Environmental Health Bureau
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This report summarizes all water quality data collected from Goldsworth Valley Pond, which is part of the Kalamazoo River Corridor 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.

Kalamazoo River at Spring Brook (State of Michigan Basin ID #: 17 65)
       Goldsworth Valley Pond
              GVP-05Western Michigan University, near Goldsworth Drive and North Dormitory RoadCity of Kalamazoo (20)


Site Code: GVP-05, Goldsworth Valley Pond
SampleSampleE. coli BacteriaWater TemperatureDissolved OxygenpHConductivityTDSTurbidity
DateTime(MPN)(degrees F)mg/L% Saturation(units)(mS / cm)(g / L)(NTU)
10/22/200709:4032.360.18.383.0%9.150.5560.43.7
10/22/200709:3056.559.56.868.3%9.040.5570.44.2
10/22/200709:2043.559.78.383.4%9.070.5560.43.8
10/22/200709:10290.959.66.868.4%8.680.5900.48.3
Summary
Statistics
Count44444444
Average105.859.77.675.8%8.990.5650.45.0
Minumum32.359.56.868.3%8.680.5560.43.7
Maximum290.960.18.383.4%9.150.5900.48.3
 
Above represents the summary statistics of ambient water quality conditions and below is a summary of E. coli bacteria results for GVP-05 (Goldsworth Valley Pond) between October 2007 and October 2007. This site is located in Section Number 20 of City of Kalamazoo, Western Michigan University, near Goldsworth Drive and North Dormitory Road.
 
 0 out of 4 water sample results exceeded 300 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.
 1 out of 4 water sample results were between 130 and 299 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.
 3 out of 4 water sample results were less than 130 bacteria colonies per 100 ml of water.