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 Abstract
 Acknowledgement
 Introduction
 Fluorescent tracer test design
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 Mass recoveries
 Discussion
 Conclusions
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 Appendices - Tracer test spectrofluorophotometer...
 Appendix 1. IS spectrofluorophotometer...
 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer...
 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test:...
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 Appendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer...
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 Appendix 7. SWS spectrofluorophotometer...
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Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility, Tallahassee, Florida Florida Department of Environmental Protection Florida Geological Survey Report of Investigation No. 111

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CONVERSION FACTORS This conversion table is for the convenience of readers who may prefer to use units other than those provided in the text of this report. MULTIPLY BY TO OBTAIN inch (in) 25.4 millimeter (mm) foot (ft) 0.3048 meter (m) mile (mi) 1 .609 kilometer (km) gallons (gal) 3.785 liter (L) gallons (gal) 0.003785 cubic meter (m3) gallons per minute (gal/min) 0.06308 liter per second (L/s) gallons per minute (gpm) 0.0022 cubic feet per second (ft3/s) cubic feet per second (ft3/s) 449 gallons per minute (gpm) pound avoirdupois (lb) 0.4536 kilogram (kg) millimeter (mm) 0.03937 inch (in) meter (m) 3.281 foot (ft) kilometer (km) 0.6214 mile (mi) liter (L) 0.2642 gallon (gal) cubic meter (m3) 264.172 gallons (gal) liters per second (L/s) 15.8503 gallons per minute (gal/min) liters per second (L/s) 0.03531 cubic feet per second (ft3/s) cubic meters per second (m3/s) 15,850.3231 gallons per minute (gal/min) gram(g) 0.03527 ounce (oz) kilogram (kg) 2.2046 pound (lb) Chemical concentrations and water temperatures are given in SI units. Chemical concentration is given in milligrams per liter (mg/L) or micrograms per liter (ug/L). Milligrams per liter is a unit expressing the concentration of chemical constituents in solution as weight (milligrams) of solute per unit volume (liter) of water. One thousand micrograms per liter is equivalent to one milligram per liter. For concentrations less than 7,000 mg/L, the numerical value is the same as for concentrations in parts per million (ppm). Parts per billion (ppb) is used for extremely dilute concentrations, where one ppb would equal one-one thousandth of a ppm. Fluorescence and turbidity are herein recorded in millivolts (mV) representing raw data from the recording instruments. Fluorescent wave length, is expressed in nannometers (nm). One nm is equivalent to one-millonth of a millimeter. Water temperature is given in degrees Celsius (C), which can be converted to degrees Fahrenheit (F) by the following equation: F = 1.8(C) + 32 Sea level: In this report, "sea level" refers to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD of 1929) a geodetic datum derived from a general adjustment of the firstorder level nets of both the United States and Canada, formerly called "Mean Sea Level of 1929."

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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Herschel T. Vinyard Jr., Secretary REGULATORY PROGRAMS Jeff Littlejohn, Deputy Secretary FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Jonathan Arthur, State Geologist and Director Report of Investigation No. 111Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility, Tallahassee, FloridaBy Todd Kincaid, Gareth Davies, Christopher Werner, and Rodney DeHanPublished for the FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Tallahassee, Florida 2012

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ii Florida Geological Survey Tallahassee, FL 2012 ISSN 0160-0931

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iii CONTENTS Page Abstract. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi Acknowledgements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 General Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Objectives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Fluorescent Tracer Test Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Tracers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Near-Field Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Intermediate-Field Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Far-Field Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Results: Tracer Recovery & Fluorescence Measurement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Analytically Measured Tracer Recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Fluorescence Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Mass Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Discussion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Flow Paths and Velocities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Aquifer/Matrix Interactions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Mass Recovery Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 References. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Appendices Tracer test spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Appendix 1. IS spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test: SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . .75 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Appendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF tracer test: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data. . . . . .137 Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluorophotometer data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 FIGURES Figure 1. Map showing the location of injections and sampling points used in the SESF tracer study relative to spring discharges, swallets, previously traced groundwater flow pathways, mapped underwater caves, and an approximation of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer system . . . . . . . . . . .3 Figure 2. Pictures of injection system and sampling station setup for the January 26, 2006 AR92 injections and near-field tracer study . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Figure 3. Pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injections at Turf Pond Swallet and well SE06 on March 9, 2006. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Figure 4. Map showing the location of positive and negative detections and the resulting tracer-defined connections from the 2006 SESF tracer study.. . . . . . . .11

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iv Figure 5. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ1 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Figure 6. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ2 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .14 Figure 7. Tracer recovery curves at well SE10 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).. . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Figure 8. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .16 Figure 9. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla vent shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .17 Figure 10. Tracer recovery curves at Indian Spring shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .18 Figure 11. Tracer recovery curves at Sally Ward Spring shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .19 Figure 12. Tracer recovery curves at McBride's Slough shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom). . . . . . . . . . . .20 Figure 13. Composite of normalized AY73 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride’s Slough (bottom). . . . .21 Figure 14. Composite of normalized AR87 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride’s Slough (bottom) .. . . . .22 Figure 15. Composite of normalized AR92 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride’s Slough (bottom) . . . . .23 Figure 16. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in the middle of the open-hole interval at well SJ2 showing the raw measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to water level measured in the well by the USGS during part of the record period normalized in the same manner (bottom) . .26 Figure 17. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed at Wakulla B-Tunnel showing the raw measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to flow measured in B-Tunnel measured by the FGS during part of the record period normalized in the same manner (bottom) . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Figure 18. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in the middle of the open-hole interval in well SE10 showing the raw measure ments (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges (bottom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Figure 19. Normalized fluorescence with AY73 and AR92 concentrations in well SE10 (top), AY73 concentrations at well SJ2 (middle), and AY73 concentrations at Wakulla B-Tunnel (bottom) .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

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v Figure 20. Normalized Green and Red Fluorescence and AY73, AR87, and AR92 concentrations in well SE10 relative to normalized ow in the St. Marks River measured by the USGS downstream of the River Rise during the record period. Solid lines other than ow are 5-per moving average lines, which equate to the average daily value measured at the sampling station. . . . . . . . . . .31 Figure 21. Cumulative AY73 (top) and AR87 (bottom) tracer mass recovery curves for all spring sampling stations where the tracers were detected . . . . . .33 Figure 22. Probable conduit flow zones as estimated from tracer defined groundwater flow pathways from the SESF to Wakulla, Indian, Sally Ward Springs, and McBride’s Slough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Figure 23. Comparative travel times determined from the AR92 and AY73 tracer recovery curves for well SJ2 (top) and Wakulla B-Tunnel (middle) relative to the timing of the respective injections and water levels and flow measured in well SJ2 and the St. Marks River during the study period (bottom). . . .37 Figure 24. Tracer recovery curves measured for a tracer test through the WakullaLeon Sinks Cave System in the Woodville Karst Plain, performed in 2005 showing an apparent 80 percent reduction in mass recovery along a mapped conduit flow path leading to Wakulla Spring . . . . . . . . . .39 TABLES Table 1. Wells used for injections and sampling.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Table 2. SESF tracer test injection times. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Table 3. Natural discharge sampling locations.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Table 4. Estimated linear distance between injection and sampling locations for the nearand far-field tracer tests (miles). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Table 5. Tracer detection wavelengths ( nm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Table 6. Summary of sampling results for all sampling stations used in the 2006 SESF tracer study. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Table 7. Statistics for in situ fluorescence measurements. . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Table 8. Estimated tracer mass recoveries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Table 9. Peak tracer travel times and associated minimum groundwater velocities . . .34

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ABSTRACT The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Springs Initiative Program and the Florida Geological Survey initiated collaborative groundwater tracing study in 2005 in order to delineate the direction and rate of groundwater ow passing beneath the City of Tallahassees wastewater spray eld (Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility) and to identify any springs at which that groundwater discharged in the St. Marks and Wakulla watersheds. The study was carried out by Hazlett-Kincaid, Inc. (HKI), Cambrian Ground Water (CGW), and Florida State University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (FSUGFDI) in cooperation with the City of Tallahassee and the U.S. Geological Survey. Three tracer injections were performed in January and March of 2006 into three wells located on the northern side of the spray eld and one swallet (sinking stream) located on the southeastern part of the property using the uorescent dyes phloxine-b, uranine, and eosin. Sampling was conducted at nine wells located at and beyond the southern boundary of the property, four springs in the St. Marks River watershed, two points in the St. Marks River above Natural Bridge, and ve springs in the Wakulla River watershed for a period of between two and fourteen months after the March 2006 injection. The water samples were analyzed in a laboratory for the presence and relative amount of the injected tracers. One or more of the uorescent dyes was detected at ve of the wells and ve of the springs. The springs at which the uorescent dyes were detected include: Wakulla Spring, Sally Ward Spring, Indian Spring, and one or more of the small springs contributing to ow in McBride Slough. The fastest travel times to those springs established by uorescent tracer breakthrough curves ranged from approximately 60-65 days after the injections with subsequent smaller pulses of tracer-laden water arriving at Wakulla Spring and McBride Slough as late as approximately one year after the injections. None of the uorescent tracers were recovered from any of the spring and river sampling locations in the St. Marks River watershed. The primary conclusion derived from this study was that groundwater from the City of Tallahassees Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility primarily ows southwest to Wakulla Spring at a rate of between 671 and 977 feet per day. The additional tracer detections at Indian, Sally Ward and McBride Slough Springs are believed to be over ow from the primary conduit ow path driven by local hydraulic variations such as conduit constrictions or in lling. The traced ow paths followed the previously mapped potentiometric surface nearly directly down-gradient. More generally, the results of this study demonstrate the efcacy of dye tracing over long distances in the Floridan aquifer system.vi

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Our ongoing work in the Woodville Karst Plain of north Florida, including this tracer study, has been funded by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Springs Initiative and the Florida Geological Survey. The City of Tallahassee and the U.S. Geological Survey collaborated and provided instrumental assistance with the spray eld tracer test. Managers Sandy Cook and Brian Fugate of Ed Ball Wakulla Springs State Park have consistently provided the necessary access to collect data at the springs as well as accommodations and a base of operations for our researchers and assistants. Special thanks are also extended to the following people for their personal help with the work: Randy Bond, Eric Chicken, Hal Davis, Jarrod Jablonski, Cal Jamison, David Loper, Casey McKinlay, Brent Meyer and Jamie Shakar. A number of organizations assisted with property access, equipment and volunteer labor and we express our appreciation to Extreme Exposure, Inc., Friends of Wakulla Springs, Geo-Hydros, LLC, Global Underwater Explorers, Halcyon Manufacturing, St. Joe Company, U.S. Forest Service, and YMCA CIS. Florida Geological Survey staff completed the nal publication formatting and review, and our thanks are extended to Jon Arthur, Doug Calman, Rick Copeland, Rick Green, Jackie Lloyd, Harley Means, Frank Rupert and Tom Scott.vii

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1 Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility, Tallahassee, FloridaBy Todd Kincaid, Gareth Davies, Christopher Werner, PG #2366, and Rodney DeHanINTRODUCTION General Overview The City of Tallahassee's Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility (SEF) receives secondarily treated wastewater and disperses it onto the land surface via center-pivot irrigators at an average rate of approximately 17 million gallons per day (City of Tallahassee, 2007). The system is intended to provide removal of nutrients and other contaminants through oxidation on the land surface and plant uptake from the infiltrating water. It became operational in 1981, encompassing 1,000 acres. The SEF was expanded in 1982 to 1,500 acres, in 1986 to 1,896 acres, and in 1999 to 2,159 acres (Chelette et al, 2002). Nitrate levels in groundwater monitoring wells installed in the upper Floridan aquifer system (FAS) beneath the SEF increased precipitously after the SEF became operational, rising from ~0.5 mg/L in 1980 to as much as 10 mg/L in the 1990's and stabilizing at ~6 mg/L by 2000 (Chelette et al, 2002). During the same period, nitrate levels measured at Wakulla Spring rose from ~0.2-0.3 mg/L between 1971 and 1976, to >1.0 mg/L in the late 1980's, and then back to ~0.7-0.8 mg/L between 1998 and 2000 (Chelette et al, 2002). The increased nitrate levels are thought to be the primary cause of algae growth and enhanced Hydrilla growth that have resulted in significant harm to the ecosystems supported by Wakulla Spring and the Wakulla River (Hand, 2005). Given the apparent correlation between nitrate increases in Wakulla Spring and in FAS groundwater beneath the SEF, considerable attention became focused on the SEF as a significant source of nitrate contamination to the spring by 2000. Further attention was directed toward the SEF when Chelette et al. (2002) reported nutrient budget calculations for the St. Marks and Wakulla River watersheds that attributed 40 percent of the nitrate loading in the Wakulla Springs contributory area to the SEF. The balance of the increase is thought to be from septic system operations, the application of fertilizers on lawns, and from atmospheric deposition. In response to growing concerns about the fate of nitrate released to the FAS from the SEF, the City of Tallahassee approved a three-year study with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to, in part, develop a model of nitrate transport through the upper FAS. In concert with that effort, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Springs Initiative Program (FDEP-SI) and the Florida Geological Survey (FGS) initiated a collaborative groundwater tracing study that was carried out by Hazlett-Kincaid, Inc. (HKI), Cambrian Ground Water (CGW), the Florida State University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (FSU-GFDI), the USGS, and the City of Tallahassee. The purpose of the study was to identify potential groundwater flow paths between the SEF and down-gradient springs using injected artificial tracers. 1

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 2 The study was broken out into two separate components, each using different types of artificial tracers and conducted in parallel. HKI, CGW, and FSU-GFDI conducted two sets of tracer tests using fluorescent dyes. The USGS also conducted two sets of tests but used a bacteriophage as the tracer. This report summarizes the results of the fluorescent dye tracer tests. The bacteriophage tests were not successful (Hal Davis, USGS Tallahassee, 2006, personal communication). Objectives The primary objective of this study was to identify the springs in St. Marks and/or Wakulla River watersheds to which groundwater flowing from the SEF discharges and record the travel-times as defined by the lag between tracer injection and recoveries. Subordinate objectives focused on using the tracer recovery curves to evaluate hydraulic properties of the Floridan aquifer system associated with karstic conduit flow to springs. These included: delineation of complete or nearly-complete tracer recovery curves at the primary spring discharge(s) description of the probable hydraulic mechanisms responsible for the shape of those curves estimation of mass recoveries at all springs where the tracer(s) were recovered evaluation of the effectiveness of in situ tracer detection devices for long term groundwater tracing studies FLOURESCENT TRACER TEST DESIGN Groundwater tracing with artificial tracers, such as fluorescent dyes, involves adding a label to the groundwater that can be identified if that same water is sampled at a different location. The SEF traces were designed as quantitative tracer tests, which involved the injection of known quantities of tracer and the subsequent measurement of tracer breakthrough curves (the trend in fluorescence or tracer concentration from background levels to peak concentration and back to background levels) at down-gradient sampling points. When properly designed and executed, quantitative artificial tracer tests provide the most reliable data on groundwater flow patterns and velocities that can be obtained. Breakthrough curve analysis provides for: increased confidence in the identification of the injected tracer accurate measurement of groundwater velocities using the approximate time-topeak concentrations an estimate of other pertinent hydraulic properties including longitudinal dispersivity, Reynolds Number and Peclet Number an assessment of hydraulic conditions in conduits, interconnected pathways fractures and the rock matrix This study involved well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring types of artificial tracer experiments. Injections were performed in three wells located along the northern boundary of the SEF and in Turf Pond swallet located on the east-southeast boundary of the property (Figure 1). Complexities in the design and execution of the testing stemmed from the

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 3 3 large distances between the injection and the sampled spring discharges and by the lack of data describing the hydraulic conductivity of the FAS in the SEF and Woodville regions. In order to address the complexities most effectively, tracer tests were planned for three progressively larger scales of investigation. A near-field test was designed to identify flow paths and velocities across the SEF. This test used well-to-well traces between the three injection wells located on the northern side of the SEF and nine monitoring wells distributed across the southern side of the SEF and within the property that borders the SEF immediately to the south. An intermediate scale of investigation was planned in which sinkhole-to-spring tracer tests would be performed from the Woodville region to the Wakulla-area and St. Marks area springs. Finally, a far-field test was planned to follow the two smaller scale investigations. This test design consisted of well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring traces wherein the travel time data collected from the two previous studies would be used to calculate the quantity of dye and time required to successfully detect tracers injected into SEF monitoring wells and the Turf Pond swallet at the down-gradient springs. Figure 1. Map showing the location of injections and sampling points used in the SEF tracer study relative to spring discharges, swallets, previously traced groundwater flow pathways, mapped underwater caves, and an approximation of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer system.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 4 Tracers Three U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved fluorescent dyes were used as tracers for the SEF study: phloxine-B, or color index (C.I.) Acid Red 92 (AR92), uranine, or C.I. Acid Yellow 73 (AY73), and eosin, or C.I. Acid Red 87, (AR87). These tracers were chosen because they are environmentally harmless, are not known to adsorb to rocks and sediments, can be detected at very low concentrations (~0.01 ppb), and can be readily distinguished from one another. Three dyes were used such that the results of the near-field (well-to-well) and far-field (well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring) tracer studies could be described separately for sampling stations at which all three dyes were detected. Near-Field Test The purpose of the near-field test was primarily to define groundwater flow pathways and velocities across the SEF by injecting a fluorescent tracer into three wells located along the northern side of the SEF and sampling for the tracer in down-gradient wells along the southern boundary and two wells located in the St. Joe Company property approximately one mile south of the boundary (Figure 1). The injection and sampling wells were chosen based on the recorded trend in nitrate concentration and the depth of the open-hole intervals in the wells. Preference was given primarily to wells showing higher nitrate concentrations and a more rapid response to documented changes in the spray field practices that would likely have had an impact on nitrate levels. Wells with the same or similar open-hole completion intervals were also considered. Table 1 provides a list of the injection and sampled wells and shows the depth of the open interval and the nitrate concentration evaluated in the selection. The older sample dates reflect a Northwest Florida Water Management District meter with earlier records. Three injections were performed nearly simultaneously in wells SE06, SE40, and SE11S on January 26, 2006, wherein 5 kg of phloxine-B (AR92) were injected into each well (Figure 2). The Table 1. Wells used for injections and sampling. INJ: injection; AS: auto sample; IFF: in situ filter flourometer; GRAB: grab sampled; NR: no record. Well IDSampling MethodOpen Interval (feet below land surface) Nitrate (mg/L)Sample Year SE06INJ101 1020.651989 SE40INJ164 194NRNR SE11SINJNR 8814.81989 SE50AS, GRAB125 1290.41989 SE22AS, GRAB102 12710.71989 SE22AAS, GRABNR 121~41989 SE10AS, IFF124 1336.191989 SE21AS, GRAB125 1396.181989 SE51AS, GRAB146 170NRNR SE53GRAB93 1008.431989 SJ1AS190 240~22005 SJ2AS, IFF75 137~22005 SJ7GRAB, IFFNRNRNR

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 5 5 injections were performed by mixing powdered dye with tap water into a 35-gallon container at each well and then using a siphon tube to deliver the dye/water mixture to approximately the middle of the open-hole interval. After the 35 gallons of dye/water mixture was injected, approximately 210 gallons of additional water was injected as a slug-chaser through the same tube. This was done by refilling the dye container with water and letting the siphon continue until all 210 gallons were injected. All water injected was pumped from the respective wells prior to the injection and stored in the 35-gallon containers beside the well. Injection times are provided in Table 2. Automatic water samplers were originally set up at SE22, SE22A, SE21, SE10, SE50, SE51, SJ1 and SJ2. Sample intervals were set to 2-hour intervals for approximately the first two weeks of the test. Afterwards, they were progressively adjusted to 4-hour, then 6hour, and finally 12-hour intervals as the tracer test progressed. Equipment problems and water level declines forced the samplers at SE22, SE22A, SE21, and SE51 to be dismantled. Afterward those wells along with well SE53 and eventually SJ7 were grab-sampled at an initial interval of approximately 2-3 times per week and subsequently once per week. Automatic sampling was conducted by pumping water through a tube from approximately the middle of the open-hole interval with a small peristaltic or self-priming diaphragm pump into a bucket from which the automatic water sampler withdrew the water samples. Pumping was activated by a timer such that approximately 5-10 gallons of water were pumped into the bucket before the samples were collected. This ensured that both the tube and the bucket were sufficiently purged prior to sampling. Grab samples were taken with a weighted bailer and line such that the bailer was allowed to drop to approximately the middle of the open-hole interval before being lifted out of the well. Figure 2 provides representative pictures of the injection and sampling station setups. Intermediate Field Test The purpose of the intermediate-field test was to characterize groundwater flow paths and velocities in the Woodville region such that those patterns could be incorporated into the planning and design of the far-field test. FSU-GFDI and the FGS/FDEP performed a field reconnaissance in the region to identify sinkholes that could be used as potential tracer injection sites as defined by access to measurably flowing groundwater. No features could be identified that could be judged suitable for performing the intermediate-field test and the intermediate scale test was therefore abandoned. Instead, the results of the near-field test were used to facilitate an effective design of the far-field test. Table 2. SEF tracer test injection times. InjectionDateStart TimeEnd Time SE06-AR921/26/06 14:0715:50 SE40-AR921/26/0614:4016:30 SE11S-AR921/26/0615:1016:45 Turf Pond Sink AR873/9/0610:1510:22 SE06-AY733/9/0612:0014:00 SE40-AY733/9/0613:3015:00

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 6 Figure 2. Pictures of injection system and sampling station setup for the January 26, 2006 AR92 injections and near-field tracer study. Filling chaser water into containers prior to injection. Mixing powdered AR92 into a container for injection. Siphon injection system. Installing pump and tube into monitoring well for sampling. SE21 sampling station. SE22 and SE22A sampling station.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 7 7 Far-Field Test The purpose of the far-field test was to inject sufficient quantities of tracer into points within the SEF and detect the tracer at one or more of the down-gradient springs (Figure 1). Four injections were performed on March 9, 2006. The first injection was performed at Turf Pond swallet (Figure 1) at 10:15 AM. Sixty kilograms of eosin (AR87) were injected into the creek immediately upstream of the swallet by pouring the dye in concentrated liquid form from five-gallon containers into the creek. The next three injections were performed consecutively in the same wells that were used for the near-field test and at the same open-hole intervals. Twenty kilograms of uranine (AY73) were injected into each well for a total of 60 kg of injected tracer. As before, the uranine dye (in concentrated liquid form) was mixed with water into a 35-gallon container beside the well and gravity-fed into the open-hole interval of the well with a siphon tube. Once the container with the dye mixture was emptied, it was refilled with clean water that had been pumped from the injection well prior to the test and siphoned into the well as a slug-chaser. That process was repeated five more times for a total chaser injection of 210 gallons. Figure 3 provides pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injection setups. Injection times are listed in Table 2. Sampling was conducted at the same wells as were sampled for the near-field test and at ten down-gradient natural discharge points. Regular sampling was conducted at all stations for at least one month after the March 9 injections. Sampling at the most probable detection points was continued for between 9 and 13 months after the injections. Automatic water sampling provided the primary method of sample collection. Grab samples were collected periodically from lower probability potential detection points because we did not have a sufficient number of automatic water samplers to cover all stations. Grab sampling was also used to fill in the gaps when automatic samplers failed and required servicing. Table 3 lists the sampled natural discharge points and shows how the location was sampled and the approximate elevation at the sampling point. Table 4 lists all of the sampled locations and the distance between that point and the injections locations. In addition to the auto-samplers, in situ filter flourometers (IFF) were installed at wells SJ-2, SE10, NB, and WB. They were set up to read fluorescence in the red (AR92), green (AY73), and blue (natural fluorescence) wavelengths at 15-minute intervals. The IFF at SJ2, NB, and WB were installed immediately following the March 9 injections providing for a measure of background fluorescence at all three wavelength ranges. The IFF at SE10 was added after the completion of the initial sampling period to replace the auto-sampler. The latter could not be used due to falling water table elevations which left inadequate volumes of water available to be pumped for sampling. The IFFs at wells SJ2 and SE10 were installed directly into the well below at approximately the middle of the open-hole interval. The IFF at NB was installed in a darkened perforated pipe oriented perpendicular to the natural flow of the St. Marks River upstream of Natural Bridge such that flow was directed into the pipe at one end, past the IFF, and out the other end. The IFF at WB was installed in a darkened container next to the WB sampling station where water was pumped continuously from the well into the container.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 8 Figure 3. Pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injections at Turf Pond swallet and well SE06 on March 9, 2006. Table 3. Natural discharge sampling locations. Sampling Station Station Abbrev. Sampling Method Surf. Elev.1 (ft) Horn Spring/Chicken BranchHRN-CHKGRAB13 Natural BridgeNBIFF, GRAB9 Rhodes SpringRSGRAB14 Monroe SpringMSGRAB16 St. Marks River RiseSMRRAS9 Newport SpringNSGRAB10 McBride SloughMBEAS7 Wakulla B-TunnelWBAS, IFF17 Wakulla VentWVAS5 Sally Ward SpringSWSGRAB, AS5 Indian SpringISAS, IFF5 1estimated feet above mean sea level from USGS 7.5 minute quadrangle Eosin (AR87) dye headed for Turf Pond Sink. Transporting the AR87 to Turf Pond Sink. AR87 injection in Turf Pond Sink. AY73 siphon injection at well SE06.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 9 9 RESULTS: TRACER RECOVERY & FLUORESCENCE MEASUREMENT Analytically Measured Tracer Recovery Water samples collected at each of the sampling stations were transferred to sealed five ml glass test tubes, stored in coolers and shipped to Oak Ridge, Tennessee for laboratory analysis using a scanning spectrofluorophotometer. The instrument evaluates the fluorescence of a water sample by synchronously scanning the sample with light over the spectrum of excitation wavelengths for the tracers and then measuring the wavelength spectrum that is emitted from the sample due to the fluorescence of the specific compounds (Willard et al., 1988). Each analysis scans the spectrum from 458 nm to 618 nm, which captures the entire emission wavelengths of the injected tracers and Table 4. Estimated linear distance between injection and sampling locations for the nearand far-field tracer tests (miles). Calculated with DeLorme Topo US, version 6, mapping software. Station IDSE06 SE40SE11STurf Pond SE060.000.550.831.91 SE400.550.000.291.36 SE11S0.830.290.001.08 SE501.551.721.912.74 SE221.341.371.532.29 SE22A1.331.341.492.24 SE101.291.201.322.02 SE211.321.141.211.82 SE511.411.221.291.85 SE531.531.151.101.39 SJ12.172.082.162.63 SJ22.172.082.162.63 SJ73.353.223.263.51 HRN-CHK5.154.634.413.55 NB6.245.845.715.19 RS5.985.615.505.06 MS6.245.865.735.26 SMRR6.896.506.375.85 NS10.6510.4110.3610.13 MBE11.0611.2011.3411.84 WB10.4410.5010.6110.96 WV11.0211.1611.3111.81 SWS10.9511.1211.2811.84 IS10.8111.0311.2111.84

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 part of the emission range generated by some of the natural fluorescent compounds present. If one or more of the dyes is present in the sample, specific peaks will be present in the emission spectrum that correspond to the respective dyes (Table 5). If none of the dyes are present, no peaks will be present at those specific locations on the emission spectrum. It will instead only document background fluorescence produced by natural compounds such as tannins and potentially other anthropomorphic compounds that produce their own fluorescence signature. At higher tracer concentrations, the emission peak for the respective dyes more closely approximates, or is slightly higher than, the ideal emission peak for that compound. At lower tracer concentrations, particularly in waters with high natural fluorescence such as most waters in the Woodville Karst Plain (WKP), the variance in the emission peak wavelength increases due to the presence of other fluorescent compounds with similar emission peak wavelengths. Thus, "recovery" of the tracers is not only predicated on the detection of the tracer compound in any specific water sample but more precisely on the detection and measurement of the tracer in many sequential samples wherein the measured concentrations plot in the form of a breakthrough curve that marks the passage of the tracer at the sampling station. The AY73 and AR87 tracers from the far-field test were detected at relatively high concentrations at both Wakulla B-Tunnel and Wakulla vent. Smaller quantities were also detected at Indian and Sally Ward Springs, and McBride Slough. Very low levels of the AR92 tracer from the near-field test were also detected at all of those stations. All three tracers were detected at relatively high levels at wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10. Lesser levels of the tracers were sporadically detected at well SE22A and SJ7 but those data were not plotted as recovery curves. Observations of water clarity and color made by SEF personnel periodically at the injection wells indicated that the tracers move fairly rapidly away from wells SE06 and SE11S but persisted for several months at SE40. The travel times from the injection locations to Wakulla B-Tunnel, as determined by the arrival of the peak concentration on the tracer recovery curves, were approximately 65 days based on the near-field test and approximately 60 days based on both of the far-field injections. Periodic lower level detections persisted at all of the stations described above for several months and nearly a year at Wakulla B-Tunnel and Wakulla vent. None of the injected tracers were recovered at the St. Marks River upstream of Natural Bridge, Rhodes Spring, or Newport Spring. Minor fluorescence peaks within the spectral ranges for AY73 and AR92 detections were recorded at Monroe Spring and the St. Marks River Rise; however the presence of the injected tracers was not confirmed by laboratory analyses, nor were a sufficient number of detections in the form of a break-through curve recorded to indicate the presence of the injected tracers. Figure 4 shows the locations of positive and negative detections and the tracer-defined connections between the injection wells and Turf Pond swallet, and the springs where the tracers were recovered. Table 5. Tracer detection wavelengths ( nm) TracerMinMaxIdeal AR92555565562 AR87533550537 AY73512525514 10

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 11 Figure 4. Map showing the location of positive and negative detections and the resulting tracer-defined connections from the 2006 SEF tracer study.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 Table 6 shows the number of samples collected at each station and the number of positive detections for each of the three tracers. A full record of the positive detection data is provided in Appendix I. The tracers were considered to be "recovered" only when a sufficient number of positive detections enabled the construction of a breakthrough curve. Figures 5-12 provide breakthrough curves showing all positive detections for each of the sampling stations where one or more of the dyes were recovered. Three discrete anomalously high points, possibly due to instrument failure or "drift", were removed from the recovery curve for AR87 at the McBride Slough (MBE) sampling station (Figure 12). Those points are highlighted in Appendix I. Figures 13 15 provide composites of the measured breakthrough curves relative to time after the respective injections. 12 Table 6. Summary of sampling results for all sampling stations used in the 2006 SEF tracer study. NA not applicable, no tracer detected Total number of samples collected and analyzed: 5,262 Total number of positive tracer detections: 6,485 note that one sample can contain 3 dyes and therefore three positive dete ctions StationNo. SamplesFirst Sample Last Sample No. AR92 No. AR87 No. AY73 First Detect Last Detect SE501921/26/0611/16/060474/7/068/30/06 SE221492/3/064/18/06007NANA SE22A622/1/068/21/0652104/7/068/21/06 SE105881/26/069/18/064411014062/14/069/18/06 SE211211/26/0611/16/0614134/4/068/30/06 SE511061/26/066/30/061355/23/066/30/06 SE53412/4/067/18/061114/7/068/30/06 SJ16131/26/0611/21/062004524522/5/0611/21/06 SJ26811/26/069/18/061444925072/4/069/18/06 SJ744/13/065/3/060404/13/065/3/06 HRN-CHK422/6/0611/16/06000NANA NB142/1/064/4/06000NANA RS502/1/0611/16/06000NANA MS672/2/0611/16/060136/03/068/01/06 SMRR4061/30/064/27/07012126/14/063/9/07 NS472/1/0611/16/06000NANA MBE5172/1/064/27/0713292414/5/063/30/07 WB4132/1/064/12/07273403413/23/064/12/07 WV4782/1/0611/21/06133863943/29/0611/21/06 SWS3322/1/0611/21/06202772803/31/0611/21/06 IS3392/2/069/20/06102402993/10/069/20/06

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 13 13 Figure 5. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ1 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 14 Figure 6. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ2 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 15 15 Figure 7. Tracer recovery curves at well SE10 shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 16 Figure 8. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 17 17 Figure 9. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla vent shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 18 Figure 10. Tracer recovery curves at Indian Spring shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 19 19 Figure 11. Tracer recovery curves at Sally Ward Spring shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 20 Figure 12. Tracer recovery curves at McBride Slough shown by sample date (top) and by days after the respective injections (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 21 21 Figure 13. Composite of normalized AY73 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride Slough (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 22 Figure 14. Composite of normalized AR87 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride Slough (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 23 23 Figure 15. Composite of normalized AR92 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride Slough (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 24 REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 Fluorescence Curves Fluorescence in the emission range of the three injected tracers was measured with IFFs (Schnegg and Costa, 2002). This was done to 1) provide an independent confirmation of the breakthrough curves generated from the water samples analyzed with the spectrofluorophotometer; 2) to produce higher resolution delineations of key breakthrough curves; 3) augment sampling capacity; and 4) evaluate the potential for using IFFs as the primary sampling and analytical tools for future tracer studies. IFFs were deployed at SJ2, SE10, WB, and NB for the duration of the SEF study. The IFFs were deployed in conjunction with automatic water samplers at SJ2 and WB. Grab samples were regularly collected from NB to verify fluorescence curves and peaks recorded at the NB IFF. An IFF was deployed at SE10 but only for the late part of the study after the automatic water sampler at that location was dismantled. The IFFs provide different information than the laboratory analysis in that they record total fluorescence in the respective emission ranges rather than only the intensity of a synchronous emission peak occurring in that range. The IFFs measure fluorescence in three narrow wavebands, as well as turbidity and temperature. The three wavebands (channels) are set up for: 1) the AY73 emission range (green channel); 2) Rhodamine WT (RWT) that we did not use but which covers the majority of the AR92 emission range (red channel); and 3) an optical brightener dye that we did not use but which also spans the same range as organic compounds including the tannins common to WKP waters (blue channel). The emission wavelength for AR87 is not measured by any of the built-in IFF fluorescence channels but the AR87 spectrum tail overlaps both the adjacent AY73 and RWT wavebands. AR87 intensity can therefore be calculated from the total fluorescence measured by the AY73 and RWT wavebands and a measure of the cross-fluorescence areas, assuming all the peaks are Gaussian (Smart and Smart, 1992). Those calculations were not, however, performed as part of this test because a sufficient number of samples were analyzed on the spectrofluorophotometer to identify the presence of AR87 if it occurred at the sampled stations. If either AY73 or AR92 are present in the water at the time of measurement, the IFF will record the intensity of fluorescence due to those compounds plus any fluorescence in that range from other fluorescent natural compounds such as tannins, humic and fulvic acids, chlorophyll, AR87, or other anthropogenic fluorescent compounds. The IFFs are therefore significantly less precise than the spectrofluorophotometer and, because of this, water sampling and analysis was used to verify or refute any fluorescence response that could be interpreted as one of the injected tracers. The value of the IFF data is the density of measurements that can reveal significantly more detailed structure on the recovery curves. In addition, the temperature and turbidity channels provide an ability to account for natural fluorescence changes in the calculation of tracer response. Table 7 records the deployment duration, total number of measurements recorded, and some basic statistics for each of the fluorescence bands, turbidity, and temperature for each of the four IFFs deployed during the SEF study. The raw measurements can be provided upon request. Figures 16 22 present the fluorescence plots from the four stations. Figure 19 provides a comparison of fluorescence measured by the IFFs and tracer concentration measured by the spectrofluorophotmeter at SJ2, WB, and SE10. All plots show the six-hour average of the original 15-minute data. For convenience, all measurements presented in the figures have been normalized to the range of records as follows:

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 25 25 Fluor norm = Fluor/(Fluor max -Fluor min ); where Fluornorm = the normalized fluorescence (mV), Fluor = the fluorescence reading (mV), Fluormax = maximum fluorescence recorded at the sampling station (mV), and Fluormin = minimum fluorescence recorded at the sampling station (mV). The green channel curve on Figure 16 marks the passage of a green fluorescent substance at well SJ-2, which was confirmed as the injected AY73 tracer by spectrofluorophotmeter analysis. The protracted tail is indicative of dispersion and possibly multiple flow paths conveying groundwater, and thus the tracer down-gradient toward the spring discharges at different velocities. Multiple flow paths were also qualitatively indicated by significant variation in the time required for the dyes to leave the injection wells. The red channel curve on Figure 16 marks the passage of a red fluorescent substance that tracked with turbidity, which is common when no dye is present in the water. AR-92 (red dye) was not confirmed through spectrofluorophotmeter analysis, though it was detected in numerous samples from SJ-2 prior to installing the IFF (see Figure 6). The blue fluorescence curve on Figure 16 marks values from the blue channel and was likely tracking natural fluorescence which appears to be related to groundwater levels measured in well SJ-2 (see bottom plot on Figure 16). Table 7. Statistics for in situ fluorescence measurements. SJ2SE10WBNB Deployment Date:3/10/068/8/062/8/063/8/06 Retrieval Date:4/20/073/6/078/28/073/7/07 No. of measurements21,14817,27743,13029,018 Max Green Fluor. (mV)5.263.988.369.54 Min Green Fluor. (mV)0.643.52-4.920.21 Max Red Fluor. (mV)5.982.106.5215.45 Min Red Fluor. (mV)0.861.741.480.24 Max Blue Fluor. (mV)1.473.142.8017.40 Min Blue Fluor. (mV)0.662.94-0.920.15 Max Turbidity (mV):5355211,3862,486 Min Turbidity (mV):12641533885 Max Baseline (mV):14.4913.9349.2623.57 Min Baseline (mV):13.7113.8213.6013.78 Baseline STDEV (mV):0.070.010.542.08 Max Temp ( o C):21.4624.1132.5923.77 Min Temp ( o C):20.7521.4717.5711.26 Temp STDEV ( o C):0.050.021.050.12

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 26 Figure 16. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in the middle of the open-hole interval at well SJ2 showing the raw measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to water level measured in the well by the USGS during part of the record period normalized in the same manner (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 27 The green channel curve on Figure 17 marks the passage of a green fluorescent substance at Wakulla B-Tunnel between April and June 2006, which was confirmed as the injected AY73 tracer by spectrofluorophotmeter analysis. The curve is relatively Gaussian, indicating that the tracer had converged into one flow path by the time it reached BTunnel. The broad subsequent rise in green fluorescence is likely related to the increase in turbidity that occurred over the same time-period but several of the small peaks on the curve correspond to sporadic positive AY73 detections determined from the spectrofluorophometer analyses (Figure 13). The red channel curve on Figure 17 marks a rise in red fluorescence in which AR92 was confirmed through spectrofluorophotmeter analyses in samples collected prior to March 2006 but not in samples collected after that time. The subsequent rises in red fluorescence that occurred after March 2006 generally tracked turbidity, though two of the rises deviate from the turbidity curve (April-May and July-August) and likely mark pulses of another fluorescent compound passing the Wakulla B-Tunnel station. The green and red channel curves on Figure 18 respectively mark declining levels of green and red fluorescent substances in well SE10. The IFF from which these data were obtained was installed late at this location. When comparing the shape and timing of these curves with the AY73 and AR92 data obtained from the well, it appears that these curves mark the declining limbs of recovery curves for the respective tracers and are shown as such on Figure 19. The channel curves on Figure 19 for SJ2 and WB clearly mark the passage of a green fluorescent substance, which corresponds nearly identically with the AY73 breakthrough curves measured for those stations with the spectrofluorophotometer. In SJ2, the long tailing edge in the green fluorescence curve approximates the decline in AY73 marked by periodic progressively lower concentrations measured by the spectrofluorophotometer. In B-Tunnel, the green channel recorded a near-Gaussian fluorescence curve that corresponds identically with the AY73 recovery curve. The secondary late-time curves marked in the AY73 data appear to correspond to bumps in the fluorescence curve though those become progressively harder to resolve probably due to an increase in background fluorescence associated with the fluctuations in flow recorded in B-Tunnel. The fluorescence curves for well SE10 were shifted on Figure 19 such that the magnitude of the first value equals the respective normalized dye concentrations recorded on the corresponding date. The shifted curves appear to track the tailing edge of breakthrough curves evident for AY73 and AR92 in the spectrofluorophotometer data. Figure 20 shows sporadic peaks in the green and red channel fluorescence curves measured in the St. Marks River at Natural Bridge relative to flow measured in the St. Marks River at the USGS gauging station 02326900, located near Newport, Florida. The peaks are significantly more variable than those recorded at SJ2, WB or SE10 and were not confirmed as AR92 or AY73 by spectrofluorophotometer analysis of water samples collected from the St. Marks River Rise, which was proven to be physically connected to the St Marks Sink by underwater cave exploration (Hazlett-Kincaid, 2007). The fluorescence spikes appear to correlate to fluctuations in flow suggesting that the fluorescence spikes may be derived from contaminants in runoff entering the river during storms. 27

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 28 Figure 17. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed at Wakulla B-Tunnel showing the raw measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to flow measured in B-Tunnel measured by the FGS during part of the record period normalized in the same manner (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 29 29 Figure 18. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in the middle of the open-hole interval in well SE10 showing the raw measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 30 Figure 19. Normalized fluorescence with AY73 and AR92 concentrations in well SE10 (top), AY73 concentrations at well SJ2 (middle), and AY73 concentrations at Wakulla B-Tunnel (bottom).

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 31 Figure 20. Normalized green and red uorescence and AY73, AR87, and AR92 concentrations in well SE10 relative to normalized ow in the St. Marks River measured by the USGS downstream of the River Rise during the record period. Solid lines other than ow are 5-per moving average lines, which equate to the average daily value measured at the sampling station.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 32 MASS RECOVERIES Mass recoveries for AY73 and AR87 were estimated for all of the spring discharges where the two dyes were recovered. In each case, tracer mass was calculated as follows. Tmass = ( Sint X Q X Tconc / 1,000,000); where: Tmass = total tracer mass (g), n = the total number of samples collected, Sint = sample interval (days), Q = flow at sampling station (L/day), Tconc = concentration of tracer in sample ( g/L), and 1,000,000 = conversion factor from g to g. Table 8 shows the calculated mass of AY73 and AR87 recovered at each of the five spring discharges. Estimated low and average discharges at the respective stations were used to calculate a potential range in the total tracer mass recovered. Those estimates were calculated from data collected by the FGS for the stations at the Wakulla vent and Wakulla B-Tunnel. Flow at Indian Spring was estimated from a series of measurements conducted at the tracer sampling station between June and October 2005. Flow at Sally Ward Spring and McBride Slough was not measured but was assumed, based on the authors' experience and familiarity with the local flow system, to be in the same range as B-Tunnel flow. The calculations indicate that more AY73 was recovered than AR87 even though the AR87 was directly injected into a conduit flow path. Previous tracer testing has shown that part of the flow from the IS, and SWS stations is directed to the Wakulla Spring vent. As Based on estimated average (top) and low (bottom) flow. Flow at SWS and MBE assumed to be equal to WB. StationFlow Range (m3/sec) Mass Range AY73 (g) Percent Recovery Mass Range AR87 (g) Percent Recovery WV 12.0 3.1 24,526 6,263 41 10 9,257 2,364 15 4 WB 1.2 0.9 2,349 1,741 4 3 1,031 764 2 1 IS 1.4 0.6 2,012 805 3 1 635 254 1 <1 SWS 1.2 0.9 2,194 1,627 4 3 915 678 2 1 MBE 1.2 0.9 1,000 742 2 1 660 489 1 1 (WB+IS+ SWS) 3.8 2.4 6,555 4,173 11 7 2,581 1,696 4 3 Table 8. Estimated tracer mass recoveries.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 33 33 such, at least part of the mass of tracer recovered at those stations is a component of the total tracer mass recovered at the Wakulla vent. Still, the sum of the recovered tracers from those stations and WB (separated from WV by less than 300 m along a large conduit) does not equal the mass recovered from the vent; however the values are closer for the low-flow estimates. The discrepancies between the sum of WB, IS, and SWS and the mass recovered at WV could be due to inaccurate estimates of flow, particularly high flow. If, however, the flow estimates are reasonably accurate, the discrepancies indicate that the tracers converged into pathways connecting to the Wakulla Spring vent that were not sampled and that more of those pathways exist at higher spring flows. The total mass of tracer recovered ranged from 12 to 50 percent for AY73 and from 5 to 19 percent for AR87. The range in values arises from uncertainty in the magnitude of the spring flows during the tracer test and therefore the use of low-flow or average-flow values. Figure 21 compares the cumulative recovery plots for AY73 and AR87 at all the spring stations where the denotation of 100 percent recovery represents the total mass recovered Figure 21. Cumulative AY73 (top) and AR87 (bottom) tracer mass recovery curves for all spring sampling stations where the tracers were detected.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 34 at the respective stations. The shape of the plots is indicative of when and how rapidly the tracers reached each of the stations. In all cases, the bulk of the AR87 tracer (swallet injection) appears to have reached the stations faster than the AY73 (well injections). The WB, WV, IS, and SWS stations all appear to have received both tracers in about the same time-frames, as marked by the timing and length of the steepest part of the plots. The MBE station, however, appears to have received both the AY73 and AR87 tracers over a broader period and in a pulsed pattern as marked by the step-like shape of the MBE cumulative recovery curves. These plots and the mass recovery calculations suggest that the primary flow path from the SEF to the spring discharges where the tracers were detected is to Wakulla Spring. IS, SWS, and MBE appear to be overflow (secondary) pathways. The MBE recovery response indicates that its pathway is episodically activated perhaps due to water table fluctuations associated with rainfall. DISCUSSION Flow Paths and Velocities Minimum groundwater velocities can be calculated from quantitative tracer tests by dividing the distance between injection and positive detection sampling stations by the measured tracer travel times. The most rigorous estimate is derived from the travel time for the centroid of the recovery curve, however, that method is laborious and made complicated by multiple peaks. An easier method that closely approximates the centroid of the curve uses the peak concentration contained within the highest part of the recovery curve. The estimates must be regarded as minimum velocities because they assume a straight-line flow path. Table 9 lists the average distance between the major tracer receptors and the three injection wells and the distance to Turf Pond swallet along with the peak travel times for AY73 (well injections) and AR87 (swallet injection). Table 9. Peak tracer travel times and associated minimum groundwater velocities. Station Dist. To Wells (miles) Dist. To Turf Pond (miles) Peak AY73 Travel Time (days) Peak AR87 Travel Time (days) AY73 Velocity (ft/ day) AR87 Velocity (ft/ day) SE10 1.27 2.02 63 104 106 103 SJ1 2.14 2.63 25 23 452 604 SJ2 2.14 2.63 20 21 565 661 WV 11.16 11.81 92 93 640 671 WB 10.52 10.96 66 58 842 998 IS 11.02 11.84 74 79 786 791 SWS 11.12 11.84 67 63 876 992 MBE 11.20 11.84 63 64 938 977 minimum recorded flow rate: 103 ft/day; maximum recorded flow rate: 998 ft/day; average recorded flow rate: 688 ft/day.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 35 Measured velocities ranged from 103 ft/day for the AR87 flow path to well SE10, to 998 ft/day for the AR87 flow path to B-Tunnel. In general, the swallet injection is associated with slightly faster groundwater velocities and the slowest velocities were along the pathways to the wells. The difference between the velocities along the swallet and well flow paths indicates that the permeability framework of the aquifer is dominated by a convergent pattern of conduits. Figure 22 presents a map of the groundwater flow pathways that reflects both the tracer connections presented in Figure 4 and the apparent degree of connection based on mass recoveries. Projected conduit-dominated pathways are marked by the darker green shaded area. The probable extent to which the water is flowing though the matrix component of the aquifer, associated with slower velocities, is marked by the lighter green shaded area. Tracer detections and the lack of significant detections in most of the wells across the southern boundary of the SEF demonstrate that groundwater flow is conduit-dominated in the SEF region and that those conduit-dominated pathways converge south of the spray field somewhere in the vicinity of SJ1 and SJ2 but west of SJ7. Conduits in this upper region of the basin are likely numerous and very small and can be regarded as a highly heterogeneous distribution of high conductivity zones. The distribution of the tracers from injection point to the five spring discharge locations indicates that somewhere southwest of that region, those conduit pathways diverge such that a mixture of the tracers can flow to the various springs. The primary pathway is to the Wakulla Spring vent based on relative tracer mass recoveries and probably via Wakulla B-Tunnel. The remaining pathways can be described as overflow paths wherein the timing and quantity of flow along those pathways is most likely driven by hydraulic fluctuations in the aquifer such as water levels, the distribution of recharge, and the flux into swallets connecting to either the flow paths directly or to other conduit flow paths leading to the same springs. An alternative pathway could be in a more westerly direction toward Ames Sink (Figure 22). Previous tracer tests confirmed one or more conduit flow paths between Ames and Kelly Sinks and Indian, Sally Ward, and Wakulla Springs (Hazlett-Kincaid, 2007; Kincaid and Werner, 2008). In that case, the tracers would likely have converged into the Ames-to-Indian conduit(s), passed the Indian Spring (IS) sampling station, and then traveled to Wakulla Spring via conduits in the Wakulla-Leon Sinks cave system. Such a pathway would not follow the apparent potentiometric surface in as directly a down-gradient direction but it would support the recovery of the tracers at Indian Spring. Aquifer/Matrix Interactions Figure 23 provides a closer analysis of the AY73 and AR92 recovery curves obtained from stations SJ2 and WB relative to the days past the respective tracer injections. At both stations, the approximate peak in the AR92 recovery curve arrived later than the approximate peak in the AY73 curve, indicating that the AR92 traveled faster: approximately 1 day faster to SJ2 and 5 days faster to WB. Figure 23-plot 3 shows water levels measured at SJ2 and flow measured in the St. Marks River during a period including the two tracer injections dates. Those data reveal that the first set of well injections was performed a few days prior to the rising limb of an increase in groundwater levels and river flow, and that the second set of injections occurred during the prolonged falling limb of that event.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 Figure 22. Probable conduit flow zones as estimated from tracer defined groundwater flow pathways from the SEF to Wakulla, Indian, Sally Ward Springs, and McBride Slough. 36

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 37 37 Figure 23. Comparative travel times determined from the AR92 and AY73 tracer recovery curves for well SJ2 (top) and Wakulla B-Tunnel (middle) relative to the timing of the respective injections and water levels and flow measured in well SJ2 and the St. Marks River during the study period (bottom).

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 38 Water levels in the area swallets track aquifer water levels and river flows because all are responsive to local rainfall. Flow into Turf Pond swallet was in fact declining at the time of the March 2006 injection and completely stopped shortly afterward according to observations made by SEF staff. The timing of tracer recoveries at SJ2 and WB can therefore be interpreted to result from hydraulic interactions between conduits and the aquifer matrix controlled by different recharge driven hydraulic gradients active after the two tracer injections. Swallet inflow creates a point-source of recharge that will likely create a water table mound in the vicinity of the swallet and raise the head in the conduits to which they are connected relative to the head in the surrounding aquifer matrix. Accordingly, the gradient from the aquifer matrix into the conduits will likely become reduced or even temporarily reversed. Under such conditions, tracers injected into wells not directly connected to the conduit network and outside of the mounding area will travel more slowly. When inflow to the swallet subsides or stops, head in the conduits will likely fall with respect to the surrounding aquifer matrix. Local gradients between the matrix and the conduit would thereby increase and tracers injected into the same wells would travel faster. Mass Recovery Calculations The calculation of tracer mass recovery requires three basic assumptions. The tracer is chemically and biologically conservative meaning that it will not react with the water or compounds in the water, will not adsorb to the aquifer substrate, and will not decay due to microbiological processes The flow past the sampling station can be, and has been, accurately measured The tracer concentration in the water has been accurately measured on a regular enough basis to plot the shape of the recovery curve Unfortunately, quantitative tracing is currently burdened by problems with all three of those assumptions. First, though it has been commonly accepted that the fluorescent tracers AY73, AR87, and AR92 are chemically conservative, meaning that they do not react with water or commonly occurring compounds in natural waters, there has been little work to determine how tracers, as large organic compounds, might be affected by microbiological decay, particularly in the organic rich waters of the WKP. Second, groundwater flow at the sampling stations, each of which is located inside of an underwater cave system, is difficult to measure. The FGS has deployed and maintains hydraulic meters at both Wakulla B-Tunnel and the Wakulla Spring vent that measure water velocity from a single fixed point in the respective conduit systems every 15 minutes. Those measurements are converted to flow by multiplying them by the cross-sectional area of the conduits that was measured by the Woodville Karst Plain Project divers. It is therefore not an integrated measure of flow through the conduit but rather an approximation based on an assumption that the velocity across the conduit cross-sectional area is constant. Flow at the other spring stations (Indian, Sally Ward, and McBride Slough) was not regularly measured during the test and therefore had to be estimated from previous measurements or a qualitative assessment of comparative flows.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 39 39 The measurement of tracer concentrations (those presented in this report) is also itself problematic primarily because both the identification and quantification of the dye in a water sample are affected by the amount of dye in the sample relative to the background fluorescence level. Simply stated, background fluorescence can at least partially mask the tracer signature on the emission spectrum. Since the background fluorescence can fluctuate significantly in natural waters, the degree of masking is also variable resulting in possible underestimations of tracer concentrations or false negatives. The result is an apparent decrease in "recoverability" of the tracer at lower concentrations. Finally, very dark, tannic waters may not transmit enough light to adequately excite fluorphores (tracer molecules) to produce sufficient emission intensity for the accurate measurement of tracer concentration. The result could therefore be measurements indicating lower tracer concentrations than are actually present. Figure 24 shows a series of tracer recovery curves plotted for several sampling stations along the mapped Wakulla-Leon Sinks cave system showing a decline in mass recovery with distance along the flow path. This particular pathway is chosen for reference because extensive cave exploration and mapping by the Woodville Karst Plain Project divers has revealed it to be relatively uncomplicated with no known diversions or outlets along the upper reach between Upper River Sink and Turner Sink. However, although this pathway Figure 24. Tracer recovery curves measured for a tracer test through the Wakulla-Leon Sinks Cave System in the Woodville Karst Plain, performed in 2005, showing an apparent 80+percent reduction in mass recovery along a mapped conduit flow path leading to Wakulla Spring.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 40 seems relatively uncomplicated, there was an apparent 75 percent reduction in mass recovery along it that, at this time, cannot be explained. The significant implication is that the absence of a full recovery of the injected tracers does not necessarily indicate that the sampling strategy did not account for all discharges. Another significant implication is that additional research is needed to: 1) constrain the expectations for mass recoveries; 2) develop methods for improving recoverability; and 3) understand how mass recoveries are related to residence times and how both are impacted by variability in hydraulic conditions. Until then, we can only interpret the mass recoveries in the context of the problems that we know exist in order to answer some basic questions that arise from the results. Why did we get relatively low tracer recoveries? Given the potential problems associated with the calculation of tracer mass recoveries described above, there are three potential reasons that we did not recover close to 100 percent of the injected tracers: 1) The tracers went to discharges that were not sampled. Though this is always a possibility in groundwater tracing, we feel strongly that all probable spring discharges were adequately sampled. Still, it is possible that some of the water flowing into conduits that connect to the Wakulla-Leon Sinks Cave System could bypass Wakulla Spring and continue flowing south toward the Gulf coast (presumably to the Spring Creek Springs Group). The largest conduits in that cave system are trending south and appear to be continuing in that direction. An apparent groundwater divide has been described (Kincaid, 1999) crossing the conduits based on observations by divers of a reversal in flow direction: north toward Wakulla Spring in the northern part of the system and south toward the Gulf Coast in the southern part of the cave system. A tracer study was conducted from Turner Sink (intersects the southern part of the cave system) in 2007, in which the bulk of the injected tracer traveled to Wakulla Spring and was not detected at any of the five major discharge points comprising the Spring Creek Springs Group (Kincaid, 2010). Given our knowledge and experience in the WKP, we can only conclude that all of the major discharges likely to have received flow from the SEF were sampled during the tracer test. 2) The tracer travel times were longer than the sampling period. We are reasonably certain that at least part of the AY73 persisted in the aquifer matrix in the vicinity of injection well SE40 for a considerable period of time after the injection. As late as several months after the injections, SEF staff continued to report the presence of visibly colored water in the well during sampling and pumping operations whereas the water in the other injections wells, SE06 and SE11S, became clear relatively soon after the injections. Because of this, it is possible that at least one-third of the injected AY73 remained in aquifer storage in the vicinity of the SEF and had not traveled to the down-gradient discharge points by the end of the sampling period. This does not however explain the relatively lower amount of AR87 recovered because it was injected into an active swallet rather than wells. 3) The tracers traveled to the discharge points at concentrations less than the detection limit. Tracer concentrations are reduced along a flow path due to dilution and mixing by waters from other sources that do not contain the tracer and dispersion along the flow path both of which are expected to be significant processes active between the SEF and the spring discharges. As described above, tracer detection at very low concentrations is further hindered in waters with high natural fluorescence due to masking of the tracer emission spectra. We believe the problems associated with low concentration detection to be the

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 41 41 largest factor resulting in the relatively low mass recoveries. The problem is greater for AR87 than for AY73 because AY73 is approximately six times more fluorescent than AR87, which is why it was used for the well injections, and we feel is the most probable explanation for the consistently lower AR87 recoveries. Given the problems with mass recovery and low concentration detection is it possible that some of the tracer traveled to the St. Marks River Rise without being detected? Negative detections during any groundwater tracer study cannot be used to rule out potential groundwater flow pathways and we cannot therefore dismiss the possibility that some of the tracers traveled to the St. Marks River. However, the preponderance of hydraulic evidence indicates that the primary flow direction from the SEF is to the southwest and that a significant component of the flow is traveling very rapidly to Wakulla Spring. 1) Potentiometric surface mapping indicates that the gradient is southwest toward Wakulla Spring. 2) The strongest tracer recoveries occurred at the Wakulla sampling stations. 3) If an active and significant flow path connected the SEF with the St. Marks River, the travel time should have been considerably faster because the distance is significantly less. A faster travel-time should have resulted in a higher concentration tracer recovery curve than was detected at Wakulla Spring, which would have been well within the range of detectability despite the higher and more variable natural fluorescence. 4) Only 12 of the 406 samples (three percent) collected from the St. Marks River Rise contained any fluorescent compounds that could be attributed to the injected tracers compared to 64 percent or more of samples collected from each of the Wakulla area discharges. CONCLUSIONS The primary conclusion derived from this study was that groundwater from the SEF flows predominantly southwestward to Wakulla Spring at a rate of between 671 and 977 feet per day. None of the injected tracers were recovered during the 14 month sampling period from any of the sampled locations in the St. Marks River watershed. Both of these results are consistent with what was expected based on the established potentiometric surface of the FAS in the WKP, which shows a southwestern direction of groundwater flow from the SEF toward Wakulla Spring (U.S. Geological Survey, 2005). We interpret the additional tracer detections at Indian, Sally Ward and McBride Slough springs as overflow from the primary conduit flow path driven by local hydraulic variations such as conduit constrictions or infilling. Complete or nearly complete tracer recovery curves were recorded at the wells SJ2 and SE10 as well as at the five spring sampling locations where the tracers were recovered: Wakulla vent, Wakulla B-Tunnel, Indian Spring, Sally Ward Spring, and McBride Slough. In all cases, the recovery curves revealed a single primary pulse of tracer flow and then subsequent shorter and lower concentration pulses. We interpret this pattern of recovery as a consequence of multiple small conduit flow paths, constrictions in those pathways, rain events during the tracer tests, and a response to varying water levels in the aquifer that likely drove water and the tracers in and out of the conduits and surrounding aquifer matrix.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 42 The timing of the AY73 and AR92 tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel indicates that local gradients between the conduits and the surrounding aquifer matrix are sensitive to water levels in swallets. When the swallets are full and in-flowing, groundwater flow from the matrix into the conduits is reduced and this likely reduces the overall rate of groundwater flow through sections of the aquifer up-gradient of the conduits. These are the conditions we interpret to be responsible for the slower AR92 travel-time. No more than 43 percent of the injected tracers were recovered from a combination of Wakulla Spring and McBride Slough. We do not believe the lack of full recovery to be indicative of unsampled flow paths but rather a function of one or more variables impacting our ability to adequately measure the recovered mass or the conservativeness of the tracers. The primary variables that need further constraint in order to improve future mass recovery efforts include: 1) continuous measurement of flow at the sampling locations; 2) a determination of potential microbiological decay of the tracers in organic-rich waters; and 3) improved calibration methods for tracer concentrations measured in dark tea-colored water. The IFFs provided an effective means of collecting high-density data as the primary tracer pulses passed the instrumented sampling locations. They were, however, difficult to maintain in the field and produced numerous fluorescence peaks in the range of the injected tracers that were not confirmed by laboratory analysis. Based on our results, it does not appear that these devices can be relied upon as a sole means of tracer detections and that they would likely produce false positives over prolonged periods. Finally, we consider the results of this tracing study to clearly demonstrate the efficacy and benefit of conducting quantitative tracer tests over long distances in the FAS. Tracers that were introduced in large and small quantities into wells and in large quantity to a swallet traveled for nearly 12 kilometers and were successfully detected at one of the largest magnitude springs in Florida. Doing so answered a pressing practical question regarding the source of nitrate contamination to the spring and provided significant new insight into the dynamics of groundwater flow through the FAS to large and small springs in the western portion of the WKP. REFERENCES Chelette, A., Pratt, T. R., and Katz, B. G., 2002, Nitrate loading as an indicator of nonpoint source pollution in the lower St. Marks-Wakulla Rivers watershed: Northwest Florida Water Management District Water Resources Special Report 02-1, 138 p. City of Tallahassee, 2007. The Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility: http://www. talgov.com/you/learn/utilities/wastewater/sefarm.cfm Hand, J. 2005, Nitrate and Hydrilla at Wakulla Spring, untitled presentation, Solving Water Pollution Problems in the Wakulla Springshed of North Florida: 4th Hydrogeology Consortium Workshop: Florida Geological Survey Special Publication 58: http://www.h2hmodeling.com/FGS/HC_Workshops/2005_WS_Workshop/

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 43Hazlett-Kincaid, Inc., 2007, Hydrogeologic characterization and modeling of the Woodville Karst Plain, north Florida: Report of Investigations: 2005 – 2006: contract deliverable submitted to the Florida Geological Survey, February 2007. Kincaid, T. R., 1999, Morphologic and fractal characterization of saturated karstic caves [Ph.D. thesis]: Laramie, University of Wyoming, 174 p. Kincaid, T.R. and Werner, C.L., 2008, Conduit flow paths and conduit/matrix interaction defined by quantitative groundwater tracing in the Floridan aquifer, in Yuhr, L.B., Alexander, E.C., and Beck, B.F. eds., Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst: Reston, American Society of Civil Engineers, Geotechnical Special Publication No. 33, p. 288-302. Kincaid, T.R., 2010, Spring Creek tracer testing update: http://www.geohydros.com/images/Pubs/geohydros_spring_creek_update_FGS_Oct-2010.pdf [August 2012] Schnegg, P. and Costa, R., 2002, Tracer tests made easier with field fluorometers: Centre d'Hydrogeologie, Universite' de Neuchatel, Bulletin d'Hydrogeologie n. 20, p. 1 2. Smart, C.C., and Smart, P.L., 1992, Correction of background interference and cross-fluorescence in filter fluorometric analysis of water-tracer dyes, in Hydrology, Ecology, Monitoring and Management of Ground Water in Karst Terrains Conference (3rd Nashville, Tennessee) Proceedings. National Ground Water Association, Dublin, Ohio. p. 475 494. U.S. Geological Survey, 2005. Unpublished composite potentiometric surface map for the upper Floridan aquifer in the Woodville Karst Plain: Tallahassee, U.S. Geological Survey. Willard, H.H., Merritt Jr., L.L., Dean, J.A., and Settle Jr., F.A., 1988, Fluorescence and phosphorescence spectrophotometry, in Wadsworth, W. ed., Instrumental methods of analysis: New York, Wadsworth Publishing Company, p. 197 223.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111APPENDICES Tracer test spectrofluorophotometer data 44Abbreviations used in tables: CALC calculated grab-grab grab sampled Intens intensity IS Indian Spring MEAS measured ND not detected NR not recorded NSC no sample collected N/A not applicable PPB parts per billion SNA sample not analyzed SWS Sally Ward Spring Wavelen wavelength WKV Wakulla vent WKB Wakulla B-Tunnel

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 45Appendix 1. IS spectrofluorophotometer data. m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest Probable Flow 2.83 100. 0 4024 127 0 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 0.5 7 20. 0 80 5 254 N/A Probable Average Flow 1.42 50.0 2012 635 N/A Max 3.918 524.8 0 0 36.123 549.60 0 14.93 9 562.40 0 3.082 1.07 7 0.182 0.03 0 Min 0.000 510.40 0.269 535.200 0.108 555.200 1.772 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 330 303 303 240 240 10 10 349 349 349 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/2/06 10:45 g rabg rab 11674 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 18:45 g rabg rab 11675 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 13:00 grab-grab 11680 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/5/06 17:05 g rabg rab 11681 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 11:13 g rabg rab 11682 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 16:50 g rabg rab 11683 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 17:00 grab-grab 11684 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/13/06 16:00 g rabg rab 11685 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 14:40 g rabg rab 11686 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/18/06 15:30 g rabg rab 11687 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 18:00 grab-grab 11688 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/21/06 13:23 g rabg rab 11689 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/22/06 13:30 g rabg rab 11762 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/23/06 14:00 g rabg rab 13495 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/27/06 16:28 grab-grab 13496 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/4/06 15:30 g rabg rab 13497 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/5/06 14:11 g rabg rab 13498 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/7/06 16:00 g rabg rab 13507 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 16:30 grab-grab 13508 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/10/06 12:00 1-1 12690 0.960510. 4007.380NDNDNDND0.1930.0000.000 3/11/06 0:00 1-2 12691 0.780511. 2006.229NDNDNDND0.1630.0000.000 3/11/06 12:00 1-3 12692 0.867 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/12/06 0:00 1-4 12693 0.955 510.400 6.187 ND ND ND ND 0.157 0.000 0.000 3/12/06 12:00 1-5 12694 1.026 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/13/06 0:00 1-6 12695 2.509510. 4008.610NDNDNDND0.1830.0000.000 3/13/06 12:00 1-7 12696 0.909510. 4005.516NDNDNDND0.1380.0000.000 3/14/06 0:00 1-8 12697 1.046 510.400 8.056 ND ND ND ND 0.210 0.000 0.000 3/14/06 12:00 1-9 12698 3.514 510.400 11.001 ND ND ND ND 0.225 0.000 0.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 46 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/15/06 0:00 1-10 12699 1.038ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/15/06 12:00 1-11 12700 0.977510.400 5.923 ND ND ND ND 0.148 0.000 0.000 3/16/06 0:00 1-12 12701 3.918510. 40012.098NDNDNDND0.2450.0000.000 3/16/06 12:00 1-13 12702 1.239 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/17/06 0:00 1-14 12703 1.086510. 4009.966NDNDNDND0.2660.0000.000 3/17/06 12:00 1-15 12704 1.089ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/18/06 0:00 1-16 12705 0.921511. 2005.293NDNDNDND0.1310.0000.000 3/18/06 12:00 1-17 12706 0.746 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/19/06 0:00 1-18 12707 0.914 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/19/06 12:00 1-19 12708 1.101ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/20/06 0:00 2-1 12758 0.819513. 6006.621NDNDNDND0.1740.0000.000 3/20/06 12:00 2-2 12759 0.770510.4006.197NDND556. 8002.8120.1630.0000.029 3/21/06 0:00 2-3 12760 0.872512. 0005.811NDNDNDND0.1480.0000.000 3/21/06 12:00 2-4 12761 0.914510.400 5.907 ND ND ND ND 0.150 0.000 0.000 3/22/06 0:00 2-5 12762 0.776 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 12:00 2-6 12763 0.855 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 0:00 2-7 12764 1.043 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 12:00 2-8 12765 0.976ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/24/06 0:00 2-9 12766 0.848 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/24/06 12:00 2-10 12767 0.836 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/25/06 0:00 2-11 12768 0.923 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/25/06 12:00 2-12 12769 0.969ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/26/06 0:00 2-13 12770 0.977511.2006.688NDND555. 2003.0520.1710.0000.029 3/26/06 12:00 2-14 12771 0.874 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/27/06 0:00 2-15 12772 0.929510. 4007.182NDNDNDND0.1880.0000.000 3/27/06 12:00 2-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/28/06 0:00 2-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/28/06 12:00 2-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/29/06 0:00 3-1 12777 0.930512.8004.358NDND555. 2002.4170.1030.0000.021 3/29/06 12:00 3-2 12778 0.986 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/30/06 0:00 3-3 12779 0.779 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/30/06 12:00 3-4 12780 0.971 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 0:00 3-5 12781 0.913510.4005.420NDND555. 2003.0820.1350.0000.030 3/31/06 12:00 3-6 12782 0.963 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/1/06 0:00 3-7 12783 0.849510.4004.821NDND558. 4002.4880.1190.0000.023 4/1/06 12:00 3-8 12784 0.874ND NDNDND555.2002.6240.0000.0000.025 4/2/06 0:00 3-9 12785 0.902510.4004.146NDND555. 2002.2490.0970.0000.019 4/2/06 12:00 3-10 12786 0.938 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/3/06 0:00 3-11 12787 0.989 NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 4/3/06 12:00 3-12 12788 0.972ND NDNDND562.4001.7720.0000.0000.011 4/4/06 0:00 3-13 12789 0.892 ND ND ND ND 555.200 2. 450 0.000 0.000 0.022 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 47 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/4/06 12:00 3-14 12790 1.113 ND ND ND ND 556.800 3. 038 0.000 0.000 0.027 4/5/06 0:00 4-1 13158 1.180 516.000 5.652 ND ND ND ND 0.134 0.000 0.000 4/5/06 12:00 4-2 13159 1.192510. 4006.259NDNDNDND0.1520.0000.000 4/6/06 0:00 4-3 13160 1.315510. 4009.847NDNDNDND0.2560.0000.000 4/6/06 12:00 4-4 13161 1.197511. 2007.616NDNDNDND0.1930.0000.000 4/7/06 0:00 4-5 13162 1.131 510.400 6.832 ND ND ND ND 0.171 0.000 0.000 4/7/06 12:00 4-6 13163 0.974510. 4007.241NDNDNDND0.1880.0000.000 4/8/06 0:00 4-7 13164 1.224516. 00013.811NDNDNDND0.3780.0000.000 4/8/06 12:00 4-8 13165 0.993510. 4006.569NDNDNDND0.1670.0000.000 4/9/06 0:00 4-9 13166 1.459 510.400 10.673 ND ND ND ND 0.276 0.000 0.000 4/9/06 12:00 4-10 13167 1.047515. 2006.299NDNDNDND0.1580.0000.000 4/10/06 0:00 4-11 13168 1.274510. 4006.311NDNDNDND0.1510.0000.000 4/10/06 12:00 4-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/11/06 0:00 4-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/11/06 12:00 4-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/12/06 0:00 5-1 13173 1.419512. 0004.784NDNDNDND0.1010.0000.000 4/12/06 12:00 5-2 13174 1.113510. 4005.885NDNDNDND0.1430.0000.000 4/13/06 0:00 5-3 13175 1.199 510.400 6.174ND ND ND ND 0.149 0.000 0.000 4/13/06 12:00 5-4 13176 1.204510. 4006.341NDNDNDND0.1540.0000.000 4/14/06 0:00 5-5 13177 1.084510. 4007.152NDNDNDND0.1820.0000.000 4/14/06 12:00 5-6 13178 1.094512. 0005.783NDNDNDND0.1410.0000.000 4/15/06 0:00 5-7 13179 0.969 512.800 5.550536. 800 4.230 ND ND 0.137 0.046 0.000 4/15/06 12:00 5-8 13180 0.920511.2005.835536.0004. 490NDND0.1470.0500.000 4/16/06 0:00 5-9 13181 1.096510.4005.657537.6004. 623NDND0.1370.0490.000 4/16/06 12:00 5-10 13182 0.999516. 8006.383NDNDNDND0.1620.0000.000 4/17/06 0:00 5-11 13183 1.085 511.200 6.472538. 400 4.912 ND ND 0.162 0.054 0.000 4/17/06 12:00 5-12 13184 1.133511.2008.167539.2006. 019NDND0.2110.0680.000 4/18/06 0:00 5-13 13185 1.044514. 4006.592NDNDNDND0.1660.0000.000 4/18/06 12:00 5-14 13186 0.918517. 6005.674NDNDNDND0.1430.0000.000 4/19/06 0:00 6-1 13140 0.826 516.800 5.783542. 400 4.400 ND ND 0.149 0.050 0.000 4/19/06 12:00 6-2 13141 0.926517.6006.029535.2004. 777NDND0.1530.0540.000 4/20/06 0:00 6-3 13142 0.783517.6005.514537.6004. 759NDND0.1420.0560.000 4/20/06 12:00 6-4 13143 0.914514.4006.088537.6004. 692NDND0.1550.0530.000 4/21/06 0:00 6-5 13144 0.761 516.800 5.760538. 400 4.859 ND ND 0.150 0.057 0.000 4/21/06 12:00 6-6 13145 0.816517.6005.722541.6005. 118NDND0.1470.0600.000 4/22/06 0:00 6-7 13146 0.763518.4005.256540.0005. 122NDND0.1350.0610.000 4/22/06 12:00 6-8 13147 0.750514.4006.436538.4005. 470NDND0.1710.0660.000 4/23/06 0:00 6-9 13148 1.028 514.400 7.192536. 800 6.315 ND ND 0.185 0.074 0.000 4/23/06 12:00 6-10 13149 0.733516.8005.780541.6005. 469NDND0.1510.0660.000 4/24/06 0:00 6-11 13150 0.798514.4005.386539.2005. 320NDND0.1380.0630.000 4/24/06 12:00 6-12 13151 0.894 516.800 5.738540. 800 5.472 ND ND 0.145 0.064 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 48 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/25/06 0:00 6-13 13152 0.780 517.6006.549 535. 2005.719 ND ND 0.173 0.069 0.000 4/25/06 12:00 6-14 13153 0.786 518.4006.336 540. 8005.701 ND ND 0.167 0.069 0.000 4/26/06 0:00 7-1 13816 1.224512.0007.960535.2005. 741 NDND0.2020.0630.000 4/26/06 12:00 7-2 13817 1.361514.4006.724535.2005. 160 NDND0.1610.0530.000 4/27/06 0:00 7-3 13818 1.200516.0006.547536.0005. 065 NDND0.1600.0540.000 4/27/06 12:00 7-4 13819 1.091 516.8007.539 535. 2005.741 ND ND 0.193 0.065 0.000 4/28/06 0:00 7-5 13820 1.071514.4006.607539.2004. 837 NDND0.1660.0530.000 4/28/06 12:00 7-6 13821 1.118516.0006.671535.2005. 734 NDND0.1670.0650.000 4/29/06 0:00 7-7 13822 1.218515.2006.716537.6005. 404 NDND0.1650.0590.000 4/29/06 12:00 7-8 13823 1.085 514.4007.053 536. 8005.358 ND ND 0.179 0.060 0.000 4/30/06 0:00 7-9 13824 1.028518.4007.235535.2005. 809 NDND0.1860.0670.000 4/30/06 12:00 7-10 13825 1.120516.8006.132538.4005. 402 NDND0.1500.0600.000 5/1/06 0:00 7-11 13826 1.275513.6006.631537.6005. 127 NDND0.1610.0540.000 5/1/06 12:00 7-12 13827 1.175 515.2007.055 540. 8006.320 ND ND 0.176 0.072 0.000 5/2/06 0:00 7-13 13828 1.076521.6006.611539.2006. 360 NDND0.1660.0740.000 5/2/06 12:00 7-14 13829 1.279514.4006.409536.8005. 499 NDND0.1540.0590.000 5/3/06 0:00 8-1 13888 0.811520.0008.655536.0006. 722 NDND0.2350.0830.000 5/3/06 12:00 8-2 13889 0.751 515.2007.594 540. 8006.228 ND ND 0.205 0.077 0.000 5/4/06 0:00 8-3 13890 0.859516.8007.804539.2006. 326 NDND0.2080.0770.000 5/4/06 12:00 8-4 13891 1.086517.6009.308538.4007. 708 NDND0.2470.0930.000 5/5/06 0:00 8-5 13892 1.082518.4008.075541.6006. 565 NDND0.2100.0770.000 5/5/06 12:00 8-6 13893 1.130 516.00012.939 539. 20010.275 ND ND 0.354 0.128 0.000 5/6/06 0:00 8-7 13894 1.464515.2009.090540.0007. 943 NDND0.2290.0910.000 5/6/06 12:00 8-8 13895 1.076516.8008.182540.0007. 620 NDND0.2130.0920.000 5/7/06 0:00 8-9 13896 1.249511.2009.848535.2008. 501 NDND0.2580.1020.000 5/7/06 12:00 8-10 13897 1.167 511.20011.169 536. 0009.354 ND ND 0.300 0.115 0.000 5/8/06 0:00 8-11 13898 1.140516.8007.856537.6007. 316 NDND0.2010.0860.000 5/8/06 12:00 8-12 13899 1.325511.2008.237543.2007. 393 NDND0.2070.0850.000 5/9/06 0:00 8-13 13900 1.170522.4007.349536.0006. 459 NDND0.1850.0740.000 5/9/06 12:00 8-14 13901 1.107 516.0006.902 538. 4007.168 ND ND 0.174 0.085 0.000 5/10/06 0:00 9-1 14214 1.356518. 4009.366NDNDNDND0.2400.0000.000 5/10/06 12:00 9-2 14215 1.280510.4007.251537.6005. 658 NDND0.1790.0610.000 5/11/06 0:00 9-3 14216 0.977515.2006.774536.8005. 394 NDND0.1740.0620.000 5/11/06 12:00 9-4 14217 1.111 515.2005.369 539. 200 4.793 ND ND 0.128 0.052 0.000 5/12/06 0:00 9-5 14218 1.364511.20011.850536.0009. 799 NDND0.3150.1180.000 5/12/06 12:00 9-6 14219 1.064511.2008.193535.2006. 110 NDND0.2140.0710.000 5/13/06 0:00 9-7 14220 1.283517.6007.060536.0005. 707 NDND0.1730.0620.000 5/13/06 12:00 9-8 14221 1.160 516.0006.507 535. 200 6.006 ND ND 0.160 0.068 0.000 5/14/06 0:00 9-9 14222 1.199518.4006.844537.6005. 367 NDND0.1690.0580.000 5/14/06 12:00 9-10 14223 1.446512.80011.709537.6008. 525 NDND0.3080.0990.000 5/15/06 0:00 9-11 14224 1.136 513.6006.453 541. 600 4.810 ND ND 0.160 0.051 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 49 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/15/06 12:00 9-12 14225 1.371 516.0008.299 535. 2006.867 ND ND 0.208 0.077 0.000 5/16/06 0:00 9-13 14226 1.315 510.4009.085 535. 2007.355 ND ND 0.233 0.085 0.000 5/16/06 12:00 9-14 14227 1.411516.0008.098541.6006. 548 NDND0.2010.0720.000 5/17/06 0:00 9-15 14228 1.325516.0008.767537.6006. 944 NDND0.2230.0790.000 5/17/06 12:00 9-16 14229 1.634515.2009.855539.2007. 476 NDND0.2470.0820.000 5/18/06 0:00 9-17 14230 1.398 516.00011.211 536. 0008.902 ND ND 0.294 0.105 0.000 5/18/06 12:00 9-18 14231 1.230517.60010.039541.60012. 076 NDND0.2640.1520.000 5/19/06 0:00 10-1 14052 1.360516.0006.475535.2004. 828 NDND0.1530.0490.000 5/19/06 12:00 10-2 14053 1.050521.6005.990535.2005. 127 NDND0.1480.0570.000 5/20/06 0:00 10-3 14054 1.202 513.6006.913 536. 8005.394 ND ND 0.171 0.059 0.000 5/20/06 12:00 10-4 14055 1.231513.6006.764542.4005. 410 NDND0.1660.0590.000 5/21/06 0:00 10-5 14056 1.456510.4009.794535.2007. 373 NDND0.2500.0830.000 5/21/06 12:00 10-6 14057 0.895513.6006.409540.0004. 939 NDND0.1650.0570.000 5/22/06 0:00 10-7 14058 1.652 518.4007.387 535. 2005.772 ND ND 0.172 0.058 0.000 5/22/06 12:00 10-8 14059 1.672512.80011.634536.0008. 919 NDND0.2990.1010.000 5/23/06 0:00 10-9 14060 2.335516.8006.454543.2005. 164 NDND0.1240.0400.000 5/23/06 12:00 10-10 14061 1.021516.0006.771540.0004. 833 NDND0.1730.0530.000 5/24/06 0:00 10-11 14062 1.328 515.2006.538 537. 6004.793 ND ND 0.156 0.049 0.000 5/24/06 12:00 10-12 14063 1.309516.8006.527535.2004. 938 NDND0.1570.0510.000 5/25/06 0:00 10-13 14064 1.206515.2006.452536.8005. 076 NDND0.1570.0540.000 5/25/06 12:00 10-14 14065 1.203513.6006.100539.2004. 631 NDND0.1470.0480.000 5/26/06 0:00 10-15 14066 1.212 513.6006.440 536. 0004.803 ND ND 0.157 0.050 0.000 5/26/06 12:00 10-16 14067 1.451512.0007.234535.2005. 486 NDND0.1730.0560.000 5/27/06 0:00 11-1 14665 1.952510.40018.611536.80014. 939 NDND0.5000.1820.000 5/27/06 12:00 11-2 14666 1.499511.2009.236535.2007. 051 NDND0.2320.0780.000 5/28/06 0:00 11-3 14667 1.464 516.0007.147 536. 8005.855 ND ND 0.170 0.061 0.000 5/28/06 12:00 11-4 14668 1.335514.4008.898535.2006. 193 NDND0.2270.0680.000 5/29/06 0:00 11-5 14669 1.454510.4009.397535.2007. 370 NDND0.2380.0830.000 5/29/06 12:00 11-6 14670 1.415512.0008.450535.2005. 822 NDND0.2110.0620.000 5/30/06 0:00 11-7 14671 1.613 516.80010.018 536. 0007.680 ND ND 0.252 0.085 0.000 5/30/06 12:00 11-8 14672 1.551516.80010.532535.2007. 551 NDND0.2690.0840.000 5/31/06 0:00 11-9 14673 1.494510.4008.199535.2005. 670 NDND0.2010.0580.000 5/31/06 12:00 11-10 14674 1.717510.40015.414536.00011. 524 NDND0.4110.1370.000 6/1/06 0:00 11-11 14675 1.524 517.6007.567 535. 2006.525 ND ND 0.181 0.070 0.000 6/1/06 12:00 11-12 14676 1.698513.6008.545535.2005. 607 NDND0.2050.0550.000 6/2/06 0:00 11-13 14677 1.660514.4009.187535.2006. 951 NDND0.2260.0740.000 6/2/06 12:00 11-14 14678 1.624515.2009.842535.2007. 355 NDND0.2470.0800.000 6/3/06 0:00 11-15 14679 1.608 512.00011.127 536. 0008.322 ND ND 0.286 0.094 0.000 6/3/06 12:00 12-1 14680 1.538515.2007.461535.2005. 214 NDND0.1780.0510.000 6/4/06 0:00 12-2 14681 1.471514.4008.094535.2006. 650 NDND0.1990.0730.000 6/4/06 12:00 12-3 14682 1.627 510.4008.390 536. 8006.137 ND ND 0.203 0.063 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 50 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/5/06 0:00 12-4 14683 1.491 515.2007.539 535. 2005.456 ND ND 0.181 0.056 0.000 6/5/06 12:00 12-5 14684 1.711 510.4008.262 535. 2006.383 ND ND 0.197 0.065 0.000 6/6/06 0:00 12-6 14685 1.547510.4007.011536.8005. 217 NDND0.1640.0510.000 6/6/06 12:00 12-7 14686 1.484515.2007.511536.8005. 077 NDND0.1810.0500.000 6/7/06 0:00 12-8 14687 1.589515.2007.837535.2006. 075 NDND0.1870.0630.000 6/7/06 12:00 12-9 14688 1.335 514.4007.471 537. 6005.429 ND ND 0.184 0.057 0.000 6/8/06 0:00 12-10 14689 1.564516.8007.963535.2006. 262 NDND0.1920.0660.000 6/8/06 12:00 12-11 14690 1.473511.2007.341535.2005. 332 NDND0.1760.0540.000 6/9/06 0:00 12-12 14691 1.649511.2006.973535.2005. 379 NDND0.1600.0520.000 6/9/06 12:00 13-1 14692 1.492 514.4008.566 535. 2006.047 ND ND 0.212 0.064 0.000 6/10/06 0:00 13-2 14693 1.166510.4007.846535.2005. 311 NDND0.2000.0580.000 6/10/06 12:00 13-3 14694 1.158514.4007.446535.2005. 911 NDND0.1890.0670.000 6/11/06 0:00 13-4 14695 1.025512.8005.920535.2004. 611 NDND0.1470.0500.000 6/11/06 12:00 13-5 14696 1.052 516.0005.816 535. 2004.063 ND ND 0.143 0.042 0.000 6/12/06 0:00 13-6 14697 1.062514.4006.275535.2003. 995 NDND0.1560.0410.000 6/12/06 12:00 13-7 14698 0.921510.4005.334535.2004. 590 NDND0.1320.0510.000 6/13/06 0:00 13-8 14699 0.947510.4006.676535.2004. 433 NDND0.1720.0490.000 6/13/06 12:00 13-9 14700 1.102 514.4006.030 535. 2003.743 ND ND 0.148 0.037 0.000 6/14/06 0:00 13-10 14701 1.092512.8005.770537.6004. 094 NDND0.1400.0420.000 6/14/06 12:00 13-11 14702 0.971510.4005.891537.6003. 729 NDND0.1480.0390.000 6/15/06 0:00 13-12 14703 0.982516.0005.279535.2003. 819 NDND0.1290.0400.000 6/15/06 12:00 13-13 14704 1.146 515.2005.819 535. 2004.169 ND ND 0.140 0.042 0.000 6/16/06 0:00 13-14 14705 1.173513.6006.979537.6004. 724 NDND0.1740.0500.000 6/16/06 12:00 14-1 15018 1.816524.8004.236539.2004. 626 NDND0.0730.0390.000 6/17/06 0:00 14-2 15019 2.141524.8005.106540.8005. 611 NDND0.0890.0490.000 6/17/06 12:00 14-3 15020 1.795 524.8005.505 544. 0006.180 ND ND 0.111 0.061 0.000 6/18/06 0:00 14-4 15021 1.582524.8003.645544.0004. 124 NDND0.0620.0360.000 6/18/06 12:00 14-5 15022 1.478524.8004.970549.6005. 659 NDND0.1050.0590.000 6/19/06 0:00 14-6 15023 1.786524.8004.750539.2005. 103 NDND0.0890.0460.000 6/19/06 12:00 14-7 15024 1.689 524.8002.828 549. 6003.972 ND ND 0.034 0.032 0.000 6/20/06 0:00 14-8 15025 1.779524.8004.419549.6005. 146 NDND0.0790.0470.000 6/20/06 12:00 14-9 15026 2.038524.8003.693549.6004. 366 NDND0.0500.0330.000 6/21/06 0:00 14-10 15027 1.623524.8002.772549.6004. 133 NDND0.0340.0350.000 6/21/06 12:00 14-11 15028 1.668 524.8003.716 547. 2004.301 ND ND 0.061 0.037 0.000 6/22/06 0:00 14-12 15029 1.591524.8002.824549.6004. 268 NDND0.0370.0370.000 6/22/06 12:00 14-13 15030 2.230524.8005.842535.2006. 140 NDND0.1080.0550.000 6/23/06 0:00 14-14 15031 1.196524.8002.400549.6003. 483 NDND0.0360.0320.000 6/23/06 12:00 15-1 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 6/24/06 0:00 15-2 17255 1.973510.40010.974535.2004. 018 NDND0.2700.0290.000 6/24/06 12:00 15-3 17256 1.398510.4009.219535.2004. 032 NDND0.2350.0370.000 6/25/06 0:00 15-4 17257 0.865 512.800 2.396 536.000 1.647 ND ND 0.046 0.011 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 51 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) A Y73 W avelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/25/06 12:00 15-5 17258 3.597 510.40012.305 535. 2007.059 ND ND 0.261 0.048 0.000 6/26/06 0:00 15-6 17259 0.410 516.0001.763 535. 2001.281 ND ND 0.041 0.012 0.000 6/26/06 12:00 15-7 17260 1.363510.4004.457536.0003. 312 NDND0.0930.0270.000 6/27/06 0:00 15-8 17262 0.978520.0002.736535.2001. 929 NDND0.0530.0130.000 6/27/06 12:00 15-9 17261 0.385512.8001.254535.2000. 748 NDND0.0260.0050.000 6/28/06 0:00 15-10 17263 0.479 520.8002.516 535. 2001.742 ND ND 0.061 0.018 0.000 6/28/06 12:00 15-11 17264 0.429511.2001.567535.2000. 997 NDND0.0340.0080.000 6/29/06 0:00 15-12 17265 1.748511.2003.813535.2003. 070 NDND0.0620.0190.000 6/29/06 12:00 15-13 17266 0.600520.8002.464535.2001. 731 NDND0.0560.0160.000 6/30/06 0:00 15-14 17267 1.718 510.4009.907 535. 2004.601 ND ND 0.246 0.040 0.000 6/30/06 12:00 16-1 17268 1.347514.4008.232535.2004. 388 NDND0.2070.0430.000 7/1/06 0:00 16-2 17269 0.519524.8001.915535.2001. 878 NDND0.0420.0190.000 7/1/06 12:00 16-3 17270 0.412510.4001.874535.2001. 070 NDND0.0440.0090.000 7/2/06 0:00 16-4 17271 1.226 510.4007.361 535. 2002.717 ND ND 0.184 0.021 0.000 7/2/06 12:00 16-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/3/06 0:00 16-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/3/06 12:00 16-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/4/06 0:00 16-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/4/06 12:00 16-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/5/06 0:00 16-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/5/06 12:00 16-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/6/06 0:00 16-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/6/06 12:00 16-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/7/06 0:00 16-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/7/06 12:00 16-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/8/06 0:00 16-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/8/06 12:00 16-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/9/06 0:00 16-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/9/06 12:00 16-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/10/06 0:00 16-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/10/06 12:00 16-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/11/06 0:00 16-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/11/06 12:00 16-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/12/06 0:00 16a-1 17675 0.112 512.000 0.481 535. 200 0.286 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000 7/12/06 12:00 16a-2 17676 0.100512.8000.269536.0000. 155 NDND0.0050.0010.000 7/13/06 0:00 16a-3 17677 0.077513.6000.345536.0000. 153 NDND0.0080.0010.000 7/13/06 12:00 16a-4 17678 0.160516.8000.421535.2000. 301 NDND0.0080.0020.000 7/14/06 0:00 16a-5 17679 0.059 511.200 0.310 535. 200 0.157 ND ND 0.008 0.001 0.000 7/14/06 12:00 16a-6 17680 0.048510.4000.313535.2000. 110 NDND0.0080.0010.000 7/15/06 0:00 16a-7 17681 0.076510.4000.346539.2000. 146 NDND0.0080.0010.000 7/15/06 12:00 16a-8 17682 0.046 511.200 0.294 535. 200 0.116 ND ND 0.007 0.001 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 52 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/16/06 0:00 16a-9 17683 0.136 516.0000.448 535. 2000.270 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000 7/16/06 12:00 16a-10 17684 0.095 510.4000.296 535. 2000.145 ND ND 0.006 0.001 0.000 7/17/06 0:00 16a-11 17685 0.065512.8000.280535.2000. 108 NDND0.0060.0010.000 7/17/06 12:00 16a-12 17686 0.132516.8000.419535.2000. 331 NDND0.0090.0030.000 7/18/06 0:00 16a-13 17687 0.094514.4000.295535.2000. 154 NDND0.0060.0010.000 7/18/06 12:00 16a-14 17688 0.130 517.6000.366 535. 2000.203 ND ND 0.007 0.001 0.000 7/19/06 0:00 17-1 15123 1.498524.8004.203549.6005. 143 NDND0.0810.0510.000 7/19/06 12:00 17-2 15124 1.805524.8003.727549.6006. 711 NDND0.0580.0690.000 7/20/06 0:00 17-3 15125 1.085524.8003.455536.8003. 717 NDND0.0710.0370.000 7/20/06 12:00 17-4 15126 1.670 524.8003.695 549. 6004.508 ND ND 0.061 0.040 0.000 7/21/06 0:00 17-5 15127 1.189524.8002.610549.6004. 271 NDND0.0430.0430.000 7/21/06 12:00 17-6 15128 1.213524.8003.373548.0003. 777 NDND0.0650.0360.000 7/22/06 0:00 17-7 15129 1.425524.8003.266547.2003. 516 NDND0.0550.0290.000 7/22/06 12:00 17-8 15130 1.750 524.8003.221 549. 6004.052 ND ND 0.044 0.032 0.000 7/23/06 0:00 17-9 15131 1.109524.8002.204549.6003. 420 NDND0.0330.0320.000 7/23/06 12:00 17-10 15132 1.616524.8003.663541.6003. 898 NDND0.0610.0320.000 7/24/06 0:00 17-11 15133 1.651524.8003.035549.6003. 739 NDND0.0420.0290.000 7/24/06 12:00 17-12 15134 1.179 524.8002.430 549. 6003.780 ND ND 0.038 0.036 0.000 7/25/06 0:00 17-13 15135 3.051524.8005.275549.6005. 911 NDND0.0670.0400.000 7/25/06 12:00 17-14 15136 1.444524.8002.732549.6004. 203 NDND0.0390.0390.000 7/26/06 0:00 18-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/26/06 12:00 18-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/27/06 0:00 18-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/27/06 12:00 18-4 SNA SNASN A SNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/28/06 0:00 18-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/28/06 12:00 18-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/29/06 0:00 18-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 12:00 18-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 0:00 18-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 12:00 18-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/31/06 0:00 18-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 12:00 18-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 0:00 18-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 12:00 18-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/2/06 0:00 19-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/2/06 12:00 19-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 0:00 19-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 12:00 19-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/4/06 0:00 19-5 17640 0.112524.0000.679535.2000. 402 NDND0.0170.0040.000 8/4/06 12:00 19-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/5/06 0:00 19-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 53 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 8/5/06 12:00 19-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/6/06 0:00 19-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/6/06 12:00 19-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 0:00 19-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 12:00 19-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/8/06 0:00 19-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/8/06 12:00 19-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASN A SNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 0:00 19-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 12:00 19-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/10/06 0:00 19-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/10/06 12:00 20-1 16224 0.609517. 6002.001NDNDNDND0.0420.0000.000 8/11/06 0:00 20-2 16225 0.536521. 6002.303NDNDNDND0.0530.0000.000 8/11/06 12:00 20-3 16226 0.398518. 4001.474NDNDNDND0.0320.0000.000 8/12/06 0:00 20-4 16227 0.607 519.2001.691 ND ND ND ND 0.033 0.000 0.000 8/12/06 12:00 20-5 16228 0.372521. 6001.452NDNDNDND0.0320.0000.000 8/13/06 0:00 20-6 16229 0.395520. 0001.494NDNDNDND0.0330.0000.000 8/13/06 12:00 20-7 16230 0.304519. 2001.012NDNDNDND0.0210.0000.000 8/14/06 0:00 20-8 16231 0.302 519.2001.028 ND ND ND ND 0.022 0.000 0.000 8/14/06 12:00 20-9 16232 0.342514. 4001.111NDNDNDND0.0230.0000.000 8/15/06 0:00 20-10 16233 0.270518. 4001.125NDNDNDND0.0260.0000.000 8/15/06 12:00 20-11 16234 0.244522. 4001.048NDNDNDND0.0240.0000.000 8/16/06 0:00 20-12 16235 0.370 520.0001.284 ND ND ND ND 0.027 0.000 0.000 8/16/06 12:00 20-13 16236 0.248522. 4001.131NDNDNDND0.0260.0000.000 8/17/06 0:00 20-14 16237 0.230520. 0001.379NDNDNDND0.0340.0000.000 8/17/06 12:00 20-15 16238 0.248521. 6000.903NDNDNDND0.0200.0000.000 8/18/06 0:00 20-16 16239 0.000 523.2001.247 ND ND ND ND 0.037 0.000 0.000 8/18/06 12:00 20-17 16240 0.000518. 4003.307NDNDNDND0.0990.0000.000 8/19/06 0:00 20-18 16241 0.000520. 8003.860NDNDNDND0.1160.0000.000 8/19/06 12:00 20-19 16242 0.900518. 4003.196NDNDNDND0.0690.0000.000 8/20/06 0:00 20-20 16243 1.615 522.4004.228 ND ND ND ND 0.078 0.000 0.000 8/20/06 12:00 20-21 16244 1.238519. 2003.529NDNDNDND0.0690.0000.000 8/21/06 0:00 20-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 12:00 20-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/22/06 0:00 21-1 16598 0.770 523.200 6.010 535. 200 3.691 ND ND 0.157 0.041 0.000 8/22/06 12:00 21-2 16599 0.742523.2005.662535.2003. 524 NDND0.1480.0390.000 8/23/06 0:00 21-3 16600 1.395523.2005.748535.2003. 551 NDND0.1310.0300.000 8/23/06 12:00 21-4 16601 0.879519.2004.012535.2002. 445 NDND0.0940.0220.000 8/24/06 0:00 21-5 16602 1.066 522.400 6.987 535. 200 3.773 ND ND 0.178 0.038 0.000 8/24/06 12:00 21-6 16602 1.066522.4006.987535.2003. 773 NDND0.1780.0380.000 8/25/06 0:00 21-7 16603 0.877510.4003.317535.2001. 510 NDND0.0730.0090.000 8/25/06 12:00 21-8 16604 0.743 516.800 2.713 535. 200 1.732 ND ND 0.059 0.014 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 54 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 8/26/06 0:00 21-9 16605 1.222 522.4005.812 535. 2003.624 ND ND 0.138 0.034 0.000 8/26/06 12:00 21-10 16606 1.013 523.2003.690 535. 2002.620 ND ND 0.080 0.022 0.000 8/27/06 0:00 21-11 16607 0.936520.8004.658535.2002. 593 NDND0.1120.0230.000 8/27/06 12:00 21-12 16608 0.877518.4003.171535.2001. 899 NDND0.0690.0140.000 8/28/06 0:00 21-13 16609 0.947519.2002.812535.2001. 841 NDND0.0560.0130.000 8/28/06 12:00 21-14 16610 1.058 520.8003.391 535. 2002.274 ND ND 0.070 0.017 0.000 8/29/06 0:00 21-15 16611 0.816521.6002.810535.2001. 779 NDND0.0600.0130.000 8/29/06 12:00 21-16 16612 0.681520.0002.407535.2001. 471 NDND0.0520.0110.000 8/30/06 0:00 21-17 16613 0.724523.2002.827535.2001. 745 NDND0.0630.0140.000 8/30/06 12:00 22-1 17465 0.458 512.8001.380 535. 2000.788 ND ND 0.028 0.005 0.000 8/31/06 0:00 22-2 17466 0.553524.8002.711535.2002. 395 NDND0.0650.0260.000 8/31/06 12:00 22-3 17467 0.320520.0001.083535.2000. 735 NDND0.0230.0060.000 9/1/06 0:00 22-4 17468 0.274521.6001.599535.2000. 875 NDND0.0400.0080.000 9/1/06 12:00 22-5 17469 0.338 518.4001.093 535. 2000.678 ND ND 0.023 0.005 0.000 9/2/06 0:00 22-6 17470 0.446512.8001.321535.2000. 749 NDND0.0260.0040.000 9/2/06 12:00 22-7 17471 0.345524.0001.399535.2001. 110 NDND0.0320.0110.000 9/3/06 0:00 22-8 17472 0.265522.4001.261535.2000. 729 NDND0.0300.0060.000 9/3/06 12:00 22-9 17473 0.284 520.0000.999 535. 2000.636 ND ND 0.021 0.005 0.000 9/4/06 0:00 22-10 17474 0.338522.4001.285535.2000. 782 NDND0.0280.0060.000 9/4/06 12:00 22-11 17475 0.231521.6001.142535.2000. 658 NDND0.0270.0060.000 9/5/06 0:00 22-12 17476 0.305523.2001.360535.2001. 113 NDND0.0320.0110.000 9/5/06 12:00 22-13 17477 0.228 523.2000.700 535. 2000.428 ND ND 0.014 0.003 0.000 9/6/06 0:00 22-14 17478 0.200521.6000.676535.2000. 417 NDND0.0140.0030.000 9/6/06 12:00 22-15 17479 0.221519.2000.650535.2000. 423 NDND0.0130.0030.000 9/7/06 0:00 22-16 17480 0.230523.20036.123535.2000. 426 NDND1.0770.0030.000 9/7/06 12:00 22-17 17481 0.218 520.8000.595 535. 2000.398 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000 9/8/06 0:00 22-18 17482 0.203516.0000.661535.2000. 361 NDND0.0140.0020.000 9/8/06 12:00 22-19 17483 0.248517.6000.650535.2000. 444 NDND0.0120.0030.000 9/9/06 0:00 23-1 16998 0.833515.2002.774535.2001. 569 NDND0.0580.0100.000 9/9/06 12:00 23-2 16999 1.239 518.4002.672 535. 2001.957 ND ND 0.043 0.010 0.000 9/10/06 0:00 23-3 17000 0.730516.0001.989535.2001. 176 NDND0.0380.0060.000 9/10/06 12:00 23-4 17001 0.576514.4002.762535.2001. 368 NDND0.0660.0110.000 9/11/06 0:00 23-5 17002 0.516510.4001.818535.2000. 848 NDND0.0390.0050.000 9/11/06 12:00 23-6 17003 0.661 520.0002.162 535. 2001.488 ND ND 0.045 0.012 0.000 9/12/06 0:00 23-7 17004 1.142518.4002.309535.2001. 843 NDND0.0350.0100.000 9/12/06 12:00 23-8 17005 0.543511.2001.354536.0000. 889 NDND0.0240.0050.000 9/13/06 0:00 23-9 17006 0.964524.8002.927535.2002. 810 NDND0.0590.0260.000 9/13/06 12:00 23-10 17007 0.438 511.2001.614 535. 2000.933 ND ND 0.035 0.007 0.000 9/14/06 0:00 23-11 17008 0.496524.8001.587535.2001. 452 NDND0.0330.0130.000 9/14/06 12:00 23-12 17009 0.478519.2001.307535.2000. 855 NDND0.0250.0050.000 9/15/06 0:00 23-13 17010 0.527 523.2001.441 535. 2000.966 ND ND 0.027 0.006 0.000 Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 55 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/15/06 12:00 23-14 17011 0.427 520.0001.032 535. 2000.756 ND ND 0.018 0.005 0.000 9/16/06 0:00 23-15 17012 0.325 513.6001.076 535. 2000.663 ND ND 0.023 0.005 0.000 9/16/06 12:00 23-16 17013 0.520516.0001.159535.2000. 842 NDND0.0190.0050.000 9/17/06 0:00 23-17 17014 0.246518.4000.771535.2000. 479 NDND0.0160.0030.000 9/17/06 12:00 23-18 17015 0.336520.8001.033535.2000. 651 NDND0.0210.0040.000 9/18/06 0:00 23-19 17016 0.350 517.6000.858 535. 2000.563 ND ND 0.015 0.003 0.000 9/18/06 12:00 24-1 17890 0.204516.0000.708535.2000. 420 NDND0.0150.0030.000 9/19/06 0:00 24-2 17891 0.363519.2000.795536.0000. 588 NDND0.0130.0030.000 9/19/06 12:00 24-3 17892 0.122519.2000.575535.2000. 312 NDND0.0140.0030.000 9/20/06 0:00 24-4 17893 0.102 517.6000.484 535. 2000.278 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000 9/20/06 12:00 24-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 0:00 24-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 12:00 24-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 0:00 24-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/22/06 12:00 24-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 0:00 24-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 12:00 24-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 0:00 24-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/24/06 12:00 24-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 0:00 24-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 12:00 24-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 0:00 24-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/26/06 12:00 24-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 0:00 24-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 12:00 24-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 0:00 24-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/28/06 12:00 24-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 1. IS spectroflour ophotometric data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 56 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data. m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest Probable Flow 1.82 64.2 149 9 98 9 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 0.9 0 31.8 742 48 9 N/A Probable Average Flow 1.21 42.8 1000 660 N/A Max 38.138 524.800 79.517 549.600 139.372 556.000 3.504 1.811 1.417 0.030 Min 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 -0.005 -0.007 0.000 Count 366 276 276 360 360 34 32 549 549 549 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/30/06 12:00 1-1 11086 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 0:00 1-2 11087 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 12:00 1-3 11088 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 0:00 1-4 11089 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 12:00 1-5 11090 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 0:00 1-6 11091 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 12:00 1-7 11092 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/3/06 0:00 1-8 11093 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 12:00 1-9 11094 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 0:00 1-10 11095 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 12:00 1-11 11096 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/5/06 0:00 2-1 11624 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 12:00 2-2 11625 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 0:00 2-3 11626 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 12:00 2-4 11627 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/7/06 0:00 2-5 11628 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 12:00 2-6 11629 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 0:00 2-7 11630 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 12:00 2-8 11631 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/9/06 0:00 2-9 11632 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 12:00 2-10 11633 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 0:00 2-11 11634 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 12:00 2-12 11635 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 0:00 2-13 11636 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 12:00 2-14 11637 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/12/06 0:00 3-1 12070 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/12/06 12:00 3-2 12071 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/13/06 0:00 3-3 12072 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 57 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/13/06 12:00 3-4 12073 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/14/06 0:00 3-5 12074 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/14/06 12:00 3-6 12075 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 0:00 3-7 12076 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 12:00 3-8 12077 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 0:00 3-9 12078 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/16/06 12:00 3-10 12079 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 0:00 3-11 12080 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 12:00 3-12 12081 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/18/06 0:00 3-13 12082 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/18/06 12:00 3-14 12083 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 0:00 4-1 12320 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 12:00 4-2 12321 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 0:00 4-3 12322 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/20/06 12:00 4-4 12323 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 0:00 4-5 12324 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 12:00 4-6 12325 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/22/06 0:00 4-7 12326 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/22/06 12:00 4-8 12327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/23/06 0:00 4-9 12328 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/23/06 12:00 4-10 12329 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/24/06 0:00 4-11 12330 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/24/06 12:00 4-12 12331 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/25/06 0:00 4-13 12332 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/25/06 12:00 5-1 12203 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/26/06 0:00 5-2 12204 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/26/06 12:00 5-3 12205 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/27/06 0:00 5-4 12206 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/27/06 12:00 5-5 12207 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/28/06 0:00 5-6 12208 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/28/06 12:00 5-7 12209 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/1/06 0:00 5-8 12210 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/1/06 12:00 5-9 12211 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/2/06 0:00 5-10 12212 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/2/06 12:00 5-11 12213 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/3/06 0:00 5-12 12214 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/3/06 12:00 5-13 12215 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/4/06 0:00 5-14 12216 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/4/06 12:00 5-15 12217 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/5/06 0:00 6-1 12560 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/5/06 12:00 6-2 12561 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 58 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/6/06 0:00 6-3 12562 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/6/06 12:00 6-4 12563 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/7/06 0:00 6-5 12564 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/7/06 12:00 6-6 12565 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 0:00 6-7 12566 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 12:00 6-8 12567 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/9/06 0:00 6-9 12568 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/9/06 12:00 6-10 12569 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/10/06 0:00 6-11 12570 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/10/06 12:00 6-12 12571 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/11/06 0:00 6-13 12572 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/11/06 12:00 6-14 12573 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/12/06 0:00 7-1 12674 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/12/06 12:00 7-2 12675 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/13/06 0:00 7-3 12676 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/13/06 12:00 7-4 12677 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/14/06 0:00 7-5 12678 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/14/06 12:00 7-6 12679 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/15/06 0:00 7-7 12680 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/15/06 12:00 7-8 12681 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/16/06 0:00 7-9 12682 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/16/06 12:00 7-10 12683 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/17/06 0:00 7-11 12684 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/17/06 12:00 7-12 12685 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 0:00 7-13 12686 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 12:00 7-14 12687 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/19/06 0:00 7-15 12688 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/19/06 12:00 7-16 12689 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/20/06 0:00 8-1 12879 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/20/06 12:00 8-2 12880 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/21/06 0:00 8-3 12881 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/21/06 12:00 8-4 12882 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 0:00 8-5 12883 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 12:00 8-6 12884 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/23/06 0:00 8-7 12885 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 12:00 8-8 12886 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/24/06 0:00 8-9 12887 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/24/06 0:00 8-9 12888 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/24/06 12:00 8-10 12889 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/25/06 0:00 8-11 12890 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/25/06 12:00 8-12 12891 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 59 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/26/06 0:00 9-1 12830 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/26/06 12:00 9-2 12831 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/27/06 0:00 9-3 12832 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/27/06 12:00 9-4 12833 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 0:00 9-5 12834 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 12:00 9-6 12835 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/29/06 0:00 9-7 12836 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/29/06 12:00 9-8 12837 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/30/06 0:00 9-9 12838 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/30/06 12:00 9-10 12839 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/31/06 0:00 9-11 12840 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 12:00 9-12 12841 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/1/06 0:00 9-13 12842 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/1/06 12:00 9-14 12843 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/2/06 0:00 9-15 12844 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/2/06 12:00 9-16 12845 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/3/06 0:00 9-17 12846 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/3/06 12:00 9-18 12847 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/4/06 0:00 9-19 12848 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/4/06 12:00 9-20 12849 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/5/06 0:00 10-1 13663 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/5/06 12:00 10-2 13664 1.342 510.400 7.396 ND ND ND ND 0.182 0.000 0.000 4/6/06 0:00 10-3 13665 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/6/06 12:00 10-4 13666 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/7/06 0:00 10-5 13667 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/7/06 12:00 10-6 13668 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/8/06 0:00 10-7 13669 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/8/06 12:00 10-8 13670 1.045ND ND535.2005.389 NDND 0.0000.0610.000 4/9/06 0:00 10-9 13671 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/9/06 12:00 10-10 13672 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/10/06 0:00 10-11 13673 1.339ND ND536.0005.837 NDND 0.0000.0630.000 4/10/06 12:00 10-12 13674 1.203ND ND535.2004.492 NDND 0.0000.0460.000 4/11/06 0:00 10-13 13675 1.344NDND NDND 556.0003.504 0.0000.0000.030 4/11/06 12:00 10-14 13676 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/12/06 0:00 11-1 13480 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/12/06 12:00 11-2 13481 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/13/06 0:00 11-3 13482 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/13/06 12:00 11-4 13483 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/14/06 0:00 11-5 13484 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/14/06 12:00 11-6 13485 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/15/06 0:00 11-7 13486 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 60 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/15/06 12:00 11-8 13487 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/16/06 0:00 11-9 13488 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/16/06 12:00 11-10 13489 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/17/06 0:00 11-11 13490 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/17/06 12:00 11-12 13491 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/18/06 0:00 11-13 13492 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/18/06 12:00 11-14 13493 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/19/06 0:00 12-1 13326 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/19/06 12:00 12-2 13327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/20/06 0:00 12-3 13328 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/20/06 12:00 12-4 13329 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/21/06 0:00 12-5 13330 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/21/06 12:00 12-6 13331 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/22/06 0:00 12-7 13332 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/22/06 12:00 12-8 13333 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/23/06 0:00 12-9 13334 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/23/06 12:00 12-10 13335 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/24/06 0:00 12-11 13336 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/24/06 12:00 12-12 13337 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/25/06 0:00 12-13 13338 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/25/06 12:00 12-14 13339 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/26/06 0:00 13-1 13746 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/26/06 12:00 13-2 13747 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/27/06 0:00 13-3 13748 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/27/06 12:00 13-4 13749 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/28/06 0:00 13-5 13750 0.970 513.600 8.023 ND ND ND ND 0.212 0.000 0.000 4/28/06 12:00 13-6 13751 1.359510.4009.013538.4006. 526 NDND0.2300.0720.000 4/29/06 0:00 13-7 13752 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/29/06 12:00 13-8 13753 1.055512.0007.339535. 2005.121 0.000ND 0.1890.0570.000 4/30/06 0:00 13-9 13754 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/30/06 12:00 13-10 13755 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/1/06 0:00 13-11 13756 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/1/06 12:00 13-12 13757 1.332NDND 535.2008.360 0.000ND 0.0000.0980.000 5/2/06 0:00 13-13 13758 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/2/06 12:00 13-14 13759 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/3/06 0:00 14-1 13991 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/3/06 12:00 14-2 13992 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/4/06 0:00 14-3 13993 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/4/06 12:00 14-4 13994 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/5/06 0:00 14-5 no sam p le NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/5/06 12:00 14-6 13995 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 61 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/1/04 0:00 14-grab 13996 1.314 ND ND 536.000 9.673 ND ND 0.000 0.117 0.000 5/6/06 0:00 14-7 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/6/06 12:00 14-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/7/06 0:00 14-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/7/06 12:00 14-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/8/06 0:00 14-11 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/8/06 12:00 14-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 0:00 14-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 12:00 14-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/10/06 0:00 15-1 14196 1.735 514.40010.855 536. 0009.214 ND ND 0.274 0.105 0.000 5/10/06 12:00 15-2 14197 1.404510.40014.105535.20011. 614 NDND0.3810.1430.000 5/11/06 0:00 15-3 14198 1.402510.4009.840535.2009. 059 NDND0.2530.1070.000 5/11/06 12:00 15-4 14199 1.405510.40017.054536.00012. 776 NDND0.4690.1590.000 5/12/06 0:00 15-5 14200 1.282 510.40015.371 535. 20012.754 ND ND 0.423 0.161 0.000 5/12/06 12:00 15-6 14201 1.123510.40011.834540.0009. 681 NDND0.3210.1200.000 5/13/06 0:00 15-7 14202 1.387511.20013.438540.80011. 596 NDND0.3620.1430.000 5/13/06 12:00 15-8 14203 1.148510.4008.859541.6007. 980 NDND0.2310.0960.000 5/14/06 0:00 15-9 14204 1.418 510.4009.952 540. 0008.590 ND ND 0.256 0.100 0.000 5/14/06 12:00 15-10 14205 1.328510.40010.391535.2009. 104 NDND0.2720.1090.000 5/15/06 0:00 15-11 14206 1.243511.2009.155536.0007. 984 NDND0.2370.0940.000 5/15/06 12:00 15-12 14207 1.283511.2008.392536.0006. 683 NDND0.2130.0760.000 5/16/06 0:00 15-13 14208 1.417 510.4008.431 542. 4007.854 ND ND 0.210 0.090 0.000 5/16/06 12:00 15-14 14209 1.144510.4009.917535.2008. 225 NDND0.2630.0990.000 5/17/06 0:00 15-15 14210 1.201510.4009.301536.8007. 052 NDND0.2430.0820.000 5/17/06 12:00 15-16 14211 1.479510.40014.533535.20011. 439 NDND0.3920.1390.000 5/18/06 0:00 15-17 14212 1.123 510.4007.695 537. 6006.483 ND ND 0.197 0.075 0.000 5/18/06 12:00 15-18 14213 1.537511.2009.847535.2007. 684 NDND0.2490.0860.000 5/19/06 0:00 16-1 14068 1.853ND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/19/06 12:00 16-2 14069 1.426510.4008.089535.2006. 723 NDND0.2000.0740.000 5/20/06 0:00 16-3 14070 1.372 ND ND 537.600 5.957 ND ND 0.000 0.064 0.000 5/20/06 12:00 16-4 14071 1.262ND ND536.0007.258 NDND 0.0000.0840.000 5/21/06 0:00 16-5 14072 1.528510.4009.144536.0007. 309 NDND0.2280.0810.000 5/21/06 12:00 16-6 14073 1.207ND ND536.0005.860 NDND 0.0000.0650.000 5/22/06 0:00 16-7 14074 1.558 512.800 8.315 538. 400 6.804 ND ND 0.203 0.073 0.000 5/22/06 12:00 16-8 14075 1.397ND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/23/06 0:00 16-9 14076 3.436ND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/23/06 12:00 16-10 14077 1.429510.4008.065538.4006. 018 NDND0.1990.0640.000 5/24/06 0:00 16-11 14078 1.418 ND ND 539.200 7.507 ND ND 0.000 0.085 0.000 5/24/06 12:00 16-12 14079 1.511ND ND535.2006.217 NDND 0.0000.0660.000 5/25/06 0:00 16-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/25/06 12:00 16-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 62 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/26/06 0:00 16-15 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/26/06 12:00 16-16 14080 1.452 ND ND 535.2005.926 ND ND 0.000 0.063 0.000 5/27/06 0:00 17-1 17503 0.258519.2001.007535.2000. 729 NDND0.0220.0070.000 5/27/06 12:00 17-2 17504 0.240524.8001.017535.2000. 788 NDND0.0230.0080.000 5/28/06 0:00 17-3 17505 0.205518.4000.675535.2000. 575 NDND0.0140.0050.000 5/28/06 12:00 17-4 17506 0.183 524.8000.702 535. 2000.632 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000 5/29/06 0:00 17-5 17507 0.305514.4000.901536.0000. 656 NDND0.0180.0050.000 5/29/06 12:00 17-6 17508 0.385524.8000.987535.2000. 836 NDND0.0180.0060.000 5/30/06 0:00 17-7 17509 0.224510.4000.969535.2000. 592 NDND0.0220.0050.000 5/30/06 12:00 17-8 17510 0.219 523.2000.721 535. 2000.650 ND ND 0.015 0.006 0.000 5/31/06 0:00 17-9 17511 0.196519.2000.661535.2000. 482 NDND0.0140.0040.000 5/31/06 12:00 17-10 17512 0.264518.4000.685536.0000. 559 NDND0.0130.0040.000 6/1/06 0:00 17-11 17513 0.275524.8000.660536.0000. 562 NDND0.0120.0040.000 6/1/06 12:00 17-12 17514 0.255 511.2000.993 535. 2000.675 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000 6/2/06 0:00 17-13 17515 0.369510.4001.028536.0000. 785 NDND0.0200.0060.000 6/2/06 12:00 17-14 17516 0.210521.6000.850535.2000. 665 NDND0.0190.0060.000 6/3/06 0:00 17-15 17517 0.444516.8001.290535.2001. 060 NDND0.0250.0090.000 6/3/06 12:00 17-16 17518 0.228 519.2000.727 535. 2000.577 ND ND 0.015 0.005 0.000 6/4/06 0:00 18-1 14654 2.049510.40011.653539.20010. 007 NDND0.2880.1110.000 6/4/06 12:00 18-2 14655 1.770510.4009.471535.2009. 184 NDND0.2310.1040.000 6/5/06 0:00 18-3 14656 1.772510.40010.069537.6008. 781 NDND0.2490.0980.000 6/5/06 12:00 18-4 14657 1.694 510.4008.078 536. 0007.499 ND ND 0.192 0.081 0.000 6/6/06 0:00 18-5 14658 1.621511.2007.915537.6006. 794 NDND0.1890.0720.000 6/6/06 12:00 18-6 14659 1.848510.4008.718536.0006. 976 NDND0.2060.0720.000 6/7/06 0:00 18-7 14660 1.850510.40010.251536.0008. 490 NDND0.2520.0930.000 6/7/06 12:00 18-8 14661 1.469 511.2008.945 536. 0007.801 ND ND 0.224 0.089 0.000 6/8/06 0:00 18-9 14662 1.607510.4009.453535.2007. 570 NDND0.2350.0830.000 6/8/06 12:00 18-10 14663 1.701510.4009.728537.6009. 109 NDND0.2410.1040.000 6/9/06 0:00 18-11 14664 1.938510.40011.402536.8009. 503 NDND0.2840.1060.000 6/9/06 12:00 19-1 14724 1.029 510.4006.217 537. 6006.112 ND ND 0.156 0.071 0.000 6/10/06 0:00 19-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 12:00 19-3 14726 1.342ND ND541.6007.154 NDND 0.0000.0810.000 6/11/06 0:00 19-4 14727 1.340ND ND535.2006.987 NDND 0.0000.0790.000 6/11/06 12:00 19-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/12/06 0:00 19-6 14729 1.605ND ND535.2008.035 NDND 0.0000.0900.000 6/12/06 12:00 19-7 14730 1.228ND ND540.8007.677 NDND 0.0000.0900.000 6/13/06 0:00 19-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 12:00 19-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/14/06 0:00 19-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 12:00 19-11 14734 1.432ND ND535.20010.705 NDND 0.0000.1300.000 6/15/06 0:00 19-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 63 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/15/06 12:00 19-13 14736 3.065 ND ND 541.6007.862 ND ND 0.000 0.067 0.000 6/16/06 0:00 19-14 14737 1.174 ND ND 535.2007.748 ND ND 0.000 0.092 0.000 6/16/06 12:00 19-15 14738 1.456ND ND539.2008.470 NDND 0.0000.0980.000 6/17/06 0:00 19-16 14739 1.249ND ND536.8007.365 NDND 0.0000.0860.000 6/17/06 12:00 19-17 14740 0.956ND ND535.2008.153 NDND 0.0000.1010.000 6/18/06 0:00 19-18 14741 1.440 ND ND 538.4006.858 ND ND 0.000 0.076 0.000 6/18/06 12:00 19-19 14742 1.508ND ND536.8008.046 NDND 0.0000.0920.000 6/19/06 0:00 19-20 14743 1.435ND ND543.2006.782 NDND 0.0000.0750.000 6/19/06 12:00 19-21 14744 1.259ND ND536.0008.105 NDND 0.0000.0960.000 6/20/06 0:00 19-22 14745 1.233 ND ND 538.4007.243 ND ND 0.000 0.084 0.000 6/20/06 12:00 20-1 17371 0.048510.4000.360538.4000. 221 NDND0.0090.0020.000 6/21/06 0:00 20-2 17372 0.052ND ND535.2000.274 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 6/21/06 12:00 20-3 17373 0.103ND ND535.2000.372 NDND 0.0000.0040.000 6/22/06 0:00 20-4 17374 0.073 524.000 0.492 535. 2000.348 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000 6/22/06 12:00 20-5 17375 0.058521.6000.274535.2000. 229 NDND0.0060.0020.000 6/23/06 0:00 20-6 17376 0.071520.8000.366535.2000. 296 NDND0.0090.0030.000 6/23/06 12:00 20-7 17377 0.053ND ND535.2000.246 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 6/24/06 0:00 20-8 17378 0.067 ND ND 535.2000.249 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000 6/24/06 12:00 20-9 17380 0.047ND ND535.2000.270 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 6/25/06 0:00 20-10 17381 0.071ND ND536.0000.234 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 6/25/06 12:00 20-11 17382 0.071ND ND539.2000.254 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 6/26/06 0:00 20-12 17383 0.078 ND ND 535.2000.312 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000 6/26/06 12:00 20-13 17384 0.062ND ND535.2000.217 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 6/27/06 0:00 20-14 17385 0.039ND ND535.2000.217 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 6/27/06 12:00 20-15 17386 0.139ND ND535.2000.390 NDND 0.0000.0040.000 6/28/06 0:00 20-16 17387 0.058 ND ND 535.2000.215 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000 6/28/06 12:00 20-17 17388 0.054ND ND535.2000.228 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 6/29/06 0:00 20-18 17389 0.036ND ND540.8000.179 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 6/29/06 12:00 20-19 17390 0.064ND ND535.2000.251 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 6/30/06 0:00 20-20 17272 0.533 524.800 1.707 535. 2001.439 ND ND 0.035 0.013 0.000 6/30/06 12:00 21-1 17273 0.614510.4001.526535.2001. 042 NDND0.0270.0060.000 7/1/06 0:00 21-2 17274 1.200518.4003.542535. 2000.752 NDND0.070-0.0060.000 7/1/06 12:00 21-3 17275 1.215510.4002.936535. 2000.747 NDND0.052-0.0070.000 7/2/06 0:00 21-4 17276 0.612 523.200 2.002 535. 2000.767 ND ND 0.042 0.002 0.000 7/2/06 12:00 21-5 17277 0.419524.8001.924535.2000. 776 NDND0.0450.0050.000 7/3/06 0:00 21-6 17278 0.481510.4001.546535.2000. 585 NDND0.0320.0010.000 7/3/06 12:00 21-7 17279 0.397524.8002.026535.2000. 533 NDND0.0490.0020.000 7/4/06 0:00 21-8 17280 0.317 524.000 0.949 536. 0000.772 ND ND 0.019 0.006 0.000 7/4/06 12:00 21-9 17281 0.177510.4000.970535.2000. 728 NDND0.0240.0080.000 7/5/06 0:00 21-10 17282 0.192510.4000.937535.2000. 764 NDND0.0220.0080.000 7/5/06 12:00 2111 17283 0.310 510.400 0.783 535.2000.760 ND ND 0.014 0.006 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 64 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/6/06 0:00 21-12 17284 0.986 518.4004.741 535. 2003.436 ND ND 0.113 0.034 0.000 7/6/06 12:00 21-13 17285 0.543 511.2001.338 536. 8001.132 ND ND 0.024 0.008 0.000 7/7/06 0:00 21-14 17286 0.321524.8000.879535.2000. 829 NDND0.0170.0070.000 7/7/06 12:00 21-15 17287 0.254523.2000.820536.0000. 685 NDND0.0170.0060.000 7/8/06 0:00 21-16 17288 0.234524.0000.706535.2000. 641 NDND0.0140.0060.000 7/8/06 12:00 21-17 17289 0.497 524.8001.662 535. 2001.538 ND ND 0.035 0.015 0.000 7/9/06 0:00 21-18 17290 0.244518.4000.634535.2000. 603 NDND0.0120.0050.000 7/9/06 12:00 21-19 17291 0.250516.0000.862537.6000. 742 NDND0.0180.0070.000 7/10/06 0:00 21-20 17292 0.140520.8000.684535.2000. 599 NDND0.0160.0060.000 7/10/06 12:00 21-21 17293 0.270 520.8000.794 536. 0000.675 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000 7/11/06 0:00 21-22 17294 0.765524.8002.820535.2002. 506 NDND0.0620.0240.000 7/11/06 12:00 21-23 17705 0.104511.2000.427535.2000. 296 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/12/06 0:00 22-1 17706 0.082516.8000.323535.2000. 233 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/12/06 12:00 22-2 17707 0.106 520.0000.541 535. 2000.385 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000 7/13/06 0:00 22-3 17708 0.054518.4000.297535.2000. 201 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/13/06 12:00 22-4 17709 0.095520.8000.333536.0000. 269 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/14/06 0:00 22-5 17710 0.085510.4000.327535.2000. 224 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/14/06 12:00 22-6 17711 0.072 524.0000.264 535. 2000.236 ND ND 0.006 0.002 0.000 7/15/06 0:00 22-7 17712 0.077524.0000.343535.2000. 284 NDND0.0080.0030.000 7/15/06 12:00 22-8 17713 0.091524.0000.427535.2000. 316 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/16/06 0:00 22-9 17714 0.087510.4000.356536.0000. 237 NDND0.0080.0020.000 7/16/06 12:00 22-10 17715 0.064 518.4000.270 535. 2000.229 ND ND 0.006 0.002 0.000 7/17/06 0:00 22-11 17716 0.086520.8000.444535.2000. 380 NDND0.0110.0040.000 7/17/06 12:00 22-12 17717 0.108516.0000.331535.2000. 272 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/18/06 0:00 22-13 17718 0.131518.4000.351536.8000. 301 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/18/06 12:00 22-14 15193 5.505 510.40011.637 535. 20010.162 ND ND 0.184 0.065 0.000 7/19/06 0:00 23-1 15194 4.128510.4007.903549.6007. 109 NDND0.1130.0420.000 7/19/06 12:00 23-2 15195 6.324512.8009.819549.6009. 394 NDND0.1050.0430.000 7/20/06 0:00 23-3 15196 5.038512.8008.066535.2007. 839 NDND0.0910.0390.000 7/20/06 12:00 23-4 15197 4.006 510.4006.002 549. 6006.462 ND ND 0.060 0.034 0.000 7/21/06 0:00 23-5 15198 4.235516.8006.614535.2006. 491 NDND0.0710.0320.000 7/21/06 12:00 23-6 15199 3.281510.4005.106549.6005. 120 NDND0.0550.0260.000 7/22/06 0:00 23-7 15200 4.796524.8008.278535.2008. 335 NDND0.1040.0500.000 7/22/06 12:00 23-8 15201 19.137 512.80079.517 535. 20069.478 ND ND 1.811 0.705 0.000 7/23/06 0:00 23-9 15202 3.631510.4005.633549.6005. 319 NDND0.0600.0240.000 7/23/06 12:00 23-10 15203 3.599510.4004.694549.6005. 116 NDND0.0330.0210.000 7/24/06 0:00 23-11 15204 8.814511.20015.829535.20013. 939 NDND0.2100.0720.000 7/24/06 12:00 23-12 15205 5.450 511.2006.772 549. 6007.417 ND ND 0.040 0.028 0.000 7/25/06 0:00 23-13 15205 5.450511.2006.772549.6007. 417 NDND0.0400.0280.000 7/25/06 12:00 23-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/26/06 0:00 24-1 15137 3.713 510.400 5.533 549. 600 5.699 ND ND 0.055 0.028 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 65 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/26/06 12:00 24-2 15138 2.975 510.4004.526 549. 6004.766 ND ND 0.047 0.025 0.000 7/27/06 0:00 24-3 15139 3.091 510.4004.312 549. 6005.000 ND ND 0.037 0.027 0.000 7/27/06 12:00 24-4 15140 2.505510.4003.842549.6004. 027 NDND0.0400.0210.000 7/28/06 0:00 24-5 15141 2.867510.4004.359549.6004. 444 NDND0.0450.0220.000 7/28/06 12:00 24-6 15142 5.770512.8008.550549.60011. 940 NDND0.0830.0860.000 7/29/06 0:00 24-7 15143 2.644 512.8004.765 535. 2004.690 ND ND 0.064 0.029 0.000 7/29/06 12:00 24-8 15144 5.477513.6005.766549.6009. 557 NDND0.0090.0570.000 7/30/06 0:00 24-9 15145 2.733510.4004.205549.6004. 448 NDND0.0440.0240.000 7/30/06 12:00 24-10 15145 2.733510.4004.205549.6004. 448 NDND0.0440.0240.000 7/31/06 0:00 24-11 15146 3.142 512.8004.648 549. 6005.221 ND ND 0.045 0.029 0.000 7/31/06 12:00 24-12 15147 3.880510.4006.817549.6006. 352 NDND0.0880.0350.000 8/1/06 0:00 24-13 15148 4.177510.4006.295549.6006. 008 NDND0.0640.0260.000 8/1/06 12:00 24-14 15149 2.566510.4004.266549.6004. 420 NDND0.0510.0260.000 8/2/06 0:00 25-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/2/06 12:00 25-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 0:00 25-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 12:00 25-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/4/06 0:00 25-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/4/06 12:00 25-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SN A SNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/5/06 0:00 25-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/5/06 12:00 25-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/6/06 0:00 25-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/6/06 12:00 25-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 0:00 25-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 12:00 25-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/8/06 0:00 25-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/8/06 12:00 25-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN /A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 0:00 25-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 12:00 25-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/10/06 0:00 25-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/10/06 12:00 26-1 16269 0.300ND ND535.2000.632 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 8/11/06 0:00 26-2 16270 0.303ND ND535.2000.976 NDND 0.0000.0090.000 8/11/06 12:00 26-3 16271 0.324ND ND535.2000.743 NDND 0.0000.0060.000 8/12/06 0:00 26-4 16272 0.253 ND ND 535.200 0.603 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000 8/12/06 12:00 26-5 16273 0.246ND ND536.0000.537 NDND 0.0000.0040.000 8/13/06 0:00 26-6 16274 0.495ND ND535.2002.215 NDND 0.0000.0240.000 8/13/06 12:00 26-7 16275 0.396ND ND535.2001.439 NDND 0.0000.0150.000 8/14/06 0:00 26-8 16276 0.422 ND ND 535.200 1.042 ND ND 0.000 0.009 0.000 8/14/06 12:00 26-9 16277 0.297ND ND535.2000.752 NDND 0.0000.0060.000 8/15/06 0:00 26-10 16278 0.324ND ND535.2000.747 NDND 0.0000.0060.000 8/15/06 12:00 26-11 16279 0.385 ND ND 535.200 0.767 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 66 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 8/16/06 0:00 26-12 16280 0.360 ND ND 535.200 0.776 ND ND 0.000 0.006 0.000 8/16/06 12:00 26-13 16281 0.260 ND ND 535.200 0.585 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000 8/17/06 0:00 26-14 16282 0.210ND ND535.2000.533 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 8/17/06 12:00 26-15 16283 0.233ND ND535.2000.614 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 8/18/06 0:00 26-16 16284 0.243ND ND535.2000.566 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 8/18/06 12:00 26-17 16285 0.222 ND ND 535.200 0.512 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000 8/19/06 0:00 26-18 16286 0.205ND ND535.2000.717 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 8/19/06 12:00 26-19 16287 0.208ND ND535.2000.573 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 8/20/06 0:00 26-20 16288 0.275ND ND535.2000.587 NDND 0.0000.0040.000 8/20/06 12:00 26-21 16289 0.243 ND ND 535.200 0.626 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000 8/21/06 0:00 26-22 16290 0.182ND ND535.2000.449 NDND 0.0000.0040.000 8/21/06 12:00 26-23 16291 38.138ND ND548.800139.372 NDND 0.0001.4170.000 8/22/06 0:00 27-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/22/06 12:00 27-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/23/06 0:00 27-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/23/06 12:00 27-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/24/06 0:00 27-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/24/06 12:00 27-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/25/06 0:00 27-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/25/06 12:00 27-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/26/06 0:00 27-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/26/06 12:00 27-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/27/06 0:00 27-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/27/06 12:00 27-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/28/06 0:00 27-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/28/06 12:00 27-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/29/06 0:00 27-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/29/06 12:00 27-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/30/06 0:00 27-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/30/06 12:00 28-1 17154 0.142 510.400 0.369 536. 000 0.271 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 8/31/06 0:00 28-2 17155 0.221524.8002.215535.2001. 700 NDND0.0600.0210.000 8/31/06 12:00 28-3 17156 0.104512.0000.540535.2000. 366 NDND0.0130.0040.000 9/1/06 0:00 28-4 17157 0.354519.2000.966535.2000. 817 NDND0.0180.0060.000 9/1/06 12:00 28-5 17158 0.121 523.200 0.496 535. 200 0.373 ND ND 0.011 0.004 0.000 9/2/06 0:00 28-6 17159 0.144522.4000.600535.2000. 525 NDND0.0140.0050.000 9/2/06 12:00 28-7 17160 0.129518.4000.493535.2000. 424 NDND0.0110.0040.000 9/3/06 0:00 28-8 17161 0.141524.8000.812535.2000. 671 NDND0.0200.0070.000 9/3/06 12:00 28-9 17162 0.099 524.800 0.841 535. 200 0.645 ND ND 0.022 0.008 0.000 9/4/06 0:00 28-10 17163 0.171515.2000.571535.2000. 432 NDND0.0120.0040.000 9/4/06 12:00 28-11 17164 0.099520.0000.379535.2000. 278 NDND0.0080.0030.000 9/5/06 0:00 28-12 17171 0.085 516.800 0.306 535. 200 0.219 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 67 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/5/06 12:00 28-13 17165 0.413 510.4001.646 535. 2001.138 ND ND 0.037 0.010 0.000 9/6/06 0:00 28-14 17166 0.190 524.0000.645 535. 2000.553 ND ND 0.014 0.005 0.000 9/6/06 12:00 28-15 17167 0.148524.8000.693535.2000. 625 NDND0.0160.0070.000 9/7/06 0:00 28-16 17168 0.058520.0000.208535.2000. 190 NDND0.0050.0020.000 9/7/06 12:00 28-17 17169 0.136524.8001.017535.2000. 845 NDND0.0260.0100.000 9/8/06 0:00 28-18 17170 0.257 518.4000.696 536. 0000.575 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000 9/8/06 12:00 29-1 17072 0.228524.8000.655535.2000. 590 NDND0.0130.0050.000 9/9/06 0:00 29-2 17073 0.267510.4001.867535.2001. 354 NDND0.0480.0150.000 9/9/06 12:00 29-3 17074 0.288510.4001.698535.2001. 226 NDND0.0420.0130.000 9/10/06 0:00 29-4 17075 0.395 524.8001.616 535. 2001.405 ND ND 0.037 0.014 0.000 9/10/06 12:00 29-5 17076 0.295522.4000.708535.2000. 589 NDND0.0120.0040.000 9/11/06 0:00 29-6 17077 0.257510.4000.806535.2000. 526 NDND0.0160.0040.000 9/11/06 12:00 29-7 17078 0.234510.4001.025535.2000. 792 NDND0.0240.0080.000 9/12/06 0:00 29-8 17079 0.189 520.8000.584 535. 2000.449 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000 9/12/06 12:00 29-9 17080 0.237524.8003.246535.2002. 555 NDND0.0900.0320.000 9/13/06 0:00 29-10 17081 0.222518.4000.544535.2000. 409 NDND0.0100.0030.000 9/13/06 12:00 29-11 17082 0.312524.8002.605535.2002. 165 NDND0.0690.0260.000 9/14/06 0:00 29-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/14/06 12:00 29-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/15/06 0:00 29-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/15/06 12:00 29-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/16/06 0:00 29-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/16/06 12:00 29-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/17/06 0:00 29-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/17/06 12:00 29-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/18/06 0:00 29-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/18/06 12:00 30-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/19/06 0:00 30-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/19/06 12:00 30-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/20/06 0:00 30-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/20/06 12:00 30-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 0:00 30-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 12:00 30-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 0:00 30-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/22/06 12:00 30-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 0:00 30-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 12:00 30-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 0:00 30-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/24/06 12:00 30-13 16687 0.133ND ND535.2000.319 NDND 0.0000.0030.000 9/25/06 0:00 30-14 16688 0.443ND ND535.2001.530 NDND 0.0000.0150.000 9/25/06 12:00 30-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 68 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/26/06 0:00 30-16 16688 0.443 ND ND 535.200 1.530 ND ND 0.000 0.015 0.000 9/26/06 12:00 30-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/27/06 0:00 30-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 12:00 30-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 0:00 30-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 12:00 31-1 17916 0.104 524.000 0.349 535. 200 0.315 ND ND 0.007 0.003 0.000 9/29/06 0:00 31-2 17917 0.110520.0000.367535.2000. 273 NDND0.0080.0020.000 9/29/06 12:00 31-3 17918 0.117512.0000.506535.2000. 339 NDND0.0120.0030.000 9/30/06 0:00 31-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/30/06 12:00 31-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/1/06 0:00 31-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/1/06 12:00 31-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/2/06 0:00 31-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/2/06 12:00 31-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/3/06 0:00 31-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/3/06 12:00 31-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/4/06 0:00 31-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/4/06 12:00 31-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/5/06 0:00 31-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/5/06 12:00 31-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/6/06 0:00 31-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/6/06 12:00 31-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/7/06 0:00 31-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/7/06 12:00 31-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/8/06 0:00 31-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/8/06 12:00 31-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/9/06 0:00 31-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/9/06 12:00 31-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/10/06 0:00 31-24 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/11/06 0:00 32-1 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/11/06 12:00 32-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/12/06 0:00 32-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/12/06 12:00 32-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/13/06 0:00 32-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/13/06 12:00 32-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/14/06 0:00 32-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/14/06 12:00 32-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/15/06 0:00 32-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/15/06 12:00 32-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/16/06 0:00 32-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/16/06 12:00 32-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 69 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 10/17/06 0:00 32-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/17/06 12:00 32-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/18/06 0:00 32-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/18/06 12:00 32-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/19/06 0:00 33-1 16805 1.559521.6005.245535.2004. 228 NDND0.1110.0370.000 10/19/06 12:00 33-2 16806 2. 592 518.4008.956 536.0007.846 ND ND 0.191 0.074 0.000 10/20/06 0:00 33-3 16807 1.653518.4004.428535.2003. 518 NDND0.0830.0260.000 10/20/06 12:00 33-4 16808 1.994516.0004. 530535.2003.625 NDND 0.0760.0230.000 10/21/06 0:00 33-5 16809 2.062521.6005.184535.2004. 754 NDND0.0940.0380.000 10/21/06 12:00 33-6 16810 1. 104 520.0002.874 535.2002.278 ND ND 0.053 0.016 0.000 10/22/06 0:00 33-7 16811 1.336521.6003.235535.2002. 684 NDND0.0570.0190.000 10/22/06 12:00 33-8 16812 1.740510.4003. 527535.2002.890 NDND 0.0540.0160.000 10/23/06 0:00 33-9 16813 1.608510.4004.778535.2003. 464 NDND0.0950.0260.000 10/23/06 12:00 33-10 16814 1. 210 518.4004.041 535.2002.846 ND ND 0.085 0.023 0.000 10/24/06 0:00 33-11 16815 1.079521.6003.199535.2002. 421 NDND0.0640.0190.000 10/24/06 12:00 33-12 16816 0.976524.8004. 731535.2003.956 NDND 0.1130.0420.000 10/25/06 0:00 33-13 16817 1.996523.2004.500535.2003. 898 NDND0.0750.0270.000 10/25/06 12:00 33-14 16818 0. 888 518.4002.286 535.2001.762 ND ND 0.042 0.012 0.000 10/26/06 0:00 33-15 16819 1.350517.6002.768535.2002. 229 NDND0.0430.0120.000 10/26/06 12:00 33-16 16820 0.682520.0001. 806535.2001.359 NDND 0.0340.0090.000 10/27/06 0:00 33-17 16821 0.829518.4002.228535.2001. 634 NDND0.0420.0110.000 10/27/06 12:00 33-18 16821 0. 829 518.4002.228 535.2001.634 ND ND 0.042 0.011 0.000 10/28/06 0:00 34-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/28/06 12:00 34-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/29/06 0:00 34-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/29/06 12:00 34-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/30/06 0:00 34-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 12:00 34-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/31/06 0:00 34-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/31/06 12:00 34-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/1/06 0:00 34-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 12:00 34-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/2/06 0:00 34-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/2/06 12:00 34-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/3/06 0:00 34-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 12:00 34-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/4/06 0:00 34-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/4/06 12:00 34-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/5/06 0:00 34-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N /A 11/5/06 12:00 34-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/6/06 0:00 34-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 70 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/6/06 12:00 34-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/7/06 0:00 34-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/7/06 12:00 34-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/8/06 0:00 35-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/8/06 12:00 35-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/9/06 0:00 35-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/9/06 12:00 35-4 16756 2.754ND ND535.2005.989 NDND 0.0000.0450.000 11/10/06 0:00 35-5 16757 7.259NDND 535.20035.444 NDND 0.0000.3950.000 11/10/06 12:00 35-6 16758 1.709NDND 535.2003.949 NDND 0.0000.0310.000 11/11/06 0:00 35-7 16759 2.514 ND ND 535.200 8.700 ND ND 0.000 0.087 0.000 11/11/06 12:00 35-8 16760 2.237NDND 535.2008.045 NDND 0.0000.0810.000 11/12/06 0:00 35-9 16761 3.781NDND 535.20015.968 NDND 0.0000.1710.000 11/12/06 12:00 35-10 16762 2.636NDND 535.2008.993 NDND 0.0000.0890.000 11/13/06 0:00 35-11 16763 1.985 ND ND 535.200 6.745 ND ND 0.000 0.067 0.000 11/13/06 12:00 35-12 16764 5.624NDND 535.20016.324 NDND 0.0000.1500.000 11/14/06 0:00 35-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/14/06 12:00 35-14 16766 9.657NDND 535.20022.599 NDND 0.0000.1810.000 11/15/06 0:00 35-15 16767 2.020 ND ND 535.200 4.297 ND ND 0.000 0.032 0.000 11/15/06 12:00 35-16 16776 3.890NDND 535.20010.603 NDND 0.0000.0940.000 11/16/06 0:00 35-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/16/06 12:00 35-18 16769 2.409NDND 535.2007.625 NDND 0.0000.0730.000 11/17/06 0:00 35-19 16770 4.867 ND ND 535.200 12.585 ND ND 0.000 0.108 0.000 11/17/06 12:00 35-20 16771 5.147NDND 535.20015.536 NDND 0.0000.1450.000 11/18/06 0:00 35-21 16772 3.839NDND 535.20011.314 NDND 0.0000.1050.000 11/18/06 12:00 35-22 16773 2.695NDND 535.2006.684 NDND 0.0000.0560.000 11/19/06 0:00 35-23 16774 2.127 ND ND 535.200 6.168 ND ND 0.000 0.057 0.000 11/19/06 12:00 35-24 16775 2.317NDND 535.2006.347 NDND 0.0000.0560.000 11/21/06 13:50 36-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/22/06 12:00 36-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/23/06 12:00 36-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/24/06 12:00 36-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/25/06 12:00 36-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/26/06 12:00 36-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/27/06 12:00 36-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/28/06 12:00 36-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/29/06 12:00 36-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/30/06 12:00 36-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/1/06 12:00 36-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/2/06 12:00 36-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/3/06 12:00 36-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/4/06 12:00 36-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 71 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 12/5/06 12:00 36-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/6/06 12:00 36-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/7/06 12:00 37-1 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/8/06 12:00 37-2 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/9/06 12:00 37-3 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/10/06 12:00 37-4 0 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 12/11/06 12:00 37-5 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/12/06 12:00 37-6 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/13/06 12:00 37-7 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/14/06 12:00 37-8 0 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 12/15/06 12:00 37-9 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/16/06 12:00 37-10 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/17/06 12:00 37-11 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/18/06 12:00 37-12 0 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 12/19/06 12:00 37-13 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/20/06 12:00 37-14 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/21/06 12:00 37-15 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/22/06 12:00 37-16 0 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 12/23/06 12:00 37-17 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/24/06 12:00 37-18 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/25/06 12:00 37-19 0 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0. 0000.0000.0000.0000.000 12/26/06 12:00 37-20 0 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 12/27/06 12:00 38-1 17944 0.611510.4002. 485535.2001.936 NDND 0.0560.0190.000 12/28/06 12:00 38-2 17945 0.230519.2001. 064535.2000.908 NDND 0.0250.0090.000 12/29/06 12:00 38-3 17946 0.355511.2001. 194535.2000.910 NDND 0.0250.0080.000 12/30/06 12:00 38-4 17947 0. 198 524.8001.085 535.2000.883 ND ND 0.027 0.010 0.000 12/31/06 12:00 38-5 17948 0.289523.2001. 419535.2001.163 NDND 0.0340.0120.000 1/1/07 12:00 38-6 17949 0.151510.4000.593535.2000. 385 NDND0.0130.0030.000 1/2/07 12:00 38-7 17950 0.133518.4000.579535.2000. 428 NDND0.0130.0040.000 1/3/07 12:00 38-8 17951 0.099 518.4000.456 535. 2000.303 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000 1/4/07 12:00 38-9 17952 0.125519.2000.511535.2000. 377 NDND0.0120.0040.000 1/5/07 12:00 38-10 17953 0.277524.8001.828535.2001. 454 NDND0.0470.0160.000 1/6/07 12:00 38-11 17954 0.491524.8004.487535.2003. 312 NDND0.1200.0390.000 1/7/07 12:00 38-12 17955 0.209 510.4000.936 535. 2000.645 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000 1/8/07 12:00 38-13 17956 0.418510.4001.567535.2001. 212 NDND0.0340.0110.000 1/9/07 12:00 38-14 17957 0.106510.4000.543535.2000. 333 NDND0.0130.0030.000 1/10/07 12:00 38-15 17958 0.306524.8002.908535.2002. 077 NDND0.0780.0250.000 1/11/07 12:00 38-16 17959 0.091 512.0000.352 535. 2000.237 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000 1/12/07 12:00 38-17 17960 0.208514.4000.684535.2000. 512 NDND0.0140.0040.000 1/13/07 12:00 39-1 18029 0.211517.6000.923535.2000. 689 NDND0.0210.0070.000 1/14/07 12:00 39-2 18030 0.338 510.4001. 151 535.2000.864 ND ND 0.024 0.007 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 72 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/15/07 12:00 39-3 18031 0.404 516.800 1.292 535. 200 1.013 ND ND 0.027 0.009 0.000 1/16/07 12:00 39-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/17/07 12:00 39-5 18033 0.257524.0000.890535. 2000.646 ND ND0.0190.0050.000 1/18/07 12:00 39-6 18034 0.294510.4000.901535. 2000.613 ND ND0.0180.0040.000 1/19/07 12:00 39-7 18035 0.229510.4000.855535. 2000.584 ND ND0.0190.0050.000 1/20/07 12:00 39-8 18036 0.230 511.2000.905 535. 2000.599 ND ND 0.020 0.005 0.000 1/21/07 12:00 39-9 18037 0.313510.4000.763535. 2000.619 ND ND0.0140.0040.000 1/22/07 12:00 39-10 18038 0.276510.4000.974535. 2000.684 ND ND0.0210.0060.000 1/23/07 12:00 39-11 18039 0.215510.4000.879535. 2000.649 ND ND0.0200.0060.000 1/24/07 12:00 39-12 18040 0.269 510.4000.822 535. 2000.620 ND ND 0.017 0.005 0.000 1/25/07 12:00 39-13 18041 0.151516.0000.552535. 2000.404 ND ND0.0120.0040.000 1/26/07 12:00 39-14 18042 0.229510.4000.723536. 0000.519 ND ND0.0150.0040.000 1/27/07 12:00 39-15 18043 0.282520.0000.728535. 2000.558 ND ND0.0130.0040.000 1/28/07 12:00 39-16 18044 0.142 516.0000.619 535. 2000.443 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000 1/29/07 12:00 39-17 18045 0.208510.4000.737535. 2000.521 ND ND0.0160.0040.000 1/30/07 12:00 39-18 18046 0.196518.4000.619535. 2000.476 ND ND0.0130.0040.000 1/31/07 12:00 40-1 17920 0.118516.0000.438536. 0000.331 ND ND0.0100.0030.000 2/1/07 12:00 40-2 17921 0.236 518.4000.478 536. 0000.377 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 2/2/07 12:00 40-3 17922 0.447518.4001.167535. 2000.963 ND ND0.0220.0070.000 2/3/07 12:00 40-4 17923 0.188518.4000.657535. 2000.523 ND ND0.0140.0050.000 2/4/07 12:00 40-5 17924 0.157513.6000.527535. 2000.369 ND ND0.0110.0030.000 2/5/07 12:00 40-6 17925 0.194 516.0000.704 535. 2000.539 ND ND 0.015 0.005 0.000 2/6/07 12:00 40-7 17926 0.141520.8000.537536. 0000.360 ND ND0.0120.0030.000 2/7/07 12:00 40-8 17927 0.421512.0001.152535. 2000.881 ND ND0.0220.0060.000 2/8/07 12:00 40-9 17928 0.225517.6000.585535. 2000.437 ND ND0.0110.0030.000 2/9/07 12:00 40-10 17929 0.242 516.0000.838 535. 2000.644 ND ND 0.018 0.006 0.000 2/10/07 12:00 40-11 17930 0.119517.6000.465536. 0000.304 ND ND0.0100.0030.000 2/11/07 12:00 40-12 17931 0.229511.2000.620535. 2000.485 ND ND0.0120.0040.000 2/12/07 12:00 40-13 17931 0.229511.2000.620535. 2000.485 ND ND0.0120.0040.000 2/13/07 12:00 40-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 2/14/07 12:00 41-1 18146 0.115512.0000.445535.2000. 333 NDND0.0100.0030.000 2/15/07 12:00 41-2 18147 0.111520.8000.451535.2000. 319 NDND0.0100.0030.000 2/16/07 12:00 41-3 18148 0.096518.4000.383535.2000. 228 NDND0.0090.0020.000 2/17/07 12:00 41-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 2/18/07 12:00 41-5 18149 0.125510.4000.466535.2000. 305 NDND0.0100.0030.000 2/19/07 12:00 41-6 18150 0.156510.4000.566535.2000. 352 NDND0.0120.0030.000 2/20/07 12:00 41-7 18151 0.157524.8000.663535.2000. 527 NDND0.0150.0050.000 2/21/07 12:00 41-8 18152 0.142 519.200 0.577 535. 200 0.421 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000 2/22/07 12:00 41-9 18153 0.132520.8000.442535.2000. 330 NDND0.0090.0030.000 2/23/07 12:00 41-10 18154 0.153516.8000.448535.2000. 312 NDND0.0090.0020.000 2/24/07 12:00 41-11 18155 0.119 519.200 0.451 535. 200 0.270 ND ND 0.010 0.002 0.000 Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 73 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/25/07 12:00 41-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 2/26/07 12:00 41-13 18156 0.090 520.0000.395 535. 2000.278 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000 2/27/07 12:00 41-14 18157 0.098519.2000.422535. 2000.265 ND ND0.0100.0020.000 2/28/07 12:00 41-15 18158 0.097520.0000.374535. 2000.261 ND ND0.0080.0020.000 3/1/07 12:00 41-16 18159 0.169516.0000.479537. 6000.332 ND ND0.0090.0020.000 3/2/07 12:00 41-17 18160 0.139 518.4000.434 535. 2000.306 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000 3/3/07 12:00 42-1 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/4/07 12:00 42-2 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/5/07 12:00 42-3 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/6/07 12:00 42-4 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/7/07 12:00 42-5 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/8/07 12:00 42-6 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/9/07 12:00 42-7 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/10/07 12:00 42-8 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/11/07 12:00 42-9 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/12/07 12:00 42-10 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/13/07 12:00 42-11 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 3/14/07 12:00 42-12 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/15/07 12:00 42-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/16/07 12:00 42-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/17/07 12:00 42-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/18/07 12:00 42-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/19/07 12:00 42-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/20/07 12:00 42-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/21/07 12:00 42-19 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/22/07 12:00 42-20 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/23/07 12:00 42-21 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/24/07 12:00 43-1 18181 0.161524.8000.907535.2000. 790 NDND0.0220.0090.000 3/25/07 12:00 43-2 18182 0.128523.2000.523535.2000. 359 NDND0.0120.0030.000 3/26/07 12:00 43-3 18183 0.117 520.800 0.356 536. 000 0.240 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 3/27/07 12:00 43-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/28/07 12:00 43-5 18184 0.128513.6000.408535.2000. 289 NDND0.0080.0020.000 3/29/07 12:00 43-6 18185 0.146524.8000.546535.2000. 337 NDND0.0120.0030.000 3/30/07 12:00 43-7 18186 0.125 522.400 0.389 535. 200 0.254 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000 3/31/07 12:00 43-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/1/07 12:00 43-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/2/07 12:00 43-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/3/07 12:00 43-11 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/4/07 12:00 43-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/5/07 12:00 43-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/6/07 12:00 43-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 74 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/7/07 12:00 43-15 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/8/07 12:00 43-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/9/07 12:00 44-1 18187 0.117511.2000.000535. 2000.000 NDND-0.004-0.0020.000 4/10/07 12:00 44-2 18188 0.092517.6000.000535. 2000.000 NDND-0.003-0.0010.000 4/11/07 12:00 44-3 18189 0.104521.6000.000535. 2000.000 NDND-0.003-0.0010.000 4/12/07 12:00 44-4 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/13/07 12:00 44-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/14/07 12:00 44-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/15/07 12:00 44-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/16/07 12:00 44-8 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/17/07 12:00 44-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/07 12:00 44-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/19/07 12:00 44-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/20/07 12:00 44-12 18190 0.154 518.400 0.000 535.200 0.000 ND ND -0.005 -0.002 0.000 4/21/07 12:00 45-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N /A N/ A 4/22/07 12:00 45-2 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/23/07 12:00 45-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/07 12:00 45-4 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/25/07 12:00 45-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N /A N/ A 4/26/07 12:00 45-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/27/07 12:00 45-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 75Appendix 3. 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SE10 Spectrofluorophotometer Data 11.449 524.800 344.631 548.000 220.001 564.800 200.319 10.133 2.990 2.714 Max Min 0.098 510.400 4.728 535.200 0.638 555.200 0.304 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 481 406 406 102 102 366 441 581 587 585 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/26/06 16:00 1-2 11328 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/26/06 18:00 1-3 11329 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/26/06 20:00 1-4 11330 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/26/06 22:00 1-5 11331 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 0:00 1-6 11332 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/27/06 2:00 1-7 11333 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 4:00 1-8 11334 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 6:00 1-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/27/06 8:00 1-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/27/06 10:00 1-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/27/06 12:00 1-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/27/06 14:00 1-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/27/06 16:00 1-14 11335 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/27/06 18:00 1-15 11336 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 20:00 1-16 11337 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 22:00 1-17 11338 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 0:00 1-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/28/06 2:00 1-19 11339 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 4:00 1-20 11340 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 6:00 1-21 11341 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 8:00 1-22 11342 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/28/06 10:00 1-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/28/06 12:00 1-24 11343 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 16:00 2-1 11260 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 20:00 2-2 11261 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/29/06 0:00 2-3 11262 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 4:00 2-4 11263 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 8:00 2-5 11264 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 12:00 2-6 11265 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/29/06 16:00 2-7 11266 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 20:00 2-8 11267 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 0:00 2-9 11268 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 4:00 2-10 11269 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 76 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 8:00 2-11 11270 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/30/06 12:00 2-12 11271 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 16:00 2-13 11272 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 20:00 2-14 11273 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 0:00 2-15 11274 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/31/06 4:00 2-16 11275 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 8:00 2-17 11276 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 12:00 3-1 11176 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 18:00 3-2 11177 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/1/06 0:00 3-3 11178 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 6:00 3-4 11179 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 12:00 3-5 11180 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 18:00 3-6 11181 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/2/06 0:00 3-7 11182 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 6:00 3-8 11183 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 12:00 3-9 11184 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 18:00 3-10 11185 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/3/06 0:00 3-11 11186 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 6:00 3-12 11187 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 12:00 3-13 11188 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 18:00 3-14 11189 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/4/06 0:00 3-15 11190 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 6:00 3-16 11191 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 12:00 4-1 11525 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 18:00 4-2 11526 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/5/06 0:00 4-3 11527 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 6:00 4-4 11528 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 12:00 4-5 11529 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 18:00 4-6 11530 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/6/06 0:00 4-7 11531 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 6:00 4-8 11532 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 12:00 4-9 11533 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 18:00 4-10 11534 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/7/06 0:00 4-11 11535 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 6:00 4-12 11536 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 12:00 4-13 11537 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 18:00 4-14 11538 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/8/06 0:00 4-15 11539 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 6:00 4-16 11540 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 12:00 4-17 11541 NR ND ND ND ND NR NR 0.000 0.000 N/A Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 77 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/8/06 18:00 5-1 11570 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/9/06 0:00 5-2 11571 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 6:00 5-3 11572 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 12:00 5-4 11573 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 18:00 5-5 11574 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/10/06 0:00 5-6 11575 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 6:00 5-7 11576 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 12:00 5-8 11577 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 18:00 5-9 11578 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 0:00 5-10 11579 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 6:00 5-11 11580 NRND NDNDND NRNR0.0000.000N/ A 2/11/06 12:00 6-1 11955 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 18:00 6-2 11956 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/12/06 0:00 6-3 11957 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/12/06 6:00 6-4 11958 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/12/06 12:00 6-5 11959 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/12/06 18:00 6-6 11960 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/13/06 0:00 6-7 11961 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/13/06 6:00 6-8 11962 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/13/06 12:00 6-9 11963 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/13/06 18:00 6-10 11964 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/14/06 0:00 6-11 11965 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/14/06 6:00 6-12 11966 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/14/06 12:00 6-13 11967 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.3700.0000.0000.005 2/14/06 18:00 6-14 11968 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/15/06 0:00 6-15 11969 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.0900.0000.0000.001 2/15/06 6:00 6-16 11970 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.5700.0000.0000.008 2/15/06 12:00 7-1 11826 0.999ND NDNDND ND2.4200.0000.0000.020 2/15/06 18:00 7-2 11827 0.999ND NDNDND ND2.6700.0000.0000.023 2/16/06 0:00 7-3 11828 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 6:00 7-4 11829 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 12:00 7-5 11830 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.9400.0000.0000.013 2/16/06 18:00 7-6 11831 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.430 0.000 0.000 0.034 2/17/06 0:00 7-7 11832 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.4800.0000.0000.035 2/17/06 6:00 7-8 11833 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.2100.0000.0000.017 2/17/06 12:00 7-9 11834 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 18:00 7-10 11835 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.310 0.000 0.000 0.004 2/18/06 0:00 7-11 11836 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.3900.0000.0000.033 2/18/06 6:00 7-12 11837 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.4500.0000.0000.006 2/18/06 12:00 8-1 11971 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 78 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/18/06 18:00 8-2 11972 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/19/06 0:00 8-3 11973 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 6:00 8-4 11974 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.6700.0000.0000.009 2/19/06 12:00 8-5 11975 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 18:00 8-6 11976 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/20/06 0:00 8-7 11977 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.4600.0000.0000.006 2/20/06 6:00 8-8 11978 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.2800.0000.0000.004 2/20/06 12:00 8-9 11979 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.7500.0000.0000.011 2/20/06 18:00 8-10 11980 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.700 0.000 0.000 0.010 2/21/06 0:00 8-11 11981 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 6:00 8-12 11982 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 12:00 8-13 11983 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 18:00 8-14 11984 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.130 0.000 0.000 0.016 2/22/06 0:00 8-15 11985 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.2700.0000.0000.004 2/22/06 6:00 8-16 11986 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.0200.0000.0000.014 2/22/06 12:00 9-1 12296 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.2500.0000.0000.004 2/22/06 18:00 9-2 12297 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.540 0.000 0.000 0.008 2/23/06 0:00 9-3 12298 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/23/06 6:00 9-4 12299 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.0200.0000.0000.014 2/23/06 12:00 9-5 12300 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/23/06 18:00 9-6 12301 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.250 0.000 0.000 0.004 2/24/06 0:00 9-7 12302 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.9100.0000.0000.013 2/24/06 6:00 9-8 12303 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.4200.0000.0000.020 2/24/06 12:00 9-9 12304 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.2100.0000.0000.017 2/24/06 18:00 9-10 12305 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/25/06 0:00 9-11 12306 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.6300.0000.0000.009 2/25/06 6:00 9-12 12307 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/25/06 12:00 9-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/10/06 18:00 10-1 12471 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.090 0.000 0.000 0.057 3/11/06 0:00 10-2 12472 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.2700.0000.0000.060 3/11/06 6:00 10-3 12473 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.7700.0000.0000.067 3/11/06 12:00 10-4 12474 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.2300.0000.0000.059 3/11/06 18:00 10-5 12475 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.210 0.000 0.000 0.059 3/12/06 0:00 10-6 12476 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.7800.0000.0000.081 3/12/06 6:00 10-7 12477 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.4500.0000.0000.076 3/12/06 12:00 10-8 12478 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.5700.0000.0000.078 3/12/06 18:00 10-9 12479 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.710 0.000 0.000 0.080 3/13/06 0:00 10-10 12480 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.4900.0000.0000.077 3/13/06 6:00 10-11 12481 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.5300.0000.0000.077 3/13/06 12:00 10-12 12482 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.610 0.000 0.000 0.065 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 79 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/13/06 18:00 10-13 12483 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.680 0.000 0.000 0.080 3/14/06 0:00 10-14 12484 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR7.2400.0000.0000.087 3/14/06 6:00 10-15 12485 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR6.0700.0000.0000.071 3/14/06 12:00 10-16 12486 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR5.9000.0000.0000.069 3/14/06 18:00 10-17 12487 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.270 0.000 0.000 0.074 3/15/06 0:00 10-18 12488 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR5.2000.0000.0000.059 3/15/06 6:00 10-19 12489 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR6.4500.0000.0000.076 3/15/06 12:00 10-20 12490 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR5.1500.0000.0000.058 3/15/06 18:00 11-1 12721 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.950 0.000 0.000 0.097 3/16/06 0:00 11-2 12722 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR8.0900.0000.0000.099 3/16/06 6:00 11-3 12723 0.999ND NDNDNDNR10.0300.0000.0000.126 3/16/06 12:00 11-4 12724 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR9.5300.0000.0000.119 3/16/06 18:00 11-5 12725 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.820 0.000 0.000 0.095 3/17/06 0:00 11-6 12726 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR6.8500.0000.0000.082 3/17/06 6:00 11-7 12727 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR8.2500.0000.0000.102 3/17/06 12:00 11-8 12728 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR9.8600.0000.0000.124 3/17/06 18:00 11-9 12729 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.520 0.000 0.000 0.105 3/18/06 0:00 11-10 12730 0.999NRNRNDNDNR10.790N/ A 0.0000.137 3/18/06 6:00 11-11 12731 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR9.8800.0000.0000.124 3/18/06 12:00 11-12 12732 0.999NRNRNDNDNR9.970N/ A 0.0000.126 3/18/06 18:00 11-13 12733 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.880 0.000 0.000 0.124 3/19/06 0:00 11-14 12734 0.999NRNRNDNDNR9.080N/ A 0.0000.113 3/19/06 6:00 11-15 12735 0.999NRNRNDNDNR8.070N/ A 0.0000.099 3/19/06 12:00 12-1 12709 0.999ND NDNDNDNR14.2700.0000.0000.186 3/19/06 18:00 12-2 12710 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.780 0.000 0.000 0.123 3/20/06 0:00 12-3 12711 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR7.4700.0000.0000.091 3/20/06 6:00 12-4 12712 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR7.6500.0000.0000.093 3/20/06 12:00 12-5 12713 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR8.5000.0000.0000.105 3/20/06 18:00 12-6 12714 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.470 0.000 0.000 0.091 3/21/06 0:00 12-7 12715 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR8.5100.0000.0000.105 3/21/06 6:00 12-8 12716 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR9.1000.0000.0000.113 3/21/06 12:00 12-9 12717 0.999 NDNDNDNDNR9.6600.0000.0000.121 3/21/06 18:00 12-10 12718 0. 999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.480 0.000 0.000 0.119 3/22/06 0: 00 12-11 12719 0.999N RN RN DN D N R8.440N/ A 0.0000.104 3/22/06 6:00 12-12 12720 0.999NRNRNDNDNR7.500N/ A 0.0000.091 3/22/06 12:00 13-1 12978 5.735516.8007.691NDND561. 6009.5070.0590.0000.053 3/22/06 18:00 13-2 12979 6.288 511.200 10.215 ND ND 560.00 0 10.694 0.118 0.000 0.062 3/23/06 0:00 13-3 12980 5.332515.20011.693NDND558. 40012.8850.1910.0000.106 3/23/06 6:00 13-4 12981 0.933518.4005.015NDND560. 0008.2670.1220.0000.103 3/23/06 12:00 13-5 12982 5.960 516.800 8.953 ND ND 561.60 0 11.056 0.090 0.000 0.071 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 80 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 18:00 13-6 12983 0. 948 513.6005.349 ND ND 560.00 0 8.403 0.132 0.000 0.104 3/24/06 0:00 13-7 12984 5. 931510.40011.846NDND 560.00 0 13.3840.1770.0000.104 3/24/06 6:00 13-8 12985 0. 829515.2005.518NDND 560.00 0 8.3490.1410.0000.105 3/24/06 12:00 13-9 12986 0. 897512.8004.728NDND 563.20 0 7.5480.1150.0000.093 3/24/06 18:00 13-10 12987 1. 010 513.6006.083 ND ND 559.20 0 9.468 0.152 0.000 0.118 3/25/06 0:00 13-11 12988 6. 190511.20014.014NDND 560.80 0 11.5770.2350.0000.075 3/25/06 6:00 13-12 12989 1. 117512.8007.137NDND 560.80 0 7.0880.1810.0000.084 3/25/06 12:00 14-1 13051 1. 186516.0005.594NDND 560.00 0 6.7510.1320.0000.078 3/25/06 18:00 14-2 13052 1. 150 516.0005.358 ND ND 560.80 0 9.752 0.126 0.000 0.120 3/26/06 0:00 14-3 13053 1. 317514.4006.251NDND 561.60 0 8.2940.1480.0000.098 3/26/06 6:00 14-4 13054 1. 313514.4007.294NDND 560.00 0 8.0620.1790.0000.094 3/26/06 12:00 14-5 13055 1. 385512.8006.143NDND 559.20 0 6.6500.1430.0000.074 3/26/06 18:00 14-6 13056 1. 251 515.2006.032 ND ND 561.60 0 7.239 0.143 0.000 0.084 3/27/06 0:00 14-7 13057 1. 353516.8006.518NDND 560.80 0 7.7720.1550.0000.090 3/27/06 6:00 14-8 13058 1. 143514.4007.661NDND 560.80 0 9.1600.1960.0000.112 3/27/06 12:00 14-9 13059 1. 493514.4008.979NDND 561.60 0 7.7760.2250.0000.088 3/27/06 18:00 14-10 13060 1. 232 516.0008.511 ND ND 560.80 0 7.040 0.218 0.000 0.081 3/28/06 0:00 14-11 13061 1. 412514.40010.702NDND 560.00 0 10.8050.2790.0000.132 3/28/06 6:00 14-12 13062 1. 292515.20010.453NDND 561.60 0 10.2570.2750.0000.126 3/28/06 12:00 15-1 12939 0. 796516.00011.293NDND 561.60 0 6.9250.3150.0000.086 3/28/06 18:00 15-2 12940 0. 785 516.80014.049 ND ND 560.00 0 6.738 0.398 0.000 0.083 3/29/06 0:00 15-3 12941 0. 737516.00016.126NDND 560.80 0 9.0500.4620.0000.116 3/29/06 6:00 15-4 12942 5. 456516.80019.986NDND 560.80 0 10.1820.4360.0000.066 3/29/06 12:00 15-5 12943 5. 578516.80024.720NDND 560.00 0 11.5530.5740.0000.084 3/29/06 18:00 15-6 12944 0. 868 516.80023.734 ND ND 559.20 0 8.955 0.686 0.000 0.113 3/30/06 0:00 15-7 12945 1. 013516.00028.040NDND 560.80 0 9.0800.8110.0000.113 3/30/06 6:00 15-8 12946 0. 731516.80031.821NDND 560.80 0 8.4620.9330.0000.108 3/30/06 12:00 15-9 12947 4. 538516.80036.962NDND 560.00 0 11.7100.9730.0000.100 3/30/06 18:00 15-10 12948 2. 393 517.60040.086 ND ND 560.00 0 9.732 1.131 0.000 0.103 3/31/06 0:00 15-11 12949 2. 142516.80042.615NDND 559.20 0 9.9801.2140.0000.110 3/31/06 6:00 15-12 12950 4. 997516.00050.556NDND 560.80 0 13.4101.3670.0000.118 3/31/06 12:00 15-13 12951 3. 480517.60045.354NDND 560.00 0 10.9261.2560.0000.104 3/31/06 18:00 16-1 12965 1. 100 516.80045.391 ND ND 559.20 0 9.318 1.329 0.000 0.115 4/1/06 0:00 16-2 12966a SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/1/06 6:00 16-3 12967a SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/1/06 12:00 16-4 12966 1.053516.00055.321NDND 558. 4009.1541.6280.0000.113 4/1/06 18:00 16-5 12967 0.799 516.800 59.583 ND ND 560.000 8.639 1. 764 0.000 0.110 4/2/06 0:00 16-6 12968 1.093516.80061.885NDND 562. 4007.9341.8240.0000.096 4/2/06 6:00 16-7 12969 0.957517.60063.897NDND 560. 0009.6001.8880.0000.121 4/2/06 12:00 16-8 12970 1.230 516.800 66.990 ND ND 562.400 9.078 1. 973 0.000 0.110 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 81 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/2/06 18:00 16-9 12971 1.041 516.000 72.163 ND ND 560.800 9.714 2. 134 0.000 0.121 4/3/06 0:00 16-10 12972 0.965516.80075.073NDND 561. 60010.4422.2230.0000.133 4/3/06 6:00 16-11 12973 1.020516.80068.011NDND 560. 8009.3822.0100.0000.117 4/3/06 12:00 16-12 12974 0.951517.60070.229NDND 561. 6008.8212.0780.0000.110 4/3/06 18:00 16-13 12975 0.889 516.800 76.825 ND ND 560.800 10.075 2. 278 0.000 0.129 4/4/06 0:00 16-14 12976 0.945516.80078.005NDND 560. 8009.8672.3120.0000.125 4/4/06 6:00 16-15 12977 SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/4/06 12:00 17-1 13252 6.976517.60068.145NDND 559. 20013.8431.8350.0000.096 4/4/06 18:00 17-2 13253 2.808 517.60095.297 ND ND 561.60014.291 2. 775 0.000 0.161 4/5/06 0:00 17-3 13254 4.821516.80096.708NDND 560. 00010.9942.7570.0000.086 4/5/06 6:00 17-4 13255 7.561516.80098.809NDND 561. 60012.5662.7370.0000.070 4/5/06 12:00 17-5 13256 2.137516.80096.567NDND 560. 80011.6872.8330.0000.134 4/5/06 18:00 17-6 13257 1.369 518.40095.165 ND ND 559.2009.401 2. 814 0.000 0.112 4/6/06 0:00 17-7 13258 1.380517.600105.283NDND 561. 60011.3763.1170.0000.140 4/6/06 6:00 17-8 13259 1.186516.800108.342NDND 560. 80010.0493.2150.0000.124 4/6/06 12:00 17-9 13260 1.286516.800101.882NDND 560. 00011.4453.0180.0000.142 4/6/06 18:00 17-10 13261 4.315 518.400108.992ND ND 561.60010.627 3. 140 0.000 0.088 4/7/06 0:00 17-11 13262 1.270517.600115.630NDND 560. 0008.7813.4310.0000.105 4/7/06 6:00 17-12 13263 1.137517.600118.333NDND 560. 8008.8813.5160.0000.108 4/7/06 12:00 18-1 13348 1.021517.60090.667NDND 562. 4007.7702.6890.0000.094 4/7/06 18:00 18-2 13349 0.999 518.40095.940 ND ND 560.80011.320 2. 848 0.000 0.144 4/8/06 0:00 18-3 13350 1.089516.80097.056NDND 560. 8007.7952.8790.0000.094 4/8/06 6:00 18-4 13351 1.151516.00067.900NDND 560. 80010.2672.0020.0000.128 4/8/06 12:00 18-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/8/06 18:00 18-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/9/06 0:00 18-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/9/06 6:00 18-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/9/06 12:00 18-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/9/06 18:00 18-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/10/06 0:00 18-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/10/06 6:00 18-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/10/06 12:00 18-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/10/06 18:00 18-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/11/06 0:00 18-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/11/06 6:00 18-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/14/06 12:00 19-1 13264 1.302516.800122.728NDND 560. 00011.2643.6430.0000.139 4/14/06 18:00 19-2 13265 1.334 518.400 183.446 ND ND 560.800 11.160 5. 463 0.000 0.138 4/15/06 0:00 19-3 13266 1.201518.400195.599NDND 562. 4009.7895.8320.0000.120 4/15/06 6:00 19-4 13267 1.411517.600202.626NDND 560. 80010.2706.0360.0000.124 4/15/06 12:00 19-5 13268 1.200 517.600 206.701 ND ND 560.000 8.403 6. 165 0.000 0.101 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 83 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/26/06 0:00 22-3 13735 1.411 518.400241.361ND ND 563.2009.711 7. 199 0.000 0.116 4/26/06 6:00 22-4 13736 1.123518.400241.060NDND 558. 4008.8427.1980.0000.108 4/26/06 12:00 22-5 13737 1.050518.400253.432NDND 560. 00010.1007.5710.0000.127 4/26/06 18:00 22-6 13738 1.314517.600237.759NDND 560. 80010.4677.0930.0000.128 4/27/06 0:00 22-7 13739 1.003 518.400229.514ND ND 560.0008.094 6. 855 0.000 0.099 4/27/06 6:00 22-8 13740 1.266518.400233.128NDND 558. 4009.9596.9560.0000.122 4/27/06 12:00 22-9 13741 1.287517.600203.707NDND 558. 4009.7436.0730.0000.118 4/27/06 18:00 22-10 13742 1.390517.600211.104NDND 560. 00010.6856.2910.0000.130 4/28/06 0:00 22-11 13743 1.290 518.400202.756ND ND 561.6009.142 6. 044 0.000 0.110 4/28/06 6:00 22-12 13744 1.019518.400232.880NDND 558. 4009.3126.9560.0000.116 4/28/06 12:00 22-13 13745 1.254518.400234.131NDND 560. 8009.9706.9860.0000.122 4/28/06 18:00 23-1 13773 0.859517.60093.971NDND 560. 8009.2132.7930.0000.117 4/29/06 0:00 23-2 13774 0.756 518.400115.613ND ND 562.4009.006 3. 446 0.000 0.116 4/29/06 6:00 23-3 13775 0.743518.400157.426NDND 560. 0008.3704.7000.0000.107 4/29/06 12:00 23-4 13776 0.810518.400205.727NDND 560. 8009.6156.1480.0000.123 4/29/06 18:00 23-5 13777 0.715517.600188.003NDND 561. 6009.1675.6190.0000.118 4/30/06 0:00 23-6 13778 0.932 518.400157.102ND ND 559.20010.028 4. 685 0.000 0.127 4/30/06 6:00 23-7 13779 0.676518.400200.622NDND 560. 8009.1245.9980.0000.118 4/30/06 12:00 23-8 13780 0.790518.400199.439NDND 560. 0009.1615.9590.0000.117 4/30/06 18:00 23-9 13781 0.878518.400194.572NDND 560. 0009.0015.8110.0000.114 5/1/06 0:00 23-10 13782 0.938 516.80088.458 ND ND 559.2008.790 2. 626 0.000 0.110 5/1/06 6:00 23-11 13783 0.774517.60097.250NDND 560. 0008.7212.8940.0000.111 5/1/06 12:00 23-12 13784 0.900518.400204.542NDND 557. 6009.1506.1090.0000.116 5/1/06 18:00 23-13 13785 0.822518.400191.993NDND 560. 0008.6295.7350.0000.109 5/2/06 0:00 23-14 13786 0.822 517.600102.502ND ND 561.6008.374 3. 050 0.000 0.106 5/2/06 6:00 23-15 13787 0.937518.400187.957NDND 559. 2008.7645.6110.0000.110 5/2/06 12:00 24-1 13858 0.830518.400215.271NDND 560. 80011.3756.4330.0000.148 5/2/06 18:00 24-2 13859 1.157517.600191.818NDND 560. 80012.1175.7200.0000.153 5/3/06 0:00 24-3 13860 0.823 518.400116.755ND ND 561.6009.029 3. 478 0.000 0.115 5/3/06 6:00 24-4 13861 1.015518.400170.810NDND 560. 0009.0565.0940.0000.113 5/3/06 12:00 24-5 13862 4.889517.600234.922NDND 557. 60012.3206.9010.0000.104 5/3/06 18:00 24-6 13863 0.921517.600218.541NDND 560. 00010.8946.5290.0000.140 5/4/06 0:00 24-7 13864 1.145 517.600171.220ND ND 559.20010.029 5. 102 0.000 0.124 5/4/06 6:00 24-8 13865 7.140518.400225.192NDND 556. 80012.6886.5420.0000.078 5/4/06 12:00 24-9 13866 2.947517.600264.103NDND 558. 40010.6357.8350.0000.108 5/4/06 18:00 24-10 13867 6.751517.600249.786NDND 560. 00013.4887.2910.0000.094 5/5/06 0:00 24-11 13868 5.354 516.800238.892ND ND 556.80012.319 7. 006 0.000 0.098 5/5/06 6:00 24-12 13869 5.365517.600293.265NDND 558. 40012.0878.6370.0000.094 5/5/06 12:00 25-1 13923 1.229518.400259.541NDND 560. 8009.5357.7490.0000.116 5/5/06 18:00 25-2 13924 1.406 519.200188.818ND ND 560.00010.233 5. 622 0.000 0.124 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 84 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/6/06 0:00 25-3 13925 1.214 517.600 254.047 ND ND 560.800 11.382 7. 585 0.000 0.142 5/6/06 6:00 25-4 13926 1.106517.600287.703NDND 560. 80010.2718.5980.0000.128 5/6/06 12:00 25-5 13927 1.252517.600280.469NDND 560. 0009.8958.3770.0000.121 5/6/06 18:00 25-6 13928 1.125518.400242.787NDND 556. 8009.9187.2500.0000.123 5/7/06 0:00 25-7 13929 1.120 518.400 272.220 ND ND 562.400 10.649 8. 133 0.000 0.133 5/7/06 6:00 25-8 13930 1.351517.600282.020NDND 560. 00010.4368.4200.0000.127 5/7/06 12:00 25-9 13931 1.255516.800279.078NDND 557. 60010.2648.3350.0000.126 5/7/06 18:00 25-10 13932 1.109517.600246.126NDND 559. 2009.9837.3510.0000.124 5/8/06 0:00 25-11 13933 1.241 518.400 265.520 ND ND 560.000 9.481 7. 928 0.000 0.115 5/8/06 6:00 25-12 13934 1.260518.400274.160NDND 560. 80010.3528.1870.0000.127 5/8/06 12:00 25-13 13935 1.306517.600273.899NDND 560. 80010.4888.1780.0000.129 5/8/06 18:00 25-14 13936 1.335517.600261.187NDND 560. 8009.9427.7960.0000.120 5/9/06 0:00 25-15 13937 1.126 517.600 283.422 ND ND 560.000 9.868 8. 469 0.000 0.122 5/9/06 6:00 25-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 12:00 26-1 14289 8.266519.200232.221NDND 555. 20025.5406.7190.0000.242 5/9/06 18:00 26-2 14290 6.222518.400184.311NDND 560. 00014.6505.3430.0000.118 5/10/06 0:00 26-3 14291 1.897 519.200155.875ND ND 559.20011.622 4. 619 0.000 0.136 5/10/06 6:00 26-4 14292 6.482519.200267.640NDND 555. 20012.2407.8350.0000.081 5/10/06 12:00 26-5 14293 6.012519.200305.948NDND 560. 80011.4098.9980.0000.076 5/10/06 18:00 26-6 14294 8.628519.200332.485NDND 555. 20015.4399.7160.0000.095 5/11/06 0:00 26-7 14295 5.933 518.400335.286ND ND 557.60012.281 9. 881 0.000 0.089 5/11/06 6:00 26-8 14296 6.879519.200344.631NDND 555. 20012.55310.1330.0000.079 5/11/06 12:00 26-9 14297 2.491519.200326.002NDND 560. 00012.1389.7050.0000.135 5/11/06 18:00 26-10 14298 7.120519.200319.023NDND 556. 00012.2989.3570.0000.072 5/12/06 0:00 26-11 14299 3.277 518.400317.741ND ND 555.20011.717 9. 434 0.000 0.118 5/12/06 6:00 26-12 14300 1.526518.400315.862NDND 559. 20011.9659.4300.0000.146 5/12/06 12:00 26-13 14301 1.481518.400297.429NDND 559. 20010.0378.8780.0000.120 5/12/06 18:00 26-14 14302 1.461519.200282.095NDND 561. 60010.2388.4190.0000.123 5/13/06 0:00 26-15 14303 7.215 519.200303.179ND ND 555.20012.845 8. 879 0.000 0.079 5/13/06 6:00 26-16 14304 1.594519.200309.406NDND 555. 20010.5719.2340.0000.126 5/13/06 12:00 27-1 14305 1.995518.400226.485NDND 555. 20012.2026.7350.0000.143 5/13/06 18:00 27-2 14306 1.432517.600267.331NDND 561. 6009.5047.9770.0000.113 5/14/06 0:00 27-3 14307 1.417 518.400259.100ND ND 558.40011.224 7. 730 0.000 0.137 5/14/06 6:00 27-4 14308 1.234518.400259.094NDND 560. 8008.8757.7360.0000.107 5/14/06 12:00 27-5 14309 1.373517.600237.240NDND 561. 6009.1847.0760.0000.109 5/14/06 18:00 27-6 14310 1.497517.600285.732NDND 555. 20010.0598.5270.0000.120 5/15/06 0:00 27-7 14311 1.494 517.600281.833ND ND 556.80010.484 8. 410 0.000 0.126 5/15/06 6:00 27-8 14312 1.659518.400290.181NDND 558. 40010.9308.6560.0000.130 5/15/06 12:00 27-9 14313 1.333518.400270.532NDND 555. 2008.2808.0760.0000.097 5/15/06 18:00 27-10 14314 1.449 517.600269.792ND ND 556.8009.217 8. 050 0.000 0.109 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 86 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/26/06 0:00 29-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 5/26/06 6:00 29-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/26/06 12:00 30-1 15385 4.947524.80075.028547. 200156.041 555.200142.279 2.1022.1151.923 5/26/06 18:00 30-2 15386 3.663524.80072.549547. 200146.504 555.200132.645 2.0672.0001.806 5/27/06 0:00 30-3 15387 3.635 524.800 86.479 547. 200 174.664 555.200 157.062 2.485 2.394 2.148 5/27/06 6:00 30-4 15388 4.249524.80080.758547. 200162.977 555.200147.648 2.2952.2222.008 5/27/06 12:00 30-5 15389 4.055524.80075.766547. 200152.504 555.200137.445 2.1512.0781.867 5/27/06 18:00 30-6 15390 6.453524.800105.227547. 200220.001 555.200200.319 2.9632.9902.714 5/28/06 0:00 30-7 15391 3.519 524.800 82.518 547. 200 169.512 555.200 152.758 2.370 2.324 2.089 5/28/06 6:00 30-8 15392 3.709524.80082.585547. 200163.758 555.200147.891 2.3662.2412.019 5/28/06 12:00 30-9 15393 3.735524.80078.062547. 200155.337 555.200140.231 2.2302.1221.911 5/28/06 18:00 30-10 15394 3.638524.80080.072547. 200158.847 555.200143.381 2.2932.1731.956 5/29/06 0:00 30-11 15395 3.653 524.800 83.354 547. 200 170.853 555.200 154.885 2.391 2.341 2.117 5/29/06 6:00 30-12 15396 4.804524.80077.508547. 200160.137 555.200145.169 2.1812.1751.965 5/29/06 12:00 30-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/29/06 18:00 30-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 0:00 30-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 5/30/06 6:00 30-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 12:00 31-1 15357 3.804524.80070.123547. 200148.525 555.200135.797 1.9902.0261.848 5/30/06 18:00 31-2 15358 3.894524.80079.015547. 200163.818 555.200148.576 2.2542.2392.026 5/31/06 0:00 31-3 15359 3.509 524.800 75.907 547. 200 157.511 555.200 141.906 2.172 2.156 1.938 5/31/06 6:00 31-4 15360 3.181524.80082.516546. 400164.642 555.200148.325 2.3802.2602.032 5/31/06 12:00 31-5 15361 3.165524.80079.522547. 200160.758 555.200144.390 2.2912.2061.977 5/31/06 18:00 31-6 15362 3.080524.80079.102547. 200158.173 555.200142.510 2.2812.1711.952 6/1/06 0:00 31-7 15363 2.716 524.800 77.365 547. 200 160.498 555.200 144.538 2.239 2.209 1.986 6/1/06 6:00 31-8 15364 2.798524.80083.293547. 200172.996 555.200156.893 2.4152.3832.157 6/1/06 12:00 31-9 15365 2.673524.80078.881546. 400158.106 555.200142.628 2.2862.1761.959 6/1/06 18:00 31-10 15366 3.051524.80075.613548. 000164.599 555.200152.820 2.1772.2622.097 6/2/06 0:00 31-11 15367 3.410 524.800 75.759 548. 000 162.003 555.200 149.045 2.170 2.220 2.039 6/2/06 6:00 31-12 15368 2.748524.80079.556548. 000167.639 555.200153.570 2.3042.3082.112 6/2/06 12:00 31-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 18:00 31-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 0:00 31-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/3/06 6:00 31-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 12:00 32-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 18:00 32-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/4/06 0:00 32-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/4/06 6:00 32-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N /A 6/4/06 12:00 32-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/4/06 18:00 32-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 87 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/5/06 0:00 32-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/5/06 6:00 32-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/5/06 12:00 32-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/5/06 18:00 32-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/6/06 0:00 32-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/6/06 6:00 32-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/6/06 12:00 31a-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/6/06 18:00 31a-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/7/06 0:00 31a-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/7/06 6:00 31a-4 SNA SN A SNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/7/06 12:00 31a-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/7/06 18:00 31a-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 0:00 31a-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/8/06 6:00 31a-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 12:00 31a-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 18:00 31a-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 0:00 31a-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/9/06 12:00 32a-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 18:00 32a-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 0:00 32a-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 6:00 32a-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/10/06 12:00 32a-5 SNA SN A SNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 18:00 32a-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 0:00 32a-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 6:00 32a-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/11/06 12:00 32a-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 18:00 32a-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 0:00 32a-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 6:00 32a-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/12/06 12:00 32a-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 18:00 32a-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 0:00 32a-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 6:00 32a-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/13/06 12:00 32a-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 18:00 32a-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 0:00 32a-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 6:00 32a-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/14/06 12:00 32a-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 18:00 33-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/15/06 0:00 33-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 89 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/27/06 0:00 36-8 14954 5.570 524.800 75.077 ND ND 555.200 139.626 2. 085 0.000 1.877 6/27/06 12:00 37-1 14955 8.650524.80072.735NDND 555. 200125.2561.9230.0001.632 6/28/06 0:00 37-2 14956 11.199524.800116.704NDND 555. 200199.9423.1650.0002.642 6/28/06 12:00 37-3 14957 7.683524.80071.645NDND 555. 200130.6911.9190.0001.722 6/29/06 0:00 37-4 14958 6.342 524.800 60.968 ND ND 555.200 113.151 1. 639 0.000 1.495 6/29/06 12:00 37-5 14959 8.307524.80068.127NDND 555. 200125.2161.7950.0001.637 6/30/06 0:00 37-6 14960 7.639524.80073.339NDND 555. 200137.2531.9710.0001.815 6/30/06 12:00 37-7 14961 4.690524.80056.579NDND 555. 200102.3461.5570.0001.367 7/1/06 0:00 37-8 14962 5.930 524.800 71.846 ND ND 555.200 134.319 1. 977 0.000 1.797 7/1/06 12:00 37-9 15052 3.236524.80075.941547. 200162.556 555.200148.601 2.1812.2302.035 7/2/06 0:00 37-10 15053 6.464524.80077.767547. 200160.102 555.200146.573 2.1392.1511.962 7/2/06 12:00 37-11 15054 3.128524.80072.831547. 200152.843 555.200139.041 2.0912.0961.903 7/3/06 0:00 37-12 15055 3.430 524.800 69.116 547. 200 143.611 555.200 130.819 1.971 1.963 1.783 7/3/06 12:00 37-13 15056 4.129524.80052.691547. 200108.659 555.20099.386 1.4571.4631.334 7/4/06 0:00 37-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/4/06 12:00 37-15 17446 0.103512.8005.615NDND 556. 0000.3040.1650.0000.003 7/5/06 0:00 37-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/5/06 12:00 37-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/6/06 0:00 37-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/6/06 12:00 37-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/7/06 0:00 37-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/7/06 12:00 38-1 17764 1.414512.80054.386NDND 555. 2002.0581.5890.0000.009 7/8/06 0:00 38-2 17765 1.000512.80056.136NDND 564. 8001.5371.6540.0000.008 7/8/06 12:00 38-3 17766 1.141513.60052.338NDND 564. 8001.4851.5360.0000.005 7/9/06 0:00 38-4 17767 0.844 512.80045.465 ND ND 556.0001.830 1. 339 0.000 0.014 7/9/06 12:00 38-5 17768 0.953512.80048.333NDND 564. 8001.2331.4210.0000.004 7/10/06 0:00 38-6 17769 0.908512.80045.862NDND 564. 8001.3071.3490.0000.006 7/10/06 12:00 38-7 17770 0.489512.80040.581NDND 556. 0001.2621.2030.0000.011 7/11/06 0:00 38-8 17771 0.776 512.80037.974 ND ND 564.8001.024 1. 116 0.000 0.003 7/11/06 12:00 38-9 17772 0.757512.80032.253NDND 555. 2001.3200.9450.0000.008 7/12/06 0:00 38-10 17773 0.410512.80031.817NDND 564. 8000.8250.9420.0000.006 7/12/06 12:00 38-11 17774 0.462512.80032.168NDND 564. 8000.6370.9510.0000.002 7/13/06 0:00 38-12 17775 0.451 512.80028.094 ND ND 556.8000.640 0. 829 0.000 0.003 7/13/06 12:00 38-13 17776 0.536513.60025.206NDND 556. 0000.9130.7400.0000.005 7/14/06 0:00 38-14 17777 0.396513.60024.329NDND 564. 8000.5440.7180.0000.002 7/14/06 12:00 38-15 17778 0.282512.80024.391NDND 556. 0000.5130.7230.0000.003 7/15/06 0:00 38-16 17779 0.379 513.60023.946 ND ND 564.8000.558 0. 707 0.000 0.003 7/15/06 12:00 38-17 17780 0.327512.80020.785NDND 564. 8000.4600.6140.0000.002 7/16/06 0:00 38-18 17781 0.462513.60020.826NDND 564. 8000.6030.6110.0000.002 7/16/06 12:00 38-19 17782 0.399 512.80020.453 ND ND 556.8000.608 0. 602 0.000 0.003 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 90 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 7/17/06 0:00 38-20 17783 0.301 512.80019.589 ND ND 556.8000.463 0. 579 0.000 0.002 7/17/06 12:00 38-21 17784 0.334512.80019.145NDND 556. 0000.3780.5640.0000.001 7/18/06 0:00 38-22 17785 0.417512.80019.259NDND 555. 2000.6730.5650.0000.004 7/18/06 12:00 39-1 15165 3.372524.80055.231547. 200115.662 555.200105.822 1.5561.5721.434 7/19/06 0:00 39-2 15166 8.961 524.80052.456 548. 000100.362 555.20094.080 1.305 1.280 1.192 7/19/06 12:00 39-3 15167 5.931524.80042.327548. 00083.060 555.20076.898 1.0921.0800.994 7/20/06 0:00 39-4 15168 7.389524.80038.575547. 20069.872 555.20064.812 0.9360.8750.804 7/20/06 12:00 39-5 15169 8.778524.80037.307548. 00064.364 555.20059.829 0.8560.7780.715 7/21/06 0:00 39-6 15170 7.675 524.80032.672 547. 20052.367 555.20048.599 0.750 0.626 0.573 7/21/06 12:00 39-7 15171 10.848524.80040.278547. 20066.323 555.20062.316 0.8830.7770.721 7/22/06 0:00 39-8 15172 11.005524.80037.399547. 20056.419 555.20052.713 0.7920.6360.584 7/22/06 12:00 39-9 15173 7.240524.80037.414547. 20061.430 555.20056.443 0.9050.7590.689 7/23/06 0:00 39-10 15174 10.439 524.80038.725 547. 20057.841 555.20053.688 0.849 0.664 0.605 7/23/06 12:00 39-11 15175 11.449524.80041.470547. 20064.746 555.20060.523 0.9010.7460.687 7/24/06 0:00 39-12 15176 10.089524.80043.279547. 20069.112 555.20064.458 0.9960.8260.761 7/24/06 12:00 39-13 15177 6.230524.80038.667547. 20062.146 555.20057.514 0.9730.7830.718 7/25/06 0:00 39-14 15178 9.189 524.80039.882 546. 40058.816 555.20054.464 0.921 0.695 0.634 7/25/06 12:00 40-1 15293 3.495524.80067.369547. 200138.716 555.200125.727 1.9161.8931.711 7/26/06 0:00 40-2 15294 4.496524.80065.749547. 200134.602 555.200122.276 1.8381.8211.649 7/26/06 12:00 40-3 15295 2.887524.80065.841547. 200135.071 555.200121.795 1.8891.8511.665 7/27/06 0:00 40-4 15296 4.424 524.80063.895 547. 200129.021 555.200117.026 1.784 1.744 1.576 7/27/06 12:00 40-5 15297 3.249524.80059.829547. 200121.854 555.200110.126 1.6971.6601.496 7/28/06 0:00 40-6 15298 4.150524.80065.783547. 200135.196 555.200123.951 1.8491.8351.677 7/28/06 12:00 40-7 15299 3.285524.80066.993547. 200137.389 555.200125.125 1.9111.8771.706 7/29/06 0:00 40-8 15300 4.165 524.80063.061 547. 200129.802 555.200118.678 1.767 1.759 1.603 7/29/06 12:00 40-9 15301 5.035524.80061.718547. 200126.926 555.200116.793 1.7001.7061.565 7/30/06 0:00 40-10 15302 6.991524.80068.073547. 200139.260 555.200128.123 1.8321.8521.696 7/30/06 12:00 40-11 15303 3.295524.80061.464547. 200126.685 555.200115.750 1.7451.7271.574 7/31/06 0:00 40-12 15304 3.513 524.80063.165 548. 000130.390 555.200119.842 1.790 1.776 1.629 7/31/06 12:00 40-13 15305 5.898524.80066.221548. 000135.019 555.200124.132 1.8101.8081.655 8/1/06 0:00 40-14 15306 3.808524.80063.741548. 000132.934 555.200121.823 1.7981.8081.652 8/1/06 12:00 41-1 17589 0.729512.80042.582NDND 556. 8001.2901.2560.0000.008 8/2/06 0:00 41-2 17590 0.420 512.80041.719 ND ND 556.8001.094 1. 239 0.000 0.009 8/2/06 12:00 41-3 17591 0.539512.80040.231NDND 556. 8001.1691.1910.0000.009 8/3/06 0:00 41-4 17592 0.368512.80029.136NDND 557. 6000.7690.8630.0000.006 8/3/06 12:00 41-5 17593 0.270512.80027.555NDND 558. 4000.6170.8190.0000.005 8/4/06 0:00 41-6 17594 0.483 512.80028.082 ND ND 556.8000.657 0. 828 0.000 0.002 8/4/06 12:00 41-7 17595 0.436512.80027.664NDND 555. 2000.7190.8170.0000.004 8/5/06 0:00 41-8 17596 0.297512.80025.798NDND 556. 8000.6230.7650.0000.005 8/5/06 12:00 41-9 17597 0.462 512.80023.962 ND ND 555.2000.876 0. 705 0.000 0.006 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 91 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 8/6/06 0:00 41-10 17598 0.404 513.60021.824 ND ND 557.6000.527 0. 643 0.000 0.002 8/6/06 12:00 41-11 17599 0.314512.80022.282NDND 556. 0000.6060.6590.0000.004 8/7/06 0:00 41-12 17600 0.299512.80021.039NDND 555. 2000.4940.6220.0000.003 8/7/06 12:00 41-13 17601 0.430512.80021.531NDND 555. 2000.6770.6330.0000.003 8/8/06 0:00 41-14 17602 0.484 512.80022.073 ND ND 556.8000.931 0. 648 0.000 0.006 8/8/06 12:00 41-15 17603 0.385512.80020.789NDND 555. 2000.5460.6120.0000.002 8/9/06 0:00 41-16 17604 0.461524.80016.099NDND 555. 20037.6580.4690.0000.521 8/9/06 12:00 41-17 17607 0.454512.80020.843NDND 557. 6000.6260.6120.0000.002 8/10/06 0:00 42-1 16503 0.906 512.80073.345 ND ND 555.2002.084 2. 173 0.000 0.016 8/10/06 12:00 42-2 16504 1.008512.80064.103NDND 556. 0002.1511.8930.0000.016 8/11/06 0:00 42-3 16505 1.558512.80074.132NDND 555. 2001.9552.1770.0000.006 8/11/06 12:00 42-4 16506 1.035513.60063.834NDND 555. 2001.4631.8840.0000.006 8/12/06 0:00 42-5 16507 0.770 512.80068.716 ND ND 556.8001.905 2. 038 0.000 0.016 8/12/06 12:00 42-6 16508 0.860512.80067.740NDND 556. 8001.9272.0060.0000.015 8/13/06 0:00 42-7 16509 0.865512.80066.099NDND 556. 8002.2251.9570.0000.019 8/13/06 12:00 42-8 16510 0.991512.80064.030NDND 555. 2001.7911.8910.0000.011 8/14/06 0:00 42-9 16511 2.054 512.80058.887 ND ND 557.6002.276 1. 705 0.000 0.003 8/14/06 12:00 42-10 16512 0.450512.80053.118NDND 556. 0001.6041.5800.0000.016 8/15/06 0:00 42-11 16513 1.041512.80059.177NDND 555. 2001.4371.7440.0000.006 8/15/06 12:00 42-12 16514 1.177512.800111.497NDND 555. 2003.0803.3100.0000.027 8/16/06 0:00 42-13 16515 1.660 512.800118.540ND ND 556.8003.366 3. 506 0.000 0.024 8/16/06 12:00 42-14 16516 1.363512.800118.892NDND 555. 2002.5193.5260.0000.016 8/17/06 0:00 42-15 16517 1.834512.800113.805NDND 564. 8002.8783.3590.0000.015 8/17/06 12:00 42-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/18/06 0:00 42-17 16519 2.023 513.600 115.236 ND ND 557.600 3.374 3. 396 0.000 0.019 8/18/06 12:00 42-18 16520 2.502512.800105.450NDND 564. 8002.8063.0880.0000.004 8/19/06 0:00 42-19 16521 1.901512.800106.247NDND 564. 8002.8643.1300.0000.013 8/19/06 12:00 42-20 16522 2.173512.800106.387NDND 564. 8002.3633.1260.0000.003 8/20/06 0:00 42-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/20/06 12:00 42-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 0:00 42-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 12:00 43-1 16695 0.283512.00011.800NDND NDND0.3460.0000.000 8/22/06 0:00 43-2 16696 0.335 512.800 13.084 ND ND ND ND 0.382 0.000 0.000 8/22/06 12:00 43-3 16697 0.194512.80011.805NDND NDND0.3480.0000.000 8/23/06 0:00 43-4 16698 0.214512.80011.844NDND NDND0.3490.0000.000 8/23/06 12:00 43-5 16699 0.306513.60012.203NDND NDND0.3570.0000.000 8/24/06 0:00 43-6 16700 0.104 512.800 11.811 ND ND ND ND 0.351 0.000 0.000 8/24/06 12:00 43-7 16701 0.170512.80010.964NDND NDND0.3240.0000.000 8/25/06 0:00 43-8 16702 0.419513.60013.358NDND NDND0.3880.0000.000 8/25/06 12:00 43-9 16703 0.322 512.800 11.402 ND ND ND ND 0.332 0.000 0.000 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 92 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 8/26/06 0:00 43-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/26/06 12:00 43-11 16704 0.243512.80011.883NDND NDND0.3490.0000.000 8/27/06 0:00 43-12 16705 0.134512.80010.418NDND NDND0.3090.0000.000 8/27/06 12:00 43-13 16706 0.269512.80011.655NDND NDND0.3420.0000.000 8/28/06 0:00 43-14 16707 0.269 512.800 12.792 ND ND ND ND 0.376 0.000 0.000 8/28/06 12:00 43-15 16708 0.303512.80012.748NDND NDND0.3730.0000.000 8/29/06 0:00 43-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/29/06 12:00 43-17 16709 0.098512.8009.945NDND NDND0.2950.0000.000 8/30/06 0:00 43-18 16710 0.184 512.800 10.377 ND ND ND ND 0.306 0.000 0.000 8/30/06 12:00 44-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/31/06 0:00 44-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/31/06 12:00 44-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/1/06 0:00 44-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/1/06 12:00 44-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/2/06 0:00 44-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/2/06 12:00 44-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/3/06 0:00 44-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/3/06 12:00 44-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/4/06 0:00 44-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/4/06 12:00 44-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/5/06 0:00 44-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/5/06 12:00 44-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/6/06 0:00 44-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/6/06 12:00 45-1 17130 0.204512.8007.437535.2000. 855 NDND0.2170.0090.000 9/7/06 0:00 45-2 17131 0.229 513.60010.260 535. 2001.006 ND ND 0.301 0.011 0.000 9/7/06 12:00 45-3 17132 0.243512.8008.689535.2001. 054 NDND0.2530.0110.000 9/8/06 0:00 45-4 17133 0.248512.8008.403535.2000. 987 NDND0.2450.0100.000 9/8/06 12:00 45-5 17134 0.272512.8008.575535.2000. 905 NDND0.2490.0090.000 9/9/06 0:00 45-6 17135 0.479 512.8009.062 535. 2001.651 ND ND 0.257 0.016 0.000 9/9/06 12:00 45-7 17136 0.308512.8008.338535.2001. 243 NDND0.2410.0130.000 9/10/06 0:00 45-8 17137 0.289512.8006.033535.2000. 760 NDND0.1720.0070.000 9/10/06 12:00 45-9 17138 0.356512.8007.566535.2001. 226 NDND0.2160.0120.000 9/11/06 0:00 45-10 17139 0.246 512.8008.827 535. 2000.889 ND ND 0.257 0.009 0.000 9/11/06 12:00 45-11 17140 0.221512.8007.506535.2000. 878 NDND0.2190.0090.000 9/12/06 0:00 45-12 17141 0.462512.8007.468535.2001. 834 NDND0.2100.0190.000 9/12/06 12:00 45-13 17142 0.204512.8008.527535.2000. 787 NDND0.2500.0080.000 9/13/06 0:00 45-14 17143 0.246 512.8007.346 535. 2000.956 ND ND 0.213 0.010 0.000 9/13/06 12:00 45-15 17144 0.210512.8007.691535.2000. 981 NDND0.2240.0110.000 9/14/06 0:00 45-16 17145 0.182512.8007.431535.2000. 847 NDND0.2170.0090.000 9/14/06 12:00 45-17 17146 0.157 512.0005.992 535. 2000.903 ND ND 0.175 0.010 0.000 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 93 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 9/15/06 0:00 45-18 17147 0.152 513.6006.765 535. 2000.802 ND ND 0.198 0.009 0.000 9/15/06 12:00 45-19 17148 0.255513.6005.480535.2001. 060 NDND0.1570.0110.000 9/16/06 0:00 45-20 17149 0.183512.8006.157535.2000. 638 NDND0.1790.0060.000 9/16/06 12:00 45-21 17150 0.176512.8007.247535.2000. 743 NDND0.2120.0080.000 9/17/06 0:00 45-22 17151 0.171 512.8006.110 535. 2000.861 ND ND 0.178 0.010 0.000 9/17/06 12:00 45-23 17152 0.181513.6006.281535.2000. 679 NDND0.1830.0070.000 9/18/06 0:00 45-24 17153 0.181 512.8006. 813 535.2000.736 ND ND 0.199 0.008 0.000 Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 94 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data. 17.446 524.800 181.220 549.600 244.520 564.800 43.416 5.399 3.403 0.380 Max Min 0.000 510.400 0.374 535.200 0.183 555.200 0.500 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 562 452 452 452 452 90 200 612 612 612 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 1137NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/26/06 16:00 1-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/26/06 20:00 1-3 1137NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 0:00 1-4 1137NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 4:00 1-5 1141NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 8:00 1-6 1141ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/27/06 12:00 1-7 1141NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 16:00 1-8 1141NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 20:00 1-9 1141NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 0:00 1-10 1142ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/28/06 4:00 1-11 1142NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 8:00 1-12 1142NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 12:00 1-13 1142NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 16:00 1-14 1142ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/28/06 20:00 2-1 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 0:00 2-2 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 4:00 2-3 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 8:00 2-4 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 12:00 2-5 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 16:00 2-6 1105NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 20:00 2-7 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 0:00 2-8 1106ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/30/06 4:00 2-9 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 8:00 2-10 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 12:00 2-11 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 16:00 2-12 1106ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/30/06 20:00 2-13 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 0:00 2-14 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 4:00 2-15 1106NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 8:00 2-16 1106ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/31/06 12:00 2-17 1107NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 16:00 2-18 1107NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 20:00 2-19 1107NDNDND NDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 0:00 2-20 11073 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 95 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 4:00 2-21 11074 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/1/06 8:00 2-22 11075 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 12:00 2-23 11076 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 18:00 3-1 11151 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 0:00 3-2 11152 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/2/06 6:00 3-3 11153 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 12:00 3-4 11154 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 18:00 3-5 11155 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 0:00 3-6 11156 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/3/06 6:00 3-7 11157 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 12:00 3-8 11158 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 18:00 3-9 11159 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 0:00 3-10 11160 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/4/06 6:00 3-11 11161 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 12:00 4-1 11398 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 18:00 4-2 11399 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 0:00 4-3 11400 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/5/06 6:00 4-4 11401 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.6660.0000.0000.037 2/5/06 12:00 4-5 11402 0.000NR NDNRNDNR1.4560.0000.0000.020 2/5/06 18:00 4-6 11403 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.0900.0000.0000.029 2/6/06 0:00 4-7 11404 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.222 0.000 0.000 0.031 2/6/06 6:00 4-8 11405 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.2620.0000.0000.046 2/6/06 12:00 4-9 11406 0.000NR NDNRNDNR1.8720.0000.0000.026 2/6/06 18:00 4-10 11407 0.000NR NDNRNDNR1.7500.0000.0000.025 2/7/06 0:00 4-11 11408 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.532 0.000 0.000 0.035 2/7/06 6:00 4-12 11409 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.5500.0000.0000.036 2/7/06 12:00 4-13 11410 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.5700.0000.0000.036 2/7/06 18:00 4-14 11411 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.4700.0000.0000.035 2/8/06 0:00 4-15 11412 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.600 0.000 0.000 0.036 2/8/06 6:00 4-16 11413 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.2440.0000.0000.045 2/8/06 12:00 4-17 11414 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.0320.0000.0000.042 2/8/06 18:00 5-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/9/06 0:00 5-2 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 2/9/06 6:00 5-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/9/06 12:00 5-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/9/06 18:00 5-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/10/06 0:00 5-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 2/10/06 6:00 5-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/10/06 12:00 5-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/10/06 18:00 5-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 96 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 0:00 5-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 2/11/06 6:00 5-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/11/06 12:00 5-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/11/06 12:46 g rab-11696 0.000NRNDNRND NR3.6510.0000.0000.051 2/11/06 18:00 5-1 11885 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.140 0.000 0.000 0.044 2/12/06 0:00 5-2 11886 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.3230.0000.0000.047 2/12/06 6:00 5-3 11887 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.5910.0000.0000.050 2/12/06 12:00 5-4 11888 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.2890.0000.0000.060 2/12/06 18:00 5-5 11889 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR N/A N/A N/A 2/13/06 0:00 5-6 11890 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.0090.0000.0000.056 2/13/06 6:00 5-7 11891 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.9860.0000.0000.056 2/13/06 12:00 5-8 11892 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.4770.0000.0000.063 2/13/06 18:00 5-9 11893 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.951 0.000 0.000 0.055 2/14/06 0:00 5-10 11894 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.1800.0000.0000.059 2/14/06 6:00 5-11 11895 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.4240.0000.0000.076 2/14/06 12:00 5-12 11896 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.7600.0000.0000.053 2/14/06 18:00 5-13 11897 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.457 0.000 0.000 0.048 2/15/06 0:00 5-14 11898 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.8000.0000.0000.067 2/15/06 6:00 5-15 11899 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.4360.0000.0000.062 2/15/06 12:00 5-16 11900 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.7080.0000.0000.080 2/15/06 18:00 6-1 12115 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.070 0.000 0.000 0.043 2/16/06 0:00 6-2 12116 0.000NR NDNRNDNR6.6700.0000.0000.093 2/16/06 6:00 6-3 12117 0.000NR NDNRNDNR6.6200.0000.0000.093 2/16/06 12:00 6-4 12118 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.6900.0000.0000.080 2/16/06 18:00 6-5 12119 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 5.230 0.000 0.000 0.073 2/17/06 0:00 6-6 12120 0.000NR NDNRNDNR6.3900.0000.0000.089 2/17/06 6:00 6-7 12121 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.4300.0000.0000.062 2/17/06 12:00 6-8 12122 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.9000.0000.0000.083 2/17/06 18:00 6-9 12123 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 5.720 0.000 0.000 0.080 2/18/06 0:00 6-10 12124 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.8800.0000.0000.082 2/18/06 6:00 6-11 12125 0.000NR NDNRNDNR5.6800.0000.0000.080 2/18/06 12:00 7-1 12053 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.0900.0000.0000.043 2/18/06 18:00 7-2 12054 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.780 0.000 0.000 0.053 2/19/06 0:00 7-3 12055 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.2100.0000.0000.059 2/19/06 6:00 7-4 12056 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.8200.0000.0000.053 2/19/06 12:00 7-5 12057 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.3100.0000.0000.046 2/19/06 18:00 7-6 12058 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.920 0.000 0.000 0.055 2/20/06 0:00 7-7 12059 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.9100.0000.0000.055 2/20/06 6:00 7-8 12060 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.0900.0000.0000.057 2/20/06 12:00 7-9 12061 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.850 0.000 0.000 0.054 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 97 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 18:00 7-10 12062 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.690 0.000 0.000 0.052 2/21/06 0:00 7-11 12063 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.8900.0000.0000.054 2/21/06 6:00 7-12 12064 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.4000.0000.0000.062 2/21/06 12:00 7-13 12065 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.6600.0000.0000.051 2/21/06 18:00 7-14 12066 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.340 0.000 0.000 0.047 2/22/06 0:00 7-15 12067 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.2900.0000.0000.046 2/22/06 6:00 7-16 12068 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.2300.0000.0000.045 2/22/06 12:00 7-17 12069 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.1400.0000.0000.058 2/22/06 18:00 8-1 12251 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.280 0.000 0.000 0.046 2/23/06 0:00 8-2 12252 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.9700.0000.0000.056 2/23/06 6:00 8-3 12253 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.1400.0000.0000.044 2/23/06 12:00 8-4 12254 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.6100.0000.0000.037 2/23/06 18:00 8-5 12255 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.350 0.000 0.000 0.047 2/24/06 0:00 8-6 12256 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.6700.0000.0000.051 2/24/06 6:00 8-7 12257 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.4900.0000.0000.049 2/24/06 12:00 8-8 12258 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.6400.0000.0000.037 2/24/06 18:00 8-9 12259 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.740 0.000 0.000 0.052 2/25/06 0:00 8-10 12260 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.1400.0000.0000.044 2/25/06 6:00 8-11 12261 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.9300.0000.0000.041 2/25/06 12:00 8-12 12262 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.6000.0000.0000.050 2/25/06 18:00 9-1 12219 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.750 0.000 0.000 0.039 2/26/06 0:00 9-2 12220 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.7000.0000.0000.038 2/26/06 6:00 9-3 12221 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.0900.0000.0000.029 2/26/06 12:00 9-4 12222 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.3100.0000.0000.032 2/26/06 18:00 9-5 12223 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.540 0.000 0.000 0.036 2/27/06 0:00 9-6 12224 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.1100.0000.0000.030 2/27/06 6:00 9-7 12225 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.3900.0000.0000.047 2/27/06 12:00 9-8 12226 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.2000.0000.0000.031 2/27/06 18:00 9-9 12227 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.760 0.000 0.000 0.039 2/28/06 0:00 9-10 12228 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.6400.0000.0000.037 2/28/06 6:00 9-11 12229 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.3700.0000.0000.033 2/28/06 12:00 9-12 12230 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.6500.0000.0000.051 2/28/06 18:00 9-13 12231 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.670 0.000 0.000 0.037 3/1/06 0:00 9-14 12232 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.5800.0000.0000.050 3/1/06 6:00 9-15 12233 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.7700.0000.0000.039 3/1/06 12:00 9-16 12234 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.1450.0000.0000.030 3/7/06 18:00 10-1 12516 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 5.153 0.000 0.000 0.072 3/8/06 0:00 10-2 12517 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.3320.0000.0000.047 3/8/06 6:00 10-3 12518 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.1250.0000.0000.058 3/8/06 12:00 10-4 12519 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.461 0.000 0.000 0.048 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 98 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 18:00 10-5 12520 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.485 0.000 0.000 0.049 3/9/06 0:00 10-6 12521 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.9850.0000.0000.056 3/9/06 6:00 10-7 12522 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.3290.0000.0000.061 3/9/06 12:00 10-8 12523 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.8380.0000.0000.068 3/9/06 18:00 10-9 12524 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 4.261 0.000 0.000 0.060 3/10/06 0:00 10-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/10/06 6:00 10-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/10/06 12:00 10-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/10/06 18:00 10-13 12525 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.700 0.000 0.000 0.052 3/11/06 0:00 10-14 12526 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.5650.0000.0000.064 3/11/06 6:00 10-15 12527 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.8220.0000.0000.054 3/11/06 12:00 11-1 12499 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.7690.0000.0000.039 3/11/06 18:00 11-2 12500 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.146 0.000 0.000 0.044 3/12/06 0:00 11-3 12501 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.5350.0000.0000.049 3/12/06 6:00 11-4 12502 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.7560.0000.0000.053 3/12/06 12:00 11-5 12503 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.1540.0000.0000.030 3/12/06 18:00 11-6 12504 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 2.737 0.000 0.000 0.038 3/13/06 0:00 11-7 12505 0.000NR NDNRNDNR4.7830.0000.0000.067 3/13/06 6:00 11-8 12506 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.8650.0000.0000.040 3/13/06 12:00 11-9 12507 0.000NR NDNRNDNR2.8610.0000.0000.040 3/13/06 18:00 11-10 12508 0.000 NR ND NR ND NR 3.736 0.000 0.000 0.052 3/14/06 0:00 11-11 12509 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.5860.0000.0000.050 3/14/06 6:00 11-12 12510 0.000NR NDNRNDNR3.1860.0000.0000.045 3/14/06 12:00 11-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/14/06 18:00 11-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/15/06 0:00 11-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/15/06 6:00 11-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/15/06 12:00 11-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/15/06 18:00 12-1 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/16/06 0:00 12-2 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/16/06 6:00 12-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/16/06 12:00 12-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/16/06 18:00 12-5 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/17/06 0:00 12-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/17/06 6:00 12-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/17/06 12:00 12-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/17/06 18:00 12-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/18/06 0:00 12-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/18/06 6:00 12-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/18/06 12:00 12-12 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 99 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavele n (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 18:00 12-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/19/06 0:00 12-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/19/06 6:00 12-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/19/06 12:00 13-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/19/06 18:00 13-2 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/20/06 0:00 13-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/20/06 6:00 13-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/20/06 12:00 13-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/20/06 18:00 13-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/21/06 0:00 13-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN /A N/ A N/ A 3/21/06 6:00 13-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/21/06 12:00 13-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/21/06 18:00 13-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/22/06 0:00 13-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN /A N/ A N/ A 3/22/06 6:00 13-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/22/06 12:00 14-1 12990 0.984520.80090.658541.600100. 394 NDND2.6901.3920.000 3/22/06 18:00 14-2 12991 1.029 519.200 90.012 540. 800 99.340 ND ND 2.669 1.376 0.000 3/23/06 0:00 14-3 12992 1.133519.200103.378540.800114. 145 NDND3.0671.5820.000 3/23/06 6:00 14-4 12993 0.933518.400109.425540.800122. 187 NDND3.2551.6980.000 3/23/06 12:00 14-5 12994 2.882519.200113.942540.000126. 316 NDND3.3321.7280.000 3/23/06 18:00 14-6 12995 2.010 519.200 110.503 541. 600 130.300 ND ND 3.255 1.796 0.000 3/24/06 0:00 14-7 12996 1.229520.000120.109540.800133. 669 NDND3.5661.8540.000 3/24/06 6:00 14-8 12997 1.253520.800121.483541.600136. 643 NDND3.6071.8950.000 3/24/06 12:00 14-9 12998 1.147520.000114.799541.600131. 066 NDND3.4101.8190.000 3/24/06 18:00 14-10 12999 1.365 520.000 107.727 541. 600 125.723 ND ND 3.191 1.741 0.000 3/25/06 0:00 14-11 13000 1.459518.400132.028540.800148. 877 NDND3.9172.0640.000 3/25/06 6:00 14-12 13001 1.081519.200130.463541.600145. 663 NDND3.8812.0240.000 3/25/06 12:00 15-1 13006 1.357520.80078.121540.80074. 368 NDND2.3031.0220.000 3/25/06 18:00 15-2 13007 1.208 520.000 73.657 540. 800 70.893 ND ND 2.173 0.976 0.000 3/26/06 0:00 15-3 13008 1.422517.60092.066540.80092. 395 NDND2.7191.2740.000 3/26/06 6:00 15-4 13009 1.369518.40094.215541.60092. 760 NDND2.7851.2790.000 3/26/06 12:00 15-5 13010 1.018517.60085.426540.80085. 650 NDND2.5321.1850.000 3/26/06 18:00 15-6 13011 1.235 519.200 74.729 540. 800 70.229 ND ND 2.205 0.966 0.000 3/27/06 0:00 15-7 13012 1.223519.20076.852541.60079. 369 NDND2.2691.0940.000 3/27/06 6:00 15-8 13013 1.284519.20092.296540.00090. 194 NDND2.7301.2450.000 3/27/06 12:00 15-9 13014 0.990517.60070.228540.00071. 865 NDND2.0770.9920.000 3/27/06 18:00 15-10 13015 1.004 519.200 61.073 540. 000 58.300 ND ND 1.802 0.802 0.000 3/28/06 0:00 15-11 13016 1.229518.40065.728541.60063. 895 NDND1.9350.8770.000 3/28/06 6:00 15-12 13017 1.384519.20067.660540.80066. 275 NDND1.9880.9080.000 3/28/06 12:00 16-1 12921 1.498 520.000 143.926 540. 800 180.746 ND ND 4.273 2.509 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 100 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 18:00 16-2 12922 1.397 522.400147.780542. 400198.397 ND ND 4.391 2.758 0.000 3/29/06 0:00 16-3 12923 1.285521.600171.108541.600227. 410 NDND5.0953.1660.000 3/29/06 6:00 16-4 12924 1.428524.800178.407540.800244. 520 NDND5.3093.4030.000 3/29/06 12:00 16-5 12925 1.678520.800163.140540.800220. 984 NDND4.8443.0700.000 3/29/06 18:00 16-6 12926 1.173 524.800138.946541. 600193.997 ND ND 4.133 2.700 0.000 3/30/06 0:00 16-7 12927 1.510524.800155.187541.600209. 549 NDND4.6102.9130.000 3/30/06 6:00 16-8 12928 1.423524.800158.401541.600216. 020 NDND4.7093.0040.000 3/30/06 12:00 16-9 12929 1.605524.800135.003542.400192. 895 NDND4.0022.6780.000 3/30/06 18:00 16-10 12930 1.876 519.200129.757541. 600180.566 ND ND 3.836 2.502 0.000 3/31/06 0:00 16-11 12931 6.107524.800132.016540.800182. 000 NDND3.7772.4630.000 3/31/06 6:00 16-12 12932 2.089524.800139.906541.600189. 853 NDND4.1352.6290.000 3/31/06 12:00 16-13 12933 1.425524.800123.520542.400165. 463 NDND3.6632.2970.000 3/31/06 18:00 17-1 13018 1.346 519.200104.994540. 800139.943 ND ND 3.109 1.940 0.000 4/1/06 0:00 17-2 13019 1.588521.600117.371541.600153. 696 NDND3.4732.1300.000 4/1/06 6:00 17-3 13020 1.370520.800120.053542.400158. 356 NDND3.5602.1980.000 4/1/06 12:00 17-4 13021 1.357520.00069.442541.60090. 239 NDND2.0431.2440.000 4/1/06 18:00 17-5 13022 1.591 520.00067.691 540. 80088.958 ND ND 1.983 1.223 0.000 4/2/06 0:00 17-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/2/06 6:00 17-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/2/06 12:00 17-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/2/06 18:00 17-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/3/06 0:00 17-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/3/06 6:00 17-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/3/06 12:00 17-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/3/06 18:00 17-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/4/06 0:00 17-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/4/06 6:00 17-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/4/06 11:17 g rab-13023 1.248520.800181.220541.600 242.740 NDND5.3993.3810.000 4/4/06 12:00 18-1 13541 0.974 524.800 141.198 540. 800 192.928 ND ND 4.207 2.687 0.000 4/4/06 18:00 18-2 13542 1.195520.000117.805540.800153. 318 NDND3.4982.1300.000 4/5/06 0:00 18-3 13543 1.304520.800133.130541.600170. 954 NDND3.9552.3750.000 4/5/06 6:00 18-4 13544 1.016521.600134.846541.600168. 250 NDND4.0152.3410.000 4/5/06 12:00 18-5 13545 1.486 520.800 111.269 542. 400 136.535 ND ND 3.293 1.891 0.000 4/5/06 18:00 18-6 13546 1.484519.20096.420540.800118. 346 NDND2.8481.6360.000 4/6/06 0:00 18-7 13547 1.268520.000110.063540.800135. 180 NDND3.2641.8750.000 4/6/06 6:00 18-8 13548 1.103524.80093.390541.600131. 334 NDND2.7691.8230.000 4/6/06 12:00 18-9 13549 1.252 521.600 89.482 541. 600 108.970 ND ND 2.647 1.508 0.000 4/6/06 18:00 18-10 13550 1.121520.00077.671541.60094. 740 NDND2.2971.3110.000 4/7/06 0:00 18-11 13551 1.272520.00096.634541.600110. 364 NDND2.8611.5270.000 4/7/06 6:00 18-12 13552 1.154 518.400 92.164 540. 800 110.777 ND ND 2.730 1.535 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 101 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/7/06 12:00 19-1 13595 1.361 524.80093.735 541. 600128.421 ND ND 2.771 1.779 0.000 4/7/06 18:00 19-2 13596 1.216521.60083.391541.600116. 032 NDND2.4651.6070.000 4/8/06 0:00 19-3 13597 1.074520.00091.290540.800123. 677 NDND2.7061.7160.000 4/8/06 6:00 19-4 13598 1.103520.00097.667540.000121. 612 NDND2.8971.6870.000 4/8/06 12:00 19-5 13599 1.237 524.80050.990 542. 40096.444 ND ND 1.493 1.333 0.000 4/8/06 18:00 19-6 13600 1.258520.80085.020541.600105. 042 NDND2.5131.4530.000 4/9/06 0:00 19-7 13601 1.114520.00092.707541.600115. 601 NDND2.7481.6030.000 4/9/06 6:00 19-8 13602 0.986518.40090.550540.000118. 000 NDND2.6871.6380.000 4/9/06 12:00 19-9 13603 1.217 519.20078.459 540. 800105.733 ND ND 2.317 1.463 0.000 4/9/06 18:00 19-10 13604 1.169522.40082.725541.60099. 023 NDND2.4471.3700.000 4/10/06 0:00 19-11 13605 1.254521.60088.122541.600115. 334 NDND2.6061.5970.000 4/10/06 6:00 19-12 13606 1.142524.80075.135541.600124. 321 NDND2.2201.7250.000 4/10/06 12:00 19-13 13607 1.217 524.80062.075 541. 600108.704 ND ND 1.826 1.505 0.000 4/10/06 18:00 19-14 13608 1.375520.00088.748540.800107. 903 NDND2.6211.4910.000 4/11/06 0:00 19-15 13609 1.386520.00099.868541.600124. 448 NDND2.9541.7230.000 4/11/06 6:00 19-16 13610 1.173522.400102.149542.400125. 759 NDND3.0291.7440.000 4/11/06 12:00 20-1 13468 5.080 524.80075.304 541. 600113.165 ND ND 2.107 1.513 0.000 4/11/06 18:00 20-2 13469 4.536518.400102.070540.800114. 182 NDND2.9261.5350.000 4/12/06 0:00 20-3 13470 4.797520.80099.723540.800125. 378 NDND2.8481.6880.000 4/12/06 6:00 20-4 13471 6.335524.800103.008541.600125. 062 NDND2.9001.6620.000 4/12/06 12:00 20-5 13472 4.578 520.80093.954 541. 600105.711 ND ND 2.681 1.416 0.000 4/12/06 18:00 20-6 13473 4.549519.20095.287540.000102. 199 NDND2.7221.3670.000 4/13/06 0:00 20-7 13474 4.486519.200103.761540.800115. 294 NDND2.9781.5510.000 4/13/06 6:00 20-8 13475 4.964521.60080.476541.600110. 540 NDND2.2651.4780.000 4/13/06 12:00 20-9 13476 4.497 524.80068.870 540. 80094.992 ND ND 1.931 1.267 0.000 4/13/06 18:00 20-10 13477 4.309519.20089.738541.60096. 715 NDND2.5631.2940.000 4/14/06 0:00 20-11 13478 4.283519.200100.096540.800110. 523 NDND2.8741.4870.000 4/14/06 6:00 20-12 13479 4.199520.000102.020541.600108. 618 NDND2.9351.4620.000 4/14/06 12:00 21-1 13455 1.493 519.20094.574 540. 80094.499 ND ND 2.792 1.302 0.000 4/14/06 18:00 21-2 13456 1.479519.20073.142540.00072. 492 NDND2.1500.9940.000 4/15/06 0:00 21-3 13457 1.521520.00086.119540.00081. 355 NDND2.5381.1180.000 4/15/06 6:00 21-4 13458 1.427518.40087.817541.60083. 370 NDND2.5921.1470.000 4/15/06 12:00 21-5 13459 1.804 518.40080.122 540. 80073.988 ND ND 2.350 1.011 0.000 4/15/06 18:00 21-6 13460 1.563518.40070.134541.60063. 453 NDND2.0570.8660.000 4/16/06 0:00 21-7 13461 1.741519.20076.755540.80069. 209 NDND2.2500.9450.000 4/16/06 6:00 21-8 13462 1.857519.20078.370540.80071. 334 NDND2.2950.9730.000 4/16/06 12:00 21-9 13463 1.804 518.40070.524 541. 60061.149 ND ND 2.062 0.831 0.000 4/16/06 18:00 21-10 13464 1.865518.40062.818541.60055. 880 NDND1.8290.7560.000 4/17/06 0:00 21-11 13465 2.389517.60071.323540.80067. 167 NDND2.0680.9070.000 4/17/06 6:00 21-12 13466 1.687 518.40071.249 540. 80070.962 ND ND 2.087 0.970 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 102 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/17/06 12:00 21-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/17/06 18:00 21-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/06 0:00 21-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/06 6:00 21-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/06 12:00 22-1 13642 1.973 519.200 87.631 540. 800 84.712 ND ND 2.570 1.158 0.000 4/18/06 18:00 22-2 13643 4.729519.20079.616540.80072. 606 NDND2.2470.9500.000 4/19/06 0:00 22-3 13644 4.802517.60092.049541.60081. 971 NDND2.6171.0800.000 4/19/06 6:00 22-4 13645 2.769517.60089.686540.00079. 144 NDND2.6081.0690.000 4/19/06 12:00 22-5 13646 2.295 519.200 76.673 540. 800 64.600 ND ND 2.231 0.872 0.000 4/19/06 18:00 22-6 13647 1.858519.20073.438540.00063. 803 NDND2.1470.8670.000 4/20/06 0:00 22-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/20/06 6:00 22-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/20/06 12:00 22-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/20/06 18:00 22-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/21/06 0:00 22-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/21/06 6:00 22-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/21/06 12:00 23-1 13587 1.082 518.400 78.228 541. 600 62.778 ND ND 2.314 0.864 0.000 4/21/06 18:00 23-2 13588 0.920517.60058.369539.20046. 745 NDND1.7230.6420.000 4/22/06 0:00 23-3 13589 1.003518.40067.919540.00054. 694 NDND2.0070.7520.000 4/22/06 6:00 23-4 13590 1.132517.60073.064540.80054. 823 NDND2.1580.7520.000 4/22/06 12:00 23-5 13591 0.822 518.400 69.791 540. 000 49.549 ND ND 2.069 0.682 0.000 4/22/06 18:00 23-6 13592 1.138516.80059.780538.40044. 322 NDND1.7590.6050.000 4/23/06 0:00 23-7 13593 1.285518.40070.235535.20051. 632 NDND2.0690.7050.000 4/23/06 6:00 23-8 13594 1.047518.40068.975535.20048. 612 NDND2.0380.6660.000 4/23/06 12:00 23-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/23/06 18:00 23-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 0:00 23-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 6:00 23-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 12:00 23-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/24/06 18:00 23-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/25/06 0:00 23-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/25/06 6:00 23-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/25/06 12:00 24-1 13690 1.138 518.400 66.231 536. 000 49.828 ND ND 1.953 0.682 0.000 4/25/06 18:00 24-2 13691 1.067516.80058.097535.20042. 506 NDND1.7110.5800.000 4/26/06 0:00 24-3 13692 0.951517.60063.340536.00045. 528 NDND1.8720.6240.000 4/26/06 6:00 24-4 13693 0.971518.40062.173539.20045. 066 NDND1.8360.6170.000 4/26/06 12:00 24-5 13694 1.268 519.200 64.675 535. 200 43.819 ND ND 1.902 0.596 0.000 4/26/06 18:00 24-6 13695 1.062518.40064.019535.20042. 556 NDND1.8890.5810.000 4/27/06 0:00 24-7 13696 1.059517.60071.009535.20046. 064 NDND2.0990.6300.000 4/27/06 6:00 24-8 13697 1.218 517.600 68.580 535. 200 45.001 ND ND 2.021 0.613 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 103 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/27/06 12:00 24-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/27/06 18:00 24-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/28/06 0:00 24-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/28/06 6:00 24-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/28/06 12:00 24-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/28/06 18:00 25-1 13698 1.094518.40059.484535.20039. 395 NDND1.7520.5360.000 4/29/06 0:00 25-2 13699 0.993518.40064.389535.20041. 845 NDND1.9020.5720.000 4/29/06 6:00 25-3 13700 0.802518.40066.841535.20041. 704 NDND1.9810.5730.000 4/29/06 12:00 25-4 13701 1.034 517.600 62.524 535. 200 38.395 ND ND 1.845 0.523 0.000 4/29/06 18:00 25-5 13702 0.916517.60055.799535.20031. 683 NDND1.6460.4310.000 4/30/06 0:00 25-6 13703 1.056517.60060.754535.20035. 494 NDND1.7910.4820.000 4/30/06 6:00 25-7 13704 1.114518.40061.622535.20035. 926 NDND1.8150.4870.000 4/30/06 12:00 25-8 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/30/06 18:00 25-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/1/06 0:00 25-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/1/06 6:00 25-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/1/06 12:00 25-12 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/1/06 18:00 25-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/2/06 0:00 25-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/2/06 6:00 25-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/2/06 12:00 26-1 13916 1.387 518.400 69.153 535. 200 43.575 ND ND 2.033 0.591 0.000 5/2/06 18:00 26-2 13917 1.175516.80062.391535.20037. 114 NDND1.8360.5030.000 5/3/06 0:00 26-3 13918 1.325517.60066.253535.20041. 045 NDND1.9480.5560.000 5/3/06 6:00 26-4 13919 1.673518.40066.368535.20039. 766 NDND1.9410.5330.000 5/3/06 12:00 26-5 13920 1.759 517.600 60.325 535. 200 36.751 ND ND 1.757 0.490 0.000 5/3/06 18:00 26-6 13921 2.172517.60045.305535.20029. 911 NDND1.2940.3880.000 5/4/06 0:00 26-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/4/06 6:00 26-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/4/06 12:00 26-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/4/06 18:00 26-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/5/06 0:00 26-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/5/06 6:00 26-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/5/06 12:00 27-1 13938 1.237 517.600 55.538 535. 200 35.796 ND ND 1.629 0.484 0.000 5/5/06 18:00 27-2 13939 1.311517.60055.339535.20033. 334 NDND1.6210.4480.000 5/6/06 0:00 27-3 13940 1.314518.40054.094535.20035. 172 NDND1.5830.4740.000 5/6/06 6:00 27-4 13941 1.311517.60060.812535.20034. 458 NDND1.7850.4640.000 5/6/06 12:00 27-5 13942 1.383 517.600 56.396 535. 200 33.668 ND ND 1.650 0.452 0.000 5/6/06 18:00 27-6 13943 1.523516.80050.660535.20031. 674 NDND1.4740.4220.000 5/7/06 0:00 27-7 13944 1.726517.60058.077535.20033. 787 NDND1.6910.4490.000 5/7/06 6:00 27-8 13945 1.479 517.600 54.589 535. 200 32.238 ND ND 1.593 0.431 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 104 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) A Y73 W avelen (MEAS) A Y73 Intens (MEAS) A R87 W avelen (MEAS) A R87 Intens (MEAS) A R92 W avelen (MEAS) A R92 Intens (MEAS) A Y73 PPB (CALC) A R87 PPB (CALC) A R92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/7/06 12:00 27-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/7/06 18:00 27-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/8/06 0:00 27-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/8/06 6:00 27-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/8/06 12:00 27-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/8/06 18:00 27-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 0:00 27-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 6:00 27-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/9/06 12:00 28-1 14368 1.172 519.200 46.970 535. 200 31.609 ND ND 1.374 0.426 0.000 5/9/06 18:00 28-2 14369 1.546517.60042.280535.20025. 462 NDND1.2220.3350.000 5/10/06 0:00 28-3 14370 1.198517.60048.605535.20028. 396 NDND1.4220.3810.000 5/10/06 6:00 28-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/10/06 12:00 28-5 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/10/06 18:00 28-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/11/06 0:00 28-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/11/06 6:00 28-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/11/06 12:00 28-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/11/06 18:00 28-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/12/06 0:00 28-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/12/06 6:00 28-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/12/06 12:00 28-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/12/06 18:00 28-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/13/06 0:00 28-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/13/06 6:00 28-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/13/06 10:55 29-1 14371 1.266 517.600 49.048 535. 200 29.895 ND ND 1.433 0.401 0.000 5/13/06 12:00 29-2 14372 1.402516.80049.875535.20029. 665 NDND1.4540.3960.000 5/13/06 18:00 29-3 14373 1.614517.60045.992535.20027. 337 NDND1.3310.3600.000 5/14/06 0:00 29-4 14374 1.653518.40047.523535.20028. 884 NDND1.3760.3810.000 5/14/06 6:00 29-5 14375 2.166 517.600 49.397 535. 200 31.321 ND ND 1.417 0.408 0.000 5/14/06 12:00 29-6 14376 1.424517.60053.030535.20033. 450 NDND1.5480.4480.000 5/14/06 18:00 29-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/15/06 0:00 29-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/15/06 6:00 29-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/15/06 12:00 29-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/15/06 18:00 29-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/16/06 0:00 29-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/16/06 6:00 29-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/16/06 12:00 29-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/16/06 18:00 29-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/17/06 0:00 29-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 105 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/17/06 6:00 29-17 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/17/06 12:00 29-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/17/06 18:00 29-19 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/18/06 0:00 29-20 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/18/06 6:00 29-21 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/18/06 12:00 30-1 14238 1.096516.80045.031535.20025. 077 NDND1.3180.3360.000 5/18/06 18:00 30-2 14239 1.481517.60045.525535.20024. 425 NDND1.3210.3210.000 5/19/06 0:00 30-3 14240 1.680518.40048.779535.20028. 275 NDND1.4130.3720.000 5/19/06 6:00 30-4 14241 1.303 518.400 47.094 535. 200 26.199 ND ND 1.374 0.349 0.000 5/19/06 12:00 30-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/19/06 18:00 30-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 0:00 30-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 6:00 30-8 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/20/06 12:00 30-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 18:00 30-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 0:00 30-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 6:00 30-12 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/21/06 12:00 30-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 18:00 30-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 0:00 30-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 6:00 30-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/22/06 12:00 30-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 18:00 30-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 0:00 30-19 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 6:00 30-20 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/23/06 12:00 31-1 14377 1.258516.00039.324535.20022. 020 NDND1.1420.2910.000 5/23/06 18:00 31-2 14378 1.293516.80032.344535.20018. 073 NDND0.9320.2350.000 5/24/06 0:00 31-3 14379 1.342517.60036.408535.20019. 012 NDND1.0520.2470.000 5/24/06 6:00 31-4 14380 1.396 517.600 36.186 535. 200 19.812 ND ND 1.044 0.258 0.000 5/24/06 12:00 31-5 14381 1.450516.80031.493535.20016. 829 NDND0.9010.2150.000 5/24/06 18:00 31-6 14382 1.514516.80030.708535.20015. 015 NDND0.8760.1890.000 5/25/06 0:00 31-7 14383 1.468517.60033.316535.20017. 780 NDND0.9550.2280.000 5/25/06 6:00 31-8 14384 1.519 519.200 32.478 535. 200 18.858 ND ND 0.929 0.243 0.000 5/25/06 12:00 31-9 14385 1.513516.80029.374535.20016. 399 NDND0.8360.2080.000 5/25/06 18:00 31-10 14386 1.770516.00029.242535.20016. 308 NDND0.8240.2040.000 5/25/06 6:00 31-11 14387 1.613516.80032.057535.20017. 782 NDND0.9130.2260.000 5/25/06 12:00 31-12 14388 1.801 517.600 32.317 535. 200 17.629 ND ND 0.915 0.222 0.000 5/25/06 18:00 31-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/26/06 0:00 31-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/26/06 6:00 31-15 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 106 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/26/06 12:00 32-1 14453 1.664 517.600 40.609 535. 200 23.190 ND ND 1.168 0.301 0.000 5/26/06 18:00 32-2 14454 1.494517.60035.076535.20021. 045 NDND1.0070.2740.000 5/27/06 0:00 32-3 14455 1.715518.40038.868535.20022. 323 NDND1.1150.2890.000 5/27/06 6:00 32-4 14456 1.897516.80039.416535.20021. 197 NDND1.1260.2700.000 5/27/06 12:00 32-5 14457 1.447 516.800 34.677 535. 200 20.300 ND ND 0.997 0.264 0.000 5/27/06 18:00 32-6 14458 1.448516.80028.752535.20016. 927 NDND0.8190.2170.000 5/28/06 0:00 32-7 14459 1.474518.40034.008535.20019. 508 NDND0.9760.2520.000 5/28/06 6:00 32-8 14460 1.421516.80033.366535.20018. 263 NDND0.9580.2360.000 5/28/06 12:00 32-9 14461 1.758 516.800 31.814 535. 200 16.436 ND ND 0.902 0.205 0.000 5/28/06 18:00 32-10 14462 2.330517.60029.326535.20016. 994 NDND0.8100.2050.000 5/29/06 0:00 32-11 14463 1.959517.60032.848535.20018. 771 NDND0.9270.2350.000 5/29/06 6:00 32-12 14464 1.728518.40030.331535.20017. 275 NDND0.8580.2180.000 5/29/06 12:00 32-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/29/06 18:00 32-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 0:00 32-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 6:00 32-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 12:00 33-1 15486 3.937 524.800 11.448 549. 600 21.400 555.200 20.691 0.225 0.244 0.235 5/30/06 18:00 33-2 15487 5.053524.80012.250549. 60021.554 555.20020.793 0.2160.2310.220 5/31/06 0:00 33-3 15488 3.668524.80012.727548. 80024.246 555.20022.994 0.2720.2880.271 5/31/06 6:00 33-4 15489 3.369524.80012.295549. 60023.766 555.20022.817 0.2680.2860.272 5/31/06 12:00 33-5 15490 4.015 524.800 11.729 548. 800 21.995 555.200 21.051 0.231 0.252 0.239 5/31/06 18:00 33-6 15491 6.582524.80013.889546. 40022.071 555.20020.853 0.2190.2170.200 6/1/06 0:00 33-7 15492 4.804524.80012.638548. 00022.798 555.20021.857 0.2350.2520.239 6/1/06 6:00 33-8 15493 4.636524.80012.713547. 20022.143 555.20021.028 0.2420.2450.229 6/1/06 12:00 33-9 15494 8.761 524.800 16.029 549. 600 25.342 555.200 24.488 0.218 0.232 0.220 6/1/06 18:00 33-10 15495 7.698524.80015.430549. 60024.315 555.20023.532 0.2320.2330.222 6/2/06 0:00 33-11 15496 3.626524.80011.594548. 00021.303 555.20020.230 0.2390.2470.232 6/2/06 6:00 33-12 15497 4.040524.80012.745547. 20023.433 555.20022.149 0.2610.2720.254 6/2/06 12:00 33-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 6/2/06 18:00 33-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 0:00 33-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 6:00 33-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 12:00 32a-1 15369 4.412 524.800 11.057 548. 800 20.769 ND ND 0.199 0.229 0.000 6/3/06 18:00 32a-2 15370 5.024524.80013.098549.60025. 980 NDND0.2420.2930.000 6/4/06 0:00 32a-3 15371 4.061524.80013.769549.60027. 911 NDND0.2910.3340.000 6/4/06 6:00 32a-4 15372 2.918524.80012.995549.60026. 235 NDND0.3020.3260.000 6/4/06 12:00 32a-5 15373 6.764 524.800 15.248 547. 200 25.851 ND ND 0.255 0.267 0.000 6/4/06 18:00 32a-6 15374 3.839524.80012.176549.60023. 477 NDND0.2500.2750.000 6/5/06 0:00 32a-7 15375 3.316524.80012.935549.60026. 964 NDND0.2890.3310.000 6/5/06 6:00 32a-8 15376 5.851 524.800 14.481 547. 200 25.269 ND ND 0.259 0.272 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 107 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 6/5/06 12:00 32a-9 15377 3.480 524.80012.159 548. 80023.791 ND ND 0.260 0.284 0.000 6/5/06 18:00 32a-10 15378 4.162524.80012.718549.60023. 867 NDND0.2570.2760.000 6/6/06 0:00 32a-11 15379 6.121524.80015.037549.60026. 385 NDND0.2670.2840.000 6/6/06 6:00 32a-12 15380 4.636524.80013.897549.60026. 635 NDND0.2780.3080.000 6/6/06 12:00 33a-1 15381 3.967 524.80011.724 549. 60022.352 ND ND 0.233 0.257 0.000 6/6/06 18:00 33a-2 15382 3.556524.80011.533549.60022. 081 NDND0.2390.2590.000 6/7/06 0:00 33a-3 15383 4.747524.80013.356549.60024. 240 NDND0.2580.2730.000 6/7/06 6:00 33a-4 15384 3.899524.80013.240548.80025. 095 NDND0.2800.2970.000 6/7/06 12:00 33a-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/7/06 18:00 33a-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 0:00 33a-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 6:00 33a-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/8/06 12:00 33a-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/8/06 18:00 33a-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 0:00 33a-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 6:00 33a-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 12:00 34a-1 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/9/06 18:00 34a-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 0:00 34a-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 6:00 34a-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/10/06 12:00 34a-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/10/06 18:00 34a-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 0:00 34a-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 6:00 34a-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/11/06 12:00 34a-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/11/06 18:00 34a-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 0:00 34a-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 6:00 34a-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/12/06 12:00 34a-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/12/06 18:00 34a-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 0:00 34a-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 6:00 34a-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/13/06 12:00 34a-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/13/06 18:00 34a-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 0:00 34a-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 6:00 34a-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/14/06 12:00 34a-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/14/06 18:00 35-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/15/06 0:00 35-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/15/06 6:00 35-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 108 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/15/06 12:00 35-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/15/06 18:00 35-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/16/06 0:00 35-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/16/06 6:00 35-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN /A N/ A N/ A 6/16/06 12:00 36-1 15414 3.742 524.80010.788 549. 60024.138 556.00024.899 0.211 0.286 0.296 6/16/06 18:00 36-2 15415 3. 216524.800 9.439549.60018.856 555.20018.2290. 1870.2190.210 6/17/06 0:00 36-3 15416 9.119524.80016.207549. 60025.145 555.20024.535 0.2130.2240.216 6/17/06 6:00 36-4 15417 4.263524.80010.588549. 60018.686 555.20017.999 0.1900.2020.192 6/17/06 12:00 36-5 15418 3.516 524.80010.294 549. 60019.782 555.20019.337 0.203 0.228 0.221 6/17/06 18:00 36-6 15419 4.145524.80010.550549. 60019.082 555.20018.350 0.1920.2090.199 6/18/06 0:00 36-7 15420 8.406524.80015.915549. 60026.155 555.20025.855 0.2250.2480.244 6/18/06 6:00 36-8 15421 4.346524.80011.687549. 60022.413 555.20021.840 0.2200.2530.245 6/18/06 12:00 36-9 15422 4.310 524.80010.998 548. 00019.287 555.20018.237 0.201 0.210 0.195 6/18/06 18:00 36-10 15423 4.008524.80010.859549. 60019.762 555.20018.980 0.2060.2210.210 6/19/06 0:00 36-11 15424 5.420524.80012.919548. 00022.191 555.20021.210 0.2250.2350.221 6/19/06 6:00 36-12 15425 3.645524.80011.479548. 00020.973 555.20019.742 0.2350.2430.225 6/19/06 12:00 36-13 15426 5.207 524.80011.835 548. 80020.074 555.20019.192 0.199 0.208 0.196 6/19/06 18:00 36-14 15427 3.019524.80010.553548. 80020.631 555.20019.633 0.2260.2470.233 6/20/06 0:00 36-15 15427 3.019524.80010.553548. 80020.631 555.20019.633 0.2260.2470.233 6/20/06 6:00 36-16 15428 5.847524.80013.682548. 00022.486 555.20021.385 0.2350.2330.218 6/20/06 12:00 36-17 15429 4.939 524.80011.200 547. 20019.010 555.20018.105 0.188 0.197 0.184 6/20/06 18:00 37-1 15097 4.204524.80011.297548. 00020.004 555.20018.823 0.2130.2210.205 6/21/06 0:00 37-2 15098 5.005524.80011.947547. 20020.576 555.20019.463 0.2080.2180.202 6/21/06 6:00 37-3 15099 3.107524.80011.023548.00021. 129 NDND0.2370.2520.000 6/21/06 12:00 37-4 15100 4.884 524.80012.354 547. 20021.176 555.200 19.946 0.224 0.228 0.211 6/21/06 18:00 37-5 15101 4.232524.80010.692547. 20018.236 555.20017.193 0.1940.1960.181 6/22/06 0:00 37-6 15102 2.902524.80010.407549. 60021.408 555.20020.877 0.2250.2590.252 6/22/06 6:00 37-7 15103 3.853524.80011.252548. 00020.989 555.20020.064 0.2220.2400.227 6/22/06 12:00 37-8 15104 4.200 524.80011.437 548. 00020.262 ND ND 0.217 0.225 0.000 6/22/06 18:00 37-9 15105 3.007524.8009.275548. 00016.946 555.20016.055 0.1880.1950.183 6/23/06 0:00 37-10 15106 4.330524.80011.892548. 00021.098 555.20019.841 0.2270.2350.217 6/23/06 6:00 37-11 15107 3.951524.80011.426547. 20020.687 555.20019.404 0.2240.2340.216 6/23/06 12:00 37-12 15108 10.575 510.40016.119 535. 20014.474 555.200 13.707 0.166 0.055 0.044 6/23/06 18:00 38-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/24/06 0:00 38-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/24/06 6:00 38-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/24/06 12:00 38-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/24/06 18:00 38-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/25/06 0:00 38-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/25/06 6:00 38-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 111 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 7/30/06 12:00 43-11 15248 3.148 524.800 8.737 549. 600 15.698 555.200 15.096 0.168 0.176 0.167 7/31/06 0:00 43-12 15249 3.042524.8008.574548. 80015.673 555.20014.997 0.1660.1770.167 7/31/06 12:00 43-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 0:00 43-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 12:00 44-1 17537 0.167 513.6001.427 535. 2000.536 ND ND 0.038 0.005 0.000 8/2/06 0:00 44-2 17538 0.136514.4001.645535.2000. 670 NDND0.0450.0070.000 8/2/06 12:00 44-3 17539 0.104513.6001.472535.2000. 475 NDND0.0410.0050.000 8/3/06 0:00 44-4 17540 0.243515.2001.595535.2000. 710 NDND0.0410.0070.000 8/3/06 12:00 44-5 17541 0.116 512.8001.453 535. 2000.405 ND ND 0.040 0.004 0.000 8/4/06 0:00 44-6 17542 0.267515.2001.562536.0000. 668 NDND0.0390.0060.000 8/4/06 12:00 44-7 17543 0.441514.4001.873535.2001. 041 NDND0.0430.0080.000 8/5/06 0:00 44-8 17544 0.207512.0001.656535.2000. 586 NDND0.0430.0050.000 8/5/06 12:00 44-9 17545 0.244 512.8001.551 535. 2000.650 ND ND 0.039 0.006 0.000 8/6/06 0:00 44-10 17546 0.144515.2001.528535.2000. 547 NDND0.0420.0060.000 8/6/06 12:00 44-11 17547 0.133514.4001.494535.2000. 551 NDND0.0410.0060.000 8/7/06 0:00 44-12 17548 0.168513.6001.440535.2000. 550 NDND0.0380.0050.000 8/7/06 12:00 44-13 17549 0.120 513.6001.474 535. 2000.562 ND ND 0.041 0.006 0.000 8/8/06 0:00 44-14 17550 0.184513.6001.088535.2000. 465 NDND0.0270.0040.000 8/8/06 12:00 44-15 17551 0.149513.6001.490535.2000. 621 NDND0.0400.0070.000 8/9/06 0:00 44-16 17552 0.204513.6001.455535.2000. 585 NDND0.0380.0050.000 8/9/06 12:00 44-17 17553 0.145 515.2001.436 535. 2000.541 ND ND 0.039 0.006 0.000 8/10/06 0:00 44-18 17554 0.181514.4001.426535.2000. 585 NDND0.0370.0060.000 8/10/06 12:00 45-1 16523 1.788513.60012.407535.2004. 464 NDND0.3190.0370.000 8/11/06 0:00 45-2 16524 1.600513.60012.457535.2004. 385 NDND0.3260.0390.000 8/11/06 12:00 45-3 16525 1.394 512.80011.914 535. 2004.085 ND ND 0.316 0.038 0.000 8/12/06 0:00 45-4 16528 1.426513.60011.120535.2003. 763 NDND0.2910.0330.000 8/12/06 12:00 45-5 16526 1.120513.6009.665535.2003. 247 NDND0.2560.0300.000 8/13/06 0:00 45-6 16527 1.560514.40011.151535.2004. 506 NDND0.2880.0410.000 8/13/06 12:00 45-7 16529 1.196 513.6009.739 535. 2003.446 ND ND 0.256 0.032 0.000 8/14/06 0:00 45-8 16530 1.479514.4009.517535.2003. 791 NDND0.2410.0320.000 8/14/06 12:00 45-9 16531 1.075513.6009.040535.2002. 992 NDND0.2390.0270.000 8/15/06 0:00 45-10 16532 1.569514.4009.377535.2003. 932 NDND0.2340.0330.000 8/15/06 12:00 45-11 16533 1.587 513.6009.223 535. 2003.762 ND ND 0.229 0.030 0.000 8/16/06 0:00 45-12 16534 1.046514.4007.597535.2002. 917 NDND0.1970.0260.000 8/16/06 12:00 45-13 16535 1.383514.4008.496535.2003. 707 NDND0.2130.0330.000 8/17/06 0:00 45-14 16536 1.051513.6006.836535.2002. 614 NDND0.1740.0220.000 8/17/06 12:00 45-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/18/06 0:00 45-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/18/06 12:00 45-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/19/06 0:00 45-18 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 112 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 8/19/06 12:00 45-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/20/06 0:00 45-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/20/06 12:00 45-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 0:00 45-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 12:00 46-1 16728 2.256 512.80014.799 535. 2005.571 ND ND 0.376 0.046 0.000 8/22/06 0:00 46-2 16729 1.846511.20017.519535.2006. 121 NDND0.4700.0600.000 8/22/06 12:00 46-3 16730 0.841512.8009.797535.2003. 348 NDND0.2690.0350.000 8/23/06 0:00 46-4 16731 0.821512.8009.554535.2003. 396 NDND0.2620.0360.000 8/23/06 12:00 46-5 16732 1.252 513.6009.590 535. 2004.023 ND ND 0.250 0.039 0.000 8/24/06 0:00 46-6 16733 1.318513.6008.594535.2003. 180 NDND0.2180.0260.000 8/24/06 12:00 46-7 16734 0.964512.8007.460535.2002. 436 NDND0.1950.0210.000 8/25/06 0:00 46-8 16735 1.753516.8005.770536.0005. 585 NDND0.1210.0540.000 8/25/06 12:00 46-9 16736 0.899 511.20014.020 535. 2003.726 ND ND 0.394 0.040 0.000 8/26/06 0:00 46-10 16737 1.526512.8007.961535.2003. 116 NDND0.1930.0220.000 8/26/06 12:00 46-11 16738 1.805512.8008.349535.2003. 534 NDND0.1960.0240.000 8/27/06 0:00 46-12 16739 0.991512.0008.674535.2003. 023 NDND0.2300.0280.000 8/27/06 12:00 46-13 16740 1.306 514.4008.256 535. 2004.422 ND ND 0.209 0.044 0.000 8/28/06 0:00 46-14 16741 0.990512.8007.002535.2002. 410 NDND0.1800.0200.000 8/28/06 12:00 46-15 16742 1.003512.8009.260535.2003. 427 NDND0.2480.0340.000 8/29/06 0:00 46-16 16743 0.924512.8006.646535.2002. 972 NDND0.1720.0290.000 8/29/06 12:00 46-17 16744 0.688 514.4006.347 535. 2002.263 ND ND 0.170 0.022 0.000 8/30/06 0:00 46-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/30/06 12:00 47-1 17198 0.052514.4000.743535.2000. 222 NDND0.0210.0020.000 8/31/06 0:00 47-2 17199 0.079514.4000.716535.2000. 245 NDND0.0190.0020.000 8/31/06 12:00 47-3 17200 0.042 512.000 0.740 535. 200 0.183 ND ND 0.021 0.002 0.000 9/1/06 0:00 47-4 17201 0.050512.0000.670535.2000. 187 NDND0.0190.0020.000 9/1/06 12:00 47-5 17202 0.093515.2000.808535.2000. 266 NDND0.0210.0020.000 9/2/06 0:00 47-6 17203 0.057513.6000.699535.2000. 330 NDND0.0190.0040.000 9/2/06 12:00 47-7 17204 0.063 512.000 0.917 535. 200 0.334 ND ND 0.026 0.004 0.000 9/3/06 0:00 47-8 17205 0.081514.4000.781535.2000. 362 NDND0.0210.0040.000 9/3/06 12:00 47-9 17206 0.042513.6000.816535.2000. 199 NDND0.0230.0020.000 9/4/06 0:00 47-10 17207 0.043514.4000.783535.2000. 249 NDND0.0220.0030.000 9/4/06 12:00 47-11 17208 0.059 514.400 0.767 535. 200 0.239 ND ND 0.021 0.003 0.000 9/5/06 0:00 47-12 17209 0.021515.2000.768535.2000. 239 NDND0.0220.0030.000 9/5/06 12:00 47-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N /A N/ A 9/6/06 0:00 47-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/6/06 12:00 48-1 17210 0.050 514.400 0.745 535. 200 0.261 ND ND 0.021 0.003 0.000 9/7/06 0:00 48-2 17211 0.080513.6000.749535.2000. 305 NDND0.0200.0030.000 9/7/06 12:00 48-3 17212 0.101511.2000.725535.2000. 245 NDND0.0190.0020.000 9/8/06 0:00 48-4 17213 0.104 515.200 0.543 535. 200 0.281 ND ND 0.013 0.002 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 113 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 9/8/06 12:00 48-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/9/06 0:00 48-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/9/06 12:00 48-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/10/06 0:00 48-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/10/06 12:00 48-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/11/06 0:00 48-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/11/06 12:00 48-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/12/06 0:00 48-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/12/06 12:00 48-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/13/06 0:00 48-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/13/06 12:00 48-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/14/06 0:00 48-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/14/06 12:00 48-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/15/06 0:00 48-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/15/06 12:00 48-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/16/06 0:00 48-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/16/06 12:00 48-21 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/17/06 0:00 48-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/17/06 12:00 48-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/18/06 0:00 48-24 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/18/06 12:00 49-1 17919 0.092 514.400 1.040 535. 200 0.378 ND ND 0.028 0.004 0.000 9/19/06 0:00 49-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/19/06 12:00 49-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/20/06 0:00 49-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/20/06 12:00 49-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/21/06 0:00 49-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 12:00 49-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 0:00 49-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 12:00 49-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/23/06 0:00 49-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 12:00 49-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 0:00 49-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 12:00 49-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/25/06 0:00 49-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 12:00 49-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 0:00 49-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 12:00 49-17 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/27/06 0:00 49-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 12:00 49-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 0:00 49-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 114 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 9/28/06 12:00 50-2 17894 0. 360 512.800 1.743 535.200 0.895 ND ND 0.041 0.007 0.000 9/29/06 0:00 50-3 17895 0.203512.8001.447535. 2000.571 NDND0.0370.0050.000 9/29/06 12:00 50-4 17896 0.358512.0001.798535. 2000.947 NDND0.0430.0080.000 9/30/06 0:00 50-5 17897 0.307513.6001.486535. 2000.730 NDND0.0350.0060.000 9/30/06 12:00 50-6 17898 0. 236 514.400 1.338 535.200 0.631 ND ND 0.033 0.006 0.000 10/1/06 0:00 50-7 17899 0.097513.6001.088535. 2000.376 NDND0.0300.0040.000 10/1/06 12:00 50-8 17900 0.114513.6001.255535. 2000.397 NDND0.0340.0040.000 10/2/06 0:00 50-9 17901 0.140514.4001.076535. 2000.417 NDND0.0280.0040.000 10/2/06 12:00 50-10 17902 0. 128 513.600 1.175 535.200 0.456 ND ND 0.031 0.005 0.000 10/3/06 0:00 50-11 17903 0.138514.4001.157535. 2000.438 NDND0.0310.0040.000 10/3/06 12:00 50-12 17904 0.112513.6001.257535. 2000.438 NDND0.0340.0050.000 10/4/06 0:00 50-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/4/06 12:00 50-14 17905 0.123 514.400 1.102 535. 200 0.415 ND ND 0.029 0.004 0.000 10/5/06 0:00 50-15 17906 0.125514.4001.061535.2000. 379 NDND0.0280.0040.000 10/5/06 12:00 50-16 17907 0.164513.6001.238535.2000. 490 NDND0.0320.0050.000 10/6/06 0:00 50-17 17908 0.145513.6001.097535.2000. 481 NDND0.0290.0050.000 10/6/06 12:00 50-18 17909 0.204 512.800 1.223 535. 200 0.578 ND ND 0.031 0.005 0.000 10/7/06 0:00 50-19 17910 0.115515.2001.010535.2000. 357 NDND0.0270.0030.000 10/7/06 12:00 50-20 17911 0.137512.8001.033535.2000. 453 NDND0.0270.0040.000 10/8/06 0:00 50-21 17912 0.126512.0000.922535.2000. 384 NDND0.0240.0040.000 10/8/06 12:00 50-22 17913 0.128 514.400 1.027 535. 200 0.389 ND ND 0.027 0.004 0.000 10/9/06 0:00 50-23 17914 0.142514.4001.012535.2000. 407 NDND0.0260.0040.000 10/9/06 12:00 50-24 17915 0.183512.8001.024535.2000. 473 NDND0.0250.0040.000 10/10/06 12:00 51-1 16869 0.384513.6002. 372535.2000.984 NDND 0.0600.0080.000 10/11/06 0:00 51-2 16870 0. 492 513.600 2.553 535.200 1.131 ND ND 0.062 0.009 0.000 10/11/06 12:00 51-3 16871 0.321516.8002. 427535.2001.136 NDND 0.0630.0110.000 10/12/06 0:00 51-4 16872 0.463513.6002.369535.2001. 149 NDND0.0570.0100.000 10/12/06 12:00 51-5 16873 0.375515.2001. 838535.2000.868 NDND 0.0440.0070.000 10/13/06 0:00 51-6 16874 0. 258 513.600 1.858 535.200 0.738 ND ND 0.048 0.007 0.000 10/13/06 12:00 51-7 16875 0.420512.8002. 295535.2001.353 NDND 0.0560.0130.000 10/14/06 0:00 51-8 16876 0.275515.2001.840535.2000. 872 NDND0.0470.0080.000 10/14/06 12:00 51-9 16877 0.278514.4001. 751535.2000.786 NDND 0.0440.0070.000 10/15/06 0:00 51-10 16878 0. 318 511.200 1.972 535.200 0.832 ND ND 0.050 0.007 0.000 10/15/06 12:00 51-11 16879 0.281513.6001. 638535.2000.714 NDND 0.0410.0060.000 10/16/06 0:00 51-12 16880 0.291515.2001.677535.2000. 728 NDND0.0420.0060.000 10/16/06 12:00 51-13 16881 0.278513.6001. 672535.2000.708 NDND 0.0420.0060.000 10/17/06 0:00 51-14 16882 0. 243 514.400 1.618 535.200 0.704 ND ND 0.041 0.006 0.000 10/17/06 12:00 51-15 16883 0.531513.6002. 147535.2001.285 NDND 0.0480.0110.000 10/18/06 0:00 51-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/18/06 12:00 52-1 16851 0. 556 512.800 3.898 535.200 2.257 ND ND 0.100 0.024 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 115 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 10/19/06 0:00 52-2 16852 0. 567 514.4003.233 535.2001.399 ND ND 0.080 0.012 0.000 10/19/06 12:00 52-3 16853 0.966514.4003. 679535.2002.239 NDND 0.0810.0180.000 10/20/06 0:00 52-4 16854 0.603514.4003.166535.2001. 485 NDND0.0770.0120.000 10/20/06 12:00 52-5 16855 0.770513.6003. 366535.2001.767 NDND 0.0780.0140.000 10/21/06 0:00 52-6 16856 0. 661 514.4003.406 535.2002.034 ND ND 0.082 0.019 0.000 10/21/06 12:00 52-7 16857 0.677514.4003. 060535.2001.585 NDND 0.0710.0130.000 10/22/06 0:00 52-8 16858 0.384514.4002.557535.2001. 100 NDND0.0650.0100.000 10/22/06 12:00 52-9 16859 0.649513.6002. 931535.2001.433 NDND 0.0680.0110.000 10/23/06 0:00 52-10 16860 0. 459 514.4002.474 535.2001.266 ND ND 0.060 0.011 0.000 10/23/06 12:00 52-11 16861 0.425513.6002. 725535.2001.058 NDND 0.0690.0090.000 10/24/06 0:00 52-12 16862 0.395515.2002.609535.2001. 329 NDND0.0660.0130.000 10/24/06 12:00 52-13 16863 0.390512.8002. 380535.2001.033 NDND 0.0600.0090.000 10/25/06 0:00 52-14 16864 0. 367 513.6002.394 535.2001.011 ND ND 0.061 0.009 0.000 10/25/06 12:00 52-15 16865 0.426516.0002. 034535.2000.933 NDND 0.0480.0070.000 10/26/06 0:00 52-16 16866 0.368516.0002.323535.2001. 088 NDND0.0590.0100.000 10/26/06 12:00 52-17 16867 0.415512.8002. 225535.2000.980 NDND 0.0540.0080.000 10/27/06 0:00 52-18 16868 0. 480 512.8002.525 535.2001.069 ND ND 0.061 0.008 0.000 10/27/06 12:00 53-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/28/06 0:00 53-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/28/06 12:00 53-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/29/06 0:00 53-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/29/06 12:00 53-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 0:00 53-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 12:00 53-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/31/06 0:00 53-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/31/06 12:00 53-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 0:00 53-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 12:00 53-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/2/06 0:00 53-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/2/06 12:00 53-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 0:00 53-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 12:00 53-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/4/06 0:00 53-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/4/06 12:00 53-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 0:00 53-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 12:00 53-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/6/06 0:00 53-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/6/06 12:00 53-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/7/06 0:00 54-1 15999 0.902512.8008.022535.2002. 753 NDND0.2140.0260.000 11/7/06 12:00 54-2 16000 2.234 512.000 16.852 535. 200 9.832 ND ND 0.439 0.106 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 116 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11376 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/8/06 0:00 54-3 16001 1.110 514.4009.428 535. 2004.289 ND ND 0.250 0.045 0.000 11/8/06 12:00 54-4 16002 1.173512.8009.445535.2003. 933 NDND0.2480.0390.000 11/9/06 0:00 54-5 16002 1.173512.8009.445535.2003. 933 NDND0.2480.0390.000 11/9/06 12:00 54-6 16004 1.339513.60010.366535.2004. 644 NDND0.2710.0460.000 11/10/06 0:00 54-7 16005 1. 359 514.4008.939 535.2005.165 ND ND 0.227 0.053 0.000 11/10/06 12:00 54-8 16006 1.223513.6008. 503535.2003.326 NDND 0.2180.0290.000 11/11/06 0:00 54-9 16007 1.081513.6008.764535.2003. 682 NDND0.2300.0360.000 11/11/06 12:00 54-10 16008 2.206513.60010. 678535.2006.007 NDND 0.2540.0530.000 11/12/06 0:00 54-11 16009 1. 084 512.8008.658 535.2003.309 ND ND 0.227 0.031 0.000 11/12/06 12:00 54-12 16010 1.428513.6008. 992535.2003.716 NDND 0.2270.0320.000 11/13/06 0:00 54-13 16012 0.862514.4006.744535.2002. 550 NDND0.1760.0240.000 11/13/06 12:00 54-14 16011 1.169514.4007. 854535.2003.804 NDND 0.2010.0370.000 11/14/06 0:00 54-15 16013 0. 922 512.8007.065 535.2003.332 ND ND 0.184 0.034 0.000 11/14/06 12:00 54-16 16014 1.668512.0008. 764535.2004.763 NDND 0.2130.0430.000 11/15/06 0:00 54-17 16015 0.956512.8007.189535.2003. 353 NDND0.1870.0340.000 11/15/06 12:00 54-18 16016 1.574511.20012. 386535.2006.516 NDND 0.3240.0690.000 11/16/06 0:00 54-19 16017 1. 182 512.0008.953 535.2004.179 ND ND 0.233 0.042 0.000 11/16/06 12:00 55-1 15989 0.495515.2003. 429535.2002.255 NDND 0.0880.0250.000 11/17/06 0:00 55-2 15990 2.232512.00014.809535.2007. 697 NDND0.3770.0770.000 11/17/06 12:00 55-3 15991 1.752511.20012. 562535.2006.938 NDND 0.3240.0730.000 11/18/06 0:00 55-4 15992 1. 111 513.6008.628 535.2004.531 ND ND 0.226 0.048 0.000 11/18/06 12:00 55-5 15993 0.905513.6008. 429535.2003.235 NDND 0.2260.0330.000 11/19/06 0:00 55-6 15994 2.300513.60015.330535.2009. 807 NDND0.3910.1050.000 11/19/06 12:00 55-7 15995 2.120512.80012. 079535.2007.728 NDND 0.2990.0790.000 11/20/06 0:00 55-8 15996 0. 975 513.6007.931 535.2003.042 ND ND 0.209 0.029 0.000 11/20/06 12:00 55-9 15997 2.010512.80011. 209535.2006.758 NDND 0.2760.0660.000 11/21/06 0:00 55-10 15998 1. 677 512.8008.972 535.2004.384 ND ND 0.219 0.038 0.000 Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 117 Appendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data. 10.640 524.800 188.766 549.600 256.668 561.600 11.990 5.557 3.504 0.154 Max Min 0.041 510.400 1.086 535.200 0.260 555.200 1.070 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 639 507 507 492 492 45 145 678 678 678 Date Time Field Sampl Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/26/06 16:00 1-2 11427 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/26/06 20:00 1-3 11428 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 0:00 1-4 11429 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 4:00 1-5 11430 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 8:00 1-6 11431 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/27/06 12:00 1-7 11432 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 16:00 1-8 11433 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/27/06 20:00 1-9 11434 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/28/06 0:00 1-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 1/28/06 4:00 1-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/28/06 8:00 1-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/28/06 12:00 1-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/28/06 16:00 1-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 1/28/06 20:00 2-1 11302 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 0:00 2-2 11303 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 4:00 2-3 11304 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 8:00 2-4 11305 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 12:00 2-5 11306 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 16:00 2-6 11307 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/29/06 20:00 2-7 11308 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 0:00 2-8 11309 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/30/06 4:00 2-9 11310 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 8:00 2-10 11311 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 12:00 2-11 11312 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/30/06 16:00 2-12 11313 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/30/06 20:00 2-13 11314 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 0:00 2-14 11315 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 4:00 2-15 11316 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 8:00 2-16 11317 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 1/31/06 12:00 2-17 11318 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 16:00 2-18 11319 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 1/31/06 20:00 2-19 11320 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 0:00 2-20 11321 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 118 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 4:00 2-21 11322 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/1/06 8:00 2-22 11323 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 12:00 2-23 11324 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/1/06 18:00 3-1 11079 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 0:00 3-2 11080 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/2/06 6:00 3-3 11081 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 12:00 3-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/2/06 18:00 3-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/3/06 0:00 3-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 2/3/06 6:00 3-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 2/3/06 12:00 3-8 11082 NDND NDNDND NRND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 18:00 3-9 11083 NDND NDNDND NRND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 0:00 3-10 11084 ND ND ND ND ND NR ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/4/06 6:00 3-11 11085 NDND NDNDND NRND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 12:00 4-1 11379 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.9100.0000.0000.013 2/4/06 18:00 4-2 11380 0.999ND NDNDND NR1.0700.0000.0000.001 2/5/06 0:00 4-3 11381 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.920 0.000 0.000 0.013 2/5/06 6:00 4-4 11382 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.2670.0000.0000.018 2/5/06 12:00 4-5 11383 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.6810.0000.0000.024 2/5/06 18:00 4-6 11384 0.999ND NDNDND NR2.6980.0000.0000.024 2/6/06 0:00 4-7 11385 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.305 0.000 0.000 0.032 2/6/06 6:00 4-8 11386 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.1300.0000.0000.030 2/6/06 12:00 4-9 11387 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.5390.0000.0000.036 2/6/06 18:00 4-10 11388 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.7280.0000.0000.038 2/7/06 0:00 4-11 11389 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.498 0.000 0.000 0.035 2/7/06 6:00 4-12 11390 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.5670.0000.0000.050 2/7/06 12:00 4-13 11391 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.4300.0000.0000.048 2/7/06 18:00 4-14 11392 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.6800.0000.0000.038 2/8/06 0:00 4-15 11393 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.770 0.000 0.000 0.053 2/8/06 6:00 4-16 11394 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.2370.0000.0000.045 2/8/06 12:00 4-17 11395 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.7700.0000.0000.067 2/8/06 18:00 5-1 11650 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.5800.0000.0000.064 2/9/06 0:00 5-2 11651 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.730 0.000 0.000 0.066 2/9/06 6:00 5-3 11652 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.7400.0000.0000.066 2/9/06 12:00 5-4 11653 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.4100.0000.0000.076 2/9/06 18:00 5-5 11654 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.6400.0000.0000.079 2/10/06 0:00 5-6 11655 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.810 0.000 0.000 0.067 2/10/06 6:00 5-7 11656 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.9400.0000.0000.069 2/10/06 12:00 5-8 11657 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.0000.0000.0000.084 2/10/06 18:00 5-9 11658 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.959 0.000 0.000 0.083 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 119 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 0:00 5-10 11659 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.710 0.000 0.000 0.094 2/11/06 6:00 5-11 11660 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.7900.0000.0000.081 2/11/06 12:00 5-12 11661 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.2950.0000.0000.074 2/11/06 18:00 6-1 11901 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.9600.0000.0000.069 2/12/06 0:00 6-2 11902 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.890 0.000 0.000 0.082 2/12/06 6:00 6-3 11903 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.2700.0000.0000.074 2/12/06 12:00 6-4 11904 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.3100.0000.0000.074 2/12/06 18:00 6-5 11905 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.2500.0000.0000.074 2/13/06 0:00 6-6 11906 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.0600.0000.0000.071 2/13/06 6:00 6-7 11907 0.999ND NDNDND NR11.9900.0000.0000.154 2/13/06 12:00 6-8 11908 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.3600.0000.0000.075 2/13/06 18:00 6-9 11909 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.4000.0000.0000.062 2/14/06 0:00 6-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 2/14/06 6:00 6-11 11910 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.2800.0000.0000.060 2/14/06 12:00 6-12 11911 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.5200.0000.0000.063 2/14/06 18:00 6-13 11912 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.4600.0000.0000.062 2/15/06 0:00 6-14 11913 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.560 0.000 0.000 0.092 2/15/06 6:00 6-15 11914 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.9400.0000.0000.083 2/15/06 12:00 6-16 11915 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.9100.0000.0000.097 2/15/06 18:00 7-1 12104 0.999ND NDNDND NR9.4600.0000.0000.118 2/16/06 0:00 7-2 12105 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.000 0.000 0.000 0.098 2/16/06 6:00 7-3 12106 0.999ND NDNDND NR9.5800.0000.0000.120 2/16/06 12:00 7-4 12107 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.2400.0000.0000.087 2/16/06 18:00 7-5 12108 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.3800.0000.0000.089 2/17/06 0:00 7-6 12109 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.480 0.000 0.000 0.091 2/17/06 6:00 7-7 12110 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.6700.0000.0000.093 2/17/06 12:00 7-8 12111 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.2500.0000.0000.088 2/17/06 18:00 7-9 12112 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.8500.0000.0000.068 2/18/06 0:00 7-10 12113 0.999ND NDNDND NR7.2400.0000.0000.087 2/18/06 6:00 7-11 12114 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.3600.0000.0000.061 2/18/06 12:00 8-1 12036 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.9100.0000.0000.069 2/18/06 18:00 8-2 12037 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.5200.0000.0000.063 2/19/06 0:00 8-3 12038 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.940 0.000 0.000 0.069 2/19/06 6:00 8-4 12039 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.9000.0000.0000.041 2/19/06 12:00 8-5 12040 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.5700.0000.0000.064 2/19/06 18:00 8-6 12041 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.4900.0000.0000.049 2/20/06 0:00 8-7 12042 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.810 0.000 0.000 0.067 2/20/06 6:00 8-8 12043 0.999ND NDNDND NR6.5100.0000.0000.077 2/20/06 12:00 8-9 12044 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.4600.0000.0000.048 2/20/06 18:00 8-10 12045 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.400 0.000 0.000 0.062 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 120 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/21/06 0:00 8-11 12046 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.290 0.000 0.000 0.046 2/21/06 6:00 8-12 12047 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.0500.0000.0000.043 2/21/06 12:00 8-13 12048 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.9600.0000.0000.069 2/21/06 18:00 8-14 12049 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.0200.0000.0000.042 2/22/06 0:00 8-15 12050 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.810 0.000 0.000 0.067 2/22/06 6:00 8-16 12051 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.0200.0000.0000.056 2/22/06 12:00 8-17 12052 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.0900.0000.0000.029 2/22/06 18:00 9-1 12235 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.8100.0000.0000.053 2/23/06 0:00 9-2 12236 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.220 0.000 0.000 0.059 2/23/06 6:00 9-3 12237 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.6300.0000.0000.051 2/23/06 12:00 9-4 12238 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.0300.0000.0000.042 2/23/06 18:00 9-5 12239 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.4900.0000.0000.049 2/24/06 0:00 9-6 12240 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.010 0.000 0.000 0.042 2/25/06 6:00 9-7 12241 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.0400.0000.0000.043 2/25/06 12:00 9-8 12242 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.2200.0000.0000.031 2/25/06 18:00 9-9 12243 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.4300.0000.0000.034 2/27/06 0:00 9-10 12244 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.500 0.000 0.000 0.049 2/27/06 6:00 9-11 12245 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.7200.0000.0000.038 2/27/06 12:00 9-12 12246 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.5500.0000.0000.050 2/27/06 18:00 10-1 12263 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.7100.0000.0000.052 3/1/06 0:00 10-2 12264 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.250 0.000 0.000 0.046 3/1/06 6:00 10-3 12265 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.5300.0000.0000.035 3/1/06 12:00 10-4 12266 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.5300.0000.0000.049 3/1/06 18:00 10-5 12267 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.6800.0000.0000.038 3/3/06 0:00 10-6 12268 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.080 0.000 0.000 0.043 3/3/06 6:00 10-7 12269 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.2100.0000.0000.045 3/3/06 12:00 10-8 12270 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.6400.0000.0000.037 3/3/06 18:00 10-9 12271 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.5700.0000.0000.036 3/5/06 0:00 10-10 12272 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.820 0.000 0.000 0.025 3/5/06 6:00 10-11 12273 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.1500.0000.0000.030 3/5/06 12:00 10-12 12274 0.999ND NDNDND NR4.1400.0000.0000.044 3/5/06 18:00 10-13 12275 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.8500.0000.0000.040 3/7/06 0:00 10-14 12276 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 4.370 0.000 0.000 0.047 3/7/06 6:00 10-15 12277 0.999ND NDNDND NR3.4400.0000.0000.034 3/7/06 12:00 10-16 12278 0.999ND NDNDND NR5.4800.0000.0000.063 3/7/06 18:00 11-1 12419 0.938NDND NDND 555.2002.574 0.0000.0000.023 3/8/06 0:00 11-2 12420 0.853 ND ND ND ND 556.000 3. 997 0.000 0.000 0.044 3/8/06 6:00 11-3 12421 1.075NDND NDND 560.0004.826 0.0000.0000.053 3/8/06 12:00 11-4 12422 0.826NDND NDND 556.0004.509 0.0000.0000.052 3/8/06 18:00 11-5 12423 1.104 ND ND ND ND 560.000 5. 141 0.000 0.000 0.057 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 121 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/9/06 0:00 11-6 12424 0.993 ND ND ND ND 558.400 5. 831 0.000 0.000 0.068 3/9/06 6:00 11-7 12425 0.964NDND NDND 558.4004.296 0.0000.0000.047 3/9/06 12:00 11-8 12426 1.053NDND NDND 559.2004.761 0.0000.0000.052 3/9/06 18:00 11-9 12427 1.276NDND NDND 558.4005.862 0.0000.0000.064 3/10/06 0:00 11-10 12428 1.074 ND ND ND ND 558.400 4. 314 0.000 0.000 0.045 3/10/06 6:00 11-11 12429 1.156NDND NDND 556.8006.187 0.0000.0000.070 3/10/06 12:00 11-12 12430 0.860NDND NDND 560.0004.662 0.0000.0000.053 3/10/06 18:00 11-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/11/06 0:00 11-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/11/06 6:00 11-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/11/06 12:00 12-1 12528 0.922NDND NDND 557.6003.743 0.0000.0000.039 3/11/06 18:00 12-2 12529 0.904NDND NDND 561.6003.278 0.0000.0000.033 3/12/06 0:00 12-3 12530 2.845 ND ND ND ND 556.000 4. 1450.000 0.000 0.018 3/12/06 6:00 12-4 12531 0.939NDND NDND 555.2003.427 0.0000.0000.035 3/12/06 12:00 12-5 12532 1.184NDND NDND 560.8003.804 0.0000.0000.037 3/12/06 18:00 12-6 12533 1.008510.4006.729NDND 560. 8003.7830.1720.0000.039 3/13/06 0:00 12-7 12534 1.096 ND ND ND ND 560.800 3. 8350.000 0.000 0.038 3/13/06 6:00 12-8 12535 0.975NDND NDND 561.6003.584 0.0000.0000.037 3/13/06 12:00 12-9 12536 0.970NDND NDND 558.4003.562 0.0000.0000.036 3/13/06 18:00 12-10 12537 1.073NDND NDND 559.2004.385 0.0000.0000.046 3/14/06 0:00 12-11 12538 0.894 511.2005.675 ND ND 560.800 3.3940. 143 0.000 0.035 3/14/06 6:00 12-12 12539 1.047NDND NDND 555.2003.261 0.0000.0000.031 3/14/06 12:00 12-13 12540 0.924NDND NDND 555.2004.110 0.0000.0000.045 3/14/06 18:00 12-14 12541 1.056510.4007.995NDND 556. 0004.7680.2080.0000.052 3/15/06 0:00 12-15 12542 1.320 510.4007.350 ND ND 557.600 4.0950. 181 0.000 0.039 3/15/06 6:00 12-16 12543 1.349NDND NDND 557.6004.607 0.0000.0000.046 3/15/06 12:00 12-17 12544 1.308NDND NDND 557.6004.906 0.0000.0000.050 3/15/06 18:00 13-1 12545 1.497NDND NDND 557.6004.838 0.0000.0000.047 3/16/06 0:00 13-2 12546 1.402 ND ND ND ND 560.000 4. 7450.000 0.000 0.047 3/16/06 6:00 13-3 12547 0.897NDND NDND 558.4004.442 0.0000.0000.050 3/16/06 12:00 13-4 12548 1.255NDND NDND 556.0005.371 0.0000.0000.058 3/16/06 18:00 13-5 12549 0.880NDND NDND 560.8004.401 0.0000.0000.049 3/17/06 0:00 13-6 12550 1.140 ND ND ND ND 557.600 4. 5530.000 0.000 0.048 3/17/06 6:00 13-7 12551 2.804NDND NDND 555.2004.767 0.0000.0000.027 3/17/06 12:00 13-8 12552 1.125510.4007.087NDND 558. 4005.0710.1790.0000.055 3/17/06 18:00 13-9 12553 1.237511.2007.123NDND 556. 0005.1930.1770.0000.055 3/18/06 0:00 13-10 12554 1.078 512.0009.569 ND ND 557.600 5.2620. 255 0.000 0.059 3/18/06 6:00 13-11 12555 1.114512.0009.323NDND 556. 0003.8160.2460.0000.038 3/18/06 12:00 13-12 12556 0.957513.60010.308NDND 560. 0004.1610.2810.0000.045 3/18/06 18:00 13-13 12557 1.112 514.40011.409 ND ND 559.200 4.4690. 309 0.000 0.047 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 122 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/19/06 0:00 13-14 12558 1.019 515.200 14.622 ND ND 556.000 4.658 0. 408 0.000 0.051 3/19/06 6:00 13-15 12559 1.334517.60019.738NDND 557. 6005.4610.5520.0000.058 3/19/06 12:00 14-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/19/06 18:00 14-2 12491 0.831516.80026.873NDND 558. 4005.5450.7810.0000.066 3/20/06 0:00 14-3 12492 0.912 516.000 34.365 ND ND ND ND 1.004 0.000 0.000 3/20/06 6:00 14-4 12493 0.841517.60039.818NDND NDND1.1690.0000.000 3/20/06 12:00 14-5 12494 0.934517.60047.213535.20021. 166 NDND1.3880.2830.000 3/20/06 18:00 14-6 12495 0.991516.80057.565535.20024. 393 NDND1.6970.3280.000 3/21/06 0:00 14-7 12496 0.964 516.800 65.414 535. 200 27.229 ND ND 1.934 0.368 0.000 3/21/06 6:00 14-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/21/06 12:00 14-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/21/06 18:00 14-10 12497 0.979516.80088.821535.20046. 633 NDND2.6350.6390.000 3/22/06 0:00 14-11 12498 0.946 518.400 101.383 535. 200 54.687 ND ND 3.013 0.752 0.000 3/22/06 6:00 14-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/22/06 12:00 15-1 12953 4.870519.200139.036535.20095. 605 NDND4.0251.2700.000 3/22/06 18:00 15-2 12954 4.857517.600136.120535.20091. 695 NDND3.9381.2160.000 3/23/06 0:00 15-3 12955 4.480 517.600150.268535. 200103.999 ND ND 4.374 1.393 0.000 3/23/06 6:00 15-4 12956 5.470518.400160.216535.200115. 159 NDND4.6421.5360.000 3/23/06 12:00 15-5 12957 5.036519.200156.725535.200120. 070 NDND4.5511.6100.000 3/23/06 18:00 15-6 12958 5.399519.200158.335535.200126. 089 NDND4.5881.6900.000 3/24/06 0:00 15-7 12959 5.179 519.200174.808538. 400138.824 ND ND 5.089 1.871 0.000 3/24/06 6:00 15-8 12960 4.956518.400175.859540.000143. 286 NDND5.1271.9370.000 3/24/06 12:00 15-9 12961 6.380519.200170.661540.000150. 532 NDND4.9282.0180.000 3/24/06 18:00 15-10 12962 5.630520.000171.268540.000153. 647 NDND4.9692.0720.000 3/25/06 0:00 15-11 12963 5.633 520.000175.777540. 000165.819 ND ND 5.104 2.243 0.000 3/25/06 6:00 15-12 12964 3.524518.400188.766540.800180. 893 NDND5.5572.4830.000 3/25/06 12:00 16-1 13024 1.430520.000151.469540.800147. 997 NDND4.5012.0520.000 3/25/06 18:00 16-2 13025 1.592519.200159.570540.800161. 708 NDND4.7392.2420.000 3/26/06 0:00 16-3 13026 1.529 518.400176.555540. 800187.402 ND ND 5.251 2.602 0.000 3/26/06 6:00 16-4 13027 1.354520.800179.537540.000196. 986 NDND5.3452.7390.000 3/26/06 12:00 16-5 13028 1.463521.600166.462541.600191. 789 NDND4.9502.6650.000 3/26/06 18:00 16-6 13029 1.437520.800166.987541.600196. 395 NDND4.9672.7290.000 3/27/06 0:00 16-7 13030 1.654 520.000179.226540. 800211.313 ND ND 5.327 2.935 0.000 3/27/06 6:00 16-8 13031 1.541520.000171.923541.600217. 023 NDND5.1113.0170.000 3/27/06 12:00 16-9 13032 1.399520.000166.130541.600205. 017 NDND4.9422.8510.000 3/27/06 18:00 16-10 13033 1.319520.800170.073540.800221. 533 NDND5.0633.0830.000 3/28/06 0:00 16-11 13034 1.563 521.600177.299542. 400231.395 ND ND 5.272 3.218 0.000 3/28/06 6:00 16-12 13035 1.605521.600177.270540.800234. 957 NDND5.2703.2670.000 3/28/06 12:00 17-1 12908 6.117520.000178.594540.800240. 437 NDND5.1743.2800.000 3/28/06 18:00 17-2 12909 1.210 521.600169.790541. 600228.445 ND ND 5.057 3.181 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 123 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/29/06 0:00 17-3 12910 1.288 524.800 165.166541. 600244.285 ND ND 4.916 3.402 0.000 3/29/06 6:00 17-4 12911 5.684520.800182.326541.600251. 301 NDND5.2993.4390.000 3/29/06 12:00 17-5 12912 5.335524.800171.531541.600245. 791 NDND4.9863.3660.000 3/29/06 18:00 17-6 12913 3.855524.800169.791541.600231. 431 NDND4.9783.1860.000 3/30/06 0:00 17-7 12914 1.447 524.800 180.848542. 400245.722 ND ND 5.382 3.420 0.000 3/30/06 6:00 17-8 12915 6.406524.800181.760541.600256. 668 NDND5.2613.5040.000 3/30/06 12:00 17-9 12916 2.582520.800167.977540.800235. 641 NDND4.9623.2630.000 3/30/06 18:00 17-10 12917 7.211524.800165.508540.800227. 265 NDND4.7493.0810.000 3/31/06 0:00 17-11 12918 6.612 524.800 173.600541. 600238.974 ND ND 5.010 3.253 0.000 3/31/06 6:00 17-12 12919 1.333524.800171.887541.600237. 342 NDND5.1173.3040.000 3/31/06 12:00 17-13 12920 1.301522.400157.544541.600217. 988 NDND4.6873.0340.000 3/31/06 18:00 18-1 13036 1.390519.200149.736540.800195. 363 NDND4.4502.7160.000 4/1/06 0:00 18-2 13037 1.343 521.600 160.887541. 600213.792 ND ND 4.786 2.974 0.000 4/1/06 6:00 18-3 13038 1.296524.000164.339541.600218. 374 NDND4.8913.0390.000 4/1/06 12:00 18-4 13039 1.276524.000153.712541.600202. 007 NDND4.5732.8100.000 4/1/06 18:00 18-5 13040 1.427520.000146.606540.800190. 417 NDND4.3552.6460.000 4/2/06 0:00 18-6 13041 1.512 519.200 165.303540. 800212.824 ND ND 4.914 2.958 0.000 4/2/06 6:00 18-7 13042 1.291520.800156.909541.600197. 389 NDND4.6692.7450.000 4/2/06 12:00 18-8 13043 1.386522.400156.337541.600197. 146 NDND4.6492.7410.000 4/2/06 18:00 18-9 13044 1.229520.800150.546541.600184. 334 NDND4.4802.5630.000 4/3/06 0:00 18-10 13045 1.355 519.200 153.447541. 600196.678 ND ND 4.563 2.735 0.000 4/3/06 6:00 18-11 13046 1.295519.200153.588541.600193. 631 NDND4.5692.6930.000 4/3/06 12:00 18-12 13047 1.198520.800141.495540.800169. 083 NDND4.2092.3500.000 4/3/06 18:00 18-13 13048 1.534520.800139.701541.600172. 404 NDND4.1452.3920.000 4/4/06 0:00 18-14 13049 1.348 520.800 155.139540. 800187.821 ND ND 4.614 2.611 0.000 4/4/06 6:00 18-15 13050 1.353518.400145.865540.800176. 814 NDND4.3352.4560.000 4/4/06 12:00 19-1 13565 2.378520.000161.036540.800203. 420 NDND4.7602.8150.000 4/4/06 18:00 19-2 13566 1.018520.000141.821541.600178. 982 NDND4.2242.4910.000 4/5/06 0:00 19-3 13567 1.366 521.600 146.057541. 600182.959 ND ND 4.341 2.542 0.000 4/5/06 6:00 19-4 13568 1.602523.200142.996541.600177. 028 NDND4.2422.4560.000 4/5/06 12:00 19-5 13569 1.130519.200132.154541.600165. 777 NDND3.9312.3050.000 4/5/06 18:00 19-6 13570 1.064519.200132.689540.800165. 440 NDND3.9492.3010.000 4/6/06 0:00 19-7 13571 1.088 520.000 136.504541. 600167.862 ND ND 4.062 2.335 0.000 4/6/06 6:00 19-8 13572 1.353522.400133.641541.600162. 991 NDND3.9692.2630.000 4/6/06 12:00 19-9 13573 1.062520.800124.391541.600153. 739 NDND3.7002.1370.000 4/6/06 18:00 19-10 13574 1.135520.000127.700541.600153. 697 NDND3.7972.1360.000 4/7/06 0:00 19-11 13575 1.342 519.200 131.810540. 800159.429 ND ND 3.914 2.213 0.000 4/7/06 6:00 19-12 13576 1.191520.000131.812540.800156. 546 NDND3.9192.1750.000 4/7/06 12:00 20-1 13439 1.361520.00091.505540.80092. 871 NDND2.7041.2810.000 4/7/06 18:00 20-2 13440 1.397 518.400 94.801 540. 80092.408 ND ND 2.802 1.274 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 124 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/8/06 0:00 20-3 13441 1.496 520.000101.321540. 00097.077 ND ND 2.995 1.338 0.000 4/8/06 6:00 20-4 13442 1.385520.00099.282540.80098. 079 NDND2.9371.3540.000 4/8/06 12:00 20-5 13443 1.285518.40097.208540.80095. 769 NDND2.8781.3230.000 4/8/06 18:00 20-6 13444 1.274517.600101.510540.000101. 152 NDND3.0071.3980.000 4/9/06 0:00 20-7 13445 1.750 518.400106.587540. 800107.119 ND ND 3.145 1.475 0.000 4/9/06 6:00 20-8 13446 1.479520.800104.902540.000107. 730 NDND3.1031.4880.000 4/9/06 12:00 20-9 13447 1.292520.000102.879540.80099. 190 NDND3.0481.3710.000 4/9/06 18:00 20-10 13448 1.477518.400108.857540.000106. 305 NDND3.2211.4680.000 4/10/06 0:00 20-11 13449 1.170 518.400108.686540. 000107.251 ND ND 3.225 1.485 0.000 4/10/06 6:00 20-12 13450 1.495520.000101.875540.00096. 770 NDND3.0111.3340.000 4/10/06 12:00 20-13 13451 1.617520.00099.570540.00094. 614 NDND2.9391.3020.000 4/10/06 18:00 20-14 13452 1.325520.000100.674540.80093. 367 NDND2.9801.2890.000 4/11/06 0:00 20-15 13453 1.384 519.200108.277540. 80099.286 ND ND 3.207 1.371 0.000 4/11/06 6:00 20-16 13454 1.442517.600112.208540.800102. 254 NDND3.3231.4110.000 4/11/06 12:00 21-1 13611 1.445519.200113.437540.000109. 962 NDND3.3601.5190.000 4/11/06 18:00 21-2 13612 1.331519.200116.174540.800110. 680 NDND3.4451.5310.000 4/12/06 0:00 21-3 13613 1.603 519.200120.655540. 800113.035 ND ND 3.572 1.560 0.000 4/12/06 6:00 21-4 13614 1.564520.000119.994540.800111. 610 NDND3.5531.5410.000 4/12/06 12:00 21-5 13615 1.524517.600110.187540.80099. 977 NDND3.2601.3780.000 4/12/06 18:00 21-6 13616 1.864517.600108.438540.00098. 170 NDND3.1971.3480.000 4/13/06 0:00 21-7 13617 1.480 518.400115.770540. 800102.279 ND ND 3.429 1.411 0.000 4/13/06 6:00 21-8 13618 1.603519.200114.162540.00099. 636 NDND3.3771.3720.000 4/13/06 12:00 21-9 13619 1.728519.200104.422540.00090. 478 NDND3.0811.2430.000 4/13/06 18:00 21-10 13620 1.437519.200107.155539.20091. 113 NDND3.1721.2550.000 4/14/06 0:00 21-11 13621 1.757 518.400112.416540. 80093.978 ND ND 3.320 1.291 0.000 4/14/06 6:00 21-12 13622 1.807518.400114.295540.80092. 014 NDND3.3751.2630.000 4/14/06 12:00 22-1 13623 1.192519.20097.920535.20074. 999 NDND2.9021.0330.000 4/14/06 18:00 22-2 13624 1.375518.40094.432537.60073. 026 NDND2.7921.0030.000 4/15/06 0:00 22-3 13625 1.305 518.400107.743535. 20077.172 ND ND 3.193 1.062 0.000 4/15/06 6:00 22-4 13626 1.508517.600104.031537.60077. 783 NDND3.0761.0680.000 4/15/06 12:00 22-5 13627 1.236517.60093.222535.20069. 339 NDND2.7600.9530.000 4/15/06 18:00 22-6 13628 1.217519.20089.512535.20068. 201 NDND2.6490.9380.000 4/16/06 0:00 22-7 13629 1.550 520.00099.857 535. 20074.168 ND ND 2.949 1.017 0.000 4/16/06 6:00 22-8 13630 1.634518.400103.501535.20074. 014 NDND3.0561.0130.000 4/16/06 12:00 22-9 13631 1.490517.60097.268535.20066. 281 NDND2.8730.9070.000 4/16/06 18:00 22-10 13632 1.480518.40097.378535.20066. 395 NDND2.8770.9090.000 4/17/06 0:00 22-11 13633 1.483 518.40098.976 535. 20070.029 ND ND 2.925 0.960 0.000 4/17/06 6:00 22-12 13634 1.274519.20098.213535.20068. 845 NDND2.9080.9460.000 4/17/06 12:00 22-13 13635 1.437517.60096.800535.20065. 253 NDND2.8610.8930.000 4/17/06 18:00 22-14 13636 1.554 517.60094.572 535. 20062.702 ND ND 2.791 0.856 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 125 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/18/06 0:00 22-15 13637 1.830 517.600100.488535. 20067.940 ND ND 2.960 0.926 0.000 4/18/06 6:00 22-16 13368 1.299519.20098.023535.20066. 307 NDND2.9020.9100.000 4/18/06 12:00 23-1 13553 0.851518.40096.674535.20066. 666 NDND2.8750.9210.000 4/18/06 18:00 23-2 13554 0.898519.20098.392535.20064. 620 NDND2.9250.8920.000 4/19/06 0:00 23-3 13555 0.979 517.600106.666535. 20065.734 ND ND 3.171 0.907 0.000 4/19/06 6:00 23-4 13556 1.002517.600103.379535.20065. 483 NDND3.0710.9030.000 4/19/06 12:00 23-5 13557 0.853517.60099.249535.20062. 940 NDND2.9520.8690.000 4/19/06 18:00 23-6 13558 0.923518.40092.753535.20059. 770 NDND2.7550.8240.000 4/20/06 0:00 23-7 13559 1.027 518.400100.043535. 20064.073 ND ND 2.970 0.883 0.000 4/20/06 6:00 23-8 13560 0.931518.400101.897535.20063. 366 NDND3.0290.8740.000 4/20/06 12:00 23-9 13561 0.998517.60095.030535.20058. 086 NDND2.8210.7990.000 4/20/06 18:00 23-10 13562 0.863517.60098.204535.20059. 134 NDND2.9200.8160.000 4/21/06 0:00 23-11 13563 1.262 518.40096.258 535. 20060.191 ND ND 2.850 0.825 0.000 4/21/06 6:00 23-12 13564 0.958518.40092.978535.20058. 825 NDND2.7610.8100.000 4/21/06 12:00 24-1 13639 1.270518.40068.326535.20039. 061 NDND2.0120.5290.000 4/21/06 18:00 24-2 13640 1.092517.60065.900535.20036. 044 NDND1.9440.4890.000 4/22/06 0:00 24-3 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/22/06 6:00 24-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/22/06 12:00 24-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/22/06 18:00 24-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/23/06 0:00 24-7 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/23/06 6:00 24-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/23/06 12:00 24-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/23/06 18:00 24-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 0:00 24-11 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/24/06 6:00 24-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 12:00 24-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/24/06 18:00 24-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/25/06 0:00 24-15 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/25/06 6:00 24-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/25/06 12:00 25-1 13788 0.903518.40072.759535.20040. 883 NDND2.1560.5600.000 4/25/06 18:00 25-2 13789 0.823517.60085.649535.20045. 019 NDND2.5450.6190.000 4/26/06 0:00 25-3 13790 0.843 518.400 85.407 535. 200 44.582 ND ND 2.537 0.612 0.000 4/26/06 6:00 25-4 13791 0.940517.60088.666535.20045. 025 NDND2.6320.6170.000 4/26/06 12:00 25-5 13792 0.975517.60087.675535.20045. 683 NDND2.6010.6260.000 4/26/06 18:00 25-6 13793 0.988518.40085.836535.20043. 835 NDND2.5450.6000.000 4/27/06 0:00 25-7 13794 1.201 517.600 87.286 535. 200 43.089 ND ND 2.583 0.586 0.000 4/27/06 6:00 25-8 13795 0.944517.60093.010535.20042. 385 NDND2.7620.5800.000 4/27/06 12:00 25-9 13796 0.957517.60085.396535.20041. 322 NDND2.5330.5650.000 4/27/06 18:00 25-10 13797 0.929 517.600 84.946 535. 200 40.943 ND ND 2.521 0.560 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 126 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 4/28/06 0:00 25-11 13798 2.269 518.40091.890 535. 20045.785 ND ND 2.689 0.609 0.000 4/28/06 6:00 25-12 13799 0.945517.60087.447535.20042. 498 NDND2.5950.5820.000 4/28/06 12:00 25-13 13800 1.002518.40090.073535.20040. 943 NDND2.6720.5590.000 4/28/06 18:00 26-1 13801 1.075517.60087.605535.20042. 798 NDND2.5960.5840.000 4/29/06 0:00 26-2 13802 1.133 518.40093.479 535. 20045.317 ND ND 2.770 0.619 0.000 4/29/06 6:00 26-3 13803 1.154516.80093.781535.20044. 214 NDND2.7790.6030.000 4/29/06 12:00 26-4 13804 1.159518.40086.582535.20043. 698 NDND2.5630.5960.000 4/29/06 18:00 26-5 13805 1.056518.40087.067535.20043. 261 NDND2.5800.5910.000 4/30/06 0:00 26-6 13806 1.076 517.60088.206 535. 20043.904 ND ND 2.614 0.600 0.000 4/30/06 6:00 26-7 13807 1.173518.40091.862535.20043. 971 NDND2.7210.5990.000 4/30/06 12:00 26-8 13808 1.226517.60092.156535.20040. 632 NDND2.7280.5520.000 4/30/06 18:00 26-9 13809 1.165516.80086.855535.20040. 384 NDND2.5710.5490.000 5/1/06 0:00 26-10 13810 1.176 518.40095.479 535. 20047.549 ND ND 2.829 0.649 0.000 5/1/06 6:00 26-11 13811 1.145518.40092.562535.20043. 213 NDND2.7430.5890.000 5/1/06 12:00 26-12 13812 1.233517.60091.930535.20041. 976 NDND2.7210.5700.000 5/1/06 18:00 26-13 13813 1.065516.80090.861535.20039. 558 NDND2.6940.5390.000 5/2/06 0:00 26-14 13814 1.395 517.60094.730 535. 20043.114 ND ND 2.800 0.584 0.000 5/2/06 6:00 26-15 13815 1.058518.40088.274535.20041. 665 NDND2.6160.5680.000 5/2/06 12:00 27-1 13950 1.283518.400100.288535.20047. 483 NDND2.9700.6470.000 5/2/06 18:00 27-2 13951 1.663518.40099.228535.20048. 255 NDND2.9270.6520.000 5/3/06 0:00 27-3 13952 1.658 518.40095.971 535. 20047.152 ND ND 2.829 0.637 0.000 5/3/06 6:00 27-4 13953 1.322518.40095.422535.20046. 375 NDND2.8230.6310.000 5/3/06 12:00 27-5 13954 1.073517.60096.503535.20043. 558 NDND2.8630.5950.000 5/3/06 18:00 27-6 13955 1.124516.80092.944535.20040. 548 NDND2.7550.5520.000 5/4/06 0:00 27-7 13956 1.487 517.600102.172 535. 20046.652 ND ND 3.021 0.632 0.000 5/4/06 6:00 27-8 13957 1.590518.40094.558535.20044. 443 NDND2.7890.6000.000 5/4/06 12:00 27-9 13958 1.349516.80092.035535.20044. 442 NDND2.7210.6030.000 5/4/06 18:00 27-10 13959 1.286516.80095.888535.20042. 001 NDND2.8380.5700.000 5/5/06 0:00 27-11 13960 1.143 516.80097.753 535. 20041.891 ND ND 2.898 0.570 0.000 5/5/06 6:00 27-12 13961 1.192517.60096.268535.20042. 689 NDND2.8520.5810.000 5/5/06 12:00 28-1 13962 0.757519.20088.516535.20041. 390 NDND2.6330.5690.000 5/5/06 18:00 28-2 13963 0.764518.40092.989535.20039. 387 NDND2.7670.5410.000 5/6/06 0:00 28-3 13964 0.817 518.40093.703 535. 20040.749 ND ND 2.787 0.559 0.000 5/6/06 6:00 28-4 13965 0.715516.80083.342535.20038. 187 NDND2.4790.5250.000 5/6/06 12:00 28-5 13966 0.799517.60091.111535.20037. 726 NDND2.7090.5170.000 5/6/06 18:00 28-6 13967 0.741516.80090.253535.20037. 244 NDND2.6850.5110.000 5/7/06 0:00 28-7 13968 0.723 517.60091.880 535. 20040.164 ND ND 2.735 0.552 0.000 5/7/06 6:00 28-8 13969 0.711517.60088.742535.20039. 717 NDND2.6410.5460.000 5/7/06 12:00 28-9 13970 0.961516.80089.584535.20037. 980 NDND2.6590.5180.000 5/7/06 18:00 28-10 13971 0.776 516.80086.678 535. 20035.746 ND ND 2.577 0.490 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 127 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 5/8/06 0:00 28-11 13972 1.120 517.60094.411 535. 20041.584 ND ND 2.799 0.566 0.000 5/8/06 6:00 28-12 13973 0.744517.60091.308535.20038. 071 NDND2.7170.5230.000 5/8/06 12:00 28-13 13974 0.882517.60088.643535.20040. 185 NDND2.6330.5500.000 5/8/06 18:00 28-14 13975 0.985517.60085.687535.20036. 098 NDND2.5410.4920.000 5/9/06 0:00 28-15 13976 0.815 516.80092.337 535. 20035.764 ND ND 2.746 0.489 0.000 5/9/06 6:00 28-16 13977 0.766516.80089.308535.20037. 026 NDND2.6560.5080.000 5/9/06 12:00 29-1 14120 7.094517.600100.393535.20044. 447 NDND2.7990.5230.000 5/9/06 18:00 29-2 14121 3.978517.600101.960535.20050. 428 NDND2.9390.6500.000 5/10/06 0:00 29-3 14122 6.746 517.60094.210 535. 20042.356 ND ND 2.624 0.499 0.000 5/10/06 6:00 29-4 14123 5.032517.600100.718535.20046. 240 NDND2.8710.5770.000 5/10/06 12:00 29-5 14124 5.182516.80090.412535.20039. 677 NDND2.5570.4830.000 5/10/06 18:00 29-6 14125 3.165516.80091.853535.20037. 011 NDND2.6610.4740.000 5/11/06 0:00 29-7 14126 6.058 517.60097.187 535. 20047.863 ND ND 2.734 0.585 0.000 5/11/06 6:00 29-8 14127 3.481517.60087.358535.20039. 812 NDND2.5160.5090.000 5/11/06 12:00 29-9 14128 1.504517.60087.982535.20040. 187 NDND2.5940.5420.000 5/11/06 18:00 29-10 14129 4.738517.60086.105535.20038. 221 NDND2.4410.4690.000 5/12/06 0:00 29-11 14130 2.788 516.80090.509 535. 20039.925 ND ND 2.632 0.520 0.000 5/12/06 6:00 29-12 14131 1.566516.80086.869535.20039. 448 NDND2.5590.5300.000 5/12/06 12:00 29-13 14132 1.767517.60083.776535.20037. 720 NDND2.4600.5030.000 5/12/06 18:00 29-14 14133 2.003518.40080.811535.20038. 355 NDND2.3640.5090.000 5/13/06 0:00 29-15 14134 1.539 517.60085.163 535. 20036.701 ND ND 2.509 0.492 0.000 5/13/06 6:00 29-16 14135 1.565516.80083.994535.20034. 409 NDND2.4730.4600.000 5/13/06 12:00 30-1 14389 1.327518.40072.835535.20032. 432 NDND2.1450.4350.000 5/13/06 18:00 30-2 14390 1.445517.60069.033535.20029. 878 NDND2.0280.3980.000 5/14/06 0:00 30-3 14391 1.350 516.80077.119 535. 20031.120 ND ND 2.273 0.417 0.000 5/14/06 6:00 30-4 14392 1.502517.60079.421535.20031. 183 NDND2.3380.4160.000 5/14/06 12:00 30-5 14393 1.156516.80070.654535.20030. 272 NDND2.0850.4080.000 5/14/06 18:00 30-6 14394 1.721518.40077.735535.20034. 885 NDND2.2800.4640.000 5/15/06 0:00 30-7 14395 1.259 518.40076.712 535. 20033.460 ND ND 2.264 0.451 0.000 5/15/06 6:00 30-8 14396 1.480517.60079.154535.20031. 556 NDND2.3300.4210.000 5/15/06 12:00 30-9 14397 1.529517.60073.639535.20028. 928 NDND2.1630.3840.000 5/15/06 18:00 30-10 14398 1.247516.80065.671535.20028. 623 NDND1.9330.3830.000 5/16/06 0:00 30-11 14399 1.230 516.80075.967 535. 20033.737 ND ND 2.242 0.455 0.000 5/16/06 6:00 30-12 14400 SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/16/06 12:00 30-13 14401 1.394517.60071.590535.20031. 983 NDND2.1060.4280.000 5/16/06 18:00 30-14 14402 2.671517.60069.524535.20030. 415 NDND2.0060.3880.000 5/17/06 0:00 30-15 14403 1.787 516.800 79.437 535. 200 31.779 ND ND 2.330 0.420 0.000 5/17/06 6:00 30-16 14404 1.249517.60076.648535.20031. 790 NDND2.2620.4280.000 5/17/06 12:00 30-17 14405 1.743518.40071.149535.20031. 685 NDND2.0820.4190.000 5/17/06 18:00 30-18 14406 1.496 517.600 70.763 535. 200 32.202 ND ND 2.078 0.430 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 128 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/18/06 0:00 30-19 14407 1.546 517.600 78.282 535. 200 32.792 ND ND 2.302 0.437 0.000 5/18/06 6:00 30-20 14408 1.530517.60073.940535.20029. 077 NDND2.1720.3860.000 5/18/06 12:00 31-1 14409 2.624517.60064.572535.20028. 634 NDND1.8580.3640.000 5/18/06 18:00 31-2 14410 1.679517.60065.244535.20028. 753 NDND1.9070.3790.000 5/19/06 0:00 31-3 14411 1.482 517.600 73.468 535. 200 31.873 ND ND 2.160 0.425 0.000 5/19/06 6:00 31-4 14412 5.009516.80080.535535.20036. 111 NDND2.2660.4350.000 5/19/06 12:00 31-5 14413 1.755517.60064.168535.20026. 099 NDND1.8720.3410.000 5/19/06 18:00 31-6 14414 5.621516.80065.145535.20031. 090 NDND1.7860.3570.000 5/20/06 0:00 31-7 14415 1.615 518.400 75.070 535. 200 32.878 ND ND 2.204 0.438 0.000 5/20/06 6:00 31-8 14416 5.364517.60073.012535.20033. 078 NDND2.0290.3880.000 5/20/06 12:00 31-9 14417 6.334516.80059.169535.20030. 889 NDND1.5850.3440.000 5/20/06 18:00 31-10 14418 5.512516.00056.061535.20028. 181 NDND1.5160.3170.000 5/21/06 0:00 31-11 14419 5.368 516.800 66.616 535. 200 31.322 ND ND 1.837 0.363 0.000 5/21/06 6:00 31-12 14420 SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 12:00 31-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N /A 5/21/06 18:00 31-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 0:00 31-15 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N0.A N/A 5/22/06 6:00 31-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 12:00 31-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 18:00 31-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 0:00 31-19 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/23/06 6:00 31-20 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 12:00 32-1 14421 1.966519.20066.490535.20030. 922 NDND1.9360.4050.000 5/23/06 18:00 32-2 14422 1.182517.60063.252535.20026. 781 NDND1.8620.3580.000 5/24/06 0:00 32-3 14423 1.464 517.60069.117 535. 20026.041 ND ND 2.030 0.344 0.000 5/24/06 6:00 32-4 14424 1.549518.40064.996535.20026. 862 NDND1.9030.3540.000 5/24/06 12:00 32-5 14425 1.354517.60066.086535.20027. 775 NDND1.9420.3700.000 5/24/06 18:00 32-6 14426 1.389517.60062.151535.20027. 929 NDND1.8230.3720.000 5/25/06 0:00 32-7 14427 2.094 517.60064.729 535. 20028.171 ND ND 1.879 0.365 0.000 5/25/06 6:00 32-8 14428 1.321516.80066.043535.20025. 714 NDND1.9420.3420.000 5/25/06 12:00 32-9 14429 1.465517.60065.340535.20027. 511 NDND1.9160.3650.000 5/25/06 18:00 32-10 14430 1.640517.60063.976535.20027. 705 NDND1.8700.3650.000 5/26/06 0:00 32-11 14431 3.591 518.40061.968 535. 20028.818 ND ND 1.751 0.353 0.000 5/26/06 6:00 32-12 14432 1.636516.80064.131535.20028. 282 NDND1.8750.3730.000 5/26/06 12:00 33-1 14433 1.603516.80067.119535.20029. 370 NDND1.9650.3890.000 5/26/06 18:00 33-2 14434 3.448517.60073.500535.20034. 840 NDND2.1020.4390.000 5/27/06 0:00 33-3 14435 3.991 517.60070.446 535. 20033.904 ND ND 1.994 0.419 0.000 5/27/06 6:00 33-4 14436 1.338518.40069.083535.20031. 203 NDND2.0320.4180.000 5/27/06 12:00 33-5 14437 SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/27/06 18:00 33-6 14438 3.338 517.600 70.785 535. 200 32.211 ND ND 2.023 0.404 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 129 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 5/28/06 0:00 33-7 14439 1.567 517.600 71.184 535. 200 27.917 ND ND 2.089 0.369 0.000 5/28/06 6:00 33-8 14440 3.229517.60074.213535.20032. 038 NDND2.1300.4030.000 5/28/06 12:00 33-9 14441 3.642518.40063.062535.20028. 901 NDND1.7830.3540.000 5/28/06 18:00 33-10 14442 2.568518.40064.394535.20030. 855 NDND1.8550.3960.000 5/29/06 0:00 33-11 14443 3.030 516.800 69.528 535. 200 30.078 ND ND 1.995 0.379 0.000 5/29/06 6:00 33-12 14444 2.280516.80065.125535.20027. 935 NDND1.8850.3590.000 5/29/06 12:00 33-13 14445 1.486517.60066.595535.20027. 764 NDND1.9530.3680.000 5/29/06 18:00 33-14 14446 2.319517.60064.695535.20028. 750 NDND1.8710.3700.000 5/30/06 0:00 33-15 14447 1.452 517.600 67.211 535. 200 29.070 ND ND 1.973 0.387 0.000 5/30/06 6:00 33-16 14448 1.807517.60068.672535.20030. 156 NDND2.0060.3970.000 5/30/06 12:00 34-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/30/06 18:00 34-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/31/06 0:00 34-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 5/31/06 6:00 34-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/31/06 12:00 34-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/31/06 18:00 34-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/1/06 0:00 34-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/1/06 6:00 34-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/1/06 12:00 34-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/1/06 18:00 34-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 0:00 34-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/2/06 6:00 34-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 12:00 34-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 18:00 34-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 0:00 34-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/3/06 6:00 34-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 12:00 35-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 18:00 35-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/4/06 0:00 35-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/4/06 6:00 35-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/4/06 12:00 35-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/4/06 18:00 35-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/5/06 0:00 35-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/5/06 6:00 35-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/5/06 12:00 35-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/5/06 18:00 35-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/6/06 0:00 35-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/6/06 6:00 35-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/6/06 12:00 34a-1 15474 3.785524.80017.068548.00034. 000 NDND0.3980.4230.000 6/6/06 18:00 34a-2 15475 4.142 524.800 16.677 548. 800 33.580 ND ND 0.376 0.412 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 130 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/7/06 0:00 34a-3 15476 4.830 524.800 17.886 549. 600 36.222 ND ND 0.392 0.439 0.000 6/7/06 6:00 34a-4 15477 3.191524.80017.146548.80035. 605 NDND0.4190.4540.000 6/7/06 12:00 34a-5 15478 3.961524.80017.060548.80035. 130 NDND0.3930.4360.000 6/7/06 18:00 34a-6 15479 4.994524.80017.411548.80034. 384 NDND0.3730.4110.000 6/8/06 0:00 34a-7 15480 4.184 524.800 17.107 549. 600 36.135 ND ND 0.388 0.447 0.000 6/8/06 6:00 34a-8 15481 3.395524.80017.025549.60036. 330 NDND0.4090.4610.000 6/8/06 12:00 34a-9 15482 3.356524.80015.094548.80031. 720 NDND0.3520.3970.000 6/8/06 18:00 34a-10 15483 3.418524.80015.977549.60034. 369 NDND0.3770.4330.000 6/9/06 0:00 34a-11 15484 4.105 524.800 17.395 548. 800 35.949 ND ND 0.399 0.446 0.000 6/9/06 6:00 34a-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/9/06 12:00 35a-1 18118 0.202513.6004.192535.2001. 142 NDND0.1200.0130.000 6/9/06 18:00 35a-2 18119 0.232512.8004.239535.2001. 323 NDND0.1200.0150.000 6/10/06 0:00 35a-3 18120 0.211 512.8004.232 535. 2001.229 ND ND 0.121 0.014 0.000 6/10/06 6:00 35a-4 18121 0.265512.8004.446535.2001. 468 NDND0.1250.0170.000 6/10/06 12:00 35a-5 18122 0.198513.6003.978535.2001. 120 NDND0.1130.0130.000 6/10/06 18:00 35a-6 18123 0.294513.6003.964535.2001. 521 NDND0.1100.0170.000 6/11/06 0:00 35a-7 18124 0.205 514.4003.923 535. 2001.558 ND ND 0.112 0.019 0.000 6/11/06 6:00 35a-8 18125 0.258513.6004.038535.2001. 291 NDND0.1130.0140.000 6/11/06 12:00 35a-9 18126 0.260514.4003.911535.2001. 412 NDND0.1100.0160.000 6/11/06 18:00 35a-10 18127 0.184513.6003.359535.2001. 047 NDND0.0950.0120.000 6/12/06 0:00 35a-11 18128 0.154 514.4003.728 535. 2001.058 ND ND 0.107 0.013 0.000 6/12/06 6:00 35a-12 18129 0.278512.8003.690535.2001. 211 NDND0.1020.0130.000 6/12/06 12:00 35a-13 18130 0.158514.4003.538535.2001. 091 NDND0.1010.0130.000 6/12/06 18:00 35a-14 18131 0.278514.4003.419535.2001. 405 NDND0.0940.0160.000 6/13/06 0:00 35a-15 18132 0.188 513.6003.627 535. 2001.151 ND ND 0.103 0.013 0.000 6/13/06 6:00 35a-16 18133 0.162513.6003.201535.2000. 962 NDND0.0910.0110.000 6/13/06 12:00 35a-17 18134 0.204513.6003.408535.2001. 012 NDND0.0960.0110.000 6/13/06 18:00 35a-18 18135 0.171514.4003.226535.2000. 975 NDND0.0920.0110.000 6/14/06 0:00 35a-19 18136 0.191 512.8003.281 535. 2001.011 ND ND 0.093 0.011 0.000 6/14/06 6:00 35a-20 18137 0.199512.8003.188535.2001. 009 NDND0.0900.0110.000 6/14/06 12:00 35a-21 18138 0.251514.4003.398535.2001. 258 NDND0.0940.0140.000 6/14/06 18:00 36-1 18139 0.187514.4003.094535.2000. 914 NDND0.0870.0100.000 6/15/06 0:00 36-2 18140 0.218 513.6003.058 535. 2000.966 ND ND 0.085 0.010 0.000 6/15/06 6:00 36-3 18141 0.183513.6003.050535.2000. 933 NDND0.0860.0110.000 6/15/06 12:00 36-4 18142 0.253514.4002.926535.2000. 996 NDND0.0800.0100.000 6/15/06 18:00 36-5 18143 0.179515.2002.989535.2000. 965 NDND0.0840.0110.000 6/16/06 0:00 36-6 18144 0.212 513.6002.971 535. 2000.901 ND ND 0.083 0.010 0.000 6/16/06 6:00 36-7 18145 0.172514.4002.810535.2000. 816 NDND0.0790.0090.000 6/16/06 12:00 37-1 15397 4.255524.80015.069548.00028. 419 NDND0.3240.3380.000 6/16/06 18:00 37-2 15398 4.610 524.80015.524 548. 80029.414 ND ND 0.327 0.347 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 131 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/17/06 0:00 37-3 15399 3.687 524.80014.310 549. 60028.731 ND ND 0.319 0.351 0.000 6/17/06 6:00 37-4 15400 4.092524.80015.132548.00028. 703 NDND0.3310.3450.000 6/17/06 12:00 37-5 15401 4.826524.80015.354548.80029. 589 NDND0.3160.3470.000 6/17/06 18:00 37-6 15402 3.631524.80013.769549.60027. 593 NDND0.3040.3350.000 6/18/06 0:00 37-7 15403 4.735 524.80015.192 549. 60029.627 ND ND 0.314 0.348 0.000 6/18/06 6:00 37-8 15404 3.425524.80013.029548.80026. 285 NDND0.2880.3200.000 6/18/06 12:00 37-9 15405 4.244524.80014.753548.80029. 068 NDND0.3150.3480.000 6/18/06 18:00 37-10 15406 4.331524.80014.711549.60029. 222 NDND0.3110.3480.000 6/19/06 0:00 37-11 15407 4.422 524.80015.397 548. 80030.044 ND ND 0.329 0.359 0.000 6/19/06 6:00 37-12 15408 7.754524.80019.995549.60036. 915 NDND0.3670.4080.000 6/19/06 12:00 37-13 15409 3.244524.80013.905548.80028. 503 NDND0.3200.3540.000 6/19/06 18:00 37-14 15410 3.357524.80013.869548.80028. 274 NDND0.3150.3490.000 6/20/06 0:00 37-15 15411 3.680 524.80014.846 548. 00030.211 ND ND 0.335 0.371 0.000 6/20/06 6:00 37-16 15412 3.402524.80014.246548.80029. 174 NDND0.3250.3610.000 6/20/06 12:00 37-17 15413 3.922524.80015.307549.60030. 183 NDND0.3420.3680.000 6/20/06 18:00 38-1 15074 3.738524.80016.145548.00029. 970 NDND0.3720.3670.000 6/21/06 0:00 38-2 15075 3.324 524.80016.682 548. 00032.678 ND ND 0.401 0.411 0.000 6/21/06 6:00 38-3 15076 3.180524.80016.145548.80031. 454 NDND0.3890.3960.000 6/21/06 12:00 38-4 15077 3.510524.80016.178548.00031. 645 NDND0.3800.3940.000 6/21/06 18:00 38-5 15078 3.614524.80015.756548.00030. 414 NDND0.3640.3750.000 6/22/06 0:00 38-6 15079 3.306 524.80016.444 548. 00032.030 ND ND 0.394 0.402 0.000 6/22/06 6:00 38-7 15080 3.857524.80017.082547.20032. 418 NDND0.3970.4000.000 6/22/06 12:00 38-8 15081 3.375524.80016.533547.20031. 501 NDND0.3950.3940.000 6/22/06 18:00 38-9 15082 3.400524.80015.633548.80030. 994 NDND0.3670.3860.000 6/23/06 0:00 38-10 15083 3.138 524.80015.982 548. 80031.818 ND ND 0.385 0.402 0.000 6/23/06 6:00 38-11 15084 3.146524.80015.998548.00031. 140 NDND0.3860.3920.000 6/23/06 12:00 39-1 15003 3.975524.80016.949548.00032. 342 NDND0.3890.3970.000 6/23/06 18:00 39-2 15004 3.659524.80016.391547.20031. 402 NDND0.3820.3880.000 6/24/06 0:00 39-3 15004 3.659 524.80016.391 547. 20031.402 ND ND 0.382 0.388 0.000 6/24/06 6:00 39-4 15005 1.660524.8002.205549.6006. 781 NDND0.0160.0720.000 6/24/06 12:00 39-5 15006 3.441524.80015.260548.00030. 589 NDND0.3550.3800.000 6/24/06 18:00 39-6 15007 3.751524.80014.705548.80029. 407 NDND0.3290.3590.000 6/25/06 0:00 39-7 15008 3.359 524.80015.253 548. 80031.391 ND ND 0.357 0.392 0.000 6/25/06 6:00 39-8 15009 3.433524.80016.091548.00032. 731 NDND0.3800.4100.000 6/25/06 12:00 39-9 15010 4.726524.80015.926548.00030. 213 NDND0.3360.3570.000 6/25/06 18:00 39-10 15011 4.072524.80014.639548.00028. 372 NDND0.3170.3400.000 6/26/06 0:00 39-11 15012 5.087 524.80013.019 548. 00021.259 ND ND 0.238 0.226 0.000 6/26/06 6:00 39-12 15013 4.509524.80016.068549.60032. 826 NDND0.3470.3960.000 6/26/06 12:00 39-13 15014 3.515524.80014.052549.60028. 521 NDND0.3160.3500.000 6/26/06 18:00 39-14 15015 4.223 524.80015.627 548. 00029.595 ND ND 0.342 0.355 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 132 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 6/27/06 0:00 39-15 15016 5.161 524.800 17.470 548. 800 32.765 ND ND 0.369 0.386 0.000 6/27/06 6:00 39-16 15017 3.610524.80016.038548.80031. 442 NDND0.3730.3900.000 6/27/06 12:00 40-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/27/06 18:00 40-2 SNA SN A SNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/28/06 0:00 40-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/28/06 6:00 40-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/28/06 12:00 40-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/28/06 18:00 40-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/29/06 0:00 40-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/29/06 6:00 40-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/29/06 12:00 40-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/29/06 18:00 40-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/30/06 0:00 40-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/30/06 6:00 40-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/30/06 12:00 41-1 17235 2.293512.80027.762535.2008. 661 NDND0.7640.0890.000 7/1/06 0:00 41-2 17236 2.220513.60027.116535.2008. 046 NDND0.7470.0820.000 7/1/06 12:00 41-3 17237 2.251 513.60026.601 535. 2007.796 ND ND 0.731 0.078 0.000 7/2/06 0:00 41-4 17238 1.698514.40027.536535.20010. 407 NDND0.7750.1220.000 7/2/06 12:00 41-5 17239 4.570512.00049.939535.20015. 701 NDND1.3610.1560.000 7/3/06 0:00 41-6 17240 2.183513.60024.844535.2008. 134 NDND0.6800.0830.000 7/3/06 12:00 41-7 17241 1.495 513.60023.541 535. 2006.291 ND ND 0.661 0.067 0.000 7/4/06 0:00 41-8 17242 1.043513.60016.151535.2003. 904 NDND0.4530.0400.000 7/4/06 12:00 41-9 17243 0.811512.80018.348535.2004. 269 NDND0.5260.0480.000 7/5/06 0:00 41-10 17244 4.275512.80046.882535.20014. 328 NDND1.2780.1410.000 7/5/06 12:00 41-11 17245 1.520 512.80018.461 535. 2005.282 ND ND 0.508 0.053 0.000 7/6/06 0:00 41-12 17246 1.108513.60017.344535.2004. 776 NDND0.4870.0510.000 7/6/06 12:00 41-13 17247 1.257513.60013.684535.2004. 090 NDND0.3730.0400.000 7/7/06 0:00 41-14 17248 0.992513.60014.040535.2003. 949 NDND0.3910.0410.000 7/7/06 12:00 41-15 17249 0.819 512.8009.762 535. 2002.778 ND ND 0.268 0.027 0.000 7/8/06 0:00 41-16 17250 4.430514.40016.093536.0009. 683 NDND0.3500.0740.000 7/8/06 12:00 41-17 17251 0.856513.60011.659535.2003. 627 NDND0.3240.0390.000 7/9/06 0:00 41-18 17252 0.554513.6009.249535.2002. 418 NDND0.2610.0260.000 7/9/06 12:00 41-19 17253 1.247 514.40010.562 535. 2003.751 ND ND 0.279 0.035 0.000 7/10/06 0:00 41-20 SNA SNASN A SNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/10/06 12:00 41-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/11/06 0:00 41-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/11/06 12:00 41-23 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/12/06 0:00 42-1 17795 1.916513.60022.261535.2005. 829 NDND0.6100.0550.000 7/12/06 12:00 42-2 17796 1.424512.80020.916535.2004. 513 NDND0.5850.0430.000 7/13/06 0:00 42-3 17797 1.328 513.600 20.988 535. 200 4.542 ND ND 0.590 0.045 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 133 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 7/13/06 12:00 42-4 17798 2.042 512.80020.374 535. 2005.407 ND ND 0.550 0.047 0.000 7/14/06 0:00 42-5 17800 1.139512.80016.650535.2003. 853 NDND0.4650.0380.000 7/14/06 12:00 42-6 17799 0.991512.80016.911535.2003. 783 NDND0.4780.0390.000 7/15/06 0:00 42-7 17801 1.305514.40018.051535.2004. 778 NDND0.5020.0490.000 7/15/06 12:00 42-8 17802 1.392 513.60016.304 535. 2004.388 ND ND 0.447 0.042 0.000 7/16/06 0:00 42-9 17803 1.244512.80015.021535.2003. 783 NDND0.4130.0360.000 7/16/06 12:00 42-10 17804 1.361513.60014.898535.2004. 169 NDND0.4060.0390.000 7/17/06 0:00 42-11 17805 1.300512.80015.429535.2004. 430 NDND0.4240.0440.000 7/17/06 12:00 42-12 17806 1.189 513.60013.734 535. 2003.805 ND ND 0.376 0.037 0.000 7/18/06 0:00 42-13 17807 1.510514.40014.584535.2004. 386 NDND0.3920.0400.000 7/18/06 12:00 43-1 15151 4.237524.80015.030547.20027. 121 NDND0.3240.3200.000 7/19/06 0:00 43-2 15152 3.609524.80014.606547.20026. 722 NDND0.3300.3240.000 7/19/06 12:00 43-3 15153 2.855 524.80014.584 546. 40026.076 ND ND 0.352 0.325 0.000 7/20/06 0:00 43-4 15154 4.260524.80015.917547.20027. 681 NDND0.3500.3280.000 7/20/06 12:00 43-5 15155 6.976524.80017.920549.60030. 543 NDND0.3280.3300.000 7/21/06 0:00 43-6 15156 3.349524.80014.627547.20027. 228 NDND0.3380.3340.000 7/21/06 12:00 43-7 15157 3.725 524.80013.893 548. 80027.728 ND ND 0.305 0.336 0.000 7/22/06 0:00 43-8 15158 2.924524.80012.751548.00025. 004 NDND0.2950.3090.000 7/22/06 12:00 43-9 15159 4.530524.80014.706548.80025. 969 NDND0.3050.3000.000 7/23/06 0:00 43-10 15160 4.988524.80014.413548.80026. 349 NDND0.2830.2990.000 7/23/06 12:00 43-11 15161 5.794 524.80015.918 548. 00027.627 ND ND 0.304 0.306 0.000 7/24/06 0:00 43-12 15162 10.640524.80020.525549.60031. 415 NDND0.2970.2910.000 7/24/06 12:00 43-13 15163 5.597524.80015.283548.80026. 657 NDND0.2910.2950.000 7/25/06 0:00 43-14 15164 4.668524.80013.862548.80024. 577 NDND0.2760.2790.000 7/25/06 12:00 44-1 15275 4.034 524.80015.854 546. 40027.853 ND ND 0.355 0.333 0.000 7/26/06 0:00 44-2 15276 3.025524.80013.749547.20023. 964 NDND0.3220.2930.000 7/26/06 12:00 44-3 15277 2.856524.80014.377546.40026. 179 NDND0.3460.3270.000 7/27/06 0:00 44-4 15278 2.978524.80011.971549.60023. 904 NDND0.2700.2930.000 7/27/06 12:00 44-5 15279 4.186 524.80015.031 547. 20025.892 ND ND 0.325 0.304 0.000 7/28/06 0:00 44-6 15280 3.217524.80012.203548.80024. 474 NDND0.2700.2980.000 7/28/06 12:00 44-7 15281 3.011524.80012.975548.80026. 263 NDND0.2990.3260.000 7/29/06 0:00 44-8 15282 3.080524.80011.894548.80023. 293 NDND0.2640.2830.000 7/29/06 12:00 44-9 15283 3.376 524.80012.540 549. 60024.177 ND ND 0.275 0.291 0.000 7/30/06 0:00 44-10 15284 2.793524.80011.930548.80023. 587 NDND0.2740.2910.000 7/30/06 12:00 44-11 15285 2.957524.80011.914548.80023. 791 NDND0.2690.2920.000 7/31/06 0:00 44-12 15286 2.644524.80011.098548.80021. 728 NDND0.2540.2670.000 7/31/06 12:00 44-13 15287 3.670 524.80012.226 548. 80024.011 ND ND 0.257 0.285 0.000 8/1/06 0:00 44-14 15288 4.444524.80013.126549.60024. 430 NDND0.2600.2800.000 8/1/06 12:00 45-1 17555 0.177512.8002.385535.2000. 570 NDND0.0660.0060.000 8/2/06 0:00 45-2 17556 0.061 513.6002.026 535. 2000.381 ND ND 0.059 0.004 0.000 Appendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 134 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 8/2/06 12:00 45-3 17557 0.145 512.0002.057 535. 2000.603 ND ND 0.057 0.006 0.000 8/3/06 0:00 45-4 17558 0.143514.4002.064535.2000. 544 NDND0.0580.0060.000 8/3/06 12:00 45-5 17559 0.118512.0002.042535.2000. 497 NDND0.0580.0050.000 8/4/06 0:00 45-6 17560 0.107512.8002.075535.2000. 460 NDND0.0590.0050.000 8/4/06 12:00 45-7 17561 0.133 513.6002.159 535. 2000.536 ND ND 0.061 0.006 0.000 8/5/06 0:00 45-8 17562 0.176512.0002.050535.2000. 591 NDND0.0560.0060.000 8/5/06 12:00 45-9 17563 0.131513.6002.102535.2000. 526 NDND0.0590.0060.000 8/6/06 0:00 45-10 17564 0.119513.6001.997535.2000. 526 NDND0.0560.0060.000 8/6/06 12:00 45-11 17565 0.133 513.6002.041 535. 2000.548 ND ND 0.057 0.006 0.000 8/7/06 0:00 45-12 17566 0.080514.4001.841535.2000. 439 NDND0.0530.0050.000 8/7/06 12:00 45-13 17567 0.176513.6002.060535.2000. 571 NDND0.0570.0060.000 8/8/06 0:00 45-14 17568 0.128512.8001.888535.2000. 450 NDND0.0530.0050.000 8/8/06 12:00 45-15 17569 0.144 513.6001.958 535. 2000.531 ND ND 0.054 0.005 0.000 8/9/06 0:00 45-16 17570 0.146512.8001.770535.2000. 517 NDND0.0490.0050.000 8/9/06 12:00 45-17 17571 0.160514.4001.852535.2000. 534 NDND0.0510.0050.000 8/10/06 0:00 45-18 17572 0.094512.8001.717535.2000. 447 NDND0.0490.0050.000 8/10/06 12:00 46-1 16481 0.161 512.8002.497 535. 2000.573 ND ND 0.070 0.006 0.000 8/11/06 0:00 46-2 16483 2.064513.60019.663535.2005. 657 NDND0.5280.0500.000 8/11/06 12:00 46-3 16482 1.443513.60019.606535.2004. 870 NDND0.5450.0480.000 8/12/06 0:00 46-4 16484 1.520512.80021.317535.2005. 292 NDND0.5940.0530.000 8/12/06 12:00 46-5 16485 2.504 512.80020.683 535. 2007.048 ND ND 0.545 0.064 0.000 8/13/06 0:00 46-6 16486 1.530512.80019.013535.2005. 336 NDND0.5240.0530.000 8/13/06 12:00 46-7 16487 1.706513.60018.008535.2005. 766 NDND0.4890.0570.000 8/14/06 0:00 46-8 16488 1.701513.60018.137535.2005. 105 NDND0.4930.0480.000 8/14/06 12:00 46-9 16489 1.369 513.60017.408 535. 2004.615 ND ND 0.481 0.045 0.000 8/15/06 0:00 46-10 16490 1.468513.60016.116535.2004. 832 NDND0.4390.0470.000 8/15/06 12:00 46-11 16491 1.348512.80015.011535.2003. 894 NDND0.4100.0360.000 8/16/06 0:00 46-12 16492 1.360513.60015.015535.2004. 432 NDND0.4100.0430.000 8/16/06 12:00 46-13 16493 1.273 513.60014.466 535. 2004.024 ND ND 0.396 0.039 0.000 8/17/06 0:00 46-14 16494 1.224513.60013.747535.2003. 749 NDND0.3760.0350.000 8/17/06 12:00 46-15 16495 1.822513.60016.504535.2005. 451 NDND0.4400.0510.000 8/18/06 0:00 46-16 16496 1.850513.60020.048535.2005. 427 NDND0.5460.0500.000 8/18/06 12:00 46-17 16497 1.642 514.40020.458 535. 2005.809 ND ND 0.564 0.058 0.000 8/19/06 0:00 46-18 16498 1.890512.80017.920535.2004. 906 NDND0.4810.0420.000 8/19/06 12:00 46-19 16499 1.525513.60017.525535.2004. 594 NDND0.4800.0430.000 8/20/06 0:00 46-20 16500 2.065513.60016.553535.2005. 128 NDND0.4350.0430.000 8/20/06 12:00 46-21 16501 1.115 513.60014.338 535. 2003.893 ND ND 0.397 0.039 0.000 8/21/06 0:00 46-22 16502 1.282513.60014.320535.2003. 857 NDND0.3910.0360.000 8/21/06 12:00 47-1 16715 1.794512.80020.587535.2006. 414 NDND0.5640.0650.000 8/22/06 0:00 47-2 16716 2.052 513.60020.818 535. 2005.732 ND ND 0.563 0.052 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 135 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 8/22/06 12:00 47-3 16717 1.951 513.600 21.516 535. 200 5.427 ND ND 0.587 0.049 0.000 8/23/06 0:00 47-4 16718 2.011513.60021.122535.2005. 549 NDND0.5730.0500.000 8/23/06 12:00 47-5 16719 2.277512.80016.406535.2006. 844 NDND0.4240.0640.000 8/24/06 0:00 47-6 16720 2.494512.80018.412535.2005. 919 NDND0.4780.0480.000 8/24/06 12:00 47-7 16721 2.108 512.000 17.641 535. 200 5.746 ND ND 0.466 0.051 0.000 8/25/06 0:00 47-8 16722 2.806513.60017.037535.2006. 366 NDND0.4270.0500.000 8/25/06 12:00 47-9 16723 3.580512.80017.822535.2007. 951 NDND0.4270.0610.000 8/26/06 0:00 47-10 16724 1.708512.00012.814535.2006. 268 NDND0.3330.0640.000 8/26/06 12:00 47-11 16725 2.502 512.800 16.621 535. 200 7.039 ND ND 0.424 0.064 0.000 8/27/06 0:00 47-12 16726 3.040512.80016.441535.2006. 567 NDND0.4020.0490.000 8/27/06 12:00 47-13 16727 2.890512.00016.895535.2006. 449 NDND0.4200.0500.000 8/28/06 0:00 47-14 16728 2.256512.80014.799535.2005. 571 NDND0.3760.0460.000 8/28/06 12:00 47-15 16729 1.846 511.200 17.519 535. 200 6.121 ND ND 0.470 0.060 0.000 8/29/06 0:00 47-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/29/06 12:00 47-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/30/06 0:00 47-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/30/06 12:00 48-1 17184 0.077 512.800 1.430 535. 200 0.301 ND ND 0.041 0.0030.000 8/31/06 0:00 48-2 17185 0.160512.8001.344535.2000. 409 NDND0.0360.0030.000 8/31/06 12:00 48-3 17186 0.084512.8001.174535.2000. 301 NDND0.0330.0030.000 9/1/06 0:00 48-4 17187 0.113513.6001.180535.2000. 335 NDND0.0320.0030.000 9/1/06 12:00 48-5 17188 0.087 512.800 1.086 535. 200 0.315 ND ND 0.030 0.0030.000 9/2/06 0:00 48-6 17189 0.123514.4001.243535.2000. 434 NDND0.0340.0040.000 9/2/06 12:00 48-7 17190 0.161514.4001.293535.2000. 488 NDND0.0340.0050.000 9/3/06 0:00 48-8 17191 0.096512.8001.354535.2000. 300 NDND0.0380.0030.000 9/3/06 12:00 48-9 17192 0.070 513.600 1.278 535. 200 0.353 ND ND 0.036 0.0040.000 9/4/06 0:00 48-10 17193 0.097514.4001.297535.2000. 335 NDND0.0360.0030.000 9/4/06 12:00 48-11 17194 0.087514.4001.169535.2000. 442 NDND0.0320.0050.000 9/5/06 0:00 48-12 17195 0.063513.6001.173535.2000. 309 NDND0.0330.0030.000 9/5/06 12:00 48-13 17196 0.041 513.600 1.204 535. 200 0.260 ND ND 0.035 0.0030.000 9/6/06 0:00 48-14 17197 0.070513.6001.248535.2000. 357 NDND0.0350.0040.000 9/6/06 12:00 49-1 17106 0.165512.8001.851535.2000. 672 NDND0.0510.0070.000 9/7/06 0:00 49-2 17107 0.429512.8001.968535.2000. 930 NDND0.0460.0070.000 9/7/06 12:00 49-3 17108 0.263 513.600 1.920 535. 200 0.801 ND ND 0.050 0.0080.000 9/8/06 0:00 49-4 17109 0.124513.6001.393535.2000. 478 NDND0.0380.0050.000 9/8/06 12:00 49-5 17110 0.146513.6001.830535.2000. 868 NDND0.0510.0100.000 9/9/06 0:00 49-6 17111 0.264510.4001.970535.2000. 811 NDND0.0510.0080.000 9/9/06 12:00 49-7 17112 0.126 513.600 1.657 535. 200 0.673 ND ND 0.046 0.0080.000 9/10/06 0:00 49-8 17113 0.159513.6001.427535.2000. 451 NDND0.0380.0040.000 9/10/06 12:00 49-9 17114 0.229512.8001.430535.2000. 544 NDND0.0360.0040.000 9/11/06 0:00 49-10 17115 0.108 513.600 1.532 535. 200 0.323 ND ND 0.043 0.0030.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 136 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/26/06 12:00 1-1 11426 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 9/11/06 12:00 49-11 17116 0.205 512.0001.896 535. 2000.727 ND ND 0.051 0.007 0.000 9/12/06 0:00 49-12 17117 0.091513.6001.592535.2000. 531 NDND0.0450.0060.000 9/12/06 12:00 49-13 17118 0.160512.8001.681535.2000. 452 NDND0.0460.0040.000 9/13/06 0:00 49-14 17119 0.185515.2001.626535.2000. 844 NDND0.0430.0090.000 9/13/06 12:00 49-15 17120 0.147 512.8001.437 535. 2000.485 ND ND 0.039 0.005 0.000 9/14/06 0:00 49-16 17121 0.138514.4001.540535.2000. 599 NDND0.0420.0060.000 9/14/06 12:00 49-17 17122 0.278512.8001.793535.2000. 783 NDND0.0450.0070.000 9/15/06 0:00 49-18 17123 0.309514.4001.893535.2000. 880 NDND0.0480.0080.000 9/15/06 12:00 49-19 17124 0.336 515.2001.888 535. 2001.167 ND ND 0.047 0.012 0.000 9/16/06 0:00 49-20 17125 0.254511.2001.731535.2000. 810 NDND0.0440.0080.000 9/16/06 12:00 49-21 17126 0.100513.6001.482535.2000. 454 NDND0.0410.0050.000 9/17/06 0:00 49-22 17127 0.095514.4001.404535.2000. 603 NDND0.0390.0070.000 9/17/06 12:00 49-23 17128 0.217 512.8001.447 535. 2000.528 ND ND 0.037 0.004 0.000 9/18/06 0:00 49-24 17129 0.235 512.0001.531 535. 2000.647 ND ND 0.039 0.006 0.000 A ppendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 137Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest Probable Flow 1.82 64.2 3288 1371 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 0.9 0 31.8 162 7 678 N/A Probable Average Flow 1.21 42.8 2194 915 N/A Max 5.845 524.800 42.582 549.600 20.266 564.000 8.105 1.256 0.251 0.060 Min 0.049 510.400 0.178 535.200 0.148 555.200 2.625 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 299 280 280 277 277 20 20 332 332 332 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/1/06 12:01 g rabg rab 11097 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 15:38 g rabg rab 11098 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 11:15 grab-grab 11099 ND NDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 14:15 g rabg rab 11100 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 10:12 g rabg rab 11101 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 10:56 g rabg rab 11102 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 13:24 grab-grab 11561 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/8/06 14:44 g rabg rab 11682 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 11:44 g rabg rab 11686 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 13:48 g rabg rab 11690 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 14:15 grab-grab 11700 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/12/06 15:10 g rabg rab 11708 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 11:07 g rabg rab 11770 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 10:37 g rabg rab 11776 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 12:44 grab-grab 11778 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/18/06 16:50 g rabg rab 11781 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 10:57 g rabg rab 11787 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 14:44 g rabg rab 11790 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/5/06 10:34 grab-grab 12152 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/6/06 10:41 g rabg rab 12155 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/7/06 10:45 g rabg rab 12434 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 13:55 g rabg rab 12435 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/9/06 10:10 grab-grab 12444 ND NDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/11/06 13:26 g rabg rab 13421 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/14/06 16:12 g rabg rab 13384 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/16/06 11:03 g rabg rab 13397 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 17:05 grab-grab 13416 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/19/06 19:12 grab-grab 13400 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 138 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/20/06 15:48 grab-grab 13390 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/22/06 14:28 grab-grab 13396 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/26/06 16:06 g rabg rab 13374 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 16:17 g rabg rab 13382 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/29/06 17:50 g rabg rab 13395 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 12:00 1-1 13112 1.043 ND ND ND ND 555.200 3. 286 0.000 0.000 0.031 4/1/06 0:00 1-2 13113 0.831ND NDNDND560.0002.7060.0000.0000.026 4/1/06 12:00 1-3 13114 0.941ND NDNDND558.4002.6250.0000.0000.024 4/2/06 0:00 1-4 13115 1.001ND NDNDND555.2002.9130.0000.0000.027 4/2/06 12:00 1-5 13116 1.026 ND ND ND ND 558.400 3. 143 0.000 0.000 0.030 4/3/06 0:00 1-6 13117 0.983ND NDNDND556.8002.8010.0000.0000.025 4/3/06 12:00 1-7 13118 0.908ND NDNDND564.0002.6730.0000.0000.025 4/4/06 0:00 1-8 13119 1.170ND NDNDND559.2003.0950.0000.0000.027 4/4/06 12:00 1-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/5/06 0:00 1-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/5/06 12:00 1-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/6/06 0:00 1-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/6/06 12:00 1-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/7/06 0:00 1-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/7/06 12:00 1-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/8/06 0:00 2-1 13120 3.845ND NDNDND555.2008.1050.0000.0000.060 4/8/06 12:00 2-2 13121 1.146 ND ND ND ND 556.800 3. 112 0.000 0.000 0.028 4/9/06 0:00 2-3 13122 1.181ND NDNDND555.2002.8280.0000.0000.023 4/9/06 12:00 2-4 13123 0.971ND NDNDND557.6003.0330.0000.0000.029 4/10/06 0:00 2-5 13124 1.239511.2004.688NDND557. 6003.0620.1030.0000.026 4/10/06 12:00 2-6 13125 2.799 ND ND ND ND 555.200 4. 058 0.000 0.000 0.018 4/11/06 0:00 2-7 13126 1.089ND NDNDND558.4003.1040.0000.0000.028 4/11/06 12:00 2-8 13127 0.947ND NDNDND556.0002.9390.0000.0000.028 4/12/06 0:00 2-9 13128 1.157ND NDNDND556.8003.5700.0000.0000.034 4/12/06 12:00 2-10 13129 1.545 ND ND ND ND 555.200 4. 477 0.000 0.000 0.041 4/13/06 0:00 2-11 13130 1.290ND NDNDND558.4003.5940.0000.0000.032 4/13/06 12:00 2-12 13131 1.192ND NDNDND555.2004.1430.0000.0000.041 4/14/06 0:00 2-13 13132 1.941512. 8007.800NDNDNDND0.1760.0000.000 4/14/06 12:00 2-14 13133 1.033 511.200 5.530 ND ND ND ND 0.135 0.000 0.000 4/15/06 0:00 3-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/15/06 12:00 3-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/16/06 0:00 3-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/16/06 12:00 3-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/17/06 0:00 3-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/17/06 12:00 3-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/06 0:00 3-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 139 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/18/06 12:00 3-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 4/19/06 0:00 4-1 13134 0.675 516.8007.520 539. 2006.607 ND ND 0.205 0.083 0.000 4/19/06 12:00 4-2 13135 0.817514.4008.485540.8007. 602 NDND0.2300.0950.000 4/20/06 0:00 4-3 13136 0.675519.2008.827535.2008. 152 NDND0.2450.1050.000 4/20/06 12:00 4-4 13137 0.676516.0007.991539.2007. 539 NDND0.2190.0960.000 4/21/06 0:00 4-5 13138 0.717 518.4007.496 540. 8007.440 ND ND 0.203 0.094 0.000 4/21/06 12:00 4-6 13139 0.895513.6007.267540.0007. 590 NDND0.1910.0940.000 5/10/06 0:00 5-1 14231 1.230517.60010.039541.60012. 076 NDND0.2640.1520.000 5/10/06 12:00 5-2 14232 1.443518.40015.544541.60017. 283 NDND0.4230.2220.000 5/11/06 0:00 5-3 14233 1.515 513.60018.618 540. 80019.461 ND ND 0.513 0.251 0.000 5/11/06 12:00 5-4 14234 1.541514.40015.286536.80016. 989 NDND0.4120.2160.000 5/12/06 0:00 5-5 14235 1.357515.20014.665540.00015. 926 NDND0.3990.2040.000 5/12/06 12:00 5-6 14236 0.928524.8009.463543.20013. 694 NDND0.2560.1790.000 5/13/06 0:00 5-7 14237 1.288 514.40011.963 540. 00013.867 ND ND 0.320 0.176 0.000 5/13/06 12:00 6-1 14081 4.514516.80017.298538.40016. 900 NDND0.3840.1730.000 5/14/06 0:00 6-2 14082 1.432516.80014.493540.80014. 247 NDND0.3920.1790.000 5/14/06 12:00 6-3 14083 4.410515.20016.057539.20016. 021 NDND0.3490.1630.000 5/15/06 0:00 6-4 14084 3.764 513.60013.206 538. 40014.265 ND ND 0.283 0.147 0.000 5/15/06 12:00 6-5 14085 5.845512.80024.995538.40020. 266 NDND0.5750.2020.000 5/16/06 0:00 6-6 14086 5.137513.60018.809539.20016. 744 NDND0.4100.1620.000 5/16/06 12:00 6-7 14087 5.044515.20018.809537.60016. 461 NDND0.4130.1600.000 5/17/06 0:00 6-8 14088 3.648 516.80012.608 540. 00012.231 ND ND 0.269 0.120 0.000 5/17/06 12:00 6-9 14097 1.686516.00011.811538.40011. 454 NDND0.3040.1370.000 5/18/06 0:00 6-10 14098 1.263516.00010.915541.6009. 997 NDND0.2900.1220.000 5/18/06 12:00 6-11 14099 2.983514.40012.850540.00011. 835 NDND0.2960.1240.000 5/19/06 0:00 6-12 14100 1.785 516.80011.403 539. 20010.472 ND ND 0.289 0.122 0.000 5/19/06 12:00 6-13 14101 1.506516.80010.374540.80010. 395 NDND0.2660.1240.000 5/20/06 0:00 6-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 12:00 6-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 0:00 6-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/21/06 12:00 6-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 0:00 6-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 12:00 6-19 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 0:00 6-20 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/23/06 12:00 6-21 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/24/06 0:00 7-1 14600 1.538516.80011.675539.20010. 736 NDND0.3040.1290.000 5/24/06 12:00 7-2 14601 1.675516.00012.593540.00011. 933 NDND0.3280.1440.000 5/25/06 0:00 7-3 14602 1.653 519.200 11.115 540. 800 11.387 ND ND 0.284 0.136 0.000 5/25/06 12:00 7-4 14603 1.460516.80011.638542.40011. 747 NDND0.3050.1440.000 5/26/06 0:00 7-5 14604 1.923516.80011.270540.00010. 589 NDND0.2800.1210.000 5/26/06 12:00 7-6 14605 1.620 516.800 11.545 542. 400 11.734 ND ND 0.298 0.142 0.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 140 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/27/06 0:00 7-7 14606 1.713 514.400 10.473 537. 600 9.115 ND ND 0.263 0.104 0.000 5/27/06 12:00 7-8 14607 1.678 517.600 12.208 543. 200 12.389 ND ND 0.316 0.150 0.000 5/28/06 0:00 7-9 14608 1.502514.4009.561535.2008. 395 NDND0.2420.0970.000 5/28/06 12:00 7-10 14609 1.500515.20011.300540.00010. 982 NDND0.2940.1330.000 5/29/06 0:00 7-11 14610 1.435515.2009.507541.60010. 210 NDND0.2420.1230.000 5/29/06 12:00 7-12 14611 1.546 516.000 8.986 540. 000 10.422 ND ND 0.223 0.124 0.000 5/30/06 0:00 7-13 14612 1.432517.6009.776540.0008. 972 NDND0.2500.1060.000 5/30/06 12:00 7-14 14613 1.547515.20010.118539.2009. 566 NDND0.2570.1120.000 5/31/06 0:00 7-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/31/06 12:00 7-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/1/06 0:00 7-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/1/06 12:00 7-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 0:00 7-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 12:00 7-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/3/06 0:00 7-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 12:00 8-1 14614 2.311514.40011.968540.8009. 773 NDND0.2900.1040.000 6/4/06 0:00 8-2 14615 1.436512.0008.369540.0008. 151 NDND0.2080.0940.000 6/4/06 12:00 8-3 14616 2.925 518.40011.937 535. 20010.489 ND ND 0.270 0.106 0.000 6/5/06 0:00 8-4 14617 5.549514.40018.508535.20012. 645 NDND0.3890.0990.000 6/5/06 12:00 8-5 14618 1.201516.0009.479540.0008. 942 NDND0.2480.1080.000 6/6/06 0:00 8-6 14619 1.625514.40010.690541.6009. 433 NDND0.2720.1090.000 6/6/06 12:00 8-7 14620 1.294 516.0009.235 537. 6007.943 ND ND 0.238 0.093 0.000 6/7/06 0:00 8-8 14621 2.260515.20013.011537.60010. 298 NDND0.3230.1130.000 6/7/06 12:00 8-9 14622 4.884512.80014.706538.40011. 544 NDND0.2950.0930.000 6/8/06 0:00 8-10 14623 1.539512.8009.276536.8008. 315 NDND0.2320.0950.000 6/8/06 12:00 8-11 14624 1.846 515.2009.166 543. 2007.861 ND ND 0.220 0.084 0.000 6/9/06 0:00 8-12 14625 2.176516.0008.906536.0008. 007 NDND0.2020.0820.000 6/9/06 12:00 8-13 14626 4.873516.80013.814536.00010. 403 NDND0.2680.0770.000 6/10/06 0:00 8-14 14627 1.318514.4008.363541.6007. 516 NDND0.2110.0870.000 6/10/06 12:00 8-15 14628 1.657 513.6009.194 535. 2007.549 ND ND 0.226 0.082 0.000 6/11/06 0:00 8-16 14629 3.055510.40011.806535.2008. 864 NDND0.2630.0810.000 6/11/06 12:00 8-17 14630 4.944510.40015.022535.20012. 032 NDND0.3020.0990.000 6/12/06 0:00 8-18 14631 1.313512.0008.031539.2006. 443 NDND0.2020.0720.000 6/12/06 12:00 8-19 14632 2.285 514.40010.185 538. 4008.445 ND ND 0.237 0.086 0.000 6/13/06 0:00 8-20 14633 2.492513.60010.112540.0008. 224 NDND0.2290.0800.000 6/13/06 12:00 8-21 14634 4.594510.40013.244535.2009. 671 NDND0.2600.0710.000 6/14/06 0:00 8-22 14635 1.398515.2009.701540.8007. 611 NDND0.2490.0870.000 6/14/06 12:00 8-23 14636 1.576 510.4009.288 540. 0008.353 ND ND 0.231 0.095 0.000 6/15/06 0:00 9-1 14594 1.493512.80011.583538.4008. 687 NDND0.3030.1010.000 6/15/06 12:00 9-2 14595 1.293515.2007.783542.4007. 138 NDND0.1950.0820.000 6/16/06 0:00 9-3 14596 2.523 515.2008.759 536. 0006.754 ND ND 0.187 0.059 0.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 141 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/16/06 12:00 9-4 14597 1.268 515.200 6.798 539. 200 6.449 ND ND 0.166 0.073 0.000 6/17/06 0:00 9-5 14598 1.404 514.400 7.937 540. 800 6.808 ND ND 0.196 0.076 0.000 6/17/06 12:00 9-6 14599 1.534512.0007.881539.2006. 967 NDND0.1900.0760.000 6/18/06 0:00 9-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/18/06 12:00 9-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/19/06 0:00 9-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/19/06 12:00 9-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/20/06 0:00 9-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/20/06 12:00 10-1 14963 2.492524.80010.899549.60012. 200 NDND0.2520.1360.000 6/21/06 0:00 10-2 14964 3.383 524.800 4.401 549. 600 7.641 ND ND 0.031 0.060 0.000 6/21/06 12:00 10-3 14965 0.132516.0000.178536.0000. 148 NDND0.0010.0000.000 6/22/06 0:00 10-4 14966 2.704524.8004.953549.6006. 384 NDND0.0670.0520.000 6/22/06 12:00 10-5 14967 2.403524.8004.083549.6005. 178 NDND0.0500.0390.000 6/23/06 0:00 10-6 14968 2.399 524.800 4.145 549. 600 5.190 ND ND 0.052 0.039 0.000 6/23/06 12:00 10-7 14969 3.349524.8004.745549.6008. 408 NDND0.0420.0710.000 6/24/06 0:00 10-8 14970 4.310524.8005.436549.6009. 650 NDND0.0340.0750.000 6/24/06 12:00 10-9 14971 3.169524.8004.504549.6007. 735 NDND0.0400.0640.000 6/25/06 0:00 10-10 14972 2.950 524.800 4.026 549. 600 7.431 ND ND 0.032 0.063 0.000 6/25/06 12:00 10-11 14973 2.823524.8005.712549.6009. 500 NDND0.0870.0930.000 6/26/06 0:00 10-12 14974 2.391524.8004.480549.6006. 597 NDND0.0630.0590.000 6/26/06 12:00 10-13 14975 2.364524.8004.291549.6005. 783 NDND0.0580.0480.000 6/27/06 0:00 10-14 14976 2.179 524.800 4.205 549. 600 5.833 ND ND 0.061 0.051 0.000 6/27/06 12:00 10-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/28/06 0:00 10-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/28/06 12:00 10-17 17295 0.184516.0000.562535.2000. 428 NDND0.0110.0030.000 6/29/06 0:00 10-18 17296 0.187 523.2001.042 535. 2000.721 ND ND 0.026 0.007 0.000 6/29/06 12:00 10-19 17297 0.121522.4001.073535.2000. 685 NDND0.0290.0080.000 6/30/06 0:00 10-20 17298 0.102520.8000.672535.2000. 430 NDND0.0170.0050.000 6/30/06 12:00 11-1 17299 0.168510.4000.677535.2000. 448 NDND0.0150.0040.000 7/1/06 0:00 11-2 17300 0.139 524.8000.830 535. 2000.699 ND ND 0.021 0.008 0.000 7/1/06 12:00 11-3 17301 0.168521.6000.889535.2000. 586 NDND0.0220.0060.000 7/2/06 0:00 11-4 17302 0.283524.0001.084535.2000. 961 NDND0.0240.0090.000 7/2/06 12:00 11-5 17303 0.135515.2000.680535.2000. 403 NDND0.0160.0040.000 7/3/06 0:00 11-6 17304 0.152 519.2000.797 535. 2000.562 ND ND 0.019 0.006 0.000 7/3/06 12:00 11-7 17305 0.148516.8000.784535.2000. 525 NDND0.0190.0050.000 7/4/06 0:00 11-8 17306 0.111524.8000.986535.2000. 682 NDND0.0260.0080.000 7/4/06 12:00 11-9 17307 0.175523.2001.156535.2000. 705 NDND0.0290.0070.000 7/5/06 0:00 11-10 17308 0.312 519.2000.791 535. 2000.612 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000 7/5/06 12:00 11-11 17309 0.119512.0000.465535.2000. 262 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/6/06 0:00 11-12 17310 0.261510.4000.659535.2000. 500 NDND0.0120.0030.000 7/6/06 12:00 11-13 17311 0.155 517.6000.572 535. 2000.448 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 143 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/27/06 12:00 14-4 15325 5.458 512.800 8.578 549. 600 9.714 ND ND 0.094 0.060 0.000 7/28/06 0:00 14-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/28/06 12:00 14-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 0:00 14-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 12:00 14-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 0:00 14-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/30/06 12:00 14-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 0:00 14-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 12:00 14-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 0:00 14-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/1/06 12:00 14-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/2/06 0:00 15-1 17573 1.539520.8006.240535.2003. 902 NDND0.1410.0330.000 8/2/06 12:00 15-2 17574 2.593523.2008.058535.2005. 544 NDND0.1640.0410.000 8/3/06 0:00 15-3 17575 1.460 524.8005.703 535. 2004.502 ND ND 0.127 0.043 0.000 8/3/06 12:00 15-4 17576 1.596520.0005.177535.2003. 402 NDND0.1070.0250.000 8/4/06 0:00 15-5 17577 1.603518.4004.843535.2003. 140 NDND0.0970.0220.000 8/4/06 12:00 15-6 17578 1.440520.8005.681535.2003. 542 NDND0.1270.0290.000 8/5/06 0:00 15-7 17579 1.606518.4004.501535.2003. 380 NDND0.0870.0250.000 8/5/06 12:00 15-8 17580 1.020520.0003.221535.2002. 213 NDND0.0660.0170.000 8/6/06 0:00 15-9 17581 0.765519.2002.894535.2001. 859 NDND0.0640.0150.000 8/6/06 12:00 15-10 17582 1.388516.8004.535535.2002. 836 NDND0.0940.0200.000 8/7/06 0:00 15-11 17583 1.173 516.8003.205 535. 2002.341 ND ND 0.061 0.016 0.000 8/7/06 12:00 15-12 17584 0.868520.8003.088535.2001. 851 NDND0.0670.0140.000 8/8/06 0:00 15-13 17585 1.206511.2003.307536.0002. 410 NDND0.0630.0170.000 8/8/06 12:00 15-14 17586 1.063522.4003.827535.2002. 419 NDND0.0830.0190.000 8/9/06 0:00 15-15 17587 0.693 520.0001.902 535. 2001.235 ND ND 0.036 0.008 0.000 8/9/06 12:00 15-16 17588 1.438514.4006.487535.2003. 498 NDND0.1510.0290.000 8/10/06 0:00 15-17 17589 0.729512.80042.582535.2003. 520 NDND1.2560.0390.000 8/10/06 12:00 16-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/11/06 0:00 16-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/11/06 12:00 16-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/12/06 0:00 16-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/12/06 12:00 16-5 SNA SN A SNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/13/06 0:00 16-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/13/06 12:00 16-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/14/06 0:00 16-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/14/06 12:00 16-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/15/06 0:00 16-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/15/06 12:00 16-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/16/06 0:00 16-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/16/06 12:00 16-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 144 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 8/17/06 0:00 16-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/17/06 12:00 16-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/18/06 0:00 16-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/18/06 12:00 16-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASN A SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/19/06 0:00 16-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/19/06 12:00 16-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/20/06 0:00 16-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/20/06 12:00 16-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 0:00 16-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/21/06 12:00 16-23 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/22/06 0:00 17-1 16650 0.403521.6001.413535.2000. 958 NDND0.0300.0080.000 8/22/06 12:00 17-2 16651 0.337517.6000.973535.2000. 643 NDND0.0190.0040.000 8/23/06 0:00 17-3 16652 0.360516.8001.252535.2000. 713 NDND0.0270.0050.000 8/23/06 12:00 17-4 16653 0.320 520.8001.172 535. 2000.770 ND ND 0.026 0.006 0.000 8/24/06 0:00 17-5 16654 0.259521.6001.072535.2000. 641 NDND0.0240.0050.000 8/24/06 12:00 17-6 16655 0.303514.4000.897535.2000. 536 NDND0.0180.0030.000 8/25/06 0:00 17-7 16656 0.214522.4000.946535.2000. 556 NDND0.0220.0050.000 8/25/06 12:00 17-8 16657 0.267521.6000.806535.2000. 491 NDND0.0160.0030.000 8/26/06 0:00 17-9 16658 0.278513.6000.901535.2000. 510 NDND0.0190.0030.000 8/26/06 12:00 17-10 16659 0.249521.6001.082535.2000. 647 NDND0.0250.0060.000 8/27/06 0:00 17-11 16660 0.257510.4000.868536.0000. 445 NDND0.0180.0030.000 8/27/06 12:00 17-12 16661 0.197 516.8000.907 535. 2000.571 ND ND 0.021 0.005 0.000 8/28/06 0:00 17-13 16662 0.311510.4000.914535.2000. 545 NDND0.0180.0030.000 8/28/06 12:00 17-14 16663 0.247518.4000.766535.2000. 529 NDND0.0160.0040.000 8/29/06 0:00 17-15 16664 0.286510.4000.725535.2000. 446 NDND0.0130.0020.000 8/29/06 12:00 17-16 16665 0.277 518.4001.044 535. 2000.638 ND ND 0.023 0.005 0.000 8/30/06 0:00 17-17 16666 0.205510.4000.670535.2000. 392 NDND0.0140.0030.000 8/30/06 12:00 18-1 17447 1.291521.6004.149535.2003. 126 NDND0.0860.0260.000 8/31/06 0:00 18-2 17448 1.632518.4004.298535.2003. 029 NDND0.0800.0200.000 8/31/06 12:00 18-3 17449 1.336 512.0003.708 535. 2002.294 ND ND 0.071 0.013 0.000 9/1/06 0:00 18-4 17450 1.515521.6004.555535.2003. 611 NDND0.0910.0290.000 9/1/06 12:00 18-5 17451 1.525523.2006.243535.2003. 867 NDND0.1420.0330.000 9/2/06 0:00 18-6 17452 1.355523.2007.540535.2004. 673 NDND0.1860.0460.000 9/2/06 12:00 18-7 17453 1.668 516.8003.877 535. 2002.828 ND ND 0.066 0.016 0.000 9/3/06 0:00 18-8 17454 0.975519.2002.786535.2001. 928 NDND0.0540.0130.000 9/3/06 12:00 18-9 17455 1.367518.4003.323535.2002. 385 NDND0.0590.0140.000 9/4/06 0:00 18-10 17456 0.781518.4002.399535.2001. 423 NDND0.0490.0090.000 9/4/06 12:00 18-11 17457 1.397516.8002.751535.2002. 052 NDND0.0410.0090.000 9/5/06 0:00 18-12 17458 0.776524.8002.587535.2002. 169 NDND0.0540.0200.000 9/5/06 12:00 18-13 17459 0.688524.0002.093535.2001. 561 NDND0.0420.0120.000 9/6/06 0:00 18-14 17460 1.542 522.4003.417 535. 2002.902 ND ND 0.056 0.019 0.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 146 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/27/06 0:00 20-18 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 9/27/06 12:00 20-19 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 9/28/06 0:00 20-20 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 12:00 21-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/29/06 0:00 21-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/29/06 12:00 21-3 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/30/06 0:00 21-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/30/06 12:00 21-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/1/06 0:00 21-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/1/06 12:00 21-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/2/06 0:00 21-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/2/06 12:00 21-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/3/06 0:00 21-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/3/06 12:00 21-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/4/06 0:00 21-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/4/06 12:00 21-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/5/06 0:00 21-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/5/06 12:00 21-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/6/06 0:00 21-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/6/06 12:00 21-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/7/06 0:00 21-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/7/06 12:00 21-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/8/06 0:00 21-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/8/06 12:00 21-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/9/06 0:00 21-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/9/06 12:00 21-23 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/10/06 0:00 21-24 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/11/06 0:00 22-1 16934 1.036510.40010.522535.2002. 431 NDND0.2850.0200.000 10/11/06 12:00 22-2 16935 0.462516.0001. 455535.2000.830 NDND 0.0300.0050.000 10/12/06 0:00 22-3 16936 1. 099 513.6002.543 535.2001.953 ND ND 0.043 0.0120.000 10/12/06 12:00 22-4 16937 0.908518.4002. 127535.2001.427 NDND 0.0370.0070.000 10/13/06 0:00 22-5 16938 0.661520.0002.000535.2001. 605 NDND0.0400.0130.000 10/13/06 12:00 22-6 16939 0.556516.0001. 399535.2000.920 NDND 0.0250.0050.000 10/14/06 0:00 22-7 16940 1. 990 518.4004.060 535.2003.481 ND ND 0.062 0.0210.000 10/14/06 12:00 22-8 16941 0.511511.2001. 800535.2000.940 NDND 0.0390.0060.000 10/15/06 0:00 22-9 16942 0.675524.8002.610535.2001. 981 NDND0.0580.0180.000 10/15/06 12:00 22-10 16943 0.595516.8001. 554535.2000.969 NDND 0.0290.0050.000 10/16/06 0:00 22-11 16944 0. 544 510.4001.460 535.2000.890 ND ND 0.027 0.0050.000 10/16/06 12:00 22-12 16945 0.600524.8001. 693535.2001.532 NDND 0.0330.0130.000 10/17/06 0:00 22-13 16946 0.696523.2002.495535.2001. 680 NDND0.0540.0140.000 10/17/06 12:00 22-14 16947 0. 668 519.2001.588 535.2001.128 ND ND 0.028 0.0060.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 147 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 10/18/06 0:00 22-15 16948 0. 728 518.4002.166 535.2001.653 ND ND 0.043 0.013 0.000 10/18/06 12:00 22-16 16949 0. 500 524.0001.654 535.2001.342 ND ND 0.035 0.012 0.000 10/19/06 0:00 23-1 16788 1.895524.8008.115535.2006. 743 NDND0.1870.0680.000 10/19/06 12:00 23-2 16789 2.055524.8005. 612535.2004.713 NDND 0.1070.0370.000 10/20/06 0:00 23-3 16790 1.332518.4004.548535.2003. 238 NDND0.0960.0270.000 10/20/06 12:00 23-4 16791 1. 696 511.2004.861 535.2003.539 ND ND 0.095 0.026 0.000 10/21/06 0:00 23-5 16792 1.409521.6005.808535.2003. 626 NDND0.1320.0310.000 10/21/06 12:00 23-6 16793 2.266516.0005. 540535.2004.490 NDND 0.0980.0310.000 10/22/06 0:00 23-7 16794 1.383518.4003.922535.2002. 953 NDND0.0760.0220.000 10/22/06 12:00 23-8 16795 1. 346 511.2004.401 535.2003.285 ND ND 0.092 0.027 0.000 10/23/06 0:00 23-9 16796 1.134518.4003.594535.2002. 279 NDND0.0740.0160.000 10/23/06 12:00 23-10 16797 1.417510.4006. 157535.2003.270 NDND 0.1420.0260.000 10/24/06 0:00 23-11 16798 2.323510.4009.337535.2006. 778 NDND0.2100.0620.000 10/24/06 12:00 23-12 16799 1. 981 524.80010.728 535.2009.802 ND ND 0.262 0.109 0.000 10/25/06 0:00 23-13 16800 2.151510.4009.024535.2006. 156 NDND0.2060.0560.000 10/25/06 12:00 23-14 16801 2.584517.6008. 579535.2007.992 NDND 0.1800.0760.000 10/26/06 0:00 23-15 16802 1.595524.0004.220535.2004. 017 NDND0.0790.0340.000 10/26/06 12:00 23-16 16803 1. 502 510.4008.138 535.2003.873 ND ND 0.199 0.033 0.000 10/27/06 0:00 23-17 16804 0.870515.2002.690535.2001. 738 NDND0.0550.0120.000 10/27/06 12:00 24-1 16117 1.874516.0004. 293535.2002.829 NDND 0.0730.0130.000 10/28/06 0:00 24-2 16118 1.281511.2003.508535.2002. 142 NDND0.0670.0120.000 10/28/06 12:00 24-3 16119 1. 492 515.2004.062 535.2002.417 ND ND 0.077 0.013 0.000 10/29/06 0:00 24-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/29/06 12:00 24-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 0:00 24-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASN A SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 12:00 24-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/31/06 0:00 24-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/31/06 12:00 24-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 0:00 24-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 12:00 24-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/2/06 0:00 24-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/2/06 12:00 24-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 0:00 24-14 SNA SNASNASNASN A SNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 12:00 24-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/4/06 0:00 24-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/4/06 12:00 24-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 0:00 24-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 12:00 24-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/6/06 0:00 24-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/6/06 12:00 24-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/7/06 0:00 24-22 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 148 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/7/06 12:00 24-23 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/8/06 0:00 25-1 15925 4.695 510.40013.571 536. 00010.511 ND ND 0.266 0.081 0.000 11/8/06 12:00 25-2 15926 1.260510.4002.520536.0001. 791 NDND0.0380.0070.000 11/9/06 0:00 25-3 15927 5.397510.40013.892535.20011. 262 NDND0.2550.0820.000 11/9/06 12:00 25-4 15928 2.697510.4006.711535.2005. 016 NDND0.1200.0320.000 11/10/06 0:00 25-5 15929 1. 624 510.4006.665 535.2004.008 ND ND 0.151 0.033 0.000 11/10/06 12:00 25-6 15930 1.759510.4004. 184535.2003.452 NDND 0.0730.0240.000 11/11/06 0:00 25-7 15931 1.773511.2005.256535.2003. 715 NDND0.1040.0270.000 11/11/06 12:00 25-8 15932 1.163515.2003. 271535.2002.504 NDND 0.0630.0190.000 11/12/06 0:00 25-9 15933 1. 705 510.4004.811 535.2003.948 ND ND 0.093 0.031 0.000 11/12/06 12:00 25-10 15934 1.065518.4002. 434535.2002.122 NDND 0.0410.0150.000 11/13/06 0:00 25-11 15935 1.749510.4004.270535.2003. 521 NDND0.0760.0250.000 11/13/06 12:00 25-12 15936 1.195518.4003. 033535.2002.753 NDND 0.0550.0220.000 11/14/06 0:00 25-13 15937 1. 544 510.4004.754 535.2003.464 ND ND 0.096 0.027 0.000 11/14/06 12:00 25-14 15938 0.575510.4001. 846535.2001.484 NDND 0.0380.0130.000 11/15/06 0:00 25-15 15939 0.961511.2002.439535.2002. 051 NDND0.0440.0150.000 11/15/06 12:00 25-16 15940 1.136510.4002. 972535.2002.324 NDND 0.0550.0170.000 11/16/06 0:00 25-17 15941 1.723516.8003.420536.0003. 055 NDND0.0510.0190.000 11/16/06 12:00 26-1 16840 0.577518.4002. 473535.2001.737 NDND 0.0570.0160.000 11/17/06 0:00 26-2 16841 1.205518.4003.335535.2002. 500 NDND0.0640.0180.000 11/17/06 12:00 26-3 16942 0.675524.8002. 610535.2001.981 NDND 0.0580.0180.000 11/18/06 0:00 26-4 16943 0. 595 516.8001.554 535.2000.969 ND ND 0.029 0.005 0.000 11/18/06 12:00 26-5 16944 0.544510.4001. 460535.2000.890 NDND 0.0270.0050.000 11/19/06 0:00 26-6 16945 0.600524.8001.693535.2001. 532 NDND0.0330.0130.000 11/19/06 12:00 26-7 16946 0.696523.2002. 495535.2001.680 NDND 0.0540.0140.000 11/20/06 0:00 26-8 16947 0. 668 519.2001.588 535.2001.128 ND ND 0.028 0.006 0.000 11/20/06 12:00 26-9 16948 0.728518.4002. 166535.2001.653 NDND 0.0430.0130.000 11/21/06 0:00 26-10 16949 0.500524.0001.654535.2001. 342 NDND0.0350.0120.000 11/21/06 12:00 26-11 16950 0.731 512.8002. 953 535.2001.875 ND ND 0.067 0.016 0.000 Appendix 6: 2006 SESF Tracer Test: SWS Spectrofluorophotometer Data, continued

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 149Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data. m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest P robable Flow 1.82 64.2 3288 1371 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 0.9 0 31.8 162 7 678 N/A Probable Average Flow 1.21 42.8 2194 915 N/A Max 5.845 524.800 42.582 549.600 20.266 564.000 8.105 1.256 0.251 0.060 Min 0.049 510.400 0.178 535.200 0.148 555.200 2.625 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 299 280 280 277 277 20 20 332 332 332 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/1/06 12:01 g rabg rab 11097 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 15:38 g rabg rab 11098 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 11:15 grab-grab 11099 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/4/06 14:15 g rabg rab 11100 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 10:12 g rabg rab 11101 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 10:56 g rabg rab 11102 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 13:24 grab-grab 11561 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/8/06 14:44 g rabg rab 11682 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 11:44 g rabg rab 11686 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 13:48 g rabg rab 11690 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 14:15 grab-grab 11700 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/12/06 15:10 g rabg rab 11708 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 11:07 g rabg rab 11770 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 10:37 g rabg rab 11776 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 12:44 grab-grab 11778 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/18/06 16:50 g rabg rab 11781 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 10:57 g rabg rab 11787 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 14:44 g rabg rab 11790 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/5/06 10:34 grab-grab 12152 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/6/06 10:41 g rabg rab 12155 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/7/06 10:45 g rabg rab 12434 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 13:55 g rabg rab 12435 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/9/06 10:10 grab-grab 12444 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/11/06 13:26 g rabg rab 13421 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/14/06 16:12 g rabg rab 13384 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/16/06 11:03 g rabg rab 13397 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 17:05 grab-grab 13416 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/19/06 19:12 grab-grab 13400 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 150 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/20/06 15:48 grab-13390 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/22/06 14:28 grab-13396 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/26/06 16:06 g rab-13374 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 16:17 g rab-13382 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/29/06 17:50 g rab-13395 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 12:00 1-1 13112 1.043 ND ND ND ND 555.200 3. 286 0.000 0.000 0.031 4/1/06 0:00 1-2 13113 0.831ND NDNDND560.0002.7060.0000.0000.026 4/1/06 12:00 1-3 13114 0.941ND NDNDND558.4002.6250.0000.0000.024 4/2/06 0:00 1-4 13115 1.001ND NDNDND555.2002.9130.0000.0000.027 4/2/06 12:00 1-5 13116 1.026 ND ND ND ND 558.400 3. 143 0.000 0.000 0.030 4/3/06 0:00 1-6 13117 0.983ND NDNDND556.8002.8010.0000.0000.025 4/3/06 12:00 1-7 13118 0.908ND NDNDND564.0002.6730.0000.0000.025 4/4/06 0:00 1-8 13119 1.170ND NDNDND559.2003.0950.0000.0000.027 4/4/06 12:00 1-9 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/5/06 0:00 1-10 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/5/06 12:00 1-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/6/06 0:00 1-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/6/06 12:00 1-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/7/06 0:00 1-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/7/06 12:00 1-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/8/06 0:00 2-1 13120 3.845ND NDNDND555.2008.1050.0000.0000.060 4/8/06 12:00 2-2 13121 1.146 ND ND ND ND 556.800 3. 112 0.000 0.000 0.028 4/9/06 0:00 2-3 13122 1.181ND NDNDND555.2002.8280.0000.0000.023 4/9/06 12:00 2-4 13123 0.971ND NDNDND557.6003.0330.0000.0000.029 4/10/06 0:00 2-5 13124 1.239511.2004.688NDND557. 6003.0620.1030.0000.026 4/10/06 12:00 2-6 13125 2.799 ND ND ND ND 555.200 4. 058 0.000 0.000 0.018 4/11/06 0:00 2-7 13126 1.089ND NDNDND558.4003.1040.0000.0000.028 4/11/06 12:00 2-8 13127 0.947ND NDNDND556.0002.9390.0000.0000.028 4/12/06 0:00 2-9 13128 1.157ND NDNDND556.8003.5700.0000.0000.034 4/12/06 12:00 2-10 13129 1.545 ND ND ND ND 555.200 4. 477 0.000 0.000 0.041 4/13/06 0:00 2-11 13130 1.290ND NDNDND558.4003.5940.0000.0000.032 4/13/06 12:00 2-12 13131 1.192ND NDNDND555.2004.1430.0000.0000.041 4/14/06 0:00 2-13 13132 1.941512. 8007.800NDNDNDND0.1760.0000.000 4/14/06 12:00 2-14 13133 1.033 511.200 5.530 ND ND ND ND 0.135 0.000 0.000 4/15/06 0:00 3-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/15/06 12:00 3-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/16/06 0:00 3-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/16/06 12:00 3-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/17/06 0:00 3-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/17/06 12:00 3-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/18/06 0:00 3-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A A ppendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 151 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/18/06 12:00 3-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 4/19/06 0:00 4-1 13134 0.675 516.8007.520 539. 2006.607 ND ND 0.205 0.0830.000 4/19/06 12:00 4-2 13135 0.817514.4008.485540.8007. 602 NDND0.2300.0950.000 4/20/06 0:00 4-3 13136 0.675519.2008.827535.2008. 152 NDND0.2450.1050.000 4/20/06 12:00 4-4 13137 0.676516.0007.991539.2007. 539 NDND0.2190.0960.000 4/21/06 0:00 4-5 13138 0.717 518.4007.496 540. 8007.440 ND ND 0.203 0.0940.000 4/21/06 12:00 4-6 13139 0.895513.6007.267540.0007. 590 NDND0.1910.0940.000 5/10/06 0:00 5-1 14231 1.230517.60010.039541.60012. 076 NDND0.2640.1520.000 5/10/06 12:00 5-2 14232 1.443518.40015.544541.60017. 283 NDND0.4230.2220.000 5/11/06 0:00 5-3 14233 1.515 513.60018.618 540. 80019.461 ND ND 0.513 0.2510.000 5/11/06 12:00 5-4 14234 1.541514.40015.286536.80016. 989 NDND0.4120.2160.000 5/12/06 0:00 5-5 14235 1.357515.20014.665540.00015. 926 NDND0.3990.2040.000 5/12/06 12:00 5-6 14236 0.928524.8009.463543.20013. 694 NDND0.2560.1790.000 5/13/06 0:00 5-7 14237 1.288 514.40011.963 540. 00013.867 ND ND 0.320 0.1760.000 5/13/06 12:00 6-1 14081 4.514516.80017.298538.40016. 900 NDND0.3840.1730.000 5/14/06 0:00 6-2 14082 1.432516.80014.493540.80014. 247 NDND0.3920.1790.000 5/14/06 12:00 6-3 14083 4.410515.20016.057539.20016. 021 NDND0.3490.1630.000 5/15/06 0:00 6-4 14084 3.764513.60013.206538.40014. 265 NDND0.2830.1470.000 5/15/06 12:00 6-5 14085 5.845512.80024.995538.40020. 266 NDND0.5750.2020.000 5/16/06 0:00 6-6 14086 5.137513.60018.809539.20016. 744 NDND0.4100.1620.000 5/16/06 12:00 6-7 14087 5.044515.20018.809537.60016. 461 NDND0.4130.1600.000 5/17/06 0:00 6-8 14088 3.648 516.80012.608 540. 00012.231 ND ND 0.269 0.1200.000 5/17/06 12:00 6-9 14097 1.686516.00011.811538.40011. 454 NDND0.3040.1370.000 5/18/06 0:00 6-10 14098 1.263516.00010.915541.6009. 997 NDND0.2900.1220.000 5/18/06 12:00 6-11 14099 2.983514.40012.850540.00011. 835 NDND0.2960.1240.000 5/19/06 0:00 6-12 14100 1.785 516.80011.403 539. 20010.472 ND ND 0.289 0.1220.000 5/19/06 12:00 6-13 14101 1.506516.80010.374540.80010. 395 NDND0.2660.1240.000 5/20/06 0:00 6-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 12:00 6-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/21/06 0:00 6-16 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/21/06 12:00 6-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 0:00 6-18 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/22/06 12:00 6-19 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/23/06 0:00 6-20 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 5/23/06 12:00 6-21 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/24/06 0:00 7-1 14600 1.538516.80011.675539.20010. 736 NDND0.3040.1290.000 5/24/06 12:00 7-2 14601 1.675516.00012.593540.00011. 933 NDND0.3280.1440.000 5/25/06 0:00 7-3 14602 1.653519.20011.115540.80011. 387 NDND0.2840.1360.000 5/25/06 12:00 7-4 14603 1.460516.80011.638542.40011. 747 NDND0.3050.1440.000 5/26/06 0:00 7-5 14604 1.923516.80011.270540.00010. 589 NDND0.2800.1210.000 5/26/06 12:00 7-6 14605 1.620 516.800 11.545 542. 400 11.734 ND ND 0.298 0.142 0.000 Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 152 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/27/06 0:00 7-7 14606 1.713 514.400 10.473 537. 600 9.115 ND ND 0.263 0.104 0.000 5/27/06 12:00 7-8 14607 1.678 517.600 12.208 543. 200 12.389 ND ND 0.316 0.150 0.000 5/28/06 0:00 7-9 14608 1.502514.4009.561535.2008. 395 NDND0.2420.0970.000 5/28/06 12:00 7-10 14609 1.500515.20011.300540.00010. 982 NDND0.2940.1330.000 5/29/06 0:00 7-11 14610 1.435515.2009.507541.60010. 210 NDND0.2420.1230.000 5/29/06 12:00 7-12 14611 1.546 516.000 8.986 540. 000 10.422 ND ND 0.223 0.124 0.000 5/30/06 0:00 7-13 14612 1.432517.6009.776540.0008. 972 NDND0.2500.1060.000 5/30/06 12:00 7-14 14613 1.547515.20010.118539.2009. 566 NDND0.2570.1120.000 5/31/06 0:00 7-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/31/06 12:00 7-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/1/06 0:00 7-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/1/06 12:00 7-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 0:00 7-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/2/06 12:00 7-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 6/3/06 0:00 7-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/3/06 12:00 8-1 14614 2.311514.40011.968540.8009. 773 NDND0.2900.1040.000 6/4/06 0:00 8-2 14615 1.436512.0008.369540.0008. 151 NDND0.2080.0940.000 6/4/06 12:00 8-3 14616 2.925518.40011.937535.20010. 489 NDND0.2700.1060.000 6/5/06 0:00 8-4 14617 5.549514.40018.508535.20012. 645 NDND0.3890.0990.000 6/5/06 12:00 8-5 14618 1.201516.0009.479540.0008. 942 NDND0.2480.1080.000 6/6/06 0:00 8-6 14619 1.625514.40010.690541.6009. 433 NDND0.2720.1090.000 6/6/06 12:00 8-7 14620 1.294 516.0009.235 537. 6007.943 ND ND 0.238 0.0930.000 6/7/06 0:00 8-8 14621 2.260515.20013.011537.60010. 298 NDND0.3230.1130.000 6/7/06 12:00 8-9 14622 4.884512.80014.706538.40011. 544 NDND0.2950.0930.000 6/8/06 0:00 8-10 14623 1.539512.8009.276536.8008. 315 NDND0.2320.0950.000 6/8/06 12:00 8-11 14624 1.846 515.2009.166 543. 2007.861 ND ND 0.220 0.0840.000 6/9/06 0:00 8-12 14625 2.176516.0008.906536.0008. 007 NDND0.2020.0820.000 6/9/06 12:00 8-13 14626 4.873516.80013.814536.00010. 403 NDND0.2680.0770.000 6/10/06 0:00 8-14 14627 1.318514.4008.363541.6007. 516 NDND0.2110.0870.000 6/10/06 12:00 8-15 14628 1.657 513.6009.194 535. 2007.549 ND ND 0.226 0.0820.000 6/11/06 0:00 8-16 14629 3.055510.40011.806535.2008. 864 NDND0.2630.0810.000 6/11/06 12:00 8-17 14630 4.944510.40015.022535.20012. 032 NDND0.3020.0990.000 6/12/06 0:00 8-18 14631 1.313512.0008.031539.2006. 443 NDND0.2020.0720.000 6/12/06 12:00 8-19 14632 2.285 514.40010.185 538. 4008.445 ND ND 0.237 0.0860.000 6/13/06 0:00 8-20 14633 2.492513.60010.112540.0008. 224 NDND0.2290.0800.000 6/13/06 12:00 8-21 14634 4.594510.40013.244535.2009. 671 NDND0.2600.0710.000 6/14/06 0:00 8-22 14635 1.398515.2009.701540.8007. 611 NDND0.2490.0870.000 6/14/06 12:00 8-23 14636 1.576510.4009.288540.0008. 353 NDND0.2310.0950.000 6/15/06 0:00 9-1 14594 1.493512.80011.583538.4008. 687 NDND0.3030.1010.000 6/15/06 12:00 9-2 14595 1.293515.2007.783542.4007. 138 NDND0.1950.0820.000 6/16/06 0:00 9-3 14596 2.523 515.2008.759 536. 0006.754 ND ND 0.187 0.0590.000 Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 154 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/7/06 0:00 11-14 17312 0.262 511.200 0.733 535. 200 0.454 ND ND 0.014 0.003 0.000 7/7/06 12:00 11-15 17313 0.084 518.400 0.442 535. 200 0.336 ND ND 0.011 0.004 0.000 7/8/06 0:00 11-16 17314 0.201520.0000.875535.2000. 545 NDND0.0200.0050.000 7/8/06 12:00 11-17 17315 0.192515.2000.684535.2000. 409 NDND0.0150.0030.000 7/9/06 0:00 11-18 17316 0.199523.2001.303535.2000. 789 NDND0.0330.0080.000 7/9/06 12:00 11-19 17317 0.211 521.600 0.883 535. 200 0.590 ND ND 0.020 0.005 0.000 7/10/06 0:00 11-20 17318 0.304521.6000.925535.2000. 708 NDND0.0190.0060.000 7/10/06 12:00 11-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/11/06 0:00 12-1 17689 0.085520.8000.412535.2000. 217 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/11/06 12:00 12-2 17690 0.077 511.2000.418 535. 2000.227 ND ND 0.010 0.0020.000 7/12/06 0:00 12-3 17691 0.080520.8000.592535.2000. 332 NDND0.0150.0040.000 7/12/06 12:00 12-4 17692 0.069520.8000.533535.2000. 286 NDND0.0140.0030.000 7/13/06 0:00 12-5 17693 0.088519.2000.700535.2000. 398 NDND0.0180.0040.000 7/13/06 12:00 12-6 17694 0.049 511.2000.342 535. 2000.180 ND ND 0.009 0.0020.000 7/14/06 0:00 12-7 17695 0.076519.2000.598535.2000. 320 NDND0.0160.0030.000 7/14/06 12:00 12-8 17696 0.126520.8000.447535.2000. 272 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/15/06 0:00 12-9 17697 0.073519.2000.444535.2000. 213 NDND0.0110.0020.000 7/15/06 12:00 12-10 17698 0.077 521.6000.499 535. 2000.225 ND ND 0.013 0.0020.000 7/16/06 0:00 12-11 17699 0.065512.8000.360535.2000. 170 NDND0.0090.0010.000 7/16/06 12:00 12-12 17700 0.090521.6000.512535.2000. 272 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/17/06 0:00 12-13 17701 0.107521.6000.608535.2000. 308 NDND0.0150.0030.000 7/17/06 12:00 12-14 17702 0.055 519.2000.323 535. 2000.166 ND ND 0.008 0.0020.000 7/18/06 0:00 12-15 17703 0.125518.4000.648535.2000. 348 NDND0.0160.0030.000 7/18/06 12:00 12-16 17704 0.114523.2000.730535.2000. 401 NDND0.0180.0040.000 7/19/06 0:00 13-1 17661 0.242517.6000.645535.2000. 441 NDND0.0120.0030.000 7/19/06 12:00 13-2 17662 0.143 518.4000.718 535. 2000.443 ND ND 0.017 0.0040.000 7/20/06 0:00 13-3 17663 0.465510.4001.281535.2000. 836 NDND0.0240.0050.000 7/20/06 12:00 13-4 17664 0.138524.8000.682535.2000. 464 NDND0.0160.0050.000 7/21/06 0:00 13-5 17665 0.131510.4000.462535.2000. 258 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/21/06 12:00 13-6 17666 0.293 510.4000.713 535. 2000.514 ND ND 0.013 0.0030.000 7/22/06 0:00 13-7 17667 0.395510.4001.236535.2000. 825 NDND0.0250.0060.000 7/22/06 12:00 13-8 17668 0.296510.4000.824535.2000. 615 NDND0.0160.0040.000 7/23/06 0:00 13-9 17669 0.161516.0000.596535.2000. 381 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/23/06 12:00 13-10 17670 0.333 511.2001.309 536. 0000.610 ND ND 0.029 0.0040.000 7/24/06 0:00 13-11 17671 0.141510.4000.623535.2000. 314 NDND0.0140.0020.000 7/24/06 12:00 13-12 17672 0.224518.4000.657536.8000. 411 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/25/06 0:00 13-13 17673 0.245512.8000.702536.0000. 410 NDND0.0140.0020.000 7/25/06 12:00 13-14 17674 0.195 521.6000.686 535. 2000.546 ND ND 0.015 0.0050.000 7/26/06 0:00 14-1 15322 3.632512.8004.922549.6005. 474 NDND0.0390.0260.000 7/26/06 12:00 14-2 15323 2.211524.8004.024549.6006. 111 NDND0.0540.0550.000 7/27/06 0:00 14-3 15324 3.158 524.8004.686 549. 6007.062 ND ND 0.046 0.0550.000 Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 155 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/27/06 12:00 14-4 15325 5.458 512.800 8.578 549. 600 9.714 ND ND 0.094 0.060 0.000 7/28/06 0:00 14-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/28/06 12:00 14-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 0:00 14-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 12:00 14-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 0:00 14-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/30/06 12:00 14-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 0:00 14-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 12:00 14-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 0:00 14-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/1/06 12:00 14-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/2/06 0:00 15-1 17573 1.539520.8006.240535.2003. 902 NDND0.1410.0330.000 8/2/06 12:00 15-2 17574 2.593523.2008.058535.2005. 544 NDND0.1640.0410.000 8/3/06 0:00 15-3 17575 1.460 524.8005.703 535. 2004.502 ND ND 0.127 0.043 0.000 8/3/06 12:00 15-4 17576 1.596520.0005.177535.2003. 402 NDND0.1070.0250.000 8/4/06 0:00 15-5 17577 1.603518.4004.843535.2003. 140 NDND0.0970.0220.000 8/4/06 12:00 15-6 17578 1.440520.8005.681535.2003. 542 NDND0.1270.0290.000 8/5/06 0:00 15-7 17579 1.606518.4004.501535.2003. 380 NDND0.0870.0250.000 8/5/06 12:00 15-8 17580 1.020520.0003.221535.2002. 213 NDND0.0660.0170.000 8/6/06 0:00 15-9 17581 0.765519.2002.894535.2001. 859 NDND0.0640.0150.000 8/6/06 12:00 15-10 17582 1.388516.8004.535535.2002. 836 NDND0.0940.0200.000 8/7/06 0:00 15-11 17583 1.173 516.8003.205 535. 2002.341 ND ND 0.061 0.016 0.000 8/7/06 12:00 15-12 17584 0.868520.8003.088535.2001. 851 NDND0.0670.0140.000 8/8/06 0:00 15-13 17585 1.206511.2003.307536.0002. 410 NDND0.0630.0170.000 8/8/06 12:00 15-14 17586 1.063522.4003.827535.2002. 419 NDND0.0830.0190.000 8/9/06 0:00 15-15 17587 0.693 520.0001.902 535. 2001.235 ND ND 0.036 0.008 0.000 8/9/06 12:00 15-16 17588 1.438514.4006.487535.2003. 498 NDND0.1510.0290.000 8/10/06 0:00 15-17 17589 0.729512.80042.582535.2003. 520 NDND1.2560.0390.000 8/10/06 12:00 16-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/11/06 0:00 16-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/11/06 12:00 16-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/12/06 0:00 16-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/12/06 12:00 16-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/13/06 0:00 16-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/13/06 12:00 16-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/14/06 0:00 16-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/14/06 12:00 16-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/15/06 0:00 16-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/15/06 12:00 16-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/16/06 0:00 16-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/16/06 12:00 16-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 157 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/6/06 12:00 18-15 17461 0.987 517.6002.290 535. 200 1.860 ND ND 0.039 0.012 0.000 9/7/06 0:00 18-16 17462 1.350 519.2002.716 535. 200 2.095 ND ND 0.041 0.010 0.000 9/7/06 12:00 18-17 17463 0.841520.8002.753535.2002. 052 NDND0.0570.0170.000 9/8/06 0:00 18-18 17464 0.654518.4001.608535.2001. 147 NDND0.0290.0070.000 9/8/06 12:00 19-1 17052 0.301515.2000.810535.2000. 603 NDND0.0150.0040.000 9/9/06 0:00 19-2 17052 0.301 515.2000.810 535. 200 0.603 ND ND 0.015 0.004 0.000 9/9/06 12:00 19-3 17053 0.252518.4000.643535.2000. 452 NDND0.0120.0030.000 9/10/06 0:00 19-4 17054 0.278516.0001.038535.2000. 795 NDND0.0230.0070.000 9/10/06 12:00 19-5 17055 0.123515.2000.363535.2000. 272 NDND0.0070.0020.000 9/11/06 0:00 19-6 17056 0.404 520.0001.473 535. 200 1.144 ND ND 0.032 0.010 0.000 9/11/06 12:00 19-7 17057 0.163512.8000.612535.2000. 363 NDND0.0130.0030.000 9/12/06 0:00 19-8 17058 0.341524.8000.914535.2000. 837 NDND0.0170.0070.000 9/12/06 12:00 19-9 17059 0.310516.8000.924535.2000. 582 NDND0.0180.0040.000 9/13/06 0:00 19-10 17060 0.518 510.4001.063 535. 200 0.914 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000 9/13/06 12:00 19-11 17061 0.208524.8000.874535.2000. 682 NDND0.0200.0070.000 9/14/06 0:00 19-12 17062 0.201510.4000.710535.2000. 544 NDND0.0150.0050.000 9/14/06 12:00 19-13 17063 0.555517.6001.194535.2000. 959 NDND0.0190.0060.000 9/15/06 0:00 19-14 17064 0.629518.4001.515535.2001. 399 NDND0.0270.0110.000 9/15/06 12:00 19-15 17065 0.524517.6001.146535.2000. 973 NDND0.0190.0060.000 9/16/06 0:00 19-16 17066 0.403516.8001.104535.2000. 969 NDND0.0210.0080.000 9/16/06 12:00 19-17 17067 0.206521.6000.602535.2000. 495 NDND0.0120.0040.000 9/17/06 0:00 19-18 17068 0.217 518.4000.870 535. 200 0.564 ND ND 0.020 0.005 0.000 9/17/06 12:00 19-19 17069 0.489523.2001.679535.2001. 451 NDND0.0360.0130.000 9/18/06 0:00 19-20 17069 0.489523.2001.679535.2001. 451 NDND0.0360.0130.000 9/18/06 12:00 20-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/19/06 0:00 20-2 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 9/19/06 12:00 20-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/20/06 0:00 20-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/20/06 12:00 20-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/21/06 0:00 20-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 9/21/06 12:00 20-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 0:00 20-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/22/06 12:00 20-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 0:00 20-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 9/23/06 12:00 20-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 0:00 20-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 12:00 20-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 0:00 20-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 12:00 20-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 0:00 20-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 12:00 20-17 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 159 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 10/18/06 0:00 22-15 16948 0. 728 518.4002.166 535.2001.653 ND ND 0.043 0.013 0.000 10/18/06 12:00 22-16 16949 0. 500 524.0001.654 535.2001.342 ND ND 0.035 0.012 0.000 10/19/06 0:00 23-1 16788 1.895524.8008.115535.2006. 743 NDND0.1870.0680.000 10/19/06 12:00 23-2 16789 2.055524.8005. 612535.2004.713 NDND 0.1070.0370.000 10/20/06 0:00 23-3 16790 1.332518.4004.548535.2003. 238 NDND0.0960.0270.000 10/20/06 12:00 23-4 16791 1. 696 511.2004.861 535.2003.539 ND ND 0.095 0.026 0.000 10/21/06 0:00 23-5 16792 1.409521.6005.808535.2003. 626 NDND0.1320.0310.000 10/21/06 12:00 23-6 16793 2.266516.0005. 540535.2004.490 NDND 0.0980.0310.000 10/22/06 0:00 23-7 16794 1.383518.4003.922535.2002. 953 NDND0.0760.0220.000 10/22/06 12:00 23-8 16795 1. 346 511.2004.401 535.2003.285 ND ND 0.092 0.027 0.000 10/23/06 0:00 23-9 16796 1.134518.4003.594535.2002. 279 NDND0.0740.0160.000 10/23/06 12:00 23-10 16797 1.417510.4006. 157535.2003.270 NDND 0.1420.0260.000 10/24/06 0:00 23-11 16798 2.323510.4009.337535.2006. 778 NDND0.2100.0620.000 10/24/06 12:00 23-12 16799 1. 981 524.80010.728 535.2009.802 ND ND 0.262 0.109 0.000 10/25/06 0:00 23-13 16800 2.151510.4009.024535.2006. 156 NDND0.2060.0560.000 10/25/06 12:00 23-14 16801 2.584517.6008. 579535.2007.992 NDND 0.1800.0760.000 10/26/06 0:00 23-15 16802 1.595524.0004.220535.2004. 017 NDND0.0790.0340.000 10/26/06 12:00 23-16 16803 1.502510.4008. 138535.2003.873 NDND 0.1990.0330.000 10/27/06 0:00 23-17 16804 0.870515.2002.690535.2001. 738 NDND0.0550.0120.000 10/27/06 12:00 24-1 16117 1.874516.0004. 293535.2002.829 NDND 0.0730.0130.000 10/28/06 0:00 24-2 16118 1.281511.2003.508535.2002. 142 NDND0.0670.0120.000 10/28/06 12:00 24-3 16119 1. 492 515.2004.062 535.2002.417 ND ND 0.077 0.013 0.000 10/29/06 0:00 24-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/29/06 12:00 24-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 0:00 24-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/30/06 12:00 24-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/31/06 0:00 24-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/31/06 12:00 24-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 0:00 24-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 12:00 24-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/2/06 0:00 24-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/2/06 12:00 24-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 0:00 24-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/3/06 12:00 24-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/4/06 0:00 24-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/4/06 12:00 24-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 0:00 24-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/5/06 12:00 24-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/6/06 0:00 24-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/6/06 12:00 24-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/7/06 0:00 24-22 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 160 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/7/06 12:00 24-23 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/8/06 0:00 25-1 15925 4.695 510.40013.571 536. 00010.511 ND ND 0.266 0.081 0.000 11/8/06 12:00 25-2 15926 1.260510.4002.520536.0001. 791 NDND0.0380.0070.000 11/9/06 0:00 25-3 15927 5.397510.40013.892535.20011. 262 NDND0.2550.0820.000 11/9/06 12:00 25-4 15928 2.697510.4006.711535.2005. 016 NDND0.1200.0320.000 11/10/06 0:00 25-5 15929 1. 624 510.4006.665 535.2004.008 ND ND 0.151 0.033 0.000 11/10/06 12:00 25-6 15930 1.759510.4004. 184535.2003.452 NDND 0.0730.0240.000 11/11/06 0:00 25-7 15931 1.773511.2005.256535.2003. 715 NDND0.1040.0270.000 11/11/06 12:00 25-8 15932 1.163515.2003. 271535.2002.504 NDND 0.0630.0190.000 11/12/06 0:00 25-9 15933 1. 705 510.4004.811 535.2003.948 ND ND 0.093 0.031 0.000 11/12/06 12:00 25-10 15934 1.065518.4002. 434535.2002.122 NDND 0.0410.0150.000 11/13/06 0:00 25-11 15935 1.749510.4004.270535.2003. 521 NDND0.0760.0250.000 11/13/06 12:00 25-12 15936 1.195518.4003. 033535.2002.753 NDND 0.0550.0220.000 11/14/06 0:00 25-13 15937 1. 544 510.4004.754 535.2003.464 ND ND 0.096 0.027 0.000 11/14/06 12:00 25-14 15938 0.575510.4001. 846535.2001.484 NDND 0.0380.0130.000 11/15/06 0:00 25-15 15939 0.961511.2002.439535.2002. 051 NDND0.0440.0150.000 11/15/06 12:00 25-16 15940 1.136510.4002. 972535.2002.324 NDND 0.0550.0170.000 11/16/06 0:00 25-17 15941 1. 723 516.8003.420 536.0003.055 ND ND 0.051 0.019 0.000 11/16/06 12:00 26-1 16840 0.577518.4002. 473535.2001.737 NDND 0.0570.0160.000 11/17/06 0:00 26-2 16841 1.205518.4003.335535.2002. 500 NDND0.0640.0180.000 11/17/06 12:00 26-3 16942 0.675524.8002. 610535.2001.981 NDND 0.0580.0180.000 11/18/06 0:00 26-4 16943 0. 595 516.8001.554 535.2000.969 ND ND 0.029 0.005 0.000 11/18/06 12:00 26-5 16944 0.544510.4001. 460535.2000.890 NDND 0.0270.0050.000 11/19/06 0:00 26-6 16945 0.600524.8001.693535.2001. 532 NDND0.0330.0130.000 11/19/06 12:00 26-7 16946 0.696523.2002. 495535.2001.680 NDND 0.0540.0140.000 11/20/06 0:00 26-8 16947 0. 668 519.2001.588 535.2001.128 ND ND 0.028 0.006 0.000 11/20/06 12:00 26-9 16948 0.728518.4002. 166535.2001.653 NDND 0.0430.0130.000 11/21/06 0:00 26-10 16949 0.500524.0001.654535.2001. 342 NDND0.0350.0120.000 11/21/06 12:00 26-11 16950 0.731 512.8002. 953 535.2001.875 ND ND 0.067 0.016 0.000 Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 161 Appendix 8: WKB spectro fluorophotometer data. m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest Probable Flow 1.82 64.2 3 5 2 0 154 5 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 0.9 0 31.8 1741 764 N/A Probable Average Flow 1.21 42.8 2349 1031 N/A Max 9.320 524.800 27.036 549.600 22.542 563.200 7.224 0.629 0.257 0.087 Min 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Count 475 442 442 441 441 128 128 520 520 520 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/1/06 13:15 g rabg rab 11165 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 15:01 g rabg rab 11164 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 10:34 grab-grab 11168 ND NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 14:44 g rabg rab 11169 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 10:45 g rabg rab 11166 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 11:28 g rabg rab 11167 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 13:40 grab-grab 11566 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 2/8/06 14:20 g rabg rab 11681 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 12:05 g rabg rab 11685 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 14:14 g rabg rab 11691 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 14:29 grab-grab 11701 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 2/12/06 15:00 g rabg rab 11709 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 10:55 g rabg rab 11771 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 10:24 g rabg rab 11774 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 13:21 grab-grab 11777 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 2/18/06 16:03 g rabg rab 11783 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 11:26 g rabg rab 11788 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 14:30 g rabg rab 11789 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/22/06 17:45 grab-grab 12627 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 2/24/06 9:45 g rabg rab 12628 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/25/06 16:08 g rabg rab 12629 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/26/06 13:00 g rabg rab 12630 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/27/06 14:05 grab-grab 12631 ND NDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 2/28/06 11:20 g rabg rab 12632 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/1/06 10:45 g rabg rab 12633 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/2/06 18:35 g rabg rab 12634 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/3/06 16:44 grab-grab 12635 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 3/4/06 14:47 grab-grab 12636 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 162 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/7/06 10:53 grab-grab 12432 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/8/06 14:05 grab-grab 12438 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/9/06 10:15 g rabg rab 12441 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 13:25 g rabg rab 12463 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 0:00 1-1 12791 0.985NDND NDND 556.0002.873 0.0000.0000.026 3/23/06 12:00 1-2 12792 0.985 ND ND ND ND 559.200 2. 659 0.000 0.000 0.023 3/24/06 0:00 1-3 12793 0.985NDND NDND 558.4002.573 0.0000.0000.022 3/24/06 12:00 1-4 12794 0.985NDND NDND 559.2002.566 0.0000.0000.022 3/25/06 0:00 1-5 12795 0.985NDND NDND 559.2003.279 0.0000.0000.032 3/25/06 12:00 1-6 12796 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/26/06 0:00 1-7 12797 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/26/06 12:00 1-8 12798 0.985NDND NDND 555.2003.531 0.0000.0000.036 3/27/06 0:00 1-9 12799 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/27/06 12:00 1-10 12800 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/28/06 0:00 1-11 12801 0.985NDND NDND 555.2005.505 0.0000.0000.063 3/28/06 12:00 1-12 12802 0.985NDND NDND 555.2004.205 0.0000.0000.045 3/29/06 0:00 1-13 12803 0.985NDND NDND 556.0007.224 0.0000.0000.087 3/29/06 12:00 1-14 12804 0.985NDND NDND 556.8004.176 0.0000.0000.045 3/30/06 0:00 1-15 12805 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/30/06 12:00 1-16 12806 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 0:00 1-17 12807 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/31/06 12:00 2-1 13201 0.985 513.600 7.461 ND ND 555.2004.800 0. 194 0.000 0.053 4/1/06 0:00 2-2 13202 0.985512.0007.479NDND 557. 6004.2290.1950.0000.045 4/1/06 12:00 2-3 13203 0.985510.4005.589NDND 556. 0003.2730.1380.0000.032 4/2/06 0:00 2-4 13204 0.985510.4004.996NDND 563. 2002.7430.1200.0000.025 4/2/06 12:00 2-5 13205 0.985 511.200 9.540 ND ND 556.0005.224 0. 257 0.000 0.059 4/3/06 0:00 2-6 13206 0.985NDND NDND 556.8003.703 0.0000.0000.038 4/3/06 12:00 2-7 13207 0.985511.2005.280NDND 557. 6003.1040.1290.0000.030 4/4/06 0:00 2-8 13208 0.985510.40010.947NDND 555. 2004.9690.2990.0000.056 4/4/06 12:00 2-9 13209 0.985 510.4007.293 ND ND 556.8003.582 0. 189 0.000 0.036 4/5/06 0:00 2-10 13210 0.985510.4005.405NDND 561. 6002.9120.1330.0000.027 4/5/06 12:00 2-11 13211 0.985512.0005.068NDND 559. 2002.9700.1220.0000.028 4/6/06 0:00 2-12 13212 0.985510.40012.942NDND 556. 0005.3520.3590.0000.061 4/6/06 12:00 2-13 13213 0.985 510.4009.092 ND ND 555.2004.330 0. 243 0.000 0.047 4/7/06 0:00 2-14 13214 0.985510.4007.058NDND 555. 2003.6840.1820.0000.038 4/7/06 12:00 2-15 13215 0.985516.8005.276NDND 556. 8003.0620.1290.0000.029 4/8/06 0:00 3-1 13187 2.541510.4007.115NDND 556. 0003.9620.1370.0000.020 4/8/06 12:00 3-2 13188 3.182512.0008.272NDND NDND0.1530.0000.000 4/9/06 0:00 3-3 13189 3.240510.40010.736NDND 555. 2004.9310.2250.0000.024 4/9/06 12:00 3-4 13190 2.756511.2007.302NDND NDND0.1360.0000.000 4/10/06 0:00 3-5 13191 2.896 510.4008.310 ND ND ND ND 0.162 0.000 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 163 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/10/06 12:00 3-6 13192 2.348 513.6006.348 ND ND ND ND 0.120 0.000 0.000 4/11/06 0:00 3-7 13193 1.073 510.4006.238 ND ND ND ND 0.155 0.000 0.000 4/11/06 12:00 3-8 13194 2.790516.8006.205536.0004. 653 NDND0.1020.0260.000 4/12/06 0:00 3-9 13195 2.919512.0008.100NDND NDND0.1550.0000.000 4/12/06 12:00 3-10 13196 2.623513.6006.689NDND NDND0.1220.0000.000 4/13/06 0:00 3-11 13197 1.302 514.4007.484 538. 4006.394 ND ND 0.185 0.071 0.000 4/13/06 12:00 3-12 13198 1.142512.8006.147540.8005. 499 NDND0.1500.0610.000 4/14/06 0:00 3-13 13199 1.303510.4006.566536.0005. 945 NDND0.1580.0650.000 4/14/06 12:00 3-14 13200 1.037516.0006.760540.8006. 046 NDND0.1720.0700.000 4/15/06 0:00 4-1 13298 2.642 518.4007.699 541. 6006.752 ND ND 0.152 0.058 0.000 4/15/06 12:00 4-2 13299 0.938511.2006.771538.4006. 161 NDND0.1750.0730.000 4/16/06 0:00 4-3 13300 2.462514.4008.516536.0007. 413 NDND0.1820.0690.000 4/16/06 12:00 4-4 13301 2.358515.2008.208536.8007. 433 NDND0.1760.0710.000 4/17/06 0:00 4-5 13302 2.847 514.40010.909 537. 6009.628 ND ND 0.242 0.095 0.000 4/17/06 12:00 4-6 13303 1.195515.2007.080540.0007. 750 NDND0.1770.0920.000 4/18/06 0:00 4-7 13304 0.969518.4007.192538.4007. 995 NDND0.1870.0980.000 4/18/06 12:00 4-8 13305 1.126514.4008.732540.8008. 649 NDND0.2280.1050.000 4/19/06 0:00 4-9 13306 1.105520.0008.594540.8009. 147 NDND0.2250.1130.000 4/19/06 12:00 4-10 13307 1.182518.4009.444541.6009. 647 NDND0.2480.1190.000 4/20/06 0:00 4-11 13308 2.537516.00010.452542.40010. 041 NDND0.2370.1050.000 4/20/06 12:00 4-12 13309 0.978514.4009.473539.20010. 424 NDND0.2550.1320.000 4/21/06 0:00 4-13 13310 1.310 517.6009.303 542. 40010.543 ND ND 0.240 0.129 0.000 4/21/06 12:00 4-14 13311 2.535519.20010.487541.60010. 962 NDND0.2390.1180.000 4/22/06 0:00 5-1 13719 3.276517.60012.981540.80012. 908 NDND0.2910.1350.000 4/22/06 12:00 5-2 13720 1.107516.0009.984542.40010. 603 NDND0.2660.1330.000 4/23/06 0:00 5-3 13721 1.105 514.40010.082 539. 20010.728 ND ND 0.269 0.135 0.000 4/23/06 12:00 5-4 13722 1.639519.2009.991540.00011. 204 NDND0.2510.1340.000 4/24/06 0:00 5-5 13723 1.093516.00010.301541.60012. 033 NDND0.2760.1530.000 4/24/06 12:00 5-6 13724 2.151516.80010.885539.20012. 638 NDND0.2620.1470.000 4/25/06 0:00 5-7 13725 1.458 520.00011.380 540. 00012.857 ND ND 0.298 0.160 0.000 4/25/06 12:00 5-8 13726 1.332516.8009.965540.80012. 855 NDND0.2590.1610.000 4/26/06 0:00 5-9 13727 1.159517.60010.005542.40013. 581 NDND0.2650.1740.000 4/26/06 12:00 5-10 13728 1.381519.20011.943541.60014. 084 NDND0.3170.1780.000 4/27/06 0:00 5-11 13729 1.302 516.00013.427 540. 80015.901 ND ND 0.364 0.204 0.000 4/27/06 12:00 5-12 13730 1.126519.20012.456541.60015. 376 NDND0.3400.2000.000 4/28/06 0:00 5-13 13731 1.200519.20011.334542.40014. 712 NDND0.3040.1890.000 4/28/06 12:00 5-14 13732 1.263518.40010.748539.20014. 673 NDND0.2850.1880.000 4/29/06 0:00 6-1 13902 0.966520.00011.522540.80015. 305 NDND0.3170.2010.000 4/29/06 12:00 6-2 13903 1.277520.80012.383540.00016. 080 NDND0.3330.2070.000 4/30/06 0:00 6-3 13904 2.395516.80017.246541.60020. 732 NDND0.4460.2570.000 4/30/06 12:00 6-4 13905 1.272 521.60012.257 540. 80016.625 ND ND 0.330 0.215 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 164 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/1/06 0:00 6-5 13906 1.210 516.00013.347 540. 00016.914 ND ND 0.364 0.220 0.000 5/1/06 12:00 6-6 13907 1.508 519.20015.048 540. 80019.366 ND ND 0.406 0.250 0.000 5/2/06 0:00 6-7 13908 1.208518.40013.452541.60017. 254 NDND0.3670.2250.000 5/2/06 12:00 6-8 13909 1.342516.00015.747540.00018. 771 NDND0.4320.2440.000 5/3/06 0:00 6-9 13910 4.098524.00015.965541.60019. 612 NDND0.3560.2170.000 5/3/06 12:00 6-10 13911 1.305 520.80013.568 540. 00018.254 ND ND 0.368 0.237 0.000 5/4/06 0:00 6-11 13912 3.728517.60012.931541.60018. 249 NDND0.2760.2030.000 5/4/06 12:00 6-12 13913 5.535520.00019.472541.60021. 199 NDND0.4180.2190.000 5/5/06 0:00 6-13 13914 3.575522.40013.819540.80018. 500 NDND0.3070.2090.000 5/5/06 12:00 6-14 13915 4.024 517.60015.060 540. 00019.146 ND ND 0.331 0.212 0.000 5/6/06 0:00 7-1 14148 2.791514.40014.802541.60018. 443 NDND0.3600.2190.000 5/6/06 12:00 7-2 14149 1.680519.20014.287542.40019. 631 NDND0.3780.2510.000 5/7/06 0:00 7-3 14150 2.006524.00014.637541.60019. 315 NDND0.3790.2420.000 5/7/06 12:00 7-4 14151 1.859 520.80013.645 543. 20018.204 ND ND 0.354 0.229 0.000 5/8/06 0:00 7-5 14152 2.165516.00015.062540.80018. 810 NDND0.3870.2330.000 5/8/06 12:00 7-6 14153 1.643524.80012.574540.00017. 379 NDND0.3280.2200.000 5/9/06 0:00 7-7 14154 1.675524.80013.319543.20017. 326 NDND0.3490.2190.000 5/9/06 12:00 7-8 14155 2.222524.80014.109544.80018. 360 NDND0.3570.2260.000 5/10/06 0:00 7-9 14156 4.590521.60017.108541.60020. 789 NDND0.3760.2270.000 5/10/06 12:00 7-10 14157 2.241524.00011.837542.40017. 537 NDND0.2880.2140.000 5/11/06 0:00 7-11 14158 4.320516.00013.603542.40018. 752 NDND0.2780.2020.000 5/11/06 12:00 7-12 14159 4.427 522.40016.017 540. 00020.239 ND ND 0.348 0.221 0.000 5/12/06 0:00 7-13 14160 4.615517.60016.024542.40018. 936 NDND0.3420.2000.000 5/12/06 12:00 7-14 14161 4.877518.40016.209539.20020. 230 NDND0.3400.2150.000 5/13/06 0:00 7-15 14162 4.382524.00015.140540.80018. 412 NDND0.3230.1960.000 5/13/06 12:00 7-16 14163 4.601 517.60015.657 540. 80018.729 ND ND 0.332 0.198 0.000 5/14/06 0:00 8-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/14/06 12:00 8-2 14015 6.028515.20024.249540.00022. 016 NDND0.5470.2240.000 5/15/06 0:00 8-3 14016 5.038514.40023.535539.20020. 697 NDND0.5550.2190.000 5/15/06 12:00 8-4 14017 4.271 516.800 16.773 542. 400 16.343 ND ND 0.375 0.169 0.000 5/16/06 0:00 8-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/16/06 12:00 8-6 14018 6.085512.00027.036539.20022. 542 NDND0.6290.2300.000 5/17/06 0:00 8-7 14019 0.916516.0009.755540.80012. 446 NDND0.2650.1610.000 5/17/06 12:00 8-8 14020 3.111 516.000 11.984 540. 000 12.927 ND ND 0.266 0.137 0.000 5/18/06 0:00 8-9 14021 0.865520.8009.898542.40012. 863 NDND0.2710.1680.000 5/18/06 12:00 8-10 14022 3.375519.20011.404538.40012. 889 NDND0.2410.1330.000 5/19/06 0:00 8-11 14023 1.069519.2008.786540.00011. 741 NDND0.2320.1490.000 5/19/06 12:00 8-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/20/06 0:00 8-13 14024 3.060519.20011.992538.40012. 875 NDND0.2680.1370.000 5/20/06 12:00 8-14 14025 3.330517.60012.611540.00013. 961 NDND0.2780.1490.000 5/21/06 0:00 8-15 14026 3.340 519.200 13.276 542. 400 13.920 ND ND 0.298 0.148 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 165 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/21/06 12:00 8-16 14027 3.076 515.200 10.767 540. 000 12.726 ND ND 0.231 0.135 0.000 5/22/06 0:00 8-17 14028 0.859 515.200 8.993 542. 400 10.630 ND ND 0.244 0.137 0.000 5/22/06 12:00 8-18 14029 3.784515.20014.354539.20013. 648 NDND0.3170.1380.000 5/23/06 0:00 8-19 14030 1.644514.4008.624541.60010. 602 NDND0.2090.1250.000 5/23/06 12:00 8-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/24/06 0:00 9-1 14106 2.800 515.20010.878 540. 00013.632 ND ND 0.242 0.152 0.000 5/24/06 12:00 9-2 14107 4.006518.40016.998540.00016. 544 NDND0.3900.1760.000 5/25/06 0:00 9-3 14108 1.257518.4008.886542.40011. 975 NDND0.2290.1500.000 5/25/06 12:00 9-4 14109 1.520524.00011.112543.20012. 539 NDND0.2880.1540.000 5/26/06 0:00 9-5 14110 1.074 520.8008.908 540. 00011.615 ND ND 0.235 0.148 0.000 5/26/06 12:00 9-6 14111 1.505524.0008.988541.60012. 411 NDND0.2240.1530.000 5/27/06 0:00 9-7 14112 1.478520.0009.212540.80012. 237 NDND0.2320.1510.000 5/27/06 12:00 9-8 14113 2.424516.8009.660542.40012. 058 NDND0.2170.1350.000 5/28/06 0:00 9-9 14114 4.398 516.80013.802 537. 60013.964 ND ND 0.282 0.134 0.000 5/28/06 12:00 9-10 14115 4.759515.20014.288541.60015. 369 NDND0.2860.1490.000 5/29/06 0:00 9-11 14116 2.346516.0009.389543.20012. 243 NDND0.2110.1390.000 5/29/06 12:00 9-12 14117 1.802513.60010.238543.20012. 910 NDND0.2530.1560.000 5/30/06 0:00 9-13 14118 1.521516.8009.176541.60012. 143 NDND0.2300.1490.000 5/30/06 12:00 9-14 14119 1.781518.4008.579541.60011. 525 NDND0.2040.1360.000 5/31/06 0:00 10-1 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/31/06 12:00 10-2 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/1/06 0:00 10-3 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/1/06 12:00 10-4 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/2/06 0:00 10-5 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/2/06 12:00 10-6 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/3/06 0:00 10-7 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/3/06 12:00 10-8 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/4/06 0:00 10-9 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/4/06 12:00 10-10 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/5/06 0:00 10-11 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/5/06 12:00 10-12 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/6/06 0:00 10-13 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/6/06 12:00 11-1 15057 3.700524.8005.820549. 6006.814 ND ND0.0640.0440.000 6/7/06 0:00 11-2 15058 4.774 524.8006.323 549. 6007.071 ND ND 0.046 0.032 0.000 6/7/06 12:00 11-3 15059 3.152524.8005.197545. 6006.095 ND ND0.0610.0410.000 6/8/06 0:00 11-4 15060 3.686524.8005.926540. 8006.398 ND ND0.0670.0380.000 6/8/06 12:00 11-5 15061 3.028524.8004.851544. 8005.636 ND ND0.0550.0370.000 6/9/06 0:00 11-6 15062 6.531524.80017.458535. 20017.952 ND ND0.3280.1600.000 6/9/06 12:00 11-7 15063 3.872524.8006.106546. 4006.935 ND ND0.0670.0430.000 6/10/06 0:00 11-8 15064 4.040524.8006.465544. 0007.147 ND ND0.0730.0430.000 6/10/06 12:00 11-9 15065 3.500 524.8005.375 538. 4005.972 ND ND 0.056 0.035 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 166 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/11/06 0:00 11-10 15066 3.448 524.8005.580 540. 8006.208 ND ND 0.064 0.0390.000 6/11/06 12:00 11-11 15067 3.199 524.8005.537 545. 6006.387 ND ND 0.070 0.0450.000 6/12/06 0:00 11-12 15068 3.242524.8005.395536.8006. 010 NDND0.0650.0390.000 6/12/06 12:00 11-13 15069 3.813524.8006.525538.4007. 014 NDND0.0810.0450.000 6/13/06 0:00 11-14 15070 2.933524.8004.834544.0005. 461 NDND0.0570.0350.000 6/13/06 12:00 11-15 15071 2.871 524.8005.445 536. 8005.847 ND ND 0.077 0.0420.000 6/14/06 0:00 11-16 15072 4.539524.8005.377549.6006. 457 NDND0.0250.0270.000 6/14/06 12:00 11-17 15073 3.603524.8005.195549.6005. 880 NDND0.0480.0320.000 6/15/06 0:00 12-1 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/15/06 12:00 12-2 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.0000.000 6/16/06 0:00 12-3 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/16/06 12:00 12-4 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/17/06 0:00 12-5 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/17/06 12:00 12-6 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.0000.000 6/18/06 0:00 12-7 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/18/06 12:00 12-8 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/19/06 0:00 12-9 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/19/06 12:00 12-10 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/20/06 0:00 12-11 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/20/06 12:00 13-1 14909 3.663524.8005.883535.2006. 323 NDND0.0670.0370.000 6/21/06 0:00 13-2 14910 2.585524.8004.741540.8005. 149 NDND0.0650.0360.000 6/21/06 12:00 13-3 14911 7.909 524.80014.777 536. 00015.333 ND ND 0.206 0.1040.000 6/22/06 0:00 13-4 14912 9.320524.80018.627535.20018. 738 NDND0.2790.1320.000 6/22/06 12:00 13-5 14913 3.423524.8005.884542.4006. 277 NDND0.0740.0400.000 6/23/06 0:00 13-6 14914 2.768524.8005.071538.4005. 480 NDND0.0690.0380.000 6/23/06 12:00 13-7 14915 2.991 524.8009.096 535. 2009.636 ND ND 0.183 0.0930.000 6/24/06 0:00 13-8 14916 4.536524.8007.111536.0007. 383 NDND0.0770.0400.000 6/24/06 12:00 13-9 14917 4.360524.8006.839535.2007. 263 NDND0.0740.0410.000 6/25/06 0:00 13-10 14918 3.615524.8006.605536.0006. 974 NDND0.0900.0470.000 6/25/06 12:00 13-11 14919 2.926 524.8004.437 549. 6005.421 ND ND 0.045 0.0350.000 6/26/06 0:00 13-12 14920 2.571524.8003.406549.6005. 237 NDND0.0250.0370.000 6/26/06 12:00 13-13 14921 3.501524.8005.841544.8006. 321 NDND0.0700.0390.000 6/27/06 0:00 13-14 14922 3.172524.8003.864549.6005. 247 NDND0.0210.0290.000 6/27/06 12:00 14-1 17344 0.049 511.2000.244 537. 6000.199 ND ND 0.006 0.0020.000 6/28/06 0:00 14-2 17345 0.042514.4000.223535.2000. 168 NDND0.0050.0020.000 6/28/06 12:00 14-3 17347 0.026511.2000.245537.6000. 181 NDND0.0070.0020.000 6/29/06 0:00 14-4 17346 0.099513.6000.501535.2000. 320 NDND0.0120.0030.000 6/29/06 12:00 14-5 17348 0.056516.8000.300535.2000. 264 NDND0.0070.0030.000 6/30/06 0:00 14-6 17349 0.044516.0000.193536.0000. 193 NDND0.0040.0020.000 6/30/06 12:00 14-7 17350 0.025510.4000.285535.2000. 188 NDND0.0080.0020.000 7/1/06 0:00 14-8 17351 0.021 510.4000.317 537. 6000.167 ND ND 0.009 0.0020.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 167 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/1/06 12:00 14-9 17352 0.045 515.200 0.270 536. 000 0.209 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 7/2/06 0:00 14-10 17353 0.037 515.200 0.259 536. 800 0.186 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 7/2/06 12:00 14-11 17354 0.067518.4000.420535.2000. 303 NDND0.0110.0030.000 7/3/06 0:00 14-12 17355 0.078511.2000.317538.4000. 185 NDND0.0070.0010.000 7/3/06 12:00 14-13 17356 0.077511.2000.502536.0000. 335 NDND0.0130.0040.000 7/4/06 0:00 14-14 17357 0.045 510.400 0.353 535. 200 0.164 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000 7/4/06 12:00 14-15 17358 0.052518.4000.379535.2000. 244 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/5/06 0:00 14-16 17359 0.025517.6000.173538.4000. 184 NDND0.0040.0020.000 7/5/06 12:00 14-17 17360 0.056510.4000.492535.2000. 249 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/6/06 0:00 14-18 17361 0.104 524.000 0.344 535. 200 0.271 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000 7/6/06 12:00 14-19 17362 0.059514.4000.340535.2000. 193 NDND0.0080.0020.000 7/7/06 0:00 14-20 17363 0.043513.6000.328535.2000. 207 NDND0.0090.0020.000 7/7/06 12:00 14-21 17364 0.095510.4000.415536.0000. 279 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/8/06 0:00 14-22 17365 0.043 517.600 0.321 535. 200 0.185 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000 7/8/06 12:00 14-23 17366 0.065512.8000.395537.6000. 187 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/9/06 0:00 14-24 17366 0.065512.8000.395537.6000. 187 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/9/06 12:00 14-25 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/10/06 0:00 14-26 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/10/06 12:00 15-1 17747 1.960510.4004.476535.2003. 131 NDND0.0750.0160.000 7/11/06 0:00 15-2 17748 1.769514.4004.564535.2003. 251 NDND0.0840.0210.000 7/11/06 12:00 15-3 17749 1.100510.4003.716535.2002. 225 NDND0.0780.0160.000 7/12/06 0:00 15-4 17750 1.773 510.4004.194 536. 0002.930 ND ND 0.073 0.016 0.000 7/12/06 12:00 15-5 17751 2.270512.8006.083535.2003. 951 NDND0.1140.0240.000 7/13/06 0:00 15-6 17752 1.490510.4004.505535.2002. 836 NDND0.0900.0190.000 7/13/06 12:00 15-7 17753 1.289510.4003.902535.2002. 273 NDND0.0780.0140.000 7/14/06 0:00 15-8 17754 1.401 518.4003.181 535. 2002.551 ND ND 0.053 0.016 0.000 7/14/06 12:00 15-9 17755 1.185510.4003.721535.2002. 175 NDND0.0760.0140.000 7/15/06 0:00 15-10 17756 1.155510.4003.244535.2002. 017 NDND0.0630.0120.000 7/15/06 12:00 15-11 17757 0.946511.2003.614535.2002. 020 NDND0.0800.0150.000 7/16/06 0:00 15-12 17758 0.784 510.4003.145 535. 2001.639 ND ND 0.071 0.012 0.000 7/16/06 12:00 15-13 17759 1.077510.4002.895535.2001. 773 NDND0.0550.0100.000 7/17/06 0:00 15-14 17761 0.601510.4002.453535.2001. 219 NDND0.0560.0090.000 7/17/06 12:00 15-15 17760 0.776511.2002.225535.2001. 382 NDND0.0430.0080.000 7/18/06 0:00 15-16 17762 0.624 510.4001.997 535. 2001.161 ND ND 0.041 0.008 0.000 7/18/06 12:00 15-17 17763 0.631510.4001.892535.2001. 084 NDND0.0380.0060.000 7/19/06 0:00 16-1 17649 0.099510.4000.466535.2000. 252 NDND0.0110.0020.000 7/19/06 12:00 16-2 17650 0.294510.4001.350535.2000. 589 NDND0.0320.0040.000 7/20/06 0:00 16-3 17652 0.132510.4000.458536.0000. 241 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/20/06 12:00 16-4 17653 0.150510.4000.558535.2000. 287 NDND0.0120.0020.000 7/21/06 0:00 16-5 17654 0.132510.4000.521535.2000. 283 NDND0.0120.0020.000 7/21/06 12:00 16-6 17655 0.202 510.4000.630 535. 2000.376 ND ND 0.013 0.002 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 168 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/22/06 0:00 16-7 17656 0.165 512.000 0.513 535. 200 0.312 ND ND 0.010 0.002 0.000 7/22/06 12:00 16-8 17657 0.201 510.400 0.553 535. 200 0.345 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000 7/23/06 0:00 16-9 17658 0.074512.0000.422535.2000. 228 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/23/06 12:00 16-10 17659 0.071510.4000.406536.0000. 182 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/24/06 0:00 16-11 17660 0.098512.8000.387536.0000. 199 NDND0.0090.0010.000 7/24/06 12:00 16-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/25/06 0:00 16-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/25/06 12:00 16-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/26/06 0:00 17-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/26/06 12:00 17-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/27/06 0:00 17-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/27/06 12:00 17-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/28/06 0:00 17-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/28/06 12:00 17-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 7/29/06 0:00 17-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/29/06 12:00 17-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 0:00 17-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/30/06 12:00 17-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 0:00 17-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 7/31/06 12:00 17-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 0:00 17-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/1/06 12:00 17-14 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/2/06 0:00 18-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/2/06 12:00 18-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 0:00 18-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/3/06 12:00 18-4 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/4/06 0:00 18-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/4/06 12:00 18-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/5/06 0:00 18-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/5/06 12:00 18-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/6/06 0:00 18-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/6/06 12:00 18-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 0:00 18-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/7/06 12:00 18-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 8/8/06 0:00 18-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/8/06 12:00 18-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 0:00 18-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/9/06 12:00 18-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/10/06 0:00 18-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/10/06 12:00 18-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 8/11/06 0:00 18-19 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 171 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/21/06 12:00 23-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/22/06 0:00 23-8 16984 1.175 510.400 5.686 535. 200 3.186 ND ND 0.135 0.028 0.000 9/22/06 12:00 23-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 0:00 23-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/23/06 12:00 23-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/24/06 0:00 23-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/24/06 12:00 23-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 0:00 23-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/25/06 12:00 23-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/26/06 0:00 23-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/26/06 12:00 23-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 0:00 23-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/27/06 12:00 23-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/28/06 0:00 23-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/28/06 12:00 23-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/29/06 0:00 24-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN /A N/ A N/ A 9/29/06 12:00 24-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/30/06 0:00 24-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/30/06 12:00 24-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/1/06 0:00 24-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/1/06 12:00 24-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/2/06 0:00 24-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/2/06 12:00 24-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/3/06 0:00 24-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N /A N/ A 10/3/06 12:00 24-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/4/06 0:00 24-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/4/06 12:00 24-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/5/06 0:00 24-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/5/06 12:00 24-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/6/06 0:00 24-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/6/06 12:00 24-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/7/06 0:00 24-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN /A N/ A N/ A 10/7/06 12:00 24-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/8/06 0:00 24-19 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/8/06 12:00 24-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/9/06 0:00 24-21 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/9/06 12:00 24-22 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/10/06 0:00 24-23 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/10/06 12:00 24-24 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/11/06 0:00 25-1 16885 1.537517.6004.169535.2003. 257 NDND0.0790.0240.000 10/11/06 12:00 25-2 16886 1. 540 511.200 4.322 535.200 2.527 ND ND 0.083 0.014 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 172 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 10/12/06 0:00 25-3 16887 1. 614 516.0004.977 535.2002.859 ND ND 0.101 0.017 0.000 10/12/06 12:00 25-4 16888 1. 480 522.4004.228 535.2003.105 ND ND 0.082 0.023 0.000 10/13/06 0:00 25-5 16889 1.350510.4003.577535.2002. 198 NDND0.0670.0120.000 10/13/06 12:00 25-6 16890 0.913510.4003. 599535.2001.530 NDND 0.0810.0090.000 10/14/06 0:00 25-7 16891 1.582511.2004.322535.2002. 457 NDND0.0820.0120.000 10/14/06 12:00 25-8 16892 1. 225 519.2003.014 535.2002.122 ND ND 0.054 0.013 0.000 10/15/06 0:00 25-9 16893 1.196510.4004.199535.2001. 945 NDND0.0900.0100.000 10/15/06 12:00 25-10 16894 1.115510.4003. 930535.2001.973 NDND 0.0840.0120.000 10/16/06 0:00 25-11 16895 1.164516.8002.869535.2001. 994 NDND0.0510.0120.000 10/16/06 12:00 25-12 16896 1. 275 511.2003.670 535.2002.307 ND ND 0.072 0.014 0.000 10/17/06 0:00 25-13 16897 1.642510.4004.443535.2002. 629 NDND0.0840.0140.000 10/17/06 12:00 25-14 16898 1.309510.4004. 069535.2002.999 NDND 0.0830.0240.000 10/18/06 0:00 25-15 16899 1.276518.4003.071535.2002. 671 NDND0.0540.0200.000 10/18/06 12:00 25-16 16900 1. 354 510.4003.268 535.2002.087 ND ND 0.057 0.010 0.000 10/19/06 0:00 26-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/19/06 12:00 26-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/20/06 0:00 26-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/20/06 12:00 26-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/21/06 0:00 26-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/21/06 12:00 26-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/22/06 0:00 26-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/22/06 12:00 26-8 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/23/06 0:00 26-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/23/06 12:00 26-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/24/06 0:00 26-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/24/06 12:00 26-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/25/06 0:00 26-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/25/06 12:00 26-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/26/06 0:00 26-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/26/06 12:00 26-16 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 10/27/06 0:00 26-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 10/27/06 12:00 27-1 16073 0.368524.8001. 429535.2001.205 NDND 0.0320.0120.000 10/28/06 0:00 27-2 16074 1.150NDND 535.2002.789 NDND 0.0000.0230.000 10/28/06 12:00 27-3 16075 0.217 ND ND 535.200 0.544 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000 10/29/06 0:00 27-4 16076 0.415NDND 535.2001.437 NDND 0.0000.0140.000 10/29/06 12:00 27-5 16077 0.276NDND 535.2000.811 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 10/30/06 0:00 27-6 16078 0.258NDND 535.2000.999 NDND 0.0000.0100.000 10/30/06 12:00 27-7 16079 0.283NDND 535.2000.909 NDND 0.0000.0090.000 10/31/06 0:00 27-8 16080 0.267NDND 535.2000.789 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 10/31/06 12:00 27-9 16081 0.342NDND 535.2000.877 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 11/1/06 0:00 27-10 16082 0.284 ND ND 535.200 0.936 ND ND 0.000 0.009 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 173 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/1/06 12:00 27-11 16083 0.372 ND ND 535.200 1.749 ND ND 0.000 0.019 0.000 11/2/06 0:00 27-12 16084 0.240 ND ND 535.200 1.000 ND ND 0.000 0.011 0.000 11/2/06 12:00 27-13 16085 0.229ND ND535.2000.395 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 11/3/06 0:00 27-14 16086 0.200ND ND535.2000.366 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 11/3/06 12:00 27-15 16087 0.237ND ND535.2000.566 NDND 0.0000.0050.000 11/4/06 0:00 27-16 16088 0.266 ND ND 535.200 0.799 ND ND 0.000 0.007 0.000 11/4/06 12:00 27-17 16089 0.252ND ND535.2000.409 NDND 0.0000.0020.000 11/5/06 0:00 27-18 16090 0.255ND ND535.2000.824 NDND 0.0000.0080.000 11/5/06 12:00 27-19 16091 0.259ND ND535.2000.740 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 11/6/06 0:00 27-20 16092 0.264 ND ND 535.200 1.010 ND ND 0.000 0.010 0.000 11/6/06 12:00 27-21 16093 0.204ND ND535.2000.687 NDND 0.0000.0070.000 11/7/06 0:00 27-22 16094 0.483ND ND535.2000.923 NDND 0.0000.0060.000 11/7/06 12:00 27-23 16094 0.483ND ND535.2000.923 NDND 0.0000.0060.000 11/8/06 0:00 28-1 15972 0.498 518.400 1.688 535. 200 1.627 ND ND 0.036 0.016 0.000 11/8/06 12:00 28-2 15973 0.283516.0001.057535.2000. 626 NDND0.0230.0050.000 11/9/06 0:00 28-3 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/9/06 12:00 28-4 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/10/06 0:00 28-5 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/10/06 12:00 28-6 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/11/06 0:00 28-7 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/11/06 12:00 28-8 ND NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 11/12/06 0:00 28-9 15980 0. 426 510.4001.951 535.2000.896 ND ND 0.046 0.007 0.000 11/12/06 12:00 28-10 15981 0.586510.4002. 571535.2001.652 NDND 0.0600.0150.000 11/13/06 0:00 28-11 15982 1.440510.4008.084535.2005. 795 NDND0.1990.0610.000 11/13/06 12:00 28-12 15983 0.684510.4002. 801535.2001.463 NDND 0.0640.0110.000 11/14/06 0:00 28-13 15984 0. 596 510.4002.472 535.2001.670 ND ND 0.056 0.015 0.000 11/14/06 12:00 28-14 15985 0.687518.4002. 186535.2001.837 NDND 0.0450.0160.000 11/15/06 0:00 28-15 15986 1.348510.4003.371536.0002. 653 NDND0.0610.0180.000 11/15/06 12:00 28-16 15987 0.363511.2001. 563535.2000.880 NDND 0.0360.0070.000 11/16/06 0:00 28-17 15988 0. 600 524.8001.903 535.2001.804 ND ND 0.039 0.017 0.000 11/16/06 12:00 29-1 16777 1.563518.4006. 467535.2004.762 NDND 0.1470.0450.000 11/17/06 0:00 29-2 16778 1.215510.4004.811535.2002. 745 NDND0.1080.0210.000 11/17/06 12:00 29-3 16779 0.925521.6004. 124535.2002.831 NDND 0.0960.0270.000 11/18/06 0:00 29-4 16780 0. 886 512.8003.667 535.2002.189 ND ND 0.083 0.018 0.000 11/18/06 12:00 29-5 16781 2.094510.40012. 895535.2004.351 NDND 0.3240.0320.000 11/19/06 0:00 29-6 16782 1.383510.4007.297535.2004. 700 NDND0.1770.0460.000 11/19/06 12:00 29-7 16783 1.221516.0004. 214535.2002.948 NDND 0.0900.0240.000 11/20/06 0:00 29-8 16784 0.826518.4004.020535.2002. 282 NDND0.0960.0200.000 11/20/06 12:00 29-9 16785 1.939510.4007. 682535.2005.645 NDND 0.1720.0520.000 11/21/06 0:00 29-10 16786 0.886524.8003.866535.2003. 271 NDND0.0890.0330.000 11/21/06 12:00 29-11 16787 0. 866 517.6002.877 535.2001.991 ND ND 0.060 0.016 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 174 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/22/06 0:00 29-12 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/22/06 12:00 30-1 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/23/06 12:00 30-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/24/06 12:00 30-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/25/06 12:00 30-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/26/06 12:00 30-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 11/27/06 12:00 30-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/28/06 12:00 30-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/29/06 12:00 30-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/30/06 12:00 30-9 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/1/06 12:00 30-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/2/06 12:00 30-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/3/06 12:00 30-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/4/06 12:00 30-13 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/5/06 12:00 30-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/6/06 12:00 30-15 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/7/06 12:00 31-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/8/06 12:00 31-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/9/06 12:00 31-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/10/06 12:00 31-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/11/06 12:00 31-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/12/06 12:00 31-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/13/06 12:00 31-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/14/06 12:00 31-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/15/06 12:00 31-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/16/06 12:00 31-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 12/17/06 12:00 31-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/18/06 12:00 31-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/19/06 12:00 31-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/20/06 12:00 31-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 12/21/06 12:00 31-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/22/06 12:00 31-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N /A N/ A 12/23/06 12:00 31-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/24/06 12:00 31-18 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 12/25/06 12:00 31-19 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/26/06 12:00 31-20 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/27/06 12:00 32-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/28/06 12:00 32-2 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/29/06 12:00 32-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/30/06 12:00 32-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 12/31/06 12:00 32-5 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 175 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 1/1/07 12:00 32-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/2/07 12:00 32-7 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/3/07 12:00 32-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/4/07 12:00 32-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/5/07 12:00 32-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/6/07 12:00 32-11 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/7/07 12:00 32-12 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/8/07 12:00 32-13 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/9/07 12:00 32-14 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/10/07 12:00 32-15 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/11/07 12:00 32-16 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/12/07 12:00 32-17 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/13/07 12:00 33-1 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/14/07 12:00 33-2 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/15/07 12:00 33-3 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/16/07 12:00 33-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/17/07 12:00 33-5 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/18/07 12:00 33-6 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/19/07 12:00 33-7 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/20/07 12:00 33-8 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/21/07 12:00 33-9 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 1/22/07 12:00 33-10 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 1/23/07 12:00 33-11 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N /A 1/24/07 12:00 34-1 17821 0.329518.4001.084535.2000. 744 NDND0.0230.0060.000 1/25/07 12:00 34-2 17822 0.712510.4003.291535.2001. 942 NDND0.0770.0170.000 1/26/07 12:00 34-3 17823 1.078 510.4002.595 535. 2001.895 ND ND 0.046 0.011 0.000 1/27/07 12:00 34-4 17824 0.820510.4004.381535.2001. 705 NDND0.1070.0120.000 1/28/07 12:00 34-5 17825 0.654510.4004.366535.2002. 126 NDND0.1110.0210.000 1/29/07 12:00 34-6 17826 1.329510.4005.982535.2004. 035 NDND0.1400.0380.000 1/30/07 12:00 34-7 17827 0.676 510.4003.052 535. 2001.768 ND ND 0.071 0.015 0.000 1/31/07 12:00 34-8 17828 0.722510.4004.559535.2001. 970 NDND0.1150.0170.000 2/1/07 12:00 34-9 17829 0.664510.4002.744535.2001. 877 NDND0.0620.0170.000 2/2/07 12:00 34-10 17830 0.470510.4002.414535.2001. 381 NDND0.0580.0130.000 2/3/07 12:00 34-11 17831 0.744 510.4002.237 535. 2001.459 ND ND 0.045 0.010 0.000 2/4/07 12:00 34-12 17832 0.528523.2001.659535.2001. 437 NDND0.0340.0130.000 2/5/07 12:00 34-13 17833 0.685510.4006.131535.2003. 368 NDND0.1630.0380.000 2/6/07 12:00 34-14 17834 0.406510.4001.291535.2001. 021 NDND0.0270.0090.000 2/7/07 12:00 34-15 17835 0.745 524.8002.884 535. 2002.925 ND ND 0.064 0.031 0.000 2/8/07 12:00 34-16 17836 1.791524.80017.141535.20011. 895NDND0.4610.1410.000 2/9/07 12:00 34-17 17837 0.501521.6001.586535.2001. 281 NDND0.0330.0110.000 2/10/07 12:00 35-1 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 178 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/4/07 12:00 0-13 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/5/07 12:00 0-14 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/6/07 12:00 0-15 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/7/07 12:00 0-16 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/8/07 12:00 0-17 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/9/07 12:00 0-18 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/10/07 12:00 0-19 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/11/07 12:00 0-20 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/12/07 12:00 0-21 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/13/07 12:00 0-22 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/14/07 12:00 0-23 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/15/07 12:00 0-24 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/16/07 12:00 0-25 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/17/07 12:00 0-26 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/18/07 12:00 0-27 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/19/07 12:00 0-28 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/20/07 12:00 0-29 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/21/07 12:00 0-30 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/22/07 12:00 0-31 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/23/07 12:00 0-32 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/24/07 12:00 0-33 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/25/07 12:00 0-34 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/26/07 12:00 0-35 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/27/07 12:00 0-36 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/28/07 12:00 0-37 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/29/07 12:00 0-38 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5/30/07 12:00 0-39 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 5/31/07 12:00 0-40 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/1/07 12:00 0-41 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/2/07 12:00 0-42 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/3/07 12:00 0-43 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/4/07 12:00 0-44 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/5/07 12:00 0-45 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/6/07 12:00 0-46 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/7/07 12:00 0-47 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/8/07 12:00 0-48 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/9/07 12:00 0-49 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/10/07 12:00 0-50 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/11/07 12:00 0-51 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/12/07 12:00 0-52 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/13/07 12:00 0-53 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 179 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/14/07 12:00 0-54 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/15/07 12:00 0-55 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/16/07 12:00 0-56 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/17/07 12:00 0-57 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/18/07 12:00 0-58 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/19/07 12:00 0-59 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/20/07 12:00 0-60 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/21/07 12:00 0-61 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/22/07 12:00 0-62 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/23/07 12:00 0-63 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/24/07 12:00 0-64 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/25/07 12:00 0-65 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/26/07 12:00 0-66 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/27/07 12:00 0-67 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 6/28/07 12:00 0-68 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/29/07 12:00 0-69 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 6/30/07 12:00 0-70 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 7/1/07 12:00 0-71 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 7/2/07 12:00 0-72 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 7/3/07 12:00 0-73 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 7/4/07 12:00 0-74 0 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.000 7/5/07 12:00 0-75 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0. 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluor ophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 180 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data. m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g) Hi g hest Probable Flow 20.32 717. 6 41634 15714 N/A Lowest Probable Flow 3.0 6 108. 0 6263 2364 N/A Probable Average Flow 11.97 422.7 24526 9257 N/A Max 5.932 524.800 21.948 549.600 18.356 560.800 6.469 0.536 0.199 0.074 Min 0.039 0.000 0.000 535.200 0.189 555.200 0.881 -0.035 0.000 0.000 Count 403 401 401 386 386 13 13 478 478 478 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 2/1/06 13:36 g rabg rab 11228 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/2/06 15:19 g rabg rab 11224 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/3/06 10:40 grab-grab 11229 ND NDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/4/06 14:38 g rabg rab 11227 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/5/06 10:59 g rabg rab 11226 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/6/06 11:20 g rabg rab 11225 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/7/06 13:53 grab-grab 11567 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/8/06 14:14 g rabg rab 11679 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/9/06 12:22 g rabg rab 11684 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/10/06 14:08 g rabg rab 11694 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/11/06 14:45 grab-grab 11693 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/12/06 14:55 g rabg rab 11707 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/15/06 10:49 g rabg rab 11772 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/16/06 10:18 g rabg rab 11773 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/17/06 13:38 grab-grab 11780 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/18/06 17:26 g rabg rab 11782 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/19/06 11:17 g rabg rab 11785 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/20/06 14:24 g rabg rab 11792 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/22/06 17:53 grab-grab 12648 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 2/23/06 17:33 g rabg rab 12649 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/24/06 10:01 g rabg rab 12650 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/25/06 16:04 g rabg rab 12651 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/26/06 13:14 grab-grab 12652 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/27/06 14:16 g rabg rab 12653 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 2/28/06 11:12 g rabg rab 12654 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/1/06 10:55 g rabg rab 12655 NDNDNDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 3/2/06 18:47 grab-grab 12656 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/3/06 16:16 grab-grab 12657 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 181 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Numbe Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/4/06 14:40 grab-grab 12658 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/5/06 11:00 grab-grab 12154 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/6/06 11:02 g rabg rab 12158 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/7/06 11:06 g rabg rab 12433 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/8/06 14:21 g rabg rab 12436 NDNDNDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/9/06 10:29 grab-grab 12440 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/11/06 12:00 1-1 12751 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/12/06 0:00 1-2 12752 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/12/06 12:00 1-3 12753 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/13/06 0:00 1-4 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/13/06 12:00 1-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/14/06 0:00 1-6 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/14/06 12:00 1-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/15/06 0:00 1-8 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 3/15/06 12:00 1-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 3/16/06 0:00 2-1 12740 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/16/06 12:00 2-2 12741 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/17/06 0:00 2-3 12742 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/17/06 12:00 2-4 12743 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 0:00 2-5 12744 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/18/06 12:00 2-6 12745 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/19/06 0:00 2-7 12746 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 3/19/06 12:00 2-8 12747 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/20/06 0:00 3-1 12808 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/20/06 12:00 3-2 12809 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/21/06 0:00 3-3 12810 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 3/21/06 12:00 3-4 12811 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 0:00 3-5 12812 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/22/06 12:00 3-6 12813 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/23/06 0:00 3-7 12814 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 3/23/06 12:00 3-8 12815 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/24/06 0:00 3-9 12816 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/24/06 12:00 3-10 12817 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/25/06 0:00 3-11 12818 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 3/25/06 12:00 3-12 12819 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/26/06 0:00 3-13 12820 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/26/06 12:00 3-14 12821 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/27/06 0:00 3-15 12822 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/27/06 12:00 3-16 12823 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 0:00 3-17 12824 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 3/28/06 12:00 3-18 12825 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.0000.000 A ppendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 182 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 3/29/06 0:00 4-1 13216 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 3/29/06 12:00 4-2 13217 1.157 510.400 9.358 ND ND ND ND 0.246 0.000 0.000 3/30/06 0:00 4-3 13218 1.157510.4006.580NDND NDND0.1630.0000.000 3/30/06 12:00 4-4 13219 1.1570.0000.000NDND 555. 2004.704-0.0350.0000.050 3/31/06 0:00 4-5 13220 1.157510.40010.414NDND NDND0.2780.0000.000 3/31/06 12:00 4-6 13221 1.157 510.400 12.530 ND ND 555.200 5.896 0. 341 0.000 0.066 4/1/06 0:00 4-7 13222 1.157511.2009.158NDND 560. 8004.2400.2400.0000.043 4/1/06 12:00 4-8 13223 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/2/06 0:00 4-9 13224 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/2/06 12:00 4-10 13225 1.157 510.400 8.363 ND ND ND ND 0.216 0.000 0.000 4/3/06 0:00 4-11 13226 1.1570.0000.000NDND 555. 2002.955-0.0350.0000.025 4/3/06 12:00 4-12 13227 1.1570.0000.000NDND 555. 2004.417-0.0350.0000.046 4/4/06 0:00 4-13 13228 1.1570.0000.000NDND 555. 2005.451-0.0350.0000.060 4/4/06 12:00 4-14 13229 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/5/06 0:00 4-15 13230 1.1570.0000.000NDND 558. 4004.405-0.0350.0000.045 4/5/06 12:00 4-16 13231 1.157510.4006.884NDND 555. 2004.6070.1720.0000.048 4/6/06 0:00 4-17 13232 1.1570.0000.000NDND 556. 0003.476-0.0350.0000.032 4/6/06 12:00 4-18 13233 1.1570.0000.000NDND 556. 8004.049-0.0350.0000.040 4/7/06 0:00 4-19 13234 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/7/06 12:00 4-20 1235 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/8/06 0:00 5-1 13169 1.157NDND NDND 555.2005.529 0.0000.0000.061 4/8/06 12:00 5-2 13170 1.157 ND ND ND ND 557.600 6. 469 0.000 0.000 0.074 4/9/06 0:00 5-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/9/06 12:00 5-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/10/06 0:00 5-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N /A 4/10/06 12:00 5-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/11/06 0:00 5-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/11/06 12:00 5-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/12/06 0:00 5-9 13171 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/12/06 12:00 5-10 13172 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000 4/13/06 0:00 5-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/13/06 12:00 5-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/14/06 0:00 5-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/14/06 12:00 5-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/15/06 0:00 6-1 13236 1.157513.6006.045539.2005. 554 NDND0.1470.0620.000 4/15/06 12:00 6-2 13237 1.157512.8008.622544.0007. 195 NDND0.2240.0850.000 4/16/06 0:00 6-3 13238 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/16/06 12:00 6-4 13239 NDND NDNDND NDND0.0000.0000.000 4/17/06 0:00 6-5 13240 1.157516.0009.391539.2007. 710 NDND0.2470.0920.000 4/17/06 12:00 6-6 13241 1.157511.2008.899536.8007. 915 NDND0.2320.0950.000 4/18/06 0:00 6-7 13242 1.157 510.400 9.222 536. 000 8.821 ND ND 0.242 0.107 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 183 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 4/18/06 12:00 6-8 13243 1.157 517.600 7.454 539. 200 7.167 ND ND 0.189 0.084 0.000 4/19/06 0:00 6-9 13244 1.157 517.600 9.899 538. 400 8.205 ND ND 0.262 0.099 0.000 4/19/06 12:00 6-10 13245 1.157512.00010.748540.80010. 146 NDND0.2880.1260.000 4/20/06 0:00 6-11 13246 1.157513.60010.729545.60010. 823 NDND0.2870.1350.000 4/20/06 12:00 6-12 13247 1.157518.4007.632542.4007. 452 NDND0.1940.0880.000 4/21/06 0:00 6-13 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 4/21/06 12:00 6-14 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 4/22/06 0:00 7-1 13705 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 4/22/06 12:00 7-2 13706 NDND NDNDNDNDND0.0000.0000.000 4/23/06 0:00 7-3 13707 1.190 516.0009.619 540. 8009.122 ND ND 0.253 0.111 0.000 4/23/06 12:00 7-4 13708 1.306519.2008.047540.0008. 734 NDND0.2020.1040.000 4/24/06 0:00 7-5 13709 2.494510.40010.398539.2009. 489 NDND0.2370.0980.000 4/24/06 12:00 7-6 13710 2.505514.4008.822543.2009. 320 NDND0.1900.0950.000 4/25/06 0:00 7-7 13711 2.493 515.2008.350 539. 2008.820 ND ND 0.176 0.089 0.000 4/25/06 12:00 7-8 13712 1.177516.8008.631538.4009. 902 NDND0.2240.1220.000 4/26/06 0:00 7-9 13713 1.148514.4009.040542.40010. 704 NDND0.2370.1340.000 4/26/06 12:00 7-10 13714 1.080516.0008.156542.4009. 834 NDND0.2120.1230.000 4/27/06 0:00 7-11 13715 1.009515.2007.520543.2009. 300 NDND0.1950.1160.000 4/27/06 12:00 7-12 13716 1.106519.2007.811543.2008. 965 NDND0.2010.1100.000 4/28/06 0:00 7-13 13717 1.018516.8008.129541.60010. 149 NDND0.2130.1280.000 4/28/06 12:00 7-14 13718 1.150516.8007.962540.8009. 648 NDND0.2040.1190.000 4/29/06 0:00 8-1 13870 1.226 517.6008.071 543. 20010.191 ND ND 0.205 0.126 0.000 4/29/06 12:00 8-2 13871 1.177513.6007.808541.6008. 996 NDND0.1990.1090.000 4/30/06 0:00 8-3 13872 1.143513.6007.729540.8008. 978 NDND0.1980.1100.000 4/30/06 12:00 8-4 13873 1.220510.40010.569541.60010. 749 NDND0.2800.1330.000 5/1/06 0:00 8-5 13874 1.221 520.0009.025 546. 40010.619 ND ND 0.234 0.132 0.000 5/1/06 12:00 8-6 13875 1.834518.40012.858540.00011. 915 NDND0.3310.1410.000 5/2/06 0:00 8-7 13876 1.133520.8007.511539.2008. 450 NDND0.1910.1020.000 5/2/06 12:00 8-8 13877 1.270524.0007.776542.4008. 786 NDND0.1950.1050.000 5/3/06 0:00 8-9 13878 1.175 512.8007.992 537. 6008.792 ND ND 0.205 0.107 0.000 5/3/06 12:00 8-10 13879 1.156516.8009.044539.2009. 785 NDND0.2370.1210.000 5/4/06 0:00 8-11 13880 1.330518.4008.577541.6009. 000 NDND0.2170.1070.000 5/4/06 12:00 8-12 13881 1.513515.20010.548544.00011. 520 NDND0.2710.1400.000 5/5/06 0:00 8-13 13882 1.377 512.80010.501 544. 00010.913 ND ND 0.274 0.134 0.000 5/5/06 12:00 8-14 13883 1.194514.4007.285538.4007. 984 NDND0.1830.0950.000 5/6/06 0:00 9-1 14182 0.984515.20010.218539.2009. 146 NDND0.2770.1140.000 5/6/06 12:00 9-2 14183 1.078516.8008.434536.8008. 628 NDND0.2210.1060.000 5/7/06 0:00 9-3 14184 2.881510.40010.219535.2009. 503 NDND0.2200.0930.000 5/7/06 12:00 9-4 14185 1.210511.20011.290541.6009. 960 NDND0.3020.1230.000 5/8/06 0:00 9-5 14186 0.854511.2009.274540.0008. 866 NDND0.2530.1120.000 5/8/06 12:00 9-6 14187 0.977 511.2008.254 537. 6008.074 ND ND 0.218 0.099 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 184 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/9/06 0:00 9-7 14188 3.433 510.400 14.064 540. 800 12.547 ND ND 0.319 0.128 0.000 5/9/06 12:00 9-8 14189 0.992 520.000 7.497 540. 000 7.267 ND ND 0.195 0.088 0.000 5/10/06 0:00 9-9 14190 3.479512.00013.386535.20010. 673 NDND0.2970.1010.000 5/10/06 12:00 9-10 14191 1.103514.4008.918542.4008. 807 NDND0.2340.1080.000 5/11/06 0:00 9-11 14192 3.567511.20011.041536.00010. 659 NDND0.2240.0990.000 5/11/06 12:00 9-12 14193 3.149 511.200 9.312 539. 200 8.976 ND ND 0.185 0.082 0.000 5/12/06 0:00 9-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 5/12/06 12:00 9-14 14194 4.426510.40018.350535.20013. 757 NDND0.4180.1310.000 5/13/06 0:00 9-15 14195 3.175516.00010.423540.8009. 603 NDND0.2170.0900.000 5/13/06 12:00 10-1 14031 1.120 516.8007.909 539. 2008.535 ND ND 0.204 0.1040.000 5/14/06 0:00 10-2 14032 3.626515.20017.110538.40016. 888 NDND0.4050.1860.000 5/14/06 12:00 10-3 14033 1.326511.20010.005540.8009. 954 NDND0.2600.1210.000 5/15/06 0:00 10-4 14034 1.331513.60011.707537.60012. 119 NDND0.3110.1510.000 5/15/06 12:00 10-5 14035 4.592 510.40014.321 535. 20011.649 ND ND 0.292 0.0990.000 5/16/06 0:00 10-6 14036 5.770510.40021.948536.00018. 356 NDND0.4850.1760.000 5/16/06 12:00 10-7 14037 3.464514.40010.993540.00010. 781 NDND0.2260.1020.000 5/17/06 0:00 10-8 14038 1.800512.8008.986540.0008. 363 NDND0.2160.0920.000 5/17/06 12:00 10-9 14039 1.304518.4007.772541.6008. 553 NDND0.1940.1010.000 5/18/06 0:00 10-10 14040 3.503516.00010.836542.40011. 006 NDND0.2200.1050.000 5/18/06 12:00 10-11 14041 4.253514.40014.913535.20012. 155 NDND0.3200.1110.000 5/19/06 0:00 10-12 14042 3.078516.00011.039536.8009. 746 NDND0.2390.0930.000 5/19/06 12:00 10-13 14043 4.165 515.20012.300 537. 60010.392 ND ND 0.244 0.0870.000 5/20/06 0:00 10-14 14044 5.163515.20015.351536.00012. 939 NDND0.3060.1090.000 5/20/06 12:00 10-15 14045 3.897510.40011.848540.00010. 581 NDND0.2390.0940.000 5/21/06 0:00 10-16 14046 3.651512.80011.454539.20010. 655 NDND0.2340.0980.000 5/21/06 12:00 10-17 14047 3.670 510.40012.256 536. 00010.299 ND ND 0.258 0.0930.000 5/22/06 0:00 10-18 14048 4.061510.40010.843535.2009. 870 NDND0.2030.0810.000 5/22/06 12:00 10-19 14049 4.544510.40013.819536.00011. 721 NDND0.2780.1000.000 5/23/06 0:00 10-20 14050 1.857514.4007.941540.0007. 774 NDND0.1830.0830.000 5/23/06 12:00 10-21 14051 5.932 519.20016.563 538. 40015.393 ND ND 0.319 0.1320.000 5/24/06 0:00 11-1 14164 5.176515.20015.171535.20013. 069 NDND0.3000.1110.000 5/24/06 12:00 11-2 14165 1.825510.4009.986540.00010. 280 NDND0.2450.1180.000 5/25/06 0:00 11-3 14166 1.934524.0007.252538.4007. 762 NDND0.1600.0820.000 5/25/06 12:00 11-4 14167 1.322 514.4008.266 537. 6008.134 ND ND 0.208 0.0950.000 5/26/06 0:00 11-5 14168 1.483510.4008.309542.4009. 176 NDND0.2050.1080.000 5/26/06 12:00 11-6 14169 1.468520.8007.886544.0008. 399 NDND0.1930.0970.000 5/27/06 0:00 11-7 14170 1.850519.2006.737537.6007. 418 NDND0.1470.0780.000 5/27/06 12:00 11-8 14171 1.841512.00011.933540.00011. 169 NDND0.3030.1310.000 5/28/06 0:00 11-9 14172 2.101515.2007.425542.4008. 225 NDND0.1600.0860.000 5/28/06 12:00 11-10 14173 1.562522.4008.435540.0009. 061 NDND0.2060.1050.000 5/29/06 0:00 11-11 14174 1.697 515.20011.233 539. 20010.743 ND ND 0.286 0.1270.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 185 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 5/29/06 12:00 11-12 14175 1.602 520.0007.367 544. 0008.277 ND ND 0.173 0.093 0.000 5/30/06 0:00 11-13 14176 1.536 510.4008.126 547. 2008.527 ND ND 0.198 0.098 0.000 5/30/06 12:00 11-14 14177 1.474523.2006.280540.0007. 254 NDND0.1440.0810.000 5/31/06 0:00 12-1 14710 1.411514.40010.290536.8008. 491 NDND0.2660.0990.000 5/31/06 12:00 12-2 14711 1.062510.40010.513539.2008. 279 NDND0.2840.1010.000 6/1/06 0:00 12-3 14712 1.433 510.4009.021 538. 4007.571 ND ND 0.228 0.086 0.000 6/1/06 12:00 12-4 14713 1.157512.00010.128538.4008. 878 NDND0.2690.1080.000 6/2/06 0:00 12-5 14714 1.332510.4008.715536.0007. 566 NDND0.2210.0870.000 6/2/06 12:00 12-6 14715 1.263513.6007.165537.6006. 265 NDND0.1770.0700.000 6/3/06 0:00 12-7 14716 1.209 510.40011.647 536. 8009.053 ND ND 0.313 0.110 0.000 6/3/06 12:00 12-8 14717 1.631511.20015.437535.20012. 164 NDND0.4140.1470.000 6/4/06 0:00 12-9 14718 1.208512.0008.993539.2007. 747 NDND0.2340.0920.000 6/4/06 12:00 12-10 14719 1.279511.2008.328535.2007. 719 NDND0.2110.0900.000 6/5/06 0:00 12-11 14720 1.510 510.40010.040 536. 8007.964 ND ND 0.256 0.090 0.000 6/5/06 12:00 12-12 14721 4.684510.40020.040535.20014. 775 NDND0.4610.1410.000 6/6/06 0:00 12-13 14722 4.742510.40016.644536.00011. 667 NDND0.3570.0970.000 6/6/06 12:00 12-14 14723 1.459510.40010.945539.2009. 429 NDND0.2850.1120.000 6/7/06 0:00 13-1 14637 1.832510.40010.474536.8008. 279 NDND0.2590.0900.000 6/7/06 12:00 13-2 14638 1.864512.00013.312538.40011. 806 NDND0.3430.1390.000 6/8/06 0:00 13-3 14639 2.564510.40015.847535.20012. 414 NDND0.3980.1380.000 6/8/06 12:00 13-4 14640 2.212511.20010.322538.4008. 158 NDND0.2430.0830.000 6/9/06 0:00 13-5 14641 1.963 511.20015.038 539. 20012.903 ND ND 0.392 0.153 0.000 6/9/06 12:00 13-6 14642 2.102511.20011.370543.2009. 201 NDND0.2780.0990.000 6/10/06 0:00 13-7 14643 2.942511.20020.819536.00017. 126 NDND0.5360.1990.000 6/10/06 12:00 13-8 14644 1.968511.20012.580536.00011. 256 NDND0.3180.1300.000 6/11/06 0:00 13-9 14645 1.624 512.80010.808 535. 2008.586 ND ND 0.276 0.097 0.000 6/11/06 12:00 13-10 14646 2.028510.40011.839536.0009. 656 NDND0.2940.1070.000 6/12/06 0:00 13-11 14647 2.756511.20019.344536.00015. 274 NDND0.4980.1750.000 6/12/06 12:00 13-12 14648 1.939510.40010.471538.4009. 121 NDND0.2560.1010.000 6/13/06 0:00 13-13 14649 1.887 510.40013.015 536. 00010.727 ND ND 0.334 0.124 0.000 6/13/06 12:00 13-14 14650 1.810512.00014.324535.20012. 489 NDND0.3750.1500.000 6/14/06 0:00 13-15 14651 1.742511.20013.347536.00010. 210 NDND0.3480.1190.000 6/14/06 12:00 13-16 14652 1.633510.40013.036535.20010. 161 NDND0.3420.1190.000 6/15/06 0:00 14-1 14583 3.061 510.4008.581 535. 2006.748 ND ND 0.166 0.052 0.000 6/15/06 12:00 14-2 14584 3.019512.0008.176535.2006. 586 NDND0.1550.0500.000 6/16/06 0:00 14-3 14585 1.678511.20010.899541.6009. 484 NDND0.2770.1090.000 6/16/06 12:00 14-4 14586 1.217510.40010.088549.6008. 939 NDND0.2660.1080.000 6/17/06 0:00 14-5 14587 1.389510.4009.460541.6008. 433 NDND0.2420.0990.000 6/17/06 12:00 14-6 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/18/06 0:00 14-7 14589 1.680510.4009.324544.8007. 513 NDND0.2290.0820.000 6/18/06 12:00 14-8 14590 1.257 511.200 7.848 535. 200 6.705 ND ND 0.198 0.076 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 186 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 6/19/06 0:00 14-9 14591 1.352 510.400 8.747 540. 000 7.770 ND ND 0.222 0.090 0.000 6/19/06 12:00 14-10 14592 3.192 512.800 9.102 539. 200 7.486 ND ND 0.177 0.060 0.000 6/20/06 0:00 14-11 14593 1.732510.4007.794536.0006. 790 NDND0.1820.0710.000 6/20/06 12:00 15-1 14895 2.312524.8006.945535.2007. 080 NDND0.1390.0670.000 6/21/06 0:00 15-2 14896 3.176524.8006.347549.6007. 808 NDND0.0950.0650.000 6/21/06 12:00 15-3 14897 2.568 524.800 4.338 549. 600 7.611 ND ND 0.053 0.071 0.000 6/22/06 0:00 15-4 SNA SNASNASNASNASNASNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 6/22/06 12:00 15-5 14899 2.152524.8005.631544.8005. 978 NDND0.1040.0540.000 6/23/06 0:00 15-6 14900 2.501524.0006.432535.2006. 575 NDND0.1180.0570.000 6/23/06 12:00 15-7 14901 2.720 524.8005.846 549. 6008.027 ND ND 0.094 0.074 0.000 6/24/06 0:00 15-8 14902 2.790524.8006.658549.6007. 348 NDND0.1160.0640.000 6/24/06 12:00 15-9 14903 3.218524.8006.571535.2006. 841 NDND0.1010.0510.000 6/25/06 0:00 15-10 14904 2.405524.8005.051549.6005. 753 NDND0.0790.0470.000 6/25/06 12:00 15-11 14905 2.687 512.0005.065 549. 6005.244 ND ND 0.071 0.036 0.000 6/26/06 0:00 15-12 14906 3.142514.4005.795549.6006. 225 NDND0.0800.0430.000 6/26/06 12:00 15-13 14907 2.705523.2005.454544.0005. 691 NDND0.0820.0420.000 6/27/06 0:00 15-14 14908 3.211524.8007.121549.6007. 490 NDND0.1170.0600.000 6/27/06 12:00 16-1 17320 0.083510.4000.491536.0000. 316 NDND0.0120.0030.000 6/28/06 0:00 16-2 17321 0.137524.8000.624535.2000. 506 NDND0.0150.0050.000 6/28/06 12:00 16-3 17322 0.097511.2000.520535.2000. 290 NDND0.0130.0030.000 6/29/06 0:00 16-4 17323 0.140524.8000.810535.2000. 637 NDND0.0200.0070.000 6/29/06 12:00 16-5 17324 0.063 514.4000.426 535. 2000.231 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000 6/30/06 0:00 16-6 17325 0.065511.2000.470535.2000. 213 NDND0.0120.0020.000 6/30/06 12:00 16-7 17326 0.076511.2000.532535.2000. 232 NDND0.0140.0020.000 7/1/06 0:00 16-8 17327 0.075510.4000.489536.0000. 227 NDND0.0120.0020.000 7/1/06 12:00 16-9 17328 0.101 514.4000.511 535. 2000.240 ND ND 0.012 0.002 0.000 7/2/06 0:00 16-10 17329 0.104518.4000.588535.2000. 313 NDND0.0150.0030.000 7/2/06 12:00 16-11 17330 0.088522.4000.683535.2000. 378 NDND0.0180.0040.000 7/3/06 0:00 16-12 17331 0.224510.4000.945535.2000. 555 NDND0.0220.0050.000 7/3/06 12:00 16-13 17332 0.086 517.6000.584 535. 2000.344 ND ND 0.015 0.004 0.000 7/4/06 0:00 16-14 17333 0.076520.0000.595535.2000. 437 NDND0.0160.0050.000 7/4/06 12:00 16-15 17334 0.065510.4000.466535.2000. 251 NDND0.0120.0030.000 7/5/06 0:00 16-16 17335 0.086522.4000.642535.2000. 430 NDND0.0170.0050.000 7/5/06 12:00 16-17 17336 0.140 515.2000.666 535. 2000.436 ND ND 0.016 0.004 0.000 7/6/06 0:00 16-18 17337 0.201517.6000.741535.2000. 493 NDND0.0160.0040.000 7/6/06 12:00 16-19 17338 0.067516.8000.512535.2000. 248 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/7/06 0:00 16-20 17339 0.095516.0000.472535.2000. 270 NDND0.0110.0020.000 7/7/06 12:00 16-21 17340 0.074516.8000.448535.2000. 271 NDND0.0110.0030.000 7/8/06 0:00 16-22 17341 0.070523.2000.328535.2000. 233 NDND0.0080.0020.000 7/8/06 12:00 16-23 17342 0.056510.4000.396537.6000. 190 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/9/06 0:00 16-24 17343 0.069 521.6000.368 535. 2000.270 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 187 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/11/06 0:00 17-1 17719 0.086 513.6000.369 535. 2000.224 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000 7/11/06 12:00 17-2 17720 0.046 511.2000.358 535. 2000.204 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000 7/12/06 0:00 17-3 17721 0.074516.8000.301535.2000. 189 NDND0.0070.0020.000 7/12/06 12:00 17-4 17722 0.079517.6000.413535.2000. 244 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/13/06 0:00 17-5 17723 0.084517.6000.533536.0000. 275 NDND0.0130.0030.000 7/13/06 12:00 17-6 17724 0.043 521.6000.465 535. 2000.269 ND ND 0.013 0.003 0.000 7/14/06 0:00 17-7 17725 0.087510.4000.429536.0000. 238 NDND0.0100.0020.000 7/14/06 12:00 17-8 17726 0.065515.2000.380535.2000. 224 NDND0.0090.0020.000 7/15/06 0:00 17-9 17727 0.069511.2000.434535.2000. 211 NDND0.0110.0020.000 7/15/06 12:00 17-10 17728 0.128 520.8000.645 535. 2000.391 ND ND 0.016 0.004 0.000 7/16/06 0:00 17-11 17729 0.039524.8000.368535.2000. 237 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/16/06 12:00 17-12 17730 0.061522.4000.373535.2000. 227 NDND0.0090.0020.000 7/17/06 0:00 17-13 17731 0.062511.2000.354535.2000. 190 NDND0.0090.0020.000 7/17/06 12:00 17-14 17732 0.132 517.6000.469 535. 2000.312 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000 7/18/06 0:00 17-15 17733 0.075517.6000.415535.2000. 264 NDND0.0100.0030.000 7/18/06 12:00 17-16 17734 0.064522.4000.515535.2000. 311 NDND0.0140.0030.000 7/19/06 0:00 18-1 17626 0.228516.8000.934535.2000. 557 NDND0.0210.0050.000 7/19/06 12:00 18-2 17627 0.284510.4000.846536.0000. 571 NDND0.0170.0040.000 7/20/06 0:00 18-3 17628 0.427516.8001.433535.2001. 021 NDND0.0300.0080.000 7/20/06 12:00 18-4 17629 0.253520.8001.303535.2000. 789 NDND0.0320.0080.000 7/21/06 0:00 18-5 17630 0.277524.8001.384535.2001. 170 NDND0.0330.0130.000 7/21/06 12:00 18-6 17631 0.250 511.2000.801 535. 2000.472 ND ND 0.017 0.003 0.000 7/22/06 0:00 18-7 17632 0.495518.4001.498535.2001. 284 NDND0.0300.0110.000 7/22/06 12:00 18-8 17633 0.190520.0000.699535.2000. 473 NDND0.0150.0040.000 7/23/06 0:00 18-9 17634 0.253522.4001.063535.2000. 686 NDND0.0240.0060.000 7/23/06 12:00 18-10 17635 0.387 518.4001.312 535. 2000.906 ND ND 0.028 0.007 0.000 7/24/06 0:00 18-11 17636 0.343520.0001.213535.2000. 873 NDND0.0260.0070.000 7/24/06 12:00 18-12 17637 0.298523.2001.424535.2000. 955 NDND0.0340.0090.000 7/25/06 0:00 18-13 17638 0.320516.0000.926536.0000. 603 NDND0.0180.0040.000 7/25/06 12:00 18-14 17639 0.267 522.4001.053 535. 2000.650 ND ND 0.024 0.005 0.000 7/26/06 0:00 19-1 15250 1.922512.0003.051549.6004. 187 NDND0.0340.0320.000 7/26/06 12:00 19-2 15251 1.854524.8004.490549.6005. 146 NDND0.0790.0460.000 7/27/06 0:00 19-3 15252 1.719510.4003.234535.2002. 948 NDND0.0450.0170.000 7/27/06 12:00 19-4 15253 1.772 510.4003.299 538. 4003.214 ND ND 0.046 0.020 0.000 7/28/06 0:00 19-5 15254 1.899512.8003.392549.6004. 270 NDND0.0450.0330.000 7/28/06 12:00 19-6 15255 2.275512.8003.876549.6004. 873 NDND0.0480.0360.000 7/29/06 0:00 19-7 15256 1.964524.8004.694549.6005. 456 NDND0.0820.0490.000 7/29/06 12:00 19-8 15257 1.819524.8003.710549.6005. 759 NDND0.0570.0550.000 7/30/06 0:00 19-9 15258 1.598524.8003.978548.0004. 270 NDND0.0710.0370.000 7/30/06 12:00 19-10 15259 2.130524.8003.958549.6006. 898 NDND0.0550.0670.000 7/31/06 0:00 19-11 15260 2.303 510.4004.171 549. 6004.892 ND ND 0.056 0.036 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 188 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 7/31/06 12:00 19-12 15261 1.580 524.8003.418 549. 6003.619 ND ND 0.055 0.029 0.000 8/1/06 0:00 19-13 15262 2.051 524.8003.507 549. 6005.159 ND ND 0.044 0.044 0.000 8/1/06 12:00 19-14 15263 1.616524.8003.446549.6004. 785 NDND0.0550.0440.000 8/2/06 0:00 20-1 17520 0.155524.8001.217535.2000. 856 NDND0.0320.0100.000 8/2/06 12:00 20-2 17521 0.146523.2001.275535.2000. 718 NDND0.0340.0080.000 8/3/06 0:00 20-3 17522 0.178 520.0000.852 535. 2000.548 ND ND 0.020 0.005 0.000 8/3/06 12:00 20-4 17523 0.193511.2000.774535.2000. 461 NDND0.0170.0040.000 8/4/06 0:00 20-5 17524 0.198522.4001.221535.2000. 737 NDND0.0310.0080.000 8/4/06 12:00 20-6 17525 0.162510.4000.777535.2000. 454 NDND0.0180.0040.000 8/5/06 0:00 20-7 17526 0.137 523.2000.661 535. 2000.393 ND ND 0.016 0.004 0.000 8/5/06 12:00 20-8 17527 0.115520.0000.762535.2000. 504 NDND0.0190.0050.000 8/6/06 0:00 20-9 17528 0.124520.0000.681535.2000. 360 NDND0.0170.0030.000 8/6/06 12:00 20-10 17529 0.185520.8000.889535.2000. 580 NDND0.0210.0060.000 8/7/06 0:00 20-11 17530 0.114 524.8001.079 535. 2000.774 ND ND 0.029 0.009 0.000 8/7/06 12:00 20-12 17531 0.404518.4001.128535.2000. 897 NDND0.0220.0070.000 8/8/06 0:00 20-13 17532 0.124523.2001.264535.2000. 676 NDND0.0340.0080.000 8/8/06 12:00 20-14 17533 0.119519.2000.767535.2000. 423 NDND0.0190.0040.000 8/9/06 0:00 20-15 17534 0.113523.2000.798535.2000. 478 NDND0.0210.0050.000 8/9/06 12:00 20-16 17535 0.185521.6000.824535.2000. 517 NDND0.0190.0050.000 8/10/06 0:00 20-17 17536 0.115521.6001.196535.2000. 663 NDND0.0320.0080.000 8/10/06 12:00 21-1 16313 0.314520.8001.452535.2000. 916 NDND0.0340.0080.000 8/11/06 0:00 21-2 16314 0.465 522.4002.215 535. 2001.389 ND ND 0.053 0.013 0.000 8/11/06 12:00 21-3 16315 0.522510.4002.161535.2001. 196 NDND0.0490.0090.000 8/12/06 0:00 21-4 16316 0.511517.6002.003535.2001. 237 NDND0.0450.0100.000 8/12/06 12:00 21-5 16317 0.461521.6003.012535.2001. 793 NDND0.0770.0190.000 8/13/06 0:00 21-6 16318 0.754 523.2003.479 535. 2002.200 ND ND 0.082 0.020 0.000 8/13/06 12:00 21-7 16319 0.353521.6001.670535.2001. 079 NDND0.0400.0100.000 8/14/06 0:00 21-8 16320 0.515520.0001.636535.2001. 189 NDND0.0340.0090.000 8/14/06 12:00 21-9 16321 0.697521.6002.511535.2001. 687 NDND0.0540.0140.000 8/15/06 0:00 21-10 16322 0.378 521.6001.624 535. 2001.116 ND ND 0.037 0.010 0.000 8/15/06 12:00 21-11 16323 0.349520.0001.899535.2001. 106 NDND0.0470.0110.000 8/16/06 0:00 21-12 16324 0.369522.4001.899535.2001. 166 NDND0.0460.0110.000 8/16/06 12:00 21-13 16325 0.401518.4001.728535.2001. 054 NDND0.0400.0090.000 8/17/06 0:00 21-14 16326 0.393 520.8001.351 535. 2000.912 ND ND 0.029 0.007 0.000 8/17/06 12:00 21-15 16327 0.366510.4001.342535.2000. 740 NDND0.0290.0050.000 8/18/06 0:00 21-16 16328 0.353521.6002.508535.2001. 519 NDND0.0650.0160.000 8/18/06 12:00 21-17 16329 0.346518.4001.638535.2001. 020 NDND0.0390.0090.000 8/19/06 0:00 21-18 16330 0.380521.6002.414535.2001. 402 NDND0.0610.0140.000 8/19/06 12:00 21-19 16331 0.411522.4002.573535.2001. 503 NDND0.0650.0150.000 8/20/06 0:00 21-20 16332 0.333518.4001.434535.2000. 881 NDND0.0330.0080.000 8/20/06 12:00 21-21 16333 0.318 520.8001.436 535. 2000.960 ND ND 0.034 0.009 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 189 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 8/21/06 0:00 21-22 16334 0.335 516.800 1.822 535. 200 1.060 ND ND 0.045 0.010 0.000 8/21/06 12:00 21-23 16335 0.325 524.000 1.730 535. 200 1.042 ND ND 0.042 0.010 0.000 8/22/06 0:00 22-1 16615 1.160515.2002.863535.2002. 022 NDND0.0510.0120.000 8/22/06 12:00 22-2 16616 1.140516.0003.391535.2002. 248 NDND0.0680.0160.000 8/23/06 0:00 22-3 16617 0.973521.6003.363535.2002. 250 NDND0.0720.0180.000 8/23/06 12:00 22-4 16618 0.929 519.200 3.256 535. 200 2.080 ND ND 0.070 0.016 0.000 8/24/06 0:00 22-5 16619 0.833520.0004.433535.2002. 617 NDND0.1080.0250.000 8/24/06 12:00 22-6 16620 0.569520.0002.390535.2001. 438 NDND0.0550.0120.000 8/25/06 0:00 22-7 16621 0.614518.4002.497535.2001. 512 NDND0.0560.0130.000 8/25/06 12:00 22-8 16622 0.638 518.400 2.825 535. 200 1.681 ND ND 0.066 0.015 0.000 8/26/06 0:00 22-9 16623 0.613522.4002.111535.2001. 379 NDND0.0450.0110.000 8/26/06 12:00 22-10 16624 0.676522.4003.581535.2002. 104 NDND0.0870.0200.000 8/27/06 0:00 22-11 16625 0.585523.2002.671535.2001. 637 NDND0.0630.0150.000 8/27/06 12:00 22-12 16626 0.498 520.800 2.146 535. 200 1.283 ND ND 0.049 0.011 0.000 8/28/06 0:00 22-13 16627 0.619520.8002.335535.2001. 474 NDND0.0510.0120.000 8/28/06 12:00 22-14 16628 0.697519.2002.101535.2001. 543 NDND0.0420.0120.000 8/29/06 0:00 22-15 16629 0.471519.2001.806535.2001. 096 NDND0.0400.0090.000 8/29/06 12:00 22-16 16630 0.611520.8001.855535.2001. 234 NDND0.0370.0090.000 8/30/06 0:00 22-17 16631 0.535520.0001.764535.2001. 119 NDND0.0370.0080.000 8/30/06 12:00 22-18 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 9/11/06 12:00 23-1 17037 0.500511.2001.163535.2000. 832 NDND0.0200.0050.000 9/12/06 0:00 23-2 17038 0.447 524.8001.283 535. 2001.110 ND ND 0.025 0.009 0.000 9/12/06 12:00 23-3 17039 0.248512.8001.242535.2000. 886 NDND0.0300.0090.000 9/13/06 0:00 23-4 17040 0.665520.8001.642535.2001. 444 NDND0.0290.0110.000 9/13/06 12:00 23-5 17041 1.425510.4003.588535.2003. 136 NDND0.0650.0240.000 9/14/06 0:00 23-6 17042 0.403 517.6000.895 535. 2000.706 ND ND 0.015 0.004 0.000 9/14/06 12:00 23-7 17043 0.441516.0001.606535.2001. 228 NDND0.0350.0110.000 9/15/06 0:00 23-8 17044 0.349510.4001.232535.2000. 841 NDND0.0260.0070.000 9/15/06 12:00 23-9 17045 0.269512.0001.205535.2000. 876 NDND0.0280.0080.000 9/16/06 0:00 23-10 17046 0.293 510.4001.237 535. 2000.764 ND ND 0.028 0.007 0.000 9/16/06 12:00 23-11 17047 0.221518.4000.724535.2000. 519 NDND0.0150.0040.000 9/17/06 0:00 23-12 17048 0.230524.8001.372535.2001. 185 NDND0.0340.0130.000 9/17/06 12:00 23-13 17049 0.420524.8001.167535.2000. 997 NDND0.0220.0080.000 9/18/06 0:00 23-14 17050 0.353 510.4001.519 535. 2001.080 ND ND 0.035 0.010 0.000 9/18/06 12:00 23-15 17051 0.150512.0000.811536.0000. 452 NDND0.0200.0040.000 9/19/06 0:00 24-1 16204 1.915511.2004.669535.2003. 375 NDND0.0830.0200.000 9/19/06 12:00 24-2 16205 5.927518.40012.937536.00011. 770 NDND0.2100.0820.000 9/20/06 0:00 24-3 16206 1.079518.4004.173535.2002. 509 NDND0.0930.0200.000 9/20/06 12:00 24-4 16207 0.938510.4003.199535.2001. 893 NDND0.0680.0130.000 9/21/06 0:00 24-5 16208 1.192520.8003.750535.2002. 780 NDND0.0770.0220.000 9/21/06 12:00 24-6 16209 1.080 520.8004.229 535. 2002.824 ND ND 0.094 0.024 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 190 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 9/22/06 0:00 24-7 16210 1.652 510.400 5.888 535. 200 4.419 ND ND 0.127 0.039 0.000 9/22/06 12:00 24-8 16211 1.728 524.000 5.402 535. 200 4.713 ND ND 0.110 0.042 0.000 9/23/06 0:00 24-9 16212 2.649518.4005.274535.2004. 748 NDND0.0790.0290.000 9/23/06 12:00 24-10 16213 1.339510.4005.815535.2003. 040 NDND0.1340.0240.000 9/24/06 0:00 24-11 16214 2.520510.4006.751535.2005. 277 NDND0.1270.0390.000 9/24/06 12:00 24-12 16215 3.496 510.400 12.231 535. 200 7.959 ND ND 0.262 0.062 0.000 9/25/06 0:00 24-13 16216 2.435511.2005.229535.2003. 833 NDND0.0840.0200.000 9/25/06 12:00 24-14 16217 0.763510.4002.379NDND 555. 2000.8810.0480.0000.002 9/26/06 0:00 24-15 16218 1.820518.4003.866535.2003. 285 NDND0.0610.0210.000 9/26/06 12:00 24-16 16219 2.154 516.800 5.074 535. 200 4.327 ND ND 0.088 0.030 0.000 9/27/06 0:00 24-17 16220 1.513517.6003.289535.2002. 588 NDND0.0530.0150.000 9/27/06 12:00 24-18 16221 2.543510.4005.705536.0004. 593 NDND0.0950.0290.000 9/28/06 0:00 24-19 16222 1.180519.2002.814535.2002. 403 NDND0.0490.0170.000 9/28/06 12:00 24-20 SNA SNA SNA SN A SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A 9/29/06 0:00 25-1 17985 1.311514.4003.790535.2002. 501 NDND0.0740.0170.000 9/29/06 12:00 25-2 17986 1.987510.40011.843535.2007. 255 NDND0.2960.0740.000 9/30/06 0:00 25-3 17987 0.889510.4002.989535.2001. 747 NDND0.0630.0120.000 9/30/06 12:00 25-4 17988 1.736510.4005.935535.2004. 166 NDND0.1260.0340.000 10/1/06 0:00 25-5 17989 2.072518.4006.277535.2004. 627 NDND0.1260.0360.000 10/1/06 12:00 25-6 17990 1.507524.0004.564535.2003. 848 NDND0.0920.0330.000 10/2/06 0:00 25-7 17991 1.131511.2002.816536.0002. 154 NDND0.0510.0140.000 10/2/06 12:00 25-8 17992 2.186 510.4005.330 535. 2004.104 ND ND 0.094 0.027 0.000 10/3/06 0:00 25-9 17993 0.946524.8005.469535.2004. 490 NDND0.1360.0500.000 10/3/06 12:00 25-10 17994 1.219524.8003.719535.2003. 254 NDND0.0750.0280.000 10/4/06 0:00 25-11 17995 0.916520.8003.169535.2002. 067 NDND0.0680.0160.000 10/4/06 12:00 25-12 17996 0.750 512.8003.315 535. 2002.064 ND ND 0.077 0.018 0.000 10/5/06 0:00 25-13 17997 0.983520.0002.605535.2001. 994 NDND0.0490.0140.000 10/5/06 12:00 25-14 17998 1.096520.0003.097535.2002. 290 NDND0.0600.0170.000 10/6/06 0:00 25-15 17999 0.555523.2002.245535.2001. 677 NDND0.0510.0160.000 10/6/06 12:00 25-16 18000 0.804 522.4002.260 535. 2001.668 ND ND 0.044 0.012 0.000 10/7/06 0:00 25-17 18001 0.656520.0001.768535.2001. 360 NDND0.0330.0100.000 10/7/06 12:00 25-18 18002 0.883524.8002.659535.2002. 387 NDND0.0530.0210.000 10/8/06 0:00 25-19 18003 0.690516.0001.696535.2001. 540 NDND0.0300.0120.000 10/8/06 12:00 25-20 18004 0.854 524.8002.133 535. 2001.845 ND ND 0.038 0.014 0.000 10/9/06 0:00 25-21 18005 0.480510.4001.645535.2000. 982 NDND0.0350.0070.000 10/9/06 12:00 25-22 18006 1.360510.4005.995535.2003. 940 NDND0.1390.0360.000 10/10/06 0:00 25-23 18007 0.374523.2001.346535.2000. 930 NDND0.0290.0080.000 10/10/06 12:00 25-24 18008 0.355521.6001. 371535.2000.999 NDND 0.0300.0090.000 10/11/06 0:00 26-1 16918 1.034510.4003.509535.2002. 933 NDND0.0740.0270.000 10/11/06 12:00 26-2 16919 0.638521.6004. 069535.2002.545 NDND 0.1030.0270.000 10/12/06 0:00 26-3 16920 1. 257 512.8004.061 535.2002.805 ND ND 0.084 0.022 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 191 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 10/12/06 12:00 26-4 16921 1. 092 510.4003.317 535.2001.875 ND ND 0.067 0.011 0.000 10/13/06 0:00 26-5 16922 0. 593 510.4002.498 535.2001.223 ND ND 0.057 0.009 0.000 10/13/06 12:00 26-6 16923 0.679524.8002. 452535.2002.201 NDND 0.0530.0210.000 10/14/06 0:00 26-7 16924 0.859521.6002.656535.2001. 934 NDND0.0540.0150.000 10/14/06 12:00 26-8 16925 0.522510.4002. 551535.2001.117 NDND 0.0610.0080.000 10/15/06 0:00 26-9 16926 0. 802 510.4004.183 535.2002.028 ND ND 0.101 0.017 0.000 10/15/06 12:00 26-10 16927 0.798520.8002. 280535.2001.887 NDND 0.0440.0150.000 10/16/06 0:00 26-11 16928 0.678510.4003.695535.2002. 459 NDND0.0910.0250.000 10/16/06 12:00 26-12 16929 0.724511.2002. 794535.2001.510 NDND 0.0620.0110.000 10/17/06 0:00 26-13 16930 1. 046 521.6003.057 535.2002.664 ND ND 0.060 0.023 0.000 10/17/06 12:00 26-14 16931 0.993510.4003. 521535.2002.756 NDND 0.0760.0250.000 10/18/06 0:00 26-15 16932 0.853524.8003.115535.2002. 637 NDND0.0680.0250.000 10/18/06 12:00 26-16 16933 0.613516.0002. 623535.2001.734 NDND 0.0600.0160.000 10/19/06 0:00 27-1 16823 1. 351 524.8003.973 535.2003.814 ND ND 0.079 0.034 0.000 10/19/06 12:00 27-2 16824 1.098516.8003. 602535.2002.253 NDND 0.0750.0160.000 10/20/06 0:00 27-3 16825 2.304510.40011.371535.2005. 645 NDND0.2720.0470.000 10/20/06 12:00 27-4 16826 1.157521.6003. 136535.2002.541 NDND 0.0590.0190.000 10/21/06 0:00 27-5 16827 1.727518.4004.312535.2003. 570 NDND0.0780.0260.000 10/21/06 12:00 27-6 16828 0.825516.8002. 837535.2001.793 NDND 0.0600.0140.000 10/22/06 0:00 27-7 16829 0.801511.2002.713535.2002. 171 NDND0.0570.0190.000 10/22/06 12:00 27-8 16830 1.852510.4007. 079535.2003.895 NDND 0.1570.0290.000 10/23/06 0:00 27-9 16831 1. 114 523.2003.661 535.2002.642 ND ND 0.076 0.021 0.000 10/23/06 12:00 27-10 16832 0.986510.4004. 976535.2002.338 NDND 0.1200.0190.000 10/24/06 0:00 27-11 16833 0.811510.4002.768535.2002. 256 NDND0.0590.0200.000 10/24/06 12:00 27-12 16834 1.162522.4003. 328535.2002.797 NDND 0.0650.0230.000 10/25/06 0:00 27-13 16835 1. 198 512.0002.700 535.2001.972 ND ND 0.045 0.011 0.000 10/25/06 12:00 27-14 16836 0.574522.4001. 853535.2001.401 NDND 0.0380.0120.000 10/26/06 0:00 27-15 16837 1.402518.4003.015535.2002. 307 NDND0.0480.0130.000 10/26/06 12:00 27-16 16838 0.723510.4002. 556535.2001.403 NDND 0.0550.0100.000 10/27/06 0:00 27-17 16839 0. 977 523.2002.661 535.2002.036 ND ND 0.051 0.015 0.000 10/27/06 12:00 28-1 16050 0.856520.0002. 683535.2002.005 NDND 0.0550.0160.000 10/28/06 0:00 28-2 16051 0.657520.0002.686535.2002. 257 NDND0.0610.0220.000 10/28/06 12:00 28-3 16052 0.655510.4004. 078535.2002.520 NDND 0.1030.0260.000 10/29/06 0:00 28-4 16053 0. 961 513.6003.009 535.2001.974 ND ND 0.061 0.014 0.000 10/29/06 12:00 28-5 16054 0.716514.4002. 230535.2001.572 NDND 0.0450.0120.000 10/30/06 0:00 28-6 16055 0.524510.4003.142535.2001. 856 NDND0.0790.0190.000 10/30/06 12:00 28-7 16056 0.576511.2002. 243535.2001.266 NDND 0.0500.0100.000 10/31/06 0:00 28-8 16057 0.558510.4002.186535.2001. 205 NDND0.0490.0090.000 10/31/06 12:00 28-9 16058 0.469510.4002. 059535.2001.098 NDND 0.0480.0090.000 11/1/06 0:00 28-10 SNA SNASNASNASNASNA SNASNAN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/1/06 12:00 28-11 16060 0.443 524.800 1.462 535. 200 1.215 ND ND 0.031 0.011 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111 192 Date Time Field Sample Number Lab Sample Number Meas. Baseline (MEAS) AY73 Wavelen (MEAS) AY73 Intens (MEAS) AR87 Wavelen (MEAS) AR87 Intens (MEAS) AR92 Wavelen (MEAS) AR92 Intens (MEAS) AY73 PPB (CALC) AR87 PPB (CALC) AR92 PPB (CALC) 11/2/06 0:00 28-12 16061 0.427 510.400 1.593 535. 200 0.938 ND ND 0.035 0.007 0.000 11/2/06 12:00 28-13 16062 0.790 510.400 3.140 535. 200 2.121 ND ND 0.071 0.019 0.000 11/3/06 0:00 28-14 16063 0.705520.0001.938535.2001. 542 NDND0.0370.0120.000 11/3/06 12:00 28-15 16064 0.384511.2001.449535.2000. 894 NDND0.0320.0070.000 11/4/06 0:00 28-16 16065 0.391516.8001.523535.2000. 974 NDND0.0340.0080.000 11/4/06 12:00 28-17 16066 0.356 518.400 1.152 535. 200 0.801 ND ND 0.024 0.006 0.000 11/5/06 0:00 28-18 16067 0.356519.2001.091535.2000. 770 NDND0.0220.0060.000 11/5/06 12:00 28-19 16068 0.431516.8001.120535.2000. 805 NDND0.0210.0050.000 11/6/06 0:00 28-20 16069 0.371524.8002.021535.2001. 640 NDND0.0500.0180.000 11/6/06 12:00 28-21 16070 0.885 516.800 2.800 535. 200 2.443 ND ND 0.057 0.022 0.000 11/7/06 0:00 28-22 16071 0.301516.8000.978535.2000. 728 NDND0.0200.0060.000 11/7/06 12:00 28-23 16072 0.308516.8000.915535.2000. 645 NDND0.0180.0050.000 11/8/06 0:00 29-1 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/8/06 12:00 29-2 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 11/9/06 0:00 29-3 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/9/06 12:00 29-4 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/10/06 0:00 29-5 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/10/06 12:00 29-6 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 11/11/06 0:00 29-7 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/11/06 12:00 29-8 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/12/06 0:00 29-9 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/12/06 12:00 29-10 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 11/13/06 0:00 29-11 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/13/06 12:00 29-12 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/14/06 0:00 29-13 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/14/06 12:00 29-14 NSC NSC NSC NS C NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A 11/15/06 0:00 29-15 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/15/06 12:00 29-16 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N /A N/ A 11/16/06 0:00 29-17 NSC NSCNSCNSCNSCNSC NSCNSCN/ A N/ A N/ A 11/16/06 12:00 30-1 15942 0. 709 514.400 2.350 536.000 1.674 ND ND 0.049 0.014 0.000 11/17/06 0:00 30-2 15943 1.094510.40011.082535.2004. 022 NDND0.3000.0410.000 11/17/06 12:00 30-3 15944 0.819520.0001. 802535.2001.547 NDND 0.0290.0100.000 11/18/06 0:00 30-4 15945 0.688518.4001.604535.2001. 421 NDND0.0270.0100.000 11/18/06 12:00 30-5 15946 0. 530 518.400 1.550 535.200 1.268 ND ND 0.031 0.010 0.000 11/19/06 0:00 30-6 15947 0.297517.6001.220535.2000. 785 NDND0.0280.0070.000 11/19/06 12:00 30-7 15948 0.629510.4002. 297535.2001.729 NDND 0.0500.0150.000 11/20/06 0:00 30-8 15949 0.594524.0001.926535.2001. 542 NDND0.0400.0130.000 11/20/06 12:00 30-9 15950 0. 320 523.200 1.046 535.200 0.784 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000 11/21/06 0:00 30-10 15951 0.545518.4001.630535.2001. 377 NDND0.0330.0120.000 11/21/06 12:00 30-11 15952 0. 426 516.800 1.440 535.200 1.022 ND ND 0.030 0.008 0.000 Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Herschel T. Vinyard Jr., Secretary REGULATORY PROGRAMS Jeff Littlejohn, Deputy Secretary OFFICE OF THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Jonathan D. Arthur, State Geologist and Director ADMINISTRATION SECTION Jacqueline M. Lloyd, Assistant State Geologist Sarah Allen, Administrative Assistant Eric Harrington, Administrative Secretary Traci Billingsley, Business Manager Katie Tofano, Archivist Jan Delaney, Environmental Supervisor GEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS SECTION Guy H. Means, Assistant State Geologist Seth Bassett, Environmental Specialist Clint Kromhout, Professional Geologist Ken Campbell, Professional Geologist Dave Paul, Professional Geologist Bob Cleveland, Engineering Specialist Dan Phelps, Professional Geologist Will Evans, Professional Geologist Guy Richardson, Engineering Technician Andy Flor, Geologist Wade Stringer, Engineering Specialist Rick Green, Professional Geologist Eric Thomas, Engineering Technician Levi Hannon, Environmental Specialist Christopher Williams, Professional Geologist Jesse Hurd, Laboratory Technician APPLIED GEOSCIENCE SERVICES SECTION Rodney DeHan, Environmental Administrator Alan Baker, Professional Geologist Paul Hansard, Professional Geologist Scott Barrett Dyer, Environmental Specialist Chantel Iacoviello, Environmental Specialist Doug Calman, Librarian Michelle Ladle, Geologist Jim Cichon, Environmental Specialist Frank Rupert, Professional Geologist Katy Etheridge Laboratory Technician Andy Smith, Professional Geologist Cindy Fischler, Professional Geologist Keith Wood, Environmental Specialist Tom Greenhalgh, Professional Geologist


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Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed : Tracer study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility, Tallahassee, Florida
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Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed : Tracer study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility, Tallahassee, Florida
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Florida Geological Survey Report of Investigations; No. 111
Physical Description:
vii, 192 p.
Language:
English
Creator:
Kincaid, Todd
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Tallahassee, FL; Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Office of the Florida Geological Survey
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Tallahassee, Fla.
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Subjects / Keywords:
Watersheds--Florida
Karst--Florida
Wastewater Treatment and Reuse

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Table of Contents
        Page iii
        Page iv
        Page v
    Abstract
        Page vi
    Acknowledgement
        Page vii
    Introduction
        Page 1
    Fluorescent tracer test design
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
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        Page 7
        Page 8
    Results: Tracer recovery and fluorescence measurement
        Page 9
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Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application
facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer
study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility,
Tallahassee, Florida


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Chemical concentrations and water temperatures are given in SI units. Chemical con-
centration is given in milligrams per liter (mg/L) or micrograms per liter (ug/L). Milligrams
per liter is a unit expressing the concentration of chemical constituents in solution as weight
(milligrams) of solute per unit volume (liter) of water. One thousand micrograms per liter is
equivalent to one milligram per liter. For concentrations less than 7,000 mg/L, the numeri-
cal value is the same as for concentrations in parts per million (ppm). Parts per billion (ppb)
is used for extremely dilute concentrations, where one ppb would equal one-one thousandth
of a ppm.

Fluorescence and turbidity are herein recorded in millivolts (mV) representing raw
data from the recording instruments. Fluorescent wave length, X, is expressed in nannometers
(nm). One nm is equivalent to one-millonth of a millimeter.

Water temperature is given in degrees Celsius (C), which can be converted to degrees
Fahrenheit (OF) by the following equation:

F = 1.8(oC) + 32

Sea level: In this report, "sea level" refers to the National Geodetic Vertical Datum
of 1929 (NGVD of 1929) a geodetic datum derived from a general adjustment of the first-
order level nets of both the United States and Canada, formerly called "Mean Sea Level of
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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Herschel T. Vinyard Jr., Secretary


REGULATORY PROGRAMS
Jeff Littlejohn, Deputy Secretary

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Jonathan Arthur, State Geologist and Director


Report of Investigation No. 111



Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application
facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer
study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility,
Tallahassee, Florida



By

Todd Kincaid, Gareth Davies, Christopher Werner,
and Rodney DeHan


Published for the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Tallahassee, Florida
2012

































































Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee, FL
2012
ISSN 0160-0931


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CONTENTS


A b stract ..........................................
Acknowledgem ents .................................
Introduction .......................................
General Overview ..............................
O objectives .....................................
Fluorescent Tracer Test Design.......................
T racers .......................................
N ear-Field Test ................................
Intermediate-Field Test. .........................
F ar-Field Test ................................
Results: Tracer Recovery & Fluorescence Measurement ...
Analytically Measured Tracer Recovery ............
Fluorescence Curves ............................
M ass Recoveries ...................................
Discussion ........................................


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Flow Paths and Velocities ........................................
Aquifer/M atrix Interactions ......................................
M ass Recovery Calculations.....................................
C on clu sion s .......................................................
R eferences ........................................................
Appendices Tracer test spectrofluorophotometer data ...................
Appendix 1. IS spectrofluorophotometer data .......................
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data .....................
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test: SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data .
Appendix 4. SJ1 spectrofluorophotometer data ......................
Appendix 5. SJ2 spectrofluorophotometer data ......................
Appendix 6: 2006 SESF tracer test: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data..
Appendix 7: SWS spectrofluorophotometer data .....................
Appendix 8: WKB spectrofluorophotometer data .....................
Appendix 9: WKV spectrofluorophotometer data .....................


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FIGURES


Figure 1. Map showing the location of injections and sampling points used in the SESF
tracer study relative to spring discharges, swallets, previously traced ground-
water flow pathways, mapped underwater caves, and an approximation of the
potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer system ...................... 3
Figure 2. Pictures of injection system and sampling station setup for the January 26,
2006 AR92 injections and near-field tracer study ......................... .6
Figure 3. Pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injections at Turf Pond Swallet and well SE06 on
M arch 9, 2006 .......................................................8
Figure 4. Map showing the location of positive and negative detections and the resulting
tracer-defined connections from the 2006 SESF tracer study ................ 11









Figure 5. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ1 shown by sample date (top) and by days after
the respective injections (bottom) ..................................... 13
Figure 6. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ2 shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... 14
Figure 7. Tracer recovery curves at well SE10 shown by sample date (top) and
by days after the respective injections (bottom). .........................15
Figure 8. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... .16
Figure 9. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla vent shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... 17
Figure 10. Tracer recovery curves at Indian Spring shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... 18
Figure 11. Tracer recovery curves at Sally Ward Spring shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... .19
Figure 12. Tracer recovery curves at McBride's Slough shown by sample date (top)
and by days after the respective injections (bottom) ................... .20
Figure 13. Composite of normalized AY73 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel
and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward
Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride's Slough (bottom)......... 21
Figure 14. Composite of normalized AR87 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel
and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward
Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride's Slough (bottom) ......... 22
Figure 15. Composite of normalized AR92 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel
and wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla Vent and Sally Ward
Spring (middle), and Indian Spring and McBride's Slough (bottom) ........ .23
Figure 16. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in
the middle of the open-hole interval at well SJ2 showing the raw
measurements (top) and the measurements normalized to the respective
record ranges relative to water level measured in the well by the USGS
during part of the record period normalized in the same manner (bottom) .. .26
Figure 17. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed at
Wakulla B-Tunnel showing the raw measurements (top) and the
measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to flow
measured in B-Tunnel measured by the FGS during part of the record
period normalized in the same manner (bottom) ......................... 28
Figure 18. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in
the middle of the open-hole interval in well SE10 showing the raw
measure ments (top) and the measurements normalized to the
respective record ranges (bottom) ..................................... 29
Figure 19. Normalized fluorescence with AY73 and AR92 concentrations in well
SE10 (top), AY73 concentrations at well SJ2 (middle), and AY73
concentrations at Wakulla B-Tunnel (bottom) .......................... .30









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Figure 24.


Normalized Green and Red Fluorescence and AY73, AR87, and AR92 concen-
trations in well SE10 relative to normalized flow in the St. Marks River mea-
sured by the USGS downstream of the River Rise during the record period.
Solid lines other than flow are 5-per moving average lines, which equate to the
average daily value measured at the sampling station ................... 31
Cumulative AY73 (top) and AR87 (bottom) tracer mass recovery curves
for all spring sampling stations where the tracers were detected ........... 33
Probable conduit flow zones as estimated from tracer defined groundwater
flow pathways from the SESF to Wakulla, Indian, Sally Ward Springs,
and M cBride's Slough ..............................................36
Comparative travel times determined from the AR92 and AY73 tracer
recovery curves for well SJ2 (top) and Wakulla B-Tunnel (middle) relative
to the timing of the respective injections and water levels and flow measured
in well SJ2 and the St. Marks River during the study period (bottom)....... 37
Tracer recovery curves measured for a tracer test through the Wakulla-
Leon Sinks Cave System in the Woodville Karst Plain, performed
in 2005 showing an apparent 80 percent reduction in mass recovery along a
mapped conduit flow path leading to Wakulla Spring ................... .39

TABLES


Table 1. Wells used for injections and sampling ................................... 4
Table 2. SESF tracer test injection times .........................................
Table 3. Natural discharge sampling locations......................................8
Table 4. Estimated linear distance between injection and sampling locations for
the near- and far-field tracer tests (miles) .................................9
Table 5. Tracer detection wavelengths (X nm) .................................. 10
Table 6. Summary of sampling results for all sampling stations used in the 2006
SESF tracer study.................................................... 12
Table 7. Statistics for in situ fluorescence measurements. ..........................25
Table 8. Estimated tracer mass recoveries ....................................... 32
Table 9. Peak tracer travel times and associated minimum groundwater velocities ..... 34









ABSTRACT


The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Springs Initiative Program and
the Florida Geological Survey initiated collaborative groundwater tracing study in 2005 in
order to delineate the direction and rate of groundwater flow passing beneath the City of
Tallahassee's wastewater spray field (Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility) and to
identify any springs at which that groundwater discharged in the St. Marks and Wakulla
watersheds. The study was carried out by Hazlett-Kincaid, Inc. (HKI), Cambrian Ground
Water (CGW), and Florida State University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (FSU-
GFDI) in cooperation with the City of Tallahassee and the U.S. Geological Survey.

Three tracer injections were performed in January and March of 2006 into three wells
located on the northern side of the spray field and one swallet (sinking stream) located on
the southeastern part of the property using the fluorescent dyes phloxine-b, uranine, and
eosin. Sampling was conducted at nine wells located at and beyond the southern boundary
of the property, four springs in the St. Marks River watershed, two points in the St. Marks
River above Natural Bridge, and five springs in the Wakulla River watershed for a period of
between two and fourteen months after the March 2006 injection. The water samples were
analyzed in a laboratory for the presence and relative amount of the injected tracers.

One or more of the fluorescent dyes was detected at five of the wells and five of the
springs. The springs at which the fluorescent dyes were detected include: Wakulla Spring,
Sally Ward Spring, Indian Spring, and one or more of the small springs contributing to
flow in McBride Slough. The fastest travel times to those springs established by fluorescent
tracer breakthrough curves ranged from approximately 60-65 days after the injections with
subsequent smaller pulses of tracer-laden water arriving at Wakulla Spring and McBride
Slough as late as approximately one year after the injections. None of the fluorescent tracers
were recovered from any of the spring and river sampling locations in the St. Marks River
watershed.

The primary conclusion derived from this study was that groundwater from the City
of Tallahassee's Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility primarily flows southwest to
Wakulla Spring at a rate of between 671 and 977 feet per day. The additional tracer detec-
tions at Indian, Sally Ward and McBride Slough Springs are believed to be overflow from the
primary conduit flow path driven by local hydraulic variations such as conduit constrictions
or infilling. The traced flow paths followed the previously mapped potentiometric surface
nearly directly down-gradient. More generally, the results of this study demonstrate the ef-
ficacy of dye tracing over long distances in the Floridan aquifer system.









ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


Our ongoing work in the Woodville Karst Plain of north Florida, including this tracer
study, has been funded by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Springs
Initiative and the Florida Geological Survey. The City of Tallahassee and the U.S. Geological
Survey collaborated and provided instrumental assistance with the spray field tracer test.
Managers Sandy Cook and Brian Fugate of Ed Ball Wakulla Springs State Park have consis-
tently provided the necessary access to collect data at the springs as well as accommodations
and a base of operations for our researchers and assistants. Special thanks are also extended
to the following people for their personal help with the work: Randy Bond, Eric Chicken,
Hal Davis, Jarrod Jablonski, Cal Jamison, David Loper, Casey McKinlay, Brent Meyer and
Jamie Shakar. A number of organizations assisted with property access, equipment and vol-
unteer labor and we express our appreciation to Extreme Exposure, Inc., Friends of Wakulla
Springs, Geo-Hydros, LLC, Global Underwater Explorers, Halcyon Manufacturing, St. Joe
Company, U.S. Forest Service, and YMCA CIS. Florida Geological Survey staff completed
the final publication formatting and review, and our thanks are extended to Jon Arthur,
Doug Calman, Rick Copeland, Rick Green, Jackie Lloyd, Harley Means, Frank Rupert and
Tom Scott.






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Demonstrating interconnection between a wastewater application
facility and a first magnitude spring in a karstic watershed: Tracer
study of the Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility,
Tallahassee, Florida

By
Todd Kincaid, Gareth Davies, Christopher Werner, PG #2366, and Rodney DeHan


INTRODUCTION

General Overview

The City of Tallahassee's Southeast Farm Wastewater Reuse Facility (SEF) receives
secondarily treated wastewater and disperses it onto the land surface via center-pivot irri-
gators at an average rate of approximately 17 million gallons per day (City of Tallahassee,
2007). The system is intended to provide removal of nutrients and other contaminants
through oxidation on the land surface and plant uptake from the infiltrating water. It
became operational in 1981, encompassing 1,000 acres. The SEF was expanded in 1982 to
1,500 acres, in 1986 to 1,896 acres, and in 1999 to 2,159 acres (Chelette et al, 2002). Nitrate
levels in groundwater monitoring wells installed in the upper Floridan aquifer system (FAS)
beneath the SEF increased precipitously after the SEF became operational, rising from
~0.5 mg/L in 1980 to as much as 10 mg/L in the 1990's and stabilizing at -6 mg/L by 2000
(Chelette et al, 2002).

During the same period, nitrate levels measured at Wakulla Spring rose from -0.2-0.3
mg/L between 1971 and 1976, to >1.0 mg/L in the late 1980's, and then back to -0.7-0.8
mg/L between 1998 and 2000 (Chelette et al, 2002). The increased nitrate levels are thought
to be the primary cause of algae growth and enhanced Hydrilla growth that have resulted
in significant harm to the ecosystems supported by Wakulla Spring and the Wakulla River
(Hand, 2005).

Given the apparent correlation between nitrate increases in Wakulla Spring and in
FAS groundwater beneath the SEF, considerable attention became focused on the SEF as
a significant source of nitrate contamination to the spring by 2000. Further attention was
directed toward the SEF when Chelette et al. (2002) reported nutrient budget calculations
for the St. Marks and Wakulla River watersheds that attributed 40 percent of the nitrate
loading in the Wakulla Springs contributory area to the SEF. The balance of the increase is
thought to be from septic system operations, the application of fertilizers on lawns, and from
atmospheric deposition.

In response to growing concerns about the fate of nitrate released to the FAS from the
SEF, the City of Tallahassee approved a three-year study with the United States Geological
Survey (USGS) to, in part, develop a model of nitrate transport through the upper FAS.
In concert with that effort, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Springs
Initiative Program (FDEP-SI) and the Florida Geological Survey (FGS) initiated a col-
laborative groundwater tracing study that was carried out by Hazlett-Kincaid, Inc. (HKI),
Cambrian Ground Water (CGW), the Florida State University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Institute (FSU-GFDI), the USGS, and the City of Tallahassee. The purpose of the study was
to identify potential groundwater flow paths between the SEF and down-gradient springs
using injected artificial tracers.






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The study was broken out into two separate components, each using different types of
artificial tracers and conducted in parallel. HKI, CGW, and FSU-GFDI conducted two sets
of tracer tests using fluorescent dyes. The USGS also conducted two sets of tests but used a
bacteriophage as the tracer. This report summarizes the results of the fluorescent dye tracer
tests. The bacteriophage tests were not successful (Hal Davis, USGS Tallahassee, 2006,
personal communication).

Objectives

The primary objective of this study was to identify the springs in St. Marks and/or
Wakulla River watersheds to which groundwater flowing from the SEF discharges and
record the travel-times as defined by the lag between tracer injection and recoveries.
Subordinate objectives focused on using the tracer recovery curves to evaluate hydraulic
properties of the Floridan aquifer system associated with karstic conduit flow to springs.
These included:

delineation of complete or nearly-complete tracer recovery curves at the primary
spring discharge(s)
description of the probable hydraulic mechanisms responsible for the shape of those
curves
estimation of mass recoveries at all springs where the tracer(s) were recovered
evaluation of the effectiveness of in situ tracer detection devices for long term
groundwater tracing studies

FLOURESCENT TRACER TEST DESIGN

Groundwater tracing with artificial tracers, such as fluorescent dyes, involves adding
a label to the groundwater that can be identified if that same water is sampled at a different
location. The SEF traces were designed as quantitative tracer tests, which involved the injection
of known quantities of tracer and the subsequent measurement of tracer breakthrough curves
(the trend in fluorescence or tracer concentration from background levels to peak concentration
and back to background levels) at down-gradient sampling points.

When properly designed and executed, quantitative artificial tracer tests provide the most
reliable data on groundwater flow patterns and velocities that can be obtained. Breakthrough
curve analysis provides for:

increased confidence in the identification of the injected tracer
accurate measurement of groundwater velocities using the approximate time-to-
peak concentrations
an estimate of other pertinent hydraulic properties including longitudinal
dispersivity, Reynolds Number and Peclet Number
an assessment of hydraulic conditions in conduits, interconnected pathways
fractures and the rock matrix

This study involved well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring types of artificial
tracer experiments. Injections were performed in three wells located along the northern
boundary of the SEF and in Turf Pond swallet located on the east-southeast boundary of the
property (Figure 1). Complexities in the design and execution of the testing stemmed from the







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large distances between the injection and the sampled spring discharges and by the lack of
data describing the hydraulic conductivity of the FAS in the SEF and Woodville regions.

In order to address the complexities most effectively, tracer tests were planned for three
progressively larger scales of investigation. A near-field test was designed to identify flow
paths and velocities across the SEF. This test used well-to-well traces between the three injec-
tion wells located on the northern side of the SEF and nine monitoring wells distributed across
the southern side of the SEF and within the property that borders the SEF immediately to the
south. An intermediate scale of investigation was planned in which sinkhole-to-spring tracer
tests would be performed from the Woodville region to the Wakulla-area and St. Marks area
springs. Finally, a far-field test was planned to follow the two smaller scale investigations.
This test design consisted of well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring traces wherein
the travel time data collected from the two previous studies would be used to calculate the
quantity of dye and time required to successfully detect tracers injected into SEF monitoring
wells and the Turf Pond swallet at the down-gradient springs.
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S1st Mag Springs (>=2.8 m31s)
S2n 4th Mag Springs
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SKey Karst Windows
- Surveyed Conduits (-75 total km)


SSurface Water Body (rivers, lakes) [ j Municipality Boundaries
-4.0- Potentiometric Surface Contour (ft) (USGS, 2005) O Center pivot irrigation circle
---0- Other Tracer Test Defined Flow Paths
SSEF Sampling Station 0 1 2 4 6 kilometers
Tracer Injection Location 0 2 4 miles
0 1 4 6mile


Figure 1. Map showing the location of injections and sampling points used in the SEF
tracer study relative to spring discharges, swallets, previously traced groundwater flow
pathways, mapped underwater caves, and an approximation of the potentiometric surface
of the Floridan aquifer system.






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Tracers

Three U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved fluorescent dyes were used as
tracers for the SEF study: phloxine-B, or color index (C.I.) Acid Red 92 (AR92), uranine,
or C.I. Acid Yellow 73 (AY73), and eosin, or C.I. Acid Red 87, (AR87). These tracers were
chosen because they are environmentally harmless, are not known to adsorb to rocks and
sediments, can be detected at very low concentrations (~0.01 ppb), and can be readily
distinguished from one another. Three dyes were used such that the results of the near-field
(well-to-well) and far-field (well-to-well, well-to-spring, and swallet-to-spring) tracer studies
could be described separately for sampling stations at which all three dyes were detected.

Near-Field Test

The purpose of the near-field test was primarily to define groundwater flow pathways
and velocities across the SEF by injecting a fluorescent tracer into three wells located along
the northern side of the SEF and sampling for the tracer in down-gradient wells along the
southern boundary and two wells located in the St. Joe Company property approximately one
mile south of the boundary (Figure 1). The injection and sampling wells were chosen based
on the recorded trend in nitrate concentration and the depth of the open-hole intervals in the
wells. Preference was given primarily to wells showing higher nitrate concentrations and a
more rapid response to documented changes in the spray field practices that would likely
have had an impact on nitrate levels. Wells with the same or similar open-hole completion
intervals were also considered. Table 1 provides a list of the injection and sampled wells
and shows the depth of the open interval and the nitrate concentration evaluated in the
selection. The older sample dates reflect a Northwest Florida Water Management District
meter with earlier records.

Three injections were performed nearly simultaneously in wells SE06, SE40, and SEllS on
January 26, 2006, wherein 5 kg of phloxine-B (AR92) were injected into each well (Figure 2). The

Table 1. Wells used for injections and sampling.
Open Interval
Well ID Sampling Method (feet below Nitrate (mg/L) Sample Year
land surface)
SE06 INJ 101-102 0.65 1989
SE40 INJ 164-194 NR NR
SEllS INJ NR-88 14.8 1989
SE50 AS, GRAB 125 129 0.4 1989
SE22 AS, GRAB 102-127 10.7 1989
SE22A AS, GRAB NR 121 ~4 1989
SE10 AS, IFF 124-133 6.19 1989
SE21 AS, GRAB 125-139 6.18 1989
SE51 AS, GRAB 146-170 NR NR
SE53 GRAB 93-100 8.43 1989
SJ1 AS 190-240 -2 2005
SJ2 AS, IFF 75 137 -2 2005
SJ7 GRAB, IFF NR NR NR
INJ: injection; AS: auto sample; IFF: in situ filter flourometer; GRAB: grab sampled; NR: no record.






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injections were performed by mixing powdered dye with tap water into a 35-gallon container at
each well and then using a siphon tube to deliver the dye/water mixture to approximately
the middle of the open-hole interval. After the 35 gallons of dye/water mixture was injected,
approximately 210 gallons of additional water was injected as a slug-chaser through the
same tube. This was done by refilling the dye container with water and letting the siphon
continue until all 210 gallons were injected. All water injected was pumped from the
respective wells prior to the injection and stored in the 35-gallon containers beside the well.
Injection times are provided in Table 2.

Table 2. SEF tracer test injection times.

Injection Date Start Time End Time
SE06-AR92 1/26/06 14:07 15:50
SE40-AR92 1/26/06 14:40 16:30
SE11S-AR92 1/26/06 15:10 16:45
Turf Pond Sink AR87 3/9/06 10:15 10:22
SE06-AY73 3/9/06 12:00 14:00
SE40-AY73 3/9/06 13:30 15:00

Automatic water samplers were originally set up at SE22, SE22A, SE21, SE10, SE50,
SE51, SJ1 and SJ2. Sample intervals were set to 2-hour intervals for approximately the
first two weeks of the test. Afterwards, they were progressively adjusted to 4-hour, then 6-
hour, and finally 12-hour intervals as the tracer test progressed. Equipment problems and
water level declines forced the samplers at SE22, SE22A, SE21, and SE51 to be dismantled.
Afterward those wells along with well SE53 and eventually SJ7 were grab-sampled at
an initial interval of approximately 2-3 times per week and subsequently once per week.
Automatic sampling was conducted by pumping water through a tube from approximately
the middle of the open-hole interval with a small peristaltic or self-priming diaphragm
pump into a bucket from which the automatic water sampler withdrew the water samples.
Pumping was activated by a timer such that approximately 5-10 gallons of water were
pumped into the bucket before the samples were collected. This ensured that both the tube
and the bucket were sufficiently purged prior to sampling. Grab samples were taken with
a weighted bailer and line such that the bailer was allowed to drop to approximately the
middle of the open-hole interval before being lifted out of the well. Figure 2 provides repre-
sentative pictures of the injection and sampling station setups.

Intermediate Field Test

The purpose of the intermediate-field test was to characterize groundwater flow paths
and velocities in the Woodville region such that those patterns could be incorporated into
the planning and design of the far-field test. FSU-GFDI and the FGS/FDEP performed a
field reconnaissance in the region to identify sinkholes that could be used as potential tracer
injection sites as definedby access to measurably flowing groundwater. No features could be
identified that could be judged suitable for performing the intermediate-field test and the
intermediate scale test was therefore abandoned. Instead, the results of the near-field test
were used to facilitate an effective design of the far-field test.






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Filling chaser water into containers I Mixing powdered AR92 into
prior to injection. a container for injection.


Siphon injection system. I


Installing pump and tube into
monitoring well for sampling.


SE21 sampling station.


I SE22 and SE22A sampling station.


Figure 2. Pictures of injection system and sampling station setup for the January 26,
2006 AR92 injections and near-field tracer study.


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Far-Field Test

The purpose of the far-field test was to inject sufficient quantities of tracer into points
within the SEF and detect the tracer at one or more of the down-gradient springs (Figure 1).
Four injections were performed on March 9, 2006. The first injection was performed at Turf
Pond swallet (Figure 1) at 10:15 AM. Sixty kilograms of eosin (AR87) were injected into the
creek immediately upstream of the swallet by pouring the dye in concentrated liquid form
from five-gallon containers into the creek.

The next three injections were performed consecutively in the same wells that were used
for the near-field test and at the same open-hole intervals. Twenty kilograms of uranine
(AY73) were injected into each well for a total of 60 kg of injected tracer. As before, the
uranine dye (in concentrated liquid form) was mixed with water into a 35-gallon container
beside the well and gravity-fed into the open-hole interval of the well with a siphon tube.
Once the container with the dye mixture was emptied, it was refilled with clean water that
had been pumped from the injection well prior to the test and siphoned into the well as a
slug-chaser. That process was repeated five more times for a total chaser injection of 210
gallons. Figure 3 provides pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injection setups. Injection times
are listed in Table 2.

Sampling was conducted at the same wells as were sampled for the near-field test and
at ten down-gradient natural discharge points. Regular sampling was conducted at all
stations for at least one month after the March 9 injections. Sampling at the most probable
detection points was continued for between 9 and 13 months after the injections.

Automatic water sampling provided the primary method of sample collection. Grab
samples were collected periodically from lower probability potential detection points because
we did not have a sufficient number of automatic water samplers to cover all stations. Grab
sampling was also used to fill in the gaps when automatic samplers failed and required
servicing. Table 3 lists the sampled natural discharge points and shows how the location
was sampled and the approximate elevation at the sampling point. Table 4 lists all of the
sampled locations and the distance between that point and the injections locations.

In addition to the auto-samplers, in situ filter flourometers (IFF) were installed at wells
SJ-2, SE10, NB, and WB. They were set up to read fluorescence in the red (AR92), green
(AY73), and blue (natural fluorescence) wavelengths at 15-minute intervals. The IFF at SJ2,
NB, and WB were installed immediately following the March 9 injections providing for a
measure of background fluorescence at all three wavelength ranges. The IFF at SE10 was
added after the completion of the initial sampling period to replace the auto-sampler. The
latter could not be used due to falling water table elevations which left inadequate
volumes of water available to be pumped for sampling. The IFFs at wells SJ2 and SE10 were
installed directly into the well below at approximately the middle of the open-hole interval.
The IFF at NB was installed in a darkened perforated pipe oriented perpendicular to the
natural flow of the St. Marks River upstream of Natural Bridge such that flow was directed
into the pipe at one end, past the IFF, and out the other end. The IFF at WB was installed
in a darkened container next to the WB sampling station where water was pumped
continuously from the well into the container.






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Table 3. Natural discharge sampling locations.


Sampling Station Sampling Surf.
Station Abbrev. Method Elev.1 (ft)
Horn Spring/Chicken Branch HRN-CHK GRAB 13
Natural Bridge NB IFF, GRAB 9
Rhodes Spring RS GRAB 14
Monroe Spring MS GRAB 16
St. Marks River Rise SMRR AS 9
Newport Spring NS GRAB 10
McBride Slough MBE AS 7
Wakulla B-Tunnel WB AS, IFF 17
Wakulla Vent WV AS 5
Sally Ward Spring SWS GRAB, AS 5
Indian Spring IS AS, IFF 5
estimated feet above mean sea level from USGS 7.5 minute quadrangle


Eosin (AR87) dye headed Transporting the AR87 to Turf Pond Sink.
for Turf Pond Sink.


AR87 injection in Turf Pond Sink. I AY73 siphon injection at well SE06.
Figure 3. Pictures of the AR87 and AY73 injections at Turf Pond swallet
and well SE06 on March 9, 2006.






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Table 4. Estimated linear distance between injection and sampling
locations for the near- and far-field tracer tests (miles).


Station ID SE06 SE40 SEllS Turf Pond
SE06 0.00 0.55 0.83 1.91
SE40 0.55 0.00 0.29 1.36
SEllS 0.83 0.29 0.00 1.08
SE50 1.55 1.72 1.91 2.74
SE22 1.34 1.37 1.53 2.29
SE22A 1.33 1.34 1.49 2.24
SE10 1.29 1.20 1.32 2.02
SE21 1.32 1.14 1.21 1.82
SE51 1.41 1.22 1.29 1.85
SE53 1.53 1.15 1.10 1.39
SJ1 2.17 2.08 2.16 2.63
SJ2 2.17 2.08 2.16 2.63
SJ7 3.35 3.22 3.26 3.51
HRN-CHK 5.15 4.63 4.41 3.55
NB 6.24 5.84 5.71 5.19
RS 5.98 5.61 5.50 5.06
MS 6.24 5.86 5.73 5.26
SMRR 6.89 6.50 6.37 5.85
NS 10.65 10.41 10.36 10.13
MBE 11.06 11.20 11.34 11.84
WB 10.44 10.50 10.61 10.96
WV 11.02 11.16 11.31 11.81
SWS 10.95 11.12 11.28 11.84
IS 10.81 11.03 11.21 11.84
Calculated with DeLorme Topo US, version 6, mapping software.


RESULTS: TRACER RECOVERY & FLUORESCENCE MEASUREMENT

Analytically Measured Tracer Recovery

Water samples collected at each of the sampling stations were transferred
to sealed five ml glass test tubes, stored in coolers and shipped to Oak Ridge,
Tennessee for laboratory analysis using a scanning spectrofluorophotometer. The
instrument evaluates the fluorescence of a water sample by synchronously scanning the
sample with light over the spectrum of excitation wavelengths for the tracers and then
measuring the wavelength spectrum that is emitted from the sample due to the fluorescence
of the specific compounds (Willard et al., 1988). Each analysis scans the spectrum from 458
nm to 618 nm, which captures the entire emission wavelengths of the injected tracers and






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part of the emission range generated by some of the natural fluorescent compounds present.
If one or more of the dyes is present in the sample, specific peaks will be present in the
emission spectrum that correspond to the respective dyes (Table 5). If none of the dyes are
present, no peaks will be present at those specific locations on the emission spectrum. It
will instead only document background fluorescence produced by natural compounds such
as tannins and potentially other anthropomorphic compounds that produce their own
fluorescence signature.

Table 5. Tracer detection wavelengths (X nm)

Tracer Min Max Ideal
AR92 555 565 562
AR87 533 550 537
AY73 512 525 514

At higher tracer concentrations, the emission peak for the respective dyes more closely
approximates, or is slightly higher than, the ideal emission peak for that compound. At
lower tracer concentrations, particularly in waters with high natural fluorescence such
as most waters in the Woodville Karst Plain (WKP), the variance in the emission peak
wavelength increases due to the presence of other fluorescent compounds with similar
emission peak wavelengths. Thus, "recovery" of the tracers is not only predicated on the
detection of the tracer compound in any specific water sample but more precisely on the
detection and measurement of the tracer in many sequential samples wherein the measured
concentrations plot in the form of a breakthrough curve that marks the passage of the tracer
at the sampling station.

The AY73 and AR87 tracers from the far-field test were detected at relatively high
concentrations at both Wakulla B-Tunnel and Wakulla vent. Smaller quantities were also
detected at Indian and Sally Ward Springs, and McBride Slough. Very low levels of the
AR92 tracer from the near-field test were also detected at all of those stations. All three
tracers were detected at relatively high levels at wells SJ1, SJ2, and SE10. Lesser levels
of the tracers were sporadically detected at well SE22A and SJ7 but those data were not
plotted as recovery curves. Observations of water clarity and color made by SEF personnel
periodically at the injection wells indicated that the tracers move fairly rapidly away from
wells SE06 and SEllS but persisted for several months at SE40.

The travel times from the injection locations to Wakulla B-Tunnel, as determined by
the arrival of the peak concentration on the tracer recovery curves, were approximately 65
days based on the near-field test and approximately 60 days based on both of the far-field
injections. Periodic lower level detections persisted at all of the stations described above
for several months and nearly a year at Wakulla B-Tunnel and Wakulla vent. None of the
injected tracers were recovered at the St. Marks River upstream of Natural Bridge, Rhodes
Spring, or Newport Spring. Minor fluorescence peaks within the spectral ranges for AY73
and AR92 detections were recorded at Monroe Spring and the St. Marks River Rise; however
the presence of the injected tracers was not confirmed by laboratory analyses, nor were a
sufficient number of detections in the form of a break-through curve recorded to indicate
the presence of the injected tracers. Figure 4 shows the locations of positive and negative
detections and the tracer-defined connections between the injection wells and Turf Pond
swallet, and the springs where the tracers were recovered.







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Explanation
1s Mag Springs (>=28 m3/s) Surface Water Body (rivers, lakes Gulf of Mexico) Tracer Injection Location
S2n 4th Mag Springs --- Other Tracer Test Defined Flow Paths Center pivot irrigation circle
O Swallets (sinkholes that receive surface flow) --- SEF Tracer Test Defined Flow Paths -4.0- Potentiometric Sur Con. (ft) (USGS. 2005)
> Key Karst Windows U SEF Positive Tracer Recovery 0 1 2 4 6 kilometers
Surveyed Conduits (-75 total km) X SEF Negative Tracer Recovery
0 1 2 4 6 miles



Figure 4. Map showing the location of positive and negative detections and the resulting
tracer-defined connections from the 2006 SEF tracer study.







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Table 6 shows the number of samples collected at each station and the number of
positive detections for each of the three tracers. A full record of the positive detection data is
provided in Appendix I. The tracers were considered to be "recovered" only when a sufficient
number of positive detections enabled the construction of a breakthrough curve. Figures
5-12 provide breakthrough curves showing all positive detections for each of the sampling
stations where one or more of the dyes were recovered. Three discrete anomalously high
points, possibly due to instrument failure or "drift", were removed from the recovery curve
for AR87 at the McBride Slough (MBE) sampling station (Figure 12). Those points are
highlighted in Appendix I. Figures 13 15 provide composites of the measured breakthrough
curves relative to time after the respective injections.


Table 6. Summary of sampling results for all sampling stations
used in the 2006 SEF tracer study.



Station No. First Last No. No. No. First Last
Samples Sample Sample AR92 AR87 AY73 Detect Detect
SE50 192 1/26/06 11/16/06 0 4 7 4/7/06 8/30/06
SE22 149 2/3/06 4/18/06 0 0 7 NA NA
SE22A 62 2/1/06 8/21/06 5 2 10 4/7/06 8/21/06
SE10 588 1/26/06 9/18/06 441 101 406 2/14/06 9/18/06
SE21 121 1/26/06 11/16/06 1 4 13 4/4/06 8/30/06
SE51 106 1/26/06 6/30/06 1 3 5 5/23/06 6/30/06
SE53 41 2/4/06 7/18/06 1 1 1 4/7/06 8/30/06
SJ1 613 1/26/06 11/21/06 200 452 452 2/5/06 11/21/06
SJ2 681 1/26/06 9/18/06 144 492 507 2/4/06 9/18/06
SJ7 4 4/13/06 5/3/06 0 4 0 4/13/06 5/3/06
HRN-CHK 42 2/6/06 11/16/06 0 0 0 NA NA
NB 14 2/1/06 4/4/06 0 0 0 NA NA
RS 50 2/1/06 11/16/06 0 0 0 NA NA
MS 67 2/2/06 11/16/06 0 1 3 6/03/06 8/01/06
SMRR 406 1/30/06 4/27/07 0 12 12 6/14/06 3/9/07
NS 47 2/1/06 11/16/06 0 0 0 NA NA
MBE 517 2/1/06 4/27/07 1 329 241 4/5/06 3/30/07
WB 413 2/1/06 4/12/07 27 340 341 3/23/06 4/12/07
WV 478 2/1/06 11/21/06 13 386 394 3/29/06 11/21/06
SWS 332 2/1/06 11/21/06 20 277 280 3/31/06 11/21/06
IS 339 2/2/06 9/20/06 10 240 299 3/10/06 9/20/06


NA not applicable, no tracer detected
Total number of samples collected and analyzed: 5,262
Total number of positive tracer detections: 6,485 note that one sample can contain 3 dyes and therefore three positive detections








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Figure 5. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ1 shown by sample date (top) and by days after
the respective injections (bottom).


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Figure 6. Tracer recovery curves at well SJ2 shown by sample date (top) and by days after
the respective injections (bottom).


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Figure 7. Tracer recovery curves at well SE10 shown by sample date (top) and by days
after the respective injections (bottom).








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Figure 8. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel shown by sample date (top) and
by days after the respective injections (bottom).








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Figure 9. Tracer recovery curves at Wakulla vent shown by sample date (top) and by days
after the respective injections (bottom).








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Figure 10. Tracer recovery curves at Indian Spring shown by sample date (top) and by
days after the respective injections (bottom).








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Figure 11. Tracer recovery curves at Sally Ward Spring shown by sample date (top) and by
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Figure 13. Composite of normalized AY73 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells
SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring
and McBride Slough (bottom).


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Figure 14. Composite of normalized AR87 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells
SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring
and McBride Slough (bottom).








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Figure 15. Composite of normalized AR92 recovery curves for Wakulla B-Tunnel and wells
SJ1, SJ2, and SE10 (top); Wakulla vent and Sally Ward Spring (middle), and Indian Spring
and McBride Slough (bottom).






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Fluorescence Curves

Fluorescence in the emission range of the three injected tracers was measured with
IFFs (Schnegg and Costa, 2002). This was done to 1) provide an independent confirmation
of the breakthrough curves generated from the water samples analyzed with the
spectrofluorophotometer; 2) to produce higher resolution delineations of key breakthrough
curves; 3) augment sampling capacity; and 4) evaluate the potential for using IFFs as the
primary sampling and analytical tools for future tracer studies. IFFs were deployed at SJ2,
SE10, WB, and NB for the duration of the SEF study. The IFFs were deployed in conjunction
with automatic water samplers at SJ2 and WB. Grab samples were regularly collected from
NB to verify fluorescence curves and peaks recorded at the NB IFF. An IFF was deployed
at SE10 but only for the late part of the study after the automatic water sampler at that
location was dismantled.

The IFFs provide different information than the laboratory analysis in that they record
total fluorescence in the respective emission ranges rather than only the intensity of a
synchronous emission peak occurring in that range. The IFFs measure fluorescence in three
narrow wavebands, as well as turbidity and temperature. The three wavebands (channels)
are set up for: 1) the AY73 emission range (green channel); 2) Rhodamine WT (RWT) that
we did not use but which covers the majority of the AR92 emission range (red channel);
and 3) an optical brightener dye that we did not use but which also spans the same range
as organic compounds including the tannins common to WKP waters (blue channel). The
emission wavelength for AR87 is not measured by any of the built-in IFF fluorescence
channels but the AR87 spectrum tail overlaps both the adjacent AY73 and RWT wavebands.
AR87 intensity can therefore be calculated from the total fluorescence measured by the
AY73 and RWT wavebands and a measure of the cross-fluorescence areas, assuming all
the peaks are Gaussian (Smart and Smart, 1992). Those calculations were not, however,
performed as part of this test because a sufficient number of samples were analyzed on
the spectrofluorophotometer to identify the presence of AR87 if it occurred at the sampled
stations.

If either AY73 or AR92 are present in the water at the time of measurement, the IFF
will record the intensity of fluorescence due to those compounds plus any fluorescence in
that range from other fluorescent natural compounds such as tannins, humic and fulvic
acids, chlorophyll, AR87, or other anthropogenic fluorescent compounds. The IFFs are
therefore significantly less precise than the spectrofluorophotometer and, because of this,
water sampling and analysis was used to verify or refute any fluorescence response that
could be interpreted as one of the injected tracers. The value of the IFF data is the density of
measurements that can reveal significantly more detailed structure on the recovery curves.
In addition, the temperature and turbidity channels provide an ability to account for natural
fluorescence changes in the calculation of tracer response.

Table 7 records the deployment duration, total number of measurements recorded, and
some basic statistics for each of the fluorescence bands, turbidity, and temperature for each
of the four IFFs deployed during the SEF study. The raw measurements can be provided
upon request. Figures 16 22 present the fluorescence plots from the four stations. Figure
19 provides a comparison of fluorescence measured by the IFFs and tracer concentration
measured by the spectrofluorophotmeter at SJ2, WB, and SE10. All plots show the six-hour
average of the original 15-minute data. For convenience, all measurements presented in the
figures have been normalized to the range of records as follows:






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Fluornorm


Fluor/ (Fluormax-Fluormin);


where Fluornorm = the normalized fluorescence (mV),


Fluor = the fluorescence reading (mV),


Fluorm = maximum fluorescence recorded at the sampling station (mV),
and


Fluormin = minimum fluorescence recorded at the sampling station (mV).


The green channel curve on Figure 16 marks the passage of a green fluorescent substance
at well SJ-2, which was confirmed as the injected AY73 tracer by spectrofluorophotmeter
analysis. The protracted tail is indicative of dispersion and possibly multiple flow paths
conveying groundwater, and thus the tracer down-gradient toward the spring discharges
at different velocities. Multiple flow paths were also qualitatively indicated by significant
variation in the time required for the dyes to leave the injection wells. The red channel curve
on Figure 16 marks the passage of a red fluorescent substance that tracked with turbidity,
which is common when no dye is present in the water. AR-92 (red dye) was not confirmed
through spectrofluorophotmeter analysis, though it was detected in numerous samples
from SJ-2 prior to installing the IFF (see Figure 6). The blue fluorescence curve on Figure
16 marks values from the blue channel and was likely tracking natural fluorescence which
appears to be related to groundwater levels measured in well SJ-2 (see bottom plot on Figure
16).

Table 7. Statistics for in situ fluorescence measurements.
SJ2 SE10 WB NB
Deployment Date: 3/10/06 8/8/06 2/8/06 3/8/06
Retrieval Date: 4/20/07 3/6/07 8/28/07 3/7/07
No. of measurements 21,148 17,277 43,130 29,018
Max Green Fluor. (mV) 5.26 3.98 8.36 9.54
Min Green Fluor. (mV) 0.64 3.52 -4.92 0.21
Max Red Fluor. (mV) 5.98 2.10 6.52 15.45
Min Red Fluor. (mV) 0.86 1.74 1.48 0.24
Max Blue Fluor. (mV) 1.47 3.14 2.80 17.40
Min Blue Fluor. (mV) 0.66 2.94 -0.92 0.15
Max Turbidity (mV): 535 521 1,386 2,486
Min Turbidity (mV): 126 415 338 85
Max Baseline (mV): 14.49 13.93 49.26 23.57
Min Baseline (mV): 13.71 13.82 13.60 13.78
Baseline STDEV (mV): 0.07 0.01 0.54 2.08
Max Temp (C): 21.46 24.11 32.59 23.77
Min Temp (oC): 20.75 21.47 17.57 11.26
Temp STDEV (C): 0.05 0.02 1.05 0.12








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Figure 16. Fluorescence and turbidity curves measured by an IFF deployed in the
middle of the open-hole interval at well SJ2 showing the raw measurements (top) and
the measurements normalized to the respective record ranges relative to water level
measured in the well by the USGS during part of the record period normalized in the same
manner (bottom).


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The green channel curve on Figure 17 marks the passage of a green fluorescent
substance at Wakulla B-Tunnel between April and June 2006, which was confirmed as the
injected AY73 tracer by spectrofluorophotmeter analysis. The curve is relatively Gaussian,
indicating that the tracer had converged into one flow path by the time it reached B-
Tunnel. The broad subsequent rise in green fluorescence is likely related to the increase in
turbidity that occurred over the same time-period but several of the small peaks on the curve
correspond to sporadic positive AY73 detections determined from the spectrofluorophometer
analyses (Figure 13).

The red channel curve on Figure 17 marks a rise in red fluorescence in which AR92
was confirmed through spectrofluorophotmeter analyses in samples collected prior to March
2006 but not in samples collected after that time. The subsequent rises in red fluorescence
that occurred after March 2006 generally tracked turbidity, though two of the rises deviate
from the turbidity curve (April-May and July-August) and likely mark pulses of another
fluorescent compound passing the Wakulla B-Tunnel station.

The green and red channel curves on Figure 18 respectively mark declining levels of
green and red fluorescent substances in well SE10. The IFF from which these data were
obtained was installed late at this location. When comparing the shape and timing of these
curves with the AY73 and AR92 data obtained from the well, it appears that these curves
mark the declining limbs of recovery curves for the respective tracers and are shown as such
on Figure 19.

The channel curves on Figure 19 for SJ2 and WB clearly mark the passage of a green
fluorescent substance, which corresponds nearly identically with the AY73 breakthrough
curves measured for those stations with the spectrofluorophotometer. In SJ2, the long tailing
edge in the green fluorescence curve approximates the decline in AY73 marked by periodic
progressively lower concentrations measured by the spectrofluorophotometer. In B-Tunnel,
the green channel recorded a near-Gaussian fluorescence curve that corresponds identically
with the AY73 recovery curve. The secondary late-time curves marked in the AY73 data
appear to correspond to bumps in the fluorescence curve though those become progressively
harder to resolve probably due to an increase in background fluorescence associated with the
fluctuations in flow recorded in B-Tunnel. The fluorescence curves for well SE10 were shifted
on Figure 19 such that the magnitude of the first value equals the respective normalized dye
concentrations recorded on the corresponding date. The shifted curves appear to track the
tailing edge of breakthrough curves evident for AY73 and AR92 in the spectrofluorophotometer
data.

Figure 20 shows sporadic peaks in the green and red channel fluorescence curves
measured in the St. Marks River at Natural Bridge relative to flow measured in the St.
Marks River at the USGS gauging station 02326900, located near Newport, Florida. The
peaks are significantly more variable than those recorded at SJ2, WB or SE10 and were not
confirmed as AR92 or AY73 by spectrofluorophotometer analysis of water samples collected
from the St. Marks River Rise, which was proven to be physically connected to the St Marks
Sink by underwater cave exploration (Hazlett-Kincaid, 2007). The fluorescence spikes appear
to correlate to fluctuations in flow suggesting that the fluorescence spikes may be derived
from contaminants in runoff entering the river during storms.







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respective record ranges relative to flow measured in B-Tunnel measured by the FGS
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of the open-hole interval in well SE10 showing the raw measurements (top) and the
measurements normalized to the respective record ranges (bottom).


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in well SE10 relative to normalized flow in the St. Marks River measured by the USGS
downstream of the River Rise during the record period. Solid lines other than flow are 5-per
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MASS RECOVERIES

Mass recoveries for AY73 and AR87 were estimated for all of the spring discharges
where the two dyes were recovered. In each case, tracer mass was calculated as follows.

Tm, = (S, X Q X To, / 1,000,000);

where: T,,ss = total tracer mass (g),
n = the total number of samples collected,
Sit = sample interval (days),
Q = flow at sampling station (L/day),
TCo, = concentration of tracer in sample (ptg/L), and
1,000,000 = conversion factor from gg to g.

Table 8 shows the calculated mass of AY73 and AR87 recovered at each of the five
spring discharges. Estimated low and average discharges at the respective stations were
used to calculate a potential range in the total tracer mass recovered. Those estimates were
calculated from data collected by the FGS for the stations at the Wakulla vent and Wakulla
B-Tunnel. Flow at Indian Spring was estimated from a series of measurements conducted
at the tracer sampling station between June and October 2005. Flow at Sally Ward Spring
and McBride Slough was not measured but was assumed, based on the authors' experience
and familiarity with the local flow system, to be in the same range as B-Tunnel flow.

Table 8. Estimated tracer mass recoveries.

Station Flow Range Mass Range Percent Mass Range Percent
(m3/sec) AY73 (g) Recovery AR87 (g) Recovery
12.0 24,526 41 9,257 15
WV
3.1 6,263 10 2,364 4
W 1.2 2,349 4 1,031 2
WB
0.9 1,741 3 764 1
1.4 2,012 3 635 1
0.6 805 1 254 <1
1.2 2,194 4 915 2
SWS
0.9 1,627 3 678 1
1.2 1,000 2 660 1
MBE
0.9 742 1 489 1
3.8 6,555 11 2,581 4
(WB+lS+ SWS)
(WB+IS+ SWS) 2.4 4,173 7 1,696 3


Based on estimated average (top) and low (bottom) flow. Flow at SWS and MBE assumed to be equal to WB.


The calculations indicate that more AY73 was recovered than AR87 even though the
AR87 was directly injected into a conduit flow path. Previous tracer testing has shown that
part of the flow from the IS, and SWS stations is directed to the Wakulla Spring vent. As







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such, at least part of the mass of tracer recovered at those stations is a component of the
total tracer mass recovered at the Wakulla vent. Still, the sum of the recovered tracers from
those stations and WB (separated from WV by less than 300 m along a large conduit) does
not equal the mass recovered from the vent; however the values are closer for the low-flow
estimates. The discrepancies between the sum of WB, IS, and SWS and the mass recovered
at WV could be due to inaccurate estimates of flow, particularly high flow. If, however, the
flow estimates are reasonably accurate, the discrepancies indicate that the tracers converged
into pathways connecting to the Wakulla Spring vent that were not sampled and that more
of those pathways exist at higher spring flows.

The total mass of tracer recovered ranged from 12 to 50 percent for AY73 and from 5
to 19 percent for AR87. The range in values arises from uncertainty in the magnitude of
the spring flows during the tracer test and therefore the use of low-flow or average-flow
values.

Figure 21 compares the cumulative recovery plots for AY73 and AR87 at all the spring
stations where the denotation of 100 percent recovery represents the total mass recovered

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Figure 21. Cumulative AY73 (top) and AR87 (bottom) tracer mass recovery curves for all
spring sampling stations where the tracers were detected.






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at the respective stations. The shape of the plots is indicative of when and how rapidly
the tracers reached each of the stations. In all cases, the bulk of the AR87 tracer (swallet
injection) appears to have reached the stations faster than the AY73 (well injections). The
WB, WV, IS, and SWS stations all appear to have received both tracers in about the same
time-frames, as marked by the timing and length of the steepest part of the plots. The MBE
station, however, appears to have received both the AY73 and AR87 tracers over a broader
period and in a pulsed pattern as marked by the step-like shape of the MBE cumulative
recovery curves.

These plots and the mass recovery calculations suggest that the primary flow path from
the SEF to the spring discharges where the tracers were detected is to Wakulla Spring. IS,
SWS, and MBE appear to be overflow (secondary) pathways. The MBE recovery response
indicates that its pathway is episodically activated perhaps due to water table fluctuations
associated with rainfall.

DISCUSSION
Flow Paths and Velocities

Minimum groundwater velocities can be calculated from quantitative tracer tests by
dividing the distance between injection and positive detection sampling stations by the
measured tracer travel times. The most rigorous estimate is derived from the travel time for
the centroid of the recovery curve, however, that method is laborious and made complicated
by multiple peaks. An easier method that closely approximates the centroid of the curve
uses the peak concentration contained within the highest part of the recovery curve. The
estimates must be regarded as minimum velocities because they assume a straight-line flow
path. Table 9 lists the average distance between the major tracer receptors and the three
injection wells and the distance to Turf Pond swallet along with the peak travel times for
AY73 (well injections) and AR87 (swallet injection).

Table 9. Peak tracer travel times and associated minimum groundwater velocities.

i. T i T Trf Peak AY73 Peak AR87 AY73 AR87
Dist. To Dist. To Turf
Station Wells (mi) Pd ( ) Travel Time Travel Time Velocity (ft/ Velocity (ft/
Wells (miles) Pond (miles) (
(days) (days) day) day)

SE10 1.27 2.02 63 104 106 103

SJ1 2.14 2.63 25 23 452 604

SJ2 2.14 2.63 20 21 565 661

WV 11.16 11.81 92 93 640 671

WB 10.52 10.96 66 58 842 998

IS 11.02 11.84 74 79 786 791

SWS 11.12 11.84 67 63 876 992

MBE 11.20 11.84 63 64 938 977

minimum recorded flow rate: 103 ft/day; maximum recorded flow rate: 998 ft/day; average recorded flow rate: 688 ft/day.






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Measured velocities ranged from 103 ft/day for the AR87 flow path to well SE10, to 998
ft/day for the AR87 flow path to B-Tunnel. In general, the swallet injection is associated with
slightly faster groundwater velocities and the slowest velocities were along the pathways
to the wells. The difference between the velocities along the swallet and well flow paths
indicates that the permeability framework of the aquifer is dominated by a convergent
pattern of conduits.

Figure 22 presents a map of the groundwater flow pathways that reflects both the tracer
connections presented in Figure 4 and the apparent degree of connection based on mass
recoveries. Projected conduit-dominated pathways are marked by the darker green shaded
area. The probable extent to which the water is flowing though the matrix component of
the aquifer, associated with slower velocities, is marked by the lighter green shaded area.
Tracer detections and the lack of significant detections in most of the wells across the
southern boundary of the SEF demonstrate that groundwater flow is conduit-dominated in
the SEF region and that those conduit-dominated pathways converge south of the spray field
somewhere in the vicinity of SJ1 and SJ2 but west of SJ7. Conduits in this upper region of
the basin are likely numerous and very small and can be regarded as a highly heterogeneous
distribution of high conductivity zones. The distribution of the tracers from injection point to
the five spring discharge locations indicates that somewhere southwest of that region, those
conduit pathways diverge such that a mixture of the tracers can flow to the various springs.
The primary pathway is to the Wakulla Spring vent based on relative tracer mass recoveries
and probably via Wakulla B-Tunnel. The remaining pathways can be described as overflow
paths wherein the timing and quantity of flow along those pathways is most likely driven by
hydraulic fluctuations in the aquifer such as water levels, the distribution of recharge, and
the flux into swallets connecting to either the flow paths directly or to other conduit flow
paths leading to the same springs.

An alternative pathway could be in a more westerly direction toward Ames Sink (Figure
22). Previous tracer tests confirmed one or more conduit flow paths between Ames and Kelly
Sinks and Indian, Sally Ward, and Wakulla Springs (Hazlett-Kincaid, 2007; Kincaid and
Werner, 2008). In that case, the tracers wouldlikely have converged into the Ames-to-Indian
conduit(s), passed the Indian Spring (IS) sampling station, and then traveled to Wakulla
Spring via conduits in the Wakulla-Leon Sinks cave system. Such a pathway would not
follow the apparent potentiometric surface in as directly a down-gradient direction but it
would support the recovery of the tracers at Indian Spring.

Aquifer/Matrix Interactions

Figure 23 provides a closer analysis of the AY73 and AR92 recovery curves obtained
from stations SJ2 and WB relative to the days past the respective tracer injections. At both
stations, the approximate peak in the AR92 recovery curve arrived later than the approximate
peak in the AY73 curve, indicating that the AR92 traveled faster: approximately 1 day faster
to SJ2 and 5 days faster to WB. Figure 23-plot 3 shows water levels measured at SJ2 and
flow measured in the St. Marks River during a period including the two tracer injections
dates. Those data reveal that the first set of well injections was performed a few days prior
to the rising limb of an increase in groundwater levels and river flow, and that the second
set of injections occurred during the prolonged falling limb of that event.







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, 1s Mag Springs (>=2.8 m3/s)
S2nd 4th Mag Springs
O Swallets (sinkholes that receive surface flow)
Key Karst Windows
- Surveyed Conduits (-75 total km)


SSurface Water Body (rivers, lakes) Estimated Zone of Tracer Flow in Conduits
] Municipality Boundaries Estimated Zone of Tracer Flow in Matrix
---- Other Tracer Test Defined Flow Paths ( ) Center pivot irrigation circle
SSEF Sampling Station 0 1 2 4 6 kilometers
Tracer Injection Location
0 1 2 4 miles


Figure 22. Probable conduit flow zones as estimated from tracer defined groundwater flow
pathways from the SEF to Wakulla, Indian, Sally Ward Springs, and McBride Slough.








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tracer recovery curves for well SJ2 (top) and Wakulla B-Tunnel (middle)
relative to the timing of the respective injections and water levels and flow
measured in well SJ2 and the St. Marks River during the study period (bottom).






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Water levels in the area swallets track aquifer water levels and river flows because
all are responsive to local rainfall. Flow into Turf Pond swallet was in fact declining at the
time of the March 2006 injection and completely stopped shortly afterward according to
observations made by SEF staff.

The timing of tracer recoveries at SJ2 and WB can therefore be interpreted to result
from hydraulic interactions between conduits and the aquifer matrix controlled by different
recharge driven hydraulic gradients active after the two tracer injections. Swallet inflow
creates a point-source of recharge that will likely create a water table mound in the vicinity
of the swallet and raise the head in the conduits to which they are connected relative to the
head in the surrounding aquifer matrix. Accordingly, the gradient from the aquifer matrix
into the conduits will likely become reduced or even temporarily reversed. Under such condi-
tions, tracers injected into wells not directly connected to the conduit network and outside
of the mounding area will travel more slowly. When inflow to the swallet subsides or stops,
head in the conduits will likely fall with respect to the surrounding aquifer matrix. Local
gradients between the matrix and the conduit would thereby increase and tracers injected
into the same wells would travel faster.

Mass Recovery Calculations

The calculation of tracer mass recovery requires three basic assumptions.

The tracer is chemically and biologically conservative meaning that it will not
react with the water or compounds in the water, will not adsorb to the aquifer
substrate, and will not decay due to microbiological processes

The flow past the sampling station can be, and has been, accurately measured

The tracer concentration in the water has been accurately measured on a regu-
lar enough basis to plot the shape of the recovery curve

Unfortunately, quantitative tracing is currently burdened by problems with all three
of those assumptions. First, though it has been commonly accepted that the fluorescent
tracers AY73, AR87, and AR92 are chemically conservative, meaning that they do not react
with water or commonly occurring compounds in natural waters, there has been little work
to determine how tracers, as large organic compounds, might be affected by microbiological
decay, particularly in the organic rich waters of the WKP.

Second, groundwater flow at the sampling stations, each of which is located inside of
an underwater cave system, is difficult to measure. The FGS has deployed and maintains
hydraulic meters at both Wakulla B-Tunnel and the Wakulla Spring vent that measure
water velocity from a single fixed point in the respective conduit systems every 15 minutes.
Those measurements are converted to flow by multiplying them by the cross-sectional area
of the conduits that was measured by the Woodville Karst Plain Project divers. It is therefore
not an integrated measure of flow through the conduit but rather an approximation based
on an assumption that the velocity across the conduit cross-sectional area is constant. Flow
at the other spring stations (Indian, Sally Ward, and McBride Slough) was not regularly
measured during the test and therefore had to be estimated from previous measurements
or a qualitative assessment of comparative flows.







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The measurement of tracer concentrations (those presented in this report) is also itself
problematic primarily because both the identification and quantification of the dye in a
water sample are affected by the amount of dye in the sample relative to the background
fluorescence level. Simply stated, background fluorescence can at least partially mask the
tracer signature on the emission spectrum. Since the background fluorescence can fluctuate
significantly in natural waters, the degree of masking is also variable resulting in possible
underestimations of tracer concentrations or false negatives. The result is an apparent
decrease in recoverabilityy" of the tracer at lower concentrations.

Finally, very dark, tannic waters may not transmit enough light to adequately excite
fluorphores (tracer molecules) to produce sufficient emission intensity for the accurate
measurement of tracer concentration. The result could therefore be measurements indicating
lower tracer concentrations than are actually present.

Figure 24 shows a series of tracer recovery curves plotted for several sampling stations
along the mapped Wakulla-Leon Sinks cave system showing a decline in mass recovery
with distance along the flow path. This particular pathway is chosen for reference because
extensive cave exploration and mapping by the Woodville Karst Plain Project divers has
revealed it to be relatively uncomplicated with no known diversions or outlets along the
upper reach between Upper River Sink and Turner Sink. However, although this pathway


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Figure 24. Tracer recovery curves measured for a tracer test through the Wakulla-Leon
Sinks Cave System in the Woodville Karst Plain, performed in 2005, showing an apparent
80+percent reduction in mass recovery along a mapped conduit flow path leading to
Wakulla Spring.






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seems relatively uncomplicated, there was an apparent 75 percent reduction in mass
recovery along it that, at this time, cannot be explained.

The significant implication is that the absence of a full recovery of the injected tracers
does not necessarily indicate that the sampling strategy did not account for all discharges.
Another significant implication is that additional research is needed to: 1) constrain the
expectations for mass recoveries; 2) develop methods for improving recoverability; and 3)
understand how mass recoveries are related to residence times and how both are impacted
by variability in hydraulic conditions. Until then, we can only interpret the mass recoveries
in the context of the problems that we know exist in order to answer some basic questions
that arise from the results.

Why did we get relatively low tracer recoveries? Given the potential problems associated
with the calculation of tracer mass recoveries described above, there are three potential
reasons that we did not recover close to 100 percent of the injected tracers:

1) The tracers went to discharges that were not sampled. Though this is always a possibility
in groundwater tracing, we feel strongly that all probable spring discharges were adequately
sampled. Still, it is possible that some of the water flowing into conduits that connect to the
Wakulla-Leon Sinks Cave System could bypass Wakulla Spring and continue flowing south
toward the Gulf coast (presumably to the Spring Creek Springs Group). The largest conduits
in that cave system are trending south and appear to be continuing in that direction. An
apparent groundwater divide has been described (Kincaid, 1999) crossing the conduits based
on observations by divers of a reversal in flow direction: north toward Wakulla Spring in
the northern part of the system and south toward the Gulf Coast in the southern part of the
cave system. A tracer study was conducted from Turner Sink (intersects the southern part
of the cave system) in 2007, in which the bulk of the injected tracer traveled to Wakulla
Spring and was not detected at any of the five major discharge points comprising the Spring
Creek Springs Group (Kincaid, 2010). Given our knowledge and experience in the WKP, we
can only conclude that all of the major discharges likely to have received flow from the SEF
were sampled during the tracer test.

2) The tracer travel times were longer than the sampling period. We are reasonably certain
that at least part of the AY73 persisted in the aquifer matrix in the vicinity of injection
well SE40 for a considerable period of time after the injection. As late as several months
after the injections, SEF staff continued to report the presence of visibly colored water in
the well during sampling and pumping operations whereas the water in the other injections
wells, SE06 and SEllS, became clear relatively soon after the injections. Because of this,
it is possible that at least one-third of the injected AY73 remained in aquifer storage in the
vicinity of the SEF and had not traveled to the down-gradient discharge points by the end
of the sampling period. This does not however explain the relatively lower amount of AR87
recovered because it was injected into an active swallet rather than wells.

3) The tracers traveled to the discharge points at concentrations less than the detection
limit. Tracer concentrations are reduced along a flow path due to dilution and mixing by
waters from other sources that do not contain the tracer and dispersion along the flow
path both of which are expected to be significant processes active between the SEF and the
spring discharges. As described above, tracer detection at very low concentrations is further
hindered in waters with high natural fluorescence due to masking of the tracer emission
spectra. We believe the problems associated with low concentration detection to be the






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largest factor resulting in the relatively low mass recoveries. The problem is greater for
AR87 than for AY73 because AY73 is approximately six times more fluorescent than AR87,
which is why it was used for the well injections, and we feel is the most probable explanation
for the consistently lower AR87 recoveries.

Given the problems with mass recovery and low concentration detection is it
possible that some of the tracer traveled to the St. Marks River Rise without being
detected? Negative detections during any groundwater tracer study cannot be used to rule
out potential groundwater flow pathways and we cannot therefore dismiss the possibility
that some of the tracers traveled to the St. Marks River. However, the preponderance of
hydraulic evidence indicates that the primary flow direction from the SEF is to the southwest
and that a significant component of the flow is traveling very rapidly to Wakulla Spring.

1) Potentiometric surface mapping indicates that the gradient is southwest toward
Wakulla Spring.

2) The strongest tracer recoveries occurred at the Wakulla sampling stations.

3) If an active and significant flow path connected the SEF with the St. Marks River, the
travel time should have been considerably faster because the distance is significantly less.
A faster travel-time should have resulted in a higher concentration tracer recovery curve
than was detected at Wakulla Spring, which would have been well within the range of
detectability despite the higher and more variable natural fluorescence.

4) Only 12 of the 406 samples (three percent) collected from the St. Marks River Rise
contained any fluorescent compounds that could be attributed to the injected tracers
compared to 64 percent or more of samples collected from each of the Wakulla area
discharges.

CONCLUSIONS

The primary conclusion derived from this study was that groundwater from the SEF
flows predominantly southwestward to Wakulla Spring at a rate of between 671 and 977 feet
per day. None of the injected tracers were recovered during the 14 month sampling period
from any of the sampled locations in the St. Marks River watershed. Both of these results
are consistent with what was expected based on the established potentiometric surface of the
FAS in the WKP, which shows a southwestern direction of groundwater flow from the SEF
toward Wakulla Spring (U.S. Geological Survey, 2005). We interpret the additional tracer
detections at Indian, Sally Ward and McBride Slough springs as overflow from the primary
conduit flow path driven by local hydraulic variations such as conduit constrictions or infill-
ing.

Complete or nearly complete tracer recovery curves were recorded at the wells SJ2 and
SE10 as well as at the five spring sampling locations where the tracers were recovered:
Wakulla vent, Wakulla B-Tunnel, Indian Spring, Sally Ward Spring, and McBride Slough. In
all cases, the recovery curves revealed a single primary pulse of tracer flow and then subse-
quent shorter and lower concentration pulses. We interpret this pattern of recovery as a con-
sequence of multiple small conduit flow paths, constrictions in those pathways, rain events
during the tracer tests, and a response to varying water levels in the aquifer that likely drove
water and the tracers in and out of the conduits and surrounding aquifer matrix.






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The timing of the AY73 and AR92 tracer recovery curves at Wakulla B-Tunnel indicates
that local gradients between the conduits and the surrounding aquifer matrix are sensitive
to water levels in swallets. When the swallets are full and in-flowing, groundwater flow from
the matrix into the conduits is reduced and this likely reduces the overall rate of groundwater
flow through sections of the aquifer up-gradient of the conduits. These are the conditions we
interpret to be responsible for the slower AR92 travel-time.

No more than 43 percent of the injected tracers were recovered from a combination
of Wakulla Spring and McBride Slough. We do not believe the lack of full recovery to be
indicative of unsampled flow paths but rather a function of one or more variables impacting
our ability to adequately measure the recovered mass or the conservativeness of the
tracers. The primary variables that need further constraint in order to improve future mass
recovery efforts include: 1) continuous measurement of flow at the sampling locations; 2) a
determination of potential microbiological decay of the tracers in organic-rich waters; and
3) improved calibration methods for tracer concentrations measured in dark tea-colored
water.

The IFFs provided an effective means of collecting high-density data as the primary
tracer pulses passed the instrumented sampling locations. They were, however, difficult to
maintain in the field and produced numerous fluorescence peaks in the range of the injected
tracers that were not confirmed by laboratory analysis. Based on our results, it does not
appear that these devices can be relied upon as a sole means of tracer detections and that
they would likely produce false positives over prolonged periods.

Finally, we consider the results of this tracing study to clearly demonstrate the efficacy
and benefit of conducting quantitative tracer tests over long distances in the FAS. Tracers
that were introduced in large and small quantities into wells and in large quantity to a
swallet traveled for nearly 12 kilometers and were successfully detected at one of the largest
magnitude springs in Florida. Doing so answered a pressing practical question regarding the
source of nitrate contamination to the spring and provided significant new insight into the
dynamics of groundwater flow through the FAS to large and small springs in the western
portion of the WKP.


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APPENDICES

Tracer test spectrofluorophotometer data











Abbreviations used in tables:

CALC calculated
grab-grab grab sampled
Intens intensity
IS Indian Spring
MEAS measured
ND not detected
NR not recorded
NSC no sample collected
N/A not applicable
PPB parts per billion
SNA sample not analyzed
SWS Sally Ward Spring
Wavelen wavelength
WKV Wakulla vent
WKB Wakulla B-Tunnel







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Appendix 1. IS spectrofluorophotometer data.

m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g)
Highest Probable Flow 2.83 100.0 4024 1270 N/A
Lowest Probable Flow 0.57 20.0 805 254 N/A
Probable Average Flow 1.42 50.0 2012 635 N/A
Max 3.918 524.800 36.123 549.600 14.939 562.400 3.082 1.077 0.182 0.030
Min 0.000 510.40 0.269 535.200 0.108 555.200 1.772 0.000 0.000 0.000
Count 330 303 303 240 240 10 10 349 349 349


Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
2/2/06 10:45 grab-grab 11674 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 18:45 grab-grab 11675 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 13:00 grab-grab 11680 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 17:05 grab-grab 11681 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 11:13 grab-grab 11682 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 16:50 grab-grab 11683 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 17:00 grab-grab 11684 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 16:00 grab-grab 11685 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/17/06 14:40 grab-grab 11686 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/18/06 15:30 grab-grab 11687 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 18:00 grab-grab 11688 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 13:23 grab-grab 11689 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/22/06 13:30 grab-grab 11762 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/23/06 14:00 grab-grab 13495 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/27/06 16:28 grab-grab 13496 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/4/06 15:30 grab-grab 13497 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/5/06 14:11 grab-grab 13498 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/7/06 16:00 grab-grab 13507 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/8/06 16:30 grab-grab 13508 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/10/06 12:00 1-1 12690 0.960 510.400 7.380 ND ND ND ND 0.193 0.000 0.000
3/11/06 0:00 1-2 12691 0.780 511.200 6.229 ND ND ND ND 0.163 0.000 0.000
3/11/06 12:00 1-3 12692 0.867 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/12/06 0:00 1-4 12693 0.955 510.400 6.187 ND ND ND ND 0.157 0.000 0.000
3/12/06 12:00 1-5 12694 1.026 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/13/06 0:00 1-6 12695 2.509 510.400 8.610 ND ND ND ND 0.183 0.000 0.000
3/13/06 12:00 1-7 12696 0.909 510.400 5.516 ND ND ND ND 0.138 0.000 0.000
3/14/06 0:00 1-8 12697 1.046 510.400 8.056 ND ND ND ND 0.210 0.000 0.000
3/14/06 12:00 1-9 12698 3.514 510.400 11.001 ND ND ND ND 0.225 0.000 0.000







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Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPBAR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
Date Time
3/15/06 0:00 1-10 12699 1.038 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/15/06 12:00 1-11 12700 0.977 510.400 5.923 ND ND ND ND 0.148 0.000 0.000
3/16/06 0:00 1-12 12701 3.918 510.400 12.098 ND ND ND ND 0.245 0.000 0.000
3/16/06 12:00 1-13 12702 1.239 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/17/06 0:00 1-14 12703 1.086 510.400 9.966 ND ND ND ND 0.266 0.000 0.000
3/17/06 12:00 1-15 12704 1.089 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/18/06 0:00 1-16 12705 0.921 511.200 5.293 ND ND ND ND 0.131 0.000 0.000
3/18/06 12:00 1-17 12706 0.746 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/19/06 0:00 1-18 12707 0.914 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/19/06 12:00 1-19 12708 1.101 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/20/06 0:00 2-1 12758 0.819 513.600 6.621 ND ND ND ND 0.174 0.000 0.000
3/20/06 12:00 2-2 12759 0.770 510.400 6.197 ND ND 556.800 2.812 0.163 0.000 0.029
3/21/06 0:00 2-3 12760 0.872 512.000 5.811 ND ND ND ND 0.148 0.000 0.000
3/21/06 12:00 2-4 12761 0.914 510.400 5.907 ND ND ND ND 0.150 0.000 0.000
3/22/06 0:00 2-5 12762 0.776 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/22/06 12:00 2-6 12763 0.855 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/23/06 0:00 2-7 12764 1.043 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/23/06 12:00 2-8 12765 0.976 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/24/06 0:00 2-9 12766 0.848 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/24/06 12:00 2-10 12767 0.836 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/25/06 0:00 2-11 12768 0.923 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/25/06 12:00 2-12 12769 0.969 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/26/06 0:00 2-13 12770 0.977 511.200 6.688 ND ND 555.200 3.052 0.171 0.000 0.029
3/26/06 12:00 2-14 12771 0.874 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/27/06 0:00 2-15 12772 0.929 510.400 7.182 ND ND ND ND 0.188 0.000 0.000
3/27/06 12:00 2-16 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/28/06 0:00 2-17 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/28/06 12:00 2-18 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/29/06 0:00 3-1 12777 0.930 512.800 4.358 ND ND 555.200 2.417 0.103 0.000 0.021
3/29/06 12:00 3-2 12778 0.986 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/30/06 0:00 3-3 12779 0.779 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/30/06 12:00 3-4 12780 0.971 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/31/06 0:00 3-5 12781 0.913 510.400 5.420 ND ND 555.200 3.082 0.135 0.000 0.030
3/31/06 12:00 3-6 12782 0.963 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/1/06 0:00 3-7 12783 0.849 510.400 4.821 ND ND 558.400 2.488 0.119 0.000 0.023
4/1/06 12:00 3-8 12784 0.874 ND ND ND ND 555.200 2.624 0.000 0.000 0.025
4/2/06 0:00 3-9 12785 0.902 510.400 4.146 ND ND 555.200 2.249 0.097 0.000 0.019
4/2/06 12:00 3-10 12786 0.938 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/3/06 0:00 3-11 12787 0.989 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/3/06 12:00 3-12 12788 0.972 ND ND ND ND 562.400 1.772 0.000 0.000 0.011
4/4/06 0:00 3-13 12789 0.892 ND ND ND ND 555.200 2.450 0.000 0.000 0.022







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CAL) PPB (CALC)
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
4/4/06 12:00 3-14 12790 1.113 ND ND ND ND 556.800 3.038 0.000 0.000 0.027
4/5/06 0:00 4-1 13158 1.180 516.000 5.652 ND ND ND ND 0.134 0.000 0.000
4/5/06 12:00 4-2 13159 1.192 510.400 6.259 ND ND ND ND 0.152 0.000 0.000
4/6/06 0:00 4-3 13160 1.315 510.400 9.847 ND ND ND ND 0.256 0.000 0.000
4/6/06 12:00 4-4 13161 1.197 511.200 7.616 ND ND ND ND 0.193 0.000 0.000
4/7/06 0:00 4-5 13162 1.131 510.400 6.832 ND ND ND ND 0.171 0.000 0.000
4/7/06 12:00 4-6 13163 0.974 510.400 7.241 ND ND ND ND 0.188 0.000 0.000
4/8/06 0:00 4-7 13164 1.224 516.000 13.811 ND ND ND ND 0.378 0.000 0.000
4/8/06 12:00 4-8 13165 0.993 510.400 6.569 ND ND ND ND 0.167 0.000 0.000
4/9/06 0:00 4-9 13166 1.459 510.400 10.673 ND ND ND ND 0.276 0.000 0.000
4/9/06 12:00 4-10 13167 1.047 515.200 6.299 ND ND ND ND 0.158 0.000 0.000
4/10/06 0:00 4-11 13168 1.274 510.400 6.311 ND ND ND ND 0.151 0.000 0.000
4/10/06 12:00 4-12 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/11/06 0:00 4-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/11/06 12:00 4-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/12/06 0:00 5-1 13173 1.419 512.000 4.784 ND ND ND ND 0.101 0.000 0.000
4/12/06 12:00 5-2 13174 1.113 510.400 5.885 ND ND ND ND 0.143 0.000 0.000
4/13/06 0:00 5-3 13175 1.199 510.400 6.174 ND ND ND ND 0.149 0.000 0.000
4/13/06 12:00 5-4 13176 1.204 510.400 6.341 ND ND ND ND 0.154 0.000 0.000
4/14/06 0:00 5-5 13177 1.084 510.400 7.152 ND ND ND ND 0.182 0.000 0.000
4/14/06 12:00 5-6 13178 1.094 512.000 5.783 ND ND ND ND 0.141 0.000 0.000
4/15/06 0:00 5-7 13179 0.969 512.800 5.550 536.800 4.230 ND ND 0.137 0.046 0.000
4/15/06 12:00 5-8 13180 0.920 511.200 5.835 536.000 4.490 ND ND 0.147 0.050 0.000
4/16/06 0:00 5-9 13181 1.096 510.400 5.657 537.600 4.623 ND ND 0.137 0.049 0.000
4/16/06 12:00 5-10 13182 0.999 516.800 6.383 ND ND ND ND 0.162 0.000 0.000
4/17/06 0:00 5-11 13183 1.085 511.200 6.472 538.400 4.912 ND ND 0.162 0.054 0.000
4/17/06 12:00 5-12 13184 1.133 511.200 8.167 539.200 6.019 ND ND 0.211 0.068 0.000
4/18/06 0:00 5-13 13185 1.044 514.400 6.592 ND ND ND ND 0.166 0.000 0.000
4/18/06 12:00 5-14 13186 0.918 517.600 5.674 ND ND ND ND 0.143 0.000 0.000
4/19/06 0:00 6-1 13140 0.826 516.800 5.783 542.400 4.400 ND ND 0.149 0.050 0.000
4/19/06 12:00 6-2 13141 0.926 517.600 6.029 535.200 4.777 ND ND 0.153 0.054 0.000
4/20/06 0:00 6-3 13142 0.783 517.600 5.514 537.600 4.759 ND ND 0.142 0.056 0.000
4/20/06 12:00 6-4 13143 0.914 514.400 6.088 537.600 4.692 ND ND 0.155 0.053 0.000
4/21/06 0:00 6-5 13144 0.761 516.800 5.760 538.400 4.859 ND ND 0.150 0.057 0.000
4/21/06 12:00 6-6 13145 0.816 517.600 5.722 541.600 5.118 ND ND 0.147 0.060 0.000
4/22/06 0:00 6-7 13146 0.763 518.400 5.256 540.000 5.122 ND ND 0.135 0.061 0.000
4/22/06 12:00 6-8 13147 0.750 514.400 6.436 538.400 5.470 ND ND 0.171 0.066 0.000
4/23/06 0:00 6-9 13148 1.028 514.400 7.192 536.800 6.315 ND ND 0.185 0.074 0.000
4/23/06 12:00 6-10 13149 0.733 516.800 5.780 541.600 5.469 ND ND 0.151 0.066 0.000
4/24/06 0:00 6-11 13150 0.798 514.400 5.386 539.200 5.320 ND ND 0.138 0.063 0.000
4/24/06 12:00 6-12 13151 0.894 516.800 5.738 540.800 5.472 ND ND 0.145 0.064 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
4/25/06 0:00 6-13 13152 0.780 517.600 6.549 535.200 5.719 ND ND 0.173 0.069 0.000
4/25/06 12:00 6-14 13153 0.786 518.400 6.336 540.800 5.701 ND ND 0.167 0.069 0.000
4/26/06 0:00 7-1 13816 1.224 512.000 7.960 535.200 5.741 ND ND 0.202 0.063 0.000
4/26/06 12:00 7-2 13817 1.361 514.400 6.724 535.200 5.160 ND ND 0.161 0.053 0.000
4/27/06 0:00 7-3 13818 1.200 516.000 6.547 536.000 5.065 ND ND 0.160 0.054 0.000
4/27/06 12:00 7-4 13819 1.091 516.800 7.539 535.200 5.741 ND ND 0.193 0.065 0.000
4/28/06 0:00 7-5 13820 1.071 514.400 6.607 539.200 4.837 ND ND 0.166 0.053 0.000
4/28/06 12:00 7-6 13821 1.118 516.000 6.671 535.200 5.734 ND ND 0.167 0.065 0.000
4/29/06 0:00 7-7 13822 1.218 515.200 6.716 537.600 5.404 ND ND 0.165 0.059 0.000
4/29/06 12:00 7-8 13823 1.085 514.400 7.053 536.800 5.358 ND ND 0.179 0.060 0.000
4/30/06 0:00 7-9 13824 1.028 518.400 7.235 535.200 5.809 ND ND 0.186 0.067 0.000
4/30/06 12:00 7-10 13825 1.120 516.800 6.132 538.400 5.402 ND ND 0.150 0.060 0.000
5/1/06 0:00 7-11 13826 1.275 513.600 6.631 537.600 5.127 ND ND 0.161 0.054 0.000
5/1/06 12:00 7-12 13827 1.175 515.200 7.055 540.800 6.320 ND ND 0.176 0.072 0.000
5/2/06 0:00 7-13 13828 1.076 521.600 6.611 539.200 6.360 ND ND 0.166 0.074 0.000
5/2/06 12:00 7-14 13829 1.279 514.400 6.409 536.800 5.499 ND ND 0.154 0.059 0.000
5/3/06 0:00 8-1 13888 0.811 520.000 8.655 536.000 6.722 ND ND 0.235 0.083 0.000
5/3/06 12:00 8-2 13889 0.751 515.200 7.594 540.800 6.228 ND ND 0.205 0.077 0.000
5/4/06 0:00 8-3 13890 0.859 516.800 7.804 539.200 6.326 ND ND 0.208 0.077 0.000
5/4/06 12:00 8-4 13891 1.086 517.600 9.308 538.400 7.708 ND ND 0.247 0.093 0.000
5/5/06 0:00 8-5 13892 1.082 518.400 8.075 541.600 6.565 ND ND 0.210 0.077 0.000
5/5/06 12:00 8-6 13893 1.130 516.000 12.939 539.200 10.275 ND ND 0.354 0.128 0.000
5/6/06 0:00 8-7 13894 1.464 515.200 9.090 540.000 7.943 ND ND 0.229 0.091 0.000
5/6/06 12:00 8-8 13895 1.076 516.800 8.182 540.000 7.620 ND ND 0.213 0.092 0.000
5/7/06 0:00 8-9 13896 1.249 511.200 9.848 535.200 8.501 ND ND 0.258 0.102 0.000
5/7/06 12:00 8-10 13897 1.167 511.200 11.169 536.000 9.354 ND ND 0.300 0.115 0.000
5/8/06 0:00 8-11 13898 1.140 516.800 7.856 537.600 7.316 ND ND 0.201 0.086 0.000
5/8/06 12:00 8-12 13899 1.325 511.200 8.237 543.200 7.393 ND ND 0.207 0.085 0.000
5/9/06 0:00 8-13 13900 1.170 522.400 7.349 536.000 6.459 ND ND 0.185 0.074 0.000
5/9/06 12:00 8-14 13901 1.107 516.000 6.902 538.400 7.168 ND ND 0.174 0.085 0.000
5/10/06 0:00 9-1 14214 1.356 518.400 9.366 ND ND ND ND 0.240 0.000 0.000
5/10/06 12:00 9-2 14215 1.280 510.400 7.251 537.600 5.658 ND ND 0.179 0.061 0.000
5/11/06 0:00 9-3 14216 0.977 515.200 6.774 536.800 5.394 ND ND 0.174 0.062 0.000
5/11/06 12:00 9-4 14217 1.111 515.200 5.369 539.200 4.793 ND ND 0.128 0.052 0.000
5/12/06 0:00 9-5 14218 1.364 511.200 11.850 536.000 9.799 ND ND 0.315 0.118 0.000
5/12/06 12:00 9-6 14219 1.064 511.200 8.193 535.200 6.110 ND ND 0.214 0.071 0.000
5/13/06 0:00 9-7 14220 1.283 517.600 7.060 536.000 5.707 ND ND 0.173 0.062 0.000
5/13/06 12:00 9-8 14221 1.160 516.000 6.507 535.200 6.006 ND ND 0.160 0.068 0.000
5/14/06 0:00 9-9 14222 1.199 518.400 6.844 537.600 5.367 ND ND 0.169 0.058 0.000
5/14/06 12:00 9-10 14223 1.446 512.800 11.709 537.600 8.525 ND ND 0.308 0.099 0.000
5/15/06 0:00 9-11 14224 1.136 513.600 6.453 541.600 4.810 ND ND 0.160 0.051 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
5/15/06 12:00 9-12 14225 1.371 516.000 8.299 535.200 6.867 ND ND 0.208 0.077 0.000
5/16/06 0:00 9-13 14226 1.315 510.400 9.085 535.200 7.355 ND ND 0.233 0.085 0.000
5/16/06 12:00 9-14 14227 1.411 516.000 8.098 541.600 6.548 ND ND 0.201 0.072 0.000
5/17/06 0:00 9-15 14228 1.325 516.000 8.767 537.600 6.944 ND ND 0.223 0.079 0.000
5/17/06 12:00 9-16 14229 1.634 515.200 9.855 539.200 7.476 ND ND 0.247 0.082 0.000
5/18/06 0:00 9-17 14230 1.398 516.000 11.211 536.000 8.902 ND ND 0.294 0.105 0.000
5/18/06 12:00 9-18 14231 1.230 517.600 10.039 541.600 12.076 ND ND 0.264 0.152 0.000
5/19/06 0:00 10-1 14052 1.360 516.000 6.475 535.200 4.828 ND ND 0.153 0.049 0.000
5/19/06 12:00 10-2 14053 1.050 521.600 5.990 535.200 5.127 ND ND 0.148 0.057 0.000
5/20/06 0:00 10-3 14054 1.202 513.600 6.913 536.800 5.394 ND ND 0.171 0.059 0.000
5/20/06 12:00 10-4 14055 1.231 513.600 6.764 542.400 5.410 ND ND 0.166 0.059 0.000
5/21/06 0:00 10-5 14056 1.456 510.400 9.794 535.200 7.373 ND ND 0.250 0.083 0.000
5/21/06 12:00 10-6 14057 0.895 513.600 6.409 540.000 4.939 ND ND 0.165 0.057 0.000
5/22/06 0:00 10-7 14058 1.652 518.400 7.387 535.200 5.772 ND ND 0.172 0.058 0.000
5/22/06 12:00 10-8 14059 1.672 512.800 11.634 536.000 8.919 ND ND 0.299 0.101 0.000
5/23/06 0:00 10-9 14060 2.335 516.800 6.454 543.200 5.164 ND ND 0.124 0.040 0.000
5/23/06 12:00 10-10 14061 1.021 516.000 6.771 540.000 4.833 ND ND 0.173 0.053 0.000
5/24/06 0:00 10-11 14062 1.328 515.200 6.538 537.600 4.793 ND ND 0.156 0.049 0.000
5/24/06 12:00 10-12 14063 1.309 516.800 6.527 535.200 4.938 ND ND 0.157 0.051 0.000
5/25/06 0:00 10-13 14064 1.206 515.200 6.452 536.800 5.076 ND ND 0.157 0.054 0.000
5/25/06 12:00 10-14 14065 1.203 513.600 6.100 539.200 4.631 ND ND 0.147 0.048 0.000
5/26/06 0:00 10-15 14066 1.212 513.600 6.440 536.000 4.803 ND ND 0.157 0.050 0.000
5/26/06 12:00 10-16 14067 1.451 512.000 7.234 535.200 5.486 ND ND 0.173 0.056 0.000
5/27/06 0:00 11-1 14665 1.952 510.400 18.611 536.800 14.939 ND ND 0.500 0.182 0.000
5/27/06 12:00 11-2 14666 1.499 511.200 9.236 535.200 7.051 ND ND 0.232 0.078 0.000
5/28/06 0:00 11-3 14667 1.464 516.000 7.147 536.800 5.855 ND ND 0.170 0.061 0.000
5/28/06 12:00 11-4 14668 1.335 514.400 8.898 535.200 6.193 ND ND 0.227 0.068 0.000
5/29/06 0:00 11-5 14669 1.454 510.400 9.397 535.200 7.370 ND ND 0.238 0.083 0.000
5/29/06 12:00 11-6 14670 1.415 512.000 8.450 535.200 5.822 ND ND 0.211 0.062 0.000
5/30/06 0:00 11-7 14671 1.613 516.800 10.018 536.000 7.680 ND ND 0.252 0.085 0.000
5/30/06 12:00 11-8 14672 1.551 516.800 10.532 535.200 7.551 ND ND 0.269 0.084 0.000
5/31/06 0:00 11-9 14673 1.494 510.400 8.199 535.200 5.670 ND ND 0.201 0.058 0.000
5/31/06 12:00 11-10 14674 1.717 510.400 15.414 536.000 11.524 ND ND 0.411 0.137 0.000
6/1/06 0:00 11-11 14675 1.524 517.600 7.567 535.200 6.525 ND ND 0.181 0.070 0.000
6/1/06 12:00 11-12 14676 1.698 513.600 8.545 535.200 5.607 ND ND 0.205 0.055 0.000
6/2/06 0:00 11-13 14677 1.660 514.400 9.187 535.200 6.951 ND ND 0.226 0.074 0.000
6/2/06 12:00 11-14 14678 1.624 515.200 9.842 535.200 7.355 ND ND 0.247 0.080 0.000
6/3/06 0:00 11-15 14679 1.608 512.000 11.127 536.000 8.322 ND ND 0.286 0.094 0.000
6/3/06 12:00 12-1 14680 1.538 515.200 7.461 535.200 5.214 ND ND 0.178 0.051 0.000
6/4/06 0:00 12-2 14681 1.471 514.400 8.094 535.200 6.650 ND ND 0.199 0.073 0.000
6/4/06 12:00 12-3 14682 1.627 510.400 8.390 536.800 6.137 ND ND 0.203 0.063 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
6/5/06 0:00 12-4 14683 1.491 515.200 7.539 535.200 5.456 ND ND 0.181 0.056 0.000
6/5/06 12:00 12-5 14684 1.711 510.400 8.262 535.200 6.383 ND ND 0.197 0.065 0.000
6/6/06 0:00 12-6 14685 1.547 510.400 7.011 536.800 5.217 ND ND 0.164 0.051 0.000
6/6/06 12:00 12-7 14686 1.484 515.200 7.511 536.800 5.077 ND ND 0.181 0.050 0.000
6/7/06 0:00 12-8 14687 1.589 515.200 7.837 535.200 6.075 ND ND 0.187 0.063 0.000
6/7/06 12:00 12-9 14688 1.335 514.400 7.471 537.600 5.429 ND ND 0.184 0.057 0.000
6/8/06 0:00 12-10 14689 1.564 516.800 7.963 535.200 6.262 ND ND 0.192 0.066 0.000
6/8/06 12:00 12-11 14690 1.473 511.200 7.341 535.200 5.332 ND ND 0.176 0.054 0.000
6/9/06 0:00 12-12 14691 1.649 511.200 6.973 535.200 5.379 ND ND 0.160 0.052 0.000
6/9/06 12:00 13-1 14692 1.492 514.400 8.566 535.200 6.047 ND ND 0.212 0.064 0.000
6/10/06 0:00 13-2 14693 1.166 510.400 7.846 535.200 5.311 ND ND 0.200 0.058 0.000
6/10/06 12:00 13-3 14694 1.158 514.400 7.446 535.200 5.911 ND ND 0.189 0.067 0.000
6/11/06 0:00 13-4 14695 1.025 512.800 5.920 535.200 4.611 ND ND 0.147 0.050 0.000
6/11/06 12:00 13-5 14696 1.052 516.000 5.816 535.200 4.063 ND ND 0.143 0.042 0.000
6/12/06 0:00 13-6 14697 1.062 514.400 6.275 535.200 3.995 ND ND 0.156 0.041 0.000
6/12/06 12:00 13-7 14698 0.921 510.400 5.334 535.200 4.590 ND ND 0.132 0.051 0.000
6/13/06 0:00 13-8 14699 0.947 510.400 6.676 535.200 4.433 ND ND 0.172 0.049 0.000
6/13/06 12:00 13-9 14700 1.102 514.400 6.030 535.200 3.743 ND ND 0.148 0.037 0.000
6/14/06 0:00 13-10 14701 1.092 512.800 5.770 537.600 4.094 ND ND 0.140 0.042 0.000
6/14/06 12:00 13-11 14702 0.971 510.400 5.891 537.600 3.729 ND ND 0.148 0.039 0.000
6/15/06 0:00 13-12 14703 0.982 516.000 5.279 535.200 3.819 ND ND 0.129 0.040 0.000
6/15/06 12:00 13-13 14704 1.146 515.200 5.819 535.200 4.169 ND ND 0.140 0.042 0.000
6/16/06 0:00 13-14 14705 1.173 513.600 6.979 537.600 4.724 ND ND 0.174 0.050 0.000
6/16/06 12:00 14-1 15018 1.816 524.800 4.236 539.200 4.626 ND ND 0.073 0.039 0.000
6/17/06 0:00 14-2 15019 2.141 524.800 5.106 540.800 5.611 ND ND 0.089 0.049 0.000
6/17/06 12:00 14-3 15020 1.795 524.800 5.505 544.000 6.180 ND ND 0.111 0.061 0.000
6/18/06 0:00 14-4 15021 1.582 524.800 3.645 544.000 4.124 ND ND 0.062 0.036 0.000
6/18/06 12:00 14-5 15022 1.478 524.800 4.970 549.600 5.659 ND ND 0.105 0.059 0.000
6/19/06 0:00 14-6 15023 1.786 524.800 4.750 539.200 5.103 ND ND 0.089 0.046 0.000
6/19/06 12:00 14-7 15024 1.689 524.800 2.828 549.600 3.972 ND ND 0.034 0.032 0.000
6/20/06 0:00 14-8 15025 1.779 524.800 4.419 549.600 5.146 ND ND 0.079 0.047 0.000
6/20/06 12:00 14-9 15026 2.038 524.800 3.693 549.600 4.366 ND ND 0.050 0.033 0.000
6/21/06 0:00 14-10 15027 1.623 524.800 2.772 549.600 4.133 ND ND 0.034 0.035 0.000
6/21/06 12:00 14-11 15028 1.668 524.800 3.716 547.200 4.301 ND ND 0.061 0.037 0.000
6/22/06 0:00 14-12 15029 1.591 524.800 2.824 549.600 4.268 ND ND 0.037 0.037 0.000
6/22/06 12:00 14-13 15030 2.230 524.800 5.842 535.200 6.140 ND ND 0.108 0.055 0.000
6/23/06 0:00 14-14 15031 1.196 524.800 2.400 549.600 3.483 ND ND 0.036 0.032 0.000
6/23/06 12:00 15-1 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
6/24/06 0:00 15-2 17255 1.973 510.400 10.974 535.200 4.018 ND ND 0.270 0.029 0.000
6/24/06 12:00 15-3 17256 1.398 510.400 9.219 535.200 4.032 ND ND 0.235 0.037 0.000
6/25/06 0:00 15-4 17257 0.865 512.800 2.396 536.000 1.647 ND ND 0.046 0.011 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CAL) PPB (CALC)
Date Time Number Number MEANS ) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
6/25/06 12:00 15-5 17258 3.597 510.400 12.305 535.200 7.059 ND ND 0.261 0.048 0.000
6/26/06 0:00 15-6 17259 0.410 516.000 1.763 535.200 1.281 ND ND 0.041 0.012 0.000
6/26/06 12:00 15-7 17260 1.363 510.400 4.457 536.000 3.312 ND ND 0.093 0.027 0.000
6/27/06 0:00 15-8 17262 0.978 520.000 2.736 535.200 1.929 ND ND 0.053 0.013 0.000
6/27/06 12:00 15-9 17261 0.385 512.800 1.254 535.200 0.748 ND ND 0.026 0.005 0.000
6/28/06 0:00 15-10 17263 0.479 520.800 2.516 535.200 1.742 ND ND 0.061 0.018 0.000
6/28/06 12:00 15-11 17264 0.429 511.200 1.567 535.200 0.997 ND ND 0.034 0.008 0.000
6/29/06 0:00 15-12 17265 1.748 511.200 3.813 535.200 3.070 ND ND 0.062 0.019 0.000
6/29/06 12:00 15-13 17266 0.600 520.800 2.464 535.200 1.731 ND ND 0.056 0.016 0.000
6/30/06 0:00 15-14 17267 1.718 510.400 9.907 535.200 4.601 ND ND 0.246 0.040 0.000
6/30/06 12:00 16-1 17268 1.347 514.400 8.232 535.200 4.388 ND ND 0.207 0.043 0.000
7/1/06 0:00 16-2 17269 0.519 524.800 1.915 535.200 1.878 ND ND 0.042 0.019 0.000
7/1/06 12:00 16-3 17270 0.412 510.400 1.874 535.200 1.070 ND ND 0.044 0.009 0.000
7/2/06 0:00 16-4 17271 1.226 510.400 7.361 535.200 2.717 ND ND 0.184 0.021 0.000
7/2/06 12:00 16-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/3/06 0:00 16-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/3/06 12:00 16-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/4/06 0:00 16-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/4/06 12:00 16-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/5/06 0:00 16-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/5/06 12:00 16-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/6/06 0:00 16-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/6/06 12:00 16-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/7/06 0:00 16-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/7/06 12:00 16-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/8/06 0:00 16-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/8/06 12:00 16-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/9/06 0:00 16-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/9/06 12:00 16-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/10/06 0:00 16-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/10/06 12:00 16-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/11/06 0:00 16-22 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/11/06 12:00 16-23 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/12/06 0:00 16a-1 17675 0.112 512.000 0.481 535.200 0.286 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000
7/12/06 12:00 16a-2 17676 0.100 512.800 0.269 536.000 0.155 ND ND 0.005 0.001 0.000
7/13/06 0:00 16a-3 17677 0.077 513.600 0.345 536.000 0.153 ND ND 0.008 0.001 0.000
7/13/06 12:00 16a-4 17678 0.160 516.800 0.421 535.200 0.301 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
7/14/06 0:00 16a-5 17679 0.059 511.200 0.310 535.200 0.157 ND ND 0.008 0.001 0.000
7/14/06 12:00 16a-6 17680 0.048 510.400 0.313 535.200 0.110 ND ND 0.008 0.001 0.000
7/15/06 0:00 16a-7 17681 0.076 510.400 0.346 539.200 0.146 ND ND 0.008 0.001 0.000
7/15/06 12:00 16a-8 17682 0.046 511.200 0.294 535.200 0.116 ND ND 0.007 0.001 0.000







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Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
7/16/06 0:00 16a-9 17683 0.136 516.000 0.448 535.200 0.270 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
7/16/06 12:00 16a-10 17684 0.095 510.400 0.296 535.200 0.145 ND ND 0.006 0.001 0.000
7/17/06 0:00 16a-11 17685 0.065 512.800 0.280 535.200 0.108 ND ND 0.006 0.001 0.000
7/17/06 12:00 16a-12 17686 0.132 516.800 0.419 535.200 0.331 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000
7/18/06 0:00 16a-13 17687 0.094 514.400 0.295 535.200 0.154 ND ND 0.006 0.001 0.000
7/18/06 12:00 16a-14 17688 0.130 517.600 0.366 535.200 0.203 ND ND 0.007 0.001 0.000
7/19/06 0:00 17-1 15123 1.498 524.800 4.203 549.600 5.143 ND ND 0.081 0.051 0.000
7/19/06 12:00 17-2 15124 1.805 524.800 3.727 549.600 6.711 ND ND 0.058 0.069 0.000
7/20/06 0:00 17-3 15125 1.085 524.800 3.455 536.800 3.717 ND ND 0.071 0.037 0.000
7/20/06 12:00 17-4 15126 1.670 524.800 3.695 549.600 4.508 ND ND 0.061 0.040 0.000
7/21/06 0:00 17-5 15127 1.189 524.800 2.610 549.600 4.271 ND ND 0.043 0.043 0.000
7/21/06 12:00 17-6 15128 1.213 524.800 3.373 548.000 3.777 ND ND 0.065 0.036 0.000
7/22/06 0:00 17-7 15129 1.425 524.800 3.266 547.200 3.516 ND ND 0.055 0.029 0.000
7/22/06 12:00 17-8 15130 1.750 524.800 3.221 549.600 4.052 ND ND 0.044 0.032 0.000
7/23/06 0:00 17-9 15131 1.109 524.800 2.204 549.600 3.420 ND ND 0.033 0.032 0.000
7/23/06 12:00 17-10 15132 1.616 524.800 3.663 541.600 3.898 ND ND 0.061 0.032 0.000
7/24/06 0:00 17-11 15133 1.651 524.800 3.035 549.600 3.739 ND ND 0.042 0.029 0.000
7/24/06 12:00 17-12 15134 1.179 524.800 2.430 549.600 3.780 ND ND 0.038 0.036 0.000
7/25/06 0:00 17-13 15135 3.051 524.800 5.275 549.600 5.911 ND ND 0.067 0.040 0.000
7/25/06 12:00 17-14 15136 1.444 524.800 2.732 549.600 4.203 ND ND 0.039 0.039 0.000
7/26/06 0:00 18-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/26/06 12:00 18-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/27/06 0:00 18-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/27/06 12:00 18-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/28/06 0:00 18-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/28/06 12:00 18-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/29/06 0:00 18-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/29/06 12:00 18-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/30/06 0:00 18-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/30/06 12:00 18-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/31/06 0:00 18-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/31/06 12:00 18-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/1/06 0:00 18-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/1/06 12:00 18-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/2/06 0:00 19-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/2/06 12:00 19-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/3/06 0:00 19-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/3/06 12:00 19-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/4/06 0:00 19-5 17640 0.112 524.000 0.679 535.200 0.402 ND ND 0.017 0.004 0.000
8/4/06 12:00 19-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/5/06 0:00 19-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
8/5/06 12:00 19-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/6/06 0:00 19-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/6/06 12:00 19-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/7/06 0:00 19-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/7/06 12:00 19-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/8/06 0:00 19-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/8/06 12:00 19-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/9/06 0:00 19-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/9/06 12:00 19-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/10/06 0:00 19-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/10/06 12:00 20-1 16224 0.609 517.600 2.001 ND ND ND ND 0.042 0.000 0.000
8/11/06 0:00 20-2 16225 0.536 521.600 2.303 ND ND ND ND 0.053 0.000 0.000
8/11/06 12:00 20-3 16226 0.398 518.400 1.474 ND ND ND ND 0.032 0.000 0.000
8/12/06 0:00 20-4 16227 0.607 519.200 1.691 ND ND ND ND 0.033 0.000 0.000
8/12/06 12:00 20-5 16228 0.372 521.600 1.452 ND ND ND ND 0.032 0.000 0.000
8/13/06 0:00 20-6 16229 0.395 520.000 1.494 ND ND ND ND 0.033 0.000 0.000
8/13/06 12:00 20-7 16230 0.304 519.200 1.012 ND ND ND ND 0.021 0.000 0.000
8/14/06 0:00 20-8 16231 0.302 519.200 1.028 ND ND ND ND 0.022 0.000 0.000
8/14/06 12:00 20-9 16232 0.342 514.400 1.111 ND ND ND ND 0.023 0.000 0.000
8/15/06 0:00 20-10 16233 0.270 518.400 1.125 ND ND ND ND 0.026 0.000 0.000
8/15/06 12:00 20-11 16234 0.244 522.400 1.048 ND ND ND ND 0.024 0.000 0.000
8/16/06 0:00 20-12 16235 0.370 520.000 1.284 ND ND ND ND 0.027 0.000 0.000
8/16/06 12:00 20-13 16236 0.248 522.400 1.131 ND ND ND ND 0.026 0.000 0.000
8/17/06 0:00 20-14 16237 0.230 520.000 1.379 ND ND ND ND 0.034 0.000 0.000
8/17/06 12:00 20-15 16238 0.248 521.600 0.903 ND ND ND ND 0.020 0.000 0.000
8/18/06 0:00 20-16 16239 0.000 523.200 1.247 ND ND ND ND 0.037 0.000 0.000
8/18/06 12:00 20-17 16240 0.000 518.400 3.307 ND ND ND ND 0.099 0.000 0.000
8/19/06 0:00 20-18 16241 0.000 520.800 3.860 ND ND ND ND 0.116 0.000 0.000
8/19/06 12:00 20-19 16242 0.900 518.400 3.196 ND ND ND ND 0.069 0.000 0.000
8/20/06 0:00 20-20 16243 1.615 522.400 4.228 ND ND ND ND 0.078 0.000 0.000
8/20/06 12:00 20-21 16244 1.238 519.200 3.529 ND ND ND ND 0.069 0.000 0.000
8/21/06 0:00 20-22 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/21/06 12:00 20-23 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/22/06 0:00 21-1 16598 0.770 523.200 6.010 535.200 3.691 ND ND 0.157 0.041 0.000
8/22/06 12:00 21-2 16599 0.742 523.200 5.662 535.200 3.524 ND ND 0.148 0.039 0.000
8/23/06 0:00 21-3 16600 1.395 523.200 5.748 535.200 3.551 ND ND 0.131 0.030 0.000
8/23/06 12:00 21-4 16601 0.879 519.200 4.012 535.200 2.445 ND ND 0.094 0.022 0.000
8/24/06 0:00 21-5 16602 1.066 522.400 6.987 535.200 3.773 ND ND 0.178 0.038 0.000
8/24/06 12:00 21-6 16602 1.066 522.400 6.987 535.200 3.773 ND ND 0.178 0.038 0.000
8/25/06 0:00 21-7 16603 0.877 510.400 3.317 535.200 1.510 ND ND 0.073 0.009 0.000
8/25/06 12:00 21-8 16604 0.743 516.800 2.713 535.200 1.732 ND ND 0.059 0.014 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
8/26/06 0:00 21-9 16605 1.222 522.400 5.812 535.200 3.624 ND ND 0.138 0.034 0.000
8/26/06 12:00 21-10 16606 1.013 523.200 3.690 535.200 2.620 ND ND 0.080 0.022 0.000
8/27/06 0:00 21-11 16607 0.936 520.800 4.658 535.200 2.593 ND ND 0.112 0.023 0.000
8/27/06 12:00 21-12 16608 0.877 518.400 3.171 535.200 1.899 ND ND 0.069 0.014 0.000
8/28/06 0:00 21-13 16609 0.947 519.200 2.812 535.200 1.841 ND ND 0.056 0.013 0.000
8/28/06 12:00 21-14 16610 1.058 520.800 3.391 535.200 2.274 ND ND 0.070 0.017 0.000
8/29/06 0:00 21-15 16611 0.816 521.600 2.810 535.200 1.779 ND ND 0.060 0.013 0.000
8/29/06 12:00 21-16 16612 0.681 520.000 2.407 535.200 1.471 ND ND 0.052 0.011 0.000
8/30/06 0:00 21-17 16613 0.724 523.200 2.827 535.200 1.745 ND ND 0.063 0.014 0.000
8/30/06 12:00 22-1 17465 0.458 512.800 1.380 535.200 0.788 ND ND 0.028 0.005 0.000
8/31/06 0:00 22-2 17466 0.553 524.800 2.711 535.200 2.395 ND ND 0.065 0.026 0.000
8/31/06 12:00 22-3 17467 0.320 520.000 1.083 535.200 0.735 ND ND 0.023 0.006 0.000
9/1/06 0:00 22-4 17468 0.274 521.600 1.599 535.200 0.875 ND ND 0.040 0.008 0.000
9/1/06 12:00 22-5 17469 0.338 518.400 1.093 535.200 0.678 ND ND 0.023 0.005 0.000
9/2/06 0:00 22-6 17470 0.446 512.800 1.321 535.200 0.749 ND ND 0.026 0.004 0.000
9/2/06 12:00 22-7 17471 0.345 524.000 1.399 535.200 1.110 ND ND 0.032 0.011 0.000
9/3/06 0:00 22-8 17472 0.265 522.400 1.261 535.200 0.729 ND ND 0.030 0.006 0.000
9/3/06 12:00 22-9 17473 0.284 520.000 0.999 535.200 0.636 ND ND 0.021 0.005 0.000
9/4/06 0:00 22-10 17474 0.338 522.400 1.285 535.200 0.782 ND ND 0.028 0.006 0.000
9/4/06 12:00 22-11 17475 0.231 521.600 1.142 535.200 0.658 ND ND 0.027 0.006 0.000
9/5/06 0:00 22-12 17476 0.305 523.200 1.360 535.200 1.113 ND ND 0.032 0.011 0.000
9/5/06 12:00 22-13 17477 0.228 523.200 0.700 535.200 0.428 ND ND 0.014 0.003 0.000
9/6/06 0:00 22-14 17478 0.200 521.600 0.676 535.200 0.417 ND ND 0.014 0.003 0.000
9/6/06 12:00 22-15 17479 0.221 519.200 0.650 535.200 0.423 ND ND 0.013 0.003 0.000
9/7/06 0:00 22-16 17480 0.230 523.200 36.123 535.200 0.426 ND ND 1.077 0.003 0.000
9/7/06 12:00 22-17 17481 0.218 520.800 0.595 535.200 0.398 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000
9/8/06 0:00 22-18 17482 0.203 516.000 0.661 535.200 0.361 ND ND 0.014 0.002 0.000
9/8/06 12:00 22-19 17483 0.248 517.600 0.650 535.200 0.444 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
9/9/06 0:00 23-1 16998 0.833 515.200 2.774 535.200 1.569 ND ND 0.058 0.010 0.000
9/9/06 12:00 23-2 16999 1.239 518.400 2.672 535.200 1.957 ND ND 0.043 0.010 0.000
9/10/06 0:00 23-3 17000 0.730 516.000 1.989 535.200 1.176 ND ND 0.038 0.006 0.000
9/10/06 12:00 23-4 17001 0.576 514.400 2.762 535.200 1.368 ND ND 0.066 0.011 0.000
9/11/06 0:00 23-5 17002 0.516 510.400 1.818 535.200 0.848 ND ND 0.039 0.005 0.000
9/11/06 12:00 23-6 17003 0.661 520.000 2.162 535.200 1.488 ND ND 0.045 0.012 0.000
9/12/06 0:00 23-7 17004 1.142 518.400 2.309 535.200 1.843 ND ND 0.035 0.010 0.000
9/12/06 12:00 23-8 17005 0.543 511.200 1.354 536.000 0.889 ND ND 0.024 0.005 0.000
9/13/06 0:00 23-9 17006 0.964 524.800 2.927 535.200 2.810 ND ND 0.059 0.026 0.000
9/13/06 12:00 23-10 17007 0.438 511.200 1.614 535.200 0.933 ND ND 0.035 0.007 0.000
9/14/06 0:00 23-11 17008 0.496 524.800 1.587 535.200 1.452 ND ND 0.033 0.013 0.000
9/14/06 12:00 23-12 17009 0.478 519.200 1.307 535.200 0.855 ND ND 0.025 0.005 0.000
9/15/06 0:00 23-13 17010 0.527 523.200 1.441 535.200 0.966 ND ND 0.027 0.006 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 1. IS spectroflourophotometric data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
Date Time Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
9/15/06 12:00 23-14 17011 0.427 520.000 1.032 535.200 0.756 ND ND 0.018 0.005 0.000
9/16/06 0:00 23-15 17012 0.325 513.600 1.076 535.200 0.663 ND ND 0.023 0.005 0.000
9/16/06 12:00 23-16 17013 0.520 516.000 1.159 535.200 0.842 ND ND 0.019 0.005 0.000
9/17/06 0:00 23-17 17014 0.246 518.400 0.771 535.200 0.479 ND ND 0.016 0.003 0.000
9/17/06 12:00 23-18 17015 0.336 520.800 1.033 535.200 0.651 ND ND 0.021 0.004 0.000
9/18/06 0:00 23-19 17016 0.350 517.600 0.858 535.200 0.563 ND ND 0.015 0.003 0.000
9/18/06 12:00 24-1 17890 0.204 516.000 0.708 535.200 0.420 ND ND 0.015 0.003 0.000
9/19/06 0:00 24-2 17891 0.363 519.200 0.795 536.000 0.588 ND ND 0.013 0.003 0.000
9/19/06 12:00 24-3 17892 0.122 519.200 0.575 535.200 0.312 ND ND 0.014 0.003 0.000
9/20/06 0:00 24-4 17893 0.102 517.600 0.484 535.200 0.278 ND ND 0.011 0.002 0.000
9/20/06 12:00 24-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/21/06 0:00 24-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/21/06 12:00 24-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/22/06 0:00 24-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/22/06 12:00 24-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/23/06 0:00 24-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/23/06 12:00 24-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/24/06 0:00 24-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/24/06 12:00 24-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/25/06 0:00 24-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/25/06 12:00 24-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/26/06 0:00 24-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/26/06 12:00 24-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/27/06 0:00 24-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/27/06 12:00 24-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/28/06 0:00 24-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/28/06 12:00 24-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111


Appendix 2.


MBE spectrofluorophotometer data.


m3/sec cfs Estimated Mass Recovered (g)
Highest Probable Flow 1.82 64.2 1499 989 N/A
Lowest Probable Flow 0.90 31.8 742 489 N/A
Probable Average Flow 1.21 42.8 1000 660 N/A
Max 38.138 524.800 79.517 549.600 139.372 556.000 3.504 1.811 1.417 0.030
Min 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 -0.005 -0.007 0.000
Count 366 276 276 360 360 34 32 549 549 549


Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CAL) PPB (CALC)
e Te Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
Date Time
1/30/06 12:00 1-1 11086 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 0:00 1-2 11087 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 12:00 1-3 11088 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 0:00 1-4 11089 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 12:00 1-5 11090 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 0:00 1-6 11091 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 12:00 1-7 11092 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 0:00 1-8 11093 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 12:00 1-9 11094 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 0:00 1-10 11095 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 12:00 1-11 11096 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 0:00 2-1 11624 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 12:00 2-2 11625 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 0:00 2-3 11626 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 12:00 2-4 11627 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 0:00 2-5 11628 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 12:00 2-6 11629 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 0:00 2-7 11630 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 12:00 2-8 11631 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 0:00 2-9 11632 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 12:00 2-10 11633 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 0:00 2-11 11634 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 12:00 2-12 11635 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/11/06 0:00 2-13 11636 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/11/06 12:00 2-14 11637 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 0:00 3-1 12070 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 12:00 3-2 12071 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 0:00 3-3 12072 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
2/13/06 12:00 3-4 12073 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/14/06 0:00 3-5 12074 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/14/06 12:00 3-6 12075 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/15/06 0:00 3-7 12076 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/15/06 12:00 3-8 12077 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/16/06 0:00 3-9 12078 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/16/06 12:00 3-10 12079 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/17/06 0:00 3-11 12080 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/17/06 12:00 3-12 12081 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/18/06 0:00 3-13 12082 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/18/06 12:00 3-14 12083 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 0:00 4-1 12320 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 12:00 4-2 12321 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/20/06 0:00 4-3 12322 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/20/06 12:00 4-4 12323 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 0:00 4-5 12324 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 12:00 4-6 12325 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/22/06 0:00 4-7 12326 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/22/06 12:00 4-8 12327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/23/06 0:00 4-9 12328 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/23/06 12:00 4-10 12329 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/24/06 0:00 4-11 12330 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/24/06 12:00 4-12 12331 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/25/06 0:00 4-13 12332 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/25/06 12:00 5-1 12203 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/26/06 0:00 5-2 12204 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/26/06 12:00 5-3 12205 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/27/06 0:00 5-4 12206 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/27/06 12:00 5-5 12207 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/28/06 0:00 5-6 12208 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/28/06 12:00 5-7 12209 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/1/06 0:00 5-8 12210 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/1/06 12:00 5-9 12211 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/2/06 0:00 5-10 12212 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/2/06 12:00 5-11 12213 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/3/06 0:00 5-12 12214 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/3/06 12:00 5-13 12215 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/4/06 0:00 5-14 12216 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/4/06 12:00 5-15 12217 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/5/06 0:00 6-1 12560 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/5/06 12:00 6-2 12561 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
3/6/06 0:00 6-3 12562 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/6/06 12:00 6-4 12563 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/7/06 0:00 6-5 12564 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/7/06 12:00 6-6 12565 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/8/06 0:00 6-7 12566 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/8/06 12:00 6-8 12567 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/9/06 0:00 6-9 12568 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/9/06 12:00 6-10 12569 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/10/06 0:00 6-11 12570 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/10/06 12:00 6-12 12571 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/11/06 0:00 6-13 12572 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/11/06 12:00 6-14 12573 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/12/06 0:00 7-1 12674 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/12/06 12:00 7-2 12675 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/13/06 0:00 7-3 12676 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/13/06 12:00 7-4 12677 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/14/06 0:00 7-5 12678 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/14/06 12:00 7-6 12679 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/15/06 0:00 7-7 12680 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/15/06 12:00 7-8 12681 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/16/06 0:00 7-9 12682 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/16/06 12:00 7-10 12683 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/17/06 0:00 7-11 12684 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/17/06 12:00 7-12 12685 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/18/06 0:00 7-13 12686 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/18/06 12:00 7-14 12687 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/19/06 0:00 7-15 12688 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/19/06 12:00 7-16 12689 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/20/06 0:00 8-1 12879 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/20/06 12:00 8-2 12880 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/21/06 0:00 8-3 12881 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/21/06 12:00 8-4 12882 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/22/06 0:00 8-5 12883 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/22/06 12:00 8-6 12884 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/23/06 0:00 8-7 12885 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/23/06 12:00 8-8 12886 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/24/06 0:00 8-9 12887 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/24/06 0:00 8-9 12888 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/24/06 12:00 8-10 12889 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/25/06 0:00 8-11 12890 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/25/06 12:00 8-12 12891 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
3/26/06 0:00 9-1 12830 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/26/06 12:00 9-2 12831 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/27/06 0:00 9-3 12832 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/27/06 12:00 9-4 12833 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/28/06 0:00 9-5 12834 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/28/06 12:00 9-6 12835 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/29/06 0:00 9-7 12836 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/29/06 12:00 9-8 12837 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/30/06 0:00 9-9 12838 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/30/06 12:00 9-10 12839 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/31/06 0:00 9-11 12840 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/31/06 12:00 9-12 12841 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/1/06 0:00 9-13 12842 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/1/06 12:00 9-14 12843 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/2/06 0:00 9-15 12844 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/2/06 12:00 9-16 12845 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/3/06 0:00 9-17 12846 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/3/06 12:00 9-18 12847 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/4/06 0:00 9-19 12848 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/4/06 12:00 9-20 12849 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/5/06 0:00 10-1 13663 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/5/06 12:00 10-2 13664 1.342 510.400 7.396 ND ND ND ND 0.182 0.000 0.000
4/6/06 0:00 10-3 13665 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/6/06 12:00 10-4 13666 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/7/06 0:00 10-5 13667 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/7/06 12:00 10-6 13668 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/8/06 0:00 10-7 13669 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/8/06 12:00 10-8 13670 1.045 ND ND 535.200 5.389 ND ND 0.000 0.061 0.000
4/9/06 0:00 10-9 13671 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/9/06 12:00 10-10 13672 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/10/06 0:00 10-11 13673 1.339 ND ND 536.000 5.837 ND ND 0.000 0.063 0.000
4/10/06 12:00 10-12 13674 1.203 ND ND 535.200 4.492 ND ND 0.000 0.046 0.000
4/11/06 0:00 10-13 13675 1.344 ND ND ND ND 556.000 3.504 0.000 0.000 0.030
4/11/06 12:00 10-14 13676 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/12/06 0:00 11-1 13480 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/12/06 12:00 11-2 13481 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/13/06 0:00 11-3 13482 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/13/06 12:00 11-4 13483 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/14/06 0:00 11-5 13484 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/14/06 12:00 11-6 13485 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/15/06 0:00 11-7 13486 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
4/15/06 12:00 11-8 13487 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/16/06 0:00 11-9 13488 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/16/06 12:00 11-10 13489 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/17/06 0:00 11-11 13490 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/17/06 12:00 11-12 13491 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/18/06 0:00 11-13 13492 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/18/06 12:00 11-14 13493 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/19/06 0:00 12-1 13326 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/19/06 12:00 12-2 13327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/20/06 0:00 12-3 13328 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/20/06 12:00 12-4 13329 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/21/06 0:00 12-5 13330 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/21/06 12:00 12-6 13331 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/22/06 0:00 12-7 13332 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/22/06 12:00 12-8 13333 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/23/06 0:00 12-9 13334 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/23/06 12:00 12-10 13335 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/24/06 0:00 12-11 13336 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/24/06 12:00 12-12 13337 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/25/06 0:00 12-13 13338 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/25/06 12:00 12-14 13339 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/26/06 0:00 13-1 13746 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/26/06 12:00 13-2 13747 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/27/06 0:00 13-3 13748 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/27/06 12:00 13-4 13749 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/28/06 0:00 13-5 13750 0.970 513.600 8.023 ND ND ND ND 0.212 0.000 0.000
4/28/06 12:00 13-6 13751 1.359 510.400 9.013 538.400 6.526 ND ND 0.230 0.072 0.000
4/29/06 0:00 13-7 13752 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/29/06 12:00 13-8 13753 1.055 512.000 7.339 535.200 5.121 0.000 ND 0.189 0.057 0.000
4/30/06 0:00 13-9 13754 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/30/06 12:00 13-10 13755 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/1/06 0:00 13-11 13756 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/1/06 12:00 13-12 13757 1.332 ND ND 535.200 8.360 0.000 ND 0.000 0.098 0.000
5/2/06 0:00 13-13 13758 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/2/06 12:00 13-14 13759 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/3/06 0:00 14-1 13991 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/3/06 12:00 14-2 13992 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/4/06 0:00 14-3 13993 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/4/06 12:00 14-4 13994 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/5/06 0:00 14-5 no sample ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/5/06 12:00 14-6 13995 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
1/1/04 0:00 14-grab 13996 1.314 ND ND 536.000 9.673 ND ND 0.000 0.117 0.000
5/6/06 0:00 14-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/6/06 12:00 14-8 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/7/06 0:00 14-9 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/7/06 12:00 14-10 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/8/06 0:00 14-11 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/8/06 12:00 14-12 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/9/06 0:00 14-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/9/06 12:00 14-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/10/06 0:00 15-1 14196 1.735 514.400 10.855 536.000 9.214 ND ND 0.274 0.105 0.000
5/10/06 12:00 15-2 14197 1.404 510.400 14.105 535.200 11.614 ND ND 0.381 0.143 0.000
5/11/06 0:00 15-3 14198 1.402 510.400 9.840 535.200 9.059 ND ND 0.253 0.107 0.000
5/11/06 12:00 15-4 14199 1.405 510.400 17.054 536.000 12.776 ND ND 0.469 0.159 0.000
5/12/06 0:00 15-5 14200 1.282 510.400 15.371 535.200 12.754 ND ND 0.423 0.161 0.000
5/12/06 12:00 15-6 14201 1.123 510.400 11.834 540.000 9.681 ND ND 0.321 0.120 0.000
5/13/06 0:00 15-7 14202 1.387 511.200 13.438 540.800 11.596 ND ND 0.362 0.143 0.000
5/13/06 12:00 15-8 14203 1.148 510.400 8.859 541.600 7.980 ND ND 0.231 0.096 0.000
5/14/06 0:00 15-9 14204 1.418 510.400 9.952 540.000 8.590 ND ND 0.256 0.100 0.000
5/14/06 12:00 15-10 14205 1.328 510.400 10.391 535.200 9.104 ND ND 0.272 0.109 0.000
5/15/06 0:00 15-11 14206 1.243 511.200 9.155 536.000 7.984 ND ND 0.237 0.094 0.000
5/15/06 12:00 15-12 14207 1.283 511.200 8.392 536.000 6.683 ND ND 0.213 0.076 0.000
5/16/06 0:00 15-13 14208 1.417 510.400 8.431 542.400 7.854 ND ND 0.210 0.090 0.000
5/16/06 12:00 15-14 14209 1.144 510.400 9.917 535.200 8.225 ND ND 0.263 0.099 0.000
5/17/06 0:00 15-15 14210 1.201 510.400 9.301 536.800 7.052 ND ND 0.243 0.082 0.000
5/17/06 12:00 15-16 14211 1.479 510.400 14.533 535.200 11.439 ND ND 0.392 0.139 0.000
5/18/06 0:00 15-17 14212 1.123 510.400 7.695 537.600 6.483 ND ND 0.197 0.075 0.000
5/18/06 12:00 15-18 14213 1.537 511.200 9.847 535.200 7.684 ND ND 0.249 0.086 0.000
5/19/06 0:00 16-1 14068 1.853 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/19/06 12:00 16-2 14069 1.426 510.400 8.089 535.200 6.723 ND ND 0.200 0.074 0.000
5/20/06 0:00 16-3 14070 1.372 ND ND 537.600 5.957 ND ND 0.000 0.064 0.000
5/20/06 12:00 16-4 14071 1.262 ND ND 536.000 7.258 ND ND 0.000 0.084 0.000
5/21/06 0:00 16-5 14072 1.528 510.400 9.144 536.000 7.309 ND ND 0.228 0.081 0.000
5/21/06 12:00 16-6 14073 1.207 ND ND 536.000 5.860 ND ND 0.000 0.065 0.000
5/22/06 0:00 16-7 14074 1.558 512.800 8.315 538.400 6.804 ND ND 0.203 0.073 0.000
5/22/06 12:00 16-8 14075 1.397 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/23/06 0:00 16-9 14076 3.436 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/23/06 12:00 16-10 14077 1.429 510.400 8.065 538.400 6.018 ND ND 0.199 0.064 0.000
5/24/06 0:00 16-11 14078 1.418 ND ND 539.200 7.507 ND ND 0.000 0.085 0.000
5/24/06 12:00 16-12 14079 1.511 ND ND 535.200 6.217 ND ND 0.000 0.066 0.000
5/25/06 0:00 16-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/25/06 12:00 16-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A







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Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.


t Ti Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
Date Time
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens AY73 PPB PPB AR92 PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC) (CALC) (CALC)
5/26/06 0:00 16-15 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/26/06 12:00 16-16 14080 1.452 ND ND 535.200 5.926 ND ND 0.000 0.063 0.000
5/27/06 0:00 17-1 17503 0.258 519.200 1.007 535.200 0.729 ND ND 0.022 0.007 0.000
5/27/06 12:00 17-2 17504 0.240 524.800 1.017 535.200 0.788 ND ND 0.023 0.008 0.000
5/28/06 0:00 17-3 17505 0.205 518.400 0.675 535.200 0.575 ND ND 0.014 0.005 0.000
5/28/06 12:00 17-4 17506 0.183 524.800 0.702 535.200 0.632 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000
5/29/06 0:00 17-5 17507 0.305 514.400 0.901 536.000 0.656 ND ND 0.018 0.005 0.000
5/29/06 12:00 17-6 17508 0.385 524.800 0.987 535.200 0.836 ND ND 0.018 0.006 0.000
5/30/06 0:00 17-7 17509 0.224 510.400 0.969 535.200 0.592 ND ND 0.022 0.005 0.000
5/30/06 12:00 17-8 17510 0.219 523.200 0.721 535.200 0.650 ND ND 0.015 0.006 0.000
5/31/06 0:00 17-9 17511 0.196 519.200 0.661 535.200 0.482 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000
5/31/06 12:00 17-10 17512 0.264 518.400 0.685 536.000 0.559 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
6/1/06 0:00 17-11 17513 0.275 524.800 0.660 536.000 0.562 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
6/1/06 12:00 17-12 17514 0.255 511.200 0.993 535.200 0.675 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000
6/2/06 0:00 17-13 17515 0.369 510.400 1.028 536.000 0.785 ND ND 0.020 0.006 0.000
6/2/06 12:00 17-14 17516 0.210 521.600 0.850 535.200 0.665 ND ND 0.019 0.006 0.000
6/3/06 0:00 17-15 17517 0.444 516.800 1.290 535.200 1.060 ND ND 0.025 0.009 0.000
6/3/06 12:00 17-16 17518 0.228 519.200 0.727 535.200 0.577 ND ND 0.015 0.005 0.000
6/4/06 0:00 18-1 14654 2.049 510.400 11.653 539.200 10.007 ND ND 0.288 0.111 0.000
6/4/06 12:00 18-2 14655 1.770 510.400 9.471 535.200 9.184 ND ND 0.231 0.104 0.000
6/5/06 0:00 18-3 14656 1.772 510.400 10.069 537.600 8.781 ND ND 0.249 0.098 0.000
6/5/06 12:00 18-4 14657 1.694 510.400 8.078 536.000 7.499 ND ND 0.192 0.081 0.000
6/6/06 0:00 18-5 14658 1.621 511.200 7.915 537.600 6.794 ND ND 0.189 0.072 0.000
6/6/06 12:00 18-6 14659 1.848 510.400 8.718 536.000 6.976 ND ND 0.206 0.072 0.000
6/7/06 0:00 18-7 14660 1.850 510.400 10.251 536.000 8.490 ND ND 0.252 0.093 0.000
6/7/06 12:00 18-8 14661 1.469 511.200 8.945 536.000 7.801 ND ND 0.224 0.089 0.000
6/8/06 0:00 18-9 14662 1.607 510.400 9.453 535.200 7.570 ND ND 0.235 0.083 0.000
6/8/06 12:00 18-10 14663 1.701 510.400 9.728 537.600 9.109 ND ND 0.241 0.104 0.000
6/9/06 0:00 18-11 14664 1.938 510.400 11.402 536.800 9.503 ND ND 0.284 0.106 0.000
6/9/06 12:00 19-1 14724 1.029 510.400 6.217 537.600 6.112 ND ND 0.156 0.071 0.000
6/10/06 0:00 19-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/10/06 12:00 19-3 14726 1.342 ND ND 541.600 7.154 ND ND 0.000 0.081 0.000
6/11/06 0:00 19-4 14727 1.340 ND ND 535.200 6.987 ND ND 0.000 0.079 0.000
6/11/06 12:00 19-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/12/06 0:00 19-6 14729 1.605 ND ND 535.200 8.035 ND ND 0.000 0.090 0.000
6/12/06 12:00 19-7 14730 1.228 ND ND 540.800 7.677 ND ND 0.000 0.090 0.000
6/13/06 0:00 19-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/13/06 12:00 19-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 0:00 19-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 12:00 19-11 14734 1.432 ND ND 535.200 10.705 ND ND 0.000 0.130 0.000
6/15/06 0:00 19-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
6/15/06 12:00 19-13 14736 3.065 ND ND 541.600 7.862 ND ND 0.000 0.067 0.000
6/16/06 0:00 19-14 14737 1.174 ND ND 535.200 7.748 ND ND 0.000 0.092 0.000
6/16/06 12:00 19-15 14738 1.456 ND ND 539.200 8.470 ND ND 0.000 0.098 0.000
6/17/06 0:00 19-16 14739 1.249 ND ND 536.800 7.365 ND ND 0.000 0.086 0.000
6/17/06 12:00 19-17 14740 0.956 ND ND 535.200 8.153 ND ND 0.000 0.101 0.000
6/18/06 0:00 19-18 14741 1.440 ND ND 538.400 6.858 ND ND 0.000 0.076 0.000
6/18/06 12:00 19-19 14742 1.508 ND ND 536.800 8.046 ND ND 0.000 0.092 0.000
6/19/06 0:00 19-20 14743 1.435 ND ND 543.200 6.782 ND ND 0.000 0.075 0.000
6/19/06 12:00 19-21 14744 1.259 ND ND 536.000 8.105 ND ND 0.000 0.096 0.000
6/20/06 0:00 19-22 14745 1.233 ND ND 538.400 7.243 ND ND 0.000 0.084 0.000
6/20/06 12:00 20-1 17371 0.048 510.400 0.360 538.400 0.221 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
6/21/06 0:00 20-2 17372 0.052 ND ND 535.200 0.274 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/21/06 12:00 20-3 17373 0.103 ND ND 535.200 0.372 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
6/22/06 0:00 20-4 17374 0.073 524.000 0.492 535.200 0.348 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
6/22/06 12:00 20-5 17375 0.058 521.600 0.274 535.200 0.229 ND ND 0.006 0.002 0.000
6/23/06 0:00 20-6 17376 0.071 520.800 0.366 535.200 0.296 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000
6/23/06 12:00 20-7 17377 0.053 ND ND 535.200 0.246 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/24/06 0:00 20-8 17378 0.067 ND ND 535.200 0.249 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/24/06 12:00 20-9 17380 0.047 ND ND 535.200 0.270 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/25/06 0:00 20-10 17381 0.071 ND ND 536.000 0.234 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/25/06 12:00 20-11 17382 0.071 ND ND 539.200 0.254 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/26/06 0:00 20-12 17383 0.078 ND ND 535.200 0.312 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/26/06 12:00 20-13 17384 0.062 ND ND 535.200 0.217 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/27/06 0:00 20-14 17385 0.039 ND ND 535.200 0.217 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/27/06 12:00 20-15 17386 0.139 ND ND 535.200 0.390 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
6/28/06 0:00 20-16 17387 0.058 ND ND 535.200 0.215 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/28/06 12:00 20-17 17388 0.054 ND ND 535.200 0.228 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/29/06 0:00 20-18 17389 0.036 ND ND 540.800 0.179 ND ND 0.000 0.002 0.000
6/29/06 12:00 20-19 17390 0.064 ND ND 535.200 0.251 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
6/30/06 0:00 20-20 17272 0.533 524.800 1.707 535.200 1.439 ND ND 0.035 0.013 0.000
6/30/06 12:00 21-1 17273 0.614 510.400 1.526 535.200 1.042 ND ND 0.027 0.006 0.000
7/1/06 0:00 21-2 17274 1.200 518.400 3.542 535.200 0.752 ND ND 0.070 -0.006 0.000
7/1/06 12:00 21-3 17275 1.215 510.400 2.936 535.200 0.747 ND ND 0.052 -0.007 0.000
7/2/06 0:00 21-4 17276 0.612 523.200 2.002 535.200 0.767 ND ND 0.042 0.002 0.000
7/2/06 12:00 21-5 17277 0.419 524.800 1.924 535.200 0.776 ND ND 0.045 0.005 0.000
7/3/06 0:00 21-6 17278 0.481 510.400 1.546 535.200 0.585 ND ND 0.032 0.001 0.000
7/3/06 12:00 21-7 17279 0.397 524.800 2.026 535.200 0.533 ND ND 0.049 0.002 0.000
7/4/06 0:00 21-8 17280 0.317 524.000 0.949 536.000 0.772 ND ND 0.019 0.006 0.000
7/4/06 12:00 21-9 17281 0.177 510.400 0.970 535.200 0.728 ND ND 0.024 0.008 0.000
7/5/06 0:00 21-10 17282 0.192 510.400 0.937 535.200 0.764 ND ND 0.022 0.008 0.000
7/5/06 12:00 21-11 17283 0.310 510.400 0.783 535.200 0.760 ND ND 0.014 0.006 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
7/6/06 0:00 21-12 17284 0.986 518.400 4.741 535.200 3.436 ND ND 0.113 0.034 0.000
7/6/06 12:00 21-13 17285 0.543 511.200 1.338 536.800 1.132 ND ND 0.024 0.008 0.000
7/7/06 0:00 21-14 17286 0.321 524.800 0.879 535.200 0.829 ND ND 0.017 0.007 0.000
7/7/06 12:00 21-15 17287 0.254 523.200 0.820 536.000 0.685 ND ND 0.017 0.006 0.000
7/8/06 0:00 21-16 17288 0.234 524.000 0.706 535.200 0.641 ND ND 0.014 0.006 0.000
7/8/06 12:00 21-17 17289 0.497 524.800 1.662 535.200 1.538 ND ND 0.035 0.015 0.000
7/9/06 0:00 21-18 17290 0.244 518.400 0.634 535.200 0.603 ND ND 0.012 0.005 0.000
7/9/06 12:00 21-19 17291 0.250 516.000 0.862 537.600 0.742 ND ND 0.018 0.007 0.000
7/10/06 0:00 21-20 17292 0.140 520.800 0.684 535.200 0.599 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000
7/10/06 12:00 21-21 17293 0.270 520.800 0.794 536.000 0.675 ND ND 0.016 0.006 0.000
7/11/06 0:00 21-22 17294 0.765 524.800 2.820 535.200 2.506 ND ND 0.062 0.024 0.000
7/11/06 12:00 21-23 17705 0.104 511.200 0.427 535.200 0.296 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
7/12/06 0:00 22-1 17706 0.082 516.800 0.323 535.200 0.233 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/12/06 12:00 22-2 17707 0.106 520.000 0.541 535.200 0.385 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
7/13/06 0:00 22-3 17708 0.054 518.400 0.297 535.200 0.201 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/13/06 12:00 22-4 17709 0.095 520.800 0.333 536.000 0.269 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/14/06 0:00 22-5 17710 0.085 510.400 0.327 535.200 0.224 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/14/06 12:00 22-6 17711 0.072 524.000 0.264 535.200 0.236 ND ND 0.006 0.002 0.000
7/15/06 0:00 22-7 17712 0.077 524.000 0.343 535.200 0.284 ND ND 0.008 0.003 0.000
7/15/06 12:00 22-8 17713 0.091 524.000 0.427 535.200 0.316 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
7/16/06 0:00 22-9 17714 0.087 510.400 0.356 536.000 0.237 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
7/16/06 12:00 22-10 17715 0.064 518.400 0.270 535.200 0.229 ND ND 0.006 0.002 0.000
7/17/06 0:00 22-11 17716 0.086 520.800 0.444 535.200 0.380 ND ND 0.011 0.004 0.000
7/17/06 12:00 22-12 17717 0.108 516.000 0.331 535.200 0.272 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/18/06 0:00 22-13 17718 0.131 518.400 0.351 536.800 0.301 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
7/18/06 12:00 22-14 15193 5.505 510.400 11.637 535.200 10.162 ND ND 0.184 0.065 0.000
7/19/06 0:00 23-1 15194 4.128 510.400 7.903 549.600 7.109 ND ND 0.113 0.042 0.000
7/19/06 12:00 23-2 15195 6.324 512.800 9.819 549.600 9.394 ND ND 0.105 0.043 0.000
7/20/06 0:00 23-3 15196 5.038 512.800 8.066 535.200 7.839 ND ND 0.091 0.039 0.000
7/20/06 12:00 23-4 15197 4.006 510.400 6.002 549.600 6.462 ND ND 0.060 0.034 0.000
7/21/06 0:00 23-5 15198 4.235 516.800 6.614 535.200 6.491 ND ND 0.071 0.032 0.000
7/21/06 12:00 23-6 15199 3.281 510.400 5.106 549.600 5.120 ND ND 0.055 0.026 0.000
7/22/06 0:00 23-7 15200 4.796 524.800 8.278 535.200 8.335 ND ND 0.104 0.050 0.000
7/22/06 12:00 23-8 15201 19.137 512.800 79.517 535.200 69.478 ND ND 1.811 0.705 0.000
7/23/06 0:00 23-9 15202 3.631 510.400 5.633 549.600 5.319 ND ND 0.060 0.024 0.000
7/23/06 12:00 23-10 15203 3.599 510.400 4.694 549.600 5.116 ND ND 0.033 0.021 0.000
7/24/06 0:00 23-11 15204 8.814 511.200 15.829 535.200 13.939 ND ND 0.210 0.072 0.000
7/24/06 12:00 23-12 15205 5.450 511.200 6.772 549.600 7.417 ND ND 0.040 0.028 0.000
7/25/06 0:00 23-13 15205 5.450 511.200 6.772 549.600 7.417 ND ND 0.040 0.028 0.000
7/25/06 12:00 23-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/26/06 0:00 24-1 15137 3.713 510.400 5.533 549.600 5.699 ND ND 0.055 0.028 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
7/26/06 12:00 24-2 15138 2.975 510.400 4.526 549.600 4.766 ND ND 0.047 0.025 0.000
7/27/06 0:00 24-3 15139 3.091 510.400 4.312 549.600 5.000 ND ND 0.037 0.027 0.000
7/27/06 12:00 24-4 15140 2.505 510.400 3.842 549.600 4.027 ND ND 0.040 0.021 0.000
7/28/06 0:00 24-5 15141 2.867 510.400 4.359 549.600 4.444 ND ND 0.045 0.022 0.000
7/28/06 12:00 24-6 15142 5.770 512.800 8.550 549.600 11.940 ND ND 0.083 0.086 0.000
7/29/06 0:00 24-7 15143 2.644 512.800 4.765 535.200 4.690 ND ND 0.064 0.029 0.000
7/29/06 12:00 24-8 15144 5.477 513.600 5.766 549.600 9.557 ND ND 0.009 0.057 0.000
7/30/06 0:00 24-9 15145 2.733 510.400 4.205 549.600 4.448 ND ND 0.044 0.024 0.000
7/30/06 12:00 24-10 15145 2.733 510.400 4.205 549.600 4.448 ND ND 0.044 0.024 0.000
7/31/06 0:00 24-11 15146 3.142 512.800 4.648 549.600 5.221 ND ND 0.045 0.029 0.000
7/31/06 12:00 24-12 15147 3.880 510.400 6.817 549.600 6.352 ND ND 0.088 0.035 0.000
8/1/06 0:00 24-13 15148 4.177 510.400 6.295 549.600 6.008 ND ND 0.064 0.026 0.000
8/1/06 12:00 24-14 15149 2.566 510.400 4.266 549.600 4.420 ND ND 0.051 0.026 0.000
8/2/06 0:00 25-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/2/06 12:00 25-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/3/06 0:00 25-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/3/06 12:00 25-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/4/06 0:00 25-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/4/06 12:00 25-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/5/06 0:00 25-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/5/06 12:00 25-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/6/06 0:00 25-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/6/06 12:00 25-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/7/06 0:00 25-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/7/06 12:00 25-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/8/06 0:00 25-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/8/06 12:00 25-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/9/06 0:00 25-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/9/06 12:00 25-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/10/06 0:00 25-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/10/06 12:00 26-1 16269 0.300 ND ND 535.200 0.632 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/11/06 0:00 26-2 16270 0.303 ND ND 535.200 0.976 ND ND 0.000 0.009 0.000
8/11/06 12:00 26-3 16271 0.324 ND ND 535.200 0.743 ND ND 0.000 0.006 0.000
8/12/06 0:00 26-4 16272 0.253 ND ND 535.200 0.603 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/12/06 12:00 26-5 16273 0.246 ND ND 536.000 0.537 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
8/13/06 0:00 26-6 16274 0.495 ND ND 535.200 2.215 ND ND 0.000 0.024 0.000
8/13/06 12:00 26-7 16275 0.396 ND ND 535.200 1.439 ND ND 0.000 0.015 0.000
8/14/06 0:00 26-8 16276 0.422 ND ND 535.200 1.042 ND ND 0.000 0.009 0.000
8/14/06 12:00 26-9 16277 0.297 ND ND 535.200 0.752 ND ND 0.000 0.006 0.000
8/15/06 0:00 26-10 16278 0.324 ND ND 535.200 0.747 ND ND 0.000 0.006 0.000
8/15/06 12:00 26-11 16279 0.385 ND ND 535.200 0.767 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
8/16/06 0:00 26-12 16280 0.360 ND ND 535.200 0.776 ND ND 0.000 0.006 0.000
8/16/06 12:00 26-13 16281 0.260 ND ND 535.200 0.585 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/17/06 0:00 26-14 16282 0.210 ND ND 535.200 0.533 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/17/06 12:00 26-15 16283 0.233 ND ND 535.200 0.614 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/18/06 0:00 26-16 16284 0.243 ND ND 535.200 0.566 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/18/06 12:00 26-17 16285 0.222 ND ND 535.200 0.512 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
8/19/06 0:00 26-18 16286 0.205 ND ND 535.200 0.717 ND ND 0.000 0.007 0.000
8/19/06 12:00 26-19 16287 0.208 ND ND 535.200 0.573 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/20/06 0:00 26-20 16288 0.275 ND ND 535.200 0.587 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
8/20/06 12:00 26-21 16289 0.243 ND ND 535.200 0.626 ND ND 0.000 0.005 0.000
8/21/06 0:00 26-22 16290 0.182 ND ND 535.200 0.449 ND ND 0.000 0.004 0.000
8/21/06 12:00 26-23 16291 38.138 ND ND 548.800 139.372 ND ND 0.000 1.417 0.000
8/22/06 0:00 27-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/22/06 12:00 27-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/23/06 0:00 27-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/23/06 12:00 27-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/24/06 0:00 27-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/24/06 12:00 27-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/25/06 0:00 27-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/25/06 12:00 27-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/26/06 0:00 27-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/26/06 12:00 27-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/27/06 0:00 27-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/27/06 12:00 27-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/28/06 0:00 27-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/28/06 12:00 27-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/29/06 0:00 27-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/29/06 12:00 27-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/30/06 0:00 27-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/30/06 12:00 28-1 17154 0.142 510.400 0.369 536.000 0.271 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
8/31/06 0:00 28-2 17155 0.221 524.800 2.215 535.200 1.700 ND ND 0.060 0.021 0.000
8/31/06 12:00 28-3 17156 0.104 512.000 0.540 535.200 0.366 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
9/1/06 0:00 28-4 17157 0.354 519.200 0.966 535.200 0.817 ND ND 0.018 0.006 0.000
9/1/06 12:00 28-5 17158 0.121 523.200 0.496 535.200 0.373 ND ND 0.011 0.004 0.000
9/2/06 0:00 28-6 17159 0.144 522.400 0.600 535.200 0.525 ND ND 0.014 0.005 0.000
9/2/06 12:00 28-7 17160 0.129 518.400 0.493 535.200 0.424 ND ND 0.011 0.004 0.000
9/3/06 0:00 28-8 17161 0.141 524.800 0.812 535.200 0.671 ND ND 0.020 0.007 0.000
9/3/06 12:00 28-9 17162 0.099 524.800 0.841 535.200 0.645 ND ND 0.022 0.008 0.000
9/4/06 0:00 28-10 17163 0.171 515.200 0.571 535.200 0.432 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
9/4/06 12:00 28-11 17164 0.099 520.000 0.379 535.200 0.278 ND ND 0.008 0.003 0.000
9/5/06 0:00 28-12 17171 0.085 516.800 0.306 535.200 0.219 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
9/5/06 12:00 28-13 17165 0.413 510.400 1.646 535.200 1.138 ND ND 0.037 0.010 0.000
9/6/06 0:00 28-14 17166 0.190 524.000 0.645 535.200 0.553 ND ND 0.014 0.005 0.000
9/6/06 12:00 28-15 17167 0.148 524.800 0.693 535.200 0.625 ND ND 0.016 0.007 0.000
9/7/06 0:00 28-16 17168 0.058 520.000 0.208 535.200 0.190 ND ND 0.005 0.002 0.000
9/7/06 12:00 28-17 17169 0.136 524.800 1.017 535.200 0.845 ND ND 0.026 0.010 0.000
9/8/06 0:00 28-18 17170 0.257 518.400 0.696 536.000 0.575 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
9/8/06 12:00 29-1 17072 0.228 524.800 0.655 535.200 0.590 ND ND 0.013 0.005 0.000
9/9/06 0:00 29-2 17073 0.267 510.400 1.867 535.200 1.354 ND ND 0.048 0.015 0.000
9/9/06 12:00 29-3 17074 0.288 510.400 1.698 535.200 1.226 ND ND 0.042 0.013 0.000
9/10/06 0:00 29-4 17075 0.395 524.800 1.616 535.200 1.405 ND ND 0.037 0.014 0.000
9/10/06 12:00 29-5 17076 0.295 522.400 0.708 535.200 0.589 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
9/11/06 0:00 29-6 17077 0.257 510.400 0.806 535.200 0.526 ND ND 0.016 0.004 0.000
9/11/06 12:00 29-7 17078 0.234 510.400 1.025 535.200 0.792 ND ND 0.024 0.008 0.000
9/12/06 0:00 29-8 17079 0.189 520.800 0.584 535.200 0.449 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
9/12/06 12:00 29-9 17080 0.237 524.800 3.246 535.200 2.555 ND ND 0.090 0.032 0.000
9/13/06 0:00 29-10 17081 0.222 518.400 0.544 535.200 0.409 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
9/13/06 12:00 29-11 17082 0.312 524.800 2.605 535.200 2.165 ND ND 0.069 0.026 0.000
9/14/06 0:00 29-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/14/06 12:00 29-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/15/06 0:00 29-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/15/06 12:00 29-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/16/06 0:00 29-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/16/06 12:00 29-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/17/06 0:00 29-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/17/06 12:00 29-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/18/06 0:00 29-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/18/06 12:00 30-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/19/06 0:00 30-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/19/06 12:00 30-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/20/06 0:00 30-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/20/06 12:00 30-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/21/06 0:00 30-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/21/06 12:00 30-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/22/06 0:00 30-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/22/06 12:00 30-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/23/06 0:00 30-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/23/06 12:00 30-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/24/06 0:00 30-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/24/06 12:00 30-13 16687 0.133 ND ND 535.200 0.319 ND ND 0.000 0.003 0.000
9/25/06 0:00 30-14 16688 0.443 ND ND 535.200 1.530 ND ND 0.000 0.015 0.000
9/25/06 12:00 30-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
9/26/06 0:00 30-16 16688 0.443 ND ND 535.200 1.530 ND ND 0.000 0.015 0.000
9/26/06 12:00 30-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/27/06 0:00 30-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/27/06 12:00 30-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/28/06 0:00 30-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/28/06 12:00 31-1 17916 0.104 524.000 0.349 535.200 0.315 ND ND 0.007 0.003 0.000
9/29/06 0:00 31-2 17917 0.110 520.000 0.367 535.200 0.273 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
9/29/06 12:00 31-3 17918 0.117 512.000 0.506 535.200 0.339 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
9/30/06 0:00 31-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
9/30/06 12:00 31-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/1/06 0:00 31-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/1/06 12:00 31-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/2/06 0:00 31-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/2/06 12:00 31-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/3/06 0:00 31-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/3/06 12:00 31-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/4/06 0:00 31-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/4/06 12:00 31-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/5/06 0:00 31-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/5/06 12:00 31-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/6/06 0:00 31-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/6/06 12:00 31-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/7/06 0:00 31-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/7/06 12:00 31-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/8/06 0:00 31-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/8/06 12:00 31-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/9/06 0:00 31-22 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/9/06 12:00 31-23 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/10/06 0:00 31-24 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/11/06 0:00 32-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/11/06 12:00 32-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/12/06 0:00 32-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/12/06 12:00 32-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/13/06 0:00 32-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/13/06 12:00 32-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/14/06 0:00 32-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/14/06 12:00 32-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/15/06 0:00 32-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/15/06 12:00 32-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/16/06 0:00 32-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/16/06 12:00 32-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
10/17/06 0:00 32-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/17/06 12:00 32-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/18/06 0:00 32-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/18/06 12:00 32-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/19/06 0:00 33-1 16805 1.559 521.600 5.245 535.200 4.228 ND ND 0.111 0.037 0.000
10/19/06 12:00 33-2 16806 2.592 518.400 8.956 536.000 7.846 ND ND 0.191 0.074 0.000
10/20/06 0:00 33-3 16807 1.653 518.400 4.428 535.200 3.518 ND ND 0.083 0.026 0.000
10/20/06 12:00 33-4 16808 1.994 516.000 4.530 535.200 3.625 ND ND 0.076 0.023 0.000
10/21/06 0:00 33-5 16809 2.062 521.600 5.184 535.200 4.754 ND ND 0.094 0.038 0.000
10/21/06 12:00 33-6 16810 1.104 520.000 2.874 535.200 2.278 ND ND 0.053 0.016 0.000
10/22/06 0:00 33-7 16811 1.336 521.600 3.235 535.200 2.684 ND ND 0.057 0.019 0.000
10/22/06 12:00 33-8 16812 1.740 510.400 3.527 535.200 2.890 ND ND 0.054 0.016 0.000
10/23/06 0:00 33-9 16813 1.608 510.400 4.778 535.200 3.464 ND ND 0.095 0.026 0.000
10/23/06 12:00 33-10 16814 1.210 518.400 4.041 535.200 2.846 ND ND 0.085 0.023 0.000
10/24/06 0:00 33-11 16815 1.079 521.600 3.199 535.200 2.421 ND ND 0.064 0.019 0.000
10/24/06 12:00 33-12 16816 0.976 524.800 4.731 535.200 3.956 ND ND 0.113 0.042 0.000
10/25/06 0:00 33-13 16817 1.996 523.200 4.500 535.200 3.898 ND ND 0.075 0.027 0.000
10/25/06 12:00 33-14 16818 0.888 518.400 2.286 535.200 1.762 ND ND 0.042 0.012 0.000
10/26/06 0:00 33-15 16819 1.350 517.600 2.768 535.200 2.229 ND ND 0.043 0.012 0.000
10/26/06 12:00 33-16 16820 0.682 520.000 1.806 535.200 1.359 ND ND 0.034 0.009 0.000
10/27/06 0:00 33-17 16821 0.829 518.400 2.228 535.200 1.634 ND ND 0.042 0.011 0.000
10/27/06 12:00 33-18 16821 0.829 518.400 2.228 535.200 1.634 ND ND 0.042 0.011 0.000
10/28/06 0:00 34-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/28/06 12:00 34-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/29/06 0:00 34-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/29/06 12:00 34-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/30/06 0:00 34-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/30/06 12:00 34-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/31/06 0:00 34-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
10/31/06 12:00 34-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/1/06 0:00 34-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/1/06 12:00 34-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/2/06 0:00 34-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/2/06 12:00 34-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/3/06 0:00 34-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/3/06 12:00 34-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/4/06 0:00 34-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/4/06 12:00 34-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/5/06 0:00 34-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/5/06 12:00 34-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/6/06 0:00 34-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
11/6/06 12:00 34-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/7/06 0:00 34-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/7/06 12:00 34-22 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/8/06 0:00 35-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/8/06 12:00 35-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/9/06 0:00 35-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/9/06 12:00 35-4 16756 2.754 ND ND 535.200 5.989 ND ND 0.000 0.045 0.000
11/10/06 0:00 35-5 16757 7.259 ND ND 535.200 35.444 ND ND 0.000 0.395 0.000
11/10/06 12:00 35-6 16758 1.709 ND ND 535.200 3.949 ND ND 0.000 0.031 0.000
11/11/06 0:00 35-7 16759 2.514 ND ND 535.200 8.700 ND ND 0.000 0.087 0.000
11/11/06 12:00 35-8 16760 2.237 ND ND 535.200 8.045 ND ND 0.000 0.081 0.000
11/12/06 0:00 35-9 16761 3.781 ND ND 535.200 15.968 ND ND 0.000 0.171 0.000
11/12/06 12:00 35-10 16762 2.636 ND ND 535.200 8.993 ND ND 0.000 0.089 0.000
11/13/06 0:00 35-11 16763 1.985 ND ND 535.200 6.745 ND ND 0.000 0.067 0.000
11/13/06 12:00 35-12 16764 5.624 ND ND 535.200 16.324 ND ND 0.000 0.150 0.000
11/14/06 0:00 35-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/14/06 12:00 35-14 16766 9.657 ND ND 535.200 22.599 ND ND 0.000 0.181 0.000
11/15/06 0:00 35-15 16767 2.020 ND ND 535.200 4.297 ND ND 0.000 0.032 0.000
11/15/06 12:00 35-16 16776 3.890 ND ND 535.200 10.603 ND ND 0.000 0.094 0.000
11/16/06 0:00 35-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/16/06 12:00 35-18 16769 2.409 ND ND 535.200 7.625 ND ND 0.000 0.073 0.000
11/17/06 0:00 35-19 16770 4.867 ND ND 535.200 12.585 ND ND 0.000 0.108 0.000
11/17/06 12:00 35-20 16771 5.147 ND ND 535.200 15.536 ND ND 0.000 0.145 0.000
11/18/06 0:00 35-21 16772 3.839 ND ND 535.200 11.314 ND ND 0.000 0.105 0.000
11/18/06 12:00 35-22 16773 2.695 ND ND 535.200 6.684 ND ND 0.000 0.056 0.000
11/19/06 0:00 35-23 16774 2.127 ND ND 535.200 6.168 ND ND 0.000 0.057 0.000
11/19/06 12:00 35-24 16775 2.317 ND ND 535.200 6.347 ND ND 0.000 0.056 0.000
11/21/06 13:50 36-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/22/06 12:00 36-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/23/06 12:00 36-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/24/06 12:00 36-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/25/06 12:00 36-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/26/06 12:00 36-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/27/06 12:00 36-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/28/06 12:00 36-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/29/06 12:00 36-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
11/30/06 12:00 36-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/1/06 12:00 36-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/2/06 12:00 36-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/3/06 12:00 36-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/4/06 12:00 36-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
12/5/06 12:00 36-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/6/06 12:00 36-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
12/7/06 12:00 37-1 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/8/06 12:00 37-2 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/9/06 12:00 37-3 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/10/06 12:00 37-4 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/11/06 12:00 37-5 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/12/06 12:00 37-6 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/13/06 12:00 37-7 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/14/06 12:00 37-8 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/15/06 12:00 37-9 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/16/06 12:00 37-10 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/17/06 12:00 37-11 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/18/06 12:00 37-12 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/19/06 12:00 37-13 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/20/06 12:00 37-14 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/21/06 12:00 37-15 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/22/06 12:00 37-16 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/23/06 12:00 37-17 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/24/06 12:00 37-18 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/25/06 12:00 37-19 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/26/06 12:00 37-20 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
12/27/06 12:00 38-1 17944 0.611 510.400 2.485 535.200 1.936 ND ND 0.056 0.019 0.000
12/28/06 12:00 38-2 17945 0.230 519.200 1.064 535.200 0.908 ND ND 0.025 0.009 0.000
12/29/06 12:00 38-3 17946 0.355 511.200 1.194 535.200 0.910 ND ND 0.025 0.008 0.000
12/30/06 12:00 38-4 17947 0.198 524.800 1.085 535.200 0.883 ND ND 0.027 0.010 0.000
12/31/06 12:00 38-5 17948 0.289 523.200 1.419 535.200 1.163 ND ND 0.034 0.012 0.000
1/1/07 12:00 38-6 17949 0.151 510.400 0.593 535.200 0.385 ND ND 0.013 0.003 0.000
1/2/07 12:00 38-7 17950 0.133 518.400 0.579 535.200 0.428 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
1/3/07 12:00 38-8 17951 0.099 518.400 0.456 535.200 0.303 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000
1/4/07 12:00 38-9 17952 0.125 519.200 0.511 535.200 0.377 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
1/5/07 12:00 38-10 17953 0.277 524.800 1.828 535.200 1.454 ND ND 0.047 0.016 0.000
1/6/07 12:00 38-11 17954 0.491 524.800 4.487 535.200 3.312 ND ND 0.120 0.039 0.000
1/7/07 12:00 38-12 17955 0.209 510.400 0.936 535.200 0.645 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000
1/8/07 12:00 38-13 17956 0.418 510.400 1.567 535.200 1.212 ND ND 0.034 0.011 0.000
1/9/07 12:00 38-14 17957 0.106 510.400 0.543 535.200 0.333 ND ND 0.013 0.003 0.000
1/10/07 12:00 38-15 17958 0.306 524.800 2.908 535.200 2.077 ND ND 0.078 0.025 0.000
1/11/07 12:00 38-16 17959 0.091 512.000 0.352 535.200 0.237 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
1/12/07 12:00 38-17 17960 0.208 514.400 0.684 535.200 0.512 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000
1/13/07 12:00 39-1 18029 0.211 517.600 0.923 535.200 0.689 ND ND 0.021 0.007 0.000
1/14/07 12:00 39-2 18030 0.338 510.400 1.151 535.200 0.864 ND ND 0.024 0.007 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
1/15/07 12:00 39-3 18031 0.404 516.800 1.292 535.200 1.013 ND ND 0.027 0.009 0.000
1/16/07 12:00 39-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/17/07 12:00 39-5 18033 0.257 524.000 0.890 535.200 0.646 ND ND 0.019 0.005 0.000
1/18/07 12:00 39-6 18034 0.294 510.400 0.901 535.200 0.613 ND ND 0.018 0.004 0.000
1/19/07 12:00 39-7 18035 0.229 510.400 0.855 535.200 0.584 ND ND 0.019 0.005 0.000
1/20/07 12:00 39-8 18036 0.230 511.200 0.905 535.200 0.599 ND ND 0.020 0.005 0.000
1/21/07 12:00 39-9 18037 0.313 510.400 0.763 535.200 0.619 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000
1/22/07 12:00 39-10 18038 0.276 510.400 0.974 535.200 0.684 ND ND 0.021 0.006 0.000
1/23/07 12:00 39-11 18039 0.215 510.400 0.879 535.200 0.649 ND ND 0.020 0.006 0.000
1/24/07 12:00 39-12 18040 0.269 510.400 0.822 535.200 0.620 ND ND 0.017 0.005 0.000
1/25/07 12:00 39-13 18041 0.151 516.000 0.552 535.200 0.404 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
1/26/07 12:00 39-14 18042 0.229 510.400 0.723 536.000 0.519 ND ND 0.015 0.004 0.000
1/27/07 12:00 39-15 18043 0.282 520.000 0.728 535.200 0.558 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
1/28/07 12:00 39-16 18044 0.142 516.000 0.619 535.200 0.443 ND ND 0.014 0.004 0.000
1/29/07 12:00 39-17 18045 0.208 510.400 0.737 535.200 0.521 ND ND 0.016 0.004 0.000
1/30/07 12:00 39-18 18046 0.196 518.400 0.619 535.200 0.476 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
1/31/07 12:00 40-1 17920 0.118 516.000 0.438 536.000 0.331 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
2/1/07 12:00 40-2 17921 0.236 518.400 0.478 536.000 0.377 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
2/2/07 12:00 40-3 17922 0.447 518.400 1.167 535.200 0.963 ND ND 0.022 0.007 0.000
2/3/07 12:00 40-4 17923 0.188 518.400 0.657 535.200 0.523 ND ND 0.014 0.005 0.000
2/4/07 12:00 40-5 17924 0.157 513.600 0.527 535.200 0.369 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000
2/5/07 12:00 40-6 17925 0.194 516.000 0.704 535.200 0.539 ND ND 0.015 0.005 0.000
2/6/07 12:00 40-7 17926 0.141 520.800 0.537 536.000 0.360 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
2/7/07 12:00 40-8 17927 0.421 512.000 1.152 535.200 0.881 ND ND 0.022 0.006 0.000
2/8/07 12:00 40-9 17928 0.225 517.600 0.585 535.200 0.437 ND ND 0.011 0.003 0.000
2/9/07 12:00 40-10 17929 0.242 516.000 0.838 535.200 0.644 ND ND 0.018 0.006 0.000
2/10/07 12:00 40-11 17930 0.119 517.600 0.465 536.000 0.304 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
2/11/07 12:00 40-12 17931 0.229 511.200 0.620 535.200 0.485 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
2/12/07 12:00 40-13 17931 0.229 511.200 0.620 535.200 0.485 ND ND 0.012 0.004 0.000
2/13/07 12:00 40-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
2/14/07 12:00 41-1 18146 0.115 512.000 0.445 535.200 0.333 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
2/15/07 12:00 41-2 18147 0.111 520.800 0.451 535.200 0.319 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
2/16/07 12:00 41-3 18148 0.096 518.400 0.383 535.200 0.228 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
2/17/07 12:00 41-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
2/18/07 12:00 41-5 18149 0.125 510.400 0.466 535.200 0.305 ND ND 0.010 0.003 0.000
2/19/07 12:00 41-6 18150 0.156 510.400 0.566 535.200 0.352 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
2/20/07 12:00 41-7 18151 0.157 524.800 0.663 535.200 0.527 ND ND 0.015 0.005 0.000
2/21/07 12:00 41-8 18152 0.142 519.200 0.577 535.200 0.421 ND ND 0.013 0.004 0.000
2/22/07 12:00 41-9 18153 0.132 520.800 0.442 535.200 0.330 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000
2/23/07 12:00 41-10 18154 0.153 516.800 0.448 535.200 0.312 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
2/24/07 12:00 41-11 18155 0.119 519.200 0.451 535.200 0.270 ND ND 0.010 0.002 0.000







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens ( ) PPB (C
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) ( (CALC)
Date Time
2/25/07 12:00 41-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
2/26/07 12:00 41-13 18156 0.090 520.000 0.395 535.200 0.278 ND ND 0.009 0.003 0.000
2/27/07 12:00 41-14 18157 0.098 519.200 0.422 535.200 0.265 ND ND 0.010 0.002 0.000
2/28/07 12:00 41-15 18158 0.097 520.000 0.374 535.200 0.261 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
3/1/07 12:00 41-16 18159 0.169 516.000 0.479 537.600 0.332 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
3/2/07 12:00 41-17 18160 0.139 518.400 0.434 535.200 0.306 ND ND 0.009 0.002 0.000
3/3/07 12:00 42-1 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 ).000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/4/07 12:00 42-2 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 ).000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/5/07 12:00 42-3 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 D.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/6/07 12:00 42-4 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 ).000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/7/07 12:00 42-5 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 D.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/8/07 12:00 42-6 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 .000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/9/07 12:00 42-7 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 ).000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/10/07 12:00 42-8 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 D.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/11/07 12:00 42-9 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 ).000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/12/07 12:00 42-10 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 D.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/13/07 12:00 42-11 0 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/14/07 12:00 42-12 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/15/07 12:00 42-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/16/07 12:00 42-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/17/07 12:00 42-15 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/18/07 12:00 42-16 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/19/07 12:00 42-17 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/20/07 12:00 42-18 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/21/07 12:00 42-19 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/22/07 12:00 42-20 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/23/07 12:00 42-21 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/24/07 12:00 43-1 18181 0.161 524.800 0.907 535.200 0.790 ND ND 0.022 0.009 0.000
3/25/07 12:00 43-2 18182 0.128 523.200 0.523 535.200 0.359 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
3/26/07 12:00 43-3 18183 0.117 520.800 0.356 536.000 0.240 ND ND 0.007 0.002 0.000
3/27/07 12:00 43-4 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/28/07 12:00 43-5 18184 0.128 513.600 0.408 535.200 0.289 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
3/29/07 12:00 43-6 18185 0.146 524.800 0.546 535.200 0.337 ND ND 0.012 0.003 0.000
3/30/07 12:00 43-7 18186 0.125 522.400 0.389 535.200 0.254 ND ND 0.008 0.002 0.000
3/31/07 12:00 43-8 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/1/07 12:00 43-9 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/2/07 12:00 43-10 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/3/07 12:00 43-11 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/4/07 12:00 43-12 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/5/07 12:00 43-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/6/07 12:00 43-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 2. MBE spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
Date Time
4/7/07 12:00 43-15 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/8/07 12:00 43-16 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/9/07 12:00 44-1 18187 0.117 511.200 0.000 535.200 0.000 ND ND -0.004 -0.002 0.000
4/10/07 12:00 44-2 18188 0.092 517.600 0.000 535.200 0.000 ND ND -0.003 -0.001 0.000
4/11/07 12:00 44-3 18189 0.104 521.600 0.000 535.200 0.000 ND ND -0.003 -0.001 0.000
4/12/07 12:00 44-4 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/13/07 12:00 44-5 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/14/07 12:00 44-6 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/15/07 12:00 44-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/16/07 12:00 44-8 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/17/07 12:00 44-9 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/18/07 12:00 44-10 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/19/07 12:00 44-11 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/20/07 12:00 44-12 18190 0.154 518.400 0.000 535.200 0.000 ND ND -0.005 -0.002 0.000
4/21/07 12:00 45-1 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/22/07 12:00 45-2 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/23/07 12:00 45-3 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/24/07 12:00 45-4 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/25/07 12:00 45-5 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/26/07 12:00 45-6 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/27/07 12:00 45-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A








Appendix 3.


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
2006 SESF Tracer Test: SE10 Spectrofluorophotometer Data


11.449 524.800 344.631 548.000 220.001 564.800 200.319 10.133 2.990 2.714

Min 0.098 510.400 4.728 535.200 0.638 555.200 0.304 0.000 0.000 0.000
Count 481 406 406 102 102 366 441 581 587 585


Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) PPB (CALC)
De Te Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/26/06 16:00 1-2 11328 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/26/06 18:00 1-3 11329 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/26/06 20:00 1-4 11330 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/26/06 22:00 1-5 11331 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 0:00 1-6 11332 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 2:00 1-7 11333 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 4:00 1-8 11334 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 6:00 1-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/27/06 8:00 1-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/27/06 10:00 1-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/27/06 12:00 1-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/27/06 14:00 1-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/27/06 16:00 1-14 11335 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 18:00 1-15 11336 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 20:00 1-16 11337 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/27/06 22:00 1-17 11338 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 0:00 1-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/28/06 2:00 1-19 11339 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 4:00 1-20 11340 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 6:00 1-21 11341 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 8:00 1-22 11342 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 10:00 1-23 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
1/28/06 12:00 1-24 11343 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 16:00 2-1 11260 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/28/06 20:00 2-2 11261 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 0:00 2-3 11262 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 4:00 2-4 11263 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 8:00 2-5 11264 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 12:00 2-6 11265 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 16:00 2-7 11266 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/29/06 20:00 2-8 11267 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 0:00 2-9 11268 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 4:00 2-10 11269 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 8:00 2-11 11270 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 12:00 2-12 11271 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 16:00 2-13 11272 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/30/06 20:00 2-14 11273 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 0:00 2-15 11274 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 4:00 2-16 11275 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 8:00 2-17 11276 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 12:00 3-1 11176 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
1/31/06 18:00 3-2 11177 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 0:00 3-3 11178 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 6:00 3-4 11179 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 12:00 3-5 11180 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/1/06 18:00 3-6 11181 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 0:00 3-7 11182 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 6:00 3-8 11183 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 12:00 3-9 11184 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/2/06 18:00 3-10 11185 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 0:00 3-11 11186 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 6:00 3-12 11187 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 12:00 3-13 11188 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/3/06 18:00 3-14 11189 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 0:00 3-15 11190 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 6:00 3-16 11191 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 12:00 4-1 11525 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/4/06 18:00 4-2 11526 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 0:00 4-3 11527 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 6:00 4-4 11528 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 12:00 4-5 11529 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/5/06 18:00 4-6 11530 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 0:00 4-7 11531 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 6:00 4-8 11532 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 12:00 4-9 11533 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/6/06 18:00 4-10 11534 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 0:00 4-11 11535 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 6:00 4-12 11536 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 12:00 4-13 11537 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/7/06 18:00 4-14 11538 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 0:00 4-15 11539 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 6:00 4-16 11540 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 12:00 4-17 11541 NR ND ND ND ND NR NR 0.000 0.000 N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/8/06 18:00 5-1 11570 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 0:00 5-2 11571 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 6:00 5-3 11572 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 12:00 5-4 11573 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/9/06 18:00 5-5 11574 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 0:00 5-6 11575 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 6:00 5-7 11576 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 12:00 5-8 11577 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/10/06 18:00 5-9 11578 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/11/06 0:00 5-10 11579 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/11/06 6:00 5-11 11580 NR ND ND ND ND NR NR 0.000 0.000 N/A
2/11/06 12:00 6-1 11955 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/11/06 18:00 6-2 11956 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 0:00 6-3 11957 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 6:00 6-4 11958 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 12:00 6-5 11959 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/12/06 18:00 6-6 11960 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 0:00 6-7 11961 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 6:00 6-8 11962 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 12:00 6-9 11963 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/13/06 18:00 6-10 11964 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/14/06 0:00 6-11 11965 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/14/06 6:00 6-12 11966 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/14/06 12:00 6-13 11967 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.370 0.000 0.000 0.005
2/14/06 18:00 6-14 11968 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/15/06 0:00 6-15 11969 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.090 0.000 0.000 0.001
2/15/06 6:00 6-16 11970 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.570 0.000 0.000 0.008
2/15/06 12:00 7-1 11826 0.999 ND ND ND ND ND 2.420 0.000 0.000 0.020
2/15/06 18:00 7-2 11827 0.999 ND ND ND ND ND 2.670 0.000 0.000 0.023
2/16/06 0:00 7-3 11828 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/16/06 6:00 7-4 11829 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/16/06 12:00 7-5 11830 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.940 0.000 0.000 0.013
2/16/06 18:00 7-6 11831 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.430 0.000 0.000 0.034
2/17/06 0:00 7-7 11832 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.480 0.000 0.000 0.035
2/17/06 6:00 7-8 11833 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.210 0.000 0.000 0.017
2/17/06 12:00 7-9 11834 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/17/06 18:00 7-10 11835 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.310 0.000 0.000 0.004
2/18/06 0:00 7-11 11836 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 3.390 0.000 0.000 0.033
2/18/06 6:00 7-12 11837 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.450 0.000 0.000 0.006
2/18/06 12:00 8-1 11971 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/18/06 18:00 8-2 11972 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 0:00 8-3 11973 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 6:00 8-4 11974 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.670 0.000 0.000 0.009
2/19/06 12:00 8-5 11975 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/19/06 18:00 8-6 11976 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/20/06 0:00 8-7 11977 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.460 0.000 0.000 0.006
2/20/06 6:00 8-8 11978 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.280 0.000 0.000 0.004
2/20/06 12:00 8-9 11979 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.750 0.000 0.000 0.011
2/20/06 18:00 8-10 11980 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.700 0.000 0.000 0.010
2/21/06 0:00 8-11 11981 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 6:00 8-12 11982 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 12:00 8-13 11983 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/21/06 18:00 8-14 11984 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.130 0.000 0.000 0.016
2/22/06 0:00 8-15 11985 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.270 0.000 0.000 0.004
2/22/06 6:00 8-16 11986 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.020 0.000 0.000 0.014
2/22/06 12:00 9-1 12296 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.250 0.000 0.000 0.004
2/22/06 18:00 9-2 12297 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.540 0.000 0.000 0.008
2/23/06 0:00 9-3 12298 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/23/06 6:00 9-4 12299 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.020 0.000 0.000 0.014
2/23/06 12:00 9-5 12300 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/23/06 18:00 9-6 12301 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.250 0.000 0.000 0.004
2/24/06 0:00 9-7 12302 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.910 0.000 0.000 0.013
2/24/06 6:00 9-8 12303 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.420 0.000 0.000 0.020
2/24/06 12:00 9-9 12304 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 2.210 0.000 0.000 0.017
2/24/06 18:00 9-10 12305 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/25/06 0:00 9-11 12306 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 1.630 0.000 0.000 0.009
2/25/06 6:00 9-12 12307 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
2/25/06 12:00 9-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
3/10/06 18:00 10-1 12471 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.090 0.000 0.000 0.057
3/11/06 0:00 10-2 12472 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.270 0.000 0.000 0.060
3/11/06 6:00 10-3 12473 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.770 0.000 0.000 0.067
3/11/06 12:00 10-4 12474 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.230 0.000 0.000 0.059
3/11/06 18:00 10-5 12475 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.210 0.000 0.000 0.059
3/12/06 0:00 10-6 12476 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.780 0.000 0.000 0.081
3/12/06 6:00 10-7 12477 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.450 0.000 0.000 0.076
3/12/06 12:00 10-8 12478 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.570 0.000 0.000 0.078
3/12/06 18:00 10-9 12479 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.710 0.000 0.000 0.080
3/13/06 0:00 10-10 12480 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.490 0.000 0.000 0.077
3/13/06 6:00 10-11 12481 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.530 0.000 0.000 0.077
3/13/06 12:00 10-12 12482 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.610 0.000 0.000 0.065







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92
AY73 PPB AR87 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens (CALC) (CALC) (CALC)
Number Number MEANS ) (MEAS) (MEAS) MEANS ) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) L (AL) A )
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/13/06 18:00 10-13 12483 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.680 0.000 0.000 0.080
3/14/06 0:00 10-14 12484 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.240 0.000 0.000 0.087
3/14/06 6:00 10-15 12485 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.070 0.000 0.000 0.071
3/14/06 12:00 10-16 12486 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.900 0.000 0.000 0.069
3/14/06 18:00 10-17 12487 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.270 0.000 0.000 0.074
3/15/06 0:00 10-18 12488 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.200 0.000 0.000 0.059
3/15/06 6:00 10-19 12489 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.450 0.000 0.000 0.076
3/15/06 12:00 10-20 12490 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 5.150 0.000 0.000 0.058
3/15/06 18:00 11-1 12721 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.950 0.000 0.000 0.097
3/16/06 0:00 11-2 12722 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.090 0.000 0.000 0.099
3/16/06 6:00 11-3 12723 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 10.030 0.000 0.000 0.126
3/16/06 12:00 11-4 12724 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.530 0.000 0.000 0.119
3/16/06 18:00 11-5 12725 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.820 0.000 0.000 0.095
3/17/06 0:00 11-6 12726 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 6.850 0.000 0.000 0.082
3/17/06 6:00 11-7 12727 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.250 0.000 0.000 0.102
3/17/06 12:00 11-8 12728 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.860 0.000 0.000 0.124
3/17/06 18:00 11-9 12729 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.520 0.000 0.000 0.105
3/18/06 0:00 11-10 12730 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 10.790 N/A 0.000 0.137
3/18/06 6:00 11-11 12731 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.880 0.000 0.000 0.124
3/18/06 12:00 11-12 12732 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 9.970 N/A 0.000 0.126
3/18/06 18:00 11-13 12733 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.880 0.000 0.000 0.124
3/19/06 0:00 11-14 12734 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 9.080 N/A 0.000 0.113
3/19/06 6:00 11-15 12735 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 8.070 N/A 0.000 0.099
3/19/06 12:00 12-1 12709 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 14.270 0.000 0.000 0.186
3/19/06 18:00 12-2 12710 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.780 0.000 0.000 0.123
3/20/06 0:00 12-3 12711 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.470 0.000 0.000 0.091
3/20/06 6:00 12-4 12712 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.650 0.000 0.000 0.093
3/20/06 12:00 12-5 12713 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.500 0.000 0.000 0.105
3/20/06 18:00 12-6 12714 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 7.470 0.000 0.000 0.091
3/21/06 0:00 12-7 12715 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 8.510 0.000 0.000 0.105
3/21/06 6:00 12-8 12716 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.100 0.000 0.000 0.113
3/21/06 12:00 12-9 12717 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.660 0.000 0.000 0.121
3/21/06 18:00 12-10 12718 0.999 ND ND ND ND NR 9.480 0.000 0.000 0.119
3/22/06 0:00 12-11 12719 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 8.440 N/A 0.000 0.104
3/22/06 6:00 12-12 12720 0.999 NR NR ND ND NR 7.500 N/A 0.000 0.091
3/22/06 12:00 13-1 12978 5.735 516.800 7.691 ND ND 561.600 9.507 0.059 0.000 0.053
3/22/06 18:00 13-2 12979 6.288 511.200 10.215 ND ND 560.000 10.694 0.118 0.000 0.062
3/23/06 0:00 13-3 12980 5.332 515.200 11.693 ND ND 558.400 12.885 0.191 0.000 0.106
3/23/06 6:00 13-4 12981 0.933 518.400 5.015 ND ND 560.000 8.267 0.122 0.000 0.103
3/23/06 12:00 13-5 12982 5.960 516.800 8.953 ND ND 561.600 11.056 0.090 0.000 0.071







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111

Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND D 0.000 0.000 0.000
3/23/06 18:00 13-6 12983 0.948 513.600 5.349 ND ND 560.00( 8.403 0.132 0.000 0.104
3/24/06 0:00 13-7 12984 5.931 510.400 11.846 ND ND 560.00( 13.384 0.177 0.000 0.104
3/24/06 6:00 13-8 12985 0.829 515.200 5.518 ND ND 560.00( 8.349 0.141 0.000 0.105
3/24/06 12:00 13-9 12986 0.897 512.800 4.728 ND ND 563.20( 7.548 0.115 0.000 0.093
3/24/06 18:00 13-10 12987 1.010 513.600 6.083 ND ND 559.20( 9.468 0.152 0.000 0.118
3/25/06 0:00 13-11 12988 6.190 511.200 14.014 ND ND 560.80( 11.577 0.235 0.000 0.075
3/25/06 6:00 13-12 12989 1.117 512.800 7.137 ND ND 560.80( 7.088 0.181 0.000 0.084
3/25/06 12:00 14-1 13051 1.186 516.000 5.594 ND ND 560.00( 6.751 0.132 0.000 0.078
3/25/06 18:00 14-2 13052 1.150 516.000 5.358 ND ND 560.80( 9.752 0.126 0.000 0.120
3/26/06 0:00 14-3 13053 1.317 514.400 6.251 ND ND 561.60( 8.294 0.148 0.000 0.098
3/26/06 6:00 14-4 13054 1.313 514.400 7.294 ND ND 560.00( 8.062 0.179 0.000 0.094
3/26/06 12:00 14-5 13055 1.385 512.800 6.143 ND ND 559.20( 6.650 0.143 0.000 0.074
3/26/06 18:00 14-6 13056 1.251 515.200 6.032 ND ND 561.60( 7.239 0.143 0.000 0.084
3/27/06 0:00 14-7 13057 1.353 516.800 6.518 ND ND 560.80( 7.772 0.155 0.000 0.090
3/27/06 6:00 14-8 13058 1.143 514.400 7.661 ND ND 560.80( 9.160 0.196 0.000 0.112
3/27/06 12:00 14-9 13059 1.493 514.400 8.979 ND ND 561.60( 7.776 0.225 0.000 0.088
3/27/06 18:00 14-10 13060 1.232 516.000 8.511 ND ND 560.80( 7.040 0.218 0.000 0.081
3/28/06 0:00 14-11 13061 1.412 514.400 10.702 ND ND 560.00( 10.805 0.279 0.000 0.132
3/28/06 6:00 14-12 13062 1.292 515.200 10.453 ND ND 561.60( 10.257 0.275 0.000 0.126
3/28/06 12:00 15-1 12939 0.796 516.000 11.293 ND ND 561.60( 6.925 0.315 0.000 0.086
3/28/06 18:00 15-2 12940 0.785 516.800 14.049 ND ND 560.00( 6.738 0.398 0.000 0.083
3/29/06 0:00 15-3 12941 0.737 516.000 16.126 ND ND 560.80( 9.050 0.462 0.000 0.116
3/29/06 6:00 15-4 12942 5.456 516.800 19.986 ND ND 560.80( 10.182 0.436 0.000 0.066
3/29/06 12:00 15-5 12943 5.578 516.800 24.720 ND ND 560.00( 11.553 0.574 0.000 0.084
3/29/06 18:00 15-6 12944 0.868 516.800 23.734 ND ND 559.20( 8.955 0.686 0.000 0.113
3/30/06 0:00 15-7 12945 1.013 516.000 28.040 ND ND 560.80( 9.080 0.811 0.000 0.113
3/30/06 6:00 15-8 12946 0.731 516.800 31.821 ND ND 560.80( 8.462 0.933 0.000 0.108
3/30/06 12:00 15-9 12947 4.538 516.800 36.962 ND ND 560.00( 11.710 0.973 0.000 0.100
3/30/06 18:00 15-10 12948 2.393 517.600 40.086 ND ND 560.00( 9.732 1.131 0.000 0.103
3/31/06 0:00 15-11 12949 2.142 516.800 42.615 ND ND 559.20( 9.980 1.214 0.000 0.110
3/31/06 6:00 15-12 12950 4.997 516.000 50.556 ND ND 560.80( 13.410 1.367 0.000 0.118
3/31/06 12:00 15-13 12951 3.480 517.600 45.354 ND ND 560.00( 10.926 1.256 0.000 0.104
3/31/06 18:00 16-1 12965 1.100 516.800 45.391 ND ND 559.20( 9.318 1.329 0.000 0.115
4/1/06 0:00 16-2 12966a SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
4/1/06 6:00 16-3 12967a SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
4/1/06 12:00 16-4 12966 1.053 516.000 55.321 ND ND 558.400 9.154 1.628 0.000 0.113
4/1/06 18:00 16-5 12967 0.799 516.800 59.583 ND ND 560.000 8.639 1.764 0.000 0.110
4/2/06 0:00 16-6 12968 1.093 516.800 61.885 ND ND 562.400 7.934 1.824 0.000 0.096
4/2/06 6:00 16-7 12969 0.957 517.600 63.897 ND ND 560.000 9.600 1.888 0.000 0.121
4/2/06 12:00 16-8 12970 1.230 516.800 66.990 ND ND 562.400 9.078 1.973 0.000 0.110







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/2/06 18:00 16-9 12971 1.041 516.000 72.163 ND ND 560.800 9.714 2.134 0.000 0.121
4/3/06 0:00 16-10 12972 0.965 516.800 75.073 ND ND 561.600 10.442 2.223 0.000 0.133
4/3/06 6:00 16-11 12973 1.020 516.800 68.011 ND ND 560.800 9.382 2.010 0.000 0.117
4/3/06 12:00 16-12 12974 0.951 517.600 70.229 ND ND 561.600 8.821 2.078 0.000 0.110
4/3/06 18:00 16-13 12975 0.889 516.800 76.825 ND ND 560.800 10.075 2.278 0.000 0.129
4/4/06 0:00 16-14 12976 0.945 516.800 78.005 ND ND 560.800 9.867 2.312 0.000 0.125
4/4/06 6:00 16-15 12977 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
4/4/06 12:00 17-1 13252 6.976 517.600 68.145 ND ND 559.200 13.843 1.835 0.000 0.096
4/4/06 18:00 17-2 13253 2.808 517.600 95.297 ND ND 561.600 14.291 2.775 0.000 0.161
4/5/06 0:00 17-3 13254 4.821 516.800 96.708 ND ND 560.000 10.994 2.757 0.000 0.086
4/5/06 6:00 17-4 13255 7.561 516.800 98.809 ND ND 561.600 12.566 2.737 0.000 0.070
4/5/06 12:00 17-5 13256 2.137 516.800 96.567 ND ND 560.800 11.687 2.833 0.000 0.134
4/5/06 18:00 17-6 13257 1.369 518.400 95.165 ND ND 559.200 9.401 2.814 0.000 0.112
4/6/06 0:00 17-7 13258 1.380 517.600 105.283 ND ND 561.600 11.376 3.117 0.000 0.140
4/6/06 6:00 17-8 13259 1.186 516.800 108.342 ND ND 560.800 10.049 3.215 0.000 0.124
4/6/06 12:00 17-9 13260 1.286 516.800 101.882 ND ND 560.000 11.445 3.018 0.000 0.142
4/6/06 18:00 17-10 13261 4.315 518.400 108.992 ND ND 561.600 10.627 3.140 0.000 0.088
4/7/06 0:00 17-11 13262 1.270 517.600 115.630 ND ND 560.000 8.781 3.431 0.000 0.105
4/7/06 6:00 17-12 13263 1.137 517.600 118.333 ND ND 560.800 8.881 3.516 0.000 0.108
4/7/06 12:00 18-1 13348 1.021 517.600 90.667 ND ND 562.400 7.770 2.689 0.000 0.094
4/7/06 18:00 18-2 13349 0.999 518.400 95.940 ND ND 560.800 11.320 2.848 0.000 0.144
4/8/06 0:00 18-3 13350 1.089 516.800 97.056 ND ND 560.800 7.795 2.879 0.000 0.094
4/8/06 6:00 18-4 13351 1.151 516.000 67.900 ND ND 560.800 10.267 2.002 0.000 0.128
4/8/06 12:00 18-5 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/8/06 18:00 18-6 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/9/06 0:00 18-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/9/06 6:00 18-8 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/9/06 12:00 18-9 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/9/06 18:00 18-10 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/10/06 0:00 18-11 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/10/06 6:00 18-12 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/10/06 12:00 18-13 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/10/06 18:00 18-14 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/11/06 0:00 18-15 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/11/06 6:00 18-16 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/14/06 12:00 19-1 13264 1.302 516.800 122.728 ND ND 560.000 11.264 3.643 0.000 0.139
4/14/06 18:00 19-2 13265 1.334 518.400 183.446 ND ND 560.800 11.160 5.463 0.000 0.138
4/15/06 0:00 19-3 13266 1.201 518.400 195.599 ND ND 562.400 9.789 5.832 0.000 0.120
4/15/06 6:00 19-4 13267 1.411 517.600 202.626 ND ND 560.800 10.270 6.036 0.000 0.124
4/15/06 12:00 19-5 13268 1.200 517.600 206.701 ND ND 560.000 8.403 6.165 0.000 0.101







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111


Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/15/06 18:00 19-6 13269 1.238 518.400 221.571 ND ND 560.000 9.782 6.610 0.000 0.120
4/16/06 0:00 19-7 13270 1.030 517.600 194.520 ND ND 561.600 11.223 5.805 0.000 0.143
4/16/06 6:00 19-8 13271 1.127 517.600 196.078 ND ND 559.200 10.290 5.849 0.000 0.128
4/16/06 12:00 19-9 13272 1.306 517.600 225.805 ND ND 561.600 9.904 6.735 0.000 0.120
4/16/06 18:00 19-10 13273 1.109 518.400 228.085 ND ND 560.000 9.658 6.809 0.000 0.120
4/17/06 0:00 19-11 13274 1.277 518.400 197.989 ND ND 561.600 10.471 5.901 0.000 0.129
4/17/06 6:00 19-12 13275 1.161 517.600 217.204 ND ND 560.000 10.877 6.481 0.000 0.136
4/17/06 12:00 19-13 13276 1.254 517.600 243.629 ND ND 560.000 9.159 7.271 0.000 0.111
4/17/06 18:00 19-14 13277 1.751 518.400 259.944 ND ND 558.400 9.976 7.746 0.000 0.115
4/18/06 0:00 19-15 13278 1.131 518.400 209.265 ND ND 560.800 10.695 6.244 0.000 0.134
4/18/06 6:00 19-16 13279 1.175 518.400 236.229 ND ND 560.800 9.429 7.052 0.000 0.116
4/18/06 18:00 20-1 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/19/06 0:00 20-2 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/19/06 6:00 20-3 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/19/06 12:00 20-4 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/19/06 18:00 20-5 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/20/06 0:00 20-6 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/20/06 6:00 20-7 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/20/06 12:00 20-8 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/20/06 18:00 20-9 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/21/06 0:00 20-10 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/21/06 6:00 20-11 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
4/21/06 12:00 21-1 13352 1.138 517.600 232.264 ND ND 556.800 9.378 6.934 0.000 0.115
4/21/06 18:00 21-2 13353 1.004 516.800 262.763 ND ND 560.800 8.337 7.853 0.000 0.103
4/22/06 0:00 21-3 13354 0.975 517.600 255.327 ND ND 560.000 9.420 7.631 0.000 0.118
4/22/06 6:00 21-4 13355 1.023 517.600 260.227 ND ND 560.800 9.637 7.776 0.000 0.121
4/22/06 12:00 21-5 13356 1.011 517.600 253.032 ND ND 560.800 10.221 7.561 0.000 0.129
4/22/06 18:00 21-6 13357 0.937 517.600 248.257 ND ND 560.800 10.985 7.420 0.000 0.141
4/23/06 0:00 21-7 13358 0.960 517.600 235.421 ND ND 560.000 9.802 7.034 0.000 0.124
4/23/06 6:00 21-8 13359 0.911 517.600 245.863 ND ND 561.600 9.513 7.349 0.000 0.120
4/23/06 12:00 21-9 13360 1.135 518.400 258.226 ND ND 561.600 9.906 7.713 0.000 0.123
4/23/06 18:00 21-10 13361 1.038 518.400 265.618 ND ND 560.000 11.470 7.937 0.000 0.146
4/24/06 0:00 21-11 13362 1.161 517.600 210.135 ND ND 560.800 11.331 6.269 0.000 0.142
4/24/06 6:00 21-12 13363 1.034 516.800 256.863 ND ND 560.000 9.893 7.675 0.000 0.124
4/24/06 12:00 21-13 13364 1.218 517.600 269.529 ND ND 561.600 9.742 8.049 0.000 0.119
4/24/06 18:00 21-14 13365 1.056 517.600 246.147 ND ND 560.800 11.124 7.353 0.000 0.141
4/25/06 0:00 21-15 13366 1.154 517.600 234.154 ND ND 560.800 11.222 6.990 0.000 0.141
4/25/06 6:00 21-16 13367 1.110 517.600 268.851 ND ND 562.400 9.910 8.032 0.000 0.123
4/25/06 12:00 22-1 13733 1.324 518.400 223.978 ND ND 559.200 11.896 6.680 0.000 0.148
4/25/06 18:00 22-2 13734 1.405 518.400 199.617 ND ND 560.000 15.113 5.946 0.000 0.192







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
4/26/06 0:00 22-3 13735 1.411 518.400 241.361 ND ND 563.200 9.711 7.199 0.000 0.116
4/26/06 6:00 22-4 13736 1.123 518.400 241.060 ND ND 558.400 8.842 7.198 0.000 0.108
4/26/06 12:00 22-5 13737 1.050 518.400 253.432 ND ND 560.000 10.100 7.571 0.000 0.127
4/26/06 18:00 22-6 13738 1.314 517.600 237.759 ND ND 560.800 10.467 7.093 0.000 0.128
4/27/06 0:00 22-7 13739 1.003 518.400 229.514 ND ND 560.000 8.094 6.855 0.000 0.099
4/27/06 6:00 22-8 13740 1.266 518.400 233.128 ND ND 558.400 9.959 6.956 0.000 0.122
4/27/06 12:00 22-9 13741 1.287 517.600 203.707 ND ND 558.400 9.743 6.073 0.000 0.118
4/27/06 18:00 22-10 13742 1.390 517.600 211.104 ND ND 560.000 10.685 6.291 0.000 0.130
4/28/06 0:00 22-11 13743 1.290 518.400 202.756 ND ND 561.600 9.142 6.044 0.000 0.110
4/28/06 6:00 22-12 13744 1.019 518.400 232.880 ND ND 558.400 9.312 6.956 0.000 0.116
4/28/06 12:00 22-13 13745 1.254 518.400 234.131 ND ND 560.800 9.970 6.986 0.000 0.122
4/28/06 18:00 23-1 13773 0.859 517.600 93.971 ND ND 560.800 9.213 2.793 0.000 0.117
4/29/06 0:00 23-2 13774 0.756 518.400 115.613 ND ND 562.400 9.006 3.446 0.000 0.116
4/29/06 6:00 23-3 13775 0.743 518.400 157.426 ND ND 560.000 8.370 4.700 0.000 0.107
4/29/06 12:00 23-4 13776 0.810 518.400 205.727 ND ND 560.800 9.615 6.148 0.000 0.123
4/29/06 18:00 23-5 13777 0.715 517.600 188.003 ND ND 561.600 9.167 5.619 0.000 0.118
4/30/06 0:00 23-6 13778 0.932 518.400 157.102 ND ND 559.200 10.028 4.685 0.000 0.127
4/30/06 6:00 23-7 13779 0.676 518.400 200.622 ND ND 560.800 9.124 5.998 0.000 0.118
4/30/06 12:00 23-8 13780 0.790 518.400 199.439 ND ND 560.000 9.161 5.959 0.000 0.117
4/30/06 18:00 23-9 13781 0.878 518.400 194.572 ND ND 560.000 9.001 5.811 0.000 0.114
5/1/06 0:00 23-10 13782 0.938 516.800 88.458 ND ND 559.200 8.790 2.626 0.000 0.110
5/1/06 6:00 23-11 13783 0.774 517.600 97.250 ND ND 560.000 8.721 2.894 0.000 0.111
5/1/06 12:00 23-12 13784 0.900 518.400 204.542 ND ND 557.600 9.150 6.109 0.000 0.116
5/1/06 18:00 23-13 13785 0.822 518.400 191.993 ND ND 560.000 8.629 5.735 0.000 0.109
5/2/06 0:00 23-14 13786 0.822 517.600 102.502 ND ND 561.600 8.374 3.050 0.000 0.106
5/2/06 6:00 23-15 13787 0.937 518.400 187.957 ND ND 559.200 8.764 5.611 0.000 0.110
5/2/06 12:00 24-1 13858 0.830 518.400 215.271 ND ND 560.800 11.375 6.433 0.000 0.148
5/2/06 18:00 24-2 13859 1.157 517.600 191.818 ND ND 560.800 12.117 5.720 0.000 0.153
5/3/06 0:00 24-3 13860 0.823 518.400 116.755 ND ND 561.600 9.029 3.478 0.000 0.115
5/3/06 6:00 24-4 13861 1.015 518.400 170.810 ND ND 560.000 9.056 5.094 0.000 0.113
5/3/06 12:00 24-5 13862 4.889 517.600 234.922 ND ND 557.600 12.320 6.901 0.000 0.104
5/3/06 18:00 24-6 13863 0.921 517.600 218.541 ND ND 560.000 10.894 6.529 0.000 0.140
5/4/06 0:00 24-7 13864 1.145 517.600 171.220 ND ND 559.200 10.029 5.102 0.000 0.124
5/4/06 6:00 24-8 13865 7.140 518.400 225.192 ND ND 556.800 12.688 6.542 0.000 0.078
5/4/06 12:00 24-9 13866 2.947 517.600 264.103 ND ND 558.400 10.635 7.835 0.000 0.108
5/4/06 18:00 24-10 13867 6.751 517.600 249.786 ND ND 560.000 13.488 7.291 0.000 0.094
5/5/06 0:00 24-11 13868 5.354 516.800 238.892 ND ND 556.800 12.319 7.006 0.000 0.098
5/5/06 6:00 24-12 13869 5.365 517.600 293.265 ND ND 558.400 12.087 8.637 0.000 0.094
5/5/06 12:00 25-1 13923 1.229 518.400 259.541 ND ND 560.800 9.535 7.749 0.000 0.116
5/5/06 18:00 25-2 13924 1.406 519.200 188.818 ND ND 560.000 10.233 5.622 0.000 0.124







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/6/06 0:00 25-3 13925 1.214 517.600 254.047 ND ND 560.800 11.382 7.585 0.000 0.142
5/6/06 6:00 25-4 13926 1.106 517.600 287.703 ND ND 560.800 10.271 8.598 0.000 0.128
5/6/06 12:00 25-5 13927 1.252 517.600 280.469 ND ND 560.000 9.895 8.377 0.000 0.121
5/6/06 18:00 25-6 13928 1.125 518.400 242.787 ND ND 556.800 9.918 7.250 0.000 0.123
5/7/06 0:00 25-7 13929 1.120 518.400 272.220 ND ND 562.400 10.649 8.133 0.000 0.133
5/7/06 6:00 25-8 13930 1.351 517.600 282.020 ND ND 560.000 10.436 8.420 0.000 0.127
5/7/06 12:00 25-9 13931 1.255 516.800 279.078 ND ND 557.600 10.264 8.335 0.000 0.126
5/7/06 18:00 25-10 13932 1.109 517.600 246.126 ND ND 559.200 9.983 7.351 0.000 0.124
5/8/06 0:00 25-11 13933 1.241 518.400 265.520 ND ND 560.000 9.481 7.928 0.000 0.115
5/8/06 6:00 25-12 13934 1.260 518.400 274.160 ND ND 560.800 10.352 8.187 0.000 0.127
5/8/06 12:00 25-13 13935 1.306 517.600 273.899 ND ND 560.800 10.488 8.178 0.000 0.129
5/8/06 18:00 25-14 13936 1.335 517.600 261.187 ND ND 560.800 9.942 7.796 0.000 0.120
5/9/06 0:00 25-15 13937 1.126 517.600 283.422 ND ND 560.000 9.868 8.469 0.000 0.122
5/9/06 6:00 25-16 NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC NSC N/A N/A N/A
5/9/06 12:00 26-1 14289 8.266 519.200 232.221 ND ND 555.200 25.540 6.719 0.000 0.242
5/9/06 18:00 26-2 14290 6.222 518.400 184.311 ND ND 560.000 14.650 5.343 0.000 0.118
5/10/06 0:00 26-3 14291 1.897 519.200 155.875 ND ND 559.200 11.622 4.619 0.000 0.136
5/10/06 6:00 26-4 14292 6.482 519.200 267.640 ND ND 555.200 12.240 7.835 0.000 0.081
5/10/06 12:00 26-5 14293 6.012 519.200 305.948 ND ND 560.800 11.409 8.998 0.000 0.076
5/10/06 18:00 26-6 14294 8.628 519.200 332.485 ND ND 555.200 15.439 9.716 0.000 0.095
5/11/06 0:00 26-7 14295 5.933 518.400 335.286 ND ND 557.600 12.281 9.881 0.000 0.089
5/11/06 6:00 26-8 14296 6.879 519.200 344.631 ND ND 555.200 12.553 10.133 0.000 0.079
5/11/06 12:00 26-9 14297 2.491 519.200 326.002 ND ND 560.000 12.138 9.705 0.000 0.135
5/11/06 18:00 26-10 14298 7.120 519.200 319.023 ND ND 556.000 12.298 9.357 0.000 0.072
5/12/06 0:00 26-11 14299 3.277 518.400 317.741 ND ND 555.200 11.717 9.434 0.000 0.118
5/12/06 6:00 26-12 14300 1.526 518.400 315.862 ND ND 559.200 11.965 9.430 0.000 0.146
5/12/06 12:00 26-13 14301 1.481 518.400 297.429 ND ND 559.200 10.037 8.878 0.000 0.120
5/12/06 18:00 26-14 14302 1.461 519.200 282.095 ND ND 561.600 10.238 8.419 0.000 0.123
5/13/06 0:00 26-15 14303 7.215 519.200 303.179 ND ND 555.200 12.845 8.879 0.000 0.079
5/13/06 6:00 26-16 14304 1.594 519.200 309.406 ND ND 555.200 10.571 9.234 0.000 0.126
5/13/06 12:00 27-1 14305 1.995 518.400 226.485 ND ND 555.200 12.202 6.735 0.000 0.143
5/13/06 18:00 27-2 14306 1.432 517.600 267.331 ND ND 561.600 9.504 7.977 0.000 0.113
5/14/06 0:00 27-3 14307 1.417 518.400 259.100 ND ND 558.400 11.224 7.730 0.000 0.137
5/14/06 6:00 27-4 14308 1.234 518.400 259.094 ND ND 560.800 8.875 7.736 0.000 0.107
5/14/06 12:00 27-5 14309 1.373 517.600 237.240 ND ND 561.600 9.184 7.076 0.000 0.109
5/14/06 18:00 27-6 14310 1.497 517.600 285.732 ND ND 555.200 10.059 8.527 0.000 0.120
5/15/06 0:00 27-7 14311 1.494 517.600 281.833 ND ND 556.800 10.484 8.410 0.000 0.126
5/15/06 6:00 27-8 14312 1.659 518.400 290.181 ND ND 558.400 10.930 8.656 0.000 0.130
5/15/06 12:00 27-9 14313 1.333 518.400 270.532 ND ND 555.200 8.280 8.076 0.000 0.097
5/15/06 18:00 27-10 14314 1.449 517.600 269.792 ND ND 556.800 9.217 8.050 0.000 0.109







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/16/06 0:00 27-11 14315 1.345 517.600 257.977 ND ND 558.400 8.934 7.699 0.000 0.106
5/16/06 6:00 27-12 14316 1.732 517.600 279.788 ND ND 560.800 11.372 8.342 0.000 0.135
5/16/06 12:00 27-13 14317 1.470 518.400 246.553 ND ND 560.800 10.439 7.352 0.000 0.126
5/16/06 18:00 27-14 14318 1.520 517.600 258.026 ND ND 560.800 9.942 7.695 0.000 0.118
5/17/06 0:00 27-15 14319 1.504 517.600 264.301 ND ND 556.800 19.055 7.884 0.000 0.246
5/17/06 6:00 27-16 14320 1.479 517.600 243.550 ND ND 560.000 10.603 7.262 0.000 0.128
5/17/06 12:00 27-17 14321 1.350 517.600 258.922 ND ND 555.200 8.329 7.727 0.000 0.098
5/17/06 18:00 27-18 14322 1.858 518.400 275.076 ND ND 555.200 8.670 8.197 0.000 0.095
5/18/06 0:00 27-19 14323 1.528 517.600 265.109 ND ND 560.000 8.998 7.907 0.000 0.105
5/18/06 6:00 27-20 14324 1.555 517.600 286.233 ND ND 556.000 10.042 8.540 0.000 0.119
5/18/06 12:00 28-1 14269 1.885 518.400 203.110 ND ND 557.600 10.564 6.037 0.000 0.122
5/18/06 18:00 28-2 14270 3.569 517.600 202.271 ND ND 558.400 8.299 5.961 0.000 0.066
5/19/06 0:00 28-3 14271 2.885 518.400 190.749 ND ND 560.000 7.918 5.636 0.000 0.070
5/19/06 6:00 28-4 14272 1.305 518.400 196.938 ND ND 555.200 7.942 5.869 0.000 0.093
5/19/06 12:00 28-5 14273 1.251 518.400 191.879 ND ND 560.800 7.858 5.719 0.000 0.092
5/19/06 18:00 28-6 14274 1.326 518.400 216.391 ND ND 560.000 8.483 6.452 0.000 0.100
5/20/06 0:00 28-7 14275 4.033 518.400 202.533 ND ND 555.200 9.343 5.955 0.000 0.074
5/20/06 6:00 28-8 14276 5.682 517.600 197.485 ND ND 560.800 8.654 5.754 0.000 0.042
5/20/06 12:00 28-9 14277 3.465 518.400 194.881 ND ND 560.000 9.258 5.742 0.000 0.081
5/20/06 18:00 28-10 14278 3.486 518.400 187.577 ND ND 556.800 7.456 5.523 0.000 0.056
5/21/06 0:00 28-11 14279 1.283 518.400 200.746 ND ND 559.200 6.360 5.984 0.000 0.071
5/21/06 6:00 28-12 14280 1.227 518.400 205.850 ND ND 560.000 8.398 6.139 0.000 0.100
5/21/06 12:00 28-13 14281 4.796 518.400 201.229 ND ND 560.800 9.185 5.893 0.000 0.061
5/21/06 18:00 28-14 14282 1.734 518.400 208.297 ND ND 555.200 10.114 6.197 0.000 0.117
5/22/06 0:00 28-15 14283 1.502 518.400 181.110 ND ND 557.600 7.998 5.388 0.000 0.091
5/22/06 6:00 28-16 14284 1.345 518.400 181.001 ND ND 558.400 6.915 5.390 0.000 0.078
5/22/06 12:00 28-17 14285 1.556 518.400 177.507 ND ND 560.800 7.969 5.279 0.000 0.090
5/22/06 18:00 28-18 14286 1.372 518.400 221.235 ND ND 558.400 8.273 6.596 0.000 0.097
5/23/06 0:00 28-19 14287 1.599 518.400 207.926 ND ND 555.200 8.903 6.190 0.000 0.102
5/23/06 6:00 28-20 14288 1.395 518.400 206.760 ND ND 555.200 8.229 6.161 0.000 0.096
5/23/06 12:00 29-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/23/06 18:00 29-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/24/06 0:00 29-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/24/06 6:00 29-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/24/06 12:00 29-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/24/06 18:00 29-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/25/06 0:00 29-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/25/06 6:00 29-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/25/06 12:00 29-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/25/06 18:00 29-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
5/26/06 0:00 29-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/26/06 6:00 29-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/26/06 12:00 30-1 15385 4.947 524.800 75.028 547.200 156.041 555.200 142.279 2.102 2.115 1.923
5/26/06 18:00 30-2 15386 3.663 524.800 72.549 547.200 146.504 555.200 132.645 2.067 2.000 1.806
5/27/06 0:00 30-3 15387 3.635 524.800 86.479 547.200 174.664 555.200 157.062 2.485 2.394 2.148
5/27/06 6:00 30-4 15388 4.249 524.800 80.758 547.200 162.977 555.200 147.648 2.295 2.222 2.008
5/27/06 12:00 30-5 15389 4.055 524.800 75.766 547.200 152.504 555.200 137.445 2.151 2.078 1.867
5/27/06 18:00 30-6 15390 6.453 524.800 105.227 547.200 220.001 555.200 200.319 2.963 2.990 2.714
5/28/06 0:00 30-7 15391 3.519 524.800 82.518 547.200 169.512 555.200 152.758 2.370 2.324 2.089
5/28/06 6:00 30-8 15392 3.709 524.800 82.585 547.200 163.758 555.200 147.891 2.366 2.241 2.019
5/28/06 12:00 30-9 15393 3.735 524.800 78.062 547.200 155.337 555.200 140.231 2.230 2.122 1.911
5/28/06 18:00 30-10 15394 3.638 524.800 80.072 547.200 158.847 555.200 143.381 2.293 2.173 1.956
5/29/06 0:00 30-11 15395 3.653 524.800 83.354 547.200 170.853 555.200 154.885 2.391 2.341 2.117
5/29/06 6:00 30-12 15396 4.804 524.800 77.508 547.200 160.137 555.200 145.169 2.181 2.175 1.965
5/29/06 12:00 30-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/29/06 18:00 30-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/30/06 0:00 30-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/30/06 6:00 30-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
5/30/06 12:00 31-1 15357 3.804 524.800 70.123 547.200 148.525 555.200 135.797 1.990 2.026 1.848
5/30/06 18:00 31-2 15358 3.894 524.800 79.015 547.200 163.818 555.200 148.576 2.254 2.239 2.026
5/31/06 0:00 31-3 15359 3.509 524.800 75.907 547.200 157.511 555.200 141.906 2.172 2.156 1.938
5/31/06 6:00 31-4 15360 3.181 524.800 82.516 546.400 164.642 555.200 148.325 2.380 2.260 2.032
5/31/06 12:00 31-5 15361 3.165 524.800 79.522 547.200 160.758 555.200 144.390 2.291 2.206 1.977
5/31/06 18:00 31-6 15362 3.080 524.800 79.102 547.200 158.173 555.200 142.510 2.281 2.171 1.952
6/1/06 0:00 31-7 15363 2.716 524.800 77.365 547.200 160.498 555.200 144.538 2.239 2.209 1.986
6/1/06 6:00 31-8 15364 2.798 524.800 83.293 547.200 172.996 555.200 156.893 2.415 2.383 2.157
6/1/06 12:00 31-9 15365 2.673 524.800 78.881 546.400 158.106 555.200 142.628 2.286 2.176 1.959
6/1/06 18:00 31-10 15366 3.051 524.800 75.613 548.000 164.599 555.200 152.820 2.177 2.262 2.097
6/2/06 0:00 31-11 15367 3.410 524.800 75.759 548.000 162.003 555.200 149.045 2.170 2.220 2.039
6/2/06 6:00 31-12 15368 2.748 524.800 79.556 548.000 167.639 555.200 153.570 2.304 2.308 2.112
6/2/06 12:00 31-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/2/06 18:00 31-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/3/06 0:00 31-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/3/06 6:00 31-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/3/06 12:00 32-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/3/06 18:00 32-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/4/06 0:00 32-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/4/06 6:00 32-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/4/06 12:00 32-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/4/06 18:00 32-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
6/5/06 0:00 32-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/5/06 6:00 32-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/5/06 12:00 32-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/5/06 18:00 32-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/6/06 0:00 32-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/6/06 6:00 32-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/6/06 12:00 31a-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/6/06 18:00 31a-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/7/06 0:00 31a-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/7/06 6:00 31a-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/7/06 12:00 31a-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/7/06 18:00 31a-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/8/06 0:00 31a-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/8/06 6:00 31a-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/8/06 12:00 31a-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/8/06 18:00 31a-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/9/06 0:00 31a-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/9/06 12:00 32a-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/9/06 18:00 32a-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/10/06 0:00 32a-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/10/06 6:00 32a-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/10/06 12:00 32a-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/10/06 18:00 32a-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/11/06 0:00 32a-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/11/06 6:00 32a-8 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/11/06 12:00 32a-9 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/11/06 18:00 32a-10 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/12/06 0:00 32a-11 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/12/06 6:00 32a-12 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/12/06 12:00 32a-13 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/12/06 18:00 32a-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/13/06 0:00 32a-15 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/13/06 6:00 32a-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/13/06 12:00 32a-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/13/06 18:00 32a-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 0:00 32a-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 6:00 32a-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 12:00 32a-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/14/06 18:00 33-1 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/15/06 0:00 33-2 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
6/15/06 6:00 33-3 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/15/06 12:00 33-4 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/15/06 18:00 33-5 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/16/06 0:00 33-6 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/16/06 6:00 33-7 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/16/06 12:00 34-1 15433 3.330 524.800 65.871 548.000 137.573 555.200 125.128 1.876 1.879 1.705
6/16/06 18:00 34-2 15434 4.089 524.800 73.957 547.200 153.971 555.200 139.562 2.096 2.098 1.897
6/17/06 0:00 34-3 15435 4.736 524.800 74.147 547.200 154.468 555.200 139.703 2.082 2.096 1.890
6/17/06 6:00 34-4 15436 3.479 524.800 74.636 547.200 156.835 555.200 141.413 2.135 2.147 1.931
6/17/06 12:00 34-5 15437 4.008 524.800 66.789 547.200 136.610 555.200 122.978 1.883 1.856 1.666
6/17/06 18:00 34-6 15438 4.209 524.800 67.603 547.200 138.377 555.200 125.016 1.902 1.878 1.691
6/18/06 0:00 34-7 15439 2.868 524.800 65.760 547.200 133.298 555.200 120.626 1.887 1.826 1.649
6/18/06 6:00 34-8 15440 2.870 524.800 65.433 547.200 138.879 555.200 125.616 1.877 1.904 1.718
6/18/06 12:00 34-9 15441 3.609 524.800 68.206 547.200 140.709 555.200 127.584 1.938 1.919 1.736
6/18/06 18:00 34-10 15442 3.348 524.800 65.671 548.000 133.426 555.200 121.162 1.870 1.821 1.649
6/19/06 0:00 34-11 15443 3.360 524.800 64.961 547.200 134.396 555.200 121.885 1.848 1.835 1.659
6/19/06 6:00 34-12 15444 3.094 524.800 63.982 547.200 132.771 555.200 120.849 1.827 1.815 1.649
6/19/06 12:00 34-13 15445 2.195 524.800 63.767 547.200 129.680 555.200 116.936 1.847 1.785 1.606
6/19/06 18:00 34-14 15446 2.663 524.800 68.326 547.200 138.848 555.200 125.412 1.970 1.907 1.718
6/20/06 0:00 34-15 15447 2.491 524.800 63.466 547.200 131.579 555.200 119.839 1.829 1.807 1.643
6/20/06 6:00 34-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/20/06 12:00 34-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
6/20/06 18:00 35-1 15085 3.346 524.800 73.653 ND ND 555.200 135.811 2.109 0.000 1.855
6/21/06 0:00 35-2 15086 5.520 524.800 85.759 ND ND 555.200 157.503 2.407 0.000 2.128
6/21/06 6:00 35-3 15087 3.411 524.800 81.070 ND ND 555.200 150.330 2.330 0.000 2.057
6/21/06 12:00 35-4 15088 4.343 524.800 84.392 ND ND 555.200 154.122 2.401 0.000 2.097
6/21/06 18:00 35-5 15090 3.972 524.800 86.358 546.400 173.719 555.200 155.848 2.472 2.376 2.126
6/22/06 0:00 35-6 15091 4.152 524.800 81.221 547.200 165.997 555.200 149.245 2.312 2.266 2.031
6/22/06 6:00 35-7 15092 3.563 524.800 78.609 547.200 162.201 555.200 145.682 2.251 2.221 1.990
6/22/06 12:00 35-8 15093 3.625 524.800 79.151 547.200 165.882 555.200 150.496 2.266 2.272 2.056
6/22/06 18:00 35-9 15094 3.830 524.800 79.251 547.200 163.952 555.200 148.934 2.263 2.242 2.031
6/23/06 0:00 35-10 15094 3.830 524.800 79.251 547.200 163.952 555.200 148.934 2.263 2.242 2.031
6/23/06 6:00 35-11 15095 3.241 524.800 80.211 ND ND 555.200 146.488 2.309 0.000 2.005
6/23/06 12:00 36-1 14947 4.019 524.800 74.668 ND ND 555.200 137.492 2.119 0.000 1.869
6/24/06 0:00 36-2 14948 5.758 524.800 79.364 ND ND 555.200 140.244 2.208 0.000 1.883
6/24/06 12:00 36-3 14949 6.790 524.800 71.345 ND ND 555.200 130.565 1.937 0.000 1.733
6/25/06 0:00 36-4 14950 3.931 524.800 71.957 ND ND 555.200 133.767 2.041 0.000 1.818
6/25/06 12:00 36-5 14951 6.490 524.800 80.072 ND ND 555.200 144.704 2.207 0.000 1.935
6/26/06 0:00 36-6 14952 5.802 524.800 65.457 ND ND 555.200 125.090 1.790 0.000 1.670
6/26/06 12:00 36-7 14953 6.103 524.800 73.078 ND ND 555.200 134.541 2.009 0.000 1.798







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
6/27/06 0:00 36-8 14954 5.570 524.800 75.077 ND ND 555.200 139.626 2.085 0.000 1.877
6/27/06 12:00 37-1 14955 8.650 524.800 72.735 ND ND 555.200 125.256 1.923 0.000 1.632
6/28/06 0:00 37-2 14956 11.199 524.800 116.704 ND ND 555.200 199.942 3.165 0.000 2.642
6/28/06 12:00 37-3 14957 7.683 524.800 71.645 ND ND 555.200 130.691 1.919 0.000 1.722
6/29/06 0:00 37-4 14958 6.342 524.800 60.968 ND ND 555.200 113.151 1.639 0.000 1.495
6/29/06 12:00 37-5 14959 8.307 524.800 68.127 ND ND 555.200 125.216 1.795 0.000 1.637
6/30/06 0:00 37-6 14960 7.639 524.800 73.339 ND ND 555.200 137.253 1.971 0.000 1.815
6/30/06 12:00 37-7 14961 4.690 524.800 56.579 ND ND 555.200 102.346 1.557 0.000 1.367
7/1/06 0:00 37-8 14962 5.930 524.800 71.846 ND ND 555.200 134.319 1.977 0.000 1.797
7/1/06 12:00 37-9 15052 3.236 524.800 75.941 547.200 162.556 555.200 148.601 2.181 2.230 2.035
7/2/06 0:00 37-10 15053 6.464 524.800 77.767 547.200 160.102 555.200 146.573 2.139 2.151 1.962
7/2/06 12:00 37-11 15054 3.128 524.800 72.831 547.200 152.843 555.200 139.041 2.091 2.096 1.903
7/3/06 0:00 37-12 15055 3.430 524.800 69.116 547.200 143.611 555.200 130.819 1.971 1.963 1.783
7/3/06 12:00 37-13 15056 4.129 524.800 52.691 547.200 108.659 555.200 99.386 1.457 1.463 1.334
7/4/06 0:00 37-14 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/4/06 12:00 37-15 17446 0.103 512.800 5.615 ND ND 556.000 0.304 0.165 0.000 0.003
7/5/06 0:00 37-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/5/06 12:00 37-17 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/6/06 0:00 37-18 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/6/06 12:00 37-19 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/7/06 0:00 37-20 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
7/7/06 12:00 38-1 17764 1.414 512.800 54.386 ND ND 555.200 2.058 1.589 0.000 0.009
7/8/06 0:00 38-2 17765 1.000 512.800 56.136 ND ND 564.800 1.537 1.654 0.000 0.008
7/8/06 12:00 38-3 17766 1.141 513.600 52.338 ND ND 564.800 1.485 1.536 0.000 0.005
7/9/06 0:00 38-4 17767 0.844 512.800 45.465 ND ND 556.000 1.830 1.339 0.000 0.014
7/9/06 12:00 38-5 17768 0.953 512.800 48.333 ND ND 564.800 1.233 1.421 0.000 0.004
7/10/06 0:00 38-6 17769 0.908 512.800 45.862 ND ND 564.800 1.307 1.349 0.000 0.006
7/10/06 12:00 38-7 17770 0.489 512.800 40.581 ND ND 556.000 1.262 1.203 0.000 0.011
7/11/06 0:00 38-8 17771 0.776 512.800 37.974 ND ND 564.800 1.024 1.116 0.000 0.003
7/11/06 12:00 38-9 17772 0.757 512.800 32.253 ND ND 555.200 1.320 0.945 0.000 0.008
7/12/06 0:00 38-10 17773 0.410 512.800 31.817 ND ND 564.800 0.825 0.942 0.000 0.006
7/12/06 12:00 38-11 17774 0.462 512.800 32.168 ND ND 564.800 0.637 0.951 0.000 0.002
7/13/06 0:00 38-12 17775 0.451 512.800 28.094 ND ND 556.800 0.640 0.829 0.000 0.003
7/13/06 12:00 38-13 17776 0.536 513.600 25.206 ND ND 556.000 0.913 0.740 0.000 0.005
7/14/06 0:00 38-14 17777 0.396 513.600 24.329 ND ND 564.800 0.544 0.718 0.000 0.002
7/14/06 12:00 38-15 17778 0.282 512.800 24.391 ND ND 556.000 0.513 0.723 0.000 0.003
7/15/06 0:00 38-16 17779 0.379 513.600 23.946 ND ND 564.800 0.558 0.707 0.000 0.003
7/15/06 12:00 38-17 17780 0.327 512.800 20.785 ND ND 564.800 0.460 0.614 0.000 0.002
7/16/06 0:00 38-18 17781 0.462 513.600 20.826 ND ND 564.800 0.603 0.611 0.000 0.002
7/16/06 12:00 38-19 17782 0.399 512.800 20.453 ND ND 556.800 0.608 0.602 0.000 0.003







REPORT OF INVESTIGATION NO. 111
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (AL CA (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
7/17/06 0:00 38-20 17783 0.301 512.800 19.589 ND ND 556.800 0.463 0.579 0.000 0.002
7/17/06 12:00 38-21 17784 0.334 512.800 19.145 ND ND 556.000 0.378 0.564 0.000 0.001
7/18/06 0:00 38-22 17785 0.417 512.800 19.259 ND ND 555.200 0.673 0.565 0.000 0.004
7/18/06 12:00 39-1 15165 3.372 524.800 55.231 547.200 115.662 555.200 105.822 1.556 1.572 1.434
7/19/06 0:00 39-2 15166 8.961 524.800 52.456 548.000 100.362 555.200 94.080 1.305 1.280 1.192
7/19/06 12:00 39-3 15167 5.931 524.800 42.327 548.000 83.060 555.200 76.898 1.092 1.080 0.994
7/20/06 0:00 39-4 15168 7.389 524.800 38.575 547.200 69.872 555.200 64.812 0.936 0.875 0.804
7/20/06 12:00 39-5 15169 8.778 524.800 37.307 548.000 64.364 555.200 59.829 0.856 0.778 0.715
7/21/06 0:00 39-6 15170 7.675 524.800 32.672 547.200 52.367 555.200 48.599 0.750 0.626 0.573
7/21/06 12:00 39-7 15171 10.848 524.800 40.278 547.200 66.323 555.200 62.316 0.883 0.777 0.721
7/22/06 0:00 39-8 15172 11.005 524.800 37.399 547.200 56.419 555.200 52.713 0.792 0.636 0.584
7/22/06 12:00 39-9 15173 7.240 524.800 37.414 547.200 61.430 555.200 56.443 0.905 0.759 0.689
7/23/06 0:00 39-10 15174 10.439 524.800 38.725 547.200 57.841 555.200 53.688 0.849 0.664 0.605
7/23/06 12:00 39-11 15175 11.449 524.800 41.470 547.200 64.746 555.200 60.523 0.901 0.746 0.687
7/24/06 0:00 39-12 15176 10.089 524.800 43.279 547.200 69.112 555.200 64.458 0.996 0.826 0.761
7/24/06 12:00 39-13 15177 6.230 524.800 38.667 547.200 62.146 555.200 57.514 0.973 0.783 0.718
7/25/06 0:00 39-14 15178 9.189 524.800 39.882 546.400 58.816 555.200 54.464 0.921 0.695 0.634
7/25/06 12:00 40-1 15293 3.495 524.800 67.369 547.200 138.716 555.200 125.727 1.916 1.893 1.711
7/26/06 0:00 40-2 15294 4.496 524.800 65.749 547.200 134.602 555.200 122.276 1.838 1.821 1.649
7/26/06 12:00 40-3 15295 2.887 524.800 65.841 547.200 135.071 555.200 121.795 1.889 1.851 1.665
7/27/06 0:00 40-4 15296 4.424 524.800 63.895 547.200 129.021 555.200 117.026 1.784 1.744 1.576
7/27/06 12:00 40-5 15297 3.249 524.800 59.829 547.200 121.854 555.200 110.126 1.697 1.660 1.496
7/28/06 0:00 40-6 15298 4.150 524.800 65.783 547.200 135.196 555.200 123.951 1.849 1.835 1.677
7/28/06 12:00 40-7 15299 3.285 524.800 66.993 547.200 137.389 555.200 125.125 1.911 1.877 1.706
7/29/06 0:00 40-8 15300 4.165 524.800 63.061 547.200 129.802 555.200 118.678 1.767 1.759 1.603
7/29/06 12:00 40-9 15301 5.035 524.800 61.718 547.200 126.926 555.200 116.793 1.700 1.706 1.565
7/30/06 0:00 40-10 15302 6.991 524.800 68.073 547.200 139.260 555.200 128.123 1.832 1.852 1.696
7/30/06 12:00 40-11 15303 3.295 524.800 61.464 547.200 126.685 555.200 115.750 1.745 1.727 1.574
7/31/06 0:00 40-12 15304 3.513 524.800 63.165 548.000 130.390 555.200 119.842 1.790 1.776 1.629
7/31/06 12:00 40-13 15305 5.898 524.800 66.221 548.000 135.019 555.200 124.132 1.810 1.808 1.655
8/1/06 0:00 40-14 15306 3.808 524.800 63.741 548.000 132.934 555.200 121.823 1.798 1.808 1.652
8/1/06 12:00 41-1 17589 0.729 512.800 42.582 ND ND 556.800 1.290 1.256 0.000 0.008
8/2/06 0:00 41-2 17590 0.420 512.800 41.719 ND ND 556.800 1.094 1.239 0.000 0.009
8/2/06 12:00 41-3 17591 0.539 512.800 40.231 ND ND 556.800 1.169 1.191 0.000 0.009
8/3/06 0:00 41-4 17592 0.368 512.800 29.136 ND ND 557.600 0.769 0.863 0.000 0.006
8/3/06 12:00 41-5 17593 0.270 512.800 27.555 ND ND 558.400 0.617 0.819 0.000 0.005
8/4/06 0:00 41-6 17594 0.483 512.800 28.082 ND ND 556.800 0.657 0.828 0.000 0.002
8/4/06 12:00 41-7 17595 0.436 512.800 27.664 ND ND 555.200 0.719 0.817 0.000 0.004
8/5/06 0:00 41-8 17596 0.297 512.800 25.798 ND ND 556.800 0.623 0.765 0.000 0.005
8/5/06 12:00 41-9 17597 0.462 512.800 23.962 ND ND 555.200 0.876 0.705 0.000 0.006







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Appendix 3. 2006 SESF tracer test SE10 spectrofluorophotometer data, continued.

Field Lab Meas. AY73 AY73 AR87 AR87 AR92 AR92 AR87
AY73 PPB AR92 PPB
Sample Sample Baseline Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens Wavelen Intens PPB
Number Number (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (MEAS) (ALC (CALC)
Date Time
1/26/06 14:00 1-1 11327 ND ND ND ND ND ND ND 0.000 0.000 0.000
8/6/06 0:00 41-10 17598 0.404 513.600 21.824 ND ND 557.600 0.527 0.643 0.000 0.002
8/6/06 12:00 41-11 17599 0.314 512.800 22.282 ND ND 556.000 0.606 0.659 0.000 0.004
8/7/06 0:00 41-12 17600 0.299 512.800 21.039 ND ND 555.200 0.494 0.622 0.000 0.003
8/7/06 12:00 41-13 17601 0.430 512.800 21.531 ND ND 555.200 0.677 0.633 0.000 0.003
8/8/06 0:00 41-14 17602 0.484 512.800 22.073 ND ND 556.800 0.931 0.648 0.000 0.006
8/8/06 12:00 41-15 17603 0.385 512.800 20.789 ND ND 555.200 0.546 0.612 0.000 0.002
8/9/06 0:00 41-16 17604 0.461 524.800 16.099 ND ND 555.200 37.658 0.469 0.000 0.521
8/9/06 12:00 41-17 17607 0.454 512.800 20.843 ND ND 557.600 0.626 0.612 0.000 0.002
8/10/06 0:00 42-1 16503 0.906 512.800 73.345 ND ND 555.200 2.084 2.173 0.000 0.016
8/10/06 12:00 42-2 16504 1.008 512.800 64.103 ND ND 556.000 2.151 1.893 0.000 0.016
8/11/06 0:00 42-3 16505 1.558 512.800 74.132 ND ND 555.200 1.955 2.177 0.000 0.006
8/11/06 12:00 42-4 16506 1.035 513.600 63.834 ND ND 555.200 1.463 1.884 0.000 0.006
8/12/06 0:00 42-5 16507 0.770 512.800 68.716 ND ND 556.800 1.905 2.038 0.000 0.016
8/12/06 12:00 42-6 16508 0.860 512.800 67.740 ND ND 556.800 1.927 2.006 0.000 0.015
8/13/06 0:00 42-7 16509 0.865 512.800 66.099 ND ND 556.800 2.225 1.957 0.000 0.019
8/13/06 12:00 42-8 16510 0.991 512.800 64.030 ND ND 555.200 1.791 1.891 0.000 0.011
8/14/06 0:00 42-9 16511 2.054 512.800 58.887 ND ND 557.600 2.276 1.705 0.000 0.003
8/14/06 12:00 42-10 16512 0.450 512.800 53.118 ND ND 556.000 1.604 1.580 0.000 0.016
8/15/06 0:00 42-11 16513 1.041 512.800 59.177 ND ND 555.200 1.437 1.744 0.000 0.006
8/15/06 12:00 42-12 16514 1.177 512.800 111.497 ND ND 555.200 3.080 3.310 0.000 0.027
8/16/06 0:00 42-13 16515 1.660 512.800 118.540 ND ND 556.800 3.366 3.506 0.000 0.024
8/16/06 12:00 42-14 16516 1.363 512.800 118.892 ND ND 555.200 2.519 3.526 0.000 0.016
8/17/06 0:00 42-15 16517 1.834 512.800 113.805 ND ND 564.800 2.878 3.359 0.000 0.015
8/17/06 12:00 42-16 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/18/06 0:00 42-17 16519 2.023 513.600 115.236 ND ND 557.600 3.374 3.396 0.000 0.019
8/18/06 12:00 42-18 16520 2.502 512.800 105.450 ND ND 564.800 2.806 3.088 0.000 0.004
8/19/06 0:00 42-19 16521 1.901 512.800 106.247 ND ND 564.800 2.864 3.130 0.000 0.013
8/19/06 12:00 42-20 16522 2.173 512.800 106.387 ND ND 564.800 2.363 3.126 0.000 0.003
8/20/06 0:00 42-21 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/20/06 12:00 42-22 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/21/06 0:00 42-23 SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA N/A N/A N/A
8/21/06 12:00 43-1 16695 0.283 512.000 11.800 ND ND ND ND 0.346 0.000 0.000
8/22/06 0:00 43-2 16696 0.335 512.800 13.084 ND ND ND ND 0.382 0.000 0.000
8/22/06 12:00 43-3 16697 0.194 512.800 11.805 ND ND ND ND 0.348 0.000 0.000
8/23/06 0:00 43-4 16698 0.214 512.800 11.844 ND ND ND ND 0.349 0.000 0.000
8/23/06 12:00 43-5 16699 0.306 513.600 12.203 ND ND ND ND 0.357 0.000 0.000
8/24/06 0:00 43-6 16700 0.104 512.800 11.811 ND ND ND ND 0.351 0.000 0.000
8/24/06 12:00 43-7 16701 0.170 512.800 10.964 ND ND ND ND 0.324 0.000 0.000
8/25/06 0:00 43-8 16702 0.419 513.600 13.358 ND ND ND ND 0.388 0.000 0.000
8/25/06 12:00 43-9 16703 0.322 512.800 11.402 ND ND ND ND 0.332 0.000 0.000