Mamont 1 Jun 2015 Field Data

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Mamont 1 Pad field data was collected by Brian Okey (BO), Gregg Mirth (GM), and Stephanie Walters (SW) on June 26, 2015. Weather was noted as partly cloudy.

Site ID Collector Time pH TDS (ppm) Cond. (uS) Temp. (C) Comments
S-02 BO, GM, SW 13:16 7.40 90 187 17.8 sampled upstream side of culvert, reservoir backed up
S-03 BO, GM, SW 13:27 7.53 134 270 11.2 barely flowing
S-04 BO, GM, SW 13:23 7.51 131 268 13.8 barely flowing
S-05 BO, GM, SW 14:17 7.28 113 226 15.9 relatively high flow
S-06 BO, GM, SW 14:19 7.21 39 79 17.2 moderately high flow
S-07 BO, GM, SW 14:13 7.41 52 126 16.5 high flow
S-08 BO, GM, SW 13:32 7.49 62 126 17.9 high flow
S-09 BO, GM, SW 13:30 7.45 61 123 17.1 high flow
S-10 BO, GM, SW 13:42 7.39 88 178 16.6 low flow
S-11 BO, GM, SW 13:54 7.39 73 150 10.4 high flow
S-13 BO, GM, SW 12:58 7.47 79 162 18.1 moderate flow
S-14 BO, GM, SW 12:56 7.51 63 127 17.9 high flow
S-15 BO, GM, SW 13:03 7.55 65 130 17.6 moderately high flow
S-16 BO, GM, SW dropped[1]
S-17 BO, GM, SW 12:46 7.54 67 135 17.6 high flow out of culvert
S-19 BO, GM, SW 12:33 7.74 53 108 17.3 high flow out of culvert
S-20 BO, GM, SW 14:28 7.01 88 174 17.1 medium flow
S-21 BO, GM, SW 13:44 7.29 97 196 12.8 new point; flow out of hill above S-10, noticed last march
Average values 7.42 80 163 16.0

Notes

  1. A site denoted by "dropped" means that this sampling point will no longer be visited for field or lab data collection. Reasons for dropping a sampling point may include: redundancy with other sites; site is no longer accessible; land use changes may have removed the site (e.g., new road, culvert, etc.). This site will not appear in future data reports unless reactivated.



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