Strontium 66μg/L, barium 14μg/L in Sierra snowmelt

I collected snow melt from a mountain stream in Strawberry, CA, 5,325 feet above sea level on April 4th, 2016. When I sent it for analysis, it came back with strontium at 66μg/L and barium at 14μg/L. Other metals were below reporting limits.

Here’s a link to the full pdf of the report: 2016-4-4

And here’s the mountain stream I got the sample from:-

Aluminum 310μg/L in Forest Hill, CA rain, 6x reporting limits.

Aluminum was measured at 310μg/L in Forest Hill, CA rainwater on 3-30-16, six times over the reporting limit of 50μg/L. Barium was at 5.5μg/L and lead at 1.9μg/L, almost 4x reporting limits. I have the full report on file, but the sender prefers to remain anonymous. Got a rain, hair, bark, blood, whatever test? Contact me through this form. I’m a bit backlogged, but I’ll get them up when I can.

Aluminum 170μg/L, barium 19μg/L, manganese 12μg/L, strontium 30μg/L & titanium 5.5μg/L, in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 3rd, 2016 tested positive for aluminum at 170μg/L, barium at 19μg/L, manganese at 12μg/L, strontium at 30μg/L and titanium at 5.5μg/L.

Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2016-03-03

Strontium 20μg/L, aluminum 19μg/L & barium 10μg/L in SF rain

Rainwater collected in San Francisco on February 17th, 2016 tested positive for strontium at 20μg/L, aluminum at 19μg/L and barium at 10μg/L. Arsenic and manganese were not detected above reporting limits.

Here’s a pdf of the full report: 2016-02-17