Zimmerman, Noblet, and Shea publish article on PFAS Contamination in Maine Policy Review

School of Economics (SOE) Graduate Student Charity Zimmerman, Associate Professor Dr. Caroline L. Noblet, and undergraduate student Molly Shea recently published an article about addressing PFAS contamination in the Maine Policy Review. Their article, Forever Chemicals Needing Immediate Solutions: Mainers’ Preferences for Addressing PFAS Contamination, analyzes data from a survey of Maine citizens to assess Maine residents’ baseline knowledge of PFAS contamination and their preferences for generation and allocation of funds to address PFAS contamination in Maine. The survey was partially funded by USGS 104b/g grants.

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