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Water Quality in the WSU Woods Stream, Year 3

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Leedy presents on a project from the class CHM 4020/6020 Advanced Environmental Chemistry & Analysis. Wright State University water source received a notice of violation from Ohio EPA in 2013 for access chloride in the drinking water well. The contamination was attributed to an old salt barn upstream from the well. This contamination shows up as background contamination in the purified water used in analytical chemistry labs. The advanced environmental chemistry analysis course has partnered with Wright State University, Environmental Health and Safety to monitor water quality in the stream on campus. The water quality measurements of the class began three years ago and fall 2018.

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Water Quality in the WSU Woods Stream, Year 3

Leedy presents on a project from the class CHM 4020/6020 Advanced Environmental Chemistry & Analysis. Wright State University water source received a notice of violation from Ohio EPA in 2013 for access chloride in the drinking water well. The contamination was attributed to an old salt barn upstream from the well. This contamination shows up as background contamination in the purified water used in analytical chemistry labs. The advanced environmental chemistry analysis course has partnered with Wright State University, Environmental Health and Safety to monitor water quality in the stream on campus. The water quality measurements of the class began three years ago and fall 2018.