KRIS Big River: Chart Page
The chart on this page can not be modified, as it can in the CD version of the KRIS database. Data can be downloaded (see bottom of page).
||WQ: pH at Various Sites, 2001 (SWAMP)
||Caption: The pH is a measure of acid/base conditions in water with neutral being a value of 7 with lower values representing acid conditions and higher values basic or alkaline conditions. All of the samples collected in the Big River watershed under the SWAMP program in 2001 fell within the limits set by the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board Basin Plan for the Big River and its tributaries. (PRESS F7 FOR EASIER VIEWING). The abbreviated site names shown on the x-axis are as follows:
SFBIGD = South Fork Big River at Daugherty Creek
BIGHW20 = North Fork Big River at Highway 20
BIGMWD = Big River at Mendocino Woodlands
Note that a large number of other compounds were sampled, but are not plotted here. The complete data set is available in the Source Table. Click on the Info Links tab for more information.
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