WORKING PAPER MO.
EPA-9>l--7-98
WEESER-LOWEE PAYETTE
WATER QUALITY SURVEY
LOWER PAYETTE RIVER
MOUTH TO BLACK CANYON DAM RM 3&4
WE1SER RIVER
MOUTH TO TAMAKACK RM 100
AUGUST 175 amd DECEMBER 197
Regions X
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Smrveillaumce amdl Ansalysis Biviaiom
1200 Sktls Avenswe
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Boise, Idaho 83720

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WEISER-LOWER PAYETTE WATER QUALITY SURVEYS
Lower Payette River
(Mouth to Black Canyon Dam RM 38.4)
Weiser River
(Mouth to Tamarack RM 100)
AUGUST 1975
and
DECEMBER 1975
Working Paper # EPA910/8-76-098
Prepared by D.R. Tangarone
3. Bogue
Region X
Environmental Protection Agency
Surveillance and Analysis Division
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
Idaho Department of Health & Welfare
Division of the Environment
Statehouse
Boise, Idaho 83720

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QUANTITIES THROUGH THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
AGENCY, REGION X, SURVEILLANCE & ANALYSIS DIVISION,
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.
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A WORKING PAPER PRESENTS RESULTS OF INVESTIGATIONS
WHICH ARE, TO SOME EXTENT, LIMITED OR INCOMPLETE.
THEREFORE, CONCLUSIONS OR RECOMMENDATIONS EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED MAY BE TENTATIVE.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE	PAGE
INTRODUCTION 		6
PURPOSE 		6
FINDINGS 				7
CONCLUSIONS 		8
RECOMMENDATIONS	10
STUDY AREA DESCRIPTION	11
PREVIOUS STUDIES			15
SURVEY DESCRIPTION & METHODOLOGY 		17
DISCUSSION OF RESULTS 		22
GRAPHICS	41
APPENDICES
A.	COMPLIANCE MONITORING REPORTS
B.	QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
C.	BIOLOGICAL DATA
D.	1971 WATER QUALITY DATA
E.	1975 SURVEY DATA
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LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE NUMBERS
TITLE
PAGE NUMBER
1
2
PAYETTE WEISER
PAYETTE RIVER LOCATION MAP
WEISER RIVER LOCATION MAP
12
14
PAYETTE WEISER
3-4
29-30
FLOWS
42
68
5-6
31-32
TEMPERATURE/DISSOLVED OXYGEN/pH
44
70
7-S
51
DIURNAL DISSOLVED OXYGEN
46
90
9-10
33-34
BOD/TOC
48
72
11-12
35-36
T. PHOSPHOROUS/NO2+NO3/NH3
50
74
13-14
37-38
NO2+NO3 LOADINGS
52
76
15-16
39-40
T. PHOSPHOROUS LOADINGS
54
78
17-10
41-42
NH3 LOADINGS
56
SO
19-20
43-44
TOTAL & SUSPENDED SOLIDS/
58
82
CONDUCTIVITY/TURBIDITY
21-22 45-46 SUSPENDED SOLIDS LOADINGS	60	84
23-24 47-48 BACTERIOLOGICAL	62	86
25-26 49-50 FECAL COLIFORM TO FECAL STRIP RATIO	64	88
27	52	MACROINVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY INDEX	66	91
28	53	MACROINVERTEBRATE COUNT	67	92
LIST OF TABLES
TABLE NUMBERS
PAYETTE WEISER
1
3-4
2
6-7
8
TITLE
SAMPLING STATIONS
AVERAGE STREAM & POINT SOURCE
LOADING CONTRIBUTIONS
BACTERIOLOGICAL DATA
PAGE NUMBER
PAYETTE WEISER
18
25
30
20
34
38
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INTRODUCTION
In 1975, cooperative Idaho Department of Health and Welfare/Environ-
mental Protection Agency intensive water quality surveys were conducted
on the Weiser and Payette Rivers located in the Middle Snake River Basin
in Idaho during the summer irrigation season and higher flow non-irrigation
winter period to determine the effect of irrigation activities and point
source discharges upon water quality. The survey consisted of monitoring
stream water quality, sources relating to municipal, industrial and agri-
cultural activities, and biological populations at pre-determined locations
within each river sys.tem,
PURPOSE
The cooperative water quality surveys conducted in the Payette and
Weiser Rivers during August and December 1975 were designed to provide
information needed to:
-	assess ambient water quality of the mainstream Payette and VJeiser
Rivers
-	assess water quality of irrigation return flows
-	determine the effect of irrigation return flows on instream water
quality
-	determine the effect of point sources on water quality
-	determine the NPDES compliance status of point sources located
within these study areas
-	improve the data base during the irrigation and non-irrigation
seasons for support of current water quality modeling efforts
underway by the IDHW-DOE
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- determine the ambient water quality status with respect to state
water quality standards
FINDINGS
PAYETTE
1.	Significant levels of Dissolved Oxygen supersaturation were
observed in the lower Payette River during the August survey.
2.	Sixteen percent (16%) of the Nitrite plus Nitrate (NO2 + NO3)
and 13% of the total phosphorus contribution to the Payette
during August is attributable to the B Lateral drain.
3.	Water quality standards for total and fecal coliforms were
violated in the lower 25 miles of the Payette River during the
August survey. These standards were also exceeded during the
December survey or non-irrigation period to a lesser degree.
4.	Total and fecal coliform levels in the drains and tributaries
were observed to be considerably higher than at the mainstem
stations during both surveys.
5.	Pesticide concentrations did not exceed the Water Quality Crite-
ria recommended levels at any time during the August or December
surveys.
6.	The compliance monitoring evaluation for the city of New Plymouth
indicated that suspended solids and pH limitations were exceeded.
WEISER
1. During the irrigation season, nutrients, solids, total organic
carbon, conductivity, and turbidity levels increase dramatically
below the confluence of Crane Creek.
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2.	Crane Creek was responsible for 84% of the suspended solids, 56%
of the ammonia (NH3 - N), 82% of the Nitrite and Nitrate (N0 +
NO3 - N), and 79% of the total phosphorus contribution to the
Weiser River over the entire 100 mile reach under study during
the August survey. During the December survey, however, Crane
Creek exhibited very little impact on the Weiser River water
quality.
3.	The compliance monitoring evaluation for Cambridge showed that
the city was operating within their permit limitations during
the survey.
4.	Water quality standards for total and fecal coliforms were
exceeded during both surveys at many mainstem Weiser River
sampling stations. During August, approximately 20 miles of
the upper and 40 miles of the lower Weiser River violated the
fecal coliform standard. During December, nearly all of the
river was in violation of the standard (Figures 47 and 48).
5.	Total coliform standards were exceeded in the upper and lower
portions of the Weiser (about 60 miles affected) during August
and generally in the lower 50 miles during December.
6.	Total and fecal coliform densities of the drains and tributaries
were generally higher than concentrations found in the mainstem.
CONCLUSIONS
PAYETTE
1. During the irrigation season, nutrients, solids, conductivity,
turbidity, and bacterial levels increase substantially in the
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Payette River from Black Canyon Dam to the mouth, largely as
the result of irrigation activities.
2.	Increased algal activity in the lower Payette River during
August is largely responsible for the observed high supersatu-
ration levels and substantial diurnal dissolved oxygen variations.
3.	Fecal Coliform to Fecal Strep ratios indicate that bacterial
pollution is due primarily to animal sources. At some locations,
however, high FC/FS ratios definitely indicate the presence of
human sources of bacteria.
4.	The macroinvertebrate diversity index determined for the Payette
River indicates that water quality gets poorer in the lower
reaches supporting a larger population of pollution tolerant
organisms.
WEISER
1.	Waste loadings and resultant water quality effects are due almost
entirely from irrigation return flows and livestock activities.
2.	FC/FS ratios were indicative of bacterial contributions primarily
from animal sources. In the vicinity of Tamarack and Cambridge,
however, ratios indicate possible human bacteria sources. At
some tributary locations, ratios also indicated the possibility
of human waste contamination.
3.	Pesticide concentrations were very low throughout the study area.
No values exceeded recommended limits.
4.	The biological diversity index shows a slight decline in the upper
60 miles of river, indicating some water quality deterioration over
this reach. Data is not available for the lower reaches of the
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river. At Tamarack, the biological community is dominated by
Hydropsychidae and Ephemeroptera, members of the pollution
sensitive group. The overall community structure suggests a
relatively clean environment. Above Midvale, however, organisms
of the pollution tolerant group are dominant suggesting moderate
to heavy water quality degradation.
RECOMMENDATIONS
1.	Additional biological monitoring efforts should be focused on the
lower reaches of the Payette and Weiser Rivers during the non-irri-
gation season.
2.	In order to better define the bacterial sources and impacts, addi-
tional bacteriological investigations should be conducted in the
upper Weiser River in the vicinity of Tamarack.
3.	Because of the large impact on Weiser River water quality due to
Crane Creek, the sources of nutrients and solids should be investi-
gated in the Crane Creek drainage to determine if these impacts can
be minimized in some way.
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STUDY AREA DESCRIPTION
PAYETTE
The portion of the Payette River involved in the intensive water
quality surveys during August and December 1975 extended from just
below Black Canyon Dam (RM 38.4) to its mouth. The river reach and
surrounding drainage area (approximately 560 square miles - from
Emmett to Payette, Idaho) are shown on Figure 1.
Black Canyon Dam impounds a total of approximately 44,000 acre-
feet of storage with 1,100 acre-feet in active use. Flows below the
dam are regulated by diversion and gate operation. Based on streamflow
records for USGS Station No. 13251000, Payette River at Payette, Idaho,
the mean regulated flow is approximately 2,700 cfs and the minimum
regulated flow 1,400 cfs.
Irrigation efforts began in this area in 1863. Today, approximately
150,000 acres are under irrigation in the entire Payette River basin.
Of these, 45,000 acres, or thirty percent (30%), are located in the
Payette drainage area below Black Canyon Dam. Diversion rates are
about 6.5 acre-feet per acre with considerable reuse of return flow.
Virtually all irrigated lands in this area are supplied by the Payette
River. About 100 acres are irrigated by groundwater withdrawals.
Average annual rainfall in the Payette-Weiser vicinity is approx-
imately 11.5 inches.
Point sources in the Payette study area consist of the discharges
from the cities of Emmett, New Plymouth, Fruitland, and Payette. Al-
though there are no industrial discharges directly entering the Payette
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A SAMfilNO STATIONS (AUOVST ft OICIM()
A $AMfLINO STATIONS (AUOUIT ONIY)
O 'LOW MlASURIMINf ONIT
FIGURE I
LOWER PAYETTE RIVER, IDAHO
SAMPLING STATIONS
AUGUST/DECEMBER 1975


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River within the study area, some industrial loading is exerted on the
Payette Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).
Above Black Canyon Dam, water quality by visual observation is
far superior aesthetically to that observed in the lower basin.
Irrigation return flows significantly affect water quality and cause
noticeable increases in turbidity.
WEISER
Weiser River study area is shown on Figure 2. The drainage
area in the study reach (1,600 square miles) includes virtually all
of the Weiser River basin. There are only 40 square miles of drainage
area above the community of Tamarack, Idaho, the upper boundary of
the study area.
Lower Weiser River flows are regulated by Crane Creek Reservoir
(51,000 acre-feet capacity, nearly all of which is active) and other
smaller impoundments. Based on USGS stream flow records for the
Weiser River at Weiser, (RM 15.1) the mean regulated flow is approx-
imately 1,000 cfs and the minimum regulated flow is about 425 cfs.
Approximately 30,400 acres are presently irrigated in the Weiser
River basin. Another 100,000 acres are potentially irrigable but
additional storage is required for their development. Present
irrigation patterns consist of many narrow farmland strips along
smaller drainages. Diversions are made from these tributaries when
stream flows are available.
Water rights have been adjudicated on the Weiser River and its
tributaries. The primary water use is for irrigation.
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Average rainfall In the Weiser area is 11.3 inches. Consid-
erably more precipitation occurs in the higher elevations.
Point waste sources in the Weiser River basin include the towns
of Council (RM 66) and Cambridge (RM 46). Tamarack (RM 95), Fruit-
land (RM 76), Goodrich (RM 57), and Midvale (RM 36) do not have
collection systems and the City of Weiser discharges treated wastes
to the Snake River. Agriculture and cattle raising are the primary
land uses in the basin.
PREVIOUS STUDIES
Very few water quality oriented studies have been conducted in the
Payette or Weiser River drainage basins. Those available are cited here
along, with a brief summary of findings.
1.	Water Resources Study, Weiser Project, Weiser River Basin, DHEW,
USPHS, Region IX, Portland, Oregon, March 1963.
Although no water quality data is presented, reference to
water quality is made in the following excerpt:
"High nutrients, which contribute to algal blooms
in the lower Weiser River, the Snake River and
Brownlee Reservoir on the Snake River are asso-
ciated with the irrigation return flows."
2.	Water Investigations of Snake River and Principal Tributaries
from Walters Ferry to Weiser, Idaho, USEPA, National Field
Investigations Center - Denver (NFIC-D), Denver, Colorado
and Region X, Seattle, Washington, February 1973.
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Based upon a stream survey conducted during the period
November 4-10, 1971, the Payette River below Emmett was
found to be of good quality. Downstream from river mile
4.1, however, total coliform densities showed a significant
increase. Chemical quality in this area was relatively
good.
In summary, "The Payette River was of good quality
and did not cause violations of water quality standards in
the Snake River."
"The Weiser River at its mouth was relatively unpol-
luted. The river bottom consisted of rocks and occasional
silt deposits."
The data obtained during this survey for the Payette
and Weiser River is presented in the appendix.
3. Southwest Idaho Water Management Study, July 1975, U.S. Bureau
of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region, Boise, Idaho.
Water quality data were collected during the period
1968-1975 as a part of the USBR's investigation of
various units of the potential Garden Valley Divison.
The Payette River near the mouth was generally of high
chemical quality but bacterial densities in the lower
reaches frequently exceeded state standards. Total
coliform counts near the mouth averaged 11683/100 ml
during the irrigation season in 1973 and 810/100 ml
in 1974. Noil-irrigation, season levels of TC or FC
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organisms were not as high, but averages still exceeded
standards.
- Irrigated agriculture including feedlots and other farm
operations must be considered the major factor in most
of the degradation of Payette River water quality which
occurs. "Improvement of existing conditions is possible
if more of the return flows with their higher concentra-
tion of potentially detrimental material are pumped into
existing canals and reused for irrigation instead of
being allowed to return directly to the river."
SURVEY DESCRIPTION AND METHODOLOGY
Intensive water quality surveys of the Payette and Weiser Rivers were
conducted during both the irrigation and non-irrigation seasons (August
and December 1975).
Sampling stations established for both the August and December surveys
are presented on Tables 1 and 2 and Figures 1 and 2. All significant irri-
gation return flows and diversions were sampled along with selected main-
stem river stations.
Compliance monitoring inspections of the significant point sources
within both basins were performed by the Idaho Department of Health and
Welfare (IDHW), Division of the Environment, during the August survey.
The reports associated with these inspections are included in the Appendix.
Flow determinations for returns, diversions, and many main-stem sta-
tions were made by direct gaging procedures during both surveys. Where
available (Figures 1 and 2), USGS gages were read and flows then determined
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TABLE 1
Page 1
PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
SAMPLING STATIONS
ANALYSIS PERFORMED
STA.	AVG. 				
STORET NO. STATION	R.M. SAMPLED	FLOW* FIELD NUTRIENTS BACTERIA SOLIDS CHtOR-A PESTICIDES BOD



8/75
12/75
8/75
12/75
8/75
12/75
8/75
12/75
8/75
12/75
8/75
12/75 8/75
12/75 8/75
12/75 8/75
153681
Payette R bl Black Canyon Dam 38.4
X
X
2121
2675
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X

Last Chance Canal
37.2


112
0










153682
Frozen Dog Drain
35.0
X
X
9
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X

Farmers Co-op Canal
34.2


439
0










1S3683
Payette R. SEnnett (Hwy 52)
33.3
X
X
1450
2675
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X X
133756
Eninett STP
31.3
X
X
9
2


X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Enterprise Canal
30.5


77
0










153584
Haw Creek
30.3
X
X
18
5
&
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X

Sevenmile Slough
29.4


519
82










153687
Bissel Creek
25.2
X
X
4
3
X
X
X
X

X
X
X


153685
Tunnel No. 7
25.1
X
X
31
10
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X


1536S6
Payette R. @ Letha Bridge
25.0
X
X
1009
2958
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X
153732
Orain 0 West Hanna Road
22.4
X



X
X
X

X

X



153733
Hanna Drain
21.3
X
X
21
20
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
153734
Drain-N. Side Payette R.
21.0
X

1

X
X
X

X

X



153735
Sand Hollow 3 MI NW of Letha
20.6
X

10

X
X
X

X

X



153683
Sevenmile Slough
20.0
X
X
156
159
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X



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STORE! NO.
STATIQH
R.H.
STA.
SAKPLEO
8/75 12/75
153633
Farr-ers Co-op kasteway
19.4
X
X
153736
Drain E. Side Payette S.
18.5
X

153690
Pdyette R. 8 Falk 3r'dge
Slough- to Big Willow Creek
13.0
16.4
X
X
153691
B Lateral
16.0
X
X
1S369Z
Drain nr Hamilton Corner
15.7
X
X
153706
Drain- S.side Payette R.
15.3
X
X
153693
Payette R. nr ,\ew Plymouth
Hwy 52
14.1
X
X
153739
Drain- S.Side Payette R.
13.41
X

153740
Orain- S.Side Payette R.
13.4
X

153694
Payette R. C-Willow Cr. Rd. Br. 12.8
X
X
153695
Cemetery Brain
12.4
X
X
153755
tleu Plymouth STP
10.9
X
X
153696
Drain- 5. Sank Palette R.
9.9
X

15374B
Drain- K.Side Payette S.
9.8
X

153697
Drain- S.Sice Payette R.
9.7
X
X
153698
Drain- S.Side Payette R.
9.6
X
X
153699
Drain- S.SIde Payette R.
9.3
X

153745
Els Mi How Cjeek.
8.4
X
X
153747
Drain- S.Side Payette R.
7.5
X
X
153700
Drain 2 11 . Fruit)and
7.3
X
X
153701
Sand Hollow nr Payette
5.4
X
X
153702
Fan&ers Ditch
Washoe Ditch
4.4
4.4
X

153703
Payette S. 6 Payette (Hwy 95] 4.1
X
X
153753
fruitland STP
3.9
X
X
153704
Payette R. S Payette (Kiwanis
Park) 2.1
X
X
1537 05
Fortynlne Slough at Kiwanls
Park
2.0
X
X
153752
Payette STP
1.0
X
X
153741
Payette R. 100 ft blw
Payette STP
1.0
X
X
TABLE 1 (cont)
PRt 2
ANALYSIS PtftFORXED
AVG.
FLOW FIELD taiTUTfNTS iiACTtRIA SOLIDS CHLOR-A PESTICIDES 603
3/75 12/75 0/75 12/75 3/75 32/75 S/75 12/75 8/75 32/75 S/75 12/75 B/75 12/75 8/75 12/75
82xxxxxxxx	xxxx
7	. xxx	x	x	xxxx
1210 3150 xx kk	xx	xx xx xx xx
257
119 38 x x x x	x x	x x	xx xx
<0 15 xx xx	xx	xx x
93xx xx	x	xx
1315 3 580 xxxxxxxx	x
3	xxx	X	x
17 xxx X x
1297 3530 xx xx xx xx xxxx	x x
40 28 xx xx	x xx
1.2 .2 xxxxxxxx	x	xx
4	x x x	x
xxx x x
17	3	x x x x	x
8	0.5	x x x x	xx
10	x x x x
113	339	x x x x x x x	x x	x
59	3*	xx xx xx x
35	3	x x x x	xx
S0	3xxxxxxx	xxxx
23	0	x x x	x	x	x
45	0
1533	2375	xx xxxxxx	x	x
0.2 0.1	xxxxxxxx	x	xx
1510 2875 xx xx xx xxxx xxxx
2S5xxxx xxxx	x	xx
3 2 x	xxxxx	xx	xx
x x

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STORET NO.
static;;
R.M.
STA.
SAMPLED
B/75 12/75
153718
Weiser R. & Tanaraci^ Hwy 95 55.6
X

153719
k'eistr R. 3 USGS Gauge #2515 94.5
X
X

Diversion- East Side
78.8



diversion- East Side
77.4


153720
Weiser R. & Fruitva^e
76.9
X
X
153721
W. Fork Weiser R.&Co. Rd. Br.76.2
X
X
153722
Reiser R. Q Council
6S.8
X
X
153723
Hornet Creek 9 Council
63-6
X
X
153749
Council STP
66.0
X
X
153724
K.F. Kelser @ HWV 95 Bridge
63.2
X
X
153725
Weiser R. @ Goodrich
57.2
X
X
153726
Weiser R. & USGS Gauge #2555 50.3
X
X
153785
Cambridge STP
46.0
X
X
153728
Mne Cr. nr Cambridge
45.3
X
X
153727
Little WeUer R. nr Canbridge45.0
X
X
153729
Weiser R. nr Cambridge
Diversion- East Sfcie
44.9
42.7
X
X
153707
Weiser ft. ab tfidvale
41.7
X
X
153709
Keithly Cr. nr tfldvale,
Hwy 9$
37.3
X
X
153709
Weiser R. 9 Midvale
36.4
X
X
153710
Cr&ne Creek
36.7
X
X
153711
Weiser ft, &U5GS Gaype #2660
' Sunr.yside Canal
Galloway Canal
15.1.
14.1
13.2
X
X
153712
Weiser R. ab Weiser
8.1
X
X
153713
Mann Creek
Dfversion-Korth Side
6.8
6.1
X
X
153715
Lower Payette Ditch
2.1
X

153714
Weiser R. ab Weis&r
1.9
X
X
153717
Uetser R.  Vtelser, iWy 95
0.8
X
X
153716
Hocir Creek
0.6
X
X
TABLE 2
WEISER RIVER SURVEY
SAMPLING STATIONS
analysis performed
AVG.		
FLOW	FIELD .'.UTRIEIiTS BACTERIA SOLIDS CHLCR-A "PESTICIDES EOD
8/75 12/7$ S/75 12/75 8/75 12/75 8/75 12/75 0/75 12/75 S/75 12/75 8/75 12/75 8/75 12/75
8
19
X

X

X

X

X

X
X

8
19
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X

X
7
0













10
0













7
98
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X



X
X
26
32
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X



X
X
41
250
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X




X
2
>0
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X





0,5
0.2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X




X
X
46
2>3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X


X
X
104
595
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X


X
X
X
100
55
X
X

X
X
X

X




X
0.1
0.2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X

X
X
10
13
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X


X


10
337
X
X
X
X
X
X
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using updated rating curves. At selected stations flow was considered to
remain constant during the survey period, therefore, only one flow deter-
mination by direct gaging was made.
Laboratory analyses included Biochemical Oxygen Demand, nutrients,
solids, bacteria, pesticides, chlorophyll-A, and biological (species,
diversity index). Measurements for temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen
(DO), alkalinity, and conductivity were taken in the field. The IDHW
laboratory in Boise analyzed the 5-day BOD samples for the August survey
and all solids analyses associated with the December survey. All other
laboratory analyses were performed by the EPA Region X Seattle laboratory.
All samples were collected in clean, unused polyethelene containers.
Bacteriological samples were collected in sterile, glass containers.
Samples were preserved as required according to EPA "Methods for Chemical
Analysis of Water and Wastes" and refrigerated during, shipment via air
transportation to the Seattle laboratory. EPA analytical methods were
utilized.
Attempts were made to sample all main-stem stations and most major
returns for three consecutive days during August. Some Payette River
stations could only be practicably reached by shallow draft jet boat.
Due to low water conditions and equipment malfunctions, a number of the
smaller drains were not sampled. No attempt was made to sample any of
the Weiser River stations using the jet boat. Diurnal dissolved oxygen
variations were measured in the lower Payette and Weiser Rivers during
the August survey. A Hydrolab automatic water quality analyzer was uti-
lized to obtain the continuous data and located at the Payette STP approx-
imately 100 feet downstream from the point of effluent discharge.
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The December sampling effort on both the Payette and Weiser Rivers was
limited to one station sampling visitation during the survey period due to
manpower and fiscal restrictions. Selected main-stem stations were sampled
in duplicate or triplicate to assure adequate definition of the analytical
results. Very few return drains were sampled during the December survey
since flows were either non-existent or insignificant.
The macroinvertebrate community in the Weiser and Payette Rivers was
sampled using rock-filled basket-type artificial substrate samplers. The
samplers were in place for approximately two months during the summer of
1975 to allow time for the biological community to develop. In analyzing
the macroinvertebrate community, the taxonomic orders or families were
divided into three groups according to their tolerance to pollution, fol-
lowing the grouping outlined by Beak."'' Group 1 includes the orders the
species of which are generally intolerant to water pollution. In Group 2
are the orders in which the majority of species are facultative. Group 3
includes the most pollution tolerant species. Conclusions were drawn
from the relative abundance of each group in the community.
DISCUSSION OF RESULTS
PAYETTE SURVEY
Streamflows during August (Figure 3) were relatively low. For
the Payette River at Payette (USGS Gage No. 13251000) flows averaged
1713 cfs or about 20% higher than the historical modified mean dis-
charge (1929-1958) for August.
^ Beak, T.W. "A Biotic Index of Polluted Streams and its Relationship to
Fisheries" August 1964.
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Canals were flowing full and return flows were entering the
Payette in its lower reaches. Seven Mile Slough, B Lateral, Drain
RM 15.3, Cemetary Drain, Big Willow Creek, and Sand Hollow contri-
buted 30% of the total Payette River flow observed at Payette (RM 4.1).
Flows decreased 15% from Black Canyon Dam (avg. 2121 cfs) to Payette
(avg. 1713 cfs) due to irrigation diversions.
December flows (Figure 4) averaged 2875 cfs at Payette or 107.
greater than the historical modified mean December discharge (1928
1958) of 1618 cfs. Canals were shut off and most returns were either
not flowing or had substantially reduced flow.
Figures 5 and 6 present Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen (DO) and
pH data for the August and December surveys. Temperatures gradually
increase over the reach and generally reflect the climatic conditions
experienced during each survey. Dissolved oxygen levels increase in
the lower river during August, reflecting the effect of increased
algal activity. This is dramatically supported by the percent satu-
ration curve also shown on Figure 5. In the lower 15 miles of river,
DO percent saturation levels increased to 135%. During December DO
concentrations were within 15 percent of saturation values (Figure 6)
in the entire reach but did show some reduction in the lower portion
of the river. The pH determinations made during both surveys were
well within state water quality standards. Figures 7 and 8 show the
24 hour diurnal DO variations observed on the lower Payette River.
A definite sag of more than 4 mg/1 in DO is noted in the August data
with the low values dipping below the Idaho DO standard line of 6 mg/1
for about a two hour period. This reduction may be the result of the
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near proximity to the STP discharge combined with algal respiration.
The high percent saturation levels (Figure 5) in the lower river
would indicate that algal respiration is the primary cause of the
reduction in DO during the evening hours. No discernable diurnal
variation was observed during the December survey.
BOD5 and BOD20 (Figures 9 and 10) concentrations are generally
low throughout the study reach. BOD5 concentrations were essentially
the same during both the August and December surveys, again suggesting
that algal respiration and not the Payette STP discharge is the
primary cause of the observed DO depression. BOD20 concentrations
also show general agreement. In the lower reaches during December,
BOD20 concentrations increase, reflecting the effect of organic
loading to the river from the towns of Emmett, New Plymouth, Fruit-
land, and Payette (Figure 10).
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) concentrations (Figure 9) increase
over the study reach reflecting the increase in algal activity.
Nutrient concentrations and loadings are presented on Figures 11
through 18. The primary contributors of Nutrients and Suspended Solids
(SS) to the Payette River are presented in Tables 3 and 4. During both
August and December, Nitrite plus Nitrate (NO2 + NO3) concentrations
as well as conductivity levels (Figure 19), show significant increases
in the lower 20 miles of river indicating some evidence of runoff
from fields through groundwater. Concentrations were generally higher
during the December survey. Total phosphorus concentrations also
increase significantly in the lower river during both surveys. Total
phosphorus concentrations during December are generally lower than
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Table 3
LOWER PAYETTE RIVES.
AVERAGE STREAM ANT) POINT SOURCE LOADINGS
AUGUST 4-8, 1975
StOREI
NO
MAISST5M STATIONS
DRAIN'S/DIVERSIONS/
MUNICIPAL SOURCES
153631 Payette S, Slv Black Canyon Dan Ab Esoecc
*	Liec Chance Canal
153622 Frozen Dog Drain
*	Fartaers Coop Canal
153683 Payette &. Q Ecaett
153756	EnrageC ST?
*	Ducrprit
Cn
*	Slough co Big Willow Creek
153691	B Lateral
153692	Drain N'r Hamilton Co?mr
153706	Drain-South Side
153693 Payatte JL JJr Saw Plysouti"., w7 52
* Johnson Ditch
153739	Drain-South Side
153740	Drain-South Side
*53694 py#t *. 8 VUlow Cr- Rd. sr.
153655
153755
153656
153657
153698
153699
J53745
153747
153700
153701
153702
*
Otaecery Drain
New Ply-outh STP
Drain-South Side
priin-South Side
Drain-South Sida
Drain-South Side
Big Willow Creek
Drain-South Sida
Dr*i^-South Slip
Sand Holloy
Parser# Pitch
Washoe Ditch
1537Q3 ?y*te* R. $ Payette (Kwy 95>
153753	PruitUnd STP
153704 Pyttt R-  Payette (fcivanis Park)
153705	Fortyniqe Slough
153753	Payette STP

SUSPENDED SOLIDS
SH3-N
K02+N03-:;
TOTAL 2
>HCS?HC?v,"<
Rivsa

2 TOTAL

2 TOTAL

2 TOTAL

: total
KILE
g/DAY
INPUT
tf/DAY
IN*PUT
#/DAY
' INPUT
#/5AY
INPUT
38.4
64,500

215

<108

260

37.2
(->3,650
(->1-5
(->10
(->3.3
(->6
	
(->15
(->1.7
35.0
745

2
	
50
2.5
13
1.5
34.2
(-011,850
(->4.8
(->31
(->10.2
(->24
(->1.2
(->64
(->7.3
33,3
39,150

85

85

230

31.3
860
	
10
3.3
16
	
29
3. 3
30.5
(->2, WO
W1.2
(-)5
(->1.7
(-)6
	
(-)U
(->1.6
30.3
6,125
2.5
3
1.0
10

20
2.3
29.4
(->19,600
(>8.0
(->36
(->11.9
(-)42
(-)2.1
(->92
(->10.5
25.2
5,560
2.3
1

14
	
10
1.1
25.1
3,015
1*2
3
1.0
17
	
18
2.0
25.0
54,500

54

109

207

21.3
26,875
10.9
2
.
57
2.S
35
4.0
21.0
790
	
1

3

K
>i
20.6
3,730
1.5
2

15
	
10
1.1
20.0
7,600
3.1
8
2.6
8
	
46
5.2
19.4
315
	
1
	
S

5

18.9
26,075
10.9
2
	
22
1.1
24
2.7
18.0
65,350

65

196

365

16.4
(->15,500
t-;6.3
(-) 16
(->5.3
(->45
(->2.2
(-> 65
(->9.7
16.0
18,570
7.6
13
4;3
320
15.9
115
13.1
15.7
10,420
4.2
9
3-0
195
9.7
4S
5.1
15.3
845
1"
1
_
19

9
l.Q
14-1
73,700

57

570

490

13-7
i-)2f9QQ
t-H-2
(->3
(-31.0
<-)21
(->1.0
<->18
->2.0
13.41
200

1

3

4

13,4
9,525
3,9
2

73
3.6
24
2-7
12,8
98fQ5Q

113

700

610

12.4
12,065
4.9
7
2.3
172
8.6
40
4.5
1Q.9
160

1
	
a
K
7

0.9
1.145

I
	
56
2.8
7
.
9.;
8,915
3-6
2
	
130
6.5
30
3.4
e.&
1,095

3
1.0
52
2.6
14
1.6
8.3
8,800
3.6
2

76
3.8
22
2.5
8.4
12,815
5.2
12
4,0
24
1.2
73
3.3
7.5
46,830
19.1
26
8.6
290
14.4
S3
6.1
7,3
17,000
6,9
62
20,5
170
8.5
50
5.7
5?4
8,820
3,6
8
2-6
160
8.0
45
5.1
4,4
2,845
1,2
4
1,1
12

12
1-4
4.4
<->3,650
(->1,5
M6
(*)2.Q
(-W
(->2,4
(-)24
(->2-7
4*1
124,200

250

1,490

800

3,9
30

1

N
H
3

2,3
122,300

325

1,300

775

2,0
1,535

3
1.0
29
1.4
17
1.9
1.0
1,460

110
36,3
V
N
75
P. 5
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Plow ffcasureaent only; Leading* baaed upoa concentration found *t noareet conparabl MlMtes  tat ion.
Lesa than 1Z or li/Day,
So data Available,

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.able- 4
N3
On
STQF.ET
153681
MAINS / D ivinsioss /
AMXSTSM STATIONS	MUNICIPAL SOURCES
Payette 2. Blw Black Canyon Sac Ab Inmate
*	Last Chance Canal
153662 Frozen Dog Drain
*	Farcers Coop Canal
153683 Payette &. 8 Euactt ,
153756	Eaaett STP
*	Enterprise Caaal
153684	Hiw Creak
*	vonnlle Slough
153587	Bissel Creek
153685	Tunnel Ho. 7
15 3686 Payesre &. 6 Lath* Bridge
152733	Oanna Drain
153731.	Drain-ivorch. Side
153735	Sand Hollow (KW of Lath*}
153636	Sevensnile Slough
15 3663	Faracrs Coo? Waateway
153736	Drain-East Side
153690 ?aycte k $ calk Bridge
153693 Payette . Sr Sew Plymouth, Svy 52
* Johnson Ditch
153739	Drain-South Sido
153740	Drain-South Side
LOWER PAYETTE RIVER
, STREAK AI.'D POINT SOURCE LOADISCS1
DECEMBER 2-4, 1975
SUSPENDED SOLIDS
Slough co Big Willow Cxeek
153691 9 Lateral
152652 Drain Hr Haailtoa Corner
153706 Drain-South Side
RIVER
HILE
38.4
37.2
35.0
34.2
33.3
31.3
30.5
30.3
29.4
25.2
25.1
25:0
21.3
21.0
20 ,6
20.0
15.4
18.9
18.0
16.4
16.0
15.7
15.3
14.1
13.7
13.42
13.4
: TOTAL
*/DAY INPUT
49,700
102
24,900
337
1.100
S6.
1,350
79,SCO
3,350
204,130
5,350
1.620
65
193,300
1.6
5.2
6,000 28.3
65 	
25.2
7.6
KK3-K
2 TOTAL
g/DAY _IN?'JT
750
5.9 4.1
640
3.2 2.2
<5
<3.5
340
2.1 1.5
190
N'02+K33->:
Z TOTA
V2AY INPUT
2,700
670
23 1.4
1,000
40 2.4
29 1.7
1,600
240 14.3
100 6.0
2,040
175 10.4
155 9.2
TOTAL PSO
/lay i:c?it
335
275
1.2 	
6		
4		
5	1.2
465
33	5.5
32	4.6
560
37
12
1.6
640
5.3
1.7
153694 Payette R. 6 Willow Cr. ltd. Br.
153G95
153755
15 3SOr,
15 J 7.- 7
153692
153693
153745
*153747
153700
153701
153702
Cc&etery Drain
Kew Plymouth ST?
Drain-South Side
Druin-SoutU SIdj
Drain-South Side
Drain-South Side
Din Willow Creek
Drain-Souch Sida
Drain-South Side
Sand Hollow
Purser* Ditch
HaUoe Ditch
153703
Pa/ecu 5.. @ Payette 
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August except at the lower two sampling stations. Big Willow Creek
is seen to contribute a substantial Total phosphorus load (Figure 16)
during December and probably is responsible for much of the observed
concentration increases. Marked differences were observed in ammonia
concentrations. For August, concentrations increase from about 0.015
mg/1 below Black Canyon Dam to about 0.040 mg/1 near the mouth. During
December, however, levels decrease from about 0.06 mg/1 to less than
0.01 mg/1 at the mouth. The August increase may be due to the buildup
of ammonia contributions from the numerous returns and drains in the
lower reaches more rapidly than the utilization rate. Conversely,
the significant decline may be due to the utilization of available
ammonia combined with greatly reduced ammonia inputs to the river.
Calculated loadings (#/day) of NO2 + NO3 (Figures 13 and 14)
increase substantially in the lower river during August due to the
contributions of the numerous return drains. Loadings also show
substantial increases during the December survey and are considerably
greater throughout the study reach. This is due to the higher
streamflow conditions encountered which were scouring sediments and
nutrients from the bedload. The primary sources of NO2 + NO3 are
shown on Figures 13 and 14, and in Tables 3 and 4. As noted on
Table 3, the primary sources of NO2 + NO3 during the August survey
are the B Lateral drain (15.9%) and a drain at RM 7.5 (14.4%).
These two sources accounted for 30% of the total Nitrogen input to
the river in the study reach. During the December survey, however
(Table 4), these same two drains only accounted for 13% of the total
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input. Major input during December shifted to Hanna Drain (14.3%),
B Lateral (10.4%), Cemetary Drain (19.9%), and Big Willow Creek
(17.3%).
Total phosphorus loadings (Figures 15 and 16) increase signifi-
cantly during both the irrigation season and the higher flow winter
survey. The B Lateral drain is the highest contributor during the
August survey (13%). During December, however, Big Willow Creek
accounted for 71% of the total phosphorus input.
Ammonia loadings observed during August (Figure 17) closely fol-
low the concentration curve (Figure 11). After an initial reduction
in NH^ load just below Black Canyon Dam, probably due to more rapid
oxidation rates in this upper reach, loadings again increase in the
lower fifteen miles where the primary sources of NH3 enter the river.
Almost 30% of the total NH3 loading to the river is contributed by
two drains at RM 7.5 and KM 7.3. December loadings (Figure 18)
generally follow the concentration curve (Figure 12) and show a
marked reduction in NH3 load over the reach. Big Willow Creek is
the prime contributor of NH3 load during December (12.5%).
Suspended Solids (SS) concentrations (Figures 19 and 20) increased
from 5 mg/1 below Black Canyon Dam to about 15 mg/1 at Payette in
August at the same time that river flows (Figure 3) decreased in the
study reach. This indicates that irrigation returns and drains were
primarily responsible for the increase in the suspended solids concen-
trations. During December, concentrations increased to more than 125
mg/1 at Payette due to greater scouring from the increased stream
flows. Significant suspended solids loading contributions are clearly
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seen in Figures 21 and 22. Total Solids, Turbidity, and Conductivity
(Figures 19 and 20) increase over the same reach for both surveys.
This is also supportive of non-point source contributions, particu-
larly during the August period, and of scouring from increased stream-
flows during December.
Bacterial levels (Figures 23 and 24) were observed to increase
during both surveys. Total Coliform (TC) and Fecal Coliform (FC)
water quality standards were exceeded during August for all samples
analyzed in the lower 25 miles of the Payette. This was also generally
the case during the December survey except for two stations in the
lower 15 miles. Total Coliform concentrations generally exceeded
standards in the lower 25 miles while Fecal Coliforms concentrations
exceeded standards in the lower 15 miles. The towns of New Plymouth,
Fruitland, and Payette discharge treated domestic effluent in this
reach and are believed to be a significant factor in these increased
bacterial concentrations. Bacteriological data are also presented
on Table 5.
Figures 25 and 26 show the relationship of fecal coliform to
fecal streptococci bacteria. Large fecal strep densities represent
bacteria from agricultural sources and low fecal strep densities
associated with higher fecal coliform densities represent evidence
of domestic sources of bacteria. A FC/FS ratio of 2.0 or greater
suggests a predominance of human wastes in mixed pollution while a
ratio of 0.7 or less strongly suggests animal sources of bacteria.
A ratio between 1.0 and 2.0 indicates an uncertain bacteria source.
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TABLE 5
PAYETTE BACTERIOLOGICAL DATA
GEOMETRIC MEAHS
	 AUGUST			DECEMBER
STATION

RIVER
TOTAL
FECAL
FECAL
TOTAL
FECAL
FECAL
NO
STATION HAME
MILE
COLIFORM
C0LIF0RM
STREP
C0LIF0RM
couform
STREP
153681
Payette R bl Black Canyon Dam
38.4
20
7
10
40
25
60
153632 '
Frozen Dog Drain
35.0
2150
130
1050
550
15
700
153683
Payette R Q Emnett
33.3
120
22
35
110
<10
18
153756
Enroett STP
31.3
490
100
75
60
<10
40
153684
Haw Creek
30.3
5000
1850
3000
290
30
1600
153687
Blssel Creek
25.2



68
36
350
153635
Tunnel No. 7
25.1
1440
560
1150
1000
390
210
153686
Payette R @ Letha Br
25.0
280
65
340
2 B0
48
62
153732
Drain @ W Hanna Rd
22.4
4400
1300
1600



153733
Hanna Drain
21.3
5100
1400
2500
1700
1100
11000
153734
Drain
21.0
1100
270
860



153735
Sand Hollow
20.6
2300
470
1700
<10
<10
60
153688
Sevenmile Slough.
20.0
425
240
300
320
320
210
153689
Farcers CO-OP Wasteway
19.4
2300
360
1000
90
6
110
153736
Drain
18.4
4400
3500




153690
Payette R @ Falk Br
18.0
400
140
550
460
26
74
153691
B Lateral
16.0
1700
440
725
650
510
400
153692
Drain - Hamilton Corner
15.7
340
98
370
200
70
110
153706
Drain
15.3



220
220
220
153693
Payette R Nr Hew Plymouth
14.1
500
180
640
72
66
170
153739
Drain
13.42
3600
1900
2700



153740
Drain
13.4
4900
2400
3700



153694
Payette R @ Willow Cr Rd Br
12.8
320
170
700
70
48
120
153695
Cenetary Drain
12.4



220
98
160
153755
New Plymouth STP
10.9
170
120
150
<10
<10
60
153748
Drain
9.8
4000
2300
6900



153698
Drain
9.6



1500
330
4600
153745
Big Willow Creek
8.4
640
260
580
560
390
760
153747
Drain
7.5
3800
1300
3200
4800
2500
7000
153700
Drain
7.3



170
130
1400
15 3 701
Sand Hollow
5.4
2500
700
4000
530
150
180
153702
Farmers Ditch
4.4
1100
400
2050



153703
Payette R @ Payette
4.1
360
240
S50
4200
130
710
153753
Fruitland STP
3.9
73
30
60
10000
1700
520
153704
Payette R @ Payette (Kiuanis Pk)
2.1
550
160
650
7300
300
520
153705
Fortynine Slough
2.0
2945
575
2525
14200
'.850
1400
153752
Payette STP
1.0
115
50
150
610
25
130
August 57, 1975 and Deceaber 2-4, 1975

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However, this does not mean that bacteria from domestic waste is
not present, only that there is a predominance of animal waste.
The FC/FS ratios of 0.3 determined during August for the entire
Payette River reach strongly indicates a livestock oriented source
of bacteria. This is also the case during the December survey where
mainstem FC/FS ratios are also very low. It may be noted, however,
that a few of the drains or returns to the Payette in the lower area
show ratios of 4 and 8 which strongly suggest the entry of human
wastes into these drains by direct discharge or septic tank drainage.
WEISER SURVEY
Streamflows encountered during the surveys are shown on Figures
29 and 30. Flows measured at the USGS Gage (Station No. 13266000),
Weiser River at Weiser (RM 15.1), averaged 287 cfs during the August
survey period. The 30 year mean August flow (1928-1958) for this
station is 203 cfs. During December, flows averaged 990 cfs at this
location or 70% greater than the 1928-1958 December mean discharge
of 581 cfs.
During the August survey, canals were flowing full and irrigation
returns were discharging to the river. Crane Creek, the major tribu-
tary in the lower Weiser basin, contributed nearly 70% of the total
flow as measured at the USGS Gage No. 13266000 at River Mile 15.1. At
the same time, the Galloway and Sunnyside canals were diverting nearly
90% of the total Weiser flow below Crane Creek.
Temperature, pH, and Dissolved Oxygen concentrations are shown in
Figures 31 and 32. Temperatures increase gradually over most of the
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upper Weiser River during August. Below Crane Creek, however, tem-
peratures are considerably reduced due to cold water being discharged
from Crane Creek reservoir. In August, a reduction in dissolved
oxygen is observed between the uppermost station (RM 95), located
just above Tamarack and the Evergreen Forest Products log pond, and
the next station downstream, located at USGS Gage No. 13251500 (0.5
miles downstream from Tamarack). The reduction may be caused by
organic loading in this area from the log pond and/or possible septic
tank drainages. Dissolved oxygen saturation is observed to gradually
increase to the Midvale area where levels reach 135 percent satura-
tion. This is somewhat indicative of increasing algal activity
although additional factors such as increasing water temperatures
and natural turbulence may also significantly contribute to the
observed high levels. Percent saturation declines below the into-
duction of Crane Creek. In the lower river, saturation levels again
increase.
DO concentrations were very close to saturation levels during
December. A reduced level in the Tamarack area may again be indica-
tive of organic loading in this area. The increase observed in the
lower river may be attributable to reaeration occurring at the
Sunnyside and Galloway canal diversion dam. Attempts were made to
obtain diurnal DO data on the lower Weiser River. Equipment malfunc-
tions, however, prevented this. The pH data presented are seen to be
well within the state water quality standards limits during both
surveys.
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August BOD concentrations (Figure 33) are relatively low through-
out the entire river. BOD^ in the vicinity of Tamarack however, is
higher than measured in other reaches and thus correlates well with
the reduced dissolved oxygen values observed here. It also supports
the possibility that organic loading is occurring in this area. Decem-
ber BOD values (Figure 34) are somewhat higher than those observed
during August. In the lower Weiser River, both BOD^ and BOD20 concen-
trations were two to three times greater than August levels. In the
absence of increased levels of discharge from domestic sources, the
observed increased BOD concentrations are believed to be the result
of the suspension of bottom sediment organics caused by higher stream-
flow conditions combined with a lower rate of decay due to the extreme
cold water temperatures.
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) concentrations (Figure 33) determined
for the August survey, correlate well with BOD values while gradually
increasing over the entire study reach. The concentration increase
is also indicative of increased algal populations in the lower river.
Nutrient concentrations and loadings are presented in Figures
35 thru 42 and Tables 6 and 7. During August, significant increases
in all nutrients are clearly evident below the confluence of Crane
Creek. The great impact that Crane Creek has on the water quality
of the Weiser River may be seen from the loading graphs - Figures
37, 39, and 41. While some irrigation activity may take place along
Crane Creek, water quality is believed to be related more to soil
conditions and operation of Crane Creek reservoir.
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TABLE 6
WEISEK RIVER
AVERACE STREAM AMD POINT SOURCE LOADINGS
AUGUST 4-8, 1575
D RAIN'S / DIVERSIONS /
S'JSPHITPED SOLIDS
2 TOTAL
NH3-X
2 TOTAL
U>
NO
MAlNSTEM STATION'S
KL'NICIPAL SOURCES
MILE
l/DAY
INPUT
f/DAY
INPUT
#/DAY
153718
Ueiser R.
3 Taaarack, Evy 95

95.6
130

	

	
153719
Weiaer R.
@ USCS Gauge #2515

94.5
130






*
*
Diversion-Ease Side
Diversion-East Side
78.8
77.4
(->70
(->100
	
	
(->1.0
(->1.3
	
153720
Ueiser R.
@ Fruitvale

76.9
70

	

	


153721
W. Pork Weiser R. (5
Co. Rd. Br.
76.2
1,790
2.8
1.4
3.7
1.4
153722
Wiser R.
6 Council

68.8
1,330

2.2

2.2


153723
153749
153724
Hornet Creek @ Council
Council STP
M F. Weiser S Hwy 95 Sr.
68. 
66.0
63.2
65
220
1,490
2.3
6.8
2.5
18.0
6.6
K
2.5
153725
Ueiser ft.
0 Coodrich

57.2
2,250

11.2

5.6
153726
Ueiser R.
JSCS Cauge 255

50.3
H
K
N
X
N


153785
153728
153727
Canbridga STP
Pir. Cr. Kr Cac>ridge
Little Weiser R. Hr
Cagbridg*
46.0
45.3
45.0
8
485
325
	
1.0
1.3
2.6
N
7
153729
U*Uer ft.
Sr Casbrldge

44.9
2,680

6.7

13.4


*
Diversion-Ease Side
42.7
.(->1,510
(->2.3
(->3.3
(->10.0
(-><3.8
153707
Veis&x R.
Above Hi civile

41.7
1,190

3.0

<3.0


153708
Keichly Creek Nr Midvale
37.3
120
	
	
. 
	
153709
Ueiser R.
6 Mid vale

36.4
2,720

<3.9

27


153710
Crane Cr. 15 Mi. Ab
Veiser
16.7
53,700
83.6
21
55.5
515
153711
Ueiser R.
 USGS Gauge t 2660

15.1
64,900

32

490


*
*
Sunnyside Canal
Calloway Canal
14.1
13.2
(->10,600
(->44,300
(->16.5
(-) 68.9
(->5.2
(->22
(->13.8
(->58.2
(->80
(->335
153712
Ueiser .
Ab Weiscr

8.1
10,700

14

180


153713
153715
V-tr.r. Creek Ab Weiser
Diversion-North Side
Lower* Paycte Ditch
6.8
6.1
2.1
2,180
(->1,390
2,120
3.4
(->2.2
3.3
2.1
C->1.4
5.6
(->3.7
2.1
62
(->39
2.3
153714
Ueiser R.
Ab Ueiser -

1.9
17,100

12

350
133717
Ueiser R.
@ Ueiser Buy 95

0.8
19,000

18

300


153716
Konroe Creek
0.6
1,770
2.8
	
2.4
39
X02+XQ3-S
2 TOTAL
INPUT
X
1.1
81.7
(-)12.7
(->53.2
9.8
(->6.2
Footnote*:
TOTAL ?HOS?r.Cr.VS
1 TOTAL
J/31Y I>r?L'T
1.5
2.8
(->1-1 	
(->1.6 	
1.1
3.9	1.0
15.0
6.S 2.2
11.7 2.9
26
N	N
2.2		
5.9 1.4
41
(->17 (->4.1
14
23
325 79.3
365
(->60 (->14.6
(-)250 (->61.0
100
25	6.1
(>lo (->3.9
14	3.4
140
125
11	2.7
* Flew Meaaureaect only: Leading* baaed upon cooceatratlon* owid ec Minit coafarable aiinttea tatioa.
1 La cban IX or 1#/Day.
21 Ko date available.

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TABLE 7
VEISEIt RIVER
AvaucE STEIAK akd poi:jt SOURCE LOADINGS-
DECaoa 2-4. 1976
1/
OJ
i-n
VLM^IST^ STATIONS
Velser 2l.  Tacarack, S*y 95
feiaer *. e uses Cause #2515
DRAi:iS/DIVZRSIOUS /
MLIIICIPAl SOUHCES
Diversion-East Side
Diversion-Ease Side
153720 Welser &  Fruirvale
153721 V. Fork Weleer *. 6
. 2d. Br.
153722 Utlser 1- @ Council
153323
1S3749
152724
153725	Velaet Z.  Goodrich
153726	Vela** . f SCS Caoge #2585
153765
153728
153727
Hornet Crack $ Council
Couacil STP
X. F. Keiaer G Hwy 95 Br.
Cambridge ST?
Pine Creek Kr Cambridge
Little tfeiaer 2.. Sr
Caa&rld$e
153729- Veictt L. Hr Caabridge
* DiverstoorLast Side
1537G7 Uei*e? 2- Above Xidvala
15370B Keithly Creak r Jildvale
15370$ Velaer JL 9 hidvale
153710
Crcae Creek 15 HI.
Above Vie*r
153711 Waiaer &. 3 CSCS Gauge 92660
153712
153714
153717
Ueiaer L Abov* tfeisex
153713
*
153715
Veiser St. Above K*.is*r
Ueler E. ? "Weieer, Sbv 92
15 3716
Sunnyside Canal
Callovay Canal
Mans Creek Above Weieer
Diversion-North Side
Lower Payette Ditci
Itosroe Creek @ Ulr
MVUL
MILE
95.6
94.5
78. a
77.4
76.9
76.2
64.5
68. 6
66.0
63.2
57.2
50.J
46.0
45.3
45.0
44.9
42.7
41.7
37.3
36.4
16.7
15.1
14.1
13.2
6.1
6.8
6.1
2.1
1.9
0.6
O.fc
susraro&p solids
: TOTAL
J/IAY
1,070
6,880
2,070
23,000
5,330
X
17,700
142,200
132,700
33
1,190
136,500
510,000
303.000
125
347,500
1,600
922.200
1,800,000
220
154,000
35,700
225
3.2
N"
10.7
32.7
1.0
WH3-S
3! TOTAL
tf/DAY IS?UT
<5.3
1.7

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Downstream from Crane Creek, total phosphorus concentrations in
the Weiser River increase 300% and N0 + NO3 concentrations increase
200%. Below Mann Creek, total phosphorus increases 25% and NO2 + NO3
increases another 75%. The significance of Crane Creek in relation
to the water quality of the Weiser River during August is also seen
on Table 6. Crane Creek contributes 84% of the suspended solids, 56%
of the ammonia, 82% of the NO2 + NO3, and 79% of the total phosphorus
loading to the Weiser River over the entire study reach. During
December nutrient levels (Figure 36) are not conclusive and cannot
be adequately explained. Flows were much greater during this December
survey and increased bottom scour may be involved. The most signifi-
cant sources of NO2 + NO3 (Figure 38 and Table 7) are the Little
Weiser River and the Middle Fork Weiser River. Crane Creek does not
exhibit the same impact on the Weiser during this December period as
was observed during the August period. During the December study,
Crane Creek flow was low at 18 cfs as compared with a flow of 180
cfs during the August survey. NO2 + NO3 loading (Figure 38) is
observed to be significantly reduced below the Midvale area during
December. Loadings observed for two lower Weiser River stations are
low. During this period, ice flows were occurring in the lower Weiser
River. The low observed results may be due to collection of non-
representative samples in this area. The low NO2 + NO3 values are
not supported by the observed loading trends for total phosphorus
(Figure 40), NH3 (Figure 42) or suspended solids (Figure 46).
Suspended solids (SS) concentrations (Figures 43 and 44) increase
more than seven times below Crane Creek during the August survey.
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During December, SS levels were generally much higher than August
levels mainly due to the greater streamflows and runoff. In the lower
Weiser, SS levels were observed at about 400 mg/1. At the two lower
stations, however, concentrations were very low. These values are
somewhat questionable due to the great amount of floating ice chunks
being carried by the river in this lower area.
Turbidity (Figure 43) increases nearly 50 times below Crane Creek
during August and then declines significantly at the three lower sta-
tions. The Galloway and Sunnyside Canals diversion dam is located
across the Weiser River approximately 3 to 4 miles downstream from
Crane Creek. The small slack water pool created by this diversion
dam appears to be the prime factor in reducing observed turbidity
levels at these stations.
Bacteriological results are presented on Table 8 and Figures 47
and 48. During August, bacterial densities increased below Tamarack.
Resort cabins and private homes are located in this area and septic
tank drainage or other discharges may be largely responsible for this
increase. Levels again increase below Cambridge most likely as a
result of the municipal lagoon discharge to the river. Crane Creek
has no apparent effect on the bacteriological quality of the Lower
Weiser River. During December, bacterial densities are generally
lower although a considerable increase is noted in the reach below
Cambridge. The Idaho Class A standards for Total and Fecal Coliforms
are seen to be exceeded at certain locations during both surveys.
During August standards are exceeded in the Tamarack vicinity and
again in the lower 30 miles of the Weiser. During December standards
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STATICS

RIVER
.,0
static:; na>e
KILE
153718
Weiser R @ Tanarack (Hvy 95)
95.6
153719
Weiser S (? L'SCS Gage #2515
94.5
153720
Ueiser R @ Fruitvale
76.9
153721
VJr Weiser R 9 Cnty Rd Br
75.2
153722
Weiser R Q Council
63.8
153723
Korr.et Cr @ Council
68.6
153749
Council STP
66.0
15 3724
MF Weiser (? Hvy 95
63.2
153725
Weiser R @ Goodrich
57.2
153726
Ueiser R @ USCS Cage 62585
50.3
153785
Car6rid;> STP
46.0
153728
Pine Cr r.r Cambridge
45.3
153727
Little Weiser R nr
45.0

Caisbridj'.e

153729
Weiser R nr Cacbridge
44.9
153707
Weiser R ab Midvale
41.7
153708
Keithly Cr nr Midvale
37.3
153709
Weieer R Q Midvale
36.4
153710
Crane Cr nr Mouth
16.7
153711
Weiser R Q L'SCS Cage t2660
15.1
153712
Ueiser R ab Weiser
8.1
153713
Mann Cr nr Weiser
6.8
153715
Lower Payette Ditch
2.1
153714
Weiser R Q Weiser (Cnty Rd)
1.9
153717
Weiser R  Weiser (Kvy 95)
0.8
153716
Monroe Cr
0.6
August 5-7, 1975 and December 2-4, 1975
(jj
00
TABLE 8
WEISER BACTERIOLOGICAL DATA
GEOMETRIC MEANS
TOTAL
CPU FORM
AUGUST
FECAL
COLIFORM
FECAL
STREP
SO
240
620
330
300
1830
330
210
60
70
1450
770
90
AO
35
190
170
210
800
165
90
23
18
45
225
60
60
20
290
250
200
525
1000
340
50
65
220
200
270
205
160
325
1D0
800
780
560
4150
3150
715
945
2200
35
25
215
90
340
260
230
2220
410
295
275
750
185
25
330
140
625
560
530
1730
3600
500
820
1200
TOTAL
COLIrORM
ESCSSER
FECAL
COLIFOSM
FECAL
STRE?
no
220
52
ISO
410
300
90
150
270
3500
370
740
2100
9400
98
840
370
20
140
1700
600
200
670
78
10
<4 '
110
66
98
64
140
190
2500
370
740
1500
310
98
730
10
190
110
890
46
58
160
110
10
54
250
92
420
SO
250
230
4700
80
3C0
2900
300
200
1100
460
300
510
360
140
100
450

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are generally exceeded in the lower 50 miles for Total Coliform and
lower 70 miles for Fecal Coliform.
The Fecal Coliform to Fecal Strep (FC/FS) ratios"'" are plotted
in Figures 49 and 50. Generally, the ratios are low for both surveys
although at certain locations, higher ratios tend to indicate evidence
of human pollution. During August a ratio of 2.1 was determined for
the Weiser River below Tamarack, again supporting the possibility of
septic tank drainage in this area. Ratios in the lower 80 miles are
relatively low with most values suggesting an animal bacterial source.
Ratios determined during the December survey also suggest an animal
source except in the vicinity below Cambridge where a human bacterial
source is indicated.
BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES
Benthic macroinvertebrate samples were collected using artificial sub-
strate of the rock-basket type. The substrates were exposed for an approx-
imately two month period at representative sites on the Weiser and Payette
Rivers. The colonized substrates were then removed and the macroinvertebrates
were scraped from the substrate into a jar containing a 70% ethanol solution.
The samples were shipped to the Regional laboratory, were sorted, counted,
and identified as to genus and where possible to species. This data was
then employed to calculate a species diversity index and indicate species
density.
The health of the benthic macroinvertebrate community of a stream
reflects the water quality status of that stream. In general, unpolluted
^ See page 29 for FC/FS explanation
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streams support a biologic community with a high species diversity, while
polluted waters support a community of low species diversity.
The composition of the macroinvertebrate community of the Payette
River indicate a healthy population, as measured by the diversity index
(Figure 27). This diversity declines slightly in the slower moving reach
of the stream near the mouth. In this reach, there is an increase in the
number of pollution tolerant organisms (see Figure 28).
Similarly the benthic fauna of the Weiser River declines moving down-
stream in species diversity (Figure 52) and number of individuals (Figure
53). The composition of the community shifts toward those organisms which
are facultative in adapting to presence of organic pollution and sediment
loading in the overlying waters.
The biological data obtained for the Weiser and Payette River stations
are presented in the appendix.
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GRAPHICS
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PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER 2-4-. 1S7S
AVERAGE BASIN FLOWS
] MAJOR INFLOWS
H
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1
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FIGURE 5
PAYETTE. RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST 4-8 1975	AVERAGE VALUES
TEMPERATURE X  DISSOLVED OXYGEN 3
PH
= D. 0. % SATURATION
	MAX pH STD.


MIN pH STD.
IDW0~*3.0. STANDARD
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FIGURE 6
Fayette river survey
DEC&MDER 2-4- 1S75	AVERAGE VALUES
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FIGURE 7
PAVETTE RIVER SURVEY
TAYE.TTE, R. 100 FT BELOW 1PAYETTE. 3TT
ALIO B-7 1873 DIURNAL D.O.
r . n
i. &
12.0- 
10.0- -
8.0--
B.0
1200 1400 1600
1800 2000 2200 0000 0200 0400 0600 0800 1000 1200
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FIGURE 8
FAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
PAVETT6 R. 100 FT DEt_QU PaVETTE STP
DEC 2  3 1S7S DIURNAL DO
r . n  i  e>
12.0--
10.0--
8.0- -
M
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~
B.0-
IDAHO D.O. STANDARD
HH	1	1	I	1	1	I	1	1	1	1	1
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DEC. 2
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A
O
B
tO n
+ -
FIGURE 9
Payette river survey
AUGUST 48 1875
0  BOD-S X  BOD-20 3 a TOT. ORG. CARBON
average values - hainstem stations connected
CO
CVi -
~T
9
t.
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2
%
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4-.BJ- -
FIGURE 10
PAYETTE. RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER 2-4- 187S
0  BOD-3	X b BOD20
AVO. VALUES	MA INST ET1 STATIONS CONNECTED
13.5
0
S
o
s
ft
o
/
u
3.0- -
a.0--
t.0- -
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FIGURE 11
PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST 46 1875 	 AVERAGE VALUES
0*NO2+NO3-N XTQTAL PHOSPHORUS BsNH3-N
ALGAL BLOOM POTENTIAL (N02+N03-N)
CD
r
z
O
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r
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RIVER MILE
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FIGURE 12
PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER 2-4- 1S75	AVERAGE VALUES
0NO2+NO3-N XTOTAL PHOSPHORUS 8NH3-N
ALGAL BLOOM POTENTIAL (K02+N03-N)
ALGAL BLOOM POTENTIAL (TOTAL PHOS.)
	X-
-X
T
8
3
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FIGURE
13
3000-
PAVETTE RIVER 9URVEY
AUGUST 4--B. 1873
ND24-ND3-N UDaDINCS
VSS5B8BS&& diversions
%+00--
U
B
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D
a
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UPON ACTUAL MEASURED CONCENTRATIONS
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RIVER MILES
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FIGURE 14
FaVETTE river SURV/EV
DECCnBCR -V. L87S
NQ2+ND3-N LOADINGS
CALCULATED MAINSTEM LOAD BASED
UPON ACTUAL MEASURED CONCENTRATIONS
XL
JP~
Jll	glL
10
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30
4-0
BTVTTR MILKS
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AUGUST V-e. 1873
TOTAL. PHOSPHORUS LOADING!
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AUGUST 4--S. LB75
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FIGURE 23
PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
10000-r-
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DECEMBER 2-4- 1873	OEOMETRIO MEANS
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PAYETTE RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER 2-4- 1873

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MACROX NVERTEORATE DIVER3ITV INDEX
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MACRO1NVERTEDRATE COUNT
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AUQU3T 4--S . 1B75
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DECEMBER 2-4-. 1873
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AUGUST +-S 1073 		AVERAGE VALUES
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WEISER RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST 4~-8 XB75
0 o BOD-S X  BQD-20 3 a TOT. ORB. CARBON
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DECEMBER 2-4- 1875
0 b BOD-3	X = BOD-20
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FIGURE 35
UEISER RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST 48 IB73 	 AVERAGE VALUES
0NO2+NO3-N X^TOTAL PHOSPHORUS 8=NH3-N
ALGAL BLOOM POTENTIAL (N02+N03-N)

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UEISER RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER 2-4- 1875	AVERAGE VALUES
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AUOU3T 4--a. LS7S
ND2 + ND3-N LOAD 1N OS
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CALCULATED MAINSTEM LOAD BASED
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REISER RIVER SURVEY
DECEMBER -4-. 107S
ND2+ND3-N LDaDXNOS
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UPON ACTUAL MEASURED CONCENTRATIONS
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AUOUST 4--S. IS7S
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DECEMBER R-*. 187S
TOTAL. PHOSPHORUS LOADINGS
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DECEMBER -+. IS7S
NH3-N LOAD INOS
CALCULATED MAINSTEM LOAD BASED
UPON ACTUAL MEASURED CONCENTRATIONS
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UEISER RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST +-8 1375 	 AVERAGE VALUES
CNDCTIVITY X  TOT. SOLIDS 3  TURB  + a SUSF. SOLIDS
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REISER RIVER SURVEY
MJQU3T 4--B. 1873
SUSPENDED SOLIDS LOADINGS
t&SSBSSSBS DIVERSIONS
CALCULATED MAINSTEM LOAD BASED
UPON ACTUAL MEASURED CONCENTRATIONS
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UEXSER RIVER SURVEY
AUGUST 4-8 1873 --- QEOtlETRIC MEANS
0-TOTAL COLIFORM X-FECAL COLIFORM 8"FECAL STREP
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APPENDIX A
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October 31, 1975
COMPLIANCE MONITORING REPORT
fr
Permlttoo:
NPOES Permit No:
Receiving Water:
ra
Date of Inspection:
nPurpose:
^3
Participants:
ft
11

Summary of Findings
Survey Procedure:
v/
11
City of fiev Plymouth
301 Plymouth Avenue
New Plymouth, Idaho Q3655
(D-002033-9
Effectlvo Date:
Expiration Data:
January 11, 1974
December 31, 1976
Payette River at Mile 11
August 7, 1975
To determine compllanca with NPOES Permit.
Jon Wroten - Idaho Dopt. of Health arid Welfare,
Division of Environment
George Varln - Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare,
Division of Envlronmant
Michael Holladay - Cl+h Engineer
Lowell Slmonson - Mayor, City of New Plymouth
The dike maintenance at this lagoon system Is lacking
and consIderablo washing has taken place. Total ncn-
fl/terabfa rosfdual and pH determinations ware outsldo
the NPDES Units.
The Inspections were conducted In a manner acceptable
to EPA;. An ISCQ automatic sampler was used to obtain
two 24-hour composite samples. Sample volume and
frequency was approximately 200 ml per hour. AH
samples were stored on Ice until pickup than trans-
ported to EPA mobile laboratory facilities stationed
at Ontario, Oregon. Flow measurement was recorded
at two locations using several methods.
t. Influent
e. Direct reading of staff gage on parshall flume,
b. The parshall flume was measured to determines
If slopes, sides, floors, etc., meet specifi-
cations for standard parshall flume.
2. Effluent
a.	Flow rate W3s determined as measured through ;
standard rectangular weir with side contracts,
b.	Flow rate was determined as volume In clrcuU:
pipe x velocity.
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A discussion was hold with Mayor SImonson and City
Engineer, Mike HoiIsday, to dotormlne If tho City of
New Plymouth was awaro of all tho provisions of tho
NPDES Permit. Theso findings are listed bo low:
Condition G.I: Tho City Is aware of this provision of
the permit and will comply If and when necossary.
Condition G.1: Tho City Is aware of this provision
including Sections A, B, and C.
Condition G.5: The City Is aware of this provision.
Condition G.4: Tha City Is awara of this provision QriC4
will comply with Sections A, B, and C.
Condition G.5: The City Is aware of this provision anci
will comply with maintenance requIrcments by rlprapp_
Ing lagoon dikes this winter <1975-76).
Condition G.6: The City Is aware of this provision
Condition G.7: Tha City Is aware of this provision.
Condition G.5: The City Is aware of this provision
and any consequences resulting from a violation of
said provision.
Condition G.9: The City Is aware of this provision
and will comply when necossary to Sections A, B,
and C.
Condition G.10: The City Is awSre of this provision
but has no industrial users on tho system.
Condition G.11: The City Is aware of this provision.
Condition S.1: The City Is aware of these provisions.
Extended until Deconber 31, \916.
Condition S.1.A: The city Is aware that at times +hQ
present discharge Is outside tho pH limits of 6 to 9^
Condition S.l.b: The city Is aware that at times thQ
discharge contains higher concentrations of suspends^
solids than that allowed by the NPOES Ponnlt. This
was substantiated by solf-monltorlng as well as
compliance survey data.
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Page 3
CondIt ton S.I .C: The City Is aware of this provision
and Is In compliance with sar.i9.
Condition S.4: The City Is aware of this provision
and has decided to try and attain zero discharge.
This provision Is not due until July 1, 1976.
Condition S.5: Section A, B, and C are being complied
with.
. -	Condition S.6: The City Is aware of these provisions
^ U	and Is In compliance with Sections A, B, and C, and
wl11 remain so.

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Condition S.7: Tho City Is aware of these provisions
and Is submitting all necessary reports at specified
time Intervals.
Condition S.3: The City Is aware of this provision
and will comply with same.
Condition S.9: The City Is aware of this provision and
will comply with sane.
Condition S.10: The City Is aware of this provision and
Is disposing of solids In an acceptable manner.
Condition S. 11: The City Is aware of this provision
and will notify all parties necessary to comply with
same. The City wilt also submit the required reports
and In general comply with all provisions contained
herein.
Cond 1 tlon S. 1 ?.: Tho City Is aware of this provision
and has had no past record of diversion or by-passing.
Field Data
Date
8-05-75
8/06/75
8/07/75
Time
11:00
11:15
11:35
Temperature C
23.5
23.4
22.0
Conductivity
500
560
650
(mlcromhos)



pH (S.U.)
8.9
8.8
8.7
D.O. (mg/L)
6.2
7.0
7.1
Turbidity (J.T.
U. )62
70
72
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Compliance Monitoring Report
Pago 4
Laboratory Data
ffl)
d


Date (24 hour composite starting)
3/05/75
0/06/75
COD (mg/L)
42
40
T. ALK Ca C03 (mg/L)
192
213
Total Residue (mg/L)
442
437
Total Vol Residue (mg/L)
110
127
Total NFLT Residue (mg/L)
154
25
Vol. NFLT Residue (mg/L)
31
17
NH3-N Total (mg/L)
0.160
0.02
N02-N Total (mg/L)
0.001
Loss than 0.001
NO3-N Total (mg/L)*
0.06
Loss than 0.01
Tot. K.N. (mg/L)
1.70
1.60
T. Phos (mg/L)
1.0
1.0
Dls. Phos (mg/L)
0.06
0.86
O-PO4 (mg/L)
0.50
0.75
BOD (mg/L)
5.5
6.6
TOC (mg/L)
17.0
16.0
Comparative Data
Compliance Evaluation
mq/L	Lbs/day*
Permit Conditions
mq/L	Lbs/day
90	412
5.5
6.6
154
25
35.5
42.6
995.3
161.5
105
481
BOD
	8/5/75
pV6/75
"-s.s.
0/5/75
8/6/75
*Flow based on a 2-day average
Conclusion
The New Plymouth treatment system Is basically doing a good Job of treating
the municipal wastewaters. Tho Cfty Ts wol 1 Informed'about' its tiPDES Permit and
In compliance with same". The City Indicated that the Inside dikes would be rip-
rapped this winter and this should help reduce the suspended solids level In the
final effluentl
TtocommenclatTon s	;
The pH condition may need to be reviewed and possibly changed.
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xu/v/jv-i uurswvt piciyi ur /ic/u.m /u ncunuui
Environmental Services Division
Boise, Idaho
N*
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New Plymouth
Date
Permit No. ID-002Q38-9
	fi-7-75	;
Location	New Plymouth
in Payette
Co.
Design: Capacity (">* ""n/n.ivl 260 lbs BOP/dav	Flow Qgd) 1.2 MHO
P.E.	410	Totnl Acres PfTT	F.m*.nrV Ms.* n W
By-Pi
ass
"No"
Total Acres_
"Monthly Reports^
yes
No
Emergency Warning H/A
"0 5 M Manual^	Mo
(2) Bar Screen
Preliminary equipment: (1) Lift Stations	^easuTement Ves
(3) Screenings Handled Mo	_
Lagoon Description (PT^TDiagram "s^a^ge 2) = Aerated	
Number and Type of Cells___		^
No
Effluent Handling: Chlorination_
, Flow Measurement Yes	, Other
(5) Other
CELLS
fl
#2
#3
#4
n
Size, Acres
10
10
2
2.5

Operating
Depth, Ft.
3
3
4
4

'vadirig
i-bs. BOD/Acre
per Day
34




PE,/Acre/Day





General
Appearance
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Dikes
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Remarks (2) 
likes are erodinq badly
H 1 s <3?
Water 1
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Remarks (3) population _ 12507 (10807)
Observations:
(4)
(1)	Circle the appropriate answer
(2)	Erosion, weathering, weeds, etc., need for repair (riprap, etc.)	gg
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COMPLIANCE MONITO&XNG CHECKLIST
NAME-OF FACILITY
New Plymouth Laaoons
c/o Citv Hall
New Plymouth, Idaho
I. TYPE OF INSPECTION (OICCE ONE Oft MORE)
" K X Annual Compliance Lvajuation
2. Periodic Inspection
II. COMPLIANCE SCHEDULE
Required Action
Date: 8-7-75
inspector: Jon Wroten
Permit No: ID-002038-9
3.	Discrepancy Inspection
4.	Other
Scheduled Date
On Schedule
Behind Schec1;;!
Ill EVALUATION OF TREATMENT FACILITY
Yes
S
1.	Operation and Maintenance
0 G H Manual Available
2.	Sludge Handling Practices 	 	
3.	Chlorination Equipraent (when applicable) S~
u X
KoT
u
IV.
FACILITY SAMPLING AS'D LABORATORY PROCEDURES
XI Sampling Locations	S	U
Sampling Procedures
2.
X
u
V. EFFLUENT CHARACTERISTICS
1, Samples Collected
		Crab	_X	
3. Effluent Appearance (check if visible)
	Oil 	Grease X Suspended Solids
Yes X
24 'hrs. Co r.posite
VI. EFFLUENT LIMITATION'S VIOLATIONS
Indicated by Self-Monitoring Data
1. Permit Condition
4.	Alternate Power Source
5.	Flov/ Measurement Device
3.	Analytical Procedures
4.	Record Keeping
Yes
S
S
S
"2. Lab Results Attached Yes
Split Analysis with Facility
Settleable Solids
Self-Honitoring Data
Other
No
U "
U
u
No
Parameter
Average
Maximum
Average
Maximum
Date
*. PH
7.5
9.0
9.7
9.7
Juiv ir
b. S.S. (mq/L)
70
105
-
138
li i
e.
d.
Indicated by Survey
2. Permit Condition
Parameter
S.S. (mq/1)
Average
70
Maximum
105
Survey Data
Daily Average
89
Daily Maximum
154

b. S.S. (mq/1)
321
481
575
1049

d.
VII. RECEIVING WATER VIOLATIONS:
Yes
(attach lab results if sample taken)
VIII. SUMMARY OF EVALUATION
In Compliance:
Items not in Compliance:
X Effluent Limitations
Compliance Schcdulo
Other 	
Yes
No
No
Unknown
Operating Conditions
Water Quality Standards
Possible Non-Compliam-e;
Follow up needed by ____
IX. RECOWUNDATIONS;
No Action
Enforcement Action
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COMPLIANCE MONITORING REPORT
Permi ttee:
NPDES Permit No:
Receiving Water:
Dates of Inspection:
Participants in Field Survey:
Participants in Meeting with City:
Facility Description:
Survey Description:
President,
Cambridge Sewer Association
P.O. Box 51
Cambridqe, Idaho 83610
TD-002180-6
March 26, 1974
December 31, 1976
Weiser River
Auqust 5, 6, and 7, 1975
William H. Clark, Idaho Department of
Health and Welfare, Division of Environment
Glen Davis, Idaho Department of Health and
Welfare, Division of Environment
James R. Hileman, Environmental Protection
Agency, Region X, Surveillance and Analysis
William H< Clark
Glen Davis
Jack Gardner, Mayor
The meeting was held on Auoust 7, 1975 in
City Hall. The permit was gone over with
the Mayor. The Mayor was well aware of the
permit and its conditions. It was suqqested
that we go over the permit with Steve Brown,
of J-U-B Engineers, Inc., the consulting
city engineer.
Stabilization Lagoon, three cells.
The major permit conditions wer discussed with
the Mayor and they were discussed in detail
with Steve Brown, J-U-B. Flow measurments
were made using the v-notch weir on the outfall
An ISCO automatic sampler (set to take a
sample every 20 minutes)was set un on the
effluent as it leaves the lagoon system. Two
24-hour composite samples were taken from
about 10:30 a.m. Auqust 5, 1975 to 9:45 a.m.
August 7, 1975. The survey on the 5th was
made with the assistance of James R. Hileman,
E.P.A. Nutrient samples were preserved with
H2SO4 and all other samples were cooled to 4C
with ice. Temperature, dissolved oxygen,
specific conductance, and pH measurements
were taken with instruments while we were
present at the lagoons. Bacterial qrab samples
were iced and set up in E.P.A.'s mobile
laboratory in Ontario, Oregon. The other sampl
were also transported to tbe mobile lab.
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Page 2
Purpose of Survey:
Summary of Findings:
To determine compliance with NPDES Permit.
The City was found to be in violation of
the permit in the following parameters:
1.	Self-monitoring data showed that the
pH limitation of 9 was exceeded on two
dates: April 15, 1975 - 9.3
May 14, 1975 - 9.2
2.	Discharge Monitoring Report E.P.A. Form
3320-1, had not be submitted to the State
of Idaho. This is now beinq done by
JUB.
3. Operation and Maintenance:
a.	Cells covered with duckweed, probably
resulting in the very low dissolved
oxygent content of the effluent.
b.	Tall weeds covered the dike area.
They had been killed, but were still
standing.
Permit Discussion
Participants in Meeting with Jr'U-B:
General Conditions:
SI. Effluent Limitations:
Jon Wroten, Idaho Department of Health and
Welfare, Division of Environment
William H. Clark, Idaho Department of Health
and Welfare, Division of Environment
Steve Brown, Consulting City Engineer, J-U-B
Engineers, Inc.
This meeting was held on August 22, 1975, at
the Region II Office, Division of Environment,
Boise, Idaho.
The general conditions were discussed and
understood by the City.
During the effective period of discharge,
March 26, 1975 through December 31, 1976,
the discharge shall be limited as follows:
(these were all understood by the City)
SI.a: The pH shall be between 6 and 9. Records showed that on
April 15, 1975 the pH was 9.3 and on May 15, 1975 the pH
was 9.2, resulting in noncompliance.
51.b: Effluent Concentrations
Eff1uent
Characteristics
Unit of
Measurement
102
Biochemical Oxygen Demand
(5-day)
Susoend#ri Solid?;
mg/1
mn/l
Daily
Average
60
70 *
Dally
Maximum
90
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November 28, 1975
Page 3
Sl.b cont: Effluent Loadings
Sl.c:
Part S2,b:
Effluent
Characteristics
Biochemical Oxygen Demand
(5-day)
Suspended Solids
Monitoring Requirements
Effluent
Characteristic
Total Flow
Biochemical Oxygen Demand
(5-day)
Suspended Solids
Fecal Coliform Bacteria
pH
Unit of
Measurement
Daily
Average
kg/day (lb/day) 15 (33)
kg/day (lb/day) 18 (38)
Unit .of
Measurement
cmd (mgd)
mg/1
Sampli ng
Frequency
Conti nuous
Monthly
mq/1	Monthly
number/100 ml Monthly
pH units	Weekly
Daily
Maximum
23 (50)
27 (58)
Type of
Sample
Recording
Grab
Grab
Grab
Grab
Part S2.a:
The City understands that the City must submit by July 1
1976, a plan of study to insure compliance with secondary
treatment requirements, including:
1.
2.
3.
4.
The proposed planning area.
An identification of the entity or entities that will
be conducting the planning.
The nature and scoDe of the proposed SteD I project,
including a schedule for the completion of specific
tasks.
An itemized description of the estimated costs for
the project.
The City understands that it must submit to the issuing
authority required reports and a written notice of compliance
or noncompliance with the above schedule date. Each notice
of noncompliance shall include the following information:
1.
2,
A short description of the noncompliance.
A description of any actions taken or proposed by the
permittee to comply with the elapsed schedule reauire-
ment without further delay.
A description of any factors which tend to explain or
mitigate the noncompliance.
An estimate of the date permittee will comply with the
elapsed schedule requirement and an assessment of the
probability that permittee will meet the next scheduled
requirement on time.
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Page 4
Part S3.a: The City understands that samnles and measurements taken to
meet the monitorina requirements specified above shall be
representative of the volume and nature of the monitored
discharge.
Part S3.b: The City understands that standard samplina and analytical
methods must be used to meet the monitorino requirements.
A report describing the methods used has been submitted.
Part S3.c: The City understands that samples and measurements taken to
meet the monitoring requirements specified above must be
taken in the effluent stream before it is discharged to the
receiving water.
Part S4,a: The City is making and maintaining records of all information
resulting from the monitoring activities required by this
permi t.
Part S4.c: The City understands that if it monitors any pollutant more
frequently than is required by the permit, that the informa-
tion shall be included in the Discharge Monitoring Report
form (EPA Form 3320-1).
Part S4.d: The City understands that it must retain for a minimum of
three years records of all monitoring activities and results
including all records of calibration and maintenance of
instrumentation and original recordings from continuous
monitoring instrumentation.
Part S5.a; The City understands that monitoring required by the permit
should be summarized and reported by submitting a Discharge
Monitoring Report form (E.P.A. Form 3320-1, 10-72), to:
United States Environmental Protection Agency
Region X
1200 6th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
Attn: Permits Branch M/S 521
The City did not understand and has not submitted copies of
the Discharge Monitoring Report Form to this office:
Department of Health and Welfare
Division of Environment
Statehouse
Boise, Idaho 83720
The City now understands that the State of Idaho is to re-
ceive copies of the report. Part of the confusion was a
result of the E.P.A. report form consisting of only 2 pages
and one carbon.
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November 28, 1975
Page 5
Part S5.c: The City understands that the Discharoe Monitorinn Report
form shall be based on measurements and sampling carried out
durinq the orevious reporting period. The first report
submitted was for the period ending December 31, 1974. Report-
ing periods shall end on the last day of March, June, September
and December. The permittee shall submit a Discharqe Monitoring
Reoort postmarked no later than the 28th day of the month
followinq each quarterly reportinq oeriod.
Part S6: The City understands that it shall not allow oil and hazardous
substances in harmful quantities to,enter the treatment Plant.
If such substances enter the plant, the City shall insure that
they do not enter the receiving water.
Part S7: The City understands that it shall not discharge floatinq
solids or visible foam into the receiving water.
Part S8: The City understands that it must handle any accumulated solids
in an approved manner and that they shall be prevented from
entering navigable waters or their tributaries.
Part S9.a: The City understands that if for any reason it does not
comply with or will be unable to comply with an effluent
limitation specified in this permit, that it shall immediately
notify the permit issuing authority or its desinnee by tele-
phone at (206) 442-1200 and provide the following information
in writing within 5 days of such notification:
1.	The cause of noncompliance.
2.	A description of the noncomplyinq discharqe includina its
impact upon the receiving waters.
3.	Anticipated time the condition of noncompliance is expected
to continue, or if such condition has been corrected
the duration of the period of noncompliance.	'
4.	Steps taken by the permittee to reduce and eliminate the
noncomplying discharge.
5.	Steps to be taken by the permittee to prevent reoccurence
of the condition of noncompliance.
Part S9.b: The City understands that they shall take all reasonable steps
to minimize any adverse impact to navigable waters resulting
from noncompliance with any effluent limitation snecified in
this permit, including such accelerated or additional monitor-
ing as necessary to determine the nature and impact of the
noncomplying discharge.
Part S9.c: The City is aware that nothing in the permit shall be construed
to relieve them from civil or criminal penalties for non-
compliance.
Part S10: The City Is aware of this provision and has no record of by-
passing the treatment facility.
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Pace 6
Part S11: The City has submitted the analytical quality control reDort.
Part S12: The City understands that it is responsible for the removal
of any shoaling resulting from the authorized discharge of
solid wastes in navigable waters if there is sufficient
accumulation to affect anchorage and navigation.
SURVEY RESULTS
Field Data	August 5, 1975 August 6, 1975
Time
Flow (MGD)
Temperature (C)
pH (S.U.)
D.O. (ma/J)
Specific Conductance
(Umhos)
1030
1030
1600
0.13
0.02
0.02
22.3
21.1
22.6
6.3
6.4
6.5
0.5
0.6
0
390
380
390
August 7, 1975
Time	0945
Flow (MGD)	0.06
Temperature	(C) 19.5
pH (S.U.)	6.5
D.O. (mg/1)	0
Specific Conductance	400
(JJmhos)
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Page 7
Laboratory Data
August 5-6, 1975
August 6-7, 1975
Dates (24-hour composite)
COD (mg/1)
T. ALK CaC03 (mg/1)
Total Residue (mg/1)
Total Vol* Residue (mg/1)
Total NFLT Residue (mg/1)
Vol. NFLT Residue (mq/1)
NHo - N Total (mg/1)
NO2 - N Total (mg/1)
NO3 - N Total (mg/1)
KJEL. N
T. Phos. (mg/1)
Dis. Phos. (mg/1)
O-PO4 (mg/1)
BOD20 (mg/1)
BOD5 (mg/1)
TOC (ma/1)
54
170
279
98
14
12
0.490
0.001
0.080
2.800
1,600
1.400
1.200
29.0
10.2
18.0
59
173
312
119
23
11
0.880
0.002
0.010
2.900
1,700
1.400
1.500
19.0
Dates (Grab Sample)
Fecal	Collform Bacteria
Total	Conform Bacteria
Fecal	Streptococci
Fecal	Coliform/Fecal Strep.
August 5, 1975
100
1500
200
ratio 0.5
August 6. 1975
20
1400
220
0.1
Comparative Data
BODr
August 6, 1975
SS( Residue TNFLT)
August 6, 1975
August 7, 1975
*Flow averaged for 3 days
Compliance Evaluation
rcq/1 lbs/da.y* '
3.4
10.2
14
23
4.7
7.7
Permit Conditions
/day
mq/1
60
70
70
15
18
18
Conclusions: The lagoons appear to be doing a good job of treating the
municipal waste waters. Items that should be corrected are
listed below under recommendations.
Recommendations:
1.	That the pH be kept between 6 and 9.
2.	Duckweed be removed.
3.	Weeds be kept removed from the dikes.
4.	Flow recording device be checked for accuracy.
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J10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND Wl^tARE
Environmental Services Division
Boise, Idaho
Permit No. ID-002180-6
Name Cambridne Sewer Association	Date Aunust 6, 1975
Location _ Cambridge, Idaho			 in	Adams	_Co.
Design: Capacity (lbs. BOD/Day)	144		Flow (mgd)	0.055		
P.E. 40Q		Total Acres 5.05	 Emergency Warning N/A	
By-Pass_	No	Monthly Reports Yes	O  M Manual ? No 		
Preliminary equipment: (1) Lift Stations Gravity	(2) Bar Screen No	
(3) Screenings Handled N/A			 (4) Influent Flow Measurement No		 (5) Other
Effluent Flow Measurement = Stevens Water Leva! Recorder (new)
Lagoon Description (Flow Diagram on Back Page 2) : Aerated No		
Number and Type of Cells	 3 standard	
Effluent Handling: Chlorination No	 Flow Measurement Yes  Other		
CELLS
#1
82
#3
#4
#5
Size, Acres
4.25
0.4
0.4


Operating
Depth, Ft.
5
5
5


Loading
Lbs. BOD/Acre
per Day
34




PE,/Acre/Day.





General
Appearance
(A)
S 
s (u)
S 
s u
s u
Dikes
() U
CD U
GD U
s u
s u
Remarks (b) Cattails qone. Weeds all over bank and Dyke. Sprayed but not removed
Water
s u
s . u
s u
s u
s u
Remarks (c) all three cells covered with duckweed.
Observations:
(D)
(A)	Cixcle the appropriate answer (Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory)
(B)	Erosion, weathering, weeds, etc., need for repair (riprap, etc.)
(C)	Clear, turbid, algae, emergent vegetation (cattails, etc.)	108
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Division of Environmental Services
COHPL 1 CE MONITORING CKB* LIST
NAME OF FACILITY
Cambridoe Sewer Asseciation
P.O. Box 51
Cambridoe, Idaho 83610
T. type OF INSPECTION (aiF.CK ONE OR MORE)
1.	X, Annual Compliance Evaluation
2.			Periodic Inspection
II. COMPLIANCE SCHEDULE
Required Action
Date:
Inspcctdr:
Permit Ho:
August 6, 1975
Willi am Clark & Glenn Davis
ID-002180-6.
J;	survey
Scheduled Date
On Schedule
Behind Schedule
III,
VI.
EVALUATION OF TREATMENT FACILITY
1.	Operation and Maintenance S
0 5 H Manual Available	Yes __
2.	Sludge Handling Practices S 	
S. Chlorination Equipment (when applicable}
U
No"
U
X
X
-N/A
IV. FACILITY SAMPLING AND LABORATORY PROCEDURES
J. Sampling Locations	S * U
2. Sampling Procedures	S X' U
V. EFFLUENT CHARACTERISTICS
Yes X No
"hrs. Composite
1. Samples Collected_
	Grab	2 24
3. Effluent Appearance (check if visible)
Oil	-	VY *	J-J
1 BHV.C	Vv	*
Grease aA Suspended Solids
EFFLUENT LIMITATION'S VIOLATIONS
Indicated by Self-Monitoring
Permit Condition
Parameter
Maximum
J*L
b.
pH
6
4.	Alternate Power Source
5.	Flow Measurement Device
	N/A
Yes
s 5T
5. Analytical Procedures
4. Record Keeping
S
s
2. Lab Results Attached Yes
Split Analysis with Facility
Settleable Solids	Other
Self-ttonitoring Data
	Average	Maximum
No
a '
v
u
N/A
No
9.3
9.2
5-14-75
VIII.
d.
Indicated by Survey
2. Permit Condition
Parameter
Average
Maximum
a.
b.
c.
VII. RECEIVING WATER VIOLATIONS;
Yes
(attach lab results if sample taken)
SUMMARY OF EVALUATION
In Compliance:
Iteas not in Compliance:
	Effluent Limitations
Compliance Schedule
Other 	
Yes
No
No
Survey Data
Dally Average
Daily Maxiwuw
Unknown
Operating Conditions
Water Quality Standards
Possible Non-Compliance;
Follow up needed by 	
IK. RECOWENDATIONS:
_No Action
Improved 0 8 M
REMARKS: (number section remark refers to)
Enforcement Action
' Revise Pernit
Further Information
Follow up Letter
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APPENDIX B
QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
177

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QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT FOR THE PAYETTE-WEISER SURVEY
Conducted November 1975
Surtmary
The quality assurance activities for this survey are intended to
"quantify the data" or determine the quality of data by checking a
percentage of the total samples and making a statistical inference
about the total samples.
Based on 7% of the total sanples being collected and analyzed
as quality assurance samples, the statement can be made that at a
95% confidence level 64% of all of the sanple concentrations will fall
within the following control limits:
Parameter	Control Limits
Diss. Ortho Phos.	<_ + 20%
n-nc>3 + N02	< i 2%
N-NH3	< + 20%
Discussion
The objective of quality assurance (QA) is to ensure the validity
of survey data. Quality assurance considerations begin at the time
of sanple collection and do not end until the data is verified on the
STORET printout. The quality assurance activity during this survey
determined the overall accuracy or quality of the sanple results.
During the survey 7% of all samples were collected for Q.A.
purposes in accordance with the methods presented in the quality
assurance plan for the survey. The Q.A. samples were spiked in the
field with known concentrations of ortho phosphate, nitrate-nitrite,
and airmonia to determine the net effect of interferences from time
of collection to time of analysis. These effects are measured by
comparing the expected to the observed or actual concentration and
calculating the percent recovery for each spiked sanple. The data
are found in the attached table.
Percent recovery for each of the Q.A. samples collected is a
measure of the accuracy of the results from which a mean and standard
deviation can be computed. The average low and high spike percent
recovery and standard deviation for each of the parameters checked is:
High Spike Mean %	Standard	Low Spike	Mean %	Standard
Parameter Concent. Recovery	Deviation	Concentration	Recovery	Deviation
D. Ortho Ph. .20 mg/1 93% 5%	.05 mg/1	"87%	"~To^
N--NO3 + NO2 .50 98 1	.10 100	0
N-NH3 .20 104 6	. 05 109	10
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The laboratory accuracy (spiking) data expressed in standard
deviations cannot be compared to the field spiking accuracy data,
because laboratory spiked data will have smaller deviations than
field spiked data. The first is an indication of laboratory
performance during the analysis and the second is an indication
of the deterioration and/or effect of interference on the sample
from time of collection to time of analysis. Both statistics are
important, however, they cannot be compared to each other.
A statistical inference about the total data quality (data
quality statement) can be made based on field spiking a percentage
of the total samples and determining the percent recovery of these
spiked samples. (Reference guidelines for development of a quality
assurance program, EPA-R4-73-028a). The control limits for the
total sample population at a 95% confidence level for the spiked
samples collected during this survey was:
Based on field spiking 7% of the total sanples during this_survey a
data quality statement can be made	that 64% of the'^samples
would fall within these limits. This does not mean that the other
36% are outside these control limits but a statistical inference
about this additional data cannot be made. The quality assurance
data for this survey is shown in the attached table. If 10% of the
total samples had been field spiked an inference or data quality
statement could have been made about 76% of the total sanples. If 20%
of the sanples were field spiked a data quality statement could be
made about 86% of the total sanples. Increasing the number of quality
assurance sanples compared to the total number of samples enables a
more inclusive statement to be made about the total data quality.
A portion of the quality assurance sanples can also be included as
a normal sample for data interpretation purposes. The quality
assurance sample is simply a larger volume sample which is split into
3 aliquates:
1.	A base sample,
2.	High spike, and
3.	Low spike
The base sample is the untreated portion which can be considered
as a regular sample.
Recomnendat ions
It is recommended that confidence limits be determined for all
future survey results. It is essential to know the confidence that
can be placed in survey results to properly interpret data. Field
sanples may be exposed to a variety of sources of interference during
their collection and transport to the laboratory. The sanples are
Diss. Ortho Phos.
N-NOo + NOo
N-NH3
Parameter
Control Limits
< + 20%
< + 2%
< + 20%
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also subjected to more potential sources of interference during sample
preparation, In some cases, samples may deteriorate between time of
collection and time of analysis. Therefore, it is important to
determine the overall accuracy of the sairple values. Accuracy is
defined as the difference between the observed concentration value
and the actual value.
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QUALITY ASSURANCE DATA SHEET FOR PAYETTE-WEISER SURVEY
% Recovery
Parameter	Sample No.	Low Spike High Spike
Diss. Ortho Phos.	49552	100%	100%
N-NOo & NOo	"	100	99
N-NH3	"	117	110
Diss. Qrtho Phos.	49553	100	97
N-NO3 & NO2	"	100	99
N-NH3	"	114	100
Diss. Ortho Phos.	49556	82	86
N-NO3 & NO2	'	100	100
N-NH3	"	94	94
Diss. Ortho Phos.	49558	80	90
N-NO3 & NO2	"	100	97
N-NH3	M	113	107
Diss. Ortho Phos.	49654	80	95
N-NO3 & N02	"	100	98
N-NH3	"	100	100
Diss. Ortho Phos.	49661	80	90
N-NO3 & N02	"	100	100
N-NH3	"	117	110
116

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APPENDIX C
BIOLOGICAL DATA
117

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BIOLOGICAL DATA
PAYETTE RIVER
At Montour
Station	1
At Letha
At Fruitland*
3a
3b
At Payette*
4a 4b-
Group 1
Trichoptera
Oecetis
Lepidostomfl
Glossoma
Limnephilus
Heliopsyche
Cheumatopsyche
Ochrotrichia
Hydropsyche
A
Leucotrichia
Protoptila
Epheneroptera
Baetis
Paraleptophleb ia
Ephemerella
Rhithrogenia
Cinygma
Stenonema
Tricorythodes
Plecoptera
Pteronarcys
Chloroperla
Eucapnopsis
Odonata
Ischnura
Ophiogomphus
Argia
Group 2
Chironomidae
Cricotopus
Nanoclaudius
Tanypodinae
Prodiamesa
Microtendipes
Tanytaraus
Diamesa
Psectroclaudius
Corynoneura
1
6
1
14

37
38
105
37
8
16
141
6
26
153
10
5
616
139
1744

2
1
48
33
223



1





6

8
1
3
1
42
5
156
9





174
21

15
5
126
15
9
2
285
15
39
21






128
12
219
151
322

12
11
103
173
910
6





21
4

2

1
1






1









1





1
21
80
22
60
31
138
40
1
5
28
13
35
4
1

1

3
2
3




11
1




64
4
3
11
11
8
21
2

2

2
2
1





1

2
2
2
* Duplicate samples obtained.
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BIOLOGICAL DATA
PAYETTE RIVER cont.
At Montour
Station
At Letha At Fruitland*
3a
3b
At Payette*
4a 4b
Group 2 cont.
Chironomus (Endochironomus)
Chironomus
Polypedilum
Chironomus (Tribelos)
Gastropoda
Ferissia	6
Physa
Hirudenia
Erpobdella
Group 3
Oligochaeta	65
Other (ungrouped)
Diptera
Antocha
Atherix
Empedidae
Simuliidae
Coleoptera
Ancyronyx
Cepidoptera
Elophila
Turbellaria
Hydracarina
6
2
1
37
1
1
2
1
1
12
44
11
2
3
14
1
22
7
35
34
18
4
1
1
20
45
32
19
35
Group 1
2
3
Total ///Sample
3,
2
3a
3b
4a
4b
449
223
48
1516
565
3662
171
100
40
121
79
246
65
37
4
44
1
20
* Duplicate samples obtained.
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BIOLOGICAL DATA
WEISER RIVER
Below Tamarack* Above Mesa Above Midvale
Station la	Ik.	1	1
Group I
Trichoptera
Heliopsyche	92	72
Hydropsyche	141	22	406	3
Cheumatopsyche	526	1
Ochrotrichia	^
Leptocella	3
Oecetis	9
Brachycentaus	1
Ephemeroptera
Baetls	10	10	11	1
Ironopsis	19	4
Ephemerella	71 188	49	1
Trlcorythodes	4	10	7
Paraleptophlebia	4
Rhithrogenia	10	1
Stenonema	4
Plecoptera
Brachyptera	2
Pteronarcys	-2
Chloropherla	9
Nemoura	2
Megaloptera
Slalls	1
Odonata
Hyponeura	1
Group 2
Chlronomldae
Psectroclaudius	2	1
Cardloclaudlus	2
Tatiypodinae	14 10	2	1
Cricotopus	69	15	31
Diamesa	9
Brillia	3
Chironomus	1
Prodlamesa	10
Tanytarsua	5	1
Microtendipes	5
Nanoclaudius	1
* Duplicate samples obtained.
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BIOLOGICAL DATA
WEISER RIVER cont.
Below Tamarack*
Station la
lb
Above Mesa
Above Midvale
Group 2 cont.
Gastropoda
Lymaea
Ferissia
Gyraulus
Physa
Group 3
Oligochaeta
Other (ungrouped)
Diptera
Atherix
Holoruisa
Antocha
Coleoptera
Ancyronyx
Psephenus
Lepidoptera
Elophila
Turkellaria
20
7
12
150
8
3
2
35
30
20
1
13
61
1
13
30
1
10
2
1
2
Total 0/Sample
Station la	lb	2
Group 1
2
3
333
276
6
233
86
30
1124
54
17
13
61
* Duplicate samples obtained.
122

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APPENDIX D
WATER QUALITY DATA
November 1971
123

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SUMMAXT OF FIELD MEASUREMENTS AND (SEMICAL DATA
AT .SELECTED STATIONS ON THE PAYETTE RIVER
NOVEMBER 4-10, 1971
Alkalinity
Hap Station Flow Trap.	Cond. Pis solved Oxygen	og/1 as	BOD TOC	Kj	HHt NO? + NOt Total P
Key Description	cfa	*C	yrahos/ai pH	ag/1	Z Sat.	CaCO?	ag/1	ng/1	g/l as 8	me/1
35 Payette River Range 890-1020 2.0-5.0	130-160 7.4-8.7 10.5-12.8 88-109	34-49	<2-3.8	2-4 <0.1-0.4 . 0.04-0.10 0.02-0.07
Emnett Average 977	12.2 102	39	3.4	3 0.3 <0.1- 0.07	0.05
(KM 365.6/33.3)
W
34 Payette River, Range 4.0<-5.0	130-170 8.2-8.5 11.8-12.9 100-108	34-47	.	2-3 0.1- . 0.04-0.05 0.03-0.04
dovnetreaa from Average	12.4 105	40	<2^	3 <0.1 0.04	0.03
(RM 365.6/32.0)
33 Payette River Range 800-900 2.0-5.0	150-180 7.4-8.8 10.8-13.8 91-118	39-53	<2-4.2	2-5 <0.1-1.0 . 0.04-0.10 0.03-0.05
at Letha Bridge Average 850	12.2 101	46	3.1	3 0.6 <0.1 0.06	0.04
(RM 365.6/28.0)
32 Payette River Range 800-1400 2.0-7.0	200-260 7.9-8.7 10.8-13.0 93-111	67-79	,	2-3 l.<7 .. 0.09-0.19 0.02-0.09
at Hew Plymouth Average 1100	11.9 101	73	<2-	2 <0.1 0.14	0.06
(RM 365.6/23.5)
b/
30 Payette River Range 1050-1680 4.0-7.0	250-290 8.0-8.6 11.2-12.8 96-107	73-177	<2-2.8	2-5 0.2- . 0.14-0.23 <0.01-0.06
at Payette Average 1360	11.9 102	108	2.8	3 <0.1 0.18	0,05
(RM 366.6/4.1)
a/ All values arc equal.
]tf All other values were lea* than detectable.
c/ This station was also saapled during the period October 27-Noveaber 2, 1971.

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Simm OF FIELD KASUKMEHTS MO CHEMICAL DATA AT SELECTED STATIONS
SNAKE RIVER BASIN - WALTERS FERRY TO DOWNSTREAM FROM WEISER, IDAHO
OCTOBER 27-N0VEMBER 2. 1971
Nap Key Station Description
RTiaTTnTty-
Temp.	Cond,	pH	Dissolved Oxygen mg/1 as
C	|imhos/cm S. U. nig/1 1 Sat. CaCO.
TOC
mg/1 g/l
mg/1 asT
T7
Total P
NH
'JL
30 Payette R1ver~^at
Payette
(RM 365.6/4.1)
29 Payette River
near mouth
(RM 365.6/0.1)
33	Snake River, down-
stream from the
Payette River
(RH 364.0)
34	Snake River, up-
stream of Uelser
River (RH 353.9)
35	Helser River
near mouth
(RH 351.8/0.1)
36	Snake River, down-
stream from
HelserS'
(RH 350.3)
AVERAGE	11.4	98	72
RANGE 4.0-7.0 T90-280 7.3-8.0 10.0-12.2 94-107 64-78
AVERAGE	10.0	89 128
RANGE 4.5-8.0 320-490 8.5-8.9 7.0-11.0 59-99 73-163
AVERAGE	11.0	98 184
RANGE 6.0-8.0 450-560 7.0-8.8 10.4-11.7 93-104 179-198
AVERAGE	10.6	96	180
RANGE	6.0-8.0 500-540 7.6-8.7 10.2-11.0	94-98	176-186
AVERAGE	H.8	97	95
RANGE	2.0-7.0 200-360 7.5-8.3 10.0-13.2	82-112	78-112
AVERAGE	W.9	97	177
RANGE	5.0-10.0 480-575 7.2-8.7 10.1-11.6	93-104	168-183
a/ All values are the sane.
5/ This station was also sampled during the period of November 4-10, 197-1.
cj All values except one were less than detectable.
3/ All values except one were <2.
e/ Strea* flow at USGS gaging station near Uelser (RH 351.3) averaged 25,200 cfs during the survey.
fj All values recorded as "less than* have not been used to calculate average.
2.4 . 2.1 <0.1"
<2-2.7 1.0-6.0
& 0.19	0.05
<0.1-0.1 0.13-0.25 <0.01-0.10
2.5 2.6 O.t
<2-3.3 2,0-4.0 <0.1-0.2
<0.1^ 0.48
0.05
0.30-0.63 0.01-0.08
3.0	2.8 0.2 0.89
2.4-4.9	1.0-4.0 0.1-0.4	<0.1-0.10.65-1.55
2.9	-3.5 0.2 & 0.71
2.0-3.8	1-6 <0.1-0.3	<0.1-0.1 0.60-0.75
0.07
0.06-0.06
0.06
0.05-0.08
H 2
<2-2.1 1-3 <0.1-0.1
<0.1^ 0.12
0.04
0.08-0.19 <0.01-0.08
4.0 3.6 0.2	& 1.03	0.07
<2-3.6 V-6 <0.1-0.5 <0.1-0.1 0.60-2.30 0.03-0.14

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RESULTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL AHALYSES AT SELECTED STATIONS
PAYETTE RIVER STREAM SURVEY
November 4-10, 1971
Hap Station Description
Key
Total Conforms	Fecal Coltforms	Fecal Streptococci
HF Count/100 in)	% Samples	HF Count/IQO ml	MF Count/100 ml
Maximum Mean Minimum > 2,400 Haxlnum MeanS; Minimum Max!mum MeanSr Minimum
35 Payette River, upstream of Emett
(RM 365.6/33.3)
34 Payette River, downstream from Eaaett
(RH 365.6/32.0)
33 Payette River at Letha Bridge
(RM 365.6/28.0)
30 Payette River at Payette

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":S OF "VrnRIOLOGItAL ANALYSES AT SELECTED STATIONS
SHAKE RIVER BASIN STREAM SURVEY
October 27-November 2
1971
Hap
Key
Station Description
Total Conform
MF Count/1Q0 ml
Maximum Mean!/ Minimum
t Samples
L 2.400
Fecal Collforats
HF Count/100 ml
Max! mum fleani M
inlnuni
Fecal Streptococci
MF Count/IQO nl
Maximum Nean^- Minimum
1
Snake River at Waiters Ferry (RM 442-5)
3,400
1,400
220
33-3
1,000
ISO
8
15,000
4,800
64
4
Snake River at Adrian (RH 401.8)
6,600
2,200
150
28.5
32
17
<10
>10,000
2,900
210
5
Owyhee River near Mouth {RH 392.3/2.9)
6,300.
1,700
HO
28:6
140
74
30
9,300
1,900
450
7
Boise River at Parma (RH 391-3/5-0)
130,000
5,300
2,800
100
130,000
23,000
690
110,000
27,000
700
6
Boise River near Houth (RH 391-3/0.1)
>80,000
37,000
' ,900
83.3
130,000
29,000
110
87,000
14,000
190
22
Snake River, downstream from Mouth of
the Boise River (RH 390.5)
120,000
33,000
100
57.1
74,000
21,000
<4
2,700
800
70
23
Snake River, upstream of Hyssa (RM 389.0}
52,000
8,900
90
28.6
460
130
<4
2,000
490
40
24
Snake River, downstream from Nyssa (RM 387.0)
7,300
2,800
480
28.6
1,600
440
24
560
310
130
25
Snake River, upstream of Ontario (RM 373.0)
5,600
3,800
1,900
66.7
200
160
120
2,600
1,800
1,200
26
27
Snake River, upstream of Malheur RJvfer
(RM 369.0)
Malheur River near Houth (RM 368.5/0.1)
92,000
5,200
19,000
1,000
1,300
120
71.4
14.3
1,500
100
440
51
40
8
7,700
5,900
3.300
1,500
480
570
28
Snake"River, upstream of the Payette River
(RH 367.0)
4,300
3,900
3,500
100
760
470
180
3,900
3,900
3,900
30
Payette River at Payette (RM 365.6/4.1)
2,900
930
290
14
8B
64
16
4,500
1,500
100
29
Payette River at Mouth (RM 365.6/0.1)
3,800
9,600
330
40
1,000
270
40
29,000
5,000
530

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RESULTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSES AT SELECTED STATIONS
SNAKE RIVER BASIN STREAM SURVEY
October 27'November 2
1971
Hap Station Description
Jto	
Total Conforms	Fecal Conforms	Fecal Streptococci
MF Count/100 ml % Samples HF Count/100 ml'	MF Count/1QO ml
haKlmum	Mean!/ Minimum  2.400 Wax t mum	Hean^- Minimum Maximum  HeanS' Minimum
36	Snake River at Idaho 52 Bridge (RM 364.0)
37	Snake River, upstream of the Wefser River
(RM 353.9)
38	Melser River at Mobth (RM 351.8/1.0)
39	Snake River, downstream fron the kelser
River (RM 350.3)
24,000 3,600 2.800 100
29,000 9.700
2.800 1,100
27.000
8.500
1,500
130
2,200
50
28.5
80
840
530
100
310
380
220
46
200
50 4,000
88
2,400
<4 17,000
56 6,100
3., 000
1.4no
2,700
3,000
1,900
580
200
770
af Values reported as "<" are not used 1n calculating.the nean.
t\5
V0

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APPENDIX E
1975 SURVEY DATA
131

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	STATION Hit*E	t Lia I STREAM I *ATEfi ( TuRB tCfcOUCTVYICM1UCTVYI DO I 300 I 800 I T &LK 
	LAT - LONG	I IDENT. I FLOW i TEMP I JKSN (FIELD I AT 25C I	I 5 DAY I 20 DAT t CACC3 
*	STQPET a	DATE TIME OEPTHI NUMBER I CFS 1 CENT I JTU IMICROMrtOtMICROMHOI MG/L I MO/L I KG/L I H&/L 
9ft4fi444C44f44449444444444444ft44444444444ft444ft44ft4444444t444444ftfifr44*444444444ft4<444444t*444Bfl444
CITY Or PAYETTE STP
44 05 01.0 116 57 05.0 2
*153752
CO
U>
75/06/04
1600
0001
3P76S
3.2J



2.3

75/08/05
0*15
0001
32773
3.2J





75/08/04
1630








C0P


32729
3.2




62.0
75/08/05
1450









1500
0001
32751
3.2 J
21.3
40.0
1000
4.4
96.0
75/03/06
0920
0001
32774
3.2 J






1305
0001
32756
3.2J
20.4
42.0
775
3.6

75/06/05
1455








CO^P


32704
3.2




22.0
75/08/06
1335








7S/03/07
0840
0001
32775
3.2J





75/0S/06
1340








COvP


32724
3.2




35.0
75/08/07
1300









1310
0001
32761
3.2 J
20.7
28.0
950
5.8


1312
0001
32714
3.2J





75/12/02
1300
0003

1.7J




94.0

1400
0001

2.2






1500
0001

2.4






1600
0001

2.1






1700
0001

2.6






1B00
0001

2.0






19(10
0001

2.0






2000
0001

1.9






2100
0001

1.8






2200
0001

1.8






2300
0001

1.8






2hD0
0001

1.5





75/12/03
0100
0001

1.4






0200
oom

1.3






0300
0001

1.1






0400
0001

1.0






0500
0001

1.0






0600
0001

1.0






0700
0001

1.0





,0 2









75/12/03
0800
0001

1.5






0900
0001

1.9






10O0
0001

1.9






1100
0001

2.0






1200
0001
49801
1.7 J






1200
0003

1. 7 J




127.0
75/12/02
1300








COxP


49800
1.7







0003

1.7J





75/12/03
1200








21S
207
217
CITY CF PAYETTE STP
4ft 05 01.0 116 57
#153752

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oee** oo4ofteoeeeeac>eoee*
STATION name	I LAB I STREAM t WATER I TURB ICNDUCTVYICnDUCTVY I DO I 800 I BCD I T ALK 
LAT - LONG	I 1DENT. I FLOW I TEMP I JKSN IFIELO I AT 25C I	I -5 DAY I 20 DAY I CCC3 *
STOBET #	OATE TIME OEPTHl NUMBER I CFS I CENT I JTU IMICROMHOIMICROMMOI MGA. I MG/L I MG/L t MG/L 
49 SLOUGH AT KlrfANlS PAPK
44 04 05.0 116 56 07.0 I
#153705
75/0O/04
1330
0001

26.0






75/08/05
1635
0003
32324
26.OJ
24.5
9.8
310

1.9

75/06/06
1445
0003
32351
26.OJ
24.1
11.0
280
7.9
2.0
116

1500
0003
32452
26.OJ
24.0
12.0
310
7.9


75/06/07
1540
0003
32377
26.OJ
21.5
96
300
7.9
1.7
112

1550
0003
3?465
26.OJ
21.5


3.1

HO
7^/12/02
0910
0003
49500
5.0J
4.3

625
9.6
2.5
237
75/12/04
0830
0003
49552
5.0 J






PAYETTE H P PAYETTE (KIWanIS PK)
44 03 35.0 116 56 04.0 1
*153704
75/08/04

0003
32001







7S/0H/05
1625
0003
32323
1510.0
24.5
7.0
165

1.6

75/08/06
1515
0003
32350
1510.0
24.0
6.7
160
11.4
1.1
75
75/08/07
1605
0003
32376
1520.0
21.8
6.2
220
11.4
1.2
75
75/12/02
0920
0003
49501
2160.OJ


205


80

0925
0003
49502
2160.OJ
3.3


11.4
1.2
4.2 89

0930
0003
49503
2160.OJ





SO
75/12/03

0003

3230.OJ






75/12/04

0003

3240.OJ






Payette a * payettf i hwy <35 >
44 OS 33.0 116 55 28.0 1
#153703
75/08/04

0003
32002






75/08/05
1610
0003
32322
1530.0
24.0
7.0
150
10.5

75/08/06
1530
0003
32349
1530.0
23.8
7.3
170
11.0
75
75/08/07
1630
0003
3237S
1540.0
21.5
6.1
21S
10.8
74
75/12/02
1030
0003
49504
2160.0


205

76

1035
0003
49505
3230.0
3.5


11.9
1.2 4.2 73

1040
0003
49506
3240.0




74
CITY "OF FRUITLAND STP LAGOON #2
44 02 15.0 116 55 32.0 2,
#153753
75/08/05
1015
1000
0001
32752

23.4
15.0
800
11.5
39.0

COKP


32703
0.2J




16.0
342
75/06/06
0940










1000
0001
32757

23.9
17.0
800
11.4



0950









COMP


32723
0.2 J




30.0
348
75/08/07
0850
1005
0001
32713








1230
0001
32762

24.0
20.0
950
15.8


75/12/02
1100
0003
49507
0.1J


950


391

1103
0003
49508

2.3


12.5
54.0
390

1106
0003
49509
0.1J





393

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	STA TIOfJ NAtfE	I L48 I STREAM I WATER I TUKB ICNDUCTVYICNOUCTVY I DO t SOQ I SOD I T Al* 
	L "T - LONG	I IDENT. I FLOta I TEMP I JKSN I FIELD I' AT 25C I	I 5 DAY I 20 DAY I CACC3 
 STORET 	DATE TIME OEPTHI NUMBER I CFS I CENT I JTU IMICROMHOIMICROMHOI MG/L I MG/L I MG/L I MG/L *
49ft4fi44e444fi44S4fi446444itft444t444444ft444444
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1355
0.5
CO
cr

-------

 station name

1
LAB 1
STREAM 1
WATER 1
TURS
1 CNDUCTVY i CNDltCTVY 1
DO t
BOD 1 BOD 1
T ALK
* LAT - LOt.r,

1
IDENT. 1
FLOW 1
TEMP 1
JKSN
IFIELO i
AT 25C 1
1
5 DAY i 20 OAY 1
CACC3 '
 STOkET * CATt T!^E DEPTH!
NUMBER 1
CFS 1
CENT 1
JTU
IMICSOMHOIHICSOMHOI
MG/L 1
MG/L 1 HG/L 1
MG/L

D3AIN S SIDE PAYETTE R. !mm 9.7)











44 00 39.0 116 50 10.0 4











*153697 75/03/04
1445
0003

17. 2J








1545


17.2







75/08/05
1^45
0003
3P316
17.OJ
22.0
22.0
440

8.9


75/08/06
1535
0003
3234 3
17.2J
22.6
45.0
405

8.5

163
75/03/07
1525
0003
32369
17.2J
20.9
29.0
400

9.5

163
75/12/04
0935
0003
49557
2.7 J
8.4







1350


2.7







SSti'i U SIDE PAYETTE H (Rw 9.s>











i.4 00 4 3.0 116 50 03.0 4











* ! <5"i7Aa /5/0fc/ 51.0 4











#153696 75/08/04
1555


4.0







75/06/05
1440
0003
32315
4.0J
21.4
24.0
800

11.2


75/03/06
1525
0 003
32342
4.0J
21.5
32.0
500

11.1

242
75/08/07
1520
0003
32368
4. 0 J
19.2
16.0
750

12.5

230
fi? PLYMOUTH STP











43 59 00.0 116 47 00.0 2











#153755 75/08/05
1115
0001
32753
1.2 J
23.5
62.0
500

6.2
5.2


1110










COMP



1.3J





5.5
192
75/OB/06
1055











1115
0001
32758

23.4
70.0
560

7.0



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32721
1.2J





6.6
213
75/08/07
1105











1118
0001
32711
1.1J








1135
0001
32763
1.1J
22.0
72.0
650

7.1


75/12/03
1610
0003

0.2J



443




1615
0003


3.9


446

11.2K


1620
0003

0.2J



546



CEMETFkY DRAIN NR NEW PLYMOUTH











43 53 44.0 116 47 53.0 4











#153695 75/08/05
0910


39.9








1420
0003
32314
39.9J
20.8
22.0
340

8.2


75/08/06
1500
0003
32341
39.9J
20.5
12.0
315

8.0

124
75/03/07
1450
0003
32367
39.9J
19.2
8.7
320

6.1

122

1500
0003

40.OJ

10.0
330

1.0

126
75/12/03
1555
0003
49546
28.OJ
12.5


651



75/12/0-4
1330


28.0







payette r. c riLL0rf cs. rd. sr.











43 59 26.0 116 47 42.0 4











#153694 75/08/05
1130


1297.0








1405
0003
32313
1297.OJ
21.7
5.1
160

11.0
1.7

75/08/06
1445
0003
32340
1297.OJ
22.0
4.6
150

10.9
2.3
63
75/08/07
1425
0003
32366
1297.OJ
20.0
3.9
150

10.7
2.5
63
75/12/03
1520
0003
4954S
3580.OJ



118




1525
0003
49546
3580.0J
2.8


109
14.4
0.7 2.1


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1530 0003 <.9547 35B0.0J	109
75/12/04 1145 0003	3580.0
co
00

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*	STATION ME	I LA8 I STREAM I UATER I TURB ICNDUCTVYICNDUCTV YI DO I SOD I BOD I T ALK
	LAT - LONG	i IOENT. I FLOW i TEMP I JKSN IF1ELQ I AT 25C I	I 5 DAY I 20 DAY I CACC3
 STOSET t GATE TIME DEPTH I NUM8ER I CFS I CENT I JTU ImICROMHOIMICROMHOI MG/L I MG/L I KG/L I HG/L
DRAIN S 6NK PAYETTE W (R 13.4)
43 58 51.0 116 47 10.0 4
153740	75/08/0S 1420 0003 32610	17.0	20.4	230	8.0	135
GRAIN S 0\K PAYETTF P (Pf 13.42)
43 53 50.0 116 47 03.fi 4
*1537 35	75/0(3/05 1415 0003 32609	3.0	27.5	120	3.6	171
payette fi nk new Plymouth hwy 52
43 56 09.0 116 46 30.C 4
75/0S/05
1345
0003
32312
1315.OJ
21.0
5.2
180

10.0
1.5


75/06/06
1430
0003
32339
1315.OJ
21.7
6.5
170

10.2
1.1
2.4
68
75/03/07
1410
0003
32365
1315.OJ
19.5
4.5
160

10.3
1.2
2.6
72
75/12/03
1500
0003
49542
3530.OJ



122





1505
0003
49543
3560.OJ
3.7


118
CO
*




1510
0003
49544
3580.OJ



101




drain s 6nk payette r. (r 15.3)
43 57 50.0 116 45 42.
*153706
CO
UD
0 4
75/08/05 1230
1330 0003 32325
7S/08/06 1420 0003 32338
75/08/07 1400 0003 32364
75/12/03 1445 0003 49541
75/12/04 1310
8.7





8.7J
21.5
9.0
300
7.4

8 . 7 J
22.1
4.7
290
8.2
125
6.7J
19.9
3.4
300
8-6
126
3.0J
9.9


531

3 . 0 J





ORA IN NP HAMILTON COPNEP RM15.7
43 57 36.0 116 45 23.0 4
75/08/05
1245


40.2







1315
0003
32311
40.OJ
19.4
14.0
460

8.8

75/08/06
1405
0003
32337
40.OJ
19.8
16.0
450

9.2
157
75/08/07
1340
0003
32363
40.OJ
ia.o
13.0
420

7.8
159

1350
0003

40.OJ

14.0
460

7.8
160
75/12/03
1440
0003
49540
15.OJ
14.0


625


75/12/04
1300


15.0






B LATERAL 1MI E HAMILTON CORNER
43 57 09.0 116 44 56.0 4
153691
75/07/22
1635
0001
30728

30.0

1000K




75/06/05
1215
0003
32310
118.6J
19.0
8.2
330

8.4
1.6


1300


118.6







75/0*/06
1245
0003
32336
11S.6J
19.1
11.0
330

9.1
1.9
139
75/08/07
1240
0003
32362
118.6J
17.6
7.3
320

9.2
1.1
142
75/12/03
1425
0003
49538
38.OJ
12.6


366
11.0
0.8


1430
0003
49539
38.OJ



366



75/12/04
1440
0003

38.0







PAYETtE 15.  FALK bpidge
43 57 16.0 116 43 00.0 4
75/08/05
1200
0003
32309
1210.OJ
19.5
5.5
110

8.7
1.4


75/08/06
1225
0003
32335
1210.OJ
20.5
4.5
105

9.4
0.8
1.9
40
75/08/07
1210
0003
32361
1210.OJ
18.3
3.0
95

9.4
0.8
1.8
48
75/12/03
1340
0003
49535
3150.OJ



99





1345
0003
49536
3150.OJ
2.2


99
14.9
0.7
1.8


1350
0003
49537
3150.OJ



100





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"	STaTICn .Am	I LAB I STREAM I *ATh I TUPfl I CNDuC T V VI C\OUC T V Y i DO I SOD I SOO I T AL". 
*	LAT - LOsr,	I IQfcNT. I FLO I TEMP I JKSN IFIELD I Al 25C I	I 5 DAY I 20 DAY I CACC3 *
	STOsET #	DATE TIME CEPTHI NUMBER I CFS I CENT I JTU IMICROMHOIHICROMHO! MG/L I MG/L t MG/L i HiG/L *
da:n E b'<< payettf p.	ie.9)
43 56 39.0 316 42 20.0 
153736	75/03/07 0930 0003 32642	6.7	160.0	95	127
PAYEES CC-OP WASTEwAY <~V i 9.4)
43 56 02.0 116 42 40.0 4
#153689
75/08/05
1150
1350
0003
32308
8.3J
8.3
19.6
2.2
260

11 .2
1.9


75/08/06
1210
0003
32334
8  3 J
19.8
3.1
27S

13.0
2.0
120

75/0^/07
1155
0003
32360
8.3J
17.5
4.0
240

11.6
2.2
114

75/12/03
1325
0003
49534
2 . 0 J
8.8


313
17.8
1.6

75/12/04 12C0	2.0J
SEVEN"ILE SLOLiGM 1.3'tl N* LEThA
43 54 55.0 116 40 10.0 4
75/08/05
1130
140 5
0003
32307
156.OJ
156.3
19.9
3.6
95

9.0

75/08/06
1120
0003
32333
156.OJ
20.2
4.9
90

9.0
33
75/08/07
1135
0003
32359
156.OJ
16.3
2.5
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9.2
37
75/12/03
1 145
000 3
49531
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130


.
1 150
0003
49532
159.OJ
3.5


130
14.4


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0003
49533
159.OJ



130


75/12/04
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159.0






O		 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	
SANG h0LLCV 3 Ml *JW LETHA
43 55 SB.O 116 41 19.(1 4	*
<15373b 75/08/01 1040 0003	32641 9.6 16.0 18.0 1000 9.2 51
D-AIN N Bf.K PAYcTTF 3. [M 21.0)
43 55 47.0 116 40 59.0 4
#153734	75/08/07 1108 0003
32640
0.8
17.5
48.0
230
8.4
HANI*A DRAIN (RM ?1. 3)
43 55 37.0 116 40 39.0 4
153733	75/08/07 1140 0003 32639
75/12/02 1545 0003 49519
20.9
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17.0
45.0
180
750
9.2
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85
303
D&AIN S *EST rlANNA PD 


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44v4444fi44fl444444444{4t44449C444&
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1
LA8 1
I STREAM 1
WATER 1
TURfl
ICNDUCTVYICNQUCTVYI
DO 1
BOD 1
BOD i
i T ALK 
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1
IDENT. 1
1 FLOW 1
TEMP 1
JKSN
IFIElD 1
AT 25C 1
1
5 DAY 1
20 OAy 1
1 CACC 3 
* STOPET *
DATE
ri"F depthi
NUMBER 1
1 CFS 1
CENT 1
jTU
IMlCSOMHOIMICrtOMHOI
MG/L 1
i mG/L 1
M&/L 1
1 MG/L *

TUNNEL NO.7  VANDEPDASSON KOAD












43 53 07.0 116 37
17.0 4












#153685
75/08/05
1100
0003
32304
31.OJ
18.6
6.2
210

8.6





1625


31.0









75/06/06
1045
0003
32330
31.OJ
19.8
6.0
215

9.4


84

75/08/07
1130
0003
32356
31 .OJ
17.7
4.0
200

9.4


88

75/12/03
1055
0003
49527
10.OJ
9.4


320





75/12/04
1150


10.0








3ISSEL CR. 2.5 MI F
LETHA












43 S3 51.0 116 36
55.0 4












*153687
75/08/05
1045
0003
32306
4 . 4 J
18.1
60.0
320

8.4





1605


:4.4









75/08/06
1110
0003
32332
4 . 4 J
18.8
28.0
280

9.0


111

75/03/07
1105
0003
32358
4.4J
17.0
10.0
270

8.7


129

75/12/02
1525
0003
49518
3  2 J
1 1.7

800

11.7
0.1L

317

75/12/04
1130


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HAW CREEK 1 MI w EWVETT












43 52 47.0 116 32
07.0 4












*153664
75/08/05
091 0
0003
32303
18.3J
16.8
20.0
250

7.2
1.3



75/08/06
1030
0003
32329
18.?J
17.6
16.0
270

8.5
1.4

103


1130


18.3









75/08/07
0955
0003
32355
18.3J
16.2
13.0
260

7.8
1.1

104

75/12/02
1500
0003
49517
5.0J
13.1

700

7.0
2.5

264

75/12/04
1115


5.0








CITY OF EMMETT STP




'








43 52 45.0 116 30
30.0 2












#153756
75/06/05
1330
0001
32754
8  8 J
25.7
6.0
200

15.0
11.1



75/09/06
1615
0001
32759
8  8 J
27.1
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75/06/05
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32700
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8.1

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75/06/06
1615












75/08/07
1025
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32764
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24.5
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1030
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32710











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32720
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8.6

79

75/08/08
0630












75/12/03
1020
0003
49523
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1025
0003
49524
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261
13.4
13.5




1030
0003
49525
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PAYETTE R C EmmETT
(HWY 52)












43 52 47.0 116 29
57.0 4












*153683
75/08/05
0B40
0003
32302
1420.OJ
18.7
1.8
70

8.6
0.9



75/0*3/06
1000
0003
32328
1460.OJ
18.9
2.2
70

8.8
1.3
2.1
25

75/0&/07
1010
0003
32354
1480.OJ
17.9
1.7
70

9.0
0.6
1.4
26

75/12/02
1420
0003
49514
2300.OJ


100




39


1425
0003
49515
2900.OJ
2.4



14.3
0.5
1.8
40


1430
0003
49516
2830.OJ







41

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	STATION M"E	I L46 I STREAM I WATEk I TURB ICNOUCTVYiCNOUCTVYI DO I BCD I 300 I T UK 
	LAT - LONG	I IDENT. I FLOW I TEMP I jKSN IFIELD I AT 25C I	I 5 DAY I 20 DAY I CACC3 
 STOGET 	DATE TIME DEPTH I NUBE* I CFS I CENT I JTU I KlCHOMHO IMICROKhO I MG/L I MG/L I MG/L t MG/L 
PAYETTE R 100FT BLw PAYETTE STP
44 04 51.0 116 56 51.0 2
t*
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#153741 75/06/06 1200
0003
77012

22.0

170
8.4



1300
0003
77013

22.6

167
9.1



1400
0003
77014

23.2

164
9.6



1500
0003
77015

23.9

162
9.9



1600
0003
77016

24.7

162
10.0



1700
0003
77017

25.0

164
10.0



15C0
0003
77018

25.3

165
9.9



1900
0003
77019

25.0

166
9.4



2000
0003
77020

24.8

163
8.4



2100
0003
77021

24.4

160
7.4



2200
0003
77022

24.1

163
6.7



2300
0003
77023

23.6

168
6.3



2400
0003
77024

23.3

175
5.9



75/08/07 0100
0003
77025

22.7

176
5.7



0200
0003
77026

21.8

178
5.6



0300
0003
77027

21.4

177
5.5



0400
0003
77028

20.8

179
5.9



0500
0003
77029

20.1

176
6.1



0600
0003
77030

19.5

176
6.4



0700
0003
77031

19.0

170
6.3



0600
0003
77032

18.5

165
6;5



0900
0003
77033

18.6

167
6.8



1000
0003
77034

18.7

172
7.3



1100
0003
77035

19.1

180
8.1



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43 53 22.0 116 27 09.0 4










153682 75/08/04 1310
0003
32301
9 . 2 J
17.8
6.8
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8.8
1.2

78
75/08/06 0515
0003
32327
9. 2J
16.0
17.0
170
5.4
1.1

74
75/0:1/07 0915
0003
32353
9.2 J
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9.0
140
5.7
1.2
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75/12/02 1400
0003
49513
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10.9

300
12.1
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75/12/04 1015


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49559
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43 55 50.0 116 26 22.0 4










#153681 75/06/04 1215
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32300
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75/08/05
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1960.0







75/06/06 0940
0003
32326
2000.0
19.1
1.5
65
9.2
2.0
4.0
23
75/06/07 0930
0003
32352
2020.0
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1.4
65
8.3
0.7
1.6
24
75/12/02 1300
0003
49510
2300.0


95



38
1305
0003
49511
2300.0
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14.0
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49512
2300.0






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75/12/03
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2900.0







75/12/04 1040
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49558
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STATION NA-E	I LAB I STREAM 1 LAB IRESIDUE IRESILfUt IRESIOUE ISESIDUE HtSIOUE (RESIDUE I	
LAT - LCN<~,	I IOENT. I FLO* I PH I TOTAL ITOT VOL IDISS-1 OS I TOT NFLTI VOL NFLTI 01SS-1SO I	*
ST03ET s	DATE TI("E DEPTH I NUMBER I CFS I SU I MG/L I MG/L IC MG/L I MG/L I -MG/L IC MG/LI	
CITY OF PAYETTE STP
44 05 01.0 116 57 05.0 2
#153752
CITY Or PAYETTE STP
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75/08/04
1600
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32765
3.2J
75/08/05
0915
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32773
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75/08/04
1630



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32729
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75/03/05
1450




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0001
32751
3.2J
75/08/06
0920
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32774
3.2J

1305
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32756
3.2J
75/08/05
1455



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32704
3.2
75/05/06
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75/08/07
0840
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32775
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75/06/06
1340



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32724
3.2
75/08/07
1300




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32761
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75/12/02
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2.2

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2.4

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2.1

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2.6

1400
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2.0

1900
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2.0

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1.9

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1.8

2200
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1.8

2300
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1.8

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1.5
75/12/03
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1.4

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1.3

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49800
1.7
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75/12/03
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181
85
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STATION NA*E	I |_A6 I STREAM I LAB IRESIDuE IRESIDUt IRESIDUE IRESIDuE IRESIDuE IRESIDUE I
LAT - LONG	I IuEnT. I Flow 1 Ph I TCTAl I TOT VOL 101SS-1051 TOT MFlTIVOL NrLTI 01SS-180 I
STORET 	DATE TIME DEPTH! NUMBER I CFS I SU I HG/L I MG/L IC MG/L I MG/L I MG/L IC MG/L I
49 SLCOGH AT KI WAN I S PARK
44 04 05.0 116 56 07.0 1
75/08/04
1330
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75/08/05
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75/06/06
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24
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32452
26.OJ





75/08/07
1540
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	STORET *	OATE TIME DEPTHI NU"BER I CFS I SU t *G/L I MG/L IC MG/L I MG/L I MG/L IC MG/LI	
FARCERS OITCHU INGt^O NR PAYETTE
44 01 47.0 116 55 19.0 1
*153702 75/08/04
1230


22.9



75/08/05
1555
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32321
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34
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75/08/06
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32453
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20
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32348
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44 01 31.0 116 53 58.0 1







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75/08/05
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75/08/07
1710
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32373
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75/12/04
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75/08/04
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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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75/08/07
1525
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32369
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75/12/04
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44 00 43.0 116 50
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75/06/05
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44 00 31.0 116 49
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75/08/04
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75/08/05
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75/08/05
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43 58 44.0 116 47
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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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75/12/03
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75/12/04
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43 59 26.0 116 47
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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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75/08/07
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75/12/03
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1525
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21 78 12
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75/12/04
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	STATION NAI'F	I Laa I STREAM I LAB IRESIDUE IRESIQUt IRESIDUE IRESIDUE IRtSIDUE IRESICjE I	
	LAT - LONG	I IOENT. I FLOw I PH I TOTAL I TOT VOL i DISS-1051 TOT Nr LT1 VOL NFLT IDIS3-1301	
	STOET 	DATE TIME OEPTHI NUMBER I CFS I SU I MG/L I MG/L IC MG/L I MG/L I" MG/L IC K.G/L I	
DRAIN 5 BNK PAYETTF  (Bm 13.4)
43 56 51.0 116 47 10.0 4
<153740	75/08/05 1420 0003 32610	17.0	299	84	105	14	234
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43 58 b'j.O 115 47 08.0 4
"153739	75/0S/05 1415 0003 32609	3.0	270	111	12	5	241
PAYETTE R NR NEW PLYMOUTH HWY 52
43 58 09.0 116 46 30.0 4
75/06/05
1345
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32312
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122
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75/08/06
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116
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75/08/0 7
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32365
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154
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75/12/03
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3580.OJ
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43 57 50.0 116 45 42.0 4
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43 57 3fc.O 116 45 23.0 4
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75/08/06
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75/08/07
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43 57 09.0 116 44 56.0 4
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75/07/22
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43 57 16.0 116 43 00.0 4
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75/08/06
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75/08/07
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75/12/03
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75/08/07
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75/12/03
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75/06/05
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75/08/06
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75/08/07
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75/12/02
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75/08/05
75/08/06
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43 52 47.0 lib 29
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153683
75/38/05
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6
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75/08/06
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32328
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5
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75/08/07
1010
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75/12/02
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STATION NAME	I L48 I STREAM I LA8 I RESIDUE ISESIOut IRESIDuE IRESIDuE IRESIDUE (RESIDUE I	
LAT - LONG	I I9ENT. I FLOW I PM I TOTAL ITCT VOL 101SS-105! TOT NFLTIVOL r^FLT IDISS-130 I	<
STOET 	C4TE TIME DEPTHI NUMBER I CFS I SU I MG/L I MG/L IC MG/L t MG/L I MG/L IC MG/LI	<
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44 04 51.0 116 56 51.0 2
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75/08/07
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1 300
0003
77013
1400
0003
77014
1500
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77015
1600
0003
77016
1700
0003
77017
1800
0003
77018
1900
0003
77019
2000
0003
77020
2100
0003
77021
2200
0003
77022
2300
0003
77023
2400
0003
77024
0100
0003
77025
0200
0003
77026
0300
0003
77027
0400
0003
77028
0500
0003
77029
0600
0003
77030
0700
0003
77031
0P00
0003
77032
0900
0003
77033
100 0
0003
77034
1 100
0003
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FROZEN DCG DRAIN NR EWKETT
43 53 22.0 116 27 09.0 4
75/08/04
1310
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19
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75/08/06
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15
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75/08/07
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75/12/02
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43 55 50.0 116 26 22.0 4
75/06/04
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75/08/05

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75/OH/06
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44 05 01.0 116 57 OS.O 2
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75/08/04
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75/03/05
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75/08/04
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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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75/06/07
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32724
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75/0B/07
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75/12/02
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2.2

1500
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2.4

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2.1

1700
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2.6

1800
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2.0

1900
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2.0

2000
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1.9

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1.8

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75/12/03
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75/12/03
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75/12/02
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5.50
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3.80	3.40	2.70	44.0
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44 OS 01.0 116 57 05,
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0.36
3.35
3.35

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*	STATION \A"'	I L40 I STwEAM I NH 3N I TOT KjELIh02f>N03 IPHOS-TOT I PhOS-D ISI PHOS.-OI SI T ORG C IChLRPMYL
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75/06/07
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0.42
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1550
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0.43
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8.0
75/12/02
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75/12/04
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44 03 35.0 116 56 04.0 1
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44 02 33.0 116 55
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75/08/05
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0.16
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75/08/06
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5.0
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75/00/07
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5.0
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75/12/02
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0.01



0925
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0.49
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0.15

0.02

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0930
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75/12/03

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75/12/04

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75/08/04

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75/08/05
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75/08/06
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32349
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0.02

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4.0

75/0fa/O7
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75/12/02
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10 35
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CITY OF FUITLANf) STP LAGOON 2
44 02 15.0 116 55 32.0 2
75/0h/05
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75/08/06
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7.0

75/08/07
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75/12/04
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75/12/03
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75/12/03
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