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Evaluation of the replicate samples followed procedures described in Rattray () because of seasonal changes in air temperature, the dependence of oxygen solubility on water temperature, and evaporation.
) on the ESRP ranged from about 3–137 m with a mean depth of about 53 m; the maximum depth of well open intervals was 71 m with a mean maximum depth of 33 m.
Consequently, this study investigates the geochemistry of the shallow (upper 71 m) ESRP aquifer.
Site number, date sampled, measurements of the stable isotopes (2 sigma uncertainty) of hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon and the radiogenic isotope tritium (1 sigma uncertainty), and approximate age of water The reliability of water-quality data was evaluated with the replicate samples and calculation of the charge balance (CB) of water samples.
Groundwater with elevated dissolved-solids concentrations—containing large concentrations of chloride, sodium, sulfate, and calcium—is present in the Mud Lake area of Eastern Idaho.
The source of these solutes is unknown; however, an understanding of the geochemical sources and processes controlling their presence in groundwater in the Mud Lake area is needed to better understand the geochemical sources and processes controlling the water quality of groundwater at the Idaho National Laboratory.