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1  Fate of Arsenic in the Mahomet Aquifer: The Influence of Added Sulfate and Nitrate  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Sanford, Robert, Theodore Flynn, Thomas Holm, Walton Kelly, 2009 ISWS CR 2009-01 
2  Field Testing and Modeling of the Fenton-Filtration Process for Arsenic Removal  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Holm, Thomas R., Gary R. Peyton, Steven D. Wilson, 2008 ISWS CR 2008-08 
3  Chemical Oxidation for Arsenic Removal.  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Holm, Thomas R., Steve D. Wilson, 2006 ISWS CR 2006-10 
4  Development of Low Cost Treatment Options for Arsenic Removal in Water Treatment Facilities.  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Peyton, Gary R.,Thomas R. Holm, John Shim, 2006 ISWS CR 2006-09 
5  Demonstration of Low-cost Arsenic Removal from a Variety of Illinois Drinking Waters.  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Peyton, Gary R., Thomas R. Holm, John Shim, 2006 ISWS CR 2006-08 
6  Temporal Variability of Arsenic in Municipal Well Water.  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Holm, Thomas R., Steven D. Wilson, Walton R. Kelly, 2006 ISWS CR 2006-07 
7  Ground-water Quality in the Mahomet Aquifer, McLean, Logan, and Tazewell Counties  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Holm, Thomas R., 1995 ISWS CR-579 

Miscellaneous Publications

8  Arsenic in Groundwater in the Tolono Region  Abstract Available  Full Text Available
Kelly, Walt, Tom Holm, 2011 ISWS MP-196 

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