Domestic well water quality within tribal lands of eastern Nebraska

@article{McGinnis2001DomesticWW,
  title={Domestic well water quality within tribal lands of eastern Nebraska},
  author={Shelley R. McGinnis and R. Davis},
  journal={Environmental Geology},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={321-329}
}
Abstract. Recent surveys of Native Americans suggest that individuals living on reservations may be at greater environmental/health risk than the population at large due to water-quality problems. Despite these surveys, no comprehensive study of environmental conditions within Native American lands as a whole has been undertaken. This study compares water-quality data from two reservations in eastern Nebraska, the Omaha and the Santee Sioux Reservations, with existing regional, state, and… 
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