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Title: Water-resource records of Brevard County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 32 )
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Statement of Responsibility: by D.W. Brown,W.E. Kenner, J.W. Crooks and J.B. Foster. Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Florida Geological Survey.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 32


WATER-RESOURCE RECORDS
OF
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA


By
D. W. Brown, W. E. Kenner,
J. W. Crooks, and J. B. Foster







Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
U. S. ARMY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS
and the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY





TALLAHASSEE


1962









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Completed manuscript received
April 14, 1961
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee









CONTENTS

Page
Introduction ........................ ............ 1


ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure
1 The Florida Peninsula showing the location of
Brevard County .......................... 3
2 Brevard County showing the location of stream-
gaging stations............................ 4
3 Brevard County showing the location of quality-
of-water sampling stations on streams and lakes 5
4 Well-numbering system...................... 6
5 Brevard County showing the location of wells
and areas of flowing and nonflowing artesian
wells ................................. facing 6
6 Series of graphs showing water levels in wells
in Brevard and adjacent counties ............. 67
7 Series of graphs showing chloride content from
wells in Brevard and adjacent counties ........ 85


Table
1 Maximum and minimum stages at stream-gaging
stations in Brevard County, Florida.......... 7
2 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Jane Green
Creek near Deer Park, Florida ............. 8
3 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Wolf Creek
near Deer Park, Florida .................... 8
4 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of St. Johns
River near Melbourne, Florida.............. 9
5- Monthly and yearly mean discharge of St. Johns
River near Christmas, Florida .............. 10
6 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Elbow
Creek near Eau Gallie, Florida............... 11
7 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Crane
Creek at Melbourne, Florida ................ 11
8 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Turkey
Creek near Palm Bay, Florida. ................ 11










9 Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Fellsmere
Canal near Fellsmere, Florida. ............
10 Discharge of small streams tributary to the
Indian River ...............................
11 Chemical analyses of surface water in the St.
Johns River and Indian River areas, Florida....
12 Water level and artesian pressure in wells in
Brevard and adjacent counties ..............
13 Chloride analysis of water fromwells in Brevard
and adjacent counties ......................
14 Chemical analyses of water from nonartesian
wells in Brevard and adjacent counties.......
15 Chemical analyses of waterfrom artesian wells
in Brevard and adjacent counties .............
16 Records of wells in Brevard and adjacent coun-
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WATER-RESOURCE RECORDS
OF
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA

By
D. W. Brown, W. E. Kenner,
J. W. Crooks, and J. B. Foster


INTRODUCTION

The U. S. Geological Survey made a comprehensive
investigation of the water resources of Brevard County
from 1954 to 1958. The purposes of this investigation were:
(1) to determine the occurrence and chemical quality of
water in the streams and lakes, (2) to determine the location
and the thickness of aquifers, and (3) to determine the
occurrence and chemical quality of the ground water. During
the period from 1933 to 1954, water records were collected
from a few stream-gaging stations and a few observation
wells. The purpose of this report is to present basic data
collected during these investigations.

Most of the data presented inthis report were collected
by the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Central
and Southern Florida Flood Control District; the Corps of
Engineers, U. S. Army; and the Florida Geological Survey.

The interpretive results and selected data are contained
in the report entitled "Water resources of Brevard County,
Florida" by D. W. Brown, W. E. Kenner, J. W. Crooks,
and J. B. Foster, which will be published by the Florida
Geological Survey as Report of Investigations No. 28.

The surface-water data herein consist of summaries of
stage records at 14 locations, summaries of discharge for
8 stream-gaging stations, and the results of 294 discharge







measurements made on streams tributary to Indian River
(tables 1-10).

The results of chemical analysis of samples of water
collected at 50 sampling stations on the St. Johns and Indian
rivers and their tributaries are presented in tabular form
(table 11).

Water-level and artesian-pressure measurements
were made periodically in 232 wells and recording gages
were operated on wells. The records of the water leveland
artesian pressure in the wells are presented in tabular and
graphic form (table 12).

Samples of water were collected periodically from 104
wells for determination of chloride content, and the results
of these determinations are presented intabular and graphic
form (table 13). Samples of water were collected from 100
wells for chemical analysis, and the results of these analyses
are presented in tabular form (tables 14, 15). Samples of
water were collected from 803 wells for determination of
chloride content only, and the results of these determinations
are included in table 16. Some of the determinations of the
chloride content presented in tables 13 and 16 were made in
the field and, although not as accurate as those made in the
laboratory, are sufficiently accurate to be used in this
investigation. Other well data, including the description
and location, are presented in table 16.



















































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Table 1. Maximum and Minimum Stages at Stream-Gaging Stations in Brevard County, Florida

Stage, in feet,
*Sta. msl datum
No. Station name Period Maximum Minimum

3 Banana River at Canaveral Harbor Sept. 1,1943 Sept. 30,1958 3.28 1.48

4 Crane Creek at Melbourne Mar. 14,1951 Sept. 30, 1958 14.43 7. 14

5 Clear Lake near Cocoa Mar. 22, 1952 Sept. 12, 1958 25.82 15.70

6 Elbow Creek near Eau Gallie May 11, 1955 Sept. 30, 1957 7.55 3. 25

8 Fellsmere Canal near Fellsmere Feb. 1, 1955 Sept. 30,1958 21.10 9.44

11 Indian River at Sebastian July29,1948 July 7,1954 3.22 0.87

12 Indian River at Titusville Sept. 11,1951 Sept. 30, 1958 2.32 0.78

14 Jane Green Creek near Deer Park Nov. 2, 1953 Sept. 30, 1958 29.50

15 Lake Poinsett near Cocoa Nov. 25,1942 Sept. 30,1958 17.55 7.99

16 Lake Washington near Eau Gallie July 23,1942 Sept. 30, 1958 20.08 10.99

18 St. Johns River near Christmas Dec. 14,1933 Sept. 30, 1958 12.21 2. 10

22 St. Johns River near Melbourne Nov. 8, 1939 Sept. 30, 1958 20.69 11.08

27 Turkey Creek near Palm Bay Jan. 11, 1956 Sept. 30,1958 12.70 0.74

28 Wolf Creek near Deer Park Jan. 10, 1956 Sept. 30, 1958 27. 28

*See figure 2 for location of stream-gaging stations.














Table 2. Monthly and Yearly Mean Discharge of Jane Green Creek near Deer Park, Florida
(in cubic feet per second)


Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dee. Year

1953 2,752 501 479
1954 176 33.2 41.7 67.8 18.9 1,533 338 345 950 888 564 157 425
1955 113 194 46.9 54.0 .10 8.48 610 553 1,289 298 20.9 7.98 266
1956 23.6 17.4 .16 0 0 0 49.5 123 231 2,930 134 8.39 297
1957 9.10 10.4 86.8 148 268 399 137 426 645






Table 4. Monthly and Yearly Mean Discharge of St. Johns River Near Melbourne, Florida
(in cubic feet per second)


Year Jan. Feb. Mar, Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year


1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956.
1957


401
576
1,053
93. 7
143
330
352
101
999
423
641
348
238
486
870
367
101
512


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137
331
283
36.3
32. 3
46.6
83.4
107
63.0
74.0
60.0
276
122
97. 5
29.0
0
10.0
328


80. 3
1,737
1,136
399
183
1,861
325
1,903
59.1
141
56. 0
184
70.0
191
1,207
1,037
11. 3
455 '


249 541
1,913 1,323
398 274
1,110 1,265
875 1,106
1,110 2,520
2,015 1,299
1,644 3,496
417 2,836
546 2,600
55.0 75.0
504 539
116 380
1,146 5,424
966 970
614 1,537
19.4 187
654 1,321


401
1,499
126
1,845
1,886
2,219
997
5,639
5,051
4,238
2,137
1,829
3,012
6,377
2,387
849
4,821


480
261
1,417
89.1
232
326
445
189
1,402
1,043
638
835
880
880
2,131
707
110
1,301


67. 1
226
723
51.7
42. 1
640
183
621
42.6
73.4
56.0
177
81.9
56.7
1,441
3. 3
0
704


245
2,502
48.1
592
1,279
836
362
2,934
1,687
1,516
1,772
959
2,614
2,884
1,043
233
2,838


479
831
665
67
92.4
198
268
161
1,053
202
186
266
216
516
343
508
44. 1
282


438
653
1,128
98,7
59.2
145
258
734
515
134
96 0
180
427
213
96.6
158
3.2
321


366
744
792
74. 7
78. 2
80. 0
115
417
153
106
80. 0
228
357
223
45.0
10.0
0
341


304
1,148
560
492
509
873
540
1,605
1,160
895
507
533
710
1,649
846
452
782


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Table 5, Monthly and Yearly Mean Discharge of St. Johns River Near Christmar Florida
(in cubic feet per second)


Year Jan, Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year

1934 1,110 652 645 709 1,170 2,960 3,680 2,360 1,760 1,331 802 511 1,480
1935 405 246 153 76.9 57.9 207 751 907 2,644 3,854 2,780 1,566 1,141
1936 1,487 2,388 3,519 2,319 875 1,003 1,347 1,192 879 945 1,178 969 1,506
1937 684 555 491 458 386 286 220 290 413 2,259 2,860 2,972 993
1938 2,045 1,262 743 373 173 175 704 744 416 432 477 301 652
1939 129 66.5 16.4 32.3 197 129 820 1,509 2,053 2,533 2,060 1,326 911
1940 796 899 984 1,038 317 293 545 1,173 1,728 1,216 512 651 845
1941 1,804 2,175 2,033 2,165 1,011 634 3,151 4,125 3,029 2,755 2,912 2,459 2,358
1942 1,972 1,387 2,003 1,680 964 1,369 1,900 1,321 1,273 948 378 174 1,281
1943 118 83.6 116 71.6 30.4 30.1 693 2,185 3,200 2,899 1,787 898 1,014
1944 407 201 118 197 82.6 252 632 1,764 2,432 2,607 2,679 1,303 1,057
1945 902 668 281 123 88.4 809 4,700 2,587 4,887 3,950 1,787 1,210 1,841
1946 816 457 411 222 90.9 129 406 2,083 2,464 1,756 1,176 584 885
1947 284 426 973 1,045 401 1,123 2,654 2,910 3,933 9,303 4,741 2,449 2,535
1948 1,896 1,769 1,214 370 172 113 195 1,147 2,911 8,177 3,157 1,663 1,902
1949 968 450 227 145 76.1 153 859 969 3,295 5,497 Z, 849 743 1,434
1950 1,083 520 316 278 125 81.9 78.9 90.7 171 2,127 3,273 1,614 814
1951 893 706 374 230 340 302 468 780 1,454 3,292 2,191 1,679 1,062
1952 976 660 856 899 360 196 123 267 615 3,409 3,890 1,806 1,172
1953 1,059 861 596 1,119 435 221 389 2,332 8,062 10,130 4,830 3,223 2,779
1954 1,927 988 508 303 187 2,271 2,618 2,080 1,569 2,512 2,228 1,561 1,567
1955 993 808 549 351 199 223 764 1,002 1,800 2,137 1,290 639 897
1956 374 326 170 93.9 62.9 33.4 102 107 831 5,104 4,928 2,165 1,193
1957 1,146 641 621 739 811 864 979 1,757 3,262

















Table 7. Monthly and Yearly Mean Discharge of Crane Creek at Melbourne, Florida
(in cubic feet per second)
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year
1951 14.2 7.27 3.04 5.95 10.1 16.6 39.4 27.8 10.3
1952 7.38 10.4 14.3 5.94 4.58 3.07 5.65 6.31 14.0 61.7 21.5 8.34 13.6
1953 7.34 9.41 10.5 13.8 9.09 6.05 6.75 23.8 66.8 89.9 35.1 23.2 25.2
1954 8.78 6.94 7.23 7.18 10.9 45.6 14.7 10.9 20.9 25.2 15.0 9.04 15.2
1955 9.59 8.46 6.29 5.52 5.10 8.32 6.63 5.07 9.53 10.7 5.95 6.13 7.26
1956 6.93 5.53 5.80 6.22 5.00 3.83 7.15 5.00 8.08 59.6 7.69 5.30 10.6
1957 6.25 6.50 10.2 11.6 5.79 5.68 8.73 19.4 13.8











Table 9, Monthly and Yearly Mean Discharge of Felllmere Canal Near Fellumere, Florida
(in cubic feet per second)

Year Jan. Feb, Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept, Oct, Nov. Dec, Year

1955 106 112 95.3 97,4 126 124 70.8 98,2 179 57.5 68,5
1956 61,1 53.1 38,6 3510 31,8 37.7 103 123 265 712 185 88,3 14;
1957 61,8 61.0 100 66.4 125 144 124 309 207










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Table 10. Discharge of Small Streams Tributary to the Indian River


Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1954 1955
ElliseCanal 11.2 (Sept. 27) 2.82 (Nov. 8) 2.74 (Dec. 13) 2.68 (Jan. 31) 2.26 (Mar. 15) 1.97 (Apr. 5)
Elbow Creek 11.3 (Sept. 28) 1.75 (Nov. 10) 2.58 (Dec. 14) 1.57 (Feb. 1) .642 (Mar. 16) .546 (Apr. ,25)
Crane Creek 24.5 (Sept. 29) 23.1 (Nov. 17) 10.1 (Dec. 14) 7.87 (Feb. 3) 6.44 (Mar. 16) 4.83 (Apr. 26)
Turkey Creek 144 (Oct. 2) 53.2 (Nov. 10) 47.8 (Dec. 15) 57.8 (Feb. 3) 31.8 (Mar. 22) 31.6 (Apr. 27)
Goat Creek 13.4 (Oct. 1) 5.18 (Nov. 11) 3.60 (Dec. 15) 5.37 (Feb. 3) 2.30 (Mar. 17) 1.95 (Apr, 27)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 223 (Oct. 1) 85.4 (Nov. 18) 27.4 (Dec. 15) 19.4 (Feb. 2) 8.87 (Mar. 17) 8.71 (Apr. 27)
Fellsmere Canal 184 (Oct. 1) 134 (Nov. 11) 106 (Dec. 16) 124 (Feb. 2) 82.7 (Mar. 23) 69. 1 (Apr. 27)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 114 (Oct. 1) 336 (Nov. 18) 28.2 (Dec. 16) 42.4 (Feb. 2) 25.0 (Mar. 23) 21.0 (Apr. 27)

Sum 725.4 641.45 228.42 261.09 160.012 139.706



Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1955
Ellis Canal 1.68 (June 6) 2.78 (July 19) 2. 30 (Aug. 29) 2.45 (Oct. 10) 2.25 (Nov. 16) 2.14 (Dec. 19)
Elbow Creek .621 (June 8) .660: (July 20) 1.15 (Sept. 1) 11.3 (Oct. 14) .815 (Nov. 17) .783 (Dec. 19)
Crane Creek 4.43 (June 8) 5.39 (July22) 4.84 (Sept. 1) 19.3 (Oct. 14) 6.00 (Nov. 17) 5.45 (Dec. 21)
'Turkey Creek 40.5 (June 7) 55.2 (July 22) 68.3 (Aug. 30) 81.9 (Oct. 11) 50.6 (Nov. 18) 41.2 (Dec. 22)
Goat Creek 1.25 (June 9) 1.13 (July 21) 1.17 (Sept. 1) 37.9 (Oct. 14) 1.63 (Nov. 18) 1.52 (Dec. 20)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 7.11 (June 9) 7.57 (July 21) 9.16 (Aug. 31) 32.3 (Oct. 12) 7.94 (Nov. 19) 7.79 (Dec. 20)
Fellsmere Canal 46.8 (June 9) 72.3 (July 21) 75.8 (Aug. 31) 207 (Oct. 12) 51.8 (Nov. 18) 59.7 (Dec. 20)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 12. 1 (June 9) 18.8 (July 21) 23.8 (Aug. 31) 80.0 (Oct. 12) 21.1 (Nov. 18) 15.1 (Dec. 20)

Sum 114.491 163.830 186.52 472.15 142.135 133.683








Table 10, (Continued)


Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1956


Ellis Canal 1.93 (Jan, 30) 1.75 (Mar. 12) 1.36 (Apr. 23) 1: 15 (June 4) 1.86 (July 18) 1.28 (Aug. 28)
Elbow Creek 1.12 (Jan, 28) 525 (Mar. 13) ,837 (Apr. 27) .45 (June 5) .484 (July 19) .67 (Aug. 31)
Crane Creek 7,65 (Jan. 27) 4.94 (Mar. 12) 7,53 (Apr. 27) 3.53 (June 5) 6.58 (July 18) 4.06 (Aug. 31)
Turkey Creek 40.6 (Jan, 30) 28.7 (Mar. 13) 51,3 (Apr. 30) 39.6 (June 6) 36.8 (July 19) 81.9 (Aug. 31)
Goat Creek 1.53 (Jan, 29) ,1.04 (Mar. 15) 1,75 (Apr. 30) ,80 (June 6) 2.51 (July 19) 1.54 (Aug. 30)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 7.37 (Jan. 29) 6.44 (Mar. 15) 8,70 (Apr. 30) 8.82 (June 6) 8,76 (July 19) 11.6 (Aug. 30)
Fellsmere Canal 59.3 (Jan. 29) 37 2 (Mar, 14) 32,7 (Apr. 30) 44.1 (June 7) 52.4 (July 17) 162 (Aug. 2Y)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 17.4 (Jan. 29) 15, 9 (Mar. 14) 19.1 (Apr. 30) 9. 36 (June 6) 37.4 (July 16) 66.1 (Aug. 29)

Sum 136.9 96.495 123.277 107.81 146.794 329.15




Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1956
Elli Canal 10, 7 (Oct. 8) 28. 7 (Oct. 19) 9.16 (Nov. 19),
Elbow Creek 2.34 (Oct. 9) 83.3 (Oct. 17) 30,9 (Oct. 18) 11.8 (Oct. 23) 7.98 (Oct. 24) 1.26 (Nov. 20)
Crane Creek 21.2 (Oct. 9) 264 (Oct. 16) -
Turkey Creek 2230 (Oct. 16) 1680 (Oct. 19) 1320 (Oct. 23) 1270 (Oct. 24) 213 (Nov. 21)
Goat Creek 17.4 (Oct. 9)' 377 (Oct. 19) 87,2 (Oct. 24)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 53.1 (Oct. 9) 981 (Oct. 18) 777 (Oct. 19) -
Fellemere Canal 186 (Oct. 10) 1680 (Oct. 16) 1560 (Oct. 18) 1460 (Oct. 19) 1210 (Oct. 23) -
South Prong Sebastian Creek 142 (Oct. 10) 1780 (Oct. 18) 1490 (Oct. 19) -

Sum .


r"f .

1
,

\

i I
'I



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;.U




'''' '' '

!ii



:
J.2 ,


*F


Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1957

Ellis Canal 3.16 (Jan. 8) 2.45 (Feb. 19) 2.58 (Apr. 8) 4.52 (May 15) 2.93 (June 26) 2.03 (Aug. 6)
Elbow Creek .75 (Jan 10) 1.47 (Feb. 20) 2.04 (Apr. 5) 1.31 (May 2Z) .22 (June 24) 9.02 (Aug. 9)
Crane Creek 5.61 (Jan. 10) 7.28 (Feb. 21) 9.34 (Apr. 9) 6.25 (May 12) 5.10 (June 24) 12.3 (Aug. 5)
Turkey Creek 92.6 (Jan. 9) 32. 2 (Feb. 18) 79. 1 (Apr. 9) 90.6 (May 14) 47.6 (June 26) 212 (Aug. 7)
Goat Creek 1.56 (Jan. 9) 2.16 (Feb. 20) 16.6 (Apr. 5) 14.8 (May 14) 7.80 (June 26) 85.9 (Aug. 7)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 7.68 (Jan. 8) 8.78 (Feb. 19) 82.2 (Apr. 3) 9.56 (May 13) 16.9 (June 26) 442 (Aug. 7)
Fellsmere Canal 63.2 (Jan. 8) 52.8 (Feb. 19) 148 (Apr. 3) 190 (May 13) 82.2 (June 25) 223 (Aug. 6)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 22.8 (Jan. 8) 29.0 (Feb. 19) 115 (Apr. 3) 45.2 (May 13) 19.6 (June 25) 57.8 (Aug. 6)
Suri 207.36 136.14 454.86 362.24 182.35 1044.05



Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1957 1958
'Ellis Canal 10.8 (Sept. 18) 4.07 (Oct. 29) 2.86 (Dec. 10) 8.88 (Jan. 24) 3.04 (Mar. 18) 2.27 (May 12)
Elbow Creek 8.22 (Sept. 18) 1.36 (Oct. 29) 1.37 (Dec. 2) 127 (Jan. 24) 20.5 (Mar. 19) 2.01 (May 12)
,Crane Creek 12.0 (Sept. 16) 6.84 (Oct. 29) 6.35 (Dec. 2) 7.56 (Jan. 20) 17.7 (Mar. 17) 8.03 (May 12)
Turkey Creek 205 (Sept. 16) 68.1 (Oct. 29) 43.0 (Dec. 4) 353 (Jan. 22) 151 (Mar. 19) 45.2 (May 14)
Goat Creek 25.2 (Sept. 18) 3.08 (Oct. 29) 5.45 (Dec. 3) 54.6 (Jan. 22) 6.70 (Mar. 18) 2.50 (May 14)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 164 (Sept. 18) 15.1 (Oct. 30) 9.86 (Dec. 3) 158 (Jan. 22) 22.3 (Mar. 18) 12.7 (May 13)
Fellsmere Canal 299 (Sept. 17) 51.5 (Oct. 30) 45.0 (Dec. 3) 67.4 (Jan. 21) 139 (Mar. 18) 55.6 (May 13)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 289 (Sept. 17) 28.3 (Oct. 30) 21.1 (Dec. 3) 40.1 (Jan. 21) 43.3 (Mar. 18) 35.9 (May 13)

Sum 1013.22 178.35 134.99 816.54 403.54 164.21


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Lble 10. (Continued)


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1








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I







Table 10, (Continued)


Stream Discharge (in cubic feet per second) and date of measurement
1958
Ellis Canal 1.83 (July 7) 1.05 (Sept. 2) 1, 39 (Oct, 29)
Elbow Creek 1.30 (July 9) 2.05 (Sept, 1) 2,19 (Oct. 29)
Crane Creek 5.71 (July 7) 9.61 (Sept. 1) 18.0 (Oct. 27)
Turkey Creek 31.9 (July 9) 39.9 (Sept. 3) 71.5 (Oct. 27)
Goat Creek 1.20 (July 8) 1.23 (Sept. 3) 2.62 (Oct. 28)
North Prong Sebastian Creek 6.92 (July 8) 6.14 (Sept. 2) 11.0 (Oct. 28)
Fellsmere Canal 67.1 (July 8) 65. 5 (Sept. 2) 63.5 (Oct. 28)
South Prong Sebastian Creek 46.6 (July 8) 17.2 (Sept. 2) 21.4 (Oct. 28)

Sum 162.56 142.68 191.60

Field estimate


' 1







Table 11. Chemical Analyses of Surface Water in the St. Johns River and Indian River Areas, Florida


Hardness
as CaCO0



S& e I ) ) ) i (6) en 8 ) 0
Source and 0 U 1 1 |. Q 0 N ai
location Ca d; .. h n i .. U

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) () 9 10) (11) 2 (1) ) (14) (15) (16) (17)
(=_(6_7 8 (9) 10) (11


1, St. Johns
River at
Crest gage 1
near
Malabar

2. St. Johns
River be-
tween crest
gages 1 and
2, near
Malabar

3. St. Johns
River at
crest gage 2
near
Malabar


4. Jane Green
Creek near
Deer Park


9-15-53
2-26-57
6- 4-57



5.18.54
11-16-55





9-15-53
10-21-54
5- 9-55

2-26-57
6- 4-57

9-17-53
5-19-54
9-30-54


6.6
2,460


2-4- 55 203
2-4- 55 ?.203


2. 3






6.8
5.6

1.0
3.8



7. 8

3.2
12
"3. 2


0. 15
.00
.02



.18
.00





.86
.09
.07

.00
.04

.31
.09
.30

:08
.08


7. 5
12
13



10
13





48
8.4
13

12
9.2

5.0
13
3.8


9:4
9.4


19
13





11
9.4
15

16
8.7

3.6
9.0
.7


7.4


33
32





66
28
34

27
23

16
32
4

20
20


5.5
2.8





60
2.5
1.0

5.0
2.8

2.5
5.0
1.5


2:5
2.5


30
30





45
17
34

34
17

7.5
22
12


18


83
80





206
60
90

84
54

29
68
31


52
52


7
16





102
6
17

18
8

6
17
17

8
14
12


95.6
184
153



160
157





393
105
176

188
91.4

59.5
138
61.4


95.7


6.7 120
6.9 120
7.0 110



6.5 -
6.7 100


6.6 400
7.1 70
6.8 80


........... A-








Tabl, 11 (Continuetd)
... . r. .. I .. I .


(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


1, continuedd)


- -


It|


I


(11) 1 (12)1 (13)


I


I II


I


(16)


(17) (18) (19)


3.16.55
4.26.55
6. 7.55

7.20-55
9. 1.55
10-13.55

11.19.55
12-21.55
1.27.56

3-14-56
7.18.56
8.30.56

10.11.56
1- 9-57
2.20.57
4- 4-57
5.14.57
6-26-57
9-19.57
0-29-57
2. 4.57
1.23.58

3-20-58
5.15.58
7-10-58


IB
5, 9
0

228
423
440

11
8.8
51

0
96
119

1,310
4.0
2. 8
224
25
85
1,330
80
17
408

816
40
7,4


.... .....


I


5, 3
1,9
19
C9

4.0
3. 8
5,9

6.8
4.2
5.3

.4
5.3
5.7

3.3
3,2
2. 7
6.3
2. 1
4.6
3. 5
4.2
6. 1
4, 7

2,2
3.7
6.3


0, 11
,05
.04

.12
.14
.06

.01
,09
.03

.04
.50
.13

.07
.04
.03
.02
.04
.09
.08
.06
.01
.01

.02
,07
.05


11
10

8.5
6. 1
6.3

11
13
14

14
15
11

6.4
12
15
11
14
9.6
6.8
9.2
12
7.8

8.4
9.6
19


2.2
1. 1
2. 2

,8
.9
1,3

1,7
2.3
1.7

4,1
1,1
1.3

.7
1.9
2. 1
1.6
1.5
1.0
.2
1.7
2.4
, .9

1.2
2.7
1.6


8.0
8.,
14

4,9

3.Z
3, 2

9.1
8, 7
11

8.2
11
6. 9

5. 3
12
14
11
11
4,4

5, 8
1
11

5. 1
5. 1
11


22
21
26

12
6.5
10

24
29
31

30
26
19

9.5
30
36
25
24
12
10
17
28
18

13
16


0, 1
.4
2,8

.6
,3
.3

.1
.1
.1

.2
1.4
. 1

.0
,3
.2
, 1
. 1
.2
.3
.3
.1
.1

.0
.1
.2


63
57
91

43
32
35

65
70
76

74'
80
58

36
74
86
69
72
45
35
49
76
56

42
53
96


123
125
158

79.1
62.4
58.2

112
148
149

171
137
116

62.3
146
173
127
138
82. 7
56.5.
92. 8
139
100

82.8
101
175


I I I I~-. I _r r I I I I I


6.6 120
6,4 150
5,9 90

6.4 340
6,8 280
6.6 200

6.6 180
6.7 90
6.8 25

6.9 65
6.2 360
6.6 300

6.5 250
6.8 90
6.7 90
6.9 160
6.9 120
6.8 180
6.7 95
6.5 110
6,9 90
6.8 100

6.9 130
6.8 100
7.1 100

7,110




l(nRnn


St. Johns
River at
crest gage 3
near
Melbourne

St. Johns
River near
Melbourne


9-17-53
5- 9-55
11-16-55
2-26-57
6- 4-57
9-25-52
12-18-52
3-27-53
5-18-53
6-23-53
10- 6-53

5-18-54
9-30-54
11-18-54

12-15-54
2- 1-55
3-17-55
4-28-55
6- 7-55
7-20-55
9- 2-55
10-14-55
11-19-55

12.21-55,
1-27-56
3-14-56
4-26-56
6-19-56
7- 6-56


___________-


e 200
795
138
e 70
e 55
6,940
e 10
2,990
ipoo

684
602
95
e 0
e 0
1,000
1080
967
167

103
101
e 0
S 0
e 0
e 30


2.4



20
2.5

6.2
1.4
4.5
2.3
.3
3. 9
4.5
7.1
4.2

3.7
2.0
2.2
4.0
1.7
2.9


0.21
.08
.00
.00
.10
.25
.13
.14


.11


.09
.07
.15

.07
.05
.09
.07
.04
.15
.11
.06
.03

.07
.08
.11
.01
.07
.00


7.9
13
12
11
9.6
8.7
7.9
8.3


8.7
6.2

8.4
8.4
7.1

8.8
8.2
9.4
11
10
9.4
8.7
9.5
11

12
15
17
24
35
40


9.0
17
12
18
8.3


6.1

13
7.3
10

8.6
12
13
13
17
8.0
6.6
8.0
12

12
17
20
28
52
47


3.5
1.0
2.8
4.2
3.0
2.8
4.0
29

1.0
4.0

6.0
2.0
2.0

2.5
2.0
2.'0
.8
3.0
2.8
3.5
.5
.0

4.5
7. 5
1.0
2.0
12
23


50
90
73
89
55
b107
b109
b118

b114
39
65
66
52

61
62
71
72
79
54
50
66
70

80
98
111
150
250
258


97.2
174
142
183
:98.7
102
104
131
117
127
73.1

128
98.0
91.3

115
119
140
154
172
103
90.8
99.2
137

164
203
242
311
498
479


- cl ~c~.~c~~,c~n~n~-~---3r,lr~


I I 1 I i i .


Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 9 10) (11) ) (a) s ) 14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19








Table 1), (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (1) (12) (13) (14) (1 ) (16) (17) (18)(19)


, (continued)



















. Lake
Washington
near Eau
Gallie




5. St. Johns
River at
Lake
Washington
outlet near
Eau Gallie


7.20.56
8.30-56
1.10.57

2.21-57
4. 9-57
5-15-57

8- 5.57
10-31-57
12- 2-57

1- 9-58
1-20-58
3-19-58

5-14-58
7- 9-58

5-18-53
5-19-54
10-20-54

11-16-55
2-26-57
6- 4-57

5-18-53
5-19-53


e 0
e 50
543

308
394
260

515
691
292

965
828
907

343
138


5, 1
6,0
1. 7

2.3
2.0
2.7

3.0
4.3
4.5

2.9
2. 5
.9

2.5
4.5



4.6

3.9
1.4
2 7


0.00
.10
.07

.08
.03
.03

.05
.05
.03

.03
.01
.03

.06
.04


.09
.17

.00
,07
. 11


26
26
9.2

12
11
16

11
10
11

11
10
10

9.2
16


9.6
9. 6

11
14
14


.12


6.6
3.6
2, 2

2.7
2.6
3,4

2. 1
2.2
1.8

1.8
2.2
2.7

3.9
1.5


2. 2
,1.7

1.7
3.2
1.9


.5


41
24
13

17
14
17

8.5
8.3
11

13
18
4.8

9.4
16


18
9.5

10
19
15


15


40
34
22

27
26
39

26
23
22

24
19
22

32
30


26
24

26
40
31


25


1,5
4.0
6. 0

5.0
5.0
7,5

5.0
1.0
4.0

3. 0
2,0
1.5

4.0
4.5


104
70
25

36
30
36

20
22
26

28
40
19

21
36

28
30
20

24
36
32

28
28


0.6
1. 1
.3

.2
.0
.0

.1
.5
.2

.4
.1
.0

.2
.3


.8
.4

.0
.2
.0


.1


33
31

34
48
43


32


426
311
133

180
152
191

121
116
139

158
178
111

130
182

130
155
109

127
208
162

134
.123


7.01 45


r.. -L -- --


-












Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


.St. Johns
River at
crest gage
4 near Bona
venture



0. St. Johns
River be-
tween cresi
gages 4 anc
5 near Bone
venture

11. St. Johns
River at
crest gage
5 near Bone
venture

13. WolfCreel
near Deer
Park


9-16-53
5-10-55
11-15-55

6-18-56
3-27-57
6- 4-57

5-18-54







9-16-53





1-27-56
3-14-56
7-18-56

8-30-56
10-11-56
1- 9-57

2-20-57
4- 4-57
5-14-57

6-26-57
a- R-r7


12.7
.1
.7

21.0
64.3
1. 1

.5
52.9
33.7

3.5
R7. '


0.15
.07
.00

.03
.00
.07

.16







.26







.00


19
14
10

44
53
15

10


2.6
2.7
2.0

7.3
12
2.8

2.9


8.3 I 1.8


19
16
9.

62
77
18

16


7.2







11


8.5
1.0
1.2

19
43
7.0

5.0


-- 0.0
.3
.0


22
23
12

96
114
22


90.6 6. 61 170


311
317
199

183
79.
370


165
110

158
110


LILUS ~


I 1 I 1 I I I I -- I I I


I








Table 11. (Continued)

((1) (2) (3) (4 ) 5) (6) (7) (0) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


2, (continued










13. St. Johns
River at
crest gage
6 near Bona
venture

14. Lake
Winder
near Bona-
venture


.St. Johns
River at
Lake Winde
near Bona-
venture


9.19.57

10.29-57
12. 4.57
1.23.58

3.20.58
5.15.58
7.10-58
9. 3-58

9-16-53
5.18.54




5-19-53
10-21.54
5.10-55
11-15-55

6-18-56
2-27-57
6- 4-57

5-19-53
5-18-54
5-10-55


,7
2. 3
23.9

41.7
2,6
1,4


0.14
.08





.13
.05
.03

.04
.06
.08


.07


13
17





11
20
14

93
29
17

22
19


6.0
6.0





4.0
7.5
6.2

47
12
6.0

11
10


,..L.., --- I







Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
6. St. Johns 9-16-53 0.29 8.3 1.5 8.2 21 4.5 16 0.2 49 27 10 95.1 6.5 Z00
River at 5-18-54 .13 12 3.2 19 26 7.0 39 .7 94 43 22 196 6.6 80
crest gage 7 5-10-55 3.7 .05 14 3.2 23 30 8.5 46 .1 114 48 24 245 6.6 90
near
Rockledge 11-15-55 5.1 .02 13 1.6 13 28 3.2 29 .0 79 39 16 147 6.9 120
6-18-56 2.7 .04 92 11 159 84 69 340 .0 715 274 206 1,340 7.4 45
2-27-57 .7 .00 59 20 105 60 87 225 0.3 .4 527 230 180 1,000 7.2 75
6- 4-57 2.9 .06 24 5.8 35 42 18 75 .2 .0 182 84 50 358 7.0 90

17. Lake
Poinsett1

18. St. Johns 12-18-52 12 3.2 20 28 7.0 40 .2 9'6 43 20 174 7.2 --
River ear 5-19-53 26 2.7 39 32 15 84 .0 183 76 50 347 7.3 55
Cocoa 5-18-54 .07 20 6.6 47 30 18 96 .5 203 77 52 425 6.7 75
5-11-55 6.0 .03 23 7.4 48 39 21 98 .3 223 88 56 439 6.7 65

1953
Oct. 1-10 9,149 4.8 .17 9.2 2.1 12 0.6 23 7.2 21 .1 .1 105 32 13 128 6.7 160
Oct. 11-20 9,903 4.1 .15 8.6 2.3 12 .6 21 6.8 22 .1 .2 106 31 14 127 6.6 140

Oct. 21-31 7,686 4.2 .15 8.6 2.2 12 .6 23 6.2 22 .1 .1 103 30 12 127 6.8 140
Nov. 1-1C 5,279 4.9 .20 8.8 3.4 13 .4 25 3.0 26 .1 .2 117 36 15 138 7.1 150
Nov. 112 3,662 10 .19 8.8 2.8 13 .4 30 2.5 23 .2 .2 121 33 9 134 7.1 150
Nov.21-3( 3,550 6.6 .17 8.4 2.6 13 .4 27 2.5 24 .1 .1 115 32 10 132 7.0 150

Dec. 1-1( 3,262 5.2 .18 9.2 3.1 14 .5 25 8.5 27 .1 .3 121 36 15 151 6.8 110
Dec.11.2C 2,623 9.5 .17 10 2.7 16 .7 29 7.8 29 .1 .3 125 36 12 157 7.2 110
Dec.21-31 2,205 11 .17 9.7 2.4 15 .6 31 6.5 26 .1 .1 117 34 9 151 7.1 110

1954
an. 1-10 1,831 15 .11 9.7 3.0 15 .4 26 5.0 29 .1 .2 116 37 15 161 7.1 100
Jan. 11.20 1,546 4.5 .12 10 3.4 17 .5 25 6.0 33 .1 .3 123 39 18 173 6.9 100
Jan. 2131 1,276 3.3 .09 9.9 2.9 17 .4 23 5.2 34 .1 .2 121 37 18 170 6.9 100







Table 11, (Continued)


( .(3) (4) ( ) (6) (7) ( ) (9) (1o) (11) (2) ( 3) (14) (1) 6) (17) (i1 ) (i1 )


S8, (continued


Feb. 1-10
Feb. 11 .2
Feb,21.28

Mar. 1.10
Mar, 11.2C
Mar.21.31

Apr. 1.10
Apr.11-20
Apr.21-30

May 1,2,
7-10
May 12-18
20
May 21.24
27, 28,
30.31

une 1.8
une 11-20
Tune 21- 3

uly 1-10
uly 11-19
uly 22-31

Aug, 1-10
Aug. 11-20
lug, 21-31


1,040
809
665

526
1,421
309

241
213
193


170

148


153

785
1,323
2,356

2,119
2,462
2,233

2,051
1,850
1,584


0. 10
. 12
,25

.13
,12
.12

.09
.09
.08


7.0 15

4.2 .49


5.5 .30

3.7 .20
7.2 .21
6.7 .23

5.2 .30
5.4 .19
4.7 .19

11 .22
9.8 .21
16 .19


9, 7
12
13

15
16
17

18
18
18


2. 6
2.6
4,1

3,7
4,6
4.2

5 4
5.9
6,0


7. 1

7.0


7.8

8,3
4,6
4.6

3. 7
2.8
3.3

3.2
3.3
3.2


22
29
21

26
27
28

31
32
32


4. 2
6.2
9.8

10
13
14

16
16
16


20

19


36

42
17
17

9.0
9.2
8.2

8.2
7.8
7.8


107

97


87

90
51
46

39
34
34

34
31
36


121
152
179

192
232
232

258
257
251


346 84

329 81


335

350
202
183

157
136
137

144
139
154


87

94
64
59

50
44
44

46
44
46


162
208
248

273
323
326

360
364
370


50 462

47 430


60

68
39
34

26
21
21

17
18
14


L


L--- L I ~


.~.-I .,-L.


t






Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2)

18. (continued) Sept. 1-5,
7, 9
Sept,11-15
17, 19
Sept. 21,
23,25,27,
29

ime-weighte<
average


Oct. 1-10
Oct. 11-20
Oct. 21-31

Nov. 1-10
Nov. 11-20
Nov. 21-30

Dec. 1-10
Dec. 11-20
Dec.21-31

1955
Jan. 1-10
Jan. 11-20
Jan.21-31

Feb. 1-10
Feb. 11-20
Feb.21-28

Mar. 1-10
Mar. 11-20


1,523 14 0.04

1,411 6.1 .02


1,633


4.7 .04


2,181 6.4 .16 14 4.0 24 ,8 29 11 47 .1 .2 177 50 26 235 7.1 125


2,134
2,941
2,399

1,952
1,970
1,863

1,590
1,410
1,213


1,057
885
852

788
759
748

609
755


6.2
5.2
5. 4

4.4
3.4
3.2

15
13
3.7


3.4
1.8
1.7

3.6
4.0
11

7.8
7.2


19
.12
.11

.12
.11
.12

.29
.13
.13


.28
.00
.22

.48
.09
.07

.03
.07


S (3) (4) (5) (6)


(8) (9)


13

13


14


22 0.6

24 .6


3. 8

4.8


3.7


36

29


25


(12)1 (13)


0.1 0.2

.1 .1


(18) (19)


155

169


169


48

52


50


19

28


30


210

236


235


* 5. 6
4.3
3.9

3.3
3, 1
3.8

3. 5
3.4
3.8


4.3
3.9
5.1

5.7
4.9
5. 1

5.5
4.9


29
26
26

27
25
26

21
24
23


21
24
24

20
27
28

30
30


12
12
8.2

8.2
6.5
7.2

7.5
6.8
8.0


7.8
8.2
9.0

12
15
14

13
11


.1
.2
. 1

. 1
.0
.1

.3
.2
.3


.1
.1
.1

.1
.2
.1

.7
-3


211
192
154

154
130
140

165
154
147


164
161
187

250
204
216

241
213


33
29
36

52
40
40

43
An


6.7 100
7.0 100
6.9 100

6.7 90
7.0 80
7.1 75

6.7 90
i n an


I I I I I I 1 I I I


J I I ...1 I --


I I I I


S- 3


1


IJ v w


. V


I


U, .


eU '


I


I


(14) (15) (16)








rable I 1, (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (1H) (19)


8, (Continued)
















N












rime-weighted


Mar. 21-3

Apr. I-IC
Apr. 11-2(
Apr.21-3(

May 1-10
May 11,
13-20
May 21.31

June 1-10
June 11 .2
June 21-30

July 1-10
July 11-20
July 21-31

Aug. 1-10
Aug. 11-20
Aug. 21,
23-31

Sept. 1-10
Sept. 11-2C
5ept. 21 -3


343

308
260
228

196
179

166

145
130
180

380
710
925

1,112
1,160

1,354

1,479
1,758
2,091


8,6

3, 7
3,0
4.7

2. 6

4, 1
2. 4

2.5
4.3
2.3

4.2
6.0
5.4

8.6
7.7

7. 5

6.0
8. 3
8.8


.06
.06
.06

.06

,04
.05

.01
.01
.01

.10
.08
.13

.15
.20

.16

.11
.12
.11


4,9

5,5
6,3
6.6

6,7

7,3
8.8

9.3
9.9
9.4

7.7
8.0
5.9

4.2
3. 8

4.4

4. 8
5.1
5.5


0.7

.5
.7
.7

.8

.9
1. 1

1.6
1.6
1.4

1.2
1.3
1.2

1.1
.9

.9

. 5
.6
.4


29

29
32
35

32

34
36

38
39
38

29
37
35

38
37

37

36
38
38


1 1
II

12
15
16

17

20
20

26
27
29

36
34
24

13
10

12

12
13
12


208

219
263
288

296

319
349

413
436
418

348
309
249

201
182

201

182
199
182


313

326
386
423

446

488
531

586
603
584

497
478
367

276
240

267

248
274
254


average 1,022 5.5 .12 18 5.5 35 .7 31 15 73 .1 .3 232 67 42 328 6.9 106
__ ILI


)ct.' 1-10
)ct. 11-20
ct. 21-31


2,166
2,197
1,902


9.3 .10
7,9 .13
6.5 .10


2.9
2.9
2.9


.6
.6
.6


9.2
10
8. 8


. 1 .0 191
.1 .0 187
. 1 .0 181


10

75
HO
70

HO

65
60

50
50
55

140
140
160

180
190

180

150
150
140


252 6.8 160
253 6.9 140
236 6.91140-


I i i IJ~--~---~,--r_







Table 11. (Continued)
I ---- l ---- i--


(1) (2) (3)
8. (continued) Nov. 1-11 1,626
Nov. 11-2 1,373
Nov.21-30 1,050

Dec. 1-10 771
Dec. 11-2 564
Dec.21-31 401

1956
Jan. 1-10 320
Jan. 11-20 265
Jan.21-31 287

Feb. 1-10 291
Feb. 11-20 251
S. Feb. 21-29 216

Mar. 1-1 187
Mar. 11-2 162
Mar.21-31 142

Apr. 1-10 120
Apr. 11-20 110
Apr. 21-30 98

May 1-10 87
May 11-20 78
May 21-31 56

Tune 1-10 47
June 11-2( 41
une 21-3C 58


(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17)


(4) (5)
5.0 0.10
5.2 .14
5.9 .10

7.0 .08
6.2 .10
6.3 .07


4.5 .08
5.2 .07
5.8 .06

3.6 .06
2.2 .06
2.4 .13

1.4 .03
1.3 .07
1.4 .03

.5 .00
.5 .00
.5 .03

3.6 .00
3.6 .02
4.1 .06

5.3 .02
3. 5 .13
3.5 .01


4.0
5.0
6.0

9.8
8.9
11

12
13
14

16
17
17

14
14
16

26
28
24


0.4
.4
.6

.5
. 5
.6


.8
.9
1.1

1.6
1.8
2. 1

2.2
2.3
2.4

3.2
3.2
3.4

3.1
3.2
3. 5

3.8
5.0
5.0


30
30
32

35
35
36


35
38
39

38
40
42

42
48
54

60
60
60

64
67
74

75
81
78


7. 8
7. 8
8. 8

12
15
17


18
20
25

33
40
40

40
44
47

54
56
58

62
65
74

77
79
79


92
104
116

139
150
155

160
178
198

231
242
258

272
285
330

362
403
395


0,0
.0
.0

. 3
.4


15
16
18

22
24
26


184
184
198

200
229


53
53
56

67
73


.1 .4


.1 .3
.1 .3
.1 .3

.1 .4
.1 .6
.1 .6

.1 1.1
.1 .6
.1 .6

.1 .4
.1 .7
.1 .4

.2 .6
.2 .4
.2 .7

.2 .9
.2 .0
.1 .0


28
28
30

38
44
49


267 79


270 84
297 93
324 102

378 120
414 134
412 138

428 142
491 156
525 168

575 188
637 195
684 204

709 217
745 230
845 260

901 282
983 294
951 278


(18) (19)
7.0 140
6.9 140
7.0 140

6.9 110
6.8 100
6.7 90


6.8 90
6.9 90
6.8 85

7.0 75
7.0 65
7.1 65

7.2 60
7.3 60
7.3 60

7.4 60
7.5 55
7.4 65

7.3 55
7.2 50
7.3 45

7.4 45
7. 1 90
7.1 55


I


I I I I I I


55 397
62 449
70 498

90 588
101 637
103 655

108 677
116 752
123 823

140 962
146 982
156 1,040

164 1,100
174 1,160
200 1,320

220 1,430
225 1570
214 1,530


ill


I


I I


I







Table 11 ICnntinuadl


______" 1 t,-r---


(1)
8, (continued)















ime-weighted
N
00'


(2) (3)


0,00
.03
,08

.09
.10
,10

.09
.26
.20

.09


1uly 1.10
July 11-20
July 21.31

Aug. 1-10
Aug, 11-20
Aug. 21.31

Sept, 1-10
Sept. 11-13
Sept. 14-20
Sept. 21-25
27-30
Jept. 26


105
132
116

104
103
124

154
220
232

300
283


------~ -- -- --1


(9) 1 (10)


' '


150 5,0
170 5.0
165 6.0

160 6, 0
150 6.0
130 5,0

155 6.0
24 1,0
65 1.7

111 2.9
44 1.0


average 451 4.7 .07 45 13 95 2,7 51 48 203 .1 .3 544 166 124 831 .. 90


ct. 1, 3-7,
9-1Z 947
3ct. 2,8 894
D3t. 1314 1,260
)ct. 15-17
21.31 6,644
a3t,18-20 6,720
qov. 1-10 5,576
4ov,11-20 3,503
Nov.21-30 2,413

Dec. 1-10 1,950
Dec.11-20 1,716
Dec.21-31 1,512


3. 3
3. 7
5. 7

4. 8
6. 2
3.4
2. 3
2. 0

1. 1
1. 1
1.4


.08



.13
.19
.14
.17
.17

.14
.13
.16


15
8. 3
13

5, 5
9.2
3. 8
3.2
3.6

2.9
3,4
3.0


96 2.9
51 1.4
78 2. 3

31 1.8
58 2. 3
'23 1.7
18 1.5
18 1.4

19 1.5
19 1.4
21 1.4


61



20
43
14
9.2
8. 2

5.2
5. 8
7.0


- ~ ............. L .... L .1 I


203
104
166

68
122
48
37
38

35
37
43


.0
.0
.0

.0
.0
.0
.0
.0

10
,1
. 1


576



225

175
135
145

146
147
174


179
99
166

70
118
53
43
45

42
44
45


132
70
134

44
84
30
20
20

20
21
24


865
472
736

317
554
240
184
189

183
184
207


(18)1(19)


(4) (5) (6) (7) (8)


(11) (l) (13) 1 (14) (15) (16) (17)


load ('19)


"-~


--


I I


4, 9
9,0
5, 3

3, 3
4.6
5, 7

9.2
6.6
7.7

5, 5
5,2


0,0
.0
.0

.0
.0
.0

.0
.2
. 0

.0
,0


68
73
71

69
65
57

66
13
32

53
24


26
26
26

23
23
20

24
3. 3
9.7

18
6.6


873
998
953

900
846
751

860
170
409

655


276
289
284

266
256
224

263
46
120

206
87


228
224
220

206
198
174

208
26
85

156
58


1,360
1,480
1,440

1,390
1,310
1,150

1,360
217
586

991
420






Table 11. (Continued)

S(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
8. (continued) 1957
Jan. 1-10 1,259 1.3 0.11 14 3.9 26 0.6 27 8.2 49 0.2 0.1 180 51 29 236 7.3 160
Jan.11-20 1,005 1.1 .08 16 4.9 30 .6 32 10 58 .1 .2 213 60 34 280 7.4 160
Jan. 21-31 913 1.1 .12 19 4.7 38 .6 30 14 72 .1 .1 233 67 42 333 7.4 130

Feb. 1-1i 741 1.9 .07 22 6.6 44 1.3 34 21 92 .2 .2 300 82 54 404 7.4 130
Feb. 11-2 542 2.7 .10 22 7.5 44 1.3 34 23 95 .2 .2 313 86 58 422 7.4 130
Feb. 21-21 538 2.1 .09 25 7.7 48 1.4 34 26 105 .1 .2 344 94 66 470 7.4 130

Mar, 1-1 564 1.5 .07 26 10 56 .5 36 30 121 .1 .5 365 106 76 534 7.3 110
Mar.11-2l 485 1.4 .05 34 10 68 1.8 40 41 145 .2 .2 436 126 93 634 7.3 100
Mar,21-31 581 1.0 .07 34 11 66 1.8 42 42 143 .2 .2 '437 130 96 639 7.4 120

Apr. 1-1( 676 1.3 .04 36 11 68 1.7 42 44 148 .2 .3 463 135 100 657 7.3 90
Apr. 11-2( 624 3,0 .05 34 10 60 1.5 42 27 133 .2 .2 402 126 92 600 7.3 110
Apr.21-3( 500 1.2 .09 31 7.4 51 1.1 42 41 110 .2 .2 354 108 74 503 7.3 110

May 1-10 457 3.9 .05 31 9.1 60 1.8 40 36 121 ,3 .1 372 115 82 540 6.9 90
May Il-2( 663 .2 .04 32 9.0 63 1.6 41 40 129 .3 .1 411 117 84 411 7.0 80
May 21-31 754 1.5 .04 34 9.0 64 1.6 38 44 132 .3 .2 406 122 91 586 7.0 90

June .1-1 711 1.3 .04 37 9.4 65 1.6 38 47 135 .2 .2 428 131 100 603 7.0 80
June 11, 12
14,16-20 727 1.4 .04 33 6.7 56 1.2 42 32 116 .3 .1 352 110 76 516 6.9 90
June 21-30 657 1.4 .04 31 8.1 56 1.3 43 32 117 .3 .1 347 111 76 523 7.0 95

July 1-10 754 1.6 .05 26 8.5 47 1.0 44 23 102 .1 .1 -- 100 64 444 6.4 50
Julyll-20 942 3.1 .05 27 7.9 52 1.2 39 28 106 .3 .3 333 100 68 464 6.9 100
July 21-31 924 3,2 .06 28 7.1 52 1.2 39 30 104 .3 .3 322 99 67 460 7.0 100

Aug. 1-1 1,153 2.8 .05 28 6.6 45 1,0 40 26 96 .2 .0 318 97 64 430 7.3 80
Aug.11-20 1,242 4.2 .05 27 5.0 40 .9 40 23 85 .2 .0 289 88 55 388 7.0 90
Aug.21-31 1,738 3.9 .05 22 6.6 37 .8 35 18 77 .2 .0 266 82 54 349 7.2 90









Table I1, (Continued)

(1) E (2) (3) (4) (S) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (IS) (16) (17) (18)1 (19)


8, (continued)




ime-weightec












C)


Sept, ll10
Sept. 11-2
Sept.21 -3C


2,192 4,8 0,07
2,701 5,9 .09
2,947 7,0 ,09


5,0 36
6.0 39
5,0 32


0. 8 35 18
.9 36 18
1.0 40 15


0.0
.0
.2


253
284
230


344
362
312


[average 1,559 2.5 ,08 25 7,0 46 1,3 37 25 95 .2 .1 304 92 62 425 -- 125


Oct. 1-10
Oct. 11.20
Oct. 21-31

Nov.11-21
Nov.21-3C

Dec.1-8,
10
Dec. 11-17
19,20
Dec. 21-31

1958
Jan. 1-10
Jan. 11-20
Jan.21-31

Feb. 1-10
Feb. 11-19
Feb. 20-28

Mar. 1-1(
Mar. 11-1
19,20
Mar.21,22
24-31


3,364
2,634
2,041

1,418
1,197


983

776
721


6.8
6. 1
5.5

4.6
4.2


3,9

3. 7
5. 1


969 4.2
1,343 2.8
1,732 2.0

1,979 1.5
1,816 1.6
1,651 .9

1,705 1.,0

1,715 1. 3

1,752 2.0


.08
.09
.09

.09
.07


.02

.01
.01


.00
.02
.02

.03
.04
.02

.02

.03

.02


18

18
20


26
30
25

22
20
18

18

20

19


4,9
4.3
4.3

4.7
3.9


3.9

5. 1
7. 3


7.5
9.0
6.7

6. 1
6.8
4.6

5. 1

4.9

4.5


.8

1.0
1.3


2.0
3.3
3.5

3. 3
2.8
2.4

2.3

2.2

1.5


39
39
39

37
35


36

34
35


38
41
36

33
31
28

32

32

33


15
13
12

10
9.0


10

11
14


23
32
25

21
19
16

16

16

14


64

71
84


108
122
96

84
79
69

71

72

65


.2
.2
.3

.2
.1


.2

.1
.2


.2
.2
.2

,2
.2
.2

.2

.2

.2
.2


. 1
.2
.1

.2
.2


.0

.7
.2


. 1
. 1
.1

.2
.0
.1

.2

. 1

.2


218
200
208

197
212


209

226
254


322
357
290

258
243
220

220

251

217


70
65
65

62
61


61

66
80


96
112
90

89
78
64

66

70

66


38
33
33

32
30


32

38
52


65
78
60

53
52
41

40

44

39


304
282
293

265
283


296

322
361


473
546
442

390
360
320

332

340

313


7.2 110
7,2 120
7.2 120

7.3 140
6.7 100


6.7 100

6.7 85
6.7 90


7.0 95
6.8 85
6.9 90

6.8 80
6.9 95
7.2 100

6.8 90

6.9 85

6. l 9;


I
I
1 24
I


217 3 .1


I


I


I


I


..





Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2)
8.(continued) Apr. 1-10
Apr. 11-2(
Apr.21-21
30

May 1-10
May 11-2
May 20-31

June 1-8,
10
June 11-21
June 22-3(

July 1-10
July 11-20
July 21-31

Aug. 1-10
Aug. 11-20
Aug. 22-31

Sept. 1-1C
Sept. 11-2
Sept. 21-3(


1ime-weighted

19. St, Johns
River at crer
gage 8 near
Deleepine


S1,679 1.1
1,734 1.7

1,490 1.4

1,259 2.5
1,097 1.9
937 1.9


762 1.7
578 1.9
453 1.4

424 1. 3
315 6.0
285 4.5

299 2.8
.278 1.9
368 3. 5

427 2.9
577 3.9
618 3.9


0.04
.04

..03

,05
.03
.03


.02
.03
.02

.02
.03
.02

.01
.04
.03

.02
.04
.03


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) 1(15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


19
22

21

22
20
22


24
27
29

30
35
34

42
42
43

38
31
40


4.5
3.2

2.8

3.2
3.2
3.2


3.4
4.5
3.8

12
11
19

8.0
11
11

9.5-
7.4
9.0


0.8
.7

.5

.4
.2
.2


.8
.5
.5

.7
1.0
1.3

1. 7
2. 1
2.2

2.1
1.7
2.2


32
32

32

35
34
36


38
40
42

43
59
66

56
46
56

53
38
51


14
12

12

11
10
11


74
88
100

115
131
149

160
179
175

145
116
152


.1
.2
.1

.1
.3
.3

.2
.3
.2

.2
.2
.3


0.0
.0

.0

.0
.0
.0


.0
.0
.0

.0
.0
.2

.5
1.0
.8

.1
.2
.1


228
225

225

223
216
234


247
279
317

361
400
450

472
514
496

439
355
464


74
86
88

100
132
163

138
150
152

134
108
137


43
53
54

65
84
109

92
112
106

90
77
95


313
309

303

300
292
313


340
395
446

502
562
629

685
771
751

649
526
680


100
100

100

100
100
95


100
90
90

85
70
60

50

50

60
90
60


average 1,178 3.0 .03 25 6.4 45 1.4 40 I21 94 .2 .2 293 89 57 420 7.1 89


9-18-53
5-18-54


.24 10
.09 I 22


22
32


8.5
22


31
116


.3
.2


a 80 36
a242 88


18 158
62 908


140
80


,I, r I I I ~1 I I I I I I I r










Table I1, (Contin )


(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
14 536 14 11 110-


10, St. Johns
River near
Christmas


9.25.52
12.18-52

3.27-53
5-19-53
6-23-53
10- 6-53
5-18-54
10- 2-54
11- 8-54
12-23-54

1-31-55
3-14-55
4-26-55

5-11-55
6- 6-55
7-18-55
8-29-55

10-10-55
11-14-55
12-19-55

1-31-56
3-13-56
4-24-56

6- 5-56
7-18-56
8-29-56


702
1,700

726
364
202
10,000
145
2,020
2,020
1,420

934
552
277

202
144
692
1,210

2,160,
1,370
566

393
186
75

33
98
161


1,7
.,9

4.2

S7


3.2
4. 1
1.7

1.0
4,0
.9

3.3
4.1
2.6
4.3

7.2
3.1
2.9

1.3
1.0
.6

.2
2.1
4.9


0, 16
.22

.20

.07

.17
.06
.16
.05

.09
.01
.05

.04
.01
.11
.09

.07
.09
.08

.06
.01
.04

.02
.01
.06


33
13

37

27
7.5
29
17
14
15

23
21
23

26
30
29
23

18
18
25

40
42
62

98
92
70


14
2.7

19

9.9
2. 3
14
7.7
4. 1
6,7

11
7.7
9.9

9.8
11
10
9.4

8.3
5.9
10

18
15
21

16
38
28


120 4. 1
23 .6

150 3. 1

78 1.5
11
102
55
33
46

89
55
64

67
93
77
74

49
44
65

125
90
155

201
294
199


26
22

26

33
21
35
21
26
21

24
34
32

36
35
40
34

32
31
35

39
45
62

76
60
44


96
2.0

74

33
6.0
44
21
12
17

35
21
25

27
38
37
35

3.2
13
26

59
33
73

89
185
143


202
52

282
138
150
20
196
110
64
92

169
109
131

137
180
148
136

110
89
134

250
206
320

420
555
380


0, 2
.1

.6

.5
.3
.8
.0
.1
.2

.5
.0
1. 1

.3
.0
.1
.0

.1
.1
.1

.1
.3
.5

.3
.8
1.0


536
189

b739

b481
57
403
224
144
189

341
235
271

288
373
324
299

212
188
280

512
409
663

862
1,200
848


140
44

170

108
28
130
74
52
65

102
84
98

106
120
114
96

79
69
104

174
166
241

310
386
290


119
26

149

81
11
102
57
31
48

83
56
72

76
92
80
68

53
44
75

142
130
190

248
337
254


856
230

1,120
531
637
110
818
458
274
388

662
459
559

551
734
651
580

406
383
566

1,030
860
1,260

1,640
2,150
1,580


110
120

110

80
200
90
140
140
100

80
90
65

90
55
180
180

160
130
120

80
65
55

45
45
130

I


I I I I I I 1 1
I a


- -----*


. .


_____ .._ __ -





Table 11. (Continued)

(1) LI)
20. (continued 10- 9-56 2,170
11-20.56 4,030
1- 9-57 1,340

Z -20-57 448
4- 4.57 996
.514.57 675

6-25.57 715
8- 6-47 1,010
9-19-57 3,480

10-30-57 1,740
12-10-57 1,000

1-23-58 1,700
3-18-58 2,330
5-13-58 1,090
7- 8-58 382

21. St. Johns 9-14-53
at crestgage 5-17-54
9 (at Kyser 10-20-54
Ranch near 5-11-55
Nims
11-15-55
6-18-56
2-27-57
6- 5-57

22. Salt Lake 12-18-52
at Highway 10- 6-53
46 near Mirn 5-17-54
10-20-54
5-11-55


(4) (5) (6)

4.8 0.14 26
4,0 .11 14
3.4 .09 18

1,2 .06 27
6,4 .04 51
1.2 .02 40 1

2.0 .03 35
2.2 .05 30
5.8 .07 22

5.4 .07 19
3 5 .04 24

.8 .02 34 1
.5 .10 24 1
2.3 .04 23
2.5 .03 40

17
.05 116 6
4,9 .14 24 1
7,0 .01 66 3

2.6 .00 32 1
8.0 .05 344 17
1.9 .00 56 2
2.1 .04 54 3

52 2
13
.69 198 18
6.8 1.9 25 1
7.0 .04 227. Z


(7)

12
2.2
4.6

8.4
17
16

9.4
9. 5
6.1

7.4
8.3

2
1
3. 8
9.7

9.6
9
7
6

7
5
9
1

6
2.6
1
1
s


86
18
29

62
166
111

80
72
58

42
38

89
49
40
79

77
443
137
276

150
1,250
208
229

237
11
1,430
96
1 .01


(9)


28
28
28

36
38
42

44
40
40

40
36

38
34
34
39

44
66
34
54

44
152
34
40

56
42
76
52
1 20


47
8.0
13

31
100
65

37
33
20

14
16

46
23
16
48

21
260
44
136

48
870
127
122

84
5.5
450
25
590


(11)


163
37
64

123
328
216

160
144
108

86
93

176
113
82
163

135
859
250
515

276
2320
390
425

438
19
2,710
175
3.490


0. 7
.0
.0

.3
.9
.5

.3
.1





,0
1

.3
.3

.0
.1
.1



1. 3
.6




.0
2. 1
. 3
.0

.9
.2
1.
.8
2. 1


354
97
146

271
698
471

346
311
240

194
201

377
238
184
361

282
1,780
495
1,060

548
5,040
829
883

866
72
5,010
368
K.r;2n


114
44
64

102
238
166

126
114
80

78
94

134
105
73
140

82
573
130
312

150
,580
260
262

237
43
1,240
108
I.A4n


92
21
41

72
207
132

90
81
47

45
64

104
77
45
108

46
519
102
268

114
1450
230
229

191
9
L,180
65
1.'m I


"


-~--~


r


(12) (13) (14) (IS) (16)


- ---- --- ----=------- -- -------


-- ,--- -


.


.


.


(17) (1N) (19)

693 6.7 220
190 6.8 85
302 6.6 90

543 7.1 110
1, 320 7.0 70
907 7. 3 95

677 7.2 90
609 7.0 90
458 7.1 150

385 6,9 90
401 7.1 100

757 7.2 60
478 7.5 100
373 7.3 85
704 6.7 60

579 6.7
3,450 6.9 80
942 6.7 120
2,100 6.6 60

1,040 7.3 120
8,220 7.3 45
1,560 6.91 75
1,660 6.9 70

1,610 7.2 -
142 6.6 --
9,060 6.9:100
712 6.9 500
11,JO A l inn












(I)

22, (continued)




23. Loughmrn's
Lakt, near
Mi ni






14. St. Johns
River below
Snit Lake and
Loughman's
Lakt, near
Mimis

15. Econlock-
hatcher
River near
Chuluota


11.15.55
6.18-56
2.27-57
6- 5-57

5.17-54
10-20-54
5.11-55
11-15-55

6.18.56
2-27-57
6- 5-57

5-19-53






5-20-53
10. 6-53
5-17-54

9-27-54
11- 8-54
12-20-54

1-31-55
3-14-55
4-26-55

6- 6-55


40
1,750
23

185
47
105

102
33
23

20


I I


4, 3
H
6, 7
3. 4


2. 7

2, 8

6,5
1.2
1.0













12
6.9
12

6.0
8.5
6.3

5.6


0., 13
.06
,57
,33

.07
.35
.42
.00

.07
.02
.02











.60

.18
.30
.24

.21
. 11
.07

.04


32
5.4
31

15
21
15

15
28
30

30


7.8
1.3
14

6.0
8.2
5.5

4.8
11
13

11


(6) 17)

59 45
537 425
224 144
196 158

234 191
48 37
298 229
115 101

1,270 941
160 122
188 119


440
3, 890
1,270
1, 310

1, 510
374
2, 190
894

8,300
966
874









87
5.9
91

22
61
29

30
73
83

85


800
7,200
2,100
2,300

2,750
670
3,900
1,630

15,400
1,775
1,550

245


L L I I-- _________I


110
1,180
945
745

695
100
780
249

3,050
430
625









34
4.
40

14
28
16

14
34
38

41


(15) (16)


0,0
10
.6
.6

2. 1
1.3
1.4
.0

34
.9
1.3









4.3
3
7.8

3.0
4.8
5.8

2.6
9.0
8.2

1.7


1,490
13,300
4,690
4,710

5,420
1,250
7,500
3,050

29,100
3,490
3,370









345
35
378

135
258
154

145
322
358

352


332
3, 120
1., I 50
1, 180

1,370
272
1,680
702

7,040
900
958









112
19
135

62
86
60

57
115
128

120


286
2.960
1,150
1,180

1,310
238
1,540
614

6,840
852
937









54
9
71

37
47
37

34
64
64

56


(1 1) (1 2) (13)


2,760
0, 500
7,650
7,910

9,410
2,380
12,400
5,410

39,200
6,050
5,640

863






604
71. 1
764

265
477
295

292
620
703

677


----~ .. r


iI I I


I


Table I,. (Continuted)




Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (J) (s)
5:(continued) 7-18-55 137
8-29-55 220

10-10-55 368
11-14-55 187
12-19-55 55

2- 1-56 99
3-13-56 25
4-24-56 18

6- 5-56 19
7-16-56 39
8-29-56 177

10-10-56 601
11-29-56 74

1- 9-57 38
2-19-57 28
4- 2-57 326

5-14-57 108
6-25-57 199
8- 7-57 358

9-19-57 1,960
10-30-57 77
12-10-57 52

1-24-58 336
3-17-58 596
5-13-58 157
7-8-58 536


(4) (5) 6)
6.9 0.23 13 3.3
6.1 .19 11 1.8

7.6 .18 8.7 5.7
6.3 .15 11 3.8
8.0 .12 21 8.7

7.3 .09 15 6.0
7.2 .05 34 14
7.5 .05 42 14

5.6 .04 51 4.6
8.9 .09 28 9.7
8.8 .20 16 4.1

5.4 .15 6.0 2.7
9.3 .12 20 6.8

11 .08 30 10
8.7 .04 34 12
6.9 .11 8.0 2.4

8.0 .07 24 7.3
6.2 .12 10 4.6
6.1 .12 14 5.1

4.6 .11 3.6 1.0
7.2 .10 18 6.6
12 .01 25 8.6

6.1 .06 11 3.0
1.7 .00 6.4 2.4
2.0 .04 12 2.2
4.7 .06 5.6 1.7


IH)
24
14

13
18
44

28
90
112

110
64
29

5.3
46

71
86
15

60
15
30

5. 3
45
59

24
.7
22
7,1


(9)
28
23

18
20
50

32
83
112

108
62
30

14
38

68
76
18

54
23
27

10
36
58

22
13
26
16


(10)o
16
10

1.0
12
24

16
46
58

52
33
23

3.5
23

37
44
11

40
12
18

2.0
20
31

14
5.5
12
5.0


(It1)


(t )
28
23

18


(12) (13) (14) (15) (16)


40
26

41
37
82

56
152
179

167
115
50

16
84

119
142
25

91
31
57

10
82
99

42
8.0
38
13


1.4
.5

.2
1.0
3.4

1.6
9.9
.7

9.6
1.4
.1

.1
5.5

9.4
14
1. 1

4.6
1.6
.9

.3
4.5
9.5

1.8
.0
.2
.1


119
81

86
99
216

146
394
468

,453
291
146

46
214

320
378
79

263
92
144

32
202
273

113
31
101
45


46
35

45
43
88

62
142
162

146
110
57

26
78

116
134
30

90
44
56

13
72
98

81
26
39
21


23
16

30
27
47

36
74
70

58
59
32

14
47

60
72
15

46
25
34

5

50
42


63
16
18
8


(La,
228
155

157
191
424

293
764
873

805
602
278

90.3
415

619
726
142

486
174
275

55.0
403
523

218
106
204
84.4


,(IH) (19)
.6.5'340
6.5 280

6.4 300
6.5 220
6.9 110

7.1 140
6.9 50
7.3 40

7.4 40
7. 130
6. 5 300

6.4 320
6.9 180

6.7 70
7.6 45
6.5 210

6.8 90
6.7 200
6.8 180

6.5 280
6.8 120
7.2 60

6.6 120
6.4 160
6.6' 130
6.3 200
1


--






'I'ahlul I (Continued)

__(1) (1 (i1 (4) (5) (61 (7) (1) (9) (10) (11) (1) (03) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


26, St, Johns
River above
Lake Harney
near OGneva


la21H.52
5.19.53
10. 6.53

5.17,54

9.27-54
11- 9-54
12-20-54

2- 1.55
3-15-55
4-27-55

6- 7-55
7-19-55
8-30-55

10-11-55
11-15-55
12-20-55

2- 1-56
3-14-56
4-25-56
6- 6-56
10-10-56
11-29-56
1- 9-57

2-19-57
4- 4-57
5-14-57


1,860
2,130
1,670

1,080
677
309

142
870
1,380

2,690
1,820
779

621
278
203


3,7
2,7
30

1,0
8. 8
1,2

3.4
3,4
3. 9

7. 1
3. 1
2.0

1.8
2.0
3.4
3.5
6.1
3.7
5.4

1,3
2.4
1.7


0.22

,09
,17
.09

,11
.08
.04

,02
.09
.08

.09
.12
.11

.05
.00
.05
.09
.12
.12
.10

.06
.05
.05


19

7, 5

61

23
18
20

32
32
39

77
43
30

24
23
34

53
57
106
112
30
18
22

35
53
50


5 9

3,0

41

12
7, 8
9,5

17
17
23

43
21
14

13
12
20

29
32
36
42
15
8.5
9.0

17
28
22


63

17

302

94
69
70

150
135
172

385
181
123

100
94
143

220
199
388
416
119
53 -
67

131
203
192


43
62
104
94
30
31
33

42
36
36


21

8.0

140

38
22
22

58
53
70

199
96
56

14
31
54

104
101
163
172
63
25
30

70
120
112


.7

.1
.2
.4

.3
S5
1.4

.1
.5
.1

.2
.2
,1

1. 3
.3
1.4
.8
.2
.2
.0

1.0
.4
.4


239

76

1,130

361
262
304

550
518
652

1,410
687
466

379
358
549

845
812
1,460
1,570
464
226
276

514
803
741


31

320

107
77
89

150
150
192

369
194
132

114
107
167

251
274
412
452
136
80
92

158
247
216


126
120
159

330
154
104

86
80
131

216
222
328
375
112
54
65

123
218
186


460
1,180
152

2,190

721
513
582

1,040
1,000
1,330

2,590
1,310
905

762
715
1,100

1,730
1,720
2,640
2,880
900
453
550

987
1,510
1,370


__________ 1 1 L....-......I. I _________I........I _______ ____________


7, 3 ..

6.6 300


6.8 180
7.2 150
6,8 110


g ,w

t;


s':








g :,



1; ^ "


R ^". Q




* A. "


Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
26.(continued) 6-25-57 3.6 0.06 41 20 159 42 70 300 0.3 615 184 150 1,160 7.0 110
8- 6-57 3.2 .06 34 21 140 34 6.8 310 5.3 537 172 144 1,190 6.7 90
9-19-57 4.5 .10 18 6.6 59 32 20 108 0.2 .1 232 72 46 453 7.1 280

10-30-57 4,1 .07 23 9.8 74 40 1.9 145 .2 .2 295 98 65 592 6.9 110
12-10-57 3,3 .03 31 10 96 44 34 181 .0 378 118 82 752 7.3 95
1-24-58 1.7 .00 36 19 140 36 68 264 .1 547 168 138 1,080 7.0 80

3-17-58 .8 .07 16 11 66 20 27 131 .0 262 85 68 553 6.7 260
5-13-58 1.9 .05 24 9.2 82 36 34 150 .0 319 98 68 648 6.8 90
7- 8-58 5.9 .28 57 23 201 44 140 "348 .4 798 236 200 1j470 7.4 200

27. Turnbull
Creek near
Oak Hill 5-19-53 19 12 18 93 7.0 37 .1 139 97 21 252 220
10- 6.53 35 250
5- 4-54 3,120 10,200

28. Indian 5-17-53 12,200
River at 10. 6.53 5,230
Titusville 5- 4-54 9,130 26,700

10-20-54 11,700
5-11-55 16,200 40,500
11-15-55 15,400 37,700

6-18-56 20,100 52,700
2-27-57 19,000 5,300
6- 5-57 17,500 16,500

29. Ellis Cana 9-27-54 11.2 9.5 .71 120 27 409 126 199 700 3.1 1,530 410 308 1,840 7.1 160
near Indian 11- 8-54 2.82 12 .32 196 39 310 260 260 595 2.6 1,540 650 436 2,680 7.6 50
River City 12-13-54 2.74 14 .04 197 40 295 236 231 610 3.6 1,510 656 462 2750 7.4 55
_________ ,_____ _____~~~~~~~~~~~ .____ __ ____ __ ___ __________-- ----






Table 11, (Continued)

(1) (2)
9, (continued) 1.31.55
3.15.55
4.25-55

6. 6.55
7.19.55
8.29-55

10-10-55
11-16-55
12-19-55

1.30-56
3-12-56
4.23-56

6- 4-56
7-18-56
8-28.56

10- 8-56
11-19-56
1- 8-57

1- 8-57
2-19-57
4- 8-57

5-15-57
6-26-57
8- 6-57

9-18-57
0-29-57


1 (3) (4) (5)


I


2.68
2,46
I. 97

1,68
2,.78
2,30

2.4
2,2
2. 1

1.9
1.8
1.4

1.2
1.9
1.3

10.8
9.2
3.2

3. 2
2.4
2.6

4.5
2.9
2.0

10.8
4.1


I


10
14
8,

9, 1
8,
8. 2

9. 7
11
9, 7

8.9
8.8
8.7

8, 7
7, 4
.9.4


III


I


I


. I


(16)


I


II\I Ilao


I


I


0,06
,04
7 ,01

3 .02
) .01
.03

.02
.03
.00

,06
.00
.04

.03
.05
.01


316
319
311

290
332
330

336
333
320

318
311
307

270
351
312


233
241
253

270
258
246

242
248
254

248
256
264

270
248
274


273
247
231

210
272
278

265
252
250

245
236
229

200
245
220


637
640
605

545
606
615

658
660
628

635
607
590

550
675
590

,150
650
670

670
700
670

580
600
655

505
715


(1 ) (12) (13)


I I 11 1 .


(1 IIA link I


-r--- --....~._~~.__ __


1,600
1,580
1,510

1,400
1,580
1,590

1,640
1,620
1,570

1,570
1,520
1,490

1,380
1,630
1,490


690
665
626

578
628
642

674
675
660

664
636
620

618
648
608


500
468
419

356
416
440

475
472
452

461
426
404

397
446
384


2,750
2,760
2,670

2,490
2,720
2,740

2,830
2,800
2,740

2,770
2,690
2,570

2,420
2,790
2,560

4,410
2,750
2,910

2,910

2,890

2,670
2,670
2,810


1









i
r


2,910


7.9 45
7.9 45
7.8 45








',Table il', (Continued)


(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (1) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


9. (continued) 12-10-57 2.9 680 2,770
1-24-58 8.9 315 1,620
3-18-58 3.0 600 2,600
5-12-58 2.3 580 2,570

7-10-58 -- 690 2,940
9- 2-58 1.0 735

30. Sykes 2- 3-55 1,150 4,160
Creek near 3-22-55 1,780 5,980
Sharpe 4-28-55 2,400 7,580

6- 8-55 7,500 21,000
7-19-55 2,150 6,930
9- 2-55 1,700 5,610

11-17-55 1,950 6,170
12-19-55 1,950 6,250
1-28-56 1,320 4,620

3-13-56 1,780 5,670
4-25-56 13,700 36,600
6- 4-56 14,600 39,400

7-19-56 9,860 6,300
8-28-56 10,200 27,300
10- 8-56 1,350 4,510

1- 7-57 2,400 7,540
2-21-57 4,300
4- 5-57 1,320 4,580


A







Table l, (Continud)


.b.. 11, ..,I


(I) (2)
I0 (continued) S.15.57
6.27.57
8- 9.57

9.20.57
10.31.57
12. 5.57

1.24.58
3.21.58
5.16.58

7-10-58
9- 4.58

1. Clear 11- 9-54
Lake near 12.14-54
Cocoa 1-31-55

3-18-55
4-28.55
6. 6.55

7-19-55
9- 2-55
10-10.55

11-16.55
12-19-55
1-28-56

3-13-56
4-25-56
6- 4-56


(3) (4) (g) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10 0) (1) ( A) 1(1 3) (14) (15) (16) (I 71i (8) (l9


3. 3
13
5. 9

1.9
2. 4
3. 3

3. 3
4.4
3. 6

1.2
2. 1
.8

4. 1
7.0
5. 1


0.22
. 12
.08

.21
. 11
.15

.08
.08
. 12

.01
.00
.04

.27
.02
.03


19
10
8. 0

8. 2
8. 9
9. 1

9. 8
16
18

22
7. 2
38

65
104
170


11
6. 3
3. 8

5. 2
55
4. 9

5.4
8.8
11

13
5.4
22

39
58
35


85
51
29

36
40
43

47
72
83

95
31
170

292
418
495


24
32
9.0

9.0
9.0
12

15
24
27

30
9.2
52

88
139
162


4,350
1,140
620

925
1,400
2,300

1,060
1,170
1,800

3,350
2,790

165
82
54

72
79
80

88
137
162

188
64
335

578
840
980


320
202
118

139
152
159

174
271
314

361
123
635

1,100
1.610
1,900


13,000
3,900
2,340


4,490
7,560

3,730
4,090
5,870

11,600
8,800

646
352
229

297
320
327

352
544
626

721
246
1,240

2,060
2,970
3,450


~. IcP
10
'
'


ikii







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i
;i

:!,::
:
I!~i~
:, '


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, Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2)

11.(continued) 7-20-56
8-28-56
10- 8-56

11-21-56
1- 7-57
2-21-57

4- 5-57
5-15-57
6-27-57

8- 9-57
9-20-57
10-31-57

12- 5-57
1-24-58
3-21-58

5-16-58
7-10-58

32. Surface 11- 9-54
Water Slough 12-14-54
near Cocoa 1-31-55

3-18-55
4-28-55
6- 6-55

7-19-55
9- 2-55
10-10-55


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
(8](9


5.3
2.2
3.4

5.6
3.4
4.4

4. 1
5.9
6. 1

6.0
6.3
.4

1.3
.6
.5

1.2
2. 6

5,6
3.5
1,4

2,8
1. 1
3.9

3.5
3. 5
2.9


0.01
.01
.01

.05
.04
.02

.01
.00
.01

.04
.04
.03

.04
.00
.00

.02
.02

.41
.11
.11

.15
.09
S12

.07
.13
.13


92
84
74

37
12
33

26
37
37

43
30,
28

30
21
18

17
17
20

4.6
3. 3
2.4

2.8
3. 3
2.8

1.7
3. 5
2.0


55
46
39

17
6. 3
16

17
19
20

21
16
15

15
12
11

8.9
8.8

2.6
2.6
2.2

2. 7
2. 1
1.5

1.4
2. 2
1.7


389 66
346 44
277 26

135 0
46 0
120 0

88 0
133 0
148 2

179 12
127 16
116 16

105 22
88 10
64 6

72 12
71 ; 16

16 12
15 8
17 4

20 5
22 7
14 6

12 3
8.3 6
11 2


155
170
165

L18
45
102,

73
91
82

80
60
47

47
37
32

33
25

1.0
2.5
2.5

1.5
1.8
4.5

4.2
6.5
3.2


770 0.4
665 .2
535 .1

240 .7
79 0.0 .2
214 .1 .4

177 1 .0
257 .4 3.4
290 .1

345 3.5
242 .1 .0
228 .1 .2

209 4,8
175 .0
135 .0

135 .0
142 .8

32 .2
30 .2
32 .0

40 ,1
40 1
24 ,1

21 .3
17 .2
22 .0


1,500
1,340
1,110

553
193
490

385
547
584

683
489
443

423
338
264

273
278

68
61
60

73
74
54

46
44
44


456
398
345

162
.56
148

S135
170
174

194
141
132

136
102
90

79
86

22
19
15

18
17
13

10
18
12


402
362
324

162
56
148

135
170
173

184
128
118

118
94
85

69
73

12
12
12

14
11
8

8
13
10


2,820
2,490
2,050

1,050
396
938

767
1,050
1,110

1,280
941
862

843
700
549

547
568

147
127
126

149
163
110

106
91.0
101


7.3 5
7.2 5
7.2 10

4.1 5
4.1 2
4.3 1

4.4 2
4.5 2
4.9 15

6.5 5
6.8 45
'6.4 27

6.8 30
6.5 25
6.7 15

6.7 18
6.8 20

6. 3 400
5. 8 360
5.4 280

5.4 250
5. 3 260
5,4 250

5.0 180
5. 7 320
4.9 240


~ ---


=








Table II (Continuted)

( ) (2) (3) (4) ( (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (1 ) 3) (14) (1 ) (16) 1 (17) (1 ) 19)
.......____ ______..J~J5 (6) ________ I______ ,I ,,


32, continuedd)























33. Indian
River at
Cocoa


11.16.55
12-19.55
1.28.56

4.25-56
11.21.56
1. 7-57

2-21.57
4- 5-57
5-15-57

6-27-57
8. 9-57
9.20-57

12- 5-57
1-29-58
3.21-58

5.16.58
7-10-58

5-17-53
10- 6-53
5- 4-54

10-20-54
5.11-55
11-15-55

6-18-56
2-26-57
6- 5-57


3,1 1
2, 1
3, 3

2,4
7. 1
3, 7

2. 1
3.6
3, 3

2,9
1.2
2,2

1.8
.5
.2

2.5
2.5


0,00
,00
.14

,00
.07
.03

.03
,05
.05

.06
.10
.20

.21
.18
.21

.18
.14


2, 8
3,2
2,0

3,4
2,4
2,6

2. B
3.0
3.2

2. 8
1.2
12

5.2
2.8
4.0

2.0
2.0


13
8,6
8, 5

9,8
7, A
12

12
14
11

9.0
1.6
22

14
12
8, 3

7.4
4.8


0,0
.0
3.0

3,0
12
10

12
12
9,5

12
3.5
7.0

2.0
4.2
5.0

5, 5
2.0


28
20
19

20
19
18

20
22
20

16
6.5
40

36
26
22

19
12

10,600
7,210
6,670

7,110
11,700
12, 000

16,700
16,300
15,200


123
92. 9
96, 0

93.9
109
96, 1

112
113
103

108
53,7
200

162
125
113

101
83.7


20,100


31,700
31,600

44,300
40,800
15,700


5,2 280
5,0 220
4.9 260

4.4 400
4.7 130
5.8 110

5.1 90
5.4 120
4.8 120

4.7 130
4.5 110
6.9 500

5.0 380
4.9 320
4.7 360

4.7 300'
4.7 240


!i /






.,.


, I I I ... I






I : jableaa. (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12), (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
34. Newfound 5-17-53 11,700
Harbor near 5-11-55 10,000 Z8,400
Cocoa 11-15-55 10,900 28,100

6-18-56 17,800 47,100
S2-26-57 16,200 40, 200

35..Banana 5-17-53 11,900
River near 10- 6-53 9,180
Cocoa 5- 4-54 7,410 21,800

5-11-55 9,910 27, 600
11-15-55 11,900 30,500
6-18-56 17,200 45,900

2-26-57 17,200 42,200
6- 5-57 17,000 38, 600

36. Indian 5-17-53 11,300 --
River at 10- 6-53 9,270
Eau Gallie 5- 4-54 12,100 34,300

10-21-54 8,050 --
5-11-55 12,200 33,300
11-16-55 13,100 32,800

6-19-56 18,700 53,200
2-26-57 14,800 37,400
6- 3-57 14,000 33,200

37. Elbow 9-28-54 11.3 6.3 0.33 22 3.9 13 54 7.5 34 0.2 114 71 27 218 7.3 260
Creek near 11-10-54 e 1.8 107 656
Eau Gallie 12-14-54 2.6 116 669





'I ,





'I'..kl. I<


Table 11. (Continued)

(1 (2 (3) (4) ( (6) ) ) (1 ) ( 1) (() ( 3) ( 46) ( Sl ) ) (16) (17) (1 ) (I


37. (continued


2) 1-55
3.16-55
4-25-55

6. 8.55
7-20-55
8. 1-55

9- 1-55
10-14.55
11-17-55

12-19-55
1-28-56
3-13.56

4-27-56
6- 5-56
7.19-56

8.31.56
10. 9-56
1.20-56

1-10-57
2-20-57
4- 5-57

5-12-57
6-27-57
8. 9-57

9-18-57
10-29-57


1,6
,64
.54

.7
.8


1,2
17
.8

,8
1,1
,5

1.2
.4
5

,7
2, 3
1, 2

.8
1. 1
1 ,8

1.,2
.8
9. 0

8, 2
3. 6


0,04

,04


165
140
162

225
245
159

140
61
152

128
170
136

158
250
165

147
138
118

118
127
106

124
142
56

57
96


0. I 442

,1 441


931
837
938

1,090
1,220
821

801
350
833

788
860
774

868
1,140
897

817
748
732

741

607

722
819
334


------ -- L ----r -Il-lr -----~-- L I


37, (continued






Table 11. (Continued)

S(1) (2)
37. (continued) 12- 2-57
1-24-58
i 1 3-19-58
', 5-12-58

7- 9-58
9- 1-58

38. Indian 5-17-53
River at 10- 6-53
Melbourne 5- 4-54

10-21-54
5-10-55
11-16-55

6-19-56
2-26-57
U, 6- 3-57

39. Crane
Creek at
Melbourne 5-19-53
10- 6-53
5- 4-54

9-29-54
11-17-54
12-14-54

2- 3-55
3-16-55
3-16-55






I .'


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (1s) (19)
1 1 ( 3 1 ( ( __ ,17) ..


1.4
.6
1.2

1.6
7. 5


8.6
106
6.0

28
24
10

7. 8
6.2
6.2


16
7.8
13

14

18


0.43
.55
.07

.02


13
5.3
16

9.9
10
13

14

24


106
19
72
118

175
140

12,900
8,830
13,700

8,440
13,900
13,100

19,200
15,000
13,500


1.3


545
131
556

350
355
493

559

700


124
33
132

82
80
120

136

208


38,700


36,800
33,400

50,100
37,900
32,000



924
261
1,080

657
650
905

1,020
1,300
1,300


7.8
7.0
7.6

7.6
7.6
7.6

7.8

7.7


'i








Table 11, (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (1 ) (13) (14) (I ) (1 ) (17) (18) (19)
9 (continued) 4.26-55 5,1 11 0.16 126 18 86 276 46 214 0.1 637 388 162 1,210 7,9
6. 8-55 4,0 13 .00 126 25 87 378 51 230 .9 670 418 1 0 7,5 45
7.2 5 5.1 20 .02 120 15 94 279 45 205 ,3 636 361 13 1,150 7.6 55

9- 1-55 5.0 13 .01 127 17 95 274 48 226 .2 661 387 162 1,210 7,6 55
10-14-55 22 10 .12 82 17 76 it5 51 179 .1 496 274 140 915 7, 5 65
11.17.55 5.9 14 ,04 124 a5 52 252 61 180 0.4 1,4 582 412 306 1,270 7.7 47
12-.1-55 5.8 14 .09 134 21 97 264 60 250 ,1 706 421 204 1,250 7.8 45
1-27-56 7.7 10 ,03 120 31 105 223 77 278 .8 732 427 244 1,370 7.6 45
3-12-56 4.9 12 .00 136 23 110 260 70 275 1 754 434 231 1,400 7.4 45
4-27-56 8.3 11 .10 128 22 108 210 74 280 .0 736 410 238 1,310 7,8 35
6- 5-56 3,4 15 .01 168 8.0 119 268 65 300 1.2 808 452 232 1,410 7.9 40
7-18-56 61 5 20 .1 136 7 3 106 270 59 270 1.6 749 434 102 1,360 7. 45
8-31-56 3.91 16 38 23 115 276 59 285 .4 772 439 213 1,410 7.8 40
10. 9-56 21 8.Z .04 99 19 89 187 63 212 ,0 582 325 172 1,060 7.9 75
1-10-57 5.2 13 .01 128 30 107 256 67 250 ,3 ,7 713 402 192 1,300 7.8 30
2.21.57 8,.0 12 .02 126 22 106 242 75 253 .3 1.0 714 405 206 1,300 7. 6 35
4- 9-57 9.3 11 .04 114 16 81 240 43 202 .1 .9 586 350 154 1,080 7.8 50
5.-12-.57 6.6 13 .01 126 17 90 264 51 219 .3 1.6 648 384 168 1,170 8.1 140
6-24.57 5.0 14 .02 136 16 100 272 58 240 .2 698 406 18Z 1,250 7.7 45
8- 5-57 12 11 .02 106 17 97 218 55 20 .2 613 334 156 1,080 7.6 45
9-16-57 12 11 .04 97 8, 8 79 218 37 164 .3 .1 504 278 100 902 7.0 70
0-29.57 6.9 14 .03 126 15 87 268 40 215 .3 .1 629 376 156 1,140 7.5 32
2- 2.57 6.7 13 .02 134 31 60 262 65 220 1.1 653 462 348 1,330 7.9 35
1-20-58 7.9 12 .00 109 15 84 232 48 196 .0 578 334 144 1,070 7.3 45

3-17-58 18 ,5 ,00 77 10 46 160 33 119 .0 364 233 102 706 7,5 52
5-12-58 8, 1 8.6 ,03 126 11 81 264 52 188 .3 597 360 143 1,050 7,9 40


;;

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i :


...

,






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Table 11. (Continued)

(1) (2)
39. (Continued) 7- 7-58

40. Turkey 10- 2-54
Creek near 11-10-54
Palm Bay 12-15-54

2- 3-55
3-22-55
4-26-55

6- 7-55
7-22-55
8-30-55

10-11-55
11-18-55
12-22-55

1-30-56
3-13-56
4-30-56

6. 6-56
7-19-56
8-31-56

10-16-56 p,
11-21-56 2
1- 9-57

2-18-57
4- 9-57
5.14-57


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
-- t


144
53. 2
47.8

57.8
31. 8
31.6

40, 5
55.2
68. 3

81.9
50.6
41.2

40.6
28.7
51.3

39.6
37.0
81.9

230
13
92.6

32.2
79. 1
90.6


7.
7.2


U. U0

.45
























,08


235

58
112
128

155
240
255

215
108
139

90
151
230

270
305
340

330
240
215

7.0
38
102

218
129
192


- I L ..I L L I I .................... I 1 L


699

217
























173


1,240

408
712
834

1,020
1,320
1,260

1,140
712
754

609
839
1,160

1,290
1,400
1,560

1,450
1,190
1,000

51.4
317
619


789
985


45

220


I I I I


1 1 I .I


7.3
























7. 3









Table 11, (Continued)
(1) (Z) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
40.(continued) 6-26.57 47.6 168 973
8. 7.57 212 115 620
9-16-57 205 70

10.29-57 68.1 96 616
12- 9-57 -- Z20 1,130
1.22-58 353 88 491

3.19-58 151 86 554
5.14-58 45.3 185 1,020
7- 9-58 32.6 235 1,180
9. 3-58 39.9 170 918

1, oatCreek 5.17.53 100 44 193 216 92 410 0.2 945 430 254 1,630 7.9 40
2 miles wet 10- 1.54 7.9 0.33 46 19 80 93 40 174 .2 413 190 114 806 7.3 180
of Valkaria 11-11-54 385

12-15-54 395 1,710
2- 3-55 310 1,530
3-17-55 490 2,070

4.27-55 350 1,610'
6. 9-55 415 1,740
7-21-55 440 1,900

9- 1-55 425 1,860
:10-14-55 146 684
11-18-55 450 1,800

12-20-55 475 1,910
1-29-56 520 2,080
3-15-56 555 2,180,

4-30-56 550 2',240
6- 6-56 __I _620 An







S Table 11.. (Continued)

; (1) (2)

41. (continued) 7-19-56
S8-30-56

1- 9-57

*2-20-57
4- 5-57
S 5-14-57

6-26-57
8- 7-57
9-18-57

10-29-57
12- 3-57
1-22-58

3-18.58
5-14-58
7- 8-58
9- 3-58

42. Goat 5-17-53
Creek at U.S 10- 6-53
Highway 1 5- 4-54
near Valkaril
10-21-54
5-10-55
11-16-55
6-19-56





1 'i


118

91


422
445
111
335

345
81
104

315
56
72

96
270
68

133
355
375
312

49
41
43

7,750
15,900
9,910
18,200


L II I I I


1,780
1,830
529
1,500


487
511

1,360
274


530
1,150
316

664
1,520
1,610
1,380

321
189
349


41,500
26,000
48,100


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)









Table 11, (Continued)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (1Z) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)

43. Kid Creek 5.17-f 13,100 32,900
near Malaba: 10. 6.53 136 568
5. 4.54 7,950 23,600 30

10-21.54 92
5.10-55 520 1,730
11-16-55 1,240 4,150

6-19-56 4,250 12,900
2.26.57 1,260 44,300
6- 3.57 325 1,440

44, Trout 5.17-53 137 162 1,280 234 318 2,310 0.1 4320 1,010 816 7,010 7,3 40
Creck, near 10. 6.53 47 215
Grant 5- 4.54 11,200 31,700 30

10-2154 52 --
S510-55 1,300 4,740
S1-16-55 890 3,060

6-19-56 500 1,960
2.26-57 1,600 5,230
6. 3.57 131 584

45, South 5-17-53 95 26 117 238 68 235 .0 658 344 149 1,110 8.1 40
Prong ebas10- 6-53 44 289
tian Creek 5- 4-54 58 24 113 236 47 175 .0 533 243 50 1,040 '7 8 40
near Sebas-
tian 10. 1-54 9.3 0.42 41 8.0 32 102 23 68 .4 232 135 52 433 7.3 180
48
11-18-54 48;
12-16-54 148 897
2. 2-55 104 717
3-23-55 250 12 80
4-27-55 215 1,170





,Table 11. (Continued)

S (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)
45 (continued) 6- 9-55 245 1,290
7-21-55 225 1,210
8-31-55 200 1,090

10-12-55 180 874
11-18-55 240 1,150
S12-20-55 220 1,110

1-29-56 230 1,220
S3-14-56 282 1,320
4-30-56 305 1,450

6- 6-56 350 1,430
7-17-56 200 1,090
8-29-56 115 645

10-10-56 86 517
1- 8-57 246 1270
2-19-57 220 --

4- 3-57 83 518
S 5-13-57 212 1,000
6-25-57 226 1,200

8- 6-57 143 842
9-17-57 48
10-30-57 155 911

12- 3-57 240 1,200
S1-21-58 162 896
3.18-58 118 753

5-13-58 198 1.010
S7 8-58 118 710
i9- -8 210 1 1 0










Table 11, (Continued)

(1 ) (3) () (5 (6) (7) (8) v(9) 1( (10) (1 ) (12) (13) 4 (1s) 1 16) (17) )1 19
I .......--... ___ ____ -..-.. -


46. North
Prong Sebase
tian Creek
near Micco


10. 1.54
11.18-54
12.15.54

2. 2.55
3.17.55
4.27.55

6. 9-55
7-21-55
8-31-55

10-12.55
11-19-55
12-20-55

1.29-56
3-15-56
4-30-56

6- 6-56
7-19-56
8-30-56

10- 9-56
1- 8-57
2-19-57

4- 3-57
5-13-57
6-26-57

8- 7-57
9-18-57


223
85. 4
27.4

19.4
8,87
8,71

7,11
7.57
9.16

32. 3


5,4


0.26


28
69
95

114
175
180

235
250
260

245
222
270

290
305
460

350
250
235

95
125
130

57
124
123

22
40


193
492
550

784
1,120
140

1,260
1,290
1,300

1,120
1,120
1,310

1,410
1,420
1,910

1,520
1,240
1,150

519
912


360
865
814

159
=.


VI



it ;








; i ,* ; '
* '


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.,..~






'' Ta: 'ble 11. (Continued)

(1) (2)

46. (continued ,10-30-57

12- 3-57
S1-22-58
3-18-58

5-13-58


47. Fellemere
Canal near
Fellsmere


7- 8-58
9- 2-58

10- 1-54
11-11-54
12-16-54

2- 2-55
3-23-55
4..27-55

6- 9-55
7-21-55
8-31-55

10-12-55
11-18-55
12-20-55

1-29-56
3-14-56
4-30-56

6- 6-56
7-16-56
8-29-56


(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) ( (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)


8.6










11


0.50










.06


19










56


-______ _____ _______ I LLL-


102

114
40
76

130
140
192

46
124
78

e.5
100
111

155
118
107

110
124
119

111
170
220

270
122
69


685

814
2.6
941

822

1,080

370
675
509

511
622
700

954
716
665

613
724
650

671
890
1,130

1,180
793
484










Tabli II, (Countinucd) -...________ 1

(1) 2 ) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (1H) (19)


47, (cointinurd)

















U'
4H. SiRbatian
River at
Indian River
near
Sbastian







49. Indian River
at Roseland


10.10.56
1- H-57
2.19-57

4. 3-57
5.1 4-57
6-25-57

H. 6.57
9-17-57

10.30.57
12. ).57
1-21.-S

3-18.58
5-13-58
7- 8-58


5.-17-53
10-21-54
5-10-55
11-16-55
6-19-56
2- 6-57
6. 3.57
5-17-53
10. 6-53
5- 4-54


H.4
H, 7

II
7. 1
8,4

6. 5
6.0

14
13
9, 3


0,03
.04

.06
.04
. 15

.08
.10

.07
.02
.00

.03
.03
.04


51
65

0so
43
51

56
36

70
85
76

53
101
82





342


12
16

14
12
10

5. 5
5.4

13
16
14

7.8
7.8
10


I 1,60


43
69

47
41
39

24
27

51
83
62

37
81
66





9, 290


30
48

42
31
30

50
24

30
55
54

37
57
55





2,180


16,000
1,900
11,400
13,800
10,600
9,910
16,000

15,600
6,860
19,000


176
228

I12
157
16H

162
112

228
278
247

164
284
246


700 5,620 5, 490


39,400

31,400
34,900
30, 100
26,700
37,000



51,600


I I I I L 1 I I I






Table 11. (Continued)


( I


a. Values reported are sums of determined constituents, except as noted (except as indicated by footnote b).
b, Value reported is residue on evaporation at 180'C.
e. Stage-discharge relation indefinite; discharge estimated on basis of records for nearby stations.

Records of daily chloride and conductance values for the period 10-1-53 to 9-30-55 are available in district
office at Ocala, Florida.
Discharge computed from rating table based on relationships of nine measurements and Lake Poinsett stage.


(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19)

49. (continued) 10-21-54 9,910--
5-10-55 18,500 46,800
11-16-55 15,500 38,500

6-19-56 18,400 49,100
2-26-57 14,500 36,500
6- 3-57 17,900 37,600

50,. South Lake 6- 5-57 3.0 0.02 80 46 404 98 190 700 0.1 0.4 1470 388 308 2,660 7.2 23
near Titus- 10-24-57 3.1 .04 64 35 319 110 102 565 .0 4.8 1150 304 214 2,070 7.6 45
ville


'I'
il:d
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1
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Table 12. Water Level and Artesian Pressure in Wells in Brevard and Adjacent Counties
(Water levels are in feet above land-surface datum unless otherwise indicated.)

Brevard County
750-031-1

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

Nay 16, 1947 25.7 Jan. 17, 1957 15.4 Feb. 5, 1958 19.3
Oct. 25. 1956 21.3 July 2 20.7

750-037-1

Feb. 26, 1957 20.2 July 10, 1957 21.1 I Feb. 5, 1958 21.3

750-040-2

Nar. 14. 157 23.0 I July 10, 1957 23.5 I Feb. 5, 1958 24.0

750-048-2

Feb. 5, 1957 23.1 July 10, 1957 25.8 Feb. 8, 1958 26.1

751-026-1

Feb. 3, 1956 31.0 I Jan. 24, 1957 28.0 I Jan. 13, 1958 30.4

751-029-2

Nay 16, 1947 24.4 Jan. 17, 1957 16.1 Feb. 5, 1958 20.2
Oct. 24, 1956 20.5 July 2 16.9

751-048-1

Feb. 5, 1957 21.3 [ July 10, 1957 23.0 Feb. 8, 1958 23.7

752-029-1

Aug. 9, 1934 35.0 Oct. 24, 1956 26.0 Jan. 1, 1957 25.2

752-030-1

Sept. 25, 1947 25.3 Jan. 17, 1957 18.2 Feb. 5, 1958 21.1
Oct. 23, 1956 21.3 July 2 20.2

752-032-1

July 6, 1956 15.9 Jan. 17, 1957 15.4 Feb. 5, 1958 11.5
July 2 13.9

752-034-1

July 6, 1956 19.9 Jan. 17, 1957 21.0 July 2, 1957 23.0

752-037-1

July 6, 1956 18.8 Jan. 17, 1957 18.1 July 2, 1957 19.9

752-039-1

July 6, 1956 22.9 Jan. 17, 1957 22.7 Feb. 5, 1958 24.2
I July 2 25.1

752-051-1

June 8, 1956 3.68 Jan. 22, 1957 0.33 Feb. 8, 1958 1.98
July 11 0.95

752-051-2

June 8, 1956 0.30 Jan. 22, 1957 0.35 July 11, 1957 1.15

753-040-1

July 9, 1956 24.5 Jan. 20, 1957 24.1 July 2, 1957 25.7

753-041-1

July 9, 1956 23.8 Jan. 20, 1957 23.7 Feb. 5, 1958 26.0
July 2 25.1

754-028-1
Feb. 4, 1956 26.1 Jan. 24. 1957 23.1 Jan. 31, 1958 28.6








Table 12. Continued

k.'.


755-031-4


Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

May 19, 1956 20.3 Jan. 17, 1957 14.7 Feb. 5, 1958 17.1
Oct. 22 17.1 July 2 16.4

755-031-6

May 19, 1947 21.7 Oct. 22, 1956 20.2 Jan. 17, 1957 17.5
July 2 19.8

755-031-7

Sept. 25, 1947 21.3 Oct. 22, 1956 16.4 Jan. 17, 1957 13.5
I July 2 15.7

755-051-1

June 8, 1956 16.1 Jan. 22, 1957 16.4 July 11, 1957 18.0

756-029-1

April 22, 1947 26.6 Oct. 16, 1947 26.0 Jan. 24, 1957 18.3

756-030-1

Feb. 16, 1956 35.0 Jan. 24, 1957 32.5 Jan. 31, 1958 34.3
June 20 29.7

756-050-1

June 8, 1956 17.3 Jan. 22, 1957 17.5 July 11, 1957 19.4

756-052-1

June 8, 1956 3.65 Jan. 22, 1957 3.3 Feb. 8, 1958 6.2
July 11 5.3

757-032-1

Oct. 19, 1956 36.1 Jan. 17, 1957 33.6 Feb. 5, 1958 35.3
July 2 35.8

757-035-1

Oct. 10, 1956 16.4 Jan. 18, 1957 14.9 Feb. 5, 1958 17.6
July 2 15.1

757-036-1

Oct. 10, 1956 18.2 Jan. 18, 1957 15.3 July 3, 1957 18.3

757-052-1

June 8, 1956 4.15 Jan. 18, 1957 4.81 July 11, 1957 4.35

758-034-1

Oct. 18, 1956 17.3 Jan. 18, 1957 12.7 July 2, 1957 14.8

758-041-3

Oct. 11, 1956 23.8 Jan. 20, 1957 22.8 Feb. 6, 1958 24.6
July 3 24.6

759-036-2

May 15, 1947 27.8 Jan. 18, 1957 22.3 Feb. 6, 1958 25.5
Oct. 10, 1956 24.6 July 3 24.5

759-036-3

Oct. 10, 1956 18.8 Jan. 18, 1957 15.7 July 3, 1957 18.6

759-038-2

ay 15, 1947 17.8 Oct. 11, 1956 13.1 Feb. 6, 1958 14.3

759-042-1

May 15, 1947 27.3 Oct. 17, 1956 23.8 Jan. 18, 1957 21.2
SJuly 3 23.0







Table 12. Continued
800-032-1

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

April 24. 1947 26.3 Jan. 24, 1957 19.3 Jan. 31, 1958 22.2
Feb. 17, 1956 21.5

800-033-1

May 14, 1947 26.5 Jan. 17, 1957 19.8 Feb. 5, 1958 21.7
Oct. 9. 1956 21.2 July 2 21.3

800-034-3

May 14, 1947 20.7 Oct. 9. 1956 16.2 Jan. 17, 1957 14.2
1 I July 2 -16.0

800-040-1

Sept. 24, 1956 17.1 Jan. 21, 1957 15.2 July 3, 1957 17.9

800-045-1

May 16 1947 25.5 Jan. 20, 1957 21.0 Feb. 6, 1958 23.5
July 3 23.7

801-035-3

May 12, 1947 25.7 Jan. 16, 1957 21.1 Feb. 5, 1958 22.6
Sept. 26, 1956 20.0 July 2 19.4

801-037-2

Sept. 25. 1956 19.6 Jan. 16, 1957 17.8 Feb. 5, 1958 19.8
July 2 19.3

801-038-1

Sept. 25, 1956 12.8 Jan. 21, 1957 10.8 | July 3, 1957 11.2

802-036-1

Sept. 25, 1956 16.5 Jan. 16, 1957 15.9 July 2, 1957 17.6

802-040-2

Sept. 24, 1956 17.2 Jan. 21, 1957 15.2 Feb. 6, 1958 18.5
July 3 17.7

803-033-2

Feb. 21, 1956 22.0 I Jan. 24, 1957 19.8 | Jan. 31, 1958 21.7

803-035-1

Oct. 8, 1956 19.2 Jan. 16, 1957 18.3 Feb. 5, 1958 18.9
July 2 19.4

803-043-2

Sept. 18, 1956 23.4 Jan. 21, 1957 20.9 July 3, 1957 24.1

804-036-20

Oct. 8, 1956 23.7 Jan. 16, 1957 21.5 Feb. 5, 1958 24.0
July 2 23.3

804-039-3

May 7, 1947 19.2 Jan. 21, 1957 10.9 July 3, 1957 12.6
Sept. 24, 1956 13.9

804-040-4

May 6. 1947 20.7 Jan. 21, 1957 13.6 Feb. 6, 1958 17.2
ay 29. 1956 13.4 July 3 16.2

804-040-5

May 29. 1956 11.0 [ Jan. 21, 1957 10.9 July 3, 1957 12.9








Table 12. Continued
804-041-1

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

May 6, 1947 24.1 Oct. 17, 1947 25.5 June 1, 1956 17.1

804-041-2

May 6, 1947 25.8 June 1, 1956 16.7 Jan. 21, 1957 16.1
July 3 19.4

804-041-6

Hay 7, 1947 24.8 Oct. 17, 1947 28.8 June 1, 1956 17.2

804-044-1

May 8, 1947 29.1 Sept. 18, 1956 24.5 Jan. 21, 1957 23.0

805-042-3

Sept. 19, 1956 16.6 Jan. 21, 1957 18.1 Feb. 6, 1958 18.8
July 3 18.8

805-048-4

Sept. 18, 1956 26.0 Jan. 18. 1957 23.5 Feb. 6, 1958 26.4

806-050-4

Sept. 17, 1956 23.8 Jan. 22, 1957 21.2 Feb. 6, 1958 27.1

807-034-1

April 23, 1956 25.6 Jan. 24, 1957 24.6 Jan. 31, 1958 26.6
I Julj 2 25.5

807-037-6

April 24, 1956 28.1 Jan. 23, 1957 23.3 Jan. 31, 1958 30.8
I July 5 27.8 |

807-038-5

April 30, 1947 21.9 Jan. 24, 1957 15.7 Feb. 7, 1958 18.6
June 18, 1956 13.6 July 5 18.4

807-039-3

Hay 25, 1956 14.0 Jan. 21, 1957 13.1 July 22, 1957 14.4

807-042-1

May 18, 1956 21.7 Jan. 21, 1957 21.2 Feb. 7, 1958 24.6
July 22 23.7

807-042-5

May 22, 1956 23.8 i-a, 21, 1957 23.6 July 22, 1957 26.3

808-036-2

June 2, 1950 41.1 Jan. 17, 1957 27.5 Jan. 31, 1958 30.0
Oct. 26, 1956 30.6 July 3 28.9

808-036-3

Dec. 17, 1946 34.4 Oct. 26, 1956 30.3 | Jan. 17, 1957 26.8
Oct. 15, 1947 34.6 July 3 28.0

808-038-10

April 12, 1956 21.7 Jan. 23, 1957 20.2 Feb. 3, 1958 22.2
July 5 21.6

808-044-1
May 6, 1947 26.6 Jan. 21, 1957 21.1 Feb. 7, 1958 24.0
July 22 23.3








Table 12. Continued
di0-u3e-3

Water "ater Waler
Date level Date level Dace level

Dec. 17, 1946 28.4 Jan. 17, 1957 21.6 Jan. 31, 1958 24.5
Oct. 26. 1956 24.3 July 3 22.9

809-038-2

April 10, 1956 29.4 Jan. 23, 1957 27.6 Feb. 3, 1958 29.4
July 5 28.9

809-041-1

May 23. 1956 7.7 Jan. 21. 1957 7.6 Feb. 7. 1958 11.3
July 22 10.5

810-035-1

Feb. 27, 1956 29.0 Jan. 16, 1957 27.5 Jan. 31, 1958 29.0
July 2 28.5

810-042-1

May 6, 1947 13.2 Jan. 21, 1957 7.7 Feb. 7, 1958 10.6
May 22. 1956 6.9 July 22 10.0

811-038-1

Dec. 18, 1946 31.9 Jan. 17, 1957 25.7 Jan. 31, 1958 28.1
Oct. 26, 1956 28.5 July 3 27.2

811-039-3

Mar. 30, 1956 15.5 Jan. 23, 1957 16.3 Feb. 3, 1958 18.9
July 5 17.2

812-035-2

April 23, 1956 29.9 j Jan. 16, 1957 28.6 Jan. 31, 1958 30.2
July 2 31.9

812-042-1

May 2, 1947 17.9 I Jan. 21, 1957 13.7 Feb. 7, 1958 16.7
Mar. 21, 1956 17.9 July 22 16.0

813-040-1

Mar. 23, 1956 15.5 Jan. 24, 1957 15.8 Feb. 3, 1958 18.2
July 5 16.8

814-039-1

Dec. 18, 1946 30.9 Oct. 29, 1956 30.9 July 3, 1957 30.2
Jan. 31 31.4

814-039-4

Dec. 18. 1946 35.6 Oct. 30, 1956 30.6 Jan. 17, 1957 27.8

814-040-1

Mar. 23. 1956 24.3 Jan. 24, 1957 23.8 J Feb. 3. 1958 -26.3
July 5 25.8

815-044-1

Jan. 24. 1947 5.6 Jan. 15. 1957 12.1 Feb. 7. 1958 14.8
Oct. 17 16.5 Mar. 7 13.8
July 5 13.1

817-040-2

Jan. 14. 1947 20.9 Jan. 17, 1957 19.1 Jan. 31, 1958 20.8
Sov. 2. 1956 19.8 Jul 3 19.9

317-040-8
Jan. 14, 1947 33.7 Jan. 17, 1957 22.o Jan. 31, 1958 30.4
Nov. 8. 1956 29.3 July 3 29.5










Table 12. Continued
817-043-1

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

Jan. 29, 1947 14.5 Feb. 15, 1955 13.3 Jan. 15, 1957 9.4
May. 14 14.9 July 14 11.2 July 5 9.6
Oct. 17 14.4

817-044-1

May 2, 1947 19.0 Jan. 15, 1957 18.9 Feb. 7, 1958 21.7
Oct. 17 19.1 July 5 19.6

818-036-1

May 16, 1947 19.4 Jan. 16, 1957 19.3 Jan. 31, 1958 21.3
Nov. 13 19.3 July 2 20.4

818-036-4

Mar, 25, 1947 20.4 Nov. 13, 1956 18.0 Jan. 16, 1957 16.9
Oct. 16 20.3I July 2 17.7

818-042-1

Pug. 16, 1934 28.0 Jan. 15, 1957 20.5 Feb. 7, 1958 21.5
Feb. 14, 1955 23.0 July 5 21.0

818-044-2

Nov. 20, 1946 16.8 Feb. 9, 1955 13.8 Jan. 15, 1957 9.0

818-044-4

Nov. 20, 1946 22.5 Feb. 10, 1955 20.0 Jan. 15, 1957 15.6
May 4 16.9 July 5 17.9

818-044-6

Nov. 20, 1946 25.5 Nov. 17, 1954 23.0 Jan. 15, 1957 18.1
Oct. 17, 1947 25.66 July 5 20.0

819-036-2

April 18, 1947 20.6 Jan. 16, 1957 14.3 I July 2, 1957 15.6
Oct. 16 21.6

819-036-3

April 18, 1947 19.7 Nov. -14, 1956 15.5 Jan. 16, 1957 12.9
July 2 15.2

819-041-4

Jan. 13, 1947 22.1 Jan. 17, 1957 25.0 Jan. 31, 1958 27.4
Nov. 2, 1956 24.0 July 3 26.5

819-044-2

Nov. 20, 1946 16.2 Feb. 9, 1955 13.3 July 5, 1957 12.4
May 4 10.4

820-036-1

April 18, 1947 27.8 Jan. 16, 1957 21.1 Jan. 31, 1958 23.5
Nov. 13, 1956 23.8 July 2 22.7

820-042-2

Dec. 17, 1946 20.8 Nov. 1, 1956 17.7 July 3, 1957 16.0
Oct. 15, 1947 21.2 Jan. 17, 1957 15.0 Jan. 31, 1958 17.0

820-045-3

Jan. 24, 1947 16.2 Feb. 8, 1955 15.5 Jan. 15, 1957 10.6
Jul| 5 12.3

820-045-4

Jan. 24, 1947 19.0 Feb. 9, 1955 18.5 May 5, 1955 14.2








Table 12. Continued
320-u4o-1

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Dare level

Feb. 16, 1955 18.0 July 5. 1957 16.8 Feb. 7, 1958 16.9

821-045-3

Mar. 4. 1955 13.9 Jan. 15, 1957 9.1 July 5, 1957 10.2

821-046-5

Feb. 10, 1955 14.2 Jan. 15, 1957 10.3 July 5, 1957 11.5

821-048-3

Sept. 3, 1946 21.0 Jan. 16, 1957 14.1 Feb. 7, 1958 16.8
July 5 16.7

821-048-4

Sept. 3, 1946 18.9 Jan. 16, 1957 4.4 July 5. 1957 6.6

821-048-5

Nov. 27, 1946 24.0 Feb. 17, 1955 22.0 Jan. 16, 1957 13.5
Sept. 16, 1947 24.4 July 5 18.5

822-042-1

Aug. 10, 1934 24.5 Jan. 16. 1957 16.8 Feb. 4, 1958 21.7
Nov. 14, 1956 19.3 July 2 17.8

822-044-2

Feb. 20, 1947 7.7 July 20, 1954 4.0 Jan. 16, 1957 3.9
Oct. 17 8.2

822-046-1

Jan. 31, 1955 8.2 Jan. 16, 1957 4.9 9 July 5, 1957 7.0

822-047-1

Feb. 14. 1955 10.8 Jan. 16. 1957 7.3 July 5, 1957 8.8

823-041-1

Aug. 14, 1946 28.1 Nov. 15, 1956 25.0 Jan. 16, 1957 22.6
July 2 24.2

823-042-1

Aug. 14, 1946 16.5 Jan. 16, 1957 12.5 Feb. 4, 1958 14.4
Nov. 15, 1956 14.5 July 2 14.1

824-043-1

Nov. 15. 1956 12.0 Jan. 16, 1957 10.3 July 2, 1957 12.7

824-043-2

Aug. 20, 1946 20.0 Jan. 16, 1957 13.5 Feb. 4, 1958 15.3
Nov. 14, 1956 1b.1 July 2 14.8

824-048-1

Jan. 14, 1947 8.6 Feb. 15. 1935 7.5 Jan. 16, 1957 4.7

825-040-1

Dec. 16. 1946 22.0 Nov. 14, 1956 18.1 July 2, 1957 18.0
Oct. 15, 1947 22.1 Jan. 17, 1957 16.1 Feb. 4, 1958 18.0

325-040-2

Dec. 16, 1946 23.0 Nov. 14, 18.8 Jan. 17, 1957 17.0
Oct. 15. 1947 23.0 July 2 18.7










Table 12. Continued

J


825-043-1


Water Water Water
Date .level Date level Date level

Sept. 3, 1946 22.5 Nov. 14, 1956 19.0 Jan. 16, 1957 17.0
July 2 18.7

825-043-2

Aug. 28, 1946 25.0 Jan. 16, 1957 17.9 Feb. 4, 1958 18.3
Nov. 14, 1956 19.5 July 2 19.5

825-043-3

Aug. 8, 1946 14.5 Nov. 16, 1956 12.0 1 Jan. 16, 1957 9.8
July 2 11.7

828-041-1

Nov. 15, 1956 12.9 Jan. 17, 1957 11.5 Feb. 4, 1958 12.1
July 3 12.9

828-041-2

Mar. 10, 1947 14.8 Nov. 16, 1956 10.5 Jan. 17, 1957 10.2
S0 July 3 11.4

829-040-1

Dec. 16, 1946 13.5 Nov. 16, 1956 11.3 Jan. 17, 1957 9.1
July 3 11.3

829-040-2

Dec. 14, 1946 14.3 Jan. 17, 1957 7.8 Feb. 4, 1958 6.6
Nov. 21, 1956 9.1 July 3 9.6

829-040-4

Oct. 14, 1947 9.3 Nov. 23, 1956 6.9 Jan. 17, 1957 5.5

830-040-1

Oct. 8, 1947 14.0 Nov. 21, 1956 12.0 Jan. 17, 1957 11.4
July 3 11.3

830-040-2

Dec. 14, 1946 15.7 Nov. 23, 1956 11.7 July 3, 1957 10.7
Oct. 14, 1947 14.3 Jan. ,17, 1957 10.2 Feb. 4, 1958 9.9

830-048-1

Jan. 11, 1957 -19.09 Jan. 15, 1957 -19.07 Feb. 3, 1958 -17.16

831-037-1

Feb. 28, 1957 11.5 July 3, 1957 12.1 Feb. 4, 1958 12.6

831-040-2

Dec: 14, 1946 14.9 Jan. 17, 1957 10.0 Feb. 4, 1958 10.0
July 3 11.3

831-041-1

Nov. 16, 1956 13.4 Jan. 17, 1957 12.8 July 3, 1957 13.8

832-040-1

Nov. 23, 1956 11.5 Jan. 17, 1957 10.1 July 5, 1957 10.8

832-055-1

Jan. 11, 1957 7.5 July 9, 1957 7.2 Feb. 3, 1958 9.6
Jan. 15 7.8 I

833-050-2

Jan 11, 1957 1.12 July 9, 1957 0.50 Feb. 3, 1958 .0.10
Jan. 15 1.03








Table 12. Continued
834-039-2

Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

Nov. 24, 1956 13.5 Jan. 17, 1957 11.9 Feb. 4, 1958 13.6
July 5 12.8

836-048-1

Jan. 10, 1957 -3.30 July 9, 1957 -2.73 Feb. 3, 1958 1.95
Jan. 15 3.26

836-057-3

June 14, 1957 11.7 1 July 9. 1957 11.0 ( Feb. 3, 1958 13.1

837-039-1

Oct. 8. 1947 15.1 Jan. 17, 1957 9.3 Feb. 4, 1958 10.7
Dec. 20, 1956 9.8 July 5 10.2

838-042-1

Dec. 14, 1946 11.7 April 16, 1957 6.9 Feb. 4, 1958 7.9
July 5 7.2

838-049-1

Nov. 30, 1946 -7.40 Jan. 10. 1957 -11.46 July 9, 1957 -10.91
Jan. 15 -11.20 Feb. 3, 1958 9.84

838-049-2

Nov. 21, 1946 9.4 Jan. 10, 1957 4.4 July 9, 1957 5.1
Jan. 15 4.4 Feb. 3, 1958 5.8

839-052-2

Oct. 18, 1947 -0.20 Jan; 7, 1957 2.86 July 9, 1957 -3.53
Jan. 15 3.19 Feb. 3, 1958 2.28

839-054-1

Jan. 28. 1947 2.62 Jan. 7, 1957 -3.23 Jan. 15. 1957 -3.35

840-050-1

Jan. 8, 1957 -21.39 July 8, 1957 -21.00 Feb. 4, 1958 -18.92
Jan. 15 -21.47

841-051-1

Jan. 4, 1957 -20.69 July 8, 1957 -20.62 Feb. 4, 1958 -19.40
Jan. 15 -20.82

843-051-1

May 12, 1947 2.10 Jan. 2, 1957 1.91 July 8, 1957 2.16
Jan. 15 1.87 Feb. 4, 1958 0.24

843-053-1

Jan. 10, 1957 -10.73 July 8, 1957 -10.69 Feb. 4, 1958 9.46
Jan. 15 -10.80

845-051-1

Nov. 26, 1956 0.57 Jan. 15, 1957 1.79 Feb. 4, 1958 0.37
July 8 1.40

847-051-2

Oct. 25, 1946 10.0 Jan. 2, 1957 5.05 July 5, 1957 5.30
Jan. 15 3.21

847-051-3

Oct. 25, 1946 9.3 Jan. 2, 1957 4.3 Feb. 4, 1958 8.16
Jan. 15 4.5









Table 12. Continued
847-051-4

-f Water Water Water
Date level Date level Date level

Oct. 25 1946 10.0 Jan. 2, 1957 5.60 Jan. 15, 1957 5.46

847-051-5

Oct. 25, 1946 8.50 Jan. 2, 1957 3.25 Jan. 15, 1957 3.67
Oct. 13, 1947 7.25

Indian River County
746-049-1

Feb. 15, 1957 13.6 July 10, 1957 15.0 Feb. 5, 1958 15.5

747-049-1

Feb. 15, 1957 18.1 July 10, 1957 19.1 Feb. 5, 1958 19.6

749-036-1

Oct. 18. 1951 24.0 Feb. 26, 1957 19.1 Feb. 5 1958 20.3

Orange County
820-055-1

May 10, 1955 10.9 Jan. 18, 1957 9.0 Feb. 6, 1958 11.5
July 25 11.1

823-056-1

Jan. 25, 1957 2.89 July 25, 1957 1.17 Feb. 6, 1958 0.66

832-058-1

Jan. 11, 1957 15.3 July 9, 1957 16.8 Feb. 3, 1958 17.6
Jan. 15 15.8

Osceola County
759-052-1

June 8, 1956 12.4 Jan. 22, 1957 12.5 Feb. 8, 1958 15.4
July 11 14.6

810-053-1

Sept. 14. 1956 15.4 Jan. 18, 1957 11.9 Feb. 8, 1958 16.8

812-053-5

July 12, 1956 14.3 Jan. 18, 1957 12.0 Feb. 6, 1958 15.9

816-054-1

May 10, 1955 8.5 Jan. 18, 1957 5.3 Feb. 6, 1958 9.5
July 25

817-054-1

May 10, 1955 7.2 Jan. 18, 1957 6.7 July 25, 1957 7.2

818-054-2

Ma 10, 1955 12.4 Jan. 18, 1957 11.9 July 25, 1957 11.9

Volusia County
847-051-6

Jan. 2. 1957 7.2 | Jan. 15, 1957 7.3 | July 5, 1957 7.5













































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0.5 mile west of Indion River City










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0.2 mile west of Indian River City











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1.3 miles west of Indion River City
















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8 miles east of Tit sville















Well 839-049-1
I mile east of Mims





Welt 839-050-1
0 3 mile east of Mims










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Q 4 rule east oa Mims



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L4 miles east of Mims










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0.4 mile south of Shilo










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1.3 miles southeast of Shilo









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Table 13. Chloride Anallsis of Water from Wells in Brevard and Adjacent Counties
Brevard County
750-031-1


Date
May


May


Sept.


May


May


Sent.


May


May
May


May


May


t


sampled
16, 1947


16, 1947


6, 1956


19, 1947


19, 1947


25, 1947


15. 1947


15, 1947


15, 1947


15, 1947


12, 1947
21


6, 1947


8, 1947


8. 1947


6, 1947


6, 1947


2, 1947


Dec. 18, 1946 612


Cl(ppm)
325


250


38


425


636


575


600


575


600


475


400
362


625


600


375


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Date sampled
Oct. 25, 1956
751-029-2
Oct. 24, 1956
755-031-1.
Oct. 3, 1956
755-031-4
Oct. 22, 1956
755-031-6
Oct. 10, 1956
755-031-7
Oct. 22, 1956
759-036-2
Oct. 10, 1956
759-042-1
Oct. 17, 1956
800-033-1
Oct. 9, 1956
800-034-3
Oct. 9, 1956
801-035-3
Sept. 26, 1956

804-040-4
May 29, 1956
804-040-5
May 29, 1956
804-044-1
Sept. 18, 1956
808-044-1
June 20, 1956
810-042-1
May 22, 1956
812-042-1
Mar. 21, 1956
814-039-4
Oct. 30, 1956
815-044-1


j


C1(ppm) I
305


215


36


440


408


498


620


585


585


465 -


400


590 I


660


380


540 I


540


620


630 ]


Jan. 17, 1957 635


May 2, 1947 650 Jan. 15, 1957 640 Mar. 7, 1957 640
Nov. 12, 1954 650


May_


Date sampled
Jan. 17, 1957


Feb. 15, 1957


Nov. 5, 1956 .


Jan. 17, 1957


Jan. 17, 1957


Jan. 17, 1957


Jan. 18, 1957


Jan. 18, 1957


Jan. 17, 1957


Jan. 17, 1957


Feb. 15, 1957


375


,


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i


c1 (ppm)
308


217


48


440


428


490


625


585


585


465


400


-II



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Jan. 21, 1957 650


Feb. 15, 1957 375


Jan. 21, 1957 530










617-U43-1


Date sampled (:I(ppm) I Dale samplled Cl(ppn) I Date sampled t:l(ppm)

Feb. 15, 1955 750 July 14, 1155 7u0 Jan. 15, 1957 713

818-03t-4

Oct. 16. 1947 n25 ) Nov. 13, 195o 675 Feb. 15, 1957 o42


Aug. 16. 1934



Nov. 20. 1946



Oct. 17. 1947



Oct. 16. 1947



Nov. 19. 1946



June 16, 1954
Sept. 3
Oct. 28



Oct. 16, 1947


770



810



81u



700



695



28
32
37



675


IZE








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Zz


818-042-1

Feb. 14, 1955

I18-044-2

Feb. 9, 1955

618-044-4

Feb. 10, 1955

819-036-2

Nov. 13, 1956

819-036-3

Nov. 14, 1956

819-043-3

Dec. 11, 1954
Jan. 17, 1955
Mar. 3

820-036-1

Nov. 13, 1956

820-043-1


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960



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July 7, 1954 180 Dec. 11, 1954 96 Feb. 10, 1955 105
Sept. 3 131 Jan. 17, 1955 95 Mar. 2 120
Oct. 28 115

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Feb. 19, 1947 1,062 | Feb. 8, 1955 990 | Jan. 15, 1957 990

820-046-1
Jan. 16, 1947 1,212 Feb. 16, 1955 1,190 Jan. 15, 1957 1,160

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Oct. 6 1955 10 Jan. 12, 1956 9 Mar. 7, 1956 14
Nov. 4 11 Feb. 6 9 Apr. 1 12

821-047-1
June 27, 1954 210 Jan. 17, 1955 220 June 22, 1955 161
Oct. 23 228 Mar. 3 197 Nov. 7 164
Dec. 13 200 May 11 180

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822-044-1
Dec. 1, 1948 61 ct. 28, 1954 114 Dec. 13, 1954 175
Ma 5. 1954 48

822-046-1
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822-047-1
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823-041-1
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Oct. 3, 1947 1,120 Nov. 15, 1956 1,330 Jan. 16, 1957 1,100
823-044-4
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Oct. 28 47 _______
823-044-6
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May 2 640 Dec. 28 562 May 2 555
June 3 610 Feb. 1, 1957 560 June 2 512
July 2 560
824-045-1
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May 20 19 Jan. 18, 1955 24 June 22 29
Oct. 28 22 Mar. 3 24 July 21 41
824-045-2
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Oct. 28 13 Mar. 3 14 July 21 14
Dec. 11 19


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