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Twenty-five volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were detected in water samples from 46 percent of wells in the Connecticut, Housatonic, and Thames River Basins NAWQA study area collected from July 1993 through September 1995. VOCs were detected in shallow monitoring wells (48 percent) screened in surficial aquifers and deeper, domestic-and institutional-supply wells (37 percent) completed in fractured bedrock. The gasoline additive MTBE was the most commonly detected VOC, followed by chloroformdoi:10.3133/fs02997 fatcat:3qbgahfhqzfarj2panpikkb5ym