Environmental Health Bureau
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This report summarizes all water quality data collected at Site AUG-10, Augusta Creek in the Augusta Creek at Gage #04105700 Basin of the Augusta Creek Sub-Watershed, which is part of the larger Kalamazoo River Watershed. (see map to the right)

Water sampling and measurements are conducted by Environmental Health Bureau staff.

Augusta Creek at Gage #04105700 (State of Michigan Basin ID #: 17 48)
       Augusta Creek
              AUG-10West side of Litts Road, immediately north of Leinaar RoadBarry Township (23)


Site Code: AUG-10, Augusta Creek
SampleSampleE. coli BacteriaWater TemperatureDissolved OxygenpHConductivityTDSTurbidity
DateTime(MPN)(degrees F)mg/L% Saturation(units)(mS / cm)(g / L)(NTU)
11/23/200913:0047.341.214.3112.4%8.370.4350.32.2
10/29/200914:0579.849.212.1106.4%8.250.4240.32.7
10/08/200914:2096.047.213.2112.9%8.270.4570.32.2
09/09/200914:15261.367.0N/AN/A8.170.4520.32.7
07/16/200912:30727.069.97.483.2%8.570.4120.33.6
06/18/200913:251,203.370.26.371.1%7.890.4010.34.2
05/14/200913:05145.562.38.789.8%8.140.3790.24.2
04/16/200913:456.352.913.0119.8%8.410.3550.23.1
11/20/200812:1093.237.311.484.8%7.420.3600.22.8
10/21/200812:1070.348.49.380.5%8.000.3650.26.3
09/23/200811:35193.562.46.567.2%7.880.3180.21.9
08/21/200812:50307.666.16.973.9%8.030.5390.44.2
Summary
Statistics
Count1212111112121212
Average269.356.29.991.1%8.120.4080.33.3
Minumum6.337.36.367.2%7.420.3180.21.9
Maximum1,203.370.214.3119.8%8.570.5390.46.3
 
Above represents the summary statistics of ambient water quality conditions and below is a summary of E. coli bacteria results for AUG-10 (Augusta Creek) between August 2008 and November 2009. This site is located in Section Number 23 of Barry Township, West side of Litts Road, immediately north of Leinaar Road.
 
 3 out of 12 water sample results exceeded 300 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.
 3 out of 12 water sample results were between 130 and 299 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.
 6 out of 12 water sample results were less than 130 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.