Nitrate

Nitrate is a form of the nutrient nitrogen. Although nutrients are natural and important parts of an aquatic ecosystem, excess nutrients can negatively impact water quality. High concentrations of nutrients can fuel a rapid growth, or bloom, of algae, which can impact what quality by depleting oxygen from the water column.


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Nitrate is a form of the nutrient nitrogen. Although nutrients are natural and important parts of an aquatic ecosystem, excess nutrients can negatively impact water quality. High concentrations of nutrients can fuel a rapid growth, or bloom, of algae, which can impact what quality by depleting oxygen from the water column.

Nitrate value

4.4mg/L

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SWS-01 - 4.4 mg/L
SWS-02 - 1 mg/L
SWS-03 - 0 mg/L
SWS-05 - 0 mg/L
SWS-06 - N/A mg/L
SWS-07 - N/A mg/L
SWS-09 - 0 mg/L
SWS-10 - N/A mg/L
SWS-11 - N/A mg/L
SWS-13 - N/A mg/L
SWS-14 - 0 mg/L
SWS-15 - N/A mg/L
SWS-16 - 4.4 mg/L
SWS-17 - 1 mg/L
SWS-21 - N/A mg/L
BR-01 - N/A mg/L
BR-03 - N/A mg/L
BR-05 - N/A mg/L

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air temperature - 14.4 ºC
algal bloom - NO
conductivity - 22 μS/cm
dissolved oxygen - 6 mg/L
enterococcus - 41 MPN/100mL
fecal coliform - N/A MPN/100mL
nitrate - 3 mg/L
nitrite - 4.4 mg/L
ph - 7.2 SU
precipitation - 0 in
salinity (psu) - 20 psu
salinity (sg) - 26 ppt
sodium - N/A mg/L
streamflow - 31 cfs
total dissolved solids - N/A ppm
total nitrogen - 1 mg/L
transparency - 92 cm
turbidity - 47.7 NTU
turbulance - 22
water temperature - 12 ºC

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