Water Resources Data Florida Water Year 2002

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U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey

Water Resources Data Florida Water Year 2002 Volume 1B. Northeast Florida Ground Water Water-Data Report FL-02-1B

Prepared in cooperation with the State of Florida and with other agencies or cooperators

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GALE A. NORTON, Secretary U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Charles G. Groat, Director

Prepared in cooperation with the State of Florida and with other agencies as listed under cooperation

For additional information write to Chief, Hydrologic Records Section U.S. Geological Survey 224 West Central Parkway, Suite 1006 Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714 2003

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PREFACE

This volume of the annual hydrologic data report of Florida is one of a series of annual reports that document hydrologic data gathered from the U.S. Geological Survey's surface- and ground­ water data-collection networks in each State, Puerto Rico, and the Trust Territories. These records of streamflow, ground-water levels, and quality of water provide the hydrologic information needed by State, local, and Federal agencies, and the private sector for developing and managing our Nation's land and water resources. Hydrologic data for Florida are contained in four volumes: Volume 1. Northeast Florida Volume 2. South Florida Volume 3. Southwest Florida Volume 4. Northwest Florida This report was prepared for publication by S.M. Dickerson under the supervision of Donna M. Schiffer and Howard G. George. The following individuals contributed significantly to the collection, processing and tabulation of the data: Altamonte Springs Subdistrict Office S. Anderson

C. Engstrom

W.J. McDevitt

E.P. Simonds

L.L. Braley

R.S. Greenwood

R. Medina

G.F. Taylor

T.C. Coates

W. Hopkins

A.P. Nazarian

D.J. Walsh

Jose Cruz

W.D. Hyde

J.A. O’Brien

S.M. Wicklein

T.P. Curran

R.E. Jones

M. J. Orr

M. Wood

D.B. Dale

J.L. Kelly

J. Pollender

E.J. Duffy

S. Kinnaman

J. Shelton

Jacksonville Field Headquarters R.A. Broxton

D. Huntt

C.V. Phillips, Jr.

Larry B. Thomas

J.A. Willard

D.K. Williams

M.J. Savarino

This report was prepared in cooperation with the State of Florida and with other agencies under the general supervision of Carl Goodwin, District Chief, Florida.

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February 12, 2003

3. REPORT TYPE AND DATES COVERED

Annual - Oct. 1, 2001 to Sept. 30, 2002

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Water Resources Data - Florida, Water Year 2002 Volume 1B: Northeast Florida - Ground Water 6. AUTHOR(S)

7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES)

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U.S. Geological Survey 224 West Central Parkway, Suite 1006 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

USGS/WDR-FL-02-1B

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U.S. Geological Survey 224 West Central Parkway, Suite 1006 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

USGS/WDR-FL-02-1B

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Water resources data for the 2002 water year in Florida consist of continuous or daily discharge for 392 streams, periodic discharge for 17 streams, continuous or daily stage for 191 streams, periodic stage for 13 streams, peak stage and discharge for 33 streams; continuous or daily elevations for 14 lakes, periodic elevations for 49 lakes; continuous ground-water levels for 418 wells, periodic ground-water levels for 1,287 wells; quality-of-water data for 116 surface-water sites and 291 wells. The data for northeast Florida include continuous or daily discharge for 155 streams, periodic discharge for 7 streams, continuous or daily stage for 61 streams, periodic stage for 0 streams; peak stage and discharge for 0 streams; continuous or daily elevations for 10 lakes, periodic elevations for 20 lakes; continuous ground water levels for 53 wells, periodic ground­ water levels for 589 wells; quality-of-water data for 44 surface-water sites and 86 wells. These data represent the National Water Data System records collected by the U.S. Geological Survey and cooperating local, State and Federal agencies in Florida. 14. SUBJECT TERMS

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*Florida, *Hydrologic data, *Surface water, *Ground water, *Water quality, Flow rate, Gaging stations, Lakes, Reservoirs, Chemical analyses, Sediments, Water tempera­ tures, Sampling sites, Water levels, Water analyses, Elevations, Water wells. 17. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF REPORT

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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cooperation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summary of hydrologic conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special networks and programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Latitude-longitude system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Records of ground-water levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data collection and computation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Records of ground-water quality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data collection and computation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remark codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rounding clarification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Access to USGS water data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Definition of terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Well descriptions and ground-water data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alachua County, miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baker County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brevard County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Citrus County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clay County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duval County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flagler County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Glades County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hernando County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Highlands County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indian River County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lake County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Levy County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Well descriptions and ground-water data--Continued

Marion County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nassau County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Okeechobee County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orange County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water-quality records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Osceola County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pasco County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Polk County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Putnam County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . St Johns County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seminole County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sumter County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Volusia County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous water level measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Index to introductory text. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Table 1. Summary of water levels at selected wells for the period of record and water-year 2002. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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1. Geographic area covered by this report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. Map showing location of long-term hydrographs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. System for numbering wells and miscellaneous sites (latitude and longitude) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. Baker County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. Brevard County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. Citrus County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. Clay County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. Duval County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. Flagler County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. Glades County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. Hernando County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. Highlands County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Indian River County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. Lake County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. Levy County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16. Marion County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17. Nassau County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18. Okeechobee County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. Orange County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20. Osceola County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21. Pasco County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22. Polk County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23. Putnam County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24. St Johns County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25. Seminole County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26. Sumter County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27. Volusia County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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INTRODUCTION The Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with State agencies, obtains a large amount of data pertaining to the water resources of Florida each water year. These data, accumulated during many water years, constitute a valuable data base for developing an improved understanding of the water resources of the State. To make these data readily avail­ able to interested parties outside the Geological Survey, the data are published annually in this report series entitled "Water Resources Data - Florida." This report series includes records of stage, discharge, and water quality of streams, stage, contents, water quality of lakes and reservoirs, and water levels and water quality of ground-water wells. Volume 1B contains records for continuous ground­ water elevations at 55 wells; periodic ground-water elevations at 146 wells; miscellaneous ground-water elevations at 473 wells; and water-quality at 57 ground-water sites. The area encompassed in this report is shown in figure 1. The data presented here represent part of the National Water Data System collected by the U.S. Geological Survey and cooperating State and Federal agencies in Florida. This series of annual reports for Florida began with the 1961 water year with a report that contained only data relating to the quantities of surface water. For the 1964 water year, a similar report was introduced that contained only data relating to water quality. Beginning with the 1975 water year, the report format was changed to present, in one volume, data on quantities of sur­ face water, quality of surface and ground water, and ground-water levels. Prior to introduction of this series and for several water years concurrent with it, water-resources data for Florida were pub­ lished in U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Papers. Data on stream discharge and stage and on lake or reservoir contents and stage, through September 1960, were published annually under the title "Surface-Water Supply of the United States." For the 1961 through 1970 water years, the data were published in two 5-year reports. Data on chemical quality, temperature, and sus­ pended sediment for the 1941 through 1970 water years were published annually under the title "Quality of Surface Waters of the United States," and water levels for the 1935 through 1974 water years were published under the title "Ground-Water Levels in the United States." The above mentioned Water-Supply Papers may be consulted in the libraries of the principal cities of the United States and may be purchased from Distribution Branch, Text Products Section, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and OpenFile Reports, Federal Center, Building 41, Box 25425, Denver, CO 80225. Publications similar to this report are published annually by the Geological Survey for all States. These official Survey reports have an identification number consisting of the two-letter State abbreviation, the last two digits of the water year, and the volume number. For example, this volume is identified as "U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Report FL-02-1B." For archiving and general distribution, the reports for 1971-74 water years also are identified as water-data reports. These water-data reports are for sale in paper copy or in microfiche by the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Spring­ field, VA 22161. Additional information, including current prices, for ordering specific reports may be obtained from the District Office at the address given on the back of the title page or by telephone (407)865-7575. COOPERATION The U.S. Geological Survey and agencies of the State of Florida have had cooperative agreements for the collection of waterresource records since 1930. Organizations that assisted in collecting the data in this report through cooperative agreement with the Survey are: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission St. Johns River Water Management District South Florida Water Management District Southern Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Charleston, SC Southwest Florida Water Management District Organizations that provided data are acknowledged in station descriptions.

City of Cocoa City of Daytona Beach City of Jacksonville Jacksonville Electric Authority Lake County Water Authority Reedy Creek Improvement District

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WATER RESOURCES DATA FOR FLORIDA, 2002 Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water SUMMARY OF HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS

RAINFALL: Rainfall during the 2002 water year was above normal. Based on rainfall data at six National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stations, the rainfall for the 12-month period, from October 2001 through September 2002, ranged from 11.30 in. above normal at Winter Haven to 2.91 in. below normal at Jacksonville. The departure from the 30-year average rainfall in 2002 for the six rainfall stations presented in the table below averaged 4.3 inches above normal. The change in average departure for these six rainfall stations from 2001 to 2002 was 3.3 inches (from an average surplus of 1.0 inch in 2001 to an average surplus of 4.3 inches in 2002 from the 30-year average). The following summary lists departure from the 30-year (1971-2000) normal for each of the stations. Departure from the 30-year normal rainfall (1971-2000) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ October-December Total Station

Rainfall

January-March Total

Departure

Rainfall

April-June Total

Departure

Rainfall

July-September Total

Departure

Rainfall

Water Year Total

Departure

Rainfall

Departure -2.91

Jacksonville AP

5.38

-3.46

9.68

-1.09

9.12

-2.87

25.25

4.51

49.43

Ocala

3.88

-3.95

8.25

-2.43

16.46

2.93

21.38

3.74

49.97

.29

10.49

.27

6.28

-3.43

16.49

5.00

22.77

4.90

56.03

6.74

3.17

-4.19

5.10

-3.22

16.68

3.17

25.92

6.76

50.87

2.52

Daytona Beach Orlando Winter Haven Vero Beach

4.48

-2.82

7.70

-.62

22.81

10.01

26.53

4.73

61.52

11.30

10.54

-1.17

8.70

-.78

23.75

9.85

20.24

-.25

63.23

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GROUND-WATER LEVELS: Figure 2 shows the locations of 17 selected ground-water wells which provide a general summary of hydro­ logic conditions in the the Upper Floridan aquifer in north-central Florida. Mean water levels and the range of water levels for the current water year and for the period of record are listed in table 1. The average length of record for all 17 selected wells in this summary is 41 years (table 1). The longest period of record among the17 wells is 70 years (Sharpes Ferry well in Marion County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 7)). The record for four other wells begins as early as the late 1930’s and early 1940’s. The shortest period of record in this summary is for the Humphreys Mining well in Nassau County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 17), which includes 18 years of record starting in 1985. Seasonal Patterns: Water levels in the 17 wells presented in this report historically had a mean annual range of about 4.4 ft. The largest range of water levels (8.0 ft) during the period of record was in well OR-47 in Orange County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 4); the smallest range (1.6 ft) was in well RD-77-G in Putnam County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 12). The ranges in water levels in the 17 wells during the current water year averaged 5.5 feet. Historically, throughout most of the area covered by this report, seasonal water-level maximums are observed in the months of September and October each year and seasonal minimums are observed in the months of May and June. Water levels in wells in the northeast counties included here (table 1 and fig. 2, map nos. 13-17) tend toward seasonal maximums in the months of December through April and seasonal min­ imums in the later months of summer and early fall (July through October). Annual Patterns: Over the period of record, the typical altitude of water levels for all 17 selected wells averages about 46.1 ft above the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD of 1929) and ranges from a high of about 127 ft above NGVD of 1929 for the Lake Alfred Deep well in Polk County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 1), and to a low of about 15 ft above NGVD of 1929 for the USGS Flagler-14 well in Flagler County (table 1 and fig. 2, map no. 11). Generally, water levels in wells in the Upper Floridan aquifer are highest in an area encom­ passing the northern part of Polk County, the southern part of Lake and Sumter Counties, and the western part of Orange County; levels are lowest in Flagler and Putnam Counties, and northern Lake County. Average water levels for the current year were lower than averages for the period of record at all of the 17 wells shown . Annual water levels for all 17 wells averaged 43.1 ft NGVD of 1929 for the current year, which is lower than the average for the period of record. Generally, water levels in the 17 selected ground-water wells showed on increase from 2001 levels. Of the 17 wells presented, water levels in 15 were above the previous water-year mean.

281714081093001 Lake Joel Well near Ashton (Osceola)

283249081053201 Bithlo-1 Well at Bithlo (Orange)

283253081283401 OR-47 Well at Orlo Vista (Orange)

284842081533001 College Street Well at Leesburg (Lake)

285102082204001 DOT-41 Observation Well at Inverness (Citrus)

291115081592501 Sharpes Ferry Well, Marion 5 near Ocala (Marion)

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6.

7.

271150081054401 GL-155 Well near Brighton (Glades)

273127080481401 OK-1 Well at Fort Drum (Okeechobee)

274607080493001 IR-189 Well near Yeehaw Junction (Indian River)

292750081152001 USGS Flagler 14 at Bunnell (Flagler)

292948081503001 Well RD-77-G near Orange Springs (Putnam)

300656081463401 Local Number C-94 USGS Test Well near Orange Park (Clay)

300758081230501 Local Number SJ-5. G. Oesterreicher Well near Palm Valley (St. Johns)

301535082162001 Local Number B-11 USGS Well at Sanderson (Baker)

302304081383202 Local Number D-122A City of Jacksonville Panama Park Well at Jax (Duval)

304410081592101 Local Number N-120 Humphreys Mining No. 2 well near Boulogne (Nassau)

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Periodic water- level monitoring

281008081441801 Lake Alfred Deep Well near Lake Alfred (Polk)

Well Number and Name

1.

Continuous water- level monitoring

Map No.

1985

1940

1963

1944

1974

1982

1936

1976

1977

1971

1933

1961

1973

1947

1960

1973

1959

Beginning Year

40.4

40.8

54.2

37.2

34.8

19.5

14.9

41.8

43.8

47.0

47.8

29.8

64.1

61.4

35.9

43.5

127.0

Mean Water Level (ft msl)

Period of Record

3.8

3.8

3.8

5.0

5.6

1.6

2.5

4.4

4.2

4.3

3.3

4.0

5.7

8.0

4.8

5.2

5.5

Mean Annual Range (ft)

37.8

33.1

48.2

30.3

29.7

18.9

13.3

41.4

43.4

46.8

43.7

25.1

63.6

54.4

34.5

42.5

126.6

Mean Water Level (ft msl)

.5

3.8

2.8

5.5

8.5

3.2

4.8

4.7

5.0

7.2

3.5

5.3

9.4

9.9

5.7

6.2

6.7

Range (ft)

+.6

+.7

-.3

+2.2

+.8

-.5

+1.3

+2.2

+2.0

+1.6

+1.0

+1.9

+2.8

+3.5

+2.1

+2.2

+2.4

Change From Previous Year (ft)

Water-Year 2002

-2.7

-7.8

-5.9

-6.9

-5.0

-.6

-1.6

-.3

-.4

-.2

-4.1

-4.8

-.6

-7.1

-1.4

-1.0

-.5

Departure from Period of Record Mean (ft)

Table 1: Summary of water levels at selected wells for the period of record and water-year 2002. [ft, feet; msl, mean sea level]

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SPECIAL NETWORKS AND PROGRAMS Hydrologic Benchmark Network is a network of 50 sites in small drainage basins around the country whose purpose is to provide consistent data on the streamflow representative undeveloped watersheds nationwide, and to provide analyses on a con­ tinuing basis to compare and contrast conditions observed in basins more obviously affected by human activities. At 10 of these sites, water-quality information is being gathered on major ions and nutrients, primarily to assess the affects of acid deposition on stream chemistry. Additional information on the Hydrologic Benchmark Program can be found at http://water.usgs.gov/hbn/. National Stream-Quality Accounting Network (NASQAN) monitors the water quality of large rivers within the Nation’s larg­ est river basins. From 1995 through 1999, a network of approximately 40 stations were operated in the Mississippi, Columbia, Colorado, and Rio Grande. From 2000 through 2004, sampling was reduced to a few index stations on the Colorado and Columbia so that a network of 5 stations could be implemented on the Yukon River. Samples are collected with sufficient frequency that the flux of a wide range of constituents can be estimated. The objective of NASQAN is to characterize the water quality of these large rivers by measuring concentration and mass transport of a wide range of dissolved and suspended constituents, including nutri­ ents, major ions, dissolved and sediment-bound heavy metals, common pesticides, and inorganic and organic forms of carbon. This information will be used (1) to describe the long-term trends and changes in concentration and transport of these constituents; (2) to test findings of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA); (3) to characterize processes unique to largeriver systems such as storage and re-mobilization of sediments and associated contaminants; and (4) to refine existing estimates of off-continent transport of water, sediment, and chemicals for assessing human effects on the world’s oceans and for determining global cycles of carbon, nutrients, and other chemicals. Additional information about the NASQAN Program can be found at at http://water.usgs.gov/nasqan/. The National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network (NADP/NTN) provides continuous measurement and assessment of the chemical constituents in precipitation throughout the United States. As the lead federal agency, the USGS works together with over 100 organizations to provide a long-term, spatial and temporal record of atmospheric deposition gener­ ated from a network of 225 precipitation chemistry monitoring sites. This long-term, nationally consistent monitoring program, coupled with ecosystem research, provides critical information toward a national scorecard to evaluate the effectiveness of ongo­ ing and future regulations intended to reduce atmospheric emissions and subsequent impacts to the Nation’s land and water resources. Reports and other information on the NADP/NTN Program, as well as all data from the individual sites, can be found at http://bqs.usgs.gov/acidrain/. The National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program of the U.S. Geological Survey is a long-term program with goals to describe the status and trends of water-quality conditions for a large, representative part of the Nation’s ground- and surface-water resources; provide an improved understanding of the primary natural and human factors affecting these observed con­ ditions and trends; and provide information that supports development and evaluation of management, regulatory, and monitoring decisions by other agencies. Assessment activities are being conducted in 59 study units (major watersheds and aquifer systems) that represent a wide range of environmental settings nationwide and that account for a large percentage of the Nation’s water use. A wide array of chemical constituents will be measured in ground water, surface water, streambed sediments, and fish tissues. The coordinated application of comparative hydrologic studies at a wide range of spatial and temporal scales will provide information for decision making by water-resources managers and a foundation for aggregation and comparison of findings to address water-quality issues of regional and national interest. Communication and coordination between USGS personnel and other local, State, and federal interests are critical compo­ nents of the NAWQA Program. Each study unit has a local liaison committee consisting of representatives from key federal, State, and local water resources agencies, Indian nations, and universities in the study unit. Liaison committees typically meet semian­ nually to discuss their information needs, monitoring plans and progress, desired information products, and opportunities to col­ laborate efforts among the agencies. Additional information about the NAWQA Program can be found at http://water.usgs.gov/ nawqa/. EXPLANATION OF THE RECORDS The surface-water and ground-water records published in this report are for the 2002 water year that began October 1, 2001, and ended September 30, 2002. A calendar of the water year is provided on the inside of the front cover. The records contain streamflow data, stage and content data for lakes and reservoirs, water-quality data for surface and ground water, and groundwater-level data. The following sections of the introductory text are presented to provide users with a more detailed explanation of how the hydrologic data published in this report were collected, analyzed, computed, and arranged for presentation.

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Station Identification Numbers Each data station, whether streamsite or well, in this report is assigned a unique identification number. The number usually is assigned when a station is first established and is retained for that station indefinitely. The systems used by the U.S. Geological Survey to assign identification numbers for surface-water stations and for ground-water well sites differ, but both are based on geographic location. The "downstream order" system is used for regular surface-water stations and the "latitude-longitude" system is used for wells and for surface-water stations where only miscellaneous observations are made. Downstream Order System Since October 1, 1950, the order of listing hydrologic-station records in Survey reports is in a downstream direction along the main stream. All stations on a tributary entering upstream from a mainstream station are listed before that station. A station on a tributary that enters between two mainstream stations is listed between them. A similar order is followed in listing stations on first rank, second rank, and other ranks of tributaries. The rank of any tributary with respect to the stream to which it is immediately tributary is indicated by an indention in the "List of Stations" in the front of this report. Each indention represents one rank. This downstream order and system of indention shows which stations are on tributaries between any two stations and the rank of the tributary on which each station is situated. The station-identification number is assigned according to downstream order. In assigning station numbers, no distinction is made between partial-record stations and other stations; therefore, the station number for a partial-record station indicates downstream-order position in a list made up of both types of stations. Gaps are left in the series of numbers to allow for new stations that may be established; hence, the numbers are not consecutive. The complete 8-digit number for each station, such as 02228500, which appears just to the left of the station name, includes the 2-digit part number "02" plus the 6- to 12-digit downstream-order number "228500." The part number designates the major river basin; for example, part "02" is the South Atlantic Slope and eastern Gulf of Mexico basins. Latitude-Longitude System The identification numbers for wells are assigned according to the grid system of latitude and longitude. The number consists of 15 digits. The first six digits denote the degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude, the next seven digits denote degrees, minutes, and seconds of longitude, and the last two digits (assigned sequentially) identify the wells or other sites within a 1-second grid. This site-identification number, once assigned, is a pure number and has no locational significance. In the rare instance where the initial determination of latitude and longitude are found to be in error, the station will retain its initial identification number; however, its true latitude and longitude will be listed in the LOCATION paragraph of the station description. (See figure 3.) COORDINATES FOR MISCELLANEOUS SITE C (304214083193701)

30 42’ 15” C D E

38”

83 19’ 39”

30 42’ 13” COORDINATES FOR WELLS D (304213083193801) AND E (304213083193802)

A B

83 19’ 37”

14”

COORDINATES FOR WELL A (304213083193701 ) AND MISCELLANEOUS SITE B (304213083193702)

Figure 3.--System for numbering wells and miscellaneous sites. (latitude and longitude) A second well-numbering system used in Florida utilizes 7 l/2-minute quadrangles within the State. The quadrangles are numbered from west to east, and lettered from south to north, omitting the letters "I" and "O." The designation for each quadran­ gle is determined by the method "Read Right, Up." Wells are numbered serially within each quadrangle. This local well number is shown immediately after the primary well number. Well records furnished by the State of Florida also include the well number that is based on an indexing system used by the State Water Control Board.

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Records of Ground-Water Levels Ground-water level data from a national network of observation wells are given in this report. The records include data from wells equipped with water-level recorders and data from wells where water levels are measured periodically. Data Collection and Computation Measurements of water levels are made in many types of wells under varying conditions, but the methods of measurement are standardized to the extent possible. The equipment and measuring techniques used at each observation well ensure that mea­ surements at each well are of consistent accuracy and reliability. Tables of water-level data are presented by counties arranged in alphabetical order. The prime identification number for a given well is the 15-digit number that appears in the upper left corner of the table. The secondary identification number is the local well number, an alphanumeric number, derived from the township-range location of the well. Water-level records are obtained from direct measurements with a steel tape, pressure gage, or an electronic water-stage recorder. The water-level measurements in this report are given in feet above National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 or in some tables as feet below land-surface datum (lsd). Land-surface datum is a datum plane that is approximately at land surface at each well. If known, the elevation of the land-surface datum is given in the well description. The height of the measuring point (MP) above or below land-surface datum is given in each well description. Water levels in wells equipped with recording gages are reported for every fifth day and the end of each month (EOM).Water levels are reported to as many significant figures as can be justified by the local conditions. For example, in a measurement of a depth to water of several hundred feet, the error of deter­ mining the absolute value of the total depth to water may be a few tenths of a foot, whereas the error in determining the net change of water level between successive measurements may be only a hundredth or a few hundredths of a foot. For lesser depths to water, the accuracy is greater. Accordingly, most measurements are reported to a hundredth of a foot, but some are given to a tenth of a foot or a larger unit. Data Presentation Each well record consists of two parts, the station description and the data table of water levels observed during the water year. The description of the well is presented first through use of descriptive headings preceding the tabular data. The following comments clarify information presented under the various headings. LOCATION.--This paragraph follows the well-identification number and reports the latitude and longitude (given in degrees, minutes, and seconds); a landline location designation; the hydrologic-unit number; the distance and direction from a geographic point of reference; and the owner's name. AQUIFER.--This entry designates by name (if a name exists) and geologic age the aquifer(s) open to the well. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--This entry describes the well in terms of depth, diameter, casing depth and/or screened inter­ val, method of construction, use, and additional information such as casing breaks, collapsed screen, and other changes since con­ struction. INSTRUMENTATION.--This paragraph provides information on both the frequency of measurement and the collection method used, allowing the user to better evaluate the reported water-level extremes by knowing whether they are based on periodic or continuous record. DATUM.--This entry describes both the measuring point and the land-surface elevation at the well. The measuring point is described physically (such as top of collar, notch in top of casing, plug in pump base and so on), and in relation to land surface (such as 1.3 ft above land-surface datum). The elevation of the land-surface datum is described in feet above (or below) National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD of 1929); it is reported with a precision depending on the method of determination. REMARKS.--This entry describes factors that may influence the water level in a well or the measurement of the water level. It should identify wells that also are water-quality observation wells, and may be used to acknowledge the assistance of local (non-Survey) observers. PERIOD OF RECORD.--This entry indicates the period for which there are published records for the well. It reports the month and year of the start of publication of water-level records by the U.S. Geological Survey and the words "to current year" if the records are to be continued into the following year. Periods for which water-level records are available, but are not published by the Geological Survey, may be noted. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--This entry contains the highest and lowest water levels of the period of pub­ lished record, with reference to National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 and the dates of their occurrence.

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A table of water levels follows the station description for each well. Water levels are reported in feet above National Geodetic Datum of 1929 and all taped measurements of water level are listed. For wells equipped with recorders, only abbreviated tables are published; generally, maximums are listed for every fifth day and at the end of the month (EOM). The highest water level of the calendar and water year for complete record is shown on a line below the abbreviated table. Because all values are not pub­ lished for wells with recorders, the extremes may be values that are not listed in the table. Missing records are indicated by dashes in place of the water level. Records of Ground-Water Quality Records of ground-water quality in this report differ from other types of records in that, for most sampling sites, they consist of only one set of measurements for the water year. The quality of ground water ordinarily changes slowly; therefore, for most general purposes, one annual sampling, or only a few samples taken at infrequent intervals during the year, is sufficient. Frequent measurement of the same constituents is not necessary unless one is concerned with a particular problem, such as monitoring for trends in nitrate concentration. In the special cases where the quality of ground water may change more rapidly, more frequent measurements are made to identify the nature of the changes. Data Collection and Computation The records of ground-water quality in this report were obtained mostly as a part of special studies in specific areas. Conse­ quently, a number of chemical analyses are presented for some counties but none are presented for others. As a result, the records for this year, by themselves, do not provide a balanced view of ground-water quality Statewide. Such a view can be attained only by considering records for this year in context with similar records obtained for these and other counties in earlier years. Most methods for collecting and analyzing water samples are described in the "U.S. Geological Survey TWRI publications referred to in the "On-site Measurements and Sample Collection" and the "Laboratory Measurements" sections in this data report. In addi­ tion, the TWRI Book 1, Chapter D2, describes guidelines for the collection and field analysis of ground-water samples for selected unstable constituents. The values reported in this report represent water-quality conditions at the time of sampling as much as possible, consistent with available sampling techniques and methods of analysis. These methods are consistent with ASTM standards and generally follow ISO standards. All samples were obtained by trained personnel. The wells sampled were pumped long enough to assure that the water collected came directly from the aquifer and had not stood for a long time in the well casing where it would have been exposed to the atmosphere and to the material, possibly metal, comprising the casings. Data Presentation The records of ground-water quality are published in a section titled QUALITY OF GROUND WATER immediately follow­ ing the ground-water-level records for each county. Data for quality of ground water are listed alphabetically by County, and are identified by well number. The prime identification number for wells sampled is the 15-digit number derived from the latitudelongitude locations. No descriptive statements are given for ground-water-quality records; however, the well number, depth of well, date of sampling, and other pertinent data are given in the table containing the chemical analyses of the ground water. The REMARK codes listed for surface-water-quality records are also applicable to ground-water-quality records.

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Remark Codes The following remark codes may appear with the water-quality data in this section: PRINT OUTPUT

REMARK

E

Estimated value.

>

Actual value is known to be greater than the value shown.

<

Actual value is known to be less than the value shown.

M

Presence of material verified, but not quantified.

ND

Material specifically analyzed for but not detected.

K

Results based on colony count outside the acceptance range (non-ideal colony count).

L

Biological organism count less than 0.5 percent (organism may be observed rather than counted).

D

Biological organism count equal to or greater than 15 percent (dominant).

V

Analyte was detected in both the environmental sample and the associated blanks

&

Biological organism estimated as dominant.

cl

Value qualifier code for holding time exceeded by the laboratory.

Rounding Clarification Values for some constituents analyzed by routine methods are tabulated with extraneous trailing zeros that are not signifi­ cant digits. Extraneous zeros result because data obtained from low-level methods that have better (lower) detection limits are stored under the same parameter code as data obtained by routine analytical methods. Precision varies for different analytical methods used to determine the same constituent. The presence of trailing zeroes after the decimal in values printed in this report does not necessarily indicate that the method used for the determination is as precise as the level implied by the rightmost zero. ACCESS TO USGS WATER DATA The USGS provides near real-time stage and discharge data for many of the gaging stations equipped with the necessary telemetry and historic daily-mean and peak-flow discharge data for most current or discontinued gaging stations through the world wide web (WWW). These data may be accessed at: http://water.usgs.gov Some water-quality and ground-water data also are available through the WWW. In addition, data can be provided in various machine readable formats on magnetic tape or 3-1/2 inch floppy disk. Information about the availability of specific types of data or products, and user charges, can be obtained locally from each of the Water Resources Division Offices (See address on the back of the title page). .

The first two digits of a numbered aroclor represent the molecular type, and the last two digits represent the percentage weight of the hydrogen-substituted chlorine.

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DEFINITION OF TERMS Specialized technical terms related to streamflow, water-quality, and other hydrologic data, as used in this report, are defined below. Definitions of common terms such as algae, water level, and precipitation are given in standard dictionaries. Not all terms defined in this alphabetical list apply to every State. See also table for converting inch/pound units to International System (SI) units on the inside of the back cover. Acid neutralizing capacity (ANC) is the equivalent sum of all bases or base-producing materials, solutes plus particulates, in an aqueous system that can be titrated with acid to an equivalence point. This term designates titration of an “unfiltered” sam­ ple (formerly reported as alkalinity). Acre-foot (AC-FT, acre-ft) is a unit of volume, commonly used to measure quantities of water used or stored, equivalent to the volume of water required to cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot and equivalent to 43,560 cubic feet, 325,851 gallons, or 1,233 cubic meters. (See also “Annual runoff”) Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is an organic, phosphate-rich compound important in the transfer of energy in organisms. Its central role in living cells makes ATP an excellent indicator of the presence of living material in water. A measurement of ATP therefore provides a sensitive and rapid estimate of biomass. ATP is reported in micrograms per liter. Algal growth potential (AGP) is the maximum algal dry weight biomass that can be produced in a natural water sample under standardized laboratory conditions. The growth potential is the algal biomass present at stationary phase and is expressed as milligrams dry weight of algae produced per liter of sample. (See also “Biomass” and “Dry weight”) Alkalinity is the capacity of solutes in an aqueous system to neutralize acid. This term designates titration of a “filtered” sample.

Annual runoff is the total quantity of water that is discharged (“runs off”) from a drainage basin in a year. Data reports may present annual runoff data as volumes in acre-feet, as discharges per unit of drainage area in cubic feet per second per square mile, or as depths of water on the drainage basin in inches. Annual 7-day minimum is the lowest mean value for any 7-consecutive-day period in a year. Annual 7-day minimum values are reported herein for the calendar year and the water year (October 1 through September 30). Most low-flow frequency anal­ yses use a climatic year (April 1-March 31), which tends to prevent the low-flow period from being artificially split between adjacent years. The date shown in the summary statistics table is the initial date of the 7-day period. (This value should not be confused with the 7-day, 10-year low-flow statistic.) Aroclor is the registered trademark for a group of poly-chlorinated biphenyls that were manufactured by the Monsanto Com­ pany prior to 1976. Aroclors are assigned specific 4-digit reference numbers dependent upon molecular type and degree of substitution of the biphenyl ring hydrogen atoms by chlorine atoms. The first two digits of a numbered aroclor represent the molecular type, and the last two digits represent the percentage weight of the hydrogen-substituted chlorine. Artificial substrate is a device that is purposely placed in a stream or lake for colonization of organisms. The artificial substrate simplifies the community structure by standardizing the substrate from which each sample is collected. Examples of artificial substrates are basket samplers (made of wire cages filled with clean streamside rocks) and multiplate samplers (made of hard­ board) for benthic organism collection, and plexiglass strips for periphyton collection. (See also “Substrate”) Ash mass is the mass or amount of residue present after the residue from the dry mass determination has been ashed in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 500 ° C for 1 hour. Ash mass of zooplankton and phytoplankton is expressed in grams per cubic meter (g/m3), and periphyton and benthic organisms in grams per square meter (g/m2). (See also “Biomass” and “Dry mass”) Aspect is the direction toward which a slope faces with respect to the compass. Bacteria are microscopic unicellular organisms, typically spherical, rodlike, or spiral and threadlike in shape, often clumped into colonies. Some bacteria cause disease, whereas others perform an essential role in nature in the recycling of materials; for example, by decomposing organic matter into a form available for reuse by plants.

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Bankfull stage, as used in this report, is the stage at which a stream first overflows its natural banks formed by floods with 1- to 3-year recurrence intervals. Base discharge (for peak discharge) is a discharge value, determined for selected stations, above which peak discharge data are published. The base discharge at each station is selected so that an average of about three peak flows per year will be pub­ lished. (See also “Peak flow”) Base flow is sustained flow of a stream in the absence of direct runoff. It includes natural and human-induced streamflows. Nat­ ural base flow is sustained largely by ground-water discharge. Bedload is material in transport that is supported primarily by the streambed. In this report, bedload is considered to consist of particles in transit from the bed to an elevation equal to the top of the bedload sampler nozzle (ranging from 0.25 to 0.5 foot) that are retained in the bedload sampler. A sample collected with a pressure-differential bedload sampler also may contain a component of the suspended load. Bedload discharge (tons per day) is the rate of sediment moving as bedload, reported as dry weight, that passes through a cross section in a given time. NOTE: Bedload discharge values in this report may include a component of the suspended-sediment discharge. A correction may be necessary when computing the total sediment discharge by summing the bedload discharge and the suspended-sediment discharge. (See also “Bedload,” “Dry weight,” “Sediment,” and “Suspended-sediment discharge”) Bed material is the sediment mixture of which a stream-bed, lake, pond, reservoir, or estuary bottom is composed. (See also “Bedload” and “Sediment”) Benthic organisms are the group of organisms inhabiting the bottom of an aquatic environment. They include a number of types of organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, insect larvae and nymphs, snails, clams, and crayfish. They are useful as indicators of water quality. Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a measure of the quantity of dissolved oxygen, in milligrams per liter, necessary for the decomposition of organic matter by microorganisms, such as bacteria. Biomass is the amount of living matter present at any given time, expressed as mass per unit area or volume of habitat. Biomass pigment ratio is an indicator of the total proportion of periphyton that are autotrophic (plants). This is also called the Autotrophic Index. Blue-green algae (Cyanophyta) are a group of phytoplankton organisms having a blue pigment, in addition to the green pigment called chlorophyll. Blue-green algae often cause nuisance conditions in water. Concentrations are expressed as a number of cells per milliliter (cells/mL) of sample. (See also “Phytoplankton”) Bottom material (See “Bed material”) Bulk electrical conductivity is the combined electrical conductivity of all material within a doughnut-shaped volume surround­ ing an induction probe. Bulk conductivity is affected by different physical and chemical properties of the material including the dissolved solids content of the pore water and lithology and porosity of the rock. Cells/volume refers to the number of cells of any organism that is counted by using a microscope and grid or counting cell. Many planktonic organisms are multicelled and are counted according to the number of contained cells per sample volume, and are generally reported as cells or units per milliliter (mL) or liter (L).

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Cells volume (biovolume) determination is one of several common methods used to estimate biomass of algae in aquatic sys­ tems. Cell members of algae are frequently used in aquatic surveys as an indicator of algal production. However, cell numbers alone cannot represent true biomass because of considerable cell-size variation among the algal species. Cell volume (µm3) is determined by obtaining critical cell measurements or cell dimensions (for example, length, width, height, or radius) for 20 to 50 cells of each important species to obtain an average biovolume per cell. Cells are categorized according to the correspon­ dence of their cellular shape to the nearest geometric solid or combinations of simple solids (for example, spheres, cones, or cylinders). Representative formulae used to compute biovolume are as follows: sphere 4/3 πr3

cone 1/3 πr3h

cylinder πr3h.

pi (π) is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle; pi = 3.14159….

From cell volume, total algal biomass expressed as biovolume (µm3/mL) is thus determined by multiplying the number of cells of a given species by its average cell volume and then summing these volumes for all species. Cfs-day (See “Cubic foot per second-day”) Channel bars, as used in this report, are the lowest prominent geomorphic features higher than the channel bed. Chemical oxygen demand (COD) is a measure of the chemically oxidizable material in the water and furnishes an approxima­ tion of the amount of organic and reducing material present. The determined value may correlate with BOD or with carbon­ aceous organic pollution from sewage or industrial wastes. [See also “Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)”] Clostridium perfringens (C. perfringens) is a spore-forming bacterium that is common in the feces of human and other warm­ blooded animals. Clostridial spores are being used experimentally as an indicator of past fecal contamination and presence of microorganisms that are resistant to disinfection and environmental stresses. (See also “Bacteria”) Coliphages are viruses that infect and replicate in coliform bacteria. They are indicative of sewage contamination of water and of the survival and transport of viruses in the environment. Color unit is produced by 1 milligram per liter of platinum in the form of the chloroplatinate ion. Color is expressed in units of the platinum-cobalt scale. Confined aquifer is a term used to describe an aquifer containing water between two relatively impermeable bound-aries. The water level in a well tapping a confined aquifer stands above the top of the confined aquifer and can be higher or lower than the water table that may be present in the material above it. In some cases, the water level can rise above the ground surface, yield­ ing a flowing well. Contents is the volume of water in a reservoir or lake. Unless otherwise indicated, volume is computed on the basis of a level pool and does not include bank storage. Continuous-record station is a site where data are collected with sufficient frequency to define daily mean values and varia­ tions within a day. Control designates a feature in the channel that physically affects the water-surface elevation and thereby determines the stagedischarge relation at the gage. This feature may be a constriction of the channel, a bedrock outcrop, a gravel bar, an artificial structure, or a uniform cross section over a long reach of the channel. Control structure, as used in this report, is a structure on a stream or canal that is used to regulate the flow or stage of the stream or to prevent the intrusion of saltwater. Cubic foot per second (CFS, ft3/s) is the rate of discharge representing a volume of 1 cubic foot passing a given point in 1 sec­ ond. It is equivalent to approximately 7.48 gallons per second or approximately 449 gallons per minute, or 0.02832 cubic meters per second. The term “second-foot” sometimes is used synonymously with “cubic foot per second” but is now obsolete.

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Cubic foot per second-day (CFS-DAY, Cfs-day, [(ft3/s)/d]) is the volume of water represented by a flow of 1 cubic foot per sec­ ond for 24 hours. It is equivalent to 86,400 cubic feet, 1.98347 acre-feet, 646,317 gallons, or 2,446.6 cubic meters. The daily mean discharges reported in the daily value data tables are numerically equal to the daily volumes in cfs-days, and the totals also represent volumes in cfs-days. Cubic foot per second per square mile [CFSM, (ft3/s)/mi2] is the average number of cubic feet of water flowing per second from each square mile of area drained, assuming the runoff is distributed uniformly in time and area. (See also “Annual run­ off”) Daily mean suspended-sediment concentration is the time-weighted concentration of suspended sediment passing a stream cross section during a 24-hour day. (See also “Sediment” and “Suspended-sediment concentration”) Daily-record station is a site where data are collected with sufficient frequency to develop a record of one or more data values per day. The frequency of data collection can range from continuous recording to periodic sample or data collection on a daily or near-daily basis. Data collection platform (DCP) is an electronic instrument that collects, processes, and stores data from various sensors, and transmits the data by satellite data relay, line-of-sight radio, and/or landline telemetry. Data logger is a microprocessor-based data acquisition system designed specifically to acquire, process, and store data. Data are usually downloaded from onsite data loggers for entry into office data systems. Datum is a surface or point relative to which measurements of height and/or horizontal position are reported. A vertical datum is a horizontal surface used as the zero point for measurements of gage height, stage, or elevation; a horizontal datum is a refer­ ence for positions given in terms of latitude-longitude, State Plane coordinates, or UTM coordinates. (See also “Gage datum,” “Land-surface datum,” “National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929,” and “North American Vertical Datum of 1988”) Diatoms are the unicellular or colonial algae having a siliceous shell. Their concentrations are expressed as number of cells per milliliter (cells/mL) of sample. (See also “Phytoplankton”) Diel is of or pertaining to a 24-hour period of time; a regular daily cycle. Discharge, or flow, is the rate that matter passes through a cross section of a stream channel or other water body per unit of time. The term commonly refers to the volume of water (including, unless otherwise stated, any sediment or other constituents sus­ pended or dissolved in the water) that passes a cross section in a stream channel, canal, pipeline, etc., within a given period of time (cubic feet per second). Discharge also can apply to the rate at which constituents, such as suspended sediment, bedload, and dissolved or suspended chemicals, pass through a cross section, in which cases the quantity is expressed as the mass of constituent that passes the cross section in a given period of time (tons per day). Dissolved refers to that material in a representative water sample that passes through a 0.45-micrometer membrane filter. This is a convenient operational definition used by Federal and State agencies that collect water-quality data. Determinations of “dis­ solved” constituent concentrations are made on sample water that has been filtered. Dissolved oxygen (DO) is the molecular oxygen (oxygen gas) dissolved in water. The concentration in water is a function of atmospheric pressure, temperature, and dissolved-solids concentration of the water. The ability of water to retain oxygen decreases with increasing temperature or dissolved-solids concentration. Photosynthesis and respiration by plants commonly cause diurnal variations in dissolved-oxygen concentration in water from some streams. Dissolved-solids concentration in water is the quantity of dissolved material in a sample of water. It is determined either analyt­ ically by the “residue-on-evaporation” method, or mathematically by totaling the concentrations of individual constituents reported in a comprehensive chemical analysis. During the analytical determination, the bicarbonate (generally a major dis­ solved component of water) is converted to carbonate. In the mathematical calculation, the bicarbonate value, in milligrams per liter, is multiplied by 0.4926 to convert it to carbonate. Alternatively, alkalinity concentration (as mg/L CaCO3) can be con­ verted to carbonate concentration by multiplying by 0.60.

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Diversity index (H) (Shannon index) is a numerical expression of evenness of distribution of aquatic organisms. The formula for diversity index is: s

ni n log 2 i , n i ≈1 n

d = −∑

where ni is the number of individuals per taxon, n is the total number of individuals, and s is the total number of taxa in the sample of the community. Index values range from zero, when all the organisms in the sample are the same, to some positive number, when some or all of the organisms in the sample are different. Drainage area of a stream at a specific location is that area upstream from the location, measured in a horizontal plane, that has a common outlet at the site for its surface runoff from precipitation that normally drains by gravity into a stream. Drainage areas given herein include all closed basins, or noncontributing areas, within the area unless otherwise specified. Drainage basin is a part of the Earth’s surface that contains a drainage system with a common outlet for its surface runoff. (See “Drainage area”) Dry mass refers to the mass of residue present after drying in an oven at 105 ° C, until the mass remains unchanged. This mass represents the total organic matter, ash and sediment, in the sample. Dry-mass values are expressed in the same units as ash mass. (See also “Ash mass,” “Biomass,” and “Wet mass”) Dry weight refers to the weight of animal tissue after it has been dried in an oven at 65 °C until a constant weight is achieved. Dry weight represents total organic and inorganic matter in the tissue. (See also “Wet weight”) Embeddedness is the degree to which gravel-sized and larger particles are surrounded or enclosed by finer-sized particles. (See also “Substrate embeddedness class”) Enterococcus bacteria are commonly found in the feces of humans and other warmblooded animals. Although some strains are ubiquitous and not related to fecal pollution, the presence of enterococci in water is an indication of fecal pollution and the possible presence of enteric pathogens. Enterococcus bacteria are those bacteria that produce pink to red colonies with black or reddish-brown precipitate after incubation at 41 ° C on mE agar (nutrient medium for bacterial growth) and subsequent transfer to EIA medium. Enterococci include Streptococcus feacalis, Streptococcus feacium, Streptococcus avium, and their variants. (See also “Bacteria”) EPT Index is the total number of distinct taxa within the insect orders Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera. This index summarizes the taxa richness within the aquatic insects that are generally considered pollution sensitive; the index usually decreases with pollution. Escherichia coli (E. coli) are bacteria present in the intestine and feces of warmblooded animals. E. coli are a member species of the fecal coliform group of indicator bacteria. In the laboratory, they are defined as those bacteria that produce yellow or yellow-brown colonies on a filter pad saturated with urea substrate broth after primary culturing for 22 to 24 hours at 44.5 °C on mTEC medium (nutrient medium for bacterial growth). Their concentrations are expressed as number of colonies per 100 mL of sample. (See also “Bacteria”) Estimated (E) concentration value is reported when an analyte is detected and all criteria for a positive result are met. If the concentration is less than the method detection limit (MDL), an ‘E’ code will be reported with the value. If the analyte is qual­ itatively identified as present, but the quantitative determination is substantially more uncertain, the National Water Quality Laboratory will identify the result with an ‘E’ code even though the measured value is greater than the MDL. A value reported with an ‘E’ code should be used with caution. When no analyte is detected in a sample, the default reporting value is the MDL preceded by a less than sign (<). Euglenoids (Euglenophyta) are a group of algae that are usually free-swimming and rarely creeping. They have the ability to grow either photosynthetically in the light or heterotrophically in the dark. (See also “Phytoplankton”)

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Extractable organic halides (EOX) are organic compounds that contain halogen atoms such as chlorine. These organic com­ pounds are semivolatile and extractable by ethyl acetate from air-dried streambed sediment. The ethyl acetate extract is com­ busted, and the concentration is determined by microcoulometric determination of the halides formed. The concentration is reported as micrograms of chlorine per gram of the dry weight of the streambed sediment. Fecal coliform bacteria are present in the intestines or feces of warmblooded animals. They often are used as indicators of the sanitary quality of the water. In the laboratory, they are defined as all organisms that produce blue colonies within 24 hours when incubated at 44.5 ° C plus or minus 0.2 ° C on M-FC medium (nutrient medium for bacterial growth). Their concentra­ tions are expressed as number of colonies per 100 mL of sample. (See also “Bacteria”) Fecal streptococcal bacteria are present in the intestines of warmblooded animals and are ubiquitous in the environment. They are characterized as gram-positive, cocci bacteria that are capable of growth in brain-heart infusion broth. In the laboratory, they are defined as all the organisms that produce red or pink colonies within 48 hours at 35 ° C plus or minus 1.0 ° C on KFstreptococcus medium (nutrient medium for bacterial growth). Their concentrations are expressed as number of colonies per 100 mL of sample. (See also “Bacteria”) Fire algae (Pyrrhophyta) are free-swimming unicells characterized by a red pigment spot. (See also “Phytoplankton”) Flow-duration percentiles are values on a scale of 100 that indicate the percentage of time for which a flow is not exceeded. For example, the 90th percentile of river flow is greater than or equal to 90 percent of all recorded flow rates. Gage datum is a horizontal surface used as a zero point for measurement of stage or gage height. This surface usually is located slightly below the lowest point of the stream bottom such that the gage height is usually slightly greater than the maximum depth of water. Because the gage datum itself is not an actual physical object, the datum usually is defined by specifying the elevations of permanent reference marks such as bridge abutments and survey monuments, and the gage is set to agree with the reference marks. Gage datum is a local datum that is maintained independently of any national geodetic datum. However, if the elevation of the gage datum relative to the national datum (North American Vertical Datum of 1988 or National Geodetic Ver­ tical Datum of 1929) has been determined, then the gage readings can be converted to elevations above the national datum by adding the elevation of the gage datum to the gage reading. Gage height (G.H.) is the water-surface elevation, in feet above the gage datum. If the water surface is below the gage datum, the gage height is negative. Gage height often is used interchangeably with the more general term “stage,” although gage height is more appropriate when used in reference to a reading on a gage. Gage values are values that are recorded, transmitted, and/or computed from a gaging station. Gage values typically are col­ lected at 5-, 15-, or 30-minute intervals. Gaging station is a site on a stream, canal, lake, or reservoir where systematic observations of stage, discharge, or other hydro­ logic data are obtained. Gas chromatography/flame ionization detector (GC/FID) is a laboratory analytical method used as a screening technique for semivolatile organic compounds that are extractable from water in methylene chloride. Geomorphic channel units, as used in this report, are fluvial geomorphic descriptors of channel shape and stream velocity. Pools, riffles, and runs are types of geomorphic channel units considered for National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program habitat sampling. Green algae have chlorophyll pigments similar in color to those of higher green plants. Some forms produce algae mats or float­ ing “moss” in lakes. Their concentrations are expressed as number of cells per milliliter (cells/mL) of sample. (See also “Phy­ toplankton”) Habitat, as used in this report, includes all nonliving (physical) aspects of the aquatic ecosystem, although living components like aquatic macrophytes and riparian vegetation also are usually included. Measurements of habitat are typically made over a wider geographic scale than are measurements of species distribution.

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Habitat quality index is the qualitative description (level 1) of instream habitat and riparian conditions surrounding the reach sampled. Scores range from 0 to 100 percent with higher scores indicative of desirable habitat conditions for aquatic life. Index only applicable to wadable streams. Hardness of water is a physical-chemical characteristic that commonly is recognized by the increased quantity of soap required to produce lather. It is computed as the sum of equivalents of polyvalent cations (primarily calcium and magnesium) and is expressed as the equivalent concentration of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). High tide is the maximum height reached by each rising tide. The high-high and low-high tides are the higher and lower of the two high tides, respectively, of each tidal day. See NOAA web site: http://www.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/tideglos.html Hilsenhoff’s Biotic Index (HBI) is an indicator of organic pollution that uses tolerance values to weight taxa abundances; usu­ ally increases with pollution. It is calculated as follows:

HBI = sum

(n)(a) , N

where n is the number of individuals of each taxon, a is the tolerance value of each taxon, and N is the total number of organ­ isms in the sample. Horizontal datum (See “Datum”) Hydrologic index stations referred to in this report are continuous-record gaging stations that have been selected as representa­ tive of streamflow patterns for their respective regions. Station locations are shown on index maps. Hydrologic unit is a geographic area representing part or all of a surface drainage basin or distinct hydrologic feature as defined by the former Office of Water Data Coordination and delineated on the State Hydrologic Unit Maps by the USGS. Each hydro­ logic unit is identified by an 8-digit number. Inch (IN., in.), as used in this report, refers to the depth to which the drainage area would be covered with water if all of the run­ off for a given time period were uniformly distributed on it. (See also “Annual runoff”) Instantaneous discharge is the discharge at a particular instant of time. (See also “Discharge”) Island, as used in this report, is a mid-channel bar that has permanent woody vegetation, is flooded once a year on average, and remains stable except during large flood events. Laboratory reporting level (LRL) is generally equal to twice the yearly determined long-term method detection level (LT­ MDL). The LRL controls false negative error. The probability of falsely reporting a nondetection for a sample that contained an analyte at a concentration equal to or greater than the LRL is predicted to be less than or equal to 1 percent. The value of the LRL will be reported with a “less than” (<) remark code for samples in which the analyte was not detected. The National Water Quality Laboratory (NWQL) collects quality-control data from selected analytical methods on a continuing basis to determine LT-MDLs and to establish LRLs. These values are reevaluated annually on the basis of the most current quality-control data and, therefore, may change. [Note: In several previous NWQL documents (NWQL Technical Memorandum 98.07, 1998), the LRL was called the nondetection value or NDV—a term that is no longer used.] Land-surface datum (lsd) is a datum plane that is approximately at land surface at each ground-water observation well. Latent heat flux (often used interchangeably with latent heat-flux density) is the amount of heat energy that converts water from liquid to vapor (evaporation) or from vapor to liquid (condensation) across a specified cross-sectional area per unit time. Usu­ ally expressed in watts per square meter.

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Light-attenuation coefficient, also known as the extinction coefficient, is a measure of water clarity. Light is attenuated accord­ ing to the Lambert-Beer equation:

I = I o e − λL , where Io is the source light intensity, I is the light intensity at length L (in meters) from the source, λ is the light-attenuation coefficient, and e is the base of the natural logarithm. The light-attenuation coefficient is defined as

1 L

λ = − log e

I . Io

Lipid is any one of a family of compounds that are insoluble in water and that make up one of the principal components of living cells. Lipids include fats, oils, waxes, and steroids. Many environmental contaminants such as organochlorine pesticides are lipophilic. Long-term method detection level (LT-MDL) is a detection level derived by determining the standard deviation of a minimum of 24 method detection limit (MDL) spike sample measurements over an extended period of time. LT-MDL data are collected on a continuous basis to assess year-to-year variations in the LT-MDL. The LT-MDL controls false positive error. The chance of falsely reporting a concentration at or greater than the LT-MDL for a sample that did not contain the analyte is predicted to be less than or equal to 1 percent. Low tide is the minimum height reached by each falling tide. The high-low and low-low tides are the higher and lower of the two low tides, respectively, of each tidal day. See NOAA web site: http://www.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/tideglos.html Macrophytes are the macroscopic plants in the aquatic environment. The most common macrophytes are the rooted vascular plants that usually are arranged in zones in aquatic ecosystems and restricted in the area by the extent of illumination through the water and sediment deposition along the shoreline. Mean concentration of suspended sediment (Daily mean suspended-sediment concentration) is the time-weighted concentra­ tion of suspended sediment passing a stream cross section during a given time period. (See also “Daily mean suspended-sediment concentration” and “Suspended-sediment concentration”) Mean discharge (MEAN) is the arithmetic mean of individual daily mean discharges during a specific period. (See also “Dis­ charge”) Mean high or low tide is the average of all high or low tides, respectively, over a specific period. Mean sea level is a local tidal datum. It is the arithmetic mean of hourly heights observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch. Shorter series are specified in the name; for example, monthly mean sea level and yearly mean sea level. In order that they may be recovered when needed, such datums are referenced to fixed points known as benchmarks. (See also “Datum”) Measuring point (MP) is an arbitrary permanent reference point from which the distance to water surface in a well is measured to obtain water level. Membrane filter is a thin microporous material of specific pore size used to filter bacteria, algae, and other very small particles from water. Metamorphic stage refers to the stage of development that an organism exhibits during its transformation from an immature form to an adult form. This developmental process exists for most insects, and the degree of difference from the immature stage to the adult form varies from relatively slight to pronounced, with many intermediates. Examples of metamorphic stages of insects are egg-larva-adult or egg-nymph-adult.

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Method detection limit (MDL) is the minimum concentration of a substance that can be measured and reported with 99-percent confidence that the analyte concentration is greater than zero. It is determined from the analysis of a sample in a given matrix containing the analyte. At the MDL concentration, the risk of a false positive is predicted to be less than or equal to 1 percent. Methylene blue active substances (MBAS) are apparent detergents. The determination depends on the formation of a blue color when methylene blue dye reacts with synthetic anionic detergent compounds. Micrograms per gram (UG/G, µg/g) is a unit expressing the concentration of a chemical constituent as the mass (micrograms) of the element per unit mass (gram) of material analyzed. Micrograms per kilogram (UG/KG, µg/kg) is a unit expressing the concentration of a chemical constituent as the mass (micro­ grams) of the constituent per unit mass (kilogram) of the material analyzed. One microgram per kilogram is equivalent to 1 part per billion. Micrograms per liter (UG/L, µg/L) is a unit expressing the concentration of chemical constituents in water as mass (micro­ grams) of constituent per unit volume (liter) of water. One thousand micrograms per liter is equivalent to 1 milligram per liter. One microgram per liter is equivalent to 1 part per billion. Microsiemens per centimeter (US/CM, µS/cm) is a unit expressing the amount of electrical conductivity of a solution as mea­ sured between opposite faces of a centimeter cube of solution at a specified temperature. Siemens is the International System of Units nomenclature. It is synonymous with mhos and is the reciprocal of resistance in ohms. Milligrams per liter (MG/L, mg/L) is a unit for expressing the concentration of chemical constituents in water as the mass (mil­ ligrams) of constituent per unit volume (liter) of water. Concentration of suspended sediment also is expressed in milligrams per liter and is based on the mass of dry sediment per liter of water-sediment mixture. Minimum reporting level (MRL) is the smallest measured concentration of a constituent that may be reliably reported by using a given analytical method. Miscellaneous site, miscellaneous station, or miscellaneous sampling site is a site where streamflow, sediment, and/or waterquality data or water-quality or sediment samples are collected once, or more often on a random or discontinuous basis to pro­ vide better areal coverage for defining hydrologic and water-quality conditions over a broad area in a river basin. Most probable number (MPN) is an index of the number of coliform bacteria that, more probably than any other number, would give the results shown by the laboratory examination; it is not an actual enumeration. MPN is determined from the dis­ tribution of gas-positive cultures among multiple inoculated tubes. Multiple-plate samplers are artificial substrates of known surface area used for obtaining benthic invertebrate samples. They consist of a series of spaced, hardboard plates on an eyebolt. Nanograms per liter (NG/L, ng/L) is a unit expressing the concentration of chemical constituents in solution as mass (nano­ grams) of solute per unit volume (liter) of water. One million nanograms per liter is equivalent to 1 milligram per liter. National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD of 1929) is a fixed reference adopted as a standard geodetic datum for ele­ vations determined by leveling. It was formerly called “Sea Level Datum of 1929” or “mean sea level.” Although the datum was derived from the mean sea level at 26 tide stations, it does not necessarily represent local mean sea level at any particular place. See NOAA web site: http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/faq.shtml#WhatVD29VD88 (See “North American Vertical Datum of 1988”) Natural substrate refers to any naturally occurring immersed or submersed solid surface, such as a rock or tree, upon which an organism lives. (See also “Substrate”) Nekton are the consumers in the aquatic environment and consist of large free-swimming organisms that are capable of sus­ tained, directed mobility.

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Nephelometric turbidity unit (NTU) is the measurement for reporting turbidity that is based on use of a standard suspension of formazin. Turbidity measured in NTU uses nephelometric methods that depend on passing specific light of a specific wave­ length through the sample. North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 1988) is a fixed reference adopted as the official civilian vertical datum for elevations determined by Federal surveying and mapping activities in the United States. This datum was established in 1991 by minimum-constraint adjustment of the Canadian, Mexican, and United States first-order terrestrial leveling networks. Open or screened interval is the length of unscreened opening or of well screen through which water enters a well, in feet

below land surface.

Organic carbon (OC) is a measure of organic matter present in aqueous solution, suspension, or bottom sediment. May be reported as dissolved organic carbon (DOC), particulate organic carbon (POC), or total organic carbon (TOC). Organic mass or volatile mass of a living substance is the difference between the dry mass and ash mass and represents the actual mass of the living matter. Organic mass is expressed in the same units as for ash mass and dry mass. (See also “Ash mass,” “Biomass,” and “Dry mass”) Organism count/area refers to the number of organisms collected and enumerated in a sample and adjusted to the number per area habitat, usually square meter (m2), acre, or hectare. Periphyton, benthic organisms, and macrophytes are expressed in these terms. Organism count/volume refers to the number of organisms collected and enumerated in a sample and adjusted to the number per sample volume, usually milliliter (mL) or liter (L). Numbers of planktonic organisms can be expressed in these terms. Organochlorine compounds are any chemicals that contain carbon and chlorine. Organochlorine compounds that are important in investigations of water, sediment, and biological quality include certain pesticides and industrial compounds. Parameter code is a 5-digit number used in the USGS computerized data system, National Water Information System (NWIS), to uniquely identify a specific constituent or property. Partial-record station is a site where discrete measurements of one or more hydrologic parameters are obtained over a period of time without continuous data being recorded or computed. A common example is a crest-stage gage partial-record station at which only peak stages and flows are recorded. Particle size is the diameter, in millimeters (mm), of a particle determined by sieve or sedimentation methods. The sedimenta­ tion method utilizes the principle of Stokes law to calculate sediment particle sizes. Sedimentation methods (pipet, bottomwithdrawal tube, visual-accumulation tube, sedigraph) determine fall diameter of particles in either distilled water (chemically dispersed) or in native water (the river water at the time and point of sampling). Particle-size classification, as used in this report, agrees with the recommendation made by the American Geophysical Union Subcommittee on Sediment Terminology. The classification is as follows: Classification Clay Silt Sand Gravel Cobble Boulder

Size (mm) >0.00024 - 0.004 >0.004 - 0.062 >0.062 - 2.0 >2.0 - 64.0 >64 - 256 >256

Method of analysis Sedimentation Sedimentation Sedimentation/sieve Sieve Manual measurement Manual measurement

The particle-size distributions given in this report are not necessarily representative of all particles in transport in the stream. For the sedimentation method, most of the organic matter is removed, and the sample is subjected to mechanical and chemical dispersion before analysis in distilled water. Chemical dispersion is not used for native water analysis.

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Peak flow (peak stage) is an instantaneous local maximum value in the continuous time series of streamflows or stages, pre­ ceded by a period of increasing values and followed by a period of decreasing values. Several peak values ordinarily occur in a year. The maximum peak value in a year is called the annual peak; peaks lower than the annual peak are called secondary peaks. Occasionally, the annual peak may not be the maximum value for the year; in such cases, the maximum value occurs at midnight at the beginning or end of the year, on the recession from or rise toward a higher peak in the adjoining year. If values are recorded at a discrete series of times, the peak recorded value may be taken as an approximation of the true peak, which may occur between the recording instants. If the values are recorded with finite precision, a sequence of equal recorded values may occur at the peak; in this case, the first value is taken as the peak. Percent composition or percent of total is a unit for expressing the ratio of a particular part of a sample or population to the total sample or population, in terms of types, numbers, weight, mass, or volume. Percent shading is a measure of the amount of sunlight potentially reaching the stream. A clinometer is used to measure left and right bank canopy angles. These values are added together, divided by 180, and multiplied by 100 to compute percentage of shade. Periodic-record station is a site where stage, discharge, sediment, chemical, physical, or other hydrologic measurements are made one or more times during a year but at a frequency insufficient to develop a daily record. Periphyton is the assemblage of microorganisms attached to and living upon submerged solid surfaces. Although primarily con­ sisting of algae, they also include bacteria, fungi, protozoa, rotifers, and other small organisms. Periphyton are useful indica­ tors of water quality. Pesticides are chemical compounds used to control undesirable organisms. Major categories of pesticides include insecticides, miticides, fungicides, herbicides, and rodenticides. pH of water is the negative logarithm of the hydrogen-ion activity. Solutions with pH less than 7.0 standard units are termed “acidic,” and solutions with a pH greater than 7.0 are termed “basic.” Solutions with a pH of 7.0 are neutral. The presence and concentration of many dissolved chemical constituents found in water are affected, in part, by the hydrogen-ion activity of water. Biological processes including growth, distribution of organisms, and toxicity of the water to organisms also are affected, in part, by the hydrogen-ion activity of water. Phytoplankton is the plant part of the plankton. They are usually microscopic, and their movement is subject to the water cur­ rents. Phytoplankton growth is dependent upon solar radiation and nutrient substances. Because they are able to incorporate as well as release materials to the surrounding water, the phytoplankton have a profound effect upon the quality of the water. They are the primary food producers in the aquatic environment and commonly are known as algae. (See also “Plankton”) Picocurie (PC, pCi) is one trillionth (1 x 10-12) of the amount of radioactive nuclide represented by a curie (Ci). A curie is the quantity of radioactive nuclide that yields 3.7 x 1010 radioactive disintegrations per second (dps). A picocurie yields 0.037 dps, or 2.22 dpm (disintegrations per minute). Plankton is the community of suspended, floating, or weakly swimming organisms that live in the open water of lakes and riv­ ers. Concentrations are expressed as a number of cells per milliliter (cells/mL) of sample. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are industrial chemicals that are mixtures of chlorinated biphenyl compounds having vari­ ous percentages of chlorine. They are similar in structure to organochlorine insecticides. Polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) are industrial chemicals that are mixtures of chlorinated naphthalene compounds. They have properties and applications similar to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and have been identified in commercial PCB preparations. Pool, as used in this report, is a small part of a stream reach with little velocity, commonly with water deeper than surrounding areas.

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Primary productivity is a measure of the rate at which new organic matter is formed and accumulated through photo-synthetic and chemosynthetic activity of producer organisms (chiefly, green plants). The rate of primary production is estimated by mea­ suring the amount of oxygen released (oxygen method) or the amount of carbon assimilated (carbon method) by the plants. Primary productivity (carbon method) is expressed as milligrams of carbon per area per unit time [mg C/(m2/time)] for periph­ yton and macrophytes or per volume [mg C/(m3/time)] for phytoplankton. The carbon method defines the amount of carbon diox­ ide consumed as measured by radioactive carbon (carbon-14). The carbon-14 method is of greater sensitivity than the oxygen light and dark bottle method and is preferred for use with unenriched water samples. Unit time may be either the hour or day, depending on the incubation period. (See also “Primary productivity”) Primary productivity (oxygen method) is expressed as milligrams of oxygen per area per unit time [mg O/(m2/time)] for per­ iphyton and macrophytes or per volume [mg O/(m3/time)] for phytoplankton. The oxygen method defines production and respi­ ration rates as estimated from changes in the measured dissolved-oxygen concentration. The oxygen light and dark bottle method is preferred if the rate of primary production is sufficient for accurate measurements to be made within 24 hours. Unit time may be either the hour or day, depending on the incubation period. (See also “Primary productivity”) Radioisotopes are isotopic forms of elements that exhibit radioactivity. Isotopes are varieties of a chemical element that differ in atomic weight but are very nearly alike in chemical properties. The difference arises because the atoms of the isotopic forms of an element differ in the number of neutrons in the nucleus; for example, ordinary chlorine is a mixture of isotopes having atomic weights of 35 and 37, and the natural mixture has an atomic weight of about 35.453. Many of the elements similarly exist as mixtures of isotopes, and a great many new isotopes have been produced in the operation of nuclear devices such as the cyclotron. There are 275 isotopes of the 81 stable elements, in addition to more than 800 radioactive isotopes. Reach, as used in this report, is a length of stream that is chosen to represent a uniform set of physical, chemical, and biological conditions within a segment. It is the principal sampling unit for collecting physical, chemical, and biological data. Recoverable from bed (bottom) material is the amount of a given constituent that is in solution after a representative sample of bottom material has been digested by a method (usually using an acid or mixture of acids) that results in dissolution of readily soluble substances. Complete dissolution of all bottom material is not achieved by the digestion treatment and thus the determination represents less than the total amount (that is, less than 95 percent) of the constituent in the sample. To achieve comparability of analytical data, equivalent digestion procedures would be required of all laboratories performing such analy­ ses because different digestion procedures are likely to produce different analytical results. (See also “Bed material”) Recurrence interval, also referred to as return period, is the average time, usually expressed in years, between occurrences of hydrologic events of a specified type (such as exceedances of a specified high flow or nonexceedance of a specified low flow). The terms “return period” and “recurrence interval” do not imply regular cyclic occurrence. The actual times between occur­ rences vary randomly, with most of the times being less than the average and a few being substantially greater than the average. For example, the 100-year flood is the flow rate that is exceeded by the annual maximum peak flow at intervals whose average length is 100 years (that is, once in 100 years, on average); almost two-thirds of all exceedances of the 100-year flood occur less than 100 years after the previous exceedance, half occur less than 70 years after the previous exceedance, and about oneeighth occur more than 200 years after the previous exceedance. Similarly, the 7-day, 10-year low flow (7Q10) is the flow rate below which the annual minimum 7-day-mean flow dips at intervals whose average length is 10 years (that is, once in 10 years, on average); almost two-thirds of the nonexceedances of the 7Q10 occur less than 10 years after the previous nonexceedance, half occur less than 7 years after, and about one-eighth occur more than 20 years after the previous nonexceedance. The recur­ rence interval for annual events is the reciprocal of the annual probability of occurrence. Thus, the 100-year flood has a 1-percent chance of being exceeded by the maximum peak flow in any year, and there is a 10-percent chance in any year that the annual minimum 7-day-mean flow will be less than the 7Q10. Replicate samples are a group of samples collected in a manner such that the samples are thought to be essentially identical in composition. Return period (See “Recurrence interval”) Riffle, as used in this report, is a shallow part of the stream where water flows swiftly over completely or partially submerged obstructions to produce surface agitation.

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River mileage is the curvilinear distance, in miles, measured upstream from the mouth along the meandering path of a stream channel in accordance with Bulletin No. 14 (October 1968) of the Water Resources Council and typically is used to denote location along a river. Run, as used in this report, is a relatively shallow part of a stream with moderate velocity and little or no surface turbulence. Runoff is the quantity of water that is discharged (“runs off”) from a drainage basin during a given time period. Runoff data may be presented as volumes in acre-feet, as mean discharges per unit of drainage area in cubic feet per second per square mile, or as depths of water on the drainage basin in inches. (See also “Annual runoff”) Sea level, as used in this report, refers to one of the two commonly used national vertical datums (NGVD 1929 or NAVD 1988). See separate entries for definitions of these datums. See conversion factors and vertical datum page (inside back cover) for identification of the datum used in this report. Sediment is solid material that originates mostly from disintegrated rocks; when transported by, suspended in, or deposited from water, it is referred to as “fluvial sediment.” Sediment includes chemical and biochemical precipitates and decomposed organic material, such as humus. The quantity, characteristics, and cause of the occurrence of sediment in streams are affected by envi­ ronmental and land-use factors. Some major factors are topography, soil characteristics, land cover, and depth and intensity of pre-cipitation. Sensible heat flux (often used interchangeably with latent sensible heat-flux density) is the amount of heat energy that moves by turbulent transport through the air across a specified cross-sectional area per unit time and goes to heating (cooling) the air. Usually expressed in watts per square meter. Seven-day, 10-year low flow (7Q10) is the discharge below which the annual 7-day minimum flow falls in 1 year out of 10 on the long-term average. The recurrence interval of the 7Q10 is 10 years; the chance that the annual 7-day minimum flow will be less than the 7Q10 is 10 percent in any given year. (See also “Annual 7-day minimum” and “Recurrence interval”) Shelves, as used in this report, are streambank features extending nearly horizontally from the flood plain to the lower limit of persistent woody vegetation. Sodium adsorption ratio (SAR) is the expression of relative activity of sodium ions in exchange reactions within soil and is an index of sodium or alkali hazard to the soil. Sodium hazard in water is an index that can be used to evaluate the suitability of water for irrigating crops. Soil heat flux (often used interchangeably with soil heat-flux density) is the amount of heat energy that moves by conduction across a specified cross-sectional area of soil per unit time and goes to heating (or cooling) the soil. Usually expressed in watts per square meter. Soil-water content is the water lost from the soil upon drying to constant mass at 105 ° C; expressed either as mass of water per unit mass of dry soil or as the volume of water per unit bulk volume of soil. Specific electrical conductance (conductivity) is a measure of the capacity of water (or other media) to conduct an electrical current. It is expressed in microsiemens per centimeter at 25 ° C. Specific electrical conductance is a function of the types and quantity of dissolved substances in water and can be used for approximating the dissolved-solids content of the water. Com­ monly, the concentration of dissolved solids (in milligrams per liter) is from 55 to 75percent of the specific conductance (in microsiemens). This relation is not constant from stream to stream, and it may vary in the same source with changes in the composition of the water. Stable isotope ratio (per MIL) is a unit expressing the ratio of the abundance of two radioactive isotopes. Isotope ratios are used in hydrologic studies to determine the age or source of specific water, to evaluate mixing of different water, as an aid in deter­ mining reaction rates, and other chemical or hydrologic processes. Stage (See “Gage height”)

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Stage-discharge relation is the relation between the water-surface elevation, termed stage (gage height), and the volume of water flowing in a channel per unit time. Streamflow is the discharge that occurs in a natural channel. Although the term “discharge” can be applied to the flow of a canal, the word “streamflow” uniquely describes the discharge in a surface stream course. The term “streamflow” is more gen­ eral than “runoff” as streamflow may be applied to discharge whether or not it is affected by diversion or regulation. Substrate is the physical surface upon which an organism lives. Substrate embeddedness class is a visual estimate of riffle streambed substrate larger than gravel that is surrounded or covered by fine sediment (<2mm, sand or finer). Below are the class categories expressed as the percentage covered by fine sediment: 0 no gravel or larger substrate 1 > 75 percent 2 51-75 percent

3 26-50 percent 4 5-25 percent 5 < 5 percent

Surface area of a lake is that area (acres) encompassed by the boundary of the lake as shown on USGS topographic maps, or other available maps or photographs. Because surface area changes with lake stage, surface areas listed in this report represent those determined for the stage at the time the maps or photographs were obtained. Surficial bed material is the upper surface (0.1 to 0.2 foot) of the bed material that is sampled using U.S. Series Bed-Material Samplers. Suspended (as used in tables of chemical analyses) refers to the amount (concentration) of undissolved material in a water-sediment mixture. It is defined operationally as the material retained on a 0.45-micrometer filter. Suspended, recoverable is the amount of a given constituent that is in solution after the part of a representative suspended water-sediment sample that is retained on a 0.45-micrometer membrane filter has been digested by a method (usually using a dilute acid solution) that results in dissolution of only readily soluble substances. Complete dissolution of all the particulate matter is not achieved by the digestion treatment, and thus the determination represents something less than the “total” amount (that is, less than 95 percent) of the constituent present in the sample. To achieve comparability of analytical data, equivalent digestion procedures are required of all laboratories performing such analyses because different digestion procedures are likely to produce different analytical results. Determinations of “suspended, recoverable” constituents are made either by directly analyzing the suspended mate-rial collected on the filter or, more commonly, by difference, on the basis of determinations of (1) dissolved and (2) total recoverable concentrations of the constituent. (See also “Suspended”) Suspended sediment is the sediment maintained in suspension by the upward components of turbulent currents or that exists in suspension as a colloid. (See also “Sediment”) Suspended-sediment concentration is the velocity-weighted concentration of suspended sediment in the sampled zone (from the water surface to a point approximately 0.3 foot above the bed) expressed as milligrams of dry sediment per liter of watersediment mixture (mg/L). The analytical technique uses the mass of all of the sediment and the net weight of the water-sediment mixture in a sample to compute the suspended-sediment concentration. (See also “Sediment” and “Suspended sedi­ ment”) Suspended-sediment discharge (tons/d) is the rate of sediment transport, as measured by dry mass or volume, that passes a cross section in a given time. It is calculated in units of tons per day as follows: concentration (mg/L) x discharge (ft3/s) x 0.0027. (See also “Sediment,” “Suspended sediment,” and “Suspended-sediment concentration”) Suspended-sediment load is a general term that refers to a given characteristic of the material in suspension that passes a point during a specified period of time. The term needs to be qualified, such as “annual suspended-sediment load” or “sand-size suspended-sediment load,” and so on. It is not synonymous with either suspended-sediment discharge or concentration. (See also “Sediment”)

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Suspended, total is the total amount of a given constituent in the part of a water-sediment sample that is retained on a 0.45micrometer membrane filter. This term is used only when the analytical procedure assures measurement of at least 95 percent of the constituent determined. Knowledge of the expected form of the constituent in the sample, as well as the analytical meth­ odology used, is required to determine when the results should be reported as “suspended, total.” Determinations of “sus­ pended, total” constituents are made either by directly analyzing portions of the suspended material collected on the filter or, more commonly, by difference, on the basis of determinations of (1) dissolved and (2) total concentrations of the constituent. (See also “Suspended”) Suspended solids, total residue at 105 °C concentration is the concentration of inorganic and organic material retained on a filter, expressed as milligrams of dry material per liter of water (mg/L). An aliquot of the sample is used for this analysis. Synoptic studies are short-term investigations of specific water-quality conditions during selected seasonal or hydro-logic peri­ ods to provide improved spatial resolution for critical water-quality conditions. For the period and conditions sampled, they assess the spatial distribution of selected water-quality conditions in relation to causative factors, such as land use and contam­ inant sources. Taxa (Species) richness is the number of species (taxa) present in a defined area or sampling unit.

Taxonomy is the division of biology concerned with the classification and naming of organisms. The classification of organisms is based upon a hierarchial scheme beginning with Kingdom and ending with Species at the base. The higher the classification level, the fewer features the organisms have in common. For example, the taxonomy of a particular mayfly, Hexagenia lim­ bata, is the following: Kingdom: Phylum: Class: Order: Family: Genus: Species:

Animal Arthropoda Insecta Ephemeroptera Ephemeridae Hexagenia Hexagenia limbata

Thalweg is the line formed by connecting points of minimum streambed elevation (deepest part of the channel). Thermograph is an instrument that continuously records variations of temperature on a chart. The more general term “tempera­ ture recorder” is used in the table descriptions and refers to any instrument that records temperature whether on a chart, a tape, or any other medium. Time-weighted average is computed by multiplying the number of days in the sampling period by the concentrations of indi­ vidual constituents for the corresponding period and dividing the sum of the products by the total number of days. A timeweighted average represents the composition of water resulting from the mixing of flow proportionally to the duration of the concentration. Tons per acre-foot (T/acre-ft) is the dry mass (tons) of a constituent per unit volume (acre-foot) of water. It is computed by mul­ tiplying the concentration of the constituent, in milligrams per liter, by 0.00136. Tons per day (T/DAY, tons/d) is a common chemical or sediment discharge unit. It is the quantity of a substance in solution, in suspension, or as bedload that passes a stream section during a 24-hour period. It is equivalent to 2,000 pounds per day, or 0.9072 metric tons per day. Total is the amount of a given constituent in a representative whole-water (unfiltered) sample, regardless of the constituent’s physical or chemical form. This term is used only when the analytical procedure assures measurement of at least 95 percent of the constituent present in both the dissolved and suspended phases of the sample. A knowledge of the expected form of the constituent in the sample, as well as the analytical methodology used, is required to judge when the results should be reported as “total.” (Note that the word “total” does double duty here, indicating both that the sample consists of a water-suspended sed­ iment mixture and that the analytical method determined at least 95 percent of the constituent in the sample.)

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Total coliform bacteria are a particular group of bacteria that are used as indicators of possible sewage pollution. This group includes coliforms that inhabit the intestine of warmblooded animals and those that inhabit soils. They are characterized as aerobic or facultative anaerobic, gram-negative, nonspore-forming, rod-shaped bacteria that ferment lactose with gas forma­ tion within 48 hours at 35 ° C. In the laboratory, these bacteria are defined as all the organisms that produce colonies with a golden-green metallic sheen within 24 hours when incubated at 35 ° C plus or minus 1.0 ° C on M-Endo medium (nutrient medium for bacterial growth). Their concentrations are expressed as number of colonies per 100 milliliters of sample. (See also “Bacteria”) Total discharge is the quantity of a given constituent, measured as dry mass or volume, that passes a stream cross section per unit of time. When referring to constituents other than water, this term needs to be qualified, such as “total sediment dis­ charge,” “total chloride discharge,” and so on. Total in bottom material is the amount of a given constituent in a representative sample of bottom material. This term is used only when the analytical procedure assures measurement of at least 95 percent of the constituent determined. A knowledge of the expected form of the constituent in the sample, as well as the analytical methodology used, is required to judge when the results should be reported as “total in bottom material.” Total length (fish) is the straight-line distance from the anterior point of a fish specimen’s snout, with the mouth closed, to the posterior end of the caudal (tail) fin, with the lobes of the caudal fin squeezed together. Total load refers to all of a constituent in transport. When referring to sediment, it includes suspended load plus bed load. Total organism count is the number of organisms collected and enumerated in any particular sample. (See also “Organism count/volume”) Total recoverable is the amount of a given constituent in a whole-water sample after a sample has been digested by a method (usually using a dilute acid solution) that results in dissolution of only readily soluble substances. Complete dissolution of all particulate matter is not achieved by the digestion treatment, and thus the determination represents something less than the “total” amount (that is, less than 95 percent) of the constituent present in the dissolved and suspended phases of the sample. To achieve comparability of analytical data for whole-water samples, equivalent digestion procedures are required of all labo­ ratories performing such analyses because different digestion procedures may produce different analytical results. Total sediment discharge is the mass of suspended-sediment plus bed-load transport, measured as dry weight, that passes a cross section in a given time. It is a rate and is reported as tons per day. (See also “Bedload,” “Bedload discharge,” “Sediment,” “Suspended sediment,” and “Suspended-sediment concentration”) Total sediment load or total load is the sediment in transport as bedload and suspended-sediment load. The term may be quali­ fied, such as “annual suspended-sediment load” or “sand-size suspended-sediment load,” and so on. It differs from total sedi­ ment discharge in that load refers to the material, whereas discharge refers to the quantity of material, expressed in units of mass per unit time. (See also “Sediment,” “Suspended-sediment load,” and “Total load”) Transect, as used in this report, is a line across a stream perpendicular to the flow and along which measurements are taken, so that morphological and flow characteristics along the line are described from bank to bank. Unlike a cross section, no attempt is made to determine known elevation points along the line. Turbidity is the reduction in the transparency of a solution due to the presence of suspended and some dissolved substances. The measurement technique records the collective optical properties of the solution that cause light to be scattered and attenu­ ated rather than transmitted in straight lines; the higher the intensity of scattered or attenuated light, the higher the value of the turbidity. Turbidity is expressed in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Depending on the method used, the turbidity units as NTU can be defined as the intensity of light of a specified wavelength scattered or attenuated by suspended particles or absorbed at a method specified angle, usually 90 degrees, from the path of the incident light. Currently approved methods for the measurement of turbidity in the USGS include those that conform to U.S. EPA Method 180.1, ASTM D1889-00, and ISO 7027. Measurements of turbidity by these different methods and different instruments are unlikely to yield equivalent values.

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Ultraviolet (UV) absorbance (absorption) at 254 or 280 nanometers is a measure of the aggregate concentration of the mixture of UV absorbing organic materials dissolved in the analyzed water, such as lignin, tannin, humic substances, and various aro­ matic compounds. UV absorbance (absorption) at 254 or 280 nanometers is measured in UV absorption units per centimeter of pathlength of UV light through a sample. Unconfined aquifer is an aquifer whose upper surface is a water table free to fluctuate under atmospheric pressure. (See “Water-table aquifer”) Vertical datum (See “Datum”) Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic compounds that can be isolated from the water phase of a sample by purging the water sample with inert gas, such as helium, and subsequently analyzed by gas chromatography. Many VOCs are humanmade chemicals that are used and produced in the manufacture of paints, adhesives, petroleum products, pharmaceuticals, and refrigerants. They are often components of fuels, solvents, hydraulic fluids, paint thinners, and dry cleaning agents commonly used in urban settings. VOC contamination of drinking-water supplies is a human health concern because many are toxic and are known or suspected human carcinogens. Water table is that surface in a ground-water body at which the water pressure is equal to the atmospheric pressure. Water-table aquifer is an unconfined aquifer within which the water table is found. Water year in USGS reports dealing with surface-water supply is the 12-month period October 1 through September 30. The water year is designated by the calendar year in which it ends and which includes 9 of the 12 months. Thus, the year ending September 30, 2002, is called the “2002 water year.” WDR is used as an abbreviation for “Water-Data Report” in the REVISED RECORDS paragraph to refer to State annual hydrologic-data reports. (WRD was used as an abbreviation for “Water-Resources Data” in reports published prior to 1976.) Weighted average is used in this report to indicate discharge-weighted average. It is computed by multiplying the discharge for a sampling period by the concentrations of individual constituents for the corresponding period and dividing the sum of the products by the sum of the discharges. A discharge-weighted average approximates the composition of water that would be found in a reservoir containing all the water passing a given location during the water year after thorough mixing in the reser­ voir. Wet mass is the mass of living matter plus contained water. (See also “Biomass” and “Dry mass”) Wet weight refers to the weight of animal tissue or other substance including its contained water. (See also “Dry weight”) WSP is used as an acronym for “Water-Supply Paper” in reference to previously published reports. Zooplankton is the animal part of the plankton. Zooplankton are capable of extensive movements within the water column and often are large enough to be seen with the unaided eye. Zooplankton are secondary consumers feeding upon bacteria, phy­ toplankton, and detritus. Because they are the grazers in the aquatic environment, the zooplankton are a vital part of the aquatic food web. The zooplankton community is dominated by small crustaceans and rotifers. (See also “Plankton”).

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TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS OF THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY The USGS publishes a series of manuals titled the “Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations” that describe procedures for planning and conducting specialized work in water-resources investigations. The material in these manuals is grouped under major subject headings called books and is further divided into sections and chapters. For example, section A of book 3 (Appli­ cations of Hydraulics) pertains to surface water. Each chapter then is limited to a narrow field of the section subject matter. This publication format permits flexibility when revision or printing is required. Manuals in the Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations series, which are listed below, are available online at http:// water.usgs.gov/pubs/twri/. Printed copies are available for sale from the USGS, Information Services, Box 25286, Federal Cen­ ter, Denver, Colorado 80225 (an authorized agent of the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office). Please telephone “1-888-ASK-USGS” for current prices, and refer to the title, book number, section number, chapter number, and men­ tion the “U.S. Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations.” Other products can be viewed online at http:/ /www.usgs.gov/sales.html, or ordered by telephone or by FAX to (303)236-4693. Order forms for FAX requests are available online at http://mac.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/forms/. Prepayment by major credit card or by a check or money order payable to the “U.S. Geological Survey” is required. Book 1. Collection of Water Data by Direct Measurement Section D. Water Quality 1-D1.

Water temperature—influential factors, field measurement, and data presentation, by H. H. Stevens, Jr., J.F. Ficke, and G. F. Smoot: USGS–TWRI book 1, chap. D1. 1975. 65 p.

1-D2.

Guidelines for collection and field analysis of ground-water samples for selected unstable constituents, by W.W. Wood: USGS–TWRI book 1, chap. D2. 1976. 24 p.

Book 2. Collection of Environmental Data Section D. Surface Geophysical Methods 2-D1.

Application of surface geophysics to ground-water investigations, by A.A. R. Zohdy, G.P. Eaton, and D.R. Mabey: USGS–TWRI book 2, chap. D1. 1974. 116 p.

2-D2.

Application of seismic-refraction techniques to hydrologic studies, by F.P. Haeni: USGS–TWRI book 2, chap. D2. 1988. 86 p.

Section E. Subsurface Geophysical Methods 2-E1.

Application of borehole geophysics to water-resources investigations, by W.S. Keys and L.M. MacCary: USGS–TWRI book 2, chap. E1. 1971. 126 p.

2-E2.

Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations, by W.S. Keys: USGS–TWRI book 2, chap. E2. 1990. 150 p.

Section F. Drilling and Sampling Methods 2-F1.

Application of drilling, coring, and sampling techniques to test holes and wells, by Eugene Shuter and W.E. Teasdale: USGS–TWRI book 2, chap. F1. 1989. 97 p.

Book 3. Applications of Hydraulics Section A. Surface-Water Techniques 3-A1.

General field and office procedures for indirect discharge measurements, by M.A. Benson and Tate Dalrymple: USGS– TWRI book 3, chap. A1. 1967. 30 p.

3-A2.

Measurement of peak discharge by the slope-area method, by Tate Dalrymple and M.A. Benson: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A2. 1967. 12 p.

3-A3.

Measurement of peak discharge at culverts by indirect methods, by G.L. Bodhaine: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A3. 1968. 60 p.

3-A4.

Measurement of peak discharge at width contractions by indirect methods, by H.F. Matthai: USGS-TWRI book 3, chap. A4. 1967. 44 p.

3-A5.

Measurement of peak discharge at dams by indirect methods, by Harry Hulsing: USGS–TWRI book 3. chap. A5. 1967. 29 p.

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3-A6.

General procedure for gaging streams, by R.W. Carter and Jacob Davidian: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A6. 1968. 13 p.

3-A7.

Stage measurement at gaging stations, by T.J. Buchanan and W.P. Somers: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A7. 1968. 28 p.

3-A8.

Discharge measurements at gaging stations, by T.J. Buchanan and W.P. Somers: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A8. 1969. 65 p.

3-A9.

Measurement of time of travel in streams by dye tracing, by F.A. Kilpatrick and J.F. Wilson, Jr.: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A9. 1989. 27 p.

3-Al0.

Discharge ratings at gaging stations, by E.J. Kennedy: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A10. 1984. 59 p.

3-A11. Measurement of discharge by the moving-boat method, by G.F. Smoot and C.E. Novak: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A11. 1969. 22 p. 3-A12. Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing, Revised, by J.F. Wilson, Jr., E.D. Cobb, and F.A. Kilpatrick: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A12. 1986. 34 p. 3-A13. Computation of continuous records of streamflow, by E.J. Kennedy: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A13. 1983. 53 p. 3-A14. Use of flumes in measuring discharge, by F.A. Kilpatrick and V.R. Schneider: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A14. 1983. 46 p. 3-A15. Computation of water-surface profiles in open channels, by Jacob Davidian: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A15. 1984. 48 p. 3-A16. Measurement of discharge using tracers, by F.A. Kilpatrick and E.D. Cobb: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A16. 1985. 52 p. 3-A17. Acoustic velocity meter systems, by Antonius Laenen: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A17. 1985. 38 p. 3-A18. Determination of stream reaeration coefficients by use of tracers, by F.A. Kilpatrick, R.E. Rathbun, Nobuhiro Yotsukura, G.W. Parker, and L.L. DeLong: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A18. 1989. 52 p. 3-A19. Levels at streamflow gaging stations, by E.J. Kennedy: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A19. 1990. 31 p. 3-A20. Simulation of soluble waste transport and buildup in surface waters using tracers, by F.A. Kilpatrick: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A20. 1993. 38 p. 3-A21

Stream-gaging cableways, by C. Russell Wagner: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. A21. 1995. 56 p.

Section B. Ground-Water Techniques 3-B1.

Aquifer-test design, observation, and data analysis, by R.W. Stallman: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B1. 1971. 26 p.

3-B2.

Introduction to ground-water hydraulics, a programed text for self-instruction, by G.D. Bennett: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B2. 1976. 172 p.

3-B3.

Type curves for selected problems of flow to wells in confined aquifers, by J.E. Reed: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B3. 1980. 106 p.

3-B4.

Regression modeling of ground-water flow, by R.L. Cooley and R.L. Naff: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B4. 1990. 232 p.

3-B4.

Supplement 1. Regression modeling of ground-water flow --Modifications to the computer code for nonlinear regression solution of steady-state ground-water flow problems, by R.L. Cooley: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B4. 1993. 8 p.

3-B5.

Definition of boundary and initial conditions in the analysis of saturated ground-water flow systems—An introduction, by O.L. Franke, T.E. Reilly, and G.D. Bennett: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B5. 1987. 15 p.

3-B6.

The principle of superposition and its application in ground-water hydraulics, by T.E. Reilly, O.L. Franke, and G.D. Bennett: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B6. 1987. 28 p.

3-B7.

Analytical solutions for one-, two-, and three-dimensional solute transport in ground-water systems with uniform flow, by E.J. Wexler: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B7. 1992. 190 p.

3-B8.

System and boundary conceptualization in ground-water flow simulation, by T.E. Reilly: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. B8. 2001. 29 p.

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3-C1.

Fluvial sediment concepts, by H.P. Guy: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. C1. 1970. 55 p.

3-C2.

Field methods for measurement of fluvial sediment, by T.K. Edwards and G.D. Glysson: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. C2. 1999. 89 p.

3-C3.

Computation of fluvial-sediment discharge, by George Porterfield: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. C3. 1972. 66 p.

Book 4. Hydrologic Analysis and Interpretation Section A. Statistical Analysis 4-A1.

Some statistical tools in hydrology, by H.C. Riggs: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. A1. 1968. 39 p.

4-A2.

Frequency curves, by H.C. Riggs: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. A2. 1968. 15 p.

Section B. Surface Water 4-B1.

Low-flow investigations, by H.C. Riggs: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. B1. 1972. 18 p.

4-B2.

Storage analyses for water supply, by H.C. Riggs and C.H. Hardison: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. B2. 1973. 20 p.

4-B3.

Regional analyses of streamflow characteristics, by H.C. Riggs: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. B3. 1973. 15 p.

Section D. Interrelated Phases of the Hydrologic Cycle 4-D1.

Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells, by C.T. Jenkins: USGS–TWRI book 4, chap. D1. 1970. 17 p.

Book 5. Laboratory Analysis Section A. Water Analysis 5-A1.

Methods for determination of inorganic substances in water and fluvial sediments, by M.J. Fishman and L.C. Friedman, editors: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. A1. 1989. 545 p.

5-A2.

Determination of minor elements in water by emission spectroscopy, by P.R. Barnett and E.C. Mallory, Jr.: USGS– TWRI book 5, chap. A2. 1971. 31 p.

5-A3.

Methods for the determination of organic substances in water and fluvial sediments, edited by R.L. Wershaw, M.J. Fishman, R.R. Grabbe, and L.E. Lowe: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. A3. 1987. 80 p.

5-A4.

Methods for collection and analysis of aquatic biological and microbiological samples, by L.J. Britton and P.E. Greeson, editors: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. A4. 1989. 363 p.

5-A5.

Methods for determination of radioactive substances in water and fluvial sediments, by L.L. Thatcher, V.J. Janzer, and K.W. Edwards: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. A5. 1977. 95 p.

5-A6.

Quality assurance practices for the chemical and biological analyses of water and fluvial sediments, by L.C. Friedman and D.E. Erdmann: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. A6. 1982. 181 p.

Section C. Sediment Analysis 5-C1.

Laboratory theory and methods for sediment analysis, by H.P. Guy: USGS–TWRI book 5, chap. C1. 1969. 58 p.

Book 6. Modeling Techniques Section A. Ground Water 6-A1.

A modular three-dimensional finite-difference ground-water flow model, by M.G. McDonald and A.W. Harbaugh: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A1. 1988. 586 p.

6-A2.

Documentation of a computer program to simulate aquifer-system compaction using the modular finite-difference ground-water flow model, by S.A. Leake and D.E. Prudic: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A2. 1991. 68 p.

6-A3.

A modular finite-element model (MODFE) for areal and axisymmetric ground-water-flow problems, Part 1: Model Description and User’s Manual, by L.J. Torak: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A3. 1993. 136 p.

6-A4.

A modular finite-element model (MODFE) for areal and axisymmetric ground-water-flow problems, Part 2: Derivation of finite-element equations and comparisons with analytical solutions, by R.L. Cooley: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A4. 1992. 108 p.

6-A5.

A modular finite-element model (MODFE) for areal and axisymmetric ground-water-flow problems, Part 3: Design philosophy and programming details, by L.J. Torak: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A5, 1993. 243 p.

6-A6.

A coupled surface-water and ground-water flow model (MODBRANCH) for simulation of stream-aquifer interaction, by Eric D. Swain and Eliezer J. Wexler: USGS–TWRI book 6, chap. A5,1996. 125 p.

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Book 7. Automated Data Processing and Computations Section C. Computer Programs 7-C1.

Finite difference model for aquifer simulation in two dimensions with results of numerical experiments, by P.C. Trescott, G.F. Pinder, and S.P. Larson: USGS–TWRI book 7, chap. C1. 1976. 116 p.

7-C2.

Computer model of two-dimensional solute transport and dispersion in ground water, by L.F. Konikow and J.D. Bredehoeft: USGS–TWRI book 7, chap. C2. 1978. 90 p.

7-C3.

A model for simulation of flow in singular and interconnected channels, by R.W. Schaffranek, R.A. Baltzer, and D.E. Goldberg: USGS–TWRI book 7, chap. C3. 1981. 110 p.

Book 8. Instrumentation Section A. Instruments for Measurement of Water Level 8-A1.

Methods of measuring water levels in deep wells, by M.S. Garber and F.C. Koopman: USGS–TWRI book 8, chap. A1. 1968. 23 p.

8-A2.

Installation and service manual for U.S. Geological Survey manometers, by J.D. Craig: USGS–TWRI book 8, chap. A2. 1983. 57 p.

Section B. Instruments for Measurement of Discharge 8-B2.

Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters, by G.F. Smoot and C.E. Novak: USGS–TWRI book 8, chap. B2. 1968. 15 p.

Book 9. Handbooks for Water-Resources Investigations Section A. National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data 9-A1.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Preparations for Water Sampling, by F.D. Wilde, D.B. Radtke, Jacob Gibs, and R.T. Iwatsubo: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A1. 1998. 47 p.

9-A2.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Selection of Equipment for Water Sampling, edited by F.D. Wilde, D.B. Radtke, Jacob Gibs, and R.T. Iwatsubo: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A2. 1998. 94 p.

9-A3.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Cleaning of Equipment for Water Sampling, edited by F.D. Wilde, D.B. Radtke, Jacob Gibs, and R.T. Iwatsubo: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A3. 1998. 75 p.

9-A4.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Collection of Water Samples, edited by F.D. Wilde, D.B. Radtke, Jacob Gibs, and R.T. Iwatsubo: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A4. 1999. 156 p.

9-A5.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Processing of Water Samples, edited by F.D. Wilde, D.B. Radtke, Jacob Gibs, and R.T. Iwatsubo: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A5. 1999, 149 p.

9-A6.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Field Measurements, edited by F.D. Wilde and D.B. Radtke: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A6. 1998. Variously paginated.

9-A7.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Biological Indicators, edited by D.N. Myers and F.D. Wilde: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A7. 1997 and 1999. Variously paginated.

9-A8.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Bottom-material samples, by D.B. Radtke: USGS– TWRI book 9, chap. A8. 1998. 48 p.

9-A9.

National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data: Safety in Field Activities, by S.L. Lane and R.G. Fay: USGS–TWRI book 9, chap. A9. 1998. 60 p.

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MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

32

ALACHUA COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

292838082073701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1050 1005

A-0725 LK LOCHLOOSA AT LOCHLOOSA,FL

51.23 53.16

293203082200601

05-15-02 09-18-02

1030 1110

CHITTY WELL AT KIRKWOOD

49.93 50.54

293252082292301

05-14-02 09-17-02

1250 1020

ALTO STRAUGHN-ARCHER WELL

37.12 36.92

293253082055701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1128 1050

DRISCOLL WELL NR LOCHLOOSA

65.94 67.64

293539082112601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1250 1120

A-005 OWENS-ILLINOIS NO.1

65.19 66.76

293556082043401

05-13-02 09-16-02

1205 1105

A-0071 HAWTHORNE TOWER DEEP

71.72 73.30

293620082362001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1215 0940

USGS WELL NR NEWBERRY,FL

35.31 34.79

293644082244201

05-14-02 09-17-02

1415 1215

A-0016 RUN MONITOR WELL NO1 AT KANAPAHA

39.26 39.75

293728082282401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1330 1105

93722801

35.07 35.51

293857082203901

05-15-02 09-17-02

0830 1000

GEOLOGY DEPT WELL GAINESVILLE

35.10 36.49

293943082085901

05-14-02 09-17-02

1125 1108

A-0708 ALACHUA COUNTY F-5 NR ORANGE HEIGHTS,FL

70.94 72.21

294011082260401

05-15-02 09-18-02

1405 1500

A-0713 ALACHUA CO VISA 3 AT GAINESVILLE,FL

38.43 39.05

294028082245301

05-15-02 09-18-02

1415 1255

A-0712 VISA 2 NR GAINESVILLE,FL

38.56 38.97

294105082171501

05-15-02 09-16-02

0710 1310

A-063 ALACHUA FAIRGROUNDS CF IN GAINESVILLE,FL

37.39 39.28

294339082184501

09-18-02

0830

A-0706 ALACHUA COUNTY F-3 IN GAINESVILLE, FL

39.23

294407082262801

05-14-02 09-18-02

0820 0910

DEP SAN FELASCO HAMMOCK NR GAINESVILLE,FL

54.09 54.07

294530082232001

05-14-02 09-16-02

1000 1330

DEERHAVEN POWER PLT WELL NR GAINESVILLE

37.79 37.07

294629082181301

05-30-02 09-17-02

1200 1404

A-0704

52.33 52.76

294640082064501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1408 1215

ROD REESE NR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

71.00 72.19

294839082230701

05-14-02 09-17-02

1041 0710

CELLON WELL NR LA CROSSE(A-0053)

39.03 38.86

294928082355301

05-14-02 09-17-02

1130 0800

94923502

30.97 31.07

295130082243001

05-22-02

0815

SRWMD DOF - LACROSSE TOWER NR GAINESVILLE,FL

10S18E14 PARKER RD BAPTIST CHURCH

ALACHUA CO F-1 WELL IN GAINESVILLE,FL

08S17E03 CITY HIGH SPRINGS

39.15

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 4 BAKER COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

1 2 3

301535082162001 302251082194901 302620082173501

Page number 36 36 37

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Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

Figure 4.--Location of wells in Baker County.

35

36

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

BAKER COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--301535082162001. Local Number B-11. USGS Well at Sanderson, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°15'35", long 82°16'20", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.1, T.3 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070204, 0.4 mi northwest of Sanderson Public School, and 0.7 mi north of U.S. Highway 90 in Sanderson. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 825 ft, cased to 282 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 157.68 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. coupling, 2.30 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1963 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 64.05 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 1, 1965; lowest measured, 46.87 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 24, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19 DEC 17

48.80 48.67 48.65

JAN 29 FEB 22 MAR 26

48.80 49.00 49.72

APR 23 MAY 14 28

49.35 48.34 47.67

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

46.87 46.95 47.09

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

46.87

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

47.23

49.72

DATE

WATER LEVEL

MAR 26, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--302251082194901. ONF Number 6 Floridan. USGS Well near Taylor, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°22'51", long 82°19'49", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.29, T.1 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070204, 500 ft south of U.S. Forest Road 232, in Osceola National Forest, 700 ft east of intersection of U.S. Forest Road 232 and State Highway 250,

and 5 mi south of Taylor. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 338 ft, cased to 320 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 127.77 ft above NGVD of 1929 (levels by L.L. Lee and Associates). Measuring point: Top edge of

shelter floor, 2.70 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1976 to September 1983, October 1983 to September 1987, December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly)

discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 59.73 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 26, 1984; lowest measured, 45.01 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 16, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

46.67 46.43

DEC 17 JAN 29

46.45 46.69

FEB 22 MAY 14

46.98 46.48

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

45.01

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

45.01

SEP 16, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

46.98

WATER LEVEL

DATE

FEB 22, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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BAKER COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302620082173501. Local Number B-9. USGS Well at Taylor, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°26'20", long 82°17'35", in NW1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.3, T.1 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070204, 50 ft northeast of intersection of State Highways 125 and 250, and 200 ft northeast of General Store in Taylor. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 905 ft, cased to 417 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 116.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. coupling, 2.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1963 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 62.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 1, 1973; lowest measured, 44.18 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 29, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19 DEC 17

46.38 46.13 46.18

JAN 29 FEB 22 MAR 26

46.26 46.56 47.55

APR 23 MAY 14 28

47.06 45.95 45.25

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

44.20 44.18 44.30

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

44.18

JUL 29, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

44.46

47.55

DATE

MAR 26, 2002

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

38

BAKER COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

301022082103301

05-13-02 09-16-02

1105 1010

B-17 (BA0019)MANNING WELL NR MANNING,FL

50.56 49.91

301245082233001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1105 1055

SRWMD B-6 US FOREST SERV-OLUSTEE TWR

49.30 48.19

301423082261101

05-14-02 09-16-02

0920 1315

B-15

52.99 51.41

301618082110901

05-14-02 09-16-02

0830 1515

BA0054

48.51 47.66

301635082234001

05-13-02 09-17-02

1315 0935

SRWMD B-0004

48.44 47.19

301702082271401

05-13-02 09-17-02

1335 1020

SRWMD B-0003

48.68 47.24

302115082232201

05-13-02 09-17-02

1250 0910

SRWMD B-2

46.53 45.00

303235082203501

05-14-02 09-16-02

1035 1430

BA-0057 EDDY FIRETOWER FLORIDAN

44.63 43.09

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 5 BREVARD COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4

275508080510701 275955080434601 281937080442001 282945080473901

42 42 43 43

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Figure 5.--Location of wells in Brevard County.

41

42

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

BREVARD COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--275508080510701. Ten-Mile Ranch Well near Kenansville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°55'08", long 80°51'07", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.32, T.29 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 2,500 ft west of private road, 10 mi east of U.S. Highway 441, and 8 mi east of Kenansville. Owner: Deseret Ranches of Florida, Inc. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, irrigation, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 272 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 28.07 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, 0.51 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1956 (annually); 1957 (semiannually); May 1973 to February 2002 (bimonthly) discontinued. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 46.07 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 11, 1957; lowest measured, 36.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 30, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24

43.08

DEC 18

43.39

FEB 12

41.83

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

41.83

FEB 12, 2002

HIGHEST

43.39

DEC 18, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--275955080434601. Platt Well near Melbourne, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°59'55", long 80°43'46", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.4, T.29 S., R.36 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080203, on south side of extension of State Highway 514, 3.5 mi west of State Highway 509, and 9.5 mi southwest of Melbourne. Owner: Marion Platt. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geological Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, irrigation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 447 ft, cased to 125 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 21.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. tee, 1.25 ft above land-surface datum. COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 data provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological Survey. PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1934, July 1942, November 1946 (annually); May 1947 to December 1949 (semiannually); January 1950 to November 1975 (bimonthly); December 1977 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 52.53 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 14, 1934; lowest measured, 33.53 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 26, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 27 DEC 18

41.08 41.46 40.68

JAN 30 FEB 26 MAR 25

39.58 40.48 39.28

APR 18 MAY 14 22

38.28 35.63 37.18

JUN 18 JUL 31 AUG 27

37.56 40.51 41.40

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

35.63

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17 25

39.93 41.11

41.46

DATE

NOV 27, 2001

WATER LEVEL

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

BREVARD COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281937080442001. BR-1558 at Rockledge, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°19'37", long 80°44'20", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.8, T.25 S., R.36 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 0.2 mi north of Eyster Blvd., 0.2 mi east of Fiske Blvd., and 2.0 mi south of State Highway 520. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 180 ft, cased to 140 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape or manometer.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 24.12 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 2 in reducer, 2.31 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 2000 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 27.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 26, 2001; lowest measured, 22.78 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

27.67 27.94

DEC 19 JAN 28

27.38 26.68

FEB 25 MAY 13

27.01 23.23

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.23

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

27.70

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

27.94

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 26, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--282945080473901. BR-586 Well at Airport near Titusville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°29'45", long 80°47'39", in Delespine Grant, T.23 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 1.0 mi west of U.S. Highway 1, 0.2 mi north of Kings Highway, and 9.0 mi south of Titusville. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 135 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 30.67 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.46 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1998 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 17.73 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 26, 2001; lowest measured, 12.41 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 14, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

17.63 17.73

DEC 19 JAN 28

17.24 16.69

FEB 25 MAY 13

16.80 13.68

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

13.68

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

17.50

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

17.73

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

44

BREVARD COUNTY ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

275003080330201

05-14-02 09-17-02

1101 1012

BR-1559 FLEMING GRANT NR FELLSMERE,FL

34.69 39.09

275138080491801

05-17-02 09-18-02

1451 1437

TUCKER T-6 REPLACEMENT WELL NR KENANSVILLE,FL

37.59 44.19

275210080272202

05-14-02 09-17-02

1409 1323

DR0625 SEB. INLET TW SHALLOW

29.93 34.13

275422080374001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1037 0950

BREVARD GROVES DIESEL BR0288 NR FELLEMERE,FL

35.84 39.04

275425080283101

05-14-02 09-17-02

1350 1308

754028002

29.77 34.07

275435080311001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1145 1124

754031001

275629080504901

05-14-02 09-16-02

0938 1253

DESERET RANCH WELL NO3 NR KENANSVILLE, FL

275948080393501

05-14-02 09-17-02

1012 0852

759039005

29S37E06

322 37578 FELLSMERE NW

TP

33.35 37.75

280008080342601

05-14-02 09-17-02

1230 1214

800034072

28S37E36

424 08182 MELBOURNE EAST TP

30.60 32.70

280256080325601

05-14-02 09-17-02

1332 1250

802032002

28S38E17

432

23.10 30.30

280532080514501

05-14-02 09-17-02

0715 0750

805051003

27S35E31

331 30139 DEER PARK SE

TP

35.82 41.12

280534080465101

05-14-02 09-17-02

0645 0717

805046002

27S35E36

331 37472 DEER PARK SE

TP

34.23 39.73

280648080422801

05-13-02 09-16-02

1550 1435

DAN PLATT SARNO RD REPLACEMENT WELL

281109080373701

05-14-02 09-17-02

1530 1416

811037014

281210080473001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1445 1345

DUDA RANCH L-2 (812047001)

281447080392601

05-14-02 09-17-02

1540 1430

814039076 26S36E06

444 37577 EAU GALLIE

79

24.34 27.94

281905080375001

05-15-02 09-17-02

0821 1522

819037196

25S37E16

212 27337 COCOA

04

19.45 23.55

282204080514301

05-13-02 09-16-02

1232 1149

822051001

24S35E30

342 00767 LAKE POINSETT

282301080460601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1307 1226

BR-1557 COCOA HIGH SCHOOL AT COCOA,FL

21.29 24.67

282423080353601

05-15-02 09-18-02

0756 0647

824035001

17.54 20.78

282524080422301

05-15-02 09-18-02

0921 0748

MERRITT ISLAND INJECTION WELL

14.86 18.30

282921080404701

05-15-02 09-18-02

0940 0804

BR0608 NASA UFA NR GATE 2

9.31 13.14

283028080403501

05-15-02 09-18-02

1002 0820

BR 1748 RANSOM RD REPLACEMENT NR COURTNAY,FL

7.47 11.39

283627080512001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1028 1000

BR-0001 USGS TEST WELL

13.30 16.51

283644080574903

05-13-02 09-16-02

0954 0845

BR-1526 SEMINOLE RANCH

14.68 18.44

283732080510001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1050 0924

BR0585 ASTRONAUT H.S.CF

9.76 13.76

283835080424501

10-02-01 05-15-02 09-18-02

0942 1157 0907

838042002 21S36E27 MERRITT ISLE WILDLIFE

9.94 6.14 10.01

29S38E34

26S37E33

24S37E11

343 04383 GRANT

82

35.97 41.67

1645 MELBOURNE EAST 49

122 18134 EAU GALLIE

29.07 34.17

32.45 36.65 09

24.19 29.09 33.40 37.70

444 15764 CAPE CANAVERAL TP

26.98 31.48

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 6 CITRUS COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number 1 2 3 4 5 6

Site number 284330082215401 284508082174601 285102082204001 285121082245401 285414082284201 285608082233401

Page number 48 48 49 49 50 50

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Figure 6.--Location of wells in Citrus County.

47

48

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CITRUS COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--284330082215401. Romp 109 Well near Floral City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°43'30", long 82°21'54", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.24, T.20 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 0.5 mi west of State Highway 581, 4.5 mi southwest of Floral City. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 6 in., depth 260 ft, cased to 189 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 157.13 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. flange, 2.67 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1983 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 23.20 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 19, 1998; lowest water level measured, 12.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 13, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

15.95 16.19 16.37 16.51 16.58 16.63

16.61 16.59 16.56 16.50 16.43 16.34

16.26 16.18 16.07 16.00 15.93 15.81

15.76 15.67 15.59 15.54 15.45 15.36

15.27 15.17 15.11 15.03 14.96 14.91

14.87 14.82 14.74 14.68 14.61 14.48

14.41 14.33 14.28 14.21 14.14 14.07

13.99 13.92 13.81 13.72 13.62 13.45

13.42 13.38 ---------

----------14.38

14.51 14.84 15.07 15.29 15.49 15.68

15.87 16.04 16.20 16.35 16.47 16.55

MAX

16.63

16.63

16.33

15.89

15.34

14.90

14.45

14.06

13.45

14.38

15.68

16.55

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 16.63 MAX 16.63

WELL NUMBER.--284508082174601. Ferris Packing Company Well at Floral City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°45'08", long 82°17'46", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.15, T.20 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03l00208, on east side of U.S. Highway 41, in rear of packing house, 0.2 mi north of State Highway 48 in Floral City. Owner: Ferris Packing Company.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 400 ft, cased to 200 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 70.43 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March and May l96l, January l964 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 40.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 23, 1965; lowest measured, 25.17 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 13, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 DEC 12

32.18 31.39

FEB 19 APR 18

30.32 29.32

MAY 14 JUN 06

28.62 27.82

AUG 01 SEP 18

30.50

33.31

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

27.82

JUN 06, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

33.31

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 18, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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CITRUS COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--285102082204001. DOT-41 Observation Well at Inverness, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°51'02", long 82°20'40", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.7, T.19 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on east side of U.S. Highway 41, 0.4 mi north of intersection of U.S. Highway 41 and State Highway 581 in Inverness. Owner: U.S. Geological

Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 450 ft, cased to 290 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 41.56 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.07 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1961 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 37.80 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 14, 1982; lowest, 21.70 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 4, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

24.92 25.04 25.19 25.30 25.38 25.46

25.59 25.53 25.65 25.60 25.53 25.52

25.42 25.45 25.36 ----25.18

25.17 25.10 25.14 25.12 25.09 25.04

24.95 24.98 24.93 24.90 24.86 24.79

24.75 24.87 24.84 24.80 24.76 24.69

24.56 24.47 24.42 24.33 24.19 24.09

23.89 23.78 23.62 23.52 23.36 23.27

23.08 23.04 22.98 22.86 22.96 23.18

23.60 23.90 24.15 24.56 25.48 26.16

26.41 26.49 26.67 26.94 27.05 27.14

27.38 27.49 27.65 27.92 28.10 28.15

MAX

25.46

25.65

25.50

25.28

25.08

24.98

24.68

24.08

23.21

26.16

27.14

28.17

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 25.65 MAX 28.17

WELL NUMBER.--285121082245401. ROMP 113 Replacement Well near Inverness, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°51'21", long 82°24'54", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.9, T.19 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on south side of State Highway 44, 5.5 mi west of Inverness. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 6 in., depth 150 ft, cased to 51 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 132.57 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 3.69 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1996 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 10.80 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 19, 1998; lowest, 4.72 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 22,23, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

7.02 7.08 7.15 7.17 7.17 7.05

7.02 6.99 6.98 6.89 6.86 6.81

6.77 6.67 6.62 6.61 6.56 6.51

6.50

6.41

6.33

6.32

6.22

6.23

6.16 6.10 6.02 5.96 5.94 5.95

5.97 5.88 5.83 5.76 5.69 5.65

5.62 5.51 5.50 5.46 5.39 5.36

5.34 5.24 5.20 5.17 5.02 5.08

5.03 5.03 5.02 5.16 5.23 5.37

5.46 5.55 5.68 5.79 5.93 6.14

6.26 6.34 6.42 6.58 6.66 6.74

6.87

6.98

7.03

7.06

7.09

7.17

MAX

7.20

7.03

6.81

6.57

6.21

5.97

5.62

5.37

5.37

6.14

6.74

7.18

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 7.20

MAX 7.20

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

CITRUS COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--285414082284201. North Lecanto Well near Lecanto, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°54'14", long 82°28'42", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.22, T.18 S., R.18 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100207, 40 ft east of State Highway 491, and 3.8 mi north of Lecanto. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 335 ft, cased to 288 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 68.87 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.07 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1965 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 8.10 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 15, 1982; lowest, 2.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 3-5, 9, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

4.88 4.78 4.99 4.79 4.86 4.47

4.60 4.58 4.48 4.43 4.46 4.43

4.32 4.30 4.31 4.30 4.23 4.22

4.10 3.99 4.13 4.00 3.95 4.02

3.83 3.86 3.72 3.77 3.72 3.83

3.91 3.74 3.73 3.67 3.58 3.63

3.63 3.51 3.55 3.48 3.41 3.53

3.44 3.38 3.39 3.34 3.20 3.35

3.22 3.24 3.44 3.47 3.67 3.73

3.84 3.87 4.10 4.10 4.30 4.42

4.54 4.45 4.55 4.65 4.62 4.75

4.85 4.83 4.84 4.74 4.82 4.82

MAX

4.99

4.64

4.45

4.19

4.00

3.95

3.67

3.53

3.73

4.42

4.75

4.95

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 4.99 MAX 4.99

WELL NUMBER.--285608082233401. Camp Mining Well (CE-64) near Holder, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°56'08", long 82°23'34", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.10, T.18 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, in a field about 0.5 mi east of U.S. Highway 41, at a point 2.5 mi south of County Road 491 in Holder. Owner: G.L. Robinson. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 14 in., depth 91 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 65.92 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.14 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1961, December 1961 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 31.01 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 20, 1964; lowest measured, 12.04 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 13, 1982. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 DEC 13

16.49 16.48

FEB 12 APR 17

16.28 16.20

MAY 14 JUN 05

14.86 14.31

AUG 01 SEP 17

15.82

17.92

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

14.31

JUN 05, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

17.92

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 17, 2002

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

51

CITRUS COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

284101082184301

05-14-02 09-18-02

1720 1440

84121801

21S20E04 OAK FOREST SUBMERSIBLE

26.82 30.94

284439082131401

05-14-02 09-18-02

1430 1025

84421301

TRAILS END FISH CAMP WELL NR FLORAL CITY

36.81 41.88

284519082150701

05-14-02 09-18-02

1350 0935

84521501

20S21E07 HOMER N FISHER

37.17 41.56

284609082163001

05-14-02 09-18-02

1325 1115

DUVAL ISLAND WELL NR FLORAL CITY, FL

36.37 41.25

284752082202501

05-14-02 09-18-02

1835 1200

84722001

19S20E31 HIGHLANDS VFD NR INVERNESS

14.91 18.64

284805082225701

05-15-02 09-18-02

1240 1325

84822201

19S19E26 WSF-HOLDER MINE REC AREA

9.92 12.34

284844082282801

05-15-02 09-17-02

1435 0900

84822801

19S18E22 WSF-PERRYMAN TRACT

284958082190401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1040 1120

84921901

19S20E16 CITRUS 8 U S GEOL SURVEY

31.02 36.49

285026082174101

05-14-02 09-17-02

1110 1240

85021701

19S20E15 CITRUS 9 U S GEOL SURVEY

34.19 38.52

285037082213801

05-15-02 09-17-02

1120 1025

85022101

19S19E12 INVERNESS VILLAGE EASTW

15.87 19.83

285056082163001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1130 1210

85021601

19S20E11 CITRUS 10 U S GEOL SURVEY

34.09 38.35

285105082135802

05-14-02 09-17-02

1155 1220

USGS WELL 0.7MI.W OF WITH.R. ON SR 44.47FT N RD

33.17 40.27

285248082183201

05-14-02 09-17-02

0935 1310

85221801

33.46 38.21

285414082284201

05-15-02 09-16-02

0755 1450

85422801NORTH LECANTO DEEP WELL NR LECANTO, FL.

3.34 4.86

285514082275402

05-13-02 09-16-02

1740 1315

85522704

18S18E14 BEVERLY HILLS WELL 6-T

3.45 5.04

285612082294201

05-13-02 09-16-02

1815 1250

85622901

18S18E04 PINE RIDGE NO 3

3.44 5.02

285720082201301

05-13-02 09-17-02

1650 1535

85722001ROMP DEEP WELL 116 NEAR TSALA APOPKA, FL

30.49 34.73

285812082360901

05-14-02 09-16-02

0800 1535

85823601

17S17E29 CE 7 U S GEOL SURVEY

7.35 10.67

285833082233301

05-13-02 09-17-02

1320 1500

85822301

17S19E34 CE 16

10.41 13.45

18S20E33 ELMER HEATH

5.27 7.07

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

52

CITRUS COUNTY--Continued

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

285930082283702

05-13-02 09-16-02

0915 1215

85922803

17S18E22 CITRUS SPRINGS RECORDER

5.69 7.46

285951082350901

05-13-02 09-16-02

1030 1555

85923501

17S17E15 CE 6 U S GEOL SURVEY

290023082393601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1135 1700

90023901

17S16E11 CE 89 U S GEOL SURVEY

6.93 9.39

290107082400501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1120 1655

90124001

17S16E11 CE 88 U S GEOL SURVEY

.52 3.57

290132082324201

05-13-02 09-16-02

1230 1630

90123202

17S17E01 EMORY COWART HOUSE WELL

11.56 13.75

290216082292001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1305 1135

90222901

16S18E33 CE 77 U S GEOL SURVEY

10.10 11.40

14.84 16.47

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 7 CLAY COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4

295733081365505 300656081463401 300834081421301 301018081415101

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Figure 7.--Location of wells in Clay County.

55

56

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

CLAY COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--295733081365505. Local Number C-0579. Bayard Point Well near Green Cove Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°57'33", long 81°36'55", in land grant 47, T.6 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 60 ft north of dirt road, 1.6 mi southeast of State Highway 16, and 4.4 mi southeast of Green Cove Springs. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management

District.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 656 ft, cased to 320 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 9.64 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. gate valve, 1.55 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 2000 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 29.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 18, 2002; lowest measured,

17.89 ft, above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 25, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 10 DEC 04

28.59 29.19

JAN 25 MAR 13

29.39 24.49

APR 24 MAY 16

19.39 20.99

JUN 17 AUG 14

25.39 28.99

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

19.39

APR 24, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

29.99

29.99

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--300656081463401. Local Number C-94. USGS Test Well near Orange Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°06'56", long 81°46'34", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.4 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at St. Johns River Community College, 150 ft east of State Highway 224, 1.5 mi south of intersection of State Highways 224 and 21, and 5.0 mi southwest of Orange Park. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 1,197 ft, cased to 391 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 46.22 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 2.5 in. coupling, 1.29 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1974 to April 1979 (quarterly); July 1979 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 41.59 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 28, 1983; lowest measured, 24.43 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 21, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19 DEC 17

30.51 31.77 32.48

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

33.15 32.79 31.22

APR 23 MAY 14 28

29.31 24.65 26.32

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

26.98 27.60

29.21

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

24.65

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

30.59

33.15

DATE

JAN 29, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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CLAY COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--300834081421301. Local Number C-7. Hanson Well near Orange Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°08'34", long 81°42'13", in land grant 44, T.4 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 350 ft north of Creighton Road, 500 ft west of U.S. Highway 17, and 1.5 mi south of Orange Park. Owner: Mr. Peacock. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 550 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 3.88 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 3 in. cross, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1978 to September 1980 (semiannually); May 1981 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 35.08 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 24, 1983; lowest measured, 15.88 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 25, 1996. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

23.08 25.88

DEC 17 JAN 29

26.58 27.68

FEB 26 MAR 26

26.88 25.88

APR 23 MAY 28

23.18 19.88

JUN 24 JUL 29

22.38 22.88

AUG 26 SEP 18

22.88 24.18

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

19.88

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

27.68

JAN 29, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--301018081415101. Local Number C-4. Hellmuth Well at Orange Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°10'18", long 81°41'51", in land grant 41, T.4 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 250 ft west of 1454 River Road, 0.25 mi east of U.S. Highway 17, and 0.7 mi northeast of Orange Park. Owner: Mr. Hellmuth. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 530 ft, cased to 350 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 11.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. elbow, 2.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1958, June 1971, May 1973 to September 1991 (semiannually) incomplete; April 1992 to current year

(bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 7, 1958; lowest measured, 20.28 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25

25.78

DEC 17

26.48

FEB 26

28.78

APR 23

24.78

JUN 24

23.78

AUG 26

23.30

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.30

AUG 26, 2002

HIGHEST

28.78

FEB 26, 2002

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

58

CLAY COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME COUNTYLINE NR MELROSE,FL

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

294307082020903

05-15-02 09-17-02

0850 1135

C-0009

77.19 78.61

294728082010901

05-15-02 09-17-02

0920 1325

C-0442

73.51 75.01

294807082020903

05-15-02 09-17-02

0940 1340

9482028 WELL AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,FL

74.09 75.66

294911081572601

05-15-02 09-17-02

1010 1405

C-0453 GOLD HEAD

72.20 73.91

295016081433501

05-15-02 09-18-02

1410 1325

C-0123 SUNGARDEN TWR OCALA,FL

61.76 64.89

295238081553701

05-15-02 09-17-02

1035 1430

C-1011 AT CAMP BLANDING NO.1 NR JACKSONVILLE,FL

69.25 71.08

295835081515001

05-15-02 09-17-02

1105 1500

C-17

63.99 65.83

295851081555301

05-15-02 09-17-02

1305 1445

C-0128 PENNY FARMS TWR

63.61 65.37

300048081414301

05-16-02 09-18-02

0910 1440

C-30

20.47 28.87

300318082015401

05-15-02 09-18-02

1220 1140

C-1017 TRAINING SITE AT CAMP BLANDING NR JAX,FL

54.41 54.71

300450081482801

05-16-02 09-18-02

0930 0900

C-18 MUIR WELL NEAR DOCTORS INLET,FL

36.70 40.40

300649081485901

05-14-02 09-18-02

1325 0920

C-5 JOHN HUNTLEY WELL NEAR MIDDLEBURG,FL

30.82 35.02

300850081552001

05-14-02 09-18-02

1205 1005

C-29

52.80 52.70

300926081561603

05-14-02 09-18-02

1220 0955

C-0583 YELLOW WATER CR NR HUGH,FL

48.55 48.57

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Index number 1 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 11 12 13 12 12 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Site number

Page number

Index number

300622081284701 300820081354001 301422081541201 301422081541202 301422081541203 301522081331303 301537081441901 301551081415701 301604081361501 301639081330802 301648081431801 301710081323601 301710081323602 301710081323603 301725081584501 301740081361001 301743081304701 301743081362301 301744081363301 301752081360501 301844081403801 301846081350901 301852081234201 301957081342301 302007081353201 302013081353801 302015081384501

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WELL NUMBER.--300622081284701. Local Number D-909. Dee Dot Ranch Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°06'22", long 81°28'47", in land grant 48, T.4 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 300 ft northeast of U.S. Highway 1, 0.10 mi north of Duval-St. Johns County line in Jacksonville. Owner: Dee Dot Ranch. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 500 ft, casing length unknown. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 22.81 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. cross pipe, 1.50 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976 to September 1983 (semiannually); October 1990 to current year (quarterly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 41.91 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 27, 1995; lowest measured, 32.71 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 25, 2000. WATER-QUALITY RECORDS PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1976-78, 1990 to current year (quarterly). ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25

37.11

JAN 28

37.71

APR 24

34.71

JUL 24

35.41

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

34.71

APR 24, 2002

HIGHEST

37.71

JAN 28, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 25... JAN 28... APR 24... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1400

776

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23.5

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--





--



--

19.0

1410

773

--

23.0

--



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--



--

19.0

1245

771

7.1

23.0

380

92.0

34.0

15.0

2.60

133

240

19.0

1215

768

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23.5



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--

19.0

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

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FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

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23.0

SOLIDS,

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AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

550

4790

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--300820081354001. Local Number D-296. Hood Landing Well at Mandarin, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°08'20", long 81°35'40", in land grant 43, T.4 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 50 ft east of Hood Landing Road, 150 ft south of Julington Creek Road. Owner: Mrs. Peoples. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, private, domestic, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 487 ft, casing length unknown. WATER-QUALITY RECORDS PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1962, 1970, 1972-79, 1983 to current year (quarterly). WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 26... JAN 22... APR 24... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1220

698

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18.0

1140

702

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18.0

1330

708

7.2

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340

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41.0

14.0

3.10

116

220

18.0

1100

705

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APR

24...

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FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

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DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

493

5340

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301422081541201. Local Number DS-226. USGS Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°14'22", long 81°54'12", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.16, T.3 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 250 ft south of State Highway 228 (Normandy Boulevard), 0.8 mi west of main gate NAS Cecil Field in Jacksonville. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn Formation of the Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 HTRN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 210 ft, cased to 210 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 80 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of 2 in. PVC casing, at

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1976, May 1977, February 1979 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 1.72 ft below land-surface datum, Aug. 29, 1995; lowest measured,

12.15 ft below land-surface datum, Nov. 29, 1990.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25

5.31

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 17

5.34

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE FEB 26 HIGHEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

5.42

APR 24

5.24

JUN 24

4.70

AUG 26, 2002

LOWEST

6.88

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

6.88

AUG 26

4.70

JUN 24, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--301422081541202. Local Number DS-227. USGS Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°14'22", long 81°54'12", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.16, T.3 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 200 ft south of State Highway 228 (Normandy Boulevard), 0.8 mi west of main gate NAS Cecil Field in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn Formation of the Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 HTRN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 401 ft, cased to 396 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 80 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of 2 in. PVC casing, 1.5 ft

above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1976, March to May 1977, February 1979 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 21.70 ft below land-surface datum, May 21, 1984; lowest measured,

37.93 ft below land-surface datum, June 27, 2000.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25

35.32

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 17

34.68

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE FEB 26 HIGHEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

34.18

APR 23

35.10

JUN 24

34.18

FEB 26, 2002

LOWEST

37.43

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

37.43

AUG 26

36.57

JUN 24, 2002

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301422081541203. Local Number DS-238. USGS Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°14'22", long 81°54'12", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.16, T.3 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 220 ft south of State Highway 228 (Normandy Boulevard), 0.8 mi west of main gate NAS Cecil Field in Jacksonville. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Limestone aquifer of the Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 LMSN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 106 ft, cased to 82 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 80 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of 2 in. casing, at land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1976 to May 1977, February 1979 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 0.57 ft below land-surface datum, Feb. 23, 1998; lowest measured,

9.72 ft below land-surface datum, Nov. 29, 1990.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25

4.48

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 17

4.52

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE FEB 26 HIGHEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

4.59

APR 23

4.32

JUN 24

3.87

AUG 26, 2002

LOWEST

6.04

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

6.04

AUG 26

3.87

JUN 24, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--301522081331303. Local Number D-4610 (Replacement for D-291). Humphrey's Mining Company Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°15'22", long 81°33'13", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.12, T.3 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 200 ft east of State Highway 115 (Southside Boulevard), and 2.2 mi south of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard) in Jacksonville. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 1,218 ft, cased to 1,009 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 53.06 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. casing, 3.22 ft above land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Prior to September 1999 originally well Local Number D-291 (301522081331301). Well drilled to 1,246 ft in 1957,

backplugged to 1,218 ft in 1999.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1999 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 35.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 25, 2000; lowest measured, 27.74 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

32.63 31.78

DEC 17 JAN 28

34.39 35.28

FEB 25 MAR 25

34.34 33.08

APR 22 MAY 28

31.35 28.95

JUN 24 JUL 30

29.38 30.68

AUG 26 SEP 16

31.28

32.46

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

28.95

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

35.28

JAN 28, 2002

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301537081441901. Local Number D-75. City of Jacksonville Confederate Point Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°15'37", long 81°44'19", in land grant 42, T.3 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at water plant lot, 200 ft north of west end of Swamp Fox Road, in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,302 ft, cased to 970 ft. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 15.3 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, 0.5 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1986 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 27.50 ft above land-surface datum, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 15.50 ft above land-surface datum, July 21, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1986 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19

-19.10 -19.20

DEC 17 JAN 23

-19.60 -20.10

FEB 26 MAR 26

-20.20 -21.00

APR 23 MAY 28

-18.90 -16.70

JUN 24 JUL 24

-17.00 -16.80

AUG 26 SEP 25

-18.00

-17.30

-16.70

MAY 28, 2002

WATER YEAR 2002

HIGHEST

-21.00

MAR 26, 2002

LOWEST

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 23... APR 23... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

0800

364

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24.5

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--

7.10

0830

364

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24.0

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--

7.10

1130

361

7.4

25.0

170

40.0

15.0

6.4

1.90

108

62.0

7.20

1015

363

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25.0



--





--



--

7.20

Date

APR

23...

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FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.4

17.0

< -- Less than

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

233

3190

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301551081415701. Local Number D-129. K.A. Merrill Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°15'51", long 81°41'57", in land grant 42, T.3 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 44 ft north of Merrill driveway, and 45 ft east of Ortega Boulevard in Jacksonville. Owner: K.A. Merrill. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 600 ft, cased to 470 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 8.63 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: 0.5 in. corporation cock, 1.20 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1940 to April 1942, January to April 1944, August 1945 to September 1978 (semiannually); February 1979

to July 1980 (bimonthly); August 1980 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.93 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 9, 1940; lowest measured, 17.33 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

24.33 26.53

DEC 17 JAN 29

26.53 28.23

FEB 22 MAR 26

27.83 27.33

APR 23 MAY 28

23.34 20.83

JUN 24 JUL 29

22.33 23.83

AUG 26 SEP 23

22.33 24.13

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

20.83

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

28.23

JAN 29, 2002

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301604081361501. Local Number D-450. City of Jacksonville Santa Monica Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°16'08", long 81°36'28", in land grant 56, T.3 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at water treatment plant, 75 ft east of the end of J-Ray Circle, 1 block east of Interstate Highway 95. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 12 to 8 in., depth 1,304 ft, cased to 1,100 ft. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 22 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, 0.5 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1986 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 19.10 ft above land-surface datum, Mar. 24, 1998; lowest measured, 8.10 ft above land-surface datum, July 26, 2000, June 20, 2001.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1986 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 20

-12.00 -12.70

DEC 17 JAN 23

-13.40 -13.70

FEB 25 MAR 25

-13.30 -12.70

APR 25 MAY 28

-11.40 -9.00

JUN 25 JUL 24

-9.10 -9.30

AUG 26 SEP 16

-10.40

-11.40

WATER YEAR 2002

HIGHEST

-13.70

JAN 23, 2002

LOWEST

-9.00

MAY 28, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 23... APR 25... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1315

655

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24.5

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--



--

29.0

1400

658

--

24.0

--



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--



--

30.0

0915

657

7.0

24.0

300

71.0

28.0

17.0

2.20

144

140

33.0

1300

686

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26.0



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42.0

Date

APR

25...

<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

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24.0

< -- Less than

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

449

3280

69

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301639081330802. Local Number D-1155. City of Jacksonville Southside Estates Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°16'39", long 81°33'08", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4, sec. 1, T.3 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 40 ft south of Anders Boulevard, 0.35 mi east of State Highway 115 (Southside Boulevard), and 0.60 mi south of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard). Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 1,170 ft, cased to 1,080 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 51.68 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 2 in. casing, 1.76 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1986 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 41.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 21, 1993; lowest measured, 28.21 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1986 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 20

32.77 34.10

DEC 17 JAN 24

34.62 34.78

FEB 25 MAR 25

34.57 33.57

APR 29 MAY 28

30.79 29.44

JUN 24 JUL 26

29.85 30.44

AUG 26 SEP 16

31.82

32.77

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

29.44

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

34.78

JAN 24, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 26... JAN 24... APR 29...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1130

998

--

26.5

--



--





--



--

120

1315

988

--

27.5

--



--





--



--

120

1330

1050

7.4

28.0

5

440

106

41.0

40.0

2.60

138

180

140

Date

APR

29...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

654

4780

70

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301648081431801. Local Number D-103. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°16'48", long 81°43'18", in land grant 59, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located in Lakeshore pumping station at intersection of Hamilton and Appleton Streets, 0.1 mi south of intersection of State Highway 128 (San Juan Avenue) and U.S. Highway 17 (Roosevelt Boulevard) in Lakeshore area of Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,332 ft, casing length unknown.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1968-76, 1983 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 22... APR 23...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

0920

473

1030 1220

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

27.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

9.70

476

--

25.0

470

7.5

27.0

Date

APR

23...

< -- Less than

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

220

49.0

22.0

9.6

2.40

119

100

-<5

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

19.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

314

3420

9.00 11.0

71

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301710081323601. Local Number DS-520. St. Johns River Water Management District Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'10", long 81°32'36", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.36, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 200 ft south of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard), and 0.9 mi east of State Highway 115 (Southside Boulevard), next to U.S. Forest Service

Southside Lookout Tower. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 122 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 2 in., depth 60 ft, cased to 40 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60 minute interval.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 54.65 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 2 in. casing at shelter floor, 2.67 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1989 to June 1991 (bimonthly); June 1991 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 46.76 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 16, 2001; lowest water level

measured, 38.31 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 3, 1989.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

44.79 44.51 44.28 44.07 43.90 43.68

43.59 43.44 44.45 44.40 44.04 43.81

43.88 44.66 44.67 44.28 44.03 43.78

43.68 43.57 43.72 43.77 43.75 43.64

43.46 43.38 43.28 43.19 43.14 43.13

43.81 43.88 43.76 43.55 43.40 43.28

43.21 43.09 --42.54 42.45 42.35

42.22 42.10 42.03 41.98 41.97 41.90

41.76 41.70 41.66 41.56 42.24 42.35

42.35 42.31 42.31 42.26 42.50 42.55

42.59 42.70 42.87 42.90 42.81 42.92

43.04 43.03 43.05 43.00 43.40 43.62

MAX

45.06

44.50

44.76

43.77

43.60

43.88

43.25

42.34

42.35

42.55

42.92

43.62

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 46.76 MAX 45.06

WELL NUMBER.--301710081323602. Local Number DS-521. St. Johns River Water Management District Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'10", long 81°32'36", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.36, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 200 ft south of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard), and 0.9 mi east of State Highway 115 (Southside Boulevard), next to U.S. Forest Service

Southside Lookout Tower. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Limestone aquifer of the Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 LMSN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 120 ft, cased to 100 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 55.10 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing at shelter floor, 2.22 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1989 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 44.40 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 6-13, 1991; lowest, 35.19 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 7, 1999.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

39.81 39.59 39.25 39.07 38.90 38.71

38.85 38.71 39.39 39.75 39.55 39.40

39.26 39.71 40.07 39.95 39.70 39.33

39.06 38.95 39.31 39.57 39.73 39.63

39.45 39.24 39.15 38.95 39.07 39.05

39.37 39.55 39.56 39.15 39.09 38.96

38.92 38.72 38.80 38.61 38.05 37.91

37.37 37.16 37.10 37.50 37.49 37.20

36.69 36.88 36.84 ----37.92

37.71 37.51 37.30 37.19 37.61 37.65

37.71 38.04 38.19 38.12 37.92 38.14

38.40

38.33

38.12

38.09

38.40

38.72

MAX

40.10

39.75

40.07

39.73

39.61

39.57

38.92

37.81

37.92

37.92

38.21

38.72

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 40.57

MAX 40.10

72

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301710081323603. Local Number D-3824. St. Johns River Water Management District Observation Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'10", long 81°32'36", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.36, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 200 ft south of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard), and 0.9 mi east of State Highway 115 (Southside Boulevard), next to U.S. Forest Service

Southside Lookout Tower. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 6 in., depth 740 ft, cased to 490 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 54.97 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. casing at shelter floor, 2.37 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1989 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 35.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 19, 1995; lowest, 12.77 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 29, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

23.10 22.39 22.56 21.54 21.01 21.34

22.69 21.93 23.88 24.35 23.31 23.01

22.88 24.39 26.11 25.47 25.35 24.58

25.29 25.45 25.71 25.41 26.03 25.16

24.76 25.70 25.56 24.59 25.98 24.95

26.07 25.53 24.02 21.91 22.50 21.59

22.09 20.14 22.39 20.20 17.60 17.30

14.26 13.46 13.47 --16.11 16.05

13.50 14.66 14.68 16.09 18.22 18.92

17.56 16.81 17.66 15.84 17.71 18.31

19.25 19.85 19.70 20.19 19.17 21.45

22.60 21.59 21.11 20.52 21.34 22.17

MAX

25.03

24.37

26.21

26.29

26.04

26.07

22.51

16.73

18.92

19.13

21.45

22.60

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 26.21 MAX 26.29

WELL NUMBER.--301725081584501. Local Number D-254. Seaboard Coastline Well at Baldwin, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'25", long 81°58'45", in NE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.2 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 0.4 mi north of Interstate Highway 10, and 0.5 mi east of U.S. Highway 301, on property of Seaboard Railroad in Baldwin. Owner: Seaboard Coastline Railroad. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 750 ft, cased to 433 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 85.00 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: 1.25 in. tap in pump base, 1.88 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1961 to May 1962, May 1964 to September 1978 (annually); February 1979 to March 1983 (bimonthly); May

1983 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 59.75 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 11, 1961; lowest measured, 47.62 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 26, 1990.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19 DEC 17

51.38 51.30 51.73

JAN 29 FEB 22 MAR 26

51.98 52.10 52.37

APR 23 MAY 15 28

51.92 50.56 50.24

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

49.91 49.97

50.04

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

49.91

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

50.53

52.37

DATE

MAR 26, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

73

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301740081361001. Local Number D-275. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'40", long 81°36'10", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located 300 ft west and 0.15 mi north of intersection of U.S. Highway 90 (Beach Boulevard) and University Boulevard in Jacksonville. Owner: City of

Jacksonville.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 1,234 ft, cased to 515 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1973-80, 1983 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 24... FEB 27... MAR 26... APR 24... MAY 29... JUN 25... JUL 25... AUG 27... SEP 18...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1420

1130

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

180

0815 0920

1160

--

27.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

190

1020

--

26.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

120

1000 1040

1150

--

27.5

1180

7.3

28.0

0915

1170

--

28.0

0800

1130

--

27.5

0830

1080

--

1315

1040

--

0915

1100

--

Time

--

--

--

--

430

104

40.0

65.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

28.0

--

--

--

30.0

--

--

--

28.5

--

--

--

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

-<5

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

25.0

--

--

--

190

2.50

137

140

200

--

--

--

--

190

--

--

--

--

180

--

--

--

--

--

170

--

--

--

--

--

160

--

--

--

--

--

170

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

733

3840

74

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301743081304701. Local Number D-224. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'43", long 81°30'47", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec. 29, T.2 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Sandalwood High School at intersection of Saints and John Prom Roads, 0.15 mi west of Oakridge Pumping Station in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,179 ft, cased to 423 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1973-78, 1983 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 24... APR 24... JUL 23...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1245

1010

1205 1000 1330

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

27.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

130

1000

--

26.0

880

7.4

25.0

960

--

27.0

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

--

--

--

--

340

82.0

33.0

40.0



--





-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

541

3280

--

--

--

160

2.20

140

150

100

--



--

140

75

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301743081362301. Local Number D-225. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'43", long 81°36'23", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located in pumphouse at Love Grove Water Plant at the end of Wilman Way, 600 ft north of Beach Boulevard, 0.4 mi east of intersection of Wilman Way and Spring Glen Road in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 1,277 ft, cased to 547 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1973-75, 1978-80, 1982 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... DEC 04... 18... JAN 24... FEB 27... MAR 26... APR 24... MAY 29... JUN 25... JUL 25... AUG 28... SEP 18...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1350

872

1335 0930 1400

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

--

29.0

--



--





--



--

843 786

---

28.0 26.0

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

886

--

28.0

--



--





--



--

110 110

0910

891

--

24.0

--



--





--



--

0945

841

--

26.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

100 92.0 70.0

88.0

1115

1090

7.4

27.5

410

99.0

38.0

55.0

2.30

137

140

170

0940

1200

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

210

0910

1000

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

150

0915

1030

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

150

0900

1020

--

27.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

150

0940

1050

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

160

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

<5

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

657

3750

76

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301744081363301. Local Number D-2193. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'44", long 81°36'33", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located in pumphouse 85 ft south of Wilman Way, 165 ft northeast of intersection of Beach Boulevard and Spring Glen Road in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 1,304 ft, cased to 550 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1979, 1982 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... DEC 04... 18... JAN 24... FEB 27... MAR 26... APR 24... MAY 29... JUN 25... JUL 25... AUG 27... SEP 18...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1340

838

--

28.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

94.0

1330 0920

865 866

---

28.0 27.0

---

--­

---

--­

--­

---

--­

---

99.0 100

1345

874

--

28.0

--



--





--



--

110

0900

878

--

27.0

--



--





--



--

110

0930

888

--

28.5

--



--





--



--

110

1050

880

7.4

28.0

2.20

138

140

110

0930

904

--

27.5

--



--

110

0855

941

--

0900

915

--

1330

934

--

0930

946

--

Time

350

86.0

32.0

37.0

--



--





28.0

--



--





--



--

130

27.5

--



--





--



--

120

28.0

--



--





--



--

120

27.5

--



--





--



--

120

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

<5

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

566

3400

77

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301752081360501. Local Number D-649. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°17'52", long 81°36'05", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located 50 ft east and 150 ft north of Hart Bridge on-ramp on University Boulevard, and 0.40 mi north of intersection of Beach and University Boulevards in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 1,005 ft, cased to 534 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974, 1975, 1979, 1982 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 04... 18... JAN 24... FEB 25... MAR 26... APR 23... MAY 29... JUN 25... JUL 25... AUG 27... SEP 18...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1315 0910

680 630

0820 1300 1015 1330 1000 0815 0845 1300 0845

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

---

26.0 26.0

---

-­ -­

---

-­ -­

-­ -­

---

-­ -­

---

34.0 31.0

658

--

25.0

--



--





--



--

28.0

662

--

26.0

--



--





--



--

24.0

665

--

26.5

660

7.4

27.0

662

--

27.0

--

644

--

27.0

--

662

--

26.5

--

662

--

30.0

--

664

--

27.0

--

Date

APR

23...

< -- Less than



--





300

74.0

28.0

16.0



--





--





--





--





--



-<5

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

23.0

--



--

29.0

2.10

136

160

29.0



--



--

29.0



--



--

30.0



--



--

30.0



--



--

30.0



--



--

30.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

452

3410

78

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301844081403801. Local Number D-18. Riverside Avenue and Lomax Street at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°18'44", long 81°40'38", in land grant 56, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 70 ft north of Lomax Street and 350 ft east of Riverside Avenue in Jacksonville. Owner: Unknown. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth and casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 4.48 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 8 in. tee, 1.90 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1938, July 1940 to May 1941, May 1946 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 47.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 26, 1968; lowest measured, 21.38 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 22, 1998, May 21, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

27.38 29.08

DEC 17 JAN 29

29.58 31.18

FEB 22 MAR 26

29.47 29.38

APR 23 MAY 28

26.38 23.38

JUN 24 JUL 29

24.88 25.38

AUG 26 SEP 23

25.38 26.18

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.38

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

31.18

JAN 29, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--301846081350901. Local Number D-3544. Healthpoint Medical Center Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°18'46", long 81°35'09", in land grant 50, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 15 ft south of Atlantic Boulevard, and 0.8 mi east of intersection of Atlantic Boulevard and University Boulevard. Owner: Healthpoint Medical Center. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 651 ft, cased to 535 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 12.93 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of reducer bushing, 1.8 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1985, July 1997 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 34.53 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 21.53 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 26, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 21

25.93 27.13

DEC 18 JAN 28

27.93 28.83

FEB 25 MAR 25

28.63 27.73

APR 23 MAY 29

25.93 23.53

JUN 24 JUL 29

23.23 23.53

AUG 26 SEP 18

23.13

24.63

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.13

AUG 26, 2002

HIGHEST

28.83

JAN 28, 2002

79

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301852081234201. Local Number D-160. City of Neptune Beach Well at Neptune Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°18'52", long 81°23'42", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.21, T.2 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, 20 ft south of Florida Avenue, 400 ft east of Third Street in Neptune Beach. Owner: City of Neptune Beach. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 585 ft, cased to 340 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 12.05 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 8 in. gate valve flange cover, 2.49 ft below

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1934, October 1939, September 1940 to February 1942, January 1944 to April 1980 (bimonthly); May 1980 to

current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 53.75 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 15, 1934; lowest measured, 17.76 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

25.86 28.16

DEC 17 JAN 29

29.66 30.06

FEB 25 MAR 25

28.86 28.06

APR 23 MAY 28

24.06 20.66

JUN 24 JUL 30

22.96 24.56

AUG 26 SEP 23

25.46

27.66

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

20.66

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

30.06

JAN 29, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--301957081342301. Local Number D-313. Jacksonville Suburban Utilities Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°19'57", long 81°34'23", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Alderman Park pumping station on Carlotta Road North, 1 block east of intersection of Townsend Boulevard and Carlotta Road North, in Alderman Park area of Jacksonville. Owner: United Water of Florida. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 1,150 ft, cased to 576 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 26... JAN 28... APR 29... JUL 26...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

0900

1010

0930 1415 1015

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

27.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

150

1010

--

27.0

1000

7.4

28.0

1020

--

27.5

Date

APR

29...

< -- Less than

--

--

--

--

380

93.0

35.0

50.0

--

--

--

--

-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

26.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

627

2610

--

--

--

150

2.00

144

120

150

--

--

--

160

80

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302007081353201. Local Number D-479. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°20'07", long 81°35'32", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Arlington Lions Club, at intersection of Commerce Avenue and Sprinkle Drive in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 1,350 ft, cased to 606 ft. WATER-QUALITY RECORDS PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974-79, 1983 to current year. WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 24... JUL 24...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1130

976

28.0

140

0840

998

28.0

150

1330

992

28.0

140

Time

81

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302013081353801. Local Number D-673. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°20'13", long 81°35'38", in land grant 52, T.2 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located inside pumphouse at 1595 Maitland Street, 0.25 mi north of intersection of Arlington Road and Maitland Street, in Arlington area of Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 18 in., depth 814 ft, cased to 578 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1975, 1977-80, 1983 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... DEC 04... 18... MAR 26... APR 24... MAY 29... JUL 24... AUG 27... SEP 18...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1140

1080

1245 0830 1035

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

170

1070 1080

---

27.5 27.0

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

170 170

1060

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

170

0915

1060

7.3

27.5

410

101

37.0

46.0

2.20

143

130

170

0900

1100

--

27.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

180

1350

1110

--

30.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

180

1215

1100

--

29.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

180

0800

1110

--

28.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

180

Date

APR

24...

< -- Less than

<5

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

26.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

665

2900

82

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302015081384501. Local Number D-335. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°20'15", long 81°38'45", in land grant 37, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at rear of Robert Kennedy Community Center, 1133 Ionia Street, near intersection of 2nd and Clark Streets, in Springfield area of Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,286 ft, cased to 531 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966, 1969-79, 1984 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 22... APR 23... JUL 23...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

0945

507

1000 1040 0900

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

28.0

--



--





--



--

16.0

541

--

27.0

538

6.9

28.0

499

--

29.0

Date

APR

23...

< -- Less than



--





250

62.0

22.0

12.0



--





-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

25.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

362

2350

--



--

15.0

1.80

146

100

16.0

--



--

16.0

83

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302022081393501. Local Number D-176. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°20'22", long 81°39'35", in land grant 37, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at pumphouse next to Hogan Creek Bridge, 50 ft west of intersection of Pearl and 3rd Streets. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 1,280 ft, cased to 800 ft. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 3 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, 0.5 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1986 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 32.70 ft above land-surface datum, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 17.00 ft above land-surface datum, July 25, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1986 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19

-22.40 -25.90

DEC 17 JAN 23

-25.60 -26.70

FEB 25 MAR 25

-23.40 -24.00

APR 23 MAY 28

-23.40 -21.30

JUN 24 JUL 24

-22.70 -23.80

AUG 26 SEP 17

-22.30

-24.70

-21.30

MAY 28, 2002

WATER YEAR 2002

HIGHEST

-26.70

JAN 23, 2002

LOWEST

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 23... APR 23... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

0840

630

--

25.0

--



--





--



--

12.0

0900

626

--

24.0

--



--





--



--

12.0

1000

621

7.0

25.0

5

300

74.0

27.0

10.0

2.10

135

170

13.0

0930

620

--

26.0

--



--





--



--

13.0

Date

APR

23...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

21.0

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

432

3740

84

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302052081323201. Local Number D-3060. Arlington East Sewage Treatment Plant Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°20'52", long 81°32'32", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec. 7, T.2 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 80 ft north of North Plant Road and 900 ft east of Millcove Road. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 2,112 ft, cased to 2,050 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape or pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 28.44 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. well flange, 3.55 ft, above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1983 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 36.39 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 30, 1986; lowest measured, 15.35 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

20.76 21.76

DEC 18 JAN 29

22.07 22.04

FEB 25 MAR 25

21.90 21.25

APR 22 MAY 28

20.31 18.22

JUN 24 AUG 27

18.18 20.50

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

18.18

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

22.07

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 16

20.75

DEC 18, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--302130081411802. Local Number D-46A. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°21'30", long 81°41'18", in land grant 35, T.2 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at intersection of Fairfax and 25th Streets, in Moncrief Park area of Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 1,234 ft, cased to 530 ft. REMARKS.--Well originally drilled to 1,064 ft in 1939, later drilled to 1,234 ft in 1963. WATER-QUALITY RECORDS PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1941, 1964, 1969-81, 1986 to current year. WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 22... APR 22... JUL 23...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1000

542

0915 1015 1010

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

24.5

--



--





--



--

13.0

540

--

21.0

550

7.1

27.5

549

--

28.0

Date

APR

22...

< -- Less than



--





260

66.0

22.0

11.0



--





-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

23.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

374

2400

--



--

13.0

1.70

138

120

13.0

--



--

13.0

85

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302159081235601. Local Number D-2386. Hanna Park Test Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°21'59", long 81°23'56", in land grant 37, T.2 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, 25 ft north of beach front parking lot #8, 0.8 mi east from intersection of Mayport and Wonderwood Road, and 2.6 mi southeast of City of Mayport. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 2,026 ft, cased to 1,892 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 18.94 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 1.16 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1986 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 45.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 21, 1995; lowest measured,

25.70 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 28, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

40.20 41.00

DEC 17 JAN 28

41.10 25.70

FEB 25 MAR 25

35.80 33.10

APR 23 MAY 28

31.60 36.60

JUN 24 JUL 30

36.50 39.60

AUG 26 SEP 25

39.50 41.00

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

25.70

JAN 28, 2002

HIGHEST

41.10

DEC 17, 2001

86

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302227081435001. Local Number D-592. City of Jacksonville Lincoln Estates Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°22'27", long 81°43'50", in land grant 39, T.1 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at water treatment plant, on south side of Kinlock Drive South, 0.3 mile west of U.S. Highway 1. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 16 to 10 in., depth 1,326 ft, cased to 1,150 ft. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 10 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, 0.5 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1986 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 33.90 ft above land-surface datum, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 22.70 ft above land-surface datum, July 25, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1986 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 19

-26.10 -26.40

DEC 17 JAN 23

-26.70 -27.00

FEB 25 MAR 25

-27.00 -26.00

APR 23 MAY 28

-26.20 -23.80

JUN 24 JUL 24

-23.40 -23.70

AUG 26 SEP 16

-24.00

-25.10

WATER YEAR 2002

HIGHEST

-27.00

JAN 23, 2002

FEB 25, 2002

LOWEST

-23.40

JUN 24, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

JAN 23... APR 23... JUL 24...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

0920

620

--

24.0

--



--





0830

610

7.3

25.0

5

290

73.0

25.0

10.0

0900

610

--

25.5

--



--





Date

APR

23...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

22.0

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

426

2700

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--



--

11.0

1.70

131

160

12.0

--



--

12.0

87

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302236081401501. Local Number D-336. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°22'36", long 81°40'15", in land grant 50, T.1 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at 1025 Kenmore Street, 0.4 mi west of Norwood Avenue, and 0.4 mi southeast of intersection of Norwood Avenue and Interstate Highway 95 in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter unknown, depth 1,303 ft, cased to 520 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1975, 1978 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 22... APR 23... JUL 23...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1045

488

0930 0930 1100

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

27.0

--



--





--



--

14.0

485

--

26.0

483

7.4

25.0

480

--

28.0

Date

APR

23...

< -- Less than



--





220

55.0

20.0

11.0



--





-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

304

1370

--



--

13.0

1.50

147

80.0

14.0

--



--

14.0

88

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302301081295001. Local Number DS-522. Fort Caroline National Memorial Park Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°23'01", long 81°29'38", in land grant 43, T.1 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 75 ft west of Fort Caroline Road, and 200 ft southwest of Fort Caroline Park entrance. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Non-artesian sand aquifer of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 34 ft, cased to 24 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 16.58 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Shelter floor, 1.22 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1985 to current year. Prior to October 1989, published as D-3537 U.S. Park Service Well at Jacksonville. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 13.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 25, 1991; lowest, 6.07 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 22, 1988. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

10.06 9.86 9.71 9.56 9.46 9.30

9.23 9.10 9.57 9.63 9.47 9.29

9.19 9.78 10.11 9.91 9.71 9.52

9.46 9.35 9.71 9.82 9.73 9.62

9.49 9.39 9.30 9.20 9.17 9.16

9.86 9.89 9.70 9.49 9.35 9.26

9.19 9.08 9.08 8.96 8.84 8.72

8.58 8.47 8.35 8.29 8.25 8.14

8.04 7.95 7.87 8.25 9.75 9.67

9.37 9.18 9.03 8.83 8.73 8.63

8.67 8.66 8.74 8.66 8.68 9.74

10.25 9.95 9.71 9.58 10.84 10.91

MAX

10.28

9.63

10.11

9.82

9.61

9.91

9.24

8.69

9.76

9.63

9.74

11.05

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 10.79 MAX 11.05

WELL NUMBER.--302301081295002. Local Number DS-523. Fort Caroline National Memorial Park Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°23'01", long 81°29'50", in land grant 43, T.1S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 75 ft west of Fort Caroline Road, and 200 ft southwest of Fort Caroline Park entrance. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Hawthorne sand and gravel aquifer of Miocene Series, Geologic Unit 122 HTRN. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, unused, nonartesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 204 ft, cased to 190 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 16.81 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Shelter floor, 1.30 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1985 to current year. Prior to October 1989, published as D-3538 U.S. Park Service Well at Jacksonville, FL. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 10.58 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 15, 1995; lowest, 5.89 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 29, 1989. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

7.87 7.77 7.64 7.60 7.49 7.38

7.36 7.24 7.62 7.59 7.41 7.30

7.23 7.55 7.75 7.60 7.45 7.35

7.29

7.15

7.33

7.32

7.29

7.26

7.17 7.14 7.12 7.04 7.12 7.04

7.37 7.35 7.28 --7.21 7.18

7.17 7.07 7.07 6.95 6.89 6.80

6.65 6.57 6.50 6.60 6.59 6.54

6.44 6.43 6.33 6.59 7.42 7.32

7.09 7.08 6.97 6.80 6.77 6.69

6.88 6.90 6.98 6.82 6.92 7.54

7.87

7.70

7.59

7.48

8.38

8.44

MAX

8.01

7.66

7.77

7.37

7.26

7.41

7.17

6.75

7.45

7.29

7.54

8.44

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 8.13

MAX 8.44

89

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302304081383202. Local Number D-122A. City of Jacksonville Panama Park Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°23'04", long 81°38'32", in land grant 50, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, between Eastland and Russell Streets, 20 ft north of 63rd Street, and 0.4 mi east of U.S. Highway 17 in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 905 ft, cased to 571 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 13.07 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange at land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Well originally drilled to 700 ft in 1914, later drilled to 905 ft in 1925.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1930, June 1938, November 1940 to April 1942, January 1944 to June 1944, August 1945 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 61.87 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 21, 1930; lowest measured, 29.27 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 24, 1975.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19 DEC 17

33.57 34.17 34.57

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

34.87 34.67 34.47

APR 22 MAY 13 28

33.87 31.27 31.07

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

31.27 31.37 31.67

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.07

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

32.87

34.87

DATE

WATER LEVEL

JAN 28, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--302307081293801. Local Number D-424. U.S. Park Service Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°23'07", long 81°29'38", in NW1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.28, T.1 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 106 ft southeast of Fort Caroline Road, and 0.2 mi northeast of Fort Caroline National Park entrance in Jacksonville. Owner: U.S. Park Service. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 700 ft, cased to 426 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 11.25 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange on 6 in. tee, 3.60 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1966, May 1968 to September 1978 (semiannually); January 1979 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 43.55 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 19, 1966; lowest measured, 22.05 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 8, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 09 DEC 07

28.35 28.05

JAN 30 MAR 11

30.15 29.45

MAY 14 JUN 17

23.75 22.15

AUG 05 SEP 16

26.15

28.15

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

22.15

JUN 17, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

30.15

WATER LEVEL

DATE

JAN 30, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

90

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302339081254702. Local Number D-464A. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°23'39", long 81°25'47", in land grant 38, T.1 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, in Julia Street pumping station, 1 block east of State Highway A1A and Ocean Street, 0.2 mi south of Mayport Ferry landing in Mayport. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 1,000 ft, cased to 427 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Semiannual measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 6.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 15 in. flange 3.90 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1977 to current year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 40.08 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1982; lowest measured,

24.28 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 19, 1989.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 23... JAN 22... APR 22... JUL 23...

Time

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

1240

577

--

25.0

--



--





--



--

14.0

1330

577

--

24.0

--



--





--



--

14.0

1420

573

7.3

27.0

270

62.0

28.0

11.0

1.80

132

140

15.0

1245

568

--

26.0



--





--



--

15.0

Date

APR

22...

< -- Less than

<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

24.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

376

1560

91

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302416081522601. Local Number D-348. Monticello Drug Company Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°24'16", long 81°52'26", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.23, T.1 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 1.5 mi west of west end of Garden Street, off a private dirt road in Jacksonville. Owner: Monticello Drug Company. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, temporary water supply, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 708 ft, cased to 416 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 86.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Shelter floor at top of 11 in. flange, 1.50 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1971 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 46.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 20, 21, 1998; lowest, 35.07 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 22, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

38.53 38.38 38.57 38.47 38.50 38.25

38.51 38.34 38.62 38.70 38.69 38.64

38.48 38.78 38.82 38.98 39.12 39.10

38.96 38.81 38.99 39.11 39.30 39.30

39.27 39.46 39.43 39.43 39.38 39.25

39.31 39.51 39.72 39.60 39.50 39.43

39.19 39.00 39.06 38.92 38.57 38.30

37.51 36.99 36.56 36.44 36.42 36.24

35.84 35.71 35.75 35.40 35.81 35.96

36.12 36.15 36.18 36.00 36.13 36.42

36.52 36.50 36.51 36.72 36.72 36.78

37.07 37.15 37.15 37.32 37.49 37.55

MAX

38.65

38.71

39.18

39.30

39.51

39.82

39.42

38.21

36.19

36.42

36.78

37.66

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 39.18 MAX 39.82

WELL NUMBER.--302416081522602. Local Number D-349. Monticello Drug Co. Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°24'16", long 81°52'26", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.23, T.1 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 1.5 mi west of west end of Garden Street, off a private dirt road in Jacksonville. Owner: Monticello Drug Company. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian oil test well, diameter 10 in., depth 1,986 ft, cased to 444 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 85.66 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 10 in. casing, 3.50 ft above land-surface datum. REMARKS.--Well originally drilled to 2,230 ft in 1969. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1971 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 56.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 10, 1971; lowest, 37.69 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 24,25, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

41.23 41.07 41.22 41.12 41.10 40.87

41.14 40.94 41.24 41.30 41.25 41.17

41.02 41.30 41.36 41.45 41.63 41.56

41.42 41.29 41.46 41.62 41.88 41.87

41.78 41.99 41.93 41.90 41.87 41.67

41.82 42.09 42.25 42.09 42.03 41.90

41.68 41.46 41.53 41.36 41.02 40.74

39.97 39.48 39.07 38.95 38.90 38.75

38.32 38.29 38.26 37.85 38.44 ---

----------39.09

39.33 39.31 39.32 39.44 39.44 39.68

40.01

40.05

40.10

40.27

40.42

40.46

MAX

41.33

41.30

41.68

41.90

42.06

42.35

41.89

40.65

38.66

39.09

39.68

40.57

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 41.68

MAX 42.35

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302502081330701. Local Number D-228. Jacksonville Electric Authority Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'02", long 81°33'30", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec. 13, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Jacksonville Electric Authority Northside Generating Station at 4377 Heckscher Drive, 6.8 mi east of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville. Owner: Jacksonville Electric Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 16 in., depth 850 ft, casing length unknown.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 9.43 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 16 in. flange, 1.00 ft, above land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--No water level data collected at times when well is in use.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1979 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 38.83 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 9, 1984; lowest measured, 27.83 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 27, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974, 1976, 1979 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24

31.63

JAN 23

31.23

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

29.23

DATE

WATER LEVEL

APR 25

29.93

JUL 25, 2002

WATER LEVEL

DATE JUL 25 HIGHEST

29.23

31.63

OCT 24, 2001

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT

24... JAN

23... APR

25... JUL

25...

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

CHLO-

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

1030

412

25.0

31.0

1130

547

23.0

33.0

1130

494

25.0

33.0

1110

452

26.5

33.0

Time

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302503081332001. Local Number D-1149. Jacksonville Electric Authority Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'03", long 81°33'20", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec. 13, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Jacksonville Electric Authority Northside Generating Station at 4377 Heckscher Drive, 6.8 mi east of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville. Owner: Jacksonville Electric Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 16 in., depth 1,104 ft, cased to 520 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 10 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of 16 in. flange, 1.15 ft,

above land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--No water level data collected at times when well is in use.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1980 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 38.35 ft above land-surface datum, Jan. 28, 1999; lowest measured,

17.00 ft above land-surface datum, July 24, 1981.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1977 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

JAN

23... APR

25... JUL

25...

DEPTH

BELOW LAND SURFACE (WATER LEVEL) (FEET) (72019)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

1120

-32.75

519

28.0

20.0

1110

-37.75

516

29.0

21.0

518

29.0

21.0

Time

1100

--

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

CHLO­

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

94

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302505081331001. Local Number D-1150. Jacksonville Electric Authority Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'05", long 81°33'10", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec. 13, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Jacksonville Electric Authority Northside Generating Station at 4377 Heckscher Drive, 6.8 mi east of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville. Owner: Jacksonville Electric Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 16 in., depth 1,104 ft, cased to 520 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 9.18 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 16 in. flange, 0.70 ft, above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--No water level data collected at times when well is in use.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1981 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 51.13 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 20, 1995; lowest measured,

27.78 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 1981.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1976, 1979 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

CHLO-

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

Date

Time

ELEVATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

JAN

23... JUL

25...

1105

45.48

592

27.0

39.0

1045

--

592

28.5

40.0

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302511081331201. Local Number D-1151. Jacksonville Electric Authority Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'11", long 81°33'12", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec. 13, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Jacksonville Electric Authority Northside Generating Station at 4377 Heckscher Drive, 6.8 mi east of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Heckscher Drive, in Jacksonville. Owner: Jacksonville Electric Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 16 in., depth 1,104 ft, cased to 520 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 12.75 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 16 in. flange, 1.2 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--No water level data collected at times when well is in use.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1976, July 1979, October 1980 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.75 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 26, 2001; lowest measured,

32.15 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 31, 1990.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1976, 1979 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT

24... JAN

23... APR

25... JUL

25...

Time

ELEVATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

CHLO-

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

1015

43.35

528

26.0

1055

47.15

526

26.5

22.0

1050

--

537

28.0

25.0

1040

--

525

28.5

22.0

22.0

95

96

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302519081331501. Local Number D-1152. Jacksonville Electric Authority Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'19", long 81°33'15", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec. 13, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at Jacksonville Electric Authority Northside Generating Station at 4377 Heckscher Drive, 6.8 mi east of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville. Owner: Jacksonville Electric Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 16 in., depth 1,104 ft, cased to 520 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 13.96 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of concrete slab, at land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--No water level data collected at times when well is in use.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1980 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.96 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 22, 1997; lowest measured,

30.26 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 1981.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1980 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT

24... JAN

23... APR

25... JUL

25...

ELEVATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

1000

44.36

502

26.5

22.0

1045

50.16

488

22.0

23.0

1035

49.76

528

28.0

23.0

1020

--

532

26.0

24.0

Time

CHLO-

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

97

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302538081392501. Local Number D-329. City of Jacksonville Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'38", long 81°39'25", in land grant 49, T.1 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located in Highlands pumping station at end of Beckner Drive, 2 blocks south of intersection of Monaco Drive and Dunn Avenue in Jacksonville. Owner: City of Jacksonville. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 20 in., depth 1,209 ft, cased to 545 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1967, 1972-78, 1983 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

Time

JAN

24...

0915

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

CHLO-

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

520

22.0

19.0

WELL NUMBER.--302550081331501. Local Number D-3840. St. Johns River Power Park replacement Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'50", long 81°33'15", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.12, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 1,800 ft southeast of the intersection of New Berlin and Faye Roads in Jacksonville. Owner: St. Johns River Power Park. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, industrial, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 750 ft, cased to 470 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder with pressure transducer.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 13.67 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. pipe flange, 1.12 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--Water level affected by pumping of nearby wells. Record is equivalent to that for D-2399 (302559081331501), available

October 1984 to April 1990.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1990 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 37.29 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 4, 1995; lowest, 15.54 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 18, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

25.99 25.99 23.34 25.29 25.59 24.79

25.39 25.39 26.19 26.39 26.19 27.09

27.39 27.99 27.39 27.39 27.59 27.09

26.49 25.89 26.59 28.59 27.09 27.09

28.29 28.29 27.69 27.39 27.79 26.79

28.59 28.29 26.19 28.19 28.89 27.59

25.89 25.29 25.89 27.99 24.09 25.59

22.89 20.49 23.34 23.64 24.39 23.76

22.83 22.50 22.89 15.96 21.48 ---

----------22.59

24.69 24.99 16.59 24.09 18.69 23.79

27.19 26.59 24.24 25.79 25.89 24.12

MAX

29.59

28.29

27.99

28.59

28.99

31.19

27.99

25.54

23.10

22.59

26.19

27.39

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 29.59 MAX 31.19

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302557081253101. Local Number D-913. Jerri Betz Well at Fort George Island, Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°25'57", long 81°25'31", in land grant 37, T.1 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, located at former site of Betz residence, at State Park on Fort George Island, off dirt road, 0.30 mi north of Ft. George Road. Owner: Florida Park Service. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 556 ft, cased to 435 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 20 ft above NGVD of 1929, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of water spigot handle, 1.4 ft

above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1982, October 1990 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 26.00 ft above land-surface datum, Jan. 25,1995; lowest measured,

11.90 ft above land-surface datum, July 26, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1976, 1987, 1990 to current year.

WATER LEVELS IN FEET BELOW LAND SURFACE DATUM, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 24

-16.00

JAN 23

-16.80

APR 25

WATER YEAR 2002

HIGHEST

-16.80

WATER LEVEL -15.00

JAN 23, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

DATE JUL 25 LOWEST

-13.90

-13.90

JUL 25, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 23... APR 25... JUL 25...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

1100

1640

--

1250

1710

--

1200

1620

1350

1580

Time

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

24.0

--

19.0

--

7.1

25.0

--

24.0

Date

APR

25...

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

--

--

--

--

390

--

--

--

--

--

400

51.0

51.0

170

3.70

110

400

--

--

--

--

--

400

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

--

--

--

--

5

340

--

--

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.4

2.50

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level above land surface.

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

904

1570

51 --

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302608081354901. Local Number D-262. St. Regis Paper Company Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°26'10", long 81°35'48", in land grant 46, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 75 ft south of dirt road, 0.4 mi east of Eastport Road in Jacksonville. Owner: Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, industrial, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 1,237 ft, cased to 1,163 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 16.32 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of well flange, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1951 to April 1981 (bimonthly); May 1981 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 53.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 12, 1951; lowest measured, 30.42 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19

33.62 34.12

DEC 17 JAN 28

34.62 34.82

FEB 25 MAR 25

34.72 34.62

APR 22 MAY 28

33.92 31.52

JUN 24 JUL 29

31.32 31.62

AUG 26 SEP 16

31.92 32.82

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.32

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

34.82

JAN 28, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--302608081354902. Local Number D-263. St. Regis Paper Company Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°26'08", long 81°35'49", in land grant 46, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 75 ft south of dirt road, 0.4 mi east of Eastport Road in Jacksonville. Owner: Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 1,025 ft, cased to 850 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 15.96 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of spigot handle, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1951 to April 1979 (semiannually); January 1980 to September 1985 (bimonthly), October 1985 to

current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 52.16 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 4, 1954; lowest measured, 31.16 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19

34.86 35.36

DEC 17 JAN 28

35.76 36.06

FEB 25 MAR 25

35.76 35.76

APR 22 MAY 28

35.06 32.26

JUN 24 JUL 29

32.26 32.76

AUG 26 SEP 16

33.06

34.06

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

32.26

MAY 28, 2002

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

36.06

JAN 28, 2002

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302608081354903. Local Number D-264. St. Regis Paper Company Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°26'10", long 81°35'49", in land grant 46, T.1 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 75 ft south of dirt road, 0.4 mi east of Eastport Road in Jacksonville. Owner: Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, industrial, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 654 ft, cased to 574 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 15.87 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of well flange, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1951 to September 1978 (semiannually); February 1979 to September 1985 (bimonthly), October 1985 to

current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 51.87 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 9, 1952; lowest measured, 29.37 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 26, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 19 DEC 17

33.67 33.97 34.47

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

34.77 34.57 34.37

APR 22 MAY 13 28

33.67 31.07 31.27

JUN 24 JUL 29 AUG 26

31.07 31.27 31.67

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.07

MAY 13, 2002

JUN 24, 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

32.87

HIGHEST

34.77

DATE

JAN 28, 2002

WATER LEVEL

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302724081244801. Local Number D-395. Florida Park Service Well at Jacksonville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°27'24", long 81°24'48", in land grant 42, T.1 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070205, well located at Little Talbot Island State Park, 2.2 mi north of Ft. George Inlet on State Highway A1A. Owner: Florida Park Service. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter unknown, depth and casing length unknown. WATER LEVEL RECORDS INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 7.57 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. tee, 2.50 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966, 1969, 1972-76 (annually); 1977-89 (semiannually); 1991 to current year (quarterly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 44.17 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 10, 1966; lowest measured, 28.47 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 26, 2000. WATER QUALITY RECORDS PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1974-79, 1985 to current year (quarterly). ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24

32.17

DATE

WATER LEVEL

JAN 23

33.27

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE APR 25 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

31.27

MAY 13

30.07

JUL 25

30.07

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

33.27

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

30.67

SEP 16

33.07

JAN 23, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 24... JAN 23... APR 25... JUL 25...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1130

492

1200 1300 1315

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

24.0

--



--





--



--

19.0

488

--

24.0

494

7.2

26.0

492

--

25.0

Date

APR

25...

< -- Less than



--





220

48.0

23.0

16.0



--





-<5 --

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

28.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

319

410

--



--

19.0

1.90

154

67.0

22.0

--



--

20.0

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DUVAL COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--302801081375101. Local Number D-145. Duval County School Board Observation Well at Oceanway, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°28'01", long 81°37'51", in land grant 37, T.1 N., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, at Oceanway School on Oceanway Avenue, and 600 ft east of U.S. Highway 17 in Oceanway. Owner: Duval County School Board. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 2 in., depth unknown, cased to 538 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape or pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 34.79 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 1 in. plug, 1.65 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1940 to September 1978 (semiannually); February 1979 to March 1981 (bimonthly); May 1981 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 58.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 3, 1947; lowest measured, 30.74 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

34.36 34.83

DEC 17 JAN 28

35.31 35.63

FEB 25 MAR 25

35.57 35.30

APR 22 MAY 28

34.51 31.85

JUN 24 JUL 29

31.66 32.26

AUG 26 SEP 16

32.74 33.51

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.66

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

35.63

JAN 28, 2002

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DUVAL COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

300824081305401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1100 1200

D-0169 POWEL AT BAYARD, FL

32.17 36.97

300926081343002

05-14-02 09-16-02

1450 1550

D-1313 GREENLAND PINES AT GREENLAND,FL

24.96 34.30

301157081465201

05-14-02 09-16-02

1530 1440

D-1292 INDIAN TRAILS AT JACKSONVILLE,FL

32.23 34.64

301333081324101

05-15-02 09-18-02

1315 1405

D-2847 GOLF COURSE AT DEERWOOD, FL

15.67 25.49

301339081531203

05-16-02 09-18-02

0910 1300

D-0326

30.87 41.71

301434082021401

05-15-02 09-18-02

1130 1230

D-0085 J-0149 OIL TEST SITE,E.FIVETONE RD,JAX FL

48.99 48.69

301617081421601

05-13-02 09-17-02

1205 1040

D-0115

J-0179

21.65 25.85

301749081384602

05-16-02 09-18-02

0930 1015

D-1782

J-1819

28.85 35.15

302330081463001

05-14-02

1605

D-0420 J-0487 WING-LEE FARM; JAX, FL.

35.42

302339081254702

05-15-02 09-18-02

0845 1040

D-464A J-0531 1459 JULIA ST; MAYPORT, FL.

28.18 30.68

302502081321001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1100 1110

D-0270 J-0335 5186 HECKSHER DR, JAX, FL.

28.85 31.65

302521081455601

05-13-02 09-16-02

0905 0850

D-1309 DINSMORE ELEM SCHOOL NR DINSMORE,FL

33.90 34.08

302538081253101

05-13-02

1355

D-164 J-228 GOLF COURSE @ FT. GEORGE ISLAND, FL.

33.01

303209081371801

05-13-02 09-16-02

1000 0940

TISONIA FIRETOWER NR JACKSONVILLE,FL

29.28 30.68

303216081433301

05-15-02 09-16-02

1020 1325

D-0401 J-0468 DUVAL COUNTY PRISON FARM; JAX, FL.

32.97 34.47

J-0391

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Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4

291625081092001 291658081110401 292604081062401 292750081152001

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Figure 9.--Location of wells in Flagler County.

105

106

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FLAGLER COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--291625081092001. F-0286 Ormond Beach Flagler 2 at Ormond Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°16'25", long 81°09'19", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.22, T.14 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, on southside of Airport Road, 1.7 mi west of Timber Creek Road, 1.4 mi north of State Highway 40, 0.8 mi west of I-95. Owner: City of Ormond Beach. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 270 ft, cased to 90 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 28.34 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of threaded flange, 0.23 ft below

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1995 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 15.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 25, 2001; lowest measured, 5.42 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 12, 1997.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

15.44 14.65

DEC 19 JAN 28

14.60 11.67

FEB 25 MAY 13

11.21 6.21

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

6.21

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

14.75

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

15.44

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--291658081110401. F-0285 Ormond Beach Flagler 1 at Ormond Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°16'58", long 81°11'04", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.17, T.14 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, approximately 2 mi north of State Highway 40, in the Hull Cypress Swamp, 8.6 mi east of Highway 11. Owner: City of Ormond Beach. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 247 ft, cased to 180 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 29.64 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of threaded flange, 1.24 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 2000 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 17.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 26, 2001; lowest measured, 12.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

17.25 17.44

DEC 19 JAN 28

17.19 16.64

FEB 25 MAY 13

16.38 12.80

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

12.80

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

16.92

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

17.44

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

FLAGLER COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--292604081062401. F-0174 SJRWMD Shallow Well.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°26'04", long 81°06'24", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.30, T.12 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, behind small hill, on the west side of A1A, 3 mi south of Highway 100. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand and shell of the Surficial Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 112 SDGV. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 118 ft, cased to 110 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 16.64 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: File marks on top of PVC casing, 1.23 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1978 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to September 2002 (semiannually). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 7.64 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 2, 1978; lowest measured, 1.72 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 24, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

6.09 6.02

DEC 19 JAN 28

6.70 5.95

FEB 25 MAY 13

7.49 2.43

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

2.43

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

5.83

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

7.49

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

FEB 25, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--292750081152001. USGS Well Flagler 14 at Bunnell, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°27'50", long 81°15'20", in NE1⁄4 sec.15, T.12 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, 200 ft south of intersection of West Court and South Railroad Streets, and 600 ft southwest of intersection of State Highway 11 and U.S. Highway 1 at Bunnell. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 to 4 in., depth 417 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 21.00 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. coupling at land-surface

datum.

COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 data provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological

Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1936 to December 1962 (monthly); February 1963 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to current

year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 18.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 9, 1947; lowest measured, 9.10 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 26, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 27 DEC 18

15.21 14.49 14.35

JAN 28 FEB 27 MAR 18

13.85 13.78 13.34

APR 17 MAY 13 23

12.27 10.70 10.46

JUN 21 JUL 31 AUG 26

11.42 13.60 14.04

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

10.46

MAY 23, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16 25

13.99

14.42

15.21

DATE

OCT 23, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

108

FLAGLER COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

291818081190401

05-13-02 09-16-02

0850 1030

RELAY TOWER DEEP WELL (F0251)

14.12 17.97

291913081224201

05-15-02 09-16-02

0925 1135

F-0257 STRAWN WELL NR DEANVILLE,FL

13.03 22.52

291955081200901

05-13-02 09-16-02

0905 1105

91912003

8.62 12.71

292302081155901

05-13-02 09-16-02

0947 1245

SR304 WELL AT SWEETWATER BRANCH

292603081082502

05-13-02 09-16-02

1115 1325

F-176 BULLOW RUINS

292647081182001

05-13-02 09-17-02

1218 0720

92611803

292757081222801

05-13-02 09-17-02

1238 0740

F-0353 WESTSIDE BAPTIST NR BIMINI,FL

3.14 12.17

293313081132402

05-14-02 09-17-02

0718 1050

SJ F158 11S31E18 ITTPALMCOASTSTJOEGRADE LW-11

10.58 14.18

293344081232401

05-13-02 09-17-02

1326 0820

F-0294(REP.F-204)TIGER

11.62 15.94

293529081191701

05-14-02 09-17-02

1135 1000

SJ F165 10S30E31 PALMCOASTITT-LW-20 WESTBOUNDR

11.78 15.51

293754081121901

05-14-02 09-16-02

0750 1435

SJ F200 10S31E

11.66 16.29

13S29E36

11.34 15.31 4.84 8.61

12S30E19

6.01 10.09

ISLAND DEEP

WASHINGTONOAKSPARKWEATHERSTA

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Index number 1 2

Site number 265529081185201 271150081054401

Page number 112 112

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Figure 10.--Location of wells in Glades County.

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112

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

GLADES COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--265529081185201. GL-267 Well near Palmdale, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 26°55'29", long 81°18'52", in NE1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.10, T.41 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090103, 100 ft north of Palmdale Fire Tower, 500 ft northwest of intersection of U.S. Highway 27 and State Highway 29, and 2.0 mi south of Palmdale. Owner: Florida Division of Forestry. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn Limestone aquifer of the Miocene Series, Geologic Unit 122 HTRNN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 600 ft, cased to 450 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage, chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 42.15 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to Oct. 1, 1978, land-surface datum was considered to

be 41 ft, from topographic map. Oct. 1, 1978 to Mar. 25, 1980 at datum 0.60 ft lower. Measuring point: Top of 3/4 in. tee,

0.89 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1971 to May 1976 (annually); July 1976 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 47.25 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 7, 1976; lowest measured, 36.11 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 1995.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20

41.79

DATE

WATER LEVEL

MAY 01

38.67

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE MAY 13 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

38.42

JUL 03

41.22

AUG 27

38.42

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

41.82

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

41.82

SEP 16

41.73

AUG 27, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--271150081054401. GL-155 Well near Brighton, FL. LOCATION.--Lat 27°11'50", long 81°05'44", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.2, T.38 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090103, in front of Lykes Ranch headquarters, 300 ft west of State Highway 721, and 1.9 mi south of State Highway 70 in Brighton. Owner: Lykes Ranch.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 600 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 29.35 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing, 1.80 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1971 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 53.15 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 1, 1983; lowest measured, 38.15 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 11, 1976.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 15 JAN 15

46.95 46.45

MAR 11 APR 30

47.15 44.55

MAY 13 JUL 03

43.55 46.65

AUG 27 SEP 16

48.25

50.75

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

43.55

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

50.75

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 16, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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113

GLADES COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

265452081165401

DATE

05-13-02 09-16-02

TIME

1507 1324

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

65411601

41S30E12 CLEMONS

PALMDALE

47.60 50.80

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Page number

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Figure 11.--Location of wells in Hernando County.

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116

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

HERNANDO COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--283537082151501. ROMP 103 Well near Brooksville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°35'37", long 82°15'15", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.12, T.22 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on south side of Croom Road, 2.6 mi east of Tucker Hill Fire Tower, and 6.3 mi northeast of Brooksville. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in., depth 198 ft, cased to 111 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 92.80 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.42 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1977 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 48.95 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 14, 1982; lowest, 33.80 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 21, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 28 DEC 20

40.46 39.75 39.20

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

38.57 38.12 37.84

APR 23 MAY 15 29

37.31 36.68 36.32

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 27

35.93 39.97 42.34

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

35.93

JUN 21, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

43.30

43.30

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--283840082154801. Barnhart Well (CE-25) at Nobleton, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°38'40", long 82°15'48", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.24, T.21 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on Sentinel Street, 200 ft east of Edgewater Avenue in Nobleton. Owner: C.C. Chandler. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit l20 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 140 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 59.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in sanitary seal, 0.33 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1961 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 47.33 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 23, 1965; lowest measured, 33.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 6, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 15 JAN 17

39.08 38.25

MAR 15 MAY 07

37.67 36.44

MAY 15 JUL 10

36.12 38.20

SEP 05 18

42.26

42.76

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

36.12

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

42.76

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 18, 2002

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

117

HERNANDO COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

282620082193801

05-16-02 09-19-02

1155 0855

82621901

68.12 72.80

282839082190801

05-16-02 09-19-02

1120 0925

82821901 RUSSELL BLACKETT LAKE NEFF

69.04 80.43

282851082035301

05-16-02 09-18-02

1355 1800

82820301

23S22E13 E H BOYETTE

80.47 85.17

283001082064702

05-16-02 09-18-02

1305 1740

83020602

23S22E09 WSF-RICHLOAM FIRE TOWER

69.03 75.54

283036082105501

05-16-02 09-18-02

1240 1655

83021001

23S21E02 830210133 RIDGE MANOR NO 1

47.82 56.80

283508082215101

05-16-02 09-18-02

1030 1055

83522101

22S19E12 CLARENCE SMITH

33.75 38.43

283510082133701

05-15-02 09-18-02

1910 1640

CROOM RR SIDING WELL NR CROOM,FL

38.20 45.45

283613082184301

05-15-02 09-18-02

1800 1030

83621801

22S20E04 DELMAS C NIX

32.46 38.14

283806082214801

05-16-02 09-18-02

0850 1120

83822101

21S19E25 EDEN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

29.94 33.53

283957082181001

05-15-02 09-18-02

1650 1215

83921801

21S20E16 W A BLIZZARD

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Figure 12.--Location of wells in Highlands County.

119

120

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

HIGHLANDS COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--270157081203101. H-15A Well near Palmdale, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°02'02", long 81°20'33", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.32, T.39 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090103, on east side of U.S. Highway 27, 200 ft north of Glades-Highlands County line, 2.4 mi southeast of Venus, and 6.7 mi northwest of Palmdale.

Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 23 ft, cased to 19 ft, gravel-packed screen

from 19 to 23 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 58.52 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.68 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1948 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 60.37 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 27, 1997; lowest, 53.49 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 1956.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

58.04 57.78 57.60 57.48 58.20 57.73

57.97 57.59 57.50 57.40 57.24 57.11

57.00 57.08 56.93 56.85 56.78 56.73

56.82 56.72 57.01 56.93 56.80 56.64

56.53 56.73 56.69 56.52 56.66 56.57

56.42 56.35 56.27 56.16 56.04 55.91

55.82 55.71 55.82 55.83 55.57 55.43

55.31 55.16 55.02 55.93 55.95 55.86

55.84 55.67 55.74 56.89 58.78 58.07

57.91 58.28 57.90 58.04 58.23 57.89

57.94 58.12 57.75 57.92 57.60 59.26

58.33 57.94 58.11 58.23 58.43 57.83

MAX

58.61

57.97

57.09

57.05

56.77

56.53

55.90

56.01

58.78

59.20

59.26

58.73

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 60.17 MAX 59.26

WELL NUMBER.--272504081120101. H-11A Well near Lake Placid, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°25'04", long 81°12'01", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.23, T.35 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on north side of U.S. Highway 98, 0.4 mi east of State Highway 621, 2.6 mi northwest of the Istokpoga Canal, and 9.0 mi east of Lake

Placid. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 16 ft, cased to 13 ft, gravel-packed screen

from 13 to 16 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 49.02 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.10 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1956 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 49.04 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 10, 1960; lowest, 43.26 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 18, 1975.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

47.36 47.93 47.27 47.13 47.68 47.19

47.46 47.00 46.85 46.67 46.51 46.36

46.20 46.11 45.97 45.83 45.69 45.62

45.84 45.69 46.37 46.22 46.05 45.82

45.62 45.51 45.52 45.33 46.02 45.90

45.63 45.55 45.33 45.14 44.94 44.79

44.67 44.48 44.41 44.27 44.10 43.96

44.10 43.98 43.83 44.16 44.30 44.13

44.09 44.01 43.88 44.90 48.24 47.96

48.19 47.98 48.18 47.80 48.07 47.35

47.39 47.17 47.41 47.89 48.17 48.38

48.31

47.93

47.87

47.33

47.43

47.44

MAX

47.98

47.46

46.33

46.46

46.02

45.82

44.76

44.31

48.24

48.38

48.38

48.39

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 48.49

MAX 48.39

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

121

HIGHLANDS COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

J H HENDRIE DAIRY

95.29

270556081204701

05-23-02

1542

HIF-26

270627081313101

05-23-02

1525

HIF-23 GRAHAM CO DAIRY

43.82

271134081234301

05-14-02 09-30-02

1005 0859

HIF-5



42.06 51.04

271306081284801

05-23-02 09-30-02

1505 0842

HIF-8

BOX RANCH

42.45 50.18

271330081113401

05-14-02 09-30-02

1410 1211

HIF-37 SUN-RAY FARMS

42.12 48.34

271456081074701

05-14-02 09-30-02

1520 1310

HIF-6

LYKES BROW 4IN FLOW

42.75 47.31

271726081163901

05-14-02 09-30-02

1320 1142

HIF-14 P G PHYPERS



44.29 50.93

272512081122901

05-14-02 09-30-02

1259 1026

HIF-13

PHILLIP METZGER

43.08 49.75

272906081142001

05-14-02 09-30-02

1146 1111

HIF-4 34S31E28 YUCAN RANCH NR LORIDA,FL



41.93 47.50

272915081190201

05-14-02 09-30-02

1116 1001

HIF-32

GUILFORD TOMLINSON

47.02 54.23

273138081154201

05-23-02

1430

HIF-3 73111501 HOWERTON’S WELL NR LORIDA,FL

47.55

273603081270501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1317 1111

73612701



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Index number 1 2 3

Site number 273923080471801 274607080493001 274916080520701

Page number 124 124 125

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Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

Figure 13.--Location of wells in Indian River County.

123

124

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--273923080471801. IR-25 Well near Yeehaw Junction, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°39'23", long 80°47'18", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4NW 1⁄4 sec.36, T.32 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of State Highway 60, 1.3 mi east of Blue Cypress Road, and 7.9 mi east of U.S. Highway 441 in Yeehaw Junction. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the Surficial Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 19 ft, cased to 13 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 30.01 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of shelf, 2.30 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1950 to September 1996; October 1996 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 31.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 4, 1979; lowest, 25.17 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 31, 1967.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 26

29.16 28.46

DEC 20 JAN 28

27.86 28.08

FEB 25 MAR 25

28.32 27.24

APR 22 MAY 28

26.96 25.86

JUN 20 JUL 29

28.45 28.98

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

25.86

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

29.16

DATE

WATER LEVEL

AUG 27

28.32

OCT 23, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--274607080493001. IR-189 Well near Yeehaw Junction, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°46'07", long 80°49'30", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.22, T.31 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of private road at Rollins Ranch, 10 mi north of Yeehaw Junction. Owner: Rollins Ranch. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, stock, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 630 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 33.85 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to April 1983, land-surface datum was 0.69 ft lower.

May 1983 to September 2001 land-surface datum was 0.19 ft lower. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. tee, 1.63 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--195l, 1957, 1970 (annually); January 1976 to October 1983 (bimonthly); November 1983 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 48.16 ft above NGVD of 1929, datum then in use, Nov. 13, 1951,

July 10, 1957; lowest measured, 36.67 ft above NGVD of 1929, datum then in use, May 6, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 26

42.98 42.78

DEC 20 JAN 28

42.08 41.98

FEB 25 MAR 25

41.78 41.28

APR 22 MAY 17

40.56 38.48

MAY 29 JUN 20

39.02 40.19

JUL 29 AUG 26

42.64

43.16

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

38.48

MAY 17, 2002

HIGHEST

43.16

AUG 26, 2002

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--274916080520701. IR-366 at Mace Ranch, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°49'16", long 80°52'07", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.6, T.31 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 300 ft south of Fellsmere Grade Road, 1.75 mi east of County Line, and 8.1 mi southeast of Kenansville. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 260 ft, cased to 120 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 52.81 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.66 ft above land-surface

datum. Prior to September 2001 datum of gage was 2.46 ft lower.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1985 to September 1998, May 2000 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002

(monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 51.43 ft above NGVD of 1929, datum then in use, May 13, 1997; lowest

measured, 44.54 ft above NGVD of 1929, datum then in use, September 18, 1985.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 26

52.41 51.97

DEC 20 JAN 28

51.43 52.01

FEB 25 MAY 17

52.51 50.41

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

50.41

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

52.82

MAY 17, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

52.82

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 18, 2002

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

126

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

273435080255101

05-15-02 09-18-02

0955 0857

73402501

USDA SOUTH WELL 43RD AVE SW OF OSLO

27.35 34.45

273515080344303

05-14-02 09-17-02

1502 1522

IR-0954

SJWCD

36.43 41.33

273536080240201

05-15-02 09-18-02

0932 0837

73502403

REVERSE OSMOSIS MONITOR W OF OSLO

31.34 37.74

273805080223802

05-15-02 09-18-02

0903 0814

IR-1008

VERO BEACH POWER PLANT IN VERO BEACH,FL

27.07 35.27

273847080254703

05-17-02 09-18-02

0907 0923

IR-1006

DODGER STADIUM EAST IN DODGERTOWN,FL

28.57 34.27

273941080375401

05-15-02 09-17-02

1121 1447

IR-0955

DELTA FARMS

37.49 44.39

274047080513701

05-14-02

1209

IR-0365

USGS AT YEEHAW,FL

49.64

274055080281301

05-17-02 09-18-02

0931 0941

74002801

IR 210 WALTER POOL LINDSEY RD GIFFORD

28.99 35.99

274126080304803

05-17-02 09-18-02

1007 1013

IR-0963

CORRIGAN RANCH WELL

32.04 39.04

274217080464201

10-01-01 05-14-02 09-17-02

1808 1313 1349

IR-0968

BLUE CYPRESS WELL



43.45 39.65 46.95

274350080364501

05-15-02 09-18-02

1334 1647

74303601

JACK BERRY GROVE BLK 11 S OF FELLSMERE

35.51 41.31

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Index number

Site number

Page number

1 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8

282245081492601 282245081492602 282717081553101 283204081544901 283204081544902 283314081455501 283608081403001 284445081462101 284842081533001 290950081315501

130 130 131 131 132 132 133 133 134 134

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Figure 14.--Location of wells in Lake County.

129

130

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

LAKE COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--282245081492601. Eva Deep Well at Eva, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'45", long 81°49'26", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.20, T.24 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on east side of State Highway 33, 1,000 ft north of State Highway 474 at Eva. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 192 ft, cased to 100 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 113.47 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. nipple, 3.40 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1959 to December 1962; January 1963 to October 2000 (bimonthly); December 2000 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 112.72 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 10, 1960; lowest measured, 105.06 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 20, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 27 DEC 20

109.92 109.20 108.91

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 25

109.17 109.47 108.77

APR 23 MAY 17 29

108.52 106.98 106.75

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 27

108.88 110.57

111.28

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

106.75

MAY 29, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 20

111.61

111.61

SEP 20, 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

WELL NUMBER.--282245081492602. Eva Shallow Well at Eva, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'45", long 81°49'26", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.20, T.24 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on east side of State Highway 33, 1,000 ft north of State Highway 474 at Eva. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Tertiary Quaternary Age, Geologic Unit 111 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 23 ft, cased to 18 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 113.44 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in 6 in. cap, 3.62 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1959 to June 1962; July 1962 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 114.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 10, 1960; lowest measured, 105.12 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 20, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 20

111.56 109.86

FEB 26 APR 23

110.62 109.92

MAY 17 JUN 21

108.26 110.86

AUG 27 SEP 20

113.49 113.31

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

108.26

MAY 17, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

113.49

WATER LEVEL

DATE

AUG 27, 2002

WATER LEVEL

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LAKE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282717081553101. ROMP 101 Well near Bay Lake, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°27'17", long 81°55'31", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.29, T.23 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 75 ft south of State Highway 565, 800 ft west of former Seaboard Coastline Railroad crossing, and 2.3 mi southwest of intersection of Bay Lake Road and State Highway 565 at Bay Lake. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in., depth 404 ft, cased to 118 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 101.35 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.58 ft above land­

surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1977 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 100.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 11, 1988; lowest, 92.26 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

97.98 97.80 97.69 97.51 97.58 97.34

97.35 97.12 97.42 97.14 96.97 96.83

96.68 96.62 96.52 96.42 96.37 96.23

96.89 96.80 97.18 ----96.74

96.55 96.68 96.55 96.44 97.25 96.95

97.03 96.95 96.97 96.69 96.51 96.25

96.16 95.84 95.78 95.47 95.18 94.89

94.57 94.30 93.99 93.88 93.64 93.52

93.51 94.23 94.79 95.62 96.39 96.77

--97.30 97.76 97.69 97.88 98.00

98.11 97.98 98.33 98.42 98.15 98.20

98.42 98.25 98.26 98.36 98.77 98.62

MAX

98.17

97.42

96.78

97.18

97.25

97.10

96.23

94.87

96.77

98.11

98.43

98.78

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 98.25 MAX 98.78

WELL NUMBER.--283204081544901. Mascotte Deep Well near Mascotte, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'04", long 81°54'49", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.33, T.22 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03l00208, on east side of State Highway 565, 75 ft east of Midway Baptist Church, and 3.6 mi south of State Highway 50 in Mascotte. Owner: U.S.

Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 160 ft, cased to 63 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 103.51 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.35 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1959 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 102.66 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 10, 1988; lowest, 93.94 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 20,21, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

100.70 100.50 100.30 100.20 100.30 100.05

99.98 99.78 99.83 99.67 99.53 99.42

99.28 99.23 99.14 99.09 99.00 98.88

99.41 99.33 99.72 99.53 99.41 99.28

99.14 99.25 99.12 99.01 99.75 99.36

99.56 99.45 99.30 99.10 99.14 98.94

98.88 98.59 98.59 98.31 98.05 97.83

97.57 97.28 96.98 96.93 96.65 96.44

96.28 96.67 96.43 96.88 97.46 97.85

98.19 98.66 99.08 98.77 99.02 99.32

99.24 99.24 100.35 100.26 99.87 99.95

99.76

99.50

99.42

99.30

99.71

99.50

MAX

100.90

100.01

99.37

99.72

99.77

99.68

98.93

97.84

97.85

99.38

100.41

99.89

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 101.40

MAX 100.90

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LAKE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283204081544902. Mascotte Shallow Well near Mascotte, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'04", long 81°54'49", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.33, T.22 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on east side of State Highway 565, 75 ft east of Midway Baptist Church, and 3.6 mi south of State Highway 50 in Mascotte. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the Surficial Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 30 ft, cased to l6 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 103.51 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.49 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1959 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 103.51 ft above NGVD of 1929, estimated, Sept. 11, 1960; lowest,

94.89 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 23, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

101.14 101.00 100.85 100.70 100.95 100.63

100.57 100.42 100.45 100.31 100.22 100.13

100.02 100.01 99.91 99.90 99.78 99.69

100.52 100.24 100.76 100.37 100.21 100.08

99.95 100.09 99.94 99.84 100.82 100.46

100.63 100.31 100.17 99.99 100.20 99.88

99.75 99.54 99.50 99.28 99.01 98.82

98.58 98.34 98.06 97.87 97.64 97.36

97.18 97.62 97.36 97.84 98.37 98.72

98.98 99.50 99.86 99.41 99.56 99.89

99.68 99.74 101.32 100.81 100.31 100.47

100.11 99.87 99.78 99.65 100.29 99.96

MAX

101.32

100.60

100.10

100.80

100.97

100.71

99.84

98.78

98.72

100.07

101.32

100.34

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 103.30 MAX 101.32

WELL NUMBER.--283314081455501. City Well Replacement at Clermont, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°33'14", long 81°45'55", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.24, T.22 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on Lake Avenue, 0.2 mi north of State Highway 50 in Clermont. Owner: City of Clermont.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit l20 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic well, diameter 8 in., depth 525 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 150 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.08 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1982 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 86.04 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 27, 1998; lowest, 74.65 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 14, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

78.48 78.47 78.52 78.44 78.57 78.57

78.71 78.45 78.58 78.51 78.43 78.32

78.14 78.23 78.07 78.03 78.17 78.00

78.00 77.95 78.05 77.97 77.96 77.82

77.77 77.76 77.77 77.66 77.82 77.72

77.70 77.67 77.61 77.47 77.33 77.21

77.14 76.98 77.01 76.87 76.62 76.56

76.19 76.04 75.81 75.92 75.74 75.64

75.54 75.71 75.74 75.92 76.39 76.69

77.05 77.22 77.43 77.48 77.70 77.97

78.15 78.29 78.43 78.66 78.73 79.19

79.36

79.53

79.74

79.84

80.09

80.16

MAX

78.65

78.71

78.26

78.14

77.88

77.79

77.21

76.44

76.69

77.97

79.27

80.19

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 78.71

MAX 80.19

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LAKE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283608081403001. L-0658 City of Montverde, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°36'08", long 81°40'30", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.2, T.22 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, in pump house about 50 ft north of 8th Street in Montverde. Owner: City of Montverde. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 291 ft, cased to 164 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 77.50 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 12 inch casing, 1.43 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1997 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to September 2002 (monthly) discontinued. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 75.86 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 11, 1998; lowest, 67.51 ft above sea level, May 23, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27

71.27 71.14

DEC 19 JAN 28

70.78 70.70

FEB 25 MAY 14

70.55 68.54

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

68.54

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

72.88

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

72.88

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--284445081462101. Lake Yale Groves Well near Tavares, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°44'45", long 81°46'21", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.13, T.20 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on north side of Little Lake Harris, 0.2 mi west of State Highway 19, and 3.8 mi south of Tavares. Owner: Lake County Water Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, irrigation, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 200 ft, cased to 112 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape or manometer. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 64.75 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of tee, 2.10 ft above land-surface datum. COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 data provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological Survey. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1963 (annually); October 1963 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 70.45 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 13, 1970; lowest measured, 60.54 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 23, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 20 DEC 20

64.58 64.44 63.65

JAN 29 FEB 27 MAR 25

63.81 63.96 63.13

APR 22 MAY 16 23

62.57 61.49 61.37

JUN 24 JUL 24 AUG 26

62.70 64.66 65.34

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

61.37

MAY 23, 2002

HIGHEST

66.53

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17 25

66.53

66.39

SEP 17, 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

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LAKE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--284842081533001. College Street Well at Leesburg, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°48'42", long 81°53'30", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.27, T.19 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080l02, on west side of College Street, near water tank, 350 ft north of West Main Street in Leesburg. Owner: City of Leesburg. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 245 ft, cased to 90 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--15-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 93.10 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Edge of flange, 1.2 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1973 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 70.38 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 2, 1998; lowest, 57.29 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 1981. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

65.45 65.35 65.21 65.14 64.91 64.72

64.93 64.43 64.40 64.26 63.74 63.86

63.56 63.61 63.31 63.48 63.49 63.13

63.15 63.14 63.37 63.12 63.12 63.03

63.00 62.69 63.01 62.81 62.88 62.76

63.30 63.33 63.33 63.01 62.85 62.37

62.54 62.22 62.41 62.07 61.33 61.60

60.55 60.78 60.52 60.71 60.27 60.22

60.31 60.51 60.70 61.80 63.52 63.94

64.51 64.20 64.98 -------

--------67.04 68.01

68.09 68.22 67.87 67.82 67.31 67.83

MAX

65.73

64.93

63.90

63.38

63.13

63.52

62.82

61.66

63.94

65.16

68.01

68.43

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 65.81 MAX 68.43

WELL NUMBER.--290950081315501. Astor Park Well at Astor Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°09'50", long 81°31'55", in land grant 37, T.15 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at residence, 200 ft north of State Highway 40, and 0.7 mi west of St. Johns River at Astor Park. Owner: W.G. House. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 225 ft, casing length 175 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder-60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 17.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.40 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1936 to December 1949 (monthly); January 1950 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to September 1997 (monthly); October 1997 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 17.15 ft above NGVD of 1929, October 1945; lowest daily maximum, 9.18 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 3, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

13.91 13.80 13.75 13.76 13.65 13.58

13.71 13.47 13.82 13.82 13.59 13.39

13.25 13.28 13.16 13.06 12.99 12.76

12.60 11.95 12.50 12.78 12.75 12.78

12.67 12.73 12.61 12.55 12.78 12.71

12.59 12.76 12.68 12.46 12.41 12.20

12.10 12.02 12.03 11.88 11.77 11.66

11.29 11.20 11.05 11.01 11.66 11.65

11.58 11.56 11.91 12.50 13.28 13.44

13.74 13.82 13.89 13.87 14.02 14.14

14.40 14.61 14.74 14.77 14.71 14.83

15.07

15.02

14.95

14.87

15.00

14.84

MAX

14.03

13.86

13.35

12.90

12.87

12.85

12.18

11.72

13.44

14.14

14.83

15.07

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 14.03

MAX 15.07

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

135

LAKE COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

281837081544101

05-17-02 09-20-02

0941 1238

ROMP 88 DEEP NR ROCKRIDGE,FL

99.03 105.77

282241081443901

05-17-02 09-16-02

0905 1252

L-0051 SAND MINE RD DP WELL NR CLERMONT

113.13 118.32

282318081544003

05-17-02 09-20-02

1045 1055

GREEN SWAMP AQUIFER TEST LK751W

99.65 104.40

282717081553101

03-14-02 05-14-02 09-16-02

1102 1155 1355

82715502ROMP DEEP WELL 101 NEAR BAY LAKE, FL.

96.89 93.98 98.24

282729081443301

05-14-02 09-16-02

1055 1225

LK LOUISA STATE PARK (SJRWMD L-0053) NR CLERMONT

89.69 98.83

283019081455701

05-14-02 09-16-02

1120 1148

LCFD DIST.9 STATION 1

82.77 89.34

283128081404701

05-14-02 09-16-02

1005 1100

JOHNS LAKE WELL NR CLERMONT (SJ L-0052)

73.78 79.02

283232081394101

05-14-02 09-16-02

0945 1030

83213902 EDGEWATER BEACH DEEP

72.40 77.59

283355081411701

05-14-02 09-16-02

0915 1010

L-0199 TURNPIKE

68.02 71.27

283530081514501

05-14-02 09-16-02

1245 1445

DR PHILLIPS & SONS DP

79.25 88.36

284122081534401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1310 1028

L-0095 GROVELAND TOWER DEEP

78.15 83.83

284232081533001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1330 1050

842153142 20S24E34

74.89 81.83

284233081442801

05-14-02 09-16-02

0840 0930

WEST ASTATULA WELL NR ASTATULA,FL

63.47 67.85

284528081530201

05-14-02 09-17-02

1355 1116

CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY

62.75 68.15

284725081361901

05-14-02 09-17-02

0755 0857

WOLF SINK OBSERVATION WELL NR SORRENTO

43.13 50.75

284757081320701

05-15-02 09-17-02

1547 0800

L KNOWLES DEEP

41.67 47.54

284929081294901

05-15-02 09-18-02

0800 0845

ABANDONED FREEFLOW SR46A NR SORRENTO

38.15 43.05

285230081242201

05-15-02 09-18-02

0945 1030

LOWER WEKIWA 2IN FREE NO.2 SOUTH

22.51 25.61

285257081434201

05-16-02 09-17-02

1155 1330

852143121 18S26E32 J EICHEL BERGER

52.52 56.96

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

136

LAKE COUNTY---Continued

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

285357081472801

05-16-02 09-17-02

1235 1405

SJR

DEEP NR CABBAGE HAMMOCK L-0620

52.44 57.08

285504081405901

05-15-02 09-17-02

1545 1450

855140-



47.83 52.46

285539081262901

05-15-02 09-18-02

0855 0910

PINE

LAKES WELL ON SR 44

33.78 37.66

285810081234101

05-15-02 09-18-02

1045 1150

LOWER

WEKIVA R 4"FREEFLO

23.55 27.63

285827081331401

05-15-02 09-18-02

1210 1345

PAUL

SHOKLEY AT PAISLEY

38.69 41.56

290000081380001

05-15-02 09-18-02

1230 1425

PITTMAN

WORK CENTER ABANDONED NR ALTOONA,FL

43.01 45.95

290052081271201

05-15-02 09-18-02

1145 1305

CENTRAL

BAPTIST YOUTH CAMP

42.59 45.69

290244081302601

05-15-02 09-19-02

1320 1225

OCALA

NF4" NR ALEX.SPGS.CR BOAT LANDING

15.13 17.89

290451081344401

05-15-02 09-19-02

1250 1438

L-0066

OBS WELL ALEXANDER SP NR ASTOR

15.56 16.33

290633081375201

05-16-02 09-18-02

1120 1455

90613701



38.66 41.61

290646081314001

05-16-02 09-19-02

0855 1000

L-0441

USFS WELL NR ASTOR,FL

16.36 19.44

290900081342002

05-16-02 09-19-02

1000 1045

909134



31.55 35.71

290910081360001

05-16-02 09-19-02

1020 1110

CAMP

MCQUARRIE ABANDONED DP AT CROOKED LAKE

43.15 46.37

291002081330601

05-16-02 09-19-02

0940 1025

L-0455



11.76 17.83

291448081381601

05-16-02 09-19-02

1050 1145

JUNIPER

HUNT CLUB SUPPLY

18S26E14

AUSTIN GROVES

16S27E18 CAMP OCALA

15S27E-- ASTOR PARK

ASTOR 150 CF

.09 1.96

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 15 LEVY COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

290112082371101 290200082432301 290202082403901 290230082412501 290743082341501 291910082341101 292430082283001

140 140 141 141 142 142 143

WATER RESOURCES DATA FOR FLORIDA, 2002 Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

Figure 15.--Location of wells in Levy County.

139

140

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

LEVY COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--290112082371101. CE-5 Well near Inglis, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°01'12", long 82°37'11", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.7, T.17 S., R.17 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on island 700 ft southwest of Inglis lock, and 3.2 mi southeast of Inglis. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth l25 ft, cased to 84 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--15-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 25.39 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1966 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 9.41 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 6, 1968; lowest, 6.96 ft below NGVD of 1929, Sept. 16, 1966. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

6.24 5.54 6.15 5.90 5.72 5.30

5.25 5.35 5.00 5.32 5.08 5.81

4.98 5.37 5.63 4.87 4.95 5.10

4.72 4.99 5.31 4.52 4.83 5.11

4.18 4.80 4.61 5.29 5.10 4.55

4.03 4.63 4.85 4.95 5.09 5.40

4.24 4.93 5.07 4.67 5.08 5.21

4.34 5.09 4.68 3.94 5.29 4.88

4.56 4.94 5.10 4.60 5.14 4.47

4.59 5.09 4.76 5.06 5.43 5.08

5.32 5.53 --­ --­ --­ ---

----­ ------6.35

MAX

6.68

5.81

5.88

5.89

5.63

5.73

5.34

5.30

5.25

5.63

5.95

6.35

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 6.74 MAX 6.68

WELL NUMBER.--290200082432301. ROMP 124 Well near Yankeetown, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°02'00", long 82°43'23", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.6, T.17 S., R.16 E., Hydrologic Unit 03110101, 120 ft south of Bonita Club Road, and 1.2 mi west of Yankeetown. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 250 ft, cased to 200 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 4.21 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.74 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1978 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 6.11 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 31, 1985; lowest water level measured, 1.51 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 24, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 27 DEC 19

2.21 2.07

JAN 29 FEB 25

2.63 2.39

MAR 25 APR 22

2.47 2.11

MAY 14 28

2.23 1.83

JUN 20 JUL 29

1.83 3.06

AUG 26 SEP 17

3.40

3.27

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

1.83

MAY 28, 2002

JUN 20, 2002

HIGHEST

3.40

AUG 26, 2002

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LEVY COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290202082403901. Florida Power Corporation (CE-62) Well at Inglis, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°02'02", long 82°40'39", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.3, T.17 S., R.16 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 100 ft south of State Highway 40 at abandoned power plant, 0.6 mi west of U.S. Highway 19 in Inglis. Owner: Florida Power Corporation. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 155 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 12.67 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. coupling, 1.8 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1961, October 1963 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 10.55 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1964; lowest measured, 1.34 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 14, 1968. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

FEB 27

3.51

APR 16

2.98

JUN 03

1.70

AUG 01

4.97

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

1.70

JUN 03, 2002

HIGHEST

4.97

AUG 01, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--290230082412501. ROMP 125 Well at Crackertown, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°02'30", long 82°41'25", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.33, T.16 S., R.16 E., Hydrologic Unit 03110101, 40 ft southwest of intersection of State Highway 40A and Schoolcraft Road at Crackertown. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, unused, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 280 ft, cased to 270 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 8.64 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 3.50 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1979 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 8.29 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 9, 1988; lowest, .57 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 9,10, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

4.21 3.81 3.88 3.48 3.38 2.98

2.97 2.82 2.70 2.57 2.50 2.52

2.19 2.17 2.19 2.02 1.98 1.96

1.80 1.70 1.91 2.00 2.25 3.31

3.03 3.08 2.86 2.86 2.81 2.78

2.89 3.08 3.24 3.19 3.01 2.88

2.68 2.54 2.44 2.24 2.08 1.97

1.69 1.60 1.35 1.16 1.11 1.04

0.84 0.83 0.85 0.96 1.50 1.59

2.55 2.68 3.84 3.78 4.18 3.90

4.05 3.67 4.05 4.65 4.36 4.15

4.21 3.98 3.87 3.71 3.60 3.48

MAX

4.25

3.05

2.49

3.32

3.29

3.25

2.83

1.94

1.59

4.18

4.67

4.21

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 5.75 MAX 4.67

142

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LEVY COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290743082341501. Tidewater Number 1 Well near Dunnellon, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29° 07'43", long 82° 34'15", in NE1⁄ 4SE1⁄ 4NE1⁄ 4 sec.34, T.15 S., R.17 E., Hydrologic Unit 03110101, on south side of State Highway 336 in Tidewater, 9.8 mi northwest of Dunnellon. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 12 in., depth 784 ft, cased to 298 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 70.07 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.82 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1981 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 61.81 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 26, 1982; lowest, 49.34 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 19, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

53.23 53.17 53.19 53.13 53.07 53.03

53.02 52.84 52.89 52.72 52.54 52.46

52.25 52.31 52.21 52.09 52.09 51.89

51.89 51.76 51.82 52.03 52.01 52.12

51.96 51.99 51.89 51.81 51.72 51.61

51.56 51.70 51.66 51.58 51.48 51.32

51.18 51.06 50.99 50.89 50.70 50.56

50.28 50.19 49.99 49.87 49.78 49.71

49.54 49.50 49.44 49.42 49.94 50.32

50.59 50.78 50.90 51.08 51.47 52.09

52.20 52.08 52.19 52.51 52.47 52.55

52.82 52.80 52.71 52.75 52.69 52.56

MAX

53.28

53.03

52.39

52.14

52.15

51.81

51.31

50.55

50.32

52.09

52.55

52.82

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 53.28 MAX 53.28

WELL NUMBER.--291910082341101. Bullock-Huber Well near Williston, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29° 19'10", long 82° 34'11", in NW1⁄ 4NW1⁄ 4NW1⁄ 4 sec.36, T.13 S., R.17 E., Hydrologic Unit 03110101, in a field, 1.0 mi south of a county road, 2.9 mi west of State Highway 121, and 10 mi southwest of Williston. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 91 ft, cased to 68 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 91.40 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum.

Prior to Oct. 1995 at elevation 0.60 ft lower.

COOPERATION.--Data for the months of April, June and July 2002, was provided by the Suwannee River Water Management District and

reviewed by the U.S. Geological Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1974 to September 1977 (bimonthly); October 1977 to September 1979 (semiannually); October 1979 to

current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 54.53 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 13, 1998; lowest measured,

37.58 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 12, 2002.

ELEVATION (NGVD1929), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 11

42.56 41.65

FEB 19 APR 11

40.11 38.90

MAY 15 JUN 12

38.30 37.58

AUG 08 SEP 17

38.18

39.55

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.58

JUN 12, 2002

HIGHEST

42.56

DATE

OCT 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

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LEVY COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--292430082283001. Devils Den Sink CE-8 near Williston, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29° 24'26", long 82° 28'36", in NW1⁄ 4SE1⁄ 4SE1⁄ 4 sec.26, T.12 S., R.18 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, 1,000 ft west of county road, 1.3 mi north of Alternate U.S. Highway 27, at a point 1.0 mi west of U.S. Highway 41 in Williston. Owner: Hugh Barton. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Natural sinkhole, depth 32 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 71.55 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Painted mark on east side of sink at land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1935 to December 1949, and March 1966 to September 1967 (monthly); November 1967 to current year

(bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 60.40 ft above NGVD of 1929, October 1948; lowest measured, 39.07 ft

above NGVD of 1929, August 1, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 11 FEB 19

42.33 41.08

APR 08 MAY 15

40.26 39.55

JUN 03 AUG 01

39.26 39.07

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.07

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

39.85

AUG 01, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

42.33

WATER LEVEL

DATE

DEC 11, 2001

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

144

LEVY COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

290503082323101

05-14-02 09-17-02

1440 0730

90523201



16S17E13 SCE 108 T & J RANCH

67.83 71.14

290605082372601

05-14-02 09-17-02

1535 1450

90623701



16S17E07 GEOTHE ROAD

25.92 28.00

291004082382901

05-14-02 09-17-02

1515 0845

91023801



15S16E24 910238433 DIXIE LIME PR

22.09 25.58

291048083011801

05-21-02

1330

15S13E17 910301212

1.03

291508082432901

09-17-02

1415

GULF

HAMMOCK

9.60

291712082351801

05-15-02 09-17-02

0810 0930

SOUTH OF BONSON-RO



46.08 45.82

291806082545601

05-21-02

1515

918254331

13S14E33 TEST 2 USGS

14.36

292143082282201

05-15-02 09-17-02

1230 1155

92122801



39.46 39.98

292310082373701

05-15-02 09-17-02

1000 1330

ERCELL SMITH



292507082560201

05-28-02

1320

A

J MIMMS(121420)SR 347 SW OF CHIEFLAND

292615082272601

05-15-02 09-17-02

1130 1115

ROMP 134 NEAR WILLISTON, FL



39.46 40.33

292713082493601

05-06-02

0900

H.E.MILLS NR CHIEFLAND,FL

16.50

13S18E11 WILLISTON AIRPORT

49.02 49.29 5.94

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MARION COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--285920081490501. USGS Well Mar-48 near Ocklawaha, FL. (Formerly Mar-48 Replacement Well near Ocklawaha, FL.)

LOCATION.--Lat 28°59'20", long 81°49'05", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.20, T.17 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, at fish camp south of State Highway 42, on east side of Ocklawaha River at Starkes Ferry, and 7 mi southeast of Ocklawaha. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 152 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 61.08 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of PVC elbow at vent, 2.22 ft above land-surface datum. REMARKS.--Record is equivalent to that for Mar 48 Replacement (285930081500501), available October 1980 to September 1983. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1936 to December 1949 (monthly); January 1950 to September 1980, October 1983 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 61.28 ft above NGVD of 1929, October 1945; lowest measured, 48.46 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 16

51.67

JAN 16

50.63

MAR 15

50.07

MAY 15

48.46

JUL 11

49.98

AUG 22

52.45

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

48.46

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

52.45

AUG 22, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--290106082191001. CE-23 Well near Dunnellon, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°01'06", long 82°19'10", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.17, T.17 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, north of State Highway 200, 2.8 mi northeast of Withlacoochee River, and 16.3 mi southwest of Ocala. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit l20 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 45 ft, cased to 19 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 62.64 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1966 to September 1977; October 1977 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 11, 1998; lowest measured, 36.37 ft above NGVD of 1929, March 20, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 11

42.26 40.44

FEB 12 APR 09

38.77 38.45

MAY 13 JUN 05

37.74 37.12

JUL 31 SEP 16

40.87

41.07

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.12

JUN 05, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

42.26

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290133082140901. ROMP 119 Well near Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°01'33", long 82°14'09", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.8, T.17 S., R.21 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on south side of State Highway 484, 4.5 mi west from intersection with Interstate Highway 75, and 12 mi southwest of Ocala. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in., depth 502 ft, cased to 106 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 71.85 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 3.90 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1982 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 52.20 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 28, 30, 31, 1998; lowest,

39.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 25,26, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

43.40 43.50 43.55 43.55 43.51 43.42

43.36 43.23 43.15 43.03 42.91 42.80

42.68 42.58 42.47 42.38 42.30 42.17

42.11 42.03 41.97 41.92 41.85 41.79

41.73 41.68 41.62 41.56 41.51 41.46

41.45 41.48 41.45 41.41 41.37 41.30

41.25 41.18 41.12 41.07 40.98 40.90

40.80 40.71 40.61 40.53 40.43 40.33

40.24 40.19 40.14 40.22 40.57 41.01

41.48 41.80 42.14 42.39 42.74 43.00

43.25 43.34 43.38 43.54 43.66 43.77

43.99 44.17 44.31 44.46 44.52 44.50

MAX

43.57

43.40

42.77

42.17

41.79

41.49

41.29

40.89

41.01

43.00

43.77

44.54

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 43.57 MAX 44.54

WELL NUMBER.--290215082152401. CE-74 Well near Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°02'15", long 82°15'24", in NE1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.1, T.17 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 0.25 mi west of State Highway 484, 2.9 mi southeast of State Highway 200, and 13 mi southwest of Ocala. Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 2 in., depth 51 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 76.97 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1964 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 51.63 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 11, 1998; lowest measured, 38.82 ft above NGVD of 1929, March 19, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 11

42.78 41.69

FEB 12 APR 09

40.60 40.14

MAY 13 JUN 05

39.67 39.23

JUL 31 SEP 16

41.44

42.72

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.23

JUN 05, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

42.78

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

150

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290306082232802. Fire Tower (CE-73) Well at Dunnellon, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°03'06", long 82°23'28", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.34, T.16 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on south side of State Highway 484, across from Dunnellon Fire Tower, and 4.4 mi east of U.S. Highway 41 in Dunnellon. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 36 ft, cased to 26 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 65.18 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in cap, 2.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1964 to May 1966 (monthly), July 1966 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 61.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 11, 1998; lowest measured, 47.91 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 15, 1975.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 17

53.35 51.17

FEB 19 APR 15

50.85 50.62

MAY 14 JUN 03

49.92 49.30

AUG 01 SEP 16

54.24

53.39

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

49.30

JUN 03, 2002

DATE

HIGHEST

54.24

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

AUG 01, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--290312082250801. CE-14 Well near Dunnellon, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°03'12", long 82°25'08", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.32, T.16 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on north side of State Highway 484, 8.3 mi west of State Highway 200, and 2.7 mi east of Dunnellon. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 190 ft, cased to 112 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 60.24 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1966 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 50.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 1, 1998; lowest, 34.18 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 11, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

41.56 41.47 41.36 41.14 41.01 40.76

40.59 40.32 40.16 39.96 39.76 39.57

39.42 39.25 --38.86 38.70 38.35

38.27 38.12 37.99 37.83 37.65 37.55

37.43 37.36 37.27 37.18 37.11 37.04

36.97 36.92 36.85 36.81 36.79 36.75

36.72 36.68 36.63 36.59 36.53 36.45

36.36 36.15 36.04 36.03 ----­

35.72 35.63 35.55 35.46 35.51 35.54

35.71 35.97 36.45 37.36 38.05 38.90

39.69 40.06 40.18 40.22 40.10 39.91

39.77 39.58 39.43 39.48 39.50 39.44

MAX

41.56

40.73

39.52

38.43

37.53

37.04

36.75

36.44

35.72

38.90

40.23

39.88

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 41.56 MAX 41.56

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290514082270701. Rainbow Springs Well near Dunnellon, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°05'14", long 82°27'07", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.13, T.16 S., R.18 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on east side of U.S. Highway 41, 2.8 mi north of Dunnellon. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 442 ft, cased to 125 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 113.13 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--Well records used to determine flow of Rainbow Springs.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1964 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily mean water level, 36.12 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 22, 1964; lowest, 29.68 ft above

NGVD of 1929, June 11, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MEAN VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

31.26 31.32 31.37 31.35 31.32 31.22

31.20 31.19 31.19 31.12 31.06 31.01

30.94 30.95 30.90 30.86 30.84 30.76

30.77 30.73 30.73 30.64 30.60 30.59

30.55 30.53 30.51 30.45 30.46 30.43

30.43 30.35 30.34 30.28 30.23 30.18

30.18 30.11 30.10 30.10 30.00 29.97

29.88 29.86 29.82 29.85 29.77 29.77

29.72 29.78 29.77 29.79 29.88 29.90

30.05 30.08 30.24 30.32 30.42 30.51

30.59 30.61 30.62 30.70 30.64 30.74

30.75 30.72 30.78 30.79 30.81 30.82

MAX

31.40

31.21

31.00

30.78

30.58

30.43

30.19

29.95

29.90

30.51

30.74

30.82

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 31.40 MAX 31.40

WELL NUMBER.--290815082025701. USGS Well CE-40 replacement near Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°08'15", long 82°02'57", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.31, T.15 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on south side of State Highway 464, 6.5 mi northwest of Candler, and 4.3 mi southeast of Ocala. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 105 ft, cased to 47 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 91.45 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top edge of casing, 2.80 ft above land-surface datum. REMARKS.--Record is equivalent to that for CE-40 (290810082025001), available March 1966 to September 1982. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1986 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 49.39 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 13, 1998; lowest measured, 39.63 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 2, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26

42.55

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 11

41.88

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE FEB 19 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

41.01

APR 08

40.68

JUN 03

39.95

JUN 03, 2002

HIGHEST

42.55

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

39.95

JUL 31

41.26

OCT 26, 2001

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--291059082190801. Romp 120 near Cotton Plant, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°10'59", long 82°19'08", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.17, T.15 S., R.20 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on south side of State Highway 328, 0.4 mi from intersection with State Highway 40 in Cotton Plant. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in, depth 403 ft, cased to 110 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 76.04 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 3.22 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1981 to August 1992; September 1992 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 52.16 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 24, 1998; lowest, 38.96 ft above

NGVD of 1929, June 20, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

42.76 42.26 41.74

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

41.09 40.75 40.43

APR 22 MAY 14 28

40.10 39.68 39.38

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

38.96 40.05

41.31

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

38.96

JUN 20, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

42.12

42.76

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--291100082010003. Local Number CE-76. USGS Observation Well CE-76 near Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°11'00", long 82°01'00", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.16, T.15 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on south side of Sharpes Ferry Road, 6.5 mi east of Ocala. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER..--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 153 ft, cased to 124 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder---30 minute interval.

Prior to April 4, 2002, bimonthly measurements with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 64.51 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top edge of casing, 2.80 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1968 to September 1977; October 1977 to February 2002 (bimonthly), April 2002 to September 2002. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 46.78 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 19, 1970; lowest measured, 39.22 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 2, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE NOV 06 WATER YEAR 2002



WATER LEVEL 41.51 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE DEC 20 40.65

WATER

DATE LEVEL

41.00

FEB 19

FEB 19, 2002



40.65

HIGHEST



41.51

NOV 06, 2001

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MEAN VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

--­ -----------

-------------

-------------

--­ -----------

-------------

-------------

40.18 40.15 40.20 40.17 40.07 40.04

39.93 -----------

----39.52 39.55 39.84 39.96

40.06 40.12 40.20 -------

40.82 40.89 41.07 41.28 41.36 41.74

42.07 42.21 42.33 42.47 42.57 42.55

MAX

---

---

---

---

---

---

40.20

40.03

39.96

40.25

41.74

42.62

WTR YR 2002

MAX 42.62

153

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--291110082060001. USGS Well CE-44 at Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°11'10", long 82°06'00", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.15, T.15 S., R.22 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on south side of State Highway 40, 120 ft east of Florida Highway Patrol Station at Ocala, and 3.0 mi west of Silver Springs. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 91 ft, cased to 34.2 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 102.73 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1966 to September 1977; October 1977 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 46.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 13, 1998; lowest measured, 37.36 ft

above NGVD of 1929, April 8, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 DEC 11

41.37 40.83

FEB 19 APR 08

39.56 37.36

MAY 14 JUN 03

39.27 39.22

JUL 31 SEP 20

40.12

41.89

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.36

APR 08, 2002

DATE

HIGHEST

41.89

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 20, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--291115081592501. Sharpes Ferry Well, Marion 5 near Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°11'15", long 81°59'25", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.15, T.15 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on north side of County Road 314 (Sharpes Ferry Road), 0.1 mi east of Ocklawaha River, and 7.6 mi east of Ocala. Owner: Florida Department of Transportation. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 135 ft, cased to 135 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder with data-collection platform--30 minute recording interval.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 39.83 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of reducer, 2.55 ft above land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Well records used to determine flow of Silver Springs.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1933 to July 1947 (weekly); August 1947 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily mean water level, 55.42 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 14, 1960; lowest, 41.82 ft above

NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MEAN VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

44.76 44.80 44.88 44.91 44.88 44.86

44.93 44.75 44.85 44.70 44.56 44.49

44.31 44.34 44.21 44.10 44.17 43.99

43.89 43.85 43.90 43.88 43.84 43.71

43.64 43.68 43.58 43.53 43.44 43.18

43.20 43.39 43.38 43.34 43.26 43.18

43.14 43.07 43.12 43.06 42.89 42.84

42.61 42.54 42.42 42.39 42.28 42.23

42.04 42.03 42.02 42.02 42.24 42.46

42.71 42.87 42.98 43.09 43.46 43.90

44.13 44.24 44.44 44.71 44.82 44.95

45.25 45.42 45.46 --­ --­ ---

MAX

44.96

44.93

44.44

44.10

43.78

43.52

43.19

42.82

42.46

43.90

44.95

45.47

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 44.96 MAX 45.47

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--291115082102901. USGS Well CE-31 replacement at Ocala, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°11'15", long 82°10'29", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.14, T.15 S., R.21 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, 0.25 mi west of Alternate U.S. Highway 27, and 0.1 mi north of State Highway 40, about 2 mi west of Ocala. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 55 ft, cased to 27 feet. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 72.66 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.4 ft above land-surface datum. REMARKS.--Record is equivalent to that for CE-31 (291120082102501), available November 1935 to May 1983. PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1986 to current year (bimonthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 49.88 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 13, 1998; lowest measured, 39.40 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 2, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26

42.22

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 11

41.69

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE FEB 19 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

40.78

APR 08

40.42

JUN 03

39.72

JUN 03, 2002

HIGHEST

42.22

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

39.72

JUL 31

40.65

OCT 26, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--291849081411401. Lake George Well near Salt Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°18'49", long 81°41'14", in SE1⁄4 sec.42, Joseph M. Hernandez Grant, T.13 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on a sand trail, on the east side of State Highway 19, 3.8 mi southeast of Salt Springs. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in, depth 298 ft, cased to 267.50 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--30-minute interval.

Prior to April 5, 2002, monthly measurements with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 18.92 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.51 ft above land-surface datum.

COOPERATION.--Since October 1985 until March 2002 records provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by

U.S. Geological Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1983 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to March 2002 (monthly); April 2002 to September

2002.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 17.70 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 28, 1995; lowest measured,

12.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE OCT 24 NOV 27 WATER YEAR 2002

WATER LEVEL 17.53 17.10 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE DEC 18 JAN 29 14.32

WATER

LEVEL

DATE

16.66 15.91

FEB 22 MAR 21

MAY 17, 2002

15.74

15.49

HIGHEST

17.53

OCT 24, 2001

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

--­ -----------

-------------

-------------

--­ -----------

-------------

-------------

14.93 14.87 14.82 14.74 14.72 14.62

14.43 14.38 14.26 14.27 14.37 14.30

14.21 14.24 14.18 14.22 14.35 14.39

14.54 14.65 14.62 14.68 14.75 14.82

15.02 15.20 15.28 15.40 15.44 15.69

16.09 16.22 16.32 16.45 16.58 16.55

MAX

---

---

---

---

---

---

14.95

14.60

14.39

14.83

15.69

16.60

WTR YR 2002

MAX 16.60

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--292200081510001. USGS Well CE-84 near Salt Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°22'00", long 81°51'00", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.13, T.13 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of State Highway 316, 2.5 mi east of Ocklawaha River at Eureka, 7.5 mi west of Salt Springs, and 8.0 mi east of Fort McCoy. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 90 ft, cased to 53 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 91.72 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.38 ft above land-surface datum.

COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 records provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological

Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1970 to September 1977; October 1977 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 30.92 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 28, 1979; lowest measured, 21.31 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 16, 1992.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 17

24.05 24.86 25.16

JAN 28 FEB 22 MAR 21

25.08 24.88 24.60

APR 19 MAY 17 23

24.25 23.97 23.88

JUN 19 JUL 29 AUG 26

23.61 23.39 23.38

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.38

AUG 26, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 19 23

23.66 23.65

25.16

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 17, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--292543081513301. M-0471 Forest Road 75 well near Salt Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°25'43", long 81°51'33", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.23, T.12 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on northwest corner of Forest Roads 75 and 97 in the Ocala National Forest, 7.8 mi northeast of Fort McCoy and 9.2 mi northwest of Salt Springs. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 380 ft, cased to 317 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 136.86 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.76 ft below land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 2002 to September 2002 (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 20.43 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 23, 2002; lowest measured,

19.02 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 19, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

APR 19 MAY 23

19.02 19.24

JUN 19 JUL 29

19.49 19.68

AUG 26 SEP 19

19.90 20.40

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

19.02

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 23

20.43

APR 19, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

20.43

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 23, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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MARION COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--292546081513301. USGS Well CE-67 near Salt Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°25'46", long 81°51'33", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.23, T.12 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on northwest corner of Forest Roads 75 and 97 in the Ocala National Forest, 7.8 mi northeast of Fort McCoy, and 9.2 mi northwest of Salt Springs. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 340 ft, cased to 307 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 137.84 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in cap, 2.20 ft above land-surface datum.

COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 records provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological

Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1964 to November 1967 (monthly); January 1968 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to

February 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 24.60 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 29, 1965; lowest measured, 17.33 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 21, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 01

18.47

OCT 24

19.02

NOV 26

19.64

DEC 17

19.67

JAN 28

19.45

FEB 22

19.57

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

18.47

OCT 01, 2001

HIGHEST

19.67

DEC 17, 2001

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

157

MARION COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

285900082072001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1145 1255

USGS OBSER WELL CE36 AT PEDRO, FL.

42.10 47.44

285930081430901

05-13-02 09-13-02

1030 0933

SR 42 W OF ALTOONA

48.02 50.75

285933082192501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1400 1445

85921901

35.22 37.99

285953081590101

05-13-02 09-16-02

1515 1115

M-0467

290130082082001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1200 1330

90120801 USGS OB WELL CE35 NR PEDRO FL

42.18 47.22

290227082250801

05-14-02 09-18-02

1300 1550

90222501

50.62 52.44

290306082032101

05-13-02 09-16-02

1445 1230

M-0465 BELLEVIEW ELEM SCHOOL AT BELLEVIEW,FL

47.73 46.79

290312082190601

05-14-02 09-16-02

1350 1525

90321901

42.32 45.14

290327081562001

05-13-02 09-16-02

1600 1045

M-0445 TIGER DEN NR OKLAWAHA,FL

45.13 49.48

290447082250901

05-14-02 09-18-02

1205 1515

90422501

16S19E20 CE 13 U S GEOL SURVEY

31.29 32.28

290614082274801

05-16-02 09-18-02

0720 0800

90622701

16S18E11 SCE 170 RAINBOWS END GOLF CRS

31.54 31.22

290628081425301

06-04-02 09-19-02

0815 0700

LOOKOUT TOWER BOMBING RANGE DEEP, ASTOR PARK

45.61 48.13

290739082245701

05-14-02 09-18-02

1145 1500

90722401

15S19E32 CE 12 U S GEOL SURVEY

32.66 33.61

290752082271101

05-16-02 09-18-02

0750 0835

90722701

15S18E35 SCE 116 RAINBOW ACRES

32.43 33.28

290822082310101

05-16-02 09-18-02

0825 0900

90823101

15S18E32 LAKE BONABLE

39.34 40.71

290910082315001

05-16-02 09-18-02

0845 0945

90923101

15S18E30 SCE 138 LITTLE LAKE BONABLE

38.15 39.40

290913082245601

05-16-02 09-18-02

0930 1025

90922401

15S19E29 SCE 118 LAKE TROPICANA

33.58 34.67

290953082031301

05-14-02 09-20-02

0645 0700

CE79 (M0038) OB WELL NR SILVER SPRINGS, FL

17S20E20 CE 24 U S GEOL SURVEY

LAKE WEIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NR LADY LAKE,FL

16S19E31 CE 75 U S GEOL SURVEY

16S20E33 CE 22 U S GEOL SURVEY

43.99 49.59

39.67 42.70

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

158

MARION COUNTY--Continued

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

15S18E13 HERSHEL KYPER ROMEO

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

291056082263201

05-16-02 09-18-02

1040 1045

91022601



291117081540501

05-14-02 09-20-02

0815 0845

REDWATER

LAKE DEEP WELL NR LYNNE (SJ M-0044)

44.43 48.63

291140082052701

05-14-02 09-20-02

0745 0745

91120501

USGS OB WELL CE80 AT OCALA FL

40.19 42.78

291600081550001

05-14-02 09-20-02

0850 0820

91615501

USGS OB WELL CE55 NR SALT SPRINGS, FL

41.25 43.91

291625082085901

05-14-02 09-19-02

1030 1520

M-0419

MARION CTY SHERRIF NR OCALA,FL

39.91 42.47

291728081390501

05-17-02 09-19-02

1055 0900

PONDEROSA

CLUB FREEFLOW

12.85 14.75

291751081414301

05-17-02 09-19-02

1040 0830

OCALA

NF 4IN SHALLOW WELL(M-0413)

16.37 18.53

292101082233601

05-16-02

1635

92122301

13S19E15 HOMESTEADER NURSERY

41.08

292146082182501

05-16-02 09-18-02

1610 1215

92121801



13S20E09 SR 316 WELL SRWMD

43.32 43.17

292204082022801

05-16-02 09-19-02

1545 1200

FT

MCCOY DEEP

45.21 47.54

292310081582201

05-16-02 09-19-02

1520 1400

M-0463

FT MCCOY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NR FT MCCOY,FL

46.37 56.07

292554082034501

05-16-02 09-19-02

1315 1320

M-0443

CITRA RANCH NR CITRA,FL

50.44 52.90

292656082125001

05-16-02 09-18-02

1255 1330

M-0351



45.24 45.32

292718082202601

05-16-02 09-18-02

1230 1305

92722001



12S20E18 MAHAFFEY WELL

47.30 47.50

292816082234501

05-16-02 09-18-02

1205 1245

92822301



12S19E03 SMITH BROTHERS WACAHOOTA

47.61 45.96

292817081483602

05-17-02 09-19-02

0920 1115

OCALA

NF 6IN DP WELL(M-0410)NR SALT SPRINGS,FL

18.40 19.82

292957081573002

05-16-02 09-19-02

1500 1245

M-0441

G&M CATTLE RANCH NR ORANGE SPRINGS,FL

50.01 52.67

SPORTSMAN COVE

34.65 35.81

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 17 NASSAU COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4 5 6

303435081271401 303518081275002 303823081273304 304005081380201 304213081270801 304410081592101

162 163 163 164 164 165

WATER RESOURCES DATA FOR FLORIDA, 2002

Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

Figure 17.--Location of wells in Nassau County.

161

162

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

NASSAU COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--303435081271401. Local Number N-46. Amelia Island Corporation Well at Amelia City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°34'35", long 81°27'14", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.14, T.2 N., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070205 at Amelia Island waterworks, 200 ft east of water storage tanks, and 1.1 mi south of intersection of State Highways A1A and 105A at Amelia City. Owner: Amelia Island Corporation. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, commercial, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,016 ft, cased to 492 ft.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1975-78, 1983-89 (varied frequencies); 1996 to current year (quarterly).

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

OCT 25... JAN 24... APR 25... JUL 25...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1100

597

1000 1330 1230

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

COLOR (PLAT­ INUM­ COBALT UNITS) (00080)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

7.1

24.5

<5

270

55.0

31.0

17.0

2.00

E146

130

23.0

598

7.0

23.0

<5

270

54.0

32.0

17.0

2.00

150

120

23.0

595

7.2

24.0

5

260

56.0

30.0

17.0

2.00

149

120

23.0

598

7.2

24.0

<5

270

58.0

31.0

18.0

2.00

150

120

23.0

Date

OCT

25... JAN

24... APR

25... JUL

25... < -- Less than

E -- Estimated value

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.6

30.0

389

540

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31.0

383

530

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30.0

405

530

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32.0

385

550

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NASSAU COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--303518081275002. Local Number N-130 Well at Amelia City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°35'18", long 81°27'50", in land grant 12, T.2 N., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070205, at McCranie residence on Forrest Drive, 0.4 mi west of State Highway A1A at Amelia City. Owner: Michael McCranie. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 600 ft, cased to 515 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 14.76 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of reducer bushing, 1.0 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--Water level affected by pumping of nearby wells. Record is equivalent to that for N-3 (303518081275001), available

March 1939 to January 2000.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 2000 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 25.76 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 2002; lowest measured, 16.15 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19

18.67 21.06

DEC 17 JAN 28

23.96 23.86

FEB 25 MAR 25

25.76 24.26

APR 22 JUN 24

19.81 17.96

JUL 30 AUG 26

17.76 17.45

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

17.45

AUG 26, 2002

HIGHEST

25.76

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 16

21.76

FEB 25, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--303823081273304. Local Number N-62. ITT Rayonier No. 8 Well at Fernandina Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°38'23", long 81°27'33", in land grant 30, T.3 N., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070205, 30 ft west of State Highway A1A, and 200 ft north of intersection of State Highways A1A and 108, in Fernandina Beach. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 1,020 ft, cased to 565 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 17.60 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.36 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--Well originally drilled to 2,130 ft in 1945, later reconstructed to 1,020 ft in 1991.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1994 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 13.23 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25,26, 2001; lowest, 30.01 ft

below NGVD of 1929, June 25, 1999.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

-11.84 -11.43 -13.52 -14.84 -14.03 -14.26

-12.59 -13.38 -11.48 -10.44 -11.56 -11.82

-12.69 -10.41 -5.71 -13.60 -11.83 -9.71

-10.00 -10.32 -9.39 -7.56 -7.94 -10.13

-9.91 -9.36 -8.22 5.27 9.71 -1.14

1.39 2.21 -2.46 -9.42 -9.05 -9.59

-10.66 -12.10 -10.94 -13.99 -12.27 -14.15

-15.80 -16.95 -17.35 -16.18 -16.10 -17.48

-17.14 -15.86 -17.59 -14.41 -12.96 -14.45

-15.65 -16.83 -15.97 -16.54 -16.11 -16.51

-14.64 -14.31 -12.67 -14.54 -15.41 -13.46

-13.07 -14.00 -11.36 -13.25 -12.70 -12.03

MAX

-10.48

-10.44

-5.71

-7.46

10.00

3.54

-9.39

-13.85

-12.62

-14.45

-11.43

-10.99

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 13.23 MAX 10.00

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

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NASSAU COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--304005081380201. Local Number N-121. Becker Oil Test Supply Well near Yulee, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°40'05", long 81°38'02", in land grant 50, T.3 N., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070205, 0.2 mi east of Yulee Fire Tower, 0.42 mi southeast of intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Parker Road, and 3.0 mi northwest of Yulee. Owner: ITT Rayonier Incorporated. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 645 ft, cased to 460 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 21.87 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of reducing fitting, 1.45 ft above land-surface

datum.

REMARKS.--Record is equivalent to that for N-53 (304002081381201), available February 1940 to June 1994.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1984, August 1985, August 1994 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 33.82 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 27, 1998; lowest measured, 23.23 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 19 DEC 17

27.24 27.21 27.71

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

28.06 28.38 28.82

APR 22 MAY 13 28

27.83 25.82 25.26

JUN 24 JUL 30 AUG 26

24.55 24.96

25.80

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

24.55

JUN 24, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

26.32

28.82

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

MAR 25, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--304213081270801. Local Number N-19. Fort Clinch State Park Well at Fernandina Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°42'13", long 81°27'08", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.12, T.3 N., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070204, at picnic area in Fort Clinch State Park at Fernandina Beach. Owner: Florida Department of Environmental Protection. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 5 in., depth 710 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 8.41 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 5 in. casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum. REMARKS.--Water level affected by pumping of nearby wells. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1974, December 1974 to December 1975 (monthly); May 1977 to September 1978 (semiannually); April 1979 to

September 1981 (bimonthly); May 1982 to September 1985 (semiannually); October 1985 to November 1985 (bimonthly); December

1985 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 9.33 ft above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 27, 1998, Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1,

2001; lowest water level measured, 30.30 ft below NGVD of 1929, Sept. 25, 1978.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

-8.95 -9.10 -8.96 -9.63 -10.12 -9.69

-8.18 -9.05 -10.07 -8.41 -9.22 -8.80

-8.56 -8.06 -8.35 -8.99 -10.56 -7.88

-8.76 -8.32 -7.92 -5.59 -6.91 -6.87

-6.75 -6.48 -5.71 -5.22 -1.07 2.49

--8.30 2.19 -2.02 -3.47 -4.48

-7.54 -6.71 -5.12 -6.35 -7.28 -7.27

-9.27 -9.86 -10.79 -12.01 -11.45 -14.32

-12.20 -11.56 -11.71 -11.21 -9.80 -8.63

-10.40 -11.08 -10.03 -10.43 -10.97 -10.65

-9.28 -9.17 -8.71 -9.27 -9.86 -10.34

-10.49 -10.63 -8.98 -10.42 -9.88 -8.05

MAX

-7.80

-7.59

-7.08

-4.99

2.49

8.84

-4.47

-7.17

-8.63

-9.41

-8.18

-8.05

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 9.33 MAX 8.84

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

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NASSAU COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--304410081592101. Local Number N-120. Humphreys Mining No. 2 Well near Boulogne, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°44'22", long 81°59'18", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.26, T.4 N., R. 23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03070204, 200 ft west of State Highway 121, and 2.2 mi southwest of intersection of U.S. Highway 1 and State Highway 121 in Boulogne. Owner: Mrs. Greenwood. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 18 to 12 in., depth 923 ft, cased to 525 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 96.12 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of metal base at land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1985 to January 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 46.00 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 26, 1986; lowest measured, 35.12 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 24, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25

37.73

NOV 19

37.55

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.55

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 17

37.78

NOV 19, 2001

WATER LEVEL

DATE JAN 28 HIGHEST

38.02

38.02

JAN 28, 2002

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STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

302409081551603

05-13-02 09-16-02

0800 0815

N-0237 CAREY STATE FORREST

35.55 35.75

303357081295601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1120 1035

N-119

29.17 29.67

303541081495001

05-13-02 09-16-02

0835 0845

N-0220 NASSAU COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

38.45 39.25

303658081422601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1020 0945

N-50

33.49 34.99

303939081312601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1100 1020

N-20

2.13 4.16

304410081592101

10-25-01 11-19-01 12-17-01

0735 1015 0820

N-120 HUMPHREYS MINING NO. 2

37.73 37.55 37.78

304410081592101

01-28-02

0920

N-120 HUMPHREYS MINING NO. 2

38.02

304658081571201

05-13-02 09-16-02

0950 0910

N-0221

36.74 35.42

CHARLES ALLEN WELL N-100 SUB

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OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

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Page number

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273127080481401

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Figure 18.--Location of wells in Okeechobee County.

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OKEECHOBEE COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--273127080481401. OK-1 Well at Fort Drum, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°31'27", long 80°48'14", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.11, T.34 S., R.35 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 200 ft south of dirt road, 0.2 mi east of U.S. Highway 441 at Fort Drum, and 13.4 mi south of State Road 60. Owner: Charles Pierce. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 960 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 55.67 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.3 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to Oct. 1, 1990 miscellaneous readings published at datum 0.53 higher. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976, May 1977 to September 1985 (semiannually); October 1985 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.66 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 18, 1985; lowest measured, 38.91 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 8, 1976, Apr. 27, 1999.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 26 DEC 20

45.01 45.10 44.05

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

43.85 43.97 42.85

APR 22 MAY 14 28

42.20 40.06 40.93

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

41.96 44.38 44.88

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

40.06

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

45.07

45.10

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

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STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

271340080504001

05-15-02 09-26-02

0847 0753

OKF-31

42.44 51.67

271514080511601

05-15-02 09-26-02

0925 0843

OKF-23 NR LIVESTOCK MARKET

40.25 43.97

272010080550801

05-15-02 09-26-02

1022 0935

DIXIE RANCH (OKF-17)

42.79 47.24

272158080470901

05-23-02 09-30-02

1325 1415

JONES WELL S DARK HAMMOCK RD (OKF-7)

42.42 46.35

272354080524201

05-14-02 09-17-02

0914 0949

MACARTHUR TRAILER PASTURE 12IN UFA NR BASINGER,FL

36.83 42.27

272704081053501

05-23-02

1415

727105--

44.56

272726081003901

05-23-02

1405

727100--

273007081114601

05-14-02 09-30-02

1243 1045

OKF-42 EXP WELL S65C

42.13 47.21

273028080542101

05-14-02 09-17-02

1041 1107

WILLAWAY CATTLE CO 12IN UFA NR FORT DRUM,FL

42.80 47.85

273217081012601

05-23-02 09-26-02

1340 0959

PEAVINE TRAIL W (OKF-34)

42.41 46.97

273726080471701

05-17-02

1213

73704701 LATT MAXCY J-1 NE OF FORT DRUM, FL

34.80

35S33E02 BASS WELL N OF BASSINGER

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ORANGE COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--282051081183401. Boggy Creek Road Well at county line near Taft, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°20'51", long 81°18'34", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.34, T.24 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, 40 ft east of Boggy Creek Road (County Road 527A) and 30 ft north of intersection of County Roads 527A and 530. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 400 ft, cased to 199 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder and data-collection platform--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 74.70 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of flange, 3.25 ft above

land-surface datum. Prior to January 2001 measuring point top of casing 3.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--June 1961 to May 1974 (miscellaneous measurements); May 1977 to September 1991(semiannually); October 1991 to

December 2001 (monthly); January 2001 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 53.92 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 12, 1963, lowest measured,

34.92 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

47.36 46.98 46.95 46.97 47.27 47.22

47.55 47.12 47.33 47.30 47.12 46.87

46.49 46.46 46.31 46.16 46.11 46.03

46.05 46.02 46.00 46.13 46.10 45.78

45.51 45.72 45.87 45.75 46.15 46.25

46.04 46.01 45.81 45.21 44.54 44.17

43.63 43.24 43.34 43.65 43.20 42.97

42.27 41.60 41.00 41.09 41.29 41.68

42.06 42.38 42.92 43.84 45.04 45.68

46.36 46.53 46.86 46.87 47.14 47.11

47.51 47.77 47.87 48.18 48.09 48.65

----­ --­ 48.92 49.02 48.81

MAX

47.51

47.55

46.83

46.17

46.38

46.40

44.11

42.88

45.68

47.14

48.65

49.07

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 47.66 MAX 49.07

WELL NUMBER.--282202081384601. Lake Oliver Deep Well near Vineland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'02", long 81°38'46", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.30, T.24 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on west side of State Highway 545, 1.4 mi north of U.S. Highway 192, and 15.0 mi west of Vineland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 318 ft, cased to 103 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder and data-collection platform--30-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 117.12 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. nipple, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1959 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 112.73 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1960; lowest, 103.48 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 19, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

108.22 108.16 108.13 108.03 107.94 107.77

107.85 107.66 107.74 107.59 107.50 107.28

107.18 107.25 107.15 106.99 107.05 106.97

107.03 106.75 107.10 107.03 106.97 106.83

106.66 106.78 106.72 106.25 107.20 107.03

107.11 106.99 106.77 106.70 106.78 106.62

106.57 106.35 106.47 106.44 106.18 106.44

106.09 105.90 105.88 105.91 105.75 105.62

105.46 105.58 105.74 106.58 107.46 108.01

108.21 108.30 108.30 108.21 108.57 108.66

108.84 108.89 109.08 109.16 109.22 110.17

110.25

110.12

110.11

110.62

111.10

110.97

MAX

108.46

107.85

107.36

107.13

107.24

107.18

106.62

106.37

108.01

108.71

110.17

111.18

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 108.71

MAX 111.18

SEP

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ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--28220208l384602. Lake Oliver Shallow Well near Vineland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'02", long 81°38'46", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.30, T.24 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on west side of State Highway 545, 1.4 mi north of U.S. Highway 192, and 15.0 mi west of Vineland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Tertiary Quaternary Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 38 ft, revised, well deepened June 1982. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder and data-collection platform--30-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 117.06 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. coupling, 2.48 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1959 to December 1969; January 1974 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 115.54 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 10, 1960; lowest, 106.16 ft, above NGVD of 1929, June 14, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

110.37 110.28 110.20 110.11 110.04 109.95

109.91 109.84 109.80 109.74 109.70 109.62

109.55 109.50 109.44 109.36 109.30 109.22

109.24 109.18 109.20 109.17 109.12 109.06

109.00 108.97 108.93 108.88 109.41 109.44

109.34 109.26 109.17 109.08 108.99 108.89

108.82 108.74 108.69 108.65 108.57 108.64

108.51 108.42 108.32 108.28 108.22 108.11

108.01 107.95 108.02 108.83 109.76 110.18

110.39 110.24 110.22 110.12 110.54 110.73

110.86 110.95 111.16 111.26 111.38 113.02

112.82 112.62 112.61 --­ 114.02 113.77

MAX

110.47

109.94

109.60

109.25

109.45

109.43

108.88

108.62

110.18

110.77

113.02

114.03

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 110.84 MAX 114.03

WELL NUMBER.--282210081352601. Disney Shallow Well at Tree Farm near Vineland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'10" long 81°35'26", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.26, T.24 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, at Walt Disney World tree farm, 2.5 mi south of State Highway 405, and 5.6 mi southwest of Vineland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 18 ft, cased to 18 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--30-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 99.44 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to Oct. 1, 1977, land-surface datum was considered to be 99 ft, from topographic map. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.90 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1969 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 99.91 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 3, 1987; well observed dry many days in December 1995. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

97.63 97.37 97.41 97.15 97.12 96.21

96.06 95.91 95.87 95.76 95.62 95.50

95.37 95.28 95.17 95.05 94.94 94.82

95.00 94.94 94.90 94.93 94.81 94.67

94.57 94.57 94.52 94.43 95.46 95.49

95.40 95.27 95.13 94.98 94.84 94.70

94.58 94.46 94.56 94.62 94.49 94.46

94.36 94.31 94.33 94.48 94.42 94.24

94.13 94.16 94.64 95.96 97.56 98.50

98.20 98.33 98.17 98.22 98.98 97.95

98.13 98.21 98.74 98.16 97.96 98.34

98.20

97.52

--­

--­

--­

--­

MAX

97.79

96.15

95.47

95.01

95.50

95.48

94.68

94.48

98.50

98.98

98.81

98.24

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 99.62

MAX 98.98

SEP

176

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282341081040101. Cocoa-A Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°23'41", long 81°04'01", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.13, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 100 ft west of Cocoa Water Plant Road, 7 mi west of State Highway 520, and 11.3 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 516 ft, cased to 301 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 75.06 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.71 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1960 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 43.59 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 30, Oct. 17, 1960; lowest,

29.01 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 10, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1970-72, 1992 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

36.49 36.34 36.40 36.33 36.50 36.55

36.89 36.65 36.97 36.93 36.73 36.56

36.25 36.26 36.05 35.92 35.90 35.76

35.58 35.33 35.34 35.48 35.56 35.35

35.24 35.27 35.52 35.45 35.56 35.52

35.39 35.48 35.35 34.96 34.51 34.04

33.76 33.43 33.41 33.52 33.30 32.96

32.36 31.83 31.42 31.40 31.74 31.94

32.01 32.25 32.55 32.95 33.73 34.19

34.74 35.08 35.39 35.59 35.71 35.64

35.94 36.14 36.22 36.47 36.50 36.60

36.90

37.01

36.79

36.78

36.85

36.72

MAX

36.57

36.97

36.51

35.89

35.77

35.76

34.02

32.86

34.19

35.71

36.60

37.01

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 36.97

MAX 37.01

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

MAY 01... SEP 04...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1500

1130

1123

1170

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

7.3

23.9

360

118

15.0

7.3

23.9

370

119

17.0

Date

MAY

01... SEP

04...

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930) 93.0 100

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

2.90

282

278

62.0

150

3.20

282

261

68.0

160

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.4

28.0

675

1770

.4

28.0

699

1890

177

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282348080564701. Palmetto Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°23'48", long 80°56'47", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.18, T.24 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 50 ft west of State Road 520, 5 mi southeast of BeeLine Expressway. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 381 ft, cased to 245 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 40.62 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 4.60 ft above land-surface datum.

Prior to March 25, 2002 top of casing was 0.33 ft lower.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1960 to September 1991 (semiannually); October 1991 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.32 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 25, 1960; lowest measured,

29.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26 DEC 19

40.83 36.22 35.64

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

34.98 35.00 34.24

APR 23 MAY 13 28

32.88 30.81 31.02

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

32.25 35.01 35.41

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

30.81

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 24

35.89

36.22

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

178

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282406081093602. Cocoa R near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°24'06" long 81°09'36", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.18, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, in Cocoa Well field, 50 ft west of private road, 2.5 mi southwest of Magnolia Ranch headquarters and 1.8 mi south of Wewahootee Road. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 1205 ft, cased to 1098 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 68.20 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of threaded coupling, 2.42 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1993 to February 1999 (monthly); March 1999 to September 2001 (bimonthly); October 2001 to

September 2002 (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 39.40 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 1998; lowest measured,

29.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 23, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1993, 1995, 1999 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2000 TO SEPTEMBER 2001

Date

NOV 14... JAN 31... APR 24... JUL 24... SEP 10...

Time

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1630

32.80

--

--

1015

31.62

--

--

--

--

--

1050

--

2000

7.8

24.5

340

90.0

1135

34.28

2520

--

27.1

--

1210

34.74

2330

7.5

27.0

900

Date

NOV

14... JAN

31... APR

24... JUL

24... SEP

10...

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



-245

-18.0 -66.0

--

--

--

--



60.0

2.50

105

103

150

-190

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

360

--

--

--



360

--

--

--



110

.2

13.0

637

37100

370

--

--

--



380

.2

17.0

1740

12400

--

--

--



7.10

141

128

610

179

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282406081093602. Cocoa R near Bithlo, FL.---Continued.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1340

36.16

2440

1055

35.07

2410

1345

32.40

1348

36.80

Time

DEC 04... FEB 25... APR 29... SEP 04...

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

--

27.7

--

27.4

2440

7.3

2430

7.4

Date

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

--

--

--

--

--



--

--

--

--

--



239

62.0

200

7.30

138

144

590

236

63.0

210

7.50

143

158

590

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

--

--

--

--

27.4

870

27.3

860

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

370

--

--

--



380

--

--

--



390

.2

16.0

1700

12300

390

.2

18.0

1670

12700

DEC

04... FEB

25... APR

29... SEP

04...

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

WELL NUMBER.--282434081283102. Sea World Drive Replacement Well near Vineland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°24'34", long 81°28'31", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.11, T.24 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on west side of Interstate Highway 4, 2.0 mi northeast of Vineland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 239 ft, cased to 158 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 103.16 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of coupling, 4.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Record is equivalent to that for Sea World Drive Well (282434081283101), available October 1980 to September 1989.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1989 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 67.83 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 2, 3, 1998; lowest water

level measured, 49.57 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 27, 2000, may have been lower during period of missing record, May-June

2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

60.03 58.93 58.28 58.07 59.08 59.36

59.24 58.93 58.87 58.79 58.81 58.55

58.71 58.29 57.87 57.87 58.15 57.33

58.40 57.65 58.07

57.92 58.51

57.82 58.75

57.33 58.52

58.61 57.93 59.04

59.02 57.81 57.12 56.65 55.52 55.12

54.93 54.10 54.55 54.59 53.83 53.90

52.57 51.76 51.43 51.43 51.73 52.27

52.78 53.95 54.92 --55.89 ---

--60.48 60.51 --60.08 ---

-------------

---

---

---

---

63.08

62.86

MAX

61.15

59.33

58.71

58.89

59.15

55.32

53.73

56.69

60.56

---

63.32

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 61.37

MAX 63.32

JAN

59.10

180

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282510081054501. Cocoa-1 Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'10", long 81°05'45", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.10, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 300 ft southwest of intersection of private road (abandoned FEC Railroad grade owned by Magnolia Ranch) and Wewahootee Road, and 9.1 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 20 in., depth 710 ft, cased to 316 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 70.26 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in cap, 2.30 ft above land-surface

datum. Prior August 31, 1988 at elevation 0.23 ft lower; August 31, 1988 to October 1, 2001 at elevation of 0.07 ft higher.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--1966, 1967, 1969 (annually); January 1971 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to September 2000 (bimonthly);

November 2000 to March 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 39.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 21, 1994; lowest measured,

29.49 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1964, 1967, 1968, 1989 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 29 NOV 26

37.33 38.07

DEC 19 JAN 28

37.23 37.01

FEB 25 MAR 25

37.48 36.12

MAY 13 SEP 23

31.26 38.37

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.26

MAY 13, 2002

DATE

HIGHEST

38.37

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 23, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

Time

APR

30...

1000

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH

WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

927

7.4

24.4

Date

APR

30...

HARD-

CALCIUM NESS

TOTAL DIS(MG/L SOLVED AS

(MG/L CACO3) AS CA) (00900) (00915)

350

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC

WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­

RIDE,

DIS­

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS CL)

(00940)

13.0

64.0

2.10

245

245

83.0

100

120

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.2

23.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

562

1310

181

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282528081340901. Bay Lake Deep Well near Windermere, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'28", long 81°34'09", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.1, T.24 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on north shore of Bay Lake, 0.8 mi northeast of Magic Kingdom Theme Park, and 5.3 mi southwest of Windermere. Owner: Reedy Creek Improvement District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 223 ft, cased to 104 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder and data-collection platform--15-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 97.10 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 4.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1966 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 96.91 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 31, 1966; lowest, 77.37 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 10, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

85.67 84.84 84.90 84.66 85.14 85.30

85.31 84.44 85.01 84.88 84.72 84.82

84.85 84.73 84.69 84.54 84.49 84.35

84.21 84.88 85.24 85.05 84.73 84.51

84.20 84.61 84.48 84.35 84.89 85.24

85.10 84.70 84.08 83.91 83.40 82.44

82.36 82.34 82.70 82.69 81.34 81.76

81.47 80.18 80.40 --­ 80.47 80.19

80.31 80.79 81.49 82.48 84.00 84.77

85.25 85.50 85.80 85.25 85.65 85.71

86.04 86.17 ----86.69 ---

87.46 87.54 87.73 87.99 88.70 88.71

MAX

86.21

85.31

85.05

85.32

85.24

85.25

83.00

81.73

84.81

85.81

86.74

88.91

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 86.44 MAX 88.91

182

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282530081065601. OR614 Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'30", long 81°06'56", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.4, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 200 ft north of Wewahootee Road, and 8.1 mi east of State Highway 15, and 7.0 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 1,250 ft, cased to 1,170 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 66.40 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.95 ft above

land-surface datum. Prior to Dec. 23, 1997, measuring point 0.40 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1995 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to September 2001 (bimonthly); October 2001 to September 2002

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 39.96 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 1998; lowest measured,

29.74 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 23, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1996 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... FEB 25... APR 30... SEP 05...

Time

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

1232

35.35

2240

--

24.6

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



1455

34.88

1105

32.16

2230

--

25.5

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



2320

7.3

27.5

720

195

53.0

210

8.10

154

158

440

1145

36.12

2230

7.5

28.1

700

192

51.0

210

8.10

154

164

430

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

370

--

--

Date

DEC

03... FEB

25... APR

30... SEP

05...

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

--



370

--

--

--

400

.2

17.0

1510

12200



380

.2

19.0

1450

12600

183

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282530081065602. OR615 Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'30", long 81°06'56", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.4, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 200 ft north of Wewahootee Road, and 8.1 mi east of State Highway 15, and 7.0 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 1,050 ft, cased to 900 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 66.44 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.75 ft above

land-surface datum. Prior to Dec. 17, 1997, measuring point 0.20 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1996 to March 1999 (monthly); April 1999 to August 2000 (bimonthly); November 2000 to current year

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 38.57 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 1998; lowest measured,

29.79 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 23, 2001.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1989, 1996 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2000 TO SEPTEMBER 2001

Date

NOV 14... JAN 30... APR 23... JUL 25... SEP 10...

Time

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1255

31.81

--

--

1400

30.84

--

--

--

--

--

1100

--

573

7.7

27.0

240

63.0

0950

33.19

583

--

25.3

--

--

1540

33.89

570

7.4

27.0

240

65.0

Date

NOV

14... JAN

30... APR

23... JUL

25... SEP

10...

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



-6.80 -7.30

-17.0 -17.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

36.0

--

--

--



36.0

--

--

--



36.0

.5

16.0

396

45000

36.0

--

--

--



36.0

.5

17.0

389

44900

--

--

--



1.60

161

171

68.0

--

--

--



1.70

162

172

70.0

184

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282530081065602. OR615 Well near Bithlo, FL.---Continued.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... FEB 25... APR 30... SEP 05...

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

1335

35.49

566

1355

34.22

563

0922

31.64

1512

35.67

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

--

25.2

--

25.6

570

7.5

580

7.7

Date

DEC

03... FEB

25... APR

30... SEP

05...

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

--

--

--

--

--



--

--

--

--

--



17.0

1.60

160

160

73.0

17.0

1.70

163

156

70.0

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

--

--

--

--

26.7

240

65.0

7.10

26.3

250

69.0

7.30

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

36.0

--

--

--



36.0

--

--

--



36.0

.5

17.0

377

45000

36.0

.5

18.0

383

45600

185

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282530081065603. Cocoa-S Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'30", long 81°06'56", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.4, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 200 ft north of Wewahootee Road, and 8.1 mi east of State Highway 15, and 7.0 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: City of Cocoa. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 1,500 ft, cased to 1,428 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 66.58 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.40 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1996 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to September 2001 (bimonthly); October 2001 to September 2002

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 28.23 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 1998; lowest measured,

20.37 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 23, 2001.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1996 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... FEB 25... APR 29... SEP 05...

Time

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARD­ NESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTAS­ SIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

1220

25.43

21400

--

24.7

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



1550

24.86

1224

21.94

21300

--

24.9

--

--

--

--

--

--

--



22000

7.5

26.9

3100

499

440

3860

130

108

113

1620

1322

25.81

21600

7.5

28.4

3000

490

436

3880

136

108

115

1750

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

7110

--

--

6770

--

--

--



7060

.3

11.0

14500

13900

7350

.3

11.9

15000

14100

Date

DEC

03... FEB

25... APR

29... SEP

05...

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

--



186

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282531081054301. Cocoa-O Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'31", long 81°05'43", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.2, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 225 ft east of private road (abandoned FEC Railroad grade owned by Magnolia Ranch), 0.3 mi north of Wewahootee Road, 1.6 mi south of State Highway 528, and 8.6 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Hawthorn sand and gravel of the Intermediate Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 122 HTRNS.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 90 ft, cased to 70 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 68.60 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing, 3.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Water level affected by pumping of nearby well.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1970 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to September 2001 (bimonthly); October 2001 to September 2002

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 67.77 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 1, 1982; lowest measured,

8.25 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 23, 2001.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 2001 to current year.

ELEVATION AND WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 04... FEB 26... APR 30... SEP 05...

Time

ELEVATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET) (72020)

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCT­ ANCE (US/CM) (00095)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

0830

10.65

613

23.2

14.0

0940

19.84

--

--

--

0645

22.17

--

--

--

1528

23.50

--

--

--

187

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282531081095701. Cocoa-D Well near Narcoossee, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'31", long 81°09'57", in NE1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.1, T.24 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, on south side of Wewahootee Road, 5.1 mi west of State Highway 15, 2.5 mi west of Magnolia Ranch headquarters, and 9.7 mi northeast of Narcoossee. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 300 ft, cased to 226 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 75.91 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of shelf, 3.63 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1961 to October 1965 (bimonthly); November 1965 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 45.04 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 12, 1963; lowest daily maximum

water level, 25.97 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 6, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1961, 1968, 1980, 1992 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

35.53 35.25 34.11 34.48 36.78 36.61

35.60 35.20 36.85 36.33 35.64 35.74

35.58 34.77 35.31 34.17 35.37 33.81

35.23 34.15 34.57 34.28 33.55 33.41

32.50 32.86 32.84 32.71 --34.46

35.69 34.68 34.27 34.78 33.17 33.32

--------32.56 31.92

30.81 30.10 31.56 32.80 32.00 32.37

31.75 32.20 31.45 33.95 32.79 33.34

33.35 35.84 35.50 35.78 35.06 34.03

33.97 35.39 36.03 36.77 35.74 36.96

37.27

36.51

35.13

34.87

37.24

35.16

MAX

36.97

36.85

35.87

35.24

34.72

35.89

34.20

32.96

34.51

35.86

37.48

37.67

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 36.97

MAX 37.67

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

Date

Time

MAY 02... SEP 05...

0915

625

7.4

23.5

300

116

3.40

20.0

.80

324

334

<.40

11.0

1532

630

7.6

23.4

310

117

3.40

20.0

.80

327

314

.20

11.0

Date

MAY

02... SEP

05...

< -- Less than

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.2

31.0

387

480

.2

33.0

374

510

188

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--28253308l082202. Cocoa-C (Zone 1) Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'33", long 81°08'22", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 10 ft north of Wewahootee Road, 6.6 mi east of State Highway 15, and 10 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 1.25 in., depth 1,357 ft, cased to 1,351 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.71 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of male quick connect coupling,

2.85 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1965 (annually); February 1966 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to August 2000 (bimonthly);

November 2000 to current year (quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 43.81 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 6, 1965; lowest measured,

25.67 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 25, 2001.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

DEC 31

30.91

FEB 25

WATER YEAR 2002

WATER LEVEL 29.94 LOWEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

MAR 18

29.61

APR 29

27.36

27.36

APR 29, 2002

HIGHEST

31.52

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 05

31.52

SEP 05, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... MAR 18... APR 29... SEP 05...

Time

0950

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

12100

--

23.0

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3380

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

0947

--

--

23.6

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3370

1114

12100

7.7

23.3

2100

406

250

1820

62.0

110

103

1230

3370

0830

11500

7.7

24.1

1900

369

242

1880

65.0

41

38

1220

3340

Date

APR

29... SEP

05...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.3

12.0

.2

1.50

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

7840

11200

7160

11000

189

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282533081082204. Cocoa-C (Zone 3) Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'33", long 81°08'22", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 10 ft north of Wewahootee Road, 6.6 mi east of State Highway l5, and l0 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 1.25 in., depth 1,224 ft, cased to 1,218 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTAION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.77 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of male quick connect coupling

2.81 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1966 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to August 2000 (bimonthly); November 2000 to current year

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.27 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 2, 1970; lowest measured,

32.23 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 28, 1999.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DEC 03

37.43

DATE

WATER LEVEL

FEB 26

36.59

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE MAR 18 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

35.18

APR 29

34.03

APR 30

34.03

APR 29, 2002

HIGHEST

37.92

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

34.04

SEP 05

37.92

SEP 05, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... MAR 18... APR 30... SEP 05...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1052

887

0945 0820 1030

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

23.9

--



--





--



--

81.0

880

--

23.5

--



--





--



--

81.0

877

8.1

23.5

360

112

16.0

46.0

2.40

201

219

140

81.0

890

8.2

23.8

360

113

17.0

46.0

2.40

203

221

140

80.0

Date

APR

30... SEP

05...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

.2

20.0

568

9920

.2

21.0

563

10000

190

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282533081082205. Cocoa-C (Zone 4) Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'33", long 81°08'22", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, l0 ft north of Wewahootee Road, 6.6 mi east of State Highway 15, and 10.0 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 1.25 in., depth 1,050 ft, cased to 1,044 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.74 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of male quick connect coupling,

2.82 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1966 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to August 2000 (bimonthly); November 2000 to current year

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.27 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 31, 1969; lowest measured,

30.95 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 30, 1998.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

DEC 03

37.44

FEB 25

WATER YEAR 2002

WATER LEVEL 36.34 LOWEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

APR 29

33.96

APR 30

34.04

33.96

APR 29, 2002

HIGHEST

37.89

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 05

37.89

SEP 05, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

DEC 03... FEB 25... APR 30...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1054

605

1032 1025

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

--

23.9

--



--





--



--

37.0

598

--

23.4

--



607

7.9

23.9

280

81.0

Date

APR

30...



-7.00

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.3

22.0

19.0



--



--

37.0

1.40

230

225

36.0

37.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

402

41200

191

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282533081082206. Cocoa-C (Zone 5) Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°25'33", long 81°08'22", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.24 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in Cocoa well field, 10 ft north of Wewahootee Road, 6.6 mi east of State Highway 15, and 10 mi south of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 1,004 ft, cased to 248 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Quarterly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.72 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of male quick coupling, 2.82 ft

above land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Water level affected by pumping of nearby wells.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1966 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to August 2000 (bimonthly); November 2000 to current year

(quarterly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.18 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 4, 1969; lowest measured,

26.52 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 28, 1999.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1966 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2000 TO SEPTEMBER 2001

Date

Time

SEP 11...

0945

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1120

8.2

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

23.2

380

Date

SEP

11...

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

118

19.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.2

19.0

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

85.0

3.30

210

213

130

150

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

695

4850

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

DEC 03

35.09

FEB 25

34.05

APR 29

31.05

APR 30

31.08

SEP 05

35.29

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

31.05

APR 29, 2002

HIGHEST

35.29

SEP 05, 2002

192

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282533081082206. Cocoa-C (Zone 5) Well near Bithlo, FL.---Continued.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1320

1070

1332

1230

Time

APR 30... SEP 05...

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

8.0

23.5

360

113

18.0

8.2

23.4

390

119

21.0

Date

APR

30... SEP

05...

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930) 85.0 100

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

3.30

197

192

130

150

3.90

189

188

150

180

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.1

17.0

669

4900

.1

17.0

759

5880

WELL NUMBER.--282623081153801. Cocoa-P Well near Taft, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°26'23", long 81°15'38", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.31, T.23 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on east side of State Highway 15, 0.4 mi south of State Highway 528, and 7.2 mi east of Taft. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 439 ft, cased to 245 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 94.12 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.80 ft below

land-surface datum. Prior to April 5, 1999, elevation of land-surface datum was 91.48 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point:

Top of recorder shelf, 4.03 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1961 to January 1971 (bimonthly); March 1971 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 54.02 ft above NGVD of 1929, present datum, Apr. 14, 1961; lowest

daily maximum water level, 34.45 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 10, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

44.09 43.70 43.45 43.52 44.08 43.93

44.06 43.63 44.18 44.00 43.78 43.47

43.11 43.00 42.82 42.69 42.94 42.60

MAX

44.83

44.23

43.35

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 46.40

MAX 48.02

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

43.22

42.99

42.81

42.74

42.67

42.20

42.10 --42.50 42.20 43.37 43.38

42.89 42.48 42.20 41.66 40.85 40.24

40.45 39.84 ---------

-------------

-------------

----------44.40

45.80 45.37 45.67 45.94 45.40 47.38

47.70

46.90

46.03

46.74

46.84

45.90

43.29

43.77

43.31

40.46

---

---

44.40

47.38

48.02

193

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282738081341401. Lake Sawyer Well near Windermere, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°27'38", long 81°34'14", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.25, T.23 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on Overstreet Road, 0.6 mi west of State Highway 535, and 3.2 mi southwest of Windermere. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 178 ft, cased to 103 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder and data-collection platform--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 116.04 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of shelter floor, 2.88 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1980 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 87.98 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 20, 21, 1998; lowest, 70.36 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

79.88 78.93 79.14 78.23 79.33 78.81

79.72 78.27 79.76 78.93 79.27 77.96

79.03 78.32 77.97 78.72 79.06 78.07

77.67 78.75 79.04 78.96 79.05 78.69

78.52 78.39 78.90 78.46 79.24 79.22

79.40 78.21 78.40 77.27 77.75 75.93

76.94 75.60 76.90 76.09 74.79 74.68

74.50 73.61 73.50 74.49 73.81 74.64

74.28 75.35 76.05 77.07 78.36 78.95

79.53 79.25 79.75 78.74 79.90 79.82

80.14 80.50 81.20 81.56 81.73 82.16

82.43 82.56 82.49 83.00 83.37 82.92

MAX

80.41

79.83

79.10

79.48

79.44

79.43

77.07

75.14

78.95

80.18

82.16

83.45

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 80.57 MAX 83.45

WELL NUMBER.--282835081305201. Palm Lake Drive Well near Windermere, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°28'39", long 81°30'26", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.22, T.23 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, 2.0 mi southwest of Windermere, and 2.3 mi north of Doctor Phillips. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 235 ft, cased to 161 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--15-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 157.10 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of coupling, 2.56 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1980 to June 1981 (bimonthly); July 1981 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 76.43 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 1, 1998; lowest, 57.07 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 15, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

66.95 65.98 65.98 65.45 67.03 66.68

66.98 66.07 67.29 66.85 66.44 66.13

66.11 65.92 65.53 65.97 66.47 65.49

-------------

----66.44 65.61 67.29 67.30

66.97 65.77 65.85 64.70 64.71 63.45

63.91 62.98 63.96 63.66 62.35 62.36

61.34 60.47 60.73 61.11 60.80 61.59

61.02 62.67 63.50 65.01 66.84 67.35

67.95 67.22 67.96 66.41 67.94 67.47

68.24 68.82 69.93 70.49 70.09 70.69

71.48

70.98

70.45

71.14

71.21

70.33

MAX

68.04

67.39

66.47

66.16

67.60

66.97

64.13

62.13

67.35

68.07

70.72

72.18

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 69.53

MAX 72.18

SEP

194

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--282847081013701. Cocoa-H Well near Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°28'47", long 81°01'37", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.21, T.23 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on west side of State Highway 520, 5.4 mi south of intersection with State Highway 50, and 7.3 mi southeast of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 495 ft, cased to 252 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 60.00 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1968 to June 1977; July 1977 to April 1999 (monthly); May 1999 to September 2000 (bimonthly); November

2000 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 39.01 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 25, 1970; lowest measured,

29.48 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 1981, Apr. 28, 1999.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1961, 1970-72, 1991 to current year.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26 DEC 04

35.22 35.36 35.01

DEC 19 JAN 28 FEB 25

34.74 34.13 34.20

FEB 26 MAR 25 APR 23

34.40 33.24 32.17

MAY 01 13 28

31.67 30.28 30.53

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

31.59 34.26

35.12

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

30.28

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

35.38

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 23

35.38

SEP 23, 2002

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

MAY 01... SEP 05...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

0920

842

0915

872

Time

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

7.4

24.2

7.5

27.6

Date

MAY

01... SEP

05...

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

29.0

54.0

2.50

197

205

66.0

100

30.0

57.0

2.60

191

201

75.0

110

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

300

73.0

310

73.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.7

28.0

501

2410

.6

26.0

506

2510

195

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283249081053201. Bithlo-1 Well at Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'49", long 81°05'32", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.22 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of State Highway 50, 0.8 mi west of intersection of State Highway 520, and 1.0 mi east of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 492 ft, cased to 151 ft.

WATER LEVEL RECORDS

INSTRUMENTATION.-Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.53 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.10 ft above

land-surface datum. Prior to October 1, 2001 at elevation 0.05 ft higher.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1960 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 42.98 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 31, 1960; lowest, 28.70 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 10, 2000.

WATER-QUALITY RECORDS

PERIOD OF RECORD.--Water years 1960, 1965, 1970-72, 1992 to current year.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2000 TO SEPTEMBER 2001

Date

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

1140

574

1240

570

Time

APR 25... SEP 11...

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

7.7

24.1

200

59.0

13.0

33.0

1.70

160

--

44.0

56.0

7.6

24.0

210

59.0

14.0

33.0

1.80

158

180

44.0

55.0

Date

APR

25... SEP

11...

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.2

17.0

350

1190

.3

18.0

338

1170

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

35.77 35.60 35.68 35.64 35.93 35.90

36.15 35.88 36.24 36.19 36.03 35.86

35.53 35.53 35.37 35.24 35.25 35.07

MAX

35.96

36.24

35.81

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 36.24

MAX 36.40

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

34.95

34.71

34.70

34.80

34.86

34.68

34.55 34.68 34.83 34.79 35.01 34.95

34.77 34.83 34.71 34.31 33.89 33.54

33.21 32.91 32.89 32.96 32.68 32.38

31.80 31.30 30.80 30.79 31.10 31.30

31.37 31.61 31.90 32.32 33.09 33.58

34.17 34.46 34.75 34.87 35.02 35.00

35.30 35.48 35.54 35.81 35.80 36.02

36.40

36.39

36.13

36.13

36.26

36.11

35.20

35.20

35.12

33.48

32.30

33.58

35.03

36.02

36.40

196

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283249081053201. Bithlo-1 Well at Bithlo, FL.---Continued.

WATER-QUALITY DATA, WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

Date

Time

MAY 01... SEP 05...

SPE­ CIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM) (00095)

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ ARD UNITS) (00400)

TEMPERATURE WATER (DEG C) (00010)

HARDNESS TOTAL (MG/L AS CACO3) (00900)

CALCIUM DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CA) (00915)

MAGNE­ SIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) (00925)

SODIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS NA) (00930)

POTASSIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS K) (00935)

ANC UNFLTRD TIT 4.5 LAB (MG/L AS CACO3) (90410)

ANC WATER UNFLTRD IT FIELD MG/L AS CACO3 (00419)

SULFATE DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) (00945)

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) (00940)

0811

566

7.4

24.1

210

62.0

13.0

32.0

1.70

158

172

43.0

54.0

0809

--

7.6



210

62.0

14.0

32.0

1.90

160

160

43.0

53.0

Date

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS­

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

(70300) (01080)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) (00950)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) (00955)

.3

18.0

329

1180

.3

19.0

337

1210

MAY

01... SEP

05...

WELL NUMBER.--283249081053202. Bithlo-2 Well at Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'49", long 81°05'32", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.22 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of State Highway 50, 0.8 mi west of intersection with State Highway 520, and 1.0 mi east of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn limestone of the Intermediate Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 122 HTRNN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 75 ft, cased to 65 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.49 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1960 to August 2000 (monthly); October 2000 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 61.60 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 26, 1971; lowest measured,

43.31 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

48.09 48.24

DEC 19 JAN 28

47.80 47.18

FEB 25 APR 23

47.50 46.13

MAY 01 JUN 20

45.77 45.05

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

45.05

JUN 20, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

AUG 26

48.04

48.24

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

197

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283249081053203. Bithlo-3 Well at Bithlo, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'49", long 81°05'32", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.22 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on north side of State Highway 50, 0.8 mi west of intersection with State Highway 520, and 1.0 mi east of Bithlo. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the Surficial Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 15 ft, cased to 12 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.14 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.00 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1960 to August 2000 (monthly); October 2000 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 64.21 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 28, 1964; lowest measured,

56.25 ft above NGVD of 1929, April 25, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

62.54 61.09

DEC 19 JAN 28

59.96 59.78

FEB 25 APR 23

61.43 58.67

MAY 01 JUN 20

58.51 58.60

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

58.51

MAY 01, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

AUG 26

61.59

62.54

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--283253081283401. OR-47 Well at Orlo Vista, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°32'53", long 81°28'34", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.26, T.22 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on west side of Hiawassee Road, 0.6 mi north of Old Winter Garden Road, and 0.15 mi south of State Highway 50 in Orlo Vista. Owner: Orange County. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 350 ft, cased to 328 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 81.71 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.71 ft below

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1930 to May 1933; August 1943 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 80.78 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 20, 1960; lowest, 48.32 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 24, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

56.30 56.02 55.86 55.80 56.09 55.90

55.99 55.64 55.83 55.79 55.39 55.19

54.91 54.76 54.52 54.46 54.49 54.15

54.65 54.45 54.60 54.52 54.22 53.93

53.76 53.76 53.87 53.70 54.54 54.38

54.28 53.85 53.71 53.27 52.86 52.22

52.18 51.78 52.11 52.02 51.28 51.31

50.81 50.15 49.74 49.84 49.56 49.75

49.74 49.89 50.59 51.58 53.30 53.94

54.71 54.69 55.07 54.81 55.60 55.86

56.83 56.85 57.17 57.75 57.51 58.48

58.84 58.59 58.50 58.99 59.19 58.78

MAX

56.66

55.99

55.12

54.69

54.66

54.42

52.26

51.40

53.94

55.86

58.48

59.24

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 56.66 MAX 59.24

198

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--283333081233501. Lake Adair 9 Deep Well at Orlando, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°33'33", long 81°23'35", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.23, T.22 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 25 ft northeast of intersection of Westmoreland Drive and Lake Adair Boulevard in Orlando. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 20 in., depth 1,281 ft, cased to 601 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 80.40 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 4.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 196l (annually); November 1962 to August 1973; September 1973 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to January 1984 (monthly); January 1984 to June 1988; July 1988 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 60.23 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 9, 1966; lowest water level measured, 38.03 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

46.01 45.32

DEC 19 JAN 28

44.62 44.26

FEB 25 MAR 25

45.76 42.65

APR 22 MAY 28

41.67 39.38

JUN 24 JUL 29

45.11 46.55

AUG 26 SEP 24

47.45 50.05

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.38

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

50.05

SEP 24, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--283333081233502. Lake Adair 10 Shallow Well at Orlando, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°33'33", long 81°23'35", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.23, T.22 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 25 ft northeast of intersection of Westmoreland Drive and Lake Adair Boulevard in Orlando. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 400 ft, cased to 105 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 80.40 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.62 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1962 to November 1972; May 1973 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to January 1984

(monthly); January 1984 to June 1988; July 1988 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 68.92 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 28, 1974; lowest measured,

38.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

46.80 45.80

DEC 19 JAN 28

45.07 44.62

FEB 25 MAR 25

46.93 43.09

APR 22 MAY 28

42.30 39.65

JUN 24 JUL 29

45.49 47.72

AUG 26 SEP 24

48.33

51.82

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.65

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

51.82

SEP 24, 2002

199

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--284634081262001. OR650 Well near Mt. Plymouth, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°46'34", long 81°26'20", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.20 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at Rock Springs Run State Reserve ranger station, south of Spear Rd., 2.8 mi from park entrance south of State Highway 46 and 5 mi east of Mt. Plymouth. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the Surficial Aquifer System, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, diameter 4 in., depth 15 ft, cased to 5 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 34.03 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: floor of shelter, 2.11 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1997 to September 2002 (discontinued).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 33.95 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 30, 2002; lowest, 28.03 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

31.60 31.46 31.94 31.50 -----

-------------

-------------

-------------

-------------

------31.22 31.07 30.71

31.27 30.75 31.74 31.33 30.67 30.34

30.05 29.78 29.51 29.31 29.14 28.95

29.13 28.91 28.81 31.22 33.17 33.95

32.77 33.70 33.41 32.87 32.77 33.16

32.88 32.83 33.85 32.59 31.95 33.78

33.74 32.40 32.99 32.55 33.73 32.64

MAX

31.94

---

---

---

---

31.45

32.06

30.29

33.95

33.93

33.88

33.91

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 32.21 MAX 33.95

WELL NUMBER.--284634081262002. OR651 Well near Mt. Plymouth, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°46'34", long 81°26'20", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.20 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at Rock Springs Run State Reserve ranger station, south of Spear Rd., 2.8 mi from park entrance south of State Highway 46 and 5 mi east of

Mt. Plymouth. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Hawthorn Formation of Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 HTRN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, diameter 4 in., depth 73 ft, cased to 63 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 33.84 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: floor of shelter, 2.26 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1997 to September 2002 (discontinued).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 33.55 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 20, 1998; lowest, 27.30 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 21,22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

31.75 31.63 31.78 31.62 31.77 31.54

31.90 31.56 31.87 31.70 31.45 31.28

31.08 31.06 30.91 30.82 30.68 30.54

31.49 31.40 ---------

-------------

----31.26 30.98 30.77 30.42

30.64 30.34 30.86 30.65 30.14 29.86

29.55 29.24 28.92 28.73 28.52 28.38

28.42 28.28 28.28 29.60 31.60 32.41

32.22 32.62 32.68 32.18 32.49 32.66

32.62 --------33.16

33.20

32.79

32.92

32.79

33.18

32.74

MAX

32.00

31.90

31.24

31.54

---

31.26

30.88

29.82

32.41

32.84

33.16

33.31

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 32.22

MAX 33.31

200

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ORANGE COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--284634081262003. OR652 Well near Mt. Plymouth, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°46'34", long 81°26'20", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.20 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at Rock Springs Run State Reserve ranger station, south of Spear Rd., 2.8 mi from park entrance south of State Highway 46 and 5 mi east of Mt. Plymouth. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, diameter 10 in., depth 506 ft, cased to 450 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 33.69 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: floor of shelter, 2.59 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1997 to September 2002 (discontinued).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 33.45 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 21, 1998; lowest, 24.48 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 10, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

30.04 29.92 29.90 29.91 29.99 29.95

30.14 29.80 30.07 29.99 29.73 29.59

29.34 29.28 29.19 29.07 29.14 28.90

29.13 28.93 ---------

-------------

----28.55 28.29 27.95 27.64

27.72 27.51 27.65 27.63 27.06 26.95

26.63 26.19 25.93 25.98 25.88 25.92

26.04 26.07 26.57 27.02 27.92 28.37

28.81 29.04 29.22 29.01 29.39 29.62

29.93 30.05 30.26 30.52 30.39 30.92

31.21 31.24 31.09 31.16 31.39 31.01

MAX

30.23

30.14

29.56

29.23

---

28.55

27.79

27.00

28.37

29.62

30.92

31.45

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 30.30 MAX 31.45

WELL NUMBER.--284634081262004. OR662 Well near Mt. Plymouth, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°46'34", long 81°26'20", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.5, T.20 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at Rock Springs Run State Reserve ranger station, south of Spear Rd., 2.8 mi from park entrance south of State Highway 46 and 5 mi east of

Mt. Plymouth. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, diameter 6 in., depth 180 ft, cased to 150 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 34.07 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: floor of shelter, 2.36 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1997 to September 2002 (discontinued).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 33.33 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 21, 1998; lowest 24.54 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 11, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

30.01 29.89 29.87 29.87 29.96 29.92

30.10 29.77 30.04 29.96 29.71 29.56

29.30 29.23 29.14 29.04 29.11 28.87

29.10 28.92 ---------

-------------

----28.45 28.20 27.87 27.55

27.62 27.42 27.55 27.57 27.01 26.88

26.57 26.11 25.89 25.91 25.82 25.86

25.95 25.98 26.47 26.87 27.73 28.17

28.60 28.83 29.01 28.85 29.21 29.46

29.79 29.91 30.14 30.42 30.36 30.83

31.10

31.13

30.99

31.05

31.27

31.01

MAX

30.17

30.10

29.53

29.18

---

28.45

27.68

26.94

28.17

29.46

30.83

31.34

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 30.24

MAX 31.34

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

201

ORANGE COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

282141081241701

05-14-02 09-24-02

1300 1325

82112401

24S29E34 TELY

34.92 48.57

282241081112801

05-13-02 09-23-02

1408 1423

82211103

24S31E23 MOSS PARK

36.66 42.05

282241081112802

05-13-02 09-23-02

1410 1425

82211104

24S31E23 MOSS PARK SHALLOW

58.74 61.05

282331081370801

05-14-02 09-24-02

1000 0930

82313702 27416 E

282339081010001

05-13-02 09-23-02

1315 1345

OR-0669 COCOA 13T NR BITHLO,FL

31.55 36.67

282341081040101

05-13-02 09-23-02

1305 1335

82310401USGS OBSER W. COCOA A NR BITHLO. FL.

31.49 36.66

282532081075601

02-25-02 04-29-02

1340 1520

12510704USGS OBSER W. COCOA B NR. BITHLO, FL.

34.02 31.60

282354081313001

09-24-02

1130

82313104

83.85

282510081054502

02-26-02 04-30-02

1230 1001

82510506USGS OBSER W. COCOA M NR BITHLO, FL.

67.31 64.73

282510081054503

02-26-02 04-30-02

1220 0930

82510507USGS OBSER W. COCOA 1-T

57.01 54.89

282532081075601

02-25-02 04-29-02

1340 1520

12510704USGS OBSER W. COCOA B NR. BITHLO, FL.

34.02 31.60

282543081385801

05-14-02 09-24-02

0915 0910

82513801

91.68 99.27

282718081215101

05-15-02 09-25-02

0835 0915

PINECASTLE POST OFFICE AT PINECASTLE

39.60 51.27

282739081054501

02-26-02 05-01-02

0920 1055

82710502USGS OBSER W. COCOA F NR. BITHLO, FL

34.89 31.94

282847081013702

02-26-02 05-01-02

0850 0921

82810102USGS OBSER W. COCOA K NR BITHLO, FL.

58.60 57.24

282848080544501

05-13-02 09-23-02

1145 1135

TOSOHATCHEE GAME PRESERVE NR CHRISTMAS,FL

27.20 32.80

282923081282801

05-15-02 09-24-02

0918 1215

82912802

55.02 66.48

282936081340201

05-14-02 09-24-02

1108 1150

82913405

USGS WELL HARTZOG RD

24S28E17 RCID OBSER. WELL NO. 1

NR. BITHLO, FL.

23S27E12 ROSS WELL ON LK BUTLER

97.87 104.48

72.16 81.85

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

202

ORANGE COUNTY---Continued

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

283007081122705

05-13-02 09-23-02

0930 0917

OR-0678 UFA EASTERN WWTP NR UNION PARK,FL

32.80 40.00

283144081254201

05-14-02 09-25-02

1400 0845

83112504

43.10 54.52

283157081180401

05-15-02 09-25-02

0755 0950

OR-0563 ENGLEWOOD S/D DRAIN WELL NR MAITLAND,FL

39.72 50.62

283307081300801

05-14-02 09-25-02

1340 0820

83313001

52.85 61.51

283340081222803

05-14-02 09-24-02

1600 1425

LAKE IVANHOE UPPER FLORIDAN WELL AT ORLANDO,FL

39.84 50.36

284230081345301

05-14-02 09-30-02

0830 0830

OR0106 UPPER FL NR APOPKA,FL

46.91 53.54

284238081275803

05-14-02 09-24-02

0755 0800

OR-0548

18.85 21.91

LK MANN DRAIN WELL O-174,ORLANDO

22S28E22 W-5110 LK SHERWOOD D WL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

203

282127081053901 -- COCOA 44 NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

1345

7.4

1620

25.4

450

143

23.0

4.80

160

238

245

280

.2

1425

7.4

1350

25.4

410

132

19.0

4.10

120

249

245

210

.3

Date APR 30... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

21.0

140

955

2350

23.0

110

819

1970

282145081053801 -- COCOA 43 NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 1325

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 1460

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 25.2

Date APR 30...

420

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 24.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

131

22.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 4.30

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

120

849

130

248

265

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 240

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .3

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1700

282208081053801 -- COCOA 42 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0705

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 927

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.3

Date MAY 01...

350

122

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 11.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.00

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

27.0

54.0

561

64.0

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1020

274

267

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 97.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

204

282238081053801 -- COCOA 41 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0740

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 900

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.3

Date MAY 01...

280

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 33.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

73.0

24.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.20

73.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

54.0

551

830

200

192

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 130

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .6

282250081053801 -- COCOA 40 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0801

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 1080

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.6

Date MAY 01...

330

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

88.0

27.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.70

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

31.0

85.0

644

94.0

193

192

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 170

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .6

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1620

282300081092401 -- COCOA 25 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0835

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 588

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.9

Date MAY 01...

250

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 21.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

84.0

9.10

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.80

23.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

25.0

360

630

230

237

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 35.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

205

282304081053901 -- COCOA 39 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0820

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 1330

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.8

Date MAY 01...

390

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 23.0

119

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 21.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 3.60

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

110

782

120

211

229

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 220

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .3

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1930

282315081053801 -- COCOA 38 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

0845

7.3

1210

25.1

360

110

21.0

3.40

1350

7.5

1130

25.3

340

105

19.0

3.40

Date MAY 01... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

21.0

97.0

703

1970

22.0

90.0

666

1930

110 95.0

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

210

217

190

.3

213

205

170

.3

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

282315081093601 -- COCOA 24 NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0800

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 660

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 25.1

Date MAY 01...

310

103

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 13.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.10

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

21.0

71.0

444

28.0

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1010

233

253

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 43.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

206

282337081021101 -- COCOA 11T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0910

7.1

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 649

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 23.0

Date APR 30...

310

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

120

2.70

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

17.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

<.40

.80

18.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

391

560

310

318

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 23.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

282337081031801 -- COCOA 9T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0805

7.2

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 700

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 22.5

Date APR 30...

340

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

128

3.90

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

38.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

<.20

.60

23.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

427

590

340

324

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 25.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

282337081035501 -- COCOA 8T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 29...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 1405

7.1

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 646

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 22.1

Date APR 29...

< -- Less than

330

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 18.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

126

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

3.30

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) <.20

.80

14.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

381

550

314

312

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 21.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

207

282338081024501 -- COCOA 10T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0848

7.1

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 660

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 22.8

Date APR 30...

330

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

128

3.30

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

25.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

<.20

.80

17.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

396

590

324

306

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 21.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

282339080595201 -- COCOA 15T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 1100

7.1

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 668

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 23.3

Date APR 30...

310

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

119

3.60

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

26.0

<.20

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.50

23.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

394

610

313

300

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 29.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

282339081002501 -- COCOA 14T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 1045

7.2

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 623

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 22.9

Date APR 30...

< -- Less than

290

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 27.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

111

3.50

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) <.20

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.30

21.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

368

550

289

271

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 27.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

208

282339081010001 -- OR-0669 COCOA 13T NR BITHLO,FL

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

Date APR 30...

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC

POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



1025

7.2

636

23.4

Date APR

30...

300

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

114

3.30

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

29.0

1.00

22.0

303

298

23.0

.2

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

<.40

381

560

282339081012701 -- COCOA 12T NR BITHLO,FL

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

Date APR 30...

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC

POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)

22.0

.2



0925

7.2

623

23.1

Date APR

30...

300

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 26.0

115

3.20

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

.90

18.0

299

280

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

<.20

378

570

282344081054201 -- 82310501 COCOA 11 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

Time

PH WATER ELEV­ WHOLE ATION FIELD ABOVE (STANDNGVD ARD (FEET) UNITS)

SPECIFIC CON­ DUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPER­ TOTAL DIS­ ATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DIS­ DIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

0945

--

7.5

1590

25.3

450

136

26.0

4.60

150

204

205

280

1112

35.85

7.5

1400

24.0

390

117

23.0

4.60

130

202

192

240

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

< -- Less than



FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

.2

20.0

160

935

3740

.2

21.0

140

845

3170

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

209

282352081040201 -- COCOA 6T NR BITHLO,FL

Date APR 29...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1340

7.1

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

667

22.1

Date APR 29...

340

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

125

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

16.0

Date MAY 01...

0930

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 597

<.20

Date MAY 01...

250

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 22.0

.80

14.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

403

590

320

304

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 25.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

16IN WELL NR BITHLO, FL

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 25.1

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

5.50

282356081091901 -- COCOA 22 PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

84.0

9.00

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.70

25.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

26.0

359

630

228

229

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 38.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

282405081051701 -- COCOA 3T NR BITHLO, FL

Date APR 29...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1235

7.2

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

622

23.2

310

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

121

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

2.70

.80

14.0

SOLIDS,

Date APR 29...

< -- Less than

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 24.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) <.20

RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

371

600

312

302

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 16.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .1

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

210

282405081053002 -- 82410506 COCOA 4A1 NR BITHLO, FL

Date

Time

APR 30... SEP 11...

PH WATER ELEVWHOLE ATION FIELD ABOVE (STANDNGVD ARD (FEET) UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

1027

--

7.4

1640

25.7

470

143

26.0

4.70

160

204

215

300

0915

31.14

7.4

1620

25.5

450

136

25.0

4.90

150

203

205

290

Date APR

30... SEP

11...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

.2

20.0

160

971

5600

.2

21.0

150

967

4450

282406081093601 -- COCOA 21 NR BITHLO, FL

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

Date APR 29... AUG 05...

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC

POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



1300

7.3

1120

25.0

450

142

22.0

2.60

65.0

189

205

120

.2

0930

7.3

1120

25.1

430

136

21.0

2.60

61.0

194

246

110

.2



Date APR

29... AUG

05...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

19.0

230

728

1720

20.0

220

761

1710

282412081041701 -- COCOA 5T NR BITHLO,FL PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

Date APR 29...

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)



ANC ANC

POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)

22.0

.1



1310

7.1

660

23.0

Date APR

29...

< -- Less than



320

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 31.0

123

2.70

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) <.20

.60

17.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

399

620

322

318

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

211

282412081044702 -- COCOA 2T NR BITHLO, FL

PH ANC ANC

WATER SPEHARDMAGNE- POTASUNFLTRD WATER WHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDISDISDISLAB IT (STAND- DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

Date APR 30...

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



0740

7.1

671

22.9

Date

340

129

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

APR

30...

29.0

3.10

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) <.20

.70

17.0

325

338

19.0

.1

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

416

590

282416081054101 -- 82410502 COCOA 4 NR BITHLO,FL

PH ANC ANC WATER SPEHARDMAGNE- POTASUNFLTRD WATER WHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDISDISDISLAB IT (STAND­ DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

Date APR 29... SEP 04...

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

1155

7.4

886

24.7

340

111

14.0

2.20

52.0

215

225

89.0

.2

1054

7.7

824

27.0

340

116

11.0

1.90

48.0

267

245

81.0

.2

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

21.0

98.0

544

1330

23.0

49.0

521

1660

Date APR

29... SEP

04...

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

282424081093601 -- COCOA 20 NR BITHLO, FL

PH ANC ANC

WATER SPEHARDMAGNE- POTASUNFLTRD WATER WHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDISDISDISLAB IT (STAND- DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

Date MAY 02...

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



1020

7.6

924

25.0

Date MAY

02...

< -- Less than



390

127

18.0

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

20.0

160

2.10

44.0

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

597

1440

205

225

76.0

.2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

212

282451081054501 -- 82410503 COCOA 5

PH ANC ANC

WATER SPEHARDMAGNE- POTASUNFLTRD WATER WHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDISDISDISLAB IT (STAND- DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

Date APR 30...

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



1514

7.4

939

24.6

Date

330

111

13.0

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

24.0

57.0

APR

30...

2.00

63.0

271

280

100

.3

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

586

2140

282529081073201 -- 82510702 COCOA 7A NR BITHLO, FL

PH ANC ANC

WATER SPEHARDMAGNE- POTASUNFLTRD WATER WHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDISDISDISLAB IT (STAND- DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

Date AUG 07...

0745

7.3

1430

25.1

480

160

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

AUG

07...

21.0

18.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) 170

3.30

120

241

232

230

.2

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

942

3510

282530081054201 -- 82510503 COCOA 7 NR BITHLO, FL

MAY 01... SEP 04...

FLUO-

RIDE,

DIS-

SOLVED

(MG/L

AS F)



Date

Date

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)



PH ANC ANC WATER SPEHARDMAGNE­ POTASUNFLTRD WATER ELEVWHOLE CIFIC NESS CALCIUM SIUM, SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD ATION FIELD CONTEMPER- TOTAL DISDIS­ DISDISLAB IT ABOVE (STAND- DUCTATURE (MG/L SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD Time NGVD ARD ANCE WATER AS (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS (FEET) UNITS) (US/CM) (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) AS MG) AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

1045

16.88

7.4

1280

24.1

420

151

11.0

2.40

110

293

294

190

1024

--

7.4

1300

24.1

430

150

12.0

2.60

110

290

282

200

Date MAY

01... SEP

04...

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS,

RESIDUE STRON­

AT 180 TIUM,

DEG. C DIS-

DISSOLVED

SOLVED (UG/L

(MG/L) AS SR)

.2

25.0

79.0

784

1310

.2

25.0

85.0

807

1370

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

213

282530081054204 -- 82510521 COCOA 7T1 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 01...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1115

7.2

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 611

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 23.0

Date MAY 01...

310

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

117

3.60

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

20.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.00

16.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

367

580

<.40

308

310

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 17.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

282530081085401 -­ 82510802 COCOA 15 NR BITHLO, FL

Date AUG 10... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

1230

7.3

1620

25.1

--

1252

7.4

1530

25.1

490

Date AUG 10... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

-150

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3



<.10

27.0

4.30

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

<.1 130

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

189

174

260

.2

187

184

250

.2

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

--

230

999

--

21.0

230

996

4940

282530081091701 -­ 82510902 COCOA 16 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 02...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1055

7.3

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 1050

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.6

Date MAY 02...

< -- Less than

350

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 19.0

111

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 18.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) 110

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.70

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L) 638

80.0

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1570

184

196

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 150

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

214

282530081094001 -­ 82510903 COCOA 17 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

1020

7.4

685

24.7

260

79.0

14.0

1.80

37.0

176

184

63.0

.2

1224

7.5

676

27.8

270

84.0

14.0

1.90

38.0

176

178

64.0

.2

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

19.0

70.0

414

1180

20.0

72.0

408

1220

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

282531081075602 -- COCOA 13R NR BITHLO, FL

Date APR 30...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1440

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 962

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.2

Date APR 30...

350

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 25.0

123

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 10.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.00

72.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

74.0

589

900

258

241

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 110

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

282531081082201 -­ 82510801 COCOA 14 NR BITHLO, FL

Date SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1327

7.6

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 644

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 27.1

Date SEP 04...

270

88.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 13.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.00

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

19.0

69.0

396

32.0

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1100

194

194

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 51.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

215

282548081054201 -- 82510504 COCOA 3 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 02...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 0901

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 793

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.1

Date MAY 02...

320

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 25.0

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

119

5.80

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 1.10

43.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

19.0

472

890

300

310

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 63.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

282556081094001 -- COCOA 18 NR BITHLO, FL

Date APR 29...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS) 1510

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM) 968

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA) 24.6

Date APR 29...

360

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 20.0

112

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 19.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) 150

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.60

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L) 606

58.0

187

176

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 110

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR) 1760

282612081054201 -- 82610502 COCOA 2 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

0843

7.4

1080

24.1

380

137

0956

7.5

1080

24.2

390

138

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 9.30 10.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

1.80

88.0

279

278

140

.2

2.00

81.0

280

300

140

.2

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

24.0

69.0

653

3770

25.0

74.0

682

3910

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

216

282624081090401 -- COCOA 19 NR BITHLO

Date AUG 05...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS) 1030

7.4

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

901

24.7

Date

350

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

112

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 17.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3 2.30

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

46.0

192

182

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL) 79.0

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F) .2

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

AUG 05...

21.0

160

602

1600

282632081054502 -­ COCOA 8 REPLACEMENT WELL NR BITHLO,FL

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

0815

7.3

--

24.3

330

119

7.10

1.30

48.0

293

290

76.0

.2

0932

7.3

877

24.4

340

124

7.80

1.60

58.0

293

271

91.0

.2

Date MAY 02... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

24.0

29.0

496

1060

25.0

39.0

543

1210

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

282650081054201 -­ 82610504 COCOA 9 NR BITHLO, FL

Date MAY 01... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STAND­ Time ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARD­ NESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG)

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDISLAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

1111

7.4

1260

24.0

400

138

14.0

2.70

0854

7.6

1010

27.3

360

125

11.0

2.20

Date MAY 01... SEP 04...

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2) 24.0 28.0

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4) 100 61.0

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

110 77.0

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

744

1610

639

1210

CHLORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

261

259

190

.3

274

273

130

.4

MISCELLANEOUS WATER-QUALITY RECORDS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

217

282716081054501 -- 82710501 COCOA 10 NR BITHLO, FL

Date APR 29... SEP 04...

PH WATER WHOLE FIELD (STANDTime ARD UNITS)

SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE (US/CM)

HARDNESS CALCIUM TEMPERTOTAL DISATURE (MG/L SOLVED WATER AS (MG/L (DEG C) CACO3) AS CA)

1130

7.4

945

24.0

340

119

0816

7.4

919

24.0

340

119

Date APR 29... SEP 04...

MAGNESIUM, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS MG) 9.60 10.0

ANC ANC POTASUNFLTRD WATER SIUM, SODIUM, TIT 4.5 UNFLTRD DISDIS­ LAB IT SOLVED SOLVED (MG/L FIELD (MG/L (MG/L AS MG/L AS AS K) AS NA) CACO3) CACO3

CHLO­ RIDE, DIS­ SOLVED (MG/L AS CL)

FLUORIDE, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS F)

1.60

71.0

269

267

110

.4

1.80

68.0

271

241

110

.4

SILICA, DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SIO2)

SULFATE DISSOLVED (MG/L AS SO4)

SOLIDS, RESIDUE AT 180 DEG. C DISSOLVED (MG/L)

STRON­ TIUM, DISSOLVED (UG/L AS SR)

29.0

53.0

569

890

30.0

54.0

568

940

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 20

OSCEOLA COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--274149080534801. OSF-60A Test Well at Yeehaw Junction, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°41'49", long 80°53'48", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.4, T.32 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, at the northeast corner of the intersection of State Highway 91 (Florida Turnpike) and State Highway 60 at Yeehaw Junction, FL. Owner: South Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 590 ft, cased to 325 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 57.13 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of PVC casing, 1.0 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1992 to September 1995 (monthly); May 1996 to September 2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current

year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 43.35 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1995; lowest measured,

36.28 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 20

41.92 42.01 40.88

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

40.63 40.81 39.66

APR 22 MAY 14 28

38.96 36.93 37.63

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

38.61 41.25 41.81

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

36.93

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

42.06

42.06

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--274807081115501. S65 Well near Kenansville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°48'07", long 81°11'55", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.11, T.31 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on the right bank of the Kissimmee River lock structure S-65, 8 mi east of Indian Lake Estates, 21 mi west of Yeehaw Junction, FL. Owner: South Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 850 ft, cased to unknown depth.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 55.05 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of PVC casing, at land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1983 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to August 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September 2001

(semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 47.39 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1995; lowest measured,

40.33 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26 DEC 20

46.14 46.09 45.13

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

44.55 45.03 43.75

APR 22 MAY 14 28

42.99 40.95 41.52

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

42.58 45.30

45.87

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

40.95

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

46.19

46.19

DATE

SEP 17, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

221

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.-274944080573302. OS0231 Campbell Ranch near Kenansville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°49'44", long 80°57'33", in NW1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.31, T.30 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on Campbell Ranch, 3.8 mi south of Kenansville on U.S. Highway 441 on ranch, approximately 0.1 mi east of U.S. Highway 441 near Kenansville. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 420 ft, cased to 360 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 73.58 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Mark on top of casing, 3.36 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 2000 to September 2000 (semiannually); May 2001 to September 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 45.14 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 17, 2002; lowest measured,

38.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 23 NOV 26 DEC 20

44.99 45.09 44.11

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

43.88 43.89 42.74

APR 22 MAY 14 28

41.94 39.86 40.54

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

41.56 44.29 44.92

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.86

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

45.14

45.14

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--274947080584001. Hayman Well near Kenansville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°49'47", long 80°58'40", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.36, T.30 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, in pasture of 7-11 Ranch, 0.4 mi west of U.S. Highway 441, and 3.1 mi south of Kenansville. Owner: W. Paul Hayman. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, nonartesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 90 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 74.25 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in threaded cap, 2.48 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to Aug. 31, 1999, measuring point .48 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1974 to current year (bimonthly), incomplete. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 72.10 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 18, 2002; lowest measured, 64.74 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 13, 1985. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 30 DEC 17

71.73 70.11

FEB 12 APR 09

70.10 68.78

JUN 03 JUL 18

66.48 72.10

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

66.48

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 23

69.98

JUN 03, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

72.10

WATER LEVEL

DATE

JUL 18, 2002

WATER LEVEL

222

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--275222081030701. OS-243 Well at Lake Marian near Kenansville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°52'22", long 81°03'07", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.18, T.30 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, at boat ramp in Osceola County Park, on east side of Lake Marian, and 3.0 mi west of Kenansville. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn limestone aquifer of the Miocene Series, Geologic Unit 122 HTRNN. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 320 ft, cased to 243 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.21 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to Oct. 1, 1977, datum was considered to be 63.95 ft,

Oct. 1, 1977, to Sept. 30, 1978, to be 65.05 ft, and Oct. 1, 1979 to Sept. 30, 1990, to be 62.61 ft above NGVD of 1929.

Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.69 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1974 to September 1992 (bimonthly); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); October 1994 to current

year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 57.83 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1995; lowest measured,

48.43 ft above NGVD of 1929, present datum, May 8, 1976.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 DEC 17

54.55 54.25

FEB 12 APR 09

53.60 52.86

JUN 03 JUL 18

51.33 53.68

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

51.33

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

54.55

JUN 03, 2002

HIGHEST

54.55

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24, 2001

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--275609081132001. Joe Overstreet Well (OS-319) near St. Cloud, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°56'09", long 81°13'20", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.28, T.29 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on south side of Joe Overstreet Road, 5.2 mi southwest of State Highway 523 (Canoe Creek Road), 21 mi southeast of St. Cloud. Owner: South Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 400 ft, cased to 287.83 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 59.09 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of sanitary seal, at land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976 to May 1978 (semiannually); October 1978 to September 1980 (miscellaneous); May 1982 to September

1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September 2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to

current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1995; lowest measured,

41.94 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 14, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 21

48.80 48.89 47.95

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

47.60 47.65 46.64

APR 22 MAY 15 28

45.38 43.39 43.47

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

45.15 48.14

48.59

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

43.39

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

49.01

49.01

DATE

SEP 17, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

223

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--275852081030501. TH-10 Williams Road Well near Holopaw, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°58'52", long 81°03'05", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.7, T.29 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on eastern bank of pond, 4.4 mi west of intersection of State Highway 441 and Williams Road, 13.7 mi south of Holopaw. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 405 ft, cased to 242 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 75.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of PVC pipe, 0.24 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1980 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September

2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 46.48 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 11, 1995; lowest measured,

38.76 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 20

43.95 44.10 43.16

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

42.86 42.93 41.66

APR 23 MAY 14 29

40.54 38.86 39.44

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 27

40.60 43.20 43.87

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

38.86

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

44.15

44.15

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--280036080563801. OS-019 Bull Creek Loop Road Well near Deer Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°00'36", long 80°56'38", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.32, T.28 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, in Bull Creek Wildlife Management area, 12.4 mi south of U.S. 192 and 7.3 mi west of Deer Park. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.-Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 400 ft, cased to 240 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 62.0 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.19 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 2000 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 43.15 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 21, 2001; lowest measured, 37.15 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 17, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 21

42.88 43.15

DEC 19 JAN 29

42.37 42.12

FEB 26 MAY 23

42.03 38.00

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

38.00

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

43.08

MAY 23, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

43.15

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 21, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

224

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--280619080542601. OS-179 Well at Deer Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°06'19", long 80°54'26", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.27, T.27 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on south side of U.S. Highway 192, 0.8 mi northwest of Deer Park, and 11 mi east of Holopaw. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the surficial aquifer system, Geologic Unit 112 SDGV. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 17.6 ft, cased to 17.6 ft, gravel packed 12.6 to 17.6 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 48.84 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.20 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1949 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 49.11 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 15, 1978; lowest, 42.24 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 30, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

46.43 46.31 46.19 45.95 47.13 46.26

47.07 46.31 46.56 46.18 45.90 45.76

45.62 45.67 45.48 45.37 45.24 45.13

45.06 44.97 45.49 45.44 45.26 45.02

44.86 45.06 45.18 44.93 46.14 45.95

45.66 45.42 45.22 45.04 44.84 44.73

44.62 44.47 44.39 44.27 44.11 44.06

43.81 43.60 43.43 43.40 43.21 43.06

42.95 42.84 42.72 44.51 47.07 47.40

47.76 47.66 47.40 47.26 46.70 46.65

47.60 47.51 47.81 46.97 46.60 47.73

48.08 47.35 47.30 46.60 47.34 46.54

MAX

47.13

47.07

45.74

45.51

46.14

45.88

44.72

43.92

47.40

48.01

47.84

48.23

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 48.28 MAX 48.23

WELL NUMBER.--280826081031801. Holopaw Test Well No. 1 (OSF-28) near Holopaw, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°08'26", long 81°03'18", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.18, T.27 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101,on south side of U.S. State Highway 192, 1.3 mi east of U.S. 441 and State Highway 192 intersection, 1.3 mi northeast of Holopaw. Owner:

South Brevard Water Authority.

AQUIFER.-Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, test well, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 1097 ft, casing length 322 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 70.06 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing 3.01 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1987 to September 1990; May 1991 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994

(monthly); May 1995 to May 1996, May 2000 to September 2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 44.89 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1995; lowest measured,

37.26 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 17, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 20

43.19 43.37 42.59

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 25

42.01 42.31 40.90

APR 23 MAY 16 29

39.90 37.72 38.49

JUN 22 JUL 30 AUG 27

39.91 42.41

43.19

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.72

MAY 16, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

43.35

43.37

DATE

NOV 27, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

225

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--280829080574001. TH-6 near Holopaw, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°08'29", long 80°57'40", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.18, T.27 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, in pasture of Deseret Ranch, 3.6 mi west of State Highway 419 and 5.7 mi northwest of Deer Park. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.-Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 425 ft, cased to 220 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 59.46 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 inch male adaptor 0.9 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1980 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to September 2002 (monthly) discontinued. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 44.63 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1995; lowest measured, 36.62 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 14, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 21

42.85 43.20

DEC 19 JAN 29

42.38 41.73

FEB 26 MAY 17

41.96 37.49

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

37.49

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

43.16

MAY 17, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

43.20

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 21, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--280905081270101. Reedy Creek Overlook Well (OSF-11) near Deer Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°09'05", long 81°27'01", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.9, T.28 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on Ranch Road, 0.8 mi east of State Highway 419 and 5.5 mi north of Deer Park. Owner: Deseret Ranch.

AQUIFER.-Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, diameter 6 in., depth 398 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 63.57 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 inch casing, 3.05 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976 to May 1992 (semiannually); September 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1996 to

September 2001(semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 66.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1982; lowest measured,

55.06 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 30, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 20

63.04 62.30 61.72

JAN 29 FEB 25 MAR 25

61.46 61.59 59.40

APR 23 MAY 13 30

57.03 56.75 55.06

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

59.20 62.62

63.10

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

55.06

MAY 30, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

63.54

63.54

DATE

SEP 16, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

226

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281006081162601. Canoe Creek Campground Well near St. Cloud, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28° 10'06", long 81° 16'26", in NE1⁄ 4SW1⁄ 4NW1⁄ 4 sec.1, T.27 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, well is 71 ft east of County Road 523 and 5.3 mi south of the intersection of U.S. Highway 441 and 192, and 5.6 mi southeast of St. Cloud. Owner: Mr. T. Scheidi. AQUIFER.-Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 500 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 72.86 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Hole in sanitary seal 1.8 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1978 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September

2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 52.51 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 17, 1986; lowest measured,

43.18 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 21

49.29 49.21 48.57

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

48.48 48.43 46.77

APR 22 MAY 15 28

46.07 43.18 44.20

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

45.66 48.73 49.52

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

43.18

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

49.78

49.78

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281354080563301. TH-4 near Deer Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28° 13'54", long 80° 56'33", in NE1⁄ 4NW1⁄ 4SW1⁄ 4 sec.8, T.26 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, in pasture of Deseret Ranch, 1.6 mi west of State Highway 419 and 11.5 mi northwest of Deer Park, FL. Owner: Deseret Ranch. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 373 ft, cased to 173 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 53.35 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing 0.03 ft below

land-surface datum. Prior to September 2001, at elevation 0.25 ft higher.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1980 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly), May 2002 to

current year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.70 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1995; lowest measured,

34.55 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 19, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 21

40.76 41.07

DEC 19 JAN 29

40.25 39.73

FEB 26 MAY 15

40.00 35.49

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

35.49

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

40.92

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

41.07

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 21, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

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OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281429081290501. Mercantile Lane (OS254) near Kissimmee, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°14'29", long 81°29'05", in NE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec. 11, T.265 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 600 ft east of South Poinciana Blvd., .9 mi south of U.S. Highway 17-92 and 6.2 mi southwest of Kissimmee. Owner: Mr. H. Brown. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn limestone aquifer of the Miocene Series, Geologic Unit 122 HTRNN. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, 6 in. steel casing, depth 328 ft, cased to 110 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 77.65 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. casing, 1 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1973 to May 1974; May 1974 to September 1992 (semiannually); September 1992 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 69.42 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 23, 1973; lowest measured, 57.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 20

63.57 63.23 62.10

JAN 29 FEB 25 MAR 25

62.30 62.38 61.19

APR 23 MAY 13 30

59.06 57.68 57.79

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

60.36 61.88 64.25

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

57.68

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

64.85

64.85

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281443081140501. Ashton Forestry Tower Well at Ashton, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°14'43", long 81°14'05", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec. 8, T.26 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, located 301 ft south of U.S. Highway 192, .5 mi east of State Highway 15 at Forestry Tower in Ashton. Owner: U.S. Forestry Department. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in, depth 400 ft, casing length unknown. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 74.79 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.2 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1973 to November 1979 (about thrice yearly); September 1980 to September 1992 (semiannually); February 1993 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September 2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.10 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 5, 1973; lowest measured, 39.54 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

46.82 46.80 46.04

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

45.73 46.08 43.66

APR 23 MAY 13 29

42.20 39.75 40.67

JUN 22 JUL 30 AUG 27

43.57 46.07

46.89

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.75

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

46.98

46.98

DATE

SEP 16, 2002

WATER LEVEL

228

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OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281559081260701. Shingle Creek Well at State Highway 531A near Kissimmee, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°15'59", long 81°26'07", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec. 32, T.25 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 365 ft east of Shingle Creek Road (State Highway 531A), .4 mi north of U.S. Highway 17-92 and 2.2 mi southwest of Kissimmee. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey, WRD. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 200 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 59.98 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, .8 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1978 to September 1979 (monthly); May 1979 to September 1992 (semiannually); September 1992 to current

year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 63.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1982; lowest measured,

50.79 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 20

57.85 57.66 56.39

JAN 29 FEB 25 MAR 25

56.39 56.54 54.95

APR 23 MAY 13 30

52.96 50.79 50.85

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

54.53 58.02 58.71

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

50.79

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

59.54

59.54

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281630080591001. TH-3 Lake Poinsett SW near New Eden, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°16'30", long 80°59'10", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.26, T.25 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, 40 ft north of County Road 532, 3.9 mi west of intersection of County Road 532 and County Road 419, and 8.7 mi east of New Eden. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 360 ft, cased to 246 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 59.68 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1979 to September 1982 (semiannually); May 1984 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to

September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September 2001 (seminannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 41.06 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 11, 1995; lowest measured,

32.24 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

38.16 38.28 37.40

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

37.05 37.11 35.84

APR 23 MAY 15 29

34.95 32.98 33.47

JUN 22 JUL 30 AUG 27

34.86 37.10

37.84

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

32.98

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

38.27

38.28

DATE

NOV 27, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281630081024401. TH-9 Nova Road 532 west (OSF-93) near New Eden, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°16'30", long 81°02'44", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.29, T.25 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, 20 ft north of County Road 532, 7.9 mi west of the intersection of County Road 532 and County Road 419 and 8.2 mi east of New Eden. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 405 ft, cased to 288 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 76.79 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing 3.31 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1980 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to

September 2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 42.99 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 11, 1995; lowest measured,

35.43 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

41.37 41.45 40.73

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

40.48 40.66 39.06

APR 23 MAY 15 29

38.10 36.12 36.69

JUN 22 JUL 30 AUG 27

38.08 40.40

41.17

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

36.12

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

41.45

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

41.45

NOV 27, 2001

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 17, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281714081093001. Lake Joel Well near Ashton, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°17'14", long 81°09'30", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.30, T.25 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on southwest shore of Lake Joel, 0.8 mi north of State Highway 532, and 5.0 mi northeast of Ashton. Owner: Deseret Ranch. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 750 ft, cased to 394 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder---60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 64.78 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1969, May 1973 to November 1975 (bimonthly); December 1975 to current year. Prior to October 1977, published as (OS 213), Gulf American Co. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 47.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 20, 1969; lowest daily maximum water level, 36.30 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 3, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

44.03 43.85 43.88 43.77 44.01 44.09

44.35 44.07 44.26 44.27 44.15 ---

------43.33 43.29 43.27

42.94 42.73 42.80 42.89 43.00 42.71

42.53 42.69 42.83 42.81 42.94 42.91

42.87 42.97 42.78 42.35 41.88 41.57

41.12 40.76 40.83 40.86 40.51 40.13

39.52 38.91 38.46 38.55 38.91 39.10

39.38 39.67 39.94 40.45 41.12 41.67

42.18 42.52 42.87 43.12 43.21 43.15

43.30 43.56 43.74 44.03 44.13 44.17

44.52 44.53 44.37 44.25 44.27 44.24

MAX

44.09

44.35

43.36

43.38

43.12

43.15

41.54

40.05

41.67

43.21

44.17

44.53

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 44.35 MAX 44.53

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OSCEOLA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281719081134001. South Eagle Road Grove Well at Narcoossee, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°17'19", long 81°13'40", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.28, T.25 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, in orange grove .1 mi southwest of South Eagle Road, in Norcoossee. Owner: Mrs. C. Fulmer. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, irrigation, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 474 ft, cased to 239 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 78.00 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.00 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1979 to September 1992 (semiannually); October 1992 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to May 1996 (semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 49.88 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 1980; lowest measured, 38.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 18, 1995. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 27

45.23 45.17

DEC 19 JAN 29

44.42 43.78

FEB 26 MAY 29

44.42 39.19

JUN 22 JUL 30

41.29 44.51

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

39.19

MAY 29, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

AUG 27

46.08

46.08

DATE

WATER LEVEL

AUG 27, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281722080543001. OS-171 Well near Deer Park, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°17'22", long 80°54'30", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.22, T.25 S., R.34 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on Ranch Road, 0.9 mi east of State Highway 532, 3.6 mi south of K-6 Ranch Headquarters, and 13.5 mi north of Deer Park. Owner: U.S.

Geological Survey.

AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand of the surficial aquifer system, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 19 ft, cased to 12.7 ft, gravel packed, 11

to 19 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 31.60 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.32 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1950 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 33.56 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 23, 1960; lowest, 26.32 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 28, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

31.10 30.96 31.17 30.92 31.67 31.21

31.41 31.19 31.47 31.34 -----

31.14 31.13 31.03 30.90 31.00 30.80

31.01 30.91 31.40 31.26 31.16 31.07

30.89 31.28 31.16 31.00 31.54 31.29

31.16 31.08 30.88 30.65 30.23 30.34

29.87 29.30 30.21 29.51 28.97 28.69

28.43 28.25 28.04 28.23 27.87 27.98

27.77 27.60 30.58 31.80 31.62 31.99

32.12 31.64 31.58 31.64 31.43 31.51

31.67 31.45 31.78 32.30 31.31 31.55

31.73 31.32 31.50 31.41 31.77 31.29

MAX

31.67

31.47

31.21

31.40

31.78

31.27

30.25

28.66

31.99

32.15

32.30

31.77

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 33.02 MAX 32.30

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

231

OSCEOLA COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

280141081112701

05-16-02 09-17-02

0654 0617

OSF-66 TEST WELL

40.65 49.28

280418081160401

05-15-02 09-17-02

0731 1028

OSF-64 TEST

46.55 52.11

280823081210301

05-13-02 09-16-02

0942 0804

OSF-53 S-61 WELL NR ALCOMA

46.32 52.89

281023081075401

05-13-02 09-16-02

1358 1110

OSF-68 TEST WELL

38.06 43.74

281105080541401

05-15-02 09-17-02

1324 1327

811054--

35.51 39.80

281146081211701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1201 0942

CECIL WHALEY WELL

44.51 52.36

281456081171701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1250 1009

ST.CLOUD POWER PLANT WELL

37.28 43.77

281506081194601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1100 0916

OSF-70 TEST WELL

41.16 49.96

281536081324801

10-24-01 11-26-01 12-20-01 01-29-02 02-25-02

1315 1228 1105 0912 1420

FLORIDA POWER WELL(SRK01)

75.44 75.09 74.78 74.80 75.21

281632080515001

05-17-02 09-18-02

1254 0922

DSR-38 LAKE POINSETT NR ROCKLEDGE,FL

33.30 38.92

281937081245901

05-13-02 09-16-02

0708 0641

81912401

35.19 47.33

26S34E34 RODEO FIELD DEER PARK NW

25S29E09 OS U.L

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Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2

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Figure 21.--Location of wells in Pasco County.

233

234

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

PASCO COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--281654082065901. U.S. Highway 98 Well near Dade City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°16'54", long 82°06'59", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.28, T.25 S., R.22 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on north side of U.S. Highway 98, 2.9 mi north of intersection of State Highway 54, and 7.8 mi southeast of Dade City. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 3 in., depth 200 ft, cased to 41 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 83.77 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.10 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976, January 1977 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 80.68 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 11, 1995; lowest measured, 68.72 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 4, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 14 JAN 22

77.30 76.13

MAR 13 MAY 06

75.79 73.82

MAY 14 JUL 09

73.38 76.30

AUG 29 SEP 16

77.45 78.61

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

73.38

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

78.61

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--282259082104101. Lykes Pasco Well near Dade City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°22'59", long 82°10'41", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.23, T.24 S., R.21 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 0.5 mi east of confluence of Pasco Packing Company and Evans Packing Company canals, and 2 mi northeast of Dade City. Owner: Lykes Pasco Packing Co. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 36 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 73.81 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top edge of flange on casing, 4.13 ft

above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1973 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 75.19 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 57.38 ft

above NGVD of 1929, June 21, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 28

66.38 65.10

DEC 20 JAN 29

64.46 63.77

FEB 26 MAR 26

63.43 62.91

APR 23 MAY 29

62.15 60.79

JUN 21 JUL 30

60.65 65.54

AUG 27 SEP 16

67.47

71.53

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

60.65

JUN 21, 2002

HIGHEST

71.53

SEP 16, 2002

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

235

PASCO COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

282121082071101

05-14-02 09-16-02

1100 1210

82120702

24S22E32 CUMMER OFFICE WELL

69.07 75.55

282154082142401

05-14-02 09-16-02

1012 1105

82121401

24S21E30 HAYCRAFT WELL

60.35 69.52

282221082103001

09-16-02

1148

82221001

24S21E26 COLLURA WELL NO. 1

68.77

282428082134501

05-14-02 09-16-02

0955 1023

82421301

24S21E08 LEE WELL

58.75 67.89

282430082112101

05-14-02 09-16-02

0930 0912

82421102

24S21E10 SELF WELL

58.28 67.24

282717082142001

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0911 0848

82721401

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50.40 58.79

282816082123701

05-14-02 09-16-02

0858 0832

82821201

23S21E21 TOMKOW HAY BARN WELL

47.18 55.98

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POLK COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--273929081080601. S-65A (POF-20) Well near Yeehaw Junction, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°39'29", long 81°08'06", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.28, T.32 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on right bank of the Kissimmee River S-65A lock structure, 7.7 mi southwest of State Road 60, 18.7 mi southwest of Yeehaw Junction. Owner: South Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in., depth 1000 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 50.80 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.50 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1983 to September 1993 (semiannually); November 1993 to September 1994 (monthly); May 1995 to September

2001 (semiannually); October 2001 to September 2002 (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 47.75 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 1996; lowest, 40.68 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26 DEC 20

47.64 47.37 46.67

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

46.50 46.65 45.43

APR 22 MAY 14 28

44.69 42.81 43.36

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

43.99 46.57

47.15

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

42.81

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

47.41

47.64

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--274812081190301. P-49 Well near Frostproof, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°48'12", long 81°19'03", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.9, T.31 S., R.30 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on south side of State Highway 630, 0.2 mi west of State Highway 60, and 12.0 mi east of Frostproof. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 17 ft, cased to 14 ft, gravel-packed from 14 to 17 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 104.93 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 3.38 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1949 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 105.38 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 18, 1982; lowest, 98.61 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 5, 2001. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

101.67 101.35 101.11 100.95 101.25 101.12

100.90 100.74 100.62 100.52 100.40 100.29

100.18 102.33 101.87 101.58 101.33 101.11

101.34 101.09 101.57 101.54 101.23 100.96

100.79 100.91 100.77 100.60 102.14 101.95

101.57 101.29 101.05 100.84 100.62 100.41

100.26 100.11 99.97 99.92 99.80 99.67

99.63 99.51 ---------

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104.10 104.10 104.00 104.20 103.70 103.36

104.49 103.97 104.41 103.92 103.64 104.89

104.14 103.68 104.47 104.31 104.28 103.71

MAX

102.25

101.06

102.34

101.67

102.14

101.85

100.38

99.75

---

104.40

105.04

104.51

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 102.44 MAX 105.04

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--274815081130301. River Ranch Well near Indian Lake Estates, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°48'15", long 81°13'03", in NW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.10, T.31 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, 92 ft south of State Highway 60, 1.0 mi west of Kissimmee River Bridge, and 6.5 mi east of Indian Lake Estates. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 300 ft, cased to 185 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 55.17 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to Oct. 1, 1977, datum was considered to be

55.64 ft, and Oct. 1, 1977 to Sept. 30, 1978, at 55.34 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.37 ft below

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1974 to September 1984 (bimonthly); October 1984 to September 1986 (monthly); October 1986 to September

1995 (bimonthly); October 1996 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 49.23 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 10, 1998; lowest measured,

41.02 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 22, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 17

47.31 45.67

MAR 14 MAY 03

45.68 43.83

MAY 16 JUL 01

42.52 45.07

AUG 29 SEP 17

46.89 47.26

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

42.52

MAY 16, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

47.31

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--274846081262001. Lake Weohyakapka Well near Frostproof, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 27°48'46", long 81°26'20", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.5, T.31 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03090101, on southwest shore of Lake Weohyakapka, at county boat ramp, and 8.0 mi east of Frostproof. Owner: Polk County. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 199 ft, cased to 153 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 65.15 ft above NGVD of 1929. Prior to Oct. 1, 1977, datum was considered to be 65 ft,

from topographic map, and Oct. 1, 1977, to Sept. 30, 1978, at 65.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Spigot on

discharge line, 1.85 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1958, December 1959, June 1969 to September 1984 (bimonthly); October 1984 to September 1986

(monthly); October 1986 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 88.35 ft above NGVD of 1929, present datum, Dec. 15, 1959; lowest

measured, 72.27 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 20, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 17

81.20 80.50

MAR 14 MAY 03

79.50 75.70

MAY 16 JUL 01

75.40 81.50

AUG 29 SEP 17

82.00

83.00

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

75.40

MAY 16, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

83.00

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 17, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--280503081552801. Fish Lake Deep Well near Lakeland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°05'03", long 81°55'28", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.32, T.27 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03l00l0l, 50 ft east of Lake Park Drive, 1.4 mi south of Old Combee Road, and 3.5 mi northeast of Lakeland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 311 ft, cased to 265 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 136.83 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, .90 ft above

land-surface datum. Prior to Aug. 2, 2000, elevation of land-surface datum was 134.84 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring

Point: Top of casing 3.65 ft above NGVD of 1929.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1955 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 120.97 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 8, 1960; lowest measured,

103.60 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 10, 1976.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 22

111.85 110.27

MAR 13 MAY 06

111.04 104.40

MAY 15 JUL 11

104.42 111.43

AUG 30 SEP 18

113.09 114.19

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

104.40

MAY 06, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

114.19

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--280531081431601. Lake Alfred Deep Well at Lake Alfred, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°05'31", long 81°43'16", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.33, T.27 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100101, on northeast corner at intersection of Glencruiten Avenue and Haines Boulevard at Lake Alfred. Owner: City of Lake Alfred. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter l2 in., depth 555 ft, cased to 282 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 171.04 ft, above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelter floor, 3.46 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to May 1988, at elevation 3.12 ft lower.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1973 to February 1976 (quarterly), incomplete; March 1976 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 126.51 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 10, 1974; lowest daily maximum

water level, 109.13 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 122.69 NOV 26 119.83 DEC 19 119.25

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

120.02 120.56 118.07

APR 23 MAY 14 30

115.84 112.87 114.10

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

119.24 121.40

120.72

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

112.87

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

122.29

122.69

OCT 25, 2001

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

241

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--280556081532601. Tennorock Road Well near Lakeland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°05'56", long 81°53'26", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.27, T.27 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100101, on south side of Tennorock Road, 0.9 mi east of Alternate State Highway 33, and 5.4 mi northeast of Lakeland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 72 ft, cased to 45 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 132.01 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.30 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--February 1956 to February 1960 (monthly), incomplete; June 1960 to May 1961 and January 1963 to September

1977 (about thrice yearly); October 1977 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 124.71 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb 3,1998; lowest measured,

96.15 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 7, 1968.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 22

118.90 117.89

MAR 13 MAY 06

118.21 114.47

MAY 15 JUL 11

113.49 118.44

AUG 30 SEP 18

120.61 121.54

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

113.49

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

121.54

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--280715081543501. Combee Road Deep Well near Lakeland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°07'07", long 81°54'30", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.21, T.27 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100101, at the intersection of State Highway 33 and Combee Road, 1.5 mi southwest of Interstate Highway 4, and 7.3mi northeast of Lakeland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Hawthorn Formation of Miocene Age, Geologic Unit 122 HTRN.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 55 ft, cased to 31 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 136.20 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 0.86 ft above

land-surface datum. Aug. 10, 1999 to May 7, 2000, measuring point 0.18 ft above land-surface datum. June 30, 1991 to Aug. 9,

1999, measuring point 3.41 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to June 30, 1991, measuring point 2.80 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1956 to September 1977 (thrice yearly); October 1977 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 136.92 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 7, 1959; lowest measured,

118.56 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 6, 1964.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 22

132.45 132.02

MAR 13 MAY 06

132.58 131.46

MAY 15 JUL 11

131.14 133.66

AUG 30 SEP 18

134.81

134.65

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

131.14

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

134.81

WATER LEVEL

DATE

AUG 30, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

242

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--280719081543301. Combee Road Shallow Well near Lakeland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°07'06", long 81°54'31", in SW1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.21, T.27 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100101, at the intersection of State Highway 33 and Combee Road, 1.5 mi southwest of Interstate Highway 4, and 7.3 mi northeast of Lakeland. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of Pleistocene Age, Geologic Unit 112 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 1.25 in., depth 9 ft, cased to 8 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 136.45 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.63 ft above

land-surface datum. June 30, 1991 to Oct. 5, 1999, measuring point 1.06 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to June 30, 1991,

measuring point 3.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 1955 to September 1977 (thrice yearly); October 1977 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 136.97 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 10, 1995; well observed dry,

Nov. 16, 1964.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20 JAN 22

132.76 132.26

MAR 13 MAY 06

132.82 131.79

MAY 15 JUL 11

131.48 134.53

AUG 30 SEP 18

135.98

135.84

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

131.48

MAY 15, 2002

DATE

HIGHEST

135.98

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

AUG 30, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281008081441801. Lake Alfred Deep Well near Lake Alfred, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°10'08", long 81°44'18", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.5, T.27 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on west side of Pit Road, l00 ft north of intersection with State Highway 557, 1.2 mi south of Interstate Highway 4, and 5.0 mi north of Lake Alfred. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 425 ft, cased to 102 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--60-minute interval.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 137.38 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.25 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1959 to November 1960 (monthly); December 1960 to current year.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 131.18 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 21, 1998; lowest,

119.85 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 3, 1974.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES

DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

128.00 127.89 127.88 127.77 127.91 127.58

127.73 127.12 127.09 126.86 126.79 126.21

126.12 126.28 126.16 126.27 126.48 126.57

125.66 124.91 126.38 126.71 126.64 126.08

125.68 126.36 126.49 126.16 126.88 126.55

126.49 126.74 126.37 125.77 125.79 125.23

125.20 124.73 125.13 125.22 124.23 123.98

123.46 122.97 122.57 123.51 123.70 123.28

123.31 124.06 124.88 125.95 126.99 127.53

127.99 128.02 128.20 128.00 128.09 128.23

128.26 128.29 128.33 128.42 128.18 128.51

128.96 128.94 129.08 129.04 129.07 128.99

MAX

128.37

127.73

126.59

126.74

127.04

126.76

125.41

123.80

127.53

128.27

128.51

129.15

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 128.41 MAX 129.15

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POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281008081441802. Lake Alfred Shallow Well near Lake Alfred, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°10'08", long 81°44'18", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.5, T.27 S., R.26 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on west side of Pit Road, 100 ft north of intersection with State Highway 557, 1.2 mi south of Interstate Highway 4, and 5.0 mi north of Lake Alfred. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Nonartesian sand aquifer of the Tertiary Quaternary Age, Geologic Unit 111 NRSD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, nonartesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 9 ft, cased to 6 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 137.17 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 2.40 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1960 to September 1977 (monthly); October 1977 to September 1983 (bimonthly); October 1983 to

September 1997, April 1998 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 137.02 ft above NGVD of 1929, Aug. 23, 1999; well observed dry on

numerous visits.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 25

131.74

NOV 26

WATER YEAR 2002

WATER LEVEL 130.74 LOWEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

JUL 30

132.38

AUG 26

132.09

130.74

NOV 26, 2001

HIGHEST

135.27

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

SEP 18

135.27

SEP 18, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--281057081495002. ROMP 76A Well near Polk City, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°10'57", long 81°49'50", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.32, T.26 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, in pasture at end of Pine Avenue, 0.3 mi north of State Highway 33 in Polk City. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 6 in., depth 315 ft, cased to 264 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 136.79 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.40 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--November 1978 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 132.84 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest measured, 119.37 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 16,1981. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26 DEC 19

129.16 127.70 127.14

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

127.36 127.60 126.35

APR 23 MAY 15 30

125.30 122.81 123.71

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

126.48 129.62 129.38

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

122.81

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

130.27

130.27

SEP 18, 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

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POLK COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--281202081391701. PO-1 Thornhill Deep Well near Davenport, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°12'02", long 81°39'17", in SE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.19, T.26 S., R.19 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, on dirt road 0.8 mi east of State Highway 27, and 2.0 mi south of the intersection State Highway 27 and Interstate Highway 4 and 4.2 mi

northwest of Davenport. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District.

AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, unused, diameter 4 in., depth 151 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 133.21 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 2.20 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1983 to October 1985 (semiannually); October 1985 to September 1996; October 1996 to September 2001

(semiannually); October 2001 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 129.06 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 12, 1983; lowest measured,

118.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26 DEC 20

124.90 124.02 123.17

JAN 29 FEB 25 MAR 25

123.32 123.32 122.46

APR 23 MAY 15 30

121.71 120.38 120.54

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 26

122.71 124.72

124.79

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

120.38

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

125.86

125.86

SEP 18, 2002

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

WELL NUMBER.--281312082011601. ROMP 87 Well near Lakeland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°13'12", long 82°01'25", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.17, T.26 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03l00208, 2.35 mi northwest of intersection of U.S. Highway 98 and Rock Ridge Road, and l4.5 mi northwest of Lakeland. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 6 in., depth 380 ft, cased to 300 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 107.52 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.73 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--January 1981 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 105.78 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 29, 1997; lowest measured,

94.88 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 28 DEC 20

102.53 101.19 100.38

JAN 29 FEB 26 MAR 26

100.64 101.10 100.42

APR 23 MAY 14 29

98.85 96.92 96.39

JUN 21 JUL 30 AUG 27

99.25 103.09 103.23

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

96.39

MAY 29, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

104.05

104.05

SEP 16, 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

245

POLK COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

273903081185201

05-17-02 09-17-02

1110 0930

73911801

33S30E06 USAF AVON PARK #1

274552081115201

05-16-02 09-17-02

1140 1211

RIVER RANCH REPLACEMENT WELL

38.92 44.53

274746081202201

05-16-02 09-17-02

1055 1121

747120--

31S30E08 INDIAN LK ESTATES GOLF COURS

57.02 64.32

275137081252501

05-16-02 09-17-02

1001 1030

751125--

30S29E21 E. LK. WALES UTILITY

74.08 81.78

275622081252301

05-17-02 09-17-02

1233 1258

756125

29S29E28

52.50 60.55

275634081211801

05-16-02 09-17-02

1234 1324

756121--

29S30E19 KISS STPK NR LK KISSIMMEE

52.15 57.80

280153081274101

05-16-02 09-17-02

1347 0930

801127--

28S29E19 LK HATCHI NR HAINES CITY

63.69 69.49

280558081314801

05-16-02 09-17-02

1415 1456

805131--

27S28E29 KIMBELL WELL NR LK MARION

67.30 72.45

281058081495002

05-15-02 09-18-02

1040 0935

USGS 1.75" DRILL PIPE INNER MONITOR AT POLK CITY

122.50 130.47

281058081495003

05-15-02 09-18-02

1045 0936

USGS 4" ANNULAR MONITOR AT POLK CITY

121.60 129.52

281058081495004

05-15-02 09-18-02

1037 0933

USGS CORE HOLE 2 AT POLK CITY

120.41 126.23

281317081491301

05-15-02 09-18-02

1100 0945

813149423 26S25E16

121.81 128.27

281440081431701

05-15-02 09-18-02

1149 1037

814143232 26S26E04

122.42 128.51

281532081345001

05-15-02 09-18-02

1215 1115

815134134 26S27E02 LOUGHMAN DP WELL NR LOUGHMAN

281532081493001

05-15-02 09-18-02

1117 1015

815149233 25S25E32

120.70 126.33

281837081544101

05-17-02 09-20-02

0941 1238

ROMP 88 DEEP NR ROCKRIDGE,FL

99.03 105.77

L. ROSALIE NW

66.29 73.29

86.81 89.78

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KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 23 PUTNAM COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4

292824081443301 292948081503001 293633081594601 294243081555901

248 248 249 249

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Figure 23.--Location of wells in Putnam County.

247

248

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

PUTNAM COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--292824081443301. Local Number P-0472 Well. Johnson's Field Well near Welaka, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°28'24", long 81°44'33", in land grant 37, T.12 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, 140 ft north of Forest Road 77 in the Ocala National Forest, 0.2 mi west of State Highway 19, and 13.5 mi south of intersection of State Highways 19 and 20 in Palatka. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary system, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 240 ft, cased to 96 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 13.51 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing, 0.49 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1982 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 13.67 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 13, 1983; lowest measured, 2.72 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 16, 1989.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

8.62 8.86

DEC 17 JAN 28

8.14 7.26

FEB 25 MAY 13

7.10 6.34

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

6.34

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 19

8.26

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

8.86

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 20, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--292948081503001. Well RD-77-G near Orange Springs, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°29'48", long 81°50'30", in NW1⁄4SW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec. 31, T.11 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, in northeast corner of intersection of roads 77 and 77-G in Ocala National Forest, 7.3 mi west of State Highway 19, and about 6.0 mi east of Orange Springs. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary system, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 241 ft, cased to 215 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 100.81 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. casing, 2.50 ft above land-surface datum.

COOPERATION.--Since October 1, 1985 records provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S.

Geological Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1982 to September 1985 (bimonthly), October 1985 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 23.28 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 8, 1998; lowest measured, 16.84 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 25, 1992.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

OCT 24 NOV 26

20.43 20.42

DEC 17 JAN 28

19.16 17.61

FEB 22 MAR 21

17.20 17.27

APR 19 MAY 23

18.15 18.71

JUN 19 JUL 29

19.11 19.19

AUG 26 SEP 23

19.43

20.08

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

17.20

FEB 22, 2002

HIGHEST

20.43

OCT 24, 2001

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

PUTNAM COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--293633081594601. Local Number P-0464 Well. Cowpen Lake Drainage Well near Johnson, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°36'33", long 81°59'46", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4, sec. 21 T.10 S., R.25 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, 30 ft south of State Highway 20, 1.9 mi east of intersection of State Highway 20 and 21, and 2.1 mi northwest of Johnson. Owner: Florida Department of Transportation. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary system, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, lake overflow, artesian well, diameter 10 in., depth 250 ft, cased to 193 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 91.33 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: High point of re-bar cover, 2.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--September 1985 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannaually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 83.65 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 8, 1998; lowest measured, 73.48 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

76.55 76.11

DEC 17 JAN 28

75.72 75.43

FEB 25 MAY 13

74.97 73.48

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

73.48

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

74.89

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

76.55

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--294243081555901. Local Number P-0822 Well. Florida Rock Well near Grandin, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°42'43", long 81°55'59", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4NE1⁄4, sec. 18 T.9 S., R.24 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080102, 15 ft east of Woods Road, 1.0 mi southeast of Florida Rock sand mine entrance on State Highway 100, and 1.4 mi southwest of Grandin. Owner: Florida Rock. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary system, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 255 ft, cased to 151.75 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 104.23 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Shelter floor, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1996 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 87.03 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 8, 1998; lowest measured, 75.54 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

78.66 77.67

DEC 17 JAN 28

77.40 77.27

FEB 25 MAY 13

76.68 75.54

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

75.54

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

77.67

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

78.66

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 25, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

250

PUTNAM COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

292124081345202

05-14-02 09-19-02

0945 1145

P-0736

MIDDLE RD UPPER DEEP

292218081333101

05-14-02 09-19-02

0910 1230

P-0410 POTMAP WELL NR GEORGETOWN,FL



23.02 25.81

292239081282401

09-19-02

1345

P-0255

13.70

292239081313702

09-23-02

1015

P-0696

28.14

292254081382101

05-14-02 09-26-02

0815 1220

SJ

P421 13S27E39 DRAYTONISLAND EASTSHORELANDIN

9.55 12.44

292435081441301

05-13-02 09-19-02

1140 0835

NR

FRONTIER D H NR SALT SPGS

9.08 11.42

292555081305003

05-14-02 09-19-02

1120 1420

P-2037 REPLACEMENT WELL AT LAKE STELLA



20.11 23.84

292628081385501

05-14-02 09-20-02

0745 1115

SJ

P396 12S26E23 WELAKAFISHHATCHERYFRUITLAND

10.67 12.53

292824081341501

05-14-02 09-20-02

1155 1230

P-0246 COL. SAULS



28.78 31.92

292859081375701

05-14-02 09-20-02

0715 1300

P-408

HWAY 308B

16.05 18.13

293113081370301

05-14-02 09-23-02

1230 1130

SJ

P382 11S27E19 MAINROAD OFFSISCORDPOMONAPARK

26.08 28.80

293206081351701

05-14-02 09-23-02

1330 1140

P-0817



22.70 26.01

293300081523901

05-13-02 09-19-02

1020 0910

933152



293554081342601

05-14-02 09-17-02

1415 1550

SAN

MATEO TOWERSITE DEEP

11.99 16.20

293733081474801

05-13-02 09-19-02

0910 0935

HOLLISTER WORKCTR CF (P-510)



45.76 48.59

293755081412903

05-13-02 09-19-02

1225 0955

P-0891

EH MILLER SCHOOL

23.26 27.74

293933081342801

05-13-02 09-17-02

1325 1525

93913411 10S27E04 P-172 CRACKER SWAMP



9.16 18.56

293951081413901

05-13-02 09-19-02

1245 1030

P-0123

DHQ DEEP WELL

23.33 28.86

294255081323501

09-17-02

1315

P-0076 A.J.ROBERTS

22.44

294553081344301

05-13-02 09-19-02

1455 1240

94513401

18.66 24.48

11S24E11 CE 60 U S A CORPS ENG.

08S27E-- RIVERDALE NO 61

6.28 8.72

57.76 58.83

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252

KEY TO SITE LOCATIONS ON FIGURE 24 ST. JOHNS COUNTY, GROUND-WATER LEVELS

Index number

Site number

Page number

1 2 3 4 5

295357081294301 295713081203401 300717081381001 300758081230501 301132081225801

254 254 255 255 256

WATER RESOURCES DATA FOR FLORIDA, 2002

Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

Figure 24.--Location of wells in St. Johns County.

253

254

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ST. JOHNS COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--295357081294301. Local Number SJ-77. Engel Well near Molasses Junction, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°53'57", long 81°29'43", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec. 17, T.7 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, in ditch on the west side of Alternate State Road 13, and 0.4 mi south of State Road 208. Owner: Mr. Engel. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth and casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 20.62 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. tee at land-surface datum.

REMARKS.--Water level seasonally affected by pumping of nearby wells.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1977 to May 1986 (semiannually); July 1986 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 40.82 ft above NGVD of 1929, Feb. 6, 1997; lowest measured, 21.97 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Apr. 8, 1991.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 09

29.72

NOV 29

31.82

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

29.72

DATE

WATER LEVEL

FEB 26

30.22

OCT 09, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

DATE AUG 02 HIGHEST

30.22

31.82

NOV 29, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--295713081203401. Local Number SJ-89. Airport Well near St. Augustine, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°57'13", long 81°20'34", in land grant 50, T.6 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, at St. Augustine Airport on U.S. Highway 1, 2.5 mi north of St. Augustine. Owner: St. Augustine Airport Authority. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 350 ft, cased to 190 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 9.48 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: File marks on south side of 9 in flange at land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1978 to September 1980 (semiannually); May 1981 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 33.98 ft above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 21, 1994; lowest measured, 23.28 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 23, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 20

28.88 29.68

DEC 17 JAN 28

30.08 30.18

FEB 25 MAR 25

29.08 27.98

APR 23 MAY 28

25.38 24.58

JUN 24 JUL 30

26.08 26.48

AUG 27 SEP 23

28.18 29.08

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

24.58

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

30.18

JAN 28, 2002

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WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ST. JOHNS COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--300717081381001. Local Number SJ-15. S.L. Chavez Well near Mandarin, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°07'17", long 81°38'10", in NE1⁄4SW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec. 30, T.4 S., R.27 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 300 ft north of Fruit Cove Road, 0.6 mi west of the intersection of State Road 13 and Fruit Cove Road, and 3.7 mi south of old Mandarin Post Office. Owner: S.L. Chavez. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 3 to 2 in., depth 580 ft, cased to 300 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 8.12 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 3 in. tee, 1.20 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--1974, 1977 to 1980 (semiannually); May 1981 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 41.02 ft above NGVD of 1929 May 12, 1980; lowest measured, 17.32 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 21, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 20

24.92 27.42

DEC 18 JAN 29

28.72 29.82

FEB 26 MAR 25

28.82 26.32

APR 23 MAY 28

22.92 22.02

JUN 24 JUL 30

24.62 26.32

AUG 27 SEP 23

25.42 26.02

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

22.02

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

29.82

JAN 29, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--300758081230501. Local Number SJ-5. G. Oesterreicher Well near Palm Valley, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°07'58", long 81°23'05", in land grant 54, T.4 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, 100 ft east of the Intracoastal Waterway, 250 ft northwest of State Highways 210 and 210A, and 2.8 mi south of Palm Valley. Owner: Eddie Ervin. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, domestic, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 350 ft, cased to 180 ft . INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with pressure gage. DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 4.53 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 4 in. gate valve, 2.18 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--1934, 1940, 1944 to 1946 (annually); 1947 to 1963 (bimonthly); 1964 to 1980 (annually); May 1981 to current year (monthly). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 50.73 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 9, 1948; lowest measured, 22.71 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 20

29.11 31.21

DEC 18 JAN 29

31.91 32.51

FEB 26 MAR 25

32.11 30.71

AUG 02 27

26.99 27.79

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

26.99

AUG 02, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 23

30.59

32.51

DATE

JAN 29, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

256

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

ST. JOHNS COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--301132081225801. Local Number SJ-150. Ponte Vedra Test Well near Ponte Vedra, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 30°11'28", long 81°23'01", in land grant 70, T.4 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080201, 290 ft west of State Highway 210 behind St. Johns County Courthouse Annex and Library, 1500 ft southwest of junction of State Highways 201 and A1A, and 1.6 mi southwest of Ponte Vedra Post Office. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 2,035 ft, cased to 1,980 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Land-surface datum is 6.34 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. gate valve, 4.56 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April 1986 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 5.63 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 29, 1993; lowest measured, 7.76 ft

below NGVD of 1929, June 27, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 26 NOV 20

-2.49 -1.50

DEC 18 JAN 29

-1.46 -1.47

FEB 25 MAR 25

-2.41 -3.28

APR 23 MAY 28

-3.81 -5.44

JUN 24 JUL 30

-5.00 -3.29

AUG 27 SEP 23

-2.34 -1.34

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

-5.44

MAY 28, 2002

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

HIGHEST

-1.34

SEP 23, 2002

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

257

ST JOHNS COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

293729081221201

05-14-02 09-17-02

1135 1200

SJ-104 MEADOWBRICK WELL

11.38 16.39

294128081291301

05-14-02 09-17-02

1115 1330

SJ-263 D.REID

3.79 15.47

294213081194401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1155 1140

SJ-0602 DOT I95 SOUTH

12.67 16.37

294519081184502

05-14-02 09-17-02

1205 1125

SJ-516 DUPONT CTR FIRE TOWER NR YELVINGTON,FL

12.63 15.62

294701081263301

05-14-02 09-17-02

0830 1255

SJ-317 SIKES WELL NR ELKTON,FL

-3.50 22.63

295000081212702

05-14-02 09-17-02

1300 1105

SJ0824 TREATY PARK WELL AT ST AUGUSTINE,FL

19.81 24.89

295039081325401

05-14-02 09-17-02

0810 0950

SJ-133 WILSON

17.00 25.50

295132081164801

09-17-02

1050

SJ-92 ST.JOHNS CO.PARKS-REC OFFICE

19.31

295427081293101

05-14-02

0755

SJ-0027 BAKERSVILLE TOWER

25.33

295903081334301

05-16-02 09-17-02

1030 1330

SJ-119 (SUB FOR SJ-11)

20.73 30.93

300340081383901

05-15-02 09-17-02

1123 1255

SJ0508

23.23 31.51

300341081395401

05-14-02 09-17-02

1000 1310

SJ-12

25.27 31.57

300507081272701

05-14-02 09-17-02

0850 1215

SJ-163 SJRWMD DURBIN OBSERVATION WELL

32.70 37.81

301037081243901

05-15-02 09-24-02

0950 1000

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20.29 26.29

301212081252401

05-15-02 09-24-02

0930 0940

SJ-63 DEE DOT RANCH AT BULL PEN

34.08 39.38

301408081253101

05-15-02 09-24-02

0900 0915

SJ-60 DEE DOT RANCH AT CRACKER LODGE

12.94 20.54

GREENBRIER RD MIDDLE SCH NR SWITZERLAND,FL

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SEMINOLE COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--284147081220201. Seminole 125 Well at Longwood, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°41'47", long 81°22'02", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.1, T.21 S., R.29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 500 ft south of State Highway 434, at a point 1.3 mi west of State Highway 427 in Longwood. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 146 ft, cased to 63 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Water-stage recorder--15-minute interval. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 85.69 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of recorder shelf, 1.26 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1951 to September 1952 (monthly); November 1952 to current year. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 55.80 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 30, 1960; lowest, 30.11 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 27, 2000. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DAILY MAXIMUM VALUES DAY

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

5 10 15 20 25 EOM

41.89 39.08 42.08 41.67 41.72 41.38

42.03 38.49 38.67 41.50 40.82 40.95

40.50 40.16 37.39 40.02 37.55 39.47

40.49 39.96 40.34 40.42 40.19 39.52

39.96 36.87 37.04 39.79 40.67 40.30

40.36 39.49 39.62 38.94 38.08 37.49

38.93 37.28 38.87 38.46 37.11 34.88

36.18 35.95 35.27 36.21 35.92 36.80

33.65 36.12 37.73 38.55 39.89 40.28

40.75 40.72 41.04 40.43 41.17 41.54

42.59 42.49 42.77 43.18 42.28 43.85

44.12 43.82 43.62 43.78 44.10 43.20

MAX

42.52

42.11

40.85

40.65

40.85

40.38

39.07

37.15

40.28

41.74

43.85

44.42

CAL YR 2001 WTR YR 2002

MAX 42.71 MAX 44.42

WELL NUMBER.--284217081023001. Kilbee Number 3 Test Well near Geneva, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°42'17", long 81°02'30", in SE1⁄4NE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.32, T.20 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, near mouth of Econlockhatchee River, 0.5 mi west of St. Johns River, 0.7 mi south of State Road 46, and 5.0 mi southeast of Geneva. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 4 in., depth 154 ft, cased to 58 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 11.76 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.33 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1982 to September 1995 (semiannually); January 1996 to September 1997 (monthly); May 1998 to September

2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to September 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 11.88 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 11, 1982; lowest, 5.85 ft above sea

level, May 15, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

OCT 25 NOV 26

10.85 10.40

DEC 19 JAN 28

9.28 8.43

FEB 25 MAY 13

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

WATER LEVEL 8.78 6.18

6.18

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

11.13

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

11.13

WATER LEVEL

DATE

SEP 16, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

261

SEMINOLE COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

283933081123103

05-13-02 09-16-02

1135 0731

S-1193 AT OVIEDO WTP

284052081212601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1450 1140

S-1014 CHARLOTTE STREET

38.10 45.84

284133081105701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1108 0750

FLORIDA AVE WELL NR OVIEDO

16.19 23.69

284247081070801

05-13-02 09-16-02

1040 0805

GENEVA WELL S-0001 NR GENEVA,FL

16.67 21.56

284412081071102

05-13-02 09-16-02

1010 0815

OLD GENEVA FIRE STATION

14.22 19.14

284533081204801

05-13-02 09-16-02

1400 1052

84512005

284715081051802

05-13-02 09-16-02

1234 0920

S-0086 OSCEOLA LANDFILL

8.11 14.30

284923081234802

05-13-02 09-16-02

1328 1017

S-1230 YANKEE LAKE

17.63 21.16

20S30E08

29.29 36.96

S-1253

28.85 35.01

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WELL NUMBER.--282741081585701. Withlacoochee State Forest Green Swamp Well near Bay Lake, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°27'41", long 81°58'57", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.26, T.23 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, in Withlacoochee State Forest, at southwest corner of Center and South Loop Roads, 4.8 mi east of State Highway 471, and 4.8 mi west of Bay Lake. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 175 ft, cased to 99 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 96.94 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.60 ft above land-surface

datum. Prior to June 1991, 3.00 ft above land-surface datum.

COOPERATION.--Data provided by Southwest Florida Water Management District from October 1983 to September 1985.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--July 1959, September 1964 to September 1984 (bimonthly); October 1984 to September 1985 (monthly); October

1986 to current year (bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 96.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 8, 1974; lowest measured, 89.29 ft

above NGVD of 1929, May 4, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 19 JAN 15

94.61 95.19

MAR 11 MAY 07

94.76 91.86

MAY 13 JUL 09

91.24 93.99

AUG 29 SEP 16

95.17 95.83

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

91.24

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

95.83

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--283638082025702. Webster City Well 2 at Webster, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°36'38", long 82°02'57", in SW1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.31, T.21 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 100 ft west of town water tank at east end of Main Street in Webster. Owner: City of Webster. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 8 in., depth 341 ft, cased to 174 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 91.85 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Mark on top of 14 in casing protector,

2.94 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to June 1997, .89 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--April to September 1978; October 1979 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly). Prior to

October 1992 published as Webster City Recorder Well at Webster, FL.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 88.50 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 23, 1998; lowest daily maximum

water level, 74.45 ft above NGVD of 1929, July 20, 1981.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

81.87 80.84 80.14

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

79.80 79.54 79.80

APR 22 MAY 13 28

78.91 77.87 77.62

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

79.31 86.33

86.13

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

77.62

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

86.82

86.82

DATE

SEP 16, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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SUMTER COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--284619082035101. ROMP 111 Well at Tompkins Park near Coleman, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°46'19", long 82°03'51", in NW1⁄4SE1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.1, T.20 S., R.22 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, in G.B. Tompkins Park on U.S. Highway 301, 500 ft north of Shady Brook, and 2.0 mi south of Coleman. Owner: Southwest Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, observation well, diameter 8 in., depth 192 ft, cased to 62 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 59.34 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 8 in. coupling, 1.62 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1975 to September 1992; October 1992 to current year (monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 53.09 ft above NGVD of 1929, Mar. 31, 1987; lowest, 44.23 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 30, 1992.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27 DEC 19

50.13 49.18 48.81

JAN 28 FEB 25 MAR 25

48.80 48.72 48.78

APR 22 MAY 14 28

48.30 47.65 47.36

JUN 20 JUL 29 AUG 26

47.90 52.43 51.11

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

47.36

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

50.70

52.43

DATE

WATER LEVEL

JUL 29, 2002

WELL NUMBER.--285119082120601. Sumter 13 Replacement Well near Wildwood, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°51'19", long 82°12'05", in SW1⁄4NW1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.10, T.19 S., R.21 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on north side of State Highway 44, 1.2 mi east of Withlacoochee River, and 9.0 mi west of Wildwood. Owner: South Florida Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 33 ft, cased to 28 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 47.80 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Shelter floor, 4.81 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--August 2002 to September 2002.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 44.66 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 17, 2002; lowest water level

measured, 43.80 ft above NGVD of 1929, August 26, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

AUG 26

43.80

SEP 17

44.66

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

43.80

AUG 26, 2002

HIGHEST

44.66

SEP 17, 2002

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WELL NUMBER.--285121082112201. Sumter 13 Well near Wildwood, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°51'21", long 82°11'22", in NW1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.10, T.19 S., R.21 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, on south side of State Highway 44, 2.0 mi east of Withlacoochee River, and 9.1 mi west of Wildwood. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 31 ft, cased to 26 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 50.80 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of 6 in. coupling, 2.50 ft above land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1964 to July 1973 (bimonthly); August 1973 to September 1992; October 1992 to June 2002 (monthly) discontinued. EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 47.16 ft above NGVD of 1929, Oct. 6, 1982; lowest water level measured, 36.37 ft above NGVD of 1929, June 20, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 27

40.71 39.37

DEC 19 JAN 28

38.74 38.81

FEB 25 MAR 25

38.91 39.32

APR 22 MAY 14

38.37 37.42

MAY 28 JUN 20

36.97 36.37

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

36.37

JUN 20, 2002

HIGHEST

40.71

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--2852070820l450l. Masters Avenue City Well at Wildwood, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°52'07", long 82°01'45", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4NW1⁄4 sec.5, T.19 S., R.23 E., Hydrologic Unit 03100208, 100 ft east of Masters Avenue, and 600 ft north of Cleveland Avenue in Wildwood. Owner: City of Wildwood. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geological Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, unused, artesian well, diameter 12 in., depth 82 ft, cased to 62 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Bimonthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 82.58 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Bottom edge of 2 in. vent pipe, 1.48 ft

above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--March 1961 to January 1978 (bimonthly); February 1978 to October 1979; November 1979 to current year

(bimonthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 57.86 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 15, 1964; lowest measured,

43.34 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 7, 2002.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 19 JAN 14

47.08 45.64

MAR 11 MAY 07

45.20 43.34

MAY 14 JUL 01

44.09 45.76

AUG 28 SEP 17

51.04

50.46

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

43.34

MAY 07, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

51.04

WATER LEVEL

DATE

AUG 28, 2002

WATER

LEVEL

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STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

281951082012001

05-13-02 09-16-02

0807 0902

81920101GREEN SWAMP L11MD NR DADE CITY, FL

84.85 91.18

281951082012002

05-13-02 09-16-02

0815 0905

81920102GREEN SWAMP L11MM NR DADE CITY, FL

84.99 91.35

281951082012003

05-13-02 09-16-02

0805 0900

81920103 GREEN SWAMP L11MS NR DADE CITY, FL

85.50 91.46

282740082012101

05-13-02 09-16-02

0915 0812

82720101GREEN SWAMP L12BD NR BAY LAKE, FL

86.39 92.42

282740082012102

05-13-02 09-16-02

0917 0810

82720102GREEN SWAMP L12BS NR BAY LAKE, FL

86.66 92.44

283432081592401

05-13-02 09-16-02

0705 0658

83415901

22S23E15 JC 51 HUGH ILEY

86.39 92.24

283539082000301

05-13-02 09-16-02

0948 1104

83520001

25S23E10 JC 67 FLA ROCK IND NO 2

82.70 88.66

283637082081501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1017 1140

83620801

21S22E32 SCL RR USED 155

60.94 66.64

283829082123701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1036 1205

83821202

21S21E21 JC 47 N R DOKE

40.19 46.77

283904082001601

05-13-02 09-17-02

1229 0645

83920001

21S23E22 JC 65 U S GEOL SURVEY

78.47 83.44

283952082022001

05-14-02 09-16-02

0703 1328

83920201

21S23E18 JC 42 PARROT RANCH

71.94 83.42

283953082051401

05-13-02 09-16-02

1202 1310

83920501

21S22E14 JC 36

70.82 76.75

284105081594301

05-13-02 09-16-02

1250 1401

STUART RANCH REPLACEMENT NR CENTER HILL

82.34 88.59

284115082062601

05-14-02 09-17-02

0738 0754

84120601

21S22E04 JC 27A

56.53 61.44

284146082061401

05-14-02 09-17-02

0750 0825

84120604

21S22E03 JC 32

56.62 59.88

284147082052801

05-14-02 09-17-02

0808 0737

84120506

21S22E03 JC 34

63.61 66.74

284212082071701

05-14-02 09-17-02

0840 0807

84220702

20S22E32 JC 63 U S GEOL SURVEY

53.18 55.98

284317082142601

05-13-02 09-16-02

1120 1242

84321401

20S21E30 TRAILER PARK NW OF WAHOO

37.58 42.02

284435082011701

05-14-02 09-17-02

1002 0844

BRENTWOOD WELL NR SUMTERVILLE,FL

57.03 63.33

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STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

284449082055201

05-14-02

1027

84420502

20S22E15 WOODWARD RESIDENCE

39.36

284449082055201

09-17-02

0935

84420502

20S22E15 WOODWARD RESIDENCE

44.37

284703082001701

09-17-02

0920

LOWES BURNED HOUSE WELL NR ADAMSVILLE, FL

56.18

284809082080701

05-14-02 09-17-02

1050 0955

84820801

37.19 39.77

284955081595801

05-14-02 09-17-02

1220 1135

BYRD TRAILER WELL NR ORANGE HOME,FL

61.06 67.54

285112082124001

05-14-02

1110

85121201

19S21E09 JC 60 U S GEOL SURVEY

33.68

285150082044001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1139 1055

85120401

19S22E02 JC 58 U S GEOL SURVEY

43.53 48.33

285420081571901

05-14-02 09-17-02

1310 1355

SMITH WELL NO.2 NR CHERRY LAKE,FL

46.47 52.78

285422082001901

05-14-02 09-17-02

1253 1336

HATCHER WELL AT LAKE MIONA NR OXFORD,FL

41.72 47.46

285536082044001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1155 1110

85520401

42.47 48.21

19S22E30 HOWARD KENT

18S22E14 G N SMITH

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EXPLANATION 2 WELL AND INDEX NUMBER 0

2

4

6

8 10 MILES

0 2 4 6 8 10 KILOMETERS

Figure 27.--Location of wells in Volusia County.

272

WELL DESCRIPTIONS AND WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS

VOLUSIA COUNTY

WELL NUMBER.--285745081054001. USGS Well at Alamana, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°57'05", long 81°05'40", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.2, T.18 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, on west side of Lake Ashby Road, 0.2 mi southeast of the intersection with State Highway 415, and 0.8 mi north of Alamana. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 121 ft, cased to 113 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 35.90 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of shelter floor, 2.99 ft above

land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1936 to September 1950 (monthly); October 1950 to September 1999; October 1999 to September 2002

(monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest daily maximum water level, 32.10 ft above NGVD of 1929, September 1945; lowest, 24.31 ft

above NGVD of 1929, July 3, 1998.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

30.07 30.25

DEC 19 JAN 28

29.69 29.79

FEB 25 MAR 25

29.34 28.41

APR 22 MAY 28

28.09 25.53

JUN 24 JUL 29

28.59 29.52

AUG 26 SEP 17

29.75 29.07

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

25.53

MAY 28, 2002

HIGHEST

30.25

NOV 26, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--285934081041801. USGS Test Well Number 10 near Samsula, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 28°59'34", long 81°04'18", in SE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.26, T.17 S., R.32 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 45 ft east of State Highway 415 and 1.3 mi south of State Highway 44. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, diameter 3 in., depth 442.5 ft, cased to 105 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurements with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 34.53 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.50 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--May 1976 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 29.28 ft above NGVD of 1929, September 25, 2001; lowest measured,

22.12 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 17, 1990.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

28.86 29.00

DEC 19 JAN 28

28.67 28.41

FEB 25 MAY 14

28.24 23.33

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

23.33

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

27.95

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

29.00

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

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VOLUSIA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290138081203202. V-115 USGS Test Well J-2 west of DeLand, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°01'38", long 81°20'32", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.13, T.17 S., R. 29 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 100 ft south of State Highway 44, 1.1 mi west of the intersection of State Highway 44 and State Highway 15A. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 500 ft, cased to 252 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 41.65 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing 3.00 ft above land-surface

datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.-- January 1967 to November 1968 (quarterly); May 1969 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to

February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 18.61 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 4, Sept. 3, 1969; lowest measured,

5.61 ft above NGVD of 1929, Jan. 25, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

13.76 13.79

DEC 19 JAN 28

13.38 12.56

FEB 25 MAY 15

11.71 9.18

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

9.18

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 18

13.26

MAY 15, 2002

HIGHEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

13.79

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 26, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--290230081123401. V-118 USGS Test Well Number 5, east of Deland, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°02'30", long 81°12'34", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.8, T.17 S., R.31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 2.1 mi northeast of State Highway 44, 100 ft west of Interstate 4. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation, artesian well, diameter 3 in., depth 241 ft, cased to 72 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 39.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 3.0 ft above land-surface datum. Prior to October 1, 2001, elevation of land-surface datum was 37.03 ft above NGVD of 1929. PERIOD OF RECORD.-- May 1976 to November 1997 (semiannually); January 1998 to December 1998 (bimonthly); May 1999 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 37.87 ft above NGVD of 1929, Nov. 26, 2001; lowest measured, 28.41 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 20, 1977. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

37.59 37.87

DEC 19 JAN 28

37.60 37.27

FEB 25 MAY 13

36.77 34.58

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

34.58

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

37.84

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

37.87

WATER LEVEL

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER LEVEL

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VOLUSIA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--290806081013901. V-162 City Observation Well Number 2 at Port Orange, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°08'06", long 81°01'39", in NE1⁄4NE1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.7, T.6 S., R.33 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, located .25 mi north of water plant entrance off of Clyde Morris Blvd., northwest of intersection Herbert Street and Clyde Morris Blvd. Owner: City of Port Orange. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation well, diameter 3 in., depth 223.5 ft, cased to 103 ft.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 26.37 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of coupling at land-surface datum.

Prior to October 1, 2001, elevation of land-surface datum was 30.00 ft above NGVD of 1929.

PERIOD OF RECORD.-- May 1981 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current

year (semiannually).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 8.61 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 25, 2001; lowest measured, 4.86 ft

below land-surface datum, May 15, 1985.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

4.20 5.75

DEC 19 JAN 28

3.37 3.99

FEB 25 MAY 14

4.50 -4.31

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

-4.31

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 17

3.71

MAY 14, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

5.75

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 26, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--291508081302801. V-065 SJRWMD Well 2-M west of Pierson, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°15'08", long 81°30'28", in SW1⁄4SW1⁄4NE1⁄4 sec.30, T.14 S., R. 28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 20 ft east of Old Bubbly Trail, 1.75 mi north of Shell Harbor Road, 2.0 mi west of Pierson. Owner: St. Johns River Water Management District. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation well, diameter 4 in., depth 180 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 10.85 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing 4.23 ft above land-surface

datum. Prior to May 2002 casing was 2.35 ft above land-surface datum.

PERIOD OF RECORD.-- February 1979 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to May 2002 (monthly) discontinued.

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 15.26 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 27, 1979; lowest measured, 2.58 ft

above NGVD of 1929, Dec. 21, 2000.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25

14.59

DATE

WATER LEVEL

NOV 26

14.35

WATER YEAR 2002

DATE DEC 19 LOWEST

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

14.22

JAN 28

13.85

FEB 25

11.33

MAY 13, 2002

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

HIGHEST

14.59

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER

LEVEL

14.21

MAY 13

11.33

OCT 25, 2001

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VOLUSIA COUNTY--Continued

WELL NUMBER.--291523081095001. V-130 USGS Well Number 1 near Ormond Beach, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°15'23", long 81°09'50", in NE1⁄4NW1⁄4SW1⁄4 sec.27, T.14 S., R. 31 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080101, 20 ft north of State Highway 40 and 3 mi west of I-95. Owner: U.S. Geological Survey. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD. WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, observation well, diameter 3 in., depth 242 ft, cased to 82 ft. INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked or electric tape. DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 22.49 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Casing at land-surface datum. PERIOD OF RECORD.-- May 1976 to September 2000 (semiannually); December 2000 to February 2002 (monthly); May 2002 to current year (semiannually). EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 19.61 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 17, 1994; lowest measured, 11.44 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 13, 2002. ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002 DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25 NOV 26

17.00 16.95

DEC 19 JAN 28

16.74 16.16

FEB 25 MAY 13

15.79 11.44

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

11.44

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 16

16.85

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

17.00

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 25, 2001

WELL NUMBER.--291905081251001. R. Nolan Well near Seville, FL.

LOCATION.--Lat 29°19'05", long 81°25'10", in SE1⁄4SE1⁄4 sec.36, T.13 S., R.28 E., Hydrologic Unit 03080103, 25 ft south of State Highway 305, 100 ft west of Volusia-Flagler County line, and 4.8 mi east of U.S. Highway 17 in Seville. Owner: Robert Nolan. AQUIFER.--Floridan aquifer system of the Tertiary System, Geologic Unit 120 FLRD.

WELL CHARACTERISTICS.--Drilled, stock, artesian well, diameter 6 in., depth 138 ft, casing length unknown.

INSTRUMENTATION.--Monthly measurement with chalked tape.

DATUM.--Elevation of land-surface datum is 23.30 ft above NGVD of 1929. Measuring point: Top of casing, 1.21 ft above land-surface

datum.

COOPERATION.--Since Oct. 1, 1985 data provided by St. Johns River Water Management District and reviewed by U.S. Geological

Survey.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--December 1935 to April 1950 (monthly); July 1950 to September 1985 (bimonthly); October 1985 to current year

(monthly).

EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD.--Highest water level measured, 22.90 ft above NGVD of 1929, Sept. 1, Oct. 1, 1947; lowest measured,

14.51 ft above NGVD of 1929, May 15, 2001.

ELEVATION (IN FEET ABOVE NGVD), WATER YEAR OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

DATE

WATER LEVEL

OCT 22 NOV 26 DEC 17

20.63 20.99 20.61

JAN 29 FEB 25 MAR 26

20.20 20.32 18.44

MAY 13 29 JUN 20

15.82 17.09 18.26

JUL 29 AUG 27 SEP 16

20.25 20.41

20.66

WATER YEAR 2002

LOWEST

15.82

MAY 13, 2002

HIGHEST

DATE

WATER LEVEL

SEP 25

20.78

20.99

DATE

NOV 26, 2001

WATER

LEVEL

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

276

VOLUSIA COUNTY

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

STATION NAME

284840081115701

05-14-02 09-17-02

0830 0915

V-0818 OSTEEN RANCH

284859080501002

05-14-02 09-17-02

1005 1050

V-0840 MIGOR SHILOH RD NR OAK HILL,FL

.66 4.12

285143080521401

05-14-02 09-17-02

0945 1030

85105202 LOOMIS NURSERY WELL W OF OAK HILL

6.04 9.47

285221081095002

05-14-02 09-17-02

0800 0930

85210902 USGS TEST WELL G-2, N. OF OSTEEN, FL

21.24 26.85

285419081041001

05-14-02 09-17-02

0850 0955

V-0198 LAKE ASHBY TWR DEEP

10.43 18.59

285442081181401

05-14-02 09-18-02

1340 1235

V-0196 ORANGE CITY TWR DEEP

15.91 21.17

285524081132403

05-15-02 09-17-02

1610 1235

V-0772 GALAXY MIDDLE SCHOOL

8.73 14.55

285813081142402

05-15-02 09-16-02

1045 1525

V-0777 LAKE HELEN UPPER

15.90 21.27

285921080541001

05-14-02 09-17-02

1040 1110

85905402 MOORE WELL RIVERSIDE DR

290103080551902

05-14-02 09-17-02

1150 1120

V-0508 NEW SMYRNA BEACH

290225081040301

05-14-02 09-17-02

1235 1145

90210402 17S32E11 USGS TEST WELL 9,N.SAMSULA

16.91 21.58

290541081132902

05-13-02 09-17-02

1505 1545

90511304 USGS 04 DP TEST W. NR. DELAND,FL.6"CSG

34.81 37.79

290550081162601

05-15-02 09-18-02

0830 1010

V-0808 WL LAWRENCE 4IN NR LK DAUGHARTY

37.42 41.39

290614081183301

05-15-02 09-18-02

0910 1035

V-0742

31.24 35.77

290737081220301

05-15-02 09-18-02

1500 1120

90712201 HAGSTROM IRRIG WELL, W OF DELEON SPGS

290828081215103

05-15-02 09-18-02

0945 1130

1030 WELL AT DELEON SPRINGS,FL

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

14.28 19.01

EDGEWATER

4.14 7.37 -.04 4.22

8.22 9.92 17.06 20.23

MISCELLANEOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS OCTOBER 2001 TO SEPTEMBER 2002

277

VOLUSIA COUNTY---Continued

STATION NUMBER

DATE

TIME

STATION NAME

ELEV­ ATION ABOVE NGVD (FEET)

290834081073802

05-13-02 09-17-02

1410 1525

V-0188

13.20

17.44

291031080590103

05-14-02 09-17-02

1130 1450

V-0200

291040081143701

05-13-02 09-18-02

1440 0910

V-0700 ORMOND BEACH DAN FORD

30.62

33.63

291150081282501

05-13-02 09-16-02

1315 1330

91112806

15S28E14 HARPERS WELL E OF MURPHY RD

24.69

28.87

291258081313701

05-13-02 09-16-02

1255 1210

91213103 4" SUPPLY WELL,SE L.GEORGE,NR EMPORIA

5.28

8.23

291448081274905

05-13-02 09-16-02

0945 1140

V-0531 PIERSON UPPER

291835081324201

05-13-02 09-16-02

1100 1000

91813201 USED 426 PINE ISLAND, W.OF SEVILLE

292038081315302

05-13-02 09-16-02

1030 1020

V-0567

DAYTONA BEACH SHORES 4INUFA DAYTONA BCH,FL

Note.--Negative figures indicate water level below NGVD of 1929.

-2.17

1.32

19.49

24.36

4.77

7.63

28.84

31.47

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INDEX TO INTRODUCTORY TEXT

Acid neutralizing capacity, definition of .............................................................................................................................10

Acre-foot, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................10

Adenosine triphosphate, definition of .................................................................................................................................10

Algae, definition Blue-green, definition of

Blue-green, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................11

Algae, definition of ..................................................................................................................................................................

Fire, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................15

Green, definition of ......................................................................................................................................................15

Algal growth potential, definition of ...................................................................................................................................10

Alkalinity, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................10

Annual 7-day minimum, definition of .................................................................................................................................10

Annual runoff, definition of ................................................................................................................................................10

Aquifer, water table, definition of ............................................................................................................................................

able, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................26

Aroclor ................................................................................................................................................................................10

Artificial substrate, definition of .........................................................................................................................................10

Ash mass, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................10

Bacteri Fecal streptococcal, definition of

Fecal streptococcal, definition of .................................................................................................................................15

Bacteria Escherichia coli, definition of

Escherichia coli, definition of ......................................................................................................................................14

Bacteria, d Fecal coliform, definition of

Fecal coliform, definition of ........................................................................................................................................15

Bacteria, def Enterococcus, definition of

Enterococcus, definition of ..........................................................................................................................................14

Bacteria, deTotal coliform, definition of

Total coliform, definition of .........................................................................................................................................25

Base flow, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................11

Bed load, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................11

Bed material, definition of ..................................................................................................................................................11

Bed-load discharge, definition of ........................................................................................................................................11

Benthic organisms, definition of .........................................................................................................................................11

Biochemical oxygen demand, definition of ........................................................................................................................11

Biomass pigment ratio, definition of ...................................................................................................................................11

Biomass, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................11

Blue-green algae, definition of ............................................................................................................................................11

Bottom material, definition of .............................................................................................................................................11

Cells/volume, definition of ..................................................................................................................................................11

Chemical oxygen demand, definition of .............................................................................................................................12

Color unit, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................12

Confined aquifer, definition of ............................................................................................................................................12

Contents, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................12

Control structure, definition of ............................................................................................................................................12

Control, definition of ...........................................................................................................................................................12

Cubic foot per second per square mile, definition of ..........................................................................................................13

Cubic foot per second, definition of ....................................................................................................................................12

Cubic foot per second-day, definition of .............................................................................................................................13

Diatom, definition of ...........................................................................................................................................................13

Diel, definition of ................................................................................................................................................................13

Dissolved oxygen, definition of ..........................................................................................................................................13

Dissolved, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................13

Dissolved-solids concentration, definition of ......................................................................................................................13

Diversity index, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................14

Drainage area, definition of .................................................................................................................................................14

Drainage basin, definition of ...............................................................................................................................................14

Dry mass, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................14

Dry weight, definition of .....................................................................................................................................................14

WATER RESOURCES DATA FOR FLORIDA, 2002 Volume 1B: Northeast Florida Ground Water

INDEX TO INTRODUCTORY TEXT---Continued

Enterococcus bacteria, definition of ....................................................................................................................................14

Escherichia coli (E. coli), definition of ...............................................................................................................................14

Euglenoids, definition of .....................................................................................................................................................14

Fecal coliform bacteria, definition of ..................................................................................................................................15

Fecal streptococcal bacteria, definition of ...........................................................................................................................15

Fire algae, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................15

Flow-duration percentiles, definition of ..............................................................................................................................15

Gage height, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................15

Gaging station, definition of ................................................................................................................................................15

Gas chromatography/flame ionization detector, definition of ............................................................................................15

Green algae, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................15

Hardness, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................16

High tide, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................16

Hydrologic unit, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................16

Land-surface datum, definition of .......................................................................................................................................16

Light-attenuation coefficient, definition of .........................................................................................................................17

Lipid, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................................17

Low flow, 7-day 10-year, definition of ...............................................................................................................................22

Low tide, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................17

Macrophytes, definition of ..................................................................................................................................................17

Mean discharge, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................17

Measuring point, definition of .............................................................................................................................................17

Membrane filter, definition of .............................................................................................................................................17

Metamorphic stage, definition of ........................................................................................................................................17

Methylene blue active substances, definition of .................................................................................................................18

Micrograms per gram, definition of ....................................................................................................................................18

Micrograms per kilogram, definition of ..............................................................................................................................18

Micrograms per liter, definition of ......................................................................................................................................18

Microsiemens per centimeter, definition of ........................................................................................................................18

Milligrams per liter, definition of ........................................................................................................................................18

Miscellaneous site, definition of .........................................................................................................................................18

Most probable number (MPN), definition of ......................................................................................................................18

Multiple-plate samplers, definition of .................................................................................................................................18

Nanograms per liter, definition of .......................................................................................................................................18

Natural substrate, definition of ............................................................................................................................................18

Nekton, definition of ...........................................................................................................................................................18

Nephelometric turbidity unit, definition of .........................................................................................................................19

Open or screened interval, definition of ..............................................................................................................................19

Organic carbon, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................19

Organic mass, definition of .................................................................................................................................................19

Organism count, definition of

Area, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................19

Total, definition ............................................................................................................................................................25

Volume, definition of ...................................................................................................................................................19

Organochlorine compounds, definition of ..........................................................................................................................19

Parameter Code, definition of .............................................................................................................................................19

Partial-record station, definition of .....................................................................................................................................19

Particle size, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................19

Particle-size classification, definition of .............................................................................................................................19

Percent composition, definition of ......................................................................................................................................20

Periodic station, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................20

Periphyton, definition of .....................................................................................................................................................20

Pesticides, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................20

pH, definition of ..................................................................................................................................................................20

Phytoplankton, definition of ................................................................................................................................................20

Picocurie, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................20

Plankton, definition of .........................................................................................................................................................20

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB s), definition of ...............................................................................................................20

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INDEX TO INTRODUCTORY TEXT---Continued

Polychlorinated naphthalenes, definition of ........................................................................................................................20

Primary productivity, definition of ......................................................................................................................................21

Carbon method, definition of .......................................................................................................................................21

Oxygen method, definition of ......................................................................................................................................21

Radioisotopes, definition of ................................................................................................................................................21

Recoverable, bottom material, definition of ........................................................................................................................21

Recurrence interval, definition of ........................................................................................................................................21

Replicate samples, definition of ..........................................................................................................................................21

River mileage, definition of ................................................................................................................................................22

Runoff, definition of ............................................................................................................................................................22

Sea level, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................22

Sediment, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................22

Sodium adsorption ratio, definition of ................................................................................................................................22

Specific conductance, definition of .....................................................................................................................................22

Stable isotope ratio, definition of ........................................................................................................................................22

Stage (see gage height) ........................................................................................................................................................22

Stage-discharge relation, definition of ................................................................................................................................23

Streamflow, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................23

Substrate, artificial, definition of

ficial, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................10

Substrate, definition of ........................................................................................................................................................23

Substrate, natural, definition of, definition of .....................................................................................................................18

Surface area, definition of ...................................................................................................................................................23

Surficial bed material, definition of ....................................................................................................................................23

Suspended sediment, definition of ......................................................................................................................................23

Suspended, definition of ......................................................................................................................................................23

Recoverable, definition of ............................................................................................................................................23

Total, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................24

Suspended-sediment concentration, definition of ...............................................................................................................23

Suspended-sediment discharge, definition of ......................................................................................................................23

Suspended-sediment load, definition of ..............................................................................................................................23

Synoptic studies, definition of .............................................................................................................................................24

Taxonomy, definition of ......................................................................................................................................................24

Time-weighted average, definition of .................................................................................................................................24

Tons per acre-foot, definition of .........................................................................................................................................24

Total coliform bacteria, definition of ..................................................................................................................................25

Total discharge, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................25

Total length, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................25

Total load, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................25

Total organism count, definition of .....................................................................................................................................25

Total recoverable, definition of ...........................................................................................................................................25

Total sediment discharge, definition of ...............................................................................................................................25

Total, bottom material, definition of ...................................................................................................................................25

Total, definition of ...............................................................................................................................................................24

Volatile organic compounds, definition of ..........................................................................................................................26

Water table, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................26

Water year, definition of .....................................................................................................................................................26

Water-table aquifer, definition of ........................................................................................................................................26

WDR, definition of ..............................................................................................................................................................26

Weighted average, definition of ..........................................................................................................................................26

Wet mass, definition of .......................................................................................................................................................26

Wet weight, definition of ....................................................................................................................................................26

WSP, definition of ...............................................................................................................................................................26

Zooplankton, definition of ...................................................................................................................................................26

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Water Resources Data Florida Water Year 2002

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