Loads and yields of deicing compounds and total phosphorus in the Cambridge drinking-water source area, Massachusetts, water years 2009–15

@article{Smith2017LoadsAY,
  title={Loads and yields of deicing compounds and total phosphorus in the Cambridge drinking-water source area, Massachusetts, water years 2009–15},
  author={Kirk P. Smith},
  journal={Scientific Investigations Report},
  year={2017}
}
  • Kirk P. Smith
  • Published 2017
  • Environmental Science
  • Scientific Investigations Report
  • The source water area for the drinking-water supply of the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, encompasses major transportation corridors, as well as large areas of light industrial, commercial, and residential land use. Because of the large amount of roadway in the drinking-water source area, the Cambridge water supply is affected by the usage of deicing compounds and by other constituents that are flushed from such impervious areas. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has monitored surface-water… CONTINUE READING

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