The LEHR site in Davis, seen in 1976, once performed radiation research on animals. Wells there are showing rising levels of chromium-6, which was not part of the research.
The LEHR site in Davis, seen in 1976, once performed radiation research on animals. Wells there are showing rising levels of chromium-6, which was not part of the research. UC Davis
The LEHR site in Davis, seen in 1976, once performed radiation research on animals. Wells there are showing rising levels of chromium-6, which was not part of the research. UC Davis

Toxic metal levels rise on UC Davis property – scientists confounded

May 30, 2015 3:57 PM

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