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National Water-Quality Assessment in Georgia—2001–2011

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The National Water-Quality Assessment NAWQA is an ongoing program by the U.S. Geological Survey to assess the Nation’s water-quality conditions and trends and to examine processes that control water quality. The NAWQA program is entering its second decade with program changes such as a decreased number of study areas and a focus on studies that provide understanding of factors that control water quality. NAWQA activities in Georgia include studies of surface- and ground-water trends, mercury bioaccumulation, drinking-source water quality, effects of urban development on streams, and effects of nutrient enrichment on streams.

2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference -

Author: Hughes, W. Brian - Berndt, Marian P. - -


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