Geochemical characterization of groundwater discharging from springs north of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2009–2016

@inproceedings{Beisner2017GeochemicalCO,
  title={Geochemical characterization of groundwater discharging from springs north of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2009–2016},
  author={Kimberly R. Beisner and Fred D. Tillman and Jessica R. Anderson and Ronald C. Antweiler and Donald J. Bills},
  year={2017}
}
A geochemical study was conducted on 37 springs discharging from the Toroweap Formation, Coconino Sandstone, Hermit Formation, Supai Group, and Redwall Limestone north of the Grand Canyon near areas of breccia-pipe uranium mining. Baseline concentrations were established for the elements As, B, Li, Se, SiO2, Sr, Tl, U, and V. Three springs exceeded U.S. Environmental Protection Agency drinking water standards: Fence Spring for arsenic, Pigeon Spring for selenium and uranium, and Willow (Hack… CONTINUE READING

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