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PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT
ST. JULIENS CREEK ANNEX (U.S. NAVY)
CHESAPEAKE, CHESAPEAKE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

EPA FACILITY ID: VA5170000181

TABLES (Cont.)

Table 3. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in On-Site Shallow Groundwater at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppb) CV (ppb) CV Source Max Location Date
VOCs
1,2-dichloroethene (total) 2 / 4 / 32 550 D 55 RBC-N 9,12,13,14 1996
Benzene 3 / 3 / 83 1,070 0.6 CREG Building 201 1995
Ethylbenzene 1 / 7 / 83 983 700 LTHA Building 201 1995
Methylene chloride 19 / 66 / 69 380 BDJ 5 CREG 9,12,13,14 1996
Toluene 2 / 7 / 83 1,814 200 EMEG-int-child Building 201 1995
Total xylenes 1 / 9 / 83 2,589 2,000 EMEG-int-child Building 201 1995
Trichloroethene 6 / 8 / 69 5,200 D 5 MCL 9,12,13,14 1996
Vinyl chloride N/A 12 0.03 CREG Site 21 2003
SVOCs
4-chloro-3-methylphenol 1 / 66 1 J N/A N/A Site 3 1996
Acenaphthylene 3 / 80 412 N/A N/A Building 201 1995
Benzo(a)anthracene 1 / 1 / 69 1 J 0.092 RBC-C Site 3 1996
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 4 / 14 / 69 70 4.8 RBC-C Site 15 1996
Naphthalene 2 / 8 / 83 1,129 100 LTHA Building 201 1995
Pentachlorophenol 2 / 2 / 69 1 J 0.3 CREG Site 3 1996
Phenanthrene 4 / 80 148 N/A N/A Building 201 1995
Pesticides/PCBs
Heptachlor 1 / 1 / 80 0.024 J 0.008 CREG Site 3 1999
Explosives
1,3-dinitrobenzene N/A 1.1 J 1 RMEG-child Site 21 2003
RDX N/A 5.3 J 0.3 CREG Site 21 2003
Inorganics
Aluminum 6 / 65 / 69 87,400 20,000 EMEG-int-child Site 5 1999
Antimony 3 / 8 / 68 47.7 4 RMEG-child 9,12,13,14 1996
Arsenic 40 / 40 / 69 56.5 0.02 CREG Site 4 1996
Barium 4 / 69 / 69 787 700 RMEG-child Site 3 1996
Beryllium 1 / 21 / 69 2 20 EMEG-chr-child SWMU 20 1991
Cadmium 5 / 15 / 69 11.5 2 EMEG-chr-child Site 5 1999
Calcium 69 / 69 539,000 N/A N/A Site 3 1999
Chromium 9 / 31 / 69 96 30 RMEG-child SWMU 20 1991
Cobalt 4 / 41 / 69 257 100 EMEG-int-child Site 5 1999
Copper 1 / 51 / 69 44 300 EMEG-int-child Building 1566 1991
Iron 45 / 69 / 69 123,000 11,000 RBC-N Site 3 1996
Lead 9 / 43 / 83 152 15 EPA SWMU 13/23 1991
Magnesium 69 / 69 352,000 N/A N/A Site 3 1996
Manganese 49 / 69 / 69 5,440 500 RMEG-child Site 3 1999
Nickel 5 / 42 / 69 360 100 LTHA Site 5 1999
Potassium 69 / 69 105,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Silver 1 / 21 / 69 400 50 RMEG-child Site 4 1999
Sodium 69 / 69 2,440,000 N/A N/A Site 3 1996
Thallium 15 / 16 / 69 12.7 0.5 LTHA Site 4 1996
Vanadium 8 / 32 / 69 127 30 EMEG-int-child SWMU 20 1991

Sources: LANTDIV 1992b, 1995, 1996, 2003b, 2003e; EPA 1999b.
Note: The numbers of exceedences, detections, and samples, do not include data from LANTDIV 2003e.
Key:

B not detected significantly above the level reported in laboratory or field blanks
CREG cancer risk evaluation guide (ATSDR)
CV comparison value
D dilution sample
EMEG-chr-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, chronic exposure
EMEG-int-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, intermediate exposure
J analyte present, but value may not be accurate or precise
LTHA Lifetime Health Advisory
MCL Maximum Contaminant Limit
ppb parts per billion
RBC-C risk-based level (EPA), cancer
RBC-N risk-based level (EPA), non-cancer effects
RDX cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine
RMEG-child reference media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child
SVOC semivolatile organic compound
VOC volatile organic compound


Table 4. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in On-Site Deep Groundwater at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppb) CV (ppb) CV Source Max Location Date
SVOCs
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 1 / 6 / 18 5 J 4.8 RBC-C Site 4 1999
Pesticides/PCBs            
Heptachlor 1 / 1 / 18 0.033 J 0.008 CREG Site 5 1999
Explosives
RDX 1 / 1 / 3 1.6 J 0.3 CREG Site 5 1999
Inorganics
Arsenic 7 / 7 / 18 6.5 J 0.02 CREG Site 4 1999
Calcium 18 / 18 286,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Iron 4 / 18 / 18 68,500 11,000 RBC-N Site 4 1999
Magnesium 18 / 18 151,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Manganese 6 / 18 / 18 12,500 500 RMEG-child Site 4 1999
Potassium 18 / 18 33,100 J N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Sodium 18 / 18 698,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Thallium 5 / 5 / 18 2.7 J 0.5 LTHA Site 3 1999

Sources: LANTDIV 2003b.
Key:

CREG cancer risk evaluation guide (ATSDR)
CV comparison value
J analyte present, but value may not be accurate or precise
LTHA Lifetime Health Advisory
ppb parts per billion
RBC-C risk-based level (EPA), cancer
RBC-N risk-based level (EPA), non-cancer effects
RMEG-child reference media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child
SVOCs semivolatile organic compounds


Table 5. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in On-Site Soil at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppm) CV (ppm) CV Source Max Location Date
VOCs
Chloromethane 3 / 114 0.005 J N/A N/A Site 5 1999
SVOCs
Acenaphthylene 23 / 110 4.6 N/A N/A Site 19 2003
Benzo(a)anthracene 5 / 80 / 110 15 3.9 RBC-C EPIC AOC 1 2001
Benzo(a)pyrene 66 / 78 / 110 11 0.1 CREG EPIC AOC 1 2001
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 5 / 89 / 110 12 3.9 RBC-C EPIC AOC 1 2001
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 73 / 110 3.1 N/A N/A EPIC AOC 1 2001
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 4 / 15 / 110 1.5 0.39 RBC-C EPIC AOC 1 2001
Phenanthrene 65 / 110 6.3 J N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Pesticides/PCBs
4,4'-DDE 2 / 79 / 113 4.7 J 2 CREG Site 5 1999
4,4'-DDT 2 / 84 / 113 3.1 J 2 CREG Site 5 1999
Aroclor-1254 1 / 25 / 109 9.4 D 1 EMEG-chr-child Site 16 1996
Aroclor-1260 2 / 13 / 109 6.3 1.4 RBC-C Site 4 1999
Dieldrin 5 / 21 / 109 0.072 J 0.04 CREG Site 4 1999
Inorganics
Antimony 5 / 61 / 104 162 20 RMEG-child Site 3 1999
Arsenic 100 / 113 / 118 152 0.5 CREG Site 5 1999
Barium 2 / 118 / 118 5,970 4,000 RMEG-child Site 5 1999
Cadmium 10 / 92 / 114 396 10 EMEG-chr-child Site 19 1996
Calcium 112 / 112 49,100 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Chromium 6 / 115 / 118 1,040 200 RMEG-child Site 19 1996
Copper 5 / 112 / 112 42,500 2,000 EMEG-int-child Site 19 1996
Lead 26 / 118 / 118 7,910 400 EPA action level Site 5 1996
Magnesium 112 / 112 5,080 N/A N/A Site 5 1999
Manganese 2 / 112 / 112 935 3,000 RMEG-child Site 3 1999
Nickel 1 / 110 / 112 1,400 1,000 RMEG-child Site 4 1996
Potassium 112 / 112 4,870 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Sodium 107 / 112 6,410 N/A N/A Site 5 1999
Vanadium 2 / 111 / 112 5,330 200 EMEG-int-child Site 4 1996

Sources: LANTDIV 1992b, 1995, 1996, 2003b, 2003e; EPA 1999b.
Note: The numbers of exceedences, detections, and samples, do not include data from LANTDIV 2003e.
Key:

B not detected significantly above the level reported in laboratory or field blanks
CREG cancer risk evaluation guide (ATSDR)
CV comparison value
D dilution sample
DDD dichlorodiphenyldichloroethane
DDE dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene
EMEG-chr-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, chronic exposure
PCBs polychlorinated biphenyls
ppm parts per million
RBC-C risk-based level (EPA), cancer
RMEG-child reference media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child
SVOCs semivolatile organic compounds
VOCs volatile organic compounds


Table 6. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in On-Site Surface Water at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppb) CV (ppb) CV Source Max Location Date
SVOCs
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 1 / 22 3 J N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 1 / 1 / 22 3 J 0.0092 RBC-C Site 4 1999
Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 1 / 1 / 22 2 J 0.092 RBC-C Site 4 1999
Inorganics
Aluminum 3 / 24 / 24 95,000 20,000 EMEG-int-child Site 1 2001
Antimony 1 / 4 / 24 5.1 B 4 RMEG-child Site 4 1999
Arsenic 11 / 11 / 24 65.8 L 0.02 CREG Site 1 2001
Beryllium 1 / 15 / 24 22.6 20 EMEG-chr-child Site 3 1999
Cadmium 2 / 15 / 24 8.4 2 EMEG-chr-child Site 3 1999
Calcium 24 / 24 405,000 N/A N/A Site 3 1999
Chromium 1 / 12 / 24 162 30 RMEG-child Site 1 2001
Cobalt 2 / 22 / 24 255 100 EMEG-int-child Site 3 1999
Copper N/A 530 300 EMEG-int-child Site 1 2001
Iron 7 / 22 / 24 141,000 11,000 RBC-N Site 1 2001
Lead 4 / 19 / 24 4,760 15 EPA Site 5 1999
Magnesium 24 / 24 632,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Manganese 14 / 24 / 24 7,590 500 RMEG-child Site 5 1999
Nickel 2 / 24 / 24 364 100 LTHA Site 3 1999
Potassium 24 / 24 225,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Sodium 24 / 24 5,090,000 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Thallium 1 / 1 / 24 [4.1] B 0.5 LTHA Blows Creek 1999
Vanadium 1 / 19 / 24 196 30 EMEG-int-child Site 1 2001
Zinc 1 / 24 / 24 4,690 3,000 EMEG-chr-child Site 5 1999

Sources: LANTDIV 1992b, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2003b; EPA 1999b.
Note: The numbers of exceedences, detections, and samples, do not include data from LANTDIV 2002.
Key:

+ results reported from diluted analyses
[…] analyte present, but as values approach the IDL the quantitation limit may not be accurate
B not detected significantly above the level reported in laboratory or field blanks
CV comparison value
EMEG-int-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, intermediate exposure
LTHA Lifetime Health Advisory
ppb parts per billion
RBC-N risk-based level (EPA), non-cancer effects
RMEG-child reference media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child


Table 7. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in On-Site Sediment at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppm) CV (ppm) CV Source Max Location Date
SVOCs
Acenaphthylene 10 / 26 0.36 N/A N/A Site 4 2003
Benzo(a)anthracene 1 / 22 / 28 4.1 3.9 RBC-C Blows Creek 1999
Benzo(a)pyrene 18 / 21 / 28 3.8 J 0.1 CREG Blows Creek 1999
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 1 / 23 / 28 5.9 J* 3.9 RBC-C Blows Creek 1999
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 19 / 28 2.6 N/A N/A Site 4 2003
Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane N/A 1 N/A N/A AOC 1 2003
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 1 / 11 / 27 1.2 0.39 RBC-C Site 4 2003
Phenanthrene 16 / 28 4.8 N/A N/A Blows Creek 1999
Pesticides/PCBs
Aldrin N/A 0.1 0.04 CREG N/A 2003
Dioxins/Furans
Total Dioxins N/A 0.000091 0.00005 CREG N/A 2003
Inorganics
Antimony 1 / 14 / 27 173 J 20 RMEG-child Site 3 1999
Arsenic 26 / 27 / 28 61.1 0.5 CREG N/A 2003
Calcium 28 / 28 18,300 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Lead 5 / 28 / 28 1,560 400 EPA Action Level Blows Creek 1999
Magnesium 28 / 28 6,740 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Potassium 28 / 28 3,850 N/A N/A Site 4 1999
Sodium 28 / 28 12,000 N/A N/A Blows Creek 1999

Sources: LANTDIV 1992b, 1995, 1996, 2003b, 2003f; EPA 1999b.
Note: The numbers of exceedences, detections, and samples, do not include data from LANTDIV 2003f.
Key:

* results reported from diluted analysis
CREG cancer risk evaluation guide (ATSDR)
CV comparison value
EMEG-int-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, intermediate exposure
J analyte present, but value may not be accurate or precise
PCBs polychlorinated biphenyls
ppm parts per million
RBC-C risk-based level (EPA), cancer
RMEG-child reference media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child
SVOCs semivolatile organic compounds


Table 8. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in Off-Site Surface Water at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppb) CV (ppb) CV Source Max Location Date
Inorganics
Calcium 2 / 2 305,000     Elizabeth River 2002
Magnesium 2 / 2 870,000     Elizabeth River 2002
Potassium 2 / 2 245,000     Elizabeth River 2002
Sodium 2 / 2 / 2 6,700,000 20,000 EPA Guideline Elizabeth River 2002

Sources: VDEQ 2003b.
Key:

ppb parts per billion


Table 9. Contaminants Detected Above CVs in Off-Site Sediment at St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Contaminant Exceeds / Detects / Samples Max (ppm) CV (ppm) CV Source Max Location Date
Inorganics
Aluminum 1 / 13 / 13 112,000 100,000 EMEG-int-child Elizabeth River 1999
Arsenic 13 / 13 / 13 9.7 1 CREG St. Juliens Creek 1999
Calcium 13 / 13 25,400     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Magnesium 13 / 13 6,000     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Potassium 13 / 13 [1,360]     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Sodium 13 / 13 7,270     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Pesticides/PCBs
Dieldrin 1 / 1 / 5 0.054 J 0.040 CREG St. Juliens Creek 1999
Acenaphthylene 5 / 12 0.6     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Benzo(a)anthracene 1 / 9 / 12 4.4 * 3.9 RBC-C St. Juliens Creek 1999
Benzo(a)pyrene 9 / 9 / 12 2.7 0.1 CREG St. Juliens Creek 1999
Benzo(b)fluoranthene 1 / 10 / 12 4.8 * 3.9 RBC-C St. Juliens Creek 1999
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene 9 / 12 0.78     St. Juliens Creek 1999
Dibenz(a,h)anthracene 1 / 8 / 12 0.67 0.39 RBC-C St. Juliens Creek 1999
Phenanthrene 6 / 12 1.8     St. Juliens Creek 1999

Sources: LANTDIV 1995, 1996, 2003b; EPA 1999b.
Key:

* results reported from diluted analysis
[…] analyte present, but as values approach the IDL the quantitation limit may not be accurate
CREG cancer risk evaluation guide (ATSDR)
CV comparison value
EMEG-int-child exposure media evaluation guide (ATSDR), child, intermediate exposure
J estimated value
PCBs polychlorinated biphenyls
ppm parts per million
RBC-C risk-based level (EPA), cancer
SVOCs semivolatile organic compounds


Table 10. Lead in Soil at Housing Areas, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Housing Area Exceedences Detections Samples Max, Foundation (ppm) Max, Walkway (ppm)
Quarters 50 0 0 3 0 0
Quarters J 1 3 3 935 240
Quarters K 0 0 0 0 0
Quarters F 3 3 3 1,522 1,706
Quarters G 2 2 2 537 0
Quarters A 3 3 3 8,234 1,776
Quarters B 3 3 3 46,300 2,845
Quarters I 2 2 2 2,112 0

Source: NAVFAC 1996.
Note: The comparison value for lead in soil is 400 ppm (EPA action level)
Key: ppm parts per million


Table 11. Lead in Dust at Housing Areas, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, VA.

Housing Area Exceedences Detections Samples Max, Window (µg/ft2) Max, Floor (µg/ft2)
Quarters 50 0 0 8 0 0
Quarters J 0 0 8 0 0
Quarters K 1 8 8 189 103
Quarters F 1 8 8 538 92
Quarters G 2 8 8 913 165
Quarters A 2 8 8 1,988 14
Quarters B 1 8 8 237 400
Quarters I 0 0 8 0 0

Source: NAVFAC 1996.
Key: µg/ft2 micrograms per square foot
Note: Available screening values for lead in dust are 500 µg/ft2 (window sill), 800 µg/ft2 (window well), 100 µg/ft2 (floor) (NAVFAC 1996); the HUD and TSCA Residential Lead Hazard Standard (TSCA Section 403) is 25 µg/ft2 for floors.


Table 12. Blood Lead Sampling, 1995-2000, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA.

Class Residence Total Samples Number of Samples, by Blood Lead Level (µg/dL)
< 10 10 - 19 20 - 44 45 - 69 > 70
High-Risk On-Base 114 101 11 2 0 0
Off-Base 1074 1055 16 3 0 0
Low-Risk On-Base 29 29 0 0 0 0
Off-Base 327 327 0 0 0 0

Source: NEHC 2003a.
Key: µg/dL micrograms per deciliter


FIGURES

Overview Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 1. Overview Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

Vicinity Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 2. Vicinity Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

IRP Sites and EPIC AOCs, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 3. IRP Sites and EPIC AOCs, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

Demographic Data, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 4. Demographic Data, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

Aerial View, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 5. Aerial View, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

ATSDR's Exposure Evaluation Process
Figure 6. ATSDR's Exposure Evaluation Process.

Topographic Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 7. Topographic Map, St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.

Approximate Locations of Housing Areas (Demolished in 2001), St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia
Figure 8. Approximate Locations of Housing Areas (Demolished in 2001), St. Juliens Creek Annex, Chesapeake, Virginia.


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