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Three hundred million people worldwide are at risk of irreversible crippling disorders, internal cancers, and early mortality due to consumption of groundwater containing naturally occurring ("geogenic") arsenic and fluoride. In recent years, there has been increasing public interest to appropriately manage and protect high-quality groundwater aquifers for drinking water and irrigation in drought-stricken regions (e.g., Western U.S., India, etc.). Our project aims to map the co-occurrence of multiple contaminants since most maps currently focus on an individual contaminant.

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Cherukumilli, K., R. Khattar, K. McGee, T. Weiss, Zhen, A. E. Jones (2019). whw2019_Mapping_Groundwater_Contaminants, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/8c245acb6eaa4a319552f0be3106af95

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