The [R.sup.2] values of the fittings (0.0946-0.2297 in Table 2) for KC2 to KC7 are substantially poorer than the [R.sup.2] values of the previous MNR study for metal contaminated sediment ([R.sup.2] = 0.400, 0.540, and 0.523 for Pb in Deer Lodge, Gold Creek, and Turah Bridge, respectively (Moore and Langner 2012), confirming no significant NR potential for KC2 to KC7.
Unlike the water phase, MNR of LCS in Klity Creek was not functioning for KC2 to KC7 and cannot be used as a remediation alternative under the current situation where the potential sources are not properly managed.
Total Pb concentrations in water at (A) KC4 and (B) KC7, and total Pb concentrations in sediment at (C) KC4 and (D) KC8 over 10 years of NR fit by the empirical NR (Equations 2 and 3).
Ra7+ Ke6 66.Nh6 Rc4 67.Ra6+ Kd7 68.Ng8 Kc7
69.Rc1 Bd3 70.Rg1 Kb7 71.Rd6 f4+ 72.Kh2 Bf5 73.Nh6 Bc2 74.Rc1 Rb4 75.Ra1 Kc7
76.Nf7 Bb1 77.Rd1 Bf5 78.Rac1+ Rc2 79.Rxc2+ Bxc2 80.Rc1 Rb2 81.Ne5 Kb7 82.h4 Ka6 83.Nc6 Bd3 84.Ne5 Bf5 85.Rc4 Kb5 86.Rc7 a3 87.Ra7 a2 88.Ra8 Re2 89.Nf7 Be6 90.Nh8 g5 91.hxg5 Bd5 92.Rxa2 Rxa2 0-1
35 Qxe5 Bxc6 36 Qe6 Rb1+ 37 Rxb1 Rxb1+ 38 Kh2 Rb6 39 g4 Bb7 40 Qg8+ Kc7
41 Qf7 Bc6 42 Qxe7+ Bd7 43 Qc5+ Rc6 44 Qxd5 Re6 45 Kg3 Rel 46 c4 Re2 47 Qa5+ Kb7 48 Qb4+ Kc8 49 Qa3 Kb8 50 d5 Re4 51 c5 Bxg4 Black resigns.
45 Nf3 Kd8 46 Ne5 g4 47 Qh8+ Kc7
48 Kd2 Kb7 49 N:c6!
2.Ba7 Kc6 3.Bd4 Kc7
4.a7 Kb7 The Black King cannot be forced away from a8/b7.
Black Resigns After 36...Kxd8 37.Nc6+ Kd7 38.Qxe7+ Kxc6 39.Qxe6+ Kc7
4O.Kd2 White is winning easily.
35.Kf1 Kc6 36.Rb8 Kc7
37.Rf8 Nxb4 38.Rxf6 Nd5 39.Ra6 Kb7 40.Ra5 Ne3+ 41.Ke2 Nc2 42.Kd3 Ne1+ 43.Ke4 h4 44.Ra21-0