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Agricultural Chemicals in Leary Weber Ditch Basin, Hancock County, Indiana, 2003-04

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Agricultural Chemicals in Leary Weber Ditch Basin, Hancock County, Indiana, 2003-04; 2006; DS; 214; Baker, Nancy T.; Lathrop, Timothy R.

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Leary Weber Ditch Basin, Hancock County, Indiana, is part of an Agricultural Chemicals: Source, Transport, and Fate study conducted by the National Water-Quality Assessment Program of the U.S. Geological Survey. Water-quality samples were collected in Leary Weber Ditch and in the major hydrologic compartments of the Leary Weber Ditch Basin during 2003 and 2004. Hydrologic compartments that contribute water and agricultural chemicals to Leary Weber Ditch are rain water, overland-flow water, soil water, tile-drain water, and ground water. Samples were analyzed for selected pesticides, nutrients, and major ions.

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