Surface Bottles Dec 2011 Field Data

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Surface bottle field data was collected by Robert Cerrato (RC), Jason Wolfe (JW), Nick Flanders (NF), and Alyssa Chapman (AC) on December 3, 2011. Weather was noted as partly cloudy.

Site ID Collector Time pH TDS (ppm) Cond. (uS) Temp. (C) Comments
01 NF, AC 5.20 428 851 AMD[1]
02 RC, JW 7.59 157 316 sampled below trash in water
03 dropped[2]
03A RC, JW 7.76 167 324 water cloudy and high
03C unable to get to point--road closed
04 dropped[2]
05 RC, JW 6.84 192 387 none
05A RC, JW 7.26 108 220 cloudy water
06 RC, JW 4.83 379 755 water is less red than previous samples
07 NF, AC 7.38 189 375 none
08 dropped[2]
08A NF, AC 7.23 134 266 none
09 dropped[2]
09A RC, JW 7.82 112 232 high flow
10 dropped[2]
10A RC, JW 7.60 94 187 water flowing rapidly
11 NF, AC 7.32 134 268 none
13A NF, AC 6.00 97 191 none
14 dropped[2]
14A NF, AC 6.95 94 190 none
15 RC, JW 7.85 118 236 none
16 NF, AC 3.65 527 1051 AMD[1]
16A NF, AC 4.87 366 733 AMD[1]
17 RC, JW 7.53 103 207 none
18A NF, AC 7.09 91 184 none
19 NF, AC 7.13 128 258 none
21 dropped[2]
22 RC, JW 6.62 98 197 hign flow
23 RC, JW 7.34 265 530 none
24 dropped[2]
25 RC, JW 6.18 112 222 none
Average values 6.73 186 372
See the lab results for these samples.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Sites denoted with "AMD" are affected by abandoned (or acid) mine drainage.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 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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