Kathy Pierson

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A series of arsenic poisonings near Granite Falls in Snohomish County, Washington, were identified during 1985-87. An initial investigation revealed the source of arsenic exposure to be high levels of arsenic in well water. A large number of wells in eastern Snohomish County were tested, residents were interviewed and sources of contamination, both natural(More)
A 23-year-old road built with MSWI residue (mix of fly and bottom ashes) was investigated through the environmental assessment of the residue, soils (adjacent to and underlying the road) and seepage waters. The pH and ANC(4.3) of the material indicate a low carbonation and a high alkaline stock. The material leaches few trace elements. The underlying road(More)
The Technical Report Interchange project is a cooperative experimental effort between to allow for the integration of technical reports. This is accomplished using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) and having each site cache the metadata from the other participating sites. Each site also implements additional software(More)
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