Mamont 1 Sep 2015 Field Data

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Mamont 1 Pad field data was collected by Brian Okey (BO), Nathan Harpster (NH), and Shelagh Jackson (SJ) on September 19, 2015. Weather was noted as partly cloudy.

Site ID Collector Time pH TDS (ppm) Cond. (uS) Temp. (C) Comments
S-02 BO, NH, SJ 10:44 7.95 226 452 18.6 low flow
S-03 BO, NH, SJ 10:52 8.15 208 415 15.4 very low flow
S-04 BO, NH, SJ 10:55 7.97 210 423 18.1 dry along road, very small seep, trickle into reservoir
S-05 BO, NH, SJ 11:40 dry[1]
S-06 BO, NH, SJ 11:36 dry[1]
S-07 BO, NH, SJ 11:44 dry[1]
S-08 BO, NH, SJ 11:00 dry[1]
S-09 BO, NH, SJ 10:59 dry[1]
S-10 BO, NH, SJ 11:07 7.71 181 352 21.1 very low, no flow to reservoir
S-11 BO, NH, SJ 11:14 7.85 168 333 17.5 sampled in spring house, no flow to reservoir
S-13 BO, NH, SJ 10:23 dry[1]
S-14 BO, NH, SJ 10:24 7.89 136 275 18.9 low flow
S-15 BO, NH, SJ 10:24 7.88 140 279 18.9 low flow
S-16 BO, NH, SJ 10:20 7.83 146 290 18.4 low flow, (done by mistake, previously dropped)
S-17 BO, NH, SJ 10:14 7.48 160 319 18.6 low flow
S-19 BO, NH, SJ 12:21 7.92 98 196 20.9 low flow
S-20 BO, NH, SJ 12:03 7.86 130 262 19.6 sampled 25 ft. down from ribbon
S-21 BO, NH, SJ 11:06 dry[1]
Average values 7.86 164 327 18.7

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Site denoted as "dry" indicates an active sampling site that has little or no water present for field measurements.



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