Ground water pumping can raise arsenic levels in irrigation and drinking water, study says

Science Daily
June 06, 2018
By Science Daily
Stanford, CA – A new study from Stanford University indicates pumping an aquifer to the last drop can unlock dangerous arsenic from buried clays and shows how sinking land can provide an early warning and measure of contamination. Science Daily reports. | READ MORE

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