Arsenic in groundwaters in the Northern Appalachian Mountain belt: a review of patterns and processes.

@article{Peters2008ArsenicIG,
  title={Arsenic in groundwaters in the Northern Appalachian Mountain belt: a review of patterns and processes.},
  author={Stephen C. Peters},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 1-4},
  pages={8-21}
}
Naturally occurring arsenic in the bedrock of the Northern Appalachian Mountain belt was first recognized in the late 19th century. The knowledge of the behavior of arsenic in groundwater in this region has lagged behind nearly a century, with the popular press reporting on local studies in the early 1980s, and most peer-reviewed research articles on regional patterns conducted and written in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Research reports have shown that within this high arsenic region… CONTINUE READING

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