WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS SYSTEM
SEMINAR DOCUMENTATION
Prepared for
EPA Region III
Philadelphia, PA
August 29, 1991
Presented by:
Phillip L. Taylor
Tetra Tech, Inc.
10306 Eaton Place, Suite 340
Fairfax, Va 22030
(703) 385-6000

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Water Quality Analysis System
August 29, 1991
EPA Region III
8:30 9:15	Introduction
	OWOW/AWPD DATA FILES
	Conversational Access software
	EPA NCC mainframe computer
	Access
	Workstations
9:15 - 10:00
Water Quality Analysis Interactive Procedures-Part I
	PARM
	CITY
	SIC
	ICAT

ISR
PATHSCAN
IFDRET
IFDPLOT

RCHDAT
DAMR
FLOW
DFLOW
10:00- 10:15 Break
10:15 - 10:30	Water Quality Analysis Interactive Procedures-Part II
Stream site analysis for stream reaches, USGS stream gages, drinking
water supplies, NPDES facilities, water qualtiy monitoring, cities, soild
waste disposal sites, wells and fish kills.
10:30 - llTOO	Reach File and Hydrologic Retrieval
	Reach File - RF1, RF2, and RF3
	STORET reach retrievals
	ISR
	PATHSCAN

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11:00 - 12:00	Environmental Display Manager (EDM)
	EDDM
	MDDM
	RF3 MDDM
	AFP
12:00-1:15	Lunch
1:15 - 2:00	PCS/STORET INTERFACE
	Browse
	STORET-
	Interactive PCS-STORET (IPS5)
2:00-2:15	Break
2:15 - 3:00	Mainframe
	Reach Pollutant Assessment (RPA3)
	GIS - RF3/ARCINFO
	Interactive Chart Utility (MF)
	UN1RAS (MF)
	Clean Lakes
	Other Topics
3:00 - 4:00
General Discussion and Regional Office Summary & Comments

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WQAS Quick Reference Guide
The Water Quality Analysis System (WQAS) is a family of conversational procedures thai creates reports and
graphics from environmental data maintained by EPA on its IBM mainframe computer located at Research Triangle
Park, North Carolina. Through the use of keywords and menus, the procedures provide quick response to specific
inquires. For example, the software could be used to determine the nearest drinking water supply downstream from
a waste discharger, to map water quality, dischargers and toxics along a specified stream, or to calculate the dilution
factor for a specific receiving stream.
Anyone with access to the EPA NCC-IBM mainframe computer, a valid USERID, and is a registered STORET user
(call STORET User Assistance at 800-424-9067 for information) can use the WQAS procedures.
The following is a description of the WQAS procedures available as of July 1,1991. Users are encouraged to contact
Tom Pandolfi of EPA/OWOW, Assessment and Watershed Protection Division (AWPD) at (202) 382-7030 to obtain
additional information and user's guides for the following procedures. All procedures can be executed at the TSO
"READY" prompt by issuing the command WQAB . Suffixes are listed below:
Procedures/Suffix
Description
ASIWPCA
BROWSE
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DAMR
DFLQW
HELP
FLOW
fFDPLOT
Furnishes information on the extent of stream use impairment due to point sources and
nonpoint sources reported for 1972, 1982, and 1985.
Provides easy retrieval of data from the Permit Compliance System (PCS-Office of
Wastewater, Enforcement and Compliance) and STORET water quality monitoring station
data. Data from an individual station of interest can be retrieved by specifying the STORET
agency and station codes or NPDES facility number (users must have PCS privileges in
order to access PCS data from this procedure). This procedure is used without the WQAB
command.
Allows acquisition of information from the City Master File. Given a city name, the
procedures provides latitude, longitude, stream names, reach numbers, census population, and
FIPS State-County numbers.
Allows the acquisition of criteria and standards data collected by the Regions and States
during the NEEDS survey given an NPDES number or reach number (these data should be
considered provisional until reviewed and checked by the appropriate Regional or State
personnel).
Provides information from the Corps of Engineers Inventory of 68,000 dams and
impoundments. Inquiries can be by state, cataloging unit or dam identification code.
Allows batch retrieval of flow data from STORET, and performs calculations using the
retrieved data. This procedure calculates a biologically-based receiving water design flow
based on a method developed by EPA in determining water quality-based pollution controls.
Provides a list of current WQAS procedures with a brief description for each procedure.
Provides daily flows or statistics to determine the mean flow and 7Q10 low flow when the
user enters a gage number, state, and desired years. Option is available to provide a user
file that is convenient for downloading.
Provides the ability to map specified geographic areas and environmental data using
keywords and menus.

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Procedures/Suffix
Description
IFDRET
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PATHSCAN
RCHOAT
RCHRET
RPA3
SIC
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STRAUX
Allows the user access to the Industrial Facilities Discharge (IFD) database for purposes of
generating standard format reports. Several retrieval and selection options are offered to
enable limited customization of the desired report.
Provides the ability to analyze, summarize, and report data from permitted facilities in PCS,
water quality stations in STORET, stream flows, downstream water supplies, bioassay
results, indirect discharges to POTWs and ASIWPCA results (users must have PCS
privileges in order to access PCS data from this procedure using the PCS/STORET
interface).
Provides a quick and easy capability for a variety of STORET retrievals, reports, analyses
and maps by supplying a stream reach number or a NPDES facility number. Option 6 is
a first-stage BOr> model that is a pan of STORET. This model uses discharge monitoring
(PCS DMR daL or validated users) and ambient water quality data from STORET to
predict DO con Tations downstream of dischargers and ambient data and the Gage File
for stream flow j velocities. The MSP STORET retrieval and analysis program is used
to input flow, isj, BOD, TSS, and temperature statistics into the model. NPDES facility
and ambient monitoring locations are selected by the Reach retrieval procedure.
Access to the STORET parameter file is provided by parameter number, CAS registry
number, or pollution groups and media. The batch option provides the capabilities to obtain
a complete list of the parameter file by parameter number, name, CAS number or group and
also a list for any group/sample media selection. Additional numbers of observations have
been added for each parameter.
Retrieves facility data, stream gages, stream flows and velocities, and drinking wa^
locations upstream or downstream from a specified location.
Provides stream flow and pipe discharge data for a user-specified NPDES number or stream
reach.
Creates a STORET graphical display of stream reaches from a user created external data file
containing reach numbers or basin codes.
Produces 13 different reports relating to the abundance and distribution of priority pollutants
(water column, sediment, fish tissue, NPDES permit limits, and Form 2Q. Reports are for
a requested cataloging unit or state.
Obtains SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) codes and descriptions used in the IFD fde.
The 1,000 codes and their descriptions are grouped in 11 major and 84 minor divisions and
can be obtained by use of a menu.
Accesses the IFD, Gage, Water Supply, City, Complex Effluent Toxicity Information System
(CETIS), FINDs, FISHKILLS, Reach Structure, Reach Trace, and STORET Water Quality
files. Inquiries can be made using a USGS gage number, water supply FRDS number,
NPDES number, Dunn and Bradstreet number, Needs Survey A/F number, city name, or
stream reach number. Various options Site Help provide reach data on locations of gages,
industrial and municipal discharges, -inking water intakes, surface- and ground-water
monitoring stations. On graphics terminals, the procedures display a reach trace with
locations of gages, dischargers, drinking water intakes, monitoring stations and cities.
Allows the user to make a STORET auxfile for mapping stream reaches by entering dis-
appropriate cataloging unit and reach number.

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OWOW/AWPD Dam FUes
Drinking Water Supply File - The Drinking Water Supply File contains information on 8,000 water supplies that utilize surface waters. Da^HPers
FRDS number, utility name, city, state, basin, latitude and longitude, stream reach, population served, water volume used, and locations
for plant, intakes, and sources.
Gage - The Stream Gage Data File contains information on approximately 36,000 stream gaging locations throughout the United States. Information
stored includes location of gaging stations, stream reach identification, types of data collected, frequency of data collection, media in which
the data are stored, identification of the collecting agency, where available, mean annual flow and 7 day/10 year low flow.
City - This file contains data on 53,000 cities, towns, and villages located in the United Stales and its possessions. Information on each city includes
the city's unique identification code; the county, state, major and minor river basin, and congressional district within which it is
geographically located; stream reaches associated with the city; its latitude and longitude; and its census population data.
Dam - Inventory of 68,000 dams produced by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers which provides type, ownership, purpose, height, volume, surface area,
latitude-longitude, stream reach.
Industrial Facilities - The Industrial Facilities Discharge File contains information on 128,000 NPDES industrial and municipal facilities (active and
inactive) useful for environmental analyses. Data consists of NPDES, DUNS, and Needs A/F numbers with name, address, basin, latitude
and longitude, stream reach, flow, SIC codes, discharge type for facility and pipe level, and industrial category. Indirect discharges to
POTW systems are also included.
CETIS - The Complex Effluent and Toxicity Information System contains Bioassay results from NPDES discharge toxicity tests.
ASIWPCA  Streams reported in the Americas' Clean Water - STEP report by the Associations of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control
Administrators (ASIWPCA) covering water quality impairments for 1972, 1982, and 1984 and indexed to the version 1 reach file.
ICAT - Industrial categories used in effluent guidelines studies are grouped with standard industrial classification (SIC) indexes.
STORET PARM - Information on 13,000 STORET parameters indicating reporting units, media, CAS registry number, and chemical/biolog^^^^.
ODES - The Ocean Data Evaluation System is an extensive system of software for managing and analyzing marine environmental monitoring data.
PCS - The Permit Compliance System contains NPDES permit compliance, tracking and discharge monitoring reports for active permitted facilities.
Reach File - The River Reach File provides hydrologic connectivity between geographic locations and historical data created for the express purpose
of performing hydrologic routing for modeling programs. The Reach File, Version 1, contains 68,000 stream reaches covering 100% of
the continental U.S. and is indexed with STORET, IFD, drinking water supplies, stream gages, and fishkills. Version 3 covers 80% of the
U. S. and provides hydrologic linkages for 3.5 million reaches based on the USGS DLG data.
STORET-BIOS - A component of STORET containing distribution, abundance, physical condition, and habitat description of aquatic organisms.
These are integrated with the water quality file and linked to the reach file, PCS, IFD, and Gage files.
STORET-USGS Row - Contains daily stream observations of stream flow and miscellaneous water quality at USGS gaging stations. These data
represent more than 695,000 water years for over 29,000 gages.
STORET - WQ - The agency's water quality system containing physical, chemical, and biological parameters. More than 800 monitoring
organizations have provided 175 million parametric observations from 700,000 sampling locations for surface water, ground water, fish
tissue, and sediment. The sample locations are indexed to the reach file IFD, GAGE, and drinking water files with a PCS interface.
STORET - Tissue - Tissue sample results cover over 530 parameters including metals, organics, and pesticides specific to species, tissue type, length,
weight, and sex. These data and stations are integrated with the water quality file and indexed to the reach file with indexes to IFD, Gage,
drinking water files and the PCS interface.
STORET Form 2C - Priority pollutant data reported by NPDES second round permits are in STORET referenced by the permit number and can be
integrated with the water quality data and PCS data with the PCS/STORET interface.
WBS - The Water body System data base contains water quality assessment information collected by states for 305(b) reporting. These c^^^^e
as an inventory of each state's navigable waters that have been assessed.

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WQAS Computer Technology
WQAS is	to take full advantage of EPA's central computer and communications network,
but also to be both device and data independent. The central concept is to provide, easy access to
data thru any reasonable access method, and then to provide data, graphics, images, and documents
that can be tiansfcned to any number of output devices, software packages, or computer systems.
The design ties together the best workstation technology, the best graphics technology, and the best
pnnung technology.
Workstations
Personal Coapster The WQAS personal computer shows the potential for	access to en-
vironmental data available to personal computers thru local area networks and 3270 emulation.
The WQAS personal computer shows software that runs on a local area network that can integrate
with both PC and host based programs. The system uses IBM's newest technology, but is also fully
compatible with EPA's plans for computer equipment and information access.
3270 Termiaal: The WQAS 3270 terminal demonstrates the information and graphics capabilities
that are available to all EPA system users using EPA supported graphics terminals.
Graphics
IBM's Graphics Display and Data Management System (GDDMV The future of WQAS is built
on IBM system level graphics. This means that WQAS is not constrained by the limitations ol
software from secondary vendors, and that the graphics and images from WQAS can be transported
across all levels of supported IBM technology.
UNIRAS Graphics The WQAS software uses the UNIRAS software on the EPA central computer
to create device independent graphics. The graphics created by UNIRAS can be exchanged between
the EPA computer and high performance standalone computers like those built by Sun Technol-
ogies and Tektronix, Inc.
Environmental Data Display Manager (EDDM) Mapping and Data Display Manager (MDDM).
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The graphics, images, text, and documents can all be prmted by the IBM Advanced Function
Printing (AFP) sonware supported on the EPA central computer network.

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Water Quality Analysis System Documentation
Water Quality Analysis Interactive Procedures - Part I
Water Quality Analysis Interactive Procedures - Part II
Environmental Data Display Manager (EDDM) User's Guide
Technical Description of the Reach File
Mapping and Data Display Manager (MDDM) User's Guide
RF3 Mapping and Data Display Manager (MDDM) User's Guide
Reach Pollutant Assessment User's Guide
DFLOW User's Manual
Availability of Information on Dams and Impoundments Data
PCS STORET Interface

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WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
INTERACTIVE PROCEDURES
PART I
Water Quality Analysis Branch
Monitoring and Data Support Division
Office of Water Regulations and Standards
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
June 1986
(DRAFT)

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INTERACTIVE ANALYSIS PROCEDURES
This manual contains descriptions of a number of interactive analysis
procedures that are ava:.dble to users of EPA's IBM 3090 mainframe computer
system (located at the National Computer Center (NCC) in Raleigh, North
Carolina) who are interested in the retrieval and analysis of EPA-maintain?i
water quality lata. These procedures were developed and are maintained b
the Water Quality Analysis Branch (WQAB) of the Monitoring and Data Suppo
Division with support from the Program Systems Division (PSD) at EPA
Headquarters in Washington, D. C.
The data retrieval and analysis capabilities documented in this manual have
been used extensively in program support activities such as regulatory
impact analyses, needs survey analyses, discharge and stream dilution
studies, priority pollutant studies, and indirect discharge studies.
These procedures function in a fully conversational mode, i.e., the
procedures first prompt the user for specific information, and then perform
the user's request based on the response to the prompt, all while the user
remains online. The data files accessed by these procedures all reside on
the IBM mainframe located at EPA's NCC.
For more information on the capabilities of these procedures and how to use
them, contact:
WH-553
OWRS
Monitoring and Data Support Division
Water Quality Analysis Branch
FTS/202 382-7046
The procedures described in this manual include the following:
WQAB
PROCEDURE
NAME
FUNCTION
ASIWPCA to obtain stream use designation information for one or more
reaches within a state.
CITY
to retrieve.information about a city from EPA's City Master
File. By entering only a city name, users can obtain the city's
latitude and longitude, population data, information on stream
reaches associated with the city, and other information.
FLOW
to obtain stream flow data for a U.S. Geological Survey gaging
station.
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HELP
to provide helpful information on the purpose and use of the
WQAB analysis procedures.
ICAT	to provide a listing of Standard Industrial Classification codes
associated with Industrial Categories.
PARM	to retrieve information about STORET parameters via a number of
selection options, which include parameter number, parameter
group, sample media, and CAS registry number. Capabilities
include obtaining copies of reports offline through the
submission of batch jobs.
PATHSCAN to retrieve information on NPDES and drinking water facilities
located upstream or downstream from a specified location. The
procedure accesses EPA's IFD, Water Supply, Gage, and Reach
files.
RCHDAT	to retrieve streamflow and pipe discharge data for
user-specified stream reaches and NPDES facilities.
SIC	to obtain listings of the 1,000 Standard Industrial
Classification (SIC) codes and their descriptions.
These analysis procedures access information contained in a number of EPA
data files developed and maintained by the WQAB and PSD. To effectively use
these procedures, users should be familiar with the names and content of the
data files listed below. Except for the STORET Water Quality and Flow
Files, all data files are in the EPA In-House System (IHS) format. Users
should also be familiar with the terminology associated with industrial and
municipal facilities.
FILE NAME	CONTENT
Parameter The Parameter File contains information on over 10,000 different
parameters defined to the STORET Water Quality File. The term
parameter is a designation for an individual element, or water
quality measurement, for which values relating to water quality
are associated. Associated with each parameter is a parameter
code, a one- to five-digit number that is unique to each
individual parameter. Information available includes the code
number, authorized abbreviations, the location of the decimal
point in measured values of the parameter, its unit of
measurement, a parameter description, the parameter group with
which it is associated, when the parameter was requested and by
whom, and the number of observations of the parameter that are
stored in the Water Quality File.
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Water	The Water Quality File (WQF) is a collection of data relating
Quality to the quality of the waterways within and contiguous t- the
United States. These data are gathered by a process a '.ed
water quality monitoring whereby samples are taken of v ;er from
streams, rivers, lakes, and other belies of water. Tlie ?
samples are then analyzed within a laboratory to deter le the
presence, and if present the amount, of pollutants an ;her
particulates within the samples. The findings of the analyses
are stored as data in the WQF.
The information within the WQF consists of two basi ypes of
data: station data, which describe and categorize i
geographical location of where a sample was taken; and
parametric data, which describe the conditions under which a
sample was taken (such as date, time, depth, and sampling
conditions) as well as the results of the sample analyses. The
types of data stored in the WQF include ambient, sediment, fish
tissue, ground water, water supply, intensive survey, stream
flow, facility discharge, and toxic pollutants.
Flow	The Flow File is a collection of daily water flow data gathered
at U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) gaging stations located
throughout the country. The file is composed of approximately
85 percent streamflow data, indicating the quantity of water
flowing past the gaging sites, while the remaining 15 percent of
the file consists of water level and water quality parameters,
including temperature, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH,
chloride, and suspended sediment. Uses of Flow File data
include conducting regulatory impact analyses (RIA), developing
water monitoring strategy, and analyzing waste load allocations,
where the flow data are used to compute loadings. The
computation of loadings allows users to convert water quality
measurements, i.e., concentrations, to quantitative
measurements, e.g., pounds per day.
Currently, the file contains in excess of 630,000 records, each
representing a single water year's worth of data, for over
27,000 gaging sites. A typical gage may have up to 30 years of
flow data; some have more than 42 years of data. EPA receives
new data for the Flow File from the USGS biannually,
approximately every March and September, at which time the data
are made available to the STORET user community. (The last date
of update for the Flow File can be determined by issuing the
STORET command procedure %STORUN.)
IFD	The Industrial Facilities Discharge Pile contains information on
58,000 NPDES industrial and municipal facilities useful for
environmental analyses. Data consists of NPDES, DONS, and Needs
A/F numbers with name, address, basin, latitude and longitude,
stream reach, flow, SIC codes, discharge type for facility and
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pipe level, and industrial category. Indirect discharges to
POTW systems are also included.
Water	The Drinking Water Supply File contains information on some
Supply	8,000 water supplies that utilize surface waters. Data covers
FRDS number, utility name, city, state, basin, latitude and
lor^itude, stream reach, population served, water volume used,
and locations for plant, intakes, and sources.
Stream	The Stream Gage Data File contains information on approximately
Gage	36,000 stream gaging locations throughout the United States.
Information stored includes location of gaging stations, stream
reach identification, types of data collected, frequency of data
collection, media in which the data are stored, identification
of the collecting agency, and where available, mean annual flow
and 7 day/10 year low flow. Included in the file are those
gaging stations (approximately 17,000) that are considered to
have the longest periods of natural flow data, i.e., flow not
affected by human activities.
Reach	The Reach File contains data on 62,000 stream reaches that have
been hydrologically linked to support environmental analyses.
The file contains stream reach number, stream name, type of
reach, stream level coding, and length. Linkages to lake and
wide river reaches are also included. There are 72,000 segments
defined in the REACH File, covering stream reaches, and lake and
coastal shorelines.
City	This file contains data on all cities, towns, and villages
located in the United States and its possessions. Information
on each city includes the city's unique identification code; the
county, state, major and minor river basin, and congressional
district within which it is geographically located; stream
reaches associated with the city; its latitude and longitude;
and its census population data.
To invoke an interactive procedure at the NCC, you must be in TSO mode, and
your TSO userid must be designated to the system as a STORET userid.
Procedure names are entered in response to a READY prompt while in TSO
mode. The WQ-TP (Terminal Procedures) chapter of the WQ part of the STORET
User Handbook documents the procedures required to interface with the STORET
system via remote terminals. Refer to this chapter for examples of logging
on to TSO.
These procedures are also discussed in online help data sets. Enter WQAB
HELP after a READY prompt to enter this procedure. Users should
periodically scan WQAB HELP to learn of any changes or additions made to
this information.
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In the examples shown in this manual, which portray terminal sessions
invoking the procedures, lowercase letters represent user input, and
uppercase letters represent the computer's response. A cr following a
lowercase entry denotes a carriage return. In the descriptions, brackets
([]) denote that the enclosed operand may be specified at the user's option;
brackets enclosing a column of two or more operands also indicate an
optional choice: only one may be specified, but all may be omitted:
similarly, a vertical bar separating two or more operands on a line
indicates a similar optional choice. Braces (|^) denote that one of the
enclosed operands must be specified. References in these procedure
descriptions to the entering of a null line in response to a procedure
prompt mean that a carriage return () only (i.e., no data nor even a
blank) is to be keyed on that line.
One following note pertains to the priorities associated with the execution
of TSO interactive procedures at NCC, which influence the cost of these
terminal sessions and of any jobs initiated through these procedures. TSO
interactive sessions (such as WQAB procedure executions) bear a 1.0
weighting factor. However, batch jobs submitted from a WQAB procedure, such
as FLOW or PARM, carry a processing priority of 4, which has a weighting
factor of 2.0.
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WQAB
HELP
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB HELP procedure provides information on the use of the
WQAB interactive analysis procedures, and contains an up-to-date
list of all procedures available to users.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB HELP
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. Figure 1 shows entering the help procedure and
the help files that can be listed. It also shows the response for
information on the FLOW procedure. Entering "end" in response to the ENTER
NAME prompt returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
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Figure 1
The WQAB HELP Procedure
WQAB-HELP
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WQAB
CITY

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WQAB
CITY
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB CITY inter a-*- :ve analysis procedure allows users to
interactively retrieve data from the IHS City File that pertains
to a given city. The file contains information on over 35,000
cities, towns, and villages located in all states and
possessions of the United States. Having only a city name,
users can easily and quickly obtain much useful information
pertaining to that city including its latitude and longitude
coordinates, census data, major and minor river basin codes, the
county a. :ongressional district in which it is located, and
information on stream reaches associated with the city. These
data assist users in the use of other interactive analysis
procedures.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB CITY
DESCRIPTION
fh is procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. Figure 1 depicts the processing logic of the
procedure. After first responding with a brief description of the
procedure, WQAB CITY prompts for either a city name or a city, state
designation, as follows: ENTER CITY NAME OR CITY,STATE or END.
If a city name and state designation are entered, the ptocedure immediately
lists the information for that city, and upon completion, prompts for the
next city name or city, state designation. Figure 2 shows the procedure's
response to the entry of Seattle,wa.
If a city name without a state code designation is entered, the procedure
responds with a list of the states (and associated counties) that have a
city by that name. The information on the desired city is then obtained by
entering the appropriate two-character state code in response to the REQUEST
STATE CODE prompt. After the requested city's information is listed, user's
can request information on the same city name located in other states.
Figure 3 shows the procedure's responses to the entry of the city name
leesburg, and to the entry of the state code for Virginia.
The procedure is terminated by entering "end" in response to the ENTER CITY
NAME prompt.
WQAB-CITY
1

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READY
end
LISTS
INDEX
state-code
REQUEST
STATE CODE
TERMINATION
MESSAGE
clty,state-code
LISTS CITY
INFORMATION
LISTS CITY
INFORMATION
INFORMATIONAL
TEXT
ENTER
CITY NAME OR
CITY,STATE OR
END
uppercase denotes system proapt or response
lowercase denotes user input
KEY
Figure 1
Flow Diagram of the WQAB CITY Procedure
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r
ENYER CITY NAME OR CITY,STATE OR "END" Seattle,wa
=============STATE-COUNTY: 53033  WASHINGTON
jiATE CODE SELECTED: 53
** SEATTLE	**
CITY# : 76160
LATITUDE: 474000
LONGITUDE: 1221500
FLAG: C
mAJ/MIN BASIN: 1311
SMSA: 7600
CITY NAME: SEATTLE
COUNTY NAME: KING
j.y60 CENSUS: 557087
1970 CENSUS: 530831
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: 99
* STREAM REACH(S) ASSOCIATED WITH CITY *
*"ON"-CITY ON REACH;"OFF"-CITY NEAR REACH
CAT# SEG MILES FLG*
7110012
011

7100105
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ON
7110012
001
ON
7110012
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7110012
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ON
7110012
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7110012
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ON
7110013
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7110013
004
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7110019
085
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7110019
086
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7110019
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ENTER CITY NAME OR CITY,STATE OR "END"
Figure 2
Procedure Response to a City,State Entry
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ENTER CITY NAME OR CITY,STATE
*INDX = lOPOINTER(S)
STATE-COUNTY: 34011 
STATE-COUNTY: 51107 
si- ATE-COUNTY: 18085 
sTATE-COUNTY: 39071 
sTATE-COUNTY: 39159 
sTATE-COUNTY: 01019 
sTATE-COUNTY: 12069 
STATE-COUNTY: 13177 
STATE-COUNTY: 21097 
STATE-COUNTY: 48063 
OR "END" leesburg
NEW JERSEY
VIRGINIA
INDIANA
OHIO
OHIO
ALABAMA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
KENTUCKY
TEXAS
REQUEST STATE CODE: va
=============STATE-COUNTY: 51107  VIRGINIA
STATE CODE SELECTED: 51
** LEESBURG	**
CITY# : 51000 '
LATITUDE: 390654
LONGITUDE: 773348
FLAG: *
rcAJ/MIN BASIN: 0214
SMSA: 3840
CITY NAME: LEESBURG
v-wuNTY NAME: LOUDOUN
iyt>0 CENSUS: 2869
1970 CENSUS: 4821
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: 10
UO YOU WANT TO SEE THE SAME CITY IN ANOTHER STATE? "Y(ES)" OR "N(O)" y
REQUEST STATE CODE:
Figure 3
Procedure Response to a City Name Entry
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HER NOTES AND COMMENTS
The information listed for a city includes a CITY#, a SMSA designation, and
optionally a FLAG code (see Figures 2 and 3). The CITY# is a 5 digit city
code established by EPA that is unique among all cities, towns, and villages
in the United States and its possessions. SMSA is the Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Are*, code established by the Census Bureau. The FLAG code
pertains to the latitude and longitude of the city, as follows:
Code	Explanation
C	The lat/long of the city was changed by EPA HQ
*	The lat/long was updated by atlas data
N	New atlas record with city lat/long
The absence of a FLAG code denotes that the lat/long given are of the center
of the county in which the city is located.
The names of cities and state codes must be correctly spelled, as the system
searches for exactly what was entered. Abbreviations are not valid
entries. For example, an entry of lesburg will not result in the listing
shown in Figure 3. City names that are composed of two or more words, such
as Little Rock, should be entered with a space between the words. However,
when entering a city name, state code combination, there must not be a space
after the comma, as shown in the first line of Figure 2.
Responses to the REQUEST STATE CODE prompt must be two characters in length,
ut may be either alphabetic or numeric. Thus a leading zero of a single
digit state code must be entered, e.g., 05 for the state of California.
The procedure has a number of messages it lists in response to incorrect or
invalid user entries. Most are self explanatory and simply request that the
user try again. Should the procedure ever seem to be in a loop, enter "end"
to return to the TSO READY mode, from which the procedure can be reentered.
WQAB-CITY
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WQAB
PATHSCAN

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WQAB
PATHSCAN
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB PATHSCAN interactive analysis procedure enables users
to retrieve information on NFDES and drinking water facilities
that are upstream or downstream from a specific location. The
location of interest can be specified by any one of several
pointers, including an NPDES number, a stream gage number, a
drinking water supply, or a stream reach number. The procedure
responds with the number of reaches, pipes, and drinking water
supply plants-intakes-sources that are located on the stretch of
water of interest, and gives the user the option to list detail
data on the facilities retrieved.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB PATHSCAN
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. Each pass through the procedure entails entering
responses to the first six prompts shown in the box below and as described
in detail below. Entering "end" to the STARTING POINT prompt terminates the
procedure and returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.

READY
1
STARTING POINT OR END:
2
UP/DOWN(0/D)?
3
LEVEL3
4
MILES-
5
REPORT ON DRINKS (Y/N)?
6
DETAIL(Y/N)?
7
CONTINUE (RETURN/N)?

STARTING POINT OR END:
WOAB-PATHSCAN
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|IRST PROMPT; STARTING POINT OR END:
This is the first prompt given for each pass through the procedure. One of
the following responses can be entered:
P=npdes# [(pipe#) ]
P=d*b#/D&B
P=needs#/NEEDS
G=usgs-gage#
R=reach#
D=f rds# [(Pplant# [Iintake# [Ssource# ] ]) ]
END
where:
npdes# is a valid NPDES number assigned as a primary station
code for the facility of interest. This nine-character code
consists of a two-character alpha FIPS state code abbreviation,
followed by a six-digit unstructured sequence number, followed
by a one-digit check digit.
pipe# is a one- to three-digit numerical value denoting a
specific pipe at the facility. If specified, pipe# must be
enclosed within parentheses; leading zeros are not required.
d&b# is a valid nine-digit Dun and Bradstreet number. DUNS
(Data Universal Numbering System) numbers already exist for most
regulated facilities and can be identified through EPA's FINDS
database. Users should contact the group that maintains FINDS
in their EPA regional office to determine if a D&B number
already exists for their facility. If not, the FINDS group will
create one. D&B numbers are 12 characters in length, beginning
with a 2 character state code followed by the letter D (however,
these alphabetic characters are not to be entered for this
procedure), followed by a nine-digit code. This D&B number must
be followed by a slash and "d&b", which identifies the code to
the procedure as being a D&B number.
needs# is a valid nine-digit Needs (or authority/facility)
identification number from the 1980 Needs Survey that identifies
collection facilities or treatment plants. The first 2 digits
of this number are the FIPS numerical state code. This value
must be followed by a slash and the word "needs".
usgs-qage# is a valid stream gage number, which consists of an
8- to 15-digit number, appended to the alphabetic code
identifying the contributing US Geological Survey agency.
WQAB-PATHSCAN
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reach# is a valid 11-digit reach number, which consists of an
8-digit USGS hydrologic cataloging unit code followed by a
3-digit stream segment number.
frds# is a valid Federal Reporting Data System (FRDS) number
that identifies a drinking water supply.
plant# is a three character value denoting a specific treatment
plant associated with the drinking water supply. This value
must be preceded by the letter P and enclosed within
parentheses. If no plant designator is provided, then the first
such plant designator at the specified drinking water supply
that has been assigned a reach number will be selected.
IintaketSsource# are valid designations for the intake and
secondary source for the facility. If specified, these values
must follow plant#, and the entire Pplant#Iintake#Ssource# value
must be enclosed within parentheses. The intake# must be
preceded by the letter I, and the source# by the letter S.
END Entering "end" terminates the PATHSCAN procedure and
returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
A set of correct entries to the first prompt of the PATHSCAN procedure is
given below. Figure 1 also shows a correct response.
A carriage return passes the information to the procedure and the second
prompt is given. Invalid or nonexistent starting point entries are not
determined by the procedure until it processes the response to the REPORT ON
DRINKS prompt.
SECOND PROMPT; DP/DOWN (0/D)?
Either a u or d must be entered in response to this second procedure
prompt. 0 requests an upstream retrieval, D a downstream retrieval.
Entering a null line only results in a repeat of the prompt.
p=pa0022047
p=pa0022047(l)
p=042157644/d&b
p=180061001/needs
g=usgs03022500
r=0 2040203001
d=pal510004
d=pal510004(p2)
d=pal510004(p2ils2)
npdes#
npdes#(pipe#)
d&b#/D&B
needs*/NEEDS
usgs-gage#
reach#
frds#
frds#(Pplant#)
frds# (Pplant#Iintake#Ssource#)
WQAB-PATHSCAN
3

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THIRD PROMPT: LEVEL=
The response to this prompt specifies the stream levels that are to be
included in the data retrieval. Its format is
{[+11-[n
where n denotes the stream level and can be any integer beginning with z
A zero stream level refers to that level of stream on which the STARTIN
POINT is located or represents. A one value causes retrieval on the s
level plus the next level; a two, the same level plus the next two lev 3;
and so on. A plus sign indicates the retrieval is upstream, a minus sign
downstream. Thus if the starting point is on a level 3 stream, a +1 will
retrieve levels 3 and 4, and a -1 will retrieve levels 3 and 2.
All retrievals by stream level are subject to the mileage limitation, if
any, as specified in response to the next prompt.
Entering a null line will retrieve all levels, also subject to any mileage
1 imitation.
FOURTH PROMPT: MILES*
The response to this prompt specifies the number of miles, either upstream
or downstream from the starting point, that the procedure is to search for
facilities. The value can be any numerical value, and may include a decimal
value.
This miles value will be overridden by any stream level restriction
specified in the preceding prompt. Conversely, this miles value will
override a stream level restriction.
If no miles value is specified, the procedure will search to the end of the
hydologic system, limited to any stream levels if specified.
FIFTH PROMPT: REPORT ON DRINKS (Y/N) ?
This prompt asks whether data from the Water Supply File are to be retrieved
along with NPDES and gage facilities. If retrieved, any such facility is
identified by the word DRINK in the output listing. Either yes or no (or y
or n) must be entered; entering a null line only results in a repeat of the
pr ompt.
Upon entry of this response, the procedure lists the date and time and a
summary of the number of reaches and pipes, and if this last response was
yes, the number of piants-intakes-sources retrieved. See Figure 1 for an
example of this summary listing.
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^IXTH AND SEVENTH PROMPTS: DETAIL (Y/W)? and CONTINUE (RETURN/N)?
The last two prompts pertain to the listing of the data retrieved by the
procedure. Detailed data are listed by reach, in ascending or descending
reach number order depending on whether the search was upstream or
downstream.
The CONTINUE prompt is given after 55 lines of data have been listed. Video
display terminal users may make a hard copy at this point and clear the
screen before continuing.
A no response to either prompt will terminate the detail listing; the
STARTING POINT OR END prompt will then follow. A null response to the
DETAIL prompt will also terminate the procedure. A null response to the
CONTINUE prompt will continue the listing of the detailed data.
OTHER NOTES AND COMMENTS
Most of the information provided in the detail listing should be self
explanatory. Data are printed by reach, and each grouping begins with a
line of data describing the reach. Following each reach descriptor line are
individual lines for each gage, drink, and pipe facility retrieved. Each
line begins with the mileage location of the facility on the reach.
kEach reach descriptor line includes an alphabetic code identifying the type
|f reach, as follows:
Transport Reach Types
Type Mean ing	Type Meaning
A	Artificial Lake
B	Bi-Directional
E	Entry
M	Artificial Open Water
N	Non-Connected
R	Regular
S	Start
T	Terminal
V	Open Water Terminal
X	Terminal Start
Z	Terminal Ehtry
Shoreline Reach Types
Type Mean ing	Type Mean ing
C Continetal Shoreline
G Great Lakes Shoreline
I Island Shoreline
L lake Shoreline
W wide-River Shoreline
Scattered through the detail listing are "-l"s and "?"s. The -1 indicates
an empty numerical field; the ? indicates an empty alphabetic or
WQAB-PATHSCAN
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alphanumeric field. For each line pertaining to a pipe, the alphabetic code
immediately preceding the SIC codes indentifies the use and disposal c
water used by the facility, and can be a P (process), C (cooling), B ( .h
process and cooling), or 0 (other type of disposal). DA stands for dr ia'
ar ea.
The data conta.'.ied in the Water Supply File pertaining to surface wat
utilities serving populations less than 25,000 but greater than 1,000 :e
not as complete and reliable as data on utilities serving population jver
25,000. Consequently these utilities are noted with an asterisk (* r a
letter N a*- the beginning of their line of data. See Figure 1 for
example of such a notation.
PATHSCAN is limited to the retrieval of 1,000 locations so requests should
define a reasonable hydrologic area.
WQAB-PATHSCAN
7

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WQAB
PARM

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WQAB
PARM
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WOAB PARM interactive analysis procedure allows users to
interactively retrieve from the Parameter File information that
pertains to any of the thousands of STORET parameters.
Parameter information can be retrieved from the system in a
variety of methods. When a parameter code is known, information
concerning it can be retrieved simply by entering the parameter
code. Information can also be obtained on parameters associated
with a specific Chemical Abstract Service registry number, or
with a specific parameter group and media code. And the
procedure provides an easy way to obtain complete lists of
parameters sorted by parameter code, name, CAS number, group,
and number of observations by region.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB PARM
iDESCRIPTION
^his procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. The first prompt asks if the user wishes to see a
descriptive narrative of the procedure. A response of yes lists the
narrative, a no bypasses it. The procedure then lists the following option
menu, which lists the 5 output options available to the user:
*	1)	STORET PARAMETER
*	2)	CASK#
*	3)	GROUP/MEDIA
*	4)	BATCH (REPORTS FOR ALL PARAMETERS)
*	5)	END
OPTION?
To initiate the procedure, the user enters one of the appropriate single
digit numerical codes shown in the option menu; any other response will
result in a repeat of the option menu. Each o these options is discussed
in detail below. Whenever an option is terminated (as described below), the
WQAB-PARM
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user is returned to this main option menu. Entering a 5 to this option menu
terminates the procedure and returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
OPTION 1
Upon entering a 1 in response to the OPTION? prompt, the user is prompted
for the parameter code for which complete information is desired. Leading
zeros for this up-to-five digit code are not required. If the parameter
code is found in the Parameter File, the response is as shown in Figure 1,
which shows the information listed for parameter code 300, dissolved
oxygen. If the entered code is not valid, the system responds with a NOT
POUND message and repeats the ENTER S-T-O-R-E-T PARAMETER NUMBER prompt. A
reply of "end" to this prompt returns the user to the option menu.
Information provided includes the number of observations of the parameter
that are stored within the Water Quality File. Figures are given for total
observations as of 1977, as well as for a more recent date (July 1985 in
Figure 1) for surface water and for ground water.
ANALYSIS TYPE refers to the type of analysis performed on the parameter.
Values can be 1 (total), 2 (dissolved), or 3 (suspended). REPORTING UNITS
gives the unit of measurement associated with the stored values of the
parameters. The ORIGIN OF REQUEST lines refer to the organization that
initially requested that the parameter be assigned a STORET parameter code.
Major codes can be E (for EPA), F (other federal), or S (state). Minor
codes refer to the specific organization within the major code that made the
request.
OPTION 2
This option provides a listing of STORET parameter codes that are associated
with a specific Chemical Abstract Service registry number. Upon entering a
2 in response to the option menu prompt, the user is prompted to enter a
valid five- to eight-digit CAS number. This number must contain no embedded
blanks or hyphens. If found, the procedure responds with the total number
of occurrences found and asks whether they are to be listed (see Figure 2).
In response to a yes, WQAB PARM lists the parameter codes found and issues
another ENTER CASN prompt. In response to a no, the procedure issues an
ENTER CASN prompt. If the CAS number is not found, the procedure so
indicates and reissues the ENTER CASN prompt. A reply of "end" to this
prompt returns the user to the option menu.
OPTION 3
This option provides a listing of STORET parameter codes that belong to a
specific parameter group and sample media. The descriptive narrative
available upon entering this procedure lists the different parameter groups
WQAB-PARM
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OPTION?
1
ESTER S-r-O-R-E-r PARAMETER NUMBER OR "END" 300
< >: 00300
GROUP CODE: 04	(DISS.OXYGEN)
SAMPLE MEDIA: W (WATER)
ANALYSIS TYPE: 2 (DISSOLVED
REPORTING UNITS: A (MG/L)
AGC: *
DECIMAL POINT: 2 (XXXXXX.X)
SHORT NAME: 00
,'IG/L
FULL :IA.'1E: OXYGEN, DISSOLVED	1G/L
ENTRY OATE "YY.'IM " : 6507
ORIGIN OF REQUEST,'lAJORi E
ORIGIN OF REQUESTMINOR: STORET
REVISION DATE "YYMM": 3606
CAS NUMBER: 7782447
TOTAL OBSERVATIONS AS OF 1977: 2319715
PERCENTS 1972-77: 43
PERCENTS 1967-71: 32
PERCENTS PRE-1967: 24
<< SURFACE .JATER> >
* NUCIUERS OF OBSERVATIONS AS OF JULY 1985 *
3Y ;PA REGION :.'0N-G3 AND ALL

NGS
ALL

NGS
ALL
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172407
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249720
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160595
194594
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116305
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459402
496808
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88127
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793901
929855
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130392
225191
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567117
469030
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270783
324221



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CANADAALL -	77194
NASOAN	-	59364
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ALL USERS -	43805
NON US3S -	20244
NTER S-T-O-R-E-T PARAMETER NUMBER OR "END" end
1)	STORET PARAMETER	
2)	cas;:i	
3)	GROUP/'lEDIA	*
4)	BATCH (REPORTS FOR ALL PARAMETERS) *
5)	END	
OPTION?
Figure 1
WQAB farm's Responses to Option 1
WQAB-PARM
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\
OPTION?
2
ENTER CASH, OR "END" 7782447
TOTAL OCCURRENCES 20
LIST? "Y(ES)" OR "N(O)" y
PARAMETER NUMBERS CONTAINING CAS# 7792447
00290 00292 00295 00299 00300 00301
00339 34047 34048 34049 71835 71840
80103 80104 80103 35550 85650 85651
85653 35654
ENTER CASU, OR
"END"
7782447
TOTAL OCCUFIRENC
IES 20

LIST? "Y(ES)"
OR "N(0)" n
ENTER CASN, OR
"END"
9687
NOT FOUND


ENTER CASN, OR
"END"
end
*	1)	STORET PARAMETER	*
*	2)	CASN#	*
*	3)	GROUP/;iEDIA	*
*	4)	BATCH (REPORTS FOR ALL PARAMETERS)*
*	5)	END	*
OPTION?
Figure 2
WQAB PARM's Responses to Option 2
WQAB-PARM
4

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^^Bnified via a numeric code) and sampling media {signified via an
^^habetic code) that can b searched for. Opon entering a 3 in response to
the option menu prompt, the user is prompted for a valid entry, which
consists of a single parameter group code followed by a single media code,
separated by a single slash. See Figure 3 for a listing of the parameters
found for group/media 4/V, which are the group and media codes for parameter
code 300 shown in Figure 1.
After listing the number of occurrences found, the procedure asks whether
they are to be listed, and if so, how many. These messages are repeated
until all have been listed, or a no response is entered, whereby the user is
again prompted to ENTER GROUP/MEDIA or END. A reply of "end" to this prompt
returns the user to the option menu.
Reading from left to right, each line of parameter information contains the
following items: parameter code, group number, sample media, CAS number (a
series of colons indicates there is no CAS number assigned to this parameter
code), and parameter text.
OPT 10 W 4
This batch option of the WQAB PARM procedure enables users to obtain
listings of the complete STORET parameter file sorted in any of these four
ences: by parameter code, parameter name, CAS number, or group number,
k parameter code listings that can be requested include* parameters in
eciflc group and sample media, in parameter code sequence?
number-of-observations of all parameters sampled in a region, in descending
number-of-observations order; and parameters defined as of a specified date,
in parameter code order. Also, four reports are available: a chemfate
report in parameter code order, a RCRA report in CAS number order, an I CAT
report, and a drinking water contaminants report. These listings and
reports represent large printouts and are printed offline at the EPA NCC in
Research Triangle Park or at a user's remote high speed printer. These are
special reports that report on specific groups of parameters of particular
interest to an organization or program. For instance, the RCRA report
(selection a) lists in CAS# order the 1700 parameters that pertain to ground
water monitoring data. Figure 5 shows a page of output of a drinking water
contaminants report (selection b). The asterisked contaminant
identification codes (CIC) denote regulated contaminants.
I
Upon entering a 4 in response to the option menu prompt, the user is first
prompted for the type of printed output desired, either laser print (8.5" x
11") or standard print (14" x 11"). A series o other prompts ask for the
user's assigned remote number and bin/box number, and for a type of user
code. Figure 4 shows one set of valid responses to these and other prompts
of this output option 4. After selecting the listing or report desired, the
procedure issues other prompts as necessary to obtain needed information
(e.g., the prompts for group and media codes for selection number S), and
l^^^a summary of the request. The user then has the option to submit the
WQAB-PARM
5

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OPTION?
3
EI'.TSR GROUP/MEDIA, OR "END" 4/w
TOTAL OCCURRENCES 15
LIST? "Y(ES)" OR "N(0)" y
ENTER NUMBER YOU WISH TO LIST 15
00290
04
W
7782447
DO UPT
AKLGHT BOT MG/
00292
04
w
7782447
DO 'JPTAKDARK BOT MG/~
00295
04
w
7782447
DO
ML/L
00299
04
w
7782447
DO
PROBE MG/L
00300
04
w
7782447
DO
MG/L
00301
04
w
7782447
DO
SATUR PERCENT
00336
04
w
10023156
OZONE
- RESIDUAL MG/L
00387
04
w
10028156
OZONE
MG/L
00389
04
w
7782447
DO
LAB-PROB MG/L
35650
04
w
7782447
DAY 02
UPTAKE MM/M2/HR
85G51
04
w
7782447
DAY 02
EVOLVED MM/M2/HR
35652
04
u

TIME
DAY 02 HR
35653
04
w
7782447
NIGHT
02UPTAKE MM/M2/HR
85654
04
w
7732447
NIGHT
02EV0LVED MM/M2/HR
35655
04
w

TIME
NIGHT 02HR
DO YOU WANT TO LIST MORE? "Y(ES)" OR "N(O)" y
HOW ;iA5JY MORE? 10
ALL RECORDS HAVE BEEN PRINTED.
ENTER GROUP/MEDIA, OR "END"
4/w
TOTAL OCCURRENCES 15

LIST? "Y(ES)" OR "N(0)" n

ENTER GROUP/MEDIA, OR "END"
end
* 1) STORET PARAMETER
*
* 2) CASN#
~
* 3) GROUP/MEDIA
*
* 4) BATCH (REPORTS FOR ALL PARAMETERS)*
* 5) END
*
OPTION?
Figure 3
WQAB PARM's Responses to Option 3
WQAB-PARM
6

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OPTION?
4
TYPE OP PRINTED OUTPUT
1)	LASER (8 X 11)
2)	STANDARD (IS X 11)
SELECT OPTION? 1
DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE YOUR SELECT OPTION? "(Y)ES/(N)0"n
H(EADQUARTERS). R(EOION) OR S(TATE) USER) 7 "H", R" OR "S" s
ENTER YOUR BIN/BOX.
2222
SELECT BY NUMBER
1.	PARAMETER* ORDER. COMPLETE FILE WILL BE PRINTED.
2.	NAME ORDER. COMPLETE FILE WILL BE PRINTED.
3.	CASN* ORDER. COMPLETE FILE WILL BE PRINTED.
4.	GROUP ORDER. COMPLETE FILE WILL BE PRINTED.
5.	GROUP fc SAMPLE MEDIA SELECTION.
6.	NUMBER OBSERVATIONS FOR REGION.
7.	ENTRY DATE "YYMM" REPORT IN PARAMETER# ORDER.
3.	CHEMFATE REPORT IN PARAMETER ORDER.
9.	RCRA REPORT IN CAS* ORDER.
A.	ICAT REPORT
B.	DRINKING WATER CONTAMINANTS REPORT.
C.	RETURN TO MENU.
SELECT	OPTION? 9
SUMMARY OF YOUR REQUEST
1.	PRINTED OUTPUT ON LASER PRINTER
2.	YOUR JOB WILL BE ROUTED TO BINBOX: 2222
3.	SELECTION: RCRA REPORT IN CAS* ORDER.
'SUBMIT THIS JOB? "Y(ES)" OR "N(O)'
n
'JOB CANCELLED'
1)	STORET PARAMETER
2)	CASN*
3)	GROUP/MEDIA
4)	BATCH (REPORTS FOR ALL PARAMETERS)
5)	END
OPTION?
Figure 4
WQAB PARM's Responses to Option 4
WQAB-PARM
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PARMF
REPORT
06/29/66
PA6E
*******)****#*
* DRINKING HATER CONTAMINANTS *
MQAB,MDSO,OMPS-EPA <<< "PARMFX4" 	 DATABASE >>>
EPA-ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS SECTION


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request for printing, for which a job number will be given, or to cancel the
request. "rtie user is then returned to the main option menu.
OPTION 5
Entering a 5 (but not "end") in response to any option menu prompt will
return the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
OTHER NOTES AND COMMENTS
If a parameter code for a substance does not exist, users may request that
one be assigned. Appendix B of the STORET User Handbook contains a STORET
Parameter Request Form and instructions for completing it. Return the
completed form to STORET User Assistance within the Client Services Branch
for processing.
A series of colons in place of an alphabetic or numeric field indicates the
field is blank. For example, the string of colons for parameter code 85652
in Figure 3 indicates that there is no CAS number assigned to time of day.
WQAB-PARM
9

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WQAB
SIC

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WQAB
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:
The WQAB SIC interactive analysis procedure enables users to obtain listings
of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes and descriptions as used
in the IFD File. One thousand codes are available for selection. They are
grouped into 11 major and 85 minor divisions, and are listed by use of menus
provided by the procedure.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB SIC
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. It is terminated by entering "end" in response to
the procedure's ENTER SIC# prompt.
Upon initiating WQAB SIC, the procedure lists the 11 major groupings into
which all SIC codes are classified. This listing appears as shown in the box
below.
A
00
B
00
C
00
D
00
E
00
F
00
G
00
H
00
I
00
J
00
K
00
AGRICULTURE,FORESTRY, AND FISHING
MINING
CONSTRUCTION
MANUFACTURING
TRANS., COMMUNICATIONS, ELECT, GAS, SANITARY SVS
WHOLESALE TRADE
RETAIL TRADE
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE
SERVICES
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
NONCLASSIFIABLE ESTABLISHMENTS
The procedure then issues the following prompt, as shown in Figure 1.
ENTER SIC*, OR LETTER "A" THRU "K", OR "END"
WQAB-SIC
1

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ENTER	SIC?, OR LETTER "A" THRU "K" , OR "END" a
A 00	AGRICULTURE,FORESTRY, AND FISHING
A 01 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONCROPS
A 02 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONLIVESTOCK
A 07 AGRICULTURAL SERVICES
A 03 FORESTRY
A 09 FISHING, HUNTING, AND TRAPPING
"SIC" LIST? "Y(ES)" OR "N(0)M y
ENTER ONE OF THE ABOVE MAJOR GROUPS-> 3
ENTER ONE OF THE ABOVE MAJOR GRO'JPS-> 08
A 0311	TIMBER TRACTS
A 0821	FOREST NURSERIES & SEED GATHER
A 0343	EXTRACTION OF PINE GUM
A 0349	GATHERING OF FOREST PRODUCTS
A 0851	FORESTRY SERVICES
END
TiNTER SIC*, OR LETTER "A" THRU "K", OR "END" 0349
A 0349 GATHERING OF FOREST PRODUCTS
ENTER SIC#, OR LETTER "A" THRU "X", OR "END"
\
41
Figure 1
Prompts and Responses of the WQAB SIC Procedure
WQAB-SIC
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SICts are 4-digit numerical values. When a valid value is entered in
response to this prompt (e.g., the entry of 0849 in Figure 1), the procedure
lists the alphabetic code of the group the code falls in, followed by the
code, followed by the description of the code, and then repeats the ENTER
SIC# prompt. Invalid entries (e.g., 08d9) or values that do not represent a
valid code (e.g., 0812) result in a NOT IN FILE response and a repeat of the
ENTER SIC# prompt.
Entering a letter "a" through "k" in response to this main procedure prompt
results in a listing of the major SIC groups within that category, as is
also shown in Figure 1. The user then has the option to list the specific
SIC codes that make up one of these categories (see Figure 1). Entering no
to this "SIC" LIST? prompt results in the ENTER SIC# prompt. Note that a
leading zero of a single digit SIC group code must be entered.
WQAB-SIC
3

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WQAB
I CAT

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WQAB
I CAT
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB ICAT interactive analysis procedure lists the Stanc-rd
Industrial Classification (SIC) codes that are associated with
EPA-defined industrial categories.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB ICAT
DESCRIPTON
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. No responses to prompts are required as the
procedure immediately lists the Industrial Category code, the ICAT name, and
the associated SIC codes for the 32 ICAT codes used to further classify
facilities stored in the IFD File. Figure 1 shows a recent listing provided
by this procedure.
The WQAB SIC procedure provides further information on the SIC codes as used
in the IFD File.
WQAB-ICAT
1

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READY
vqab icat
ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
BRANCH SOFTWARE PACKAGE - ICAT
CAT INDUSTRIAL CAT NAME
SIC CODES
01	ALUMINUM FORMING
02	BATTERY MANUFACTURING
03	COAL MINING
04	COIL COATING
05	FOUNDRIES
06	INORGANIC CHEMICALS
07	IRON 6 STEEL
08	LEATHER TANNING
09	METAL FINISHING
09
09
10	NON-FERROUS METALS
11	ORE MINING
11
12	ORGANIC CHEMICALS
13	fAIUT
14	PORCELAIN ENAMELING
15	STEAM ELECTRIC
16	POT
17	COPPER FORMING
13 TEXTILES
13
19
19	TIMBER
20	PHARMACEUTICALS
21	INK
22	PESTICIDES
23	PETROLEUM REFINING
24	PULP AND PAPER
25	AUTO & OTHER LAUNDRIES
26	PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
27	CLECTRICAL
31 ORGANIC CHEMICALS (SEC).
33	INORGANIC - PHASE II,
34	INORGANIC - BPT, PHASE I
36	IRON & STEEL - 8PT,
37	IRON & STEEL - UNKNOWN,
CATS SOT USED TO CROSS REFERRENCE
(I.E. ICAT CODES IN IFD NOT USED)
3353,3354.3355.3398.3463,
3691,3692,
1111,1112,1211.1213,
3411,3479,
3 321.3322.3324,3 325,3361.3362,3369,
2312,2813,2816,2819,
3312,3313,3315,3316,3317,
3111,
3411-3462,3465-3471,3482-3599,3613-3623,3629,
3634-36 36,3643-3651,3061-3671.3673,3676-3678,
3693-3694,3699,3711-3941,3851.3873-3999,
3331-3334,3339.3341,
1011,1021,1031,1041,1044,1051,1061,
1092,1094,1099,
2821,2823,2324,2365,2069,
2851,
3431,3469,3479,3631,3632.363 3,3639,
4911,4931,
4952.
3351,33S7,3463,
2211.2221,2231,2241,2251-2254,22 57-2259.
2261-2262,2269,2271,2272,2279,2291,
2292,2295-2299,
2491,2499,2661,
2831,2333,2834,2844,
2B93,
2319,2869,2879,
2911,
2611,2621.2631.2661.
7211,7213-7219.7542.
3861,
3674,
>TH EGD STUDIES,
END
Figure 1
Industrial Categories and SIC Codes Provided by ViQAB ICAT
WQAB-ICAT
2

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WQAB
RCHDAT

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/JQAB
CHDAT
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE: The WQAB RCHDAT interactive analysis procedure r	des
stream flow and pipe discharge data or a user-r	ied stream
reach. It also provides information on all pi	ssociated
with a user-specified NHDES facility. Informal	provided
includes gage streamflow data, facility pipe discharge data,
discharge flow summaries, and HIDES facility data.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB RCHDAT
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. As portrayed in Figure 1, it consists of three
prompts for information, as follows:
Prompt 1	STREAMFLCW ONITS?
Prompt 2	PIPE DISCHARGE UNITS?
Prompt 3	ENTER REACH NO., NHDES NO., RESTART, OR END:
The acceptable responses to these prompts and the resulting actions taken by
the procedure are described below. Depending upon the user's responses to
these prompts, varying combinations of four different reports can be
obtained. The procedure is terminated by entering "end" in response to
prompt 3, which returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
PROMPT 1: STREAMFLCW UNITS?
In response to this prompt, WQAB RCHDAT requests the entry of either a flow
unit in which gage streamflow data are to be listed, or the value NOG, which
requests that gage streamflow data are not to be provided. The valid
responses to prompt 1 are as follows:
TGD	Thousands of gallons per day
MGD	Millions of gallons per day
LSEC	Liters per second
CFS	Cubic feet per second
CMS	Cubic meters per second
NOG	Do not report gage streamflow data
WQAB-RCHDAT
1

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WQAB
RCHDAT
READY
ENTER
END
INFORMATION
LISTED
ENTER
RESTART
ENTER
REACH#
OR
NPDES*
SPECIFY
STREAMFLOW
UNITS
SPECIFY
PIPE
DISCHARGE
UNITS
Figure 1
Processing Flow of the WQAB RCHDAT Procedure
WQAB-RCHDAT
2

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PROMPT 2: PIPE DISCHARGE UNITS?
In response to this prompt, WQAB RCHDAT requests the entry of one of the
above flow unit values, in which pipe discharge flows are to be listed, or
the value NOP or %SIW. NOP requests that pipe discharge data not be
provided; %SUM requests that only a summary table of pipe discharge data be
provided.
Any entries to prompts 1 and 2 other than the ones listed by the prompt will
be given an INVALID message, and the procedure will wait for the reentry of
a valid value.
PROMPT 3; ENTER REACH NO., NPDES NO., RESTART, OR END:
The response to prompt 3 provides the procedure with the stretch of water or
NPDES facility of interest whose streamflow and/or pipe discharge data are
to be provided. Alternatively, the user can request that previous responses
to prompts 1 and 2 are to be changed (by entering RESTART), so that data
listed for subsequent reaches or NPDES facilities will be given in different
un i ts.
Valid responses to prompt 3 are as follows:
reach no. a valid 11-digit reach number, which consists of an 8-digit USGS
hydrologic cataloging unit code followed by a 3-digit stream
segment number.
npdes no. a valid nine-character NPDES number assigned as a primary
station code for the facility of interest. This code consists
of a two-character alpha FIES state code abbreviation, followed
by a six-digit unstructured sequence number, followed by a
one-digit check digit.
RESTART causes the reissuance of prompts 1 and 2 (as shown in Figure 1)
so that different flow units can be specified or a different
array of reports can be requested.
END	terminates the RCHDAT procedure and returns the user to TSO and
a READY prompt.
The procedure's response to the entry of a reach number or an NPDES facility
to this prompt is to list the data reports requested and then to reissue
prompt 3.
WQAB-RCHDAT
3

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REPORTS AVAILABLE FROM RCHDAT
Figure 2 portrays the four reports available from WQAB RCHDAT, as well as a
summary of which reports are provided depending upon the responses given to
the procedure's three prompts. For example, if NOG is entered in response
to prompt 1 and %SOM in response to prompt 2, the only report listed for any
given reach (prompt 3) will be a discharge flow summary table. Figure 3
through 6 present examples of the information provided by each type of
report, which are described in the paragraphs below.
REPORT A; GAGE STREAMFLOW DATA
Figure 3 shows an example of the gage streamflow data provided by RCHDAT.
This report is provided whenever a units value is entered in response to the
STREAMFLOW UNITS? prompt and information is requested for a reach.
The first line (860822 153233 GAGES in Figure 3) gives the date (yymmdd) and
time (hrmnsc) this report was generated. The headings for each column of
data are then listed. MILES refers to the gage's mileage location on the
reach, and ON/OFF indicates whether the gage is on (1) or off (2) the
reach. The drainage area is given in square miles, and the flows are
expressed in the units requested via prompt 1. A "-1" or "-1.00" indicates
that no numerical value was stored in the Stream Gage File for that item; a
"?" indicates that an alphanumeric field in the Stream Gage File was empty.
Upon completing the report, the procedure reissues prompt 3.
REPORT B: FACILITY PIPE DISCHARGE DATA
Figure 4 shows an example of the pipe discharge data provided for facilities
located on a specified reach. This report is provided whenever a units
value is provided in response to the PIPE DISCHARGE UNITS? prompt and
information is requested for a reach (see Figure 2). In the example shown
in Figure 4, gage streamflow data was also provided in that a units value
was specified in response to the STREAMFLOW UNITS? prompt.
This report begins with the word FACILITIES printed on a line by itself,
followed by the date and time the report was generated and the number of the
reach requested. Two lines of data are listed for each facility pipe found
on or near the reach (Figures 4 and 5). The flows given are the IFD pipe
flows modified by "B" pipe process percentages and treatment levels, and the
corresponding current, BPT, and BAT flows computed from the IFD pipe flow.
The second line also contains the name of the industrial category within
which the facility is classified, such as textiles for facility SC0023264
listed in Figure 4.
WOAB-RCHDAT
4

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WQAB RCHDAT Prompt
II
repor* .i .:J
PROMPT 3
reach* or
npdes#
PROMPT 1
Streamflow units
PROMPT 2
pipe
discharge units
reach#
any units value
nop

reach#
any units value
any units value
A,B,C
reach#
nog
any units value
B,C
reach#
nog
%sum
C
reach#
any units value
%sum
A ,C
npdes#
any value
any value
D
A
B CD
gage
streamflow
data
(see Figure 3)
facility
pipe
discharge
(see Figures 4 and 5)
discharge
flow
summary table
(see Figure 5)
NPDES
facility
data
(see Figure 6)
Figure 2
RCHDAT Reports Provided as a Function of the Responses Given to Prompts
WQAB-RCHDAT
5

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k
m
a
5
STREAMFLOW UNITS?
ENTER TGD. MOD, LSEC, CFS. CMS OR NOG
cts
PIPE DISCHARGE UNITS?
ENTER TGD, MOD, LSEC, CFS, CMS, NOP OR tSUM
nop
ENTER REACH NO., NPDES NO., "RESTART" OR "END"i
05120108018
860827 140730 GAGES
GAGE ID
MILES
SITE NAME ON/OFF
METIt
DR. AREA
MEANF
LOWF
USGS03335600
-1 .00
ROSS ADE DRAIN AT WE 2
7
12
-1
- 1
USGS03335620
-1 .00
ROSS ADE DRAIN INTO 2
?
-1
-1
-1
USGS03335640
-1 .00
ROSS ADE GRAVEL PIT 2
?
-1
-1
-1
WEG0512010801B
-1 .00
? ?
EST
-1
6422
473
USGS03335500
3 .72
WABASH RIVER AT LAFA 1
?
726700
0355
576
USNWS12-4729-N
3.72
LAFAYETTE INO ON WAD 7
7
-1
-I
-L
ENTER REACH NO.,
NPDES NO., '
RESTART" OR "END"i





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ENTEH REACH HO., Nl'DES HO., "KESTAKT" OK "EUD":
restart
STHEAtlFLOK UIIITS?
lilJTEH TviU. [1GD, LSEC, CFS , CHS OH NOG
Cf 8
PIPE DISCHARGE IWITS?
ENTEH TGD, MGD, LSEC, Ct'S, CMS, NOP OK SUM
intjd
EUTER HEACII MO., MPUE5 NO.. " RESTART" OR "END"j
03050104013
360J27 141022 GAGES
GAGE ID
MILLS SITE HAHE
ON/OFF
HUTU DR. AREA MEANF
LOWF
CFS
,

RIVER
itit.es pipe

1FD
CURRENT APT
BAT
NAME
KEYi f(BOCIiSS),
C(OOLING), Li(OTII), Y (OM ) ,
N(OFF)



SC0002909 WHITEHEAD UROTJiEHS/llLANEY PLT



GILL.ItS C
1.45 1 P N
3295
 2 .48


UILLIES C
SC0023264 NATUREE TEXTILE COUP



GILLIES D
1.45 1 P N
TEXTILES
0.10
o
o
o
-4
o
0.10
GILLIES D
SC0032107 LAKEHOOD UEV/C G URANIIAU



DHAKEFOUL)
1 . 4 5 1 l> N
POT vl
0.00 (
0.00 0.00
0.00 >
URAKEFOKD
SC0OJ357O L/til ON CAK1JIUE LUCOFP

ICATS>27 33

WATEHEE K
1.45 1 P Y
IWOltGANIC CHEMICALS
0.00
0.00 0.00
0.00
MATEKEE H
SC0000G4 7 CASKEY LAUNUUYHATE/LUGOFF



WATEREE K
1 .81 1 P Y
AUTO b OTIIEk LAUNDRIES
0.00
0.00 0.00
0.00
HATEREE K
RETURN TO CONTINUE OR "STOP" FOR HEW ENTRY >

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FACILITIES
060927 14115b REACH 0J05010401 3

DISCHARGE
FLOWS (MGD )


K (VEH
MILES PIPE IFD

CURRENT
BPT
BAT

NAME
KEY j PROCESS), CtOOLING), UI O Til ] . (01), N(OFF)






SC0002GB2 IIARDIUCKE CHEMICAL BASE 1
FLOW FROM EGD


WATEREE K
PESTICIDES

0 .25
0.25
0.25


2.53 1 P Y PESTICIDES 0.02
(
0.02
0.02
0.02
)
WATEREE H
SC0021032 CAMD1J.4 CITY OF NEEDS TREAT CODE 4 PRETREAT CODE Y


WATEREE R
POTW

1 .89
1.89
1 .89


2.6G I P Y l>oTW 0.97
(
0.97
0.97
0.97
)
WATEKEE R
SC0031259 STAItCLIFF EST ;JU/VILLAGE ACRES





UUSWAUD B
2.93 1 P H I'UlW 0.00
(
0 .00
0.00
0.00
)
GUSWARD U
SC00025U5 DU POUT/.HAY PLANT

1CATS> 27 3 L


WATERLEE H
3.3U I U Y OUGAiJIC CHEUICI^LS 3.00

1 .50
1.50
1.50

WATEMLEE K
SC00337U2 ftAYFl.;LD ACRES SU





GUSWAHD u
i 92 i p u i'or.< o.oo
(
0.00
0.00
0.00
)
uusward a
RETI IN TO CONTINUE OR "STOP" FOR HEW ENTRY i






FACILITIES






0608 27 141253 REACH 03050104013

DISCHARGE
FLOWS(MGD )


RIVER
MILES PIPE IFD

CURRENT
BPT
BAT

NAME
KCy i P(ROCESS). C (OOL1 UCj ) , U(O'f'l), Y(ON), N(OFF)
860027 141251 REACH 3050104013
FLOW
PERCENT
CURRENT
UY GROUP
BPT

BAT

GROUP
ALL
GROUP
ALL
GROUP
ALL
INORGANIC CHEMICALS
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
ORGANIC CHEMICALS
40
24
40
24
40
24
POTW
50
30
50
30
50
30
TEXTILES
3
2
3
2
3
2
PESTICIDES
7
4
7
4
7
4
AUTO b OTHER LAUNDRIES
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
< .5
ENTER REACH NO.. NI'UES WO., " RESTART" OR "END":

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An additional line of data is listed for a facility pipe (Figure 5) under
the following circumstances:
If a facility has a single ICAT (Industrial Category) c e fcr
either leather tanning, pesticides, or pulp and paper ai ar GD
(Effluent Guideline Division) facility flow, the ICAT c ad
these flows will be listed on a separate line. See th
tiardwicke Chemical entry in Figure 5 for an example.
If a facility has a Needs Survey number, the Needs S< ey flow
for the facility, or if missing, the IFD facility fl will be
listed on a separate line along with the Needs trea ent code
and the pretreatment study code. See the City of Camden entry
in Figure 5 for an example.
Treatment codes range from zero to six as follows:
Any industrial classification codes listed in a facility's line of data
(e.g., for Union Carbide in Figure 4 or DuPont in Figure 5) indicate what is
done at the respective facility.
The procedure automatically pauses after listing the data for a specified
number of facilities to allow for printing the screen of a video display
terminal. The default is data for 5 facilities (as shown as Figure 4); the
listing can be continued by entering a carriage return (another five
facilities will be listed, if found, before another pause) or a number to
denote the number of facilities to be listed before the next pause. Figure
5 shows the continuation of Figure 4 resulting from a carriage return.
After all information for the requested reach has been listed, the procedure
reissues prompt 3.
REPORT C: DISCHARGE FLOW SUMMARY TABLE
An example of a Discharge Flow Summary Table is shown in the bottom third of
Figure 5. It too begins with the date and time the report was generated,
followed by the reach number being summarized. The summary table lists
flows for each ICAT group represented by the pipes found to be on the
reach. For current, BPT, and BAT flows, flow values are reported as a
percentage of 1) total flow in all group pipes (listed under the heading
GROUP), and 2) Total discharge by all IFD pipes (i.e., 100% P and 50% B
pipes for facilities not in one of the ICAT groups) to the waterbody (listed
under the heading ALL).
0	no discharge
1	raw
2	primary
3	advanced primary
4	secondary
5	advanced treatment 1
6	advanced treatment 2
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9

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The flows used in the computation of the summary table are IFD flows except
under the following conditions. If a facility has a Needs Survey number,
the NEEDS Survey flow for the facility, if available, is used, whether or
not all pipes of the POTO are on the reach in question. If a facility has a
single ICAT code for either leather tanning, pesticides, or pulp and paper,
and an EGD facility flow, the EGD flow is used, whether or not all pipes of
the facility are on the reach in question.
This report is automatically produced whenever a reach number is entered in
response to prompt 3 and a value other than NOP is entered in response to
prompt 2.
After the summary table has been listed, the procedure reissues prompt 3.
REPORT D: NPOES FACILITY DATA
This report is generated whenever an NPDES facility number is entered in
response to prompt 3, regardless of the entries to prompts 1 and 2 (see
Figure 2) . An example of this report is shown in Figure 6. A line of data
is given for each pipe associated with the facility number entered, and the
columns of data are described in the heading given. A row of colons
indicates an empty field.
Prompt 3 is issued after the report has been listed.
This procedure is terminated by entering "end" in response to prompt 3,
which returns the user to TSO and a READY prompt.
WQAB-RCHDAT
ID

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1
ENTER REACH i
SO. ,
NPDES NO., "RESTART"
OR "END":

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ON/OFF
REACH
MILES
1 WF WHITE
R
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22 .62
2 WF WHITE
11
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05120201005
22 .62
3 WF WHITE
R
Y
05120201005
22.62
4 WF WHITE
R
Y
05120201005
22 .62
5 WF WHITE
R
Y
05120201005
22 .62
6 WF 'WHITE
R
Y
05120201005
22 .62
7 LICK C

N
05120201005
22 .62
ENTER RE.\Cll
NO . ,
NPDES NO., "RESTART"
OR "END":

Figure 6
Example of NPOBS Facility Data provided by RCHDAT
WQAB-RCHDAT
11

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WQAB
FLOW

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WQAB
FLOW
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB FLOW interactive analysis procedure enables users to
obtain stream flow data for U.S. Geological Survey gaging
stations. By entering only a gage number, state code, and the
water years of interest, users can optionally request a stream
flow summary, a 7-day low flow analysis, or that an output file
of the retrieved data be created to permit later use, such as to
download to a PC.
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB FLOW
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. It requests the information it needs via a series
of from eight to nine prompts and then automatically submits a job that will
route the requested output to a specified remote printer. Upon the
submission of the job, the procedure terminates and returns the user to TSO
and a READY prompt.
WQAB FLOW accesses the STORET Flow File. See the description of this file
in the introduction to this appendix for information on the content of the
file and the frequency of its update.
Figure 1 shows the prompts and a set of appropriate responses for this
procedure; the remaining figures give examples of the data retrieved,
depending upon the output selection chosen.
The first prompt asks for a gage number. Eh tries must be numeric and must
be a valid 8- to 15-digit USGS gage number. Alphabetic prefixes are not to
be entered. Hie procedure retrieves flow data for one gage per inquiry
(i.e., per pass through the procedure).
The second prompt asks for the FIPS code for the state in which the gaging
station is located. Either the alphabetic or numeric code for the state may
be entered.
The third prompt asks for the period of interest in years, expressed in the
format xx/yy, where xx denotes the beginning year and yy the ending year.
Years are USGS water years which are 12-month periods that correspond to the
federal government's fiscal years. Water year 1987, for example, begins on
1 October 1986 and ends on 3 0 September 1987.
WQAB-FLOW
1

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1
READY
wqab flo
ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
:3RANCii SOFTWARE PACKAGE - FLO W
enter gage#.
05400000
enter STATE alpha AND/OR NUMERIC "FIPS" CODE.
wi
ENTER 3EGINNING YEAR/ENDING YEAR < FORMAT :> XX/XX
75/35
NilAT REMOTE DO YOU NISrf THIS J03 TO GO?
13
ENTER PRIORITY.
3
00 YOU WANT ro E"!TER TIME IN (SECONDS)? "Y(E5)" OR m.J(Q)" /
ENTER TIME IN (SECONDS) YOU REQUEST.
30
SELECT BY NUMBER
1.	STREAM FLOW SUMMARY BY YEAR.
2.	7-DAY LOW FLOW ANALYSIS.
3.	SAVE DATA FOR DOWNLOADING TO PC.
SELECT OPTION? 1
JOG MW:<( J01202792) SUBMITTED
" FLO..'" CO: iPLET ED (09/10/35)  (09:40:47)  ( MWKINFQ )
READY
Figure 1
Prompts and Responses o the WQAB FLOW Procedure
WQAB-FLOW
2

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The next several prompts request job routing and processing information.
The Remote refers to the remote id assigned by the NCC to a remote printer
where the submitted job is to be routed. Remote ids are numeric, up to 3
digits in length. Job processing priorities range from 5 (highest priority)
to 1 (lowest priority - overnight).
Users request the flow data report desired via their response to the SELECT
BY NUMBER prompt. A response of 1 will generate a Stream Flow Summary by
year report, which lists raw data by water year for the requested USGS
gaging station and period of interest. An example of this report is shown
in Figure 2. Daily mean flows are provided, along with average, minimum,
and maximum values for each month and for each water year. Data are printed
one water year per page.
A 7-Day Low Flow Analysis for the specified gaging station is obtained by
entering a 2 in response to the SEICT BY NUMBER prompt. Output provided by
this option include a duration table, plot, and statistics, low and high
value tables, an annual values table, and a fit of low and high value table
data to a Log Pearson Type III frequency distribution with plot. Up to 10
pages of printed output can be generated by this output option. Figures 3
through 6 present examples of some of these data presentations.
(A complete description of the content of these data summaries and
presentations is given in the STORET document named FLOW GUIDE. This
document is available online, and can be obtained via the STORET command
procedure named %BATCH FLOGUIDE.)
The entering of a 3 in response to the SELECT BY NUMBER prompt will create a
data file of daily discharge flow data that can be used later, such as
downloading to a PC. Users will be prompted for a dataset name, into which
the flow data will be written. Figure 7 presents a listing of the SAS
program used to produce this output dataset.
OTHER NOTES Al COMMENTS
Users are reminded that flow data for the past several water years (perhaps
for up to the past 4 water years) are preliminary and possibly erroneous.
The USGS in Reston, Virginia can determine the data's validity by contacting
the field personnel responsible for its input into the system. The contact
at the USGS is Charles R. Showen at (703) 648-5687.
The following information may be helpful when creating a data set of flow
data for later reuse.
A typical gage may have 30 years of daily flows or 10,950 values, while some
gages have more than 42 years of data. Downloading to a PC using X-Talk (no
data checking) or Kermit will take 3.5 to 4 hours. A 3270 PC with a coax
connection can use the file transfer procedure to transfer the flow file
WQAB-FLOW
3

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HATER YEAR
-
1976


DAY
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEWER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY AUGUST
1
3.39
3.00
4.79
3.39
3.69
3.79
9.19
6.79
5.69
4.69
2
3.29
3.00
4.39
3.69
3.89
4.19
7.50
6.89
5.59
5.00
3
3.39
2.89
4.09
3.39
3.89
3.89
7.09
6.39
5.50
4.50
4
3.50
2.69
4.19
3.29
3.69
3.89
6.59
6.29
5.29
4.50
5
3.39
2.89
4.39
3.29
3.69
4.00
6.50
6.59
5.29
4.39
6
3.29
3.00
4.00
3.50
3.69
3.79
6.29
7.00
5.29
4.39
7
3.29
3.00
3.69
3.29
3.89
3.69
5.79
8.59
5.19
4.39
8
3.29
2.89
3.79
3.50
3.89
3.69
6.09
11.00
5.29
4.19
9
3.69
3.19
3-89
3.50
3.79
3.79
5.79
9.09
5.09
4.29
10
3.50
4.19
3.79
3.39
3.89
3.69
6.29
8.79
5.09

11
3.29
3.39
3.59
3.50
3.69
3.59
5.79
8.50
5.00

12
3.29
3.29
3.50
3.50
3.89
4.59
5.69
8.89
4.89

13
3.29
3.09
3.79
3.69
3.69
4.19
5.79
9.09
5.29

14
3.29
3.00
6.29
3.79
3.69
4.09
5.79
8.59
5.19

15
3.19
3.29
4.79
3.89
4.69
3.89
6.00
9.50
5.39

16
3.09
3.19
4.29
4.00
4.69
3.89
5.69
14.00
5.19

17
3.09
3.50
3.69
3.79
4.39
3.89
6.09
13.00
5.00

IS
3.09
3.29
3.50
3.79
4.29
4.00
10.00
11.00
5.09

19
3.19
3.19

4.00
4.00
4.79
8.69
9.00
5.00

to
3.09
4.69
3.69
3.89
3.89
36.00
7.39
6.69
4.79

21
3.09
4.59
3.59
3.89
3.79
16.00
15.00
6.19
4.69

22
3.09
4.00
3.69
3.89
3.79
8.00
13.0D
6.19
4.69

23
3.69
3.79
3.59
4.00
3.79
9.59
A.59
6.09
4.69

24
3.29
3.69
3.59
4.00
4.00
13.00
9.79
6.09
4.69

25
3.19
3.50
359
3.79
4.00
12.00
11.00
6.00
4.59

26
3.09
3.50
3.59
3.79
4.00
12.00
8.09
5.89
4.39

27
3.09
3.69
3.50
3.69
4.29
11.00
6.89
5.79
4.50

28
3.09
3.50
3.39
4.00
4.09
7.69
6.79
5.79
4.39

29
3.00
5.19
3.50
3.79
4.00
8.00
6.69
6.00
4.89

30
3.00
6.39
3.59
3.89

14.00
6.89
5.89
4.59

31
3.09

3.50
3.89

12.00

6.00


AVG
3.25
3.55
3.92
3.70
3.96
7.57
7.56
7.79
5.01
4.48
MAX
3.69
6.39
6.29
4.00
4.69
36.00
15.00
14.00
5.69
5.00
MIN
3.00
2.69
3.39
3.29
3.69
3.59
5.69
5.79
4.39
4.19
SEPT
MATER TEAR
1976
TOTAL =
1449.59
MAX
56.00
MN
8.49
AV6 =
5.14

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OELAMARE A> RAAITAM CANAL AT KMSTQN MJ	H  If	STATIC* 01H0M9
1967-1965* 12 HON PERIOD EWINB IUKM 31
7 OAT KM VAUA
INPUT DATA (ZERO VALUES QUITTED)
<*6.300	60.100	57.900	57.600	71.700	64.560	66.100	63.100	75.300	65.100
66.700	76.600	56.101	13.000	6.260
HE AN 	57.906
VARIANCE >	114.MB
STAJOARO 0IVXAT10M 	22.666
SKtMtfSS *	*1.151
STAMARO ERROR Of SKUMCSS 	0.560
SERIAL CORRELATION COEFFICIENT >	0.5S3
COEFFICIENT Of VARIATION 	0.392
HEAN LOGS 	1.700
VARIANCE LOBS *	0.066
STaMARO DEVIATION LOSS 	0.293
SKtkMSS LOSS 	-t.106
stajoaro error or wwem loss  0.660
SERIAL CORRELATION COEFFICIENT LOSS 	6.710
COEFFICIENT Of VARIATION LOSS 	0.172
HON EXCEED PROB RECURRENCE INTERVAL PAJUfCTEI VALUE ADJUSTED PROS
0.0100
100.00
6.267
0.0719
0.0200
50.00
6.909
0.0612
0.0500
20.00
13.030
0.1096
0.1000
10.00
20.995
0.1563
0.2000
5.00
33.696
0.2500
Q.S000
2.00
62.205
0.5313
0.6000
1.25
63.931
0.6115
0.9000
1.11
90.013
0.9062
0.9600
1.06
93.266
0.9625
0 9600
1.02
96.272
0.9612
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1.01
96.716
0.9906
Figure 3
WQAB FLOW Report Option 2: Log Pearson Statistics
WQAB-FLOW
5

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OELAMAffE AJC BABITAN CANAL AT KINGSTON *J
1967-1M5, 12 HON PERIOD DCZNB fUACM 11
7 OAT LOW VALUE
STATION 01<*Q500
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RECURRENCE INTERVALS
FHE FOLLOWING STTBOLS HAT APPEAR IN THE PLOT
X - AM ISFVT DATA VALUE
 - A CALCULATED VALUI
0	- A CALCULATED VALUC AM) ONE OATA VALUC AT SANS POSITION
2 - TWO INPUT OATA VALUES PLOTTED AT SAKE POSITION
1	- TWEE ItlRJT OATA VALUES PLOTTED At SANE POSITION
A - A CALCULATED VALUE AH) TWO OATA VALUES AT SAflE POSITION
6 - A CALCULATED VALUE AJO THREE OATA VALUES AT SAKE POSITION
Figure 4
WQAB FLOW Report Option 2: Log Pearson Plot
WQAB-FLOW
6

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WQAB-FDOW
9

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from the mainframe to the PC in about 4 minutes transfer time (includes datg
checking). The 3270 file transfer procedure (in TSO) is
READY
JUMP TO PC WINDOW
RECEIVE PCFILENAME 'TSO FILENAME* ASCII CRLF
To download the file, enter the following:
RECEIVE FLWDATA.DAT fully-qualified-data-set-name' ASCII CRLF
WQAB-FLCJW
10

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WQAB
ASIWPCA

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WQAB
ASIWPCA
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE:	The WQAB ASIWPCA interactive analysis procedure enables users to
obtain stream use designation information for a reach or for all
reaches within a state. The stream use impairment data were
derived from the Association of State and Interstate Water
Pollution Control Administrators (ASIWPCA) reports, and include
stream uses supported for 1972 and 1982 (for point source
impairment levels) and 1985 (for non-point source impairment
levels).
PROCEDURE NAME: WQAB ASIWPCA
DESCRIPTION
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in TSO mode
following a READY prompt. Users have the option to obtain information
immediately while online or to submit jobs that will produce listings
offline at a remote printer. The logic flow of this procedure is depicted
in Figure 1. Users are returned to TSO and a READY prompt in different ways
depending upon the output option chosen.
Upon initiating and exiting this procedure, users are reminded that the data
provided by WQAB ASIWPCA should be considered provisional until the region
and/or the state performs a review and verification of the data.
Figure 2 depicts a sample session where the information retrieved is listed
at the terminal while the user remains online (selection option 1).
Information for each reach includes the state in which the reach is located,
its length, the name and type of reach, and the available point and
non-point source data. Upon listing the information for a reach, the
procedure prompts for another reach number, and will continue in this
fashion until "end" is entered in response to this prompt, which returns the
user to TSO and a READY prompt.
A reply of "2" to the selection option prompt enables users to obtain
offline listings of stream use information as a result of a batch job
submitted by the procedure. In this mode, users have two output options:
to obtain information for one or more, or all, states (see Figure 3), or for
a single stream reach or a range of reaches (see Figure 6). In each case,
users are prompted for the remote id and bin number to which output is to be
routed for printing, and the amount of time to be allotted to the job.
Remote ids are numeric, up to 3 digits in length.
WQAB-ASIWPCA
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ASIWPCA
READY
READY
END
LIST
INFO
ENTER
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LISTINGS
JOB
SUBMITTED
ONLINE
LISTINGS
DEFINE
INFO
DESIRED
Figure 1
Flow Diagram of the WQAB ASIWPCA Procedure
WQAB-ASIWPCA
2

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Figures 4 and 5 portray output produced by the job submission shown in
Figure 3. Figure 4 shows a title page that is printed for all batch jobs
produced by the procedure, whether by state or by reach. It defines the
stream use codes listed in the output reports. Figure 5 shows one page of
the output produced for the state of South Carolina by the job submitted in
Figure 3.
Figures 4 and 7 portray output produced by the job submission shown in
Figure 6. Information on the reach requested is listed, in this instance on
all reaches within a range.
WQAB-ASIWPCA
5

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WQAB-ASIWPCA
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WQAB-ASIWPCA
7

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1
wqab asiwpca
ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
BRANCH SOFTWARE PACKAGE - ASIWPCA
 BEGIN "ASIWPCA SESSION" FOR (MWKUIFO) AT (17:07:13)
PROVISIONAL DATA
SELECT BY NUMBER THE OPTION YOU DESIRE.
1.	TSO - INFORMATION IMMEDIATELY AT TERMINAL.
2.	BATCH - STATE(S) OR REACH*(S) REPORT.
OPTION?
2
ENTER THE REMOTE# YOU WISH THIS JOD TO BE SENT.
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DO YOU ..'ANT TO ENTER TIME IN (SECONDS)? "Y(ES)" OR "N(O)" n
ENTER TI.'lE IN (MINUTES) YOU REQUEST.
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Figure 6
Retrieving ASIWPCA Information Offline by Reach
WQAB-ASIWPCA
8

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HQABAF REPORT
09/04/66
PAGE 1
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WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
INTERACTIVE PROCEDURES
* X X X X *
PART II
x x x x x x
Hater Quality Analysis Branch
Monitoring and Data Support Division
Office of Water Regulations and Standards
U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency
September 1987
DRAFT

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 1
I	U2AB
I	SITEHELP
I
1
CLASSIFICATION: Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE*- The U&AB SITEHELP interactive analysis procedure is one of the
more powerful and versatile of the UQAB procedures, in that it
is capable of providing extensive information about what is
happening environmentally at a particular site or along a
stretch of stream. For example, using either a graphics or
non-graphics terminal, users can view descriptive information
about a desired portion of a stream and about the individual
discharges, stream flow gages, uater supplies, solid uaste
disposal sites, and uater quality monitoring sites that are
located on or near that portion of uater. Using a graphics
terminal, this information, including city locations, can be
displayed at their appropriate locations along a digitized
trace of the stream reach. Whichever type of terminal is used,
however, users should find this procedure most helpful in their
stream analysis uork.
PROCEDURE NAME: W2AB SITEHELP
DESCRIPTION 
The extensive capability of this procedure is presented belou
under the following headings:
START-UP
What needs to be done each time yov begin a
SITEHELP session
BASIC USE
Descriptions of typical uses of SITEHELP
using a non-graphics terminal
GRAPHICS
Examples of what can be achieved using a
graphics terminal
ASSIGNS
Hou to save site location data into a
Results File for later reuse
The BASIC USE and GRAPHICS discussions describe two levels of
use of this procedure. It should be noted, houever, that a
graphics terminal is not required to effectively utilize the
procedure's capability, as should become apparent from
revieuing the information displayed by the keyuords presented
in the BASIC USE portion of this document.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 2
In the discussion of this procedure, it is assumed that the
reader is familiar with tuo important concepts = reaches and
collections. A reach number is a numerical attribute that
uniquely identifies streams and shorelines within the United
States; and SITEHELP displays the information it retrieves in
groups called collections. The STORET help data set named
REACH.RETRIEVL contains a complete description of STORET reach
numbers, and Appendix 1 to this procedure document describes
SITEHEiP's collections in detail. Also, readers should become
familiar uith the various data files that are accessed by
SITEHELP and referenced throughout this document. These data
files are discussed at the beginning of this appendix.
Included within the SITEHELP procedure is its oun HELP keyword.
By entering HELP in response to the procedure's OPTION? prompt,
users can review the latest available information on the
procedure and on any new or changed capabilities.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 3
START-UP
Figure 1 shous the prompts issued by SITEHELP during the initiatid^^^
of the procedure. As with the other WBAB procedures, it is initiated
by entering UQAB SITEHELP while in TSO mode following a READY prompt.
This START-UP phase encompasses all prompts up to the first issuance
of the OPTION? prompt, which signals that SITEHELP is ready to
retrieve and display data in accordance with the keywords entered.
The purpose of the START-UP phase is to identify yourself and your
terminal to the procedure, and to name a data set that would be used
should any site location assignments be made during the session.
Upon entering the procedure name, SITEHELP responds with one or more
informational messages, which can change from time to time, and which
inform the user of any relevant news pertaining to the use of the
procedure. Following these messages are the five prompts discussed
below:
RESULTS FILE KAHE?
The SITEHELP procedure utilizes a speciaiiy-fcrmatted 16-field
per record data et to save any site mileages, coordinates, or
remarks entered by the user via the ASSIGN and other keywords.
(These keywords are described below under the heading
ASSIGNS.) Whether or not you intend to use such a file during
your SITEHELP session, you still need to supply a valid data
set name in response to this prompt. Valid entries are any
value six characters or less in length, beginning with an
alphabetic character. Consult the EPA KCC User's Guide iorH
further information on how to structure valid data set name^l
including a fully-qualified data set name, which can also be
entered as a response.
This data set will be saved automatically at the termination
of your session regardless of whether it is used during the
session.
If the data set specified is new and does not already exist,
SITEHELP will automatically format the data set so that it can
be sucessfully accessed and used in subsequent sessions. If
the specified data set already exists (i.e., is old), then it
must have been specified in response to this prompt in a
previous SITEHELP session.
The WQAB interactive analysis procedure netted SHLIST can be
used to display the contents of the records in a user's Results
File.

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SITEHE1P
Sep $7 page H
READY
wq*L> 31'tehelp
ATTEMFTIN6 ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
I? PAN OH SOFTWARE PACKAGE - 3ITEHELP
GENERAL INFORMATION MESSAGES
RESULTS FILE NAME?
test
RESULTS FILE NEW OR OLD'7
o Id
REUSE OR ADDTO FILE0
reuse
DO YOU WANT GRAPHICS CODES OUTPUT CY/N>?
n
USER NAME?
up to 10 characters of information
OPTIONS
Figure 1
Initiating the SXTEHELP Procedure

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 5
RESULTS FILE NEW OR OLD?
Reply NEW if the just-specified data set does not already
exist, or reply OLD if it does. As noted above, if OLD, it
must have been created and formatted via the SITEHELP
procedure during a previous session.
If you enter NEW but the file is found to already exist, you
uill be given a message to that effect and the RESULTS FILE
NAME? prompt uill be reissued. Be careful that you do not
inadvertently enter NEW or OLD in response to the RESULTS FILE
NAME? prompt.
REUSE OR ADDTO FILE?
Reply either REUSE or ADDTO. If you do not plan to utilize
a Results File during the session, or you plan to use an
existing Results File but not add to it, enter REUSE. If you
plan to add site locations to the specified Results File,
whether it be new or old, enter ADDTO.
DO YOU WANT GRAPHICS CODES OUTPUT (Y/N)?
If you are not using a high resolution graphics terminal (such
as a Tektronix 4014, 4054, 4107, 4109, 4114, 4115, or equiva-
lent), enter N. If your terminal can respond to Tektronix
graphics codes, enter Y. Such a graphics terminal is required
to utilize SITEHELP's graphics capabilities as described belou
under the GRAPHICS heading.
When a Y is entered, the procedure responds uith three prompt
that pertain specifically to the use of a graphics terminal.
These prompts are described belou under the heading GRAPHICS.
If you respond Y and you are not using a graphics terminal,
your session uill eventually be terminated automatically by the
procedure, as it uill be unable to properly handle the graphics
codes.
USER NAHE?
The response to this prompt is placed in the Results File. Up
to ten characters of information can be entered, and should
identify the individual uho has made the site assignments
stored in the Results File. After entering this response,
SITEHELP issues the OPTION? prompt, and you are set to begin
retrieving and revieuing the data accessible by SITEHELP.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 8
OF 1 I ON"?
city no^trose
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 9
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CLINT R	,
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TYPE R LEVEL 4 TRN3
DOWNSTREAM: 0*080204001 COMPLEMENT: 04080204002
UPLCFT: 0408020400? UPRIGHT: 04080204006
DATE 71120 TIME 111S04
14 FACILITIES
4 GAGES	,
0 DRINKS"
37 WQ STATIONS WITH REACH NOS.
33 WQ STATIONS WITHOUT REACH NOS.
28 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SITES
OPTION"?	.
Figure 3
Obtaining a Summary of the Information Available for a Reach

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SITEHELP
Sep &7 page 6
BASIC USE
Listed belou ace the SITEHELP keywords (and their acceptable
abbreviations) that can be entered in response to an OPTION? prompt,
regardless of the type of terminal being used, i.e., uhether graphics
or non-graphics. (The detailed descriptions of these keywords are
contained in Appendix 3 to this procedure document. These
descriptions include an explanation of the information displayed by
the keyword.)
KEYWORD
ABBR
RETRIEVES INFORMATION ON
REX^H lHJftlT
1JD
a stream reach
GAGE
G
a USGS stream gage station
DRINK
DR
a drinking water supply
PERMIT
P
an NPDES facility
MONITOR
n
a water quality monitoring station
CITY
c
a city, town, or other populated area
FIND
F
reach numbers within an area
SUDS
none
solid waste disposal sites, or inhibits


retrieval of same
HELLS
none
groundwater data, or inhibits retrieval
FlSHKlll
FK
of same
Once the number of the reach o interest has been obtained and the
reach has been made active by SITEHELP (via the REACH keyword), any
of the following keywords can be entered to display the indicated
information.
KEYWORD
ABBR
DISPLAYS

ACQCIT
none
cities associated with the ,reach

COLLECTION
CO
various summaries of data about the
reach
NEXT
N
the next collet ?n of data

SU
none
information on solid waste disposal
sites
To illustrate the use of most of these keywords, the paragraphs below
describe two typical scenarios that a user might follow, using a
non-graphics terminal, to obtain information about a particular site
or stream reach, and show how the keywords listed above are used to
obtain the information. These scenarios do not describe the keywords
and their values in detail, but uiixy give examples of their use; the
detailed descriptions of the keywords are given in Appendix 3.
In the examples shown in these discussions, the full spelling of the
keywords were purposely used. In day-to-day use however, *\s you
become more familiar with the keywords, you will quickly revert to
using theiz abbreviations, and you need not be concerned about
entering lengthly keyword names as you eontemi.lc.te the utility of
this procedure for helping you with your water quality analysis
efforts.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 7
Scenario 1
Assume you want to identify the monitoring stations and any other
facilities that are located on the Flint River near Montrose.
Michigan. You do not know any reach numbers, nor the identifing
numbers or codes of any stations. Hou do you start?
By entering but two SITEHELP keywords 	 CITY and FIND 	 you can
obtain a reach number, which is all you need to jbtain any
information that is available in the data files accessed by SITEHELP.
Figures 2 through 6 illustrate the prompts, keywords, and responses
involved in such a typical retrieval scenario.
As shown in Figure 2, included in the response to the CITY keyword
are the latitude and longitude of the city. Using this lat/long, the
FIND keyword provides a reach number that can be used for more
browsing of the data available. Using the REACH keyword, we learn
that there are 74 water quality stations within the polygon
prescribed by the FIND keyword (51 of which have reach numbers
stored), 28 solid waste disposal sites, but no water supplies.
Entering the COLLECTION keyword with its SUM operand (Figure 3)
provides further summary information about the reach, including the
numbers of the other reaches that it adjoins, and the number of
groups or collections of data available for display. The COLLECTION
LIST keyword (Figure t) lists the names of each collection containing
data on sites associated with the reach. (Appendix 1 presents thf^
concept of collections as used by SITEHELP. and the individual
keyword descriptions in Appendix 3 give complete explanations of
information displayed by the keyword, such as on the terms
Complement, Downstream, Upleft, and Upright listed by COLLECTION.)
Figure 5 shows the use of the NEXT keyword. The first issuance
displays information on the first collection of data retrieved by
SITEHELP, in this case the first NPDES facility. Subsequent NEXT
keywords would display additional collections of data. Figure 6
shows another use of the COLLECTION keyword, which is to display
information on specific collections of data retrieved by SITEHELP.
Figure 7 shows the information provided by the MONITOR keyword. In
this example, the MONITOR keyword was used to display the station
header and descriptive paragraph stored in STORET for the first
station listed in collection n1 shown in Figure 6. (The MONITOR
keyword initiates a PGM=RET, PRT=PAR, STORET retrieval for the
specified station.)
Thus, with the issuance of only a few simple replies to the SITEHELP
OPTION? prompt, and having no knowledge of the stretch of river of
interest, one can easily and quickly identify and obtain information
on each and every facility and station located on or near the reach.

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Sep 87 page 12
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 13
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THIS STATION IS USED TO DETERMINE WATER QUALITY DOWNSTREAM FROM THE
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DROUGHT FLOW: 39 CFS PLUS ANY ARTIFICIAL FLOW AUGMENTATION.
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 14
Scenario 2
Included in this second scenario are tuo figures that illustrate the
information that can be obtained uhen the appropriate numbers for a
facility, station, gage, uater supply, or reach are already knoun, as
opposed to the first scenario where they were not knoun.
By using the PERMIT, GAGE, DRINK, or REACH keywords, complete data on
the indicated entity is provided immediately. Figure 8 shows the
information provided by the G'GE and DRINK keywords, and Figure 9 the
information provided by the PERMIT keyword.
Descriptions of the information provided by these keywords are given
in the detailed keyword descriptions in Appendix 3.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 15
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 16
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SITEHEIP
Sep 87 page 17
GRAPHICS
To utilize SITEHELP in a graphics mode, you must use a high
resolution graphics terminal (such as a Tektronix 4014, 4054, 4107,
4109, 4114, 4115, or equivalent) and respond Y (yes) to the Start Up
prompt that asks if you want graphics codes output. After responding
Y to this prompt, the procedure then issues thf three prompts shown
in Figure 10, uhich relate specifically to using a graphics terminal.
DO YOU WANT GRAPHICS CODES OUTPUT (Y/N)? y
SUPPRESS DELAY AFTER SCREEN ERASE (Y/RETURN)? y
ENTER Y IF CONNECTED TO PCI1067, Z IF TO NET3703= z
ENTER Y IF TEK 4105/7/9/13/15/25/28/29: y
ENTER USER NAME:
Figure 10
Additional Prompts Issued During Start Up Vlhen Using a
Graphics Terminal
SUPPRESS DELAY AFTER SCREEN ERASE (Y/RETURN)?
Unless the SITEHELP procedure is to be used for an extended
period of time, there is no real need to suppress a delay after a
screen has been erased. So, for most instances, entering a
carraige return is the appropriate response to this prompt. If
the delay is not suppressed, there is no chance of any data being
dropped* regardless of uhich graphics terminal is being used. If
used, the delay should only be used with Tektronix terminals 4114
or above; the delay should not be used with a Tektronix 40 14
terminal.
However> should a user have an appropriate terminal and finds
that he or she uses the procedure rather extensively and has
become a frequent and sophisticated user of SITEHELP, then an
awareness of the usefulness of this delaiy feature could prove
helpful.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 16
EKTER X IF CONNECTED TO PCI1067, 2 IF TO NET3703:
The proper response foz this prompt is Z. (This prompt is a
carryover from some former pilot stage work and is no longer
relevant.)
EKTER V IF TEK 11 0Ss7/9s 1 3/ 1 5/25/"2^29 *
Enter Y if you are using one of the indicated Tektronix graphics
terminals (or their equivalent); otherwise enter a carraige
return.
In graphics mode. SITEHELP displays a digitized trace of the reach
requested by the user. Then, through specifying the appropriate
keywords, the names and locations of sites that make up any
collection associated uith the reach can be displayed on the
digitized trace of the reach. The descriptive information is
presented on the left half of the screen, and	trace of the reach
on the right half of the screen, using a transverse aercator
projection. City naaes taken from the City Master File axe
automatically shown along the trace in their appropriate locations,
uith cities of larger populations taking priority over less populated
cities whenever overlap occurs.
Users can then identify those sites within any given, collection that
do not have a reach mileage stored ox that axe positioned
incorrectly. Using the appropriate keywords that are described below
under the ASSIGNS discussion (such as ASSIGN, ALIAS, OFFNArtES. and
LOCATE) or the lighted crosshairs of the gxaphics terminal, users can
then assign these sites to their correct location along the displayed
reach trace, whether it be on or off the reach. Such site location
assignments are saved by the procedure in a Results File, which can
be used latex to update the EPA data base containing the respective
site location data that was initially displayed at the terminal by
SITEHELP.
SITEHELP uses the lighted crosshairs capabilities of graphics
terminals to locate desired sites ox positions along the trace of the
displayed reach. The manipulations possible with these crosshairs
axe described in Appendix 3 undex the keyword description Lighted
Crosshairs.
Listed below axe the SITEKELP keywords (and theit acceptable
abbreviations) that can be entered when using a gxaphics terminal.
(The keywoxds presented above under BASIC USE can also be entered
when using a graphics terminal, but the keywords described hexe can
be used only with a gxaphics terminal.) The detailed descriptions of
these keywords axe contained in Appendix 3 to this procedure
document. These descriptions include an explanation of the
information displayed by the keyword.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 19
KEYWORD
ABBR
FUNCTION
SET
S
specifies the prompt to be issued
RESUME
RSM
relights the crosshairs
LOCATE
LOC
determines lat/long of a point
REMARKS
RMK
stores remarks in the Results File
CITYLIST
CT
places site names on reach maps
DISPLAY
D
redraws the reach map
W2LII1ITS
W2
displays lat/long limits of sites
LL
none
shows location of a site on the reach map
DELAY
none
gives terminal time to accept data
NODELAY
none
eliminates DELAY
ASIW
none
displays ASIUPCA data on the reach map
ADD
none
adds a theme or themes to a reach map
DROP
none
deletes a theme or themes from a reach map
STATE
none
displays user-created state data
USER
none
displays user-created user data
WRITE
U
plots and saves indicated lat and long
The following three figures illustrate hou one might begin examining
the available information on the sites located at a reach using a
graphics terminal. Figure 11 shows the entering of a reach number
and the system responses indicating the nunbei cr.d type of sites
found to be associated with the reach. (Except for the SCALE and
prompts, this display would look identical on a non-graphics
terminal.)
Figure 12 shows the textual information and the stream trace
displayed in response to the COLLECTION d1 keyword. Kote the *:ity
names that are automatically displayed with the trace# and the three
arrows that depict the location of the three water supply plants
listed on the left side of the screen. These arrows have a very
narrow arrow head (a 10 degree angle), which indicates that their
locations were determined from the mileages stored in the detail
files accessed by SITEHELP. Also, the procedure denotes the
direction of the stream flow by placing an X at the downstream end of
each reach trace it displays.
Figure 13 is a redisplay (created by the DISPLAY keyword) of Figure
12, but also shows the use of the LOCATE, U2LIMITS, and LL keywords.
Using the crosshairs, which were positioned near the end of the arrow
showing the location of the Duckett Reservoir on the reach, the
LOCATE keyword was used to determine the latitude and longitude of
that point. Note the square that is placed at the position of the
crosshairs and to the left of the coordinates displayed by LOCATE.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 20
OPTION1?
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OPTION?
re^ch 02060006022
SCALE?
TOL?
6
S WO STATIONS WITH REACH NUMBERS
PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
LATMAX 39 IS 49.2 LATMIN 38 58 6.9
LONMAX 77 2 54.9 LONMIN 76 42 48.9
ENTER KEYWORD AND NEW VALUE OR RETURN.
198 WQ STATIONS IN WINDOW
SOLID WASTE SITES RETRIEVAL NOT ATTEMPTED
OPTION?
collection dl
Figure 11
Selecting a Reach to be Displayed

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 21
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 23
The W2LIMITS keyword can be used to display the coordinates of thi
polygon surrounding the displayed reach. The LL keyuord is used
indicate the location of sites based on the stored latitude and
longitude coordinates. Note these arrows have a wider arrow than the
arrows discussed above, which denotes that they are based on stored
coordinates and not on stored mileages.
The SCALE? prompt issued by SITEHELP after the REACH keyword is
entered allows for the scaling of the reach map that is displayed.
If there is no response entered (i.e.* a carraige return is entered),
the procedure will automatically draw the reach as large as possible,
using the full right half of the screen, and indicate at the bottom
of the screen the scale used to dzau the reach map. Acceptable
responses to this prompt include any numerical value. Values greater
than one result in the reduction of the size of the reach trace that
is drawn, values less than one result in the enlargement of the reach
drawn, such that only a portion of the reach may be displayed on the
screen. Users are encouraged to experiment with different scale
values to gain a feel of how the size of the reach can be controlled.
The TOL? (for tolerance) prompt that is issued following the SCALE?
prompt asks for the maximum number of Tektronix points separation
that is acceptable in discarding a point from the reach trace at the
scale used. Acceptable responses are any whole number from 1 to 10,
with 1 being the default, which results in the maximum, but often
unneeded, resolution.
If one is only browsing through the data being displayed, a lower
resolution of the digitized reach trace would certainly be
acceptable, as the detail of the reach'es zigs and zags would
probably not be necessary. A slight improvement in response time to
draw the traces would be realized.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 24
ASSIGNS
When a reach number is entered via the REACH keyword, SITEHELP
accesses each of the many data bases available to it and retrieves
information on every site associated uith the reach. In addition,
with the STORET data base, the procedure also retrieves all
information on all sites located within the polygon enclosing the
reach. When in graphics mode, a digitized trace of the reach is
mapped onto the right hand half of the screen using a transverse
mercator projection. Users can then display along this reach the
locations of the sites selected by SITEHELP > displaying them one
collection at a time.
By then using the appropriate GRAPHICS keyworda, such as LOCATE, LL,
WCLIHITS, or the lighted crosshairs of the graphics terminal, users
can then determine and display the locations of sites not displayed
on the reach. They can also determine the accuracy of the indicated
locations of sites as displayed by the procedure using the
information stored in the data bases. Then, using the assignment
keywords such as ASSIGN, ALIAS, OFFNAMES, or the lighted crosshairs,
users can assign the sites to theiz cozrect locations along the
reach, and save these new location assignments in a Results File for
later use.
Users can then take the appropriate steps to have the data bases
updated using the cozrect data stored in the usez's Results File.
Contact a member of the U&AB staff for information on hou to update
the vazious data bases accessed by SITEHELP.
All site assignments made for a zeach remain in effect as long as
that reach is active during the tezminal session. All assignments
are automatically saved uhen a new zeach i i made active or the
session terminated. The SAVE keyword can be used at any time to save
assignments.
The keywozds that aze used to make site loca )n assignments that are
saved in the usez's Results File aze listed below. Such assignments
can be made with any type of tezminal; however, theiz full
vezsatility can be exploited best using a gzaphics tezminal, in that
site locations can then be actually visualized along accuzate zeach
tzaces.
KEYWORD
ABBR
FUNCTION
ALIAS
AL
Establishes a synonym foz a site to be


used with the ASSIGN keywozd
ASSIGN
AS
Assigns a site to a location along a zeach
OFFXAMES
0
Lists sites assigned off a zeach
SAVE
SA
Saves assignments into a Results File

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U2AB SITEHELP
APPENDIX 1
THE GROUPING OF DATA INTO COLLECTIONS
Septembez 1987
DRAFT

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 1
APPENDIX 1 = THE GROUPING OF DATA INTO COLLECTIONS
When the REACH keyword is entered in response to an OPTION? prompt,
SITEHELP retrieves from the various EPA data files those data for all
sites that are associated with the specified reach, and then groups
the sites into collections of from 1 to 12 related sites (i.e., gages
are grouped with other gages, and monitoring sites are grouped with
other monitoring sites, but a facility collection consists of a
single NPDES facility). When the retzievd data are displayed, for
example via the NEXT keyword, SITEHELP displays the data one
collection at a time. For example, if there are three KPDES
facilities associated with a reach, then three NEXT keywords will
need to be entered to display the data for all three.
The table below defines the six different types of collections into
which retrieved data are grouped by SITEHELP, and they are listed in
the order that collections are made active, i.e., made available
for display using the NEXT keyword.
I COLLECTION TYPE I
COLLECTION NAME
* I
SITE TYPE 1
1 Single IFD facility 1
KPDES number
I
1
Pipe i
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1 Groups of up to 12 1
1 gages 1
G1 through G9
* 1
1
1
Gage 1
1 Data on a single 1
1 water supply 1
1 system 1
D1 through D9
X I
1
1
1
Plant, Intake, 1
Source 1
1 Groups of up to 12 I
I stations that have I
I reach numbers I
Ml through M9
* 1
1
1
1
Station 1
I Groups of up to 12 I
I stations that do I
I not have reach #s I
N1 through N9
1
X I
1
1
1
Station 1
I Groups of up to 12 I
I solid waste I
I disposal sites I
S1 through S9
X I
1
1
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* the Gx, Dx, Mx, Nx, and Sx suffixes are appended to a
7-character reach abbreviation that is unique for that reach.
This numbering scheme used for collection names will become
apparant as you review the figures and examples presented
throughout this document.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 2
If there are more than 108 (9 x 123 monitoring stations of either
type CM or N) . letters are used to designate collections containing
the 1C9th and beyond stations. For example. lift uill be the suffix
for the tenth collection of monitoring stations that have reach
numbers, MB the eleventhi and so on.
A monitoring station uill appear in either an II collection or an
K collection, but not both.

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WCAB SITEHELP
APPENDIX 2
FORMAT OF THE RESULTS TILE
Septeabez 1987
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 1
APPENDIX 2: FORMAT OF THE RESULTS FILE
When using SITEHELP in graphics mode, users can assign a geographical
location to sites located on or near the reach uhile it is being
displayed on the screen. Any such assignments are saved by SITEHELP
into a Results File whose name uas specified during the START-UP
phase of entering a SITEHELP session. The format of this 16-field-
per-record file is defined belou.
FORMAT OF THE RESULTS TILE
1 FIELD
POSITIOK
TYPE OF DATA
COKTEKT OF FIELD 1
1 1
1-4
Floating Point
Latitude in seconds 1
1 2
5-8
Floating Point
Longitude in seconds 1
1 3
9-12
Floating Point
Field 7 divided by the 1



length of the reach i
1 4
1 3- 1 *4
Halfuord Binary
Site number 1
1 5
15-16
Halfuord Binary
Length of Remarks Field 1
1 6
17-22
Packed Decimal
Reach number 1
1 7
23-26
Floating Point
Miles from the downstream 1



end of the reach 1
1 8
27-35
Characters
Collection name 1
1 9
36
Character
H if off reach; else blank 1
1 10
37
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if Uatez Supply. G if 1



Gage. ** if Monitor, or 1



S if Solid Waste. 1
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38-60
Depends on the
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data base
agency name * 1
I 12
61-80
Depends on the
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data base
station name * 1
1 13
81-86
Characters
Create date Cyyamdd) 1
1 14
87-92
Characters
Create time Chhmmss) 1
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* the number that identifies the site. This is a 9 character frds
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stations, a 9 character NPDES number for NPDES discharge
facilities, or a 1 to 8 character agency code for STORET uater
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APPEHDIX 3
SITEHELP KEYWORDS
September 1987
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APPENDIX 3: SITEHELP KEYWORDS
This appendix presents complete descriptions of the keywords that are
valid replies to the OPTIOH? prompt issued by the SITEHELP procedure.
Included in this information, axe explanations of the terms and
abbreviations that appear in the output generated by the keyword.
For ease of reference, the keywords are listed alphabetically.
The SITEHELP keyword named HELP provides a summary of the latest
available information on the procedure and its capabilities,
including any new or changed keywords. This keyword is invoked by
entering HELP in response to the OPTION? prompt.
Acceptable abbreviations for a keyword or its value are shown within
parentheses, such as CXTYCC). A stack or column of values
immediately to the right of a keyword indicates that one of the
values must be specified with the keyword. for example, the format
of the COLLECTIOH keyword is shown as:
COLLECTIOHC CO ) SU11(S)
LIST CD
name
which indicates that if the CO keyword is specified, then either SUM,
LIST (or their abbreviation} * s>r a valid collection name must also be
specified.
All keyword names and any values that are shown in uppercase in the
keyword descriptions must be entered as shown, or via their indicated
acceptable abbreviation. Values that are lowercase ace to be
assigned a variable quantity or expression, as defined in the keyword
description. In the examples that portray terminal sessions,
lowercase letters represent user input, and uppercase letters
represent computer response.
Within each keyword description is a WHEN VALID paragraph, which
gives the conditions under which the keyword can be used. Fox
instance, this paragraph states whether the keyword can be used with
any type of terminal, ok with only a graphics terminal.

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USE: When using a graphics terminal, city names are displayed at
their appropriate locations along a digitized trace of a reach.
This keyuord enables a non-graphics terminal user to vieu a
list of these cities that are located along the reach selected
for revieu.
UHEH VALID: Uith a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
ACQCIT	There are no values associated uith this keyuord.
NOTES ON USAGE:
An example of the output of this keyuord is shoun belou in
Figure 1. Included in the response are the latitudes and
longitudes delimiting the polygon surrounding the reach, and
four columns of data, from left to right, as follous:
1	- the names of the cities associated uith the reach lis^?^
in order of decreasing population
2	- an indicator of uhethez the city is (Y) oz is not (K)
associated uith the active reach
3	- an indicator of uhy the city uas not mapped
F - the city's coordinates fall uithin the mapping
uindou, but the location is so near one of the edges
that the name, if printed, uould in part fall outside
the uindou.
C - the coordinates used for the location of the city are
the coordinates of the centroid of the county in
uhich the city falls.
X - the space in uhich the name of the city uould appear
on the map is alredy filled, in uhole or in part, by
the name of another city or cities of greater
population.
blank - no indicator appears in this column in that a
non-graphics terminal is being used and no
attempt uas made to map the city locations.
1 - the population of the city, based on the latest available
Census data

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ADD
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U5E^ When the REACH Keyword is entered during a SITEHELP session,
the procedure retrieves data for sites located on or near the
reach from a number of different data bases. In addition to
the major EPA data bases (such as the Reach File, STORET, the
Flow File. the Stream Gage Data File, the Drinking Mater Supply
File, and others), which SITEHELP accesses automatically, the
procedure can be instructed to access one or more other data
bases that contain special use data and that have been made
available to SITEHELP users. This keyword is used to specify
uhich of these special data bases are to be searched for site
data uhen a REACH keyword is entered.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOH? prompt
Before the reach has been selec-ted via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
ADD ASIU
STATE
USER
ALL
where '
ASIU. STATE, and USER refer to the data bases that are to be
searched for data on sites associated with the reach
specified via any REACH keyword issued subsequent to this
keyword. Specifying the ALL value will result in all three
data bases being searched. These is no default value for
this keyword; unless explicitly specified via this keyword,
none of these data bases will be searched by SITEHELP.
NOTES ON USAGZ:
This keyword remains in effect foe the duration of the SITEHELP
session, or until the keyword is re-entered, or until the DROP
keyword is entered.
ASIU, STATE, and USER were the names of the three special use
data bases that were accessible to SITEHELP at the time this
document was prepared. Additional special or theme data bases
could be made available to SITEHELP as new data and resources
are made available. Uatch for announcements of any such new
capabilities via the SITEHELP HELP keyword.

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Figure 1 shows the entering of the ADD ASIW keyword so that the
ASIUPCA data base uill be searched whenever a REACH keyword is
entered. Upon entering the ASIU keyword, as shown in Figure 1
and which requests that only ASIUPCA data be displayed,
SITEHELP responds with what is shown in Figure 2. Figure 3
shows that these special use data are also displayed when a
collection of sites is requested to be displayed along a reach.
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USE: The ALIAS keyword is used in conjunction with the ASSIGN
keyword to facilitate the assignment of site positions to
specific locations along the displayed reach. In essence, the
keyword serves as a shorthand method of making site assign-
ments. Using this keyword, an alias (i.e., the synonym value
for the keyword) can be established for a specific point along
a reach, and then this alias used as a value for the ASSIGN
keyword, which is used to make site assigments that are saved
in the user's Results File.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYUORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
ALIAS(AL) LIST(L)
ALIAS(AL) ss*	synonym
ssccccccccc
where:
LIST	requests a listing of all currently-established
aliases.
ss*	specifies the site number of the active collection
for which an alias is to be established. Site
number refers to the left-most column of numbers
that is displayed with the descriptive information
shown on the left side of the screen. The asterisk
indicates that the site is in the active collection
currently being displayed.
sseeeeccecc	specifies the one or two character site
number (ss) and the up-to-nine alphameric
character (ccccccccc) name of the collection
that the site is part of for which an alias
is to be established.
synonym	specifies the alias to be established for the
indicated site. Synonym can be any alphameric
value, including blanks, up to 16 characters in
length.

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NOTES OH USAGE:
The site specified via this keyword must ne located on a reach,
i.e , the cits cunr.ot be offreacn. Thus, any site that is
displayed as being on the reach (and uhose mileage on the reach
is listed on the left half of the screen) can be used. Or any
site that was initially displayed as being off the reach but
uas subsequently assigned to a position on the reach can be
used .
Before an alias can be used uith an ASSIGN keyword, the alias
must have been established via this keyword.
Aliases remain in effect for the duration of the terminal
session.
Figure 1 shows the use of the ALIAS keyword to establish a
synonym for two of the sites (sites 11 and 1) of the displayed
collection of monitoring stations.

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ASIW
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USE: one o the data bases available to SITEHELP contains stream use
impairment data that have been derived from the Association of
State and Interstate Uater Pollution Control Administrators
(ASIUPCA) reports. These data include stream uses supported
for 1972 and 1982 (for point source impairment levels) and 1985
(for non-point source impairment levels). The ASIU keyword is
used to map only the 1972 and 1982 data along the digitized
trace of a reach of interest.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
After an ADD ASIU or ADD ALL keyword has been entered
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
Before the reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AHD VALUES'
ASIW	There are no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES ON USAGE:
If there are ASIWPCA data stored for the selected reach, and an
appropriate ADD keyword is in effect, this keyword will display
the 1972 and 1982 point source impairment levels as a pair of
dotted and/or dashed lines, as appropriate, as shown, for
example, in Figure 1. City names are displayed, along with any
legends entered by the user (such as Lily Cache Cr as shown in
Figure 1), but no site data are displayed.
The W2AB interactive analysis procedure named ASIUPCA can also
be used to obtain stream use designation information for a
reach. It can also retrieve these data for all reaches within
a state.

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ASSIGN
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USE: One of the most useful functions of the SITEHELP procedure
is to use it to verify the accuracy of site locations as they
are stored in the various EPA data bases. With SITEHELP
operating in graphics mode* these locations can be displayed
along actual reach traces, and the accuracy of their indicated
location verified and corrected if necessary.
These assignments can be made manually using the lighted
crosshairs of a graphics terminal, or automatically using the
ASSIGN keyword. All assignments are saved in the user's
Results rile identified during the START-UP of the procedure.
These Results File data can then be used to update the
appropriate EPA data bases, so that subsequent use of the data,
whether via SITEHELP or other programs, will reflect accurate
data.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
S3*
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s1 s2, and s3
are site numbers. If a second site (s2)
is specified, then si and s2 refer to a
range of sites tn*t sre to be assigned a
location according to the other values
specified for the keyword. (Site numbers
refer to the left-most column of numbers
that is displayed with the descriptive
information shown on the left side of the
screen. These numbers are used by the
procedure to identify the individual
sites within a collection.)
s 3*
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collection currently being displayed.

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s3ccccccccc
denotes a site s3 belonging to a previous
active collection of sites on the display
reach, uhere ccccccccc is the collection
name .
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denotes a previously-established alias using
the ALIAS keyword.
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refers to a point number on the reach trace.
which begins at 1 at the downstream end of
the reach and increases going upstream.
CLOSEST
specifies that the indicated site is to be
assigned to that point on the reach that is
the closest to the site's current location,
as determined by the site's stored latitude
and longitude coordinates.
NOTES ON USAGE:
With the ASSIGN keyword, a site, or even a range of sites, can
be assigned to a specific location along the displayed reach
trace. These specific locations can be:
-	another site along the. reach, eithez in the current active
collection or a previously-displayed collection, using
either a site number or an alias
-	a point on the reach trace
-	a point on the reach trace closest to a site's existing
location.
When the CLOSEST value is specified, SITEHELP determines the
point on the reach that is the closest by a comparison of the
site's stored latitude and longitude with the latitude and
longitude of the reach trace.
An assignment is flagged in the Results File as being on the
reach unless the OFF value is specified. And for all assign-
ment values except CLOSEST, the assigned location may be
upstream (+) or downstream (-) of the designated site or point
by a specified number of miles.
As each assignment is made, SITEHELP gathers the information it
needs to complete the record that it will write to the Results
File upon the issuance of the SAVE keyword.
Figures 1 and 2 show the procedure's responses to the ASSIGN
keyword. Although they are associated with the reach, none of
the 10 sites within the collection shown in Figure 1 have a
miles on reach value stored in the data base from which they
were selected. Rather, their locations on the reach trace were
based on their stored latitude and longiiude coordinates (note

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the 30 degree arrowhead of these arrows, which is used by
SITEHELP to indicate that the locations were based on
coordinates stored in the detail files). It appears that 8 of
the 10 sites uere stored uith the identical coordinates,
perhaps those of a city or a county centroid.
figure 2 shows the changes made to the display when a site
location assignment is made, whether via the ASSIGN keyword
(which was used to assign site 4) or by using the lighted
crosshairs (which was used to assign sites 1 and 2). Note that
the azxous pointing to locations along the reach have narrower
arrowheads (20 degree) than do the initially displayed arrows.
When a site location assignment is made, the procedure:
-	draws a 20 degree azzou at the appropriate angle (see
belou) at the assigned position on the reach
-	places an X to the left of the line of text that gives the
descriptive data for that site, and
-	displays, to the far right of the line of text for that
site, the mileage on the reach for the assigned site.
The angle that the shaft of the arrow makes uith the vertical
is a function of the site number, and is determined via the
following computation1
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degrees (2 x 30), and the angle foz site number 13 would be
20 degrees ((13 x 30) ~ 370).
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CITY
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USE: This keyword is used to display information about a city. It
sexves as an excellent starting point when relatively little or
nothing is known about a stretch of river or the sites in the
vicinity of a river of interest.
UHEN VALID- Uith a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
KEYWORD FOSflAT AND VALUES-*
CITY(C) city-name state-code
where:
city-name is the name of the city for uhich data are to be
displayed. Names must be spelled out (no
abbreviations). and spelled correctly. Colons
must be entered in lieu of blanks fox city names
consisting of two or more words > for example
Little * Rock,
state-code is the two-character alphabetic TIPS
abbreviation for the state in which city-name
is located. Numerical state codes (e.g.. 51
for VA) are ignored. This value is optional.
NOTES ON USAGE-'
In response to this keyword, SITEHELP displays a selection of
data elements retrieved from the EPA City Master File. An
example of the output displayed is shown below in Figure 1.
If a state code is not provided, information is displayed for
all eities found with the name city-name. If a state code is
not provided and the city cannot be found within the City
Master Tile, SITEHELP will respond uith information on the city
that is the next greater in alphabetic sequence. If a state
code is provided, then information is displayed only for the
city located within the state specified.
If a city-name is misspelled, and consequently no city found
within the state specified, SITEHELP will respond uith another
OPTION? prompt, as shown in the first three lines of Figure 1.

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Information provided fox a city includes*-
-	a five-digit city code established by EPft that is unique
among all cities- towns, and villages in the United
States and its possessions
-	the city's latitude and longitude, if available, expressed
in degiees. minutes, and seconds
-	a flag code denoting additional information about the
latitude and longitude (see below)
-	the EPA majoz and ninor basin codes CnJnN)
-	the Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area code (SMSA)
established by the Census Bureau
-	Census data for 1960 (C601, 1970 IC70). and 1980 tCSO)
-	the name of the county in which the city is located, and
-	a line of data for each reach associated uith the city
The FA6 code pertains to the latitude and longitude of the
city, as follows
Code I Explanation
C	I	The lat/long was changed by EPA Hq
*	)	The lat/long was updated using atlas data
K	1	Hew atlas data uith city lat/long
?	I	Data field is blank
The output fields SBC, SB. CD. FPS70, and CPS70 no longer
contain xelevant data about the city and should be ignored.
The presence of a -1 z ? in any {ield oc column indicates an
absence of data; a -1 Coz -1.Q0) indicates an empty numerical
field, a ? an empty alphabetic oz alphameric field.

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CITYLIST
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USE: When a reach has been selected and displayed# the names o
cities located on or near the reach are also displayed. These
names are obtained from the City Master File, and are shoun in
their appropriate locations relative to the reach, as space
permits, with cities of higher population taking priority over
less populated areas. The CITYLIST keyword provides the
ability to display, in addition to these automatically supplied
city names. 1) the names of other cities uhose coordinates are
known, or 2) any user-specified and user-positioned (using the
lighted crosshairs) alphameric legend, such as other city
names, points of interest, or bridge names.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
After a collection of sites on the reach has been
displayed
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
CITYLIST(CT) AUTO
where *
AUTO presents a list of cities, if any are known, that
are located within the mapping window but were not
displayed on the map. The non-mapped cities are
listed in order of decreasing population. This value
is optional.
NOTES ON USAGE:
Uhen the CITYLIST keyword is entered without AUTO, the
procedure redraws the reach map. displays the textual data,
and readies itself to accept user-provided legends to be
displayed on the reach map at the positions indicated by the
lighted crosshairs. The procedure performs one of two steps,
as follows:
1) If any legends have been established through previous
CITYLIST keywords, the procedure will display the first
previously-entered legend, ask the user to enter one of
the four letters below, and then light the crosshairs.
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D - to delete the displayed legend
N - to list the next legend
X - to delete all previously-entered legends, or ^
n - to relocate the displayed legend to the position
indicated by the lighted crosshairs
2) After step 1, or if no legends had been previously
established, the procedure uill draw the reach map again
(reflecting any and all changes entered during step 1),
ask the user to enter an A or E, and relight the
crosshairs. An A is entered to add a legend, an E to
exit CITYLIST and obtain the OPTION? prompt.
To add a legend, the crosshairs are moved to the desired
location where the legend is to appear, with the inter-
section of the crosshairs pinpointing the position of the
bottom left corner of the first character in the legend,
and an A entered. When the cursor subsequently appears
at that location, the legend can be entered. After
entering a carriage return, the crosshairs reappear and
the process continued until it is terminated with an E.
Figures 1 and 2 attempt to portray this process. After
selecting the indicated reach and entering the keyword
CITYLIST, the reach map is redrawn (Figure 1) and the first
previously-established legend is displayed, in this example the
city named newcity. The crosshairs were moved to the position
of newcity shown on Figure 2, and an n entered, (which requests
that the legend be repositioned). The legend newcity is
repositioned as shown on Figure 2.
Legends established by the CITYLIST keyword are not saved in
the Results File, nor are they deleted automatically if another
collection of the reach be displayed, or if another reach be
selected and displayed. All established legends will reappear
each time the reach map is redrawn, and if a new reach is
selected, the existing legends have to be deleted by the user,
i.e., legends are retained by the procedure for the duration of
the SITEHELP session, unless changed or deleted by the user.
If a new scale is selected for the same reach for which legends
were established, the positions of the legends are not changed
by the procedure, and they must be moved by the user.
Up to 25 legends can be established and displayed at any one
time.
The automatically-supplied city names are not under the control
of the user, and will change, as appropriate, from reach to
reach.

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Sep 87 page 23
Figure 3 shous the procedure's response if CITYLIST is entered
uith the AUTO operand. The reach map is displayed along uith a
list of city names, if there are any, that exist uithin the
mapping window but that were not displayed on the map.
The non-mapped cities are listed in order of decreasing
population, which are provided in the right most column of the
data display. Between the city name and the population are two
single character fields. The right most column indicates
whether the city is (Y) or is not (K) associated uith the
active reach. The second column contains a single letter that
indicates why the city was not automatically displayed when the
reach map was drawn, as follows:
F - The city's coordinates fall uithin the mapping uindou.
but the mapped location is so near one of the edges of
the uindou polygon that the name, if printed, uould, at
least in part, fall outside the uindou.
C - The coordinates used for the location of the city are
the coordinates of the centzoid of the county in uhich
the city is located.
X - The space in uhich the name of the city uould appear on
the map is already filled, in uhole or in part, by the
name of one or more other cities having a greater
population.
By entering the name of any of the displayed non-mapped cities,
a symbol uill be draun at the city's location on the map. All
of the cities listed can be so spotted on the map, and a
different symbol uill be used for each city, as follows:
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A colon must be entered in lieu of a blank in city names
consisting of one or more uozds, such as Little:Rock. Symbols
uill not be zedraun uhenever the reach map is re-displayed.
In Figure 3, the names of four non-mapped cities uere entered,
but the resulting symbols overlaid one another in that the
stored latitude and longitude coordinates for each of the
cities happened to be the county centroid.
As indicated by the prompt shoun in Figure 3, the keyuord is
exited by entering END.

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USE: The COLLECTION keyword displays both summary and detail
information about all sites associated with the reach selected
via the previously-entered REACH keyword. It provides a
listing of the number of facilities* gages, water supplies, and
monitoring stations found, and it lists the names of the
collections into which they were placed by SITEHELP. When in
graphics mode using a graphics terminal, the locations of sites
within a collection are displayed along a trace of the reach,
which is drawn in the right half of the screen. Using these
collection names, more detailed information can be obtained on
the individual sites.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORHAT AND VALUES:
COLLECTION(CO) SUW(S)
LIST (L )"
name
where:
SUH(S)
gives a summary of the number of collections
found for each of the collection types, except
for monitoring stations that do not have a reach
number stored.
LIST(L)
lists the names of all the collections of sites
retrieved. The collection names of NPDES
facilities are listed first, followed in order by
gages, drinking water facilities, monitoring
stations# and solid waste disposal sites.
nun
is the name of the collection for which detailed
information is to be displayed. For NPDES
facilities, the full nine-character name of the
collection must be entered; for gages, water
supplies, monitoring stations, and solid waste
disposal sites, either the full nine-character name
or the two right-most characters can be entered.

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NOTES ON USAGE:
Figures 1 through 5 portray the information that	is display^^
by the three formats of this keyword. The first	four figures
uere obtained using a non-graphics terminal; Figure 5 shows the
information displayed using a graphics terminal.	The first six
lines of output for each format contain the same	information,
as follows:
-	the name of the reach
-	the number and length of the reach
-	the type of reach and its stream level
-	the numbers of the adjoining reaches# and
-	the date and time of the session
The type of reach is indicated by a one-chazacter alphabetic
code and the letters TRNS if it is a transport reach. (If it
is a shoreline reach, no letters appear.) The level denotes
the hydrological level of the stream as defined uithin the
STORET system. The definitions of the alphabetic codes are as
follows

TYPES OF
TRANSPORT
REACHES 1
I Code
Type
1 Code
1 Type 1
1 A
Artificial Lake
1 S
1 Start 1
1 B
Bi-Directional
1 T
1 Terminal A
1 E
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1 V
1 Open Uatez Terminafl
1 M
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Non-Connected
1 Z
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1 R
Regular
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1 Continental
1 L
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1 G
1 Great Lakes
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Sep 87 page 29
The DOWNSTREAM, COIIPLEnEHT, UPLEFT, and UPRIGHT designations
denote the reaches that adjoin the active reach as shoun below;
. UPRIGHT
UPLEFT
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A comparison of Figures 1 and 2 will help users understand hou
SITEHELP groups retrieved sites into the different collections.
(This concept of collections is described in Appendix 1.) For
instance* each of the three NPDES facilities is placed into a
collection by itself, uith the name shoun in Figure 2. But
since all other types of sites are grouped 12 to a collection,
there is but one collection for each of the other types of
sites.
A review of Figure 2 shows that LIST displays each collection
name for the reach. For collections that can consist of more
than one site* the collection name is followed by up to 12
fields of data* on* for each site in the collection. These
fields consist of a number and an alphabetic character: the
number is the mileage of the site from the downstream end of
the reach* and the letter denotes whether the site is on (Y)
or off (N) the reach. Each water supply collection gives data
for a single drinking water system. For example, the eight
fields of data shown for collection D1 in Figure 2 denote that
systaa's two plants* four intakes* and two secondary sources.
The single digit within parentheses appended to the reach
number in this keyword's listings is the check digit used when
the reach number was stored.
The notations NO RCH and DIF RCH indicate* respectively* those
sites lacking a stored reach number or sites having a stored
reach number that is different from the active reach.

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Sep 87 page 30
Figures 3 and 4 show displays resulting from specifying a
collection name as a value of the COLLECTION keyuord. The J
name of the collection is listed following the date-time li"
followed in turn by one line of data for each site within the
collection. Host of the information displayed should be self-
explanatory. Figure 5 shows the reach trace and the site
locations (denoted by the arrows) that are displayed when a
graphics terminal is used. Compare Figures 4 and 5, which
show, respectively, the information displayed for the same
collection by a non-graphics terminal and by a graphics
terminal. The horizontal and vertical lines in Figure 5 denote
the lighted crosshairs displayed by a graphics terminal.
Refer to the description of the Lighted Crosshairs capability
for information on hou +o manipulate the lighted crosshairs
generated by graphics terminals.
Type K monitoring stations are chosen and located by latitude
and longitude coordinates alone. Type n monitoring stations,
as well as the other types of sites, are chosen by previously-
stored reach numbers and located on a digitized trace of a
reach by mileages, if stored, oz then by coordinates, if their
mileages are not stored.
Whenever there are more than 35 type N monitoring stations on a
reach, the louest-numbezed type N collection uill contain those
monitoring stations that aze located closest to the reach, as
determined solely by the latitude and longitude coordinates of
the stations and the stream trace. Each subsequent type N
collection uill contain stations located furthez away from
zeach than the pzeceeding zeach. Whenever there are fewer
35 type N monitoring stations on a reach, the sites uill be
grouped in no particular ordez.
Stations shown aze always limited to those whose coozdinates
are uithin either 1) the azea bounded by the maximum and
minimum coozdinate values of the tzace, plus a 10 pezcent (of
the azea) ovezlap on each side, oz 2) the coozdinate rectangle
supplied by the usez when the zeach was specified (via the
REACH keyuozd).
The pzesence of the lettez C between an NPDES numbez and the
mileage-on/off field on a line of data about a facility means
theze aze bioassay zesults for ozganisms exposed to an effluent
fzom that discharger available in the CETIS file.
Uhen the COLLECTION keyuord is entered with a collection name
foz uhich no sites ueze zetrieved, the pzoceduze uill
issue an INVALID zesponse followed by an OPTION? pzompt.

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Sep 8? page 31
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Figure 1
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Sep 87 page 32
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Sep 87 page 33
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DELAY
NODELAY
SITEHELP
USE: When operating in graphics mode, SITEHELP automatically pauses
for 2 seconds after issuing an erase screen command to the
terminal to give the terminal time to again be ready to accept
data. This delay is required for some terminals, but not for
others that are able to store or buffer data while the screen
is being erased. The DELAY keyword establishes this delay, the
NODELAY keyword eliminates the delay.
WHEN VALID-' With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
DELAY	These are no values for these two keywords.
NODELAY
NOTES ON USAGE:
SITEHELP is placed into graphics mode whenever a Y is enterelS
in response to the START UP prompt 'DO YOU WANT GRAPHICS CODES
OUTPUT?
The following table summarizes which terminals are and are not
able to buffer transmitted data.
1 Terminal
Able to Buffer?
Terminal
Able to Buffer? 1
1 '~0 14
No
4054
Yes 1
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 37
DISPLAY
SITEHELP
USE: The DISPLAY keyword redraws the reach map and, using arrows,
displays either the locations of all sites that have been
assigned for the collection and saved in the Results File, or
the locations of all sites assigned during the current SITEHELP
session.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
DISPLAY(D) D
S
where:
D specifies that the sites shown are to be those that
have mileages stored in the Results File. The locations
will be marked by arrows with a 10 degree arrowhead,
and shaft angles as described below.
S specifies that only the sites assigned during the
current SITEHELP session are to be shown on the
displayed reach map. The locations will be marked by
arrows with a 20 degree arrowhead, and shaft angles as
described below.
NOTES ON USAGE:
For each display, a symbol will appear to the left of the
collection name on the left side of the screen, and the same
symbol will appear next to the arrow denoting the first
assigned site for that collection. The SITEHELP procedure
makes no attempt to avoid the overlapping of arrows or symbols.
The angle that the shaft of the arrow makes with the vertical
is a function of the site number, and is determined via the
following computation:
for sites
(site no.) x (30 degs)	1-12
angle = (site no.) x (30 degs) - 370 c?s	13-24
(site no.) x (30 degs) - 740 degs	25-35

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Sep 87 page 38
such that the angle for site number two would then be 60
degrees (2 x 30), and the angle for site number 13 would bd|
degrees ((13 x 30) - 370).
In Figure 1, site number 1 of the displayed collection uas
assigned to the position shown using the lighted crosshairs.
Figure 2 shows the response from entering DISPLAY S. A number
and a 20 degree arrowhead denote the site whose location was
assigned in Figure 1.

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USE'- The Dxinking Water Supply File contains data on surface water
supplies located across the nation, including the locations of
utilities and their intakes and sources, and the USGS
hydrologic cataloging unit codes and reach, numbers of their
receiving uaters. The data base contains data on	utilities
serving communities with populations greater than 25,000, and
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Sep 87 page 42
-	the mileage of the plant, intake, or source from the
dounstream end of the reach,
an indicator whether the plant, intake, or source is on
(Y) or off t N) the reach, and
-	the name of the plant, intake, or source, as appropriate.
The presence of a -1 or ? in any field or column indicates an
absence of data; a -1 (or -1.00) indicates an empty numerical
field, a ? an empty alphabetic or alphameric field.
(The line of data in Figure 1 that begins with P1D1 is used
internally by EPA as a data reference and can be ignored by
users.)
OPTIONS
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Figure 1
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 43
DROP
SITEHELP
USE: when the REACH keyword is entered during a SITEHELP session,
the procedure retrieves data for sites located on or near the
reach from a number of different data bases. The ADD keyword
is used to include one or more special use data bases to those
searched by SITEHELP. The DROP keyword is used to exclude any
such special use data bases from searches made for data on
reaches entered subsequently to this keyword.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
Before the reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
DROP	ASIW
STATE
USER
ALL
where:
ASIW, STATE, and USER are the names of the special use data
bases that are to no longer be included among the data bases
searched by SITEHELP for data on sites associated with a
specified reach. Specifying DROP ALL will exclude all of the
special use data bases from such searches.
NOTES ON USAGE:
ASIW, STATE, and USER were the names of the three special use
data bases that were accessible to SITEHELP at the time this
document was prepared. Additional special or theme data bases
could be made available to SITEHELP as new data and resources
are made available. Watch for announcements of any such new
capabilities via the SITEHELP HELP keyword.
When this keyword is entered, there is no acknowledging message
issued by SITEHELP; the procedure reissues the OPTION?
prompt.

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Sep 47 page
USE- The EKD keyword Is used to terminate a SITEHELP terminal
session.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Mon-Graphj.es Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FOMIAT AHD VALUES:
EKD()	There axe no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES OH USAGE:
Entering this keyword in response to the OPTIOK? prompt
terminates the procedure and returns the user to TSO and a
READY prompt.
As part of its termination processing. SITEHELP automatically
dumps the Results Tile buffer to the Results File so that any
location assignments made during the terminal session uill iyjf
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SITEHELP
Sep 67 page 15
FIND	I
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USE: This keyuord is used to identify stream reaches that are
located within a specified rectangle defined by latitude and
longitude coordinates, rnd thus enables users to obtain
information on a reach of interest without knowing its reach
number.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYUORD FORMAT AND VALUES'-
FIND(F) latitude 1 longitude 1 latitude2 longitude2
latitude longitude miles
where :
the latitude and longitude coordinates are specified in
degrees, in degrees and minutes, or in degrees, minutes, and
seconds, and miles are expressed in a whole number of miles.
NOTES ON USAGE:
These values for the FIND keyuord define a search window, i.e.,
a rectangle defined by either 1) the two pairs of coordinates
latl, longl, lat2, and long2, or 2) the coordinates derived
from the single pair of coordinates and a number of miles,
whereby the miles are converted to the appropriate extents in
latitude and longitude, extending north, south, east, and west
from the given coordinate by the number of miles specified via
the keyword, which is assumned to be at the center of the
search window.
The procedure then takes this window, compares it with the
rectangles of all reaches (whose vertices are the intersections
of tha maximum and minimum latitude and longitude), and lists
the numbers of all reaches that overlap, along with the name of
the stream or river of which the reach is a part. No reach
trace is displayed when using a graphics terminal.
Figure 1 shows examples of the two formats of the FIND keyword.
Note that the first example identifies reaches located within a
t square mile area, while the second example identifies those
reaches located within a 16 square mile area.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 46
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page M7
GAGE
SITEHELP
USE: This keyword is used to obtain information on a stream gaging
station. It displays a selection of data stored in EPA's Gage
Data Tile* which holds information on approximately 36.000
stream gaging stations located throughout the United States.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Mon-Gzaphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD TORHAT AND VALUES^
GAGE(G) gage#	where gage# is any valid alphameric stream
gage number, which consists of an 8 to 15
digit number, appended to the alphabetic
code identifying the contributing US
Geological Survey agency.
KOTES OK USAGE;
In response to this keyword, SITEHELP immediately displays a
selection of data elements retrieved from the EPA Gage Data
File. An example of this display is shoun in Figure 1.
The first line of the response repeats the gage number. Then,
depending on the data available, either two or three lines of
data are listed, as follows:
-	the name of the river on which the gaging station is
located, followed by the drainage area in square miles.
-	the reach number of that segment of river (a leading zero
of this 11-digit number is not displayed), the gage's
mileage location on the reach (measured from the downstream
end of the reach), whether the gage is on (1) or off (2)
the reach, and a description of how the flows given on the
following line were derived (most are estimated flows).
-	the mean and low flows, in cubic feet per second.
Data on gaging stations can also be displayed via the
COLLECTION keyword and specifying the name of the gaging
collection.
The presence of a -1 or ? in any field or column indicates an
absence of data; a -1 (or -1.00) indicates an empty numerical
field, a ? an empty alphabetic or alphameric field.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 49
HELP
SITEHELP
USE: The SITEHELP HELP keyuozd provides several summaries of
information about the procedure and its capabilities. It
always contains the latest information on neu or changed
keyuords or capabilities.
WHEN VALID: Uith a Graphics or Hon-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AKD VALUES '
KELP	This keyword can be entered without any value.
NOTES OK USAGE:
Entering HELP uith no operand will produce a display of the
valid operands "hat can then be entered to obtain the
information sought. The different operands display a general
overview of uhat the procedure can do. a listing of all valid
keyuords (or conmands> as they are referred to by this keyword)
a summary of the different data bases used by SITEHELP/ and
news summaries of the latest developments pertaining to the use
of the procedure.
Figure 1 shows a listing of the operands that were valid uith
this keyword at the time this document was written.
This keyword is different from the HfiAB HELP procedure which
provides summary information on the available H2AB interactive
analysis procedures, including SITEHELP.

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Sep 87 page 51
lighted
crosshairs
SITEHELP
USE: The lighted crosshairs are the horizontal and vertical lines
generated by the graphics terminal that are used to pinpoint a
position on the displayed reach map. This is achieved by
moving the crosshairs so that their intersection marks the
position of interest. The crosshairs are used uith the LOCATE
keyword to obtain the latitude and longitude coordinates o a
position on the reach map; uith the CXTYLIST keyword to locate
and move legends; uith the WRITE keyword to locate the point on
a reach closest to a point off the reach; and uith the
COLLECTION and DISPLAY keywords to assign additional sites to
the collection being displayed on the reach map.
WHEN VALID: Uith a Graphics Terminal
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
Uhile a reach map is being displayed
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
The SET and RESUME keywords are used to light the crosshairs.
The LOCATE CITYLIST, and WRITE keywords automatically light the
crosshairs at the appropriate time.
NOTES ON USAGE'-
Refer to the descriptions of the LOCATE, CITYLIST, and WRITE
keywords for information on how the lighted crosshairs function
uith those keywords.
The ASSIGN keyuord is used to assign a location on a reach
to a site automatically via specifying site numbers and other
keyword values, but without using lighted crosshairs. Site
locations can also be assigned manually using lighted
crosshairs, as described below. Such assignments may need to
be made, for instance, for those sites that do not have either
a mileage or coordinates stored, and which consequently do not
have their location pinpointed with an arrow when the reach
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The responses to lighted crosshairs always requires moving
positioning the crosshairs to a point of interest on the
displayed reach map and then entering an appropriate key. STTbe
graphics terminals also require a carraige return (c/r) after
entering the appropriate character, while others do not. as
summarized in the table below:
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After moving the crosshairs to the desired position, one of the
five following replies must be entered:
-	a site indicator
-	a period
-	a zero
-	an asterisk, or
-	a semicolon
Site Indicator
When a collection of sites is displayed uith a reach map.
those sites having a mileage or latitude and longitude
coordinates already stored are indicated by an arrou on
map. The angular extent of the arrowhead depicts whether the
site's location uas based on a stored mileage or on
geographical coordinates (as described below). And the angle
of the arrou shaft depicts the site number the arrou
represents (as also described below). (Site number refers to
the left most column of numbers that is displayed uith the
descriptive information shown on the left side of the
screen.)
To manually assign a site to a position on the reach, the
crosshairs must be moved to the appropriate position and a
one character indicator entered, which corresponds to the
site number as follows:
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I 1-9	I 1-9	I
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The procedure then:
-	locates the point on the reach closest to the position
of the crosshairs and assigns that point to the site,
-	draws an arrou at the appropriate angle (see belou) at
the assigned position*
-	places an X or N to the let of the line of text that
gives the descriptive data for that site (see Fig 2).
-	displays to the right of the line ci data for that site
the mileages of the site as measured from the doun-
stream end of the reach, and
-	relights the crosshairs.
The site location is indicated by an arzou with a 20 degree
arrowhead. The angle that the shaft of the arrow makes with
the vertical is a function of the site number, and is
determined via the following computation:
such that the angle for site number two would then be 6 0
degrees (2 x 30), and the angle for site number 13 would be
20 degrees ((13 x 30) - 370).
Figure 1 shows a collection of NPDES sites associated with a
reach of the Poquonock River. All 10 sites were stored in
the detail files with the same latitude and longitude
coordinates. The lighted crosshairs are shown on the figure.
Figure 2 shows the responses when site numbers (see below)
are entered after the crosshairs have been positioned to a
point on the reach. Note that the arrows pointing to the new
site locations have a 20 degree arrowhead.
If all sites of a collection have been assigned, entering
a period will result in the next collection becoming active.
(To make another collection active when all sites of the
active collection have not been assigned# use the semicolon
response or the NEXT oz COLLECTION keywords.)
for sites
(site no.) x (30 degs)
angle = (site no.) x (30 degs) - 370 degs
(site no.) x (30 degs) - 7 40 degs
1-12
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25-35
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Zero
This response is used to exit from the manual mode of making
assignments using lighted crosshairs. The crosshairs are
removed from the display screen, and the OPTION? prompt
issued. This prompt uill appear at the left margin of the
screen at the vertical position of the horizontal crosshair
uhen the zero uas entered. (So before entering this
response, be sure to position the horizontal crosshair so
that the OPTIOK? prompt uill not overprint existing text
already on the screen, and thus perhaps becoming somewhat
obscured.
Asterisk
Uhen an asterisk followed by a site indicator are entered,
an N rather than an X will be placed to the left of the text
for the site. The N indicates that the site is on a
tributary to the active reach. An asterisk entered by itself
has no effect.
Semicolon
The next collection on the reach is made active and displayed
on the screen. This response is identical to that of the
NEXT keyword when it is entered in response to the OPTIONj
prompt.

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LL
SITEHELP
USE: This keyword is used to determine a displayed site's location
on the reach map based on the stored latitude and longitude
coordinates for that site.
Uhen a collection of sites is displayed with a reach map, those
sites having either a mileage or latitude and longitude
coordinates already stored are indicated by an arrow on the
map. Sites that have a miles-on-reach value stored in the
detail files are indicated with 10 degree arrowheads, and sites
that have no miles-on-reach value stored but that do have a
latitude and longitude stored in the detail files are indicated
with 30 degree arrowheads. The LL keyword is used to view the
location of the stored geographical coordinates of any site
whose position was indicated via its stored miles on reach,
whether it be on or off the reach.
UHEN VALID: Uith a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
After a collection of sites has been displayed for the
reach
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
LL site#	where site# designates the site within che
collection whose location is to be indicated by an
arrow. (Site number refers to the left most column
of numbers that are displayed with the descriptive
information about the sites that is shown on the
left side of the screen.)
NOTES ON USAGE:
The sit* location is indicated by an arrow with a 30 degree
arrowhead. The angle that the shaft of the arrow makes with
the vertical is a function of the site number, and is
determined via the following computation:
for sites
(site no.) x (30 degs)	1-12
angle  (site no.) x (30 degs) - 370 degs	13-2t
(site no.) x (30 degs) - 7 40 degs	25-35
such that the angle for site number two would then be 60
degrees (2 x 30), and the angle for site number 13 would be
20 degrees ((13 x 30) - 370).

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Sep 87 page 58
Figure 1 shows the niles-on-reach location of three sites
associated with a drinking water supply collection. A mile^
on-reach value is given for site 3, which is located off-reacir,
and whose closest point on the reach is pinpointed via the
arrow positioned at 90 degrees. By entering LL 3 in response
to the OPTION? prompt (Figure 2), a 30 degree arrowhead is
displayed that pinpoints the stored latitude and longitude for
this site .

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LOCATE
SITEHELP
USE: The LOCATE keyword is used to locate points on the displayed
reach nap. It will either print the latit-ide and longitude of
a point whose location is pinpointed on the reach map via the
intersection of the crosshairs, or it will display an arrow at
the location of the point whose coordinates were entered as
values of the keyword.
UHEK VALID: Uith a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
LOCATE(LOC) latitude longtitude
where:
the latitude and longitude coordinates, if specified, are
expressed in decimal format.
NOTES ON USAGE:
When LOCATE is entered without the latitude and longitude
values, the procedure lights (displays) the crosshairs
generated by the graphics terminal. The crosshairs are then
maneuvered so that their intersection marks the position of
interest. Upon entering any key on the keyboard, the procedure
prints the latitude and longitude of the point marked by the
crosshairs. But if the key entered is a number, the procedure
will also place a symbol at the indicated position on the reach
map as well as to the left of the printed coordinates. Each of
the keys in the range 0 to 9 produces a different symbol, as
follows:
1 Key
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I Key
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I 5
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Sep 67 page 62
As shown m Figure 1, the coordinates are given in two foraj^
degrees minutes and seconds, and decimal.
If LOCATE is entered with a latitude and longitude, SITEHELP
will display an up arrow pointing to the spot on the reach
map that has those coordinates. The lines of the arrou that
make its vee are at 45 degrees from the vertical shaft. If the
location is not on a visible portion of the displayed reach
map. the arrow will point in the direction of the location.
Also shown in Figure 1 are the use of the triangle and x
symbols to show the location on the reach nap of the indicated
coordinates (below the W in BRINKLOU, and at the end of the
SCAGGSVIIiLE arrow), and the up arrou to show the location of
a set of coordinates Ebelow BRIGHTON).
The following actions were taken for the four LOCATE keywords
shown in figure 1 '
first - the crosshairs were positioned at the bottom of the
w in Brinklou, and the number \ key entered,
resulting in the printing of the triangle symbol,
both on the reach aap and beside the coordinates.
second - the crosshairs were positioned beneath the letter o
in Brighton and a key other than 0 through 9 uas
entered. The coordinates were listed without any
symbol.
third - the decimal coordinates for the point beneath
in Brighton were given with the keyword, result
in the display of vhe vertical arrow at that point.
fourth - the crosshairs were positioned on the reach at the
point pointed to by	Scaggsville arrou, and the
number *4 key entered, resulting in the printing of
the x symbol, both on the reach aap and beside the
coordinates.

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SITEHELP
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USE: This keyword is used to display information about a water
quality monitoring station. It retrieves the station header
information and the descriptive paragraph for a specified
station from EPA's Water Quality File (W2F), an EPA water
quality information data base that contains station location
data and parametric data sampled at more than 600,000
monitoring stations located throughout ihc United States.
UHEN VALIi): With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
KEYUORD TORI1AT AND VALUES'
MONITOR(M) agency-code station-code
where
agency-code
station-code
NOTES ON USAGE:
The MONITOR keyword initiates a PGM=RET, PRTSPAR retrieval
from the STORET Hater Quality File. Refer to the STORET User
Handbook for complete descriptions of thesj two STORET
retrieval keywords and the output they generate, including the
data contained in the STORET station header and descriptive
paragraph.
is the 1 to 8 character code assigned to
the agency responsible for collecting an^
entering data into the W2F.
is the 1 to 15 character alphameric primary
station code that uniquely identifies the
station within the specified agency code.
Both agency-code and station-code must be
specified.
Figure 1 shows an example of SITEHELP*s response to the
MONITOR keyword.

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Sep 67 page 66
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USE: This keyword is used to display information on the different
collections retrieved by SITEHELP as a result of selecting a
reach via a REACH keyword.
Site data so retrieved are grouped by SITEHELP into collections
of from 1 to 12 related sites, i.e.. gages are grouped with
other gages, and monitoring sites are grouped with other
monitoring sites, but a facility collection consists of
information on a single NPDES facility. After a REACH keyword
has been specified, the NEXT keyword can be used to review the
data on the collections available, and it displays data one
collection at a time.
WHEN VALIS: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORttAT AND VALUES:
HEXTCK)	There .are no values associated with this keywoj
NOTES ON USAGE:
The collections built by SITEHELP aze presented for review in
the following sequence:
-	NPDES Facilities
-	stream flow gaging stations
-	water supply systems
-	monitoring stations with reach numbers
-	monitoring stations without reach numbers, and
-	solid waste disposal sites
Thus. as successive NEXT keywords are entered, the data on
NPDES facilities are displayed first (one collection at a
time), followed by the data on gage collections, and so on.
The COLLECTION keyword can also be used to display data on
the collections of sites retrieved by SITEHELP as a result
of retrieving a reach via the REACH keyword. When a NEXT
keyword is entered after a COLLECTION keyword, the procedure
will display the next collection according to the sequence
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Sep 87 page 67
retrieved and CO g1 uas used to display that data, and then
the KEXT keyword entered, data on the first-retrieved water
supply system would be displayed.
Figures 1 through <+ illustrate the functioning of the KEXT
keyword. Figure 1 shows selecting the data on all sites
associated with reach 02070010036. Figure 2 shows the use of
the NEXT keyword to display the information on the first two
NPDES facilities. A third N keyword (not shown) would display
the third KPDES facility. The next tuo issuances of the KEXT
keyword (Figure 3} display the retrieved data on the five
gaging stations, and on the two monitoring stations that have
reach numbers. And Figure shows the first collection of
monitoring stations that are located uithin the indicated
polygon but that have no reach number stored for them.

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Sep 87 page 68
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 72
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SITEHELP
USE: Whenever an off-reach site assignment is made (via either the
lxghted crosshairs or the ASSIGN keyuord), the location of the
nearest point on the reach and the descriptive information
about the site are saved into the user's Results File. The
OFFNAHES keyword lists all such off-reach assignments, and
gives the location of the nearest point on the reach, in terms
of points on the reach trace, for each assignment. These point
values can be used with the *point value of the ASSXGK keyuord
when making other assignments that need be referenced to the
same position on the reach.
WHEN VALIX>: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
KEYWORB FORMAT AKD VALUES'
OFFNAflESCO)	There are no values associated uith this keyuor^
NOTES ON USAGE:
Reach traces contain a varying number of points. i.e., the
number of points used to trace one reach may be more or less
than the number of points used to trace another reach. Point
number one on any reach is located at the downstream end of the
reach, as designated by the X displayed by SITEHELP at one end
of the reach trace.
Aliases may be created for off-reach sites.
If no off-reach assignments have been made> the procedure makes
no response to the keyuord other than reissuing the OPTION?
prompt.
Figure 1 shows the assignments of a number of monitoring
stations along a reach of the Oes Plains River, including the
off-reach assignment of site 5 for the displayed collection.
The OFFHAHES keyuord indicates that the point on the reach
closest to the off-reach site is 1^1 points from the downstream
end of the reach.
The procedure retains the names of all off-reach assignments
made for the reach (i.e., made for all collections of the
reach) until & new reach is selected.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 73
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 74
PERMIT
SITEHELP
USE: The PERMIT keyword provides information on the location of
discharge pipes associated with a KPDES facility. It displays
a selection of data maintained in EPA's Industrial Facilities
Discharge File, which contains comprehensive data on 119,000
industrial and municipal point source dischargers to surface
uaters within the United States.
WHEN VALID:
With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES
PERMIT(P)
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is a valid NPDES number assigned as a primaryj
station code for the facility of interest. t]
nine-character code consists of a tuo-charactel
alpha FIPS state code abbreviation, followed by a
six-digit unstructured sequence number, followed
by a one-digit check digit.
dCb#
is a valid nine-digit Dun and Bradstreet number.
DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) numbers
exist for most regulated facilities and can be
identified through EPA's FINDS data base. DCB
numbers are actually 12 characters in length,
beginning with a two-character state code
fcllcwed by the letter D (these three alphabetic
characters are not to be entered as part of the
value for the PERMIT keyword), followed by a
nine-digit code. This DCB number must be
followed by a space and the three characters DCB,
which identifies the code to the procedure as
being a DCB number.
needs#	is a valid nine-digit NEEDS (or authority or
facility) identification number from the 1980
Needs Survey that identifies collection
facilities or treatment plants. The first two
digits of this number are the FIPS numerical
state code. This value must be followed by a
space and the word needs.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 75
NOTES ON USAGE:
Figure 1 shous the responses to the three formats of this
keyword. Each response identifies the owner of the permit,
and lists the locations of the pipes or plant, as appropriate.
Included in these lines are:
-	the name of the river or body of water
-	whether the pipe is on CY) or off (N) the reach
-	the reach number, and
-	the mileage of the pipe location, measured from the
downstream end of the reach
The presence of a -1 or ? in any field or column indicates an
absence of data; a -1 (or -1.00) indicates an empty numerical
field, a ? an empty alphabetic or alphameric field.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 76
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 77
REACH
SITEHELP
USE: The REACH keyword is used to zetrieve data on sites associated
with the specified reach. It searches all files available to
the SITEHELP procedure, which contain data on NPDES facilities,
stream flou gaging stations, drinking water systems, water
quality monitoring stations, solid waste disposal sites, and
other sites. Once these data have been retrieved and grouped
into collections of related sites by SITEHELP, the other
keywords valid with this procedure can then be used to display
and review the data.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
REACH(RCH) reach#	where reach* is any valid 11-digit reach
number, which consists of an 8-digit US
Geological Survey hydrological cataloging
unit code followed by a 3-digit stream
segment number.
NOTES ON USAGE:
The STORET help data set named REACH.RETRIEVL contains a
complete description of the STORET reach concept and the
structure of reach numbers.
When this keyword is entered, the SITEHELP procedure examines
the various EPA data files (such as STORET, the Gage File, the
Drinking Uater File, and the Reach File), retrieves all site
data associated with the reach, displays a one line summary of
the number of each type of site it found, and groups the sites
into collections to await further review by the user.
Monitoring stations, data on which are stored in the STORET
Uater Quality File (USF), are selected if their location falls
within the indicated polygon, and thus some stations may be
selected that are associated with a reach other than the one
specified with the REACH keyword. All other sites, data on
which are stored in files other than the U8F, are selected only
if they are associated with the specified reach.

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SITEHE1P
Sep 87 page 78
Figure 1 shows two examples of the REACH keyvote and the
line summaries i- displays on the Busier ox sites it founi
the different types of sites. If it fin= none of any type, it.
will so indicate -
Note in Figure 1 that immediately after the number of
monitoring stations having xeach nucbezs stored are displayed,
the procedure presents the maximum and minintu latitude and
longitude limits it will use to retrieve monitoring stations in
the vicinity of the specified reach that do not have reach
numbers stored. Users can elect the default coordinates
presented tas done in the to? half of the figure), or change
the coordinate keywords LATMAX, LATMIX, L0KJ1AX, OR IOHJUK (as
done in the bottom half of the figure}. Mote how reducing the
size of the polygon reduced the number of monitoring stations
retrieved from over 300 to 133.
The coordinate limits are given in the format ddd am ss.s and
new values need to be entered in this same format. After
entering a change. SITIHELP displays the new Units and
reissues the prompt to enter a keyword and a new coordinate
value or a cariaige return.
If an incorrect or incomplete reach number is entered in
response to the 0PT10K? prompt, the procedure responds with a
TRACE HOT FQUKB message and reissues tle 0PT10H? prompt.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 79
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PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
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PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
LATMAX 39 1 59.9	LATMIN 33 52 17.9
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 80
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SITEHELP
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graphics terminal, users can permanently save in a Results File
the locations of sites associated uith the active reach. The
REMARKS keyword is used to store textual information pertaining
to the active collection or to individual sites that may have
been assigned locations during the session.
WHEN VALID: Uith a Graphics or Mon-graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
REMARKS(RMK) There are no values associated uith this keyword.
NOTES ON USAGE:
Figure 1 shows the prompt issued by SITEHELP in response to
this keyword. As is indicated, up to 80 characters of alphas
meric data can be stored in a Remarks Field of a Results Fi|
record.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 81
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 82
RESUME
SITEHELP
USE: When operating in the graphics mode, users have the option of
specifying which of tuo prompts is to be used by SITEHELP after
a collection of sites has been displayed. The RESUME keyword
is used in conjunction with the SET keyuord to specify that
the lighted crosshairs are to be the prompt.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
KEYUORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
RESUMECRSM)	There are no values associated with this keyuord.
NOTES ON USAGE:
By specifying RESUI1E in response to the OPTION? prompt, and
if SET X is in effect, the lighted crosshairs will be lit,
and the procedure uill be auaiting assignments using the
crosshairs.
As noted in the description of the Lighted Crosshairs, a zero
response to the lighted crosshairs uill remove the crosshairs
and produce the OPTION? prompt.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 83
SAVE
SITEHELP
USE: When site location assignments are made duzing a SITEHELP
session, the procedure automatically saves assignments made by
the user. This is done every ten assignments and when the END
keyword is entered. The SAVE keyword can be entered at any
time to force the emptying of the Results File buffer and to
save any assignments made since the last save, either via a
previous SAVE keyword or an automatic save.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
SAVE(SA)	There are no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES ON USAGE:
There is no response to this keyword other than the reissuance
of the OPTION? prompt.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 84
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USE: Uhen operating in the graphics mode, users have the option o
specifying uhich of two prompts is to be used by SITEHELP after
a collection of sites has been displayed. These prompts are
the lighted crosshairs or the OPTION? prompt.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
SET(S) X	where X specifies that the lighted crosshairs are
0	to serve as the prompt after a collection of
sites is first drawn, and 0 (the letter oh)
specifies that OPTION? is to be the prompt. X is
the default prompt.
NOTES ON USAGE:
The indicated prompt uill remain in effect for the duration
the terminal session unless changed via this keyword.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 85
STATE
SITEHELP
USE: The STATE data base contains special water use data that have
been accumulated by state users and stored at EPA's computer
center at Research Triangle Park so that the data would be
available to them for use in their data analysis work,
including their use of such interactive procedures as SITEHELP.
To make any STATE data available for display for a reach of
interest, the ADD keyword must be entered before that REACH
keyword is entered. (The ADD keyword causes the STATE data
base to be included among the many data bases that are searched
for site data whenever a reach keyword is entered.) The STATE
keyword is used to display, on the active reach, only those
data retrieved from the STATE data base.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
After an ADD STATE or ADD ALL keyword, which must have
been entered before the reach was selected via a REACH
keyword
In response to an OPTION? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AKD VALUES:
STATE	There are no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES ON USAGE:
These data must have been previously stored through prior
-rangements with the Hater duality Analysis Branch staff so
that they can be accessed through SITEHELP.
The data that the state of Kansas has placed in the STATE data
base are illustrative of the type of data that can be stored
and made available to SITEHELP userr. Users within the state
of Kansas use SITEHELP to display data from their Wastewater
Discharge and Water Use Impact Program, out of which was
developed a data base management system that inventories the
varied uses, values, historical conditions, and physical
characteristics of the surface waters in the state. Simply be
specifying the ADD and STATE keywords, these users are able to
include their oi:n data in their analyses made via SITEHELP.
Figure 1 shows the state data displayed along the trace of the
reach for the Walnut River near Hackney. Kansas. The state
data shown includes the lines representing Big Badger Creek.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 86
a reach that has not yet been digitized in the Reach File,
uhose coordinates were stored in the user's data file so it!^
could be displayed along uith the active reach.
Standard calcomp plotting symbols are used to spot the sites
displayed.
Users intcitstad ir* using this capability of SITEHELP to
display their oun data are encouraged to contact a U2AB staff
member for further information.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 88
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USE: The SU keyuord is used to display information on a specific
solid waste disposal site associated with the active reach. If
data uere retrieved for such sites uhen the reach uas selected,
this keyuord uill provide the name of the site, the name of the
city uhere it is located, and the latitude and longitude of its
location.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
Uhen the keyuord SUDS Y is in effect
KEYUORD FORMAT AND VALUES'-
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If this keyuord is entered uhen the retrieval of solid uaste
disposal sites has been inhibited (i.e.. the keyuord SUDS N
is in effect), a message uill be displayed indicating that
the retrieval of these sites uas not attempted uhen the reach
uas selected, and an OPTION? prompt uill be reissued.
Figure 1 shous the display of a collection of solid uaste
disposal sites associated uith the indicated reach of the
Potomac River. It also shous the use of the SU keyuord to
obtain the latitude and longitude of sites 1 and 12 of the
displayed collection.
specifies the up-to-12 character alphameric
name of the solid uaste disposal site for m
uhich information is desired. The first t
characters of this name are a tuo character
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SITEHELP
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USE: Uhen the REACH keyword is entered. SITEHELP searches many
different data bases for data on sites that are associated with
the reach. The SUDS keyword is used to specify uhether data on
solid uaste disposal sites are to be retrieved during this
search.
UHEN VALID'- Uith a Graphics or Kon-Graphics Terminal
In response to an QPTIOK? prompt
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
SUDS Y	where Y specifies that data for solid waste disposal
N	sites located within the latitude/longitude polygon
of the retrieved reach will be retrieved along with
the other sites normally retrieved for a selected
reach. K specifies that the data are not to be
retrieved. SUDS Y is the default value.
NOTES OK USAGE:
If you are not interested in solid uaste disposal site data,
then SUDS N should be specified at the earliest opportunity in
your terminal session, as the search of these data by SITEHELP
will be obviated and the procedure's response time improved
significantly. (Kote that the default is SUDS Y.')
The keyword takes effect upon the execution of the next REACH
keyword. Figure 1 shows the effect of specifying SUDS K; in
the summary information displayed after a reach has been
selected via a REACH keyword. SITEHELP states that the
retrieval of data for solid waste sites was not attempted.
Solid waste disposal site data are grouped into collections of
12 sites, with the collection names identified with an S
suffix, as described in Appendix 1.
Solid waste disposal sites are plotted by latitude and
longitude> and are not ordered by closeness to the reach as are
type H monitoring stations.
See the COLLECTION keyword description on how to display data
for a collection of solid waste disposal sites, and the SW
keyword description on how to obtain site information given the
name of the solid uaste disposal site.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 91
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PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
LATMAX 3? 13 34.4	LATMIN 33 52 17.9
LONMAX 77 S 44.4	LONMIN 77 2 32.9
ENTER KEYWORD AND NEW VALUE OR RETURN.
120 UQ STATIONS IN WINDOW
SOLID WASTE SITES RETRIEVAL NOT ATTEMPTED
OPTION?
Figure 1
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 92
USER	I
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SITEHELP	I
USE: The USER data base contains a variety of user-created special
data pertaining to sites and reaches. This data base is stored
at EPA's computer center at Research Triangle Park so that the
data are available fox use in data analysis work, including use
by such interactive procedures as SITEHELP. To make any USER
data available for display for a reach of interest, the ADD
keyuord oust be entered before that REACH keyword is entered.
(The ADD keyuord causes the USER data base to be included arsons
the many data bases that are searched for site data uhenever a
reach keyuord is entered.) The USER keyword is used to
display, on the active reach* only those data retrieved from
the USER data base.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
After an ADD USER or ADD ALL keyword has been entered
In response to an OPTION? prompt
Before the reach has been selected via a REACH keyuord
KEYUORD TORMAT AND VALUES'-
USER	There are no values associated with this keyuor^^
MOTES OH USAGE-
These data must have been previously stored through prior
arrangements with the Uater Cuality Analysis Branch staff so
that they can be accessed through SITEHELP.
This keyuord and data base were established to enable users to
display their own data along a reach using the capabilities of
the SITEHIXP procedure. Its function is similar to the STATE
keyword.
Figure 1 shows the user data displayed along the trace of the
reach for the Flint River near riontrose, Michigan.
Standard calcomp plotting symbols are used to spot the sites
displayed.
Users interested in using this capability of SITEHELP to
display their own data are encouraged to contact a W2AB staff
member for further information.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 94
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USE: When the REACH keyword is entered, SITEHELP searches many
different data bases for data on sites that are associated uith
the reach. The WELLS keyword is used to specify whether data
on groundwater monitoring stations are to be retrieved during
this search.
WHEN VALID: Uith a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
Before the reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
WELLS YES
NO
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where:
YES	specifies that data for wells located within thei
latitude/longitude polygon of the retrieved leacfl
will be retrieved along with the other sites
normally retrieved uith the active reach. This is
the default value.
NO	specifies that no groundwater data will be
retrieved.
ONLY	specifies that only data for wells located within
the latitude/longitude polygon of the retrieved
reach uill be retrieved. No data for surface water
sites uill be retrieved.
NOTES ON USAGE:
If you aze not interested in groundwater data, then WELLS NO
should be specified at the earliest opportunity in your
terminal session, as the search of these data by SITEHELP will
be obviated and the procedure's response time improved
proportionally. (Note that the default is WELLS YES.)
The keyword takes effect upon the execution of the next REACH
keyword.
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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 95
Monitoring stations without reach numbers but uith cataloging
unit codes different from the cataloging unit code of the
selected reach will not be retrieved.
There are no acceptable abbreviations for this keyword or its
values. Hor is there a specific response; after entering the
keyword, SITEHELP responds with its OPTION? prompt.
Figure 1 shows the use of the WELLS and SUDS keywords to
exclude groundwater and solid waste disposal site data from
the data retrieved as a result of any subsequently-entered
REACH keywords.
OPTION?
wells no
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NO DRINKS ON REACH
91 UQ STATIONS UITH REACH NUMBERS
PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
LATMAX 39 13 34.4	LATMIN 38 52 17.9
LONMAX 77 S 44.4	LONMIN 77 2 32.9
ENTER KEYWORD AND NEW VALUE OR RETURN.
120 WO STATIONS IN WINDOW
SOLID WASTE SITES RETRIEVAL NOT ATTEMPTED
OPTION?
Figure 1
Specifying WELLS NO at the Beginning of a Session

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 96
UBLIMITS
1
SITEHELP	I
USE: When a reach is initially selected for display. SITEHELP
displays the maximum and minimum latitude and longitude
within which the coordinates of a monitoring station must fall
in order for it to be retrieved and available for display on
the reach. The U2LIMITS keyword can be entered at any time
during a SITEHELP session to redisplay these coordinates.
UHEN VALID: With a Graphics or Non-Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTIOK? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
KEYWORD FORMAT AMD VALUES:
U2LIMITS	There are no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES OK USAGE:
As can be seen in Figure 1, the LATMAX  LATfllM, LOHHAX, and
LONrtIK response of this keyword is identical to the line of
coordinates information provided when information on the re|
was initially displayed.
OPTION''
renCl-i 02060006022
5^ UG STATIONS WITH REACH NUMBERS
PRESENT LIMITS FOR COORDINATE RETRIEVALS:
LATMAX 39 IS 49.2	LATMIN 33 ?3 6.9
LONHAX 77 i 54.7	LONMIN 76 43.7
ENTER KEYWORO AND NEW VALUE OR RETURN.
39 UQ STATIONS IN WINDOW
;i0 SOLID WASTE SITES IN WINDOW
OPTION"?
limits
LATMAX 39 1? 49.2	LATMIN 35 T.3 6.9
LONMAX 77 2 54.9	LONMIN 76 42 43.7
OPTION'
Figure 1
Response to the U2LXMITS Keyword

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 97
WRITE
SITEHELP
USE: The WRITE keyword determines the latitude and longitude
coordinates o a position on a reach display, determines the
point on the reach trace that is closest to the indicated
position, and saves the information as a record in the user's
Results File.
WHEN VALID: With a Graphics Terminal
In response to an OPTION? prompt
After a reach has been selected via a REACH keyword
After a collection of sites associated with the reach
has been displayed
KEYWORD FORMAT AND VALUES:
WRITE	There are no values associated with this keyword.
NOTES ON USAGE:
This keyword causes the lighted crosshairs to be displayed
over the reach and collection of sites on display when the
keyword was entered. The crosshairs can then be positioned to
any point on the reach trace display (either on or off the
reach). When the site number for one of the listed sites is
entered. SITEHELP:
-	marks the indicated position with the plotting symbol that
corresponds to the site number entered
-	if the crosshairs were positioned off the reach. SITEHELP
marks the point on the reach that is closest to the
indicated position with the same plotxing symbol
-	displays the latitude and longitude of both points on the
l2t half of the screen, and identifies the line (at the
beginning of the line) with the same symbol
-	displays the mileage-on-the-reach of the point on the
reach closest to the indicated position, and
-	saves the site location data in the user's Results File.
The geographical coordinates are given both in degrees,
minutes, and seconds format and in decimal format.

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SITEHELP
Sep 87 page 98
A different plotting symbol is used for each site, as follouAk.
I Site
Symbol
I Site
Symbol 1
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hexagon
I 7
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I 3
triangle
I 8
barred x 1
I 4
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I 9
letter z 1
I 5
letter x
I 10
letter y 1
Figures 1 and 2 portray the functioning of the WRITE keyword.
Figure 1 shous the display of a collection of sites for a reach
on the Poquonock River, uith the lighted crosshairs (presented
by the WRITE keyword) positioned as shown. Figuze 2 shous uhat
happens uhen a 3 is entered after positioning the crosshairs to
a position of interest.

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U2AB	I
SHLIST	I
CLASSIFICATION Interactive Analysis Procedure
USE: The USAB SITEHELP procedure utilizes a specially-formatted
16-field per record data set in which it saves any site
mileages. coordinates, or remarks entered by the user via the
SITEHELP ASSIGN and other keywords. These data sets are known
as Results Files, and are named by the user at the beginning of
each SITEHELP session.
The UQAB SHLIST procedure is used to display or list the
contents of a user's Results File.
PROCEDURE NAME: UQAB SHLIST
DESCRIPTION:
This procedure is initiated by entering the procedure name while in
TSO mode following a READY prompt. The proceduze then issues a
series of prompts via which the Results File of interest is
identified, and whether the contents are tc be displayed at the
user's terminal or routed for offline printing to a remote printer^
The procedure restructures the data in each record of the Results
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SHLIST
Sep 8*7 page I
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SKLIST .
Sep 87 page
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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY
MANAGER (EDDM) USER'S GUIDE
October IOth, 1990
William B. Samuels
Science Applications International Corporation
1710 Goodridge Drive
McLean, Virginia 22102
(703) 556-7074
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Abstract
This document provides a user's guide to the Environmental Data Display Manager (EDDM)
software. EDDM is an interactive program which graphically portrays water quality data based
on one of the following criteria: reach number, NPDES number, reach name and state, city name
and state, or STORET agency and station code. The program accesses the following files: reach
structure (RF1 and RF3), reach trace (RF1 and RF3), industrial facility discharge, gage, STORET
water quality, city master, STORET parameter, drinking water supply, and the Permit Compliance
System (PCS). The data is then graphically portrayed using the Graphical Data Display Manager
(GDDM). The program produces an output report which is printed on the IBM 3820 page printer
(located at EPA headquarters) using the Advanced Function Printing software. Water quality data
can be retrieved from STORET and displayed by parameter and date interval as a line graph, bar
chart or tower chart. Limits and Discharge Monitoring Reports can be retrieved from PCS.
Latitude/longitude coordinate readout is also available through the use of a mouse or arrow keys.
The software also supports local zoom and pan as well as hardcopy output to various printers and
plotters. An output file is created which can be imported to the Interactive Chart Utility.
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Preface
This software was developed by Science Applications International Corporation under contract to
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA work assignment manager was Mr. Phillip
Taylor, Assessment and Wastershed Protection Division. The SAIC work assignment manager
was Mr. Steven Mitchell, Environmental Compliance Group. The software was written by William
Samuels, SAIC, Computer Applications and Systems Division. This user's guide documents the
current capabilities of EDDM. Future enhancements to the program are currently being consid-
ered. These enhancements will provide new capabilities such as the display of: 1) flow data, 2)
downstream pollutant profiles, and 3) stream trajectory modeling.
Preface
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Table of Contents
Program EDDM 	 1
Data Retrieval Options 	 1
Hardware requirements 	 1
Data Files 	 1
SCREEN 1 - USER INPUT 	 2
Data Retrieval Selection 	 2
Sequential Reach Retrival 	 2
SCREEN 2 - MAP DISPLAY 	 3
Symbols 	 3
Initial Map Screen 	 3
Local Workstation Functions 	 4
Zoom In 	 5
Reach File 3 	 6
Symbol Picking 	 9
SCREEN 3 - WATER QUALITY DATA SUMMARY 	 9
Pipe Summarv 	 10
SCREEN 4 - WATER QUALITY PARAMETER GRAPH 	 11
Single water quality plot 	 11
Multiple water quality plots 	 14
IMPORTING DATA TO THE INTERACTIVE CHART UTILITY (ICU) 	 17
HARDCOPY OUTPUT 	 19
Appendix A. Example output report 	 21
Table of Contents

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List of Illustrations
Figure 1.	An example of screen 1 (user input) showing data retreival by 	 2
Figure 2.	An example of screen 2 (map display) for data selection by 	4
Figure 3.	An example of the local workstation control keys which apply to 	 5
Figure 4.	An example of the zoom function applied to the map display	6
Figure 5.	A portion of the Fox River, Illinois as portrayed by RF3	7
Figure 6.	First level of zoom applied to the Fox River	 8
Figure 7.	Second level of zoom applied to the Fox River	 9
Figure 8.	Example water quality data summary screen	 10
Figure 9.	Example pipe data summary screen	 II
Figure 10.	Example water quality parameter line graph	 12
Figure 11.	Example water quality parameter bar chart	 13
Figure 12.	Example water quality parameter tower chart	 14
Figure 13.	Two water quality plots on a single screen	 15
Figure 14.	Three water quality plots on a single screen	 16
Figure 15.	Four water quality plots on a single screen	 17
Figure 16.	Data imported into ICU and displayed as a tower chart	 19
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List of Illustrations	v
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Program EDDM
Data Retrieval Options
The Environmental Data Display Manager (EDDM) is an interactive procedure which enables the
user to access water quality data based on one of five selection criteria:
1.	REACH NUMBER
2.	CITY NAME AND STATE
3.	NPDES PERMIT NUMBER
4.	REACH NAME AND STATE
5.	STORET STATION AND AGENCY CODE
Hardware requirements
The Program will only run on an IBM graphics terminal (i.e. IBM 3179g, 3192g, 3270
PC-AT/G(X)) connected to a cluster controller (i.e. IBM 3274) upgraded for APA graphics, or a
PC which has been upgraded with 3270 emulation and APA graphics. Depending on the upgrade,
the PC can be connected to a cluster controller or it can access the IBM 3090 mainframe through
a 4800 baud toll free dial-up line.
Data Files
The program accesses the following water quality data files:
1.	REACH TRACE (RF1 and RF3)
2.	REACH STRUCTURE (RF1 and RF3)
3.	CITY MASTER FILE
4.	INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES DISCHARGE
5.	GAGE FILE
6.	DRINKING WATER FILE
7.	STORET WATER QUALITY FILE
8.	STORET PARAMETER FILE
9.	PERMIT COMPLIANCE SYSTEM
The program is accessed by typing the following command:
WQAB EDDM
Program EDDM
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SCREEN 1 - USER INPUT
The first screen to appear is the user input screen - at this point the user enters one of the five se-
lection criteria and presses the enter key. At this point a flashing message will appear which informs
the user that data is being retrieved or that the selection was invalid. When the flashing message
is displayed the user can invoke one of three options by using the function (PF) keys or the EN-
TER key:
1.	ENTER key - this will perform the retrieval and display a new screen
2.	PF4 key - this will allow the user to respecify the input
3.	PF3 key - this will allow the user to exit the program
Data Retrieval Selection
The TAB key can be used to position the cursor to any of the data selection fields. An example
of the user input screen is shown in figure 1. In this example, data was retrieved by NPDES permit
number.

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ENTER A VALUE FOB ONE Of THE FOLLOWING ITEMS

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If the u-lt --elects a city name and state or a reach name and Mate, the proCTam will retrieve all the
reach numbers associated with that city or reach name and display them sequentially, ["he se-
quential display is invoked by pressing ENTER when the flashing retrieval message appears.
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SCREEN 2-MAP DISPLA Y
The result of a successful retrieval is the display of a new screen which consists of a map showing
the selected reach (blue), downstream reach (yellow), upstream left reach (red) and upstream right
reach (green).
Symbols
Water quality data associated with the selected reach is portrayed as symbols - a legend to the right
of the map explains the symbols.
SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
+	industrial discharger
#	publicly owned treatment works (potw)
;2>	Superfund site
*	city
s	stream water quality station
p	pipe water quality station
I	lake water quality station
e	estuary water quality station
w	well water quality station
o	ocean water quality station
%	gage
&	water supply
Initial Map Screen
Figure 2 shows an example of screen 2 - map display for the reach number associated with Bar
Harbor, Maine.
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BAR HARBOR WATER CO. EAGLE LAKE	I 4800
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REQUEST WAS MADE BY: CITY
ENTER APERTURE SIZE: 0.015	2 2
Figure 2. An example of screen 2 (map display) Tor data selection by city name: Bar Harbor, Maine.
Local Workstation Functions
Through the use of arrow keys or a mouse, the user can display the latitude/longitude of any point
on the map or identify the map symbol. For example, if the user places the cursor on the symbol
representing an industrial discharger and clicks the mouse button, the industry's permit number,
name and SIC code appears at the top of the screen.
Often times many symbols are clustered together. If the user places the cursor in an area where
many symbols appear, information about all the symbols which fall within the pick aperture will
be returned. When a symbol(s) is picked, two numbers appear at the bottom of the screen, the right
number represents the total number of symbols picked and the left number shows which symbol
is presently being displayed. Pressing the ENTER key allows for the sequential display of the
symbol attributes. Pressing PF3 terminates the sequence.
In addition to the geo-coordinate display capability, the user can invoke several options related to
the map display. These options are enabled using function keys as follows:
KEY DESCRIPTION
PF3 returns control to screen 1
IM"4	IV"<	i\l.intionn'_' Report
PF5 STORET water quality retrieval
PF6	enables the user to alter the size of the pick aperture
The default value is 0 015.
If the user zooms in on the map, a pick aperture of 0.005 is suggested.
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PF7 PCS Limits retrieval
PF8 Flow retrieval - not yet implemented
PA3 enables local workstation functions
Local workstation functions are enabled by the following keys.
PF2 = center the map on a user specified point
PF3 = return control to host computer
PF4 = enable hardcopy output to a printer or plotter
PF5 = zoom in on a specified area
PF6 = zoom out
PF9 = return control to the host program
PF10 = reset the map to its original size
Figure 3 shows the Bar Harbor, Maine area with the local workstation control PF keys at the
bottom of the map. These workstation functions were enabled by pressing key PA3.
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Zoom la
Figure 4 shows a zoomed in image of the Bar Harbor, Maine area. This image was obtained by
pressmg l'F5 (zoom in) and then picking opposite corners of a rectangle describing the zoom in
area.
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Figure 4. An example of the zoom function applied to the map display.
Reach File 3
EDDM currently accesses Reach File 3 (RF3) where available. Figures 5. 6. and 7 show respec-
tively, portions of the Fox River (as portrayed by RF3) in Illinois at three levels of zoom.


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7129006001 FOX R
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ENTER APERTURE SIZE: 0.020	3 7
Figure 5. A portion of the Fox River, Illinois as portrayed by RF3.

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7120006001 FOX R
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UPRIGHT: 07120006002
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7120006001 FOX R
36.4 MILES TYPE: R
ILC025640 METER UATERIAL-POSSUURUN	SIC: 1442
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Figure 7. Second level of zoom applied to the Fox River.
Symbol Picking
If the user picks a water quality station, the agency code, station id, station name, mile point and
station type appear at the top of the screen - in addition, the cursor disappears. At this point, the
user can execute a STORET water quality retrieval by pressing function key 5 (PF5). Picking a
municipal or industrial discharger can trigger the retrieval of PCS data by pressing PF4 (DMR) or
PF7 (LIMITS). A new screen appears which displays a water quality data summary for the selected
station or discharger.
SCREEN 3 - WA TER QUALITY DA TA SUMMARY
The water quality data summary screen consists of the following information: parameter name and
number, date interval, data range, and number of observations. The following options are now
available:
1.	enter number of plots, up to four (default is 1)
2.	enter a parameter number and date range (default ending date is beginning date)
3.	PF3 - return control to the map display
4.	1M'4 - scroll through the parameter list
5.	PF5 - enables bar chart
6.	PF6 - enables tower chart
7.	ENTER - enables line graph
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If two or more plots are selected, then the user is required to input a parameter number, date in-
terval. and chart type for each plot. ,\n example of the water quality data summary screen is shown
in figure 8.
DATA SUMIARY AGENCf:
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Figure 8. Example water quality data summary screen.



Pipe Summary
If the water quality retrieval pertains to a STORET pipe station or an industrial/municipal
discharger in PCS, then a pipe summary screen is presented as shown in Figure 9. The data is or-
ganized by pipe number and the number of observations is reported for min/avg/max concentration
and for avg/max loading. The user enters a pipe number, a "C" (concentration) or "L* (loading),
and then presses PF5 (bar chart), PF6 (tower chart) or ENTER (line graph). Up to three sets of
data (min.'avg/max) can be displayed on a single x-y axis.
Program EDDM	10
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EDDM DRAFT
PARAMETER: bb5
BEGIN YEAR: 02 END YEAR: 82
CONCENTRATION (C) OR LOADING (L): c
ENTER PIPE NUMBER: 2
PF3 = ENO
ENTER = LINE PFS = BAR	NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS
PF6 = TOWER	CONCENTRATION	LOADING
PIPE NUMBER MINIMUM AVERAGE MAXIMUM AVERAGE MAXIMUM
1
0
0
0
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12
12
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0
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0
0
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0
0
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0
0
0
0
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Figure 9. Example pipe data summary screen.
SCREEN 4 - WA TER QUALITY PARAMETER
GRAPH
The water quality parameter graph is displayed by entering the number of plots (maximum of 4),
a parameter number, a date interval, and PF5 (bar), PF6 (tower) or ENTER (line) on screen 3.
After viewing the graph, the user can return to the summary table screen by pressing ENTER.
Single water quality plot
An example of a water quality parameter line graph is shown in figure 10.
Program EDDM
11

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EDDM DRAFT
RESIDUE, TOTAL NONFTITRABLE (HC/l)
EFINEPA 1*0000175
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP	/	PIPE: 2
JAN FEB MAR APR MAT JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV OEC JAN
1)82
Figure 10. Example water quality parameter line graph.
Figures 11 and 12 show respectively a bar chart (PF5) and tower chart (PF6) for a selected water
quality parameter.
Program EDDM	12
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EDDM DRAFT
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EFINEPA 1*0000175
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1982
Figure 11. Example water quality parameter bar chart.
Program EDDM	13

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EDDM DRAFT
NITROGEN, AUUOHIA, TOTAL (HC/L AS N)
EFIIEPA IN0D0017S
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP	/	PIPE: 7
0.50
0.40
0.30
0.20
0.10
0.00

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JAN HAR NAT JUL SEP NOV JAN
1112
Figure 12. Example water quality parameter tower chart.
Multiple water quality plots
Figures 13, 14, and 15 show respectively 2, 3, and 4 water quality plots displayed on a single screen.
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EDDM DRAFT

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IMPORTING DATA TO THE INTERACTIVE
CHART UTILITY (ICU)
Each time a water quality plot is made, the data is written to a file called "EDDM.ICU*. This file
can be imported to the Interactive Chart Utility (refer to the IBM Presentation Graphics Manual
- Interactive Chart Utility, data import section). The ICU recognizes six items that can appear on
a chart: (1) heading, (2) data labels, (3) data group names (for legend), (4) data groups (y-values),
(5) x-values, and (6) notes. The data in the example below corresponds to these items as follows:
(1) heading = "nitrogen, ammonia, total*, (2) data labels = "JAN, FEB, MAR,....", (3) data group
name 1 = "max', name 2 = "avg", name 3 = "min", (4) data groups, in this example there are
three sets of y-values, data group 1 = the first set of 12 values (max), group 2 = the second set
of 12 values (avg), group 3 = the third set of 12 values (min), (5) x-values, these are not used in
this example, (6) notes, there are a total of 5 notes in this file, note 1 = "EFINEPA IN0000175",
note 2 = "BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP*, note 3 = *1981", note 4 = "NH3 + NH4-N TOTAL
MG/L", note 5 = "PIPE 11". The following data is an example of the format of this file.
Program EDDM	17

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EDDM DRAFT
NITROGEN, AMMONIA, TOTAL
EFINEPA IN0000175
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
1981
NH3+NH4-N TOTAL MG/L
PIPE
11
MAX

JAN
1.900
FEB
1.600
MAR
1.200
APR
0.740
MAY
0.820
JUN
0.960
JUL
1.300
AUG
1.500
SEP
1.100
OCT
1.100
NOV
1.400
DEC
0.920
AVG

JAN
0.990
FEB
0.920
MAR
0.580
APR
0.300
MAY
0.370
JUN
0.480
JUL
0.630
AUG
0.880
SEP
0.620
OCT
0.570
NOV
0.510
DEC
0.500
MIN

JAN
0.620
FEB
0.240
MAR
0.200
APR
0.000
MAY
0.160
JUN
0.160
JUL
0.340
AUG
0.320
SEP
0.190
OCT
0.140
NOV
0.140
DEC
0.240
The user should type in the following commands to import the data:
1. ICU
1. select item 2 - Data lintry and Import
J iclcct item 9 - Data Import
4 select item 1 - Look at the file and define the data to be imported file definition = "eddm.icu'

Program EDDM	18


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EDDM DRAFT
5.	create the data definition for items 1 - 6 by using PF4 and PF5 to mark the beginning and
ending of each item
6.	PF3 - this ends the data definition
7.	select item 3 - Import the data
8.	PF5 - display the data
A successful import and display of the above data as a tower chart is shown in figure 16.
NITROGEN, AMMONIA, TOTAL
3HNEI
Btrkf
NEPA IN0000175
HEM STEEL CORP
198J=f
2.00
1.50
~ max
~avg
~ min
0.00
I I I I I I I I I I I I
JAN FEBMARAPRMAYJUN JULAUGSEPOCTNOVDEC
Figure 16. Data imported into ICL' and displayed as a tower chart.
HARDCOPY OUTPUT
Hardcopy output of the EDDM session can be obtained by executing the print version of EDDM
which is called EDDMP. The user would type in the following command:
WQAB EDDMP
EDDMP provides the same capabilities as EDDM. At the end of the EDDMP session the user
is asked the following question:
DO YOU WANT A HARDCOPY REPORT (Y/N) ?
If the response is Y\ then the following message appears:
A HARDCOPY REPORT WILL BE OUTPUT TO THE IBM 3820
PAGE PRINTER LOCATED AT EPA HEADQUARTERS
Program EDDM
19

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EDDM DRAFT
The program then proceeds to create the necessary image files that are to be incorporated into the
report as graphics. As each image is created, a message such as the one below appears on the
screen.
PAGE SEGMENT TXPA009.PSEGLIB.PRINTR06.TEST(SBBM01)'
CREATED FROM SBBA045.ADMGDF(EDDM0l)'
After all the images are created, the user is prompted as follows:
PROMPT SAMPLE RESPONSE
ENTER BOX ID (EX: C809) L502
ENTER EXECUTION TIME 0,15
ENTER PRIORITY 2
A batch job will now be submitted to route the output report to the IBM 3820 page printer. An
example of the output report is shown in Appendix A.

Program EDDM	20


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EDDM DRAFT
Appendix A. Example output report
Appendix A. Example output report

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(&) ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
^			;	^ WQASDATA REPORT
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF WATER
WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS BRANCH
ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
(EDDM)
USER ID: SBB
account: ms
DATE:	10/11/90

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fgg) ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
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LAKE: NIfMETONKA (GRAYS BAY) AT MAYZA AHBNT/LA
LAKE HINNETONKA	AHBNT/LA

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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
	 WQAS DATA REPORT		
1050002109 MT DESERT I	71.7 miles type: I
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	FACILITIES 	
NPDES	NAME	CITY	SIC

ME0000922
STINSON CANNING CO SOUTHWEST H
SOUTHWEST HARBOR
2091
ME0021083
C H
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2092
ME0100641
SOUTHWEST HARBOR HTP
SOUTHWEST HARBOR
<~952
ME0101214
BAR
HARBOR-CROHWELL HARBOR RD
BAR HARBOR
4952
ME010127J
BAR
HARBOR-HULLS COVE PLT
BAR HARBOR
4952
ME0101281
BAR
HARBOR-DEGREGOIRE PK PLT
BAR HARBOR
4952
ME0101333
MOUNT DESERT-OTTER CREEK STP
OTTER CREEK
4952
ME0101346
MOUNT DESERT-NORTHEAST HBR STP
NORTHEAST HARBOR
4952
ME0101354
MOUNT DESERT-SEAL HARBOR STP
SEAL HARBOR
4952
ME0101362
MOUNT DESERT-SOMESVILLE STP
MT DESERT /T/
4952

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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
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	 CITIES 	
NAME COUNTY	STATE POPULATION
BAR HARBOR HANCOCK	HE 2392
NORTHEAST HANCOCK	HE 600
SOUTHWEST HANCOCK	HE 1657
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AMBNT/ST
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112WRD
441604068205701
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AHBNT/ST
EFHEEPA
ME0100641
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HE0101346
MOUNT DESERT-NORTHEAST HBR S/SXNCLAIR
HUN/TREA
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HE0101214
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HUN/TREA
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MOUNT DESERT-OTTER CREEK STP/
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MOUNT DESERT-SEAL HARBOR STP/
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21BURHEA
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SEAL HARBOR HE FAUCET IN TOWN
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	 DRINKING MATER SUPPLIES --
NAHE	TYPE	POP

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(&) ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
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1800
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1700
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1700
BAR HARBOR MATER CO. P
4400
BAR HARBOR MATER CO. I
4800

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WQAS DATA REPORT .
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NPDES	NAME	CITY
18050002003
NPDES NUMBER
SIC
CA0005134
CHEVRON
U.S.A., INC
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RICHMOND
2911
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DE SOTO,
INC.
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BERKELEY
2841
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RICHMOND
2819
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3273
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860 WHARF
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WITCO CHEMICAL CORP
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	FACILITIES	-	
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CA0038253
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ALBANY
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POINT RICHMOND
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5171
CA0006190
TEXACO, INC.
RICHMOND
5171
CA0006335
U.S. NAVY
RICHMOND
9711
CA0027723
TIME OIL CO.
RICHMOND
5171
CA0027880
LEVIN HETALS CORP.
RICHMOND
5093
CA0028622
UNION CARBIDE CORP.
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5171
CA0028819
PETROHACX, INC.
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252
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1306
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CA
15850
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5356
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AGENCY	STATION	NAME	TYPE
1119REG9 6000130
U19REG9 6000205
11T0X09 CA0005134CA
S SIDE ISLAIS CR 150 FT M 3RD ST
CASTRO CREEK NEAR SAN PABLO
CHEVRON RICHMOND RECEIVING MATER SITE
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1119REG9
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1119REG9
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AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000064
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
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1119REG9
6000065
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
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MUN/TREA
1119REG9
6000066
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RIOMOND

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000067
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICIMMD

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000068
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICWIOND

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000069
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICWOND

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000070
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
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AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000071
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
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AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000072
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BLK
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AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000073
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICHMOND

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000074
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICHMOND

AMBNT/OC
1119REG9
6000075
SF BAY NEAR
BLK
BUOY
9
RICHMONO

AMBNT/OC

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NQAS DATA REPORT
1119REG9 6000076	SF BAY NEAR BLK BUOY *9 RICHMOND	AMBNT/OC
1110DFID 720235	BUOY FR BELL	ANBNT/OC
21CAL-1 E0B75772256	SAN PABLO BAY AT POINT SAN PABLO	ANBNT/OC
U19REG9 6000188	NORTH SIDE OF PT SAN PABLO	ANBNT/OC
11EPANW 7406	N SAN FRANCISCO	AMBNT/OC
11EPANM 7407	N SAN FRANCISCO	AMBNT/OC
21CAL-1 E0B7S772262	SAN PABLO STRAIT M OF THE BROTHRS	ANBNT/OC
1119REG9 6000205	CASTRO CREEK NEAR SAN PABLO	REATD/OU
21CAL-84 SHNESF1Q	CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO BAY: BERKELEY AHBNT/ES
Z1CAL-84 SHNESF12	CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO BAY: BERKELEY M ANBNT/ES
2ICAL-87 SHNESFI8	SAN FRANCISCO BAY- BERKELEY BEACH FRON ANBNT/ES
21CAL-84 SHNESF36	CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO BAY: KELLER BEAC ANBNT/ES
21CAL-84 SHNESF42	SAN PABLO BAY: POINT HOLATE	ANBNT/ES
21CAL-85 RSAC024	SAN PABLO BAY AT LIGHT 2	ANBNT/ES
2ICAL-82 RSAC024	SAN PABLO BAY-N. OF LT 2 AT PT SAN PAB AHBNT/ES
NUHBER
USGSU181400
GAGES
NANE	MEAN FLOW 7-Q-10 F
WILDCAT CREEK AT RIC	5.350
	 DRINKING MATER SUPPLIES ---
NANE	TYPE	POP
EAST BAY HUD	P	1080000

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4040001021 LITTLE CALUMET R 8.9 miles type: S
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NPDES
NAME
CITY
SIC
II
U
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II


II
II
II
II
II
II
II
IN0000175
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
CHESTERTON
3312
IN0022055
CHESTERTON TOWN OF
CHESTERTON
<952
IN0022S78
CHESTERTON TOWN OF
CHESTERTON
<~952
IN0029980
OAK TREE PARK INC.
PORTAGE
4952
IN0032069
AMERICAN TRAILER COURT
VALPARAISO
4952
IN0035661
UNION CARBIDE CORP-LINDE DIV-B
BURNS HARBOR
2813
IN0036765
CHESTERTON UTL TOWN OF CHESTER
CHESTERTON
4941
IN0037010
BURNS HARBOR TOWN OF
BURNS HARBOR
4952
IN0037630
CHESTERTON TOWN OF
CHESTERTON
4952
IN0039659
BURNS HARBOR ESTATES

4952

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BURNS HARBOR
2813
IN0029891
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
WESTVILLE
8211
IN0030937
BRUMflITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CHESTERTON
8211
IN0053481
PORTER

4952

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NAME
BURNS HARB
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PORTAGE
CITIES
COUNTY
PORTER
PORTER
PORTER
STATE
SSS3333S
IN
IN
IN
POPULATION
1284
6177
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STATION
WATER QUALITY STATIONS 	
NAME
TYPE
21IND
170154
LITTLE CALUMET RIVER-PORTER
AT MILE PO
AMBNT/ST
112WRD
04094009
LITTLE.CALUMET RIVER AT PORTER, INO.
AMBNT/ST
EFINEPA
IN0029891
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0030767
LIBERTY MIDDLE SCHOOL
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0035581
SANDS MOBILE HOME PARK
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0038709
LIBERTY FARM MOBILE HOME PAR/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0042021
ELHNOOD MOBILE HOME PARK
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0032883
PLEASANT VALLEY MOBILE HOME
/
MUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN000017S
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0043435
UNION CARBIDE CORP
/STATE ROA
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0053461
PORTER

NUN/TREA
EFINEPA
INOO2990O
OAK TREE PARK INC.
/
MUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0039659
BURNS HARBOR ESTATES
/
HUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0037630
CHESTERTON TOWN OF
/
MUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0036765
CHESTERTON UTL TOWN OF CHEST/
HUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0022578
CHESTERTON TOWN OF
/726 BROAD
HUN/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0030937
BRUMHITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
/
IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN003S661
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IND/TREA
EFINEPA
IN0037010
BURNS HARBOR TOWN OF
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MUN/TREA
21IND
350296
BILLINGTON LAKE, PORTER COUNTY
AMBNT/LA
21IND
350447
nORGAM LAKE, PORTER COUNTY

AMBNT/LA
NUMBER
USGS04096000
USGS04094000
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NAME
MEAN FLOW
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LITTLE CALUMET RIVER
71.303
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20.1

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CONDUIT FLO
50050
780101
871201
0.000
793.700
1274
PHOS-TOT
665
790101
871201
0.000
702.400
690
RESIDUE TOT N
530
801001
871201
0.000
973100.000
887
OIL-GRSETOT-S
550
801001
870501
0.000
15340.000
1322
NH3NH4-N TOT
610
801001
871201
0.000
12360.000
1716
CYANIDE CN-
720
801001
871201
0.000
274.200
1617
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34694
801001
871201
0.000
3625000.000
886
MATER TEH
11
801001
871201
0.000
174.000
667
PH
400
801001
871201
0.000
10.000
946
RESIDUE SETTL
546
801001
860901
0.000
2316000.000
717
WQF SAMP
74041
801001
871201
860812.000
890222.000
1068
OIL-GRSEFREON
556
870101
871201
0.000
5294.000
109
PHENOLS TOTA
32730
870101
870501
0.000
5677.000
55
CHLORIDE TOT
940
801001
871201
6.000
109000.000
840
SULFATE S04-T
945
801001
871201
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600000.000
858
CHROMIUMCR,TO
1034
801001
850101
0.000
276.700
355
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1046
801001
871201
0.000
2512.000
792
TIN SN,TO
1102
801001
831001
0.000
1215.000
348
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510
820301
820301
0.110
0.460
3
SPECIFICGRAVI
72013
810101
860901
1.040
1.350
180
PRESSUREINJ W
50056
810101
860901
0.000
1000.000
231
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1045
810101
870501
2.500
105800.000
193
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71825
810101
860901
0.200
20590.000
180
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1044
810201
810201
1.200
22760.000
3
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1051
841101
870301
0.000
211.000
148
ZINC ZN.TO
1092
840101
870301
0.000
535.900
221
BOD 5 DA
310
811001
871201
0.000
216.500
321
FEC COLIMFh-F
31616
811001
820901
20.000
40.000
24
COLIFORM, FEC
31612
830101
860901
0.000
990.000
137

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EFINEPA 1X0000175
BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP	/	PIPE: 7
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HITKOCEN. AMMONIA, TOTAL (MG/L AS N)
EFINEPA IN0000175
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NAME: LITTLE CALUMET R

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1982
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NPDES	NAME	CITY
SIC
NY0000931	MERCURY AIRCRAFT INC	URBANA /T/ 3444
NY0001007	TAYLOR MINE COMPANY INC	URBANA /T/ 208*
NY0002119	GOLO SEAL VINEYARDS INC	URBANA /T/ 2084
NY0035734	HAMMONDSPORT NINE CO INC	HAHMOKDSPORT 2084
NYKK00750	PULTENEY STP	4954
NYKK0Q760	HAmONDSPORT STP	4954
NYKK00774	KASHONG POINT STP	4954
NYKK00776	BELLONA STP	4954

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NAME COUNTY	STATE POPULATION
KAJM3NDSPO STEUBEN	NY 1066
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3617C1
UNNAMED CREEK

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1IEPALES
3617B1
UNNAMED CREEK

AMBNT/ST
11EPALES
3617A1
KEUKA INLET

AMBNT/ST
U2WRD
04232449
KEUKA INLET TRIBUTARY NO 2
AT HAMMONDS
AMBNT/ST
I1EPALES
3617H1
UW4AHED CREEK

AMBNT/ST
X12WRO
04232455
KEUKA LAKE TRIBUTARY NO 4 -
AT KEUKA NY
AMBNT/ST
11EPALES
361761
UNNAMED OUTLET OF WANETA LAKE
AMBNT/ST
HEP ALES
3617F1
UNNAMED CREEK

AMBNT/ST
112WRO
04232475
WILLOW GROVE CREEK NEAR PENN VAN NY
AMBNT/ST
EFNYEPA
NY0002119
GOLD SEAL VINEYARDS INC
/RT S4A
IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0075272
HAITCWDSPORT WINE CO INC
/
IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0001007
TAYLOR WINE COMPANY INC
/OLD BATH
IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0065684
MERCURY AIRCRAFT INC
/17 WHEELE
IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0098566
BULLY HILL VINEYARDS INC
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IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0104183
HERON HILLS VINEYARD
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IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0107069
LOCXWOOD ASH-DISPOSAL SITE
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EFNYEPA
NY0108979
MERCURY AIRCRAFT INC
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IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0109177
CLARK SPECIALITY COMPANY
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IND/TREA
EFNYEPA
NY0000931
MERCURY AIRCRAFT INC
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IND/TREA
111WS
055NSP
PENN VAN CITY WATER WORKS

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07F0S005
KEUKA LAKE-IN LAKE

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1I2WRO
04232478
-PENN YAN WTP-KEUKA LAKE

AMBNT/LA
11EPALES
361701
KEUKA LAKE

AMBNT/LA
11EPALES
361702
KEUKA LAKE

AMBNT/LA
11EPALES
361703
KEUKA LAKE

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NUMBER	NAME	MEAN FLOW 7-Q-10 F
SSS3SSSS33SSSSSSS3333S3SSSS!:z:iz:S3:SSSSSSS5SSS388333S3SSSSSSSS!3ZSSSS
USGS04232460	SUGAR CREEK AT GUYAN
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CUMMINS ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM
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TARRANT CITY
7538
AL0001244
CITADEL CEMENT CORP BHAM
BIRMINGHAM
3241
AL0001341
HERCULES BESSEMER

2892
AL0002771
VULCAN RIVET AND BOLT
TARRANT CITY
3452
AL0003247
NO B'HAM COMPLEX-JIM WALTER
BIRMINGHAM
3312
AL0003361
CLOW CORP BIRMINGHAM
TARRANT CITY
3321
AL0003417
AL BY PROD TARRANT
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3312
AL0022853
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1211
AL0022951
JEFFERSON CO-NO SMITHFIELD WTP

4952
AL0026913
JEFFERSON CO-NEW 5MILE CR WWTP
BIRMINGHAM
4952
AL0028045
BIRCO MINING-M2 CROOKED CREEK
GARDENDALE
1211
AL0030678
MINERAL SPRINGS MINING-PIT
MOUNT OLIVE
1211
AL0030767
MINERAL SPRINGS HINING-PIT 111
MOUNT OLIVE
1211
AL0031216
UNARCO-ROHN-B'HAM
BIRMINGHAM
3441

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^1
FACILITIES
NPDES
NAME
CITY
SIC
3333318333
333333334
aaaas:
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
33333333:
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
u
AL0031224
NICKEL PLATE
HINING-PIT
6
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031241
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
13
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031267
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
V2
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031275
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
1
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031283
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
M
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031291
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
*7
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031313
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
9
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0031321
NICKEL
PLATE
MINING-PIT
10
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0MO444
ATLAS PATTERN MORKS-TARRANT
TARRANT CITY
3471
ALOM0983
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
16
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0M1718
NICKEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
19
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0M2064
NICXEL
PLATE
HINING-PIT
20
FULTONOALE
1211
AL0M9361
VULCAN HATERIALS-BIRMGH'H QRY
BIRMINGHAM
3295
NAME
BITCN6MAN
FULTONOALE
GARDENOALE
MOUNT OLIV
TARRANT CI
6RAYSVILLE
	CITIES			
COUNTY STATE	POPULATION
Saa9SnBIIB3SSS3SS3aaaS8S888883S3S3SS3iasa8S8aOS83SS:
JEFFERSON AL	300910
JEFFERSON AL	5163
JEFFERSON AL	6502
JEFFERSON AL	1000
JEFFERSON AL	6835
JEFFERSON AL	3182
AGENCY
ALM
21AWIC
21AMZC
1U4PEST
ALM
112WRD
112WRD
ALM
ALM
21AWIC
ALM
STATION
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FMBH01073
NF-01
BK-01
010130A
FHBH02073
02457700
02457650 
FMBH03073
FH3H37073
FMC-16
FHBH05073
 HATER QUALITY STATIONS 	
NAME	TYPE
l8S33S3S3SSS33338fi8333SS3S3335S3a3asS3SS8S8ES3SSSS
FIVEMILE CX AT MOUTH-LOCUST FORK	AHBNT/ST
NEW FOUND CREEK	AMBNT/ST
BLACK CREEK	AHBNT/ST
FIVE MILE CR AT RIVER MILE 02.80 NR BI AMBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CX AT LYN CROSS-GRAYSVL	AHBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CREEK AT LINN CROSSING AL	AHBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CREEK AT CARDIFF AL	AHBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CX AT FIVEMILE CX-CRDIF	AMBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CX AT FIVEMILE RO	AMBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CREEK AT COUNTY ROAD	AHBNT/ST
FIVEMILE CK AT HWY NR BEVENS CH	AHBNT/ST

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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER-
DATA- BtWHff r.-.:n^*v-nrx,ikffja-*  - >>.v ;
1113S0S0
012937
FIVENILE
CR AT BROOKSIDE

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH04073
FIVENILE
CX AT NEWFOUND CX-BKSDE

AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FHC-1S
FIVEMILE CREEK AT CHETOPA NINE (DRUHH
AMBNT/ST
12EPACS
FIVEMICRK
10.0 FIVENILE
CREEK NEAR LINN CROSSING AT U
AMBNT/ST
1U4PEST
010130B
FIVE NILE CR AT RIVER NILE 22.67 NR
BI
AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FM2
FIVE NI CR HMY 105 NR REPUBLIC

AIONT/ST
ALM
FMBM06073
FIVENILE
CX AT MINERAL SP6S RD

AMBNT/ST
1113S050
012939
FIVENILE
CR AT REPUBLIC

AMBMT/ST
ALM
FMBH07073
FIVENILE
CX AT FORD BR

AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FMC-14
FIVENILE
CREEK ABOVE PRUDES CREEK

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH08073
FIVENILE
CX AT FUTURE FM STP

AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FHC-13
FIVENILE
CREEK AT TOWN OF BROOKSIDE

AMBNT/ST
1113S050
012941
FIVENILE
CR AT UPPER C0ALBUR6

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH09073
FIVENILE
CX AT HOOPER-COALBUR RO

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH10073
FIVENILE
CX AT POWERLINE

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH11073
FIVENILE
CX AT SOUTHERN RR NO 4

AMBNT/ST
AIM
FMBN12073
FIVENILE
CX BELOW UNIDENT DISCH

AMBNT/ST
21AHIC
FMC-12
FIVENILE
CREEK NEAR BIVENS CHAPEL

AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FMC-11
FIVENILE
CREEK ABOVE BROOKSIDE

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH13073
FIVENILE
CX ABOVE UNIDENT DISCH

AMBNT/ST
21AWIC
FM1A
FIVE NILE CREEK AT UPPER C0ALBUR6

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH14073
FIVENILE
CX AT SOUTHERN RR NO 3

AMBNT/ST
X113S050
014420
CAHABA VALLEY CR US 31 NE PELHAM

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH16073
FIVENILE
CX AT SOUTHERN RR NO 1

AMBMT/ST
ALM
FMBH15073
FIVENILE
CX AT SOUTHERN RR NO 2

AMBNT/ST
AL84
FMBH17073
FIVENILE
CX AT 0IRT RD-LEWISBURG

AMBNT/ST
AL84
F.MBH18073
FIVENILE
CX AT DIRT RD-ELLARD RD

AMBNT/ST
2XAWIC
FMC-10
FIVENILE
CREEK AT SOUTHERN RAILROAD
BR
AMBNT/ST
ALM
FHBH19073
FIVENILE
CX AT POWERLINE

AMBNT/ST
1114PEST
010130C
FIVE NILE CR AT RIVER MILE 31.28 NR
BI
AMBNT/ST
21AHIC
FHl
FIVE MILE CX AT US 31

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FHBH20073
FIVENILE
CX AT HWY 31 NR FULTOND

AMBNT/ST
AL84
FMBH21073
FIVENILE
CX AT DRIVE-IN THEATER

AMBNT/ST
AL84
FMBH22073
FIVENILE
CX ABOVE CITADEL CEMENT

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FHBH23073
FIVENILE
CX AT FIVEMILE STP

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH24073
FIVENILE
CK AT BR ABOVE FM STP

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH2S073
FIVENILE
CX ABOVE ABC NO 1

AMBNT/ST
HIPPEST
0101300
FIVE NILE CR AT RIVER MILE 32.28 NR
BI
AMBNT/ST
1114PEST
010130E
FIVE MILE
! CR AT RIVER MILE 32.50 NR
BI
AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH26073
FIVENILE
CX ABOVE VULCAN RIB

AMBNT/ST
ALM
FMBH27073
FIVENILE
CX ABOVE BYHOCO

AMBNT/ST

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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY! MANAGER
vj .		: WAS DATi; ttPfltTa-j,^	<-...
ALM
ALS4
ALM
ALM
21AWIC
ALM
ALM
21AWIC
112VRD
ALM
X2EPACS
ALM
1114PEST
21AWIC
ALM
21AWXC
12EPACS
21AWIC
21AHIC
21AMXC
21AHIC
12EPACS
21AHIC
12EPACS
21AMIC
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
EFALEPA
11EPALES
22
FHBH28073
FMBH29073
FHBH30073
FHBH31073
FHC-09
FHBH32073
FHBH33073
FHC-OB
0245700*
FMBH34073
FIVENICRK
FHBH35073
010130F
FHC-07
FHBH36073
FHC-06
FIVEHICRK
FHC-05
FHC-04
FNC-03
FMC-02
FIVEHICRK
FMC-01
FIVEHICRK
AL0003417001
AL0001341
AL0040983
AL0030678
AL0030767
AL0041718
AL0031267
AL0031291
AL0031216
AL0031275
AL00228S3
AL0026913
AL0031224
AL0031283
AL003132I
AL0031241
01010B
26
33.1
36.1
FIVEHILE CK AT LCN RR
FIVEHILE CX ABOVE CLOW CORP
FIVEHILE CX ABOVE ARWOOD GALV
FIVEHILE CX AT SPRINGOALE RO
FIVEHILE CREEK AT BRACKET LOOP ROAD
FIVEHILE CK ABOVE SO NATL GAS
FIVEHILE CX ABOVE DUMt CONST
FIVEHILE CREEK AT WILKINSON ROAD
FIVEHILE CREEK AT KETONA AL
FIVEHILE CK AT HWY 79 FOOT BR
7 FIVEHILE CRK AT HINERALSPRINCS-REPUBLI
FIVEHILE CX AT LAWSON RO
FIVE NILE CR AT RIVER HILE 36.06 NR BI
FIVEHILE CREEK ABOVE JEFFERSON COUNTY
FIVEHILE CX AT RED HILL RO
FIVEHILE CREEK AT BROOKSIDE-COAL BURC R
5 FIVEHILE CRK AT ACIPIC0-C0ALBUR6 BRD6
FIVEHILE CREEK AT CITY OF BIRMINGHAM L
FIVEHILE CREEK BELOW US HWY 31 BRID6E
FIVEHILE CREEK AT FAMILY BOYELS YARD
FIVEHILE CREEK AT ALABAMA BY-PRODUCT
FIVEHILE CRK AT SPRINGOALE RD BRD6
FIVEHILE CREEK AT HWY 79 BRIDGE
FIVEHILE CRK REFERENCE STA AT LAWSON R
ABC-DRUMHOND COKE PLANT
HERCULES BESSEHER	/
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT 16 /RT 2
MINERAL SPRINGS HINING-PIT O/DONNS RD
MINERAL SPRINGS HINING-PIT O/DOWN RD
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT *19 /RT 1
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT *2 /
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT 7 /
UNARCO-ROHN-B'HAM	/911 THOMA
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT tl /
DRUmOND CO CLUSTER SPRING /HWY 31/77
JEFFERSON CO-NEW 5MILE CR WW/
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT 06 /
NICKEL PLATE MINING-PIT M /
NICKEL PLATE HINING-PIT *10 /
NICXEL PLATE HINING-PIT 03 /
FIVE MILE CREEK (BIRMINGHAM)
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
AHBNT/ST
AMBNT/ST
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
MUN/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
IND/TREA
/STREAM

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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY^ MANAGER
.	- - -.; MQAS- DATA_. REPORT

EFALEPA
AL0042064
EFALEPA
AL0031313
EFALEPA
AL0022951
EFALEPA
AL0003247
EFALEPA
AL0001244
1114PEST
010154A
EFALEPA
AL0003417
EFALEPA
AL000277I
EFALEPA
AL002B045
EFALEPA
AL0003361
EFALEPA
AL0040444
EFALEPA
AL0001163
EFAL
AL00269I3
21AWIC
AL0026913001
EFAL
AL0003247
EFAL
AL00034I7
21AWIC
AL0003247001
NICKEL PLATE MINING-PIT #20 /	IND/TREA
NICKEL PLATE MINING-PIT 9 /	IND/TREA
JEFFERSON CO-NO SMTHFIELD W/	MUN/TREA
NO B*HAM COMPLEX-JIM WALTER /3500 35TH IND/TREA
CITADEL CEMENT CORP BHAM /4700 HUNT IND/TREA
ALABAMA BY PRODUCTS CORP AT TARRANT CI IND/TREA
AL BY PROD TARRANT	/	IND/TREA
VULCAN RIVET AND BOLT	/1020 PINS IND/TREA
BIRCO MINING-*2 CROOKED CREE/NT OLIVE IND/TREA
CLOM CORP BIRMINGHAM	/1600 NATI IND/TREA
ATLAS PATTERN MORXS-TARRANT /3653 PINS IND/TREA
CUMMINS ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM /2200 PINS IND/TREA
JEFF CO FIVE MILE CREEK SEWAGE TREATHE MUN/TREA
JEFFERSON COUNTY FIVEMILE CREEK STP MUN/TREA
JIM WALTERS	IND/TREA
ABC DRUHHOND	IND/TREA
FIVEMILE CREEK JIM WALTER RESOURCES IND/TREA
NUMBER
==33333::=:ss:
USCS02457700
US6S02457500
USGS02457000
	 GAGES 	
NAME
:Sa33 33SS83===33333SS83X3a8838S3fl
FIVEMILE CREEK AT LI
FIVEMILE C AT TARRAN
FIVEMILE CREEK AT KE
MEAN FLOW
7-0-10 F
3333333=3=33333==========
35.064
5.3

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'^ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER ' " ;
WQAS DATA REPORT
1119REG9
4000017
SACTO R AT FREEPORT BEND

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
HB0S0079120R1
SAC.R. FREEPORT BEND MDWVIEW R1

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB050079120R2
SAC.R.FREEPORT BEND MDWVIEW R2

AMBNT/ST
1119REG9
4000016
LT. "29" NEAR FREEPORT BEND

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-1
B9D82951333
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT BEACON 37

AMBNT/ST
1119REG9
4000006
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT GARCIA BEND

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB05RM512
SAC.R.RH51.2 RIVER 9UEEM MARINA

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-1
B9D83101323
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT BRICKYARD

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB057624RB5
SAC.R.BLH.CITY HA IN OUTFALL

AMBNT/ST
1119REG9
4000002
SACTO R AT 35TH AVE. SACRAMENTO

MUN/TREA
1119RE69
400001S
SACTO R NEAR END OF 35TH AVE.

AMBNT/ST
1119REG9
4000046
SACTO R MAR 35TH AVE SACRAMENTO

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-1
B9D83141314
SACTO R A WHEELERS LOG

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
HB050079111R2
SAC.R.CITY MAIN STP R2

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
HB050079111R1
SAC.R.CITY MAIN STP R1

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB05RHS61
SAC.R.RMS6.1 LORIS MARINA

AMBNT/ST
1119RE69
400000S
2 MILE DOWNSTREAM HMY 80 BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
NB007710ACE
SAC.R.AT BARGE CANAL ENTRANCE

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
HB0S0079171R1
SAC. R. 10 OFT. ABV. E YCSD. DISCM. R-1

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB0S0079171R2
SAC.R.200FT.BLM.EYCSD.OISCM.R-2

AMBNT/ST
1119RE69
400*004
300 YDS DOWNSTREAM HMY 80 BR

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-1
B9M34013U
SACTO R AT MILLER PARK

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB0SRM585
SAC.R.RM58.5 PIONEER BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB0S7703RBS
SAC.R.PIONEER BR.I00YDS.UPSTREAM

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB05RM465
SAC.R.RH46.5 FREEPORT BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB050077682R1
SAC.R.FREEPORT MARINA R1

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB050078581A
SAC.R.CENTRAL HEATING A

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB050078581B
SAC.R.CENTRAL HEATING B

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB0011447500
STATION 3 ISTREET BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
2XCAL-1
A0210000
SACTO R AT SACRAMENTO

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB00SRFP
SAC.R. FILT.P.ABOVE I. ST.BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
11T0X09
000007
SACRAMENTO R. AT PG1E PUMP STA

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-1
A0210050
SACTO R A SACTO CITY INTAKE

AMBNT/ST
X1TOX09
000101
SACRAMENTO R 3 RICHARDS BLVD

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
SACWTP
SAC CITY WATER TREATMENT PLANT

AMBNT/ST
21CAL-4
WB05RM0025
AMERICAN RIVER AT 15 BRIDGE

AMBNT/ST
EFCAEPA
CA0004855
NEWHALL, DIXON DRYERNEWHALL /

IND/TREA
EFCAEPA
CA0004901
AHER. CRYSTAL SUGAR P.O. BOX/

IND/TREA
EFCAEPA
CA000S029
SACRAMENTO, CITY OF AMERICAN/

MUN/TREA
EFCAEPA
CA0077682
SACRAMENTO, CNTY OF REGIONAL/SIMS
RD
MUN/TREA
EFCAEPA
CA0079111
SACRAMENTO R.C.S.D SACTO CI/5699
S LA
MUN/TREA

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EFCAEPA
CA0079120
EFCAEPA
CA0004111
EFCAEPA
CA0004316
EFCAEPA
CA0079499
EFCAEPA
CA0079847
EFCAEPA
CA0079880
EFCAEPA
CAOil0728
11TOX09
000047
EFCAEPA
CA0079863
21CAL-1
B9D81441310
21CAL-1
B9D82541317
21CAL-1
B9D82991335
21CAL-1
B9D83091330
21CAL-1
B9D83101317
21CAL-81
RSAC104
21CAL-85
RSAC106
113BUREC
RSAC106
21CAL-82
RSAC107
21CAL-S7
RSAC109
21CAL-S5
RSAC112
113BUREC
052207
11RCELS
RSAC113
21CAL-83
RSAC113
21CAL-85
RSAC120
21CAL-87
RSAC120
113BUREC
RSAC120
11RCELS
SLGRG18
21CAL-83
SLGRG18
11RCELS
CHDLC1
21CAL-83
CHDLC1
21CAL-87
CHDLCO
113BUREC
FCCHXSLG
11RCELS
RSAC128
21CAL-83
RSAC128
11RCSAL
SLSBT17
21CAL-87
SLSBT17
21CAL-83
RSAC136
113BUREC
RSAC139
21CAL-85
RSAC139
21CAL-87
RSAC144
URCELS
RSAC144
SACRAMENTO R.C.S.D. HEADOWVI/FREEPORT NUN/TREA
AEROJET-GENERAL CORPP.O. BOX/	INO/TREA
PROCTOR * GAMBLE MFGSACRAMEN/FRUITRIDG INO/TREA
ELK GROVE S.O.	ELK CROV/	NUN/TREA
SACRAMENTO, CNTY OF AROEN S./NORTHRUP NUH/TREA
SACRAMENTO, CNTY OF CNTY SAM/HILLSDALE NUN/TREA
U.S. ARMY	SACTO. A/SACTO. AR INO/TREA
SACRAMENTO CENTRAL TREATMENT PLANT NUN/TREA
SACRAMENTO R.C.S.D. NATOHAS /NATOHAS A NUN/TREA
SACRAMENTO R A WALNUT GROVE	AMBNT/LA
SACRAMENTO R A CLARKSBURG	AMBNT/LA
SACRAMENTO R A GARCIA BEND	AMBNT/LA
SACRAMENTO R A GREGORY RO	AMBNT/LA
SACRAMENTO R BL CITY STP OFL	AMBNT/LA
SACRAMENTO R AT TIP OF GRAND ISLAND AMBKT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT NM END OF IDA ISLA AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO R AT IDA ISLAND 1/3 KM M OF AMBNT/ES
LONER SACRAMENTO R. AT GRAND ISL BELOW AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO R. ISLETON PUBLIC BOAT RAMP AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT ISLETON BRIDGE AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER 2 MI. ABOVE ISLETON AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER 600 YDS SO OF LOG NO AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER 600 YDS SO OF LOG NO AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER NEAR RYDE	AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO R. BEACH AT KOKET RESORT AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER 0.7 KILOMETER NE OF R AMBNT/ES
GEORGIANA SLOUGH 600 YDS SO OF INTRSCT AMBNT/ES
GEORGIANA SLOUGH 600 YDS SO OF INTRSCT AMBNT/ES
DELTA CROSS CHANNEL 600 YDS FROM SACTO AMBNT/ES
DELTA CROSS CHANNEL 600 YDS FROM SACTO AMBNT/ES
DELTA CROSS CHANNEL- N. BANK, SOUTH OF ANBNT/ES
DELTA CROSS CHANNEL AND GEORGIANA SLOU AMBNT/ES
SACRANENTO RIVER AT VORDEN.	AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT VORDEN.	AMBNT/ES
STEAMBOAT SL. JUST WEST OF STEAMBOAT R AMBNT/ES
STEAMBOAT SL. JUST WEST OF STEAMBOAT R AMBNT/ES
AT COURTLAND ABOUT 1000 YDS ABOVE SUTT AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO R AT GREENS LANDING 4KM SW AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT GREENS LANDING AMBNT/ES
SAC. RIVER- CLACKSBURG PUBLIC FISHING AMBNT/ES
SACRAMENTO RIVER AT ROSEBUD LANDING. AMBNT/ES
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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA DISPLAY MANAGER
WQAS DATA REPQgT	,
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18020109005 SACRAMENTO R
48.6 MILES TYPE: R
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JWCKLIN
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ENVIRONMENTAL DATA SELECTED BY: CITY
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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE
REACH FILE
August 20th, 1990
Timothy R. Bondelid
Sue A. Hanson
Phillip L. Taylor, EPA Program Manager
Horizon Systems Corporation
423 Carlisle Drive
Hemdon, Virginia 22070
(703) 471-0480
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Table of Contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION 	 I
1.1	Purpose of this Document 	 1
1.2	Description of RF3 	 1
1.3	User Communities 	
1.4	Schedule of Availability 	
2.0 REACH FILE VERSION 3 BUILDING BLOCKS
2.1	Contributing Databases/Agencies 	
2.2	Accuracy/Limitations of Original Data 	
2.2.1	Cataloging Unit Boundaries	
2.2.2	DLG Data 	
2.2.3	GNIS Data	
2.2.4	Absence of Underground Connections ....
2.2.5	RF2 and RF1 Limitations 	
2.3	Summary 	
3.0 BUILDING THE REACH FILE 3 DATASET 	5
3.1	Overview of the RF3 Update Process 	 5
3.2	Quality Assurance/Quality Control 	 6
3.3	Open Waters 	 6
3.3.1	Lakes, Reservoirs, etc	 8
3.3.2	Wide Rivers 	>	 8
3.4	Indexing to Other Databases 	 8
3.5	Divergences, Braided Streams and Other Complex Hydrology 	 8
3.5.1	Divergences 	 8
3.5.2	Special Techniques for Braided Streams 	 9
3.5.3	Other Complex Hydrology 	 9
4.0 LIMITATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS TO THE REACH FILE 3 DATASET 	 II
4.1	Error Descriptions and Correction Techniques 	 11
4.1.1	Cataloging Unit Boundaries 		11
4.1.2	DLG Data 		12
4.1.3	Hydrologic Network 		13
4.1.4	RF1/RF2 Overlay 		13
4.2	RF3 Reporting Scenario 		14
4.2.1	Existing Reporting 	 14
4.2.2	Future Reporting 	 14
4.3	Criteria for Updating RF3 	 14
5.0 UPDATING CAPABILITIES 		15
5.1	Existing Capabilities 		15
5.2	Responsible User Communities 		16
5.2.1	Providing Updates back to EPA 		16
5.2.2	Anticipated Types of Updates 		16
5.3.1	Mainframe Software 		16
5.3.2	PC-based Software 		17
5.3.3	Original Datasets such as CU boundaries 		17
5.3.4	G1S Environments - Arclnfo Community 		17
5.4	Summary 		17
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Stream coding and hydrologic sequencing have been an integral part of the Agency's Water System
since the coding and retrieval procedures were first presented at the Symposium on Environmental
Measurements, (September 5, 1963, Cincinnati, Ohio) by Richard S. Green, and the fundamental
operating system was described at the ASCE Water Resources Engineering Conference (March
8-12, 1965, Mobile, Alabama) by Richard S. Green, Donald P. Dubois, and Clarence W. Tutwiler.
The current Reach File is the culmination of the ideas and methods first presented by these indi-
viduals in the early 1960s.
Digital coding of streams for ten percent of the nation's waterways was completed in 1980 and be-
came operational as the Reach File version 1 in 1982, providing for the first national database and
networking 68,000 stream records. Under the guidance and leadership of the first EPA project
manager, C. Robert Horn, Reach File versions 1 and 2 were implemented, and version 3 was
completed to the stage that all coordinates and related data were processed and indexed into a single
national file on the EPA's National Computer Center.
Today's efforts continue to enhance and upgrade the usefulness and accessibility of the Reach File
information and associated databases with the guidance of EPA Project Manager Phillip Taylor and
support from associated EPA branches. The consultant project manager for all three versions of
the Reach File is Timothy Bondelid of Horizon Systems Corporation.
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1.0	INTRODUCTION
What is the Reach File? It is a hydrographic database of the surface waters of the continental
United States. Elements within the database were created for the express purpose of performing
hydrologic routing for modeling programs, identifying upstream and downstream elements, and
providing a method to uniquely identify any particular point associated with surface waters. This
names only a few of the capabilities inherent to the database components. The unique identifier
has been put to use in associating other EPA national databases to surface waters: STORET,
DRINKS, IFD, GAGES, WBS, and DAMS. Any point within any of these databases can be as-
sociated with, and identified by, a specific location on any surface water element: reservoir, lake,
stream, wide river, coast line. The Reach File, then, can be defined as the U.S. Surface Water
Hydrographic Identification Database.
There are three versions of the Reach File. The first was created in 1982 and contained 68,000 re-
aches. The second was released in 1988 and doubled the size of version 1. The third version is
under production at this time and will have 3,000,000 individual reach components. Each version
is upwardly compatible with the next, preserving all reach numbering within each database.
Each version of the Reach File has an identical hydrographic structure for routing purposes. Each
version also has many identifying names for the hydrographic components, which have been pre-
served between versions. Finally, each version has a map component (latitude and longitude)
which allows for geographic representation of the hydrographic structure (i.e. map making) and the
retiieval and analysis of the information on a geographic basis.
The differences between each version are the level of complexity as indicated by the number of el-
ements within each database and the level of detail of the map component. Version 3 of the Reach
File will contain all of the Digitial Line Graph data applicable to hydrographic elements.
1.1	Purpose of this Document
Reach File version 1 and version 2 (hereafter RF1 and RF2) are currently being upgraded into
Reach File version 3 by incorporating the Digital Line Graph (DLG) data into the Reach File's
network configuration. The increased usefulness of Reach File version 3 with other national water
databases will be immediate and will benefit the existing user communities.
The upgrades are being performed on individual cataloging units. EPA Regions I, IV, V, and VII
are currently under production. Regions III and VIII are under contract and in startup mode.
Delivery of the final databases will be in the fall of 1990.
Interim "samplers" of Reach File version 3 (herein called RF3) are being submitted to selected
groups within EPA for general knowledge and review of usability with selected software, such as
Arclnfo. These "samplers" have not yet been cleared for general public usage because quality
control procedures are ongoing.
There are immediate requirements of several agencies, however, to get an immediate "hands-on"
review of the RF3 in order evaluate their own applications. The "samplers" of RF3 will give these
agencies this opportunity.
Immediate feedback from reviewers of the RF3 "samplers' have been revolving around the quality
of the information. This memorandum is intended to clarify the kinds of quality control measures
which are being taken for the final RF3 as well as the quality of the original "building blocks' uti-
lized to create RF3 and its predecessors.
1.2	Description of RF3
RF3 is an extension of multiple data sources:
- Reach File version 1 (RF1)
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-	Reach File version 2 (RF2)
-	USGS Cataloging Unit (CU) boundaries
-	USGS Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)
-	USGS 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph (DLG) data obtained from 48,000 quadrangle
map files
The last three data sources are not controlled by EPA. Therefore, any discrepancies in these three
data sources may be in RF3. Critical hydrologic components will be modified during the conver-
sion and upgrade process but local knowledge will required to resolve the rest of the discrepancies.
The types of discrepancies will be described in detail in Sections 2.0 and 4.0 of this memorandum.
It is beyond the scope of this conversion and upgrade to RF3 to include the resolution of the local
discrepancies. First, it requires intimate knowledge of the hydrography of the region. Second, it
requires local presence to refine and define issues such as correct names for stretches of rivers,
streams, creeks as well as open waters. Therefore, it will be up to the local state or EPA region to
locate and correct any of these discrepancies.
These user communities will need software support for the update capabilites. The exact methods
and means have not yet been finalized, pending feedback from the user communities. A part of the
RF3 conversion and upgrade process will include the presentation of reliable update capabilities.
This topic is covered further in Section 5.0 of this memorandum.
1.3 User Communities
There are several user communities of RF3 and its predecessors. Some of the communities are
active users of RF2 and RF1 and will continue to be active users of RF3. These include the
Waterbody System (WBS) users and the STORET community. IFD facilities, drinking water
Bplies (DRINKS), DAMS and the GAGES data structure were also linked to RF1 and RF2.
(of these communities will only gain from the creation of RF3: most of the existing reach ref-
lces within these databases will remain consistent with RF3.
Other communities have come into the Reach File user group. While not currently active users
of RF1 or RF2, the RF3 upgrade will make the database a viable additional tool for their appli-
cations. One of these user communities is the EPA/USGS Arclnfo community.
1.4 Schedule of Availability
The conversion and upgrade process is being performed on a cataloging unit basis. First, each EPA
Region is required to provide at least 2/3 of the funding prior to initiating the conversion process.
To date, the following regions have funding approved and allocated:
Region I - 100% complete by June 1990
Region III - Fully funded, complete by March 1991
Region IV - 50% complete by August 1990 and 85% complete by March 1991
Region V - Fully funded, complete by March 1991
Region VI - Partially funded, complete by March 1991
Region VII - Fully funded, complete by March 1991
Region VIII - Fully funded, complete by March 1991
Region IX - Partially funded, complete by March 1991
Regions II and X do not have any allocated funding. Therefore, a schedule for these two regions
has not been established.
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2.1	Contributing Databases/Agencies
RFI was released in 1982 and contained 68,000 reaches and 30,000 named features. There are over
650,000 miles of stream and shorelines in RFI with detailed line traces based on 1:500,000 scale
NOAA aeronautical charts, which were photographically derived from the USGS map base having
a scale of 1:250,000. The charts were scanned as a part of the RFI project to create the reaches.
These scans provided rastor data files which were then converted to vector form. Stream and
shoreline reaches were genereated in each CU during the vectorization process. All reach records
were combined into a national file which contained latitude and longitude coordinates (hereafter
lat/long) spaced approximately eveTy 500 feet. The cataloging unit boundaries came from the
USGS and numbered 2,111 for the contiguous U.S.
RF2 was released in 1988 and focused on increasing the number of reaches in the structure file.
This was done by using streams from the USGS GNIS to add one level of tributaries to the RFI.
This update doubled the amount of streams in the RFI.
RF3 will contain approximately 3,000,000 individual reach components and 93,000,000 coordi-
nates. It will include all of RFI and RF2 elements plus the streams, lakes, reservoirs, coastal
shorelines and islands in the DLG database. RF3 will contain many streams down to 0.1 mile in
length and many ponds and lakes with areas less than one acre. In addition, the line traces will be
highly detailed and accurate. Stream, lake, and reservoir names will be added from GNIS. These
data reside on the EPA NCC mainframe computer.
The DLG data are officially scaled at 1:100,000 although the data were digitized from USGS maps
having a scale of 1:24,000 in most areas where maps were available. The level of precision in the
EPA implementation is to the nearest 10,000th of a degree in terms of latitude/longitude, and is
roughly equivalent to 35 feet (earth surface). The DLG are grouped by the 7.5 minute quad sheets
(1:24,000 scale) and are considered the backbone of the new RF3. There are 54,000 quad sheets
to represent the continental U.S. The GNIS has approximately 400,000 hydrographic related en-
tries, which relates to about seven named water features per 7.5 minute quad sheet.
2.2 Accuracy/Limitations of Original Data
The following paragraphs describe the accuracy and/or limitations that exist within the original
datasets. While the RF3 has a strict quality control program associated with the conversion, these
discrepancies cannot be corrected by the RF3 project. However, update capabilities will be de-
signed based on the feedback of the user communities. Refer to Section 5.0 on existing and po-
tential updating capabilities.
2.2.1	Cataloging Unit Boundaries
The cataloging units were created by USGS at a scale of 1:2,000,000. As such, there will be errors
in the boundary edges when compared to the accuracy of the DLG traces. Any DLG trace which
has an endpoint within the CU boundary is available for inclusion into that CU. These DLG
segments will be displayed in all CUs containing the end points and can be selectively included in
the individual CU's network. Therefore, many boundary discrepancies will not adversely affect the
final RF3.
2.2.2	DLG Data
Many of the irregularities in the DLG datasets are associated with the differences between individual
7.5 minute quad sheets. Geographic areas associated with each quad sheet were digitized differently.
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Rime of the identifications codes were not consistently assigned from sheet to sheet. In addition,
ap edges did not always meet, causing a disconnection in the network. In some cases, lines close
to map edges were missing or duplicated.
Age of the DLG maps played a part in the discrepancies between DLG and the RF2 information.
Streams in RF2 are now reservoirs, obviously changing the hydrography and the hydrologic pat-
terns.
2.2.3	GNIS Data
The GNIS database is limited. Even with 400,000 named hydrographic elements, this equates to
an average of only seven named features on each 7.5 minute quad sheet. Therefore, not every DLG
or even RF2 reach could be named directly from the GNIS information. Many contiguous rivers
and streams are named but many of the small creeks and ponds are left unnamed.
2.2.4	Absence of Underground Connections
All of the information that has been used to date is related to a SURFACE feature. As such, any
underground connections, such as natural underground streams or manmade pipelines are not in
the original datasets. Some of the obvious connections were added during the RF3 conversion
process but local experience will be required to add the remaining underground connections.
2.2.5	RF2 and RF1 Limitations
RF1 had a precision rating of 500 feet and accuracy based on 1:500,000 scale maps. It had 68,000
reaches and 30,000 named features. Comparing this accuracy and quantity to the DLG information
ay lead to discrepancies and could change some of the hydrographic sequencing. Provisions for
kh reseguencing without changing reach numbers is included in the design of the Reach File.
F2 doubled the size of the RF1 dataset. GNIS was used to create the new tributaries. The fol-
lowing parameters/limitations were included in the RF2 update scheme:
1.	Any GNIS stream that did not appear to be tributaries to RF1 reaches, were not added. If a
GNIS stream was tributary to streams not in the RF1, it was not added.
2.	Any stream not in the GNIS was not available for adding to RF2.
3.	RF2 limited the added streams to those over 3 miles in length and more than 0.5 miles from
an existing RF1 junction. Also, if two GNIS streams appeared to be tributaries to RF1 and
were within 0.5 miles of each other, only the longer of the two was added. These restrictions
were necessary to avoid the problems with determining which stream is a tributary to which
stream.
4.	Lakes, reservoirs, etc. that are in GNIS were not added to the Reach File.
5.	The RF2 update did not perform an update on names of existing reaches. In particular, the
unnamed streams in the Reach File (i.e. "*A") were not updated.
6.	The actual update used only the lat/long coordinates in the structure file. However, the
milepoint breakins were computed using the complete trace record so that the reach milepoints
are consistent with the full trace file.
7.	The resulting RF2 contains limited trace data, with lat/long coordinates at reach endpoints and
every 7 to 8 miles in between.
^3 Summary
Wk RF3 is highly detailed and, over the entire U.S. and its territories, is extremely accurate. Some
discrepancies will occur at the CU level, but most of these can be traced back to the original datasets
rather than any of three Reach Files or update procedures.
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The PC Reach File (PCRF) is being used as the primary software tool for performing the overlay
and the upgrading of RF2 to RF3. PCRF has been greatly enhanced to implement the overlay
process. These enhancements include the following:
	The ability to accommodate the DLG data structures.
	On-screen interactive editing of DLG data as needed.
	Techniques to speed up display handling.
	Automated networking of DLG data (including rule-based expert system procedures).
	Transaction log processing of the editing and overly procedures.
	Automated overlay of GNIS names.
	Upload/download using 3270 data transfer techniques, retaining mainframe binary coded data
format.
3.1 Overview of the RF3 Update Process
The RF2-to-RF3 update is a 5-step process:
1.	Extract and download to a PC the DLG, RF2, CU boundary, and GNIS databases from the
NCC mainframe on a Cataloging Unit (CU) basis.
This process has been streamlined and data compaction techniques have been implemented to
improve efficiency. Automated data transfer procedures using IBM 3270 protocols (e.g. binary
coded data which includes complete data checking) greatly reduce the human intervention
factor.
2.	For each CU, use PCRF to hydrologically network the DLG data.
This process defines the RF3 reaches in a hydrologic network; the building of this network is
supervised by an analyst. PCRF will automatically connect lines at map edges, and traverse
through wide rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. PCRF graphically displays the networking as it takes
place so that problems can be spotted and corrected through manual techniques. The network
data are saved for further processing.
Manual intervention by a hydrologist or trained technician is usually required to completely
network a CU. The types of manual interventions include:
a.	marking divergent junctions,
b.	edit DLG endpoints to properly connect the network,
c.	override some line types generally not networked, such as ditches and canals.
Any DLG lines not in the network are still included in RF3 and are given valid and unique
reach numbers. This provides for complete reach indexing and will allow for easier and con-
sistent future updates when the capabilities are available.
This networking is the most labor-intensive part of the RF3 update process. PCRF is con-
tinually being made "smarter" to reduce the need for manual intervention. When a situation
that requires manual intervention can be translated into a set of specific rules, a networking
algorithm is designed and included in the PCRF automated process. The software is now able
to correctly identify and resolve between 97 and 99 percent of the disjointed lines, nodes and
attributes which occur within the DLG data.
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Overlay the RF2 onto the DLG network.
The overlay transfers the essential RF2 data elements to the DLG network. These data ele-
ments include the Reach Number (cataloging unit plus segment number plus mileage point,
a.k.a. CU-SEG/MI), Reach Names and Name Codes, Hydrologic Sequence Numbers, stream
levels, and Reach connectivities. The inter-CU reach connectively is of particular importance.
4.	Overlay the GNIS names onto the DLG network.
This is similar to the RF2 overlay, except that it is performed on a named feature-by-named
feature basis. This process has been streamlined to permit automated overlay techniques.
5.	Produce final RF3 database.
The previous four steps build the data elements that make up most of the RF3 records. This
final step performs cross-checks for internal data element consistency, builds some of the data
elements to be in RF3 format, and outputs the actual RF3 records.
This step has many QA/QC procedures for extensive quality control. Manual intervention
has been made easy with display options and RF3 listings.
6.	Transfer RF3 data back to the EPA NCC mainframe.
The resulting RF3 network structure is transferred back to the mainframe. Only the structure
file is transferred: all trace information still resides on the mainframe and was not changed
during the building process. The final RF3 structure files are then loaded into an integrated
VSAM environment for use in the RF3 applications.
2 Quality Assurance/Quality Control
re quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) aspects of the RF3 upgrade are of paramount im-
portance. All efforts are taken to ensure high quality. All software operations are under technical
supervision of hydrologists or trained technicians with interactive graphical display of the upgrade
process. Of particular importance in the QA/QC are:
1.	Accurate reflection of the hydrology of the CU as depicted by the USGS hydrologic unit map,
2.	compatibility of the RF3 reach numbers with RF1 and RF2 reach numbers,
3.	consistency of reach connectivity, and
4.	hydrologic routing, especially concerning open waters and divergences.
Transaction log processing has been added to PCRF. For each CU, PCRF maintains a transaction
log of all manual operations performed in the 5-step update process. PCRF can then re-create the
manual operations using the transaction log. Transaction log processing is common in financial
systems and serves as a backup as well as a QA/QC review tool.
3.3 Open Waters
Open waters are made up of all DLG elements which are not single line streams. Open waters in-
clude lakes, reservoirs, ponds, and wide rivers. Anything that is described by more than a single line
and is, by convention, a closed polygon, is then considered an RF3 open waters element.
The hydrologic routing assignments of open waters in RF3 has changed considerably from RF2.
RF2 has 'shoreline' reaches, which represent the physical layout of the open waters, and artificial
tsport* reaches, which represent the hydrologic routing through the open waters. The concept
stinct and separate transport and shoreline reaches has not been employed in RF3. The
line reach numbers of RF2 have not been used in RF3. Instead, the RF2 transport reach
>ers are assigned to the appropriate DLG shoreline trace. In essence, the open water reach
now has a transport component (or transport path) and a trace record (or shoreline path) of the	^ sr^
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Figure 1 shows two typical open waters configurations, one a typical lake and the other a typical
wide river. The shoreline trace is the actual shoreline from DLG. The user can traverse the
shoreline in several ways: right bank separately, left bank separately, or complete shoreline in a
counter-clockwise direction.
KET
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I*  Transport Path
LAKE
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Figure I. OPEN WATERS CONFIGURATION.
The transport path is handled slightly differently from the shoreline trace in order to maintain
one-dimensional modeling capabilities. The transport path is defined between the lat/long
endpoints of each reach, as shown by the straight lines between the reaches in Figure 1. The
shoreline path is the actual trace of the reach.
Two-dimensional modeling of open waters is a future application which requires much more de-
tailed description of the open waters. It is not intended to be a function that resides in the per-
manent RF3 database. However, the current RF3 configuration supports the basis of
two-dimensional modeling by the traversing mechanisms of right bank/left bank. In other words,
two-dimensional modeling of RF3 will be supportable using software only without the need for	^
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fc./ Lakes, Reservoirs, etc.
Tt is important to understand the implications of the transport path versus the shoreline trace. It
is critical for hydrographic database retrievals, modeling applications, and assignments of discharge
points or monitoring locations. The RF3 is ready for one-dimensional modeling now. Open wa-
ters such as lakes should be evaluated at the downstream point only (lake outflow) and not at
intermediate points within the lake. A mass- balance type of modeling should be used under these
circumstances.
The reader should take note that the DAMS database, which is linked with the RF2 reach numbers,
has been structured to provide information necessary for lake and reservoir analyses. By combining
DAMS with RF3, complete two- dimensional modeling of open waters will be possible.
Assignments of all water quality stations, discharge points or other gaging stations or locations
within a lake or reservoir should use the closest matching shoreline trace. Future two-dimensional
modeling will require the use of the lat/long coordinates to properly place the location within the
open waters. The shoreline assignments will be ready for the two-dimensional applications.
3.3.2 Wide Rivers
The generic structure within RF3 for lakes and wide rivers is essentially the same. The differences
between lakes and wide rivers are apparent during the application of modeling and routing tech-
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3.5.2	Special Techniques for Braided Streams
Braided streams are unique hydrographic elements within the RF3 environment. Since the basic
structure of RF3 is dendritic, the individual, smaller components of braided streams do not lit
'nicely' within this structure because braided stream networks have characteristics of changes in
flow directions and changes in the actual channel locations. However, the GENERAL braided
stream structure does fit within the RF3 structure: there are definitive inflow reaches and a single
outflow reach. Therefore, hydrologic routing between the inflow reaches and the outflow reach is
accomodated within RF3.
The PCRF software identifies the outer boundaries around the braiding. All individual compo-
nents are given reach numbers but the hydrologic transport is maintained in the boundary reaches,
not the internal braided reaches. Detailed routing within braided streams is under consideration for
future implementation.
3.5.3	Other Complex Hydrology
Other complex hydrology issues are arising from the greater detail of the DLG information. Figure
2 shows several examples of hydrologic sequencing changes which are occurring with the greater
details. Both of these indicate a change in the sequencing and level assignments since the down-
stream connections have been changed. The PCRF software now identifies these occurences and
performs the re sequencing and the releveling of all upstream reaches.
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The purpose of this section is to provide a set of descriptive definitions of discrepancies that will
remain within the RF3 after the update and quality control procedures are completed. Sample
discrepancies are presented with possible procedures for correcting the discrepancies. These update
procedures will be finalized based upon feedback by the user communities.
4.1	Error Descriptions and Correction Techniques
4.1.1 Cataloging Unit Boundaries
The errors in the CU boundaries will manifest themselves as the following discrepancies within RF3
(refer to Figure 3 for a graphical representation of these descriptions):
Example A. Some DLG lines at the boundaries will not appear in the CU due to the inac-
curacy of the CU boundary.
Example B. Some new CU connectivities will be needed.
Example C. Miscellaneous pieces of headwater streams may be missed.
Examples D and E. Miscellaneous pieces will be unconnected within CU.
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Figure 3. CU BOUNDARY DISCREPANCIES.
All of the reaches in Examples D and E will be given numbers for this CU. The reaches in Ex-
amples A and C will not be associated with this CU. The reaches in Example E will be connected
together and networked to each other for ease of updating in the future. Reaches in Example D
will remain unconnected and unnetworked. Example B requires manual reassignment during the
QA/QC procedures.
The correction of all of these will require a simple manual effort of 'snapping" onto the units from
the correct CU. All of these will require the viewing of multiple CUs at the same time. Then,
boundary irregularities can be viewed and the appropriate hydrographic connections can be made.
4.1.2 DLG Data
digitization process of the original DLG data created an endpoint at every intersection, in-
ding roads and map edges as well as stream connections. These contiguous DLG lines needed
to be combined together as a single lines. Also, contiguous maps did not always maintain the same
code assignments to connecting lines. For example, one map was digitized with a wide river and
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the continuing segment on the adjoining map was digitized as a single line stream. The irregularities
in the DLG data will manifest themselves as the following discrepancies within RF3:
1.	Mis-matched line endpoints
2.	Changes/differences in line attribute coding
3.	Lines stopping at map edges: other map does not have same feature
4.	Differences due to age of base map, i.e. reservoir now where once was a stream
5.	Lines along map edges missing or duplicated.
Many of these irregularities are identified and tagged during the creation of the DLG network in
Step 2. Other irregularities will be caught during the building of the RF3 database. However, there
will be some that do not get corrected. These will formulate themselves as similar problems to the
CU boundary examples given in the above section: lines will be unconnected and/or in the wrong
CU. The priority is the network development.
4.1.3	Hydrologic Network
As the DLG is made into a network, the building of the network is stopped at points where dis-
continuity occurs. This requires manual interfacing and correction. The irregularities in the
hydrologic network will manifest themselves as the following discrepancies within RF3:
1.	Key piece connecting portions of newtork is missing; usually added during DLG network
production. Frequently, but not always, at map edges.
2.	Coastlines are major efforts. Very complex hydrology does not meet the normal reach file
dendritic drainage patterns. Braided streams in conjunction with multiple divergences are oc-
curring which require a large amount of manual intervention.
3.	Multiple interconnecting waterways are a problem. Uncertainty of the flow pattern could have
serious repurcussions on the structure.
4.	Divergences are more prevelant than anticipated. Many are tagged with the software but this
still requires a manual override.
5.	Many closed polygons are identified as "inconclusive." They may be open waters or islands.
Many of the open waters are not connected to the network. Most of these will require local
knowledge to ascertain the true connections, if they exist.
Most of these problems will be fixed in the final RF3. The automatic updates surrounding some
of these issues will be complex. For example, if an apparent headwater stream is actually a diver-
gence canal, much of the hydrologic sequencing will require changes. The update software will have
to recognize and alter the established sequencing, routing and level assignments.
4.1.4	RF1/RF2 Overlay
In general, the overlay of the RF1 and RF2 information onto the new DLG network is working
exceptionally well. There are two cases when this overlay requires manual intervention:
	the hydrology is radically different in the DLG than was represented in RF1 and RF2,
	conversion of open waters existing within RF1 and RF2.
When the hydrology is different, the RF1/RF2 connections are not always the same, requireing
intervention. When converting open waters, the changes in the open water transport methodology
may require intervention. RF1/RF2 open waters can also be radically different hydrology, again
requiring intervention.
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^2 RF3 Reporting Scenario
The user community will need to know the reliability of the RF3 data and the specific reaches
which are not connected. Several reporting capabilities are currently available to the community
and several others are proposed.
4.2.1 Existing Reporting
Since the building of RF3 is in the production mode, more and more CUs will become available
as time goes on. The user can use the software provided by the MDDM interactive procedures on
the NCC mainframe to display a state. All completed CUs will be displayed in red. Other reporting
techniques will be created as demand requires.
The Reach File Management System (RFMS) on the NCC mainframe has the capability to create
three directory reports. These are ordered by reach number (CU-SEG/MI), by feature name, and
by hydrologic sequencing. Each of these reports now works with the RF3 file. These reports are
almost identical to the RF1 and RF2 directories.
The key to evaluating the reports is the separation of Connected reaches from Unconnected reaches.
The report begins with all Connected reaches. At the end of each report is list of the Unconnected
reaches. These reports can be used immediately by the user community on the RF3 "sampler"
CUs.
Prototype mapping of RF3 is also available. The MDDM has been modified to access the RF3
database. Ad hoc generation of STORET "auxfiles' has been used successfully to map the RF3
database. Refer to Section 5.3.2 of this memorandum for further discussion.
J.2.2 Future Reporting
Bice each CU has completed the QA/QC procedures, a summary report will be provided. This
report will contain the following information:
A.	Total numbers of DLG reaches, RF2 reaches and RF1 reaches
B.	Total number and percent of DLG reaches not connected
C.	Total number and percent of RF2 reaches not connected to RF3 reaches
D.	Listings/graphical representation of connected/unconnected features.
It may also be useful to provide similar summaries for items A through D on a state and regional
basis.
4.3 Criteria for Updating RF3
Once the user community has a chance to evaluate the RF3 "samplers' and, as available, the final
RF3 database, we will expect feedback on the types of updating capabilities required by each
community. From this feedback, criteria will be established to allow for a prioritization of the
potential update procedures and capabilities.
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Since RF3 is an integrated national database, implications of modifying information are far reach-
ing. Policies and procedures must be put in place with appropriate quality control and security.
Each EPA Region will have a Reach File Adminstator who will be responsible for many of the
follwoing procedures: operations, QA/QC, training, etc. Users who will be doing modifications
must be very limited in numbers (i.e. one per state and one per region) and must be properly trained
with specfic quality control procedures. The most important criteria are:
1.	modification procedures must meet current quality control standards to maintain overall da-
tabase integrity;
2.	updates must be done on the most current version of the database;
3.	two users cannot be simultaneously updating the same CU; and
4.	procedures for keeping the master mainframe database current with localized modifications
must be established.
Before expanding upon the technical issues of updating the RF3, an important concept must be
presented: upDATE versus upGRADE. An upDATE to the RF3 will be a minor change in the
information which does not impact the basic structure of the RF3. An upGRADE will require
changes in:
	levels
	connectivity
	contiguous named features
	sequencing
The upGRADE type of changes would coincide with major additions to the network, changes in
flow direction, additions of divergences, or changing from a stream to an open water. Each of these
would require structure changes to RF3 that could be considerable and have an impact on other
databases which use the RF3 structure.
Updates would have little impact on the RF3 and could be done on many platforms: NCC
mainframe, PCs, or Arclnfo (GIS-type). The upgrades would require a "rebuilding* of RF3 in
order to perform the appropriate assignments of levels, sequence numbers, complement reaches,
etc. This upgrade could use data from the same types of platforms, but the integration into the
RF3 would require use of the PCRF upgrade software, or a program with equivalent functionary.
Current procedures exist within the PCRF software to create the RF3 by upgrading RF2 with
DLG and GNIS information. Other update procedures have been identified in the above para-
graphs. However, even when all of the updating software is made available, the critical component
comes down to the responsible agency: who will be responsible for the updates and upgrades.
Additionally, any updates done by individual agencies need to be made available to all of the other
user communities, particularly and most importantly to the RF3 database itself. Finally, ramifica-
tions of updating procedures must be evaluated to determine the best way to manage the multiple
access and updates to the RF3.
5.1 Existing Capabilities
The only update capabilities which currently exist reside in the PCRF software. PCRF is being
used to upgrade RF1/RF2 to RF3. The PCRF can be modified for use by the general user com-
munities to provide similar capabilities currently used for the creation of the DLG network.
However, feedback from the user communities is required prior to establishing the list of modifi-	^
cations.
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5.2.1 Providing Updates back to EPA
It will be essential that all updates done on a local level (i.e. not done on the NCC mainframe) be
transferred back to the RF3 on the mainframe. Without this procedure established upfront, no user
community can be confident that the information is the most up to date and reliable.
5.2.2 Anticipated Types of Updates
There are three impact levels of updates anticipated for RF3:
1.	Changes on individual reaches which do not impact any other reach
2.	Changes which require minor modifications to other reaches
3.	Changes to reaches/connections which have major impacts on the rest of the RF3
The first level would include individual reach name change or attribute change. These changes
would impact only the individual reach. However, a name change on this level would have to meet
some restrictions so as not to impact other connections. The 'alternate name' field may be more
appropriate to use rather than changing the original name of the reach.
The second level of changes would have minor impacts on other reaches. These types of changes
include connecting/disconnecting individual reaches to/from RF3, adding a completely new reach
(modifying open waters. Each of these would impact several other reaches but in general would
| cause changes in levels or sequence numbers. A new reach would also impact the trace file:
ew trace for each reach would need to be added or the reach would never be drawn. Open waters
will be slightly more complex, but would still only impact a few selected reaches.
The third level of changes would have major impacts on the RF3. Basic structure changes would
occur, causing the entire CU (or even connecting Clls) to require rebuilding. Sequence numbers,
levels, and connectivity for the immediate reach as well as the rest of RF3 would require changes.
These types of modifications will be best handled by 'recreating' the RF3 with the PCRF software
already in place with many levels of QA/QC control. Such changes include: rearranging reach
levels; replacing a stream with an open water; extensive additions; changing flow direction, or
overlaying names on major rivers/reaches.
5.3.1 Mainframe Software
By creating update software on the mainframe, all of the criteria detailed at the beginning of this
section will be satisfied. Users will be automatically working on the most up-to-date database; users
will be locked out of CUs being updated by another; and updates will be performed on the
mainframe, thus assuring database integrity.
The MDDM software system on the NCC mainframe currently provides graphical display and re-
lations of DLG and RF3 to other databases. Benefits behind building the update procedures
through the MDDM access are:
1.	Immediate access to the other databases
2.	Ability to manipulate large quantities of information
Graphics displays and hardcopies are available in the highest quality
It is suggested that an enhancement to the MDDM software be evaluated for cost-effectiveness in
providing the support for the first and second levels of updates described in the above paragraphs.
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5.3.2	PC-based Software
We suggest that the third level of changes be done in a PCRF "rebuild" mode of operation. First,
the RF3 would be reduced into a DLG trace file, similar in structure to the DLG and a database
file, which would be used to maintain the RF3 numbering structure. Second, the responsible
agency would make changes to the new DLG data and return it to headquarters for final processing.
Third, headquarters would use the original RF3 database and the updated DLG trace file to recreate
the RF3, maintaining all of the original reach numbers and building the new connectivity and
structure.
The current PCRF software has many update capabilites which are a part of the total upgrade
procedure. The capabilities inlcude creating connecting reaches, "snapping" to unconnected re-
aches, delting duplicate lines, and changin a reach's connection. The software is geared toward an
upgrade production environment and will need modification in order to be usable by the general
user communities. This software could potentially handle all three of the change levels which were
described in the above paragraphs.
5.3.3	Original Data sets such as CU boundaries
Discrepancies between the CU boundaries and the DLG data are resulting in reaches not being
connected and not being located within the correct CU. (refer to Section 4.1 for more descriptions)
The current PCRF upgrade software will support the "snapping' of reaches from different CUs or
the "exporting" of the reaches to the proper CU. Neither of these methods has any impact on the
actual CU boundary designation. Until updated CU boundaries are available, it may be easier and
more cost effective to continue to connect or export the reaches using the PCRF upgrade software.
5.3.4	GIS Environments - Arclnfo Community
GIS users, such as the Arclnfo community, have the support of strong graphics software. The
ability of this type of user community to adjust reach traces and connections is noteworthy. The
questions begin to arise as to the compatibility of data between RF3 and the GIS software. Some
of the issues are standard such as getting the updated files back to RF3 on the mainframe. These
are addressed in the next section.
The basic idea was described in the third level of changes: let the Arclnfo/'GIS communities have
access to the trace file, in a format similar to the original DLG data. Once changes have been
completed, headquarters would be responsible to rebuild the RF3 from the updated trace file. This
should go smoothly and would alleviate part of the problem of responsibility and database integrity.
5.4 Summary
A means must be established to protect the user communities from utilizing information which is
not the latest version. In other words, accessing a particular CU which is in an "update" procedure
could give erroneous information to the user. This is particularly true for those updates which will
be performed away from the mainframe on PCs or through an Arclnfo product.
A procedure will be required to monitor these types of transactions. Each state or region may be
responsible for maintaining an accurate tracking of the CUs under enhancement and will be re-
quired to notify the responsible entity at EPA headquarters.
Reach File version 3 will be available and usable by the user communities in 1990 for those regions
participating in the upgrade program. Access of RF3 by the existing RF1/RF2 integrated databases
continues to be designed and implemented. RF3 applications are under active development.
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MANAGER (MDDM) USER'S GUIDE
March 21 si, 1991
Timothy R. Bondelid
Paul C. Eggers
Kim C. Hart
Horizon Systems Corporation
423 Carlisle Drive
Herndon, Virginia 22070
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Preface
This software is being developed by Horizon Systems Corp., Herndon, Virginia for the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency (EPA) under contract number 6&-C9-0013. The EPA Work As-
signment Manager is Phillip Taylor, Assessment and Watershed Protection Division. MDDM user
support is available from Tim Bondelid at Horizon Systems (703)471-0480.
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1.	INTRODUCTION 	 1
1.1	Purpose of the MDDM Software 	 1
1.2	Organization of the User's Guide 	 1
2.	EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS	2
2.1	Hardware 	 2
2.2	Pointing Device 	 2
3.	STARTING MDDM 	3
3.1	Mode 1 Entry 		3
3.2	Mode 2 Entry 		5
3.3	Exit Command 		6
4.	STATE MAP DISPLAY 	7
4.1	Exit Command  	 8
4.2	Display United States Map Command < PF4 > 	 8
4.3	Display Cities Command < PF6 > 	 8
4.4	Display Catalog Unit (CU) Boundaries Command < PF8 > 	 9
4.5	Display 7.5 Minute Grid Command  	 10
4.6	Display 15 Minute Grid Command  	 11
4.7	Display 30 Minute Grid Command < PF11 > 	 12
4.8	Display 1-Degree Grid Command  	 13
5.	WATER MAP DISPLAY 		15
5.1	Water Map Colors 		16
5.2	Save Map and Reports Command < PF2> 		17
5.3	Exit Command  		17
5.4	Main Menu Command  		17
5.5	Shift Map Command  		17
5.6	Enable Pick Command  		17
5.7	Display 7.5 Grid Command  		17
5.8	Display Streams  		17
5.9	Display Lakes Command  		18
5.10	Display Shoreline Command  		18
5.11	Display Right and Left Banks (R-L Banks) Command  		18
5.12	Display Rapids and/or Falls Command  		18
5.13	Display Other Hydrologic Features Command  		18
5.14	Display Stations Command  		18
5.15	Display Dischargers Command  		19
5.16	Display ID Numbers Command  		19
6.	SAVE MAP AND REPORT FUNCTION 		21
6.1	Maps 		21
6.2	Reports 		21
6.3	Saving the Map and Reports Command < PF2> 		21
6.4	Printing and/or Deleting the Map and Reports 		22
7. GDDM FUNCTIONS 	 27
7.1 Accessing GDDM 	 27
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7.2	No Menu Command  			28
7.3	Center Command  		28
7.4	End Command  		29
7.5	Output Command  		29
7.6	Zoom In Command  		30
7.7	Zoom Out Command  		31
7.8	Draft Draw Command < PF8 > 		31
7.9	Return Command  		31
7.10	Reset Command  		31
Index 	 32
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Figure 1. Data Input Screen	4
Figure 2. United States Map		 6
Figure 3. State Map	 7
Figure 4. Display Cities Command 	 8
Figure 5. Display CU Boundaries Command < PF8 >	9
Figure 6. Display 7.5 Minute Grid Command 	 10
Figure 7. Display 15 Minute Grid Command 	 11
Figure 8. Display 30 Minute Grid Command < PF11 >	 12
Figure 9. Display 1-Degree Grid Command 	 14
Figure 10. Water Map	 16
Figure 11. Display ID Numbers Command  	 20
Figure 12. Water Map with the Save Map Prompt	 22
Figure 13. Printing and/or Deleting Prompt Screen	 23
Figure 14. MDDM Map and Report Utility screen 	 24
Figure 15. Delete Confirmation Screen	 25
Figure 16. Printing Output Screen	 26
Figure 17. GDDM Menu	 28
Figure 18. GDDM Output Menu	 29
Figure 19. Zoom In Command 	 30
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Purpose of the MDDM Software
The Mapping and Data Display Manager (MDDM) is an interactive system that provides access
to and use of various databases including the entire 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph (DLG) da-
tabase. The program allows users to display full color maps with detailed graphics of streams, lakes,
shorelines, and other hydrologic features for specific areas selected by the user. The system also
offers advanced function printing of the maps in black and white.
The graphical data displayed in MDDM is from the Reach File version RF3 using DLG to display
the map features. MDDM is part of the Water Quality Analysis Branch (WQAB) family and initial
entry to MDDM is gained through WQAB. Currently, MDDM accesses the STORET water
quality files, Municipal/Industrial Facility Discharge (IFD) file and the City (CITY) file. In the
future, it will also interact with the DAMS file, the Drinking Water Supplies (DRINKS) file and
the Stream Gage/Flow (GAGE) file.
MDDM permits the user to control the map selected and the features displayed on the map. The
user can produce maps by Cataloging Unit (CU), latitude and longitude coordinates, city and state,
or water quality agency and station. Different map sizes can be selected varying from 7.5 minutes
to 1-degree. Once the map for an area is created, the user controls what features are displayed on
the map. Streams, lakes, shorelines, right and left banks of wide rivers, rapids and falls, water
quality stations and dischargers can all be displayed. MDDM can also be used to obtain specific
information about water quality stations and dischargers appearing on the map.
The user can access IBM's Graphical Data Display Manager (GDDM) through MDDM. Features
of GDDM allow the user to enlarge or reduce sections of any map to show specific details or a
generalized view of the map. GDDM also permits the user to print, plot, or save the map dis-
played.
MDDM is evolving based on user feedback and requirements. Continuous enhancements to
MDDM are currently being developed. These enhancements will be periodically updated in the
documentation.
7.2 Organization of the Use/s Guide
Section 2 of the User's Guide describes the equipment necessary for MDDM and Section 3 explains
how to start the MDDM program. Section 4 describes the State Map Display functions and pro-
vides instructions on the use of MDDM commands as does Section 5 for the Water Map Display.
Section 6 discusses the Save Map and Report functions and explains the procedure for printing and
deleting save files. Finally, Section 7 explains the functions and commands of GDDM.
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2. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
2.1 Hardware
MDDM must be run on an IBM graphics terminal (i.e. 3179, 3179G, 3270 PC-AT/G, 3270
PC-AT/GX, or a PC that has been upgraded to the 3270 emulation and APA graphics). There
are no specific RAM, hard disk, or monitor requirements needed to run MDDM, although the 3270
emulation and APA graphics software may have requirements. Refer to those software packages
for hardware specifications.
2.2 Pointing Device
A mouse or digitizing tablet is recommended to use with the MDDM software, but is not essential.
The arrow keys on the keyboard can be used if a mouse or tablet is not available. I lowever, the
results obtained by using the arrow keys may not be as accurate as the results obtained from using
a mouse or a digitizing tablet. The term "pointing device' in this guide refers to either a mouse, a
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3. STARTING MDDM
Initial access to MDDM is gained by accessing the Water Quality Analysis Branch (WQAB) sys-
tem. WQAB can be accessed from either the TSO 'READY' prompt or from SPF Option '6*.
The user must type WQAB MDDM and press the < ENTER > key. An initial screen will prompt
the user to begin by using one of two modes of entry. The user may also exit from the initial screen
by typing X and pressing the < ENTER > key.
3.1 Mode 1 Entry
Mode 1 or the default mode can be accessed by pressing the < ENTER > key or by typing E and
then pressing the < ENTER > key. This mode is for the user who already has a Cataloging Unit
(CU) number, latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast comer, a city and state, or a water
quality agency and station for the water map desired.
After the < ENTER > key is pressed a data input screen will appear (Figure 1). The user can enter
either the CU number, the latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast comer, the city and
state, or the agency and station for the map required. When the latitude and longitude coordinates
of the southeast comer, the city and state, or the agency and station are entered, the user may
override the map size; the default map size is 7.5 minutes.
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Figure I. Data Input Screen.
Cataloging Unit (CU) Field
Any valid eight digit Cataloging Unit (CU) number may be entered. Press the < ENTER > key
after inputting the CU number and the water map (see Section 5) will be displayed.
Latitude and Longitude Coordinates Field
The latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast comer must be entered in degrees, minutes,
and seconds (DDMMSS) format. Valid minute and second (MMSS) values are "0000", "0730',
"1500", "2230", "3000", '3730', "4500" and "5230." Press the < ENTER > key after inputting the
latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast corner and the map size. The water map (see
Section 5) for the latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast comer will be displayed.
City and State Field
l\ny valid city and state may be entered. The city must be input with the exact spelling and the
state must be abbreviated. Press the < ENTER > key after inputting the city and state and the
map size. The water map (see Section 5) for the city and state will be displayed.
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Agency and Station Field
Any valid water quality agency and station may be entered. Press the < ENTER > key alter in-
putting the agency and station and the map size. The water map (see Section 5) for the agency and
station will be displayed.
Map Size Field
The user must enter the map size desired when the latitude and longitude coordinates of the
southeast comer, city and state, or agency and station are entered, otherwise the default will be 7.5
minutes. Valid values for map size are '7.5* (7.5 minutes), *015' (15 minutes), "030" (30 minutes)
and "001* (1-degree).
3.2 Mode 2 Entry
The second entry mode is accessed by typing US and pressing the < ENTER > key. A map of the
continental United States (Figure 2) will be displayed with all the states abbreviated. The user can
select a state with a pointing device and a map of the state (see Section 4) selected will appear.
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Figure 2. United States Map.
Another way to enter Mode 2 is to type the state abbreviation for the state of choice and press the
< ENTER > key. A map of the selected state (see Section 4) will be displayed. This entry by-
passes the map of the United States.
3.3 Exit Command
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4. STATE MAP DISPLAY
The state map display (Figure 3) can be used to identify CU boundaries and numbers as well as
cities within the state. Latitude and longitude coordinates for desired points can be obtained using
the 7.5, 15, 30 or 60 minute grid commands. By using a pointing device, the user can display a
detailed water map (see Section 5) for a particular CU, a latitude and longitude coordinate, or a city
and state.
KENTUCKY
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, 4.1 Exit Command < PF3 >
Pressing the < PF3 > key will exit the program at anytime.
4.2 Display United States Map Command < PF4 >
Pressing the < PF4 > key will display the continental United States map.
4.3 Display Cities Command < PF6 >
Pressing the  key will display asterisks (*) where all cities within the state are located
(Figure 4). The pointing device can be used to select an asterisk and the city name will be displayed.
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4.4 Display Catalog Unit (CU) Boundaries Command

Pressing the < PF8 > key will display the CU boundaries and numbers within the state (Figure 5).
Pressing the < PF8 > key again will remove the CU boundaries and numbers.
KENTUCKY"
0 2 0 1
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<	8 > CU BNOS < 9 > 7 5 CRO  15 GRD  JO CO < I 2 > I - OEi :P0
Figure S. Display CU Boundaries Command < PF8 > .
Displaying Water Map
To display the water map for a particular CU use the pointing device to select the CU. Note that
the pointer or cursor must be on the CU number desired.
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4.5 Display 7.5 Minute Grid Command < PF9 >
Pressing the < PF9 > key will display a screen with a 7.5 minute grid over the state map (Figure
6). This screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a specific point,
access the water map for that point, or return to the state map.
KENTUCKY
Figure 6. Display 7.5 Minute Grid Command .
Displaying Latitude and Longitude Coordinates
The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen.
Display Water Map Command < PFI >
(Pressing the < PFI > key will display the water map (see Section 5) for the latitude and longitude
coordinates selected.
Display State Map Command < PF24 >
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Pressing the < PF24> key will return to the state map without the grid.
4.6 Display 15 Minute Grid Command < PF10 >
Pressing the < PF10> key will display a screen with a 15 minute grid over the state map (Figure
7). This screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a specific point,
access the water map for that point, or return to the state map.
KENTUCKY",
USE
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Figure 7. Display IS Minute Grid Command .
Displaying Latitude and Longitude Coordinates
The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen.
Display Water Map Command < PF1 >
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Pressing the < PF1 > key will display the water map (see Section 5) for the latitude and longitude
coordinates selected.
Display State Map Command < PF24 >
Pressing the < PF24 > key will return to the state map without the grid.
4.7 Display 30 Minute Grid Command < PF11 >
Pressing the < PF11 > key will display a screen with a 30 minute grid over the state map (Figure
8). This screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a specific point,
access the water map for that point, or return to the state map.
KENTUCKY
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The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen.
Display Water Map Command < PFI >
Pressing the < PFI > key will display the water map (see Section 5) for the latitude and longitude
coordinates selected.
Display State Map Command < PF24 >
Pressing the < PF24 > key will return to the state map without the grid.
4.8 Display 1-Degree Grid Command < PF12 >
Pressing the < PF12> key will display a screen with a 1-degree or 60 minute grid over the state
map (Figure 9). This screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a
specific point, access the water map for that point, or return to the state map.
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Figure 9. Display 1-Degree Grid Command .
Displaying Latitude and Longitude Coordinates
The pointing device can be usee to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen.
Display Water Map Command < PFI >
Pressing the < PFI > key will display the water map (see Section 5) for the latitude and longitude
coordinates selected.
Display State Map Command < PF24 >
Pressing the < PF24> key will return to the state map without the grid.
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5. WATER MAP DISPLAY
The water map (Figure 10) displays detailed graphics of streams, lakes, shorelines, right and left
banks of wide rivers, and rapids and falls within the boundaries of the map. The user controls what
features are displayed and what features are not displayed by using the < PF > keys. Water quality
stations and dischargers can also be displayed, although, stations are not available for maps greater
than 15 minutes in size or CU maps. The user can obtain information about specific stations and
dischargers displayed on the map by using a pointing device.
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5./ Water Map Colors
The water map uses color to distinguish different features displayed on the screen. The legend to
the left of the map indicates available options by using a "YES' or 'NO' indicator next to each
option (see Figure 10). The "YES' and "NO' option indicators are color coded to identify the
streams, lakes, shorelines, right and left banks, rapids and falls, other hydrologic features, water
quality stations and dischargers on the map. The following is a list of the colors used for displaying
these features on the map screen.
MDDM DATA	DISPLAY COLOR
Streams
Cyan
Lakes
Blue
Shoreline
Red
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R/L Boundaries
Green
Rapids/Falls
Yellow
Others
White
Stations
Red
Dischargers
Green
5.2	Save Map and Reports Command < PF2 >
Pressing the < PF2> key will save the map displayed and reports that correspond to the map. See
Section 6 for instructions on the use of this command.
5.3	Exit Command < PF3 >
Pressing the < PF3 > key will exit the program at anytime.
5.4	Main Menu Command < PF4 >
Pressing the < PF4> key will return to the previous screen displayed.
5.5 Shift Map Command < PF5 >
Pressing the < PF5> key allows the user to shift the latitude and longitude map or city and state
map being displayed in any direction up to eight times. After the < PF5 > key is pressed, the user
must move the cursor to the field next to the Shift option and enter "U" (up), "D" (down), "R"
(right), or "L" (left) up to eight times depending on how the user wants the map to shift. Pressing
the < PF5 > key again will display the map for the new coordinates. A "N/A" indicator will appear
next to the Shift option if the map displayed is a CU map.
5.6 Enable Pick Command < PF6 >
Pressing the < PF6> key will enable the pointing device when stations  and/or
dischargers < PF20 > are displayed. The pointing device can then be used to select a water quality
station or discharger and information about the station or discharger will be displayed in the bottom
left hand corner of the screen. Press the < PF6 > key again to turn the pointing device off.
5.7 Display 7.5 Grid Command 
Pressing the < PF7 > key will display a 7.5 minute grid over a latitude and longitude map, a city
and state map, or a station and agency map if the map is greater in size than 7.5. Pressing the
< PF7 > key again will remove the 7.5 grid. A 'N/A* indicator will appear next to the Display 7.5
Grid option if the map is not greater than 7.5 or if it is a CU map.
5.8 Display Streams < PF13 >
Pressing the < PF13> key will turn on and off the display of streams on the map. A "YES" in-
dicator will appear next to the Streams option when the streams are displayed and a "NO" indicator ^	\
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will appear when the streams are not displayed. If the Streams option has an indicator of "NA",
this means there are no streams for the map and the < PF13 > key can not be turned on or off.
5.9 Display Lakes Command < PF14 >
Pressing the < PF14 > key will turn on and off the display of lakes on the map. A "YES" indicator
will appear next to the Lakes option when the lakes are displayed and a "NO" indicator will appear
when the lakes are not displayed. If the Lakes option has an indicator of "NA", this means there
are no lakes for the map and the < PF14 > key can not be turned on or off.
5.10	Display Shoreline Command 
Pressing the < PF15> key will turn on and off the display of shorelines on the map. A "YES"
indicator will appear next to the Shoreline option when the shorelines are displayed and a "NO*
indicator will appear when the shorelines are not displayed. If the Shoreline option has an indicator
of "NA", this means there are no shorelines for the map and the < PF15 > key can not be turned
on or off.
5.11	Display Right and Left Banks (R-L Banks)
Command < PF16 >
Pressing the < PF16> key will turn on and off the display of right and left banks (R-L Banks) of
wide rivers on the map. A "YES" indicator will appear next to the R-L Banks option when the
banks are displayed and a "NO" indicator will appear when they are not displayed. If the option
has an indicator of "NA", this means there are no R-L Banks of wide rivers for the map and the
< PF 16 > key can not be turned on or off.
5.12 Display Rapids andf or Falls Command 
Pressing the < PF 17 > key will turn on and off the display of rapids and/or falls on the map. A
"YES" indicator will appear next to the Rapids and/or Falls option when the rapids or falls are
displayed and a "NO" indicator will appear when they are not displayed. If the option has an in-
dicator of "NA", this means there are no rapids or falls for the map and the < PF17 > key can not
be turned on or off.
5.13 Display Other Hydrologic Features Command
< PF18 >
Pressing the < PF18> key will turn on and off the display of any other hydrologic features that
do not fit in the categories of streams, lakes, shorelines, right and left banks, or rapids and falls. A
"YES" indicator will appear next to the Others option when other hydrologic options are displayed
and a "NO" indicator will appear when they are not displayed. If the option has an indicator of
"NA", this means there are no other hydrologic features for the map and the < PF 18 > key can
not be turned on or off.
5.14 Display Stations Command 
Pressing the < PF19 > key will display water quality stations on the map unless the map is greater
than 15 minutes in size or is a CU map. The pointing device can be used to select a station and
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the location and other information about the station will be displayed in the bottom left hand
corner of the screen. Pressing the < PF19> key again will remove the display of stations on the
map.
A "YES" indicator will appear next to the Stations option when the stations are displayed and a
"NO" indicator will appear when the stations are not displayed. If the Stations option has an in-
dicator of "N/A", this means there are no stations for the map.
5.15 Display Dischargers Command 
Pressing the < PF20 > key will display dischargers on the map. The pointing device can be used
to select a discharger and the location and other information about the discharger will be displayed
in the bottom left hand comer of the screen. Pressing the < PF20 > key again will remove the
display of dischargers on the map.
A "YES" indicator will appear next to the Dischargers option when the dischargers are displayed
and a "NO" indicator will appear when the dischargers are not displayed. If the Dischargers option
has an indicator of "N/A", this means there are no dischargers for the map.
5.16 Display ID Numbers Command < PF21 >
Pressing the < PF21 > key will display identification (ID) numbers for water quality stations and/or
dischargers if they are displayed (Figure 11). These numbers correspond to the station and
discharger reports that can be generated (see Section 6). Pressing the < PF21 > key again will re-
move the display of ID numbers on the map.
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6. SAVE MAP AND REPORT FUNCTION
The Save Map and Report function allows the user to save the map displayed on the screen. This
function also saves reports that relate to the map displayed. The user can print the map and reports
from the MDDM program or from a stand alone program.
6.1 Maps
The maps saved will be identical to the map displayed at the time the Save function ( < PF2 > ) key
was pressed. For example, if the stations are turned on, they will appear on the saved map. If the
stations are not on, they will not appear on the saved map. The station and discharger ID numbers
( < PF21 >) correspond to the reports generated from the map. The user should display the ID
numbers if the map being saved includes stations and/or dischargers.
6.2 Reports
The reports are generated based on the map saved. A cities report will be created if the map saved
is a city map. A stations report will be generated if stations are turned on and a dischargers report
will be generated if dischargers are turned on. The station and discharger ID numbers ( < PF21 > )
correspond to these reports. The user should display the ID numbers if the map being saved in-
cludes stations and/or dischargers.
6.3 Saving the Map and Reports Command < PF2 >
Pressing the < PF2> key will display a prompt that requires data input of a user-assigned map
name (Figure 15). The map name must be at least two characters, but not more than eight char-
acters long. The name entered will be used for both the map and the report files. The map display
will be saved as an ADMGDF file and the reports will be saved as a MDDMRPT.DATA file.
The report file will be in SCRIPT format.
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Figure 12. Water Map with the Save Map Prompt.
Once the user enters a map name, the user must press the < ENTER > key to save the map and
reports. The user will then return to the previous screen. If the user does not want to save the
map, pressing the < PF3 > key will exit the command.
6.4 Printing and/or Deleting the Map and Reports
Printing the map and reports can be accomplished from a stand alone program or from the MDDM
program. The user must type EXEC 'YRTA041.CLIST(PRTMDDM)' in the SPF Option 6
command line to access the stand alone program. To print from the MDDM program, the user
must press the < PF3> key. A prompt screen (Figure 16) will appear and the user must enter
YES to execute the MDDM Map and Report Utility for printing and/or deleting.
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Enteo YCS TO EXECUTE CLISI FOR PPlNTlNG A N 0/OR DELETING
THE ( U O 0 M ) MAPS HID REPORTS
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ESS E M T E P TO EXIT THIS PPOCEDURE WITHOUT PRINTING
NOTE. YO'J MUST BE USING iSPf. IF YOU ARE NOT UNDER ISPF
ANSWER NO TO THE PROMPT YOU MAY THEN ENTER ISPF OPTION 6
 NO EXECUTE CI 1ST PR IUOOU
Figure 13. Printing and/or Deleting Prompt Screen.
Note that the user must be using SPF Option 6. If the user is not, he must type "NO" and enter
SPF Option 6. The user should then type EXEC rYRTA041.CLIST(PRTMDDM)' in the com-
mand line.
Pressing the < ENTER > key from this screen will exit the MDDM program.
The MDDM Map and Report Utility screen will display a scrollable list of saved map and report
fdes (Figure 17). The user must tab down to the fdc(s) he wants to print and type P next to it.
If the user wants to delete a file, he must type D next to it. The user can print and/or delete as
many fdes as he chooses.
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	-	 uOOM Map ond Rpor t Utility 	 ROW l OP 2
COmmanO ->	SCROLL > PACE
in i e r o P to Print o Map o n 0 Report.  n |< f a 0 to Delete o wop ana PDO' t .
 n t e r END \Pfsj P r 3 *hen Complete or Type CANCEL to Cancel
S I	Member	U< i tO9\0c 1C ri p I i on
HERNOON mODM-hEPnOON map SIZE- 7.5 .CITIES
CCC l T rwO MOOM-OCC i TymO haP S i Z E - 7.5 .CITIES. I TD f A STaTiON
cncj of nonoor rtcnoeit Liat
Figure 14. MDDM Map and Report Utility screen
After all files have been flagged for printing or deleting, the user must press the < PF3 > key or type
END. If the user is deleting files, a screen (Figure 18) will appear to confirm the file(s) being de-
leted. The user must press the < ENTER > key to confirm the deletions or press the < PF3>
key or type END to cancel the delete command.
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		UOOM Map and Report CONFIRM DELETE -----------
CO'
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RKSA041 MOOMRPt D A T a (hERNOON )
?ress C n t tf to Confirm Delete
Ctr ntf or Press P F J t O Conet I Qe I ( I i on .
Figure IS. Delete Confirmation Screen.
If the user is printing files, a screen will be displayed requiring information for the print output to
be routed correctly (Figure 19). The user must input his BIN NUMBER, FIMIS ID, and
PRINTER DESTINATION. The JOB TIME and PRIORITY fields have default values that are
set so jobs run overnight at the least expensive rate, but these values can be overridden. Note that
the printer must be a graphics 3820 printer or an IBM 3800-3 laser printer.
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JO	(Job Time in seconds)
2	(jOOpriortty)
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1. GDDM FUNCTIONS
IBM's Graphical Data Display Manager (GDDM) can be accessed through MDDM from any map
screen by pressing the < PA3> key. GDDM allows the user to enlarge or reduce the map on the
screen to show specific details of the map. The user may also print or save the map displayed
through GDDM.
7.1 Accessing GDDM
Press the < PA3 > key from any map screen and the GDDM menu (Figure 12) will be displayed.
7. GDDM FUNCTIONS	27
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15 MIN MAP, SE CORNER IS 42.0000 093.2500
KEYS
EXIT
MAIN MENU
SHIFT
ENABLE PICK
OISP
CRID
STREAMS
LAKES
SHORE LINE
RAPID/FALL
OTHERS
STAT I :*15
DISCHARGER
\\u
s=Output * 5 = ZQom in
0=Res?t 11=
Figure 17. GDDM Menu.
7.2 No Menu Command < PF1 >
Pressing the < PF1 > key will turn on and off the display of the GDDM menu. The options of
the menu still function when the menu is not displayed.
7.3 Center Command < PF2 >
Pressing the < PF2 > key will move (pan) a selected area to the center of the map. After the
< PF2 > key is pressed, a cross will appear in the center of the map. The user must use the
pointing device to select the point to be centered.
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7.4 End Command < PF3 >
Pressing the < PF3> key will end the GDDM current menu and return to the previous menu.
7.5 Output Command < PF4 >
Pressing the < PF4> key allows the user to print, plot, or save the map displayed. After the
< PF4 > key is pressed, an Output menu (Figure 13) requiring data input will appear.
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Complata tha approprlata fla Ida
and aalect Print
Pr, nt/Piott-r n-jr-i-	-  - > ^	Pr I n ta tha taict and tha pietura
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or P^o'oce *>	= = = >!	1 bNm "f I la# 2>Rap I aca anlatlng f I ta.
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Prirjomcn-j	C - So . e	JEnd	%4>Pn n (	5-
P F 7 -	3 -	9-Pturn	10-	*11-	12-
Figure 18. GDDM Output Menu.
Saving a Map < PF2 >
The user must give the file a name and press the < PF2 > key. The file will be stored as an
ADMGDF file.
End Output Option Command < PF3 >
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Pressing the < PF3 > key will return to the GDDM main menu.
Printing or Plotting a Map < PF4>
The user must enter the name of the printer or plotter to produce the output and press the < PF4 >
key.
Return Command < PF9 >
Pressing the < PF9 > key will exit the GDDM program and return to MDDM.
7.6 Zoom In Command < PF5 >
Pressing the < PF5> key will allow the user to enlarge any section of the map displayed (Figure
14). After pressing the < PF5> key, the user must use the pointing device to select the diagonal
corners of the area to be viewed.
15 MIN MAP, SE CORNER IS 42.0000 09 3.2500
PF
KEYS

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MAIN MENU

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ENABLE PICK

7
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20
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21
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Select any corner of the area to be viewed
PFl=No menu 2-Center 3 = End	4 = 0 u t p u t
PF7-	S = 0ra!!draw9 = Return 10 = R e s e t
t 5=Zoom in
Zoom out
Figure 19. Zoom In Command .	_^to
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7.7 Zoom Out Command < PF6 >
Pressing the < PF6> key will allow the user to reduce any section of the map displayed. After
pressing the < PF6> key, the user must use the pointing device to select the diagonal comers of
the area to be reduced.
7.8 Draft Draw Command < PF8 >
Pressing the < PF8 > key allows the user to alter the map displayed. The Draft Draw option is
set in GDDM, but it is used in MDDM. After pressing the < PF8> key, the user must return to
MDDM to use the Draft Draw option. To return to normal operation, the user must access
GDDM and press the < PF8> key.
7.9 Return Command 
Pressing the < PF9 > key will exit the GDDM program and return to MDDM. Note that pressing
the < PA3 > key has the same effect as the < PF9> key.
7.10 Reset Command 
Pressing the < PF10> key will reset the screen to the original map displayed.
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Index
A
ADMGDF file 21,29
B
boundaries 7, 9, 15
c
Cataloging Unit 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 15, 17
CITY file 1
^coordinates 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17
feu
See Cataloging Unit
D
DAMS file 1
Digital Line Graph 1
digitizing tablet 2
discharger 15, 16, 19
dischargers 21
DLG
See Digital Line Graph
Draft Draw command 31
Drinking Water Supplies file 1
DRINKS
See Drinking Water Supplies file
G
GAGE
See Stream Gage/Flow file
GDDM
See Graphical Data Display Manager
iGraphical Data Display Manager 1, 27, 29
plotting maps 1, 27, 29
printing maps 1, 27, 29
saving maps 1, 29
H
hardware requirements 2
I
IBM 1, 2, 27
IFD
See Municipal/Industrial Facility Discharge
file
M
mouse 2
Municipal/Industrial Facility Discharge file 1
P
plotting maps 1, 27, 29
printing maps 1, 22, 23, 27, 29
R
Reach File 1
RF3 1
RF3
See Reach File
s
saving maps 1, 21, 22, 29
SCRIPT 21
SPF 3, 22, 23
STORET 1
Stream Gage/Flow file 1
Index
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T	W
Ton 7	water quality agency 1,3,5,17
Water Quality Analysis Branch 1, 3
water quality station 1, 3, 5, 15, 16, 17, 19
water quality stations 21
f T	WQAB
Li	Watpr
United States 5, 6, 8
See Water Quality Analysis Branch
Zoom In command 30
Zoom Out command 31
Index	33
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Index ID's
Id
DLG
RF3
WQAB
CU
IFD
DRINKS
GAGE
GDDM
File
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
MDDMTXT
Page
ndex References
1) Digital Line Graph
1
1) Reach File
1
1) Water Quality Analysis Branch
1
I) Cataloging Unit
1
1) Municipal/Industrial Facility
Discharge file
1
1) Drinking Water Supplies file
1
1) Stream Gage/Flow file
1
1) Graphical Data Display Manager
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MANAGER (MDDM) REPORT
April 12th, 1991

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FACILITIES REPORT
NO. DISCHARGER NAME
DESCRIPTION	LAT LONG
1	EMERALD ENTERPRISES
PA0070092	40.8752 75.1324
2	BRODHEAD CREEK
YCRCLA167	40.9805 75.1860
3	EAST STROUDSBURG BORO STP
PA0020168	40.9852 75.1802
4	INSTRUMENT SPECIALTIES CO., IN
PA0060241	40.9860 75.1388
5	RONSON CORP OF PA
PA0012831	40.9863  75.1424
6	STROUDSBURG, BORO OF
PA0029289	40.9916 75.1874
7	PKGING CORP AMER STROUDSBURG
PA0012963	40.9994 75.1344
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WA TER QUALITY ST A TIONS
NO.
STATION LOCATION



AGENCY STATION ID
LAT
LONG
1
EMERALD ENTERPRISES



EFPAEPA PA0070092
A
40.8752
75.1324
Z
**
112WRD 405325075140001
40.8902
75.2333
3
BANGOR WATER CO MUFFLEY SPRING



21PA ID4880310101302
40.8938
75.2377
4
MARTINS CREEK NEAR EAST BANGOR,
PA.


112WRD 01446600
40.8999
75.2022
5
196



112WRD 405501075115901
40.9169
75.1997
6
NITTLE, AL



21 PA GW48932004
40.9169
75.1997
7
195



112WRD 405518075120801
40.9216
75.2022
8
EAST BANGOR MUN WAT WORKS WELL 4


21PA ID4891610101204
40.9216
75.2044
9
137



112WRD 405632075082701
40.9421
75.1408
10
138



112WRD 405640075084201
40.9444
75.1449
11
584



112WRD 405703075074501
40.9508
75.1291
12
NATIONAL PARK SLATEFORD CRE



21 PA GW48932005
40.9508
75.1291
13
199



112WRD 405728075075701
40.9577
75.1324
14
NATIONAL PARK MOUNT MINSI R



21 PA GW45906001
40.9577
75.1324
15
DEL RIV AT KITTATINNY ACCESS AREA


31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS1
40.9699
75.1277
16
OUNFIELD CR AT FOOT BRIDGE



31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS25
40.9705
75.1269
17
DELAWARE W GAP M W W WELL #2



21PA ID4590610101201
40.9752
75.1458
18
189



112WRD 405831075084501
40.9752
75.1458
19
DELAWARE R AT DUNNFIELD NJ



112WRD 01442750
40.9777
75.1361
20
DELAWARE RIVER AT STROUDSBURG



21PA WQN0176
40.9783
75.1361
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WA TER QUALITY ST A TIONS
NO. STATION LOCATION
AGENCY STATION ID	LAT LONG
21	CHERRY CREEK AT DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
112WRD 01442700	40.9791 75.1611
22	MCMICHAELS CREEK AT STROUDSBURG, PA.
112WRD 01441000	40.9791 75.2013
23	DELAWARE W GAP M W W WELL #4
21 PA	ID4590610101202	40.9824 75.1519
24	246
112WRD 405857075090701	40.9824 75.1519
25	DEL RIV AT DWG RR STA.
31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS100	40.9827 75.1358
26	HEICO INC MONITORING 002/DELAWARE WATER GAP
21 PA	GW00006453	40.9835 75.1486
27	EAST STROUDSBURG STP 20
11131DWQ DEL 179	40.9838 75.1822
28	HEICO INC MONITORING 001/DELAWARE WATER GAP
21 PA	GW00006454	40.9847 75.1472
29	HEICO INC. WELL 5/DELAWARE WATER GAP
21 PA	GW00006455	40.9852 75.1491
30	EAST STROUDSBURG BORO STP /END OF LINCOLN AVEN
EFPAEPA PA0020168	40.9852 75.1802
31	CHERRY CR NEAR RT 80 BRIDGE
31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS26	40.9860 75.1374
32	INSTRUMENT SPECIALTIES CO., /
EFPAEPA PA0060241	40.9860 75.1388
33	DELAWARE WATER GAP PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY-MONROE CO
21PAFISH PWSI16PW	40.9860 75.1416
34	POCONO CREEK NEAR STROUDSBURG, PA.
112WRD 01441500	40.9860 75.2263
35	RONSON CORP OF PA
EFPAEPA PA0012831	40.9863 75.1424
36	STROUDSBURG PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY-MONROE COUNTY
21PAFISH PWSI17PW	40.9866 75.1933
37	BRODHEAD CR RTE 80 BR STRDSBRG
11131DWQ DEL 140	40.9871 75.1847
38	STROUDSBURG STP 18
11131DWQ DEL 177	40.9894 75.1863
39	BRODHEAD CR ABV STRDSBRG STP
11131DWQ DEL 141	40.9913 75.1874
40	STROUDSBURG, BORO OF /KITSTON STREET
EFPAEPA PA0029289	40.9916 75.1874
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WA TER QUALITY ST A TIONS
NO. STATION LOCATION
AGENCY STATION ID	LAT LONG
41	244
112WRD 405940075101901	40.9944 75.1719
42	243
112WRD 405948075100701	40.9966 75.1685
43	MARSHALL CR AT MINISINK HILLS, PA.
112WRD 01442600	40.9972 75.1402
44	BRODHEAD CR AT BRIDGE RT 402
31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS27	40.9977 75.1430
45	MARSHALLS CR IN MINISINK HILLS AT BRIDGE
31DRBCSP DRBC/NPS28	40.9985 75.1383
46	BRODHEAD CREEK AT MINISINK HILLS, PA.
112WRD 01442500	40.9985 75.1430
47	PKGING CORP AMER STROUDSBURG/
EFPAEPA PA0012963	40.9994 75.1344
48	LR45061 .5 MILE UPSTREAM FROM BR
21PA	WQN0137	40.9997 75.1483
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
What is the Reach File? It is a hydrologic database of the surface waters of the continental United
States. Elements within the database were created for the express purpose of performing hydrologic
routing for modeling programs, identifying upstream and downstream elements, and providing
reach numbers that uniquely identify any particular point associated with surface waters. This
names only a few of the capabilities of the database.
The reach numbers have been put to use in associating other EPA national databases to surface
waters: STORET, DRINKS, IFD, GAGE, WBS, and DAMS. Any data point within any of these
databases can be associated with, and identified by, a specific location on any surface water element:
reservoir, lake, stream, wide river, coastline. The Reach File, then, can be defined as the U.S.
Surface Water Hydrographic Identification Database.
There are three versions of the Reach File. Reach File version 1 (RF1) was created in 1982 and
contained 68,000 reaches. Reach File version 2 (RF2) was released in 1988 and doubled the size
of version 1. Reach File version 3 (RF3) is under production and will have 3,000,000 individual
reach components. Each version is upwardly compatible with the next, preserving all reach num-
bering within each database.
|The RF3 Support Software is a family of systems designed to give the user easy access to RF3 and
'the associated EPA databases. Reporting capabilities, data management and mapping display
functions are provided throughout the support Software. The RF3 MDDM system is one of seven
systems.
1.1 Purpose of the RF3 MDDM Software
The Reach File is now encompassing a vast majority of the U.S. and can be used to access a huge
amount of information related to the surface waters. The immediate need was to create the ability
to map, display, create and print reports for various hydrologic and water quality characteristics
across the U.S. based on RF3. The Mapping and Data Display Manager (MDDM) (hereafter RF3
MDDM) is an interactive system that provides access to and use of the various databases including
the Reach File structure and trace files (totalling more than 93,000,000 latitude/longitude points),
th^ entire 1:100,000 scale Digital Line Graph (DLG) database, and other EPA national databases.
The program allows users to display full color maps with detailed graphics of streams, lakes,
shorelines, and other hydrologic features for specific areas selected by the user. The system also
offers advanced function printing of the maps in black and white.
RF3 MDDM permits the user to control the map selected and the features displayed on the map.
The user can produce maps by Cataloging Unit (CU), latitude and longitude coordinates, city and
state, or water quality agency and station. Different map sizes can be selected varying from 7.5
minutes to 1-degree. Once the map for an area is created, the user controls What features are dis-
played on the map. Streams, lakes, shorelines, right and left banks of wide rivers, rapids and falls,
water quality stations and dischargers can all be displayed. RF3 MDDM can also be used to obtain
additional information about water quality stations and dischargers appearing on the map.
The RF3 MDDM system also supports several analytical techniques to assist the user in making
'assessments and performing analyses. RF3 MDDM supports routing between two points, in both
upstream and downstream directions. Areas of open waters, such as lakes, reservoirs and wide
rivers, are computed interactively. Site assignments to the new RF3 reaches can be performed au-
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tomatically or with manual intervention. Finally, portions of the 305(b) Waterbody program are
supported within RF3 MDDM.
The user can access IBM's Graphical Data Display Manager (GDDM) through RF3 MDDM.
Features of GDDM allow the user to enlarge or reduce sections of any map to show specific details
or a generalized view of the map. GDDM also permits the user to print, plot, or save the map
displayed.
1.2 "User-Friendly" Interfaces
One of the most useful aspects of the RF3 MDDM software is the user- friendly interfaces. Menu
selections are used throughout the software to assist the user in retrieving and accessing their desired
information. Lists are available for many of the more detailed and numerous data., such as quad
maps, cataloging units, cities and counties. Help screens are accessible from all menus, tables, and
displays.
As an example, if the user is unfamiliar with their state's 7.5 minute quad maps, a list of maps
within their state is displayed and allows them to select one. If the user is uncertain about a menu
selection or the use of a certain PF key, a Help key is available to pull up a screen(s) which de-
scribes the purpose and key more clearly.
The pointing device (mouse, tablet, arrow keys) can also be used to make map selections from the
U.S. and state maps. It gives the user an easier means to choose quad maps or cataloging units.
In the map displays, the pointing device can be used to move station locations or to choose reaches
or lakes. It gives the user another method of choosing and selecting items, in addition to list se-
lections and user entry.
Another worthwhile aspect of the RF3 MDDM is the availability of data for the entire continental
U.S. All states can be accessed for DLG data (hydrography as well as all transportation), STORET
and selected IHS databases, and CU boundaries. All states with regions participating in the RF3
production have access to the RF3 information and all export/import functions surrounding RF3.
The only things the user must know prior to their own investigation of the RF3 data and the RF3
MDDM software are how to install it and how to get it started (Chapter 2). From that point on.
Help screens, selection lists, and the pointing device will assist the user in retrieving information,
displaying it, saving displays and reports, and, finally, printing the displays and reports.
1.3 RF3 Master Guide
The RF3 MDDM Support Software is one member of the family of software systems which sup-
port RF3 and its applications. A Master Guide for the software systems is currently under devel-
opment. This Master Guide will guide the user through the entire family of systems as well as
towards technical memorandum about RF3. Please refer to that guide for a complete listing of
Support Software and RF3 reference materials.
1.4 Organization of the Use/s Guide
Chapter 2 prepares the user for utilizing the RF3 MDDM system. Installation of the software and
access to the EPA NCC computer are briefly described. Prerequisite data and parameters are listed.
Access to the RF3 MDDM system from the RF3 Master Menu is demonstrated.
Chapter 3 provides the complete details for using the RF3 MDDM software. All user entries,
options and function keys are explained. All instructions to print, save, and display are provided
to the user.
Chapter 4 gives an overview of utilizing RF3 MDDM with other RF3 Support Systems. Input and
output parameters and files are described as well as typical applications.
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MANAGER (MDDM) USER'S GUIDE
January 7th, 1991
Timothy R. Bondelid
Paul C. Eggers
Sue A. Hanson
Horizon Systems Corporation
423 Carlisle Drive
Hemdon, Virginia 22070
(703) 471-0480
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Preface
This software is being developed by Horizon Systems Corporation, Herndon, Virginia for the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under contract number 68-C9-0013. The EPA Work
Assignment Manager is Phillip Taylor, Assessment and Watershed Protection Division. RF3
MDDM user support is available from Tim Bondelid and Sue Hanson at Horizon Svstems (703)
471-0480.
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Table of Contents
1.0	INTRODUCTION 	 1
1.1	Purpose of the RF3 MDDM Software 	 1
1.2	'User-Friendly" Interfaces 	 2
1.3	RF3 Master Guide 	 2
1.4	Organization of the User's Guide 	 2
2.0	STARTING RF3 MDDM 		3
2.1	Installation 		3
2.2	Hardware Requirements 		3
2.2.1	Terminal/Terminal Emulation 		3
2.2.2	Pointing Device 		3
2.2.3	Nongraphics Users 			4
2.3	SIGNON Parameters 			4
2.3.1	Procedure 		4
2.3.2	FIMAS 	4
2.3.3	Size 		4
2.3.4	Command 		5
2.3.5	BIN Number 		5
2.3.5 Account Number 		5
2.4	Data/Informational Prerequisites 		5
2.4.1	Cataloging Units 		5
2.4.2	USGS Quad Sheet Maps 		6
2.4.3	Waterbodv System 		6
2.4.4	State Abbreviations 		7
2.4.5	Polygons for Special Retrievals 		7
2.4.6	Accessible National Databases 		7
2.4.7	Standard Line Types, Patterns and Colors 		8
2.4.7.1	Colors 		8
2.4.7.2	Line Types 		8
2.4.7.3	Symbol Types 		8
2.4.7.4	Pattern Types 		9
2.5	Universal Keys and Commands 		9
2.6	Starting RF3 MDDM 	 10
3.0	USING RF3 MDDM 	 11
3.1	Introduction and Main Menu 		 11
3.1.1	Layer Setup versus Map Display 		11
3.1.2	Order of Procedures 	'		11
3.1.3	Menu Options 		12
3.1.4	Exit -  		12
3.2	Layer Setups 		12
3.2.1	WBS - Waterbodv System 	 12
3.2.1.1	Waterbody List - Option 1 		13
3.2.1.2	Compact Waterbody List - Option 1C		13
3.2.1.3	Reach Indexing - Option 2 		13
3.2.1.4	Reach Lists - Option 3 		14
3.2.1.5	Waterbody Sizes - Option 3C 		14
3.2.1.6	Map Line Specifications - Option 4 		14 ds>sir
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3.2.2.1	Command Line Functions 	 15
3.2.2.2	Select Column Functions 	 16
3.2.2.3	Symbol and Color Select Column 	 17
3.2.2.4	Map Options 	 17
3.2.3	SIT - Site Parameters 	 18
3.2.4	DLG - DLG Layers 	 18
3.3	Hydrologic Maps 	 19
3.3.1	E - Expert Menu 	 19
3.3.1.1	Cataloging Unit (CLi) 	 19
3.3.1.2	Polygon Name 	 19
3.3.1.3	Quad Map - Southeast Latitude and Longitude Coordinates 	 20
3.3.1.5	City/County and State 	 20
3.3.1.6	Map Size 	 20
3.3.2	U.S. Map Display '	 21
3.3.2.1	Exit to Menu - < PF3 > 	 22
3.3.2.2	Select City - < PF4 > 	'	 22
3.3.2.3	Toggle On/Off State Abbreviations -  	 23
3.3.2.4	Display RF3 Status - < PF7 > 	 23
3.3.3	State Map Display 	 23
3.3.3.2	Exit -  	 25
3.3.3.3	Select City - < PF4 > 	 25
3.3.3.4	Display RF3 Status - < PF7> 	<	 25
3.3.3.5	Display Catalog Unit (CU) Boundaries - < PF8> 	 26
3.3.3.6	Display 7.5 Minute Grid - < PF9> 	 26
3.3.3.7	Display 15 Minute Grid -  	 27
3.3.3.8	Display 30 Minute Grid - < PFI1 > 	 28
3.3.3.9	Display 1-Degree Grid -  	 29
3.4	Nongraphics Terminal Users 	 30
3.5	Hydrologic Map Display 	 31
3.5.1	Hydrologic Map Colors 	 32
3.5.2	Help Screen(s) -  	 32
3.5.3	Save Map and Reports - < PF2 > 	 32
3.5.4	Exit -  	 32
3.5.5	Select City within Map Boundaries - < PF4 > 	 32
3.5.6	Shift Map - < PF5 > 	 32
3.5.7	Enable Site Locator -  	 33
3.5.8	Display RF1 - < PF7 > 	 33
3.5.9	Display RF2 - < PF8 > 	 33
3.5.10	Display RF3-  	 33
3.5.11	Enable Reach Locator -  	 33
3.5.12	Route Reaches -  	 34
3.5.13	Display Reach Tags -  	 34
3.5.14	Display 7.5 Minute Grid -  	 34
3.5.15	Display Waterbodies -  	 34
3.5.16	Assign Site to Reach -  	 35
3.5.17	Display Polygon(s) -  	 35
3.5.18	Display DLG Layer -  	 35
3.5.19	Display County Boundaries -  	 35
3.5.20	Display All Sites -  	 35
3.5.21	Create New Site - < PF20> 	.%	 35
3.5.22	Display Reach List - < PF21 > 	 36
3.5.23	Display/Create/Edit Memo Pad -  	 36
3.6	Save/Print/Delete Map and Report Functions 	 36
3.6.1	Save Map and Report 	 36
3.6.2	Printing and/or Deleting the Map and Reports	 37
3.7	GDDM Functions 	 39
3.7.1	Accessing GDDM -  	 40
3.7.2	No Menu -  	 40
3.7.3	Center -  	 41
3.7.4	End (Exit) -  	 41
3.7.5	Output -  	 41 *
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3.7.6	Zoom In -  . . 			42
3.7.7	Zoom Out -  		43
3.7.8	Draft Draw -  		43
3.7.9	Return -  		44
3.7.10	Reset -  		44
4.0	USING RF3 MDDM WITH OTHER RF3 SUPPORT SOFTWARE 		45
4.1	Creating External Polygons 		45
4.2	Use of GETSITES 		46
4.3	Use of GETDLG 		46
4.4	Use of PRTMDDM 		47
Index 		48
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List of Illustrations
Figure	1. United States Map		22
Figure	2. State Map		24
Figure	3. Display CU Boundaries - < PF8 >		26
Figure	4. Display 7.5 Minute Grid - < PF9>		27
Figure	5. Display 15 Minute Grid -		2S
Figure	6. Display 30 Minute Grid - < PF11 >		29
Figure	7. Display 1-Degree Grid - 		30
Figure	8. Hydrologic Map with the Save Map Prompt		37
Figure	9. Delete Confirmation Screen		38
Figure	10. Printing Output Screen		39
Figure	11. GDDM Menu		40
Figure	12. GDDM Output Menu		42
Figure	13. Zoom In - 		43
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2.1 Installation
The user must be a registered EPA STORET user on the NCC system. Please refer to the RF3
Master User's Guide for detailed instructions on setting up an user account. The user is assumed
to know the basic procedures for logging onto the NCC system. If you are unfamiliar with these
procedures, please contact your representative or NCC Technical User Support at 1-800-334-2405
for more instructions.
RF3 MDDM is a part of the whole RF3 Support Software Systems. All systems get installed at
the same time. The commands used to install the previous RF1 and RF2 versions of RFMS and
MDDM are still valid and have been retained.
The user must first logon to the mainframe. At the TSO 'READY' prompt, the user must type
EXEC 'YRTA04I.CLIST(ATTN)' and press the < ENTER > key. A screen will appear with in-
structions. The instructions are as follows:
1.	The user must logoff from the computer and logon again. This can be done by typing
LOGON and the user id.
2.	The TSO logon screen will appear and the user should tab to the field labeled 'SIZE' and type
7000. The user should then tab to the field labeled 'COMMAND' and type RFMS.
3.	RF3 MDDM and all other RF3 Support Software will be accessible from the SPF Option 6.
The user enters '6' on the SPF Main Menu command and presses < ENTER > . The user
then enters 'RF3MSTR' on the TSO Command Line to get the RF3 Master Selection Menu.
4.	All subsequent logons will allow the user to select the RFMS Software System by selecting
Option U from the SPF Main Menu.
2.2 Hardware Requirements
2.2.1	Terminal /Terminal Emulation
RF3 MDDM must be run on an IBM graphics terminal (i.e. 3179, 3179G, 3270 PC-AT/G, 3270
PC-AT/GX, or a PC that has been upgraded to the 3270 emulation and APA graphics). There
are no specific RAM, hard disk, or monitor requirements needed to run RF3 MDDM, although
the 3270 emulation and APA graphics software may have requirements. Refer to those software
packages for hardware specifications.
2.2.2	Pointing Device
A mouse or digitizing tablet is recommended to use with the RF3 MDDM software, but is not
jpssential. The arrow keys on the keyboard can be used if a mouse or tablet is not available.
'However, the results obtained by using the arrow keys may not be as accurate as the results ob-
tained from using a mouse or a digitizing tablet. The term "pointing device" in this guide refers to
either a mouse, a digitizing tablet, or the arrow keys on the keyboard.
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2.2.3 Nongraphics Users
A batch use of RF3 MDDM is under development at this time to support map and reporting re-
quests from users without graphics terminal capabilities. This not yet functional and the above
requirements are in effect until a future date.
These users should take note, however. Ail menus, tables and batch programs are accessible by
these users. Only the map displays are unavailable.
We have described how to install RF3 MDDM and the hardware necessary to run the RF3
graphics. There are several other parameters set during the mainframe login procedure that the user
should be aware of during the login procedure. The values of some of these parameters may have
an impact on the usability of the RF3 software and the accessibility of STORET and IIIS data-
bases.
The login screen displays the values for the following parameters:
Procedure
FIMAS
Size
Command
BIN Number
Account Number
If the RF3 Support Software systems are not working as expected, the user should review the values
of these parameters. They can do this by entering their user id only, no password, and pressing the
< ENTER > key. All the values will be displayed while the system waits for the user to enter their
password.
2.3.1 Procedure
When the user is assigned a user id, it must be setup as a STORET user. The value of this pa-
rameter should be AASTORET. If it isn't, the user will not be able to access the STORET or IHS
databases. Please contact your local representative or NCC RTP Support Services for more as-
sistance.
This parameter should also be set when your user id is installed. The FIMAS parameter is im-
portant for the proper designation and submittal of batch programs. Many of the software systems
use this parameter without user intervention. Therefore, it is important that the value be entered.
A value of 'STORP' is recommended. Please contact your local representative or NCC RTP
Support Services for more assistance.
The size parameter can be changed by the user anytime they login to the EPA computer. If the
software does not appear to be working, or is abending at odd times, this parameter may need to
be enlarged. A good value for this parameter is 7000. Simply tab to that field during login and se'
it equal to 7000. All subsequent logins will retain this value.
2.3 SIGNON Parameters
2.3.2 FIMAS
2.3.3 Size
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12.3.4 Command
When you install RF3 for the first time, the user is instructed to tab to this field and enter RFMS.
If for some reason this has been altered, the user should re-enter RFMS during login. Please reier
to Section 2.1 for complete instructions.
The BIN number is required for the proper routing of hardcopy printouts. Many of the software
systems use this parameter without user intervention. Therefore, it is important that the value be
entered and entered correctly. Please contact your local representative or NCC RTP Support Ser-
vices for more assistance.
2.3.5 Account Number
The Account Number is necessary for the proper designation of dataset names and submittal of
batch programs. Many of the software systems use this parameter without user intervention.
Therefore, it is important that the value be entered and entered correctly. Please contact your local
representative or NCC RTP Support Services for more assistance.
There are several pieces of information which the user should be familiar with to assist them in the
understanding of the results from using RF3 MDDM. They are:
|1. Cataloging Units
2.	USGS Quad Sheets
3.	Waterbody System
4.	State Abbreviations
5.	Polygons for Special Retrievals
6.	Accessible National Databases
7.	Standard Line Types and Colors
The user can utilize RF3 MDDM successfully with a partial knowledge of this information. RF3
MDDM has many on-line help functions that will assist the user. For example, lists of 7.5 minute
quad maps within a state can be displayed and selected from for a hydrologic map. Therefore, the
user is not required to have intimate knowledge of all the quad maps within their region. The user
is directed to Chapter 3, Using RF3 MDDM for more details on Help screens and select lists.
2.4.1 Cataloging Units
The cataloging unit (CU) is the hydrologic boundary designated by USGS for the U.S. and its
territories. One of the main purposes of designating hydrologic areas is for management and plan-
ning purposes. There are approximately 2,100 cataloging units for the continental U.S.
The hydrologic units represent natural and some manmade stream-drainage areas. The boundary
maintains a watershed area that has a single outflow point and limited intra-CU connections. There
are some exceptions to the single outflow point in the coastal regions. The cataloging unit is an
digit number, broken down into four identifiers for the express purpose of water resources
planning and data management:
Region - first two digits
2.3.5 BIN Number
2.4 DatajInformational Prerequisites
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Subregion - third and fourth digits
Accounting Unit - fifth and sixth digits
Cataloging Unit - seventh and eighth digits
Maps containing the locations and numbers can be obtained directly from the USGS in Denver,
CO or Reston, VA. The Expert Map Selection Menu provides additional support for the user's
selection of the appropriate CU. Please refer to Chapter 3, Using RF3 MDDM, for more infor-
mation.
2.4.2 USGS Quad Sheet Maps
Specification of a particular quad sheet requires the latitude and longitude of the map's southeast
comer (SE lat/lon). The coordinates must be entered in degrees, minutes, and seconds, with leading
zeros entered:
DDMMSS (latitude)
DDDMMSS (longitude)
where valid MMSS values are:
0000
0730
1500
2230
3000
3730
4500
5230
The quad sheet is used to access RF3 and DLG information. If the user is unfamiliar with the
specification of the SE lat/lon, they can refer to the USGS quad sheet itself, a USGS reference map,
or they can use a pointing device in conjunction with RF3 MDDM to retrieve the lat/lon. Please
refer to Chapter 3 for more detailed information on application of this function.
The map size is defaulted to a 7.5 minute size. However, the user can choose any of the following
sizes:
15 minute (entered as 015)
30 minute (entered as 030)
60 minutes or 1 degree (entered as 001)
30 minutes by 60
2.4.3 Waterbody System
The Waterbody System was implemented to respond to EPA's 305(b) program. Reporting and
mapping capabilities were built into RF3 MDDM in order to assist states and regions in meeting
the specific requirements of the 305(b) program. As such, a knowledge of those requirements and
the procedures necessary for reporting are required prior to utilizing those components of RF3
MDDM. For more information on the Waterbody System, contact:
Research Triangle Institute (RTI)
Comwailis Road
Hobbs Building
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Mr. Michael McCarthy
(919) 541-6796
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Office of Water
401 M Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20460
Mr. Chris Faulkner
(202) 382-6228
2.4.4	State Abbreviations
Any accessing of state information requires the use of the two- character abbreviation which is used
by the U.S. Post Office. Many requests can be made within RF3 MDDM by entering this two
character code. Please contact your local post office, or the zip code publication, for a coipplcte
list of these state abbreviations. You may also begin a map selection with the U.S. map. selecting
the state of your choice with the pointing device.
2.4.5	Polygons for Special Retrievals
Several options within RF3 MDDM allow the user to specify an area different from the standard
quad sheets and cataloging unit. The polygons must be in a format compatible with the RF3
MDDM system and stored in the user's appropriate dataset. Please refer to Chapter 4 for a com-
plete description of the file requirements of these polygons.
2.4.6	Accessible National Databases
|sTORET and the Industrial Facilities Discharge (IFD) databases are currently accessible via the
RF3 Support Software Systems. Design and implementation to access other IHS databases are
currently underway.
The user must have some familiarity with the data stored in these databases. For example, displays
from the STORET database include the station id, the agency code, and the latitude/longitude
(lat/lon) location. The user will not be given a deciphering of the station id or the agency codes
within RF3 MDDM. Plus, the accuracy of the station location is dependent completely upon the
lat/lon information within the STORET or IHS database.
The following agencies should be contacted for more information about the databases:
STORET:
STORET User Assistance
U.S. EPA
Mail Code PM-218D
401 M Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20460
(800) 424-9067
IHS Databases: IFD, PCS, DRINKS, DAMS, and FISHKILLS
Office of Water Quality
U.S. EPA
401 M Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20460
(202) 382-7046
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2.4.7 Standard Line Types, Patterns and Colors
The user will be offered the choice of displaying different information in different colors, line types,
patterns and symbols. The selection is governed by the GDDM standards. Refer to Chapter 3 for
the use of the default codes and use of these codes as display options. All codes are numeric with
the following attributes for a standard screen display:
2.4.7.1 Colors
Number Code
Color Number Code
Color
00
Default (blue)
09
Dark Blue
01
Blue
10
Orange
02
Red
11
Purple
03
Magenta (pink)
12
Dark Green
04
Green
13
Dark Turquoise
05
Turquiose (cyan)
14
Mustard
06
Yellow
15
Gray
07
White (neutral)
16
Brown
08
Black (background)


For an eight-color display (such as a 3279 or a 3270-PC/G work station), colors 9 through 15 map
to colors 1 through 7. Color 16 maps to the default color for the device. Note that these are the
codes for terminal display colors only.
Pen or printer colors need to be assessed for each different
piece of hardware. For additional information on
other terminal types or printer/pen plotters,
please refer to the GDDM Programming Reference Summary or to the RTP Support Services.
2.4.7.2 Line Types


Number Code
Line Type


00
ni
Drawing Default (solid line)
02		
03
04		
05		
06
07	~
08	Invisible line
Line thickness codes are between 01 and 08 with 01 as the thinnest line as well as the default
thickness.
2.4.7.3 Symbol Types
Number Code	Symbol
01
X (letter X)
02
+ (plus sign)
03
(diamond, empty)
04
(box, empty)
05
(letter X with vertical line)
06
~ (asterisk)
07
(diamond, filled in)
08
(box, filled in)
09
(small dot, filled in)
10
o (large circle, empty)
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Patterns are used in conjunction with polygons. When ovelaying polygons onto another map dis-
play, patterns can help bring out the different polygons.
Pattern Number	Description
01
Small white dots on colored background
02
Large white dots on colored background
03
Large colored dots in scallop pattern
04
Large colored dots in dense rows
05
Small colored dots in dense rows
06
Small colored dots in medium-dense rows
07
Small colored dots in diamond shaped pattern
08
Small colored dots in square shaped pattern
09
Vertical colored lines
10
Horizontal colored lines
11
Wide spaced diagonal lines from right to left
12
Narrow spaced diagonal lines from right to left
13
Wide spaced diagonal lines from left to right
14
Narrow spaced diagonal lines from left to right
15
Blank, no pattern: outline in color
16
Solid color
In order to see other features on the map display, patterns 11 through 14, the diagonal lines, are
recommended.
2.5 Universal Keys and Commands
Many function keys and commands remain the same throughout the use of RF3 MDDM. Help
screens, exit commands and save commands are a few examples.
RF3 MDDM has three types of screen displays:
1.	Selection Screens - Menus, User entry screens
2.	Tables - Presentation of data with some user entry
3.	Maps - Graphical display of RF3 and selected layers
Some of the function keys do not operate on the map displays because the function requires a user
entry on the command line, which is not available during displays. A table is presented below in-
dicating which function keys and commands are functional during which screen display.
Map
Key/Command
Selection Screen

Table
PF1
X
X
X
PF3
X
X
X
ENTER
X
X
X
TAB
X
X
X
HELP
X
X

X
X
X

END
X
X

The first four items are function keys. < PF1 > starts up the HELP screens. PF3 is the EXIT key.	^tosr,,
< ENTER > is the key used to submit commands, accept user entries, or act upon user entries. ^
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The TAB key moves the user from entry field to entry field. Ail of the function keys work on all
of the screen types.
The last three items are commands entered onto the command line. Since the map displays do not
have a command line, these are not available during displays. -They are, however, functional on
all selection screens and table displays.
The user is referred to Chapter 3 for full details on the use of the rest of the function keys and
command line entries within RF3 MDDM.
2.6 Starting RF3 MDDM
Initial access to RF3 MDDM is gained through the RF3 Master Selection Menu. This menu can
be accessed from the SPF Menu Option '6'. The user must type RF3MSTR on the TSO Com-
mand line and press the < ENTER > key. The menu selections include the RF3 MDDM system.
The user initiates this system by typing Ton the command line and pressing the < ENTER > key.
The RF3 MDDM Menu will be displayed for the user's selection. The user may also exit from the
RF3 Master Selection Menu by typing END and pressing the < ENTER > key or by pressing the
< PF3 > key.
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3.1 Introduction and Main Menu
The RF3 MDDM Main Menu is displayed after the user has selected the T option from the RF3
Master Menu. The menu is divided into three distinct groups:
1.	Setup Layers
2.	Select Map Display
3.	Nongraphics Terminals
The exit option is always the same throughout RF3 MDDM: enter 'X' and press < ENTER > or
press the < PF3 > key.
3.1.1 Layer Setup versus Map Display
These three divisions are more than simply informational. The user must prepare their data prior
Ito displaying it. Color types, site locations, and waterbody groups must all be chosen prior to map
display and manipulation. In addition, other programs, such as GETDLG and GETSITES. may
need to run prior to the RF3 MDDM map display and in some cases, prior to setting up the i:.. r.
The user is directed to Chapter 4 for more details on these system interfaces.
The primary purpose of the map is to display the Reach File for a selected area and query on the
reaches and their connectivity. To enhance the display and other functions, different layers can be
added: WBS Waterbodies, DLG transportation data, county boundan.b. user polygons and city
locations. One additional layer, consisting of STORET stations and IFD sites, is a functional layer
and can be used by the user to manipulate sites or add sites. All of the layers are controlled by a
different function key which 'turns on" the layer. Once "turned on", they cannot be "turned off".
All subsequent map saves will include ail layers displayed on the map.
The Main Menu has grouped each procedure within a division based upon the procedure's proc-
esses. The critical element is to setup the layers (shown in the first group) prior to displaying the
map. The color codes set up in the WBS and DLG and sites selected in LOC will control the in-
formation available for display during a hydrologic map. Refer to Chapter 2.4, Data Prerequisites
for the color codes and default conditions.
3.1.2 Order of Procedures

The user should setup all of the layers desired for the hydrologic map display. Colors, line widths,
waterbody groups and site selection are all part of the layer setup process and all need to be selected
prior to displaying the hydrologic map. The user is directed to Chapter 3.2 for detailed descriptions
of the use of each layer. Once the layers have been setup, the user can proceed to select the desired
hydrologic map display. Each layer is functional on each display as long as the representative areas
are the same. For example, a map display of a CU can have various overlays shown if the overlays
|do indeed exist within the boundaries of that CU.
Once the layers are set, the user can specify the type of hydrologic map to be displayed. This se-
lection registers the boundary within which the RF3 and layers will be displayed. The boundary
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can be a CU boundary, a USGS quad sheet, a user defined polygon or a 1 degree by 1 degree
window, to name a few of the alternatives. State maps and the U.S. map cannot have the RF3
reaches drawn upon them: the detail is too much information for that size of a display and is
prohibitively time consuming. Once the boundary has been selected and the hydrologic map (RF3
reaches) has been drawn, the user can display the overlay of their choosing, and create and save
various types of maps and reports.
3.1.3	Menu Options
The following list contains the selections for layers:
1.	WBS - Waterbody System
2.	LOC - Site select and relocation
3.	SIT - Site parameter select and setup
4.	DLG - DLG layer setup
Several of these layers have additional selections and levels of detail.
The hydrologic display selections from the menu are:
1.	E - Expert Menu
2.	US - Continentcd U.S. Display
3.	AA - State Display
The Expert Menu allows the advanced user to go into the map of their choice directly. The U.S.
map gives the user an overview of the continental U.S. and allows them to choose a state map.
On the state map, the user can display several different types of boundaries and select from these
displays: CU boundaries, 7.5 minute grid, 15 minute grid, 30 minute grid or 1 degree grid. With
one of these selections, the user will get directly into a hydrologic map display. The user has the
option of saving and printing any of the U.S. or state maps.
3.1.4	Exit - < PF3 >
Pressing the < PF3> key will exit the system at any time and return the user to the RF3 Master
Selection Menu. The user is cautioned that no exiting prompts or warnings are given. Therefore,
maps and reports will not be saved unless the user has specifically issued the Save command. If the
user is within a map display or a table manipulation, a series of < PF3 > keys will exit the user from
RF3 MDDM.
3.2 Layer Setups
3.2.1 WBS - Waterbody System
The Waterbody System requires reporting mechanisms, maps and reports, for selected surface wa-
ters. 'Groups* of RF2 streams, lakes and reservoirs were identified previously as a single waterbody
classification for reporting purposes. These "groups" can now include the updated, and more de-
tailed, RF3 structure. The Waterbody System layer selection is designed to assist the users in de-
fining waterbody groups utilising RF2 or RF3 and creating maps and reports.
The information is presented to the user in a table format. The user makes selections from the table
or enters information for further displays. All selections are made by placing an 'S' in the select
column. Display information is line thickness, line type, and line color. Display information can
be entered for each selection. Please refer to the next paragraphs for more detailed instructions.
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fcThe user has five (5) selections for the WBS:
1.	1 - Waterbody List
2.	1C - Compact Waterbody List
3.	2 - Reach Indexing
4.	3 - Reach Lists by Waterbody
5.	3C - Waterbody Sizes based on Reaches
6.	4 - Map Line Specifications.
The number of the desired selection is entered on the command line. The user presses the < EN-
TER > key to initiate the selection. The user first identifies similar waterbody group(s) from cither
list 1 or 1C. The line specifications for display and printing can then be entered through selection
4. Options 2, 3, and 3C give more details about each waterbody group.
All of the options present information in table format. Generic commands such as 'DOWN', 'UP',
and 'FIND' can be used from the command line. Function keys such as page up ( < PF7 > ) and
page down ( < PF8 > ) can also be used. A 'FIND' command will search on the waterbody id.
The user must have a file of the current RF2 Waterbody groups for each of the states within their
region. A system called GETWBS is currently under development to assist the user with retrieving
waterbodies and group codes. It will allow the user to selectively retrieve waterbody groups on a
state by state basis. Please contact Horizon Systems Corporation for assistance in the interim.
3.2.1.1	Waterbody List - Option 1
The user enters a T on the WBS menu command line to select this option. The table u ii, display
the waterbody group id, a descriptive field, the waterbody type and group code. The group code
is the key to the display of the waterbodies. This code is used to determine the line thickness, une
type, and color for all subsequent displays and reports.
The user identifies all waterbodies with similar conditions by entering the same group code For
example, all waterbodies impacted by toxins can be given a group code of TX'. All waterbodies
not meeting their designated uses can be given a group code of 'NC' (non-compliance). The default
group code of '00' can designate all waterbodies which are in compliance. The user then chooses
the display values for these group codes under Option 4, Map Line Specifications.
After all group codes have been entered, the user presses the < PF3 > key to return back to the
WBS menu.
3.2.1.2	Compact Waterbody List - Option 1C
The user enters a'lC' on the WBS menu command line to select this option. The list now contains
only the group code, the waterbody group id, and the waterbody type. The user follows the same
procedures as Option 1 for identifying similar waterbodies by entering the same group codes.
The user presses the < PF3 > key to return back to the WBS menu.
3.2.1.3	Reach Indexing - Option 2
The user enters a '2' on the WBS menu command line to select this option. The list contains the
|current status of the waterbodies. The waterbody id, direction of reach designation, I/E
(inclusive/exclusive) and the start and end RF2 reaches assigned to the waterbodies.
The user presses the < PF3 > key to return back to the WBS menu.
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3.2.1.4	Reach Lists - Option 3
The user enters a '3' on the WBS menu command line to select this option. This table provides
the complete list of RF2 reaches assigned to each waterbody. A summary by waterbody is provided
after the reaches and contains the total length of the segments assigned to the waterbody. The
segment length is calculated from the RF3 trace records.
The user presses the < PF3 > key to return back to the WBS menu.
3.2.1.5	Waterbody Sizes - Option 3C
The user enters '3C' on the WBS menu command line to select this option. This list is a subset
of the listing for Option 3. It contains only the total length of all the segments within each
waterbody.
The user presses the < PF3 > key to return back to the WBS menu.
3.2.1.6	Map Line Specifications - Option 4
This option, in conjunction with Options 1 and 1C, is the most critical to setting up the appropriate
display. The line specifications for all group codes are entered during this option. The user enters
'4' on the WBS menu command line to select this option.
The first time this table is displayed, there are no entries. The user must type ADD on the com-
mand line to add a blank line for entry. Then, all of the group codes assigned dunng 1 or 1C must
be entered. Hereafter, these group codes will automatically be displayed for the user
Each group code can be assigned a line thickness, line type and line color. The values are entered
as two digit codes. The default for each of these is '00'. When the color value is '00', the group
code is not displayed or printed. This is useful when a "noncompliance only' map is desired. Please
refer to Chapter 2 for the available codes for each variable.
The line thickness and type (dashed, solid, etc.) are most important when printing in black and
white. Colors are most important when displaying on the screen or printing in color. The user
should experiment with their printer's capabilities in order to determine the best combination.
Continuing the example started in Option 1, the user can assign the red color code to the
waterbodies impacted by toxins, group code TX'. The user can assign the blue color code to the
waterbodies in noncompliance, 'NC'. All other waterbodies can be left with the default values of
'00' and will not be printed or displayed.
Now the user can go back to the RF3 MDDM Main Menu, select a map, and press the < PF14 >
key to display the waterbodies using the group codes' line specifications entered under this option.
3.2.2 LOC - Site Selection and Relocation
Sites from STORET and IFD can be relocated using LOC. The same sites can be assigned to an
RF3 reach either manually or automatically. Original lat/lon values are saved as well as the newly
altered location coordinates. Multiple sites can be manipulated from any map display by pressing
the < PF19> key to display all of the sites. Future implementation with DRINKS and GAGES
is under consideration.
The user must either enter the lat/lon coordinates for the sites to be relocated (or assigned to RF3
reaches) or have generated the information using the GETSITES program. GETSITES is accessed
from the RF3 Master Selection Menu and will retrieve STORET stations and IFD sites based on
a selected area. Chapter 4 provides a brief description of GETSITES. Please refer to the
GETSITES User's Guide for more detailed instructions.
The LOC option is selected from the MDDM Main Menu by entering 'LOC' on the command line
and pressing the < ENTER > key. A tabular display will be initiated. The default will be the last ^
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table information accessed by the user. If this is the user's first time entering LOC, a display of table
Iheadings only will be presented.
There are three basic functions available to the user on this panel:
Manipulate tables,
Select a site, or
Enter symbols and colors for sites.
The first function uses the command line. The second function uses the select column at the far
left hand side of the panel. The third function uses the column at the far right of the panel for
entering symbol and color codes. All color codes greater than zero will be displayed on the map.
Once the user is in the table display, generic commands such as 'DOWN', 'UP', and FIND' can
be used from the command line. Function keys such as page up (PF7) and page down (PF8) can
also be used.
3.2.2.1 Command Line Functions
There are five functions used from the command line for table maintenance:
1.	Add
2.	Autoassign
3.	Clear
4.	Load < dsname >
5.	Save < dsname >
The user is cautioned to clear out the command line once the function has been completed.
Without clearing of the command line, the function will be executed again during any other sub-
sequent key strokes. For exampic, the LOAD command will continue to load the same file and
add it to the end of the current table, thus doubling the size and duplicating all of the sites.
Add
New sites can be added to an existing table or to a new table by typing ADD on the command line
and pressing < ENTER >. A blank line will be displayed and the user can fill in all the fields.
Multiple blank lines can be entered sequentially by repeatedly pressing the < ENTER > key. Once
entry is completed, the user should store the information using the SAVE command described be-
low.
Autoassign
This option will automatically assign ALL sites within the current table to the nearest RF3 reach.
The user enters AUTOASSIGN on the command line and presses the < ENTER > key. Once the
program has completed, the reach assignment will be displayed in the far right column. If the user
wishes to save these assignments, they should use the SAVE command described below.
Clear
This function is used to completely clear the table display. The user enters CLEAR on the com-
mand line and presses < ENTER > . The display will now show only the table headings. The
display is ready for loading a new set of sites. "Hie user should take note: If the LOC table is blank,
the < PF19 > key on the map displays will not function.
Load < dsname >
This function is used to bring up another site file for manipulation. The user enters LOAD
< dsname > on the command line and presses the < ENTER > key. The dsname is a 1 to 8
character name which contains the desired sites. This file is created during the GETSITES program
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or modified during this LOC sessions. It is stored under the user's id and account. This function
will load all of the sites within the file into the table for manipulation.
Save < dsname >
This function is used to save the current site table after relocation or reach assignment of the sites
has been completed. The user enters SAVE < dsname > on the command line and presses the
< ENTER > key. The dsname is a 1 to 8 character name. It can be the same dsname or a new
one. It is stored with the user's id and account as the prefix to the dsname. This function will save
all of the sites within the current table into the dataset.
3.2.2.2 Select Column Functions
Once the user has brought sites into the table, the user can now perform RF3 reach assignment to
the site or move the site's location. Each of these can be done from the table or through a map
display and manipulation. The following commands can be used from the select column:
1.	A - Automatic RF3 Reach Assignment
2.	7 - Display site on a 7.5 minute quad sheet
3.	2 - Display site on a 2 mile by 2 mile map
4.	1 - Display site on a 1 mile by 1 mile map
5.	H - Display site on a hexagon map.
Any of these commands can be entered in the select column. The four map displays (7, 2, 1, and
H) allow the user to visually move ar assign the sites. The user may also enter new lat/lon coor-
dinates in the fields identified by NEWLAT and NEWLON. However, it is advised that the user
process new locations via the map display. Once the user has selected a map, the program will look
for the NEWLAT and NEWLON coordinates. If they exist, the station will be displayed with these
coordinates. If they do not exist, the'station will be displayed with the original coordinates. The
user is directed to Section 3.5 for detailed description of the hydrologic map display and options.
A
Enter an 'A' in the select column for all sites to be assigned automatically to RF3 reaches. Use the
< TAB > key to move from site to site. When all sites have been selected, press the < ENTER >
key. The assignments will now be processed automatically. When the process is completed, the
RF3 reach will appear in the final column.
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Enter a '7' in the select column for all sites to be displayed on a 7.5 minute quad sheet. Use the
< TAB > key to move from site to site. When all sites have been selected, press the < ENTER >
key. The first site will be displayed on a 7.5 minute map. The user can then move the location
or assign the site to an RF3 reach. Refer to Map Options below for more details on these proc-
esses. After the user has completed the first site, press < PF3 > to bring up the next site. Continue
to press < PF3 > until all sites have been processed. The final < PF3 > will return the user to the
table display.
2
Enter a '2' in the select column for all sites to be displayed on a 2 mile by 2 mile map display.
Use the  key to move from site to site. When all sites have been selected, press the
<	ENTER > key. The first site will be displayed on a 2 mile by 2 mile map with the site at the
center. The user can then move the location or assign the site to an RF3 reach. Refer to Map
Options below for more details on these processes. After the user has completed the first site, press
<	PF3 > to bring up the next site. Continue to press < PF3 > until all sites have been processed.
The final < PF3 > will return the user to the table display.
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Enter a '1' in the select column for all sites to be displayed on a 1 mile by 1 mile map display.
|Use the  key to move from site to site. When all sites have been selected, press the
'< ENTER > key. The first site will be displayed on a 1 mile by 1 mile map with the site at the
center. The user can then move the location or assign the site to an RF3 reach. Refer to Map
Options below for more details on these processes. After the user has completed the first site, press
<	PF3 > to bring up the next site. Continue to press < PF3 > until all sites have been processed.
The final < PF3 > will return the user to the table display.
H
Enter an 'H' in the select column for all sites to be displayed on a hexagon map display. Use the
<	TAB > key to move from site to site. When all sites have been selected, press the < ENTER >
key. The first site will be displayed on a hexagon map with the site at the center. The user can then
move the location or assign the site to an RF3 reach. Refer to Map Options below for more details
on these processes. After the user has completed the first site, press < PF3 > to bring up the next
site. Continue to press < PF3 > until all sites have been processed. The final < PF3 > will return
the user to the table display.
3.2.2.3	Symbol and Color Select Column
This table provides two lines of information for each station. The last column in the table, then,
has space for both the symbol and color codes. The user enters in the numeric symbol and/or color
code for those stations they wish to be different from the generic symbol codes entered during
GETS1TES or the default color. Default color value is magenta (pink) color. The symbol (SYM)
is entered on the first line for each station and the color (CLR) is entered on the second line. The
new symbols and colors are used here in LOC and from the hydrologic map displays ( < PF19 > ).
Different symbols or colors can assist the user in differentiating between agency stations or station
types. The subsequent maps can be very informative as to the appropriate locations of, say, water
quality stations upstream and downstream of dischargers. The use of the < PF19 > key during a
display taks advantage of the different symbols and colors.
The standard symbol and color numeric codes are presented in Chapter 2.
3.2.2.4	Map Options
The user has several available options while displaying the various maps:
1.
Help Screen Display
- < PF1 >
2.
Save Map/Report
- < PF2>
3.
Exit to Tabic
- < PF3 >
4.
Select Cities within Map Boundary - < PF4 >
5.
Enable Station Locator
- < PF6>
6.
Enable Reach Locator
- < PF10>
7.
Route Reaches
- < PF11 >
8.
Display Reach Tags
- < PF12>
9.
Display 7.5 Minute Grid
- < PF13>
10.
Display Waterbodies
- < PF14>
11.
Assign Site to Reach
- < PF15>
12.
Display Polygon(s)
- < PF16>
13.
Display DLG Layer
- < PF17 >
14.
Display County Boundaries
- < PF18 >
15.
Display All Sites
- < PF19 >
16.
Create New Site
- < PF20 >
17.
Display Reach Tables
- < PF21 >
18.
Display/Create/Edit Memo Pad
-  key. The user initiates the required option by pressing the associated
key. Several of the options have additional requirements. The user should note that unlike other
hydrologic displays, all RF1, RF2, and RF3 reaches are displayed upon entering the map.
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All of these functions, save one, are generic to all map displays. For detailed descriptions and in-
struction for those functions, the user is directed to Section 3.5. The function which is unique to
LOC is described in the following paragraph.
Exit to Table - < PF3 >
The user will be returned back to the LOC site selection table after pressing the < PF3 > key.
3.2.3	SIT - Site Parameters
This option is not currently functioning. The designed procedures will be to allow the user to se-
lectively retrieve certain parameter values from the STORET sites in the GETSITES option.
3.2.4	DLG - DLG Layers
The DLG option allows the user to set the line specifications for display and printing purposes.
The user must have retrieved the DLG data using the GETDLG program. GETDLG is accessed
from the RF3 Master Selection Menu and will retrieve DLG data based on a quad sheet basis. A
file is created in GETDLG under the user's id and account with the following dataset name struc-
ture:
AAAX999. D LG100 K .dsname
where AAA is the user's id, X999 is the user's account, and the dsname is 1 to 8 characters in
length. Please refer to the GETDLG User's Guide for more detailed instructions. Chapter 4 pro-
vides a brief description of GETDLG.
The DLG option is selected from the RF3 MDDM Main Menu by entering 'DLG' on the com-
mand line and pressing the < ENTER > key. A tabular display will be initiated. The default DLG
file will be the last fde accessed by the user. If this is the user's first time entering DLG, a display
of table headings only will be presented.
The user must enter the fully qualified fde name as described above on the line called 'DLG Data
File Name'. The user must use the  key to move the cursor to this entry field. After
pressing the < ENTER > key, the DLG data will be retrieved. The table will display the line
thickness, line type, line color, and DLG layer description. The user can then enter the line spec-
ifications as desired. The values are entered as two digit codes. The default for each of these is '00'.
When all three of these values are '00', the DLG layer is not displayed or printed. Please refer to
Chapter 2 for the available codes for each line specification variable.
The line thickness and type (dashed, solid, etc.) are most important when printing in black and
white. Colors are most important when displaying on the screen or printing in color. The user
should experiment with their printer's capabilities in order to determine the best combination.
The user can also create an AUXFILE for use within the STORET mapping program. The user
enters AUXiMAKE on the command line, the dsname on the line labeled OUTPUT AUXFILE
NAME, and presses the < ENTER > key. The dsname must be 1 to 8 characters. This file will
then be ready for use with STORET's mapping program. Please refer to STORET Support for
more details on the use of this program.
Once the user has prepared the DLG layers for display, they will need to go back to the RF3
MDDM Main Menu and select the map boundaries. Once inside the display of their choice, the
< PF17> key will display the DLG data. However, if the DLG data do not correspond to the
selected map boundary, nothing will appear on the screen after the < PF17 > key has been pressed.
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3.3 Hydrologic Maps
The user has access to maps from the Expert Menu through three entry points:
1.	Expert Menu - E
2.	U.S. Map - US
3.	State Map - two character state abbreviation
A fourth method, through the LOC procedure, has already been described in previous sections.
The use of each of the three menu choices is described in the following paragraphs.
Many of the selections on these menus and in the hydrologic map display present the user with a
table listing in order to make an additional selection. Once the user is in the table display, generic
commands such as 'DOWN', 'UP', and 'FIND' can be used from the command line. 1-unction
keys such as page up ( < PF7 >) and page down ( < PF8 >) can also be used. Other commands
are explained under each description of the option.
RF3 cannot be displayed on either the U.S. or the state maps. The detail is too great to be visable
at these scales and the time to create these maps is prohibitively long.
3.3.1 E - Expert Menu
The default menu for the hydrologic display can be accessed by pressing the < ENTER > key or
by typing E and then pressing the < ENTER > key. This menu is for the user who desires a
hydrologic map for one of the following types of area boundaries:
Cataloging Unit (CU)
Predefined polygon
Quad map
City/county and state
After the < ENTER > key is pressed, the Expert Menu will appear. The user can either enter di-
rectly or query a list for any of the above boundary types. When the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates of the southeast corner, or the city/county and state are entered, the user may override the
map size: the default map size is 7.5 minutes.
The user can exit the Expert Menu by entering 'X' on the command line and pressing the < EN-
TER > key or by pressing the < PF3 > key.
3.3.1.1	Cataloging Unit (CU)
Any valid eight digit Cataloging Unit (CU) number may be entered. Press the < ENTER > key
after entering the CU number and the hydrologic map (see Section 3.5) will be displayed.
If the user does not know the CU number, they can get a table listing for an EPA region by entering
7R99* where 99 is the numeric value of the EPA region. For example, a list for Region III would
be entered as '?R03'. A table of all the CUs within the region will appear. The list will contain the
CU eight digit number, the CU description and the area of each CU. The user can then select the
CU by placing an 'S' in the select column. The user must press the < PF3 > key to return to the
Expert Menu. The selected CU number will appear in the CU field. The user must press < EN-
TER > again to display the hydrologic map.
3.3.1.2	Polygon Name
A predefined polygon can be selected for the boundary of the map display. National boundaries,
such as Soil Conservation Service watershed boundaries, will be available to all users. The polygon
name must be 1 to 8 characters in length. Any user defined polygons must reside in the user's li-
brary 'AAAX999.INCLUDE.LIB'. Please refer to Section 4.1, Creating External Polygons, for
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complete details on the required file structure. This library must be a partitioned dataset. Please
refer to the 1SPF Utilities (Option 3), or contact NCC Technical User Support services or your
local contact for more details on allocating this dataset.
After entering a valid polygon name, a hydrologic map will be displayed. See Section 3.5 for details
on the hydrologic map display and options.
3.3.1.3 Quad Map - Southeast Latitude and Longitude Coordinates
The latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast comer must be entered in degrees, minutes,
and seconds format with leading zeros entered:
DDMMSS - latitude format
DDDMMSS - longitude format
Valid minute and second (MMSS) values are:
0000
0730
1500
2230
3000
3730
4500
5230
Once the lat/lon coordinates are entered, the user can then override the map size. See the Map Size
section below for valid values.
Press the < ENTER > key after entering the latitude and longitude coordinates of the southeast
corner and the map size. The hydrologic map (see Section 3.5) for the latitude and longitude co-
ordinates of the southeast corner will be displayed.
If the users is unfamiliar with the quad map lat/lon coordinate designations, they can select a map
from a list of quad maps for a state. The user enters "?AA" where AA is the two character state
code to retrieve the listing. They can then select the quad map for display by placing an 'S' in the
select column and pressing the < ENTER > key. The user must press the < PF3 > key to get back
to the Expert Menu. The lat/lon coordinates from the selected quad map are now displayed in the
appropriate fields. The user must now press < ENTER > again to display the hydrologic map.
3.3.1.5 City I County and State
This map selection will display the quad map which encompasses the selected city or county. Any
valid city/county and state may be entered. The city or county must be input with the exact spelling
and the state must be the two character abbreviation. The map size can be overridden at this point.
See the Map Size section below for valid values. Press the < ENTER > key after entering the city
or county, the state, and the map size. The hydrologic map (see Section 3.5) for the city (or county)
and state will be displayed.
The user can also select a city from a table listing. By entering only the two character state code,
a list of cities within the state is generated. Simply enter an 'S' in the select column for the desired
city, press < ENTER >, then < PF3 > to return to the menu. NOTE: only cities with nonzero
coordinates are acceptable selections.
The user must enter the map size desired when the latitude and longitude coordinates of the
southeast comer, or a city/county and state are entered. The default is 7.5 minutes. Valid values
for map size are:
3.3.1.6 Map Size
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3.3.2 U.S. Map Display
The second entry mode to a hydrologic map is accessed by typing US and pressing the < EN-
TER > key. When choosing the U.S. option, a map of the Continental United States (see Figure
1) will be displayed with all the states abbreviated. The user can perform several procedures from
the U.S. map. The following commands are available to the user via the specified function keys
on the U.S. map display:
1. Help Screen Display
- < PF1 >
2. Exit to Menu
< PF3 >
3. Select City
< PF4>
4. Toggle On/Off State Abbrev.
- 
5. Display RF3 Status
- < PF7>
6. Display Waterbodies
- 
7. Display Polygon(s)
- < PF16>
8. Display DLG Layer
- < PF17 >
9. Display County Boundaries
- < PF18>
10. Display/Create/Edit Memo, Pad
- < PF24>
frhose options which are generic to all map displays arc described in Section 3.5. Those options
Avhich are unique to the U.S. map are described in the following paragraphs.
The user can also select a state with the pointing device and a map of the state selected will appear.
After the state has been selected, the user will be in the State Map Display mode. See Chapter 3.3.3
for more details on the State Map display.
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SELECT STATE USING TABLET P 0 I:: T E F
Figure 1. United States Map.
3.3.2.1	Exit to Menu - < PF3 >
If the user is in a table display, pressing the < PF3 > key will return to the U.S. map. If the user
is in the U.S. map display, pressing the < PF3> key will return to the RF3 MDDM Main Menu.
3.3.2.2	Select City - < PF4 >
To select cities for display on the U.S. map, the user presses the < PF4> key. The user will be
prompted to enter a city or county name. If the user wishes to retrieve cities for an entire state, they
should leave this field blank. After entering the city or county, or leaving it blank, the user presses
the < ENTER > key. The user is then prompted for the two character state code. This Geld is
required. After entering the state code, the user should press the < ENTER > key. The program
will then search for the specific city, or all cities within the county and state.
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A table listing of all cities will be presented to the user. Many cities will have lat/lon coordinates
equal to zero. Only those cities which have nonzero coordinates can be displayed on the map.
rThe user selects the cities for display on the map by entering an 'S' in the select column. The user
may choose as many cities as they desire. Use the < TAB > key to move from city to city or
PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN to view more selections. Press the < ENTER > key to register the
selections. Pressing < PF3 > from the city table will return the user to the U.S. map and the cities
will be displayed.
3.3.2.3	Toggle On/Off State Abbreviations - < PF5 >
Pressing the < PF5 > key will toggle the state abbreviation codes on or off.
3.3.2.4	Display RF3 Status - < PF7 >
By pressing the < PF7 > key, the user will get a graphical display on the status of the RF3 pro-
duction effort. Since only portions of the U.S. have been funded and the rest is currently under
production, there is not complete RF3 coverage of the entire U.S. The display uses the CU
boundaries as indicators. Yellow CUs are under production and red CUs are available through the
supporting software. Any area which is clear has either not been started or has not received fund-
ing.
3.3.3 State Map Display
The third entry mode to a hydrologic map is accessed by typing a two character state abbreviation
code. The user enters the state code and presses the < ENTER > key. The selected state (see
Figure 2) will then be displayed following the entry. This entry bypasses the map of the United
States. The state map display can be used to identify CU boundaries and numbers as well as cities
and counties within the state. Latitude and longitude coordinates for various map sizes can be
(obtained using the 7.5, 15, 30 or 60 minute grid commands. By using a pointing device, the user
can display a detailed hydrologic map (see Chapter 3.5) for a particular CU or a quad map by se-
lecting a latitude and longitude coordinate from one of the grid displays.
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KENTUCKY
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Figure 2. State Map.
The following options are available from the state map display:
1.	Help Screen Display	- 
2.	Exit		- < PF3 >
3.	Select City	- < PF4 >
4.	Display RF3 Status	- < PF7 >
5.	Display CU Boundaries	- < PF8 >
6.	Display 7.5 Minute Grid	- 
7.	Display 15 Minute Grid	- 
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8.	Display 30 Minute Grid	- < PF11 >	^
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.9.
Display 60 Minute (1 degree) Grid
- < PF12>
HO.
Display Waterbodies
- < PF14>
11.
Display Polygon(s)
- 
12.
Display DLG Layer
- < PF17 >
13.
Display County Boundaries
- 
14.
Display/Create/Edit Memo Pad
- < PF24 >
Those options which are generic to all map displays are described in Section 3.5. Those options
which are unique to the state map are described in the following paragraphs.
3.3.3.2	Exit - 
If the user is on a table, pressing the < PF3 > key will return to the state map. If the user is in a
state map display, pressing the < PF3> key will return back to the RF3 MDDM Main Menu.
The user will not go back to the U.S. map even though they may have entered the state map via
the U.S. map.
3.3.3.3	Select City - < PF4 >
To select cities for display on the state map, the user presses the < PF4> key. The user will be
prompted to enter a city or county name. If the user wishes to retrieve cities for an entire state, they
should leave this first field blank. After entering the city or county, or leaving it blank, the user
presses the < ENTER > key. The user is then prompted for the two character state code. This
field is required. After entering the state code, the user should press the < ENTER > key. The
program will then search for the specific city, or all cities within the county or state.
table listing of all cities will be presented to the user. Many cities have lat/lon coordinates equal
to zero. Only those cities which have nonzero coordinates can be displayed on the map. The user
selects the cities for display on the state map by entering an 'S' in the select column. The user may
choose as many cities as they desire. Use the  key to move from city to city or PAGE
UP/PAGE DOWN to view more selections. Press the < ENTER > key to register the selections.
Pressing < PF3 > from the city table will return the user to the state map and the cities will be
displayed.
3.3.3.4	Display RF3 Status - < PF7 >
By pressing the < PF7> key, the user will get a graphical display of the status of the RF3 pro-
duction effort. Since only portions of the U.S. have been funded and the rest is currently under
production, there is not complete RF3 coverage of the entire U.S. The display uses the CU
boundaries as indicators. Yellow CUs are under production and red CUs are available through the
supporting software. Any area which is clear has either not been started or has not received fund-
ing.
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3.3.3.5 Display Catalog Unit (CU) Boundaries - 
Pressing the < PF8 > key will display the CU boundaries and numbers within the state (Figure 3).
Pressing the < PF8> key again will remove the CU boundaries and numbers. To display the
hydrologic map for a particular CU, use the pointing device to select the CU. Note that the pointer
or cursor must be on the number of the desired CU.
KENTUCKY
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3.3.3.6 Display 7.5 Minute Grid - < PF9 >
Pressing the < PF9> key will display a screen with a 7.5 minute grid over the state map (Figure
4). This new screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a specific point,
access the hydrologic map for that point, or return to the state map.
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if he pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen. Pressing the
< PF1 > key will display the hydrologic map (see Chapter 3.5) for the latitude and longitude co-
ordinates selected. Pressing the < PF24> key will return to the state map without the grid.
KENTUCKY
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3.3.3.7 Display 15 Minute Grid- 
Pressing the < PF10> key will display a new screen with a 15 minute grid over the state map
(Figure 5). This new screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a spe-
cific point, access the hydrologic map for that point, or return to the state map.
The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
'dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen. Pressing the
< PF1 > key will display the hydrologic map (see Chapter 3.5) for the latitude and longitude co-
ordinates selected. Pressing the < PF24> key will return to the state map without the grid.
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KENTUCKY
USE Pi;/ LOCiTOf TO ETyRN CUPPENT "l'i I / LONC"cOOPDS !'	L - T - J 5 . 7 5 C !
PPI . OiSP m  P USING SELECTED l:I/LOnC COOROS. PF2I. Exit S E l LONG - Ool T5-:
Figure 5. Display IS Minute Grid - .
3.3.3.8 Display 30 Minute Grid  < PFl 1 >
Pressing the < PFl 1 > key will display a screen with a 30 minute grid over the state map (Figure
6). This new screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a specific point,
access the hydrologic map for that point, or return to the state map.
The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen. Pressing the
< PFl > key will display the hydrologic map (see Chapter 3.5) for the latitude and longitude co-
ordinates selected. Pressing the < PF24 > key will return to the state map without the grid.
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K~E N T UC -K Y
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Figure 6. Display 30 Minute Grid - < PF11 > .
3.3.3.9 Display I-Degree Grid - 
Pressing the < PF12> key will display a screen with a 1-degree or 60 minute grid over the state
map (Figure 7). This new screen allows the user to obtain latitude and longitude coordinates for a
specific point, access the hydro logic ^nap for that point, or return to the state map.
The pointing device can be used to select a point on the map and the latitude and longitude coor-
dinates for the point will be displayed at the bottom right hand side of the screen. Pressing the
< PF1 > key will display the hydrologic map (see Chapter 3.5) for the latitude and longitude co-
ordinates selected. Pressing the < PF24> key will return to the state map without the grid.
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Figure 7. Display I -Degree Grid - .
3.4 Nongraphics Terminal Users
There are no programs implemented to date to support the generation of maps for nongraphics
terminal users. There are several programs "on the drawing board' which will be implemented as
time and money exist. However, at this time, there are no options available to the nongraphics
terminal user.
These users should take note, however, that ALL other functions within the RF3 software are
available for nongraphics terminals. All mentis, tables, export options and report printing can be
utilized by this family of users. Only the interactive map displays cannot be accessed.
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J.5 Hydrologic Map Display
^The hydrologic map displays detailed graphics of the Reach File. Streams, lakes, shorelines, right
and left banks of wide rivers within the boundaries of the map are color coded for better represen-
tation. The user can selectively retrieve those reaches identified during RF1 production, RF2 pro-
duction or RF3 production. Various types of additional information can be displayed in
conjunction with the reaches. Cities, county boundaries and user polygons can be directly overlaid
on a reach display. Water quality stations and dischargers can also be displayed and manipulated
on the maps. The user can obtain information about specific stations and dischargers displayed
on the map by using a pointing device. Relocation of stations and dischargers can be performed
in addition to the assignment of these sites to reaches.
The
following list contains the options available while displaying the hydrologic maps:
1.
Help Screen Display
- < PF1 >
2.
Save Map/Report
- < PF2>
3.
Exit
- < PF3 >
4.
Select City within Map Boundaries - < PF4 >
5.
Shift Map
- < PF5 >
6.
Enable Station Locator
- < PF6 >
7.
Display RF1
- < PF7 >
8.
Display RF2
- < PF8 >
.
Display RF3
- < PF9>
10.
Enable Reach Locator
- < PF10>
11.
Route Reaches
- < PF11 >
12.
Display Reach Tags
- 
13.
Display 7.5 Minute Grid
- < PF13 >
14.
Display Waterbodies
- < PFI4>
15.
Assign Site to Reach
- 
16.
Display Polygon(s)
- 
17.
Display DLG Layer
- < PF17>
18.
Display County Boundaries
- < PF18 >
19.
Display All Sites
- < PF19 >
20.
Create New Site
- < PF20>
21.
Display Reach Table
- < PF21 >
22.
Display/Create/Edit Memo Pad
- < PF24 >
The first 14 options (except < PF1 > help key) are displayed on the left hand side of the map dis-
play. The rest can be displayed by pressing the Help key, < PF1 > . The user initiates the required
l>ption by pressing the associated key. Several of the options have additional selections which are
discussed in the sections below.
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3.5.1 Hydrologic Map Colors
When displaying the Reach File, a number code (1, 2, or 3) will appear on the top line of the dis-
play to distinguish when the reaches became a part of the Reach File. When ail of RF3 is dis-
played, all three numbers appear. The hydrologic map uses color to distinguish different reach
types displayed on the screen. The following is a list of the colors used for displaying these features
on the map screen.
RF3 DATA	DISPLAY COLOR
Streams	Cyan
Lakes	Blue
Shoreline	Red
R/L Boundaries	Blue
Others	White
Help screens are available from any menu, table or map. The < PF1 > key will initiate the help
screens. The user may also type HELP on the command line and press the < ENTER > key to
initiate these screens. The user may be given choices of additional help screens, or can scroll
through a series by pressing the < ENTER > key. Additional help screens are selected by entering
the number on the command line and presing the < ENTER > key. When the user wants to return
to the menu, table or screen, they press the < PF3 > key.
Pressing the < PF2 > key will save the map displayed and reports that correspond to the map.
Enter a 1 to 8 character file name. See Chapter 3.6 for specific instructions on how to print the
resulting map and reports. It is advised that the user turn on the reach tags with < PF12 > if the
report is to be used to identify reaches on the map display. Tags can be left turned off when the
map is to be used for other purposes.
If the user is in a table display, pressing the < PF3 > key will return to the previous map displayed.
If the user is in a map display, pressing the < PF3> key will return to the RF3 Expert Menu.
3.5.5 Select City within Map Boundaries - < PF4 >
A list of all the cities within the map boundary will be displayed upon pressing the < PF4 > key.
The user can then select a city for display upon the map by entering an 'S' in the select column.
The user must press the < ENTER > key to register the selections. Pressing < PF3 > from the
City table will return the user to the map and the selected cities will be displayed on the map.
This option is available during quad map displays only. This type of map display is selected from
any of the grid selections or a city/state selection. Pressing the < PF5 > key allows the user to shift
the latitude and longitude map being displayed in any direction up to eight times. After the
<	PF5 > key is pressed, the user must move the cursor using the < TAB > key to the field next
to the Shift option and enter "U" (up), "D" (down), 'R' (right), or 'L* (left). The user may enter
these options up to eight times depending on how they want the map to shift. Pressing the
<	PF5 > key again will display the map for the new coordinates. A "N/A" indicator will appe-'
next to the Shift option if the map displayed is a CU or polygon map.
3.5.2 Help Screen(s) - < PF1 >
3.5.3 Save Map and Reports - < PF2 >
3.5.4 Exit - < PF3 >
3.5.6 Shift Map - < PF5 >
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3.5.7 Enable Site Locator - < PF6 >
Pressing the < PF6 > key once will enable the pointing device to "pick" a site when multiple sites
are displayed. If the user has used the pointing device previously as a Reach Locator ( < PF10 > ),
they must first disable the pointing device by pressing < PF10 > once again.
The < PFI9> key should be pressed prior to the < PF6> in order to display all sites from the
LOC table. The pointing device can then be used to select any of the displayed sites for assignment
to an RF3 reach ( < PF15 >) or to move its location ( < PF6 > again). Once selected, the site will
turn from purple to red and the site id will be displayed on the map. If there is only one site on
the map, and it is already red and the user should proceed to the next step. If it is purple, the user
must select it prior to proceeding to the next step.
Press the < PF 15 > key at this time to assign the site to the nearest reach.
Press the < PF6 > key again to use the pointing device to move the site location. The original
location and the new location will both be displayed on the screen. The new location will have the
station id along side of it. Press the < PF 15 > key at this time to assign the site to the nearest reach
based on the new location.
Press the < PF6 > key again to turn the pointing device off. This also "will "lock in" the new site
location.
Repeat this process for each site to be relocated or assigned to a reach.
3.5.8	Display RF1 - 
Display of the reaches must begin with pressing the < PF7 > key. The user cannot simply go
straight to the < PF9 > key. Each layer must be processed in order. The user presses the < PF7 >
kto display the traces for the reaches included in RF1. AT will appear on the top line of the dis-
play.
3.5.9	Display RF2 - < PF8 >
The user presses the < PF8 > key to display the traces for the reaches included in the RF2. A '  T
will appear on the top line of the display.
3.5.10 Display RF3 - 
The user presses the < PF9 > key to display the traces for the reaches included in the RF3. A 123'
will appear on the top line of the display.
3.5.11 Enable Reach Locator - 
Pressing the < PF10 > key will enable the pointing device to "pick" a reach. If the user has used
the pointing device previously as a Station Locator ( < PF6 >), they must first disable the pointing
device by pressing < PF6> once again.
The pointing device can now be used to select a reach in order to display information about the
reach or closed body of water. The selected reach will be highlighted in yellow and the additional
information will be displayed in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. Closed bodies of water,
such as lakes, reservoirs and wide rivers, will have an acreage calculated for the closed surface area.
Names are displayed if one exists.
tThis key also allows the user to select reaches for routing when the < PF11 > key has been pressed.
Press the < PF10 > key again to turn the pointing device off.
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3.5.12 Route Reaches - < PF11 >
Pressing the < PF11 > key begins the procedure for determining a path between two reaches. This
is also called "routing" reaches. Once the < PF11 > key is pressed, other keys change functions:
	< PF12> - STAR - Enter Start Reach on this line
	< PF13 > - TERM - Enter Terminal Reach on this line
	< PF14> - DIRECTION - Enter the direction of the route, Up or Down, on this line.
The user needs to use the < TAB > key to locate the cursor at each of these lines. The start and
terminal reaches can either be entered directly from the keyboard or by using the pointing device
to select the reach. The full CU-SEG-MI must be entered onto the line. The pointing device must
be enabled to select reaches using the < PF10 > key.
Once these three values have been entered, the user presses the < ENTER > key to begin the
routing algorithm. Now the reaches in between the start and terminal reaches will be highlighted.
A 'down" direction will choose only those reaches directly in the path between the start and ter-
minal reach. An 'up* direction will choose ALL reaches which feed into the system between the
start and terminal reaches.
Press the < PF11 > key to turn off the routing and reset the other keys to their original functions
Pressing the < PF12> key will display numbers, or 'tags', for each of the reaches on the map
display. These tags can be used to identify the reach numbers on the report which is created by
pressing the < PF2 > key. Press the < PF12 > key again to turn the tags off.
Pressing the < PF13 > key will display a screen with a 7.5 minute grid over the map. This option
is recommended for CU displays only in order for the user to identify the quad map most appro-
priate for their needs. By enabling the pointing device to a site locator ( < PF6 >) and pressing the
button of the pointing device while on the comer of the quad map, the user can identify the decimal
coordinates of the quad map. These numbers can be translated into DDMMSS format and used
to select the quad map from the RF3 Expert Menu.
NOTE: Once the grid is turned on, it cannot be turned off. The user must exit back to the Expert
Menu and reselect the area. Therefore, it is advised that the grid be turned on only when trying to
determine the coordinates for a quad map.
Any waterbody which has been setup and selected via the WBS menu selection will be displayed
after pressing the < PF14> key. All line colors, types and weight setup during the WBS process
will be used to display the waterbodies on the current map.
When initiating this option, the current map will not be refreshed. Instead, the waterbodies will
be displayed on top of the existing screen display. Since waterbodies are duplications of the RF3
traces, they will be obscured by any existing RF3 display. Therefore, it is recommended that
waterbodies be displayed instead of RF3.
If the boundaries of the current map and the selected waterbodies do not correspond, r"
waterbodies will be displayed.
3.5.13 Display Reach Tags - 
3.5.14 Display 7.5 Minute Grid - 
3.5.15 Display Waterbodies - 
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k3.5.16 Assign Site to Reach - < PF15>
First, press the < PF6> key to enable the pointing device as a station/site locator. Then, select
the site with the pointing device. Now, press the < PF15 > key. The selected site will be assigned
to the nearest RF3 reach. If the site has been moved, the assignment will be based upon the new
location. If the site has not been moved, the assignment will be based upon the original location.
This same procedure can be used on a new site. First, press < PF20 > to add a site. Once the
location has been set, press the < PF15 > key to assign it to the nearest reach.
3.5.17 Display Polygon(s) - 
A predefined polygon can be selected for the display on the current map by pressing the < PF16 >
key. The user is presented with a list containing the names of the polygons and a brief description.
The use simply enters a color and pattern number next ot each polygon desired. Refer to Chapter
2 for details on the numberic codes. Press < ENTER > to register the codes. Press < PF3 > to
return to the map.
Once selected, the polygon(s) will be overlayed onto the current display. If the boundaries of the
current map and the selected polygon(s) do not intersect, no polygon will be displayed.
All user defined polygons must reside in the user's library 'AAAX999.fNCLUDE.LIB'. This library
must be a partitioned dataset. Please refer to ISPF Utilities (Option 3) or contact NCC Technic^
User Support services or your local representative for more details on allocating this dataset. Please
refer to Section 4.1, Creating External Polygons, for complete details on the required format for the
file structure describing the polygon.
^3.5.18 Display DLG Layer - 
If a DLG layer has been selected and setup via the DLG MDDM menu option, it will be displayed
on the current map after pressing the < PFI7 ^ key. All colors and layers selected during DLG
will be used to display the information. If the boundaries of the current map and the DLG selection
do not correspond, no DLG will be displayed.
3.5.19	Display County Boundaries - 
Pressing the < PF18 > key will initiate this option. The user will be asked to enter a two character
state code. The program then finds the county boundaries for the map and will display these
boundaries in purple.
3.5.20	Display All Sites - 
Pressing the < PF19 > key will display all sites within the current LOC table. The sites will be the
colors and symbols selected during the LOC MDDM menu option. The user can then use the
 key to select a site for more information,  for an RF3 reach assignment or
< PF6 > for relocation. If the user has not previously entered a table through the LOC selection,
the system will give you a message that the table was not open. The user needs first to go into LOC
and load a station/site table. The tables are created via GETSITES from the RF3 Master Selection
Menu. Please refer to Chapter 4 for a brief description of GETSITES.
3.5.21 Create New Site - < PF20>
|Pressing the < PF20 > key will allow the user to create a new site for the existing LOC table. The
pointing device will automatically be turned on and set for a site locator. The user will have to:
1. Enter a nine (9) character site id at the PF12 line,
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2.	Enter a nine (9) character description at line PF13 line,
3.	Select the site location with the pointing device,
4.	Press the < ENTER > key.
The user can enter as many sites as desired by repeatedly pressing the < PF20 > key. All sites will
be entered into the current LOC table. If no table has been opened, the mainframe system will
abend and kick the user out of the RF3 system. NOTE: this will be fixed in the very near future.
3.5.22 Display Reach List - < PF21 >
All of the reaches in the current display will be presented in a table format after pressing the
< PF21 > key. The reach number, reach type, and reach name (if available) will be presented.
3.5.23 Display/Create/Edit Memo Pad - < PF24 >
The < PF24 > key will bring up a list of datasets which are available to the user for creating notes
about the map, reading the latest additions to the RF3 software or reading other notes. Each is in
a file and can be selected by entering an 'S' in the select column. The user returns to the map
display by pressing < PF3> twice. The first time will close the current memo file and the second
will leave the memo file list.
3.6 Save/Print jDelete Map and Report Functions
3.6.1 Save Map and Report
The Save Map and Report function ( < PF2 >) allows the user to save the map displayed on the
screen. This function also saves reports that relate to the map displayed. The user can print the
map and reports from the PRTMDDM option of the RF3 Master Selection Menu.
The maps saved will be identical to the map displayed at the time the Save function < PF2 > key
was pressed. For example, if the stations are turned on, they will appear on the saved map. If the
stations are not on, they will not appear on the saved map. The tag numbers in the reports corre-
spond to the reaches within the map. The user should display the reach tag numbers ( < PF12 > )
if the corresponding report is to be used to refer to the reaches on the map.
Pressing the < PF2 > key will display a prompt that requires data input of a user-assigned map
name (Figure 8). The map name must be at least two characters, but not more than eight charac-
ters long. The name entered will be used for both the map and the report files. The map display
will be saved as an ADMGDF file and the reports will be saved as a MDDMRPT.DATA file.
The report file will be in SCRIPT format.
Once the user enters a map name, the user must press the < ENTER > key to save the map and
reports. The user will then return to the previous screen. If the user does not want to save the map,
pressing the < PF3 > key will exit the command.
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3.6.2 Printing and/or Deleting the Map and Reports
Printing the map and reports can be accomplished from the RF3 Master Selection Menu under
option 11, PRTMDDM. The PRTMDDM Map and Report Utility screen will display a scrollable
list of saved map and report files. The user must tab down to the file(s) he wants to print and type
P next to it. If the user wants to delete a file, he must type D next to it. The user can print and/or
delete as many files as he chooses.
After all files have been flagged for printing or deleting, the user must press the < PF3 > key or type
END. If the user is deleting files, a screen will appear to confirm the file(s) being deleted (Figure
9). The user must press the < ENTER > key to confirm the deletions or press the < PF3 > key
or type END to cancel the delete command.
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		 UOOM mod o n d Re do r t CONFIRM DELETE
COMMAND --->
Confirn Deletion oI Dotoset Members CkSaO*'.t^MCDF(HEPNDON ^
P K $ A 0 4 1 . M D 0 M R P T D*TA(hRNuON
Press E ft t  r to Confirm DeIeIt
ntr ns or Press P F 3 lo Cone e I Deletion
Figure 9. Delete Confirmation Screen.
If the user is printing files, a screen will be displayed requiring information for the print output to
be routed correctly (Figure 10). The user must input his BIN NUMBER, FIMAS ID, and
PRINTER DESTINATION. The JOB TIME and PRIORITY fields have.default values that are
set so jobs run overnight at the least expensive rate, but these values can be overridden. Note that
the printer must be a graphics 3820 printer or an IBM 3800-3 laser printer.
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JO	(joo Time I" seconds)
2	(JoO priority;
C 8 1 2	( Ul r o key. GDDM allows the user to enlarge or reduce the map
on the screen to show specific details of the map. The user may also print or save the map dis-
played through GDDM.
The following list of commands are available through GDDM:
1.	Turn Menu Off	- 
2.	Center	- < PF2 >
3.	End/Exit	- < PF3 >
1.4.	Output	- < PF4 >
'5.	Zoom In	- < PF5>
6.	Zoom Out - < PF6 >
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8.	Return	- 
9.	Reset	- 
3.7.1 Accessing GDDM - 
Press the < PA3 > key from any map screen and the GDDM menu (Figure 11) will be displayed.
All GDDM functions are now available to the user for more detailed displays.
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3.7.2 No Menu - < PF1 >
Pressing the < PF1 > key will turn on and off the display of the GDDM menu. The options of
the menu still function when the menu is not displayed.
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3.7.3	Center - < PF2 >
Pressing the < PF2 > key will move (pan) a selected area to the center of the map. After the
<	PF2 > key is pressed, a cross will appear in the center of the map. The user must use the
pointing device to select the point to be centered.
3.7.4	End (Exit) - 
Pressing the < PF3 > key will end the GDDM current menu and return to the previous menu or
screen display.
3.7.5	Output - < PF4>
Pressing the < PF4 > key allows the user to print, plot, or save the map displayed. .After the
<	PF4 > key is pressed, an Output menu (Figure 12) requiring data input will appear.
The user must give the file a name and press the < PF2 > key in order to store the map. The file
will be stored as an ADMGDF file. Pressing the < PF3> key will return to the GDDM main
menu. To print or plot, the user must enter the name of the printer or plotter to produce the
output and press the < PF4 > key.
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3.7.6 Zoom In - < PF5 >
Pressing the < PF5> key will allow the user to enlarge any section of the map displayed (Figure
13). After pressing the < PF5> key, the user must use the pointing device to select the diagonal
comers of the area to be viewed.
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3.7.7 Zoom Out - < PF6 >
Pressing the < PF6 > key will allow the user to reduce any section of the map displayed. After
pressing the < PF6 > key, the user must use the pointing device to select the diagonal comers of
the area to be reduced.
3.7.8 Draft Draw - < PF8 >
Pressing the < PF8 > key allows the user to alter the map displayed. The Draft Draw option is
Ect in GDDM, but it is used in RF3 MDDM. After pressing the < PF8 > key, the user must return
RF3 MDDM to use the Draft Draw option. To return to normal operation, the user must ac-
ss GDDM and press the < PF8 > key.
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3.7.9	Return - < PF9 >
Pressing the < PF9> key will exit the GDDM program and return to RF3 MDDM. Note that
pressing the < PA3 > key has the same effect as the < PF9 > key.
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SUPPORT SOFTWARE
The usability of RF3 MDDM begins with an understanding of the supporting information, such
as RF3, STORET, IFD, etc. The second step is utilising some of the other support software, both
RF3 and NCC systems, to assist the user in accomplishing their assigned task. This chapter de-
scribes briefly the use of additional RF3 software as well as some of the standard NCC systems.
4.1 Creating External Polygons
The user can create polygons to form a retrieval or overlay specific to the user's requirements. The
polygon must be created using one of the following:
1.	PCRF personal computer program
2.	GDDM mainframe program (not yet available)
j3. Graphics program which outputs into ascii format.
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The PCRF polygon and the ascii polygon can be loaded directly into RF3 MDDM through the
proper dataset name. The user should upload this ascii file to a user dataset with the following
name:
AAAX999.1NCLUDE.LIB(dsname)
where AAA is the user's id, X999 is the user's account, INCLUDE.LIB is standard, and the dsname
is a 1 to 8 character identifier. The INCLUDE.LIB are essential: RF3 MDDM looks for all
polygons within this partitioned dataset. For more information on allocating a partitioned dataset,
please refer to ISPF Utilities (Option 3) or contact either NCC Technical User Support Services
or your local support personnel.
The record format for a polygon consists of a header record followed by one or more coordinate
records. A polygon file can contain up to 100 individual polygons. The header record layout is:
COLUMN	FORMAT	DESCRIPTION
1 - 8	Integer	8-digit identifier for the polygon
41-49	Character	Entity type (e.g. "POLYGON')
54 - 103	Character	Entity name
The header record is followed by one or more latitude/longitude coordinate records. The record
format is:
COLUMN	FORMAT	DESCRIPTION
1 - 8	Real (8.4) Latitude in decimal degrees
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9-16 Real (8.4) Longitude in decimal degrees
There is no practical limit to the number of coordinates that can be associated with any particular
polygon.
Prior to using either LOC or the  site display key, the user must have access to the
STORET and IFD site information. GETSITES provides the access to STORET and IFD and
creates the file necessary for LOC. GETSITES can be accessed from the RF3 Master Selection
Menu. The user needs to have ready the area for which sites are to be retreived. The area can be
a CU, a quad map or a user specified polygon. All stations and sites within the area are retrieved
and presented to the user in a matrix format. The user can then selectively choose which sites to
save for display and manipulation. A file is created under the user's id and account for a specified
dataset name, 1 to 8 characters in length. This file is then retrieved during LOC to establish the
sites for manipulation.
The user is directed to the GETSITES User's Guide for more detailed instructions on the use of
GETSITES.
Prior to using either DLG on the Expert Menu or the < PF17> DLG display key during a map
display, the user must have access to the DLG information. GETDLG provides the access to the
tape files of DLG and creates the file necessary for DLG. GETDLG can be accessed from the RF3
Master Selection Menu. The only area which can be used for retrieval is a quad map. All DLG
information, including layer designations, within the quad map are retrieved. The user saves the
information for later retrieval by DLG in a new dataset. A file is created under the user's id and
account for a specified dataset name, 1 to 8 characters in length. This new file is then retrieved
during DLG to establish the layers and colors and line types for display. The user is directed to the
GETDLG User's Guide for more detailed instructions on the use of GETDLG.
The user also has the option of creating a psuedo-DLG file. Any information which follows the
formats given below can be entered as a DLG file using the naming convention described above.
The record format for a DLG entity consists of a header record followed by one or more coordinate
records. A DLG file can contain up to 100 entities. The header record layout is:
41-49 Character Entity type (e.g. "COUNTY')
54 - 103 Character Entity name
The header record is followed by one or more latitude/longitude coordinate records. The record
format is:
4.2 Use of GETSITES
4.3 Use of GETDLG
COLUMN	FORMAT	DESCRIPTION
1 - 8	Integer 8-digit identifier for the entity
COLUMN	FORMAT	DESCRIPTION
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REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT
USER'S GUIDE
October 16 th, 1990
William B. Samuels
Science Applications International Corporation
1710 Goodridge Drive
McLean, Virginia 22102
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Abstract
This document provides a user's guide to the reach pollutant assessment software. Example exe-
cutions of six programs: RPA3, RPAST, RPLOT, EX1, EX2, and EX3 are presented. These
programs produce both tabular and graphical portrayal of the results. A reach pollutant assessment
can be generated for either a state or a cataloging unit. The software allows the user to produce
19 different reports relating to the abundance and distribution of priority pollutants. Included in
these reports is a detailed accounting of the priority pollutants found in the water column, sediment,
fish tissue, NPDES permit limits, Form 2(c) submittals, the pollutants predicted in the NPDES
discharge effluent, Toxic Release Inventory, and 304(1) short list. Individual reports list the reach
numbers and names, NPDES permit number, and the STORET agency/station identification code
which correspond to the distribution of priority pollutants. A summary table is produced which
compares the distribution of priority pollutants to lists of pollutants where State water quality cri-
teria have been adopted and where EPA 304(a) water quality guidance has been issued. This table
also shows the pollutants which are candidates for criteria adoption.
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Preface
This software was developed by Science Applications International Corporation under contract to
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (contract number 68-03-3509). The EPA work as-
signment manager was Mr. Phillip Taylor, Assessment and Watershed Protection Division. The
SAIC work assignment manager was Mr. Steven Mitchell, Environmental Technology Group.
Recent upgrades to the software were made through EPA contract number 68-C9-0013, work as-
signments # 0-5 and 1-S. The EPA work assignment manager was Mr. David Moon, Criteria and
Standards Division. The software was developed by Dr. William B. Samuels, Ms. Fariba
Gholizadeh and Mr. Andrew Harouse.
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INTRODUCTION 	 I
BACKGROUND 	 1
SOFTWARE DESIGN 	 1
iVIETHODOLOGY 	3
Data Sources 		3
Source (1): Short List dBase File 		3
Source (2): Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Database 		3
Source (3): The RPAS Software 		4
Source (4): STORET Data Not Used by RPAS 		4
Source (5): State Adopted Water Quality Criteria 		4
Source (6): EPA Section 304(a) Water Quality Criteria 		4
Constructing the Candidate List of Priority Pollutants Requiring 	4
1)	Execute Program RPA3 		5
2)	Execute Program RPAST		5
3)	Execute Program EX2 		5
4)	Execute Program EX3 		5
5)	Execute Program EX 1 		5
Summary of Information 	6
Facility Information 		6
Water Quality Information 		6
Priority Pollutant Data 		6
Priority Industries Included in this Analysis 		6
Additional Information 		7
Example of a Hydrologic unit code 		8
THE REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT ALGORITHM 	9
FACILITY DATA SCREENING 	 9
Permit Limit Check 			 9
Form 2(c) check 	9
SIC Code Check 	 9
Permit Limit Check 	 9
Form 2(c) Check 	 9
Indirects Check 	 10
WATER QUALITY SCREENING 	 10
Water Column Check 	 10
Sediment Check 	 10
Fish Tissue Check 	 10
RESULTS 			 II
Program RPA3	 12
Example execution of RPA3 for a state 	 12
Program RPLOT 	 15
Example execution of RPLOT with SEEPLOT output 	 15
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Program RPAST 	 20
PROGRAM EX1 	 22
PROGRAM EX2 	 23
PROGRAM EX3 	 24
APPENDICES - EXAMPLE REPORTS 	 25
Appendix A. Example output file .FRM2 	 26
Appendix B. Example output file .FRM 	 27
Appendix C. Partial listing of output file .RCH	 28
Appendix D. Partial listing of output file .NPD	 29
Appendix E. Partial listing of output file .WQF	 30
Appendix F. Partial listing of output file .WQS	 31
Appendix G. Example listing of output file .POL 	 32
Appendix H. Example listing of output file .COL 	 33
Appendix I. Example listing of output file .SED 	 34
Appendix J. Example listing of output file .FSH 	 35
Appendix K. Example listing of output file .PER	 36
Appendix L. Example listing of output file .F2C 	 37
Appendix M. Example listing of output file .SIC 	 38
Appendix N. Example listing of output file .COL.CAT 	 39
Appendix O. Example listing of output file .SED.CAT 	 40
Appendix P. Example listing of output file .FSH.CAT	 41
Appendix Q. Example listing of output file .EX1 	 42
Appendix R. Example listing of output file .EX2 	 43
Appendix S. Example listing of output file .EX3 	 44
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List of Illustrations
Figure
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RPLOT output for cataloging unit 03030002 in North Carolina	
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Figure
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Legend for RPLOT output shown in figure 1	
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RPLOT output for cataloging unit 03030003 in North Carolina	
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INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
Information on priority pollutants that are present in surface waters is available from many sources.
One source is State Section 304(1) submittals. The proposed regulation for Section 304(1), however,
only requires States to identify the priority pollutants causing impairments in short list waters.
Several characteristics of the short list make it less than comprehensive for use (by itself) in identi-
fying pollutants which require criteria adoption under Section 303(c)(2)(B). The short list: (1) ex-
cludes problems resulting from nonpoint sources, and (2) does not include point source problems
(e.g., all CSOs) where available monitoring data is insufficient to establish a cause-and-eflect re-
lationship between a point source and an in-stream water quality impairment. Although Section
304(1) long lists are required to include waters where toxics are interfering with designated uses,
States are not required to identify the specific priority pollutants causing the impairments. Thus,
State 304(1) submittals alone may not adequately identify all priority pollutants which are being
discharged to State waters and which require criteria under Section 303(c)(2)(B).
Other sources of information on priority pollutants being discharged include the Toxics Release
Inventory database, the STORET database, the Permit Compliance System database, and the data
used in developing effluent guidelines.
The FY 1990 OW Operating Guidance recognizes this situation. Under the guidance, States are
required to go beyond the information included in the final 304(1) submittals and identify priority
pollutants requiring criteria based on all backup data gathered during the 304(1) process as well as
other sources. The definition of SPMS measure WQ-3 specifies that 'water quality standards
should be adopted for all such pollutants by stream segment based on information from candidate,
preliminary, and final 304(1) lists; State Toxics Program Reviews; and other sources available at the
time of triennial review.'
The problem faced by States and EPA is the difficulty of integrating the many sources of data (both
hardcopy and electronic), which should be used in identifying pollutants requiring criteria. This
data integration problem will require a long-term effort. With the triennial review requirements
associated with standards setting, the ever-growing quantities of toxics monitoring information, and
the ever-increasing number of EPA criteria recommendations, States face a continuing need to as-
semble and analyze avaliable toxics data.
SOFTWARE DESIGN
The Reach Pollutant Assessment Software was developed on the EPA mainframe computer, pro-
viding access to all for purposes of periodic use (e.g., during the State's triennial review). Because
of its wide availability and reliance on national data sources, the software may help to establish a
permanent link between the monitoring and standards programs and enable State toxics control
programs to build upon new monitoring information as its becomes available.
The software's design takes advantage of a national data file of Section 304(1) short list information,
the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) database, and existing STORET/PCS analytical software de-
veloped in support of the Section 304(1) candidate listing effort. For each State, priority pollutants
likely to be present in surface waters are identified and compared to: (1) the priority pollutants for
which the State has adpoted criteria, and (2) the priority pollutants for which EPA has issued
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guidance. No effort is made to calculate in-stream concentrations or to determine whether vio-
lations of State/EPA criteria have occurred. The software has been designed to allow flexibility in
constructing the STORET retrievals. For example, in selecting pollutants, the user is able to select
cither the default list of all priority pollutants, or specify a different list that includes other toxics.
Section 304(1) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) is directed toward identifying water bodies impaired
by the presence of toxic substances, identifying point source dischargers of these toxics, and devel-
oping "individual control strategies" for these dischargers. In order to meet these requirements, the
EPA Office of Water Regulations and Standards (OWRS) prepared guidance identifying criteria
to be used in reviewing report submissions by the state.
The Reach Pollutant Assessment (RPA) was designed to address the requirements under Criteria
7: identification of the state's waters with likely presence of 307(a) priority toxic pollutants. This
RPA was accomplished by identifying and summarizing reaches with point source discharges of
priority pollutants and water quality stations with priority pollutant data. The state's water desig-
nated use status is also presented.
RPA outputs may also be useful to states for addressing the requirements of CWA Section
303(c)(2)(B), which requires adoption of numeric water quality criteria for priority pollutants which
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Data Sources
Information on the state's waters are summarized using the USGS Hydrologic Unit naming con-
vention and the REACH Structure File which delineate the state's waters. Numerous data bases
were accessed and analyzed, including:
	REACH Structure File
	REACH Trace File
	Industrial Facility Discharge (IFD) File
	STORET Parameter File
	WQAB Analysis File (ASIWPCA)
	STORET Water Quality File - Water Quality and Enforcement Form 2(c) Data
	Permit Compliance System (PCS)
	Industry Status Sheet (ISS)
	Industrial Category Table (ICAT)
	EPA In-House Software Data Files
	Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)
	304(1) short list
	List of priority pollutants for which State water quality criteria have been adopted
	List of priority pollutants for which EPA 304(a) water quality criteria guidance has been
issued
To derive the candidate lists of priority pollutants requiring numeric criteria under CWA Section
303(c)(2)(B), six different sources of information were used:
Source (1): Short List dBase File
States are required under CWA Section 304(1) to report the specific priority pollutants which are
impacting designated uses on short list waters. The Monitoring Branch of OWRS has developed
a data file containing the short list information, including identification of the priority pollutants
associated with the short list waters. This fde was uploaded to the EPA mainframe for this analysis.
The software on the EPA mainframe which processes this data is called EX2.
Source (2): Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Database
Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, facilities with more than ten
employees that manufacture, process or use more then 'threshold* amounts of 320 toxic chemicals
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and discharge them into the air, water, or soil are required to disclose information to the public on
the estimated annual quantities of such pollutants discharged. Epa is required to compile this
infortmation into a national computerized database called the Toxic Release Inventory. For facil-
ities with SIC codes 20 through 39, this database contains estimated annual discharge rates lor more
than 80 of the 126 priority pollutants. TRI is maintained in ADABAS and is accessed through the
NATURAL query language. For this analysis, a NATURAL program was written which extracts
all discharges to water or POTWs for a given state and builds an ASCII sequential file with the
following TRI data elements: CAS-NUM, CHEM-NAME, FACIL-NAME,
N'PDES-PERMIT-NUM, SIC-CODE, STREAM-NAME, REL-EST, STORM-WATER-PCT,
RELEASE-MEDIUM, REL-EMISS-RANGE- CODE, REPORTING-YR, and
TRANSF-SITE-CODE. Extracts were made for all States and Territories. Tables were made
which showed only the priority pollutants contained in these extracts for all reoirting years. The
software which processes this data is called EX3.
Source (3): The RPAS Software
The Water Quality Analysis Branch (WQAB) of OWRS has developed, in support of the 304(1)
candidate listing effort, a computer program known as the Reach Pollutant Assessment System
(RPAS) which is designed to address the requirements of 304(1) Category 7: identification of State
waters with the likely presence of priority pollutants. The RPAS software relies on EPA's Reach
File and retrieves water column, sediment, and fish tissue monitoring data in STORET, permit limit
data in PCS, and other data and creates a summary data file of reaches where the presence of pri-
ority pollutants is likely. The program runs in batch and, using current data, creates a data file ei-
ther for one catalog unit (a small drainage area a little larger than a county) or for one State. The
software which performs this function is called RPA3. The associated plot program for cataloging
units is called RPLOT.
Source (4): STORET Data Not Used by RPAS
The RPAS software relies on EPA's Reach File to integrate ambient monitoring data with facility
data. The program uses only those STORET stations which have reach assignments and NPDES
facilities identified with the reach. Thus, a fourth source of data are the STORET stations which
are not used by the RPAS. The software which retrieves water column, sediment, and fish tissue
data for priority pollutants for such stations is called RPAST.
Source (5): State Adopted Water Quality Criteria
OWRS has prepared a data file of priority pollutants for which States have adopted numerical water
quality criteria. The file is a simple one and tracks whether the State has adopted a numerical cri-
terion for one or more waterbodies. Criteria based on aquatic life uses are tracked separately from
those based on human health concerns.
Source (6): EPA Section 304(a) Water Quality Criteria
This source of data is necessary because States are only required to adopt criteria for pollutants
where EPA has issued criteria guidance.
Constructing the Candidate List of Priority Pollutants Requiring
Numeric Criteria
In order to construct a candidate list of priority pollutants requiring adoption of numeric criteria,
five separate programs must be executed in a particular sequence. First, the various sources of data
indicating presence or discharge of priority toxics must be accessed and the necessary output data	^Zosr4^
sets prepared. This is accomplished as follows:
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1)	Execute Program RPA3
This program performs a reach pollutant assessment for one state or cataloging unit. The program
will prompt the user for the name of the State for which the candidate list is to be prepared. The
user will also be able to override certain default assumptions built into the RPA algorithm (i.e.. the
STORET parameter codes, the data sources to be accessed, the STORET date range, the STORET
agency codes).
2)	Execute Program RPAST
This program generates a summary dataset of STORET monitoring data for monitoring stations
not accessed by the RPA3 program (i.e., those which are not assigned to reaches). The program
uses the same assumptions as the RPA3 program, and generates summary water column, sediment,
and fish tissue datasets.
3)	Execute Program EX2
This program produces a table of priority pollutants which are included in the 304(1) short list for
one user-selected State. The program will prompt the user for the name of the state for which the
304(1) short list information is desired.
4)	Execute Program EX3
This program reads the TRI extract fdes and produces a table of priority pollutants found in TRI
(i.e., discharges to surface waters and POTWs), for one State selected by the user.
5)	Execute Program EX1
This program compares the datasets created by the RPA3 and RPAST programs to the other data
sources to identify priority pollutants which are candidates for criteria adoption. It is important that
the RPA3 and RPAST programs be executed prior to execution of EX1. Otherwise, program EX1
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Summary of Information
Facility Information
Facility information was obtained from IFD and PCS. Information from both data bases was
compared to identify active facilities (PCS) and to generate a complete list of facilities by their as-
signed reach (IFD). The list of facilities includes only active facilities (i.e., those with an active
NPDES permit according to PCS). No attempt was made to locate the facilities in IFD that had
not been assigned a reach.
Facilities with potential priority pollutant discharges were identified using their assigned Standard
Industrial Classification (SIC) code (Table 1). Facilities assigned a SIC code not classified as a
priority industry were listed as "other*. POTWs with and without industrial discharges were also
summarized by stream reach.
Water Quality Information
Water quality data from STORET were summarized on reaches with priority pollutant monitoring
data. Stations are retrieved by default with the following restrictions:
	Stations located within the state of interest with an assigned reach
	Stations located on ambient streams, lakes, or estuaries.
	Stations sampled for at least one priority pollutant in either water (W), tissue (T), or sediment
(S) media on or after January 1, 1982.
The STORET data were summarized as detected (unremarked, nonzero data) or not detected (re-
marked, zero data) according to water, tissue, or sediment. For the candidate lists of priority
pollutants requiring criteria, only detected data were used.
Priority Pollutant Data
Priority pollutant data was extracted from two sources: (1) Industry Status Sheets (ISS) data base,
which contains industry-wide pollutant concentrations from the ISS Report (February 1986) and
the EPA Treatability Manual, Volume II (January 1983); and (2) from PCS. The number of directs
discharging specific pollutants were identified and summarized by reach assuming BAT levels of
treatment. Priority pollutants discharged from POTWs are not included in the ISS data base.
Therefore, the priority industries discharging to the POTW were used to represent potential POTW
priority pollutant discharges.
Priority Industries Included in this Analysis
The priority industries included in this analysis are listed in the following table.
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Industry
SIC Codes
Aluminum Forming
3353, 3354, 3355, 3398, 3463
Battery Manufacturing
3691, 3692
Coal Minning
1111, 1112, 1211, 1213
Coal Coating
3479
Foundries
3321, 3322, 3324, 3325, 3361, 3362, 3369
Inorganic chemicals
2812, 2816, 2819, 2813
Iron & Steel
3312, 3313, 3315, 3316, 3317
Leather Tanning
3111
Metal Finishing
3411-3462, 3465-3471, 3482-3599, 3613, 3634-3636, 3643-3651,
3661-3671, 3673, 3693-3694, 3699, 3711-3841, 3851, 3873
Non-Ferrous Metals
3331-3334, 3339, 3341
Ore Mining
1011, 1021, 1031, 1041, 1044, 1051, 1061, 1099
Organic Chemials
2821, 2823, 2824, 2865, 2869
Paint
2851
Porcelain Enameling
3631, 3632, 3633, 3639
Steam Electric
4911,4931
POTW
4952
Copper Forming
3351, 3357, 3463
Textiles
2211, 2221, 2231, 2241, 2251-2254, 2257-2262, 2269, 2271,
2279, 2291, 2292, 2297
Timber
2661, 2499, 2491
Pharmaceuticals
2831, 2833, 2834, 2844
Ink
2893
Pesticides
2879
Petroleum Refining
2911
Pulp & Paper
2611,2621,2631,2661
Auto & Other Laundries
7211,7213-7219,7542
Photographic Equipment
3861
Electrical
3674
Plastic Molding
3079
Table 1. Industry SIC Codes: Priority Industries Included in this Analysis
Additional Information
All reach information was compiled and summarized using the USGS Hydrologic Unit naming
convention and the REACH Structure File. All hydrologic units have been identified by a unique
hydrologic unit code consisting of from two to eleven digits, based on the five levels of classification
in the hydrologic unit system. An eleven-digit code is used to allow each of the five levels of clas-
sification to be uniquely identified within four two-digit fields to the cataloging unit level and
three-digits for the reach number. The levels are as follows:
1. Major geographic area or region (18 in conterminous U.S., 1 each in Alaska, Hawaii,
Caribbean).
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2.	Planning subregion - area drained by a river system (222 Subregions)
3.	Accounting units - subdivides many of the planning subregions (352 hydrologic accounting
units).
4.	Cataloging unit  subdivides the planning subregions and accounting units (2,150 cataloging
units).
5.	Reach number - subdivides the cataloging unit.
Example of a Hydrologic unit code
An example is given below using hydrologic unit code 01080204001:
01	- the region
0108 - the subregion
010802 - the accounting unit
01080204 - the cataloging unit
01080204001 - the reach
A reach general information profile is also provided in the supporting information. This profile
provides reach (name, length, and type), number of industrial and POTW discharges (total, with
priority limits, and with bioassay requirements, if available), and status of designated use as pro-
vided by the Association of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators
(ASIWPCA).
Summary of Information
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THE REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT
ALGORITHM
The RPAS software will scan facility data (in PCS) and water quality data (in STORET) associated
with each reach located within the State to determine if priority pollutants are likely to be present
in the reach. For each State, a listing of priority pollutants likely to be present in State waters can
be generated. The select logic to be used in scanning the facility and water quality data for each
reach is as follows:
FACILITY DA TA SCREENING
Identify and select NPDES facilities assigned to the reach which are present in both IFD and PCS
and which are listed as active facilities in PCS.
If the NPDES facility is not a POTW, use the three checks outlined below to determine if the fa-
cility is discharging a priority pollutant.
Permit Limit Check
Check tha facility's permit limits in PCS to determine if limits for priority pollutants are present.
Form 2(c) check
Check the Form 2(c) data in STORET to determine if priority pollutants are included on a Form
2(c) for the facility.
SIC Code Check
Determine if priority pollutants are likely to be present in the discharge by assuming that the facil-
ity's effluent contains concentrations of priority pollutants equal to the BAT industry-wide default
concentrations contained in the ISS database.
If the NPDES facility is a POTW (SIC CODE = 4952), use the three checks outlined below to
determine if the facility is discharging a priority pollutant.
Permit Limit Check
Check the facility's permit limits in PCS to determine if limits for priority pollutants arc present.
Form 2(c) Check
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Indirects Check
Check IFD to determine if any industries discharge to the POTW. Determine if the indirects are
likely to be discharging priority pollutants to the POTW by assuming the industry's effluent con-
centrations of priority pollutants are equal to the industry-wide default concentrations contained in
the ISS database.
Include on the final output report any priority pollutant where presence in one or more reaches is
likely based on one or more of the checks described above.
WA TER QUALITY SCREENING
Identify and select STORET stations based on the following criteria:
*	Station must be located on a stream, river, lake, or estuary
	Station must be assigned to a reach
Include on the final output report any priority pollutant where presence in one or more of the re-
aches is likely based on one or more of the following checks:
Water Column Check
Presence of the pollutant in the water column has been detected based on one or more non-zero,
unremarked monitoring observations on or after January 1, 1982.
Sediment Check
Presence of the pollutant in sediment has been detected based on one or more non-zero,
unremarked monitoring observations on or alter January 1, 1982.
Fish Tissue Check
Presence of the pollutant in fish tissue has been detected based on one or more non-zero,
unremarked monitoring observations on or after January 1, 1982.

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RESULTS
Reaches are summarized according to numerical order (Appendix A). Reaches with potential dis-
charges of priority pollutants and/or water quality stations with priority pollutant data are sum-
marized. Each column of information in Appendix A is numbered (1-13) and described as follows:
COLUMN DESCRIPTION
(l>-(4) REACH information as described in the reach file.
(5)	Water Quality Stations with Priority Pollutants.
(6)	Water Quality Stations Total, includes the total number of stations on the reach.
(7)	Total Number of Direct Dischargers, includes the sum of Columns 8, 10, and 13.
(8)	Number tof Industrial Facilities with Priority Pollutant Discharge, represents those fa-
cilities with SIC codes listed in Table 1.
(9)	A description of SIC codes for facilities included in Column 8.
(10)	Total Number of POTWs, includes POTWs with and without indirect dischargers.
(11)	Indirect Discharge to POTW(s), represents all the indirects discharging to the
POTW(s).
(12)	Number of POTWs without Indirect Dischargers.
(13)	Other Industrial Dischargers not classified as priority dischargers.
RESULTS
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Program RPA3
Program RPA3 is a WQAB procedure which performs the reach pollutant assessment. It can be
run for either a state or a cataloging unit. Tabular output is generated for both state and cataloging
units. Graphical output can also be generated for a cataloging unit. A cataloging unit can be input
as either a 7 or 8 digit number.
Example execution of RPA3 for a state
	WQAB RPA3
	ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS BRANCH SOFTWARE
PACKAGE - RPA3
	WELCOME TO REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
SBB HAS PCS ACCESS FOR THE FOLLOWING REGIONS OR STATES
REGIONS 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
WOULD YOU LIKE TO ANALYZE A STATE OR CATALOGING UNIT ?
ENTER S (STATE) OR C (CATALOGING UNIT)
S
ENTER 2 CHARACTER STATE ABBREVIATION
DE
THE DEFAULT CUTOFF DATE FOR INCLUSION OF DATA IS 1982
DO YOU WANT TO OVERRIDE THIS DATE ? (Y/N)
Y
ENTER BEGINNING DATE (YY.MMDD)
860101
ENTER ENDING DATE (YYMMDD)
881231
ENTER THE OUTPUT FILENAME (MAX 10 CHARS)
DE
ENTER BOX ID (EX: C809)
C809
ENTER EXECUTION TIME (MIN.SEC EX: 2,30)
Program RPA3
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10,0
ENTER PRIORITY (1-5)
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES ALL STORET AGENCY CODES BY DEFAULT
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT STORET AGENCY CODES ? (Y/N)
Y
ENTER THE AGENCY CODE (MAX 8 CHARS)
112WRD
DO YOU WANT ANOTHER AGENCY ? (Y/N)
N
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES ALL STORET PARAMETER CODES FOR PRIORITY
POLLUTANTS BY DEFAULT
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT STORET PARAMETER CODES ? (Y/N)
Y
ENTER THE STORET PARAMETER NUMBER
1042
DO YOU WANT ANOTHER PARAMETER ? (Y/N)
N
SIX DATA SOURCES ARE EXAMINED BY THIS PROGRAM
THESE ARE AS FOLLOWS
(1)	WATER COLUMN
(2)	SEDLMENT
(3)	FISH TISSUE
(4)	NPDES PERMIT LLMIT
(5)	FORM 2(c) APPLICATION
(6)	STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CODE
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT ANY OF THESE DATA SOURCES ? (Y/N)
Y
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT WATER COLUMN DATA ? (Y/N)
Y
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT SEDIMENT DATA ? (Y/N)
N
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT FISH TISSUE DATA ? (Y/N)
N
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT NPDES PERMIT LIMIT DATA ? (Y/N)
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Y
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT FORM 2(C) APPLICATION DATA
N
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT SIC CODE DATA ? (Y/N)
N
JOB SBB(JOB00251) SUBMITTED
THE FOLLOWING DATA SETS WILL BE CREATED
DE.FRM - REACH GENERAL AND REACH POLLUTANT SPECIFIC
INFORMATION
DE.FRM2 - SUMMARY TABLE OF NUMERICALLY SORTED REACHES
DE.RCH - LIST OF REACH NUMBERS AND NAMES
DE.NPD - LIST OF NPDES NUMBERS AND NAMES
DE.WQS - SUMMARY LIST OF WATER QUALITY STATIONS
DE.WQF - DETAILED LIST OF WATER QUALITY STATIONS
DE.AUX - AUX FILE CONTAINING PLOT DATA FOR PGM = LOC
CREATED ONLY FOR CATALOGING UNIT IF GRAPHICS
OPTION IS INVOKED
DEJCL - JCL WHICH IS SUBMITTED AS A BATCH JOB
DE.POL - RPA SUMMARY REPORT BY POLLUTANT
DE.COL - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN WATER COLUMN
DE.SED - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN SEDLMENT
DE.FSH - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN FISH TISSUE
DE.PER - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN NPDES PERMIT LIMITS
DE.F2C - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN FORM 2(C) SUBMITTALS
DE.SIC - POLLUTANTS PREDICTED IN EFFLUENT BASED ON
SIC CODE AND EFFLUENT MATRIX
WQAB RPLOT - SUBMITS BATCH JOB TO CREATE A PLOT
Program RPA3

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Program RPLOT
Program RPLOT is a WQAB procedure which generates a plot of the reach pollutant assessment
for a cataloging unit. For RPLOT to run successfully, the user should have previously executed
RPA3 for a cataloging unit and responded yes (Y) to the prompt for graphics output. When
RPLOT is executed the user should respond with the cataloging unit and filename that was used
for RPA3. The plot output can be captured in a file (for display using program SEEPLOT) or sent
directly to the Calcomp plotter. If the user selects the SEEPLOT option, the plot file created is
named: Tilename.PLOT'.
Example execution of RPLOT with SEEPLOT output
	WQAB RPLOT
	ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
	BRANCH SOFTWARE PACKAGE - RPLOT
	WELCOME TO THE REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT PLOT PROGRAM
0	~ * *
	ENTER CATALOGING UNIT
	4100002
	ENTER THE PLOT FILENAME
	RAZ
	PLOT OUTPUT CAN BE SENT TO THE CALCOMP OR TO PROGRAM
	SEEPLOT
	ENTER C (CALCOMP) OR S (SEEPLOT)
	S
	ENTER BOX ID (EX: C809)
	C809
	ENTER EXECUTION TIME (MIN,SEC EX: 2,30)
	0,10
	ENTER PRIORITY (1-5)
	2
After RPLOT runs successfully, the user executes program SEEPLOT with the input file:
Tilename.PLOT'. If the Calcomp option is selected, RPLOT will result in a plot tape being
spooled to the Calcomp plotter. The plot output will be delivered to the user.
Program RPLOT
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Example of RPLOT output using program SEEPLOT.
Figure I. RPLOT output for cataloging unit 03030002 in North Carolina.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
STORET SYSTEM
CATALOG UNIT: 03030002
I = DIRECT INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGERS
M = MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
Q = WATER QUALITY STATIONS
~ WATER QUALITY STATIONS
+ DIRECT INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGERS
* MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
PROJECTION - ALBERS EQUAL AREA
SCALE 1:250000
Figure 2. Legend Tor RPLOT output shown in figure 1.
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Figure 3. RPLOT output for cataloging unit 03030003 in North Carolina.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
STORET SYSTEM
CATALOG UNIT: 03030003
I = DIRECT INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGERS
M = MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
Q = WATER QUALITY STATIONS
~ WATER QUALITY STATIONS
+ DIRECT INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGERS
X MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS
PROJECTION - ALBERS EQUAL AREA
SCALE 1:250000
Figure 4. Legend for RPLOT output shown in figure 3.

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Program RPAST
Program RPAST performs a Reach Pollutant Assessment for a State by examining only STORET
stations that have not been assigned a reach number. The program is invoked as follows:
WQAB RPAST
ATTEMPTING ENTRY TO WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
BRANCH SOFTWARE PACKAGE - RPAST
WELCOME TO REACH POLLUTANT ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
* * *
THIS PROCEDURE WILL ACCESS STORET STATIONS WHICH
HAVE NOT BEEN ASSIGNED A REACH NUMBER
ENTER 2 CHARACTER STATE ABBREVIATION
GG
THE DEFAULT CUTOFF DATE FOR INCLUSION OF DATA IS 1982
DO YOU WANT TO OVERRIDE THIS DATE ? (Y/N)
N
ENTER THE OUTPUT FILENAME (MAX 10 CHARS)
GG
ENTER BOX ID (EX: C809)
C809
ENTER EXECUTION TIME (MIN.SEC EX: 2,30)
10,0
ENTER PRIORITY (1-5)
1
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES ALL STORET AGENCY CODES BY DEFAULT
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT STORET AGENCY CODES ? (Y/N)
N
THE PROGRAM INCLUDES ALL STORET PARAMETER CODES BY DEFAULT
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT STORET PARAMETER CODES ? (Y/N)
N
THREE DATA SOURCES ARE EXAMINED BY THIS PROGRAM
THESE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
(1)	WATER COLUMN
(2)	SEDIMENT
(3)	FISH TISSUE
DO YOU WANT TO RESTRICT ANY OF THESE DATA SOURCES ? (Y/N)
N
nT
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JOB SBB(JOB08943) SUBMITTED
THE FOLLOWING DATA SETS WILL BE CREATED
GG.JCL - JCL WHICH IS SUBMITTED AS A BATCH JOB
GG.COL.CAT - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN WATER COLUMN
GG.SED.CAT - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN SEDIMENT
GG.FSH.CAT - POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN FISH TISSUE
READY
Program RPAST

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PROGRAM EX1
Program EX1 produces the summary table which compares the RPAS, STORET, 304(1), and
water quality criteria data and lists those priority pollutants which are candidates for criteria
adoption. The program is invoked as follows.
EX1
WELCOME TO THE ANALYSIS OF PRIORITY POLLUTANTS PROGRAM
PLEASE ENTER STATE ABBREVIATION: CT
COASTAL STATE
PROCCESSING 304(L) SHORT LIST
PROCESSING RPAS DATA
PROCESSING STORET WATER COLUMN DATA
PROCESSING STORET SEDIMENT DATA
PROCESSING STORET FISH TISSUE DATA
PROCESSING STATE CRITERIA
PROCESSING EPA 304(A) GUIDANCE
PROCESSING TRIS DATA
WRITING OUTPUT FILE: SBBA045.CT.EX1
READY
PROGRAM EX1	22

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PROGRAM EX2
Program EX2 produces a table of priority pollutants which are included in the 304(1) short list.
The program is incoked as follows:
EX2
WELCOME TO THE 304(L) SHORT LIST PROGRAM
PLEASE ENTER THE STATE ABBREVIATION: CT
AN OUTPUT REPORT HAS BEEN CREATED NAMED: CT.EX2
CT.EX2 CAN BE PRINTED OFF AS FOLLOWS:
PRINTOFF FILENAME USERSBOX# DEST(N3)
FOR EXAMPLE
PRINTOFF CT.EX2 C809 DEST(N3)
READY
PROGRAM EX2
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PROGRAM EX3
Program EX3 reads the TRI extract files and produces a table of priority pollutants found in TRI
(i.e., discharges to surface waters and POTWs). The program is invoked as follows:
EX3
WELCOME TO THE TRIS SUMMARY PROGRAM
PLEASE ENTER STATE ABBREVIATION: CT
WRITING OUTPUT FILE: SBBA045.CT.EX3
DONE
READY
PROGRAM EX3	24
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Appendices - Example reports
Appendices - Example reports

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Appendix A. Example output file .FRM2
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Appendix B. Example output file .FRM
REACH GENERAL INFORMATION
REACH = 2040204004
Name = DELAWARE BAY
Length = 7.3
Type = W
Direct Industrial Dischargers
Total Priority Industries		1
with priority pollutant limits (PCS)		0
with bioassay requirements (PCS)		0
Total Other Industries		0
with bioassay requirements (PCS)		0
POTW Dischargers
Total POTWs	 0
with priority pollutant limits (PCS)	 0
with indirect discharge industries (IFD)	 0
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Appendix C. Partial listing of output file .RCH.
REACHES WITH PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
REACH NUMBER NAME
2040202001 DELAWARE R
2040202003 DELAWARE R
2040204004 DELAWARE BAY
2040204007 DELAWARE BAY
2040204024 DELAWARE R
2040204046	DELAWARE R
2040204047	DELAWARE R
2040204048	DELAWARE R
2040204050 DELAWARE R
2040204052	DELAWARE R
2040204053	DELAWARE R
2040204055 DELAWARE R
2040205002 APPOQUINIMINK R
2040205004 CHESEPEAKE - DELAWARE CANAL
2040205006 BRANDYWINE CR
2040205011 CHRISTINA R
2040205013	RED CLAY CR
2040205014	WHITE CLAY CR
2040205017 CHRISTINA R
2040207001 BROADKILL R


Appendix C. Partial listing of output file .RCH.	28


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Appendix D. Partial listing of output file .NPD.
NPDES DISCHARGERS WITH PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
NPDES
FACILITY NAME
REACH NUMBER NAME
SIC CODECS)
DE0000264 PHOENIX STEEL CORP C
DE0000329 AIRCO INDUSTRIAL GAS
DE0000655 ALLIED CHEMICAL_IND
DE0000060 BARCROFT CO
DE0000256 GETTY OIL CO-DELAWAR
DE0000272 STAUFFERS CHEM CO-IN
DE0000485 CROWN ZELLERBACH
DE0000612 STAUFFER CHEM CO PVC
DE0000621 ICI AMERICA INC.-ATL
DE0000647 DIAMOND SHAMROCK CHE
DE0021555 DELAWARE CITY SEWAGE
DE0050601 GETTY REFINING-WELLM
DE0050695 HOOVER BALL & BEARIN
DE0050911 DIAMOND SHAMROCK CHL
DE0050920 KEYSOR CORPORATION
DE0000051 DUPONT DE NEMOURS &
DE0000558 DELMARVA P&L EDGEMOR
DE0020320 WILMINGTON,CITY OF;W
DE0050644 DUPONT DE NEMOURS-ED
DE0050547 DEPT.OF PUBLIC WORKS
2040202003
DELAWARE
R
3312
3312

2040202003
DELAWARE
R
2813
2813

2040202003
DELAWARE
R
2819
2819

2040204004
DELAWARE
BAY
2819
2819

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2911
2911
4931
2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2812
2869

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
3079
3079

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2821
2821

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2869
2869
2819
2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2821
2821
2812
2040204052
DELAWARE
R
4952
4952

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
2819
2819

2040204052
DELAWARE
R
3079
3079

2040204052
DELAWARE
R

2812

2040204052
DELAWARE
R

3079

2040204055
DELAWARE
R
2816
2816

2040204055
DELAWARE
R
4911
4911

2040204055
DELAWARE
R
4952
4952

2040204055
DELAWARE
R
2816
2816

2040205002
APPOQUINIMINK R
4952
4952

Appendix O. Partial listing of output file .NPD.
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Appendix E. Partial listing of output file .WQF.
WATER QUALITY STATIONS WITH PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
REACH NUMBER AGENCY
STATION
# obse:
2040202001
31DELRBC
332049
818
2040204004
21DELAWQ
303081
18
2040204004
21DELAWQ
303061
6
2040204004
21DELAWQ
303071
18
2040204004
21DELAWQ
305041
147
2040204007
21DELAWQ
303041
48
2040204007
21DELAWQ
208051
12
2040204024
21DELAWQ
205011
64
2040204024
21DELAWQ
210011
49
2040204024
21DELAWQ
210021
12
2040204024
210ELAWQ
210031
12
2040204046
31DELRBC
091002
577
2040204047
21NJDEP1
6108800070
6
2040204047
21NJDEP1
6107200225
5
2040204050
31DELRBC
091005
819
2040204050
31DELRBC
091008
571
2040204052
21DELAWQ
108011
6
2040204052
21DELAWQ
111011
10
2040204052
21DELAWQ
114011
45
2040204052
31DELRBC
091008L
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Appendix F. Partial listing of output file .WQS.
DETAILED LIST OF WATER QUALITY STATIONS WITH PRIORITY POLLUTANTS
REACH NUMBER AGENCY STATION	# OBSERVATIONS
2040202001 31DELRBC 332049	818
1002
23
W
0
Arsenic
1027
26
W
0
Cadmium
1032
28
W
0
Chromium hexavalent
1034
29
W
0
Chromium total
1042
30
W
1
Copper
1051
32
W
1
Lead
1092
38
W
1
Zinc
32101
51
W
0
Dichlorobromomethane
32102
54
W
0
Tetrachloromethane
32104
52
W
0
Tribromomethane
32105
50
W
0
Chlorod ibromomethane
32106
53
W
0
Trichloromethane
34010
89
w
1
Toluene
34030
80
w
0
Benzene
34301
81
w
0
Chlorobenzene
34311
57
w
0
Chloroethane
34371
87
w
0
Ethylbenzene
34413
47
w
0
Bromomethane
34418
48
w
0
Chloromethane
KEY:
34418 = STORET PARAMETER NUMBER
48 = ISS NUMBER
W = WATER COLUMN, S = SEDIMENT, T = FISH TISSUE
0 = NON-DETECT 1 = DETECT
Appendix F. Partial listing of output file .WQS.

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Appendix G. Example listing of output file .POL
BMT KMT IT PQUUTM1
STATE: BE
POUUTUt
NAME
KM
am
KiM
Ufl
icanaNittMfM
IMQMBI
nfimnf i
AcaMpfcthMa
IMttMKC
fCIIMMf 1
AcwiwHthew
maKiu
BCD cur a
AcanMtitfMn*
WUKI14
win cuv cs
Aeefwhthwie
2Nttfll7
CM IS TOM 1
Acwwhtfwe
maviii
MS 1
kcmmbttmm
ZKtttUU
uflTitoa t
ttmm+ttmn*
1MIIIIIM
USUI 1
AcwupAtftylw*
mnRiu
OCUlMtt I
AcwiaeMhyltn*
2MUMK1
DEUttAtE t

muMin
ffUHt 
AcanaitfiyJn
maiiiii
tED CUV a
knaMthyliM
2MUKBI*
UNITE CUV Ct
Acwi#ithylene
IMttlMl/
oaisrnu t
winr h
IC SB FISM
MS EFF
LIBIT K SK

I
Appendix G. Example listing of output file .POL	32

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Appendix H. Example listing of output file .COL
ims oiua tcrar 
210.8M
218.8M
82M21
0805
ITS.tM
im.im
l.M
82805
82805
in. no
ITS.Ill
IK.IM
82M25
08*25
284.191
2M.IM
2M.8M
828S25
00*25
8.521
1.520
8.528
84004
04*8*4
7.880
7.M0
7.8M
821281
01201
2fa.88S
2M.IM
2M.8M
ttMU
82*817
111.180
111.no
118.8M
82M2S
82*05
188.8H
110.Ml
1M.8M
0005
82*821
ISf.lll
1SS.8M
ICS.M0
828S2J
0*825
191.111
1M.8SB
190.SM
820825
82*05
288.880
2M.8M
2M.880
020825
0*05
1M.S88
1M.8M
110.880
820ttl
0*05
1SS.8N
lff.OM
ISi.OM
82005
0805
1K1.8U
1IS1.8M
lfSl.888
821201
01281
2K.IM
28I.U8
20.888
82805
0*825
211.IM
288.118
288.188
828*25
12805
1II.8M
ISO.881
ISt.lM
828*17
82*817
8.418
8.418
8.410
848*25
04*05
148.8M
148.880
14I.8M
829*25
82*OS
210.OM
288.8M
2M.880
828*21
82*825
208.888
288.888
208.881
828*25
0805
IIS.888
18S.888
18S.8M
OM17
82*817
121.8U
121.IM
121.8M
a 80s
82*05
18S.8M
18S.B80
18S.8M
OM17
82*817
1ITS.188
187S.B80
1879.888
840428
84*42*
5.7S8
154.880
79.07*
018*4
848127

J

Appendix H. Exam pie listing of output file .COL	33

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Appendix I. Example listing of output file .SED
ms ccua itrat  it rauuuaT
rausTuis wrtcrto ii sdiioi
POLLUTANT
nut
ruin tfiCM
coos mntti
STOtCT STATIN 10
m. or
SCO OSS
tn tftn 
Mil UK
InitiK	lots	2MII8M17 Ulltcoa I
AruMc	100J	munill CMISTIU 
atmaic	iflu	miiotm imwm i
cmim	lnt	muotm oniniif t
210CLAMQ
swm
S
1.211
210CLAMQ
1MI11
4
l.lll
218CUM9
2KIU
1
IS.411
iioeum
2KI1I
1
s.ttc
21.111	14.m Ut9l7 utm
IS.IU	14.171 UlflS Mlin
LS.41I	IS.419 Utfl4 UfU4
1^21	S.22I ttt*14 Ut114

Appendix I. Example listing of output file .SED	34
^f' -*G
ussy

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Appendix J. Example listing of output file .FSH
ipas otun. smi  n poibtui
nuururs bktccto n riai inss
miu Kioi kick rank stotcf sutioi a m. m an	hi	m otoxa tm
coot KUKSCI	Fl MS	Mil MfC
ai*m-ohc
19(74
miiKiif
CflOPTiM | 2 LIB CM KM
1 O.Ott
O.Ott
o.oot
ttiaai
moot
irualc
1804
2MOOOM19
CW1M K 2U00CP CMOOtM
S 1.170
0.110
0.150
021014
S1020
Arunlc
ISM
2M001000J
ICUI 1 UV 210CLAN9 SMU1
S 1.5ft
1.2
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Appendix K. Example listing of output file .PER
IfU KI11L KMT <*> IV NUUTARI
nuurars aauoco u R^ots khit iuiit
POUUlAaT RANI	PUi* ttACM KICK HU	KtIT FACILITY HOI	IUJ0K/ JOT* PtH
wtn	urn*
ACWIWAtfWW
HtK
mnMKi ncumtf i
OCIItMU
STAtfm (
so co *rc jut hajo>
til
Acwwithw*
MS
IMIIUIL7 KAMftCaa 1
OCIIIIUf
curat ocj
tmiB 1 CO. IRC MAJOt
IIS
Acwwtlwoe
MK
IMKHIU ngllMK 1
ociius/t
suoffcm
OCR CO-UD on RAJOt
IU
AcaMAthyJne
Mil

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Appendix L. Example listing of output file .F2C
tpu ocua ttrar  n pouuiut
rouururs nau m fom i swiiials
MUUUHf HAflC	POM IUM KUCM MJC	WRIV FACILITY UM	MJOt/ FOT1
KMO	HXHOt
teiMpottwi
MR
2MH04RI nciimtt t
KIINW
oojum ru cm
RUM
*cWMtit>wrw
MR
2MU04KI DfUIUtt K
Kiumi
std. ototnt or brmiiw
MJOt
ummkthmm
MB
IMIIllllt WIAM 
DCtffKII
dojurvi ran i licmt co.-a
RIM>
icMpnthww
utn
mRII4 NHIIC CUT ca
OCIMIltl
me cot-uarcja ftstass 01
MIHOa

MM
mnmi; cmistom i
OCMMM
I.I.MMtT-STH LAtAtQtY
UJOI
>cwtfww
MR
MH 1
OtHMMl
CtTTT ffTTTTTTnt tlinw I0t
not
ACMUNlttlM*
MK
2HIIUII7 UflTICOKt I
QCMIHSf
oara? owwii i co. ok-i
MJOt
AcanwMhylam
SUM
moHm nfi mitt I
KINRH
ocuum m. cocoas
MJOt
Appendix L. Example listing of output file .F2C

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Appendix M. Example listing of output file
sure: oc
VU DC Tin tCPOtl <(> IV POUUfAJII
MUUTMIS MCOICTEO U NfOCS DISCMCSC cmwr
POlLUUHt US
ISS
KM If ACM IMK
pcbiit
fAcairv ujk
Mi JIM/ WT1

COOC
wma
NUMtU

IMS
mumwim
in
tMHBIU KO CUV 01
Kinmi
m ce lac-rotnni kait
IAJ0I
Acanwfi thane
in
2MIIHI17 NAJHICTKE 1
0011*451
man xmmun i co. uc-s
lUJOt
icempAthene
in
2MRii4 hi ire OAT a
0(11111*1
rec cov-akiium vtscaa 01
ili

in
2MUMM fmimw t
OCIIIWU
Sfivra oa a rvc Kiar
fUJOt
Uwmttthmm
in
mttMiR nnuiif t
OCIttlUI
a*or,cinr v;MtuiMiai
KAJOa POTM
Acanafi thane
in
2NBVI1I Ml 
ociiimi
STIHIB HIW1 OCMUIt 1
not
icwMpfttfiylOTe
HI
rnnniK wirt cut a
HIMIIfl
fm C0V-AK11CAB VISCOSI 01
nm
AcMHttvlan
HI
2MBI7III JQCI 1
0CMIK91
SIAKMCO mat OCIMlllf I
noo
Appendix M. Example listing of output file .SIC

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Appendix N. Example listing of output file
.COL.CAT
statu sutioB hitnmt ma
MUUTMTS MTCCTO D ittlQ MUM
pum c*ne uns um stow? station ra m. o* ru	um avc  110
COOC MMSEt NC Ots	UK DArt
AntUony
im umiih
M4*n
112MD
sMiconwtun 1
2.an
2
III
2.011
MK22
MK22
intlMfty
im UMiin mq mzs-ii
U2MtO
JMltmiKMl 2
2.IM
2
lit
2.101
171*12
nitu
AntlMny
im uKitn
044-ll
112WD
sMiumttuii 1
2.in
2
III
2.Ill
UM14
UK1
Irtwie
nit notion
tMl-ll
112100
WWiWMMP 1
l.VU
1
ft*
Mil
MIS14
UU14
irunle
1111 nMin
0*44-11
112W0
JttlMOTttUll 1
2. tn
2
in
2.Ill
MM14
hmk
AtmaIc
1IU ttUUll
1122-11
112MK0
wmmaiiii 1
i.iii
S
m
S.tll
nnti
Uttff
Art*nic
mi KKiin
tcl4-U
1L2MB
1924140110911 1
i.no
1
IN
l.lll
UI7M
UVK
Arsenic
11 n notion
0^4-lt
uaao
sMiiiuwun i
9.111
9
in 
9.Ill
UM22
IIK22
Appendix N. Example listing of output file .COL.CAT

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Appendix O. Example listing of output file
.SED.CAT
S10K? STATIttO MI THOU! REACH HWttBS
NUQUfltS OC1CCTEO III SCDUCIT
HU.UTAIII
ruu cin.6
catlc ui sroatr siatim to
o. m
Ntl
U1
w
BfCtB
OS
NAME

COM ilWII

SCO ou



Mil
OATI
Artmlc

HIS RMQM
wnOHtU 1 2UCUHQ 2M151
1
t.ua
1.UI
1.151
71119
171119
AtmoIc

1015 I2MHI4
SI. MtJ II 21HUMQ 2IS941
4
U.S7I
25. in
li.JM
121925
171114
C*dslua

1121 OMOK
OaUTDU 1 11MB 11477tSI
1
1.IU
1.IU
l.lll
nnu
Uttll
Chrfatua
tot
1U1 QI4CM
uoctcai I 21KLM9 2M1I1
1
<1.141
il.MI
(I.MI
171119
71111
ChrMlua
ut
1U4 KMKM
at mm Of jioojtc WH17
1
Zif.lll
2(f.lU
2(1.111
nun
121111
Chrooiua
tit
im CNKI7 HQ LEKI lift K tlOCLAMQ USUI
1
M.lll
(4.111
54.Ml
IU7N
UC7K
Chroalua
tt
lDt VMttM
SI. jomt II 210CLAMQ 215141
4
.iu
SI. Ul
C7.U7
ix mi
171114
ChrMlua
t*t
IIN RHNK
CWISTDU 1 I1MI I1477KI
I
s.m
(.III
f.lll
n
inn
OtTMluS
ft
lUf UKQK
Hi CMISTIM 11M9 11477til
1
2.IM
2.119
2.Ill
tutu
UBS 11
Appendix O. Example listing of output file .SED.CAT
40





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Appendix P. Example listing of output file
.FSH.CAT
STATE: M
STOtCT SHTIQKS HITMQf OAOI MMOl
fOUUTMTS OCTECTCO 01 FISH tUM
MULUiur
ruu
c*ru
ciac turn

Statu STAIIOi ID
0. OF
III
Ml
iVt
Ken
cm
MANC
coac
MMU




FUN OtS



OATf
Mil

I74
RMKR
MITt CUV
c
UIIQACC
1149
1

I4M
1.2(1
Mill!
Mill!
triMle
1004
ttHCM
MOCK ILL

210CLAMQ
2MIS1
S
1.711
l.KI
1.1*1
Kllll
nine
ChTMllM tt
7iw
UHUH
MOCKOL
1
210&AN9
mui
2
1 .Mi
2.4M
2.2K
mui
uim
Comr
71917
KMUM
MOCK ILL

UDCLAMQ
2W1S1
4
7.MI
S7.4M
ll.ISS
Mllll
nine
Oltltfrlfi
IHH
BMNK
Wilt CUV
c
1UIMCC
SIM
1
If.iM
1I.(U
u.m
MUM
Mllll
Dlaldrlfi
tMM
KMttH
MBCKILL
1
tlOCUMQ
mm
1
i.ni
I.M1
I.M1
M1K
Mint
roc
U2
UNttH
mm cuv
c
lllIQACt
ii
1
tn.tts
m.iu
m.u
Mllll
Mini
roc
itm
UMUM
MSGKIU
1
2UCLAMQ
2M1S1
2
I.IM
i.m
I.Ul
mm
MIU9
Cai IMC
7
UHtttS
IMITC cuv
c
UIIQACC
S14t
1
t.ai
(.411
(.401
Mllll
Mini
Appendix P. Example listing of output file .FSH.CAT

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Appendix Q. Example listing of output file
' analysis or pbiobitt pouotabts
lie ciitciia meet au section sucouhi)
CM H6I0B U
STATE: OC
FEOWAL
RCCISTCt
CAS IMtl PBIMITY POLLUTANT RAMI
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tASEB USD USED USU OB CNITCBU	EFA SM m m ona adopted	ouoaks?	aoobtiob?
sn list* rem	jtwt mta* a# m	a# m	aq m
Fl Ml
SS
ACCNAPHTWK

YES


YU
117 on
ACROLEIN

YCS

TO
YCS
117111
ACtVLONlTIILf
TO
YES

YU
m
714S1
KCNZCNE
YtS
YES

YCJ
YCS
I75
teutons

YES

YCS
YCS
SUSS
TCTRACMLOtONCTNUK'

YCS

YCS
YCS
1M9I7
CM.OtOttUEK
YES
YES
YES
YCS
YCS
125M1
1.2.4-IRICH0B0BENZEIK

YCS

YU

111741
HCIACMLOBOBCNZEK

VIS
YCS
YCS
ns
l> POLLUTANTS COVERED HITN CPA SM.
i) Fot puitoscs or wis analysis, sn pbiobitv pollutants fob knicm human kaltn cbitou ban tot ken bsd
SUT NAT u DCIIVE0 USIM TK CPA CtlTCttA SUtDCLMS AM INFOtNATION IN III! KO	TO NAVt CM
104(A) HUNAN HEALTH CBITCIli CUIDANCE (FEOCUl ttllSttt NUMBERS 1. 24. SI, U, 47. III).
4) FOB PUBPOSES Of THIS ANALYSIS* Ttttt PtIOBITV POUUIANIS IMICN HAVE KEN TTC SUBJECT Of OA CBITQU
IASED SOLar ON OBCANOLEPTIC (TASTE ANO OOOB) EFFICTS KH COMSIOUCD TO HAVE EPA SK(A) HUMAN ICJLTN
GUIDANCE (FEDERAL RC6ISTER NUBKIS 22, S4, ANO U>.
SI OATA ON WHO*IT* POLLUTANTS HIT* STATf OIITCIIA ADOPTED MERE CONOCO AS OP FCKtOANT 4. 1990. STATE aiTOU
AOOPTEO A/TCI THIS DATE HCtf NOT GONSlOCtCD IN THIS ANALYSIS.
Appendix Q. Example listing of output file .EX I

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Appendix R. Example listing of output file .EX2
PUt NO. 1
u/tv/v 0
Of SMOST LIST
MUiturt assocura mm smu> umtootu
smu> urcnsov MiK v turn
NUOVMTS
inu
FACILITY MM
MTN
US COOl
: us hin
0(111

irtfl
oc

HO
St
74S9ftl
DC 121
oaiSTiu ixva
21IB
OCUIMM
ctiu^tter
HO
IS
744 MM
OCIII
cwxsTiiu imi
cmn Mtuvuar
OfUlKII
CtO*-CtSf
HO
IS
icS4im
0C12I
cmutiiu irvtR
IXftO
OCIIIMIt
CfBMlCT
HO
a
74S9UI
0C14I
utoiijg irat/ur
cams
0(111 KM
am dbim m>
NO
SI
744M
0C14I
INOIM IVCft/IAV
sn.va
KIKfftl
am dbim irva
HO
u
744 4
0C14I
DO 1AM IIYU/UV
AtSOUC
OIIKWI
om bbim irra
HO
u
744ua
KUI
kd cut atax
znc
MIHMl
vr man
HO
ss
744KM
0(271
KD LION CtCEK
cwo
ocuiiiu
aaotMM
HO
ss
744KO
DC27I
kd noa arm
[ tkft
OCIIIKU
OK.MUmK
HO
u
741*0*1
DC27I
tCO UOH CRUK
mean
OCIKMM
ncotiiwi
NO
1J
74 S99M
DC 291

cwa
DC

HO
s
744SMI
0CXI1
dclajuk ina-rac
caan ncuviunt
OCMISttl
ici mios
HO
tl
iiMim
acoi
wumik irra-rai
CflPfQ
DCIIUUi
rci uniui
HO
SI
744KM
^1t0ST^
\p
Appendix R. Example listing of output file .EX2	43


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Appendix S. Example listing of output file .EX3
HI*: 12:14221
ttpotftns rtu: iw-in*
r  i s : Ttwf it sun. iv muuiami, i oismtcc (Msautan tq n&tcb ot rons>
STATS :
FU: OC	L040DM (Lt/Tt)
to sums uta	totm.
^	lurtt
CAS NUHIEI POLLUTANT NAIg	FACILITY Iff	WKSI STttM UJC	SIC UASTEMiTQ STOMUTCI TO WTW OISOUKf
117151
iCIVlONITRILf
Kcraaau omiCM.
0CIIIK91
PQtS UAJ
KM
mi
1
1
4
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714S2
ttnztm
STMMC
 aioiDC
OCOB2III1
fmntftit
tmt
2Uf
J17
i
1
SIS
714S*
KUW
TOKO
fUllMMf Ct
DCIQItttt
OCLAHAIf
trru
u
Sll
a
I
<11
101*17
CMLOtOtCKZCRC
STMBAI
0 OLQaOK
0EIUIII1
OfUMAtf
inru
mt
its
14
1
717
744KU
comi
(CM C
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HA


SMI

1
20211
mil
14741
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tsraan
LA OOICM.
HOHKfl
fon iiti
KM
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1
1
1
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nm
otocotoxnuuc
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1

21
21
75 ott
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KIIIK21


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1
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Mil
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Appendix S. Example listing of output Hie .EX3

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DFLOW
USER'S MANUAL
June 1990
Lewis A. Rossman
Water and Hazardous Waste Treatment Research Division
Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory
Office of Research and Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Cincinnati, Ohio 45268
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Table of Contents
DISCLAIMER 	 2
FOREWORD 	 3
ABSTRACT 	4
INTRODUCTION 	5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 	 5
COMPUTATIONAL PROCEDURES 		17
Extreme Value Design Flow 		17
Biologically-Based Design Flow 		18
PHASE 1 		21
PHASE 2 		21
Human Health Design Flow 		22
REFERENCES 	 23
APPENDIX A. OPERATION OF PC DFLOW 	 24
Table of Contents	ii

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List	of Illustrations
Figure	1. Sample STORET Flow Retrieval 	 7
Figure	2. Sample Flow File Conversion 	 8
Figure	3. Sample Biologically-Base Design Flow 	 10
Figure	4. Sample Extreme Value Design Flow 	 12
Figure	5. Sample Human Health Design Flow 	 13
Figure	6. Sample Exit From DFLOW	 14
Figure	7. Sample DFLOW Session Log 	 16
Figure	8. Initial Portion of a PC FLow File 	 25
List of Illustrations	iii

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DISCLAIMER
The information in this document has been funded wholly or in part by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA). It has been subjected to the Agency's peer and administrative review,
and has been approved for publication as an EPA document. Mention of trade names or com-
mercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
DISCLAIMER
2

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FOREWORD
Today's rapidly developing and changing technologies and industrial products and practices fre-
quently carry with them the increased generation of materials that, if improperly dealt with, can
threaten both public health and the environment. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) is charged by Congress with protecting the Nation's land, air, and water resources. Under
a mandate of national environmental laws, the agency strives to formulate and implement actions
leading to a compatible balance between human activities and the ability of natural systems to
support and nurture life. These laws direct the EPA to perform research to define our environ-
mental problems, measure the impacts, and search for solutions.
The Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory is responsible for planning, implementing, and man-
aging research, development, and demonstration programs to provide an authoritative, defensible
engineering basis in support of the policies, programs, and regulations of the EPA with respect to
drinking water, wastewater, pesticides, toxic substances, solid and hazardous wastes, and
Superfund-related activities. This publication is one of the products of that research and provides
a vital communication link between the researcher and the user community.
The purpose of this user's manual is to describe the operation of a computer program called
DFLOW. This program computes various types of statistically-based river flows that are used in
water quality modeling studies and waste load allocations.
E. Timothy Oppelt, Director
Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory
FOREWORD
3

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ABSTRACT
DFLOW is a computer program for estimating design stream flows for use in water quality studies.
This manual describes the use of the program on both the EPA'S IBM mainframe system and on
a personal computer (PC). The mainframe version of DFLOW can extract a river's daily flow re-
cord from EPA'S STORET system and convert it into a format suitable for downloading to a PC.
Both the mainframe and PC versions can compute aquatic life design flows based on either con-
tinuous duration or annual extreme value flow statistics and a human health design flow equal to
a river's harmonic mean flow. The manual also describes the computational methods employed
by DFLOW.
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DFLOW is a computer program for estimating design flows for use in water quality studies. A
design flow is a river flow with a specified frequency of not being exceeded, as determined from
historical daily flow records. The mainframe version of dflow can extract daily flow records from
the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA'S) STORET data base and then compute design
flows from these records. It also provides a facility to convert extracted flow files into a format that
can be downloaded to a personal computer (PC). A PC version of DFLOW is available to compute
design flows for flow records downloaded from STORET or obtained from other sources.
DFLOW implements EPA guidance on design flows for protection of aquatic life (U.S. Environ-
mental Protection Agency, 1986) and for protection of human health. It computes three different
types of design flows in accordance with this guidance. The biologically-based and extreme value-
based design flows are used in conjunction with aquatic life water quality criteria. The
biologically-based design flow limits the frequency of all flow events within the period of record that
are below the design flow. The extreme value design flow limits the frequency of years containing
flows below the design flow. It corresponds to the traditional definition of design flow (e.g., the
7-day, ten year (7Q10) low flow). A third type of design flow, the human health design flow, applies
to water quality criteria for protection of human health under lifetime exposure. It is computed
as the harmonic mean of the daily flow record.
DFLOW runs interactively on either the EPA mainframe or on a DOS-compatible PC. The user
should be prepared to supply DFLOW with the following kinds of information:
	The number of the US Geological Survey (USGS) stream gage whose daily flow record is to
be extracted from STORET and the state where it is located (mainframe version only), or a
data file containing a record of daily flow values (PC version only)
	The type of design flow to be computed (biologically-based, extreme value, or human health),
	The portion of the record to be analyzed (optional),
	Defining parameters for extreme value design flows and for biologically-based design flows (if
default values are not chosen).
More detailed descriptions of the defining parameters for the biologically-based and extreme value
design flows are provided in the material that follows.
OPERA TING INSTRUCTIONS
These instructions apply to the mainframe version of DFLOW. Operation of the PC version is
described in Appendix A. DFLOW can be accessed through EPA'S National Computing Center's
IBM 3090 mainframe by users with an authorized STORET account. After entering the STORET
environment under the TSO operating system, the DFLOW program can be invoked by entering
the command:
WQAB DFLOW
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opening message screen provides information about the current program version number, latest
oug fixes, and a user support phone number. After reading this screen and pressing the enter key,
the following main menu of choices will appear:
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE PROCEDURE YOU WISH TO EXECUTE:
1	- RETRIEVE FLOW DATA FROM STORET
2	- CONVERT FLOW DATA FOR DOWNLOADING
3	- COMPUTE DESIGN FLOWS
4	- EXIT THE PROGRAM
OPTION ==>
The first choice is used to retrieve a record of daily flow data for a specific USGS flow gage from
STORET. Options 2 and 3 cannot be used unless a flow record is first extracted from STORET.
|The second option is used to convert a flow record that has been retrieved from STORET into a
nile format that can be downloaded onto a PC. Users who work exclusively on the mainframe will
not need to invoke this option. The third option executes the design flow estimation procedures
of DFLOW, while the last option terminates the program and returns the user to the operating
system.
Figure 1 illustrates a sample flow retrieval (option 1). There are three items of information that the
user is prompted to supply: the name of the river (8 or less characters), an 8-digit USGS flow gage
number, and the 2-character postal abbreviation of the state in which the gage is located. The river
name can be any label that the user wants to assign to the river  it need not be the actual name
of the river. After these three items are entered, DFLOW submits a batch job to the STORET
system to retrieve daily flow data for the designated flow gage. The time required to complete the
retrieval depends on how heavily the mainframe is being used. Normally, it should take no more
than a few minutes. When ready to proceed, the user presses the ENTER key to bring up the main
DFLOW menu once again. If the retrieval was successful, the retrieved flow data will be placed in
a dataset named "river'.FLOW (where 'river' is the user-supplied river name) in the user's catalog.
An example of using option 2 of DFLOW for converting a STORET flow file into one suitable for
downloading to a PC is shown in Figure 2. The user first supplies the name of a river for which
a STORET flow retrieval was made previously using DFLOW's option 1. An error message results
if a flow dataset for the named river cannot be found in the user's catalog. The user then designates
whether the entire period of record or only a portion of the record should be converted. Upon
completion of the conversion process, DFLOW alerts the user that the converted flow data resides
in a dataset named "river'.DOWNLOAD, where 'river' is the user-supplied river name. The actual
process of downloading the flow data onto a PC would be done outside of the DFLOW program,
using a mainframe-to-PC file transfer procedure.
DFLOW MAIN MENU
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DFLOW MAIN MENU
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE PROCEDURE YOU WISH TO EXECUTE:
1	- RETRIEVE FLOW DATA FROM STORET
2	- CONVERT FLOW DATA FOR DOWNLOADING
3	- COMPUTE DESIGN FLOWS
4	- EXIT THE PROGRAM
OPTION ==> 1
NAME OF RIVER (8 OR LESS CHARACTERS) ==> quinnip
8-DIGIT USGS FLOW GAGE NUMBER	==> 01196500
2-CHARACTER STATE ABBREVIATION	==> ct
JOB MRF	(JOB07164) SUBMITTED
SUBMIT COMPLETED
RETRIEVED FLOW DATA WILL BE STORED IN DATASET 'QUINNIP.FLOW'.
YOU MIGHT WANT TO WAIT NOW FOR FLOW RETRIEVAL JOB TO FINISH.
PRESS  KEY WHEN READY TO CONTINUE ...
10.04.22 JOB07164 $HASP165 MRF64 ENDED AT NCCIBM1 CN(OO)
Figure I. Sample STORET Flow Retrieval
DFLOW'S third main menu option, the computation of design flows, is illustrated in Figures 3
through 5. The user first supplies the name of a river for which flow data had been previously re-
trieved. An error message results if a flow dataset for the river cannot be found in the user's catalog.
The user then selects the type of design flow to be calculated from a menu of the following choices:
biologically-based, extreme value, or human health.
Figure 3 portrays selection of a biologically-based design flow computation. The user specifies
whether the design flow is for acute (CMC) or chronic (CCC) water quality criteria and then
whether default parameter settings apply or not. The parameters for a biologically-based design
flow are as follows:
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DFLOW MAIN MENU
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE PROCEDURE YOU WISH TO EXECUTE:
1	- RETRIEVE FLOW DATA FROM STORET
2	- CONVERT FLOW DATA FOR DOWNLOADING
3	- COMPUTE DESIGN FLOWS
4	- EXIT THE PROGRAM
OPTION ==> 2
NAME OF RIVER TO CONVERT (8 OR LESS CHARACTERS) ==> quinnip
FLOW FILE CONVERSION FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
(QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
HOW MUCH OF THE FLOW RECORD SHOULD BE CONVERTED:
1	- THE ENTIRE AVAILABLE RECORD
2	- ONLY A PORTION OF THE RECORD
?
1
18993 DAYS OF FLOW RECORD CONVERTED.
CONVERTED FLOW DATA RESIDES IN DATASET 'QUINNIP.DOWNLOAD1.
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
Figure 2. Sample Flow File Conversion
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DFLOW MAIN MENU
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE PROCEDURE YOU WISH TO EXECUTE:
1	- RETRIEVE FLOW DATA FROM STORET
2	- CONVERT FLOW DATA FOR DOWNLOADING
3	- COMPUTE DESIGN FLOWS
4	- EXIT THE PROGRAM
OPTION ==> 3
NAME OF RIVER TO CONVERT (8 OR LESS CHARACTERS) ==> quinnip
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
(QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE DESIGN FLOW YOU WISH TO CALCULATE:
1	- AQUATIC LIFE, BIOLOGICALLY-BASED
2	- AQUATIC LIFE, EXTREME VALUE
3	- HUMAN HEALTH, HARMONIC MEAN
4	- RETURN TO MAIN MENU
?
1
WHICH TYPE OF WATER QUALITY CRITERION APPLIES:
1	- CRITERION MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION (ACUTE)
2	- CRITERION CONTINUOUS CONCENTRATION (CHRONIC)
?
2
SHOULD DEFAULT SETTINGS BE USED FOR THE BIO-BASED DESIGN FLOW
PARAMETERS (AS DESCRIBED IN US EPA TECHNICAL GUIDANCE MANUAL
ON DESIGN FLOWS):
1	- YES
2	- NO
1
HOW DO YOU WANT TO ANALYZE THE AVAILABLE FLOW RECORD:
1	- ANALYZE THE ENTIRE AVAILABLE RECORD
2	- ANALYZE ONLY A PORTION OF THE RECORD
?
2
WHAT IS THE FIRST YEAR OF THE FLOW RECORD TO BE ANALYZED
1900
WHAT IS THE LAST YEAR OF THE FLOW RECORD TO BE ANALYZED
?
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DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED
ALLOWED NUMBER OF EXCURSIONS
BIO-BASED CCC (CHRONIC) DESIGN FLOW
1931 TO 1977
15.68
25.35 CFS
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
ENTER A FLOW (CFS) FOR WHICH YOU WANT AN
EXCURSION TABLE (OR 0 FOR NO TABLE)
>
25.35
WATER QUALITY EXCURSIONS FOR 1931-1977 AT DESIGN FLOW OF 25.35 CFS
CLUSTER
PERIOD
EXCURSION PERIODS


NUMBER OF



DURATION
AVERAGE %
START DATE
EXCURSIONS
START DATE
(DAYS)
EXCURSION *
OCT 2,
1931
3.25
OCT
2,
1931
4
3.1



NOV
U,
1931
5
1.4



NOV
26,
1931
4
16.0
OCT 13,
1932
1.50
OCT
13,
1932
6
8.3
AUG 14,
1936
2.25
AUG
14,
1936
9
41.8
OCT 22,
1965
1.75
OCT
22,
1965
7
13.2
AUG 5,
1966
5.00
AUG
5,
1966
12
4.9



AUG
19,
1966
25
31.7
AUG 12,
1970
1.75
AUG
12,
1970
7
21.4
TOTAL
15.50

* Percentage by which a criterion concentration would be exceeded.
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
ENTER A FLOW (CFS) FOR WHICH YOU WANT AN
EXCURSION TABLE (OR 0 FOR NO TABLE)
7>
0
Figure 3. Sample Biologically-Base Design Flow
'Number of days in a flow averaging period - a number between 1 and 30; default values are 1 day
for acute water quality criteria and 4 days for chronic criteria.
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Average number of years between excursions - the length of time, on average, between occurrences
of m-day average flows below the design flow, where m is the flow averaging period specified above;
default value is 3 years.
Length of excursion clustering period - the length of time used to cluster excursions (i.e., occurrences
of m-day average flows below the design flow) together; default value is 120 days.
Maximum number of excursions counted per cluster - a ceiling placed on the number of design flow
excursions that are actually counted within a clustering period; default value is 5.
As an example of how these parameters determine a design flow, consider a situation with 30 years
of flow record where a design flow for chronic water quality criteria is being calculated. Under the
default parameter values, a design flow would be chosen so that the total number of past occur-
rences of non-overlapping 4-day average flows below this flow is as close to, but no greater than,
30/3 or 10, excluding those that exceed 5 within any 120 day period.
If default parameter values are not used, the user is prompted to enter values for each one. Then
the user has the option of using the entire flow record in the analysis or only a portion of the record.
For the latter case, the user is prompted for the first and last years to be analyzed. A response of
1900 for the first year causes DFLOW to use the first available year in the retrieved stream flow
record. A response of 1999 for the last year allows DFLOW to consider flows up to last year
available in the flow record.
The output from DFLOW for a biologically-based design flow, as shown in Figure 3, lists the pe-
riod of record analyzed, the allowed number of excursions below the design flow over this period,
and the value of the computer design flow. After this, the user is prompted for a design flow from
which a water quality excursion table is constructed. This table shows when a water quality crite-
rion for a hypothetical toxicant would have been exceeded during the historical period of record.
These criterion excursions occur when river flows are below the design flow. A sample excursion
table is shown in Figure 3. The right hand side of the table lists individual excursion periods
(consecutive days where each m-day average flow is below the design flow) and their average mag-
nitude (the average percent difference between each m-day average flow in the period and the design
flow). The left hand side of the table divides up the individual excursions periods into clusters and
counts up the number of discrete excursions (the total duration of excursion days divided by the
averaging period) within each cluster. Note that under the default excursion parameters used in this
example, no more than 5 excursions are counted within any 120-day cluster period. The process
of DFLOW requesting a design flow and then producing an excursion table continues until the user
responds with a flow of 0. The program then returns to the menu of design flow choices.
Figure 4 illustrates the computation of an extreme value design flow. The user is prompted to
supply values for the flow averaging period and the return period. The flow averaging period (call
it m) has the same meaning as in the biologically-based design flow. However the return period
now represents the number of years, on average, between occurrences of years with one or more
m-day average flows below the design flow. For example, a return period of 10 years means that,
on average, one of every ten years will have flow events that are below the design flow value. Note
that in contrast to the biologically-based design flow, no information is conveyed on how many
such flow events occur within each such year or over the total period of record.
After specifying the averaging and return periods, the user can opt to use the entire flow record or
some designated portion as explained above. The output of the calculation shows the actual period
of record analyzed and the resulting extreme value design flow. The program then returns to the
design flow menu.
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DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE DESIGN FLOW YOU WISH TO CALCULATE:
1	- AQUATIC LIFE, BIOLOGICALLY-BASED
2	- AQUATIC LIFE, EXTREME VALUE
3	- HUMAN HEALTH, HARMONIC MEAN
4	- RETURN TO MAIN MENU
>
2
ENTER VALUES FOR THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS (TYPICAL VALUES ARE
SHOWN IN PARENTHESES):
FLOW AVERAGING PERIOD (7 DAYS)
?
7
RETURN PERIOD ON YEARS WITH EXCURSIONS (10 YEARS)
10
HOW DO YOU WANT TO ANALYZE THE AVAILABLE FLOW RECORD:
1	- ANALYZE THE ENTIRE AVAILABLE RECORD
2	- ANALYZE ONLY A PORTION OF THE RECORD
2
WHAT IS THE FIRST YEAR OF THE FLOW RECORD TO BE ANALYZED
?
1900
WHAT IS THE LAST YEAR OF THE FLOW RECORD TO BE ANALYZED
1977
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED	: 1931 to 1977
7-Q-10 DESIGN FLOW	:	32.41 CFS
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
Figure 4. Sample Extreme Value Design Flow
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Figure 5 illustrates computation of a human health design flow, i.e., a harmonic mean flow. Once
again the user has the option of specifying that only some portion of the flow record be analyzed.
After this, the resulting harmonic mean flow is displayed, then the user is returned to the design flow
menu.
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE DESIGN FLOW YOU WISH TO CALCULATE:
1	- AQUATIC LIFE, BIOLOGICALLY-BASED
2	- AQUATIC LIFE, EXTREME VALUE
3	- HUMAN HEALTH, HARMONIC MEAN
4	- RETURN TO MAIN MENU
3
HOW DO YOU WANT TO ANALYZE THE AVAILABLE FLOW RECORD:
1	- ANALYZE THE ENTIRE AVAILABLE RECORD
2	- ANALYZE ONLY A PORTION OF THE RECORD
?
1
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED	: 1931 to 1988
HUMAN HEALTH (HARMONIC MEAN) DESIGN FLOW :	113.69 CFS
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
Figure 5. Sample Human Health Design Flow
NOTE: The harmonic mean of a sample of values is the reciprocal of the mean of the
reciprocals of the individual values within the sample.
The last choice on the design flow menu returns the user to the main DFLOW menu. Prior to
returning to the main menu, DFLOW asks the user if the output from the design flow computa-
tions should be saved in a dataset (see Figure 6). If the user answers yes, then the output is placed
in a dataset named "river".LOG (where 'river' is the name of the river supplied previously by the
user). After the DFLOW session is over, this dataset can be printed out by the user so that a
hardcopy record of the computations is available. (There are several ways to print a dataset from
a TSO session on the NCC IBM mainframe. Consult the NCC Users Guide or, if using remote
telecommunication via a PC, the users manual for your PC communications software.) the 'LOG"
dataset for the examples shown in Figures 3 through 5 is displayed in Figure 7.
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DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE DESIGN FLOW YOU WISH TO CALCULATE:
1	- AQUATIC LIFE, BIOLOGICALLY-BASED
2	- AQUATIC LIFE, EXTREME VALUE
3	- HUMAN HEALTH, HARMONIC MEAN
4	- RETURN TO MAIN MENU
?
4
DO YOU WISH TO SAVE THE OUTPUT FOR THIS RIVER IN A DATASET:
1	- YES
2	- NO
>
1
OUTPUT CAN BE FOUND IN DATASET 'QUINNIP.LOG'.
PRESS  KEY TO CONTINUE ...
DFLOW MAIN MENU
ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE PROCEDURE YOU WISH TO EXECUTE:
1	- RETRIEVE FLOW DATA FROM STORET
2	- CONVERT FLOW DATA FOR DOWNLOADING
3	- COMPUTE DESIGN FLOWS
4	- EXIT THE PROGRAM
OPTION ==> 4
READY
Figure 6. Sample Exit From DFLOW
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BIO-BASED DESIGN FLOW PARAMETERS
LENGTH OF FLOW AVERAGING PERIOD	:	4	DAYS
AVERAGE INTERVAL BETWEEN EXCURSIONS	:	3.0 YEARS
LENGTH OF EXCURSION CLUSTERING PERIOD	:	120.0	DAYS
MAX. NUMBER OF EXCURSIONS PER CLUSTER	5.0
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED
ALLOWED NUMBER OF EXCURSIONS
BIO-BASED CCC (CHRONIC) DESIGN FLOW
1931 TO 1977
15.68
25.35 CFS
WATER QUALITY EXCURSIONS FOR 1931-1977 AT DESIGN FLOW OF 25.35 CFS
CLUSTER
PERIOD
EXCURSION PERIODS


NUMBER OF



DURATION
AVERAGE %
START DATE
EXCURSIONS
START DATE
(DAYS)
EXCURSION *
OCT 2,
1931
3.25
OCT
2,
1931
4
3.1



NOV
U,
1931
5
1.4



NOV
26,
1931
4
16.0
OCT 13,
1932
1.50
OCT
13,
1932
6
8.3
AUG 14,
1936
2.25
AUG
14,
1936
9
41.8
OCT 22,
1965
1.75
OCT
22,
1965
7
13.2
AUG 5,
1966
5.00
AUG
5,
1966
12
4.9



AUG
19,
1966
25
31.7
AUG 12,
1970
1.75
AUG
12,
1970
7
21.4
TOTAL
15.50

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DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED	: 1931 TO 1977
7-Q-10 DESIGN FLOW	:	32.41 CFS
DESIGN FLOWS FOR USGS GAGE 01196500
QUINNIPIAC R AT WALLINGFORD, CT
PERIOD OF RECORD ANALYZED	: 1931 TO 1988
HUMAN HEALTH (HARMONIC MEAN) DESIGN FLOW :	113.69 CFS.
Figure 7. Sample DFLOW Session Log
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COMPUTATIONAL PROCEDURES
This section describes the computational steps employed by DFLOW for each of the three types
of design flows considered. It begins with the extreme value design flow, since this type of design
flow also serves as a starting point in computing the biologically-based design flow.
Extreme Value Design Flow
The extreme value design flow is computed from the sample of lowest m-day average flows for each
year of record, where "m" is the user-supplied flow averaging period. Established practice uses
arithmetic averaging to calculate these m-day average flows. A log Pearson Type III probability
distribution is fitted to the sample of annual minimum m-day flows. The design flow is the value
from the distribution whose probability of not being exceeded is 1/R, where R is the user-supplied
return period. The procedure is modified slightly to accommodate situations where some annual
low flows are zero.
STEP 1. Initialize each element of a vector X of daily flow values to UNKNOWN (i.e., a very large
j(\
number such as lx 10 ).
STEP 2.
Read in daily flow values from the retrieved STORET flow file into X, where X(l) corresponds
to the first day of record. (Note: February 29th of leap years is ignored.)
STEP 3.
Create m-day running arithmetic averages form the daily flows in X, and replace the daily flows
of X with these values, the running average of X(i), X(i+ 1), ..., X(i + m-l) is placed in X(i).
STEP 4.
Find the lowest m-day running average value for each water year recorded in X (where a water year
begins on April 1) and store the resulting values in vector Y. Let NY denote the number of entries
in Y.
STEP 5.
Let N be the number of non-zero entries in Y. Assume that these Y-values are a sample drawn
from a log Pearson Type III probability distribution. The design flow, DFLOW, is the value from
this distribution whose probability of not being exceeded is 1/R, where R is the user-supplied return
period. Use the following procedure to find DFLOW:
Step 5a. Find the mean (U), standard deviation (S), and skewness coefficient (G) of the
natural logarithms of the non-zero entries in Y.
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Step 5b. Let FO be the fraction of entries in Y that are zero:
FO = (NY - N)/NY
Let P be the cumulative probability corresponding to the user-supplied return period of R
years, adjusted for the presence of zero-flow years:
P = (1/R - F0)/(1 - FO).
In other words, if FO is the probability of having a year with zero stream flow, and 1/R is
the allowed probability of a year with an excursion below the design flow, then P is the
corresponding excursion probability in years with non- zero flows.
Step 5c. Let Z be the standard normal deviate corresponding to cumulative probability P.
Z can be computed using the following formula (Joiner and Rosenblatt, 1971):
Z = 4.91( P14- (1- P)14)
Step 5d. Compute the gamma deviate, K, corresponding to the standard normal deviate Z
and skewness G using the Wilson- Hilferty transformation (Loucks et al., 1981):
K = (2/g)((l + G*Z/6 - G2 /36)3 - 1)
Step 5e. Compute DFLOW as exp(U + K*S).
Biologically-Based Design Flow
A descriptive definition of the biologically-based design flow is presented in U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (1986). It is computed by starting with a trial design flow, then counting how
often this flow is not exceeded by m-day average flows in the historical record. (In contrast with the
traditional method of computing extreme value design flows, the m-day flow averages are harmonic
means, not arithmetic ones. The reason why is explained in Rossman (1990). This count is com-
pared to the allowed number of such occurrences, and the trial design flow is adjusted accordingly.
The specific computational steps involved are as follows:
Step 1. Initialize each element of a vector X of daily flow values to UNKNOWN (i.e., a very large
2D
ipumber such as lx 10 ).
Step 2. Read in daily flow values from the retrieved STORET flow file into X, where X(l) corre-
sponds to the first day of record. (Note: February 29th of leap years is ignored.)
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Step 3. Create m-day running harmonic averages from the daily flows in X, and replace the daily
flows of X with these values. The running average of x(i), x(i+ 1), x(i + m-l) is placed in x(i)
and is computed as follows:
Define B(j) as l/X(i + j-l) if X(i +j-1 > 0, and 0 otherwise, for j = 1 to m. Let DSUM
be the sum of B(j) for j = 1 to m and mO be the number of B(j) values that equal 0. Then
replace X(i) with X(i) = (m-m0)/DSUM+(m-m0)/m.
Note that this procedure takes into account the possibility of zero flows when forming a harmonic
average.
Step 4. Compute an extreme value m-day average trial design flow (DFLOW) using the
biologically-based average number of years between flow excursions (R) as the return period.
Step 5. Compute the allowed number of flow excursions, A, (i.e., the number of distinct m-day
average flows allowed to be below the design flow) over the NDAYS of stream flow record: A =
NDAYS/365/R.
Step 6. Use the procedure described below to compute the number of biologically-based flow ex-
cursions resulting under the trial design flow DFLOW. Because the trial flow was computed as an
extreme value flow, the resulting number of biologically-based excursions will most likely be larger
than the allowed number, A. If it is not, then keep increasing the trial design flow by some fixed
increment until the resulting number of excursions exceeds A.
Step 7. Use the Method of False Position (Carnahan et al., 1969) to successively refine the estimate
of the biologically-based design flow as follows:
Step 4a. Set lower and upper bounds on the design flow with their corresponding excursion
counts:
FL = 0; XL = 0.
FU = DFLOW; XU = number of excursions under DFLOW.
Step 4b. Check on convergence of the bounds. If FU - FL is within 0.5% of FL, then end
with DFLOW = FU. If XL is within 0.005 of A, then end with DFLOW = FL. If XU
is within 0.005 of A, then end with DFLOW = FU. Otherwise proceed to the next step.
Step 4c. Interpolate between the bounds to find a new trial design flow, FT:
FT = FL + (FU - FL)*(A - XL)/(XU - XL)
and compute the number of excursions (XT) occurring for this flow (see procedure described
below).
Step 4d. Update the bounds based on the value of XT: If XT < = A, then set FL = FT
and XL = XT. Otherwise set FU = FT and XU = XT. Then return to the convergence
check of step 4b.
The process used to count the number of flow excursions for a given design flow proceeds in two
phases. The first phase identifies all excursion periods in the period of record. An excursion period
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Is a sequence of consecutive days where each day belongs to an m-day running average flow that
s below the given design flow. Recall that "m" is the flow averaging period set by the user. Phase
two groups these excursion periods into excursion clusters and counts up the total number of ex-
cursions occurring within all clusters. An excursion cluster consists of all excursion periods falling
within a prescribed length of time from the start of the first period in the cluster (120 days is the
default cluster length). The number of excursions counted per cluster is subject to an upper limit
whose default value is 5.
Before describing the detailed procedures for each of these phases a simple numerical example will
be used to illustrate the method. Suppose that the design flow under consideration is 100 cfs and
that the period of record yields a sequence of 4-day running average flows as follows:

4-Day Avg.

4-Day Avg.
DAY
Flow, cfs
DAY
Flow, cfs
1
34
513

2
65
to
< 100
3
25
545

4-12
> 100
546

13
57
to
> 100
14
34
end

15
26


16-512
> 100


The first flow excursion period for this record consists of the 4-day averages occurring on days 1,
2 and 3. Thus the period extends from day 1 to day 6 (days 4, 5 and 6 belong to the averaging
period that begins on day 3). There are two other excursion periods consisting of days 13 to 18 and
513 to 548. Under the default clustering parameters, there are 2 excursion clusters; cluster 1 con-
tains periods 1 and 2, and cluster 2 contains period 3. The number of excursions in each cluster is
as follows:
CLUSTER
PERIOD
START
DAY
LENGTH,
DAYS
# EXCURSIONS
In Period
# EXCURSIONS
In Cluster
1
1
4
6
6/4 = 1.5
3.0

2
13
6
6/4 = 1.5

2
3
513
36
36/4 =9.0
5.0
Note that the number of excursions in each period equals the period length divided by the averaging
leriod. The nominal number of excursions in cluster 2 is 9, and since this exceeds the limit of 5,
only 5 are counted. The total number of excursions for the design flow of 100 cfs in this example
is 3 + 5 = 8.
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The detailed procedure for counting biologically-based flow excursions under a specified design flow
is as follows:
PHASE 1
Define Pl(i) = day which begins excursion period i,
P2(i) = day which ends excursion period i,
XP(i) = number of excursions in period i,
XKLjnax = maximum cluster length (e.g., 120 days),
t = current day of record.
Step 1. Set i = 0, P2(0) = 0, and t = 1.
Step 2. If the m-day running average beginning on day t is greater or equal to the specified design
flow then proceed to Step 5.
Step 3. If the current day t is more than a day beyond the end of the current excursion perion (t
> P2(i) + 1), or if the length of the current excursion period equals XKLj^^ then begin a new
excursion period by setting:
i = i + 1
Pl(i) = t
P2(i) = m - 1
XP(i) = 0.
Step 4. Update the ending day of the current excursion period and the excursion count for this
period:
P2(i) = P2(i) + 1
XP(i) = (P2(i) - P1 (i)) / m.
Step 5. Proceed to the next day of record (t = t + 1). If not at the end of the record then return
to Step 2. otherwise proceed to phase 2.
PHASE 2
Define	i = current excursion period,
k = current excursion cluster,
K1 = day of record which begins cluster k,
XK(K) = number of excursions in cluster k,
XKmax = maximum number of excursions counted per cluster (e.g., 5),
Step 1. Set i = 1, k = 0, and K1 = a large negative number.
Step 2. If the length of the current cluster is greater than the maximum length (i.e., P2(i) - K1 >
XKLjj^x ) then begin a new cluster with excursion period i, i.e.,
k = k + 1
K1 = Pl(k)
XK(k) = 0.
Step 3. Update the excursion count for the current cluster,
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XK(k) = minimum(XK(k) + XP(i), XKmax).
Step 4. Proceed to the next excursion period (i = i + 1) and return to Step 2. If no more excursion
periods remain, then total up the number of excursions in each cluster (XK(1) + XK(2) + ... +
XK(k)) to determine the total number of excursions.
Human Health Design Flow
The overall harmonic mean daily flow can serve as a design flow for human health water criteria
that are based on lifetime exposures. (See Rossman (1990) for justifying the use of the harmonic
mean.) Computation of the harmonic mean flow begins by reading daily flow values into a vector
x. Then the following steps are followed:
Step 1. Set NDAYS = 0, NZEROS = 0, DSUM = 0 and t = 1.
Step 2. If X(t) equals UNKNOWN, then go to Step 5. Otherwise set NDAYS = NDAYS + 1.
Step 3. If x(t) equals ), then set NZEROS = NZEROS + 1 and go to Step 5.
Step 4. Set DSUM = DSUM + 1/X(t).
Step 5. Set t = t + 1. If the end of the record has not been reached then return to Step 2.
Step 6. Compute the design flow HMEAN as HMEAN = (NDAYS - NZEROS) / DSUM ~ DR
.where DR = (NDAYS - NZEROS) / NDAYS.
'S.'ote that this procedure takes into account the possibility of days with zero flow. The final esti-
mate of the harmonic mean is a weighted average of the harmonic mean of the non-zero flows and
zero. The weight attached to the harmonic mean of the non-zero flows is simply the fraction of the
total days of record that have non-zero flows.
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REFERENCES
Carnahan, B., H.A. Luther, and J.O. wilkes, Applied Numerical Methods, Wiley, New York, 1969.
Joiner, B.L., and Rosenblatt, J.R., 'Some properties of the range in samples from Tukey's sym-
metric lambda distributions', J. Amer. Statistical Assoc., 66:394-399, 1971.
Loucks, D.P., Stedinger, J.R., and Haith, D.A., Water Resource Systems Planning and Analysis,
Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1981.
Rossman, L.A., "Design Stream Flows Based on Harmonic Means', Journal of Hydraulic Engi-
neering, Vol. 116, No. 7, July, 1990.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Wasteload
Allocation, Book VI, Design Conditions: Chapter 1 - Stream Design Flow for Steady-State Mod-
eling", Office of Water Regulations and Standards, Washington, D.C., 1986.
REFERENCES
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APPENDIX A. OPERATION OF PC DFLOW
The PC version of the DFLOW program includes only the design flow computational portion of
the mainframe version. It assumes that a file of daily flow records already exists on the PC and is
named with an extension of FLO.
NOTE: File names on DOS-compatible PCs consist of I to 8 characters followed by an
optional file extension of a period and 1 to 3 characters. An example of a legal name
for a PC stream flow file would be QUINNIP.FLO.
The first line of this file contains the 8-digit USGS gaging station ID number belonging to the flow
record. Subsequent lines of the file contain the date (year, month, day, e.g., 88 3 22 for March 22,
1988) and the flow value in cfs for each day of record in chronological order. Each number must
oe separated by commas or spaces. Unrecorded days can either be left off the file or be assigned a
flow value less than 10"^ cfs. Flow values can be entered in scientific notation if desired (e.g.,
2.34E2 for 234). The flow file conversion utility of the mainframe version of DFLOW converts a
STORET flow record into a file with this format. The converted flow file can then be downloaded
onto a PC for processing with the PC version of DFLOW. Of course other sources could also be
used to provide flow data, as long as they were put into the aforementioned format. An example
of a PC stream flow file is shown- in Figure 8.
To run PC DFLOW, the stream flow file and the DFLOW program (the file DFLOW.EXE) must
be in the same disk directory. Prior to running the program, this directory should be made the de-
fault directory. For example, if the files reside on drive C in a directory called PCDFLOW, then the
following DOS commands should be issued:
C:
CD C:\PCDFLOW
APPENDIX A. OPERATION OF PC DFLOW
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Initial Portion of a PC FLow File
01196500
32
01
01
38.00
32
01
02
121.00
32
01
03
174.00
32
01
04
142.00
32
01
05
107.00
32
01
06
110.00
32
01
07
281.00
32
01
08
270.00
32
01
09
190.00
32
01
10
147.00
32
01
11
155.00
32
01
12
155.00
Figure 8. Initial Portion of a PC FLow File
To execute the program, the following command is used:
DFLOW
The user is then prompted to enter the name of the stream flow file (1 to 8 characters, without the
.FLO extension). If the flow file cannot be found or accessed, an error message results and the
program terminates. Otherwise, it uses the same menus, data prompts, and output displays as the
mainframe version. Upon exiting the program, a log of the computations is saved in a file whose
prefix is the same as the stream flow file and has an extension of .LOG. This file can be printed to
produce a hardcopy of the calculations.
APPENDIX A. OPERATION OF PC DFLOW
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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
JUL 9 1990
OFFICE OF
WATER
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Availability of Information on Dams and Impoundments
Data
Dams and impoundments data used for preparation of the Dam
Quality Study (U.S. EPA, 1989) for Congress has recently been
placed in a WQAB data base. These data can be used by the
conversational procedure "WQAB DAMR" (user information for DAMR
is available via WQAB HELP). The STORET mapping procedure
PGM=LOC (via auxfiles) can also be used to display the locations
of dam sites separately or with STORET dat*.
Attachments A) WQAB DAMR procedure, B) nf orir.ation report
for two dams using DAMR procedure., C) STORET display and report
for only dams within the Thornapple River Basin CU-04050007. D)
STORET display and report for dams and STORET water quality and
facility locations for Thornapple River Basin CU-04050007, and E)
STORET display and mapping for stream reach 004 (RF1) are
examples using WQAB DAMR and STORET.
Addressees: Betsy Southerland
Rod Frederick
TO:
FROM:
Phillip L. Taylor
Addressees
Joe Sierra
Lee Manning
Louis Hoelman
Ed Woo
Bill Jutis
Charles Kanetsky
Thomas Burnett
Stuart Ross
Carl Young
Norm Crisp
Dick Sotiros
Eric Wilson
Bill Bogue
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** TSO FOREGROUND HARDCOPY ****
*JAME = PLTA012.WQAB.HELP
4t7A-
(DAMR
******************
WQAB DAMR
******************
AN INTERACTIVE PROCEDURE TO RETRIEVE INFORMATION ON DAMS AND IMPOUNDMENTS
OM THE U.S. EPA DAM INVENTORY DATABASE WHICH WAS PRODUCED BY THE
S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS IN RESPONSE TO CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRY
THE OVERALL SAFETY HAZARDS POSED BY DAMS(U.S. ARMY CORPS OF
GINEERS, 1982). THE DATABASE CONSIST OF 68,155 SEPARATE DAM
RUCTURES DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE U.S., OF THESE DAMS, 2,125
E CONSIDERED LARGE (IMPOUNDMENTS 10,000 ACRE.FEET OR MORE AT
3MAL POOL VOLUME). THE REMAINING 66,030 ARE CLASSIFIED AS SMALL.
:H OBSERVATION IN THE DATABASE CONTAIN SUCH PARAMETERS AS DAM
D SITE NAMES, PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SITE AND DAM, AND
3ULATORY INFORMATION EFFECTIVE AS OF 1982. DURING U.S. EPA USE
THE FILE, SEVERAL ADDITIONAL ELEMENTS WERE ADDED WHICH RELATE TO
TER QUALITY AND THE REACH FILE STREAM NETWORK.
1E OF THE INFORMATION IN THE ORIGINAL DATABASE WAS NOT GERMANE FOR
:H A FILE AND WAS NOT INCLUDED IN THE FILE. THESE 68,155
ERVATIONS INCLUDE NEARLY ALL OF THE LARGE DAMS AND IMPOUNDMENTS
MANY SMALLER DAMS. SINCE ESTIMATES PLACE THE NUMBER OF DAMS IN
I U.^^AS SEVERAL MILLION, INCLUDING SMALL FARM PONDS, THE
TAB^^IS NOT COMPLETELY COMPREHENSIVE.
~THE DAM INVENTORY RETRIEVAL PROGRAM WILL ALLOW THE USER TO
TRIEVE INFORMATION FROM THE DAM INVENTORY DATABASE USING ONE OF
?EE FORMATS. THESE THREE FORMATS ARE INTERACTIVE, BATCH PROGRAM,
) PC DOWNLOAD. CURRENTLY, ONLY THE INTERACTIVE FORMAT IS ACTIVE.
: OTHER TWO REMAINING FORMATS WILL BE ACTIVATED AT A LATER TIME.
"HIN EACH OF THE FORMATS, DATA CAN BE RETRIEVED BASED ON ONE OF
JEE OPTIONS. THE FIRST TWO OPTIONS ARE BASED ON THE LOCATION OF
: DAM (THROUGH THE STATE AND CATALOGING UNIT PARAMETERS). THE
iRD OPTION USES THE DAM IDENTIFICATION CODE PARAMETER TO MAKE THE
RIEVAL. THE STATE AND CATALOGING UNIT OPTIONS CAN OPERATE
IEPENDENTLY OR PROVIDE A LISTING OF INDIVIDUAL DAMS. THESE
)IVIDUAL DAMS CAN THEN BE NARROWED DOWN AND USED WITH THE DAM
[NTIFICATION CODE OPTION TO RETRIEVE MORE COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION
A DAM.
RETRIEVALS BASED ON THE STATE NAME PROVIDES THE GREATEST QUANTITY OF
PUT FROM THE DATABASE. THIS RETRIEVAL CAN BE TIME CONSUMING TO LIST
Specially on a full screen terminal) since, on average, there are
PROXIMATELY 1,360 DAMS PER STATE. TEXAS HAS OVER 5,660 DAMS IN THE
ABASE. AT THE OTHER END OF THE SPECTRUM, DELAWARE HAS ONLY 93 DAMS
THE DATABASE, AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS HAS 8). INSTEAD OF USING THIS
ION FOR ANYTHING MORE THAN A CURSORY SEARCH, IT MIGHT BE ADVISABLE
NARROW A SEARCH FOR A SPECIFIC DAM BASED TO THE NEXT LEVEL OF
RI^^^ CRITERIA, THE CATALOGING UNIT.
RET1WEVALS BASED ON THE CATALOGING UNIT (A WATERSHED-BASED RETRIEVAL
VIDE THE USER WITH MORE CONTROL OVER THE QUANTITY OF OUTPUT PRODUCED
M THE PROGRAM. IT ALSO HAS AN ADVANTAGE IN THAT THE RETRIEVED DATA
STRETCH OVER STATE BOUNDARIES. HOWEVER, SOME OF THE DAMS DO NOT
E A CATALOGING UNIT ASSIGNED (ALTHOUGH MOST OF THE LARGER DAMS DO).

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CHILD..THIS BE THE CASE, THESE DAMS HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED A CATALOGING UNIT
MPOSED OF THE REGION AND BASIN FOLLOWED BY FOUR ZEROS. THIS MEANS
AT INITIALLY IF A RETRIEVAL USING A VALID CATALOGING UNIT RETURNS A
SSAGE THAT NO DAMS EXIST IN THAT CATALOGING UNIT, THERE IS STILL THE
SSIBILITY THAT DAMS ARE PRESENT BUT CATALOGING UNITS HAVE NOT BEEN
SIG^tt. SIMPLY CHANGE THE LAST FOUR DIGITS TO ZEROS AND RE-SUBMIT
E F^HEVAL.
UNLIKE STATE OR CATALOGING UNIT RETRIEVALS, THAT ONLY PROVIDE
MMARIES OF DATABASE PARAMETERS, THE DAM IDENTIFICATION CODE PROVIDES
E USER WITH THE COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE FOR A SINGLE DAM. THE
M INVENTORY CODE OPTION CAN BE USED TO RETRIEVE THE COMPLETE
FORMATION ON THAT DAM. BECAUSE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR LARGE QUANTITIES
RECORDS BEING RETRIEVED USING THE STATE AND CATALOGING UNIT OPTIONS,
IS APPROACH IS MORE EFFICIENT AND LESS TIME CONSUMING FOR THE USER.
THE PROCESS BEGINS AT THE TSO READY PROMPT BY TYPING:
WQAB DAMR
AND PRESSING THE ENTER KEY. (FROM NOW ON, THE ACTION OF
PRESSING THE ENTER KEY WILL BE DESIGNATED AS ).
THE FIRST SCREEN (PRIMARY MENU) APPEAR.
*****************************************************
*		 WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS BRANCH 		*
*****************************************************
*	DAM INVENTORY RETRIEVAL PROGRAM	*
*			PRIMARY MENU 		*
*****************************************************
I	1 - "INTERACTIVE RETRIEVAL	I
I	2 - "B"ATCH REPORT RETRIEVAL	I
|	3 - "D"OWNLOAD FORMAT FOR PC	I
I	4 - "E"ND (EXIT FROM PROGRAM)	I
*****************************************************
*	CHOOSE EITHER BY OPTION NUMBER OR SPECIFIED LETTER*
*****************************************************
ENTER OPTION 1 - 4 OR FIRST LETTER: -
E NEXT SCREEN, DEPICTED BELOW DISPLAYS A MENU THAT ALLOWS THE
ER TO SELECT THE CRITERIA TO BE USED TO MAKE THE RETRIEVAL. THE USER
ST DECIDE WHETHER TO RETRIEVE DATA FROM THE DATABASE BASED ON A
RTAIN STATE OR TERRITORY, A CATALOGING UNIT, OR THE DAM IDENTIFICATION
DE ITSELF.
************************************4****************
*	SELECT DAM(S) USING CRITERIA BELOW	*
*	CHOOSE EITHER BY OPTION NUMBER OR SPECIFIED LETTER*
*****************************************************
I 1 - "S"TATE NAME (E.G. VA FOR VIRGINIA) I
I 2 - "CATALOGING UNIT (E.G. 02060101)	I
I 3 - "D"AM IDENTIFICATION CODE (E.G.AKOO001) I
I 4 - "E"ND (RETURN TO PRIMARY MENU) I
	*	.	*
* CHOOSE EITHER BY OPTION NUMBER OR SPECIFIED LETTER*
*****************************************************
ENTER OPTION 1 - 4 OR FIRST LETTER:
SHOW THE UTILITY OF USING THE STATE OR CATALOGING UNIT RETRIEVALS
? SCREENING AND THEN THE DAM IDENTIFICATION CODE TO ACQUIRE DETAILED
rA, CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING HYPOTHETICAL SCENARIO. TO DETERMINE THE
:ECTS OF A PROPOSED "WIDGET" PLANT ON LOCAL WATER SUPPLY, AN EPA

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.PLOY-EE WISHES TO DETERMINE THE LOCATION OF ALL LOCAL IMPOUNDMENTS
AT SERVE AS DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES. THE PLANT IS TO BE BUILT IN
NTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND (AND FOR THE SAKE OF SIMPLICITY, WOULD ONLY
FECT THAT REGION). RECALL FROM APPENDIX A THAT THE DAM INVENTORY
TABASE CONTAINS A PARAMETER THAT PROVIDES THIS INFORMATION (NAMELY,
E P^JIARY OR SECONDARY PURPOSES). AFTER CHECKING THE USGS
DR^AlC UNIT MAP FOR MARYLAND, THE USER NOTES THAT THE AFFECTED
TaS^TNG UNITS ARE 02060006, 02070008, AND 02070010 .
E BATCH AND DOWNLOAD FORMATS ARE NOT CURRENTLY ACTIVE. SHOULD THE
ER SELECT EITHER OF THESE OPTIONS, THE PROGRAM RECOGNIZES THIS AND
TURNS THE USER TO THE PRIMARY MENU.
EXAMPLE OF FOUR(4) DAMS:
MD00005 - BRIGHTON DAM,
MD00022 - LITTLE FALLS DAM,
MDO0 0 54 - LAKE WALKER, AND
MDO0194 - LAKE PLACID.
LISTING FOR DAM ID CODE MD00022
**********************************************************
DAM ID SELECTED: MD00022
NAME: LITTLE FALLS DAM
STATE MD COUNTY: 031 SOURCE: COE
LATITUDE: 385700 LONGITUDE: 770736
IMPOUNDMENT NAME: LITTLE FALLS RESERVOIR
RIVER NAME:	POTOMAC RIVER
fEGION: 02 BASIN: 07
hTALOGING UNIT: 02070006 SEGMENT: 022
TLEPOINT: 12.2 MILES
PRIMARY PURPOSE: WATER SUPPLY
OTHER PURPOSES: 0
DAM TYPE: PG	YEAR COMPLETED: 1958
HEIGHT - STRUCTURAL: 11 FEET
HYDRAULIC: 14 FEET
VOLUME - NORMAL:	56 ACRE-FEET
MAXIMUN:	60 ACRE-FEET
CREST LENGTH: 1300 FEET
SPILLWAY TYPE: U SPILLWAY WIDTH: 1300 FEET
MAXIMUM DISCHARGE: 484000 CUBIC FEET/SECOND
OWNER: DAEN NAB	OWNER CODE: C
FEDERALLY REGULATED ? : ON FEDERAL LAND ? :
TYPE OF SCS ASSISTANCE: : DEGREE OF HAZARD: 2
NEAREST DOWNSTREAM CITY: WASHINGTON, D.C.
POPULATION: 1000000 MILES DOWNSTREAM: 0
TRAP EFFICIENCY: 0.99998326.61
MIXING POTENTIAL: 2336.3440554151
SURFACE AREA: 12 ACRE(S) SOURCE: C
LENGTH OF IMPOUNDMENT: 2759 FEET SOURCE: C
	EPA DATABASE LAST UPDATED ON 900215	
ENTER DAM ID CODE OR "END" TO QUIT:	
m
ISSED
STINGS ALSO PROVIDE INFORMATION SUCH AS NORMAL VOLUME THAT
UL FOR AN ANALYSIS. NOTICE THAT SOME OF THE PARAMETERS
IN THE APPENDIX A, SUCH AS INSTALLED POWER, ARE NOT SHOWN
LISTING.
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STORET AUXFILE RETRIEVALS (BATCH)
IN ADDITION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DAM INVENTORY DATABASE AND THE
[CK RETRIEVAL PROGRAM, DAM INVENTORY AUXFILES AND ASSOCIATED RETRIEVAL
'ABILITIES HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED. AN AUXFILE CONSISTS OF X, Y DATA THAT
TH^^OCATION OF A CERTAIN ELEMENT. IN THE DAM INVENTORY DATABASE,
I L^^VION USED IS THE POSITION OF THE DAM ITSELF. AS A RESULT OF THE
IE ^^"HE DATABASE, SEVERAL SMALLER FILES WERE CREATED INSTEAD OF A
JGLE LARGE FILE. ANOTHER REASON IS A LIMITATION IN THE SIZE OF FILE
^T THE STORET PROGRAM BUILDAUX CAN PROCESS. A BREAKDOWN THAT MADE
JSE WAS SEPARATING THE FILE INTO WATER RESOURCE COUNCIL CWRC) REGIONS
,G. 01-NORTHEAST OR 04-OHIO RIVER).
BASINS (REGIONS)
01	NEW ENGLAND
02	MID ATLANTIC
03	SOUTH ATLANTIC
04	GREAT LAKES
05	OHIO
06	TENNESSEE
07	UPPER MISS
08	LOWER MISS
09	SOURIS-RED
10	MISSOURI
11	ARKANSAS-WHITE
12	TEXAS-GULF
13	RIO GRANDE
14	UPPER COLORADO
15	LOWER COLORADO
16	GREAT BASIN
17	PACIFIC NORTHWEST
18	CALIFORNIA
19	ALASKA
20	HAWAII
21	CARIBBEAN
IN THIS MANNER, 2 SERIES OF AUXFILES WERE CREATED. ONE SERIES
ILUDED LABELS FOR EACH DAM AND ONE WITH ONLY A SYMBOL FOR THE DAM.
: LATTER FILES MAY BE USED IN AREAS WHERE THE DENSITY OF DAMS
:cluj2L reading the labels.
(E.G. NORTHEAST-USE AUXFILE DGCA062.DAMO1AUX
FOR SYMBOL ONLY OR DGCA062.RGNO1AUX FOR SYMBOL & LABEL.
FOR OHIO RIVER USE DGCA062.DAM05AUX OR DGCA062.RGN0 5AUX.)
BESIDES BEING SEPARATED BY REGION, EACH OF THE FILES MAKES AN
INTERNAL DISTINCTION BASED ON THE DAM SIZE. WHEN USED WITH THE
GRAPHICAL PROGRAM, THE DATA IN THE AUXFILES WILL USE TWO DIFFERENT
SYMBOLS TO CONTRAST LARGE AND SMALL DAMS. LARGE DAMS ARE DEFINED AS
ANY IMPOUNDMENT HAVING A NORMAL STORAGE OF OVER 10,000 ACRE-FEET.
SMALL DAMS HAVE NORMAL STORAGE VOLUMES LESS THAN 10,000 ACRE-FEET
ON THE OUTPUT MAPS, THE LARGE DAMS ARE REPRESENTED AS THE STORET
SYMBOL 001, THAT RESULT IN A HEXAGON SYMBOL WHEN PLOTTED. SMALL
DAMS USED STORET SYMBOL 002 TO REPRESENT THE LOCATION OF THE DAM.
THIS SYMBOL APPEARS AS A TRIANGLE ON ANY RESULTING PLOTS.
THE GRAPHICAL PROGRAM IS PRODUCED USING THE STANDARD STORET "POM^DC"
SYNTEX. BELOW IS AN EXAMPLE OF A PROGRAM THAT USES THIS SYNTAX.
mu ru
m
I7^T =
PGM = LOC,
STC=27,
NORET,
POLY=MAPCHECK,
DDMM,L=DDMM, L=DDMM,L=DDMM,<	LAT/LONG POLYGON AROUND AREA,
DDMM,L=DDMM, L=DDMM,L=DDMM,	DEVELOPED BY USER...
= DDMM,L=DDMM, L=DDMM,L=DDMM,
AUXFILE=DMAP,	<	TELLS PROGRAM DDNAME OF
AUXFILES
BACKGROUND=STATES( 3) , BACKGROUND=REACHES( 2) , BACKGROUND12COUNTIES
C) ,

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0	100
0110
0120
0130
0140
01
0
0
m
LLTICS=CORNERS,
PL0TMSG= PLASE
PLOTMSG=
PLOTMSG=
PLOTMSG=
LOTMSG
LOTMSG=
/USR
USE:
BLUE IN
RED IN
GREEN IN
 PLACES TIC
PEN NUMBER 2
PEN NUMBER 3
PEN NUMBER 4
MARKS IN CORNERS
-- CONTACT JOE USERNAME 3 555-1234 --
-- AND ROUTE TO BIN Z123 AFTER THE --
-- PLOT IS FINISHED -- THANK YOU --
JOB (XXXXST0RPZ123),'DAMAUX*,TIME=5,PRTY=1
0180 **ROUTE PRINT HOLD
0190 **JOBPARM LINES=10
0200 ./DMAP DD DSN=DGCA062.RGN02AUX,DISP=SHR <	 REGION 2 AUXFILE
NOTIFY=USR
THE USER IS ADVISED TO PERUSE THE STORET DOCUMENTATION FOR DETAIL ON
THE PARTICULARS OF THE STORET SYNTAX. HOWEVER, ONCE THE USER SUBMITS
THE JOB (USING THE %SCAN PROGRAM), THE PROGRAM WILL BEGIN THE PROCESS
THAT WILL CREATE A PLOT OF THE POLYGON AND AUXFILES. THE EXAMPLE
PROGRAM IS FAIRLY SIMPLE IN REGARDS TO USING THE FULL CAPABILITIES
AVAILABLE THROUGH STORET. OTHER STORET PROGRAMS AND FILES SHOULD
BE CONSULTED AND USED TO ADD OTHER DESIRED FEATURES TO THE PLOTS.

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If ****************************************************	.
DAM ID SELECTED: MI00503	&
Name: LABARGE DAM
State: MI County: 081 Source: COE
^^.tude: 424830 Longitude: 852912
^^^undment Name:
Name: THORN APPLE RIVER
Region: 04 Basin: 05
Cataloging Unit: 04050007 Segment: 001
Milepoint: 16.5 miles Primary Purpose: R
Other Purposes: H
Dam Type: PG	Year Completed: 1901
Height - Structural: 34 feet
Hydraulic: 32 feet
Volume - Normal:	1800 acre-feet
Maximum:	5250 acre-feet
Crest Length: 595 feet
Spillway Type: U Spillway Width: 156 feet
Maximum Discharge: 18500 cubic feet/second
Owner: GRAND RIVER HYDROELECTR1 Owner Code: N
Federally Regulated ? N On Federal Land ? N
Type of SCS Assistance: N Degree of Hazard: 1
Nearest Downstream City: ALASKA
Population: 100 Miles Downstream: 3
Trap Efficiency: 0.9939028770
Mixing Potential: 4.5581438551
Surface Area: 162 acre(s) Source: C
Length of Impoundment: 10347 feet Source: C
	 Data last updated on 900120 	
**
051
DAM ID SELECTED: MI00543
Name: MIDDLEVILLE DAM
State: MI County: 015 Source: COE
Latitude: 424242 Longitude: 852754
Impoundment Name:
River Name: THORNAPPLE RIVER
Region: 04 Basin: 05
Cataloging Unit: 04050007 Segment: 002
Milepoint:	2.9 miles Primary Purpose: H
Dam Type: PG	Year Completed: 1938
Height - Structural: 16 feet
Hydraulic: 12 feet
Volume - Normal:	170 acre-feet
Maximum:	270 acre-feet
Crest Length: 104 feet
Spillway Type: C Spillway Width: 80 feet
Maximum Discharge: 3200 cubic feet/second
Power - Installed:	0.2 Megawatts
Owner: MIDSTATE SERVICE CO	Owner Code: N
Federally Regulated ? N On Federal Land ? N
Type of SCS Assistance: N Degree of Hazard: 2
Ng^f-est Downstream City: MIDDLEVILLE
Elation: 1900 Miles Downstream: 0
Efficiency: 0.9911470563
Mixing Potential: 11.1720097074
Surface Area: 41 acre(s) Source: C
Length of Impoundment: 5193 feet Source: C
	 Data last updated on 900120 	
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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 90/07/09 - ECHO OF ORIOINAL REQUEST
0000 0010 PGMeIOC,BBORDER,OVERLAP"0.O.NORET,MOPOIPIT,
0000020 SCALE'SOOO
0000050 POLV = MAPCH
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1*0650057
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624035
424314
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424336
424218
424326
424106
423455
423223
423104
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423049
422816
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423148
423143
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423231
423026
422740
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42294$
423106
423444
423729
423902
424005
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424716
424936
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625655
425703
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425351
425204
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425107
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0664746
0644427
0644133
0644065
0644000
0644129
0644447
0644901
0665353
0665727
0650041
0650115
0650036
0650249
0650406
0650656
0651052
0851329
0651542
0651938
0652221
0652425
0652656
0652650
0652637
08SS029
0653144
0653259
0653531
0653207
0653132
0653212
0853049
0652625
0652637
0652314
0651937
0651656
0651336
0651351
0651135
0650657
L10650525
L-0650250
0,BACKCRND-REACHES(4),BACKORND-REACHNUMS(4),
CK ,INCLUDE-< 06050007)-
EVWORD REPLACED BV -
424446,L
424137,1
424057,L
424329ft
424332,L
>424243,1
>424244,1
424307,1
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423412,1
423154,1
423102,1
423336,1
423149,1
423016,1
422616,L
423059,1
423119,1
423152,L
423106,L
423244,1
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422705,L
422901,L
422946,1
422755,1
423022,L
423118,1
423524,1
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-423859,1
424126,L
424546,L
424755,L
425001,L
425255,1
>425503,1
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425626,L
425409,1
425336,L
425341,1
425153,1
625231,L
425034,1
425006,1
425150,L
424955,L
424707,L
0645931 ,L-424409,1* 065
0650141,1-424103,L085
0645649,1-424124,L064!
0665621,l424336.1*0645
0645036,L424329,1*064
0644623,L*424212,L*064
0644344,L424308,L*064
0644121, 1*424226,L*064
0644036,L*423620,1*064
0644006,I423332,I-064
0644211,1*423133,L-084
0644543,L*423225,1*064
0645147,1*423337,1*084
0645457,L*423132,L064
0845801,1*422915,1*064
0650113,1*422639,1*065
0650024,1*423139,1*065
0650123,L*423046,L*065
0650317,1*423134,L*065
0650655,1*423127,L06S
0650940,L*423233,L 065
0651106,1*422650,1*065
0651601,L*422706,L*065
06517 04,L-422926,1*085
0852034,1*422930,1*085
0652303,1-422611,1*065
0652454,1*423051,1*065
0652724,L*423205,L*085
0652649,1*423606,1*065
0652652,1*423637,1*065
0653044,1*423652,1*085
0653144,1*424210,1*065
0653432,I*424620,L*065
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0653119,1*425034,1*065
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0653207,1*425544,1*085
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0652759,1*425550,1* 065
0652556,1*425350,L* 065
0852217,1>425349,1*085
0651641,1*425314,L*0651
0651622,1*425157,1-0651
0651319,1*425206L*0851
0651306,L*425006,L*0651
0651065,L-425039,I*0651
0650 7 56.L-425149.L-0850
0650426,1-426922,L'0650
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L-0650119
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,L*0644353
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7,L>0652406
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L*4226?4,L*0052221 .L 622755,L  0852303,I-4220 11
L>422944,L>0052425,L<23022,L-0652454,1'423051
I*423100,1>0052654,1>4231 IS,I"06527 24,1>423205
I*423444,L"0052050,L*423524,L-0052049,L>423606
I>42372*.L>0052037,L>423010,1>0052052,1>423037
L>423102,1> 0053029I*423055,L > 0053044,L >423052
L>424005,L>00531 44,1>424120,L>00531 44,1*424210
I*424404,1*0053259,1*424540,I*0053432,1*424620
L>424710,1*0053531,1*424755,L>0053502,1>424040
I*424930,I>0053207,I*425001,1*0053119,1*425034
L"42S215,1*0053132,1*425255,1*0053!45,1*425334
I*425422,1>0053212,L*425509,l>0053207,L*425544
L*425455,1*0053049,1*425723,L*0053000,L*42572$
1*425703,1*0052025,I*425420,1*0052759,1*425550
L*425430,L*0052637,L*425409,I*0052556,L*425350
1*425999,1 *0052314,1*425334,1*0052217,1 *425349
1*425351,L>0051937,L>425341,1>O05104I,L>425314
L425204,1-0051454,1*425153,1*0051422,1*425157
1*425242,1*0651336,L*4252911*0651919,1*425206
1-425!07,1-0051351,1-425034,1-0051300,1*425004
1*424947,1*0051135,1*425004,1*005!045,1*425039
L*425143,L*0050057,1*425150,1*0050 750,1*425149
I*425105,L*0050525,L*424955,1*0650424,1*424922
L*424013,I*0650250,1*424707,1*0650139,
END Of REPLACE
00000030	LOCSVH*3,
BACKORND"CATUNlTS<1),BACKORND-COUNT1ES(2),
00000040 HEAD-TMORNAPPLE RIVER-DAMS,
00000050 PLOTHSO-EXAHPLE Of DAHft DATA,
00000070	AUXf1LE-DMAP,
00000071	./PLT	JOB < AO 12STORPUUU, 1.502), *PDS.DAMRIMAP)' ,TIHC*2,
00000072	./	MSOLEVEL*(0,0),PRTV*2
00000073	ROUTE PRINT HOLD
00000074	JOBPARM LINES-10
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31O0,L*423933,L>O05314
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2940,1*425717,1*065204
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2504,1*425335,1*005241
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1920,L*425192,1*065194
1227,1*424947,1*005119
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0701,L*425199,L*065040
0351,1*424646,1*06509!

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STORET
P
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DSCMT
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0010
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DUM.
RETRIEVAL DATE 90/07/09
HORMAPPIE RtVER-OAHS
99000000999999
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42412
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42493
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42310
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42305
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42323
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42294
05130
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05234
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243290
447400
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441190
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251490
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229210
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231520
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291270
500500
292140
511000
227400
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229010
510420
229300
522210
229070
524540
231000
527490
235240
5205*0
230370
530290
239390
531440
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6534320
4244200
6535110
4244430
4247160
6535310
4247550
6535020
6533350
4249110
6532470
4249360
4250010
6531190
4250340
6531130
6531310
4252150
6531320
4252550
4253340
6532020
4254140
6532130
6532120
4255030
6532070
4255440
4254220
6531290
4254550
6530490
6530060
4257250
6529400
4257170
4257030
6526250
4254260
6527590
6527370
4255130
6527100
4254360
4254090
6525540
4253500
6525040
6524130
4253330
6523140
4253340
4253490
6521230
4253520
6520340
6519370
4253410
6516410
4253140
4252370
6SI7S10
4252040
651*540
651*220
4251570
6515270
4252250
4252420
6513360
4252310
6513190
6513200
4251320
6513490
4251070
4250340
6513060
4250060
6512270
6511370
4249470
6511350
4250040
4250390
6510100
4251150
6509340
6506570
4251500
6507560
4251490
4251330
6504060
4251050
6505250
6504240
4249220
6S035I0
4246460
4246130
6502500
4247070
6501S90
EMTRACT/MASKINO OPTION NOT PERFORMED
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STORET RETRIEVAL OATE 90/07/09 - ECHO OF OfilOINAL REQUEST
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00000020 SCALE*500000,BACKORND*REACHES(4>,6ACK0RWD*REACMNUHS(4>,
00800030 LT* I,INCLUDE*(04050007)-
PREVIOUS KEYWORD REPLACED 6V -
L *424442,L*0050057,L*424444,L*0045931,L*424409,1*0650000,1*4243
L*424216,L-0650152,L*424137,L*0650141,1*424103,L*0650107,1*4240
L* 424035,L*0645936,L*424057,L0645649,L*424124,L*0645607,l*4241
I-424514,L-00655J 3,l*42432,1*0645421,L*424334,L*0645324,1*4243
L*424336,L*0645l32,L"424332,L*06450 3ft,L-424329,L*0644936,L*4243
I-424338,I*0644746,I*424243,L*0844423,L-424212,L*0646547,1*4241
I*424218,L *0644427,L*424244,L*0644344,L*424306,L*0644257,L*4243
L-424324,L'0844133,1*424307,L*0644121,L-424224,L-06441It,L*424|
L*424108,L*0644045,1*424025,L-0644034,L-423620,1*0644034,L*4234
L-423455,1*0644000,1*423412,1*0844006,L*423332,L*0644026,L*4232
L *423223,L*0644129,L*429154,L*0644211,L*423133,L"0644300,L*4231
L *423104,L*0644447,L*423102,L*0644543,L*423225,L*0644724,L*4232
L*423309,L*0644901,I*423334,L-0845147,L-423337,L*0845243,L*4233
L*423205,L*0645353,L*423149,L*0645457,L*423132,L*0645550,L*4231
I*423049,L*0645727,L*423014,L*0645601,L*422915,L* 0045920,L*4226
I-422616,1*0650041,1*422814,L-0850U3,1*422839,L*0650124,L-4229
L*422945,1*0650115,L*423059,L*0850024,L*423139,L*0650005,L*4231
L-423148,L*0850034,1-423119.L-0850123,L*423046,L*0850201,L*4231
L- 423143,L-0850249,L-423152,L*0850317,L*423134,L*0850422,L-4231
1*423104,1-0050408,1-423106.1*0650455.1*423127,1-0850745,1*4231
L*423231,L*0650656,L"423244,L*0650940,L*423233,L*0651023,L*4232
L-423026,L-0851052,1-422940,1*0651106,L-422650,1*0651226,L-4226
L*422740,L *0651329,L *422705,L*0651401,L *422704, L*0651430,L*4227
L*422602,L*0651542,L*422901,L*0651704,L*422924,L*065l750,L*4229
L422947,L* 0651936,L-422944,L0652034,L*422930,L*0652127,L*4226
650033
645729
645226
644641
644520
644206
644110
644007
644057
644353
644606
845304
645141
650004
650125
650014
650222
650516
650624
651042
651301
651507
651642
652149
6535530
4246460
6532070
4251330
6531450
4254220
6531510
4257230
6526440
4255500
6524370
4253350
6522170
4253510
6517590
4251530
6514300
4252060
6513510
651045
425U3
650701
424955
650319

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END OF REPLACE
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BACK0RNDCATUNITS<1 >,BACKGRND'COUNTIESt2>,
00000040 HEAD* THORNAPPLE RIVER-DAMS,
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00000070	AUMFUEcDHAP,
00000071	./PIT	JOB (A0I2STOUPUUU.L50JI,PDS.DAMR,TIME*2.
00000072	./	msolevelmo,o>,prtv2
00000079 ROUTE PRINT HOLD
00000074	JOBPARM lINESMO
./DMAP DD DSN'DOCA0t2.RGN04AUM,DISP*$Hft
00000075	./FT10F001 DD D1SP*(MOD,CATLO),UNIT"DISK,
00000074 ./ DCBIRECFMF# LRECl"600 BLKSIZEa600),
0000007 7 ./ SPACE* t TRX|(10,|0>tRlSE>
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IMP DATE 99/07/W

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 90/07/09
PGMIOC
VERSION OF FEB 26,1965
21 MlCH
060091
42
26
30
0
065
14
37.
2
0
LOMO LAKE-CENTRAL BASIN; JOHNSTO
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060092
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29
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0
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BRISTOL LK IN CENT BASIN, JOHNST
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RETRIEVAL PROGRAM
PGMHOC
THIS PROGRAM GENERATES * HAP OF STATION LOCATIONS WITHIN A DEFINED AREA. THE HAP IS DRAWN ON
A CALCOMP PLOTTER AND HAILED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
STATION SELECTION WAS BY:
USER DEFINED SELECTION (NO STATIONS WERE REQUESTED FROM THE WATER QUALITY FILE)
STANOARD STATION SELECTION WAS BYPASSED BY REQUEST
PROGRAM SPECIFIC KEYWORDS!
LOC:
USER SUPPLIED AUXILIARY DATA WAS REQUESTED - FILE NAME WAS: DMAP
END OF SUMMARY SECTION

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STORET SUMMARY SECTION 
FOLLOHINO IS A RETRIEVAL OF DATA FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY'S STORET SYSTEM,
A DATABASE OF SAMPLINO SITES AND THEIR ASSOCIATED QUALITY DATA. TK INFORMATION HAS
RETRIEVED US!MO SPECIFIC STORET INSTRUCTION SETS IN COMBINATION TO SELECT ONLY THE OATA
REQUESTED FOR THIS RETRIEVAL. BRIEF EXPLANATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTION SETS ARE INCLUDED BELOW.
QUESTIONS MAY BE OIRECTED TO THE STORET USER ASSISTANCE SECTION AT
(703) 669-6641 Oft <606) <24-90*7.
FOLLOWINO is THE FORMAT FOR THE STATION HEADER INFORMATION WHICH APPEARS
ON EACH PAOE OF* THE RETRIEVAL UNLESS STATION AOGREOATION WAS PERFORMED


STATION NUMBER(S) 


LATITUDC/LOWOITUDE PRECISION CODE 


STATION LOCATION 


STATE/COUNTY CODE STATE NAME COUNTY NAME 


MAJOR BASIN NAME MAJ/M1N/SUB BASIN CODE 


MINOR BASIN NAME 
STATION TYPE

AGENCY CODE HYDROLOOIC UNIT CODES 

STA. DEPTH
STA. STORED DATE ARCHIVE CLASS CSN-RSP"
"RIVER MILE INDEX


CONTINUED ON NEXT PAOE(S)

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RETRIEVAL PROGRAM
POM-IOC
THIS PROGRAM GENERATES A HAP OF STATION LOCATIONS WITHIN A DEFINED AREA. THE HAP IS DRAWN ON
A CAICOMP PLOTTER AND HAILED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
STATION SELECTION WAS BY
LATITUDE/TON0ITUDE COORDINATES OR AREA SURROUNDINO A SPECIFIED COORDINATE
STATIONS SELECTED WERE RESTRICTED TOi
AGENCIES WHOSE DATA HAS NOT BEEN 'RETIRED*
CONTACTS FOR AGENCV CODES RETRIEVEDl
AOENCV	PRIMARY CONTACT NAME	0Q0ANI2AT10N	PHONE NUMBER(S)
21MICH
PUNO, DALE
HICHIOAN DEPT OF NAT RES 1
17)979-26*

EFHIEPA
TAYLOR PHILLIP
USEPA HQ <
02)962-706
(FTS)962-70U
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PUTNAM, ARTHUR L.
US OEOLOOICAL SURVEY (
09)(4ft-510
(FTS>tSt-5*67
11EPALES
IAMBOU, VICTOR M.
USEPA (


I1IWS
TAYLOR, PHILLIP
USEPA HQ (
02)962-704

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STORET SUMMARY SECTION 
FOLlOWINO IS A RETRIEVAL OF DATA FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY'S STORET SYSTEM,
A DATABASE OF SAMPLING SITES ANO THEIR ASSOCIATED QUALITY DATA. THE INFORMATION WAS
RETRIEVED USINO SPECIFIC STORET INSTRUCTION SETS IN COMBINATION TO SELECT ONLY THE DATA
REQUESTED FOR THIS RETRIEVAL. BRIEF EXPLANATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTION SETS ARE INCLUDEO BELOW.
QUESTIONS MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE STORET USER ASSISTANCE SECTION AT
< 70S) 803-0641 OR (000) 624-1047.
FOLLOMINO IS THE FORMAT FOR THE STATION HEADER INFORMATION WHICH APPEARS
ON EACH PAOE OF THE RETRIEVAL UNLESS STATION AOOREOATION WAS PERFORMED


STATION NUMBER(S) 


LAT1TUDE/LONOITUDE PRECISION CODE 


STATION LOCATION 


STATE/COUNTY CODE STATE NAME COUNTY NAME 


MAJOR BASIN NAME HAJ/MIN/SUB BASIN CODE 


MINOR BASIN NAME 
STATION TYPE

AGENCY CODE HYDROLOGIC UNIT CODES 

STA. DEPTH
STA. STORED DATE ARCHIVE CLASS CSN-RSP*
RIVER MILE INDEX


CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE(S)

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RETRIEVAL PROGRAM
POHLOC
THIS PROGRAM GENERATES A HAP OF STATION LOCATIONS WITHIN A DEFINED AREA. THE HAP IS DRAWN ON
A CALCOMP PLOTTER AND HAILED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
STATION SELECTION HAS BYf
SPECIAL DESIGNATED AREA(S) AS FOLLOWS!
0405000 7004
STATIONS SELECTED HERE RESTRICTED TOt
AGENCIES WHOSE DATA HAS NOT BEEN 'RETIRED*
CONTACTS FOR ACENCV CODES RETRIEVED:
AOENCV	PRIMARY CONTACT NAME
2IM1CH
IIEPALES
EFHIEPA
II2WRD
PUHO, DALE
LAHBOU, VICTOR W.
TAYLOR, PHILLIP
PUTNAH, ARTHUR L.
OROANI2ATION
MICHIOAN DEPT OF NAT RES
USEPA
USEPA HQ
US GEOLOOICAL SURVEY
PHONE NUMBER(S)
<517)573-2847
(702)M6-22S9
1202)362-7044
(705)446-5407
95-5467
PROORAH SPECIFIC KEVWORDSi
LOCt
USER SUPPLIED AUXILIARY OATA WAS REQUESTED - FILE NAME WAS I DMAP
END OF SUMMARY SECTION

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 90/07/09
PCMlOC
VERSION OP FEB 26.1965
21MICH
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END OF FOREGROUND ECHO

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2eaA 002

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: PCS/STORET Interface Pilot
FROM:	Frederic* D. Leutner, Acting
Monitoring and Data Support Division (WH-553)
TO:	SEE BELOW
The PCS/STORET interface was developed to make both PCS
and STORET available interactively to water quality analysts and
permit writers.
During FY86 OWEP, OIRM, and OWRS worked cooperatively to
provide this capability and the next Btep is to have a pilot in
Regions 1 and V. The pilot objectives will be to determine the
utility of regions and state water quality analysts and perr.it
writers use of this type of integrating procedure, and observe
if there may be any impact in the PCS ADABASE time sharing
operation. Security for access of PCS data will be determined by
regional PCS personnel which will provide approved user ID'S whic
will be installed in the software to control access.
Pilots are scheduled for November 12 in Region I and
November 19 in Region V. Representatives from Headquarters PCS
and STORET User Assistance will attend the pilot briefinc, demon-
strations, hands-on use and training.
ADDRESSES:
Alec McBride
Ned Not2or.
San Conger
Robert Greenspon
Phil Lindenstruth
Larry Reed
Larry Brill - Region I
Don Scheraardus - Region V
Steve Mitchell - SAIC
Bill Samuels - SAIC

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DRAFT
ll/b/tb
PCS/STUkET Interlace
A conversational interactive program has been developed
which links PCS ang STOKET data files on the EPA IBM 3090 computer.
This interactive procedure has been designed to provide environ-
mental data in the vicinity of an NPDES discharge by selecting
from a menu one of eleven reports.
The following discussion and examples provide information
necessary for permit writers or water quality analysts to use this
procedure. It is assumed the user has a remote device le.g. 3^7u
terminal, terminal with a telephone modem, or a PC with x-talk
and telephone modem), time share opt inn- (TSOl^gccount, tele-
communications telephpe--!Tumb*T""'and is capJttele&K.signing on the
IBM 3090 compute.r-'*^"This mjj^fns when the prompt REAby appears
on the users terminal, entry of "WQAb IPS4" will start the
conversational procedure (see page A). The propetiure prompts the
users to enter an NPDES number and select__fiu>e^of eleven reports
as aescribed on pages B thougTi R~	Reports selected ron the men.
are automatically saved in the file specified in the first entry
(page A) or tne procedure. After using the procedure the reports
can be printed out on any printer or listed back on the users
terminal.
The Basic Report (page B) is always the first part for all
the reports. This is very helpful when going from one report tc
another an: is of particular value when using the printed reports
after the TSO session. Data obtained for this report are froi^
the PCS, Reach, anc IFD files.
Reports for limits and DMR data from PCS are describee cr.
pages C and D. All or specifiea parameters are available by pipe
tor all or selected dates. These reports are not intended to
duplicate or replace the PCS query capabilities but are to assi=:
the user for quick reference during the TSO session.
The indirect Discharge Report (page E) provides a list of
industrial facilities that discharge to the requested POTh system.
Data in the IFD file were obtained from the permit application
ano special studies. The indirect list provides the industry nare,
SIC code, ana discharge flow and type.
Bioassay data from CETIS (page F1 provides selected data fror
tests of the discharge pipe. The report lists sample date, pipe
flow, test duration, percent of effluent used for the test, anc
point effect (e.g. LC50) and effect (e.g. mortality and percent).

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- 2 -
Reach, Gace, and ASIWPCA files provide data for the Receivir.s
Strean Report (page G), Estimated stream flows (mean and 7&1C-)
and stream velocities are listed for the reach associated with the
NPDE3 discharge. If USGS stream gages are along the reach the gace.
number and flows will be listed. Results of the ASIWPCA STEP
(1972 and 1982) and NPS (1985) reports which have been cross-
referenced and coded to reaches also will be listed to indicate
supported uses and impairments.
The Drinking Water Supply Report (page H) will assist permit
writers and water quality analysts in assessing risks when knowing
if there are water withdrawals downstream. The user can request
a search for up to 75 miles and the Reach and Water Supply Files
will be used to report plant intakes and sources downstream.
The Dilution Ratio report (page I) provides stream flows
(mean and 7Q10) and facility discharge flows from PCS and ratios
are calculated for each pipe and the facility. These results
are very useful for water quality assessments, WLA, and permit
reviews. Monthly minimums, maximum, or average flows from PCS
OMR data averaged for a specified year are used to calculate
the ratios.
The Facility on Reach report (page J) lists the NPDES dis-
chargers on the stream reach, SIC codes, and flows which can be
very useful for KLA and permit writers. Data from PCS, IFD and
Reach files are used to prepare this report.
Ambient monitoring stations for the stream reach are provided
by the Water Quality Inventory report (page K). This report is
obtained by a reach retrieval from STORET and for each monitonnc
station (which has a reach number) the responsible agency code,
sample site location name, miles on the reach and the number of
observations are reported. When the water quality analyst or perr.it
writer needs water quality data either the reach number or the static-
number an.1 agency code can be used for a specific STORI7 retrieval,
thus reducing the time and volume of data that will.be retrieve;.
Appendices A-D provide a glossary of data files used for the
PCS/STORET interface, information about CETIS, comments on printir.z
reports file, and suggestions about obtaining STORET water quality
retrievals.

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WELCOME TO IHS/PCS/STORET INTERACTIVE RETRIEVAL PROGRAM
PLEASE WAIT WHILE DATA FILES ARE ALLOCATED
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME (EX: OUTPUT)x PCSTEST 	
ENTER NPDES NUMBER: |WV0000400 f(2)
REPORT FROM THE IFD FILE:
NPDES Number: WV0000400
DUN & BRADSTREET #: WVD005005087
NEEDS A/F NUMBER:
FACILITY NAME:. FMC CORP ORG CHEM DIV
FACILITY SIC CODE: 2819
STORET BASIN: 577
RECEIVING STREAM NAME: RECVG STRM - KANAWHA R.
PLEASE WAIT WHILE PCS DATA IS ACCESSED
DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE (Y/N): [ Y 	
THE AVAILABLE REPORTS ARE
1	 BASIC
2	 LIMITS
3	- DMR
4	= INDIRECT
5	 FORM2Cv
  BIOASSAY
7	 RECEIVING STREAM CHARACTERISTICS
8	 DRINKING WATER SUPPLY DOWNSTREAM
9	 ANALYSIS
SELECT A REPORT (1-9): 1 |	
(IF 9 IS SELECTED)
A - DILUTION REPORT
B - OTHER FACILITIES ON REACH
C  WATER QUALITY INVENTORY
Thas file is used to save all the reports during your
session which can be printed after the session.
(T; The procedure now starts with the entry cf an NFTES nuiri e :
Enter "Y" will provide the menu for report selection,
will start the procedure over.
Enter the report nurser you would like.
Tcrri: report net lr.pleirer. ted.

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 * f(*SIC OfPflBT
t	*PriE<. no. : OHpop?*)* MO. :
I	NkF l VISTPOn COP".	/
I
t	r>n&r55  roT *wimdt  (utc o*o
I	CITr s u*	. STtTC t ON	 ?ie :
I	SIC COOF S ?*. iNDUSTBJtL 0GN1C C*EJr*Li
I			
I	BEr.t1V?sr. STPE*" s OTTitft BIVEB
1 TV"F I 5T*PT
I	f*c- NO. : 0*1 n^PP^oio^ "lufS : I.T*@ tujoe^tNoa MSJs : <.ci
1 * GOrT L**ts SiSt* POOjrct r*CIL!T
I	RI04SST 0T1 4V*lL*Lf 1*. CfTlS^f)
All ic;ve ce-.a fror. FC except:
 The	caterery description is frorr the Water Qua.i:;,
Ar.alysis Erar.c'r. IVi'^nii SIC code file
( Strear reach types frorr, the Reach Filetstart reach, seresr
rea::., artifical reach and terminal reach are all transpcrt
rea ches . Shoreline reaches may be lakes, wide river shcreli.-.e-
cr coastal)
Q Strear reach n urrbe r and riles alon; the reach, STOF.ET it;ier,
r:r,or basir. cooes anc Great LaKes project and biaassay
indicators are frorr. the Industrial Facilities Discharge (1FZ
file.
t.'cte : Tr.e basic report is displayed at the beginning cf each
cf the eleve.-. reports frorr. the mer.u.

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| i	*t>nf< ho. : CH000?M5 Dl* *0 i
i				
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t	CITy : Lli	 S1*'E :	 'J "
I		...............	--
I	MC COOE : ?*> INOUSTQtit. OBGMIC CHflCl.S.
1	ECE1VING &T4E* ; flTllwt B	1
I	TrtF ! STMT FtC
I	............
I	EC NO. : ftilftOOfrTPlo *TLfS l l.TA tjoa/lK> 1MN : >U
t
Twc PtotcTEo$ AVAILABLE *E

1
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00

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pro* on f 
TW KflMI* tl*TT !*j Mill				; 
w nu m>c tb annuel ina**t	|[5
(T) List of parameters fror. PCS.
 "K" will rnue:. tc the beqinr.ins of the procedure, "V" will cor.-ir..-:
(T "K" will list all lints from PCS, "Y" will allow the selecticr. c:
piraria;ei enc dates.
^ Enter "1" for selecting one parameter, e.5. "3" to select three
parameters. After eaer, propt enter the parameter n uir.be r , e . s - ^cr
flow e:.:e: "500 5C" cr ton enter "31C".
^ Er.try cf c a t e 1 Y YKMIZ: will I1r.1t trie data report tc oati a f * e r
ir.e cite.

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>>>>?>>> PIP? lNroo*tJON TO fOLLO

1 P0P1
COMOtNffl
Pl*NT M"l3F
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CODE :

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1
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lr.
(T^ Pipe ntr.iers arc descriptions fror PCS
(^. E.-.ter	pipe r.'jcjtr (e. = . CCI A: you voviic like the
bfc us'.ed.
^ !:::: Seic iic-r FCS.

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I NPOEC HO. : T*POOO?7 01"? MO. : T*nonT3?T07
I *k*z : LOigr ST*c 5TrFl-L0nr STiO
1				.........		..
I AODQfss :
i	.......
	CITY : LO*r 5T*o
I
I	SIC CODE : 331? BUST rtP**CES iND STEFL *1LI
* ST*Tf : T*
7T
I PECETVINr. stbcm
I
t	TYPE
I
I EC" NO. : 1 1 1*030SOO*
I
0*03
STPEM PEC
MILES
MAJOQ/NTNOP HAS1N
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PfCl"VT*G STPr is ft TmutOY 10 T*E *OvE KOTEt* PEC
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310
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CMLOOIHE
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6
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7
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14
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nut
om
DTV cooc m
t> K6IIMIM P*n )<
/tn
(T List cf parar.e:ers from PCS.
QT) " k " will return to the beginning of the procedure, "Y
. i . cc:.:::.
T	will list ail DK?. cat a fror. PCS, "Y" will allow the se.e:-.::-
parsr.eters ar.d oates.
(7 Er.ter "1" fcr selecting one parameter, e.g. "3" to select ti-.rtfc
parareters. After each proir.pt er.ter the parameter n-rrer, &. = 
flew er.ter " 5 0: S C " or EC^ enter "310".
^ Ir.tery c: c&te (Y Y>'.K Z.  will lir.it the data repcrt tc data after
t n e date.

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poi* po-rsTic sctc-r	totTKtkt	coor
Pnfl?t INDuSTOUl wtSTEwiTfC	TBf tTMf mt	cOC't
P0fi?3 ?	TOr^TKfKT	COOE
P0034 0BE POOCfSS k STOP** TO B*B*F5	TF41EnT	CODE
PO031 ?	TBF4TFNT	COOE
POO*4 BL*CT FuNCt. CO*F H BFCOVtBT T*4TEN7	COIE
TOUCH l FUTPfc 4S I STOPH	TOC*TEnT	COOE
pjo? fub^ce casting pickling	tbfithfut	cope
PI 014 Sf4G? FBO" P]PF mCHlNfPT CO.	T*F*T*ENT COOE
p?03* I PON OPE SINTEPTN*;	treatment corE
4 4
lU?"1hJG*C* t

1U?1HJG*C*

1U?"M3G*C**
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J
44
44
SELECT ONf OF Tnr FOLLOWING PIPES:
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00? 0
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003	0
004	4
ons a
in? 4
103 *
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FNTE P1E NuM6Fs '
ns ro=: TxonfftO??
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0- Er.ter z'-.e pipe nur.be r (e.g. CDl A) you would lake the DM? c&-. =
tc be listed.
C = >:* -
f::: FCS.

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i wPPtfc kc. : T0C??t?f ni>c no. : MirB S1M
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Tfctroc tof: it l*ni9FCT nT5CHoijfos
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Industrial facilities discharging to the POTK syster.. Flows
are 10CG gallons per day (G.00 flow indicate no flow available
ir. ITZ) anc NPDES rurr.ter indicates the facility also tischer:;;
tc a nearcy surface water under the KPDES number show-.

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npoe*. no. s wvoaootoo Di.fi mo. : nvioftsoow
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Sj-sterr (C IT I; i ire: pipe nuisber, date cf sample, flow at titi
cf sar.pie in iOCO gallons per day (if 0.00 or blank flow is
unknown), duration of test in days, effluent concentreiicr.
(*. cf exilusr.t sar.plt used for test), effect of ere point
ie. = . Kir is no effectcr f.C5 is mortality cf 5n , see ap^er.z.>
for cot.jlete list oi conditions.

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 RECEIVING STPf BEPOPT
NPDfS NC. : VVOC00*00 015 NO. : VDOCbOOSO"?
NAHE s rmC CORPORATION
ADDRESS : BOX <>*7
CITY : NITRO	t STATE t VV	'~ ZIP > 25143
sic cooe t 2ei9 industrial inorganic chemicals /
RECEIVIN6 STREAM t SA
TYPE t STREA" reach
REACH NO. t ososoooeoo? miles : 3.13 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN l SOT
FACILITY is on the REACH
length s 7.3 miles 
>>>>>>>>>>>	G A G E S@ <
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  DPI*t*ING WiT'P SUPPLY OrPQCT 
SP-ift so. : MC0ftOiU fit= fc'O. : NCrr31**t*T
M"F : j p STEvrs^ STaniFy P|.t
ODOfS^ : N l|M ST
city : Stanley TO*n	* STATE 1 NC
SIC cone ! 2?BI *PU MILLS. EXCEPT XIOL
PECMvJNfi stbf* : cata*a 
TYPE ! STPF4H PE4CH
PEiC- *0. : OlnSAJOlO)? Klfs t 13.11 majop/mJNOP ft*S]n
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p HOS*|MC, rjLT'e PHf.'T
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13.0
C<4PLnTTE-H0SIN;
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CiPLf)TTf-HOS*!N$
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1  tr ' 1
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PFlwjvT
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NO WtTEB SUPPl TES
rrtijvn niwN STofA*

^1, feater supplies downstream are determined by the strear rescr.ti
cswr.Ftrea:. vithir. the r.iies specified. Data from the watei
supply file for the selected reaches include plant (Pi , lr.zake
sr. c source (Si and the populations served. For example the
Cr.arlotte-Hoskins (above) has a plar.t, intake and source lccs-.e;
1 . C riles aownstrear. and serves 33S.OOO people.

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  ANALYSIS OfPpBT -- DILUTION D AT I 0 
i jprr* nc. : T*nnoen?7 o^o so. : T*nn"T3??3c7
I NA* : L^NF STa 5TFFl-L0nf STAB
I						
I Apnorse :
I	------------------------
I CITY j LON- STAB	, STATE ! T*	 7JP *
i sic cone ! 33i? blast fupnaces ano steel "ills
I &ECEIVINfi STBEAM : 0*03
I	..............................
I	type : STPfam peach
I OEACM no. : 111*0305004 milES :	ujO/MtNOB basin : 1 n 1 #
BEfIEVJN6 5TPEAM IS A TSIBUTABY TO TE ABOVE NOTEn OEACh N'l-are
LfNTjTh(<11 s I.s(^?TOEA flows (CFS? mean: 37S.")7S 7-0-10:
tntfp lr yF ao (yyi FOP PETaiEVlNG PIPE FlOw DATA:
EmTFP tyPT or DATA TO USE IS DILUTION PATIO CALCULATION
1  m]s]hiim kostml* bipf flow
?  AVFPAGF mONT-L* PIPE FLOfc
3  maiium monthly PIF flO*
input? (1.2 0= 3):
d&
0ISCMBf'-r FlOS fbo- PCS FOB Yro: 1944
CALCUL*' ins? lisr MAXI-;)" MONTHLY PJPE FlOwS Vl,
P1P
FLOwiCFS)
 months
1A
0.77 4
1?
?A
12*.9S7
1?
3*
1*.1A*
12
* A
S.7,4
1?
bt

1?
dilution patio * (pipe flow  sTPfAM flow) /pipf flow
dilution BtTIO* USING ESTIMATED FLOWS FOP The PFAC*
I
I	PIPE	7-9- j n
14	*^>.8Pr	1.317
2A	*.on	1.10?
3A	27.*a	1.017
*	5.3n	1.O03
5A	1?7.730	1.013
FACILITY total	2.6**	1.001
Q Reach lengthand strear. flows (mean and 7Q10).
^ rv.r. flows are selected froir. PCS for the specified year.
(T Selection of ff.inimuir. (1), average (2), or maximur. (3) flior. t ;..
flews are used fcr the dilution ratio calculations.
(a Flew ar. d ciluticr. ratio repcrt.

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NPncs no. :	n.<* no. : ionT*?5o*T* *fed* ja/fi wo. : ?M oi'cr)
N*r : Br CITr
Dr*BFS* : ?OS N	WATFP ST
CITY s SAG!*a*  STATE : "1
IC COOE I *9S?	5rEPGE S*STt5
orcrrvtNG stbem	: saginaw b
Type : TPJNAL E*CH
FAC- MO. : (U080?06001 MILES < A.7
. 7TP
UJOP/"T'l'OP IU5)N : ?)*.
Tmfqf ape ?~, FACILITIES ASSOC1ATFO IT T*IS BEAC"
FACILITIES fEPE DrTfUI*ED The Pf4C WUMEPS rPO THE IFO flit
Tr FOLlO7*C- FACILITIFS APE f>M Tmp BEaCm:

NOOfS N|l8fC
FACILITY NA*F
kILES
SIC
Fir,. ( t;
"!ooon?i
G"C-ChEVO0lET MOTOP5 0TV

371*

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Ml on*?* ?5
ET BAY COUNTY PEG11N4L MTP

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lono??i6
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SAC-lwA. nEPT OF PUPLIC UTJLITJ

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APPENDICES
A - DAT1! ULE GLOSSARY
F - CLTIs TLbT RESULTS CODING
C - PRINTING PROCEDURE (SPRINT)
D - AS?I STANCE FOR STORtT WATER QUALITY
DATA RETRIEVALS

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AuDendix A
DATA FILE GLOSSARY
PCS* - Permit Compliance System - NPDES limits & DMR data
STORET^ - Office of Water - Water Quality System - ambient data
used for the PCS/STORET interface
Reach^ - 72,000 stream, lake and coastline segments coded
hydrologically and used to integrate data for the
PCS/STORET interface -
CETIS
1 _
Complex Effluent Toxicity Information System - bioassa:
data for facility discharges.
ASIWPCA^ - Association of State & Interstate Water Pollution
Control Administrators - Waterbodies presented ir.
STEP and NPS reports cross-referenced and coded t:
23,581 reaches
GAGE^ - USGS gages and summary means and 7Q10 flow coded with
reach numbers and estimated flows and velocities for
the 62,000 stream reaches
IFD^ - Industrial Facilities Discharge File - used for OWRS
toxics studies. Primary importance are locating cod:n:
for strear. reaches and latitude/longitude coordinates
and indirect discharges to POTW systems.
Water Supply
2 _
Cooperative development and use by OTS,
and ODK. Primary use for surface water
supplies to provide reach numbers, latitude
longitude coordinates and waterbody names.
1	Data files managed by Office of Water Enforcement (OWE?)
2	Data files managed by Office of Water Regulations & Standards
(OWRS)

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Appendix 6
CE7IS - Test Information
TEST RESULT INFORMATION
Statistically-derived effect endpolnt (see data elenent 93) value* ate
reported for each test duration. If do effect endpolnt la calculated, a
sublethal effect (see data eleaent 94) Is reported, and a deaeeipHa* >t
the effect Is given in the >aea>h. Mortalities are reported at the
earliest time and lowest concentration at which 1001 Bortallty occurs.
If mortality is not 1002, the latest tlae and hlgheat concentration
tested is reported. For other effects (e.g., abundance, behavior, and
population growth), the percent change from the control or pretreatnent
at the lowest concentration and earliest time is reported along with the
significance level (if calculated).
A total data listing report will contain the word "RESK* just before data
element 91. RESK ninbers are a bookkeeping procedure to deoote multiple
durations, concentrations, and .effect endpoints for a test (e.g., the
RESK nucbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 denote 24, 48, 72, and 96 K LCSOs for a
sinele test, respectively)-
91)	TEST DURATION
Units in hours (K), days (D), weeks (W), eonths (M), or years (^)
92)	CONCENTRATION
Test endpolnt concentrations as g/1 (C), g/l (K), yg/1 (X), t
effluent (X), or different (D). The atatlaclcal range (usually a 952
confidence interval) is reported if given.
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93)	EFFECT ENDPOIVT
E"CSO - Median effect concentration at which an effect occurred to
of the test organisms within a given length of tine.
C50AB - Abnormalities
EC50GR - Growth
EC50IV - Immobilization
EC50RE *> Reproduction
LC50 - Median concentration lethal to 50Z of the test species within
a given lengrh of time.
LT50 - Medlar, lethal ime for 502 of the test organisms.
94)	EFFECT
ABO - Abundance: ntanber of Organisms of the same species has changed
within a population
ABN - Abnormalities: physical deviations observed from nortal
control organisms
AVO - Avoidance: organism'avoids or iN9 attracted to certain effli^
concentrations
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BIO - Biochemical Effect: physiochemical reactions (e.g., change ir.
glycogen levels) occurring within the organlso\on a cellular
level
CYT - Cytogenetic Effect: genetic mutation on a cellular\level
DIS - Disease: impairment of vital functions observed as a\esult of
effluent concentrations, specific infective agents, lnhe^nt
organism defects, or a combination of these factors
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Revised CFTJS Ff^ect Codes
The eMect coGes or pages E10-P31 have been revised in orfer to prcvir'e
additiona1 information on the template retrieval reports. Enter the core
wKich specifies the primary effect exhibited by the test organises
during/after the toxicity test according to the following classifications:
One LPtter Effect Codes Followed by the Percent Occurrence (01-99 ) o* the I ft:'
H	 - Hatcbability: percentage of hatched organisms
1	 - liwnptility: percentage of organisms rendered Irnobile
K	 - Mortality: percentage of dead organisms
Twr Letter Effect Codes Follow by an 1 or D to Represent an Increase or
Decrease, Respective^ , ~ip tne Effect Parameter
Ap - Abundance: chance m number of organisms within one or more
"spe'ces c-oup s?
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&?_ - Growth: change in lenctf and/or weight of test organise d;:"-r:
chronic exposure tc effluent
K? - Honnpne Level: change in hormone concentration
LP_ - Locomotor Behavior: change in direct movement or activity (e.c..
swiiminc speec, endurance, ability to resurface after subnersmr'
NF - Nitrnger Fixation change in ability of plants (e.g., aloe, vascul?"
aquaTu pTantsTto fix nitrogen
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PK_ " P^-osyrthesi s Effect: chance in plant productivity indicate:
Dy charge in * CGj uptake or oxygen evolution
R?_ - Pesirf-je: change in accumv'atio'' or up:a< of a cher.:za) ir t-ei
tissues of the test organism	'
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(e.g., young per female, timp to spawn, egg production, broocs
per female, fertilization)
- Respiration Effect: change in ventilatory rate or breathing activit
T.g.. opercular movement)
Letter Effect Codes
ABN - Abnormalities: physical malformations
BIO - Piocherical Effect: physiochemical reactions occurring within
tnp oruamsr, o" a cellular level (e.g., change in glycogen levels^
CEL - Cei1 'jl ar Effect: change in cell structure (e.g., mitocnond"-a.
cnloroplasts'
C^T - CytOGe^eyc Effpc:: genetic mutation on a cellular leve1
D: 5 - Pi seasf mot: men* of vital functions caused by speci'u
infective aao"!ts (e.g., bacteria, viruses, worms), geneti:
anomalies, anc or as a response to effluent concentrations
E'.Z - E"zv~o "?:*.: change in enzyme activity
Hi" - t
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Appendix C
Printing data files saved on the computer may be familiar
to some users, if not, the following information will assist
printing the reports saved by the PCS/STORET Interactive procedure.
For example the procedure run as a page A, the reports were
saved in data file "PCSTEST". To print thef e reports on remote
printer number XX the user only needs to enter
"%SPRINT PCSTEST R(XX)"
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holding, the user can override the hold by entering "RMTXX".
The following page is a complete description on the use of
the SPRINT command or the user can list this on the terminal at
any time after "READY" by entering "HELP SPRINT".

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Appendix D
STORET Water Quality Retrievals Reports
The Water Quality Inventory report (page K) provides STORET
water quality stations which have coded stream reach numbers.
Data from STORET for these stations can be expedited by knowing
the individual agency codes and stations numbers of interest.
When the Water Quality Inventory report provides no stations,
more than likely monitoring stations coded with latitude/longitude
can be retrieved from STORET when using the reach number as an
area retrieval. If STORET access is not readily available to the
user, the regional STORET point-of-contact can be of assistance
and at that time the user should have the reach number and/or the
agency codes and station numbers ready. USGS stream flow data is
also available (daily discharge cfs and staistical analysis sue*,
as 7Q10) through STORET. The USGS gage number and state is all
that is needed from the receiving stream report (page G) to
provide a STORET report.
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and ISR. See the following pages for examples.

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PCS/STORET INTERFACE PROGRAM
The PCS/STORET INTERFACE PROGRAM is an interactive procedure capable
of producing twelve different reports based on information from PCS, STORET
and IHS files. The program runs under TSO and is invoked by typing:
WQAB IPS5
The user gains access to the data by providing a valid NPDES number in
response to a program prompt.
General features of the program are as follows:
a.	a clear screen control command enhances program
readability in the IBM 3270 environment
b.	system and conversion errors are trapped - the program warns
the user of the error and re-prompts for the NPDES number
c.	a user friendly message is printed if a facility
is not in PCS - the user can still access non-PCS related
reports	a^rw>c.cA
d.	the user ID is checked for^ccess to PCS - the program
reports PCS access by region or state
e.	the user can optionally select a report without viewing
the menu
f.	brief facility information from IFD is printed prior
to each report - this includes the npdes number, facility
name, reach number, and reach name
g.	each report is saved in an output file which can be
printed or viewed by the user
The major features of each report are as follows:
(1)	BASIC REPORT:
a.	this report summarizes general facility information
such as NPDES number, name, address, SIC code, reach
number, mile point, receiving stream name, DUN and
BRADSTREET number, major/minor basin, NEEDS (A/F)
number, and reach type
b.	the information in this report comes from PCS and IFD
c.	all reach type codes are fully translated
d.	the facility status and pre-treatment requirement (from
PCS) is reported
e.	a message is printed if bioassay data exists in CETIS
f.	a message is printed if the facility is a Great Lakes
Basin Project
(2)	LIMITS & (3) DMR REPORTS:
a.	data from PCS is accessed for the facility
b.	the user can restrict the date interval and the
number of parameters reported
c.	the user selects the pipe number to be reported
d.	units code reported and quantity units reported when
different from lbs/day
e.	treatment code expanded to 24 characters and translated
f.	user can select another case without returning to
main menu
g.	frequency and vmlo code are printed

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(4) INDIRECT REPORT:
a.	the IFD data base is accessed
b.	for all indirect dischargers, the following information
is reported: NPDES number, facility name, SIC code, flow,
type of flow (process, cooling or both)
(5)	FORM (2C) REPORT:
a.	FORM (2C) data is accessed from STQRET
b.	a summary table is printed which lists reported and
positive observations for: conventionals, metals/cyanide,
pesticides, and organics
c.	the presence of Dioxin is also reported
d.	the user has the option of viewing the values for each of
the parameter groups; the data for each parameter includes
parameter number and description, pipe number, concentration
or loading code, and value
e.	a translation of the concentration and loading codes is
available
f.	the user can review the summary table at any time or request
FORM (2C) data for another facility
(6)	BIOASSAY REPORT:
a.	the information for this report comes from the CETIS file
b.	for each facility the following data is reported: pipe
number, date, pipe flow, duration, effluent mean concentration,
effect end point, effect code
(7)	RECEIVING STREAM REPORT:
a- the reach structure file is accessed
b.	for each reach the following information is reported:
length, upstream and downstream reaches, estimated
flow (cfs) and velocity (fps) for mean and 7-Q-10,
mean and 7-Q-10 flows for USGS gages
c.	ASIWFCA data is reported for each state - this includes
STEP report (1972), STEP report (1985) and NPS report
(1985)
(8)	WATER SUPPLY REPORT:
a.	the reach structure and water supply file are accessed
b.	the user has the option to track downstream by distance (maximum
is 75 miles) or time (hours) - if time is selected then the
user can specify either the mean or low flow velocity
c.	for each water supply encountered, the following information
is reported: reach number and type, utility name, water supply
name and type (P = plant, I = intake, S = source), and pop-
ulation served.
(9a) DILUTION RATIO REPORT:
a.	PCS pipe flow data is reported by year and type (min, avg, max) -
the user can select this data by year and type
b.	if there is no pipe flow data in PCS, then the pipe flow

-------
data in IFD is used
b.	estimated and specific gage stream flow data reported -
user can select one of these values or input some other
value, default is estimated flow
c.	user can select another case without returning to main
menu
(9b) OTHER FACILITIES ON REACH:
a.	the IFD file is accessed to determine all the facilities
located on the reach
b.	the information reported for each facility is: NPDES
number, facility name, mile point, SIC code, and pipe flow
(9c) WATER QUALITY INVENTORY:
a.	water quality data is extracted from STORET - the
stations which are accessed are designated as
ambient, surface water
b.	for each station the following data is reported:
agency, station id, name, mile point, and
number of observations
c.	water quality data can be viewed for a specific
station - the user can select up to 5 parameters
at a time and a specific year

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STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQ AS DATA REPORT
1 I I S ! C IEPOIT'
I WCES NO. : *10059179 DU NO.  MID000g71766
I MMC : HAT STAMURO-CXTV CO^LEX
I CHV : MILES
ST. JOSS* RIVE
I REACH NO. : 0405000X005
i TYPE : STREAM REACH
MILES : 1.59 NUOK/NXM* SASDJ : tSZ
FACILITY STATUS: ACTIVE PRETVEAT REQ: ?
A GREAT LAKES SASZN PROJECT FACILITV
UOASSAV DATA AVAILABLE IN CETIS

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQ AS DATA REPORT
LIMITS REPORT
S HUMSR' W0059179
FACILITV NAfC NATIONAL STAMMSD CO
RECEIVING STREAM: ST JOSEFW R
REACH UMER: O6O5000100S
TIC FQLLGKXMS DATA IS FROM PCS
T)C PARAWTEKS AVAILABLE ME
1
400
m

SJ
2
S50
RESIDUE
TOT ICLT
MC/L
3
722
CV AMIDE
FREE CM
fC/L
4
1056
OmOKDM
CR.TOT
UC/L
S
1062
COPPER
CI).TOT
UG/L
6
1065
IRON
FE.TOT
UC/L
7
1051
LEAD
re,TOT
UG/L
8
1067
NICKEL
NI,TOTAL
UC/L
9
1092.
ZDC
ZX.TOT
UG/L
10 S0050
COMMIT
FLOH
NGO
11 86150
OUTFALL
Q6SSVATN
V/N COOE
T> DATE INTERVAL IS: 850801 TO 880650
 PIPE DfCMTIM TO FOLLM 
I001A PROCESS HATER
1001ft ?
TREATICNT COOE:NO AVAILABLE
TREATICNT COOE:NOC AVAILABLE
SBCT MCF R FOLLOWING PIPES:
001 A
001 8
ENTER PIPE NUMB CEXAWU: 001 A):
001 A
NO TREATICNT COOES AVAILABLE
LOOTS FOR: NDQS9179
CONCENTRATION
LB3/DAV
QUANTITY
OATE
PAftAICTER

N
AVQ
NAM
AVG
NAN
850801
600 PW
S
6.00

10.50


FREQ
oi/oi
VN.O: 000





nywn]
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/0

20.00
50.00
90.09
155.19
FREQ:
01/01
VM.O: 000





850801
722 CVAMIDE
S LBS/0


0.09

0.59
FREQ:
yw>j
01/07
1056 ckttaam
VK.O- 000
S LBS/0


250.00

1.09
FREQ:
01/01
VH.O- 000





850801
1062 COPPER
S LSS/O


600.00

1.79
FREQ:
01/01
V*.0. 000





850801
1065 IRON
S LBS/0

2000.00
5000.00
9.00
15.50
FREQ:
01/01
VW.O: 000





850801
1051 lA0
S LSS/O

2SO.OO
600.00
1.00
2.69

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NBAS DATA REPORT
FREQ* 01/01	VK.O- 000
830801 1067 MXOB.	S LBS/0
FREQ. 01/01	VH.01 000
850801 1092 ZINC	S LBS/0
01/01	m.o- 000
FREQ:
S0.00
800.00
500.00
1000.00
1.09
5.59
2.29
*.19
T> FQLLONXNB DATA IS FROM PCS
T>C PARAJCTERS AVAILABLE ARE
1
600
PH

SU
2
550
RESIDUE
TOT AT
MCA.
5
722
CVAMIDE
FREE CM
MGA.
6
1(36
CMtONKJI
CR.TOT
UG/L
5
1062
COPPER
CU.TOT
UG/L
6
1065
IRON
FE.TOT
UG/L
7
1051
LEAO
re.TOT
UG/L
8
1067
NICKEL
MI,TOTAL
UG/L
9
1092
ZDC
ZN.TOT
UG/L
10 50050
COMMIT
FLOM
WO
11 86150
OUTFALL
OBSRVATN
V/N COOE
TW DATE INTERVAL IS. 850801 TO 880650
>> PIPE OF4RNATTON TO FOLLON <<
IOOU PROCESS HATER
I001B ?
TREATICNT COOE: IOC AVAILABLE
TREATICNT COOE:MC AVAILABLE
SELECT OE OF TIC FflLLOWMC PIPES'
001 A
001 B
ENTB PIPE MMER CEXAWLE:
001 B
NO TREATIfNT COOES AVAILABLE
LOOTS FOR: XI00S9179
OATE PARAICTBt
850801 400 m
FREQ: 01/07
CONCENTRATION
MDi	AV6
6.00
LBS/DAV
QUANTITY
AVG	MAX

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STORET/PCS INTERFACE
	HQ AS DATAREPORT
	 OISDURGE N0NI7ORDJS REPORT 
WOES NLMER- NI0059179
FACILITY MA*' MATTONM. STAXUfCO CO
RECEIVING STREAN' ST XSEPM R
REACH NLMER- 0*050001005
T> FOU.OHXNB DATA IS FROM PCS
T> PARAWTERS AVAILABLE ARE
1
*00
PH

SU
2
1054
cxioffna
CR.TOT
UC/L
5
10*2
COPPER
CU.TOT
UC/L
s
10*5
SNM
FE.TOT
UG/L
5
1051
LEAD
PB.TOT
UG/L
6
1067
NICKEL
MI .TOTAL
UCA
7 50050
COMMIT
FLOM
MS
8
550
RESIDUE
TOT *LT
NG/L
9
722
CYANIDE
FREE CM
MG/L
10
1092
ZINC
ZN.TOT
UC/L
11
8*150
OUTFALL
069VATN
V/N CODE
TVC OATE INTERVAL IS: 830801 TO 880650
 PIPE DFORMATION TO FOLLOH 
I001A PROCESS HATES
10018 ?
TREATtCNT CODE IOC AVAILABLE
TREATtCNT COOE'MMC AVAILABLE
SELECT QIC OF TIC FOLLOHDA PIPES:
001 A
001 B
ENTER PIPE NUWER CEXAWLE: 001 A):
001 A
HO TREATtCNT COOES AVAILABLE
HI0059179
CONCENTRATOR!
LBS/DAV
QUANTITY
DATE
PAftAJCTER

N2N
AVC
MAM
AVC
MAX
860551
*00 PH
S
8.59

10.00


FREQ

Wt.0- 000





860551
105* CMtOMTJN
S LBS/D

9.00
*0.00

0.09
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000





860551
10*2 COPPER
$ LBS/0

53.00
110.00
0.09
0.19
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000





860551
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D

178.00
910.00
0.29
0.7*
FREQ

Vtt.0' 000





860551
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D

97.00
120.00
0.19
0.29
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000





860551
1067 NICKEL
S LBS/D

78.00
180.00
0.19
0.29
FREQ

VtCO: 000





860551
50050 COMMIT
S

0.20
o.ss


STORET/PCS INTERFACE

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NQAS DATA REPORT
FPEQ

Vtt.0: 000




870351
*00 m
S
B.29
10.19


FPEQ

Vtt.0 000




870851
105* OMQLM S LBS/D

50.00

0.09
FPEQ

Vtt.0. 000




?70851
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D

5*00.00


FPEQ

Vtt.0. 000




870851
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D
286.00
560.00
0.59
I
FPEQ

Vtt.0- 000



VI
870(51
1051 LEAD
S LBS/D
96.00
150.00
0.19
^1
FPEQ

Vtt.0: 000




870851
1067 NICKEL
S LBS/D
57.00
70.00
0.09
0.19
FPEQ

Vtt.0. 000




870851
50093 COMMIT
s
0.22
0.56


FPEQ

Vtt.0: 000




870851
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D
2.CO
8.00
*.00
17.00
FPEQ

vtt.0' 000




8708SI
1092 SIC
S LBS/0
68.00
160.00
0.09
0.29
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000




870950
*00 PH
s
8.19
10.19


FREQ

vtt.0: 000
CONCENTRATION

QUANTITY

QJTE
PARAtCTER

N AVC
NAM
AVC
MAX
879*50
105* CMNMIUN S LBS/D

50.00

0.09
FREQ

Vtt.0' 000




870950
10*2 COPP01
S LBS/D

180.00

0.59
FPEQ

Vtt.0 000




870950
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D
250.00
5*0.00
0.59
1.09
FREQ

Vtt.0- 000




870950
1051 LEAD
S LBS/D
9*.00
170.00
0.19
0.59
FREQ

VI1.0' 000




870950
1067 OCXS.
S LBS/D
57.00
60.00
0.09
0.19
FREQ

Vtt.0. 000




870950
S0050 COMMIT
s
0.27
0.*2


FREQ

vtt.0- 000




870950
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/0
2.00
8.00
5.00
2*.00
FREQ

Mt.0: 000




870950
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D

0.05

0.09
FREQ

Vtt.0- 000




870950
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D
72.00
160.00
0.19
0.59
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000




871051
*00 PH
S
8.09
10.50


FREQ

vn.0: ooo




871051
105* CMNNHM
S LBS/D

*0.00

0.09
FREQ

VH.O. 000




871051
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D

90.00

0.19
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000




871051
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D
216.00
575.00
0.59
1.09
FREQ

VtLO: 000




871051
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D
66.00
100.00
0.19
0.29
FREQ

Vtt.0' 000




871051
1067 axL
S LBS/D
57.00
190.00
0.09
0.59
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000
CONCENTRATION

QUANTITY

DATE
PARAtCTER

ION A*;
MAX
AVC
MAX
871051
50050 COMMIT
s
0.29
0.**


FREQ:

vn.0- ooo




871051
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D
5.00
12.00
9.00
27.00
FREQ:

VH.0: 000




&710S1
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D

0.02

0.09
STORET/PCS INTERFACE

HQ AS
DATA REPORT



	J

2

HQAS DATA
REPORT


FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FRSQ-

Vtt.0: 000




860650
*oo m
s
7.59

10.19


871051
1092 ZDC
i LBS/D
9*.00
200.00
0.19
0.50
FREQ:

vh.0: ooo





FRSQ:

vtto- ooo




860650
105* OCKMIIM S LBS/D

5.00
20.00


871150
*00 PH
s
8.59
10.09


FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ.

vtt.0 000




860650
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D

**.00
510.00
0.09
0.69
871L50
105* OMNIUM S LBS/D

*0.00

0.09
FREQ.

vt_o- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




860650
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D

156.00
860.00
0.29
2.29
871150
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D

590.00

0.59
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ

vtto. 000




8606SO
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D

86.00
150.00
0.19
0.29
87 mo
10*5 IRON
S LBS/0
SSI.00
710.00
0.69
2.00
FREQ:

Vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0 000




860650
1067 NICXEL
S LBS/D

89.00
*50.00
0.19
0.79
871150
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D
88.00
1*0.00
0.19
0.59
FREQ

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




860650 50050 COMMIT
S

O.U
0.52


871130
1067 NICXEL
S LBS/D
*5.00
160.00
0.09
0.19
FREQ.

VH.O: 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




860650
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D

5.00
7.00
5.00
18.00
871150
50050 COMMIT
S
0.20
0.58


FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0' 000







COtCEMTRATION
QUANTITY

871150
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D
*.00
16.00
8.00
20.00
DATE
PARAICTER

*an
AVC
NAM
AVC
MAX
FREQ:

vtt.0: 000




870650
*00 PH
s
8.29

9.79


871150
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D
150.00
510.00
0.29
0.59
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ.

vtco- 000




870650
105* 04KNIUN S LBS/D


20.00


871251
*00 PH
s
6.79
10.50


FREQ

Vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0' 000




870650
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/0


110.00

0.19
871251
105* OffONXUN S LBS/D

20.00

0.09
FREQ'

vt.o- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




870650
10*5 IRON
$ LBS/D

5*8.00
16*0.00
0.S9
5.29



CONCENTRATION
QUANTITY
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





DATE
PARAICTER

N1N AVG
MAX
AVC
MAX
870650
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D

101.00
250.00
0.19
0.50
871251
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D

15000.00

27.50
FREQ:

vtt.o- ooo





FREQ:

VtCO: 000




870650
1067 MICXEL
S LBS/D

*1.00
90.00
0.09
0.19
871251
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D
685.00
*000.00
1.19
6.79
FREQ:

vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




870650 50050 COMMIT
s

0.18
0.50


871251
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D
125.00
550.00
0.19
1.00
FREQ:

vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0- ooo




870650
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D

5.00
12.00
6.00
25.00
871251
1067 tficsa.
S LBS/D
57.00
210.00
0.09
0.29
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0 000




870650
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.01


871251 SD050 COMMIT
s
0.22
0.59


FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




870650
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D

109.00
510.00
0.19
1.09
871251
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D
7.00
55.00
15.00
101.00
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ.

Vtt.0 000




870751
*00 PH
s
7.69

10.59


871251
722 CYMQC
S LBS/D

0.00


FREQ-

vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000

8500.00


870751
105* O0MHM
S LBS/D


10.00


871251
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D
577.00
1.09
16.19
FREQ:

vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




870751
10*2 COPPER
S LBS/D


100.00

0.19
880151
*00 PH
s
6.79
10.19


FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ'

vtt.0 ooo




870751
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D

2*6.00
680.00
0.59
0.79
880151
105* CMtOMDM
S LBS/D

50.00


FREQ-

vtt.0- 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000




870751
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D

107.00
190.00
0.19
0.29
880151
10*2 COPPGt
S LSS/D

610.00

1.29
FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

vtt.o- 000







CONCENTRATION
QUANTITY

8S01S1
10*5 IRON
S LBS/D
8*5.00
8000.00
l.SO
17.29
QATE
PARAICTER

MDi
AVC
MAX
AVC
MAX
FREQ:

Vtt.0 000



A
870751
1067 NICXEL
S LBS/D

80.00
570.00
0.09
0.69
880151
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D
106.00
690.00
0.19
lm
FREQ-

Vtt.0: 000





FREQ-

Vtt.0: 000




870751 50050 COMMIT
S

0.1*
0.51


880151
1067 MICXEL
S LBS/D
55.00
160.00
0.09
l
FREQ

Vtt.0. 000





FREQ:

Vtt.0: 000



\\
870751
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D

2.00
7.00
5.00
10.00
880151 50050 COMMIT
S
0.16
0.5*


FREQ:

vtt.0: 000





FREQ:

m.9: 000




870751
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.05

0.09



CONCENTRATION
QUANTITY

FREQ:

vtt.0: 000





OA-E
PARAMETER

KDi Att
MAX
AVG
MAX
870751
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D

297.00
2050.00
0.29
1.09
880151
530 RESIDUE
S LBS/D
8.00
57.00
15.00
12*.00

-------
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880151
722
CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.01


FREQ


VN.0- 000





880151
1092
ZDC
S LBS/D

584.00
2500.00
0.59
5.59
FRE9


VN.0: 000





880229
400
m
S
7.79

10.29


FREQ


VN.0: 000





880229
1054
OiKMIlM S LBS/0


40.00

0.09
FREQ


VN.0* 000





880229
10*2
COPPER
S LBS/D


500.00

0.69
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880229
10*$
IKON
S LBS/0

525.00
1900.00
0.89
3.59
FREQ


vn.o: ooo





880229
1051
LEAD
S LBS/D

154.00
550.00
0.19
1.09
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880229
1067
NICKEL
S LBS/D

157.00
570.00
0.19
0.79
FREQ
880229
93050
COOUTT
VHO: 000
S

0.21
0.52


FREQ


VN.0: 000





A80229
550
RESIDUE
S LBS/D

4.00
10.00
8.00
21.00
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880229
1092
ZDC
S LBS/D

174.00
480.00
0.29
1.00
FREQ


VN.O: 000





880551
400
m
S
8.00

10.29


FREQ


VN.0: 000





880551
1054
CHMNHM S LBS/0


20.00


FREQ


VN.0' 000





880551
1042
COPPER
S LBS/D


820.00

1.59
FREQ


mjO: 000









CONCENTRATION
QUANTITY

DATE
PAftAICTER

*XM
AVG
MAN
AVG
MAK
880551
10*5
IRON
S LBS/D

424.00
8.89
0.69
1.69
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880551
1051
LEAD
S LBS/D

67.00
120.00
0.09
0.29
FREQ


VN.0- 000





880551
1067
NICKEL
S LBS/D

57.00
180.00
0.09
0.29
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880551
50050
CONDUIT
s

0.19
0.50


FREQ


VHA: 000





880551
550
RESIDUE
S LBS/D

4.00
10.00
7.00
25.00
FREQ
880551
722
CYANIDE
\m.o- ooo
S LBS/D


0.00


FREQ


VN.0: 000





880551
1092
ZDC
S LBS/D

157.00
450.00
0.29
0.89
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880150
400
PM
s
8.09

10.29


FREQ


*10: 000





880*50
1054
CHWMLW S LBS/D


40.00

0.09
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880*50
1042
ccppet
S LBS/D


5200.00

5.69
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880*50
1045
IRON
S LBS/D

722.00
1500.00
1.19
2.69
FREQ


VN.0- 000





880*50
1051
LEAD
S LBS/D

107.00
140.00
0.19
0.29
FREQ


VN.0: 000





880*50
1067
NICKEL
S LBS/0

85.00
550.00
0.09
0.S9
FREQ


vmjo- ooo





880*50
50050
COWUIT
s

0.16
0.26


FREQ-


VN.0: 000





880*50
550
RESIDUE
S LBS/D

5.00
15.00
9.00
54.00
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
' i
* -i
FREQ:

VNA: 000







CONCENTRATION
OATE
PAftAICTER

tan
AM
MAX
880*50
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.00
FREQ.

VN.0: OOO



880*50
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D

205.00
50.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000



880551
400 W
S
7.SO
10.09
FREQ:

VN.0- 000



880551
1054 CHNKHM S LBS/D


20.00
FREQ:

VN.0- 000



880551
1042 COPPER
S LBS/D


470.00
FREQ:

VN.0. 000



8805X1
1045 RON
S LBS/D

678.00
2600.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000



880551
1051 LEAO
S LBS/D

99.00
250.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000



880551
1067 NICKEL
S LBS/D

111.00
450.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000



880551
50050 COOJZT
s

0.14
0.26
FREQ:

m.0- ooo



880551
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D

5.00
17.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000



880551
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.27
FREQ:

VN.0- 000



880551
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D

557.00
5000.00
FREQ.

Wt.0: OOO



880650
400 PH
S
8.50
10.29
FREQ:
880650
1054 CMtONIUN
VN.0: 000
S LBS/D


20.00
FREQ.
880650
1042 COPPER
VN.0 000
S LBS/D


UO.OO
FREQ:

VN.0: 000







CONCENTRATION
DATE
PAftAICTER

KIN
AVG
HAH
880650
1045 IRON
S LBS/D

4*1.00
950.00
FREQ:

VN.0: 000




1051 LEAD
S LBS/D

81.00
160.00
FREQ-

VN.0- 000



880650
1067 NICKEL
S LBS/0

50.00
100.00
FREQ-

VN.0: OOO



880650 S0050 CONDUTT
s

0.16
0.50
FREQ:

m.o: ooo



880650
550 RESIDUE
S LBS/D

4.00
7.00
FREQ:

VN.0: OOO



880650
722 CYANIDE
S LBS/D


0.05
FREQ:

VN.0. 000



880650
1092 ZDC
S LBS/D

102.00
550.00
FREQ:

VN.0- 000



QUANTITY
AW	WW
0.59
O.W 2.79
0.09 0.59
0.19 O.SO
7.00 20.00
0.59
O.SO 6.29
QUANTITY
WG	MM
0.69 1.59
0.09
0.09
0.59
0.29
6.00
15.00
0.09
0.19 0.79
T>C FQLLONXMB QATA B PROM PCS
T> PAftAlCTERS AVAILABLE ME
1
400
m

SU
2
1QS4
Ot0NHM
a. TOT
UC/L
5
10*2
COPPBl
CU.TOT
UG/L
4
10*5
IRON
FE.TOT
UG/L
5
1051
LEAO
PB.TOT
UG/L
6
1067
Niae.
NI.TOTAL
UG/L
7 1
50050
cocurr
FLON
MGD

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
	___	HQAS DATA REPORT
8	950	RESIDUE	TOT W.T MG/L
9	772	CYAMIK	FREE CM /L
10 1092	ZDC	ZN.TOT 1JG/L
U 84150	OUTFALL	08SSVAm	Y/N COOE
T> OATE INTERVAL IS: 85D801 TO 880650
 PIPE DFQBttTION TO FOLLOW 
I001A PROCESS MATER
I001B *
TREATWMT COOE'MVC AVAILABLE
TREATICMT COOE.NOC AVAILABLE
SELECT (BE OF TTC FQLLOKDB PIPES.
001 A
001 6
OTTER PIPE MMER (BIMU: 001 A):
001 A
NO TREATIGfT COOES AVAILABLE
CM FOR: MI00S9179
CONCENTRATION
OATE
PAftAICTER


NDt
AVG
MAM
860551 S0050 COWUIT



0.20
0.55
FREQ:

VN.0:
000



860650 51
1050 cowun
S


0.21
0.52
FREQ:

mj>:
000



870650 51
1050 COMMIT
s


0.18
0.50
FREQ:

VNJ:
000



870751 51
1050 COMlilT
s


0.14
0.51
FREQ:

mjO:
000



870851 SOOn COMJUIT
s


0.22
0.56
FREQ:

VNJ:
000



870950 51
1060 ootoun
s


0.27
0.42
FREQ:

m.0:
000



871051 B
J050 cowurr
s


0.29
0.44
FREQ*

VN.0:
000



87U50 S
nso cocuit
$


0.20
0.S8
FREQ:

VN.0:
000

CONCENTRATION

OATE
PAftAICTER


NDI
AVG
MAX
871251 S0050 CONDUIT
S


0.22
0.59
FREQ:

mjo:
000



880151 S
HSO CCNJUTT
s


0.16
0.54
FREQ

VN.0:
000



880229 St
1060 COKBIT
S


0.21
0.52
FREQ:

VN.0-
000



880551 B
COMMIT
s


0.19
0.50
FREQ:

VNJt.
000



880450 SC
DSD commit
s


0.16
0.26
FREQ:

VN.0:
000



880S51 5C
nso cowun
S


0.14
0.26
FREQ:

VNJ1:
000



880650 SC
I960 C0M3UTT
S


0.16
O.SO
FREQ:

VNJ):
000



L8S/0AV
QUANTITY
AVG	i
QUANTITY
AVG	I

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
INOZRECT REPORT*
WOES MMER: MIOOS9179
FACILITY HAJC' NATIONAL STAMMRD CO
RECEIVING STREAM: ST JOSEW 8
REACH MMER: 0*050001005
NO ZKURECT COSCHUtGEJB FOUND

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STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQ AS DATA REPORT
F 0 R N 2 C REPORT
WES MIMES MIOOS9179
FACILITY MAM NATIONAL STAttUflD CO
RECEIVING STREAM ST JOSEPH R
REAOI MMEJl: 04050001005
tfOES: MI0059179
F0RM2C DATA MOT AVAXLA&E
STORET/PCS INTERFACE^
NQAS DATA REPORT
'BIOASSAY REPORT 
WOES MLMER: KI0059179
FACILITY MAIC' NATIONAL ST AMMO CO
RECEIVING STREAM- ST JOSEPH R
REACH NLMER. 040S0001005
T> FOLLOWING OATA IS FROM THE CETIS FILE	I
EFFLUENT CCNC EFFECT EFFECT I
8FLOMCTGO) QJtATIONCD) tJM QO POCKT COOE I
LCSO	|
LCSO	I
M20 I
PIPE
OATE
790806
800205
800511
485.soo
277.200
0.000
4.000
2.000
2.000
94.
86.6Z
100.0/
m
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NQAS DATA REPORT
RECEIVING STREAM REPORT
WCR MLMER: W0059179
FACILITY NAtC- NATIONAL STAMURD CO
RECEIVING STREAM: ST JOSEPH R
REACH MLMER: 04050001005
FACILITY IS ON T> REACH
NILE POINT: 1.59
OOMSTVEAM: 4050001 4
UPSTREAM LEFT. 4050001 7
>
CCmDCVT 4050001 62
IFSTREAM RIGHT' 4050001 6

FIOMSCCFS)
PCAN 7-$-10
VELOQTTEScFPS)
CAN	LOU
ESTIMATED
<004050001005
180.01
868.29
1.98
1.18

USSSD4101S20 1
ST JOSEPH R m 1
USCS04101500
ST. JOSEF* HP*
0.59
5178.29
922.59


ON 1
STEP REPORT (1972)
STEP REPORT (197?)
STEP REPORT <1982>
STEP REPORT (1962)
STEP REPORT <1982)
> kSSKA RESULTS <
STATE. 1>
PARTIALLY SUPPORTED 007.0 - 014.0
FULLY SLPPORTEO 014.0 - 026.0
FULLY SUPPORTED 000.0 - 026.0
FIJLLV SUPPORTED 007.0 - 014.0
FILLY SUPPORTED 014.0 - 026.0

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQ AS DATA REPORT
~ ORDKDC MATER SIVPLY REPORT '
IFOES MIMEJT HI0059179
FACILITY NAIC NATIONAL STANDARD CO
RECEIVING STREAM: ST JOSET* R
0*050001005
FOR OR IMC INC WATER SUPRJES OOMJ STREAM FROM
THIS WOES OISCHARGE. ENTER TK OOM STREAM
DISTANCE (NOT TO EXCEED 75 MILES)' 75
DISTANCE
OOMI
REACH NO. STREAM
UTILITY MAtC TYPE
MAlC
SETOD 1
POP. 1



NO HATER SUPPLIES FOM) 00
m STREAM


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STORET/PCS INTERFACE
	HQ AS DATA REPORT ^
mm analysis report  dilution ratio
IRX3 NLMER: MIOOS9179
FACILITY KMC. NATIONAL STAIAARD CO
RECEIVING STREAM: ST JOSEF* R
REACH MMER: 04050002004
facility is on nc reach
MILE POINT. 1.59
IENBTH : 25.5 MILES
OOMSTREAN: 4050001 4
tPSTREAM LEFT: M3S0001 7
>
COWIECNT- 4060001 62
UPSTREAM RIGHT: 4050001 6

FLOMSCCFS)
CAN 7-4-10
VELOCITIES* FPS)
CAM	LOM
ESTIMATED
CGD4050001005
5180.01
868.29
1.98
1.18

USBS04101520 1
ST JOSEPH R m 1
USSS04101S00
ST. JOSEPH RIW
0.59
5178.29
922.59


ON 1
1
CAN: 5180.01 7-4-10: 868.29
PIPE FLOM DATA AVAILABLE FROM 860531 TO 880650 FOR T)C FQU.0N3NB:
MAXWLW PIPE FLOM
AVERAGE PIPE FLOM
ENTER T> YEAR :
s
OISCHARGE FLONS FROM PCS FOR VEA*: 1987
CALOJUTIONS USE HAXDtM MOMTH.V PIPE ROMS
pipe r.omccfs>  months
1 A	0.442 7
1 8	1.547 7
DILUTION RATIO > (PIPE FLOM ~ STREAM F10M>/PIP R.CM
aurnoN ratios usds'tc follow* floms for t>c reao
CAM CCFS): S180.0U 7-9-10 :	868.294
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
PIPE	CAM	7-4-10
1 A 7193.SOS 1964.896
1 8 2056.005 562.113
FACILITY TOTAL

^ STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HO AS DATA REPORT
> ANALYSIS REPORT  FACILITIES ON REACH <
*10059179
"" FACILITY MAC: NATIONAL STAMURO CO
RECEIVING STREAM- ST JOSEPH R
REACH UMER. 04050001005
TCRE ARE 17 FACILITIES ASSOCIATED MTTM THIS REACH
FACILITIES CRE OETERNDED BY T> REACH UJCERS FROM T> IFO FILE
T>C FOLLOMDfi FACILITIES ARE ON T> REACH:
M2ES UMER
FACILITY MAC
MILES
SIC
FLOM (TGD)
D0000736
IMISOVAL DC - NISHAMUCA

5622
2520.000
IN0000884
come packing com>anv

4952

 MI00591/9
NATIONAL STAttMD CO

9512
270.000
NI0027596
NATIONAL-STAJOARO CXM>ANV
0.54
5550
1520.000
D0000495
DO-MICH ELECTRIC CO
2.44
2020
519000.000
MI0028665
EASTGATE CLEACRS I LAUMONAT
5.67
5569

IN0050848
rarwm mttm C SCHOOL
5.95
8211

DO021458
NISHMKA CITY OF
7.47
4952

MI000085S
SDWJCTTY PATTERN CO
9.81
4911
520.000
MI0005972
GREEN GIANT CO - MILES
10.46
5585

IN0000787
A M GENERAL CORP
12.09
2015

DJ0Q24S2O
SOUTH BEND CITY OF
12.54
4952
59000.000
DOQ25U9
DOIAMA AM) MICHIGAN ELEC CO -
15.28
4911

IN0045605
ATLANTIC RIOFIELD CO
15.95
5471
0.500
IN0020925
DOIAMA TOLL ROAD COMOSSION 
14.S2
4952

IN0025640
MI94AMAKA tUt UTILITIES
16.82
4952
10100.000
00020951
DCIAMA TOU. ROAD OMISSION 
17.55
4952


STORET/PCS INTERFACE
WAS DATA REPORT ______
1 ANALYSIS REPORT  HATES QUALITY DMNTORY ^
NIOOS9179
FACILITY NAC. NATIONAL STAIOARO CO
RECEIVING STREAM- ST JOSEPH R
REACH UMER: 04050001005
TIC F0LL0M2NC STATIONS FROM STORET ARE
QESIDMrED AS AWSNT - SURFACE HATER
T> STATIONS ARE RETRIEVED SOLELY BY REACH MMER
OTCR STATIONS NAY BE PRESENT THAT DO NOT CUtRENTLY
NAVE A REACH MMER ASSIQCD


REACH NLMER-
4050001005




RECQVZNB STREAM: ST JOSEPH R



AGENCY
STATION
MAC
MILE
a 083
1
21DO
8SU85AVU
OFF OF EAST BAMC AT GARDEN RO
0.00
158
2
21DC
850852E580
OFF OF EAST BAMC AT AUTEM RO
0.00
ISO
5
21DO
850852MS70
OFF OF CST BAMC AT DAROEN RO
0.00
157
4
21DO
SSOSSSOBO
OFF OF CST BAMC AT AUTEN RO
0.00
158
5
21XXD4
110045
ST. JOSEF* R UPSTRH OflMAfilAT
0.10
85
6
21MICH
110471
ST. JOSEPH R. AT MAIN STREET
0.24
100
7
112MD
04101500
ST. JOSEm RI\R AT MILES. MI
0.59
2950
8
21MICM
110244
SRAMJYNDC CR. AT 5RD ROAO; N
1.95
42
9
21WCH
110490
ST JOSEPH RIVER AT US-12 BR]
2.79
57
10
L12MD
04101400
ST. JOSEm RIVER AT BERTRAM.
5.09
8
u
1ZDOO
SJR-15
ST JOE R AT BERTRAM] 90 MILES
5.09
8
12
21NICH
110042
ST JOSEM R AT 8ERTR/UC RO; B
5.19
1746
15
12SOO
SJt-01
ST JOSEW R AT AUTEN RO SOU B
7.78
9
14
Z1DC
171412
ST. J0SER4 R OAROEN BRIDGE AT
9.15
9825
IS
12DD0
SO0-O1
SOUTH BOO STP EFFLUENT
9.49
0
16
21DO
8508520560
CENTER. RIVERSIDE OR AT IATW
10.41
62
17
12DOO
SJR-OS
ST JOSEm R AT US51-55 BR S B
11.97
9
18
21DO
8508520550
BELOM CENTER OF ANGELA BLVD B
12.59
154
19
2LDO
8508520540
BEL ON CENTER OF MICH. ST BRIS
12.88
154
20
21DO
8508520550
BS.W CENTER OF COLFAX AVE BR
15.52
154
a
12R50RMC
DOBS
OEEP CLLS AT SOUTH BOO I MAT
14.55
95
22
21DO
8508520520
BELOM CENTER OF EDO* ST BR IDC
14.71
62
25
12DOO
SJt-05
ST JOSEm R AT PLAYLAJC PARK
16.12
9
24
21IND
8508520500
BELOM CENTER OF DKMOOO OR.
16.15
271
25
21DO
8508SQ290
BELON CENTER OF LOGAN ST BR ID
17.57
156
26
12DOO
SJJ-04
ST JOSEm R AT LOGANST 6R MIS
17.45
1
27
12DOO
MISH-5
INDtOVAft. AT MI94INAKA
18.05
0
28
12DC0
MISH-4
UNIROYAL AT MI94ANAKA OUTFALL
18.05
12
29
12DOO
MISt-5
UMIROYAL AT MISMAMAKA OUTFALL
18.05
7
50
12DOO
MIS4-6
IMBmtL AT MI9MMNU OUTFALL
18.05
S
51
12DOO
MISH-7
IMIROVAL AT MI94AMAJCA OUTFALL
18.05
9
52
12DOO
MOM
UQROVAL AT MI94MMU OUTFALL
18.05
10
55
12DOO
MI94-2
IRUROVAL AT MISHAMAJCA OUTFALL
18.15
8
54
12DG0
NI94-1
UNIR9VAL AT MI9UMAKA OUTFALL
18.25
0
55
21DO
8508520280
8EL0M CENTER OF MAIN ST BR IDC
18.27
156
56
21DO
8508520270
BELOM CENTER OF CSUR BRUCE.
19.18
126
57
21DO
8508520260
BELON CENTER OF PETRO PRK BRO
19.88
156

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STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NQAS DATA REPORT
58 21DC
17*>y*
ST. JOSEPH R-AT MISHAMAKA PET
19.88
*89
59 21D
8508520250
CENTER, CSTINGHQUSE. HI&AHA
21.57
110
*0 21D
8508520240
CENTER. OPPOSITE PRICXETT PRK
22.41
109
*1 2 IDC
8508520250
BELOM CENTER OF BITTERStCET 6
22.67
175
*2 12DC0
Ut-05
ST JOE R AT 6ITTER9CET BR XI
22.97
9
*>l 21DC
450880220
CEKTBt, kCST OF BEECH W. R*
2*.19
109
21DO
171*2
STATION MOT FOLM)
Z1DO
171*12
vEAR: 85
PAftMCTER: 1
2
5
PARAfCTER:
PARAICTER:
60
500
510
OATE
PARJJCTER
VM.UE
850125
500
12.50
850125
510
5.80
850219
500
15.00
850219
510
1.50
850519
500
12.20
850519
510
2.10
850+16
500
9.SO
850*16
510
2.00
85C&1S
500
9.10
850515
510
2.70
850618
500
9.50
850618
510
5.50
850716
500
8.*0
850716
510
5.80
850820
500
9.00
850820
510
2.00
850917
500
9.90
850917
510
1.20
851029
500
10.10
851029
510
2.70
851119
500
10.80
851119
510
1.70
851217
500
15. SO
851217
510
1.10
TO VIEM FACILITIES OR HATER QUALITY DFORMATTON
HWOLOGZCilXV IPSTSAM OR DQMCTRCAM FROM SELECTED
FACILITIES. USE WJUiMgS. MQA8 PATWCAN OR S10RET DCEX

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
HQAS DATA REPORT
- 1

STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NQAS DATA REPORT
I
STORET/PCS INTERFACE
NQAS DATA REPORT

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UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
^W!/ I	WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460

JUN 2 5 1987
OFFICE OF
WATER
SUBJECT: PCS STORET Interface
FRCM:
TO:
Phillip L. Taylor, Chief
Ehvirormental Analysis Se
Philip Lindenstruth, Chief
Client Services Branch (PM-218D)
The attached information will assist STORET users interpreting PCS
data using STORET reports fran the RET, MEAN, and BROW prograns.
cc: Bill Sanuels, SAIC
Steve Mitchell, SAIC
Judy English, VERSAR
Robert Greenspun, OIRM

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S-roRtT (Zepae-T USimo>
P&M' 2T o*	Cbatch^
OR B20WJ < Coi*SW'oAcct
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/10
/TYPA/MUN/TREATEO/OUTFL/PIPE/N
DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH
0INOO2452O
@ ZND000671475

SOUTH BEND MUNICIPAL STP
18141 IN
T)LAKE MICHIGAN
fflUVST. JOSEPH R.
pcsI 
SOUTH
ST JOSEW
<2)M32oa
0000 FEET DEPTH
		DESCRIPTION _*-*
  
DATA FROM PCS - 670210 SIC IS 4952 CITY IS SOUTH BEN)


PERMIT TYPr-J FAC STATUS"* 000000
PEC. WATER IT. JOSEPH P.
ft

iPp
EPA OR STATE PERMIT S~?

PRI. INO. CAT.?
INO. CLASS. N TYPE OWNERSHIP P
DISCHARGER TTpi
^2 UQ LIHIT^
FED. GRANT INO. ?
&7&H ICIPAL S.T.P.
S..T,	^
LAT ?	^LON ?
FOR PHOSPHORUS X REMOVAL LIMIT
IONS ARE IN EFFECT FROM APRIL
P053A STORM-WATER RUNOFF
LAT ?	LON ?	TRE ?
REISSUED C00r^2 UQ LIMIT!
NEW SOURCE/DISCH? 000000 PRETREAT REQ^?
FINAL LIMITS COO^F AVG OESIGN FLOW! MSB
   
_ 600501 INA A 000000 EFF 04

TRE" 1M1L1U3A1U5B5L^A
0
S. REFER TO P6 2 OF PERMIT.
OCTOBER 31.
651201 INA A 000000 EFF 04
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PCS DATA
STORET
PCS TO STORET
ELEMENTS USED FOR THE
DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH
Station
Header



1. NPID


6.
STTE, CNTY
2. CSDN


7.
Major Basin Name (Table 90)
3. FLAT


8.
BAS6
4. FLON


9.
Minor Basin Name (Table 100)
5. MDNR
* If
(RNAM, RSTI)*
blank, then FNML
(RNAM,
10.
RSTI)
REAC
Descript
ive Paragraph



A. Date
of this report

0.
PRET (R-required, not approved
Y-approved)
B. SIC2


P.
FDGR
C. CYNM


0.
FLIM
D. PTYP
(G,P,S,or U)

R.
FLOW (mgd)
E. IACC
& IADT

S.
DSCH
F. INC L
(P,M, or S)

T.
PIAE
G. TYPO


U.
STRP
H. RWAT


V.
PIAC & PIAD
I. MADI
(M or Blank)

W.
WAST Ciec AW 0)
J. EPST


X.
PLAT
K. REIS


Y.
PLON
L. WQUA


Z .
TRET (up to 12 treatment
type codes-Table 190)
M. INCA


#
Comments (PIC1 thru PIC9)
N. NEWS
& NSDT

/
Next DSCH follwed by T, U, V,
W, X, Y, Z & #.

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t0b.T BfcouJ Q-tvoA
m/u
m
/ 1NM
'	Mtl I
MISSOURI PIVEP
/tN NO P-NtM*MHk
INDEX
MILES
MTE
FKQH
OfPTM
TI*
OF
DEPTH
222 E
mPA/mjN/TIVATED/OUTFl/PtPC/NONMB
8U18
BOO
5 DAT
TO OAT
FEET

NBA
M/IVII
500

42.8
4/12/31
C.


M/lt/Bl
SM

42.0
4/12/31
CT


/18/8I


42.8
4/12/31
C-


M/10/91
0
A
M.0
4/12/31
CI
1.

M/I8/V1
0

4S.0
4/12/31
CK


8S/I8/01
ft

45.0
84/12/31
CT


1/12/31
SM

4S.0
1/12/31
V.


81/12/31
SM

184.0
81/12/3t
VI


1/12/31
500

14S.0
81/12/31
VJ


1/12/31
SM

163.0
81/12/31
VK


81/12/31
0

163.0
81/12/31
1/12/31
V.


0

46.8
1/12/31
; vt


1/12/31
! 8
a.
38.0
1/12/31
. VJ

81/12/31
1 B

M.0
81/12/31
1 VK


82/81/31
5H

60. e
82/81/31
V - .
.. . _

82/81/31
SM
3
181.0 1
82/01/31
vr

1
82/81/31
SM

127.0
82/81/31
VJ


82/81/31
SM

2M.0
82/81/31
VK


82/81/31
0

288.0
82/01/31
V.


82/01/31
0

48.0
02/01/31
VI

2/01/31
0

M.0
82/01/3'
VJ


02/01/31
0

S7.0
02/01/31
VK


02/82/28
5M

67.0
82/02/28
v.

PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Mi
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
PIPE Ml
L_'tri^S- C-t	C4MC.
C lc *, Ctc
vy cot.
\j\l |MX C^C.
3  uoi v4f ii. - Aug .

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/06/06
/TYPA/MUH/TREATED/OUTFL/PIPE/N
MISSOURI RIVER
m/CEN KO R-NIOBRARA
PCS I
FEET DEPTH
090400
METERS ELEVATION
DATE
FROM
TO
TIME
OF
DAY
MEDIUM
SMC 50050
OR /CnCOTCUIT
(5eptw/ flow
TFTT M60
CONTINUATION
AC
LC
HC
82/09/30
82/09/30 PCS
CP(V>- CM
AC
LC
HC
82/09/30
82/10/31 PCS
CP(V)- CM
AC
LC
HC
82/10/31
82/10/31 PCS
CPtV)- |m
'ac
LC
HC
OF! PIPE-
-> 901

00310
BOO
5 DAY
HS/L
154.0
99.0
243.0
DES-TYPE-
HATER
DES-TYPE-
HATER
LOC-SES-MOO-DUP A5100
1.510
20.0
15.0
3.070	26.0
LOC-SES-MOO-
50^
DUP A5600
124.0
93.0
141.0
DES-TYPE-LOC-SES-MOO-DUP A510Q
WATER
1.397	56.0
27.0
1.751 103.0
82/10/31
82/11/30
CP(V
I	1
/30 I PCS
)- TfH
DES-TYPE-LOC-SES-HGD
B5TCT	
500
-DUP [ A5600 j
AC
LC
HC
82/11/30
82/11/30 PCS
CPCVJ- CM
AC
LC
HC
82/11/30
82/12/31 PCS
CP(V)- CM
AC
LC
HC
82/12/31
DES-TYPE-
HATER
DES-TYPE-
HATER
116.0
102.0
133.0
LOC-SES-MOO-DUP A5100
1.341 107.0
95.0
1.425 113.0
LOC-SES-MOO-
500
DUP A5600
112.0
97.0
130.0
00400
PH
SU
00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
155
100
270
50060
CHLORINE
TOT RESO
MS/L
74055
FEC COU
PERMIT
GENERAL
7.10
7.70
7.20
7.60
7.00
7.50
14
11
18
155
125
177
.40
.20
.60
/100
33
10K
90
S/100

29
18
38
123
113
148
77
70
94
171
100
330
2686000
900000
8600000
/100
5268000
4000000
8500000

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/06/11
/TYPA/IND/TR EATED/OUTFIVPIPE/N
PGH=RET
OHIO RIVER
fP51
0000 FEET DEPTH
METERS ELEVATION
OATE
FROM
TO
TIME
OF
OAT
MEDIUM
Srtt
OR
OEPTH
(FT)
50050
CONDUIT
FLOW
M60
CONTINUATION OF PIPE-
AL
HL
TI	
-> 901
00310
BOO
5 DAT
M6/L
204.0
Jl_6.0_
	01/07
00400
PH
SU
00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
M6/L
64
-3fiZ_
01/07
87/01/31
87/02/26 PCS DES-TYPE-
CP(V)- CM HATER
AC
LC
HC
FA
f/28
87/02/28 PCS DES-TYPE-
CP(V)- CD	HATER	
Lttl.
00665
PHOS-TOT
M6/L P
1Q3.QQQ-- ,(S)
01/30 lw
LOC-SES-MOD-OUP B5100
2.900
3.200
99/99
LOC-SES-MOD-
... .
OUP B5200
K6/DA
AL
HL
FA
87/02/28
87/03/31 PCS DES-TTPE
CP(V)- CM HATER
AC
LC
HC
FA
87/03/31
87/03/31 PCS DES-TYPE
CP(V>- CM HATER
MU
AL
HL
FA
87/03/31
BESIN PIPE	
80/01/31 PCS DES-TYPE
CPCCl- CM HATER
MU
FA
81/03/31
81/11/28 PCS DES-TYPE
CP(V)- CM HATER
81/11/28
304.0
442.0
01/07
-LOC-SES-MOD-OUP B5100
2.300
2.700
99/99
L0C-SES-dBP0
-OUP B5200
KG/DA
286.0
366.0
01/07
	> 902
-LOC^SES-raO-DUP A5700
<535
LOC-SES-MOD-
436
KG/DA
99/99 01/07
OUP A5700
6.20
7.60
99/99
KG/DA
6.20
8.10
99/99
KG/DA
,
108
147
01/07
59.000
01/30
K6/DA
36
87
01/07
KG/DA
01/07
KB/DA
129.000
01/30
KG/DA
01/30

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STORET RETRIEVAL OATE 07/06/19
PGI1=ALLPARM
PAGE:
/TTPA/IND/TREATED/OUTFL/PIPE/N
CI law
am*
LAK MICHIGAN
LM/HEHOMINFE
PCS
0000 FEET DEPTH
000302
04030100014
INITIAL DATE
CP-SPACE OK TIME-STATISTICAL FUHC
MEDIUM
DEPTH-FTISMK1
FINAL OATEtUMK)
PIPE
PCS DES-TYPE-LOC-SES-KOD-DUP
00011 HATER
00056 FLOW
00400 PH
00530 RESIDUE
00610 NH3NH4-
00665 PHOS-TOT
32106 CHLAFORM
39032 PCP
50050 CONDUIT
01040 TRICLPHN
04066 OIL AND
TEMP
RATE
TOT NFLT
N TOTAL
FLOW
MIL HAT
GREASE
FAHN
GPD
SU
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L P
T0TU6/L
TOT UG/L
MGO
UG/L
VIS CODE
IS
j/27
CM
651
06/03/31
1
A5000
01/04/27
CP-C-AC
HATER
651
06/03/31
1
A5000
20.000
01/04/27
CP-C-FA
HATER
651
66/03/31
A5000
1
01/01
01/04/27
CP-C-CM
HATER
652
06/03/31
A5P00
1
01/04/27
CP-C-AC
HATER
652
06/03/31
1
A5P00
36000
01/04/27
CP-C-FA
HATER
652
06/OV31
I
A5P00
01/01
01/04/27
CP-C-CM
HATER
653
06/03/31
1
A5Q00
01/04/27
CP-C-FA
HATER
653
06/03/31
1
Asqoo
01/01
01/04/27
CP-C-CM
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
MG/L
INITIAL DATE
CP-SPACE OR TIME-STATISTICAL FUNC
MEOIUh
FINAL DATEIUTK)
PIPE
01/04/27
CP-C-HU
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
01/04/27
CP-C-AC
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
01/04/27
CP-C-LC
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
01/04/27
CP-C-HC
HATER
06/03/31
A5100
1
01/04/27
CP-C-AL
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
01/04/27
CP-C-ML
HATER
06/03/31
1
A5100
01/04/27	06/00/25
CP-C-FA	CP-C-CM
HATER	HATER
06/03/31	00/10/01
1
A5100
A5100
06/00/25
CP-C-MU
HATER
00/10/01
1
A5100
00011
HATER
TEMP
FAHN





01/01

s


00300
DO

MG/L







s

i
00310
BOD
5 DAY
MG/L







N

1 LBS/D
00400
PH

SU

5.00
9.00


99/99

S



00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
LBS/D


10230
16030
01/01

N


LBS/D
00610
NH3+NH4-
N TOTAL
MS/L


1.500


01/01

S



00665
PHOS-TOT

MG/L P

1.000
2.000


01/01

P
MG/L


32106
CHLRFORM

TOTUG/L
LBS/D



52.0
01/07





39032
PCP

TOT UG/L
LBS/D



5.600
01/07





50050
CONDUIT
FLOH
MGO





01/01

S
0


01040
TRICLPHN
HHL HAT
UG/L
LBS/D



6.600
01/07




04066
OIL AND
GREASE
VIS CODE
YES=1




01/01





4130
OUTFALL
OBSRVATN
Y/N CODE






N


YES=1




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REFERENCE to PCS-TO-STORET MAPPING
Reference Number	Description
Pipe identifier (note that pipe
"FAC" will
appear as "111"
and "SUM" as "888" )
Sample description
DES- Report descriptor (alphabetic
character)
TYPE- Type of sample (eg 5-final,
3>interim or ^initial) "
LOC- sample location VMLO (eg 1-eff.
gross value, 2-eff. net value, 5-
upstream, 6-downstream, G-raw sewage
or influent) see Table 1 Appendix A
SES- seasonal (alphabetic character)
MOD- modified (any character 1-9)
DUP- duplicate sample (usually blank
STORET DEPTH- PCS monitoring location
(VMLO) For example, 0 or blank-
effluent gross value, 26- effluent
net value, 500-raw sewage or
influent 436-intake from stream,
(see Table 1 Appendix A for complete
list)
Concentration units - CM (eg. s- pes
same as STORET, C-PCS different than
STORET but units converted to STORET
units) see Table 3 Appendix A
MU- Mass Units (eg. Kg/DA- Kilograms
per day, LBS/D- pounds per day)
FA- frequency of analysis- (eg. 01/07
sample once every 7 days, 99/99-
continuous monitoring)
CP (X)- Type of data - Limits data X=C
- DMR data X=V
Type of Value AC Average Concentration
LC Low Concentration
HC High Concentration
AL Average Loading
HL High Loading

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Appendix
Tne PCS location code is mapped into tne STORET sample depth according to
details of the pcs-to-storet mapping
in the real-time interface
Apr iI 1986
Tne PCS location code is mapped into tne STORET sample depth accordini
Tao I e I.
Table 1. STORET Depth Values and Corresponding PCS VMLO Codes.
STORET	PCS Monitoring
Depth V a I ue	Location (VMLO) 	Mean i nq
0	1	Effluent gross value
26	2	Effluent net value
437	3	Intake from public water
supply
398	4	Pretreatment processing
compIeted
475	5	Upstream monitoring
476	6	Downstream monitoring
436	7	Intake from stream
36	8	Other treatment processing
compIeted
157	9	Phosphorus removal processing
compIeted
35	A	Disinfection processing completed
30	B	Prior to disinfection
169	C	Nitrogen removal completed
193	D	Advanced treatment completed
270	E	Secondary treatment completed
371	F	Primary treatment completed
_500	G	Raw sewage (or influent)
439	H	During manufacturing process
438	I	Intake from welI
344	J	Intermediate treatment completed
27	K	Percent removal
107	L	Digestor
478	M	Upstream and Downstream
272	N	In aeration unit
651	0	Other
652	P	Other
653	0	Other
654	R	Other
655	S	Other
656	T	Other
657	U	Other
658	V	Other
659	W	Other

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2
The PCS designator, type, location, seasonal and modification codes
are appended to the STOkET sample key, as also are codes for duplicate and
gnost PCS keys. If the characters "MON" or all blanks appear in a data field
me field is treated as if it had not occurred(no data). Otherwise, Table 2
indicates the correspondence of PCS data fields with STORET ANCs.
Table 2. Mapping of PCS Fields onto STORET ANCs.
PCS Fields
Mean i nq
Limits
Measurements
STORET
Concentration, maximum
LCMX
MCMX
K
Concentration, average
LCAV
MCAV
1
Concentration, minimum
LCMN
MCMN
J
Quantity(Load), maximum
LQMX
MQMX
0
Quantity(Load), average
LQAV
MQAV
M
Frequency of analysis
FRAN
RFRQ
T
Concentration units code
LCUC
RCUN

Quantity(Load) units code
LQUC
RUNT
&
For load units(ANC="&") the first five characters of the alphanumeric
version of the units (from PCS Table 180) are inserted into the STORET value
and remark fields.
For concentration units(ANC='.1) the combinations shown in Table 3 appear
in th i s field.
Table 3. The Contents of the STORET Remark and Value Fields for Concentration
Data for Various Combinations of PCS and STORET Units
Relationship Between PCS and STORET Units
Same
Different but PCS units converted to STORET
units
Possibly the same(the text of one system's
units are contained within the text of
the other's)
Different(no conversion)
Not g i ven i n PCS
PCS units code not contained in Table 180
STORET Remark
S
C
D,
N
I
STORET Value
bl anks
blanks
poi nter*
pointer*
bl ank
blank
~The pointer is the address of a character string of length 20 bytes,
containing the PCS comment in positions 1-10 and the STORET comment in
positions 11-20.

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3
The proper cone from Tasle 3 is cnosen as follows:
If no units code is available in PCS, code N is chosen.
If tne units value is not in PCS Table 180, code I is chosen.
If the PCS text from Table 180(either text if there are two) for the
concentration units corresponding to the units code matches The correspond-
ing STORET text(blanks removed from both fields to be compared), code S is
chosen.
If the PCS text is contained in Table 4: code S is chosen if the
conversion factor(Table 4) is 1, and code C otherwise.
If the text of either the PCS or STORET units is contained as a substring
within the other, code P is chosen.
Finally, if no other code has been chosen, code D is chosen.
Table 4. PCS Units Text Strings and Corresponding STORET Strings and Conversion
Factors for which Conversion Factors Have.Been Determined
PCS Text
MG/L
DEG.F
DEG.C
PERCENT
MG/SQMET
MG/L
STORET Text
UG/L
FAHN
CENT
$REM0VE
MG/M2
TOTUG/L
Conv. Factor
(C.F. x PCS = STORET)
1000
1
1
1
1
1000
The values for the various numerical statistics(ANCs) are taken from
the appropriate PCS fields (see Table 2), and multiplied by the appropriate
conversion factor, if any (see Table 4). STORET remarks are encoded
according to Table 5.
Table 5.
STORET and
Corresponding PCS
Value Qualitiers(Remarks)
STORET
Gen-
PCS Code in

Remark
erated
Value Field
Mean ing

from


K

<
Less than
L

>
Greater than
J

E
Estimate
P

T
Too numerous to count

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4
If a parameter is for flow(50050, 00056, 50049, 50048, 50047, 50053, 50051,
74020, 72033, 74069, 72034, 74060, 00058, 00059, 74078), or the PCS units are
ror flow(00, 03, 07, 08, 16, 2A, 78, 8D, 80, 85, 99) then the average and .
maximum flows, reported as quantities(loads) in PCS are changed to concentra'
in STORET.
Pipe "FAC" in PCS is changed to pipe "111" in STORET, and pipe "SUM" is
similarly changed to pipe "888".
Ghost data are retrieved after regular data.
If limits are to be retrieved: PCS elements ELSD and ELED are mapped into the
STORET sample beginning ana ending dates.
If measurements (OMRs) are to be retrieved: The measurement date in the PCS
key(MVK) is used as both the starting and end-ing sample date in STORET. It
either concentration or quantity(load) units are not present in the measure-
ment record, units on a corresponding limits record(one-with a matching PCS
key) are used, preferably when the date range on the limits record includes
the measurement date; any limits record with a matching key will be used
when the search for an appropriate date range is futile.

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A-pP^Oi> B  De-Scn'p-ko*
CU >v\x^5 ir~-^ *P
MONITORING LOCATION CODES
(^V^ALO)
Meaning
Effluent Gross Va'1,.? V.onitoring of the gross effluent from the outfall or
facility.
Effluent Net Value - Monitoring of both the incoming raw wastewater (or
influent) ana the gross effluent for the purpose of determining the net
contribution of the facility to the effluent characteristics (gross effluent
minus influent equals net effluent).
Intake from Public Water Supply - Water obtained from a public water
supply monitored prior to use.
Pretreatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of the effluent from
pretreatment operations prior to primary treatment. These operations
.nclude racks and screens, grit chambers, comminutors, skimming, grease
traps, preaeration, and flocculation employed to improve wastewater
treatability.
Upstream Monitoring - Monitoring of the body of water receiving the
discharge upstream of the discharge point.
Downstream Monitoring - Monitoring of the body of water receiving the
discharge downstream of the discharge point.
Intake from Stream - Water obtained from a stream monitored prior to use.
Other Treatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of the discharge
from any treatment processes not specifically included in any of the other
treatment categories.
Phosphorus, Removal Processing Completed - Monitoring after phosphorus
removal processes, such as chemical precipitation and bacterial
assimilation, are completed.
Disinfection, Processing Completed - Monitoring subsequent to disinfection
with chlorine, ozone, or other compounds.
Prior to Disinfection Process - Monitoring of the wastewater prior to
disinfection processes.
Nitrogen, Removal Processing Completed - Water monitored following
nitrogen removal processes, such as ammonia stripping, nitrification-
denitrification, ion exchange, and chlorination.
5.191
pro*" ^ ^

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D = Advanced (or Tertiary) Treatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of
the effluent from advanced wastewater treatment processes. These
include filtration, distillation, flotation, reverse osmosis, foam
fractionation, freezing, gas-phase separation, land application, carbon
adsorption, ion exchange, denitrification, etc., employed after secondary
treatment.
E = Secondary (or Biological) Treatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of
the effluent from secondary for biological) wastewater treatment
processes, including, activated sludge treatment, trickling filters, aerated
lagoons, and stabilization ponds.
F = Primary (or Preliminary) Treatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of
the effluent from primary (or preliminary) wastewater treatment. The unit
operations and processes used in the primary treatment of wastewater
include sedimentation alone or in combination with chlorination.
G = Raw Sewage (or Influent) - Monitoring of the incoming raw wastewater (or
influent) prior to any treatment.
H = During Manufacturing Process - Water used in the manufacturing process
monitored at some point in the process.
I = Intake from Well - Water obtained from an underground well monitored
prior to use.
J = Intermediate Treatment, Processing Completed - Monitoring of the
effluent from intermediate wastewater treatment. Intermediate
treatment consists of sedimentation plus conventional chemical
coagulation processes with or without chlorination.
K = Percent Removal - Percent removal across the entire treatment train.
L = PiRestor - Monitoring which takes place within the digestor itself.
M = Upstream and Downstream - Monitoring which must be done .both at
upstream and downstream locations.
N = ' In Aeration Unit
0, P = Other - Special monitoring location described in the comments field,
Q, R	printed on the bottom of the DMR form.
S,T
U, V,
w
X = End-Chlorine Contact Chamber - Monitoring which takes place at the end of
the chlorine contact chamber.
Y = Annual Average - Monitoring which is reported as a yearly average.
5.192

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I*	/!
(juast
PAGE 114
220 TYPE OF EFFLUENT WASTE
~TABLE-CD	tTABLE-DESC
0 1
SANITARY
02
NONCONTACT COOLING WATER
03
STORM WATER RUNOFF
04
PROCESS WATER
05
OTHER
06
SANI.COOLING
07
SANI,COOLING,RUNOFF
08
SANI.COOLING,RUNOFF,PROCESS
09
SANI,COOLNG,RUNOFF,PROC.OTH
10
SANI,RUNOFF
1 1
SANI.RUNOFF,PROCESS
12
SANI,RUNOFF,PROCESS,OTHER
13
SANI.PROCESS
14
SANI,PROCESS,OTHER
15
SANI,OTHER
16
COOLING,RUNOFF
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COOLING,RUNOFF,PROCESS
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COOLING,RUNOFF,PROCESS,OTH
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COOLING,PROCESS
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COOLING,PROCESS,OTHER
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NPDES NUMBER - FOR NON-PERMITTED NPDES FAOUTIES
Definition:
A nine-character code used to uniquely iden-
tify a non-permitted NPDES facility.
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
NPID
ALL (ALL)
3-11 (fc-12)
9 (9)
Common Key
No
The first two characters will be a FIP5 alpha
state code. The third character must be a
valid non-permitted NPDES facility code. See
Appendix A, Table ID 320, for the codes and
descriptions. The remaining six characters
comprise a sequence number to be assigned at
the user's discretion.
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NPDES NUMBER - FOR GENERAL PERMITS
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A NPDES number formatted to define the
scope of a general permit, the industrial class-
ification, and a sequence number. This NPDES
may reflect either the permit or a facility
covered by the permit.
NPID
ALL (ALL)
3-11 (4-12)
9(9)
Common Key
No
The first two characters will be a FIPS alpha
state code, an EPA region number, or "HQ" for
a permit covering more than one region. The
third character must be a 'G'. The fourth and
fifth must be a valid general permit industrial
category code (GPCT). The remaining four
characters comprise a sequence numbaMfco be
assigned at the user's discretion.
See Appendix A, Table ID 060, for the generai
permit industrial category codes and descrip-
tions.
May also be retrieved by:
GPLO - Permit Location (Positions 1-2)
GPID - General Permit Indicator (Posi-
tion 3)
GPCT - Industrial Code (Positions <-5)
GPCTD - Description of Industrial Category
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NPDES NUMBER
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A nine-character code used to uniquely identi-
fy a facility.
NPID
ALL (ALL)
3-11 (4-12)
9 (9)
Common Key
Yes
The code is comprised of the two-character
FIPS alpha state code of the state where the
facility is located, a six-digit sequence num-
ber, and a one-character check digit. The
check digit is used to verify that the six-digit
sequence number has been entered correctly.
The facility ID number is not a structured
number, except the state code portion, and no
significance should be attached to the last
seven characters.
Valid values are obtained from PCS User Sup-
port.
Example: IL0000574
See also NPDES Number for General Permits
and NPDES Number for Non-Permitted NPDES
Facilities.
5.202

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RIVER BASIN
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A six-digit field used to identify the river
basin in which the facility lies.
BAS6
3(-A)
27-32 (28-33)
6(6)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes, for the first four positions
Positions 1-4 - Must represent a valid River
Basin Code.
See Appendix A, Table ID 090 for the major/
minor river basin codes and Table ID 100 for
the major river basin codes, for the tables of
valid values.
An additional description of river basin codes
is provided on the following pages.
Positions 5-6 - Free form entry (the presence
of values in Position 1-4 will generate zeros in
Positions 5-6 when left blank).
Retrieval of River Basin Segments:
BAS6 Positions 1-6 - Major/minor river
basin and river segment or sub-basin.
BAS4 Positions 1-4 - Major/minor river
basin only.
BAS2 Positions 1-2 - Major river basin
only.
RSEG Positions 5-6 - River segment or
sub-basin.
BAS4D - The 20-character description
of BAS4. See Appendix A,
Table ID 090, for descriptions.
BAS2D - The 20-character description
of BAS2. See Appendix A,
Table ID 100, for descriptions.
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LATITUDE
Definition:	Latitude describing facility location.
Retrieval Abbreviation:	FLAT
Card Type:	(-C)
Card Columns:	(25-30)
Data Element Length:	(8)
Data Type:	PERMIT-FACILITY
VENDB:	No
Edits:	Must be a 7 digit number followed by an 'N' or
an 'S1. The numeric value is edited for valid
tenths of a second, seconds, minutes and
degrees based upon the code of accuracy.
Must be entered with Longitude (FLON).
Must be entered in a fixed format of degrees,
minutes, seconds and tenths of a second
(DDMMSSTD).
EXAMPLE: k2 degrees North - 4200000N.
5.153

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LONGITUDE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Longitude describing facility location.
FLON
(-C)
(33-fl)
(9)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be an 8 digit number followed by an 'E' or
a 'W'. The numeric value is edited for valid
tenths of a second, seconds, minutes, or
degrees based on the code of accuracy.
Must be entered with Latitude (FLAT).
Must be entered in a fixed format of degrees,
minutes, seconds and tenth of seconds (DDD-
MMSSTD).
EXAMPLE: 42 degrees West - 042000001
5.163

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LATITUDE/LONGITUDE CODE OF ACCURACY
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
Required By Headquarters:
Edits:
Code describing technical accuracy of latitude
and longitude data.
FLLC
(-C)
(42)
(1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be a valid numeric value of 1 through 8
found in the latitude/longitude accuracy code
table:
1	- nearest 10th of a second
2	- nearest second
3	- nearest 10 seconds
4	-.nearest 30 seconds
5	- nearest minute
6	- nearest 10 minutes
7	- nearest 30 minutes
8	- nearest degree
Longitude (FLON) and Latitude (FLAT) must
be present before Code of Accuracy (FLLC)
can be entered.
Longitude (FLON) and Latitude (FLAT) must
match the accuracy specified on the Code of
Accuracy (FLLC) or the code will be rejected.
This is not required when Latitude (FLAT) and
Longitude (FLON) are entered.
The descriptions (24 characters) corresponding
to the accuracy codes may be retrieved by
FLLCD. See Appendix A, Table ID 470, for
the descriptions.
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RIVER REACH NUMBER
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
Storet code describing the facility's location
on river.
REAC
(-C)
(13-24)
(12)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
No edits.
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FACILITY LOCATION NAME
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
Name of entity located at the facility's physi-
cal address.
RNAM
G
12-41
30
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
No edits.
5.106

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FACILITY LOCATION STREET LINE 1
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
The first of two lines of street information in
the location address.
RST1
H(-H)
12-41 (13-42)
30 (30)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
No edits.
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FACILITY NAME
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Typet
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits
The official or legal name used to distinguish
it from similar entities, if any, in the same
geographical area. It is generally the name
appearing on the NPDE5 application form.
FNML
1 and 2
12-71
4 30-character fields
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Available only through the retrieval. The
facility name segments that comprise FNML
are:
NAM1 - First 30 positions
FNMS - First 30 positions (synonym for NAM1)
FNSS - First 8 positions of NAM1.
NAM2 - Second 30 positions
NAM3 - Third 30 positions
NAM4 - Fourth 30 positions
NAM5 - Last 5 positions of NAM^.
Each of the 30 character fields have free form
entry (no edits) and must be updated separ-
ately.
5.112

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CITY NAME
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
The name of the city where the facility is
located. Each city name is defined with its
corresponding city code in the system's city-
state code table.
CYNM
20
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Generated by the system from city code
(CITY) and state code (STTE).
May also be retrieved by:
CYNS - the first 8 characters of CYNM.
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SIC COPE - 1972 FACILITY DESCRIPTION
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
The four-digit code for the principal activity
causing the discharge at the facility as defined
by the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) Manual.
SIC2
3 (-A)
12-15 (13-16)
M4)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must be a valid numeric SIC Code.
See Appendix A, Table ID 140, for the table of
valid values.
The two left-most positions of the SIC code
represent SIC Croup retrieved using (SICG).
SICG helps determine the industry classifica-
tion (INCL) and primary industry category
(INCA).
A description of the SIC Major Groups is
provided on the following pages.
The descriptions (30 characters) corresponding
to the SIC codes may be retrieved by SIC2D.
See Appendix A, Table ID 140, for the descrip-
tions.
5.299

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PERMIT TYPE INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
This field identifies standard permits, general
permits and non-permitted National Pollution
Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) facili-
ties.
PTYP
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Generated by the system from the third posi-
tion of the permit number.
NOTE: PTYP is set equal to 'G' for permit
r umbers with the first two positions (state
code) equal to 'AT' or 'GB'.
The descriptions (11 characters) corresponding
to the permit type indicator codes may be
retrieved by PTYPD. See Appendix A, Table
ID 320, for the descriptions.
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FACILITY INACTIVE CODE
Definition:
.Code which indicates whether the facility is
currently active..
Retrieval Abbreviation:
IACC
Card Type:
C(-B)
Card Columns:
52 (53)
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
VENDB:
Yes
Edits:
Must be one of the following values:
T - Inactive Facility
'A' - Active Facility
Blank - Defaults to 'A'.
T requires the entry of an inactive date
(IADT). See IADT.
Entry of an 'A' blanks the inactive date (IADT)
unless a date is entered. See IADT.
If IACC is being changed from T, entry of an
'A' blanks the major discharge indicator
(MADI) and the major rating code (MRAT).
See MADI and MRAT.
The descriptions (8 characters) corresponding
to the facility inactive codes may be retrieved
using IACCD. See Appendix A, Table ID 270,
for the descriptions.
5.103

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INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION
Definition:
Identifies the industrial classification of a
facility.
Retrieval Abbreviation:
INCL
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Edits:
The system generates the following codes:
P = One of 21 primary industries (deter-
mined from specific SIC codes (SIC2) or
SIC groups (S1CG)).
M = Municipal facilities determined from
SIC code (S1C2) of ^952' and type
ownership (TYPO) of 'PUB'.
S = Secondary facilities (anything that can-
not be primary or municipal facilities).
The descriptions (9 characters) corresponding
to the industrial class codes may be retrieved
by INCLD. See Appendix A, Table ID 075, for
the descriptions.
5.134

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TYPE OF OWNERSHIP
Definition:
A three-digit code describing ownership classi-
fication.
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
TYPO
3 (-A)
33-33 (34-36)
3 (3)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must be a valid Type of Ownership code. See
Appendix A', Table ID 200, for valid values.
The descriptions (7 characters) corresponding
to the type of ownership codes may be re-
trieved by TYPOD. See Appendix A, Table ID
200, for the descriptions.
5.3^0

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RECEIVING WATERS
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
The name of the river, stream, tributary, lake
or other body of water into which the effluent
is discharged.
RWAT
C (-C)
59-7k (it3-77)
35 (35)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
No edits.
5.272

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FACILITY INACTIVE DATE
Definition:
Date on which the facility became inactive or
active.
Retrieval Abbreviation:
IADT
Card Type:
C (-B)
Card Columns:
53-58 (54-59)
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDS:
6(6)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Edits:
Must be a valid date.
Required when Facility Inactive Code (IACC)
is set to T (inactive).
If the facility is reactivated, the system will
automatically initialize this date to spaces
unless a date is entered.
May also be retrieved by:
IAYR - Inactive Year
IAMO - Inactive Month
IAMY - Inactive Month-Year
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MAJOR DISCHARGE INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
Required By Headquarters:
Edits:
A one-character code designating that the
facility has been identified as a major or
minor discharger.
MAD!
3 (-A)
16 (17)
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Any change to the major discharge indicator
(MADI) must be approved and entered by EPA
Headquarters.
Must be a 'M' or a space.
'M' - Major Facility
' ' - Minor Facility.
MADI is system generated for non-municipals
when the major rating code (MRAT) is
updated. See MRAT.
The system automatically converts major fac-
ilities to minor facilities when the status
changes from inactive to active. See Facility
Inactive Code (IACC).
The descriptions (6 characters) corresponding
to the major discharge indicator codes may be
retrieved by MADID. See Appendix A, Table
ID 350, for the descriptions.
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TYPE OF PERMIT ISSUED-EPA/STATE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A one-character code indicating whether EPA
or the state has issued the permit.
EPST
3 (-A)
36 (37)
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must be a valid type permit issued code. See
Appendix A, Table ID 330, lor valid values.
The descriptions (5 characters) corresponding
to the EPST codes may be retrieved by
EPSTD. See Appendix A, Table ID 330, for the
descriptions.
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REISSUED NUMBER
Oelinitioru
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns
Data Element Length:
Data Types
VENDB:
Edits:
The number of times the permit has been re-
issued.
REIS
3 (-A)
56 (37)
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be '0' thru "9' or 'E'.
Code "E" indicates an automatic permit exten-
sion under the provisions of 40 CFR 122.12.
Defaults to *0' if not entered.
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WATER QUALITY UMITS INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A one-character indicator identifying whether
a permit contains water quality based limits.
WQUA
(-C)
(78)
(1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be 'Y' or space.
'Y' - Yes
" - No
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PRIMARY INDUSTRY CATEGORY
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
For facilities whose SIC-Code places them in
the "21 primary industries" group, a descrip-
tion of the industry generated by the system.
INCA
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Generated by system from the proper entry of
the SIC code. These generated values can be
manually overridden as long as the SIC Code
represents one of the 21 primary industries.
The descriptions corresponding to the primary
industry category may be retrieved by INCAD.
See Appendix A, Table ID 070, for the descrip-
tions.


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STATE PERMIT NUMBER
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Up to eight characters available to the state
user to identify or classify its permits.
STNO
(-A)
(39-06)
(8)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
No edits.
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NEW SOURCE/NEW DISCHARGE CODE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
Indicates a new facility with no previous dis-
charge permit.
NEWS
3 (-A)
50-53 (09-50)
2 (2)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be a valid new source code:
N 
NW1
'NO'
EX'
D'
First Digit
D - New Discharge Permit (no New
Source Performance Standard;
permit is based on normal tech-
nology - e.g., BAT, etc.)
N - New Source Permit (facility
commences construction after
promulgation of a New Source
Performance Standard - NSPS)
blank - Standard NPDES Permit
Second Digit
W - Permit relates to Water
Enforcement program
O - Permit relates to other program
areas
Special code of "EX" identifies permits which
are exemptions.
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NEW SOURCE/NEW DISCHARGE DATE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Date new source or new discharge began op-
eration.
NSDT
(-A)
(51-56)
(6)
PERMIT-FACILITY
No
Must be a valid date.
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PRETREATMENT PROGRAM REQUIRED INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
A one-character code which indicates TI the
permitted municipality is required to develop
a pretreatment program.
PRET
(-6)
(79)
(1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
See Appendix A, Table ID 380, for the valid
values and descriptions.
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FEDERAL GRANT INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Used to identify a publicly owned waste treat-
ment plant (POTW) with a SIC code of ^952
which obtained federal grant money to con-
struct. Refer to Office of Water Evaluation
guide for the complete definition.
FDGR
A (-E)
76 (77)
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must be a
The facility must have a SIC Code (SIC2) of
0952' and a Type Ownership (TYPO) of 'PUB'
for FDGR to be entered.
FDGR will return to spaces should SIC Code
(SIC2) or Type Ownership (TYPO) change.
A description (13 characters) for the federal
grant indicator may be retrieved by FDGR.
See Appendix A, Table ID K5f for the descrip-
tion.
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FINAL LIMITS INDICATOR
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
A facility is considered to be on final effluent-
limits when the permittee has completed all
necessary construction to achieve the ultimate
effluent limitation in the permit reflecting
secondary treatment, best practicable control
technology (BPT), best available technology
(BAT), or more stringent limitations, such as
state required limitations or water quality
based limitations, or less stringent limitations
established by a variance or a waiver. Refer
to the Office of Water Evaluation Guide for
the complete definition.
FLIM
3 (-A)
65 (65)
1 (1)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must De an 'F' or space.
F* - Final
A description (6 characters) corresponding to
the final limits indicator may be retrieved by
FLIMD. See Appendix A, Table ID 310, for the
description.
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AVERAGE DESIGN FLOW
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Types
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
The average flow that a permitted facility was
designed to accommodate.
FLOW
(-B)
(66-70)
(5)
PERMIT-FACILITY
Yes
Must be decimal numeric. Leading and trail-
ing spaces or zeroes are accepted.
Expressed in million gallons per day.
Four digits on either side of the decimal point
are acceptable.
5.9

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PIPE DESCRIPTION
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
The free-form description of a pipe (dis-
charge/designator). This field appears on the
preprinted DMR.
PIPE
S (-X)
49-78 <48-77)
30 (30)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
No edits.
5.235

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INITIAL REPORT DATE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
The beginning date of the first reporting per-
iod. This is the .date that collection of DMR
information begins at the facility. This field
is used in conjunction with Report Units
(REUN), Number of Units in Report Period
(NRPU), and Total Number of Reports (NORP)
for forecasting and preprinting DMRs.
STRP
8 (-1)
16-21 (17-22)
6 (6)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
Yes
Required for all new pipe schedules.
Must be a valid date.
May also be retrieved by:
STYR - Initial Report Year
STMO - Initial Report Month
STMY - Initial Report Month-Year
5.137

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PIPE INACTIVE CODE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card'Type:
Card Columns
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
Code specifying the active or inactive status
of the pipe (discharge/designator).
PI AC
9 (-2)
54 05)
1 (I)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
Yes
Must be either 'A' for active or 'F for inactive.
If the Pipe Inactive Date (PIDT) is entered,
the Pipe Inactive Code must also be entered.
Defaults to 'A' if left blank or if changed to
blank.
The descriptions (8 characters) corresponding
to the Pipe Inactive Codes may be retrieved
by PIACD. See Appendix A, Table ID 270, for
the descriptions.
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TYPE OF EFFLUENT WASTE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
The effluent waste type, or types, discharged
from a pipe.
WAST
9 (-2)
52-53 (53-54)
2 (2)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
Must be a valid Type of Effluent Waste code
(see following pages or Appendix A, Table ID
220).
The descriptions (30 characters) corresponding
to the type of effluent waste codes may be
retrieved by WASTD. See Appendix A, Table
ID 220, for the descriptions.
5.337

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PIPE LATITUDE
Definition:	Latitude describing the pipe's location.
Retrieval Abbreviation:	PLAT
Card Type:	(-3)
Card Columns:	(W-49)
Data Element Length:	(S)
Data Type:	PIPE-SCHEDULE
WENDB:	No
Edits:	Must be a seven digit number followed by
either 'N' or 'S'. The numeric portion is edited
for valid 10th of a second, seconds, minutes,
or degrees based on the Code of Accuracy
(PLLC).
5.239

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PIPE LONGITUDE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Longitude describing the pipe's location.
PLON
(-3)
(50-58)
(9)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
Must be an eight digit number followed by
either 'E' or 'W\ The numeric portion is edited
for valid 10th of a second, seconds, minutes,
or degrees based on the Code of Accuracy
(PLLC).
5.2W

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TREATMENT TYPES
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
A series of up to 12 two-digit codes represent-
ing the treatment chain for a given dis-
charge/designator.
TRET
T (-3)
16-39 (17-40)
2k (24)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
Each treatment type must be a valid Treat-
ment Process Type.
See Appendix A, Table ID 190, for the table oi
valid values.
An additional description of treatment pro
cesses is provided on the following pages.
The descriptions (30 characters) corE^Bkadir
to the treatment type codes may be^^J^s
by TRETD. See Appendix A, Table Il^TO), .
the descriptions.
NOTE: TRETD cannot be used in PCS Inquiry.
5.313

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DMR FORM COMMENTS
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
WENDB:
Edits:
Comments displayed on DMR forms.
P1CM
J
17-51
313
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
No edits.
Retrievable in 35 character segments
P1C1
P1C2
PIC 3
PIC4
PIC5
PIC6
PIC7
PICS
PIC9
5.52

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COMPLIANCE SCHEDULE FILE NUMBER
Definition:	The file number, usually a docket number,
used by the regional/state office for a formal
enforcement action that established the com-
pliance schedule.
Retrieval Abbreviation:	CSFN
Card Type:	(-L)
Card Columns:	(36-47)
Data Element Length:	(12)
Data Type:	COMPLIANCE-SCHEDULE
WENDB:	Yes
Edits:	No edits.
5.20

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TYPE OF EFFLUENT WASTE
Definition:
Retrieval Abbreviation:
Card Type:
Card Columns:
Data Element Length:
Data Type:
VENDB:
Edits:
The effluent waste type, or types, discharged
from a pipe.
WAST
9 (-2)
52-53 (53-5<0
2(2)
PIPE-SCHEDULE
No
Must be a valid Type of Effluent Waste code
(see following pages or Appendix A, Table ID
220).
The descriptions (30 characters) corresponding
to the type of effluent waste codes may be
retrieved by WASTD. See Appendix A, Table
ID 220, for the descriptions.
5.337

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01	- Sanitary - Consisting only of used water from restrooms, toilets, showers, and
similar sanitary or comfort facilities.
02	- Noncontact Cooling Water - Water used to reduce temperature which does not
come in contact with any raw material, intermediate, or end product, such as
water used for cooling steam generation, etc.
03	- Storm Water Runoff - Precipitation collected from streets, other paved areas,
roofs, yards, and other property.
04	- Process Water - Water used directly in the manufacturing or municipal
treatment process, which comes in contact with any raw material, intermedi-
ate, or end product. This category includes contact cooling water.
05	- Other - All other types of wastewater not included in any of the above
categories.
The codes below represent all combinations of the above waste types:
06	- Sanitary and noncontact cooling water.
07	- Sanitary, noncontact cooling water and storm water runoff.
08	- Sanitary, noncontact cooling water, storm water runoff and process water.
09	- Sanitary, noncontact cooling water, storm water runoff, process water and
other.
10	-	Sanitary and storm water runoff.
11	-	Sanitary, storm water runoff and process water.
12	-	Sanitary, storm water runoff, process water and other.
13	-	Sanitary and Process Water.
14	-	Sanitary, process water and other.
15	-	Sanitary and other.
16	-	Noncontact cooling water and storm water runoff.
17	-	Noncontact cooling water, storm water runoff and process water.
18	-	Noncontact cooling water, storm water runoff, process water and other.
19	-	Noncontact cooling water and process water.
20	-	Noncontact cooling water, process water and other.
5.338

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\	UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20460
ffey
FEB 2 5 mr	OFFICE OF
 KfOI	WATER
MEMORANDUM
SUBJECT: Analyses and Graphics Examples Using Conversational
and Batch PCS/STORET
//
FROM:	Phillip L. Taylor, Chief	V ""
Water Quality Analysis Branch/ffai-
TO: ^ Frederick D. Leutner, Acting Director
Monitoring and Data Support Division (WH-553)
The PC5/STORET Interface Pilot which is going very well
currently has>4 authorized user ID's for HQ (MDSD & OMPC),
Regions (I, II, IV, V, VIII), States (NY, NJ, PR, VI, IN), and
Interstate (ISC). Discussions I have had with the Regions
indicate a need for graphics and analyses capabilities. The
PCS/STORET interface can provide interactive graphics when using
the STORET BROW procedure and a wide variety of analysis and
mapping options when using STORET in batch. In response to the
regional questions I ran some of the STORET conversational and
batch programs for selected PCS data which are included in the
attached report. From the report I selected seven examples (see
attached) to illustrate some of the existing capabilities.
0 State analysis and summary (batch) - compare and map
1985 vs 1986 BOD discharges for Florida
0 Site specific (conversational) - POTW monthly average
flow 1981 - 86
 Area location mapping (conversational or batch) -
 Facility location map (batch) - 1,353 NPDES facilities
for Indiana
 General Data Summary (batch) - Two summaries for Indiana
showing PCS data base growth (1 million observations as
as of 2/10/87)
8 State analysis and summary (batch) - compare and map
POTW BOD discharges 1985 vs 1986 and map by drainage
area

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- 2 -
 Selected area analysis and summary (batch) - compare an^i
map facility BOD discharges for the White River Basin
and Stream Reaches
I will be working closely with the STORET User Group to
highlight key words and procedures which are important for batch
users.
Attachments
cc: Larry Reed
Philip Lindenstruth

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PROJECTION - AL8ER5 EOUAL AREA
SCALE I<3000000

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IN8824U0
IND0M07147S
PIPE 847
STORET Stfata*
SOUTH BEW MUNICIPAL STP	south
18141 IN	ST JOSEPH
LAKE MICHIGAN	08326U
LH/ST. JOSEPH R.
PCS	/TYPA/HUN/TREATED/OUTFl/PIPE/NONAMB
DEPTH e
INDEX
niLES
PARAMETER
58850 CONDUI	FLOW
NOD
NOSS
33
AVE
30.686
MAX
56.080
hi* BEG-DATE
24.2M ei/ta/3i
END-DATE
86/05/31
68
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30
20
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1083
1094
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1886
1061-1066

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EMriMMum. mnecnoH aknct
STORET SYSTEM
ST JOSEPH RIVER IN T>
SOUTH BEhC AREA
ALL STATIONS
ID smriM location
MBJECTIM - MJDB BUM. FREA
SOU lilMMO

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in
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s
%
eHVIRONHEHTAL PROTECTION ACENCT
STORET SYSTEM
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
ALL. FACILITIES
~ STATION LOCATION
PROJECTION - ALIUS EQUAL AREA
SCALE I*2000000
mm w mm
trtn
MAP OATE 97/02/11

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Indiana PCS Data Summaries - Jan 6 & Feb 10
(Data increase of 33,155 samples & 109,158 observations)
STCBET RETRIEVAL OA+E^87/0I/06
PGHXMVENT
6R03S
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED

STA BEG
STA END
 OF 0BS
 OF Si
<1968
0
0
0
0
1966
0
0
0
0
1969
0
0
0
0
1970
0
0
0
0
1971
0
0
0
0
1972
0
0
0
0
1973
0
0
0
0
1974
42
1
1132
343
1975
61
7
1732
510
1976
9
4
415
72
1977
66
6
2200
712
1976
29
3
815
266
1979
92
5
2991
9S3
1980
189
5
5171
1639
1981
244
9
24416
7281
1982
199
4
22260
6587
1983
397
54
189356
67175
198<
11
175
257302
76814
1985
8
93
261293
78518
1986
6
980
128867
37631
1987
0
7
-610. ^
-^EOa
TOTAL
1353
1353 '
898560
278705
114
TA EMJ-
ERIOO OF RECO IH TVS
.5	<3 >3
1142
a
2
11
2
4
to
1
3
6
92
105
ORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/10
PGH-INVEKT
GROSS
1.356 TOTAL STATIONS .VTFSSrr
3TA END-

STA BE6
STA EM)
 OF OBS  OF SAMPLE =0
<.5
<3
968
0
0
0
0 1140
0
0
968
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
969
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
970
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
971
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
972
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
973
0
0
0
0 0
0
0
974
42
1
1133
342 0
1
0
975
61
7
1732
510 0
7
0
976
9
4
415
72 0
3
1
977
67
7
2233
728 0

1
978
29
3
815
266 0
2
0
979
92
5
2991
957 0
5
0
960
189
5
5178
1643 0
4
0
981
244
6
24431
7276 0
5
0
982
199
4
22397
6598 t
4
0
983
397
51
189337
67164 0
14
21
984
11
162
257426
76867 0
26
101
985
8
66
261509
78631 it
2
23
986
7
1024
237319
70525 b
5
29
987
1
11
802
281 6
1
0
TAL
1356
1356
1007718j (
ill860\ 1140
84
176
ERIOO OF RECO IN YRS

1096

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT"
STORET SYS
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF jg
AVERAGE MONTHLY
POTW
TREND BOD 86+85
50TH PERCENTILES
~	OVER 252 IMPROVEMENT
~	102 TO 252 IMPROVEME
e	UNDER 102 CHANGE
*	102 TO 252 WORSENING
*	OVER 252 WORSENING
PROJECTION - ALBERS E.
SCALE 1 1500C:

SCAte OF HUES
0	30	40
n.v miu fu tacM
NAP OATC t?/Ol/U

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ENVIRONHENTAl PROTECTION AGENCY
STORET SYSTEM
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES (r-
WHITE RIVER
198S BOO
50TH PERCENTILES
a	< s.oooo
e <.0000 10 la.oooa
*	10.0000 TO 17.3000
~	> 17.5000
PROJECTION - A18ERS EQUAL AREA
SCALE 1>1900000

*ckfc-

wu m miu
HAP OATC

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Selected Examples Showina
STORET Analysis and Mapping
Using PCS Data
Mapping (Batch)	Page(s)
c Florida 1986 BOD data and 1985 - 1986 Trend	1-2
#	New York 1986 BOD data and Trend, all	3-4
facilities
 Indiana - Facility location maps	5-7
-	Flow and BOD Data for all facilities	9-10
-	BOD Data for POTW Facilities	11-12
0 White River Basin, Indiana
-	BOD Data for all facilities	13-14
#	Monitoring and Facility location map for
stream reach in vicinity of South Bend	15
Reports and Analysis (Batch)
 Descriptive Paragraph (facility and descriptive	16
data from PCS)
*	Data Report for 5 pollutants	17
#	Summary for all data from one facility	18-20
0 Summary for permit conditions	21
	Summary for DMR monthly averages	2 2
0 Summary for all Facilities in Indiana (1,353)	23-35
0 Statistical Summary for facilities in Elkhart	36-38
and St. Joseph counties
Conversational (including graphics)
0 Description and Data Summary for NPDES facility*	30-40
0 Flow and Phosphorus graphics? time vs concen * 41-4 2
0 Display South Bend POTW & Stream reach **	43
" Display all facilities & monitoring locations	44
and stream reach **
8 Display selected monitoring sites and stream	45-46
reach **
 Water Quality graphs - Temperature & DO*	47-48
* STORET BROW
** WQAB SITEHELP
Report from PCir/CTORET Interactive
Pilot Project Procedure	
49-56

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CNVIROMHCMAl f ROICCT ION A6EHC1
STORET SYSTEM
FLORIDA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES (PROVISION
1986 BOD
SOIH PERCENT TLES
e	 9-3000
O 9-3000 10 It-0000
A It 000 to 32 0000
~	 J?.0000
rnojtcrioN - Aiecus couai ah*
SCAll \* 3000000
C **)")

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CMVIKOMHCNIAl MOttCMWI ACCWCT
STORET SYSTEM
NEW rORK
EXAHPLE USE OF PCS DATA
AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES (PROVISIONAL)
TREND ROD B6-85
50fM PIRCENTILES
^ OVER ?5I r.^RDVFMCXl
~	101 in i31 irroEMtT
e UOE <01 IHANCE
*	101 10 J1 WOISKIHC
0(K 751 vonstumc
poojtcno" - moms (oun ae
SCAI C I7000000
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3T0RET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/10
PW1-MSP,QUAU1AP, ACTUAL . ANCI t PCSONLY ,
NOPOLPLT tBBORDER ,OVERLAP=0 ,CSIZE=0.05,SCALE=3000000,
ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
LT=N0RET.L=24.L-80.L?24,Ls88.L=31 ,L=88,L=31 ,L=80,
IFD"STA=FLt
P=50050.P-3IO,P=66S,
BACKGRN0=STATE3,
HEAD= FLORIOA,HEAD EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA,
HEAD=AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES I PROVISIONAL)>
MSPARM3=BE6IH>M0DELLa6ROUPS4iiCTILE50T=MtSE6=85QlQl-S51231
MODE LR,GROUPSQ, XTILE50T=M, SEG=860101 -0612 31,
PLOTCLEFT!LABEL=1985 FLOMft,
PIOTC.LEFT2,LABEL21985 BOO*.
PLOTC*LEFT3 LABEL=1985 PH03*.
 PLOTC>PIGHTIiLABEL-198& FLOW*,
PLOTC.RICtlT2,LABEL=l986 BOOt,
PLOTC.RIGItT3LABEL=1986 PH03,
ARLT:1L,LATE^R.LABEL=TREND FLOW 06*851,
ARLT^ILrLATE=5R>LABEL1 TREND BOO 8665l,
ARLY = 3L LATE=6R.LABEL-TREND PH03 8685,

./MLG	JOB (AOyilTOPP.^MIR. . inn) .^Tnorr tinrrrv-n. T -rT..
PROICCItO* cmcr
STORET SYSTEM
FLORIDA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DAI A
AVERAGE MONIHLT VALUES (PROVISION
TREND BOD 86*05
SOIH PERCEN1IIES
+ ot ist linuwucii	iV
~	>01 10 MI	2 1
e u*oc ioi chahcc	Jf
~	ioi to JJI nosric	t I
+ OX* SI KOSflC	* f
fnojiciKx - Metns eoum *r
SCALC IJOOOOOO
C*Ml)

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CMViaONHCHTAl PROICCflON ACCNCV
STORET SYSTEM
NEW YORK
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES (PROV1
I 98ft 800
501M PFRCENTILES
B	 45 0000
e 4 0000 TO 01.5000
A 91.5000 10 131.0000
4	> 139.0000
PROJECTION - AlBCRS I0UAL MCA
sent i2000000
3T0QCT RETRIEVAL OATe 67/02/01 - ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
Pfif1nSP,CU*LIUP.ACTUAL.A>CI,PC30NLV
NOPOlPLT.BBOROER,OV|RlAP*0CSIsO.OfSCAlEtOOOOOO,
irO'STAtNY.
pt5B050,P=J10.P*66,
'BACXSPM3:STA?CSB*CX6ffN0CAnjNTT9
HEAO= HEM YORK MAO* EXAKPll USE OF PCS OATA*
MfAO^AVEBAOS MONTHLY VALUES (PROVISIONALI.
ttSPAPn9-eEGlHmOCLLMOUPSQiX1IlESOYH>SC6cfiSOI01*eSIIS!
HOOELR .6ROUP3Q.KTILEJ0TsM.SE6660l 01-6612 51 
PLOTCLEFTI *LABEL51965 FLOUO,
PLOTC*LEFT2LABEL71965 6000,
PLQTC.LEFTS.LA6ELM965 PHOSi,
PtOTC*RI6HTI.LABEL=1986 FLOW,
PLOTCRIGHT2LABEL-1966 BOOS,
PLOTC * RI6HT I,LABEL31966 PM0S9,
TPlOT.EARlY = IL.LAU=4R.LABElaT*EW> FIOM 66*696
TPLOT.EARLY*2LLATE=Sff(ABCL=TR(M) BOO 66*650,
TP10TEARLY=JLLATF*6RLABEL*TREND PH03 66*6St
3T0PMSP.
SIONAL)

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CNVIRONHtNTAL PftOrCCMOW A6CNCT
STORET SYSTEM
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
ALL FACIL11 IES
CD STAlton lOCAttON
PftOJCCflOU - AISCS (OUAl AREA
sent i >3000000
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/11 - ECHO OF 0RI6INAL REQUEST
PGM= LOCPCSONLY >
NOPOLPLT,B0ORDER,OVERLAP=OCSIZE=O.O5>SCALE*?OOOOOO>
IT=N0RE T , L=38, L=A44S,L38, L=S735, L=42. L<>6735. L=42. L=0CtXJNTIES 
HEAO = IHOIANA(HEAD* EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA,
HEAO- ALL FACILITIES.
./WW.	JC3 (MMSTORP,,100),3TORETlNOTIFrcffErTiriF-10,
./	MSGCLASS = A,MSGLEVEL=U.l ),PRTY = 3

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MOJCCMON - A10ERS COUAL ME A
SCALE I*2000000
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gfO'STAMN AH)
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STDRET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/11	PGH=LOC - VERSION OF FEB Z6,m5
FFINEPA
ruaozooio
35
54
30.0
085
09
36.0
1
0
HA5EMTDWN OISP PIT
/
18177
IWJIAHA
HAYNE
EFINEPA
1N0020020
40
13
00.0
OSS
46
00.0
3
0
FRANKTON sue TRT PIT
/
18095
INDIANA
MADISON
EFINEPA
1N0020036
40
30
30.0
086
50
00.0
2
0
BATTLE GROUND UTILITIES
/
18157
INDIANA
TIPPECA
EFINEPA
IN0020044
40
15
30.0
065
41
20.0
2
0
ALEXANDRIA SHG TRMT PIT
/W M
18095
IUJI AHA
IUD1SOH
EFINEPA
IH00200S2
39
SI
00.0
086
48
06.0
1
0
ROACHDALE KUHICIPAL SWfi DEPT/
18133
INDIANA
PUTNAM
EFINEPA
IN0020061
41
19
00.0
087
12
00.0
3
0
HEBRON TOWN OF
/
18127
INDIANA
PORTER
EFIHEPA
IN0020079
39
45
36.0
066
31
30.0
1
0
DANVILLE 5WG TROT PIT
/
18063
UOIIAMA
HENDRIC
EFINEPA
IN0020087
40
04
00.0
065
52
00.0
3
0
LAPEL HUNICIPAL SEWAGE SYSTE/
18095
INDIANA
rtAOISON
EFIHEPA
IN0020095
40
(5
10.0
084
59
20.0
2
0
PORTLAND sue TRMT PLT
/BIT
18075
INDIANA
JAY
EFIHEPA
1N0020109
39
46
20.0
085
45
30.0
2
0
GREENFIELO SWG TRT PLT
/I10
18059
INDIANA
HANCOCK
EFINEPA
IH0020I25
40
52
00.0
086
30
00.0
3
0
ROYAL CENTER SHG TRMT PLT
/
18017
IK) J AHA
CASS
EFIHEPA
IN0020131
39
24
10.0
085
29
10.0
2
0
GREEHSBURG SWG TRT PLT
/S B
16031
IHOIAHA
DECATUR
EFIHEPA
IN0020141
40
32
48.0
006
31
24.0
1
a
FLORA SHS PLT
/
18015
INDIANA
CARROLL
EFIHEPA
IN9020150
40
10
00.0
085
30
00.0
4
0
YORKTOWN SMS TRT PLT
/
16035
INDIANA
DELAMAft
EFINEPA
IN002016S
40
02
20.0
066
01
30.0
2
0
NOBLESVILLE SWG TRT PLT
/197
16057
INDIANA
HAHILTO
EFINEPA
1N0020176
40
45
00.0
086
45
00.0
3
0
HataricELio city of
/
18181
INDIANA
WHITE
EFIHEPA
1N00201S4
39
81
00.0
085
58
00.0
3
0
ED1HBURS SUB TRMT PLT
/
16081
INDIANA
JOHNSON
EFIHEPA
1N0020192
39
17
06.0
086
45
42.0
1
0
SPENCER SEWAGE WORKS
/
16119
INDIANA
OWEN
EFINEPA
IN0020206
40
39
42.0
086
06
06.0
1
0
BUNXER HILL SHS TRHT PLT
/
16103
INDIANA
MIAMI
EFIHEPA
1N0020214
36
50
00.0
086
59
00.0
3
0
00OH SWG TRT PLT
/
16027
INDIANA
DAVIESS
EFINEPA
IN0020222
40
17
30.0
oar
14
48.0
1
0
ATTICA SHS TRHT PLT
/
16045
INDIANA
FOtKTAI
EFINEPA
IH002023I
30
44
42.0
085
04
00.0
1
0
VEVAY SHG TRT PLT
/
16155
INDIANA
9M1TZER
EFINEPA
IN0A20303
39
24
00.0
086
25
40.0
2
0
MARTINSVILLE CITY OF
/
18109
INDIANA
M0R6AH
EFIHEPA
IN0C20338
40
19
0.0
65
30
00.0
3
9
SASrOH SHS TRT PLT
/
18035
INDIANA
OELAMAR
EFINEPA
IN0020346
41
05
10.0
085
00
50.0
2
0
NEW HAVEN SMS TRT PLT
/OLD
18003
INDIANA
ALLEH
EFIHEPA
IN0020354
40
39
48.0
086
14
30.0
1
0
WALTON NST TRT PLT
/
18017
INDIANA
CASS
EFIHEPA
IN0020362
40
59
40.0
085
46
00.0
t
0
NORTH MANCHESTER SMS TRHT
PIVS H
18169
INDIANA
MABASH
EFIHEPA
IN002037I
40
40
e4.a
085
43
18.0
I
0
LAFOMTAINE TOWN OF
/
18169
INDIANA
WABASH
EFIHEPA
1N0020389
39
10
48.0
087
23
42.0
1
0
SNELBURN MTlt POLLUTION
/
1BI53
INDIAHA
3ULL1VA
EFIHEPA
IN0020397
36
40
00.0
ees
47
00.0
3
0
SCOTTSBURG SWG TRHT PLT
/ran
18143
INDIANA
SCOTT
EFIHEPA
2NO02O401
39
51
40.0
086
26
00.0
1
0
PITTSBORO SMS TROT PLT
/
18063
INDIANA
HENDRIC
EFIHEPA
IN0020419
3ft
tt
00.0
085
38
00.0
3
0
BELLERSBUR6 OISPOSAL PLT
/316
18019
INDIANA
CLARK
EFIHEPA
IH0020427
41
ce
00.0
086
06
00.0
3
0
BREMEN SMS TRHT PLT
/N R
18099
INDIANA
MARSHAL
EFIHEPA
IH0020435
3 8
02
30.0
087
24
00.0
t
0
CHANDLER SMS TRMT PLT
/
18173
INDIANA
MARR2CX
EFIHEPA
ING020443
40
11
4t.O
066
40
00.0
1
0
COLFAX SMS TRHT PLT
/
18023
INDIANA
CLINTON
EFIHEPA
1N0020451
38
89
0.0
085
37
10.0
2
0
NORTH VERHOM SMS TRT PLT
/ERE
18079
INDIANA
JEHNIH9
EFIHEPA
1N0020460
30
te
36.0
086
16
30.0
1
0
MLLTOHM SHS TOT PLT
/
16025
IHDIAHA
CftAMFOR
EFIHEPA
IN0020476
41
39
30.0
069
24
30.0
2
0
LASRANEE SHS TRT PIT
/
1B067
INDIAHA
LA8RANS
EFINEPA
inoomei
41
42
20.0
066
30
00.0
2
0
NEM CARLISLE HST HTR TRT PLT/
18141
INDIAHA
*T JOSE
EFINEPA
IH0020506
38
25
00.0
085
40
00.0
3
0
CHARLESTONS SUG DEPT
/LAM
16019
INDIAHA
CLARK
EFIHEPA
IH0020516
41
03
06.0
086
36
24.0
I
0
MINIMAC SMS TRT PLT
/
18131
INDIANA
PULASKI
EFIHEPA
1H0020524
40
OS
18.0
087
04
00.0
1
0
MAYNETDHN SWG TRT PLT
/
ISI07
INDIAHA
tlOHTKH
EFINEPA
INQ020532
40
25
00.0
066
16
lt.0
1
0
RUSS1AVILLE SU6 TRMT PLT
/
18067
INDIANA
HOWARD
EFIHEPA
IN0020541
41
It
00.0
069
44
00.0
3
0
PIERCETQH SUG TRHT PLT
/
16085
INDIANA
ROSCIUS
EFIHEPA
1MQ020559
40
37
00.0
065
30
00.0
3
0
VAN fiVUCS SUB TUT PLT
/
16053
IteiAMA
GRANT
EFIHEPA
IN0020567
41
05
00.0
085
37
00.0
3
0
SOUTH WHITLEY SMS TRHT PLT
/6D0
18183
XMUAMA
MtlTLET
EFIHEPA
IM0Q20575
39
01
00.0
087
09
oo.o
3
0
LINTON MUNICIPAL HSTWT* TRTW/
18955
INDIANA
SREENE
EFINEPA
IN002060S
36.
OA
40.0
086
54
20.0
3
0
SANTA CLAM SMS TRHT PLT
/
18147
IM) I ANA
SPENCER
EFIHEPA
IN0020613
3d
16
40.0
085
46
00.0
I
0
CLARKSVILLE-SOUTH
/B05
18019
IWIANA
CLARK
EFINEPA
IM0020621
38
20
00.0
085
47
40.0
I
0
CLARKSVILLE-HORTH
/BLA
18019
I Ml I ANA
CLARK
EFINEPA
IN0020630
40
11
30.0
086
21
42.0
1
0
KIRK LIN SMS PLT
/
16023
1WIAHA
CLINTON
CFlHEPt
JH0020648
38
13
30.0
086
51
42.0
1
0
FERDINAND SWS^^yLT
/
160S7
UOIAKA
OUBOIS
EF1NH
M0020656
41
26
00.0
065
15
00.0
3
0
KEHDALLVILLE^^Bt PLT
/U M
18113
INDIANA
NOBLE
EFI|
bO? 0664
41
21
48.0
065
14
16.0
1
0
AUSTIN sws tr^^B
/
18113
If I AHA
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41
21
50.0
033
03
00.0
2
0
AUBURN SUG THhWTt
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16033
INDIANA
DE KALB
EFIN" '
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39
33
06.0
084
55
36.0
1
0
LIBERTY SHG f
/
18161
INDIANA
UNION
ft!!.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT:'
STORET SYS
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PC
AVERAGE MONTHLY V;
1985 FLOW
50TH PERCENTILES
o	< 0.C
e 0-0149 TO 0-'
*	0.1328 TO 0.7
~	 C. 7
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INDIANA
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AVERAGE MONTKU^.VA.
1985 BOD
50TM PERCENT^W
o	- 5-4C.
a 5.4000 TO 9.9C'
 9.9000 TO 17.5C
~	> 17.5C.
PROJECTION - ALSEFE E;
SCALE U150CC.
SCALE OF WU!
0	30	<0
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8T0RET 8ETPIEVAL DATE 67/01/1* - ECHO OP ORIGINAL lEOUEST
PGM=MSP,QUAUUP, ACTUAL,ANCI,PC30NLY,
NOPOLPLT,BBORDER,OVERLAP=0,CSHE0.07,SCALEel500000,
LT'NORET. L-Jfl, L=<*5iL=J6. L6735 , L=<2 ,L*6735, L=*2, L=6*
IFD=STA=IN,PC30NLY,
P50050.P=310,P=665,
BACK6RND =STATES. BACKGRWCATUNITS.
MEAO= INDIANA.HEAOs EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA.
HEADsAVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES (PROVISIONAL).
NSPARHSsBEGIN.MODE LL. 6R0UPSQ. /TTZLE50TH, SEG650101 -651
MODELR,CTOUPS5R.UBELTREe BOO 665*.
TPLOT,EARLY3L,UTEs6R,UBELsT)IEND PHOS 66*65*.
STOPHSP,
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT'.:
STORET SYS"
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCZ
AVERAGE MONTHLY Vr.
TREND BOD 86-85
50TH PERCENTILES
~	OVER 25X IMPROVEMENT
~	102 TO 25Z IMPROVEME'
e UNDER 10Z CHANGE
 101 TO 25 worsen is:-
+ OVER 2SX WORSENING
PROJECTION - ALBERS z:
SCALE I '5CC:
4.2.
11
ilz-
scalc or Btit!
0	20	C
U i; NU(l PU lie
UP QMC 17/OVM
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT
STORET SYS
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF Fi
AVERAGE MONTi*|kV-
POT w
1986 BOD
50TH PERCENTTffs
b	 5?;
e 5.9000 TO )I.c:
*	11.0000 TO 21 . r
~	> 2i-c;
PROJECTION - albers e:
SCALE msec.
>cic or nKCJ
o	:c	 UlCI U lien
0*11 |7/0l/t|

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/01/16 - ECHO OF 0RI6XNAL REQUEST
P6t1sHSP,RUAU1AP.ACTUAL.ANCI .PCSONLY,
NOPOLPLTBBORDERiOVERLAPsOtCSIZEs0.07tSCALE31500000.
LTsNORET, L=. LB4*5, L5, L*0735. L4t, L*735. L2, L=6v-
IFDSTAIN AMI FSl95t,PCt9HlT,
P50050.P=310,Ps665,
BACXGRND'STATES. 8ACKGRNDCA1UfTILE30T,SE6"50101-A5l;
rCOELR,6ROUPSQ,XTILE50T=M,SE68660101-6U31,
PL0TC.LEFT1,LABEL1W5 FLOW*.
! PL0TCLEFTtLABELlW5 BOO I.
PL0TCLEmLABEL1963 mOS*.
PL0TC,RIGHT1,LABEL1W4 FLOW.
PLOTC.RIGHTS. UBEL'ttM BOO*.
PL0TC.RISHT3.UBEL1966 mOM.
TPL0T.EARLY1L.UTES4R,LABELTSEM) FLOW
TPL0TEARLY>iL> LATESR  LABEL*TREM) BOO U*tM,
TPLOT>EARLYOL>LATf>6RLABEL*TREM) PHOS MM.
rropnsp.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT"
STORET SYS
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF F:
AVERAGE MONTHLY V-
POTW
TREND BOD 86-85
50TH PERCENTILES
~	OVER 25Z IHPROVErti;.-
~	10S TO 25X IMPROVE"!
a UNDER 1OZ CHANGE
. 10S TO 252 WORSES'.-..
+ OVER 252 WORSENING
PROJECTION - ALBERS E.
scale i)so;:

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.
s
environ ncMAi motcction kect
STORET SYSTEM
INDIANA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS DATA
TREND bod 6es
50TH PERCENTILES
^ 0*W 231 IWROVCnCMT
~	10X TO 3SZ IfTROV
o UVOEft 10X 6MANCC
~	102 TO 292 WOMEN,
~	OVER 232 VOHSENIhC
projection
SCALE t>300000
as)
ALSCftS COUAl a*EA
m# WW m im
W DATE $r/0wt4
II

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.
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 07/01/16 - ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
PGHHSP,QUALfttP,ACTUAL,ANCI,PCSONir,
NOPOLPLT,BBGROERiOVERLAPb0,CSI2EsO.O5iSCALE-15000S0,
LT=H:RET.l=M.L=ft^5, L=3A,Lb6735, L42 ,L=fl735, L=42.
HUCOOE-O51202i
P=5005Q,P=J10,P=64S,
BACK6RND=STATES,BACKGRND*CAT\JNITS,BACK6itNDEREA01ES >
HEADS INDIANA,HEADS EXAMPLE USE OF PCS OATA,
HEAD'AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES tPROVISIONAL),
HEAD= WHITE RIVE3,
KSPARKSsBSGIN,HOOELLGROUPSQ JTriLE50T=M, SES=50101-6i
HODEW,GROUPSQ,5!TILSOTH.SeGa60m-661231,
PLOTC,LEFT!,LABELS1965 PLOHV,
PLOTC LEFT2, USE L*1985 BOOt,
PLOTC,LEFTS,LABEL*1965 PHOS,
PLOTC>RIGHT1,LABEL*1966 FLOMt,
! PLOTC,RI6HT2,LABEL19M 8209.
PLOTC,RIGHTO,LABEL*19B6 PHOSt,
TPL0T.EARLT1L.UTE4B,LABEL*TI(EM) FUOU (6t5t,
TPLOT,EARLTs2L,UTE5R,LABELBTREND BOO 86*65*,
TPL0T,EAftLY*K,LATE=6R,UBELTRE>C PHOS 66*65*,
STOPMSP.
OWMMWAL PKOTCCTISK :
STGRET SYSTEi".
1MDUNA
EXAMPLE USE OF PCS OAT'
AVERAGE MONTHLY VALUES
WHITE RIVER
19BS BOO
J07H PERCENTILES
D	" t.SMO Mb1)
 4-9006 TO 10 OCOC / "*
* 10.0000 to ir.sooo	(7k>)
4	 1 r  3000	(h)
PROJCCriON - ALSCftS touil	AP.
ICAit tt*QQ09C
Mill m mu
HAf OATC lf/01/ll
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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/11
DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH
IH0025755	1ND096646136
PAGE: 1
/TYPA/fflJN/TPEATED/OUTFL/PIPE/N
GOSHEN MUNICIPAL STP
16039 IN
LAKE MICHIGAN
U1/ST. JOSEPH R.
PCS
G03HE
ELKHART
063209
0000 FEET DEPTH
DESCRIPTION
DATA FROM PCS - 670211 SIC IS 4952 CITY IS GOSHEN
PERMIT TYPE ? FAC STATUS A 000000 IND. CLASS. M TYPE OWNERSHIP P
REC. HATER IS ELKHART RIVER	DISCHARGER TYPE M
EPA OR STATE PERMIT S ?	REISSUED CODE 1 HQ LIMITS ?
PRI. IND. CAT. ?	NEM SOURCE/DISCH. ? 000000 PRETREAT REQ. ?
FED. GRANT IND. ? FINAL LIMITS CODE F AVG DESIGN FLOM(MGO) ?
P001A MUNICIPAL STP	641001 INA A 000000 EFF 10
LAT ?	LON ?	TRE 1T1M1L1U3A1U2C2F5H5P4A
SEE PERMIT FOR MORE INFORMATIO BOOS. TSS, AND PHOSPHOROUS REQ
ENTS.	FECAL COLIFORM AND CHLORINE LI
IONS ARE IN EFFECT FROM APRIL	OCTOBER 31.
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/11 - ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
POM-RET,PRT=PAR,
PCSONLY >A=PCS,S=IM0025755,
./MM	JOB (A0215T0PP,,100.STORET,NOTIFY*m,TIME = ( ,30),
/	rvFl.ri o.O ) ,pnTY=
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STOfrff *FtfJCVAt OATt BT/01/05	PGHRtT
/TVPA/HUN/TMEA7fO/OUTFL/P JPE/W
PAGE &
IN0025755	]N09O646136
GOSHEN MUNICIPAL STP	GOSHE
18039 1N	FLKHAHT
LAA* HICMIGAN	00320*
LM/ST. JOSfcPH .
PCS
0000 feet depth
da re
FWOH
TO
TINE
OF
OAV
MEDIUM
SHK
OR
DEPTH
(fTI
50050
CONQUIT
FLOW
NGO
00310
BOD
S DAY
HG/L
flEGlN PIPE- 
79/09/01 PCS
CPIO- CM
Hit
AC
LC
HC
AL
HL
FA
v I
OEWrPf>LCC-SES-M0D-OUP
WAtER
A5100
01/01
LBS/O
30.0
*5.0
1251.0
1874.5
05/07
64/09/30
63/01/31
CPIV>-
03/01/31
93/04/30
CPtV)-
63/04/30
R3/D7/3I
CPlVl -
PCS
c
AC
LC
HC
AL
HL
FA
pes
CH
AC
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HC
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fa
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AC
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HC
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WATER
3%?00
3*100
01/01
11*0
4*0
55*0
*50-0
1605.0
05/07
OFS-TVPC-LOC-SES-MOO-OUP ASIOO
WATER
3,900
5.700
01/01
172.0
05.0
J20+0
|47Q,0
05/07
DES -TVPE-4. OC- S ES-NOD-DUP
WATER
A5IOO
LBS/D
172.0
4*.0
275,0
256.0
041.0
05/07
4.000
4.600
00400	0Q530
PH RESIOUE
TOT NFLf
su
6.00
0* 00
10/30
.00
	00
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05/07
7.00
7.70
05/07
HQ/l
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1077
05/07
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05/07
101
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212
61
05/07
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390
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2.000
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05/07
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200
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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/11
PGM=INVENT
/TYPA/MUN/TREATED/OUTFL/PIPE/N
PARAMETER	MEDIUM	RMK
00310 BOD 5 PAY MG/L MATER
TXT
TOT
00400 PH	SU	HATER
00530 RESIDUE TOT NFLT	MG/L	HATER
00665 PHOS-TOT	MG/L P HATER
00720 CYANIDE CN-TOT	MG/L	HATER
01027 CADMIUM CD.TOT	UG/L	HATER
01034 CHROMIUM CR.TOT	UG/L	HATER
01042 COPPER CU.TOT	U6/L	HATER
01051 LEAD PB.TOT	UG/L	HATER
01067 NICKEL NI,TOTAL	UG/L	HATER
01092 ZINC ZN.TOT	UG/L	HATER
50050 CONDUIT FLOW	MGO	HATER
50060 CHLORINE TOT RESO	MG/L	HATER
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
OO
IN0025755	IND096646136
PAGE: i
STP	GOSHE
ELKHART
0Q3209
GOSHEN MUNICIPAL
18039 IN
LAKE MICHIGAN
LM/ST. JOSEPH R.
PCS
0000 FEET DEPTH
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BEG DATE
END DATE
182
342.8000
219400.0
468.4000
1876.5
.0
79/09/01
86/09/30
112
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
86/09/30
294
212.2100
163340.0
404.1500
1876.5
.0
79/09/01
86/09/30
78
6.629400
3.991000
1.997800
9.00
.00
79/09/01
66/09/30
70
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
86/09/30
148
3.493900
13.12000
3.622200
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.00
79/09/01
86/09/30
180
328.0700
246730.0
496.7200
2495
0
79/09/01
66/09/30
111
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
66/09/30
291
202.9300
177770.0
421.6300
2495
0
79/09/01
86/09/30
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2.058300
79.63800
8.924000
93.000
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79/09/01
86/09/30
109
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TEXT
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79/09/01
86/09/30
219
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40.88300
6.394000
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79/09/01
86/09/30
1
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.100
84/10/01
64/10/01
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
84/10/01
64/10/01
3
.0333330
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.100
84/10/01
64/10/01
1
50.00000


50
50
64/10/01
64/10/01
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
84/10/01
64/10/01
3
16.66700
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50
50
64/10/01
64/10/01
1
500.0000


500
500
64/10/01
64/10/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/10/01
64/10/01
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166.6700
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500
500
64/10/01
64/10/01
1
150.0000


150
150
64/10/01
84/10/01
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64/10/01
64/10/01
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64/10/01
64/10/01
1
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100
100
64/10/01
64/10/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/10/01
64/10/01
3
33.33300
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100
100
64/10/01
64/10/01
1
500.0000


500
500
64/10/01
64/10/01
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/10/01
84/10/01
3
166.6700
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500
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64/10/01
64/10/01
1
1000.000


1000
1000
64/10/01
64/10/01
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/10/01
64/10/01
3
333.3300
.0000000
.0000000
1000
1000
64/10/01
64/10/01
74
4.364200
17.84600
4.224400
39.000
.000
63/01/31
66/09/30
77
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
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79/09/01
66/09/30
151
2.138700
13.47600
3.671000
39.000
.000
79/09/01
06/09/30
32
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.1342300
.3663700
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79/09/01
66/09/30
32
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
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79/09/01
66/09/30
64
.2167200
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.3372900
1.30
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79/09/01
86/09/30

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/02/11
PGM=INVEHT
/TYPA/MUN/TREATEO/OUTFL/PIPE/N
PARAMETER	MEDIUM	RMK
71900 MERCURY HG,TOTAL UG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
74055 FEC COLI PERMIT GENERAL HATER
TXT
TOT
91010 BOO5 REMOVAL PERCENT HATER
TXT
TOT
81011	SUS SOL REMOVAL PERCENT HATER
TXT
TOT
81012	TOTAL P REMOVAL PERCENT HATER
TXT
TOT
PA6E: e
IN0025755 IND098646136
GOSHEN MUNICIPAL STP	60SHE
16039 IN	ELKHART
LAKE MICHIGAN	003209
LM/ST. JOSEPH R.
PCS
0000 FEET DEPTH
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BEG DATE
END DATE
1
4.000000


4.0
4.0
64/10/01
64/10/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/10/01
64/10/01
3
1.333300
.0000000
.0000000
4.0
4.0
64/10/01
64/10/01
23
90.45700
16502.00
136.0200
400
2
79/09/01
66/09/30
30
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
86/09/30
53
39.25500
9676.400
99.36000
400
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79/09/01
86/09/30
1
65.00000


65.0
65.0
79/09/01
79/09/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
79/09/01
3
26.33300
.0000000
.0000000
65.0
65.0
79/09/01
79/09/01
1
65.00000


65.0
85.0
79/09/01
79/09/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
79/09/01
3
28.33300
.0000000
.0000000
65.0
65.0
79/09/01
79/09/01
1
60.00000


60.0
60.0
79/09/01
79/09/01
2
TEXT
TPXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/09/01
79/09/01
3
26.66700
.0000000
.0000000
60.0
60.0
79/09/01
79/09/01

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/11
1 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
GROSS
PAGE:
3





STA
END-PERIOD
OF RECO
IH YRS

STA BEG
STA END
 OF OBS
 OF SAMPLE
=0
<.5
<3
>=3
<1960
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1968
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1769
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1970
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1971
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1972
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1973
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
197*
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1975
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1976
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1977
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1978
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1979
1
0
41
11
0
0
0
0
1980
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1981
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1902
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
198 J
0
0
227
92
0
0
0
0
1984
0
0
285
65
0
0
0
0
1985
0
0
387
90
0
0
0
0
1986
0
1
313
72
0
0
0
1
1987
0
0
0
0
o 
0
0
0
TOTAL
1
1
1253
330
0
0
0
1
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/11 - ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
PGH=INVENT, A=PCS.PCSONLY.
S=IN002575S.
./MLG	JOB I A021STORP,Sm.6,,1001,STORET,NOTIFr=PLT,TIHE=( .151,
./	MSGCLASS=A,NSGLEVEL=I 1.1l,PRTY=
("ROUTE PRINT MOLD
INCLUDED PCS I-
O

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STQftET RETRIEVAL DATE 67/01/05
1 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSEO
PSMINVENT
wnss
P*6F :

PARAMETER

MEDIUM
RMK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN OEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BEG
00310
BOO
5 DAT
MG/L
WATER

a
*00.6300
721*80.0
0*9.*000
1076.5
30.0
79/0





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30.0
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PH

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T.500000
3.000000
1.732100
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TEXT
TEXT
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8
3*750000
IT.35700
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TOT NFLT
NG/L
WATER

B
900.A300
721*00.0
0*9.4000
10TT
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79/fi





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6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
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1077
30
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Z
1.000000
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TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
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PERNIT
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A
300.0000
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TEXT
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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/05
I TOTAL STATIONS processed
PGMINVENT
GROSS

STA BEG
STA ZHO
 of oes
 OF Sample
*0
<1968
n
0
0
0
0
196ft
0
0
0
0
Q
] 969
0
0
0
0
0
1970
0
0
0
0
0
1*71
0
0
0
0
0
1972
0
0
0
0
0
1973
0
0
0
0
0
197*
0
0
0

0
] 975
0
0
0
0
0
J976
0
0
0
0
0
|977
0
0
0
0
0
1976
0
0
0
0
0
1979
1
0
4}
11
0
19*0
0
0
0
fl
0
1901
0
0
0
0
0
196?
0
0
0
0
0
19B3
0
0
0
0
0
1944
0
I
3 2
6
0
1915
0
0
0
0
0
1966
0
0
0
0
0
19R7
0
0
0
0
0
TOTAL
1
1
73
19
0
STA ENO-PERtOD OF PECO IN rRS
<5	3	3
0	0	0
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0	0	0
0	0	0
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0	0	0
0	0	0
0	0	0
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0	0	0
ooo
0	0	1
STORET retrieval DATE 8T/01/05 - ECHO Or ORIGINAL REQUEST
PGHINVFNT.^P.A*PCS.SIN002S75S.CONO.
3-1

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STOMET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/0S
1 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PG*sINVENT
GMOSS
PAGE:
STA END-PERIOD OF RECO IN TRS
STA BEG STA END  OF 08S  OF SAMPLE aO	.b	<3	3
0	0	0	0	0	0
U	0	0	0	0	0
u	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
o	o	o	o	o	o
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
0	0	0	0	0	0
3S	14	0	0	0	0
31	T	o	0	0	0
61	12	0	0	0	0
25	S	0	0	0	1
0	0	0	0	0	0
152	38	0	0	0	1
<1968
0
0
196b
0
0
1969
0
0
1970
0
0
1971
0
0
1972
0
0
1*73
0
0
1974
0
0
197b
0
0
1976
0
0
1977
0
0
1976
0
0
1979
0
0
I960
0
0
1901
0
0
1982
0
0
1983
1
0
19b*
0
0
196$
0
0
1986
0
1
198?
0
0
TOTAL
1
\
SIORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/05	PGM
1 TOTAL stations prgcesseo
GROSS	H0:
PARAMETER
00310
BOD
S DAY
MG/L
ATCR
00*00
PH

SU
WATER
00b30
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
WATER
00665
hhos-tot

NG/L P
WATER
SVUbO
CONDUIT
flow
MGD
WATER
50060
CHlOfciNC
TOT PESD
G/c
WATER
7*USS
fC COLI
PERMIT
GENERAL
WATER
MEDIUM
RMK number mean VARIANCE
32 66*87500 5926.200
T 6*157100 7.376300
32	82.59400 11239.00
33	3.757600 256.9900
33 3.*68200 .7818600
6 .1333300 .0186670
9 2.755600 2.040300
STAN OEV	MAXIMUM
76.99500	226.0
2.715900	7.30
106.0100	329
16.03100	93.000
.8842300	4.600
.1366300	.30
1.426400	6
MINIMUM
5.0
.00
6
.300
.000
.00
2
BEG OATE Eno
6J/01/31 86/0
83/01/31
83/01/31
63/01/31 86/0
83/01/31 So/i.
64/03/31 6o/u
64/08/31 86/0
6/C
86/0
m
[ET RETRIEVAL OATE 87/01/05 - ECmO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
^VENT.SP.A.PCS.S.IN00257S5.ACTUAL.ANCI.	OUEST
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FOLLOWING IS A RETRIEVAL OF DATA FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL PPOTECTION AGENCY'S STORET SYSTEM,
A DATABASE OF SAMPLING SITES AND THEIR ASSOCIATED QUALITY DATA. THE INFORMATION MAS
RETRIEVED USING SPECIFIC STORET INSTRUCTION SETS IN COMBINATION TO SELECT ONLY THE 0ATA
REQUESTED FOR THIS RETRIEVAL. BRIEF EXPLANATIONS OF THE INSTRUCTION SETS ARE INCLUDED BELOW.
QUESTIONS MAY BE OIRECTEO TO THE STORET USER ASSISTANCE SECTION AT
C 202 > 3-82-7220 OR (600) 42'-90<>7.
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- ~?8,?>r si"f>h
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ON EACH PA6E OF THE RETRIEVAL UNLESS STATION AGGREGATION HAS PERFORMED

STATION TTPE
Driver hile index
STA. OEPTH
STATION NUM8ERCS)
LATITUDE/LONGITUDE PHECI3I0H CODE
STATION LOCATION
STATE/COUNTY CODE STATS NAME COUNTY NAME
MAJOR BASIN NAME MAJ/MIN/SUB BASIN CODE
MINOR BASIN NAME
AGENCY CODE HYDROLOGIC UNIT COOES
STA. STOREO DATE ARCHIVE CUSS CSN-RSP
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RETRIEVAL PROGRAM
PGM=INVENT
THIS IS AN INVENTORY RETRIEVAL SHOHING SUMMARY STATISTICS FOR ALL PARAMETERS
NO BEGINNING DATE HAS REQUESTED -- STORET ASSUMED THE BFGINNING DATE MAS THAT OF THE OLDEST DATA VALUE FOUND
NO ENniNG DATE HAS REQUESTED -- STORET ASSUMED THE ENDING DATE HAS THAT OF THE MOST RECENT DATA VALUE FOUND
STATION SELECTION HAS BY:
AGENCY CODr(S) AND STATION NUMBER!S) FOR THE FOLLOWING AGENCY!S):
PCS
STATIONS SELECTED Wr7C RESTRICTED TO:
AGENCIES WHOSE DATA HAS NOT BEEN 'RETIRED'
CONTACTS FOR AGENCY COOES RETRIEVED:
AGENCY	PRIMZUY CCNTACT NAME	ORGANIZATION	PHONE NUMBER!SI
PCS	NOT IN SYSTEM *
OATA RESTRICTIONS:
""N'OTE**
NO DEPTH INDICATOR RESTRICTION MERE SPECIFIED - COMPUTATIONS MILL
BE PERFORMED WITHOUT REGARD TO DEPTH INDICATORS
"NOTE"*
NO GRAB/COMPOSITE RESTRICTIONS WERE SPECIFIED. SO BOTH GRAB AND COMPOSITE SAMPLE TYPES MAY HAVE
BEEN INCLUDEO - COMPUTATIONS HILL BE PERFORMED HITHOUT REGARD TO SAMPLE TYPE
*NOTE
NO COMPOSITE SAMPLE RESTRICTIONS HERE SPECIFIED - COMPUTATIONS HILL INCLUDE STATISTICAL FEATURES OF
THE C0HP0S1TIN5 PROCESS. PR00UCIN6 VALID RESULTS ONLY HHEH SOPHISTICATED COMPOSITES ARE NOT ENCOUHTERED.
SPECIFY COMPOSITE HANDLING KEYWORDS "ANC" AND/OR "DSROC" IF NEEDED
PROGRAM SPECIFIC KEYWORDS:
INVENT:
INDIVIDUAL STATION SUMMARIES HERE SUPPRESSED IINSTEAO, INDIVIDUAL STATION SUMMARIES MERE A66REGATED INTO ONE GROSS SUtfURY)
END OF SUMMARY SECTION
-Q
STOPFT RETRIFVAL DATE 87/01/06
p>;m u.'vt*sp.a*pcsb=p.
- ECHO OF ORIGINAL RE9UFST

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
GROSS
STA EHO-PERIOD OF RECO IN YRS

STA BEG
STA END
 OF OBS
 OF SAMPLE
= 0
< .5
<3
>= 3
<1968
U
0
0
0
1142
0
0
0
1968
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1969
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1970
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1971
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1972
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1973
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 974
42
1
1132
343
0
1
0
0
1975
61
7
1732
510
0
7
0
0
1976
9
4
415
72
0
3
1
0
1977
66
6
2200
712
0
4
1
1
1978
29
3
815
266
0
2
0
1
1979
9Z
5
2991
953
0
5
0
0
1980
lfl'l
5
5171
1639
0
4
0
1
1981
24'.
9
24416
7281
0
8
0
1
1982
199
4
22260
6587
0
4
0
0
1983
397
5'.
189356
6717S
0
14
23
17
198'
11
175
257302
76814
0
26
no
39
1985
8
93
261293
78518
0
3
26
64
1986
6
980
128867
37631
0
7
47
926
1987
0
7
610
204
0
0
0
7
TOTAL
1353
1353
698560
278705
1142
88
208
1057

PAGE

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06	PGM=JNVENT	PAGE:
GROSS
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED

PA9AMETER

MEOILM
RflK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN OEV MAXIMUM
MINIMUM

END DATE
00010
WATER
TEMP
CEMT
HATER

3151
18.19300
132.7900
11.52400
160.0
.0

06/05/31





TXT
2583
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

07/07/01





TOT
5734
9.997500
154.9100
12.44600
160.0
.0

07/07/01
00011
HATER
TEMP
FAHM
WATER

14810
65.91600
6402.800
80.01800
6804.0
.0

06/05/31





TXT
12280
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

07/07/01





TOT
27090
36.03600
4577.100
67.65400
6804.0
.0

07/07/01
00015
THERMAL
MILLION
BTU/HOUR
HATER

184
976.9300
1296000
1138.400
5211
0

02/03/31





TXT
141
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

02/03/31





TOT
325
553.0900
967160.0
983.4400
5211
0

02/03/31
00018
OT FROM
MATUSAL
FAHR
HATER

2
2.000000
.0000000
.0000000
2.0
2.0

70/01/01





TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

70/01/01





TOT
4
1.000000
.0000000
.0000000
2.0
2.0

70/01/01
00056
FLOW
RATE
GPO
HATER
TXT
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

64/12/10
00060
STREAM
FLOW
CF3
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

03/05/01
00061
STREAM
FlOMi
INST-CFS KATEP
TXT
0
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

06/11/01
00080
COLOR
PT-CO
UNITS
HATER

2
39.00000
882.0000
29.69900
60
10

00/01/31





TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

06/01/31





TOT
4
19.50000
801.0000
28.30200
60
10

06/01/31
00150
RES TOT
NFLT
LB/O/CFS
MATER

1
00.80000


00.80
00.00

76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

76/11/01





TOT
4
20.20000
.0000000
.0000000
00.80
00.00

76/11/01
00151
NH3-N

LB/O/CFS
HATER

1
S.100000


8.10
0.10

76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

76/11/01





TOT
4
2.025000
.0000000
.0000000
0.10
0.10

76/11/01
001 S3 OIL At 10
GREASE
LB/O/CFS WATER

1
80.60000


80.80
00.00

76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

76/11/01





TOT
4
20.20000
.0000000
.0000000
00.00
00.00

76/11/01
00179
HASTE
HEATREJ.
BTU/HR
HATER

C
1850.000
45000.00
tie.1300
2000
1700

65/05/01





TXT
156
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

05/12/01





TOT
158
23.41800
43334.00
208.1700
2000
1700

05/12/01
ooiao
PLANTCAP
FACTOR
XOFCAPAC
HATER

239
48.62400
614.3000
24.78500
95.9
.0

02/03/31





EFF
3
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF

02/02/20





TXT
240
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

05/12/01





TOT
482
24.11000
896.2300
29.93700
95.9
.0

05/lt/Ol
00167
TOXICITY
CONCN
HG/L
HATER

6
1.688300
.0468170
.2163700
2.13
1.60

04/06/31





TXT
19
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

07/07/01





TOT
25
.4052000
.5513400
.7425300
2.13
1.60

07/07/01
00100
DO

HS/l
HATER

eei
9.917500
30.21600
5.496900
40.0
.0

00/07/01





TXT
746
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

00/07/01





TOT
1629
5.374400
40.87200
6.393100
40.0
.0

00/07/01
00310
BOO
5 DAY
MG/L
HATER

660'. 1
107.9700
681370.0
938.8100
70101.0
.0

00/07/01





EFF
5
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF

05/10/14





TXT
53711
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

80/07/01





TOT
139757
66.47300
545370.0
736.4900
70181.0
.0

88/07/01


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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
GROSS
PA6E:
3

PARAMETER

MEDIUM
RMK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM


00319
BOO ULT
ALL STGS
MG/L
MATER

4
315.8800
138330.0
371.9200
751.0
5.0







TXT
9
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
13
97.19200
57607.00
240.0100
751.0
5.0


00335
COD
LOWLEVEL
MG/L
HATER

1391
2036.300
35898000
5991.500
75530.0
.0







TXT
1216
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
2607
1086.500
20180000
4492.200
75530.0
.0


00340
COD
HI LEVEL
MG/L
HATER

290
826.5900
4206300
2050.900
15113
0







TXT
169
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
459
522.2400
2813500
1677.300
15113
0


00400
PH

SU
HATER

75933
7.663200
145.7100
12.07100
1060.00
.00







EFF
2
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF







TXT
67134
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
143069
4.067200
91.96000
9.569600
1060.00
.00


004 tO
T ALK
CAC03
MS/L
HATER

30
246.2200
41280.00
203.1700
590
0







TXT
54
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
92
101.7000
31643.00
177.6900
590
0


00435
t Acnr.Tr
CAC03
MG/L
HATER

24
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
0
0







TXT
36
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
60
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
0
0


00500
RESIDUE
TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

41
295.1700
23656.00
1S3.4100
718
5







TXT
87
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
66
177.9700
35293.00
187.6600
716
S


00530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
MG/L
HATER

112009
153.6000
3313300
1620.200
122692
0







EFF
10
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF







TXT
73101
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
165120
92.93600
2010400
1417.900
122692
0


00545
RESIDUE
SETTLBLE
ML/L
HATER

1
.5000000


.5
.5







TXT
I
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
3
.1666700
.0000000
.0000000
.5
.S


00546
RESIDUE
SETTLBLE
MG/L
HATER

315
1.764600
92.56000
9.620800
140
9







TXT
293
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
60S
.9143400
46.66000
6.975700
140
0


C0550
OIL-GRSE
TOT-SXIT
MG/L
HATER

29302
33.59000
123060.0
350.7900
Z296S.0
.0







EFF
28
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF







TXT
23404
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
52734
IS.66400
66654.00
262.0200
22968.0
.0


00600
TOTAL N
H
MG/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
/

00610
HH1+KH4-
N TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

8194
204.7200
981390.0
990.6500
17721.10
.000







EFF
8
EFF

EFF
EFF
EFF







TXT
6646
TEXT

TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
] 4848
112.9800
55
742.9200
17721.10
.000


00615

TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

S
853. 1700
63461IW>
796.6400
2265.000
.340
/






TXT
10
TEXT
"
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT







TOT
18
379.1900
45.
ft-lrtn
	
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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
f.ROSS
PAGE: 4

PARAMETER

MEDIUM
RMK
HUM3ER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BE6 OATE
EM) DATE
00619
ur:-icszo
NH3-NH3
MG/L
WATER

6
.0400000
.0001200
.0109550
.050
.030
83/01/31
83/02/01





TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
83/01/31
83/02/01





TOT
12
.0200000
.0004909
.0221570
.050
.030
83/01/31
83/02/01
00620
H03-H
TOTAL
MS/L
HATER

276
37.45900
2793.200
52.85100
336.000
.000
80/06/13
86/05/31





TXT
245
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
80/06/13
86/05/31





TOT
521
19.84400
1827.400
42.74800
336.000
.000
80/06/13
86/05/31
00665
PHOS-TOT

MG/L P
HATER

6046
10.97700
12542.00
111.9900
6254.000
.000
74/04/23
87/05/01





EFF
4
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
82/01/31
82/03/31





TXT
4092
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/23
87/05/01





TOT
10942
6.065400
6959.300
83.42200
6254.000
.000
74/04/23
87/05/01
OC60O
T ORG C
C
MG/L
HATER

356
621.7400
1819900
1349.000
12690.0
.0
79/07/03
87/07/01





TXT
370
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
78/10/17
87/07/01





TOT
728
305.7500
990430.0
995.2000
12690.0
.0
78/10/17
87/07/01
00720
CYANIDE
CN-TOT
MG/L
HATER

3480
10.72900
12171.00
110.3200
4700.000
.000
74/10/28
87/07/01





EFF
52
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
81/01/31
82/04/30





TXT
2722
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/28
87/07/01





TOT
6254
5.970100
6799.900
02.46100
4700.000
.000
74/10/28
67/07/01
00722
CYANIDE
FREE CN
MG/L
HATER

3
.4126700
.1672400
.4089500
.86
.06
76/11/01
85/08/01





TXT
11
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
85/11/0I





TOT
14
.0884290
.0566070
.2379200
.86
.06
76/11/01
85/11/01
00745
SULFIDE
TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

753
2.661800
76.50500
6.746700
54.00
.00
76/11/01
86/05/31





TXT
680
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/30
86/05/31





TOT
1433
1.398700
41.94400
6.476400
54.00
.00
75/06/30
86/0S/31
00916
CALCIUM
CA-TOT
MG/L
HATER

12
199.3400
35232.00
187.7000
701.0
8.0
66/01/31
86/05/31





TXT
a
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/01/01
86/03/31





TOT
20
119.6000
30436.00
174.4600
701.0
0.0
75/01/01
86/05/31
00927
MSNSIUM
MG.TOT
MG/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
86/05/01
86/03/01
00929
SODIUM
NA.TOT
C.3/L
HATER

3
102.0000
5772.000
75.97400
160.00
16.00
86/01/31
86/01/31





TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/01/01
66/01/31





TOT
5
61.20000
6007.200
77.50600
160.00
16.00
75/01/01
66/01/31
o
o
4*
O
CHLORIDE
TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

2161
5709.900
3267E*05
18077.00
533336
0
74/04/2J
66/09/31





TXT
1677
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/29
67/07/01





TOT
3838
3215.000
1919E*05
13856.00
533336
0
74/04/23
67/07/01
e
o
*
SULFATE
S04-TOT
MG/L
HATER

2416
9862.700
7991E0S
28269.00
600000
0
74/04/23
86/09/31





TXT
2041
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/23
67/07/01





TOT
4457
5346.300
4572E*05
21384.00
600000
0
74/04/23
67/07/01
00951
FLUORIDE
F, TOTAL
MG/L
HATER

1984
47.21700
45892.00
214.2200
3068.00
.00
74/11/01
86/09/31





TXT
1606
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/11/01
67/07/01





TOT
3590
26.09400
25908.00
160.9600
3068.00
.00
74/11/01
87/07/01
01000
ARSENIC
AS.01SS
UG/L
HATER

51
206.5700
58627.00
242.1300
1000
10
75/06/10
85/09/01





TXT
38
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/10
85/05/01





TOT
89
118.3700
43869.00
209.4500
1000
10
75/06/10
85/05/01
01002
ARSENIC
AS.TOT
L'K/L
HATER

12
139.1900
74637.00
273.2000
1000
.3
75/06/10
65/05/01





TXI
25
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/10
65/05/01

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 07/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM1INVENT
PA3A^2TE3
01002 ARSENIC AS.TOT
01007 BARIUM BA.TOT
01012 BERYLIUM BE.TCT
01022 BORON B.TOT
01027 cadmium cd.tot
MEDIUM
UG/L WATER
UG/L HATER
UG/L MATER
UG/L WATER
UG/L HATER
01032 CHROMIUM HEX-VAl UG/L WATER
01033 CHROMIUM TRI-VAL UG/L WATER
01034 CHROMIUM CR.TOT UB/L WATER
01037 COBALT CO,TOTAL UG/L WATER
01042 COPPER CU.TOT UG/L WATER
01045 IRON FE.TOf UG/L WATER
01046 IRON FE.0IS3 UG/L WATER
01051 LEAD PB.TOT UG/L WATER
01055
RE MM	UG/L HITER
RMK
TOT
TXT
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
PAGE:
5
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BEG DATE
END DATE
37
45.14300
27169.00
164.6300
1000
.3
75/06/10
65/05/01
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
63/12/01
63/12/01
2
163.5000
544.5600
23.33600
200.00
167.00
64/05/01
64/05/01
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
64/05/01
65/06/01
7
52.42900
6106.000
90.04400
200.00
167.00
64/05/01
65/06/01
3
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/10/31
61/10/31
13
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
64/09/01
16
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
-100E*66
1000E*67
77/01/01
64/09/01
467
65.50000
701070.0
637.3000
16000
0
74/10/26
66/11/01
17
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/10/31
62/02/26
395
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/26
66/11/01
699
46.31700
361240.0
617.4500
16000
0
74/10/28
66/11/01
3904
55.10100
205350.0
453.1600
17600
0
74/12/17
86/11/01
4
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/12/31
62/03/31
2530
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/12/17
66/11/01
6436
33.41300
125240.0
353.6900
17600
0
74/12/17
66/11/01
20
1.161200
2.131200
1.459900
3
.001
61/10/31
62/01/31
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
ai/io/si
82/01/31
26
.6294300
1.765100
1.336100
3
.001
61/10/31
62/01/31
4746
363.6300
6670100
2976.300
116200
0
74/10/16
M/ll/01
26
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/10/51
62/03/31
3364
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/C8
66/11/01
8136
212.1200
5205900
2261.700
116200
0
74/1o/ca
66/11/01
6
2556.300
2695100
1701.500
5510
1000
62/01/31
6S/05/03
15
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
62/01/31
62/03/31
13
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
62/01/31
65/08/01
34
451.4700
1416700
1191.100
5510
1000
62/01/31
65/06/01
3424
162.5000
566440.0
753.9500
17700
0
74/10/16
67/01/01
16
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFP
61/10/31
61/03/31
2396
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/16
67/01/01
5638
107.0400
341430.0
564.3200
17700
0
74/10/26
87/01/01
6329
262960.0
1363EM0
3692600
64509600
0
74/10/26
66/05/31
4542
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/26
66/10/01
10671
164740.0
7956E09
2621000
64509800
0
74/04/16
66/10/01
606
5669500
2174EM1
14746000
66000000
0
79/03/14
66/05/31
462
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
66/05/31
1070
3232900
1314E*11
11464000
66000000
0
77/01/01
66/05/31
1405
291.1100
2751700
1656.600
30560
0
74/10/26
67/07/01
12
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFP
61/10/31
62/02/26
1167
TEXT

TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/26
87/07/01
2604
157.0700

1226.900
30580
0
74/10/26
67/07/01
16
462.6100
1>8Br
1064.000
4000.0
40.0
61/10/31
66/05/31
16
TEXT
tTTt
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/01/01
66/05/31
32
231.4100
6' .0
776.5900
4000.0
40.0
75/01/01
8A/0?>'^1

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STCRET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,153 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGf1=TNVEMT
GROSS
PA6E:
6

parameter

MEDIUM
RMK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BEG DATE
END DATE
01065
NICKEL
Hi,DISS
UG/L
HATER

1407
362.1300
1432300
1196.800
21950
0
75/06/01
86/05/31





TXT
811
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/12/17 86/05/31





TOT
221A
229.7200
938760.0
968.8900
21950
0
74/12/17
86/05/31
01067
NICKEL
N1,TOTAL
UG/L
HATER

eo
1177.500
2647600
1627.200
9160
.5
75/06/01
86/11/01





EFF
4
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
82/01/31
62/03/31





TXT
109
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/01
86/11/01





TOT
19?
468.0700
1427600
1194.800
9160
.5
75/06/01
86/11/01
01077
SILVER
AG,TOT
US/L
HATER

300
29.93000
7700.800
87.75400
1000.0
.0
75/06/01
86/05/31





EFF
3
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
62/02/28
62/02/28





TXT
251
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/12/17 87/09/01





TOT
554
16.20800
4386.500
66.23100
1000.0
.0
74/12/17 67/09/01
01092
ZINC
ZN.TOT
UG/L
HATER

425S
600.9400
26095000
5108.300
300000
0
74/10/26 67/07/01





EFF
4
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFf
61/11/30 62/01/31





TXT
3065
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/10/26 67/07/01





TOT
7327
349.2300
15251000
3905.300
300000
0
74/10/26 67/07/01
01097
ANTIMONY
SSiTOT
UG/L
HATER

2
13.50000
54.08000
7.353900
19
8
65/11/01
65/11/01





TXT
9
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/05/01
85/11/01





TOT
11
2.454600
35.23100
5.935600
19
8
65/05/01
65/11/01
01102
TIN
SN.TOT
UG/L
HATER

603
393.6900
558510.0
747.3400
8890
0
75/06/30
06/05/31





EFF
6
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/11/30
62/04/30





TXT
429
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/01
66/10/01





TOT
1038
228.7000
362000.0
601.6600
8890
0
75/06/01
66/10/01
01105
ALUMINUM
AL.TOT
UG/L
HATER

48
5445.500
97660000
9883.300
48300
3
75/06/30 66/05/31





EFF
3
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/11/30 61/11/30





TXT
57
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/01/01
66/05/31





TOT
108
2420.200
50296000
7092.000
48300
3
75/01/01
66/05/31
01147
SELENIUM
SE.TOT
UG/L
MATER

58
60.02700
39767.00
199.4200
900
.002
63/01/31 66/05/31





TXT
56
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/12/03 67/07/01





TOT
114
30.54000
20968.00
144.8000
900
.002
79/12/01 67/07/01
01154
TUNGSTEN
W.TOT
UG/L
HATER
TXT
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/30
76/11/01
01251
ALUMINUM

LB/O/CFS
HATER

1
5.400000


5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
1.350000
.0000000
.0000000
5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01
01252
ARSENIC

LB/D/CFS
HATER

1
.5500000


.55
.55
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.1375000
.0000000
.0000000
.55
.55
76/11/01
76/11/01
01253
CADMIUM

LB/O/CFS
HATER

1
.1100000


.11
.11
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.0275000
.0000000
.0000000
.11
.11
76/11/01
76/11/01
01254
CHROMIUM
TOTAL
LB/O/CFS
HATER

I
1.350000


1.35
1.35
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.3375000

.0000000
1.35
1.35
76/11/01
76/11/01
0125^

HEX
LB/D/CFS
HATER

1
.2700000


.27
.27
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT

TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01
VjJ

-------
STOHET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
GROSS
PAGE: 7

PARAMETER

MEDIUM
RMK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BE6 DATE
END DATE
01255
CHROMIUI1
HEX
LB/D/CFS
WATER
TOT
4
.0675000
.0000000
.0000000
.27
.27
76/11/01
76/11/01
0125*>
COPPER

LB/D/CFS
HATER

1
1.130000


1.10
1.10
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
. 76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.2750000
.0000000
.0000000
1.10
1.10
76/11/01
76/11/01
01257
CYANIDE

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
.1350000


.14
.14
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.0337500
.0000000
.0000000
.14
.14
76/11/01
76/11/01
01258
IRON

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
5.400000


5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
1.350000
.0000000
.0000000
5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01
01259
LEAD

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
.2700000


.27
.27
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.0675000
.0000000
.0000000
.27
.27
76/11/01
76/11/01
oi
:;:rcury

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
.0027000


.003
.003
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.0006750
.0000000
.0000000
.003
.003
76/11/01
76/11/01
01261
NICKEL

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
2.700000


2.70
2.70
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.6750000
.0000000
.0000000
2.70
2.70
76/11/01
76/11/01
01262
TIN

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
10.60000


10.60
10.60
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
2.700000
.0000000
.0000000
10.AO
10.60
76/11/01
76/11/01
01263
SILVER

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
.0270000


.03
.03
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.0067500
.0000000
.0000000
.03
.03
76/11/01
76/11/01
01264
ZINC

LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
5.400000


5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
1.350000
.0000000
.0000000
5.40
5.40
76/11/01
76/11/01
01275
TOTALVOL
PRIPOLL
MG/L
WATER

1
.1100000

V
.11
.11
62/04/01
62/04/01





TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
62/04/01
62/04/01





TOT
7
.0157140
.0000000
.0000000
.11
.11
02/04/01
62/04/01
32102
CARBNTET

TOTUG/L
WATER

1
30.36000


30.4
30.4
67/01/01
67/01/01





TXT
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
65/11/04
67/01/01





TOT
6
5.060000
.0000000
.0000000
30.4
30.4
65/11/04
87/01/01
32106
CHLRFORM

TOTUG/L
WATER
TXT
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
61/03/09
65/06/01
32730
PHEtiOLS
TOTAL
UG/L
WATER

3340
75349.00
2482E+08
498220.0
6708600
0
74/11/01
67/07/01





EFF
16
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
61/10/31
82/01/31





TXT
2914
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/11/01
67/07/01





TOT
6270
40138.00
1336E+08
365540.0
6708600
0
74/11/01
67/07/01
34010
TOLUENE

TOT UG/L
WATER

3
598.5100
994500.0
997.2500
1750.00
15.18
65/09/01
67/07/01





TXT
13
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
65/09/01
67/07/01





TOT
16
112.2200
190810.0
436.8200
1750.00
15.16
65/09/01
67/07/01
34030
BENZENE

TOT UG/L
WATER
TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
86/10/01
86/10/01
3404'
'HOLIC
TOTAL
LB/D/CFS
WATER

1
.5500000


-
cc
it / i i >


-------
ST03ET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,153 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGH-INVEHT
6R0S3
PAGE: ft

PARAMETER

KEDiurt
StttX.
NUMBER
HE AH
VARIANCE
STAH DEV
HAXIHUtl
MINIMUM
BEG DATE
END DATE
3404 i
PHEKOLIC
TOTAL
LB/O/CFS
HATER
TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/51
76/11/01
34045
PHENOLIC
TOIAL
LS/O/CFS
HATER
TOT
4
.1375000
.0000000
.0000000
.55
.55
76/11/01
76/11/01
34044
TOT PESO
OXIDANTS
HG/L
MATER

2
.1200000
.0120000
.1131400
.20
.04
05/04/01
85/04/01





TXT
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/04/01
85/04/01





TOT
6
.0400000
.0064000
.0600000
.20
.04
85/04/01
05/04/01
34247
BEHIO< A1
PtRENE
TOTWJG/L
HATER

1
.0800000


.090
.080
85/11/01
05/11/01





TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/11/01
86/10/01





TOT
7
.0114290
.0000000
.0000000
.060
.080
85/1l/Ot
86/10/01
34 351
ENDSUISF

TOTUG/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
05/08/01
85/08/01
34356
6-CNOO
SULFAN
TOTHUS/L
WATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/08/01
65/08/01
34423
HETHTLEH
ECHLOtUO
T01HUG/L
HATER

12
2.530000
76.61100
8.764200
30.360
.000
81/10/31
87/01/01





EFF
10
efe
EFF
EFF
EfF
EFF
01/10/31
82/03/31





TXT
25
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
61/10/31
87/01/01





10T
*7
.6459600
19.61100
4.428500
30.360
.000
81/10/31
87/01/01
34475
TETRACHl
OROETHTL
TOTHUG/L
HATER
TXT
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/08/01
05/11/01
34506
U1TRICH
LOROETHA
TOTWUG/L
HATER
TXT
10
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
05/08/01
85/11/01
34511
112TPICH
IOROETHA
TDTKUS/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/11/01
85/11/01
34536
12DICHLO
ROBENZEN
TOTHUG/L
HATER

t
SE.77090
115.2240
10.73400
30.560
15.100
87/07/01
07/07/01





TXT
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
65/11/04
87/07/01





TOT
7 6.505700
142.6500
11.94400
30.360
15.100
85/11/04
7/07/01
34546
120ICHLO
ROETHEN5
TOTKUG/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
05/08/01
5/08/01
34671
pea
1016
TOTHUG/L
HATER

3
.0010000
.0000000
.0000000
.001
.001
05/11/01
5/11/01





TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
8S/11/01
5/11/01





TOT

.0003333
.0000000
.0000000
.001
.001
85/11/01
8S/U/41
34694
PHENOL

TOT UG/L
HATER

7 651.6000
iseoooo
1174.700
3000.000
1.040
74/11/01
7/07/01





TXT
14
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
UKT
TEXT
74/11/01
67/07/01





TOT
21
217.2000
513060.0
716.2800
3000.000
1 .#40
74/11/01
7/07/01
34696
NAPTHAIE
NE T
OTHUG/L
HATER
TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
86/10/01
M/10/01
38264
hbas

hg/l
WATER

io
59.36000
34507.00
105.7604
767.05
.00
81/10/31
5/11/04





TXT
10
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
81/10/31
5/11/04





TOT
tt
38.17300
22566.00
150.2200
767.05
.00
61/10/31
5/11/04
39032
PCP

TOT UG/L
HATER
TXT
t
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/08/01
5/08/01
19175
VINTLCHL
OS IDE
TOT UG/L
HATER
TXT
t
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/11/01
5/11/01
39160
1RICHLOR
ETKYLEHE
TOI UG/L
HATER

12
50.00000
.0000000
.0000009
100.000
100.000
75/06/01
84/09/01





EFF
3
EfF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
82/02/28
82/02/20





TXT
42
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/01
85/11/01





TOT
57
10.52600
.0000000
.0000000
100.000
100.000
75/06/01
85/11/01
39496
PCB-1242

TOTUS/L
HATER

3
1.000000
.0000000
.0000000
1.000
1.000
85/11/01
85/11/01





TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/11/01
85/tl/DI





tot
9
.3333300
.0900000
.0000009
1.000
1.000
05/11/01
85/11/01
39500
PCB-1248

TOTUG/L
HATER

3
1.000000
.00001100
.0000000
1.000
1.000
85/11/01
85/11/01





TXT

TEXT
ggk
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
05/11/01
85/11/01





Tor
9
. T533JOO

|.0000000
1.000
1.000
05/11/01
05/11/01
395DB
^^H&0

TOTUG/L
HATER
TXT
6
TEXT

TEXT
TFKT
TFXT
as/u/oi
A5/U/01


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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
PARAMETER	MEDIUM	RMK
39516 PCBS WHL SMPL US/L MATER
TXT
TOT
4702 4 BOD-5 R/OAY /CFS HATER
TXT
TOT
50047 MAX FI.OW 24-HR MGD HATER	TXT
50050 CONDUIT FLOW MGD HATER
EFF
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
50064 CHLORINE FREE AVL MG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
61402 BI0AS5AY TLH-96HR PERCENT HATER	TXT
70295 RESIDUE DISS-ANT TEM.MG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
50056	PRESSURE INJ HELL PSI HATER
50057	PRESSURE ANNULUS PSI HATER
50060 CHLORINE TOT RES3 MG/L HATER
70296 TOT DISS SOLIDS LB/D/CFS HATER
71075 H2S	M6/L HATER
71880 FORMA I.DE HYDE MG/L HATER
71900 MERCURY HG,TOTAL UG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
EFF
TXT
TOT
74020 FLOW PUMP OUT MGD WATER	TXT
7'.052 CM" "YC PERMIT GENERAL WATER
PA6E:
9
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUT1
BE6 DATE
END DATE
121
815.3200
213220.0
461.7500
2500.000
.600
74/05/30
07/07/01
97
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/05/30
07/07/01
218
452.5400
2B2840.0
531.8200
2500.000
.600
74/05/30
07/07/01
1
80.80000


80.80
80.60
76/11/01
76/11/01
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01
4
20.20000
.0000000
.0000000
80.80
80.80
76/11/01
76/11/01
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/08/31
07/05/01
74607
86.70400
2614000
1616.800
98000.00
.000
74/05/31
00/01/01
5
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
81/12/31
02/01/31
76130
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/01/18
09/03/13
150742
42.91300
1295600
1138.300
98000.00
.000
74/01/18
09/03/13
15
346.4000
84890.00
291.3600
968
140
01/10/31
04/04/01
40
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
04/04/01
55
$4.47300
46250.00
215.0600
968
140
77/01/01
04/04/01
13
342.8500
39955.00
199.8900
790
225
81/10/31
03/12/01
37
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
04/04/01
50
89.14000
32862.00
181.2800
790
225
77/01/01
04/04/01
29230
1.441600
1443.900
37.99900
4900.00
.00
74/10/26
08/07/01
12
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
62/02/28
02/03/31
27616
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/01
00/07/01
56858
.7411100
742.7900
27.25400
4900.00
.00
74/04/01
00/07/01
397
.3364600
6.797500
2.607200
30.00
.00
02/01/31
06/05/31
320
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
79/05/01
06/05/31
717
.1863000
3.787500
1.946200
30.00
.00
79/05/01
06/05/31
1
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
02/09/29
02/09/29
570
9408.900
1669E06
40861.00
875000
.01
74/04/25 06/05/51
465
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
74/04/23
06/05/51
1035
5181.700
9406E*05
30671.00
875000
.01
74/04/tl
06/05/51
1
8076.000


0O76EOO
8076E400
76/11/01
76/11/01
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01
4
2019.000
.0000000
.0000000
8076E+00
8076E00
76/11/01
76/11/01
15
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
-100E+68
1000E67
01/10/31
01/12/51
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
01/10/31
01/12/51
21
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
-100E68
1000E*67
01/10/31
01/12/31
12
.1750000
.0006818
.0261130
.2
.2
75/06/01
04/09/01
22
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/01
04/09/01
34
.0617650
.0074332
.0862160
.2
.2
75/06/01
04/09/01
42
40.27200
16962.00
130.2400
500.0
.0
75/06/30
06/10/01
6
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
01/10/31
81/11/30
62
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/30
06/10/01
110
15.37700
6766.600
82.26000
500.0
.0
75/06/30
86/10/01
4
TEXT
TFVT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
86/11/01
86/11/01
15
.0213330
.00'
.0173810
.05
.00ft
BA/niyn
An/m ~ * 

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STCRET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/01/06	PGM-INVENT
GR<
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PARAHETER	MEDIUM	RMK
74052	CHLOHDYC PERMIT GENERAL MATER	TOT
74053	TESTICID PjR^IT G2XERAL HATER
TXT
TOT
74055 FEC COLI PERMIT GENERAL HATER
EFF
TXT
TOT
78141 09GANICS TOT TOX MG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
78720 RECYCLED FLOW t16D HATER	TXT
78723	AMINES, ORGANIC MG/L HATER	TXT
78724	4NITPnME TH-PHTHL HID UG/L HATER	TXT
78734	TR1BUUL AMINE MG/L MATER	TXT
78735	OCTLPHEN POLYTHOX ETH MG/L HATER
TXT
TOT
78736	ISOPROPL BIPHENYL MG/L HATER	TXT
78738	CHLRIIIAT FREQ. EVNT/DAY HATER	TXT
78739	CHLRINAT DURATION MINUTES HATER
TXT
TOT
83082 BOO 20C 5DAY CAR MG/L	HATER
80087 BOO 20C 20DAYCAR MG/L	HATER
80103 COD	LB/D/CFS	HATER
80126 BOO r>C 5DAY CAR MG/L	HATER
81010	BOD5 REMOVAL PERCENT	HATER
81011	SUS SOL REMOVAL PERCENT	HATER
81012	TOTAL P REMOVAL PERCENT	HATER
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
TXT
TOT
~CL
PAGE:
10
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM

END OATE
29
.0110359
.0002687
.0163940
.05
.006

66/03/31
92
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
.0
.0

65/10/31
58
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/10/31
150
.0000000
.0000000
.0000000
.0
.0

65/10/31
9775
1252.300
1673E05
12937.00
984000
0

68/07/01
50
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF
EFF

62/03/31
7463
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/07/01
17288
708.0900
95006000
9747.100
984000
0

66/07/01
27
2.223700
14.12000
3.757600
20.50
.14

66/05/01
46
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/05/01
73
.8224700
6.267300
2.503500
20.50
.14

66/05/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/1l/Oi
12
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/11/01
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/11/04
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/11/04
1
1.000000


1.00
1.00

64/02/09
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

64/02/09
3
.3333300
.0000000
.0000000
1.00
1.00

64/02/09
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

69/11/01
62
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/12/01
2
120.0000
.0000000
.0000000
120
ISO

64/06/01
66
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

65/12/01
68
3.529400
.0000000
.0000000
120
120

65/12/01
366
459.1400
1216100
1103.700
6011.0
S.O

69/03/13
340
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

69/03/13
706
238.0200
663370.0
826.6600
6011.0
5.0

69/03/13
9
11.46700
37.62000
6.133500
21.9
4.7

61/12/31
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

ei/it/si
15
6.680000
55.30700
7.436900
21.9
4.7

61/12/31
1
485.0000


465.00
465.00

76/11/01
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

76/11/01
4
121.2500
.0000000
.0000000
465.00
485.00

76/11/01
4
1005.800
1429000
1195.400
2402.0
6.0

61/10/01
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

61/10/01
9
447.0000
616840.0
903.7900
2402.0
6.0

61/10/01
2524
84.76000
692.9900
26.32500
751.0
.0

66/11/01
1921
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/11/01
4445
48.12900
2156.600
46.44200
751.0
.0

66/11/01
1224
84.07800
433.2300
20.81400
100.0
.0

66/07/01
1043
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/07/01
2267
45.39500
1990.600
44.61600
100.0
.0

66/07/01
843
79.80800
1030.100
32.09500
601.0
.0

66/11/01
684
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT

66/11/01
1527
44.05900
2144.500
46.30800
801.0
.0

86/11/01

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STORET RETRIEVAL OATE 87/01/06
1,353 TOTAL STATIONS PROCESSED
PGM=INVENT
GSDSS
PAGEt 11

PARAMETER

MEDIUM
RMK
NUMBER
MEAN
VARIANCE
STAN DEV
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
BE6 DATE
END OATE
a 128'.
THE F I.AM
TOT
US/1
HATER

56
.1696400
.4330600
.6580700
3.500
.000
82/04/01
86/05/31





TXT
93
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
82/04/01
66/05/31





TOT
149
.0637590
.1677300
.4095500
3.500
.000
82/04/01
86/05/31
81 JOS
NITRATED
HYOROCAR
TOT UG/L
HATER

5
920.0000
972000.0
965.9000
2000.000
200.000
84/10/07
04/10/07





TXT
10
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
84/10/07
84/10/07





TOT
15
306.6700
479240.0
692.2700
2000.000
200.000
64/10/07
64/10/07
01595
HTH ETH
KETONE
TOT UG/L
HATER
TXT
4
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
04/01/11
84/02/09
61637
TET3AIYD
FUPAN
TOT UG/L
HATER
TXT
2
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
65/11/04
85/11/04
61621
SULriOE
HATER
LBS/BAY
HATER

1
.5500000


.550
.550
76/11/01
76/11/01





TXT
3
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
76/11/01
76/11/01





TOT
4
.1375000
.0000000
.0000000
.550
.550
76/11/01
76/11/01
61651
nis
PHENOL-A
TOT UG/L
HATER
TXT
5
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
85/11/04
07/07/01
61853
TRICLETH
KVtL MAT
UG/L
HATER
TXT
15
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
75/06/01
84/08/31
62205
SPECIFIC
GRAVITY
GM/L
HATER

96
1.252200
.0041479
.0644040
1.34
1.04
63/01/31
86/05/31





TXT
70
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
86/05/31





TOT
166
.7241500
.3670600
.6221600
1.34
1.04
77/01/01
86/05/31
82207
OIFF.PR.
ANN. HELL
PSI
HATER

16
148.3600
20064.00
141.7200
490.00
.00
01/10/31
82/03/31





TXT
25
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
82/03/31





TOT
41
57.90300
12901.00
113.5300
490.00
.00
77/01/01
62/03/31
82218
IRON TOT
REMOVAL
PERCENT
HATER

121
1541.000
44962000
6705.400
49719.30
1.90
81/10/31
86/05/31





TXT
47
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
06/05/31





TOT
166
1109.900
32790000
5726.200
49719.30
1.90
77/01/01
06/05/31
62229
FREE
ACID
PERCENT
HATER

255
362.0100
2226700
1492.200
13702.00
.00
81/10/31
86/05/31





TXT
161
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
77/01/01
06/05/31





TOT
436
223.4200
1335700
1155.700
13702.00
.00
77/01/01
86/05/31
82516
TCLRBNZ
TOTAL
UG/L
MATER
TXT
6
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
TEXT
62/05/01
82/05/01
1 k.\

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/10
/TYPA/MUN/TREATD/OUTFL/NONAHB/PIPE
DATE
FROM
TO
50050	00310	00665	50060
COMOUIT	BOD	PHOS-TOT	CHLORINE
FLOW	5 DAY	TOl RESD
fIRD	MG/L	hG/L P	MG/L
81/01/01
YEAR
81/12/31
82/01/01
YEAR
P2/12/31
83/01/01
YEAR
83/12/31
84/01/01
YEAR
64/12/31
85/01/01
YEAR
85/12/31
86/01/01
YEAR
86/12/31
00/00/00
STATION
99/99/99
PCTL(025.1) 42.1000	3.70000	.370000
PCTLI050.il >4.8000	4.85000	.450000
PCTLI075.0) 45.8000	5.70000	.610000
NUMBER 3	3	3
PCTLI025.0 I 42.1000	4.20000	.320000
PCTLI 050.0 I 42.5000	5.10000	.400000
PCTLI 075.01 56.0000	7.10000	.400000
NUMBER 3	3	3
PCTLI025.01 36.3000	4.00000	.200000
PCTLI050.01 37.9000	6.30000	.240000
PCTLI075.0) 38.8000	89.8000	.370000
NUMBER 9 11	8
PCTLI025.01 37.2000	5.40000	.430000	.0000000
PCTLI050.01 38.4000	7.20000	.540000	.0000000
PCTLI075.0) 39.1000	0.90000	.680000	.0000000
NUMBER 11	11 11	6
PCTLI025.01 24.COOO	9.56000	.270000
PCTLI050.01 24.2000	9.50000	.270000
PCTLI075.01 40.8000	21.0000	1.23000
NUMBER 2	2	2
PCTLI025.01 33.8000	5.00000	.240000	.100000
PCTLI050.01 38.3000	9.89000	.350000	.100000
PCTLI075.0) 38.4000	12.4000	.490000	.100000
NUMBER 9	9	9	4
PCTLI025.0) 37.2000	5.00000	.330000	.0000000
PCTLI050.01 38.4000	7.00000	.400000	.0000000
PCTLI075.0) 40.8000	11.0000	.560000	.100000
NUMBER 37	3? 36	10
IN0024520	1N0000071475 180405001	047
41 43 30.0 086 16 03.0 1
SOUTH BEND CITY OF	/3113 RIVERSIDE OR
18141 INDIANA	ST JOSEPH
SOUTH BEND	083200
RECVG STRM-ST JOSEPH R
EFINEPA 830402	04050001005 0009.380 ON
0000 FEET DEPTH
fit Efkh^f4 f S~t- Sctjrpb (ooSfas
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3TGRET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/10
/TYPA/MUN/TRE ATO/OUTF L/NONAH8/PIPE
DATE
FROM
TO
50050
CGNPUIT
FLCM
MGD
00310
BCD
5 DAY
MG/L
00665
PHOS-TOT
MG/L P
50060
CHLORINE
TOT RESD
MG/L
03/01/01
YEAR
83/12/31
84/01/01
YEAR
81/12/31
85/01/01
YEAR
85/12/31
86/01/01
YEAR
86/12/31
00/00/00
STATION
PCTLI 025.0 )	1.20000	150.000	.500000
PCTLI 050.0 I	3.20000	165.000	.900000
PCTLI075.0)	3.70000	172.000	1 .00000
NUMBER	9	8	9
PCTL(025.0 ) 3.10000	6.00000	.500000
PCTHC50.01 3.30000	8.00000	.800000 .0000000
PCTLC075.0) 3.60000	177.000	2.30000
NUMBER 7	7 7	1
PCTLI 025.0 ) 3.40000	14.0000	.700000	.0000000
PCTLI050.0) 3.60000	16.0000	.700000	.300000
PCTL<075.0> 3.80000	17.0000	.800000	.300000
NUMBER 12	12	12	3
PCTLI025.01	3.50000	21.0000	.400000	.100000
PCTLI050.0)	3.80000	28.0000	1.00000	.200000
PCTLI075.0)	3.80000	32.0000	1.00000	.200000
NUMBER	9	9	9	5
PCTLI 025.0) 3.20000	15.0000	.600000	.0000000
PCTLI050.01 3.60000	21.0000	.800000	.200000
PCTLI075.0 I 3.80000	150.000	1.00000	.270000
NUMBER 37	36	37	9
99/99/99
IN002575S
IND098646136 162080001
001
41 35 48.0 085 51 11.0 1
GOSHEN CITY OF
18039 INDIANA
GOSHEN
RECVS 3TRK-ELKHART R
EFINEPA 830402
0000
/1000 M HILDEN AVE
ELKHART
083200
04050001009 0010.560 ON
FEET DEPTH

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STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/10
/TYPA/MUN/TREATD/OUTFL/NCNAMB/PIPE
DATE
FROM
TO
S0050	00310	00665	50060
CONDUIT	BOD	PHOS-TOT	CHLORINE
FLOW	5 OAY	TOT RESO
MGD	MG/L	MG/L P	HG/L
63/01/01
YEAR
83/12/31
84/01/01
YEAR
84/12/31
85/01/01
YEAR
85/12/31
86/01/01
YEAR
86/12/31
00/00/00
STATION
PCTLI 025.0).
PCTLI050.0).
PCTLI 075.0),
NUMBER
PCTLI 025.0).
PCTLI 050.0).
PCTLI 075.0 ).
NUMBER
PCTLI 025.0)
PCTLI 050.0)
PCTLI 075.0)
NUMBER
PCTLI 025.0),
PCTLI 050.0),
PCTLI075.0).
NUMBER
PCTLI 025.0)
PCTLI 050.0)
PCTLI 075.0)
NUMBER
0013000
0048000
0051000
8
0045000
0051000
0055000
7
.0051000
.0053000
.0056000
B
0035000
0052000
0060000
9
.0039000
.0051000
.0055000
32
4.40000
7.50000
8.C0000
8
6.80000
8.30000
10.0000
7
7.20000
9.20000
12.0000
8
10.0000
10.6000
11.0000
9
7.20000
9.20000
10.5000
32
.550000
.600000
.600000
8
.550000
.580000
.600000
7
.540000
.550000
.560000
8
.550000
.560000
.600000
9
.550000
.560000
.600000
32
99/99/99
STORET RETRIEVAL DATE 87/02/10
DATE
FROH
TO
50050
CONDUIT
FLCH
I16D
00/00/00 PCTLI025.0).0070000
PCTLI050.0 1.0659999
PCTLI075.0 ) .421000
NUMBER	1663
99/99/99
00310	00665	50060
BOO	PHOS-TOT	CHLORINE
5 DAY	TOT RESD
MG/L	MG/L P	MG/L
6.00000	.395000	.500000
9.80000	.600000	.600000
16.0000	.000000	.700000
87V-	183	J*0
c v>
IN0022845	IND086782851	001
41 30 00.0 086 00 00.0 3
BAUSO COMMUNITY SCHOOL SUG T/
18039 INDIANA	ELKHART
N	083200
RECVG STRM-ELKHART RIV
EFINEPA 830319	04050001009	OFP
0000 FEET DEPTH
6R0SS ANALYSIS
STORET RETRIEVAL OATE 87/02/10 - ECHO OF ORIGINAL REQUEST
PGh-hEANtSTC*18CO3039CO=141tPCSONLY,
EXTRACT-PIPE,ACTUAL.ANC=I,
P-50050 #Pr310P=665P=50060
DG=YPG,SF=N.PCTL=*S,PCTL=50,PCTL=7S.

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EN'fR AGENCY C00. "SAME". 00 "STO>r
PCS
EN'ER S*AT ION NU"9ER. 'FIRST-. 0 'NE/OUTFL/plPE/NONA>B
depth 0
INDI *
M|LlS
D
PERIOD or RECORD - 80/05/14 THROUGH 85/10/21
PIPES PRESENT : 047 053
EN1IR PARM CODE. "NEXT STATION*, OR "ALL"

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Noes
AVE
MAX
MIN
BEG-OATE
END-DATE
in
WAIEP
TEMP
CENT
2
e.e
0.0
e.e
05/10/21
85/10/21
300
CO

MG/L
2
e.e
0.0
0.0
BS/I0/2I
85/10/21
310
ROD
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MT./L
271
203O.S
12000.e
e.e
00'0S'I4
86/eS/3l
40a
PM

SU
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e.00
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80/05/14
86/05/31
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TOT IFLT
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2-2
2S77
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e
00/05/14
86/05/31
MH
NHVNH4-
N TOTAL
Mfi'L
4
0.000
e.eee
e.000
es/ie/2i
85/10/21
(.SS
PHOS-10T

MT./L P
184
0.E'O
1 .030
0.000
ee/es/w
06/05/31
snflse
CONDUIT
FLO*
MGD
'37
45.143
147.pen
0.000
00/05/14
86/05/31
stmr.R
CHLORINE
TOT RESD
Mfi/L
38
0. '0
i.ea
0.00
80/05/14
85/10/21

~ tr. col l
PERMIT
GENT RAl
34
S62
37Re
0
80/05/14
86-05/31
80082
BOD ?ec
5DA* CAR
PG/L
3
0.0
0.0
e.e
85/'0/21
85/10/21
Rtfll?
TOTAL P
REMOVAL
PFRCFNT
68
03. 2
oe.2
e.e
80/05/14
85/10/21
PIPI S PRESENT j
04 7 053







ENIIR PARK COOt,
"NEXT STATION1 . OR "ALL'






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NOBS
AVE
MAX
MIN
BEG -DATE
END-OAtE
soasn
CONDUIT
FLOW
MGD
137
45.143
147.000
0.000
80/05/14
86/05/31
PL01 1HIS PARAMETER * 1 TES
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WHAT RESTRICTIONS 7?
INTER RESTRICT IONS OR "GO"
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************ BASIC REPORT ************
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND MUNICIPAL STP
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST. JOSEPH R.
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
A GREAT LAKES BASIN PROJECT FACILITY
BIOASSAY DATA AVAILABLE IN CETIS
************* LIMITS REPORT *************
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
THE PARAMETERS AVAILABLE ARE
1
81012
TOTAL P
REMOVAL
2
310
BOD
5 DAY
3
400
PH

4
530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
5
665
PHOS-TOT

6
50050
CONDUIT
FLOW
7
50060
CHLORINE
TOT RESD
8
74055
FEC COLI
PERMIT
9
610
NH3+NH4-
N TOTAL
10
300
DO

11
80082
BOD 20C
5DAY CAR
12
10
WATER
TEMP
PERCENT
W
MG/L
MG/L P
MGD
MG/L
GENERAL
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
CENT
 PIPE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW 
P047A MUNICIPAL S.T.P.	TREATMENT CODE: 1M1L1U3A1U5B
P053A STORM-WATER RUNOFF	TREATMENT CODE: ?
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PIPES:
047 A
053 A
ENTER PIPE NUMBER (EXAMPLE: 001 A):
047 A

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LIMITS FOR: IN0024520
CONCENTRATION
DATE
PARAMETER
MIN
AVG
800514
81012
TOTAL P
80.00

800514
310
BOD

20.00
800514
400
PH
6.00

800514
530
RESIDUE

20.00
800514
665
PHOS-TOT

1.00
800514
50050
CONDUIT

48.00
800514
50060
CHLORINE


800514
74055
FEC COLI

200.00
800514
610
NH3+NH4-


800514
300
DO


800514
80082
BOD 20C


800514
10
WATER


851021
81012
TOTAL P
80.00

851021
310
BOD

20.00
851021
400
PH
6.00
DATE


CONCENTRATION
PARAMETER
MIN
AVG
651021
530
RESIDUE

20.00
851021
665
PHOS-TOT

1.00
851021
50050
CONDUIT


851021
50060
CHLORINE


851021
74055
FEC COLI

200.00
851021
610
NH3+NH4-


851021
300
DO


851021
80082
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851021
10
WATER


MAX
30.00
9.00
30.00
1.00
400.00
30.00
9.00
MAX
30.00
1.00
400.00
QUANTITY
AvG	MAX
8006.00
8006.00
12009.00
12009.00
8006.00 12009.00
QUANTITY
AVG	MAX
8006.00 12009.00
************* DISCHARGE MONITORING REPORT ***
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	 , ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
THE PARAMETERS AVAILABLE ARE
1
310
BOD
5 DAY
2
400
PH

3
530
RESIDUE
TOT NFLT
4
665
PHOS-TOT

5
50050
CONDUIT
FLOW
6
74055
FEC COLI
PERMIT
7
81012
TOTAL P
REMOVAL
8
50060
CHLORINE
TOT RESD
9
300
DO

10
610
NH3+NH4-
N TOTAL
11
10
WATER
TEMP
b!<;l
MG/L
MG/L P
MGD
GENERAL
PERCENT
MG/L
MG/L
MG/L
CENT
 pipe INFORMATION TO FOLLOW 
I P047A MUNICIPAL S.T.P.	TREATMENT CODE: 1M1L1U3A1U5B
| P053A STORM-WATER RUNOFF	TREATMENT CODE: ?
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PIPES:
047 A
053 A
ENTER PIPE NUMBER (EXAMPLE: 001 A):
047 A
DMR FOR: IN0024520	,
CONCENTRATION	QUANTITY
DATE PARAMETER	MIN	AVG	MAX	AVG	MAX
811031 310	BOD	3.00	3.69	4.29 1403.00 1656.00

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400
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2380.00
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4.89
4.09
1874.00
811031
665
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0.28
0.60
0.90


811031
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CONDUIT

45.79
48.19


811031
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49.00
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811031
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811031
300
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811031
610
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2279.00
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310
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5.69
1779.00
811130
400
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8.79


811130
530
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3.00
3.59
3.69
1350.00
1483.00
811130
665
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0.36
0.52





CONCENTRATION

QUANTITY
DATE
PARAMETER
MIN
AVG
MAX
AVG
MAX
811130
50050
CONDUIT

44.79
49.19


811130
74055
FEC COLI


89.50


811130
81012
TOTAL P
73.89
83.69


811130
50060
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811130
300
DO





811130
610
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811231
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BOD
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5.69
7.79
2009.00
2864.00
811231
400
PH
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8.39


811231
530
RESIDUE
3.09
4.19
4.79
1460.00
1754.00
811231
665
PHOS-TOT
0.25
0.44
0.68


811231
50050
CONDUIT

42.09
48.09


811231
74055
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811231
81012
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80.19
91.29


811231
50060
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C T R E P 0
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NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37
ZIP
MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
THERE ARE: 50 INDIRECT DISCHARGERS
DATA FROM THE IFD FILE OBTAINED FROM PERMIT
APPLICATION AND MAY NOT BE COMPLETE.
(FLOW TGD = 1000 GALS/DAY, TYPE: P = PROCESS, C = COOLING, B
BOTH P & C
BAYCOTTE METAL FINISH, IND
3471
0.00
]
AMES COMPANY
2830
0.00

MCGILL MFG CO, INC
0
0.00
]
ASSOC. INVEST
0
56.00
P
COLE & SON
0
52.00
P
GILBERTS
0
78.00
P
INDIANA BELL
0
50.00
P
KREAMO BAKERS
0
50.00
P
LAKE SHORE LTD.
0
67.00
P
LANE BRYANT
0
150.00
P
MAIN AND WASH. JOINT VENTURE
0
75.00
P
MASTIC ASPHALT
0
134.00
P
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
0
234.00
P
MODEL COVERALL
0
60.00
P
MONARCH LAUNDRY
0
77.00
P
OLIVERS
0
63.00
P
RACD
3471
0.00
]
RIVERSIDE NORTH APTS
0
71.00
P
ROBERTSONS
0
56.00
P
ST JOE CNTY BD OF COMM
0
54.00
P
ST JOSEPH HOSPITAL
8062
75.00
P
ST JOSEPH HOSPITAL
8062
130.00
P
SEARS
0
75.00
P
SIBLEYS
0
410.00
P
SOBENITE PLASTICS
3079
70.00
P
SOUTH BEND RANGE CO
0
65.00
P
TYPE

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SOUTH BEND TOY
0
52.00
P
SOUTH BEND LATHE
0
112.00
P
SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE
2711
150.00
P
STATE WIDE ALUMINUM
0
82.00
P
STEEL WAREHOUSE
0
92.00
P
TOWER FEDERAL
0
50.00
P
WASTE WATER
0
112.00
P
WELLS ELECTRONICS
0
50.00
P
WHEEL HORSE
0
50.00
P
RALPH WMS.
0
75.00
P
YMCA
0
62.00
P
F.W. MEANS
0
300.00
P
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
0
1500.00
P
HEAT TREAT
0
53.00
P
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO OF SB
2086
73.00
P
CLAY UTILITIES
0
300.00
P
BENDIX ENERGY CONTROLS DIV
3728
0.00
P
BENDIX BRAKE & STEERING DIV
3714
0.00
P
AM GENERAL CORPORATION
3465
710.00
P
ALLIED PRODUCTS CORPORATION
0
234.00
P
BAYCOTTE METAL FINISH, IND
3471
0.00
P
BENDIX AIRCRAFT, BRAKE & STRUT
3471
0.00
P
IMAGINEERING ENTERPRS., INC
3471
3.00
P
NIMET INDUSTRIES, INC
3471
0.00
P

A S S A
Y R E P 0



NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
THE FOLLOWING DATA IS FROM THE CETIS FILE
EFFLUENT CONC	EFFECT EFFECT
PIPE DATE BFLOW(TGD) DURATION(D)	MEAN	END POINT CODE
0 850928 0.000 4.000	100.0%	NEF
0 850928 0.000 2.000	100.0%	NEF
0 850925 0.000 4.000	100.0%	P10
0 850928 0.000 2.000	0.0	NEF
0 850928 0.000 2.000	0.0	NEF
************* RECEIVING STREAM REPORT *************
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
FACILITY IS ON THE REACH
LENGTH : 25.3 MILES
>	GAGES 
FLOWS(CFS)	VELOCITIES(FPS)
MEAN 7-Q-10	MEAN LOW

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ESTIMATED
USGS04101520
USGS04101500
3180.01 868.29
0.00 0.00
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ASIWPCA STEP REPORT
1972)	FULLY SUPPORTED
1982)	FULLY SUPPORTED
1982)	FULLY SUPPORTED
;i982)	FULLY SUPPORTED
ASIWPCA STEP REPORT (1972) PARTIALLY SUPPORTED 007.0 - 014.0 |
014.0 - 026.0
000.0 - 026.0
007.0 - 014.0
014.0 - 026.0
************ DRINKING WATER SUPPLY REPORT ************
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
FOR DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES DOWN STREAM FROM
THIS NPDES DISCHARGE, ENTER THE DOWN STREAM
DISTANCE (NOT TO EXCEED-75 MILES): 75
DISTANCE
DOWN	SERVED
REACH NO. STREAM UTILITY NAME TYPE	NAME	POP.
04050001001	74.6 CITY OF BENTON HARBO	P	TREATMENT PLANT	14612
04050001001	74.6 CITY OF BENTON HARBO	I	LAKE MICHIGAN	14612
04050001001	74.6 CITY OF ST JOSEPH	P	TREATMENT PLANT	9622
04050001001	74.6 CITY OF ST JOSEPH	I	LAKE MICHIGAN	9622
04050002005	75.7 SOUTH HAVEN BD OF PU	P	TREATMENT PLANT	6100
04050002005	75.7 SOUTH HAVEN BD OF PU	I	LAKE MICHIGAN	6100
***** ANALYSIS REPORT -- DILUTION	RATIO *****
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
LENGTH(MI): 25.3 STREAM FLOWS (CFS) MEAN: 3180.011 7-Q-10: 868.294
ENTER THE YEAR (YY) FOR RETRIEVING PIPE FLOW DATA:
81
ENTER TYPE OF DATA TO USE IN DILUTION RATIO CALCULATION
1	= MINIMUM MONTHLY PIPE FLOW
2	= AVERAGE MONTHLY PIPE FLOW
3	<= MAXIMUM MONTHLY PIPE FLOW
INPUT? (1,2 OR 3):
3
DISCHARGE FLOWS FROM PCS FOR YEAR: 1981
CALCULATIONS USE MAXIMUM MONTHLY PIPE FLOWS
PIPE FLOW(CFS) # MONTHS
47A	74.793 3
DILUTION RATIO = (PIPE FLOW + STREAM FLOW)/PIPE FLOW
DILUTION RATIOS USING ESTIMATED FLOWS FOR THE REACH

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PIPE	MEAN	7-0-10
47A	43.517	12.609
FACILITY TOTAL	43.517	12.609
***** ANALYSIS REPORT  WATER QUALITY INVENTORY *****
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R 		
TYPE : STREAM REACH
REACH NO. : 04050001005 MILES : 9.37 MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
WATER
THE FOLLOWING STATIONS FROM STORET ARE DESIGNATED AS AMBIENT - SURFACE
THE STATIONS ARE RETRIEVED SOLELY BY REACH NUMBER
OTHER STATIONS MAY BE PRESENT THAT DO NOT CURRENTLY
HAVE A REACH NUMBER ASSIGNED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
AGENCY
21IND
21IND
21IND
21IND
21MICH
21MICH
112WRD
8	21MICH
9	21MICH
10	112WRD
11	12IND0
12	21MICH
13	12IND0
14	21IND
15	12IND0
16	12IND0
17	12R5DRNK
18	12IND0
19	12IND0
20	12IND0
21	12IND0
22	12IND0
23	12IND0
24	12IND0
25	12IND0
26	12IND0
27	12IND0
28	12IND0
REACH NUMBER: 4050001005
NAME
STATION
850832E370	OFF OF EAST BANK AT DARDEN RD
850832E380	OFF OF EAST BANK AT AUTEN RD B
850832W370	OFF OF WEST BANK AT DARDEN RD
850832W380	OFF OF WEST BANK AT AUTEN RD B
110043	ST. JOSEPH R UPSTRM DOWAGIAC R
110471	ST. JOSEPH R. AT MAIN STREET I
04101500	ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT NILES. MIC
110244	BRANDYWINE CR. AT 3RD ROAD: NI
110490	ST JOSEPH RIVER AT US-12 BR; B
04101400	ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT BERTRAND.
SJR-13	ST JOE R AT BERTRAND RD NILES
110042	ST JOSEPH R AT BERTRAND RD: BE
SJR-01	ST JOSEPH R AT AUTEN RD SOU BE
171412	ST. JOSEPH R DARDEN BRIDGE AT
SOB-01	SOUTH BEND STP EFFLUENT
SJR-02	ST JOSEPH R AT US31-33 BR S BE
IND025	DEEP WELLS AT SOUTH BEND: WATE
SJR-03	ST JOSEPH R AT PLAYLAND PARK
SJR-04	ST JOSEPH R AT LOGANST BR MISH
MISH-3	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA
MISH-4	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-5	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-6	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-7	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-8	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-2	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
MISH-1	UNIROYAL AT MISHAWAKA OUTFALL
SJR-05	ST JOE R AT BITTERSWEET BR MIS
MILE
# OBS
0.000
46
0.000
58
0.000
46
0.000
46
0.100
83
0.240
100
0.390
320
1.950
42
2.790
57
5.090
8
5.090
8
5.190
89
7.780
9
9.130
179
9.490
0
11.970
9
14.530
93
16.120
9
17.430
1
18.030
0
18.030
12
18.030
7
18.030
5
18.030
9
18.030
10
18.130
8
18.230
0
22.970
9
TO VIEW FACILITIES OR WATER QUALITY INFORMATION
HYDROLOGICALLY UPSTREAM OR DOWNSTREAM FROM SELECTED
FACILITIES. USE PROCEDURES: WQAB PATHSCAN OR STORET INDEX
***** ANALYSIS REPORT -- FACILITIES ON REACH
NPDES NO. : IN0024520 D&B NO. : IND000871475 NEEDS (A/F) NO. : 180405001
NAME : SOUTH BEND CITY OF
ADDRESS : 3113 RIVERSIDE DR
CITY : SOUTH BEND	, STATE : IN	, ZIP :	|
SIC CODE : 4952 SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
RECEIVING STREAM : ST JOSEPH R

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REACH NO.
TYPE : STREAM REACH
04050001005 MILES
9.37
MAJOR/MINOR BASIN : 832
THERE ARE 17 FACILITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS REACH
FACILITIES WERE DETERMINED BY THE REACH NUMBERS FROM THE IFD FILE
THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES ARE ON THE REACH:
NPDES NUMBER
IN0000736
IN0000884
MI0039179
MI0027596
IN0000493
. MI0028665
IN0030848
IN0021458
MI0000833
MI0003972
IN0000787
* IN0024520
IN0025119
IN0043605
IN0020923
IN0025640
IN0020931
FACILITY NAME
UNIROYAL INC - MISHAWAKA
GENTNER PACKING COMPANY
NATIONAL STANDARD CO
NATIONAL-STANDARD COMPANY
IND-MICH ELECTRIC CO
EASTGATE CLEANERS & LAUNROMAT
GRISSOM MIDDLE SCHOOL
MISHAWAKA CITY OF
SIMPLICITY PATTERN CO
GREEN GIANT CO - NILES
A M GENERAL CORP
SOUTH BEND CITY OF
INDIANA AND MICHIGAN ELEC CO -
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD CO
INDIANA TOLL ROAD COMMISSION #
MISHAWAKA MUN UTILITIES
INDIANA TOLL ROAD COMMISSION #
MILES
0.54
2.44
3.67
5.93
7.47
9.81
10.46
12.09
12.54
13.28
13.95
14.52
16.82
17.55
SIC	FLOW (TGD)
3622	2320.000
4952	0.000
9512	270.000
3330	1520.000
2020	319000.000
3369	0.000
8211	0.000
4952	. . * 0.000
4911	320.000
3585	0.000
2015	0.000
4952	39000.000
4911	0.000
3471	0.500
4952	0.000
4952	10100.000
4952	0.000
L
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RF3 MDDM DRAFT
Index
A
ADMGDF file 41
B
boundaries 23, 26, 31
c
Cataloging Unit 1, 19, 23, 26, 31, 32
CITY file 1
coordinates 1, 19, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29,
32
CU
See Cataloging Unit
D
DAMS file 1
Digital Line Graph 1
digitizing tablet 3
discharger 31, 32
DLG
See Digital Line Graph
Draft Draw command 43
Drinking Water Supplies file 1
DRINKS
See Drinking Water Supplies file
G
GAGE
See Stream Gage/Flow file
GDDM
See Graphical Data Display Manager
Graphical Data Display Manager 2, 39, 41
plotting maps 2, 39, 41
printing maps 2, 39, 41
saving maps 2, 41
H
hardware requirements 3
I
IBM 2,3,39
IFD 45
See also Municipal/'Industrial Facility Dis-
charge file
M
mouse 3
Municipal/Industrial Facility Discharge file 1
N
National Databases 7
P
plotting maps 2, 39, 41
printing maps 2, 37, 39, 41
R
Reach File 1
Reach File version 1 1
Reach File version 2 1
Reach File version 3 1
RF1
See Reach File version 1
RF2
See Reach File version 2
RF3
See Reach File version 3
Index
48

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RF3 MDDM DRAFT
There is no practical limit to the number of coordinates that can be associated with any particular
entity.
4.4 UseofPRTMDDM
The < PF2 > key used in any of the hvdrologic maps will save both a graphics representation of
the current screen and a supporting report. These files are not standard files and require special
handling prior to hardcopy printing. A program called PRTMDDM was created to provide the
necessary interface to the various printers. The user is directed to the User's Guide for
PRTMDDM for complete details.
PRTMDDM is selection 11 from the RF3 Master Selection Menu. Once the user is ready to pnnt.
simply make this selection. A list of all the files waiting to be printed or deleted is presented. Enter
a 'P' to print or a 'D' to.delete. After selecting the files to print and pressing the < PF3 > key, the
user will be prompted to enter the following information:
Bin number
FIMAS id
Destination (remote printer id)
Printer type
The user must know the location (destination) for printing. The current default setting is the NCC
3800 printer. Its location id is Remote 999 (RMT999). If the user wishes to utilize another printer,
the remote location id is required. Contact NCC Technical User Support Services or your local
representative to determine the remote printer id. The printer must be a graphics printer, either a
3800 or a 3820. The user should use the NCC 3800 printer if theirs is not suitable.
If the user is unfamiliar with any of the other required information, they should contact NCC
Technical User Support Services or their local representative.
St,?
? \
I ^5557 s
4.0 USING RF3 MDDM WITH OTHER RF3 SUPPORT SOFTWARE	47

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RF3 MDDM DRAFT
RF3 MDDM 6
s
saving maps 2, 36, 41
SPF 37
STORET 3, 7, 45
Stream Gage/Flow file 1
u
United States 21
USGS Quad Sheet Maps 6, 20
w
water quality agency 1
Water Quality Analysis Branch 1
water quality station 1, 31, 32
Waterbody System 6
z
Zoom In command 42
Zoom Out command 43
$ % r
Index	49
H>

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Index ID's
id	File	Page
IFD	RF3MDDM	1
DRINKS	RF3MDDM	1
GAGE	RF3MDDM	1
RF1	RF3MDDM	1
RF2	RF3MDDM	1
RF3	RF3MDDM	1
DLG	RF3MDDM	I
CU	RF3MDDM	1
GDDM	RF3MDDM	2
ndex References
1) Municipal/Industrial Facility
Discharge file
1
1) Drinking Water Supplies file
1
1) Stream Gage/Flow file
1
1) Reach File version 1
1
1) Reach File version 2
1
1) Reach File version 3
1, 1
1) Digital Line Graph
1
1) Cataloging Unit
1, 5
1) Graphical Data Display Manager
2


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