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Report of the Investigation into the Presence and Influence of Lead in the Silvermines Area

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List of Maps

Map 1: 1963 Geochemical Soil Survey (Bloom Test) for Lead. (1,359Kb)

Map 2: Area of Investigation*. (709Kb)

Map 3: Geology of Silvermines Area. (921Kb)

Map 4: Historical Mining Sites. (906Kb)

Map 5: Routine Water Quality Monitoring Locations. (722Kb)

Map 6: Surface Water Quality Monitoring for Investigation. (910Kb)

Map 7: Stream Sediment Monitoring for Investigation. (909Kb)

Map 8: Tailings Sampling for Investigation. (892Kb)

Map 9: Location of Dust Monitoring Gauges. (910Kb)

Map 10: Soil Classification and grassland suitability map of the Silvermines study area. (890Kb)

Map 11: Predicted soil pH (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). (931Kb)

Map 12: Predicted concentrations for lead in soils (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). Gortmore TMF included. (841Kb)

Map 13: Predicted concentrations for lead in soils (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). Gortmore TMF excluded. (952Kb)

Map 14: Predicted concentrations for zinc in soils (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). (912Kb)

Map 15: Predicted concentrations for cadmium in soils (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). (862Kb)

Map 16: Predicted concentrations for copper in soils (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). (963Kb)

Map 17: Predicted concentrations for arsenic in soil (0 - 10 cm depth) in the study area obtained using geostatistical analysis (223 data points). (919Kb)

Map 18: Predicted concentrations for lead (a), zinc (b) (328Kb), copper (c), cadmium (d) (323Kb) in soils (0 -10 cm depth) from school play area (31 datapoints).

Map 19: Predicted concentrations for lead on herbage obtained using geostatistical analysis (119 data points). (890Kb)

Map 20: Human Blood Sampling Locations (761Kb)

Map 21: Drinking Water Sampling Sites. (726Kb)

Map 22: Fruit and Vegetable Sampling Sites. (714Kb)

Map 23: Cattle Blood Sampling Locations. (864Kb)