2002 journal article

MTBE and aromatic hydrocarbons in North Carolina stormwater runoff


By: R. Borden n, D. Black n & K. McBlief n

author keywords: MTBE; BTEX; stormwater; runoff; oxygenates
MeSH headings : Carcinogens / analysis; Environmental Monitoring; Guidelines as Topic; Hydrocarbons, Aromatic / analysis; Methyl Ethers / analysis; North Carolina; Rain; Seasons; Water Movements; Water Supply
TL;DR: A total of 249 stormwater samples were collected from 46 different sampling locations in North Carolina and analyzed to identify land use types where fuel oxygenates and aromatic hydrocarbons may be present in higher concentrations and at greater frequency. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
6. Clean Water and Sanitation (OpenAlex)
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