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Dissolved arsenic in the Kern Fan, San Joaquin Valley, California; naturally occurring or anthropogenic?



Dissolved arsenic in the Kern Fan, San Joaquin Valley, California; naturally occurring or anthropogenic?



Environmental Geosciences 3(3): 143-153




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