The report summarizes the procedures used to analyze selected aquatic and emergent plant, aquatic insect, and fish samples for specific metals; and presents the results of the analyses along with some interpretation. Samples were received from Region 4, Environmental Services Division, Athens, Georgia, under an agreement in which the ERL-C Site Assessment Team would determine the metal content of the samples, lead being the primary metal of interest, and forward the results to Region 4 to aid in the site assessments. Samples were collected from two Superfund sites in the southeast United States, the Kassouf-Kimerling site in Tampa, FL, and the Schuylkill site in Plant City, FL. Both were 'battery cracking' sites. The samples were acid digested to reduce them to inorganic constituents which were then analyzed with ICP-AES (inductively-coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy). Metals assessed included calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc, aluminum, iron, manganese, copper, chromium, nickel, arsenic, lead, boron, cobalt, and molybdenum.