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12 INCH CONCRETE CULVERT UNDER SPUR ROAD (11113300-BLMPS070) site data in the Water Quality Portal
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This constructed tunnel site, maintained by the New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services (BEACH) (identifier 11113300), has the name "12 INCH CONCRETE CULVERT UNDER SPUR ROAD" and has the identifier 11113300-BLMPS070. This site is in the watershed defined by the 8 digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC)01060003.
This site is located in Strafford County County, New Hampshire at 43.1346800000 degrees latitude and -70.8412800000 degrees longitude using the datum NAD83. The horizontal location collection method was "GPS-Unspecified" and the accuracy is 5 m.
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|Characteristic Group||Date Range*|
|Microbiological||2001 - 2011|
|Organics, Pesticide||2001 - 2011|
|Physical||2001 - 2011|
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|OrganizationFormalName||New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services (BEACH)|
|MonitoringLocationName||12 INCH CONCRETE CULVERT UNDER SPUR ROAD|
|MonitoringLocationDescriptionText||12 INCH CONCRETE CULVERT/STORMWATER PIPE, UNDER SPUR ROAD. DISCONTINUED SAMPLING FALL 2004. SAMPLING FOR PS EFFECTS ON THE GROWING AREA WILL NOW BE CONDUCTED AT THE CONFLUENCE WITH THE GROWING AREA (BLMPS055). THIS SITE WILL BE USED TO HELP TRACK DOWN THE ACTUAL CAUSE OF ANY BACTERIAL PROBLEMS.|