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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 40




MAPS SHOWING DEPTHS

OF

SELECTED LAKES IN FLORIDA


By
W. E. Kenner, Hydraulic Engineer




Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


TALLAHASSEE
1964




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AGRI-
CULTURAC
LIBRARY
































Completed manuscript received
November 30, 1962
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee














PREFACE


In the past few years there has been a greatly increased awareness
that Florida's lakes have contributed much to the development of the
State and that they will have a direct influence on its future growth.
Along with the increased awareness has come an increased need for
take information. To help meet this need the Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund have cooperated in studies to obtain lake information
and to make the information available to all. This report is part of the
work. It was prepared by the U. S. Geological Survey, Ocala, under the
supervision of A. 0. Patterson, district engineer. Funds for its prep-
aration, as well as the collection of field data, were furnished jointly
by the Trustees and the U. S. Geological Survey. Publication costs
have been borne by the Florida Geological Survey.

The Soil Conservation Service, the Florida Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission, and the U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville,
have aided materially in the preparation of this report by furnishing
depth data from their files. Their cooperation is acknowledged with
appreciation.










CONTENTS

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



ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure
1 Location of lakes surveyed in Bradford, Clay, Alachua,
Putnam, and Marion counties . . . ...... . ... 7
2 Location of lakes surveyed in Lake, Orange, Brevard,
Osceola, and Indian River counties . . . ... .. 8
3 Location of lakes surveyed in Pinellas, Hillsborough,
Polk, and Highlands counties ...... ....... ..... 9
4 Depths Alligator Lake (Osceola County) ............. 10
5 Depths Lake Apopka (Lake and Orange counties)........... 11
6 Depths Lake Apthorp (Highlands County) . . ..... 12
7 Depths Lake Ariana (Polk County) . . ........ 13
8 Depths Blue Cypress Lake (Indian River County) . ... 14
9 Depths Blue Pond (Clay County) . .... .. ... .. 15
10 Depths Brick Lake (Osceola County). . . . .... 16
11 Depths Brooklyn Lake (Clay and Bradford counties). ....... .. 17
12 Depths Lake Butler (Orange County). ......... ... .. .. 18
13 Depths Lake Center (Osceola County) ..... ............ 19
14 Depths Cherry Lake (Lake County). . . . ... 20
15 Depths Lake Clay (Highlands County) . . . ..... 21
16 Depths Lake Conine (Polk County) . ...... .... .. 22
17 Depths Lake Conway (Orange County) ................. .. 23
18 Depths Crystal. Lake (Clay and Bradford counties) ...... .. 24
19 Depths Cypress Lake (Osceola County) . . ..... 25
20 Depths East Lake Tohopekaliga (Osceola County ......... 26
21 Depths Lake Eloise (Polk County) . . . ..... 27
22 Depths Lake Geneva (Clay and Bradford counties).......... .. 28
23 Depths Lake Gentry (Osceola County) ......... ... ....... 29
24 Depths Lake Grandin (Putnam.County). . . . ... 30
25 Depths Lake Grassy (Highlands County) .............. 31
26 Depths Lake Hart (Orange County) ....... ....... 32
27 Depths Lake Hatchineha (Osceola County) . . .... 33
28 Depths Lake Helene (Polk County) . . . ..... 34
29 Depths Lake Howard (Polk County). . . . ... 35
30 Depths Lake Huntley (Highlands County). . . ..... 36
31 Depths Lake Istokpoga (Highlands County) ..... ... . 37
32 Depths Lake Jackson (Osceola County) ..... . . 38
33 -Depths Lake Joel (Osceola County) ... . . .... 39






34 Depths Lake Kerr (Marion County)......... ... ......... 40
35 Depths Keystone Lake (Clay County) .............. .. 41
36 Depths Keystone Lake (Hillsborough County) ........... 42
37 Depths Kingsley Lake (Clay County) ................. 43
38 Depths Lake Kissimmee (Osceola County) ............... 44
39 Depths Lake Lizzie (Osceola County) ................ 45
40 Depths Loch Lommond (Clay County) ................. 46
41 Depths Lost Lake (Osceol County) ............... 47
42 Depths Lake Louisa (Lake County) ......... ....... 48
43 Depths Lake Lowery (Polk County) ...... ........ .... 49
44 Depths Lake Lulu (Polk County) ...................... 50
45 Depths Magnolia Lake (Clay County) .. ................ 51
46 Depths Lake Marian (Osceola County) ................ 52
47 Depths LakeMarion (Polk County) .. ................. 53
48 Depths Lake Mary Jane (Orange County) ............... 54
49 Depths Lake Mattie (Polk County). .............. ...... 55
50 Depths Lake Minnehaha (Lake County) ................ 56
51 Depths Lake Myrtle (Osceola County). ................ 57
52 Depths Orange Lake (Alachua County) .............. 58
53 Depths Lake Parker (Polk County). ......... ........ 59
54 Depths Lake Pearl (Highlands County) ............... 60
55 Depths Lake Pierce (Polk County) ......... ....... 61
56 Depths Lake Placid (Highlands County) ............... 62
57 Depths Lake Poinsett (Brevard, Orange, and Osceola counties 63
58 Depths Lake Preston (Osceola County) ............... .. 64
59 Depths Lake Rosalie (Polk County) ................. 65
60 Depths Lake Sampson (Bradford County) ............... 66
61 Depths Sand Hill Lake (Clay County) ................. 67
62 Depths Lake Shipp (Polk County) .................. 68
63 Depths Lake Sirena (Highlands County) ............... 69
64 Depths Lake Smart (Polk County) ................... 70
65 Depths Lake Stemper (Hillsborough County). ........... 71
66 Depths Lake Tarpon (Pinellas County) ............ ... 72
67 Depths Lake Thonotosassa (Hillsborough County).......... 73
68 Depths Tiger Lake (Polk County) ................... 74
69 Depths Lake Tohopekaliga (Osceola County)............ 75
70 Depths Trout Lake (Osceola County) .......... .... .. .76
71 Depths Lake Umatilla (Lake County) .............. .. 77
72 Depths Lake Washington (Brevard County) ............. 78
73 Depths Lake Weir (Marion County) .................. 79
74 Depths Lake Weohyakapka (Polk County) ............... 80
75 Depths Whitmore Lake (Clay County) ................. 81
76 Depths Lake Winder (Osceola and Brevard counties). ... .... 82
Table
1 Surveyed lakes, by counties ................ ....... 3
2 Pertinent elevations for surveyed lakes. ............ ... 4











DEPTHS OF SELECTED LAKES IN FLORIDA


By
W. E. Kenner


INTRODUCTION

This report presents depth data for 73 lakes in Florida. These
lakes lie in an area of the peninsular section extending from Clay County
in the north to Highlands County in the south.

Locations of the lakes are shown on three maps. Figure 1 shows
lakes in Bradford, Clay, Alachua, Marion, and Putnam counties; fig-
ure 2 shows lakes in Lake, Orange, Brevard, Osceola, and Indian River
counties; and figure 3 shows lakes in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, and
Highlands counties. Table 1 lists the lakes by county.

Depth information for the lakes is shown on maps (fig. 4-76) with
contour lines and spot depths. Each map has a heavy dashed line en-
compassing the lake. This is the "zero-depth" contour and is the
datum to which the depths are referred. The elevation of this datum
line, in feet above mean sea level (datum of 1929) is indicated on the
map. The elevation of the datum line relative to maximum, minimum,
and average lake stage is indicated in table 2.

Depth information used in preparing the maps was obtained from
several agencies. The Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
furnished data for Lake Apopka, the Soil Conservation Service furnished
data for four lakes in Highlands County, and the U. S. Army Engineer
District, Jacksonville, furnished data for 28 lakes, principally in the
Kissimmee and St. Johns River basins. Depth information for the re-
maining 40 lakes was obtained by the U. S. Geological Survey. These
were sounded with a sonic depth recorder carried in a 16-foot fibre-
glass boat. Boat speed was approximately 6 miles per hour and the
depth-recorder chart speed generally used was 1 inch per minute. Cali-
bration tests indicated that recorded depths were accurate within 1 foot.






edge holes were noted in mvanty of the suervyted lakie YThei
were usually within 100 feet of shore and were relatively Simia Saoie,
however, were as much as 30 feet deep. The delinhatiw n bf t)he hblit
was outside the scope of this study band no attempt was made to obtain
doaon them.








Table I.-BSuvey lakes, by oafuntie

OCWAoIA POMu I CY ROBA B aU' u a m atz


Aliptor take Lae Araaa Blue Pond tea Le Aptborp tae ApCpIa* take Ap opha rooklt take

Britc take W Coniae Brooklyn Iake ake Clay take Butltr y take Cmmst tak

Iak Center lake toise Crystal take* te Or uy takt Caamy Lae tanta troae n MaW

Cypress Lak Lake elee lake MeneT* take Hu tly ake BMat ake famak tsk. bepm

ut take Tobopekaelp Lake Hoeard Keystone take aIu Istakpop ake Mary Ane take aM*ia2.

tae entry ak twery Kinl ley take lak Pearl take Poanett

lake atchimb s take Lainu L a La n4d take Placid
Lake Jaecaon Lake Marion Magnolis rtae Ltau irem

Lake Joel Lake Mattie Sand ill lake

take Kisolasee La Parker itaore take

Lane Lise ake Pierce

Lost ake e ak Rosalie

Lake Marian Lae Shlpp

Lae Myrtle take Burt

Lake Polnaett* Tiger Lake

take Preston take Weobykapka

Lake Tobopekalig

Trout Lake

tae Winder*


* Part of lake outside of Onunty.







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11V I4 tIAVr*I lIyP' RIyVl eFD rlNA A0n OF W 14 I II'mv M If"lm nirVA(TIA MITIWNII ili4WwlA AVFWRIId IMLWATION HIr'O IBID

iligI ,r tlake notower 190 64,0 66,8 606,1 60.i lt.li
14e* 4d pSe July 19?7 ib,7 ? ., 6O4.0 66,6 14la86a
l1kt Anlhborp July 4954 69., 70,0 ,06 68.8 U165.60
lFai trlaa rFebruary 1968 1 4.1 107, 134.i 1.66 19846-4, 168.60
nRl. Rypreass lke 1984 P0,0 WP,a8 P).4 1956.61
Blue Pod Nnyr1her 160 17V.6 174.4 .73,9 1068.61
Rrleck taks ntobtr 1958 61.0 1944.5.
Irooklya take April 1960 116.9 117.b ut7. 107.4 157.61
Lake Rutler Deember 1961 90.3 101.8 96.fi 99.6 1841.61
take Center October 1952 61.0

Cherry lke Jmuery 196P 9S.7 0 .1 92,9 885. 1966-68
Take ly July ls64 17.1 79.4 75,. 78.0 1951.61
LM CrIoune Mrh 196P IP8. 1Pn..6 18.5 129.1 18.94.4
take Cnwny Jwnuary 196 84.8 09,1 8P.9 658, 198.-60
Trystal lake may 1960
Cypress Take Marcb 1954 SP.0 57.? 48.6 P?.8 1948-60
Puat lLake lvopeklugllp 060 &.% 5P.6 56.4 194141
lau Ilolne WMrch 196P 150,, 1.4 19..1 191. 1.45-62
Tlae neIu April 1960 10P.7 n16.4 99.8 10.. 4 1987-61
Ltk Ilentry 61.0 cG.P 50.7 60.4 1949-61
tWu Orounln Deoemer 1961 81.6 8P2. 80.. 61.0 1957-61
tlau nruiy July 154 9).5 9U4.' 07.0 91.2 1951-61
Tae Sut October 193 59.0 64.0 56.0 50.6 1941-61
take Satchinebs 51.0 b6.8 47.5 01.7 194-.01
Lake elelne WMarh 196L 140.6 140.5 139.8 141.0 1961-62
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SHAMI OFr TAK ATE M VETED RFIPYATTO9 Or lAnr 1T TIR MwmuHW lPFATIOn MI WNIM EIWAtVATO AVHAO ELEVATION n Ur 'e


I"ake arker March 1962 129.1 131.8 127.9 130.4 1949

take Pearl Marcb 1962 .l 88.1 83.7 68.3 1952.8

lake Pierce Deember 195l 76.0 76.9 75.4 76.6 19i4-61

Take Plncd March 1962 90.8 95.6 90.0 93.0 19b5.e

Lake Paoinett 11.0 17.4 8.0 12.3 1941-61

Take Preston October 1982 61.0

take Ronalio May 1954 53.0 55.9 51.8 63.7 1941-t4, 1l-61

lake Sampnon member 1961 10.8 136.2 130.8 13-2.4 1957.81

Sand Hill Take November 1960 1,3. 1 1,.7 1,.2 1, 1.7 1987-61

ake Rhipp March 1962 130.4 132. 10.0 131.5 ,1956-52

take sirens March 196o 82.5

lake Saut March 1962 1285. 129.6 128.3 189.1' 194s6-

take Stemper March 1962 58.7 62S.i 58.7 60.8 194-61

take T'rpon February 196P 1,4 7.1 1.1 2.5 184 -.1

tLke Thonotosassa March 1962 .35.4 36.5 34.6 35.6 196-58

fgeer lake May 1954 50.0

take TobonetalSlip january 195,5 5,.r) 60.6 9.4 53.8 19e-561

Trout take notober 195 62.0

Take Iba1 o llo June 1960 70.0

Takn Aunhington 14.o 20,. 10.7 la., 1u94-62

lake Weir April 1961 57.8 59.5 53.5 56.9 1912.62

Take dVenhyao4aka June 1954 62.0 61.1 61.0 62.0 lsa-.61

Whitaore Lake May 1960

Take Winder 1954 11.0


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Figure 1. Location of lakes surveyed in Bradford, Clay, Alachua, Putnam and
arion counties. :
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Figure 2. Location of lakes surveyed in Lake, Orange, Brevard, Osceola and
hIndian River counties.
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Figure 2. Location of lakes surveyed in Lake., Orange, Brevard, Osceola and
Indian River counties.


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(Osceola County)
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 ft
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Data source: Ll S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.31 E
29 / / 128 27 26

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32 33 34 35




ALLIGATOR LAKE
(Osceola County)
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 fet
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Dat of survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 10 feet
Doto source: U.S. Army Enginerer District, Jocksonville
R.31 E.

Figure 4. Depths Alligator Lake (Osceola County).


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14 13 14 13 18 j


uly, 1957 23 9
2ly. 1957 21 9 20'F 21 22 23 24 19
4 feet 24 19
Data source: Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
R. 26 E. R. 27 E. 28E.

Figure 5. Depths Lake Apopka (Lake and Orange counties).


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LAKE APTHORP9
(Highlands County)
5o0 ,5,0 9100, ,o fell 19
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Date of survey: July 1954
Contour Interval: 10 feet Data source. U. S. Soil Conservation Service
R.29E. R.30E.
R.- 29 E.


Figure 6. Depths Lake Apthorp (Highlands County).














Elevation: 134.1 feet above mean sea level

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LAKE ARIANA
( Polk County)
500 0 800 1000 1800 8000 6lU) .

Date of survey: February 28, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet


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Data source: U. S, Geolagical Survey


R. 25 E.


Figure 7. Depths Lake Ariana (Polk County).


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(Indian River County)
o 2000 4000 6000 8000 feet
Dote of survey: 1954
Contour interval: 2 feet
S t Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R. 35 E R- 36 E

Figure 8. Depths Blue Cypress Lake (Indian River County).
Dateof srvey 195
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R.35Er R.6E
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18 17
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Date of survey: Nov. 29, 1960

Data soe U, S, Geological Survey
,R 23S
Figure 9. D9 /Blue Pond ( y
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BLUE POND '"y--'
(Clay Oounty) /
500 0 500 1000 1500 (et

Date of survey: Nov, 29, 1960
Contour Interval: I0 feet
',I____________________________ ___ Data source: U,.S, Geolo gical Surve
R, 23,E.

i Figure 9. Depths Blue Pond (Clay County).





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Elevation: 61.0 feet above mean sea level



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Date of survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 10 feet
Data source: U S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R31 E.
Figure 10. Depths Brick Lake (Osceola County).
























- -BROCKLYN LAKE
(Clay and Bradford Counties )
1000 0 1000 2000
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Date of survey: April 25, 19tb%
Contour Interval: 10 feet


20 21,
Data souvle: U. S. Geological Survey


Figure 11. Depths Brooklyn Lake (Clay and Bradford counties).


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Elevation: 99.3


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LAKE BUTLER
(Orange County)
noX 0 000 2000 3000 fMl



Date of survey: December 8, 1961
Contour interval: 10 feet


Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R28E-


R27E


Figure 12. Depths -Lake Butler (Orange County).


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.R.31E.


Elevation: 63.0 feet above mean sea level


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LAKE CENTER
(Osceola County)
Q 1oo0 2000 feet


Dote of Survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 4 feet

Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.31 E.


Figure 13. Depths- Lake Center (Osceola County).



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Figure 14. Depths Cherry Lake (Lake Countv)-.


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Elevation: 78.4 feet above mean sea level


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LAKE CLAY
(Highlands County)

500 0 500 1000 1500 feet
I 1 I I
Date of survey: July 1954
Contour interval: 10 .feet
Data source: U.S. Soil Conservation Service
R. 30E.


Figure 15. Depths Lake Clay (Highlands County).


.21






R. 26 E.







Elevation: 128.3 feet above mean sea level
8





10

15













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16


LAKE CONINE
(Polk County)
500 0 500 1000 1500 feet
. 1 I

Date of survey: March I, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet
Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R. 26 E.
Figure 16. Depths Lake Conine (Polk County).









I 18 17



420
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x29 *\ ^
S/ 30

1 16

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Contour interv 0 feet







Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R.29 E. R. 30 E.
Figure 7. Depths Lake Conway (Orange County).
l000 0 1000 2000 3000 (eet
l I'- l I I I

Date of survey: J3n.0 1, 2962


*R.29 E. R.30E.

Figure 17. Depthsy-L)ke Conway (Orange County).







R22E. R.23E


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7


CRYSTAL LAKE
( Cloy and Bradford Countles)

500 0 500 1000 1500 feet
I I. I I I

Date of survey: May 10, 1960
Contour interval: 10 feet


Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R.22E. R23E

Figure 18. Depths Crystal Lake (Clay and Bradford counties).


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29
Elevation: 52.0 1


16


15 14


17


CYPRESS LAKE
(Osceola County)
0 2000 4000 6000


8000 feat
I


Date of survey: March 1954
Contour interval: 2 feet


R. 30 E.


Figure 19. Depths Cypress Lake (Osceola County).


30









31


28
mean sea level


18


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R. 30 E. R. 31E.


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/ 30 29



31 32



2I 6 5

*-- -+ + -- -- +


EAST LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA
(Osceola County)
4000 0 4000 8000 12000 fet 1
1rr 1I I I
Date of survey:--
Contour interval: 5 feet
Doto source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.30 E. R.31E

Figure 20. Depths East Lake Tohopekaliga (Osceola County).


ORANGOE CO. ,- -_ "__
OSCEOLA GO.

3 2 6 /








33 34 35 |

Elevation: 130.3 feet above mean sea level


20 3


4 / 5























15 i 4









LAKE ELOISE
( Polk County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 feet


Contour interval: 5 feet
R. 26 E.
Figure 21. Depths Lake Eloise (Polk County)


\000 0 1000 2000 3000 bet



Data source: I S. Geological Survey











--.--- .-' ---. --,,, ,..;- w

Elevation: 102,7 ft above mean sea level

20 21




) -. __29


LAKE GENEVA
SClay and Bradford Counties)
ftoo o 100 0ooo ooo3000 t


Date of survey: April 26,27, 1960
Contour interval: 10 feet


"-. i ( .'-----" ,\,/


W.,..




32

Ssure: S. Survey
a I Oota source: US.6$.. olog=lcl Survey "


R22E, R.23E.

Figure 22. Depths Lake Geneva (Clay and Bradford counties).


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R. 30 E. R. 31 E.


LAKE GENTRY
(Osceola County)
1000 0 1000 oo0 3000 feet

Date of survey: -
Contour Interval: 10 feet


J J

19 20 21





.1 Doata source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R, 30 E,' R, 31 E.

Figure 23. Depths Lake Gentry (Osceola County).


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Elewtion: 816 ft above mean sea level -


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(Putnam County)
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AKE GRANDIN4
Figure 24. tn depths Lake Grandn (Pnam County)
500 0 500 1000 1500 ft

Date of survey: December 7, 1961 I
Contour interval: 5 feet ___ oData source: U. S. Geological Survey
R24E.

Figure 24. Depths Lake Grandin (Putnam County).











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LAKE GRASSY
(Highlands County)
500 0 500 1000 1500 feet

Date of survey: July 1954
Contour interval: 10 feet


IC
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16

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-/2
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Dota source: U. S.Soil Gonservation Service


R. 30 E.


Figure 25. Depths Lake Grassy (HighIlands County).






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--1 -h --


17


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2 8
29





28
-- + --- -


LAKE HART
(Orang County)
1000 o 1000 too0 3000 fet

Date of survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 10 feet
SData source: U.S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.31 E.


Figure 26. Depths Lake Hart (Orange County).


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Figure 27. Depths Lake Hatchineha (Osceola County).










































Figure 28. Depths Lake Helene (Polk County).

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Map scale should read:
"200 0 200 400 600 800 feet'.







































































































































Figure 29. Depths Lake Howard (Polk County).


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R.30 E.
Elevotion: 83.9 feet above me. ano .level







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LAKE HUNTLEY
(Highlands County)
loo O lo000 2000 feet
_X7
Date of Survey: July 1954
Contour interval: 4 feet

Data source: U S. Soil Conservotion Service
R. 30 E.
Figure 30. Depths Lake Huntley (Highlands County).





;. : l R.30E. R.31 E.
----lL --I-+- -+-- -
Elevation: 38.0 feet above mean sea level
0 I 11 12 7 1 9

I 2 118
| 5 I I^ 1 16

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Figure 31. Depths Lake Istokpoga (Highlands County).














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LAKE JACKSON
(Osceala County)
lo0 10 100 2o000 3000 feet

Date of survey: May 1953
Contour Interwal: 2 feet


I


R. 31 E, R. 32 E.

Depths Lake Jackson


/
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6 5









Data -oure: U.S. Army-- --n ---onvlle

Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville


R 31 E R 3?


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Figure 32.
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(Osceola County).







R 31E R32


S Elevation:


24 /


61.0 feet above mean sea level



19


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25








LAKE JOEL
(Osceola County)
500 0 500 1000


I -





*%*%
%,.


1500 feet


1 [ J | I ,I I I

Date of Survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 4 feet

I Data source: U.S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R 31 E. R 32E.


Figure 33. Depths Lake Joel (Osceola County).


R. 31E.


R 32 F


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..... _... .... ..- ......_ _..-..... ^ _T I .. . .. ...- ...-... .._... .,... .... .. ........ ., --..._ .


S10 I 12
iiyqvlion: 9.9 feet obovi ne *se l1eovel1 I '



17 1 '6 sN 5 14 4I 1^ 13








0/2 24
21 ,



LAKE KERR 1
(Morion County) K---- j __ \ =4 ,' --
10,00 1000 8000 l000 (lt

Dote of survey: Jonuory 24, 1962 "*- .- "-.. ----_
Contour Interval: 5 feet 26 25
S_ Data source: U. Geological Survey
R. 25 E

Figure 34. Depths Lake Kerr (Marion County).





R.23E.


19













KEYSTONE LAKE
(Clay County)
200 0 200. 400
I II I


Date of survey: April 26,
Contour interval: 10 feet


1960





Data source: U.S. Geological Survey


R.23E.

S Figure 35 Depths Keystone Lake (Clay County).


- 41


600 feet
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9


I I


---- +---- -


Sfeet above mean sea level



15


\14


KEYSTONE
(Hillsborough
oo00 0 1000


LAKE
County )
2090


o feet




Data source:


Figure 36. Depths Keystone Lake (Hillsborough County).


Date of survey: Fa'-uary 21, 1962
Contour interval: 6 feet


. . . IL


4







R. 23 E.


Elevation: 176.3 ft. above mean





17


sea


level 16


I 22 23\


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KINGSLEY LAKE
I














Date of survey: Sept. 3, 1959 .'...__...
Contour Interval: 10 feet 27


.. .. ..... ........ ... J. Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R. 23 E.
Figure 37 Depths Kingsley Lake (Clay County).
Figure 37. Depths Kingsley Lake (Clay County).


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R 30EE R 31 E

1 1 36
_t___-_- -+-- --+--+ -..

31 32 33 I
SElevfaton 510 feet above mean sea level
~3- __ 3. 32 | 33
I I "., 2 0- 1 1
a
S6 1 5 4 ,3\ 6 5 4

-- -+--
S 10 7





Si p 1-- -
a\ 7 1 1

99 20 19
19 20 1 2 ZN 21 22

7 -U-----

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29
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at 3 32 33 34 6 I>

-+ -+ -
I- It' ^-- \ *.i \\ 3 2
0 5-
S 4 I~ \\ 3 I 2


LAKE KISSIMMEE
(Oscaolo County)


Date of survey: Jaiuary 1953
Contour interval 5 feet


Figure 38. Depths Lake Kissimmee (Osceola County).







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R. 31E.


- +


Elevation: 64.0 feet


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above mean sea level




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S101
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''


LAKE LIZZIE
(Osceolo County)
1000 o 1000 2000


3000 feet


Date of survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 10 feet


Data source: U. S. Army Engineer Distric
R. 31E.


t Jcksonville




:t, Jacksonville


Figure 39. Depths LakeLizzie (Osceola County).


45


3


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R 23 E.




8 9





+ ti


Elevation: 95.4 feet above mean sea level

/I ,0



17

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to /















LOCH LOMMOND
(Clay County)
100 0 100 200 300 400
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LOCH LOMMOND
( Clay County)
1o0 0 100 200 3CO 400
\ r, I I I I

Date of survey: May 10, 1960
Contour interval: 10 feet



Data source: U.S. Geological Survey
R 23 E.

Figure 40. Depths Loch Lommond (Clay County).





46 -
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R. 31E.











Elevation: 63.0 feet above mean sea level

\\^-_-- ^


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35 / 36


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LOST LAKE
(Osceola County)
500 9 500 1000 150 feet
I I I I I ?

Date of Survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 4 feet

Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.31E.


Figure 41. Depths -Lost Lake (Osceola County).




R 25 E R 26 E.
. = ., ...|


6
7- ----- --


7
,

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5 I
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I- -


LAKE LOUISA
(Lake County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 feet

Date of survey: January 16, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet


Data source: U. S. Geolo


28






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gical Survey


R. 25 E. R 26 E.

Figure 42. Depths Lake Louisa (Lake County).


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I0 II 12



--- ------ +------ + ------

Elevation: 128.8 feet above mean sea level
513
14 tj :7-5-
15


22 24


23





+ ---------------+---- -----


LAKE LOWERY
(Polk County)
1000 p o1000 2000 3000 feet

Date of survey: March 17, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet


Data source: U. S. Geological Survey


Figure 43. Depths -Lake Lowery (Polk County).


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Figure 44. Depths Lake Lulu (Polk County).


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Elevation: 124.7 ft. above mean sea level










5 45 4
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MAGNOLIA LAKE \
(Clay County)
5,0 9 50 1000 DO ip feet

N 9
Date of survey: Nov. 28, 1960
Contour Interval: 1 f t D t ource: U.S. Geological Survey

R. 23 E.

Figure 45. Depths Magnolia Lake (Clay County).









4 I I


2


3 I


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s. J II


17






20


16 1 ..

15
-+-- -


21


I.*


22


LAKE MARIAN
(Osceola County)
I aoo oo400 aoo qoo00 fee

Date of survey: May 1953
Contour Interval: 5 feet


R 32E R 33E
-



6 5 4









S7 8 j9

"1" -,---+ --- -

7 8

5 Io I
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I. I II'
23 24 21

19 20





Data source: US. Army Engineer DIfrlot; ioksobvir"'


.---..--9" R- 3. 33 E.
-. R. 32 E. R. 33E.


Figure 46. Depths Lake Marion (Osceola County).


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Elevation: 66.0 feet above mean
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LAKE
(Polk C
0 2000 4000

Date of survey:
Contour interval:


E. R.28E.


16 15
MARION
county)
S6000 8000 feet

December 1954
4 feet
I Data source: U.S. Army Engineer District. Jacksonville


Figure 47. Depths Lake Marion (Polk County).


53


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R.31 E.


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ober 1952
\.





lANE I "
2000 3000 tilt +

ober 1952 15 -- '
o feetI"


LAKE MARY J
(Orange Count
1000 0 1000

Date of survey: Oct
Contour interval: 1


| Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville'
R 31E.


Figure 48. Depths Lake Mary Jane (Orange County).


Elevation: 60.0 feet above mean sea level

X-9-


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sea level


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10 12















11





14 3








22' 23 -


LAKE MATTIE 4 24
(Polk County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 feet

Date of survey: April 17, 1962
Contour interval: 4 feet
Data source: U. S. Geological Sur
R. 25 E.

Figure 49. Depths Lake Mattie (Polk County).






















































































R. 25 E, NR. 26 E



Figure 50. Depths Lake Minnehaha (Lake County).


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R 31 E. R. 32 E


Elevation: 62.0 feet above mean


I





sea level


LAKE- M
(Osceola
1000 0o 1000

Dote of survey:
Contour interval:


24 19







IYRTLE
County)
2000 3000 feet

October 1952
2 feet I
Data source: -U. 5. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville


R. 31 E. R. 32 E.


Figure 51. Depths Lake Myrtle (Osceola County).





7 16 15 14 J 13 ]

20 21 22 23 24
20 21 22 i 23 I 24
1 1 I


Elevation:


17 16

+ -

20 21 23

---^ ----- ----^_---- ^ /tf--.



+ ---+ -t------+-------
29 28 27 26



ORANGE LAKE
(Alachua County)
2000 0 2000 sooo6000 8000 0o.00oo f
-~-l-
Date of survey: January 28. 1962
Contour interval: 2 feet


20


29
I


-+4------+ V-+--.

25 32
I I 31
57.4 feet above mean sea level
I I di -
++


25




36


Figure 52. Depths Orange Lake (Alachua County).


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R. 23 E. R. 24 E.


--- -- --_---- +



31










I

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-4


























( Polk County )
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LAKE PARKER
(Polk County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 feet
il l nl ..... I I l I


I 33


5

129.1 feet above mean sea


X10


level


I
I



1------ -


Date of survey: March 13, 1962
Contour interval: 4 feet /
Data source: U. S. Geological Survey


Figure 53. Depths Lake Parker (Polk County).


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7



LAKE PEARL
( Highlands County)
200 0 200 400 600 teet
I 1 1 i I i I
Date of survey: March 14, 1962
Contour interval: 10 feet
Data source: U. S. Geological
R. 30 E.

Figure 54. Depths Lake Pearl (Highlands County).


.60 ..







30

-+



31


Elevation: 76.0 fee


6
/
I


29

+



32




I above mean sea


5


18




- -- +


+


28 / 27
I
15









S/ /
33 \ I 34



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level /


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16


LAKE
(Po
0 2000
I ,


Date of survey:
Contour interval:


E PIERCE
Ik County)
4000 6000 .
I i I i


December
5 feet


8000 feet

1954 .


Figure 55. Depths Lake Pierce (Polk County).





61


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LAKE PLAID
(Highlands County)
1200 0 1200 2400 3600 4800 feet
1 t 1 I I I

F Dae atof survey: March 22, 1962
S Contour interval: 15 feet
K I


1




Data source: U.
I


S. Geological Survey.


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Co


R. 29 E. R 30E.


Figure 56. Depths Lake Placid (Highlands County).






4 E R. 35 E. R.35 E. R.36 E.

30 29 28 27 26
I 0 I I
SElevation: 11.0 feet above' mean sea level + + -

33 34 35

-v_ -_--'-

r i i--\ 2 1 6



-- --. -
2E I 1




fee I 21 226
9010 cow ^ 15 x$ r I1

S"eet /- -23 24--1
Data source: U S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.34E, R.35E,.on RI5 ts E. 6 I!
Figure 57., Depths Lake Poinsett (Brevard, Orange, and Osceola counties.







Elevation: 61.0 feet above mean sea level


I


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19
29








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4%a


LAKE PRESTON
(Osceola County)
o000 0 000 2000
i I , I I I "1

Dote of Survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 5 feet


4%,


Data source: ULS.


Engineer District, Jacksonville


I










17 16











+-


'21




/l


Figure 58. Depths Lake Preston (Osceola County).



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21
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LAKE ROSALIE
( Polk County)
2000 0 2000 4000
I . .. 1 I I


Date of survey:
Contour intervel:


May
5 feel


Figure 59. Depths Lake Rosalie (Polk County).


15


3






6000 feet

1954
t








R. 2I E
....._. 0. ..... .. ...............,----1.-..o
glevqlion; 130I79 It. above mean sea level

a2 0 AI\


LAKE SAMPSON 4
(Bradford County)
1000 0 1000 000 w000 felt -
I I I...... i"


Dote of survey: December 12,'1961 3
Contour Interval: 4 feet


i i




Daot source: U. S. Geological Survey


', ,
,


R. 21 E.

Figure 60. Depths Lake Sampson (Bradford County)


tO
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-- ----- "I~------ C-' 'IL -~--







SR.23 E.


32 I



SAND HILL LAKE
(Clay County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 feet


SDate of survey: Nov. 28, 1960
Contour Interval: 10 feet


I _
I'
34








-Data s G l


Data source: U.S. Geological Survey


R, 23 E.


Figure,61. Depths Sand Hill Lake (Clay County).


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Elevation: 130.3 feet above mean sea level

J-..--


LAKE SHIPP
(Polk County)
500 0 Q00 1000


1500 fet


Data source: U. S.


Figure 62. Depths Lake Shipp (Polk County).


Date of survey: March I, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet


Survey


-1- -
-;rs..~u~ ,-iii--r-----
; ;; ?-- --;- -~;~,-~--~; -
I-i. ; ---. -I---- --;-;~


--- ;----
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R.29 E. R.30E.


Elevation: 82.5 feet above mean sea level


/ '5,


45





30




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LAKE SIRENA
(Highlands County)
500 0 500 1000

Date of survey: March 14, I
Contour interval: 15 feet


1500 feet

962

Data source: U.


S. Geological Survey


R. 29 E. R. 30 E.


Figure 63. Depths Lake Sirena (Highlands County).


69





R. 26 E.



9



10

SElevation: 128.3 feet above mean sea level







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15
a15

LAKE SMART
(Polk County)
500 0 500 1000 1500 feet
I I I I I 1 I
Date of survey: March I, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet
Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R. 26 E.

Figure 64. Depths --Lake Smart (Polk County).




70






R. 18 E. R. 19 E.


Elevation: 58.7 feet above mean sea level
01-


24


LAKE STEMPER
( Hiltsborough County)
S 500 100ooo


+-


1500 feet


Date of survey: March 27, 1962
Contour interval: 4 feet
Data source: U. S. Geological Survey
R. 18 E. R. 19 E.

Figure 65. Depths Lake Stemper (Hillsborough County).


500







Elvatioe L45 ft above
7


I


) 21





29



28


LAKE TARPON
( Pinellas County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 feet

Oate of survey: February 20, 1962
Contour interval: 4 feet


Figure 66. Depths Lake Tarpon (Pinellas County).


72


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-1











3








LAKE THONOTOSASSA
(Hillsborough County)
1000 0 1op0 20oo

Date of survey: March 27, 1962
Contour interval: 5 feet


/ f \
!-1












feet



Data source: U. S. Geological


73


Figure 67. Depths Lake Thonotosassa (Hillsborough County).


Survey










I 3


1


7'r
/


---13


'1


TIGER LAKE
(Polk County)
1000 0 1000 2000 3000 feet

DaOt of surm y: May 1954
Contour Intrval: 4 feet


17






- ---


Data source: U S


Jacksonville


Figure 68. Depths Tiger Lake (Polk County).





R. 29E. R.30E.

Elevation: 53.0 feet above mean sea level
19 20 21 22 23 24 29
--" _,, -_ + -- -;^- -\ +

30 29 28 ) 26 25 30


S31 32 33 I 35 36 31 in




30 +290
+ -+ --+ -- -+- -+- -



66 1 6 \ f 2 6 16
7 8 9 5 10 7 9

i- + -i-1/ ^ ,'_-__V__-
18 17 16 i 14 4\ 17 16


19 20 121 xu 24 19 20 21






+0 0 400 8 x8000 fe--
+ + --+ + 1-- ---



II I I2
30 29 / 25 I 30 29 28
--- r +-- 6 --t+s Lk T k lg -(+x +-
i 31 32 33 33
- I I
--+ + J




7 [8 e 9 10 County) 8 9 0
58 5 9
SAII T


1 1 i 15 i 13- 1 5 i3



4000 0 4000 8000 12000 feet
Dote of survey: January 1953
Data source: U.S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R. 29 E. R. 30 E.

Figure 69. Depths Lake Tohopekaliga (Osceola County).
18 +--- -+- -+- I









Figure 69. DCepths Lake Tohopekaliga: (Oscd~o~a County).


75-









R 31E R. 32E.

I


moon see level


TROUT LAKE
(Osceolo County)


ego0 q o_ 1000


1500 feet


"t -


Date of Survey: October 1952
Contour interval: 5 feet


\ ". I
I -6








, *.' "


Data source: U, S. Army Eng


ineer District, Jacksonville ;
R.31E. R.32E. ,
,, ', : ,,,,


Figure 70. Depths Trout Lake (Osceola County).


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r
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r



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R. 26E. R. 27E,.
SI



I I
Elevation: 70 ft. above see level







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,_ //



''is







u0 CO
l l l 1 '
1 9' ,,, 9 ,
(Lak Coun ty '0












Contour Interv 10 feet
Data ource: U.S. Geological :urvey
-- i





24 E .27 E.
,r19 I -e p /e / ", ;o1

LAKE UMATILLA I \ '
(Lake County) i -- /,, .
9 00 0 00 1000 HO1500 I I \ 1'. ; 7 "

Date of survey: June 2,1960
Contour Interval: I0 feet '
,,' oota source: US OGeololo ol Survey



^ ', "* Figure 71. Depth, -' Lake Umatllal a e ; : ,( C ) ,, < : 1,,: ,,: ?' ; i I


::

i ~
~i,~ i





(A -- :' : .' -, '' :^ *^-;^ "
31 t ral 14.0 -feet ebowe mean. see level N

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12 5 I 9 4






C x
I \\\
-- I










13S W 16
L





I i1
S' I-'

D eo rsr e:

242
I I \ 21



---A A 4----- ------- _
25 -

S29 28
LAKE WASHINGTON
(Brevard County)
0 2000 4000 000 8000 feet

Date of survey:-
Contour interval: 2 feet
Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
R.35E. R. 36E.

Figure 72. Depths Lake Washington (Brevard County).


78,










3





10
+-
I










I
, ^ 1-5


IEs


22 23


<4*J ---> 4 .
LAKE WEIR
(Marion County)
20oo 0 2000 4000 *Opo ft6,
Oote of survey: April 5, 1961
Contour Interval: 10 faet


- + --


25


26


S16


lr/- "
Biil


1 21


20
- --- -- ---c


30


29


S. ."!Figure 7,3. Depths


R, 23 E, R 24 E,

* Lk. Weir (Morion Countv).


I I


+- $








20 1


6tp


8 \<


17 1 16

LAKE WEOHYAKAPKA
(Polk County)
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 feet
1 f I I + ,' +--


/ I
- 10+ I-


15


___ ---


I -






I4


- I

-I


Date of Survey: June 1954
Contour interval: 4 feet


Data source: U.S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville


Figure 74. Depths Lake Woohyakapka (Polk County).



80






R. 23 E.


+ --WHITMORE LAKE -
( Clay County)
500 0 500 1000


15 Date of survey:
Contour interval:


May II, 1960
10 feet


Data source:


R. 23 E.


S Figure 75. -Depths Whitmore Lake (Clay County).


I81


1500 feet


i I I


I-






R.34E. R.35E.


25


30


29


Elevation: 11.0 feet above mean sea level

I _
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410
36 -j M f





6/J
C J

7'^


5

+




8









17


if I


18



.AKE WINDER
a and Brevard Counties)
00 4000 6000 8000 feet


13

I




L
(Osceol
0 20c


28











3j3
33


(n
Ln
t-.


c-i
1--:


....-- -





4 3










9 10









16 15


L L L_
Date of
Contour

R 34E R 35E.


survey: 1954
interval: 2 feet
Data source: U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville


Figure 76. Depths Lake Winder (Osceola and Brevard counties).


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