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County map: Arsenic concentrations found in at least 25% of ground-water samples in each county

Citation--
Ryker, S.J., Nov. 2001, Mapping arsenic in groundwater: Geotimes v. 46 no. 11, p. 34-36.

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Original map (Welch and others, 2000)--
 The May 2000 county map was based on 18,850 ground-water samples, and showed arsenic concentrations found in at least 10% of samples per county. The map below is based on 31,350 ground-water samples, and shows arsenic concentrations found in at least 25% of samples per county.


Map-- Arsenic concentrations in ground water

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