Physico-chemical parameters and sediment toxicity, southeast interceptor work, Nov. 2015

Physico-chemical parameters and sediment toxicity, southeast interceptor work, Nov. 2015 The main objective of this sampling program was to assess the actual effects of the spill on sediment quality by comparing the analytical results of samples collected during and after the spill with those collected prior to the spill. The purpose of the station distribution was to assess the impacts of the spill near the outlet of the overflow points and in fish habitat, as well as several kilometres downstream, in a natural sediment deposition area in the delta of the Sorel Islands. The document [Summary and Interpretation of Spill Follow-up] (http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/pls/portal/docs/PAGE/EAU_FR/MEDIA/DOCUMENTS/bilan_intercepteursudest_deversement2015.pdf) provides some explanation of these measures. 2022-06-22 Government and Municipalities of Québec donneesouvertes@montreal.ca Nature and Environment MS Excel XSLX Sediment Analysis Chart - 2016 SamplingXLSX https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/b3b4351f-c654-4a3a-8f26-ea882307239d/resource/7e68d127-b93d-48c2-b328-c95073242768/download/tbldeversementanalysesedimentdonneesouvertes20160614.xlsx CSV Sediment Analysis Table - 2016 SamplingCSV https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/b3b4351f-c654-4a3a-8f26-ea882307239d/resource/1f1c6d2f-0a96-4a86-8020-588a0b484482/download/tbldeversementanalysesedimentdonneesouvertes20160614.csv MS Excel XSLX Sediment Analysis Chart - 2015 SamplingXLSX https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/b3b4351f-c654-4a3a-8f26-ea882307239d/resource/f1c97750-8147-4204-ba68-e9983e491e91/download/deversementanalysesediment.xlsx CSV Sediment Analysis Table - 2015 SamplingCSV https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/b3b4351f-c654-4a3a-8f26-ea882307239d/resource/85bfc123-72ed-444b-8485-4cfda797ed86/download/deversementanalysesediment.csv Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTML https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/b3b4351f-c654-4a3a-8f26-ea882307239d

The main objective of this sampling program was to assess the actual effects of the spill on sediment quality by comparing the analytical results of samples collected during and after the spill with those collected prior to the spill. The purpose of the station distribution was to assess the impacts of the spill near the outlet of the overflow points and in fish habitat, as well as several kilometres downstream, in a natural sediment deposition area in the delta of the Sorel Islands. The document [Summary and Interpretation of Spill Follow-up] (http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/pls/portal/docs/PAGE/EAU_FR/MEDIA/DOCUMENTS/bilan_intercepteursudest_deversement2015.pdf) provides some explanation of these measures.

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