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Map of Toxics Program Study Sites
Locations of Toxics Program Subsurface Point-Source Contamination Investigations
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A view of a mudstone of the Lockatong Formation, showing bedding (dipping gently to the left of the picture), bedding-plane parting fractures, and strata bound vertical jointing (rock face just to left of the hammer). Fractures such as these control the transport of trichloroethylene (TCE) at the site
A view of a mudstone of the Lockatong Formation, showing bedding (dipping gently to the left of the picture), bedding-plane parting fractures, and strata bound vertical jointing (rock face just to left of the hammer). Fractures such as these control the transport of trichloroethylene (TCE) at the site -- from the Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) Research Site

The Toxics Program conducts intensive field investigations to study common classes of subsurface point-source contamination. (more information)

Contamination in Fractured-Rock Aquifers

Petroleum Related Contamination (including crude oil, gasoline and produced water)

Chlorinated Solvents Contamination

Contamination from Sources with Mixed Wastes (including landfills and wastewater discharge)

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