Ground water chlorinated ethenes in tree trunks: case studies, influence of recharge, and potential degradation mechanism.

TitleGround water chlorinated ethenes in tree trunks: case studies, influence of recharge, and potential degradation mechanism.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsVroblesky, DA, Clinton, BD, Vose, JM, Clifton, CC, Harvey, GJ, Bradley, PM
JournalGround Water Monitoring & Remediation
Volume24
Issue3
Pagination124-138
Accession NumberLTER.2004-80324
KeywordsCWT
Abstract

Trichloroethene (TCE) was detected in cores of trees growing above TCE-contaminated ground at three sites: the Carswell Golf Course in Texas, Air Force Plant PJKS in Colorado, and Naval Weapons Station Charleston in South Carolina. This was true even when the depth to water was 7.9 m or when the contaminated aquifer was confined beneath ~3 m of clay. Additional ground water contaminants detected in the tree cores were cis

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