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Proceedings of the Fourth National Ground Water Quality Symposium, September 20-22, 1978, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Published Date:
    1979
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Proceedings of the Fourth National Ground Water Quality Symposium, September 20-22, 1978, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory ; United States, National Technical Information Service ; National Water Well Association
  • Conference Authors:
    National Ground Water Quality Symposium 1978 : Minneapolis, Minn.)
  • Funding:
    Funding: Supported by the National Water Well Association under the sponsorship of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; grant number: R-805747;
  • Series:
    Research reporting series 7 Interagency energy-environment research and development
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  • Description:
    The Symposium was dedicated to the late George Burke Maxey and the keynote address was givern by Courney Riordan ... A debate format on "The issues of our time" featured national authorities presenting neutral, pro, and con views followed by audience reaction, and addressed nin topics: * Ground water pollution--an imminent disaster or limited problem; * Ground water quality standards--necessary or irrelevant; * Land application of waste--an important future alternative or an accident waiting to happen; * The federal ground water protection program--today's hope or tomorrow's undoing; * State ground water protection programs--adequate or inadequate; * The 208 planning approach to ground water protection--a terrible joke or a foot in the door; * Controlled degradation and/or protection zones--sense or nonsence; *Ground water models--practical tools or intellectual toys; * water borne disease--a current threat or a thing of the past."--Page iv.

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