B-9 Pit (UTEMTN-B-9 Pit) site data in the Water Quality Portal
Data Provider: STORET (Learn more about Water Quality Portal Data Providers)
This borehole site, maintained by the Ute Mountain Utes Tribe (Colorado) (identifier UTEMTN), has the name "B-9 Pit" and has the identifier UTEMTN-B-9 Pit. This site is in the watershed defined by the 8 digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) 14080201. You can learn more about what is happening in this HUC at the EPA's Surf Your Watershed site or at the USGS Science In Your Watershed site.
This site is located in Montezuma County County, Colorado at 37.2041694400 degrees latitude and -109.0208272200 degrees longitude using the datum NAD83. No horizontal location accuracy metadata is available.
To download the metadata about this site along with water quality data, go to the Portal Page and enter "UTEMTN-B-9 Pit" into the "Site ID" box under Site Parameters
What other monitoring locations are upstream or downstream from this one?
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|Characteristic Group||Date Range*|
|Information||2015 - 2015|
|Inorganics, Major, Metals||2015 - 2015|
|Inorganics, Major, Non-metals||2015 - 2015|
|Inorganics, Minor, Metals||2015 - 2015|
|Inorganics, Minor, Non-metals||2015 - 2015|
|Not Assigned||2015 - 2015|
|Organics, Other||2015 - 2015|
|Organics, Pesticide||2015 - 2015|
|Physical||2015 - 2015|
What other information is available for this location?
For the definitions of the metadata elements, please go to the Water Quality Portal user guide
|OrganizationFormalName||Ute Mountain Utes Tribe (Colorado)|
|MonitoringLocationDescriptionText||3' deep borehole in the bottom of B-9 remediation pit, excavated approximately 5' below original ground surface. RIM Operating,Inc. Reclamation site for legacy leaking/spill contaminated location. Site will eventually be cleaned/backfilled and reclaimed however as of 1/29/2016 petroleum hydrocarbon contamination remains (characterized to approximately 16' deep in sandstone below bottom of pit).|