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Environmental Health - Toxic Substances

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Methods

Field and laboratory environmental measurement methods

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Toxic Substances Hydrology Program develops field methods to measure a wide range of environmental properties, and develops approaches and protocols used to assess or characterize contamination.

The Program also develops laboratory analytical methods to measure a wide variety of chemicals in environmental media.

USGS scientists attaching steel pipe to the BAT3 at the USGS's Leetown Science Center, WV. The pipe is used to lower the BAT3 into a well prior to operating the BAT3
USGS scientists attaching steel pipe to the BAT3 at the USGS's Leetown Science Center, WV. The pipe is used to lower the BAT3 into a well prior to operating the BAT3 -- from the BAT3 Photo Gallery/afs/.usgs.gov/www/toxics/htdocs/photo_gallery/benthic_flux.html -- from the Benthic Flux of Dissolved Metals Photo Gallery

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