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1. Assessment of Nitrogen Loading in the Upper Connecticut River Basin, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts [USGS_CT_NLOAD]
The primary pollutant contributing to hypoxia in Long Island Sound (LIS) is nitrogen. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission ...


2. Atmospheric Deposition of Mercury in the Boston Area [USGS_NAWQA_HG_DEP]
Atmospheric deposition has been found to be the dominant source of mercury (Hg) in New England's aquatic environment (Krabbenhoft and others, 1999; Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management ...


3. Creation of a Prototype, Web-based Connecticut River Watershed Atlas [USGS_CT_ATLAS]
During the Connecticut River Watershed Sustainability workshops held in 2004, a common message voiced by participants was the need for a centralized database of information to support assessments ...


4. National Hydrography Dataset Catchment Delineations [USGS_NHD_CATCH]
Topographically-based catchments will be delineated for all stream-reach segments of the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) within the entire conterminous United States. The NHD is a digital hydrographic ...


5. Nitrogen Transport and Attenuation in the Connecticut River Basin, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts [USGS_CT_NATTEN]
The objective of this project is to estimate the rate of nitrogen loss in selected reaches of the Connecticut River. In-stream loss of nitrogen may influence the total nitrogen loads being input to ...


6. Radon and uranium in glacial and bedrock aquifers [USGS_RADCHEM]
Uranium and 222 radon are known contaminants in the Nation's ground waters, and there are increasing concerns about their occurrence in drinking water supplies. As part of the National Water-Quality ...


7. SPARROW Model Results: Nutrient Loads and Sources for New England Watersheds [USGS_SPARROW_RES]
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), developed the New ...


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