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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
Ernest Mitts, Director

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 4





BIBLIOGRAPHY AND INDEX OF ARTICLES
RELATING TO THE GROUND-WATER
RESOURCES OF FLORIDA
1861-1955






A. G. Unkle sbay,
Ralph C. Heath and Harry M. Peek





Prepared by U. S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey


Tallahassee, Florida
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
Ernest Mitts, Director

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 4





BIBLIOGRAPHY AND INDEX OF ARTICLES
RELATING TO THE GROUND-WATER
RESOURCES OF FLORIDA
1861-1955





By
A. G. Unklesbay,
Ralph C. Heath and Harry M. Peek





Prepared by U. S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey


Tallahassee, Florida
19 59















TABLE OF CONTENTS


Intro duction .. . . . .. . .. ..


Bibliography.................................


Index .. .. .. . . . . . . . .








BIBLIOGRAPHY AND INDEX OF ARTICLES RELATING

TO THE GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF FLORIDA

By
A. G. Unklesbay, Ralph C. Heath,
and Harry M. Peek


INTRODUCTION

This bibliography has been compiled as a guide to the
available literature on the ground-water resources of
Florida. It incorporates an unpublished bibliography of
literature available through 1945, which was compiled by
A. G. Unkle sbay while he was a member of the U. S. Geological
Survey. Literature made available from 1945 through 1954
was compiled by Ralph C. Heath. Additional compilation,
indexing, and finalpreparation were done by Harry M. Peek.
Although the search for material has been thorough, it is
likely that a few publications or papers have been omitted.
Users of this bibliography are requested to report such
omission to the Florida Geological Survey or to the U. S.
Geological Survey, Tallahassee, Florida.

Publications are listed alphabetically by authors, and
the entries of each author are listed chronologically under
his name. Papers having more than one author are listed
under the name of the senior author, but are referred to
under the name of the co-author also.

The index that follows the bibliography includes areas,
subjects, and cross-references in alphabetical order. Pub-
lications are referred to by the name of the author, or senior
author, and by the year of publication.

Most of the publications listed are on file in the library
of the Florida Geological Survey, and in the larger public,

























2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

college, or universitylibraries in the State. Copies of many
of these publications are available for distribution to the
public and may be obtained fromthe publishing agency. The
unpublished material is not generally available for distri-
bution, but it is on file in the library of the Florida Geological
Survey or the U. S. Geological Survey at Tallahassee.

Use of geologic names in the annotations is that of the
authors of the annotated papers and does not necessarily
conform to that of the U. S. Geological Survey and the Florida
Geological Survey.






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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Allison, R. V. (see Clayton, B. S. )

Anders, Robert B. (see Peek, Harry M., 1955)


O. L.
Feedwater treatment on the Atlantic Coast L~ine
Railroad: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
v. 23, p. 1169-1172.


Anderson,
19 31


Angas, Robert M.
1955 Cleaning of wells by use of hydrochloric acid:
Florida Eng. Soc. Jour., p. 102-104.
[Describes the results obtained by acidizing
a well owned by the city of Neptune Beach.]

Baldwin, Mark
1915 (and Hawker, H. W. ) Soil survey of the Fort
Lauderdale area, F~lorida: U. S. Dept. Agr.,
Bur. Soils, 52 p., 9 pls., 1 fig.
[Plate A is a map showing position of the
water table between Lake Okeechobee and
Fort Lauderdale, January through March,
1915.]

Barraclough, Jack T. (see Heath, Ralph C., 1954b)

Bellamy, Jeanne
1947 Taming the Everglades, A report on water
control: Miami Herald, 18 p., illustrations.
[A pamphlet published by the Miami Herald
in the intere sts of an adequate water -control
programinthe Everglades. Contains abrief
description of the physical features and de-
velopment of the Everglades and the high-
lights of the flood control plan developed
after the 1947 flood.

Biting, Clarence R.
1945 South Florida's water supply: Florida High-
ways, v. 13, no. 6, p. 23.







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Black, A. P. (see also Pohl, Charles A.; Simons, George W. )
19 37 (and Stearns, T. W. ) Fluorine in Florida waters:
Am. Water Works Assoc., Florida Sec., 11th
Ann. Cony. Proc., p. 5-9.

19 39 Reforming Florida waters : Water Works Eng. ,
v. 92, p. 726, 729-730, 737.
[Describes briefly geology and climate of
the State; dis cus se s s alting of wells, fluorine
in ground water, water supplies for munic-
pal, industrial andirrigation use; describes
methods of water treatment in a few of the
principal cities. ]

1951 (and Brown, Eugene) Chemical character of
Florida's waters-1951: Florida State Board
Cons., Div. Water Survey and Research,
paper 6, 119 p. 3 figs.
[Discus sesa briefly wate r treatment and fac -
tor s affe cting wate r quality; contains seve ral
hundre d analyses of wate r s ample s colle cte d
from wells, springs and rivers, including
most of the analyses published in earlier
reports.

1953 (and Brown, Eugene, and Pearce, J. M. ) Salt
water intrusion in Florida-1953: Florida State
Board Cons., Div. Water Survey and Research,
paper 9, 38 p., 15 figs.
[ Contains a general discussion of the geology
and hydrology of the State, principles gov-
erning salt-water encroachment, and a sum-
mary of the hydrology and extent of salt-
water encroachment in the principal coastal
areas of the State. Table 3. ]

19 55 Water requirements in Florida: Eng. Progress
at Univ. of Florida, v. 9, no. 4, p. 14-18.
[Discusses current use of water in Florida
and estimates future requirements.]





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Boesch, Clarence E.
1935 (and Burwell, E. B., Carey, F. C., Paige,
Sidney, and Pirnie, Malcolm) Geological and
ground-water conditions in Florida in their
r elation to the Atlanti c -Gulf Ship Canal, Inte rim
Report: U. S. 74th Cong., 2d Sess., Senate
Doc. 147, 30 p., 10 figs.
[Discusses the stratigraphy, structure and
hydrology of the Florida Peninsula and con-
tains pre dictions of the effe ct of the Atlantic -
Gulf Ship Canal on the ground-water re-
sources. Also contains a discus sion of the
principles of hydrology pertaining to the
canal. ]

19 38 (and othe r s) Wate rway fr om Cumb e land Sound,
Georgia and Florida, to the Mississippi River,
Atlantic-Gulf Ship Canal: Annex 3, v. 1, pt. 1,
Report of Geology and Ground-Water Board;
pt. 2, Eng. Geology; pt. 3, Hydrology; pt. 4,
Meteorology; v. 2, tables and plates; U. S. 75th
Cong., 1st Sess., House Doc. 194, p. 419-625,
93 pls., incl. index and geol. maps, 46 tables.

Bolster, R. H. (see Hall, M. R., 1909)

Boone, H. P.
19 29 Water supply of the Florida East Coast Rail-
road: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 21,
p. 331-336.

Brown, Eugene (see Black, A. P., 1951, 1953; Lohr, E. W.,
1953)

Brown, J. S.
1921 Ground water near Cedar Keys, Florida: U. S.
Geol. Survey, unpublished report of an inves-
tigation of certain islands for the U. S. Bureau
of Public Health, 37 typewritten pages, 8 pls.,
3 figs.

1922 Relation of sea water to ground water along
coasts: Am. Jour. Sci. v. 4, p. 274-294,
7 figs.

1925 A study of coastal ground water: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 537, 101 p., 20





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figs., 7 pls.
[Discusses contamination by sea water in
wells at Cedar Keys, Florida, p. 15, 24-25. ]

19 37 The Florida Ship Canal: Econ. Geology, v. 32,
p. 589-599.
(Discussion of effect of a sea-level canal on
the ground-water level of Florida by Sidney
Paige (1936). ]
Brown, Rus sell H. (see also Meinzer, O. E., 1944)
1944 (and Parker, Garald G. ) Salt-water encroach-
ment in limestone at Silver Bluff, Miami,
Florida, (abstract): Econ. Geology, v. 39,
p. 87.

1945 (and Parker, Garald G. ) Salt-water encroach-
ment in limestone at Silver Bluff, Miami,
Florida: Econ. Geology, v. 40, p. 235-262,
14 figs.
[Discus sion of s alt-wate r encroachment re -
sulting from the lowering of the water table
by drainage canals in the vicinity of MJiami,
Florida. ]

Buckman, Henry Holland
19 36 Documentary history of the Florida canal: U. S.
74th Cong., 2d Sess., Senate Doc. 275, 513 p.
[Document 95, on pages 159-160 gives dis-
cussion of effect of canal on ground-water
resources. ]

Burwell, Edward B. (see also Boesch, Clarence E., 1935)
19 34 The tr ans Florida canal inve stigation and s ome
geological problems involve d: Am. Water
Works Assoc., Florida Sec., 9th Ann. Cony.
Proc., p. 48-53.

1945 Ground-water investigations made during 1943
by the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army: Am.
Geophys. Union Trans. 1944, pt. 5, p. 723-724.
Calver, J. L.
19 51 Geology, in Black, A. P., and Brown, E.,
Chemical character of Florida's waters 1951:
Florida State Board of Cons., Water Survey
and Research Paper 6, p. 6-9, 1 fig.






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[A brief dis cus sion of the wate r-be aring for -
mation s and the occur rence of ground wate r .]

Carey, F. C. (see Boesch, Clarence E., 1935)

Clapp, F. G. (see Matson, G. C. 1909)

Clark, William E. (see Heath, R. C., 1951; Sayre, A.N.,
1952, 1953, 1954)

Clarke, F. W.
1890 A report of the work done in the Division of
Chemistry and Physics, mainly during the fiscal
year 1888-89: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 64,
p. 59-60.
[Contains analyses of water from two arte-
sian wells at St. Augustine, Florida. ]

1914 Water analyses from the laboratory of the
United States Geological Survey: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water -Supply Paper 364, 40 p.
[On page 12 are analyses of water from two
arte sian wells and one surface water sample
from St. Augustine, Florida. ]

Clayton, B. S.
1942 (and Neller, J. R. and Allison, R. V. ) Water
controlin the peat and muck soils of the Florida
Everglades: Univ. of Florida Agr. Expt. Sta.
Bull. 378.

Cole, W. Storrs
1944 Stratigraphic andpaleontologic studies of wells
in Florida-No. 3: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 26,
168 p., 29 pls., 5 figs.
[Contains an analysis of highly mineralized
water from an oil test well near Hilliard,
Florida, and geologic andpaleontologic logs
of water -supply well at the city of Quincy,
Florida. ]

1945 Stratigraphic andpaleontologic studies of wells
in Florida-No. 4: Florida Geol. Survey Bull.28,
160 p., 22 pls., 8 figs.
[Contains geologic and paleontologic logs







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of water-supply wells in Tallahassee and at
Dale Mabry Field. ]

.D.
The industrial utility of public water supplies s in
the United States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 496, 59 p., 1 pl., 1 fig.
[Analyses of water from the municipal sup-
plies of Jacksonville, Miami, Pensacola and
Tampa, are given in table 6, page 32. ]

(and Howard, C. S.) Chemical character of
waters of Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -
Supply Paper 596-G, p. 177-233, figs. 27-34.
[Gener alized dis cus sion of geology of Florida
and of quality of wate r, ac companies dby anal -
yses of 458 samples of ground and surface
water in the State. ]

Wythe (see also Parker, Garald G., 1944a)
(and Mossom, Stuart) Geology of Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey 20th Ann. Rept. p. 29 -
277, pls. 1-29.
[Comprehensive report of areal geology of
Florida. ]

Scenery of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 17, 118 p. 58 figs.
[Description of geomorphic development of
Florida. Include s dis cus sion of ground wate r
in relation to geomorphology. ]

Geology of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 29, 339 p. 1 pl. 47 figs.
[Comprehensive report on areal and sub-
surface geology of Florida. ]


Collins, W
1923







1928








Cooke, C.
1929






1939






1945





Cooper, H.


H. Jr.
O. E. ,
Sayre,


(see also Jacob, C. E. 1940; Meinzer,
1939, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945;
A. N., 1947, 1948; Stringfield, V.T.,





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1941, 1951a, 1951b, 1951c; Unklesbay, A. G.,
1945b, 1946)

1942a Memorandum regarding pumping tests and test
drilling at Hooker's Point near Tampa, Florida:
U. S. Geol. Survey, open file rept. 27 p. 1 fig.
[Describes a short investigation made in
April and May 1942, including results of
pumping tests and logs and records of test
wells, and a map showing location of wells. ]

1942b Salt-water intrusion in the vicinity of Pensacola,
Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey, open file rept.
( De scribe s encroachment of salt wate r in the
Pensacola area and analyzes geologic and
hydraulic properties s that affe ct extent of en -
croachment. ]

1942c The po ssibility of s alt -wate r intrusion in north-
east Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey, open file
rept.
[Considers the possibility of encroachment
in the Jacksonville, Fernandina, and St.
Augustine areas.Concludes that lateral en-
croachment from the ocean is unlikely but
that encroachment from the deeper strata
that contain highly mineralized water is
possible. ]

1944 Ground water investigations in Florida, (with
spe cial re fer ence to Duval and Nas sau counties s):
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 36, no. 2,
p. 169-185.
[Discussion ofeffect of heavy withdrawal of
artesian water for municipal and industrial
uses in northeastern Florida. ]

1945 (and Warren, M. A. ) The perennial yield of
artesian water in the coastal area of Georgia
and northeastern Florida: Econ. Geology, v. 40,
p. 263-282, 11 figs.
[Discussion of coefficients of transmissi-
bility and storage of water in limestone





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aquifers in the area studied, and the prac-
tical application of these coefficients in an
area of heavy withdrawal. ]

1950 (and Stringfield, V. T. ) Ground water in Flor-
ida: Florida Geol. Survey Inf. Cire. 3, 6 p.,
4 figs.
[Contains a brief description of the occur-
rence, source, movement, and consumption
of ground water in Florida. Discusses prob-
lems of development and conservation. i

1953 (and Kenner, W. E. ) Ground water in central
and northern Florida: Chapter 9, in The phys-
ical and economic foundation of natural re-
sources, Part IV Subsurface facilities s of water
management and patterns of supply-type area
studies: Interior and Insular Affairs Commit-
tee, House of Representatives, U. S. Congress,
14 p., 23 figs. Reprinted as Florida Geol.
Rept. Inv. 10, 37 p., 23 figs.
[A general report on the water resources of
central and northern Florida prepared to
illustrate the water resources of an area
in which the principal aquifer is a thick sec-
tion of limestone. ]

Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army
19 37 Atlantic -Gulf Ship Canal, Flor ida: U. S. 7 5th
Cong., 1st Sess., Committee Print of the Com-
mittee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Repre -
sentatives, 157 p.
[Includes a letter from the Secretary of War
dated April 3, 1937, a letter from the Chief
of Engineers, U. S. Army, dated April 1,
1937, and a report by the revisory board on
preliminary examination and survey water-
way from Cumberland Sound, Georgia and
Florida, to the Mississippi River. Contains
a discussion of the factors pertaining to the
construction of the canal including geology,
hydrology, meteorology, cost, and benefits
resulting from the construction. Discusses







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steps that would be taken to protect the
ground-water supply.]

Cross, W. P. (see also Meinzer, O. E., 1940, 1942, 1943)

1940 (and Love, S. K., Parker, G. G., and Wallace,
D. S.) Progress report on water-resources
investigations in southeastern Florida: U. S.
Geol. Survey Dupl. Rept. 116 p. 59 pls.
[Reports progre ss on inve stigations made by
U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the cities of Miami, Miami Beach, Coral
Gable s, and Dade County. ]


1942


(and Love, S. K. ) Ground wate r
Florida: Am. Water Works
v. 34, p. 490-504, 6 figs.
[Includes a discussion of
croachment. ]


in southeastern
Assoc. Jour.,

salt-water en-


Dall, W. H.
1892


(and Harris, Gilbert D. ) Correlation papers,
Neocene: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 84, p. 349,
3 pls., 43 figs.
[Wells from sections in Florida on p. 103,
108-109. Underground streams, sinks, and
other topographic features resulting from
solution are me ntione d. Some Florida
springs are described on p. 88-85.


Darton, N. H.
1891 Record of deep well at
eastern Florida: Am.
v. 41, p. 105-106.
[Log of well drilled
1890. ]


Lake Worth, south-
Jour. Sci., 3d ser.,

to 1212 feet in June,


1902


Preliminary list of deep borings in the United
States, Pt. 1, Alabama-Montana: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper 57,
60 p.






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[On pages 21-22 information on deep bor-
ings in Florida and water found in them is
presented. ]

Preliminary list of deep borings in the United
State s: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 149, 175 p.
[Information on deep wells in Florida and
water obtained from them is presented on
pages 25-26. ]

Geothermal data of the United States: U. S.
Geol. Survey Bull. 701, 97 p., 1 pl., 3 figs.
[Geothermal data obtained from well at
Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Augustine, is
given on p. 32. ]

Walter
Splitting Florida: Colliers Weekly, Decem-
ber 14, 1935, p. 7-9, 48-50.
[ Popular dis cus sion of the Atlantic Gulf Ship
Canal controversy. ]


1905







1920






Dave npo rt,
1935


De Moya, P. P.
1928 Stuart, Florida, iron removal and pumping
station: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
v. 20, p. 244-252.

Derragon, Eugene (see also Sayre, A.N., 1955)


1954


The results of a pumping test at Foley, Taylor
County, Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey open file
rept., 44 p., 1 pl., 7 figs.
(Discussion of general hydrology, well rec-
or ds and inte rpretation of re sults of pumping
test at Foley. ]


De Wolf, A. B.
1942 Salt-water intrusion at Miami: Public Works,
v. 73, p. 22-23.
[Brief discussion of salt-water encroach-
ment at Miami. ]






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Dodd, Charles K.
1931 Removal of iron from water supply, Punta
Gorda, Florida: Am. Water Works Assoc.
Jour., v. 23, p. 77-80.

Edwards, Richard A.
1953 Water conservation problems in Florida: Flor -
ida Acad. Sci. Jour. v. 16, p. 73-75.
[A general summary of ground-water prob-
lems. ]


Elliot, C. G.
1905


Report of drainage investigations, 1904: U. S.
Dept. Agr ., Office Expt. Sta. Bull. 158,
p. 643-743, 4 pls., 52 figs.
[Discusses rise of ground water due to ir-
rigation, and detection of rise by means of
test wells. Notes porosity and cavernous
nature of coral rock in Florida Everglades
(p. 714-717). ]


Essig, Carl F., Jr. (see Sayre, A. Nelson, 1950, 1951a,
195lb)


Ferguson, George E. (see also Parker, Garald G., 1944b,
1955a; Parker, Glenn L., 1942b, 1944, 1945,
1946; Paulsen, Carl G.., 1947, 1948)

1947 (and Lingham, C. W. Love, S. K. and Vernon,
R. O. ) Springs of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 31, 196 p., 1 pl., 37 figs.
[A comprehensive report on the major
springs of the State. Among the data pre-
sented on each spring are location, geologic
and hydrologic de scr iption, dis char ge ,
quality of water and utilization. ]

Fiedler, A. G.
1933 Deep-well salinity exploration: Am. Geophys.
Union Trans., June.
[Describes means of locating entry of salt






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water contaminating a well by electrical con-
ductivity method, andthe use of this method
for salinity explorationby cities in Sarasota
County. J


Fuller, M. L.
1904 Contributions to the hydrolo gy of easte rn Unite d
States (1903): U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 102, 522 p.
[The section pertaining to Florida (p. 238-
275) described the general underground-
water conditions and table s and note s give
data on altitude, depth, source, head, tem-
perature, quality, records, and uses of
wells, and temperature, quality, source,
and improvements of springs. ]

1905a Underground waters of eastern United States:
U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 114,
285 p., 18 pls., 40 figs.
[ Page s 159 -163 contain a general de scription
of underground water in Florida. ]

1905b (and Lines, E. F., and Veatch, A. C. ) Record
of deep-well drilling for 1904: U. S. Geol.
Survey Bull. 264, 106 p.
[Information on three wells drilled in Florida
is given on page 45. ]

1906 (and Sanford, Samuel) Record of deep-well
drilling for 1905: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 298,
299 p.
[Lithologic logs and information on water-
bearing strata are presented for five wells
drilled in Florida. i

1911 Drainage by wells: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 258, p. 6-22, 8 figs.
[Refers to sewage wells in Ocala, Orlando,
Live Oak, Lake City and Gainesville, Flor-
ida. ]







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Gee, Herbert C.
1953 Hydraulic problems of local interest: Am. Soc.
Civil Eng., separate no. 213, 8 p., 2 figs.
[Brief general discussion of the hydrologic
work being done in southern Florida by the
U. S. Corps of Engineers and U. S. Geolog-
ical Survey. ]


Glass, W. A.
1951 Geologic and hydrologic factors in the perennial
yield of the Biscayne aquifer, a discussion:
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 43, no. 10,
October.
[A discussion of some of the specific prob-
lems that must be considered in developing
a well field drawing from the Biscayne aqui-
fer in the Miami area. ]

Grover, Nathan C.
1920 (and others; Florida section by Hall, W.E.)
Surface -wate r supply of the United State s, 19 17,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 452, 92 p., 2 pls.
[Contains discharge measurements of Flor-
ida springs (p. 61). ]


1931 (and others; Florida section by King, W.R.)
Surface -water supply of the United State s, 19 27,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 642, 103 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of 22
springs in Florida (p. 99). ]

1932a (and others; Florida section by King, W. R.)
Surface -wate r supply of the Unite d State s, 19 29 ,
Pt. 2: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper
682, v. 1, 178 p.







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[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Marianna), Green C~ove, Hampton,
Kissengen, Poe, Silver, Sulfur, Weeki-
wachee and Wekiva springs (p. 172, 173). ]

1932b (and others; Florida section by King, W.R.)
Surface -wate r supply of the Unite d State s, 19 30,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 697, 248 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Dunnellon), Kissengen, Salt, Silver,
Sulfur, Weekiwachee and Blue (near Mari-
anna) springs (p. 244). ]

1933 (and others; Florida section by King, W. R. )
Surface -wate r supply of the Unite d State s, 1 31i,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 712, 233 p.
(Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Dunnellon), Weekiwachee, Ichatucknee, Wa-
kulla, Sulfur, Rock, Seminole, Alexander,
Silver Glen, Salt, Kissengen, Homosassa,
Blue (at Juliette), Wekiva and Fannin springs
(p. 148, 153, 163, 164, 227, 228). ]

19 34 (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface-water supply of the United States, 1932,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 727, 221 p.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Sulfur, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee
and Wakulla springs (p. 139, 152, 156, 169,
215, 216). ]

1935 (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface -water supply of the United State s, 19 33,






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Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 742, 206 p.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Sulfur, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee,
Wekiva, Rock, Seminole, Alexander, Silver
Glen, Salt, Crystal, Chassahowitzka, Homo-
sassa, Hunter, Falmouth and Blue (near
Marianna) springs (p. 132, 145, 146, 150,
163, 201, 202). ]

1936 (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface -wate r supply of the United States, 19 34,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 757, 216 p.
(Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Sulfur, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee,
Lithia and Crystal springs (p. 140, 155, 157,
160, 170, 212). ]

1937 (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface Water supply of the United State s, 19 35,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 782, 233 p., 1 pl.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee,
Rock, Alexander, Silver Glen, Juniper, Four
Hammock, Salt, Lithia and Sulfur springs
(p. 148, 162, 165, 168, 179, 229). ]

19 38 a (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface -water supply of the United State s, 19 36,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 802, 228 p. 1 pl.
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Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee
and ten other springs (p. 140, 154, 157,
160, 177, 222). ]

1938b (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface-water supply of the United States, 1937,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 822.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee,
Juniper and Fern Hammock springs (p. 159,
174, 179, 182, 197, 260). ]

1940 (and othe rs ; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface-water supply of the United States, 1938,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 852, 293 p., 1 pl.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee
and Iris Garden springs (p. 175, 189, 193,
196, 212, 286). ]

Gunter, Herman (see also Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1912,
1913, 1918a, 1918b)

1929 (and Ponton, Gerald M.) Needfor conservation
and prote action of our water supply, with spe cial
reference to waters from the Ocala limestone:
Florida Eng. and Contractor, v. 6, p. 74, 75,
82, 94, 98, 10 figs.
(Brief discussion of geology and water re-
sources of Florida and need for conser-
vation. i

1930 The ne ce ssity fo r prote cting the purity of Flor -
ida's wate r supplies s:Pape r r ead at short course
in water and sewage treatment, Gen. Extension
Div., University of Florida, April.





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19 31 (and Ponton, G. M. ) Need for conservation and
protection of our water supply with special ref -
erence to waters from the Ocala limestone:
Florida Geol. Survey 21st-22d Ann. Repts.
1928-30, p. 43-58, figs. 3-11.
[Discusses need for and offers suggestions
concerning the conservation of water in
Florida. ]

19 34 Florida's disappearing lakes: Florida Conser-
vator, December. Republished Florida High-
ways, v. 13, no. 6, p. 24-25, 1945.

19 38 U. S. G. S. investigates Florida's ground-water
supplies: Civil Eng., v. 8, p. 688-689.

1942 Florida's mineral resources: Florida Edue.
Assoc. Jour., v. 19, no. 8, p. 29-30.
[Generalized article which discusses the
need for conservation of Florida's ground
water. ]

1944 Florida's water problem as viewed by a geol-
ogist: Soil Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 6, p. 10.
[Points out need for systematic water control
pressures. ]

1945a Florida's water supply: Florida Highways,
v. 13, no. 6, p. 12-15, 41-43, illustrations,
1 piezometric map.
[Gene realize d dis cus s ion of Florida's ground-
water resources and the water bearing
geologic formations. ]

1945b Rainfall the only water supply source: Citrus
Magazine, v. 7, p. 10-11.
[Quotations from Gunter 's article in v. 13,
no. 6, of Florida Highways, illustrated with
piezometric map of the peninsula. ]

1950 Ground-water resources of Florida: Florida
State Hort. Soc. Proc., 9 p., 1 pl., October-
November.
[Contains a popular discussion of the geology
and ground-water resources of the State and
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economy. Mentions some of the areas con-
fronted with water problems. ]

Hall, Benjamin
1904 Measurement of springs of Florida: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper 102,
p. 274-275.
[Gives description and statistics of flow for
several of the larger springs in Florida. ]


Hall, M. R.
1907






1909


Surface-water supply of southern Atlantic and
eastern Gulf States, 1906: U. S. Geol. Survey
Water-Supply Paper 204, 110 p., 5 pls.
[Contains discharge records of Silver
Springs (p. 50). ]

(and Bolster, R. H. ) Surface-water supply of
the United States, 1907-08, Pt. 2, South Atlantic
coast and eastern Gulf of Mexico: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 242, 226 p. 3 pls.
CContains discharge records of Silver (608
sec. ft.) and White springs (72 sec. ft.)
(p. 132, 136). i


Hall, W. E. (see Grover, Nathan C., 1920)

Harris, Gilbert D. (see Dall, W. H., 1892)


Hart, Guy A.
19 21 Report on vertical drainage by means of drilled
or bored wells of moderate depth in Madison
County, Florida: U. S. Dept. Agr. Bureau of
Public Roads, typewritten manuscript.


Hawke r, H. W. (see Baldwin, Mar k, 19 15)


Heath, Ralph C.
1951 (and Clarkt, William E.) Potential yield of
ground water on the western end of Fair Point
Peninsula, Santa Rosa County, Florida: Flor-
ida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 7, pt. 1, 55 p.,
10 figs.





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[ The principal sour ce of ground wate r on the
western end of Fair Point Peninsula is a
water-table aquifer that extends from the
surface to a depth of from 60 to 80 feet. The
potential yield of this aquifer is 40 gallons
per minute from wells spaced 1, 000 feet
apart down the center of the peninsula.]

1954a (and Smith, Peter C. ) Ground-water resources
of Pinellas County, Florida: Florida Geol.
Survey Rept. Inv. 12, 139 p., 21 figs.
[A general report on the ground-water re-
sources of Pinellas County including a sec-
tion on the St. Peter sbur g well field in Hills -
borough County. Water -level fluctuations,
piezometric surface, salt-water encroach-
ment, and underground drainage of Lake
Tarpon are among subjects covered. Pages
53-139 contain the records of more than 650
wells. i

1954b (and Barraclough, Jack T. ) Interim report on
the ground-wate r re sour ce s of Seminole County,
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Inf. Cire. 5,
43 p., 11 figs.

Heermance, A. H.
1931 Water supply reservations for airports: Am.
Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 23, p. 1128-
1129.
[Discusses water supply at Miami airport. ]

Hitchcock, C. H.
1905 Fresh-water springs in the ocean: Pop. Sci.
Monthly, v. 67, p. 673-683, 3 figs.
[ Describes the underground waters of the
Hawaiian Islands, Cuba, and Florida, and
the fresh-water springs in the ocean off the
coasts of these places. ]

Hobbs, W. H.
1929 Water supply chemistry on the Florida East
Coast Railroad its cost and benefits: Am.






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Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 21, p. 337-345.

Holder, Irvin A.
1923 Raising the wate r table : Addres s to the Florida
Eng. Soc. at Gainesville, Florida, April 15.


Hopkins, Charles
1945 Roads and water supply:
v. 13, no. 6, p. 17-41.


Florida Highways,


Houck, L. H.
1941


Millions of gallons: The Driller, v. 15, no. 12,
p. 4-6, 14-15.
[Discussion of method used by Stevens-
Southern Company to cement arte sian wells.]


Hovey, Edmund Otis
1896 Notes on the artesian well sunk at Key West,
Florida, in 1895: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp.
Zoology Bull., v. 28, p. 65-91.
[Description of cuttings from 25' intervals
in 2, 000-foot well at Key West and includes
analyses of water at different depths. ]

Howard, C. S. (see also Collins, W. D. 1928)
1937 Report of the committee on the chemistry of
natural waters: Am. Geophys. Union Trans.,
p. 342, 343, July.
[Include s s ummary of wor k re lating to quality
of water in Florida. ]


Hoy, Nevin



1948


D. (see also Kohout, Francis A., 1953; Parker,
Garald G., 1944c, 1945a; Sayre, A. Nelson,
1947, 1948)

Some important geologic problems to be en-
counte re din the development of a fully effe ctive
water control program for south Florida: Soil
Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 9, p. 119-120.
[Review of an addre ss summarizing re lation -
ship between geologic conditions, s alt-wate r
encroachment, and water control.]






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Hubbert, M.
1940







Hyde, G. C.
1928


King
The theory of ground-water motion: Jour.
Geology, v. 48, p. 785-944, 47 figs.
[ Page s 9 34 -9 41 contain a mathe matic al anal -
ysis of a theoretical effect of a sea-level
canal across Florida on the ground-water
levels. ]


Private operation of small city water supplies:
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 20, p. 226-
228.
[Discussion of activity of Florida Public
Service Company in central Florida. ]


Imeson, C. V.
1935 Conservation of Florida's water supply: Flor-
ida Eng. Soc. Bull. 5, 3 p. (pages unnumbered).
[ Pape r dealing with de sir ability and need for
conservation of Florida's water resources. ]

Jacob, C. E.
1940 (and Cooper, H. H. Jr. ) Report on the ground-
water resources of the Pensacola area, in
Escambia County, Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey
unpublished report, 85 p., 4 figs.
[Unpublished report on adequacy and per-
mancy of ground-wate r supplies s in the area.
Also includes a section on the geology of the
area by S. A. Stubbs. ]

Jacobs, William F.
1945 Making water walk: Florida Highways, v. 13,
no. 6, p. 18-19, 43.
[Popular article on relationships of forestry
to water resources in Florida. ]

Johnson, L. C.
1905 Unpublished manuscript on artesian water in
Florida, submitted to M. L. Fuller. Sept. 9.
[Includes brief discussion of springs, and
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Jacksonville, Palatka, and other places in
Florida. ]

Jordan, Richard H.
1950 An interpretation of Floridian karst: Jour.
Geology, v. 58, no. 3, p. 261-268, 2 figs.
[Discusses solution of limestone by ground
water in Florida. i

Kenner, W. E. (see Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1953)

Kennish, William
1887 Artesian well at St. Augustine, Florida: Am.
Jour. Sci., 3d ser., v. 34, p. 70.
[Brief description of well drilled at Ponce
de Leon Hotel, St. Augustine, Florida. ]

King, M.R. (see Grover, Nathan C., 1931, 1932a, 1932b,
1933)
Klein, Howard (see also Sayre, A. Nelson, 1953)
1954 Ground-water resources of the Naples area,
Collier County, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Rept. Inv. 11, 64 p., 15 figs.
[A general report on the geology and ground-
water resources of the Naples area. Fresh
ground- wate r s upplie s are obtain d fr om the
shallow aquifers. The uppermost contains
water under water -table conditions and
underlies the surface to a depth of 30 to 55
feet. The lower aquifer contains water under
artesian conditions and extends from about
50to about 80 feet below sea~level. Includes
results of three pumping tests and 18 chem-
ical analyses. ]

Klein, Wm. J. (see Pohl, Charles A., )

Knapp, J. V.
1945 Water supply and cattle: Florida Highways,
v. 13, no. 6, p. 22, 41.

Kohout, Francis A.
1953 (and Hoy, N~evin D.) Research on salt water
























































Love, S. Kenneth (see also Cross, W. P., 1940, 1942;
Ferguson, George E., 1947; Lohr, E. W., 1954,
Parker, Garald G., 1944b, 1955a; Schroeder,
M. C., 1954)


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encroachment in the Miami area, Florida:
Mimeographed report, 20 p., 3 tables, 7 figs.
Open file report, prepared by the U. S. Geolog-
ical Survey to report progress on an intensive
investigation of salt-water encroachment into
the Biscayne aquifer.


Lane, F. W.
1932 TI




Leconte, John


1861


Ihe new
'lorida:
.24, p.


water supply for St. Petersburg,
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
93-96.


On the optical phenomena presented by the
"Silver Spring in Marion County, Florida:
Am. Jour. Sci., 2d ser., v. 31, p. 1-12.


Lines, E. F. (see Fuller, M. L., 1905b)

Lingham, C. W. (see Ferguson, George E., 1947)


Lohr, E. W.
19 53







1954


(and other s; Florida se action by Brown, Eugene)
The industrial utility of public water supplies
in the south Atlantic states, 1952: U. S. Geol.
Survey Cire. 269, p. 14-32.
[Superseded by U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 1299. ]

(and Love, S. K.) The industrial utility of
public water supplies s in the United State s, 19 52 ;
Pt. 1 States east of the Mississippi River:
U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1299;
Florida section on p. 94-119.
[Contains data on quantity and quality of
public water supplies of Z8 cities in Florida.
Supersedes U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 269.]





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(and Swenson, H. A. ) Chemical character of the
public water supplies in southeastern Florida.
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 34, p. 1624-
1628, 1 fig.
[Analyses are given of the chemical char-
acter of 25 public water supplies in six
counties of southeastern Florida. Eighteen
of these supplies are ground water pumped
from wells in limestone. ]

Cation-exchange in ground water contaminated
with sea water near Miami, Flor ida: Am.
Geophys. Union Trans., 1944, pt. 6, p. 951-
955, 3 figs., 2 tables.
[Explanation of difference between compo-
sition of ground water contaminated by sea
water, and simple mixtures of ground and
sea water. ]


1942











1945


Mc~ee, W. J.
1894 The potable waters of eastern United States:
U. S. Geol. Survey 14th Ann. Rept., pt. 2,
p. 1-47.
[Florida is mentioned incidentally in a dis-
cussion of water supplies of eastern United
State s. ]

Maloney, Frank E.
1955 Laws of Florida governing water use: Am.
Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 47, no. 55,
p. 440-446.
[Discusses present laws relating to the use
of water and need for new laws. ]


G. R.
Phosphate resources of Florida: U.
Survey Bull. 934, p. 52-56.
[Contains logs of five deep wells. ]

C.


Mansfield,
1942




Matson, G.
1909


S. Geol.


(and Clapp, F. G. ) A preliminary report on the
geology of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 2d
Ann. Rept., p. 25-173.






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[Geologic and stratigraphic report on Flor-
ida. No special mention made of ground
water. ]


19 11 Pollution of underground waters in limestone:
U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 258,
p. 48-56, figs. 14-17.
[Although this paper does not refer to Flor-
ida directly, it deals with conditions which
are common in Florida. i

1913 (and Sanford, Samuel) Geology and ground
waters of Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -
Supply Paper 319, 445 p., 17 pls., 7 figs.
[Compr ehens ive r epo rt which di scus s es e ach
county individually and givesa details of local
water resources. ]

Matthews, A. G.
1948 Basic water problems in Florida: Am. Water
Works Assoc. Jour., v. 40, no. 4, p. 441.
[Discusses basic problems resulting from
natural and artificial causes. ]

1955 Future of water control in Florida: Eng. Prog-
ress at Univ. of Florida, v. 9, no. 4, p. 46-50.
[Discusses water problems of Florida and
the need for a water code. i

May, John F.
1935 Will peninsular Florida become a desert?:
Florida Grower, v. 44, no. 4, p. 6.
[Magazine article urging control of water
supplies for irrigation groves. ]

Mayo, Nathan
1945 Water and agriculture: Florida Highways,
v. 13, no. 6, p. 16, 39.

Meinzer, O. E. (see also Thompson, D. G., 1938)
1923 The occurrence of ground water in the United
Statesa: U. S. Geol. Sur vey Water -Supply





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Paper 489, 321 p., 31 pls., 110 figs.
[On page 309 is a brief mention of the Qua-
ternary deposits of Florida and the water
yielded by them. ]

1927 Large springs in the United States: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 577, 94 p., 17 pls.
[The larger springs of Florida are listed
and a few of them described in detail (p. 8-
14, pls. 1, 2). ]

1936 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Stringfield, V. T. ) Water levels and artesian
pressure in observation wells in the United
States in 1935: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 777, 268 p.
[Data on Florida wells on pages 40-42. ]

1937 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Stringfield, V. T. ) Water levels and artesian
pressure in observation wells in the United
States in 1936: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 817, 511 p.
[ Data on Florida welIls given on page s 32 -34. ]

1938 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Stringfield, V. T. ) Water levels and artesian
pressure in observation wells in the United
States in 1937: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 840, 657 p., 20 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on page s 52- 54. ]

19 39 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Stringfield, V. T., and Cooper, H. H., Jr.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1938: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 845, 724 p.,
9 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on pages 50-51.]

1940 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Cross, W. P., and Cooper, H. H., Jr.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1939: U. S.






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Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 886, 923 p.,
34 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on pages 64-68. ]

1942 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Cross, W. P.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1940, Pt. 2,
Southeastern States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 907, 120 p., 9 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on pages 11- 34.]

1943 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Cross, W. P.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1941, Pt. 2,
Southeastern States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 937, 119 p., 9 figs.
[ Data on Florida wells given on page s 1 1- 27.]

1944 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Forida section
by Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Brown, R. H.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1942, Pt. 2,
Southeastern States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 945, 162 p., 14 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on pages 10-48.]

1945 (and Wenzel, L. K., and others; Florida section
by Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Parker, G. G.)
Water levels and artesian pressure in obser-
vation wells in the United States in 1943, Pt. 2,
Southeastern States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-
Supply Paper 987, 191 p., 12 figs.
[Data on Florida wells given on pages 11-43. ]

Michaels, A. P.
1935 Water resources of Florida: Am. Water Works
Assoc., Florida Sec., 9th Ann. Cony. Proc.,
p. 25-39.

Milliken, D. L. (see Schroeder, M. C., 1954)


Mossom, Stuart (see Cooke, C. Wythe, 1929)





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Neill, Robert M.
1955 Basic data of the 1946-47 study of the ground-
water resources of Brevard County, Florida:
Mimeographed report prepared by the U. S.
Geol. Survey and published by the Florida
Geol. Survey, 45 p., 5 figs.
[ Tabulate basic data from a re connais sance
investigation of the ground-water resources
of Brevard County made by the U. S. Geol.
Survey in 1946-47. Includes records of 761
wells with maps showing chloride content of
water from arte sian and nonarte sian wells,
the piezometric surface and the top of the
Eocene limestones. Figure 5 shows a geo-
logic cross section. i

Neller, J. R. (see Clayton, B. S., 1942)

Oberly, H. T.
1944 Development of water supply at St. Peter sburg,
Florida: Water Works Eng., v. 97, p. 1512-
1515, illustrated.
[History and description of St. Petersburg
municipal water supply. ]

Odum, Howard T.
19 51 Strontium in Florida waters, in Black, A. P.,
and Brown, E. Chemical character of Florida's
waters, 1951: Florida State Board Cons., Div.
Water Survey and Research, paper 6, p. 20-21.
[Gives analyses of the strontium content of
water from selected springs, rivers and
lakes. ]

1953 Dissolved phosphorous in Florida waters :
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 9, 40 p. ,9 figs.
[Contains on page 19 a brief discussion of
the effe ct of gr ound water on the for mation
of phosphate deposits. The phosphate content
of springs is given on pages 32-34. ]

Paige, Sidney (see also Boesch, Clarence E., 1935)
19 36 Effect of a sea-levelcanal on the ground-water






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level of Florida: Econ. Geology, v. 31, p. 537-
570, 14 figs., including index and geologic maps.
[Describes geologic and hydrologic factors
of Florida's artesian water and discusses
effect on them of proposed sea-level canal. ]

19 38 Effect of a sea-levelcanal on the ground-water
level of Florida a reply: Econ. Geology,
v. 33, p. 647-665.
(A reply to discussion by J. S. Brown, D. G.
Thompson, O. E. Meinzer, and V. T. String-
field, of Paige's paper of 1936 discussing
the canal. ]

Parker, Garald G. (see also Brown, Russell H. 1944,
1945; Cross, W. P., 1940; Meinzer, O. E.,
1945; Sayre, A. N. 1948.

1943 Notes on the geology and ground water of the
Everglades in southern Florida: Soil Sci. Soc.
Florida Proc. v. 4-a, 1942, p. 47-76, 20
figs .
[ De s cription of areal and sub surfa ce geology
and ground-water resources of southeastern
Florida. ]

1944a (and Cooke, C. Wythe) Late Cenozoic geology
of southern Florida, ivith a discussion of the
ground water: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 27,
119 p., 26 pls., 4 figs.
[Comprehensive studyof late Cenozoic geol-
ogy of Florida south of the north edge of
Lake Okeechobee, including a discussion of
the geomorphology of the area and a descrip-
tion of the ground-water resources. ]

1944b (and Fer guson, Geor ge F. a~nd Love, S.
Kenneth) Interim report on the investigations
of water resources in southeastern Florida
with special reference to the Miami area in
Dade County: Florida Geol. Survey Rept.
Inv. 4, 39 p. 9 pls.





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[Mimeographed preliminary report of in-
vestigation of water resources of south-
eastern Florida. ]

1944c (and Hoy, Nevin D. ) Geology and ground water
of the Kissimmee River Lake Okeechobee
area: Soil Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 6,
p. 20-69, 8 figs.
[Comprehensive report on the geology and
ground water in the Kissimmee drainage
basin. Illustr nations and tables include
piezometric map, well records, well logs,
chemical analyses. ]

1945a (and Hoy, N. D. ) Additional notes on the geol-
ogy and ground water of southern Florida: Soil
Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 5-a (1943), p. 33-
55, 10 figs.
[Paper presented March 17, 1943, at Interim
Me eting of Soil Science So city and de scr ibe s
geologieformations andwater resources as
determined by drilling 15 test wells in the
Ever glade s. ]

1945b Salt-water encroachment in southern Florida:
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 37, p. 526-
542, 12 figs.

1945c The effect of Pleistocene epoch upon the geology
and ground water of southern Florida: Florida
Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour., v. 8, p. 119-143,
3 figs.
[Discussion of the effect of a fluctuating sea
level on the geology and ground water of
southern Florida. ]

1946 Municipal water-supply problems of southern
Florida: Soil Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 8,
p. 72-88, 3 figs.
[Reviews information from several investi-
gations made by the U. S. Geological Survey
of the geology and ground water of southern
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of water from many cities and towns in
southern Florida. Discusses problems of
municipal supply development, and include s
estimates of water use by counties. ]

1948 Geology and ground water of the Everglades
region: Univ. of Florida Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull.
442, p. 21-42, figs. 4-14.
[Describes geology and ground water of the
Everglades and includes formation descrip-
tions, geologic cross sections, geologic
maps and photographs. ]

19 50 (and Stringfield, V. T. ) Effects of earthquakes,
trains, tides, winds and atmospheric pressure
changes on water inthe geologic formations of
southern Florida: Econ. Geology, v. 45, no. 5,
p. 441-460, 5 figs.

19 51 Geologic and hydrologic factors in the perennial
yield of the Biscayne aquifer: Am. Water Works
Assoc. Jour., v. 43, no. 10, 19 p., 7 figs.
[ Agene ral dis cus sion of the geology, hydr ol-
ogy, and factors affe cting the perennial yield
of the Biscayne aquifer. Contains the first
publisheduse of the name "Floridan aquifer "
and propo s es the te rms "'Floridan aquiclude "'
and "Bis cayne aquife r. "

19 55a (and Ferguson, G. E., Love, S. K., and others)
Water resources of southeastern Florida, with
special reference to the geology and ground
water of the Miami area: U. S. Geol. Survey
Water-Supply Paper 1255, 965 p., 24 pis., 223
figs.
[ Adetaile d report on the geology and hydr ol -
ogy of southeastern Florida. The report
~presents basic geologic, hydrologic, hy-
dr aulic and chemical data. It include s dis -
cussions of climate, ground water, surface
water, salt-water encroachment, quality of
water and contains many chemical analyses





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of surface and ground water, well records,
etc. ]

1955b Salt-water encroachment in Florida, in~ Water
management in Florida: Florida Eng. and
Indus. Expt. Sta. Bull., ser. 72, v. 9, no. 4,
p. 42-45.
( Di scu s ses s our ce s of s alt wate r and r evie ws
results of salt-water studies in Florida and
other states. Presents recently developed
concepts of the relationship between fresh
water and sea water. ]

Parker, Glenn L.
1942a (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface -water supply of the United State s, 1940,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -supply
Paper 892, 441 p., 1 pl.
[Contains discharge record of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon) and Icha-
tucknee springs (p. 228, 265, 272, 275,
289). ]

1942b (and other s; Florida se action by Fe rguson, G. E. )
Surface-water supply of the United States, 1941,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 922, 433 p.
[Contains discharge records of Kissengen,
Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow, and Icha-
tucknee springs (p. 259, 266, 270, 284). ]

1944 (and other s; Florida s section by Fe rgus on, G. E.)
Surface -water supply of the United States, 19 42,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 952, 477 p. 1 pl.
[Contains discharge records of Blue, Kis-
sengen, Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow,
Ichatucknee and Wakulla springs (p. 246,
Z86, 293, 297, 311). ]





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1945 (and other s; Florida se action by Fe rguson, G. E. )
Surface -wate r supply of the Unite d State s, 1943,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 972, 503 p.
[Contains discharge records of Blue, Kis-
sengen, Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow,
Ichatucknee, and Wakulla springs (p. 290,
329, 335, 338, 352). ]

1946 (and othe r s; Flor ida s section by Fe rgus on, G. E. )
Surface -water supply of the United States, 1944,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water- Supply
Paper 1002, 552 p.
[Contains discharge records of Blue, Kis-
sengen, Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow,
Ichatucknee and Wakulla springs (p. 248,
282, 289, 292, 306). ]

Patterson, A. O. (se e Pauls en, Carl G., 19 50, 19 51a, 19 51b,
1952, 1954a, 1954b;3 Wells, J. V. B., 1955)

Paulsen, Carl G.
1941 (and others; Florida section by Wallace, D. S. )
Surface -wate r s upply of the Unite d State s, 19 39 ,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 872, 388 p., 1 pl.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal, Weeki-
wachee, Blue (near Dunnellon), Ichatucknee
and Iris Garden springs (p. 184, 201, 207,
210, 224, 349). ]

1947 (and othe rs ; Flor ida s section by Fer guson, G. E. )
Surface-water supply of the United States, 1945,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1032, 588 p.
(~Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal,
Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee and






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Wakulla springs (p. 265, 299, 306, 309,
323). ]

1948 (and other s; Florida s section by Fer gus on, G. E. )
Surface -water supply of the United Statesa, 1946,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 1052, 550 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Kissengen, Crystal,
Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee and
Wakulla springs (p. 253, 292, 299, 302,
319, 320). ]

19 50 (and other s; Florida se action by Patter son, A. O. )
Surface -water supply of the United States 1947,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1082, 544 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Silve r, Kis sengen, Crys -
tal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee
and Wakulla springs (p. 270, 277, 307, 314,
316, 319, 334, 335). ]

1951a (and others; Florida se action by Patters on, A. O. )
Surface -water supply of the United Statesa, 1948,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply
Paper 1112, 554 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Silver, Kissengen, Crys-
tal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee and
Wakulla springs (p. 259, 267, 306, 319, 323,
326, 342, 344). ]

19 51b (and others ; Florida se action by Patters on, A. O. )
Surface -wate r supply of the Unite d State s, 1949,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1142, 570 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue





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(near Orange City), Silver, Kissengen, Crys-
tal, Rainbow, Ichatuc kne e and Wakulla
springs (p. 263, 270, 313, 321, 339, 353,
355). ]

19 52 (and other s; Florida s section by Patte rson, A. O. )
Surface -wate r s upply of the Unite d State s, 19 50,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1172, 565 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Silver, Kissengen, Crys-
tal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee and
Wakulla springs (p. 262, 270, 320, 331, 339,
342, 358). ]

19 54a (and other s; Florida se action by Patter son, A. O. )
Surface -water supply of the United States, 1951,
Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1204, 350 p.
[Contains discharge records of Blue (near
Orange City), Silver, Kissengen, Crystal,
Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Ichatucknee and
Wakulla springs (p. 42, 47, 98, 111, 123,
125, 140, 151). ]

19 54b (and other s; Florida se action by Patter son, A. O.)
Surface -wate r s upply of the Unite d State s, 19 52,
Pt. 2B3, South Atlantic slope and eastern Gulf of
Mexico basins : U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1235.
[Contains discharge records of Blue, Silver,
Kissengen, Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow,
Ichatucknee and Wakulla springs (p. 47, 52,
102, 111, 121, 124, 125, 138, 146). ]

Peale, A. C.
1885 Mineral waters: U. S. Geol. Survey, Mineral
resources of the United States(1883 and 1884),
p. 278-987.
[Gives brief discussion of spring waters in
Florida. Mineral resources gives annual






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statistical data on quantity and value of min-
eral water produced in Florida. ]

1886 Lists and analyse s of the mineral springs of the
United States: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 32,
235 p.
[Includes a description of several springs
in Florida and analyses of water from a few
of them (p. 85-87). ]

1894 Natural mineral waters of the United States,
1892-93: U. S. Geol. Survey, 14th Ann. Rept.,
pt. 2, p. 49-88, pls. 3, 4.
[General discussion of mineral waters of
United States. Florida springs are listed
on page 82. ]

Pearce, J. M. (see Black, A. P., 1953)

Peek, Harry M.
1951 Cessation of flow of Kissengen Spring in Polk
County, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Rept.
Inv. 7, pt. III, 7 p., 5 figs.
[The flow of Kissengen Spring during the
five years preceding 1936 averaged 19 mil-
lion gallons a day. Beginning in 19 36 the flow
progressively declined until in February
1950, it ceased altogether. The decline and
final cessation of flow is attributed to in-
creases in the withdrawal from wells for
industrial and other uses. ]

1953 Interim report on the artesian water of the
Ruskin area of Hillsborough County, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Inf. Cire. 4, 22 p., 7figs.
[ Mime ogr aphe d r epor t containing the r e sult s
of the first part of a general ground-water
investigation of the Ruskin area of Hills-
borough County. ]

1955 (and Anders, Robert B. ) Interimreport on the
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Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Inf. Circ. 6,
38 p. 10 figs.
[Mimeographed report on the first part of
general investigation of the ground-water
resources of the county. ]

Pirnie, Malcolm (see also Boesch, Clarence E., 1935)
1927 Investigations to determine the source and suf-
ficiency of the supply of water in the Ocala
limestone as a municipal supply for Jackson-
ville: Hazen and Whipple, New York.
[Includes map of piezometric surface of
vicinity of Jacksonville. ]

1935 Report to the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army,
on the ground water in the Ocala limestone as
this may be affected by a sea level ship canal
on route 13-B: Report dated May 28, 16 p.,
2 pls.
[Contains a discussion of the recharge, dis-
char ge, and movement of ground water along
route 13-B3 from Lake George to the Withla-
coochee River. Contains estimates of the
quantity of water moving through the lime-
stone aquifer. Contains a figure showing the
extent to whi ch wate r levelIs would be lo we re d
by a sea level canal. ]

Pohl, Char le s A.
(and Klein, Wm. J., and Black, A. P. ) Report
on the water supply for the city of Jacksonville,
Florida: Burns and Roe, Inc., New York.
(Unpublished report to the City Commission
of Jacksonville concerning quantity, quality
and tre atme nt of avail ab le wate r r e sour ce s.

Ponton, Gerald M. (see Gunter, Herman, 1929, 1931)

Powell, J. W.
1890 Report of the Director: U. S. Geol. Survey 10th
Ann. Rept., pt. 1, p. 3-80.
[The extravasation of thermal waters in






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Florida is mentioned on page 33. ]

1892 Report of the Director (1891-92): U. S. Geol.
Survey 13th Ann. Rept., pt. 1, p. 1-66.
[Mentions work on underground waters in
Florida. ]

Rader, Earle M.
19 55 Salt-water encroachment into wellwater in the
Miami area: Am. Soc. Civil Eng., v. 81,
separate no. 669.
[Discusses salt-water encroachment in the
Miami area. ]

Reitz, H. J. (see Wander, I. W. )

Rude, G. T.
1924 The oceanic spring off St. Augustine, Florida:
Geog. Rev., v. 14, p. 470-471.

19 25 St. Augustine and its oceanic spring: Geog.
Soc. Philadelphia Bull., v. 23,no. 3, p. 85-91.
[De sc ription and lo cation of s ubmar ine s pr ing
off the coast of St. Johns County. ]

Sanford, Samuel (see Fuller, M. L., 1906; Matson, G. C.,
19 13)

Sayre, A. Nelson
1947 (and others; Florida section by Hoy, N. D.,
Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Parker, G. G.) Water
levels and artesian pressure in observation
wells in the United States in 1944, Pt. 2, South-
eastern State s: U. S. Geol. Survey Water -Supply
Paper 1017, 368 p., 10 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 1-172. ]

1948 (and others; Florida section by Parker, G. G.,
Cooper, H. H., Jr., and Hoy;, N. D.) Water
levels and artesian pressure in observation
wells in the United States in 1945, Pt. 2, South-
eastern States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply






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Paper 1024, 244 p., 13 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 11-81. ]

1950 (and others; Florida section by Stewart, J.W.,
and Essig, C. F., Jr. ) Water levels and arte-
sian pre assure in observation wells in the United
States in 1946, Pt. 2, Southeastern States: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1072, 272 p.,
17 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 16-96. ]

1951a (and others; Florida section by Stewart, J.W.,
and Essig, C. F., Jr. ) Water levels and arte-
sian pr e assure in ob se rvation welIls in the Unite d
States in 1947, Pt. 2, Southeastern States: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1097, 270 p.,
15 figs.
(Data on Florida wells, pages 14-95. ]

19 51b (and other s; Florida section by Stewart, J. W.,
and Es sig, C. F. Jr ) Water levels and arte -
sian pre assure in observation wells in the United
States in 1948, Pt. 2, Southeastern States : U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1127, 240 p.,
11 figs.
(Data on Florida wells, pages 19-103. ]

1952 (and others; Florida section by Clark, W.E.,
and Schroeder, M. C. ) Water levels and arte-
sian pressure in observation wells in the United
States in 1949, Pt. 2, Southeastern States: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1157, 246 p.,
16 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 15-110. ]

1953 (and others; Florida sectionby Klein, Howard,
and Clark, W. E.) Water levels and artesian
pressure in observation wells in the United
States in 1950, Pt. 2, Southeastern States: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1166, 263 p.,
22 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 11-111. ]







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(and others; Florida section by Clark, W. E.,
and Sherwood, C. B., Jr.) Water levels and
artesian pressure in observation wells in the
Unite d State s in 19 51, Pt. 2, Southeastern States :
U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1192,
229 p.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 11-95. ]

(and othe r s ; Florida s section by She rwood, C.B. ,
Jr., and Derragon, Eugene) Water levels and
artesian pressure in observation wells in the
United States in 1952, Pt. 2, Southeastern
States: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper
1222, 260 p., 40 figs.
[Data on Florida wells, pages 16-108. ]

M. C. (see also Sayre, A. N., 1952)
(and Milliken, D. L. and Love, S. K. ) Water
resources of Palm Beach County, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 13, 63 p. ,
21 figs.
[Contains general information on the geology
and water resources of Palm Beach County.
Includes hydrograph for well at Lake Worth,
stage-duration curves for five canals and
Lake Okeechobee, flow-duration curves for
three canals, chemical analyses of ground
water and surface water, and monthly and
annual flow of three canals. ]


1954








19 55








Schroeder,
19 54


Scott, Harold A.
Water control in central and southern Florida:
Am. Soc. Civil Eng., v. 80, separate no. 521,
20 p. 9 pls.
[Reviews history of water control in cen-
tral and southern Florida and the principal
features of the comprehensive plan of the
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control
District. Points out the beneficial effects
of the comprehensive plan on the ground-
water resources. ]






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Sellards, E. H.
1906a Some sink-hole lakes of north-central Florida
(abstract): Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci. Proc. 55th
meeting, p. 378-379.
[Brief description of sinkhole lakes result-
ing from solution of underlying limestone. ]

19 06b Some sink-hole lakes of north-central Florida
(abstract): Science, new ser. v. 23, p. Z89-
290.

1906c Geology of Florida in relation to its artesian
water supply: Florida State Hort. Soc. Proc.,
p. 117-121.
[Address delivered at the 1906 meeting of
the Society, which discusses in a general
way the artesian aquifers of Florida, and
their recharge, and mentions the use of
drainage wells. ]

1907 Occurrence and use of artesian water: Florida
Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 89, p. 85-113, 3 figs.
[ De scription of arte sian aquife rs and quality
of artesian water in Florida. ]

1908 Apreliminary report on the underground water
supply of central Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 1, p. 1-103, 6-pls., 6 figs.
[Includes a brief discussion of the use of
drainage wells. ]

1910a Some Florida lakes and lake basins: Florida
Geol. Survey 3d Ann. Rept., p. 43-76, pls. 6-
9, figs. 1-5.
[Discussion of origin and nature of Florida
lakes, and photographic views of several of
them. ]

1910b (and Gunter, Herman) The artesian water sup-
ply of eastern Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
3d Ann. Rept., p. 77-19 5, pls. 10-15, figs. 6-16.
[General discussion of geology of eastern







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Florida and discussion by counties giving
local details of water resources.

19 10c The water supply of the farm: Florida Univ.
Record, v. 5, Farmers Inst. Bull. 3, p. 87-
94, fig. 16.

1910d Water contamination: Florida Univ. Record,
v. 5, Farmers Inst. Bull. 3, p. 95-100.

1911 An intermittent spouting well: Science, new
ser., v. 33, p. 37-38.
[Desac ription of a dr ainage wellnear Orlando,
Orange County, which "spouts when condi-
tions are such that the water entering the
well carries a considerable amount of air
down with it. When the well is partly shut
off, or when it is receiving water at full
capacity the well does not spout. ]

1912 (and Gunter, Herman) The underground water
supply of we st-central and we st Florida: Florida
Geol. Survey 4th Ann. Rept., p. 31-155.
[Discussion by counties of the local details
of water resources in Florida west of the
Suwannee River. ]

1913 (and Gunter, Herman) The artesian water sup-
ply of eastern and southern Florida: Florida
Geol. Survey 5th Ann. Rept., p. 103-306,
pls. 10-14, figs. 1-17.
[Discussion by counties of the local details
of water resources in eastern and southern
Florida. ]

1918a (and Gunter, Herman) Geology between the
Apalachicola and Ochlockonee rivers in Florida*
Florida Geol. Survey 10th and 11Ith Ann. Rept.,
P. 9-56, figs. 1-6.
(Brief statement of water supplyin area de-
scribed. J





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1918b (and Gunter, Herman) Geology between the
Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola rivers in
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 10th and 11th
Ann. Rept., p. 77-102, figs. 1-8.
[Brief statement of water supply in area
described. ]

Sharp, H. S.
1936 Silver Springs and the Florida Ship Canal:
Science, v. 83, no. 2161, p. 520-522.
(Discusses the possible effects of a sea level
canal across Florida on Silver Springs and
Blue Spring (now Rainbow Springs) in Marion
County. On the basis of available facts it
is suggested that both springs will be de-
stroyed. ]

1938 "Steepheads" and spring sapping in Florida-
Holt and Niceville quadrangles, Florida: Jour.
Geomorphology, v. 1, p. 247-248.

Shepard, C. U.
1833 Geological observations upon Alabama, Georgia
and Florida: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 25, p. 162-
173.
[Early observations on springs and sinkholes
in north Florida. ]

Sherwood, C.B., Jr. (see Sayre, A.N., 1954, 1955)

Simmons, George W., Jr.
1927 (and Black, A. P. ) A report to the City Com-
mission on the quality of water supply at St.
Augustine, Florida: Unpublished report.
[Presents comparative data on the water
resources in the vicinity of St. Augustine,
with a discussion of the treatment of the
water for municipal use. ]

Slichter, C. S.
1902 The motions of underground water: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 67.
[Mentions wells at St. Augustine. ]






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Smith, Peter C. (see Heath, Ralph C., 1954a)


Spicer, H.
1955


Cecil
Electrical resistivity studies, in Water re-
sources of southeastern Florida: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 1255, p. 712-725,
pl. 18, figs. 203-212.
[Give s results of electrical resistivity
studies of salt-water encroachment in south-
eastern Florida. Includes geologic and qual-
ity of water data. ]


Stearns, T. W. (see Black, A. P., 1937)


Stephens,
1943


J. C.
The principal characteristics of the Kissim-
mee-Everglades watershed. B. The Everglades:
Soil Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 4-A (1942),
p. 24-28, 1 fig.
[Describes topography and hydrology of the
Eve rglade s. ]


1945 The relationship of sub-surface hydrology to
water control and land use in the Everglades:
Soil Sci. Soc. Florida Proc., v. 5-A (1943),
p. 56-94, figs. 1-8.
[Engineer's viewpoint of application of sub-
surface investigations of geology and ground
water to water controland land utilization.]

Stewart, Joseph W. (see Sayre, A. N., 1950, 1951a, 1951b)


Stringfield,


V. T. (see also Cooper, H. H., 1950; Meinzer,
O. E., 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939; Parker, G. G.,
1950; Thompson, D. G., 1931b, 1938)


1933a Ground-water resources of Sarasota County,
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 23d-24th Ann.
Rept., p. 121-194, 23 figs.
[ De scr iption of aquife rs and wate r r e sour ce s
in Sarasota County and detail d de scriptions
of many wells. ]






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19 33b Explor ation of artesian wells in Sarasota
County, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 23d-24th
Ann. Rept., p. 195-227.
[Description of method and presentation of
results of exploration of artesian wells with
a deep-well current meter. ]

1933c Ground water in the Lake Okeechobee area,
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 2,
31 p. 1 map.
(Mimeographed report of ground-water re-
sources in Lake Okeechobee area. ]

1933d Ground-water investigations in Florida: Flor-
ida Geol. Survey Bull. 11, p. 1-33.
[ Briefly de scribe s preliminary ground-wate r
inve stigations in Manatee, Pinellas, Orange,
Seminole and Duval counties in 1930-31. ]

19 34a Ground water in Seminole County, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 1, 14 p. ,
1 map.
[Mimeographed report on preliminary in-
vestigations of ground-water resources in
Seminole County. ]

19 34b Methods of exploring artesian wells in Florida:
Am. Water Works Assoc., Florida Sec., 9th
Ann. Cony. Proc. p. 54-59.
[Paper presented at 8th Ann. Cony., 1933. ]

1935a The piezometric surface of artesian water in
the Florida Peninsula: Am. Geophys. Union
Trans., 16th Ann. Meeting, pt. 2, p. 524-529,
4 figs. National Research Council.
[Brief discussion of arte sian pressures and
water levels in Florida. ]
1935b (and Westendick, F. C. ) Artesian water in the
Florida Peninsula; Am. Water Works Assoc.,
Florida Sec., 9th Ann. Cony. Proc., p. 5-16.

1936 Artesian water in the Florida Peninsula: U. S.
Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 773-C,
p. 115-195, figs. 10-18.






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[ De scription of the arte sian aquife rs and wa-
ters of the Florida Peninsula with detailed
information on many wells and a map of the
piezometric surface. ]

1938 Ground-water supplies in Florida: Civil Eng.,
v. 8, p. 457-458, 2 figs., isopach and piezo-
metric maps.
[Describes water -bearing formations of the
State and reviews complexfactors that must
be taken into account in their development. ]

1941 (and Warren, M. A., and Cooper, Hl.HI., Jr. )
Artesian water in the coastal area of Georgia
and northeastern Florida: Econ. Geology,
v. 36, p. 698-711, figs. 1-5.
[ Dis cus sion of arte sian water r e sour ce s and
uses along the Atlantic Coast from Jackson-
ville, Florida, to Savannah, Georgia. ]

1945 Ground-water supplies notindanger of exhaus-
tion except in certain areas of heavy pumping:
Cast Iron Pipe News, v. 9, no. 2, p. 16-21,
figs. 1-6.
[ Gr aphs of high and low monthly wate levels
in wells at Tallahassee, Miami and Home-
stead, Florida. ]

1951a (and Cooper, Hl. Hl., Jr. ) Economic aspects of
ground water in Florida: Mining Eng., v. 3,
no. 6, p. 525-533, 5 figs.
[A general discussion of the occurrence and
use and the problems confronting users of
ground water in Florida. ]

1951b (and Cooper, Hl. Hl., Jr. ) Geologic and hydro-
logic features of an artesian submarine spring
east of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Rept.
Inv. 7, pt. II, 13 p., 6 figs.
[Describes a large submarine spring in the
Atlantic Ocean 212 miles east of Crescent
Beach, St. Johns County. ]





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1951 Ic and Cooper, H. H. Jr .) Geologic and hy-
drologic factors affecting perennial yield of
aquifers: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
v. 43, no. 10, p. 803-816, 4 figs.
[Reviews on pages 810-813 the geologic and
hydrologic aspects of the extensive lime-
stone aquife r that unde rlie s mo st of Florida,
southwest Alabama and southern Georgia. ]

Stuart, F. E. (see Tippins, B. F. )

Stubbs, Sidney A. (see also Jacob, C. E.)
19 38 A study of the arte sian water supply of Seminole
County, Florida: Florida Acad. Sci. Proc.,
v. 2 (1937), p. 24-36, 4 figs.
[Discussion of the geology and water re-
sources of Seminole County, presenting data
on artesian pre ssures and quality of water. ]

1939 The necessity for artesian water conservation
in the Florida Peninsula: Florida Acad. Sci.
Proc., v. 3(1938), p. 97-100.
[ Dis cus sion of ne ed for conse rvation of arte -
sian water. ]

1941 Solution a dominant factor in the geomorphology
of penins ular Florida:Flor ida Acad. Sci. Pr oc.,
v. 5 (1940), p. 148-167, 2 illustrations.
[Discussion of ground-water solution in geo-
morphic development of Florida. ]

Swenson, H. A. (see Love, S. Kenneth, 1942)

Swinnerton, A. C.
1942 Hydr olo gy of lime stone te r rane s: in Hydr ology,
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York,
chap. 14, p. 656-677, edited by O. E. Meinzer.
[See pages 657, 661-663 and 673 for refer-
ences to Florida. ]

Tabita, Angelo
1954 Hydrology characteristics Central and South-
ern Florida Project: Am. Soc. Civil Eng.






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Proc., v. 80, separate no. 520, 38 p., 19 figs.
["Hydrologic investigations within the area
served by the Central and Southern Florida
Project consider the behavior of water as it
occurs in the atmosphere, onthe surface of
the ground, and underground. In connection
with the planning and de sign of the water -
control works contained in the project, the
principal hydrologic factors of rainfall, run-
off, evapo -transpiration, infiltration, and
ground-water storage are resolvedto solve
problems relating to the regulation, control,
and utilization of water. This paper deals
primarily with climatic characteristics, the
behavior of surface and ground water within
the project area, the methods of collecting
basic waterleveland streamflow data, and
the analysis and use of such data. "]

Taylor, Robert L.
1953 Hydrologic characteristics of the Lake Tarpon
area, Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey Dupl. Rept.,
29 p., 12 figs.
(Contains the results of the investigation,
made by the Surface Water Branch of the
U. S. Geological Survey between 1945 and
1952, of the underground drainage of Lake
Tarpon in Pinellas County. The physical
features, hydrologic characteristics, and
salinity studies of the principal lakes,
springs, and sinkholes in the northern part
of Pinellas County are described. Studies
made using Uranine B dye indicate that the
rate of movement of water from Lake Tarpon
through the underground channel or channels
is more than two feet per second. The ap-
pendix contains photographs of the bottom
of Lake Tarpon Sink. ]

Thompson, D. G.
1931a Problems of ground-water supply in Florida:
Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 23, p. 2085-
2100.





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[General discussion of ground-water prob-
lems in Florida. ]

19 31b (and Stringfield, V. T.) Ground water re-
sources of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Press
Bull. 13, 18 p.
[Brief description of general ground-water
conditions in Florida with special mention
of Jacksonville, Orlando, St. Petersburg,
and Manatee-Sarasota areas. ]

19 38 (and Meinzer, O. E., and Stringfield, V. T.)
Effect of a sea-levelcanal on the ground-water
level of Florida: Econ. Geology, v. 33, p. 87-
107.
[Dis cus sion and criticism of article by Sidney
Paige in which he discussed effect of a sea-
level canal on water levels in the State. ]

Tippins, B. F.
19 31 (and Stuart, F. E.) Daytona Beach, Florida,
water works: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
v. 23, p. 846-850.

Unkle sbay, A. G.
19 44 Gr ound-wate r conditions in Orlando and vicinity :
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 5, 72 p.,
11 figs.
[Report of a survey of the use of drainage
wells in the vicinity of Orlando, Florida. ]

1945a Ground-water investigation at St. Augustine,
Florida: U. S. Geol. Survey Open File Rept. ,
57 p., 7 figs.
[Unpublished typewritten report of coop-
erative investigation in which the interest
was centered upon the post-Eocene water-
bearing formations in the vicinity of the St.
Augustine well field. ]

1945b (and Cooper, H. H-., Jr.) Artificial recharge
of artesian limestone at Orlando, Florida (ab-
stract): Econ. Geology, v. 40, p. 95.






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1946 (and Cooper, H. H., Jr.) Artificial recharge
of artesian limestone at Orlando, Florida:
Econ. Geology, v. 41, no. 4, p. 293-307,
9 figs.
[The principal aquifer in the Orlando area
consists of 900 feet or more of permeable
limestones of upper and middle Eocene age
which contain water under artesian pres-
sure. Owing to inadequate surface dr ainage,
more than 200 wells have been drilled into
those limestone formations in the Orlando
area to drain streets, control lake levels,
and dispose of sewage and other waste liq-
uids. The piezometric surface is conspic-
uously higher where drainage wells are
concentrated, probablybecause of recharge
through wells. However, artificial recharge
cannot be clearly diffe rentiate dfr om natur al
recharge. ]

U. S. Army (see Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army)

U. S. Congress, Senate
1936 Florida Ship Canal: Hearings before a subcom-
mittee of the Committee on Commerce, U. S.
74th Cong., 2d Sess., on S. Res. 210, 83 p.,
January 17, February 4, 19.
[Includes statements pertaining to the ef-
fect of the Florida Ship Canal on the ground-
water resources of Florida. ]

1937 Atlantic-Gulf Ship Canal, Florida: Report of
the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, U. S.
75th Cong., 1st Sess., on H. R. 6150, House
Rept. 950, 19 p., June 8.
[Presents arguments before the Committee
both for and against the canal. Contains
excerpts from previous reports on the effect
of the canal on ground-water levels. i

1939a Authorizing the completion of the construction
of the Atlantic-Gulf Ship Canal across Florida:





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Report of the Committee on Rivers and Har-
bors, U. S. 76th Cong., 1st Sess., on H. R.
3223, House Rept. 509, 19 p., April 26.

1939b (Senate) Florida Ship Canal: Hearings before
the Committee on Commerce, U. S. 76th Cong. ,
let Sess., Senate Doc. 37.
[Hearings contain testimony of W. C.
Mendenhall, Director, U. S. Geol. Survey,
before the House Rivers and Harbors Com-
mittee on the effect of the Atlantic-Gulf Ship
Canal on the ground-water resources of
Florida. ]

Vance, Earl E.
1932 Florida's underground waterways: Sunrise,
the Florida Magazine, v. 1, p. 11-12, 32-33,
illustrations .
[Popularized description of Florida springs.]

Veatch, A.C. (see Fuller, M. L., 1905b)

Velardi, Joseph
1955 Acidizing water wells for flow improvements:
Southern Pulp and Paper Manufacturer, July 11.

Vernon, Robert O. (see also Ferguson, George E. )
1942 Geology of Holmes and Washington counties,
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 21, 161 p.,
2 pis., 20 figs.
[Presents brief discussion of water re-
sources in above counties. ]

1943 Florida mineral industry: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 24, 207 p. 39 figs.
[Presents a discussion of sale of bottled
water on pages 146-148. ]

1951 Geology of Citrus and Levy counties, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 33, 236 p., 42
illustr nations .
[Brief discussion of ground water in these
counties on pages 241-244. ]






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Safe and adequate and you drink it: Eng.
Progress at Univ. of Florida, v. 9, no. 4,
p. 35-41.
[Brief discussion of the occurrence, qual-
ity and use of ground water in Florida.
Include s maps showing the top of the Floridan
aquifer. ]

Robert C.
Geology and ground water of the Fort Lauder-
dale area, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Rept.
Inv. 6, 32 p. 12 pls.


1955








Vorhis,
1948




Walcott,
1904


C. D.
Report of the Director (1902-03): U. S. Geol.
Survey 24th Ann. Rept., 302 p., 36 pls.
[De scribe s work of the Division of Hydrology
in Florida on page 204. ]


Wallace, D. S. (see Cross, W. P., 1940; Grover, Nathan C. ,
1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938a, 1938b, 1940;
Parker, G. L. 1942a; Paulsen, Carl G. 1941)

Wander, I. W.
1951 (and Reitz, H. J. ) The chemical composition
of irrigation water used in Florida citrus
groves: Florida Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 480.

Warren, M. A. (see Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1945; Stringfield,
V. T., 1941)

Wells, J. V. B.
1955 (and others; Florida section by Patterson,
A. O.) Surface-water supply of the United
States, 1953, Pt. 2, South Atlantic slope and
eastern Gulf of Mexico basins: U. S. Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper 1274, 393 p.
[Contains discharge measurements of Blue
(near Orange City), Silver, Kissengen,
Crystal, Weekiwachee, Rainbow, Icha-
tucknee, and Wakulla springs (p. 52, 57,
110, 122, 136, 138, 152, 159). ]






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Wells, Sidney W.
1954 Hydrogen sulphide problems of small water
systems: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour.,
v. 46, no. 2, 11 p., 2 figs.
[ Mo st arte sian well water in Florida contains
from 1. O to 4. O ppm of dissolved sulphides
as HZS. Various methods of removing sul-
phides from the water are discussed. ]

Wenzel, L. K. (see Meinzer, O. E., 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939,
1940, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945)

Westendick, F. C. (see Stringfield, V. T., 1935b)

Wrenn, Henry S.
1945 Florida plans to save water supply: Florida
Highways, v. 13, no. 6, p. 10 -11, 39, illus -
trated.
[Outline of work of Committee on Water
Conservation appointed by Governor Cald-
well. ]




Anonymous
1922 Dr ainage thr ough wells Mimeographed manu-
script dated December 25.

1941 Conserving land and water resources.
[Pamphlet published by State Planning
Board, describing purpose and organization
of the Southeastern Florida Joint Resources
Investigation, January. ]

1950 Water facts in relation to a national water-
resources policy.
[A statement to the President's Water Re-
sources Policy Commission prepared by
the U. S. Geological Survey. General state-
ment of ground-water situation in Florida,
Appendix B, p. 99. Water situation by
areas, Appendix C, p. 32-35.






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INDEX

Acidizing wells
Angas, R. M., 1955
Velardi, Joseph, 1955
Alachua County
Drainage wells
Fuller, M. L., 1911
General
Matson, G. C. 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Odum, H. T., 1951
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Analyses, chemical (see Ouality of water)
Aquifer (see Biscayne aquifer; Floridan aquifer)
Aquife rs, yield of (see Yield of aquife rs ; Quantitative studies )
Artificial recharge (see Drainage wells)
Atlantic-Gulf Ship Canal (see Canal, Sea Level Ship)

Baker County
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936





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Bay County
Public supplies s
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Biscayne aquifer (see also Dade County;Southeastern Florida;
Southern Florida)
Glass, W. A., 1951
Kohout, F. A., 1953
Parker, G. G., 1951, 1955a, 1955b
Bottled water (see Water, bottled)
Bradford County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Gene ral
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Brevard County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Matson, G. C., 1913
Neill, R. M., 1955
Sellar ds, E. H. 19 10b, 19 13
Spicer, H. C., 1955
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Wander, I. W., 1951







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General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Neill, R. M., 1955
Wander, I. W., 1951
Salt-water encroachment
Spicer, H. C. 1955
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Neill, R. M., 1955
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Broward County (see also Southeastern Florida; Southern
Flor ida)
Baldwin, Mark, 1915
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1923
Cross, W. P., 1940, 1941
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Parker, G. G. 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1946, 1955a
Spicer, H. C. 1955
Stephens, J. C., 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Vorhis, R. C. 1948
Ft. Lauderdale
Baldwin, Mark, 1915
Spicer, H. C., 1955
Vorhis, R. C. 1948
General
Cross, W. P., 1940, 1941
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1955a
Stephens, J. C., 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Vorhis, R. C., 1948
Geology
Parker, G. G., 1944a, 1955a
Vorhis, R. C. 1948






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Public supplies
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1946, 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1923
Cross, W. P., 1940
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1944a, 1955a
Salt-water encroachment
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Spicer, H. C., 1955
Vorhis, R. C. 1948
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Water table
Baldwin, Mark, 1915
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Vorhis, R. C. 1948
Well records
Cross, W. P., 1940
Parker, G. G. 1944a, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936

Calhoun County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1923
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1923
Canal, Sea Level Ship
Boesch, C. E., 1935, 1938
Brown, J.S., 1937
Buckman, H. H., 1936
Bur well, E. B. Jr ., 19 34
Corps of Engineers, 1937
Davenport, Walter, 1935






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Hubbert, M. K., 1940
Paige, Sidney, 1936, 1938
Pirnie, Malcolm, 1935
Sharp, H.S., 1936
Thompson, D. G., 1938
U. S. Congress, 1936, 1937, 1939a, 1939b
Central Florida
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1945, 1950
Hyde, G. C. 1928
Scott, H. A.
Sellards, E. H. 1908
Tabita, Angelo, 1954
Charlotte County
Black, A. P. 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Dodd, C.K., 1931
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Wander, I. W. 1951
General
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Dodd, C. K. 1931
Wander, I. W., 1951
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Chemical character (see Quality of water)
Citrus County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1909
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Odum, H. T., 1951
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Vernon, R.O., 1951
General
Matson, G. C., 1909






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Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Geology
Vernon, R. O., 1951
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Odum, H. T., 1951
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O.E., 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Clay County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Collie r County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1955a
Stephens, J. C. 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T. 1936






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General
Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1955a
Stephens, J. C., 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Quantitative studied s
Kleini Howard, 1954
Salt-water encroachment
Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Use of water
Klein, Howard, 1954
Water-level records
Klein, Howard, 1954
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Klein, Howard, 1954
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Columbia County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Fuller, M. L., 1911
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E. 1927
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E. 1927






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Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Fuller, M. L., 1911
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Conservation
Anonymous, 1922
Edwards, R. A., 1953
Gunter, Herman, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1942
Imeson, C. V., 1935
May, J. F. 1935
Stubb s, S. A. 19 39
Stringfield, V. T., 1945
Wrenn, H. S. 1945
Current meter exploration (see Well exploration)

Dade County(see also Southeastern Florida; Southern Florida)
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Brown, R. H. 1944, 1945
Collins, W. D., 1923, 1928
Cross, W. P., 1940, 1941
De Wolf, A. B. 1942
Ferguson, G. E. 1947
Glass, W. A., 1951
Heermance, A. H., 1931
Kohout, F. A., 1953
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Love, S. K. 1942, 1945
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G. 1943, 1944a, 1944b, 1945a, 1945b, 1945c,
1946, 1950, 1951, 1955a
Rader, E. M., 1955
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Spicer, H. C. 1955
Stringfield, V. T., 1936, 1945
Swinnerton, A. C. 1942
Biscayne aquifer
Glass, W. A. 1951
Kohout, F. A., 1953
Parker, G. G., 1951, 1955a
Earthquakes
Parker, G. G., 1950






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Floridan aquifer
]Parker, GE.G., 1951, 1955a
General
Cross, W.P., 1940, 1941
Matson, G.C., 1913
Parker, G.G., 1943, 1944a, 1944b, 1945a, 1945b,
1945c, 1946, 1950, 1951, 1955a
Sellards, E.H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936, 1945
Swinnerton, A.C., 1942
IGeology
]Parker, G.G., 1951, 1955a
Mi ami
Browm, R..H., 1944, 1945
DeWolf, A.B., 1942
Class, W.A., 1951
Heernaance, A.H., 1931
]Kohout, F.A., 1953
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
Love, S.K., 1945
]Parker, G'.G., 1944b, 1951, 1955a
IRader, E.M., 1955
Spicer, H.C., 1955
Public supplies
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
Love, S.K., 1942
Parker, G.G., 1946, 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W.D., 1923, 1928
Cross, W.P., 1940
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
Love, S.K., 1942, 1945
]Parker, G.G., 1944b, 1945b, 1946, 1951, 1955a
Quantitative studies
Parker, GE.G., 1951, 1955a
Salt-water encroachment
Brown, R. H., 1944, 1945
lKohout, F.A., 1953
Love, S.K., 1945
]Parker, G.G., 1944b, 1945b, 1951, 1955a
Rader, E.M., 1955
Spicer, H.C., 1955






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Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Use of water
Parker, G. G., 1946, 1955a
Water-level records
Parker, G. G., 1950, 1951, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T. 1936, 1945
Water table
Br own, R. H. 1944, 1945
Parker, G. G. 1951, 1955a
Well exploration
Kohout, F. A. 19 53
Well records
Cross, W. P., 1940
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Daytona Beach (see Volusia County)
De Soto County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Matson, G. C. 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Gene ral
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Dixie County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951





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Collins, W.D., 1928
Springs
Ferguson, Gr.E., 1947
Drainage wells
Anonymous, 1922
Fuller, M. L., 1911
IHart, CE.A., 1921
Sellards, E.H., 1906c, 1908, 1911
Stringfield, V. T., 1933d, 1936
Unklesbay, A.G., 1944, 1945b, 1946
Drinking water standards
Black, A.P., 1951
Duval County (see also Northeastern Florida; Northern
Florida)
Acidizing wells
Angas, R.M., 1955
General
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Sellards, E.H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V.T., 1933d, 1936, 1941
Jacks onville
Johnson, L.C., 1905
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
IPohl, C.A.
Thompson, D.Ci., 1931b
Neptune Beach
Angas, R.M., 1955
Public supplies
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
Pirnie, Malcolm, 1927
Pohl, C.A.
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W.D., 1928
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b
Lohr, E.W., 1953, 1954
Quantitative studies
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942c
Salt -wate r enc roachment
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Springs
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Use of water
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942c





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Water-level records
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936

Earthquakes, effects on water levels
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Parker, G. G. 1950
Eastern Florida
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Electrical resistivity studies
Spicer, H. C., 1955
Escambia County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1923, 1928
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Jacob, C. E. 1940
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Jacob, C. E. 1940
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Pensacola
Jacob, C. E. 1940
Lohr, E. W. 1953
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D., 1923, 1928
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Everglades (see also Southeastern Florida, Southern Florida)
Bellamy, Jeanne, 1947
Clayton, B. S. 1942
Elliot, C. G., 1905
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1944c, 1945a, 1948, 1955a
Scott, H. A.
Stephens, J. C. 1943, 1945
Tabita, Angelo, 1954
Exploration of wells (see Well exploration)

Flagler County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Stringfield, V. T., 1936






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General
Stringfield, V. T., 1933a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Flood control
Bellamy, Jeanne, 1947
Scott, H. A.
Tabita, Angelo, 1954
Florida (see Central Florida; Northeastern Florida; North-
ern Florida; Southeastern Florida; Southern Florida)
Floridan aquifer
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1945, 1950
Parker, G. G., 1951, 1955a
Peek, H. M., 1953
Vernon, R. O., 1955
Fluoride (see also Quality of water)
Black, A. P., 1937
Fort Lauderdale (see Broward County)
Fr anklin County
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H. 19 12
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928

Gadsden County
Black, A. P., 1951
Cole, W. S. 1944
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912






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General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Geology
Cole, W. S. 1944
Quality 0f water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
General
Anonymous, 1922, 1950
Biting, C. R., 1945
Black, A. P., 1939, 1953
Boesch, C. E., 1935, 1938
Boone, H. P., 1929
Brown, J. S. 1921
Burwell, E.B., Jr., 1934, 1945
Calver, J. L., 1951
Cooke, C. W. 1929, 1939, 1945
Cooper, H. H. Jr. 1942b, 1944, 1945, 1950
Edwards, R. A., 1953
Fuller, M. L., 1904, 1905a
Gunter, Herman, 1929, 1938, 1942, 1945a, 1945b, 195r
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Hopkins, Charles, 1945
Houck, L. H. 1941
Hubbert, M. K. 1940
Jacobs, W. F. 1945
Johnson, L. C., 1905
Jordan, R.H., 1950
Klein, Howard, 1954
Knapp, J. V. 1945
McGee, W. J., 1894
Matson, G. C., 1909, 1911, 1913
Mayo, Nathan, 1945
Meinzer, O. E., 1923
MJichaels, A. P., 1935
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1945b, 1945c, 1951,
1955a
Powell, J. W.
Sellards, E. H., 1906c, 1907, 1908, 1910b, 1910c, 1912,


0


,






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1913, 1918a, 1918b
Sharp, H.S., 1938
Stephens, J. C. 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1933c, 1933d, 1934a, 1935a, 1935b,
1936, 1938, 1941, 1945, 1951a, 1951c
Stubb s, S. A. 19 38
Swinnerton, A. C., 1942
Thompson, D. G. 1931a, 1931b
Vernon, R. O. 1942, 1955
Walcott, C. D., 1904
Wrenn, H.S., 1945
Geology
Black, A. P., 1953
Calver, J. L., 1951
Cooke, C. W. 1929, 1945
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Jacob, C. E. 1940
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1944c, 1945a, 1945c, 1948,
1951, 1955a
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Sellards, E. H., 1918a, 1918b
Spicer, H. C., 1955
Stringfield, V. T., 1933a, 1933c
Stubbs, S. A., 1938
Unklesbay, A. G. 1944
Vernon, R. O., 1942, 1951
Vorhis, R. C. 1948
Geothermal (see Water temperature)
Gilchrist County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936





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Glades County (see also Southern Florida)
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944c, 1945a, 1945c, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Geology
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1955a
Public supplies s
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Parker, G. G. 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Gulf County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947

Hamilton County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936






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Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Hardee County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Hendry County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Stephens, J. C., 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Stephens, J. C., 1943, 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Geology
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1955a
Public supplies
Love, S. K., 1942
Parker, G. G., 1955a







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Hernando County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Highlands County
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Gene ral
Parker, G. G. 1944c, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928






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Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Hillsborough County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1923, 1928
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942a
Ferguson, G. C., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Peek, H. M. 1953
Sellards, E..H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Peek, H. M., 1953
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1923, 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quantitative studies
Coope r, H. H. Jr ., 1942a
Salt-water contamination
Peek, H. M., 1953
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Holmes County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Vernon, R. O., 1942
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Vernon, R. O. 1942
Geology
Vernon, R. O. 1942
Quality of Water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Hydrogen sulfide (see also Quality of water)
Well, S. W., 1954
Hydrology of Florida Peninsula
Boesch, C. E., 1935, 1938
Gunter, Herman, 1950
Parker, G. G. 1951, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Swinnerton, A. C., 1942
Tabita, Angelo, 1954

Indian River County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Wander, I. W. 1951
General
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Wander, I. W., 1951
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936







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Jackson County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1953
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1953
Jacksonville (see Duval County)
Jeffer son County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C. 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Matson, G. C. 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947

Key West
Hovey, E. O., 1896
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Kissengen Spring (see Polk County, Springs)
Kissimmee River Basin
Parker, G. G. 1944c
Tabita, Angelo, 1954






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Lafayette County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lake County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G.E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E. 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Lake Okeechobee (see also Southeastern Florida; Southern
Florida)
Baldwin, Mark, 1915
Bellamy, Jeanne, 1947
Parker, G. G., 1944b, 1944c, 1955a
Scott, H. A.
Stringfield, V. T., 1933c
Tabita, Angelo, 1954






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Lake Tarpon (see Pinellas County)
Lake Worth (see Palm Beach County)
Laws governing water use
Maloney, F. E., 1955
Lee County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D., 1928
Lohr, E. W., 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G. 1944a, 1945c
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Wander, I. W., 1951
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944a, 1945c
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Wander, I. W., 1951
Leon County
Black, A. P. 195 1
Cole, W. S. 1945
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C. 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Geology
Cole, W. S. 1945
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


+ Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Cole, W. S. 1945
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Levy County
Black, A. P., 1951
Brown, J. S., 1921, 1925
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E. 1927
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Vernon, R. O. 1951
Gene ral
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Vernon, R. O., 1951
Geology
Vernon, R. O., 1951
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Salt-water encroachment
Brown, J. S., 1921, 1925
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E. 1927
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Brown, J. S. 1925
Stringfield, V. T. 1933a
Liberty County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Matson, G. C. 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
General
Matson, G. C., 1913






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Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Logs of wells (see Wells, records of)

Madison County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W.D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Hart, G. A. 1921
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Drainage wells
Hart, G. A. 1921
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1912
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E. 1947
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Manatee County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Peek, H. M., 1955
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1933d, 1936
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Wander, I. W., 1951
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Peek, H. M., 1955
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1933d, 1936
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Collins, W. D. 1928
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Wander, I. W., 1951
Salt-water contamination
Peek, H. M., 1955
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well exploration
Pe ek, H. M. 195 5
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Marion County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Fulle r, M. L. 19 11
Leconte, John, 1861
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Odum, H. T., 1951
Sharp, H. S. 1936
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Drainage wells
Fuller, M. L., 1911
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W., 1954
Odum, H. T. 195 1
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Leconte, John, 1861
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Sharp, H. S., 1936
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936






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Martin County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
DeMoya, P. P., 1928
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1945c, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Parker, G. G., 1944c, 1945c, 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
De Moya, P. P. 19 Z8
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1933a
Mianxi area (see Dade County)
Monroe County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Hovey, E. O., 1896
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1945c, 1951, 1955a
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1945a, 1945c, 1951,
1955a
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Key West
Hovey, E. O. 1896
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Hovey, E. O. 1896
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Hovey, E. O., 1896
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Municipal supplies (see Public supplies)

Nassau County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Cole, W. S. 1944
Collins, W. D., 1928
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Ferguson, G. E. 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1933a
Velardi, Joseph, 1955
Warren, M. A.
Acidizing wells
Velardi, Joseph, 1955
General
Cooper, H. H. Jr. 1942a, 1942b
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Warren, M. A.
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Cole, W. S. 1944
Collins, W. D. 1928
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Quantitative studies
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942c
Warren, M. A.
Salt-water encroachment
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947






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Use of water
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942c
Water-level records
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Well records
Cole, Mr.S., 1944
Neptune Beach (see Duval County)
Northeastern Florida (see also ]Northern Florida)
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1942b, 1942c
Stringfield, V.T., 1941
Warren, M.AL
Northe rn Florida
Cooper, H.H., Jr., 1945, 1950
Sellards, E. H., 1906a, 1906b

Okaloos a County
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, W.D., 1928
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, W.D., 1928
Okeechobee County
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, PW.)., 1928
Love, S.K., 1942
Parker, G.Gr., 1944a, 1944c, 1945c, 1955a
Stringfield, V.T., 1933c, 1936
General
Parker, Gr.G'., 1944a, 1944c, 1945c, 1955a
Stringfield, V.T., 1933a, 1936
Public supplies
Love, S.K., 1942
]Parker, G.G., 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A.P., 1951
Collins, Mr.D., 1928
Love, S.K., 1942
]Parker, G.G., 1955a
Water-level records
Stringfield, V.T., 1936
Well records
]Parker, G.G., 1955a
Stringfield, V.T., 1936






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Orange County
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Fulle r, M. L. 19 11
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G. 1944c
Sellards, E. H., 1910a, 1910b, 1911, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1933d, 1936
Thomps on, D. G. 19 3 b
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944, 1945b, 1946
Drainage wells
Fuller, M. L., 1911
Sellards, E. H., 1911
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944, 1945b, 1946
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944c
Sellards, E. H., 1910a, 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1933d, 1936
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944
Orlando
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944, 1945b, 1946
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Springs
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944
Well exploration
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Unklesbay, A. G., 1944
Orlando (see Orange County)
Osceola County
Collins, W.D., 1928
Matson, G. C. 19 13
Parker, G. G. 1944c
Sellards, E. H., 1913






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Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944c
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Collins, W. D. 1928


Palrn Beach County
Baldwin, Mark, 1915
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D., 1928
Cross, W. P., 1940, 1941
Darton, N. H., 1891
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Love, S. K. 1942
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1944c, 1945a, 1946, 1955a
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Gene ral
Cross, W. P. 1940, 1941
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1943, 1944a, 1944c, 1945a, 1955a
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Geology
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Lake Worth
Darton, N. H., 1891
Schroeder, M. C. 1954
Public supplies
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Love, S. K. 1942
Parker, G. G., 1946, 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Cross, W. P., 1940, 1941
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954





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Love, S. K., 1942
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Salt-water encroachment
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Water-level records
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Water table
Baldwin, Mark, 1913
Well records
Cross, W. P., 1940
Darton, N. H., 1891
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Pasco County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D. 1928
Fer guson, G. E. 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Odum, H. T., 1951
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Odurn, H. T., 1951
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Pensacola (see Escambia County)
Perennial yield (see Quantitative studies; Yield of aquifers)
Pinellas County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Heath, R. C., 1954a





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Lane, F. W., 1932
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C. 19 13
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Oberly, H. T., 1944
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Taylor, R. L. 1953
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Wander, I. W., 1951
General
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Ge olo gy'
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Lake Tarpon
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Taylor, R. L. 1953
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 194'7
Heath, R. C. 1954a
L~ohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Taylor, R. L., 1953
Wander, I. W., 1951
St. Petersburg
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Lane, F. W., 1932
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Oberly, H. T., 1944
Thompson, D. G., 1931b
Salt-water encroachment
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Use of water
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Water-level records
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936






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Well records
Heath, R. C., 1954a
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Polk County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E W., 1953, 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Parker, G. G., 1944c
Peek, H. M., 1951
Sellards, E. H., 1913
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Wander, I. W. 1951
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944c
Sellards, E. H. 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Lohr, E. W. 1953, 1954
Wander, I. W., 1951
Springs
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Meinzer, O. E., 1927
Peek, H. M., 1951
Use of water
Peek, H. M., 1951
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Pollution
Matson, G. C., 1911
Potential Yield (see Quantitative studies, Yield of aquifers)
Problems, water
Edwards, R. A. 1953





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Gunter, Herman, 1944, 1950
Hoy, N. D. 1948
Matthews, A. G. 1948, 1955
Parker, G. G., 1946
Stringfield, V. T., 1951a
Thompson, D. G., 1931a
Public supplies
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Cole, W. S. 1944, 1945
Collins, W. D. 1923
Dodd, C.K., 1931
Heath, R. C. 1954a
Hyde, G. C. 1928
Jacob, C. E. 1940
Klein, Howard, 1954
Lane, F. W. 1932
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Love, S. K., 1942
Oberly, H. T., 1944
Parker, G. G. 1946, 1955a
Pirnie, Malcolm, 1927
Pohl, C. A.
Simons, G. W. 1927
Taylor, R. L. 1953
Tippins, B. F., 1931
Unklesbay, A. G., 1945a
Putnam County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Matson, G. C., 1913
Odum, H. T. 1951
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Quality of water
Black, A. P. 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Odum, H. T. 1951
Springs
Ferguson, G.E., 1947






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Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936

Quality of water (see also Salt-water encroachment)
Anderson, O. L., 1931
Black, A. P., 1937, 1939, 1951, 1953
Boone, H. P. 1929
Brown, J. S. 1921
Clarke, F. W. 1890, 1914
Cole, W. S. 1944
Collins, W.D., 1923, 1928
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942b, 1945, 1950
Cross, W.P., 1940
DeMoya, P. P., 1928
Dodd, C. K., 1931
Ferguson, G. E., 1947
Fulle r, M. L. 1904
Heath, R. C., 1951
Hobbs, W. H., 1929
Hovey, E. O. 1896
Klein, Howard, 1954
Lohr, E. W., 1953, 1954
Love, S. K. 1942, 1945
Neill, R. M. 1955
Odum, H. T., 1953
Parker, G. G. 1944a, 1944b, 1944c, 1945a, 1945b, 1945c,
1946, 1951, 1955a, 1955b
Schroeder, M. C., 1954
Sellards, E. H., 1907, 1910d
Simons, G. W. 1927
Stringfield, V. T. 1933a, 1933c
Tippins, B. F., 1931
Unklesbay, A. G. 1945a
Vernon, R. O., 1955
Wander, I. W., 1951
Wells, S. W., 1954
Quantitative studied s
Cooper, H. H., Jr., 1942a, 1942b, 1942c
Derragon, Eugene, 1954
Heath, R. C., 1951






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Klein, Howard, 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a

Recharge, artificial (see Artificial recharge)

St. Augustine (see St. Johns County)

St. Johns County
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Clarke, F. W., 1890, 1914
Collins, W. D., 1928
Darton, N. H. 1920
Johnson, L. C., 1905
Kennish, Wm. 1887
Lohr, E. W., 1954
Matson,' G. C. 1913
Rude, G. T. 1924, 1925
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Simons, G. W. 1927
Slichter, C. S. 1902
Stringfield, V. T., 1936, 1951c
Unklesbay, A. G., 1945a
Gene ral
Matson, G. C., 1913
Sellards, E. H., 1910b, 1913
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Simons, G. W., 1927
Unkle sbay, A. G. 1945a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951, 1953
Clarke, F. W., 1890, 1914
Collins, W. D. 1928
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Simons, G. W. 1927
St. Augustine
Darton, N. H., 1920
Johnson, L. C., 1905
Kennish, Wm. 1887
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Simons, G. W. 1927
Slichter, C. S., 1902





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Unkle sbay, A. G. 1945a
Submarine spring
Rude, G. T., 1924, 1925
Stringfield, V. T., 1951c
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T. 1936
Well records
Darton, N. H. 1920
Johnson, L. C., 1905
Slichter, C. S., 1902
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Unkle sbay, A. G. 1945a
St. Lucie County
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D. 1928
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944a, 1955a
Sellar ds, E. H. 1910b, 19 13
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Wander, I. W., 1951
General
Matson, G. C., 1913
Parker, G. G., 1944a, 1955a
Sellar ds, E. H. 19 10b, 19 13
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Public supplies s
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Quality of water
Black, A. P., 1951
Collins, W. D., 1928
Lohr, E. W. 1954
Parker, G. G., 1955a
Wander, I. W., 1951
Water-level records
Stringfield, V. T., 1936
Well records
Parker, G. G. 1955a
Strin~gfield, V. T., 1936
St. Petersburg (see Pinellas County)
Salt-water contamination
Heath, R. C., 1954b
Love, S. K. 1945