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This companion resource to a published Water Resources Research paper contains the following hydrogeologic data: (i) 33 borehole data used to generate a 3D lithostratigraphic model (Figure S5); (ii) average hydraulic head data used for a groundwater flow model calibration (Figure S7); (iii) long-term barometric pressure corrected head data retrieved from pressure transducers (Figure S13c); (iv) arsenic time-series measurements for a subset of wells (Figure 6); and (iv) dissolved arsenic, methane, tritium, and sediment reflectance data displayed in Figure 12. All figures in the paper were generated using the open source programming language of R. An example R script to reproduce Figure 12 is provided.
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|This resource is described by||Mozumder, M.R.H., Michael, H.A., Mihajlov, I., Khan, M.R., Knappett, P.S.K., Bostick, B.C., Mailloux, B.J., Ahmed, K.M., Choudhury, I., Koffman, T., Ellis, T., Whaley‐ Martin, K., Pedro, R.S., Slater, G., Stute, M., Schlosser, P., Geen, A. van, 2020. Origin of groundwater arsenic in a rural Pleistocene aquifer in Bangladesh depressurized by distal municipal pumping. Water Resources Research, e2020WR027178. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR027178|
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
|Agency Name||Award Title||Award Number|
|National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences||Superfund Research Program grant||P42 ES010349|
|National Science Foundation||ICER1414131|
People or Organizations that contributed technically, materially, financially, or provided general support for the creation of the resource's content but are not considered authors.
|Alexander van Geen||Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia Univ.|
|Holly Michael||University of Delaware|
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