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Brine Contamination to Plains and Potholes Environments from Energy Development in the Williston Basin

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Todd Preston tests the specific conductance of contaminated groundwater inflow.
Birds at West Goose lake eating brine shrimp.
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In this image: Todd Preston, Rick Sojda, Robert Gleason, and Karen Nelson.
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