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Table 8

Table 8--Analyses of water from typical wells in Barton County, Kansas. Analyses by H.A. Stoltenberg. Dissolved constituents given in parts per million (a), and in equivalents per million (b) (in italics)

Well Number Location Depth (feet) Geologic source Date of collection Temperature (deg. F) Dissolved Solids Silica (SiO2) Iron (Fe) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sodium and Potassium (Na + K) Bicarbonate (HCO3) Sulfate (SO4) Chloride (Cl) Fluoride (F) Nitrate (NO3) Hardness (calculated
as CaCO3)
Total Carbonate Non-
carbonate
  T. 16 S., R. 11 W.
16-11-11cc SW SW sec. 11 260 Dakota formation 16-Oct-44 59 3,281   2.4 29
1.45
32
2.63
1191
51.79
414
6.79
279
5.8
1520
42.86
2.4
0.13
18
0.29
204 204 0
16-11-17cd SE SW sec. 27 42.7 Carlile shale 12-Oct-44 58 673   0.18 156
7.78
13
1.07
78
3.4
273
4.48
23
0.48
247
6.96
0.3
0.02
19
0.31
442 224 218
16-11-36dc SW SE sec. 36 188.3 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 58 318   3.5 77
3.84
11
0.9
32
1.41
322
5.28
9.5
0.2
22
0.62
0.5
0.03
1.4
0.02
237 237 0
  T. 16 S., R. 12 W.
16-12-12cb NW SW sec. 12 190.5 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 59 564   564 5.6
0.28
3.6
0.3
215
9.34
381
6.25
48
1
91
2.57
1.2
0.06
2.8
0.04
29 29 0
  T. 16 S., R. 13 W.
16-13-8aa NE NE sec. 8 252 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 59 3,745   6.9 36
1.8
35
2.88
1367
59.47
427
7
227
4.72
1850
52.17
2.8
0.15
7.1
0.11
234 234 0
16-13-12ad SE NE sec. 12 227 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 60 1,982   1.4 19
0.95
13
1.07
727
31.62
546
8.95
275
5.72
660
18.61
3.8
0.2
9.7
0.16
101 101 0
16-13-33da NE SE sec. 33 165.5 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 59 1,780   6.7 21
1.05
15
1.23
630
27.38
565
9.27
388
8.07
430
12.13
2.2
0.12
4.3
0.07
114 114 0
  T. 16 S., R. 14 W.
16-14-2cb NW SW sec. 2 42.6 Greenhorn limestone 16-Oct-44 58 356   1.2 106
5.29
10
0.82
13
0.58
327
5.36
9
0.19
23
0.65
0.2
0.01
30
0.48
306 268 38
16-14-9bc SW NW sec. 9 190 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 61 4,334   6 45
2.24
35
2.88
1571
68.32
468
7.68
416
8.65
2015
56.82
2.8
0.15
8.8
0.14
256 256 0
16-14-26bb1 NW NW sec. 26 20 Carlile shale 7-Sep-44 59 2,277   0.68 581
28.99
28
2.3
81
3.51
412
6.76
103
2.14
440
12.41
0.1
0.01
837
13.48
1564 338 1226
16-14-26bb2 NW NW sec. 26 167.5 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 60 4,646   2.8 70
3.49
49
4.03
1639
71.28
577
9.46
523
10.88
2065
58.23
2.4
0.13
6.2
0.1
376 376 0

Well Number Location Depth (feet) Geologic source Date of collection Temperature (deg. F) Dissolved Solids Silica (SiO2) Iron (Fe) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sodium and Potassium (Na + K) Bicarbonate (HCO3) Sulfate (SO4) Chloride (Cl) Fluoride (F) Nitrate (NO3) Hardness (calculated
as CaCO3)
Total Carbonate Non-
carbonate
  T. 16 S., R. 15 W.
16-15-6dd SE SE sec. 6 209.5 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 59 2,603   1.8 24
1.2
19
1.56
952
41.39
382
6.26
272
5.66
1130
31.87
3.8
0.2
9.7
0.16
138 138 0
16-15-11da NE SE sec. 11 187.5 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 60 1,421   1.5 37
1.85
15
1.23
492
21.38
359
5.89
119
2.48
555
15.65
2.2
0.12
20
0.32
154 154 0
16-15-15dc SW SE sec. 15 40 Undifferentiated Pleistocene 15-Oct-44 59 1,203   1.2 14
0.7
9.2
0.76
447
19.44
372
6.1
81
1.68
460
12.97
2.2
0.12
2
0.03
73 73 0
  T. 17 S., R. 11 W.
17-11-31dc SW SE sec. 31 71.4 Sanborn formation 12-Oct-44 58 390   1.7 92
4.59
10
0.82
42
1.81
315
5.17
19
0.4
45
1.27
0.2
0.01
23
0.37
270 258 12
17-11-36cc SW SW sec. 36 60 Sanborn formation 12-Oct-44 58 320   1 92
4.59
9.2
0.76
20
0.88
337
5.53
6.2
0.13
16
0.45
0.4
0.02
6.2
0.1
268 268 0
  T. 17 S., R. 12 W.
17-12-2cb NW SW sec. 2 150 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 57 519   0.26 66
3.29
16
1.32
108
4.68
349
5.72
100
2.08
46
1.3
1.6
0.08
6.6
0.11
230 230 0
17-12-27cc SW SW sec. 27 153.6 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 58 818   0.8 176
8.78
24
1.97
74
3.21
410
6.72
310
6.45
25
0.71
1.2
0.06
1.5
0.02
538 336 202
17-12-31dc1 SW SE sec. 31 27.3 Alluvium 15-Oct-44 58 1,272   0.86 261
13.02
35
2.88
131
5.71
392
6.43
348
7.24
256
7.22
0.6
0.03
43
0.69
795 322 473
17-12-31dc2 SW SE sec. 31 60 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 57 972   1 154
7.68
28
2.3
158
6.88
461
7.56
240
4.99
140
3.95
1
0.05
19
0.31
499 378 121

Well Number Location Depth (feet) Geologic source Date of collection Temperature (deg. F) Dissolved Solids Silica (SiO2) Iron (Fe) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sodium and Potassium (Na + K) Bicarbonate (HCO3) Sulfate (SO4) Chloride (Cl) Fluoride (F) Nitrate (NO3) Hardness (calculated
as CaCO3)
Total Carbonate Non-
carbonate
  T. 17 S., R. 13 W.
17-13-10dd SE SE sec. 10 65.6 Dakota formation 16-Oct-44 58 523   0.44 138
6.89
15
1.23
33
1.43
414
6.79
21
0.44
46
1.3
0.4
0.02
62
1
406 340 66
17-13-28bb NW NW sec. 28 260 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 59 1,150   0.5 146
7.28
37
3.04
207
9
372
6.1
367
7.63
185
5.22
1
0.05
20
0.32
516 305 211
17-13-31dd SE SE sec. 31 58 Dakota formation 15-Oct-44 59 2,174   2 86
4.29
34
2.79
706
30.7
356
5.84
133
2.77
1030
29.05
1.1
0.06
3.5
0.06
354 292 62
  T. 17 S., R. 14 W.
17-14-11cc SW SW sec. 11 180 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 59 430   1.2 57
2.84
14
1.15
93
4.05
353
3.79
31
0.64
54
1.52
0.7
0.04
3.1
0.05
200 200 0
17-14-33dd SE SE sec. 33 87.5 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 60 622   1.3 120
5.99
28
2.3
61
2.65
260
5.9
202
4.2
27
0.76
1
0.05
2
0.03
414 295 119
  T. 17 S., R. 15 W.
17-15-2ad SE NE sec. 2 198 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 60 6,323   1.9 62
3.09
58
4.77
2300
100.07
486
7.97
427
8.88
3320
90.8
2.6
0.14
8.8
0.14
393 393 0
17-15-23ad SE NE sec. 23 77.5 Dakota formation 7-Sep-44 58 759   0.76 50
2.5
16
1.32
217
9.44
551
9.04
151
3.14
15
0.42
3.4
0.18
30
0.48
191 191 0
  T. 18 S., R. 11 W.
18-11-4ad SE NE sec. 4 160 Dakota formation 27-Aug-45   512 29 0 86 12 82 317 22 111 0.4 2.4 264 260 4
18-11-15bc SW NW sec. 15 32.4 Sanborn formation 12-Oct-44 59 844   5 142
7.08
28
2.3
115
5
339
5.56
108
2.25
174
4.91
0.3
0.02
102
1.64
469 278 191
18-11-19bb NW NW sec. 19 16 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 58 449   0 98
4.89
16
1.32
44
1.91
346
5.67
40
0.83
28
0.79
0.8
0.04
49
0.79
310 284 26
  T. 18 S., R. 12 W.
18-12-12bc SW NW sec. 12 41.2 Dakota formation 12-Oct-44 58 330   0.84 96
4.79
7.8
0.64
22
0.94
327
5.36
2.3
0.05
28
0.79
0.2
0.01
9.7
0.16
272 268 4
  T. 18 S., R. 13 W.
18-13-15da NE NE sec. 15 33.4 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 57 647   0.2 140
6.99
21
1.73
70
3.03
354
5.8
49
1.02
154
4.34
0.2
0.01
36
0.58
436 290 146
  T. 18 S., R. 14 W.
18-14-7cc SW cor. sec. 7 61.5 Dakota formation 6-Sep-44 58 305   1.9 76
3.79
9.9
0.81
26
1.12
259
4.25
31
0.64
26
0.73
0.5
0.03
4.3
0.07
230 212 18
18-14-25cb NW SW sec. 25 55 Sanborn formation 6-Sep-44 58 387   10 82
4.09
16
1.32
45
1.96
350
5.74
32
0.67
31
0.87
0.4
0.02
4.2
0.07
270 270 0
18-14-30cb NW SW sec. 30 61.5 Sanborn formation 6-Sep-44 59 317   7.7 82
4.09
9.2
0.76
26
1.15
307
5.03
13
0.27
23
0.65
0.1
0.01
2.8
0.04
242 242 0
  T. 18 S., R. 15 W.
18-15-1bc SW NW sec. 1 220.2 Dakota formation 16-Oct-44 60 858   4.6 8.4
0.42
5.8
0.48
321
13.98
359
5.89
76
1.58
260
7.33
1
0.05
1.8
0.03
45 45 0
18-15-30dd SE SE sec. 30 35 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 58 385   1.6 99
4.94
13
1.07
29
1.27
350
5.74
49
1.02
17
0.48
0.3
0.02
1.3
0.02
300 287 13
18-15-34ab NW NE sec. 34 30 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 58 502   1.8 103
5.14
14
1.15
68
2.97
404
6.62
73
1.52
38
1.07
0.4
0.02
2
0.03
314 314 0
  T. 19 S., R. 11 W.
19-11-6dd SE cor. sec. 6 61 Sanborn formation 12-Oct-44 58 864   1.7 182
9.08
29
2.38
70
3.04
351
5.76
50
1.04
161
4.54
0.3
0.02
195
3.14
573 288 285
19-11-31bdc1 SW SE NW sec. 31 90 Dakota formation 10-Aug-45   1,231 17 0 159 43 157 251 565 82 0.8 4 573 206 367
  T. 19 S., R. 12 W.
19-12-6bc SW NW sec. 6 15.3 Alluvium 24-Oct-42 59 2,728   4.4 239
11.93
75
6.16
615
26.77
439
7.2
897
18.66
665
18.75
1.1
0.06
12
0.19
904 360 544
19-12-13ad SE NE sec. 13 33.5 Sanborn formation 24-Oct-42 59 1,502   0.71 195
9.73
29
2.38
304
13.23
276
4.53
120
2.5
560
15.79
0.3
0.02
155
2.5
606 226 380
19-12-15dd SE SE sec. 15 85.5 Dakota formation 24-Oct-42 58 405   4.1 109
5.44
11
0.9
28
1.24
300
4.92
13
0.27
77
2.17
0.2
0.01
13
0.21
317 246 71
19-12-28cc SW SW sec. 28 25 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 58 898   0.72 134
6.69
28
2.3
160
6.95
340
5.58
141
2.93
260
7.33
0.7
0.04
3.9
0.06
450 279 171
  T. 19 S., R. 13 W.
19-13-4cc (c) SW SW sec. 4 42 Alluvium 10-Jan-45   270 28 0.04 20 13 55 124 44 48 0.4 2.7 104 104 0
19-13-11cb NW SW sec. 11 47.5 Dakota formation 24-Oct-42 57 1,236   3.6 197
9.83
32
2.63
158
6.85
259
4.25
110
2.29
248
6.99
0.3
0.02
358
5.76
623 212 411
19-13-28cd SE SW sec. 28 113 Meade formation 31-Jul-45   564 14 0 78 16 89 193 115 121 0.7 3.5 260 158 102
19-13-34cd SE SW sec. 34 70 Meade formation 27-Oct-42 58 379   0 72
3.59
14
1.15
50
2.16
267
4.38
69
1.44
33
0.93
0.8
0.04
6.6
0.11
237 219 18
  T. 19 S., R. 14 W.
19-14-6bb NW NW sec. 6 58 Alluvium 27-Oct-42 58 413   0.58 106
5.29
14
1.15
40
1.73
367
6.02
35
0.73
48
1.35
0.3
0.02
3.4
0.05
322 301 21
19-14-7dd SE SE sec. 7 75 Alluvium 27-Oct-42 58 470   0.05 96
4.79
8.9
0.73
69
3
334
5.48
16
0.33
72
2.03
0.3
0.02
41
0.66
276 274 2
19-14-33cd SE SW sec. 33 75 Alluvium 27-Oct-42 58 422   0.26 85
4.24
18
1.48
49
2.13
290
4.76
53
1.1
68
1.92
0.6
0.03
2.8
0.04
286 238 48
  T. 19 S., R. 15 W.
19-15-20aa NE NE sec. 20 34.1 Alluvium 7-Sep-44 59 271   1 66
3.29
9
0.75
28
1.2
265
4.35
11
0.23
21
0.59
0.3
0.02
2.2
0.04
202 202 0
19-15-24bc SW NW sec. 24 28.5 Alluvium 7-Sep-44 58 1,163   1.3 104
5.19
20
1.64
293
12.75
428
7.02
196
4.08
254
7.16
0.5
0.03
80
1.29
342 342 0
19-15-34aa NE NE sec. 34 30 Alluvium 6-Sep-44 59 768   0.6 150
7.48
19
1.56
95
4.15
334
5.48
53
1.1
168
4.74
0.3
0.02
115
1.85
452 274 178
  T. 20 S., R. 11 W.
20-11-2ba NE NW sec. 2 25 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 58 582   0.02 109
5.44
18
1.48
72
3.12
233
3.82
170
3.54
91
2.57
0.7
0.04
4.4
0.07
346 191 155
20-11-18ba NE NW sec. 18 31 Alluvium 24-Oct-42 59 508   1 77
3.84
12
0.99
101
4.38
254
4.16
36
0.75
148
4.17
0.5
0.03
6.2
0.1
242 208 34
  T. 20 S., R. 12 W.
20-12-26ad SE NE sec. 26 43.7 Meade formation 24-Oct-42 59 301   1.1 70
3.49
7.4
0.61
35
1.51
260
4.26
17
0.35
28
0.79
0.4
0.02
12
0.19
205 205 0
  T. 20 S., R. 13 W.
20-13-19aa NE NE sec. 19 32 Meade formation 27-Oct-42 59 358   0 82
4.09
11
0.9
39
1.68
294
4.82
36
0.75
33
0.93
0.4
0.02
9.3
0.15
250 241 9
  T. 20 S., R. 14 W.
20-14-20bc SW NW sec. 20 20 Alluvium 16-Oct-44 59 535   0.05 93
4.64
22
1.81
60
2.62
235
3.85
210
4.37
24
0.68
0.7
0.04
8
0.13
322 192 130
  T. 20 S., R. 15 W.
20-15-19dd SE SE sec. 19 163.4 Dakota formation 6-Sep-44 59 368   1.5 85
4.24
19
1.56
30
1.3
315
5.17
17
0.35
51
1.44
0.8
0.04
6.2
0.1
290 258 32
20-15-22ba NE NW sec. 22 69.5 Dakota formation 6-Sep-44   515   5.9 81
4.04
14
1.15
98
4.27
322
5.28
23
0.48
129
3.64
0.3
0.02
2.5
0.04
260 260 0
20-15-33db NW SE sec. 33 35 Alluvium 7-Sep-44 59 611   0.16 103
5.14
23
1.89
94
4.09
311
5.1
78
1.62
153
4.31
0.5
0.03
3.8
0.06
352 255 97
a. One part per million is equivalent to one pound of substance per million pounds of water or 8.33 pounds per million gallons of water
b. An equivalent per million is a unit chemical equivalent weight of solute per million unit weights of solution. concentration in equivalents per million is calculated by dividing the concentration in parts per million by the chemical combining weight of the substance or ion.
c. Analysis of treated water. Sample taken from tap at city auditorium

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