Identification of nitrate sources contributing to ground water in the Indian Hills area of Douglas County, Nevada
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GroundWater Chemistry and Implications as to Nitrate Sources
Summary and Conclusions
adjacent to alfalfa alfalfa fields irrigated ammonia anthropogenic compounds area of Douglas background samples caffeine Carson Range Carson River Carson Valley centrations CFC's characteristics of ground Chemical characteristics chemical constituents chlorofluorocarbons concen Concentration of nitrate contained continued pumping dissolved organic carbon dissolved solids domestic-sewage effluent Douglas County drinking-water standard effluent in Indian elevated ground water high CFC concentrations high nitrate Hills residential area identify nitrate sources IHGID Indian Hills area Indian Hills residential indicate initial sample Ions isotopes of nitrate isotopic values livestock wastes major-ion Maurer MBAS mg/L nitrate milligrams per liter minor-ion natural-soil organic matter Nevada Nitrate and Water nitrate in ground nitrogen-15 nutrient concentrations permil ples ponds site 15 pumping season recharge residential area sites samples collected samples from sites Seiler septic systems sewage effluent sewage-effluent ponds shallow sources of nitrate specific-conductance values study area synthetic fertilizer tions trace-element U.S. Geological Survey water samples