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BENEATH THE BOTTOM LINE: AGRICULTURAL APPROACHES TO REDUCE
AGRICHFATCAL CONTAMINATION OF GROUNDWATER
Volume II-Contract Papers
Part A: The Federal Role
1. Federal Agencies and the Pursuit of Groundwater Protection - Terry L. Nipp
2. The Federal Role in Reducing Agrichemical Contamination of Groundwater:
Appendices A-I - Laura A. Dye
These contractor documents were prepared for the Office of Technology Assessment
(OTA) assessment entitled line: At A achs to Redu
Aarichemical Contamination of Groundwater. OTA-F-48 (Washington DC: U.S.
Government Printing Office, November 1990). They are being made available because
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