EPA 904/9-77-004
WEST PO
POSTIM POUND
ENVIRO
SURVEILL
AL PROTECTION AGENCY
ION IV
JNGiE AND ANALYSIS DIVISION
fTHf NS, GEORGIA
VEMBER 1976

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WEST POINT LAKE
POSTIMPOUNDMENT STUDY
by
Hugh C. Vick
David W. Hill
Rufus J. Bruner, III
Thomas 0. Barnwell, Jr.
Ronald L. Raschke
Ralph E. Gentry
Environmental Protection Agency
Region IV
Surveillance and Analysis Division
Athens, Georgia
November 1976

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page No.
INTRODUCTION 		1
PURPOSE		1
AUTHORITY 		2
CONCLUSIONS			3
RECOMMENDATIONS		5
SUMMARY 		6
EFFECTS OF COFFER DAM	6
EUTROPHICATION POTENTIAL	9
BACTERIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS ..... 		9
CHEMICAL PARAMETERS	. .	10
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS	15
SPECIAL WATER SUPPLY SAMPLES 		17
DESCRIPTION OF STUDY AREA	19
CHATTAHOOCHEE WATERSHED 		19
WEST POINT DAM AND LAKE	19
WATER SUPPLY	20
WASTE SOURCES	20
ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES FOLLOWING IMPOUNDMENT	23
GENERAL	23
PHYSICAL - CHEMICAL CHANGES • • 		23
BACTERIOLOGICAL' CHANGES			24
BIOLOGICAL CHANGES	24
STUDY METHODS		25
SAMPLING STATIONS			25
SAMPLING SCHEDULE AND INTERAGENCY COOPERATION	2 5
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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gTUDY METHODS (Cpnt.)
SAMPLING METHODS (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY) . 		26
BIOLOGICAL ANALYSES (ENTIRE STUDY) 		26
BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSES (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY) 		28
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ANALYSES (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY)	29
STUDY FINDINGS	33
RAINFALL, RIVERFLOW, AND LAKE DISCHARGE	33
EUTROPHICATION POTENTIAL 		36
BACTERIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS 		49
OXYGEN RELATED PARAMETERS AND TEMPERATURE STRATIFICATION ....	55
NUTRIENTS	64
METALS	70
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS	82
FUTURE STUDIES			89
REFERENCES	90
APPENDICES
A. POINT SOURCE WASTEWATER DISCHARGES
B-l SAMPLING STATIONS
B-2 SAMPLING SCHEDULE
C-l CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER. DISCHARGES
C-2 WATER QUALITY DATA
D.	PROPOSED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR WEST POINT LAKE
E.	STUDY AREA AND SAMPLING STATION LOCATION MAP
PARTICIPATING STAFF (BY AGENCY)

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FIGURES
Figure	Page
No.	No.
1	Plane and Cross-Sectional View of Coffer Dam and
Main Dam 		7
2	Depth Profile, Mean Values at Station CH-03 - September, 1975 # ^ g
3	Lake Profile - Total and Dissolved Iron and Manganese Means -
April and September 1975 	14
4	Vollenweider Model	45
5	Larsen-Mercier Model 	 46
6	Dillon Model	47
7	Fecal Coliform Densities (Geometric Means)			56
8	Mean DO and TOC Values - April and September 1975	58
9	Dissolved Oxygen Isopleths - September 16, 1975 	 60
10	Dissolved Oxygen Isopleths - September 19, 1975 	 61
11	Temperature Isotherms - September 16, 1975 	 62
12	Temperature Isotherms - September 19, 1975 	 63
13	Nitrogen and Phosphorus Species - April and September 1975
Averages		
14	Mean NO2 + N0^ Nitrogen - April and September, 1975 	 68
15	Mean NH3 Nitrogen - April and September 1975 	 69
16	Mean Total Phosphorus and Residue - April and September 1975 , , 71
17	Monthly Means, Total and Dissolved Iron	75
18	Monthly Means, Total and Dissolved Manganese	76
19	Total Iron Isopleths - September 16, 1975 	 78
20	Total Iron Isopleths - September 19, 1975	79
21	Total Manganese Isopleths - September 16, 1975 	 80
22	Total Manganese Isopleths - September 19, 1975 	 81
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TABLES
Table	Page
No.	No,
1	Nutrient Additions to Station CH-14 Water for the
November AGPT	28
2	Identification Scheme for Salmonella Suspects 	 30
3	Frequency and Location of Analyses: Physical, Chemical
and Bacteriological Parameters • 	 31
4	Total Monthly Discharges, River and Lake 	 .34
5	Monthly Rainfall Totals	35
6	Maximum Chlorophyll ft Yields for September AGPT and
Maximum Dry Weight Yields for November	37
7	Chemical Characteristics of AGPT Controls for
September and November Tests 	 ^
8	Chemical Characteristics of the 11 Moderately High
Productivity Lakes 	 ^2
9	Application of Vollenweider and Larsen-Mercier Models
to 54 Southeastern Lakes	^3
10	Dillon Model	
11	Fecal Collform Counts - West Point Lake	50
12	Salmonella Serotypes Isolated During the April and
September Phases of the West Point Lake Study 	 53
13	Means and Ranges of Nutrient Concentrations for the April
and September Studies			
14	Mean Concentration of Iron and Manganese During the April
and September Study Periods 	 ^

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TABLES
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Table	Page
No.	No.
15	Temperature Ranges and Means		83
16	Ranges and Means for Turbidity and Color		86
17	Ranges and Means for pH and Conductivity		86
18	Ranges and Means for Solids		88

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INTRODUCTION
West Point Lake, located approximately 100 miles downstream from
Atlanta, Georgia on the Chattahoochee River, was formed by closure of
the West Point Dam on October 16, 1974. Prior to the dam's closure,
several agencies had expressed concern about potential effects of up-
stream metropolitan araas on the lake^ As a result of this concern,
preliminary postimpoundment studies were conducted in the spring, summer,
and fall of 1975 by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, in coopera-
tion with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental
Protection Division, and the U. S. Geological Survey, River Quality
Assessment of the Upper Chattahoochee River Basin. While the lake's
water quality was still in a transitory state and forecasts of the ef-
fects of nutrient enrichment would have been premature, other less com-
plex aspects of water quality were determined. A data base, including
nutrient concentrations, was also generated for comparison with data
generated by future studies.
PURPOSE
The West Point Lake Postimpoundment Study was conducted to meet the
following objectives:
A.	Determine suitability of lake water quality for:
1.	Recreation,
2.	Municipal and industrial water supply, and
3.	Meeting downstream water quality standards.
B.	Determine nutrient levels in the lake and algal growth poten-
tial (September and November only).
C.	Estimate the relative "trapping efficiency" of the lake for
metals and nutrients by determining loadings into and out of
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D.	Determine areas that do not meet recreational water quality
standards for whole-body contact.
E.	Determine the extent of anaerobic conditions during late sum-
mer and concentrations of dissolved iron, manganese, and sulfides.
F.	Estimate the trophic status of the lake as influenced by high
nutrient inputs from the Atlanta metropolitan area and other
upstream sources.
AUTHORITY
This study was conducted in accordance with Section 104 (a)(1), (2),
and (3) and (b)(2) of Public Law 92-500 in response to a request (at a
meeting on June 5, 1974) by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division,
Department of Natural Resources (EPD-DNR) and by the Savannah District,
Corps of Engineers. They requested that the U. S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency (EPA) investigate the potential water quality problems
enumerated in the Prp^mnnundment Study of West Point Lake. Georgia (pre-
pared by EPA) and assist the state of Georgia in identifying any other
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CONCLUSIONS
The West Point Postimpoundment Study yielded the following conclusions:
(1)	Maximum growth responses, indicated by algal growth potential tests
(AGPT), occurred in upstream waters with the addition of nitrogen
alone. Water from the vicinity of the city of LaGrange water sup-
ply intake did not undergo maximum algal growth until both nitrogen
and phosphorus were added. Comparison with AGPT on 49 other lakes
throughout the nation show West Point Lake's waters to be highly
productive.
(2)	The models of Vollenweider, Dillon, and Larsen-Mercier, which
predict the trophic status of a lake based only on phosphorus,
predict that the lake will become highly eutrophic. Even with a
95% reduction in point-source phosphorus loadings from the Atlanta
metropolitan area, these models will still classify the lake as
"eutrophic" while at the same time causing its characteristics to
more closely resemble those of the "mesotrophic" classification.
(3)	Acute dissolved iron and manganese problems were experienced by
downstream water supply users following impoundment. The severity
of these problems was partially alleviated by a portion of the cof-
fer dam (top edge - 50 feet below water surface) which was left in
place approximately 375 feet upstream from the turbine penstocks.
The penstock releases seem to flow from the 40-50 foot depth (Fig. 1)
and not from the bottom. (Downstream iron and manganese concentrations
are similar to concentrations at this depth in the lake.)
(4)	Comparison of historical temperature data with study findings for
incoming and release waters indicates that the lake has not signi-
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downstream from the dam. Partial blockage of colder hypolimnetic
water by the coffer dam could account for this finding.
(5)	Bacteriological quality of both the lake and its discharge waters
was good. No problem was foreseen in meeting fecal coliform stan-
dards for recreational water quality (200 coliforms per 100 ml).
(6)	Analysis of special composite samples collected at two water in-
takes , one in the lake and one just downstream from the dam, indi-
cate no major problems with pesticides or toxic metals.
(7)	On the basis of the data of this study, West Point Lake can be
expected to start stratifying at its downstream end by the middle
of April and be stratified as far upstream as Station CH-07 by
late May. Destratification can be expected to occur by late September.

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RECOMMENDATIONS
1.	Algal growth potential tests (AGPT) should be performed annually
in late summer at Stations CH-14 and CH-07 to further define and
monitor factors limiting algal growth potential. Additional AGPT
in spring and autumn would also be useful.
2.	Further studies are needed to determine the relative effectiveness
of upstream nutrient removal on limiting potential nuisance condi-
tions in West Point Lake.
3.	A study should be performed to compare the cost effectiveness of
pumping surface water to downstream water users with physical-
chemical iron and manganese removal at downstream waterworks.
4.	For all future impoundments, the Corps of Engineers should make
all necessary efforts to meet the appropriate State water quality
standards in the discharge waters. If it appears that these efforts
will not prevent initial poor water quality releases, the Corps
should make all necessary efforts to assure 100% notification of
all downstream water users likely to be affected.
5.	As an alternative to or in addition to multi-level turbine intakes
and artificial destratificatlon equipment, consideration should
be given to the effects of upstream coffer dams or baffles on
reservoir hydraulics and discharge water quality.

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SUMMARY
West Point Lake is located in west central Georgia in a 3,440 square
mile watershed. Seventy percent of the watershed is farmland and 30 per-
cent is industrial and residential (largely the metropolitan Atlanta area).
The lake covers 29,500 acres at maximum power pool of 635 feet above mean
sea level (msl). It is designed to provide hydroelectric power, flood
control (to a lake surface elevation of 646.3 feet above msl), water
supply, recreation, and navigation. Postimpoundment water quality was
determined by two one-week studies in 1975 conducted by EPA personnel in
conjunction with both U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Georgia EPD-DNR
personnel. Additional water quality data resulted from bi-monthly moni-
toring visits by Georgia EPD-DNR personnel and, at some stations, by USGS
and City of Atlanta personnel. Refer to Appendix B-2 for a complete samp-,
ling schedule.
EFFECTS OF COFFER DAM
During dam construction, a coffer dam was built to divert the river
around the construction site. When construction was completed, the por-
tion of the coffer dam upstream from the powerhouse was not removed (Fig. 1).
This section of the coffer dam was left in place to impede the flow of
hypolimnetic waters through the penstocks when the lake is stratified.
During the September 1975 intensive study, the upper limit of the
hypolimnion (as defined by both temperature and dissolved oxygen concen-
trations) averaged 38 feet below the surface for the lower portion of the
lalte. Irregularities in the depth profiles at 45 feet (Fig. 2) show that
the coffer dam (approximately 585 feet msl) at the top—50 feet.below the
surface) is having an effect on flow patterns (Station CH-03 is approxi-
mately 900 feet upstream from the coffer dam). Convergence of dissolved

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WATER SURFACE ELEVATION 695* MSL
APPROX 375*
SECTION "A-A"
FIG. I
PLANE AND CROSS-SECTIONAL
VIEW OF COFFER DAM AND MAIN
DAM (APPROXIMATELY TO SCALE)
POWERHOUSE
OF
MAIN DAM

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oxygen isopleths (Figs. 9 and 10), iron isopleths (Figs. 19 and 20),
manganese isopleths (Figs. 21 and 22) and isotherms (Figs. 11 and 12)
can be attributed to the effects of the coffer dam.
EUTROPHICATION POTENTIAL
Algal growth potential tests were conducted at Stations CH-14,
CH-07, CH-03, CH-08, and CH-13 with the result showing that maximum
growth yields occurred at 9tation CH-14. Nitrogen was found to be
the growth limiting nutrient at Station CH-14 and productivity was
classified as high.
West Point Lake was classified as eutrophic by the Vollenweider,
Dillon, and Larsen-Mercier models using calculated phosphorus loadings
and retention coefficients. When the theoretical phosphorus retention
coefficient was substituted for the calculated coefficient, the result
was a prediction of more highly eutrophic conditions by the Dillon and
the Larsen-Mercier models. The theoretical retention coefficient is the
value expected when the lake reaches steady-state conditions and should
provide a better estimate of future conditions than the calculated re-
tention coefficient. Even considering 95% phosphorus removal for Atlanta
point sources and using the theoretical phosphorus retention coefficient,
each of the three models still classified the lake as eutrophic. The
classification with reduced phosphorus inputs, however, was near the
borderline of the eutrophic and mesotrophic zones.
BACTERIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
Heavy areawide rainfall (Table 5) during and just before the April
Intensive study caused extreme runoff conditions. These conditions
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recreational waters. Salmonella were isolated at all stations sampled
during April.
From May through October 1975, relatively few violations of the
recreation criteria were noted. With the exception of Station CH-14,
all fecal coliform densities greater than 200/100 ml occurred on flowing
streams. The low fecal coliform densities (well below recreational stan-
dards) found in the major portion of the lake during the September study
should reflect the bacteriological quality of the lake under normal con-
ditions. No Salmonella were isolated at any station during the Sep-
tember study.
CHEMICAL PARAMETERS
•	The Chattahoochee River station (CH-12) in the headwaters of West
Point Lake exhibited the greatest pH range (6.0-8.3 units) of all
influent waters. Other influent tributary stations had a pH range
of 6.3-7.1. The pH range at all deep water stations was considerably
greater. Thermal stratification and surface water algal concentra-
tions appeared to contribute to greater pH ranges or fluctuations.
Some pH values were less than 6.0 units in the hypolimnion while
surface values were greater than pH 8.0. Discharge waters ranged
from 5.5 to 6.7 pH units.
•	Mean dissolved oxygen (D.O.) concentrations for tributary streams
(stations CH-09, CH-11, CH-12, and CH-16) ranged from 8.0 to 8.4 mg/1
with extremes of 5.4 and 12.0 mg/1. Station CH-13, on Wehadkee
Creek 0.8 miles upstream of its confluence with the Chattahoochee
River, had a maximum D.O. of 16.4 mg/1 at the lake surface on May
19, 1975. This high value resulted from noticeably high algae con-
centrations. Nearly all lake stations became stratified during the

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hot, dry summer months. Station CH-10 was the farthest upstream
station affected by D.O. depletions in the lower depths. Strati-
fication at this station was sporadic between May 20 and September
20, 1975. A short distance upstream from Station CH-10, turbid
incoming river water could be seen underrunning clearer lake water.
The stratification and turnover of the remaining lake stations is
shown below:
Station No.
Chattahoochee Mainstem
CH-07
CH-06
CH-05
CH-03
Yellow-jacket Arm
CH-08
Wehadkee Arm
Start of
Stratification
5/20 - 6/10/75
5/19 - 6/9/75
5/19 - 6/9/75
4/18 - 5/19/75
Prior to 4/14/75
4/18 - 5/20/75
Fall
Turnover
9/18 - 9/19/75
9/19 - 9/20/75
9/20 - 9/24/75
9/20 - 9/24/75
4/15/75*
7/20 - 9/24/75
CFI-13
Prior to 4/14/75
9/25/75
Dissolved oxygen concentrations at Station CH-2.5B (tailrace water
at damsite) averaged 4.5 mg/1 with a range of 0.5 to 9.2 mg/1.
Station CH-01, 2.3 miles downstream from the damsite, had an average
D.O. of 5.9 mg/1 and a range of 3.2 to 9.6 mg/1.
• The five-day biochemical oxygen demand (BOD^) at Station CH-12
(headwaters of the lake on the Chattahoochee River) averaged 2.6 mg/1
for the entire study period and reached a maximum of 7.0 mg/1. During
*This was not really a "turnover". It was a flushing action caused by
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the winter rainy season (first four months of 1975), the BOD^
averaged 3.4 mg/1 at this station. The averages for tributary
waters (Stations CH-09, CH-11, and CH-16) ranged from 1.3 to
1.6 mg/1. In general, BOD^ (average of all depths) decreased
from the headwaters (Station CH-12) to the damsite (Station CH-03)
despite frequently occurring values greater than 3.0 mg/1 in the
hypolimnion of the downstream lake stations. The highest BOD^
values for the entire study period occurred in the hypolimnion at
Station CH-08 (>11.8 mg/1) on Yellowjacket Creek, and Stations
CH-13 (>10.8 mg/1) and CH-13A (17.2 mg/1) on Wehadkee Creek. B0D5
values for the discharge waters at the damsite averaged 1.3 mg/1
with a range of 0.6 to 3.2 mg/1.
•	Total organic carbon (TOC) reached a maximum of 11.0 mg/1 at
Station CH-12 following a heavy winter rain. The mean concentration
at this station was 4.6 mg/1 with a range of 1.2 to 11.0 mg/1.
Tributary waters (Stations CH-09, CH-11, and CH-16) averaged
2.9 to 3.4 mg/1. On the main stem of the lake, in upstream to
downstream station order, there was a decreasing trend in average
values except for a slight increase between Stations CH-07 and CH-06
(confluence with Yellowjacket Creek). There was also an increase
in the average at Station CH-03 due to the high values recorded
for samples collected near the bottom. Lake discharge waters
averaged 2.2 mg/1.
•	Maximum input of nitrogen to West Point Lake came from the
Chattahoochee River. Average total nitrogen concentration at
Station CH--12 was 1.02 mg/1 (range, 0.40 to 1.77 mg/1) and

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maximum NH^-N and NC^+NO^ concentrations were as high as 0.84 mg/1
and 1.18 mg/1, respectively. Total nitrogen concentration in the
other tributaries ranged between 0.11 and 0.39 mg/1, while total
nitrogen concentrations for the main body of the lake ranged be-
tween 0.13 and 3.33 mg/1.
• The Chattahoochee River provided the primary input of both iron and
manganese to the lake, with mean concentrations of 3,576 and 797 yg/1,
respectively. Of this, 13% of the Fe and 10% of the Mn was in the
dissolved form. The three main tributaries to the lake averaged
1,941 yg/1 (15% as dissolved component) and 325 yg/1 (79% as dis-
solved component) for mean total Fe and Mn concentrations, respec-
tively. Downstream discharge waters averaged 1,018 yg/1 (44% in
dissolved form) and 312 yg/1 (96% in dissolved form) for total Fe
and Mn, respectively.
In the following trend summary (Fig. 3), the data from only
five days was used (three in April and two in September). These
were the only days on which samples for Fe and Mm in both the to-
tal and dissolved form were collected from all stations located on
the mainstem of the lake. During these five sampling days, the
mean concentrations at Station CH-12 for Fe and Mn, respectively,
were 3,576 yg/1 (13% dissolved) and 195 yg/1 (24% dissolved).
Mean total Mn concentrations decreased slightly between Station
CH-12 (195 yg/1 with 24% in the dissolved form) and CH-10 (130 yg/1
with 43% in the dissolved form). The trend from Station CH-10 to
CH-03 was a steady increase in both the mean total Mn concentra-
tion and the percentage in the dissolved form. These increases

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were brought about by the decreasing hypolimnitic oxygen supply
1 A
(reducing conditions) in the downstream area of the lake.
Mean total Fe concentrations exhibited a rapid decrease from
Station CH-12 (3,576 yg/1 with 13% as the dissolved component)
downstream to Station CH-07 (766 yg/1 with 15% dissolved). Be-
tween Stations CH-07 and CH-06, the mean total Fe concentration
nearly doubled to 1,269 yg/1 with 25% in the dissolved form. Af-
ter a slight decrease at Station CH-05 (988 yg/1 with 14% in the
dissolved state) the mean concentration increased to 1,787 yg/1
with 79% in the dissolved form. The rapidly decreasing total Fe
concentrations in the upstream portion of the main stem of the
lake can be attributed to the following factor: the suspended
iron vu settling at a rate faster than it could be redissolved
by the slightly reducing conditions downstream from Station CH-10.
The increase between Stations CH-07 and CH-06 may have been
caused by the Fe load contributed by Yellowjacket Creek, which
joins the Chattahoochee River between these stations. The in-
crease in mean total Fe concentration at the downstream lake
stations was related to actively reducing anaerobic conditions
in the hypolimnion. Under anaerobic conditions, dissolution
of Fe from the sediment proceeds very rapidly.
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS
• In the summer months, lake water temperature maxima ranged from
25,5ฐC to 3lฐC, as opposed to 25ฐC to 29ฐC during preimpoundment
studies. During the same season, hypolimnion temperatures in the
* References 1 through 16 appear on page 90.

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main stem of the lake ranged from 20.5ฐC to 23ฐC, while water
temperature downstream from the dam ranged from 22ฐC to 29ฐC.
Water color (platinum cobalt color units) in the upper reaches of
the lake (areas not affected by stratification) averaged 35-38
units in the Chattahoochee River and 21-51 units in the main
tributaries (Yellowjacket Creek, Wehadkee Creek, and New River).
Color ranged between 280-350 units in the hypolimnion at deep-
water stations during the summer months. Downstream from the dam,
color averaged 14 units at Station CH-2.5B to 70 units at Station
CH-01A with a high of 150 units.
During periods of high runoff, the upper reaches of the main stem
and tributaries of the lake became reddish in color due to suspended
clay. Turbidity in the upper reaches of the impounded areas of the
Chattahoochee River and its tributaries reached highs of 160 and
123 Jackson turbidity units (JTU), respectively. Average turbid-
ity was 47 JTU in the Chattahoochee River and 56 JTU in its tributa-
ries. A steadily decreasing trend in turbidity values from the head-
waters to the damsite was observed. Discharge waters averaged 15 JTU
with a range of 4 to 26 JTU.
Mineral content of the waters was low. Mean specific conductance
ranged from 30 to 68 ymhos/cm while mean alkalinity ranged from 16
to 33 mg/1 as CaCO^. The mean and range for both of these parameters
remained fairly constant at all stations sampled. The mean total dis
solved solids (TDS) concentration ranged from 50 to 126 mg/1 and de-
creased from the headwaters of the lake (Station CH-12) to Station
CH-07, This decrease was interrupted by an increase at Station CH-06

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the station just downstream from the confluence with Yellowjacket
Creek. In Yellowjacket Creek, the TDS concentration averaged 82 mg/1
and ranged from 26 to 178 mg/1. From Station CH-06 downstream to
the damsite, TDS continued to decrease. Discharge waters averaged
56 mg/1 TDS with a range of 22-110 mg/1.
SPECIAL WATER SUPPLY SAMPLES
Special composite samples (three days at Station CH-LG and four
days at Station WPP) for drinking water source analyses were collected
at the LaGrange and West Point Pepperell water intakes (see locations in
Appendix B-l). These samples indicate that during the study period there
were no major problems with pesticides or toxic metals in West Point Lake
or in the release water. Most of the constituent concentrations were
less than both analytic detection limits and U.S.P.H.S. drinking water
standards. Exceptions were:
40 CFR, Part 141
Parameters	CH-LG	WPP	Specified Limits
Hg, total	2.5 yg/1	3.0 yg/1	2.0 yg/1
Ba, Total*	Within limits 1,200 yg/1	1,000 ug/1
Fe, Dissolved* Within limits	470 yg/1	300 yg/1
Mn, Dissolved* Within limits	438 yg/1	50 yg/1
Dissolved iron and manganese, although not considered toxic at
these concentrations, can cause severe staining problems. EPA received
reports from downstream water users of white bathtubs being filled and
* Because dissolved Fe and Mn values at both stations were not measured,
they were calculated from Total Fe and Mn values based on the percentage
in the dissolved form at two nearby stations (CH-01, 1.8 miles upstream
from WPP and CH-07, 0.02 miles downstream from CH-LG).

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turning black within five minutes (presumably from the oxidation of
manganous ions). Similar problems were encountered in downstream tex-
tile operations.

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DESCRIPTION OF STUDY AREA
CHATTAHOOCHEE WATERSHED
The Chattahoochee River originates in the Blue Ridge Mountains of
northeast Georgia. It flows 235 miles southwestward across northern
Georgia to West Point, then turns southward forming the Georgia-Alabama
and Georgia-Florida boundaries, until it joins the Flint River at Chatta-
hoochee, Florida. The combined waters of these two streams form the
Apalachicola River in Florida.
WEST POINT DAM AND LAKE
West Point, Georgia, is the northern-most of five textile towns in
the central Chattahoochee Valley, the others being the Alabama towns of
Lanett, Shawmut, Langdale, and Fairfax. Less than three river miles
north of West Point (at River Mile 309)*, the Corps of Engineers has con-
structed the 7,250-foot-long, 97-foot-high, gravity-type West Point Dam
across the Chattahoochee River. This dam creates the fourth largest im-
poundment on the Chattahoochee River and impounds approximately 35 miles
of the River, extending from West Point upstream to Franklin, Georgia.
West Point Lake is a multipurpose project designed for power, flood con-
trol, water supply, and recreation. The project is designed to permit
construction of a navigation lock through the main earth dam, if such an
improvement is warranted at a later date. At normal pool level (635 feet
above mean sea level) the 25,900 acre lake will have a volume of 604,500
acre-feet and a 525 mile shoreline. Principal streams flowing into the
lake include the New River and Yellowjacket and Wehadkee Creeks.
The postimpoundment study area was the Chattahoochee River from the
City of Franklin to West Point, Georgia (see Appendix E: Location Map).
* River mileage given in this report is an upstream measurement begin-
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Before impoundment, the Chattahoochee was very shallow in the study area,
with rock riffles crossing it completely in many places. The riverbed
was composed of various combinations of silt, clay, sand, and rock, and
had an average gradient of 2.1 feet/mile. The banks and surrounding
areas of the river and its tributaries had a dense cover of foliage. Al-
though much of this foliage was clear-cut before impoundment, most of the
trees along river and creek banks were topped at approximately 619 feet
above mean sea level (msl) to provide fish habitats. In addition, large
areas of trees along the shoreline were left standing to improve fishing
and waterfowl hunting.
WATER SUPPLY
West Point Lake, from Franklin Georgia, downstream to the damsite,
has been classified for recreation. Within this area, there are two
water supply intakes: an industrial intake for Deering Milliken of La-
Grange (Station CH-DM) and a municipal intake for the city of LaGrange
(Station CH-LG). These are located on the eastern shore of the lake
near Station CH-07.
WASTE SOURCES
An inventory of industrial and domestic waste sources (0.1 mgd or
greater) showed that three main streams transport wastewater into the
lake: (1) Yellowjacket Creek, (2) New River, and (3) Chattahoochee
River (Appendices A and E).
Yellowjacket Creek enters the lake 13.4 miles upstream from the
dam. Wastewater treatment facilities, having a combined design flow
of 1.95 mgd, discharge to Yellowjacket Creek from Hogansville and La-
Grange, Georgia. The LaGrange-Yellowjacket Creek Sewage Treatment Plant
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overloaded. Three small facilities with a combined design flow of 0.95 mgd
were all operating at less than 75% capacity.
The New River enters the lake 27 miles upstream from the dam. It
receives treated domestic wastewater from the Newnan, Georgia; STP, which was
operating at less than 75% of its 0.75 mgd design flow. The New River also
receives treated wastewater from the William L. Bonell Company, an aluminum
anodizing industry. This treatment plant was operating at greater than 75%
of its 1.0 mgd design capacity during the study.
The Chattahoochee River is impounded by the West Point Dam upstream
to approximately river mile 343.0 in the vicinity of Franklin, Georgia (34.6
miles upstream of the West Point Dam). The city of Franklin discharges from
an overloaded activated sludge package treatment plant having a design flow
of 0.085 mgd. The Franklin Aluminum Company in Franklin also discharges
into the lake from a 0.225 mgd design flow facility operating at greater
than 75% capacity.
Upstream from Franklin to the mouth of Wahoo Creek (55.9 miles up-
stream of the West Point Dam), there are no wastewater discharges to the
Chattahoochee River greater than 0.1 mgd.
Two overloaded STP's In Newnan, Georgia, each with 0.4 mgd design
flows, discharge into tributaries of Wahoo Creek. An industry operating
at greater than 75% of its design flow of 0.235 mgd discharges into Wahoo
Creek, The Georgia Power Company's "Yates Power Plant" discharges cooling
water to the Chattahoochee River approximately two miles upstream from
the mouth of Wahoo Creek, This plant was operating at greater than 75%
of its 613 mgd design capacity during the study.
Between the above-mentioned power plant and the mouth of Bear Creek
(74.1 miles upstream of the dam), there are no wastewater discharges greater
than 0.1 mgd.

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From the mouth of Bear Creek upstream to the Fulton County-Big Creek
STP (116.9 miles upstream from the dam), twenty-one wastewater treatment
facilities having a combined design flow of 164.2 mgd discharge into the
Chattahoochee River or its tributaries.
Of this design flow, 82.2% (135 mgd) is contributed by the following
facilities operating under the indicated status:
Facility
Cobb Co. Chattahoochee
River, WTF
Atlanta - R.M.
Clayton, WTF
Fulton Co. - Camp
Creek Plant
Atlanta - Utoy
Creek Plant
Design Flow (mgd)
10
80
15
30
Status
75% Cap.
Overloaded, expan-
sion to 120 mgd
under construction
75% Cap.
75% Cap.
Various industrial facilities contribute 10.6 mgd of treated wastewater
and the remaining 18.6 mgd is discharged by smaller facilities (STPs, package
treatment plants, and water treatment plants). A 767 mgd design flow power
plant (Georgia Power Company's "Atkinson and McDonough Plant") operating at
greater than 75% capacity, also discharges cooling water in this stretch of
the river (105.6 miles upstream from the dam).

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ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES FOLLOWING IMPOUNDMENT
GENERAL
There are many well-defined water quality and other environmental
changes which follow the impoundment of a river. West Point Lake is a
classic example of these changes.
PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL CHANGES
Physical changes following impoundment include increased water
volume, surface area and shoreline, and decreased water velocity. West
Point Lake is an intermediate depth lake (90 feet maximum). Consequently,
the downstream temperature regime is not drastically altered as is often
the case with deeper lakes. Some buffering of the downstream temperature
changes was observed (i.e., temperature downstream from the lake rose
slowly throughout the summer peaking in September, while temperatures up-
stream at Franklin peaked in July, then began to decrease). Maximum ob-
served water temperatures at both locations were approximately equal.
The decreased water velocity allows settling of suspended matter
which contains much of the total iron and manganese entering the lake.
The iron complexes with phosphorus, thus removing much of the total phos-
phorus from the water column.
Summertime stratification in the lake (West Point is classified as
a weakly stratified lake) leads to anaerobic (reducing) conditions in the
lower depths of the hypolimnion. These conditions cause the dissolution of
iron, manganese, phosphorus, and other elements from the bottom sediments
which results in high dissolved solid concentration near the bottom of
the lake. A portion of the coffer dam left in place effectively blocks
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from the hypolimnion. However, downstream concentrations of dissolved
iron and manganese are higher than before impoundment. Concentrations of
suspended iron downstream from the lake were much lower than prior to
impoundment and suspended manganese concentrations remain about the same.
Mass balances calculated for the April study showed that phosphorus, iron,
and manganese were trapped by the lake, while nitrogen was exported. During
September, phosphorus, nitrogen, and iron were trapped and manganese was
exported.
BACTERIOLOGICAL CHANGES
During the preimpoundment study, high fecal coliform densities and
numerous Salmonella isolations were observed in the area to be impounded.
The dilution caused by impoundment of the lake and the decreased velocity
with consequently increased time for die-off, have effectively eliminated
the bacteriological problems under normal flow and runoff conditions. Ex-
cept for infrequent violations in the headwaters (Station CH-14), all
fecal coliform counts in the lake were within water quality recreational
standards. Violations occurred frequently at Stations CH-12 and CH-09
which, although affected by the impoundment, exhibited most of the charac-
teristics of a free-flowing stream.
BIOLOGICAL CHANGES
Nutrient loadings from upstream point and non-point sources are
expected to influence the fisheries of West Point Lake considerably. Some
aquatic weed and algal bloom problems may occur in various sections of the
lake because of high nutrient loadings.

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STUDY METHODS
SAMPLING STATIONS
Nineteen sampling stations were established on the Chattahoochee
River and its principal tributaries between Franklin and West Point,
Georgia. Twelve of these stations were sampled during the EPA 1970-1971
preimpoundment study.3 Station CH-2.5B (located in the tailrace waters
approximately 1/2 mile upstream from preimpoundment Station CH-02) was
substituted for Station CH-02.
Samples from CH-02 were collected from the bank of the river. Even
though this type of sampling is not representative of the cross section
of the river, this station was the only site accessible to the river
downstream from the dam during construction. Station CH-2.5B is located
on a balcony over very turbulent discharge water immediately downstream
from the dam, providing more representative samples.
Additional grab and composite samples were collected at the Chatta-
hoochee River water intakes of West Point Pepperell (Station WPP), City
of LaGrange (Station CH-LG), and Deering Milliken Mills (Station CH-DM) .
Station descriptions are presented in Appendix B-l and locations in Ap-
pendix E (study area map).
SAMPLING SCHEDULE AND INTERAGENCY COOPERATION
This study was conducted in two phases with close interagency coopera-
tion. The first phase consisted of one or two day studies conducted twice
each month between January and November, 1975 by Georgia Environmental Pro-
tection Division (GA-EPD) personnel. During the same period, U. S. Geologi-
cal Survey (USGS) personnel collected samples at Stations CH-01A, CH-Q7, and
CH-12, Additional samples were collected at Station CH-12 by the City of
Atlanta, Georgia. All laboratory analyses for this phase were performed by
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The second or intensive study phase consisted of two one-week studies
by EPA, one in April and one in September, 1975. Representatives of the
GA-EPD and USGS accompanied and assisted EPA personnel during sampling.
All laboratory analyses for this phase were performed by EPA. (See Appen-
dix B-2 for a detailed sampling schedule; Appendix C-2 for a complete list-
ing of analytical data.)
SAMPLING METHODS (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY)
At all stations sampled from bridges (CH-01, CH-02.5B, CR-04, CH-09,
CH-11, CH-12, CH-15, and CH-16), samples were collected at a depth of one
foot below the surface. All other stations were sampled one foot below
the surface, one foot above the bottom, and at various depths above and
below the thermocline (when one existed).
Daily samples for physical, chemical, and bacteriological analyses
were collected at each station during the one-week intensive studies.
Samples for sulfide analyses were collected only from sites with zero
dissolved oxygen concentrations.
Grab sample techniques were used for daily collections. Samples
collected for dissolved substance analyses were Millipore* filtered in the
field immediately after collection. All necessary sample preservations were
performed in the field immediately after collection.
BIOLOGICAL ANALYSES (ENTIRE STUDY)
Monthly water samples (May through November, 1975) were collected
by GA-EPD personnel at Stations CH-03, CH-05, CH-06, CH-07, CH-08, CH-10,
CH-12, CH-13, and CH-14 for chlorophyll a_ analysis. All analyses were
performed by EPA, Surveillance and Analysis Division (SAD) personnel.
* Does not imply endorsement of this product by EPA.

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Samples for chlorophyll a_were also collected at Station CH-2.5B during
October and November, 1975. Depth of the euphotic zone was determined by
Secchi disk readings. At the various stations, this depth ranged from
10 feet to 28 feet. Chlorophyll a samples were collected from one foot
below the surface, at mid-depth of, and near the lower limits of the eu-
photic zone.
EPA personnel collected water samples on September 16, 1975 from
Stations CH-03, CH-07, CH-08, CH-13, and CH-14 (Appendix &) and on Novem-
ber 11, 1975, at Station CH-14 at 0.1 meter below the surface for algal
growth potential tests (AGPT). GA-EPD personnel also sampled at Station
CH-14 on November 11, 1975 for AGPT. Water samples were autoclaved and
filtered with a 0.45-y membrane filter according to EPA algal assay pro-
1 5
cedures at the SAD Ecology Branch Laboratory. Chemical analyses of
autoclaved-filtered waters were conducted by the Chemical Services Branch
of SAD.
The following additions of nitrogen (as NaNO^) and phosphorus (as
K^HPO^) were made to the water samples: 1.00 mg N per liter, 0.05 mg P
per liter, and 1.00 mg N per liter plus 0.05 mg P per liter. All tests
were conducted in triplicate, and each flask was inoculated to give a
final concentration of 1,000 cells per ml from a 7-day old culture of
Selanastrum capricornutum Prinz. Inoculated flasks containing the var-
ious station waters without nutrient additions served as controls. A
total of 60 replicates were analyzed in September (12 per station).
The September tests indicated that Station CH-14 waters were much
more sensitive to nutrient additions than waters of other stations tested;
therefore, additional tests were conducted in November to further determine
algal growth potential in Station CH-14 waters. Table 1 summarizes the
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Field collections and laboratory processing of water samples were similar
to procedures in September. Further details about methodology used can
be found in US-EPA's algal assay procedure
TABLE 1
NUTRIENT ADDITIONS TO STATION CH-14
WATER FOR THE NOVEMBER AGPT
Replicate No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Nitrogen
Addition
(mg/1)
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.50
1.0
1.25
1.50
0.50
1.0
1.25
1.5
Phosphorus
Addition
(mg/1)
0.0
0.015
0.05
0.075
0.10
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.015
0.05
0.075
0.10
BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY)
All bacteriological samples were collected at a depth of approximately
one foot using a grab sample technique. Samples were placed on ice and
bacteriological analyses were initiated within six hours after collection.
Fecal coliform densities were determined using the membrane filter
technique as outlined iti Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and
Wastewater, 13th Edition.^
Qualitative determinations for the presence of Salmonella were made
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were suspended just beneath the water surface for a 3-5 day period, re-
trieved, placed in sterile plastic bags, and returned to the mobile labora-
tory for analysis. Swabs were placed into wide-mouth jars containing ap-
proximately 200 ml of 1.5 strength Duicitol Selenite Broth. The inoculated
broth was incubated for 18 to 24 hours at 41.5ฐC according to the procedure
of Spino.ฎ
After incubation in broth-enriched media, an inoculum was streaked
onto XLD Agar, Taylor (XLD), and Hektoen Enteric Agar (HE) plates and incu-
bated for 18-24 hours. Suspected Salmonella colonies were picked from the
plates and subjected to the identification scheme outlined in Table 2.
The methods and media outlined in Table 2 are described by Ewing?
with the exception of- the cytochrome oxidase and lysine decarboxylase
methods. Oxidase and decarboxylase activity was determined using Patho-
Tec-CO and Patho-Tec-LD* reagent impregnated paper strips, respectively.
Definitive serological identification of Salmonella isolates was
made at the EPA-Athens Laboratory. The methodology used was the standard
serological procedures described by Edwards and Ewing^.
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS (INTENSIVE PHASE ONLY)
Measurements and analyses were performed at the sampling site, at
the SAD (US-EPA) mobile laboratory in West Point, Georgia, or at the EPA
Regional Laboratory in Athens, Georgia. The parameter coverage, frequency
of analysis, and locations where various analyses were made are presented
in Table 3.
Flow measurements were provided by the USGS from the Chattahoochee
River gages at Whitesburg and West Point, Georgia. Additional tributary
* Does not imply endorsement of this product by EPA.

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TABLE 2
IDENTIFICATION SCHEME FOR SALMONELLA. SUSPECTS
Suspect colony (picked from differential plate)
i
Lysine Iron Agar	
Alkaline slant and butt
with or without H2S
r
Urease Production
Acid slant and butt; Alkaline slant
and acid butt - DISCARDED
Positive
DISCARDED
Negative
Cytochrome
Oxidase
Positive
DISCARDED
Negative
Lactose; Sodium Malonate; Potassium Cyanide, Indole
Negative
Lysine decarboxylase; Citrate, HjS, Motility
Positive
DISCARDED
Negative
DISCARDED
Positive
Polyvalent 0 Antisera
Positive
Serological Identification
Negative
DISCARDED
Verification by NCDC

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TABLE 3
FREQUENCY AND LOCATION OF ANALYSES
PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BACTERIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
31
Parameter
Frequency of
Measurement
Analysis
Location
PHYSICAL
Temperature
Color
Turbidity
Conductivity
CHEMICAL
Dissolved Oxygen
PH
Alkalinity
Iron (Total and Dissolved)
Manganese (Total and Dissolved)
Sulfides
Sulfates
Solids (Total, Dissolved, & Suspended)
Nitrogen (TKN, NH3 & N02-Hi03)
Phosphorus (Total and Dissolved)
Total Organic Carbon
Total Hardness
Biochemical Oxygen Demand, 5 day (BOD^)
BACTERIOLOGICAL
Fecal Colifornis
Salmonella
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
Selected times
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
daily
once/week
Field
Mobile Lab
Mobile Lab
Mobile Lab
Field
Field
Mobile Lab
Regional Lab
Regional Lab
Regional Lab
Regional Lab
Mobile Lab
Regional Lab
Regional Lab
Regional Lab
Mobile Lab
Mobile Lab
Mobile Lab
Mobile Lab and
Regional Lab

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flow measurements were provided by USGS from stations established and rated
especially for the April intensive study. High water levels after full im-
poundment of the lake precluded the use of these special stations during
the September intensive study. Rainfall data were provided by the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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STUDY FINDINGS
RAINFALL, RIVERFLOW, AND LAKE DISCHARGE
Initial filling of the lake began on October 16, 1974. Prior to that
date, the surface elevation of the river averaged 532 feet above mean sea
level (msl). By November 13, 1974, the lake level had risen to 616 feet msl.
This level was maintained until May 1, 1975, to allow topping of trees. Be-
tween May 1 and May 19, 1975, the discharge from the lake was regulated
(see May discharge values in Table 4) to complete filling of the lake.
During the May 1 to May 19 period, the lake level rose to 635 feet msl (nor-
mal power pool).
q
Total annual precipitation for the stutfy area in 1975 averaged
approximately 72 inches. This total is based on the average of the monthly
totals for four cities in the immediate drainage basin of the lake (Table 5).
Compared to the long range annual average of 55.61 inches, 1975 was a wet
year.
Heavy areawide rains (2.66 inches) occurred during the first two days
(April 14 and 15, 1975) of the spring intensive study. From April 15
through 18, Station CH-14 in the upper end of the lake was characterized
by swift, turbulent, and turbid water. Turbidity at this station averaged
39 Jackson Turbidity Units (JTU) in April and only 14 JTU in September
(dry period).
The normal autumn dry period was interrupted by a frontal system in
early October which contributed an unusually heavy amount of rain to the
Chattahoochee River Valley. As shown on Table 5, the total rainfall for
October of 7.09 inches nearly doubles the individual September and November
totals of 3.59 inches each.

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TABLE 4
TOTAL MONTHLY DISCHARGES (cfs)
RIVER AND LAKE
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Corps of Eng.
Records for
USGS Gage at	West Point Lake USGS Gage at
Whitesburg, GaA/	Discharge West Point, Ga.—'
January
139,310
239,453
233,540
February
191,660
335,332
327,350
March
323,050
479,537
476,310
April
220,530
338,997
381,210
May
183,880
74,249
79,298
June
116,320
152,157
161,108
July
99,600
131,246
149,417
August
115,440
160,764
178,287
September
96,280
123,348
136,160
October

216,724

November

217,693

December

196,192

1/ Refer to Appendix C-l for complete discharge records

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TABLE 5
MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALS (INCHES)
LaGrange, Rock Mills, Franklin, Newnan, Average
Georgia	Alabama	Georgia Georgia 	'
January
6.90
6.48
5.42
6.44
6.31
February
8.73
8.71
7.43
7.86
8.18
March
8.84
7.61
8.37
7.70
8.13
April.
9.97
7.92
6.19
6.11
7.55
May
3.46
4.98
4.80
7.42
5.17
June
5.85
4.59
5.83
3.58
4.96
July
6.51
6.54
6.84
5.43
6.33
August
4.37
7.04
5.70
6.41
5.88
September
2.94
4.22
4.27
2.91
3.59
October
6.03
7.67
7.63
7.04
7.09
November
3.03
3.69
3.44
4.18
3.59
December
4.97
5.09
4.43
5.31
4.95
TOTAL
71.73

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EUTROPHICATION POTENTIAL
The eutrophication potential of West Point Lake was examined by two
different approaches: (1) Algal growth potential tests (AGPT), and (2)
evaluation through use of eutrophicatioiv models.
1. Algal Growth Potential Test
The algal growth potential test for West Point Lake was performed to
supplement on-going studies by the State of Georgia and to further assess
the lake's trophic status and biological sensitivity to increased nutrient
levels of phosphorus and nitrogen.
Specific objectives of the.study were:
(a)	To determine if phosphorus or nitrogen were limiting algal
growth in areas of West Point Lake,
(b)	To quantify the biological response to changes in the con-
centration of nitrogen and phosphorus, and
(c)	To compare the growth potential results of West Point Lake
with results of other U.S. lakes of known trophic status.
In September, five stations were assessed for their biological sen-
sitivity to inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus. Growth at all stations
studied was very low. The greatest algal yield was 2.3 ug/1 of chlorophyll a_,
(Table 6) at Station CH-14. This was equivalent to less than 1 mg/1 dry
weight of S. capricornutum. The low growth may have been due to a notice-
able (contaminating) fungal growth in all of the test flasks.
Although maximum yield was very low, discernible differences between
the stations and treatments could be detected with chlorophyll a^ analyses
of the test cultures. Examination of the control results revealed that
West Point Lake headwaters (Station CH-14) were more than two times fertile

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TABLE 6
MAXIMUM CHLOROPHYLL (a) (ug/1)
YIELDS OF Selanastrum caprlcornutum
FOR SEPTEMBER





CH-14
CH-07
CH-03
CH-08
CH-13
Control




1.00
0.38
0.12
0.20
0.34
Control
+
1.00
mg
N/1
2.32
0.38
0.22
0.27
0.29
Control
+
0.05
mg
P/l
0.74
0.26
0.22
0.25
0.29
Control
+
0.05
mg
P/l
1.46
0.59
0.29
0.35
0.49

+
1.00
mg
N/1





MAXIMUM DRY WEIGHT YIELDS (mg/1)
OF Selanastrum capricornutum
AT STATION CH-14 FOR NOVEMBER
Control
Control + 1.00 mg N/1
Control + 0.05 mg P/l
Control + 0.05 tag P/l
+ 1.00 mg N/1
19.0
32.0
17.0
27.0

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(Table 6) than other areas of the lake studied. Maximum yield decreased
sequentially for the three lake stations from the headwaters (Station CH-14)
to the dam area (Station CH-03) (Table 6).
At all of the stations except Station CH-14, the increased maximum
yield occurred when phosphorus and nitrogen were added to the waters in
combination, indicating that phosphorus and nitrogen possibly were present
in amounts so small as to limit growth when additions of these nutrients
were added to lake waters singly. Only when phosphorus and nitrogen were
added jointly did the algae respond, and greater yields were recorded for
those stations.
At Station CH-14 (September results), there was a significant dif-
ference (all samples in triplicate) at the 0.95 confidence level between
the nitrogen addition and the control (Table 6). Nitrogen additions re-
sulted in the maximum yield, which indicated that nitrogen was limiting
maximum algal yields in the headwaters in September. There was not a
significant difference at the 0.95 confidence level between the nitrogen
and nitrogen-plus-phosphorus treatments. These insignificant differences
indicate that further additions of phosphorus to lake headwaters is prob-
ably inconsequential at this time of the year, because relatively low
nitrogen concentrations limit algal yield and potential nuisance blooms.
Another AGPT conducted in November verified that nitrogen limits growth
in the lake headwaters in the autumn and further quantified S. capficornutum
yields when nitrogen and phosphorus are added, singly and in combination.
The results of algal growth potential tests when varying concentra-
tions of nitrogen and phosphorus were added to West Point Lake headwaters,
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November treatments verified that nitrogen limits algal growth because
the addition of phosphorus in various concentrations did not increase
maximum yields of J3_. capricornutum over the lake controls, whereas yields
in nitrogen-supplemented treatments were almost twice as great as the con-
trol and phosphorus treatments. In fact, in the 1.0 mg/1 nitrogen treat-
ment, average yield was 65 percent greater than the control average yield.
The 1.00 mg/1 nitrogen addition resulted in the greatest maximum algal
yield. Yield differences between different treatments (Table 6) were not
significant, and the increase of nitrogen beyond 0.5 to 1.0 mg/1 will not
further increase growth. Various additions of phosphorus and nitrogen in
combination did not increase yields beyond that encountered with the 1.0
mg/1 nitrogen addition. At these higher concentrations of nitrogen and
phosphorus, apparently some other element becomes limiting to algal yields.
Miller, et al.^ studied the primary productivity of 49 lakes through-
out the United States. Of these lakes, the algal biomass produced in the
controls ranged between 0.02 and 18.70 mg dry weight per liter. Based on
AGPT studies, Miller, et al. were able to classify these lakes into four
productivity groups: (1) low productivity (0.00 to 0.10 mg dry weight per
liter), (2) moderate productivity (0.11 to 0.80 mg dry weight per liter),
(3)	moderately high"productivity (0.81 to 6.0 mg dry weight per liter), and
(4)	high productivity (6.10 to 20.00 mg dry weight per liter).
The September dry weight yields during the Region IV AGPT were very
low (less than 1 mg/liter) and could only be detected by chlorophyll fluo-
rescence techniques. Therefore, all stations sampled in September would be
categorized as low production. The fungal growth in the cultures, however,
may have confounded the results by reducing algal yields at all stations
through "competitive" exclusion.

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40
Results from the November AGPT for West Point Lake headwaters indicate
these waters are highly productive (eutrophic) according to the Miller, et al.,^
classification scheme. The Selanastrum capricornututn dry weight yield for
the November AGPT (Table 6) control was 19.0 mg dry weight per liter, which
placed it in Green's highly productive category where dry weights range
from 6.10 to 20.0 mg dry weight per liter. Treated lake waters (autoclaved
and filtered) in November also were similar to highly productive lakes,^
with respect to selected chemical parameters and their concentration (Tables
7 and 8).
These results coincide well with the predictions of the eutrophication
models. The models (evaluating only phosphorus) lead to the conclusion that
enough phosphorus is present to exceed the "dangerous" level, and, indeed,
the AGPT data show that the large algal growth in the control was not in-
creased by the addition of more phosphorus alone. Phosphorus is evidently
present In much greater than limiting amounts.
2. Evaluation Through Use of Eutrophication Models
In order to further evaluate the trophic status of West Point Lake,
results of the September field study (not the biological AGPT study) were
compared to an evaluation of 53 southeastern lakes by Gakstater, et al.^
Entry WP1 (West Point, first comparison) in Tables 9 and 10 was determined
by calculating Input and output loads from the mean phosphorus concentra-
tions measured during the September study. Results of these calculations
were then plotted on Figures 4, 5, and 6. The results were In the eutrophic
zone of all three models (Vollenweider, Dillon, and Larsen-Mercier). Entry
WP2 (West Point second comparison) in Tables 9 and 10 was calculated using
the lake Input loading from WP1, but using the theoretical phosphorus

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TABLE 7
CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF
AGPT CONTROLS FOR SEPTEMBER AND NOVEMBER TESTS
Station Date Alkalinity Conductivity Hardness TKN NH^-N NOฃ NO3 Ortho Total TOC Ca Mg Fe
mg/1 CaC03 ugmhos	mg/1 as mg/1 mg/1 mg/1 Phosph. Phosph. mg/1 mg/1 ug/1 ug/1
CaCOj		mg/1
CH-03
9/16/75
19
70
17
0.47
0.07
0.01
0.01
0.03
2.7
3895
2750
67
CH-07
9/16/75
15
80
16
0.35
0.06
0.57
0.04
0.05
2.5
3670
2480
42.5
CH-08
9/16/75
22
SO
20
0.30
0.05
0.03
0.01
0.03
3.0
4100
.3265
36.5
CH-13
9/16/75
18
70
17
0.30
0.05
0.02
0.01
0.03
3.0
4000
2890
57.5
CH-14
9/16/75
13
80
16
0.14
0.07
0.77
0.125
0.14
3.0
3660
2447
60
CH-14
11/23/75
18
80
26
0.17
0.12
0.90

0.17
2.0
2025
1350
610

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TABLE 8
CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 11 MODERATELY HIGH PRODUCTIVITY LAKES
0 81-6 00 mg dry wt 1 * S. capricornutum
(From Ref. 11)
Relative hardness
Determination*	Soft	Moderate	Hard	Very hard
Conductance,
74-000
+
12-000
280-000
+
12 -000
330-000
+
25 -000
1220-000
(umho cm ) 25ฐC










Tot. alkalinity
21*000
+
5-000
120-000
+
9-200
157-000
+
8-400
120-000
pH range
6*700
-
8-000
7-800
-
8-500
7*400
-
8-500
9*200
Tot. hardness
21'000
+
6-100
126-000
+
13-000
177-000
+
3*500
368-000
Tot. s. carbon
12*000
+
6-700
40-000
+
0-700
45-000
+
5-600
26-000
Calcium
5-300
+
1-700
30-000
+
2-800
26-000
+
2-800
86-000
Magnesium
1-800
+
0-500
13-000
+
2-800
28-000
+
3-500
50-000
Tot. s. phosphorus
0-029
+
0-028
0-420
+
0-000
0-026
+
0-000
0*170

0-081
+
0-063
0-400
+
0-000
0-018
+
0-000
0-160
Ortho phosphorus
0-007
+
0-004
0-390
+
0-000
0-010
+
0-004
0-140

0-012
+
0-004
0-380
+
0-000
0-010
+
0-004
0*070
Inorganic nitrogen
0-090
+
0-100
0-110
+
0-020
0-160
+
0-070
0-007

0-090
+
0-090
0-140
+
0-020
0-220
+
0-000
0*070
Organic nitrogen
0-440
+
0-110
1-100
+
0-050
0-780
+
0-160
0*700

0-420
+
0-120
1-000
+
0-030
0-690
+
0-280
0*430
Tot. s. iron
0-025
+
0-009
0-009
+
0-001
0-021
+
0-017
0*010

0-025
+
0-010
0-014
+
0-004
0-012
+
0-002
0*017
Maximum yield



3-100

0-420
1-300

0-400
1*700
S. capricornutum
3-000
+
1-100
2-100
+
0-350
6-500
+
4-700
4*300
Number qฃ lakes

6


2


2

1
* mg/l unless otherwise indicated

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TABLE 9
APPLICATION OF VOLLENWEIDER AND LARSEN-MERC1ER MODELS TO 54 SOUTHEASTERN LAKES
PHOSPHORUS	EUTROPHIC	VOLLENWEIDER	MEDIAN
TROPHIC LOADING	LOADING	FACTOR	TOTAL	INFLOW	INFLOW	OUTLET	_
STATE LAKE STATE RATE	RATE	(LOAD RATE/	PHOSPHORUS RATE	LOAD	LOAD	[P]
LAKE NO. (REPORT) 7(H> T  (G/t^/YR)	(G/M2/YR)	DANGEROUS RATE) (UG/L)	(M3/SEC)	(KG/YRI	24
27
NORMAN
25
E
10.2
0.65
0.81
0.76
1.07
20
65.2
106*490
30*965
.71
52
RHOOHISS
26
ฃ
6.3
0.06
14.20
2.00
7.10
61
48.4
202*395
106*660
.47
133
SANTEETLAH
27
M
16.8
0.44
0.69
1.19
0.58
11
14.0
7*960
5*315
r33
.17
Id
TILLERY
28
ฃ
9.7
0.04
14.92
2.82
5.29
40
154.6
317*605
264*015
65
WATERVILLE
29
E
22.7
0. 04
94.05
4.40
21,38
103
24.0
129*785
63*445
.51
171
SOUTH CAROLINA
W.C.BOWEN
30
M-E
jj
	JJ
tot. 36
0.38
1.00
22
3.2
2*435
2*560
(PHOSPHORUS
FISHING CREEK
31
E
7.6
0.02
52.95
3.20
16.55
143
133.1
722*115
662,045
.08
172
GREENWOOD
32
E
7.3
0.22
8.97
1.14
7.87
61
49.5
413*645
90,815
.78
265
HARTWELL
33
M
14.0
0.92
0.78
0.74
1.05
12
119.7
194,155
34,490
.82
51
KEOWEE
34
M
15.2
1*10
0.29
0.72
0.40
8
31.5
19,990
17,345
.13
20
MARION
35
E
4.0
0.12
3.54
1.10
3.22
55
473.1
1*582*735
682*610
.57
106
MOULTRIE
36
E
5.8
0.11
2.47
1.38
1.79
26
416.3
604*215
392*415
.35
46
MURRAY
37
ฃ
12.7
0.95
1.47
0.70
2.10
24
86.6
303*265
83*275
.73
111
ROBINSON
38
E
4.1
0.18
0.49
0.92
0.53
14
6.6
4*470
3*265
.27
21
SALUDA
39
E

ฐ-0JL/
———
16.94
3.10
5.46
46
17.7
34*265
20*440
• 40
61
SECESSION
40
E
7.10
1.40
5.07
57
6.2
25*275
12*000
.53
129
WATEREE
41
E
6.9
0.07
11*08
1.80
10.26
94
161.2
614*465
462*865
.25
121
WYLIE
42
E
7.0
0.11
7.53
1.56
4.83
42
110.2
399*725
176*385
.56
115
ALABAMA
BAWHCAD
43
ฃ
3.1
-0.02
IT. 26


29
*tซ-.6
642*805
875
.66 1T4
HOLT LOCK
44
E
7.9
0.02
17.78
4.10
4.34
18
191.4
237*449
149*105
.37 39
GANTT
45
E-M
1.4
0.02
2.77
1.62
1.77
29
27.6
31*005
32*250
(PHOSPHORUS
PICKWICK
46
E
4.4
0, 02
14.88
3,10
4,77
57
1*526,8
2*818*620
2*995*305
(PHOSPHORUS
PURDY
47
E
5.1
0.30
3.44
0.60
4.30
49
2.3
14*810
5*825
.61 204
MARTIN
48
E-M
12.9
0.48
1.36
0.99
1*37
17
133.9
214*640
81*110
.62 51
GUNTERSVILLE
49
E
4.6
0.04
6.87
2.10
3.27
44
1*125.4
1,887*680
1*606*290
.15 53
LAY
50
E
10.2
0.04
17.62
2.90
6*06
76
402.3
854*450
1*051*970
{PHOSPHORUS
MITCHELL
51
E
1.3
<0.01
45.98
4.00
11*50
53
442.8
1,086*400
1*126*335
^PHOSPHORUS
WEISS
52
E
2.8
0*04
9.58
1*56
6*14
92
252.5
1*170*310
706*815
UO 147
WILSON
53
E
12.5
0.02
38.42
4.60
8.35
53
1*397.7
2,411*035
2*285*785
*05 55
1/MEAN DEPTH UNKNOWN* Z/Tw CALCULATED USING SURFACE AREA ANO OUTFLOW RATEl
2/CALCULATED USING "THEORETICAL VALUE OF R^jfRp AS CALCULATED FROM EOS 1-5 PP 25. REF.12.
^/CALCULATED USING Rjjp =Rp AS ABOVE BUT ALSO CONSIDERING 95* REMOVAL OF PHOSPHORUS FROM POINT SOURCES IN THE ATLANTA
METROPOLITAN AREA.
4/LOG10(MEDIAN T. PH0S.)'0.77S LOGlf) (VOLLENWEIDER FACTOR) ~ 1.135(REF.I0)

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TABLE 10
(From Ref. 10)
DILLON MODEL


L
(g/m2/yr)
R
(yr)"1
L(l-R)
z
ft

1.
Allatoona
2.07

0.35
3.57
0.38
9.4
E-M
2.
Blackshear
9.78

0.60
25.00
0.16
5.3
E
3.
Blue Ridge
0.91

0.64
2.08
0.16
18.4
M
4.
Burton
0.40

0.55
2.27
0.08
11.9
M
5.
Chatuge
0.39

0.29
1.23
0.22
10.6
M
6.
Clark Hill
1.59

0.62
2.70
0.22
10.9
E-M
7.
Harding
58.74

0.53
25.00
1.10
9.4
E
8.
High Falls
8.07

0.24
25.00
0.25
3.7
E
9.
Jackson
33.38

0.63
12.50
0.99
6.9
E
10.
Nottley
0.75

0.39
1.59
0.29
13.1
M
11.
Seminole
8.82

0.02
50.00
0.17
3.0
E
12.
Sidney Lanier
0.98

0.89
0.625
0.17
19.5
M
13.
Sinclair
4.10

0.31
6.67
0.42
6.6
E
14.
Walter F. George
4.54

0.34
7.69
0.39
6.2
E
15.
Blewett Falls
91.07

0.45
50.00
1.00
11.9
E
16.
Badin
16.66

0.21
12.50
1.05
14.2
E
17.
Fontana
2.88

0.47
2.04
0.75
41.3
M
18.
Hickory
5.71

0.26
11.11
0.38
9.4
E
19.
High Rock
14.78

0.54
14.29
0.48
4.9
E
20.
Kiwassee
1.80

0.45
3.12
0.32
21.3
M
21.
James
1.13
(P
loss)
1.75
—
13.5
E
22.
Junaluska
6.38
(P
loss)
25.00
—
5.6
E
23.
Lookout Shoals
18.52
(P
loss)
50.00
—
9.3
E
24.
Mt. Island
4.31

0.24
33.33
0.10
5.4
M
25.
Norman
0.81

0.71
1.54
0.15
10.2
E
26.
Rhodhiss
14.20

0.47
16.67
0.45
6.3
E
27.
Santeetlah
0.69

0.33
2.27
0.20
16.8
M
28.
Tillery
14.92

0.17
25.00
0.49
9.7
E
29.
Waterville
94.05

0.51
25.00
1.84
22.7
E
30.
W. C. Bowen
0.38
(P
loss)
—
—
*
M-E
31.
Fishing Creek
52.95

0.08
50.00
0.97
7.6
E
32.
Greenwood
8.97

0.78
4.55
0.43
7.3
E
33.
Hartwell
0.78

0.82
1.09
0.13
14.0
M
34.
Keowee
0.29

0.13
0.19
0.28
15.2
M
35.
Marion
3.54

0.57
8.33
0.18
4.0
E
36.
Moultrie
2.47

0.35
9.09
0.18
5.8
E
37.
Murray
1.47

0.73
1.05
0.38
12.7
E
38.
Robinson
0.49

0.27
5.56
0.06
4.1
E
39.
Saluda
16.94

0.40
100.00
0.10
4.0
E
40.
Secession
7.10

0.53
—
—
*
E
41.
Wateree
11.08

0.25
14.29
0.58
6.9
E
42.
Wylie
7.53

0.56
9.09
0.36
7.0
E
43.
Bankhead
17.26

0.66
50.00
0.12
3.1
E
44.
Holt Lock
17.78

0.37
50.00
0.22
7.9
E
45.
Gantt
2.77
(P
loss)
50.00
—
1.4
E-M
46.
Pickwick
14.88
(P
loss)
50.00
—
4.4
E
47.
Purdy
3.44

0.61
3.33
0.40
5.1
E
48.
Martin
1.36

0.62
2.08
0.25
12.9
E
49.
Guntersville
6.87

0.15
25.00
0.23
4.6
E
50.
Lay
17.62
(P
loss)
25.00
—
10.2
E
51.
Mitchell
45.98
(P
loss)
100.00
—
1.3
E
52.
Weiss
9.58

0.40
25.00
0.23
2.8
E
53.
Wilson
38.42

0,05
50.00
0,73
12,5
E
WP1
West Point
12.2

0.81
6.67
0,35
7.2

T.rp2
T'Tcst "oirit
12.2

0.28
6. b7
1.32
7.2

WP3
West Point
1.8

0.28
6.67
.19
7.2

ฆ'mean- depth unknown

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Fig. 4
(FROM REF. 10)
IOO.O
,5? >0.0
1.0
1	ป I M Ml
7
"eutrophic"
T—TTTTTT]	1	1—I TTTTTJ"
VOLLENWEIDER MODEL
9
~

SI
o
7
~
31
~
S3
~ 1
40
~
SYMBOLS:
A * MCSOTROPMIC
~ * EOTROPHIC
L(0) ซ 030	—
L (O) ซ 0_Z0_	"
L (O) ป 0_J5		—
LIO) ซ O.-ICLi	
43,6 50 nn?3
WPI 19 26 ~ ~ a BD
ปWP2j O ~	C028 39
-1. ซ• ป 46
D2 a _D
I3_
42r
14
~ 49
ซ n
~is
~ 22
47
D
35
I
~
37
~
5
A
25
30
?ia
36 ~ A /
ฐ /
WP3/
+>20

y^24
/
/
/
to A//
>6
//
10
Ei
SO

OLieOTROPHIC
O.I
t-rrTni
1.0
1 I I III'
10.0
T	| l HIM

I I |lili'
1000.0
Z /t

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FIG 5
(FROM REF. 10)
lซoซ
T
LARSEN-MERCIER MODEL
tUTROPMIc"	'
!•
/
+	7	ff	/
5,	ฐ47	/ /
41	~	40	/ /
g	Q0 O 42 43 37	/ /
if IS pJ4	"88	^ /
ป0ซ Dฐ	q.
:ฐ" ^ >• iff	•	/
OM Q ~ 1ซ	^ S
*• Wฃ* D„ซซ	4ซ	/
,4 Aป
j9 At7
Aซ
~~	" OLIGOTHOPHIC"
tVMSOLt:
A ฆ MU0TROPHIC
~ • ivmopHtc
ii.	i	i	i	i	i	i	
•.I 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.9 O.t 0.7 O.t 0.* 1.0
R#Xp

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Fig. 6
(FROM REF. 10)
Z (m)

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48
retention coefficient (R ) as determined from the method described by
12
Larsen and Mercier. The theoretical value of 0.28 was much lower than
the experimental coefficient of 0.81. The higher experimental coefficient
reflects the transient status of the lake during the study period and will
decrease as time passes. As the lake ages, phosphorus will complex with
Fe+3 and accumulate on the bottom as a precipitate in increasing amounts.
Reducing conditions in the hypolimnion under stratified conditions will re-
+3	+2
duce the Fe to Fe at an increasing rate as this Fe-P precipitate accu-
mulates, thus solubilizing both the iron and the phosphorus. This will, in
effect, increase the outflow of phosphorus from the reservoir and reduce
the phosphorus retention coefficient to a constant steady state value. Re-
sults of WP2 were again plotted on Figures 4, 5, and 6, and all points
plotted in the eutrophic zone. In fact, the Dillon model and the Larsen-
Mercier model show that the lake will become more eutrophic as it approaches
steady state conditions. Since more phosphorus would be present in the
water column because of the increased solubilization, this result is not
surprising.
In entry WP3, an attempt was made to determine the effect of reduc-
ing the phosphorus Input from point sources in the Atlanta area. A 95%
reduction In phosphorus from Atlanta point sources was assumed in calcula-
ting the input loads, and the theoretical phosphorus retention coefficient
was used. Results were plotted against each of the three models and
found to fall consistently within the eutrophic zone (well above the
"dangerous level") although moving closer to the boundary between the
eutrophic and mesotrophic zones.
The three models used above are comparative, not predictive models.
That a particular lake plots in the euphotic zone is not nearly as signifi-

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49
cant as its position relative to similar lakes on the same plot. The line
separating the trophic level classifications should not be regarded as a
precipice, but as an indefinite line separating the upper and lower levels
of a sloping surface. Results from the application of these models must
be judged quantitatively. Examination of Figures 3, 4, and 5 will reveal
a significant and relative change in the status of West Point Lake with
reduction in Atlanta's phosphorus input.
"Eutrophic" is often regarded as having a negative connotation. Visions
of algae mats, aquatic plants rotting in the sun, and fish bellying-up in
shallow waters seem to be associated with this term. A lake having such
symptoms would indeed be classified eutrophic; however, the nomologists
who developed these models use the term in its classical Sense, meaning
"highly productive." The eutrophic classification encompasses a wide range
of waters and is just as descriptive of a good fishing lake as it is a
swamp.
BACTERIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
A summary of bacteriological data collected in and around West Point
Lake during 1975 is presented in Tables 11 and 12. Table 11 shows monthly
summaries for fecal coliform bacteria densities and incidences of Salmonella
isolation. Table 12 lists the sampling stations, dates, and the specific
Salmonella serotype(s) isolated. A complete list of fecal coliform data
is given in Appendix C-2.
The fecal coliform bacteria indicator group is presently considered
the most reliable bacterial Indicator of fecal contamination. Fecal con-
form density is indicative of the relative magnitude of fecal wastes from

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TABLE 11
FECAL C0LIF0RM COUNTS
WEST POINT LAKE
M 0
NTH




1975
Station
Location
Statistic
JAN
FEB MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT NOV DEC
Summary
CH-01
Chattahoochee River at Westpoint,
GA, above U. S. 29
Number
Mininum
Log Mean
Maximum


5*
55
123
590




5
<2
<4.9
34

10
<2
<25
590
CH-01A
Chattahoochee River at Westpoint,
GA, above U. S. 29
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
1
750
1
430
1
230
1
36

1
1,500
1
36
1
36

7
36
176
1,500
CH-02.5B
Chattahoochee River near Dam
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum


5
10
46
112




5
<2
<2.4
<5
1
<30
11
<2
<12
112
CH-03
Chattahoochee River at Maple
Creek Mouth
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum


5*
30
54
146
1
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
6
<2
<3.7
<30
1
36
19
<2.0
<18
146
CH-04
Wehadkee Ck., Hwy. 224 N,
LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum


3
70
338
2,500




5
<2
2.4
<5

8
< 2
15
2,500
CH-05
Chattahoochee River, GA 238
W. of LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum


5*
225
368
750
1
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
5
<2
2.4
<5
1
<30
<30
<30
18
<2
<30
750
CH-06
Chattahoochee River, GA Hwy. 109,
W. LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum


5
420
570
850
1
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
2
<30
<30
<30
1
<5
1
36
14
<5
<77
850

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Table 11, Fecal Coliform Counts, West Point Lake (continued)
Station
Location
CH-07 Chattahoochee River at LaGrange
Water Intake
Statistic JAN FEB MAR
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
1	1
4300 23,000
CH-08 Yellowjacket Creek S2098 W
of LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
CH-08A Jackson Ck., NW of LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
CH-09 Yellowjacket Creek NE
of LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
CH-10 Chattahoochee River, GA Hwy 219
NW of LaGrange
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
CH-11 New River, D. S. 27 S of
Franklin
Number
Minimum
Log Mean
Maximum
CH-12 Chattahoochee River, U. S. 27,
Franklin
Number	1	11
Minimum 4,300 15,000 4,300
Log Mean
Maximum

M
0 N T H




1975
Summary
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCX NOV DEC
6*
2
2
3
3
7
1
26
570
36
<30
<30
<30
<2
91
<2
1,627
73
<30
<55
490
5.1

121
4,300
150
<30
150
43,000
36

43,000
5*
1
2
2
2
6
1
19
60
<30
<30
<30
<30
<2
30
2
475

<30
<30
<33
<3.7

32
2,700

<30
<30
36
<30

2,700
3






3
70






70
453






453
3,400






3,400
5




5

10
140




310

140
828




1,173

986
5,200




3,950

5,200
5*
1
2
1

6
1
18
2,000
91
<30
<36

<2
4,300
<2
3,119

<52


<3.7

81
5,600

<91


<30

5,600
5




5

10
90




90

90
639




449

536
5,800




7,100

7,100
6*
2
3
7
7
11

39
1,700
3,900
930
430
9
230

9
4,278
6,022
2,095
1,025
846
1,089

1,674
43,000
9,300
4,300
4,300
23,000
8,200

43,000

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Table 11, Fecal Coliform Counts, West Point Lake (continued)
MONTH		1975
Station
Location
Statistic JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT NOV DEC Summary
CH-13
Hehadkee Cr. Hwy 238 SW LaGrange
Number


5
1
2
2
2
5
1 17


Minimum


4
<30
<30
<30
<30
<2
<30 <2


Log Mean


<6.7

<30
<30
<30
<4.1
<12


Maximum


10

<30
<30
<30
<30
<30
CH-13A
Veasey Cr. at Confluence Stroud C
Number


2





2


Minimum


<4





<4


Log Mean


<6.3





<6.3


Maximum


<10





<10
CH-14
Chattahoochee River Mo. of
Number


4

1
1

6
12

Brush Cr.
Minimum


800

930
430

110
110


Log Mean


2,243




361
728


Maximum


5,000




7,500
7,500
CH-15
Yellowjacket Cr. at Hwy 219
Number


5*




5
10


Minimum


25




<2
<2


Log Mean


230




<2.4
<24


Maximum


5,600




<5
5,600
CH-16
Wehadkee Cr. near Gus Creek
Number


5*




5
10


Minimum


100




6
6


Log Mean


408




46
138


Maximum


5,600




500
5,600
CH-DM
Chattahoochee River at D-M Mills
Number


5*





5


Minimum


300





300


Log Mean


907





907


Maximum


1,800





1,800
CH-LG
Chattahoochee River Above
Number


5*







LaGrange WTP
Minimum


550








Log Mean


948








Maximum


1,450






^Salmonella serotype isolated

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53
TABLE 12
Salmonella SEROTYPES ISOLATED DURING THE APRIL
AND SEPTEMBER PHASES OF THE WEST POINT LAKE STUDY
Salmonella
Serotypes
Station Date	Salmonella Serotypes Isolated	Date	Isolated
CH-1	4/16/75 jS.	muenchen	9/17/75	If
CH-2	\J none Isolated
CH-3	S.	enteritldis
CH-4	1/ :
CH-5	none Isolated
CH-7	js.	muenchen
CH-8	j3.	ana turn. >S>. muenchen
CH-10	S.	muenchen. S. Mississippi, S_. lltchfleld
CH-12	S.	infarttis
CH-13	1/
CH-14	If
CH-15	S.	muenchen, S_. typhimurium
CH-16	S.	menston	If
LG	S.	feiit6ritldls, S. Mississippi	1/
DM	S.	agona, S. Mississippi	If
1/ - No sample was collected at this station.

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54
human and animal sources. Though generally viewed as non-pathogenic,
fecal coliform bacteria indicate the probable presence of enteric pathogens.
Most water quality bacterial standards are based on fecal coliform bacteria.
The bacterial standard for recreational waters in the State of Georgia (West
Point Lake waters are classified for recreational use) is for the geometric
mean (fecal coliform density) not to exceed 200 organisms per 100 ml of
water (200/100 ml).
Qualitative determinations to detect Salmonella were made. Salmonella
is a large serologically-related genus comprised of over 1,300 serotypes.
Salmonella is probably the easiest enteric pathogen to isolate from environ-
mental waters. All Salmonella are considered pathogenic to man and animals.
The presence of Salmonella is proof of fecal contamination from either man
or animals, and establishes the potential of disease contraction resulting
from water ingestion. It is important to note that the inverse of this
statement is not true. Failure to isolate Salmonella does not establish
that the water is free of pathogenic organisms.
Just before and during the April intensive study, when the lake was
partially full, three to five inches of rainfall occurred over much of
the study area (Table 5). Fecal wastes transported by the subsequent run-
off resulted in the high fecal coliform densities observed during this
period. Fifteen of the 18 stations upstream from the dam had geometric
mean coliform densities in excess of the recommended level of 200/100 ml for
recreational waters (Table 11). Salmonella were Isolated at all stations
sampled during April (Table 12). These high fecal coliform densities and
Salmonella isolations are not surprising in view of the extreme runoff con-
ditions which existed during the April study period.

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55
From May through the end of 1975, however, relatively few violations
of the bacterial recreational criterion were observed. During September
only four stations had mean fecal coliform densities greater than 20O$L0O ml:
CH-12 and CH-14, the two uppermost stations on the Chattahoochee Rive#,
CH-09 on upper Yellowjacket Creek, and CH-11 on New River. With the ex-
ception of CH-14, near the headwaters of the lake, all of these stations
are on flowing streams, not in the lake proper. The high fecal coliform
densities in the Chattahoochee River are the result of the upstream metro-
politan. areas. High counts at the other two stations probably resulted
from upstream waste sources and/or runoff. No Salmonella were isolated
at any station sampled during the September study.
Figure 7 is a plot of observed mean fecal coliform densities during
April (partially filled conditions) and September (completely filled).
A dramatic difference in the two profiles is evident. As the inflow
counts are of the same order of magnitude, the decrease in fecal coliform
densities during September can only be attributed to the effects of full
impoundment. Longer travel time and sedimentation are the major reasons
for the decrease in fecal coliform densities. With the exception of
Stations CH-09 and CH-12 (headwater stations on different arms of the
lake), geometric mean fecal coliform densities at all lake stations
during the September study were well below the recreational bacterial
standard. These low fecal coliform densities should reflect the bac-
terial quality of the lake tinder normal conditions.
OXYGEN RELATED PARAMETERS AND TEMPERATURE STRATIFICATION
Oxygen related parameters studied during the April and September
intensive studies included dissolved oxygen (DO), total organic carbon

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MEAN 00 AND TOC VALVES
APRIL AND SEPTEMBER 19 75
Fig 8
tso*,ars ป*/ซ•?)
MEAN FLOWS:
APRIL IS.OOC CFS
SEPTEMBER-4,743 CFS
* NUMBER in parenthesis
INDICATES LOAD
-• DO APRIL, lป79
€> bO SEPTEMBER, lป75
•	TOC-APRIL, 1*79
0	-ฉ TOC -SEPTEMBER ,1 975
	I	
CH-12
ch-to
T
T
	1	
CH-03
CH-14
CH -07
CH-06	CH-OS
STATION NUMBER
	1	
CH-2.5B
	1	
CM -01

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59
April reporting zero oxygen in the hypolimnion was Station CH-13, which
was the only station showing signs of stratification at that time. Du-
ring the September study, mean DO's decreased rapidly from Station CH-12
to Station CH-06, then leveled off from CH-06 to the dam (Figure 8). DO
standards violations were recorded at all outflow stations (CH-2.5B, CH-01A,
and CH-01) during the September study. Nearly all of the stations in the
stratified area of the lake (CHr-03, CH-05, CH-06, CH-08, and CH-13) were
depleted of oxygen in the hypolimnion in September. Stations CH-07 and
CH-10 had concentrations of less than 1.0 mg/1 on the bottom, at least
once during the September study.
The fall turn-over of the lake began during the September study
(refer to the table on page 11 in the summary section). The effects
of this destratification on DO and temperature are seen in Figures 9, 10,
11, and 12. These figures show that the lake was stratified as far up-
stream as Station CH-10 on September 16, 1976, and there was a large
/olume of oxygen depleted water which reached nearly to Station CH-10.
By September 19, there was only weak stratification at Station CH-07 and
the area of oxygen depletion had diminished to a small zone near Staticm
C&-05. Only Station CH-03 remained stratified by September 20.
A criterion-^ which may be used to classify a stratified lake Is
the daaslmetric Froude number, which may be approximated by:
F - /Po" L Q „ 320 L Q
D gB D Y	DV
ซhซe	- DซMlซtrlc Froude number, dimension!...
L " Reservoir Length ป 48,230 m

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CHATTAHOOCHEE
Ml
3
MS
3
I
x
o

1
X
o
V>
FIG. II
TEMPERATURE ISOTHERMS
9/16/75
CONTOUR INTERVAL - I DEGREE C
908
H"ฐ
- 15
- 30
h-
Ui
Id
li.
-45 ?
X
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349
FIG. 12
TEMPERATURE* ISOTHERMS
9/19/75
CONTOUR INTERVAL I DEGREE C
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TABLE 13
MEANS AND RANGES OF NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE APRIL AND SEPTEMBER STUDIES
6 6
Inflow Tributaries
Chattahoochee R. (CH-12)
New R. (CH-11)
Yellowjacket Cr. (CH-09)
Wehadkee Cr. (CH-16)
1/
Lake, main body
Outflow Tributaries
Chattahoochee R. (CH-2.5)
April
TKN
(mg/1)
0.23-0.78
(0.36)
September
APr11.
nh3-n
(mg/l)
September
(mg/1)
April September
Total Phosphorus
	(mg/1)	
April September
Dissolved Phosphorus
(mg/1)
April
2/
3/
0.30-0.61
(0.41)
0.02-2.95
(0.47)
0.15-0.30
(0.20)
0.29-0.32
(0.31)
0.01-0.03
(0.01)
0.05-0.06
(0.06)
0.03-0.05
(0.04)
0.04-0.04
(0.04)
September
0.18-0.45
0.02-0.59
0.02-0.10
0.09-0.34
0.28-0.41
0.69-1.18
0.09-0.18
0.21-0.45
0.03-0.18
0.13-0.20
(0.26)
(0,40)
(0.05)
(0.20)
(0.34)
(0.93)
(0.12)
(0.29)
(0.87)
(0.16)
0.06-0.18
0.01-0.22
0.01-0.04
0.01-0.03
0.07-0.13
0.12-0.17
0.04-0.06
0.04-0.09
	
0.02-0.03
(0.12)
(0.13)
(0.02)
(0.02)
(0.10)
(0.14)
(0.04)
(0.06)
—
(0.02)
0.10-0.23
0.10-0.03
0.01-0.03
0.02-0.04
0.09-0.13
0.20-0.32
0.03-0.08
0.06-0.16
3/
0.02-0.02-
0.03-0.03
(0.15)
(0.15)
(0.02)
(0.03)
(0.11)
(0.25)
(0.05)
(0.09)
(0.02)
(0.03)
0.10-0.18
0.10-0.26
0.01-0.02
0.03-0.04
0.08-0.15
0.08-0.13
0.03-0.04
0.03-0.05
0.02-0.02-/
0.02-0.03
(0.13)
(0.18)
(0.02)
(0.04)
(0.12)
(0.10)
(0.03)
(0.04)
(0.02)
(0.02)
0.10-1.57
0.10-3.65
0.01-1.33
0.02-2.95
0.01-0.41
0.01-0.77
0.02-0.16
0.02-0.28
0.01-0.09
0.01-0.06
(0.26)
(0.69)
(0.09)
(0.47)
(0.23)
(0.23)
(0.08)
(0.07)
(0.04)
(0.04)
0.02-0.03
(0.02)
1/ Includes stations CH-03, CH-13, CH-13A, CH-05, CH-06, CH-07, CH-L6, CH-DM, CH-08, CH-08A, and CH-10.
2/ Coding convertion as follows - Minimum observed concentration - Maximum observed concentration (Mean of all observed concentrations)
3/ Only one observation.

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NITROGEN ANO PHOSPHORUS SPECIES
AVERAGE OF APRIL ANO SEPTEMBER, 1975 AVERAGES
Fig. 13
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CH-2.M
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CH-01
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70
stratified portion of the lake are attributable mainly to the reducing
environment.
Average total phosphorus concentrations at Station CH—12 were 0.12
mg/1 and 0.29 mg/1 for the April and September studies, respectively.
Decreases in total phosphorus concentrations between Stations CH-12 and
CH-07 correspond closely with decreases in suspended solids to which
phosphorus readily adsorbs (Figure 16). Average total phosphorus con-
centrations from Station CH-07 to the dam for both studies remained very
near to the overall lake average of 0.075 mg/1. Average dissolved phos-
phorus concentrations were in the vicinity of 0.04 mg/1 at all stations
from CH-10 to the dam during both studies.
During the April study, total phosphorus accumulated in the lake
o
at a rate of 4.1 gn/m /year* while total nitrogen was exported from the
lake at a rate of 10.7 gm/m^/year. During the September study period,
both total phosphorus and total nitrogen were trapped (accumulated) in
the lake at rates of 9.4 gm/m^/year and 36 gm/m^/year, respectively.
Additional discussion of the accumulation of phosphorus in the lake can
be found in the "Eutrophication Potential" section.
METALS
Total and dissolved iron and manganese were the only metals
investigated during the West Point Lake studies. Reasons for investi-
gating these metals were (1) that high concentrations we have expected in
the hypolimnion under anaerobic (reducing) conditions and (2) the possible
adverse effects of such high concentrations on downstream water supplies.
* The Vollenweider, Larsen-Mercier, and Dillon models all use areal
loading, i.e., gm/m^/yr. For consistency, areal values were used In
the accumulation-export comparisons.

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Fig. 16
MEAN TOTAL PHOSPHORUS AND RESIOUE
APRIL AND SEPTEMBER, 19 7 5
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STATION NUMBER

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72
During the April study, the lake showed signs of stratification at
only one station, CH-13 on Wehadkee Creek. The highest concentrations of
both Fe and Mn recorded during this period were found in the bottom samples
at this station (Table 14). The general trend for Fe during the April
study was for decreased concentrations from the upstream to the downstream
end of the lake. Only the influence of Yellowjacket Creek between Stations
CH-07 and CH-06 interrupted this trend (Figures 17 and 18). Manganese con-
centrations, on the other hand, decreased sharply from Station CH-12 to
Station CH-14. They then continued to decrease steadily but slowly be-
tween Stations CH-14 and CH-06. Between Stations CH-06 and CH-03, concen-
trations of dissolved manganese increased slightly, probably because of the
reducing conditions associated with the stratification at Station CH-13
(see map in Appendix Ej. The concentration of dissolved manganese would
be expected to increase more rapidly than iron, because of its lower oxi-
dation potential.
During 'the September study, stratification reached upstream as far
as Station CH-IO at the beginning of the week, but destratification (turn-
over) began to occur toward the end of the study. High concentrations of
both iron and manganese were found in the hypolimnion at all stations
where anaerobic conditions occurred (Table 14). A maximum concentration
of 18,250 ug/1 (weekly mean of bottom samples) occurred in the hypolimnion
at Station CH-08. The general trend during the September study was towards
increased concentrations of both Fe and Mn from the upstream to the down-
stream end of the lake. Iron concentrations in the lake discharge (Sta-
tion CH-2.5B) were slightly higher in September than in April (939 ug/1

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TABLE 14
MEAN CONCENTRATIONS OF IRON AND MANGANESE DURING THE APRIL AND SEPTEMBER STUDY PERIODS




APRIL ฃ
T U D Y




Top
Bottom |

Total Fe
Vft/1
Dis. Fe
#*/l (*)
Total Ma
Vk/1
Dis. Mn
PR/1 (*)
Total Fe
lig/1
Dis. Fe
pg/1 (*)
Total Mn
Pfc/1
Dis. Mn |
vr/1 (*)
Inflow Streams








Chattahoochee R.
CH-12
3318
459(14)
173
54(13)
—
,—
—
—
New R.
CH-11
1550
295(19)
118
38(32)
—
—
—
—
Yellow jacket Cr.
CH-09
CH-15
CH-08
2460
1980
2180
448(18)
424(21)
261(12)
238
239
260
185(79)
217(91)
215(83)
—y
2630
260(10)
522
261(50)
Wehadkee Cr.
CH-16
CH-04
CH-13
1855
1450
1695
288(16)
320(22)
482(28)
210
129
589
133(63)
85(66)
146(25)
6750
3860(57)
3183
2835(89)
Main Lake
CB-14
CH-10
CH-07
CH-06
CH-05
CH-03
Outflow Stream
1903
1430
862
955
930
780
134(7)
152(11)
182(21)
167(17)
159(17)
181(23)
130
109
79
96
115
137
13(10)
35(32)
48(61)
47(49)
95(83)
115(84)
2012
725
1169
1725
1140
160(8)
145(20)
152(13)
177(10)
256(22)
138
85
112
138
155
35(25)
55(65)
42(38)
110(80)
121(78)
Chattahoochee R.
CH-2.5B
792
272(34)
135
118(87)
—
—
—
—

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TABLE 14, MEAN CONCENTRATIONS OF IRON AND MANGANESE DURING THE APRIL AND SEPTEMBER STUDY PERIODS (CONTINUED)



SEPTEMBER STU
D Y



Top
Bottom

Total Fe
ur/1
Dis. Fe
Total Mn
Dis. Mn
ur/1 (*)
Total Fe
ur/1
Dis. Fe
uk/1 (*)
Total Mn
we/1
Dis. Mn
UR/1 (*)

wr/1 (*)
ur/1
Inflow Screams








Chattahoochee R.
CH-12
1236
153(12)
110
34(31)
—
—
—
—
New R.
CH-11
1416
244(17)
412
345(84)
—
—
—
—
Yellowjacket Cr.
CH-09
CH-15
CH-08
2098
660
500
239(11)
128(19)
56(11)
498
545
584
228(46)
258(66)
334(57)
18258
16492(90)
5516
5038(91)
Wehadkee Cr.
CH-16
CH-04
CH-13
2166
418
315
320(15)
98(23)
68(22)
477
164
170
398(83)
35(21)
10(6)
14898
13825(93)
3623
3343(92)
Main Lake
CH-14
CH-10
CH-07
CH-06
CH^05
CH-03
942
401
341
214
185
221
200(21)
75(19)
43(13)
39(18)
73(39)
103(47)
136
135
75
114
106
153
108(79)
64(47)
20(26)
23(20)
16(15)
14(9)
838
719
2783
2123
11988
126(15)
217(30)
1532(55)
250(12)
11320(94)
342
1232
1013
1064
2920
242(71)
1166(97)
1013(100)
943(88)
2053(70)
Outflow Stream








Chattahoochee R.
CHi-2. 5B
939
333(35)
363
265(73)
—
—
—
—

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4000
3750
3SOO
3230
30O0
2730
2500
2250
2000
1750
1500
1230
tooo
730
500
250
0
MONTHLY MEANS
TOTAL 8 DISSOLVED IRON
Fig 17
—i	1	r-	1	1	1	1	1	1	1—
CH-12	CH-14	CH-IO	JH-07	CH-06	CH-05	CH-03	CH-2.5B	CH-OIA	CH-OI
STATION NUMBER

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CH-M	CH-14	CHHO	CH-07	CH-06	CH-09	CH-03	CH-Z.5B CH'OIA	CH-OI
STATION NUMBER

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found in the hypolimnion at Station CH-03 (bottom sample mean of 11,988
ug/1 during September study). Manganese concentrations in the lake dis-
charge in September were approximately 2.5 times as high as in April, but
like iron, did not approach the extremes found on the bottom at Station
CH-03 (2,931 ug/1). From these comparisons, it appears that the portion
of the coffer dam which was left in place behind the penstock is function-
ing, as planned, to reduce the discharge of hypolimnetic waters (Figure 1).
Concentrations of both Fe and Mn in tributaries to the lake were
generally lower during the September study (dry period) than in the April
study (wet period). This is as expected, since Fe and Mn are generally
associated with non-point source runoff.
Figures 19, 20, 21, and 22 illustrate the effect which the beginning
of destratification had on the distribution of total Fe and Mh in the
reservoir. Note the dilution effect exerted by the mixing in the upper
levels (0-40') of the reservoir while chemical stratification remained
in the deeper areas. This mixing effect would be expected to continue
as complete destratification occurred and relatively uniform concentra-
tions of Fe and Mn would exist from the surface to the bottom.
The destratification which occurred during the September study was
a gradual destratification and as such, surface concentrations of Fe
and Mn were not increased significantly. Should a rapid turnover occur
in the future, Fe and Mn concentration in the upper levels of the reser-
voir (above elevation 585 msl—the top of the submerged coffer dam)
would be expected to increase appreciably. This could lead to Increased
Fe and Mn concentrations in the lake discharge and possible increased
problems for downstream water supplies.

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CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER MILE
14i	540	555	550	5C5	520	515	510	505

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CHATTAHOOCHEE
345
340
335
I
330
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3ฃ5
z
o
I
z
o
FIG. 20
TOTAL IRON ISOPLETHS
9/19/75
CONTOUR INTERVAL. - I Uซ/l
RIVER MILE
ป-
UI
UJ
u.
Q.
UJ
Q

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CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER MILE
345
340
	L_
330
	I	

3t9
1
315
	L_
310
	L
305
<
FIG. 21
TOTAL Mn ISOPLETHS
9/16/75
-15
h-30
h
UJ
UJ
u.
(— 45 5
a.
uj
a
1—60
—75
CONTOUR INTERVAL - I U6/I
90

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CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER MILE
345
Ui
UJ
u_
I-
Q.
UJ
Q
*-90

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The trapping efficiency of the lake was calculated for Fe and Mh
during both the April and September studies using inflow and outflow
loads. Results showed that during the April study, both Fe and Mn were
retained in the lake at the rates of 209 and 403 gm/m^/year, respectively.
During the September study period, Fe was retained at the rate of 16.9
grt/m^/year, but Mn was exported from the lake at a rate of 9.9 gm/m^/year.
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS
Temperature
The study area is located in a temperate climate characterized by
short, mild winters and long, warm summers. Extreme ambient air tempera-
tures approach 0ฎF in winter and 100ฐF in summer.
Water temperatures of incluent streams (Chattahoochee River, New
River, Yellowjacket Creek, and Wehadkee Creek) reflected seasonal air
temperature changes and to a lesser extent, the summer shading effects
of overhanging shoreline vegetation. Progressing downstream, each of
the influent streams showed a small but steady increase in average tem-
peratures (Table 15). This downstream increase was more pronounced in
September, even though the averages include the relatively low hypolim-
netic temperatures.
Turbidity and Color (Table 16)
During the April intensive study period, mean turbidity and color
remained fairly constant from the upstream to the downstream portion of
the mainstem of the lake (slight decrease in turbidity and slight in-
crease in color). Color values for the September intensive study period
remained nearly constant while turbidity values showed a decreasing down-
stream trend.

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TABLE 15
TEMPERATURE RANGES AND MEANS
STATION
NO.
GROUP
#

April


September

MIN.
MAX.
MEAN
MIN.
MAX.
MEAN
CH-12
1
11.5
14.0
12.5
21.0
23.0
22.3
CH-14
1
12.5
15.5
14.2
21.8
23.5
22.8
CH-10
1
13.0
16.0
14.5
23.3
26.2
24.2
CH-7
1
13.0
15.3
14.5
23.0
26.0
24.5
CH-6
1
13.0
15.0
14.4
23.3
28.5
24.8
CH-5
1
14.0
15.5
14.4
23.2
27.8
25.0
CH-3
1
14.0
15.5
14.6
22.8
26.5
25.4
CH-2.5
2
13.0
14.5
13.7
23.5
26.0
25.1
CH-01
2
13.0
13.8
13.8
23.5
25.0
24.7
CH-09
3
12
14
12.9
18.0
22.0
19.9
CH-15
3
12
16
14.2
23.0
27.5
24.6
CH-08
3
13
16.5
14.6
22.2
26.3
24.6
CH-16
4
12
14
12.9
21.5
23.0
22.0
CH-04
4
12
15
13.8
24.8
25.5
25.1
CH-13
4
12
17.2
13.9
22.0
26.8
25.2
CH-11
5
12
15
12.9
19.0
22.0
20.3
NOTE: The stations in each group are arranged in upstream to downstream order.
Group Number Key: 1-Chattanooga River, Lake Stations
2-Chattanooga	River, Downstream Stations
3-Yellowjacket	Creek
4-Wehadkee	Creek
5-New	River

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TABLE 16
RANGES AND MEANS FOR TURBIDITY AND COLOR
Turbidity	Color
Station
Group
April
September
April
September
Number
Number
Min-Max(Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
CH-12
1
23-48(33)
14-52(29)
30-40(35)
20-50(31)
CH-14
1
32-59(45)
13-40(27)
25-40(35)
30-50(38)
CH-10
1
26-55(39)
6-31(14)
30-50(41)
20-60(31)
CH-07
1
20-49(35)
4-30(8)
30-50(42)
5-40(25)
CH-06
1
17-48(33)
4-28<12)
30-50(43)
20-100(31)
CH-05
1
20-64(35)
4-24(35)
35-60(47)
20-80(35)
CH-03
1
18-43(28)
4-22(7)
35-50(44)
20-350(34)
CH-2.5B
2
20-27(26)
4-6(5)
25-45(33)
20-35(27)
CH-01
2
21-26(24)
4-10(6)
25-40(31)
20-60(37)
CH-09
3
38-123(72)
25-58(40)
35-60(47)
20-120(50)
CH-15
3
25-83(56)
4-7(5)
35-50(44)
15-35(28)
CH-08
3
27-86(62)
4-34(15)
40-60(54)
20-280(111)
CH-16
4
29-67(43)
16-21(19)
35-40(39)
30-60(54)
CH-04
4
27-56(42)
4-5(4)
40-50(43)
20-30 (22)1
CH-13
4
27-65(41)
4-23(10)
35-70(54)
20-280(95)
CH-11
5
23-58(40)
14-29(19)
40-45(42)
20-60(42)
NOTE: Stations in each group are arranged in upstream to downstream order.
Group Number Key:
1	- Chattahoochee River, Lake Stations
2	- Chattahoochee River, Downstream Stations
3	- Yellowjacket Creek
4	- Wehadkee Creek
5	- New River

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The range of values for these parameters at all stations for both
Intensive study periods was small. The only exception was color at three
stations (CH-03, CH-08, and CH-13), which stratified first and turned over
last. Hypolimnetic color values at these stations ranged as high as 280
to 350 color units during the September intensive study. Despite these
few high color values in September, average values for both color and
turbidity were higher in April at nearly all stations. The April study
was conducted near the end of the rainy season, indicating that a major
portion of the color in the lake was introduced by runoff, with a lesser
amount introduced by hypolimnetic dissolution of both inorganic and or-
ganic sediment.
pH and Conductivity (Tablfe 17)
During both the April and September sampling period, there was a
slight decrease in average pH values from the upstream to the downstream
end of the lake, but all values were between 6.0 and 7.0 standard units (SU).
There was no significant difference at any tributary station between April
and September values. During the September study, there was a slight de-
crease in pH from top to bottom at deep water stations. During sampling
by GA-EPD personnel on July 28, 1975, Stations CH-12, CH-14, CH-10, and
CH-07 all had pH values greater than 8.0. Stations CH-03, CH-05, CH-06,
CH-08, and CH-13 all experienced pH values greater than 8.0 (several greater
than 9.0) within a few months of initial stratification.
During each of the study periods, mean conductivities remained nearly
constant over the entire lake. Mean values at all stations were appreci-
ably greater during the September study period. The greatest values oc-
curred in the hypolimnion at Stations CK-03, CH-08, and CH-13.

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TABLE 17
RANGES AND MEANS FOR pH AND CONDUCTIVITY
ฆ		Conductivity
Station
Group
April
September
April
September
Number
Number
Min-Max (Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
Min-Max(Mean)
CH-12
1
6.4-7.0(6.6)
6.5-6.9(6.8)
38-50(43)
70-86(79)
CH-14
1
6.5-6.9(6.7)
6.4-6.7(6.5)
38-45(41)
72-92(82)
CH-10
1
6.3-6.7(6.5)
6.2-6.6(6.4)
38-47(43)
66-77(72)
CH-07
1
6.4-6.7(6.5)
6.1-7.0(6.3)
35-46(40)
60-77(69)
CH-06
1
6.2-6.7(6.5)
6.0-6.7(6.4)
37-46(40)
66-82(74)
CH-05
1
6.2-6.5(6.4)
5.9-6.6(6.2)
39-45(42)
56-77(69)
CH-03
1
6.2-6.8(6.4)
5.8-6.6(6.2)
38-44(41)
53-122(77)
CH-2.5B
2
6.3-6.7(6.5)
6.3-6.6(6.5)
39-43(41)
70-70(70)
CH-01
2
6.4-6.6(6.5)
6.4-6.7(6.5)
38-44(42)
66-72(70)
CH-09
3
6.5-6.9(6.6)
6.7-7.0(6.9)
28-38(33)
53-72(62)
CH-15
3
6.4-6.7(6.5)
6.4-6.7(6.5)
27-45(34)
65-76(69)
CH-16
4
6.3-6.9(6.6)
6.6-6.7(6.6)
22-35(30)
54-59(57)
CH-04
4
6.4-6.8(6.6)
6.5-6.7(6.6)
23-29(26)
48-59(54)
CH-13
4
6.0-6.8(6.4)
5.9-6.6(6.2)
27-59(38)
61-110(73)
CH-11
5
6.5-6.9(6.7)
6.7-7.1(6.9)
32-40(37)
70-92(83)
NOTE; Stations in each group are arranged in upstream to downstream order.
Group Number Key:
1	- Chattahoochee River, Lake Stations
2	- Chattahoochee River, Downstream Stations
3	- Yellowjacket Creek
4	- Wehadkee Creek
5	- New River

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Solids (Table 18)
As would be expected, the summary of total dissolved solids data
is virtually identical to that for conductivity. Concentrations re-
mained nearly constant at each station but Increased in a downstream
direction during both periods with slightly higher mean values occur-
ring during the September intensive study period.
Mean suspended solid values were noticeably greater during the
April intensive study, showing the expected runoff load during the wet
portion of the year. During both intensive study periods, suspended
solids values decreased from upstream to downstream, demonstrating the
trapping capability of a lake caused by increased settling of suspended
material as water velocity decreased.

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TABLE 18
RANGES AND MEANS FOR SOLIDS
Tqtal Dissolved Solids	Suspended Solids
STATION
Group
April
September
April
September
NUMBER
Number
Max-Min(Mean)
Max-Min(Mean)
Max-Min(Mean)
Max-Min(Mean)
CH-12
1
34-80(47)
58-99(78)
19-174(39)
1-83(28)
CH-14
1
15-48(37)
14-86(53)
42-116(77)
11-34(21)
CH-10
1
24-46(35)
37-50(43)
15-80(48)
8-31(18)
CH-07
1
25-52(38)
4-90(53)
1-32(17)
1-45(14)
CH-06
1
26-69(52)
25-83(67)
2-28(15)
2-45(14)
CH-05
1
18-99(46)
8-82(46)
4-68(24)
1-39(11)
CH-03
1
22-126(55)
27-114(61)
2-41(12)
1-72(17)
CH-2.5B
2
36-110(65)
22-77(50)
2-10(7)
1-14(8)
CH-01
2
35-112(63)
27-83(60)
1-12(7)
27-83(60)
CH-09
3
31-76(53)
45-89(67)
12-68(36)
14-43(27)
CH-15
3
37-72(49)
20-78(57)
6-52(26)
1-14(8)
CH-08
3
29-71(54)
3-134(58)
1-21(63)
3-144(58)
CH-16
4
20-80(48)
38-89(68)
18-68(36)
2-16(12)
CH-04
4
10-55(34)
31-83(54)
12-44(23)
1-7(3)
CH-13
4
30-107(63)
11-81(48)
1-52(16)
1-51(15)
CH-11
5
36-118(56)
45-100(76)
7-50(19)
2-17(11)
NOTE: Stations In each group are arranged in upstream to downstream order.
Group Number Key:
1	- Chattahoochee River, Lake Stations
2	- Chattahoochee River, Downstream Stations
3	- Yellowjacket Creek
4	- Wehadkee Creek
5	- New River

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FUTURE STUDIES
The Waterways Experiment Station, Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg,
Mississippi has prepared a tentative long-range plan of study for fish-
eries and water quality on West Point Lake^S. a. portion of this study
plan, "Proposed Research Program for West Point Lake", can be found in
Appendix D.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection
Division continued their monitoring program outlined in Appendix B-2
through 1976 and plan to continue this program throughout 1977.

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May, 1976,

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APPENDIX A
Point Source Wastewater Discharges
0.1 mgd or Greater Tributary to West
Point Lake Within 120 Miles Upstream
of West Point Dam

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A-2
APPENDIX A
POINT SOURCE WASTEWATER DISCHARGES 0,1 MGD OR GREATER TRIBUTARY TO WEST POINT LAKE WITHIN 120 MILES UPSTREAM OF WEST pdtnt tum
(DATA FURNISHED BY GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. ENVIRONMENTAL PPOTFpttnw irrarv
Facility and
Facility #
WOMU #
Stream
Miles Upst. From Design Flow
West Point Dam	(mgd)	
Status
Treatment
Fulton Co. - Big Cr.
Plant 2233
Cobb Co. Chattahoochee
R. WTP - 2112
Atlanta - RM Clayton WTF
2226
Sonoco Prod. Co. - 1126
GA Power Co. Plants Atkin-
son & McDonough 1123
Atlanta-Harts field Incin-
erator - 2906
Seydell-Woolley and Co. -
1125
Southern RR 1127
Atlanta-Hollywood R.
WTF 2540
Lockheed-GA Co. 1973
Cobb Co.-South Cobb
WTF - 2129
1210
Chattahoochee R.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
1212	Proctor Cr.
1212	Proctor Cr.
1212	Proctor Cr.
1211	Nickajack Cr.
1291	Chattahoochee R.
116.9
107
107
106.7
105.6
105.3
103.9-6
103.9-3.4
103.9-2.6
102-13
100.6
1.4
10.0
80.0
0.6
767.0
3.0
1.3
0.216
1.44
1.5
7.0
8.0
overloaded, plant under construction
>75% capacity
plant under construction overloaded,
expansion under construction (to 120 mgd)
proposed to public system
non-organic waste >75% capacity mostly
cooling water
ash wash
non-organic waste >75% capacity-to be
abandoned
non-organic waste cooling water
non-organic waste
overloaded, excess flow to public system
RM Clayton WTF
activated sludge
activated sludge
activated sludge
settling tanks primary
no treatment
not applicable
<75% capacity
>75% capacity
secondary
secondary
no treatment
not applicable
oil-water separation
solids removal
pH adjustment chemical
precipitation trickling
filter aerated ponds
cyanide destruction
activated sludge

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APPENDIX A (continued)
Facility and	Miles Upst. From
Facility #	WOMU if	Stream	West Point Dam
East Point
water plant
2243
1213
Utoy Creek
91.2-9.5
Atlanta-Utoy Cr.
Plt-2230
1213
Utoy Creek
91.2-1
Cobb Co. Allyson Park-
2098
1214
Noses Creek
87.6-17.:
Cobb Co. Sandtown R. WTF
2139
1214
Olley Creek
22.8
Cobb Co. Westside WTF-
2140
1214
Ward Creek
87.6-25.:
Laaplighter MHP WTF-3107
1214
Noses Creek
86.6-16
Fulton Co.-Camp Cr. Plant
2234
1291
Chattahoochee R.
83.1
Fairburn-Line Creek-2232
1215
Line Creek
82.6-8.6
Union City 2245
1215
Deep Creek
82.6-8.4
Douglasville 2196
1216
Annewakee Cr.
81.0-6.5
Palmetto-2244
1218
Little Bear Creek
74.1-8
GA Power Co. Fit. Yates
1291
Chattahoochee R.
58.1
Nevnan Pit. Mo. 5-2168
1219
Cotton Mill Creek
55.9-12.1
A-3
Design Flow
0.2
Status
non-organic waste
Treatment
solids handling
secondary
30.0
<75% capacity
0,32	to be abandoned at capacity
1.0	overloaded to be abandoned
1.0	>75% capacity to be abandoned
0.131	>75% capacity
15.0	<75% capacity
0.22	<75% capacity
0.25	<75% capacity
1.0	<75% capacity
0.6	<75% capacity
613.2	non-organic waste >75% capacity
0.4	overloaded, to be abandoned
activated sludge
secondary
waste stabilization
pond
trickling filter
trickling filter
activated sludge
activated sludge
activated sludge
activated sludge
activated sludge
activated sludge
no treatment
not applicable
trickling filter

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APPENDIX A (continued)
Facility and
Facility #
WOMU #
Stream
Miles Upst. From
West Point Dam
Newnan Pit. No. 3-2168	1219
Bibb Mfg. Co. Arnco	1219
Mills-1082
Franklin-2293	1292
Franklin Aluminum Co.-	1292
1169
Snake Cr.
Wahoo Cr.
Chattahoochee R.
Chattahoochee R.
55.9-8.5
55.9-4.3
34.6
32.6-1.4
Win. L. Bonnell Co.-1083
1221
Mineral Springs Br.
27-24.5
Newnan Pit. No. 1-2166	1221
Hogansville Plant-2430	1222
LaGrange-Hoganville Roat	1222
Plant 2432
LaGrange-Yellowjacket Cr.	1222
Pit. 2434
LaGrange WTP 2436
1222
Mineral Springs Br.
Yellowjacket Cr.
Shoal Cr .
Yellowjacket Cr.
Yellowjacket Cr.
27-21
13.4-16.8
13.4-11.9
13.4-3.3
13,4-1.5
A-4
Design Flow
(mgd)	Status
0.4	overloaded
0.235	>75% capacity
0.085	discharge to impoundment overloaded
0.225	discharge to impoundment non-organic
waste >75% capacity
1.0	non-organic waste >75% capacity
0.75	<75% capacity
0.5	<75% capacity
0.25	discharge to impoundment <75% capacity
	Treatment	
trickling filter
waste stabilization
pond
activated sludge
pH adjustment chemical
precipitation equiliza-
tion
pH adjustment chemical
precipitation oil-water
separation
activated sludge
activated sludge
trickling filter
1.0
discharge to impoundment overloaded
trickling filter
0.2
non-organic waste <75% capacity
solids handling
secondary

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APPENDIX B-l
Locations of Sampling Stations

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APPENDIX B-l
LOCATIONS OF SAMPLING STATIONS
Station River
No.	Mile
CH-01	306.7 Chattahoochee River - West Point, GA above
U. S. 29, Troup County, GA
CH-01A	307.7 Chattahoochee River - At USGS Gaging Station,
Troup County, GA
CH-02.5B 309.0 Chattahoochee River - At the damsite.
Troup County, GA
CH-03	309.2 Chattahoochee River - Approximately 1,000
ft. upstream from damsite. Troup County, GA
CH-04	314.4 Wehadkee Creek - Relocated State Route 244,
7.3 just east of State Line Road. Troup County, GA
CH-05	316.2 Chattahoochee River - Georgia Hwy. 238, west
of LaGrange, GA, Troupe County, GA
CH-06	321.5 Chattahoochee River - Georgia Hwy. 109, west
of LaGrange, GA, Troupe County, GA
CH-07	323.0 Chattahoochee River - LaGrange water supply
intake station. Troup County, GA
CH-08	321.9 Yellowjacket Creek - Cameron Mill Road on
1.3 County Road S 2098, west of LaGrange, GA
Troup County, GA
CH-08A	321.9 Jackson Creek 100 yds. upstream of confluence
3.7 with Yellow Jacket Creek, northeast of LaGrange,
GA, Troup County, GA
CH-09	321.9 Yellowjacket Creek - Youngs Mill Road north-
13.2 east of LaGrange, GA, Troup County, GA
CH-10	328.0 Chattahoochee River - Georgia Hwy. 219, north-
west of LaGrange, GA, Troup County, GA
CH-11	335.2 New River - U. S. Hwy. 27, south of Franklin,
GA, Heard County, GA
CH-12	343.1 Chattahoochee River - U. S. Hwy. 27, Franklin,
GA, Heard County, GA

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APPENDIX B-l
LOCATIONS OF SAMPLING STATIONS (continued)
B-l-3
Station River
No.	Mile
CH-13	314.4 Wehadkee Creek - Georgia Hwy. 60, west of
0.8 LaGrange, GA, Troup County, GA
CH-13-A 314.4 Veasy Creek at confluence of Stroud Creek,
1.8 just west of Georgia state line, near point
where Oakland Road dead-ends at reservoir
high water line, Chembers County, AL
CH-14	337.8 Chattahoochee River - Confluence with Bush
Creek, Heard County, GA
CH-15	321.9 Yellowjacket Creek - Georgia Hwy. 219.
Troup County, GA
CH-16	314.4 Wehadkee Creek - Confluence w/Gus Creek.
12.5 Chalmers County, AL

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APPENDIX B-2
Sampling Dates
By Agency By Month

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APPENDIX B-2
SAMPLING DATES
BY AGENCY (SEE AGENCY-FOOTNOTE KEY) BY MONTH






1975





Station









Oct.
Nov.
Number
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
April
May
June
July
August
Sept.
WPP








15-19(A)


CH-01



14-18(A)



19(C)
15-19(A)


CH-01A
15(C)
25(C)

8(C)
13(C)

8(C)
17(C)


CH-2.5B

i4-ial/ (a)


7/
4.6.8(B)

23/
24/
CH-03



14-18(A)
19(B)
9,27(B)
14-29(B)
11.29(B)
13/
8(B)
137b)
CH-04



15-18(A)




15-19 (A)
7 (B)

CH-05



14~18(A)
19(B)
9.27(B)
14-28(B)
11.28(B)
14/

CH-06



14-18 (A)
19(B)
9.26(B)
14-28(B)
11,28(B)
15/
7(B)

CH-07
15(C)
25(C)

2/
hJ
10.26(B)
8/

16/
7(B)
12(B)
CH-LG



14-18 (A)



19-21(B)


CH-DM



14~18(A)




14-19(A)


CH-08



14-18 (A)
20(B)
10.26(B)
14-28 (B)
12.28(B)
17/
7(B)
12(B)
CH-08A



16.17(A)




24.25(B)


CH-09



14-18(A)




12-19(A)


CH-10



14-18 (A)
20(B)
10.26(B)
15-28(B)
12.29(E)
18/
7(B)
12(B)
CH-11



14-18(A)



15-19 (A)


CH-12
22(D)
20(D)
20(D)
3/
5/
6/
I!
11/
19/

12(B)
CH-13



14-18(A)
19(B)
9.27(B)

11.29(B)
20/
8(B)

CR-13A



16-18 (A)







CH-14



15-18(A)

26(B)
14.29(B)

21/
7(B)
12(B)
CH-15



14-18(A)




22/


CH-16



14-18(A)




15-19(A)


Footnotes
1/ Inclusive dates
V 14~18(A>; 8(C)
3/ 14-18(A); 20(D)
4/ 20(B); 13(C)
1/ 20(B); 22(D)
6/ 10.27(B); 26(D)
7/ 8-17, 21-24, 28(B)
8/ 14-28(B); 8(C)
9/ 3,8,I5jl7,20,23,25,29,31(B); 28(C)
T&/ 12,28(8); 19(C)
11/ 2,5,7,10,12,13,15,21,26,29(B); 19(C)
12/ 15-19(A); 4,5,11,23,25,30(6); 8(C)
13/ 14-20,25(A); 8,24(B)
14/ 15-20,25(A); 24(B)
15/ 16.19.20(A); 24(B)
16/ 15-2(5(A) ; 8.24(B) •, 16(C)
17/ 15-19(A) ; 9,24,25(B)
18/ 15-19(A); 8(B)
19/ 14-19(A); 3,7,8,9,11,25,29(B); 16(C)
20/ 16-20,25(A); 8.24(B)
21/ 15-19(A); 8(B)
22/ 15-19(A) ; 25(B)
23/ 2,7,8,9,28,30(B)
247 4 ,6,13,18W
(A)	Surveillance and Analysis Division, EPA, Region IV
(B)	Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources. Environmental Protection nivisinn
(C)	U. S. Geological Survey
(D)	City of Atlanta

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APPENDIX C-l
Chattahoochee River Discharges
Whitesburg, Georgia and West Point, Georgia

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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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25
26
27
28
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31
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APPENDIX C-l
Chattahoochee River Discharges
United States Department of Interior - Geological Survey - Water Resources Division
Table Printed 11-07-75
Chattahoochee River Near Whitesburg, GA	Number 02338000
Drainage Area 2,430.00 Sq Mi
Discharge, in Cubic Feet Per Second
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
4,540
3,270
3,980
7,840
4,060
3,090
2,860
4,020
2,350
2,860
3,150
3,790
10,500
6,400
2,800
3,400
3,830
2,190
3,370
3,170
3,020
16,500
6,900
4,090
3,050
2,530
2,910
6,040
15,200
4,510
10,800
8,190
5,450
3,090
2,190
4,210
3,920
19,700
5,540
9,560
4,210
5,360
2,880
3,320
5,770
2,740
17,800
5,540
8,990
5,610
5,400
2,420
4,480
3,250
2,400
8,830
3,940
6,210
7,410
5,640
3,070
5,030
1,980
3,440
5,560
3,480
7,800
11,200
4,880
2,970
6,150
2,320
4,740
3,900
3,140
8,800
9,710
2,870
3,250
5,090
2,240
4,100
3,370
2,660
10,400
8,220
2,860
3,220
2,890
2,960
10,800
3,690
4,070
9,400
4,510
5,400
4,640
5,380
4,130
7,120
4,760
5,220
8,920
3,010
8,760
2,960
5,420
3,540
9,420
3,900
14,700
8,440
5,090
5,770
2,150
4,170
3,640
6,170
3,810
33,400
6,110
6,240
4,670
1,880
4,460
2,320
4,730
2,900
33,900
11,400
4,690
3,100
2,420
5,480
1,920
3,200
4,470
23,800
10,000
6,950
2,370
2,490
4,640
2,120
2,670
11,700
12,700
9,280
9,350
2,530
2,910
3,530
3,870
3,030
8,900
12,400
8,130
7,950
3,900
3,180
1,970
5,090
2,720
9,910
20,300
6,920
4,330
4,400
2,980
2,760
6,830
2,670
7,470
15,300
4,050
5,980
5,240
2,170
2,910
5,390
2,890
7,600
11,500
3,160
7,940
4,870
3,060
2,750
3,460
3,580
4,790
10,200
4,260
7,770
3,180
2,500
2,440
2,540
3,190
4,620
9,490
3,800
7,730
2,200
2,690
2,730
3,200
2,620
7,030
10,300
3,670
7,370
2,060
3,480
2,130
3,490
7,910
8,150
14,200
3,850
3,770
2,680
6,540
1,670
2,490
9,130
5,220
11,100
4,820
2,450
2,970
5,270
2,160
2,940
5,340
4,570
9,910
4,050
2,980
2,790
3,230
3,960
2,740
4,190
4,220
9,340
3,500
3,410
2,060
2,870
7,220
2,170
3,150
—
9,090
5,010
3,780
2,750
3,820
4,820
2,000
3,440
—
6,800
4,360
3,570
2,180
4,200
3,230
2,220
3,190
—
5,730
—
3,100
—
3,950
2,020
—
139,310
191,660
323,050
220,530
183,880
116,320
99,600
115,440
96,280
4,494
6,845
10,420
7,351
5,932
3,877
3,213
3,724
3,209
10,800
19,700
33,900
16,500
11,200
8,760
6,540
7,220
6,830
2,400
2,900
2,660
3,160
2,450
2,060
1,880
1,670
1,920

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day
i
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
tot,
meai
max
min
(+>
C-l-3
APPENDIX C-l (Continued)
United States Department of Interior - Geological Survey - Water Resources Division
Table Printed 11-18-75
Chattahoochee River at West Point, GA	Number 02339500
Drainage Area 3,550.00 Sq Mi
Discharge, in Cubic Feet Per Second
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
7,110
3,280
6,460
9,450
944
1,050
4,760
10,200
5,180
5,620
2,370
5,270
15,200
837
6,840
4,680
5,320
4,700
3,240
4,460
4,100
44,400
857
6,880
4,660
1,090
5,570
5,040
13,200
4,600
29,300
743
8,440
4,700
6,320
7,470
8,680
27,300
6,520
15,200
2,600
8,440
1,090
6,040
1,160
5,870
26,600
8,370
13,600
1,100
8,330
1,080
6,100
1,970
4,220
18,600
5,730
12,000
1,290
1,060
5,470
9,420
1,970
6,110
8,660
5,740
10,300
1,540
908
7,580
7,730
6,620
8,440
6,980
5,020
10,300
1,200
4,740
9,100
4,240
4,690
6,380
5,260
5,610
15,000
683
5,470
8,640
1,400
2,990
12,200
4,680
6,430
15,400
663
6,230
8,670
7,980
7,120
22,000
9,460
9,030
17,600
5,420
12,100
970
10,700
5,460
15,900
7,800
12,200
12,100
2,580
16,300
767
11,700
3,450
13,500
6,910
35,300
14,100
656
5,140
4,460
7,280
2,040
7,740
5,060
40,500
20,600
1,100
1,080
4,550
8,520
5,320
6,350
9,110
42,900
20,200
2,160
6,700
4,880
4,540
5,550
3,880
23,700
30,500
17,100
896
6,620
5,380
1,000
2,710
3,420
28,800
21,200
12,100
731
6,600
5,550
6,110
5,710
4,140
22,800
33,600
9,620
786
6,610
1,110
6,610
5,680
5,880
17,600
29,200
7,000
3,550
6,660
1,020
8,570
1,980
4,610
8,140
17,800
7,160
4,550
1,110
4,660
7,730
1,930
4,750
11,800
14,100
7,690
6,180
1,060
4,740
5,490
8,110
4,870
8,880
13,400
6,850
5,680
5,130
6,270
956
5,710
5,670
11,000
15,100
6,200
2,530
5,140
6,560
921
6,210
8,010
13,700
20,700
4,910
652
5,110
6,390
5,690
5,730
18,600
10,400
17,400
6,470
4,690
5,200
1,120
5,090
5,450
10,000
5,630
13,500
5,840
5,050
5,250
1,080
5,750
1,980
6,460
6,250
12,700
5,830
5,060
1,120
7,180
5,470
1,920
5,270
—
11,700
7,190
5,190
1,100
7,400
6,020
5,020
4,060
—.
12,100
2,500
5,160
4,700
7,480
2,120
6,760
5,520
—
9,530
—
4,220
—
7,420
2,080
—
233,540
327,350
476,310
381,210
79,298
161,108
149,417
178,287
136,160
7,534
11,690
15,360
12,710
2,558
5,370
4,820
5,751
4,539
22,000
28,800
42,900
44,400
6,180
16,300
9,100
11,700
8,110
3,240
2,370
4,100
2,500
652
908
767
921
1,160
+3
+47
-3
+139
+5,536
+47
+181
-301
-145

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APPENDIX C-2
Water Quality Data - Post Impoundment Study
West Point Lake, Georgia

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APPENDIX C-2
•ซ•ซ•ซ••ซ•••*ป•ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE, GEORGIA
AGENCY PRIMARY STATION SECONDARY
121939-B
CH-DM
121939-
•A
CH-LG
121939-A
CH-LG
010020

CH-WPP
010020

CH-WPP
121910-
A
CH-01A
121912

CH-02.5B
121913

CH-03
121916

CH-04
121920

CH-05
121938

CH-06
121939

CH-07
121940

CH-08
121942

CH-08A
121945

CH-09
121960

CH-10
121980

CH-11
121992

CH-12
121992

CH-12
121915

CH-13
010022

CH-13A
121988

CH-14
121943

CH-15
010024

CH-16
121910

CH-01
STATION LOCATION
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT D-M MILLS
CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP
CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI
CHATTAHOOCHEE R WESTPT ABOV US29
CHATTAHOOCHEE R NEAR DAM
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT
WEHADKEE CR HWY 244 W LAGRANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HYI09 W LAGRA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT
YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR
JACKSON CR NW OF LAGRANGE
YELLOW JACKET CR NE OF LAGRANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY 219 NW LAG
NEW R US 27 S OF FRANKLIN
CHATTAHOOCHEE R US 27, FRANKLIN
CHATTAHOOCHEE R US 27, FRANKLIN
WEHAOKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE
VEASEY CR AT CONFLUENCE STROUD C
CHATTAHOOCHEE R MO OF BRUSH CR
YELLOW JACKET CR AT HW 219
WEHADKEE CR NR BELOW GUS CREEK
CHATTAHOOCHEE R WESTPT ABOV US29
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STATE
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
17
ALABAMA
17
ALABAMA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
49
GEORGIA
49
GEORGIA
49
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
17
ALABAMA
49
GEORGIA
85
GEORGIA
17
ALABAMA
85
GEORGIA
MINOR BASIN
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE
CHATTAHOOCHEE

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00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400
00403
00*10
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045
01055
31616
00003
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077
00745
31501
00940
00620
00720
00951
01002
01007
01027
01034
01042
01051
01077
01092
01147
38260
39330
39350
39370
39380
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APPENDIX C-2
ซปปซ*ซป*•ซซ•*ซซซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
DESCRIPTION
CODE NO FOR AGENCY COLLECTING SAMPLE-SEE APPEND.
TEMPERATURE, WATER {DEGREES CENTIGRADE)
TURBIDITY, (JACKSON CANOLE UNITS)
COLOR (PLATINUM-COBALT UNITS)
SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (UMHOS/CM 25C)
OXYGEN, DISSOLVED (MG/L)
BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND (MG/L, 5 DAY - 20DE6 C)
PM (STANDARD UNITS)
PH (STANDARD UNITS) LAB
ALKALINITY, TOTAL (MG/L AS CAC03)
NITROGEN, AMMONIA, TOTAL (MG/L AS N)
NITRITE PLUS NITRATE, TOTAL 1 DET. (MG/L AS N)
PHOSPHORUS, TOTAL (MG/L AS P)
CARBON* TOTAL ORGANIC (MG/L AS C)
HARDNESS, TOTAL (MG/L AS CAC03)
IRON, TOTAL (UG/L AS Fฃ)
MANGANESE, TOTAL (UG/L AS MN)
FECAL COLIFORM,MEMBR FILTER,M-FC 8R0THป44.5 C
DEPTH IN FEET
RESIDUE, TOTAL (MG/L)
RESIDUE, TOTAL FILTRABLE (DRIED AT 105C),MG/L
RESIDUE, TOTAL NONFILTRA8LE (MG/L)
NITROGEN, KJELDAHL, TOTAL, (MG/L AS N)
IRON, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS FE>
MANGANESE, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS MN)
TEMPERATURE, AIR (DEGREES CENTIGRADE)
PHOSPHORUSt DISSOLVED IMG/L AS P)
SULFATE, TOTAL (M6/L AS S04)
CHLOROPHYLL A UG/L FLUOROMETRIC CORRECTED
TRANSPARENCY, SECCHI DISC (INCHES)
SULFIDE, TOTAL (MG/L AS S)
COLIFORM.TOT.MEMBRANE FILTER,IMMED.M-ENDO MED,35C
CHLORIDE (MG/L AS CD
NITRATE NITROGEN, TOTAL (MG/L AS N)
CYANIDE, TOTAL (MG/L AS CN)
FLUORIDE* TOTAL (MG/L AS F)
ARSENIC, TOTAL (U6/L AS AS)
BARIUM* TOTAL (UG/L AS BA)
CADMIUM, TOTAL (UG/L AS CD)
CHROMIUM* TOTAL (UG/L AS CR)
COPPER* TOTAL (UG/L AS CU)
LEAD* TOTAL (UG/L AS PB)
SILVER* TOTAL (UG/L AS AG)
ZINC* TOTAL (UG/L AS ZN)
SELENIUM* TOTAL (UG/L AS SE)
METHYLENE BLUE ACTIVE SUBST. (DETERGENTS, ETC.)
ALORIN IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
CHLORDANE IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/D
DDT IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
DIELDRIN IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)

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39390
39400
39410
39420
39480
39730
39760
39782
71900
00094
00910
00929
00937
00003
C-2-4
APPENOIX C-2
•*•••••ซ•••••••#•
water quality data-post impoundment study
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
DESCRIPTION
ENDRIN IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
TOXAPHENE IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
HEPTACHLOR IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
HEPTACHLOR EPOXIDE IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
METHOXYCHLOR IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
2ป4-D IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/LI
SILVEX IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
LINDANE IN WHOLE WATER SAMPLE (UG/L)
MERCURY, TOTAL (UG/L AS HG)
SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE.FIELD (UMHOS/CM P 25C)
CALCIUM (MG/L AS CAC03)
SODIUM, TOTAL (MG/L AS NA>
POTASSIUM, TOTAL MG/L AS K)
DEPTH IN FEET

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APPENDIX C—2	C-2-5
ซซซปซซซซ*ซ#ซปซซซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEป GEORGIA
STATION - CH-
01

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R WESTPT
A80V U529
CHATTAHOOCHEE







00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURb
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
date
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750414
1915


1
ฃ000
14.0
24
30
38
7.4
1.4
750415
1450


1
2000
13.0
25
25
43
7.2
1.7
750416
1445


1
2000
14.0
21
25
41
9.6
0.6
750417
1600


1
2000
14.0
25
35
44
7.4
1.1
750418
0700


1
2000
14.0
26
40
41
7.4
1.2
750915
1530


1
2000
25.0
10
40
72
3.8
2.5
750916
1340


1
2000
25.0
4K
20
70
4.2

750917
1445


1
2Q00
25.0
6
60
70
3.8

750918
1530


1
2000
25.0
6
35
70
3.2

750919
0920


1
2000
23.5
4
30
66
5.5





00003
00027
00400
00410
00500
00515
00530
00610




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
T ALK
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
NH3-N





AGENCY

CAC03
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
date
TIME
FEET
COOE
SU
MG/L
M6/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
750414
1915


1
2000
6.5
13
70
61
9
0.04
750415
1450


1
2000
6.4
16
68
59
9
0.04
750416
1445


1
2000
6.6
18
36
35
1
0.05
750417
1600


1
2000
6.4
15
114
112
2
0.09
750418
0700


1
2000
6.5
13
60
48
12
0.05
750915
1530


1
2000
6.4
19
92
81
11
0.27
750916
1340


1
2000
6.5
20
54
46
8
0.23
750917
1445


1
20 00
6.4
26
32
27
5
0.38
750918
1530


1
2000
6.4
28
70
61
9
0.31
750919
0920


1
2000
6.7
19
86
83
3
0.24




00003
00027
00625
00630
00665
00666
00680
00900




DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT KJEL
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
PHOS-DIS
T ORG C
TOT HARD





AGENCY
N
N-TOTAL


C
CAC03
DATE
TIME
date
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L P
M6/L
MG/L
750414
1915


1
2000
0.18
0.31
0.06

2.3
10
750415
1450


1
2000
0.23
0.31
0.06

2.3
11
750416
1445


1
2000
0.26
0.30
0.06

1.5
11
750417
1600


1
2000
0.30
0.31
0.06

1.8
8
750418
0700


1
2000
0.23
0.31
0.08

2.3

750915
1530


1
2000
0.46
0.01K
0.05
0.02
3.3
18
750916
1340


1
2000
0.35
O.OlK
0.04
0.02
2.6
17
750917
*1445


1
2000
0.59
0.01
0.06
0.03
2.6
17
750918
1530


1
2000
0.65
0.04
0.05
0.02
3.3
16
750919
0920


1
2000
0.35
0.04
0.04
0.02
2.9
16

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616
COL I
FCBR
>0ML
590
80
55
100
110
5K
2K
34
2K
4
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•ปซซซซซ•ซ••*ปซปซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R WESTPT A80V US29 CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
00945
SULFATE
S04-T0T
MG/L
01045
IRON
FE.TOT
UG/L
01046
IRON
FE.DISS
UG/L
01055
MANGNESE
MN
UG/L
01056
MANGNESE
MNปDISS
UG/L
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
850
750
750
800
900
1200
1027
1815
1294
794
255
240
240
594
496
1140
609
190
110
135
125
135
140
480
385
648
628
332
120
105
130
441
393
634
623
318

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APPENDIX C-2
**ซซ•ซซปซ••*••••*
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-01A	CHATTAHOOCHEE R WESTPT A80V US29 CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
oooao
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750115
1010


1
13
5.0
33
70
50
10.6
0.4
750225
0945


1
13
10.5
62
90
39
10.0
0.8
750408
1645


1
13
14.0
44
120
38
8.0
0.5
750513
1640


1
13
21.5
12
30
55
6.3
0.6
750708
1335


1
13
23.0
82
150
38
5.5
0.4
750819
1415


1
13
27.0
7
5
70
2.4
0.8
750917
1245


1
13
24.0
6
25
64
3.9
1.8




00003
00027
00400
00403
00410
00610
00630
00665




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
LAB
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT





AGENCY

PH
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
750115
1010


1
13
6.6
7.0
16
0.04
0.28
0.07
750225
0945


1
13
6.1
6.8
9
0.02K
0.18
0.07
750408
1645


1
13
6.8
6.7
11
0.08
0.22
0.07
750513
1640


1
13
6.8
6.9
17
0.05
0.20
0.02
750708
1335


1
13
6.7
6.6
11
0.11
0.07
0.09
750819
1415


1
13
6*6
6.7
22
0.29
0.02K
0.03
750917
1245


1
13

6.7
23
0.34
0.02
0.06




00003
00027
00680
00900
01045
01055
31616





DEPTH
COLLECT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI






AGENCY
C
CAC03
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FC8R

DATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML

750115
1010


1
13
3.0
14
1400
120
750

750225
0945


1
13
4.0
12
2500
no
430

750*08
1645


1
13
4.0
11


230

750513
1640


1
13
3.0
18
1200
250
36

750708
1335


1
13
17.0
12
4500
380
1500

750819
1415


1
13
3.0
18
1100
580
36

750917
1245


1
13
3.0
18
1820
570
36


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C-2-8
APPENDIX C-2
•••••*••••ซ•••*ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-02.5B	CHATTAHOOCHEE R NEAR DAM CHATTAHOOCHEE



00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400



DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH




AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MJCROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
su
750414 2900


1
2000
14.5
24
30
39
8.4
1.3
6.3
750415 1520


1
2000
13.0
23
25
43
7.2
0.8
6.4
750416 1515


1
2000
14.0
20
30
41
9.2
0.8
6.7
750417 1630


1
2000
14.0
26
35
41
7.2
0.6
6.4
750418 07*6


1
2000
13.0
27
45
39
7.2
1.2
6.5
750708 0930


1
13
25.5



2.5


750709 0930


1
13
25.0



2.1


750710 0830


1
13
25.5



3.9


750710 0845


1
13
25.5



2.9


750711 0940


1
13
25.0



2.3


750714 0800


1
13
26.5



3.5


750715 0800


1
13
27.0



5.0


750716 1100


1
13
26.5



4.7


750717 0800


1
13
26.5



4.6


750721 0845


1
13
26.5



4.2


750722 1015


1
13
26.5



3.7


750722 1515


1
13
26.5



2.6


750724 0830


1
13
26.5



2.5


750724 1300


1
13
25.0



1 .3


750726 0745


1
23
27.0



4.0


750804 1015


1
13
26.0



2.6


750804 1530


1
13
26.5



3.2


750806 0830


1
13
26.0



2.4


750806 1315


1
13
25.5



2.6


750808 0830


1
13
25.5



2.5


750904 0815


1
13
27.5



4.0


750904 1430


1
13
27.5



2.8


750905 0830


1
13
27.5



4.2


750908 0800


1
13
26.5



2.9


750908 1500


1
13
26.5



2.7


750908 1630


1
13
27.0



2.7

6.7
7S0911 0845


1
13
25.0



0.5


750915 1650


1
2000
25.5
5
35
70
4.4
3.2
6.6
750916 1500


1
2000
26.0
4K
20
70
4.6

6.5
750917 1515


1
2000
25.0
4K
30
70
4.4

6.6
750918 1615


1
2000
25.5
6
30
70
3.5

6.4
750919 0735


1
2000
23.5
4K
20
70
3.6

6.3
750923 0845


3
13
23.0



3.0


750925 0910


3
13
22.0



1.6


750925 1610


3
13
23.0



1.3


750930 1245


3
13
22.5



5.3


751002 0830


3
13
21.0



6.6


751002 1430


3
13
21.5



7.6


751007 0845


3
13
20.0



5.2





3
\3
20.0



S.fe



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C-2-9
APPENDIX C-2
•••••ซซ**ซ•ป•••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-02.5B	CHATTAHOOCHEE R NEAR OAM CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
800
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75100B
0915


1
13
20.8



5.2

6.0
751009.
0835


3
13
16.5



5.8


751099
1505


3
13
21.0



6.0


751028
0830


3
13
19.0



6.5


751028
1500


3
13
19.5



8.1


751030
0845


3
13
18.5



8.4


T5l030
1530


3
13
20.0



6.3


751104
1130


3
13
18.5



5.8


751104
1530


3
13
19.0



6.2


751106
0845


3
13
16.0



5.3


751106
1345


3
13
18.0



5.0


751113
0815


1
13
18.1



6.6

5.5
751118
0845


3
13
16.0



5.5


751118
1600


3
13
16.0



6.6






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FE ป TOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750*14
2900


I
2000
14
0.05
0.32
0.05
2.3
10
900
750415
1520


1
2000
17
0.04
0.31
0.06
1.1
11
750
750416
1515



2000
17
0.04
0.31
0.06
1.5
10
662
750417
t#30


1
2000
15
0.05
0.30
0.06
1.2
8
850
750418
ซ?*6


1
2000
14
0.05
0.29
0.06
2.3

800
750908
>630


1
13

0.39
0.02
0.04



750915
1650


1
2000
22
0.15
0.01K
0.03
2.9
18
608
750916
1500


1
2000
20
0.17
0.01K
0.04
2.6
17
636
TS0917
1515


1
2000
20
0.17
0.01
0.03
2.9
17
670
750918
1615


1
2000
23
0.30
0.03
0.05
2.9
16
1384
750919
0735


1
2000
19
0.23
0.03
0.03
2.6
16
1397
751008
0915


1
13

0.20
0.36
0.03



751113
0815


1
13

0.05
0.32
0.03







00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625





DEPTH
COLLECT
MAN6NESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL






AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
U6/L
/1O0ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L

750414
2000


1
2000
120
10
76
69
7
0.26

750415
1520


1
2000
135
55
52
43
9
0.23

750416
1515


1
2000
125
34



0.23

750417
1630


1
2000
160
95
112
110
2
0.78

750418
0746


1
2000
135
112
46
36
10
0.30

750915
1650


1
2000
305
5K
86
76
10
0.40


-------
C-2-10
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•*•ซ••••ซ••ซซ•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-02.5B
CHATTAHOOCHEE R NEAR DAM CHATTAHOOCHEE


00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625


DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL



AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
DATE
time
DATE TIME FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
750916
1500
1
2000
315
2K
48
45
3
0.30
750917
1515
1
2000
280
2K
30
29
1
0.39
750918
1615
1
2000
525
2K
36
22
14
0.61
750919
0735
1
2000
388
2K
88
77
9
0.37
751008
0915
1
13

30K




DATE TIME
750414
750415
750416
750417
750418
750708
750709
750710
750710
750711
750714
750715
750716
750717
750721
750722
750722
750724
750724
750728
750804
750804
750806
750806
750808
750904
750904
750905
750908
750908
750908
750911
750915
2000
1520
1515
1630
0746
0930
0930
0830
0845
0940
0800
0800
1100
0800
0845
1015
1515
0830
1300
0745
1015
1530
0830
1315
0830
0815
1430
0830
0800
1500
1630
0845
1650
ISOO
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
2000
2000
01046
IRON
FEtDISS
UG/L
415
225
225
225
01056
MANGNESE
MNปDISS
UG/L
110
130
115
00020
AIR
TEMP
CENT
28.5
29.0
23.0
23.5
23.0
22.5
22.0
25.0
22.5
24.0
26.0
32.5
24.0
30.0
22.5
26.0
32.5
24.0
25.0
23.0
22.5
40.0
21.0
21.0
33.0
29.0
20.0
00666
PHOS-DIS
MG/L P
0.04
00945
SULFATE
S04-T0T
MG/L
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
210
296
239
227
0.03
0.02
0.02
32209
CHLRPHYL
A
UG/L
8
2K

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C-2-11
APPENDIX C-2
ซ••ซ•••••ซ•ซ•ป••*
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE, GEORGIA
STATION - CH-02.5B	CHATTAHOOCHEE R NEAR DAM CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
010*6
01056
00020
00666 009*5
32209




DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MAN6NESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS SULFATE
CHLRPHYL





AGENCY
FE.DISS
MN.DISS
TEMP
SO*-TOT
A
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P MG/L
UG/L
750917
1515


1
2000
231
20*

0.02 2K

750918
1615


1
2000
818
515

0.03 2K

750919
0735


1
2000
108
1*2

0.02 2K

750923
08*5


3
13


19.0


750925
0910


3
13


1*.S


750925
1610


3
13


19.0


750930
12*5


3
13


23.0


751002
0830


3
13


17.0


751002
1*30


3
13


29.0


751007
08*5


3
13


20.0


751007
1530


3
13


22.0


751008
0915


1
13


21.3

M
•
o
CD
751009
0835


3
13


20.0


751009
1505


3
13


28.5


751028
0830


3
13


17.0


751028
1500


3
13


27.0


751030
08*5


3
13


1*.0


751030
1530


3
13


24.0


75110*
1130


3
13


27.0


75110*
1530


3
13


25.0


751106
08*5


3
13


18.0


751106
13*5


3
13


27.0


751113
0815


1
13



0.02
3.19
751118
08*5


3
13


11.0


751118
1600


3
13


22.0



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C-2-X2
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750*1*
1730


1
2000
15.0
28
45
38
4.8
0.8
6.3
750414
1735


60
2000
15.0
43
50
42

0.8
6.3
750415
1725


1
2000
15.0
20
40
44
6.6
0.5
6.4
750415
1730


45
2000
14.5



6.5


750415
1731


58
2000

28
45
42

0.5
6.2
750416
1840


1
2000
14.8
18
35
40
8.0
1.2

750416
1841


6
2000
15.5



7.1


750416
1842


11
2000
15.0



6.9


750416
1843


16
2000
14.8



6.9


750416
1844


21
2000
14.5



6.8


750416
1845


26
2000
14.5



6.8


750416
1846


31
2000
14.5



6.8


750416
1847


36
2000
14.5



6.8


750416
1848


39
2000
14.5



6.8


750416
1849


44
2000
14.5



6.7


750416
1856


60
2000

23
40
38

0.6
6.5
750417
0845


1
2000
14.8
23
45
41
7.6
0.8
6.6
750417
0846


6
2000
14.8



7.5


750417
0847


11
2000
14.8



7.1


7.50417
0848


16
2000
14.5



7.0


750417
0849


21
2000
14.5



7.0


750417
0850


26
2000
14.3



6.8


750417
0851


31
2000
14.3



6.8


750417
0852


36
2000
14.3



6.7


750417
0853


41
2000
14.3



6.7


750417
0854


44
2000
14.3



6.7


750417
0855


65
2000
14.3
40
50
41
6.8
0.9
6.4
750418
0750


1
2000
15.0
29
40
39
7.6
1.0
6.8
750418
0751


6
2000
14.8



7.5


750418
0752


11
2000
15.0



7.3


750418
0753


16
2000
14.0



6.8


750418
0754


21
2000
14.5



6.8


750418
0755


26
2000
14.5



6.8


750418
0756


31
2000
14.5



6.7


750418
0757


36
2000
14.5



6.7


750418
0758


41
2000
14.5



6.7


750418
0759


46
2000
14.3



6.7


750418
0800


53
2000

30
45
41

0.7
6.4
750519
1330


1
13
26.5



11.8

6.2
750519
1331


6
13
24.5



13.0

6.6
750519
1332


11
13
23.0



10.8


750519
1333


13
13
22.5



10.1


750519
1334


16
13
22.5



7.2

6.5
750519
1335


18
13
20.5



2.0



1336


21
13
20.0



0.9



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C-2-13
APPENDIX C-2
ปซ••ซซ••ซซ**ซปซซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
00010
WATER
TEMP
CENT
00070
TURB
JKSN
OTU
00080
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
00095
CNDUCTVY
AT 25C
MICROMHO
00300
DO
MG/L
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
00400
PH
SU
750519
1337
23
13
19.5
0.7

750519
1338
26
13
19.5
0.6

750519
1339
31
13
19.0
0.5

750519
13*0
36
13
18.0
0.1

750519
13*1
*1
13
18.0
O.IK

750519
13*2
*6
13
17.0
O.IK
6.5
750609
1**0
1
13
30.0
8.5
8.3
750609
1**1
6
13
28.0
8.0

750609
1**2
11
13
26.5
7.7
0.2
750609
1**3
1*
13
26.0
*.*

750609
1***
16
13
26.0
3.2
6.6
750609
1**5
18
13
2*.5
0.1

750609
1**6
21
13
23.5
0.1

750609
1**7
26
13
21.5
0.1

750609
1**8
31
13
21.0
0.1

750609
1**9
36
13
20.5
0.0

750609
1*50
*2
13
20.0
0.0

750627
1010
1
13
27.5
6.*
6.9
750627
1011
6
13
28.0
6.3

750627
1012
11
13
27.5
6.2

750627
1013
13
13
27.5
6.2

750627
101*
16
13
27.5
6.2

750627
1015
19
13
27.0
3.6

750627
1016
21
13
27.0
2.5

750627
1017
26
13
26.0
0.1

750627
1018
31
13
2*.5
0.0

750627
1019
36
13
23.5
0.0
6.*
750627
1020
*1
13
22.5
0.0

7$07l*
1*30
1
13
28.0
7.7
7.6
750714
1*31
6
13
28.0
6.7

75071*
1*32
11
13
27.5
6.5

75071*
1*33
1*
13
27.0
5.8
6.8
75071*
1*3*
16
13
27.0
5.2

75071*
1*35
18
13
27.0
3.7

75071*
1*36
21
13
27.0
2.6
6.*
75071*
1*37
23
13
26.5
0.*

75071*
1*38
26
13
26.5
0.2

75071*
1*39
31
13
25.0
0.1

75071*
1**0
36
13
2*.5
0.0

75071*
1**1
*1
13
23.5
0.0

750729
0820
1
13
27.5
6.7
6.8
750729
0821
6
13
27.5
6.6

750729
0B22
11
13
27.8
6.6

750729
0823
13
13
28.0
6.3

750729
082*
16
13
27.8
*.9


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C-2-M
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•••••••*••••ป•••
MATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
00010
HATER
TEMP
CENT
00070
TURB
JKSN
JTU
00080
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
00095
CNDUCTVY
AT 25C
MICROMHO
00300
DO
MG/L
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
00400
PH
SU
750729
0825
18
13
27.5
3.4
750729
0826
21
13
27.0
0.1
750729
0827
31
13
26.0
O.IK
750729
0828
41
13
24.5
O.IK
750729
0829
45
13
24.0
O.IK
750811
1615
1
13
28.0
7.7
750811
1616
6
13
27.5
6.7
750811
1617
11
13
27.1
6.1
750811
1618
16
13
27.1
5.7
750811
1619
21
13
27.0
5.6
750811
1620
23
13
27.0
5.5
750811
1621
24
13
27.0
5.2
750811
1622
24
13
27.0

750811
1623
25
13
27.0
2.1
750811
1624
26
13
27.0
2.8
750811
1625
26
13
26.9
1.0
750811
1626
27
13
26.8
0.5
750811
1627
28
13
26.7
0.2
750811
1628
31
13
26.7
O.IK
750829
0830
1
13
29.0
6.9
750829
0831
6
13
29.5
6.9
750829
0832
11
13
29.5
6.8
750829
0833
16
13
29.5
6.8
750829
0834
21
13
29.5
6.5
750829
0835
23
13
27.5
0.1
750829
0836
26
13
27.5
0.1
750829
0837
31
13
26.0
0.1
750829
0838
36
13
25.5
0.1
750829
0839
41
13
25.0
O.IK
750829
0840
45
13
25.0
O.IK
750908
1730
1
13
29.0
6.2
750908
1731
6
13
29.0
6.2
750908
1732
11
13
29.0
6.1
750908
1733
16
13
28.5
5.1
750908
1734
21
13
28.0
4.5
750908
1735
23
13
28.0
4.1
750908
1736
26
13
28.0
0.2
750908
1737
31
13
26.5
O.IK
750908
1738
36
13
26.0
O.IK
750908
1739
41
13
25.5
O.IK
750914
1930
4
2000
27.0
6.1
750914
1931
7
2000
27.0
6.0
750914
1932
11
2000
27.0
5.8
750914
1933
14
2000
27.0
5.6


la
2000
27.0
5.3
6.0
7.5
7.1
6.6
7.1
6.4
7.2
7.3

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C-2-15
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY




WEST POINT
LAKE* GEORGIA





STATION - CH-03
CHATTAHOOCHEE
R AT MAPLE CR MOUT
CHATTAHOOCHEE






00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400


DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

OATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75091*
1935
21
2000
26.8



5.0


75091*
1936
25
2000
26.8



*.8


75091*
1937
28
2000
26.8



4.6


75091*
1938
32
2000
26.7



*.3


75091*
1939
35
2000
25.2



0.5


75091*
19*0
39
2000
2*.9



0.3


75091*
19*1
*2
2000
2*.5



0.2


75091*
19*2
**
2000
2*.3



0.2


75091*
19*3
50
2000
2*.l



0.2


750915
2000
1
2000
26.0
*K
20
70
5.1
0.3
6.4
750915
2001
6
2000
26.0



*.8


750915
2002
11
2000
26.0



*.8


750915
2003
16
2000
26.0



5.0


750915
200*
21
2000
26.0



4.8


750915
2005
26
2000
26.0



4.8


750915
2006
31
2000
26.0



4.8


750915
2007
36
2000
26.0



4.7


750915
2008
*1
2000
26.0
*K
25
75
4.7
1.3
6.2
750915
2009
*6
2000
25.0
8
60
75
O.IK
2.7
6.2
750915
2010
51
2000

*K
20
70

0.7
6.3
750915
2011
60
2000






6.2
750915
2012
79
2000

1*
350
108

3.4

750916
1910
1
2000
26.0
*K
20
60
5.0

6.6
750916
1911
6
2000
26.0



4.8


750916
1912
11
2000
26.0



4.7


750916
1913
16
2000
26.0



4.6


750916
191*
21
2000
26.0



4.5


750916
1915
26
2000
26.0



4.4


750916
1916
31
2000
26.0



4.2


750916
1917
36
2000
26.0
*K
20
72
4.5

6.6
750916
1918
*0
2000
26.0



4.5


750916
1919
*1
2000
25.0
8
50
77
0.2

6.2
750916
1920
*5
2000
25.0
12
*0
77
0.0

6.2
750916
1921
75
2000

13
100
110


6.2
750917
09*5
1
2000
26.0
*K
20
53
4.5

6.5
750917
09*6
6
2000
26.5



4.4


750917
09*7
11
2000
26.5



4.3


750917
09*8
16
2000
26.5



4.2


750917
09*9
21
2000
26.5



4.2


750917
0950
26
2000
26.5



4.1


750917
0951
31
2000
26.5



4.1


750917
0952
33
2000
26.5



4.1


750917
0953
36
2000
26.2
*K
30
61
3.1

6.3
750917
095*
39
2000
26.0



0.7


750917
0955
*1
2000
25.8
11
50
71
0.*

6.3

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C-2-16
APPENDIX C-2
•••*••••••••••ซ••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOOT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOO
PH





A6ENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750917
0956


45
2000
25.2
8
50
76
0.3


750917
0957


46
2000






6.2
750917
0958


74
2000

14
140
122


6.3
750918
1725


1
2000
26.0
4K
20
61
4.3

6.5
750918
1726


6
2000
25.8



4.0


750918
1727


11
2000
25.5



3.6


750918
1728


16
2000
25.5



3.5


750918
1729


21
2000
25.5



3.5


750918
1730


26
2000
25.5



3.5


750918
1731


31
2000
25.5



3.6


750918
1732


36
2000
25.5
4K
30
61
3.5

6.4
750918
1733


41
2000
25.2
6
40
66
0.1

6.1
750918
173*


45
2000
25.0
4K
20
61
0.0

6.2
750918
1735


74
2000

11
24 0
112



750919
0830


1
2000
25.2
4K
20
60
4.1

6.2
750919
0831


6
2000
25.2



3.9


750919
0832


11
2000
25.2



3.8


750919
0833


16
2000
25.2



3.8


750919
0834


21
2000
25.4



3.7


750919
0835


26
2000
25.4



3.7


750919
0836


31
2000
25.4



3.6


750919
0837


36
2000
25.4



3.6


750919
0838


38
2000
25.2
4K
20
72
3.5

6.1
750919
0839


40
2000
25.0



0.7


750919
0840


41
2000
25.0
4K
60
72
0.4

5.9
750919
0841


45
2000
24.8
6
60
72
0.1

6.1
750919
0842


50
2000
24.2



0.2


7S
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C-2-17
APPENDIX C-2
ซ••ซ•**•••*••ปซซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
750920
0843


60
2000
24.2



0.0
750920
0844


65
2000
24.2



0.0
750920
0845


70
2000
23.9



0.0
750920
0846


73
2000

22
280
99

750920
0847


75
2000
23.9



0.0
750924
0945


1
13
23.8



2.5
75092*
0946


3
13
23.8



2.5
750924
0947


6
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0948


11
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0949


16
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0950


21
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0951


26
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0952


31
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0953


36
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0954


41
13
24.0



2.5
750924
0955


45
13
24.0



2.5
750925
1535


1
2000
23.0
4
20
60
2.0
750925
1536


6
2000
23.2



2.0
750925
1537


11
2000
23.2



1.9
750925
1538


16
2000
23.2



1.7
750925
1539


21
2000
23.2



1.6
750925
1540


26
2000
23.2



1.6
750925
1541


31
2000
23.2



1.7
750925
1542


36
2000
23.2
4
40
72
1.4
750925
1543


41
2000
23.2



0.8
750925
1544


45
2000
23.2



0.9
750925
1545


50
2000
23.2



0.2
750925
1546


55
2000
23.2



0.4
750925
1547


60
2000
23.3



0.4
750925
1548


65
2000
23.3



0.4
750925
1549


70
2000
23.3



0.1
750925
1550


75
2000
23.0
16
200
99
0.3
751000
1022


1
13
21.0



5.6
751008 1023


3
13
21.0



5.6
751008
1024


6
13
20.8



5.6
751008
1025


11
13
21.0



5.4
751008
1026


16
13
21.0



4.8
751008
1027


21
13
21.0



4.6
751008
1028


26
13
20.8



4.6
751008
1029


31
13
20.8



4.4
751008
1030


36
13
20.8



4.6
751008
1031


41
13
20.8



4.7
751008
1032


46
13
20.5



4.7
751113 1000


1
13
19.0



6.1
751113
1001


3
13
19.0



6.1
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
3.TL
00400
PH
SU
5.8
6.0
6.0
5.9
6.3
6.5
6*3

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C-2-18
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
SU
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
751113
1002


6
13
19.0



6.1


751113
1003


11
13
19.0



6.1


751113
1004


16
13
19.0



6.0


751113
1005


21
13
19.0



6.0


751113
1006


26
13
19.0



6.0


751113
1007


31
13
19.0



6.0


751113
1008


36
13
19.0



6.0


751113
1009


41
13
19.0



5.8


751113
1010


46
13
18.8



2.9


751113
1011


55
13






6.4




00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON




AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEปTOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750*14
1730


1
2000
15
0.08
0.32
0.10
1.1
9
1050
750414
1735


60
2000
16
0.15
0.32
0.15
1.1
10
1750
750415
1725


1
2000
16
0.05
0.31
0.07
1.7
10
650
750415
1731


58
2000
18
0.05
0.30
0.07
1.7
10
800
750416
1840


1
2000
19
0.04
0.31
0.06
1.5
10
600
750416
1856


60
2000
19
0.04
0.30
0.06
1.2
10
850
750417
0845


1
2000
15
0.06
0.30
0.06
1.2
10
700
750417
0855


65
2000
16
0.07
0.30
0.07
1.2
10
1400
750418
0750


1
2000
12
0.05
0.28
0.05
2.3

900
750418
0800


53
2000
14
0.06
0.29
0.07
2.0

900
750519
1330


1
13

0.02K
0.05
0.07



750519
1342


46
13

0.17
0.02K
0.08



750609
1440


1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02



750609
1450


42
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02



750714
1430


1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02



750714
1440


36
13

0.41
0.02K
0.07



750811
1615


1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02



750811
1628


31
13

0.12
0.02K
0.02



750908
1730


1
13

0.04
0.02K
0.02K



750908
1738


36
13

0.02
0.02K
0.02K


200
750915
2000


1
2000
19
0.10
0.01
0.02
4.3

750915
2008


41
2000
19
0.23
0. OIK
0.05
4.3

1830
750915
2009


46
2000
20
0.44
0.01K
0.06
4.3

750915
2010


51
2000
19
0.09
0. OIK
0.03
2.9

300
750915
2012


79
2000
58
1.95
0.03
0.28
6.5
17
12400
750916
1910


1
2000
18
0.08
0.07
0.03
2.6
221
750916
1917


36
2000
19
0.10
0.08
0.04
2.9
17
163
750916
1919


41
2000
23
0.47
0.08
0.06
2.8
17
1800




45
2000
27
0.51
0.07
0.07
2.9
17
2100

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2-19
01045
IRON
.TOT
UG/L
11420
215
491
2300
4210
15220
257
257
1330
3710
7990
255
210
1370
315
13000
181
222
380
1290
11900
72
96
01046
IRON
ปDISS
UG/L
160
305
135
290
225
205
205
225
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEซ GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
TIME
00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C

AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
75
2000
53
1.86
0.08
0.25
5.4
1
2000
19
0.10
0.01K
0.02
2.0
36
2000
19
0.19
0.07
0.03
2.6
41
2000
27
0.56
0.07
0.06
2.9
45
2000
29
0.68
0.07
0.10
2.9
74
2000
61
2.42
0.08
0.28
6.4
1
2000
28
0.15
0.05
0.04
2.3
36
2000
28
0.12
0.01K
0.03
2.0
41
2000
28
0.43
0.08
0.04
2.9
45
2000
22
0.67
0.01K
0.09
2.1
74
2000
60
1.17
0.05
0.15
4.3
1
2000
20
0.1S
0.03
0.02
2.6
38
2000
20
0.14
0.03
0.02
2.9
41
2000
19
0.40
0.02
0.04
2.6
45
2000
21
0.17
0.03
0.02
4.3
73
2000
20
1.99
0.03
0.22
5.4
1
2000
19
0.12
0.03
0.03
4.0
31
2000
18
0.15
0.02
0.03
2.5
36
2000
22
0.20
0.01
0.04
3.0
41
2000
20
0.55
0.01
0.04
3.0
73
2000
33
1.96
0.02
0.20
5.3
1
2000
17
0.27
0.05
0.03
2.0
36
2000
20
0.26
0.03
0.03
2.7
75
2000
38
1.65
0.01
0.14
5.0
1
13

0.23
0.29
0.03

36
13

0.35
0.41
0.09

00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE

AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
1
2000
140
30
60
44
16
60
2000
180

57
41
16
1
2000
140
45
60
48
12
58
2000
130

72
55
17
1
2000
130
30
42
37
5
60
2000
140

44
39
5
1
2000
140
76
128
126
2
65
2000
165

122
101
21
1
2000
135
146
50
39
11
53
2000
160

36
22
14
1
13

30K



46
13





1
13

30K




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C-2-20
APPENDIX C-2
••••••••••••*••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
TEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750609
1450


42
13





0.40

750627
1010


1
13

30K





75071*
1430


1
13

30K





750729
0820


1
13

30K





750811
1615


1
13

30K





750829
0830


1
13

30K





750908
1730


1
13

30K





750915
2000


1
2000
174
5K



0.20

750915
2008


41
2000





0.35

750915
2009


46
2000
755




0.58

750915
2010


51
2000
287




0.28

750915
2012


79
2000
2990




2.46

750916
1910


1
2000
170
2K
64
59
5
0.21

750916
1917


36
2000
130

52
50
2
0.24

750916
1919


41
2000
1064

64
61
3
0.60

750916
1920


45
2000
1154

74
56
18
0.60

750916
1921


75
2000
2800

102
71
31
2.05

750917
0945


1
2000
165
2K
72
72
IK
0.34
68
750917
0953


36
2000
524

61
60
1
0.39
258
750917
0955


41
2000
1222

64
45
19
0.80

750917
0956


45
2000
1264

88
63
25
0.93

750917
0958


74
2000
3480

138
66
72
2.92
14800
750918
1725


1
2000
171
2K
42
37
5
0.37
90
750918
1732


36
2000
169

44
38
6
0.33
90
750918
1733


41
2000
1110

38
30
8
0.56

750918
1734


45
2000
1248

36
33
3
1.16
3645
750918
1735


74
2000
1850

138
114
24
1.45
6280
7509*9
0830


1
2000
152
2K
82
79
3
0.35
213
750919
0838


38
2000
145

88
84
4
0.25
148
750919
0840


41
2000
1034

102
94
8
0.55

750919
0841


45
2000
151

86
79
7
0.25
20K
750919
0846


73
2000
3360

94
87
7
2.40
13000
750920
0830


1
2000
89

66
33
33
0.35
42
750920
0836


31
2000
152

64
42
22
0.30
74
750920
0837


36
2000
468

54
27
27
0.43

750920
0839


41
2000
1610

70
39
31
0.65
1024
750920
0846


73
2000
3040

92
47
45
2.23
11220
750925
1535


1
2000
359

74
55
19
0.65

750925
1542


36
2000
426

68
67
1
0.65

750925
1550


75
2000
3000

98
83
15
2.23
6740
751008
1022


1
13

36






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C-2^21
APPENOIX C-2
•*•••••ซ•••••••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-03
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209




OEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-OIS
SULFATE
chlrphyl





A6ENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
OATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MS/L P
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1730


1
2000



2K

750414
1730









750414
1735


60
2000



2K

750415
1725


1
2000
110

0.04
2K

750415
1731


58
2000
110


2K

750416
1840


1
2000
105


2K

750416
1840









750416
1856


60
2000
115


2K

750417
0840



2000





750417
0845


1
2000
115


2K

750417
0855


65
2000
120


2K

750418 0750


1
2000
130


2K

750418
0750









750418
0800


53
2000
140


2K

750519
1330


1
13

30.0
o
•
o
*

55.30
750519
1331


6
13




23.00
750519
1334


16
13




16.50
750519
1.342


46
13


0.03


750699
1440


1
13

30.0
0.02K


750609
1444


16
13




16.65
750609
1450


42
13


0.02K


750627
1010


1
13

25.5



750714
1430


1
13

25.0
Q.02K

2.60
750714
1433


14
13




2.75
750714
1436


21
13




1.36
750714
1440


36
13


0.02K


750811
1615


1'
13


0.02K

1.82
750811
1617


11
13




4.97
750811
1619


21
13




8.80
750811
1628


31
13


0.02K


750908
1730


1
13

27.5
0.02K

16.20
750908
1732


11
13




6.67
750908
1734


21
13




3.63
750908
1738


36
13


0.02K


750915
2011


60
2000





750916
1910


1
2000



2K

T50916
1917


36
2000



2K

750916
1919


41
2000



2K

750916 1920


45
2000



2K

750916
1921


75
2000



2K

750917
0945


1
2000
10K

0.02
2K

750917
0953


36
2000
459

0.02
2K

750917
0955


41
2000



2K

750917
0956


45
2000


0.08
2K

750917
0958


74
2000


0.26
2K

00077
TRANSP
SECCHI
INCHES
24
00745
SULFIDE
TOTAL
MG/L
30
30
24
1 ซ0K
1.0K

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C-2-22
APPENOIX C-2
•••••ป•••••••••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* 6E0RGIA
STATION - CH-03	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT MAPLE CR MOUT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL
TRANSP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
MNtDISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750918
1725


1
2000
25

0.02
3



750918
1732


36
2000
28

0.01
2



750918
1733


41
2000



2



750918
173*


45
2000


0.07
4



750918
1735


74
2000
1700

0.09
2K


1 . OK
750919
0830


1
2000
12

0.02
2K



750919
0838


38
2000
45

0.02
4



750919
0840


41
2000



2K



750919
0841


45
2000
10K

0.02
4



750919
0846


73
2000
3310

0.19
2


1 • OK
750920
0830


1
2000
1 OK

0.02
4



750920
0836


31
2000
28

0.02
4



750920
0837


36
2000



4



750920
0839


41
2000
1620

0.03
2


1 . OK
750920
0846


73
2000
2850

0.17
2K


1. OK
750925
1535


1
2000


0.02
4



750925
1542


36
2000


0.02
2



750925
1550


75
2000


0.05
2K



751008
1022


1
13

21.1





751008
1023


3
13




3.60


751008
1024


6
13




2.68


751008
1025


11
13




2.85


751008
1030


36
13


0.07




751113
1000


1
13

35.0


3.44


751113
1002


6
13




4.85


751113
1003


11
13




7.33



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C-2-23
APPENDIX C-2
ปปปปป*ปปซปปปปปปปซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-04	WEHADKEE CR HWY 244 W LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




depth
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOO





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750415
1330


1
2000
12.0
56
50
23
9.1
1.4
750416
1350


1
2000
15.0
47
40
24
10.0
0.9
750417
0850


1
2000
13.0
37
40
28
9.4
0.9
750418
0855


1
2000
15.0
27
40
29
8.7
0.9
750915
1355


1
2000
25.5
5
20
56
5.1
1.8
750916
1250


1
2000
25.0
4K
20
54
5 ,8

750917
1140


1
2000
25.0
4K
20
59
4.8

750918
1305


1
2000
25.0
4K
30
54
5.0

750919
1030


1
2000
24.8
4K
20
48
3.9





00003
00027
00400
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C





AGENCY

CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
M6/L P
MG/L
750415
1330


1
2000
6.4
12
0.01K
0.07
0.02
4.8
750416
1350


1
2000
6.8
11
0.01
0.08
0.02
4.0
750417
0850


1
2000
6.4
11
0.01
0.10
0.02
4.1
750418
0855


1
2000
6.6
13
0.01K
0.09
0.05
1.8
750915
1355


1
2000
6.7
19
0.01K
0.01K
0.02
3.3
750916
1250


1
2000
6.6
19
0.01
0.01K
0.03
4.0
750917
1140


1
2000
6.5
19
0.02
0.01K
0.03
3.3
750918
1305


1
2000
6.5
26
0.02
0.09
0.03
2.9
750919
1030


1
2000
6.5
18
0.04
0.04
0.02
2.9




00003
00027
00900
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515




depth
COLLECT
TOT HARD
IRON
mangnese
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
CAC03
FE#TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
750415
1330


1
2000
6
1950
155
2500
54
10
750416
1350


1
2000
8
1600
120

54
34
750417
0850


1
2000
6
1200
140
220
58
42
750418
0855


1
2000

1050
100
70
64
52
750915
1355


1
2000
16
278
140
5K
76
69
750916
1250


1
2000
17
458
181
2K
48
45
750917
1140


1
2000
15
440
153
2K
40
40
750918
1305


1
2000
13
451
170
2K
34
31
750919
1030


1
2000
14
463
175
2
86
83

-------
Ct-2-24
APPENOIX C-2
•••••••••••••ซ•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-04	WEHADKEE CR HWY 244 W LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE



00003
00027
00530
00625
01046
01056
00666
00945



OEPTH
COLLECT
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-OIS
SULFATE




AGENCY
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
MNtDISS

S04-T0T
DATE
TIME
DATE TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
750415
1330

1
2000
44
0.12



2K
750416
1350

1
2000
20
0.16
350


2K
750417
0850

1
2000
16
0.26
385


2K
750418
0855

1
2000
12
0.10
225
85

2K
750915
1355

1
2000
7
0.20
42
34
0.02
2K
750916
1250

1
2000
3
0.21
183
40
0.02
2K
750917
1140

1
2000
IK
0.26
68
1 OK
0.02
2K
750918
1305

1
2000
3
0.27
95
50
0.01
2K
750919
1030

1
2000
3
0.16
103
42
0.01
2K

-------
C-2-25
APPENDIX C-2
••••••••••••••*••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
jksn
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750*14
1535


1
2000
15.5
21
*5
45
5.6
0.6
6.5
750*1*
15*0


*7
2000
15.5
*8
*7
45
5.3
0.9
6.5
750*15
1600


1
2000
15.0
23
35
42
7.6
0.5
6.4
750*15
1603


39
2000
1*.0
20
35
41
7.4
0.6
6.4
750*16
1555


1
2000
1*.5
33
50
39
7.3
0.9
6.3
750*16
1556


*
2000
1*.5



7.3


750*16
1557


9
2000
1*.0



7.3


750*16
1558


1*
2000
14.0



7.3


750*16
1559


19
2000
14.0



7.3


750*16
1600


2*
2000
14.0



7.4


750*16
1601


29
2000
14.0



7.4


750*16
1602


3*
2000
1*.0
36
60
39
7.4
0.5
6.2
750*17
1055


1
2000
1*.5
37
50
4*
6.7
0.7
6.2
750*17
1056


*
2000
14.3



6.7


750*17
1057


9
2000
1*.3



6.7


750*17
1058


1*
2000
14.3



6.7


750*17
1059


19
2000
1*.3



6.6


750*17
1100


2*
2000
14.0



6.7


750*17
1101


29
2000
1*.0



6.7


750*17
1102


3*
2000
1*.3



6.6


750*17
1103


39
2000
14.3



6.6


750*17
110*


**
2000
1*.3
6*
60
4*
6.6
0.9
6.3
750*18
0955


1
2000
14.8
32
*0
40
7.4
1.1
6.5
750*18
0956


6
2000
1*.8



7.*


750*18
0957


11
2000
14.8



7.4


758*18
0958


16
2000
1*.5



7.3


750*18
0959


21
2000
1*.5



7.3


750*18
1000


26
2000
1*.5



7.3


750*18
1001


31
2000
1*.5



7.2


750*18
1002


36
2000
1*.5



7.2


750*18
1003


*1
2000
14.5
33
*5
*0
7.2
1.0
6.4
750519
1810


1
13
28.0



11.2

8.1
750519
1811


6
13
2*.0



11.2


750519
1812


11
13
22.5



5.3


750519
1813


13
13
21.5



5.6


750519
181*


16
13
21.5



3.5


750519
1815


18
13
20.0



1.9


750519
1816


21
13
20.0



1.8


750519
1817


26
13
19.5



1.3


750519
1818


31
13
19.0



1.2


750519
1819


36
13
19.0



1.2

7 • 3
750519
1820


*0
13
19.0



0.7

8.0
750609
17*0


1
13
27.0



9.8

750609
17*1


6
13
27.5



9.6


750609
17*2


11
13
27.0



7.8



-------
C-2-26
APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••*••••ปซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05
CHATTAHOOCHEE
R GA238
W OF LAGRA
CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300


DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
750609
17*3
1*
13
25.0



1.7
750609
17**
16
13
2*.5



0.6
750609
17*5
18
13
23.5



0.3
750609
17*6
21
13
23.0



0.3
750609
17*7
26
13
22.0



0.3
750609
17*8
31
13
22.0



0.3
750609
17*9
36
13
21.5



0.3
750609
1750
*1
13
21.0



0.3
750609
1751
*5
13
21.0



0.3
750627
0830
1
13
26.0



6.8
750627
0831
6
13
26.0



6.7
750627
0832
8
13
27.0



6.6
750627
0833
11
13
27.0



6.5
750627
083*
13
13
27.0



6.5
750627
0835
16
13
27.0



6.0
750627
0836
19
13
26.0



1.2
750627
0837
21
13
26.0



0.3
750627
0838
26
13
2*.5



0.1
750627
0839
31
13
2*.0



0.1
750627
08*0
36
13
23.5



0.1
750627
08*1
*1
13
23.0



0.1
750714
1615
1
13
30.5



8.3
75071*
1616
6
13
28.5



8.2
75071*
1617
11
13
27.5



7.0
75071*
1618
1*
13
27.0



3.5
75071*
1619
16
13
27.0



3.2
75071*
1620
21
13
26.5



0.1
75071*
1621
26
13
26.0



0.0
75071*
1622
31
13
25.0



0.0
75071*
1623
36
13
2*.5



0.0
75071*
162*
*1
13
2*.0



0.0
750728
17*0
1
13
29.5



8.3
750728
17*1
6
13
29.0



8.3
750728
17*2
8
13
28.5



6.6
750728
17*3
11
13
28.5



6.9
750728
17**
13
13
28.5



6.1
750728
17*5
16
13
28.0



*.9
750728
17*6
18
13
28.0



2.5
750728
17*7
21
13
27.5



0.1
750728
17*8
31
13
26.0



O.IK
750811
1750
1
13
28.0



8.6
750811
1751
6
13
28.0



8.0
750811
1752
11
13
27.5



6.3
750811
1753
13
13
27.0



5.5
TSQB1A
175*
16
13
27.0



*.0
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
00400
PH
SU
7.9
6.2
6.9
7.2
6.8
8.0

-------
C-2-27
APPENDIX C-2
•ป••ปซ•••••ซ••*ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TINE
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750811
1755


18
13
27.0



3.1


750811
1756


21
13
27.0



0.9


750811
1757


26
13
26.0



0.1

6.9
750811
1758


31
13
26.0



O.IK


750811
1759


36
13
26.0



O.IK


750811
1800


41
13
25.5



O.IK


750811
1801


45
13
25.0



O.IK


750828
1730


1
13
29.0



6.3

6.9
750628
1731


6
13
29.0



6.0


750828
1732


11
13
28.5



5.4


750628
1733


13
13
28.5



4.2


750828
1734


16
13
28.5



1.8


750828
1735


18
13
28.0



1.4


750828
1736


21
13
27.0



0.1

6.2
750828
1737


26
13
26.0



0.1


750826
1738


31
13
25.5



0.1


750628
1739


36
13
25.0



0.1


759628
1740


41
13
25.0



0.1


750826
1741


44
13
25.0



0.1


750915
1900


1
2000
25.8
4K
25
65
4.2
0.6
6.3
750915
1901


6
2000
26.0



4.3


758915
1902


11
2000
26.0



4.2


750915
1903


16
2000
26.0



4.2


750915
1904


21
2000
26.0



4.5


75t9l5
1905


26
2000
25.8
4
25
60
4.7

6.3
750915
1906


31
2000
25.6
4
30
72
3.0

6.3
750915
1907


36
2000
25.5
12
35
72
0.2

6.1
750915
1908


41
2000
25.0



O.IK


750915
1909


45
2000
24.5



0.0


750915
1910


61
2000

9
35
66


6.3
750916
1735


1
2000
25.3
4K
20
71
3.5

6.6
750916
1736


6
2000
25.3



3.4


750916
1737


11
2000
25.3



3.1


750916
1738


16
2000
25.3



3.1


750916
1739


21
2000
25.0



3.4


750916
1740


26
2000
25.0



3.8


750916
1741


31
2000
25.0



4.3


750916
1742


36
2000
25.0
4K
20
71
4.0

6.6
750916
1743


38
2000
25.0



3.9


750916
1744


39
2000
25.0



3.9


750916
1745


40
2000
25.0
10
30
71
3.0

6.3
750916
1746


41
2000
24.5



0.0


750916
1747


45
2000
24.5
21
60
71
0.0

6.3
750916
1748


62
2000

13
60
66


6.3
750917
1145


1
2000
25.2
4K
20
61
4.3

6.5

-------
C-2-28
APPENOIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75091T
1146


6
2000
25.5



4.1


750917
11*7


11
2000
25.5



4.0


750917
1148


16
2000
25.2



4.1


750917
1149


21
2000
25.2



4.0


750917
1150


26
2000
25.2



4.0


750917
1151


31
2000
25.2



3.8


750917
1152


36
2000
25.2
4K
20
61
3.6

6.5
750917
1153


41
2000
25.2
8
30
66
3.4


750917
1154


42
2000
24.5



O.IK


750917
1155


43
2000
24.5



O.IK


750917
1156


45
2000
24.5
16
50
66
O.IK

6.1
750917
1157


60
2000

16
50
56


6.2
750918
1545


1
2000
25.8
4K
20
66
3.7

6.4
750918
1546


6
2000
25.2



3.5


750918
1547


11
2000
25.2



3.1


750918
1548


16
2000
25.0



2.7


750418
1549


21
2000
25.0



2.6


750918
1550


26
2000
25.0



2.6


750918
1551


31
2000
25.0



2.6


750918
1552


36
2000
25.0



2.6


750918
1553


41
2000
25.0
4K
20
66
1.9

6.2
750918
1554


43
2000
25.0



1.8


750918
1555


45
2000
24.8
7
30
66
0.9

6.1
750918
1556


47
2000
24.2
13
50
66
0.2

6.0
750918
1557


61
2000

15
60
66


5.9
750919
1020


1
2000
25.0
24
20
72
4.7

6.1
750919
1021


6
2000
25.0



4.2


750919
1022


11
2000
25.0



3.9


750919
1023


16
2000
25.0



3.7


750919
1024


21
2000
25.0



3.7


750919
1025


26
2000
25.0



3.5


750919
1026


31
2000
25.0



3.5


750919
1027


36
2000
25.0
5
20
72
3.5

6.1
750919
1028


41
2000
24.9



2.6


750919
1029


43
2000
24.9
5
30
72
2.4

6.0
750919
1030


45
2000
24.5



1.1


750919
1031


47
2000
24.2



0.9


750919
1032


48
2000
24.2



0.5


750919
1033


50
2000
23.8
11
60
72
0.0

5.9
750919
1034


55
2000
23.4



0.0


750919
1035


60
2000
23.3
18
80
72
0.0

5.9
750919
1036


65
2000
23.2



0.0


750919
1037


67
2000
23.2



0.0


750919
1630


1
2000
26.9



4.6


1W*Vป
Yซ\


6
2000
25.5



3.8



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C-2-29
APPENOIX C-2
••*•••••ซ••••ซซ•*
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300




depth
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
758919
1632


U
2000
25.3



3.3
750919
1633


16
2000
25.3



2.0
750919
1634


21
2000
25.2



2.4
7509J9
1635


26
2000
25.1



2.4
750919
1636


31
2000
25.1



2.4
750919
1637


36
2000
25.1



2.0
750919
1638


41
2000
25.0



1.7
750919
1639


45
2000
24.9



0.1
750919
1640


50
2000
24.5



0.0
750919
1641


55
2000
24.6



0.0
750919
1642


60
2000
24.7



0.0
750919
1643


65
2000
24.7



0.0
750920
1100


1
2000
26.3
6
20
77
6.0
750920
1101


3
2000
26.0



6.9
750920
1102


6
2000
25.5



3.7
750920
1103


11
2000
25.2



3.6
750920
1104


16
2000
25.2



3.3
750920
1105


21
2000
25.0



3.3
750920
1106


26
2000
25.0



3.0
750920
1107


31
2000
25.0



3.0
750920
1106


36
2000
25.0
4
20
72
2.4
750920
1109


41
2000
24.9
6
40
77
1.8
750920
1110


42
2000
24.8



1.1
750920
1111


43
2000
24.8



0.3
750920
1112


44
2000
24.6



0.2
750920
1113


45
2000
24.6
8
50
77
0.2
750920
1114


50
2000
24.5



0.0
750920 1115


55
2000
24.0



0.0
750920
1116


56
2000

14
20
72

750920
1117


60
2000
23.8



0.0
750920
1420


1
2000
27.8



8.4
750920
1421


6
2000
25.8



7.0
750920
1422


11
2000
25.3



3.9
750920
1423


16
2000
25.0



3.4
750920
1424


21
2000
25.0



3.2
750920
1425


26
2000
25.0



3.1
750920
1426


31
2000
25.0



3.1
750920
1427


36
2000
25.0



2.7
750920
1428


41
2000
24.8



2.4
750920
1429


45
2000
24.5



0.2
750920
1430


50
2000
24.4



0.1
750920
1431


55
2000
24.4



0.0
750920
1432


60
2000
24.2



0.0
750920
1433


65
2000
24.1



0.0
750924
1030


1
13
23.3



4.4
00310
BOO
5 DAY
MG/L
00400
PH
SU
1.6
6.4
1.2
1.4
1.0
3.2
6.1
6.0
6.0
6.0

-------
C-2-30
APPENDIX C-2
•ซ•***•ซ*•••*•**•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNOUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75092*
1031


3
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1032


6
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1033


11
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1034


16
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1035


21
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1036


26
13
23.5



4.4


750924
1037


31
13
23.5



4.3


750924
1038


36
13
23.5



4.3


750924
1039


41
13
23.5



4.3


750924
1040


46
13
23.3



4.3


750925
1750


1
2000
23.1
5
20
72
4.6

6.2
750925
1751


5
2000
23.1



4.6


750925
1752


10
2000
23.1



4.6


750925
1753


15
2000
23.1



4.6


750925
1754


20
2000
23.0



4.6


750925
1755


25
2000
23.0



4.3


750925
1756


30
2000
23.1



3.5


750925
1757


35
2000
23.0



4.1


750925
1758


40
2000
23.0



4.0


750925
1759


45
2000
23.0



4.0


750925
1800


50
2000
23.0



3.9


750925
1801


55
2000
23.0



4.1


750925
1802


60
2000
22.9
21
20
72
4.0

6.2
751007
1517


1
13
20.5



5.2

6.2
751007
1518


3
13
20.2



5.2


751007
1519


6
13
20.0



5.2


751A07
1520


11
13
19.8



5.2


751007
1521


16
13
19.8



5.2


751007
1522


21
13
19.8



5.2


751007
1523


26
13
19.8



5.1


751007
1524


31
13
19.8



5.1


751007
1525


36
13
19.8



5.1

6.4
751007
1526


41
13
19.5



5.1


751007
1527


44
13
19.5



5.1






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




depth
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEtTOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1535


1
2000
16
0.07
0.32
0.05
1.7
10
750
750414
1540


47
2000
16
0.07
0.32
0.16
1.4
10
1950
750415
1600


1
2000
19
0.03
0.29
0.06
1.7
10
700
7S04\5
1603


39
2000
18
0.03
0.29
0.08
1.7
10
850

V5i=>%


V
2000
\4
0 .07
0.27
0.09
1 .8
10
1200

-------
•31
1045
RON
TOT
IG/L
1100
1150
2825
850
950
225
356
509
1190
1438
253
415
1295
1830
1510
182
190
1162
1460
3780
195
395
1100
165
1930
145
245
585
2150
2150
108
321
647
1080
1930
24
59
APPENDIX C-2
•••ป•••ป**••••ปซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R 6A238 W OF LA6RA CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C

AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
FEET
CODE
H6/L
MG/L
MG/L
HG/L P
MG/L
34
2000
13
0.06
0.26
0.09
1.8
1
2000
17
0.06
0.31
0.08
1.5
44
2000
16
0.08
0.31
0.16
2.7
1
2000
13
0.06
0.30
0.08
2.3
41
2000
13
0.06
0.30
0.07
2.3
1
13

0.02K
0.06
0.03

36
13

0.08
0.36
0.07

41
13

0.03
0.02K
0.02

1
13

0.05
0.02K
0.02

36
13

0.53
0.02K
0.11

1
13

0.02
0.16
0.03

26
13

0.11
0.18
0.03

1
2000
18
0.13
0.12
0.03
2.9
26
2000
19




31
2000
19
0.22
0.23
0.03
2.9
36
2000
20
0.45
0.01
0.05
2.9
61
2000
19
0.41
0.40
0.09
3.3
1
2000
23
0.16
0.15
0.03
2.3
36
2000
23
0.15
0.19
0.04
2.3
40
2000
24
0.46
0.02
0.07
2.0
45
2000
25
0.53
0.07
0.09
2.6
62
2000
24
0.46
0.35
0.07
2.0
I
2000
18
0.18
0.17
0.02
2.3
36
2000
18
0.11
0.15
0.03
2.3
41
2000
31
0.55
0.02
0.06
4.0
45
2000
20
0.45
0.09
0.07
2.3
60
2000
24
0.51
0.26
0.09
2.3
1
2000
20
0.20
0.19
0.04
2.9
41
2000
21
0.23
0.19
0.04
2.3
45
2000
21
0.42
0.22
0.06
2.0
47
2000
26
0.20
0.23
0.04
2.3
61
2000
23
0.59
0.28
0.09
2.0
1
2000
19
0.20
0.23
0.03
2.6
36
2000
16
0.23
0.26
0.03
2.6
43
2000
17
0.30
0.24
0.05
2.3
50
2000
20
0.65
0.17
0.08
2.6
60
2000
18
0.63
0.18
0.08
2.6
1
2000
19
0.14
0.17
0.03
2.5
36
2000
20
0.24
0.29
0.04
2.0
41
2000
18
0.32
0.37
0.05
2.0
45
2000
18
0.39
0.32
0.06
2.5
56
2000
20
0.60
0.18
0.08
2.5
1
2000
18
0.20
0.37
0.04
2.0
60
2000
21
0.24
0.33
0.06
2.0
1
13

0.22
0.59
0.05


-------
C-2-32
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R GA238
W OF LAGRA
CHATTAHOOCHEE







00003
00027
00*10
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
010*5



DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON




AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FE.TOT
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
751007
1525

36
13

0.1*
0.61
0.08






00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
010*6



DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON




AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
75041*
1535

1
2000
110
230
32
27
5
0.21

750*1*
15*0

*7
2000
160

100
32
68
0,21

750*15
1600

1
2000
125
225
50
32
18
0.19
1*0
750*15
1603

39
2000
135

60
35
25
0.21
100
750*16
1555

1
2000
150
*60
5*
50
*
0.18
130
750*16
1602

3*
2000
1*0

50
*1
9
0.18
110
750*17
1055

1
2000
105
750
110
97
13
0.21
175
750*17
110*

**
2000
170

162
99
63
0.21
320
750*18
0955

1
2000
85
380
*2
26
16
0.21
190
750*18
1003

*1
2000
85

3*
18
16
0.32

750519
1810

1
13

30K



0.30

750519
1819

36
13





0.20

750609
17*0

1
13

30K





750609
1750

*1
13





0.30

750627
0830

1
13

30K





75071*
1615

1
13

30K





750728
17*0

1
13

30K





750811
1750

1
13

30K





750828
1730

1
13

30K





750915
1900

1
2000
160
5K



0.38

750915-
1905

26
2000
1*0






750915
1906

31
2000
260




0.50

750915
1907

36
2000
950




0.52

750915
1910

61
2000
677




0.56

750916
1735

1
2000
1*5
2K
58
56
2
0.30
25
750916
17*2

36
2000
1*8

76
7*
2
0.30
*1
750916
17*5

*0
2000
980

68
67
1
0.60
99
750916
17*7

*5
2000
936

76
73
3
0.77

750916
17*8

62
2000
909

62
*8
1*
0.60
387
750917
11*5

1
2000
100
2K
*2
22
20
0.37
58
750917
1152

36
2000
116

42
29
13
0.25
20K
750917
1153

*1
2000
1037

3*
29
5
0.61
160
750917
1156

*5
2000
885

30
16
1*
0.56
102
750917
1157

60
2000
1037

28
8
20
0.61
251
750918
15*5

1
2000
87
2K
2*
18
6
0 . *2
20K
750918
1553

*1
2000
338

38
31
7
0.65
*5
750918
1555

*5
2000
752

26
2*
2
0.65

750916
Y5S6

*7
2000
68

52
*2
10
0.*2
20K

-------
C-2-33
APPENDIX C-2
•ปป•ซซซ*•*•ป•ป*ซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




depth
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FEป0ISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/I00ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750918
1557


61
2000
1093

50
*3
7
0.82
178
750919
1020


1
2000
80
2K
84
72
12
0.35
189
750919
1027


36
2000
171

90
82
8
0.39
20K
750919
1029


*3
2000
417

68
68
IK
0.30

750919
1033


50
2000
1350

78
76
2
0.73
153
750919
1035


60
2000
1311

76
71
5
0.77
184
750920
1100


1
2000
65

62
39
23
0.39

750920
1106


36
2000
175

64
44
20
0.30

750920
1109


41
2000
493

72
44
28
0.50

750920
1113


*5
2000
790

60.
38
22
0.55

750920
1116


56
2000
1360

68
29
39
0.86

750925
1750


1
2000
100

56
55
I
0.30

750925
1802


60
2000
1*2

86
69
17
0.32

751007
1517


1
13

30K









00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL
TRANSP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750*14
1535


1
2000



2K



750*1*
1535









24

75041*
15*0


47
2000



2K



750*15
1600


1
2000
100

0.05
2K



750*15
1600









24

750*15
1603


39
2000
105

0.05
2K



750*16
1555


1
2000
110

0.03
2K



750*16
1602


3*
2000
110


2K



750*17
1055


1
2000
75


2K



750*17
110*


44
2000
115


2K



750*17
1105



2000





12

750*18
0955


1
2000



2K



750*16
0955









18

750*18
1003


*1
2000



2K



750519
1810


1
13

30.0
0.02

11.70


750519
1811


6
13




19.20


750519
1612


11
13




18.20


750519
1819


36
13


0.05




750609
17*0


I
13

20.0
0.02K

5.61


750609
17*1


6
13




21.85


750609
17*2


11
13




18.75


750609
1750


41
13


0.02




750627
0830


1
13

25.0





75071*
1615


1
13

25.0
0.02K

1.84


75071*
1616


6
13




2.96



-------
C-2-34
APPENDIX C-2
•ป•••••*••••••ซปซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-05
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA238 W OF LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
chlrphyl





AGENCY
MNtDISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
750714
1618


14
13




5.53
750811
1750


1
13


0.02K

10.04
750811
1752


11
13




5.66
750811
1754


16
13




4.80
750811
1757


26
13


0.02K


750916
1735


1
2000
10

0.02
4

750916
1742


36
2000
50

0.02
2K

750916
1745


40
2000
562

0.02
4

750916
1747


45
2000



2K

750916
1748


62
2000
230

0.03
2K

750917
1145


1
2000
10K

0.02
4

750917
1152


36
2000
13

0.02
4

750917
1153


41
2000
995

0.02
2

750917
1156


45
2000
881

0.02
3

750917
1157


60
2000
983

0.02
2

750918
1545


1
2000
30

0.02
2

750918
1553


41
2000
195

0.02
2K

750918
1555


45
2000



2

750918
1556


47
2000
10

0.01
3

750918
1557


61
2000
1090

0.01
2K

750919
1020


1
2000
20

0.02
2

750919
1027


36
2000
28

0.02
3

750919
1029


43
2000



4

750919
1033


50
2000
1275

0.02
2

750919
1035


60
2000
1300

0.02
4

750920
1100


1
2000
10K

0.02
4

750920
1108


36
2000
66

0.01
4

750920"
1109


41
2000



4

750920
1113


45
2000
658

0.01
4

750920
1116


56
2000
1110

0.02
3

750925
1750


1
2000



4

750925
1802


60
2000



4

751007
1517


1
13


0.04

5.12
751007
1519


6
13




12.06
751007
1520


11
13




2.19
751007
1525


36
13


0.04


00077	00745
TRANSP	SULFIDE
SECCHI	TOTAL
INCHES	MG/L
I. OK
1.0K
1.0K

-------
C-2-35
APPENDIX C-2
HATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-06	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY109 W LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE	GDPH 16




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75041*
1505


1
2000
15.0
17
40
41
6.4
0.6
6.5
750*14
1510


38
2000
15.0
18
40
41
6.4
0.8
6.6
750415
1505


1
2000
14.0
40
45
37
7.4
0.6
6.4
750415
1510


34
2000
13.0
39
40
37
8.1
1.1
6.4
750416
1330


1
2000
15.0
47
50
46
7.2
1.2
6.2
750416
1335


25
2000
14.5



7.1


750416
1336


35
2000

48
50
45

1.1
6.2
750417
1130


1
2000
14.0
29
50
39
7.7
0.8
6.6
750417
1131


2
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1132


6
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1133


9
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1134


13
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1135


16
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1136


20
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1137


24
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1138


27
2000
14.0



7.7


750417
1139


31
2000
14.0
37
40
39
7.7
0.8
6.5
750418
1015


1
2000
15.0
22
30
39
7.9
0.9
6.7
750418
1016


6
2000
15.0



7.9


750418
1017


11
2000
14.8



7.8


750418
1018


16
2000
14.8






750418
1019


21
2000
14.8






750418
1020


26
2000
14.8






750418
1021


31
2000
14.8






750519
1915


1
13
26.5



11.2

7.2
750519
1916


6
13
23.5



10.6

7.2
750519
1917


8
13
21.5



6.2


750519
1918


11
13
21.5



4.8

6.9
750519
1919


16
13
21.0



4.6


750519
1920


21
13
21.0



4.5


750519
1921


26
13
21.0



4.4


750519
1922


31
13
20.5



4.4


750519
1923


36
13
20.5



4.3


750519
1924


41
13
20.5



3.5


750519
1925


46
13
19.0



1.1


750609
1945


1
13
27.0



8.4

8.0
750609
1946


6
13
26.5



8.4


750609
1947


11
13
25.5



4.0


750609
1948


14
13
24.5



3.0


750609
1949


16
13
24.5



2.8


750609
1950


21
13
24.0



0.8


750609
1951


26
13
23.0



0.3


750609
1952


31
13
22.0



0.2


750609
1953


36
13
21.5



0.2


750609
1954


41
13
20.5



0.2



-------
C-2-36
APPENDIX C-2
water quality data-post impoundment study
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-06
CHATTAHOOCHEE
R GA HY109
W LA6RA
CHATTAHOOCHEE
GDPH 16



00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300


DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
750626
1840
1
13
27.0



9.2
750626
1841
6
13
28.0



9.1
750626
1842
9
13
27.5



9.0
750626
1843
11
13
27.5



5.2
750626
1844
13
13
26.5



3.5
750626
1845
16
13
26.5



0.4
750626
1846
21
13
25.0



0.1
750626
1847
26
13
24.0



0.1
750626
1848
31
13
24.0



0.1
750626
1849
36
13
23.5



0.1
750626
1850
41
13
23.5



0.0
750714
1700
1
13
27.5



8.2
750714
1701
6
13
27.0



8.0
750714
1702
8
13
26.5



5.0
750714
1703
11
13
25.0



4.0
750714
1704
16
13
24.5



2.8
750714
1705
21
13
24.0



1.2
750714
1706
26
13
23.5



0.3
750714
1707
31
13
23.0



0.1
750714
1708
36
13
22.5



0.1
750714
1709
41
13
21.0



0.0
750728
1710
1
13
29.5



8.8
750728
1711
6
13
29.0



8.0
750728
1712
8
13
28.0



7.1
750728
1713
11
13
28.0



4.5
750728
1714
13
13
27.5



3.6
750728
1715
16
13
27.5



3.5
750728
1716
18
13
27.0



2.4
750728
1717
21
13
27.0



1.0
750728
1718
26
13
26.5



0.1
750728
1719
31
13
26.0



O.IK
750728
1720
36
13
26.0



O.IK
750728
1721
41
13
25.0



O.IK
750811
1825
1
13
28.0



8.2
750811
1826
6
13
28.0



8.3
750811
1827
11
13
27.5



5.4
750811
1828
14
13
27.0



4.0
750811
1829
16
13
27.0



3.2
750811
1830
18
13
27.0



3.1
750811
1831
21
13
27.0



3.1
750811
1832
22
13
27.0



3.0
750811
1833
26
13
27.0



2.7
750811
1834
28
13
27.0



2.6
750811
1835
31
13
26.5



0.2


36
13
26.0



O.IK
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
00400
PH
SU
7.0
6.6
7.5
7.0
7.3
6.7

-------
C-2-37
APPENDIX C-2
ปซ•*ซ****ปป••**ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-06	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY109 W LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE	GDPH 16




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750811
1837


41
13
25.5



O.IK


750811
1838


45
13
25.0



0.2


750828
1630


1
13
29.0



8.9

6.9
750328
1631


6
13
29.0



8.8


750828
1632


11
13
29.0



8.4


750828
1633


13
13
29.0



8.1


750828
1634


16
13
29.0



1.6


750828
1635


18
13
27.0



0.8

6.1
750828
1636


21
13
26.5



0.5


750828
1637


26
13
26.0



0.1


750828
1638


31
13
25.5



0.1


750828
1639


36
13
25.0



O.IK


750828
1640


41
13
25.0



O.IK


750916
1625


1
2000
25.3
4K
20
71
6.3

6.6
750916
1626


6
2000
25.0



5.8


750916
1627


11
2000
25.0



5.4


750916 1628


16
2000
25.0



5.0


750916
1629


21
2000
25.0



4.9


750916
1630


26
2000
25.0
4K
20
77
5.4

6.7
750916
1631


31
2000
24.5
8
ZO
66
1.6

6.3
750916
1632


36
2000
24.0
8
30
66
O.IK

6.3
750916
1633


41
2000
23.5



0.0


750916
1634


45
2000
23.3



0.0


750916
1635


50
2000

28
100
77


6.3
750919
1535


1
2000
28.5
4K
20
77
6.1

6.3
750919
1536


6
2000
25.3



3.8


750919
1537


11
2000
25.0



3.6


750919
1538


16
2000
25.0



3.7


750919
1539


21
2000
25.0



3.9


750919
1540


26
2000
25.0



3.9


750919
1541


31
2000
25.0



4.0


750919
1542


36
2000
25.0



4.0


750919
1543


39
2000
24.8



3.9


750919
1544


41
2000
24.8



3.1


750919
1S>45


43
2000
24.6



2.6


750919
1546


45
2000
24.5



2.1


750919
1547


50
2000
24.3
27
30
82
1.7

6.0
750919
1548


55
2000
24.1



1.0


750920
1145


1
2000
26.2
4
20
77
9.4
4.3
6.5
750920
1146


6
2000
25.2



6.8


750920
1147


9
2000
25.0



4.6


750920
1148


11
2000
24.8



3.2


750920
1149


16
2000
24.8



3.4


750920
1150


21
2000
24.6



3.5


750920
1151


26
2000
24.6



3.6



-------
C-2-38
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•••*••ซ••ซ*•*•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-06	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY109 W LAGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE	GDPH 16




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
time
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750920
1152


31
2000
24.6



3.6


750920
1153


36
2000
24.5



3.6


750920
1154


41
2000
24.1



3.7


750920
1155


45
2000
23.8



3.6


750920
1156


50
2000
23.9
18
20
77
3.7
1.0

750920
1157


55
2000
23.8



3.6


750924
1155


1
13
22.3



5.1


750924
1156


3
13
22.5



5.0


750924
1157


6
13
22.7



5.0


750924
1158


11
13
22.7



5.0


750924
1159


16
13
22.7



5.0


750924
1200


21
13
22.7



5.2


750924
1201


26
13
22.7



5.2


750924
1202


31
13
22.7



5.2


750924
1203


36
13
22.5



5.2


750924
1204


41
13
22.5



5.2


750924
1205


46
13
22.5



5.2


751007
1610


1
13
19.5



5.6

6.4
751007
1611


3
13
19.2



5.6


751007
1612


6
13
19.0



5.7


751007
1613


11
13
19.0



5.8


751007
1614


16
13
18.8



5.9


751007
1615


21
13
18.5



6.0


751007
1616


26
13
18.2



6.1


751007
1617


31
13
18.2



6.1


751007
1618


36
13
18.2



6.2


7510(17
1619


41
13
18.0



6.2


751007
1620


45
13
18.0



6.2






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02S.N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FE.TOT
OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
M6/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1505


1
2000
16
0.06
0.31
0.06
1.7
8
575
750414
1510


38
2000
15
0.06
0.32
0.08
1.7
8
550
750415
1505


1
2000
14
0.02
0.20
0.05
3.0
10
1300
750415
1510


34
2000
17
0.02
0.22
0.06
2.6
9
1300
750416
1330


1
2000
13
0.07
0.35
0.09
3.6
11
1350
750416
1336


35
2000
14
0.07
0.33
0.10
3.6
11
1300
750417
1130


1
2000
20
0.06
0.30
0.08
1.2
8
900
750417
1139


31
2000
16
0.06
0.29
0.09
1.2
10
1525
750418
1015


1
2000
11
0.05
0.31
0.08
1.8

650
750519
1915


1
13

0.02K
0.28
0.10



T50609
1945


1
13

0.02K
0.06
0.04




-------
C-2-39
APPENDIX C-2
ปซ•ซซซ••••ซซ•ซ•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-06	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY109 W V.AGRA CHATTAHOOCHEE	GOPH 16




00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT T
ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEปTOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750714
1700


1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.04



750714
1708


36
13

0.69
0.12
0.08



750011
1825


1
13

0.02K
0.40
0.06


275
750916
1625


1
2000
17
0.10
0.29
0.05
2.0
17
750916
1630


26
2000
17
0.13
0.40
0.05
1.4
16
236
750916
1631


31
2000
21
0.22
0.51
0.07
1.4
15
390
750916
1632


36
2000
22
0.29
0.48
0.07
Zปu
14
3710
750916
1635


50
2000
32
0.65
0.29
0.10
2.6
16
750919
1535


1
2000
19
0.11
0.27
0.04
4.5
16
205
750919
1547


50
2000
20
0.52
0.49
0.22
5.0
16
3625
750920
1145


1
2000
21
0.03
0.48
0.08
3.7
16
163
750920
1156


50
2000
15
0.21
0.64
0.10
2.0
16
1015
751007
1610


1
13

0.38
0.67
0.12







00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105 TOT NFLT
N
FE,0ISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1505


1
2000
85
460
66
64
2
0.18

750414
1510


38
2000
70

48
46
2
0.16
225
750415
1505


1
2000
185
680
60
36
24
0.21
750415
1510


34
2000
160

184
56
28
0.18
175
750416
1330


1
2000
65
420
52
36
16
0.32
130
750416
1336


35
2000
80

86
69
17
0.34
130
750417
1130


1
2000
70
850
78
67
11
0.21
145
750417
1139


31
2000
140

90
68
22
0.16
150
T50416
1015


1
2000
75
540
42
26
16
0.34

750519
1915


1
13

30K



0.60

750609
1945


1
13

30K



0.30

750626
1840


1
13

30K





750714
1700


1
13

30K





750728
1710


1
13

30K





750811
1825


1
13

30K





750828
1630


1
13

30K




58
750916
1625


1
2000
117
5K
84
82
2
0.29
750916
1630


26
2000
86

72
68
4
0.40
64
750916
1631


31
2000
185

78
76
2
0.40
121
750916
1632


36
2000


86
83
3
0.55

750916
1635


50
2000
1530

86
77
9
0.86
1630
750919
1535


1
2000
132

72
49
23
0.30
20
750919
1547


50
2000
1160

70
25
45
0.86
1435
750920
1145


1
2000
92

84
79
6
0.35

750920
1156


50
2000
349

92
61
31
0.47

751007
1610


1
13

36






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I - CH'
TIME
1505
1505
1510
1505
1505
1510
1330
1330
1336
1130
1139
1015
1015
1915
1916
1918
19*5
1946
1947
1640
1700
1701
1703
1708
1710
1825
1826
1834
1625
1630
1631
1632
1635
1535
1547
1145
1156
1610
1612
1613
APPENDIX C-2
•**ซ•••*•ป••ป•ซ••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
TIME
u
Ui
z
u
o
o
z
<
h~
R GA HY109
W LAGRA
CHATTAHOOCHEE
GDPH
16
00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL

AGENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
M6/L P
MG/L
UG/L
1
2000



2K

38
2000



2K

1
2000


0.03
2K

34
2000


0.03
2K

1
2000
35

0.05
2K

35
2000
35

0.06
2K

1
2000
45


2K

31
2000
50


2K

1
2000
60


2K

1
13

30.0
0.05

81.90
6
13




12.80
11
13




2.38
1
13

19.0


7.92
6
13




38.35
11
13




30.15
1
13

27.0



1
13

26.6
0.02K

12.28
6
13




12.46
11
13




4.91
36
13


0.02K


1
13

31.0



1
13


0.02K

16.72
6
13




14.13
28
13




5.25
1
2000
30

0.02
4

26
2000
40

0.02
4

31
2000
100

0.03
3

36
2000



2K

50
2000
1640

0.13
2K

1
2000
28

0.02
3

50
2000
1100

0.02
4

1
2000
1 OK

0.03
4

50
2000
313

0.04
4

1
13


0.05

3.85
6
13




2.38
11
13




1.81

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APPENDIX C-2
ซซซป•ซซซปซซซซซ•ซ*
WATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-07	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750115
0900


1
13
5.0
108
140
48
9.5
0.6
750225
0830


1
13
11.0
42
60
51
7.0
1.0
750408
1425


1
13
16.0
17
30
42
8.2
1.0
750414
1230


1
2000
13.5
20
40
41
6.0
0.8
750414
1235


34
2000
13.5
43
40
41
5.9
0.6
750415
1340


1
2000
13.0
43
50
35
E .6
0.6
750415
1345


34
2000
13.0
44
45
35
8.5
0.7
750416
1125


1
2000
14.0
49
50
46
7.7
1.1
750416
1130


35
2000
13.8



7.3

750417
1430


1
2000
15.0
26
35
43
7.3
1.1
750417
1431


6
2000
15.0



7.3

750417
1432


11
2000
15.0



7.3

750417
1433


16
2000
15.0



7.3

750417
1434


21
2000
14.8



7.3

750417
1435


26
2000
14.8



7.3

750417
1436


31
2000
14.8



7.3

750417
1437


32
2000
14.5



7.3

750418
1300


1
2000
15.3
20
30
41
7.8
1.2
750416
1301


6
2000
15.0



7.7

750416
1302


11
2000
15.0



7.6

750416
1303


21
2000
15.0



7.6

750418
1304


25
2000
15.0



7.6

750513
1430


1
13
25.5
22
10
47
7.0
3.0
750520
0925


1
13
24.0



7.3

750520
0926


4
13
22.0



5.8

750520
0927


6
13
21.5



4.7

750520
0928


8
13
20.5



3.9

750520
0929


11
13
20.5



3.7

750520
0930


16
13
20.5



3.7

750520
0931


21
13
20.0



3.6

750520
0932


26
13
20.0



3.8

750520
0933


31
13
2 0.0



3.7

750520
0934


36
13
20.0



3.6

750520
0935


41
13
20.0



3.6

750610
1255


1
13
27.5



11.6

750610
1256


6
13
26.5



10.4

750610
1257


7
13
26.0



9.7

750610
1258


9
13
25.0



2.3

750610
1259


11
13
24.5



0.9

750610
13Q0


16
13
23.5



0.8

750610
1301


18
13
23.5



0.7

750610
1302


21
13
23.0



0.5

750610
1303


26
13
23.0



0.5

750610
1304


31
13
22.5



0.3

750610
1305


36
13
22.5



0.2


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C-2-42
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-07
CHATTAHOOCHEE
R AT LAGRA
WTR INT
CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300


DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
00



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
750610
1306
41
13
22.5



0.2
750626
1535
1
13
27.5



11.8
750626
1536
6
13
27.0



7.5
750626
1537
11
13
26.5



5.8
750626
1538
14
13
26.0



2.0
750626
1539
16
13
26.0



1.4
750626
1540
18
13
26.0



0.2
750626
1541
21
13
24.5



0.2
750626
1542
26
13
24.0



0.1
750626
1543
31
13
23.5



0.1
750626
1544
36
13
23.5



0.1
750626
1545
41
13
23.0



0.1
750708
1445
1
13
28.0
20
15
66
7.7
750714
1840
1
13
29.0



12.5
750714
1841
4
13
29.0



11.5
750714
1842
6
13
28.0



9.0
750714
1843
8
13




7.1
750714
1844
11
13
27.0



2.5
750714
1845
16
13
26.5



1.6
750714
1846
21
13
26.0



0.9
750714
1847
26
13
26.0



0.6
750714
1848
31
13
25.5



0.2
750714
1849
36
13
25.0



0.1
750714
1850
41
13
24.5



0.1
750728
1610
1
13
29.5



11.2
750728
1611
6
13
28.0



6.0
750728
1612
8
13
27.5



4.4
750728
1613
11
13
27.5



2.6
750728
1614
13
13
27.0



2.4
750728
1615
16
13
27.0



2.3
750728
1616
18
13
26.5



1.9
750728
1617
21
13
27.0



0.9
750728
1618
26
13
26.5



0.2
750812
1030
1
13
28.0



9.1
750812
1031
4
13
27.5



7.5
750812
1032
6
13
27.0



6.1
750812
1033
8
13
27.0



5.0
750812
1034
10
13
27.0



4.6
750812
1035
11
13
27.0



4.0
750812
1036
14
13
26.5



3.9
750812
1037
16
13
26.0



2.2
750812
1038
18
13
26.0



2.3
750812
1039
21
13
26.0



2.9
750812
1040
26
13
25.0



2.3
75&&12
1041
31
13




ฃ.7
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
2.0

-------
C-2-43
APPENDIX C-2
•ซ•*•ปซ*ป•ปซซป•ปซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-07
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
DATE TIME
750812
750812
750812
750819
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750828
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750908
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
1042
1043
1044
1215
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
0915
0920
0921
0922
0923
0924
0925
0926
0927
0928
0929
0930
1735
1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1400
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD

AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
36
13
24.5



2.9

41
13
24.0



3.0

46
13
24.0



3.0

1
13
31.0
4
5
68
7.8
2.7
1
13
29.0



9.1

6
13
28.5



7.3

11
13
28.5



6.1

13
13
28.0



3.2

16
13
27.5



2.3

21
13
26.5



1.1

26
13
26.0



0.2

31
13
25.0



0.1

36
13
25.0



0.1

41
13
25.0



0.1

1
13
27.5



7.9

6
13
28.0



7.6

11
13
28.0



5.2

16
13
27.5



3.3

18
13
27.0



2.4

21
13
27.0



1.1

23
13
26.0



0.3

26
13
25.5



0.1

31
13
25.0



0.2

36
13
25.0



0.2

41
13
25.0



0.6

46
13
25.0



1.2

1
2000
25.5
4K
25
75
7.0
1.1
6
2000
25.5



5.8

11
2000
25.5



S.5

16
2000
25.5



5.3

21
2000
25.2
6
30
65
4.8
0.8
26
2000
24.8
7
25
70
1.8
0.3
31
2000
24.0
8
40
65
1.1
0.3
36
2000
23.5



0.9

41
2000
23.5



0.7

46
2000
23.0



0.7

52
2000

10
40
70

0.5
1
2000
25.0
4K
20
71
6.0

6
2000
25.3



4.9

11
2000
25.3



4.8

16
2000
25.0



4.8

21
2000
25.0



4.7

26
2000
25.0
5
20
71
4.6

28
2000
24.5
6
20
60
0.7

31
2000
24.0
12
30
66
0.2


-------
I — CH-
TIME
1408
1409
1410
1130
1440
1441
1442
1443
1444
1445
1446
1447
1448
1449
1450
1451
1452
1310
1311
1312
1313
1314
1315
1316
1317
1318
1319
1320
1215
1216
1217
1218
1219
1220
1221
1222
1223
1224
1225
1226
1227
1228
1245
1246
\2Vt
APPENDIX C-2
*ซ•••*••••••••ป•ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE
00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
DEPTH
COLLECT
HATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO

AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
36
2000
24.0



0.3
41
2000
23.5



0.3
46
2000
23.5
6
30
60
O.IK
1
13
23.5
5
5
67
4.6
1
2000
24.8
4K
20
66
7.2
6
2000
25.0



7.1
11
2000
25.0



7.1
16
2000
25.0



6.8
21
2000
25.0



6.6
26
2000
25.0
4K
20
66
6.3
26
2000
25.0



4.9
31
2000
24.8
8
30
66
3.4
33
2000
24.5



2.8
36
2000
24.2
10
30
61
1.9
41
2000
23.8



1.8
45
2000
23.8



1.6
50
2000

10
30
66

1
2000
25.2
4
20
71
4.7
6
2000
25.2



4,3
11
2000
25.2



3.9
16
2000
25.0



3.9
21
2000
25.0



4.0
26
2000
25.0



4.0
31
2000
25.0



3.4
36
2000
24.8
4K
20
71
2.4
41
2000
24.5
4
20
71
1.0
46
2000
24.5
4
30
71
0.6
50
2000

6
30
71

1
2000
26.0
4
30
77
6.4
3
2000
25.0



6.0
6
2000
24.6



4.0
11
2000
24.6



3.6
16
2000
24.6



3.5
21
2000
24.5



3.5
26
2000
24.3



3.6
31
2000
24.2



3.7
36
2000
24.0



3.8
41
2000
24.0



3.8
45
2000
24.0



3.8
47
2000

20
20
77

50
2000
23.5



3.4
52
2000
23.5



3.4
1
2000
26.0
4K
20
77
8.9
3
2000
25.0



7.0
ซป
2000
24.a



5.8

-------
I - CH
TIME
1248
1249
1250
1251
1252
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1220
1221
1222
1223
1224
1225
1226
1227
1228
1229
1230
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
1734
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
162S
C-2-45
APPENDIX C-2
ซซซซซ•ซ**•ซซ•ซ••ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOO

AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
9
2000
24.4



3.6

11
2000
24.0



3.9

16
2000
23.8



4.2

21
2000
23.8



4.3

26
2000
23.8



4.3

31
2000
23.6



4.3

36
2000
23.5



4.3

41
2000
23.5



4.4

45
2000
23.5



4.3

50
2000

30
20
72

0.8
1
13
21.7



5.3

3
13
22.0



5.2

6
13
22.0



5.2

11
13
22.2



5.1

16
13
22.2



5.1

21
13
22.2



5.1

22
13
22.2



5.1

31
13
22.2



5.1

36
13
22.2



5.0

41
13
22.2



5.0

46
13
22.2



5.0

1
13
18.5



6.5

3
13
18.0



6.5

6
13
18.0



6.3

11
13
17.5



6.4

16
13
17.2



6.4

21
13
17.2



6.4

26
13
17.2



6.4

31
13
17.2



6.4

36
13
17.2



6.4

41
13
17.2



6.4

1
13
19.0



7.1

3
13
19.0



7.2

6
13
19.0



7.0

11
13
18.3



6.8

16
13
19.0



6.1

21
13
18.0



4.7

26
13
18.0



4.3

31
13
18.0



4.0

36
13
18.0



3.8

41
13
17.8



3.3

46
13
17.8



3.1


-------
C-2-46
APPENDIX C-2
•*•••••#•••••••*•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
StATION - CH-07	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LA6RA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00400
00403
00410
00610
00630
00665




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
LAB
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT





AGENCY

PH
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
750115
0900


1
13
6.1
6.8
12
0.04
0.35
0.20
750225
0830


1
13
6.2
6.8
10
0.07
0.40
0.11
750408
1425


1
13
7.1
6.8
10
0.04
0.29
0.08
750414
1230


1
2000
6.7

15
0.06
0.32
0.09
750414
1235


34
2000
6.7

17
0.05
0.32
0.08
750415
1340


1
2000
6.4

20
0.04
0.26
0.08
750415
1345


34
2000
6.4

12
0.06
0.22
0.06
750416
1125


1
2000
6.4

13
0.07
0.36
0.10
750417
1430


1
2000
6.4

20
0.05
0.32
0.09
750418
1300


1
2000
6.6

13
0.05
0.32
0.08
750513
1430


1
13
7.5
7.0
10
0.02K
0.24
0.11
750520
0925


1
13
6.7


0.06
0.38
0.09
750520
0926


4
13
6.7





750520
0927


6
13
6.7



0.32
0.10
750520
0933


31
13
6.8


0.11
750610
1255


1
13



0.02K
0.02K
0.04
750626
1535


1
13
7.6





750626
1544


36
13
6.7




0.07
750708
1445


1
13
7.4
7.2
18
0.07
0.17
750714
1840


1
13



0.32
0.02K
0.05
750714
1849


36
13



0.44
0.26
0.07
750728
1610


1
13
8.2





750728
1617


21
13
7.2



0.39
0.07
750812
1030


1
13
7.4


0.02K
750812
1042


36
13
6.6


0.16
0.59
0.09
750819
1215


1
13
9.0
8.9
20
0.02K
0.02K
0.03
750828
1430


1
13
7.3





750828
1437


31
13
6.1



0.29
0.05
750908
0915


1
13
7.1


0.02K
750908
0926


26
13
6.3


0.26
0.45
0.07
750915
1735


1
2000
6.8

17
0.10
0.46
0.06
750915
1739


21
2000
6.4

18
0.16
0.48
0.06
750915
1740


26
2000
6.1

19
0.22
0.56
0.06
750915
1741


31
2000
6.1

15
0.25
0.57
0.07
750915
1745


52
2000
6.2

19
0.41
0.47
0.09
750916
1400


1
2000
6.5

18
0.14
0.54
0.07
750916
1405


26
2000
6.4

16
0.20
0.46
0.07
750916
1406


28
2000
6.2

17
0.25
0.52
0.07
750916
1407


31
2000
6.2

21
0.28
0.47
0.07
750916
1410


46
2000
6.2

18
0.39
0.41
0.08
750917
1130


1
13

6.7
17
0.22
0.53
0.05
750917
1440


1
2000
6.4

17
0.14
0.62
0.06
750917
1445


26
2000
6.4

15
0.14
0.60
0.06
T509VT
\44T


31
2000
6.3

18
0.28
0.57
0.07
TWปVซ
YMปซi


3b
2000
6.2

18
0.35
0.52
0.07

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APPENDIX C-2
ปซซป*ปซ*•ปซซป*ซ*ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-07	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00*00
00*03
00*10
00610
00630
00665




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
LAB
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT





AGENCY

PH
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
750917
1*52


50
2000
6.3

22
0.60
0.*1
0.09
7S09I8
1310


1
2000
6.3

15
0.17
0.62
0.07
750918
1317


36
2000
6.2

18
0.27
0.60
0.07
750918
1318


*1
2000
6.2

18
o.*o
0.52
0.07
750918
1319


*6
2000
6.1

18
0.62
o.*o
0.09
750918
1320


50
2000
6.1

28
0.69
0.3*
0.03
750919
1215


1
2000
6.5

15
0.11
0.62
0.06
750919
1226


*7
2000


18
0.17
0.66
0.12
750920
12*5


1
2000
7.0

20
0.02
0.59
0.07
750920
1257


50
2000
6.3

15
0.17
0.71
0.11
751007
1725


1
13



0.30
0.60
0.1*
751007
1731


26
13



0.10
0.65
0.12
751112
1605


1
13
6.3









00003
00027
00680
00900
010*5
01055
31616
00500




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE





AGENCY
C
CAC03
FEtTOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
750115
0900


1
13
5.0
1*
2800
60
*300

750225
0830


1
13
5.0
13
1600
80
23000

750408
1*25



13
2.0
11
700
50
*300

750*1*
1230


1
2000
1.7
8
650
70
570
38
750*1*
1235


3*
2000
1.7
10
650
70

*0
750*15
13*0


1
2000
2.6
8
700
95
1650
60
750*15
13*5


3*
2000
2.6
8
800
100

56
750*16
1125


1
2000
2.7
10
1550
75
3900
76
750*17
1*30


1
2000
1.2



1550
*8
750*18
1300


1
2000
1.5

550
75
760
6*
750513
1*30


1
13
*.0
11
890
50K
150

750520
0925


1
13




36

750610
1255


1
13




30K

750626
1535


1
13




30K

750708
1**5


1
13
5.0
18
550
50K
36

75071*
18*0


1
13




150

750728
1610


1
13




30K

750812
1030


1
13




30K

750819
1215


1
13
*.0
17
200
50K
*3000

750828
1*30


1
13




91

750908
0915


1
13




36

750915
1735


1
2000
2.9

9*9
56
5K

750915
1739


21
2000
2.6

299
83


750915
17*0


26
2000
2.0

*22
1**


750915
17*1


31
2000
1.7

523
2*7


750915
17*5


52
2000
2.0

778
706



-------
00500
SIDUE
OTAL
MG/L
66
70
44
56
68
30
80
32
40
44
92
88
96
94
98
58
72
62
92
31501
iT COL I
IMENDO
'100ML
9300
43000
APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••••••••••
MATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUOY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE
00003
00027
00680
00900
01045
01055
31616
OEPTH
COLLECT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI

AGENCY
C
CAC03
FE.TOT
MN
M^M-FCBR
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
1
2000
2.0
16
247
68
2K
26
2000
2.0
16
475
140

28
2000
1.4
14
450
905

31
2000
1.7
14
609
394

46
2000
1.4
14
776
834

1
13
3.0
16
330
70
30K
1
2000
2.0
16
213
75
2K
26
2000
1.4
16
221
65

31
2000
1.4
15
468
304

36
2000
2.0
14
642
445

50
2000
1.7
16
1028
1500

1
2000
2.0
16
280
95
2K
36
2000
1.7
16
423
1112

41
2000
1.7
16
701
974

46
2000
2.0
15
946
1650

50
2000
1.7
15
1168
3644

1
2000
2.9
16
215
88
2
47
2000
3.0
15
727
246

1
2000
3.0
16
155
75

50
2000
2.5
15
618
232

1
13




91
TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
34
3

00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
13
13
13
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
200Q
13
13
13
13
13
13
2000
00515
RESIDUE
DISS-105
C MG/L
37
35
28
25
52
35
51
00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
41
16
10
1
5
32
31
24
13
13
18
36
6
00625
TOT KJEL
N
MG/L
0.21
0.18
0.21
0.16
0.30
0.21
0.21
0.20
0.30
0.50
0.28
01046
IRON
FE.DISS
UG/L
240
145
160
145
01056
MANGNESE
MN.DISS
UG/L
60
55
30
55

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APPENDIX C-2
••••••ป*•••••••*•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-07
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LAGRA WTR INT CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00515
00530
00625
010*6
01056
31501




DEPTH
COLLECT
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
TOT COLI





AGENCY
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FEปDISS
MN.DISS
MFIMENDO
DATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
750915
17*0


26
2000


0.40



750915
17*1


31
2000


0.40



750915
17*5


52
2000


0.56



750916
1*00


1
2000
6*
*
0.38
30
1 OK

750916
1*05


26
2000
59
11
0.38
45
41

750916
1*06


28
2000
*0
*
0.*0
53
122

750916
1*07


31
2000
51
5
0.44
50
290

750916
1*10


*6
2000
60
8
0.68
126
781

750917
1130


I
13

IK



230
750917
1**0


1
2000
16
1*
0.46
50
20

750917
1**5


26
2000
65
15
0.42
30
*0

750917
1**7


31
2000
*
28
0.37



750917
1**9


36
2000
11
19
0.42
*5
403

750917
1*52


50
2000
21
23
0.73
311
1595

750918
1310


1
2000
87
5
0.33
65
1 OK

750918
1317


36
2000
86
2
0.46
58
425

750918
1318


*1
2000
89
7
0.61



750918
*1319


*6
2000
90
*
0.80
121
1600

750918
1320


50
2000
88
10
1.07
378
2100

750919
1215


1
2000
37
21
0.35
27
38

750919
1226


*7
2000
*7
25
0.35
54
182

750920
12*5


1
2000
*1
21
0.35



750920
1257


50
2000
*7
*5
0.22

190





00003
00027
00020
00666
009*5
32209
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL
TRANSP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750*14
1230


1
2000


2K



750*1*
1230








24

750*1*
1235


3*
2000


2K



750*15
13*0


1
2000

0.0*
2K



750*15
13*0








12

75ฎ*15
13*5


3*
2000

0.03
2K



750*16
1125


1
2000


2K



750*16
1125








6

750*17
1*30


1
2000


2K



750*17
1*30








2*

750*18
1300


1
2000


2K



758*18
1300








24

750520
0925


1
13
23.5
0.05

4.**


750520
0926


*
13



7.20


750520
0927


6
13



3.10


750520
0933


31
13

0.05





-------
C-2-50
APPENDIX C-2
•ซ•ซ•••••••••*••*
MATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
SfATION - CH-07
CHATTAHOOCHEE
R AT LAGRA
WTR INT
CHATTAHOOCHEE



00003
00027
00020
00666
009*5
32209


DEPTH
COLLECT
AIR
PHOS-DIS
sulfate
CHLRPHYL



AGENCY
TEMP

SO*-TOT
A
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
750610
1255
1
13
30.0
0.02K

*5.80
750610
1259
11
13



13.18
750610
1306
*1
13

0.0*


750626
1535
1
13
27.0



750714
18*0
1
13
23.5
0.02

2.99
75071*
18*2
6
13



18.79
75071*
18*9
36
13

0.02K


750812
1030
1
13

0.02K

*.16
750812
1032
6
13



6.*7
750812
1035
11
13



16.59
750812
10*2
36
13

0.0*K


750908
0915
1
13

0.02K

15.30
750908
0921
11
13



6.*7
750908
0923
18
13



12.63
750908
0926
26
13

0.03


750916
1*00
1
2000

0.03
2K

750916
1*05
26
2000

0.03
2K

750916
1*06
28
2000

0.03
2K

750916
1*07
31
2000

0.0*
2K

750916
1*10
*6
2000

0.03
2K

750917
1**0
1
2000

0.03
*

750917
1**5
26
2000

0.03
37

750917
1**7
31
2000


*

750917
1**9
36
2000

0.03
*

750917
1*52
50
2000

0.03
2K

750918
1310
1
2000

0.0*
2K

750918
1317
36
2000

0.03
2K

750918
1318
*1
2000


2

750918
1319
*6
2000

0.02
2

750918
1320
50
2000

0.09
2

750919
1215
1
2000

0.03
6

750919
1226
*7
2000

0.0*
5

750920
12*5
1
2000


3

750920
1257
50
2000

0.0*
*

75092*
1220
1
13
17.0



751007
1725
1
13

0.06

7.7*
751007
1727
6
13



2.41
751007
1728
11
13



2.05
751007
1731
26
13

0.07


751112
1605
1
13



6.11
751112
1607
6
13



6.59
751112
1608
11
13



3.09
00077	00745
TRANSP	SULFIDE
SECCHI	TOTAL
INCHES	MG/L
1.0K
1.0K

-------
C-2-51
APPENDIX C-2
ซ••*ซปซป••ซซ•ซซซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08	YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




OEPTH
COLLECT
WA TER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUcrvr
00
BOO
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750*1*
1*15


1
2000
16.5
65
60
41
5.6
0.7
6.7
75041*
1*20


25
2000
15.0
27
40
41
1.2
0.9
6.2
750*15
1*30


1
2000
15.0
35
50
43
6.9
0.5
6.4
750*15
1*31


5
2000
15.0



6.9


750*15
1*32


10
2000
15.0



6.9


750*15
1*33


20
2000
15.0



6.9


750*15
1*3*


27
2000
14.5
42
60
43
6.8
0.6
6.4
750*16
1215


1
2000
14.0
81
60
29
8.1
0.7
6.4
750*16
1221


6
2000
13.5



8.0


750*16
1222


11
2000
13.0



8.0


750*16
1223


16
2000
13.0



8.0


750*16
122*


21
2000
13.0



7.8


750*16
1225


26
2000
13.0
78
50
29
7.6
0.9
6.4
750*17
1300


1
2000
16.5
71
50
28
6.9
1.1
6.5
750*17
1301


6
2000
15.0



6.9


750*17
1302


11
2000
14.5



6.9


750*17
1303


16
2000
14.5



6.9


750*17
130*


21
2000
14.5



6.5


750*17
1305


26
2000
14.0
63
45
31
6.3
0.7
6.3
750*18
1125


1
2000
16.0
73
60
28
8.0
1.2
6.7
750*18
1126


6
2000
16.0



7.9


750*18
1127


11
2000
14.8



7.0


750*18
1128


16
2000
14.5



7.0


750*18
1129


21
2000
14.3



7.0


750*18
1130


26
2000
14.3
86
60
27
7.0
1.4
6.3
750520
0835


1
13
24.5



9.9

6.7
750520
0836


6
13
23.5



10.0

6.7
750520
0837


11
13
21.5



10.0


750520
0838


1*
13
20.5



4.3

6.6
750520
0839


16
13
20.5



4.2


750520
08*0


18
13
20.0



4.2


750520
08*1


21
13
19.5



1.7


750520
08*2


26
13
19.0



1.9


750520
08*3


31
13
18.5



2.0


750520
08**


36
13
18.0



0.1

6.4
750520
08*5


*1
13
17.5



O.IK


750610
11*0


1
13
28.0



9.1


750610
11*1


6
13
27.5



9.1


750610
11*2


8
13
26.5



8.5


750610
11*3


11
13
26.5



5.4


750610
11**


12
13
25.0



2*2


750610
11*5


16
13
25.0



0.2


750610
11*6


21
13
23.0



0.2


750610
11*7


26
13
21.5



0.2


750610
11*8


31
13
20.5



0.1



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C-2-52
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•••••••••ซ*•••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08
YELLOW JACKET CR S2O90 W OF LA6R CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310 00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
time
DATE
time
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L SU
750610
1149


36
13
19.5



0.1

750610
1150


41
13
18.0



0.1

750626
1445


1
13
28.0



8.5
6.2
750626
1446


6
13
28.0



8.3

750626
1447


11
13
28.0



8.4

750626
1448


13
13
27.5



7.8

750626
1449


14
13
27.5



7.2

750626
1450


15
13
26.0



1.2

750626
1451


16
13
26.0



0.6

750626
1452


21
13
24.5



0.1

750626
1453


26
13
23.5



0.1

750626
1454


31
13
21.5



0.1

750626
1455


36
13
20.5



0.1
6.1
750626
1456


41
13
20.0



0.1

750714
1800


1
13
28.5



10.0

750714
1801


6
13
28.0



9.5

75071*
1802


7
13
28.0



9.3

750714
1803


9
13
27.0



7.2

750714
1804


11
13
27.0



4.1

750714
1805


16
13
26.5



2.1

750714
1806


21
13
26.0



0.9

750714
1807


26
13
24.5



0.1

750714
1808


31
13
24.5



0.1

750714
1809


36
13
22.0



0.1

750714
1810


41
13
20.5



0.1

750728
1640


1
13
30.0



8.4
7.7
750728
1641


6
13
29.5



7.8

750728
1642


11
13
29.0



5.5

750728
1643


13
13
27.0



2.4

750728
1644


16
13
27.5



2.3

750728
1645


18
13
26.5



0.5

750728
1646


21
13
27.0



0.2
7.1
750728
1647


26
13
26.0



0.1

750728
1640


31
13
24.5



O.IK

750812
0955


1
13
28.0



8.6
7.5
750812
0956


6
13
28.0



7.6

750812
0957


8
13
27.5



7.8

750812
0958


11
13
27.5



4.9

750812
0959


13
13
27.0



3.3

750812
1000


16
13
27.0



2.0

750812
1001


18
13
27.0



1.8

750812
1002


21
13
27.0



0.1

750812
1003


26
13
26.0



O.IK
6.5
TSQBXZ
1004


31
13
25.0



O.IK

isrni



3kt>

23 .S



O.IK.


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C—2—53
APPENDIX C-2
••••••••••••*•••ป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08	YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LA6R CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





agency
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750828
1555


1
13
29.0



7.7

7.1
750826
1556


6
13
29.0



7.6


750828
1557


11
13
29.5



7.6


750828
1558


13
13
29.0



7.4


750828
15S9


15
13
29.0



5.0


750828
1600


16
13
29.0



4.4


750828
1601


18
13
27.0



1.5


750828
1602


21
13
26.0



0.1

6.1
750828
1603


26
13
25.0



O.IK


750828
1604


31
13
24.0



O.IK


750909
0955


1
13
28.0



7.9

7.2
750909
0956


6
13
28.0



6.9


750909
0957


11
13
28.0



5.5


750909
0958


14
13
28.0



4.1


750909
0959


16
13
27.8



3.1


750909
1000


18
13
27.2



0.6


750909
1001


21
13
26.8



0.0


750909
1002


26
13
26.0



0.0

6.5
750909
1003


31
13
25.0



0.0


750909
1004


36
13
24.0



0.0


750915
1435


1
2000
25.0
5
35
62
4.0
1.7
6.5
750916
1505


1
2000
25.8
4K
20
71
3.6

6.4
750916
1506


6
2000
25.5



3.1


750916
1507


11
2000
25.5



2.7


750916
1508


16
2000
25.5



2.6


750916
1509


21
2000
25.5



2.5


750916
1510


26
2000
25.5
4K
20
71
2.1

6.4
750916
1511


31
2000
24.5
23
150
110
0.0

6.4
750916
1512


36
2000
23.5
32
150
121
0.0

6.5
750916
1513


*1
2000
23.5



0.0


750916
1514


45
2000
22.5
34
150
154
0.0

6.5
750917
1345


1
2000
25.0
4K
30
63
2.2

6.4
750917
1346


6
2000
25.2



2.2


750917
1347


11
2000
25.2



2.1


750917
1348


16
2000
25.2



2.0


7S0917
1349


21
2000
25.2



2.0


750917
1350


26
2000
25.2
4K
30
66
2.0

6.4
750917
1351


29
2000
25.0



1.8


750917
1352


30
2000
25.0



1.8


750917
1353


31
2000
24.5
26
140
81
0.0

6.3
750917
1354


36
2000
23.5
28
200
102
0.0

6.3
750917
1355


41
2000
23.2



0.0


750917
1356


~2
2000
23.2
28
280
122
0.0

6.3
750918
1*00


1
2000
25.8
4K
30
66
3.4

6.4
750918
1401


6
2000
25.2



1.5



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C-2-54
APPENDIX C-2
HATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GE0R6IA
STATION - CH-08
YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
0031




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOO





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750918
1402


11
2000
25.2



1.3

750918
1403


16
2000
25.0



1.6

750918
1404


21
2000
25.0



1.7

750918
1405


26
2000
24.8
4K
50
56
1.9

750918
1406


28
2000
24.8



1.6

750918
1407


29
2000
24.6



0.8

750918
1408


30
2000
24.5



0.9

750918
1409


31
2000
24.2
16
140
102
0.2

750918
1410


33
2000
23.8



O.IK

750918
1411


36
2000
23.5
23
280
122
0.0

750918
1412


41
2000
23.0



0.0

750918
1413


43
2000
22.5
30
280
158
0.0

750919
1115


1
2000
25.2
4K
30
77
2.3

750919
1116


6
2000
25.0



1.6

750919
1117


11
2000
25.0



1.6

750919
1118


16
2000
25.0



1.6

750919
1119


21
2000
25.0



1.5

750919
1120


26
2000
25.0
4K
30
72
1.3

750919
1121


27
2000
25.0



0.9

750919
1122


29
2000
24.8
24
30
66
0.4

750919
1123


30
2000
24.8



0.0

750919
1124


31
2000
24.5
8
140
88
0.0

750919
1125


36
2000
23.5



0.0

750919
1126


41
2000
23.0
20
280
110
0.0

750920
1215


1
2000
26.3
4K
20
72
6.0
1.
750920
1216


3
2000
25.6



3.6

750920
1217


6
2000
25.5



3.3

750920
1218


11
2000
25.0



2.2

750920
1219


16
2000
25.0



2.5

750920
1220


21
2000
25.0



2.5

750920
1220


26
2000
24.8
4K
20
77
1.9
0.
750920
12 22


31
2000
24.0



1.4

750920
1223


36
2000
23.3



1 .6
11.
750920
1223


39
2000

20
140
no

750920
1225


41
2000
22.8



1.5

750920
1226


43
2000
22.8



1.2

750920
1227


46
2000
22.2



0.1

750924
1240


1
13
22.8



1.4

750924
1241


3
13
23.0



1.3

750924
1242


6
13
23.0



1.3

750924
1243


11
13
23.2



1.3

750924
1244


16
13
23.2



1.2

750924
1245


21
13
23.2



1.4

TS0924
1246


26
13
23.2



1.8


V2.VI



Y3
23.2



2.4

00400
PH
SU
6.3
6.3
6.3
6.2
6.1
6*1
6.0
6.0
6.0
6*3
6,3

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C-2-55
APPENDIX C-2
HATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08	YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
water
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750924
1248


35
13
23.0



2.6


750925
1230


1
13
22.5



1.4


750925
1231


3
13
22.5



1.5


750925
1232


6
13
22.5



0.9


750925
1233


11
13
22.8



0.9


750925
1234


16
13
22.8



1.2


750925
1235


21
13
22.8



1.4


750925
1236


26
13
22.8



1.4


750925
1237


31
13
22.5



1.5


750925
1238


36
13
22.5



1.4


750925
1239


41
13
22.5



0.1


750925
1240


46
13
22.0



O.IK


751007
1635


1
13
21.5



6.1

6.3
751007
1636


3
13
21.5



5.9


751007
1637


6
13
20.8



4.7


751007
1638


11
13
20.2



3.6


751007
1639


16
13
20.0



3.9


751007
1640


21
13
20.0



4.1


751007
1641


26
13
19.8



4.7


751007
1642


31
13
19.5



4.5


751007
1643


36
13
19.5



3.9

6.3
751112
1540


1
13
19.5



8.5

6.1
751112
1541


3
13
20.0



8.5


751112
1542


6
13
20.0



8.3


751112
1543


7
13
20.0



8.3


751112
1544


8
13
19.5



4.7


751112
1545


9
13
19.8



3.7


751112
1546


11
13
18.0



0.0


751112
1547


16
13
18.0



0.0

6.2
751112
1548


21
13
18.0



0.2


751112
1549


26
13
18.0



0.4


751112
1550


31
13
17.8



0.6


751112
1551


36
13
17.5



0.6






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FE.TOT
OATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
M6/L
MG/L
M6/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
75041*
1415


1
2000
20
0.02
0.14
0.03
2.6
11
1600
750414
1420


25
2000
20
0.10
0.07
0.05
5.0
13
3100
750415
1430


1
2000
20
0.02
0.10
0.03
2.6
11
950
750415
1434


27
2000
19
0.02
0.10
0.03
1.7
13
1850
750416
1215


1
2000
11
0.02
0.10
0.05
4.3
11
2950
750416
1225


26
2000
11
0.02
0.09
0.03
4.3
11
2800

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ฆ2-56
010*5
IRON
:.tot
UG/L
2800
2550
2600
2850
510
729
915
8575
17560
23250
579
560
5030
18000
1170
568
582
650 0
18540
25000
398
505
671
254 0
445
218
263
22500
APPENOIX O2
*•••ป••••••••ซ•*ซ
water quality data-post impoundment study
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE
00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C

AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-T0TAL

C
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
M6/L
1
2000
12
0.02
0.10
0.04
2.7
26
2000
19
0.03
0.10
0.04
3.4
1
2000
11
0.02
0.10
0.03
4.4
26
2000
10
0.09
0.11
0.07
4.5
1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.03

36
13

0.68
0.02K
0.21

1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.04

1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02

36
13

0.81
0.02K
0.10

1
13

0.02K
0.14
0.04

26
13

0.19
0.02
0.04

1
13

0.02K
0.07
0.02

26
13

0.09
0.02
0.02

1
2000
23
0.04
0.02
0.03
3.3
1
2000
26
0.03
0.02
0.03
4.2
26
2000
23
0.06
0.05
0.03
2.6
31
2000
49
1.02
0.02
0.12
4.3
36
2000
67
1.92
0.06
0.19
5.9
45
2000
68
2.70
0.03
0.26
6.5
1
2000
25
0.05
0.07
0.03
2.6
26
2000
25
0.03
0.07
0.03
2.6
31
2000
34
0.60
0.07
0.07
4.3
36
2000
56
1.90
0.07
0.17
5.9
42
2000
70
0.11
0.07
0.04
4.3
1
2000
23
0.08
0.03
0.05
4.3
26
2000
27
0.11
0.03
0.03
2.6
31
2000
40
0.76
0.07
0.08
4.2
36
2000
70
2.00
0.05
0.19
5.7
43
2000
88
2.95
0 .01K
0.27
5.5
1
2000
24
0.08
0.03
0.02
2.9
26
2000
22
0.21
0.05
0.03
2.9
29
2000
28
0.15
0.04
0.03
2.9
31
2000
27
0.52
0.01
0.04
4.2
41
2000
47
0.10
0.05
0.03
3.3
1
2000
25
0.07
0.03
0.04
3.0
26
2000
20
0.19
0.39
0.03
3.0
39
2000
62
2.53
0.01
0.21
6.0
1
13

0.37
0.28
0.08

36
13

0.38
0.80
0.13


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2-57
01046
IRON
ปDISS
U6/L
290
255
230
320
255
205
270
260
50
64
462
7950
17650
23150
88
60
17150
484
20K
85
5610
17900
24200
20
1470
24
APPENDIX C-2
ซ•*•••ซซ•*•*•*ซซ*
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
1
25
1
27
1
26
1
26
1
26
1
36
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
26
31
36
45
1
26
31
36
42
1
26
31
36
43
1
26
29
31
41
1
26
39
1
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
€000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
13
01055
MANGNESE
MN
UG/L
265
1450
530
555
200
215
150
215
155
175
550
662
715
3040
4700
6500
685
689
3210
4640
813
690
907
2760
5000
7850
526
673
823
2710
592
392
220
5880
31616
FEC COLI
MFM-FCBR
/100ML
60
120
2700
1800
690
30K
30K
30K
30K
30K
30K
36
30K
5K
2K
2K
2K
2K
00500
RESIDUE
TOTAL
MG/L
46
72
44
48
94
94
100
83
88
104
72
74
114
100
136
178
64
40
42
92
118
38
52
58
94
120
56
44
56
78
108
80
108
160
00515
RESIDUE
DISS-105
C MG/L
45
64
31
29
64
63
71
71
62
43
66
68
110
90
110
134
48
14
3
27
44
31
35
22
34
50
49
37
52
63
80
60
90
75
00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
1
8
13
19
30
31
29
12
26
61
9
6
4
10
26
44
16
26
39
65
74
7
17
36
60
70
5
7
4
15
28
20
18
85
30

-------
02-58
APPENDIX C-2
•••••ซ•••*•••ซ*••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08
YELLOW JACKET
CR S2098
W OF LAGR
CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209


DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL



AGENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
DATE
TIME OATE
TIME FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
75041*
1415
1
2000



2K

750414
1415







750414
14 20
25
2000



2K

750415
1430
1
2000
480

0.02
2K

750415
1434
27
2000
505

0.03
2K

750416
1215
1
2000
150

0.01
2K

750416
1215







750416
1225
26
2000
160

0.01
2K

750417
1300
1
2000
120


2K

750417
1300







750417
1305
26
2000



2K

750418
1125
1
2000
110


2K

750418
1125







750418
1130
26
2000
120


2K

750520
0835
1
13

22.5
0.02

1.82
750520
0836
6
13




12.10
750520
0838
14
13




3.00
750520
0844
36
13


0.05


750610
1140
1
13


0.02K


750610
1141
6
13




14.82
750610
1143
11
13




16.50
750626
1445
1
13

27.0



750714
1800
1
13

25.5
0.02K

4.94
750714
1801
6
13




9.80
750714
1804
11
13




6.65
750714
1809
36
13


*
O
•
ฉ


750728
1640
1
13

31.0



750812
0955
1
13


0.02K

6.62
>50812
0956
6
13




9.28
750812
0958
11
13




6.84
750812
1003
26
13


0.02K


750909
0955
1
13


0.02K


750909
0956
6
13




10.30
750909
0957
11
13




10.26
750909
1002
26
13


0.02K


750915
1435
1
2000
348


2K

750916
1505
1
2000
418

0.04
2K

750916
1510
26
2000
727

0.03
2K

750916
1511
31
2000
3100

0.08
2K

750916
1512
36
2000
5120

0.13
2K

750916
1514
45
2000
6600

0.20
2K

750917
1345
1
2000
392

0.02
2K

750917
1350
26
2000
379

0.02
2K

750917
1353
31
2000
3210


2K

750917
1354
36
2000
5090

0.15
2K

00077
TRANSP
SECCHI
INCHES
12
00745
SULFIDE
TOTAL
MG/L
1.0K

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C-2-59
APPENDIX C-2
ซ••ซปปปป•ซซป•ปซปป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08	YELLOW JACKET CR S2098 W OF LAGR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
chlrphyl
TRANSP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
MN.DISS
temp

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750917
1356


42
2000
730

0.02
2K


1. OK
750918
1400


1
2000
425

0.02
2K



750918
1405


26
2000
593

0.02
2K



750918
1409


31
2000
2835

0.04
2K



750918
1411


36
2000
5000

0.13
2K



750918
1413


43
2000
7100

0.20
2K


1.0K
750919
1115


1
2000
320

0.02
2K



750919
1120


26
2000
388

0.02
2K



750919
1122


29
2000



2



750919
1124


31
2000
2620

0.02
2K



750919
1126


41
2000
335

0.02
2K



750920
1215


1
2000
184

0.02
2



750920
1220


26
2000
187

0.02
4



750920
1223


39
2000
3780

0.08
2K



751007
1635


1
13


0.04

2.77


751007
1638


11
13




9.34


751007
1639


16
13




2.34


751007
1643


36
13


0.05




751112
1540


1
13




12.24


751112
1541


3
13




12.38


751112
1542


6
13




12.31



-------
C-2-60
APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••••••••••
WATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08A
JACKSON CR NW OF LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750*16
1310


1
2000
15.0
76
50
29
7.4
0.7
750416
1315


8
2000
14.0



8.0

750417
1230


1
2000
17.0
61
60
29
7.8
1.2
750417
1231


6
2000
15.0



7.6

750417
1232


11
2000
14.0



6.2

750417
1233


14
2000
13.5



5.4

750418
1100


1
2000
16.5
52
45
33
7.8
0.4
750418
1101


6
2000
16.5



7.7

750418
1102


11
2000
16.0



7.5

750418
1103


14
2000
15.0



4.5

750924
1430


1
13
23.0



1.6

750924
1431


3
13
23.2



1.6

750924
1432


6
13
23.2



1.6

750924
1433


11
13
23.2



1.6

750924
1434


16
13
23.2



1.6

750924
1435


21
13
23.2



1.7

750924
1436


26
13
23.2



1.8

750924
1437


31
13
23.2



1.9

750924
1438


36
13
23.2



1.8

750925
1255


1
13
22.8



1.8

750925
1256


3
13
22.8



1.8

750925
1257


6
13
22.5



1.7

750925
1258


11
13
22.5



2.1

750925
1259


16
13
22.3



2.2

750925
1300


21
13
22.3



2.2

750925
1301


26
13
22.3



2.2

750925
1302


31
13
22.5



2.1

750925
1303


36
13
22.5



2.1





00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N026.N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
750416
1310


1
2000
9
0.04
0.12
0.10
4.6
11
750417
1230


1
2000
14
0.02
0.10
0.04
2.7
8
750418
1100


1
2000
12
0.03
0.14
0.05
3.3

00400
PH
SU
6.3
6.5
6.6

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C-2-61
APPENDIX C-2
ซป•ซซซซ*•ซป••*ซปป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-08A	JACKSON CR NW OF LA6RANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530




DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
FEปTOT
MN
MFM-FC8R
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
750416
1310


1
2000
2650
170
3400
92
62
30
750*17
1230


1
2000
2350
160
390
100
81
19
750417
1233


14
2000
850
65




750418
1100


1
2000
1000
170
70
56
46
10




00003
00027
00625
01046
01056
00666
00945
00077




DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PH0S-DI5
SULFATE
TRANSP





AGENCY
N
FE.DISS
MNtOISS

S04-TOT
SECCHI
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
INCHES
750416
1310


1
2000
0.16
270
115
o
•
o
*
2K

750416
1310









6
750417
1230


1
2000
0.12
465
120

2K

750417
1230









12
750417
1233


14
2000

180
40



750418
1100


1
2000
0.21
370
140

2K

750418
1100









6

-------
I - CH
TIME
1326
1030
1055
11*5
1135
1015
0945
0925
0925
1335
TIME
1326
1030
1055
1145
1135
1015
0945
0925
0925
1335
TIME
1326
1030
1055
1145
1135
1015
0945
0925
0925
1335
APPENOIX C-2
**ปซ••ป••ซ•••••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
TIME
TIME
TIME
YELLOW JACKET
CR NE OF
LAGRANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE



00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO

AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
1
2000
12.5
78
50
35
11.2
1
2000
13.0
123
60
29
9.2
1
2000
12.0
70
35
28
10.8
1
2000
13.0
50
45
36
9.1
1
2000
14.0
38
45
38
8.6
1
2000
18.0
38
45
72
6.2
1
2000
19.0
25
20
59
7.6
1
2000
20.0
26
40
70
7.5
1
2000
20.5
58
50
54
7.1
1
2000
22.0
52
120
53
6.6
00003
00027
00400
00410
00610
00630
00665
DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT

AGENCY

CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
1
2000
6.6
16
0.01
0.10
0.03
1
2000
6.5
13
0.02
0.09
0.07
1
2000
6.9
13
0.03
0.10
0.08
1
2000
6.5
21
0.03
0.13
0.04
1
2000
6.7
17
0.02
0.13
0.03
1
2000
6.9
24
0.04
0.21
0.06
1
2000
7.0
26
0.02
0.30
0.06
1
2000
7.0
25
0.03
0.32
0.07
1
2000
6.9
23
0.05
0.20
0.16
1
2000
6.6
16
0.02
0.20
0.09
00003
00027
00900
01045
01055
31616
00500
DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE

AGENCY
CAC03
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FC8R
TOTAL
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
1
2000
10
3075
315
3000
130
1
2000
8
3800
240
5200
112
1
2000
8
2450
200
850
92
1
2000
10
1750
200
210
68
1
2000

1725
235
140
44
1
2000
20
1600
381
310
108
1
2000
21
1550
390
2100
74
1
2000
20
1550
398
540
60
1
2000
16
3330
836
3950
100
1
2000
13
2460
484
1600
122

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APPENDIX C-2
ปซซซซซซซ••ปป•ซ*ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-09	YELLOW JACKET CR NE OF LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE


00003
00027
00530
00625
01046
01056
00666
00945


depth
COLLECT
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-OIS
SULFATE



AGENCY
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
MN.DISS

S04-T0T
DATE
TIME
DATE TIME FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
7504^4
1326
1
2000
54
0.10
815
250
0.02
2K
750415
1030
1
2000
68
0.23



2K
750416
1055
1
2000
32
0.12



2K
750417
1145
1
2000
12
0.16
290
135

2K
750418
1135
1
2000
13
0.16
240
170

2K
750915
1015
1
2000
23
0.10
186
233
0.03
2
750916
0945
1
2000
14
0.10K
221
247
0.03
2K
750917
0925
1
2000
15
0.15
232
232
0.03
2K
750918
0925
1
2000
41
0.10
278
244
0.03
2K
750919
1335
1
2000
43
0.30
280
186
0.03
2K

-------
C-2-64
APPENDIX C-2
••ซป•••••••••••*ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEป SEORGIA
STATION - CH-IQ	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY 219 NW LAG CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

OATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750414
1135


1
2000
13.0
32
40
47
6.4
1.2
6.7
750414
1140


20
2000
13.0
38
40
45
6.4
1.5
6.7
750415
1205


1
2000
13.0
54
50
38
9.1
1.3
6.3
750415
1210


21
2000
13.0
55
50
38
9.0
1.2
6.3
750416
1045


1
2000
13.2
38
45
43
7.8
1.5
6.6
750416
1050


10
2000
13.2



7.8


750417
1445


1
2000
15.0
26
30
44
7.6
1.0
6.5
750417
1446


6
2000
15.0



7.6


750417
1447


11
2000
15.0



7.6


750417
1448


16
2000
14.8



7.6


750417
1449


21
2000
14.5



7.5


750417
1450


26
2000
14.5



7.5


750417
1451


29
2000
14.5



7.5


750418
1325


1
2000
16.0
28
30
46
7.8
1.3
6.6
750418
1326


6
2000
IS.5



7.7


750418
1327


11
2000
15.5



7.7


750418
1328


16
2000
15.5



7.7


750418
1329


21
2000
15.5



7.7


750418
1330


25
2000
15.5



7.7


750520
1040


1
13
23.5



7.5

6.8
750520
1041


4
13
21.0



6.9

6.8
750520
1042


6
13
21.0



4.9

6.8
750520
1043


8
13
19.5



4.3


750520
1044


11
13
20.0



4.7


750520
1045


16
13
19.5



4.7


750520
1046


21
13
19.0



5.1


750520
1047


26
13
19.0



5.5


750520
1046


31
13
19.0



5.4


750520
1049


36
13
19.0



5.2


750610
1430


1
13
28.5



11.2


750626
1620


1
13
27.5



9.2

7.3
750626
1621


6
13
27.0



8.6


750626
1622


11
13
27.0



7.3


750626
1623


14
13
26.0



4.5


750626
1624


15
13
26.0



3.6


750626
1625


16
13
26.0



3.2


750626
1626


21
13
25.0



0.6


750626
1627


26
13
24.5



0.1


750626
1628


31
13
24.0



0.1

0*
•
00
750626
1629


36
13
24.0



0.1


750626
1630


41
13
24.0



0.1


750715
0900


1
13
27.5



10.2


750728
1526


1
13
29.0



10.6

fH
•
CO
750728
1527


6
13
29.0



8.9






a
\3
28.0



7.6



-------
C-2-65
APPENDIX C-2
ป•ซซ•*ซซ•ป•ซซซป••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-10	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY 219 NW LAG CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




OEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURfl
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750728
1529


U
13
28.0



7.6


750728
1530


13
13
27.0



3.6


750728
1531


16
13
26.5



2.2


750728
1532


18
13
26.0



1.6


750728
1533


21
13
26.0



1.9

7.7
750728
1534


23
13
25.0



2.1


750728
1535


26
13
25.0



2.1


750728
1536


31
13
25.0



2.4


750728
1537


36
13
25.0



2.3


750728
1538


38
13
25.0



2.3


750812
1153


1
13
24.5



4.4

6.6
750812
1154


6
13
24.0



4.5


750812
1155


11
13
24.0



4.5


750812
1156


16
13
24.0



4.5


750812
1157


21
13
24.0



4.5


750812
1158


26
13
24.0



4.5


750812
1159


31
13
24.0



4.4


750812
1200


36
13
24.0



4.4


750829
1210


1
13
29.0



5.2

6.6
750829
1211


6
13
28.5



4.4


750829
1212


11
13
28.5



4.3


750829
1213


16
13
28.5



4.3


750829
1214


21
13
28.2



4.2

6.6
750829
1215


26
13
28.2



4.0


750829
1216


31
13
28.2



4.0


750829
1217


36
13
28.0



3.1


750829
1218


41
13
28.0



2.9


750829
1219


45
13
28.0



0.3


750908
1400


1
13
28.5



7.5

7.2
750908
1401


6
13
27.0



5.8


750908
1402


8
13
27.0



5.6


750908
1403


11
13
27.0



5.2


750908
1404


13
13
26.0



4.5


750908
1405


16
13
26.0



4.0


750908
1406


21
13
24.0



4.7


750908
1407


26
13
23.0



4.7

6,7
750908
1408


31
13
23.0



4.8


750908
1409


36
13
23.0



4.9


750908
1410


41
13
23.0



4.8


750915
1630


1
2000
25.0
7
30
75
6.1
0.8
6.5
750915
1631


6
2000
25.0



5.5


750915
1632


11
2000
25.0



5.5


750915
1633


16
2000
25.0



5.5


750915
1634


21
2000
25.0



5.5


750915
1635


26
2000
25.0



5.5



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C-2-66
APPENDIX C-2
water quality data-post impoundment study
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-10
CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY 219 NW LAG CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT'CO
AT 25C

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
750915
1636


31
2000
25.0



5.5
750915
1637


32
2000
25.0



5.4
750915
1638


34
2000
24.5



3.0
750915
1639


36
2000
24.5



1.1
750915
1645


39
2000
24.0
8
35
75
0.8
750916
1320


1
2000
24.8
13
20
77
5.9
750916
1321


6
2000
24.5



5.4
750916
1322


11
2000
24.5



5.3
750916
1323


16
2000
24.5



5.1
750916
1324


21
2000
24.5



5.0
750916
1325


26
2000
24.5



5.0
750916
1326


31
2000
24.5



5.0
750916
1327


36
2000
24.5
16
20
71
4.9
750917
1540


1
2000
24.0
12
30
66
5.2
750917
1541


6
2000
24.0



5.2
750917
1542


11
2000
24.0



5.2
750917
1543


16
2000
24.0



5.2
750917
1544


21
2000
24.0



5.1
750917
1545


23
2000
24.0



5.2
750917
1546


26
2000
24.0



5.1
750917
1547


31
2000
23.8



5.0
750917
1548


36
2000
23.5
23
30
66
4.7
750918
1145


1
2000
24.0
6
30
66
5.4
750918
1146


6
2000
24.2



5.0
750918
1147


11
2000
24.0



4.9
750918
1148


16
2000
23.8



4.7
750918
1149


21
2000
23.8



4.7
750918
1150


26
2000
23.8



4.9
750918
1151


31
2000
23.5



4.9
750918
1152


36
2000
23.5



4.8
750918
1153


37
2000
23.5
15
60
71
4.8
750919
1400


1
2000
26.2
7
35
77
6.9
750919
1401


6
2000
24.2



5.2
750919
1402


11
2000
23.6



5.2
750919
1403


16
2000
23.4



5.0
750919
1404


21
2000
23.4



5.0
750919
1405


26
2000
23.4



4.9
750919
1406


31
2000
23.3



4.9
750919
1407


36
2000
23.3
31
20
77
4.8
750919
1408


38
2000
23.3



4.8
751007
1330


1
13
18.2



6.2
751007
1331


3
13
17.5



6.2
751007
1332


6
13
17.5



6.1
751007
1333


11
13
17.2



6.0
751007
1334


16
13
17.2



6.0
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
0.7
00400
PH
SU
6.2
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.4
6.3
6.3
6.5
6.5
6.2

-------
C-2-67
APPENDIX C-2
ซ*ซ*ซซซป*•ป*•ป•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-10	CHATTAHOOCHEE R GA HY 219 NW LAG CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010 ,
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
751007
1335


21
13
17.2



6.0


751007
1336


26
13
17.2



6.0


751007
1337


31
13
17.2



6.0


751007
1338


36
13
17.2



6.0

6.3
751007
1339


41
13
17.2



5.9


751112
1425


1
13
19.5



6.0

6.3
751112
1426


3
13
19.5



6.0


751112
1427


6
13
19.8



5.9


751112
1428


11
13
19.8



5.9


751112
1429


16
13
19.8



5.9


751112
1430


21
13
19.8



6.0


751112
1431


26
13
19.5



5.9


751112
1432


31
13
19.5



5.9


751112
1433


36
13
19.5



5.8






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEtTOT
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
M6/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
75041*
1135


1
2000
17
0.04
0.39
0.11
2.3
11
1400
750414
1140


20
2000
15
0.05
0.39
0.14
2.3
10
1600
750415
1205


1
2000
19
0.02
0.26
0.11
3.7
10
1600
750415
1210


21
2000
13
0.02
0.25
0.13
3.4
10
2425
750416
1045


1
2000
11
0.03
0.32
0.14
4.6
11
1800
750416
1050


10
2000





6

750417
1445


1
2000
16
0.04
0.35
0.12
1.8

1250
750418
1325


1
2000
14
0.05
0.41
0.13
1.5

1100
750520
1040


1
13

0.02K
0.25
0.11



750610
1430


1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.07



750715
0900


1
13

0.02K
0.21
0.07



750812
1153


1
13

0.08
0.51
0.12



750908
1400


1
13

0.02K
0.67
0.11



750915
1630


1
2000
18
0.10
0.74
0.12
2.6

466
750915
1645


39
2000
20
0.38
0.57
0.12
2.6

875
750916
1320


1
2000
17
0.10
0.68
0.11
2.6
16
482
750916
1327


36
2000
16
0.10
0.69
0.12
2.0
16
576
750917
1540


1
2000
18
0.11
0.67
0.10
2.3
16
410
750917
1548


36
2000
17
0.11
0.65
0.16
2.3
16
860
750918
1145


1
2000
23
0.11
0.67
0.09
2.9
18
352
750918
1153


37
2000
20
0.14
0.74
0.16
2.3
16
866
750919
1400


1
2000
14
0.08
0.65
0.07
2.6
15
295
750919
1407


36
2000
16
0.16
0.77
0.17
3.3
16
1012
751007
1330


1
13

0.13
0.35
0.14



751007
1338


36
13

0.15
0.40
0.17




-------
C-2-68
APPENDIX C-2
ซซ*••ซซ•••ซ•*ซซ•ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUOY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-10	CHATTAHOOCHEE R 6A HY 219 NW LAG CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1135


1
2000
180
2000
62
38
24
0.21

750414
1140


20
2000
140

82
37
45
0.21

750415
1205


1
2000
120
2350
102
24
78
0.16
145
750*15
1210


21
2000
135

108
28
80
0.16
160
750416
1045


1
2000
85
5600'
102
46
56
0.43
145
750417
1445


1
2000
75
3400
58
43
15
0.21
160
750418
1325


1
2000
85
3300
54
32
22
0.26
160
750520
1040


1
13

91



0.20

750610
1430


1
13

30K



0.50

750626
1620


1
13

30K





750715
0900


1
13

91





750728
1526


1
13

30K





750812
1153


1
13

36





750908
1400


1
13

30K





750915
1630


1
2000
97
5K



0.30
90
750915
1645


39
2000
745




0.56
186
750916
1320


1
2000
147
2K
58
50
8
0.35
95
750916
1327


36
2000
175

60
48
12
0.24
72
750917
1540


1
2000
140
2K
64
47
17
0.33
68
750917
1548


36
2000
330

68
37
31
0.42
125
750910
1145


1
2000
140
2K
48
38
10
0.33
65
750918
1153


37
2000
230

62
43
19
0.25
149
750919
1400


1
2000
150
2K
66
45
21
0.39
58
750919
1407


36
2000
230

64
37
27
0.50
99
751007
1330


1
13

4300









00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077





DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
chlrphyl
TRANSP






AGENCY
MNปDISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES

750414
1135


1
2000



2K



750414
1135









24

750414
1140


20
2000



2K



750415
1205


1
2000
25

0.04
2K



750415
1205









12

750415
1210


21
2000
35

0.03
2K



750416
1045


1
2000
30

0.05
2K



750416
1045









6

750417
1445


1
2000
20


2K



750417
1445









18

750418
1325


1
2000
29


2K



750418
1325









18

750520
1040


1
13

30.0
0.05

1.82


750520
1041


4
13




12.10



-------
C-2-69
APPENDIX C-2
ซซซปปซ*ซซ•ปซ•ซปซซ
WATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-10
CHATTAHOOCHEE
1
1 V
1
1 o
1 >
1
I X
1 -<
219 NW LAG
CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209


DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL



AGENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
750520
1042
6
13




3.00
750610
1430
1
13

30.0
0.02K

42.00
750626
1620
1
13

25.0



750715
0900
1
13


0.03

6.97
750812
1153
1
13


0.05

4.60
750812
1154
6
13




9.00
750812
1155
11
13




0.98
750908
1400
1
13


0.05

3.34
750908
1401
6
13




7.64
750908
1403
11
13




7.86
750908
1407
26
13


0.08


750915
1630
1
2000
52

0.07


750915
1645
39
2000
630

0.05


750916
1320
1
2000
50

0.05
2K

750916
1327
36
2000
72

0.07
2K

750917
1540
1
2000
54

0.05
6

750917
1548
36
2000
174

0.06
4

750918
1145
1
2000
70

0.05


750918
1153
37
2000
175

0.06
4

7S0919
1400
1
2000
92

0.04
6

750919
1407
36
2000
161

0.07
5

751007
1330
1
13


0.05

2.09
751007
1332
6
13




1.89
751007
1338
36
13


0.06


751112
1426
3
13




2.48
751112
1427
6
13




1.88
751112
1428
11
13




3.79
00077
TRANSP
SECCHI
INCHES

-------
C-2-70
APPENDIX C-2
aaป*ปซ•ซ•ซซซซซซซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-11
NEW R US 27 S OF FRANKLIN CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE
750414
750415
750416
750417
750418
750915
750916
750917
750918
750919
TIME
1500
1100
1115
1110
1105
1105
1015
0955
1010
1300
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
00010
WATER
TEMP
CENT
12.0
12.0
12.5
13.0
15.0
20.0
19.0
20.0
20.5
22.0
00070
TURB
JKSN
JTU
58
48
44
25
23
19
14
14
29
21
00080
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
40
40
45
45
40
50
20
40
40
60
00095
CNDUCTVY
AT 25C
MICROMHO
38
32
33
40
40
87
92
92
76
70
00300
DO
MG/L
12.0
8.9
10.5
8.7
8.3
6.2
7.4
7.4
7.1
6.7
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
4.5
1.6
1.0
1.0
0.7
0.9


00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900


depth
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARC



AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
DATE
TIME
DATE TIME FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
750414
1500
1
2000
14
0.04
0.13
0.06
5.3
8
750415
1100
1
2000
17
0. OIK
0.08
0.05
3.5
8
750416
1115
1
2000
14
0.01
0.07
0.05
3.0
9
750417
1110
1
2000
18
0.02
0.10
0.04
1.2
10
750418
1105
1
2 000
16
0.02
0.10
0.04
1.2

750915
1105
1
2000
28
0.02
0.12
0.04
2.3
22
750916
1015
1
2000
26
0.02
0.14
0.04
2.0
24
750917
0955
1
2000
25
0.03
0.14
0.05
2.0
22
750918
1010
1
2000
26
0.01
0.17
0.09
4.0
18
750919
1300
1
2000
18
0.02
0.14
0.08
4.3
18


00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530


DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE



AGENCY
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFL
DATE
TIME
DATE TIME FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
750414
1500
1
2000
2350
160
5800
168
118
50
750415
1100
1
2000
1775
137
2600
62
42
20
750416
1115
1
2000
1500
85
450
54
47
7
750417
1110
1
2000
1050
100
90
46
37
9
750418
1105
1
2000
1075
110
175
44
36
8
750915
1105
1
2000
1180
480
120
112
100
12
750916
1015
1
2000
1131
485
90
100
89
11
750917
0955
1
2000
1150
558
260
64
62
2
750918
1010
1
2000
1930
286
7100
62
45
17
750919
1300
1
2000
1690
251
920
96
83
13
00400
PH
SU
6.8
6.6
6.9
6.5
6.6
6.8
7.1
7.0
6.9
6.7

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TIME
1500
1100
1115
1110
1105
1105
1015
0955
1010
1300
C-2-71
APPENDIX C-2
ซป••ซป••*ซ**ซ•ซซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
NEW R US 27 S OF FRANKLIN CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
00027
00625
01046
01056
00666
00945
00745
DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
SULFIDE

AGENCY
N
FEปD1SS
MNtDISS

S04-T0T
TOTAL
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
1
2000
0.18



2K

1
2000
0.16



2K

1
2000
0.10



2K

1
2000
0.10
335
55

2K
1. OK
1
2000
0.06
255
60

2K

1
2000
0.10K
218
398
0.02
7

1
2000
0.12
214
464
0.02
7

1
2000
0.10K
243
469
0.02
6

1
2000
0.22
29 2
197
0.03
3

1
2000
0.10K
251
197
0.03
6


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C-2-72
APPENDIX C-2
ซปซ••ป•••••ซ•ซ*••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-12
CHATTAHOOCHEE R US 27. FRANKLIN CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
750122
750220
750320
750404
750414
750415
750416
750417
750418
750520
750522
750610
750626
750627
750703
750708
750715
750715
750717
750720
750723
750725
750728
750729
750731
750802
750805
750807
750810
750812
750813
750815
750819
750821
750826
750829
750903
750907
750908
750911
750914
750915
750916
750916
750917
1155
1145
1230
1230
1525
1130
1135
1030
1035
1330
1250
1530
1220
1205
1535
1510
0850
0945
1400
1425
1230
0740
1240
1240
1445
1427
1230
1354
1255
1245
1355
0800
1050
1255
1600
1300
1130
0855
1110
1650
1455
1140
1050
1245
1025
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
13
13
13
13
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
2000
2000
13
2000
00010
WATER
TEMP
CENT
9.0
11.0
10.0
12.0
13.0
12.0
11.5
12.0
14.0
23.0
20.0
24.5
27.0
26.0
28.0
26.0
25.0
25.0
28.0
27.5
26.3
26.8
26.5
26.0
22.5
27.0
28.0
25.0
24.0
25.0
26.0
21.0
27.0
28.5
31.0
22.0
28.5
20.5
27.0
28.5
23.5
21.0
22.0
22.5
23.0
00070
TURB
JKSN
JTU
22
160
100
128
29
48
38
28
23
32
18
76
19
00080
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
30
80
80
80
40
35
35
35
30
15
25
40
10
00095
CNDUCTVY
AT 25C
MICROMHO
74
68
39
36
39
50
38
45
42
47
93
60
70
38
34
24
14
50
20
40
30
72
81
76
86
00300
00
MG/L
8.8
7.6
9.2
7.9
11.0
6.6
10.8
9.0
8.8
6.6
7.3
11.2
4.8
5.6
5.5
5.2
6.0
5.4
5.5
6.3
5.6
5.6
6.5
5.5
6.3
4.5
5.6
5.5
6.5
5.8
5.6
5.9
6.2
7.2
5.9
7.6
5.7
5.7
5.8
6.2
7.1
6.7
6.8
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
3.3
6.8
3.2
7.0
3.3
1.7
1.4
2.9
1.3
0.4
3.6
1.3
0.9
00400
PH
SU
6.8
6.0
6.9
6.0
6.9
6.6
6.7
6.4
6.6
6.1
6.6
6.7
6.0
8.3
7.0
0.9
1.1
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.9

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C-2-73
APPENOIX C-2
#ซซซปป•ซซ*ซปซซซซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE, GEORGIA
STATION - CH-12

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R US 27,
FRANKLIN
CHATTAHOOCHEE








00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400



DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH




AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750917
1335

1
13
23.0



6.6


750918
1055

1
2000
23.0
14
25
86
6.6

6.8
750919
1155

1
2000
21.5
52
20
70
5.2

6.5
750925
1515

3
13
19.8



6.2


750929
1350

3
13
19.8



7.4


751112
1215

1
13
16.0



4.7

6.3



00003
00027
00403
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900



DEPTH
COLLECT
LAB
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD




AGENCY
PH
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
750122
1115

1
13


0.26
0.63
0.25
5.0
19
750122
1155

1
13

40





750220
1145

1
13

14
0.12
0.32
0.43
11.0
14
750320
1230

1
13

10
0.12
0.28
0.19
6.0
10
750*04
1230

1
13

28
0.08
0.22
0.24
8.0
10
750414
1525

1
2000

U
0.02
0.30
0.09
2.6
6
750415
1130

1
2000

25
0.10
0.41
0.18
3.5
11
750416
1135

1
2000

13
0.03
0.28
0.12
4.3
10
750417
1030

1
2000

15
0.05
0.34
0.10
1.5
10
750418
1035

1
2000

14
0.04
0.37
0.11
1.2

750520
1330

1
13


0.07
0.60
0.23


750522
1250

1
13

36
0.07
0.34
0.16
6.0
12
750610
1530

1
13


0.07
0.54
0.15


750626
1220

1
13

36
0.84
0.50
0.30
6.0
21
750715
0850

1
13


0.09
0.81
0.20


750715
0945

1
13


0.12
0.79
0.21


750720
1425

1
13


0.08
0.80
0.21


750725
0740

1
13


0.13
0.79
0.26


750728
1240

1
13
6.9
13
0.10
0.56
0.18
4.0
15
750731
1445

1
13


0.14
0.83
0.30


750805
1230

1
13


0.15
0.96
0.34


750810
1255

1
13


0.05
0.60
0.24


750812
1245

1
13


0.10
0.48
0.40


750815
0800

1
13


0.19
0.45
0.32


750019
1050

1
13
7.0
16
0.08
0.89
0.16
5.0
16
750821
1255

1
13


0.09
0.94
0.27


750826
1600

1
13


0.12
1.07
0.21


750903
1130

1
13


0.17
1.00
0.26


750908
1110

1
13


0.34
1.08
0.23


750911
1650

1
13


0.24
1.05
0.36


750914
1455

1
13


0.14
0.80
0.23


750915
1140

1
2000

18
0.09
0.69
0.21
2.9
16
750916
1050

1
2000

20
0.16
1.00
0.22
2.6
18

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C-2-74
APPENDIX C-2
ซซซซ•ซ••••*•ป••ซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-I2	CHATTAHOOCHEE R US 27. FRANKLIN CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00403
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900




DEPTH
COLLECT
LAB
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD





AGENCY
PH
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
750916
1245


1
13
6.9
17
0.26
0.96
0.28
6.0
19
750917
1025


1
2000

15
0.32
1.18
0.27
2.6
18
750918
1055


1
2000

21
0.13
0.98
0.34
2.9
17
750919
1155


1
2000

14
0.16
0.81
0.45
6.1
16
750929
1350


3
13


0.12
0.89
0.24






00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625




DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL





AGENCY
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
750122
1115


1
13
1300
1500
4300




750122
1155


1
13



83

25

750220
1145


1
13
6500
1400
15000
316

236

750320
1230


1
13
4100
900
4300
260

132

750404
1230


1
13
3400
1000
43000
226

194

750414
1525


1
2000
650
60
1700
110
80
30
0.18
750415
1130


1
2000
5240
530
4600
108
34
74
0.26
750416
1135


1
2000
8750
75
2250
90
39
51
0.18
750417
1030


1
2000
1050
130
2250
66
47
19
0.45
750418
1035


1
2000
900
70
3600
56
37
19
0.21
750520
1330


1
13


3900



0.30
750522
1250


1
13
2200
5000
9300
107

75

750610
1530


1
13


2300



o
•
ฉ
750626
1220


1
13
1200

930
94

24

750627
1205


1
13


4300




750715
0850


1
13


430




750715
0945


1
13


930




750720
1425


1
13


430




750725
0740


1
13


750




750728
1240


1
13
2400

930




750729
1240


1
13


2300




750731
1445


1
13


4300




750805
1230


1
13


640




750810
1255


1
13


9300




750812
1245


1
13


23000




750819
1050


1
13


2300




750821
1255


1
13


9




750826
1600


1
13


73




750829
1300


1
13


1500




750903
1130


1
13


930




750908
1110


1
13


2300




750911
1650


1
13


2300




750914
1455


1
13


2300





\\40



2000
815
60
420
104
85
19
0.20

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C—2—75
APPENDIX C-2
ปปซซซปปซซซ•*•ซซซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-12

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R US 271
FRANKLIN
CHATTAHOOCHEE







00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625



DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL




AGENCY
FEปTOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
750916
1050

1
2000
741
60
400
90
78
12
0.42
750916
1245

1
13
1150

430
90

21

750917
1025

1
2000
728
58
230
68
68
IK
0.59
750918
1055

1
2000
1730
134
720
88
58
30
0.46
750919
1155

1
2000
2250
240
8200
182
99
83
0.35
750929
1350

3
13


2300







00003
00027
00940
01046
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209



DEPTH
COLLECT
CHLORIDE
IRON
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
sulfate
CHLRPHYL




AGENCY
CL
FEtOISS
MN.DISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
DATE
TIME DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
750122
750122
750220
750320
750404
75041*
750415
750416
750417
750418
750520
750522
750610
750610
750610
750626
750627
750703
750708
750715
750715
750715
750715
750717
750720
750723
750725
750728
750729
750731
750802
750805
750607
1115
1155
1145
1230
1230
1525
1130
1135
1030
1035
1330
1250
1530
1531
1532
1220
1205
1535
1510
0850
0945
0946
0947
1400
1425
1230
0740
1240
1240
1445
1427
1230
1354
13
13
13
13
13
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
5
2
4
175
1725
145
130
120
60
400
180
50
140
30
35
10K
120
210
50K
10.0
6.0
20.0
8.0
30.0
31.0
30.0
25.0
26.0
35.5
27.0
22.4
23.0
31.0
34.4
29.5
25.0
26.0
24.0
30.5
26.7
25.5
0.03
0.18
0.05
0.08
0.08
0.13
0.13
0.13
0.16
0.09
0.18
8
9
6
4
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
10
0.00
4.10
2.70
2.80
2.64
0.93
1.73

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I - CH
TIME
1255
1245
1355
0800
1255
1600
1130
0855
1110
1111
1650
1*55
1140
1050
1245
1025
1335
1055
1155
1515
1350
1215
TIME
1115
1155
1145
1230
1230
1250
1220
1240
1245
APPENOIX C-2
ซ••••••••••••••••
MATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE R US 27, FRANKLIN CHATTAHOOCHEE
TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
13
1
2000
1
2000
1
13
1
2000
1
13
1
2000
1
2000
3
13
3
13
1
13
00940
CHLORIDE
CL
MG/L
01046
IRON
FEfDISS
UG/L
118
190
174
163
120
01056
MANGNESE
MN.DISS
UG/L
TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00094
CNDUCTVY
FIELD
MICROMHO
00910
CALCIUM
CAC03
MG/L
00929
SODIUM
NA.TOT
MG/L
00937
PTSSIUM
K.TOT
MG/L
30
34
60
30
28
20
00020
00666
00945
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
TEMP

S04-T0T
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
35.5
0.07


0.09

32.0


33.0
0.11

33.0
0.24

36.0
0.14

28.0
0.16

22.5



0.14

30.0
0.16

25.5
0.13


0.13
4

0.15
9


9

0.20
5
21.0



0.17
4

0.13
4
22.0


26.0
0.10

81
53
40
39
40
88
4.6
3.6
2.3
2.1
5.3
5.00
4.20
2.10
2.20
2.90
7.20
4.00
6.20
2.50
3.60
2.10
1.70
2.10
2.60
2.40
2.20

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C—2-77
APPENOIX C-2
••ป••ปปป•*ปซปปซปป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13	WEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00*00




depth
COLLECT
water
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

OATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75041*
1630


1
2000
16.0
38
*0
29
5.2
0.8
6.*
750*1*
1635


19
2000
13.0
36
35
29
0.6
2.0
6.*
750*15
16*0


1
2000
16.0
33
50
29
7.9
0.7
6.5
750*15
16*6


10
2000
15.0



7.2


750*15
16*7


20
2000
1*.0



*.*


750*15
16*8


30
2000
1*.0



1.8


750*15
16*9


*0
2000
12.0



0.0


750*15
1650


*1
2000
12.0
*6
70
57
0.0
3.2
6.0
750*16
1630


1
2000
17.0
31
50
29
8.6
1.0
6.8
750*16
1631


5
2000
15.0



7.2


750*16
1632


11
2000
1*.5



6.6


750*16
1633


16
2000
1*.0



3.6


750*16
163*


21
2000
13.8



2.0


750*16
1635


26
2000
13.8



1.8


750*16
1636


31
2000
13.0



0.1


750*16
1637


36
2000
13.5



0.1


750*16
1638


*1
2000
13.0
65
70
58
0.2
6.*
6.8
7S04I7
1005


1
2000
17.2
27
50
31
7.7
1.1
6.0
750*17
{006


*
2000
15.0



7.0


750*17
1007


9
2000
1**5



6.5


756*17
1008


1*
2000
1*.0



5.*


750*17
1009


19
2000
13.8



3.0


75ฎ*17
1010


2*
2000
13.5



1.9


750*17
1011


29
2000
13.0



1.0


750*17
1012


3*
2000
12.5



0.0


750*17
1013


39
2000
12.0



0.0


750*17
101*


**
2000
12.0
52
50
27
0.0
0.*
6.*
750*18
0910


1
2000
1*.3
28
50
31
8.3
1.2
6.5
750*18
0911


6
2000
15.0



6.2


750*16
0912


11
2000
1*.3



5.3


750418
0913


16
2000
1*.0



*.5


750*18
091*


21
2000
1*.0



3.*


750*18
0915


26
2000
13.8



2.3


750*18
0916


31
2000
13.0



0.5


750*18
0917


36
2000
12.0



0.0


750418
0918


*1
2000
12.0
54
70
59
0.0
*.*
6.*
750519
1710


1
13
28.0



16.*

9.2
750519
1711


6
13
2*.0



11.7

9.1
750519
1712


11
13
23.5



10.5


750519
1713


13
13
22.5



10.0


750519
171*


16
13
22.0



2.2


750519
1715


18
13
20.0



0.7


750519
1716


21
13
20.0



1.1


750519
1717


26
13
20.0



1.*


750519
1718


31
13
19.0



1.0



-------
C-2-78
APPENDIX C-2
••ซ••••••••*••ซ••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13
WEHADKEE CR
HWY 238 SW
LAGRANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE







00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400


DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TUR8
COLOR
CNOUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

OATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750519
1719
36
13
19.0



0.8


750519
1720
41
13
18.5



0.2


750519
1721
46
13
18.0



0.0

7.2
750609
1640
1
13
28.5



9.2

8.7
750609
1641
6
13
27.5



9.6


750609
1642
11
13
26.0



6.6


750609
1643
16
13
25.0



0.4


750609
1644
21
13
23.5



0.1


750609
1645
26
13
21.5



0.1


750609
1646
31
13
21.0



0.1


750609
1647
36
13
20.0



O.IK


750609
1648
41
13
19.5



O.IK

6.3
750627
0930
1
13
26.5



7.2

6.7
750627
0931
6
13
26.5



6.8


750627
0932
11
13
27.0



6.6


750627
0933
13
13
27.0



6.5


750627
0934
16
13
27.0



4.7


750627
0935
18
13
27.0



3.4


750627
0936
19
13
26.5



2.2


750627
0937
21
13
26.5



0.4


750627
0938
23
13
25.5



0.1


750627
0939
26
13
24.5



0.1

6.5
750627
0940
31
13
23.5



0.1


750627
0941
36
13
23.0



0.1


750627
0942
41
13
22.0



0.1


75071*
1515
1
13
30.0



8.2


750714
1516
6
13
28.8



8.3


75074*
1517
8
13
27.5



8.2


750714
1518
11
13
27.0



6.1


750714
1519
14
13
27.0



5.0


750714
1520
16
13
27.0



3.8


750714
1521
18
13
26.5



1.7


750714
1522
21
13
26.5



0.3


750714
1523
26
13
25.5



0.1


750714
1524
31
13
24.0



0.0


750714
1525
36
13
23.5



0.0


750714
1526
41
13
23.5



0.0


750729
0910
1
13
27.5



7.1

7.4
750729
0911
6
13
28.0



7.0


750729
0912
11
13
28.0



6.9


750729
0913
16
13
28.0



6.1


750729
0914
18
13
27.8



O.IK

7.7
750729
0915
21
13
27.0



O.IK


750729
0916
31
13
25.5



O.IK


TS0729
0917
36
13
25.0



O.IK



-------
C-2-79
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13	WEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310 00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
M1CROMHO
MG/L
MG/L SU
750611
1717


1
13
28.5



8.4
8.4
750811
1718


6
13
28.0



7.6

750811
1719


11
13
27.5



7.2

750811
1720


16
13
27.5



6.2

750811
1721


18
13
27.0



3.6

750811
1722


21
13
27.0



0.9

750811
1723


23
13
26.5



O.IK

750811
1724


26
13
26.5



O.IK

750811
1725


31
13
26.0



O.IK
7.8
750811
1726


36
13
26.0



O.IK

750811
1727


41
13
25.0



O.IK

750811
1728


45
13
24.5



O.IK

750829
1015


1
13
28.5



5.5
6.8
750029
1016


6
13
28.5



5.5

750829
1017


11
13
28.5



5.4

750829
1018


16
13
28.5



5.4

750829
1019


18
13
28.2



3.5

750829
1020


21
13
27.0



O.IK

750829
1021


26
13
26.0



0.0
6.3
750829
1022


31
13
25.5



0.0

750829
1023


36
13
25.0



0.0

750908
1805


1
13
29.0



6.4
7.3
750908
1806


6
13
28.5



6.2

750908
1807


11
13
28.0



5.1

750908
1808


16
13
28.0



4.7

750908
1809


18
13
28.0



4.4

750908
1810


21
13
28.0



2.5

750908
1811


23
13
27.0



O.IK

750908
1812


26
13
27.0



O.IK

750908
1813


31
13
26.5



O.IK

750908
1814


36
13
25.5



O.IK
6.3
750908
1815


41
13
25.0



O.IK

750916
1840


1
2000
25.8
4K
20
66
4.3
6.6
750916
1841


6
2000
26.0



4.3

750916
1842


11
2000
26.0



4.6

750916
1843


16
2000
25.5



2.9

7S0916
1844


21
2000
25.5



2.9

750916
1845


26
2000
25.5



3.5

750916
1846


31
2000
25.5
4
20
66
2.9
6.4
750916
1847


36
2000
25.3
12
70
64
0.3
6.2
750916
1848


41
2000
24.8
14
50
66
0.0
6.2
750916
1849


45
2000
24.5



0.0

750916
1850


56
2000

21
200
110

6.3
750917
1100


1
2000
25.5
4K
20
66
4.2
6.5
T50917
1101


6
2000
25.8



4.1


-------
C-2-80
APPENDIX C-2
*••••••••ซ•••••••
HATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
STATION - CH-13
WEHADKEE CR
HWY 238 SW
WEST POINT
LAGRANGE
LAKE* GEORGIA
CHATTAHOOCHEE






00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400


DEPTH
COLLECT
HATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
7S0917
1102
11
2000
25.8



4.0


750917
1103
16
2000
25.8



4.1


750917
1104
21
2000
25.8



4.1


750917
1105
26
2000
25.8



3.9


750917
1106
31
2000
25.8
4K
30
61
3.9

6.2
750917
1107
33
2000
25.5



3.5


750917
1108
36
2000
25.5
9
70
61
0.4

6.2
750917
1109
41
2000
25.0
11
70
61
0.3


750917
1110
45
2000
24.8



0.2


750917
1111
56
2000

21
240
102


6.2
750918
1630
1
2000
26.8
4K
20
61
3.4

6.4
750918
1631
6
2000
25.5



2.2


750918
1632
11
2000
25.2



1.8


750918
1633
16
2000
25.2



1.9


750918
1634
21
2000
25.2



2.7


750918
1635
26
2000
25.2



3.0


750918
1636
31
2000
25.2



3.2


750918
1637
36
2000
25.2
4K
20
61
2.7

6.4
750918
1638
38
2000
25.0



3.0


750918
1639
40
2000
25.0



1.1


750918
1640
41
2000
25.0
8
70
66
0.4

6.3
750918
1641
46
2000
24.8
11
70
71
O.IK

6.2
750918
1642
53
2000

15
200
102


6.1
750919
0925
1
2000
25.0
4K
20
72
3.1

6.1
750919
0926
6
2000
25.0



3.0


750919
0927
11
2000
25.0



3.0


750919
0928
16
2000
25.0



2.9


750919
0929
21
2000
25.0



2.9


750919
0930
26
2000
25.0



2.9


750919
0931
31
2000
25.0



2.8


750919
0932
36
2000
25.0
4K
20
66
2.9

6.1
750919
0933
41
2000
25.0
9
140
72
2.3

5.9
750919
0934
42
2000
25.0



0.0


750919
0935
43
2000
25.0



0.0


750919
0936
45
2000
24.6
9
140
66
0.0

5.9
750919
0937
50
2000
23.6
23
280
88
0.0

5.9
750919
0938
55
2000
22.8



0.0


750919
0939
59
2000
22.0



0.0


750920
0930
1
2000
26.0
4K
20
72
5.4
CO
•
o
6.3
750920
0931
6
2000
25.8



4.5


750920
0932
10
2000
25.3



2.2


750920
0933
11
2000
25.3



2.2


750920
0934
13
2000
25.2



2.9


750920
0935
16
2000
25.2



3.0


750920
0936
21
2000
25.1



2.8



-------
C—2—81
APPENDIX C-2
ปซ*ปซป•ป•ปปซซปซซซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13
WEHADKEE CR
HWY 238 SW
LAGRANGE
CHATTAHOOCHEE







00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400


DEPTH
COLLECT
hater
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH



AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME DATE
TIME FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750920
0937
26
2000
25.1



2.9


750920
0938
31
2000
25.1
*K
30
66
2.7
0.4
6.2
750920
0939
36
2000
25.1
*K
20
72
2.3
1.0
6.1
750920
09*0
40
2000
25.1



2.1


750920
09*1
*1
2000
25.0
8
160
72
0.1
3.6L
6.0
750920
09*2
*6
2000
25.0



0.1


750920
09*3
55
2000

17
280
77

10.8L
5.9
75092*
1005
1
13
23.2



3.0


75092*
1006
3
13
23.5



2.9


75092*
1007
6
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1008
11
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1009
16
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1010
21
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1011
26
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1012
31
13
23.5



2.9


75092*
1013
36
13
23.5



2.7


75092*
101*
*1
13
23.5



2.8


75092*
1015
*6
13
23.5



2.8


750925
1700
1
2000
23.0
*
50
66
1.8

6.0
750925
1701
6
2000
23.2



1.6


750925
1702
11
2000
23.2



1.6


750925
1703
16
2000
23.3



1.6


750925
170*
21
2000
23.3



1.6


750925
1705
26
2000
23.3



1.6


750925
1706
31
2000
23.3



2.2


750925
1707
36
2000
23.2



2.0


750925
1708
*0
2000
23.2



2.0


750925
1709
*1
2000
23.2



2.0


750925
1710
*5
2000
23.1



1.5


750925
1711
50
2000
23.1



1.6


750925
1712
55
2000
23.0



1.3


750925
1713
57
2000
23.0
1*
60
72


6.1
750925
171*
60
2000
23.0



0.6


750925
1715
65
2000
22.3



0.0


752008
1105
1
13
21.0



5.0

6.4
75100ซ
1106
3
13
21.0



5.0


751008
1107
6
13
20.8



5.0


751008
1108
U
13
20.8



*.9


751008
1109
16
13
20.8



*.*


751008
1110
21
13
20.5



*.3


751008
1111
26
13
20.5



*.5


751008
1112
31
13
20.5



*.5


751008
1113
36
13
20.5



*.5

6.7
751008
111*
*1
13
20.5



*.7


751008
1115
*6
13
20.*



*.7



-------
It-82
01045
IRON
~ TOT
U6/L
1500
1450
1100
2550
1137
10450
3690
9300
1050
10000
372
503
2430
4780
14200
271
312
2300
4260
15450
470
385
3750
6010
12310
267
380
5505
6330
14910
193
21*8
236
5450
17820
APPENOIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
MEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE
00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C

AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
1
2000
15
0.02
0.09
0.02
4.0
19
2000
14
0.04
0.09
0.03
4.0
1
2000
16
0.01K
0.10
0.03
3.5
41
2000
30
0.37
0.01
0.13
7.1
1
2000
14
0.02
0.10
0.08
2.4
41
2000
30
0.47
0.02
0.11
7.2
1
2000
16
0.02
0.10
0.03
2.7
44
2000
19
0.05
0.10
0.04
3.6
1
2000
13
0.07
0.10
0.02
2.1
41
2000
30
0.56
0.02
0.08
7.2
1
13

0.02K
0.08
0.09

46
13

0.20
0.23
0.14

1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02

41
13

0.19
0.02K
0.04

1
13

0.02K
0.02K
0.02

36
13

0.13
0.02K
0.09

1
13

0.02
0.05
0.03

31
13

0.02K
0.05
0.03

1
13

0.02K
0.02
0.02

36
13

0.24
0.02
0.02

1
2000
20
0.05
0.08
0.02
2.6
31
2000
23
0.09
0.10
0.02
2.6
36
2000
23
0.30
0.08
0.05
2.9
41
2000
31
0.43
0.08
0.04
4.6
56
2000
56
2.25
0.08
0.11
6.1
1
2000
23
0.08
0.11
0.02
2.6
31
2000
27
0.08
0.10
0.02
2.9
36
2000
27
0.30
0.07
0.02
2.9
41
2000
30
0.50
0.08
0.08
4.2
56
2000
60
1.75
0.08
0.12
6.4
1
2000
20
0.09
0.01
0.03
2.6
36
2000
23
0.13
0.05
0.03
2.0
41
2000
30
0.48
0.49
0.04
2.9
46
2000
37
0.62
0.07
0.04
4.2
53
2000
48
1.26
0.07
0.08
5.5
I
2000
24
0.11
0.07
0.02
2.9
36
2000
20
0.13
0.07
0.02
2.9
41
2000
32
0.60
0.03
0.03
4.0
45
2000
25
0.61
0.03
0.03
5.0
50
2000
38
1.67
0.03
0.09
5.6
1
2000
20
0.12
0.13
0.03
3.4
31
2000
20
0.15
0.09
0.03
3.0
36
2000
18
0.15
0.09
0.03
2.7
41
2000
24
0.64
0.02
0.04
4.8
55
2000
32
2.13
0.03
0.11
5.3

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C-2-83
APPENDIX C-2
ปปซปซ*ซซ**•ปปซซซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13	WEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEtTOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750925
1700


1
2000
18
0.16
0.03
0.03
3.0
16
112
750925
1713


57
2000
24
0.38
0.07
0.09
5.5
18
4200
751008
1105


1
13

0.42
0.09
0.10



751008
1113


36
13

0.38
0.09
0.09







00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




depth
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
M6/L
MG/L
UG/L
750414
1630


1
2000
140
10K
36
30
6
0.26

750414
1635


19
2000
145

88
81
7
0.16

750415
1640


1
2000
135
5K
64
50
14
0.23
150
750415
1650


41
2000
650

80
60
20
0.51
255
750416
1630


1
2000
167
10
50
49
1
0.16
490
750416
1638


41
2000
4720

106
54
52
0.65
7400
750417
1005


1
2000
2320
4
108
105
3
0.16
1100
750417
1005


44

5120






750417
1014


44
2000


118
107
11
0.23
385
750418
0910


1
2000
185

50
39
11
0.16
190
750418
0918


41
2000
5280

84
54
30
0.68
7400
750519
1710


1
13

30K



1.00

750519
1721


46
13





0.40

750609
1640


1
13

30K



0.40

750609
1648


41
13





0.30

750627
0930


1
13

30K





750714
1515


1
13

30K





750729
0910


1
13

30K





750811
1717


1
13

30K





750829
1015


1
13

30K





750908
1805


1
13

30K





750916
1840


1
2000
242
5K
46
44
2
0.22

750916
1846


31
2000
312

44
42
2
0.26

750916
1847


36
2000
1126

48
48
IK
0.55

750916
1848


41
2000
1177

60
52
8
0.55
25
750916
1850


56
2000
3650

88
70
18
1.98

750917
1100


1
2000
170
2K
78
68
10
0.37
58
750917
1106


31
2000
179

36
28
8
0.42
285
750917
1108


36
2000
1150

42
32
10
0.37

750917
1109


41
2000
1229

34
23
11
0.56
4050
750917
1111


56
2000
3700

82
75
7
2.40
15340
750918
1630


1
2000
2 20
2K
48
38
10
0.37
140
750918
1637


36
2000
197

44
40
4
0.42
151
750918
1640


41
2000
1327

60
49
11
0.42

750918
1641


46
2000
1620

56
42
14
0.93
5740

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APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••••ป•ป••ซ
MATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13	WEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FEปDISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
U6/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750918
1642


53
2000
2955

80
52
28
1.60
8910
750919
0925


1
2000
150
2K
82
81
1
0.25
50
750919
0932


36
2000
180

62
59
3
0.25
254
750919
0933


41
2000
1850

76
66
10
0.77

750919
0936


45
2000
1690

98
76
22
0.77
6010
750919
0937


50
2000
3560

98
66
32
1.90
14800
750920
0930


1
2000
69

40
11
29
0.30
24
750920
0938


31
2000
112

58
34
24
0.30
70
750920
0939


36
2000
112

52
28
24
0.30

750920
0941


41
2000
2060

70
38
32
0.88
5620
750920
0943


55
2000
4250

92
41
51
2.50
16250
750925
1700


1
2000
458

64
62
2
0.39

750925
1713


57
2000
1012

96
77
19
0.50
2500
751008
1105


1
13

30K









00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL
TRANSP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
MN.DISS
TEMP

SO4-T0T
A
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750*14
1630


1
2000



2K



750414
1630









24

750414
1635


19
2000



2K



750415
1640


1
2000
115

0.03
2K



750415
1640









24

750415
1650


41
2000
425

o
•
o
2K


1 . OK
750416
1630


1
2000
160


2K



750*16
1638


41
2000
4320


2K


1.0K
750416
1640



2000





24

750417
1005


1
2000
170


2K



750417
1014


44
2000
155


2K


1. OK
750418
0910


1
2000
140


2K



750418
0918


41
2000
3760


2K



750519
1710


1
13

30.0
0.05

91.50


750519
1711


6
13




23.80


750519
1713


13
13




23.00


750519
1721


46
13


0.02




750609
1640


1
13

22.0
0.02

13.85


750609
1641


6
13




11.81


750609
1642


11
13




18.27


750609
1648


41
13


O
•
o




750627
0930


1
13

26.0





750714
1515


1
13

25.5
0.02K

1.84


750714
1516


6
13




2.96



\S\<ป


V4
13




5.53



-------
I - CH
TIME
1525
1717
1719
1721
1725
1805
1807
1809
1814
1840
1846
1847
1848
1850
1100
1106
1108
1109
rin
1630
1637
1640
1641
1642
0925
0932
0933
0936
0937
0930
0938
0939
0941
0943
1700
1713
1105
1107
1108
1113
APPENDIX C-2
ซป•ซซปซซซซ•*ซปซซป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
WEHADKEE CR HWY 238 SW LAGRANGE CHATTAHOOCHEE
00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL

AGENCY
MNfDISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
36
13


0.02K


1
13


0.02K

5.76
11
13




13.71
18
13




4.93
31
13


0.02K


1
13


0.02K

9.55
11
13




9.86
18
13




6.62
36
13


0.02K


1
2000



3

31
2000



3

36
2000



2K

41
2000



2K

56
2000



2K

1
2000
10

0.01
2K

31
2000
70

0.01
2

36
2000



2K

41
2000


0.02
2K

56
2000
3800

0.09
2K

1
2000
10K

0.01
2

36
2000
140

0.01
2K

41
2000



2K

46
2000
1585

0.02
2K

53
2000
2100

0.05
2K

1
2000
10K

0.02
3

36
2000
60

0.02
2

41
2000



2K

45
2000
1780

0.02
2K

50
2000


0.08
2K

1
2000
10K

0.02
3

31
2000
31

0.02
3

36
2000



4

41
2000
2160

0.02
2K

55
2000
4130

0.07
2K

1
2000



2K

57
2000


0.02
2K

1
13


0.04

0.80
6
13




1.73
11
13




1.20
36
13


*
o
•
o



-------
C-2-86
APPENDIX C-2
••ซ•ซ•ซ••••••ซ*•*
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13A	VEASEY CR AT CONFLUENCE STROUD C CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750416
1745


1
2000
18.0
32
50
32
7.8
1.4
6.9
750416
1746


3
2000
15.0



6.8


750416
1747


8
2000
14.8



6.4


750416
1748


13
2000
14.0



2.8


750416
1749


18
2000
13.8



1.5


750416
1750


23
2000
13.5



0.0


750416
1751


28
2000
12.5



0.0


750416
1752


33
2000
12.8
68
280
100
0.2
17.2
6.9
750417
0935


3
2000
16.5
31
60
33
8.0
0.8
6.7
750417
0936


8
2000
14.5



6.8


750417
0937


13
2000
14.0



5.0


750417
0938


18
2000
13.5



1.3


750417
0939


23
2000
13.3



0.1


750417
0940


28
2000
13.0



0.0


750417
0941


33
2000
12.0
73
70
73
0.0
0.5
6.6
750418
0840


1
2000
15.3
30
45
32
7.0
0.6
6.9
750418
0841


6
2000
15.0



6.4


750418
0842


11
2000
14.3



5.5


750418
0843


16
2000
14.0



3.4


750418
0844


21
2000
13.5



1.0


750418
0845


26
2000
13.0



6.3


750418
0846


31
2000
12.5



0.1


750418
0847


34
2000
12.0
30
45
32
0.4
0.8
6.5




00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900





DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD






AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03

DATE—
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L

750416
1745


1
2000
13
0.03
0.10
0.04
2.7
10

750416
1752


33
2000
55
1.33
0.01
0.12
10.3
40

750417
0935


3
2000
16
0.03
0.05
0.03
2.7
10

750417
0941


33
2000
41
0.81
0.04
0.07
6.8
22

750418
0840


1
2000
14
0.05
0.08
0.02
2.6


750418
0847


34
20 00
13
0.05
0.09
0.02
3.3






00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530





DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE






AGENCY
FEปTOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L

750416
17*5


1
2000
1250
340
1 OK
54
46
8

750416
17*5


33


17280





750416
1752


33
2000
36800


164
74
90

750417
0935


3
ZOOO
1300
245
4K
96
95
1


-------
C-Z-87
APPENDIX C-2
ซปซปซซ*ซซซ•ซซซซปป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-13A	VEASEY CR AT CONFLUENCE STROUD C CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530




DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
750417
0935


33


13280




750417
0941


33
2000
28400


172
98
74
750418
0840


1
2000
1200
225

44
40
4
750418
0847


34
2000
1100
225

46
41
5




00003
00027
00625
01046
01056
00945
00077
00745




DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
SULFATE
TRANJP
SULFIDE





AGENCY
N
FE.DISS
MNปDISS
S04-T0T
SECCHI
TOTAL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L
INCHES
MG/L
750416
1745


1
2000
0.12
970
210
2K


750416
1745


33



16960



750416
1752


33
2000
1.57


2K

1.0K
750416
1755



2000




24

750417
0935


3
2000
0.18
770

2K


750417
0935


33



12480



750417
0941


33
2000
0.82
27200

2K

1. OK
750418
0840


1
2000
0.20
385
200
2K


750418
0840








24

750418
0847


34
2000
0.32
495
200
2K



-------
C-2r-88
APPENOIX C-2
ป*ปซ•ซ•ซ•ซ•ซซ•ซ*ซ
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-14	CHATTAHOOCHEE R MO OF BRUSH CR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750415
1110


1
2000
13.0
59
35
45
8.9
1.2
6.5
750416
0950


1
2000
12.5
54
40
40
8.9
1.9
6.5
750417
1510


1
2000
15.0
35
25
38
8.4
1.0
6.9
750418
1350


1
2000
15.5
32
40
40
8.4
1.1
6.7
750418
1351


6
2000
15.0



8.2


750626
1725


1
13
27.5



5.5

7.2
750626
1726


3
13
27.5



4.6


750626
1727


6
13
27.5



4.5


750626
1728


11
13
27.5



4.4


750626
1729


17
13
26.0



4.2

6.6
750728
1420


1
13
27.0



5.5

8.1
750728
1421


6
13
25.5



4.8


750728
1422


11
13
25.0



4.7


750728
1423


15
13
25.0



4.6


750908
1220


1
13
24.0



6.9

-J
ซ
o
750908
1221


6
13
22.5



6.8


750908
1222


11
13
22.0



6.7


750908
1223


16
13
22.0



6.6

6.7
750908
1224


18
13
22.0



6.6


750915
1515


1
2000
23.5
26
50
92
5.8
0.9
6.4
750915
1516


6
2000
23.0



5.2


750915
1517


11
2000
23.0



5.1


750915
1518


16
2000
23.0



5.1


750915
1519


21
2000
23.0
26
50
86
5.1
0.7
6.5
750916
1230


1
2000
22.5
33
30
77
6.5

6.6
750916
1231


6
2000
22.0



6.3


750916
1232


11
2000
22.0



6.4


7509r6
1233


16
2000
22.0



6.3


750916
1234


21
2000
21.8



6.1


750917
1630


1
2000
23.5
26
40
81
6.2

6.7
750917
1631


6
2000
23.5



6.2


750917
1632


11
2000
23.5



5.9


750917
1633


16
2000
23.5



6.2


750917
1634


21
2000
22.5



6.1


750918
1045


1
2000
23.5
13
30
81
6.1

6.5
750918
1046


6
2000
23.5



6.1


750918
1047


11
2000
23.5



6.0


750918
1048


16
2000
23.5



6.0


750918
1049


21
2000
23.5



6.0


750919
1440


1
2000
22.6
40
30
72
5.3

6.4
750919
1441


6
2000
22.0



5.4


750919
1442


11
2000
22.0



5.3


750919
1443


16
2000
22.0



5.3


750919
1444


21
2000
22.0



5.4



\44S


Zb
2000
22.0



5.4



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C-2-89
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION
- CH-
14

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R MO OF
BRUSH CR
CHATTAHOOCHEE









00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
751007
1305


1
13
18.0



6.6

6.2
751007
1306


3
13
18.0



6.6


751007
1307


6
13
18.0



6.6


751007
1308


11
13
18.0



6.6


751007
1309


16
13
18.0



6.6


751007
1310


21
13
18.0



6.6

6.2
751112
1324


1
13
21.5



6.6

6.2
751112
1325


3
13
21.5



6.6


751112
1326


6
13
21.5



6.6


751112
1327


11
13
21.5



6.5


751112
1328


15
13
21.5



6.5






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD
IRON





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
FEป TOT
PATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750415
1110


1
2000
19
0.05
0.31
0.18
5.0
11
2100
750416
0950


1
2000
13
0.03
0.31
0.17
3.4
11
3025
750417
1510


1
2000
16
0.03
0.32
0.13
1.2

1150
750418
1350


1
2000
12
0.04
0.35
0.13
1.5

1337
750908
1220


1
13

0.04
0.53
0.22



750915
1515


1
2000
20
0.19
0.78
0.22
3.3

760
750915
1519


21
2000
19
0.18
0.78
0.25
2.9

1025
750916
1230


1
2000
18
0.10
0.70
0.18
2.9
16
842
750917
1630


1
2000
22
0.19
0.98
0.24
2.6
18
1000
750918
1045


1
2000
21
0.26
1.25
0.25
2.3
16
864
750919
1440


1
2000
14
0.17
0.83
0.26
4.8
15
1242




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





AGENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FEfDISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750415
1110


1
2000
120
2300
164
48
116
0.18
130
750416
0950


1
2000
185
5000
122
48
74
0.34
145
750417
1510


1
2000
100
2750
90
15
75
0.10
100
750418
1350


1
2000
117
800
74
37
42
0.21
160
750626
1725


1
13

930





750728
1420


1
13

430





750908
1220


1
13

7500





750915
1515


1
2000
140
140



0.42
202
750915
1519


21
2000
147




0.45

750916
1230


1
2000
143
110
76
61
15
0.35
132
750917
1630


1
2000
132
170
48
14
34
0.42
446

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C-2-90
APPENDIX C-2
ซ••*•ซ•••••*•ป•ป•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-14	CHATTAHOOCHEE R MO OF BRUSH CR CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530
00625
01046




depth
COLLECT
MANGNESE
FEC COL I
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON





A6ENCY
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT
N
FE*DISS
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
750918
1045


1
2000
104
110
60
49
11
0.73
132
750919
1440


1
2000
159
1020
108
86
22
0.39
89




00003
00027
01056
00020
00666
00945
32209
00077





depth
COLLECT
MANGNESE
AIR
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE
CHLRPHYL
TRANSP






AGENCY
MNtDISS
TEMP

S04-T0T
A
SECCHI

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
CENT
MG/L P
MG/L
UG/L
INCHES

750415
1110


1
2000
15

0.03
2K



750415
1110









12

750416
0950


1
2000
15

0.04
2K



750416
0950









6

750417
1510


1
2000
10K


2K



750417
1510









12

750418
1350


1
2000
1 OK


2K



750418
1350









12

750908
1220


1
13


0.06

0.75


750908
1221



13




0.54


750908
1222


11
13




0.68


750915
1515


1
2000
no

0.13




750916
1230


1
2000
115

0.10
2K



750917
1630


1
2000
114

0.12
5



750918
1045


1
2000
87

0.17
4



750919
1440


1
2000
112

0.11
4



751007
1305


1
13

23.8


1.11


751007
1307



13




0.23


751007
1308


11
13




0.47


75111-2
1324


1
13




0.71


751112
1326


6
13




0.34


751112
1327


11
13




0.80



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C-2-91
APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-15	YELLOW JACKET CR AT HW 219 CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
HATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750414
1215


1
2000
15.0
25
40
45
10.6
2.1
7504IS
1000


1
2000
12.0
82
50
29
9.0
1.8
750416
1010


1
2000
12.0
83
35
27
10.2
1.3
750417
1325


1
2000
16.0
57
50
33
7.7
1.4
750418
1205


1
2000
16.0
35
45
37
7.5
1.2
750915
0850


1
2000
23.0
6
35
72
5.2
2.3
750916
0910


1
2000
24.0
4K
15
65
4.6

750917
0845


1
2000
24.0
7
30
65
4.1

750918
0845


1
2000
24.5
5
30
65
3.6

750919
1415


1
2000
27.5
4K
30
76
5.0

750925
1130


1
13
22.3



4.1

750925
1131


3
13
22.3



3.9

750925
1132


6
13
22.3



3.9

750925
1133


11
13
22.3



3.9

750925
1134


16
13
22.3



3.9

750925
1135


21
13
22.3



3.8





00003
00027
00400
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C





AGENCY

CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
750414
1215


1
2000
6.7
18
0.01K
0.09
0.02
1.7
750415
1000


1
2000
6.4
13
0.02
0.07
0.03
4.1
750416
1010


1
2000
6.5
13
0.05
0.10
0.04
5.1
750417
1325


1
2000
6.4
20
0.03
0.12
0.04
1.8
750418
1205


1
2000
6.5
15
0.01
0.10
0.03
3.0
750915
0850


1
2000
6.6
24
0.01K
0.01K
0.02
5.1
750916
0910


1
2000
6.5
26
0.09
0.01K
0.02
4.0
750917
0845


1
2000
6.4
26
0.06
0.01K
0.03
2.9
750918
0845


1
2000
6.5
28
0.09
0.02
0.03
2.9
750919
1415


1
2000
6.7
27
0.07
0.05
0.02
4.6




00003
00027
00900
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515




depth
COLLECT
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
CAC03
FEปT0T
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
750414
1215


1
2000
13
1000
420
60
54
48
75041S
1000


1
2000
8
3100
235
5600
124
72
750416
1010


1
2000
8
2900
175
1100
96
50
750417
1325


1
2000
8
1900
165
70
60
40
750418
1205


1
2000

1400
200
25
44
37
750915
0850


1
2000
23
440
373
5K
86
74
750916
0910


1
2000
22
649
515
2K
76
71

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APPENDIX C-2
WATER QUALITY OATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-15	YELLOW JACKET CR AT HW 219 CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00900
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515




DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIOUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
CAC03
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
M6/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
750917
0845


1
2000
22
815
661
2K
40
40
750918
0845


1
2000
22
849
650
2K
26
20
750919
1415


1
2000
22
545
528
2K
92
78




00003
00027
00530
00625
01046
01056
00666
0094S




DEPTH
COLLECT
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE





AGENCY
TOT NFLT
N
FE.DISS
MN.DISS

S04-T0T
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
75041*
1215


1
2000
6
0.10
560
415
0.02
2K
750415
1000


1
2000
52
0.18



2K
750416
1010


1
2000
46
0.16
495
155

2K
750417
1325


1
2000
20
0.26
415
130

2K
750418
1205


1
2000
7
0.16
225
170

2K
750915
0850


1
2000
12
0.30
53
147
0.01
2K
750916
0910


1
2000
5
0.21
110
332
0.02
2K
750917
0845


1
2000
IK
0.26
202
443
0.02
2K
750918
0845


1
2000
6
0.37
148
471
0.02
?K
750919
1415


1
2000
14
0.35
128
397
0.02
2K

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C-2-93
APPENDIX C-2
ซ*ซปปปปปป*ปป•ป*ปป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH—16	WEHAOKEE CR NR BELOW GUS CREEK CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
750414
750415
750416
750417
750418
750915
750916
750917
750918
750919
2030
1300
1330
0930
0935
1315
1215
1115
1230
1055
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
00027
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
00010
WATER
TEMP
CENT
13.0
12.0
13.5
12.0
14.0
21.5
22.0
21.5
22.0
23.0
00070
TURB
JKSN
JTU
67
55
34
32
29
20
21
16
21
16
00060
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
40
40
35
40
40
60
30
60
60
60
00095
CNDUCTVY
AT 25C
MICROMHO
22
26
32
35
35
56
59
59
54
55
00300
DO
MG/L
11.7
9.*
11.5
9.2
8.8
5.4
6.2
6.4
5.9
5.7
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L
2.1
2.0
0.8
1.1
0.7
1.4
00400
PH
SU
6.8
6.3
6.9
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.7
6.6
6.6
6.6




00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900




DEPTH
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARE





AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L
750414
2030


1
2000
11
0.01K
0.08
0.03
5.7
6
750415
1300


1
2000
13
0.02
0.11
0.04
3.5
6
750416
1330


1
2000
15
0.02
0.13
0.03
2.7
6
750*17
0930


1
2000
18
0.02
0.13

1.5
8
750418
0935


1
2000
17
0.01
0.15
0.03
1.8

750915
1315


1
2000
24
0.04
0.10
0.03
2.6
15
750916
1215


1
2000
24
0.03
0.08
0.03
3.3
15
750917
1115


1
2000
24
0.03
0.13
0.04
2.9
14
750918
1230


1
2000
26
0.04
0.09
0.05
4.3
14
750919
1055


1
2000
19
0.04
0.12
0.04
4.3
13




00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530




DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
FEปTOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFL1
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L
750414
2030


1
2000
2475
285
5600
148
80
68
750415
1300



2000
1900
190
1400
68
20
48
750416
1330


1
2000
1600
190
100
72
48
24
750417
0930


1
2000
1650
200
170
66
46
20
750418
0935


1
2000
1650
185
85
64
46
18
750915
1315


1
2000
2050
564
20
94
80
14
750916
1215


1
2000
2100
493
6
80
67
13
750917
1115


1
2000
2300
442
10
68
66
2
750918
1230


1
2000
2180
441
500
54
38
16
750919
1055


1
2000
2200
444
345
104
89
15

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C-2-94
APPENDIX C-2
••••ซ•••••••••••ป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-16
WEHADKEE CR NR BELOW GUS CREEK CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
OATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
0002T
COLLECT
AGENCY
CODE
00625
TOT KJEL
N
MG/L
01046
IRON
FE*DISS
UG/L
01056
MANGNESE
MN.OISS
UG/L
00666
PHOS-DIS
MG/L P
00945
SULFATE
S04-T0T
MG/L
00745
SULFIDE
TOTAL
MG/L
750414
750415
750416
750417
750418
750915
750916
750917
750918
750919
2030
1300
1330
0930
0935
1315
1215
1115
1230
1055
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
0.18
0.16
0.12
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.21
0.10
0.22
0.26
370
255
240
249
404
348
320
278
190
105
105
465
398
348
400
379
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.03
0.02
0.02
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
2K
1. OK

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C-2-95
APPENDIX C-2
•*•••••••••••••ซ•
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKEt GEORGIA
STATION - CH-WPP
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI CHATTAHOOCHEE
DATE TIME
DATE TIME
00003
DEPTH
FEET
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750914
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750915
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
750916
1130
1230
1330
1430
1530
1630
1730
1830
1930
2030
2130
2230
2330
0030
0130
0230
0330
0430
0530
0630
0730
0630
0930
1030
1130
1230
1330
1430
1555
1530
1630
1730
1830
1930
2030
2130
2230
2330
0030
0130
0230
0330
0430
0530
0630
<0 750914
(C)750914
(C)750914
(C)750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0 750914
<0750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
<0750915
<0750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
<0750915
<0750915
<0750915
<0 750915
<0750915
<0 750915
<0750915
<0750915
<0750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
(0750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
<0 750915
(0750916
<0 750916
(0 750916
(C)750916
(C)750916
(0750916
(CI 750916
(C)750916
1229
1329
1429
1529
1629
1729
1829
1929
2029
2129
2229
2329
0029
0129
0229
0329
0429
0529
0629
0729
0829
0929
1029
1129
1229
1329
1429
1529
1629
1729
1829
1929
2029
2129
2229
2329
0029
0129
0229
0329
0429
0529
0629
0729
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00400
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNOUCTVY
DO
PH
AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C


CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
SU
2000
26.8


58
6.0
6.8
2000
27.0


54
6.2
6.9
2000
27.0


53
6.3
6.9
2000
27.2


53
6.4
6.9
2000
27.0



6.4
6.9
2000
27.0



6.3
6.9
2000
26.8


50
6.2
6.8
2000
26.6


53
6.2
6.8
2000
26.2


54
5.9
6.8
2000
26.2


55
5.7
6.8
2000
26.0


55
5.6
6.8
2000
25.8


56
5.5
6.8
2000
25.8


56
5.4
6.8
2000
25.4


56
5.3
6.7
2000
25.4


55
5.3
6.7
2000
25.4


56
5.2
6.7
2000
25.4


56
5.2
6.7
2000
25.4


56
5.3
6.7
2000
25.2


57
5.3
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.2
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.4
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.4
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.5
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.6
6.7
2000
25.0


57
5.8
6.7
2000
25.0


58
5.8
6.8
2000
25.0


58
5.9
6.8
2000
25.4


57
6.0
6.7
2000
26.0



3.8
6.4
2000
25.8


58
4.1
6.4
2000
26.0


57
4.1
6.5
2000
26.2


57
4.1
6.5
2000
26.2


58
4.0
6.5
2000
26.0


58
3.8
6.5
2000
26.0


59
3.7
6.5
2000
25.8


58
3.6
6.5
2000
25.2


58
3.8
6.5
2000
25.0


58
3.7
6.6
2000
25.0


58
3.6
6.6
2000
24.8


58
3.5
6.6
2000
24.8


58
3.9
6.6
2000
24.8


58
4.3
6.6
2000
24.8


59
4.7
6.7
2000
24.8


60
4.8
6.7
2000
24.8


60
4.8
6.7
01045
IRON
FEปTOT
UG/L
1550

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C-2i>96
APPENDIX C-2
••••••••*••••••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH—WPP	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00400
01045




OEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
PH
IRON





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C


FE.TOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
SU
UG/L
750916
0730
CC)750916
0829

2000
24.6


60
4.8
6.7

750916
0830
(0 750916
0929

2000
24.6


60
4.9
6.7

750916
0930

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C-2-97
APPENDIX C-2
••••*••<ป•••••ซซ**
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-WPP
CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070 00080
00095
00300
00400
01045




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
PH
IRON





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN PT-CO
AT 25C


FE.TOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
su
UG/L
750918
0230
<0 750918
0329

2000
24.2

65
3.4
6.5

750918
0330
(C)750918
0429

2000
24.2

63
4.1
6.6

750918
0430
(C)750918
0529

2000
24.0

58
4.7
6.6

750918
0530
(C)750918
0629

2000
24.0

60
4.7
6.6

750918
0630
(C)750918
0729

2000
24.2

63
4.7
6.6

750918
0730
(O750918
0829

2000
24.2

64
4.6
6.6

750918
0830
(C)750918
0929

2000
24.2

64
5.6
6.6

750918
0930
(C)750918
1029

2000
24.8

66
4.2
6.4

750918
1030
(C)750918
1129

2000
24.8

68
2.6
6.2

750918
1130
(0 750918
1229

2000
24.8

68
2.5
6.3

750918
1230
(C)750918
1329

2000
24.8

68
2.5
6.3

750918
1420


1
2000
25.0


2.5
6.4
1385
750918
1330
(O750918
1429

2000
25.0

68
2.5
6.3

750918
1430
(C)750918
1529

2000
25.0

67
2.7
6.3

750918
1530
(C)750918
1629

2000
2 5.0

67
2.9
6.3

750918
1630
(C)750918
1729

2000
25.0

67
3.0
6.3

750918
1730
(0750918
1829

2000
25.0

67
3.1
6.3

750918
1830
(C)750918
1929

2000
25.0

66
3.1
6.4

750918
1930
(C)750918
2029

2000
25.0

67
3.0
6.3

750918
2030
(C>750918
2129

2000
24.8

67
2.9
6.3

750918
2130
(0 750918
2229

2000
24.8

68
2.6
6.3

750918
2230
tC)750918
2329

2000
24.6

68
2.5
6.3

750918
2330
(0 750919
0029

2000
24.2

67
2.8
6.4

750919
0030
(0750919
0129

2000
24.0

66
2.8
6.4

750919
0130
IC)750919
0229

2000
24.0

66
2.9
6.4

750919
0230
(C)750919
0329

2000
23.8

66
3.2
6.4

750919
0330
(O 750919
0429

2000
23.8

65
3.7
6.5

750919
0430
(0 750919
0529

2000
23.8

65
4.2
6.6

750919
0530
(C)750919
0629

2000
23.8

61
4.6
6.6

750919
0630
(0 750919
0729

2000
23.8

64
4.8
6.6

750919
0820


1
2000
23.5


4.9
6.7
760
750915
1555
(0 750919
0820

2000

2 5
62

6.5
940
750919
0730
(0 750919
0829

2000
23.8

64
4.9
6.6





00003
00027
01055
00515 00940
01046
01056
00945





DEPTH
COLLECT
MANGNESE
RESIDUE CHLORIDE
IRON
MANGNESE
SULFATE






AGENCY
MN
DISS-105 CL
FEtDISS
MNtDISS
S04-T0T

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
C MG/L MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L

750915
1555


1
2000
547

639
469


750916
1405


1
2000
380

420
380


750917
1325


1
2000
347

450
290


750918
1420


1
2000
654

605
623


750919
0820


1
2000
287

172
302


750915
1555
(0 750919
0820

2000
450
57 10K


25K


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C-2-98
APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••••*•••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-WPP	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT LANETT CTY WI CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00620
00720
00951
01002
01007
01027




DEPTH
COLLECT
N03-N
CYANIDE
FLUORIDE
ARSENIC
BARIUM
CADMIUM





AGENCY
TOTAL
CN-T0T
FtTOTAL
AS.TOT
BA.TOT
CD.TOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750915
1555
(C)750919
0820

2000
IK
20K
O.IK
5K
1200
2K




00003
00027
01034
01042
01051
01077
01092
01147




DEPTH
COLLECT
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAO
SILVER
ZINC
SELENIUM





AGENCY
CRปT0T
CU.TOT
PBป TOT
AG.TOT
ZN.TOT
SE.TOT
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750915
1555
<0 750919
t
i
I
o |
<\j |
CO I
O I

2000
5K
20K
5K
30K
20K
5K




38260
39330
39350
39370
39380
39390
39400




MBAS
ALDRIN
CHLRDANE
DDT
DIELDRIN
ENDRIN
TOXPHENE





WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750915
1555
(C)750919
0820
0.3K
0.001K
0.01K
0.005K
0.002
0.002K
0.05K




39410
39420
39480
39730
39760
39782
71900




HCHLR
HCHLR-EP
MTHXYCLR
2.4-D
SILVEX
LINDANE
MERCURY




WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
WHL SMPL
HG.TOTAL
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750915
1555
(C> 750919
0820
0.001K
0.001K
0.01K
0.01K
0.015
0.001K
3.0

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C-2-99
APPENDIX C-2
••••ซ••*•ปป•ซ*•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LG	CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICR0MH0
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750*1*
1000


1
2000
13.5
22
30
**
10.1
1.2
6.7
750*15
0830


1
2000
13.0
33
*0
*0
9.*
0.4
6.5
750*16
0915


1
2000
12.0
38
20
*3
7.9
1.1
6.9
750*17
1*15


1
2000
1*.0
35
40
*5
8.5
3.5
6.S
750*18
1250


1
2000
15.0
23
*0
*3
8.*
2.0
6.5
75091*
1*30
(C)75091*
1529

2000
26.8


67


7.5
75091*
1530
(C)75091*
1629

2000
26.6


67


7.3
75091*
1703


I
2000
27.0



8.9


75091*
170*


5
2000
27.0



8.8


75091*
1705


10
2000
26.9



8.3


75091*
1706


12
2000
26.9



8.1


75091*
1707


1*
2000
26.8



7.6


75091*
1708


16
2000
26.6



7.0


75091*
1709


18
2000
26.5



5.2


75091*
1710


20
2000
26.*



4.0


75091*
1711


22
2000
26.0



1.*


75091*
1712


2*
2000
25.7



1.5


75091*
1713


26
2000
25.1



1.2


75091*
171*


28
2000
2*.9



1.0


75091*
1630
(C)75091*
1729

2000
26.6


67


7.1
75091*
1730
CO 75091*
1829

2000
26.6


67


6.9
75091*
1830
(0 75091*
1929

2000
26.6


67


6.8
75091*
1930
(C)75091*
2029

2000
26.*


67


6.8
75091*
2030
(C)75091*
2129

2000
26.3


67


6.8
75091*
2130
CC)75091*
2229

2000
26.2


67


6.8
75091*
2230
<0 75091*
2329

2000
26.2


67


6.7
75091*
2330
CO 750915
0029

2000
26.2


67


6.7
750915
0030
CC)750915
0129

2000
26.2


67


6.7
750915
0130
CO750915
0229

2000
26.0


67


6.7
750915
0230
CO 750915
0329

2000
26.0


67


6.7
750915
0330
CO750915
0*29

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0*30
CO 750915
0529

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0530
CC)750915
0629

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0630
CO750915
0729

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0730
CO750915
0829

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0830
CC)750915
0929

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
0930
CO 750915
1029

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1030
CO 750915
1129

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1130
CO750915
1229

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1230
CC)750915
1329

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1330
CO 750915
1*29

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1*30
CO750915
1529

2000
25.9


66


6.8
750915
1530
CO 750915
1629

2000
25.8


66


6.8
750915
1630
CO 750915
1729

2000
25.8


66


7.8
750915
1730
CC)750915
1829

2000
25.8


66


7.2

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C-2-10Q
APPENDIX C-2
•••*••••*••••••••
MATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LG

CHATTAHOOCHEE
R ABV LAGRANGE WTP
CHATTAHOOCHEE








00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750915
1830
(C)750915
1929

2000
25.8


66


6.7
750915
1930
 750915
2029

2000
25.6


66


6.7
750915
2030
(C)750915
2129

2000
25.5


66


6.4
750915
2130
(C)750915
2229

2000
25.5


66


6.3
750915
2230
<0750915
2329

2000
25.5


66


6.3
750915
2330
<0 750916
0029

2000
25.3


66


6.4
750916
0030
<0 750916
0129

2000
25.4


66


6.4
750916
0130
<0 750916
0229

2000
25.5


66


6.3
750916
0230
<0 750916
0329

2000
25.3


66


6.4
750916
0330
<0750916
0429

2000
25.3


66


6.3
750916
0430
<0 750916
0529

2000
25.1


66


6.2
750916
0530
<0750916
0629

2000
24.9


66


6.2
750916
0630
<0750916
0729

2000
25.0


66


6.1
750916
0730
<0750916
0829

2000
24.9


66


6.1
750916
0830
<0 750916
0929

2000
24.9


66


6.0
750916
0930
<0 750916
1029

2000
24.9


66


6.2
750916
1030
<0 750916
1129

2000
24.9


66


6.2
750916
1130
<0750916
1229

2000
25.1


66


6.3
750916
1230
<0750916
1329

2000
25.1


66


6.5
750916
1330
<0 750916
1429

2000
25.1


66


6.7
750916
1430
<0 750916
1529

2000
24.9


66


6.5
750916
1530
<0750916
1629

2000
25.2


66


6.7
750916
1630
<0 750916
1729

2000
25.3


66


6.9
750916
1730
<0 750916
1829

2000
25.3


66


7.0
750916
1830
<0 750916
1929

2000
25.3


66


7.2
750916
1930
<0 750916
2029

2000
25.3


67


6.9
750916
2030
<0 750916
2129

2000
25.3


66


6.3
750916
2130
<0 750916
2229

2000
24.9


66


6.0
750916"" 2230
<0 750916
2329

2000
24.9


67


5.9
750916
2330
<0 750917
0029

2000
24.9


67


6.0
750917
0030
<0 750917
0129

2000
24.9


67


5.9
750917
0130
<0 750917
0229

2000
24.9


67


6.0
750917
0230
<0 750917
0329

2000
24.9


67


5.9
750917
0330
<0 750917
0429

2000
24.9


67


5.8
750917
0430
<0 750917
0529

2000
24.9


67


5.7
750917
0530
<0750917
0629

2000
24.9


67


5.7
750917
0630
<0 750917
0729

2000
24.8


67


5.7
750917
0730
<0 750917
0829

2000
24.9


67


6.5
750917
0830
<0 750917
0929

2000
24.5


67


6.5
750917
0930
<0 750917
1029

2000
24.9


67


6.5
750917
1030
<0750917
1129

2000
24.8


67


6.5
750917
1130
<0 750917
1229

2000
24.8


67


6.5
750917
1230
<0 750917
1329

2000
24.6


67


6.5
750917
1330
<0 750917
1429

2000
24.6


67


6.5
1S&9VI
\A3A
VC.US09VI
1529

2000
24.6


67


6.5

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CN-2-101
APPENDIX C-2
••ปปป•••••••ปซ•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LS	CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
oooao
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
00
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
75091T
1530
(C J 750917
1629

2000
24.6


67


6.6
750917
1630
(C)750917
1729

2000
24.6


67


6.6
750917
1730
<0 750917
1829

2000
24.6


67


6.6
750917
1830
(C)750917
1929

2000
24.6


67


6.5
750917
1930
(Cป750917
2029

2000
24.6


67


6.5
750917
2030
(0 750917
2129

2000
24.6


67


6.5
750917
2130
(0 750917
2229

2000
24.6


67


6.5
750917
2230
(C)750917
2329

2000
24.6


67


6.4
750917
2330
(C)750918
0029

2000
24.6


67


6.4
750918
0030
(C)750918
0129

2000
24.5


67


6.4
75091ฎ
0130
CO750918
0229

2000
24.4


67


6.4
75091S
0230
 750918
0329

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
0330
IC)750918
0429

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
0430
(O750918
0529

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
0530
JO 750918
0629

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
0630
(0 750918
0729

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
0730
(0 750918
0829

2000
24.4


68


6.4
750918
0830
(0 750918
0929

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918 0930
(0 750918
1029

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
1030
CC)750918
1129

2000
24.4


67


6.4
750918
1130
CO 750918
1229

2000
24.4


68


6.4
750918
1230
(0 750918
1329

2000
24.4


68


6.5
750918
1330
CC)750918
1429

2000
24.5


68


6.5
750918
1430
(CI 750918
1529

2000
24.8


68


6.6
750918
1530
(0 750918
1629

2000
25.3


69


6.7
750918
1630
(0 750918
1729

2000
26.0


69


6.7
750918
1730
(0 750918
1829

2000
26.0


70


6.7
750918
1830
(0 750918
1929

2000
26.0


70


6.8
750918
1930
<0750918
2029

2000
25.8


70


6.8
750918
2030
CCJ 750918
2129

2000
2 5.8


70


6.8
750918
2130
<0 750918
2229

2000
25.8


70


6.8
750918 2230
<0 750918
2329

2000
25.7


70


6.8
750918
2330
<0 750919
0029

2000
25.5


70


6.7
750919
0030
<0 750919
0129

2000
25.2


69


6.7
750919
0130
<0 750919
0229

2000
24.9


69


6.6
750919
0230
<0 750919
0329

2000
24.9


69


6.6
750919
0330
(0 750919
0429

2000
24.9


70


6.6
750919
0430
(0750919
0529

2000
24.9


69


6.5
750919
0530
<0 750919
0629

2000
24.5


69


6.5
750919
0630
(0 750919
0729

2000
24.2


69


6.5
750919
0730
<0 750919
0829

2000
24.2


69


6.4
750919
0830
<0750919
0929

2000
24.2


69


6.3
750919
0930
<0 750919
1029

2000
24.0


68


6.3
750919
1100


1
13




3.9


750919
1030
<0750919
1129

2000
24.0


68


6.4

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C-2-1Q2
APPENOIX C-2
••••*ซ•••••••••••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LG	CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750919
1200


1
13




4.2


750919
1130
(C)750919
1229

2000
24.0


68


6.4
750916
1415
<0 750919
1230

2000

1
8
67


6.1
750919
1300


1
13




4.8


750919
1230
(C)750919
1329

2000
24.4


68


6.2
750919
1400


1
13




4.8


750919
1330
(C)750919
1429

2000
24.8


68


6.5
750919
1500


1
13




5.4


750919
1430
(C)750919
1529

2000
24.9


69


6.5
750919
1600


1
13




7.1


750919
1530
(C)750919
1629

2000
25.1


70


6.6
750919
1700


1
13




7.3


750919
1630
(C)750919
1729

2000
26.3


70


6.7
750919
1800


1
13




8.8


750919
1900


1
13




7.9


750919
2000


1
13




9.3


750919
2100


1
13




9.7


750919
2200


1
13




8.2


750919
2300


1
13




8.2


750919
2400


1
13




7.1


750920
0100


1
13




8.0


750920
0200


1
13




8.3


750920
0300


1
13




8.1


750920
0400


1
13




7.5


750920
0500


1
13




6.4


750920
0600


1
13




5.9


750920
0700


1
13




5.7


750920
0800


1
13




5.3


750920
0900


1
13




5.4


750920
1000


1
13




5.8


750920
1100


1
13




6.3


750920
1200


1
13




6.3


750920
1300


1
13




7.0


750920
1400


1
13




7.1


750920
1500


1
13




9.5


750920
1600


1
13




10.5


750920
1700


1
13




11.5


750920
1800


1
13




12. OL


750920
1900


1
13




12. OL


750920
2000


1
13




12.OL


750920
2100


1
13




12.OL


750920
2200


1
13




12.OL


750920
2300


1
13




12.OL


750920
2400


1
13




11.2


750921
0100


1
13




11.2



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C-2-103
APPENDIX C-2
ป••*••*•••••••••ป
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LG	CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310
00400




depth
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD
PH





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY

DATE
TIME
OATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
SU
750921
0200


1
13




10.8


750921
0300


1
13




10.1


750921
0400


1
13




9.6


750921
0500


1
13




8.9


750921
0600


1
13




8.5


750921
0700


1
13




7 .7


750921
0800


1
13




8.1


750921
0830


1
13




8.0






00003
00027
00410
00610
00630
00665
00680
00900





depth
COLLECT
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C
TOT HARD






AGENCY
CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
CAC03

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
MG/L

750414
1000


1
2000
17
0.04
0.35
0.10
1.1
9

750415
0830


1
2000
16
0.04
0.28
0.08
2.3
6

750416
0915


1
2000
16
0.07
0.32
0.09
2.7
11

750417
1415


1
2000
17
0.09
0.33
0.09
1.8
11

75041S
1250


1
2000
13
0.05
0.32
0.09
2.3






00003
00027
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515
00530





DEPTH
COLLECT
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE
RESIDUE






AGENCY
FฃปT0T
MN
MFM-FC0R
TOTAL
DISS-105
TOT NFLT

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
MG/L

750414
1000


1
2000
700
90
550
78
66
12

750415
0830


1
2000
950
90
1250
94
73
21

750416
0915


1
2000
1100
65
1450
106
80
26

750417
1415


1
2000
950
85
1100
61
44
17

750418
1250


1
2000
950
75
700
36
24
12

750916
1415
(C>750919
1230

2000
260
80


63






00003
00027
00625
00940
01046
01056
00666
00945





DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT KJEL
CHLORIDE
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE






A6ENCY
N
CL
FEปDISS
MNtDISS

S04-T0T

DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
M6/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L

750414
1000


1
2000
0.18

233

0.09
2K

750415
0830


1
2000
0.18




2K

750416
0915


1
2000
0.23




2K

750417
1415


1
2000
0.60

190
65

2K

75041S
1250


1
2000
0.26

160


2K

750916
1415
(C1750919
1230

2000

10K



25K


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C-2-1Q4
APPENDIX C-2
•••••••••ซ•••••••
HATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE* GEORGIA
STATION - CH-LG	CHATTAHOOCHEE R ABV LAGRANGE WTP CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00620
00720
00951
01002
01007
01027




DEPTH
COLLECT
N03-N
CYANIDE
FLUORIDE
ARSENIC
BARIUM
CADMIUM





AGENCY
TOTAL
CN-TOT
F.TOTAL
ASปTOT
BAtTOT
CDtTOT
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750916
1415
(C)750919
1230

2000
2
20K
0.1
5K
200K
2K




00003
00027
01034
01042
01051
01077
01092
01147




depth
COLLECT
CHROMIUM
COPPER
LEAD
SILVER
ZINC
SELENIUM





AGENCY
CRtTOT
CUปTOT
PBปTOT
AG.TOT
ZN.TOT
SEปTOT
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
UG/L
750916
1415
<0 750919
1230

2000
5K
20K
15
30K
20
5K
DATE TIME DATE TIME
750916 1415 <0750919 1230
38260 39330
MBAS ALDRIN
WHL SMPL
MG/L	UG/L
0.3K
0.001K
39350
CHLRDANE
WHL SMPL
UG/L
0.01K
39370
DDT
WHL SMPL
UG/L
0.005K
39380
DIELDRIN
WHL SMPL
UG/L
0.004
39390
ENDRIN
WHL SMPL
UG/L
0.002K
39400
TOXPHENE
WHL SMPL
U6/L
0.05K
DATE TIME
DATE TIME
39410
HCHLR
WHL SMPL
UG/L
39420
HCHLR-EP
WHL SMPL
UG/L
39480
MTHXYCLR
WHL SMPL
UG/L
39730
2ป4-D
WHL SMPL
UG/L
39760
SILVEX
WHL SMPL
UG/L
39782
LINDANE
WHL SMPL
UG/L
71900
MERCURY
HG.TOTAL
UG/L
750916 1415 {C >750919 1230
0.001K
0.001K
0. OIK
0.01K
0.009
0.001K
2.5

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C-2-105
APPENDIX C-2
••••••••*•*ป•ซ•••
WATER QUALITY DATA-POST IMPOUNDMENT STUDY
WEST POINT LAKE. 6E0RG1A
STATION - CH-DM	CHATTAHOOCHEE R AT D-M MILLS CHATTAHOOCHEE




00003
00027
00010
00070
00080
00095
00300
00310




DEPTH
COLLECT
WATER
TURB
COLOR
CNDUCTVY
DO
BOD





AGENCY
TEMP
JKSN
PT-CO
AT 25C

5 DAY
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
CENT
JTU
UNITS
MICROMHO
MG/L
MG/L
750414
1120


1
2000
14.0
20
40
42
10.1
1.8
750415
0915


1
2000
12.0
33
35
39
9.2
1.8
750416
0940


1
2000
12.0
42
15
43
9.8
1.2
750417
1445


1
2000
13.0
37
45
44
8.0
1.9
750418
1340


1
2000
14.0
20
30
42
7,3
2.1




00003
00027
00400
00410
00610
00630
006i_5
00 >80




DEPTH
COLLECT
PH
T ALK
NH3-N
N02&N03
PHOS-TOT
T ORG C





AGENCY

CAC03
TOTAL
N-TOTAL

C
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
CODE
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
750414
1120


1
2000
6.6
17
0.03
0.34
0.07
1.1
750415
0915


1
2000
6.6
15
0.04
0.27
0.08
2.3
750416
0940


1
2000
6.4
15
0.07
0.32
0.09
2.7
750417
1445


1
2000
6.4
16
0.08
0.33
0.09
1.8
750418
1340


1
2000
6.4
13
0.05
0.32
0.09
2.0




00003
00027
00900
01045
01055
31616
00500
00515




DEPTH
COLLECT
TOT HARD
IRON
MANGNESE
FEC COLI
RESIDUE
RESIDUE





AGENCY
CAC03
FE.TOT
MN
MFM-FCBR
TOTAL
DISS-105
DATE
TIME
DATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
/100ML
MG/L
C MG/L
750414
1120


1
2000
9
600
90
300
78
65
750415
0915


1
2000
8
1050
95
900
86
66
750416
0940


1
2000
11
1100
90
1800
120
96
750417
1445


1
2000
10
1050
80
1400
128
108
750418
13*0


1
2000

775
75
900
50
38




00003
00027
00530
00625
01046
01056
00666
00945




DEPTH
COLLECT
RESIDUE
TOT KJEL
IRON
MANGNESE
PHOS-DIS
SULFATE





AGENCY
TOT NFLT
N
FEtDISS
MNtDISS

S04-T0T
DATE
time
DATE
TIME
FEET
COOE
MG/L
MG/L
UG/L
UG/L
MG/L P
MG/L
750414
1120


1
2000
13
0.23


0.08
2K
750415
0915


1
2000
20
0.18



2K
750416
0940


1
2000
24
0.23



2K
750417
1445


1
2000
20
0.62
205
65

2K
750418
1340


1
2000
12
0.23
145


2K

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Dr-1
APPENDIX D
Proposed Research Program For West Point Lake

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D-2
APPENDIX D
PROPOSED RESEARCH .PROGRAM FOR WEST POINT LAKE
Upon review of the present research effort in West Point Lake
by Auburn University and the past and present research efforts by their
groups, particularly the Georgia Department of Environmental Protection
and the USGS, it became apparent that some expansion of the limnolo-
gical investigations by Auburn is necessary for the second year effort and
also for several years thereafter. This recommended expansion includes
1.	The addition of water quality stations in areas of the reservoir
that are presently not being monitored by any investigator.
2.	The expansion of the primary productivity investigations to obtain
a better estimate of the productivity of the reservoir.
3.	The addition of a limited number of water quality measurements at
stations where fish samples are taken.
4.	The addition of metal samples at all water quality stations.
In proposing this expansion careful consideration was given to filling
apparent data gaps, minimizing the overlap between the investigative efforts
of Auburn and other researchers in West Point, and accomodating as well as
possible under funding and manpower constraints the data requirements of
various water quality models particularly the EPAEGO (Water Resources
Engineers, Inc.., 1975) and WQRRS models (H/drologic Engineering Center, 1974)
Although the research program in West Point is not set up to specifically
utilize any water quality model, data requirements of the EPAECO and WQRRS

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D-3
models have been taken into consideration in anticipation of future
water quality application in West Point Lake.
It has become apparent, upon reviewing water quality station loca-
tions in West Point (Figure 8), that areal coverage needs to be increased
in certain portions of the reservoir. It is recommended that three addi
tional stations be added to the limnological sampling program: one in
or below New River, one along the western boundary of Wehadkee Creek, arid
one in Maple Creek (Figure 8).
Both Auburn University and the Georgia Environmental Protection
Department are measuring similar water quality variables at three stations -
stations 2, 4, and 5 of Auburn. This -apparent duplication can be justified
due to the fact that both groups of investigators are not sampling at the
same frequencies; thus, each provides a temporal expansion of the data base
of the other.
It is also recommended that three additional primary productivity
stations be established in West Point. Three stations presently exist;
however, they are limited to the main channel and are located only in
the upper reservoir and near the dam (Figure 9). Proposed new stations
will be located at the mouth of Yellow Jacket Creek, at Wehadkee Creek,
and just above Wehadkee Creek (Figure 9).
The investigators conducting the fisheries studies at Auburn do not
presently measure any limnological parameters during their fish sampling.
Their fish sampling stations do not necessarily coincide with stations
where limnological variables are measured; therefore it is proposed that
before fish sampling both temperature and oxygen profiles be run at each

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D-4
Figure 8. Location of water quality stations on West Point Lake.
/II-.
in

WP
Proposed
New Station
Proposed
New Station
WEST PoimT O frfA
i.fi GRANGE, Gฃo*
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Figure 9. Location of sampling stations on West Point
Lake, Primary oroduction and related variables.
D-5
Proposed
New Stations

Proposed New Stations
LH GrahSe, <3 ฃ0K&lQ
Existing Auburn stations
^ Proposed new stations
ฆ USGS-algal growth potential
and artificial substrate
samplers
2Vป*0
WE5.T Point O

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D-6
station. This could be done quickly with an instrument such as a Yellow
Springs Temperature-Oxygen Meter.
It is also proposM that heavy metals be monitored at the water quality
stations at the same frequency ("every six weeks) as the other water quality
variables. Presently, no one is looking at heavy metals in li'est Point.
This is with the exception of Auburn's work which is considering iron and
manganese only under conditions of low oxygen conditions during periods of
stratification. USGS is presently monitoring a spectrum of metals
at a station 20 miles above the uppermost reach of West Point. The informa-
tion at this station plus the addition of metal monitoring in- West Point would
provide a basis for defining heavy metal input to West Point, defining
possible problem levels, and determining possible movement of these metals
through the reservoir itself. Metals that would be monitored are: Fe, Mn,
Cu, Zn, Cr, Cd, Ni, Pb, A1, and Hg. The monitoring of Cr and A1 would be
very important "since an aluminum plant is located at Franklin (U. S. Army
Engineer District, Savannah, 1974).
As has been indicated above, data requirements of the EPAECO and WQRRS
models were taken into consideration in the evaluation of the West Point
Research Program. All data being gathered and the proposed expansion is
conpatible with these models. However, three varibles entering into both
models are not being addressed: BOD, biomass of benthic organisms, and
organic sediments. These variables were considered; however, the West
Point Research Program has not been set up to specifically utilize any
water quality model, its primary objective is to develop a fisheries
management program for West Point. The incorporation of these three
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larger funding and manpower effort which would probably not be within
the limitations of funding anticipated for the West Point Study.
In summary, based upon the present information on research that is
being conducted in West Point Reservoir and the principal objectives of
the West Point Fisheries and Limnological Study, it is proposed that the
fisheries program as outlined in Auburn's scope of work be continued and
that the limnological program as outlined in Auburn's scope of work be
expanded as described above. It is also proposed that the entire West
Point Fisheries and Limnological Study be continued in the expanded version
throughout the duration of the program. Any further reduction or expansion
of the study should be based on a thorough technical evaluation of the
results of the data collected to date. This evaluation should be conducted
on a yearly basis at a minimum.
It is also recommended that Auburn University as well as any other
contractors involved in the West Point Fisheries and Limnological Studies
be encouraged to exchange data and information with other researchers in
West Point, and utilize data and information resulting from the efforts of
other researchers where appropriate.
Program Schedule
The Fisheries and Limnological Research Program on West Point
Reservoir is divided into a first year pilot phase (Phase I), an extension
of the pilot phase through the second year, and an eight year period
established according to the proposed expansion. Figure 10 indicates
the milestones of the program.

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Re-evaluate and revise Management Recommendations
Initial
. Management Recommendations .
Simulate Bass Population to
. Achieve Optimum Population .
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* size (15-20% by weight of
fish biomass)
Phase I plus
g extension	I Begin Expanded Program, Document Changes in Water Quality
FY	76	77	78	79	80	81	82	83	84	85
Figure 10. Milestone Schedule.
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APPENDIX E
Area and Sampling Station Location Hap

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APPENDIX E
RAW WATER INTAKES
I. OEERING MILLIKEN MILLS
2 CITY OF LA GRANGE
SCALE IN MILES
CHurramocHEE hike*

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