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Rick Dinicola,
Hydrologist,
934 Broadway,
Suite 300
Tacoma, WA 98402

(dinicola@usgs.gov)
(253) 552-1603
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Fort Lewis

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Dinicola, R.S., 2005, Hydrogeology and Trichloroethene Contamination in the Sea-Level Aquifer Beneath the Logistics Center, Fort Lewis, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5035, 50 p.

Dinicola, R.S., 2005, Environmental tracer investigation of ground-water flow and TCE migration beneath Fort Lewis, Washington [abs.]: 5th Washington Hydrogeology Symposium, Tacoma, Washington, April 12-14, 2005, Program, p. 65. (PDF, 2.13 MB)

Dinicola, R.S., 2005, Environmental tracer investigation of ground-water flow and TCE migration, Fort Lewis, Washington: Presentation by the U.S. Geological Survey at the 5th Washington Hydrogeology Symposium, Tacoma, Washington, April 12-14, 2005, 15 p. (PDF, 655 KB)

Lyles, J.R., 1998, Innovative technologies join the superfund cleanup of ground water at Fort Lewis, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-082-98, 4 p.

Prych, E.A., 1999, A tracer test to estimate hydraulic conductivities and dispersivities of sediments in the shallow aquifer at the East Gate Disposal Yard, Fort Lewis, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4244, 48 p.

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