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  1. Johnston, R.H., and Van Driel, J.N., 1978, Susceptibility of Coastal Plain aquifers to contamination, Fairfax County, Virginia-A computer composite map: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-265, 1 pl., scale 1:48,000. OUT OF STOCK.
  2. Nelms, D.L., and Richardson, D.L., 1988, Geographic information system for the analysis of volatile organic contamination in the Triassic basin of Prince William County, Virginia [abs.], in Briefing papers of the Virginia Waters-Current Developments, 1988 Water Resources Research Forum, Richmond, Va., 1988, p. 22.
  3. Nelms, D.L., and Richardson, D.L., 1988, Geographic information system for the assessment of contamination by volatile organic compounds in the Triassic basin of Prince William County, Virginia [abs.]: U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Northeastern Region, Ground-Water Flow and Quality Conference, Niagara Falls, N.Y., 1988, p. 41.
  4. Powell, J.D., Wright, W.G., Nelms, D.L., and Ahlin, R.J., 1990, Ground-water contamination and movement at the Defense General Supply Center, Richmond, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4113, 36 p. Abstract.
  5. Powell, J.D., Wright, W.G., Nelms, D.L., and Ahlin, R.J., 1990, Vertical and horizontal distribution of volatile organic contamination in a multi-aquifer system [abs.]: USA/USSR Joint Conference on Environment Hydrology, Leningrad, USSR, 1990, 1 p.
  6. Richardson, D.L., and Nelms, D.L., 1988, Geographic information system for the assessment of contamination by volatile organic compounds in the Triassic basin of Prince William County, Virginia [abs.]: National Academy of Sciences, U.S. Geological Survey, and Association of American State Geologists, GIS Symposium: Integrating Technology and Geoscience Applications, Denver, Colorado, September 26-30, 1988, p. 137.
  7. Richardson, D.L., and Nelms, D.L., 1989, Geographic information system for the assessment of contamination by volatile organic compounds in the Triassic basin of Prince William County, Virginia [abs.]: National Academy of Sciences, U.S. Geological Survey, and the Association of American State Geologists, Geographic Information System Symposium-Integrating Technology and Geoscience Applications, Denver, Colo., 1988, p. 137.
  8. Stoeckel, D.M., Mathes, M.V., Hyer, K.E., Hagedorn, Charles, Kator, Howard, Lukasik, Jerzy, O'Brien, T.L., Fenger, T.W., Samadpour, Mansour, Strickler, K. M., and Wiggins, B.A., 2004, Comparison of seven protocols to identify fecal contamination sources using Escherichia coli : Environmental Science and Technology, v. 38, no. 22, p. 6109-6117
  9. Wright, W.G., Powell, J.D., and Nelms, D.L., 1991, Monitor-well installation and investigation for volatile organics contamination in multilayered Coastal Plain aquifer system of Virginia [abs.], in Childress, C.J. Oblinger, and Vince, C.C., compilers, Abstracts from the technical sessions of the first U.S. Geological Survey water-quality workshop, Northeastern Region, Skyland, Virginia, March 31 - April 3, 1986: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-225, p. 31-32.
  10. Wright, W.G., and Powell, J.D., 1990, Assessment of ground-water contamination from a leaking underground storage tank at a Defense General Supply Center near Richmond, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4091, 38 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  11. Wright, W.G., and Powell, J.D., 1990, Preliminary investigation of soil and ground-water contamination at the U.S. Army Petroleum Training Facility, Fort Lee, Virginia, September-October 1989: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 90-387, 28 p. OUT OF STOCK.