Fall Creek Monitoring Station: Highly Resolved Temporal Sampling to Prioritize the Identification of Nontarget Micropollutants in a Small Stream

Fall Creek Monitoring Station: Highly Resolved Temporal Sampling to Prioritize the Identification of Nontarget Micropollutants in a Small Stream

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Carpenter, C., Wong, L., Johnson, C. A., Helbling, D. E. 2019. Fall Creek Monitoring Station: Highly Resolved Temporal Sampling to Prioritize the Identification of Nontarget Micropollutants in a Small Stream. Environmental Science & Technology. ACS Publications, Washington, DC. 53

Creek, Monitoring, Streams, Water quality, Sample collection, Prioritization, Sampling

This study aimed to characterize the occurrence and movement of both target and nontarget micropollutants in a small stream in Ithaca, NY (USA). Fall Creek was monitored and samples were collected for one year; samples were analyzed to detect over 160 different micropollutants.

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