Table Wq04: Selected water quality data for gage station #07057750
|Temperature (°F) (cold water fishery)||68.0 Max||42.8-72.5|
|Oxygen, dissolved (mg/L) (cold water fishery)||6.0 Min||5.7-14.4|
|Coliform, fecal (colonies / 100 ml)||200||3.0-3200|
|Streptococci, fecal (colonies / 100 ml)||N/A|
|Alkalinity1 (mg/L as CaCO3)||N/A|
|Hardness (mg/L as CaCO3)||N/A|
|Total Ammonia (mg/l as NH3)||0.1-32.12||<0.01-0.07|
|Phosophorus, Total3 (mg/L as P)||<1.0-13.0|
|Manganese, dissolved (ug/L as Mn)|
|Fluoride, dissolved (mg/L as F)||4||<0.1|
|Iron, dissolved (ug/L as Fe)||1000||<3.0-60.|
I Protection of aquatic life
V Livestock and Wildlife Watering
VI Whole-body-contact recreation
k Non-ideal count of colonies (too large a sample, colonies merged)
N/A Not Available
1 State standard for alkalinity currently unavailable. The Environmental Protection Agency currently recommends a minimum of 20.0 mg/L (USEPA 1999).
2 Based on maximum chronic and acute standards for cold-water fishery. Levels are pH and temperature dependent. The maximum acute value at 4° C and pH of 6.6 is 32.1 mg/l. The maximum acute value at 30° C and pH of 9.0 is 0.6 mg/l. The maximum chronic value at 4° C and pH of 6.6 is 2.4 mg/l. The maximum chronic value at 30° C and pH of 9.0 is 0.1 mg/l. For specific criteria at varying pH and temperatures consult Table B of the Rules of the Department of Natural Resources Division 20-Clean Water Commission Chapter 7- Water Quality.
3 State standard for phosphorus is currently unavailable. The Environmental Protection Agency currently recommends a maximum of 0.1mg/L for rivers (Christensen and Pope 1997).