Analytical Results for 38 Hot Spring Samples Collected in the Western United States

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Author: Ficklin, W.H., Smith, C.L., Motooka, J.R.
Description:Abstract: Water samples were collected from hot springs in Colorado, New Mexico,Utah, Nevada, and California. The concentrations of the major constituents were determined by ion chromatography and flame atomic-absorption spectrophotometry. Temperature and pH were determined by conventional techniques. Arsenic and antimony were determined by graphite furnace atomic-absorption spectrophotometry. Iron, zinc, copper, tungsten, and molybdenum were determined by inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry following preconcentration by coprecipitation; USGS OFR-86-283. To download this resource, please see the link provided.
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