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A thick sequence (45+ m) of Cretaceous age Potomac Group sediments unconformably overlain by Quaternary Trenton Gravel and Alluvial silts and clays was investigated as part of the planning for and construction of a new 1525-m-long (5000-ft) runway (Runway 8–26) at the Philadelphia International Airport. This runway was constructed over a deleted but deed-restricted U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site, the Enterprise Avenue Landfill. This sedimentary sequence contains three discrete aquifer units, several of which are included within the recharge zone of the federally designated New Jersey Coastal Plain Sole Source Aquifer. This paper presents an overview of the...

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