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This page enables the user to search for and view annotated references dealing with the Woburn Toxic Trial and its aftermath, the Woburn Wells G & H Superfund Site, and teaching with 'A Civil Action'. The references include journal articles, master's theses and Ph.D. dissertations, and state and federal reports.


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Water resources and aquifer yields in the Charles River basin part of SERC Print Resource Collection
A regional U.S. Geological Survey report and data pertaining to the glacial aquifers in the Charles River basin, including the Aberjona River area in Woburn.

Topics: Woburn:Water Supply, Hydrogeology

History of toxic metal discharge to surface waters of the Aberjona watershed part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Interesting article concerning the movement of toxic heavy metals within waters in the Aberjona River basin.

Topics: Pollution Sources, Woburn:Wells G and H Superfund Site, Hydrogeology

Speciation and fate of arsenic in three lakes of the Aberjona watershed part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Technical article describing research on the types of arsenic and their fates found in lakes within the Aberjona River watershed. Nice article for geochemists and those interested in it.

Topics: Pollution Sources, Woburn:Wells G and H Superfund Site, Hydrogeology:Field Data, Health/Cancer Studies

Pollution survey of the Aberjona River, 1921 to 1922 part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Detailed photographic survey with annotated captions of pollution sources along the Aberjona River. Pictures include tanneries, piggeries, chemical manufacturers, and conditions of the riverbed and ...

Topics: Pollution Sources, Woburn:Water Supply, Hydrogeology, :Field Data

Groundwater transport of arsenic and chromium at a historical tannery, Woburn, Massachusetts, U.S.A. part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Professional article regarding the geochemistry of arsenic and chromium transport at an historic tannery in the Aberjona River watershed.

Topics: Pollution Sources, Woburn:Water Supply, Health/Cancer Studies, Hydrogeology:Field Data

Verification, validation, and confirmation of numerical models in earth sciences part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Philosophic discussion of the use, misuse, and misunderstanding of modeling terms that lend credibility to models and results. Very interesting article with wonderful insight and suggestions.

Topics: Hydrogeology:Computer Modeling, Legal System, People:Experts

Groundwater modeling and litigation part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Insightful book chapter dealing with the presentation of expert testimony dealing with computer models and some of the weaknesses present in all models and exploited in cross examination.

Topics: Hydrogeology:Computer Modeling, Legal System:Expert Testimony, People:Experts

Groundwater Modeling of the Aberjona Basin part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Master's thesis from MIT on the groundwater flow system of the entire Aberjona River watershed. The area near Woburn wells G and H is a small region within this computer model.

Topics: Hydrogeology

Hydrogeology and simulation of ground-water flow at Superfund-site Wells G and H, Woburn, Massachusetts part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Steady-state, two-layer MODFLOW model of the groundwater flow system at wells G and H in Woburn, Massachusetts, based on work performed for USEPA. Model is calibrated to water levels measured in ...

Topics: Hydrogeology:Computer Modeling

Wells G and H site, central area remedial investigation, phase IA report part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Evaluation of contamination in the 'Central Area' along the Aberjona River that is not owned by any of the 5 known PRPs.

Topics: Pollution Sources, Woburn:Wells G and H Superfund Site, Hydrogeology

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