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- Arsenic sampling site 1 on North Fork of Coal Creek - CCWC-AS-1 (Stream)
- Arsenic sampling site 2 on South Fork of Coal Creek - CCWC-AS-2 (Stream)
- Lower Ender Mill arsenic sampling site 3 - CCWC-AS-3L (Stream)
- Upper Ender Mill arsenic sampling site 3 - CCWC-AS-3U (Stream)
- Arsenic sampling site OPP - CCWC-AS-OPP (Stream)
- Baxter Creek at mouth, above Poverty Gulch - CCWC-BC-2 (Stream)
- Bog drainage upstream of Kebler Pass Road and Coal Creek - CCWC-BOG-00 (Stream)
- First unnamed tributary downstream of BOG-00 above Kebler Pass Rd; sample collected about 5 m above rd. The site is approximately 100 m downstream of BOG-00 and 55 m upstream of CULVERT #1. The water drains from a breached area on the fen ditch. - CCWC-BOG-OPP-1 (Stream)
- Second unnamed tributary/seep downstream of BOG-00 above Kebler Pass Road; sample collected about 5 m above rd. The site is approximately 135 m downstream of BOG-00 and about 20 m above CULVERT #2. The water drains from a breached area on the fen ditch. - CCWC-BOG-OPP-2 (Stream)
- Third unnamed tributary downstream of BOG-00 above Kebler Pass Rd; collected about 5 m above rd. Flows from BOG-OPP-1, BOG-OPP-2, & BOG-OPP-3 combine in the ditch immediately above CULVERT #3. The water drains from a breached area on the fen ditch. - CCWC-BOG-OPP-3 (Stream)
- Drainage from the eastern portion of the wetland below the Fen Ditch. This tributary may provide flow to the lower BOG-OPP sites. - CCWC-BOG-OPP-4 (Stream)
- Drainage from the western portion of the wetland below the Fen Ditch. This tributary may provide flow to the lower BOG-OPP sites. - CCWC-BOG-OPP-5 (Stream)
- Bog tributary above the fen ditch. - CCWC-BOG-WT (Stream)
- Coal Creek above pedestrian bridge on Butte Ave. - CCWC-COAL-00 (Stream)
- Coal Creek at Totem Pole Park below the bridge and stormwater discharge - CCWC-COAL-01 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above Crested Butte and below irrigation diversions - CCWC-COAL-02 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below Wildcat Trail bridge - CCWC-COAL-05 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above Wildcat Trail Bridge and below the Crested Butte water supply intake and the Keystone waste water treatment plant outfall - CCWC-COAL-06 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below Crested Butte water supply intake and above the Keystone WWTP Outfall - CCWC-COAL-10 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below input from KEY-CULVERT- which drains road and western portion of Keystone Mine Property. - CCWC-COAL-10.5 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above input from KEY_CULVERT- which drains road and western portion of Keystone Mine. - CCWC-COAL-10.75 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above Crested Butte water supply intake and Keystone WTP Outfall. - CCWC-COAL-11 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above the Mount Emmons Iron Fen and Gossan. - CCWC-COAL-12 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below confluence with Elk Creek - CCWC-COAL-15 (Stream)
- Coal Creek above Elk Creek - CCWC-COAL-20 (Stream)
- Coal Creek about 50 meters above Splains Gulch Road, where the chip seal ends. Location established for the Kebler Pass Road magnesium chloride investigation. - CCWC-COAL-22 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below the confluence of Anthracite and Ruby Creeks, below junction of roads to Lake Irwin, Ohio Creek and Kebler Pass summit. - CCWC-COAL-25 (Stream)
- North fork of Coal Creek near Kebler Pass "Y" - CCWC-COAL-26 (Stream)
- North fork of Coal Creek just upstream of Kebler Pass "Y" - CCWC-COAL-27 (Stream)
- Coal Creek below Irwin town site and the Forest Queen Mine - CCWC-COAL-30 (Stream)
- The largest/main tributary of Coal Creek, approximately 75 yards downstream of the last man-made Forest Queen Mine pond and below the Irwin Townsite. - CCWC-COAL-32 (Stream)
- First culvert downstream of BOG-00 and immediately below BOG-OPP-3. The culvert recieves flow from BOG-OPP-1, BOG-OPP-2, and BOG-OPP-3. The culvert goes under Kebler Pass rd at BOG-OPP-3. The culvert is black corrugated plastic. - CCWC-CULVERT #1 (Stream)
- CULVERT #2 is about 190 m down from CULVERT #1. There are not typically surface tributaries between CULVERT #1 and CULVERT #2. Groundwater seeps from the road cut-slope and water that by-passed CULVERT #1 create the flow at CULVERT #2. - CCWC-CULVERT #2 (Stream)
- Third culvert below BOG-00. There are not typically tributaries between CULVERT #2 & CULVERT #3. Groundwater seeps & dispersed surface flow create flow in the ditch immediatley downstream of CULVERT #2. - CCWC-CULVERT #3 (Stream)
- The fifth culvert downstream of BOG-00. There are two tributaries between CULVERT #4 and CULVERT #5. The second tributary accounts for about 80 percent of the flow at CULVERT #5. The second tributary likely drains a portion of the Gossan. - CCWC-CULVERT #5 (Stream)
- Discharge at lower collapsed adit of Elk Creek mine - CCWC-EC-01 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Discharge at toe of Elk Creek Mine wasterock pile - CCWC-EC-02 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Elk Creek near mouth above Kebler Pass Road and Coal Creek - CCWC-ELK-00 (Stream)
- Elk Creek downstream of Elk Creek mine influence - CCWC-Elk-09 (Stream)
- Elk Creek downstream of Standard Mine but upstream of Elk Creek Mine - CCWC-Elk-10 (Stream)
- Tributary east of Elk Creek near mouth above Kebler Pass Road and Coal Creek, flow originates in basin east of the Elk Creek drainage. - CCWC-ELK-EAST (Stream)
- Evans Basin Tributary near mouth above Kebler Pass road and pedestrian bridge - CCWC-EVANS (Stream)
- Culvert outfall with flow from both the road ditch and Evans Basin hillslope - CCWC-EVANS EAST (Stream)
- First breach on the west end of the ditch used to direct runoff from the fen away from the Kebler Pass road cutslope. - CCWC-FD-00 (Stream)
- Second breach from the west end of the ditch used to direct runoff from the fen away from the Kebler Pass road cutslope. - CCWC-FD-01 (Stream)
- Inflow to the pond at the center of the fen - CCWC-FEN-INFLOW (Stream)
- Outflow from the pond at the center of the fen. - CCWC-FEN-OUTFLOW (Stream)
- Groundwater spring, sampled on the surface, near the fen pond inflow. - CCWC-FEN SPRING #1 (Stream)
- Groundwater spring, sampled on the surface, southwest of the fen pond inflow. - CCWC-FEN SPRING #2 (Stream)
- Groundwater spring, sampled on the surface, near the fen pond (formerly referred to as small round spring). - CCWC-FEN SPRING #3 (Stream)
- Location of batteries at the Forest Queen Mine removed in 2009. Site is approximately 50 feet south of adit to Forest Queen Mine. - CCWC-FQM-Battery Site (Stream)
- Pond of Coal Creek adjacent to the tressle. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 1 (Stream)
- Pond downstream of the Silver Queen and Silver King Mines. FQM- Pond 2 is the downstream pond of 3 ponds found about 20 meters from the Irwin Townsite Road. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 2 (Stream)
- Pond downstream of the Silver Queen and Silver King Mines. FQM- Pond 3 is the middle pond of 3 ponds found about 20 meters from the Irwin Townsite Road. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 3 (Stream)
- Pond downstream of the Silver Queen and Silver King Mines. FQM- Pond 4 is the upper pond of 3 ponds found about 20 meters from the Irwin Townsite Road. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 4 (Stream)
- Pond downstream of the Silver Queen and Silver King Mines. FQM- Pond 5 is east of ponds 3 and 4. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 5 (Stream)
- Pond downstream of the Silver Queen and Silver King Mines. FQM- Pond 7 is upgradient of the other ponds and nearest to the mine adits. - CCWC-FQM-Pond 7 (Stream)
- Forest Queeen Mine tributary above pond and road crossing; coordinates assigned based on location description. - CCWC-FQM-Trib (Stream)
- Discharge from Gossan Mine adit - CCWC-GM-01 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Gunsight Processing Area: Bench 1 seep - CCWC-GNST B 1-E SEEP (Spring)
- Gunsight Processing Area: Bench 2 seep - CCWC-GNST B 2-SEEP (Spring)
- Gusnight Processing Area: Bench 3 seep - CCWC-GNST B 3-SEEP (Spring)
- Drainage from the gossan complex, above Kebler Pass road. The tributary flows under Kebler Pass road at CULVERT #5. - CCWC-GOSSAN-00 (Stream)
- Western drainage from the gossan complex and adit wetland, above Kebler Pass road. The tributary flows under Kebler Pass road at CULVERT #5. The site is about 60 meters west of GOSSAN-00 on Kebler Pass Road. - CCWC-GOSSAN-00W (Stream)
- Drainage from the gossan at the bottom of the debris flow. The drainage flows to GOSSAN-00. - CCWC-GOSSAN-01 (Stream)
- Drainage from the Gossan Complex that drains to a small pool approximately 60 meters west-southwest of GOSSAN-01 - CCWC-GOSSAN-02 (Stream)
- Runoff and seeps from the Gunsite Mine Processing Area - CCWC-GSM-1 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Lake Irwin Outlet at flume - CCWC-IR-00 (Stream)
- Robinson Creek above Lake Irwin inlet - CCWC-IR-01 (Stream)
- Irwin Creek above Lake Irwin - CCWC-IR-02 (Stream)
- Coal Creek immediately below the confluence with Irwin Creek and above the Irwin Townsite Road crossing. - CCWC-ITS-CONFLUENCE (Stream)
- Irwin Creek about 500 meters downstream of flume and above Laird Road by about 160 meters - CCWC-ITS-CREEK (Stream)
- Irwin Creek above the road that provides access to the Laird property. - CCWC-ITS-LAIRD (Stream)
- Roadside ditch below Lake Irwin and upper cluster of homes. - CCWC-ITS-ROAD (Stream)
- Irwin Creek below the Stratman property. - CCWC-ITS-STRATMAN (Stream)
- This location is now referred to as KEY-00. - CCWC-KD-01 (Stream)
- Keystone Outfall Drainage above Kebler Pass Road and Coal Creek - CCWC-KEY-00 (Stream)
- Keystone WWTP Outfall Drainage. - CCWC-KEY-01 (Stream)
- North Interceptor ditch (stormwater flows). - CCWC-KEY-02 (Stream)
- Culvert outfall that drains the Keystone hill-slope. The culvert is about 320 meters downstream of mile marker 29 on Kebler Pass road. - CCWC-KEY-CULVERT (Stream)
- Bar Ditch flows from the Keystone Mine Property. - CCWC-KEY DITCH (Stream)
- 1,000 feet upstream of Key-Ditch sample site along Kebler Pass Road. - CCWC-KEY-DITCH 1000' (Stream)
- 1,500 feet upstream of Key-Ditch sample site along Kebler Pass Road. - CCWC-KEY-DITCH 1500' (Stream)
- 500 feet upstream of Key-Ditch sample site along Kebler Pass Road. - CCWC-KEY-DITCH 500' (Stream)
- Unnamed tributary below all of the Keystone tributaries, that enters Coal Creek from the north. Flow from the unnamed tributary enters Coal Creek above COAL-05. - CCWC-KEY-OPP (Stream)
- Wash above mile marker 29 on Kebler Pass Road - CCWC-MM-29 WASH #1 (Stream)
- Wash below mile marker 29 on Kebler Pass Road - CCWC-MM-29 WASH #2 (Stream)
- Second flowing wash above mile marker 29 on Kebler Pass Road - CCWC-MM-29 WASH #3 (Stream)
- Wolverine Creek at mouth, above Oh-Be-Joyful Creek - CCWC-OBJ-3 (Stream)
- Oh-Be-Joyful creek at mouth, above Slate River - CCWC-OBJ-4 (Stream)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 10 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 11 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 12 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 14 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 16 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 7 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 8 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several piezometers installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-PIEZOMETER 9 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Poverty Gulch above trail crossing (the trail continues to Augusta Mine and tunnel) - CCWC-POV-1a (Stream)
- Mainstem of Poverty Gulch below confluence with Baxter Creek - CCWC-POV-3 (Stream)
- Poverty Gulch at mouth, above Slate River - CCWC-POV-4 (Stream)
- Discharge at Robinson Basin mine adit - CCWC-RB-01 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Discharge at toe of Robinson Basin mine wasterock pile - CCWC-RB-02 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Robinson Creek downstream of all Robinson Basin mine influences - CCWC-RC-Downstream (Stream)
- Robinson Creek upstream of Robinson Basin mine - CCWC-RC-Upstream (Stream)
- Roadside Ditch below Splains Gulch Road, just after the end of the chip seal. Location established for the Kebler Pass Road magnesium chloride investigation. - CCWC-RSD-SPLAINS (Stream)
- Splains Gulch at mouth above Coal Creek - CCWC-SP-00 (Stream)
- Slate River below Crested Butte Wastewater Treatment Plant - CCWC-SR-10 (Stream)
- Slate River above Crested Butte Wastewater Treatment Plant - CCWC-SR-11 (Stream)
- Unnamed tributary to Slate River at mouth, tributary drains NE Flank of Purple Mountain - CCWC-SR-2 (Stream)
- Slate River about 1/2 mile above last road crossing - CCWC-SR-3a (Stream)
- Slate River above road at the last road crossing - CCWC-SR-3b (Stream)
- Slate River above Pittsburg Mine - CCWC-SR-4 (Stream)
- Slate River below Pittsburg Mine and above Poverty Gulch - CCWC-SR-5 (Stream)
- Slate River below Poverty Gulch, above wetland - CCWC-SR-6 (Stream)
- Slate River above Oh-Be-Joyful Creek and BLM Campground - CCWC-SR-7 (Stream)
- Slate River below Oh-Be-Joyful Creek - CCWC-SR-8 (Stream)
- Slate River immediately above Coal Creek and Gothic Road Bridge - CCWC-SR-9 (Stream)
- Augusta Mine Portal - CCWC-T-2 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 1 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 2 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 2.5 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 3 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 4 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 5 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 6 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- One of several wells installed at the Mount Emmons Iron Fen to investigate groundwater flow in the project area. - CCWC-WELL 7 (Aggregate groundwater use)
- Wildcat Cat Creek at mouth, above Coal Creek - CCWC-WILD-00 (Stream)