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TRICHLOROETHYLENE in Edible Fruit Growing Above Shallow Groundwater Plumes: field survey results
Phytoremediation
  • Bill Doucette, Utah State University
  • Julie K. Chard, Utah State University
  • Brandon Chard, Utah State University
  • Coreen Crouch, Utah State University
  • Bruce Bugbee, Utah State University
  • K. Gorder, Hill Air Force Base, UT
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
1-1-2003
Disciplines
Abstract

Potential factors impacting tree and fruit concentrations include the above ground variables of tree type, tree age/size, irrigation patterns, time of season and number of fruit and the below ground variables of TCE groundwater concentration, depth to groundwater, TCE soil and soil gas concentration, soil type and fraction of groundwater used.

Citation Information
Bill Doucette, Julie K. Chard, Brandon Chard, Coreen Crouch, et al.. "TRICHLOROETHYLENE in Edible Fruit Growing Above Shallow Groundwater Plumes: field survey results" (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bill-doucette/44/