Sample Information

3.5
0.01 12 No algae Colourless

1c;14;26;33

Your dataset indicates that this waterbody has a moderate ecological status.

Potential sources of nitrate pollution include fertiliser runoff, sewage discharge and livestock activities.
These values are expected to vary throughout the year as a result of weather patterns and changes in land use. Please help us to better understand this ecosystem by continuing to make measurements.
Geo coordinates of Local Area:
Latitude min and max: 51.594449100359 : 52.194449100359
Longitude min and max: -2.2518027313461 : -1.6518027313461
Average measurements from citizen scientists in your area:
Sample in the same area: 215
Average Phosphate concentration (mg/L): 0.035 ± 0.25. Your measurement: 0.01 mg/L
Average Nitrate concentration (mg/L): 12 ± 4.1. Your measurement: 3.5 mg/L
Average Turbidity (NTU): 50 ± 79. Your measurement: 12 NTU

 

 


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jleigh
Friday, January 12, 2018 - 09:00
General Information
English
Manually add latitude/longitude: 
no
Total number of participants : 
2.00
Device used: 
Web Site
Ecological
Freshwater body type: 
River
What is the land use in the immediate surroundings?: 
Grassland/shrub
What is the bank vegetation? (select all that apply): 
Grass
Is there any of the following on the water surface?: 
None
What aquatic life is there evidence of? (select all that apply): 
None
Hydrological
Estimate the water flow: 
Steady
Estimate the water level: 
Low
Chemical
Nitrate: 
2-5
Phosphate: 
<0.02
Optical
Water Quality – Secchi Tube (Turbidity).: 
<14
Estimate the water colour: 
Colourless
Sample for group: 
FWAG SW: Isbourne
Group question: 
Is the algae...
Are there any pollution sources in the immediate surroundings? (select all that apply)
Can you see evidence of the following water uses? (select all that apply)
What aquatic life is there evidence of? (select all that apply)
Estimate the water flow
Estimate the water level
Water Quality – Secchi Tube (Turbidity).