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Open-File Report 2007-1249

Temporal Geochemistry Data from Five Springs in the Cement Creek Watershed, San Juan County, Colorado

By Raymond H. Johnson, Laurie Wirt, and Kenneth J. Leib

Abstract

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Temporal data from five springs in the Cement Creek watershed, San Juan County, Colorado provide seasonal geochemical data for further research in the formation of ferricretes. In addition, these data can be used to help understand the ground-water flow system. The resulting data demonstrate the difficulty in gathering reliable seasonal data from springs, show the unique geochemistry of each spring due to local geology, and provide seasonal trends in geochemistry for Tiger Iron Spring.

First posted December 23, 2008

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Suggested citation:

Johnson, R.H., Wirt, L., and Leib, K.J., 2007, Temporal geochemistry data from five springs in the Cement Creek watershed, San Juan County, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Open‐File Report 2007–1249, 11 p.



Contents

Abstract

Introduction

Methods

Resulting Data and Discussion

Conclusion

References Cited


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