Surface Bottles Jun 2013 Lab Data

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See How To Read A Lab Analysis Report for more detailed information about the tables below.

Metal Concentrations

The following samples were analyzed for various metals. All results below are reported in units of parts per million (ppm). Any result that was below the instrument detection limit is designated by '<LD', and any result that was detectable but not quantifiable (e.g., lower than the limit of quantitation) is designated by 'DNQ'.

Site Ca Mg Fe Mn Al[1] Sr Pb As Hg Cr Ba Cd
01 85.2 17.2 0.83 2.502 0.204 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.024 <LD
02 33.7 4.6 0.32 0.095 0.109 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.030 <LD
03A 38.6 8.5 DNQ 0.543 0.130 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.040 <LD
05 52.6 8.1 <LD 0.063 0.128 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.038 <LD
05A 33.2 4.7 1.72 0.229 0.083 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.054 <LD
06 80.4 23.8 2.10 3.794 0.203 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.025 <LD
07 46.7 9.2 <LD 0.089 0.135 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.029 <LD
08A 29.6 5.8 0.24 0.131 0.107 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.310 <LD
09A 29.8 6.1 0.22 0.056 0.103 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.035 <LD
10A 19.7 4.8 DNQ DNQ 0.080 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.025 <LD
11 34.0 6.5 <LD 0.068 0.132 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.035 <LD
13B 24.7 7.6 0.40 0.107 0.092 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.021 <LD
14A 17.3 6.4 0.40 0.059 0.069 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.048 <LD
15 30.7 6.7 <LD DNQ 0.084 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.029 <LD
16 99.7 23.8 2.85 3.189 0.307 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.024 <LD
16A 61.3 12.5 DNQ 1.880 0.175 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.029 <LD
17 20.7 5.9 DNQ 0.187 0.073 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.020 <LD
19 27.8 6.1 DNQ 0.106 0.097 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.028 <LD
22 29.6 7.5 0.23 0.105 0.109 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.032 <LD
23 57.0 11.8 <LD 0.096 0.214 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.060 <LD
25 29.8 5.8 DNQ 0.075 0.100 <LD <LD <LD <LD 0.035 <LD
Avg: 42.0 9.2 0.93 0.704 0.130 0.046

TDS, Alkalinity, and Salt Concentrations

The following samples were analyzed for total dissolved solids (TDS), alkalinity, and various anionic salts. All results are reported in units of parts per million (ppm). Any result that was below the instrument detection limit is designated by '<LD', and any result that was detectable buy not quantifiable (e.g., lower than the limit of quantitation) is designated by 'DNQ'.

Site TDS Alk.[2] F- Cl- Br- NO3- PO43- SO42-
01 589 16.46 0.46 98.20 0.269 9.93 <LD 412.24
02 345 78.70 0.32 208.82 6.690 2.89 1.11 26.39
03A 296 74.06 0.34 110.23 0.096 7.62 <LD 65.83
05 540 65.41 0.35 86.86 0.082 5.85 <LD 120.96
05A 162 84.19 0.31 5.54 0.064 2.62 <LD 28.45
06 691 acidic[3] 0.88 58.61 0.075 1.14 <LD 592.14
07 314 73.85 0.40 78.29 0.068 0.94 <LD 92.30
08A 112 71.95 0.32 57.60 0.076 2.89 <LD 27.85
09A 195 67.94 0.31 15.68 0.067 9.04 <LD 45.08
10A 166 44.31 0.30 47.47 0.077 7.27 <LD 26.92
11 242 90.52 0.32 69.12 0.064 2.58 <LD 25.99
13B 278 42.20 0.25 99.73 0.068 9.36 <LD 37.14
14A 209 27.01 0.25 59.58 <LD 5.70 <LD 38.43
15 140 46.63 0.34 3.48 <LD 1.81 <LD 94.58
16 872 acidic 1.03 139.10 0.080 1.91 <LD 567.04
16A 466 6.96 0.39 76.82 0.089 2.99 <LD 298.44
17 189 41.78 0.36 63.18 0.091 11.67 <LD 29.27
19 229 66.68 0.30 75.11 0.073 4.22 <LD 27.62
22 210 74.69 0.31 50.08 0.070 12.14 <LD 27.03
23 278 108.24 0.33 280.65 0.108 14.22 <LD 49.14
25 186 64.99 0.28 47.62 0.070 5.59 <LD 32.98
Avg: 319 60.35 0.39 82.47 0.436 5.83 1.11 126.94
See the field data report for these samples.

Notes

  1. Samples were not analyzed for aluminum prior to June 2014.
  2. Alkalinity is reported as ppm CaCO3 equivalents.
  3. Samples labeled "acidic" for the alkalinity test were already at a pH 4.5 and could not be titrated.



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