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Main Title Method 1631, revision C : mercury in water by oxidation, purge and trap, and cold vapor atomic fluorescence spectrometry.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water,
Year Published 2001
Report Number EPA/821/R-01/024
Stock Number PB2001-102796
Subjects Mercury--Analysis. ; Water--Analysis. ; Trace elements in water--Measurement. ; Fluorescence spectroscopy. ; Fluorescence spectrometry
Additional Subjects Water pollution monitoring ; Water quality ; Sampling ; Test methods ; Mercury(Metal) ; Heavy metals ; Water quality data ; Analytical chemistry ; Quality conrol ; Chemical analysis ; Water pollution standards ; EPA Method 1631
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NTIS  PB2001-102796 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 38 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Abstract
Method 1631 (the 'Method') supports water quality monitoring programs authorized under the Clean Water Act (CWA; the 'Act'). CWA Section 304(a) requires EPA to publish water quality criteria that reflect the latest scientific knowledge concerning the physical fate (e.g., concentration and dispersal) of pollutants, the effects of pollutants on ecological and human health, and the effect of pollutants on biological community diversity, productivity, and stability. CWA Section 303 requires each State to set a water quality standard for each body of water within its boundaries. A State water quality standard consists of a designated use or uses of a waterbody or a segment of a waterbody, the water quality criteria that are necessary to protect the designated use or uses, and an antidegradation policy. These water quality standards serve two purposes: (1) they establish the water quality goals for a specific waterbody, and (2) they are the basis for establishing water quality-based treatment controls and strategies beyond the technology-based controls required by CWA Sections 301(b) and 306.
Notes
"Revision C." "March 2001." Includes bibliographical references. "EPA 821-R-01-024"--Cover. Microfiche.