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Full text of "Final Corrective Action Plan Commissary/PX Study Area, Presidio of San Francisco, California"

December 16, 2003 

Mt. DcvcndcrNiirala 
CaliFomJa Wmcr QualiEy Cdihiu] Board 
San Francisco Bay Rcgcon 
l515ClaySlrccuSu[lc 1400 
Oakland, California 94612 

Sjb]cclL Fin ill Corrcclivc Aclion Plan 

Coramissarv/PX Sludv Area 
Pirsidio of San Francisco - San Fr.incisco. CaMfomLa 

Dear Mr. Narala: 

Enclosed plea^ find one copy of [he Fimii Corieclive Acfion Flan. Commissary/PX Siuiiy Area. 

Fie^\dio of Sun F/iinascn. Cahjom/a dated December 2005. This documcnl wj.'. prepared by 
Tread well & Rollo lor [he Presidio Triisl. A copy of Ihc Drjf[ Correclive Ac[ion Plan {CAPl was 
iubmilled on July 30. 2004 for RWQC B and public review and co[nmen[. The Drafl CAP 
received exlen^jvc comments and ihe Trust's re^pon^s lo commcnls Jie picAcnlcd in 
Appendix A of I he encloicd Final CAP. 

The resolution of comments and prepara[Lon of the enclosed Final CAP irqnired a lengthy period 

of [ime. The Tmsl acknowledges and appreci ales ihe RWQCB's palicnce and uillingriess lo 
cooniinale *ilh the Trusi concerning ihis CAP dun ng this period. The Tru^l would like lo 
schedule a lime lo meet *ilh you to futient the pnmary differences between the Drafl and Final 
CAPs and ihc rairon ale for ihe corrective aclions selected in ihe Final CAP. 

The Tmsl ha.', also begun preparalion of the Implementation Work Plan a.'.sociaicd wiih ihe 

selected correclive JLtioni required by ihe FmaF CAP. Currently, ihe Tru^t is required to 
comiaence con&lruction for ihe selected corrective actions at ihc Commissary PX Site by 

Febniary 21.2006, 

Please do not hesjiaic lo call me ai [415) 561 -4259 ivilh any quesiioa&. 
Sincerely^ 




Craig Cooper 

Environmenliil Reniediation Prograni Manager 
THE PRESIDIO TRUST 

EncloTiiire 

CC: Briiin Ullcnfivang.KPS Roberl Bogg^. DISC 

Doug Kcm.RAB Mark Yourgkia.RAB (CD oniy) 




FINAL 

CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN 

COMMISSAHY/PX STUDY AREA 

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Prcpai-^d For: 

The Presidio Trust 

34 Graham Streel. P,0. Box 29052 

Sdh Franci&co. CaliforniD 94129-(H)52 

415/561-53(10 fax 415/561-5315 



December 2005 



FINAL 

CORRECTI\'E ACTION PLAN 

COMMISSARV/1'X STUUY AREA 

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Pri-f Hired For: 

The Pre.sidiu Trust 

34 C;rahani Street. P.O, Bos 29052 

San FramiiM^ii. Culiforma 94129-(H)52 

415/561-5300 fax 415/561-5315 



Prepared By: 



TrcHdwdl & Rollo, Inc. 

555 MimlginntTj Street, Suite 13(H) 

Sun Francisco, California 94111 

415/955-9040 lax 415/955-9041 




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FINAL 

CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN 

COMMISSARY/PX STUDY AREA 

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

LISTOF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS \ 

1.0 INTRODUCTION I 

1 I Bii{:kgcound I 

1 .2 CominL^sjry/PX Background 3 

1 .3 RcguluJiJij Fl JincVh'ork 3 

1 .4 Public ParticipjliDii 4 

1 .5 Rc^pcn&c Id Srakcboldcr Communis and Cleanup Level Updates Lo CAP 4 

2.0 SITE BACKGROUND 10 

2.1 Silc Geology and Hydrogcology 10 

2.1.1 Geology 10 

2. 1.2 Hydrogcology 10 

2.2 SiicHisiory II 

2.3 Paw Conccrivc Aciions 13 

2.4 Njlurc jud E^lcnl of ConlaminalJon 15 

2.4 J Nalurc and Exlcril of Comaminaliori in Soil 15 

2.4:2 Soil Impaci Summary IG 

2.4.3 NaluFC and EmcfiI of CoDlaminaliori in Groundwalcr 20 

2.4.4 Ground walcr Impucl Summary 25 

3.0 SUMMARY OF SITE RISKS 29 

3.1 Remedial Aciion Objcciivcs (RAOs) 29 

3.2 Dcvelopmcni of Applicable Cleanirri LevcK and Idcnnficanon of COCs 29 

3.2.1 Soil Cleanup LevcK 30 

3.2.2 Groundwater Cleanup Levels 31 

3.2.3 Soil COCs 31 

3.3 Eden Lific alio n of Remedial Unil&{RUsf 34 

3.3J SoilRUs 34 

3.3.2 Ground water 35 

3.4 Phased Approach forCorreclive Aclion (Phase I and 2 Areas) and 

Effeclivc Soil Cleanup Levels 36 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
(Continued) 

40 EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES 39 

4.1 IdcniiflcalJDEL und Screening of Polcnlial Soil Remedial Tcchnologicv 39 

4. LI No Aciion 40 

4.L2 Land Use Conlrols (LUCs) 40 

4.1.3 Capping 41 

4.1.4 In Silu Soil Trcalmcnl 41 

4.L5 E\ Silu Soil Trcalmcnl 42 

4. L6 Exeat alion and Off-Silc Disposal (supplcmcnlcd by oxygen 

releasing product, if necessary r 43 

4.2 Correelive Aclion Allemalives Considered 44 

4.3 CrileriJ for (he Evaliialion of Correelive Aclion Allemalives 45 

4.4 Evalualion of CorreclLve Aclion Allemalives 45 

4.4.1 Allernalive I - No Aclion (All Soil RUsf 46 

4.4.2 Allernalive 2 - Capping and Land Use Conlrols wilh Ground waler 
Moniionng (All Soil RUs) 46 

4.4.3 Allern Jlive 3— In Silu Soil Remedialion and Land Use Conlrols 

{Le'vs Accessible LocalLonsof Soil RUs) 47 

4.4.4 Allernalive 4 -Excavation and Off-Sile Disposal, Capping and Land Use 
Conlrols^ and Gioundwaler Moniionng (All Soil RUs) 48 

4.5 Selecled AllernalLves 52 

4.5.1 Accessible Localion'v 52 

4.5j? Less Acces'vible Lnincalions 52 

4.5 3 SLiminarv of Selecled Allemalives 53 

5.0 IMPLEMENTATIONOFSELECTEDCORRECTIVE ACTION ALTERNATIVES 55 

5 1 Remedy Implemenlalion 55 

5. LI Phase I Area 55 

5. L2 Phase 2 Area 58 

5.2 Soil Confirmalion S[mipling Program 62 

5.3 Applicable Slale and Federal Laws and Regulalory Requirement 64 

5 4 Archaeological Moniloring 66 

5 5 GroLindwalcr and Snrface Waler Moniionng 66 

5.6 Land UseConlrol 69 

5.7 Implemenlalion Schednle 72 

REFERENCES 
TABLES 
FIGURES 
APPENDICES 



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LIST OF TABLES 

T^ble ] Groundwater Elevation Summary 

T^ble 2 Previous Investigaiton ResuUs and Correclive Aclions 

Summary 

Tabfe 3 Summary of Soil Cleamip Levels 

Table4 Groundwater Cleanup Levels 

Table 5 A Summary of Soil Remedial Units (Scenario I- Lesser 

Impaci Scenario) 

Tabfe 5B Summary of Soil Remedial Units (Scenario II -Greater 

Impaci Scenario) 

Table 6 Screemiig of En Situ Soil Technologies 

Table 7A Evaluation of Alteniatives Summai"v - Accessible 

Locations 

Table 7B Evaluation of A Item all ves Summary - Less Accessible 

Locations 

Table SA Summaiy of Eslimated Cosis for Coirective Action 
Alteniatives - Phases 1 and 2 

Table SB Summary of Eslimated Cosis for Corrective Action 

Alteniatives - Phase 1 

Table SC Summary' of Eslimated Cosis for Corrective Action 

Alteniatives - Phase 2 

Table 9A All Locations - Alternative I: Estimated Cosis Associated 
with No Furlher Action 

Table 9B Accessible Locations- Alternative 2; Eshmated Cosis for 

Capping Soil wilh LUCs and Groundwater Moniloring 

Table 9C Less Accessible Locations - Alternative 3: Estimated 

Costs for In Situ Soil Remediation - Oxygen Release 
Prodnci Injection 

Table 9D Less Accessible Locations - Alternative 3: Eslimated 

Cosis for In Sitii Soil Remediation - Bi oven ling and 
Biosparging 

Table 9E Less Accessible Locations - Alternative 3: Eslimated 

Cosis for In Situ Soil Remediation - Ozone Sparging 

Table 9F Less Accessible Locations - Alternative 3: Eslimated 

Costs for In Sitn Soil Remediation -Sodium Persulfale 
Injection 



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LIST OF TABLES 
(Continued) 

Table 9G Accessible Localion^- Allernative4; E^lim^led Cosis for 

Soil Ei'icavatlon and Off-site Disposal wilh Groundwater 
Moniloring 

Table 9H Less Accessible Locations - Alreniarive 4: Eslimaled Costs 

for Soil Excavation and Off-sile Disposal with Building 610 

Table 91 i-ess Accessible Locations- Alteniative 4: Estinialed Costs 

for Soil Excavation and Off-sile Disposal Following 
Demolition of Bui]ding6lO 

Table 9J Derivation of Unit Rates 

Table 9K Soil Area and Volume Estimates (Scenario I -Lesser 

Impact Scenario) 

Table 9L Soil Volume Estimates by Depth iScenano 1 -Lesser 

Impact Scenario) 

Table 10 Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring Program 



Table A- 1 TPH, Arsenic, and Chloride Groundwater Sample Results 

Table A-2 Oxidation -Reduction Parameters Groundwater Sample 
Results 

Table C-] Summaiy of TPH, BTEX. and MTBE Results in Soil 

Table C-2 Summan'of VOC Results m Soil 

Table C-3 Summaiy of PAH Results in Soil 

Table C^ Summai-y of PCB Results in Soil 

Table C-5 Summary' of Metals Results in Soil 

Table C-6 SummaiT of Pesticide Results in Soil 

Table C-7 TPH Results in Groundwater 

Table C-8 VOC Results in Groundwater 

Table C-9 PAH Results in Groundwater 

Table C-10 Metals Results in Groundwater 

Table C-l I PCB Results in Groundwater 

Table C-l 2 Results of General Chemistry Analyses 

Table C-13 Results of Dissolved Gas and TOG Analyses 



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LIST OF TABLES 
(Continued) 

Table C-14 Results of Arsenic Specialion Analyses and pH and ORP 
Measuiemeiits 

Table D-l A Summaiy of Estimated Costs for C Directive Action 

Alteniatives - [Scenano 11 Greater Impact Scenario) - 
Phases I and 2 

Table D-IE Summary' of Estimated Costs for Corrective Action 
A item all ves (Scenario II Greater Impact Scenano) - 
Phase I 

Table D-IC Summaiy of Estimated Costs for C Directive Action 
Alleniatives (Scenario II Greater Impact Scenano) - 
Phase 2 

Table D-2 All Locations - Greater Impact Scenano - Alternative 1 : 
Estimated Costs Associated with No Further Action 

Table D-3 Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenano - 

Alteniative 2; Estimated Costs for Capping Soil with Land 
Use Controls and Gi ound water Monitoring 

Table D^ Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 
A!lenialive3; Estimated Costs for In Situ Soil 
Remediation - Oxygen Release Product Injection 

Table D-5 Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 
Alteniative 3; Estimated Costs for In Situ Soil 
Remediation - Bioventing and Biosparging 

Table D-6 Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 
Alteniative 3; Estimated Costs for In Situ Soil 
Remediauon - Ozone Sparging 

Table D-7 Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 
Alteniative 3; Estimated Costs for In Situ Soil 
Remediation -Sodium Persulf ate Injection 

Tabie D-S Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenano - 

Alteniative 4; Estimated Costs for Soil Excavation and 
Off-site Disposal with Groundwater Monitoring 

Table D-9 Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 

Alteniative 4; Estimated Costs for Excavation and Off -Site 
Disposal with Building 610 

Table D-IO Less Accessible Locations - Greater Impact Scenario - 

Alteniative 4; Estimated Costs for Excavation and Off -Site 
Disposal Following Demolition of Building 610 



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LIST OF TABLES 
(Continued) 

Table D-l 1 Soil Area and Volume Estimales ^Scenario II -Greater 

Impacl Scenario) 

Table D-12 Soil Volume Estlmales by Deplli iScenano II -Greater 
Impacl Scenario) 

Table D-l 3 Phase 2 SummaiT of Eshmated Costs for Coirective Action 
Alteniatives to Cleanup TPH for Human Health 
Recreational Land Use 

Table D-14 Phase 2 TPH -Accest^ible Locations- Alternative 2: 
Estimated Costs for Capping Soil with LUCs 

Table D-\5 Phase 2 TPH Cleanup of Accessible Locations - 

Alleniahve4; Estimated Costs for Soil Excavation and 
Off-site Disposal with Groundwater Monitoring 

Table D-l 6 Phase 2 Soil Area and Volume Estimates foi TPH Cleanup 

for HH Recreational Land Use (Scenario I - Lesser Impact 
Scenario) 

Table D-l 7 Phase 2 Soil Volume Eshmates by Depth for TPH Cleanup 
for HH Recreational Land Use (Scenario [ - Lesser Impact 
Scenario) 



Table E-l Soil Sample Data Used in the Vapor Intrusion Evaluation 

Table E-2 Soil-based Soil Gas Partitioning Calculations 

Table E-3 Groundwater Sample Data Used in the Vapor Intrusion 
Evaluation 

Table E-4 Groundwater-based Soil Gas Pailili oiling Calculations 

Table F-1 Calculahon of 95^ Upper Confidence Limit for 
Eenzo(a)Pyrene Soil Sampling Data 



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Liyi' OF FIGURES 

Figure i Commissary/PX Sile Location Map 

Figure 2A Commissary/PX FTiase I and 2Correclive Acriou Areas 

Figure 2B Area B Land Use Control Zone 

Figure 3 Previous luve^liganoii and Removal Action Areas 

Figure 4 Sile Investigation Samj'kling Locations 

Figure 5 Generalized Subsuiface Conditions 

Figure 6 Commissary/PX Area 14 March 2005 Groundwater 

Elevation Map Al Zone Wells 

Figure 7 Gommissary/PX Area 23 May 2005 Groundwater Elevation 

Map Al Zone Wells 

Figure S Soil Remedial Units and Groundwater and Surface Water 

Monitoring Network 

Figure 9 Potential Contaminants of Concern in Groundwater 

Figure 10 Arsenic in Soil and Groundwater 

Figure 1 1 TPH and Benzene Contaminants of Concern in Shallow Soil 

Figure 12 TPH Contaminants of Conceni in Deep Soil 

Figure 13 PAH Contaminants of Concern in Shallow Soil 

Figure 14 PAH Contaminants of Concern in Deep Soil 

Figure 15 Cleanup Level Exceedances in Shallow Soil 

Figure 16 Cleanup Level Exceedances in Deep Soil 

Figure 17A Central Soil Remedial Units for Scenario [ 

(Lesser Impact Scenano) 

Figure 17E Central Soil Remedial Units for Scenario TI 
(Greater Impact Scenano) 

Figure ISA Western Soil Remedial Units for Scenario 1 

(Lesser Impact Scenano) 

Figure ISE Western Soil Remedial Units for Scenario [I 
(Gi"ealer Impact Scenano) 

Figure 19 Cleanup Level Exceedances m Landscaped Are^s 



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LIST OF FIGURES 
(Continued) 

Figure B-1 TPH Screening Level Exceedances in Sliallow Soil 

Figure B-2 TPH Screening Level Exceedances i n Deep Soil 

Figure B-3 PAH Screening Level Exceedances in Shallow Soil 

Figure B-4- PAH Screening Levef Exceedances in Deep Soil 

Figure B-5 Metal Screening Level Exceedances in Shallow Soil 

Figure B-6 Metal Screening Level Exceedances in Deep Soil 

Figure B -7 Groundwater Analylical Results and Exceedances 



Fi^re E-l Soil and Ground waler Sample Locations Within 100 feel of 
Building 610 



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LIST OF APPENDICES 

Appendix A Response loCommenl^ forihe Draft Corrective Action 
Plan 

Appendix B Sile Inve^ligarion Repoil Screening Level Exceedince 
Figures 

Appendix C Previous Soil and Groundwaler Analytical Results 

Appendix D CosI Estimates and Assumptions for Corrective Action 

Alternatives 

Appendix E Evaluation of the Potential for Vapor Tntnisi on of Volatile 
Organic Compounds in the Subsurface to Indoor Air at 
Building 610 

Appendix F Procedures to Calculate the 95% UCL for Benzo(a)pyrene 

Appendix G Evaluation of TPH Dilution Attenuation and Retardation 

Factors 



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FINAL CORRECTIVE ACTION PLAN 

COMMISSARY/PX STUDY AREA 

PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Listof Acronvmsand Abbreviations 



AHPA 

Anny 

As 

AST 

BAAQMD 

B(a)A 

B(a)P 

B(b)F 

B(g,h,i)P 

Blk)F 

bg5 

BTEX 

CAP 

CCR 

Cd 

CERCLA 

CESA 
CHHSL5 
Cleanup Levels 

Document 



cm /cm 



cm7g 

coc 

Cr 
Cli 

CZMA 
DAP 

D(a,h)A 
] ,2-DCE 



Ai"cheological and Historic Preservation Acl 

U.S. Army 

arsenic 

above ground storage tank 

Bay Area Aii" Quality Managemeni District 

benzo(a)anlh rac ene 

benzo(a)pyrene 

benzo(b)fluorii nlh en e 

benzofg^h ,i )pery lene 

benzo(k )fluoranlhene 

belo^^ giound suiface 

benzene, loluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes 

Correclive Aclion Plan 

California Code of Regulations 

cadmium 

Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability 

Act 

California Endangered Species Act 

California Human Health Screening LeveL 

Developmen! oj P i es'sdio-Widc Cfcanitp Lcvcisfof Soil, Scdtmen!^ 

Gyoiimiwsiief. and Siiiftice Wtilci' 

cubic centimeters per cubic centimeters 

cubic centimeters per gram 

contaminants of concern 

chromium 

copper 

Coastal Zone Management Act 

Dilution Attenuation Factor 

d i ben z[ a,h )anthi"acene 

] ,2-dicliloroelhylene 



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List of Acronyms and Abbreviations 
(Continued) 

DTSC C^li fornix Department of Toxic Subslance^ Control 

EKI Erlei & Kalinowski, Inc. 

EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

ESA Endangered Species Acts 

ESL Environmental Screening Level 

EDS Fuel Distribiilion System 

g/cm grams per cubic centimeter 

g/g grams per gram 

GCL geosynthetic clav liner 

CM PA General Management Plan Amendment 

GSA Federal General Sei"vices Agency 

GW groundwater monitoring well 

HG hydride generation 

HSC Health&SafetyCode 

ICP Inductively conpled plasma 

ICE'MS Inductively coupled plasma mas5 spectrometry 

l(l,23-c>d)P Indeno(U2,3-c,d)pyrene 

IT IT Corporation 

Urn^ liters percnbic metei 

LTTD Low Temperature Thennal DesoTjition 

LUCs Land use controls 

LUCMRR Land Use Control Master Reference Report 

MCLs maximum contaminant levels 

mg/kg milligi'ams per kilogram 

Main InstaJlation FS Presidto Tntsl Revised Feasibiiily Study Main Inslaltalion Siles 

MBTA Migratory Bird Treaty Act 

MOA Memorandum of Agreement 

Motor Pool Presidio Consolidated Molor Pool 

MTBE methyl tert-butyl ether 

NAGPRA Native Amencan Graves FVotection and Repatriation Act 

NEAR non-binding allocation of responsibility 

NEPA National Environmental Policy Act 



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List of Acronyms and Abbreviations 
(Continued) 



NHPA 

Ni 

NPS 

org" 

Older 

ORP 

PAHs 

Parsons 

PCBs 

Pb 

PCOCs 

PLLW 

Presidio 

PRGs 

PTMP 

PX 

QAPP 

R 

RAB 

RAOs 

RAP 

RCRA 

RUs 

RWQCB 

SB 

scfm 

SCRs 

sf 

SFCTA 

SI 

SJ Report 

Study Area 



National Hisloric PreseTvation Act 

nickel 

National Park Service 

Operation and Maintenance 

Oxygen Release Compound 

RWQCB Order No. R2-2OO3-0OS0 

Oxidation Reducrion Potential 

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons 

Parsons Brinckerhoff 

Polychlorinated bi phenols 

lead 

potential contaminants of concwn 

Presidio Low ei Low Water Datum of 1907 

Presidio of San Francisco 

preliminary remediation goals 

Presidio Trust Management Plan 

Post Exchange 

Quality Assurance Project Plan 

Retardation Factor 

Reslorahon Advisory Board 

Remedial Action Objectives 

Remedial Action Plan 

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 

remedial units 

California Regional Water Quality Control Board 

Soil Boring 

standard cubic feet per minute 

Site Cleanup Requirements 

square feet 

San Francisco County Transportation Authority 

Site Investigation 

Drajt Site Invesligalion Repoi! for the Coinmissaty/Pasf Exchange 

Slii/fy Area 

Comniissary/PX Study Area (Former Motor Pool AreaJ as defined on 

Figure 1 



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List of Acronyms and Abbreviations 
(Continued) 



SVE 

TBC 

Teti"a Tech 

Tille 27 

TMV 

TPH 

TPHg 

TPHd 

TPHfo 

TPHmo 

tmns-13-tX:P 

Treadwell& Rollo 

TriLsl 

Triisl Acl 

TSDFs 

UCL 

UST 

jig/m^ 



soil vapor exlractiou 
to be con^ideied 

TelraTech EM Inc. 

Title27 of the California Code of Regulations 

toxicity, mobility, and volume 

Tolal petroleum hydrocarbons 

Total petroleum hydrocarbons a^ gasoline 

Total petroleum hydrocarbons as diesel fuel 

Total petroleum hydrocarbons as fuel oil 

Totdl petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil 

Trans - J ,3 -dich loropropeue 

Treadwell& Rollo, Inc. 

Presidio Trust 

Section 103 of Omnibua Parks and Public Lands Management Acl of 

1996, Public Law' 104-333, llOStdle4097 

treatment, storage, and disposal facilities 

Upper Confidence Limit 

underground storage tank 

micrograms per liter 

micrograms per cubic meter 

micrograms per liter 



VOCs 
Work Plan 



yd' 
Zn 



Volatile organic compounds 

Sile Jnvesligalion Woik Plan for ihe Cotntnissaiy/Posl Exchange Study 

Area 

cubic yards 

zinc 



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LO INTRODUCTION 

On behalf of Ihe Presidio Trust (Tmsl), Treadwdl & Rollo. Inc. (Tre^dwell & Rollo) has 
prepared this Fwaf Cctrcclivc Aclt'on Plan (CAP] joj the Commi.i nciiy/Pos! Exchtinge Slmly 
Ar^ii encomj'kiis sing Ihe vicinity of ihe current Commissary and M^in Post Exchange 
iCommissary/PXj, also known ^s ihe Former Motor Pool (Study Are^) at the Presidio of 
San Francisco (Presidio), California (Figure I). A Site Investigalion (SIj has been conducted to 
ch^ractenze the nalure and extent of polenlml soil and giound water conlammati on at the Study 
Area. The SI was performed m accordance wilh Ihe apj'iroved S!le Invesfigiilton Work P inn jor 
ihe Commhsaiy/Pail Exchange Sliiciv Area. Piesidio oj San Francisco, Caiifoint'a (Work Plan) 
[Treadwell & Rollo. 2002b). Resnils of Ihe SI were presented in ihe Diafi Site Invcslfgarioir 
RefforS for Ihe Comm'usaiy/PosS Exchange Sutdy Area (SI Report] flreadwell 8i Rollo 2003c). 
As docnmenled in the SI Reporl, ihe Study Area hisloric^lly, conlained ^ number of struclures 
thai conshtuted the Presidio Consolid^led Molor Pool (Motor Poolj. The Trust mvesligated the 
Study Are^ in accordance wilh Ihe California Regional Water Qua hty Con irol Board (RWQCB) 
orders and by iheCalifoniia DeparlmenI of Toxic Subslances Control (DTSC) requirements to 
assess Ihe impact of ihe storage, use, and release of peholeum and possible hazaidous subslances 
relaled lo the former Molor Pool. 

Using Ihe infonnation obtained during ihe SI, ihis CAP h^s been prepared lo evaluate potential 
remedial ^Iteniatives to address adverse effects of Ihe release of pelrolenm -related conlaminalion 
^nd lo select corrective aclion for implementation al ihe Commiss^iy/PX Study Area. The 
correclive action selected under this CAP will adequately protec I hnm^n health, safely and the 
environmenl. As described in Seclion 1.2 of this CAP, certain releases of hazardous subslances 
within the Sludy Area are discrete siles lliat are being addressed by Ihe Tinst under different 
environmenlal cleanup authority in an appropriate regulatory decision document. 

On 30 July 2004, the Trust issued a Draft CAP lo stakeholders for review and commenL 
Appendix A presents comments received from stakeholders and ihe Trust's response lo the 
comments. This Final CAP incorporates several changes thai were made in response to 
comments (Section 1.5). 

LI Background 

The Presidio is located al the northern tip of the San Francisco peninsula (Figure I). The 
Presidio occupies approximately 1,491 acres and is bounded by San Francisco Bay on thenoith 
and Ihe Pacific Ocean on Ihe west. Densely populated residential areas of San Francisco border 
the Presidio to ihe south and east. 

The Presidio was a U.S. Army (Army) installation from 1 848 through 1 994, serving as a 
mobilization and embarkation point during several overseas conflicts, a medical debarkation 
center, ai^d a coastal defense for the San Francisco Bay area. Industrial operahons formerly 

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performed ^t the Presidio are associared with mainlenance and repair of vehicles, aircraft, and 
base faciliries. The Presidio alsoconlains a number of landfills used by the Anny for the 
disposal of municipal waste and conslinction debns. 

In December 1 9S8, the Secrelary of Defense's Commission on Base Reahgnments and Closures 
recommended closure of the Presidio. Under Public Law 92-5S9, the Presidio was trans feired to 
theNalional Park Service (NPS) on I October 1994 and became part ofihe Golden Gate 
Nalional Recreational Area. As required by the Ba^e Realignmeni and Closure Acl, Ihe Army 
inihaled environmenlal studies in conjunclion wilh Ihe transfer of Ihe propeily. 

Secfion 103 of Ihe Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Acl of 1996, Public Law 

104-333, 1 10 Slale4097(Trusl Acl) crealed Ihe Trust. The Tiust is a federal goveniment 
corporahon established for Ihe purpose of managing the leasing, maintenance, rehabilitation, and 
improvement of the non-coastal poilions of the Presidio (Area B). TheTru^l manages Area B in 
accordance with Ihe Trust Acl, including Ihe general objectives of ihe General Management Plan 
Amendment {GMPA) (NPS. 1 994 1, section I of the Golden Gale National Recreation Area Acl 
(Public law 92-589, 86 StaL 1299, 1 6 USC 460bb), and Ihe Presidio Trust Management Plan 
(PTMPj(Tmsl,2002|. The NPS retained responsibility for Area A of the Presidio and manages 
Area A in accordance with the GMPA (Figure I). The Trust assumed responsibility for 
remediation of both Areas A and B of Ihe Presidio on 24 May 1999 by signing the Presidio 
Memorandum of Agreement (MOAj and the Area A MO A. In addition, the Trust also 
enteredinloaConsent Agreement wilh DTSC and NPS on 30 August 1999 (DTSC. Trust, and 
NPS, 19991. 

1.2 Commisaary/PX Background 

TheCommissary/PX Study Area is situated between Mason Street and Doyle Drive 
(U.S. Highway 101) at the northern end of the Presidio [Figure 1 and Figure 2 A). Prior to the 
development of the Commissary and PX, the Study Area housed a number of Army structures, 
which no longer exist, as part of Ihe Motor Pool Potenhal contamination sources ("sites") in 
the Motor Pool are shown on Figure 3 and include Ihe following: 

• Former Motor Pool Shops, 

• Former Fuel Disi">ensing and Storage Area, 

• Former Grease Racks, Wash Racks, Waste Oil Tanks, Oi lAVater Separators, 

• Former Fuel Distiibution Pipelines, 

• Former Stonn Drains, 

• Former Railroad Tracks and Coal Storage Bin, and 

• Former Building 633 Firing Range and Low Temi>erature Thennal Desorption (LTTD) 

Area. 



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These siles were used rX various times to store supplies, equipment, and fuels to service and 
maintain vehicles for the Presidio. Reviews of historical recoids, aenal photographs, inlei"views» 
and sile reconnaissance have identified approximately 30 sh"uctui"es thai were preseni in Ihe 
Study Area. Addilionally, numerous underground slorage tanks (USTs) and above ground 
storage tanks (ASTs), fuel dispensers, and associated conveyance pipelines were reported active 
al various limes between 1900 and I9S4 (ITCorporalion [IT], 199S]. TheMotor Pool was 
demolished m 1984. Site histones are summarized in Ihe SI Reporl (Treadwell Sl Rollo, 2003c). 

Four Commissary/PX Sludy Area siles were detennined to be associated with releases of 
hazardous substances as defined under ihe Comprehensive Environmental Response^ 
Compensation, and Liability Act, as amended (CERCLA). These four CERCLA siles are the 
Fonner Railroad Tracks Area, Former Coal Storage Bin Area, Fonner Enilding 633 Firing 
Range, and Fonner Bnilding609 Area. The evaluation and selection of remedial alteniatives for 
these four CERCLA sites are documented in Xhe Drap Remediii/ Aclron Pk/n fRAP), Btiker 
Beach Dislurbed Areas /, iA, 2, and 2A and T^veiity-Seven Other Main InsUsUtilioii S'sles 
(MACTEC, 2004) and their remediation will be addressed independently but incoordination 
with the achons authorized by this CAP. 

TheComnnssary/PX Study Area is directly south of the fonner Cnssy Airfield, now a lOO-acre 
open space recreational area located within Area A of the Presidio, as shown on Figure 2A. 
Restorahon of theCrissy Field area was conducted between 1998 and 1999, which included 
removing more than 87,000 tons of hazaidous fill material and 70 acres of asphalt and concrete. 
The landscape was reshaped to create an 1 E-acre tidal marsh, a 28-acre grassy field (the restored 
"airfield")' several picnic areas, and a promenade that is part of the400-inile Bay Trail [EKl, 
2004b). The Commissary/PX Study Area is directly adjacent to the Cnssy Field Marsh and 
associated dune habitat. The northwest portion of the Study Area extends partially into the 
restored grassy field ofCrissy Field. 

L3 Re^latory Framework 

As detailed in Ihe RWQCB (2003) Older No. R2-2003-00S0 (Older), tiie Commissary/PX is a 
known petroleum site requiring preparation and implementation of a CAP. The RWQCB Order 
presents Site Cleanup Requirements (SCRs) for the protection of human health, ecological 
receptors, and water quality which have been used to develop the CAP cleanup levels. 

This CAP has been prepared in accoidance with Task 6 of the RWQCB Older. The CAP also 
fulfills the California requirements of Title 23, California Code of Regulations ICCR], Division 
3, Chapter 16, Article 1 1; and Call foniia Health and Safety Code, Chapter 6.8. Cleanup levels 
for the Commissary/PX Study Area are specified m this CAP. Petroleum contaminant cleanup 
levels are based on the SCRs listed in the RWQCB Order. Cleanup levels for n on -petroleum 
contaminants are based on the planned land use and site lithology[ies) and were developed in the 
Devek'pmenI of P i es\dio-Wsde Chamlp Levels for SoU. SedimenI, Groiindwaief^ and Suiface 



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Waler (Er\ei &. Kalinowski, Inc. |EKI1, 2002) (Cleanup LeveU Documenl). Applicable state and 
federal laws are identified and presented in Section 5.3. 

lA Public Participalion 

A Draft CAP was prepared for public review and comment. On 30 July 2004, the Draft CAP 
wasdistnbuted To slakeholders, including ihe Presidio Restoration Advisory Board (RABj, NPS 
and regulatory agencies. The Draft CAP also was available for public review in ihe Presidio 
LibraiT. Comments were invited through 30 September 2004. Com men is received from 
stakeholders were carefully considered by the Trust and the Tmsl has interacted with 
stakeholders to discuss comments. This Final CAP includes several revisions that were made to 
address stakeholder comments. Stakeholder com men is and the Tinst's response to comments are 
presented in Appendix A and briefly summarized in Section 1.5 below. Copies of Ihis Final 
CAP are available for review al ihe Presidio LibraiT. 34 Graham Streel, Presidio of San 
Francisco, weekdays between ihe hours of S am and 5 pm. 

L5 Response to Stakeholder Comiueiils and Cleanup Level Updates to CAP 

After review of all commenis received fiom stakeholders on the Draft CAP, several changes 
were incorporaled into ihis document to address four broader consideralions: 

• Schedule for iniplementalion of the corrective action, 

• Cleanup of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)in soil, 

• Cleanup of metals m soil, and 

• Dissolved arsenic detecled in groundwater. 

This section presents discussions regarding Ihe se four considerations. These discussions also are 
included in Appendix A along wilh responses to specific commenis. In addihon, allhough no 

stakeholder comments were received on ihe cleanup levels used in ihe Draft CAP, specific 
cleanup levels have been updated in this Final CAP, as summarized below. 

Im pi em entail on Plan and Schedule 

After careful consideration of all comments, Ihe Trust re-evalualed and modified the approach 
for implementing Ihe correchve aclion and revised the i mplementah on schedule to address 
several important issues. A number of present uncertainlies (discussed below j make it difficult 
to accurately define, at this fime, the full exient of necessaiT cleanup. To address the 
uncerlainhes, the TrusI plans to implement ihe correcfive aclion in two phases. The phased 
approach will allow uncertainlies regaining future land use (including Ihe planned expansion of 
theCrissy FiekJ Marsh), Ihe volume and extent of contain in ah on, and the potential presence of 
culturally significant ailifacts in the subsurface lobe addressed. As part of the phased approach^ 
the Trust has divided the Study Area into two areas, which will be managed separately dun ng 
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The Phase I Area encompasses all portions of the site wilhin Area A ^nd portions of Area B 

within ^n ^ppro'iimate 150-foot buffer zone along the cunentCnssy Field Marsh shoreline 
(Figure 2A|. The Order used a 150-fool buffer along the Cns^y Field shoreline loeslabh^h the 
Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone. The primary objective of coireclion achons within the 
Phase I Area i^ to address the ^oil RUs that potentially pose a current threat to the Crispy Field 
Mar^h ^nd land use^ within Are^ A. 

The Phase 2 Area encompasses the remaining portions of the site which fell outside of the 
approximate 150-foot buffer zone and are within Area B (Figure 2 A). The primary objechve of 
correction actions within the Phase 2 Area is to address the RUs that potentially pose a threat to 
anticipated land nse (i.e., recreational use) within Ai"ea B and could pose r threat to the Cnssy 
Field Marsh if it were expanded into the are^ in the future. 

During Phase 1 , soil which poses a threat to the Crissy Field Marsh will be removed at all 
Remedial Units (RUs| located within the Phase I Area. Implementation of Phase I is currently 
planned to commence no hter th^n 21 February 2006 (date pending RWQCB approval). 

Phase 2 will commence following decisions regarding the potential expansion of the Crissy Field 
Marsh into the Phase 2 Area. Dunng Phase 2, soil will be removed from RUs located within the 
Phase 2 Area consistent with land use decisions, subject to RWQCB approval, [f the Crissy 
Field Marsh is expanded into the are^, cleanup will be conducted to protect the marsh and human 
l^nd use, ^s applicable. If theCrissv Field Marsh is not ei'ip^nded into the are^, cleanup m^y be 
conducted to protect the anticipated land use (i.e., recreational use). These cleanup decisions 
will be made in consultation with the RWQCB prior to implementation of Phase 2. The Trust 
will proceed with Phase 2 work no later than the end of 2008. 

The present Lincerlainhes that warrant conducting the conective achon work in two phases 
include: 

• Uncertainties about Crissy Field Marsh Expansion . AlongCrissy Field, the RWQCB drier 
specifies separate zones with different cleanup levels. Themajonty of theComniissary/PX 
Study Area is in the Order's Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone ( Figure 2A). The Zone 
was drawn to allow for the potential expansion of the Cnssy Fieki Marsh into the 
Commissary/PX Area. However, the extent and location of potential expansion is currently 
unknown, but is being considered by the Trust and NPS. The proposed expansion project 
will be evaluated in an upcoming National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. 
Although It is possible that the Cnssy Field Marsh could be expanded to include the 
Commissary/PX Area, it is likely that alternate locations for expansion will be selected. 
Therefore, cleanup of the F*hase 2 Area to the most stringent levels required to support an 
ecologically sensitive marsh is unwarranted until the proposed marsh expansion project is 
studied under NEPA and a decision is made regarding expansion into the Phase 2 Area. If 
instead, the future use of the Phase 2 Area involves a land use other than marsh expansion, 
then alternahve cleanup levels, consistent with actual land use, may be more appropriate. 



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The Sail water Ecological ftolecrion Zone cleanup levels are considerably more stringent 
Ih^n other potentially applicable cleanup levels (i.e., proteclion of human health. Table I of 
the Order; prolection of lerreslrial receptors, Table 2 of Ihe Order; and prolection of 
gioundwaler in Crissy Field Groundwater Area, Table 5 of the Order]. Thei"efore, 
remedmtion costs to remove all soil exceeding ihe S a Uwater Ecological FVolection Zone 
cleanup levels wilbin Ihe Phase 2 Area would be considerably higher than cost^ of cleanup 
as^iimmgan allernale land use. Because of these considerable costs, it is piudent to defer 
cleanup of affected soil wilhin Ihe Phase 2 Area unlil a decision is made regarding expansion 
of Ihe Crissy Field Marsh. 

If Ihe Crissy Field Marsh later expands into Ihe corrective aclion site, peiro leu m -affected soil 
in the Phase 2 Area could be removed al Ihe lime of marsh exj'iausion. This phased apiiroach 
lo remediation avoids "double excavation" of soil, once now and again laler, thus 
unnecessarily duplicating mobilizalion and admmislralivecosls. 

The Trust recognizes that there may be adminislrative issues lo be addressed before 
pelroleum can be left in place at concentrations above Ihe Saltwaler Ecological Protection 

Zone cleanup levels withm Ihe Phase 2 Area; however, Ihe effort lo address the 
administrahve issues maybe warranted m lighl of the highcosi lo remediate all soil with 
concentrahons above the Saltwater Ecological Pi'olection Zone cleanup levels. 

Uncenainlies aboulTotal Volume of Affected Soit and Associated Remediation Costs . As 
pointed out by commenters, the actual extent of affected soil is uncertain and could be much 
larger than whal was depicted in the July 2004 Draft CAP. Accordingly, remediation costs 
could be considerably higlier than onginally eshmaled m the Draft CAP. To further assess 
Ihis uncertainly, a second, more conservative inteqiretation of soil RUs has been added to 
Ihis Final CAP which shows larger potential cleanup areas of soil containing peholeum 
hydrocarbons al concentrations above Saltwater Ecological Protechon Zone cleanup levels 
(see Section 3.3). Because remediation costs could significantly increase undei Ihis alternate 
scenario, it is prudent to defer the final cleanup decision for the Phase 2 Area until future 
land use detenninahons about the Crissy Field Marsh expansion have been made. 

Uncertainties about Archaeological Issues . Portions of IheCommissary/PX Studv Area are 
known to be archaeologically sensitive. Subsurface excavations and activities within the 
Study Area could disturb or damage sensitive artifacts. The Trust is currently working with 
Presidio archaeologists to develop an approach for monitoring and processing archaeological 
artifacts to avoid adverse impacts on Ihe artifacts (see Section 5.4). Implementation of 



The Cdnimiss[ir\'/PX Sludy Area also fails within ihc area dcsigrialcd as an "Ecological Buffer Zonc^ 
in ihcClcjnup Levels Documcnl (EKI, 2002; Figure 7-2). However, ihesc cleanup levels arc nol 
applicable lo ihe pelroleuni-rclalcd COCs allhi^sile (TPH. BTEX. and PAHs) because no TPH or 
BTEX cleanup levels were developed for ihe "Ecological Buffer Zone" [Table 7-2) and ihc 
applicable PAH cleanup levels developed under ihc Order are considerably lower ihan ihosc 
developed for ihe "Ecological Buffer Zone." For melals. Ecological Buffer Zone cleanup levels arc 
considered (along wilh all olher applicable cleanup levels) because there arc no cleanup levels for 
ihcse conlajninanls under ihe RWQCB Order. 



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Phase 1 will provide an opporUinily to evaluate this approach before commencing subsurface 
etcavations within the Phase 2 Area. Because such archaeological moniloring and 
processing may be tinie consuming and costiy, phasing the work and conlroiimg Ihe lolal 
amouni of soil to be e>:cavaled in a given vear should minimize ihepolential construction 
delays such monitoring and processing may cause. 

Cleanup of PAH5 

Thepnmary objechve of this CAP is to evaluate potential remedial allemahves to address 
adverse effects from petroleum -related contamination and select a corrective action for 
implemenlahon at the Com miss aiT/PX Studv Area. Contaminants considered lobe related to 
petroleum releases in LhisCAP are total petroleum hydrocarbons fTPH) as gasoline, diesei^ and 
fuel oil; I'lolvcvclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs); and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and 
xylenes (BTEX). However, although PAHs are acomponent of petroleum hydrocarbon 
mixtures, they can also be derived from other anthropogenic sources, such as asphalt pavement, 
contaminated fill, particulates from burning, and vehicle exhaust (Agencv for Toxic Substances 
and Disease Registry, 1995; see website at hltp:V/w ww.atsdrcdc.gov/iQxprofiles/tp69.hlm] ]. 
PAHs may be present in soil at the Study Area from these sources, particularly from pas! 
disposal activities or placement ofconiaminated fili. Therefore, PAHs may potentially be 
present in any fill material or material potenliallv moved and reburied during past site 
demolition, construction, and grading activities. If present throughout the fill, the extent of PAH 
contamination would be difficul lo define and potentially coitiv to remediate. Thus, the 
following approach has been developed in this CAP lo address PAHs in soil, consistent with the 
Phase I and 2 Areas identified above: 

■ Phase 1 Area; Within Area A portions of the Phase 1 Area, the Trust will remediate TPH 
and B TEX con I ami nation lo achieve cleanup levels for unrestricted land use. The Trust will 
also remediate PAHs to achieve unrestricted land use within Area A, to the extent 
prachcable, bul will consult with theNPS and RWQCE regarding further excavation 
decisions related to these compounds dunng implementation of the remedy. To the extent 
prachcable, remediation will be conducted so that no land use control (LUC) is necessary 
within Area A. It is noted that ifcontaminahon is left m-place above cleanup levels for 
unrestricted use in Area A, an LUC for the area may need lobe adopted and would be subject 
to management of the LUC by theNPS. Within Area B portions of the Phase 1 Area, an 
LUC will be implemented lo prohibit unrestricted human land use of the property and PAHs 
above human health cleanup leveis will be maintained under caps {e.g., pavement). 



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Phase 2 Area; Within the Phase 2 Area (which is entirely within AreaE), an LUC wiil be 
implemented lo prohibit unrestricted human land use of the piopert^'and PAHs above human 
health cleanup levels will be maintained under caps (e.g., pavement and buiidings| or in 
landscaped areas (Figure 2B). Once a decision is made regarding expansion of the Crissy 
Field Marsh into the area, cleanup decisions for PAHs will be made in consulianon with the 
RWQCB, prior to implementation of FTiase 2. 



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Cleanup of Met^l^ 

As sTired ^bove, ihis CAP addresses conlaminali on associated with pelroleiim releases, including 
TPH, PAHs, ^nd BTEX. Cerlain metals are predentin Sludy Area soil ^1 levels above 
backgiound concentrations and cleanup levels. These metals include cadmium, chromium, 
copper, lead, nickel, and zinc which are associated with shallow fill nialerial present beneath the 
Study Are^. The a Item atives developed in this CAP for Area B include LUCs lo address metals 
that may be left in j'llace at concentrations above cleanup levels [Figure 2E |. To the extent 
prachcable, remediation of metals will be conducted so that no LUC is necessary within Area A. 
It IS noted that if contamination is left in-place above cleanup levels for unrestricted use in Area 
A, an LUC for the area may need to be adopted ^nd would be subject to m^n^gement of the LUC 
by the NPS. 

Dissolved Arsenic in Groundwater 

TheTrnst received several comments regarding detections of arsenic in groundwater above the 
identified cleanup level of 10 micrograms per liter (jig/Lj, which is based on the cleanup level 
for drinking water. Arsenic concentrafions ingioundwater intermittently exceed this cleanup 

level in samples from two seep loc^fions (610SP0I and 6lOSF*02, Figure 3 j and two monitonng 
wellsupgi-ddientof the seeps (610GW102 and 6I0GWI03, Figures).' To address reviewer 
comments, ^detailed analysis of dissolved arsenic in groundwater at the Study Area was 

l">erformed. This evaluation is presented in Appendix A, Aft^chmenl A-l . Secfion 2.44 includes 
a summary of how naturally occurring arsenic in soil may become dissolved because of reducing 
groundwatercondihons. This secfion and Attachment A-l ^Iso discuss the association of 
red ucmg groundwater condifi on s and dissolved arsenic at the Commissary/PX Study Area aiid 
other sites at the Presidio. 

The Trust notes that dissolved arsenic concentrations in all gjoundwater samples from these 
four locations, are below the Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone cleanup level of 36 \ig/L and, 
therefore, dissolved arsenic in groundwater does not pose a significant risk to ecological 
receptors in Crlssy FiekJ Marsh. It is extremely unhkely th^l shallow groundwater adjacent to 
Cnssy Field Marsh will be used for drinking water purposes. This point wds acknowledged by 
RWQCB when soil cleanup levels were developed for Crissy Field. The Order states: 

"Crissy Field is trebled differently because there is a low probability of groundwater 
being used for municipal supply purposes in the near future. Although groundwatei in 
certain ^reas within Crissy Field meets the en ten a of this Board's dnnking water pohcy 
(Board Resolution 89-39), the probability of use for such purposes is minimal. Pumping 



Arsenic also was dclcclcd si 17 Jig/L in one grab giQuudwalcr sample near ihc Former Railroad 
Tracks/Coal Bm aiea {600RRGG02f. 

One iirsemc dclecliou of 220 [ig/L was reporled in Jii urifillcred qualilv conlrol duphcale sample sent 
lo a Comrol Lab from seep 610SPU 1. Arsenic wasdelecled Jl 6.6 |ig/L iri ihe priniary sjmple and 
was nol delected i<5 |Jg/L) in a duplicate sample, both sen! lo ihe pnmary lab <bolh uufillered 
samplcsl. The elcvalcd iirseriic \n the Conlrol Lab sample is likelv ihc rcsull of lurbidily in ihc 
sample and nol represejilalive of diavjlved ar:^nic in groundwaler. 



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groundwater in those portions of Crissy filed |sic] where ^rtifid^l fill lie t^ic] on top of 
b^y mud is likely To c^use seawitei intrusion and land subsidence. Thus limiting the 
probability of developing these waters for such use." 

The instances where dissolved arsenic in groundwaterexceeds the drinking water cleanup level 
conforms to the conditions described above in the RWQCB Oi"den Although the drinking w^ter 
cleanup levels ^pply to all gi'oundwater m r strict sense, it is reasonable to tre^t the achievement 
of cleanup levels at Cnssy Field differently dne to the low probability' of using the groundwater 
^t this location as a drinking water supply. Thus, in this CAP, arsenic concentrations ^bove the 
drinking water level of 10 \ig/LaK also evaluated ^g^inst the Salt Water Ecological cleanup 
level of 36 jig/L to determine if arsenic poses a potential threat to the Crissy Field Marsh ^nd 
assess the need for further action related to arsenic i n ^oundwater. 

Cleanup Level Updates 

It is noted that the following cleanup levels have been updated or added to this Final CAP: 

• Groundwater cleanup levels foi Sahwater Ecological FVotection Zone: The saltwatei cleanup 
levels used in the Draft CAP for metals were obtained from the Presidio-Wide Cleanup 
Levels Document (EKl. 2002), which are based on watei quality cnlena from theRWQCB's 
Basm Plan. These values have been updated in this Final CAP to reflect the u^xjated manne 
walerquality objectives from theRWQCB's Basin Plan,November 2004 (Section 3.2.2). 
Groundwater data have been re-screened to these updated values to evaluate groundwater 
impacts and select contaminants of concern (COCsj. 

• SCRs for Crissy Field Groundwater Basin: TheSCRsinthe RWQCB Order for groundwater 
protection at Crissy Field are applicable to theCommissary/PX Study Area, but were not 
applied in the Draft CAP. This Final CAP incorporates these values to determine appropriate 
soil cleanup levels [Section 3.2.1). 

• Saltwater Ecological FT"otection Zone Boundary; Soil data collected in the western portion of 
the Study Area were previouslv screened against the most stringent cleanu]"' levels for 
saltwater protection. However, as shown on Figure 2 A, the western poilion of the Study 
Area falls outside of the Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone. Therefore, soil and 

giound water data collected in this area have been re-screened against more applicable 
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2.0 SITE BACKGROUND 

Thi^ sec lion discusses The geology and hydrogeolog>', summ^iizes site history, previous 

invesligatious, and correclive actions comj'kleled at theComiiiissury/PX Sludy Area, and 
describes Ihe source, nalure and extenl of contamination found in the SI ^s we!) ^s more lecenl 
groundwater sampling resulls. 

2.1 Site Geology and Hydrogeology 

The following sections discuss the geologic and hydrogeologic resuHs collected during the SL 

2.1.1 Geology 

SI soil boring localions are shown on Figure 4. The materials encounlered during the SI 
included silly sandy gravelly fill maten^l overlaying sand, peat, and highly pl^slic sill and clay 
(Bay Mud J. The general geologic conditions are illustraled on Figure 5. The sand underlying 
the fill malerial is fine to medium g]"ained and lypical of ihe sand which was hydraiilically placed 
from offshore sources lo fill the former lidal marsh area [referred to as the 1915 sand). The 1915 
sand is laterally continuous overCrissy Field and locally ranges belween 3 lo 6 feel thick. 
Nalive peal and Bay Mnd underlie the 1915 sand. Towards Ihe soulheni Sludy Area boundary, 
the 1915 sand overlays nalurally occuiringmlerbedded fine-grained estiiarine and sund deposits 
(Figure 5). The Bay Mud does not apjieai lo be conlinuous across Ihe Stndy Area. Allhougli the 
Bay Mud is observed fairly consislenlly along ihe norlheni portion of ihe Study Area east to west 
along Mason Street it is not found in the southern portion. In ihe southern poition of the Sludy 
Area, Ihe Bay Mud may pinch out towards Ihe bedrock bluffs and becomes disconhnnons with 
localized areas of peal. Delai led geologic cross sections are presenled m the SI Report 
(Tread well & Rollo, 20CBc). 

2.1.2 Hvdrogeology 

As part of Ihe Bus e^'rde Grciinclwafer Monilonitg Plan for the Presidio, Montgomery Walson 
( 1 996b) identified four dislinct waler-bearing zones ( A I , A2, B, and C) beneath Ihe 
Commissary/PX Study Area. Groundwaler was encounlered in ihe A I zone dnring Ihe SI at 
deplhs ranging belween 2 and 5 feel bgs with ihe depth lo groundwater increasing lo ihe south. 
The Al zone rej'kresents the first groundwaler bearing zone encounlered beneath ihe Study Area. 
Based on the nalure of Ihe j'lotential conlaminants (pefroleum hydrocarbons and relaled 
conslitiieni Ihat are lighler than water) and the results of the SI (denser chlorinaled volatile 
organic compounds were nol preseni), the Al zone is the waler-bearing zone of inleresi for this 
CAP. Groundwaler monitoring wells inslalled wilhin Ihe Study Area during ihe SI are screened 
in Ihe shallow A I zone. Groundwaler elevations collecled dunngihe First and Second Quarter 
2005 sampling events were evalualed wilh Sludy Area wells including Building 610 wells and 
former Building 637 wells loundersland beller Al zone gioundwaler flow directions and 



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gradients (Figures 6 and 7). Groundwater elevations for Study Area^^ell^ and Building 610 
wells are shown in T^ble 1 . Groundwater elevation measurements were collected at ^11 site wells 
on 14 March 2005 and 23 May 2005 (Tread well & Rollo, 2005b). During the First Qiiarler 
2005, groundwater elevations at theCommissary/PX Ai"eai"anged from 6.43 to 14.49 feet above 
Presidio Lower Low Water Dalnm of 1907 IPLLW) in groundwater monitoring wells 
600GWI02and 600GWI05, respectively. Groundwater flowed generally north towards the 
Crissy Field Marsh and San Francisco Bay (Figure 6). Groundwater gradients at low tide m the 
Commissary/PX Area were calculated to be approximately 0.01 1 feet per fool on the western 
half of the area and O.OIO feel per foot on the eastern half of the area. 

Durmg the Second Quarter 2005, g]"ound water elevations at low tide at the Commissary/PX Area 
ranged from 7.13 to 14.44 feet above PLLW in monitoring wells 600GWI03 and 600GWI05, 
respectively. Groundwater generally flowed in a northerly direction during the Second Quarter 
2005 (Figure 7). Groundwater gradients at low tide in the Commissaiy/PX Area were calculated 
to be approximately 0.012 feet per foot on the western half of the area and 0.01 1 feet per foot on 
theeastem half of the area during the Second Quarter 2005 (Treadwell & Rollo, 2005b). 

2,2 Sile History 

This section presents background information on the potenhal sources ofcontammant releases at 

theCommissary/PX Study Area, including operational histories and SI potential contaminants of 
conceni [PGOCsj. In the SI, [*COCs were defined as constituents that would be potentially 
present m sile media as a result of previous Motor Pool operations conducted at the Study Area. 
A summary of each Motor Pool soume group (Figure 3 j, including activities and potential 
contaminant source areas are presented below. 

• Former Motor Pool Shop Structures were used pnmarily for the maintenance and repair 
of motor vehicles. The activities generally associated with these buildings included the 
use of fuels, cleaning solvents, and paints. The PCOCs for this group included TPH as 
gasoline (TPHgj,TPH as diesel fuel (TPHd), TPH as fuel oil(TPHfo), volatile organic 
compounds (VOCsj, PAHs, and 6 metals (cadmium [Cd], chromium [Gr], copper [Cu], 
lead [Pb], nickel [Ni], and zinc [Zn|). 

• Former Fuel Igasolme and diesel) Disjiensing and Storage Areas. These include USTs, 
ASTs, and conveyance pipelines. Several historical structures in the Study Area were 
used to dispense or store fuels (gasoline, diesel fuel, and fuel oil|. This soui"ce group 
includes known or suspected USTs, ASTs, and conveyance pipelines. The PGOCs for 
IhES group included TPHg, TPHd. TPHfo, BTEX. MTBE (methyl teri-butyl etherj, 
PAHs, and 6 metals (Gd, Gr, Cu, Pb, Ni, and Znj. 



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• Former Grease R^cks, Wash Racks, Waste Oil Tanks, and Oil/Water Separalors include 

^liTJctiires or processes ihal involved Ihe degree sing and cleaning of vehicles, and the 
collection and storage of oily wastes ^nd solvenls. The ^clivilies generally associated 
with ihese buildings included Ihe use of fuels, and cleaning so IvenI and waste oil storage. 
The PCOCs for this g]-oup included TPHg, TPHd, TPHfo, VOCs, PAHs, polychlorinaled 
birhenols(PCBsj, and6melals(Cd,Cr,Cu, Pb. Ni, and Zn). 

• Former Fnel Distribulion Pii^elines included underground dislribulion pipelines which 
may have Iransporled gasoline, diese I fuel, and Presidio fueloiL Several pipelines have 
been removed during past remedial aclivilies m Ihe Sludy Area. This source group 
included a susi^ecled former EDS pipeline along Ihe soulheni boundary of Ihe Study Area 

(Rpeline A), the EDS pii^eline lo UST FDS-I, suspecled gasoline anddiesel fuel pipeline 
from Building 637 to Building 626 (Pipeline C J, and FDS Sections BRG-5.CF-3. CF^ 
andCF-12. The PCOCs for this group included TPHg, TPHd, TPHfo, BTEX,MTBE, 
PAHs, and Pb. 

• Former Stonn Drain System provided the primary calchment basins and surface runoff 
colleclion for the Motor Pool. This source gioup consists of Ihe former storm drain 
system for Ihe Molor Pool Most of ihe surface runoff wilhin Ihe Molor Pool would have 
been directed to ihe fonner storm drain system. Additionally, it is likely that floor sumps 

and oil/water separators wonid have been plumbed lo discharge to Ihe storm drain 
system. This svslem would collect and convey oily waslesand solvents. The F*COCs for 
IhfsgronpingincludedTPHg, TPHd, TPHfo, VOCs, PAHs. and 6 metals (Cd,Cr. Cu. 
Pb.Ni.andZn). 

■ Fonner Railroad and Spur tracks were nsed lo deliver and transj'koil petroleum products 
and coal to the Molor Pool and the Coal Storage Bin area. This source gronp consists of 
Ihe former railroad tracks and Coal Storage Bin located along the south side of Mason 
Street and a fonner spnr track which entered Ihe fonner Motor Pool area near Halleck 
Street and ended adjacent to Building 610. Historical records document coal storage 
from at least late 1915 through 1942 m the vicinity structure 604. Historically, some of 
Ihe fuel and coal deliveries to the Motor Pool were made via railcar (IT, 199E). The 
PCOCs for tins group included TPHg, TPHd, TPHfo, VOCs, BTEX, PAHs, 6 metals 
(Cd,Cr, Cu, Pb, Ni, and Znj, and arsenic (As). Arsenic is a PCOC due to possible coal 
h"anspoi1 and storage. Asdescnbed in Section \.2, the evaluation and selection of 
remedial alternatives for these CERC LA sites are documented in a Draft RAP 
(MACTEC, 2004) and their remediation will be addressed indej'iendently and separately 
fiom the actions authorized by this CAP. 

• Former LTTD Area where baseline soil sampling detected jietroleum hvdrocarbons 
and metals. The former LTTD Area is near the fonner Building 633 Firing Range and 
includes AST 634. No history of Motor Pool use of the area has been identified. 
However, soil sampling results from the LTTD treahneni area that were collected pnor to 
Ihe area being used for soil treamient by the Army included detections of TPH (diesel 

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fuel and motor oil carbon ranges) and metals ([T, 1 998). The E'COCs for this group 
included TPHg, TPHd. TPHfo, ETEX, PAHs, ^nd six melals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb. Ni, 
and Zn). 

U Past Corrective Aclions 

A number of investigations and soil removal actions have been conducted in and around the 
Sludy Are^ as summarized in the S!lf hvesligeilion Work P tan joilhe C'lrnmissiity/Pi'sl 

Exchange Study Areis (Treadwell & Rollo, 2002bj, in Table 2, and on Fignre 3. The previous 
removal actions have included: 

• Building 626 waste oil UST removal, 

• Building 603 UST removal, 

• FDS-I UST(Building6l7)removal, 

• FDS pipeline to FDS-l removal [BR6-5), 

• Conhngency Site 171 199-1 100 and the Commissaiy Seeps Interim Source 
Removal Action^ 

• FDSpipelinesCF-3,CF-4, andCF-12, and 

• Conhngency Site I1109S-I100. 

The results of each previous removal action are incorporated into this CAP as described below. 

\y\ 1985, a waste oil UST was discovered and removed during the demolition of Building 626 
prior to ihe construction of IheCommissaiy (Building 610) (ITCorpor^bon, 1 997a j (Figure 3). 
Despite a thorough search, little informali on documenting Ihe size of the UST, loc^hon and 
extern of Ihe soil excav^hon and volume of soil removed has been found. The total volume of 
soil removed is unknown. The lOconfirmalion soil samples collected, (exact location unknown) 
reporl"tot^l fuel hydrocarbons" ranging bel ween 96 milligrams per kilogram (m^g) and 
5,900 mg/kg (Youngkm, 1996^). One soil sample analyzed for VOCs reporled non-detecl 
concenlrahons for all tested analytes. This sile w^s included m the Commissary/PX SI and is 
being addressed by and incorpor^led mlo this CAP. 

In 1996, Iwofuel storage USTs were removed ^nd over-excav^led within the Study Area. 
A 1,000-gallondiesel UST, located adjacent to Building 603 was removed on 15 July 1996. 
The excavalion limits measured approximately 25 feel long by 21 feel wide and 5.5 feel deep 
(Figure 3|. Approximalely 98 cubic yai"ds(yd') of soil was excavaled and removed. A total of 
5 confirmalion soil samples and I groundwaler grab sample were collecled from ihe excavation. 
Concentralions of TPHd (u]"' to 600mg/kg| and lot^l petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil 
(TPHmo) luplo 96 mg/kg) weredetecled m soil from Ihe limits of Ihe excavalion. TPHd 
(6,8(X) \\^L) and TPHmo (220 [ig^Lj concentrahons m gjoundwaler were reporled from ihe 



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groundwater grab sample fMontgomery Watson, 1 998bl. These ^ites were included in the 
Commissary/PX SI ^nd are being addressed by and incorporated into this CAP. 

The second UST, a UOOO-g^llon fuel oil UST (FDS-1) w^s removed on 29 Oclober 1996, wilha 
final excavali on ine^^uring2l feet long by 19 feel wide and 5.5 feel deep (Figure 3). A Iota! of 
70 yd of soil wasexc^v^led and removed. A lolal of 6 soil confinnation samples ^nd I 
groundwater gi"ab sample were collected fiom the excavalion. The m^xiniLim concentrations for 
TPHd of 1,900 mg/kgand TPHmo ^1 1.900 mg/kg wererepoiled in soil from Ihe excavalion 
limits, and the ground water gr^b sample re su Us delected TPHd (99 MS^L) and TPHmo 
(1,100 Mg^) (Montgomery Walson, ]99Eb). These siles were inckided in Ihe Commissaiy/PX 
SI and are being addressed by and mcorporaled into ihis CAP. 

As part of Ihe Army base-closure environmental activities, many of Ihe Presidio's FDS pipelines 
were systematically removed. In April 1997, one section of FDS pipehne in ihe vicinity of the 
former UST FDS-1 (BR6-5), was removed and Ihe area over-excavated {Figure 3). 

Aj'kpi oximately 674 yd of soil was removed during ihe over-excavahon activities. A total of 
2S confirmation soil samples wascollecled from ihe limils of Ihe excavalion and analyzed for 
TPH and PAHs. Detecled concentrations up lo>l,925 mg/kg for TPH and 3.245 mg/kg for lota 1 

carcinogenic PAHs were reported from theexcavahon linnts (IT Corporation, 1999). This area 
was also included in the Commissary/PX SI and is being addressed by and incoiporaled inio 
this CAR 

Contingency Site 171 199-1 ](X) was identified on 1 7 November 1999 when petroleum odors were 
observed al water seeps entering Ihe sonlhweslerncorner of the Cnssy Field wetlands (Tinst, 
1999b). No sheen was observed on ihe water surface of the seeps or wetlands. No stained or 
discolored soil was presenl. TheTrusI sampled ihe seeps in accordance with ihe Conlingency 
Aclion Plan (Triisl, 1999a). Analyses of grab surface water samples from iwo surface water 
seeps to IheCrissy Field lidal marsh contained lowconcentrahons of TPHgand TPHd. A 
polenlialhislorical Molor Pool source was identified as Ihe former Buildings 621 Ihrough 624 
fueling area and Building 655 area. The Inlerim Source Removal Achon Plan was implemenled 
dunng summer of 2001 norlh of IheCommissarv' (Building 610) (Figure 3 j (Treadwell Si Rollo, 
2002a). Aiiproximately 2,900 yd' of soil was excavated and removed. AU soilconfirmalion 
sample resulls at Ihe excavalion limils indicated concenlralions below Ihe proposed cleanup 
levels. Ground waler nioniloring has been perfonned since removal aclion compleli on as part of 
Presidio-wide Quarterly Cirou nd waler Moniloring Program (Treadwell & Rollo, 2005b|. SI and 
quarterly groundwater and seep sample TPH resulls have been below cleanup levels [Treadwell 
& Rollo, 2005b), and Iherefore Ihis site requires no fuilher action for TPH. This area was also 
included in theComnussary/PX SI and is being addressed by and incorporated inio this CAP. 

In the northwestern porlion of Ihe Study Area on the north side of Mason Sireet, three seclions of 
FDS pii">eline (CF-3, CF^, andCF-12) were removed and over excavated in 1999 (Figure 3). 
Confinnalion samples for FDS lines CF-3, CF-4, and CF-12 indicated cleanup level exceed ances 
within and near the Sludy Area. TheCF-3 exceedance areas were included in Ihe Building 637 



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corrective action fEKI, 2004a). The CF-4 and CF-1 1 areas are being addressed by and 
incorporaled into Ihis CAP. 

Contingency Sile I ] I09S-1 lOOconsi^led of fiiel impacted wil and was discovered in 1998 
(Golden Gale Nalioiial Park Association [GGNPA|, 199S| dunng communication line 
excavalion woik. Tlie western portion of ihis sile was excavated as pari of ihe Commissary 
Seeps Intenm Soui"ce Removal Action. SI and Trust groundwater gi"ab samples collected soulh 
and norlhofthe site were non-detecl for TPH(Treadwell& Rollo, 2002a and 2003c j, and 
therefore the weslem porlioii of Ihis site requires no further aclion. Theeasteni portion of Ihis 
site has nol yet been addressed and has been incorporated into an RU being addressed by ihis 
CAP. 

1A Nature and Extent of Contamination 

This section presents a summary of SI and quarterly giound water sampling results. Figures B-l 

through B-7 (Appendix B) illustrate sample locahons where no concenlrati on s were detecled, 
where delected concentrations were below SI screening levels, and where SI soil screening levels 
were exceeded. Tables C-l through C-14 (Appendix C) present Ihe compounds detected in soil 
and gioundwaler. 

2,4,1 Nature and Extent of Contamination In Soil 

The SI resulls indicaled that TPH [primarily TPHfo), PAHs (primarily benzofa)pyrene [B(a)PIX 
and six metals (Cd.Cr, Cu^ Pb, Ni, and Zn) were preseni al concenlrati on s of concern in ihe 
Study Area. Theremainder of PCOCs, including VOCs, PCBs, and arsenic, were eilher nol 
detecled above laboralory reporhng limils and/or delected above soil SI screening levels. 
A comparison of Ihese soildala againsi applicable cleanup levels and ihe selection of soilCOCs 
is provided in Section 3.3. SI soil resulls are summarized below. 

24.1.1 TPH 

TPH results are summarized in Figures E-1 and B-2 and Table C-l. 

• TPHg was detecled in II of 212 samples al concentrations ranging bel ween 1 mg/kg 
and 2,600 mg/kg. 

• TPHd was detecled in 48 of 315 samples al concentrahons ranging bel ween 1.9 mg/kg 

and 1,500 mg/kg. 

• TPHfo was detecled in 191 of 296 samples at concenlralions ranging between 10 mg/kg 
and 12.000 mg/kg. 

Overall shallow soil impacts were widely spread in Ihe central porhon of Ihe Study Area, but are 
limited wesi of Building 610 and further easi at former railroad soil boring 600RRSB03 
(Figure B-l j. The deep soilexceedances occurred directly below or adjacent to Ihe shallow soil 



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exceedances, bul have a smaller laleral extent (Figure B-2). Detected concentrations decreased 
with depth. 

2^,1.2 VOCs, BTEX,andMTBE 

DetechonsofVOC^,BTEX. and MTBE are summanzed in Table C-1 andC-2. With ihe 
exception of the following compoLinds, VOCs were not detected above laboratory reporting 
limils. 

• Carbon disulfide was detected in 610SB0I [5.01 and in duplicate sample DUP080502D 

(parent sample 6O0SBlO3[4]jal concentrations of 0.005 mg/kg and 0.007 mg/kg, 

respechvely. 

• Acetone was detecled at two locations 61 9SB03[4.51 and 62SSB06[4J. Detections^ ranged 
fi-om 0J4 mg/kg to 0.28 mg/kg. 

• Trans-] ,3-dichloropropene (li"ans-l3-DCP) was detecled at 0.015 mg/kg in sample 

628SB06[2]. 

• 2-Butanone wasdelecledin soil samples 6]0SE02[7.51 and 626SB04[II.O] al 
0.017 mg/kg and 0.021 m^g, re t^peclively. 

• ].2-dichloroethylene(l,2-DCE) was detecled in soil sample 6lOSB04[7.5] al a 
concentrahon of 0.13 mg/kg. 

Wilh Ihe exceph on of ^single delech on of MTBE (0.008 mg/kg in 62SSB09I51), BTEX and 
MTBE were not detected above ihe laboratory reporting limits in any of Ihe soil samples. 

2 A 13 PAHs 

PAH deteclions are summ^nzed on Figures B-3 and B^ and T^bleC-3. Of the 354 SI soil 
samples analyzed for PAHs, 204 samples had PAHs delected. PAH componnds with soil 

cleanup levels ranging between 0.027 to 0.27 mg/kg^ were found at ihe followingconcentr^hons: 

• Benzo[^)anthracene |B(ajAl was detecled in 164 of 354 samples analyzed al 
concentrations ranging between 0.(X>41 and 3.4 mg/kg. 

• B(a)P was detecled in 194 oul of 354 samples an^l^'zed at concentrations ranging 
between 0.004 and 2.9 mg/kg. 

• Benzo(b)fliioranthene [B[b)F] was detecled in 166 out of 354 samples analyzed al 
concentrations ranging between 0.(X)37 lo 3.4 mg/kg. 

• Benzo[k)fliioi"anthene [B(k)F] was detecled in 139 of 354 samples analyzed al 

concentrations ranging between 0.(X)34 lo 1 .6 mg/kg. 

• Dibenzla,h J anthracene |D(a,h)A] was delected al concentrations ranging bel ween 0.0039 
to 1 .3 mg/kg. 



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• lndeno(l,2,3-t:,d)pyrene {\{{,2^-c^)P] wasdetecled at concenlrations ranging between 

0.001 10 L8 mg/kg. 

Al] olher PAH compounds, with soil cleanup levels ranging be! ween 2.7 mg/kgand 40ing/kg 
were reported near or well below I mg/kg. Thedeep soil impacts occurred directly below or 
adjacent to the shallow soil exceedances, but h^ve a smaller lateral exient (Figures B-3 and B-4). 
Delected compounds and concentrations also decreased with deplh. 

2^,1,4 PCBs 

PCBs were not detected above laboratoiy repoitliig limits m ^ny soil samples collected duniig 
theSl(TableC^). 

2,4,1.5 Six Metala and Arsenic 
Metals results are presented on Table C-5 and Figures B-5 and B-6. 

• Arsenic was delected in 25 of 26 soil samples ranging bel ween L2 mg/kgand 5.6 mg/kg 

• Cadmium wasdetecled in II of 132 samples at concenlrations ranging between 
0.6 mg/kg and 2.8 mg/kg. 

• Chromium wasdetecled in 271 out of 272 samples analyzed at concenlrations rang ng 
between 6.3 and 1,000 mg/kg. 

• Copjier was detecled in 206 out of 208 sampler analyzed at concentralions ranging 

between l.9and 130 mg/kg. 

• Lead wasdetecled in 293 of 343 samples at concentralions rang ng between 0.9E mg/kg 

and 1300 mg/kg. 

• Nickel was detecled in 276 of 278 samples analyzed at concenlrations rangng between 
2.2 and 1,800 nig/kg. 

• Zinc was delected 248 of 266 samj'kles analyzed al concentrations ranging belween 
1 2 mg/kg and 520 mg/kg. 

As indicated in Table C-5 and on Figures B-5 and B-6, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, 
nickel, and zinc are preseni at levels above background concenlrations and SI screening levels. 
Correlahon coefficients and 95% Upper Confidence Limil (UCL) analyses conducted as pari of 
the SI indicate ihal elevated melal concenh"alions in soil exceeding SI screening levels were nol 
associaled wllh releases from the Motor Pool. Elevated melals are likely associaled wilh shallow 
fill malerial placed within the Sludy Area (Figures B-5 and B-6). 

Lead exceedances at the Fonner Building 633 Flnng Range CERCLA sile (LTTDSBOI and 
LTTDSB07)andallheCoalStorageBin Area and Former Railroad Tracks CERCLAsile 
(604SB03) will be addressed during ihe CERCLA process. The selecled remedial action for 
these silesisdocumenled m Ihe Draft Remediist AcI\on Ptcin {RAP}, Baker Beach Disturbed 



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Areas /, M, 2. and 2A and Twenly-Seven Oliicr Main insIaUisfion Sites <MACTBZ,2mA). Two 
lead exceedances (613SE07 ^nd 617SB06) occur wirhm RUs idenlified in ihisdocumenl and 
will be addressed dunngCAPimplemenlation. Two remaining lead exceedances (6CMDGW105 
^nd 6CMDGW106) ^re beneath Ihe Doyle Dnveelevaled ro^dw^y and are oulside Ihe formal Sludy 
Area boundary. However, The alreniarives evalnaled and selected m ihisCAPfor merals address 
these I wo lead ei'iceed Alices. 

The fill m^Ferialin the shallow subsurface of Crissy Field is known lo conlain cherl and sh^le 
fragments and snch fragmenls were observed in ihe SI soil bonngs. Higlier copper and zinc 
concenlrations may be related to Ihe presence of cheit and shale fragments in the fill malerial 
and/or fill malerial thai m^y have mixed into ihe sand. Conelalion coefficienis developed as part 
of the SI indicated thai none of Ihe six metals isco-loc^led wilh TPHd, TPHfo, or any of Ihe 
detected PAHs. Correlation between nickel ^ndchrominm ^^as high indicating thai elevated 
levels of nickel may be allnbut^ble to ihe s^me source as elevated levels of chromium snch as 
the presence of serpenlinile in Ihe fill malerial present beneath ihe Study Area. Thus, the melals 
do nol appear lo be allributable to anthropogenic sonrces related to Motor Pool activities, bul are 
likely consistent with locally derived fill material (Tre^dwellfi Rollo, 2003c). Based on Ihe 
elevated concentrahons, these melals ^re retained ^s COCs. 

2AA,e> Pesticides 

Wilh one exception, all six primary soil samples and one duplicate soil sample had no detectable 
concentrations of pesticides above the laboratory reporting limits [T^bleC-6). Alpha -ch lord ane 
and gam ma-ch lord ane were delected alO.CMD6 nig/kg in sampleT609SBOI[21. The summed 
value of these concentrahons, 0.012 mg/kgis below Ihe cleanup level of 0.04 mg/kg. 

2,4,2 Soil Inipacl Summary 

E^sed on the SI soil analytical res nils, generalized impacted areas were idenhfied in Ihe Sludy 
Area that may require corrective achon as shown on Figure B. The generalized areas of impact 
are described below. 

• Building 613 Area 

The western portion of former Bnilding 613 h^d reported detections for TPH and PAHs 
(Figure E|. These detections m^y be allnbuted to Ihe former nse of the building for 
vehicle repair achvi he s. Theimjiacted are^ is generally limited vertically lo the upper 
five feet. 

• BuiUing 628 Areas I and 2 

The southern section of former Building 62S located west of existing BuikJing 610 had 
reported detections for TPH (Figure 8). These e'iceed^nces may be attributed to the fonner 
use of Ihe building for vehicle maintenance achvihes. The impacted area is limited vertically 
to the upper five feet. 



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The second area, impacted with TPH and PAHs, was identified downgradient and north 
of former Building 62B (Figure 8). This impact area is limited in depth lo ihe upper 
five feet. 

• Building 619 Area 

TPH impacls have been idenlifieddowngradient of the former Building 619 sedimenl/oiE 
separator localed in the south central porlion of existing Building 610 (Figure B|. The 

unpacled area is generally limiled in depth lo Ihe upper five feet. 

• Building 626 Area 

TPH and PAH impacls were in the vicinity of former Building 626 (Figure B|. These 
impacls are likely altribuled lo the former fuehngand fiieldi^lnbution piping associaled 
with Building 626. The impact area is limiled vertically to ihe upper leu feeL 

• Sile 15 Area 

Dala from the vicinity of Site 15 indicates soil unpads from TPH and PAHs. Fuel oil was 
reportedly stored at Sile 15 (Figure S). Theimpacled area is generally limited in depth lo the 
upper six feet. 

• TPHgSouice Area 

Analylical results from Ihe field sampling program identified one area of TPH and PAH 
impaci at a localioii wilh no apparent hisloric conlammanl source. The area is localed 
northeasi of existing Building 610 in an area where mihoad tracks were historically 
located and includes Contingency Sile 1 1 I09S-1 100 iFigure S). The impacled area is 
limited vertically to Itie upper five feet. 

• FDS Pipeline Area 

TPH and PAH deteclions in this impacted area may be attribuled lo the former FDS 
pipeline and UST localed direclly upgradient. Fuel oil was reportedly slored in fonner 
FDS UST No. 1 iFigure 8). The impacled area is limited in deplh lo the upper five feel. 

• Pipeline A Areas 1 and 2 

Two areas wilh TPH and PAH impacts have been identified along the southern boundary 
of theSludy Area soulh of exisling Building 610 (Figure 8). These delechons may be 
allnbuled to FDS Pipeline A formerly localed in this area. Hisloncallv. fuel oil was 

conveyed through ihe pipeline as part of the FDS. Theimpacled area is generally limited 
in depth lo Ihe upper five feet. 

• LTTD Area 

The PAH deleclions in Ihe impacled area are generally limited in depth lo the upper three 

feet with Ihe western poition extending lo five feel bgs (Figure 8). 



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■ FDS Pipeline Residuals and AST 634 Area 

Tlie FDS Pipeline Residuals Area is localed in the northwesteni portion of the Study 
Area on ihe norlh side of Mason Street. Three impact ai"eas have been identified ^^hich 
are relaled lo fuel residuals remaining following removal and over excavation conducted 
by the Army in 1999 (Figure S^ A TPH impacl wa^ also identified in the shallow soil at 
the former AST 634 during the Conimissarj'/PX SL. Fonner AST ti34 was located 
directly norlh of Pipeline C and adjacent to removed FDS pipelines (Figure Sj. The 
unpad areas are limited in depth to the upper three feet. 

These generalized areas of soil impacts are further discussed m detail in Seclion3.3. Volume 
estimates for the above described impacled areas can be found in Tables 5A and 5B. 

In addition to the coirective action soil RUs, Figure 8 also shows IheCERCLA siles where Ihe 
evaluation and seleclion of remedial alternahves are documented in a Drafi RAP (MACTEC, 
20O4J. A summary of Ihe ^oil impacts related lo Ihese areas is presenled below. Remediation at 
these areas will be addressed independently bul in coordination with the actions authorized by 

this CAR 

• Former Railroad Tracks Area and Fonner Coal Storage Bin Area 

Polential soil impacts from Ihe historic railroad Iracks and coal slorage have been 

idenlified in ihe easlern portion of theSludy Area just south of Mason Sireet near 
existing Building 605 (Figure E). 

• Building 633 Firing Range 

Soil al Ihe Building 633 Firing Range former backslop and firing line is impacled by 

metals and B(a)P. 

The fourth and final CERCLA site in theCommissary/PX Study Area is Former Building 609. 
The Fonner Building 609 Area has been recommended for a "No Further Action" remedy in a 
Drafi RAP (MACTEC, 2004) because there is no impacted soil Ihat requires a remedial action al 
thi s site. 



2.43 Nature and Extent of Contamination in Groundwater 

Groundwaler analyhcal results for theSludy Area were collecled during ihe SI and as pari of Ihe 
Presidio-wide Quarterly Groundwaler Moniloring Program as documented in ihe Semi-iinnuai 
Gri>undwclcf Momlonitg Repoif Thud am! Fan ilh Qniu-tern 2004 (Tread well & Rollo, 2005a) 
and ihe Semi-ii'iniiiil Groundwtslcf Mcimloy'sitg Repciif FirsI and Second Q nailers 2005 
(Treadwellj& R olio. 2005b). Tables C-7 Ihrough C-14 present the SI and quarterly sampling 
results. Figure B-7 summarizes the SI analytical results for ihe gjoundwaler grab samples and 
Sludy Area wells. These tables and the discussion in this seclion include surface waler results 
from two seeps; 610SP01 and 610SP02. 



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Detected compounds in groundwater and/or surface water include: 

• PAHs; anthracene, B(a)A. B(a)P, B(b)F, benzo(g,h,ijperylene (B(g,h.ijP), B(k)F, 
chiTseiie, D(a,h)A, [(l,23-*^^d)P, fluorene, fluoranthene, and pyrene; 

• TPH: TPHd,TPHfo, aiidTPHg; 

• VOCs: benzene, chlorobenzene, chloroform, elhylbenzene, MTBE, toluene, and xylenes; 
and 

• Melals; arsenic, cadmium, chromiLim, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc. 

A comparison of these results with applicable cleanup levels for the Sludy Area is provided 
below and in Sechon 3.3. 

2,4,3.1 TPH 

TPH was delected in four of the 52 groundwater grab samples, 3 of Ihe 12 monitoring wells, and 
both seeps (Table C-7). The delected concenlrations of TPHg, TPHd, and TPHfo are oullined 

below. 

• TPHg has been delected at moniloring well 600GW101 at concenlrations ranging from 
230 to 630 ^g/L. Histoncally,TPHghasbeen delected in samples from 610GW102 land 
610GW103. [n 2004 and 2005, concenlrations have ranged from <50 ^g/L to 67 |Ag/L at 
610GWI02 and <50 ^g/L lo 69 ^g/L in 6I0GWI03. TPHg has also beendelecled in 
samples fiom both surface water seeps 610SP0I and 6I0SP02. In 2004 and 2005, 
concentrations ranged from <50 |jg/L lo 99 |.Lg/L at6lOSF*OI and <50 \ig/L lo 
150HYMg^Lal6lOSP02. 

• TPHd was delected in one groundwater grab sample 16I9GG04) al S4 |ig/L during Ihe SI 
and hislorically in samples from three ground waler monitoring wells (600GWI07, 
6I0GWI0I, and 610GW103). In 2003, TPHd was onlydetecled at600GWI07 where 
concentrations ranged from <50 |Jg/Lto 170 HY jig/L and al 610GWI03 where 
concenlrations ranged from <50 \fg/L lo 62 Y Mg^L. Although TPHd has hisloncally 
been detecled in samples from both seeps, il was nol delected in Ihe 2003 samples. 
TPHd has not been detecled in any wells or seeps during 2004 and 2005 monitoring. 

• TPHfo was delected m three SI groundwaler grab samples 613GG 1 1, 6I3GG12, and 
6I9GG0I al concentrations of350, 270 and 310 |jg/L. TPHfo has also been detected in 
610GWIOI at concentt-ations ranging up lo 1,400 tig/L. In 2003, TPHfo was present at 
6I0GWI0I al<240|jg/L to 450 jig/Ubul has not been detected in this well during 2004 
and 2005 samphng. TPHfo has nol been delected in Ihe seep samples. 

Only TPHfo has been delected above its respective cleanup level at moniloring well 6I0GWI0I 
and only m the First Quarter 2003. Subsequent sample results for TPHfo have generally been 
non-delect with one detection of 450 |.Lg/L in Ihe Third Quailer 2003. 



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2,43.2 VOCs, BTEX, and MTBE 

E'icepi forloluene at 0.5 |ig/L(0.6 |Ag/L in Ihe duplicate sample] in 60IGG02 and lolal i'iylenes 
atl.7^g/Lin600SDGGCB,BTEX were nor detecled in the SI groundwaler grab sample? 
(Table C-S). Benzene has only been delected once al well 6IOGWI02 al 0.53 ^g/Lm the Fourth 
Quartei"2003. Hi^lorical deteclions of ethylbenzene have ranged from 0.69 ^Ag/L lo4.9 |Ag/L in 
samples from 6I0GWI03. During 2003, elhylbenzene was only delected al seep 6IOSP02 al 
] .1 Mg^L and at 610GW103 at 0.69 ^Ag/L. In 2004 and 2005, elhylbenzene wat. delected al 
600GWI0I al 2.2 i-ig/L, bnl was nol delected at olher wells and seeps. Tolal xylenes have been 
detected between 0.54 and 5 ^g/L at wells 600GW10], 6mGWIOI, and 6mGWl03 and both 
seeps. Toluene has been delected between 0.69 and 6.4 ^g/L al well 6I0GWI0I and bolh seeps. 
MTBE has been detected al 600GW101. 6lOGWmi, 610GW102. 6I0GWICB, and bolh seep 
locations al concenfralions ranging from 2 lo 15 [ig^L. 

Ei'icepi for one detection of chlorobenzene at IJ |ig/L in SI groundwater gi"ab sample 6I0GG0I 
and low level detections of chloroform at 2.6 |ig/L to 1 1 jig/L at monitoring well 600GWI08, no 
olher VOCs were detected in any of the groundwater samples (Table C -8). The SI screening 
levels for chlorobenzene and chloroform are 70 and 80 |Jg/L, respectively. 

Only MTBE has been detected above its respective CAP cleanup level al seep6lOSP02 m Third 
Quailer 2003 at 15 [jg^U just above the 13 tig/L cleanup level. It has been detected below the 
cleanup level at this location in previous or subsequent samj'iling events. 

2A33 PAHS 

PAH results in groundwater are summarized in Table C -9. Of the 49 groundwater grab samples 
and nine monitoring wells sampled, a total of 14 PAHs have been delected including the 
following. 

• Acenaphthene has been detected only at 600GWI03 with concentrations ranging from 

5.6 to 9 ^g/L. 

• Two detections (600AG001 and 600GWI07) of B(a)A al 0.2 and 0.24 |ig/L respectively. 

• Six detections [600AGG0U 600GW102, 600GWI03, 600GW107 and 600GWI09) of 
B(a)P ranging from 0.15 in 600GW1O9 to 0.34 jLg^L m 600GWI03. 

• Chrysene was delected in 600AGG01,6OOGWIO4 and 600GWI07 at concenfralions 
ranging from 0. 1 jig/L to 0.62 |Jg/L. 

• Single detections of anthracene, B(b)F, B(k)F. B(g.h,i)P, D(a,h)A, J(l,2.3-c,d)P, and 
phenanthrene, all found in the first sample collected al 600GW107 at the following 

respectiveconcenh-ations; 0.19,034,0.4,0.15,0.4,0.21, and 0.51 \\^L. 

• One detection of fluorene(600AGGOI J al 0.3 ;Ag/L. 



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• Two detections of fluor^nthene, both in 600GWI07, at concentrations ran^ngfrom 

0.05 to 0.49 Mg^L. 

• Two detections of pyiene in 600AGG0I and 600GWI07 at 04 andO.53 |Ag/T, 

respectively. 

Aceiiaplilhene was the only PAH detecled in groundwater samples in 2004 and 2005, al well 
600GWI03at7.3and 7.7\tg/L. B(ii|A, B(a)P. B(bjF were detected alconcenti-alions slighlly 
above CAP cleanup levels in the Firsi Quarler2003 at 60OGW1O7. In previous ^nd subsequent 
samphng events, these PAHs were not detected ^t this location. B(a)A was ^Iso detecled above 
the cleanup level at groundwater g]"ab sample 600AGG0L B(a)P was ^Isodelecled above CAP 
cleanup levels in IheFouilhQiiarler 2002 al600GW103. but was below the 0.2 ^g/L cleanup 
level in Ihe FlrsI Quarter 2003 and has not been detecled m siibsequenl sampling evenls. 

2.43,4 Six Metala and Arsenic 

Metals delected in groundwaler or surface w^ter seep samples above CAP cleanup levels include 
arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, uickel, aud zinc (Figure 9). A summary of dissolved 
and lot^l metals resuhs in groundwater is presenled in T^ble C-10. Beginning with Ihe Third 
Quarter 2003 sampling even I, seep samples were analyzed for Iota! melals insle^d of dissolved 
melals. The lotal metal results in the seep samples are generally higher Ihan those previously 
reporled for dissolved melals likely due to increased particulates in Ihe unfiltered samples. 
Beginning in Ihe Third Quarter 2004, seep samples were analyzed for bolh dissolved aud tolal 
melals. 

Dissolved arsenic was detecled above ihe 5 |jg/L deteclion limil in one of Ihe five grab 

groundwater samples lested at 17 [ig/Lal 6O0RRGGO2, which exceeded the cleanup level of 
10 |Jg/L. Dissolved arsenic was also delected in samples froui do wngradient moniloring wells 
600GWI0I througli 60OGWIO4, Building 610 wells 6I0GWI0I Ihrougli 6I0GWI03 and the 
two surface w^ter seeps. Dissolved arsenic has also been detecled in upgradient monilonng well 
600GWI07 al concenh"ations ranging from <5 lo 7.1 ng/L. In Ihe downgradient moniloring well 
samples, detecled concenn-^hons ranged from 1.1 |j.g/L ^l 610GW101 to 13 |ig/Lal 610GWI02 
and6lOGW103; one conlrol duplicate sample collected in March 2005 al 61OGW102 had a 
dissolved arsenic concentration of 22 J |Ag/L, but thisconcentr^hon was not confirmed in Ihe 
primary and duplicate samples (6.9 and 6.5 ng/L). In Ihe seep samples, dissolved concentr^hons 
have ranged from <5 |.Lg/L in 6I0SP02 lo 19lig/Lin 610SP01. Tolal arsenic concentrations m 
the seep samples have ranged from <5 in both seeps lo34 |.Lg/L at 6I0SP0I, Ihough a control 
duplicate sample showed a tolal arsenic concentration of 220 |jg/Lin December 2003 ^t 
6I0SP01. 

Dissolved cadmium has not been detecled in any of Ihe groundwater samples. In the Third ^nd 

Fourlh Quarters 2003, lolal cadmium concentrations m seep sample 6 1 OS F*0 1 were L2 and 
<l jJg/L, respectively, Ihougli theduphcale and control laboratory duplicate sample 

concenlraltons were < I and 5.5 jig/L, respectively. 

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Di5^o]ved chromium was detected in ST ^ound water grab samples 600RRGGO2, 6I3GG02, and 
6I3GG03 at concentrations of IE ng/l- 16 [ig^L, and 20 ^g/L, respectively. In moniloring well 
samples, dissolved concentrations have ranged from 1.1 fxg/L to 6.3 |J.g^U bnl dissolved 
chromium has not been detecled since ihe Flrsl Quarler 2003. In Ihe seep samples, dissolved 
chromium concenlrations ranged from 1 .2 lo 3.2 M&'L. Tolal chromium concenlrations have 
ranged from <I0 [ig/LXo ISO [ig/Lst 6 lOSPOU though a control laboralory duplicale sample 
concenlration was 1,000 ;Ag/L in March 2CW3. 

In monitoring well samples, dissolved copper concenlralions have ranged from I jig/L to 

4.2 Mg^L. Dissolved copper has also been delected in seep samples al concenti"alions ranging 
between IJ and L4 |.Lg/L. Tolal copper m ihe seep samples has ranged from <l lo44 |.Lg/L at 
6I0SF*01 and <1 to 29 l-ig/L at 6I0SP02, (hough a control laboratory duplicate sample result was 

320Mg^LinMan:h2003. 

Dissolved lead has not been detected in gioundwater or seep water samples ei'icept for one 

control laboratory duplicate sample resuU at 5.89 l-ig/L in March 2005. Total lead concentrations 
in seep samples have ranged between 6.4 lo25 jig/L al 61OSP02 and 9.7 lo \90\ig/LiiX 
6I0SF*0I; though a control laboratory duplicate sample result was300pg/Lin March 2003. 

Dissolved nickel has been detected in groundwater samples at concentrations ranging between 
l.l |ig^Lat6lOGWI01 to 11 |ig/L at 600GWI05. Total nickel in the seep samples has ranged 
from37to330Mg/Lat6lOSPOI and 25 to 77 |.Lg/L at 6I0SP02, thougli acontrol laboratory 
duplicate sample result was 1,400 [ig/L in March 2003. 

Dissolved zinc was not detected in the 45 pnmary or seven duplicate groundwater grab samples 
collected dunng the SI. However, zinc was delected in eight of the moniloring well samples 
collected m September 2002 at concentrations ranging from 55 Io260 |ig/L (Table G-IO and 
Figure B-7j. Tread well & Rollo collected the Phase I groundwater grab samples using QED 
Quickfilter"^ and Blaine Tech collected the September 2002 groundwater monitoring well 
samples using Cleai"water Engineering^" filters. Zinc has also been detected at higher than 
historic concentrations at other sites in the Presidio-wide Groundwater Monitonng Program 
sampled quarterly by Blaine Tech. It appears that the C leai"water Engineering™ fillers used by 
Blaine Tech are associated with the zinc concentrations detected in the September 2002 
moniloring round. 

Based on the Phase 1 SI results and at the request of Tread well & Rollo, Blaine Tech began 
using the QED Quickfilter'f^ brand filters in December 2002 for the Fourth Quarter 2002 
sampling event. All gioundwater samples collected for metals analyses during the Fourth 
Quarter 2002 and Phase 2 SI were field filtered by Blaine Tech using the QED Quickfilter^'^, 
prior to being placed in preserved containers. 

Following the use of the QED Quickfiltef^, dissolved zinc concentrations have ranged from <20 
to 36 i-Lg/L in Study Area wells. Based on the zinc results from subsequent quarterly monitoring 



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events, it is likely Ihat the elevated zinc concentrations observed in Die September 2002 samples 
arerelaled to use of the Clearwater Engineenng'" filters. The C learwater Engineering'" filters 
were either not effectively filtering Ihe sample waler or were conhibuting to concentrations of 
zinc in the samples, allhoiigh ihe lutei" scenario is not likelv bused on Ihe hltei' blank sample 
results collecled during Ihe Third Quarier 2002. A more detailed discussion can be found in 
Seclion 5^.3.4 of the Drajt Semi-annuai Groundwiiier Maniioy'siig Report, First and Second 
Quiuleis 2003, Prcsrdio-wiile Groundwater Moiiiloitng Pfogmirt (Treadwell & Rollo, 2003d). 

Tolal zinc results in ihe seep samples ranged from 58 loSOOjig/Lat 610SPOI and <20 to B5 
|.Lg/L at 6I0SP02, though again the control laboratory duplicate sample concenlration in March 
2003 was much higlier al 920 |jg^L. 

2,43.5 PCBfi 

PCBs were nol delected above laboraloiy repoiti iig limits in any of the SI groundwater grab 
samples (TabfeC-1 I). 

2AA Crouiid»at«i' Impact Summary 

The SI concluded Ihat groundwater impacts al the Study Area were minor (Figure B-7). 
Analytical results for all tested groundwater samples reported TPHfo, MTBE, B(a)A, B(a)P» 
E(b)F, and dissolved arsenic, copper, nickel, and zinc concentrations above SI screening and 
CAP cleanup levels (Figure 9). The majority' of ihe e^ceedances have been non-reoccumng, 
single exceedances over a timeframe of l2con5ecnlive quarterly groundwater sampling events. 

Organic Compounds 

To comply with Ihe RW(JCB Order Number 96-070, the Anny conducted a Pett-olenm 
Hydrocarbon Bioassay and Point of Compliance Concentrah on Determination Study in this area 
in 1997 which included the installation and sampling of a series of small ndi a meter microwells 
using direct-push dnlling methodologies (microwells EBPPOl through EBPP6A, Figure 3). 
Groundwater samples collecled from Ihe microwells in March 1 997 did not contain detectable 
levels ofTPHgandBTEX (IT, 1997b). 

In mid-November 1999. the Trust became aware Ihat groundwater seeps in the southwest comer 
of the newCrissy Field hdal marsh (610SPOI and 6I0SP02J, contained delectable concentrations 
of TPHg (Figure 3|. Throughout 2000, the Trust conducted a series of inveshgahons to identify 
and delineate the source of TPHg in Ihe seeps including monthly sampling of the seeps 
(Table C-7). The Trust also collecled shallow giound water grab samples within Mason Street 
and near the seep locations using direct -push drilling and HydroPunch samj'iling methods. As 
documented in the Trust's Comnnssaiy Seeps Snleiim Source Removisi Action Ptiiri (Trust, 2000), 
TPHg in the seep samples ranged up to 810 |j.g/Land shallow groundwater TPHg concentrations 
up to 3,400 |ig^L. Soil in Ihe majority of this area was ei'icavated as part of theCommissarv' 
Seeps Interim Soume Removal Action (Figure 3) conducted m 2001. Since removal was 



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conduced, the highest TPHg concentration delected in seep samples hsLsbeen 240|ig/L and Ehe 
highest concentration delecled in moniLoring welli upgi"adienl of (he seeps (6I0GW101 ihrough 
6mGWI03) has been 430 \ig/L. 

Although not delected al concentrations above Ihe cieanup levels, TPHg, elhylbenzene, lolnene, 
and xylenes have been reporled, primarilv in ihe northweslern comer of the Sludy Area, where 
these compounds had been present prior to ihe Commissary Seeps Inlenni Source Removal 
Acnon (Section 2.3 and Figures) (Tread well & Rollo, 2002a). Detection of ihese compounds 
mav also be related to a former fueling area located upgradient of 6CWGW101. The detections 
and concentrations have decreased overtime^ as residual hydrocarbons undergo degradation. 
Other VOC delecllons iMTBE andchlorobenzenej ^^ere consislenllv below cleanup levels and 
were also isolated in extent and occurrence. 

Groundwater detections of chloroform f2.6 to 1 I |ig^) appear lobe upgradient of the site and 
were all below screening levels. The source of the chloroform detected at well 600GWi08 may 
be related to a leaking irrigation, water supply, or sewer line. Small amounts of chloroform are 
formed during the process of adding chlorine to potable water to destroy bacteria 
{ http://www.ee o-u sa .net/toxic s/cticlB , shim I ) (Hietkemper, 2001). Typical chloroform levels 
present in treated drinking water range from 2 to 44 |.Lg/L. Chloroform detechons at this and 
other sites at the Presidio (Building 1065, Building 207/231, Battery Howe Wagner, Directorate 
of Engineering and Housing) have generally ranged from 0.08 to 19 ^g/U well below the 
chlorofonn cleanup level of 80 |ig/L(Treadwell fi Rollo, 2005b). 

Six Metals 

A.s described in Section 2.43.4, the exceed ance concentrations for dissolved zinc appear to have 

been related to the type of groundwater filter previously used by Blaine Tech in the quarterly 
sainpbng. Additionallv, the total metal exceedances delected in the seep samples (felOSPOi and 
6I0S[*02) are related tounfiltered total metals analysis. These results are for'tolal" metals, 
including Ihe metals associated with sediments in the water rather than for dissolved metals. At 
the request of DTSC, those seep samples were not filtered in order to collect data that can be used 
in ecological risk comparisons. However, because the saltwater ecological en teria used in this 
CAP from the Basin Plan are expressed in terms of dissolved concentrations, rather than total 
concentrations, it is more appropnate to compare the dissolved concentrations to the saltwater 
cnlena in this CAP to assess the potential for water quality impacts for ecological receptors. 

Dissolved copper has been detected onlv once at a concentration above the CAP cleanup level 
(3.1 fig^). The exceedance was reported from one of the 12 samples analyzed from upgradient 
well6O0GW105 [4.2 |ig/L) in December 2002. Dissolved copper has not been detected above the 
cleanup Level since that time (Figure 9). 

Nickel (ranging between 5. 1 and 1 1 |ig/L) has been detected at concentrations slightly above Ihe 
cleanup level [8.2 |ig/L] in samples from downgradienl well 600GW104 lone of 12 samples) and 
upgradient well 600GW105 [two of 12 samples j. These concentrations are similar to those 



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detecled at olher Presidio silesfBuilding 1349 and Fill Sile 6) where nickel is not a COC 
(Treadwell & Rollo, 2005b) and appear to be within histoncal Presidio groundwater concentration 
ranges. 

Arsenic 

Dissolved arsenic has been delected above the cleanup level of 10 fxg/L (dniiking water cleanup 
level J 111 mom ton ng well and seep samples collected m the vicinity and dowiigradient of the 
Commissary Seeps Excavation (Figures 9 and 10). Monitoring well 6I0GWI0I i s located on the 
southern excavation boLLndary where concentrations have ranged from < 5 to 73 jig/L. 
Monitoring well 610GW102 is located in the former Commissary Seeps Excavation where 
concentrations ranged from 6.1 to 22.1 |Jg/L. Dissolved arsenic concentrations at 6I0GWI03 
have ranged between 4.6 to 13 |.Lg^L Dun ng these same samphng events, dissolved arsenic has 
consistently been detected at both seeps (610SPOI and 61OSP02) at concentrations ranging 
from 5.9 to 23 |Jg^L. None of these dissolved arsenic concentrahons exceed the Saltwater 
Ecological cleanup level of 36 |.Lg/L, and therefore, dissolved arsenic concentrations are not high 
enough to adversely affect Crissy Field Marsh. It is extremely unlikely that shallow gioundwater 
adjacent to Crissy Field Mai"sh will be used for dnnking water puiposes. 

Elevated dissolved arsenic concentrations in the Commissary Seeps Interim Soume Removal 
Area likely are the result of reducing condihons created by a former petroleum release. The 
relationship between reducing conditions in groundwater and elevated dissolved arsenic 
concentrahons is widely recognized [Dragun, I9ES, Fetter, 1993, Saxena, et aL, 2004, and Kirk, 
et al., 2004). Reducing conditions can mobilize naturally-occurring arsenic that is present in soil. 
Arsenic is mobilized by reductive dissolution of iron and manganese oxides/hydroxides on which 
it adsorbs (i.e., reduction of iron 111 to iron H and reduction of manganese IV to manganese 11) 
and the reduchon of arsenic from arsenate [arsenic V) to arsenite (arsenic III). Arsenate is more 
adsorptive on iron and manganese oxides/hydroxides than is arsenite. 

When reducing conditions mobilize arsenic, elevated dissolved arsenic would be exi>ected to be 
accompanied by elevated dissolved (reduced j iron (Le., ferrous iron or iron il). At a neutral pH, 
ferric iron (iron [[[) reduces to ferrous iron (iron [[) at an Eh (oxidation -reduction potential 
relative to the standard hydrogen reference electrode) similar lo that where arsenate (arsenic V) 
reduces to arsenite (arsenic III; i.e., approximately +0.2 vohs for iron compared to 0.0 volts for 
arsenic). Therefore, dissolved iron measurements in groundwater provide a useful tool for 
assessing whether groundwater conditions would favor mobilization of naturally-occurring 
arsenic. When ambient conditions retuni following the removal of petroleum, dissolved Ifenous 
[iron I[|) iron should oxidize to form ferric oxides/hydroxides, which strongly adsorb arsenic, 
and arsenite should oxidize to arsenate. 

Groundwater general chemistry results are summarized in Table C -1 2, dissolved gases and TOC 

inTableC-13, and arsenic speciation results m Table C- 14. Appendix A, Attachment A-l 



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provider a detailed discussion of arsenic in groundwater at the Com mis sar\'/PX Study Area. The 
evaluation presented in Atlachmenl A- 1 supporls the foU owing conclusions: 

• The dissolved arsenic and redox groundwater data collected at the Commissary/PX Study 
Aiea 1 ndicale thai reducing conditions are present in areas with former peiro leu m 
releases. The elevaled dissolved arsenic conceiilralion^ above the cleanup level of 
lOjig/Lm ihe vicinity of the Commissary Seep^ Interim Source Removal Area aie likely 
the result of reducing conditions m the area. 

• Reducing conditions are also apparent al other petroleum -release sites at the Presidio, 
including Ihe Building 1065, Building 1349. and Building 207/231 Areas. 

• Dissolved arsenic concenlrations ai"e expected to decrease (when reducing conditions are 
caused by pelroleumj after the pelroleum in soil is remediated and ground water returns to 
ambient condi lions. 

A comparison of Ihe groundwalerdala to CAP cleanup levels is presenled in Section 3.2.4. 



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3,0 SOVIMARV OF SITE RISKS 

This section presents the project's remedial action objectives (RAOs) and identifies the cleanup 

levels, COCs, and RUs. 

3.1 Remedial Action ObjectivES <RAOs) 

RAOs are statements of the general goals of an environmental cleanup. For the cleanup 
remedies to be conducted at the Commissary/PX Area, the RAOs Include the following: 

• Protection of human health and the environment, including Crissy Field Marsh, 
consistent with future planned land use. 

• Cost-effective cleanup of petroleum leleases in the Study Area, consistent with planned 
land use. 

• Recycling excavated materials, such as concrete and asphalt, to the extent practicable. 

• Compliance with State and Federal environmental laws. 

• Consistency of the selected remedial alternatives at the Study Area with the overall 
h"ansformahon of the Presidio into a nahonal park site. 

• Preference for permanent ("clean closnre") remedies whenever practicable, cost- 
effective, and consistent with current or anticipated land use. 

3.2 Development of Applicable Cleanup Levels and Idenlification of COCs 

Cleanup levels for petroleum hydrocarbons and related constituents are determined bv the SCRs 
as adopted in the RWQCB Order. Cleanup levels for n on -petroleum contaminants are based on 
the planned land use and site lithology(ies) for the Study Area and have been developed 
consistent with the processes detailed in the Cleanup Levels Document (EKE, 2002). 

The key factors that are used to develop cleanup levels for a given site are hnman health and 
ecological ei'iposure as well as backgiound metal concentrations. Cleanup levels are defined by 
the most sensitive population that is reasonably associated with the planned land use identified 
for a paiticular area (EKI,2002). As described in the Cleanup Level Docnmeni, backgiound 
metals concentrations are based on the predominant soil lithologies found in the Presidio. For 
any given site, the apjilic able cleanup level incorporates the impacted media, predominant soil or 
sediment lithologies and associated background metal concentrations, planned human land use 
(residential, recreational, or commercial/industrialj, planned ecological land use (inckiding the 
presence of special-status species j, the presence of petroleum-related chemicals, depth to 
groundwater, and resources to be protected. 



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3,2.1 Soil Cleanup Levels 
The following soil cleanup levels are applicable to ihe Study Area: 



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• 



Human Health ^Recreational and Residenbal Use^ : The GMPA and PTMP call for 
recreational fand use at the Study Area. It is noted that cleanup levels for lecrealional use 
are more slriugenl than cleanup levels for coinmei"cial land use (EKI, 2002). Thus, 
cleanup to recreational u^e standards would be protective of commen^ial site use as well. 
Residential cleanup levels are also being considered in this CAP so thai the site maybe 
available for unrestncted use. 

EcolQgi_c;il_^S^II water Ecologica] Protection Zone) : Themajority of theSludy Area is 
included in the Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone defined in the RWQCB Older 
because of its proximity lo the Crissy Field Marsh and potential expansion. The polenhal 
expansion is currently being considered and will be evalualed in Ihe upcoming NE PA 
process. However, as described in Section 1 .5, if ihe Trust detennmes ihal Ihe Crissy 
Field Marsh will not expand inio the Phase 2 Area, future cleanup m^y be conducted, 
subjecl to RWQCB approval, lobe more consistent with aclual fulure land use. 

Ecological (Buffer Zone) : Per the Cleanup Levels Document, Ihe Study Area also falls 

within ^n Ecological Buffer Zone. 

• Metals Backgiound Concenlrations for Be^ch/Dune Sand : Thepredommanl lithology in 
the area is Be^ch/Dune Sand. 

• Groundwater Proteclion at Cnssy Field (<5 feel above groundwater) : The Study Area is 

within theCrissv Field Groundwater Are ^ of Ihe M^nna Groundwater Basin. SCRs from 
the RWQCB Order for protection of groundwater at Crissy Field are applicable to ihe 
Sludy Are^. Shallow groundwater al the Sludv Area has been encountered between 2 and 
5 feel bgs [Section 2.L2); Iherefore, adeplh logroundwater of <5 feet is assumed to 
evaluate Ihe leaching potential from soil logroundwater. 

These sile-specific applicable soil cleanup levels are presented in Table 3. Tables I, 2, 5, and 6 
of Ihe RWQCB Older and Tables 7-2 and 7-5 of the Cleanup Levels Document provide Ihe soil 
cleanup levels presented in this table. For each compound, the mosi stringeni of Ihesecntena 
has been selecled as the applicable cleanup level for the majority of Ihe Sludy Are^, which is 
within theSallwater Prolechon Zone. For ihe western poilion of Ihe site outside of the Saliwater 
Protection Zone, Ihe mosI siringent of the above criteria (excluding Sah water Proteclion Zone 
values) have been applied. In Ihe case of metals, ihe background concenlration for beach/dune 
sand has been selected ^s ihe cleanup level if il is higher ihan the olher more stringeni cleanup 
leveL The Qualilv Assurance Projecl Plan (QAPP) ^n^lytical reporting hmils and l^boralory 
detection hmils are also hsted in Table 3. Although in several cases ihe QAPP analytical 
reporting limit exceeds the cleanup level, the laboralory delection limils are below Ihe cleanup 
level for ^11 compounds hsted. 



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The iipplicable Eoil cleanup levels presented In Table 3 are themoEl stringent cleanup levels for 
the sile and have been used m ihisCAP lo select COCs and evaluale correcdve acllon associaled 
with unrestricted tiite use. Seclion3.4belo\^ presents ihe effective soil cleanup levels thai will 
be used for corrective acdon al Lhe Study Area, according lo anbclpaled future land use and 
locahon of iheCrissy Field Marsh. 

3,2,2 Croundwat^j' Clennup Levels 

Protection of groundwater as a potential drinking water source and of the saltwater of the Crissy 
Field tidal marsh govern ti the selection of groundwater cleanup level:*. 

Site-specific groundwater cleanup levels are presented in Table 4. Cleanup levels for saltwater 
at the Presidio are Lsled, as well as those for dnnking walei". The saltwater cleanup levels for 
metals, which were compiled from the Cleanup Levels Document [EKl, 2002) in Ihe Draft CAP, 
have been updated to reflect the marine water quality objectives from the RWQCB's Basin Plan, 
November 2004. The most stringent of the two criteria has been selected as the groundw ater 
cleanup level for the Sludv Area. The QAPP analytical reporting Lmils and laboratory detection 
limits are also listed. Although in several cases the QAPP analytical reporting limit exceeds the 
cleanup level, the laboratory detection limits are below the cleanup level for all compounds 
listed. 

A.2^ Sail COCs 

Soil cleanup levels reqnired bv this CAP are found in Table 3. Analytical results from previous 
Trust soil tests at Ihe Study Area (described in Section 2 above) and from the SI are provided and 
are compared to Commissary/PX CAP cleanup levels in Tables C-l through C-6 (Appendix C). 
As noted in Tables C-l througli C-6 and Figures 11 through l4,TPHg, TPHd, TPHfo, and 
benzene, as well as the following six PAHs were detected in soil al concentrations greater than 
appLcable cleanup levels (Table C-3»: B(a)A, B(a)P,B(b)F,B(k)F, DKh)A, and [{ l,23-c>djP. 

As shown on Table C-5, melals were delected during the SI above CAP cleanup levels. As 
discussed in Sechon 24.1.5, the SI concluded that elevated melal concentrations were not 
associated with Motor Pool releases but are a.ssociated with the shallow fill material present 
beneath the Study Area. However, potennal risk associated with these metals musl be managed; 
therefore, cadmium, chromium, copper lead, nickel, and ztnc are also retained as t»oilCOCs for 
theComnnssary/PX Study Area. 

PAHs have been retained as COCs. Although PAHs are a component of petroleum hydrocarbon 
fuels, they could also be derived from other anthropogenic sources such as asphalt pavement, 
contaminated fill, particulates from burning, and vehicle exhaust (Agency for Toxic Substances 
and Disease Registry, 1995; see websile at h I tp : V/^v w w . at sd r.cdc .go v/toxprofi Ies/tp69.htin 1 ) . All 
of these non-petroleum sources could have affected soil at the Commissary/PX Study Area. 



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TheCOCsfin ^oil at the Study Are^ are TPHg, TPHd,TPHfo; benzene; the following six PAHs: 

B(a)A. B{a)P, B(b)F, B(k|F. D(u,h)A. and I(l,23-c.d)P; and the following melals; cadmium, 
chromium, lead, nickel, and zinc. These COC^ have been subdivided by are^ of Ihe ^ile and for 
si">ecific soil RUs withm the Sludv Area, as identified below in Seclion 3.4. Figures 13 and 16 
illu^trale the cleanup level e'iceedances in shallow and deep soil, respeclively. 

3,2.4 Groundwater COCs 

Table 4 presents groundwater cleanup levels for theSludy Area required by this CAP. Analylical 
data for groundwater at theSludy Area were collected during ihe SI and ^s pari of Ihe Presidio- 
wide Qu^ilerly G round waler M on iloring Program asdocumenled in Xhs Semt-iinnriiif Gii>rintf\vnler 
Moiuliiiln^ Re jfut Third and Faisrlh Q nailers 2004 [Tread well 8i Rollo, 2005a) and Serni-aniiual 
Groundwislcf Momlonii}; Repoif Fimt and Secojsd Q/iarltn 2005 (Tread well & Rollo, 2005b) 
and. Figure 9 presents the potential GOG s and groundwater cleanup level exceedances. These 
data are summarized m Tables G-7 through C-l 4 (Appendix C). 

Ghemicals detected at concentrations above site cleanup levels in groundwater include TPHfo, 
MTBE, B[a)A, B[a)P, B(b)F, and Ihe metals arsenic, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc, 
[n general, the analytical results for all groundwater samples reported very few concen [rations 
above Ihe cleanup levels. 

TheFirstQuarler2003TPHfocleanup level e^ceedance at 6I0GWI0I (1,400 |Ag/L) may be 
related to residual hydrocarbons from the former Gommissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
remedial excavahon area (Figure 9) (Tread well & Rollo, 2003d). TPHfo concentrations for the 
subsequent 2003 samphng events have been less than the 1,200 |ig/L cleanup level and ranged 
from<250lo450|ig/L. TPHg has been delected nearby at 610GWI02 and 610GW103 as well 
as at the two seep locations, though detections have been well below the 770 ng/L cleanup level. 
TPHd has been delected infrequently at these locations. TPHg has been consistently detected at 
600GWIOI, but has remained below the cleanup level. MTBE has only been detected once 
above the cleanup level of 13 |ig/L at one location, 6IOSP02, with aconcentrahon of 15 jig/L 
and has not been detected above the cleanup level in previous or subsequent sampling events. 
Therefore, TPH and MTBE are not retained as groundwater COG s. 

ThePAHexceedancesat600AGGOI,600GW103, and 600GWI07 fupgradient well) were only 
slightly above the cleanup levels and are single occunences {Table G-9, Figure 9|. 600AGG01 
is a ground water grab sample location. Ground watei grab sample data was ei'icluded from GOG 
detennination for the Main Installation Sites FS if monitoring well data was available for the 
same site. Thus, 600AGG0I results were not used m the COG detennmahon process. For the 
monitoring wells, B(a)A and B[b)Fhave been detected only once at one locahon where PAHs 
are soil COCs and in previous and subsequent samphng events were not detected. Bfa)P has not 
been detected or was present at concentrations below the cleanup levels in j'lrevious and/or 
subsequent sampling events. Therefore, PAHs are not retained asgi'oundwater GOGs. 



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As discussed in Sect! on 2.4.4, the source of Ihe arsenic exceedances at 6IOGWI02,610SPOI, 

^nd 610SPO2 may be linked To naturally occumng arsenic in area soils and the existing 
geochemical subsurface environment As ^hown on Figure 10, dissolved arsenic concentrations 
^t we]] 6IOGWI02 from tlie Fourth Quarter 2002 throug]i the Second Quarter 2005 h^ve ranged 
from 6.1 lo22.l iig/L, wilti results from five of the eleven sampling events ranging above the 
10 jig/L cleanup level. Arsenic concentrations at 6I0GW103 over the same time period have 
ranged between 4.6 to 13 jig/L, with re^ulls from two of the eleven sampling events ranging 
^bove Ihe 10 tig/Lcleannp leveL Dnringlhe^e s^me sampling evenis, dissolved arsenic h^s been 
detecled at bolh seeps {6I0SF*0I and 610SP02) ^t concentrations langingfroni <5 to 19 l-ig^L 
with iwo of the dissolved arsenic resnits at 6lOS['02 and ihree of ihe dissolved arsenic results at 
6I0SF*0] ranging above the 10 jig/L cleanup level. The arsenic cleanup level is based on the 
drinking water crilerion [maMniumconlaminanI level [MCLJ; Table 4 j. Il shonid be noted that 
all dissolved arsenic concenh"alions are below the sallwaler cleanup level of 36 |.Lg/L. Therefore, 
dissolved arsenic in groundwater does notcuirently pose a signific^nl risk lo ecological receplors 
in Ihe Crissy Field Marsh. Fnrlhennore, il is very unlikely ihal water from Ihe seeps or 
groundwater immediately adjacent to Ihe seeps will be used for drinking water purposes. 
Neverlheless, the drinking water cleanup level apphes to Ihis ^rea and arsenic is retained as a 
groundwater COC. 

As described previously in Sechon 2.4.3.4, zinc cleanup level exceed^nces appear to have been 
relaled lo the type of groundwater filter inilially used by Blaine Tech in the quarlerly sampling. 
No zinc exceedances h^ve occuned since a change was made in Ihe type of field filter used, wilh 
the exception of a single sample from seep 6 1 OS F*0 1 that was not tillered. Therefore, zinc is not 
relained as a COC in groundwaler at this site. 

As described previously in Section 2.4.4, Ihe lotal metals i"esnlts for theunfillered samples do not 
reflect dissolved concentralions. Dissolved metals concentrations are more appropriate for use in 
this CAP because Ihe sallwatercrileria from Ihe Basin Plan, which are used as cleanup levels, are 
expressed in lerms of Ihe dissolved fraclion. Dissolved chrominm and lead were not detecled 
above cleanu]"' levels m the previously collected fillered sampler. Therefore, chromium and lead 
are not relained as gioundwaler COCs. 

Dissolved copper was only detecled once above the Sal I water Ecological Prolection Zone 
cleanup level of3.l|.Lg/L at well 600GW105 in December 2002 and has not been detecled above 

the cleanup level in Ihe well since that time. Additionally, dissolved copper concentralions are 
significantly below the drinking waler cleanup level of 1,000 jig/L. Therefore^ copjier i s nol 
relained as a groundwaler COC. 

The dissolved mckel exceedances at wells 600GW104 and 600GW105 appear to be at 
concenlralions which are consisteni wilh groundwaler concenlralions for Ihese melals at other 
Presidio sites snch as Fill Site 6, localed soulh and npgradient of theCommissary/PX [Tread well 

& Rollo, 2005b). Theexceedancesal600GW]O4 and 600GW105 alsoreflect the lower cleanup 
levels required for Ihe ecological buffer zone status. The delected concenlrations are well below 



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the drinking water cleanup level of 100 MS^' Additionally, the upgradient concentrations are 
similar lo concenlrations detecled m downgradienl wells. Therefore^ nickel is not retained as a 
groundwater COC. 

In summary, arsenic is Ihe only groundwater COC for Ihe Commissarv'/PX CAP. 

33 Id^ntificalion of ReniEdial Unite (RUs) 

Based on the SI soil analytical results, dala associated wilh pastcoirective achons described m 
Seclion 2.3, and ihe applicable cleanup level exceedances discussed above, several RUs have 
been identified for ihe Study Area. An RU is adistinci area of contaminated soil or ground waler 
caused or created by a petroleum -relaled release that may require correc live achon. 

3J,1 Soil Rife 

Because (here is considerable uncertainly about the aclual exteni of affecled soil, Iwo 
inlerprelalions of soil RUs have been developed m this CAP: 

1. Scenario I (Lesser Impact Scenano) : Figures 17Aand ISA show an mlerprelalion of site 
data wilh relalively small unpads at 13distincl soil RUs (excluding RUs wilhin Ihe 
CERC LA areas). These RUs are defined by kno^^n sample localions with TPH and 
benzene exceeding applicable cleanup levels. PAHs above cleanup levels are also 
included in the RUs where Ihey are coll ocaled wilh TPH contaminalion. Under Scenario 
I (Figures I7A and ISA), Ihe lolaleslimaled volume of impacted soil requiring corrective 
aclion is approximately 1 1,61 I yd . As shown on Figures I7A and ISA, each soil RU 
develoi>ed under Scenario Tisidenhfied according to Ihe Molor Pool source group 
iSeclion 2.2) thai the contamination is likely associated with or poition of the Study Area 
where Ihe contamination is localed (e.g., FDS Pipeline Area, Building 613 Area). This 
soil RU nomenclalure is used hereafler in this CAP to describe specific soil RUs. 

2. Scenario II (Greater Impact Scenano) : Figures 17B and I SB show an allernative 
inlerprelalion of sitedala with much larger areas of affected soil, resulting in 10 distinct 
soil RUs (excluding RUs within iheCERCLA areas). Under ihis allernalive 
inlerprelalion, the RUs under Scenario I were joined logelher lo include areas belween 
sample locations where ihere are a lack of TPH data. Under ihis scenario, many of the 13 
RUs shown on Figures 17A and ISA were joined logether, resulting in fewer (10 lotal|, 
but much larger RUs. Only TPH and benzene data were used lo interpret Ihis scenario 
because PAHs are expecled to be preseni throughout the fill material at the site and the 
extent of PAH-impacted soil is uncertain. For the FDS Residuals Areas and AST 634 
Area, the soil RUs were not extended under Scenano H as the contamination in these 
areas is expected lobe hmited to the locations of Ihe former FDS pipelines and AST. It 
is also noted that TPH contamination could extend beyond the RUs defined under 
Scenario H, as some boundaries of the larger RUs are not well delineated by samples. 



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Under Scenario II (Figures ]7B and ISE), the total eslimared volume of impacted soil 

reqiiinng corrective ^clioit is approximately 33,61 1 yd'. 

In general, the soil at the Study Are^ is impacted with petroleum -related compounds, TPH 
(primanly TPHfo) and PAHs Iprimarily B(a)P). Metals and PAHs are also ei'ipecled lobe 
present throiighoiil the fill malerial at ihe Study Area. The evaluation and selechon of remedial 
alternahves for the CERCLA areas (Figure E) are presented in a Draft RAP (MACTEC,2(X>1). 
The soil impacts associated with Ihe Former LTTD Area (Iwo soil locations with B(ajP above 
the E[a)P cleanup level) are withm the Building 633 Firing Range AreaCERCLA site and 
addressed under a Draft RAP (MACTEC, 2004); iherefore, the Fonner LTTD Area is not 
included inthisCAP. 

For purposes of evaluating remedial alternatives in this CAP, the soil RUs have been furlher 
subdivided into Iwo main areas by locahon: "Accessible" and "Less Accessible" Locations. The 
Accessible Locations consist of RUs or portions of RUs that are overlain by grass, pavement, or 
asphall, which can be readily excavated, making ihese areas relatively accessible for 
remedialioii. The Less Accessible Locations consisi of RUs or portions of RUs that underlie the 
foundation slab of existing Building 610 (former Commissary), which unless the building were 
destroyed or moved, makes access far more difftcnil or infeasible. 

Tables 5 A and 5B present a summary of the following for each of Ihe two inlerprelations of soil 
RUs; Ihe estimated soil volume reqninng remediation (subdivided by Accessible and Less 
Accessible Localions and Phase 1 and Phase 2 Areas), the associated COCs, Ihe depth of soil 
impacis, access consideralions, and lype of surface cover. As described in Tables 5 A and 5E, Ihe 
deplh of COC conlaminali on calends to 10 feel below the ground surface, which is 
approximately 5 feet below ihe goundwaler table (i.e. in the capillary fringe or "smear zone"' for 
petroleum contaminated sites). Smear zones are created when petroleum conlamination comes 
incontacl wilh a g"ound water table and moves vertically as it rises and falls with flucluations 
m Ihe water lable. InthisCAP, smear zone conlamination is being addressed as pari of each 
soilRU. 

33,2 C round »at«r 

Arsenic is the only groundwater COC and is only delected in ihe vicinity of ihe Former 
Commissary Seeps Interim Removal Aclion area and was detecled in one g"ab ground waler 
sample at the former Coal Storage Bin Area. As discussed in section 3.2.4, dissolved arsenic 
concentralions in Ihe Removal Action area sporadically exceed ihediinkingwaler cleanup levels 
however, they are all below the Saltwater cleanup level of 36 jig/L (Figure 10). Therefore, 
dissolved arsenic in groundwater does nol cuirently pose an actionable threat to ihe Crissy Field 
Marsh. Furlhermore, it is extremely unlikely ihat shallow groundwater adjaceni loCnssy Fieki 
Marsh will be used for drinking waler purposes. As acknowledged in the RWQCB Order: 
"Allhougli groundwater in cerlain areas withm Crissy Field meets Ihecrileria of this Board's 
drinking water policy (Board Resolution 89-39), ihe probabilily of use for such purposes is 



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minim^L Pumping ground water in those portions of Crissy Field where artificial fill lies on top 

of bay mud is likely locau^e seawater intrusion and land subsidence, thus Innihng the 
jirobability of develoj'iing these waters for such use/' The ai'ea whei"e dissolved arsenic m 
groundwater ei'iceeds the drinking water cleanup level confonns to the conditions described 
above in the RWQCB Order. Although ihednnking water cleanup levels apply to this aream a 
shTct sense, it is reasonable to treat the achievement of cleanup levels at Crissy Field differently 
due to the low probability of using thegioundwater at this locahon as a drinking water supply. 
As discussed in Section 2.4.4, the elevated dissolved arsenic concentrations likely are the result 
of biogeochemical changes caused by a histoncal petroleum release and are expected to decrease 
following remediation of the i^elroleum. Therefore, giound water monitoring has been 
incori'koraled into each remedial alternahve for the Accessible Locations of the soil RUs and no 
formal groundwater RU has been established. 

3,4 Phased Approach for Corrective Action (Phase 1 and 2 Areas) and Effective Soil 
Cleanup Levels 

Based on the analyses conducted in this CAP, several uncertainties have been identified which 
make it difficult to accurately estimate the extent of contamination or level-of-ef fort required to 
l">erform corrective action at the Study Area. These uncertainties were discussed in Section 1.5 

and are as follows; 

• Future Land Use and Expansion of Cnssy Field Marsh : The ei'itent and locahon of theCrissy 
Field Marsh expansion is currently unknown. 

• Extent and Volume of Affected Soil : As discussed m Sechon 3.3, the actual extent of 
affected soil at the Study Area is highly uncertain. Thus, two interpretations of soil RUs 
were developed in this CAP: Scenario I (Lesser Impact Scenario) and Scenario II (Greater 
Impact Scenario). The extent and volume of affected soil vary considerably between these 
two scenanos. Under Scenario II, remediation costs would be very large. 

■ Non-pelroleum Related Contaminahon : PAHs and metals may be present in soil at the Study 
Area in pail from past disposal achvihes or placement of contaminated fill, [f present 
throughout the fill, the extent of PAH- and metal -contamination would be difficult to define 
and potentially costly to remediate. 

• Archaeological Issues . Portions of the Commissary/PX Study Area are known to be 
archaeologically sensitive. 

Given these uncerlainhes and in consideration of the RAOs described above in Section 3. 1, the 

Trust has developed aj'ihased approach for corrective action at the Study Area and has divided 

the site into two areas (Figure 2A); 

I. The Phase I Area encompasses all portions of the site within Area A and portions of 
Area B within an approximate 150-fool buffer zone along the current Crissy Field 
Marsh shoreline or MHHW level, measured at theNOAA Presidio tidal station 



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(http://co -op ^.nos.n oaa.gov/benchm ^rks/bench mark s_o Id/94] 42 90.hljn I). The Order 
used a 150-fool buffer ^ long The Crissy Field shoreline loeslablish ihe Sallwaler 
Ecological Pioleclion Zone. The primary objechve of correclion aclions wilhm ihe 
FTiase I Area is lo address Ihe RUs that pole nil a My pose a cuirenr threat to Crissy Field 
Marsh waler quality and land uses within Area A. Under Scenario I (Lesser Impact 
Scenario^ Ihe soil RUs and associated COCs within the Phase 1 Aiea are (Figure 2A): 

• FDS Pipeline Residuals Areas 1 and 3 [Area A); COCs for these soil RUs are TPH, 
benzene, and melals. PAHs are nol considered COCs at these soil RUs as PAHs 
were not detecled in soil confirmalion samples collecled from Ihese areas. 

• FDS Pipelme Residuals Area 2 and Accessible Localions of the Building 626 Area 
(Area B): COCs within these soil RUs are TPH, PAHs. and melals. 

• TPHgSourceArea(Areas AaiidB): COCs within this RU are TPH. PAHs, and 
melals. 

These soil RUs are all within Accessible Localions (nol undernealh buildings). All 

remaining soil RUs al Ihe Study Area are wilhin ihe Phase 2 Area. 

2. The Phase 2 Area encompasses ihe remaining portions of Ihe sile which fall outside of 
the approximate 150-foot buffer zone and are wilhin Area B (Figure 2A). The primary 
objeclive of coneclion aclions wilhin Ihe Phase 2 Area is lo address Ihe RUs thai 
potentially pose a ihreal to anhcipated land use (i.e., human recrealional use) within 
Area B and could pose a threat to Ihe Crissy Field Marsh if it were expanded mlo the 
area in the fulure. The soil RUs within the Phase 2 Area include Accessible Locations, 
as well as Less Accessible Locahons underneath Building 610. COCs for Ihe Phase 2 
Area RUs are TPH. PAHs, and metals. 

This phased approach of dividing ihe Study Area into the Phase I and 2 Areas and implementing 
correclive actions lo be consistent with Ihese areas meets ihe RAOs and goals of Ihe RWQCB 
Older. It also addresses the uncertainties idenlified above by: (I) allowing for flexibilily with 
respecl to Ihe future expansion of the Crissy Field Marsh and cleanup decisions wilhin Ihe 
Phase 2 Area associated wilh Ihe marsh expansion; (2) providing an opportunity to evaluale the 
approach for monitoring and processing of archaeological ailifacis during Phase I and before 
Phase 2 is implemenled; and (3) minimizing Ihe volume of polenhally impacted soil lobe 
removed under the correclive action. 

Based on this approach, the following effective cleanup levels have been idenlified for Ihe Study 

Area and were developed based on four potential land use scenanos across ihe sile: 

1. Unresfriclcd land Use willr proleclion cf Crissy Field Maisii ynilerqitality'. Lowesi of 
(1) Human health [Residential); (2j Ecological (Buffer Zone/Sail water Ecological 
Prolection Zonel; and (3) Groundwater Prolechon al Crissy Field [<5 feet above 
groundwaler). These cleanup levels are ihe mosi siringent, applicable soil cleanup levels 



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identified above in Section 3.2.1 and would allow for unrestricted human land u^eand 
sensitive ecological uses associated with tlie Cnssy Field Marsh. 

2. Unrestrided land Use wilho\tt proiecl'son cj Cn'ssy Field Marsh water quaUfy: Lowest of 
(1) Human health (Residential); (2j Ecological (Buffer Zonej; and (3) Ground water 
Protection at Crissy Field {<5 feel above groundwater). These cleanup levels would 
allow for Linreslricted human land uie and terrestrial ecological uses outside of the 
sensihve marsh area. 

3. Reslricfed land use willr pioleclion cJ Crt'ssy Field Mat ah wale rqtia lily: Lowest of 

(I J Human health fRecreahonal); (2) Ecological (Buffer Zone/Saltwater Ecological 
[Protection Zone|; and (3) Groundwater Prolechon at Crissy Field (<5 feet above 
groundwater). These cleanup levels would allow for ecologically sensitive site uses 
associated with the Crissy Field Marsh, but would restnct hnman land use to recreational 
]"HLrposes, which is the anticipated human land use for the Study Area. 

4. Restricied land use willuitH pixffeclton cJ Cn'ssy Field Marsh walei'qtialily: Lowest of 
(I J Human health (Recreahonal|; (2} Ecological ( B uffer Zone); and (3) Groundwater 
[Protection at Crissy Field (<5 feel above groundwater). These cleanup levels are 
represenlahve of the current anhcipated land use for the Phase 2 Area which is within an 
ecological buffer zone as defined in the Cleanup Levels Document. However, the Study 
Area is currently covered by pavement, buildings, or landscaped areas which provide 
only limited ecological value. Therefore, cleanup levels prolechve of lerrestnal 
ecological receptors may not be applicable under the anticipated land use (consistent 
with Figure 8 of the RWQCB Order). 

These effective cleanup levels are presented in Table 3 and will be ajiplied for correcti ve actions 
implemented under this CAP, as discussed in Section 5J. 



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4,0 EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES 

The following section identifies potential remedial technologies that could be used to achieve the 
RAOs identified in Seclion3.], discusser ihe screening of these remedial lechnologies pursuant 
to screening crileri a, organizes combinali on ^ of viable technologies into coirective aclion 
allernahves, and evaluates Ihese alternatives against the correc live action selection cnten a. For 
purposes of evalualingand screening remedial lechnologies in ihisCAP, ihe Accessible and Less 
Accessible Localions of the soil RUs, discussed in Sechon 3.3, areevalualed separalely. Id 
addition, in the developm en I, evaluation, and selection of corrective achon alternatives, the 
phased aj'iproach and corresponding Phase I and 2 Areas, developed in Section 3^, are 
considered. 

4.1 Ideiitiricalion and Screening of Potential Soil Remedial Technologies 

Factors that will ultimately be used in evaluating corrective action alternatives were also applied 
to initially screen potential remedial technologies identified for the Accessible and Less 
Accessible Locations of the Study Area soil RUs. The primary sci"eening criteria are technical 
effechveness, implementability, and cost. 

1 . Technical Effectiveness 

Technical effectiveness refers to the ability' of a technology to address; I) the estimated area or 
volumes of media requiring remediahon to meet the RAOs; 2) the potential impacts to human 
health and the environment during implementation and any constiuction; and 3j the long-term 
reh ability and proven history of the technology with respect to the types of chemicals and 

condihons at the site. 

2. 1 mp lementabi lity 

Implementability refers to both the technical and institutional feasibility of implementing a 
particular remedial technology, including: 1) the likelihood of obtaining pennits and approvals 
fi"om regulatory agencies; 2) availability of appropriate treatment, storage, and disposal facilities 

(TSDFs); and 3) availability of the equipment, materials and skilled workers necessary to 
implement the particular technology. 

3. Cost-Effecliveness 

Cost-effectiveness includes assessment of the relative capital and operation and maintenance 
(O&M) costs associated with a particular technology. Costs are estimated using best engmeenng 
judgment at the time of the estimate. Cost-effectiveness weighs required expenditures against 
potential benefits, and is used to eh urinate options that are subslanhally more expensive than 
other process ophons providing the same level of protection. 



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Not ^l] potential remedial technologies are applicable to both Accessible and Less Accessible 
Locations. The polential technologies are: 

■ No action; 

• Land Use Controls; 

• Capping; 

• lit srfu soi I treatment; 

• Er silii soil treatment; and 

• Excavation and off-sitedisposal,iiicludingrecycling. 

After screening, ihose technologies ihat become part of a comprehensive alteniative (Section A.2) 
are identified below as being suitable for the soil RUs al Accessible Locations, Less Accessible 

Locations, or both types of Locations. 

As explained in Section 3.3, no formal gjoundwaler RU has been established for the Sludy Area. 
Thus, no gionndwater remedial technologies or groundwater remedial allematives were deemed 
^varranted for this CAP. G ronnd water m on iloring has been incorporaled into ihe remedial 
alternatives for the soil RUs. 

4.L1 No Aclioii 

The'^o achon" option is included in the evalualion as a baseline for comparison of other 
alternatives. The**no action" ophon serves as a reference for evaluating and comparing the 
technical effectiveness, implemenlability, and cost of other alternatives. The **no action" 
technology has therefore been retained for fuilher analysis. It is ajipLcable lo both Accessible 
and Less Accessible Locations of the soil RUs. 

4.L2 Land Use Conlrols <LUCs) 

LUC 5 refer to reslric lions on the potential futnreuse of land or groundwater based on the levels 
of contaminants in soil or groundwater Implementalion of LUC s for soil would restrict site use, 
reslrici disturbance of soil, or maintain site cover in order to minimize risks dne to potential 
exposure to COCs. LUCs for groundwater would include restrictions on the use of groundwater 
as a drinking water supply. 

TheComniissary/PX soil RUs are generally localed in Area B of the E^residio with a few in 
Area A. Ei'iistingand planned land uses in Area B are directed by ihe Trust through ils 
comprehensive land use and management plan, the PTMP(Trnsl, 2002). LUCs for Area B 
remediahon siles include restricting or control ling site uses bv admmistralive procedures such as 
preparing a site-specific addendum lo ihe Presidio Trust's Land UseConlrol Master Reference 
Report (LUCMRR). Trust planning/project proponents and members of ihe public mav review 
all existing LUCs for the E^residio by reviewing the LUCMRR in the Tmsl Library. The Trust 

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would notify DTSC and RWQCB of any proposed action Ihar may dismpr the effectiveness of 
the LUCs, and any proposed action ihal could alien or eliminate tlie conlinued need for LUCs. 
Forihe porlion of thecoireclive achon site^ in Area A, LUCs wonid be implemented dccording 
to NFS Area A requiremenls. 

The Tnisl generally does not consider LUCs by themselves lo meet RAOs for Area B sites where 
conlaminaled materials remain left in-place and po^e r polenh^l n^k to hum^n health or 
ecological receplors. LUCs may be used incombin^hon withcerlain engineering controls 
(e.g., capping) Ihalcreale r physical barrier between Iheconlaminated malerial and hnm^n or 
ecological receptors. LUCs are used lo protecl Ihe engineering controls by prevenhng soil 
disturbance and exposure. 

The relative coslof this technology for moderate to large sized areas is low. LUCs are retained 
for further analysis for both Accessible ^nd Less Accessible Locations of the soil RUsin 
combination with other remedial technologies. 

4,1,3 Capping 

Capping involves either placing a synthetic surface layer (geotextile) or enhancing an existing 
surface cover (soil, asphalt, or concrelej over a site as a barrier to isolate ^nd prevent exposure of 
human and/or ecological receptors to contaminants in the soil A cap needs to be maintained, 
and intrusive activities would be restricted bv specific LUCs. Groundwater monitonng would be 
included in any alternative using this technology. The puipose is to monitor for potential future 
impacts caused by remaining soil contamination. 

Capping is relumed for further analysis ^nd consideration, ft is applicable to both Accessible and 

Less Accessible Locahonsof the soil RUs. 

4AA In Sftu Soil Treatment 

Soil treatment technologies involve the reduchon of the toxicity, mobility, or volume of COCs 
present in the subsurface soil without their removal from the site soil. In silu soil treatment 
technologies involve ire^hng the soil in place without excavation. T^ble 6 provides a detailed 
assessment of the site-specific effechveness of the various tn iiln treatment technologies and 
summarizes the re 1 ah ve effectiveness, implement^bility, and cost of the in silu remedial 
technologies considered. Soil heatment technologies evaluated include: 

• Bioremediahon technologies: biosparging, bioventing* and enhanced bioremediation 
with an oxygen release product; 

• Sparging and exirachon technologies; air sparging, ozone sparging, and soil vapor 
extraction; and 

• Chemical oxidation technologies: hydrogen peioxide and sodium persulfete. 



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A^ described in Tabfe 6, based on an evaluation of the site-specific effectiveness of Ihe various 
in .•iilii trealmeni lechnologies, ai well as a consideralion of their implenientability and relative 
cost, bi oven ling combined wilh biosparging, oxygen release product injection, ozone sparging, 
and sodium persulfele injeclion are relained for furlher analytni^ for the LethS Accetnsible 

Locations of the soil RUs. 

Eased on the high cost associated with application of ^'f^ siln technologies for Die larger 
Accessible Locations of the soil RUs, in s!lu treatment technologies are no! retained for Ihe 
Accessible Localions . The vokime of soil requiring trealmeni in both ihe shallow and deep 

zones of the Accessible Locahons is approximalely 12,000 yd', assuming the inlerprelalion of 

affected soil shown on Figures I7A and ISA (Scenario I - Lesser Impacl Scenario). The range of 
TPHg concentrations exceeding cleanup levels in shallow soil (0 to 3 feet bgs) is 30 to 520 
mg/kg; forTPHdis 1 80 to 1,400 mg/kg; and forTPHfois 170 lo 7,900 mg/kg [Figure llj. The 
range of TPHg concenlrations exceeding cleanup levels in deep soil (3 to 10 feel bgsj is 1,100 to 
2,600 mg/kg; for TPHd is 230 lo 1 ,500 mg/kg; and forTPHfois 150 to l,SOO mg/kg [Figure 12). 

For Ihe purposes of calculating Ihe amouni of ORC-Advanced^" needed for soil treatment, an 
average concenh"ali on of TPHg, TPHd, and TPHfo for the entire h'eatment area needs lobe 
eslimated. Based on the available data, an average concentrah on of 70 mg/kg TPHg, 100 mg/kg 
TPHd, and 1,100 mg/kg TPHfo, for an overall average of 1,270 mg/kg of lotal TPH was 
assumed. Using ihe proprietary software provided by a manufacturer of oxygen release 
compound [ORG -Advanced'^' by Regenesis, Inc. [Regenesis, 20O4]j, Ihe calculated quantily 
of ORG i"equired lofreat 12,000 yd of soil with an average concentrah on of 1,270 mg/kg TPH is 
863,628 pounds at acosi of $8 per pound or a lotal matenalscosi of S6, 909,026 (plus California 
sales tax and shipping). Thecosi of applying the ORC, whether by means of excavahon, mixing 
with a pugmill, and backfilling or direcl injeclion via soil bonngs; conslruclion managemeni; 
reporlmg, and so forlh, would be m addition to Ihiscost. If the area of impacl isgreater than that 
shown on Figures I7A and I8A [i.e., similar to Ihat shown on Figures I7B and I8B), the costs 
would be considerably higher. Glearly, Ihis approach is infeasible for a variety of reasons, mosi 
imporiantly excessive cost The vendor c on lacted concurs wilh this assessmeni and does nol 
recommend using this product to Ireat gross soil contamination. Therefore, in silji irealmeni 
technologies are nol retained for Ihe Accessible Locations as a single remediation option. 

4,1,5 Ex Situ Soil Trealment 

Ex situ soil treatment technologies treat conlammaled sile soil after they are excavated from the 
site. Ex silu soil ireatment technologies include landfarmmg, ex -situ soil vapor extraction (SVE|, 
biopiles, or low 4emperature thermal de sorption. Ex silji technologies have certain advantages 
over in silji melhods, lypically including easier verificalion sampling, greater process control, 
and lower unilcosl. However, under curreni disposal markel conditions m Gahfornia, Ireating 
Glass II soil lomeet Glass HI acceptance cnten a, whether perfonned onsile or offsite, is nolcosi 
effechve. The difference belween the unil rate disposal cosis for Class II soil (S35/lon) and 
Glass HI soil (S24/tonj is approximately S9/ton. The cost for treating soil lomeet Glass III 



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acceptance criteria (eilher onsile or off^ite) is fikely much greater Ihan S9/lon. Ev siln treatment 
would only address TPH and PAHs. Low-level metals in the soil would remain, resulting in r 
need to perform samplmg and analysis, including leacliing testing, for disposal puipo^es. Even 
after treatment for TPH and PAHs, the soil may nol qualify for Cla^s HI disposal because of 
metals present m the soiL This additional sampling and analysis would also add to the cost of 
the ex sitn treatment oph on. Other disadvantages for on-site and off -site treatment are discussed 
below. 

Er-iilii O'l-Sile Suil Tretslmcn! Piiiir Uf D'ssposai Off-Ssle 

There are numerous logistical reasons why on-site treatment is not desirable. Construction and 
operation of high-profile ex s!fu soil treatment units is undesirable in this public, highly used and 
visited area. Stockpiling and treating affected soil would cause nuisance issues (visual impact^ 
odors) and utilize needed jiarking areas. 

Er-iifw OJJ-St'le Soil Treaimeiit Piior to Disposaf 

There are a limited number of facihties that will treat petroleum -affected soil prior to disposal as 
Class \\\ waste. Transporlahon to such facilihes would increase costs by an addihonal $25 or 
more per ton. Treatment costs at off-sile facilities also are very high. For example, Envirogreen 
Recycling located in Vancouver, Canada would treat and recycle the treated soil for other 
industrial uses at a cost of S65 to SE5 per ton, not including transportation costs. Transportation 
and treatment costs would be much greater than the additional SWton to simply dispose the soil 
ataClassll facility. 

For these reasons, ex sUit treatment prior to off-site disposal is not retained for further 
consideration. 

4.1^ E\cavalion and OfT-Sile Disposal (supplemented by o\j gen releasing 
prcxluct, if necessary) 

Excavation is a practical source control measure that would be applicable to the conditions at the 
Commissary/PX Study Area sites. Conventional excavation technologies (e.g. excavators, 
backhoes, etc) can remove soil contamination to a depth of approximately 15 feet without 
shonng. Fifteen feet bgs is beyond the maMinum anticipated depth of contamination at each soil 
RU including any smear zone contamination. The majority of the contamination is located in the 
uppers feet of the subsurface. In addition, the presence of the Bay Mud at approximately 7 to 8 
feet bgs m the northern j'loriion of the Study Area limits the depths to which contaminants might 
have migrated. Wood, asphalt, concrete and vegetative waste are not thought to be present in 
sufficient volumes at each soil RU to make recychng practicable. Off-sile disposal moves 
petroleum-affected soil from its current location to an approved off-site disposal facility. As 
stated above, it is anhcipated that convenhonal excavation technologies would be able to remove 
smear zone con ta mi nation. However, in the unhkely event that excavation technologies could 



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not completely remove the deeper petroleum contamination, oxygen releasing product (e.g. 
ORG ) could be placed in Ihe e^c^vation Rves to complele the remediation of any remaining 
conlami nation. Thi^ pi'oduct is selected over the other rn siln technologies descn bed above in 
Section 4 J .4 because it can be easily spread or ^pphed in an open exc^v^tion ^vlthont the use of 
specialized equipmeni, injection wells, or piping required by other in sil/i technologies. A 
detailed outline of the potential ^pphcation of an oxygen releasing product in combination with 
excavation wonid be presented in the CAP Implementation Work Plans (Section 5.0). This 
technology is retained for fuilher evaluation for both Accessible and Less Accessible Locations 
of the soil RUs. 



4.2 Corrective Aclioii Alternatives Considered 

B^sed on screening of technologies for soil remediation described above, the following 
altern^hves have been created for evaluation for the Accessible and Less Accessible Locations of 
the soil RUs. Ciround water monitonng is considered as a component of specific soil RU 
alternatives. 

• Allernahve I -No Action and Groundwater Mom ton ng-We 1 1 Abandonment (All Soil 
RUs) 

• Alternahve 2 -Capping and Land Use Controls with Groundwater Monitoring [^All Soil 
RUs) 

• Alternahve 3 -In Siln Soil Remediation and Land Use Controls (Less Accessible 

Loc^hons of Soil RUs Only) 

• Alternahve 4 -Excavation and Off -Site Disposal, Capping and Land Use Controls, and 

Groundwater Monitonng (All RUs) 

Only Alternatives 2 and 4 expressly include groundwater monitonng. Because Alteniative 2 
does not involve Ihe removal of petroleum -impacted soil, the alternative includes monitonng 
groundwater across the enhre Commissaiy/PX Study Area for petroleum -related constituents. 
For Alternative 4, groundwater monitonng would be limited to the vicinity of the GonimissaiT 
Seeps Intenni Removal Area and Building 610. Allernahve 3, does not include groundwater 
monitoring because it is only considered in combination with Alteniatives 2 and 4. 

For Alternative 4, Exc^v^hon and Off -Site Disposal was not considered implementable ^s a 
single remedi^hon opUon, but was developed ^s an alternative in combination with Gapping and 
LUGs (see Sechon 4.4.4|. Although Exc^vahon and Off -Site Disposal would be technically 
effechve ^s a sole remediation option, it would be difficult to implement across the Study Area 
and could have extremely high cost given the uncertainties associated with the actual extent and 
volume of impacted soil ^nd potenh^l expansion of theCrissy Field Marsh, ^s descn bed in 
Section 3.4. It would include large-sc^le removal of pavement, landscaped areas, and exc^vahon 
of up to approximately 34,267 yd of soil and additional excavation to remove PAH- and metal- 
imj'kacted soil. Appropriate precautions would need to be taken to prevent damage or loss of 



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culturaMv significant artifacU during exc^v^tion that may be predentin the subsurface of a]] soil 
RUs. Therefore, Excavation and Off-Sile Disposal of ihe soil RUs ihroughout the Sludy Area 
could have signific^nl impacts on cultural resources and would need to be coordinated and 
monitored ihrough Ihe Program m^lic Agreement for the Presidio between llie Tiijsl and Ihe State 
Historic Preservalion Officer (for work in Area B) and the Programmatic Agreement for ihe 
Presidio between Ihe NPS and ihe Stale Historic Preservation Officer (for work in Area A). 
Eased on these concerns. Excavation and Off-Sile Disposal, only in combinalion wilh Capping 
and LUCs, was develoi^ed as an allemative for the Study Area for furlher evalualion in this CAP. 

For Allernalive 3, LUCs was also included as acomponent of the/f^ Sriii Soil Remediation 
alternalive(see Seclion4A3X primanly due to ihe presence of non-pelrolenm relaled PAH- and 
melal -impacted soil in fill malerl a 1 beneath ihe building. Thecosis for Ihese LUCs are included 
in Allemalives 2 and 4 for Phase I Accessible Areas. 

The comparalive evaluation of alternatives is summarized in Tables 7A and 7E for Accessible 
and Less Accessible Locahons of soil RUs, respechvely. 

43 Crileria for the Evaluation of Corrective Aclion Alternatives 

The three crileria in Section 4.1 used to screen lechnologies — technical effectiveness, 
implement ability', and cosl-effecliveness - are also applied in evaluating the correchve action 
alternalives. Encompassed wilhin Ihe evaluahon of these crileria is Ihe exteni to which a 
proposed remedy mihgales the adverse effecis of anvunaulhorized pelroleum release. The 
evaluation looks at whether the remedy j'lrolecls human heallh, ecological receplors, and waler 
quahty as well as whelher il controls long-tenn risks, source conlaminalion, and volume of 
conlaminants. The remedy selected must be cost-effective. 

Also to be considered will be the likehhood of apphcable regulatory agency acceptance of Ihe 
proposed coirective aclions as well as public acceptance of Ihe proposed action. The Draft CAP 
was made available for slakeholder review and comment. All comments received were 
considered prior lo finalizing the CAP, and comments are summarized and responded lo m 
Appendix A. 

4,4 Evaluation of Corre^llve Aclion Alternatives 

The remedial alteniatives evaluation for bolh the Accessible and Less Accessible Locations of 
the soil RUs is summanzed in Tables 7Aand 7B, respeclively. As discussed in Sechon 3.3, the 
extern of impacted soil is uncerlain and iwo inlerprelations of RUs have been develo]>ed: 
Scenano I {Lesser Impaci Scenano) shown on Figures 17A and ISA and Scenario II (Greater 
Impaci Scenario) shown on Figures I7B and I SB. CosI estimates have been developed for both 
scenarios. For purposes of companngallernalives m ihe following sections and m Tables 7A 
and 7B, ihe cosis developed for Scenario I (Lesser Impact Scenano) were used. Summanes of 
the eslimated cosis for the alternatives under Scenano II (Greater Impact Scenano) are presenled 



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in Tables 8 A Through SC. Detailed cost estimates for each allernative under Scenario I are 
presented in Tables 9A ihrough 91- Summaries of thee^lunaled cosis for ihe allematives under 
Scenario II are presented in Tables D-IA ihiough D-IC and delailed cosi e^timales for each 
allernaljve are presented in Tables D-2 through D-IO (Apjiendis D). 

Each soil remedial alternative is evaluated based on the exlenl lo which il meets the evaluation 
criteria. Groundwater moniloring and monitonng well abandonment costs are included in 
allernalives for Accessible Localions only, because Less Accessible Location alteniahves will 
always be combined with an Accessible Location correchveaclion for implemenlation at the 
Study Area. 

The following sections identify and evaluate remedial alternatives for soil RUs. 

4A.I Alternative 1 - No Aclion (All Soil RUs) 

Alternative I provides no additional control or prolection to human health or the environmenl for 
the conlaminalion Ihat exists al ihe Study Area. This alteniative abandons exislmg ground waler 
monitoring wells. Consequently, ihe gi'oundwaler would not be monitored lo assess any impacis 
due lo existing conlaminalion and all existing potenlial exposure palh ways would remain 
unconlroUed. This alternative does not preveni visitor, lenant, or resident exposures, does not 
prolecl againsi impacis to gioundwaler, and therefore does nol protecl human health, safety and 
the environmenl. This allernative also does nol prolect the Crissy Field Marsh in ihe Phase 1 
Area and i is potenlial expansion inio the Phase 2 Area. The"noachon" a Hern ah ve provides no 
technical effectiveness, since no remedial action is underlaken and COCs would nol be reduced. 
The tolal eshmaledcosi of this alteniative for bolh Ihe Accessible and Less Accessible Localions 
of the soil RUs [combined) is S65.000 (Tables 8A and 9A). It is nol considered effective 
because, although low in cost, il fails to address any sile impacts of the petroleum releases. 

4A.2 .\lteniative 2 - C^ppinL'iind Land Use Controls with Ground waler 
Monitoring (All Soil RLs) 

Alternative 2 maintains exislmg asphalt and concrete cover over Ihe soil RUs and places caps 
over uncovered porlions of soil RUs lo isolale the conlaminaled soil from human exposure. 
Because Ihe con laminated soil is nol removed, this allernalive includes Ihe developmeni and 
implementah on of an LUC fasdescnbed in Sec lion 4. 1 .2) to safeguard Ihe cap, provide advance 
notice of sile condi lions in Ihe event of future ground dislurbingachvit^', and restrict fulure land 
uses lo those compatible with safegu aiding ihe integrily of the cap. Separate LUCs would be 
required for Area A and Area B porlions of Ihe Study Area, which would be implemented 
separately according lo NPS and Trust protocols, respeclively. Al unpaved landscape areas, 
impacled soil would be excavated lo a deplh that would allow placement of a geosvnihetic clay 
liner [GCL| which would be covered wilh a vegetalive soil layer. Impacted soil would be 
removed for off-site disposal. TheSludy Area is localed wilhin a Hisloric Sensilivily Zone 
(Seclion 5.4). To protecl cultural resources, work al ihe Study Area would be monitored as 



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outlined in Section 5.4. Such moniloring is not expected to significanllv impacl Ihe associated 
cost of this alternative. 

The ahernatlve also includes groundwater monitonng for polenhal impacts due to remaining soil 
contaminalion. The LUCs would prohibil use of gjouiidwater as adnnking water supply until 
chemical conceii (rations are below drinking water cleanup levels [e.g., MCLs). 

Capping of conlammanis would be prolective of human health and safely wilhin Ihe FTiase 2 
Area, as it would eliminate Ihe polenhal for contaminant exposure through soil ingestion, dermal 

conlact, and inhalahon. Prolechon of groundwater wilhin Ihe Phase 2 Area would be evaluated 
through gioundwaler moniloring. For Ihe Pha^e 1 Area, thi^ allernalive would not be prolective 
of the environment, as it would leave con la mi nation in-place within an ecologically sensitive 
area which poses a ihreal lo the current Crissy Field Marsh. Under Ihis alternahve, an LUC 
would be required to prevent direct conlact with Ihe contaminated soil, restrici future land uses 
mconsistenl wilh levels of contammahon remaining on sile, eslabhsh procedures for the 
management of contaminated soil if encountered in the future, and prohibit use of groundwater 
as a drinking water supply. The LUC would not protect Ihe Cns^y Field Marsh in its current 
locahon. Therefore, thi s alternative is considered technically effective only for Ihe Phase 2 Area 
if caps are maintained, an LUC imposed, and groundwater monitoring conducted. The 
alternahve IS not considered technically effechve for the Phase 1 Area. Groundwater monitoring 
would be required to provide a long-term assessment of groundwater quality. Although no 
active treatment of soil would be performed, Ihe potential for migration ofCOCs from soil into 
groundwater would be reduced based on Ihe reduced potential for surface water inhllration 
provided by Ihe cover. Capping with LUCs would be readily implemen table, particularly 
because part of Ihe Study Area is already capped with asphalt and concrete. Construction of Ihe 
cap would involve some design and conshuction improvements lo existing cover. The cost for 
this alternative under Scenano 1 [Lesser Impact Scenariol for both Ihe Accessible and Less 
Accessible Locations of the soil RUs (combined), including O&M costs, is S ],500,0CMD 
(Tables SA and 9B). 

4A3 Alternative 3 - In Situ Soil Remediation and Land Use Controls (Less 
Accessible Locations of Soil RVs) 

This remedy alternahve involves Ihe in siUi treatment of impacted soil to reduce Iheciislmg 
concenlrahons of COCs below cleanup levels. Technologies that would be considered for future 
implementahon under this alternahve include: 1) oxygen release product injection, 
2) biovenhng/biosparging, 3j ozone sparging, and 4) sodium persulfale injection. As discussed 
m Section 4.1, /n S'tln Soil Remediation is limited in its application to Less Accessible Locations 
of Ihe soil RUs as a sole remediation option. 

As discussed in Section 3.3, the Less Accessible Locations consist of RUs or porhons of RUs 
that underlie the foundation slab of existing Building 610 (former Commissary within the Phase 
2 Area). Building 610 is currently leased and occupied by a leasehold tenant. With Ihe 



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exception of biovenring/bio^parging, rn s'tln treatment technologies could not be implemenled 
practicably unlil Building 610 is unoccupied. This allernative includes an intenin LUC thai 
would be in place dunng tenani occupancy. The LUC would leslricl site and soildisuirbance 

and mainlaincoverunlil the building is vacated in oi"der to protecl polential receplors from 
exposure to COCs. 

Application of this alteniative would be prolective of human health, ecological receptors, and 
waler quality since the in situ technologies available under ihis allernalive would reduce Ihe 
concenlration ofconlanimanls in Ihe soil. As discussed above in Section 2.4.4, reducing 
condihons in ground waler at E'residio peh'oleum sites are associated with elevated dissolved 
arsenic concenlrations. Thus, ihe addition of oi'iidizing tn sUit trealmenis should result in less 
reducing conditions, which would be favorable for decreasing the concentrations of soluble 
arsenic in groundwater and surface water seeps. Confirmation soil sampling would be required 
appro'iimately 6 months after commencement of j" s\ln treamient. Additional treatment and 
confinnation samphng could be required if cleanup levels were not achieved with the first 
application. This alteniative would be technically effective in the long-term because active 
treatment of soil contamination would reduce petroleum contaminants unhl cleanup levels were 
met. The LUC would be applied to restrict soil disturbance due to n on -petroleum -fuel -related 
PAHs and metals associated with fill materials beneath Building 610 that would remain above 
cleanup levels. The LUC would also apply if the in i!ui technology is unable to achieve cleanup 
levels. The decision regaining which in silu technology to implement under this alternative 
would be made at the remedial design phase. Subject to the in silu technology selected, the cost 
of this alternative for the Less Accessible Locations of the soil RUsis estimated at a total cost of 
$262,00010 S505,000 under Scenano I (Lesser Impact Scenario) (Tables E A and 9C through 
9F). This estimate does not include O&M costs foi the Area B LUC, as they are included in 
alternatives for Accessible Locations under Phase I. Less Accessible Location alteniatives will 
always be combined with an Accessible Location corrective action for implementahon at the 
Study Area. 

4.4>l Alternative 4 - Excavation and Off-Site Disposal^ Capping and Land Use 
Conlrols^ and Croundwaler Monitoring <AII Soil RUs) 

Alteniative 4 involves conducting corrective action in two phases. Under Phase I, the following 
would be conducted: (I) excavation and removal of contaminanted soil above cleanup levels 
within the Phase 1 Area [includes all portions of the site within Area A and portions of 
Ai"ea B within the 150-foot buffer zone along the cunentCnssy Field Marsh shoreline); 
(2) implementation of an LUC for AreaB poitions of the Phase 1 and 2 Areas to maintain 
containment of contaminated soil beneath ei'iisting pavement and buildings, prevent unrestncted 
site uses, and restnct use of groundwater as a drinking water supply; and (3) groundwater 
monitoring. Phase 2 would not be implemented unhl future land use decisions regarding the 
expansion of the Cnssy Field Marsh are made. During Phase 2, excavahon and removal of 
contaminated soil within the Phase 2 Area would be conducted, consistent with future site use. 
These key elements of Alternative 4 are further descnbed below: 



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1. Excavation Work (Phase I): Soil with conlaminant concentrations exceeding cleanup levels 
wilhin the Phase I Area boundaries would be excavated, transported, and disposed at an 
approved off-site diposal facility. This would include (aj excavation of soil within the RUs 
associated with Scenano I (Lesser hiipact Scenario] within the Phase I Area boundanes; 
(b) collection of verification samples from the sidewalls and floors of the excavations to 
ensure that soil with contaminants exceeding cleanup levels were removed; (c) placing an 
oxygen releasing product (e.g. ORC ) in the excavation areas to complete the remediation of 
any remainingcontan"iination,if necessai"v; (dj backfilling of the excavahons with clean soil; 
and (e) off-site disposal of the excavated soil at a pennitted waste mangement facility. 
Within Area A porhons of the Phase I Area, cleanup would be conducted to achieve 
ecological, groundwater protection, and human health cleanup levels. Within Area B» 
cleanup would be conducted to achieve ecological and groundwater protection levels for 
protection of the Crissy Field Marsh, however, PAHs above human health cleanup 

levels would be allowed to remain m-place and an LUC would be implemented (as 
described below). 

2. Area B LUC (E'hase I): An LUC would be implemented for Area B portions of the Study 
Area to prevent unrestricted use of the property (including residences, schools, day care 
facilihes, and other sensitive uses), prohibit permanent removal of pavement or buildings that 
currently cover soil containing contaminants above human health cleanup levels, and restrict 
use of groundwater as a drinking water supply. The LUC would also prohibit expansion of 
the saltwater tidal marsh from its current locahon into the Phase 2 Area or similar habitat 
restoration projects. The LUC would be contingent upon decisions regarding exj'ian si on of 
the Crissy Field Marsh into the Phase 2 Area, future land uses, achievement of dnnking 
water cleanup levels, and the completion of Phase 2 excavation activities, as discussed 
below. It is noted that the LUC would be extended beyond the Study Area boundanes to 
include the area underneath Doyle Drive (where lead has been detected above cleanup 
levels). 

3. Groundwater Monitoring (Phase I); Semi-annual groundwater monitonng for TPH 
constituents would be conducted in the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps and Building 610. 
Arsenic and related analytical constituents would be also be monitored quarterly in the 
ticmity of the Commissary Seeps and Building 610. Additional semi-annual monitoring of 
these constituents in the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps and Building 610 would be 
conducted unhl implementation of Phase 2. Continuation of the groundwater monitonng 
progi'am would be assessed undei Phase 2 of the corrective actions. This alternative also 
includes the eventual abandonment of existing groundwater monitonng wells upon 
regulatory approval 

4. Excavation Work (Phase 2): Excavation activities within the Phase 2 Area would not be 
conducted unhl future land use decisions are made, including the potential e'ipan si on of the 
Crissy Field Marsh. If the Crissy Field Marsh expands into the Phase 2 Area, cleanup would 
be conducted to protect the marsh and human land use, as applicable. If the Crissy Field 
Marsh is not expanded into the area, cleanup may be conducted to protect the anticipated 



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land use (i.e., recreational use). Future remedial decisions within the Phase 2 Area would be 
m^de in consultation with Ihe RWQCB at that time. The following general ^ctivilies would 
be conducled for the Phase 2 Area excavalion activities: (a] excavation of soil containing 
contaminants ^bove effective cleanup levels withm the Ph^se2 Area boundaries; (b) 
collechon of venfication samples from the sidewalls and floors of the excavations to ensure 
th^t soil with contaminants exceeding cleanup levels were removed; Ic) placing an oxygen 
releasing product (e.g. ORC ) in the excavation areas to complete the remediation of any 
remaining contamination, if necessary; (d) backfilling of the excavations with clean soil; and 
(ej off-site disposal of the excavated soil ^t a permitted waste mangement f^cihly. Under this 
alternative, if the marsh is not expanded into the area, petroleum -related contamination in the 
Phase 2 Area would be removed. Non -petroleum related contamination (i.e., PAHs and 
metals) would be left in-place under existing caps (e.g., pavement and buildings j. The LUC 
previously applied for Area B (as described above) would remain in-effect and modified, as 
necessary, to prohibit uses of the property and groundwater and maintain caps covering soil 
containing contaminants above human health cleanup levels. If the marsh is expanded into 
the area, the extent of removal of PAHs and metals would bedetennined in consultation with 
[he RWQCB at that time. 

Accessible Locations 

Apphcation of Alternative 4 for the Accessible Locations would be protechve of human health, 
safety, and the environment by 11) removing soil contaminants that pose a nsk to gioundwater, 
ecological receptors, and theCrissy Field Marsh withm the 150-foot buffer zone along the 
current Crlssy Field Marsh shoreline (Phase I Area) and removing contaminants that pose a nsk 
to humans within Area A porhons of the Phase I Area; (2| instituting an LUC for Area B to 
maintain pavement covers, prohibit unreshTcled land use, and restnct use of groundwater; (3) in 
the future, removing soil contaminants that have potential adverse effects to groundwater, 
humans, ecological receptors, and/or the Crissy Field Marsh ft o-be -determined at thai time) 
within the Phase 2 Area; and (4) and monitoring groundwater to ensure that chemical 
concentrations in groundwater decrease or are maintained below cleanup levels. By conducting 
excavation actlvihes in a phased approach and limiting the extent of excavation, this alternative 
would minimize disturbance of culturally sensitive aiti facts potentially present in Ihe subsurfece 
and would be implemented using methods that would comply with regulations related to the 
culturally sensitive status of this site (e.g.. National Historic Preservahon Act [NHPA], theNPS 
Organic Act, and the Archeological and Historic Reservation Act [AHPA|). In addition, 
Altenialive4 would offer flexibihty with i"espect to the future expansion of theCrissy FiekJ 
Marsh and minimize costs associated with excavation of soil until a determination is made by the 
Trust and NPS regaiding whether the marsh will be exj'ianded into the Phase 2 Area. 
Alternative 4 woukJ be effective in the long-term for the Phase 1 Area through removal and off- 
sile management of soil that could potentially impact g]"ound water and ecological receptors. In 
the shoil-lenn, Ihe LUC for AreaB would provide mihgahon of risks associated with the 
impacted soil beneath pavement. In the long-lenn, Ihe petroleum -contaminated soil in the Phase 
2 Area would be excavated and transferred to an off-site permitted waste management facility. 



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The LUC would be maintained for residual contamination above cleanup fevels for unre^lricled 
use left in-place wilhin Area B. The LUC would also restricruse of groundwater as a drinking 
waler supply unhl chemical concenlralions are below drinking water levels. 

Under Alternative 4, although the volume of contaminants would not be reduced because the 
impacted material would not be ti'eated, potential exposure of workei's and the public to 
contaminated materials during excavah on and loading for off-site transporl would be mihgated 
by engineering and dust control measures. This allenialive would be implementable and no 
significant obstacles have been identified. This alternahve also includes groundwater monitoring 
for TPH, arsenic, and related conslitiients. Long term O&M would be required to maintain the 
capping and LUC requiremenis and for groundwater moniloring. 

Assuming excavation of all soil R Us under Seen an o I (Lesser Impact Scenario) the cost for this 
alternahve for the Accessible Areas of the soil RUs, including 0&Mcosts» would be S2,580»OOO 
(Tables SA and 9G). 

Less Accessihie Locations 

Apphcalion of Alternative 4 for the Less Accessible Locations (underneath Building 610) would 
be protective of human healthy safet>', and the environment. In the short 4erm, the LUC would 
provide mitigation of risks associated with the impacted soil beneath the building. In the long- 
tenn, if theCnssy Field Marsh and/oi buffer zone were expanded into the area of the building in 
the future, the petroleum-coni am mated soil underneath the building would be excavated and 
transferred to an off-site permitted waste management facility. The LUC would be maintained 
for any non-i">etroleum, residual contamination above cleanup levels left in-place. Under 
Alteniative 4, although the volume of contaminants would not be reduced because the impacted 
material would not be treated, potential exposure of workers and the public to contaminated 
materials during excavation and loading for off-site transpoil would be mitigated by engineering 
and dust control measures. Groundwater monitonngis included under the alternative for the 
Accessible Locations. 

Due to the contamination occurring beneath the Building 610 foundation slab, excavation 
activities would not be easilv implementable with the building in-place. However, Alternative 4 
would be easily implementable if the building were demoh shed. 

Two cost estimates have been develojied under Scenario I fLesser Impact Scenario) for the Less 
Accessible Locations, depending on the status of Building 610. The cost for this alteniative with 
Building 610 in-place is S648.000 (Tables 8A and 9H). The cost for this alternative following 
demolition of Building 610 is Si 68,000 (Tables 8 A and 91). This estimate does not include 
O&M costs foi the Area B LUC, as they are included in alternatives for Accessible Locations. 
Less Accessible Location alternatives will always be combined with an Accessible Location 
corrective action for implementation at the Study Area. 



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4,5 Selected Alternatives 

The selected corrective acTioii ^lleniatives for the Accessible ^ud Less Accessible Location? are 
summarized be]o^^. Detailed descriptions of the Phase ] and 2 coirective actions are included in 
Section 5J. 

4^.1 Accessible Locations 

The selected alternative for the Accessible Locations is Alternahve 4, Ei:c'jt"jficn am! Off-Stfe 
Dhfiosal, Capping and LUCs. and Groiindivalei Moiuloitng. This alternative represents the best 
balance between costs, uncertainty concerning future land uses, and uncertainty related to the 
extent and volume of contamination (including PAHs) in soil at this site. Although Alternative 4 
does not contain treatment as a principal element, the a Item ative is protective of human health, 
safety, and the environment; the phased excavation will minimize disturbance of cullurallv 
sensitive aili facts potentially present in the subsurface and wi U be implemented nsing methods 
that compiv with regulations; and it is the most cost effective approach to meet the RAOs. This 
alternative provides for the cleanup and long-tenn management of TPH-, BTEX-, PAH-, and 
metal-contaminated soil In addihon, Alternative 4 offers flexibility with respect to the future 
expansion of theCnssy Field Marsh and minimizes costs associated with excavation of soil by 
implemenhng an LUC untiladetermmahon is made by the Trust and NPS regarding whether the 
Crissy Field Marsh will be expanded into the area. Once the determination is made, additional 
corrective action in the area will be implemented to remove soil containing COCs, as 
appropriate, to be consistent with actual land use. 

4,5,2 Less Accessible Locations 

A combination of three alternatives has been selected for the Less Accessible Locations 
underneath Building6lO, dependent on the future stains of Building 610 and potential Crissy 
Field Marsh expansion into the area, as follows: 

• No Marsh Expansion (Selected Alternative: Alternahve 2, Ccippiri}; iintl LUCs) : 

Bnilding6lO, which overlies and covers the Less Accessible Locations, is planned for 
retail or recreational nse for the foreseeable fuUire. Concentrations of COCs in soil 
nndemeath the building do not exceed the effective cleanup levels for Re sir! tied iisnd itse 
wtlhoul pioleclioii of Crissy Freld Minsh Muler c/nalilv, except for PAHs which exceed 
human health cleanup levels. Under this alteniative. Building 610 will provide an 
effechve cap to prevent exposure to PAHs in soil undenieath the building and the LUC 
will limit use of the property to recreational uses. In addihon, as outlined m Appendii'i E» 
an evaluation of potential vapor intrusion from residual VOCs in the subsurface under 
and around Building 610 was conducted using available soil and groundwater data. This 
evaluation indicates that there is no significant potential for vapor inhesion into Building 
610 under an nnrestricted land use scenario (i.e., including residential, 
commercial/mdnstrial, and reci"eational uses of the building). Thus, Capping and LUCs 



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is considered protective of the Less Accessible Locations underneath Bulging 610, if the 
marsh or associated buffer zone is not expanded into the area of the building. 

Marsh E\pjnsion with Demolition of Building 610 (Selected Altenutive: Altenutive 4, 
Excavaiion and Off-Sile Disposal and Cappine and LUCsY . AUhougli not anticipaled, if 
the Crissy Field Marsh were expanded into the area of Building 610, in the future and the 
building demolished, excavation aclivi lies could be conducted lo achieve the more 
stringen I cleanup levels foi" sail watei" protection under this alleriiative. The excavalion 
and disposal activities would beconducled as described above for the Accessible 
Locations within the Phase 2 Area. 

Maish Expansion with Building 610 In-Place (Selected Allemahve: Allernative 3, !n 
Sim SiAi RernedkilK'n and LUC. •i) : If ihe marsh buffer zone were expanded into Ihe area 
but the building remains in-place, in silu soil trealmeni could beconducled for 
conlamination underneath the building. This alternative provides ihe only cost -effective 
technology to remediate contain in ah on underneath ihe building, while the building 
remains in-place. 

This combination of alternatives represents the best balance between costs, uncertainty 
conceniing future land uses and ihe slatus of Building 610, and uncertainty related to the extent 
and volume of contamination {including PAHs and metals) in soil at this site. Although 
Alteniatives2 and 4 do not contain ireatinent as a pnncipal element, ihe allematives are 
protective of human health, safety, and the environment. This combination of alternatives is the 
most cost effective approach to meet the RAOs. These alternatives provide for the cleanup and 
longlemi management of TPH-, PAH-, and metal -contaminated soil beneath the building. In 
addition, the combinalion of the three allematives offers flexibility with resided to the fnlure 
expansion of the Cnssy Field Marsh and the fulure slatus of Building 610. By implementing an 
LUC for the area covered by the building until a delermi nation is made by the Trust and NFS 
regaining whether the Crissy Field Marsh will be expanded into ihe area, significant costs 
associaled wilh i"emediation of soil undenieath the building are minimized. 

4^3 Summary of Selected Alfernalives 

In summary, the allematives selecled in this CAP for ihe Commissarv'/PX Area are as follows; 

• Accessible Locations of the soil RUs: Alternative 4, Excavation and Off-Site Disposal, 
Capping and LUCs, and Groundwater Mom ton ng. 

• Less Accessible Locations of the soil RUs: 

- No Marsh Expansion -Alternative 2, Capping and LUCs 

- Marsh Expansion with Demolilion of Building 610- Allernative 4, ExLavalton 
and Ojf-Sil^ Dhposal and Capping and LUCs 



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— MjTsh E>:pansion with Building 610 Tn-Place - AkemabveB, !n Silu Sdf 
Remetfiufian and LUCs. 

Below 15 a sumniary of eslimared cosis for [he selected jiternatives, including a breakdown of 
costs by Phases 1 and 2 of the corrective achon !see Tables SA through 8C)^ 



Soli RLJs 


Selected Alternati\e 


Estimated Cost 


Atce^blf Locations 


Allcrniilivc 4 - Eit(?^'ijJjii;p iititf OJJ 


Phase 1 - 1>l.224,l?uO"' 




Site Dispoiol, Capping and LUCi. 


Phase2- S432.O00-Sl,SfiU0OOl=l- 




and Gro/mdwalcr Monilor/ng 




Le^ Aizce^ble 


Allcrnjin'c 2 - Ccijifiiug and LL'Ci 


SO-^ 


Ldcg lions 


Allcmalivr 4 - Excax-aiion and 




1 


Ojj-Sile Disposal and Capping 


Kl&E^DO 




and LUCs 






Allcmalivr 3 - In Situ Soil 






Remediation and LUCs 


1>262.00O[o SW5,000 


Combined Range of 


Acccsi^iblc {Allcrnjlivc 4) -1- Less 


1>K7 lo .^.1 million 


Costs for Acce^ble and 


Accessible (Allcrnalivcs 2 Through 




L e^ A i:ce^ b te 


-1) 




Locations 







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Phuc ] CDb& 3[[ billed an ihc cleanup of TPH ind benzene impai: Ecd a»j I U ncCc r Sccnicio [ (Lcsilcc Impicl 
5[:cnDnaF foEsallwHEcc ceo logical prDlcclioD. The IdIdJ cdeI includes CI &M caB^r^ lantcriEccL LkiEh gro u elcIw b Ec c 
inDDJiaiEn| ind lhc.\reHB LUC iIihE will he Ecquiied anilE^r A]icniHE]vr4. 



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Phase 2 ccisEs lie dcpcadcnl ujun fuLujc land use dceisions fori he Phase 1 Area. The Phase 2 cdeIs cingc Fidih 
csEjmalcd eosi Id cicinupfoc pro Fee lion of humju health rccrcHFianHl Ijnd uie wilh no salEwsEec ecDle^JCHl 
piciecEian li.e . Reslnclcd land use njlhouL pceiccLioii of Crjssy Field Mirsh iialerqniJil^? Id ihe csliniJled cdBI 
la eleaiiii[i under Seenino II ^Greiler lm[iiei SeeniriD^ for s hIih Bier ceclagieiJ pio Lee lion (i.e.. U n ms IcirlEid lind 
use nilh pnHeclioa QfCnsEy Field Maisb waierqitBlilv)< 

No addilionjl cdsI ivDuld be neeeviirv Tor Ehis illemalike beciusc Ihe LUC for Acea B would be i m pic m e n Fed 
undec Phiiie 1 durjn^ ihe im piemen li lion of Allcrnili^e 4 ai the AcLesaihle LDeiliDiu eif ihe sdlJ RUs. 



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5At EVIPLEMIT^ATION OF SELECTED CORRECTIVE ACTION 

ALTERNATIVES 

T^sks associated with iinplemenlation of Ihe CAP remedies, including Phase I and Phase 2 
procedures, soil confirmation sampling, applicable laws ^nd regulatory leqiiireinents, 
archaeological monitoring, gjoundwater and surface waler monitoring, LUC implemenlation and 
maintenance, and schedule, are discussed below. 

5.1 Remedy Iiii piemen ration 

The corrective actions sel foith in Seclion 4.5.1 for ihe Accessible Locations of ihe soil RUs and 
in Section 4.5.2 for the Less Accessible Localions of ihe soil RUs will be implemenled by the 
Trusl. Upon regnlaloiy agency approval of the Final CAP, separate implementation Work Plans 
(called CAP Implementation Woik Plans) will be prepared for Phase I and Phase 2 of Ihe 
project. These CAP Implementation Woil Plans will be cooidinaled with implementation of 
Design Work Plans for Ihe CERCLA sites located within the Study Area (i.e., Buikling 633 
Firing Range, Fonner Coal Storage Bin Area, and Former Railroad Tracks Area). 

Corrective actions that will be implemented in the Phasel and 2 Areas are discnsed in detail 

below. Specific components of the Phase 1 and 2 corrective actions are also discussed in the 
following sections: Soil Confirmation Samphng Program (Sechon 5.2), Groui^dwater and 
Surface Water Monitoring Program (Section 5.5), and LUCs (Sechon 5.6). 

5.1.1 Phasel Are3 

The Phase I Area encompasses all portions of the site within Area A and portions of Area B 
within an approximate 150-foot buffer zone along the cunentCnssy Field Marsh shoreline. 
Correchve actions will be implemented in the Phase I Area to address the soil RUs that pose a 
threat to the Crissy Field Marsh and land uses within Area A. The Scenario I (Lesser Impact 
Scenario) interpretation of the soil RUs m the Phase I Area are shown on Figure 2 A. These soil 
RUs are within Accessible Locations and include the following: 

• FDS Pii'ieline Residuals Areas 1 and 3 (Area A); 

• FDS Pipeline Residuals Area 2 and a portion of the Accessible Locations of the Buikiing 
626 Area (Area B); and 

• TPHg Soui"ce Area (Areas A and B). 

Corrective actions within the Phase I Area will commence during Phase I of the project (see 
Implementation Schedule, Sechon 5.7) and consist of (aj excavation of soil within these RUs 
beginning with the Scenario I (Lesser Impact Scenario) interpretation (Figure 2A): (b) collection 



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of verification samples from the sidew^lls and floors of the excavations to ensure that soil with 
conlaminanis exceeding effective cleanup levels are removed; Ic) placing an oxygen releasing 
produci (e.g. ORC )iii ihe excavation ^leas lo complete the remediation of any lem^ming 
contamination, if necessary; (d) backfilling of the excavafions wilhcle^n soil, and [e) off-^ite 
disposal of theexc^v^ted soil at a permitted waste mangement facihty. 

Effeclive soil cleanup levels ^pphed to ihe Phase I Area will depend on land use. The effective 
soil cleanup levels for the Stndy Area were presented in Section 3.4. For the Pha^e 1 Area, three 
of the cleanup level scenanoshave been selected as effective cleanup levels for the RUs as 
follows: 

• RUs within Area A and the 150-foot marsh buffer zone : Cleanup levels for these are^s 
will be Unieslricted land tisc w'slh pixflcclt'on oj Criisy Field Marsh wtilcri^iicilily: 
Lowest of (1) Hnman health (Residential j; (2) Ecological (Buffer Zone/Saltwater 
Ecological Protection Zone); and (3) Groundwater Protechon at Crissy Field (<5 feet 
^bove groundwaterj. These cleanup levels will allow for unrestricted human land use and 
sensitive ecological uses associated with the Crissy Field Marsh. The only RU th^t falls 
nnder this scenario is the Area A porfion of the TPHg Source Are^ (Figure 2 A). 

• RUs within Area A ^nd outside of the 150-foot marsh buffer zone : Cleanup levels for 
these areas will be Umcsliicled land iist^ •v\lhoiil protecliem oj Ciissv Field Marsh water 
qiiaHly. Lowest of (I) Human health iResidenhal); {2) Ecological (Buffer Zonej; and (3) 
Groundwater Protection ^t Cnssy Field (<5 feet above groundwater). These cleanup 
levels will allow for unrestricted human land use and terrestrial ecological uses outside of 
the sensitive marsh are^. The two RUs Ihat f^ll under this scenario are FDS Pipeline 
Residuals Areas I and 3 (Figure 2A). 



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RUs within Area B and within the ISO-foot marsh buffer zone : Cleanup levels for these 
areas will be Resfncfed liiiid use n-illi piolecfion of Crissy Field Maish M-iilerc/iiiilily: 
Lowest of (1) Human health (Recreational); (2) Ecological (Buffer Zone/Saltwater 
Ecological Protection Zone); and (3) Groundwater Protechon at Crissy Field [<5 feet 
above groundwater). These cleanup levels allow for ecologically sensitive site uses 
associated with theCnssy Field Marsh, but will limit human land use to recreational 
puiposes, which is the anticipated hum^n land use for the Study Area. Three RUs f^ll 
under this scenario; FDS Pipeline Residuals Area 2, Accessible Loc^hons of the 
Building 626 Area, and the Area B pornon of the TPHg Source Area (Figure 2A). 

The numeric effechve cleanup levels for e^ch RU are presented in Table 3. Soil 
confinnation/veiifi cation sampling will be conducted to document residual concentrations of 
COCs during the excavation program. The soil confirmation/verification samphng program is 
presented in detail in Sechon 5.2. Concentrations of TPH compounds, BTEX, PAHs, and/or 
metals in soilconfirm^hon samples will be compared with the effective cleanup levels above to 
assess if further excavation is required within the Phase 1 Area. 



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Within Area A, the Tnisr willremedialeTPH and BTEX conrami nation To achieve the effective 
cleanup levels liiled above. The Trust will also remediate known areas with PAHs and melals 
above effec live cleanup levels to achieve unreslricled human land use wilhin Area A, lo the 
extern practicable, bill will consult wilh theNPS and RWQCB regarding fiirlher excavation 
decisions related to Ihese compounds during implementation of the remedy. To theexteiil 
prachcable, remediation will be conducted ^o thai no human land use LUC is necessary wilhin 
Area A. It is noled Ihat if conlammation is left m-place above cleanup levels for unrestricted use 
in Area A, an LUC for Ihe conlaminated area may need lo be adopted and would be subject to 
managemeni of Ihe LUC by theNPS. 

Wilhin Area B, the Triisl will remedialeTPH contaminalion to achieve Ihe effective cleanup 
levels listed above. PAHs will also be remediated to achieve the ecological and ground waler 
protec lion cleanup levels. However, PAHs above human heallh cleanup levels will be allowed to 
remain in-place undernealh caps. No further capping will be necessary for landscaped areas. 
CiirrenI landscaped areas wilh PAHs exceeding human heallh effective cleanup levels will be 
excavaled, because Ihey are collocaled wilh TPH contaminants above cleanup levels (i.e., 
bonngs600SBIOI and 600RRSB 09; Figure 19). Thus, existing landscaped areas with fill 
malerial potentially conlaining PAHs are nol expecled lopose a risk to human recreational use of 
the Phase 1 Area following Phase 1 corrective action. An LUC will be implemenled loprohibil 
unreslricled human land use (including residences, schools, day care facilities, and olher 
sensitive nsesj of the properly and maintain caps over areas wilh PAHs exceeding human health 
cleanup levels. The LUC for Area B portions of ihe Phase I Area is alsoinlended lo prolect 
agamsl exposure to metals in fill maleriaL The metals wilhin Ihe Phase I Area exceed cleanup 
levels for ecological buffer zone prelection but are below hnman health cleanup levels (Table 3). 
The LUC will eslablish reslnclions on expansion of the marsh from ilscnrreni location inio 
Area B, which will protecl sensitive ecological uses of Ihe area. Metals and PAHs are non- 
mobile compounds and as such, are not expected to migrate via groundwater movemeni from 
Area B into Ihe cuirent location of Ihe marsh. 

During implementation of ihe Phase I remedy, if it is determined that contaminalion from Ihe 
Phase 1 Area extends into Ihe Phase 2 Area (based on soil confirmah on/verification sampling), 

theexcavalion activities will generally stopal Ihe Phase 2 Area boundary, excepi where it would 
only lake minimal effort and cosi lo conliniie with a small-scale excavalion over the boundary 
limitsor if there is signficiani con la mi nation thai poses a nsk to land uses and theCrissy Field 
Marsh within the Phase I Area. These fuilher excavalion decisions will be made in consultation 
with ihe RW(iCB and NPS. 

At Ihis time, it is anticipated Ihat excavation activities within Ihe Phase I Area (primarily at Ihe 
TPHg Souice Area RU) will nol extend into ihecurreni limils of Ihe Cnssy Field Marsh and 
associated dune habitat, using the fence as a boundaiy [ Figure 2A). The Army previously 
conducled remedial actions within Fill Site 7 to allow for restoralion of the 18-acre lidal marsh. 
As discussed in the Crhsy Fiek! OU4 Impfemenlalion Repoil [EKl, 2004), the chemical data 
represent ng current soil wilhin Ihe marsh area meetCrissy Field RAP cleanup levels for 



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unreslricted u^e, including TPH, PAHs, and metals. In addition, soil from Fill Site 7 was mixed 

with surroLindiugsoil ^nd relocated to other parls of Crissy Field and ihe area has been regr^ded 
^nd restored as a tidal m^r^h. If exc^v^hon ^idewall samples along Ihe bolder of Ihe marsh area 
indicaleCOCs above cleanup levels, excavali on activities may proceed into ihe m^rsh are^, if 
necess^iy to address human health or ecological risk posed by Ihe side wall contain in ah on. 
However, ihis decision will be made in consullahon wllh the NPS ^nd RWQCB during 
implement^h on of the remedy and in a manner to avoid des true lion, loss of h^bilal, or adverse 
impacis lo the sensihve marsh area. 

5,1,2 PImse 2 Area 

The Phase 2 Area encompasses the remaining portions of the site which fall oiilside of the 
approximate 150-foot buffer zone and are within Area B (Figure 2 A). Correchve actions will be 
implemented in Ihe Phase 2 Are^ lo address Ihe soil RUs Ih^t potentially pose a threat lo 
anticipated land use (i.e., human recre^hon^l use) within Are^ B and could pose r threat to the 
Crissy Field Marsh if it were expanded into the area in the future. The Scenario 1 (Lesser Impact 
Seen ^no) interpretation of the soil RUs m the Ph^se2 Area are shown on Figure 2 A. The soil 
RUs within Accessible Locations include Site 15 Are^, FDS Pipeline Residuals Areas 1, 2, and 3 
(with AST 634 Area); Pipeline A Areas 1 ^nd 2; Building 613 Are^; a portion of Building 628 
Area 1; Building 62S Are^ 2; and a portion of Building 626 Are^. The soil RUs within Less 
Accessible Locations include Building 619 Area; !i portion of Building 628 Area 1; and r portion 
of Building 626 Are^. It is noted that these RUs were developed based on the strictest applicable 
cleanup levels for the Study Area (i.e., Unreslncled land use with protechon of Crissy Field 
Marsh water quality, Section 3.4). 

Correchve actions wlthm the Phase 2 Area will be conducted following the two-phase approach 
developed in Ihis CAP (see Implementation Schedule, Sech on 5.7). During Ph^se 1, an LUC 
wih be instituted for the F*hase 2 Area (Area B) lo maintain existing c^ps, restrict use of the 
properly, ^nd prohibit use of groundwater as ^drinking w^ler supply. Once future land use 
decisions are made regarding the potential e'ip^nsion of the Crissy Field Marsh into the area, 
excavation and off-site disposal achvihes will commence in the ^rea under F*hase 2, consistent 
with the actual hnd use ^nd subject to RWQCB approval. E'hase 2 remediation activities for 
contamination underneath Building 610 will depend on the status of Building 610 and marsh 
expansion plans into the ^i"ea, as discussed below. These two phases are discussed m detail 
below. 

Under Phase 1 , an LUC will be instituted for the Phase 2 Are^ (Area B) to prohibit sensitive site 
uses including residences, schools, day care facilihes, and other sensitive uses. The LUC will 
^ I so prohibit removal of existing c^ps (e.g., pavement ^nd buildings) where concentr^h on s of 
COCs exceed cleanup levels for unrestncted use. In addition, Ihe LUC will restrict use of 
groundwater as a drinking water supply. The LUC will also prohibit expansion of the saltwater 
tidal m^rsh or similar habitat restor^h on projects into the Ph^se2 Area. The exact boundaries of 



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the LUC (i.e., "LUC Zone") ^re presented in Section 5.6. Tl is noted th^llhe LUC Zone will 
cover the entire Phase 2 Area, as well as Ihe are^ uiidernealh Doyle Drive. 

Once decisions are made concerning Ihe expansion of IheCri^sy Field Marsh into the Phase 2 
Area, Phase 2 excavation ^clivilies will commence rs follows: (a) soil conlainingconlanimanls 
above effeclive cleanup levels within the Phase 2 Area boundaries will be ei'icavated; (b) 
verific^hon samples from the side walls and floors of the excavations will becollecled lo ensure 
that soil with contaminants exceedmg cleanup levels are removed; (c) oxygen releasing product 
[e.g. ORC*) will be placed in the excavation areas to complete the remediation of any remaining 
contamination, if necessary; (d) the excavalions will be backfilled with clean soil; and (e) Ihe 
excavated soil will be disposed off -site at a permitted waste m^ngemenl f^cihty. 

Theeffechve soil cleanup levels applied lo the Phase 2 Area will be not be detennined nntil 
fulure decisions regarding the Crissy Field Marsh expansion project i nio the ^rea have been 
made. If ihe m^rsh is expanded into the ^rea, cleanup will commence lo be proteclive of the 
marsh and human land uses, ^s applicable. If the Crissy Field Marsh is not expanded into the 
area, cleanup levels may be selected to be prolechve of Ihe anticipated hnd use (i.e., resfncfed 
lan/f Use wifhoii! piolecfion of Crissy Field Mai sh wnlerqjiiiUly; see Section 3.4). Cleannp level 
decisions will be made in consultation wilh Ihe RWQCB, in addition lo theNPS for 
contamination that has ihe potential lo impact Are^ A. 

Soilconfinnation/venficalion sampling will be conducted lo document residual concentrations of 
COCsdurmg iheei'icavatLon program. Concentrations of TPH compounds ^nd PAHs in soil 
confinnation samples will be compared with Ihe effective cleanup levels to assess if further 
excavation is required withm the Ph^se2 Area. However, if confinnation samples mdicate that 
TPH concentrations achieve cleanup levels while the PAH concentrations f^il, PAHs above 
human health cleanup levels will be allowed to remain in-place. The LUC will provide 
protection for PAHs th^l are left in-place above effective cleanup levels. The LUC is also 
intended to protect against e'iposure to metals remaining in fill maten^l. 

Under the selected correchve action for Ihe Phase 2 Area, current landscaped areas wilh PAHs 
exceeding hum ^n health effective cleanup levels will be left in-place and not capped or 
excavated, unless collocated with TPH contaminants above cleanup levels. As shown on 
Figure 19, withm the Phase 2 Area, PAHs are present m soil above recre^hon^l cleanup levels 
within the upper 3 feel of soil in landscaped ^reas at only two boring locations: 6OOASE07 and 
600ASB09. Soil around boring location 6CMDASB07 will be excavated during Ph^se 2 because 
TPH is also elevated (7,900 mg/kg) ^bove human recre^hon^l and groundwater protection levels 
^1 this location. Soil around bonng600ASB09 will not beexc^v^led, assuming the ^rea is not 
cleaned up to saltwater protechon levels for the Crissy Field Marsh. No additional surface cover 
will be provided for this one location because it is localized (i.e., surrounded by samples with 
PAHs below cleanup levels or underneath caps) and not expected to pose an unacceptable risk to 
recreational receptors. Also, it is noted that PAHs in fill maten^l within Ihe l^ndsc^i>ed ^reas of 
the Phase 2 Area that have not been sampled are ^Iso not expected to pose a significant risk to 
recreational receptors. These landscaped areas cover a relatively small portion of the site 

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(Figure 19) and consist primarily of small "grow strips" withiit the parking lot east of Building 
610 ^nd a narrow snip of land west of the building. Recreational exposure al ihe sile is not 
expected to be limited to these small areas, but would bedistnbuted thioughoul Ihe Study Area 
for Ihe duration of exposure. 

To further demonstrate that leaving PAHs in-place within landscaped areas at Ihe Study Area 
(including bolh FTiase I and 2 Areas) isproteclive of fulure sile uses, a95^t. UCL concentration 
for benzo(a)pyrene, the risk-driving PAH in soil al the site, was calculated to oblain an estimate 
of the iipper-boiind average concenlration lo which recreahonal receptors would be exposed at 
the Study Area following planned remediation (Appendix F). Using surface data from lo3 feet 
bgs within landscaped areas across IheSludy Area and assuming removal of soil with PAHs 
collocaled wilh TPH above cleanup levels (noled above), Ihe 95^ UCL for benzo(a)pyrene is 
0.054 mg/kg (Apjiendix F), which is below Ihe recrealional cleanup level of 0.065 mg/kg, further 
indicating that leaving PAHs in soil wilhin landscaped areas does not pose a risk lo recrealional 
receplors al Ihe Study Area. It is noted, however, that the PAHs may pose a risk lo landscaj'ke or 
maintenance workers who wouM have Ihe highest degree of exposure lo contaminants m the 
landscaj'ked areas dunng working achvi he s. The LUC adopted for Area B portions of the site 
wih include requirem en Is and restrichons to ensure worker safely al these landscaped areas 
(Section 5.6). 

No addihonal surface capping will be required for metals remaining in fiU material within the 
Phase 2 Area for prolec lion of human heallh and ecological receptors. The applicable cleanup 
levels for all metal COCs al Ihe Study Area are driven by ecological buffer zone prolechon 
(Table 3), except for arsenic which isdnven by human heallh (although ihe background 
concenlralion for beach/dune soil is selected as the cleanup level for arsenic j. Figure 19 presents 
the metals exceeding cleanup levels in landscaped areas of ihe Phase 2 Area. As shown in Ihis 
figure, only cleanup levels for ecolgocial buffer zone are exceeded by site metal concenlrations 
in landscaped areas. The LUC for the site will restrict sensitive ecological uses wilhin ihe Phase 
2 Area and undernealh Doyle Drive. Also, ihe Phase 2 Area and the area underneath Doyle 
Dnve do not provide useful habitat for terrestrial ecological receptors, as Ihe area is currenlly 
covered by pavement, buildings, or non-nahve landscaping which provide only limited 
ecologcal value. Thus, consistent with Figure 8 of the RWQCB Older, cleanup of the 
landscaped areas to ecological cleanup levels is not waiianted, as long as the LUC for sensitive 
ecologcal prolechon is implemented and maintained. 

Human health cleanup levels for metals are not exceeded in landscaped areas wilhin Ihe Phase 2 
Ai"ea. Thus, metals exceeding cleanup levels wilhin landscaped areas of Ihe Phase 2 Area do not 
pose a risk to human heallh and addilional surface caps are not required lo prevent exposure lo 

thiscontaminahon. ll is noted thai undernealh Ihe elevaled Doyle Dnve roadway, there has been 
one detection of lead al 510 mg/kg in a landscaped area al 6CMDSBI06 (Figure B-5). This lead 
concenlralion only slightly exceeds Ihe cleanup level for recreational use of 500 mg/kg. Also, 
given thai all olhei lead concenh"alions in soil ihroughout the Sludy Area are 400 mg/kg or less 
(excluding areas wilhin iheCERCLA RUs), and well below 400 mg/kg in other landscaped 



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Rvens, lead in soil is nole'ipected lopose a risk to recreational receptors at the site. The LUC 
will restrici sensilive hLiniQn bud uses wilhin ihe Study Area and undernealh Doyle Drive. 

It IS also noled that the Doyle Drive oveipass is over 60 years old and approaching the end of its 
useful lifespan due to structural degradation (Jones & Stokes, 2001b). The San Francisco 
County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is proposing to replace a 1-1/2 -mi lepoition of Doyle 
Dnve, from Marina Boulevard and Lombard Street to the southern approach to the Golden Gate 
Bndge. The SFCTA is currently developing alternatives to replace Doyle Drive to improve the 
seismic, structural, and traffic safety of the roadway within the setting and context of the Presidio 
and its designation as a national park. Several potential conce]"Hual options for the replacement 
shucture have been developed, including combinations of replacement, tunnels, and bridges 
I Parsons, 2004 a,b). C urrently, the following three allernahves are being considered: No-Bui k3. 
Replace and Widen, and Presidio Parkway. The No-Build alteniative sei"ves as a baseline and is 
not likely to be considered. The Replace and Widen alternative would replace and widen the 
footings and viaducts m generally the same location. The Presidio Parkway alternative involves 
reconstruction of one viaduct and the construction of four tunnels and two low causeway 
sh"uctures. Both replacement alternatives woukJ likely require excavation for the installation of 
roadway foundations and would hkely encounter soil with COC concentrations above cleanup 
levels underneath and adjacent to Ihe roadway. The selection of the final Doyle Drive 
replacement alternative IS cuirently scheduled for December 2006, assuming there are no delays. 
The construction of the rej'ilacemenl structure is anticipated to begin no sooner that 2009 to 2010. 
The LUC that will be implemented under this CAP will restrict sensitive human and ecological 
land uses underneath the roadway and in the Study Area directly adjacent to the roadway unhl 
conslruchon of the Doyle Drive overpass is completed. 

For Building 610, the LUC for Area B, which will be implemented under Phase I, will hmit use 
of the properly to recreational (and associated commercial) uses and maintain the building which 
provides an effective cap for contamination undenieath the building. Phase 2 actions for 
contamination underneath Building 610 will depend on the future status of the building and 
potential Crissy Field Marsh expansion into the area, as follows: 

• If the marsh and associated buffer zone are not expanded into the area, the LUC will 
remain in-j'ilace to limit use of the proT>erty and prohibit permanent removal of the 
building or surface cover; 

• If the marsh is expanded into the area of the building and the building demolished, soil 
excavation activities will proceed m the area [as discussed above for other Phase 2 Area 
soil RUs|; or 

• If the marsh buffer zone is expanded into the area but Ihe building remains in-place, in 
silii soil treatment will be conducted for contamination underneath Ihe building. 

Upon resolution of land use decisions m the Phase 2 Area, final details regarding Phase 2 
implementation, including effective cleanup levels, cleanup areas, soil confinnation sampling. 



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ongoing LUC mainlenance, and tn iiln treatmeni technologies for Building 610 and ■^t'irhin open 
excavalion^, will be included in The Phase 2 CAP Implemenl^lion Work Pl^n. The FTiase 2 CAP 

Imp] em entail on Work Pl^n ^^ll] ^l^o ev^luare Ihe effecliveness of the ground warer and surface 
waler moniloringprogi"am conducted under Phase I [^seeSeclJon 5.5). 

The Fuel Distribution System C losure Report (TT, I999X index map indicates Ih^t Pipeline A has 
been removed and Sheet CF-4 of ih^l reporl documenis thai Pi]>eline C has also been removed. 
However, if porlions of Ihe pipelines are found during soil excavalion aclivihes, thepii^elines 
will be removed andconfirmahon samples will be collected as outlined in ihe Phase 2 CAP 
Implementation Work Plan. 

5.2 Soil Conni'inafion Sampling Program 

It is anhcipated thai after Ihe impeded materials have been removed in accordance with this 
CAP and associated CAP Implemenlahon Work Plans, the exposed land surface will consisi of 
excavalion "bollom" wilh Ihe j'len meler of ihe excavation having "sidewalls/" 

Bottom sampling will be based on the actual size of the excavation with a minimum of one 
sample per excavalion and ^t least one per 625 square feet (sf). A 25- by 25-fool samplmggnd 
will be used to guide Ihe collection of excavalion boltom samples. Side walls will be sampled at 
themidpoint of the excavation's height eveiy 25 feet of ils lateral e'ilent or to oblain al leasl one 
sample per excav^h on sidewalk The aclu^l physical dimensions of the excavalion will 
detennine Ihe number of bottom and sidew^ll samples collected. At leasl one boftom and four 
side wall samples will be collecled from each excavalion. For areas outside of ihe 150-foot 
Crissy Field Marsh buffer zone, if a single excavalion becomes considerably larger than 
anticipaled (greater than 50,000 square feel), ihe sampling frequency will be changed lo50 feet 
of excavation sidewall and once per every 2,500 square feet of excav^hon boftom. 

Consisteni with IheCOCs for Ihe soil RUs, asdescnbed in Seclions3.] and 3.4, soil 
confinnation samples from the exc^vaftons will be analyzed for theCOC constiluenis lisled 
below. Tbean^lvlical results will be compared to the larget effective cleanup levels lisled in 
Table 3 to assess if further exc^vafton is necessary, in accordance with Ihe process descn bed 
herein. Piofessional judgment will be used to determine how much addihon^l soil will be over- 
excavaled in the vicinily of the confinnation soil samples showing COCs above cleanup levels. 
The size of ihe over-excavalion will be b^sed ou ihe lype of contaminant, themagnilude of the 
exceedance relalive lo the cleanup level, the re su I is of field moniloring(if applicable to Ihe 
COC), as well as other observ^lions made in Ihe field as to the exient of soil discoloration, soil 
type, olfacloiT evidence, exteni of debris, elc. The N PS ^nd RWQCB will be consulted 
regarding over-excavation decisions. 

Conjimiat'son stimplei wsU be caUecled from the over-excavaied area al ihe same frequency as 
the conf\rma!ion stjsl samples llral were coUecIed from ihe m'slia! excavalion. Al a minimum, one 
poor and Jour perimeler samples will be colieeledjrom ihe over-excavaled area. Samples 



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coiiccled from the over-exca^alion will be anafyzcil foi the COC mifc associalcd w'slli the 
chemscal(si thai exceeded cleanup levels in the inilial coitfinnalt'an soil sample. 

Pliisse I Area (Area A) 

' PAHt. by EPA Melhod S270C (for TPHg Source Area only); 

• BTEX by EPA Melhod 8260B (for FDS Residuals Areas only); 

• TPHg, TPHd and/or TPHfo by EPA Method 8015 modified and EPA Melhod 3630A - 
Silica Gel Cleanup; and 

• Metals by EPA Melhod 6010/6020. 

As discussed in Seclion 5.1.1, wilhin Area A, Ihe Trust willremedialeTPH and BTEX 
conlami nation lo achieve ihe effec live cleanup levels. The Trust will also remediate known 
areas with PAHs and inelals above effeclive cleanup levels lo achieve unreslricled human land 
use wilhin Area A, to ihe extent practicable, but willconsull with Ihe N PS and RWQCB 
regaining further excavali on decisions related lo these compounds during imp leinenlali on of Ihe 
remedy. 

Phase I Area (Area B) 

' PAHs by EPA Method 3270C; and 

• TPHg, TPHd and/or TPHfo by EPA Melhod 8015 modified and EPA Method 3630A - 
Silica GelCleanup. 

As discussed in Seclion 5T.I, wilhin Area B, Ihe Trusi will remediate TPH contamination to 
achieve ihe effeclive cleanup levels. PAHs above human health cleanup levels will be allowed 
to remain in-place under existing caps (e.g., pavemenl) and in landscaped areas and an LUC will 

be implemented. The LUC is alsomlended loprolect againsi exposure to metals in fillmalerial. 

Phase 2 Area (Area B) 

' PAHs by EPA Melhod 8270C; and 

• TPHg, TPHd and/or TPHfo by EPA Method 8015 modified and EPA Method 3630A - 
Silica GelCleanup. 

As discussed in Sechon 5.L2, wilhin Ihe Phase 2 Area (Area B), Ihe Titjsi will remedialeTPH 
conlaminalion lo achieve ihe effeclive cleanup levels. PAHs above human health cleanup levels 
will be allowed to remain in-place under caps (e.g., pavemenl) and in landscaped areas and an 
LUC will be implemented. The LUC is alsomlended to prolect againsi exposure to metals in fill 
malerial. The Phase 2 CAP Implementation Work Plan will provide moredelails regarding 
necessaiT soil confirmation sampling wilhin ihe Phase 2 Area. 



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If in sifu Ireamienr technologies are used for remediation, additional soil confirmation sampling 
^nd/or soil gas sampling will need to beconducled. Details on confirmation sampling for in situ 
trealmeni will be provided in the CAP Implemenlalion Work Plans. 

53 Applicable Slate and Federal Laws and Regulatory R«quireiueiils 

Implemenlalion of the selected corrective action ^ileniahves will comply with applicable state 
^nd federal laws ^nd regulations including the requiremeiils of Title 23, Division 3, Ch^pler 16, 
Aiticle 1 1, which ^le ihe pnmary regulations eslabhshingihe requiremenis and slandards for 
petroleum -related correclive action in Ihe State of Californm. The altern^hves will also comply 
with applicable l^ws ^nd regulations reg^iding man^gemenl and disposal of excavaled soil, 
including iransporl loand trealmeni alregulaled and permitled facihties. As detailed m ihe 
RWQCE Order, the Com miss ^ry/PX Sludv Area is a known peholeum cont^min^lion site 
requinng preparation and implementation of this CAP meelingihe requirements of 23 CCR § 
2725(2004). TheRWQCB Order presenlscleannp slandards ^s SCRs for Ihe prelection of 
human heallh, ecological receptors, and water quality, which have been used to set Ihe applicable 
CAP cleanup levels. In addition, Ihe RWQCB Water Quality Control Plan for the San Francisco 
Bay Region [known as the Basin Plan) (RWQCB, 2004), pertaining to water quality within Ihe 
stale, has been taken into account in estabhshing the CAP cleanup levels. 

The Presidio as a whole is within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area {GGNRAj and is 
listed in Ihe National Register of Historic Places as a Historic Landmark, which affords its 
historic resources and cultural landscapes certain protechon under the NHPA. 

TheCommissary/PX Study Area is located in the Crissy Field Planning Area of the Presidio 
where the Crissy Field Restoration E'roject, a tidal marsh area, is located. As part of Ihe tidal 
marsh restoration work, a major archaeological recovery project was earned out by Ihe NPS at 
Cnssv Field to research and identify potential cultnral resources present in this area. The 
reseamh indicates Ihe Commissary/PX Stndy Area is located within a"Histonc Sensihvit>'Zone" 
(Figure 6 of Jems <£ Skika. ZOOiii). In addition, the Commissary/PX Study Area is in or 
adjacent to an approi'iimate 1 2-acre area designated as the fonner 1 9'^ Century Quartermaster 
Depot Si Landfill (Figure 10 ofJoircs *£ Slakes, 200 fa\ shown on Figure 2B. The cultural 
resources in this areaconid be of potential contributive value to the National Historic Landmark 
(NHL) and j'^olentially eligible for the National Register of Histonc Places {Hoiman *£ 
AssociaSes, I999<i m Jones *£ Sttti'.es, 200lii). In addition, the Bnilding62S Area 2 RU is in an 
archaeological sensitive area related to a Nahve American burial site and cultural relics 
idenhfied in prior studies (Tread well & Rollo, 2002b). As required by iheNHPA, if ground- 
disturbing achvihes are conducted within a Histonc Sensihvity Zone to address environmental 
contamination, potential impacts to these cultural resources should be avoided if possible, and be 
mihgated bv am haeo logical monitonngduring any excavation activities. The Trust is 
developing protocols for management of significant cultural resoumes discovered during the 
excavation monitoring program in the Study Area. To j'lrolect these resources, work at the 
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between Ihe Tnisl ^nd Ihe St^te Historic Preservation Officer (for work in Are^ B) and per Ihe 
Programmatic Agreement for the Presidio belween theNPS and the Slate Hisloric E'reservalion 
Officer (for work in Area A). 

During correclive action implementation, theTnisI will also comply with applicable provisions 
of the AH PA and ihe Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Acl (NAGPRA). 
Other federal and slale slalules, such as the federal and slale Endangered Species Acis (ESA and 
CESA), Die Migi'alory Bird Trealy Act (MBTA), and ihe Coaslal Zone M^n^genient Acl 
iGZMAj al^o provide sland^ids for protec lion of natural resoui"ces found on ihe Presidio ihal will 
be followed dunng this correclive action. 

For portions of the Gommissary/PX within Area A of Ihe Presidio, Ihe Trust will protect park 
resources in accordance with ihe GGNRA Act and Ihe Organic Acl while performing correclive 
actions at the Gommissary/PX. The corrective action will be completed in r manner consistent 
with land uses established by Ihe GMPA and the Area A MO A. For poitions of the 
Gomnnssary/PX within Area B of the Presidio, the corrective action will be completed in a 
manner consistent with l^nd uses established by the PTMP. NPS Management Pohcies ^nd the 
Presidio Vegetation Management Plan (Trnsi and NPS, 2001) apply to correclive action work in 
both Area A and Area B . 

With regard to soil excavation and disposal, state laws and regulations implement the federal 
Resource Conservation and Recovery Acl (RCRAl standards and are applicable to Ihe corrective 
actions at the Gommissary/PX Stndy Area. These piovisions inckide standards for properly 
storing, handling and Iranspoiling excavated soil that may contain hazardous constituents. 
These regulations also set standards for testing of potential hazardous wastes prior to 
management and proper off-site disposal. 

The impacted soil at the Study Area is not believed to be hazardous waste. The transport and 
disposal of non-hazard ons waste thai may be generated dun ng the correchve achon will be 
performed in accordance with Ihe pertinent sections of Title 27 of the GaliforniaCode of 
Regulations, which addresses the proper management of solid wastes. 

The corrective actions at Commissaiy/PX Studv Area take into account the RWQCB Basin Plan 
policy of no loss of wetlands as well as Presidio wetlands resources (NPS and Trust, 2003). Any 
applicable discharge prohibihons and erosion control measures will protect surface water and 
wetland resources. Also, Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) regulahons 
pertinent to dust suppression and onsite air monitonng dun ng excavation work will be met to 
prevent air quality impacts from Ihe selected remedial actions. Although not anticipated to be 
present, if unknown USTs are found dun ng remedial activities, removal will comply with 
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5A Archaeological Monitoring 

As described in Seclion 5.3, theCommissary/PXSludy Are^ is wirhm r Hisloric Sensitivity 
Zone. Correclive Action work pursuant lothi^ CAP will be moniloied i>er Die Programmatic 
Agreemeul for Ihe Piesidio be^^^eell the Trust and theSlale Hisloric Preserved on Officer (for 
work in Area B) and per the Programmatic Agreement for the Presidio belween the NFS and the 
Slate Historic Preservation Officer (for work in Are^ A). 

Work vnW] only be perfonned foil owing coordination wilh Trust and NPS hislonansand 
archaeologists, hilernal and external communicahons will be specified in the protocols for 
managemeni of significant cultural resources discovered during ihe remedial activities. Such 
protocols are currently under preparation by the Trust and are anticipaled to be provided as an 
appendix to the Phase I CAP Implementahon Work Plan. As required by ihe se protocols, if 
items of polenhal archeo logically or hislorically sensilive importance are found or suspected to 
be present, Tinst field personnel will contaci Ihe appropriate Tinst and NPS cultural resources 
pomls of contaci immediately. Work in the area will also be immediately halted until ihe 
potential discovery is evaluated. 

5,5 Groundwater and Surfoce Waler Monitoring 

G round waler and surface water monitonng will be conducted as part of the selected remedy for 
the soil RUs to e f fee lively demon sh"ale that ihe soil remedy is prolective of gjoundwaler and 
Grissy Field Marsh water quality. As noted above in Section 5.1, acomponent of the remedy is 
implementation of an LUG for Area B lorestricl use of gioundwaler m ihe area as a drinkmg 
water supply unhl contaminant concentrations are below drinking waler cleanup levels. This 
section descnbes the groundwater and surface water monitoring progi"am that will commence 
following completion of Phase I construclion acfivilies. The need for additional monitoring 
following completion of Ihe Phase 2 construclion activities wiil be made in consullation with Ihe 
RWQGB and NPS during development of the Phase 2 GAP Implemenlalion Work Plan. 

Following completion of Phase I conslruclion activities, giound water and surface waler samples 
will be collected on a quarterly basis from ihe following m on iloring wells and seep locahons in 
the vicinity of Ihe Commissary Seeps and Buik3ing6lO: 

• Downgradienlmonilonngwells; 600GW101 [600GWI0IR after replacement), 

6lOGWmi, 610GW102. and 610GW103; 

• Upgi'adieni monitonng well; 6CMDGW106; and 

• Surface water seeps: 610SP0I and 6I0SP02. 

Well600GWIOI will be removed during Phase I excavalion of Ihe TPHg Source Area. 
Replacement well 600GW101R will be re-mstalled following soil excavafion activities and 
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Ground^^arer and surface w^ler sampler from the wells and seep localions lifted above will be 
analyzed for the following petiole urn -related conshtuents on a semi-annual basis: 

- TPHg. TPHd and/or TPHfo by EPA Method S0I5/EPA 3630A, and 

• ETEXdndMTBEbyEPAS02]BorE020. 

Groundwater and surface water samples from the well and seep locations listed above \sill also 
be analyzed for ai'^enic and lelaled constituents on a quarterly ba^i^ to asse^^ whelher arsenic 
coiicenlralioiis in wells and seep samples al ihe sile show irends over time and fiirthei" evaluate 
the relalionship belween arsenic concenlrahons,TPHconcentrahons, Bay Mud, or other faclors 
that affect redox condihons and theiefore, ihe solubilily of arsenic in groundwater. Samples 
collected from Ihe wells and see]"' locations above will be analyzed for the following jiarameters: 

• Dissolved arsenic, iron, manganese, and aluminum (EPA 6010-6020); 

• Tolal arsenic, iron, manganese, and aluminum [EPA 6010-6020), al seep localions only; 

• General chemi^liy parameters: alkalinily (tolal), bicarbonate, carbonate, chloride, 
fluoride, nitrale as N, and nilnte as N, and sulfale (by various analytical melhods); 

• Sulfide [EPA 376.2/SW9030); 

• Tolaldis5olvedsolids(EPA 160.1); 

• TOG fSW 9060); and 

• Field paramelers including DO, specific conductance, and pH. 

Iron, manganese, sulfide, sulfate, nitrate as N, and nitrile a^N will be analyzed, and DO and pH 
will be fie Id -measured lo evaluate the redox slate of the gi oundwaler. TOC will be evaluated to 
asse^^ Ihe relative concenlralions of organic compounds available for biodegradation. 
Aluminum will be monitored for qua lily con irol(QG) purposes, lo evaluate if iherehas been 
breaklhrough of the fillers used for sampling. 

During each sampling event, waler levels will be measured in allexi^lmgonsilegjoundwater 
monitoring wells and groundwater elevalions calculated. 

Groundwater, surface water, and quality assurance/qualily control (QA/QC) samples (duplicates, 
eqnij'kment blanks, and trip blanks), will be collected and analyzed in accordance with Ihe 
Presidio-wide Qualily Assurance Projecl Plan (Telm Ttc/i, 2001). 

Table 10 presents Ihe detailed ground water/surface water monitoring program for each well and 
seep locahon included in the program. The gjoundwaler c leanup levels for ihe Commissaiy/PX 

Area are j'lresented in Table 4. For the i^etroleum -related con^litnents in the vicinity of the 
Gommi^^ary Seeps and Building 610, the semi-annual samphng will be conducted until 
implement ah on of Phase 2 corrective actions so that levels of pelroleum-relaled constiluents can 
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Thi^ monitoring i 5 expecled to demonstrate that the two -phased approach for corrective action at 
the Study Are^ is protective of gjoundwaler and theCrissy Field Marsh. 

Arsenic and Ihe lelated constituents above will be monitored for four quarters toevakiale if the 

cone en irali oils show (rends and refine the conceplual model for arsenic in gronndwater. 
Following Ihe one-year moniloring period, analyses of arsenic ^nd related constitnenis will be 
rednced to a semi-annual basis unlil Phase 2 i mplement^h on, assuming arsenic levels are 
maintained at consislent levels oi h^ve decreased lo cone en ira lions below Ihe cleanup level 

In the Ph^se2CAP Imj'klement^hon Work Plan, the Phase 1 gronndwater and surface water 
monitoring dala will be reviewed to assess Ihe need for fnrlhei moniloring. The following 
general crileria will be nsed lo determine ihe need for further monitoring or action for 
conlaminants in gronndwater: 

• If cleanup levels are achieved or maintained wilhin Ihe moniloring period specified 
^bove, Ihe monitonng program will be discontinued; 

• If it isdemonslrated thai constituent concenlrations are moving low aids cleanup levels 
[i.e., showing a consisleni decreasing irendl within a reasonable lime penod, Ihe 
groundwater monilonng program will eilher bedisconlinued or conlmued for r specified 
time period lo confirm attainment of cleannp levels, as appropriate; or 

• If constituent concentration(s) are above cleanup levels and nol showing ^decreasing 
trend, the LUC resiri cling use of ground waler in Ihe area for drinking w^ler purposes 

may be retained for long-lerni management of g]"onnd water. As discussed in Section 3.2, 
constituenls in groundw^ler do not currenlly j'lose ^n ^chonable ihreat lo Ihe Cnssy Field 
Marsh, as concentrahons are below sail water cleannp levels. The Order s]>ecifies thai il 
is extremely unlikely ih^l shallow gronndwater adjacen I lo Cnssy Field Marsh could be 
used for dnnking waler purposes. Thus, leaving con slitnenis in groundwater at 
concenlrahons ^bove drinking w^ler standards, bnl below levels for protec lion of the 
marsh, ^nd restricting use of groundwater in the area for drinking water purposes would 
not poie a risk to humans or tlie environmeni at the Sludy Area. 



Fuilher groundwater and surface ^^aler monitoring decisions will be made inconsnitalion ^^ilh 
theRWQCBandNPS. 

All Study Area wells will remain in-place unlil decisions are m^de regarding Ihe FTiase 2 
correclive action program. Once it isdelermined Ihat a well will be no longer be monitored 

nnder Phase I or 2, theTrnsI will request apj'iroval from the RWQCB for ^b^ndonmenl of 
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5^ Land Use Conlrol 

A primary component of the selected corrective action for the Study Area i? implemenlatioii and 
maintenance of an LUC within Area B portions of ihe sile. The LUC is r non -engineering 
measure designed to 11) limil hiim^n ^nd/or ecological ei'iposure lo contaminants left in-place in 
soil above levels considered prolective of unrestncted use of the site (including lesidences, 
schools, hospitals, and daycare ceiiters|; (2) reshict use of groundwater as a drinking water 
supply until coiislitueiit concentr^hons are belowdrinkmgwaler cleanup levels; ^nd (3) require 
the notification of preseni and fulure owners and tenants of the properly concerning the polential 
presence of COCs remaining in soil and/or gionnd water at concenti"ati on s above risk-b^sed 
cleanup levels for unrestncted site use, including prolecti on of sensihve ecological recejilors. 
The LUC requirements and restrictions are binding on curreni ^nd subsequent property owners 
and remain m effect nntil ihey are formally removed or modified. 

The LUC for theCommissary/PX S(udy Area is consistent with land nses specified in the PTMP 
(Trust, 2002). The allowable land nse for the Commissary/PX Sludy Area is recreational. 
Recreational land nse, as well as commei"cial, office, instilutional, and cultural land nses, will be 
allowable under the LUC. Non-allowable land uses under the LUC are specified below. 

Under the selected corrective aclion for the Commissary/PX Sindy Area, an LUC will be 
adopted for Area B portions of the Study Area (within the Phase I ^nd 2 Are^s) lo protect site 

nsesdnelo ihe following elements of the coirective achon. 

• Phase 2 excavation activities will not commence unfil a decision is made regarding the 
fulure e'ip^nsion of iheCrissy Field Marsh into the Phase 2 Area. The Trust will proceed 
with Ph^se 2 construction activities no l^ter than Ihe end of 2008. An LUC will be 
required for the Phase 2 Area to restnct sensitive human land uses and prohibil removal 
of exislingc^ps (e.g., pavement ^nd buildings) where concentr^hons of COCs exceed 
cleanup levels for unrestricted use. The LUC is also required lo prohibit expansion of the 
salt waler tidal marsh or similar habitat reslor^tion projecis into the Phase 2 Area. 

■ Following correchve achon within Area B, PAHs, which are present m fill materials 

throughout the Study Area and are not mobile COCs, may remain in soil under existing 
caps (e.g., pavement or buildings) or landscaped areas at concentrations above cleanup 
levels. 

■ Metals, which are not associated withMolor Pool releases and are not mobile COCs, are 
present in fill matenals throughout the Study Area and benealh the elevaled Doyle Drive. 
The melals are present atconcentrations above cleanup levels under caps (e.g., pavemeni 
or buildings) and landscaped areas. 

• Dissolved arsenic has been routinely detected above drinking water cleanup levels in 
groundwater and/or seep water samples collected in ihe vicinity of the Commissary 

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The LUC for the AreaE portions of theCommi^^ary/PX Suidy Area will fulfill the following 
goals; 

• Prevenl in^ppiopnale land use of Ihe property' wilh ^oilconraming residual COCs al 
concenlralions ^bove applicable human heallh or ecological cleanup levels in soil; 

■ Prevenl use of groundwaler ^s a drinking w^ler supply nntil con^htuent concentrations 
are demon sli"aled lobe below dnnking water cleanup levels; 

■ Provide a me^ns (through the Trust's LUC program j for conveying Ihe usereshnchon to 
Trust personnel (including land use decision makers j, property managers^ tenant s» and 
legnlalors; 

■ Provide a framework for long-term monilonng to verify that ^sphall, landscaping^ and 

buildings capping conlammated soil are maintained ^nd nol removed; 

■ Provide a mechanism for ^ny subsequent property owners or transferees to assume 
responsibility for complying with the reqniremenis of ihe sileuse restrictions if or when 

the property is transferred; and 

■ Require thai ihe DTSC and RWQCB be contacted prior to a change m sensitive land use 
or in Ihe selected remedy. 

The"LUC Zone" attheCommissary/PXStudyArea is illustrated on Figure 2B. The LUC Zone 
will encompass all porhons of the Study Area within Area B, in addition to the area underneath 
Doyle Drtve. The LUC is bounded to Ihe north bv the foot/bike path which inns along the Crissy 
Field Marsh on the north side of M^son Street [includes Mason Street)' to Ihe east by Hal leek 
Street; to the south by the southern edge of Doyle Drive (includes the area underneath Doyle 
Dnvej; and to the west by Building 638 and the western edge of the Building 633 Firing Range 
backstop. 

The LUC Zone includes the following CERC LA sites which are present within the 
Commissaiy/PX Study Are^ boundaries: Fonner Railroad Tracks Area, Former Coal Storage 
Bin Area, Building 633 Firing Range, and Fonner Building 609 Are^. The evaluation and 
selection of remedial alternatives for these CERCLA sites are documented in a Dr^fl RAP 
(MACTEC. 2004); the Final RAP is in progress. In the Final RAP, any LUC th^t is selected as a 
component of the remedies at the CERCLA sites to address PAHs and metals in fill material will 
limit expansion of the marsh during Ph^se I, similar to the remedy selected m this CAP. 
Allhougli remediation for the CERCLA sites are addressed independentiv !ind separately from 
the actions authorized by this CAP, the LUC wiU be coordinated, implemented, and managed as 
one LUC Zotie for the entire property. 

It IS also noted that the LUC Zone includes a large portion of the former 19' Century 
Quartennaster Depot & Landfill (Figure \0 of Jones <£ Slakes, lOOln), as shown on Figure 2B. 



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The remainder of the depot and landfill outside of the LUC Zone defined in this CAP has been or 
will be addressed in separate decision documents. 

The LUC will include the following leslrictions and requirements: 

■ Non-Allowable Land Uses -No seiisihveuses (including housing, schools, hospitals^ 
day care facilihes, playgrounds, or any other uses involving the regular and constani use 
by children, the infirm, or the elderly) will be allowable for the site. Regular and 
constant use is defined as one individual being preseni on the site more ihan 3 hours per 
day, 150 days per year As such, recreational and educational uses of the site by children, 
theinfinn, or ihe elderly, nol exceeding 3 hours, 150 days per year per individual, will be 
allowable. General recreahonal, commercial, office, mshluhonal, and cultural land uses 
will be allowable as welL No homegrown produce may begi'own at the site. Use of Ihe 
LUC Zone as a saltwaler ecological habitat restoralion area will be prohibited. Use of 
groundwater as a drinking water supply will also be prohibiled. 

■ Administrntive Controls - For any projecl Ihat involves excavation or intrusion into Ihe 
subsurface wilhm an LUC Zone, a projecl pennil, including excavation clearance and 
projecl condilions and mitigalions, will be applied for and approved through ihe Trust's 
dig permit program as well as NEPA and Ihe NHPA (N' process) prior lo commencemeni 
of subsurface dislurbance m Ihe LUC Zone. Soil dislurbance acfivifies within the LUC 
Zone will be required lo adhere loa Heallh and Safety Plan that is consisleni with 
apphcable heallh and safety slandaids. Workers in ihe area will be required to follow ihe 
Heallh and Safet>' Plan, have ihe appropriate level of heallh and safely training, and use 
the appropriale level of personal protective equipmeni specified in Ihe Health and Safety 
Plan. 

• Removal of LUC -If, in Ihe future, Ihe Tiiist chooses lo remove Ihe LUC, a porfion of 
the LUC Zone, or ihe entire LUC Zone, and excavales soil at concenlrations above 
cleanup levels, soil sampling will be required to verify that effechve cleanup levels have 
been achieved. Groundwater monitonng will be required lo demonslrale that drinking 
waler cleanup levels have been achieved lo remove Ihe LUC reshichon on groundwater. 

• Management of Excavated Soil/Materials - All soil excavaled from an LUC Zone will 
be managed and/or disposed in accoidance with then applicable federal, stale and local 
laws governing excavali on, handling, management, and disposal of the excavated 
malerial. 

• Imported Fill-lmpoiled fill used within an LUC Zone will meet the cleanup levels for 
unreslricled human health land use. 

The procedures described below will be followed to ensure Ihat the specified LUC for Ihe 
Commissary/PX Study Area is adhered loby present and future owners and users of the site: 

• Projecl Permit Process- In advance of implementation, all Presidio plans and projecis 
must be screened for compliance with NEPA and IheN" process. The Trust orNPS, as 
apphcable, will use its interdisciplinary NEPA/NHPA environmenlal screening process to 



Decern bts 2005 71 



notify planning/projecl proponents of the LUC and require adherence to Ihe restrictions 
and requirements set forth in Ihis CAP for any plan/projecl involving tlie LUC Zone. In 
addition, for any piojecl involving excavalion or subsurface intrusion within the LUC 
Zone, Ihe Trust must approve an Excavalion Clearance Permil (dig permit) to ensure that 
subsurface ulihties (water, gas, sewer, fiber opiic) are nol damaged. Thedigpennil 
process will be used to notify and require adherence by excavation project proponents of 
the LUC restrictions and requirements. 

■ LUCs Master Reference Report - The LUC Zone and the specific restrictions and 
requirements will be described in a site-specific addendum to the Trust's LUCMRR. The 
LUCMRR, which includes a master map showing all Presidio-wide LUC Zones and a 
compilation of Presidio LUCs' requirements and restrictions, is maintained and kept 
current at the Trnst Library. Planning/j'^roject proponents and other members of the 
public may review e'iisting LUCs for the Piesidio by reviewing the LUCMRR in the 
Trust Library. 

- LUC Tracking in Ihe Trust's CIS Database -The Trust will include the LUC Zone in 

the CIS database that the Tiust is preparing to monitor its LUC sites. This database will 
be available to Trust staff to facilitate decision making and land nse planning for Presidio 
sites. 

• Notification and Annual Monitorinfi -The Trust will prepare an annual Presidio LUCs 
Report to confinn that land uses within the Presidio are consistent with the restrictions 
and requirements of the specified LUC Zones. The LUC for the Com mis sary/PX Study 
Area will be included in this report. The Trust will provide DTSC and RWQCB with a 

copy of the annual report. 

■ TransferofOHnershiporControl-TheTmst will notify DTSC and RWQCB of any 
anticipated transfer of ownership or control of any portion of the LUC Zone. Any 
transfer of ownership or control of the LUC Zone, m whole or in part, will be handled as 
outlined m the LUCMRR. The Tinst would likely record the LUCMRR with the City 
and County of San Francisco Recorder's Office and the Federal General Services Agency 
(GSA) to place subsequent FVesidio owners or managers on notice of the existence of the 
LUC Zones at the FVesidio. As pari of the administrative transfer of the site, the Trust 
will notify the subsequent owner or manager of the duty to comply with the LUCs and 
provide them with a current copy of the LUCMRR. 

5.7 Inipiem«ntation Schedule 

As discussed in Sections 3^ and 4.5, the Trust plans to implement the corrective action in two 
phases. Implementahon of Phase 1 constinction activities will commence no later than 
21 February 2006 (pending RWQCB appioval). The ground water and surface water monitoring 
program specified in Section 5.5 will commence at the completion of Phase 1 constinction 
activities. It is noted that the Study Area will continue to be monitored under the current 
Presidio-wide Groundwater Monitoring Program until that time. 



Decern b[:E 2005 72 



During Ph^se 1, the LUC will be implemented for AreaE portions of the Study Area (includes 
the Phase 2 Ai"ea|, as discussed in Section 5.6. Following a final decision regaining ihe 
expansion of Ihe Cnssy Field Marsh into Ihe Phase 2 Area, Phase 2 excavation aclivilies will 
commence in the Phase 2 Ai"ea to be consistent with ihe land use decisions at thai time. The 
Tnisl will proceed wilh Phase 2 consliuchon activities no later than Ihe end of 200S. The LUC 
will be retained for long-tenn management of Area B. 

As oulhned in Appendix G, thedilulion attenuation factors (DAFs)and retardation factors 
estimated as part of Ihe Commissary Seeps liilerim Removal Action supporl the Trust's current 
proposed Phase I and Phase 2CAPimplementahon approach. The analysis shows ihat TPH in 
the Phase 2 Area soil and m groundwater won Id not migrate lo theCrissy Field Marsh al levels 
thai pose ansk lo water quality' within ihe marsh, pnor lo Phase 2construclion implemenlation 
in 2CX)8. In addih on, ground waler and surface water moniloring will becondncled under Phase 1 
to demonstrate ihal Ihe Iwo-phased approach for corrective action al the Sludy Area is prolective 
of gioundwaler and theCrissy Field Marsh. 

Upon final regulatory approval by RWQCB of Ihe Final CAP, all deliverables and corrective 
actions aulhorized by the CAP will be prepared and implemenled according lo the schedule, as 
amended, required by the RWQCB Older. The Phase 1 CAP [mplemenlahon Work Plan for Ihe 
selected allernalive wiUbe submitted withm two months following regulatory approval of the 
Final CAP. The Phase 2 CAP Implementation Work Plan wi U be prepared wilhm 6 monlhs of a 
detenninahon concerning Ihe Crissy Field Marsh expansion or submitted no laler than 
1 Seplember 200S. The Trust will proceed with Phase 2 construction activities no later ihan the 
end of 2008. 

As required by thecurreni RWQCB Older, a report documenting implementation of Ihe Phase I 
Area RU correchve actions and conslruction complehon, including ongoing groundwater 
monitoring results, will be issued on or before 15 September 2006. An addendum report will be 
prepared documenting implemenlation of ihe Phase 2 corrective actions and conslruction 
completion. This addendum report will be issued to Ihe RWQCB wilhin 6 monlhs of Phase 2 
conslruchon completion. 



Decern b[:E 2005 73 



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December 2005 tO 



TABLES 



Table I 
GrDund»alcr Ivlcvallon Summary' 

Commlro^r^v/PX Area 
Pii:&idiD af Sin FrinciacD^CilifamiB 



LdchIIddID 


Dair 


I'idBl 
Cjcfc 


ID Walri ' 
(f"0 


Topof CaqlnE 

KlEvaltoD 
JftflFLLW) 


G ronndnalrr 

KlL'vdlion 
(fcclPLLW) 


WcUljpc 


SOOGWJOL 


03I]4I05 


~ 


3 5? 


10.66 


7 L4 


MVn 


— 


194 


10.66 


6 72 


MW 


LI/11114 


— 


173 


10.66 


693 


HW 


OSI09lfH 


~ 


4 65 


10.66 


601 


MW 


05I24ID4 


— 


4 43 


10.66 


6 23 


HW 


03/08*4 


~ 


404 


10.66 


6 62 


HW 


LM)lfl3 


— 


4 33 


10.66 


6 25 


HW 


0S/IIA)3 


Low 


4 5-: 


10.66 


6 14 


MW 


06/02A)3 


Low 


451 


10.66 


6 15 


MW 


Qi/joo: 


Low 


121 


10.66 


7 45 


HW 


I2/DZ4>2 


Law 


4 62 


10.66 


604 


HW 


S00GWJ02 


05/23flJ5 


— 


2 90 


lO.LO 


7 20 


HW 


03/14fl>5 


~ 


167 


lO.LO 


643 


HW 


L2/1JA)4 


— 


i(^4 


lO.LO 


6 46 


MW 


03/09 A)4 


— 


4 35 


10.10 


5 75 


HW 


05/24A)4 


~ 


139 


10.10 


671 


HW 


03/0MI4 


— 


IB3 


10.[0 


6 22 


HW 


L2/0lfl)3 


~ 


4 E2 


10.10 


59S 


HW 


0S/1IA)3 


Low 


4 12 


lO.LO 


595 


MW 


O6/02fO3 


Law 


4 21 


lO.LO 


5 39 


HW 


03/]OflJ3 


Law 


2 75 


lO.LO 


7 35 


HW 


12/010? 


Law 


4 21 


lO.LO 


5 39 


HW 


^OCGWIOJ 


05/?3fl5 


~ 


2 50 


ir. 11 


7G] 


HW 


03/14A)5 


— 


2 95 


1 1 < .i 1 


736 


HW 


L 2/1104 


— 


2 96 


10.31 


7 35 


HW 


03/09 A)4 


~ 


2.94 


10.31 


7 37 


HW 


05/24A)4 


— 


2.90 


10.31 


7 41 


HW 


03/08fl)4 


~ 


3 03 


|i< 11 


7 25 


HW 


L2/0IA)3 


— 


141 


II '..II 


6 90 


HW 


03/11*3 


Law 


2E6 


10.31 


7 45 


HW 


06/02A)3 


Law 


2 95 


10.31 


7 36 


HW 


03/1003 


Law 


2 79 


10.31 


7 52 


HW 


L2/02jO2 


Law 


137 


10.31 


694 


HW 


SOOGWHH 


05/21D5 


— 


293 


10.43 


7 55 


HW 


03/14*5 


— 


125 


10.43 


7 23 


HW 


12/1104 


~ 


100 


10.43 


7 43 


HW 


03/09*4 


— 


135 


10.43 


7 [3 


HW 


05/24*4 


~ 


194 


10.43 


654 


HW 


03/011*4 


— 


3 211 


1 0.43 


7 25 


MW 


12/01*3 


— 


351 


10.43 


6 97 


HW 


03/11*3 


Law 


3 03 


10.43 


7 40 


HW 


06/02*3 


Law 


293 


10.43 


7 50 


HW 


03/10*3 


Law 


2 95 


10.43 


753 


HW 


12/02*2 


Low 


3 53 


10.43 


6 90 


MW 



Dcccribcr 21105 



Pigc L Df 5 



Table I 
GrDund»alcr Ivlcvallon Summary' 

Commlro^r^v/PX Area 
Pii:&idiD af Sin FrinciacD^CilifamiB 



LdchIIddID 


Dair 


I'idBl 
Cjcfc 


Avrrapr Drplh 
(f"0 


Topof CaqlnE 

ElEvaltoD 
JftflFLLW) 


G ronndnalrr 

Kkvalion 
(fccl PIJ.W ) 


WeUl^pc 


tOOGWIOS 


05l2iK}5 
03/1 4A)5 


~ 


320 


17.64 


1444 


MVn 


— 


i 15 


17.64 


14 49 


MW 


LI/13A)4 


— 


424 


17.64 


13 40 


HW 


OSI09lfH 


~ 


4 15 


17.64 


13 49 


MW 


05I24ID4 


— 


429 


17.64 


13 35 


MW 


03/08*4 


~ 


147 


17.64 


14 17 


HW 


L2/0IA)3 


— 


4 EI 


17.64 


1231 


HW 


0S/1IA)3 


Law 


4B7 


17.64 


12 77 


MW 


06/02fl>3 


Lau' 


5 55 


17.64 


1209 


MW 


03/10fl>3 


Lau' 


330 


17.64 


14 14 


MW 


L 2/010: 


Lau' 


460 


17.64 


1304 


MW 


S0CGW106 


05/23A)5 


— 


3 35 


16.04 


1269 


WVJ 


03/14fl5 


— 


3 45 


16.04 


1259 


HW 


LI/13A)4 


~ 


437 


16J)4 


II 67 


HW 


03/09 A)4 


— 


3BS 


I6fl4 


1216 


HW 


05/24A)4 


~ 


400 


16.04 


1204 


HW 


03/0eA)4 


— 


3 45 


16.04 


1259 


MW 


L2/0IA)3 


— 


4 51 


I6fl4 


IL 53 


HW 


0S/1I«3 


Low 


4 41 


16J)4 


II 63 


HW 


06/02jD3 


Law 


4 51 


16JM 


II 53 


HW 


03/10fl)3 


Loui 


3 22 


16.04 


12 52 


HW 


L?/02fl? 


Low 


4 50 


16.04 


II 54 


MW 


S0CGW107 


05/23A)5 


— 


leo 


16.76 


1296 


HW 


03/14A)5 


~ 


362 


16.76 


13 14 


HW 


12/1104 


— 


4 53 


16.76 


1213 


HW 


03/09 A)4 


~ 


5 19 


16.76 


II 57 


HW 


05/24A)4 


— 


4 72 


16.76 


1204 


MW 


03/0eA)4 


— 


4 94 


16.76 


II 52 


HW 


L2/0IA>3 


~ 


5 23 


16.76 


II 53 


HW 


0S/1IA)3 


Low 


493 


16.76 


IL 7S 


HW 


06/0103 


Low 


4 43 


16.76 


12 28 


HW 


03/1 0A)3 


Low 


4 03 


16.76 


12 63 


HW 


12/02^1: 


Low 


4.82 


16.76 


II 94 


HW 


tOOGWlOE 


05/2105 


~ 


393 


12.29 


3 31 


HW 


03114105 


— 


3 90 


12.29 


339 


HW 


L2'13fl4 


~ 


420 


12.29 


3 09 


HW 


05/09 A)4 


— 


4 79 


12.29 


750 


HW 


05/24A)4 


— 


4 72 


12.29 


7 57 


HW 


03/0eA)4 


~ 


4 41 


12.29 


7 93 


HW 


L2/0IA)3 


— 


4 12 


12.29 


3 17 


HW 


0S/1IA)3 


Low 


4 72 


12.29 


7 57 


HW 


06/0103 


Low 


439 


12.29 


7 90 


HW 


03/1003 


Low 


3B2 


12.29 


3 47 


HW 


12/02^1? 


Low 


4 23 


1 2 2- 


3 06 M^^ 



Dcccribcr 21105 



Pjgc2Df 5 



Table I 
GrDund»alcr Ivlcvallon Summary' 

Commlro^r^v/PX Area 
Pii:&idiD af Sin FrinciacD^CilifamiB 



LdchIIddID 


Dair 


I'idBl 
Cjcfc 


Avrrapr Drplh 
(f«0 


Topof CaqlnE 

KlEvaltoD 
JftflFLLW) 


G ronndnalrr 

Kkvalion 
(fccl PIJ.W ) 


WcUljpc 


tOOGWim 


05l2iK}5 


~ 


3 70 


11^7 


7 97 


MW 


03/1 4A)5 


— 


354 


11^7 


813 


HW 


LI/13A)4 


— 


4 05 


11^7 


7 62 


HW 


OSIO^IfH 


— 


4 71 


11^7 


6 96 


HW 


05I24ID4 


— 


446 


11^7 


7 21 


HW 


03/0eA)4 


~ 


3 90 


IIA7 


7 77 


HW 


L2raiA)3 


— 


4B7 


11^7 


6 30 


HW 


0S/1IA)3 


Lau' 


4 65 


11^7 


7 02 


HW 


06/02fl>3 


Loui 


4 31 


11^7 


7 36 


HW 


OiliOID3 


Lau' 


3B5 


11^7 


7 32 


HW 


12/010? 


Lau' 


4 52 


11^7 


715 


HW 


SIOGWIOE 


05123105 


— 


261 


9.9 L 


730 


MW 


03I]4I05 


— 


2 90 


9.9 L 


701 


HW 


LI/13A)4 


~ 


293 


9.91 


693 


HW 


03/09 A)4 


— 


5 21 


9.91 


4 70 


HW 


05124104 


~ 


340 


9.91 


6 51 


HW 


03I0&I04 


— 


3 IT 


9.9 L 


6 74 


MW 


L2/0lfl3 


— 


3 23 


9.9 L 


663 


HW 


03/11*3 


Low 


349 


9.9 t 


6 42 


HW 


06/0HI3 


Law 


3 55 


9.91 


636 


HW 


03/10fl)3 


Loui 


239 


9.91 


7 52 


HW 


L2/02A)? 


Ijjyi 


344 


9.9 L 


6 47 


MW 


03/26A)2 


Loui 


363 


9.91 


6 23 


HW 


05/28*2 


High 


3 59 


9.91 


6 32 


HW 


05/28*2 


Laui 


3 63 


9.9 L 


6 23 


HW 


03/04*2 


High 


3 85 


9.91 


606 


HW 


03/04*2 


Ljw 


3 3: 


9.9 L 


6 59 


MW 


11/26*1 


High 


325 


9.91 


666 


HW 


11/26*1 


Loui 


325 


9.91 


666 


HW 


03/27*1 


Hlfih 


3 60 


9.9 L 


6 31 


HW 


03/27*1 


Laui 


364 


9.91 


6 27 


HW 


5IOGWI02 


05/23*5 


— 


300 


10.29 


729 


HW 


03/14*5 


— 


330 


10.29 


6 99 


HW 


12/13*4 


~ 


3 42 


10.29 


6E7 


HW 


03/09*4 


— 


413 


10.29 


6 [6 


HW 


05/24*4 


~ 


3B6 


10.29 


6 43 


HW 


03/08*4 


— 


369 


10.29 


660 


HW 


12/01*3 


— 


3B2 


10.29 


6 47 


HW 


03/11*3 


Lau' 


392 


10.29 


6 37 


HW 


06/02*3 


Law 


4 10 


10.29 


6 19 


HW 


03/10*3 


Loui 


2 75 


10.29 


754 


HW 


L2/02rfl2 


Low 


3 94 


10.29 


6 35 


HW 



Dcccribcr 21105 



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Table I 
GrDund»alcr Ivlcvallon Summary' 

Commlro^r^v/PX Area 
Pii:&idiD af Sin FrinciacD^CilifamiB 



LdchIIddID 


Dair 


I'idBl 
Cjcfc 


Avrrapr Drplh 
(f"0 


Topof CaqlnE 

KkvaltoD 
JftflFLLW) 


G ronndnalrr 

KlL'valion 
(fcclPLLW) 


WeUl^pc 


SI0GWJ02 


<}Si2tii'ri 


Low 


4 16 


10.29 


6 13 


1 MVn 


05120101 


Hlfih 


4 03 


10.29 


6 21 


MW 


05I2SI01 


Law 


4 12 


10.29 


6 17 


HW 


OilOVfll 


HiBh 


5 02 


10.29 


5 27 


HW 


03IOVfl7 


Law 


3 S3 


10.29 


646 


MW 


L1/26A)I 


High 


3 72 


10.29 


6 57 


HW 


Ll/26«l 


Law 


3 74 


10.29 


6 55 


MW 


0SI27ID] 


High 


4 II 


10.29 


6 IS 


MW 


OSI27KI\ 


] lU' 


4 1 ^ 


10 29 


6 16 


MW 


bIQGWJOJ 


05123105 


~ 


4 00 


11. L3 


7 13 


MW 


03/14A)5 


~ 


430 


11.13 


6G3 


MW 


L2/13A)4 


— 


4 45 


11. L3 


66S 


MW 


0SyU9A)4 


— 


3 65 


11. L3 


7 45 


MW 


05/24*4 


~ 


4B5 


11.13 


6 23 


MW 


03/0eA)4 


— 


4.73 


11. L3 


6 35 


HW 


12/01*3 


~ 


4.67 


11. L3 


646 


HW 


OS/1 1*3 


Low 


4SI5 


11. L3 


625 


MW 


06/02*3 


Law 


4 19 


11. L3 


694 


MW 


03/10*3 


Low 


320 


11.13 


793 


HW 


12/02*2 


Law 


4 79 


11. [3 


634 


HW 


03/26*2 


Law 


526 


11.(3 


5B7 


HW 


05/211*2 


Hi-h 


5 13 


11. [3 


600 


MW 


05/28*2 


Law 


5 II 


11. L3 


6 02 


HW 


03/04*2 


High 


337 


11.13 


7 76 


HW 


03/04*2 


Law 


494 


11.13 


6 19 


HW 


Ll/26*l 


High 


4 S3 


11.13 


6 30 


MW 


tl/26*l 


Low 


4 85 


11. [3 


6 2S 


MW 


03/27*1 


High 


5 29 


11.13 


5B4 


HW 


03/27*1 


Law 


5 33 


11.13 


5 GO 


HW 


i^mspin 


05/23*5 


— 


Not flnnlnp 


— 


— 


Sinficc 


03/14*5 


~ 


Nol floivjug 


~ 


~ 


SaifBcc 


12/13*4 


— 


NdI floivinp 


— 


— 


SurfBCi: 


03/09*4 


— 


Nol floivinp 


— 


— 


Surface 


05/24*4 


~ 


Nol flowing 


~ 


- 


Surf ICC 


03/08*4 


— 


Nol floivjup 


— 


— 


Surface 


12/01*3 


~ 


Nol flowing 


~ 


- 


Surface 


03/11*3 


Law 


NdI floivinp 


— 


— 


Surface 


06/02*3 


Law 


Nol floivinp 


~ 


- 


Surface 



December 2005 



Pjgc 4 Df 5 



Table I 
GrDund»alcr Ivlcvallon Summary' 

Commlro^r^v/PX Area 
Pii:&idiD af Sin FrinciacD^CilifamiB 



LdchIIddID 


Dair 


I'idBl 
Cjcfc 


Avrrapr Drplh 
(f«0 


Topof CaslnE 
KkvalioD 


G ronmTnalrr 

Kkvalion 
(fccl PM.W ) 


WcUljpc 


»I0SP02 


05l2iK}5 
03/1 4A)5 


~ 


NdI Floiymg 


~ 


- 


SurlBcc 


— 


NdI floivinp 


— 


— 


SaifBcc 


LI/11114 


— 


Nol floivinp 


— 


— 


Surface 


OSI09lfH 


~ 


NdI flowing 


~ 


- 


Suffice 


05I24ID4 


— 


NdI flowing 


— 


— 


Surface 


03/08*4 


~ 


NdI flowing 


~ 


- 


Sinfice 


L2/0IA)3 


— 


NdI flowing 


— 


— 


Surface 


0S/llfl3 


Law 


NdI flowing 


— 


— 


Surface 


<I6I02/<I? 


Loui 


Nol llowjng^ 


~ 


- 


S u i] icc 



Nolcs 

I - AlLdcplh lo *»lrr mcaiiuicnicnl'; arc an ivc rage of I hire mc a&uirment ircDrdei) rnlhc field. 

WW- Monilonn^ well 

ICcI PLLW - feel ibDvc PreEidiD lower Ida Ailer vciHc aL dalum 

— GiDumTu'Blcr level me aivuremcnls ucre m I collec led on a lidal <e hedulc beginning u' i Iti Fonrlh Q uarle r 2003 



December 2005 



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Table 2 

Previous Investigation Resulls and Corrfclive 4f Iidds Summary 

CDnimisGir^/PX Slud^ Area 

PrcHdio of San Frjiicisco^ California 



Bulk! InL' Number and 
lDteAll]!allDnSlle DeslLniallon 


1nvesli|!alion and RemHj>ai Acllon Dfscrkpllon 


Potential ConlamlnaDi of 
Conf em IdenllFled 


SIfllBS 


T609 Cammtearj 
Sanipllni^ 


HDU&cliDld pcslicidc com liner breaks in former 
ConiinizzBrv fT609f Cleanup canlcic led. Soil sam^iles 
coLlecled during Remedia] Inve^ligiUou |RI) bI Building 
610, wtsi of fa nner T609 . The rcsuLls fioin 3 eoiI 
samples colLccled mdiealed low levels for dicLdnn (uplo 
0.0 L2 |jg/|l and ppDDT lup lo 13 |ig/g| and 1,1- 
dicliloro-2,2-di(4-chLDro[ihcnvl|clhinc (DDEl id OOB 
ME^g) CDamc'; H. Moore, 1997) lYounskm. Mark, 1996ij. 


l,l-dichlarD-2,2- 

d](4chloropheiiyL)elheiie |DDT) 


These deleclions exceed possible 
screening levels Recommended 
soil sampljiig eouducled and 
reporle^i as pari of ihe 
Ccmmissary/PX S[. Included in 
Remeiiml AcFr'in Flt/i, Baker Bsiii-i' 
D'shirbeii Aiens 1, iA, 2. mn! 2A 
and Tweni'i-'-Seve'i Ofhe' Main 
ln5l>ilSaIitm S'te-i (MACTEC, 
2004) 


633 Pistol Rnnec 
Sam plinth 


20 shahnw soil samples (<2^ feel) eollceled during 
Base-wide Rl al sile delected lead up lo 659 |ig/g (Dames 
& Moore, 1997J. 


Leid 


Included in Remedia! AcSii?ii Plan. 

Baker Beticlr D/sTa/ bed Areas 1, 
iA, 2. ii"d 2A and TweniySeven 
Olher Mam iir^ltiHaiii"/ Sr'es 
IMACTEC. 2004). 


Low Temperalure'l^bermal 

Desurpllon <[.n [l| 

Facllll> 

SampUnp 


' This area ivcrvcd as a gaivolme rcfucLing faeilily seirieed 
by AST 6J4 The area has rcccnll^ been used for a Ldw- 
lempeialure ihermal desorplion fLTTDr faeilily for sorl 
remedj al lo n A baivcline soil condilion invcsligaliou prior 
lo LTTDslBrlupcollccled 20 near-surface (12 lo L6 
inches decpl soil ivamplcs ihroughoul ihc LTTD area 
(MDnlgomery Wilson, I996al .-^nilyli^al resulls rcporl 
sojI eonlajning diesel in ibe area 


TFHg, TPHd, BTEX, PAHs, Fb 


Included in Commissiry/PX CAP. 


637 Correcllie Acllon Plan 

iCAPl 

1 m pie mfnia lion 

1 


1 

Adjacenl lo ihe Sludy Area, hislorical records shou' ihiii 
"■as a main fuel slorage area for ihe Molor Pool .^bove 
ground slorage larikiv |ASTs| and USTs and piping were 
removed Sile waiv jrivcsligaled and CAP jmpLcmenled 
lEKI, 2000) Grouridwaler monilorjrig as pari of Presidio 


TPrig, TPHd, BTEX, arid Pb 


Ba'Sii'ii^ 63 7 A' SI' CiiipSeli'irt 
Ref'Mt eurrenlly under regulatory 
review |EK1.20l)4j. 

1 



December 2005 



Pige I of 5 



Table 2 

Previous Investigation Resulls and Corrfclive 4f Iidds Summary 

CDnimisGir^/PX Slud^ Area 

PrcHdio of San Frjiicisco^ California 



Bulk! InL' Number and 
lDteAll]!a lion She DeslLniallDn 


1nvesli|!alion and Remo>ai Acllon Dfscrkpllon 


Polenllai ConlamlnaDi of 
Conf em IdenllFled 


SlalBS 




QuiUcrly GrDundwilcr MonHoring PrDgram iTrcadwcil 

& Ri^lio,200Lf 






CrlsfyFkhl Rf medial Aclhm 

PlanlHAPf 

Im pie menia lion 


luvcvligBljan and rcmciLliBL aclion jtcrfoiincd hI former 
Fill Sue 7.Cr]z^y Field Rifle liLslilulc and Sttcl R»ngcs 
|Dn-sbiorc »rcB| »nd Building 900 's Area f i nc Lud mg 
Building!, 923/937,924 Firing Rjngc.y JO, jnd979| 
(Army and DTSC, 1998). 


TFHg, TPHd, TPHfa, FAHs, 
VOCi, m el lis 


G ro urtdw a le r man i Id ring al 
Building 900s \.<i ongaing. C'iisf 
Field Ot>e'i>!^e L't'il 4 
iiifSemtfliiluii Refii'ri, P'€<^iila'flf 
Sill F'unci^-o lEKI, 2004) under 
regulatory review 


iiSV hl>3 
Removal 


A l.OUO-galLondicscI UST "■a'v removed ,a 1996 v.]lh an 
tacavBlion 25 feci long by 21 feel wide bv 5 5 fecldecj* 
5 &Dii bampieii ind 1 gioii ndwile r sam pic were co iici: led. 

TPHd (600 mg/kg) and TPHmo l96 mg/kgl Maximum 
CO nccn In lio ns were in ivoil and TPHd (6,B0fl [ig'Ll »nd 
TPHmo (220 |ig/L) m groundwalcr (Monlgamery 
WaBon, l99Bb|. 


TFHd,TPHf6, toluene, xylenes, 
PAHs 


Included in Commiuiry/FX CAP. 


626 nasteOII Taak Remuial 


WibIcdiI lank jdenufled and removed during 
Commi^ivBry conivlruclion. 10 iioil simples eallecled. 
(exael loealion unknawnl rcparl "lolal fuel hydrac a rbo ni " 
range belwecn 96 mg/kg and 5,900 mg/kg (Youngkin, 
1996) 1 soil ivimple analyzed for VOCiv wis nDn-delccI 
Fdc all anilvle'v. 


TFHd, benzene, toluene, 
nyltnei, PAHa 


Included inConimisivBr^/FX CAP. 


Underground Storagf Taok 

(USHNo.FDS-1 

Removal 


A l-OOO-gallondiesel UST removed in 1996 wuh an 
eacavalion 21 feel long by 19 feel wide bv 5 5 feel deep 
6 soil and 1 gnjundwaler ivaniple eo Heeled, Maximum 
CO ncenlri lions were TPHd (1,900 mg/kg) and TPHmo 
(1.900 mg/kg) inioil and TPHd (99 |ig/L) and TPHmo 
(1,100 |ig/L) in ground "'Bier CMonlgamery ^'alson, 
i99Sbl 


TFHd, TPHfb, toluene, xylenes. 
PAHs 


Included inCommisiiar^/FX CAP. 



December 2005 



Page 2 of 5 



Table 2 

Previous Investigation Resulls and Corrfclive 4f Iidds Summary 

CDnimisGir^/PX Slud^ Area 

PrcHdio of San Francisco^ California 



Bulk! InL' Number and 
lDteAll]!allDnSlle DeslLniallon 


1nvesll|!allon and Removal Action Dfscrkpllon 


Polenllal Conlamlnaol of 
Conf em IdenllFled 


SlalBS 


FDS Pipeline BR6-5 Renonl 


SccliDn of FDS pipeline removed and ovcr-cacivalcd. 2S 
£D]L 'kHinpIc!! colkclcd rrom ibic LjuijI'v nf ihc cuiBvilian 
and Boilvzcd farTPH Bnd FAH'.. Dclcclcd 
conccnlnlioiLs up lo> 1,925 mg/kgfoiTFH and 3.245 
mg/kg for iDliI CHrcrnogcnct: PAHi JMonlgD m cf^ 
Wa&on, L999I 


TFH.PAHs 


Included jnCommisivar^/PX CAP. 


CDDllnEeHj5ltclTII99-lllXI 
and Comml^ry Seeps Interim 
Source Aemoi'al Acllon , 


Step i 1 mpL] ng performed in 1999 by ihc TrusI dclcclcd 
TPHg, loLucnc, clhyLbcnzcnc, snd lylcnc^ al 
eo neeu In lio OS boLou olcBiiup Levels far^Bllwilcr iquilic 
orgamsnii The Tnisl continued lo monjlor ihc ivccps, 
jnd invcMigalLpns "crc performed lo idcnlify ihc source 
ircB. Grounds alcrivccps lo ihc new Crj^isy Field lidal 
marili conlBincd low eoneenlralioni of TPHg »nd TPHd. 
Source idcnlified in vieinily of fonner Biiildiii|4 621 
ih rough 624 fueling area and 655. Inlcnm Sourec 
Rcmcvil Aeljon Plan im [ilcmculed during summer of 
200 1 iTrcadwcll & Rollo, 2002*1 Area cxcavalcd, 
Sim pled, ind back filled. All soil confirm aUon sample 
resuLa al encaviUon limils u'cre bclon pro[Xfsed cleanup 
levels. DraJT Inleriin S'lurL-i: RemofnS Actriin RsyMf 
(Ticadwell & Rollo. 2002a). 


TPHg, TPHd, BTFX, and Fb 


Included in Commissar^/PX CAP 
lo delermiue whelher addilioual 
correclive aclion is required. 
Ougo i ng gro undw a le r mo nj lo ring 
as pirl of Prcvidio Quirlerly 
Ground* alerMonilorjng Progrim 
(Trcadwell & Rollo, 2000). 


FDS Pipelines CF-3, CF4. amI 
CF- 12 Removal 


Thn^eseclioDsorFDSpipcljne jCF-3,CF-4, and CF-12) 
were removed ind over-eiie*viled. Al CF-3, 2 of 5 soil 

sampler exceeded soif aclion level fSAL) forTPHfo 

(lOOOmg/kg) and one forTFHd al 3 feci bgs Al CF-4, 
4 of 10 soil samplcv exceeded SAL for TPHg |64(t and 

1,500 mg/kgl and TPHd |S70 mg/kgl il 2 feel bgs Al 
CF-12, 2 of B sampler exceeded SAL for TPHg |2,700 

mg/kgf.TPHfo (1,500 mg/kgl, benzene |l2mg/kgf, 
Elhylbenzeiie|l2 mg/kgl, and lolucne f44 mg/kg) al 2.5 

feel" bgs CIT. 1999). 


CF-3-TFHfD 
CF^-TFHg, TPHd 

CF-12- TPHg, TPHfo. benzene. 
loluene 


— CF4 and CF- 12 are included in 
Commissary /PX CAP. 
CF-3 ciceedanees ivere remedialed 
as pirl of ihe Building 637 
Coneclive Aelion. 



December 2005 



Page 3 of 5 



Table 2 

Previous Investigation Resulls and Corrfclive 4f Iidds Summary 

ConiinisEir^/PX Slud^ Area 

PrcHdio of San Francisco^ California 



Bulk! InL' Number and 
lDteAll]!allDnSlle DeslLmallon 


1nvesll|!allon and Remo>al Acllon Dfscrtpllon 


Polenllai ConlamlnaDi of 
Conf em IdenllFled 


SlalBS 


ConllneeBCj Sllf 111098-1100 


FucL-jinpaclcd bojL wBbdj&cDvcrcd jn I99E during 
CO m m u n ic al lo n Line cxcivalion "ork The ucslccn 
pDilJDn of ihissilc •'•i^ cncBvilcd ks pari of ihc 
Coniini&^iFy 5cc]a Inlcnm Sourrc Removal Aclri>n. Si 

ind Tniivl gn> u ndw h Ic c grab >> ample!! coliccli^d ^lOulh ind 
norlh of ihc iHc ivcrc non-Jclccl for TPH. 


TPH 


No runticr aclian i£ necessary far 

ihc "Cvlcm roniDn of ihc tiHc 
where source removal complclcd 
undei Com m liisi ry Sccpik 1 nlcriin 
Source Removal Aclion The 

caiklern parlion iz inclinLled in ihr 
Commissarj/PX CAP 



B TEX - benzene, Ec luf nc, f ihlycnc, imt it^lcii^ 

FD3 -Fuel Di^lnbulion Sj&Ecm 

mg^k^ - miiligranei per kllogrHm 

Pb - leal 

FAlfe- polycjclic aromalic hydrocirboni 

TPHd- lolal pcHolcum hydrx: Bitoit »s dicscl 

TPHFo- IoIhI pcliulcum hydm.arborL' a' Cue] oil fuHiiig a motor oil slandard Allh carton range C^fCi^l 

TPhg- lolal pcHoleum hydroc aitoiti »s gasoline 

TPtJmo- lolal peliuleum biydrmrtmrii as moloroil 

VOC'i- vol all le organic compoumt 

|jf/g- microgranEi per ^ram 

|jg/L- mn. rograntv pL'r lilcr 

Aimy aTidDTSC, 1998 Finul Hemediat AcHoii ftaii. Cnijy Field Area. F'esi/irt) oJSan F-iirwjt.o. April. 

Dames iS Mocir, [9*17. Fint/I Bumeiiiiil Ittvesl'^itiiii'i Beiio'l.F'eiiiSin Maif Ifslallit'it/n. F/eiitS/o iifSirn Frpftiic. Januaty. 

EKI, 2000. EMiiviU'ott Rej?«n Jimlte Biiltiiiiig 0?7 irbti-F/eiitS/aofSitu Fn/fn.ijt-t', CuSlJimtlu June 

EKI, 2CX)Z Develoi'iitnl oj Fresid'o-'Widt Cteamis' tjivtS^ Jot Sort. SeiS'iit'tl, G'aiinthvnle'. aidStt'juce Wnler. Oclober. 

EKI, 2004-. Bii'lih'iK 6S7 A'en Covplelion Reirori. Frendiu ffSnn Friifn.jJco, CaSiJonnii. Maich 

n, 1^9. File! D/i'HhttlionS<3le'n CS'mire Reforl, Frei/tSia oj San F/t/thiici}. Califom/ti, Viilwiei I 'hfiiiRltS. May 



December 2005 



Page 4 of 5 



Table 2 

Previous Investigation Resulls and Corrfclive 4f Iidds Summary 

CDnimisGir^/PX Slud^ Area 

PrcHdio of San Francisco^ Califomia 



Noliziy (ConliinKiLl) 



HACTEC, ffiM Pemr^ui AcfanFtan. Baier Bench Diiiiirbed .ireui I. :.\. 2. iiniS2.\ and T'venh-Seven Oihei Sfi-i, Frendio ofSanfrtiiaica. Ciil'jo"aa. 1 ik I udrs updalE 
ihitiugbi ApnL 2005 

Monlgomety WaDinn I9^a i^nv TemiiertilweTlieiiiiil Deniiiilin"! LTJD). fie'reir'tiwiS Ht/scl/ieSt"! Smniil/ziR ill htoln' F'til .irai Leiler Reporl, Frei/tlr/i oj San F'1'tu.isco. 

Culijiim'!' I Mfly 

Monl^omety Wh&oh ly^Sb. Juik Rtipovul Documenliil'mi Res?ims. (LIST No. FDS-I. UST Nttri'htf60it. r'ffsiihnoJSan Fr/irnijct}. Cntijotnlu. iu\y 

Monlgomety WaDinn. I9^h .\dtl'S/iif'ii!l"ve]l'gii'iimiifFiielDii'/'hii'iimSyiTf^pi. F'fiiii'ii ifJSi'tt Fiwcistii, Citli^nnrm. AugiEil 

TrcwiwcLIS RdILo. 3)01 Druji Qiutrleiiy Crtii/niivit'e/ Sfotti'ontii P<:;<iiii Secnid Qiii'iier I'Jitl , Qiuinerly Giii'iiiihviilei Mo'i'la'/i^ fn/g'afit. Fresidto i)) San Francisco 
November 

TrcaduclLJE Polio, ?D02a DruJ! Cominijiiii < Slvjii lilfTim Soiif-i: Pemiivi'l Atlti'ii Rltii". Fieiidio of Si/f Frti/Kini'. ienuBiy 

\ou[ighi[i 1996a Voungkin, Marh, LcLlcr Id Mr Da^F? Wilkinik r? Comincnlii uu Drafl FieibI RcinediH] 1 nvCkligaliuu jRI) Report, B uildi ng 609 , Caniml'i:mj' 1 nvdligUion, 
PrcvidiD dC 5 an PianciHO 17 JluHl 

Youngtin 1 996 b. ¥o ungkln. M bjIl, Lcllcr la M r. Dive WllkliDi ic Srtbmllal cfHnliiriail Enviioffine/iin! DiKiime/iiSiime\. 74Iiiiir. 

FDS Pipeline CF-3 RcmoviL - SrdkonoEFDS PIpcknc rcmaved anil ovcr-e>LcivalaL 



December 2005 Page 5 of 5 



SuDintic] of SdII CkiiDiip l.cvrh 
Caniiiik^r^v/PXSludj Area 

FirsiiHiD jf Sbh Frain. isco, C allfDmli 



DaiBlUiKnl 


Applicable Ckanup LitcLh 


Fflecllt c C kanup LetelE 


RcpDrUnj-'DilcE'llDnl.lmllE | 


H untin Hcahb 

RicnallDitail 

Ckanup l^vrl 


Human Hrallh 

Kiskleulliil 
Ckanup Level 
JmfiAcEl 1 


Fioloelcal 

HuCTer /one 

O'crrearla]) 

Ckanup Leycl 

<m£/fc£) 


SallnalLT 

Kcoh^kal 

PrDlcclion Zc nc 

C kanup I..E« el 

(mtftE) 


Groundnaler 
l^rob.'cllDn al Cilwij 
t'kldClcanupI.etel 

f roundualerf 
jQiEfkEf 


L'nreacicled biiid ittc 

uflb proleclioD or 

CriHj t'kid Marah 

ualer iiiulilj 

(mc'kE) 


Vnredtrkkd land uh: 

uIIIhuI prDleclionDf 

CrbHj KkMMarah 

nalerqualUj 

|niE/h£> 


Redtrkled bnd ati 

nllh proleclion of 

Crtffj Field Mardii 

ualerqualllj 

Jin£/fc£( 


Keslrkled bod ibc 

y\ llhDul prolcf lion of 

CrluyFkld Marsh 

nnlcrqualllj 

<in£/fc£( 


VnaljDcal 

Reporllof 

l.lmUA 


l.abDialDi^ 

DclecUon l.intll 

<in£/fc£( 


I'ElrDkuiu H jdrDinrhc iH and <r dEDllnr-rcblEd VOCa 




1 


rPH t ^toiiiK (C^Cii ) 


2,400 


1,030 


610 


LI. 6 


1,690 


11 jS 610 


11.6 


610 


1.0 


0.001 


rPH tdle^l (C|,-C,|) 


.1,200 


1 ,3S0 


700 


144 


1,950 


144 1 700 1 144 


700 


LO 


D.OOl 


rPH fc fuel oil (Ci.-Cji) ^ 


4,500 


1,900 


9 SO 


144 


2,730 


144 


9E0 


1 

144 


9S0 


LO 


0.005 


Icnzrnc 


1 5 


06 


40 


50 


1 


06 


0.6 


1 


1 


005 


0.005 


Falucnc 


1,200 


S40 


270 


260 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


005 


0.0O5 


^Ihjlbciucif 


1,900 


530 


175 


5 


19 


1 

5 


19 


19 


19 


010 


0.005 


PoIhI Xjlni& 


2,500 


l,OS0 


55 


27 


4,340 


1 

22 


55 


22 


55 


005 


0.005 


'?[HE 


— 


- 


~ 


190 


— 


190 


- 


190 


~ 


~ 


0.020 


\ii-la\s- 






^larnic 


OSS 


36 


64 








5.9' 


59' 


59' 


59' 


0.2 


0.25 


radinlum 


42 


1 7 


0.23 


— 


— 


L7* 


1.7' 


1.7' 


1.7' 


n.i 


0.25 


rhiDmium 


2,B00 


1 1,200 


23 


— 


— 


130' 


I20' 


120* 


120* 


0.2 


05 


Topper 


— 




170 


- 


— 


120 


120 


120 


130 


0.2 


05 


_cad 


500 


400 


300 


— 


— 


300 


300 


300 


300 


0.1 


0.15 


■ticket 


3,500 


1,400 


71 


- 


— 


71 


71 


71 


71 


0.2 


1 


ZIlK 


52flOO 


:2ii00 


50 








66' 


66' 


66' 


66' 


0.2 


1 


E' \H5 ' 


1 




\nIhrBccne 


13.S00 


5,900 


40 


- 


1,120 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.0O5 


lcn/o{B| HnlhrBccne 


65 


27 


40 


- 


23 


27 


0.27 


65 


0.65 


0.33 


0.005 


JcnzD(HlpyrciK 


065 


0.027 


0.3 


— 


9 


0.QZ7 


0.027 1 0.065 


0.065 


0.33 


0.005 


lcnzDlb)flmnnlhciif 


65 


27 


40 


- 


64 


27 


0.27 


65 


0.65 


0.33 


0.005 


lcnzD|f.h ilpcijicnc 


1,400 


620 


40 


— 


19^00 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.005 


IcnzD{k)fliKirinlti? nc 


65 


27 


40 


- 


64 


27 


0.27 


65 


0.65 


0.33 


0.005 


ZhiyBcnc 


65 


27 


40 


— 


151 


7.7 


2.7 


65 


65 


0.33 


0.005 


DibciQ [ihl BnlhraccEi? 


01? 


7S 


40 


- 


— 


19 


0.19 


19 


0.19 


0.33 


0.005 


MuorHtilhciH 


1,900 


S20 


40 


~ 


1,160 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.005 


FluDfcnc 


l,GOO 


770 


40 


- 


220 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.005 


1 ndcim ( 1 ,2, J-cdJpyTcne 


65 


27 


40 


- 


— 


0.37 


0.27 


0£5 


0.65 


0.33 


0.005 


VspbiltiiJcnf 


1,100 


430 


40 


— 


140 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.005 


Phcnanlhirne 


1,400 


600 


40 


- 


410 


40 


40 


40 


40 


0.33 


0.005 


Pyicnc 


1,400 


620 


40 


'1 : ' 1 


40 


411 


40 


4IJ 


1 ;i 


0.0-15 


^IIRUES<;liclcdfDrb:achE:n«:ll>ECkaDupLr>rlCalrEai?' 


,0) TPHg Sounc Area 
|Arei A onlyl 


CI )FDS Pipeline 
ResiduaLs Alt* L |2j 
FD3 Pipeline ResHluaN 
.\ici3 


0)FDS Pipeline 
ResnluaLs .^ica 2. |2j 
BuLLding6?6 Area 
(.^ccCkSlbLe LocBlioreir, 
f 3) TPfJg Sduicc Ajc* 
fArci E onlyl 


Fha.',c2ArcBRLK 





Duambuw-rOOS 



Page Infl 



SuDintic] of SdII CkiiDiip l.cvrh 
Camiiik^r^v/PXSludj Ana 

FirsidiD uf 3 Bn Frain. isco, C allfDmli 

NdI[] 

' AppliiahlEi.k'aiiup bn c li leu TPET 0TEX , jhE MTBt re m piled TmiD TjbLc^ L 1.3 jndb ib Older Nd RT-aMJ-innO SBcCkaBip RciiULmBcHi , FmidD nf !■■ fsKDCD [E^QCfi . 

Applicnblc tkjiup Icict. luc mdjLt dmpikJ li\tm Tjtilc 1-2 iff he Ctinup Lcvcli DikuidciiI 4FKI 10021 

' A p pliiahlE it iDup Lcv( k Idj P ' Ki ^-hinpLlcil Vmm Tahki I 2 ihJ i■□OnJ(c^'l^ R2-2CJD1-1K1SD SilcCkjiuip RciriinmcH^ Pie^>J id i>l S jb Frj ocimiM RWC^CB 2aD!> Ri r p<l m Ioib- 
ruLjLcd PAKt jnil Tjblc 1-2 I cum Ik Clcjmip Lchtfc Di^LLiuKnl |P.K] 20021 iDr iioB-p<l m Ioib iEb4(d P^Hi Hculiic PAHt ji ibc S^Liilr Aiej unililhc dcmcil Idj pdiEikum dj oeib- 
pcln^kum ieIjLciI XHturcci fc g ill] DUKrul) I Ik Inmcti jppliLjhlc clEjruip Icich fw\rm ihcic Lii-h niLiiud twc %i\cciii\ a.' 4 Ik appLnibk [Icjnup k'«.k KirFAHi 
Tji^ [fFcaiLC clcumjp IcLch ibcd Fa riuuEcuyc jciiud (ibjilccl ) 

- IJBmlnilcd hid lac ivlk pnlcclnn of Crsiy Fcld FJadL h^HrriiiDllr L'l'^c^l alf H Humaa licnilh (RciidrilDLI (Z| E(o\ng\c3HBullcr Zowz'iutwilci EtahguMi PmlciitiiB Zi»;>; avd { J> G fdubiId/iIci FiHoIdb H Cnu^ pKldf^i lud above pnuHhuBlrrl 
Tkic ilcjDup l:v(h m jLI be used Riniil FUi iiiIijd Aiej A ihJ 4 he I50-Idl4 Bjn}] iTullcriiMK fjhLiLlci Ik \iej A pHhiiHhDHhElk TF}))^ ^miKC ^:ca) 

- llDrciLrn^cJ bul lim ^ilboil pcoicciiihD i FCriv.L PkU Maak nalcrqiulUr Low/c%\. dI( II Humjii h[jllklP(iiikiiiall;42| Eci^kif ital f BuFKr Zdbc); ijid | J) G niuBdwilcj FiHcUdb iI Cibij FKldf^i fOl abovr £iiiund\»arrF 
Tknc [Icnnup kvrh ivilt faruril EOriod PUt m Ibia \iej ^ jnd Hitidrollk ISd-bml mABk buFKr ec nc flncluiki FDS Flpcliic PniikDb Anai I a>d i] 

- RcUiKicd IjniluK 11 1 h piElcilLOB ulCiBir FjckJ Mjnh m jLcjif mIil: L4>w[h iTJI) HuBjn iKjIlk f Rcinjinhru I ) f?) Edk>f icjI f BuEIcj Zdhc/SjIIivjic r Etnli^i^KaL Pil'^^Iiub Znnc 1. jhI 1 JI GiiHiBd\-ia<r PhHcciidd U Cjhil FkIiI I<5 led ubn<c gjn\iai\waci% 
TkcK [Icjnup k\(L« m jII Ik itkcI InhciHhil PL's mlhjB \ni B jnil ^ ilbiii Ik J^-I'iol iDjr.KtiLilkc.onc ^inLluJd PDS PipclliK FcmiLijIi \icj 2. Accdi>L( Lncn^ii^v il 4Ik Duikliiif 62fh \icj jnil Lk Aicj D pinil>nn il IIk TPHj^ Scunc Amt 

- RcUcKicil l^nilunc iiihiuL picilcil eih DlCiBSf Field MjdIi ^ jic rifjj Lly: LdhcV nff I ) KiiiDjn kakb | R[liu:i4 ilmu L| 111 E<Hhlci)^KaL 4Biill( r Zunc k lad f J> GnjuhJm jLc r Fil'ci^ ■>■ jL Cieir FjchlfCi F«l Aovr pnitind^irrrl 
TkK [Icjnup khtt latj be used lir4lK Flim ? Am RUi jMuminf Lhc CiBir Field Mjch \r n\M [tpihJed inli 4 Ik trrj TKii del cnn uiil eih m jII he bjiIc in t-hriMillJl ri n m Ih ihc RWQCB. 

TFH us lUrLHhiliuc^ t n\-K\rw'DAiiin\ltw\l lojtiibihn dh)^ CZI-C}b 

In Ik [Ji( uEdkIjL^, iI I Ik hh.l:)^:mj nd cddic nl nl en |i7j Bcjtk'DuBC ijiid ii ^ iejic r I hj n 4 he bi^m ilnafcnL c\cunup Ici []. Ihn <k bac kpiLund ci nccHiBlia n applki ai Ik clcnnup 
|[i[] Sluecc: Tahk ~-2 fnthD- p^iDkum caiDpmihbr m Ik Clcjnip Lcicb DcqjidciiI lb.K\ 24HJ?^ 

Bi)f'k)^ - ID ill If la mi p( c lili^)^iDB 

MTBF- McLkj I L[n-lxjL> 1 14 Ik r 

P'Ki - ]^ol]ciLlh jn^iDJiK. h^dc^KDdKinn 

Abdnp iidKalu aigtt [fkttivc ckaaip Ieic limed lurcirmlLic jiIidd ^^^^| 

TI'H - Fi'jI pdP'liuni h^ 'I niLj ^|l^■ dh 

— - Ni tkDFuip Ichcl A\Dilahk 

EU - Remedial LiDi 



DcfUHfarrTODf 



Fagc^nrZ 



Tablr 4 

GrDundwalrr Clcanjp Le^eIe 

CDiDnbsirj/PX Swdy Arra 

PraLdn uC Sua FimicbiD, €^ ifarn la 



CimnLliEiil 


S'jIlnalEC 
Cleanup I.eilI 


Dcln^inf^ UalEC 
Cltanip Ltv(| 


ETfE^lL^ E C! TD u nd »alrr 
Cleanup I.E»cl 


QAPP AnaLjIlral 
hepDrl In^ 1. In Lis 


Laboralorj 
DflKllou l.lnll 


^rlrDlriiQ H ^dmcarbom and C am Llnr-rrlalrd VO€& | 




1 


rPHifrEJO.Lin.:(CrC,j' 


1 ,?HI 


770 


770 


50 


50 


rPHifrdKSL'liCi.-C,,)' 


2 1HI 


SSO 


BSO 


50 


50 


rPHaF^EncloiUC.i-Ci.j" 


23IC 


IJOO 


i?oo 


300 


ICC 


Jcmeic 


310 


I 


1 


01 


05 


rolDeic 


1,000 


ISO 


150 


005 


05 


illiyl brnjcnc 


4J 


700 


Jl 


03 


05 


XyLrie 


110 


l,7W 


110 


03 


05 


^BE 


4400 


13 


11 


.. 


05 


4f4alE 1 




1 


^isciic 


36 


10 


10 


2 




Zadnliin 


9.1 


5 


5 


1 




Zkmniin 


50 


50 


W 


2 




loppfr 


I 1 


IfOO 


i 1 


2 




.oil 


3 1 


15 


3 1 


1 




"Jickel 


32 


100 


3? 


2 




fiDC 


RL 


Sir*' 


El 


1 


111 


►AH'i 




1 


AilkiBcae 


~ 


770 


770 


10 


05 


Ic lu^^H |a ■ k lana ? 


— 


0.1 


01 


10 


01 


hniDlJiJpvKJi? 


— 


OJZ 


07 


10 


01 


Ic ■zi:^ b|ll wnaD 1 1] a ? 


— 


OJZ 


07 


10 


02 


3caiOls knilpciylcnc 


— 


IW 


150 


10 


07 


JcD^kjniDranr hru? 


— 


2 


2 


10 


01 


Z ki>!i? n? 


— 


?0 


20 


10 


01 


>kbr nz 4!Lb> aol tinuK nc 


-- 


-. 


.- 


10 


07 


"iHHBHkCH 


-- 


300 


HIO 


10 


04 


^Idqicbc 


-- 


300 


HIO 


10 


1 


ndcno) 1 2 J-cd Jpyicnc 


-- 


-. 


.- 


10 


0.14 


^aphihsleic 


-- 


300 


300 


10 


5 


^kcQiini lireie 


— 


7J0 


210 


10 


05 


*>rcic 


-- 


?in 


?tn 


in 


0? 



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Table 5 A 

Sumnary oTSotl tCemedial Unlls (Scenario I - Leser I m pad Scenario) 

Com niteaar>7P\Sludy Area 

Pm&idia of San FiBni: Lvco , CBlifDrniH 



SnkI Remedial UdIIs 










trocs' 


hi'plh 


SolL Access 


Surface f"i'er \ 


F.^lmaled Pulal Volume 

for Acceslble l.oca lions 

{cubic vardsf 


Esllmaled 'Polal Vnlume 

fOr Less Accessible 

l.ocallons 

{cubic >ards) 


TPH 


P\Hs 


lo 3 fee 1 


3 lo 10 leel 


Accessible 


i.Q-s Accessible' 


Slab / Paved 


Grasv 




Phaw 1 
Area 


Phase 2 
Area 


Phase 1 
Area 


Pbase2 
Area 












1 






Sue 15 ArcH 


~ 


L81S 


~ 


~ 


g^l,fii 


X 


d, fa, PAHfi 


g, d, fo, FAHs 


X 




X 




FDS FipcLinc Area 


~ 


1,449 


~ 


— 


d.(o 


X 


d, fa, PAHfi 


fo, PAHfi 


X 




X 




Fi|xL]iic A ArcH 1 


~ 


403 


~ 


~ 


S fo 


X 


g. fo, PAHs 


fo 


X 






X 


PipcLiiic A ArcH2 


~ 


308 


~ 


~ 


fo 


X 


fo, PAHs 


FAHfi 


X 






X 


BujLdjn^ 6 L3 Arei 


— 


1,726 


— 


— 


P,d,fo 


X 


fo, PAHfi 


g, d, fo, FAHs 


X 




X 


X 


rPHg Source Area 


35S3 


— 


~ 


— 


g.fc 


X 


fo, PAHfi 


g.fo,PAH5 


X 




X 




Building 6 19 Ait» 


— 


— 


— 


5S3 


fo 






fo 




X' 


X 




Building 6 ZS Aici I 


— 


29 J 


— 


113 


g-d.h 




g- >i- lo 


fo 


X 


X^ 


X 


X 


Building 628 ATei 2 


— 


175 


1 


— 


d.fo 


X 


d, fo, PAHs 


fb 


X 




X 




Building 626 Aiti 


164 


171 


— 


514 


s- •^- fi 


X 


g.d.fa.PAUi 


d.fo, FAHi 


X 


X' 


X 


X 


FDS Pipeline Residuik Area 1 


87 








benzene 




E, to. benzene 




X 






X 


FDS Piptlinc Residua I? Area 2 


50 


— 


~ 


— 


fa 




Td 




X 




X 




FDS FiikIjuc Rcsiduak Ait» .'/AST6?4 Area 


172 


— 


— 


— 


Ed 




- d 




X 






X 


rOPAL 


-l^»S6 


'.^^-I^ 


II 


1,210 



















Noica 

Only pctEO leum-n;lil[;d CCX7e are lifili^d. MeEaLk ace also COC& fDifill malenal al ihefiite. 
> 
SdiI in \-css A[:ecfifiLble LocalionE lie under exifilmg building i^lab 

Underlies Building 610, 1 he Fo rmer Co m m ifiik a ry, i: urienlly oec upied by n;lail Facility . 
AST - above ground Moragc lank 
COCii- Conlaminanls ofCnncrrn 
d-TPH isdicsel fuel 
FDS - Furl Diilribulion Syblem 
fo -TPH as fuel oil 
g-TPH ifiga'vohnc 

PAHfi - Folyeyelic aiomilLi: hydmcarbDnfi 
TPH - TdIiI petroleum hyil coe arbo nfi (afi gautltne, as diesel Fuel, and a\ fuel oil) 



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TabEe 5P 

SummHryof Soil Remedial Unlls iScenarto IL - Greater Im pad Scenario) 

Com mlsary/PXSIudy Area 

Pic&id LD of Sin FiBiKifiCD, CBLromiB 



Soil Reiuedkal UdUs 










COCs' 


Dtplh 


Soil Access 


Surface Cover 


Kfllmaled Tolal 

Volume for 

Acceslble L.Dcalloiis 


Kslmaled Polal 

Volume for Lers 

Aeceslble Lnxalkim 


rPH 


PAHs 


II Id 3 reel 


3 Id 10 reel 


Accessible 


Les Accessible" 


Slab / Paied 


i^>rass 




Phase 1 
Area 


Phase 2 
Area 


Pharfe I 
Area 


Phase 2 
Area 


















TcnlrHlRU iSilc JS.BldE 6L3.TFHg Souicc.FDS Fipctmc) 


3.S40 


14,462 


— 


374 


S,dio 


X 


d. fa, PAHs 


g,d,fii,PAHi 


X 


X 


X 


X 


PircL™: A Arm 1 


— 


2,256 


— 


— 


E,fo 


X 


^.fo,PAHs 


fe. 


X 




X 


X 


Pirclint A ArcH 2 





147 





53 


Td 


X 


fei.FAHfi 


PAHfi 


X 


X' 


X 


X 


3iiililinp619 Area 











9,39B 


fo 






fe. 




X' 


X 




BLiili]ing62B Area 1 


— 


— 


— 


306 


E^d,fo 




g- d, fo 


fe. 


X 


X' 


X 


X 


Buildinp62B Area2 


— 


637 


— 


— 


d, fe. 


X 


d, fa, PAHs 


fe. 


X 




X 




Buildinp 626 Area 





1,331 





498 


E,d.fo 


X 


E.d,fii,PAH5 


d,fii,PAHi 


X 


X' 


X 


X 


FDS E'lpclcneRc'Liduah Area 1 


87 








g.d, fo, 
benzene 




g, d, io. bcnzcni; 




X 






X 


FDS Pipeline Rciduals Area 2 


50 


— 


— 


— 


io 




lb 




X 




X 




FDS Pincliue Residuals Area 3/AST 634 ArcB 


172 


~ 


- 


~ 


S.d.fo 




p. d. fn 




X 






X 


TOrAE. 


4,149 


LSJ(33 


II 


lll.ii29 


' 








\ 







Nolea 

Only ^liolcuin- re] aleti COCs are Lizled. Mi^lala an; iE&d COCs (□ r HI I malcrial aL iheskle. 

SotI in 'Less A[:cebEi b li; " Ldc alio its Le under i;^ isEj ng building all b 

Underlies BujLdjng 6 LO, I he Fe imer Ca m m i&iary, [:un[;nlky oeeupied by rcLid facjLily. 
AST - above | re. und slorage lank 
COC s - C o n lim m a nis of C o ne e rn 
d-TFH as dieiid fuel 
FDS - Fuel DizlribuUDn Sv'slem 
fo-TPH asfuele.il 
g-TPH as gasoline 

PAHs - Palycyclic aramalic hydroeirbons 
TPH - TolaL jiclroleuin biydroe arbo ns (as gasolini;, asdiebiJ fuel, ind as fuel oil) 



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Table H 

Screening of /ii Situ Suitl^echnologits 

Commi^ary/PX Sindy Area 

Picsidio of San Friinciscn^ California 



T*chnolo(^v 


Description 


LiTtK-'tlvtiiess ly> Coimnissary/P\' 


Screening 




BioreiiifdijiliiMi 




Biosparging" 


■ UmIjzca indjgcjiou^ ii'ucrGCirganL&iii& 
Id bjcidcgradc org[imc CDn&liliiciiL& in 
Ihc aaluralcd zone. 

■ Used Ic reduce conccniralions of 
pclrolcum CDJi^jlucnLa ihal arc 
dissolved in groundwalcr, iidsorbed Id 
soil below ihe U'Glcr labJc, and U'ilhin 
ihc capillary liingc. 


■ Primanlv jddre^aca groundwater and 
saluraled soil CDnfanilna(ion; "escess^' 
air rises into the iinsat orated zone soil 
for additional remediation. 

■ Method is approprlale lo remediate 
saluraled zone :«il conlaminatjon at 
Commis^jry/PX Sludy Area. Purpose 
\s lo targcl smear zone. 


■ Efleclivc: Yes (Moderalc 

- High). 

■ ImplenientabJc: Yes. 

■ Cost: Moderate lo High. 

■ Techmihgy is retained for 

tnjthes evahmlioii in 
aUeiTssilives. 




BiovcnlJng' 


■ Ulilizrs indigenous microorganisms 

Id bjodcgradr organic const] lucnls 
absorbed lo ^ils in ihe unsaluraled 
zone. Air injection wells iur insliilled 
by standard well-drjlling method', 
iverlical, angled. or honzonlal). 

■ The increased supply of osvgcn (as 
air) serves lo acceleiafc the rate of 
nalurally occurcing aerobic 
contanunani biodegradalion. 


■ Mclhod is appmprrale to remediate soil 
conlamination al LTommissary/PX Sludy 
Area. 

■ Low-profile, low-lech equipmenl. 

■ Pa\cmcnt/building "cap" assists ]n 
lateral spreading of injected air. 

■ Elfeclive al degrading TPH and PAHs^ 
will conliuLic lo degrade even low 
concentraMons of COCs. 

■ Implemcntable wilh minimal 
disturbance lo bmlding occupants. 

■ Does nol require handling of chemicals. 

■ Can be momlored (soil gas sampling^ 
during ^yslemoperalion, pnor lo 
cnnlirmiition fsoilj sampling. 


• Effective: Yes (High)'. 

■ Iniplemenlable: Yes; may 
have some challenges wilh 
horizonlal drilling beneath 

buildings due to closely 
spaced foundation pile^h. 

■ Cost: Moderate lo High. 

■ Technohgy in raaiiisd jf 

pitiSiei evohiislioii in 
aUemciliven. 





Silc-s^cillt: CD nsidcTDliDitB imzludc «' idc ly -> a rj' i ng sd 1 1 perm c j b il il ic£ ( 1.7 IxlQ" Id 3 6 hlD"' cutis) . rclHlncIv low ^dh li mi ni nl cane cnlral ions, rclalivcly high 
eirbon canlcnl Tiip la ^OiQOO m^/kg TOCV ic cciisi b i li Iv , Huphsll pivcmcnl nr building "^cip' bced'^ mosl qI" ihcsilc, b ii i Id i ng dci: u pi nizy and cisc. naluTcof 
con I B m I n mis (PAHb inil liciv^ TPH J. ibscnccafdclccEcd im pacts lo g ro u ndik i Icr. and shallow g con nd^ a Ecrl able, 
" EPA. 2004. Wcbailc: CLU-iN— E'civ^f'Uii'^/Bk'SfO'^m^ hi ip //* i* w jI u-in o rg/lcc hfoc us . .-Screwed 7/?3/04. 

If I EcchELDlogy tiiE I he polcnlJi] [□ be crfcclivc al ihc Co m m lsili c^ /P X Si 1c, h'e an lie i piled degree of cfTee nvcne-h^ ( Madera le ^s High) is a fUncEion of Ehc 
leeJinaingv's Hbilily Id Tcduce ihcCCDCs lo I he preikCcibed CIcinupLe^'els and ihc ce<|uiced prceismn needed la affeel ail ihe conliminilian pjc&eni in in RU. 



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Table 6 

Screening of /ii Situ Suit Techno Logits 

Commi^ary/PX Sludy Area 

Picsidio of San Friinciscn^ California 



TtchnoloEj 


DescripJioQ 


ILiTtK-'tivtiiess @ Coimnissary/PX' 


Screening 




Enhanced 
Biorcnicdialion (ORC ] 


■ Uses o>[ygcn-rclca&ing piodncL lo 
limc-rclcasc oxygen jnlo ihc 
subwirfacc \\a ^i[ bonnga. The 
increased supply of oxygen serves lo 
accelerate ihc rale of nalurally 
occurring aerobic conlaminanl 
biodcgradatioji. 


■ Mclhod IS appropriale lo remediale soil 
com ami nation al Commissary/PX Sludy 
Area. 

■ Uses standard diilbng equipment. 

■ Effeclivc al dcgnding 1 HH and PAHs; 
yields diminishing rcsulls v--'nh lower 
COC conccniralions. 

■ Relies on chemical mjeclion under 
pressure to oblain adequale disliibuliDn 
in ihc subsurface. 


■ Effeclivc; Yes (Modenle). | 

■ Implement able; Yes. 

■ Cosi; Moderate lo Higii. 

■ Technohgy in retained U'l 

tiiJthcj tr\-a!iitilioti in 




Sparging £. Eviraclion 




Ait Sparging' 


■ Siralcgically placed air injcclion wells 
arc posilioncd in ihc saluratcd and 
unsaliiraled zone^ and connected lo a 
blower, Ahich supplies comprcsaed 
air lo the subsurface zone of jmpacl. 

■ Air bubbles from sparging well 
volatilize conlanujianls in [he 
iaiuraled zone. 

■ Vapor exlraclion syilcm (SVEt 
removes sparged conlaminanls fjDm 
ihc un'sjlurjled zone. 


■ Mclhod is not appropriale for 

Commissary/PX Sludy Area due lo 
absence of iighler (more \olaliIc) 
pctniieum producls. 

■ Pnmanlv addresses CDnlaminaUon in 
the saluralcd zone; may conlnbule lo 
UDJ^aturated zone soil remcdialion. 


■ Effeclivc: No. 

■ Technofogy is iiol retaiuitl 
fof pirlSici cvahiiihon in 
alteni€itives. 





Pc^cnciii. !?003. Oxygen Reieisie Ctifpaaitd Oveiview. Oclabci 10, 

' EPA,2{HH. WclHilcT CLU-iN-AirSpofitii'e: h I lp:^^ivww jjii -i n.n Eg^lcc hfnc us , Accessed 7JZ3J04. 



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Table 6 

Screening of /ii Situ Suit Techno Logits 

Commi^ary/PX Sludy Area 

Picsidio of Sbin Franciscn^ California 



TtchnoloEj 


DeacripJioii 


ILiTtK-'tivtiiess @ Coimnissary/PX' 


Screening 




Ozone Sparging 


■ A chf nucjl o\jdaLLon syslcm ihal J3 
applied by LnJccCing ozone gas inlo 
ihc ^[lEiiralcd zone. Ozone serves as a 
chemieal o:(Jdanl Id degrade 
conlaminanls. Appropriale for 
concaminalion in bolh the saluraled 
and unsaluraled zonc^. 


■ Mclhod IS appropriale lo remedialc soil 
com ami nation al Comnussaiy/PX Sludy 
Area. However, remedial sywem [i.e., 
cqnipmenl. piping, injection pointsj 
would remain in place for a period of 
lime (n»nlhs) unlil cffcclivcness is 
achieved, whereas other technologies 
require only a brief application pertod 
(days). 


■ Effeclive; Yes (Modenic). 

■ Implement able: Yes. 

■ Cosi: High. 

■ Technohgy in raaiiicd U'l 

fiiJihcj Lvahitilioii in 




Soil Vapor E:(lnicTion 
fSVE) 


' Volatile ccnsliluenls absoibcd Id sdDs 
in unsaluraled zone arc volalilizcd by 
applying a vacuum Rcsulling vapors 
aie c^rractcd for IrcalmenL 


■ Melhod IS nol appropriale for 

Coiniriissary/PX Study Area due <o 
absence of hghter (more volatile) 
pelroleum products; melhod is nol 
1 effective for heavier TPH fractions. 

■ Presence of shallow groundwalcr lahle 
could result in mounding and lateral 
spreading of conlaminanls. 


■ Effective: No. 

■ Techiiofogy in nol relaijiei/ 

foTfurlliet cvahiiilion m 




Cheniicnl Oxidnlion 




Hvdiogcn Pciosidc 


■ A praccss usjng hydrogen pcioside 
and achclaled ironcalalvjil Id 
produce hydropcro>Lide anion and 
SLipcroiiide hydrogen pcioside. Due 

Id highly rcacEive naluTC of niiJiliur 
peroxide and calaJysl aic injected in 
IWD scparale phases. 


■ Method may be appropriale lo 
remediate soil com ami nation al 

Coimnissary/PX Sludy Area. 

■ Requires specialized equipment. 

■ Effeclive al degrading TPH and PAHs; 
yields diminishing results wilh lower 
COC concern rat ions. 


■ Effeclive; Yes (Moderale). 

■ Implemenlable: Yes; ma> 
be piobiematic due to soil 
sterilization and if 

brcakthnziugh and heave is 
excessive. 

■ Cosi: High. 





KVA. 2004. Fe't<zt?ni' Chemical Oxidalit?'i Sys'ei/r. hllpi/'www.^va-cqulpmcnT.cDin .^ccc^^icd 7/23/04 

EPA.20W. Wcteilc CLU-ZN- Soil Vai/or Exlracliof. hup //*!*« clu-in QcgAcchfoc us ; Ace cfacd 7/23/04. 

BioL^n, 2003. in SHu Ciientical Oxidaiiun- Perfoniranci; Praclice, anil Pitfall f. pi pc r proic riled il Air Force C c nicr fo r E nvini nm c nlit Excellence |AFCEE| 

TcdukoSogy Trnnsfcr Works ho p, 25 FchruBry. 



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Tnble A 

Screening of /ii Sifii SDitl'echnDlogies 

Cftnimi^ary/PX Sludy Ai-ea 

Presidio ol San Frimcisco, California 



Technology 


DeacripJioii 


Effectiveness @ Comniissary/P\' 


Screen iti^ 




■ Rciicis 'j'iih ihc carbon iii ihc soil 
making biodcgr[idalion no longer 
pos'vible. 

■ Due lo Ihc exolhcrmic nalurc of Ihe 
rc;iclLon. high <>3nccnlLalions of 
rcagcnl can rcsull in \iolcnl 
subsLirfiicc reactions^ somclimes 
adversely affecling pavcmeni 

and biuldings. 

■ Specialized equipmcnl is requrcd for 
■ he application of lhi& reageni lo ihe 
SLibsLufacc (e.g.^ slainlcss sleel 
componenls^ high- pressure 

equip mcnl). 


■ Relies on chemical injection under 
pressure lo obtain adequale dislcibnlion 
111 the subsurface. 

■ Near-iiistanlaneous reaclioni chemical 
docs not pcrsisl in the environment for 
conlinned remedialion. 

■ High-carbon (TOCt soils increase 
qnanlily of reageni required lo affect 
remedjation. 

■ Violeni reaclion may damage pavement^ 
underground ulilillcs^ or building 
fouitdalions. 


■ Ti^chtiohgy in tiol rauiiieii 
foj f/uiSiei cvahiislion in 
afti^intitives. 


Sodjum Pcisulfalc 


■ A proceis using nkJujui pcrsnlfale 
ftilh an iron ciilaly&l lo produce 
sulfate radicals uhich arc more slablc 
ihan hydroxyl radicals. Persulfale and 
calalysl arc mi^cd in a lank artd 
injected Inlo ibe subsurface in a single 
phase. 

■ Applied using conventional [e.g.^ 
direct-push) dcilbng technology. 


■ Method IS appropriate lo remediale soil 
conlaminalion at Commisaarj'/PX Study 
Area. 

■ Effective ai dcgriidlng TPH and PAHs^ 
yields diminishing resulls iMlh lower 
COC concent ral ions. 

■ Relies on chemical injection under 
piessure for jniliiil dislribution in ihe 
subsurface. 

■ Relalivcly slower reaclion' does nol 
leact wilh soil carbon^ chemical persis[s 

1 In ihe cnvironinenl for continued 
lemedjation. 

■ Slower reaction poses less risk lo 
pavement, underground uliliUes, oi 
bujklmg foundations 


■ Effeclive: Yes [Moderate 

-High) 

■ Emplemenlable; Yes. 

■ Cost: High. 

■ Tcchiiofugy 15 retained for 
fiiTlher evahKilior in 
aHetJuilifes. 



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Tabic 7 A 

Evaluation or \lleriiallvfsSiiinmar^> 

Aiterslblc Ixiiallim^ 

ConiinlaarjVPX Sludy Area 

Frcvidio of San F^BIlCls^:o Cjliloriua 



F 



Allernallvf I 



^Ilei'nalhe2 



VIliTDallve -I 



rVii \illon rill Soil and l^rtmnd^^aler 
(Includlni^ VbandonmenI oD^roundMaler 
Monllorlnc W'ensf 



Capping S<il] nllh Land Uw Cunlrolsand 
(iroundMalei Mimllorin].' 



Soil y.M'avnIton nnd <>ff-s1le l>lrfp4is;Ll, Capping 
and Land Use Cimlrols, and l^iiiund^^aler 
Monllorlnf 



Objerlhc 



riiE objE^livt of ill II illEiaali^E \5 la [irci^idi pa 
■ddiliDnil CDHIrcil or pialtEliaii la kjriaii litillli oi 
ibrtn^ijaDniEalfacEGDlaiiiiiiiliDr iIiiIc^i&Ie iii 
jIie iat] al llic CDinni&&ir^/PX Study Atei. 



The objcelivcDf ihis allcmHLivc is Id mamlain 

existing BS[ihall ind CDncrcIc cover over I bic 'vJicsuil 
rcmcdiBl unils (RIJiv). pliccsail c»[tv over 
unEDVcrEiil RUs lo isolalc ihcconlBniinBlcd ivDiI fEom 
human cipaivurc, mo n ilar g ro und iv alcr fo r po Ic nl i » I 
impicls due la ED 1 1 CDUIimjuilian, ind iinpFcmcnl a 
Lind Cfsc Conlrol (LUCl lo sifcguard ihc ztp lud 
ECkl EJc I li I IE a nd gro uud n alE r u!<i^\. 



Tbc dIijc^Ilvc (iFlliih illEriiili^E ie laEordjcllhc 
^DJEE^Iivt i^lioQ I a livEi pliiita. UndEiPliaEC ], 
ihc EDllowinf via J Id I>e ^Duduclcd (!) eieiviIe 
ird rEuiDv^aoil EDrlamiailiDr williir iIie PIiiec I 
/^mi. (?J imiikiTitiil I! LUC iat Alii B paEliDni 
af lliE Phi^E I a ad ? A It IE Id niirliiD 
^DHIiiaircDl of ^Dn Hit ID I ltd iat] bcicalli 
tijil[a| EipE (eg , pivcirtnl) pjtvtul 
uirtLln^lEd hJit U5CS, ind jeeIeicI jsc gE 
IrDuadn'alErab ]dEiahia| n'llEr&jpply, and (3j 
iDDnilaEgjajrdMilcr. UndEi PkaEE 1.5o\[ 
^Dnlair Jinljor ivjiliir iIie PkaEC? Area ivould hE 
rEuiDvtd, eDniiEltnl n'llb lulurE eiIc jses Soil 
CDrliniiDiliDr ind i^ieIe milcEiilE EEUiDvcd from 
ikc Eilc WDuld bEdi&[iDEcd aff-bilc a I a pcrir illcd 
rEEpEliig aad^aEdii|iD^]l Ea^jLjIy, i^ appEDpnilc. 



CAP CHITEHEA 



l> Technical Eirecllvfnes^ 

ThiE allcEHilivE would noL bE able Id addrc^E I he 
area oe voIuhies nf unpaclEd tiolI rcqujEJng 
icmcdj alLDU There nouki be no jmpicis lo tinman 
hEillh and ihi; cuv iro nmcul du ring 
im pIcmE n I B I iDU There arc no lang-leim lE[:hnical 
lEliabjIjly isbutE. 



ThiE allcrnilivE; LEnoli:aiiEidcEcdErfEclivcfDrlhe 

PhaivC L Area, bEciuEE co nl i m i uilio n wauld bE lEfl 
m-pLacc ■^Jlhin an EcalagicalLy scheiIivc lEca i^liich 
poses a ihEcal lo ihcCri'v'vy FjEld Marnli This 
allcEnaUvc is co usidcrcd cffcclivc for ihc Phase 2 
AiEB kf ihccap' arc maiulaincd, an LUC impoEcd, 
and gEDundwalcE monjIorLug couduclcd PolcnUa] 
advEJSc impact Id human hcallh and ihc 
cnvironmcnl duiing i mpl e mcnl alion [:auld be rcadiLy 
miligalcd using ElandaEdconslruclion prBcliccE |c.g , 
dusi cpnlrol during EicBvalJcn) The long-lcrm 



This allemalivc is able lo addicES ihe cnlirc area 

and volume of imparled 'vDjL rEquiring 
EcmcdialiDU PolEulial advEisc impaclik la human 
hrallh and ihe e n vi re ninE n I during 
implEmenlBliDU could be readily mjligaled using 
s I a nd a Ed Eo nsl rue lie n pracliceE Te.g ,di]El conlroE 
during exEavBliDul Exeavalion and Drf-ivile 
diifCvaL has a proven hislory wilh reEpECI la ihc 
lypEE of chemicals al lhi£ eeIe. 



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Tabic 7 A 

Evaluation or \lleriiallvfsSiiinmar^> 

\icerfilblc Ixiiallims' 

ConiinlaarjVPX Sludy Area 

Frcvidio of San F^BIlCls^:o Caliloriua 



Allernallvf I 



Akemallvf 2 



VIliTDallve -I 



icliBbilily of iBpping it] I Inn I he Fhaic 1 Area i^ 
Bccc [liable "'[ih reaped Id I he lypc^ of c hemic ali al 
ihjsMle. provided ihccap is propcFly comliucted ind 

nil inl^ned. 



2| 1 m piemen la bllllj' 



This a]lcmali''c js unlikely lo ablBiu appcava]!! 
frain re^ulalary agcneicv. This Icchnolagy docs 
no I require iny IreBlmenl^sloragc, and disposal 
facililics (TSDFsl The cijuipmeiH, malcriils, and 
skilled ivDrkcrv foe ibie abandDnmcnlDfiiiDniloriiig 
wel^a lie icidiJy available 



Thj!i allemilivc is unlikely Id oblain approials from 
rcguLalorv agenciei for I he Phase I Area. Far ihe 
Fhaive 2 ArcB,lhisallemBlne mayablBin ipprovals 
fcom regulatory BgenciCv. Apprapnale TSDpiv for 
off-si Ic d ispon al of cxeavBlcd \ioi iic iviilabJc. The 
equj pmcul , malcnils, ind skilled workent for 
cxeavalion and off-sile dii^pcvil of impBcled sdjI and 
ei|ipiii^i>f ihc sile arc readily j\ ailible. 



This illcmalive uould likelv Qblain appiiivals 
from rcgulilDjy agcneicv. Apprapnale TSDF' 
for off-'vilcdisixjsiLaf excavalcd zoil arc 
available. Ttie equipment maleriak, and skilled 
workers For excivalion andaFr-silediapoiial of 
im pie led 9»i I ire readily ivaiTable. 



3) Cosl-lLffeclheness 



This illernalive, im piemen led for bolh Lei^s 
Aeeen^ible ind Aeeeivsible Lae a lio nik af I bie ivoil 
RIJiv, IT, e'vlimiled lo cosi S6 j,000 Allhaugh 
relilively Loivcof I, ihii remedy provides ver\ lillle 
proleelion Id human heillh ind I he environmenl. 



This aLlernalive, implemcnied for bolhLeTm 
Aeee^ivible and Aect^ivibLe Localionivof ihesoiL RUs, 
isesliniiled lo eoiil IK^flO^OOD (including opcralion 
and m a i n leu ane e [0£M| eosl^l. This allernilive is 
lower in cos I bul does no I provide ihcsame level of 
proleelion lo human heallh and ihe envirDnmenl as 
Allcmilne 4 



This illem alive, implemcnied for onlv ihc 
Acecviviblc LoeilionsoFlhe soil RUs. is Cvlimaled 
loco'vl 12.601,000 (incLudingOaM cosi'vf Thi'v 
allemalivc providcv i grcaler level of proleclion 
lo humin heallh and ihe en i' l ro nm e nl ihan 
AlJemaUve 2. 



SUMMARY OF ICVAl.UATFON CRIl FHIA 



AllernallvebfNDlRecHjiuini'Dded. COC 

eoneenlralLDn!! in !ioil may be gn;aler ihin 

applicable cicinup levels and mav po^ie 
uniceeplable risks lu hum in heallh and ihc 
cnvironmcnlL 



A]terimliv« is Not REComm«nded. 
Alternative is unlikely lo be proteclive of 

the environ LTienl nor acceplabie lo RWQCB 
^nd DTSC forthePh^se 1 Area. This 
^ilerniitive is protective of hirniiin health and 



Akeriilh f Is Recur nerd fd as Ihe P referred 
Remedy for A (feasible Loralkons of Ihe Soil 
RUs. 1t\ii illtmilive ivDuld provide lorllir 
eirirup lad lDr°-lDJin marigrinriii oi 
eDniiiniaalrdinil ll repjeEciil& llie bcEl bah ace 
hrlMren cr,"^' uncrrliiniv eDiiecrnin? fuliirr land 



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Tabic 7 A 

Evaluation or \lleriiallvfsSiiinmar^> 

\icerfilblc Ixiiallims' 

ConiinlaarjVPX Sludy Area 

Frcvidio of San F^BIlCls^:o Caliloriua 



Allernallvf 1 


Allemallvf 2 


AliiTDailvf A 




[he en VI roil men! lor the Phase 2 Aie^ and 
may be acceplable To RWQCB and DTSC; 
however, il does not provide the same level 
of piotection To human heallh and Ihe 
environment nor offers flexibilily associaled 
with fulure land urf^ as Allemalive 4. 


usEh, ird u\icLi\i\i\\y Jtlalcd Lo llic Eiltrl aad 
volume of CDHIirrjrilJDHjriDjI illlicult. Tkc 
illccmlLvt EiprolEclivcolliumir licallli,iaf[lp, 
ird lilt civjcDDiTiDal. TIie LITC ivjII piatidE 
lDii|-ICEin [irolEclKiaEDJ^EialiiririliDH rEiDiinirf 
in-pliEtihDvcclcimpki'clb Tlic pliiEcil 
tKavilioa AilLuiiaiiikiJE dibUrbirEE of 
^nllurallv ecieiIive ieIjIicI^ pDltDlijIly prc&tnl ia 

ihc lubEDjflEE l\lK lIlCEllU'C oUciB i]ntb \\\lj 

villi Ecspc^l 1(1 lilt III III TE cipimiDH aElkc CEi&iy 
Field MiieIi ird mirjirizEh edeIi lEiDEiiltd wilk 
iEiilt>^]valiaii jrlil idElEimjajliaa iiuiadE 
rE°irdiii| fjluEE Ijad uec 



A [WD-fOcI Ihich fti 1 1 c ap ivould be pineal in Ihc lajKbi: aprd are is aflrr a Iwo-laol Ihich 1 aycr of soil has bffncicaviled. The cm: Hvalnl :«i 1 1 would br dispciel dE olE-'kirr al a [icmilllcd 
dmjxKiJ ficiltly. 



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'['able 7B 

EvalualtoD of A llernalli'e^ Summary 

Leas Accesstble (."callons 

CommtesaryPX Sludj' Area 

FtcsJilIlo of Sun Fr»^^.]^^.o Cjlifoiniii 



Mlernallie 1 


UUTDalhe i 


MltrGallie3 


Mlcriialhe4 


^ — . _^ 

No AftloD for Soltand GroBBtl water 


Capptnc Soil aod Ijiati Use 


In SIlB Soil ReaaedlalLoii Biid Land 


SollEvcavallonaod Off-site 




Conlrols' 


Use CoDlrols: ' 


Dtiposal nllh Capplnjiaod Land 






* Ovj^D Release Producl Injection 


Use Loalrols' 






• Blovenllncand Blospai^ln]^ 








• O/oneSparLilnf 








• Sodium J^ersul^le Jnjfcllon 




Objecllte 








ThcabjccUvc of lh\'> b Lie rni live is lo 


Tbeobji^eliveDf ibis allemalive ivDuld 


Ibe dbjEclivcol 1I11& allermlivc a Id 


Tbe objeclive of ill is i lie mi live k lo 


provide no idd i lio ni L eo nl ro 1 oc 


be lo mainlain em^lingeovcr (Building 


idd Dipgcii la llie ediI Id [uairalc 


reiro'E pElrolejin-rcliled boil 


pcDlocliau Id humBn hcallh orlho 


6 1(F) over ihe ivile soil remedial unils 


tiDiemeiliiiiDr or lo idd Diidizing 


EerlaiuiiiiiiDr iid diEpoie ofiviMe 


cnv 1 ro nmoul fo c co nlain i n a lio n ibiil 


(RUs) lo ISO 1 ale ihe conlaminalcd zoil 


[bDiuicilsiD rca^l i^illi llie 


m ileriak off-iilE il a pErir illed 


CXI&I& in lhc£Dil il ihi; Co m m i&& ary/PX 


from bum in exposure ind implement a 


roDlainiaaiilb. TIie biorcini;ilialiDD oi 


recvelml aad^er di&poEjl firililp, n 


Sludy Area. 


land uzeeDuliDl (LUC| losafeguard 


Diidiiiaii AGuld dericaiE [lelrDkiiin- 


i|i[iropriile Aa LUC would be 




ibeeap and iCklciel bile useik. 


rclilcd coalim miliaii bclod' [Icaajp 


iiuplcirerlEd lo prokibil JDieElrieled 






levels. An LUC would be 


meollbcsile and majiiliiii&eilcovEi 






iirplemeDlEd Id [irokibil jncblcielEd 


lor eonlaiuiiijalE iiEoeiiled iviili fill 






DECdllliE Eiic md lUllHiliaiOll^O^EJ 


m lie rill ihn luiy rEiuiiii ii-plice 






lor CO nil ID 111 a lb mociiled ivilli fill 


mideriieilb ike building 






m lie rill lliil luiy rem Jir ii-plicc 








undcriicalli ibE bjildir° 




CAPCHnFREA 


1| TerhDlral ErTfcltvenes 








Thj!i allcrnilivo ivauld nol bo able Id 


Tbis allernalivc is able lo address ibc 


Tbis allernalive is able lo address ihe 


Tbis allernalive is able lo iddres'; ihe 


addcoi^'v ihc area or volumes of 


enlire area and volume of imparled 


enlire lEea and volume ofimpaeled 


enlire area and volume of impacled 


1 mpac led so il rcquiciug ccmcdj al idu 


sa\\ requiring remedialion TKcre 


boil lequtTing EemediHlion. In order lo 


boil requiring re medial ion Polenlial 


There would be no Lmpaclz Id human 


would be no luipaol'v lo humau heallh 


reaeh ihe s In nge nl s al Iw a ler ecological 


adverse impaclb lo buman heallb and 


heal lb and iKc euv iro nmeu 1 du ring 


and ibeenvironuieul during 


cleanup levels, mulliple apphcalions or 


ihe eui'ironmeul during. 


1 m pleme n 1 a 1 IDU Tbere are no long- 


impkmenlalLon The long-lenn 


longer operalLug periods maybe 


implemeulalioneould be readily 


Icini lrclinLi:il reliibililv issur^i 


lehabilily ofcapping is acoeplable 


required Polenlial adverse impaclb lo 


miligaled ubing blaudard coublruclion 




wuh res peel lo ibe lypcs of chemicals 


humau heallh and ihe euvironiuenl 


pracliceb |e.g ,dusl conlrol during 




al ibis s Lie, provided ihe eap ib 


during implemeulalioneould be 


excavBlion) Exe aval ion and off-bile 




maiulained 


readily miligaled Ce g , wearing 


disposal has a proven bislorv wilh 






rcr>oiial |iroleeli'e eqiiipmenl |PPE|) 


respecl lo ihe Ivpes ol elieiuieBl- bI I hi- 



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'['able 7B 

EvalualtoD of A llernalli'e^ Summary 

Leas Accesstble (."callons 

CommtesaryPX Sludj' Area 

FrcsinlLO of Sun Fr»^^.]^^;o California 



Mlernall^e 1 UUTnalhe i 


\lltrGallve3 


Mlcriialhe4 






The long-lerm reljibililv of the it silf 
IrealmenI lechnolagies \'> idequile 
wilh respecl la ihe pelroleum 
conlaminaled 'oil al ihi'i ivJle, bs 
IrealmenI is b permanent so I uI ion, 
pravidr;d all ihe peira 1 r; u m-reJ alr;d 
canlimjniljon ein be reached during 
IrealmenI 


bile. There are no long-lerm lechnieil 
reliability issues. 


2| 1 m piemen la bllllj' 

This allcTnaltvc is unlikely lo ablain 

appro vbLiv from rcgulilory agencies. 
This Ice hnp logy docs nol require any 
Ireilmeul, 'vIorHgc. and di^juba] 
facLlLUes iTSDF^l The cquipincnf, 
milerial:^ and iikilLed workern For ihe 
abandonmenl o f mo ni Ian ng weLl^ are 
readily availible 


This ill[;rnalive would lihi^ly oblajn 
approvils from regulilary agencic^i if 
ihe Criss^ Field Marsh j^ nal eipinded 
inia ihe tta. The u>i 1 c ap requi red by 

ihis allemalive is pravided by ihe 
Building 6 lU foundilion The LUC c 
reidily jmplemenlable. Thiiv 
allernHli>e daes nal require ihe use of 
TSDFs 


This 1 lie rn alive would likely oblain 
approvils from regulilary agencies 
This allemalivc does nol require ihe 
use of TSDFs The equipment, 
milcrial'v, and skilled workers for 
implemenlalionof ju siUi IrealmenI 
leehnologies are reidily available, 
allhough longer lead limes may be 
required forsamc leehnologies The 
LUC is readily implemenlable. 


This allernalive would likely oblain 
approvals Frnm regulatory agencies 
Appropriate TSDFs for oFf -site 
dispcvil of exc av aled SOI 1 are 
available The equipmcni. malerials. 
and ivkilled workers for exc aval ion and 
off -site disposal of impacled soil are 
readily available 

Implemenlalion of ihis allemalivc 
would be exlremely difficuJi wilh 
Building 610 in-place and demolition 
of Building 610 is nol aniicipaled al 
ihis time. The LUC is readily 
implement able. 


3| CostEfTeflhcae^ 

Thiz aLlemBlii'e, j mple men led far both 

Lcsi Aceeivsible and Aecrszibic 

1 

Lacilion'k of ibic i^ojL RQiv, is eslimaleti 
la cosi 165,000. Allhoiigh relalively 
law-eosl, ihis remedy provides no 
addiliona] proleclion lo Kumin Kcallh 
and the entire nmeni 

_j 


Thiz aLlernalive, implemenled for balh 

Lc^z ALecssibIc and Accessible 
Lacalioniv of ihe mijI RUs. t\ esUmaled 
lo easi i l,JO(l,O0U (including opcralion 
and miinlcnince |0&M| cojilb) The 
eaikl far ihis iLlerniUvc far the Lc^ik 
Accessible Localianz alone iiv 
ean:^ idered lo be negligible, bs ihe 
bujiding alreadv provides an effective 
eip 3nd ihe LUC wauLd be 
, im piemen led far all Area B fxinionsoF 


ThecDSI far ihis allem alive For ihe 
Less Accessible Loealionivaf ihe soil 
RiJiv iiv eslimaled lo range between 
^262,01» and 1505,000 (this cslimatc 
docs nol include O&M cosfi For the 
Area B LUC, as ihet arc included in 
Bltemativcs far Accessible Locatiansl 
This remedy providcv a g re aler level oF 
proleelian Id human health and ihe 
environmeni than Alternative 2, bul at 
a sigmficanllv higher cost rel alive lo 


T"o cosi eslimalcs have been 
developed for this Allernalive 

1 Soil Bxcavalion wilh Building b [0 
In-Place: 164B.000 

2 Soii EHcavalion wilh Demolilion oF 
Building 6 10 ll6B,0fH> 

These csli mates do not include O&M 
cosis fori he Area B LUC, as ihev arc 
included in allernativcs for Accessible 



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Table 71S 

Evaiuallon of Allfrnaltves Summary 

LessAccfslbk Localloiu 

CDminlnar^>/P\ Sludy Area 

Prc'idio i>f Siin Francisco. Califirnii 



\llfriiallve 1 


Allemallve 2 


Allemalhe 3 


Allemallve i 




ihcsilc ruicludciil under allcrnalivCk foe 
AcccisibLc LocBl]on'i|. This remedy is 
CDSI-cffcclivc for ihc LeMv Accesiiblc 
Ldci lions because il [HDVidc^i an 
adequate level of pro led ion lo bum in 
heallh and the environment it 
negligible cd&I co m pared lo 
ALlemalives 3 or 4. Beciuse Building 
b ID IS planned Id remajn foe relail ai 
rec real ion al use for 1 he farcsecable 
future ihis illemalivc iiv approprjale 
for ihe Less AcccvivibLc Localiani 


ihe small volume of contuninited soil. 


Locitioia. 

This remedy would provide a greater 
level of proleclian la human heillh ind 
ihe environment than Allemalive 2 and 
provides a grealcr degree of certainly 
ihan Allernilive 3 If Building 6 10 
were lo remim in- pi ace, ihiiv remedy 
u'ould be eilremely difFieull lo 
im piemen 1 and would have a 
signifleinlly higher cosi relative lo ihe 
small volume of conlammaled iediI 


SUMMARY OF EVAl.UA LTON CR[ LTRIA 


Alternalli'e te r^ol RecDmmeDdfd. 

COC ^.ilrn. r nlral lori'i in ivoil arc grciLci 
than applicable clcBnup levels and may 
pa\€ unacccpliblc mks Id human 
health and cnvrrojimcnlL 


Allernaihe IfiSeleclfd as Ibf 
Preferred Remedy If Ihe Crisy Field 
Mamfa te r^ol l!:\paDded IdIi> Ihe 
Area. This allcrnalive is prole^.llve of 
human heallh and the enviionmenl, 
readjiv im piemen libic, ind cosl- 
effeclive The aLlernalive would nol be 
piDleclive of ihe enviionnienl if ihe 
Crii^y Field Marnh or asiocjaled 
buffer zone a expanded into ihe area 
of the building. 


Allernaihe teSekcled as Ibe 
Preferred Remedy If Ihe Crissy I'leld 
Manfh b lv\panded Inlo Ihe Area 
and ISiilldliic b\0 Remains In- Place. 
TI11& allernlne ie pic lee live of kumaii 
bnllb ind ibc rnvirniLm^rl .^llli(iii|li 
Il IS rol 11 CDbl-rffr elite an Allemlne 
2, it »Diild br iheorly iinpleirenlitlr 
iltenalive Id clean j[i pelraleiim- 
rrlalrd lail urderneiili ihe buililir° for 
pro lectio a nf ihc CriEEy Field Mir&b 


Allemalh'e IsSelecled as Ihe 
Preferred Remedy If Ihe Crlss^' Fleh] 
rSEarsJi b [':\panded Inlo Ihe -^rea 
aod building blOUemullstaed. This 

allemitive is pjotecliveof human 
heallh and ihe environmenl. Il iz eosl- 
effeclive and implemenlible only if 
Building 6 lU were demolished for 
expanivion of ihe mirsh 



G rounds ilcrmonilonng is inciiHlcd in \ilcjnalive-k 2 and 4 Cor Ihc Accessible LociHoie. Allcmilivc 3 dors not incluilc grourklivilcr monilonng bceaiEC il b only considered in 
combinalion wilh .Mlcrnalives 2 arhJ4forlhc .\eicssi bic Lnc alions 



December 2005 



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Tabic 8A 

Summary of HsUmaldl Costs tor Comflld' Aclkin Allcmatli'cs- Pbossl Bud 2 

CDiDiDLmrj/PX Slud} Am 

P rc^jdiD af San Frunc isco . C uLi I o rn i a 



AllcmBlikT 


Capilsr Cod' 


AunialO&ht Cost' 


OfiM Period Ijnirah Tolar Cofl' fflPV"] 




ALCCBlhkRlk 


LcBArrEslbkkL's 


A^LCBlblr 


Lrj«i 
Acfcsiblr 


ALCC^hlE 


Lcs 

AELnUilr 


A^LCBlblr 


AcccslblE 


AccEslblr 




1 1 No AiLion^ 


465000 


b,- 


Vi^JIIMI 




!| C[jp]iiDf i^lb LiiDiL UsT CdiiI[dI& 


S675000 








5 ■ 
30 


SI, 500.000 


1 




11 la Em SolL PcmrilUKii^ 

' D?3g[n R[|[J9( Pcnducr iBfrtlion 

' BHvrBiB)^ noil B mp Ji)^iiiji i 




S16?(10ll 

1221 aa 

5354aM 




I- 

1- 
1- 
5- 




~ 




l^iSI.11011 
1515,0011 
$323,000 
$35d.DEI0 




llEiiavaim nDdOII-EDr DLi^icail •tab 
G nni nd *\at r ^loiloting' 


^J04£00 




S90Em 

sjojni 

5711X1 




1 ■ 

2- 

30 — 




li.sao.ooo 






JlEMiavaiciiiiiiJOfE-SiLe DjivikTsiJ^ 

■ A'UbBuiliiiBi^rillhjBiibcr . 

" h'UhmB Buildinf QLU 




%643,nrc 




1- 
5- 




~ 




U4S,DD0 

£l^»l,OQn 




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PkiEcl CiH Ranf? Toe AncDublr R Uj^ < AUriuliv? -L^ jiul Li-* A^cc-aiUc K L!. L A Ur nm i> c 2 ILohi'locJ |Jii-b|f : UJLOIHI -H^&I.QOO 




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\AME 


DEPTH 


PHASE 


AREA 
IFccl't 


% GRASS 


ASPHALT 


CONCRETE 


AREA 

CRASS 
IFcci') 


AREA 

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AREA 

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EXCAVATION 

AREA 

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BOTTOM 

confirmation 
samples' 


EXCAVATION 

PERIMETER 

LENCTH 

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PERIME1 EH 
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SAMPLES^ 


BiildrDeail 


Slialli>i^ M 


1 


3,116 





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?0 





4251 


1061 


5 


2.126 


532 


79 


20 


5JI6 


9 


170 


15 


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2 


4,178 
































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1 


1536 





60 


411 





922 


614 


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461 


107 


17 


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904 


2 


130 


6 


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120 
































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104 






















104 


1 


711 


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2 


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100 








K57 


05 





428 





16 


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2 


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5 


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107 
































FDS Fipziinn Anra 


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1 


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95 


5 





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175 


121 


6 


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7:0 


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100 








737 








05 














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2 


110 


5 


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1 


449 





100 





n 


449 





05 


215 





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449 


1 


30 


4 


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1345 


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2 


1,702 


90 


10 





1512 


170 





05 


35 





3 





1,702 


1 


210 


9 


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2 


459 
































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Slialh>w M 


2 


IIJQ3 





75 


25 





8239 


2,763 


5 


4,145 


1 3B? 


154 


51 


11,053 


1)1 


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21 


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2 


2374 
































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30 


20 





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22?9 


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4v45J 


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165 


41 


11,141 


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Page 1 of I 



FIGURES 



Crissy Field 



AREA A 




ei\ 



Niiii-, 

farmer J [?liib iilinn p [pcLinci jin J ibrnicr Tallin ad Uiick ? 
locnLcd iiulbiidc ii f ihc Cunuii [ismj'/E'X Sludy Air-i um [lied 
Sai 4. liuily 

HnnannHL Djuum NADJ7, CA Suii:L'Ljnc 

CouniiiJlc^, ^DTic^, fed 

VcIii-hI t>iiliini Nin-UiAmcriMi Vertical D;aiiiii,NAVUSB 



LEGEND 

• ^Brtah'ni f lupujrfd CannnlJOLLiiy/PX 
Srcp M 11 11 1 In 11 11 ]f Ltn-Hlinn 

^MnGWHB E'mpaHdCnnnniEairy/E'X 

1 jriiiiiid'^iili:r Mun I Limng Well Location 

^L Approii inuli: L^iitLlmn of 

^ Ground water I' low 



Ajijiroiiintilc E3ili:iil 
of Wiaic I fmpaclcd Soil 



Approx inuli: hjilciil 
of ETianc? lnipai.li:d ^iL 

LTITJ Area li brmi; addri'Jhcd undu ih: 

fl m Id mg &^i Flmm Hang^^ '^''"'^1--^ F""!^'^''! 



Sallwiiln-r4.ologicalProtction?onL'BoiindLni'{RU'QC[l,?OU5] 
{Ari:iii noTlJi jnd ia;il of bo uniiiry Li;:*il]iin zone] 

Appiuxim^lc 150 fl [lurTcrZonc 

Aica A ' Arcji U [tound^' 

Eflcdivc E'bnsc L Arra' ETiasc 2 Aita Uoundari' 

Mom HiGhcr Hi^ VJaia Level <MHHW| 5 Cfl fcH NAVDSS fiom 
Njilionjil Ocoinic and Almosphcric Admui islralion Slalion [Dfl4l4?90 

^ludy Aicii Ito undioy 



G^O 



Former RuLliDJid Tiacki 

Siiipi:i.lrd h'ucl Uislnblilioii Pipeline 

Removed fuel L>islnbiilion PrprJme 

TopogiaphiL Conlour 
iConlour [nler.al S Icell 

F'ormi:r Nlo lor foo I Slnidiire 
Lind [di:nli(icaLion Number 

tjciiling 5lruLlu|c nnd 
[deoliiicatkm Niimbo' 



COMMISSARY/PX PHASE 1 AND 2 
CORRECTIVE ACTION AREAS 



Treadwell&Rolo 




Presidio Trust 

34 Gialiam SLjbbI 

PO Bax2Wi52 

Sni Francr'ii:o, CA 

94129-!)052 

4 15I5E 1-5300 

Iflic A1&5G1-5315 

[>BCBmbHr2005 

FIGURE 2A 




LEGEND 



ArraM AiTB H IhiLindflry 

Eflfcti^^ I'hii^c I Arc^ f hose ? Arcji UmiDdflry 

Laid Use Caiilr4iL Area 

Sludy Arcu tiaundary 

L'iiniicr |tiiilni-iil li^[k& 

TopDEinphic CdiiId lit 
iCoiilDlir lnlcrVjiL ' 5 K«1| 



BID 



fflOi Cell iLiry Q[tincnii.iil-i:r 
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and IdculiGnjiliiiii Nmnbcr 

l-3(i£linp Slnic Luii: .Hid 
IdcnLi ficjilBiTi NumhiJ 



Fiirmcr r-Ji Iniad liiiki loulcd oulsidc a flhc Camjiiisui}l'PX 
Slud y AiiM inni Hid iiiri.Lirily 

WaruimU D^ilum. NAU?7, CA SUIcPLonc 

Canrdiii JiLi, /imc ^ , r'i:cl 

VcnUflL unum. Nnnli Amnicfln VcrtUfll Datura, NAVpSfi 




34 Gialiam SLjbbI 

PO Bax2Wi52 

Sni Francr'ii:^, CA 

94129-!)052 

4 15I5E 1-5300 

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FIGURE 2B 




Sati Francisco Ba\' 



FD5 Pipeline Removal of Sections CF-3, CF-4, and CF-12 



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Commissary Seep Interim Source Removal Excavation 




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regaining Cefnnicnl& on DrafI Rnal Remedial Invcsligalion 
(Rlj Reporl, BuiWing 609, CoininiB&ary Inves&ga&oji, Pj"e&4dio 
of San Francisco 17JunQ 



USTBD3 Removal 



CniJi' Fielii Tidal Marsh 



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Reporl, Presidio of San Fiancisco, Calfornia January 




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Documcniation Reporls, lUSTNo FDS-1, UST Number 603), 
Presidio of San Francisco, California Jufy 



FDS Pipeline Section BR6-& Investigation 



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^ GroundwaleT Moniloriiig Well Localioii 

•" Surface Walo" Seep Localion 

A Former A2 Zoiie Bioassay Sludy Micro Well 

Snuiic I J', 1^' Hi:piin ii [' Fclriilcujn 1 1 fiirix^irbiiTi biiiflsaay 
iDid Pti ml D fCuniji lunii: Ciin4.i3ilrjliLiii L>cLcnii iiiiiIiliie, 5jiII Walcr 
£4xilnEkal ["nilcrliDii iiiic, I'midiii a f Sun frnnciscD, CfllifnmiiL Dccanbcr 

® hormeT Al Zone Bioassyy Sludy Micro Well 

Sniuic L J , L^/ H;:piin ii [' E'clriilcujn E I filrix^irbiiTi biiiLiiiay 
jind fti ml o fCump Ii JHLC Ciin4.i3ilrjliLiii L>clcnii iiiiiliLiiii, ^ll W^liJ 
£ci]|a^L4al Pmlcclmii j^nc HtqiiIii] a f Sim P'r^mciHi], Ciilirarn ul Dccoubcr 

• Hislorical Sample Localion 

■ ■ ■ Commissaiyl'X Sludy Area Boundary 

■ ■ ■ Building 637 Coireclive Action Plan Area 

■ ■ ■ Buildings207/231 Coireclive Action Plan Area 



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FDS Removal 

Building 633 Pistol Range Site [nvesligalion * 

US'I FDS-1 Removal 

Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal Action 

Conligency Site 171 199-1 100 (Approximate Localion) 

Suuii^ Jritl, LW4^ L4.^lia■rl:|?Jll^lm|lCrlto■^■■Ll:lllA^iM€il^lmb'lall.y fl^Silc I7MW-M00, 
Srcpi m S^iuUivT^I Ciimcr D fOic Tidiil Marah, Comniiu^' Arcji, Arci A, Pitsid m o f San 
iTJiii-iiyLii [1 Nii\'aiibi:r 

Commissary Conslruclion Waste Oil lank Removal (approximate) 

Snuicc- Uant^ & Nlnuic, I4fl7 t-mil Hcmrdi^l bn'cnipHiun Hcpurl, 
ficsidiD Miim lniUlUlinn, Piciid m iif Sim hT-jni.iihi.ii JdnLiJi>' 

UST 603 Removal 

Removed FDS Lineand/or Conveyance Line 

Fonner Railroad * 

Former Storm Drain 

Suspected Fuel Dii^thbulion Pipeline 

Removed Fuel Dislribulion Pipeline 





Topographic Contour (Contour Inlerval : 5 Feet) 

FDS'leslI'il 

Saurtc Minil]Mnier>' ^tklnDii, l^^a AddiliiniLiI lnVo-lipitinii nf 
h'ucl DiJhIrib iiliiin Sy^l4:iii^, fn^id m iif Sim L'nm4.iM.4i, CalLfiimiii July, 

LTI'D pTelreatmeiU Soil Sampling InvesligaLion 

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Waste Oil I anks, OilAValer Separators 



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for enlarged area 



609 



605 



Former Coal Bin Storage * 



Former Motor Pool Shops 



Former Motor Pool Sliuclures 



tLxii^ting Building and Number 



Notes: 

* Selected Remedial Action for these Sites to be Presented 
in "Remedial Action Plan, Baker Beach Disturbed 
Areas I, I A, 2, and 2A and'lwenty-SevenOther 

Sites, Presidio of San Francisco, California" 
MACI'HC, 2004. 

For additional previous investigation 

specific information refer to 'I able 2. 

Elevatiom based on feel above mean sea level 

Horizontal Datum: NAD 27, CA Slate Plane 
Coordinates, Zone 3, feel 

Vertical Datum (lopo^^aphy): North American 
Vertical Datum, NAVD88, feel 



PREVIOUS INVESTIGATION AND REMOVAL 

ACTION AREAS 



Treadwell&Rollo 




Presidio Trust 

34 Graham Street 

P.O. Box 29052 

San Francisco. CA 

94129-0052 

415/561-5300 

fax 415/561-5315 

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34 Gfaham SIfbeiI 

PO Eax?Wi5? 

^n Franci'ica , CA 

04129-l)!)52 

415I561-53D0 

fax 41&5E1-5315 

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A1 ZONE WELLS 



TVeadwell&RDllo 



Presidio Trust 

M Graham SIreel 

P Bi» 29052 

San Francisco, CA 

94129-0052 

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to 415/561-5315 

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34 Graham SIreel 

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Aricnii. m Crruujid^ Jlcr (|I^Lj Jq 
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LEC^END 



• LTnJ5a6l Phjiic I - Suil SjjutiIc Lncjiliini 

A 561IAS61 Pb.i:c I - ^il .Old OriiLmil 4^cr 
Crab £411^ Lc LoL^liun 

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• E 19 5 304 PliLiic ? - ^il .Old GriiunJ *Tilcr 

Grab Sump Lc LiiL4l[on 

• 561IGWI65 Gnnindwjlcr hFiiinlariue 

WdL Location 

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Topojfiaphic Comoor 
{Conloor IiiIh\tiL 5 Kcr1| 

Presidio bj^: Map 

Foimij Molur foul SuocLorc 
and [dcnH fiLalion Nomber 

tioslini" SuthIoic and 
[di:nlifi[aLion rJombcr 



(iROfrNDWATtR EitSULTH 

Sanrplc UopLcalc OoaLi^Conlnil 
t>ali: Sample DopliLali: Sample 
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ARSENIC IN 
50ILAND GROUNDWATER 



Treathvell&Rolo 




Presidio Trust 

3A Gfdl^m BIibbL 

PO aix29!)52 

San Franci'ico, CA 

34129-MI5? 

fl1&561-53!KI 

Iflic 41&561-5315 

DBi:BmbBr?!Ki5 

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Ncil& 

' Clcmiip Lff'cL cxLTcd-iiiLL^ r'iir iiiirci1ri[li:il Ijoid uieailh 

or *il]iiiii L priiLctliim u f Cnii J t-idd MirJi wjiLcr i] iinLi ly 

Hcsu Lis Tcparlrd in nnLlipTiimi/b liigram {mj^gj 

Ddflj quail Rm jqc prc^cnlnl mTab|cC-l 

HiiniiniliiL Datimi NALt?7, CA SUIcPUc 

CmriliTijIc':, l/ait:i, ii:cl 

VmiLal [>aliini Nm-lh Amcncjin Vcrtii^L Diiliini, NAVDefi 



LEGEND 

• LTrOaHOl ["hjic [ -Suil Sanrp Lc LotJiliini 

A flaUAaBHI F'Hjm: I -Sin I lUkI UrTEiuJii] Aalo" 
Ijrab ^mplc L4iiiiliLiii 

■ LTrDsHnr ["hJicJ-Siiil SamjiLcLinjiliini 

• B1B5HI14 duicJ-Suil aiidGr[i[iiid*alij 

isih Siunplc EjiqIidii 

^ flDOQWmS 1jT4j im dweller Man [l4irPE 
^i:LL LoL jliuTi 

" CFIlJlD03Tni Anny FDS CIdsiuc EHflVfllinii Soil 
Sanplcltl, l'Mt\ 



(JLL'JDLip Lc^L'Li tur U nm [riLrr cd l^nil Uic 



S^Llwfllu FkabpiuL E'lulcctun Zone Bmiiidjiiy < R WljCU, ?U01] 
J AiciLS nnn]] ;iiid cji£l □ rbuunilflry bic wilhin zone] 



B79 



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Sludy Aral Buund jit 

TapD]fiaplii[ Ctmluiir 
(CanlDur IhIcti'liL 5 ^'«1) 

Prc^iilm tti^: M<£p 

fanner Niuliir PouL STrmliirc 
jiiid Idcinilifjlian Number 

EjplIih]! ^UulIuh: diid 
Edciiliri4^li4iii NumbiT 



[dcpUi in ftcll 



IPHb '10 J- 






thipLLUli: S Jinpli: 
'ViibEin pint: Lin: 
iibavc cLcjinup LcvcLi 



Wnii P nPMlliin 1] r 


UHIiuiB Pr4;lKlliin iiF 




Cnr-y tiridMinh 


Cj»>y trflilMnnK 




W Jl*r Qiuld J ' 


WnUriJuLli " 




IPHp 1 1 t, mt^F 


tilOmp/ll! 




IPHd [44ni|!il|! 


"ZOO ni|!^l|! 




II^HSi L44ni|!'l|! 


9S0 ni|!^l|! 




Ucnzenc ti m^p 


ti mp/lp 





7PH AND BENZENE CONTAMINANTS OF 

CONCERN IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D - 3 FEET) ' 



E>aLj QudLi ricn 



rpjbJ Ta^l raihilojn^ I LydnKJitui^ J.' Dicfl 



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TPII llnl* 

^ VhIuc above [Lcjinlip \cVc[ 

■ VjiIlK bcLow tlmnup LcVcL 

■ Not dclcLlciI 




3ft Qfaliani SIfbeiI 

PO Eox?Wi5? 

San FranciKO.CA 

3412g-D{i5? 

415J5B1-530D 

X 41&5E1-5315 

DsMm bar 2005 

FIGURE 11 




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' C|i:4iniip Lff'cL cxLTcd-iiiLL^ fiir imrcilndcd lioid uie^ilh 

or *il]iiiii L priiLctliim u f Cn^L J t-idd MirJi wjilcr q iinLily 

Hcsu Lis Tcpanni in nn Lli|"Tiiiiii/b liigrjini {m^gj 

LUj quail Rm jqc prc^iciila] mT^blcC-l 

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CmriliTijIc':, i^Tic^, fccL 

VdIilliI DrIuui Nnn]i Aincncan VciUuL Dmuni, NAVDSfi 



LEf^LND 



LTTD5BI11 fh^iii: L -SuiL^mpIc L411.JI111T1 

fiOOAsaill fh^i^: L - ^ I L .Old l^iu ID] driller 
Grab Sioirp Lc LiXiilnni 

LTTDSBD? PI|ii9P 7 - Shi L Siunplc La4:^L4iii 

BB5BI14 Phaic ? - ^il and Gniini dwnlcr 
Grab Sanrp Lc LuLalLim 

BOKIWIDS Oround 4al4:r MoniUumg 
Well LoLflliiiJi 



SflLlwdcr EcDlDBitaL PmlHtinn Taac SainidQij {kA^i'ljCU, J0U5] 
(Areas na lib and cast af ba mid aiy Lie wilhm mnc] 



tic JD up L lt^l: L t Idt U □rL^r riirr id LjDdUic 



52& 



BID 



Sludy Area Uii iniikry 

TnpupTupbic l^umuur 
(Ciniliiur Interval i l^cclj 

Prcsidin Base Map 

Farmer Mulnr faiL Sljudinc 
and IdoilL^ealmn Numbo' 

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fine 



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L>aLj IJuaLi Seri 



VaLuei mpuik aieabuve 
cleanup Levels 



Abb rcvi J r id An jl\rci 

TCHg - IuLjL faru Iruni Hiilincaibnns a? GasnLinc 

TPUd -luuLfarnlrum LIfiliucaibunsi? [Jic^d 

TPHfci-lDlall'eb-nLeumHi'diuuirbuniail''ueLO|L 





W3lli P nil Kill] n uF 


Allliuul P nPHllun u f 






tZHnyFJildMinh 


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^■WrHjuilili " 




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1 1 D mp'kp 


tlOniL'.ki: 




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[44 m^/lzp 


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lVHr"-u 


L44 m^fkp 


flSOmg/kg 




Llen/enc 


U.Q m^ikg 


& mg/kg 





TPH CONTAHirJANTS OF CONCERN 

IN DEEP SOIL 

( > 3 FEET) ' 



TreadweD&IMIo 



~ Hllliln ^nllvi iiEr t<ulii|;i[il PrnilKllun /iifm 
"" aulildE ^ihviBlEr ttiilufltjl Prclvclluii /na? 

m Val ue abii\'e [ Leanup IcvcL 

• Value bi:liiw cleanup level 

• Mill delecled 




Presidio Trust 

34 Graham ^ibbI 

PO Bijx2905? 

Sai Francisea, CA 

41&5B1-53ffl) 

fax 415I5B1-5315 

DBcambar 201)5 

FIGURE 12 





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HniimnlflL Dfllujn- NAD ?7, CA Slnlc flmic 

Cixin] iihIp:, Ton;: 5, (ccL 

V4aniLaL L>^liiTn NiirUi AmenuiTi VatuiL Duluni, NAVDKK 



LEGHLND 



IdqilJiin fcdl 
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LTTDsain 



lttdsbct 

61B5BDJ 



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fliii&c L -SulL Sjimp Ic L4XBli4in 

fliii&c I - SulL .Old Ijraundwala' 
GrAb ShJinpLc Lajz^tian 

Phiisc ? - SulL Sjimp Lc L4X£li4in 

Phase 2 - Sill L .ind GrmiiidwiiLij 
QrAb SjTupIc LiitLiliiiii 

CiTiiinidwjL;:! Mim Unnng 
Well LotJiliDii 



fi?9 ; 



5K 



SiLiitf' Arcj UiiLiiid^' 

Topauraphic Canlaur 
iCanlDLir EnlnvaL "5 F'ccll 

Pirsidia EUi^^lap 

lannn Molor Puul SlriHtlirc 
.Old [d4:nlLric.iLiiiii Numbir 

EaLsImp Sim cm re and 
I dcu 1 1^14^1 1 on Number 



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n p ink arc .ibiivc 
|i Li^'cls 



Bjd>A < Qniza^j^Aiilhnucif 



Oransip Lc\ch 

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b{A\i'- iHilliuf/ks 
B{blF'- 'JT/m^ik^ 
B<k|r- 0^7nif!/lF 
Clir>saic- 2 I mg/kg 
LKji,hlA- [Sma^g 
HI,3,J<,dlP-0?7 mg/kg 



Value aba vc clean up Lcvd 
Value bi:luw cleanup Level 
NdI delecled 



PAH COrJIAMINANTS OF CONCERN 

IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D - 3 FEET) ' 



Treadwell&Rolo 




Presidio Trust 

3ft Graham araBl 

PO Box 29052 

San FranciiciJ, CA 

M 129-01)52 

ft15l5G1-53D0 

faic 41&561-5315 

DBi:BmbBr2O05 

FIGURE 13 




Hji&a] an^LcfliHip Level cn:ccdiiii4:c& liir unralnclal Undu&c 

RcsuITe rcpailcd m nnlLip-inii/b liipan Jin^^ 

[JaU qUiiLi FcTi Jiic prfieiilo] in TjibLcC-5 

HniimnlflL Dfllimi- NAD ?7, CA Slnlc flmic 

Cmni imlc:, Ton;: 5, (ccL 

V4aniLLiL L>dliiTn NiinJi AmeniJiTi VotcjiL Dfltum, NAVDKH 



LKGESD 

• LTTEJ5HI1I Phji: L -S^ilL SjimpLc rjiuiliDn 

A MM9B0I Vhsc [ - &oi[ .Old Giuundwalo' 
Giub SflinpLc Locaticn 

■ LIT 050117 Phji:? -S^ilL SjimpLc [jujilmii 

• 61^9004 Vhjj.':! -^iL.iiid Oniiin dwiilcr 

Gmb ^mpLc L4ii£li4in 

1% 6UQWID5 Oiuiini]wjl4:r MniuUiniig 
Well Lncfllinn 



625 



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Sliidj Arcji Uniiniiaiy 

TDpapj]ihi[ OiTiUi [ir 
iCanlDur EnlnwiL ; S Keel) 

E'lEsidm Uj^c Map 

F'tumcr Mular l'4iiil Slmtturc 
^md LdcuLi riuliDn Nunibcr 

Eiiisliiig Suuirbirr end 
EdniliFiuiliiin Number 



|ifc]ilb in KcLl 

Z:^ 



E2S5BC3 |5] |5&]-DLI 



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L'hiji Li^liIc 

S^TTTJlli: 



Values in pink .irc jbiivc 
sarcnini" Lcvck 



Abbrcv i jC liI AiuiLyl a 

b{AlA - Ucn/ii(^|Anl]ir^[«ie 

ffl-ili'- Uen/ii{all»iTcnc 

iflbir - Bcn^{b|Hiiur.mlbcnc 

V I,? J-td|L' - LndHu{L .il-cJlPyroic 



fiib)\-- OJ"/ni|?^l|! 
KI,;,J-c,dji'-0?7ny/k]; 



VjiLuc iibovc cLcioilip IffcL 
VaLuc bcLiiw L Leui up LcvcL 
Nol dclcclrd 



PAH CONTAMirJANTS OF CONCERN 

IN DEEP SOIL 

(>3 FEET)' 




34 Giaham Blraol 

PO Bnx?WI5? 

San FrancriciJ, CA 

04129-l)!)52 

415I561-53D0 

fflx 4151561-5315 

DBi:BmbBr?!Ki5 

FIGURE 14 




I 



• LTTD5BJII Pl^i^c L - Soil ^mji I4: L4xalmii 

A fl)0A5ai1 Phisf I -Soil jm] GimoidwjiLci 
Grab SiDnpIc Lacjihon 

■ LTfUSBIlT [Tuic?- Soil Samp Lc LmnliDil 

• BIBSBDJ Piu£c2- Soil and rrm oniiwalcr 

1 jrab SjjnpLc LoLalion 

n CFMDDatfll Aimy f'US C Insure tjicaraliaii Sail 
S^mpLc{[l, 194^ 

til aoowiUS Gni ondwjiirr Moo ilflFing 
Well La^aUan 



Sflllwiilcr FiMlopcal ProlMliDn Zone Boo Jidaiy {k\VQCB, 20031 
{Ateis imrl]] .omI ei^I o ['baondiDy lie W lib 01 Aim:] 



05 



filD 



- Stod>' Arcji Uoondfliy 

1 opo]?rjpbLC ConlDor 
~ iConlDor Enln-VBl-5FMl| 

— PicsidiD UBic Map 

fanna Nlolor fool Slmchnc 
.Old [d;:nlLrK.iLiciii NumbiJ 

ExisloiB Slni4:iorc and 
I den titi cation Number 



PAH EHrrdEncc 01 Shullow SoilSionpIc^ 
ETtX lacccdiOiLc 01 Sballow Soil SamjiLcs 
TPH EacccdioiK 01 SbaLLow Soil Sionji Lcs 



NolK 

' Bjisrd onclianop li:vcL ciiccciioicia for on n: winded Land uic 

Wilb or V.ilbool piolcclLon o f Crmy licLd MarJi walcr q oal Lly 

■ Uppjdicm LoLfltionOolaidcDrSludy Area 

Hom-onuL Dalom NAE>?7,CASUc Plane 

Cixrnl iniili:^, Ami: 3, iccl 

Vcrlkal L>aLom Noilb AmcrKum Vertical Dahnn, 

■NAVUSK 



CLEANUP LEVEL EXCE ED ANCES 

IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D - 3 FEET) ' 



TreathvellSJtolo 




Presidio Trust 

34 Grahdm aiiBBl 

P Eox?Wi5? 

San FTar>!:isco, CA 

04129-305? 

415'561-53{K) 

fax 415I5E1-5315 

DBi:BmbBr2005 

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LEGEND 

• LTin^JII Pho&c I - Soil lump li: L in all an 

A WASS01 J^hBiF I - Sell lUid imnDidwDliT 
Gmb Sonplc Lauition 

■ LTFDSBIlT Phase?- Soil Siinrp Lc LocjiliDii 

• BI55BI14 [TUSC?- Soil Jill] GtD [DldwJllCE 

1 jrab SjjnpLc LoLLiliini 

t OHiaWlDS Gm iindwalcr Mod ilmii]^ 
U'cll Lamlliiii 



SflLlwjilcr EiMlnpcaL PmlMlinn Znnc Bnujidiiiy {k\VQCB, 20051 
{Ateis imrl]] .omI eiiiI 4i ['bauiMliDy lie w lib in Aim:] 



CLEANUP LEVEL EX CEE DANCES 

IN DEEP SOIL 

{ > 3 FEET) ' 



\ cz? 



filD 



- Stud]^ Arcji UnuiMlfliy 

TcpaurqibLC ConlDiir 
~ iCnnlDLir Enln-VBl-5FMl| 

— PicsidiD Dasc \liip 

fuima- Miliar fiiaL Slmchnc 
.Old [d;:TilLrK.iLiciii Nionbij 

Exisloig Siniiiiorc and 
Idcnhtiuitian Number 



PAH tacffdaniic in Ufcp SdlL SionpLia 
TPH Ex4:Fcdsn[c in Deep Sail ^joi^lc^ 



Nalcs 

' Bfisrd oncLcjonip Level ciiccciioicia for imii: winded Land uic 

ft lib or ft ilbaol pioleclLon o f Crmy lieLd M.o^ waller q ml Lly 

' Uppjdiem LDLfltianOolaideafSludy Area 

HaiL-onuL L">.iloni NAE>?7,CASUe Plane 

Cooid iiiiile^, Allied, iccl 

VenkJ L>.iLi]ni Nonb Amcrcjoi VcrlicjiL Dahnn, 

t^AVOSK 



TreadwellSJMIo 




Presidio Trust 

34 Giaham SLibbL 

PO Eax?WI5? 

San Fianciica, CA 

3412S-«I5? 

41&5E1-53«I 

Iflx 415J5B1-5315 

Dacam bar 2005 

FIGURE 16 




LEGEND 

• Lttdsbdi [TiflLc I -Soil SamjiLc Laialiiiii 

A EDV5BDI E^dLC I -SoiL^iiid Gimaid^alcr Gr^b fh^miji Lc Liiuimn 
■ Lit D5 any ETi-tc? -Soil SamjiLc Laialiiiii 

• Eig5BD4 F^iiLC? - ^1 Jiiid Gimaidwalcr Gr^b Sjiii^ Lf Lnuilmn 
^ BMGW1I15 I JTu [Diil^Lilcr MunilDJiii]! AV'cLL LocjiIidii 

Sinpeclcd Fuel Dislnbiilian PLpcLinc 

RcniDvcd Fuel thilnb dill n E^p^li^c 

Shldy Atei tic LiniLiri' 

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CErJIFEAL SOIL REMEDIAL UNITS 
FOR SCENARIO I {LESSER IMPACT SCENARIO) 



'n«adwell&Rolk> 



Presidio Trust 

34 Gral^am SI reel 

P Bi» 29052 

San Francisco, CA 

94129-DD52 

4T5'56T-5300 

fm 41 5/561 -53 -TS 

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CENTRAL SOIL REMEDIAL UNITS 
FOR SCENARIO II (GREATER IMPACT SCENARIO) 



TVeadwell&Rolk> 



Presidio Trust 

M Graham Slreel 

P.O Bi» 29052 

San Francisco, CA 

94129-0052 

4-15/56 1 -5300 

fax 415/561-5315 

December 2005 

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WESTERN SOIL REMEDIAL UNITS 
FOR SCENARIO I {LESSER IMPACT SCENARIO) 



'n^adwell&Rollo 



Presidio Trust 

M Graham Slreel 

P.O Bi» 29052 

San Francisco, CA 

94129-0052 

4-15/56 1 -5300 

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December 2005 

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FOR SCENARIO II {GREATER IMPACT SCENARIO) 



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P Bi» 29D52 

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IN LANDSCAPED AREAS 




34 Graham SIfbbI 

PO Eax?Wi5? 

San FranEisca, CA 

34129-MI5? 

415I5B1-530D 

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APPENDIX A 
Response to Comments for the Draft Corrective Action Plan 



APPENDIX A 
Response to Comments for the Dmft Corrective Action Plan 
Commissary/PX Sludy Area 
Presidio otSan Francisco, California 

This Response toCommenrs presents a wntTen response to all coinmenis received during the 
regulatory agency and public comnienl penod on tlie Dmff Correclivc Aclrcn Plan (Dinfl CAP] 
jor the Coinmissaiy/PX Siiidy Area, Pies\dio oj San Francisco, Caiifoint'a. Tlie Presidio Trust 

iTriist) SLibmitted the DraftCAP to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board 

(RWQCB) and project stakeholders on 30 July 2004. Comment was invited through 
30 September 2004. 

The commeuts received during the couiment period are compiled and included in this Response 
to Comments. Copies of the Final CAP are available for review at the Presidio Library, 34 
Graham Street, Piesidio of San Francisco, weekdays between the hours of S a.m. and 5 p.m. 

After review of all comments received from stakeholders on the Draft CAP, several changes 
were incorporated into this document to address four broader considerations: 

• Schedule for implemenlahon of thecoirecrive action, 

• Cleanup of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHsj in soil, 

• Cleanup of metals in soil, and 

■ Dissolved arsenic detected in gjoundwater. 

In addition, althougli no stakeholder comments were received on the cleanup levels used in the 
Draft CAP, si>eci fie cleanup levels have been updated in the Final CAP. The updates to the Final 
CAP in response to the four broader considerations above and cleanup level changes are 
discussed below, followed by responses to individual comments on the Draft CAP. 



IMPLEMENTATION PLAN AND SCHEDULE 

After careful considerarion of all comments, the Trust has re-evaluated and modi lied the 
approach for imj'klementing the corrective action and has revised the implementation schedule to 

address several important issues. A number of present unceilamties [discussed below) make it 
difficult to accurately define, at this hme, the full extent of necessary cleanup. To address the 
uncerlainhes, the Trust plans to implement the corrective action in two phases. The phased 
approach will allow uncertainties regarding future land use (including the planned expansion of 
theCrlssy Fiekl Marsh j, the volume and extent of contain in ah on, and the potential presence of 
culturally significant ailifactsin the subsurface to be addressed. As part of the phased approach^ 
the Trust has divided the Study Area into two areas, which will be managed separately dunng 
implementah on of the corrective achon. The Phase I and 2 Areas are shown on Figure 2 A of the 
Final CAP. 



December 2005 A-1 



The Phase I Area encompasses all portions of the site wilhin Area A and portions of Area B 

within an appro'iimate 150-foot buffer zone along the cunent Cnssy Field Marsh shoreline 
(Figure 2 A J. The Order used a 150-fool buffer along the Cns^y Field shoreline loeslabhsh the 
Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone. The primaiy objective of correction actions wilhin the 
Phase I Area i^ to address the ^oil RUs that potentially pose a current threat lo the Crispy Field 
Marsh and land uses wilhin Area A. 

The Phase 2 Area encompasses the remaining portions of the site which fall ontside of the 
approi'iimate 150-foot buffer zone and are within Area B (Figure 2A). The primary objechve of 
correction actions within the Phase 2 Area is to address the RUs thai potentially pose a threat to 
anticipated land nse (i.e., recreational use| wilhin Ai"ea B and conid pose a threat lolhe Cnssy 
Field Marsh if it were expanded into the area in the fnlure. 

During Phase 1, soil which poses a threat to theCrissy Field Marsh will be removed at all 
Remedial Units (RUs| located within the Phase I Area. Implementation of Phase I is currently 
planned to commence no later than 21 February 2006 (date pending RWQCB approval). 

Phase 2 will commence followmgdecisions regarding the potential expansion of the Cnssy Field 
Marsh into the Phase 2 Area. Dunng Phase 2, soil will be removed from RUs located within the 
Phase 2 Area consistent with land use decisions, subject to RWQCB approval. If IheCrissy 
Field Marsh is expanded into the area, cleanup will be conducted to protect the marsh and hnman 
land use, as applicable. If the Cnssy Field Marsh is not expanded into the area, cleanup maybe 
conducted lo protect the anticipated land use (i.e., recreational use). These cleanup decisions 
will be made in consultation with the RWQCB prior to implementation of Phase 2. The Trust 
will proceed with Phase 1 work no later than the end of 2008. 

The present uncertainties that warrant conducting the collective action work in two phases 
include: 

• Uncertainties about Crissy Field Marsh Expansion . AlongCnssy Field, the RWQCB Older 
specifies separate zones with different cleanup levels. The majonty of the Commissary/PX 
Study Area is m the Order's Saltwater Ecological Protection Zone (Figure 2 A). The Zone 
was drawn to allow for the potential expansion of the Crissy Field Marsh into the 
CommissaiT/PX Area. However, the extent and location of potential expansion iscuiiently 
unknown but is being considered by the Trust and the National Park Service (NPS|. The 
proposed expansion project will be evaluated in an uix^oming National Environmental Policy 
Act (NEPAj process. Although it is possible that the Crissy Field Marsh could be expanded 
to include the Commissary/PX Area, it is likely that alternate locahons for expansion will be 
selected. Therefore, cleanup of the Phase 2 Area to the most stringent levels required to 
support an ecologically sensitive marsh is unwarranted until the proposed mai"sh expansion 
project IS studied under NEPA and a decision is made regaiding expansion in lo the Phase 2 
Area. If instead, the future use of the Phase 2 Area involves a land use other than marsh 
expansion, then alternative cleanup levels, consistent with actual land use, may be more 
appropriate. 



December 2005 A-2 



The Sail water Ecological ftolection Zone cleanup levels are considerably more stringent 
Ih^n other potentially applicable cleanup levels (i.e., protection of hiim^n health. Table I of 
the Order; prolection of lerresliial receptors, T^ble 2 of ihe Order' and prolection of 
ground waler ill Crissy Field Groundwater Area, Table 5 of the Orderj. Thei"efore, 
remedmbon costs to remove all soil exceeding ihe Sail waler Ecological Prolection Zone 
cleanup levels wilbin Ihe Phase 2 Are^ would be considerably higher than costs of cleanup 
assiimmgan allernale land use. Because of these considerable costs, il is piudent to defer 
cleanup of effected soil wilhin Ihe Phase 2 Are^ unlil a decision is made regarding expansion 
of the Crissy Field Marsh. 

If the Crissy Field Marsh later expands into Ihe corrective aclion site, peiro leu m -affected soil 
in the Phase 2 Area coitid be removed ^1 Ihe Irnie of m^rsh exjiaiision. This phased approach 
to remediation avoids "double excavation" of soil, once now and again laler, thus 
unnecessarily duplicating mobilization and ^dminislralivecosls. 

The Trust recognizes that there may be adminislrative issues lo be addressed before 
pelrolenm can be left in j'llace ^t concentrations above Ihe Saltwaler Ecological Protechon 
Zone cleanup levels within Ihe Ph^se2 Area; however, Ihe effort to address the 
administrative issues maybe warranted in lighl of the highcosi lo remediate all soil with 
concentrations above ihe Sail water Ecological Polection Zone cleanup levels. 

Uncertainties about Total Volume of Affected Soil and Associated Remediation Costs . As 
pointed out by commenlers, Ihe actiial extent of affected soil is uncertain and could be much 
larger than wh^t was depicled in the July 2004 Draft CAP. Accordingly, remediation costs 
could be considerably higher than originally estim^led m the Dr^ftCAP. To further assess 
Ihis uncertainly, a second, more conservative interpretation of soil RUs (Scenario H - Greater 
Impact Scenario) has been added lo this Final CAP which shows larger polenbal cleanup 
areas of soilconlainingiietroleum hydrocarbons al concenlrations above Saltwater 
Ecological Protection Zone cleanup levels (see Section 3.3 of the Fin^lCAP). Because 
remedmtion costs could significantly increase under this allernale scenario, it is prudent to 
defer the final cleanup decision foi Ihe Phase 2 Area unlil fulure land use detenni nations 
aboul Ihe Crissy Field Marsh expansion have been made. 

Uncertainties about Archaeological Issues . Portions of theCommissaiv/PX Study Area ^i"e 
known to be arch geologically sensitive. Subsurface excavations and aclivilies wilhin ihe 
Studv Area could di slurb or damage sensitive artifacts. TheTrusI iscurrenllv working with 
Piesidio archaeologists to develop an approach for monitoring and processmg ^i"ch geological 



The Cdnimiss[ir\'/PX Sludy Area also fails wirhin ihc area dc&igrialcd as an "Ecological Buffer Zone" 
in ihcClcjnup Levels Documcnl {EKI, 2002: Figure 7-2). However, ihcsc cleanup levels arc nol 
applicable lo ihe pelroleuni-relaled chemicals of coricem (COC^) al ihis ^ile (T[*H^ BTEX, and 
PAH'v) because no TPH or BTEX cleanufi levels were developed for ihe "Ecological BuflerZone" 
(Table 7-2 ( arid ihe applicable PAH cleanup levels developed under ihe Order are cou'viderably lower 
ihari ihose developed for ihc "Ecological Buffer Zone." For melals. Ecological Buffer Zone cleanup 
levels are considered (along wilh all olher applicable cleanup levelsf became ihere are no cleanup 
levels for these coalaininanls under <hc RWQCB Order. 



December 2005 A-3 



artifacts lo avoid adverse impacts on Ihe artil^cts (^ee Section 54 of the Final CAP). 
Tmplemenlarion of Phase I will provide ^n oppoitiinily lo evakiale tliis ^j'lpioach before 
commencing subsurface excavurions wirhm The Phase 2 Area. Because such archaeological 
monilonngand pi'ocessmg may be lime consuming and costly, phasing Ihe vnOik and 
controlling the total aniounl of soil to bee'icavated in a given year should minimize Ihe 
polentialconstruclion delays such monilorlng and processing may cause. 

Relevant sections of Ihe CAP Ihal have been revised lo address the phased approach include the 
following: 

• Section 1.5 Rehouse to Stakehottter Comments has been added lo the CAP and Ihe 

informalion above ispresenled m that secnon. 

• Section 3.1 Remedial Action Objectives (RAOs) has been framed wilhin contesi of future 
land use. 

■ Section 3.2. 1 Soil Oeaniip Levels hssbeea revised lo provide for Ihe conlingent 
applicabilily of the Sallwatei Ecological Prolection Zone cleanup levels. 

• Section 3.3 Identification oj Remedial Units fV^t'sJhas been revised lo provide two 
interpretalions (Scenario I [Lesser Impact Scenario] and Scenario 11 [Grealer Impacl 
Scenanol) of polential volumes of affecled soil reqninng coirective action. 

• Section 3.4 Phased Approach for Corrective Action (Phase I and 2 Areas) and Effective 
Soil Cleannp Levels has been added lo provide a basis for Ihe phased approach for 
correclive action [n lerms of theprojecf s RAOs and presents the "ef fee live" cleanup levels 
thai will be used for correclive action, based on future site land use. 

• Section 4.0 Evaluation ofAlteinatives (and subsections) has been revised to incorporate 
the phased apj'iroach and conespondmg Phase I and 2 Areas in ihe developmeni, 
evaluation, and seleclion ofcorrective action allernalives. 

• Section 5. 1 Remet/y Imptementation (and subsections) has been revi sed lo add a detai led 

summary of the Phase I and 2 con'echve acnon allernalives selected m ihe Final CAP. 

■ Section 5.7 Imptementation Sdiediite has been revised lo present the phased approach for 
implementation. 

■ Tables 5 and 7 through 9 and Appendix D Co^ Estimates and Assumptions for 
Corrective Action Alterniitives have been revised lo rellect Phase 1 -.md 2 Aiea RU 
groupings and cosis for ihe phased approach. 

CLEANUP OF PAHs 

The primary objechve of IhisCAPis lo evaluate polential remedial alternahves to address 
adverse effecls from pelroleu m -re laled contamination and selecl aconective aclion for 
implementation al ihe CommissaiT/PX Sludv Area. Conlaminanis considered lobe related to 
petroleum releases in this CAP are lotal petroleum hydrocarbons {TPH| as gasohne, diesel, and 
fuel oil; PAHs; and benzene, loluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes [BTEXj. However, although 
PAHs are acomponeni of pelroleum hydrocarbon mixtures, Ihevcan also bedenved from other 



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anthropogenic sources, such as a^phiilt pavement, contaminated fill, particulales from burning, 
and vehicle ei'ihaust (Agency forTosic Substances and Disease Regisny, 1995; see websile at 
hllp: //www. al.sd r.cdc . Bov/[o\pi"o fi lesV tp69^h tm 1 ) . PAHs niay be preseiil in soil a[ [he Sludy Area 
from these sources, particularly from pasi disposal acljviljes or placement of contaminated fill. 
Therefore, PAHs may potentially be present in any fill matenal or material potentially moved 
and reburied during past site demoLtion, coiistruchon, and grading achvi ties. If present 
throiighoiLt the fill, the extent of PAH contaminanon would bedifficut to define and potenhally 
costly to remediate. Thus, the following approach has been developed in this CAP to address 
PAHs in soi[, consistent with the Phase 1 and 2 Areas identified above; 

■ Phase I Area: Within Area A portions of the Phase 1 Area, the Trust will remediate 
TPH and BTEX contamination to achieve cleanup levels for unrestricted land use. 
The Trust will also remediate PAHs to achieve unreslncled land use within Area A» 
to the extent practicable, bnt will consult with theNPS and RWQCB regarding 
further excavat] on decisions related to these compounds dunng implementation of the 
remedy. To the extent practicable, remediation will be conducted so that no land use 
controHLUCf is necessary within Area A. It is noted that if contamination is left in- 
place above cleanup levels for unrestricted use in Area A, an LUC for the area may 
need to be adopted and would be subject to management of tiie LUC by the NPS. 
Within Area B portions of the Phase I Area, an LUC will be implemented to prohibit 
unrestricted human land use of the property and PAHs above iiuman health cleanup 
levels will be maintained undercurrent caps or landscaping. 

• Phase 2 Area; Within the Phase 2 Area (which is entirely within AreaB), an LUC 
will be implemented to prohibit unrestiicted human land use of the property and 
PAHs above human health cleanup levels will be maintained under current caps or 
landscaping 1 Figure 2Bj. Once a decision is made regarding expansion of the Cnssv 
Field Marsh into the area, cleanup decisions for PAHs will be made in consultation 
with the RWQCB, prior to implementation of Phase 2. 

Relevant sections of the CAP that have been revised to address PAHs are as follows: 

• Section /. 5 Response to Stakeho/iler Coinineiits has been added to the CAP and the 
information above is presented in that sechon. 

• Seetioit 4,4.3 Atteniiitive 3 atid Section 4.4r4 Alternative 4 h^vebeej^ revised to 
include capping and LUCs to address PAHs as a component of the alternatives. 

• Section 4,5 Selected Atteniatives (and subsections) \id5 been revised to include 

capping and LUCs to address PAHs as a component of the selected alternatives. 

■ Section 5A Remedy Implementation (untt subsections) has been revised to describe 

how PAHs \sillbe addressed as part of tiie corrective action for the Phase I and 2 
Areas. 



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Section 5.2 Soil Conffniiafioti Samplmg Program has been revised to indicate how 

corrective ^c lion decisions regaining PAH results will be made for ihe Phase 1 and 2 
Areas. 

Section 5.6 Lii fid Use C out rot hdsbeen added lo describe Ihe LUC Ihat will be 
implemenled lo address residual PAHs lefl in-place wilhin Area B. 



CLEANUP OF METALS IN SOIL 

As discussed above, this CAP addresses contamination associaled wilh iietroleum releases, 
including TPH, PAHs, and BTEX. Certain melals arepreseni in soil at levels above backgi'ound 
concen Ira lions and cleanup levels. These metals inckide cadmium, chromium, lead, nickel, and 
zinc which are associaled wilh shallow fill material preseni benealh theSludy Area. The 
alternatives developed in this CAP for Area B include LUCs lo address metals lhat may be leftm 
place at concen Irahons above cleanup levels (Figure 2E of the Final CAP shows the LUC Zone). 
To Ihe e'ilent prac lie able, remediation of metals will beconducled so that no LUC is necessary 
within Area A. It is noted lhat if conlaminalion is left in-place above cleanup levels for 
nnreslricted use in Area A, an LUC for the area mav need to be adopled and would be subject to 
approval and management of the LUC by the NPS. 

Relevant sections of the CAP ihal have been revised lo address metals areas follows: 

■ Section L 5 Response ro St^kehott/er Comiiieiils has been added to Ihe CAP and the 
informahon above is presented in that sechon. 

■ Section 4.4.3 Aitenxative 3 and Section 4.4-4 Altertiiitive 4 have been revised to 
include capping and LUCs lo address metals as acomponent of the alteniahves. 

■ Section 4.5 Selected Attenialives (and subsections) \irs been revised lo include 
LUCs to address melals as a component of the selected alternatives. 

■ Section 5-1 Remedy Implementation {and subsections) has been revised to describe 
how metals will be addressed as part of the correchve action for the F*hase I and 2 
Areas. 

■ Section 5-2 Soil Confirmar ion Siimpting Program has been revised to indicate how 
correchve acnon decisions regaidmgmelai results will be made for Ihe Phase I and 2 

Areas. 

■ Section 5-6 Lund Use Coalrot has been added lodescnbe Ihe LUC lhat will be 
implemenled lo address metals in fill material within Area B. 



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DISSOLVED ARSENIC IN GROUNDWATER 

TheTriisl received several commenl^ regarding delec lions of arsenic in groundwater above The 
identified cleanup level of 10 micrograms per liter (jig/Ll, which is based on Ihe cleanup level 
for drinking walen Arsenic concentrations mgioundwaterinlermitleiilly exceed Ihis cleanup 
level in sampler from iwo seep locations (6I0SP0I and 6lOSF*02) and two monilorlng wells 

Lipgradient of the seeps (610GW102 and 6lOGW103).^ 

To address the comments on arsenic in groundwater, ihe Trust performed a detailed analysis of 
arsenic data in gjoundwaler at the Study Area and at other FVesidio sites, based on data collected 
through ihe Second Quarler 2005. This analysis is provided in Attachment A- 1 to this Response 
to Comments. The following conclusions were drawn from the analysis: 

• The dissolved arsenic and redox gioundwaler data collected at the Commissary/PX 
Study Area indicate ihat reducing conditions are present in areas with former 
petroleum releases. The elevaled dissolved arsenic concentralions above the cleanup 
level of 10 Mg/L in the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
Area are likely ihe result of reducing condilions in the area. 

• Reducing conditions are alsoappareni at olher petroleum -re lease sites at the Presidio* 
including the Building 1065 Area. Building 1349 Area, and Building 207/23 1 Area. 

• There does nol appear to be a relalionship between chloride levels and dissolved 
arsenic in groundwater al ihe Commissary/PX Study Area nor other neighboring siles 
near the Bay. Thus, alternative laboratory lechniques aimed al minimizing polenlial 
interference of chlondem arsenic analyses are not warranted. 

• Dissolved arsenic concentrations are expected to decrease (when reducing conditions 

are caused by jietroleum) after the petroleum in soil is remedialed and groundwater 

retunis to ambient condihons. 

In light of the above considerations, ihe Trust continues to believe that it is appropriate to 
monitor the effecis of source removal at the Commissary/PX Study Area. Therefore, ihe Final 
CAP does not contain an evaluation of active groundwater remediation alternatives to address 
arsenic, but includes Groundwater and Surface Water Monitonng as part of ihe soil correclive 
aclion remedy. 

The Trust noles that dissolved arsenic concentrations m gioundwaler samples from the 

Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal Area are below the Saltwater Ecological Protection 
Zone cleanup level of 36iig/L and^ iherefore, dissolved arsenic in groundwater does not pose a 
significant risk lo ecological receptors in theCrissy Field Marsh. We also note that it is 
extremely unhkely that shallow groundwater adjacent loCnssy Field Marsh will be used for 
drinking water purposes. This poini was acknowledged by RWQCB when soil cleanup levels 
were develoi>ed for Crissy Field. The Order slates: 



Arsenic also was dclcclcd al 17 |Jg/L in one grab ground vvalcr sample near ihc Former Railroad 

Tracks/Coal Bm area (600RRGG02J. 



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*'Crissv Field is treated differenllv because Ihereis a low piobabilily of ground water 
being used for municipal supply purposes in The near future. Although groundwatei in 
certain areas wilhinCrissy Field meels the criteria of Ihis Board's drinking water policy 
(Bo^rd Resokition B9-39), the probability of use for such purposes is minimal. Pumping 
ground waler in ihose portions of Crissy filed |sic] where ^rtifici^l fill lie [sic] on lop of 
bay mud is likely lo cause seawater intrusion and land subsidence, thus limiting the 
piobabilily of developing Ihese w^lers for snch use." 

Theinslances where dissolved arsenic m groundwater exceeds the drinking water cleanup level 
conform lo the conditions descnbed above in ihe RWQCB Order. Although the drinking water 
cleanup levels ^pply to all gi'oundwater in r strict sense, it is reasonable to tre^t the achievement 
of cleanup levels at Crissy Field differently dne to the low probability' of using Ihe groundwater 
at this location as a drinking water supply. Thus^in the Final CAP, arsenic concentrations above 
the drinking water level of 10 |jg/L are also evaluated against the Saltwater Ecological Protection 
Zone cleanup level of 36 |.Lg/L to determine if arsenic poses a potential threat to the Crissv Field 
Maish and assess the need for further action related to arsenic in groundwater. 

To provide better context for the arsenic detections in groundwater, the following sections of the 
CAP have been revised: 

• Section L5 Response to Stakeholder Comments \\-AS been added to the CAP and the 
information above is presented in that sechon. 

• Section 2,4.4 Groundwater Impact Summary — Arsenic has been revised to discuss 
dissolved arsenic concentrations reiahve to the Saltwater Ecological [Protection Zone 
cleanup level and includes a summary of the arsenic groundwater data evaluation in 
Attachment A-L 

■ Section 3.2.4 Groundwater COCs has been revised to discuss arsenic concentrations 

relative to the Sah water Ecological Protection Zone cleanup level 

■ Section 3.3.2 Identification of Remediat Units (R Us) - Groundwater ha^ been 
revised to provide further justification for why no formal groundwater RU has been 
established. 



RESPONSE TO INDIVIDUAL COMMENTS 

Comments James Ponton 

Associate Engineering Geologist 

Cahforma Regional Water Quality Control Boaid (RWQCB) 

Oakland, Califoniia 

12 August 2004 



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Commtnl 1: Staff is pleased with the recommended corrective measure for soil of excavation 

and offsitedispoi^al for the accessible areas of soil contamination. 

Response lo Comment 1: The RWQCB'scommenl and endorsement of ihe proposed 
correclive measuie foi Die Accessible Locations is noted (please nole that the term "Accessible 
RUs" has been changed lo "Accessible Locations" in ihe Final CAP to avoid confusion wilh RU 
tenninology). As described in ihis Response to Comments, our strategy' to implement onr 
cleanup of Ihe Accessible Localions will be phased in order to address several issues raised in 
various commenis and lo betler meet the goals of Ihis cleanup (see above discussion). 

Comment 2; The logic employed for treating in -place or excavaling if made available the less 
accessible soil makes sense. Please remember however, that Staff is eager to see 
the CAP implemented and completed so that Slaff can close the site (issue an 
NFA for j'ketroleum). 

Response to Comment 2: The RWQCB's comment and endorsement of treating Less 
Accessible Locations in-place or excavating, if made available, is noted. The Tiust shares the 
RWQCB's desire to implement Ihe CAP and move to site closure. Building 610 is planned for 
retail or recrealional use for Ihe foreseeable future. As described above, an LUC will be required 
to restrict soil disturbance due lo n on -petroleum PAHs and metals in fill material. Because 
Building 610 provides cover over ihe RUs and the LUC would further protec I polenlial receptors 
from exposure loCOCs, ihe recommended alteniative for Ihe Less Accessible Locations in the 
Final CAP is Allernahve 2, Capping and LUCs. [f ihe Crissy Field Marsh or associated buffer 
zone is expanded into the area of the building, Ihe TrusI will ihen either h"eat the Less Accessible 
Locations in-place or excavate^if made available. 

Comment 3; Slaff is intrigued by Ihe delecli on s of arsenic in groundwater and surface watei in 
the vicinity of 61 OS PO I and SP02. As I mentioned in an earlier email. Staff 
understands ihal elevated levels of chloride may interfere wilh Ihe ICP analysis of 
arsenic. Please review ihe lileratui"e and pursue wilh your lab contact. Along 
those lines, please include measurement of chlonde in gi'oundwaler and surface 
waler samples collected from this point forwaid. 

Response to Comment 3: The TrusI hasperfonned a detailed review of chloride and arsenic 
data in groundwater al ihe Commissary/PX Study Area and other neighboring Presidio sites. 
Please refer to Allachmeni A-1 for Ihis analysis. The data indicate Ihal there is no specific 
patlem related lo reported dissolved arsenic and chlonde concenlrahons in wells al Ihe site or 
other Presidio sites near the Bay. Instead, Ihe Trust believes thai ihe elevated arsenic 
concenlrahons in Ihe vicinity' of ihe Commissaiy seeps is a result of reducing condilions created 
by j'ketroleum releases, which has been obsei"ved at olher Presidio siles. Thus, alternative 
laboratory lechniques aimed at minimizing potential interference of chlonde m arsenic analyses 
are not warranted. 

Chloride analysis has been included in the Groundwater and Surface Waler Monitoring Program 
(see Section 5.5 of ihe Final CAP). 



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Comment 4: Please revie^^ the ground waler data that exists for the neighboring CAPsiles 

1207/23 1 and 637/638) to see if ihose sites manifesl similar increases in arsenic as 
ye sample and analyze points located proximal to the Bay. II is staffs 
understanding Ih at the mlerim dig for the Com/PX was backfilled wilh gravel (not 
soil). Slaff isnot sure how the leaching hypolhesis proposed in the Draft CAP 
would work given the absence of leachable soil upgradient of the seeps. 

Response to CommenI 4: The Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal Excavahon was 
backfilled wilh gravel (aggiegale drain rock) in Ihe lower 2.5 feel of Ihe excavation. A synlhelic 
geo-fabric was placed over Ihe gravel and covered wilh backft II consisting of clean on-site sand 
and g]"avel and clean imported silly sand. The clean native soil used as backfill and ihe nalive 
soil wilh remnant petroleum surrounding Ihe excavation and in the vicinity of the marsh may still 
provide an arsenic source. 

TheTrusI has perfoimed a detailed review of arsenic groundwater dala collected al Ihe 
Commissary/PX Sludy Area and olher neighbonng Presidio siles. Please refer lo 

AttachmenI A- 1 for this analysis. The data mdicale thai arsenic concentrahons do not increase 
with proximity' to Ihe Bay. Also, there does not appear lo be an mlerference of chloride in 
arsenic analyses. Inslead, the TrusI beheves Ihal the elevaled arsenic concenlrations in ihe 
vicinity of the Commissary seeps is a result of reducing condilionscrealed by pelroleum 
releases, which has been observed al other Presidio sites. 

Comment 5: Please review ihe cosi estlmales provided in Appendix D, Table D-7 for 

Allernalive4 to insure that backft Ihng and compachon costs are included in Ihe hst 
of restoralion achvihes provided on Table D-7. 

Response to CommenI 5: Coslestimalesm ihe Final CAP have been revised to include 
backftlhngand compachon costs. As discussed above, the CAP also has been revised to show a 
potenlial range ofcosis refleclinglhe unceilamly associated with Ihe volumes of affecled soil 
requinng coneclive action {from Scenario [- Lesser Impact Seen an o to Scenario [[- Greater 
Impaci Scenario). 



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Comments Jan Btum 

San Francisco, CBlifornia 
30 AugusI 2004 

Commtnt 1: Thank you for accepting public comineni on the Attemative for a Corrective 
Action Pl^n for The Commissary PX Are^. 

As you know, the sites in question contain hazardous substances including 
gasoline, diesel, fiiel, oil, PAHs, and BTEX as well as arsenic in groundwater. 
These contaminants Rve in both accessible and less accessible areas. 

Because so much is undecided about the futuredevelopment of the Commissary 
PXarea, including the proposed future expansion of Crissy Marsh, an expansion 
that possibly will be in the area nnder consideration for the CAP for the 
Commissary PX, the conshuction of Doyle Drive which will take place 
over/near/on this area, and the planned fnture connection to the Marin Post, I 
support a combinah on of Remedies which best protect this area for fnture use and 
especially for the possibility' of future nse for natural habitat. 

The recommended Remedy (Alternative 4) for Accessible Areas excavates and 
disposes, off -site, off all contaminated soil, beneficially cleaning out 12,652 cubic 
yards of contaminated soil; by far the highest percentage of all the contaminated 
soil in the area under insi^ech on. This remedy also includes groundwater 
monitoring and m situ soil treatment in only those areas where removal is beyond 
reach of convenhonal excavation equipment. This permanent protection remedy 
is the onlv way to ensure that contaminants cannot affect current or future use of 
this site which is next to some of the most vakied natural habitat on the Presidio, 
Cnssy Marsh, and therefore, represents the most cost effective remedy overtime. 

Additionally, I support a flexible Correction Action Plan for the Less Accessible 
Areas. That is, I support Alternative 4 (off site disposal with groundwater 
monitoring) or Alternative 3 [in situ treatment), if Building 610 (the Commissary) 
is not to be demolished within 5 years. 

Response to Comment 1: Ms. Blum's comment and endorsement of the proposed corrective 

measure for the Accessible and Less Accessible Locations is noted. Please note that as descnbed 
in this Response to Comments, onr strategy to implement cleanup of the Accessible Locahons 
will be phased in order to address several potential issues raised in various comments and to 

better meet the goals of this cleanup {ses above discussionj. 



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Comments Brian Ullen5>'ang 

National Park Seivic* (NPS) 
San Franc iaco, California 
September 2004 

General ComnienI from Cover Letter: Our most significanr concern relates to the 
levels of dissolved arsenic in Ihe ground waler and ^^hethe^ the 
groundwater conditions and consideration of possible alternatives to 
correct this problem have been adequately discussed m this CAP. E'ii sting 
Presidio data indicate that the elevated arsenic is a result of a past 
petroleum reledse. In addition to this significant concern, we have 
identified other important concerns m the attached comments. 

77^1^ CAP needs marc discilsston ofihe existing groilndymler 

conlaminatson tiiid llri; fiiojM'si^d givfiutdyvtiler remedy needs to be 
sjipffj/led by dala. Existing data indicate that arsenic conlamination in 
the groundwater likely resulted from impacts of a past petroleum spill. 
The potential impacts of this contamination onNPS i"esources, including 
Cnssy Marsh, can be clearly seen on Figure 15 of the CAP. The Ti"ust 
has been collecting groundwater data from this area for two years and yet 
this CAP does not provide any substantive discussion of the results, nor 
any evaluation of whether the data support the proposed aj'iproach to 
address the arsenic contamination. Arsenic is currently found above the 
cleanup levels in gioundwaler at the CommissaiT/PX study area and yet 
monitoring is proposed as the appropriate action to address this problem. 
The CAP does indicate that the arsenic is due to changed gi'oundwater 
conditions re sullmg from a peholeum release. However, the CAP is 
missing any discussion of whether removal of the petroleum soui"ce alone 
will reverse these changed conditions and lower the arsenic levels. The 
CAP should include a proposed remedy that is demonstrated to result in a 
lowering of the arsenic levels to below the cleanup levels in an 
appropriate timeframe. It is not clear that source removal and 
monitoring, alone, is likely to achieve that goal. 

Response to General CommenI: The Trust hasperfonned a detailed review of arsenic data 
in gi'ound water at the Commissary/PX Study Area and other Presidio sites. Please refer to 
Attachment A- 1 for this analysis. The following are conclusions from the analysis: 

• The dissolved arsenic and redos gioundwaler data collected at the Commissary/PX 
Study Area indicate that reducing conditions are present in areas with former 
petroleum releases. The elevated dissolved arsenic concenfrations above the cleanup 
level of 10 MS^ '" the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
Area are likely the result of reducing conditions in the area. 



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• Reducing conditions are aUo apparent at other petroleum -re lease sites at Ihe Presidio, 
including the Building 1065 Area, Building 1349 Area, and Building 207/23 1 Area. 

■ Dissolved arsenic concentralions are expecled to decrease (when reducing coiidi lions 

are caused by ]ien"oleuin) after Ihe petroleum in soil is remediated and groundwaler 

retunis to ambieiilcondihons. 

In lighl of Ihe above considerahons, ihe Trust conlinues to believe Ihat it is appropriate lo 
monitor the effecis of source removal al Ihe Commissar\'/PX Sliidy Area. Therefore, ihe Final 
CAP does not conlain an evaluation of aclive groundwater remedialion allernalives lo address 
arsenic but includes Ground water and Surface Waler Moniloring as pari of Ihe soil correc live 
aclion remedy. 

Comment 1; Not a!l soil conlcimiralt'on !s addressed by the pi-oposed remedies. 

Seclion 2A1.5 (Sii'i Melals and Arsenic j idenlifies iwo areas where lead in soil 
was detecled above ihe cleanup levels, Ihe LTTD Area and an area north of 
Buildmg 610. The discussion mdicales ihal Ihe lead in ihe LTTD Area is likely 
relaled lo the conlamination at the Building 633 Pstol Firing Range. Because 
lead does not ap]>ear lobe associated wilh pefroleum il is not retained as a F*COC. 
While Ihis approach maybe adequale to address the lead in ihe LTTD Area (since 
it will be included in IheCERCLA cleanup plans for Ihe Pislol Range}, Ihe lead 
above cleanup levels observed norlh of Building 610 remains unaddressed. In 
addition to lead in soil al localion 600GW106, the shallow soils in ihis area norlh 
of Building 610 also have PAH contamination above Ihe cleanup levels (see CAP 
Figure 12). The proposed remedies should be revised lo address all contaminanis 
thai are found al levels above the cleanup levels. In addition, Ihe data should be 
reviewed lo insure lhal Ihe physical scope of Ihe proposed remedies will 
adequately address all areas wilh contaminalion above ihe cleanup levels. 

Response to Comment 1: A Iota! of seven out of approximately 310 soil samples 
(approximately 1%) collecled throughoul ihe Commissaiy/PX Sludv Area had lead 
cone en iralions exceeding the soil cleanup level of 300mg/kg, which is based on Ihe Ecological 
Buffer Zone Cleanup Level (Oclober 30, 2002 Devetofimeril of Presidio-Wide Cleanup Levels 
for Soil Sedimenf, Gri>undwa!cr and Surface Watery prepai"ed by Erier Si. Kalmowski, Inc.)- We 
note Ihat only three soil samples (approximalely 1^ of Ihe tolal) had concentrations exceeding 
the residenlial cleanup level of 400 mg/kg: one sample from Ihe Former Building 633 Firing 
Range CERCLA site (LTTDSB0I[5.0| al 560 mg/kg), one sample from the Coal Slorage Area 
and Former Railroad Tracks CERCLA site (604SB03[3.5Ial 1300 mg/kg), and one sample from 
the area undeniealh Doyle Drive, outside the fonnalCommissary/PX Sludy Area boundary 
(600SB ]06[2| at 5 10 mg/kg). 

All lead concentrations exceeding the CAP cleanup level wilhin the Study Area ultimately wiU 
be addressed Ihrougli a corrective action under Ihe CAP program or remedial action under the 
CERCLA program. As implied in Ihe comment, the lead exceedances at the Former Building 
633 FiringRangeCERCLAsile[LTTDSBOI)andlheCoa]Slorage Area and Fonner Railroad 
TracksCERCLAsile[6O4SB03) will be addressed during Ihe CERCLA process. The se lee led 
remedial aclion for these siles are documenled in ihe Draft Remediat Aclion Pliiii (RAP), Baker 



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Beaclr Dhiiirbed Areui I, I A, 2. and 2A and Twenty-Seven Olfrei' Main Insltilkilion Siles 
fMACTEC, 2004). The remaining lead ei'iceed^nces wirhm ihe Sludv Area will be addressed 
under this CAP. Two lead exceedances (613SB07 ^nd 617SB06) occur wirhm RUs idenlified in 
the CAP and will be addressed during CAP implementation. Two remaining le^d exceedances 
(600GWI05 and 600GWI06j are beneath the Doyle Drive elevated roadway and ^re outside ihe 
formal Study Are^ bound^iy. However, Ihe Final CAP has been revised to include ihe area 
Lindernealh ihe Doyle Drive ro^dw^y in Ihe LUC which will be iinplemenled to address metals ni 
fill malerial throLighoLiI Ihe Study Area (see Figure 2B). Seclion 2.4.1.5 has been revised lo 
include the ^bove infonnation. 

Comment 2; Dissolved lead in gioundwaler. 

The CAP should clearly and fully present the exten I and nature of any dissolved 
lead Ihat was observed in ihe gioundwalen Section 2.4.3.4 (Six Metals and 
Arsenic) identifies thai le^d has been detected in groundwater samples at the site 
and fuilher idenhfies Ih^l lead exceeded CAP ground walei cleanup levels. Other 
than Ihese two identifications, Ihe lead findings are nol discussed in this seclion. 
The discussion does, however, refer Ihe reader to Figure B-7 and Table C-10. 
Figure B-7 does not include r presenlalion of lead dala, and ihedala showing the 
lead detec lion or exceedance are nol included in Table C -10. Furlher discussion 
and analysis in the CAP is required. 

Reapoiiae to Comment 2: Seclion 2.4.3.4 has been revised lo refer the reader to Figure 9 
(previous Dr^fl CAP Figure 16) instead of Figure B-7 ^nd discuss bolh tolal and dissolved le^d 
concenlrahons in groundwater and seep samples. Table C- 10 includes all Ihe leaddala for 

groundwater and surface waler through ihe Second Quarler 2005 and Figure 9 (previous Draft 
CAP Figure 1 6) shows results for parameters ih^l exceeded cleanup levels, including lead. 
Dissolved lead has not been delected i n gi'oundwaler or seep water samples. Tolal lead 
concenlralions in seep samples have ranged between 6.4 and 16 |.Lg/L at 6I0SF*02 and 2.4 and 
18 jig/Lal 610SP01; Ihough theduphcale and control laboratory duplicate samples resuhs were 
9.7 and 300 |.Lg/L,respeclively [Table C-lOj. At therequesi of DTSC, unfillered seep samples 
were collected for use in ecological risk comparisons. However, because Ihe saltwater 
ecological criteria used in Ihe CAP from the B^sin Plan are expressed in teims of dissolved 
concentrations, rather Ih^n total concentrations, it is more appropriate to compare the dissolved 
concentrahons to Ihe Saltwater Ecological Prolechon Zone cleanup levels in Ihe CAP lo assess 
the potential for water quality impacts for ecological receptors. 

Commtnt 3: Organic Compounds in Guitindmiler. 

Section 2.4.4 (Groundwater Impact Summary, Organic Compoundsl describes 
that TPHg, ethylbenzene, toluene, and xylenes have been reported, pnmarily in 
the northwestern comer of the study area where they were present pnor to the 
Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal. There are no data for these 
chemicals, pnor to the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal, presented in 
Appendix C of Ihe CAP. The giound water data collected by the Army in this area 
of the Presidio, which would include d^la from before the Commissary Seeps 
Interim Source Removal should be included in Ihe dat^ presenlalion in this CAP. 
These d^la would include data from wells EBPPOl, EBPPOIA, EBPP02, EBPP03, 



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EEPPCBA, EBPP04, EBPTOS. EEPP05A, EBPP06, and EBPP06A. In addition, 
Seclion 2AA indicates Ihat the detections and concenlrations of ihese compounds 
have decreased over lime. The basis for ihis assertion should bedescnbed^ since 
this trend is not appaient from data presented m Append! sC. 

Response to Comment 3: 

The following tei'it has been ^dded toSechon 2.4.4: 

'To comply with the RWQCB Older Number 96-070, the Army conducted a Petroleum 
Hydrocarbon Bioassay and Point of Compliance Concentr^h on Determination Study in ihis area 
in 1997 which included the installation and sampling of a series of small -diameter microwells 
using direct-push dn Ding methodologies (microwells EBPPOl through EBPP6A, Figure 3). 
Groundwater samples collected from the microwells in M^rch 1 997 did not contain detectable 
levels of TPHgand BTEX (IT. 1997b). 

In mid -November 1999. the Trust became aware that groundwater seeps in the southwest comer 
of the newCrissy Field hdal marsh (610SPOI and 6I0SP02|, contained detectable concentrations 
of TPHg (Figure 3|. Throughout 2000, the Trust conducted a series of investigahons to identify 
and delineate the source of TPHg in the seeps includmg monthly samphngof the seeps (Table C- 
7). The Trust also collected shallow groundwater grab samples withm Mason Street and near the 
seep locations using direct-push dnlhngand HydroPunch^^^ sampling methods. As documented 
in the Trust's C^minihsiirv S^epi Inl^rim Sinirie R^moviif Adrcn Plan (Trust, 2000), TPHg in the 
seep samples ranged up to 810 [ig/Land shallow groundwater TPHg concentrations up to 
3,400 |ig/L before removal was conducted. Soil in themajonty of this area was excavated as 
part of the Commissary Seeps Interim Soume Removal Action (Figure 3) conducted m 200 L 
Since removal was conducted, the highest TPHg concentration detected m seep samples has been 
240 i-Lg/L and the highest concentration detected in monitonng wells upgradient of the seeps 
(6I0GWI0I through 6I0GWI03) has been 430 jig/L." 

Trust, 2000. Commissary Seeps Interim Source Reniavai Action Plan. October. 

Coniment 4: Ai-setiic in groundwater. 

The discussion of the arsenic m groundwater observations indicates thai it is 
believed that the elevated dissolved arsenic in groundwater is due to the 

subsurface geochemical conditions related to the histoncal and cuirent tidal marsh 
and the degradation of historical i>elroleum releases. These two different 
hypotheses for the explanation of the dissolved arsenic should be explored by 
companson with exishngdata from other Piesidio locations. For example, arsenic 
data from other Presidio petroleum sites should be reviewed to see if elevated 
dissolved arsenic has an association with I) petroleum release sites, 2| petroleum 
release locations near Cnssy Marsh, or 3) the site's proximity to Crissy Marsh 
regai"dless of past petroleum releases. A iireliminaty review of groundwater data 
from the Building 1349 petroleum site [not located near Crissy Marsh j, indicates 
that dissolved arsenic is elevated in the wells located in the area of past petroleum 
releases and not at the non-peholeum impacted well locations and as is discussed 



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in the Rcvhed F^iisrbiUfy Sf/idy, Main Irisliifliilinn Si!^s, this ^^sociation has 
already been shown and descnbed urrhe Building 1065 sile. The CAP should 
more Ihoroiighlv explore Ihe existing Presidio data on Ihis subject and avoid 
suggesting hyj'kollieses which are no! supporled by thedala. 

Reapoiiae to Comment 4: TheTmsl hasperfonned a detailed review of arsenic data in 
ground walei at theCommissary/PXSludy Area and olher Presidio siles. Please refer lo 
Atlachmenl A- 1 for this analysis. The following are conclusions from Ihe analysis: 

• The dissolved arsenic and redox gioundwaler data collecled at the Commissary/PX 
Study Area indicate ihal reducing conditions are present in areas with former 
pelrolenm releases. The elevaled dissolved arsenic concentrations above the cleanup 
level of 10 Mg^L in the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
Area are likely ihe resull of reducing condilions in Ihe area. 

■ Reducing conditions are alsoappareni at olher pelrolenm -re lease siles al Ihe Presidio, 
including the Building 1065 Area, Building 1349 Area, and Building 207/23 1 Area. 

• There does not appear to be a relationship between chlonde levels and dissolved 
arsenic in groundwater al the Commissary/PX Study Area nor other neighboring sites 
near the Bay. 

■ Dissolved arsenic concentrations are expected to decrease (when reducing conditions 
are caused by jietroleum) after Ihe petroleum in soil is remediated and groundwater 

retunis to ambient condihons. 

In light of the above considerations, Ihe Tru si continues lo believe that it is appropriate lo 
monitor the effecis of source removal al Ihe Commissary/PX Study Area. Therefore, ihe Final 
CAP does not contain an evaluation of active groundwater remediation allernalives lo address 
arsenic, but includes Groundwater and Surface Waler Monilonng as pari of ihe soil correclive 
aclion remedy. 

Comment 5: /" i'tl/i Iicdlrnenl. 

All of the ^'fj siln treatment technologies considered in the CAP nlilize oxidizers or 
the inh'oduction of oxygen into ihe subsurface environment. The effect that this 
trealmenl might have on the elevaled levels of dissolve arsenic in ihe gi oundwaler 
should be discussed. If il isdelermmed lhal Ihe use of one or more of these 
trealmenl lechnologies wonid have a positive effect on ihe levels of dissolved 
arsenic in Ihe groundwater, then Ihis should be inckided in ihe evaluation and 
selection of soil remedies at the site. 

Response to Comment 5: Section 4.4.3 of Ihe CAP text has been revised to discuss how In 
i!lti oxidizing irealmenis would create conditions thai would be more oxidizing ihan thecurrenl 
conditions, which would be favorable for decreasing the concentrations of dissolved arsenic in 
groundwater. The following texl has been added to Section 4.4.3: 



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"As discussed above m Section 2.4.4, reducing conditions i n gi'oundwaler al Pi'esidio petroleum 
sites ire assocmled ^^ith elevated dissolved arsenic concentrations. Thus, the addition of 
oxidizing iw jrV^i treatments should re^ull in less reducing condilions, which would be favorable 
for decreasing the concentt-ations of soluble arsenic m gioundwater and surface water seeps." 

Comment 6: Conjiniiol\on Sampl'mg — Soil. 

The frequency of confirmation sampling proposed for the Accessible Soil Unils is 
significantly less than ihe frequency of sampling thai was proposed and used for 
the adjacent, similar jietroleum ei'icavations at Ihe Commissary Seep Interim 
Source Removal and Ihe Building 637 CAP. This CAP proposes ihalconfirmahon 
samples be collected every 50 feel along the excavation side^^alls and ouce per 
eveiT2^CMD square feet of excavation bottom. The previous petroleum sites in this 
area of Cnssv Field collected confirmation sampling every 25 feet of excavation 
sidewall and once per eveiy 625 square feet of excavation bottom. The CAP does 
not provide any basis for the reduction of the confirmation sampling frequency 
from what has been used m the past, and the frequency of confirmation sauipling 
should not be reduced. 

Response to Comment 6: Confirmation sampling for removals at the Presidio have used 
confinnation sampling frequencies based on the general size of the excavations. For ei'iample, 
for Landfill 4, a 50- by 50-foot samphnggrid was used with one bottom sample collected per 
eveiy 2^00 square feet of excavation area and sidewall samples collected every 50 feet. Lajidfill 
4 had an estimated surface area of 58,500 square feet. Given the anticipated area of the 
excavations at theCommissary/PX Area, confirmahon samples will be collected every 25 feet of 
excavation sidewall and once I'lei every 625 square feet of ei'icavation bottom. For areas outside 
of the 150-foot Crissy Field Marsh buffer zone, if an individual excavation becomes 
considerably larger than anticipated [greater than 50,000 square feet), the sampling frequency 
will be changed to 50 feet of excavation sidewall and once per evei"v 2^CMD square feet of 
excavation bottom. For each excavation, a minimum of one bottom and four sidewall 
confinnation samples wiU be collected. Section 5.2 of the CAP has been modified to reflect 
these changes. 

Comment 7: Grouiidwistei- and Siiifac^ Water Mariitonng. 

The proposed groundwater monitoring remedy selected to address the dissolved 
arsenic exceedances should be expanded to collect data which will provide greater 
understanding of the problem and provide a basis for detennining that the 
groundwater condihons are improving. For ciample, collection of Oxidation 
Reduchon Potential (ORP)datais proposed for pait of the monitoring program, 
but as descnbed in the Tmst's Revised FeiisrbiUlv Sliidv, Main Inslalfalrcn Sties 
ORP IS difficult to accurately measure in the field and does not provide a reliable 
indicator of redox stale. The monitonng should include all of the specific redox 
couples that are relevant to the understanding of the arsenic llfA' redox couple 
and the overall groundwater redox conditions. In addition, the monitonng should 
be based on a thorough review of the nearly two years of data that have already 
been collected bv the Tnjst from wells in this area. Do these data indicate that the 



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arsenic levels have begun to dec line in the two years since the petroleum 
conlaminaled soil was removed? If Ihevdoiiot, what evidence suggeslsrhal such 
a Irend would begjn now or be shown by addilional monitoniig alone. 

Response to Comment 7: TheTmst has performed a detailed retiew of arsenic data in 

groundwateiat theCommissary/PXSludy Area and olhei" Presidio sites. Please refeito 
Attachment A- 1 for this analysis. The analysis shows ihat arsenic c oncenlrati on s have begun to 
dechneat the majority of locations near the Commissary seeps. Dissolved arsenic concenh"ation5 
are expected to decrease (when reducing conditions are caused by petroleum) after the petroleum 
in soil IS remediated and gioundwaler returns lo ambient conditions. 

Seclion 5.5 of the Final CAP presents the revised Phase 1 groundwater m on ilorlng program that 
willbeimj'klemented under this CAP. Groundwater and surface water samples from monitoring 
wells and seep locations m ihe vicinity of the Commissary Seeps and Building 610 will be 
analyzed for arsenic and relaled conshtuenls on a quarterly basis to assess whelher arsenic 
concentrations in wells and seep samples at the site show trends over time and further evaluate 
the relationship between arsenic concentrations, TPH concentrations. Bay Mud, or other factors 
that affect redox condihons and therefore, the solubility of arsenic in groundwater. Samples 
collected will be analyzed for the following parameters: 

■ Dissolved arsenic, iron, manganese, and aluminum (EPA 6010-6020) 

• Total arsenic, iron, manganese, and aluminum (EPA 6010-6020), at seep locations 
only 

■ General chemistry parameters: alkalinity (total), bicarbonate, carbonate, chloride, 
fluoride, nitrate as N, and nitrite as N, and sulfate (by various analytical methods) 

■ Sulfide (EPA 376.2/SW9030) 

" Total dissolved sohds lEPA 160.1) 

" Total Organic Carbon (TOC) (SW 9060) 

• Field parameters including dissolved oxygen (DO), specific conductance, and pH. 

Comment 8: Iiiipiemenfalioit Schedule. 

This discussion of the proposed implementation schedule should be expanded to 

include a timeframe for the preparation and submittal of the Accessible Area and 
the Less Accessible Work Plans. 

Response to Comment 8: Section 5.1 provides the updated CAP implementation schedule 
milestones pursuant to Task I of the RWQCB Older. In addition, the text has been revised to 
state ^The Phase I CAP Implementation Work Plan for the selected alternative will be submitted 
within two months following regulatory approval of the Final CAP. The Phase 2 CAP 
Implementation Work Plan will be prepared withm 6 months of a determination concerning the 
Cnssy Field Marsh expansion or submitted no later than I September 2008." 



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CoQimpnl •>: Section 2AA Groundwater Impact Summary, page 19 

This section refei5 Ihe reader to a web page found al UR.L 
http:/^w w w.ec ou sa .nel^lo >;ic s/chc B . shm L I . Arrempts made to access ihis vnsb sile 
on AUgU5l:3. and August 24-, 2004 were unsuccebsfuL The web sile address or 
reference should be updated lo provide a usable lesource. 

Response lo Comment 9: The URL has been revised in the test to 

h[lp:/^w\s'w .ec Q u sa. net/toxics/c he 13 . shtni I 

Comment Ifli Section 2.4.4 Groundwater Impact Summary, page 20 

The diicuifiion regarding the g]"ound\^aler detections of chloroform indicates that 
chlorofoni] is frequently detected in low concentrations in the Trust's 
groundwater monilonng program Source Water Blanks. It appears that this is 
intended to ^ugge^t that the groundwater detections may be related to source 
water contamination. Data from both the Commisiarv SI and Groundwater 
Monitoring Program have gone through data vaLdation and review. Those data 
which were suspecldue to blank contamination or for other reai^ons were 
quaLfied. Any additional suggestion of da I a problems should be suppoiled bv 
additional diita analysis, otherwise the data should be considered vaLd as 
presented. 

Response to Comment 10: Section 2.4.4 has been revised. The statement "Chloroform is also 
frequently delected at low concentrations in the source water blank quality control samples of the 
Presidio-wide Quarterly Groundwater Monitoring Program (Tread well & Rollo» Inc. 2004a)"' 
was not intended to suggest that chloroform detections were associated with source blank 
contamination and has been deleted. The following sentence has been added; ''Chloroform 
detections al [his and other sites at the Presidio (Building 1065, Building 207/231, Battery Howe 
Wagner, Direclorate of Engineering and Housing) have generally ranged fromO.OS to 19 jJg/L, 
well below thechloioform cleanup level of SO |ig/L." 

Comment 111 Section 3.2.3 Soli COCs, page 23 

This section indicates thai [here were metals detected above the cleanup levels, 
but they were not associated with Motor Pool releases and [herefore were not 
retained as sile COCs. As noted in Comment #1, lead was delected in the soil al 
location &00GWI06, as were PAHs. PAHs were retained as site COCs. There are 
no data presented which might ^ugge^t that lead and PAH^ were nol related at this 
location. Lead should be retained as a COC. 

Response to Comment 11: Section 3.2.3 has been revised lo include metals detected in soil 
above cleanup levels as COCs. The tex[has been modified as follows: 

"As discussed in Section 2.4.1.5, tiie 31 concluded that elevated metal concentrations were not 
associated with Motor Pool releases, bu[ are associated with the shallow fill material present 
beneath the Study Area. However, potennal risk associated with these metals must be managed; 
therefore, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc are also retained as soil COCs for 
theCommissary/PX Study Area." 



Dcccrabcf 2005 A-19 



Comment 12: Seclion4.1 Identification and Screening of Potenlial Soil Remedial! on 
Technologies, 3. Cos! Effectiveness, page 2S 

This seclion indicates that ground water remedial technologies or groundwaler 
remedial ^Iteniatives were not deemed w^n anted for this CAP, and Ihat this 
decision is fuilher explained in Section 3.5. There is no Seclion 3.5 included in 
this version of IheCAP, and we ^^ere unable lo locale ihis furlher explanation 
elsewhere in the document. If a review of Ihe 2 years of existing data (see 
Comment #7) suggesis thai ihe current groundwater condi lions and dissolved 
arsenic levels are not reluming lo nonnal, and ihere has been no groundwaler 
remedial technologies or alternahves consideralion in IheCAP, Ihen a 
groundwater remedial allernalive evaluation would be needed (in a separale 
documentj. Creahng a separale, extra documenl would not be lime or funding 
efficienl. This evaluation should be included in IheCAP. 



Response to Comment 12: The text of Section 4.1 has been revised lo reference Ihe reader to 
Section 3.3. 

TheTmsl hasperfonned a detailed review of arsenic data in groundwater al the Com mis sary/PX 
Study Area. Please refer to Allachmeni A-l for Ihis analysis. Based on the analvsis, the Trust 
continues to beheve that it is appropriale lo monitor Ihe effects of source removal at the 
Commissary/PX Study Area. Therefore, Ihe Final CAP does nol contain an evaluation of active 
groundwaler reniedi ah on alternatives lo address arsenic. 

Arsenic concenh"alions are well below Ihe Saltwaler Ecological FVolection Zone cleanup level of 
36 p.g/L and, therefore, dissolved arsenic in groundwater does nol pose a significani risk lo 
ecological receptors in iheCrissy Field Marsh. Although concenlrations are intermittenlly above 
the drinking water cleanup levels, il is highly unlikelv thai water from ihe seeps and nearby 
groundwater will ever be used for drinking waler. The Tiiist believes thai il is inappropriate to 
consider groundwater remedialion aliernatives lo address arsenic becausef 1) the limited area of 
affected groundwaler poses no unacce]"Hable risk lo curreni receptors that would require an 
action, (2) il is extremely unlikely that this area of affecled water adjacent loCrissy Field Marsh 
will ever be used for drinking water, and (3) remediation of peholeum likelv will result in 
dissolved arsenic concentrahons lo decrease below the drinking water cleanup level. 

Under the selected corrective action for Ihe soil RUs, Phase I groundwater monitoring will be 
conducted until implementation of Ihe Phase 2 conective achon. In Ihe Phase 2 CAP 
[mplem entail on Work Plan, Ihe arsenic and other groundwater data will be reviewed to assess 
the need for fuilher monitoring. Under Phase 1 CAP implementation, an LUC to restrict use of 
groundwater in the area for drinking water purposes will be implemented. The LUC will be 
retained for long-term management of groundwaler, if necessary, until chemical concenlrations 
ingroundwater are below dnnking water cleanup levels. 



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Comment 13: Seclion4.1 Identification and Screening of Potential Soil Remediation 
Technologies, Ex Situ Soil Treatment, p^ge30 

The CAP states tlial ex siln treatmeni was nol retained for furtlier evaluation 
because il would not be desirable in Ihis highly used area. This assumes thai Ihe 
ex sriii ireatment i s performed on sile. Options for excavation with off sile 
treatmeni pnor to disposal should be considered and compared lo tlie current 
prefeired allernalive of excavation and landfill disposal without Ireatment. 

Response to Comment 13: To address this comment, the following texl has been added lo the 

subsechon on E\ Sriti Soil Treatment, Section 4.1 .5: 

"Under current disposal market conditions in California, treating Class [[ soil to meet Class III 

acceptance criteria, whether performed onsile or offsite, is not cost effechve. The difference 
between Ihe unit rale disposal costs for Class II soil (t35/ton) and Class III soil (S24/ton) is 
appro'iimately S9/lon. The cost for treating soil to meet Class HI acceptance criteria (either 
onsite or offsite J is likely much greater than t9/ton. Ex siln treatment would onlv address TPH 
and PAHs. Low -level metals in the soil would remain, resulting in a need to perform sampling 
and analysis, including leaching teshng, for disposal purposes. Even after treatment for TPH and 
PAHs, the soil may not qualify for Class III disposal because of metals present in the soil. This 
addihonal sampling and analysis ^^onld also add to the cost of the ex i'tUi treatment option. 
Other disadvantages for on-site and off-site treatment are discussed below. 

Ex-situ Oit-Sife Soil Treafmeitl Prior Ic Disfiosal Oj]-Ssle. There are numerous logistical reasons 
why on-site treatment is not desirable. Construction and operation of high -profile ex stiu soil 
treatment units is undesirable m this public, highly used and visited area. Stockpiling and 
treating affected soll^vould cause nuisance issues (^visual impact, odors) and utilize needed 
parking areas. 

Ex-siUt Ojj-S\le Soif Trealmeiif Pitoi- U> Disfiosat. There are a limited number of facilities that 
will treat petroleum -affected soil prior to disposal as Class III waste. Tran spoliation to such 
fecilihes would increase costs by an additional $25 or more per ton. Treatment costs at off-site 
fecilihes also are very higli. For example, Envirogi'een Recycling located in Vancouver, Canada 
would treat and recycle the treated soil for other industrial uses at acost of S65 toSE5 per Ion, 
not including transportation costs. Transportation and treatment costs would be much greater 
than the additional SWion to simply dispose the soil at a Class [[ facility. 

For these reasons, ex sUn treatment piior to off-site disposal is not retained for further 
consideration." 

Comment 14: Section 4.1 Identification and Screening of Potential Soil Remediation 

Technologies, Excavation and Off -Site Disposal (supplemented by oxygen 
releasing product, if necessaiy), page 30 

The description of this technology (excavation) indicates that if the deeper 
contamination can not be reached with Ihe excavation technologies then ORC<a 
could be placed in Ihe excavation. In order to fully evaluate Ihis technology at this 



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site, a comparison of Ihe excavation depths thai m^y be reached with the 
considered equipment should be m^de lo the depths where contamination has 
been observed. If contamination is expecled below the reach of Ihe excavalion 
technology, based on this comparison, llien ihe specific details regarding the 
placemeni of ORC© should be provided. As discussed in Comment #5, Ihe 
potenlial of ORG'S, or other oxidizing agents, loimpaci ihe elevated dissolved 
arsenic levels should be considered and discussed. 

Response to Comment 14: The text in Section 4. 1.6 has been revised as follows to address this 
commeni: "Excavalion is a praclical source conlrol measure Ihat ^^OLlld be apphcable lo the 
condihons at the Comniissary/PX Study Area siles. Conventional excavation lechnologies [e.g. 
excavalors, backhoes, elc)can remove soil conlammahon to a depth of approximalely 15 feel bgs 
withoLiI shoring. Fifteen feel bgs is beyond ihe maximum an lie i paled deplh of conlami nation at 
each soil RU including any smear zone con lamination. The majonty of Ihe conlammation is 
located in ihe upper 5 feet of the subsurface. In addilion, the presence of Bay Mud at 
approximately 7 lo 8 feel bgs in Ihe norlheni portion of ihe Study Area limils the depths to which 
conlaminanis mighl have migraled. Wood, asphall, concrete and vegelative waste are nol 
thoLighl lobe present in sufficient volumes at each soil RU to make recycling practicable. Off- 
site disposal moves pelroleiim -affected soil from ilsciirrenl localion lo an approved off-site 
disposal facilily. As staled above, it is anticipated thai conventional excavalion lechnologies 
would be able to remove smear zone conlammation. However, in Ihe unhkely event that 
excavalion lechnologies could not completely remove ihe deeper pelroleum conlamination, 
oxygen releasing produci (e.g. ORC^ could be placed in Ihe excavation area lo complele the 
remediation of any remaining contamination. This produci is selecled over the other in situ 
technologies described above in Seclion4.1.4 because it can be easily spread or applied in an 
open excavalion wilhout the use of specialized equipmeni, injeclion wells, or piping required by 
olher j?f i!lii lechnologies. A detailed oulline of Ihe potenlial aj'iplicalion of an oxygen releasing 
produci in combinalion wilh excavalion would be presented in Ihe CAP Implementalion Work 
Plans [Sechon 5.0)." 

Please also see Ihe Response to Commeni #5. 



Comment 15: Secli on 4.4.3 Allernalive3 -In Sitii Soil Remedialion (Less Accessible Unils), 
page 33 

This discussion indicales that in .uln soil remediation is not considered for the 
Accessible Units because of ihe "large number of cosl-prohibitive borings" Ihat 
would be required. The reason why this would becosi prohibitive is not clear. At 
the adjacent Building 637 Site, the Tru si injected ORCe into Ihe subsurface using 
direct push technology and it appeared Ihat due lo Ihe shallow nalure of 
conlaminalion in this area thai ihis method of application was cost effechve. It 
would be helpful loj'irovide some supporl for the slalement thai ihecosi of Ihe 
borings for trealmeni applicahon would be cost prohibi live. 



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Response to Comment 15: The following information ha^ been added To Section 4.1^ of 
tlieCAP: 

'Tlie volume of soil requiring Ireatment in bolh the shallow and deep zones of the Accessible 
Locahoiis IS apj'iroxim^lely 12,000 yd , assuming the inlerprelation of affected soil shown on 
Figures I7A ^nd ISA [Scen^no I - Lesser Impact Scenano). The range of TPHgconcenlrahons 

exceeding cleanup levels in shallow soil (0-3 feel bgsj is 30 Io520mg/kg; for TPHd is ISO lo 
1.400 mg/kg; and forTPHfois 170 to 7,900 mg/kg (Figure II). The range of TPHg 
concenlrations exceeding cleanup levels in deep soil (3 to 10 feel bgs)is 1,100 lo 2,600 mg/kg 
forTPHdis230lo 1 ,500 mg/kg; and forTPHfois 150 to 1,800 mg/kg [Figure 12). 

For Ihe purposes of calcnialingihe amouni of ORC-Advanced^^^ needed for soil Ireahnent, an 
average concenh"ali on of TPHg, TPHd, and TPHfo for the entire h'eatment ^rea needs lobe 
eslimated. Based on the ^v^ihble d^l^, ^n average concentr^li on of 70 mg/kg TPHg, 100 mg/kg 
TPHd, and 1,100 mg/kg TPHfo, for an overall average of 1,270 nig/kg of lotal TPH was 
assumed. Using ihe proprietary software provided by a manufacturer of oxygen release 
compound (ORG -Advanced^ "by Regenesis, Inc. [Regenesis, 20O4]j, Ihe calculated quantily 
of ORG required lo treat 1 2,030 yd of soil with an average concentrah on of 1,270 mg/kg TPH is 
863,628 pounds at acosi of $8 per pound or a lotal malenalscosi of S6, 909,026 (plus California 
sales tax and shipping). Thecosi of applying Ihe ORC, whether by means of excavation, mixing 
with a pugmill, and backfilling or direcl injeclion via soil bonngs; conslruclion management 
reporlmg, and so forlh, would be in addition to Ihiscosl. If the area of impact is g'eater than Ihat 
shown on Figures I7A and ISA (i.e., similar to Ihat shown on Figures I7B and I SB), the costs 
would be considerably higher. Glearly, Ihis appioach is infeasible for a variety of reasons, most 
importantly excessive cost. The vendor contacted concurs wilh this assessment and does not 
recommend using this product to ireat gross soil conlami nation. Therefore, in siln ireatment 
technologies are nol retained for the Accessible Localions as a single remediation option." 



Comment 16: Secli on 4.4.3 Allernalive3 -In Situ Soil Remedial! on (Less Accessible Units), 
page 33 

This discussion indicales Ihat throngh ihe use of ihe bi oven hng/bio sparging, tn 
sriii treatment con Id be implemented praclically dunng the occupancy of Bnilding 
610. In spile of ihis difference from ihe other in silu technologes (which are 
described as nol practicable lo implement during building occupancy), ihe 
implementah on of this lechnology is notconsidered foi immediate application, 
but, asindicaled in Table D^ is implemenled following five years of Land Use 
Controls and moniloring. Immediale implementalion of Ihis alternative should be 
evaluated and considered as a way lo quickly and ftilly resolve ihe sile issues and 
rednce overall projecl cosls. 

Response lo Comment 16: Regaidless of implementation time, bioventing/biosparging was 

nol Ihe most cost effecnve hi silu allernalive evaluated in ihe CAP. Addihonally, due lo 
nncerlainties regarding Ihe expansion of iheCrissy Field Marsh into ihe area of Buikiing6lOand 



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the future status of Ihe building, the remedy selected in IheCAP for Building 610 has been 
revised to a combination of three allernalives, as fo]lo^^s; 

■ No Marsh Expansion (Selected Allernative: Alternative 2, Capping antf LUd) : 
Building 610, which overhes and covers Ihe Less Accessible Locations, is planned for 
retail or recreahonal use for the foreseeable fiilure. Under this alternative, Bnilding 
610 will provide an effective cap to prevent exposure to PAHs in soil underneath the 
building and the LUC will limit use of the property' to recreational uses. In addition, 
as outlined in Appendix E, an evaluation of potential vapor inhnsion from residual 
volatile organic compounds (VOCs)in the subsurface under and around Bnilding 610 
was conducted using available soil and groundwater data. This evalnation indicates 
thai there is no significant potential for vapor intrusion into Building 610 under an 
unrestricted land use scenario (i.e., including residential, commercialAndustnal, and 
recreational uses of the building). Thus, Capping and LUC s is considered protective 
of the Less Accessible Locations undenieath Bnilding 610 if the marsh or associated 
buffer zone IS not expanded into Ihe area of the building. 

■ Marsh Expansion with Demolition of Building 610 (Selected Alternative: Alternative 

4, Excavalt'em tint! Off-Sil^ Dhi'oicil and Copjt'mg tirid LUCsY Although not 
anticipated, if the Cnssy Field Marsh were expanded into the area of Building 610 in 
the futnre and the bnildingdemohshed, excavation activities could be conducted to 
achieve the more stringent cleanup levels for saltwater protection undei this 
alternative. 

■ Marsh Expansion with Building 610 In-Place (Selected Alternative: A Item alive 3, /n 
Silu Soil R^mctiia lien iiiid LUCs) : If the marsh buffer zone were expanded into the 
area but the building remains in-]ilace, hi sil/i soil treatment could be conducted for 
contamination nnderneath the bnilding. This a Item ative provides the only cost- 
effective technology to remediate contamination underneath the building, while the 
building remains in-place. 

If the ill silu remedy is implemented for the contamiantion nnderneath Building 610, the 
technologies that will be considered for future implementation include: 1) oxygen release 
product injection, 2) bioventing/biosparging,3) ozone sparging, and 4) sodium persnlfale 
injection. Implementation lime and building occupancy will be considered when selecting Ihe 
most appropriate in silu technology at that lime. 

Comment!?: Section 4.5.1 Accessible Soil RUs,page35 

This section indicates that the recommended alternative for Accessible Soil units 
is Alternative 4 with Alternative 3 recommended as a contingency under specified 
circumstances, ll appears that the "specified ci re nm stances" that are contemplated 
are when excavation technologies are unable to excavate to the full depth of 
contamination. Alternative 3 was rejected for consideration for Accessible Soil 
units because it was considered "cost prohibitive". As noted in Comment #14, 
companson of known depths of contamination with the technical hmitations of 
the excavation equipment is needed to determine the likehhood of contingent 



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implementation of Alternative 3. Furthermore, l^e selection of an Alternative that 
is de^ribed as "cost prohibitive" should be better described and justified. 

Response to Comment 17: See Response lo Comment #14 regarding ihe use of oxygen 
releasing produci wilhin excavations. 

It IS also noled Ihat the selected alteniative for the Accessible Locations, described in 
Seclion 4.5.1, has been revised in Ihe Final CAP. The following lext is now included in 
Secli on 4.5.1: 

'The selecled allernative for the Accessible Locahons is Allemalive4, Excavation and Ojj-Sile 
Dhfiosal, Cappmf! and LUCs. and Gfoitndwalei Moiuloitng. This allernalive represenis Ihe best 
balance between costs, uncertainly concerning future land uses, and uncertainty related to Ihe 
extern and volume of con lamination (including PAHs) in soil at this site. Although Allernalive 4 
does not contain trealment as a principal element, the allenialive is proteclive of human heallh, 
safety, and Ihe environment; ihe phased excavalion will minimize disturbance of culturallv 
sensitive aitifacis pole nil a My present in Ihe subsurface and will be implemented nsing methods 
that comply with regulations; and it is the most cost effective aj'iproach to meet the RAOs. This 
alternative provides for the c leanup and long-tenn management of TPH-, BTEX-, PAH-, and 
metal-contaminated soil. In addihon, Allernalive 4 offers flexibility with respect to Ihe future 
expansion of the Cnssy Field Marsh and minimizes costs associated with excavation of soil by 
implementing an LUC until a determination is made by the Trust and NPS regarding whether Ihe 
Cnssy Field Marsh will be expanded into the area. Once Ihe determination is made, addihonal 
corrective action in Ihe area will be implemented lo remove soil containing COCs, as 
appropriate, lo be consistent with actual land use." 



Comment IS: Table 1 , Groundwater Elevation Summary 

The groundwater elevations for the [>ecember 1 , 2003 monitoring of locations 

6I0SP0I and 610SP02 is given as "YMhedefimtion of "Y" should be provided. 

Response to Comment 18: The'T" is a typo and has been deleted. 

Comment 19: Figure 8 Soil Remedial Units and Groundwater and Surface Water Monitoring 
Network 

This figure shows that excavation is only proposed for soil at the ends or at 
selecled locations along Pipehnes A and C and that the pipelines themselves will 
not be removed. This is not consistent with, and is less stringent than, past fuel 
line removals conducted by the Army where pipelines were removed unless 
significant obstacles were encountered. Pipeline removals perfonned under this 
CAP should not be less stringent than was required of Ihe Army during their FDS 
removal work. 



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Response to Comment 19: To address This comment, the following text has been ^dded lo 
Secli on 5.1.2: 

'The Fuel Distribution System Closure Report (IT, 1999), index m^p indicates thai Pii>e]ine A 
has been removed and Sheet CF^ of that report documents that PipehiieC has also been 
removed. However, if portions of ihe pipelines are found during soil excavation activilies, the 
pipelines will be removed andconfirmalion samples will be collecled as outlined in ihe Phase 2 
CAP Implemenlation Work Plan " 

Comment 20: Appendix D, Table D-3 Less Accessible Soil Remedialion Units, AUernalive 3: 
Estimaled Costs for In Silu Soil Remedialion - Oxygen Release Pi'oduct Injection 
although the overall cosi for ORG© injection is similar to Ihe injection costs 
eslimated in Ihe Building 637 CAP, several of ihe details appear to be in error and 
should be reviewed. For example, it does nol appear to be necessary locore a 12 
inch diameter hole in order to insert a 2 inch diameler injection probe and it does 
not appear coiTect thai Ihe deeper boring are less expensive than Ihe shallow 
bonngs. Furthermore, the time period assumed necessaiT to perform 40 ORCe 
injections appears lo be excessive and resnils in an overestimalion of conslruchon 
observation costs. For Ihe ORC« injection performed by Ihe Trust at the Building 
637 site, Ihe Trust averaged 24 injection bonngs per day [with a range of 23 to 25 
borings perday). Based on this rate, it appears excessive to estimate that 40 
injection borings will take 2.5 weeks to complete at the commissary. 

Response to Comment 20: The 12-inch diameter concrete core was used to allow for 
addihonal room that would be needed for later confirmation sampling or injection bonng access 
to avoid more than one round of conng. The cost esh mate has been restructured based on a day 
rale for application (300 feet ofdrillingper day) and pounds per foot cost of oxygen releasing 
product. 



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Comments Mark Youn^kin Community Co-Chair 

Presidio of San Francisco 
Restoration Advisory Board <RAB) 
San Francisco, California 
October 2004 

Thank you for (lie opporlunity loieview llie subject doc umeiil. Tins area is an i mporlanr site at 
the Presidio and we are pleased ih^l Ihe sHe has received close ^ttenhon. We wanl lo lake Ihis 
moment to also express our apj'irecjaljon for tlie diligeiilefforls of llie Presidio Trust and ihe 
Regional Waler Qiialily Control Board to inveshgale the site Ihoroughly and determine several 
reasonable remedies. 

h] genera], the Presidio Restoration Advisory Board is in agreement with Ihe analysis and 
proposed remedy for Die sile. We do have comments for the record thai we hope will nol impede 
progress for the Commissary cleanup. 

Comment 1: The site has been sampled extensively. We appreciate Ihis effort and would 
welcome a breakdown of the cost of individual rounds of sampling. Despite ihe extensive 
samphngihe depichon of subsurface contamination in various figures, does nol appear 
geologically realistic. We expect that the actual shai^es of excavation will be much different and 
possibly much larger. Isn't it worth having Ihe remediation contractors develop realistic 
estimates of Ihe soil volumes so that these volumes are not largely underestimated? 

Response to Comment 1: As noted in the comment, extensive samj'iling has been performed 
at Ihe Commissaiy/PX Study Area to dehneate impacted soil volumes. The Site investigation 
ISI) samphug costs were approximately SI mi Mi on, exclusive of Trust, NFS, and regulatory 
oversight. The depiction of subsurface contamination represents an interpretation between 
existing data using our understanding of potential sources of releases and our expectations 
regaiding the movement of these releases in the subsurface. We recognize that the Draft CAP 
presented an estimate of contaminated soil volumes and associated soil excavation costs based 
on saiuple data with cleanup level exceedances, which could be biased low. The remediation 
cost estimates in the Draft CAP included a 20% contingency; however, this contingency may not 
fully address all soil above the cleanup levels. 

In response to this comment, the Final CAP has been updated to dej'iict two interpretations of soil 
RUs; Scenario I (Lesser Impact Scenarioj and Scenario II (Greater Impact Scenano). 
Section 3.3 descnbes Ihe two interpretations of soil RUs. Cost esh mates have also been 
developed for both scenarios. In addition, as discussed in the introductory section to this 
Response to Comments, to account for the uncertainty related to the actual volume of 
contaminated soil at the site, the Trust has revised the remedy selected in the CAP and plans to 
implement remediation in two phases. 

Comment 2: We have raised thequeshon of whether the timing for cleanup at the site is 
appropriate given the opportunity to expand theCrissy marsh m the direction of Ihe Commissary. 

We understand that the remediation program feels the need to move ahead without waiting for 
results of the marsh expansion study. If the Ti"ust proceeds with cleanup and then decides to 



December 2005 A-27 



expand the marsh in thi^ direction. The site will be "double excat'aled." We wish Ih^t the Trust 
would consider the cost of double ei'icavating ihe sile. We estimate ihis cost lobe ^pproi'iiiniitely 
S750,OOO. To arrive al this cos), we used tlie disposal volume of 20,242 cubic v^irds. We u^ed 
$\5 per cubic yard for clean back fill. This is anestimale achieved by halving the cost of $30 for 
clean lop soil from allemalive #1 in the subject document. We ^Iso eslimated ^n increase in 50% 
volume of excavation given the odd shapes that have been depicted m the document, Iconiment 
#1). In addition, if ihe sile were to become p^rt of the marsh e^p^nsion projecl, ^n addihonal 
S250,OOOwouldbereqnii-edloexc^v^lelhe back-filled area. Is il worlh $750,000 to gel ihis site 
cleaned up quickly, knowing that il might be re-excavated ^t a fnlure d^te? 

Response to Comment 2: TheTnisI acknowledges the RAB's concerns and agrees thai ihe 
uncerlainhes related to iheCrissy Field Marsh expansion and total volume of affecled soil ^1 Ihe 
site warrant condnc ling Ihe correchve ^clion at theCommissary/PX Sludy Are^ in two phases. 

Under the phased implemenlalion schedule discnssed above, remedialion of the Phase 2 Area 
will commence following decisions regarding Ihe potential expansion of theCnssy Field Marsh 
inio the Phase 2 Area. The Trust will j'lroceed with Phase 2 work no laler than the end of 2008. 

Comment 3: The RAB has been sirongly supportive of clean closnre remedies in ihe pasi and 
we remain so. We also believe Ihat it is prudeni lo discuss Ihe oppoitnnities and priorilies gained 
and lost by spending dollars on this particular sile for clean closure. If the site is lo become a 
marsh expansion site, then Ihe conlaminahon is a clear ihreal and shouM be removed. If the site 
is going lo remain a parking lot, what are the dangers associated wilh this conlaminahon to Ihe 
marsh? Could a phased approach lo removal be considered, Ihat remains cost effective? That is, 
conid conlaminalion Ihat represenis a clear Ihreal lo the marsh be removed nexl snmmer as 
planned and Ihen the remainder removed/contained when future land use has been clan fied? 

Response to Comment 3: The Tnisl concurs with Ihe approach presenled in this comment 
and currenlly plans lo perform the correc live aclion in two phases. The introdnclion seclion to 
this Response lo Comments describes ihe phased approach in moredelail. The Final CAP has 
been updated accordingly. 



December 2005 A-28 



ATTACHMENT A-1 
Arsenic in Groundwater Discussion 

This Attachment provides a discussion of dissolved arsenic concenlrahons and associated trends 
in gioundwaler for the Commissary/PX Sludy Area. The informahon included in this discussion 
addresses the following com menis received on the Draft Correc live Action Plan (CAP): 

" JamesPonton, Regional WalerQiialily Control Board (RWQCB): Commenl5 3 
and 4: and 

• Brian Ul lens vang» National Park Service (NPS): General Comment and Commenis 4» 

7. and 12. 

In this Attachmenl, theCommissary/PX Sludy Area ground waler dala are evaluated to assess if 
elevaled dissolved arsenic concenlralions at the site are a result of reducing condihons caused by 
petroleum releases. Data from other sites at the Presidio are discussed, as appropriale, to support 
the analysis. Polenhal chloride interferences in the analysis of arsenic are also evalualed. Lastly, 
trends of arsenic over lime al ihe Sludy Area are presented. The data and conclusions presented 
in Ihis AltachmenI support the petroleum soume removal remedy selected in the Final CAP to 
address arsenic detections in groundwater. 

This discussion incorporates data collected through the Second Quarter 2005 groundwater 

monitoring event (Tread well &. Rollo, 2005). The groundwater data are presented in Tables A-1 
total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH)» aisenic^ and chloride) and A-2 laddihonal oxidation- 
reduction parameters). 

General Discussion of Reducing Conditions and Dissolved Arsenic 

The relationship between reducing conditions m giound water and elevaled dissolved arsenic 
concentrations is widely recognized [Dragun, I9ES, Fetter, 1993, Saxena, et al., 2CX14, and Kirk, 
et al., 2004). Reducing conditions can mobilize naturally-occurring arsenic that is present in soil. 
Arsenic is mobilized by reductive dissolution of iron and manganese oxides/hydroxides Qn which 
it adsorbs (i.e., reduction of iron III to iron 11 and reduction of manganese IV to manganese 11) 
and the reduchon of arsenic from arsenate (arsenic V) to arsenite (arsenic III). Arsenale is more 
adsorptive on iron and manganese oxides/liydroxides Ihan is arsenite. 

When reducing conditions mobilize arsenic, elevaled dissolved arsenic would be expected lobe 
accompanied by elevated dissolved (reduced j iron (i.e., ferrous iron or iron II). Al a neutral pH, 
ferric iron (iron lllj reduces to ferrous iron [iron II) at an Eh (oxidation -reduction potential 
relalive to the standard hydrogen reference electrode) similar to that where arsenate (arsenic V) 
reduces to arsenite (arsenic III; i.e., approximately +0.1 volts for iron compared to 0.0 volts for 
arsenic). Therefore, dissolved iron measurements in groundwater provide a useful lool for 



December 2005 A-1-1 



assessing whelhergroundttjier conditions woufd favor mobilization of naturally-occurring 
arsenic. Eh-pH diagrams for arsenic and iron are shown below. 



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Parameters ihal nan be Q&ed as indicators of changing redotL polenlial within groundwater include 

the following: 

■ Dissolved Oxygen; Low dissolved os>'gen concentradons are typicalJv associated 
with low redox potential and reducing environments. 

> Oxidalion Reduction Polential (ORP): ORP is a direct measurement of redox 
polenuaL In generj^ the lower the ORP values the more reducing the water is, 
whereas^ the greater the ORP value the more oxidizing the water. 

■ Nitrale/Ni trite: A decreasing nitrate concentrahon trend in groundwater can be 
indicative of low redox potential, microbial metabolism, and a reducing environment, 

Lncrea.singconcentrahons of nitrate are typically associated with a n sing redox 
potential. 

• Sulfate/Sultide: Decreasing concentrah on s of sulfate indicate sulfate reduction is 
taking place due to a reducing environment. Decreasing concentrations of sulfate are 
usually associated with sulfide production (i.e., sulfide is a product of sulfate 
reduction) and the repeated presence of sulfide in groundwater further confirms that 
sulfate is being reduced. 



December 2005 



A-1-: 



• Total Organic Carbon <TOC): Decreasing trends in TOC over time indicate Ih^t 
microbial melaboLsin is taking place and TOC is being consumed. 

• Dissolved Cas«s (melhane): An increasing irend in methane concentrations can be 

associated ^^lth a declining redox potenlial, and vice versa. 

• Arsenic Speciation (As III and As V): The relative ratios of Ihe I wo most common 
fonns of arsenic in groundwater (As III and AsV) is indicative of Ihe cunent redox 
slatu^ of arsenic ingioundwaten As III is (ypically found at higher cone en irati on s, 
when compared lo As V, in reducing environments. 

• Dissolved Arsenic, Iron, and Manganese: Increasing concentrations of arsenic^ 
iron» and/or manganese can be typically associaled with a decreasing redox polential. 

Decreasmgconcentrations of these metals in association with increasing sulfate 
concentrahonscan be associaled wilh an increasing redox polenliaL 

Evaluation of Redncing Conditions and Arsenic Concentralions al the 
Commissarj/PX Study Area 

Dissolved arsenic^ sulfate, nih"ale/nitrile, and dissolved oxygen have been regularly analyzed in 

groundwater samples collecled from well and seep locations Ihrouglioul the Sludv Area. 
Analyses of dissolved iron, dissolved manganese, arsenic spec iati on, dissolved gases, TOC, 
ORP, and sulfide were conducted dunng theFourlh Quarter 2CXJ4, First Quarter 2005, and/or 
Second Quarter 2CX)5 groundwater sampling evenis at theSludy Area. These data are presenled 

in Tables A-1 and A-2. 

Dissolved arsenic has been detected above the cleanup levcf of 10 micrograms per liter ([ig^Lj in 
monitoring well and seep samples collecled in the vicinity and downgi"adienl of ihe Commissary 
Seeps Inlerlm Source Removal Excavation. Monitoiing well 6I0GWI0I is localed on ihe 

southern excavation boundary where concenlrations have ranged from < 5 to 73 jig/L. 
Moniloring well 6lOGW102is located in ihe former Commissary Seeps Excavalion where 
concentralions have ranged from 6.1 to 22.1 |ig/L. Dissolved arsenic concenh"alions at 
6I0GWI03 have ranged belween4.6 to 13 |.Lg/L. Dissolved arsenic has also consistently been 
detecled at both seeps (6mSPOI and 6I0SP02) atconcentrationsiangingfrom5.9 to 23 \ig/L. 

Theelevaled dissolved arsenic concentralions in the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
Area are likely the result of reducing conditions created by the former pelroleum release, based 

on Ihe following measuremenis; 

• Elevaled dissolved iron concentrations ranging up lo 59,000 jig/L have been detected 
at these localions. 

• Elevaled dissolved manganese concentrahons of 1,100 tig/L or grealer have been 
delected at localions 610GW102, 6I0GWI03, 610SP0I, and 6I0SP02. 

• Arsenic speciation analyses (As 111 and As V) conducted on samples beginning in the 

Fourth Quarter 2004 have showed As III at concenlrations greater ihanSO^ of Ihe 

December 2005 A-1-3 



inorganic arsenic concentration at these five locations. In general, these wells and 
seeps had higher concentrations of dissolved iron and/or manganese than ^^ells with 

less As III than As V (e.g., 600GW102, 600GWI04J. 

• Nitrate lias consistently been non-detect or detected at very low concentrations at 

these locations. 

• The lowest ORP readings have been measured at wells 610GW101. 6I0GWI02, and 
610GW103. in addition to well 600GWI0I (discnssed below). 

• The highest methane readings have been measured at wells 6I0GWI0I and 

6lOGWl02,inaddiboniowell600GWlOl [^discnssed below). 

Elsewhere in the Commissary/PX Sindy Area, groundwater thai is not affected by petroleum 
appears to maintain iron in the ferric (iron 111) oxidation state, which is oxidizing enough to 
oxidize arsenite to arsenate. The dissolved arsenic and redox data for Commissary/PX Study 
Area wells outside of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal area are summarized as 
follows (based on data collected Ihrongh the Second Qnarler 2(X)5): 

• Well 6CMDGW101 is located within an area where TPHg has been consistently detected 
in groundwater (TPHg Source Area Remedial Unit) and the dissolved iron 
concentrahons have been elevated (up to 1 0,(XX) jig/L). Low concentrations of 
sulfate and nonndetect nitrate further indicate reducing groundwater conditions at this 
location. Arsenic has not been delected in this well since the First Qnarler 2003. 

• Moderate to elevated iron concentrations (ranging between 1,100 and 9,500 |Jg/Lj 
were detected in wells 600GWI02, 600GW104. 600CW107, and 600GW109 during 
the First Quarter 2005 [which is ihe only hmeiron has been reported within these 
wellsl. These wells are all in areas not affected by petroleum releases. Sulfate and 
nitrate concentrations m these wells do not suggest that reducing conditions are 
preseni in groundwater. Arsenic has not been delected above ihe cleannp level in 
these wells. Furthermore, the As III concentration was less ihan As V in wells 
600GW102 and 600GW104 during Ihe Second Qnarter 2005, further supporting the 
conclusion that reducing conditions are not present in ihese wells. 

• In the First Quarter 2005, an elevated iron concentrahon (1 l,(XX}iig/L) was measured 
at well 600GW103. The low sulfate and non-detecl nitrate concentrations in this well 
suggest reducing gi'oundwatercondihons at this location. Althougli TPH compounds 
have not been detected in this well, ihe well is downgradient of the fonner UST 603 
(which IS being addressed under ihe Former Coal Storage Bin AreaCERCLA silej. 
Grab samples collected from the UST excavation showed TPHd at 6,800 jig/L and 
TPHmo al 220 |jg/L(MACTEC. 2004). Dissolved arsenic concentrations in this well 
have been reported up to 9.7 tig/L (Third Qnarler 2003), which is below the cleanup 
leveL These slightly elevated arsenic concentrations are likely ihe result of reducing 



December 2005 A-l^ 



conditions in The welL Low ORP and high melhane readings in ttiis well also suggest 
reduci ng c onditi ons. 

■ Samples from well 600GW105 have contained elevated iron (up to 2,600 \ig/L). This 
well is not in an area affecled by ped'oleiim releases. Siilfale and nitrate 
concentrahonsdo nol suggest thai reducing condih ons are present m groundwater at 
this location and arsenic has nol been delected. 

• Dissolved iron was not detected in the samples from well 600GWI06 and was 

detected at low coiicenlralioiis [140 \ig/Lor less) from well 600GW10g (bolh located 
in areas nol affecled by petroleum releasesj. Dissolved arsenic has never been 
delected in samples from these wells, indicating that ambient groundwaler conditions 
in the vicinity of these wells favors maintaining iron and arsenic in the oi'iidized stale. 
Addilionally, sulfate and nitrate concenlralions do not suggest that reducing 
condih ons are present i n gioundwater al ihese locahons. The As III concentration 
was less than As V during the Fourth Quarter 2004, further supporling Ihe conclusion 
that reducing condihons are nol preseni in Ihese wells. 

The redox environment at theCommissary/PX Area is illuslraled on Ihe redox diagjam from the 
Firsi and Second Quarler Groundwaler Monitoring Report (Figure A- 1 6^). This figure shows a 
more reducing environment in the area of former orcunent petroleum impacts and elevated 
arsenic concentrations in groundwater {rI the 610-wells and seeps). 

In conclusion, Ihe dissolved arsenic and redox groundwater data collected at Ihe CommissaiT/PX 
Study Area indicate that reducing conditions are present in areas with former petroleum releases. 
The elevated dissolved arsenic concentrations above the cleanup level of 10 \fg/L\n the vicinity 
of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal Area are likely the result of reducing 
condihons in the area. 

Evaluation of Reducing Conditions and Arsenic Concenlralions at other Presidio Sites 

The presence of reducing conditions and elevated dissolved arsenic concentrations in the area of 
petroleum impacts is, perhaps, more pronounced al other areas of the Piesidio. Elsewhere on the 

Presidio, dissolved arsenic data have been collected from approximately 100 monitoring wells 
and at four seeps or springs [First and Second Quarier 2005 Groundwaler Monitoring Report and 
Table A-l, attached). Of ihese locations, recurring dissolved arsenic concenlralions have been 
reported greater than 10 \ig/L al the Building 1065 Area and Building 1349 Area. Recent 
detections of dissolved arsenic above 10 [jg/Lhave also occurred at the Building 207/23 1 Area. 
Other sites with dissolved arsenic cone entrah ons exceeding 10 |ig/L have been single samples 
and are inconsistent with the results for other samples from these locations and therefore, are not 
evaluated. 

At the Building 1065 Area, dissolved arsenic concentrations in samples from six monitoring 

wells (I065PZ1A. 1065PZ2A, 1065 PZ4A, I065PZ5A/I065PZ5AR. 1065MWI0I, and 

December 2005 A-1-5 



1065MWI02) have been detected at concentrations above 10 |jg/L (ranging from II to 31 \i^/L). 
These wells are all screened within the shallow water-bearing zone wilhiii an area of petroleum 

impacls. Dissolved iron concentrations m these wells have been on the order of 5,CMX> to 
25,000 i-Lg/L [compared to less than 500 |jg/Lin other site wells | and nielhane concentrations 
have been on the order of 3,000 to 15,000 [ig/L (compared lo less Ihan 1(X) |.Lg/L for other site 
wells). The reasonls) for the reducing conditions are unclear, but may be dne to ihe fad Ihat 
these wells are partially completed in Bay Mud or fill with other organic s. At well I065MW101, 
high dissolved iron concentrations (between 4,000 and 19,000 |Jg^L) and melhane concentrations 
(10,000 to I5,(XM) |Jg^L) have also been detected, indie ah ng reducing conditions. At well 
1065MWI02, moderaleiron concentrations (150 to 550 |.Lg^L) and lower methane cone enh"alions 
(1,500 lo 2,900 MS^L) have been observed. Petroleum was not delected in Ihe samples from 
either well. 

Well 1065MW9A has historically had low concentrations of TPHg detected m gronndwaler 
samples. Dissolved iron cone enh"ali on s in this well have ranged from 3,500 to 6,100 |.Lg/Land 
methane concentrahons have been moderately high (4,700 to 9,200 jig/L), indicating that 
reducing groundwater conditions also exist at this well location. Arsenic has been delected al 
6.9 to 7.9 Mg^> polenli ally due lo reducing gioundwater conditions. 

Arsenic speciahon an a I vses conducted on samples from wells 1065PZIA, 1065 PZ2 A, 
1065PZ4A, I065PZ5A/I065PZ5AR, l065MW9A,and I065MW101 further mdicale reducing 
conditions. As 111 has been found at concenlrations greater lhan 50^ of Ihe inorganic arsenic 
concentration at these locations. In addition, nilrale concenlrations have been low or non-delect 
in ihese wells and sulfate concentrations are generally lower than other onsile wells. 

Redox diagrams (Figure A-1 1-6 for shallow groundwater and Figure A-11-7 for intermediate 
groundwater) representing an ajiproximation of Ihe redox slateof groundwater within Ihe 
Building 1065 Area appear in theFirsi and Second Quarter Ground waler Monitoring Report. 
These figures show ihal Ihe shallow water-bearing zone al Ihe Building 1065 Area is generally 
reducing, with a more reducing environment in Ihe area of petroleum impacts and elevated 
arsenic concenlrations in groundwater. In comparison, Ihe inlermediale water-bearing zone 
bears a more oxidizing en vironmen I. As discussed ear her, the reason (sj for the reducing 
conditions are unclear, and may be due to Ihe fact that the shallow wells are partially completed 
m Bay Mud or fill with other organic s. However, Ihesedata support Ihe conclusion lhal elevated 
arsenic in Ihe shallow groundwater al ihe sile is hkely Ihe result of reducing conditions and the 
petroleum impacts have likely enriched Ihe reducing environment. 

At the Building 1349 Area, dissolved arsenic concentrations exceeding 10 Mg^ (ranging from 
1 I lo 23 iig/L) are accompanied by dissolved iron concenlrations exceeding 20,000 jig/L and 
non-delect nilrale concenlrations al well I349MW100, which has consistently had high 
concenlrations of petroleum. 



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One other well, l349MW105,hashad several samples wilh dissolved arsenic concentrations 
slightly exceeding 10 |.Lg/L. Only slighlly elevated iron concenlrations have been observed in 
this welL The elevated arsenic concentred ons in well I349MW105 are likely assocmled ^^ilh 
higher pH values observed in ihe area (BBL, 2005). 

At the Building 207/23 1 Area, dissolved arsenic was analyzed for Ihe firs! time in several wells 
beginning m the Flrsl Quarler 2005. Arsenic was delected above the cleanup level (at 
concenlralionsrengiiigfi-om 14 lo32 |jg/Lj in wells 23IGW2U 23IGW22. 23IGW25, and 
231PZOI, screened in the shallo^^ weler -bearing zone. These wells ere in Ihe area of highesi 
lietroleum impacts in ihe shallow water-beenng zone and elso exhibil Ihe characlerislics of a 
reducing environment, wilh high dissolved iron (on ihe order of 10,000 to 45,000 |Jg^L|, low or 
non-delect nilrale end sulfale concenlralions, low dissolved oxygen, and high melhane 
concenlralions. Menganese concentrations are elso higher in ihese wells ihen olher shallow zone 
wells. Arsenic speciahon analyses have also shown As III at 62^ or grealer of the inorganic 
arsenic concentration at these locations. The reducing conditions in these wells are more 
pronounced then olhei shellow zone wells at the site, which show, in particular, lower iron and 
melhane concentrahons and higher manganese concentrehons. This condition can be observed 
in Ihe redo'idmgrems for the Building 207/23 1 Aree from the First and Second Quarter 
Groundwater Monilonng Report (Figure A-lO-9 for shallow groundwater and Figure A-IO-IO 
for inlermediale groundwater). 

In summary, data from other sites el the Presidio, including Ihe Building 1065 Aree, Building 

1349 Aree, and Building 207/23 1 Area, suj'iporl the relationship between reducing conditions, 
petroleum impacts, and eleveled dissolved ersenic. Althongli a reducing environment has been 
observed m some arees of Ihese sites without petroleum impacts, which could be related to Bay 
Mud or fill wilh olher organics, it is deer Ihel in the areas of petroleum impacts and elevated 
arsenic concentrations^ reducing environments wilh high iron and low sulfate and nitrate 
concenlralions ere present. There also does not appear to be a pattern of increasing ersenic 
concenlralions et these sites as prosimily to the Bay increases. As such, dissolved arsenic 
concenlrations ere expected lodecreese [when reducing condih on s are caused by petroleum) 
after the petroleum is remediated and gioundwater returns to ambient conditions. 

Polenlial Effect of Chloride on Dissolved Arsenic .Analysis 

Ghloride enalysisis cuirently included in Ihe Querterly ground weter and surfece water samphng 
program foi Ihe Gommissary/PX Study Aree and will continue lobe monitored under the 
selected corrective action in this CAP (see Section 5.5). Table A-1 presents chloride, TPH, and 
dissolved arsenic dela for Piesidio weU end seep locetions where these dela are collected, 
through the Second Quarter 2005. Chloride levels in Ihe vicinity of theCommissarv' seeps have 
generally been higlier than other arees of Ihe site, end have ranged up to 5,S00 mg/L el 610SPOI 
and up to 12,000 mg/L at 610SPO2. 



December 2005 A-l-7 



Heilkejnper(2001) indicates thai chloride interference vn'i^ ^r^enic can result in reported arsenic 
coiicenlrali oils biased liigh by a^ much as 1 |Ag/L for each 100 mg/L of chloride presenl. 
Howevei", ihe Trust does not believe thai chloride inleiference is ihe cause of elevaled arsenic 
concenlralioiis al Ihe Commissary seeps. As shown on Table A-], chloride concenlrations at 
6I0SF*0I and 610SP02 have flucluated over (ime, buldo nol correlate well with fluctuations of 
reported dissolved arsenic concenh"alions. In addition, dissolved arsenic concentrahons above 
the cleanup level of 10 |ig/L have also been delected in nearby wells 610GW102 and 
6I0GWI03, which have low concentrations of chloride, ranging up lo only 74 and 270|Ag/L, 
respectively. Higher cone entt-ations of chloride ranging up lo 870 (Ag/Lhave been reported in 
well 600GW102, but dissolved arsenic concentrations have been low (6.2 jjg/Lor less) in this 
well. These data indicate Ihat there is no specific pallern relaled lo reported dissolved arsenic 
and chloride concenh"alions in wells at the site. 

Chloride concenlrations also do not appear lo have an affect on dissolved arsenic concentrations 
al other nearby sites. Al the Building 207/23 1 and Bnilding 1065 Areas, chloride levels 
measured in the wells with elevated arsenic have nol been higher than other wells at the site and 
the levels of elevaled arsenic do nol show an increasing pallern with prosimily to the Bay. There 
are no available data for arsenic in gioundwaler around Buildings 637 and 63S to assess this 
relationship at that site, located west and adjacent to Ihe Conimissaiy/PX Study Area. 

Presentation of Arsenic Trends at Ihe Commissar} Seeps 

In order lo assess if dissolved arsenic concentrations in Ihe vicinity of IheCommissaiT Seeps 
Interim Source Removal Excavation have declined since Ihe petroleum contaminated soil was 
removed from the area, dissolved arsenic concenh"alion vs. lime were plotted for the two see]"' 
locations (6I0SP0I and 610SP02) and wells 6IOGWI02 and 6I0GWI03. Data from well 
6I0GWI0I were nol plotted because most samples were noii-delect ^<5 |ig/Lj. We caution 
against dmwing any conckisions about trends because: 



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sample detections are very low (i.e., not much greater than Ihe analytical reporting 
limit) and reported concentrations are very sensitive lo the variability inherent in 

sampling and analysis; and 

there are a limited number of unfiltered samples collected lodate. Based on a linear 
regression of the data, a decreasing trend is observed at 610SP0I, 610SP02 and 
610GW102. A sliglitlyincreasinglrend IS observed at 6I0GWI03. The reason for 
this increasing trend at 610GW103 is unclear; however, over the last year of 
monitonngal this well, the dissolved arsenic concentrations have not exceeded Ihe 
cleanup level of 10 \fg/L. These data are nol cone kisive, but are sufficiently 
favorable lo support continuation of monitoring. 



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When ambieni condi lions return following ihe removal ofpelroleujn, dissolved (ferrous [iron HI) 
iron should oi'iidize lo form feme oxides/hvdioxides, which strongly adsorb arsenic, and arsenile 
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rales for the oxidation of arsenite in a s oi I -in-water suspension. The first-order reaction rate 
conslants forllie soils tesled ranged from O.OOE lo 0.041 per houi"(0.8'^ lo4.l% perliour). On a 
time scale of months, this oxidahon is a rapid reaclion. Manning and Suarez (2000) also 
demon slrated Ihat arsenile adsorbs lo soils containing ferric oxide s/liydroxides. 

Conclusions 

Eased on this evalualion of arsenic and other parameters in groundwater at the Com mis sary/PX 
Sludy Area and olhersiles throiighoiil Ihe Piesidio, Ihe following conclusions can be drawn: 

• The dissolved arsenic and redo'i gioundwaler data collecled at the Commissary/PX 
Study Area indicate ihat reducing conditions arepresenlin areas with former 
petrolenm releases. The elevaled dissolved arsenic concentrations above liie cleanup 
level of 10 Mg^L '" the vicinity of the Commissary Seeps Interim Source Removal 
Area are likely ihe result of reducing condilions in Ihe area. 

■ Reducing conditions are alsoappareni at olher pelrolenm -re lease siles al Ihe Presidio, 
including the Building 1065, Building 1349, and Building 207/231 Areas. 

• There does nol appear to be a relationship between chloride levels and dissolved 
arsenic m gjonndwater al the Commissary/PX Sludy Area nor other neighboring sites 
near the Bay. Thus, alteniative laboratory techniques aimed al minimizing polenli a I 
interference of chlondem arsenic analyses are not warranled. 

• Dissolved arsenic concentralions are expecled lo decrease (when reducing condilions 
are caused by j'letroleum) after Ihe petroleum in soil is remediated and groundwaler 
retunislo ambienlcondihons. 

In lighl of Ihe above considerahons, ihe Trust conlmues to beheve Ihat it is appropriate lo 
monitor iheeffecis of source removal at Ihe Commissary/PX Sindy Area. Therefore, ihe Final 
CAP does not conlain an evaluation of aclive groundwaler remedialion allernalives lo address 
arsenic. 

It is important lo note Ihat the dissolved arsenic concentrations al the Commissary/PX Sludy 
Area are below ihe s a Itwaler cleanup level of 36 [jg/Land, therefore, dissolved arsenic in 
groundwaler does not pose a significani risk lo ecological receptors in Crissy Field Marsh. 
Allhongh concenh"alions are inlerniiltenlly above Ihe drinking waler cleanup levels, waler from 
the seeps and nearby gioundwater i s unlikely lobe used as a source of drinking water. A 
coniponeni of Ihe selecled coneclive action for the Commissary/PX Sludy Area is 
implementahon and maintenance of a land useconlrol(LUC) Ihat will restrici ihe use of 
groundwater as a drinking supply unlilconstituenlconcenlralions are below drinking water 
c leanup levels. 



December 2005 A-1-11 



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<50 


<vt 


<3H 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Er» 


l»ZJWt 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1i 


otnpi^ 


<K 


<5a 


Ji>» 4132^ 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


IllS^i 


<K 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iS 


' 00113^5 


<5a 


<» 


< IJOO 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVO 


ILQBAI 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 IK 


no/iciN? 


^10 


PA 


N^ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


1] 



DiEEinlicr 3(HU 



Fa^ZnI'U 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph Kau lb 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithmi 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 

^viHipIr 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 


irHmHir^el 

1 CiitHhn hunAL' 


CPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hjofjE 


llidolvLd 


1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 

MdlHHl' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 


IWEOIITfI 


IWW9I 


lbJ2M 


lbJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






ll-BT-' 


tf^' 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


fppl-t 


(mBJl-t 


DUPHIT4UJA 
LFCiLGAJUCL 

DUF1h3l9l>32A 

DUnUHDIIB 
LHUGVpOICL 

dupiijtuiia 

LHHOVpOICL 


IhJ/l^/ai 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 


IH/IV/OJ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


tl 


oifiina 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bo 


OifilHH 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


oirnioi 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


larnioi 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


I2ID3/C7 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


0&Z7/C? 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


OilKIOl 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


1BIHMI7 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bl 


ovuma 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<Qi 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


Oiri-bV? 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SJ 


IIJ?7/C1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


IIJT7/C] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


ii<77/a] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<2D 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6b 


OBVmti 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


l»l?«l 1 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< [ UJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


laiii^ 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3a 


oiia/fl^ 


HA 


19 I32SI 


»3 fJI5) 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


35 


1 lua^d 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


27 


0&l2i<S 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


205 


OUIOAS 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


DlJl»/qB 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?a 


IIJIH^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2D 


0BD7W7 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osmnT 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


21 


OlDSflT 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3J 


lOIW^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]] 


0&D5^ 


<W 


<5a 


<ioa 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i| 


ihSTL^ 


<iO 


<50 


<ioa 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S 


OVIL^ 


<50 


<5a 


sab fjj?> 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


35 


IZ'lH^i 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


35 


ini]>L^5 


<50 


<» 


< IJOO 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


i\irsf^ 


HA 


H/l 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J5 


OQIIDfl? 


<50 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


Ln>j£rwM 


OiriMH 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


Oiri6m 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


OiriZVJ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7] 


12101102 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


' K^iiai 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


66 


05f7fl/02 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


Oiril/C7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L9 


i\niii\i 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 


Oa2E/CI 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


os'ib/ai 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


05113/99 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


07IIIj99 . 


HA 


<5a 


<3H 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B7 


IUI2« 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 


o&iins 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6b 


' ouwws 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


OLQMS 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6b 


ILID&V7 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Eb 


0BD7W7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


69 


0509^7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


77 


'0iiDM7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


65 


iiuiim 


<5a 


<» 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


0G1]4n6 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


19 


05QZ/J6 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


oin?/4& 


<K 


<5D 


32T fJJ?) 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 



DiEEmlicr 2001 



1^:3 □144 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


1 CirtHhn hunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


IlidolvLd 


1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 

LnLBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 


IWEDISTfI 


iwHin 


lbJ2M 


lbJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






H-ST-' 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


wn-] 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl.) 


LPHCTWM 


121111^ 


<5D 


<» 


<3oa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5S 


miUKS 


<50 


<5a 


< IJOO 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si 


i\msf*i 


H.\ 


ys 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


52T 


wia«2 


<50 


fiA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^a 


LTOIC^ai 

DUf1UnD?IC 


Ul'JMH 


N4 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


21 


lariiioi 


HA 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJ 


OiriM>I . 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ri 


l?QliV? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


31 


OaZ7/C7 


HA 


XA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


31 


KfHIOl 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]J 


n5isaia2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


U5in/C2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


0iri2«? 1 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Li 


ILiTTVI 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]J 


'o&ovi 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U 


I»II7«I 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


< 1 II] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


32 


0511 2/J9 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


o^iiaiv) 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Li 


1 III L^B 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


oaij/Qd 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


IVHi/99 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]i 


oi/ri^s 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L9 


ILiD5fl7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


0&D6n7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 




ositv™. 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02/051^1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


lOfKKb 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?r» 


oemm 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lb 


n5n^f^ 


<» 


<5a 


OM 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


ItiliVf^ 


<» 


<x iur»i 


iqifl (IJI. »l 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


miB/K 1 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 21 


mum 1 


<S] 


<5a 


< IJOO 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 a 


iLQ&m 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3B 


oerxKi 


<5D 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


LHUCWUV 

DUFn5l»llA 

LFQIGAUTCL 


OiriMH 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


Oiri7«l 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JB 


OiriLfiJ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4B 


IZQMI? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


55 


oeniioi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


55 


'OSfTflll? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5S 


Oiri-bfi? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5S 


IIJT74I 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


52 


o&?q«i 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 


03H5I01 


HA 


PA 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5D 


' OiHilOl 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI 


OiHilOl 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SD 


i&ia^je 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iS-l 


02il»I^J9 


HA 


<50 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


r»]3 


ll.1)q^K 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


V£2 


vaiL^i^ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


jr» 


mw^s 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


sb 


OLiDSi<S 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ji 


IMOtilVl 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SJ 


O&DV^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SD 


OSiTS^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SJ 


OZiWflT 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


re 


mnim , 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■li 


HOAffA 1 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■li 


05f?3«6 1 <50 


<» 


OH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J7 



DiEEmLicr BIDS 



r^fpAut^ 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmnir^el 

1 CirtHhn nunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llidol.Ld 


1 

l>L'0lh|i'«d 


1 

LnLBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWBOISTfI 


IWW2C 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3IHI)/ 






H-S^) 


i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


i>*L| 


wa'i-i 


(H*L^ 


flipl-t 


(mBJl.) 


LPHGW01 


0iri2n& 


<5D 


<» 


<3n] 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JS 


i?iiqn5 


<M 


<5D 


<iaa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


«IIJ/qi 


<50 


<5D 


< lJ(Mh 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si 


LH>K7Wi)f 


Oir]J/Ci 


HA 


^A 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


OJiib/oi 


N4 


XA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi'ij/aj 


HA 


NA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2ID3/C7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


0&Z7/C7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bt 


OSTjqfl? 


HA 


XA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


10 


OilltlOl 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bB 


lirmflu 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


OETXnH 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K 


ounnn 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.1 f 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bB 


OHHIV) 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


'o2ia>iiv) 


HA 


<50 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B7 


|]||fr<S 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Bi 


oai2« 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bJ 


OUIDAS 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HI 


OIQfinS 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bD 


■ I1B3W7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


0&Hfl7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b6 


0105^7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b7 


02D3W7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


lOIH^ 


<50 


<» 


<3(H 


y.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 

bl 


"TIJL^ 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


<5 u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


USTL^ 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


OMM^ 


<50 


W 13321 


lAOO 41321 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b9 


111 L^i 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


(BDH^i 


<50 


<5a 


^ IJOO 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


65 

VIA 


IIDfl^^ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


lia&INf 


NA 


70 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bD 


LH>MJWi)I 

DUFI?On?lA 

DUP1B3TU2JA 

DUF1)31L[):2B 
LTOIGWOJCL 


VfiiiaS 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


170 


OiribVOl 


HA 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


01113/aj 


HA 


H/l 


HA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


170 


oiri3«j 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


170 


l?Q]V? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


I2ID3/C? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


oaz7/c? 


HA 


PA 


NA 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


Oa27/C2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


osfiq/o? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


Oiril/D? 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


an 


OifHIOl 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


200 


UJl Lfl2 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


0Q7I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?00 


ll>S/C] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


2i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?I0 


Oa2E/C1 


NA 


PA 


HA 


2.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


03iiiiai 


<5Q 


<» 


<3IH 


ij ; 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


rai2i99 . 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


24S 


oniDm 1 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?79 


■ 111 ins 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


311 


~0&l3nS 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?20 


aiii.b9s 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


290 


OLQTAIB 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


24S 


IIB3«7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2bS 


0G1Un7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?70 


'05iDS«7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?30 


02U3«7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ZSO 


inrsiTrt : 


<5D 


<5a 


<3IH 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?I0 


Olfli/9& \ 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?20 


05f?!W> 1 <50 


<» 


<3IH 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


an 



DiEEmlicr 20D1 



Fa^SnI'U 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmHir^el 


CPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hjofjE 


IlidolvLd 


1 

IlLkUhllfd 

.4lHlllt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
JWB0I5M 


IWBOISTfI 


IWDOTD 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3IH(i/ 






ll-S^' 


il-^) 


IIWT-) 


wn-] 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


LPhKTWOI 


inm^ 


<» 


5i |]3?| 


1 joo <mi 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


an 


111 L^i 


<» 


<5D 


ODD 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


» 


inWii^s 


<50 


<5D 


< lJ(Mh 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 




HA 


XA 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


\i2 


N^ 


<.1U 


NA 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


IHl 


LH>rcivoi 


ih3>]5/a5 


NA 


yA 


NA 


^■> 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


bB 


OiribVOI 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


Oir|]/CJ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


2.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


9B 


I2IQ3/C7 


HA 


XA 


HA 


J.I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


99 


'OBZV/O? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


4.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


ovrwa 


HA 


PA 


HA 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


Oiril/C? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


2A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


iiioi/a] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


4.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


vas/c] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


4.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


" OS'lSfll 


HA 


PA 


HA 


4^ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


05112/^9 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


im 


ozriin? 


HA 


<5a 


ODD 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


■ Ill ins 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I4B 


oaiJ^K 


HA 


PA 


HA 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


OlflJ^d 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


0LiD7i<S 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fl6 


ILiHn7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


o&ium 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


05iltt«7 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


02M/q7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


IIQin& 


<50 


<50 


ODD 


1(1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


nauL^ 


<50 


<50 


ODD 


<5 D 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


4>5'rL^ 


<50 


<50 


ODD 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


ujon^ 


<» 


<5a 


31(1 Ui2t 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1110 


111 ins 


<» 


<50 


ODD 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


4WlL«i 


<50 


<5a 


< IJOD 


<5 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


l.tirHTEIJI Jih 1 


LFIDGWQI 


Oiri7«5 


HA 


HA 


HA 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^3 


OlIDVOI 


HA 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


O&IOVl ! 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^ 


O&IOV) 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fl7 


OiriM>J 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


79 


IZQMI? 


<50 


<50 


ODD 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^ 


IHAVII\2 


<» 


<5a 


ODD 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


q& 


Wi/WIOl 


<» 


<50 


ODD 


I.I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


96 


0111/02 


<50 


<bi 


<3m 


lA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Sb 


lll»«l 


<50 


<5a 


ODD 


1 ] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1i 


oa!L/ai 


<5D If 


<x' 


<bd' 


lA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


OS'l^/O] 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


1.1 f 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 


oiiim 


'X (UI5) 


<5D 


OM 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


1113^6 


<iO 


<5a 


OM 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Kd 


mnj5i96 


<50 


<5a 


ODD 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Sd 


01^ ZW 


<50 


<» 


ODD 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


El 


iim^i 


<» 


<vt 


ODD 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


E9 


m^Sii^s 


<» 


<5a 


ODD 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S7 


O&W^i 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B7 


OJ/^L^i 


<50 


<vt 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


77 


IIUMI 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U 


4KlW™3 


<50 


tiS nui 


HA 


JJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


143 



DiEEinlicr 30D5 



Fa^inlii 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph Kau lb 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithmi 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 

^viHipIr 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 


irHmHir^el 

1 CiitHhn hunAL' 


CPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hjofjE 


nrdol.Ld 


1 

l>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 




iwaii5i^/ 

IWBOISTfI 


IWWTO 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






H-B^) 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


fppl-t 


(mBJl-t 


LFICCWOI 


Oiri7V5 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


77 


OiriOiW 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7ft 


mi9KI 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>ID 


0&IIH>] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6ft 


"Ollflflj 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


79 


12/0001 


<K 


<50 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J2 


innnioi 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3T 


Ofi/\HII\2 


<K 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iS 


OiflllOl 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


I.I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


' IIIJ04I 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 


«ill«l 


<5a p 


<x' 


<S»' 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>ID 


amw' 


<u 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


tJ 


imiKb 


<5a 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3T 


mmi^ 


<» 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


3ft 


Oi'IZMD 


<w 


<5D 


N^ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


51 


lam^i 


<iO 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J7 


(BfUfli 


<» 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si 


ObiQE^i 


<M 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5ft 


OiribV5 


<5D 


79 IJ2SI 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI 


i?ii2m 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 
N\ 


4ft 


IKUIZ/U 


15(Mh JlZil 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


ifiocwai 


UllVfli 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


(iS 


OiriHm 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


oemnoi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


nf<-\aias 


N^ 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


6ft 


OVllflJ 


N^ 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6? 


I2i1»/C7 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bs 


W.1M/C2 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6B 


vdm/Qf 


<50 


<» 


<ioa 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6ft 


oirii/i\2 


<» 


<5D 


<iaa 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


IMXHti 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


oeriiiai 


<50 H 


^iO' 


<s»' 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6B 


05117/01 


<» 


<50 


ODQ 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6B 


OZriE/QT 


<H (Um 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6D 


I?II2« 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


OOOlM 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


0&DAff& 1 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5B 


01i?lW» 


<S1 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S? 


' l2iDin5 


<5ti 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4ft 


IHi?£« 


<5D 


<50 


440 |JQ> 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


a 


0&i1V:?5 1 


<S] 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


Oiri6n5 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


1113^^ 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


OQvq/m 


flB fJQ) 


7ft I32SI 


HA 


Q.q 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


LfHCAlW 
DUFU3IBUI1A 


iai?6«5 


<5D 


<» 


710 Y 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


31 


Oiri7n5 


NA 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


19 


Oiri?j« 1 


<S] 


<vt 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L9 


Oiri7V5 


<»i; 


il 


^ ?I10U 


<2U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17B 


IIU/OI 


<» 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


vaiirtki 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5D 


o!i:q«i 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ZD 


nSiTK/OI 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?a 


Ih^ll/OI 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L9 


Ih^/ll/OJ 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L9 


IZWflJ 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


vaai/aj 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


fli^iaflj 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


zs 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



Fa^7Dl44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 


irHmHir^el 


CPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

.4lHlllt 


1 

InLBKlllll 


1 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
SWB015M 




iwwn 


ItllM 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






H-S^) 


tf^t 


HW^) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


fppl-t 


(mBJl.) 


LFHCAIM 

iTnULl 
DUFOZIOO] 

rT«jL| 

iTnULl 
LFHHU3DtDUPL 

iTnULl 


OiriOVJ 


<5D 


<» 


<3(H 


3.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bB 


0?IID«J 


NA 


PA 


HA 


H.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U2iiaias 


NA 


PA 


HA 


1(1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2/2iiai 


<50 


L2aA-C2 


<1X 


n y 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lICi 


i2i!iiai 


<^o 


<5I1 


<2sa 


■lS UJ 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


11(1 


LFiaSPUl 

iToljLl 

iToijLl 
iToULl 
iTnULl 

dufi:d3djib 

iTnULl 

LFLDSFOLCL 

iToljLl 

iTnULl 


^yviiias 


<iO 


<50 


<ira 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


10 


OiflllOS 


NA 


XA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12I11IIH 


<» 


<50 


<ioa 


r» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 


l2IUim 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


V3irvia 


<50 


<» 


OH 


QJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si 


ovrtM 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiriow 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


I2ID3/CJ 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


J.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4D 


i2iaiiai 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4D 


l2IDliaS 


<50 


<>IB 


<ija 


1? 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


1MB 


*tB/i9iaS 


<» 


<5D 


<3IH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


obriinoi 


<5D 


uovz 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


EB 


IZQMI? 


<50 


<5a 


<2sa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^ 


l'ilLSi4f5 1 


[J^iGAIM 

DUPft536»IA 
LFiCWIOOCL 

DUFIZlWllA 




<V} 


<5D 


OH 


<b 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


300 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


U5r»fli 


<5D U 


» 


'HD U 


<2 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3» 


*&Siim 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


33(1 


fHiSIOS 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


33(1 


i2i:biia 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


33D 
330 


i2iibia^ 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


vaizvoi 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


V3lSiim 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


oirnita 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


IZOM/CJ 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


0&l4iVI ! 


<5n 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


310 


ObiDM» 1 


<S1 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


iznu/c? 


<5ti 


<5a 


OH 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2b) 


O&TQ/C? 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


I.L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


05in/c7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?90 


"OUDbVC? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


1 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?JIO 


ii<2Fi/ai 


<50 


<50 


OH 


IS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


oan/Q] 


<50 


^M' 


<HK>' 


1 3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?70 


05'ia/ai 


<50 


<» 


OH 


1.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


310 


OTI7L/0D 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


il 


NA 


NA 


NA 


-100 


LFSGAIOL 


^ysfSiias 


^■iO 


<5n 


OH 


<% 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


210 
N\ 


IhSrSi/OI 


<30 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OirsAH 


<M 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


i?ii6m 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


vaiivoi 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


250 


05r»/OI 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»0 


OJ/IS/OI 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?J0 


iznu/Qj 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»0 


oai4i«j 


<5a 


<5a 


4» 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


250 


0&iDM>J 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


IZDIfl? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 
330 


4>&fq/a7 


<iO 


<5D 


OH 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05in/c7 


<» 


<» 


OH 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


310 



DiEEmlicr 30D5 



IV:BdI44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llHol.Ld 


1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

.4lHlllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 


IWEOIITfI 


iwwn 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






H-S^) 


il-^) 


IIWT-) 


wn-} 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


fliffl-t 


(mBJl-t 


LRGAIOL 
LF5CWI0ICL 


ouriv? 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


310 


|]j:«iVI 


<H 


<» 


<3H 


1^ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


oawAi 1 <s 


<x' 


<HO' 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


310 


IDIIDiV] 


^MJ 


<5a 


<3M 


1.1 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


2ftO 


4>5'iafli 


^■iO 


\<1 nJp 


<iO 


ij 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


2M0 


mniiQO 


<30 


<50 


NA 


iA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3410 


LKiGAIOI 

DUFI?0»I>3IA 

LF5CWI02CL 


^yBsSiias 


<50 


11 Y 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?I0 


vt/iiias 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?» 


l2IUim 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


iS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


OfilJL/OI 


<» 


<» 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?30 


" 03l21lia 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?B 


oifKiia 


<U 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


I2IQ3VJ 


<M 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


230 


I21I3/DJ 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


210 


l2IDliaS 


<W 


<ie 


<iia 


*> L 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


3h3 


v&uiai 


<iO 


<5D 


<3M 


y.9 


NA 


NA 


NA 


330 


udWvoj 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


b.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3H0 


LFHTtyiQ] 

DUFUeiW32A 
LFiCWIIHCL 


<>5QJ/M 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


03>]5/a5 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


0&ll«l 


<» 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


200 
200 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


oaz7*i 


<5D 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


OirilMH 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


IZQJVJ 


<ia 


<5a 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


200 


*w\9ias 


''<0 


<5D 


<3M 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


2410 


^wiiias 


<30 


<5D 


<3M 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2410 


Kii^iai 


<50 


<5D 


<2sa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


200 


IHSm/QJ 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


LFiGAIOI 


ihs'rjfli 


<w 


<5D 


<3M 


<s 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


'10 


vfiiias 


<w 


<5D 


<3M 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


2M0 


l?IU«l 


<M 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


230 


0&ll«] 


<» 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


230 


05r»/(U 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


230 


U3<ia/ai 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


290 


i2/niias 


<W 


<r^\i 


^ira 


<% 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


2410 
2410 


K^uias 


<iO 


<5\l 


<1M 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obmioj 


<5n 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2A0 


PUSbl 1 


LPbGAlO] 

DUPI205(HJA 

LTftCWIiKKTL 

DUPn90502JA 

DUF1h3l?1h?IA 
LTftCWIiKKTL 

DUFI?UUhllA 


iWD':ai 


<iO 


<3I) 


N^ 


<% 


D793 


MODISH 


ihvyz 


3D 


UJ/IS/OI 


'ia 


^■A 


NA 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


I2IU/CJ 


<K 


<5D 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


I2IU/CJ 


<K 


<5D 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2D5fl3 


<K 


<48 UJ 


NA 


19 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4ia2a/aj 


<K 


<50 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WvlPflJ 


'ia 


<.in 


N^ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


OHIflJ 


<iO 


^51) 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2i1»/C7 


<» 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wm/a? 


<50 


<» 


NA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wiu/a2 


<50 


<» 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ObiU/C2 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


1 ] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oifil/Ol 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


1.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wlll/Ol 


<50 


<» 


HA 


1 ] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0iri2«? 


<5Q 


<n UJ 


HA 


<2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I21U4I 


<50 


<» 


HA 


1 ] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2Di/a] 


<» 


<5D 


HA 


1.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 
NA 


i?^m/cj] 


<» 


<5D 


NA 


l.^BJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vafq/Q] 


<50 


to' Yfll 


HA 


1.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OS'lVfll 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


lA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


imiiflo 


<iO 


<3I) 


N^ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


LnChVIDL 


IkLIM/Qi 


<» 


<5D 


NA 


<i 


1 11 


MODISH 


1 22 


JJ 



DiEEmlicr 3001 



Fa^^nl'U 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 


nidoivLd 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOI^M 


IWBOISTfI 


iwwn 


IAJ2M 


lfiJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3IHI)/ 






H-B^) 


i|*L) 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


DUn)&030?IA 


oirism 


<5D 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izmvoj 


<M 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&foiai 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iWiaias 


<50 


<vt 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' OljqflJ 


<» 


<5a 


NA 


1 3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2i0till\l 


<» 


<5a 


NA 


IS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


tHom? 


<50 


<5a 


N.\ 


li, 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&DHI2 


<50 


<5a 


NA 


IS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WtfOilOl 


<50 


<5a 


NA 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiinio! 


<50 


<5a 


NA 


3.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I20U>I 


<5D 


<» 


NA 


3.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«i?M>l 


<5a 


^.x' 


NA 


J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


larn/oi 


<5a 


<5D 


HA 


It 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ainiim 


'K 


<5a 


H^ 


'i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


LRpGAIOI 

DUPnaiBoaiA 

LFdpCWIOJCL 

DLIF03I3D?IA 
DLIFI?D3DIJA 


^WDiias 


<y) 


<3I) 


N^ 


<% 


DH5I J 


DJBi; 


3Ci>IJ 


51 


I2litiim 


<iO 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3J 


OBiii/fa 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3D 


nisSiim 


<50 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3J 


Wilim 


<50 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JS 




<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


Wi/aiioi 


<M 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriEVJ 


<5a 


<5D 


HA 


u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


njiiK/cj 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


27 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ihj/ii/aj 


^■iO 


<5D 


NA 


<2 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


i2i: iiai 


<iO 


<5D 


HA 


tfl 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHQ5«? 


<5a 


<5D 


HA 


J.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obntna 


<5ti 


<» 


HA 


i.\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03113/02 


<50 


<» 


NA 


2.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01113/02 


<50 


<» 


HA 


2b 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


l2iD3/ai 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


2i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2iQ3/ai 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


2E 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0QQ7m 


<5D 


H ' Y_Vf 


HA 


13 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O^IEVI 


<» 


<» 


HA 


2.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIiq«D 


<50 


<5D 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DUFIhSiaUIA 


OSfZifli 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5? 
12 


OLiu/a5 


<» 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


ami 1 


MODISH 


397 J 


oiiu/ai 


<50 


<50 


HA 


<i 


aiBbt 


^(iDIilJ 


O-SBbl 


12 


OLiU/Ci 


<5DI] 


<!I01I 


HA 


<1U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


I2litiim 


^^0 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


71 


ih&iz/ai 


^■iO 


<5n 


N^ 


<S 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


77 


ih&iz/ai 


<iO 


<50 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


05r»/OI 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BJ 


OiriJ/OJ 


<M 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SB 


l?QM>J 


<5D 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


0&IJ4J 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


Wi^iaiai 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


OiflllOI 


<M 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2ID6IV? 


<5a 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQQS/O? 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


OMUfl? 


^W 


<5n 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


ftfuiai 


<iO 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izn^/ai 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n/Di 


<» 


^M' 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o«i7m 


<5D 


<» 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


07IIMHI 


<5n 


<» 


HA 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEinlicr 20D1 



F>£[ I04]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph Kau lb 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithmi 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 

^viHipIr 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


irHmnv^el 
1 CirtHhn bunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 


llidol.Ld 


1 

l>L'0lh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


LnLBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 
iWBOl^M 


iwaiiiB/ 

IWEOIITfI 


iwHin 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^' 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-] 


WS'L, 


(IJffll 


flipl-J 


(mBJl.) 


DUFI?I70I2A 

DUFOSrVDJJC 
1JHJ*1I9CL 


IHSDL/ai 


<K 


<» 


<3IH 


<i 


DITI 


<ata5ii 


n.37L 


JS 


OLIM/ai 


<K 


<» 


<3IH 


PA 


D1J4 


<Doau 


0144 


11 


i2niiia 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1? 


111 7*3 


<K 


<vt 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


oaizvoi 


<K 


<50 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ID 


o&rv/oi 


<K 


I7DHY 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


05fZ7*l 


<5D 


<vt 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


05fZ7*1 


<» 


<bb 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


13 D 


oj>]s/ai 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lb 


i2im/aj 


hA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJ 


oai^/a; 


<50 


<» 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


o4^]a/aj 


hA 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


S\ie ^ fbiih Firi ilUy 1 


NKCjAIU 
DLiP<HIT4U!A 




<iO 


<» 


<3M 


Q.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<5Q 


<5a 


<3M 


7b 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7«l 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oin7«i 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oin7«i 


<50 


<4a 


<iia 


61 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ojiiE/aj 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


" oviMir 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


31 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<>5'17fll 


<50 


<» 


<3(H 


< L U3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


KHE^d 


hA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02fll^J9 


<50 


bi |]?i| 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OIIBI^B 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


oaunT 


hA 


XA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


|]IU/q7 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l»ia?7 


<5Q 


31(1 fJQ) 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


07ll7m7 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IllL^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


1BD3^ 


<» 


11 I3ISI 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0biD5n& 


<U 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01i?Dn& 


<M 


<5D 


< aa iijQ> 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ii;hi?5 . 


<S] 


<» 


1 OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


09J?in5 ' 


<n 


te1ia> 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


luiom 


<»" " 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NKG^Dl 


Oiri&Ci 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7m 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriMIJ 


<50 


<» 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OJIMI? 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


os'ib/ai 


<50 


<5D 


^HO 


< I UJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


021? 3A9 


<50 


<50 |UI3) 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLi^mS 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05f70«7 


NA 


XA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiiun7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' OllS^ ■ 


<H HHil 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OblUAA 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01114^ 


<K 


<vt 


< S» <liQ) 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iBf?2/qi 


<K 


<vt 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLOU/qS 


< ID 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NKG^D] 


03I1E45 


<H 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7VI 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriTA? 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02f73«9 


<50 


<50 iun) 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlJTCnB 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IH'il^T 


<H (Um 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




imiirti 


II 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEinlicr 3001 



F>^llDf44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


irHmnv^el 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


nidoivLd 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


iwBoiirFi 


iwHin 


lbJ2M 


ibJiM 


|QJ?M 


E3MD/ 






ll-S^l 


il-^) 


\v^* 


i>*L| 


(H*L^ 


(Hfi^^ 


flipl-J 


(mBJl-t 


NKGWDI 


ih3>]b/a5 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


infiina 


<50 


<57 


<]ia 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriBV) 1 


<S] 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0iri2V? 


nisn 


<» 


ODQ 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


" OS'lVfll 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


< L UI 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02/21IV) 


<» 


<50 |UU) 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLiTDiOS 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3IH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iui]n7 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n/qy 


3H] ilSll 


<5D 


<3IH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osTjq^T 


<50 


IB fJJ?) 


<3H 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


07117^7 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?IIIW» 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 im^i 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oim/Qi 


< 1(1 


['■A 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NKCWD5 


1hJ<]D«5 


<5a 


<» 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


uai]«i 


N4 


PA 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7«l 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriE^J 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




<50 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^50 


<5D 


OH 


< I UJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


imam 


<5D 


<50 |UID,UIJ| 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLi?lj<S 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IUU^7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osim«7 


<» 


1 ID rji?> 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


on?™. 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I?|]L^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQiDJAA 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


abmn& 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01^ AA 


<50 


<5D 


< BO <liQ> 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


1 1193^5 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


05f?&fli 


<M 


<» 


OH 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLmns 


< ID 


PA 


NA 


HA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


.jndEini \ 


U'Ut:Wi)3 




NA 


PA 


1 .N^ . 
OH 


<5 


NA 


hA 


NA 


1 ts 


<5n 


<5D 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA ' 


61 


Oiri7iW ' 


<S1 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7J 


l»lbw 


NA 


IHO fJQ) 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


llA 


tniwm 


<50 


PA 


hA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




<50 


11 I3ISI 


<50 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


£l 


<» 


<5D 


lihn 41^^ 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si 


OUL£<S 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJ? 


IHiD6n7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


79 


021Un7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


05f?fl«6 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 




Oirim» 


<50 


<5D 


OH (Ulb) 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


04m /Qi 


NA 


PA 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ajQ 


LFOGAIOI 
DUFOJIVMJB 
LRICWIOJCL 

DUF1Z15DI3C 
LRICiWIOICL 

LFOGAIOI 
DUFUeilUlIA 
LlilGWIOTCL 

DUPffilHUIA 

DUIV?I>WI2A 


oin7/ci 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


1Hfl7/M 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I3D 


UJ/lVfli 


<5Dll 


<»U 


< JIKiU 


<2U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


113 
IJD 


1115/01 


hA 


PA 


hA 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?|]5«l 


NA 


PA 


NA 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJD 


I?II5«I 


NA 


PA 


HA 


<1U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IAD 


4iaiL/ai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


iiaiL/ai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


O&IIAI 


< HH 


^ ICDl- 


<j[»u; 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


iai?5i«i 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


05i?5«l 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB 


OIW/OI 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IAD 


UHD^/OI 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IAD 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



F>£Dl2i]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






U-ST-' 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


flipl-t 


(mEJl-t 


[J-UGAIOI 

DUFIHkUhJIA 
LRICWIOJCL 

DUn&IAOJlA 
LfilCWIOJCL 

DLlF03?in3IA 


iznt/cj 


<K 


<» 


on 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


iznu/cj 


<K 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


I2M«J 


<5D 


<41l UJ 


<?40 Ul 


bs 


NA 


NA 


NA 


\71 


aernnti 


<5D 


<50 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


ob/viioi 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


obw/cj 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


obwvj 


<5D 


<» 


<!sa 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


OUTOVJ 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


01i?0«J 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


LHOWIDl 


OiriMH 


<H 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


171 urn 


HA 


HA 


HA 


i.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


OKIOiW 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


0505/01 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


r» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


Oi/Vlim 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


l2IDl/aS 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


OBiuiai 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


Wi/viiai 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


ftisraias 


<» 


<50 


OH 


IE 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


LFIGft'lOl 

DUFnVnojiA 


vvi5ias 


^■iO 


<5D 


<irxi 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


?I0 


l2iUim 


N^ 


^■A 


N^ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2'Ki 


vaia/oi 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»0 


OSiU/OI 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»0 


uaw/oi 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2K 


l2ID2/aS 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2K 
?40 


OR'nias 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obf\fiiai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2K 


oboq/cj 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2K 


Oim/QJ 


<50 


<50 


OH 


i 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2n 


LFIGWIM 


UJ/lSfli 


<W 


<5a 


<Wi 


^■i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


l2iUim 


N^ 


PA 


H\ 


^■i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


vaia/oi 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2JI0 


USTU/OJ 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


01iW«l 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


IZiDZfiJ 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


0&IM>] ! 


<"5n 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


ObiDM» 1 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


OiTXIOI 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


LFIGA'Hn 


oimios 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


l2IUim 


HA 


ys 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


vaia/oi 


<50 


<50 


490 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


Ob?5«l 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


oimna 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


12/01101 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


0&I3/CJ 


<» 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


ObW/DJ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


01i?C/CJ 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


IE 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


lL.I.«cllniLlinnlutalArBB] I 


HII3HJWIIO 
DUPimUhSJA 


ovana 


<50 


<iO 


OH 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


Oifll/OS 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


Oifll/OS 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


l2IUim 


<» 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2A0 


llll'H^WLDI 


IhSOJfli 


< LM 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


*y}/i2/as 


<W 


<rM 


<VX\ 


% L 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


'■iO 


BBIFZHH 

it™ii 


^yf/ii/vi 


<W 


<3I) 


OH 


<% 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


140 


I2li(iim 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


i2i:tiifa 


HA 


PA 


HA 


IS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BBJSPIOD 


lanum , 


<» U 


Tl 


^iOO U 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osDun 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01i?2«5 1 <50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


75 



DiEEinlicr 3005 



F>^IJi]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



Namr 


1 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmHir^el 


CPHlp rBel4>ll 

1 L^irtihri hun^E 

LV<-,J 


llidolvLd 


1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 
Al9<lllt 


1 

Lr^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 


IWEOISTfI 


iwwn 


lbJ2M 


lbJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






^s^> 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


wn-} 


(H*L^ 


wa/i-i 


fppl-t 


(mBJl-t 


HI^JSAIDI 


IhS'llfli 


<50 


<» 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


|T™jL| 
[ToQll 


^yBSfias 


HA 


PA 


HA 


53 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


auuiia 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


ouuna 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi^ii/as 


<50 


<5D 


OIH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


EJ 


1117/01 


<» 


XA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iTnljLl 
lT~dl1 


^ysQiias 


<50 


<5D 


<ira 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


^yBstiias 


hA 


PA 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m/uias 


hA 


PA 


HA 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 
NA 


UlfU/Ci 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oinma 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVO 


I?II7«I 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


I?II7«I 


HA 


PA 


HA 


63 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


.jHTEIil E 




















DUF1h3ll4UlA 
DAECIVDKL 


ni'iiiVH 


<5n 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


Ul'IL/OI 


<5a 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


oini«i 


<50 


I4DHY 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


oin[«i 


<50 


<5D 


<!sa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


o&foias 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


ftfuiai 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


I2I1U/C2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«|Q]/C2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


OUH/C? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


oifiina 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


I2IQ3VI 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


o&a«i 


HA 


PA 


HA 


lA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


200 


<>5'17fll 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


< I Ul 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


i&iv^je 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IflO 


0?I15«9 


<50 


<5a 


<MI\ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


IHO 
IHO 


1 lllb^d 


HA 


PA 


N^ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


nai-i^B 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI 


Olf]>l^li 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


0\IUIVi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


1 iiia^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


0&lin7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


r» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


Oai3i?7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


r» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


0?II3«7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


i2mn& 


<50 


<50 


OH 


B 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


o&an& 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


" 05fM«6 


<5ti 


<5a 


OH until 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


01m n& 


<50 


1 1(1 rji?> 


JlKfl JHJl 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


113 


i?ii mi 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


131 


OQiiini 


<50 


<5a 


< IJOO 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HQsm 


<5D 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 

140 


'OBZ7«7 


HA 


70 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


D\EG*4U 
DIIPI7D3DI IB 


Oiri6«5 


HA 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


IH/lVfll 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


va2a/a! 


HA 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


190 


Oir|]/CJ 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


iznu/c? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


OQUj/a? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


oboh/a? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


OJIM? 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


i2iD]/a] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


l2iQ]«l 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


oe/viioi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


oiinioi 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


< [ U] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


OSII7W9 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15? 



DiEEmlicr 3(HU 



F>f I4i]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph Kau lb 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithmi 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 

^viHipIr 


TPH □■ I'lOioliBi' 


irHmHir^el 

1 CiitHhn hunAL' 


CPHlp rBel4>ll 

1 L^irtihri hun^E 

LV<-,J 


llHolvLd 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

.4lHlllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabrldr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 


IWdlJ^I^/ 
IWEOISTfI 


IWW9I 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^' 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-] 


(H*L1 


(Hfi^l 


fliffl-J 


(mBJl-t 


D\&G*1U 


*ai5f^ 


<K 


-I7<t25) 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IIT 


1 \iibm 


HA 


:^^ 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TSb 


oauAS 1 


NA 


WA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


66 


aiii4i<s 


HA 


fiA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


III] 


OI'lJ^K 


<K 


<5a 


<ioa 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


1 1'lQfl ■ 


HA 


ys 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ED 


0&1L«7 


HA 


fiA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5D 


l&HflT 


HA 


fiS 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bo 


02112/^7 


hA 


ys 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


inurtft 


<50 


<50 


<ioa 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


66 


O&W^ 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ED 


0iVlDV4& 


<50 


<X lUbl 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SD 


OIQ^HA 1 


<5a 


1 1(1 rji?> 


?.7M Oi2l 


<S U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


10 


I?llin5 


<5D 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J4 


" 0*1 L^i 


<K 


<5a 


^ IJOO 


<an} 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 IIP Ml 


<K 


NA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


IIDZ/q2 


NA 


<5D 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


96 


DUF1hJI&(mA 


ih3>Jb/ai 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


oifibios 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


WIHHH 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


O&I^J 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7B 


OiriJVJ 


<M 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


120 


1211^/02 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


mniiai 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 
140 


obfwiai 


NA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


itfii/ai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


120 


in/iMir 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2Q 


i2D]/a] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JD 


K^SIOi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


I.I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MO 


ihS'lVfll 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 UJ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


nsrjB^je 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ibl 


OJlS/fl^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


ll<]7^|{ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17? 


OBIilf^S 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


107 


ouisn ; 


HA 


PA 


ha" 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


0UI4i<S 1 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


IUII]^7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


120 


oai2n7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


0SIHW7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


■0?II3«7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


l2iD6n& 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


oe/vm 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


onsom 


<50 


<x lUbi 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


01iDfin& 


<5D 


130 IM2t 


IBM 41321 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


125 
90 


~ I2f| 1^5 


<50 


<X liH] 


< BO <liQ> 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


00112^5 


<5Q 


<5a 


< IJOO 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiQ&m 


<5D 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IK 


iiQzn? 


HA 


<50 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?00 


DABT'fUa 


03<ib/ai 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


u3>iL/ai 


HA 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


oan/cj 


HA 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


oi'iiva; 


HA 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


I2i1b/C2 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


«jD]/C? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


' obnina 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


oirima 


HA 


<5D 


OH 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


ii/nMOi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 




iti'2>i/a] 


HA 


PA 


HA 


lA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 



DiEEinlicr 2005 



F>£[ I54]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmnv^el 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llidol.Ld 


1 

l>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwDon 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






^S^> 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-] 


(H*L^ 


(Hfi^^ 


fliffl-t 


(mBJl-t 


DUF1h5IT1hl2A 


n5ii7/c] 


HA 


<» 


om 


15 J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


0511 7/D1 


HA 


<5D 


<3IH 


lA 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


0SII7W9 


NA 


^A 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


0?lim9 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m 


ll'lb^K 


HA 


ys 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHO 


Oai4^9l{ 


HA 


NA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


oaivs . 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


aiii4i<s 


HA 


fiA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


\io 


DKU^K 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


1 1'lQN ■ 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


O&IL^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


USiUflT 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


02112^7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


IZiDbV^a 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


no 


o&am 


<50 


<5a 


<3M 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


lanm 


<5Q 


<5a 


<3IH (Ulb) 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


oin^m 


<5D 


<» 


UKi |J1?> 


<S U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


i?iiin5 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15? 


OQiizni 


<50 


<5D 


< IJOO 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'OUDSWi 


< ID 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


DUF1h3IT4UIA 


nfisias 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


IH/IV/OI 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]| 


Uiri7/a] 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


21 


omq/cj 


<50 


<» 


<3IH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2? 


Oirj 1102 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


os'iB'qe 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?47 


oj'is'qe 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


H 


oi/is^a 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


33 


OI<]>L^|{ 


<50 


<5a 


OM 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


>ID 
>ID 


I2lilfil7 


<» 


<5D 


I.5HIR321 


<i 


NA 


NA 


0?II3«7 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3D 


0107 n& 


<5n 


<5a 


6bO rji?> 


<s u 


NA 


NA 


NA 


29 


l?IU^5 


<5a 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


19 


oimni 


< ID 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U 


DABT'fOE 


01i?S/Ci 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


Oir]7/a] 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


o&ih;dj 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


Oiri^J 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


izmvo? 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


49 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


qa 


obmioi 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


OifHIOl 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


iiin«i 


HA 


PA 


HA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 


0&7q«l 


HA 


PA 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 

11 


os'ib/ai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05IIE^99 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


10? 


07llAi99 . 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7ft 


lUITRS 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 


oai^ns 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b9 
rkLfLLii 


Olfl^^d 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUUi^S 1 


n;Sl 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'Do 


IUIIfl7 1 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


50 


OBI 2^7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bo 


OSilJ^T 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


'0iUfl7 


HA 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


iitatm 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bo 


oa^m 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ia 


O&IOffA 


<S] 1 


<W(LH^,L'q| 


< J0D4tJr».ULr»| 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


01iD7n& 1 < 50 


?ftl flE) 


SOOO tll2l 


<i\I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?03 



DiEEinlicr 3005 



Pa£[ \bof-U 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


irHmnir^el 

1 CirtHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llHol.Ld 


1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

.4lHlllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWEOISTfI 


IWW9I 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^l 


i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


i>W/L| 


wa'i-i 


(H*L^ 


fliffl-t 


(mEJl-t 


D\&G*4B 


IllJ^i 


<» 


<» 


ODQ 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


IKUIZ/Ji 


<50 


<5a 


^ lJ(Mh 


<5i: 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1kW)3«i 


II 


ys 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


bs 


D4H;WIDI 


ihSTfifli 


<50 


<50 


ODQ 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


LB 


oi'ib/ai 


<» 


<5a 


<3IH 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


[■ 


aerii/ia 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ovum 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]| 


oiriim 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15 


aerxioi 


NA 


ys 


hA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 
5J 


'obmioi 


<5ti 


<50 


<3IH 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnioi 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


1.L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


D4a7AbD2 


OSiTbVQi 


<50 


<5D 


<iaa 


<5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3H(i 


oinb/a5 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


450 


i?iiJ/ai 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


530 


'o&izm 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


510 


05fZ7*l 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


530 


OiriSVOl 


<» 


PA 


HA 


i.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5H0 


I2IV/CJ 


<» 


<vt 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QlO 


o&i^ias 


<» 


190 HY 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QJO 


Wi/aiiai 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJO 


OiflllOI 


<5D 


<» 


<3(H 


1.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BIO 


ILi?6iV? 


<» 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DA&GWED3 

DUPft3IT4>5JA 

DUFI?I3UIIA 
DAEGA'iaJCL 

DUFOKILDJJB 
DAECAIOHTL 

DUFU52BUIIA 
DAECAiaSTL 

DUFDllOOIJB 
DAECAiaSTL 

DUFI?1U031A 

DAECAiaJCL 

DUPDKIIDJJB 
DAECAiaSTL 

DUFV&DI031A 
DAECAIQJCL 

DUF1h3l»l>JlA 
DAECAiaiCL 


ovmos 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


oimios 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 
140 


omiias 


HA 


ys 


HA 


<2U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


VifillOS 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


IllS/OI 


<K 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


1115/01 


<» 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


IllS/Ol 


NA 


XA 


HA 


<1U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IH 


iiaiL/ai 


<50 


<50 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


Ih&lL/OI 


<50 


<» 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


4K']L/ai 


< LM 


< lOD > 


^400 Ul 


<J0 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


4>5iai/a] 


<50 


<» 


<»0 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


OSIH/OI 


<50 


<» 


<»0 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


a5i?E«] 


<50 


<JB 


<1UI 


r» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


Ul'IC/Ol 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


01l]C«l 


<50 


<5a 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


Oir]a«] 


<50 


<ii) 


<?Aa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


iznu/cj 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


iznt/cj 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


iznu/cj 


<50 


<>m uj 


^?40 Ul 


6.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


153 


vai^/cj 


<50 


51 HY 


<iaa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


flB'iqflJ 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


iiaiq/a! 


<50 


<50 


<2H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


obn^L/cj 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


obn^/Qj 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


vdiM/cj 


<50 


<5a 


<!sa 


3i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


oiiiiiai 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


IHfiilOI 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


uifuiai 


<50 


<50 


<2sa 


4.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


iMiiiai 


<50 


<K 


<SWI 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


140 


DA&3WL&1 
DUP1fi36»!A 
DAEG A 104411 


OSiTbVQi 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


1^ 


05f»fli 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


Jb 


n5iSiias 


<5aii 


rki 


^ WOU 


<1U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7B 


oiritna 


<M 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


IZriMH 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


72 


0&l2iW 


niSO 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6? 


iHi??m 1 


<S] 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


69 


OiriJ«l 


<50 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7J 



DiEEmlicr 30D5 



F>^l7Df44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwwn 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






ll-S^l 


i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


flipl-t 


(msl-t 


DA&3WL&I 
DUnei^lhJlA 


i2flvias 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


70 


Kii^ias 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


66 


^wi^iai 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


^WVIOI 


<50 


<50 


<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7B 


oirii/oi 


<5Q 


<5a 


<3H 


i.q 


NA 


NA 


NA 


79 


IMTilOl 


<50 


<5D 


<5M 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


260 


DAESPOJ 
[Toljll 

DIJPII?SDL 


uvi2/as 


<50 


<5D 


<3M 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ZD 


av2i/i\s 


H.\ 


y^ 


NA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2i?E«1 


HA 


ys 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12^/DI 


HA 


ys 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


i2isiai 


NA 


y^ 


NA 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


FflroLcuni ReLiJst SLici 


loildirK J 34^ 


IJl^MWOI 

DUFia»0?IA 

LSISWVpIUCL 

DUFffiHHhllA 
LJiyMAfllCL 


4hJ<7L«5 


<M 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QHC 


UiriMU 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T40 


l2iQJ«J 


<5D 


<» 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QflO 


oermoi 


<5ti 


<» 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TOO 


o^iaias 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T40 


' IH/IMIJ 


hA 


<5D 


<3H 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2IW/C7 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T50 


I2iw/a2 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T50 


I2IW/C7 


<50 


<5D 


<1X 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


360 


O&a/D? 


<5D 


<» 


<ioa 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T40 
BIO 


I»in/C7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlQbVC? 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


1 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BIO 


lirxflu 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


[Q 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B20 


oeninoi 


<50 


<x' 


<s»' 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T40 


oan/Di 


<50 


il ' Y_VJ 


<s»' 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T40 


oan/ci 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T60 


O^IIC/CI 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


13 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T60 


OiSillV) 


HA 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B20 


*t2li^f^ 


NA 


<5a 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJI 


lUIE/QB 


HA 


<50 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6&a 


oai&<s 


NA 


<50 |UI5) 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


701 


aiiiA« . 


NA 


<» 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Q79 


0inn99 1 


NA 


<» 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QJJ 


Ilji30«7 


NA 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJQ 


OT'JL^T 


NA 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJT 


05101^7 


NA 


<» 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TAB 


0111097 1 


NA 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BHB 


IIJ75W6 


NA 


<5a 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WUIZ/W 


NA 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OB/\Pif^S 


NA 


<5a 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DUFuOuarjiA 


IhS/Ufli 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


710 


Ol^L/Ci 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BAO 


I?ll6«l 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QJO 


oai?«i 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600 


" OiSSiim 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


650 


OiriSVOl 


<M 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6J0 


llQJiVl 1 


<5n 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600 


O&IIV) 


<5I1 


290HY 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


550 


obm/cj 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


610 
610 


obiuvcj 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0iri2VJ 


NA 


<5D 


OH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izom? 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MO 


iznu/c? 


<» 


<» 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»0 


oaovc? 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J0 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



hfn IHi]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

l>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabrldr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


IAJ3M 


l£J3M 


|QJ?M 


E3M0/ 
S*10» 






ll-S^' 


il-^) 


IIWT-) 


ly-^i 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


lll4MWi)3 
DUF1h»ll60?IA 
DUFIIJEOIIA 

DUFUSHHhllA 


^yBSJOiai 


<K 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QB 


^ytsOiiai 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OHO 


VifOtilOl 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QJO 


IMSIOl 


<K 


<5D 


<3IH 


1 ] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MO 


IMISIOl 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J0 


van/ci 


<K 


ST ' Y_\; 


<S»' 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J0 


nan/Qi 


<K 


6T ' Y_^f 


<KK>' 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


550 


o&n«i 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


<? 


NA 


NA 


NA 


550 


05IICVI 


<5D 


<5D 


<3H 


1 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J0 


Oiri9i99 1 


HA 


<» 


<3H 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T31 


OIIIW9 1 


an 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Tto 


|]||&<S ' 


HA 


<5D 


<3H 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QflO 


o&isns 


HA 


<50 |UI5> 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QJT 


'aiiib<s 


HA 


<» 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5i5 


OLrZ£<S 


HA 


<5D 


<3H 


WA 


NA 


NA 


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78 


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NA 


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130 


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200 


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TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
MdbDd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwwn 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






H-ST-' 


i|'^> 


HW^) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


flipl-t 


(mgl-t 


HlftSPZZB 
llrlcniKtfDlr] 

DUFaiILn!l\ 


OllU/Ci 


<» 


<» 


<3(H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


oifKita 


<50 


<5a 


OM 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2iDiiai 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K^uiai 


<50 


<vt 


<3IH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


v&uias 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wifotiiai 


<» 


<5a 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnioi 


<5D 


<5a 


<3H 


vs 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2IWV? 


<5D 


<50 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


««I/C7 


<M 


<5a 


<3IH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'obnina 


<5ti 


<5a 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OifllK! 


<5D 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1-2MIIH 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mmioi 


<5D 


<x' 


^»o' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


D5<ib«i 


<50 


<ia 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


1B.'15N9 


<ia 


<5D 


1 VX\ 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


OHD]^^ 


<iO 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S15 


liraim 


<» 


<57 


<]IC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaf, 


oeraiv 


<5Q rUIB) 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


H 


O&QVS 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


43 5 


OiriZOS 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«4D 


111 7^7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HiD 


miitii^i 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lAO 


I0UFZ34 
[HiPZlACL 


0UD5iaS 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 




<iO 


<3I) 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


71 


■l5D U 


<ft> |] 


<HH) U 


<2 U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


73 


OiriMH 


<5a 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2iDM>? 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQQSiV? 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iai?«n? 


<m 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'0107/07 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


|]J?««I 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHQ5«I 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaimi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OT'llflO 


N^ 


^■A 


^■A 


^■i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 
NA 


I2iu/a7 


<iO 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


«.iu/a2 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05f?flfl2 


<» 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlQVn? 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i]j?qvi 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


wm/ai 


<50 


<ia' 


^JOO' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0511 L/ai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osTJ^je 


<50 


?> <I2S| 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiiDi;^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


ILi?b<S 


<50 


<bl 


<370 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


O&HiiS 


<5D (LllBt 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Li 


0&«« 


<a] 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4> r9D 


OlIliOS 


<50 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JI2D 


iiid^- 


^■iO 


<5n 


OH 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


Jl 9D 


HBSPZJB 

DUFaiIL4a!l\ 
liBSEUBCL 


ojW/ai 


<iO 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bl 


OlIC/OI 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2ID3/CJ 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Jiai-I/C! 


<50 


<vt 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


oai4/cj 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&I4VJ 


<5a 


<ia 


<?ai\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ObiDliVJ 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OHH>] ' 


<n 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


imaia 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



F>£D22i]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 




CPHlp rBel4>ll 

1 L^utihn hun^E 

LV<-,J 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWBOISTfI 


IWHITC 


lbJ2M 


lbJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






H-ST-' 


i|'^> 


HW^) 


i>*LI 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


fppl-t 


(mBJl-t 


llrlcniKtfDlr] 

DUF(I«]K]]1\ 
iWiiEUBCL 

Dupainaij\ 

iWiiPZSBCL 


vnaiioi 


<» 


<» 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ofif\HII\l 


<50 


<» 


<3D0 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnioi 


<50 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2i1U«l 


<5D 


<5D 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wm/ai 


<50 


MC' VNI 


< 'IKi' 


\ ■ 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


fftmioi 


<50 


bic' VNI 


^ juo' 


>A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WiQMII 


<5D 


<» 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OSil^fll 


<50 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IhSriVfll 


<50 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0511 7«l 


<U 


<» 


tSOO 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHi^Um 


<5a 


Q7 1I2SI 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03iaif^ 


<50 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


III 


1 1'fj^ii 


<50 


<5I 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ji 


o&:u/qB 


<u ruiB> 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S2 


0&iD&<S 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


43r»D 


Oiril« 1 


<U 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>l BD 


1711697 1 


<a] 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Hft ID 


0011^7 


<5I1 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TOD 




OQDZrtli 


<50 


<5a 


<3DC 


q* 


Q J] 


B44 


DHQ 


17 


aLiDI«5 


niM 


<50 


<3DC 


7A 


67 


04 


a3DbB 


61 


OiriMH 1 


<S] 


<5a 


<3DC 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?QH>J 


<5a 


<5a 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IQ/DJ 


<5D 


<5D 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlVll«J 


<M 


<5a 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0iri4«J 


<50 


<5a 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izmvc? 


<50 


<5a 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oom/a? 


<50 


<vt 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Obi1h/C2 


<50 


<5a 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'avfina 


<» 


<» UJ 


^300 Ul 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lirsiin 


<5D 


<50 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHQ5«I 


<5a 


140' VHJJJ 


^.3K' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0511 i/ai 


<3DC 


<5a 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


amiiQO 


hA 


PA 


PA 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05f27«9 


<5Q 


<» 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' OlDBW 


<5ti 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iB7 


l2i0li<S 


<50 


<51 it; 121 


<]iC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7fifl 


0&Z7j<S 


<5Q rUIB) 


<50 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


oi^ie;!? 


^■iO 


»JI2S| 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iU 


IU'lV^Jl' 


^■iO 


<5D 


■l3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


sjyD 


urzMT 


<ia 


<» 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U7D 


1BI]B«7 


<K 


<» 


ODD 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J?7D 


lOQSPZJB 
DUFaKI«]]l\ 


OLiU/Ci 


<K 


<5D 


ODC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ID 


oifiina 


<K 


<5D 


ODO 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2iu/aj 


<K 


<5D 


ODC 


PA 
PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<K 


<5D 


ODC 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obiobvoj 


<K 


<5a 


ODC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7VJ 


<5D 


<» 


ODC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2ii»q/a? 


<» 


<5I1 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQ'm/af 


<ia 


<.1|J 


c 3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obnt/cf 


<K 


<5D 


<l3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriM>? 


<5D 


<» 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2IHVI 


<M 


<5D 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQQM>l 


<5D 


<«' 


^»o' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05Oq«1 


<3DC 


<5D 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osioq/ci 


<50 


<» 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05f?7«9 


<50 


<50 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


onosn? 


<50 


<5a 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2DI^B 


<» 


<5S rUL?| 


<3ia 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEinlicr 20D1 



F>£D?j4]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




CPHlp rBel4>ll 

1 L^utihn hun^E 

LV<-,J 


nrdol.Ld 


1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 

MdlHHl' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOlJM 


iwaji5i^/ 

IWBOISTfI 


iwwn 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3MI)/ 






ll-S^l 


i|'^> 


HW^) 


i>*LI 


wa'i-i 


wa'i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


inftiPZIB 
llrlcinKdDarl 


*t&11fiS 


<» 


<» 


<3(H 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iST 


4KVILNI{ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UB2 


0imi9S 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JQiD 


12/11/^7 


<50 


<5D 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5iD 


IKUIIN" 


^■iO 


<5D ruzyi 


<3M 


XA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


■>54l> 


l<^liilln^l 


USfUfli 


<» 


<5D 


<ira 


XA 


2J5 


ZD 


45 


'\S 


OUIUH 1 


<a] 


<5a 


<3H 


U 


2bA 


19 


TB 


7ft 


OirilhW 


niSO 


<5a 


<3H 


12 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1210^101 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K^uias 


<50 


<5a 


<3(H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&WflJ 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


itviiias 


<50 


<5D 


<3M 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I4I6SPZ5B 
1ln<iB«Uir| 

DUlWDIDJJB 
liBSE^ZSBCL 


mums 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4i 


oina/oi 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2iDS/aj 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai>L/aj 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4I41M/CJ 


<50 


<5a 


<3(H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iHSiM/a; 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHSlM/aj 


<50 


<5a 


<2sa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^yfiiiai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2i:aii\i 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


omoiiai 


<50 


<5a 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OtMllOl 


<50 


<5D 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oir|]/C? 


<50 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


l2iQ]«l 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WiUVCI 


<» 


<x' 


< UK)' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05'ib/ai 


<3IH 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0317099 


<50 


66 4l?i| 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlQlffi 


<5D 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


405 


ILi^UnS 


<m 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


44? 


~0B25Vfla 


<» 


<» 


<3W 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2ft 


oboqns 


<5D 


<» 


^SH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2E 1 


0iri2i<S 


<5a 


<5D 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NTD 


I2fl7fl7 


<5D 


<» 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J?7D 


IHIlAn7 


<H 


<» 


<3» 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U9D 


lOWPZQA 
I- Initial 


ailllV5 


<H 


<» 


<3» 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SS 


VVilim 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2fltsiai 


<» 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K^uias 


<» 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iWiaiai 


<50 


<» 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


OllVflJ 


<50 


<5D 


c ira 


PA 


NA 


12110101 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnva 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&MV? 


<5a 


<5a 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03>]]/a7 


<» 


<5D 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OT'lVflO 


NA 


^■A 


XA 


<% 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izn^/ai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wm/ai 


<50 


<«' 


^»o' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05117/01 


OM 


<5D 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OSfllW 


<M 


51 JIISI 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OHDIAQ 


<5a 


4ED |iI5> 


4B fJS) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■ 14 


IM21IV 


<5D 


<5a 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B5B 


oemiv 


<5D 


<vt 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5ft 


'obQ&QS 


<5Q 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


65ftD 


Oirilj<S 


<5a 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


65BD 


i?ii6n7 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JO 1 D 


WUIS^T 


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<50 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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1 

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1 
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Anahliul 
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IWBOISTfI 


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NA 


NA 


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<5D 


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<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2fltiiai 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&uiai 


<50 


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<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' obfaiioi 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2ia<iii\i 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnmai 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wi/wiai 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OilUIOl 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<5D 


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<3H 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<M 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


inmioi 


<3(H 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n5<ii/Di 


^■HW 


<5a 


<3H 


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NA 


NA 


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1 VX\ 


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NA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


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<30 


<5D 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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ILi?li<S 


<5n 


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<]IC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


o&iins 


<» 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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V41S^II 


<50 


<» 


<3(H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SldD 


Ol'l L^d 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«r»D 


laitflT 


<50 


<5D 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


QJD 


OQIimT 


<M 


<5D 


<3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5E4D 


I0HFZ74 


OLOiVS 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


ovnun 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<% 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




^W 


<5I1 


OM 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


<iO 


<5D 


■l3M 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IDfOJ 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01^17^1 


<5ti 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2ia<iia2 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


innHiai 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OfifWIOl 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiflllOl 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?QM>l 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQQSiVI 


<5D 


<«' 


^300' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0»^l 


<3W 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


07II74)D 


N4 


PA 


PA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05fZ7«9 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


onQsn? 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Lb 


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<5a ruiB> 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<5a lusi 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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H)0%PZ7& 
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OLiQbVDS 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


130 


Oiri7«l 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2IQE/CJ 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&I3VJ 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IDfOJ 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7VJ 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IZW/D? 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«m/c7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


~0b«L/C7 


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<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iHm«i 


<M 


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^300' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lam/oi 


<M 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0Mft^J9 


<» 


<5D 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


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NA 


NA 


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104 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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53 


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NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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120 


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NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


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NA 


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PA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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110 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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160 


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PA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


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NA 


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<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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ivabios 


<50 


<» 


<3DC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


51 


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<50 


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<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


IK'H/OI 


<50 


<5a 


ODC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<» 


<5a 


<3DC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>5'r7/OI 


<50 


<5D 


ODQ 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>5rr7/OI 


<50 


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<3IH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>3>]a/ai 


<50 


<5a 


c 3IX] 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<» 


<50 


OM 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K^uias 


<50 


<vt 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<50 


<50 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DdiQ^/aj 


<50 


<» 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ddii»q/aj 


<50 


<» 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriKVJ 


<5n 


<» 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


|]QM>? 


170 VL 


<» 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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OiriC«l 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<5D 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&U/CJ 


n;Sl 


<5D 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IIQMI? 


<» 


<50 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<50 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


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<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBiiiiai 


<50 


<» 


<ioa 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wi/oiiai 


<50 


<50 


<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriEVCJ 


<U 


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<3DC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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i\nj5iai 


<50 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iD/niiai 


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NA 


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Ftp 26 of Oi 



Tnhlr \-i 

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1 
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NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 
NA 


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NA 
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<5D 


OH 


NA 


Oiri7«l 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


I2IDE/CJ 


<» 


<50 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBiuias 


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<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obfotiiai 


<» 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriE/CJ 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


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OiriE/CJ 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


KUDIiai 


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PA 


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NA 


NA 


lOMMWIIQ 


luf ] L/a5 


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<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


72 


4>1W«I 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IIQMI? 


<5D 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


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NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


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mniiQO 


NA 


PA 


PA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lUIOVi 


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PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaiBni 


HA 


<5D 


^ IJOO 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DUFIUMUJC 
lOITrFlV^LD bCL 

DUFI?I&IUIA 

DUFMrVDJJB 
lOlTMUf LDICL 

DUPaJLlOIl^ 
lOlVMWIOlCL 


4>5'2(ifli 


<ia 


VA 


N^ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


IhS'Bifli 


<iO 


^.■ 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>5r»fli 


QJ 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLW/ai 


<50 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B9 


I2litiim 


<50 


HA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2litiim 


<» U 


H/l 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IzribVOJ 


<50 


PA 


ha' 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai]«i 


<50 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05f?7*l 


<» 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05fZ7*l 


<50 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ihsrrv/oi 


<50 


PA 


NA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


u3>]L/ai 


<» 


PA 


PA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OVII/OI 


<50 


PA 


PA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1h3<] l«l 


<50 


PA 


PA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




iZ'iri/a! 


<50 


PA 


PA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


rcDiinBiDrT'E'^ SiHit \n'j I 


ftOUGAiai 
DUn)&l>l4>51A 

DLlFI?2IOIlA 


4ldl)L/CJ» 


270 V 


<5D 


<3IH 


<b 


1 il 


1 72 


04 B 


Vt 


4idD L/a5 


?EOV 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


2a 


1 Ji 


(ir» 


qj 


01i?l/Ci 


JflO HY Jl- 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


lib 


I6f, 


^ooau 


11(1 


iimia^ 


NA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


IQ 


IK 


0.7Jfl 


NA 


i2/ii/ia 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


24b 


203 


Oil 


NA 
NA 


i2iibia^ 


-IfiO HV 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&IC«l 


BOV 


<vt 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


05i?b«l 


570 V 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11(1 


awma 


UKiHV 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11(1 


I2ID&DJ 


JIOV 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


9B 


~0&IM>J 


JTOV 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


ouvrn 


4T0V 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AT 


OiriU>] 


63Dy 


<» 


OH 


iS 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12(1 


IZOU>? 


110 r 


<vt 


OH 


17 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 


miKioi 1 in > 


< lOD u; 


^ »0 Ul 


<5D 


NA 


NA 


NA 


100 



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F>£[?7Df44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabrldr 




Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwwn 


I6J2M 


ibllM 


|QJ?M 


E3H0/ 
S*10» 






^S^> 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


ii*L| 


wa'i-i 


(H*L^ 


flipl-J 


(mBJl-t 


ftoncAia? 


niWiias 


<50 


<» 


<3IH 


<s 


1 u 


o.ir»i 


n.iis 


150 


UMP/OI 


<50 


<» 


<3IH 


<s 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


?» 


i2iDi/ai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<s 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?00 


o&uiai 


<50 


<vt 


ODQ 


<s 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BJO 


' obfviioi 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


440 


OiriE/DJ 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


iA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJO 


I2IV/C2 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


460 


Wl]a/C2 


<» u; 


< lOD u; 


^ HO Ul 


61 


NA 


NA 


NA 


210 


DUF1hSI»lh31A 


luf ] L/a5 


^w 


<r^\i 


<ira 


5 


ill 


1 K 


llh? 


11 


UMP/OI 


<iO 


<5\l 


<irv 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


12/01/01 


<50 


<» 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IWi 


OBfiiiai 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


J.l 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AT 


KflllOI 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


Q.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


9B 


Wi/viiai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


JA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


in 


oi/iiias 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


130 


i2flviai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


Jl 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fl7 


^y^iaiai 


<» u; 


< lOD Ui 


< HO Ul 


6.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


AODChViO] 
DLIFI?0?03JA 

DUPnJIIOJIA 
WKCWL&ICL 

DnnHinGiA 


^u^iiias 


<50 


<5D 


<iaa 


<S 


2 iS 


ft79L 


1 n 


a 


OHW/Ol 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JJ 


■ IZiDMJ 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 


I2ID2/CJ 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>LJ 


oaiE«j 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


H 


obosiVJ 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^ 


Oiriim 


<5ti 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K 


ns/l IflJ 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K 


ihJ'iL/a; 


<50 


<» UJ 


<2sa 


6J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


54 


I21U/C7 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5S 


IHIIDVC2 


<» Ul 


^ lOD Ul 


^300 Ul 


<50 


NA 


NA 


NA 


sy 


mnaia 


<» Uf 


' IW Ul 


^ HO Ul 


<5D 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SB 


DDDGWIH 

DUPnftnanjA 


otnuia 


<50 


<50 


<iaa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


V) 


oinma < 


<5D 


<vt 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Er» 


i^rmoi 


NA 


y\ 


NA 


^TA 


D43I 


aj9L 


D JJ 


NA 


i2i:tiifa 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SB 


oajzvoi 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


qj 


OirilMH 


<5n 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


flO 


tetania 


<S1 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


sr» 


0&I3/DJ 


<5ti 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


sb 


ObOMlJ 


<50 


<50 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


90 


vdm/cj 


<50 


<5a 


<ioa 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^ 


^ytiii/oi 


<50 


<5D 


<ioa 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S! 


ii'miai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ns 




IKl'ilfl? 


<» u; 


< IW Ul 


^ HO Ul 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


99 


ftOUGAlOft 


iidDL/ai 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?B 


UiTflfli 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]J 


i?j:^jvi 


NA 


WA 


NA 


^S 


DJ4I 


<aoju 


D4I 


NA 


I?II7«I 


<M 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


oaiaw . 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3D 


OiriOiW 1 


<50 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U 


IZQiVJ 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


36 


' 0&I3/CJ 


<5ti 


<50 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3J 


obosvoj 


<» 


<vt 


<3H 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3T 


OirilVDJ 


<50 


<5a 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


I2M«? 


<5n 


<» 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>L2 


OQiim? 


<» Ul 


.; lOD UJ 


^300 Ul 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J4 



DiEEinlicr BHU 



F»p2B'ifai 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 


nidoi.Ld 


1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabrldr 




Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 


iwaji5i^/ 

IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3H0/ 
S*10» 






ll-S^' 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


wn-} 


(H*L^ 


(Hfl^^ 


flipl-J 


(mEJl-t 


ftOnCAlOT 


oif] L/a5 


<K 


<» 


on 


' 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>LD 


vviaim 


<K 


<5D 


<ira 


<s 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JJ 


i2iDiiai 


<K 


<50 


OH 


<s 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBiuiai 


<K 


I7DHY 


<3IH 


J L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


' obfobioi 


<K 


<50 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SJ 


OifHIOI 


<5Q 


BiVM 


<3H 


3J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


51 


IHHiV? 


<5D 


<50 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ogiiiv? 


<S0 UJ 


y^ 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DUFOJriMJB 
dHKCiWLCSCL 




^w 


<r^u 


^IM 


<S 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


\^ 


<iO 


<5\l 


OKI 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JT 


oirniia 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^r» 


i2miia 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


D44b 


<CD]BU 


DJ4t 


NA 


1117/01 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


oaia/oi 


<K 


<50 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IS 


'05f76*l 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


35 


OiriC«l 


<K 


<5a 


<3IH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


>IB 


I2ID3/CJ 


<5D 


<5a 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^a 


0&I3/CJ 


<» 


<vt 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


29 


odm/aj 


<50 


<5a 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J5 


" IH/lZflJ 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^r» 


I2IW/C7 


<50 


<» 


<3IH 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JB 


l2iQq/a2 


<50 


<5a 


<iaa 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J7 


l2iDq/C2 


<50 


<50 


<1X 


<? U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4r» 


4>Qija/a2 


<» Ul 


< lOD Ul 


^ HO Ul 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J3 


HI«iV>l09 


OLflLW 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


awma 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J3 


I2fltiias 


<K 


<5D 


<ioa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


H 


K^uias 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


li 


itf<nj5iai 


<» 


<5D 


<3IH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


4r» 

51 


ufi iiai 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


l2flHII\l 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


< 1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 


i»:aia2 


<» u; 


< \Vt Ut 


'300 Ul 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ji 


6iaav>ioi 

DUPH3H>5IA 

DUFI?I3UIIA 

Ql(CWrD[CL 

DUPn^iomiA 

QlOCWLDLCL 

DuneunjiA 

QlCCWLDLCL 

DUlW&IDJJQ 
OICCWIOICL 


ob/Di/as 


<» 


<» 


<»0 


<S 


3^ 


3JQ 


D5E 


J4 


ftvnias 


<» 


<» 


<»0 


<S 


1 5L 


1 31 


0.3D3 


J3 


vifims 


<» 


<» 


<3W 


<S 


ir»E 


■ AT 


'ouau 


JJ 


121? L«] 


NA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


3A 


IHb 


OVJfl 


NA 


i?iij/ai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iz'isvai 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


1115/01 


<5D U 


^a> u 


' KB U 


3 L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


uaia/oi 


<» 


<5D 


<3M 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U4 


o&iTfim 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 


OiriOi«l 


<50 


<5D 


<iaa 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


45 


ih3<ia/oi 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JJ 


4>iia/oi 


<50 


<4a 


^HQ 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


45 


IZQJVJ 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ut 


oauivj 


<5a 


<5D 


4» 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4r» 


O&U/CJ 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4B 


oau/cj 


<50 


<.EB 


<?fla 


J.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5i 


iHSiM/a; 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


51 


iHS'm/aj 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


51 


obnu/cj 


<5Q 


<5a 


<1X 


4A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5B 


OifHIOI 


<5Q 


3B(iYH 


IMO 


I.I 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4B 


12/01101 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


l-L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


57 


OB/vma 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


56 


'oswfl? 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


57 


uinu/cf 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5J 


I2ID3/D] 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4B 


Ki?q/DI 


<50 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 



DiEEmlicr 30D5 



PA£[?94]f44 



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rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmnir^el 

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llidol.Ld 


1 

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1 

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1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJIlBI 
iWBOllM 


iwajiiB/ 

IWBOISTfI 


IWW20 


lbJ2M 


ibJiM 


|Q)2M 


E3IH0/ 
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i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


WS'L, 


flipl-J 


(mBJl.) 


DUFOJJLMJC 
Ql(CWID2CL 

DUFIhSIMUIA 
QlCCWrOBZL 

DUFU3IIU31A 


0&ID2V5 


12 


<» 


<3IH 


tj 


Qjfl 


i^H 


DJJB 


J7 


Oirj|«5 


51 


<5a 


<3IH 


t.q 


Qi2 


4 U 


2)E 


10 


OirjL/C5 


<K 


<5a 


<30D 


tj 


QDr 


sm 


OflT3 


^1) 


OirjI/Ci 


<» U 


^50 l] 


^ 100 U 


22 1 


NA 
4» 


NA 


NA 


4*4 


1217 L/OI 


hA 


XA 


NA 


PA 


JH2 


1 U 


NA 


iz'ij/aj 


bl 


<» 


<300 


6.L 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


«r]|«l 


<» 


<5a 


<300 


7.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


«ril«l 


w 


<50 


<300 


7.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


0&ll«l 


< HH 


< 100 > 


<-IOO Ul 


<JD 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JS 


05i?b«l 


iBY 


<50 


<3IH 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^s 


OJW/OI 


QJ 


<5a 


<300 


M 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


1211 ?;cj 


Bl 


<» 


^300 


Q.q 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b2 


O&IEVJ 


73 Y 


<5a 


<300 


13 


NA 


NA 


NA 


66 


ObQSVJ 


QJ 


<50 


<300 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


74 


ih3<] L/a; 


<50 


<5a 


<iDa 


8b 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


4>3>i L/a; 


<50 


<5a 


^300 


Hfl 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 


l2iD]/a2 


MY 


<5a 


<300 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


oa;q/c2 


67 


<vt 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Jl) 


05f7flfl7 


<50 


<5a 


^300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JI 


'0101/07 


72 


<50 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


H 


I2i0]/a] 


<K 


<» 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"74 


oa?q/ai 


230 


PA 


hA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IT 


DUPI2n?IHJA 

QICCWLD3CL 

DUFUSISU31A 

DUFI?a3(>?2A 

DUPh5SJI>2IA 
QICCWLD3CL 

DUPUJ(hft>2JA 
QICCWLD3CL 

DUFI?1h»lhllA 
QlCCWLDJCL 


1lM)2rtli 


<» 


<5a 


^300 


ID 


943 


B5T 


DK 


120 


iH'r2rtii 


<» 


<» 


^300 


il 


JQ 


2 12 


24B 


NA 


i2i?L/ai 


NA 


XA 


NA 


PA 


10 00 


B2Q 


1 71 


12'ib/ai 


12 HY 


<» 


<300 


i L 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


270 


oaia/oi 


BL Y 


<5D 


^300 


4E 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"72 


n3sSiim 


<50 


<50 


<300 


12 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bo 


OMP/Ol 


QQ 


<5D 


^300 


7S 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


bo 

"78 


i2D]/aj 


bl 


<5D 


<300 


7J 


NA 


NA 


i2iD]/aj 


aa 


<50 


<300 


7.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"77 


i2iD]/aj 


<K 


.;4EA-0]JJ 


<?ai\ 


13 


NA 


NA 


NA 


E6 


oaiE/cj 


IIOV 


<» 


<)00 


7J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 


oaiE/cj 


IIOV 


62V 


<)00 


7.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


obosiVJ 


« 


<» 


<300 


73 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b2 


oil IV) 


<in 


<» 


<300 


t.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■76 


I2ID3/C? 


<» 


<5a 


<300 


4.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b7 


I2ID3/C2 


W Y 


<50 


^300 


4b 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b? 


'OSfM/O? 


IQ 


<5a 


^300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bl 


BH 


<5D 


^300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b2 


05IS]/C2 


BH 


<5D 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bi 


min/c? 


IIOb 


<5a 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


n 


inaufl? 


100 


<5a 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


UMUfl? 


ILD 


<50 


^300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bl) 
bl 


4HDSfl2 


Mfl 


<» UJ 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2D]/ai 


<50 


<5a 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


36 


I2ID3/C] 


<50 


<» 


<300 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


I2ID3/CI 


<iO 


<vt 


<100 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


39 


Da2q«i 


4)0 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


110 


OlDiFOI 

iToljLl 
iToijLl 
iTnULl 


1b1IIV5 


« Y 


<» 


<300 


H.7 


7fl 


r»2E 


1 )2 


350 


ObQIflH 1 


NA 


PA 


HA 


13 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I1i?IjW I 


N\ 


PA 


hA 


PA 


172 


1)6 


3JE 


NA 


121? I«l 


NA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


II 1 


101 


OiSfl 


NA 


12'] 7/03 


SS HY 


<» 


^300 


B 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2Jin 


I2II7/OI 


NA 


PA 


hA 


Jl 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IMH 


11 


<» 


<300 


11 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4.IK 


oaiMH 


NA 


PA 


HA 


IT 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


os:«H 


H 


<» 


<300 


H^ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


b? 


Ollfi/OI 1 < 50 


<» 


<300 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph Kau lb 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithmi 



^vunpllni* 

ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


^viHipIr 


TPH □! {'lOlollBI' 


rm m Hir^el 
1 CiitHhn llunAL' 


CPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hunfjE 


llbiol-Ld 


1 

l>L'0lh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cbbrldr 




Anahliul 
MnkHl' 


IWEDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 
iWB0]5M 


IMBDISTfI 


mOCTC 


IAJ2M 


lbJ3M 


|QJ?M 


E30CO/ 
S*10» 






lH?T-l 


<fEn-y 


HW^) 


il.^1 


(Hfl^l 


(Hfl^l 


IJ'pl-l 


(mFl.) 


blDSFOI 

iToljLl 

DUPLSWI3L\ 

iTnULl 

6lOSP(ilCL 


IllUflJ 


l(Hh^ 


<5\l 


ODQ 


it, 


NA 


NA 


HA 


IfllXI 


i2io<iiai 


100 V 


<50 


<30D 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 71X1 


l2iDq«J 


SB 


<4B 


<iia 


IM 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


I2I«I 


«i?U>] 1 


<5D 


<50 


<30C 


23 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1.1 1» 


o&imi 


« Y 


<5D 


<30C 


IQ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5EIXI 


oiffoiai 


Bl 


<50 


ood 


Q.fl 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S5IXI 


i2ii iiai 


<50 


<5D 


<30C 


K 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vinniai 


<» 


<50 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02IUia2 


BH 


<50 


<30C 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBrsoioi 


BO 


<5a 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIlflfll 


inv 


in Y 


<30C 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osrufll 


BJ 


<5D 


<ioa 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ainj5iai 


150 V 


HOY 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2mim 


HA 


<5a 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oeni/m 


4n 


fiA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obmim 


iia 


XA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'OSiWlB 


4B0V 


XA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aiW/OD 


4WV 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02iW«D 


440V 


HA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouaum 


BID 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iitaiiv) 


AOOV 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
N\ 


1 \n^f^ 


S7D 


<3I1 


<^\X\ 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


Ql(iJFO? 
iTnULl 

iToijLl 

iToijLl 

[ToijLl 

iTolaLl 
lT«aL| 


^WJiias 


LM 'i 


<3D 


<VX\ 


f-1 


bil 


i JT 


1J5 


IJO 


Winiios 


N\ 


PA 


NA 


4E 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


121? I«] 


H\ 


PA 


NA 


PA 


T47 


7t] 


<0[W7 


NA 


U2L/OI 


HA 


PA 


HA 


PA 


10.3 


BO? 


2 10 


NA 


111 7/03 


150 HV 


<5D 


<ioa 


y.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5H0 


I?I17«I 


HA 


PA 


HA 


30 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&l]«l 


<M 


<5a 


OOC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


L21IO0 


O&IMH 


N4 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


laniw 


)6 


<5D 


OOC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


220 


njiib/oj 


Bl 


<50 


OOC 


i4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4B0 


iziQ^/a; 


210V 


<50 


OOC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i3Da 


0&7I/CJ 


Bi 


<5a 


OOC 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7100 


OVll/CJ 


71 y 


<5a 


OOC 


1) 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2100 


01i?C«J 


gj 


<5a 


OOC 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17l» 


■ i?ii m? 


l»V 


<5D 


OOC 


II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OM 


09QMI? 


l?OV 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OHUifi? 


140 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n«i 


140 


<5a 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIiq«l 


51 Y 


no Y 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osru/ai 


IID 


170 Y 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oim/ai 


150 V 


MV 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izi^/m 


HA 


<5a 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OfiiDIVOD 


QJ 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aVZ7«D 


7J 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■05»mB 


?EOV 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OllDbVOD 


IIOV 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


a2flfllQ0 


310 V 


PA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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PA 


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1 


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TPHlp FBel4>ll 


llHol.Ld 


1 

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1 1 

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1 


Cbbiidr 




Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
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IWBOISTfI 


IWHI2C 


lbJ2M 


lfiJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3IH0/ 
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(Hail^ (Hfi'L^ 1 f]iEl-) 


(mFl.) 


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3rn]NII]|l3j lU'lhflU 


Ul 


isa 


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NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


TDTHPIOaifl 


innniai 


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i» 


<J2C 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TOTHPICSIOI 


o^mna 


bi 


JTO 


<iX 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


9>TSBLIM|]1| 


amBna 


41 J 


HiO 


<iX 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?UTIBIIU|1b| 


amana 


2I0D 


UiO 


<if<i 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«6SBnai2t 


OLiQE«l 


NA 


IW 


<4K 


Ji 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7SSBni|l6> 


OLObVOI 


970 


Q?0 


<>LIH 


U 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?£IBID74l6t 
?1IIBIIH|I0> 


oLmvoi 


<aioo 


JWD 


2400 


IE J 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLOSVOI 


J2D 


100 


400 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


23ISBIOI|ID5> 


OLOsm 


?6l 


BOO 


130 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ZIlSBIDjII) 


OLOMh 


NA 


430 


<no 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?JIIBID?4l2t 


OLOBAI 


30J 


^A 


NA 


10 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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OLOSVOI 


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fllO 


<-aa 


1? 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?llSBLDb]l} 


amina 


UD 


2W0 


290 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?1I&BLD5|]1| 


amina 


l?00 


LTOO 


L100 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


23ISBJ06|I(I5| 


OLiDE«l 


?ll 


140 


<2H] 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


23ISBI0ai4i| 


OLOSVOI 


HOD 


IBOO 


»0 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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50 


2U> 


<lfQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?JIIB[J0|I2| 


fumnn 


<50 


130 


ODQ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


73ISBIII|l6t 


oim/oi 


J3D 


140 


<?«1 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?3ISBII?|ID5| 


OLi»/ai 


-lOf 


150 


<30C 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?JISBII3|m 


ouDbvai 


lar 


140 


<j2a 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2IISBIU|Jb| 


oiiD'/ai 


<» 


150 


<30C 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


?JIIBII5|1b| 


nimna 


JQf 


r»L 


<1T0 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


23ISBIIfi|l(ii| 


oanina 


?2f 


BO 


<HC 


H.] 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2TISBI0D|I(I5| 


OLQE/Ol 


50 


110 


<?«1 


^.1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JESBIOHID^I 


OLiQ7«] 


I^H 


IBO 


<170 


H.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JS&BiaKLD^^ 


4UD7/(U 


2j; 


160 


<no 


14 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


3tiB\n2H2i 


1kW)7/OI 


3i; 


49> 


450 


21 


NA 


NA 


^\<i\i\^^^n^2^ 


OL1»/ai 


3t; 


JTO 


<3T0 


J.l 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


doildii^ ahT<?ll 1 


WTCWQI 


IR'TMWtf 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2L4D 


US'DIMH 


<» 


<5D 


<30C 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


litiD 


OlQSn 


<» 


<50 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


244D 


hit:^i)2 


oroQiOS 


<» 


ii 


STO 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J74D 


IhSTMrtP 


<» 


<5D 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J72D 


iH'Uswa 


<» 


<5D 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


512 D 


MTCWDJ 


Ol/lZrtli 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


<S 


D2IQ 


DOQ 


ISJ 


120 


uj/iq/oi 


<» 


<5D 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aernnti 


<» 


<5D 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiflllOI 


<» 


<50 


OIH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12110101 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouniioi 


<5D 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obnuia 


<5a 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OirilV? 


<5a 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiin/ci 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oan/ai 


<» 


7JVNJ 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05']>i/a] 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


04/1 3^J9 


<» 


QKm.ra) 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0UIIj99 I 


n;n 


<5D 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


150 


iai24lB 1 


<a] 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


\ii) 


OTtfl^a 


<» 


i9<IZ5^ 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lEJD 


OSTJIMtf 


<» 


IBIJ2SI 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15V D 


IH'TUNS 


<» 


<50 


OOC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2040 




IH'JM^T 


hA 


WA 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U ] D 



DiEEinlicr 2005 



FA£[32i]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmnir^el 

1 CirtHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hjofjE 


nidoivLd 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'BCJI5B< 
iWBOl^M 


iwaji5i^/ 

IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^l 


i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


wn-i 


WS'L, 


(Hfi^^ 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


HlClVOt 


4UDIfli 


<» 


<» 


on 


6.L 


5iZ 


4> LOE 


in 


17 


Uiri£«l 


<50 


<5D 


OM 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oeriva 1 


<50 


MY 


OH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriTVI 


<5D 


<» 


<ioa 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' l2TMfl2 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


owaiioi 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OVKtV! 


<5Q 


<» 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OIQHI? 


<» 


»Y 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


llJ?q«l 


<» 


<5D 


JTO 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


~ o&n/Di 


<» 


blVN] 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05i»q/cj 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1Uf2a«9 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Dij?a/^ 


<50 


<SKI25) 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fli 


IDIBl^B 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


BL 1 


OTT L^B 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


M 1 D 


tMlfJ/QB 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?r»D 


0Li??j9S 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 2D 


|[lfZM7 


<Si 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


f49D 


OTJ73W7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6? JD 


"0U?3«7 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


63r»D 


0LfW«7 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U 1 D 


IQIOA& 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTI15«6 


IHI(IH) 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05D2/J6 


<5D 


<» 


OH lUlll 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


02iaim 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iioq/Qi 


<50 


5Hl2i) 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vaia^i 


<50 


imiiisi 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


04/1 7«i 


<50 


200 fJU) 


H.\ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlJ?5/qi 


<50 


<5D 


hA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


iivqm 


<» 


6fiorjui 


H\ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaiA« 1 


<H 


b&4l25^ 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


au?5«i 1 


<5n 


Iflfl fJI5) 


N4 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlJTS^l 


<50 


<» 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ICU^J 


<50 


<» 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IhTTV^J 


<» 


<» 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DUPI2ITniIA 

DUFOSrVDIJC 


4idD L/a5 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


DITI 


<0ai5l} 


37L 


4B 


ai/m/c5 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


am 


MODISH 


0144 


SI 


111 7*3 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 


1117/01 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


iiaizvai 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ID 


05fZ7*l 


<50 


I7DHY 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


05fZ7*l 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


05fZ7*l 


<50 


<bb 


<]» 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12 D 


OiriE«l 


<50 


<50 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lb 


i2iM/a! 


hA 


HA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IJ 


oaij/a; 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


ObriOVI , 


N4 


PA 


HA 


<i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


17 


oiinna 1 


<S] 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I21U/C7 


<M 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oan/Q? 


<50 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03110102 


<50 


ITQ Y 


blO 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oifoiiai 


<50 


<» UJ 


^ HO Ul 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iij?q«i 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&KVOI 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'o»^i 


<5a 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


auwv) 


<5n 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0\liil9i) 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UB 


liVU^B 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ji) 


OTI]J/qB 


<50 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4Q9D 



DiEEmlicr 2001 



h^lJofOi 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 
1 L^ubihn hjofjE 


llHol.Ld 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOIJM 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HD/ 






H-S^) 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl.) 


HICWCW 


nisfofv 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J5 1 D 


v\iam 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


^S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?4D 


ianii97 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JTiD 


aimm 


<5D 


<» 


<3IH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J?4D 
JQBD 


OUllfill 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OIIS^T 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U9D 


lOW^ 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTI12/96 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oinii^b 


<M 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


~02iQBn& 


<5ti 


<5a 


<3H 


y\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


llflViW 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaio^5 


<5a 


<5D 


<3H 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouisni 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlJ73«i 


<5ti 


<5D 


HA 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 \nai^ 


<50 


<5a 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBIiBf^ 


<5Q 


<5a 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVI7H91 1 


<a] 


<» 


HA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ozom ' 


nisn 


<» 


HA 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IIJT7WJ 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oT/rvflj 


<» 


<5D 


HA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


?31C^H> 


nJIZrtli 


<50 


<» 


<ioa 


ID 


lOb 


9H 


lOI 


JS 


uinb/oi 


<50 


<5D 


<iaa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai4«j 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


^TA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiru^J 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


l2DSfl2 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oafq/a? 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vdiM/c7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


*tmiii\2 


<50 


<» UJ 


^3U0 Ul 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2iDiiai 


<50 


<» UJ 


<HK) Ul 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


v&saioi 


<50 


110 YNJ 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


051] L/C J 


<50 


<vt 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouiq/qe 


<50 


» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0\l25l9i) 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JIJ 


IDIiq^B 


<5Q 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fiT 


07j:^j« ; 


<5n 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UbD 


OLi^HB 1 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2bD 


oirxflv 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5JD 


inniKi 


<K 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fh? ] D 


ainim 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ADBD 


■ou?3«7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


63 iD 


OLf7M7 


<50 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5JD 


iaioA& 


<50 


1 ID iil5] 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


07llCn& 


<50 


<5D 


}U0|U6) 


XA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


05iD]n& 


<50 


<50 


OH (Ull) 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' 02i0til9b 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l\IOtilVS 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IL^ , 


n;Sl 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouim^ 1 


<a] 


<» 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o\rfji^s 


<50 


silia^ 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 i>] 1^41 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IEiW . 


<S] . 


5fi(C51 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUTJM 1 


<a] 1 


<» 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


DIIJIAI 


<50 


ST II2SI 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


loirv^j 


<50 


<5D 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4>TI»«J 


<50 


<r^n 


N^ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



F^pMafOi 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


\tilM 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






H-S^) 


il-^) 


IIWT-) 


i>W/L| 


(Hfl^^ 


(Hfi^^ 


fppl-t 


(mgl-t 


731GWII 


OLQHH 


<5D 


<» 


on 


<S 


Q«af 


06IJI 


an? J 


50 


OifiailH 


<5a 


<5D 


OM 


yiK 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oeriva 


<a] 


JTY 


OH 


yiK 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oifufla 


<SJ 


<» 


<3IH 


yiK 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' iziftm? 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n/c? 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05110/0? 


<5D 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01ID7/0? 


<M 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiifq/ai 


<50 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oan/Di 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05Vq/DJ 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IMll]/^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0UIIj99 I 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7D 


iai2i<s 


<SJ 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Sb5 


'oTinwa 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4BIID 


OLi^l^S 


<M 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


50r»D 


OLi?A« 1 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S3BD 


|[Wlfl7 


nisn 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»r»D 


0Tj7L«7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5SD 


04/2 [«■ 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AO JD 


OI/a^T 


<» 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 iD 


IDIffl^ 


<» 


<5D 


< HKT 4IJQ> 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0TI1bA& 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05iD3^ 


<» 


<» 


OH (Ull) 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


OlUflfi 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


II^Df^i 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaunt 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouiont 


<» 


<5D 


af. 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OI/TJfli 


<» 


<5D 


hA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 111 L^4] 


<» 


<5D 


Hf. 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai?jW 1 


<H 


<5D 


H\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


outaai I 


<n 


<5D 


H\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02107 «l 


<5a 


<5D 


H\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


inranj 


<5ti 


<5D 


H\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1hT'»«J 


<» 


<5D 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


iiicyi\i 


ULOu/ai 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


J? 


»1J 


1 D2J 


jq?j 


150 


OiriHAI 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oau^j 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OJ/lVflJ 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2D5fl? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&»/0? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OSWifi? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiin/c2 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ll'S/C] 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oa?q/ai 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OSiD^/QI 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlllAi99 . 


<5Q 


<5D 


<J0D4llQ> 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouum 1 


<M 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lIKi 


icuisns 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IBl 
157 D 


" OTiibns 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLi?Ij9S 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


].LiD 


OLiTAflB 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


13JD 


|[lf70«7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


157 D 


0TJ7IW7 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


15DD 


'0U7lfl7 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


]b2D 


OLfZ7fl7 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IbDD 


|[UD7n& 


<5D 


<5D 


< JOO JliQ> 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIIDn& 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEmlicr 2005 



PA£[354]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CurboB ILdbC< 


1 CirtHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 




1 
1>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




MnliHf' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 




iwHin 


lbJ2M 


lbJ2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^l 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


HICWIJ 


nisf^f^ 


<» 


<» 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U2iatil96 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


^S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


uniKS 


<5a 


<5a 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&imi 


<» 


<5D 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lU'lCIW^ 


^ 10 


<r<n 


N^ 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TLI 


fJlG^IS 


1kL1U/a5 


<» 


<5D 


<3M 


'i 


Di22l 


D !?>; 


1h L&IJ 


19 


OiriEiW 1 


<a] 


<5a 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OEiufla 


<5D 


<5a 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03^iiiai 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2im/C7 


<K 


<5a 


<3H 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Kfsoiai 


<K 


<» 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03110102 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oinva 1 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lirxflu 


<Si 


<5a 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'aersoioi 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osmvi 


<M 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVIIt/9^ 1 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0UI4i^ ' 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


B3B 


ICIJ^B 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


79 


OTIIb^d 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AEBD 


IVI2IK9 • 


<M 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»9D 


oirrttK 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6JBD 


lDmH97 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J3 ID 


ainim 


<» 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ji)4D 


ninii^i 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiirv^T 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


toTD 


||JD7^ 


<50 


<5D 


< S» JUQ) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ftT'ia^ 


<50 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OI'W^ 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4H»^ 


<» 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 iJDJ^i 


<50 


<vt 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vaib/Qi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1kW)7«i 


HA 1 


<» 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5>IB 


DUF1h3l>S4>?lA 


uifrzrtii 


<5Q 1 


<» 


OH 


<i 


a 112 


o.riM 


4>0CSB 


lU 


OiribW . 


<5n 


' <»' 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai4«) ' 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiru/DJ 


<5ti 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izmvc? 


<50 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wfOEiai 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vifmioi 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2flviai 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnvioi 


<50 


fl9VN3 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


oiruioi 


<M 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouiAm 


<M 


IMI32SI 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0UUi99 1 


<a] 


<vt 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


400 


iai5ffs 1 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


272 


DT'lb/QB 


<50 


bD1l25^ 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


407 
IRID 


OlffL^K 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiin^B 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2UD 


lOM/flT 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


»bD 


0Tj7L«7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iSDD 


OWU^T 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WTD 


'0UHW7 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UJD 


IQIom 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oriiwrt 


<S] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IHQJWI 


<a] 


<» 


< S» <liQ) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02113^ 


^w 


<3D 


OM (UIZ) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1 ID3^J-o 


^■w 


<5I) 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEinlicr BHU 



hL£[3&4]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


1 CirtHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
MdbDd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iyiB0i5M 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


lbJ2M 


ibJiM 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






H-S^) 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-} 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-J 


(mBJl-t 


HICIVIJ 


OLQHH 


<5D 


<» 


<3IH 


<i 


DHlHi 


<oai5v 


OSI}IJ 


]] 


oiri&n 


<5a 


<5D 


<3IH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaiHH 


<50 


MHY 


OH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OirUiV) 


<5D 


<5D 


ODQ 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' I2l0tiia2 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OBTKIOl 


<K 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03111102 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01IQ7/D? 


<» 


<» UJ 


^300 Ul 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


|]J?q«l 


<50 


<5a 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&J04I 


<5ti 


BiVN] 


<3H 


y\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


laimi 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01115^9 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


omiiv) 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


45B 


IDIUnS 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


37 


'OTIIS/flS 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1E7D 


auTons 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


13 bD 


0IJT7WS 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


KiD 


iiii?in7 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J?7D 


0TJ72W7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J?4D 


"0U?2«7 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3HD 


0Li:*«7 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JT9D 


IIMHn& 


<5a 


<5D 


< HiO 4IJQ> 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTII [^ 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


^TA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ousai^ 


<K 


<» 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


02iD7«6 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiMns 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vaib^i 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouia^i 


<K 


<5D 


hA 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


X5 


2JIGWW 


OLiu/a5 


^10 


<ll| 


OM 


<i 


1 15 J 


Dihll IB 


i UJ 


jy 


OJ/IA/OI 


<y) 


^.IIJ 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vai-i/Q! 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


[^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oifuiai 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


12/05102 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnint2 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


laiLV? ! 


<5n 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01ID7V? 1 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IMVIIOl 


<5ti 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n/ci 


<50 


5IVNJ 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


os'iL/ai 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


04/15^J9 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUIlffi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bt 


lauios 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ia 


OT'is^a 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


A07D 


OlfBl^K 


<» 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AOBD 

57 D 


OLfZVflS 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i[if7im7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?4D 


ifim/vi 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


507D 


01/21/^1 


<50 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61 BD 


oiia^T 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QID 


IDIS^ 


<50 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIIin& 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ounm 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


02iD7«6 


<K 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiQbn5 


<5D 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


1*i'17«i 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




iki'ja^i 


H.\ 


<5a 


hA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


XJ 



DiEEinlicr BHU 



F>£D37i]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




CPHlp rBel4>ll 

1 L^utihn hun^E 

LV<-,J 




1 

1>L'0lh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 

LnLBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
MnliHf' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 




iwHin 


\tilM 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^' 


il-^) 


HW^) 


i>*L> 


(Hfl^^ 


(Hfl^^ 


fppLJ 


(msl.) 


HICWI** 


4UD5fli 


<» 


<» 


<yM 


H.1 


1) U3 


QDEJ 


!4ia] 


?B 


Uiri£«l 


<50 


77 HV 


no 


PA 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


oeriva 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oifufla 


<S] 


<» 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' IZflUVO? 


<M 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o&n/c? 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05IKVD? 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01IQ7/D? 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iij:q«i 


<» 


<5D 


<3IH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"O&TQVI 


<» 


S9VN3 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


osioq/cj 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IMIIJ/^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouim? 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


7J 


irvu^s 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i^B 


'07II5«S 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JT 1 D 


auTons 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MiD 


OlJ?7^B 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5?iD 


ICUM^T 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5ir»D 


OTirZ/JT 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Jl 1 D 


OiQl^T 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J57D 


OLfZ7fl7 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lA JD 


1007 n& 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aTiiaA& 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi/jq^ 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


"21»«6 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IIW^5 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&lVfli 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi/ia^i 


HA 


<5D 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


J14 


limano 


OLi»/a5 


^W 


^■,11 


OH 


<i 


DmJ9 


<i)D2Sll 


O^IM 


VI 


OJ/IM/OI 


<iO 


^.ll) 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


naif/a; 


<50 


qj Ht 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aniiiQi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


121D61V? 1 


<S] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wnmyi < 


n;S] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"valiV6i^- 


<S1 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01ID7V? 1 


<S1 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ILiT^I 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WMiai 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05i\iia\ 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'ouMwe 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0Li?Dffi9 


<50 


<50|Uh2| 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


67 


IQiTOiOS 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^5 


OT/JL^a 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


574 D 


OlffJ^d 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 9 D 


0Li?9^S 


<5Q 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


57r»D 


|[lfZ2«7 


<50 


4841251 


jiauu> 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5630 


OTJ73W7 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


57 ?D 


OU73W7 


<» 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


574 D 


OlJ7fl«7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


■ |iJiW«6 


<» 


<5D 


< S» JUQ) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIIb^ 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05ID2/96 


<50 


<5D 


OH (Ull) 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OlUflfi 


<50 


<5D 


^D4I25 1321 


PA 


NA 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


ll.1»l^5 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oai7^i 


<50 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QXIlil^S 


Hf. 


100 


HA 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i34 



DiEEinlicr BHU 



hL£[3H4]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



ljHKjlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 
1 CnrboB ILdbC< 


irHmnv^el 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llidolvLd 


1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWBOI5rFl 


IWHITO 


I6I2M 


I6I3M 


IQI2M 


E3IH0/ 
S*1050 






lT!^> 


il-^) 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


fpEl-l 


(mBJlt 


1!HJ*2ICL 
UUPIbll9<UIB 
DUFI?V&0?IA 
DUF06lMa?lA 


IhJ'lL/ai 


?,WH)V 


WOLV 


<3IH 


31 


IH.Z 


16 


16E 


41 


UVIL/Qi 


I.TOOV 


420 LY 


<iaa 


33 


l^f-L 


15 9 


I 15 


31 


Oiril«5 


1500 


1500 


430 


645 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lfl7 


oiiiina 


4,100 


120 LV 


<300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^wi^ias 


4,700 H 


193 LY 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^Kii^iai 


ft-iinz 


IBO LY 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiru/Cl 


IJOO 


IHYL 


^300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iziDbva? 


QJOOV 


JdiOYL 


<300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2iaiiai 


SfKOY 


310 YL 


^300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vtnvioi 


SSOti 


I7UYL 


<300 


y\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wi/aiii\2 


3,700 


3DDYL 


<ioa 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OfiflHIOl 


IBOQ 


IfOYL 


^300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUDBV? 1 


2,100 


91 YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ursiin 


2,700 


l»YL 


<300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mWiioi 


6 LMZ 


3,J00 YL N3 


^300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


03iuia: 


SUKi 


3»YL 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obiiif^ 


BJH)D4I25^ 


^A 


HA 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OI/XIV) 


<50 


4J0 I33SI 


^ JDOO 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 




^Motiai 


3EO|l35,;i3| 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


65 


QUOD 4125^ 


750 U25t 


<300 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i3 7 


mmm 


IDjnO |l?i| 


560 flB) 


<300 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4Q9D 


03iavivi 


r»Am 11251 


240 fJH) 


<iaa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4BbD 


oirsjvs 


r»»D 41251 


Q30 U25t 


^300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


52r»D 


larnKi 


41KK> 41251 


2ffii U25t 


^300 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5E4D 
51 D 


aimivi 


KSm iil5] 


Q30 U25i 


<300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ftUM/flT 


iQjHn |32i| 


1 laa II25I 


<300 


^TA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


533D 


OIIW^T 


5 BOO 41251 


BlOllIil 


^300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


53 9 D 


ICIL^ 


1 1 KH) lllil 


BlOllIil 


<300 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UT'17^ 


IBjjnOllISI 


5J0 I3ZSI 


<iaa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


USiW^ 


23(HH 


sn ri35i 


<iaa 


^A 


NA 


NA 


07112^6 


13MOI32SI 


5I0II3SI 


<iaa (Uii) 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


luioni 


1IMOI32SI 


9J0 I33SI 


<iaa 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oaiA^i 


»MO|32S| 


1.I0I>(I25} 


<300 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ouHni 


iQjno lllil 


l.lOOCUl 


HA 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


nuiz^i 


hA 


4,700 


HA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4^5 


lliC\<l22 
DUPH3J(h5!A 

DUF1h3l4UIIA 
15H3*!?CL 

DUFUei4lh3IA 
1JIG*I2CL 

DUFnjlT4>3IA 

15IG*!2CL 

DUI'nWIO?IA 
15H3*!?CL 

DUF1»D5D2JB 

DUFOSIPI 02111 
I1H3*!?CL 

DUFI?UUhllA 


UJJlfli 


IBiXWZ 


l» LY 


<3IH 


10 


2i& 


31B 


733 a 


5B 


01i?l/Ci 


t6anz 


120 LY 


3IH Y 


30 


263 


77 2 


<0?B U 


5B 


oiiiq«i 


25IHH 


BflLY 


<iaa 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiriq«l 


ujnDZ 


IM LY 


<ira 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oiriqm 


4,70(1 


<4i 


<na 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


KflllOI 


JflOOZ 


110 LY 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Kfiiiai 


17000 Z 


193 LY 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IQ/Dl 


7fiOti 


<50 


<1X 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Oiri7/Cl 


5,»D 


5J0YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


Oiri7/Dl 


5itO0Z 


BOYL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


inriiiai 


EjWD 


<50 


370 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2i0tiia2 


3400 VZ 


170 YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


vinnii\2 


6,700 


70 YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ViAHia2 


7jM0 


BL YL 


^300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnnii\2 


7J00P 


I21hiidp 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wi/oiia2 


fiHOZ 


<50 


<300 


r4A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Wi/D5ia2 


fdwz 


if YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IhJOJFI/a? 


6400 Z 


IIOYL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ihJiff/a? 


AfiODZ 


73 YL 


<300 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0inax2 


?60 


<50 UJ 


<5D0U; 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


I2«l«l 


lato 


IIOYL 


<iaa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iznu/Di 


fl,IOO 


l21hYL 


<iaa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wot /CI 


LijKiOZ 


sax* YL N3 


HO YLNI 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEmlicr 3005 



PA£[394]f44 



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rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 

l.ll£UlLI>a 

Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


1 CiitHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 


llHol.Ld 


1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

Al9<lllt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 

MdlHHl' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iyiB0i5M 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


l£J2M 


ibJlM 


|QJ?M 


E3H0/ 
S*10» 






IV!^> 


tf^y 


IIWT-) 


wn-i 


wa'i-i 


(Hfi^^ 


fliffl-t 


(mBJl-t 


1MCW22 
DUFU5UUIIA 


IhS'lJfll 


20000 


110 VL 


on 


y\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U5<l>k/a] 


I4(HH 


110 VL 


<iaa 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVI2IIV) 


isaioiJisi 


BID|3?i| 


< iio\y 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirniv) 


»Morjzsi 


»(KII5,;i3| 


< 1500 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


EB 

101 


' lOT L^B 


ijjjnorjisi 


5W(IU,II11 


<i2a 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTiri/qa 


naioiJisi 


410 I32SI 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJD 


ftUTJj'S 


UMOIJISI 


TMIJ2SI 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TQD 


OLiTOnS 


WjJUOIJISI 


]ilOI>(l25| 


JJQfJU) 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HJBD 




l^MOIIISI 


BB) IJ2SI 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IB ] D 
14] D 


JEMOIJISI 


TflOIJISI 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ni/B^T 


ajjooiJisi 


TJO I32SI 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Si D 


lliCWli 


OLiU/Ci 


<» 


<5a 


<3H 


61 


5KJ 


4DM 


1U3 


5S 


OiriE«l 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IE/CJ 


<5ti 


<50 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


" OllVflJ 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


izau/a? 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wnj/a? 


<50 


<» 


OH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05IJb/a2 


<» 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiifq/Q] 


<» 


<5D lurt 


^ JUO Ul 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<» 


<50 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WIM/C] 


<50 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05ij>k/a] 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUTOiW 


<50 


r»] 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OLiTOiW 


<5D 


<50|Uh2| 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bB 

in 1 


lunm 


<5Q 


<5T|U1J| 


< HO 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ainim 


QHD |PJ2| 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UBD 


ouons 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5?BD 


02iD2nS 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ui JD 


|iV23«T 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


U9D 


OT/W^T 


<» 


51 (83?! 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


ni/WNT 


<» 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UibD 


lUCWU 


ULOu/ai 


<iO 


<50 


OH 


<i 


4 iqj 


15 3 


]f43 


la 


OiriHiW 1 


<S] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&UAl 1 


<S] 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


dJi'iTrtH"' 


<5n 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?QM>? 


<5D 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«i3(H>? 


<K 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ovuma 


<K 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


otWiiai 


<K 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiifq/Q] 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&TQ/DI 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o;iw/Di 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUillV) 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ftUfOf^ 


<50 


<5on:h2i 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iSfl 


ID'jq^lt 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


43 T 


UTIH/qd 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


miD 


OLi?inB 


<5D 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


51 BD 


OZiQjnS 


<» 


<vt 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


44D 


iiv?q«7 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


nr»D 

ifi2D 


OT'W^T 


<50 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ni/w«7 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


13 VD 


lliC\<l2i 


1kL1»/a5 


<» 


<50 


OH 


U 


14.1 


ta 


4 II 


5D 


03'iSim 


<50 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


K^iRias 


<50 


tlY 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' oimni 


<5Q 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l?QM>? 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mniK! 


<S] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OVtlK! 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


avfiioi 1 < 50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



PA£[404]f44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 




TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 




1 
1>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

Ir^LBKllll; 


1 
ArHaklVl 


Cfabrldr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


IAJ2M 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






ll-S^' 


tf^t 


IIWT-) 


wn-t 


wa'i-i 


wa/i-i 


flipl-t 


(mBJl-t 


HlClVIi 


ii'fq/ai 


<» 


<» 


OH 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UQm«i 


<50 


200VNJ 


<3H 


^S 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


larivn 1 


<a] 


<» 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUIO^ 


nisn 


BBICS^ 


<3IH 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


" a\'nf^ 


<» 


<50|Ul?l 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


11 


IDIi^l^i 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


71 


aimnv 


<5Q 


<5D 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AlBD 


otiim 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


63 7 D 


02IDlf^i 


<» 


<5a 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


tUlD 


lijrtqNT 


<» 


<50 


<3H 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AliD 


OTIW^T 


<» 


<» 


<3IH 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AlBD 


OI/M/flT 


<» 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


41 1 D 


iiicyi26 


OLi»/a5 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


<s 


2IW 


VKS 


im 


bi 


fHliSim 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0Bli5iaS 


<» 


IIDHY 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi^isiai 


<» 


<50 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2iatiia2 


<» 


<5a 


<3H 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ifinnioi 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obfaiioi 


<» 


<5a 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'oifoina 


<5ti 


<5D 


<3H 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


lirrwn 


<5D 


<» 


<3H 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnnti 


<H 


<5D 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


raiovi 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IVI2UV) 


<5ti 


^MfLfll 


ODQ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o\niiv) 


<50 


<50|Ul?l 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


idnii^s 


<50 


<S3|UII| 


<]iC 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


101 


ftT'?z/qa 


440 llfJl) 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ji)2D 


oi/rvrtB 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


TJD 


OKfq^d 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MbD 


ICU&I^T 


<» 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UiD 


0Tj:a«7 


<U 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


75bD 


ftUa«7 


"1131 


<5a 


<3H 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


JJTD 


2JIGW27 

DUPnODIOlIA 
1JH3*3TCL 

DUPn^lOOIIA 
1JHJ*2TCL 


aLi»/a5 


<50 


<» 


OH 


<i 


1 ai 


DO?B 


1DI 


bo 


onjq/oi 


<» 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&l»>J 


<5n 


BIHV 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiriBV) 


<S1 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


liriov? 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oooin? 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obniioi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'OifOIIOl 


<» 


<KYHi- 


<Wi) > 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ILiT^I 


<50 


<» 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnnoi 


<50 


JIIBYHZ^f 


L40UYLNJ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


viAnia: 


<50 


BOOYH^f 


LiOU YL NJ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnvioi 


<» 


B5 Ddp 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^yisioioi 


<50 


79 VM 


4W 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


V5iiaiai 


<50 


JBYH 


3J0 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


obumi , 


<S1 


Hmln 


ii\ 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iufzun 1 


<a] 1 


istra, 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0l'7l«9 


<50 


<50iuiri 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


<'Hi2 


IDSllfJi 


<50 


<W|UhJ| 


<iia 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bIB 


ainnK 1 


<IODD 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2 ] D 


inmm 1 


<a] 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ST ID 


oi/Tfl^a 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


4I4D 


lijr&^T 


<» 


<50 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UiD 


IR.J'INT 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


UBD 




lU'?'!^. 


<» 


<5a 


OH 


PA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


tT7D 



DiEEinlicr BHU 



F>£[4liif44 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


1 CirtHhn hunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 




1 
l>L'0ihLi'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 1 

Ir^LBKlllll 


1 


Cbbiidr 




Anahliul 
MnkHF' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXII5B< 
iWBOl^M 


IWBOISTfI 


iwHin 


\tilM 


l£J2M 


|QJ?M 


E3HI)/ 






lTST-> 


il-^) 


\v^* 


ly-^i 


(Hfl^^ 


(Hfl^^ 


flipl-J 


(mEl.) 


r31ClV2M 


niWiias 


SI HY 


<» 


OH 


u 


5DL 


JSI 


1 S 


LB 


larana 


<50 


»V 


<3H 


^A 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


oarisfla 


<a] 


lODHY 


<3H 


yiK 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnna 


<S] 


<» 


ODQ 


yiK 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' IZflttVO? 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«|Q]/C7 


<» 


<5D 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05IJI/D? 


<5D 


<5D 


<3IH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


01ID7/C? 


<» 


<» 


<3H 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2im/a] 


<50 


<» 


<3W 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WIM/C] 


<50 


<» 


OW 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05vq/c] 


<50 


<» 


<3H 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IMll]/^ 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


QUI 199 1 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


31 


irirzji<s 1 


<S] 


<S]|ULJ| 


<]ia 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3? 


'OTJ73«a 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


344 


oua^s 


<M 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


124 D 


02iD2« 


<a] 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


m I D 


infZTWf 


<S] 


<» 


OH 


yA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


3070 


0TJ7fl«7 


<SJ 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


13 2D 


" OU7fl«7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


27I{D 


?31CW?9 

DUFOIl^DJJB 
1!HJ*39CL 


niW/ai 


<» 


<» 


OH 


<S 


3r»i 


O.LIS 


35 


51 


4>3<]^/ai 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Ul'lE/OI 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OVIS/OI 


<» 


<SI 


<1X 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


uai^/Q! 


<» 


99 HY 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ui'is/a; 


<» 


<» UJ 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iziW/a? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


wnj/a? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OdDJ/Qf 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ttitailQl 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ursiai 


<5D 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


«M«I 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0511 L/ai 


<» 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


auiifvi 


<u 


<» 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oLi?m 


<S1 


T[fJS,Jll) 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bB 


lOTZJlU 


<S1 


<S3|UII| 


^320 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i^B 


07J?WS 


TfillQI 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S3BD 


OUSi^ 


<5Q 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


^2D 


ozoms 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5IBD 


■ ICUZ7W7 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S34D 




<50 


TS(B32| 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


s?r»D 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI BD 


UIGW3D 


nj'inas 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


61 


Q97 


T5B 


<i)a U 


31 


omq/oi 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0&U4J 


<m 


3IDHY 


3HD 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OirUiVJ 


<5a 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2i1»VC2 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WI1U/C2 


<50 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ObOb/C? 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


"OHDEVD? 


<5ti 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


l2iHi1>l 


<a] 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OmiAl 


<a] 


300 YNJ 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


05I1J/D1 


<» 


<5D 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oi/iq^je 


<» 


?m IJ2SI 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


'0UIM9 


<5Q 


Ifi0|ru,il21 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


bl 


irviQ^s 


<5Q 


4H{l3i| 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


» 1 


07J?fr<S 


<5D 


3I0II2SI 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


U9D 


OUZbOS 


<5D 


2li)|J2S| 


OH 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


AO ID 



DiEEmlicrBHU 



ftpaiofOA 



Tnhlr \-i 

rPH, ^iHBKs L.nd Cbbrkl< 

(i mB>dT>Dlrc ^mph nauJli 

FiEinln^ HhF S jn Frj r)i.Bi:Hh Calithml 



^vunpllni* 
Namr 


1 


TPH □il'ioioliBi' 


1 CirtHhn llunAL' 


TPHlp FBel4>ll 

1 L^ubihn hjofjE 

LV<-,J 




1 

1>L'kllh|i'«d 

AlHIUt 


1 

LnLBKlllll 


1 


Cfabiidr 




Anahliul 
Mnlnd' 


IWSDISTfI 


SA'hXJI5B< 
iWB0]5M 


iwaj]5B/ 

IWBOI5rFl 


iwwn 


l£J2M 


l£J2M 


IQJ2M 


E3M0/ 
S*1050 






U-S^l 


i|'^> 


IIWT-) 


ly-^i 


wa'i-i 


WS'L, 


flipl-J 


(mBJl) 


HICIVJO 


OTQWS 


<50 


I30IJ2SI 


on 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


544 D 


|[lf7ft?7 


bl|]?i| 


U0|3?i| 


<iao 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iblD 


OTIM/flT 


<50 


JED4R12> 


<3DC 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6T4D 


OUHW7 


<50 


250I32SI 


<J70 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


abiD 


2i\fzai 


OLOUH ' 


I5IHH 


4M LV 


<3DC 


IT 


T43 


4^3 


2B 


EJ 


OiriMH 


aionz 


JIOLV 


<3DC 


^TA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OaiMlJ 


6fWZ 1 


noLV 


<ioa 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnioi 


HJDOZ 


430 VL 


<3DC 


ys 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i2flfiiai 


?2IHH 


120 VL 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ifiia5iai 


IBDODZ 


IBOVL 


<3DC 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ObOHl? 


64(HZ 


ITOVL 


ODQ 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OIQB/C? 


HUHZ 


HOVL 


<tiO0 


?<A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iiin/ai 


?DJH» 


120VL 


<ioa 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQiDbVCJ 


zijNnz 


IIMBVLNJ 


L.TOOVLNJ 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' 01115*1 


7|M0 


3J0VL 


<3DC 


^A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUU/^ 


rHjMO IIQI 


9AO0II25) 


< 12000 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


0UI2n9 


J7MOI32SI 


BOO|J?i| 


^ JflOO 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


irunm 


UM0IJ2SI 


J.J00(I35( 


^T500 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OTIUnB 

'ouMwa 


44aiO|J2S| 


Qn 11151 


SiQ |J35> 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HI iD 


45M0rJ2S| 


BKI115] 


<3M 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


MT 1 D 


ft2D3rta 


qjiKKKIU.Ijq) 


3A0D(I25) 


6ia |J35) 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HOr»D 


2i\FZai 


OLIM/ai 


L,I4I0 


EH Y 


<3IH 


<5 


DIET 


HI 


0015 


12 


Oir]q«] 


IIOQ 


<5a 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


O&IQ/CJ 


EHiLZ 


<50 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 
NA 


OllVflJ 


tflO 


3W Y 


ODC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


IZiW/Qf 


IT4I0 


<5a 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OQQSiV? 


IdOQVZ 


<5D 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


o^nwa • 


110 VL 


<5D 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ointniai 


bID 


<5a 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


i\isaiai 


4U) 


<50 


ODQ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


mnbioi 


IfflOZ 


12000 YH Ml 


HJOOVLNJ 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OiHilOl 


470 


<5a 


<3M 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OUi^lV) 


\X0tl2i) 


J30D|I25| 


T40|]2S.]5( 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


OIIJ2/99 


1,1001125^ 


^A 


hA 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


' lOril^S 


15001125^ 


I30|13i| 


bH]rJI5> 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aiiut9s 


\ MO* 1251 


3IO|I3i| 


3T0 f JI5) 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


733 D 


ounms 


b-x U15t 


T5D(I25 Fll 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


153 D 


oziDjns 


^Jm^l25| 


<50 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ILBD 


?1IF2D1 


oi'm/ai 


3, TOO 


EH Y 


<3DC 


<5 


2 JL 


J 13 


1 K 


3B 


oviq/oi 


J, TOO 


9BLY 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


aernnti 


l.TOO 


120 VL 


<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


oirnioi 


3J00 


lEOVL 


<3IH 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


05<1J«1 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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?,WD 41251 


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NA 


NA 


66 


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2ba 11151 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


lETD 


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<3DC 


XA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


HID 


IhZDJ/Qd 


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Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



LHDlkV 

Njm< 


Dife 


twnm 


MDIiIIDEH 


N FLUB Of 


N'BlNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 


FlIbDpB. 

mink 1- Fill rMr 


OHP 


Huimh 


^BllUr 


TOC 


D^^Hvol 


■labrKl 


Zl^OllCl' 




HSR ]Ti 


csocun 

C3^l.!l 


PU3 Tl 


csiiDn 


rtU 


r.3a\ifb 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JIU'i 


PM"II*<> 


I'lHI J 




U/.1 


ujrL 


mj']. 


mi^l. 


mrri 


mnVL 


m\ 


md^l 


■11- 


■ 1.3- 


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Itam- FrlmlFBH ll<lr>H ^ ll« 


IFobn^pnnid, 


EtllSILf 1 nnd l.nnHniL? 






















.ISFHI 


llVShllS 


N^ 


Nl 




] 3 


X^ 


N^ 


N' 


1' 




H\ 
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NU 


OHVOJ 


HO 


91 


■-DI4 


N^ 


N' 


(ilVLlXJ} 


JVt 


iri 


Nl 


N^ 


Ji^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


N' 


Ci].[V(U 


7W 


AB 


N' 


1-1 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


111 


N^ 


H\ 


DHI 


(ilVLlUI 


r im 


21 


N' 


itr 


<ll4» 


N^ 


N' 


IC 


N^ 


H\ 


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1 IIK> 


21 


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l-l 


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MA 


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N^ 


N^ 


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9 1 


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r im 


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1 i 


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UA 


N' 


IC 


N^ 


H\ 


LD 


ofnuva? 


< IIK> 


m 


N' 


1 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


IT 


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7 


cii/nia! 


1 im 


HE 


N' 


1 T 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


IT 


HA 


H\ 


4 


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< IIH 


a 


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< Oil UJ 


NA 


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HA 


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21 


lasm 


IID 


HE 


N' 


lb 


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HA 


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31 


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a 


N' 


1 7 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


IT 


N^ 


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3^ 


DVI»4 


< IIK> 


311 


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NA 


tJA 


].3B 


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790 


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31 


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H\ 


ti/iyiva 


1 IIH 


'ilA 


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l.*!? 


N' 


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N^ 


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< im 


»h.T 


N' 


I.JI 


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1.31 


3M 


14 1 


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H\ 


4-1 


DMHVIE 


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S 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


I.2IE 


lit 


14-1 


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H\ 


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DUBVIE 


1 im 


47.9 


N' 


I.W 


fJA 


1.41 


N' 


14 D 


rDDl 


H\ 


H\ 


lUHV 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


D.IB7 


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NA 


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N^ 


N' 


Nl 


NA 


tJA 


|1 


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J 3-4 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dZi'irh^j 


•■^\ 


M 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


1 ■ 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Lini^L? 


N^ 


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NA 


tJA 


M 


Ml 


ii: 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


JVICWDI 

HIIH»3I74»I^ 
JVICWDICL 

JUJCWUICL 

)UPD3IID!ZA 
JVICADICL 


air 17X11 


m 


^ ID 


N' 


4 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


37 


NA 


H\ 


a 1 


ai/vma 


I4D 


^ ID 


N' 


42 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


m 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


oi/fnai 


' 14 ton 


1 iQi: 


N' 


4.31 


<D 1 U 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/\tr*y 


lin 


^ ID 


N' 


m 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


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0! 


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1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


1 2 


<DD1 


hJA 


N' 


31 


NA 


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ti/tnia! 


I4D 


9" ] 


N' 


H\ 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


32 


NA 


H\ 


27 


ll/WIO! 


im 


^7 1 


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NA 


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N^ 


N' 


33 


NA 


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H\ 


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1 IX 


H 


N' 


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7 3]- 


N' 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


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1 im 


22 


N' 


1 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


39 


N^ 


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< iin 


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N' 


DA9 


<D4» 


UA 


N' 


■\a 


N^ 


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t 1 


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IID 


' ID 


N' 


l-l 


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NA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


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n 


ai/nio! 


ILD 


^ ID 


N' 


l-l 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/nio! 


LHJ 


97 


N' 


l-l 


4 1 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


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< ica 


L4EI 


N' 


N^ 


^DIO UJ 


NA 


N' 


31 


NA 


H\ 


21 


aaafij 


lUD 


lU 


N' 


2 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


33 


NA 


H\ 


1 


la/tbm 


3W 


^ ID 


N' 


lb 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


4C 


NA 


H\ 


C ■ 


cvrDV 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


I.2IE 


ITH.3 


S3 


N^ 


H\ 


ItrJ 


ai/tpi'}'' 


1 IIH 


LAA 


N' 


N^ 


JJA 


7.2IE 


J9TA 


42 


N^ 


H\ 


1 M 


Llin^^f 


< iDn 


El.^ 


Nl 


HA 


fJA 


4.27 


1179 


4'i 


N^ 


H\ 


iiO 




<Hi 


in 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


D.2I 


]ii9 'i 


31 


:-A 


M 


i 14 


1 lOI 


■ 7 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


T 1 


42D 


B 


N^ 


H\ 


341 


UliUl^d 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


10-1 


XA 


4AI 


Vf? 


IE{ 


rDDl 


H\ 


4bl 


Midi?? 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


B7 


4HJ 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


S20 


fBorkv? 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


NA 


4^1 


-ID 


N^ 


H\ 


3 71 


l>H>7q7 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


72 


-41 


42 


N^ 


H\ 


4 2J 


omrkq? 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


■fl 


I7IE 


41 


NA 


H\ 


■ta 


HbBva 


^ bD U 


Tl 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


12 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


4BDI4rt 


4 no u 


Tl 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


3 


N' 


49 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


m/o.W ' 


< no u 


II 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


3 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(]]i(iii.qa 


i [00 u 


II 


N' 


Id 


tJA 


UA 


N' 


4^ 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


Lzm^i 


< IIK] 


17 


N' 


m 


tJA 


UA 


N' 


4C 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


(dai^j 


' I4ID U 


J^ 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


1 1 


N' 


Q3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Lli'III^L4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


IBI 


XA 


N^ 


N' 


U 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


UHVTb?? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


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Ji^ 


2 


N' 


][" 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Lir3l>?D 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


JJ^ 


Id'' 


N' 


42 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 
Pmnlnj ••! Sjb hrahBLa, Cjlili^rnB 



l.HDlkM 


Dife 


twnm 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrllBU 


^'■iNllnlf 


N D1 N'llr[(r 




CRF 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 




■1i:4l>rKl 


ZI^CIJC' 




^:PE^ m 


CKHUH 


PHHDI 
PI13 ■■ 

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E^IDt 


rtU 


i:nD.a 
Zl^^tlfl 


^''■9Dl'i 


5hJ'9l'i(» 


<\lfl 1 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


mflVL 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mtn. 


MJFD^ITDII^ 


ai/H*\i 


1 im 


' l(» 


N' 


Sir 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


'1 


N^ 


H\ 


Q'' 


ai/\tr*y 


< lU 


^ ID 


N' 


Q-l 


<DU1 


HA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


ai/ii*\j 


< im 


^ lO 


N' 


Q9 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


'1 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


tl/ZMKI! 


< lU 


^ ID 


N' 


Q7 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


4 


i«/i.-;ki! 


< lU 


^ lU 


N' 


IT 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


Ut 


•iiwj^ia! 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


SX 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


ai/nio! 


< m 


^ l(» 


N' 


a 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


3? 


L 1^27X11 


< ica 


^ ID 


N' 


T] 


<OI1 UJ 


NA 


N' 


'1 


NA 


H\ 


4 


oajB*\i 


I4D 


^ ID 


N' 


TI 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


I 


mami 


I'd 


^ in 


N' 


7 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


] 


(IV [7X1 ] 


' [IIO LU 


1 la \Ji 


Nl 


ab 


<D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(IV [11'' 

ai/'n^'' 
[ir[(>?j 


■ [[» LU 


1 IV \JI 


N' 


ai 


^C>4 


N^ 


Ml 


e: 


N^ 


H\ 


\ 1 


1 lOI 


' i(» 


Nl 


N\ 


\* 


n^i, 


1^ 


4[ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 11 


< im 


' i(» 


N' 


N^ 


\^ 


^11 


la 


a: 


N^ 


H\ 


11U 


in 


m.3 


N' 


N^ 


Ji^ 


If A 


]9].7 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


111 


tPUtlKi 


1 IIK> 


' in 


N' 


HA 


WA 


mil 


IVD 


139 


N^ 


H\ 


TM 


ocniB 


< lU 


^ in 


N' 


HA 


HA 


lb 


39IE 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


1» 


DUOrkVIE 


1 im 


^ in 


N' 


'Hl^ 


HA 


IE.9I 


?7^ 


ITQ 


<UD1 


H\ 


IH 


imn7 


< lU 


^ in 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


II 


421 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


12Z 


4BDH7 


1 IIK> 


^ in 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


JIJ 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


13Z 


Dvorkv? 


< lU 


^ in 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1! 


411 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


lb7 


aziOH? 


< im 


^ in 


N' 


NA 


HA 


^H 


IHE 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


13Z 


UBID 


^ [(ID i: 


1 ID u 


N' 


NA 


HA 


17 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IBDUD 


' [(ID i: 


1 ID u 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


■ 1 nm 


N' 


a\ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DVZriD 


^ KID U 


< ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


ai 


N' 


s 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dill HUD 


i [(ID U 


1 la u 


N' 


31 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


Q! 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


[^^[m 


< llH 


' in 


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11 


HA 


NA 


N' 


11 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


iHiim 


' [(ID i: 


1 in u 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


IJ 


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n 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


mvhi? 


N^ 


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N' 


NA 


HA 


7 7 


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40 


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H\ 


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[irni^i^ 


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ts 


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49 


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JUJGhJUl 


(]]'[K]} 


1 im 


' i(» 


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4H 


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Ht 


(1].[7'I4 


< lOI 


' ii» 


Nl 


49 


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1 


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tl/ViKI! 


< lOI 


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1 1d 


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C 


<D>4 


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U 


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37 


tpaznaz 


1 im 


' i(» 


N' 


C 


<D>4 


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N' 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


Zl 


lasm 


1 im 


^ in 


N' 


17 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


3ri 


N^ 


H\ 


1 T 


II3/I1K\! 


< im 


^ in 


N' 


1-1 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


41 


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H\ 


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lir!7«J 


">0 


^ in 


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b II 


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NA 


N' 


31 


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3 1 


(Pb^MXlJ 


1 IIK> 


^ in 


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ai 


<D>4 


NA 


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M 


NA 


H\ 


1.0 


DVI7X1J 


< [HO LU 


< Jd Ul 


N' 


17 


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N' 


43 


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H\ 


14 


D«m'' 


< im 


^ in 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1.1IE 


119.1 


it 


N^ 


H\ 


1 79 


D^BV 


1 im 


^ in 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


0.97 


J9I.4 


94 


N^ 


H\ 


1 It 


lUHIIE 


liZ 


^ in 


N' 


NA 


HA 


4.TJ 


117 


4n 


NA 


H\ 


1 79 


mmiE 


< IIKl 


^ in 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 


111.2 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


34B 


DUHIIE 


1 iin 


^ i(» 


N' 


NA 


HA 


19 


31Z 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


1 V 


DUmiE 


< IIKl 


^ in 


N' 


l.[| 


HA 


■Itr 


iia 


f 1 


<nDi 


H\ 


3UJ 


IUm7 


< im 


^ in 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


51 


4» 


3[ 


NA 


H\ 


I4D 


IBDrh17 


1 ica 


^ in 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


42J 


30 


NA 


H\ 


341 


l»D717 


1 l[H] 


^ in 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


4! 


397 


?9 


N^ 


H\ 


\-l 


DZ4m7 


1 l[K> 


< in 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


au 


Ql 


31 


NA 


H\ 


33 


m^tiD 


' [(ID L' 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


rt-i 


N' 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


lllLU»D 


' [(ID U 
i [(N^ U 


1 la u 
< ID u 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


7t 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Nl 


■i\ 


-y ' 


7 7 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Clilimb 


' [(ID L 


< ID U 

Id 


N' 


M 


^^ 


N^ 


N' 


a. 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


i!r[m 


1 iin 


N' 


JS 


XA 


N^ 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


[wrim 


i [(ID U 


1 lU u 


N' 


NA 


HA 


11 


N' 


V 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


lli4BSl 


IflDB 


E7Q 


N' 


lb 


HA 


NA 


N' 


Ul 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IH^HH? 


ID3Da 


3DD 


N' 


NA 


HA 


4! 


N' 


iia 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


M/H/Vt 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


]'& 


Ml 


fi 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HlLkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


H D1 N'drUr 


Flllnv". 

Iflllnto 1- FCIIrHr 


CRF 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 




^j'rii^i» 

PA'i07D 


FPU m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
CIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


rtU 


i:khul 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JDl'i 


SM'II"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mwn. 


J1>]C*U4CL 

Mil' 1 IZ7DI 2.\ 
jniCWIMCL 


ai/H*\i 


1 im 


' 1" 


N' 


J 1 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


4^ 


N^ 


N' 


J 


dlVLTUI 


< IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


13 


<DU1 


HA 


N' 


J! 


N^ 


H\ 


J 


Oi/fHO' 


< im 


^ lO 


N' 


13 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


Si 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dTTLTUI 


<»KI 


^ ^ 


N' 


II r 


<D4» UJ 


13 r 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


aTTIlXll 


< IDO 


^ lU 


N' 


13 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


llbtl*\J 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


13 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


47 


NA 


H\ 


04 


ii/B3m 


1 iin 


^ ID 


N' 


\i 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


47 


IB 27V? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


13 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


49 


NA 


H\ 


1 


(]i-3n<]? 


< IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


\i 


DDT J 


NA 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


14 


(]1-3IX]> 


1 ica 


^ ID 


N' 


II 


DDT J 


N^ 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


a^/3k"i! 


1 IHII 


i ^ 


Nl 


\i 


< 1 


N^ 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/iiiaz 


1 i«i 


' ID 


N' 


lO 


Dm J 


N^ 


N' 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


17 


L 1^2711 J 


< lOI 


' ID 


Nl 


13 


1 D>4 UJ 


N^ 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


3? 


11^7711 J 
Lir!7XJJ 


< lOI 


' ID 


N' 


14 J 


1 D'tJ U] 


N^ 


N' 


41 


i-^ 


M 


H\ 


■:sr\ 


^ ^ 


N' 


13 


< 1 


NA 


N' 


}3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


tPBJ^iai 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


13 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


B> 


N^ 


H\ 


3! 


U1-L7X1J 


IID 1 


< 10 Ul 


N' 


13 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


TZ 


dl-LIV 


1 IIH 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


XA 


J7J 


IET.T 


13 


N^ 


H\ 


127 


aZTLO.?'' 


< IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


tJ^ 


IT 


JS4A 


13 


N^ 


H\ 


lib 


LirL4>?IE 


< llH 


I7JI 


N' 


HA 


X^ 


13 1 


31UI 


il 


N^ 


H\ 


197 


O&IZVIE 


1 IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


ID 


J9VJI 


40 


N^ 


H\ 


QOE 


MinviE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


II 


-ty 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


1 ID 


Dinrk^B 


1 IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


^.W 


HA 


HAD 


3116 


-4Q1 


rDDl 


H\ 


147 


iuirkq7 


< IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


ID 


4JZ 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


000797 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


-lb> 


Si 


N^ 


H\ 


1 II 


11^11197 


< lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D! 


-l»] 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


1U7 


0!r01?7 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1! 


m 


49 


NA 


H\ 


lUD 


Mb 3090 


' lOD i: 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


ID 


N' 


10 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


I^V^.qD 


^ lOD U 


< ID U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


14 


N' 


lO 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


OVZI^D 


i lOD U 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


\2 


N' 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


OlVLI^b 


J 31 ID 


a 


N' 


13 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


[ilH^J 


1 IDI 


•i ID 


Nl 


13 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


14 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


o^ri-i^i 


IID 


27 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1! 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Llillim4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


JD'' 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


11 d 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


0^rL4>?? 


HA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


ID 


N' 


13 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


tl/aiVD 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


UD 


N' 


IID 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


JUlGhl'U 


ai/ti*\i 


1 l[K> 


^ ID 


N' 


l-l 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


40 


N^ 


H\ 


OQ 


DiirkQi 


1 iDa 


^ ID 


N' 


D.BI 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


Oif 


0»IZV! 


< ICQ LU 


11 


N' 


Ofil 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


SI 


NA 


H\ 


0! 


IZidM]? 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


, 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


(Ill.!7fl7 


1 im 


II 


N' 


03i2 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


44 


N^ 


H\ 


03 


OVJMfl? 


< lOI 


11 


N' 


OAI 


<DI1 


NA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


LD 


OIVLIX]? 


7 ID 


^ ID 


N' 


11 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


13 


NA 


H\ 


3d 


L 1^77X1 J 


1 ica 


ID 


N' 


D-TT 1 


DAII J 


NA 


N' 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


4 1 


IIH'TJI'aj 


IHD 


l<' 


N' 


D.U 


<DI1 


NA 


N' 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


O-J 


Q1/\tili\l 


J»ID 


t-J 


N' 


DdlJ 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


44 


NA 


H\ 


3D 


(IV [39^ 


1 IDO 


lUI 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


^DUSI 


!12fi 


1D7 


N^ 


H\ 


DAT' 


01/ HV 


1 ica 


1].^ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


<OB 


194^ 


il 


N^ 


H\ 


197 


tinma 


1 lEKI 


Ii.9 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.3^ 


J4I.! 


17 


NA 


H\ 


19? 


OHILI^IE 


<1D 


lUI 


N' 


NA 


HA 


DAi 


um 


33 


NA 


H\ 


7.b 


ai/tnvt 


< IM 


II 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


ddue 


-IDD 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


4 17 


Olilll^lE 
[li"h"J7 
Ollftl7"J7 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


D.II} 


HA 


DCl7D 


TJin 


177 


<DD1 


H\ 


747 


1 lOI 


' ID 


Nl 


M 


-<A 


!H 


411 


4*1 


N^ 


H\ 


1 f 


< lOJ 


' ID 


N' 


N^ 


--.A 


N^ 


4111 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


DH4 


aMb?7 


1 170 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


<0D^ 


■tr! 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


IAD 


Ol/ObVI 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


lODi 


\ia 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


HbSlVD 


' [OD i: 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


10 Di 


N' 


f9 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IBOrkVD 


^ lOD U 


< JQ U 


N' 


NA 


Hn 


D.U 


H\ 


32 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


OKUVD 


i [OD U 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.II 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


a3'EZ?b 


' KID U 


1 la U 


N' 


D.7J 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


n 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


[illvj 


< lEII 


' ID 


N' 


D-l 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


32 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr 7UD1 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HlEkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 


mnto 1- nilniF 


CRF 


EulDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 




^ij'rii^iih 


HS& m 


CKHUH 


CIS3 ■■ 


E^ion 


rtU 


i:nD.a 

^'/••^•'S'x 


i:iiio» 


SM'II"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


awil. 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


mflVL 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mwn. 


Jf'IGWIli 


tn/ tiVi 


' L4ID i: 


< JQ U 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


DAJ 


N' 


Ifx 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


M/tPI'}' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


1^1 


HA 


HA 


N' 


JJtr 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 


CWrH"^? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1 1 


N' 


J91 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 


1 l/Jfl'}\l 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1 3 


N' 


tAb 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 




Oi/tSKM 


^ m 


< ID 


N' 


D.3I 


■-Ci'fS 


N^ 


Ml 


1 i 


N^ 


N' 


II? 


OUT'" 


■ llH 


< ID 


N' 


43 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


in 


N^ 


H\ 


4d 


D]m«l 


IID 


< ID 


N' 


■-I 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


7 3 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


\l/l\l*\! 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


II 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4^ 


NA 


H\ 


J 1 


mmuM 


1 im 


< ID 


N' 


IL 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


1? 


okbiJia; 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


II 


<DU1 


HA 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(]1-3UXJ? 


< IHII 


' ID 


Nl 


II 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


4 


N^ 


H\ 


la 


ankitiz 


1 1«] 


' ID 


N' 


II 


^D>4 


HA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IIVLZHII 


??n 


' ID 


Nl 


St- 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


12 


N^ 


Nl 


1 1 


Lir?71IJ 


< l(U 


' ID 


N' 


\2I 


< U'tS U] 


N^ 


N' 


47 


i-^ 


M 


3 7D 


m^jcj 


IfiO 


^ ID 


N' 


\i 


<Ult 


NA 


N' 


4 


N^ 


N' 


3 


I»I7VJ 


< LCD UJ 


< ID Ul 


N' 


\2 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4 


N^ 


H\ 


iS 


dl-EZ?'' 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


tJA 


JD 1 II III 


II3A 


4F 


N^ 


H\ 


S9d 


azTL^i?'' 


III 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


IE.?4 


IIH.I 


M 


NA 


H\ 


S J7 


Lini^lE 


111 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


IL? 


JET.4 


4T 


NA 


H\ 


a i] 


umLmiE 


< llH 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


■fH 


IQLH 


H 


NA 


H\ 


sa 


ofimiE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


II 


3IIJ 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


sn 


DUOrkVIE 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


D.^ 


HA 


1.91 


aib 


ID ■ 


<DD1 


H\ 


Q>»J 


lunv? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


d 1 


47] 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


4 2J 


i^iirkq? 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


477 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


StiO 


ta/n/vi 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


db 


491 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


4 7^ 


IM/irrVI 


< itm 


11 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


1! 


IH} 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


S-IZ 


L4>]l>^b 


' L4ID U 


< JQ U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


II 


N' 


44 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


iBinqD 


' [4ID i: 


1 ID U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


IJ 


N' 


43 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


l>V!»D 


^ L4ID U 


< ID U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


II 


N' 


3^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/ti'ia 


i L4ID U 


|{ 


N' 


1 2 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


( T- (Ul 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


H/\«^li 


1 ica 


^ ID 


N' 


H 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


Vi 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


iwri-i^j 


' \l'< u 


< ID U 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


■f! 


N' 


31 


■i^ 


Nl 


H\ 


Llillll^L4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


ID 4 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


4J J 


N^ 


M 


H\ 


oa?aq7 


HA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


H\ 


^H 


N' 


47 ] 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


HTPD^IHIJA 
.ntlCWDTCL 


DIIHU 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


41 


^D>4 


NA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


Q'' 


dTTLTQI 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


73 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


H 


NA 


H\ 


31 


dl'IMll 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


as 


<D4» 


hJA 


H\ 


3^ 


NA 


H\ 


3d 


IZiDMl? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


B 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


4B 


NA 


H\ 


4 ] 


IB/I'm 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


ET 


<D4» 


UA 


N' 


SO 


NA 


H\ 


NU 


dv^qv? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


T J 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


[-■ 


ai'izx]? 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


71 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


40 


N^ 


H\ 


1^ 


Mr!7«J 


JDIID 


^ ID 


N' 


iTJ 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


34 


4BBVJ 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


sn 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


49 


NA 


H\ 


3 


DVI^XIJ 


ISO 


^ ID 


N' 


db 1 


XA 


NA 


N' 


S3 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


dl-LlXJJ 


1V> 


^ ID 


N' 


St-f 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


S3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Dl-IKIJ 


isa 


^ ^ 


N' 


H 


< 1 


N^ 


H\ 


SI 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


la/nv 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


7.T7 


lai.i 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


7 7d 


DZOBV 


1 ica 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


d9 


73tT 


QD 


NA 


H\ 


7-to 


LlilH^IE 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


0.9? 


an 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


SUI 


UHILI^IE 


<1D 


^ ^ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


7. ID 


ni.1 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


9Ad 


•n/tnij 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


db 


421 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


4'' 
7H] 


[li"h"J7 
(PLUT'J? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


7.21 


HA 


bAd 


If 


4Q-I 


'DD* 


H\ 


< lOI 


< ID 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


^? 


446 


S4 


N^ 


H\ 


127 


1 1«] 


- ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


4M 


S3 


N^ 


H\ 


4-11 


auwii 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


T 


41d 


S3 


N^ 


H\ 


4 Id 


Ol/ObVT 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


^t 


190 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


4-ID 


HbJIVD 


^ I4ID i: 


1 ID U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


ID 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


mork^D 


' I4ID U 


< JD U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


II 


N' 


Q3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Ql-imD 


i L4in u 


1 ID U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


II 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dlVLZ^b 


' L4ID U 


1 la U 


N' 


II 


HA 


NA 


N' 


Ol 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


[a [19 J 


< lOI 


' ID 


N' 


It 


HA 


NA 


N' 


ra 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


aim?} 


IHD 


H 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1! 


N' 


E3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HnlkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrllBU 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N HI Ndrnr 




CRP 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


DnHvol 


■1i:4l>rKl 






HP& m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.7l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


I^U 


I^HDU 


i:]iio» 

^''■flDS'i 


ShJiH"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


JDI'L 


atwIL 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mwn. 


JVIKlhl'U] 


ai/H*\i 


1 im 


' 1" 


N' 


0.S2 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


\'i 


N^ 


N' 


d-i 


ai/\tr*y 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


O-SH 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


IC 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


ai/ii*\j 


1 im 


^ lO 


N' 


D.97 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


tl/ZMKI! 


< im 


^ lO 


N' 


D.91 


<D4» 


UA 


H\ 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


11 


i«/i.-;ki! 


1 im 


^ lU 


N' 


D.SI 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1? 


•iiwj^ia! 


< llH 


^ ID 


N' 


DJI7 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


NA 


H\ 


I-I 


ai/nio! 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


D.97 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


DIE 


MraixiJ 


1 llH 


^ ID 


N' 


1 J 


< Oil UJ 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


NA 


H\ 


11 


IB/SKi 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


D.97 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


C 


I»I7V1 


^ iH ur 


ita \Ji 


N' 


D.9I 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


7.1 


avnv 


1 IHII 


' ID 


Nl 


NA 


tJA 


D»> 


301 


IS J 


N^ 


H\ 


D7I 


OMd^'' 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


nvtt 


IJI.T 


IT 


N^ 


H\ 


DB 


llnll^f 


y}t 


IIS 


Nl 


N^ 


V* 


1 


laa 


IS'' 


N^ 


Nl 


3 IS(IMh 


1)111 L!>|{ 


- i«i 


< ID 


N' 


N^ 


\^ 


1113 


ISI •{ 


II 


i-^ 


M 


J>A 


DbtDVIE 


r im 


< ID 


N' 


N^ 


X^ 


1 


w 


IC 


N^ 


H\ 


DbE 


□ mrkviE 


1 l[K> 


< ID 


N' 


ojHta 


^A 


OBb! 


Si! 


13? 


^DDl 


H\ 


ItrJ 


IU>»7 


r iDa 


< ID 


N' 


HA 


tJA 


OBI 


39! 


IJ 


NA 


H\ 


DAB 


1^41^7 


< |[K> 


< ID 


N' 


NA 


tJ^ 


NA 


Sll 


14 


NA 


H\ 


l-U 


D«>147 


r IDa 


< ID 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


D.T1 


SU 


17 


N^ 


H\ 


ItrJ 


DM>»7 


< |[K> 


< ID 


N' 


NA 


XA 


^ D Dj mi 


3D 


\i 


NA 


H\ 


D79 


IDm.qD 


^ KID i: 


< ID U 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


1 1 


N' 


44 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


£17^3 l?D 


^ 14ID U 


1 10 U 


N' 


NA 


tJ^ 


1 1 


N' 


\i 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DkZI^D 


IID 


< JD U 


N' 


NA 


tJ^ 


IX 


N' 


13 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DMH^D 


' [4ID L' 


< JD U 


N' 


I.U 


tJ^ 


N^ 


N' 


\i 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


J2/lim 


1 ica 


rr 


N' 


T 


tJ^ 


N^ 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


("idH^J 


' nm u 


< JD U 


N' 


N^ 


fA 


1 2 


N' 


1? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


lliVI?4 


717 


H 


N' 


lb 


tJA 


NA 


N' 


JQ 1 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


I^S.?? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


tJ^ 


1 2 


N' 


IS 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


JIIS.qD 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


tJ^ 


1 1 


N' 


IE'' 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


)UPD3IH]7B 

JURHI!7a!3A 
]1:PD3I](]!3B 


OIVLHU 


1 lEKI 


UD 


N' 


^QD^ 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


77 


N^ 


H\ 


01 


Cli/\tr*H 


1 l[K> 


a 


N' 


^QD^ 


^nia 


N^ 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


a 1 


(il'Llll! 


IfiO 


3 ID 


Nl 


4».orF 


<D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


71 


N^ 


H\ 


C 1 




un 


3ID 


N' 


D-DH 


^D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


S7 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


I7D 


97D 


Nl 


^aoi 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


E4 


N^ 


H\ 


OD 


IZiDMl? 


I7D 


SB} 


N' 


^aoi 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


E3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


mmuM 


74D 


3qD 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


El 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


tpazna! 


73D 


4 ID 


N' 


'ODi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


Et 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ontifai 


r iin 


I7D 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


Efi 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


amifai 


I7D 


UD 


N' 


^CD^ 


<D4» 


I4A 


N' 


97 


N^ 


H\ 


03 


amifai 


IID 


71 ID 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


amifai 


SHI 


2ID 


N' 


1 i 


1 1 


NA 


N' 


93 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


MllUfOI 


ViD 


CID 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


oa 


iB/sni 


3m 


MD 


N' 


D.LI 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


94 


NA 


H\ 


11 


DVI7QJ 


IW 1 


l»D3 


N' 


^DD^ 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


M 


N^ 


H\ 


17 


(IV lis If 


< IDH 


417 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


DD11 


7D7 


J74» 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 


dZTKI?'' 


< llH 


3» 


N' 


HA 


tJA 


<aD7 


J3II 1 


J3I» 


NA 


H\ 


na 


iirimiE 


Si! 


JUT 


N' 


H\ 


tJA 


o.ny 


J3b.^ 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


1 y 


OlbllSIE 


1 llH 


4>N3 


N' 


HA 


tJ^ 


^DD^ 


9 J 


W> 


N^ 


H\ 


1 22 


Dbl»IE 


< IDa 


470 


N' 


HA 


tJA 


^CD^ 


3M 


J3U 


N^ 


H\ 


no 


DIID7mE 


IID 


4DD 


N' 


^aoi 


fA 


lODi 


77D 


117 


<DD1 


H\ 


ID 


[lid 1^7 


IID 


4m 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


lODi 


3HJ 


J ID 


N^ 


H\ 


DID 


1llrfVI"17 


3QD 


41 D 


N' 


NA 


^\ 


NA 


3M 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


lUD 


.I'll' — 

mill-- 


< lOI 


37D 


Nl 


NA 


^A 


^(101 


I1J 


E^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D7B 
1 71 

H\ 


1 l«l 


33D 


N' 


NA 


^A 


■mo'i 


I7-' 


JI1» 


N^ 


H\ 


141-aL-ib 


' I4N> U 


3 ID 


N' 


N^ 


fA 


D.1IE 


N' 


E7 


N^ 


H\ 


a7ni"i& 


' 14ID U 


3ID 


N' 


NA 


fA 


lOS 


N' 


El 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


mzmD 


i I4ID U 


73D 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


^CD^ 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DMHSD 


' 14ID U 


3IE 


N' 


^CD^ 


tJA 


NA 


N' 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IZTll?} 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


71 


fJA 


N^ 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(MiiurF>ji 


' [4ID U 


im 


N' 


NA 


X^ 


10 f 


N' 


4C 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


iitmvi 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


lb 


tJA 


N^ 


N' 


ill 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


09/aiV! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


DDU 


N' 


il 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


lirS^D 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


DT 


N' 


J47 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr 7UDS 



r^SDiT? 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HlLkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 


mnto 1- FCIIrMr 


CRF 


EulDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1i:4l>rKl 






HP& m 


CHD^dl 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


I^U 


i:nD.a< 


i:]|IO» 
^''■ODJ'i 


5hl"ll''» 


irita J 




l^'J- 


—/L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■rl. 


JflSiWII' 


ai/H*\i 


-UD 


■I 


N' 


:3H 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


B 


N^ 


N' 


a J 


ai/\tr*y 


7 ID 


Hd 


N' 


91 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


3^ 


N^ 


H\ 


a J 


ai/ii*\j 


IfiD 


IV 


N' 


IS 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


30 


N^ 


H\ 


a; 


tl/ZMKI! 


'. iin 


TIE 


N' 


SI 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


J 


i«/i.-;ki! 


< iin 


tia 


N' 


41 


UII4J 


HA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


1 ] 


'S'ltifai 


IW 


LTD 


N' 


34 


^Dm 


HA 


N' 


31 


HA 


H\ 


1 1 


amifai 


nD 


TIE 


N' 


14 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


3^ 


NA 


H\ 


DB 


\iiiv>a\ 


< im 


Lia 


N' 


Si 


auT 


NA 


N' 


Z7 


NA 


H\ 


a J 


IBfOKI 


< im 


n 


N' 


IS 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


m 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


tatiivi 


IHD 


ID 


N' 


41 r 


DD? 1 


NA 


N' 


3! 


N^ 


H\ 


ii 


avfi^'' 


'. IHII 


III 


Nl 


NA 


fJA 


4.9'' 


177.2 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


aid 


aii\i'}<' 


< im 


'J-P 


N' 


NA 


^A 


i^^ 


31 


41 2 


N^ 


H\ 


147 


uniii 


7» 


^H.L 


Nl 


NA 


fJA 


--■A 


]9H.g 


31 


N^ 


Nl 


37 


UHlLL^f 


'. I«] 


i! 


N' 


NA 


HA 


J ^ 


IIJ 


37 


i-^ 


M 


ay 


UfLlSIE 


< IHW 


t1 


N' 


NA 


HA 


4H 


3f 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


12i 


UliQT^J 


'. IIH 


^•A 


N' 


107 


HA 


4.TD 


371 


■Id 


^DDl 


H\ 


lIU 


iiiaiq? 


< im 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1! 


317 


U 


N^ 


H\ 


DM 


4B4».q7 


< IIK> 


M 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


4H 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D Id 


DMirkq? 


'. im 


M 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


IH 


3H 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


Diri 


D^Xq? 


< IIK] 


47 


N' 


NA 


HA 


41 


III 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


imivD 


' E4ID i: 


*■► 


N' 


NA 


HA 


Dl 


N' 


Z7 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


fBDIVD 


^ I4ID U 


11 


N' 


NA 


HA 


47 


N' 


31 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


l»!mD 


^ I4ID U 


M 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


41 


N' 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DMirk^D 


' I4ID i: 


M 


N' 


Si 


HA 


HA 


N' 


3C 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IZTlim 


'. im 


ID 


N' 


at 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


U 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^Pjni?} 


\ia 


ilO 


N' 


N\ 


^A 


J J. 


N' 


i\ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


.■Hinii-i 1 


JIMGhl'"! 


I»3MU 


1 IIH 


21 


N' 


0.1! 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


19 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


DlRXll 


lOD 


^ lO 


N' 


■1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


amifO' 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


IT 


iDIt 


N^ 


N' 


7-I 


N^ 


H\ 


37 


anifl'' 


1 IIK> 


31.3 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


I1I](]I7| 


I0t-.2 


Ki 


N^ 


H\ 


9 IJ 


^IHVLZ^f 


J47 


394 


N' 


N^ 


-<A 


-11(1^ 


]7H' 


ISt 


■i^ 


Nl 


T4 


(kfLL^f 


< llH 


27 


N' 


N^ 


W 


-11(1^ 


413 


3! 


i-^ 


M 


4.^ 




1 m 


It! 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


Lia 


N' 


40 If 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


< im 


7D 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


10 ns 


41D 


3! 


N^ 


H\ 


a25 


DZiOm? 


1 im 


^ ID 


Nl 


HA 


HA 


1 1 


lAI 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


Q4I 


UB^D 


lOD 


4D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D.CB 


N' 


m 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


dTTIZ^D 


IC7 


^ ID 


N' 


4n 


HA 


NA 


N' 


B 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


aiini'di 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


n^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


IQD 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


jqGWkDI 


amifas 


aiD 


I4EI 


N' 


D.LI 


<Ult 


NA 


N' 


1! 


N^ 


H\ 


[1 


Hj'PIZIKUK 
J'4aWLOKL 

)i:pihi I loi?.^ 

J'4aWIDKL 

nj'PD3n'KUZA 
HIPIUUIIA 

)UPlHD9fl73A 
JMQi* [UKL 

Hj'PDJaHIl^ 


amifas 


1 ica 


ID 


N' 


1 2 


<nit 


NA 


N' 


T^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


amifas 


1 iin 


^ ID 


N' 


1 2 


lUlt 


NA 


N' 


72 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


amifoi 


' PIQU 


11.4 


N' 


l.!2 


' 1 u 


N^ 


N' 


71^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


L2miU 


1 IIXI 


>T 


Nl 


1 T 


^nia 


NA 


N' 


E^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


[SL^*:" 


l(H> 


1! 


N' 


1 2 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


iVi 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


L^mui 


' IIIOU 


U.b 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1.21 


N' 


■■07 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ami 141 


1 im 


7'' 


N' 


D.97 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


IS 


N^ 


H\ 


D 1? 


ami 141 


< iin 


SD 


N' 


D.Vf 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


IS 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Olbll41 


1 JQ 


bE 


N' 


NA 


HA 


a El J. 


N' 


TT 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


CKIKU 


< Iin 


ID 


N' 


0.S2 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


TT 


NA 


H\ 


Ulfl 


DKIKU 


< IIK] 


rr 


N' 


D.94 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


T^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DTi(H4I 


< iin 


41 


N' 


1 1 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


T9 


N^ 


H\ 


D2J 


DS4HQ] 


< im 


>» 


N' 


1 1 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


E3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IZiOI'dl 


IID 


41 


N' 


1 I 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


Ed 


N^ 


H\ 


OD 


iiKUfai 


lOD 


4^ 


N' 


1 2 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


Ed 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


iiKUfai 


OU 


41 


N' 


l-l J- 


<nos 


14 J- 


N' 


IE3D 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'«i2i>ai 


IHD 


tri 


N' 


1 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


72 


N^ 


H\ 


L ■ 


IHhIPIXII 


< im 


iS 


N' 


1 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


74 


NA 


H\ 


04 


Ob«VI 


1 iin 


to 


N' 


1 1 


<noi 


rJA 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dUhvi 


J3UD 


77 


N' 


1 


<nos 


1 


N' 


Ob 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


OTTatxii 


< m 


7& 


N' 


1 2 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


7! 


N^ 


H\ 


01 


aivaxii 


< im 


71 


N' 


1 2 


^aia 


N^ 


N' 


73 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


MrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 




CRF 


BulDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 






HSR m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


rtU 




HMKll'/ 
^''■■JIU'i 


PM"II*<> 


irita J 




l^'J- 


MF^L 


JDI'L 


lOI^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■rT. 


JMG^' L4»l 


ai/H*\i 


1 im 


4IE 


N' 


^aoi 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


J4 


N^ 


N' 


d 1 


izTEcai 


IfiD 


L-Ul 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


stu 


N^ 


N' 


0! 


iB/nm 


< im 


4^ 


N' 


^DD^ 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


JL 


N^ 


N' 


D27 


la/an' 


< iin 


iZ 


N' 


^QD^ 


<D4» 


UA 


N' 


3fi 


N^ 


N' 


n^7 


DMHQI 


< iin 


TIE 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


97 


N^ 


N' 


DJhH 


m>zvi 


130 


Lia 


N' 


^aoi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


IDD 


HA 


N' 


07 


IBIHll 


iw 


JZ 


N' 


'O'S \JI 


<Da uj 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


N' 


J 


nrkiHvi 


< im 


-ID 


N' 


^aoi 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


J3 


NA 


N' 


dl 


airaxii 


< iDn 


» 


N' 


^aoi 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


TO 


N^ 


N' 


C-I 


JMOWLUI 


aiVLK]} 


IW 


ID 


N' 


ntr 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


J4D 


N^ 


N' 


a 1 


L^TL-i'ai 


\g\i 




Nl 


D-ll 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


J4>» 


N^ 


N' 


Dl 


(II1IL4UU 


n\> 


N' 


D.32 


'Clll 


N^ 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


N' 


D 11 


(IVZMU 


7Ln 


y? 


Nl 


D.3I 


iCllli 


N^ 


N' 


IM' 


N^ 


Nl 


QTI 


aiio^iu 


\iii 


47 


N' 


D.U 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


JJ1I 


i-\ 


M 


(l>»7 


LZillZVI 


S\l 


4D 


N' 


DT 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


J4D 


N^ 


N' 


C? 


(hlLM]! 


I'D 


1> 


N' 


^aii ui 


< D a UJ 


NA 


N' 


14D 


N^ 


N' 


d 1 


Ob«VI 


im 


2Z 


N' 


D.37 


^DIO 


HA 


N' 


I4D 


N^ 


Nl 


Oi 


oUhvi 


IID 


22 


N' 


D.il 


^DIO 


HA 


N' 


J4D 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 


airatxi! 


un 


' lO 


N' 


D.31 


1.3 


H\ 


N' 


J4>» 


N^ 


N' 


0! 


JMG^' HfS 


aivL^i} 


1 lOJ 


■4 


N' 


\tr 


<D>4 


H\ 


N' 


73 


N^ 


N' 


II 1 


IZTkl'UJ 


< iml 


^ 1" 


N' 


1 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


73 


N^ 


N' 


a 1 


4BIDQI 


ILD 


^ lO 


N' 


in 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


Et 


N^ 


N' 


n 1! 


i»aQi 


IID 


^ lO 


N' 


1 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


Dd 


N^ 


N' 


D)9 


DMHQI 


< im 


^ lU 


N' 


1 i 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


N' 


D Id 


IZiDZQI 


IW 


^ ID 


N' 


\b 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


N' 


a 1 


IIH'Lllll 


mir 


^ lU 


N' 


L->bJ- 


<Da uj 


NA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


N' 


m 


^HhIMIXJI 


1 ica 


' lU 


N' 


1 7 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


» 


NA 


N' 


at 


divaxii 


1 im 


l] 


N' 


1 i 


<DU1 


N^ 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


N' 


i? 


J4GWIUD 


dlVLK]} 


1 im 


1} 


N' 


DPH 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


9! 


N^ 


N' 


a 1 


L^TL-i'ai 


IID 


t1 


N' 


DPI 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


N' 


c ■ 


UI1IL4UU 


lOD 


' 1" 


N' 


DH 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


'ii 


N^ 


N' 


nitr 


'IVi'fl' 


nn 


< ID 


Nl 


D.T4 1 

D7 


1011 UJ 


N^ 


N' 


«l 


N^ 


N' 


asj 


ainrmy 


1 im 


17 


N' 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


ftl 


N^ 


N' 


DTI 


tPUtVO! 


m> 


II 


N' 


D-Wr 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


S4 


N^ 


N' 


d-I 


OID 


II 


N' 


OAlbl- 


loa ui 


N^ 


N' 


JO 


N^ 


N' 


d 1 


ob/tniaj 


< iin 


ID 


N' 


D.i1 


mil 


NA 


N' 


][■» 


N^ 


N' 


d 1 


ai/juf\j 


1 llH 


^ ID 


N' 


lUH 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


ftl 


N^ 


N' 


3d 


■Hini ii» 1 


JIKihJ'"J 


anTflj 


< IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


Ik 


inm 


NA 


N' 


J9 


NA 


N' 


3 1 


DHD4I 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


IL 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


N' 


34 


IBHVI 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


7 ]- 


<oii i:j 


NA 


N' 


n 


NA 


N' 


ZD 


dUhmji 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


9S 


<D4» 


IJA 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


N' 


3'' 


D»HV! 


1 llH 


< Id Ul 


N' 


11 


<D4» 


I4A 


N' 


DT 


NA 


N' 


3? 


i7/ia*\! 


< llH 


^ ID 


N' 


TI 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


N' 


Zl 


D9/am! 


1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


B 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


N' 


L4 


orkoiv? 


< llH 


^ ID 


N' 


T J 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


■\9 


NA 


N' 


3 1 


aivLifi? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


D» 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


Si 


N^ 


N' 


>■ 1 


Mr3UO] 


m 


^ ID 


N' 


DH 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


4C 


NA 


N' 


41 


IB3IVJ 


UD 


^ ID 


N' 


T 1 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


N' 


4-1 


mB«j 


< kCO UJ 


< Id Ul 


N' 


T 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


-IF 


N^ 


N' 


■17 


lai^^j 


< IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


174 


i2 


ilia 


<DD1 


N' 


44d 




1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


7.27 


N' 


}D7 H 


'••0^ 


N' 


< IM 


< ID 


Nl 


NA 


tJA 


dl 


N' 


UHH 


iimi 


Nl 


Nl 


1 IM 


- ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


■fH 


N' 


SI p: 


-IhOl 


M 


N' 


IZiOiqi 


< IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


fjA 


dl 


N' 


S3 R 


^DDi 


N' 


N' 


«r?b.m 


< IM 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


XA 


ID 


N' 


D2R 


<DD1 


N' 


N' 


iirkv?m 


1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


tJA 


ID 


N' 


D2R 


<DD1 


N' 


N' 


Dizim 


< IM 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


97 


N' 


S7 R 


<DD1 


N' 


N' 


ii/tiv 


1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


db 


N' 


S^ R 


rODl 


N' 


N' 


(d lid 94 


< IM 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


jj^ 


d 1 


N' 


a,A 


N^ 


N' 


N' 



ElKerrdKr TUD^ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


twnm 


HlB|[ll]EH 


MrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N HI Ndrnr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


\rBly4Kal 

■1iII>rKl 






HP& m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
CIS3 ■■ 


E^on 


rtU 


EKHUL 


i:iiio» 
^''■■JIU'l 


PM'1I*<> 


irita J 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


awiL 


«^L 


mr^L 


nuVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■rl. 


JlCChJIIZ 


Oi/fHai 


uvo 


ff 


N' 


^DD^ 


^DIO 


HA 


N' 


IT 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


C£ID4I 


II4ID 


THO 


N' 


^OD^ 


<DU1 


HA 


N' 


II 


N^ 


H\ 


DU7 


IB/Km 


■4UD 


nm 


N' 


OH J- 


< Dm UJ 


HA 


N' 


94 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


orfinfii 


JQ4ID 


7 ID 


N' 


^OD^ 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


4' 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


iiv ilia J 


?i4in 


531 ] 


N' 


^OD^ 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


II 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


n/ai*\! 


34IID 


?Hl 


N' 


^OD^ 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


71 


NA 


H\ 


at 


ifi/oiia! 


miD 


I.IDO 


N' 


D-l 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


JDD 


N^ 


H\ 


0! 


ob/tma! 


l»ID 


i.aH 


N' 


D.ai 


D.DIJ 


NA 


N' 


J3I» 


NA 


H\ 


1 I 


ai/nio! 


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109 


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1 


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dir L1XI 1 


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1 ica 


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04 


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1 1 


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117 


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NA 


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7.91 


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9-1 


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73 


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71 


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Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


twnm 


MlB|[ll]EH 


Mrltau 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N HI Ndrnr 


mnto 1- nilniF 


CPf 


&UIDlh 


SBllUr 


TOC 


DmUval 


■labrKl 




^ij'rii^iih 


HS& m 


cncun 


CIS3 ■■ 


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rtU 




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PM'3I*<> 


irita J 




l^'J- 


MF^L 


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mp^TL 


nuVL 


01^ 


nuVL 


■11. 


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Lnnaudt 

DUP] 


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[70 


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1^1 


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34 


N^ 


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4'' 


ai/fm\i 


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LHD 


N' 


N^ 


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N^ 


N' 


N^ 


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so 


[70 


N' 


02 


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HA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


N' 


Jd 


LZTL-l'ai 


I.-I4ID 


3iD 


N' 


HA 


N"^ 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


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H\ 


QI-VfXU 


110 


aiQ 


N' 


D.m 


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HA 


N' 


37 


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T7 


(]l-?b41 


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NA 


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■TOO 


470 


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liA 


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3J 


NA 


H\ 


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LZiUMll 


incD 


L4H 


N' 


0.1b 


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NA 


H\ 


C4 


LZiaMll 


zaiD 


iia 


Nl 


D.I1 


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H\ 


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j^m 


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31 


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1 lOI 


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37 


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17 


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NA 


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77 


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33 


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1 1 


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1 im 


< ID 


N' 


77 


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NA 


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33 


NA 


H\ 


D^ 


l&lbQI 


< im 


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N' 


77 


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33 


NA 


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1 IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


7b 


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NA 


N' 


37 


NA 


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N' 


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NA 


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33 


N^ 


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D7 


nimui 


< IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


77 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


3^ 


NA 


H\ 


D3 


IMHVI 


1 im 


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N' 


77 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


U 


N^ 


H\ 


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I^HVI 


< IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


ZbbJ- 


<0I1 UJ 


NA 


N' 


3^ 


N^ 


H\ 


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1 im 


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N' 


41 


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4 1 


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47 


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31 


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41 


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77 


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N^ 


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31 


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< im 


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41 


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NA 


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Z7 


NA 


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la/nni 


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11 


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33 


NA 


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N^ 


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4 


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4 1 


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NA 


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N^ 


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LZTL'i'ai 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


47 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


30 


NA 


H\ 


07 


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< im 


^ ID 


N' 


4 1 


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MA 


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l»vkw 


< IIK] 


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N' 


33 


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HA 


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NA 


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0-1 


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< IIK] 


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N' 


47 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


30 


N^ 


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03 


L^ilkfll 


< IM 


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N' 


47 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


29 


N^ 


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0'' 


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34b J- 


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NA 


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NA 


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IX 


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33 


N^ 


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I^OIV? 


< ica 


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11 


<noi 


NA 


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NA 


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77 


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1 im 


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IH3IK]? 


< im 


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IX 


^nia 


NA 


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3^ 


NA 


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DU 


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IX 


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IX 


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Nl 


IX 


<Ci>4 


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3^ 


N^ 


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GUI 


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iw 


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47 


■-I3I4 


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Ml 


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J'lGWEDEL 


DV?bV} 


< IM 


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CEO 


NA 


N' 


34 


NA 


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07 


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1 IM 


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D.4H 


a \i 


NA 


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33 


NA 


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LZTL-I'UI 


< IM 


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D.7I 


\i 


NA 


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37 


N^ 


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07 


UHILKU 


1 IM 


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N' 


D^l 


a II 


N^ 


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34 


N^ 


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U1-27XU 


< IM 


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D.^1 


CM 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


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11 


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< IM 


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N' 


D.li 


an 


NA 


N' 


31 


NA 


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ni7 


H/aiH\J 


1 IM 


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1 1 


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IS 


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H\ 


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DJB 


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2sa 


NA 


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21 


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^07i UJ 


<0 2i Ml 


HA 


N' 


J7 


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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtlBU 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N HI -I'drnr 


Fillnv". 

minto 1- FCIIrMr 


CUP 


IiUlDlh 


SBllUr 


TOC 


DmUval 


■labrKl 




^J'ADI^ 


HP& m 


CKHUH 
C3^I.Il 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


rtH 


I^HDU 


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SM'II"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mrn. 


mwiL 


FDI^I. 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ni^ 


nid^L 


■11. 


■ 1.3. 


■rT. 




IUHlUhHI 3 


1 ICI 


ID 


N' 


(1 1 


•Kt 


N^ 


Ml 


" 


N^ 


N' 


07 




I'WilHli 


< IlkJ 


^ lU 


N' 


45 


^uia 


HA 


Ml 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


Q'' 


ai/H*\i 


KID 


^ lO 


N' 


^ 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


Z7 


NA 


H\ 


d J 


IZTLCOI 


1 iin 


^ lO 


N' 


J 1 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


31 


NA 


H\ 


01 


IBIIQI 


< im 


^ lU 


N' 


4S 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


D-14 


laifm 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


411 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


Z7 


NA 


H\ 


r 1 


ai/\i'*y 


< im 


^ lU 


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4H 


<nos 


IJA 


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B 


NA 


H\ 


01 


H/OWJ 


IW 


^ lU 


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4H 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


n 


NA 


H\ 


oa 


IB/KVJ 


l>LD 


^ ID 


N' 


4H 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


3[ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


IB/Km 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


4n 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


30 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 




<«C UJ 


■ IE 


N' 


1 1- 


<noi 


i 1- 


N' 


Z7 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


4b 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


j'Viy/KM 


'IVU1I} 


< IM 


< ID 


Nl 


Q? 


<D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


131 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


aivLva} 


1 ica 


- ID 


N' 


T 1 


^D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


I"] 


N^ 


H\ 


0^ 


L^TL-i'ai 


1 m 


^ ID 


N' 


J-l 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


ami 141 


1 IIH 


^ ID 


N' 


52 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


X 


N^ 


H\ 


D-17 


DV?b4I 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


Si 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


1 1 


D»IDQI 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


T 


<D4» 


hJA 


N' 


E3 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


iZiaMii 


IW 


^ ID 


N' 


J 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


49 


N^ 


H\ 


Ob 


(IHILMll 


IW 


^ ID 


N' 


^7bl- 


< D a ui 


N^ 


N' 


Ob 


NA 


H\ 


07 


urHUiXJi 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


7i 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


EI 


N^ 


H\ 


oa 


JVPIJI'VMW 

jisrirvcL 


ur-aixii 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


Ji^ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


N^ 


C£U«1 


-IDD 


^ ID 


N' 


D.3I 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


14 


N^ 


H\ 


9-J 


D12MU ' 


■ UHHI 


tr! 


N' 


HA 


fJA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


l!i4»VI 


I. an 


■I! 


N' 


l-l 


<nit 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


^'^ 


LZidvai 


iToa 


4D 


N' 


l-l 


<Ult 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


LZi'liXJ! 


lUHHl 


71 


N' 


IS 1- 


OH? 


IQ 1- 


N' 


SI." 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IIIMICkI 1 


HTPiaUDJIA 

yi:PDii2vi2.\ 

J^GWinOCL 

HIPIUUILA 
jVomODCL 


Iklllklll} 


IID 


^ ID 


<DDD1 


D.37 


<D4» 


MA 


N' 


31 


'UD4 Ul 


I 


a 


UIVLIUI 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


fj^ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


I.D 


LZi'llXJ! 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


JJ^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


I 


L2i(]V(l! 


ILD 


< ID 


Nl 


H\ 


V* 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


LZillMI! 


<iai 


^ ^ 


N' 


H\ 


^^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(mvaui! 


HD 


^ ID 


N' 


N\ 


x^ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 1 


ur-n^ii! 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


fJA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


47 


ai/ t-m\ J 


< lU 


< Jd Ul 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


^7 


H/Vr*\! 


ILD 


< Id Ul 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


3.^ 


ifi/ai*\! 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


OB 


tK/ai*\! 


< llH 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


or-aixj? 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


17 


ai/iiuM 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


ai/iin\! 


< lU 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


01/ 1110! 


isa 


^ ^ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


I4A 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ii/oiiai 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


r ■ 


IZOIfiJ 


< lU 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


izamj 


isa 


^ ^ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


IBBVJ 


no 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


Zd 


mi7V] 


JHt 


II 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


C 1 


Jt^yH L4IJ 


OliOI'd} 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


<DDI4 


D.%1 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


4:1 


^d&l Ul 


11 


^ 1 


aiVLKh 


1 ica 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


Ji^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1.7 


ti/ai/oj 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


Ji^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 
N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


i4 


03. t-}KI ! 


ISO 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


^■A 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


4'' 


< l«l 


< ID Ul 

< Id Ul 




NA 


HA 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


5 


ii/obm 


1 lU 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


^ 1 


DMHV? 


< ini 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


l-l 


ob/ia*\! 


IFD 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


0'' 


ob/ai*\! 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/tvo! 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


47 


ti/tyiiai 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Oif 


amzMXiJ 


IW 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


4 1 


ai/fnai 


ilD 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


^7 



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tap IDcri? 



Table \-l 
Otidaliua-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


twnm 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HfIIbu 


^'■iNIUllE 


N HI NdrHF 


mnto 1- nuniF 


CRF 


SulDllI 


SbIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■li:4l>rKl 




T{i'i\l\l'/ 


HSR JTi 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHOI 
CIS3 ■■ 


E^ion 


rtH 


i:nD.a 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JOJ'i 


5M'9I''» 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


■"'L 


ai/i. 


□H^L 


mr'L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ !■]- 


mwn. 


Hj'PD] 1 Jdl 1 ^ 

xjPDJinzi^ 
lUPiarni]^ 


OliOI'd} 


izaoa 


S.»0 


13 


^0 0^ 


^0>4 


N^ 


N' 


If 


'004 Ul 


■4 


a 1 


IZTkbOl 


■Bfloa 


T,?00 


Nl 


^0 0^ 


<0D1 


NA 


N' 


3 


N^ 


H\ 


oa 


4BIMH 1 


2ijnG 1 


law 


N' 


D.01 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


Dl 


N^ 


H\ 


029 


DVU^' 


lUHia 


a.»o 


N' 


^0 0^ 


<noi 


UA 


N' 


\t 


N^ 


H\ 


01? 


1H7XU 


lUICD 


EJIDO 


N' 


^0 0^ 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


IB 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


rZiDHXll 


lUHHl 


■Luro 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 1 


IBBVI 


ll-dCC 


4.100 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


liA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


J 


nrkwvi 


''bUQ 


l-tfO 


N' 


NA 


HA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


1 


ai/ein\j 


IT-ODD 


aiDO J 


Nl 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


0? 


ai/&<*\j 


ITADQ 


»0O J 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'\i/\«KI! 


■4.(IHi 


ilW 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ti/tiia! 


■4.(IIX] 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


02 


IMIH^Il 


IblHXl 


0.100 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


1 


l"i IHhll 1 


■4JHC 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


i-A 


M 


Ob 


Hi/ OKI! 


N^ 


ClSH 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/tvaz 


IIUHU 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DlVLMl? 


IIUHHi 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


\i/avi\i 


■i-oca 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


UA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


IJ 


ti/avai 


■4.000 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


["iQTfll 


■1.000 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


Od 


QKLH'aj 


■I.OHI 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


L? 


.ItiGVi/ \l'! 

jVgwidkl 
n:PDB iToi?.^ 


•IIWHrtM 


1 im 


^ lO 


N' 


■H 


^0>4 


NA 


N' 


l»' 


N^ 


H\ 


09 


iiiiaK]} 


IID 


1 la \Ji 


<D0I4 


3 


<0U1 


N^ 


N' 


J4D 


<UDI 


L-J 


i7 


oi/iam 


IW 


< JO Ul 


<UDI4 


1 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


J4D 


<DDI 


H 


H\ 


niiDK]} 


' wan 


< 10 u 


lonoo^E 


1.17 


lOillV 


NA 


N' 


J47 


0.O13 


IJ 


H\ 


IZTLAXU 


lU 


< ID 


N' 


IH 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


miiEzui 


< im 


14 


N' 


IH 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


OTI 


OlbEZ4I 


I4D 


^ lU 


N' 


3H 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(]l-?b4] 


IID 


^ 1" 


N' 


Itr 


<0U1 


NA 


N' 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


0A9 


dlVLKU 


1 IDO 


^ lU 


N' 


39 


IDII 


NA 


N' 


JQD 


N^ 


H\ 


IJ 


LZiO^XJ! 


3W 


^ lO 


N' 


4T 


<0>4 


N^ 


N' 


IQD 


N^ 


H\ 


i7 


IIH'L-III! 


?LD 


^ ID 


Nl 


3IEhJ- 


1011 UJ 


N^ 


N' 


IT!' 


N^ 


H\ 


31 


'Hi' \I"I ! 
•li/ tIKI J 

ti/arria! 


< llH 


' ID 


N' 


41 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


IT!' 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


IW 


< JO Ul 

< JO Ul 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


37 
^1 


N' 


HA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


09/iam 


100 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


14 


o^iam 


mo 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Od 


D»IH]? 


\-lD 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


37 


11/ami 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


1 


tn/jfiiai 


ym 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


I 


IIVLT'N 


3II> 


' ID 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


-iZ 


VIMe IL If^lH 1 n4 lim 1 


HTPDJITOIZA 
4KGWDICL 


ai/\'-/ai 


< im 


II 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


01 


ai/\trli\i 


1 im 


IJ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(miLiui 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


OU 


ai/fniy 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


01? 


ai/fniy 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Hi/ linn 


<1U 


T 1 


N' 


NA 


HA 


hJA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D»BVI 


< IIXI 


II I 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


V«G*Ui 


DIIZQ? 


1 IIK] 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 




< [00 LU 


IIE 1 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


H\ 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


3-1 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


14 tT 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Oil 


dH'LH^f 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


N^ 


-<A 


N^ 


3J7 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


79 


LI'L-m? 


N^ 


Nl 


N' 


H\ 


W 


N^ 


na 


N^ 


H\ 


oAl 

0b9 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


4-^> 


N^ 


H\ 


(UlILl?? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


497 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


ID 


UVLI^J 


TOD 


90 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


HA 


470 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


kl 


0117^7 


1 IDO 


I4.T 


N' 


NA 


HA 


I4A 


177 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


lb? 


IZrilVD 


in 


279 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


0?rt>»D 


< llH 


32.1 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


DUnVD 


< im 


ai.2 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DITD^D 


1 IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ll'3D?l 


< IDO 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


tfi/illi 


100 


10 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr 7110^ 



tofe llDl» 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


H D1 N'drUr 




CRP 


EulDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 




PA'iOID 


HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


I^U 


i:khul 


i:]iio» 
^''■■jiu'i 


SM'II"* 


irita J 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


JDpl. 


mi^L 


mr^L 


nuVL 


ru^ 


malL 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 


VKGhJi^l? 


ai/\tr*\i 


•: lai 


' 1" 


N' 


Ml 


XA 


HA 


N' 


Ml 


Ml 


N' 


ao 


iTHILMU 


'. ion 


< lO 


N' 


Ml 


fJA 


HA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


N' 


aa 


OUTXU 


'. im 


< ID 


N' 


N1 


HA 


HA 


N' 


NA 


N1 


N' 


4 7" 


DblUXll 


■r. IIK> 


< Id Ul 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


HA 


N' 


N1 


NA 


H\ 


^7 


D»IZ«? 


^ IIH 


< in 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


i 


DVirkQJ 


< ICQ UJ 


iia \Ji 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


i1 


ni/uvt 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


■in.! 


NA 


N1 


H\ 


T1 


ai/iiv\t 


N1 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


HIE 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


937 


iiva"^? 


< ion 


7D 


N' 


HA 


H\ 


NA 


■U.-! 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


1 IB 


uaiH^j 


1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


3IJ 


NA 


Ml 


H\ 


Q3> 


OUUVD 


< llH 


LI.I 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


D^nvD 


1 m 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


IIA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


<KIT!r}5 


< im 


10 


N' 


HA 


HA 


H\ 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


VKGhlUI 


aii\^>as 


< m 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


ZJ 


aiVLTIU 


< ICI 


' ID 


N' 


M 


W 


VI 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


1 J 


(IIVL^I? 


< lOI 


' ID 


Nl 


M 


W 


M 


H\ 


N1 


N1 


Nl 


ZJ 


aaiifl'' 


1 im 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


HA 


?IJ 3 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


9 14 


OI'L'F.qiE 


N1 


N' 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


HA 


IX 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


JDHEflJ^ 


airTD^B 


IQU 


HE 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


lb! 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


aom^si 


0110^7 


H? 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


IHI 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


t u 


VKG4"1 


ai/OrfM 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


NA 


H\ 


CEh 


autity 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


N1 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N1 


H\ 


CD 


Oi/fHO' 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


DH7 


ai/\«Ki! 


< IIH 


1 la \Ji 


N' 


H\ 


H\ 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


i\t 


ai/tiia! 


< IIK] 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


3! 


ai-LTXiJ 


lOD 1 


U I 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


Ml 


H\ 


LD 


ai/iiK'' 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


3HUI 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


lli 


airai^d 


< IIK] 


93.2 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


l-f 


N1 


NA 


H\ 


DTD 


Lirii?? 


1 im 


ars 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


4JZ 


NA 


N1 


H\ 


01 


(PHLl^J 


< im 


3IQ 


N' 


N1 


H\ 


NA 


-\t<» 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


ai 


UVLI^J 


< IM 


LID 


N' 


N1 


HA 


NA 


4>»l 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


D-l^ 


ai/f!'}-! 


1 IM 


33^ 


N' 


NA 


Hn 


NA 


m 


N1 


NA 


H\ 


1 1? 


LZTLI^D 


< IM 


a»3 


N' 


N1 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


H\ 


Lirm^i 


1 IM 


LID 


N' 


H\ 


H\ 


N1 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


V^Ghl'Ul 


QI'L'f.^} 


IVt 


L4M 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


N1 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


d J 


UmLLIU 


N1 


Nl 


N' 


NA 


HA 


Ml 


Ml 


Ml 


Ml 


H\ 


D II 


ni/fmu 


< lOI 


» 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N1 


M 


Ml 


Ml 


H\ 


1 J 




1 IM 


-U ] 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


^ 1 


< IM 


£■ 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


1 


ai-LTXii 


< Lca uj 


]| 3 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


l-l 


aaiis'' 


N1 


N' 


N' 


N1 


HA 


NA 


]Q!A 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


DUD 


ai/ii'}\t 


N1 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


311 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


DUE 


H/LIVI 


N1 


N' 


N' 


N1 


HA 


IJA 


4JD 


NA 


N1 


H\ 


D-I 


aniii 


< IM 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


411 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


DID 


aa[7^7 


1 IM 


3I.T 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


IHZ 


NA 


N1 


H\ 


114 


tzTEiva 


< IM 


^7.3 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


H\ 


iHnm 


un iiEi 


EU 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


orkDi^rt 


r IM 


31A 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


aivai^b 


< IM 


31.3 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


Lirni?} 


1 IM 


37 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N1 


Ml 


H\ 


H\ 


<niT!H5 


im 


rr 


N' 


NA 


HA 


MA 


N' 


N1 


N1 


H\ 


H\ 


lBhcH«4DDtlurbril 1m J | 


BB3G^' MID 

IAIP0322ViJ\ 


li/jj/ai 


< IM 


< ID 


N' 


T-l 


■iDIO 


NA 


N' 


H 


N1 


H\ 


0! 


anTina 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


1! 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


4P 


N1 


H\ 


H\ 


anTi/as 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


\2 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


47 


Ml 


H\ 


01 


LZTL-l'ai 


1 IM 


^ ID 


N' 


7 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


» 


N1 


H\ 


i' 


BB3a4 IDi 


dirUX]} 


3 ED 


^ ID 


N' 


IT 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


93 


N1 


H\ 


CI 


BB3PZJDI 




?4D 


^ ID 


N' 


U 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


Tb 


N1 


H\ 


1 1 


UD 


*ia 


Nl 


IT 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


B9 


N1 


H\ 


i\t 


BBBWIDD 


anTina 


E9D 


2ID 


Nl 


1 ? 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


)n 


Ml 


H\ 


1.} 


BBQ^'L4»J 
(ThMjJi 


aniAfas 


ITD 


m 


N' 


E9 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


31 


NA 


H\ 


i1 


aniAna 


ID-ODQ 


UD 


N' 


El 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


3L 


NA 


H\ 


i1 


atiitfas 


1 IM 


4D 


N' 


E7 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


33 


N1 


H\ 


J 1? 


ailTl/05 


ILD 


bl 


N' 


t I 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


3fi 


N1 


H\ 


4'' 



ElKerrdKr TUD^ 



rBge noiio 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


Mrltau 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 


mnto 1- nuniF 


CRF 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


D^^Hvol 
OtJUen 


■labrKl 






HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C3^I.2I 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:no.a 


1:11 10» 

^''■■JDJ'i 


PM"II*<> 


irita J 




l^'J- 


MF^L 


JDI'L 


lOI^L 


mp^TL 


nuVL 


ru^ 


nid^L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 


BBEWIOl 
,T,||J|| 


dl-U'a} 


' irxm 


40 


N' 


47 


^D4HU 


HA 


Ml 


SI 


N^ 


N' 


^■f 


di-u'ai 


iVKl 


^ ID 


N' 


47 


<DU) 


HA 


N' 


SI 


NA 


H\ 


S't 


OI'L-I'dl 


lUHn 




N' 


SI 


<UI1 


HA 


N' 


X 


NA 


H\ 


sm 


ai/iina 


IfiD 


^ ID 


N' 


sx 


<noi 


HA 


H\ 


3C 


HA 


H\ 


sa 


tl/fHO' 


< im 


THQ 


N' 


IS 


<nii 


NA 


H\ 


TT 


HA 


H\ 


C7 


.■HinEi 


1 


DUPDJIJOI!^ 
D.ICO'ADKL 


(]]'L'h«} 


IJD 


11 


N' 


Offf 


•zDm 


HA 


N' 


J ID 


HA 


H\ 


C ■ 


aivLixu 


XID 


4^ 


N' 


DAH 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


J ID 


NA 


H\ 


c 


ai/tiio' 


7ID 


AJ 


N' 


D.T3 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


J ID 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/nity 


<1«1 


4D 


N' 


DBb 


<noi 


DUD 


N' 


J ID 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


iHvahii' 


^11 


37 


Nl 


D.TJ 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


JS» 


N^ 


H\ 


ail 


aivLLH:!? 


|-|| 1 


£■ 


N' 


DU 


^l3>4 


N^ 


N' 


JS» 


N^ 


H\ 


d-i 


LZiOI'U? 


7Ln 


1" 


Nl 


ntr 


<l3>4 


N^ 


Ml 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


n 

L J 


QV/VVa! 


IUI> 


< ll» 


N' 


nb 


^D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


JCt 


:-A 


M 


ob/oiia! 


3LD 


7& 


N' 


0.2) 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


JDD 


N^ 


H\ 


21 


DIIZQ? 


\SD 


^ ID 


N' 


D.'-l 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


lan 


N^ 


H\ 


21 


IZDMIJ 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


D.4J 1 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


J4D 


N^ 


H\ 


L-l 


4BS«] 


JID 


^ ID 


N' 


D.J4 


<UI1 


NA 


N' 


JS4» 


N^ 


H\ 


21 


aVLTVJ 


XID 1 


< Id Ul 


N' 


D.3b 


<DU) 


NA 


N' 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


H 


UHT^'' 


< IIK] 


92.3 


N' 


NA 


XA 


I.C7 


314 


rci 


N^ 


H\ 


n II 


UZTim'' 


< im 


■ii-i 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


DD4I1 


UII.L 


■ID 


N^ 


H\ 


D2IE 


LiriA.^IE 


1 im 


32.1 


N' 


NA 


tJ^ 


OTSJ 


HD 


?s» 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ID 


aauvB 


< im 


31.2 


N' 


NA 


H\ 


I.2D 


J3LL 


?T4 


N^ 


H\ 


D ID 


DbH^B 


< im 


77 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


1 


3I»J 


UD 


N^ 


H\ 


D-IZ 


DUIJ^B 


1 IIK> 


[■□ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 2 


1117 


sm 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 


LirL4>?7 


< iin 


U> 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


J 2 


3IIJ 


?s» 


N^ 


H\ 


Oi 


dlllLI?? 


1 ica 


U 


N' 


NA 


HA 


J i 


41? 


HID 


NA 


H\ 


DUJ 


dl-Liq? 


1 im 


2D 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


1 2 


3H 


S4» 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


ai/iini 


< ica 


L4EI 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 


P) 


?S» 


N^ 


H\ 


DOE 


rZiDl^D 


1 IDU 


2D 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


i 3 


N' 


?ID 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(Hai.qD 


< im 


4D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


J-l 


N' 


I4>» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'IVUf-lt 


1 lOI 


4D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


J 1 


Ml 


3V» 


■i^ 


Nl 


H\ 




' L1V L 


^7 


N' 


D.TJ 


Oli 


N^ 


Ml 


JT2 


:-A 


M 


H\ 


1 IDU 


47 


N' 


D.TI 


73 


NA 


N' 


J9I 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


' L4ID U 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


Db 


N' 


sm 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


CABiWai 


ai/\tr*\i 


IID 


\t<O0 


N' 


1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


D3 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


ai/fnai 


IW 


' ID 


N' 


1 1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


maHii 


-i:iD 


a 


N' 


IS 


<nos 


IJA 


N' 


E2 


N^ 


H\ 


2 


D^IIV! 


\-<D 1 


M 


N' 


3 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


7i 


NA 


H\ 


0^ 


IZiOKl? 


m 


f 


N' 


2J 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


QT 


N^ 


H\ 


2IE 


'WillMl? 


1 im 


ij 


N' 


2J 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


CB 


'irHi4<]? 


I9D 


f 


N' 


32 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


Q> 


N^ 


H\ 


24 


ai'izx]? 


m 


21 


N' 


47 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


TO 


N^ 


H\ 


3? 


DUr l?D3l»]LB 


tl/ZMKIi 


1 IIK> 


ID 


N' 


J) 1 


<OI1 UJ 


NA 


N' 


D3 


N^ 


H\ 


NU 


ti/avai 


< IIH 


17 


N' 


lb 1 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


D2 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


tpuj^iai 


IW 


1 T 


N' 


J ]. 


<0I1 T 


NA 


N' 


DO 


NA 


H\ 


2B 


•li/fnai 


\g\! 1 


2J 3 


N' 


31 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


S7 


NA 


H\ 


C 1 


anT^'' 


|]!4 


22.4 


N' 


NA 


HA 


l.TJ 


34? 


H 


NA 


H\ 


TO^ 


ai/tiv 


Idl 


VfJI 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


7. LIE 


177 Jl 


4P 


N^ 


H\ 


■/ ! 


H/\trV\t 


l-f 


2UI 


N' 


NA 


HA 


14 If 


J 11.2 


4D 


NA 


H\ 


QUI 


•PULi'ia 


1 m 


bID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


1.91 


i^; 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


lara 


OfL-mj 


< im 


17 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


ib 


37 J 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 


nini^f 


< lOI 


ID 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


J^IIIM 


JIM. 


■"Qt' 


N^ 


H\ 


at-j 


L ir LU>J7 


1 im 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 1 


liJJ 


Ml 


N^ 


H\ 


TH7 
DUJ 


IB 1197 


< im 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


J i 


4"4 


32 


N^ 


H\ 


l»l»7 


1 IIK> 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


JH 


3110 


J7 


N^ 


H\ 


DT? 


oi/imi 


< im 


ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


2 


37 


D3 


N^ 


H\ 


DHZ 


LZidlSD 


< llH 


2D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


3 


N' 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


mw^M^D 


1 iin 


» 


N' 


HA 


HA 


l-l 


N' 


4:1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IHi' LII^D 


< im 


40 


N' 


NA 


HA 


11 


N' 


4C 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


U]iU7?D 


' I4ID i: 


a 


N' 


7.0b 


HA 


NA 


N' 


4^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


LZTLI?} 


< llH 


22 


N' 


2 


HA 


NA 


N' 


31 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


o^ni?} 


TQUn 


7D 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


T 1 


N' 


44 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Lli(l^?4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


ZAh 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


m? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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Table \-l 
Otidaliua-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrllBU 


^'■iNIUllE 


N D1 N'drUr 


mnto 1- nilniF 


CRF 


&UIDlh 


SBllUr 


TOC 


DmUval 


■1iII>rKl 




PA'iOID 


HSR m 


CKHUH 
C3^I.Il 


PIS3 ■■ 


E^ion 


rtH 


i:nD.a 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JDJ'i 


PM"II*<> 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


malL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■ IT. 


DUPD3IB]!I^ 


ai/\tili\i 


?LU 


■I 


N' 


IH 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


J ID 


N^ 


N' 


ai 


ai/\tr*\i 


?3D 


II 


N' 


IH 


<DU1 


NA 


N' 


J34» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/niai 


ilD 


ID 


N' 


1 I 


<DD1 


MA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


tputiiaj 


4U 


IJ 


N' 


DU 


<D4» 


UA 


N' 


J4>» 


N^ 


H\ 


CD 


IIVLMII 


IQD 1 


IJ 


N' 


1 1 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


J3D 


N^ 


H\ 


n 


tZiOI'd? 


rm 


^ lO 


N' 


1 1 


<DD1 


HA 


N' 


J34» 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


IHrt>H]? 


IID 


ID 


N' 


1 1 


•iUta 


liA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


L 1 


nrkoiv? 


3W 


1 1 


N' 


14 


•iUta 


HA 


N' 


J4D 


NA 


H\ 


iJ 


(]Trrz«? 


3 ID 


IJ 


N' 


1 


•iUta 


HA 


N' 


]»» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


aiTEZ^]? 


3m 


IJ 


N' 


1 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


ti 


LZiaMlJ 


< IHII 


II 


Nl 


D.ri 1 


•i oil VI 


N^ 


N' 


IV 


N^ 


H\ 


L? 


-UD 


- ID 


N' 


D.9I 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


JQ4» 


N^ 


H\ 


at 


'IVLT'N 


2^\< 1 


< IC Ul 


Nl 


DU 


iClll 


N^ 


Ml 


l»' 


N^ 


Nl 


3! 


IIVLH'J'' 


1 l«l 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


y\ 


■- I 13 1 1L4J 


iiiJ 7 


Jill 


i-A 


M 


D 17 


dl'Ll?'' 


1 inm 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


f\ 


J. 14 


IIIJI 


J4D 


N^ 


H\ 


1 74 


LiriT^IE 


< IIK> 


LI.? 


N' 


HA 


^A 


l.iO 


Ul.l 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


Dll 


mi'VIE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


I.T7JJIJI 


]>I4.^ 


'ii 


N^ 


H\ 


DII7 


Dbl^.qiE 


1 lOOJ 


II 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 


3IJ 


IID 


N^ 


H\ 


DI7 


airimiE 


< iin 


ID 


N' 


HA 


H\ 


nam 


374 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


D J7 


Lini?? 


1 llH 


' ID 


N' 


HA 


^A 


1H 


4UI 


J3D 


N^ 


H\ 


nta 


OBItZ?? 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1 7 


-41 


J3D 


N^ 


H\ 


ntri 


D^HV? 


< IIK> 


ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1 7 


4IJ 


91 


N^ 


H\ 


Dl? 


D^im? 


30D 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


I 


a 


]ID 


N^ 


H\ 


DM 


IMirk^D 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


1.3 fJMl 


N' 


J34» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IBB^D 


< ica 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


IH 


N' 


!»• 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IH3D?D 


1 m 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


H\ 


Hr 


N' 


If 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DMIb^b 


' I4ID U 


1 T 


N' 


!A1 


HA 


NA 


N' 


JQ] 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


LZTLI?} 


1 im 


rr 


N' 


14 


HA 


NA 


N' 


IJ-S 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


OVrEZ?} 


^ I4ID U 


f 


N' 


NA 


HA 


14 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


L 11(111^4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


1.^1 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


J 3] 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


LlidZ?? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


Jt- 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 




aiVLAX]} 


1 ICt\ 


I4EI 


Nl 


^1D^ 


<D>4 


HA 


Ml 


7H 
7H 


N^ 


H\ 


ai 


aiVLIXU 


IID 


I1IM 


N' 


^UD^ 


^D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


H\ 


U-l 




sm 


^ ID 


N' 


'.aai 


iClll 


N^ 


N' 


7 7 


N^ 


H\ 


a 


■ IK UJ 


]>I0 


N' 


'.aa^ 


^D>4 


NA 


N' 


7 I 


N^ 


H\ 


1 1 


IZOIV? 


im 


310 


N' 


'.aai 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


t2 


N^ 


H\ 


CB 


IHrt>M]? 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


D.II 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


dl 


N^ 


H\ 


09 


dUhv? 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


D.II 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


lEl 


N^ 


H\ 


i? 


D»IZV? 


lOD 


Uf] 


N' 


Doir 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


d7 


NA 


H\ 


1 


IZDIVJ 


1 iDa 


[U 


N' 


DD3II 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


'H 


N^ 


H\ 


LI 


04910] 


I9D 


^ ID 


N' 


OOb 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


\lb 


NA 


H\ 


14 


dl-LTXlJ 


IID 1 


liO \JI 


N' 


DO II 


^DIO 


IJA 


N' 


d4 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


dl-LTXJJ 


IID 1 


liO \JI 


N' 


DdlJ 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


d] 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


(IV [7^'' 


aoD 


VJ 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


DD17 


734.9 


<Ki 


N^ 


H\ 


3 1? 


aai^FI'' 


mu 


Oil 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D-lffl 


7IA.3 


lH 


N^ 


H\ 


("•' 


Liri'hqj 


TIJ 


ll'lfl 


N' 


NA 


HA 


I.I7 


II. 1 


II 


N^ 


H\ 


3 'i Ills, 
09 


amL-miE 


< im 


V<D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


DDHZ 


71.1 


J31 


N^ 


H\ 


OfL-miE 


1 lOI 


47 


N' 


NA 


H\ 


UD17 


3U 


<ID 


N^ 


H\ 


3a 


airiiviE 


< im 


lUJ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D.3IJ 101 


317 


Id 


N^ 


H\ 


1 IJ 


LiriO.?? 


no 


9 ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


<DI 


-141 


9 


N^ 


H\ 


nta 


UHILIV? 


1 lEKI 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


DI 


414 


111 


NA 


H\ 


m 


UKLIV? 


< lU 


[ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.U 


3» 


9t 


N^ 


H\ 


in: 


laiimi 


< |[K> 


I7D 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D.II 


141 


97 


NA 


H\ 


Obi 


11/obva 


< lU 


lUJ 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


DI 


N' 


II 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


iB/sva 


< IDD 


JD 


N' 


NA 


HJi 


D.I7 


H\ 


13 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


l»3DqD 


1 l[K> 


IID 


N' 


NA 


HJi 


^DD^ 


H\ 


13 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


DMirk^D 


' [4in i: 


41 


N' 


D.lb 


HA 


NA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


1^1 im 


1 ica 


CI4 


N' 


D.I4 


HA 


NA 


N' 


\S 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


«rizm 


' [4ID i: 


IID 


N' 


N^ 


^A 


D.I4 


N' 


lis 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'Vlidi.^l 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


D.3D] 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr lUD^ 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkM 


Dife 


rnM 


H IBlIlllEH 1 H rtiB BE 


^'■iNIUllE 


N HI NdrHF 




CRF 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


DnHvol 


■1iII>rKl 




^ij'rii^iih 


HS& ni 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


I^KHUL 


HMKll'/ 


ShJ"""* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


awiL 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mwn. 


DUPD3l7ai]A 


aiVLUX]} 


UD 


ID 


N' 


'QD^ 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


in 


N^ 


N' 


ai 


dlVLTUI 


< iin 


Id 


N' 


D.U 


<DU1 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


NA 


N' 


H\ 


Oi/fHO' 


IW 


4D 


N' 


D.29 


<D4» 


MA 


N' 


1^ 


NA 


N' 


022 


/M/ ilia J 


1 im 


< Id Ul 


N' 


^aoi 


•iUta 


UA 


H\ 


13 


NA 


N' 


1 71 


(llVLIfi? 


lOD 


^ lO 


N' 


OAi 


•iUta 


N^ 


N' 


111 


N^ 


N' 


2 


aiw\«v 


< IIK> 


E4».l 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


D-l-14 


>ll^ 


19 


NA 


N' 


Q7D 


•li/tiv 


1 m 


31 »^ 


N' 


n\ 


HA 


D.2I 


737.9 


M 


N^ 


N' 


1 J7 


'VI'LI^IE 


< im 


iJD 


N' 


NA 


HA 


lODi 


la 


34 


NA 


N' 


D7I 


airi-miE 


1 im 


' lU 


N' 


HA 


HA 


ITfilt) 


N' 


Z7 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


izriz?? 


< IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


D.TJ 


4ID 


31 


N^ 


N' 


4UI 




IdU 


LID 


Nl 


H\ 


HA 


D.IJ 


74 


H 


N^ 


N' 


D91 


QID 


US 


N' 


'0 0^ 


HA 


UA 


N' 


33 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


izru?} 


r im 


< ID 


N' 


IH 


HA 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


□daim 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


lO-i 


HA 


NA 


N' 


4131 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


CADiWOS 


i^iraixu 


7ID 


iia 


N' 


^aoi 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


JS4» 


N^ 


N' 


3 1 


DIVLTQI 


iia 


iX 


N' 


^DD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


IS4» 


N^ 


N' 


D7 


I^K«I 


4 ID 


^ID 


N' 


D^7 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


l»» 


N^ 


N' 


D J 


D»I9QI 


ISO 


490 1 


N' 


^aoi 


<noi 


UA 


N' 


!»• 


N^ 


N' 


D ■ 


\i/a^rf\! 


im 


tJD 


N' 


0.9f 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


09 


N^ 


N' 


D 1 


o^/'yiia! 


< IIH 


4m 


N' 


0.31 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


I3I» 


N^ 


N' 


m 


a^oiiv! 


3aD 


^U 


N' 


^aoi 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


IQD 


N^ 


N' 


14 


D»IIV> 


KID 


4ia 


N' 


^DD^ 


<nos 


UA 


N' 


ITD 


N^ 


N' 


DD 


III3DVJ 


II4ID 


3Z 


N' 


■-I 


<nos 


N^ 


N' 


S 


N^ 


N' 


1 d 


iasn\i 


3riD 


IHEl 


N' 


l-l 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


If 


N^ 


N' 


2 


D«irkQ] 


4TD 


2ID 


N' 


DDb 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


I4D 


N^ 


N' 


39 


D^BV^ 


< im 


ail 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.2I 


Ul.^ 


7i 


N^ 


N' 


Dl 


DQirkq^ 


< IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1.U 


101.3 


1ID 


NA 


N' 


DUI 


lin??!! 


1 im 


ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.3I 


BII.T 


« 


NA 


Nl 


1 }D 


milLT^IE 


< IIK> 


7D 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


^QD^ 


733.T 


S3 


N^ 


N' 


D/^7 


(Ltimf 


< im 


71 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


'ODi 


414 


Si 


N^ 


N' 


D77 


ciiri-mj 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


N^ 


JJA 


ina 


S! 


91 


N^ 


N' 


DUB 


llnl?? 


r im 


ID 


Nl 


HA 


HA 


D-l 


449 


Sfi 


N^ 


N' 


1 11 


lJlll[i"J7 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


^DD^ 


4T7 


77 


N^ 


N' 


1 i 




r im 


DD 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


D.U 


441 


94 


N^ 


N' 


D39 
D29 


< IIK> 


U 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


oat 


lOI 


IDD 


N^ 


N' 


jZiorkvD 


1 im 


< ID 


Nl 


HA 


HA 


D.EIE 


N' 


If 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


I^B^b 


< im 


AD 


N' 


HA 


HA 


oxa 


N' 


'm 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


DUnvD 


1 im 


ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


DAE 


N' 


IT!' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


DM>7qD 


' I4ID U 


ID 


N' 


'OOi 


HA 


NA 


N' 


731 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


IZTU^l 


1 iin 


ID 


N' 


UOI 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


94 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


[Wrii^J 


' I4ID U 


£■ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


02 


N' 


ITD 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


□4i(]].?l 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


lO-i 


HA 


NA 


N' 


lai 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


D.-Uil^ Id J 


ai-VF^]} 


3ID 


270 


N' 


■cOOS 


<noi 


MA 


N' 


ICIt 


N^ 


N' 


D 1 


ai/\tr*\i 


37D 


ID 


N' 


OjW 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


IDD 


N^ 


N' 


D 1 


IZTLKU 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


N' 


NU 


I7I1IIZ41 


3W 


L7D 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


N' 


Da 


Cii.!7<U 


4TD 


SD 


N' 


•i.n 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


IDI» 


N^ 


N' 


1 7 


HIT LI VI 


S7D 


u 


N' 


1 7 


31 


NA 


N' 


IID 


N^ 


N' 


D 1 


i^aHii 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


11 


IKi 


NA 


N' 


I3I» 


N^ 


N' 


DD 


Drk4»<]! 


3riD 


■VS} 


N' 


1 ] 


^nia 


NA 


N' 


!»• 


N^ 


N' 


Dd 


I^lrllul 


4TD 1 


4Ul 


N' 


'.aai 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


If 


N^ 


N' 


1 


DACGI^ Id? 


CiVVfX]} 
Ol'L'hll} 


37D 


■- ID 


N' 


••.ii 


'Dll 


NA 


N' 


!>•• 


N^ 


N' 


1 1 


J^ll 


n- I1» 


Nl 


•1.12 


■-Cilrt 


N^ 


N' 


3?lh 


■i^ 


Nl 


1 


JILi 


n- ll» 


N' 


D.ai 


n-OlhS 


N^ 


N' 


HAI 


:-A 


M 


(Id 
37 


(iHILZUI 


4TD 


< ID 


N' 


D.37 


^uia 


NA 


N' 


SI' 


N^ 


N' 


£ii.!7<U 


»D 


< ID 


N' 


D.39 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


I3D 


N^ 


N' 


31 


(ilVLlUI 


SID 


< ID 


N' 


D^7 


'0 1 


NA 


N' 


DU 


N^ 


N' 


1 ! 


IZiOI'd! 


T!D 


4IE 


N' 


DAI 


'0 1 


NA 


N' 


?QD 


N^ 


N' 


Dd 


IIBI9«I 


131 ID 


I3D 


N' 


CI 1- 


<□ 1 II] 


N^ 


N' 


4 ID 


N^ 


N' 


1 D 


nrkoKii 


39D 


IJD 


N' 


1 


<Da 


N^ 


N' 


I4D 


N^ 


N' 


2 


otEnn? 


JID 1 


^ICi 


N' 


D.Vf 


'0 1 


N^ 


N' 


!JI' 


N^ 


N' 


3-4 



ElKerrdKr 3UD^ 



tOffi »Dl» 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtUu 


^'■iNIUllE 


N D1 N'drUr 


FCJbDpB. 


CBt 


SulDlb 


^□llUr 


TOD 




AralyJKal 
■labrKl 


ZI^CIJC 




HP& m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PIS3 ■■ 
S^A^OIO 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


r.jaoai 


^''■■JDJ'i 


PM'9I*<I 


irita J 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


JEtL 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 


DIIPD3 17(111^ 
D^COWJDJCL 

DUPiriHUZ^ 
DAECWIDICL 

DUFDHJ I4UIB 
D ^IX,* id ICL 

DUPUHEailA 
DAECWIDICL 

□ UFDIJDIUIB 
D^ni*]CilCL 

DUPIHMd]!^ 
DACCA JDICL 

DUFIin]^»l3B 
D^CO*]CilCL 

DU PCfMII]) ^ 
D^ni*]CilCL 

D\IP03IKSJ\ 
DACCA IDICL 


•l1W3r*\i 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


J 1 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


TO 


N^ 


Nl 


a 


ai/fm\i 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


39 


<DU} 


NA 


N' 


Tl 


N^ 


Nl 


Cd 


ai/fnai 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


39 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


ta 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


oi/fnai 


^ Kiau 


1 JDU 


N' 


4A9 


<D 1 U 


N^ 


N' 


re 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


ti/tny 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


4! 


<DU} 


NA 


N' 


T! 


N^ 


Nl 


tr 


ti/tny 


ILD 


^ ID 


N' 


4! 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


It 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


ti/tny 


^ roau 


1 JDi: 


N' 


NA 


JJA 


4.14 


N' 


71 d 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


ami 141 


< ica 


^ ID 


N' 


39 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


TO 


NA 


Nl 


09" 


ami 141 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


39 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


09 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


01111141 


< ID 


Ml 


N' 


NA 


JJ^ 


3 3 J- 


N' 


Ob 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


uvatui 


1 IIXl 


' ID 


NA 


IB 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


T! 


N^ 


Nl 


4B 


dvai^u 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


IB 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


T3 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


(ivauu 


El^ll 


n- •; 


NA 


39 


<D>4 


39 


Nl 


74 D 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


dlVL^UU 


ILI^ 


■ ID 


NA 


4 


^D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


T7 


i-\ 


M 


IB 


dlVL^XU 


lin 


^ ID 


N' 


>■ 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


TT 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


dlVL^XU 


^mi 


i ^ 


N' 


d 


OHU 


4 1 tlT-DJ 


N' 


Tl 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


LZiOI'dl 


I4D 


^ ID 


N' 


J 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


T! 


N^ 


Nl 


3d 


LZiOI'dl 


\JD 


^ ID 


N' 


4 1 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


T! 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


IZiOI'dl 


<1IKI 


^ ^ 


N' 


4.} J- 


<D4» 


4.1 J- 


N' 


717 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


mKiaj 


ito 


^ ID 


N' 


19 1- 


^DIO UJ 


NA 


N' 


39 


N^ 


Nl 


1" 


tm9n\j 


110 


^ ID 


N' 


39 1- 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


N' 


91 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


(HbLVXIl 


mc ur 


^ ^ 


N' 


4.3 J- 


<D4» 


4.3 J- 


N' 


TO 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


or-oi'di 


< ID3 


^ ID 


N' 


4! 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


TH 


NA 


Nl 


4B 


UbiOI'dl 


1 lU 


^ ID 


N' 


4! 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


TH 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


or-oi'di 


<llH 


^ ^ 


N' 


4.1 J- 


<noi 


4 1 lET-EMI- 


N' 


Ql 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


(iTrri«i 


IFD 1 


^ ID 


N' 


4! 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


T6 


N^ 


Nl 


C 1 


dlTLIXII 


r ICQ LU 


^ ID 


N' 


43 


<noi 


UA 


N' 


T! 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


dlTMII 


ooa 


^ ^ 


N' 


IB 


DUE! J- 


19 


N' 


QT 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


liriKI? 


4KICD 


''SI 1- 


N' 


H\ 


JJ^ 


NA 


N' 


T4 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


D-CCI^ l(U 
DUPrUIVI^A 
DACCA IDICL 

DU PCS ■'•All A 


dVTbfi} 


< ID3 


^ ID 


N' 


'OD^ 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


Ifi 


N^ 


Nl 


at 


QI-VfXII 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


^OD^ 


<DU} 


N^ 


N' 


Tfi 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


UVVfXI} 


' LIIDll 


< IDU 


Nl 


1 


i 1 1: 


N^ 


Nl 


7^ 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


dlVLAXI} 


IID 


- ID 


N' 


D-Ob 


^D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


14 


N^ 


Nl 


1 




< IDI 


3<D 


N' 


0X1 


^DIO 


N^ 


Nl 


11 


N^ 


Nl 


0'' 


< im 


11 D 


N' 


EUll 


^D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


10 


N^ 


Nl 


D3Z 


aV!7<U 


IID 


LID 


N' 


0X1 


<D4» 


NA 


Nl 


IE 


N^ 


Nl 


l-l 


dlVLKU 


1 im 


4J 


N' 


'OD^ 


^DIO 


NA 


Nl 


II 


N^ 


Nl 


OB 


LZiOI'dl 


I4D 


7J 


N' 


0.ti 


<D4» 


NA 


Nl 


II 


NA 


Nl 


09 


(hlLIXII 


Z» 


4IE 


N' 


ODT 1- 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


Nl 


\i 


NA 


Nl 


Ob 


011119X11 


SID 


31D 


N' 


^DEU \Jt 


<D4» UJ 


NA 


Nl 


II 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


ob-oi'ai 


1 im 


IMD 


N' 


D.(9 


<D4» 


NA 


Nl 


\i 


NA 


Nl 


E 1 


miiuM 


IID 1 


19 D 


N' 


^OD^ 


<D4» 


NA 


Nl 


\i 


N^ 


Nl 


IB 


iitam 


Ln<NH 


J»D 3- 


N' 


NA 


JJA 


NA 


Nl 


■\^ 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


D^CSPD3 
DUF 1 LS4»J 


D»Um 


ll-ODD 


f 


N' 


lb 


<D>4 


NA 


Nl 


■f J 


N^ 


Nl 


9B 


oi/mai 


3^n 


1» 


N' 


NA 


fj^ 


NA 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


ti/jiiiai 


J L4I0 


IJ 


N' 


1 


^DIO 


NA 


Nl 


7H 


NA 


Nl 


Nl 


tl/JiUM 


HD 


17 


N' 


1 


<D>4 


HA 


Nl 


7H 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


P<LTDVBia R<kuf aim 1 


luiminH LI>i&N4l] 


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1117^1 A Jill 


"l/HTiKli 


< l«l 


^ ID 


N' 


D.1] 


■"OlkS 


NA 


Nl 


i 1 


'Om Ul 


M 


1 J 


IIIVLIIU 


l(H> 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


Ji^ 


N^ 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


If 


ICDIU'AICI 

HJPD^JDflllB 
lOdlU 'A Id ICL 


(IVVh^} 


I'T.oro 


IDD 


U 


'OD^ 


<D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


Ills 
<D1 


<UD4 


a 


1 


0V7MI} 


ffUXl 


11 Ki 


1 13 


i '1 11^ 


<D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


^DDI 
D.I4J- 


M 


Nl 


OKVfXI} 


l7.7LiO 


■J^l 


1 111 


'0 lU 


i 1 U 


N^ 


Nl 


1 1 U 


JIT 


Nl 


OIV^MXI} 


I'r.oHi 


130 


1} 


^OD^ 


<UI1 


NA 


Nl 


D.9II 


DtD 


11 


0? 


iai7<u 


ll-OHi 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


XA 


NA 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


1 


OHILIXU 


4. 01 ID 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


JJ^ 


N^ 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


0? 


laavif^iai 


oi-u'a} 


iiO 


UD 


i5 


oai 


^D>4 


N^ 


Nl 


31 


34 


1 T 


1 1 


oi/j^iai 


37D 


UD 


1} 


02 


<D>4 


NA 


Nl 


33 


D IJ 


H 1 


1 


ti/tny 


S7D 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


X^ 


NA 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


0? 


OHVLIUI 


nn 


N' 


N' 


N\ 


X^ 


N^ 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


nz 


n^m'AKiA 


(411X1} 


injHC 


ViO 


N' 


'10^ 


■-Ci'kJ 


N^ 


Nl 


4'i 


■ DClI 


Nl 


lid 


irOviiivi'iB 


'kin 111} 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


49 


■"OlfS 


N^ 


Nl 


07 


^DD4 


Nl 


1^ 


ll'i"lJ ]l A 


Iklalm 


< lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


3 9 


■-CilfS 


N^ 


Nl 


ill 


^DD4 


Nl 


i: 


ILIiSTill' J LB 


inriiii} 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


3t- 


■-CilfS 


N^ 


Nl 


Si 


rDDI 


Nl 


11 


ai/tnim 


< lOI 


N' 


N' 


N\ 


x^ 


HA 


Nl 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


I9J 



artenbaHIOi 



tafc lb cm 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkM 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


MrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 






HP& m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHIOI 
CIS3 ■■ 


Esiion 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JIU'i 


SM"!!"* 


irita J 




l^'J- 


UW/L 


JDI'L 


□H^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 




amiai 


1.^10 


iK 


47 


^aoi 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


71 


'Liiai 


] 


07 


OliObXll 


DIOD 


9)0 


9 1 


^aoi 


<D>4 


HA 


N' 


17 


'O&l Ul 


2'' 


t J 


oiiorFXii 


fbia 


410 


9 1 


^DD^ 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


1^ 


'O&l Ul 


17 


H\ 


LZTLTXU 


mia 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


fJA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


014 


OHIFMU 


i4>ia 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


HA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


DJ 


nanAf'TB 


amiai 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


^ 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


ai 


<D[I4 


H\ 


07 


•n/tfr^a 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


SI 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


QT 


^a»i ui 


H\ 


11 


12^1741 


1 im 


N' 


N' 


HA 


XA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


OD 


miMU 


< im 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


N^ 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


LD 


l»!7Q1 


1 im 


N' 


N' 


NA 


JJ^ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


7D 


lltaV71^ 


"ndlflj 


;siiio 


UO 


10 


^aoi 


<Ci>4 


N^ 


N' 


47 


'1^04 


2I< 


02^ 


aiv^MX]} 


JOHC 


M 


4 


D.37 


<l3>4 


N^ 


N' 


31 


-•'HI 


IJ 


04 


[i[7'" 


s:i> 


N' 


Nl 


NA 


XA 


N^ 


M 


N^ 


■■^A 


H\ 


0'' 




■i^jO 


'J J 


7 


1 7 


tJA 


N^ 


■J-li 


n 


i-^ 


M 


□ M 


■4. ICC 


in 


10 


a*t- 


tJA 


NA 


IS7 


'iO.S 


N^ 


H\ 


39B 


mvkviE 


b.3H} 


lU 


ta 


^04 


XA 


NA 


-lOT 


'.5 


N^ 


H\ 


1 7J 


DUnvB 


ID-TDQ 


114 


44 


D.99J 


HA 


NA 


3IIZ 


9.IH 


N^ 


H\ 


1 11 


D»irkqiE 


1 iia 


lU 


3 3 


ZM 


HA 


UA 


-l» 


IT9 


N^ 


H\ 


319 


i-navi 


^T-in 


UQ 


114 


4>l]ll 


HA 


NA 


HIE 


1.011 


N^ 


H\ 


Obi 


tnnivi 


''-IHB 


ai4 


I^ID 


nQ7IE 


HA 


N^ 


ill 


lED 


N^ 


H\ 


DH7 


IDDVZIB 
lUPDii1\il.\ 


aniAfos 


Z7D 


HD 


N' 


^aoi 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


nil 


H\ 


07 


aniAfas 


iLD 


H7 


N' 


aai 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


ST 


<D[I4 


H\ 


H\ 


atnav5 


jm 


HO 


N' 


lUb 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


S7 


<D[I4 


H\ 


09 


I&I7QI 


' L4ID i: 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


oaiMU 


3 ID 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


03 


aV!7XU 


3U 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


OM 


a^^7^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


.!231 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


019 


DMBV^ 


< IIH 


CT.4 


N' 


'dm 


HA 


liA 


.LU! 


QT 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


lll3DqiE 


14] 


71*1 


D>»79 


0.12 


HA 


NA 


.EHE1 


El 


N^ 


H\ 


OIJ 


OUVVf.?!! 


IL4 


'J-.t 


aonsT 


lO-i 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


fA 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


<e^iij}a 


IC 


fiTi-l 


00147 


lIKi 


HA 


N^ 


.UE4 


tfx 


N^ 


H\ 


ID 


'iriVLii^f 


HIE 


bl 


DAMT 


uni] 


HA 


N^ 


fIJ 


bll 


■i^ 


Nl 


a 14 


ai'L'h^f 


< IIK] 


AD 

Tt4 


nanEiD 

D.I9aD 


0^2 


^A 


N^ 


-114 


'i!t D 


:-A 


M 


Oil 


[a [11^7 
(ba7^7 


1 IIKI 


^dOL 


HA 


NA 


11 


Ti.4 D 


N^ 


H\ 


019 


t<2A 


DOmD 


0.0^ 


HA 


NA 


3IJ 


73D 


N^ 


H\ 


OQ 




aniAfos 


I7.(ICD 


\floa 


1? 


'ODi 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


IVS 


<D[I4 


1 1 


0? 


atiaifas 


''0410 


^00 J 


4E 


D.II 


<noi 


NA 


H\ 


33 


<U[I4 


TIE 


0? 


atiaifas 


duia 


ilia J 


4 3 


0.1b 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


3^ 


<D[I4 


TIE 


H\ 


iimni' 


1.300 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


HA 


H\ 


O? 


aiiui?'' 


jmiD 


PU 


7 


'004 


HA 


NA 


3ID 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


79 


UIIAfii 


I3.7IU 


1113 


fiQ 


1 1 


HA 


NA 


S1.3 


Vi 


N^ 


H\ 


l"Z 


OUU^B 


ILSIO 


1^1 


k? 


1 J 


HA 


NA 


.13! 2 


1 13 


N^ 


H\ 


an 


OUl^qB 1 


UMO 


HU 


9D 


DII74 


HA 


NA 


3» 


■.!! 


NA 


H\ 


nrr 


Dii^ra 


11.900 


I.4H 


AJ^a 


Dm? 


HA 


NA 


34IE 


I.'i7 


N^ 


H\ 


ID? 


[117^7 


|}.IHi 


919 


l^ J D 


D.CI 


HA 


NA 


31 HE 


JJI4 


N^ 


H\ 


047 


tn/\tr'ii 


I1.J0D 


HMD 


S-IC 


^dOI 


HA 


NA 


344 


4.34 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


lltaH'/?B 


Olid Mil 


IVt 


^ ID 


N' 


2fr 


cn 


NA 


N' 


Bl 


lI'DI 


H\ 


09 


am^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


^■A 


NA 


193.^ 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


iir7 


aiid].?'' 


1 im 


1? 


^DDOJ 


52 


HA 


NA 


196 


52 


N^ 


H\ 


77 


LiruqiE 


< llH 


7D.! 


^DDOJ 


S 1 


HA 


NA 


J34 


S 


N^ 


H\ 


nt-1 


oauvB 


1 im 


IIA 


IU»4[ 


31 


HA 


N^ 


J1 1 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


oil 


ob-oq^iE 


< IIKI 


lUI 


OOOfO 


4 V 


^A 


N^ 


310 


4S1 


N^ 


H\ 


OIJ 


ai'Lzvf 


< lOI 


!J9 


'UIXII»} 


4J7 D 


^A 


N^ 


3^1 


^1.1 C 


N^ 


H\ 


019 


[a[7"J7 


1 im 


3H.g 


0AI07 


4.11! 


^A 


N^ 


3111' 


filJI D 


N^ 


H\ 


071 


«rirkq7 


< IDO 


».! 


UD2J4 D 


4-4 D 


Hn 


NA 


aiD 


C1.L C 


N^ 


H\ 


OTI 


ICDH'ZI^ 

HUHHDHnZA 
IDdVZJACL 


OCDMU 


430 


^ ID 


N' 


1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


TP 


<D[I4 


H\ 


34 


OliDHU 


410 


^ ID 


N' 


L 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


Th 


rD[l4 


H\ 


H\ 


OliDKll 


^ I4N3 1I 


1 ]QU 


N' 


iai 


<D.(]?RJ 


NA 


N' 


79 


'D04 1j' 


H\ 


H\ 


mam IT 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


70 14 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


E19 


DM>IV 


1 IIK] 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


t 


HA 


NA 


73UI 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


719 


lll!»IE 


1 im 


^ ID 


loan 


32 


HA 


NA 


N' 


m 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


fBH^IE 


< IIKI 


^ ID 


<DDOI 


1 


HA 


NA 


JEII.4 


19 


N^ 


H\ 


71" 


dUbvie 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


^COOOD 


1.4! 


HA 


NA 


3P' 


14 1 


N^ 


H\ 


ia 


D» 1 md 


< IDD 


^ ID 


^QHim 


I.I D 


HA 


liA 


341 


2bA D 


N^ 


H\ 


4b9 


I!/Ibq7 


< im 


' ID 


"IIXII»^ 


ZITf 


HA 


NA 


4DJ 


41.1 D 


N^ 


H\ 


SUI 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



l.HDlkV 

Nim< 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 




CRF 


IiUlDih 


SBllUr 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 






HP& m 


CHD^l 
C3^l.!l 


PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:nD.a< 


^''■■JIU'i 


5M'3I''» 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


JDI'L 


lOI^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


mflVL 


■11. 


■ 1.1. 


mWL 


ICDH'ZJB 


OliOrFX]} 


< im 


' lO 


N' 


1 1 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


El 


'um ui 


N' 


J.1 


Ol-uq'' 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


N^ 


fJA 


NA 


7QHA 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


LI 


aiidl?'' 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


^DDDI 


17 


tJA 


HA 


IE 1.4 


IDD 


N^ 


H\ 


1D9 


tllU.qiE 


< im 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


1 I 


tJA 


UA 


3IJ 


3ri 


N^ 


H\ 


I3D 


mamiE 


1 im 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


3 1 


tJA 


H\ 


I9S.T 


Tb 


N^ 


H\ 


3.1J 


OrkOBVIE 


< im 


^ ID 


■coaoos 


T.E2C 


tJA 


NA 


31? 


l".! D 


N^ 


H\ 


3 31 


aTTLI^IE 


< im 


^ ID 


■coaoos 


I.^ D 


tJA 


HA 


3I1E 


T0.2D 


N^ 


H\ 


i7 


IZTLA.?? 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


<iiaoos 


tai 


WA 


HA 


39> 


1I1.TD 


HA 


H\ 


l"> 


D^aj^J 


r im 


< ID 


aooai 


I.^ c 


JJ^ 


H\ 


)ri!E 


'II.4D 


N^ 


H\ 


!•" 


lltaVZ4A 


|U-(]Z<]1 


zncc 


lUH 


1 1 


■r. 1.3 


^ 1 1 


H\ 


N' 


< 13 


<UD4 


9.3 t* 


DUE 




H<H» 


\iaa J 


II 


^QD^ 


<D>4 


H\ 


Ml 


-in 


'1^04 


'i! 


a 1 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


X^ 


H\ 


-i:r3 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Uty! 


UlillH^'' 


js:ic 


11411 


3-1 


''IDI 


X^ 


H\ 


.L»l 


31 


N^ 


Nl 


a 17 


L!iUI?{ 


?3'IO 


jtiyi 


C? 


^(im 


V^ 


N^ 


.LMl 


IE 


:-\ 


M 


D3I 


OaZTVIE 


JQ«0 


Ui7a 


sa 


'.•l.i 


X^ 


HA 


-749 1 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


D 17 


OUll^lE 


JJ3HI 


\t<oa 


IID 


'.am 


WA 


NA 


42J 


IE'' 


N^ 


H\ 


199 IIK. 


QTri??!! 


IJTDO 


t1'H\ 


If D 


ODI 


tJA 


NA 


3J7 


f .3 D 


N^ 


H\ 


ntrj 


[aiiSJ 


;»CD 


JMO 


■ID 


on 11 


tJA 


NA 


31J 


71JI D 


N^ 


H\ 


nil 


CCJ^LHT' 


?sro 


ii4<] 


13JD 


• •Dli 


Ji^ 


N^ 


T^-E 


11' D 


N^ 


H\ 


39 


lltaH''JB 


lllill^l^ 


mi 


' ID 


N' 


47 


■-I3I4 


N^ 


Ml 


ly 


-••HI 


H\ 


1? 


l*!?^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


^■A 


NA 


in 1.9 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


147 


DMBV 


1 IIK> 


rZB 


D4H7 


4! 


V\ 


NA 


-ai 


or 


N^ 


H\ 


1 22 


IM>mB 


< im 


3J.3 


D 14 


J 1 


H\ 


NA 


-1113 


71 


N^ 


H\ 


1 17 


4B!7qB 


1 im 


B£ 


DDH 


41 


HA 


NA 


-ia7 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


OUllVB 


< IIK> 


30.T 


DODI 


4.^1 


HA 


NA 


44D 


B9 


N^ 


H\ 


1 II 


aiVLT^IE 


1 iin 


]J 


^aixim 


4.^1 D 


V\ 


NA 


311 


U».TC 


N^ 


H\ 


L? 


tl/llfJI 


< im 


27 


ni37?l D 


1.D4 D 


H\ 


N^ 


374 


Tl.T D 


NA 


H\ 


1 22 


tn/\«'ii 


< iDn 


tl-T 


D.ITID 


4.QD 


H\ 


N^ 


TV 


fiLTC 


N^ 


H\ 


LI 


LCD^PZl-H 


amiai 


N^ 


N' 


C9 


'.aai 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


13 


<UD4 


17 


ai 


m/niai 


aaoi 


T^ioa 


L7 


'.aai 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


<D1 


lI'DI 


47 


a 1 


taawzsB 


ai/niai 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


a 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


71 


<UD4 


H\ 
H\ 


3 

?ij 


CiVi'k^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N\ 


JJ^ 


N^ 


-17 3 


NA 


N^ 


DUil^'' 


1 IIK] 


II.T 


^DDDI 


iS 


JJ^ 


N^ 


]i7 


h 


N^ 


H\ 


2iD 


iiruqj 


r im 


3!^ 


<DDI»I 


4-1 


JJ^ 


NA 


14 


4P 


N^ 


H\ 


2tr2 


ehbu^ie 


1 IIK> 


U^ 


^DDItl 


il 


HA 


N^ 


T 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


I4D 


nrko^vB 


< im 


21B 


lUKICDI 


U^ 


HA 


NA 


3rA 


11 1 


N^ 


H\ 


?U 


D»IZqiE 


< IIK> 


u.r 


^CHKU 


349 D 


HA 


NA 


329 


f.TD 


N^ 


H\ 


222 


iai?^7 


1 im 


cu 


^DDDUJ 


41 


HA 


NA 


311 


4D9D 


N^ 


H\ 


719 


["^[^.^7 


' IIK] 


^]^ 


DAMP 


44P D 


HA 


N^ 


Z77 


49 4 


N^ 


H\ 


1 i 


ICDH'Zb^ 


01' 11X11 


1 im 


< ID 


N' 


J 


<UI1 


NA 


N' 


IDI» 


lI'DI 


H\ 


7.1 


111 JlTf 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


NA 


Strii 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 ID 


Ui-U^'' 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


NA 


Strii 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 ID 


DM>IV 


< im 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


14 


HA 


I4A 


113.4 


91 


N^ 


H\ 


131 


lll!»IE 


< im 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


IS 


HA 


NA 


Ul.T 


IID 


N^ 


H\ 


4f^l 


mamiE 


< im 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


4! 


HA 


NA 


n4Ji 


71 


N^ 


H\ 


1U9 


OrkOBVIE 


1 IIK] 


^ ID 


<DDDDJ 


IIE2C 


HA 


NA 


311 


9Z.T D 


HA 


H\ 


4IIE 


aivimiE 


< im 


^ ID 


<DDDDJ 


4Q3 C 


HA 


UA 


347 


B7D 


N^ 


H\ 


1 17 


LZTLA.?? 


< ica 


\IKi 


<DDDDJ 


DD 


HA 


NA 


41? 


91.3 D 


N^ 


H\ 


444 


mrij^j 


1 IIK] 


' ID 




lai c 


H\ 


N^ 


sua 


37.1 D 


N^ 


H\ 


3 1J 


HtaVZQB 


Olid Mil 


UD 


^ ID 


N' 


3'f 


<nii 


N^ 


N' 


94 


<UD4 


H\ 


L 1 


avu^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


N^ 


SI.3 


N^ 


N^ 
N^ 


H\ 


3U9 


aiidi?'' 


1 IIH 


^ ID 


^DDDI 


^ 


H\ 


NA 


IllH 


Qfi 


H\ 


itn 


Liru^f 


< lOI 


< ID 


^DDDI 


43 


H\ 


NA 


333 7 


7^1 


■i^ 


Nl 


7. IE 


Vbll^f 


< l«] 


- ID 


^DDDI 


4 1 


JJA 


N^ 


ISih? 


1' 
77.1 D 


N^ 


M 


7.9 


dUbvj 


< im 


^ ID 


DADCn 


1.DI D 


JJ^ 


NA 


334 


N^ 


H\ 


177 


l»imiE 


< IIK> 


^ ID 


^DDDDJ 


4.9 D 


HA 


NA 


31> 


77D 


N^ 


H\ 


3117 


rzTi'F.q? 


1 im 


^ ID 


DAICDI 


lai D 


HA 


NA 


427 


dl D 


N^ 


H\ 


3 17 


(daj^? 


< 103 


12.2 


DAin 


HID 


HA 


N^ 


3HD 


HIT D 


N^ 


H\ 


121 



ElKerrdKr 7UD1 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 


FlIbDpB. 

mnto 1- FciiniF 


CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SBllUr 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 






HP& ni 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JIU'i 


SM'II"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


JDI'L 


□H^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11- 


■ LL 


mWL 


HtaVZT^ 


oiiorFXii 


< im 


' 1" 


N' 


39 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


Ql 


'din Ul 


N' 


1 1 


^^^7^'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


fiA 


NA 


-FDIH 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


lU 4ll1» 


DMBV 


1 im 


^ in 


^DDDI 


D.3J 


HA 


HA 


311.1 


3^ 


HA 


H\ 


317 


DMJRV^ 


N^ 


Nl 


N' 


D.3J 


H\ 


HA 


741. k 


3^ 


HA 


H\ 


317 


LZidl^J 


< iin 


^ ID 


<DDI»I 


aAi 


HA 


HA 


-r44 1 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


3 11 


LZidl^lE 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


a^i 


HA 


HA 


-ID9 1 


31 


NA 


H\ 


3 1J 


■BVkVB 


1 im 


^ ID 


<UDI»I 


D.3I 


HA 


NA 


-trUr 


31 


NA 


H\ 


Ibl 


mvkviE 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


D.3T 


HA 


NA 


-bib 


31 


NA 


H\ 


lAl 


DUnviE 


1 im 


^ ID 


^dlHIDJ 


D.TI7 


HA 


NA 


3UD 


EIE 


N^ 


H\ 


D99 


nUn^iE 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


D.TI7 


HA 


NA 


3UD 


IE J 


N^ 


H\ 


ns9 


ITTL^hSf 


N^ 


rzA 


^cmm 


d 7-1-1 D 


HA 


NA 


I4U 


34-1 D 


N^ 


H\ 


71" 


dl'L'F.^f 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


d 7-1-1 D 


HA 


NA 


I4U 


3IE-1D 


N^ 


H\ 


31" 


[ilH^J 


1 lOI 


' I1» 


'dlXlltl 


• •Iiii 


HA 


N^ 


3HI 


Jl.l □ 


N^ 


H\ 


kl 


[Bll?^7 


- im 


■- ID 


^(ll»l»l 


null 


^A 


N^ 


3'l 


I.U 


N^ 


H\ 


1 U 


N^ 


Nl 


N' 


DIIM 


H\ 


NA 


Z71 


I.C9 


N^ 


H\ 


1 22 


laaiFZlB 


DUI64U 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


N' 


il 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


1ID 


nor 1- 


H\ 


1 1 


n*!?^9 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


K\ 


HA 


NA 


-1 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


3bD 


DMBV 


< im 


^ ID 


<DDDI 


lb 


HA 


NA 


3II.T 


S7 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


\i/aii\t 


1 im 


< ID 


<DDI»I 


li 


HA 


NA 


-mi 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


Ibl 


cnui'r'n 


< IIK> 


< ID 


^DDItl 


!1 


H\ 


N^ 


T-l 


s 


NA 


H\ 


1 M 


Ob-WSIE 


r im 


< ID 


DAICJ7 


tTS 


HA 


NA 


3^1 


DO 1 


N^ 


H\ 


■-I1 


D»irkqiE 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


'.avoi 


IIB D 


HA 


NA 


na 


TI.ID 


N^ 


H\ 


191 


izrmv? 


r im 


< ID 


D.DD33 


T.27 


HA 


N^ 


331 


BJ-bD 


N^ 


H\ 


HI 


<nnivi 


1 im 


< ID 


DA IOC 


14! D 


HA 


NA 


311 


TZ-3D 


N^ 


H\ 


! II 


iDldlnH L94V 1 


[ UIM ft n [ 

JUPIHIIOI 1 3 ^ 
1 >I1M 1^ D LC L 


DililHli 


rm 


< ID 


N' 


T 1 


<ll 1 


N^ 


N' 


?3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


amifo' 


77D 


< ID 


N' 


!2 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


rski 


N^ 


H\ 


DP 


n/oiKi 


J7D 


^ ID 


N' 


12 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


!!•• 


N^ 


H\ 


t 1 


tBillVi 


QID 


^ ID 


N' 


IH 


'0 1 


NA 


N' 


!!•• 


N^ 


H\ 


l-IZ 


on-HMll 


IW 


1 T 


N' 


1 1 


'0 1 


N^ 


N' 


!3U 


N^ 


H\ 


1 19 


DIIZQ! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


JJ^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 19 


[JiU'lX]? 


3in 


ID 1 


Nl 


1 7 


'0 1 


N^ 


N' 


ZID 


N^ 


H\ 


7^ 




3ID 


1? 1 


N' 


\a 


^d 1 


N^ 


N' 


!!•• 


N^ 


H\ 


M 


1 IV\ 


II 


N' 


1 J 1- 


<0I1 Ul 


l-l 1- 


N' 


!!•• 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(H&aiX]? 


IHD 


^ ID 


N' 


1 7 


^D>4 


NA 


N' 


I4D 


N^ 


H\ 


1 II 


IH3DV? 


HID 


^ ID 


N' 


1 7 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


!3k' 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J7 


DMirkQ? 


-i:iD 


^ ID 


N' 


IH 


<D4» 


UA 


N' 


rski 


N^ 


H\ 


3 II 


iirai«j 


1 iin 


11 


N' 


IH 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


I4D 


N^ 


H\ 


1 M 


(II1I3UQ] 


HD 


11 


N' 


1 1 


XA 


NA 


N' 


13k' 


N^ 


H\ 


Dbl 


(II1I3IX1J 


HD 


11 


N' 


1 2 


^ 11 


NA 


N' 


IE4» 


N^ 


H\ 


Dbl 


omioQj 


isa 


ID 


N' 


l-l 


r 1 


NA 


N' 


?ID 


N^ 


H\ 


DbJ 


DkHMU 


EID 


II 


N' 


l-l 


<DD1 


N^ 


N' 


•!•• 


N^ 


H\ 


l-ll 


D«I9V 


< IIHB 


< IDB 


N' 


NA 


tJA 


DJI7 


II-I.I 


ISC 


NA 


H\ 


Diri 


oap^'' 


1 llH 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


noil 


131b 


191 


N^ 


H\ 


IHI 


LirmqiE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D-fi? 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(lllllll.?IE 


1 llH 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


D-ini 


llf-^ 


IQI 


NA 


H\ 


311 


DblbVIE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


DTIl 


371 


731 


N^ 


H\ 


3119 


DIIZZVIE 


1 ica 


L]^ 


N' 


NA 


HA 


DJID 


N' 


119 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


n/30vi 


1 im 


il.i 


N' 


D^7IE 


HA 


U3hE 


N' 


im 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


O/ZIIVI 


< ica 


il.i 


DIDC 


C132C 


HA 


nQI7 


39B 


191 D 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


avam? 


1 JDM 


f 


DADI! 


C-IJI D 


HA 


NA 


-l-ID 


IHD 


N^ 


H\ 


1 17 


azrpi?? 


< IIH 


n 


DADCn 


aanD 


HA 


<DD1I 


311 


IQID 


N^ 


H\ 


1 b 


I>I9H WD! 

Hj'PVtH]?.^ 


ai-iK]} 


1 IHII 


•i ID 


Nl 


1 2 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


tn 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


aivzixii 


3W 


' ID 


N' 


1 1 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


Q7 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


t2/\tr*y 


I9D 


^ ID 


N' 


\tr 


^d 1 


N^ 


N' 


Ci 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


tputixy 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


1 1 


^d 1 


N^ 


N' 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


d-I 


lajbn' 


HA 


Nl 


N' 


1 1 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


D)9 


OS/am 


\S0 


^ ID 


N' 


l-l 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


Ob 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 


IM>ZVI 


ija 


^ ID 


N' 


lb 


<DU1 


N^ 


N' 


Q> 


N^ 


H\ 


oa 


4BIM1I 


HD 


^ ID 


N' 


r Ibl- 


<D1 III 


N^ 


N' 


73 


N^ 


H\ 


Fb 


Ob-DMll 


IW 


^ ID 


N' 


Ib 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


Ql 


NA 


H\ 


1 J 


Ob-QKll 


lOD 


^ ID 


N' 


\tr 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


Ql 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


ITTLZ^l! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N\ 


N^ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


rnM 


MlB|[ll]EH 


Mrttau 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N D1 N'drUr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SdIMf 


TOC 


D^^Hvol 


■labrKl 




^ij'riiiiih 


HS& ]Ti 


CHD-dl 
C3^l.!l 


PIS3 ■■ 


E^ion 


I^U 


i:nD.a< 


i:iiio» 


PM'9I*<> 


I'lC^I J 




l'?''!- 


M>^L 


JDpl. 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


nuVL 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■rT. 


JUP J aMfl!] ^ 

lUP0mi0t\22.\ 
HJPIimDIlA 

Mipmiixi 1 1.\ 


Il/OHO! 


IfiD 


' 1" 


N' 


1 7 


'd ] 


N^ 


N' 


ai. 


N^ 


H\ 


L J 


tl/Olia! 


IfiD 


^ ID 


N' 


1 7 


^0 J 


NA 


N' 


a3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(n&aix]? 


< im 


^ in 


N' 


\b 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


r^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


ankitM 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


\tr 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


Qd 


N^ 


H\ 


d7 


ai/ob*\! 


3LD 


^ ID 


N' 


\tr 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


\! 


ai/OTrtM 


ito 


^ ID 


N' 


\tr 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


n 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


n/ja*\i 


1 iin 


^ ID 


N' 


1 7 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


Qd 


N^ 


H\ 


115 


MraixiJ 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


IH 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


H 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


IB3DVJ 


iw 


^ ID 


N' 


1 7 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


NH 


IB3DV] 


m 


^ ID 


N' 


1 ? 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


Ql 


N^ 


H\ 


NH 


avL^xiJ 


IVt 


^ ID 


Nl 


1 ? 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


[i3 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


19D 


' ID 


N' 


1 ? 


<aii 


N^ 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


(IV [9^'' 


< lOI 


■- I1»B 


Nl 


NA 


fJA 


I.H 


J41' 


ta iQ 


N^ 


Nl 


Oil 


aa[9fl'' 


1 l«l 


' ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


^.f 


J3I 3 


IHi J 


\--\ 


M 


at 


LirLHqj 


< m 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


l.i! 


I4D.T 


<f>A 


N^ 


H\ 


D71 


(hlLimiE 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


^A 


J.l> 


311 


DEI 


N^ 


H\ 


DP 


OCIbqiE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


HA 


HA 


1.1.} 


3JID 


D4 1 


N^ 


H\ 


d4 


DUZZVIE 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


NA 


HA 


1.1? 


3?D 


B7 


N^ 


H\ 


1 n 


tn/jnvi 


< im 


^ ID 


OAICJ7 


1 I 


H\ 


l.il 


37] 


TZ.3 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DTI 


a-;/3iii 


< llH 


' ID 


^DOOOJ 


1 n D 


HA 


1 1 


37IE 


T".*! D 


NA 


H\ 


Ob! 


DhDIV? 


1 JDM 


^ LDr 


luno 


1 IB D 


HA 


NA 


311 


a\ D 


N^ 


H\ 


D3J 


IKDm? 


<m 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D&nq? 


< im 


19 -T 


DUID 


(I434C 


HA 


1 T 


BI 


13 D 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


0I1I3IXIJ 


isa 


^ ^ 


N' 


1 i 


1 1 


NA 


N' 


H 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


l>l?UWD3l 


ani*\i 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


ai 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


EL 


N^ 


H\ 


aa 


oi/iiiai 


mu 


^ ID 


N' 


Si 


^0 1 


NA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


T7 


r^TLAXU 


< ica 


^ ID 


N' 


52 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


H 


NA 


H\ 


ia 


IBIDQI 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


4b 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


30 


NA 


H\ 


3»l 


nvkvi 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


41 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


^7 


DM19 41 


1 1in 


^ ID 


N' 


41 


<noi 


I4A 


N' 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


T"E 


ii/oiiaj 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


4H 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


11. 


N^ 


H\ 


^7 


oaiini 


im 


^ ID 


N' 


4 1bJ- 


<0 1i Ml 


NA 


N' 


31. 


N^ 


H\ 


4B 


Db-D9VI 


< IIK> 


^ ID 


N' 


47 


D.I 


NA 


N' 


33 


N^ 


H\ 


zrt 


l>l9HWI0n 




lUHXi 


Jfi.lXlD 


N' 


'10^ 


^d ] 


N^ 


N' 


3^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


ll-DCO 


J3rOI» 


N' 


'0 J 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


n/\tr*y 


tnaCO 


JP.DClD 


N' 


^aoi 


<Da 


NA 


N' 


<ns 


N^ 


H\ 


d? 


(hlKXU 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


'ODi 


^Dl 


NA 


N' 


D.^1 


N^ 


H\ 


d7 


DV274I 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


^aoi 


^0 J 


NA 


N' 


3 


NA 


H\ 


Dll 


113/tbm 


iOj}oa 


JfiCOD 


N' 


^aoi 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


ID 


NA 


H\ 


ni7 


ii/aiiaj 


ID-DHi 


I^.DDU 


Nl 


<D.t 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


'. ] 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


•putiiaj 


!j.aix] 


tba 


Nl 


'OH 


<Da 


NA 


N' 


<IS 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


DhD94I 


2UHH] 


UDDD 


N' 


'OH 


<Da 


NA 


N' 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


D»m>I 1 


ilDoa 


14,000 


N' 


rD.r 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


7 7 


NA 


H\ 


dD 


IZTIDV? 


4.Uia 


afiDO 1 


N' 


IIKl 


'd J 


NA 


N' 


<>I 


N^ 


H\ 


a<' 


lll^H'^Jdl 


UVUXI} 


1 lOI 


^ ID 


N' 


IS 


<(i>4 


N^ 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d-4 


ai-zva} 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


33 


<l3>4 


N^ 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


air!i«} 


1 im 


^ ID 


N' 


3 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


IB 


N^ 


H\ 


d ■ 


LZmXH 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


3H 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


IT 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


DM19 QI 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


31 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


19 


N^ 


H\ 


31? 


IZDZQ! 


1 ica 


£1 


N' 


3-1 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


19 


NA 


H\ 


r-i 


Dai9VI 


IID 


f 


N' 


31 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


a 


N^ 


H\ 


17 


D6-D9XII 


< im 


' ID 


N' 


4] 


a 13 


NA 


N' 


SI 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


I>I9H W ID! 

)UPD3!ID13A 

niPU IDOIZA 

MiPD^JjmH 
I>I9H W ID2CL 

MiPDJimiiA 

1 14911 * JOBTL 
JUPiZHHll^ 




1 IDH 


< ID 


Nl 


3.? 


<UI1 


N^ 


N' 


<>i 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


ITD 


b! 


N' 


1? 


<DU1 


N^ 


N' 


T9 


N^ 


H\ 


d-I 


ai/iivi 


ITD 


-Id 


N' 


2 


<DD1 


N^ 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


n/\tr*y 


110 


>>ID 


N' 


O.TI 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


47 


N^ 


H\ 


lis 


Da»4i 


HA 


N' 


N' 


DU 


^nm 


NA 


N' 


4! 


N^ 


H\ 


1 11 


OaiDQ] 


NA 


N' 


N' 


D.M 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


4L 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


aV!7<U 


NA 


N' 


N' 


0.i2 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


1 1 


aV!7*U 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


O.T4 


<DD1 


NA 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D1-27XU 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


Db 


<noi 


Db 


N' 


JED 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DIIDQ] 


f9D 


4]|] 


N' 


D-l 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


4B 


N^ 


H\ 


dl 


ai/v*y 


ViD 


■IIIO 


N' 


D-l 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


4T 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


ai/in*y 


QID 


•IJD 


N' 


D.41 1 


<OOI UJ 


d-IJ HT-DI J 


N' 


44 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


H/\l"\! 


J?li 


•iV 


N' 


un9 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


43 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


L^TLIUI! 


-l^ill 


'iIKi 


N' 


(1 1 


IDOI 


HA 


Ml 


41 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



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tBfftlOlllKI 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


MrlUu 


^'■iNIUllE 


H HI Ndrnr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1iII>rKl 




PA'iOJD 


HP& m 


CKHUH 
C31I.2I 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


i:iiio» 

^''■■JDJ'i 


5M'9I''I 


irita J 




l^'J- 


Mr^L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


nuVL 


ru^ 


malL 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 


ll4SH*]1BrL 


tPUIliaj 


HD 


^U 


N' 


DI7b3 


<a 1 ii] 


N^ 


N' 


47 


N^ 


N' 


1 1 


ob/tniaj 


7 ID 


4I[I 


N' 


D.LI 


^d J 


N^ 


N' 


re 


N^ 


H\ 


f 


ob/iniaj 


UD 


4U 


N' 


D.M 


^d 1 


N^ 


N' 


Td 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


tfr/fliaj 


jm 


110 


N' 


D.I] 


<D>4 


D.II 


N' 


M 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


Hj'P i JOKHn 


• M/UKM 


jjn 


mo 


N' 


'QDl 


'd J 


N^ 


Ml 


9S 


N^ 


H\ 


II J 


dl'LlUI 


7 ID 


aio 


N' 


^aoi 


'0 J 


N^ 


N' 


](■» 


N^ 


H\ 


51 


n/ai*\j 


fiO 


ViD 


N' 


<D.I 


<C 1 


HA 


N' 


97 


N^ 


H\ 


L? 


ii/i\i*\j 


37D 


UD 


N' 


<D.E 


^Dl 


HA 


N' 


IID 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


naiiuM 


Z7D 


19 D 


N' 


<D.k 


'0 1 


HA 


N' 


]ID 


N^ 


H\ 


LI 


06-DMll 


ITD 


\t<D 


N' 


<D.I 


^Dl 


HA 


N' 


J ID 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


I>I9H W lOI 




Jin 


klO 


Nl 


oai 


^C J 


N^ 


Ml 


□d 


■i^ 


Nl 


dD 


HII 


V. 


N' 


D.31 


^d J 


N^ 


Ml 


□ 2 


:-A 


M 


03Z 


LZill^l! 


s:ii 


HD 


Nl 


D.I! 


^d J 


N^ 


Ml 


St 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


(hlLZHI? 


•ill 


iia 


N' 


<D.I 


^d J 


N^ 


Ml 


ii 


N^ 


H\ 


1 J 


orkorkni 


I9D 


S'D 


Nl 


D.I7 


<DI 


NA 


N' 


QT 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


l>l9M'»iCl 


D12MU 


4?D 


2ID 


N' 


■cOOS 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


13l» 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


aTTEHU 


3riD 


3 ID 


N' 


^aoi 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


ISO 


N^ 


H\ 


DTI 


L!iUZ<]l 


QOD 


3U] 


N' 


'OOi 


<nit 


NA 


N' 


J»» 


N^ 


H\ 


1 T 


amizui 


nD 


3HQ 


N' 


<D.I 


^d 1 


NA 


N' 


13k' 


N^ 


H\ 


3 1 


ob/oviaj 


44D 


3U 


N' 


<D.I 


^d 1 


N^ 


N' 


13l» 


NA 


H\ 


1? 


IBUlDii ZlUir J 1 Inn I 


htgi^d] 


am/ai 


•: loa 


U 


1 


<aai 


^D>4 


NA 


N' 


T ^ 


li 


3D 


1! 


CSI94I 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


JiA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d-l 


IB2IVI 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


NA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


d-l 


DH9«I 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


XA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


i7 


t2/\l'*\! 


NA 


N' 


N' 


HA 


f'\ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Oi 


tn/vvo! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


d-l 


dUdmi? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


liA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


0'' 


D» 1 IV? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


lb> 


lir3IK]J 


NA 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


dd 


Olb3IK]] 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


i4 


'IVL-IMJ 

aim?'' 


•<\ 


Nl 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


3.7 


1 lOI 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


-7ri09 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


DH 


Jl.^ 


t I2C 


<7 


HA 


NA 


-3U3 9 


lis 


N^ 


H\ 


Din 


mizviE 


1 iin 


^1.3 


71 


^D.! 


HA 


MA 


-2J1 


1"f 


N^ 


H\ 


Utr! 


aTiO^^IE 


1 IM 


3-3i 


7IID 


DJ1I7 


HA 


liA 


\1! 


Aai 


N^ 


H\ 


DM 


ai-omj 


< ica 


4t9 


DHZD 


DDbl 


HA 


UA 


IHZ 


■f-SH 


N^ 


H\ 


D4& 


JIICI^Oi 


aiioi'tu 


1 iin 


£■ 


DllZfi 


D 1 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


T6 


^d»l Ul 


l-l 


d 1 


(]]riH4] 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


X^ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


1 1? 


amL-fai 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


D7 


aiVLTXil 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


m 


ti/oiia! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


1 -1 


tK/l\l*\! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


IVkUIZ 


N^ 


N' 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 ] 


ani"ii 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


dB 


Lir^MUJ 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


31 


umxtxij 


HA 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


UVtHXlJ 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


3 ] 


ofakv 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


-DE 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


DIB 


airak?^ 


1 im 


^ ID 


DOD3 


1.39 


HA 


IJA 


947 


TJ 


N^ 


H\ 


D IB 


L4>a>?IE 


lEI 


!?.! 


D4HH 


3 1 


HA 


NA 


9IIE 


T! 


NA 


H\ 


D7'' 


a-;/iii\t 


1 im 


M-T 


D.DDI9 


IIT D 


HA 


NA 


HUE 


C7.1 C 


N^ 


H\ 


DUZ 


OfU^IE 


1 loa 


lU 


DOD1 


2.72 D 


HA 


NA 


STfI 


CiZ-JD 


N^ 


H\ 


D7I 


air^TviE 


1 im 


ID 


D-DfrlT 


IDT D 


HA 


IJA 


-lS3 


69.9 D 


N^ 


H\ 


D2I 


viTini 


1 im 


U.! 


DAIEO 


rt<2 


HA 


NA 


I7J 


7D.4 D 


N^ 


H\ 


D-19 


aifuvi 


1 im 


12.2 


DA»3I 


Ita D 


HA 


NA 


UD 


'i7.3 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DJ^ 


atiiivi 


< iin 


21 


DAI^ 


s.m D 


HA 


IJA 


114 


C7.L D 


N^ 


H\ 


UJ^ 


1UPI2I7UIZA 


obiaifas 


< im 


' lU 


inaa 


Si 


<nit 


NA 


N' 


77 


DD1 


1.2 1* 


f 


<4na>as 


< im 


^ ID 


<UDI4 


Si 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


79 


Dll J. 


L 1 


Z] 


[SLTXU 


< im 


^ ID 


N' 


sx 


<nos 


NA 


N' 


El 


N^ 


H\ 


dif 


[SLTXU 


1 lEKl 


^ ID 


N' 


St- 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


(II1ILZ4I 


IID 


^ ID 


N' 


SI 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


77 


N^ 


H\ 


DHZ 



artenbaHIOS 



tofezmiN 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N HI Ndrnr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


DnHvol 


■labrKl 




SftiOlP 


HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


CIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


I^U 


i:nD.a 


^''■■JDJ'i 


SM'II"* 


irita J 




l^'J- 


—/L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mrIL 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mwn- 




ai-2741 


< im 


1 T 


N' 


fi 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


S[ 


N^ 


N' 


D-14 


ai-2741 


'. iin 


1 T 


N' 


17 


•iOta 


N^ 


N' 


so 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


C1-27QI 


S7D 


■1 


N' 


7.1 a 


•iUta 


7.r 1-DbD 


N' 


d3D 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


1Trill«I 


< iin 


^ ID 


N' 


Ql 


•iUta 


N^ 


N' 


Si 


N^ 


H\ 


01 


L^ilkl^UI 


'. iin 


^ lU 


N' 


Q9 


•iUta 


HA 


N' 


EL 


N^ 


H\ 


LD 


UHILKII 


im 


^ ID 


N' 


T7b]- 


<OI1 UJ 


HA 


N' 


9E 


HA 


H\ 


17 


dUidvi 


< IIH 


^ ID 


N' 


? 1 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


S 


N^ 


H\ 


7.] 


Dl 17V 1 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


WA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


H\ 


i 


IZiOI'd? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


fjA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


b4 


tPUJkltM 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


WA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


4-1 


UV3I>U? 


N^ 


Nl 


Nl 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


7.d 


(]]i(]7X]? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


iZ 


Lir^MXiJ 


N^ 


N' 


Nl 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


N^ 


Nl 


3^ 


amiouj 


N^ 


M 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


Ml 


N^ 


i-\ 


M 


1'. 


CMH«J 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


H\ 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


44 


OCU?'' 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


Did 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


41 


dlrl].?'' 


'. IIH 


b^^ 


lUbT^ 


13 D 


HA 


NA 


43 7 


09 


N^ 


H\ 


4 71 


L4>L-miE 


'. im 


LH.3 


D-ODE^ 


s; 


HA 


NA 


af 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


471 


D7rtmB 


< im 


^ ID 


lUhMC 


HID 


H\ 


NA 


311 


fidA D 


N^ 


H\ 


ab! 


ocm.viE 


'. ion 


11.2 


DUD! 


ilt< D 


HA 


N^ 


3IJ 


im D 


N^ 


H\ 


44» 


DU^Ad 


IBIID 


mo 


UDIDJD 


223D 


HA 


NA 


2bi 


7UI D 


N^ 


H\ 


3-17 


ni3vi 


< IIK> 


' ID 


D-ODU 


UiD 


HA 


NA 


Ibl 


'i7.4 D 


N^ 


H\ 


3>ld 


aiiiAvi 


'. im 


^ ID 


lUKI^ 


lO 1 D 


HA 


m 


417 


TJ.9 D 


N^ 


H\ 


3 77 


iyi/2!f}i 


< J(IM 


f 


IUII43 


SB D 


HA 


NA 


3H 


64.2 D 


N^ 


H\ 


31D 


uiGn ic 


II3.JHJS 


jBHn 


THQ 


L! 


^DDl 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


\1 


^Dni 


^'' 


a 1 


aiVLAXU 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D 11 


UHIL-I'U! 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


H\ 


D II 


ai'L-i'di 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


] 


LZillMl? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


a 1 


omzMfi? 


NA 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


n 1! 


obi'vi'a? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D7J 


(]]iU7XJ? 


N^ 


Nl 


N' 


N^ 


-y'l 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D n 


LZiUMlJ 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


•i\ 


\\ 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


II 1 


UI1I3UXJJ 


NA 


N' 


N' 


K\ 


H\ 


N^ 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


7 


amiai 


NA 


N' 


N' 


K\ 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


I4A 


N^ 


H\ 


3-1 


Ml 19 V 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


-17 7 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


1 » 


ayav 


JMCD 


L»a 


N' 


^D.! 


HA 


NA 


-IS 1 


t^a 


N^ 


H\ 


D77 


»I9?IE 


DT?D 


JJT 


4 J 


a.ti 


HA 


NA 


-l»l 


•Hii 


N^ 


H\ 


3>4 


(]7m?J 


r^lD 


>>I3 


UD 


Dill J 


HA 


NA 


IDI 


D327 


N^ 


H\ 


Ctrl 


OCZIVf 


7QID 


911 


4blD 


• •Dll 


HA 


NA 


311 


L4.L D 


N^ 


H\ 


DU 


Dim.qj 


'. im 


' ID 


IZJ D 


• •Dl\ 


H\ 


NA 


117 


d1 


N^ 


H\ 


DID 


n/ani 


rrilD 


^U 


57 D 


'.aa\ 


HA 


NA 


3"! 


<£i3E7 


N^ 


H\ 


nil 


tmi3vi 


lEAD 


jm 


47 D 


DIUI 


HA 


MA 


3?D 


OSI 


N^ 


H\ 


n Id 


taiiivi 


7^llli 


-174 


l-i-ID 


on 14 


HA 


NA 


-101 


o\ia 


N^ 


H\ 


1-1 


UIGWJI 




41HI 


LHO 


il 


'.aai 


<D>4 


NA 


H\ 


7 1 


D 3 


n n 


117 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


K\ 


Ji^ 


N^ 


N' 


NA 


^^ 


M 


a J 


am [-I'd! 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


N^ 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


0! 


CTTECCI 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1.1 


mxv? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


hJA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d-i 


IB/MVl 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


Id 


ta/Mvi 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


BltOIVl 


NA 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


01 


IIIBV] 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


IB3DVJ 


NA 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


IJA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


bd 


D»HV1 


NA 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


34 


Dcim^ 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


-17E7 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


lUJ 


naiv 


I.9II0 


aia 


7T9 P 


^DH 


HA 


NA 


-tiai 


JD 1 


N^ 


H\ 


l-ll 


L4>LZ?IE 


] iia 


LI9 


El 


'.aai 


HA 


N^ 


-m 


ID 4 


N^ 


H\ 


437 


(]7rL]q{ 


ittrn 


tvi 


1 IDD 


DJ]2> 


HA 


NA 


!S7 


Ull 


N^ 


H\ 


1 Id 


OfZI^IE 


liia 


[ftT 


] UD 


on 17 


HA 


NA 


lUD 


D.CI 


HA 


H\ 


1 14 


aiiTb^iE 


12ID 


74Q 


117 D 


DJ1I9 


HA 


NA 


T- 


4 


N^ 


H\ 


IDI 


LV!I?7 


-13UI 


[S7 


J7BD 


on 17 


JJA 


NA 


sn 


7. [4 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 


C7r!m7 


1 iX 


IDI 


1 I'D 


DJlll 


HA 


NA 


744 


4.41 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ID 


ai'!m7 


I.CID 


\t-' 


IID 


'.aai 


HA 


NA 


-■T 


7flH 


N^ 


H\ 


D-ll 



artenbaHIOi 



tafeimiin 



Table \-l 
Otidaliua-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


rnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtlBU 


^'■iNILnlf 


N D1 N'drLU 




CRF 


BulDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


\rBly4Kal 
■Ii:4I>.kI 




!ij'rii^i» 


HP& m 


CKHUH 
E3iJ.2l 


CIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


i:illD» 
^''■■JDJ'i 


SM'II"* 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


Mr'L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr'L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


■rl. 


ujGni] 


OliUKIl 


IJD 


HZ 


DIM 2 


'ODi 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


■iO.S 


<DEII 


3-4 


a 1 


dl'LH'UI 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


fiA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


DHJ 


UHIL-I'dl 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


a; 


HIVLTXII 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


UA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


oa 


[illVU? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


HA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


01 


UHIKXI? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


HA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


1 


I»3DV? 


HA 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


aa 


DMirkV? 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


1 


lU^AJ 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


HA 


NA 


N' 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


11 


iB/sm 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


3B 


dVO^XIJ 
'VI'L'f.?'' 


N^ 


N' 


Nl 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


H\ 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


-Ul 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


D£4 
D II 


niri-Mi'' 


Til 


S? 


^DDDI 


1 1 


-y'l 


N^ 


]4".1 


<li 


NA 


H\ 




4I> 


DTf.^ 


Lunrr 


ill III: 


^^ 


N^ 


111 


< 1 


i-A 


M 


D^l 


Si! 


LHA 


^DDDDJ 


D.TS1 


X^ 


NA 


lif 


D3ri] 


NA 


H\ 


1 II 


OfZI^J 


m 


91.2 


D.DDM 


DJUI 


HA 


NA 


\trl 


D4B} 


NA 


H\ 


D74 


DIITbVIE 


J cm 


11 1.2 


D-DDS^ 


ODJ^ 


HA 


NA 


-11 


• •in 


NA 


H\ 


D44 


n/jovi 


IdlD 


T4.9 


D.unj3 


0.\trJ 


HA 


NA 


-U 


D3U 


NA 


H\ 


DD4 


ai/iiii 


E9Z 


EA^ 


lumiT 


D.9I> 


H\ 


NA 


Tl 


• •Xi 


NA 


H\ 


D41 


'Vl/illl 


9)'' 


14 


DDI43D 


DXifF? 


HA 


N^ 


-E 


n»4 


NA 


H\ 


Dll 


I.\II21VI 


Vii 


SD 


lUKIDI 


lUU 


HA 


NA 


-IT 


D.4I 


NA 


H\ 


D 


(414 Xll 


ZVIQ 


N' 


N' 


10.2 


HA 


NA 


N' 


< J 


N^ 


H\ 


N' 


JIIGI^ 1^ 


(Ltd Ml} 


HID 


LHO 


DU79 


^aoi 


<D4» 


N^ 


N' 


37 


rOEU 


H 


D 1 


IJCLbV^ 


N^ 


N' 


Nl 


IIA 


HA 


NA 


-217 J 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


D2i 


Qll\iV<' 


<IEL 


LIE 


DOU 


lOi 


HA 


NA 


-M7S 


n 


NA 


H\ 


f 


l»LmiE 


1 IIH 


ti.i 


<DDDJ 


D.U 


H\ 


NA 


-2J1 


177 


NA 


H\ 


DD 


a'^LA.^IE 


1 IIK> 


L3.T 


<DDau 


D.U 


HA 


NA 


IB? 


]| ? 


NA 


H\ 


DI> 


DCZmiE 


134 


Lbr 


ami D 


<DDS 


HA 


UA 


IB7 


4.7^ 


NA 


H\ 


f 


DIIVkVIE 


1 im 


TI.3 


D.DUD 


on 17 


HA 


NA 


I4D 


11 a 


NA 


H\ 


Oil 


i»a>?7 


1 lOI 


< lU 


D.DDU 


D.3I 


HA 


N^ 


-ICQ 


LJ.2D 


NA 


H\ 


D? 


07^2197 


3i] 


LU 


D.D17 D 


null 


HA 


N^ 


-114 


ID-^D 


NA 


H\ 


OH 


□czm? 


i-f 


Lll 


uavnt 


•tn2i 


HA 


N^ 


-HI 


LD-fiD 


NA 


H\ 


Da 


JJIGI^ IC 




] 3IN] 


3ha 


i 1 


^aoi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


Ifi 


D iir 


i 


D 1 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


H\ 


H\ 


NA 


-I.L 


NA 


NA 


H\ 


D J7 


01IW}<' 


J LID 


4U7 


Ibl 


li 


HA 


NA 


-LIE 1 


no 


NA 


H\ 


Dll 


l»Lmj 


Vii 


J 14 


la 


id IC 


HA 


NA 


JI^.L 


<7 


NA 


H\ 


DHZ 


DTri'F.^J 


IVIQ 


^U 


D14D 


'QDL 


HA 


hJA 


Hi 


■tiAa 


NA 


H\ 


DIE 


DCZmiE 


] 3iO 


3U 


D.M4D 


'DDI 


HA 


HA 


Hi 


»D 


NA 


H\ 


D74 


DIITb^d 


437 


4nE 


lUD 


DUITt 


HA 


I4A 


-ra 


131 


NA 


H\ 


127 


lO/JOVI 


1 JflU 


JMS 


J3ID 


DJI» 


HA 


NA 


c 


3D.2D 


NA 


H\ 


Did 


D'/ilVI 


Zf^n 


^IQ 


l-UD 


'DDI 


HA 


NA 


Ul 


7D.'iD 


NA 


H\ 


DUE 


Diiaiq? 


■lai 


317 


57 D 


^DDI 


HA 


NA 


-^s 


3^.9 D 


NA 


H\ 


D4] 


UIGWIT 


Dli4»m 


1 im 


< lO 


DnDF 


''2 


<nii 


N^ 


N' 


4! 


<DEII 


<D1 


74 


114' 1^4 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


]97JI 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


4UD 


oiniv 


42'H 


11 


D.DDa3 


lf.T9 


HA 


NA 


■31B 


4J 


NA 


H\ 


427 


l»L-iqiE 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


DOH 


7! 


HA 


NA 


N' 


37 


NA 


H\ 


N' 


(iT'imiE 


< im 


< ID 


D.DD3I 


7 92 


HA 


NA 


3S 


3IE.TD 


NA 


H\ 


6tiO 


CLtai^d 


1 im 


< ID 


^DDDDJ 


ba C 


HA 


hJA 


3ri] 


31.2 D 


NA 


H\ 


lib 


DI'^TVIE 


< im 


< ID 


DDZ^D 


797 D 


HA 


NA 


7 ED 


3^.2 D 


NA 


H\ 


42Z 


\0/ilVI 


< im 


< ID 


D.DDS 


74F D 


HA 


NA 


IB! 


3^JID 


NA 


H\ 


1 13 


ni/iini 


r lOI 


< ID 


lumis 


7 4^ D 


HA 


NA 


401 


31.4 D 
3fia 


NA 


H\ 


m? 


ai/iifii 


4^] 


^ EDJ 


0022 


7 3fi D 


HA 


NA 


3tJ 


NA 


H\ 


1 1" 


JIIGI^ IB 


□CDKIl 


m 


< ID 


DVI 


D-l 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


S 


<UEII 


DU 


D^ 


□cim'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


NA 


HA 


NA 


]^A 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


127 


Diniv 


1 im 


< ID 


DOD3 


7-1 


HA 


NA 


73? 


Ob 


NA 


H\ 


14a 


IVL-md 


< im 


< ID 


DOD3 


\tl 


HA 


NA 


isi.r 


7i 


NA 


H\ 


439 


(iT'imiE 


1 im 


< ID 


DOD! 


7DI C 


HA 


NA 


3D> 


t<i.2D 


NA 


H\ 


1 19 


(Ltai^iE 


< IIK> 


< ID 


<DDau 


7 13 C 


HA 


NA 


41? 


^''.^D 


NA 


H\ 


la 


DI'ZTVB 


< im 


< ID 


DAI 14 


7QC C 


HA 


NA 


130 


filUID 


NA 


H\ 


174 


\0/ilVI 


1 IIK> 


< ID 


DADJI 


7 31 C 


HA 


NA 


HI 


'il.4D 


NA 


H\ 


■S" 


ni/imi 


r im 


< ID 


2.3nDD 


771 D 


HA 


NA 


4 ED 


C7.LD 


NA 


H\ 


IIB 


Di/iini 


IL7 


^ L4»l 


lunsL 


71*1 D 


HA 


NA 


3U 


'iD.7D 


NA 


H\ 


IKE 



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Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 

Nim< 


Dife 


InM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrtUu 


^'■iNILnlf 


N Di N'drUr 




CRF 


IiUiDih 


SBllUr 


TOC 




■1iII>rKl 




!^ft<010 


HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C31I.2I 


CIS3 ■■ 

.■;*'>o* 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


1:11 10» 
^''■■JIU'i 


SM'II"* 


L'iC^l 1 




l^'J- 


UW/L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr'L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ 1.1. 


■ IT. 


UIGI^ \9 


OliUKll 


lE-UlO 


4^0 


iJ 


'0 0^ 


<D>4 


N^ 


N' 


Id 


<DIII 


39 


a: 


Of LI?'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


N^A 


NA 


-\trli 


NA 


HA 


H\ 


a 10 


ai/tiv 


11. EDO 


1-1? 


r Q 


D.I2 


tJA 


HA 


1! 


It 


NA 


H\ 


DP 


HKUqiE 


7T4I1 


VtD 


4 1 


IIIA 


tJ^ 


NA 


-in J 


Z7 


N^ 


H\ 


(17 


D7f l^.?IE 


^1-ID 


CIQ 


I4»D 


4>l]7] 


HA 


HA 


311 


39.9 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DJO 


ocm.viE 


D13D 


CilT 


DUD 


onu 


HA 


HA 


311 


fiUI D 


N^ 


H\ 


D39 


airZTVIE 


4.170 


413 


mo 


onii 


HA 


liA 


-!E 


J.12 


N^ 


H\ 


029 


L4>a>?7 


7 0IIQ 


415 


rt »D 


onii 


HA 


HA 


.S 


41.2 D 


HA 


H\ 


DUE 


ailT!/}-! 


1 33D 


«M 


47 D 


^DDI 


HA 


liA 


.ID 


4UI D 


N^ 


H\ 


D 11 


atiiivi 


ll.'iDD 


T7E 


9 1 C 


(UlU 


HA 


NA 


.J3 


3D.ri D 


N^ 


H\ 


Oil 


JIIGI^VI 


'kllllThHI} 


1 lOI 


' I1» 


^"(■4 


D.9I 


<0>4 


N^ 


N' 


\2 


'(1D4 Ul 


1 


(1 1 


^kirai?'' 


N^ 


M 


N' 


N^ 


X^ 


N^ 


.L4I1 1 


■3 


N^ 


M 


IJ 


iiirai?'' 


1 lOI 


' lU 


Nl 


3 1 


HA 


N^ 


nrF.4 


N^ 


Nl 


L4 


L4>a>?{ 


< l«l 


' 1" 


N' 


IS 


HA 


N^ 


44'' 


12 


:-A 


M 


Oil 


C'rzmiE 


1 IIXI 


^ lU 


D.DDI4 


£13 C 


HA 


NA 


177 


HA D 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


OCZmiE 


< IIH 


^ lO 


'.aVOi 


215 D 


HA 


NA 


3ID 


Zl.'i D 


N^ 


H\ 


DII 


DIIBVIE 


< im 


^ ID 


DDSID 


2f9 D 


HA 


NA 


VI 


li.i D 


N^ 


H\ 


D 1? 


n/ani 


1 IIK> 


^ ID 


D.DD37 


lU 


HA 


UA 


311 


30.7 D 


N^ 


H\ 


(]-■ 


tlll13VI 


< im 


^ ID 


a/m' 


£U C 


HA 


NA 


\i! 


U.1 D 


N^ 


H\ 


025 


taiiivi 


1 lEOJ 


^ IDJ 


OffH 


£IO C 


HA 


N^ 


i2 


U.L C 


N^ 


H\ 


ai 




DI3IV1 


aiflDD 


lUH r 


b 3 


^aoi 


<noi 


N^ 


N' 


<U1 


<UIII 


29 


c ■ 


D13I4U 


zuna 


\^Do 1 


^ 3 


^DDl 


<0I1 


NA 


N' 


<D1 


<DIII 


HE 


H\ 


D»3IV1 


iTm 


3.7 ]C 


^ 3 


^D 1 U 


lOXlV 


N^ 


N' 


1 1 U 


'DIMU 


3t7 


H\ 


oi'ai?'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


NA 


-1131 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


D4> 


aim.?^ 


i^,Tiia 


2fS\ 


1 IE 


D.3H 


HA 


NA 


-717 


< 1 


N^ 


H\ 


nil 


HbU^B 


a^DD 


lAlX 


i 1 


D.4! 


HA 


NA 


-LIU 


<U1 


N^ 


H\ 


dAb 


oi'ima 


nan 


3JKI 


I7ID 


DJIIJ 


HA 


NA 


12J 


D.17 


HA 


H\ 


DTI 


lOKlVi 


1Z.9CD 


3.1d4 


■-IDD 


DJlll 


HA 


liA 


-HI 


U3C1 


N^ 


H\ 


D4I 


ni^-TB^i 


iD-ina 


3.2KI 


DDID 


D.(l! 


HA 


NA 


Ibi 


D.I! 


N^ 


H\ 


DP 


VIT!'}-! 


1 73D 


lA)ka 


?Ud 


(Ull? 


HA 


NA 


41 J 


DIL? 


N^ 


H\ 


1 20 


aiiiAfn 


27.3HI 


If-iO 


IIBD 


<D4»Di: 


HA 


NA 


447 


'OlDII 


N^ 


H\ 


19 


atiiAvi 


b-LDD 


3.1 IC 


134D 


'(IDL 


HA 


N^ 


.70 


<DI 


N^ 


H\ 


D4] 




uniina 


HUHn 


I.HH 


17 


^(IDl 


'Dia 


NA 


N' 


<ns 


<DIII 


15 


ai 


ai/ma 


lUICC 


I.JDd 


IJ 


^(IDl 


1011 


N^ 


N' 


<D1 


rDm 


25 


H\ 


III'!!?'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


N^ 


HA 


N^ 


-ID 7 


N^ 


NA 


H\ 


Oil 


OltilV 


17. IDG 


1.47(1 


1 33 C 


D.M 


HA 


NA 


-1JH 


3 


N^ 


H\ 


D37 


HbZmiE 


luma 


U-IO 


4 1 


(UlU 


HA 


hJA 


-IBI/f 


1 i 


N^ 


H\ 


J J7 


ni/im\t 


dmo 


I.IH 


DKID 


(UIZI 


HA 


IJA 


iLa 


•HJ! 


N^ 


H\ 


D» 


omia 


7 IHQ 


i.nn 


DSD 


(U>7 


HA 


I4A 


111 


OlS! 


N^ 


H\ 


10 


m/j^it 


4.310 


i.jDd 


1 IID 


(Ulll 


HA 


NA 


14? 


UVi9 


N^ 


H\ 


025 


i»ai?7 


4470 


I.4BI 


IBID 


onif 


HA 


NA 


4IB 


O.S1D 


N^ 


H\ 


D4I 


"-•^HTI 


DUD 


u<ot\ 


rh-l?D 


on'i 


HA 


NA 


4LI 


•mo 


N^ 


H\ 


DUE 


"- JH.-J7 


J ViD 


9i\ 


liD 


O.H1 


HA 


NA 


IC4 


31.2 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DII 


UIGW23 


'L,'|^||J 


ZUhA 


22oa 


LI 


-OOi 


<aii 


NA 


N' 


ins 


^Dni 


C9 


(14 


(Ll'JIk?'' 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


HA 


NA 


.L1I 7 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


D 17 


II !'?!■?'' 


21.900 


LIH 


N' 


D.LI 


HA 


NA 


.|U4 


1 


NA 


H\ 


D 19 


I4>U?{ 


2I.VXI 


171(1 


N' 


Of« 


HA 


I4A 


-Ell 1 


9 J 


N^ 


H\ 


D74 


aT'iii^a 


2ra\xi 


I.7IM 


DUZD 


'DDIT 


HA 


NA 


117 


' LI7 


N^ 


H\ 


Oil 


Db^Ad 


2Z.TII0 


U-iO 


7U1D 


'(ID! 


HA 


IJA 


3I> 


<D13fi 


N^ 


H\ 


11 


DZDZVJ 


zz.'iDa 


l.bKI 


EID 


'(JDI 


HA 


NA 


lOO 


1 


NA 


H\ 


D» 


lOTlf?? 


21000 


U-X 


SID 


'ODII 


HA 


N^ 


3J7 


<01DL 


N^ 


H\ 


11 


OI/S11 


IIUDO 
4100 


iv-n 


7 7JD 


'•lot 


HA 


NA 


3IA 


n33i 


N^ 


H\ 


DI> 


i.im 


MID 


DJll'' 


HA 


NA 


.91 


D^l 


N^ 


H\ 


OSI 


UIGI^U 


OliDKIl 


1T4IQ 


rio 


OHE 


D.2I 


lOia 


NA 


N' 


n 


<DIII 


19 


(10 


ocnv 


N^ 


N' 


N' 


HA 


NA 


-Jl! 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


DP 


DI'U.?'' 


imD 


^H.3 


N' 


'Olf 


HA 


NA 


.07 


12 


N^ 


H\ 


DH 


HbHVIE 


1 27D 


^Jl 


N' 


'(JIM 


HA 


IJA 


-J94 


U 


N^ 


H\ 


1 7IE 


D7f?D.?IE 


ItbD 


t<i.i 


imD 


(UllQ 


HA 


NA 


31IE 


11.2 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DH9 


DbZZVIE 


9^1 


-12.1 


DT^D 


(] 174 D 


HA 


NA 


370 


3D.2C 


N^ 


H\ 


D 11 


D«>I?J 


tH! 


fil.! 


I99D 


£IL C 


HA 


NA 


I7J 


37.3 D 


N^ 


H\ 


DUZ 


n/svi 


1410 


U'A 


12D 


DJlll 


HA 


IJA 


3DI 


LOP D 


N^ 


H\ 


D47 


O/tJOVI 


J 310 


7111 


■llf D 


onsr 


HA 


HA 


3b 


lift D 


N^ 


H\ 


D40 


OCSDV? 


IIHO 


LJF 


^115 


i'y}i 


HA 


N^ 


.33 


f'l D 


N^ 


H\ 


041 



ElKerrdKr 7UD1 



tB%t 201120 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 



l.HDlkV 


Dife 


FnM 


Hll|[ll]EH 


MrlUu 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N Di N'drUr 




CRF 


IiUlDlh 


SBllUr 


TOC 


DmUval 


■li:4l>rKl 






HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C3^l.!l 


PHHDI 
CIS3 ■■ 


ESIIDn 


rtH 




i:iiio» 

^''■■JIU'i 


5M'9I''» 


eita J 




l^'J- 


MF^L 


JDI'L 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


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noii 


DAI 


<D>4 


N^ 


Ml 


JCHI 


-1I(L| 


19 


09 


aiiO^xu 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OOi 


'dia 


N^ 


N' 


Jill 


^^ 


M 


Zl 


LZidZUI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


C 13 J- 


<OOI UJ 


NA 


N' 


TL 


N^ 


H\ 


Ld 


ii/aiiaj 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


02 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


T! 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IBBVJ 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


D.31 


<D4» 


HA 


N' 


M 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


oUnvi 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


D-fiS 


<noi 


HA 


N' 


J3I» 


N^ 


H\ 


OQ 


CTTIIfil 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


DAI 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


S4» 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


air L 1X1 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


DAT 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


)[■» 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


01/ ilia J 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


D.^1 


<OOI Hi 


NA 


N' 


S4» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


LZiOI'd? 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


'OOi 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


21 


Oq^KkXl? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


o.ti 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


JS4» 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


Oq^LOfi? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


0.11 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


JS4» 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr 7UD1 



iBfftlblllKI 



Table \-l 
Otidaliua-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HlLkM 


Dife 


FnM 


HlB|[ll]EH 


HrllBU 


^'■iNIUlIf 


N Di N'drUr 




CRF 


EulDlh 


SbIIUf 


TOC 


OtJUen 


■1i:4l>rKl 






HP& ]Ti 


CKHUH 
C31I.2I 


PHHDI 
PI13 ■■ 


E^ion 


rtU 


I^KHUL 


HMKll'/ 

^''■■jni'i 


SM'II"* 


irita J 




l^'J- 


M>^L 


atii. 


mi^L 


mr^L 


niBVL 


ru^ 


malL 


■11- 


■ 1.3- 


■r1- 




•Ib/aiiai 


7QUD 


37CH 


Dm 


<!.l 


i iJ 


N^ 


N' 


Qd 


<O.III 


^9 


d7 


amn\i 


JQUD 


]]«] 


71 


IS 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


QT 


<O.III 


4D 


d? 


ifitbm 


HD 


H\ 


D-19 


lb 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


ta 


^um 


N' 


d ■ 


IHIZ4I 


JEUD 


H\ 


H\ 


t 


•iUta 


NA 


H\ 


QL 


<4>lll 


N' 


oa 


(IIVL^XU 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


D.1H 


•iUta 


HA 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


N' 


d ■ 


ti/viiaj 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


l-l 


•iUta 


HA 


N' 


bl 


NA 


H\ 


d7 


iB/iinj 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


1 IbJ- 


•iaa \si 


NA 


N' 


tn 


N^ 


H\ 


0! 


nrkmni 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


37 


an? 


NA 


N' 


74 


NA 


H\ 


d-l 


Ob-DHll 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


H, 


CUT 


NA 


N' 


TT 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


01/ Ilia J 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


li 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


"i 


N^ 


H\ 


a J 


ti/tma! 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


31 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


oo 


tnniia! 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3H 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


79 


N^ 


H\ 


1 




(IThUIII^ 


1 lOI 


TIKi 


OlWfi 


1 1 


a IT 


N^ 


N' 


4! 


'i'HI 


3 J 


(1-14 


ai/j^KM 


1 lOI 


HIO 


29 


1 1 


■-DI4 


N^ 


N' 


411 


-ll(L| 


34 


II 1 


[SLTXU 


1 IIXJ 


H\ 


aifi 


3i 


CEOI 


N^ 


N' 


4C 


^um 


H\ 


d? 


011114 ■41 


< IIK] 


H\ 


H\ 


3H 


d 19 


NA 


N' 


39 


<DIII 


H\ 


dl 


oi/pity 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3ir 


cm 


NA 


N' 


4d 


N^ 


H\ 


oa 


ti/viiaj 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3 1 


d 11 


NA 


N' 


Id 


N^ 


H\ 


ai 


oaiMii 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3.7 bJ- 


<Da uj 


NA 


N' 


4P 


N^ 


H\ 


0! 


oUnxii 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


li 


do? 


N^ 


N' 


4C 


N^ 


H\ 


d-i 


D»IZVI 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


31 


on 


NA 


N' 


■Ut 


N^ 


H\ 


d ■ 


I^OIV? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3S 


D.I 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


«rii«? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


37 


DDB9 


N^ 


N' 


44 


N^ 


H\ 


d^ 


iCOCI^ Id? 


OfLlfi} 


''SID 


Tiao 


1.1 


D.3J 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4'i 


lO-DI 


3 J 


d 1 


aivL^xu 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDl 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


14 


N^ 


H\ 


d 1 


IIH'Lllll 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OU UJ 


D7DbJ- 


NA 


N' 


J2 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


ur-ufFXii 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D 1 


0.1 


N^ 


N' 


4H 


NA 


H\ 


aa 


D» 1 IV 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


am 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


\i 


N^ 


H\ 


LD 




orkDixii 


1 im 


1 T 


'.nan 


Q7 


d 34 


NA 


N' 


Si 


^UDl 


<D1 


ni7 


ai/iiiai 


I4D 


ID 


".o-aa 


EI 


d 11 


N^ 


N' 


HI 


lI'DI 


3.7 


d 1 


oi/iiiai 


IJD 


17 


".o-aa 


E] 


d 1^ 


N^ 


N' 


ai 


^UDl 


3.1 


H\ 


lil7'" 


1 llH 


H\ 


".o-aa 


TIT 


dM! 


N^ 


N' 


1! 


N^ 


M 


0! 


(IIIIL^UU 


1 im 


H\ 


H\ 


3-1 


II 13 


N^ 


N' 


3'i 


N^ 


M 


Q! 




N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


4H 


<l3>4 


N^ 


N' 


a 


N^ 


H\ 


I3 7IE 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


T] 


^l3>4 


N^ 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


n/ai*\j 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


T-l 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


1! 


N^ 


H\ 


d7 


tpuivaj 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


3IEbJ- 


•iaa \si 


NA 


N' 


3^ 


NA 


H\ 


d 1 


DbDHll 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


QS 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


Id 


NA 


H\ 


db 


D»IZVI 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


T J 


<D>4 


NA 


N' 


1! 


NA 


H\ 


1 


IZ4HV? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


N^ 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


LZiO^Xl? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


7t 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


1! 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IJifClfl? 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


7 3]- 


D IE I- 


NA 


N' 


1^ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


cnri^xi? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


J7 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


4C 


NA 


H\ 


1 




CLilUlfil 


S4ID 


\<<a J 


D-IT 


D.T4 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


4T 


<O.III 


3.] 


d7 


OMUXU 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D.36 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


IL 


N^ 


H\ 


D-l 


IZiDIXll 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^DDl 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


\'i 


NA 


H\ 


d J 


I^IIVI 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


"IIS Uf 


•iaa \si 


NA 


N' 


3d 


N^ 


H\ 


d ■ 


nrkDHii 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


0.3^ 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


n 


N^ 


H\ 


d7 


D»IIVI 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


\ 


•iUta 


IJA 


N' 


4-1 


N^ 


H\ 


D-l 


IZOIV? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D.3T 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


ID 


o^rioxj? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D.M 


•iUta 


N^ 


N' 


Id 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


iJOCil^ Id J 

MJPDUIDl?.^ 

Hj'PIZIKUI^ 
fIDGAIDICL 

fIDGI^ I"JCL 
]|j'PD3 IIKU3A 

FJIMil^ l"JCL 




431 ID 


aid 


91 


^QDl 


■-nnj 


NA 


N' 


^"1 

IL 


^UDl 


!A 1* 


Ci3^ 
d 3 


43INI 


aio 


T 3 


DOTi 


■-Cilrt 


N^ 


N' 


aivzix]} 


-KHNI 


aio 


TO 


^UUl 


n-OlhS 


N^ 


Ml 


Id 


-4>Cl| 


ID 


M 


LZTLKU 


II4N> 


IMl 


114 


'QDl 


<DU1 


NA 


N' 


Id 


<O.III 


31 


a: 


LZTLKU 


imo 


ViD 


1 


'QDl 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


Id 


<DIII 


3-1 


H\ 


LZmUI 


ISID 


UD 


19 


N^ 


fJA 


DD27 


N' 


9JIH 


^DiHi: 


3IE 


H\ 


UI1IL4XU 


-14UD 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDl 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


41 


^um 


H\ 


dl 


'IVVfXU 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDl 


^DIO 


NA 


N' 


] 2 


N^ 


H\ 


ntr! 


(IIVL^XU 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDl 


^DIO 


N^ 


N' 


At- 


N^ 


H\ 


d" 


mrny 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^C 1 UJ 


<D4» Hi 


^DDl Ul 


N' 


}] 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D»IDQ] 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'QDl 


<D4» 


NA 


N' 


i 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IZDZVI 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDl 


•iUta 


NA 


N' 


7 7 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


oauvi 


NA 


H\ 


H\ 


^DDi ur 


<0OI UJ 


NA 


N' 


1 1 


N^ 


H\ 


d J 


OtbECdl 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^QDi ur 


< Dm UJ 


N^ 


N' 


!'■ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^IHVL-IM! 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^ c ] i:j 


<D>4 


^DDl UJ 


Ml 


T 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 



ElKerrdKr 3UD^ 



tofePBlN 



Table \-l 
Otid Jliuo-I' Ed lk4 IDB fDrDDiELfri 

Ti CHh jDd Tt jlEr S jnp Ic HcijIIi 



S--PI-B 

l.HllkM 


Dife 


rnM 


M iBiiiiiEH 1 M rtla u 


Ti'BlNIUlIf 


H HI Ndrnr 




CRF 


&UIDlh 


SdIIUf 


TOC 


DnHvol 


■1iII>rKl 




^ij'riDiih 


rnn m 


CKHUH 
C3^l.7l 


PHHDI 
PIS3 ■■ 


E3IID'> 


rtU 


i:nD.a 


1:11 10» 

^''■■JDJ'i 


PM"II*<> 


irita 1 




l^'J- 


M.^L 


JDI'L 


□H^L 


mr^L 


nuVL 


ru^ 


ma/L 


■11. 


■ l.L 


mWL 


hlDGI^ Id J 

]UIHH4M(]]3B 
iJDGI^ lUICL 


•Ib/aiKI! 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 


^OD^ 


^0>4 


N^ 


N' 


JH 


N^ 


N' 


ao 


ob/tmaj 


HA 


N' 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0D1 


HA 


N' 


11 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


□b-OI'dl 


N^ 


N' 


H\ 


^oi r 


<0D1 


<nDS ^ 


N' 


itr 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


D£[l«l 


N^ 


Nl 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0D1 


HA 


N' 


ai 


N^ 


H\ 


0^ 


JM>H]? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0D1 


NA 


N' 


'iO.S 


N^ 


H\ 


1 


I^BV? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


NA 


HA 


HA 


N' 


am 


NA 


H\ 


1 i 


D«BV? 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<noi 


liA 


N' 


'H 


N^ 


H\ 


Od 


DM»«? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


ai 


NA 


H\ 


OD 


nasn\i 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


IDII 


N^ 


N' 


D7 


N^ 


H\ 


Utr 


iJDGI^ Id? 

MJPD3TID1K 
■ IOa<* 1091 L 

HiPHI 1 JOI 1 A 
FJECI^ MISTL 

)UPD3IID73A 


ab/oiiai 


JT4ID 


31D0 


T> 


^OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


70 


01" 


4.9 t* 


ID 


ui/iiiai 


Sim 


37DO J 


3.E 


^OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


JCt 


Ol'r 


^ ! 


1 


oi/iiiai 


JS4ID 


3100 J 


4-1 


^OD^ 


^0>4 


N^ 


Ml 


JCt 


D1>E 


'1 1 


H\ 


ni'iiii} 


ZTTilO 


lUO 


7 J 


'H lU 


^IIIIIU 


N^ 


Ml 


J3I 


^DDIi: 


1 1 


H\ 




mio 


JIIXI 


U 


''ID^ 


■"Olhl 


N^ 


Ml 


H 


14 


'1! 


0? 


SI ID 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


'iO.S 


rODI 


H\ 


] 


ami 141 


7I4ID 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0D1 


NA 


N' 


lOS 


^DDI 


H\ 


H\ 


ami 141 


JIID 


H\ 


H\ 


N^ 


^A 


los r 


N' 


lOJl 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


QI-VfXU 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


<nii 


NA 


N' 


7-1 


N^ 


H\ 


OQ 


1]ilPI4I 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<UI1 


NA 


N' 


St 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


L!illZ<]l 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<nii 


N^ 


N' 


1 


N^ 


H\ 


04 


OB^m^i 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


!2 


N^ 


H\ 


0? 


oUnvi 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


13 


N^ 


H\ 


OD 


Dll l« 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OOS 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


Ob 


N^ 


H\ 


t d 


D£ 1 1« 1 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD3 


<noi 


IJA 


N' 


QT 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


IZiDMl? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


<OD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


NA 


N^ 


H\ 


OD 


IBBV? 


HA 


H\ 


H\ 


NA 


^A 


NA 


N' 


19 


N^ 


H\ 


0'' 


msv? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


31 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


UlidKl? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


37 


N^ 


H\ 


01 


n/ai*\i 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^ODJ UJ 


1 Dm uj 


NA 


N' 


N^ 


N^ 


H\ 


07 


OH'BXIJ 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


<0>4 


N^ 


N' 


» 


N^ 


H\ 


0-4 


iJIHil^ IU3 

)UPiaua]3^ 

TUPIHI 1 J(]]3 ^ 

HJP 1 JOK22.\ 
FlDGmOICL 

hIDGnJDCL 

HIIH»3DH>!3A 
hlDDW IDEL 

Hj'Piatnii^ 

fIDGI^ I"ICL 


ur-uz<]} 


!9Kl 


i.iao 


3 3 


^OD^ 


^D>4 


N^ 


N' 


ii 


(lOD 


J 1+ 


0? 


IIVUII} 


av> 


no 


HI"' 


D.OII 


<0>4 


N^ 


Ml 


JJII 


-IhiM 


'itr 


07 


QI-VfXU 


iin 


3A)Oa 


7.3 


'OD^ 


^0>4 


N^ 


Ml 


4- 


M 


4'' 


O" 


1.01 ID 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


<0>4 


NA 


N' 


11 


^"m 

N^ 


H\ 


0? 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


'OD^ 


^0>4 


N^ 


N' 


TTi 


H\ 


01 


aii'1^41 


N^ 


H\ 


H\ 


^OD^ 


<noi 


NA 


N' 


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FiI0aIi fEBj li ■< dtoDkhl untb ItJKjIed v "Total' ndir !■ n.hnnd [utann Ik mill lard ^rrq^L^ 



ElKerrdKr an^ 



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APPENDIX B 
Sile Investigation Report Screening Level ExceEdance Figures 



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ri'T-Ho IW J- 




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1,100 


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LEGL.\D 

• LTTD5BDI Phii&c I - SniL SinnpLc La^aliun 

A WH1A5B0I Hhdsc t -SDi|^ill!!raii|)cliAa|cr 
Gr^b Sjiirp |c E-QCJitian 

■ LTTDSBDT Hhii&c 1 - Sa\[ SiDnpLc La^aliun 

• E195BflJ Chiisc 2 - ^ lL .nd rrTDLiiidwtilrr 

IJTiib Sjinji Li: LtiLalmii 

4 EBEliWIDS Grim I'd w^ La* MuiuLiimi^ 
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510 



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{Coilmir \ntava[ ■ 5 ltd) 

Prrsidin Bli±c Map 

[■'iirmcr Molur I'uul Sliiii.l[irc 
/ind Fdoi Li iiLiiliLiii Number 

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[dcoliliiuiliun Numbir 



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V j| uc Libii .;: iLrcfli mi^ Li?.i:l 
VjiLucbdaw hjchiui]" [c\':[ 
NoldclcLlcd 



TPH SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEE DANCES IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D - 3 FEET) 



TreadwellSJMIo 



- VliI iK^ in p ink Jirc 
Libu 44: M.r<cii mg |cvcl& 
D^Lj QuaLilicTa 

TPHg - TuLjL Pclr4jLi:uni H>iliuLjrbiini ul GlIii Line 
TPhd -TauLfclrnLcuin lJ>ilin[jirbuns.is DiiicL 
TPHfo -TolaL PclrnLcum H>ii-iiiiirljiin» fl» Kud Oil 



Nolcs 

Hi:iLi]l^ rcpaiTcd in nnlLigraiiE/ki Lagran Im^gl. 

[JaU qualifiers juc prcHaili:d m JkbLcC-l 

HonTiinuL [Jalimi NA[J?7,CA Suic I'Lanc 
Couid lihIcs, Zaac i, &cl 




Presidio Trust 

3A Giaham SIfbeiI 

PD Bax2Wi52 

San Francrsca, CA 

&4 129-1)05? 

415l5G1-53ffl) 

Tax 415I5E1-5315 

Decern bar 20 !)5 

FIGURE B-1 




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Ma b'5 

TPHfa fifl 



1 

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LEC£ND 

• LTTUSBlll PlHi: L -S411I ?hjiiiji k' Lin Jliim 

• 60aA5aDI Hlui^c k - S411 L and l^r4iiiiidMiilD' 

Gr^b SionpLc Laialiau 

■ LTTUsBD? Pho&c ? - Soi L ShJinp |c E-oulIudi 

• BBSBlia fliJic ? - Suil and GriiunJ wnln 

i'ajh ^mpLc L4iiiiliiiii 

', MDCWIDS G'D LDi dealer M 411] iliimig 
ft'cLL Locflliiiii 



629 



610 



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f''iiniKj Muliir I'iwL Slmclilic 
.Hid Idcu Li EuLiLiii Number 

fHiElinp Slmcluri: jnd 
IdaitiluBtum Number 



[dcplb m feci] 



Bassna [SS] |5fl]-DLi- - LhipLioic SamjiLc 

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VaIoc Jibuvc HJitCli in.n Icvri 
VjIlic lji:Liiw i4Tccii in ^ level 
Nul dclrclcd 



7PH SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEEDANCES IN DEEP SOIL 

t > 3 FEET) 



TreadwellSJMIo 



VjiIuc^ in pmk ari: .ibuvc 
Hjciannp kvcls 



^PHg -TdUI fclnilnim I lydniuubim ? .is GL&ulinc 
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NqIk: 

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E>aU q Hjlincn .irc pic&oilcd m IjiblcC-l 

Hnriainiliil Diiliun. NAD ?7, CA Siflic Pliinc 




Presidio Trust 

34 Graham ^FBEil 

PO &JX2905? 

San Fianwicu, CA 

94129-1X152 

41&561-53D0 

fax 415J5B1-5315 

DBCBmbBr2!Ki5 

FIGURE B-2 




LEGHLND 

• LIT [J5 an I ["liLii: I -S^id SjiTTipIc L4iijiiiiiTi 

A ^MASaai PhjLK t -Sud^dl^iuunilwjilcr 
Ginb Sionp Lc Loc^lion 

■ LlTD9fHl7 Ph/i^icl -Sad SionpLc Fjioilian 

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^ UHDWIOS Orouiid ^iil4:r MomUumg 
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CZ9 



610 



Sludj' Arcj Iki Lindjri' 

TcjpD]!iJipli[c Canlalir 
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l^'iirmu Miiliir finiL Sim [ lure 
.iikI IdailiriuLiuii Number 

Esisliiip Slmcluit and 
fd cull f [cation Number 






VjLucs m pink .u^c iibiR'c 
icrccninL" LcvcLl 



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l( I J,3-tdlP - lndcnn< 1 ,3,1-c^l PiTaic 



ScrcL^oLDir LltvcLi: 
ii|ji|A-0fi5mB/kB 
&{A\V- OOtSms^p 
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Blkll'- ObSmj/ki! 
D<ii,h|A- tflmi^f 
I^J.-W^lf-OtL^mp/lF 



VijLlic jbuvc iciccranp LcvcL 
VliLli;: bcLuw wrccnrnp LcvcL 
Niil dclcLlcd 



PAH SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEE DANCES IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D- 3 FEET) 



TreadwellSJMIo 



NulE. 

Hci LiLls rcpoTlcd in m [LLigrama'k [Lngram {mp/kp ] 

L>aU quMi ficp. drc priacnicd inT.ibLcC-5 

HunzunuL LUum NAU ?7, CA Suic f Liuic 
Conrd indici, /unc5, feci 




Presidio Trust 

34 iBiaham Blraol 

PO Box 29052 

San FrantTiCiJ, CA 

04129-1)052 

415;561-53I1Q 

lax 41&5E1-5315 

DB::ambBf 2IHI5 

FIGURE B-3 




LEGEND 

• LTTUSam flHic I - Suil ?^nTp Lc Lin Jliiin 

A S11IA3SD1 Phuc \ - Suil and Ijimindwiilcr 
Gab SdnpLc Lauitian 

■ LTtUSBH? fhascl- Sa\[ S<.iiii|] Lc Locjiti'aii 

• tlfl5Bll4 Phjic?- Soil and Gtd [nid*jilcr 

1 jrab SjjnpLc LoLLiliiin 

4 aiKlWIDS Gimaidwalcr M4ID Llunng 



_ _ _ _ Sludy Ar::<i ttuLDiikry 

1 iijiu^TiipliLC Cun liiur 
^ {Ccnliiiir lnlcrvflL ^ frcll 



PrcEidiii E1ji£c Map 

l''iirTnu MiiiLT I'dh L Slnidurc 
and Idcu LiriLaLiuii Number 

EsiEling Slnurluit and 
Idoililicaliiin Numb it 



[dcplb in feci] 



fli5sa>3 PI imrm- - 



Hiajl- 



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6Za 



Uuplicalc 
Sampli: 



S<a|A-0tL5mp/lp 
Ula)!'- 006Sm]j'l|! 
B<blF - tiS me/kg 



Value above strccnmg LcwL 
Value bcLoit jureaimg l&'cl 
Nol dclecled 



PAH SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEEDANCES IN DEEP SOIL 

( > 3 FEET) 



TreadwellSJMIo 



. Valuci m pink are aboVe 
iireening le%'eli 



C1D 



Ula|A - Sen^ii{a|AnlbraLene 
[l{a|f -UeujoialL^i'rene 
B|b|l'-Uen/oib|l'looranlbene 



Notes 

kcEli lli reporled in mi I ligram bjli lojiram Img'kgl , 

l>ala qualilieri are prewnled m J able f '-5 

Hon/oiilal Ualiim NAD ? 7, CA Stale Plane 
CoordmaLia, /luie^, fed 




Presidio Trust 

3A Gialiam SIfbeiI 

PD &JX2WI52 

San Francisoo, CA 

9412g-D{i5? 

41&5B1-53D0 

fax 4151561-5315 

DBMrnber 201)5 

FIGURE B-4 



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• LTTD5BDI Phn&c L -SiiiL Sjimplc Localun 

■ LTTIJ5HI17 fhjic?-^!! ShaiiT|ilc Lomliai 

Grab SioirpLc L4iulinii 

li 6MGWIII5 GroimdwLilcr Niini [loni^ 
WcLLLoLfllinii 



BID 



Sludy AiEJi ttu LDiikry 

Tapapajihic Con lour 
iCanlnur lnlnVflL ■ i KmII 

E'rcEiiljii U<i£c Map 

l''iirTnu Miiliir I'oii L Slmdilic 
and lili:nli iiLaliini Number 

(-3P£linp Slmcliiri: and 
Id nUiruDiau Number 







fdcplh m fcdl 






Coppc hi' ll 


Lhip Lieale 
SanrpLe 


Values m pml 


: arc above 
Tim]f Lncis 


HeSa-lD Nn 


leg 


ScrccolDK Lr 
Ca dim um 


1 7 


* 


Value dncdcd 


Cbr4imi um 
CuppiT 
Lrad 
NickrL 


L?0 
71 


* 


Naldeledr 


^d 



Niilei 

kriuLli itpurlrd m miLLi]!iaiiii'}:iLD]frani Im]^];] , 

■ Correlalmii LiHfficienI and fl ^ Ujiper Ciinfidenii: 
L4niil { UCLI analyi I ^ ibr 4jdm i um , 4.br4im i um , 
nipper, liiid, niekeL and zmi. mdieale iHicedamcs 
are nul Likely due lii icLeaies &iim MiiLiir FiwL 
H:livilieE<TiMdwrlL & HqLId, ?O0ii:j 

l>ala quaLifiers aic presenlrd inTabLcG-S 

Hmuiimal [Jalum NAD?7, CA SlalePlane 
Gourdmalc^ Aine i, trd 



METAL SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEE DANCES IN SHALLOW SOIL 

(D- 3 FEET) 




34 Gralam SIfbbI 

P □ Box 29052 

San fiancbi^n, CA 

M129-{H)52 

415l561-53ffl) 

fax 415J561-5315 

DBcambar 2{l!)5 

FIGURE B-5 




LEGHLND 



• LTTD5HIH PIlilHC L - S^llL ^TTTJl Ic L4XHllini 

A fllHIA5Bfll flidH I - SiilL .Old l!!r4iiiiMlwala- 
Giub S^impLc LacJiau 

■ LrTD5BllT Vhdic!- Sod ^mp Lc LocaluDi 

• 01950114 E'hiiic^- ^1 L .Hid rrniinidwiilcr 

Glib SjTupLi: L4J4jliiiii 

Well IcDilion 



fdcpUi m (Mil 



6Za 



610 



Slud J Aim Hnimdar)' 

Topagrajih ic Cnnlaur 
{Cmlinir tnlcr-al 5 F'ccl| 

EYcsidin fl.iic Mip 

Former Molur fiw I ^IruduTC 
jind tdcnli iiLiiliiin Number 

Eilisling Siriictiirc and 
[dcnli ficnliDii Number 



MMSM? f7n] f75]-DII -fJupLiulc Sample 
Z-i ib J- " .-. J -[faLjyitiLifJer 



Vflbe^ m pink aic abu ■■;: 'rtcfer Bi Niiica 
^circimi]" LffcLs 



Chr4iJii LLUii l?0 

CoppH- 4i 

Lead 500 

NickcL 71 



VaLLicdcl&acd 
Nnldelcclcd 



Noli:'. 

HiiLilli ri:piini:d m miLLi]!iimi/}:iLD]jram Im]^];] , 

■ CarrrLjImn LiHfPciciil and fl5^^ Upper Can fi den li: 
L4mil { UCLI andLy; I ^ rbr 4jdjn i Lim, 4.br4iTn i Lim , 
uippcr, liiid,nickcL and zmi. mdiciL^ cxLcrdanLcs 
jTi: iml Lik^Ly due In rcLcascs fiiim Mulnr fiwL 
flcliviliiE fJ^icjid wtLL & HnLlii, 200.1LJ 

Hfciij quaLilicrs aic prcscnicd in Tab Lc C-5 

Hun^nUl [JalLun NAU?7, CA SlalcPlanc 
Coaid Lmilci, Ainc i, ircl 



METAL SCREENING LEVEL 

EXCEEDANCES IN DEEP SOIL 

( > 3 FEET) 



TreadwellSJMIo 




PresLdio Trust 

34 Gralam SIibbL 

P Bax 23CI52 

San FTarciscn, CA 

415I5E1-53MI 

fax 415;561-5315 

DBCBmbBr?{l!)5 

FIGURE B-6 




EIDGW1DJ B42 
tPH 



I3JD2 ITJDZ-DLI 
-1ft 19 Z 



EH5PDI IZJD2 




hlUlBia 




^-a- : 




^- '^11 .11 !1 




'^m-:- - fl 




^Jf-t. J J 





6l1IS(^Z tfHi 12112 

UulBl9 

A^'seHfC iMft 

CnoTiDdii Nft 

Nod Kft 

TPH 

rftHg la V iM V 



flDGVriDZ 


B.ID2 


I2JD2 




pnuias 








flr^^-^ 


hft 


T^ 




C-'^ni dii 


'Ift 


3.a J 


- 


NC.S 


'1ft 


VI 




TPN 








TPtg 


■a' 


» \ 





QiMi' FipW Tiiii/ AiiTf A 




• LTTD5BDI Phn&c I -Sail SjimpLc Lacation 

A flOOASBDI Phi±c I - Sail iDid Orii mil] ajDct 
Grab Sump Lc Loul ion 

■ LTTD5BI1T Chjic ? - Sui I Sanrplc Lnnjiliini 

• ^uasod f hj:c 2 - Su\[ JDil Oriiimd^JilcE 

Grab Sionp Lc Locatiau 

<i EWOW10& Gruuud^Lila' Munilnrin!^ 
Well Luuiliini 

■^ 6105P4II Seep SjimpLc Lacaliaii 



sia 



Sludy Arm EliiiniiiiUi' 

Tupagraphic CduId lit 
{ Con hill r [iiIh\tiL 5 fciAi 

i'rcsidia tidic Miip 

FiFmcr Ntalor E'ihiL SlmcLiir^ 
and fdnili SuliDii NiiJiibi:r 

[.jpiliiill SuuLlun: and 
[di:nlificalinji Nunib;:r 



EDIK;Vti|D4 sua BJUZ-DLI 12X12 

WaMla I 

tluantariii < 10 < 10 Id 

Mid <» -:» 6 1 



LhipLiLali: 
SioirpLc 



kcfn- Id Nctk 
I Viilui:^ m pink arc abiTi'i: 
£i:jci:ninF Ic^'cls 

ll\^lA lk:iza..t;iA:UBKor 

lt,.t^? Ilda]^.tpyrai< 

lll,2j<,d^P liJaia fll 2j .<d> Pjra* 

TPllg < TaDi PfU^ojiTL I 'yJiorjjbni-. ^ □t.alira 

TPlH . TaQi POpiliim I ■i^iKCjjb.ci-. i. I)ic*l 

TPlUa ToUl IVnlujia] [y^c^^E. J:. Rjfl Oil 



A Value above M.Tceiiin]! [c\-c[ - reicr In tbcmbax 
Sir specific aiuL^lcs 

* Value below HTCcniii]" IffcI fiir all nnalylci 

* No aimlylci deleded 

R<^ ki npjiXd in ni^m^anrk'llB fjigJL^ 

CL< SiiJIii «kni«^ J Qioll^ Coihi] l>j|iL<ato Sjuqit lol D d CalmlUL 

N&. N«r lisfiJilDJibJ 

' Zo; <h:«4iJj:>r<\ tticli lllTj^^^vjMd b^ SdUfi Ttdi ir SfpUnlia ZQQZ 
,7<l<i U\ Su^tn iJ 6 a I #< imin 1«l} 

ilaiiairiil QiUm 'JflD Z7, t'A Sa'< Pli:>- ilijdnHs, Zai*J, ImI 



GROUNDWATER ANALYTICAL RESULTS 
AND EXCEE DANCES 



TreadwellSJMIo 




Presidio Trust 

3A GTaliam Sliaal 

PO Box?9Ci5? 

San Franci'ico, CA 

94129-l)!)5? 

41&561-53D0 

fax 415J5B1-5315 

DBCBmbBr?!Ki5 

FIGURE B-7 



APPENDIX C 
Previous Soil and Croundwaler Analytical Results 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 

(c.i-c^,! 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 
Kjkncs 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M 3 Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


CHr/M3 Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wllfil5M 


SW5260B 


3WS760E 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'.'j 


^m^.'ktl 


lin'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Ckanup 1.cvcl 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


5 


21 


19t 


601SB0I|2| 


Uefl6rti2 


2 


<] UI 


NA 


NA 


< OJflS 


■COOl 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


-;ooo5 


60JSB0l|4f 


0&IOb>02 


4 


<1 UI 


NA 


NA 


< 0.005 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


-;ooo5 


60ISB02|2 51 


0&IO5I02 


25 


<] UI 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


-;ooo5 


60ISB02|4 51 


0efO5/02 


45 


<: UI 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<oai UJ 


-;ooo5 


60J3Bfil|2 0| 


0Hlli5l02 


■• 


< 1 UI 


<10 UI 


N\ 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


-;ooo5 


6033B01|5 0I 


oaiir5i02 


5 


<1 UI 


<I0 UI 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;ooo5 


605SB0]|2 51 


01121103 


25 


<i.l 


<.53 


72 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


605SB01|5 01 


01121103 


5 


<1.2 


<6 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


605SB0I |I0 0] 


0i;22/0J 


10 


<i.2 


<5.E 


< 17 


-; 0053 


< 0.005B 


< 0053 


< 0053 


< 005B 


6053B02|2 01 


ni;ift/D? 


■• 


< l.L 


<53 


76 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6053B02|5 0] 
DL'POL1603B|M3D| 


oi;i6rtu 
oi;i6/oj 


5 

55 


<L J.L 
<l.2 


<5j6 
<5.9 


-: II 

< 17 


NA 
NA 


WA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


605SBCi2|B 0] 


oi;i6/oj 


3 


<2.[ 


< II 


37 


<O.OII 


<00]l 


-;OOII 


<o.on 


■COOll 


609SBOI|2 0] 


oi;i4/oj 


2 


< J.L 


<l.l 


26 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


609SB0]|4 01 


oi;i4Joi 


4 


<:l.2 


<:l.2 


< 17 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


609SB{i][G0| 


oi;i4/oj 


3 


<1.7 


<]J 


< 17 


-;0 00B7 


<Ofl037 


< 0087 


-;0 00S7 


< O 0087 


6]O3B{i]|20| 
DUPn80502E|MSD| 


0&IO5I02 

oaio5ni2 


■1 
25 


<1 UI 
< 1 UI 


12 J- 
<I0 UI 


71 J- 
17 J- 


< 0.1X5 

< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 

<00l 


< 005 UJ 
<0I'05 


<0.0I UJ 
< 0.0 L 


--'102 
<0 02 


6]03BO]|5 0| 


0&IO5I02 


5 


< 1 UI 


<I0 UI 


46 ]- 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


< 005 UJ 


■;OJii UJ 


<0 02 


6lO3B02|2 0I 


oi;i6/uj 


■• 


NA 


<5.E 


14 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61OSB02I5 0] 


oi;i6fljj 


5 


NA 


<5.5 


-: II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6lOSB02|7 5] 


oi;i6rtu 


75 


NA 


<6 


< 17 


< 0.1X6 


<0 006 


-;0006 


< 0.006 


-;ooo6 


6lOSBCiI|2 0] 


oi;i4rtu 


■1 


NA 


<2.2 


140 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 7005 



Page ] o£ J 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH As 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wnil5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3WB0I5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


lin^tb]^ 


OTlilb]^ 


Un^hi]) 


<iiib]/k':j 


/iii^.'ktl 


imj-IV-M "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Cleanup I.Evcl 


11^ 


144 


144 


fl.A 


14 


A 


22 


190 


6JOSB03I5 5I 


iji;i4/ui 


55 


NA 


<2.2 


32 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6lOSBOI|B5] 


01/14/03 


es 


NA 


<.IA 


30 


<0.l»7 


<0 007 


<0 007 


< 0.007 


-;ooo7 


61OSB04IZ0] 


01/14/03 


2 


NA 


<5.E 


30 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]OSB04|6 0] 


01/14/03 


6 


NA 


6.9 


30 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6lOSB04|7 5| 


01/14/03 


75 


NA 


<6.2 


1.30 


<0.0L2 


<0012 


-;00I2 


<0.OL2 


-;0012 


61J3B01|2 0I 


08/02^)2 


■1 


<1 UI 


< 120 


blO 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;0 005 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


6J3SBD]|5 0] 


Oe/02/02 


5 


<: UI 


-; LO 


II 


<0.l»5 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


-;0 02 


613SB02|2 01 


Oe/02/02 


2 


<: UI 


< LO 


12 


< 0.005 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


613SB02|5 01 


oe/02/02 


5 


<: UI 


< LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


-;ooi 


< 005 UJ 


<:o.oi UJ 


-;0 02 


613SB0II20I 

DUPOe0202C 


0e/O2rti2 
0e/O2rti2 


■1 
25 


<1 UI 
<] UI 


< LO 
JL 


< 10 
39 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 

-;ooi 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<o.ot 

<0.OL 


<0 02 

-;0 02 


613SB0II5 0] 


oe/02/02 


5 


<1 UI 


-; LO 


31 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


613SB04|2 01 


oe/02/02 


■• 


<1 UI 


-; LO 


37 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


-;0 02 


6133B04|4 51 


oe/02/02 


45 


1 3 J- 


33 


2H 


< 0.005 UJ 


-;ooi UJ 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


<0.02 UJ 


613SB05|2 01 


oe/02/02 


2 


<: UI 


<200 


l^» 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


<0.02 UJ 


6]3SB{i5|4 0| 


oe/02/02 


4 


<] UI 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.005 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.0l 


-;0 02 


6]3SB06|20| 


oe/02/02 


■1 


<1 UI 


< 10 


30 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


<0 005 


<:o.oi 


-;0 02 


6l.l3Bnfi|5 0| 


0e/O2rti2 


5 


<l UI 


26 


»0 


< 0.005 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


<0 02 


6li3B0T|2| 


07/30/02 


■* 


<l UI 


< 100 


300 J-l- 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


<Ofl] UJ 


<0 02 


6USB07|5| 


07/30/02 


5 


<1 UI 


3G 


3?0 J-l- 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


<0 005 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 


613SB05|2 0I 


01/21/03 


2 


NA 


-;2S 


57« 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6J3SB03|7 0| 

DUP012L0?.\|MSD] 


01/21/03 
01/21/03 


7 
65 


<.2.i 
1,1H 


<5J 


43 

i,aot 


< 0.023 
<S.7 


<oo2e 

<57 


-;0 02B 
<5.7 


< 0.023 
<5.7 


<oo2a 

<5.7 



December 2005 



Page 2 of 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 
1 <t-',:-C>.| 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^ Iben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/MS Comb 
SWSfi 1 5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tU^ 


im-h'V.t!-, 


Uri^hi]) 


\m\!i k'.'j 


im-!:\.\i\ 


|]Tl'.'/tU "l 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkHDUp I.EVCI 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


5 


21 


19t 


61 JSB{iS|IOO| 


iji;2i/u? 


10 


<1.2 


<b 


1? 


< o.imft 


<ooa6 


-;ooo6 


< 0.006 


-;ooo6 


6lJSHiJ9|?.U||MSDl 


Oi;i7/03 


2 


NA 


I4C 


7M 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6J3SB09|5 5I 


Oi;i7/03 


55 


NA 


<:5.E 


< \2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6I3SB09|7 51 


Oi;i7/03 


75 


NA 


<7.5 


38 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]3SB[0\2 5\ 


01121103 


25 


NA 


<5.7 


< II 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


61J3BLU|5 5I 
DL'POL2203A 


Oll21liJ3 
0i;22rtU 


55 


NA 
NA 


<6 
<.5S 


13 
67 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


613SBL0|7 51 


0i;22rtU 


75 


NA 


<6A 


60 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6I3SBM[2 0] 


01/21/03 


2 


NA 


<21 


AH 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]3SBL]|6ll| 


Oi;2l/U5 


6 


NA 


<5.7 


< 11 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]3SBL]|8CiI 


Oi;21/U3 


S 


NA 


<:7.2 


27 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


613SBI2|2 01 


01/21/03 


2 


NA 


-;55 


l,2» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


613SBL2|5 5| 

DUPOL2I03C|M3D| 


01/21/11? 
0I/2I/U3 


55 
6 


NA 
NA 


<:5.9 


15 
< \2 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


N\ 
N\ 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


6I3SEI2[7.5]|MSD] 


01/21/03 


75 


NA 


<5.L 


m 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6l6SBCi1[2Ci| 

DUFfl7Ki|l2D|HSD| 


07/30/02 
07/30/02 


■1 
1 5 


L 1 J- 
<1 Ul 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


<0.CO5 
< 0.1X15 


-;ooi 
-;ooi 


-;0 005 
-;0 005 


<0.OL 
<0.OL 


NA 
NA 


6]6SB0]|4U| 


07/30^12 


4 


<l Ul 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


v'l: 1 


NA 


6]6SB02|2II| 


07/30/02 


■* 


<.l Ul 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


vU. 1 


NA 


6l6SB02|5 0| 


07/30^12 


5 


<.: Ul 


NA 


NA 


<0.CO5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


6J6SBai|2 0] 


07/30/02 


2 


<l Ul 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


6l6SBOI|5 0] 


07/30/02 


5 


<l Ul 


NA 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.0[ 


NA 


6ITSBOII2.0] 


08/01/02 


■• 


NA 


43 J- 


120 J- 


< 0.005 


-;ooi 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 



December 2005 



Page 3 o£ 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M 3 Comb 
3WSI015M 


CHr/M3 Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
SWSfi 1 5M 


SW5260B 


SWB760E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








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lin^tb]^ 


OTl-^lLb]! 


Un^hi]) 


{HI \2/ k'.'j 


^iii^.'ktl 


liTi'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkHDUp I.EVCI 


11^ 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


22 


I9t 


6l73Blil|5 0I 


ijii;oirti2 


5 


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<10 Ul 


II J- 


< o.i);i5 


<00l 


-; 005 UJ 


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07IHI02 


2 


NA 


<40 Ul 


140 1- 


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<001 


-; 005 Ul 


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NA 


61758021^01 


07/31 102 


5 


NA 


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<I0 Ul 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


6J7SB0J|2 0| 


oefoi/02 


2 


NA 


<40 Ul 


170 


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<001 


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NA 


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OSVOI 102 


5 


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<10 Ul 


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<001 


< 005 UJ 


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6173B04|L 5] 


oiiisnn 


1 5 


NA 


-;54 


310 


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WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6I7SB04|6 01 


01115103 


6 


NA 


-; 11 


3St 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]7SBCI4|S0] 


oi;i5/oj 


3 


NA 


6.2 


63 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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oi;i5/oj 


1 5 


NA 


<270 


ZJIOt 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ftl73B05|4ll| 


Oi;i5/U5 


4 


NA 


49 


130 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


6173B05|7 51 


oi;i5/uj 


75 


NA 


-; LI 


140 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]7SB06|2 51 


01115103 


25 


NA 


-;55 


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NA 


NA 


NA 


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01115103 


6 


NA 


<6.9 


14 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6l7SBCl6[IOO] 


01115103 


10 


NA 


<.5S 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


617SB07|L 51 


01115103 


1 5 


NA 


< ILO 


IJH 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6173B07|5 51 


01115103 


55 


NA 


<.7.l 


71 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


ftl73B07|9 01 


0i;i5/U? 


9 


NA 


<6.2 


40 


NA 


NA 


M ■, 


NA 


NA 


bUSB0S\10\ 


oiii5ni:' 


o 


NA 


<55 


S9t 


NA 


rJA 


N\ 


N-\ 


NA 


6I73B0&I5 5I 


0lll5i0-S 


- S 


NA 


<5J 


< 11 


NA 


WA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


6I73B0S|I0 0| 


01115103 


10 


NA 


<5J 


30 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


617SB09|2 01 


oi;i6fljj 


■1 


NA 


<5A 


23 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6I7SB09|5 51 


oi;i6rtu 


55 


NA 


16 


43 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6l7SB(i9|l0 01 


Oi;i6/DJ 


10 


NA 


<6A 


22 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 7005 



Page 4 o£ 15 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH As 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wllfil5M 


SW5260B 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tU^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{HI \2/ k'.'j 


^m^.'ktl 


|]Tl'.'/tU "l 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkHnup l.cicl 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


22 


1» 


619SB0J|4 5I 


li-!n\'02 


45 


<] Ul 


< [0 


36 


< lUftS 


<00l 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


6l?SBOI|6 0] 


07/31 102 


6 


<: Ul 


< 10 


< 10 


< 0.005 


<001 


< 005 Ul 


<oai U3 


-;0 02 


6l9SB0:i2r 
DUP050602D|MSD| 


08*6/02 
0ef06/02 


2 
25 


<] Ul 
<1 Ul 


15 J- 

< [0 


IM J- 
12 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 
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-;ooo5 
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<0 02 


6\9SB01\5\ 


IJIIflft/D2 


5 


<1 Ul 


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< 10 


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<001 


-;ooo5 


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<0 02 


6l9SBUi|4 5I 


UJ; Jl /U2 


45 


<1 Ul 


35 1- 


470 J- 


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<001 


-;ooo5 


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<0 02 


6]?SBDI|6Ci] 


07/31 /02 


6 


<] Ul 


< LO 


< 10 


<0.l»5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.0l 


-;0 02 


6I9SB04|7 01 


01/23/03 


7 


<:i.2 


<5.B 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6I9SB04|IL 51 
DUPOL2KI3A 


01/23/0? 
01/23/113 


11 5 

12 


<:i.7 

<1.2 


<:a.4 
<6.2 


46 
< 1? 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


6iySBD4|L3.0||MSD| 


0I/23/U3 


13 


<i.i 


<6A 


32 


-;Q0064 


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<00064 


< 0064 


6l?SBD5|6 0] 


01/23/03 


6 


NA 


-;55 


I,i0t 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6l?SB05|9Ci] 


01/23/03 


9 


NA 


<6 


45 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6]9SBCI5[I2 0] 


01/23^1 3 


12 


NA 


-; 13 


no 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


675SB0I{2) 


07/29/02 


2 


<: Ul 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


-;ooi 


-;0 005 


<0.0I UJ 


-;0 02 


625SB0I |4] 


07/29/02 


4 


<1 Ul 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 


^25SB02\2\ 


07/29^12 


2 


<1 Ul 


< [0 


120 


< 0.1X15 


<00l 


<0 005 


<0.0I UJ 


-;0 02 
<0 02 
<0 02 


bl5SB0i\2\ 
DUP07?90?A 


07/29/02 
07/29flJ2 


■1 
25 


<.l Ul 
<! Ul 


< 10 

< 10 


< 10 
17 


< 0.1X5 

< 0.1X5 


<001 
<001 


-;ooo5 
-;ooo5 


<0.01 UJ 
<Ofll UJ 


■^:.'i3B03|5| 
DUPJJ2902E 


07/29^12 
07/29flJ2 


55 


< 1 Ul 
<1 Ul 


< LO 

< LO 


< 10 

< 10 


< 0.005 

< 0.1X5 


<001 
<001 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<0.01 UJ 
<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 
<0 02 


6:5SB04|2) 


07/29^12 


■• 


<1 Ul 


< LO 


45 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


<0 005 UJ 


<Ofll UJ 


-;0 02 


6?5SB04|5| 


07/29^12 


5 


<1 Ul 


< LO 


< 10 


< 0.005 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 



December 2005 



Page 5 o£ 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 
Kjkncs 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSIOI5M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3WII0I5M 


SW5260B 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tU^ 


OTl^lb]^ 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'l J 


^m^.'ktl 


|]Tl'.'/tU "l 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Ckanup I.evcI 


11^ 


144 


144 


fl.A 


14 


A 


11 


I9t 


625SB05|2 0I 


01113103 


-• 


NA 


<44 


I4» 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


625SB05|7 51 


01/13/01 


75 


NA 


<2.3 


140 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?5SBCI5|ICi0] 


Oi;i3/OJ 


10 


NA 


-; M 


174 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?6SBCi][2r 


07;29rti2 


2 


<: UI 


lao j- 


740 J- 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;0 005 


<0.OL 


-;0 005 


6?6SB0I|4| 


07;29/02 


4 


■: 1 UI 


13 


92 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;0 005 


<0.OL 


-;0 005 


626SB0?|2| 


07;29rti2 


■• 


510 J- 


120 J- 


100 J- 


<0.2 


-;04 


<0.2 


<0.4 


<0.2 


676SBD?|4t 


07;29/02 


4 


<.: UI 


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< 10 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


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-;ooo5 


6?lSSB03|2) 


07;29/02 


2 


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< LO 


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-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


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-;ooo5 


6?lSSBCi3[^) 


07;29/02 


5 


<1 UI 


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< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


6263B04|6 5| 
DUPOL2303C|MSD| 


Oi;23/U5 
Oi;23/UJ 


65 

7 


<l.2 
<Ll.2 


<5.B 
<6.2 


69 
-; 12 


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NA 


WA 
WA 


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NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


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01/23/01 


9 


<:l.2 


<5.9 


< 12 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?6SB{i4|ll 0] 


01/23/01 


II 


<1.7 


<:3.4 


28 


<0 00B4 


< 0.0054 


< 0084 


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< 0084 


626SB05|7 0] 


01/23/01 


7 


-; 240 D U 


23a 


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NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


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DUP012J03E 


01/23/01 
01/23/0? 


85 
9 


<l.9 

<:2.4 


II 
< 17 


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2n 


< 0095 
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< Ofl095 

-;O0J 


< 0095 
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-; 0095 
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< 0095 
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626SB{i5|IOO| 


01/23^1 3 


|i< 


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no 


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<OOI2 


<00I2 


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<OOI2 


62SSB0]|2 0| 


07/3n/U2 


■* 


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< 10 


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<00l 


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<0 02 


62SSB0]|5 0| 


07130102 


5 


<.\ UI 


< 10 


19 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


<0 005 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 


62eSB02|2 5| 


07/30^12 


25 


<l UI 


l,«0 J- 


IIJIOD J- 


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<00l 


<0 005 


<Ofll UJ 


-;0 02 


62eSB02|5 51 

DUP073CCi:A 


07/30/02 
07/30/02 


55 
5 


<] UI 
<l UI 


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140 1- 


51 
l,20t J- 


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07/3n/U2 


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<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 



December 2005 



Page 6 of 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHDipIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH As 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


¥. Ih^ Iben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wllfil5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


lin^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{HI \2/ k'l J 


^iii^.'ktl 


lin'.'/tu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkHDup Level 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


22 


l» 


62e3B0J|4 5I 


07;30rti2 


45 


<] Ul 


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34 


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6?BSBCI4|2] 


07130102 


2 


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< LO 


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<001 


-;ooo5 


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6?BSB04|5] 


07/30/02 


5 


<: Ul 


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< 0.1X5 


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<:o.oi UJ 


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6?BSB05|2] 


07/31 102 


2 


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07/31 102 


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54 


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07/31 /D2 


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07/31 102 


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07/31 /02 


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07/31 /02 


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07/31 102 


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07/31 rti2 


5 


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<001 


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635SB09|2r 
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OB/02/02 
08flHrti2 


2 
25 


36 J- 

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IG J- 


47 
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5 


<] Ul 


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16 


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<001 


< 005 UJ 


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0.005 


62SSBID[Z0] 


07/30/02 


2 


<: Ul 


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-;ooo5 


<0.0I UJ 


-;0 02 


ft2SSB10|^ 01 


07/30.112 


5 


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'.:&3BLI|2| 
DUPJTiL02\|MSDi 


07/11 ■'■: 
07/31 /U2 


2 
25 


<1 Ul 
< 1 Ul 


40 

< 10 


no 

34 


< 0.1X5 

< 0.005 


-;ooi 

<001 


-;ooo5 
-;oiJ05 


<0.0I UJ 

■: 0.01 UJ 


6?&SBLI|5| 


07/31 /D2 


5 


< 1 Ul 


< 10 


32 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;0 005 


■;o.oi UJ 


<0 02 


62BSBL2|2 0| 


0I/I7/IU 


2 


< J.l 


< ILO 


i,a» 


N.i. 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


62BSBL2[5 5| 

DUPOL1T03B|MSD| 


OI/l7flJ3 
01/17/03 


55 


<.1.3 


<6.5 
<6.5 


16 
< 13 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


62BSBI2[IO0] 


01/17^13 


10 


<l.l 


<5j6 


< 11 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 2005 



Page 7 of i 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
swao 1 5M 


SW5260B 


SWS760E 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 


SW3260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'l J 


^m^.'ktl 


liTi'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Cleanup I.Evcl 


iiA 


144 


144 


fl.A 


14 


A 


22 


I9t 


62SSBtI|2 0I 


Oi;i7/D? 


2 


<1.L 


<5.5 


< 11 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBn|6 0] 


oi;i7/oj 


6 


<1.2 


<6A 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?3SBn|IO.a] 


oi;i7/oj 


10 


<:l.2 


<6.l 


51 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBI4|3 0] 


oi;i7/oj 


3 


<1.2 


<5.B 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBL4[6 0| 


0i;i7/D? 


6 


<1.5 


<7.6 


^ 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?SSBL4|I0 0I 


oiinnn 


10 


<1.2 


<5.a 


< 1? 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


62SSB15|2 0] 


oi;i7/oj 


2 


<1.L 


<:5.5 


18 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBI5|6.0] 


oi;i7/oj 


6 


<i.3 


<6.3 


M 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBI5|9 5] 

DUPOLI70JA 


oi;i7/o? 

0lll7Ar> 


95 
10 


<1.2 

■;l.L 


<:5.B 

<5.7 


< 17 

< II 


-; 0053 
-; 0057 


< 0.005B 

< 0.0057 


< 0053 

< 0057 


< 0055 

< 0057 


< 005B 

< 0057 


628SBL&I6 0I 


oi;2J/ui 


6 


<L1.2 


<.5.9 


< 12 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


628SBL6|G5] 

DUPOL2H)3D 


Oi;23/OJ 
Oi;23rtU 


85 
9 


<:l.3 

<.1.3 


<6J 
<6.3 


90 

ist 


NA 
NA 


NA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


6?SSBL6|I40] 


Oi;23rtU 


4 


<:l.2 


<5.9 


< 17 


< 0059 


<0fl059 


< 0059 


-; 0059 


< 0059 


62BSBI7|2 01 


oi;i7/oj 


2 


<1.L 


<:5.4 


12 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


62BSBI7|7 01 


oi;i7/oj 


7 


<1.2 


<5.B 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6?SSBL7|I0 0| 


oi;i7/oj 


10 


<1.L 


<5j6 


< II 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T6[5SEOL|2.0| 


0B;Olrti2 


■• 


<l Ul 


17 1- 


T) 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


<0 005 


< 0.0 1 UJ 


<0 02 


T6L5SE0L|4.5| 


ob;oi/D2 


45 


<l Ul 


24 1- 


2S0 J- 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


■;o.oi UJ 


<0 02 


T6[5SH02|2J>| 


07;3lrti2 


2 


<1 Ul 


< 10 


10 


<0.CO5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


T6[5SH02|5J>| 


07IHI02 


5 


<] Ul 


< LO 


-; 10 


< 0.1X5 


-;ooi 


< 005 U] 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 


T6E5SH03|2J>| 


01115103 


2 


NA 


< 1 to 


711 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T6[5SHOJ|6.0| 


01115103 


6 


NA 


<7.5 


29 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 7005 



Page 5 on 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH As 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTItE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wafil5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tU^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'.'j 


^m^.'ktl 


liTi'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkflDUp I.EVCI 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.A 


14 


A 


11 


I9t 


76L5SE03|1U0| 


01115103 


10 


NA 


<5.9 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


T6LSSE02|2J)| 
DUP08tl602C 


08*6/02 
08*6/02 


2 

25 


<l UJ 


16 1- 

<40 


410 J- 
394 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 
<001 


-;ooo5 
-;ooo5 


<0.OL 
<0.OI 


<0 02 
-;0 02 


T6iaSH02|5J>| 


08*6^12 


5 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


28 J- 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


<0 02 


SI5SBOL|2 0| 


08*6/02 


■• 


< 1 Ul 


< 100 


360 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


S]5SBOL|5 0| 


08*6/U2 


5 


<1 Ul 


IB 1- 


270 J- 


< 0.1X15 


<00l 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


S15SB02J2 0I 


08*1/02 


2 


<.: Ul 


17 


44 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-; 005 UJ 


<0.0I U3 


<0 005 


SI5SB02|4 0| 


08*1/02 


4 


<: Ul 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


<0 005 


SI5SBO3|2 0| 


08*6/02 


2 


<1 Ul 


]I0 ]- 


5H J- 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


<0 005 


SI5SBO3|5 0| 


08*6/U2 


5 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


< LO Ul 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


SI5SBO4-I2 0I 


0i;i4flJJ 


■1 


NA 


<:5.7 


60 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


S]5S3mi5 5] 


0i;i4/0J 


55 


NA 


<5.a 


18 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI55BO4I1O0I 


oi;i4/oj 


10 


NA 


<6 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


5I5SB03{I 5| 


oi;i5/oj 


1 5 


NA 


<230 


l,SOt 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI5SB05]5 5| 

DL'P0LIH)3A 


oi;i5/oj 
oi;i5/oj 


55 
6 


NA 
NA 


<6 
<6.5 


27 
< 13 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


SI5SBO5|70| 
nUPDILSOJE 


oi;i5rtu 
oiii5n:r> 


7 
75 


NA 
NA 




59 
94 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
N\ 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


Sl.'iSB06|J0| 


Olll6iO-> 


3 


NA 


<5.B 


59 


NA 


WA 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


S]5SBOb[60] 


oi;i6/uj 


6 


NA 


<7.4 


42 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


Sl5SBO6[:O0] 


oi;i6fljj 


10 


NA 


<9.l 


27 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


£I5SB07|1 5] 


oi;i5rtu 


1 5 


NA 


SH 


HI 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI5SBO7]5 0| 


01115103 


5 


NA 


<5.B 


< 17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


SI5SB071Sfi] 


01115^3 


S 


NA 


■;7.E 


100 


NA 


NA 


N^ 


NA 


NA 



December 2005 



Page 9 of 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHDipIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


¥. Ih^ Iben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSIII15M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3WII0I5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


lin^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Un^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'l J 


^iii^.'ktl 


lin'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkflDup Level 


iiA 


144 


144 


fl.A 


14 


A 


22 


I9t 


600A3B0I|2|MSD 
DUPOSO702A|MSD| 


0MHI02 

oe;o7/02 


-• 
25 


NA 
NA 


< [0 

< to 


< 10 

< 10 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


lS0OASBOI|4]MSD 


oe;o7/02 


4 


NA 


-; [0 


12 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASB02[?1 


oefln/02 


2 


NA 


<10 Ul 


22 J- 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60nASEO2|41 


IJMH 102 


4 


NA 


<10 Ul 


< 10 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6O0A3B0J|2 0| 


oaio\io2 


■• 


NA 


<I0 Ul 


< 10 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


iSOCiASBO^I^Ci] 


0&IO]>02 


5 


NA 


<200 UJ 


IJ» 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASHM|21 


ll8flH/02 


2 


NA 


12 


16 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASHM[51 


08flH/02 


5 


NA 


<10 Ul 


19 J- 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60nASEO5|2| 


0SIIHI02 


■• 


NA 


< [0 


24 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASEOS|51 


U8flH/D2 


5 


NA 


< [0 


< 10 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASH06[21 


0&IO]>02 


2 


NA 


< 10 


< 10 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASB0ti[5] 


0&IO]>02 


5 


NA 


<I0 UJ 


< 10 UJ 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60OASBO7|2 0] 


01117103 


2 


NA 


< 110 


7^» 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60CASB07|5 5| 


0i;i7/0J 


55 


NA 


<:5.7 


17 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASB07|I0 0| 


oi;i7/oj 


10 


NA 


<.5S 


IS 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6lKiASB{iS[2ll| 


oi;i7/oj 


2 


NA 


<.5A 


66 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6O0A3B0S|5 5| 
DUPJIL703C 


oiinnii 
oiinnii 


55 


NA 
NA 


< H 
<5.S 


35 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


N\ 
N\ 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


600ASB0S|7 0| 


oi;i7/uj 


7 


NA 


<6.3 


17 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASB09|2 0] 


oi;i6/uj 


2 


NA 


<5.5 


1» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600ASB09|7 0| 
DUPOII603C 


oi;i6/uj 

Oi;i6/DJ 


7 
75 


NA 
NA 


<6 
<5.i 


27 
< 17 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 



December 1005 



Page 1 of 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH As 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wllfil5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








|ln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'.'j 


OTl^.'klil 


|]Tl'.'/tU "l 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Ckanup Level 


IIA 


144 


144 


fl.A 


14 


A 


11 


I9t 


600A3B091IOO||M&D| 


IJIVIMIi 


10 


NA 


<7A 


24 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6OOCSB0l|2r 


07IHI02 


2 


<] Ul 


< 10 


NA 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


600CSBOI|5] 


07/31 102 


5 


<: Ul 


<10 Ul 


NA 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


600CSB02{2] 


07/31 102 


2 


<1 Ul 


< LO 


NA 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


60I)CSH02|4.0T 


07/31 102 


4 


< 1 Ul 


< LO 


N\ 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


6iJI)CSH03|?.U| 


07/29^12 


■1 


<1 Ul 


< LO 


NA 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


600CSB03|5.0| 


07/29/02 


5 


<.: Ul 


-; LO 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


60l)CSHO4f2.0| 


07/29/02 


2 


<] Ul 


< 10 


NA 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


60l)CSBO4|5.0] 


07/29/02 


5 


<1 Ul 


5I« 


NA 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


6iJK:SB05[1.0\ 


oiinnn 


■• 


NA 


<l.l 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6iJI)CSH05|S.0| 


01/13/03 


S 


NA 


<1.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60OCSB05|L0.O| 


01/13/03 


10 


NA 


<].2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600CSB06|2.0| 


01/13/03 


2 


NA 


-;43 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60I)CSH06[5.0| 


0I/I3rti3 


5 


NA 


L 9 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600CSB06|IO.O| 


01/13/03 


10 


NA 


<1.7 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600CSH07r:.0] 


01/13/133 


■• 


NA 


<53 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60I)CSH0T|5.5| 


OI/I3/U3 


55 


NA 


<:l.2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6nOCSBn7|L0.O| 


OI/I3/U3 


10 


NA 


<1.3 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


63nFD3SEOL|2fl| 


oe/oi/U2 


■1 


<l Ul 


< 100 


32* 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OI 


< 005 


60nFDSSEOL|J.5| 


Oe/OI/132 


35 


<: Ul 


4fe0 


l,»t 


< 0.005 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


<0 005 


6O0FDSSEO2|2fl| 


0I/I5/U3 


■• 


<i 


<52 


IJOt 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6C0FDSSEO2|5.5| 


01/15/133 


55 


< 1 2 U] 


<6 


6i 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


60C1FDSSEIJ2|10 0| 


01/15/133 


10 


<l.2 


<6.l 


14 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 2005 



Page II oF15 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHDipIr Nami 


Sampk 
DBle 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 
1 <t-',:-C>.| 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 

(c.i-c^,! 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTUE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wllfil5M 


SW5260B 


SWS760E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








|ln■^/^b]^ 


lin^tb]^ 


Oii^'kb]^ 


Un^hi]) 


{HI Ml \.j< J 


^iii^.'ktl 


imj-IV-M "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkflDup Level 


IIA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


22 


I9t 


ii'KJRRSBOI|2.0| 
DUP0e(i502E 


00105102 
0&IO5I02 


-• 
25 


<] Ul 
<l UJ 


24 J- 
5S 1- 


294 
IJOt J- 


< o.ims 

< 0.1X15 


<0 01 
<001 


-;ooo5 

< 005 Ul 


<0.0I UJ 
<Ofll UJ 


NA 
NA 


6(lORR5Eai|5.5t 


0&IO5I02 


55 


<: Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 Ul 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


600RR5B{l2|?.Or 


0&tO5>02 


2 


<1 Ul 


14 


S9 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<Ofll UJ 


NA 


6OORRSB02|5.O| 


0Hlli5l02 


5 


< 1 Ul 


22 J- 


5.1 J- 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


6OORRSB0J|?.O| 


oaio5nj2 


■• 


L 5 J- 


050 J- 


A,l» 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


600RRSB03|5.0} 


0&IO5I02 


5 


1 1- 


2i 3- 


13Q 


< 0.005 UJ 


<0 0l UJ 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


600RRSE0i[l]MSD 


0&Hy!>02 


2 


<: Ul 


<40 Ul 


3» J- 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


NA 


6O0RRSEO4|4|MSD 


0&Hy!>02 


4 


<] Ul 


<10 Ul 


l» J-l- 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


NA 


6!X1RRSH05|?.0| 


Oi;i6/D? 


■• 


NA 


<6.2 


21 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6!JORRSH05|6.0| 


oi;i6rtu 


6 


NA 


<6 


< 17 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6O0RRSH05|L0.O| 


oi;i6/oj 


10 


NA 


<.5.S 


19> 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600RR5BI>6|?.0] 


01/21/01 


■• 


<i.l 


<21 


IJ» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600RR5BD6|5.^] 

DUPOI2103D 


01/21/01 
01/21 rtU 


55 
6 


<1.2 

<:l.2 


26 
<6 


99 
14 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


600RRSH06|LO.O| 


01/21 rtU 


10 


<].2 


<:5.8 


< 17 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6!JORRSH07|?.0| 


01/22/01 


2 


<].[ 


<53 


I4» 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


fiOORRSH0T|7.O| 


0l/2?Ali 


7 


<].2 


<5.9 


16 


NA 


NA 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


600RRSH0T|9.5| 


0l/2?Ali 


9 5 


<1.4 


-; 14 


3« 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6OORRSH0e|?.O] 


01/21 /UJ 


2 


NA 


-;27 


541 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6OORRSH0e[5.5| 
DUP0I2103E 


01/21 rtU 
01/21 rtU 


55 
6 


NA 
NA 


<5.7 


< 11 

< 17 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


6OORRSE0S|L0.O| 


01/21 rtU 


10 


NA 


<9.5 


32 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 



December 7005 



Page 1 2 of 1 5 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Soil 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH Ae 
Dk»l 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
3Wafil5M 


SW5260B 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tb]^ 


OTl^lb]^ 


Uri^hi]) 


{a\\2/ k'l J 


^m^.'ktl 


|]Tl'.'/tU "l 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CkHDup l.cvcl 


iiA 


144 


144 


0.A 


14 


A 


11 


19t 


&KJRRSBIiy|?.0| 


iji;2:riii 


-• 


NA 


< 110 


2JM 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6DDRRSB09 17.5 1 |M S D J 


01/22/01 


15 


NA 


<5.B 


< 12 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


600Rn5BII9[9.5L 


01121103 


S5 


NA 


<9.5 


46 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


6DO5DSBOI|2 01 


0&IOb>02 


2 


<1 UI 


<400 


l^lOt 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;0 005 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


ftO0SDSB0l|5ll| 


ijiimft/D2 


5 


< 1 UI 


<10 UI 


< LO UI 


< 0.005 UJ 


-;ooi UJ 


< 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


<0.02 UJ 


6O0SDSB0?|2 0| 


oaio\nj2 


-• 


<1 UI 


m 


l,l» 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;0 005 


<0.0I UJ 


<0 02 


60CSDSB02|5 0| 


0&IO]>02 


5 


<.: UI 


18 


156 


<0.l»5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.0I UJ 


-;0 02 


60OSDSB03|2 0| 


08*6/02 


2 


<: UI 


<10 UI 


< 10 UI 


< 0.1X5 


<00] 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


60OSDSB03|5 5| 


08*6/02 


55 


<: UI 


<10 UI 


36 ]- 


< 0.1X15 


<00] 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


600SDSB04|2II| 
DUP0e0602E 


08*6^12 
08*6^12 


25 


<! UI 
<1 UI 


<10 UI 
<I0 UI 


< LO UI 

< LO UI 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 
<001 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<0.OL 
<0.OL 


<0 02 

-;0 02 


60CSDSB04|5 0| 


08*6/02 


5 


<: UI 


<I0 UI 


< kO UI 


<0.l»5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


6lX>SD5Ba5|?| 


08*7/02 


2 


<] UI 


< 10 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


6IX>SD5BD5|5I 


08*7/02 


5 


<] UI 


<I0 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


L1TDSB0I|2 51 


07/29/02 


25 


<] UI 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB0I|5 01 


07/29/02 


5 


<1 UI 


-; LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB02|2 0I 


07/29^12 


2 


<1 UI 


< [0 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


-; 005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


NA 


L1TDSB02|5 0] 


07/29/02 


^ 


<.: UI 


< 10 


< 10 


< 0.005 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB0J|2 01 


07/29^12 


-1 


<.\ UI 


<I0 UI 


< LO UI 


<0.CO5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB0J|5 0I 


07/29^12 


5 


<] UI 


<10 UI 


< 10 UI 


<0.CO5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB04|2 01 


07/29^12 


2 


<1 UI 


-; fo 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


tool 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 


L1TDSB04|5 0] 


07/29/02 


5 


<] UI 


< LO 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.0t 


NA 


L1TDSB05|2 01 


07/29^12 


■• 


<1 UI 


<40 


2H 


< 0.005 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


NA 



December 2005 



Page I Sol 15 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHDipIr Nami 


Sampk 
Dale 


^^Diplr 
Dcplh 


IPH As 
GaEoUiK 


IPH As 
Dk»l 
1 <t-',:-C>.| 


TPH As 

FbcI oil 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


¥. Ih^ Iben/i ni' 


iDlal 
Kjkncs 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSI015M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
swafi 1 5M 


SW5260B 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


liTl^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Uri^hi') 


{HI \2/ k'l J 


^m^.'ktl 


liTi'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


Cleanup I.Evcl 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


21 


l» 


L1TDSB05|5 0] 


07l2fH02 


5 


<] Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 Ul 


< o.i);i5 


<00l 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


WA 


L1TDSB06|2 01 


07;29/02 


2 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 Ul 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


WA 


L1TDSB06|4 51 


07;29/02 


45 


<: Ul 


14 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.0t 


WA 


6OOSEI0l[2| 
DUPIhSOWl?A 


08*6/02 
0HKlhnJ2 


2 
25 


<1 Ul 

< 1 Ul 


47 

<I0 Ul 


93* 

26 ]- 


< 0.1X15 
<0.CO5 


<001 
^001 


< 005 UJ 

-;ooo5 


<Ofll UJ 
<0.OL 


<0 02 
<0 02 


6003EIOI|4| 


oaiubnj2 


4 


IfiVt J- 


140 J- 


12 ]- 


<0.5 UJ 


-; 1 If J 


<0.5 UJ 


<1 Ul 


<2 Ul 


600SEIO:|2| 


08*6/02 


2 


<: Ul 


<I0 Ul 


65 J- 


<0.l»5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


6{iOSBI07[4| 


08*6/02 


4 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 Ul 


< 0.005 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


<0 02 


600SEI03[2| 


08*5/02 


2 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


22 


<0.CO5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


-;0 02 


6{i0SBI0J|4| 
DUPOS0S)?D 


08*5^12 
08*5^12 


4 
45 


<1 Ul 
< J Ul 


<10 Ul 
<I0 Ul 


< [0 Ul 
< 10 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 
<00] 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<0.OI 
<0.OI 


<0 02 

-;0 02 


6OOSEI04|2| 


08*6^12 


2 


<: Ul 


-; 10 


18 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


-;0 02 


6(I0SBICI4|4| 


08/06/02 


4 


<: Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 Ul 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OI 


-;0 02 


600SBI05|2| 


08*5/02 


2 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


11 ]- 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 


600SEI05|4| 
DL'POS0Hi?A 


08*5/02 
08*5/02 


4 
45 


<] Ul 
<1 Ul 


<I0 Ul 
<I0 Ul 


< 10 

< 10 


< 0.1X15 

< 0.1X15 


<001 
<001 


-;ooo5 
-;ooo5 


<0.OI 

<o.ot 


-;0 02 
-;0 02 


6C0SEI06[2| 


08*5^12 


■* 


<.l UJ 


<I0 Ul 


44 J- 


< 0.1X15 


<00l 


<0 005 


<0.OI 


-;0 02 


6D0SEI06|4| 


08*5/112 


4 


<l Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0I'05 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


6OOSEI07|2| 


08*2rti2 


■* 


<l Ul 


<10 Ul 


19 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


< 1105 UJ 


■:.oai UJ 


<0 02 


6MSEI07|4| 


08*2rti2 


4 


<.: Ul 


<10 Ul 


48 


< 0.1X5 


<00l 


< 005 UJ 


<Ofll UJ 


<0 02 


6<iOSEIOS|2| 


08*2/02 


■• 


<l Ul 


<10 Ul 


47 


< 0.1X5 


<001 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 



December 2005 



Page l4ol 15 



Tabic C-r 

SuBmaijof ITHHKIKK.andMI'BK KL-mlD in Sotl 

CommL^r^/PX Stnclj Ana 

PifEtdia orSm Praru: iscd, C bI i Comi a 



SHupIr Nami 


Sampk 


^^Diplr 
Diplh 


IPH As 
GbedUik 


IPH As 
Dk»l 
1 <t-',:-C>.| 


TPH As 

FbcI Oil 

(c.i-c^,! 


Beiuiiil' 


1 ci lui ni' 


K Ih^lben/i ni' 


iDlal 
Kjkncs 


MTBE 






AnslylicBl 
Mclbiod 


GC/M S Comb 
3WSIII15M 

1 


GC/MS Comb 
3Wail5M 


GC/M3 Comb 
SWSfi 1 5M 


SW5260B 


SWB260E 


SWS260B 


SW3260B 


SWS260B 








lln■^/^b]^ 


lin^tb]^ 


im-^tm 


Un^ki]) 


{HI \2/ k'.'j 


OTl^.'kb]| 


lin'.'ytu "i 


{mii.'k'.'l 


CIcHDup Level 


iiA 


144 


144 


O.b 


14 


A 


21 


I9t 


6U0SBI0S|4| 


IJMHI02 


4 


<] Ul 


<10 Ul 


II 


< ii.ims 


<00l 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


600SE 109121 


08fl)5/02 


2 


<: Ul 


<10 Ul 


< 10 


< 0.1X15 


<001 


-;ooo5 


<0.OL 


<0 02 


600SEI09|4| 


0&IO5I02 


4 


<1 Ul 


<10 Ul 


17 


<0.l»5 


<00l 


<0 005 


<0.OL 


-;0 02 



NalBi 
Cleanup Levels iicfaundin Tiblc 2 

BOLB valuer ind ic; ale ^o ncculnliitn ciceeiil] ng ^ leinup Irvct 

DUPpicCii mdlcBlei b I iiulI dupl ic ale ^ amplf ; paieni simple piecede^ dup\\ctle ^eiapie 

f«l - feci bcLoA giDuinil surface 

mf Jkg - mlllif nim pec kllitgcam 

MSD - Miliix spike dupLicil? 

MSD mdic ales lo Ihc Lib<jrilDi^ ivhich suuplc^ ivcrc lo be iiudlDrlhf MSO quihly cdMidI sampk inalysrs These iic nol miliik spike rcsulls. 

MTB£-Melhjl Icrl-bulyl elbicr 

NA - DDl analgia] 

TPH- Total pclmLciim hydrae acbnns 

TPH as Fuel Oil u'lng a molo r nil slandaid "■ i Ih c arbon range C„-C |» 

it- Dalavahdalion qualifier "The inalyle ^aspmlUvely idcnIiCicd. Itie assiKlaled numerical value is biased high due lo a highsurnigale iccoveiy and shoiilcl be considered an 

appitiMmale cnin-cnlrBliuiiDf llic analyle in Ihc sampk." 

J-- D ala ^ al id Bliou qualifier "The aualyle a as pusll i^ ely IdcnIiCicd. Ibie associaled numerical values is bl aned low due lo a htAsunogale rrcavery andaJnuld be consideird an 

apprtiximale concenlrilionaf Ihc analyle in Ihc sample." 

UJ- Dala vaLidalion qualifier "The aualyle i^as nuldelecled above I he ic[iojled sample quanlilalion Limil. however, Ihe repocled quanlilaliDnhmil I'l ap pii>ii m ale and may oc may nul 

reprrsenl Ihc aclual llmll ofquanlilaUou ne^ei^ary Id accurately and precisely measure Ihe analyle m Ihc sample." 



December 2005 



Page l5oFI5 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuHb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlifDmlB 



Sainplr Name 


Samplr 
Batr 


Saniph 
Orplh 

IfTfll 


I^BCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrtoDC 


Carbon 
Obnllidr 


ChbralflrB 


IraDE- 
l^DCP 


AllOlbcr 
\OCa 






AUHlylLCHl 

McIIhkI 


SWe260B 


SW8260H 


3WS260H 


SWS260E 


5WS260B 


5W5260B 


SW5260B 








im^'k'^f 


ini^i/k^lj 


f[ii|]/hi]j 


Oiic/kb]! 


|llll?/kL?l 


|inb]/k^^ 


1 m^/k^ h 


SircenlDf Level 


NE 


s.a 


0.24 


200 


Ni: 


NE 


_. 


60LSE0I|?| 


0'i'U6K\2 


2 


N.-\ 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


60ISE0I|4| 


03/06/02 


4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6ai5B02|2.5] 


05^15/02 


25 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6QI5B02|4.5] 


05/05/02 


45 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


60I5BOI|2.O] 


05^15/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6ai5BOI|5.0] 


03/05/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6055BOI|IO.O] 


01/2 2/0 J 


10 


< 00055 


-; 0.012 


-; 0.053 


< 0.01 2 


<0 005B 


<0 005B 


ND 


605SBO2|S.O] 


OJ/16/02 


5 


<0011 


< 0.021 


<O.II 


0.024 


<:00[l 


<OOII 


ND 


609SB<-l\H<'\ 


01 /I 4/0 J 


5 


< 0057 


< 0.017 


-; 0.037 


< 0.01 7 


<0 00B7 


<0 00S7 


ND 


6]U5BI>l|2.ir| 

DUF0S050?E|MSD| 
6J05BOI|5.O] 


05/115/02 
03/n5/02 


2 
25 


<L0 005 U3 
<:0 005 UJ 


<005 U) 
<005 U) 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 00'i 


<00L 

■;00L 


ND 
ND 


03^15/02 


5 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<005 U3 


<0 05 Ul 


0.005 Jt 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


610SB02|7.51 


01/16/03 


75 


<0 006 


0.0 J 7 


-;0.06 


< 0.01 2 


<L0 006 


<0 006 


ND 


6I05B03|S.5] 


01/14/03 


85 


<0 007 


-; 0.014 


-;o.07 


< 0.014 


<:ooo7 


<0 007 


ND 


6l0SBO4|7.51 


01/14/03 


75 


13 


-; 0.025 


<0.12 


< 0.025 


<00L2 


<00L2 


ND 


61I5BOII2.0] 


05rti?/O2 


2 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<:ooo5 


<00l 


ND 


6n5BOI|5.0] 


Oa/02/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


61 I5B02[2.0| 


03/02/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6] I5B02|5.0| 


05/II2/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<:ooi 


ND 


6] I5B03|2.0| 


05^12/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0JI05 


<00l 


ND 


DUP0502O2C 


05^12/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6] I5B03|5.0] 


05/U2/02 


5 


<:ooo5 Ul 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<0OE 


ND 


61 I5B04|2.0] 


05^12/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


61 35B04|4.5] 


05^12/02 


45 


<0 005 UJ 


<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 Ul 


< 0.005 UJ 


<0.0I UJ 


ND 


61 I5B05|2.0] 


05/U2/02 


2 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 Ul 


-; 0.005 UJ 


<0OE 


ND 


6 J I5B05|4.0] 


05/02/02 


4 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


61 I5B06|2.0] 


05/02/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 



December 2005 



Page 1 Df a 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuIIb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlifDmlB 



Sampk Name 


Samplr 
Datr 


1 Saniph 
Drplh 

IfTfll 


I^DCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrloBC 


Carbon 
Dbnllidr 


ChbralflrB 


IraDE- 
l^DCP 


AllOlbcr 
\OCa 






AUHlylLCHl 

McIIhkI 


SW8260B 


SW8260E 


3WS260E 


SWS260E 


5WS260B 


5W5260B 


SW5260B 








im^'l-^f 


ini^i/l^j 


lax^'k^l 


Oiic/kb]! 


|JIII?/kL?| 


|inb]/k^^ 


1 m^/k^ h 


Scrcenlof Level 


NE 


s.a 


0.24 


200 


NE 


NE 


_. 


61 ISB06|5.0I 


iyi/U2K\2 


5 


<:0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


iSD 


6L3SE07|2| 


07/30/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6L3SE07|5| 


07/30/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<:O0f 


ND 


6] ISB0S|7.0] 

DUPOI2L03A|MSD1 


01/21/03 
01/21/03 


7 
65 


<0 002S 
<0 57 


-; 0.057 

< II 


<0.25 

<57 UJ 


< 0.057 L'l 

< 11 


<oo2a 
<:5 7 


<oo2a 
<:5 7 


ND 
ND 


6]ISB0!I|I0 0| 


01/21/03 


10 


< 0006 


-; 0.012 


<0.06 


< 0.01 2 


<0 006 


<0 006 


ND 


616SB0I|2.0| 

DUPOT3O02D|M3D| 
6]6SBOI|4 0| 


07/30/02 
07/30/02 


2 
1 5 


N.A 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


WA 
WA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


ND 
ND 


07/30/02 


4 


N.\ 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6l6SB02|2.UI 


07/30/02 


2 


N.\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6]6SB02|5.0] 


07/30/02 


5 


N.A 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


616SB03|2.0] 


07/30/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6]6SB03|5.0] 


07/30/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


617SB0I|2.01 


05/131/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


617SB0I|5.01 


05rti|/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


617SB02|2.01 


07/31/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6I75B02|5.0] 


07/31/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6I7SB03|2.01 


05rti|/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


617SB03|5.0| 


05/UI/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6I95B0I|4.5] 


07/31/02 


45 


<0 005 UJ 


-;0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6]9SBOI[6.0| 


07/31/02 


6 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0005 


<00L 


ND 


6L93E0?|:| 
DUPOe0602D|M3D| 


1 r 1 "■^ 1 2 
l/irunAJ2 


2 
25 


<:0 005 UJ 
<0 005 UJ 


r-niiji 
<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 00'i 
<0 005 


■;00L 
<00L 


ND 
ND 


6L9SE02|5| 


05/136/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


619SB03|4.51 


07/31/02 


45 


<0 005 UJ 


-;0.05 


25 J- ■ 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6l?SB03|6.01 


07/31/02 


6 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


N^^ 



December 2005 



Page 2 Df 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuHb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlLfDmlB 



Sampk Name 


Samplr 
Batr 


1 Saniph 
Brplh 

IfTfll 


I^DCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrloBC 


Carbon 
Bbnllidr 


ChbraKirB 


IraDE- 
I^DCP 


AllOlbcr 
\OCa 






AUHlylLCHl 

McIIhkI 


SW8260B 


SW8260E 


3WS260E 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW5260B 


SW5260B 








im^'l-^f 


ini^i/l^j 


fm|]/hi]j 


Oiic/kb]! 


|iiii:/k':| 


imiirk^^ 


1 m^/k^ h 


ScrErnlDf Level | 


NE 


J.B 


0.24 


200 


NE 


NE 


_. 


619SBM|I30||MSD| 
625SE0I|2| 


01^23/03 


13 


< 00064 


-; 0.01 i 


-; 0.064 


< 0.01 3 


< 0064 


< 0064 


jSD 


07/29/02 


■* 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


625SE01|4| 


07/29/02 


4 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


625SE02|2] 


07/29/02 


2 


<:ooo5 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


625SE03|2| 
DUP07S02A 


07/29/02 
07/29/02 


2 
2 


<0 005 Ul 

<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 

-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<00L 
<00l 


ND 
ND 


625SE03|5| 
DUP0729O2B 


07/29/02 
07/29/02 


5 
55 


<0 005 UJ 
<0005 UJ 


<0.05 
<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<00L 
<00L 


ND 
ND 


6253E04|?| 


07/29/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


6253E04|5| 


07/29/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


■;00L 


ND 


626SE01|2| 


07/29/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


626SE01|4| 


07/29/02 


4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


626SE02|2| 


07/29/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


626SE02|4| 


07/29/02 


4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


626SE03|2| 


07/29/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


626SE03|5| 


07/29/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


62lS5BD4|II.O] 


01/23/03 


11 


< 00034 


0.021 


< 0.034 


< 0.01 7 


<:0 00B4 


< 0OB4 


ND 


626SB05[e.5| 

DUP0I2303E 


01/23/03 
01/23/03 


85 

9 


< 00095 
< 003 


-; 0.019 
< 0.061 


< 0.095 
<0.J 


< 0.019 L'l 

< 0.061 Ul 


< 0095 
<003 


<00O95 
<:0 03 


ND 
ND 


6265 B05| 10.0] 


01/23/03 


10 


< 001 2 


-; 0.025 


<0.12 


< 0.025 Ul 


<00L2 


<00[2 


ND 


6235BOI|2.0] 


07/30/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


6235BOI|5.0] 


07/30/02 


5 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


&235B02|2.5] 


07/30/02 


25 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


62B5B02|5.5] 

DUP073002A 


07/30/02 
07/30/02 


55 

5 


<0 005 UJ 

<:ooo5 UJ 


-;o.05 

<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<00L 
<00l 


ND 
ND 


623SB03|2.01 


07/30/02 


-1 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


Nrf 



December 2005 



Page 5 of 8 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuHb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlLfDmlB 



SaiDpIr Name 


Samplr 
Datr 


1 Saniph 
Drplh 

IfTfll 


I^DCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrloBC 


Carbon 
DbDllidr 


ChbralflrB 


IraDE- 
I^DCP 


AllOtbcr 
\OCa 






AuslylLCHl 
McIIhkI 


SW8260B 


SW8260E 


3WS260E 


3WS260E 


3W3?ftlJB 


3W52fiOB 


SW5260B 








im^'l-^f 


ini^i/l^j 


lax^'k^l 


Oiic/kb]! 


|JIIL?/kL?| 


|inb]/k^^ 


1 m^/k^ h 


ScrcenlDf Level 


NE 


s.a 


0.24 


200 


NE 


f^E 


_. 


6235B03|4.5I 


07/H\K\2 


45 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


jSD 


62BSB04|7| 


07/30/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


628SE04|5| 


07/30/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


628SE05|2| 


07/31/02 


2 


<:0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<:ooi 


ND 


62ESE05|5| 


07/31/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


62aSE06|2| 


07/31/02 


2 


<0 0CI5 Ul 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0005 


0015 J- 


ND 


62BSE06|4| 


07/31/02 


4 


<:0 005 Ul 


-;o.05 


0.14 J- 


< 0.005 


<:0 005 


<00l 


ND 


62SSE07|?| 
62S3E07|5| 


07/31/02 


2 


<.0 2 UJ 


<.2 


<2 UJ 


<0.2 


<.02 


<04 


ND 


07/31/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


62S3E0S|?| 


07/31/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


■;00L 


ND 


62SSE0S|5| 


07/31/02 


5 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<:ooo5 


<00L 


ND 


62S3E09|2| 
DUP0e0202A 


05/02/02 
05/n?/02 


2 
25 


<:ooo5 Ul 
<:ooo5 Ul 


-;o.05 

<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 Ul 


<0 005 
< 0.005 UJ 


<00L 
<0.0I UJ 


ND 
ND 


62S3E09|5| 


05/132/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<:ooo5 


<00l 


ND 


623SBIO|2.0] 


07/30/02 


2 


<:ooo5 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


b2SSBlO[5.0] 


07/30/02 


5 


<:ooo5 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<:ooo5 


<00l 


ND 


62S3EII|2] 
DUPOT3I02A|M3D) 


07/31/02 
07/31/02 


2 
25 


<:ooo5 Ul 
<:0 005 Ul 


-;o.05 
-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<:ooi 
<:QOf 


ND 
ND 


62S3EII|5| 


07/31/02 


5 


<:0 005 Ul 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<.00l 


ND 


b2SSBl5[9.5] 
DUP0II703A 


01/17/03 
01/17/03 


9 5 

10 


< 0053 

< 0057 


-;o.oi? 

< 0.01 1 


< 0.055 

< 0.057 


< 0.01 2 
<O.OII 


<0 005S 
<:0 0057 


<0 005S 
<0 0057 


ND 
ND 


6235BI6|I4.0] 


01/23/02 


4 


< 00059 


< 0.012 


-; 0.059 


< 0.012 Ul 


< 0059 


< 0059 


ND 


T6I5SE0I|?0| 


05/01/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


T6I5SE0]|4 5| 


05/131/02 


45 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<0OL 


ND 


T6I5SE02|?0| 


07/31/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


T6I5SE02|5 0| 


07/31/02 


5 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


0.055 1- 


< 0.005 


■:ooo5 


■;00L 


N^^ 



December 2005 



Page 4 Df tt 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuIIb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlifDmlB 



Sampk Name 


Samplr 
Datr 


1 Saniph 
Drplh 

IfTfll 


I^DCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrtoDC 


Carbon 
Dbnllidr 


ChbralflrB 


IraDE- 
I^DCP 


AllOlbcr 
VOCa 






AUHlylLCHl 

McIIhkI 


SWe260B 


SW8260E 


3WS260E 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW52fiOB 


SW5260B 








im^'l-^f 


\m'-IV'-.\ 


fm|]/hi]j 


Oiic/kb]! 


|JIIL?/kL?| 


|inu/k^^ 


1 m^/k^ \ 


ScrcenlDf Level 


NE 


J.B 


0.24 


200 


NE 


NE 


_. 


T6ieSE0?|?0| 
DUP0506O2C 


05^U6/02 
05/06/02 


1 
25 


<:0 005 UJ 
<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 
-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<00L 
<00l 


ND 
ND 


T6I8SE02|5 0| 


05flJ6/02 


5 


<:ooo5 Ul 


-;o.05 


< 05 UJ 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00l 


ND 


SL5SB01|2.0| 


05rti6/02 


2 


N.-^ 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


SL5SB01|5.0| 


05/06/02 


5 


N.A 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


SL5SB02|2.0| 


05/01/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


SL5SB02|4.0| 


05/01/02 


4 


Nrt 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


SL5SB0J|2.0| 


05/06/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


SL53BIJ5|5.0| 


05/06/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600FD3SB0L|2 0| 


05/01/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600FDSSB0[|J 5| 
60CCSE01|?| 


05/01/02 


35 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


07/31/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


6CCCSE01|5| 


07/31/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600CSE0?|?| 


07/31/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600CSB02|4.01 


07/31/02 


4 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600CSBO3|2.Ol 


07/29/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


lSDDC5B03|5.0] 


07/29/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


60IK:SB04|2.01 


07/29/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600CSBO4|5.Ol 


07/29/02 


5 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600RRSBOI|2.01 
DUP0505O2B 


05/05/02 
05/05/02 


2 
25 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


NA 
NA 


ND 
ND 


600RRSBOI|5.51 


05/05/02 


55 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600RRSBO2|2.Ol 


05/05/02 


2 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600RRSBO2|5.Ol 


05/05/02 


5 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600RRSBO3|2.Ol 


05/05/02 


T 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600RRSBO3|5.O| 


05/05/02 


5 


N^ 


N\ 


N\ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NU 



December 2005 



Page 5 of tt 



Tabic C-2 
SuBDiarj of VOC KceuHb hi 5a II 

C ommbvi r>/PX Slndj Area 
Fi&kldio of Sin FFanci&CD.CHlifDmlB 



Sampk Name 


Samplr 
Datr 


1 Saniph 
Drplh 

IfTfll 


I^DCE 


2-BiilaiiDDr 


AcrtoDC 


Carbon 
Dbnllidr 


ChbralflrB 


IraDE- 
l^DCP 


AllOlbcr 
\OCa 






AUHlylLCHl 

McIIhkI 


SW 82608 


SW8260B 


3WS260B 


SWS260E 


SWS260B 


SW52fiOB 


SW5260B 








im^'l-^f 


ini^i/l^lj 


f[ii|]/hi]j 


Oiic/kb]! 


|llll?/kL?l 


|inb]/k^^ 


1 m^/k^ h 


ScrErnlof Level 


NE 


s.a 


0.24 


200 


Ni: 


NE 


_. 


600RRSE04|?|MSD 
600RRSE04|4|MSD 


IJ5^UT/02 


2 


N.-\ 


ti.\ 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


05/07/02 


4 


N.A 


NA 


NA 


WA 


NA 


NA 


ND 


600SDSE0I|2 0| 


05rti6/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0005 


<00l 


ND 


600SDSE01|5 0| 


05rti6/02 


5 


<:0 005 UJ 


<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 Ul 


-; 0.005 L'J 


<0.0I UJ 


ND 


600SDSE0?|?0| 


05^11/02 


2 


<0 005 UJ 


<0.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<00L 


ND 


600SDSE02|5 0| 


05rti|/02 


5 


<0 005 Ul 


-;o.05 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 0O5 


<00L 


ND 


600SDSE03|?0| 


05/06/02 


2 


<:0 005 Ul 


<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<:ooo5 


<00l 


ND 


600SDSE03|5 5| 


05/06/02 


55 


<:ooo5 Ul 


<005 U) 


<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 


<0 005 


<:ooi 


ND 


600SDSE04|?n| 
DUP0506O2B 


05/U6/02 
05/116/02 


2 
25 


<Q005 Ul 

<:ooo5 Ul 


<005 UJ 
<005 UJ 


<0 05 Ul 
<0 05 Ul 


< 0.005 

< 0.005 


<0 005 
<0 005 


<00k 
<00l 


ND 
ND 


600SDSE04|5 0| 
lS00SDSBO5|2] 


05/06/02