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This data release consists of data (in four tables) for assessing the time scales of arsenic variability in three production wells in New Hampshire; tables that describe the data fields in the data tables are also included in the data release. High-frequency (every 5 to 15 minutes) and bi-monthly water-quality monitoring of a bedrock-aquifer domestic well (425651070573701), a bedrock-aquifer public-supply well (425400070545401), and a glacial-aquifer public-supply well (425311070535801) was completed between 2014 and 2018. Concentrations of arsenic and other geochemical constituents and dissolved gases, as tracers of groundwater age, were measured on a bimonthly basis; physicochemical data, including specific conductance,...
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Three wells in New Hampshire were sampled bimonthly over three years to evaluate the temporal variability of arsenic concentrations and groundwater age. All samples had measurable concentrations of arsenic throughout the entire sampling period and concentrations in individual wells varied, on average, by more than 7 µg/L. High arsenic concentrations (>10 µg/L) were measured in wells KFW-87 and SGW-93, consistent with the high pH and low dissolved oxygen typically found in bedrock wells. Lower arsenic concentrations (< 10 µg/L) at well SGW-65 were consistent with lower pH typical of the glacial aquifer. The well producing the oldest water, public bedrock well SGW-93, was not the well with the highest arsenic concentrations;...


    map background search result map search result map Data for Arsenic Variability and Groundwater Age in Three Water-Supply Wells in Southeast New Hampshire Data for Time Scales of Arsenic Variability and the Role of High-Frequency Monitoring at Three Water-Supply Wells in New Hampshire, USA Data for Arsenic Variability and Groundwater Age in Three Water-Supply Wells in Southeast New Hampshire Data for Time Scales of Arsenic Variability and the Role of High-Frequency Monitoring at Three Water-Supply Wells in New Hampshire, USA