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Report: Contamination of Well Water, Nanoose Area

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Groundwater investigation to assess possible source of reported ammonia nitrogen and phosphorous levels in Beachcomber Water System wells, Nanoose area, August 1980. Includes background, topography, geologic setting, groundwater conditions, chemical analysis, sources of nitrogen and phosphorous, recommendations, site maps, geologic cross-sections, tabulated well records, site photographs, Groundwater Hydrology Section, 16 pages, NTS Map 092F08

Author:  Kohut, A.P.

Old Reference Number:  38000-40/092F/08-15

Old Reference System:  ORCS

Date Published:  Aug 1980

Report ID:  5231

Audience:  Government and Public

This memorandum outlines the nature of the water quality problem, hydrogeologic conditions of the area, suggests possible sources for the nitrogen and phosphorous levels and makes recommendations for further investigations and monitoring.

Report Type
  Region - Vancouver Island
  Water Information - Groundwater
  Water Information - Water Quality

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