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Lead Isotopes Used To Track Harmful Exposure to Coal Ash

News   Oct 23, 2019 | Original story from Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment.

 
Lead Isotopes Used To Track Harmful Exposure to Coal Ash

More than a billion gallons of coal ash was released into local soils, sediments and surface waters in eastern Tennessee following a spill at a Tennessee Valley Authority power plant in 2008. Credit: Duke University.

 
 
 

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