Superfund Research Program
The Resilience of Low-Arsenic Aquifers and their Role in Reducing Human Exposure
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Characterizing Arsenic Exposure in Public Water Supplies and Private Wells
Research Brief - August 2021
A recent NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP)-funded study revealed that while arsenic concentrations in community water systems (CWS) have decreased over time, certain populations are still vulnerable to elevated levels of arsenic.
Clay Layers May Worsen Arsenic Contamination
Research Brief - July 2020
Layers of clay are widely thought to protect groundwater aquifers from above-ground contaminants. But according to a new NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) study, these clay layers may play a role in increasing groundwater arsenic contamination.