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SAMPLE INFO : 09JRSCH002
Sample ID:09JRSCH002
Station ID:09JRSCH002
Latitude:57.19609
Longitude:-157.33399
Datum:NAD83
Date Sampled:2009-08-25
Sample Type 1:Water
Text Description:
Surface water sample taken. Measurements made with YSI 6600 multi-parameter sonde. Calibrated at 9am. Surface pH = 4.83, T = 11.94C

References:
Summit crater lake observations, and the location, chemistry, and pH of water samples near Mount Chiginagak volcano, Alaska: 2004-2012

GEOCHEM DATA
StationIDLatitudeLongitudeGeologistDateVisitedVolcanoEruptionLocationDescriptionTextDescriptionSample IDMaterialREFT_air_tcT_water_tcpHT_water_pHmeterT_air_pHmeterConductivityAg-catAl-catAs-catBa-catBe-catBi-catCa-catCd-catCe-catCo-catCr-catCs-catCu-catDy-catEr-catEu-catFe-catGa-catGd-catGe-catHo-catK-catLa-catLi-catLu-catMg-catMn-catMo-catNa-catNb-catNd-catNi-catP-catPb-catPr-catRb-catSb-catSc-catSe-catSiO2-catSm-catSO4-catSr-catTa-catTb-catTh-catTi-catTl-catTm-catU-catV-catW-catY-catYb-catZn-catZr-catF-aniCl-aniSO4-aniBr-aniNO3-N-aniPO4-P-ani
09JRSCH00257.19609-157.33399Schaefer, J. R. G.2009-08-25ChiginagakSouthern deep basin of Mother Goose LakeSurface water sample taken. Measurements made with YSI 6600 multi-parameter sonde. Calibrated at 9am. Surface pH = 4.83, T = 11.94C09JRSCH002Water73734.8311.9412020111.90.050.223.30.1425.9910.0730.340.20.072890.050.40.050.0691.380.892.90.15.8344628.870.21.320.90.020.050.312.030.32123.20.37975.50.050.0560.21.40.10.030.10.50.51.810.1318.80.20.6718.751.40.0470.01

SAMPLE LOCATION

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