In the space preceding each of the following characteristics, enter an "S" if it
applies more to a surface water source or a "G" if it app lies more to a ground
_____Quantity not readiIy apparent.
_____Frequently has a high mineral content.
The most important physical characteristics of water are:
a. Color, odor. taste, basic value, and turbidity.
b. Odor and taste, color, turbidity, and temperature.
Turbidity, color, acid, odor and taste, and temperature.
d. Temperature, radiological activity, odor and taste, turbidity, and heat.
Total dissolved solids consist of small amounts of organic and inorganic
substances or _______________ and _________________________.
Water with a pH of 4.4 is:
a. Acid in character.
b. Alkaline in character.
The palatabiIity of water is affected by its odor and taste, but not ____________.
A ____________________ usually best meets the needs of a unit because of
its accessibiIity and quantity.