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Nitrate and Chloride Concentrations in Groundwater beneath a Portion ofn the Trinity Group Outcrop Zone, Texas

Nitrate and Chloride Concentrations in Groundwater beneath a Portion ofn the Trinity Group Outcrop Zone, Texas

Date: 2012
Creator: Hudak, Paul F.
Description: This article discusses a study in which the authors evaluated spatial distributions of nitrate and chloride concentrations in groundwater in an area of north-central Texas with agricultural activity, in addition to oil and natural gas exploration and activity.
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Nitrate, Arsenic and Selenium Concentrations in The Pecos Valley Aquifer, West Texas, USA

Nitrate, Arsenic and Selenium Concentrations in The Pecos Valley Aquifer, West Texas, USA

Date: 2010
Creator: Hudak, Paul F.
Description: This article discusses nitrate, arsenic, and selenium concentrations in the Pecos Valley Aquifer in west Texas in the context of local geology and land use.
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Potential Hazards of Wind Energy For Rare, Tereatened, and Endangered Birds and Batsin Texas

Potential Hazards of Wind Energy For Rare, Tereatened, and Endangered Birds and Batsin Texas

Date: 2011
Creator: Graham, T. L. & Hudak, Paul F.
Description: This article discusses the potential hazards of wind energy for rare, threatened, and endangered birds and bats in Texas.
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Spatial Distribution of Solutes in Aquifer Outcrop Zones along the Brazos River, East-Central Texas

Spatial Distribution of Solutes in Aquifer Outcrop Zones along the Brazos River, East-Central Texas

Date: 2011
Creator: Hudak, Paul F.
Description: This articles discusses the spatial distribution of solutes in Aquifer outcrop zones along the Brazos River in east-central, Texas. Concentrations of several solutes - nitrate, arsenic, sulfate, boron, chloride, and bromide - along with total dissolved solids (TDS) in ten counties bordering the Brazos River in east-central, Texas were compiled, mapped, and analyzed relative to regional land use and geology.
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