Surface Bottles Mar 2012 Field Data

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Surface bottle field data was collected by Nick Flanders (NF), Alex Hall (AH), Alyssa Chapman (AC), and Jason Wolfe (JW) on March 3, 2012. Weather was noted as partly cloudy and windy, in the low 40s.

Site ID Collector Time pH TDS (ppm) Cond. (uS) Temp. (C) Comments
01 NF, AC 9:17 5.78 400 800 5.5 milky colored water
02 JW, AH 9:50 9.65 418 840 6.5 trash in stream
03A JW, AH 9:30 7.94 178 355 6.5 very cloudy/stagnant
03C JW, AH 9:43 8.06 208 421 7.2 cloudy
05 JW, AH 8:45 7.72 203 405 5.4 high flow
05A JW, AH 8:55 8.16 97 195 5.3 cloudy water
06 JW, AH 8:30 4.10 419 844 5.1 AMD[1]
07 NF, AC 9:03 7.77 202 404 5.2 very low water
08A NF, AC 8:54 7.74 150 299 5.9 newly established beaver dam
09A JW, AH 8:19 8.16 97 194 5.4 fast Flow
10A JW, AH 7:50 8.10 119 235 5.1 high flow
11 NF, AC 8:38 7.57 154 306 5.4 none
13A NF, AC 8:24 7.24 109 219 5.9 none
14A NF, AC 8:00 7.55 94 188 5.7 none
15 JW, AH 8:47 6.43 108 218 5.7 high flow
16 NF, AC 9:12 4.25 488 976 5.8 AMD[1]
16A NF, AC 9:24 5.08 416 830 6.2 none
17 JW, AH 8:14 7.93 115 233 5.2 high flow from culvert
18A NF, AC 8:16 7.46 103 206 5.6 none
19 NF, AC 8:35 7.34 142 285 5.2 none
22 JW, AH 10:05 8.30 391 782 6.5 high flow
23 JW, AH 10:00 8.44 90 180 5.9 high flow
25 JW, AH 9:41 8.05 106 214 5.8 none
Average values 7.34 209 419 5.7
See the lab results for these samples.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sites denoted with "AMD" are affected by abandoned (or acid) mine drainage.



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