An evaluation of selenium concentrations in water, sediment, invertebrates, and fish from the Solomon River Basin.

Abstract

The Solomon River Basin is located in north-central Kansas in an area underlain by marine geologic shales. Selenium is an indigenous constituent of these shales and is readily leached into the surrounding groundwater. Portions of the Basin are irrigated primarily through the pumping of selenium-contaminated groundwater from wells onto fields in agricultural… (More)

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@article{May2008AnEO, title={An evaluation of selenium concentrations in water, sediment, invertebrates, and fish from the Solomon River Basin.}, author={Thomas W. May and James F. Fairchild and Jim D Petty and Michael Walther and Jeff Lucero and Mike Delvaux and Jill Manring and Mike Armbruster}, journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment}, year={2008}, volume={137 1-3}, pages={213-32} }