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07.01.13 Mad River Watch Results
By: friendv3 (friendv3) 2013.07.03

Results from sampling on Monday July 1st show relatively low levels of E.coli at all sites, despite the relatively high water levels.  This could be due to the continuous flushing the rain June provided, preventing the build up of pollution in the watershed.

View results from July 1st (pdf)

Many thanks to our wonderful volunteers for their assisstance with this week's Mad River Watch program!

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Lab work -  Cyndee Button
Samplers - Susy Deane,  Fran & Gary Plewak, Maxine Grad & Elan Shems, Dave Gould
Posting Results - Ken & Ann Felderman
Data Entry - Chase Fortier


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