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Folsom South Canal At Grantline Rd Giardia ug/L Time Series Data

Measurements of Giardia collected at Folsom South Canal At Grantline Rd. Currently collected twice a year, previously collected quarterly. Access further information for this data set by contacting Bureau of Reclamation, California-Great Basin Region, Environmental Affairs Division (CGB-157). See ResultAttributes for STAFF_GAUGE, SMPL_DEPTH, SMPL_CATEGORY_NAME, METHOD_CODE, RESULT_RL, RESULT_RL-UNIT_STD_NAME, RESULT_MDL, RESULT_MDL-UNIT_STD_NAME, USBR_QA_SUBTYPE_NAME, USBR_QULFR_DESCRIPTION. STAFF_GAUGE is the water height in decimal feet measured by gauge (e.g., 15.2). SMPL_DEPTH is the vertical depth at which sample is collected (e.g., 0 - 15 cm). For water samples: depth below water/air interface. For sediment and soil samples: depth below water/solid or air/solid interface. SMPL_CATEGORY_NAME is the category type of sample (e.g., Composite). METHOD_CODE is the name of method used to obtain result (e.g., EPA 200.8). RESULT_RL is the result reporting limit (accounting for dilution) (e.g., 0.02). RESULT_RL-UNIT_STD_NAME is the unit associated with RESULT_RL (e.g., mg/L). RESULT_MDL is the result method detection limit (e.g., 0.007). RESULT_MDL-UNIT_STD_NAME is the unit associated with RESULT_MDL (e.g., mg/L). USBR_QA_SUBTYPE_NAME is the quality control type of the sample (e.g., USBR_BLANK_SPIKE). USBR_QULFR_DESCRIPTION is the quality assurance description (if any) (e.g., Result may have a high bias.).
Query Data
Generation Effort California-Great Basin Baseline Water Quality Monitoring
Type Time series
Modeled/Observed Item-observed-value
Start Date Tue May 22 2007 13:05:00 GMT-0600 (Mountain Daylight Time)
End Date Tue May 22 2007 13:05:00 GMT-0600 (Mountain Daylight Time)
Parameter Name Giardia
Parameter Group Microbiological Analytes
Parameter Transformation instant
Time Step periodic
Parameter Unit ug/L
Item Vertical Datum
Update Frequency biannually
Last Update Wednesday, June 30th, 2021


Data has been reviewed for accuracy, precision, and contamination. Human and mechanical errors remain possibilities. Please contact the RISE team for further information or questions about this data.