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Environmental Health - Toxic Substances

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The Toxic Substances Hydrology Program conducts research on three categories of contamination issues:

Subsurface Point-Source Contamination

Contaminated Site Management and Remediation

Watershed- and Regional-Scale Contamination

Other Fundamental Research and Methods Development

     
Map of Toxics Program Study Sites
Locations of Toxics Program Investigations
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Salt scar area below the brine pit at Site B's active tank battery. The salt scar had been remediated and revegetated in November 1999; however, most of the grasses have since died and erosion has started again. Skiatook Lake, Okla., can be seen in the background
Salt scar area below the brine pit at Site B's active tank battery. The salt scar had been remediated and revegetated in November 1999; however, most of the grasses have since died and erosion has started again. Skiatook Lake, Okla., can be seen in the background -- from the Osage-Skiatook Petroleum Environmental Research Project

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