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Use the water table elevations and analyses of contamination to determine which areas are contaminated and from where such contamination most likely came.


Table 2. Elevations of the Water Table and Concentrations of Contamination N
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— This table shows water-table elevations in meters and concentrations of contamination in
milligrams per liter (mg/L) for each of the lettered wells, and the concentration of
contamination in samples from four springs and eight river segments. The location of each
sample site is marked on the figure.

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