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   code: OT10008
   sample type: General Multiple Habitats
   sample_id:10879
   client_sample_code: (missing)
   subproject: DummyNulSam
   label: OT5/56
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1 SUBSAMPLES:

    OT10008 DT1 (subsample_id=117776)
 
 
 SITE:

   site code: OT5   site_id: 18153
   Auglazie River, Putnam Co, OH, US 
      NEON domain: not applicable
   state: Ohio (OH)
On the Auglaize River, Putnam County, this station was located about three miles above the junction with the Ottawa River. It consisted of riffles and pool and slack-water areas very similar to Station 1 except that the riffles were upstream, rather than the downstream, from the pool. The right bank was sloping, while the left was rather steep. Both banks were lined with trees and bushes. The riffles consisted of various sized rocks with water eight to ten inches deep. The pool and slack-water areas had water two to three feet deep on the left bank that gradually became shallower down to a few inches on the right. The bottom had muddy areas along the right bank and intermittent patches of mud throughout the pool. The river at this point had a fairly heavy silt load. No oily odor could be detected in either the water or the mud. (1956 & 1957 reports.) The 1960 report says: The riffles consisted of various sized rocks with water six to ten inches deep. (1960 report.)
   latitude in decimal: 40.973350
   longitude in decimal: -84.255317
   waterbody type: stream / river
   ecoregion:
     Eastern Temperate Forests
       Central USA Plains
         Huron/Erie Lake Plains
   county: Putnam
   country: United States (US)


   collected on: 7/4/1956 12:00:00 AM
   installation_date: 7/4/1956 12:00:00 AM
   added to database on: 10/26/2005 4:34:00 PM, added by: dbo
   sample record last modified on: 4/19/2011 5:36:00 PM, modified by: palmer
 
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