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by Ralph L. Seiler,Joseph P. Skorupa,David L. Naftz,B. Thomas Nolan

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Ralph L. Seiler,Joseph P. Skorupa,David L. Naftz,B. Thomas Nolan
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Professional Paper 1655. Department of the Interior (DOI), through the National Irrigation Water Quality Program (NIWQP), began a series of field investigations at 26 areas in the Western United States to determine whether irrigation drainage has had harmful effects on fish, wildlife, and humans or has reduced beneficial uses of water. In 1992 NIWQP initiated the Data Synthesis Project to evaluate data collected during the field investigations.

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Classification of National Irrigation Water Quality Program study areas by selenium content of surface water in and downstream from irrigated areas. By ralph L. thomas nolan national irrigation water quality program. geological survey professional paper 1655. Irrigation-induced contamination of water, sediment, and biota in the western United States-synthesis of data from the National Irrigation Water Quality Program, Ralph L. Seiler.

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Areas Susceptible to Irrigation-Induced Selenium Contamination of Water and Biota in the Western United States. Joseph P. Skorupa . Geological Survey; JOSEPH P. SKORUPA, . Fish and Wildlife Service; and LORRI A. PELTZ, Nature Conservancy, formerly of . Geologic and climatic data for the Western United States were evaluated and incorporated into a geographic informa-tion system (GIS) to produce a map identifying areas suscep-tible to irrigation-induced selenium contamination.

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