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for Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society Vol. 109 Issue 3, Fall 1993
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This study of the chemical weathering of the limestone outcropping on the north shore of Lake Waccamaw indicates that the process plays an important role in neutralizing the relatively acidic source waters and maintaining the lake's high alkalinity.
Elevated levels of arsenic and lead were found downstream from a large textile plant. No apparent surface water pollution of heavy metals from either the city's wastewater treatment plant or landfill was found.
Using three marina collection sites and three open water collection sites, Byers provides evidence that significant zinc and copper bioaccumulation is occurring in certain marine invertebrates in marinas.