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April 10, 2009

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This is great work. I wonder if there is an example with code somewhere abouts.

Nice work John O!

Is it possible to enlarge the map so that it is more legible?
Thank you

If you visit http://eis.sfei.org/wqt the map is a live Google map, so you can scroll, enlarge and reduce it to show any detail you wish. To recreate the map I showed, use these parameters:

Test Material: Sediment
Start Year: 2002
End Year: 2007
Parameter Type: PCB
Analyte: Sum of PCBs (SFEI)

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