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Hello Kristin,

You can certainly change the analyte units in GSS spreadsheet. You can right click on the unit and under the 'units' drop down menu, you can select the available unit for your analyte. For more information, please refer to section 3.2.3 Changing units in the GWB Essentials user guide.

Hope this helps.

Jia Wang

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Hello Kristin, 

With regards to your first question, I believe the TSS analyte is added as a user defined analyte. When doing so, you would have selected the category, dimension, and the default unit for your analyte. If you do not select a category, dimension, and a unit for TSS, then the default is just a number without any concentration units. For more information on user defined analytes, please refer to section 3.3.5 in the GWB Essential user’s guides.

Default units for titration acidity are in equivalent base per volume or kg of fluid. Unfortunately, there is not a way to add mg/kg as CaCO3 as a default unit. Perhaps, you might consider adding a user defined analyte and set the unit to be mg/L as CaCO3. Please note that user defined analyte cannot be used in simulations by GWB apps.

Best regards,
Jia Wang

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