Selenium: It's Not Just in California

by Jonathan P. Deason, Natl Irrigation Drainage Program, Washington, DC, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Steel Structures


The U. S. Department of the Interior has embarked on a series of reconnaissance level investigations throughout the western states to identify and assess potential irrigation-induced water quality problems. A series of water, sediment, and biological samples are being analyzed for selenium and 16 other trace elements, as well as a number of pesticides. Nine studies in seven states are underway currently and 10 additional locations for study have been identified.

Subject Headings: Selenium | Water quality | Water pollution | Field tests | Irrigation water | Irrigation | Drainage | Quality control | United States | California

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