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Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of central Sarasota County, Florida

A. D. Duerr

Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of central Sarasota County, Florida

by A. D. Duerr

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquifers -- Florida -- Sarasota County.,
  • Groundwater -- Florida -- Sarasota County.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.D. Duerr and R.M. Wolansky ; prepared in cooperation with Sarasota County, Florida.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 86-4068.
    ContributionsWolansky, R. M., Sarasota County (Fla.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17833593M

    Technical Publication A THREE-DIMENSIONAL FINITE DIFFERENCE GROUND WATER FLOW MODEL OF LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA by Richard F. Bower Karin M. Adams Jorge I. Restrepo January Hydrogeology Division Department of Research and Evaluation South Florida Water Management District West Palm Beach, Florida aUi 12E- PAGE 4 4 PAGE 5. Contents Chapter Page 1 INTRODUCTION 1 Objectives of the Guidelines 1 Water Demands and Reuse 1 Source Substitution 2 Pollution Abatement 3 Treatment and Water Quality Considerations 3 Overview of the Guidelines 4 References 5 2 TYPES OF REUSE APPLICATIONS 7 Urban Reuse 7 Reclaimed Water Demand 8 Reliability and Public .

    system, including the surficial, the Chesapeake, the Castle Hayne–Aquia, the Severn–Magothy, and the Potomac aqui-fers. The aquifers generally overlie each other (figure ), but their areal extents differ. A correlation chart displays the relation between the five aquifers of the Principal aquiferFile Size: 22MB. Hydrogeology and Analysis of Aquifer Characteristics in West-Central Pinellas County, Florida Hydrographic Characterization of Two Tidal Creeks with Implications for Watershed Land Use Hydrographic Conditions and Dissolved Oxygen Status of the Tampa Bay Estuarine System (September-October ).

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Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of central Sarasota County, Florida by A. D. Duerr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of central Sarasota County, Florida. [A D Duerr; R M Wolansky; Sarasota County (Fla.); Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Fish JE () Hydrogeology, aquifer characteristics, and ground-water flow of the surficial aquifer system, Broward County, Florida.

US Geol Sur Water-Res Invest Rept Google Scholar Fish JE Stewart MT () Hydrogeology of the surficial aquifer system, Dade County, by: 1. 'Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of. central Sarasota County, Florida' -- subject(s): Groundwater, Aquifers 'Hydrogeologic data for Eureka Springs landfill and adjacent.

The surficial and intermediate aquifer systems and the Upper Floridan aquifer of the Floridan aquifer system contain six separate aquifers, or permeable zones, and have a total thickness of about.

Hydrogeology of Lee County, Florida, by Thomas M. Missimer and W. Kirk Martin Water Level Maps of the Primary Aquifers in the Lower West Coast of Florida. - F9ene McPeeks - U.S. Geological Rpt. tif Page 2 ] DEPARTNEhT OF THE INTERIOR HANUEL LUJAN.

JR. Secretary U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVFl Dallas L. Peck. Director Any use of trade. west-central Florida where both the intermediate aquifer system and Upper Floridan aquifer exist. Measurements of caliper, temperature, gamma, fluid conductivity, and flow were obtained in 87 wells throughout west-central Florida to detennine the occurrence of interaquifer borehole flow between the.

Barr, G.L.,Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifer systems in Sarasota and adjacent counties, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report81 p.

Hillsborough County, Florida By Richard M. Yager and P.A. Metz Abstract Pumpage from the Upper Floridan aquifer in northwest Hillsborough County near Tampa, Florida, has induced downward leakage from the overlying surficial aquifer and lowered the water table in many areas.

Leakage is highest where. Hydrogeology of the Surficial & Intermediate Aquifer Systems in Sarasota and Adjacent Counties Hydrogeology of the Surficial and Intermediate Aquifers of Central Sarasota County, Florida Hydrographic Characterization of Two Tidal Creeks with Implications for Watershed Land Use.

Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifers of central Sarasota County, Florida / (Tallahassee, Fla.: Chemical effects of highway runoff on the surficial aquifer, Broward County, Florida / (Tallahassee, Fla.: U.S. Dept. of the Hydrogeology of the surficial and intermediate aquifer systems in Sarasota and adjacent.

it from the surficial aquifer system. In Broward County, the surficial aquifer system is divided into the Biscayne aquifer and the lower part of the surficial aquifer system, which includes all units and properties below the Biscayne aquifer and above the intermediate confining unit (fig.

The Biscayne aquifer mainly consists of carbon. Hydrogeology and ground-water quality of confined aquifers in buried valleys in Rock County, Minnesota and Minnehaha County, South Dakota / (Mounds View, Minn.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by Richard J.

Lindgren, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Minnesota. northeast Sarasota County c 20—foot contour was estimated from measurements wells that tap both the Upper Floridan and intermediate aquifers (fig. cone of depression in the potentiometric surface of the composite intermediate aquifer system in western Lee County.

Southern Florida is underlain by rocks and sediments that naturally contain radioactive isotopes. The primary origin of the radioactive isotopes is Miocene-aged phosphate deposits that can be enriched in uranium and its daughter isotopes.

Nodular phosphate containing radionuclides from the Miocene has been reworked into younger formations and is ubiquitous in southern by: 2. Ground-water availability assessment for the Surficial aquifer on Pine Island, Lee County, Florida: South Florida Water Management District Technical Publication (DRE).

Bush, P.W., Connector well experiment to recharge the Floridan aquifer, east Orange County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Hydrogeology & Water-Quality Characteristics of the Lower Floridian Aquifer-East-Central Florida Hydrogeology of the Surficial & Intermediate Aquifer Systems in Sarasota and Adjacent Counties Hydrologic Conditions Report -- SJRWMD.

Mapping porewater salinity with electromagnetic and electrical methods in shallow coastal environments, Terra Ceia, Florida h [electronic resource] / by Wm.

Jason Greenwood. [Tampa, Fla.]: University of South Florida, Thesis (M.S.)--University of South. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY AND HYDROLOGY TALLAHASSEE AREA, FLORIDA INTRODUCTION Florida has the purest water, the freshest of breezes, broad reserves of needed mineral resources, largely unsullied beaches and waterways, yet at the same time, it h as the highest growth rate in the continental United States.

Salinityand Temperature-Dependent Groundwater Flow in the Floridan Aquifer System of South Florida by Joseph D. Hughes A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Geology College of Arts and Sciences University of South Florida Major Professor: H.L.

Vacher, Ph.D. Ward. The intermediate aquifers exist most extensively in the south-central part of the study area, from Polk County south.

They are tapped v/hen the Floridan Aquifer is not suitable for drinking water and the unconfined surficial aquifer does not yield large enough quantities of water.Reappraisal of the geology and hydrogeology of Gilchrist County, Florida, with emphasis on the Waccasassa Flats Surficial and bedrock geology of the western portion of the U.S.G.S.scale Sarasota quadrangle, south-central Florida (FGS: Open File Map Series 86) Sarasota County intermediate aquifer system core drilling and.

Knochenmus, Lari A. and Bowman, Geronia,Transmissivity and water quality of water-producing zones in the intermediate aquifer system, Sarasota County, Florida: Tallahassee, FL, U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report WRIR, 27 p.