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Title: Water-resources data for Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Union counties, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 43 )
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Creator: Clark, William E.
Musgrove, Rufus H.
Menke, Clarence G.
Cagle, Joseph W.
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Publication Date: 1964
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Subjects / Keywords: Water supply -- Florida -- Alachua County
Water supply -- Florida -- Bradford County
Water supply -- Florida -- Clay County
Water supply -- Florida -- Union County
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 43





WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR

ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES,

FLORIDA



By
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove,
Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.


Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY




TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


1964








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CULTURAL
LIBRARy.




























Completed manuscript received
August 29, 1963
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee










CONTENTS




Introduction .................... ..................... 1



ILLUSTRATIONS


Figure
1 Florida showing the location of Alachua, Bradford, Clay,
and Union counties.. .......................... 2

2 Locations of surface-water data-collection stations and
surface-water sampling sites in and near Alachua, Bradford,
Clay, and Union counties ................... Facing 2

3 Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida,
showing the locations of wells . . . ... Facing 2

4 Explanation of well-numbering system . . . 3


Table
1 Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages . . . 4

2 Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters. .. 26

3 Records of wells ............................. ... 52

4 Geologic logs of selected wells ........................ 112

5 Measurements of ground-water level ....... .. . ... 12.5

6 Chemical analyses and temperatures of ground waters ..... 136

7 Duration and type of surface-water data . . .. 150

8 Surface-water sampling stations and sampling frequency .. 154











WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR

ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES,

FLORIDA

By
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove,
Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.



INTRODUCTION


A study of the water resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and
Union counties, Florida (fig. 1), was made by the Water Resources
Division of the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Geological Survey during the period 1957-61. The results
of this study will be published by the Florida Geological Survey
in the following reports by William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove,
Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.: "Interim Report
on the Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union
Counties, Florida," "Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford,
Clay, and Union Counties, Florida," and "Hydrology of Brooklyn
Lake, near Keystone Heights, Florida."

The following figures and tables give records of streamflow,
stream stages, lake stages, wells, materials penetrated by selected
wells, measurements of ground-water levels, and chemical analyses
and temperatures of surface and ground waters.







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Table I. Streamflow, Stream Gages, and Lake Stages
,..,r e:-eeding .'at-c r.aie is location number on figure 2 and table 7)

2. ATES CREEK NEAR PENEY FARNS, FLA.

Lccation.--Lat 29S56'60", long 8152'15", in NE- sec. 35, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., on woods road,
1.. miles upstream from mouth, and 4.9 miles southwest of Penney Farms, Clay County.

Measurements of flow

ate .Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cts) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)


'-1--5- 21.9 31.84 12-23-58 16.1 31.68 9-28-59 17.5 31.71
L1- -5 48.3 33.05 2-13-59 37.2 32.67 11-18-59 12.4 51.A6
LI-21-5 9-7 31.37 3-16-59 776 0.50 1-22-60 10.3 31.37
1-21-58 23.7 31.93 3-17-59 1,300 41.81 4-19-60 13.6 31 -5
3-13-3S 353. 32.44 5-19-59 372 39.00 5-31-60 22.9 31.91
-83 6.9 31.22 1-t14-59 14.6 31.62 7-25-60 71.1 33. 8
2-56 9.2 51.28 5-20-59 (flood peak) 48.9 7-29-60 568 39.;5
-- 5-58 -.9 31.10 5-26-59 122 35.18
1-23-58 27-. 32.02 8- 4-59 50.3 33.05


3. BLUE POND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA.

Lccation.-Lat 29"52'30", long 82*01'55", in NE1 sec. 19, T. 7 S., R. 23 E., on west side of
Lake, and 6.0 miles north of Keystone Heights, Clay County.

Fecords.-Periodic stage October 1958 to May 1961, contours of lake bottom, and h measurements
of curfov. Maximum stage, 174.45 feet above mean sea level; minimum, 173.31 feet.
Maximum depth, 40 feet at a stage of 173.8 feet. Outflow: Apr. 6, 1960, 2.97 cfs, lake
stage, 17(.11 feet; May 26, 1960, 0.77 cfs, lake stage, 173.56 feet; July 19, 19:0,
*.22 cfs, lake stage, 174.16 feet.


k. BROOKLYN LAKE AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Location.-Lat 29*47'46", long 82'01'21", in SW} sec. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highway 21, 0.9 mile northeast of Keystone Heights, Clay County.

Reccrds.--Stage July 17, 1957, to Dec. 31, 1960; contours of lake bottom; and 5 measurements
of outflow.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 98.09 97.95 98.21 97.93 97.66 97.h0
1-958 97.7 97-43 97.58 98.08 98.53 98.35 98.84 99.36 99.32 99.29 99.65 99.95
1.959 LO.100 101.39 105.89 105. 5 107.14 109.51 110.96 112.20 114.28 115.59 115.85 115.81
o960 115.73 115.83 116.51 116.97 116.34 116.26 116.80 116.93 117.41 116.91 116.55 116.07


Measurements of outflow
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl)

No riw July 17, 1959, to Oct. 15, 1959 5-27-60 3.82 116.41
-3-o60 0.79 115.82 7-25-60 4.17 116.4,8
!-6-60 5.13 116.82 9-13-60 14.2 117.35







Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


5.. BULL CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30*01'49", long 81"53'52", on line between secs. 27 and 28, T. 5 S., R. 24 E.,
at bridge on State Highway 21, 1.5 miles upstream from mouth and 3.1 miles southwest of
Middleburg, Clay County.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)

11-21-57 14.8 11.14 35-21-59 263 17.54
4-11-58 91.6 14.48 5-20-59 2,250* 22.09
5- Y-58 5.1 10.46 7-29-59 12.4 10.83
7- 2-58 4.1 10.38 7-29-60 284 17.88
3-17-59 615 19.44 8-22-60 7.5 10.49
3-18-59 216 17.26 9-11-60 1,510 21.11
From rating


6. BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Location.--Lat 3001', long 8219', in sec. 32, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at culvert on State
highway y 100, 1.6 miles east of Lake Butler, Union County.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge C-ge Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)

5- 8-58 16.1 3.27 9-16-59 72.7 5.24
12-16-58 12.7 3.22 5-18-60 271 7.48
3-20-59 180 6.64 5-26-60 .01 2.35
3-17-59 286 (from rating) 7.61


7. CAMPS CANAL NEAR ROCHELLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 2904'353", long 82*15'00", in SWV sec. 31, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on
State Highrqcy 234, 1.8 miles southwest of Rochelle, Alachua County, and 5 miles upstream
from Orange Lake.

Records.--March 1948 to November 1952, periodic stage and discharge. Maximum discharge
measured during that period, 889 cfs Mar. 16, 1948, at a stage of 66.39 feet above mean
sea level; minimum, less than 1 cfs June 27, 1951, at a stage of 59.86 feet.

August 1957 to September 1960, daily stage and discharge. Maximum discharge during
that period, 1,040 cfs Mar. 24, 1959, at a stage of 66.65 feet above mean sea level;
minimum, 14 cfs Oct. 29, 30, 1958, at a stage of 60.49 feet.

Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 164 164 155 82.5 47.5
1958 37.7 42.1 211 215 161 88.4 79.7 77.2 51.1 23.7 37.6 40.2
1959 107 121 504 426 221 276 221 161 174 232 159 86.0
1960 55.5 50.0 253 260 103 54.6 99.5 329 336


Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 62.49 62.78 62.02 61.53-61.02
1958 61.19 61.52 63.10 63.18 62.04 61.37 61.50 61.41 60.71 60.57 61.04 61.27
1959 62.00 62.25 65.39 63.01 63.43 63.20 62.57 62.22 62.60 65.01 62.16 61.78
1960 61.50 62.06 64.18 62.75 61.90 61.88 63.49 63.82 64.25







Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


8. CIARKES CREEK NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.

Location.-Lat 29"52'4o", long 81339'52", in NEI sec. 23, T. 7 S., R. 26 E., at bridge,
3 miles upstream fran mouth and 7.8 miles south of Green Cove Springs, Clay County.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)

11-22-57 3.6 7.90 6-23-60 15.4 9.30
7- 7-58 3.4 7.90 7-29-60 65.1 10.80
12-10-58 6.2 8.14 8-19-60 4.4 8.15
3-21-59 112 11.22 9-11-60 (flood peak) 13.66


10. DEEP CHEEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA.

Location.-Lat 29*32"28", long 8150'12", in NW1 sec. 18, T. 11 S., R. 25 E., at concrete
bridge on State Highway 310, 2.7 miles upstream from mouth, 4.7 miles vest of.Rodman,
Putnam County, and 6.9 miles northeast of Orange Springs.

Measurements of flow

Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)

4-24-56 40.3 3-18-60 1,280(from rating) 14.16
11-22-57 59.8 9.66 7-29-60 451 12.10
9- 9-58 68.6 9.77 8-22-60 80.2. 10.12
2- 3-59 74.3 10.08 2- 6-61 144 11.00
3-18-59 766 12.94


11. EPOIA CREEK NEAR FLORAHIME, FLA.

Location.-Lat 29044'05", long 81*51'45", in sec. 2, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., at county road
bridge, 1.5 miles east of Florahome.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1950 18.1 11.1 56.6 19.9 7.68 13.9 64.6 21.2 109 170 73.2 40.3
1951 39.3 28.8 28.6 22.6 13.1 7.22 13.1 17.8 17.9

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1950 70.49 70.28 70.92 70.47 70.06 70.89 70.13 69.41 70.70 70.50 69.74 70.16
1951 69.52 69.37 69.52 69.25 69.06 69.22 69.36 69.23 69.26


12. GLEg SPRINGS NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Location.-Two miles north of Gainesville and 0.5 mile vest of U. S. Highway 441.

Records.--Masurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 0.32 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.33 cfs;
Apr. 24, 1956, 0.56 efs; Oct. 17, 1960, 0.42 cfs.

13. GREEN COVE SPRINGS AT GREEW COVE SPRINGS, FLA.

Location.-In Green Cove Springs opposite Qui-Si-Sana Hotel on U. S. Highway 17.

Records.-Measurments of discharge: Feb. 12, 1929, 5.4 efs; Apr. 18, 1946, 4.42 cfs;
Oct. 7, 1950, 4.15 cfs; June 18, 1954, 2.68 cfs; Apr. 25, 1956, 2.74 cfs; Oct. 19, 1960,
3.52 cfs.







Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


14. GREENS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.

Location.--Lat 29054'38", long 8147'40", in SW1 sec. 3, T. 7 S., R. 25 E., at county road bridge
5 miles south of Penney Farms, Clay County.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., ms1) (efs) (ft., msl)
9-11-57 46.2 53.33 12-12-58 142 54.27 1- 6-60 1.16 51.69
10- 8-57 15.6 52.89 2- 4-59 5.17 52.25 3- 2-60 8.72 52.47
11-21-57 1.37 51.58 3-16-59 265 54.75 3-17-60 724 56.10
1-21-58 10.2 52.54 3-19-59 180 54.35 4-27-60 4.71 52.01
3-18-58 13.1 52.76 3-21-59 309 54.87 6-23-60 12.8 52.64
I-11-58 22.3 53.12 4- 3-59 41.4 53.41 7-29-60 206 54.54
S5- 7-58 1.89 51.66 5-20-59 (flood peak) 58.78 8-18-60 2.39 51.79
7- 3-58 .h2 51.48 7-29-59 .94 51.51 9-11-60 847 56.27
9- 3-58 .26 51.37 9-22-59 26.7 53.29
10-23-58 4.ho 51.95 11-11-59 .99 51.61


17. HATCHET CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29042', long 82212', corner of sees. 21, 22, 27, 28, T. 9 S., R. 21 E., at
bridge on State Highway 26, 1.2 miles upstream from Newnans Lake and 7.5 miles northeast
of Gainesville.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (f) (ft., msl)
3-11-48 2,000 76.86 3-19-59 1,700 (from rating) 76.41
J1-24-56 .54 70.29 3-21-59 1,370 75.93
11-18-57 5.29 70.78 1-20-60 9.16 70.44
7- 1-58 17.0 71.47 5-24-60 2.30 70.00
12- 9-58 33.o 72.34 7-16-60 145 72.90


19. HEILBRONN SPRING NEAR STARKE, FLA.

Location.--About 6 miles northwest of Starke and 0.1 mile south of State Highway 16.

Records.--Measurements of discharge: 1903, 100 gpm; 1913, 250 gpm; May 8, 1946, 36 gpm;
May 2, 1956, 12 gpm; Oct. 18, 1960, 33 gpm.

20. HOGTOWN CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Location.--Lat 290 39', long 82 23', in see. 2, T. 10 S., R. 19 E., on Newberry Road
about 400 feet downstream from University Avenue in Gainesville.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs (ft., msl) (cfs) ft., msl)
3- 3-58 67.0 66.91 3-17-59 413 68.46
5-12-58 9.94 62.52 3-19-59 85.9 67.02
12- 8-58 7.62 65.55 11-9-59 8.54 65.75
3-15-59 381 68.31 3-18-60 521 (from rating) 68.76
3-16-59 226 67.78 5-24-60 2.48 65.41







Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and large stages continued


21. KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLENDING, FIA.

Location.-Lat 2958'28", long 81'59'22", in SEV sec. 15, T. 6 S., R. 23 E., on dock at
Officers' club on northeast shore of lake at Camp Blanding, Clay County.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954-
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960


176.58 177.18 177.03 176.86 176.56 176.52 177.01
176.62 176.32 176.32 176.27
176.46 176.46 176.42 176.46 176.44 176.90 177.06 176.58 176.42
176.68 176.58 176.78 176.34 175.92 175.84 176.12 176.32 176.32 176.38 176.34 176.40
176.38 176.42 176.22 176.36 176.20 176.34 176.24 176.18 176.60 176.22 1I6.38 176.28
176.18 175.98 176.12 175.98 175.92 175.76 176.58 176.36 177.34 177.56 176.82 176.80
176.74 176.72 176.78 176.78 176.42 176.22 176.36 176.62 176.82 176.68 176.76 176.84
176.84 177.06 176.90 176.66 176.70 176.66 176.58 176.36 176.58 176.50 176.34 176.20
176.60 176.62 176.66 177.08 176.58 176.70 177.22 177.72 176.98 176.44 176.38 176.72
176.54 176.48 176.42 176.42 175.98 175-82 175.78 175.52 175.42 175.52 175.30 175.16
175.42 175.66 175.58 175.48 175.18 174.90 175.04 175.02 175.12 174.86 174.72 174.58
174.60 174.84 174.48 174.62 174.78 174.92 175.08 174.94 174.92 175.42 175.12 175.02
174.92 174.90 175.02 175.10 175.20 175.70 176.00 176.58 176.58 176.40 176.38 176.18
176.22 176.22 176.68 176.72 176.41 176.26 176.50 176.34 176.01 175.98 176.16 176.31
176.49 176.61 177.05 176.73 176.91 176.40 176.54 176.28 176.82 176.47 176.26 176.18
176-16 176.40 176.62 176.45 176.08 176.16 176.70 176.34 176.68 176.34 176.12 176.00


22. LAKE BUTLER AT LAKE BUTLER, FIA.

Location.-Lat 30*02', long 82'20', in sec. 30, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at city park 0.3 mile
north of court house at Lake Butler, Union County.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 130.80 130.74 150.56 130.36 130.40 130.38
1958 13o.56 130.96 131.24 131.28 130.96 130.76 130.80 131.08 130.76 150.72 150.92 151.02
1959 131.34 131.34 12.22 131.42 132.38 131.34 131.20 130.86 131.18 131.10 130.60 130.46
1960 130.42 131.04 151.70 130.94 130.48 130.94 131.20 131.58 131.48 131.08 130.62 130.44


25. LAKE GENEVA AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA.

Locatfln.-Lat 29046'26", long 82"01'59", in NEa sec. 30, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., 0.1 mile east
of State Highvay 21, 0.8 mile south of Keystone Heights, Clay County.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 100.69 100.58 100.89 100.79 100.66 100.48
1958 100.54 100.57 100.81 100.88 100.61 100.39 100.44 100.33 100.01 99.81 99.92 99.99
1959 100.14 100.25 100.89 100.88 101.13 101.42 101.59 101.99 102.31 102.37 102.23 102.19
1960 102.9 102.28 102.67 102.79 102.55 102.88 103.57 103.81 o04.75 105.17 105.45 105.49








Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


24. LAKE GRANDIN NEAR INTERLACHEI, FLA.

Location.--Lat 2940'16", long 81"52'55", in NE?- sec. 34, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., on boat house
in Grandin Shores Development 2.8 miles north of Interlachen, Putnam County, on south
shore of lake.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 80.39 80.79 81.29 81.10 81.07 80.99
1958 81.21 81.29 81.53 81.40 81.22 81.29 81.49 81.21 81.15 81.05 81.23 81.43
1959 81.51 81.53 82.09 81.91 81.95 81.6 81.75 81.45 81.59 81.149 81.49
1960 81.43 81.59 82.15 81.95 81.51 81.65 82.39 82.13 82.31 81.99 -


25. LAKE JOHNSON NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Location.--Lat 2949'31", long 8157'07", in SEj- sec. 1, T 8 S., R. 23 E., on dock at bathing
beach on northwest shore of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 51 miles northeast of
Keystone Heights, Clay County.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level


Year Jan. Feb. I.ar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


195
19h6
19h7
19h 8
19h?
1950
1951
1952
1953
1951:
1955
1956
1957
1958
195?
19.90


98.145
99.-9
102 .'1
105.51
101.71
100.19
9Y .01
,95.03
98.95

92.93
91.97
95.05
94.99
95.60


98.15 98.111
99.81 100.31
102.33 103.91
10 .Ol 103.31
101.21 101.21


96.91
96.09
99.07
96.o1
92.79
92.01
95.02
95.0
95.72


96.81
96.03
98.79
95.59
92.41
92.31
95.01
95.06
96.35


98.25 98.91
100.21 100.05
103.69 103.41
103.41 102.81
100.91 -

96.9' 97.11
96.21 95.81
98.71 98.29
95.05 94.45
92.30 92.17
92.01 92.79
95 01 94.99
95.11 95.26
96.45 96.37


98.91
99.95
103.51
103.01
99.49
97.81
96.83
95.61
97.77
93.81
92.31
95.23
95.01
95.25
96.25


97.67 97.95
99.11 99.59
99.87 100.01
103.41 103.71
102.71 102.71
99.71 99.41
97.51
96.63 96.71
96.09 97.35
97.63 97.21
93.71 93.15-
92.14 92.03
94.65 94.83
95.01 95.01
95.15 95.28


98.15
99.85
100.21

102.61

97.61
96.61
97.76
97.11
92.88
91.95
95.01
95.01
95.34
98.21


98.01
99.99
101.31
105.1
102.48

97.76
96.61
98.21
97.01
92.89
92.31
94.99
95.01
95.73
98.29


97.71 98.41
99.97 99.79
101.91 102.11
103.87 103.51
102.21 102.01
99.61 100oo.o3
97.31 97.31
96.03
98.41 98.91
96.71 96.21
92.87 92.79
92.07 91.97
95.04 95.03
94.93 95.01
95.70 95.67
98.35 98.35


26. LAKE SAMPSON NEAR STARKE, FLA.

Location.--Lat 29'55'19", long 82"12'14", in NE- sec. 4, T. 7 3., R. 21 E., at lake outlet,
0.4 mile northeast of Sampson City and 5.8 miles west of Starke.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

-9-7 132.34 132.35 132.50 132.49 131.98 131.64
L938 131.77 132.57 133.40 132.74 131.72 130.97 131.97 132.26 131.13 150.82 130.84 131.64
1959 152.38 132.48 135.27 133.58 135.76 133.98 132.29 131.53 133.74 133.16 131.96 131.30
1?6c 131.02 131.42 134.12 132.36 131.36 131.42 134.18 133.38 134.17 132.72 -

Outflow from lake (Sampson River) at State Highway 225
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)

11-19-57 20.1 132.10 9-16-59 159 133.74
7-10-58 48.1 132.06 1-20-60 18.3 131.06
2- 4-59 57.0 132.28 5-24-60 30.4 131.34
3-23-59 325 136.15 7-16-60 61.6 132.13







Table .--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


27. LITTLE ORANGE CREEK NEAR ORANGE SPRINGS, FLA

Location.-Lat 29"31'22", long 81*56'26", in NWk sec. 19, T. 11 S., R. 24 E., at county
road bridge o.4 mile east of State Highway 315, and 1.2 miles north of Orange Springs.


Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Date Discharge D
(cfs) (cfs)


ate Discharge
(cfs)


Date Discharge
(cfs)


6-24-46 46.9 12- 4-47 106 12- 2-48 81.9 9-12-50 178
7-29-46 110 1- 8-18 46.2 12-30-48 81.9 9-28-50 109
8-27-46 99.7 2- 2-48 146 3- 3-49 49.2 11- 1-50 121
10- 3-16 49.3 3- 3-48 65.9 7-27-49 35.6 2- 5-51 44.2
10-29-46 61.9 3-31-48 167 8-31-49 104 9-21-51 25.4
12- 6-46 39.6 4-27-48 44.4 9-28-49 88.0 1-25-52 31.6
3-27-47 82.6 7-29-48 44.0 11- 2-49 61.5 4-16-52 45.6
8-27-47 56.5 9- 2-48 91.9 12- 1-49 44.4 4-24-56 3.77
10- 7-47 256 9-29-48 64.4 12-27-49 23.6
11- 6-47 136 10-28-48 80.3 2- 1-50 17.8


29. LOCH LOWOND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA

Location--Lat 29148'15", long 82*00'50", in NEI sec. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on vest shore of
lake, 300 feet east of State Highway 21, and 1.5 miles northwest of Keystone Heights,
lay county.
Measurements of stage
Date Stage Date Stage Date Stage
(ft., mal) (ft., msl) (ft., msl)

5-27-59 92.23 1-22-60 94.58 8-22-60 96.24
8- 4-59 93.12 2-26-60 94.61 9-12-60 97.09
8- 6-59 93.10 4-21-60 95.25 10-17-60 97.85
9-17-59 93.87 6- 3-60 95-50 12- 8-60 97.88
10- 1-59 94.01 6-21-60 95.31 2- 2-61 97.61
11-16-59 94.65 6-24-60 95.51 3-25-61 97.52
12-21-59 94.69 7-29-60 95.74 5-18-61 96.84


30. LOCHLOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, PIA.

Location.-Lat 29*36'00", long 82*08'40", in sec. 30, T. 10 S., R. 22 E., at bridge on State
aighwey 20, 1.0 mile east of Grove Park, and 3.6 miles west of Hawthorn.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)

1- 7-47 0.25 75.74 5- 9-58 4.90 76.46 5-29-59 27.7 77.10
2-19-47 10.6 76.10 7- 1-58 .07 75.11 7-20-59 17.3 76.84
4-25-56 o (dry) 9- 2-58 1.16 75.41 9-14-59 53.0 77.75
9- 9-57 8.20 76.34 10-20-58 .005 75.02 11- 6-59' 3.59 76.08
10- 8-57 30.9 77.24 12- 8-58 2.53 75.59 1-21-60 1.13 75.70
11-18-57 1.06 75.68 2- 2-59 6.55 75.95 5-18-60 920 (from 81.00
rating)
1-20-58 4.55 76.03 5-17-59 751 80.72 3-28-60 37.4 77.17
3-17-58 70.0 77.65 3-21-59 448 80.02 5-23-60 .36 75.51
4-11-58 93.7 77.87 3-30-59 51.5 77.38 7-14-60 31.4 76.96








Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, end lake stages continued

31. LOCHLOOSA CREEK NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA.

Location.--Lat 2933'55", long 8208'25", in sec. 6, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., at sand road
crossing l1- miles upstream from Lochloosa Lake, and 3-3/4 miles southwest of Hawthorn.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)
2-19-47 13.7 60.71 3-23-49 5.41 60.07 4-23-51 2.62 59.84
4- 2-47 59.2 62.11 5- 4-49 14.8 60.67 5-18-51 1.01 59.79
5-14-47 1.22 59.70 6-22-49 2.99 59.89 6-27-51 .98 59.71
6-24-47 1.84 59.74 7-25-49 6.12 60.04 8-10-51 6.83 60.00
8- 4-47 2.93 59.90 9-13-49 40.5 61.65 9-19-51 84.6 62.32
9- 5-47 51.1 62.01 10-25-49 10.7 60.44 11- 2-51 3.85 59.78
10-29-47 76.6 62.40 12- 7-49 7.62 60.28 12-14-51 6.52 60.06
12-15-47 18.6 61.14 1-18-50 3.02 59.91 1-23-52 6.78 60.01
1-26-48 418 63.99 2-28-50 1.21 59.79 3- 6-52 46.7 61.56
3- 9-48 251 63.24 4-13-50 3.77 59.92 4-17-52 10.0 60.28
4-19-48 62.5 62.21 5-25-50 1.04 59.72 5-29-52 10.7 60.33
5-31-48 3.26 59.90 7- 6-50 33.0 61.56 7- 9-52 1.05 59-52
7-12-4d 1.73 59.73 8-17-50 2.64 59.77 7-11-52 .95 59.51
8-23-48 140 62.81 9-27-50 14.3 60.68 8-21-52 2.47 59.62
10- 7-48 138 62.86 11- 9-50 20.6 60.98 10- 2-52 2.02 59.63
11-16-48 3.70 59.96 12-21-50 6.63 60.06 11-14-52 .74 59.58
1- 5-h9 8.88 60.35 1-31-51 4.36 59.94 12-23-52- .96 59.62
2-17-49 27.6 61.22 3-12-51 4.60 59.88


32. LOCHLOOSA LAKE AT LOCHLOOSA, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29"30', long 82006', in sec. 27, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., on southeast shore
of lake at Lochloosa.

_i Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1942 58.73 58.42 58.49 58.11 57.93 57.98
1940 57.79 57.48 57.28 56.90 56.75 56.53 56.40 56.63 57.37 56.67 56.35 56.20
19'4 56.50 56.19 57.05 57.93 57.61 57-55 57.73 57.97 57.80 58.65 58.61 58.47
1945 58.55 58.38 57.89 57.60 56.93 57.15 58.26 59.07 59.23 58.85 58.50 59.49
1946 59.62 59.45 59.36 58.84 59.11 59.37 60.54 60.92 60.91 60.77 59.86 59.30
19 58 58.95 58.89 59.59 59.48 59.05 58.64 58.67 58.96 59.86 60.58 60.87 60.23
1948 50.88 60.5' 61.59 60.56 59.68 59.30 59.42 60.07 59.94 60.01 59-53 59.34
1949 58.95 59.12 58.76 59.27 58.75 58.67 58.61 59.03 59.42 59.47 59.32 58.98
1950 58.67 58.27 58.25 57.92 57.50 57.25 53.04 58.07 60.04 60.21 59.49 59.19
1951 58.78 58.51 58.41 57.89 57.19 57.07 56.99 57.05 57.78 58.32 58.84 59.03
1952 58.67 59.37 59.25 59.01 58.67 58.43 58.11 58.11 57.77 57.71 57.41 57.19
1956 54.15 54.11 54.10 54.19 54.21 54.24 55.61 55.45 55.32
1957 55.24 55215521 551 55.15 55.33 55.79 56.19 57.14 57.55 57.31 56.91 56.50
1958 56.58 56.65 57.91 58.03 57.51' 57.39 57.39 57.36 57.00 57.03 57.09 57.30
1959 57.76 57.92 59.97 59.68 59.09 59.44 59.14 58.51 58.45 58.18 57.86 57.66
1960 57.50 57.61 59.21 58.84 58.16 58.96 59.54 59.56 60.15 59-91 59-35

VMonthly mean outflow from lake at U. S. 301, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
194q6 196 138 59.6
1947 32.5 21.3 44.0 62.2 34.5 17.6 11.9 16.6 39.4 111 179 154
1948 131 176 270 213 105 41.5 27.5 86.8 104 126 61.8 38.0
1949 14.9 16.6 8.43 26.1 9.15. 2.82 1.95 2.53 17.3 33.2 26.0 14.3
1950 3.92 1.00 .45 .14 0 0 .01 .16 78.1 101 82.0 32.2
1951 14.4 5.45 1.22 .16 0 0 0 0 .03 1.22 3.26 10.0
1952 10.0 14.3 33.0 18.0 5.05 1.27 .12 .05 .04 .65 0 0
1953 .12 .04 .10 .96 .58 .43 .15 2.75 54.0 99.4 55.2 53.7
1954 88.6 50.9 14.8 5.09 .81 .09 .03 0 o o0 0
1955 o o o o o o o o o -







Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


33. MAGNESIA SPRINGS NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA.
Location.-About 4 miles vest of Hawthorn and 1.2 miles south of Grove Park.

Records.--Measurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 1.82 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.65 cfs;
Apr. 23, 1956, 0.016 cfs; and Oct. 17, 1960, 1.03 cfs.

34. MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Lccation.-Lat 29"19'10", long 82*00'55", in NEJ sec. 8, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on southeast
shore of lake at Magnolia Lake State Park, and 2.5 miles north of Keystone Heights,
Clay County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
fear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
- 124.15 123.44 123.84 125332 123.32 123.58 -
1L959 123.88 123.92 124.63 124.26 125.00 124.78 125.00 125.24 124.75 124.62 124.40
1960 124-28 124.29 124.48 124.70 124.76 125.21 124.85 124.64 124.51

Measurements of outflow

Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., mal)
5-14-58 5 124.15 3- 60 13.7 124.40
4-16-58 6.2 6-60 23.0 124.70
5-13-58 4.6 5-27-60 7.7 124.30
1o-23-58 2 123.42 7-25-60 12.3 124.49
2-27-59 8.1 123.92 9-15-60 26.4 125.24


35. NEWNANS LAKE NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Lccation.-Lat 29"39'05", long 82*14'25", in W* sec. 5, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., on vest side
T lake, 5 miles east of Gainesville.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1945 66.58 68.47
1946 68.57 683.1 69.42 69.09 68.23 68.67 67.53 66.81
1947 66.27 66.43 68.33 67.90 66.41 65.76 65.65 65.71 69.15 69.86 69.08 68.12
9la8 69.33 68.67 70.43 68.15 66.65 65.83 66.07 68.19 66.94 67.41 66.57 66.07
19"9 65.83 66.38 65.81 67.01 65.81 65.67 65.75 68.75 68.11 67.45 66.83 66.55
1950 65.85 65.57 65.53 65.19 64.63 64.43 66.63 65.86 68.19 68.73 67.33 66.75
1951 66.53 66.05 66.07 65.67 65.07 65.1) 65.21 65.73 67.05 66.70 67.67 67.33
1952 66.83 68.15 67.55 66.61 66.05 65.97 65.43 65.43 65.23 65.83 65.55 65.33
t157 66.47 67.31 67.39 66.61 65.87 65.45
1958 65.63 66.01 67.79 67.93 66.63 65.87 66.09 65.89 65.07 64.89 65.35 65.71
1959 66.63 66.89 69.31 67.61 68.23 67.93 67.29 66.77 67.11 67.27 66.43 65.92
1960 65.53 66.01 68.49 67.12 65.85 65.79 68.03 68.05 68.83 68.39 67.03 66.09

Measurements of outflow
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(ecs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl)
i- 8-4. 50.6 66.75 10-50-47 610 69.89
2-20-47 65.5 66.40 12-16-47 139 68.25
4- 1-?7 185 68.40 1-27-48 272 69.23
5-15-47 81.3 66.78 3-10-48 402 69.35
6-25-47 39.1 65.83 3-15-48 812 70.90
8- 5-47 25.8 65.50 4-20-48 202 68.60
9-l16-7 29.2 65.58 4-23-56 0.37 -







Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


36. NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Location.--Lat 3000', long 82'17', in sec. 2, T. 6 S., R. 20 E., at bridge on State
Highway 100, 4.4 miles southeast of Lale Butler, Union County.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1950 8.73 4.28 7.82 4.04 21.6 6.10 519 44.2 801 899 63.8 26.5
1951 25.6 51.9 55.0 33.3 4.08 2.38 3.60 11.5 15.3 20.2 114 28.5
1952 23.1 235 106 26.9 6.35 18.2 14.0 25.7 108 85.7 8.36 14.52
1955 126 48.5 63.5 566 12.6 13.6 13.0 507 516 570 74.2 781
1954 178 30.3 23.2 32.8 4.69 1.33 3.55 2.51 64.4 22.6 4.l- 5.11
1955 19.7 96.9 8.80 4.88 1.16 .85 56.5 21.3 18.9 7.66 9.83 4.149
1956 10.2 50.1 12.7 2.52 73.1 29-3 195 17.6 74.3 488 45.4 8.05
1957 5.64 5.81 13.5 17.0 22.6 556 42.5 161 64.2 120 7.22 15.5
1958 44.9 119 567 280 58.1 35.1 205 163 12.6 4.39 16.4 84.1
1959 487 242 1,491 314 801 266 149 53.2 487 232 41.6 21.4
1960 24.1 215 855 358 15.9 82.7 508 281 582 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1950 85.24 85.16 85.40 85.02 85.50 85.03 90.16 85.24 89.00 90.52 85.78 86.79
1951 85.66 85.49 87.18 85.91 84.72 85.17 84.99 84.67 86.74 84.87 86.50 87.16
1952 86.48 90.86 87.48 85.35 85.68 84.71 84.67 88.30 89.11 86.07 85.07 85.07
1953 87.12 86.17 88.08 84.61 85.68 87.11 93.23 91.96 86.32 86.36 91.79
1954 86.48 85.78 85.62 86.15 84.86 84.39 84.75 85.29 88.14 85.01 84.85 85.00
1955 86.08 85.76 85.42 84.55 84.84 84.54 87.44 85.10 84.95 86.20 84.92 84.86
1956 85.64 85.95 84.82 84.73 85.20 90.99 85.67 84.99 86.50 89.55 85.41 85.03
1957 84.98 85.39 85.48 84.85 86.24 86.48 86.32 87.77 86.95 85.32 85.56 85.48
1958 87.27 92.19 89.41 90.08 88.13 87.34 87.72 86.56 84.79 84.92 85.13 87.43
1959 88.36 90.84 90.16 88.61 90.89 89.01 86.75 88.30 88.72 87.78 86.15 85.76
1960 87.48 91.68 90.27 86.93 84.94 87.67 91.25 89.72 92.42 -


37. NEW RIVER NEAR RAIFORD, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30.04'00", long 8211'03", in NE1 sec. 15, T. 5 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on
State Highway 16, 0.5 mile southeast of Florida State Prison and 3.3 miles east of
Raiford, Union County.

Measurements ff flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)
7- 8-58 350 9.64 3-18-60 2,060 14.18
12-15-58 89.4 7.88 3-18-60 2,080 (from 14.21
3-17-59 2,080 (from rating)14.23 rating)
1- 5-60 5.94 6.16 8-18-60 38.8 7.23
9-12-60 763 11.46


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Table l.-Streamflov, stream stages, and lake stages continued


38. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.
Location.-Lat 30*06'48", long 81*59'00", in SE, see. 27, T. 4 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highwy 218, 3.9 miles east of Highland.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 87.5 20.7 24.9
1958 44.3 60.o 120 74.6 16.8 7.65 61.6 51.1 9.30 18.7 41.9 79.3
1959 140 84.4 308 116 173 80.1 60.0 44.8 238 69.3 25.9 20.8
1960 24-. 74.8 167 113 19.3 24.2 136 77.8 202 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 57.11 57.89 57.39
1958 58.21 61.08 58.66 57.81 57.16 57.o4 58.31 56.92 56.42 57.12 57.27 58.64
1959 58-10 61.55 59.13 58.18 59.19 57.09 57.62 59.66 58.61 57.71 57.5357.11
1960 58.97 59.28 59.16 57.76 56.75 58.97 60.85 57.27 61.03 -


39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA.
Location.-Lat 30"06'47", long 8154'24", in NE* sec. 33, T. 4 S., R. 24 E., 0.3 mile
upstream from Big Branch, 4 miles northwest of Middleburg.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfo
ear- Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1951 15.0 8.7 13.7
1932 15.1 14.3 50.4 23.0 16.8 220 60.4 98.1 161 44.6 282 59.3
1933 81.3 143 185 453 39.0 142 599 376 502 58.0 37.7 31.6
193- 30.8 55.9 73.5 31.7 189 681 149 278 75.6 85.8 15.7 22.4
1935 41.5 33.3 21.0 8.97 7.12 6.50 67.5 112 712 64.5 18.6 29.0
1936 61.0 296 161 182 15.8 95.7 58.5 26.5 18.4 274 32.6 70.3
1957 7T 357 79.5 219 56.0 14.3 57.2 106 229 458 89.3 81.7
1938 215 145 47.7 14.5 7.6 12.6 71.7 208 97.0 513 72.3 38.1
1939 4.0 63.5 68.3 57.4 35.0 165 242 416 66.3 38.9 34.9 47.9
1940 108 290 43.0 160 12.4 39.0 187 269 82.0 18.8 11. 165
191 12 1 173 107 35.5 14.3 72.3 349 56.1 99.1 460 304 488
1942 358 401 512 60.2 20.1 156 308 67.1 316 32.5 17.0 40.0
1943 46.1 27.6 74.7 33.8 53.7 60.5 120 330 155 32.3 29.5 40.2
1944 U17 57.0 312 221 70.9 72.1 266 646 263 690 66.2 63.4
1945 312 93.3 26.4 22.8 20.7 53.9 152 565 399 154 33.6 399
1946 243 84.5 83.6 55.5 252 386 378 370 537 287 64.2 32.2
1947 45.6 366 500 168 151 97.0 155 80.2 753 1,087 662 306
1948 336 304 943 566 20.9 29.5 250 582 175 766 56.7 220
1949 92.5 509 54.4 175 84.6 42.6 208 322 568 213 306 76.2
1950 40.1 34.1 77.3 33-5 48.3 21.8 491 27.5 709 1,028 68.9 68.0
1951 64.o 71.9 67.0 52.2 14.9 14.4 22.9 89.0 65.1 58.7 112 68.6
1952 47.8 199 107 65.9 32.7 65.5 58.7 42.0 292 114 27.7 26.9
1953 163 93.6 112 416 21.5 28.4 97.3 666 693 543 121 616
1954 151 70.4 77.1 55.1 26.4 15.2 16.4 7.25 37.6 65.6 20.5 33.9
1955 76.4 122 32.1 30.9 19.6 12.6 39.5 17.1 141 116 83.9 35.5
1956 80.5 138 43.2 26.8 141 102 185 85.8 71.8 670 61.9 37.8
1957 35.6 39.1 84.0 59.6 51.6 235 140 446 212 291 50.1 63.6
1958 130 171 405 349 56.8 47.0 163 242 57.0 63.6 124 233
1959 534 252 1,310 304 713 263 392 103 690 205 81.4 64.9
1960o 722 278 644 346 49.2 64.9 477 194 788 -


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39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLMBURG, FLA. continued
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1934 1.63 2.57 1.94 2.53 6.76 2.51 2.78 4.10 1.55 1.43 1.61 1.56
1935 1-55 1.64 1.22 1.04 .96 1.11 14.37 7.27 5.17 1.60 1.55 1.89
1956 2.82 5.08 5.35 1.43 1.37 2.05 1.57 2.12 1.16 1.93 1.43 1.80
1937 5.85 3.07 4.28 2.71 1.25 1.08 3.99 3.69 4.44 2.29 5.10 2.19
1958 2.45 2.02 2.05 1.24 1.53 1.63 4.50 2.09 4.14 3.66 1.99 2.17
1939 3.10 4.49 1.77 5.73 1.73 2.27 2.74 3.39 2.78 1.69 1.78 3.02
1940 2.36 2.35 2.09 1.66 1.35 1.68 6.04 5.03 2.39 1.38 1.50 3.82
1941 2.20 2.58 1.85 1.41 1.13 3.57 3.42 2.47 1.85 7.27 2.25 6-88
1942 2.32 5.10 4.04 1.63 1.46 5.14 3.30 1.94 2.76 1.55 1.55 2.74
1943 2.11 1.57 1.63 1.51 1.84 2.92 2.63 2.68 2.55 1.44 1.73 2.37
1944 1.89 1.76 4.54 2.37 1.85 1.63 3.01 5.67 2.06 3.13 2.94 2.06
1945 3.40 1.97 1.49 2.41 1.2o 2.. 2.32 2.>4 2.59 2.uL 1.68 12.00
1946 2.89 2.24 2.90 2.12 2.72 7.62 9.16 12.40 3.97 2.25 2.03 1.83
1947 4.00 3.00 3.80 1.72 5.74 4.06 3.12 1.93 4.78 5.13 3.08 2.92
1948 7.76 2.94 5.19 1.86 1.50 1.68 7.58 2.08 2.77 2.27 2.95 3.64
1949 2.71 2.47 1.89 1.97 1.44 2.20 1.86 12.66 15.12 3.37 2.31 2.23
1950 1.78 1.88 2.52 1.70 1.56 1.35 2.73 1.96 11.84 3.45 2.07 3.07
1951 2.04 1.84 2.2. 1.74 1.42 1.49 1.83 1.65 3.02 1.84 2.16 2.73
1952 2.5b >.uO 2.71 2.17 3.19 1.39 1.49 2.01 3.77 1.84 1.68 1.73
1953 2.16 1.94 1.87 2.02 1.31 1.69 3.87 11.20 9.27 2.16 2.40 6.54
1954 2.25 2.44 1.86 2.33 1.73 1.43 1.30 1.56 2.69 1.50 1.57 1.78
1955 2.38 1.87 2.29 1.43 1.60 1.68 2.01 1.38 2.25 3.76 1.84 1.78
1956 2.28 1.99 1.66 1.81 1.95 8.83 2.47 1.72 2.36 3.26 1.94 1.79
1957 1.76 2.25 2.26 1.64 1.83 1.68 6.40 3.52 5.50 2.01 2.39 1.99
1958 2.99 12.20 3.44 2.64 2.30 2.46 4.74 1.91 1.67 1.95 2.16 2.99
1959 2.76 9.78 3.58 2.45 3.45 2.72 2.47 4.77 2.93 2.57 2.24 2.05
1960 4.14 6.17 4.99 2.40 1.61 2.96 10.27 2.27 13.87 -


40. OLUSTEE CREEK AT PROVIDENCE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30"00', long 8234', in sec. 36, T. 5 S., R. 17 E., at bridge on State
Hihway 238, 1.5 miles west of Providence, Union County.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 111 3.92 16.2
1958 58.9 86.4 388 376 32.4 15.4 101 169 15.9 .79 2.62 8.14
1959 185 69.4 919 168 772 357 101 29.8 162 197 67.3 25.1
1960 22.6 266 756 115 18.8 21.0 189 248 176 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 57.19 57.03 57-72
1958 59.24 60.18 60.00 59.32 57.93 59.41 58.85 59.32 56.21 56.07 56.17 57.53
1959 58.97 59.70 60.09 59.71 60.47 59.08 58.83 57.50 59.42 59.34 58.87 58.13
1960 58.57 61.02 60.07 59.50 56.60 59.11 60.45 60.19 60.28 -







Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


42. ORANGE CREWK AT ORANGE SPRINGS, FIA.
Lccaticn.-Lat 29'0'34", long 81"56'47", in sec. 25, T. 11 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highway 315, 0.2 mile northwest of Orange Springs.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. ;ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
192 64.7 107 44.1 24.9 44.6
1954 31.2 14.6 18.5 7.35 6.62 7.05 10.2 44.5 129 19.6 12.4 13.7
1944 31.5 15.8 54.6 102 40.2 27.8 45.7 68.2 45.7 116 85.5 74.2
1945 105 72.7 54.3 13.5 8.77 9.10 125 119 175 136 74.4 170
1946 257 191 192 1199 17 19 238 613 733 788 556 545
197T 198 170 299 298 166 103 110 163 278 427 652 556
1948 518 586 938 755 349 178 197 472 404 598 366 297
1949 156 208 139 232 116 77.6 71.1 113 177 228 191 151
1950 95.0 64.2 63.5 42.0 21.3 9.09 41.9 42.9 526 612 430 286
1951 214 161 125 67.8 25.8 12.2 14.7 19.0 37.2 166 207 253
1952 198 267 344 242 129 88.6 60.0 57.5 56.8 75.4 31.4 23.4
1955 11.1 6.60 5.67
1956 =-97 11.9 5.72 6.45 7.04 8.11 15.1 10.9 8.06 55.4 11.4 8.00
1957 C.89 7.65 14.1 14.0 22.2 36.5 22.6 97.4 82.5 52.3 12.6 14.4
1958 32.8 56.2 200 270 185 112 81.1 59.0 35.0 37.8 51.3 48.6
1959 91.4 91.7 452 744 504 558 627 517 541 403. 302 158
1960 122 137 401 503 303 245 399 599 834 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1912 24.63 23.23 24.31 23.05 22.76 23.89
1943 22.74 22.27 22.13 21.61 21.71 22.17 21.89 22.41 23.38 22.07 22.63 22.39
1944 22.49 22.21 25.52 23.81 22.89 22.69 23.24 23.09 22.87 24.51 24.29 24.11
1945 24.41 25.71 22.53 22.67 21.53 22.99 24.22 24.81 25.11 24.49 23.77 26.71
1946 25.69 25-72 25.55 24.09 24.71 25.23 26.87 27.25 27.49 27.33 26.65 25.87
1947 25.21 25-33 25.97 25-79 25.33 24.57 24.41 25.05 26.51 26.81 27.13 26.67
1948 27.31 26.79 27.87 26.95 25.91 24.85 27.01 26.41 26.83 26.55 25.11 25.83
1949 25.09 25.36 24.41 25.17 24.01 24.57 23.61 26.21 26.63 25.46 25.37 24.75
1950 24.03 25.49 23-51 22.65 22.09 22.25 25.01 23.91 26.83 27.13 26.43 26.51
1951 25.21 24.63 24.49 23.17 21.95 21.99 22.03 21.97 23.53 24.15 25.59 26.07
1952 25-19 26.47 26.23 25.47 25.01 23.61 23.19 23.56 23.69 23.29 22.61 22.41
1955 21.44 21.45 21.51
1956 21.83 21.67 21.39 21.81 21.29 22.00 22.67 21.66 21.74 22.61 21.78 21.60
1957 21.61 22.02 21.95 21.61 22.08 21.98 24.54 24.57 23.30 21.97 22.11 21.92
1958 25.05 24.13 25.51 25.69 24.59 24.36 24.41 22.73 22.43 22.81 22.53 23.10
1959 24.08 24.97 27.16 27.14 26.52 27.05 26.97 27.02 26.60 26.31 25.71 25.01
1960 24.71 25.22 26.85 26.45 25.30 26.72 27.05 26.96 27.83 -








Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


43. ORANGE LAKE AT ORANGE LAKE, FIA.

Location.--Lat 29025'50", long 82*12'10", in sec. 21 or 28, T. 12 S., R. 21 E., on
southwest shore of lake and east side of town of Orange Lake.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1935 58.4 57.8
1936 57.8 58.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 58.0 57.7 57.6 57.8 57.6 57.6
1937 57.3 58.0 58.0 58.5 58.4 58.0 57.6 57.7 58.8 59.6 59.3 59.2
1938 59.1 59.0 58.9 58.1 57.6 57.5 57.7 57.7 58.3 58.9 58.7
1939 58.5 58.3 58.1 57.8 57.9 57.7 59.6 60.0 59.7 59-3 58.6 58.3
1940 58.1 58.0 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.2 57-9 57.3 56.8
1941 58.7 58.2 58.4 58.9 58.6 57.8 58.5 58.7 58.4 58.2 61.5 60.5
1942 60.1 59.4 59.9 60.1 59.4 58.8 58.21 57.97 58.00 57.65 57.33 57.41
1943 57.22 56.87 56.68 56.23 56.05 55.57 55.37 55.63 56.02 56.05 55.82 55.68
1944 55.74 55.65 56.15 57.49 57.33 57.26 57.41 57.55 57.55 58.19 58.29 58.08
1945 58.13 57.95 57.48 57.11 56.45 56.76 57.22 58.63 58.83 58.51 58.15 58.81
1.946 59.15 59.01 58.95 58.51 58.71 59.05 59.95 60.53 60.51 60.31 59.57 58.91
1947 58.48 58.37 59.11 59.06 58.70 58.26 58.23 58.49 59.37 60.09 60.23 59.72
1948 60.23 60.02 60.91 59.96 59.16 58.74 58.93 59.51 59.42 50 44 59.04 58.84
1949 58.47 58.68 58.35 58.82 58.42 58.34 58.21 58.32 58.90 58.98 58.78 58.44
1950 58.05 57.58 57.44 57.15 -56.96 56.78 57.53 57.41 59.27 59.47 58.66 58.32
1951 57.93 57.56 57.38 56.99 56.50 56.45 56.40 56.56 57.26 57.83 58.23 58.37
1952 58.03 58.76 58.75 58.49 58.07 57.76 57.27 57.21 57.01 56.85 56.67 56.49
1953 56.66 56.64 56.69 57.83 57.42 57.56 57.34 58.29 59.32 59.22 58.77 59.41
1954 59.16 58.61 58.27 58.09 57.62 57.13 57.00 56.49 56.37 56.16 55.93 55.86
1955 55.82 55.86 55.61 .55.14 54.70 54.74 54.22 54.39 53.98 53.56 53.27 52.76
1956 52.62 52.13 51.28 51.26 50.74 50.48 50.50 51.04 51.20 52.11 52.08 51.81
1957 51.71 51.36 51.16 50.88 50.74 51.12 51.58 53.16 54.80 55.75 55.93 55.96
1958 56.19 56.36 57.80 57.99 57.58 57.37 57.32 57.36 56.98 57.05 57.08 57.25
1959 57.75 57.91 60.11 59.63 50.09 59.35 59.08 58.39 58.33 58.14 57.81 57.60
1960 57.42 57.52 59.18 58.86 58.11 58.81 59.28 59.63 60.08 -

Monthly mean outflow at U. S. 301, in cfs
1946 423 278 187
1947 125 97.0 139 173 111 68.9 53.3 60.8 96.3 236 369 275
1948 240 327 539 470 208 116 85.6 182 217 306 212 173
1949 129' 131 104 113 89.2 43.6 43.0 38.8 102 128 114 108
1950 76.2 51.6 42.6 32.3 15.2 4.06 17.8 26.9 284 348 308 190
1951 147 104 70.4 49.5 20.4 5.45 5.86 4.40 10.9 70.2 96.7 151
1952 125 133 227 172 95.4 63.5 38.5 28.8 26.5 21.4 16.2 10.4
1953 12.3 13.7 11.2 41.3 65.8 45.2 39.9 56.2 258 418 302 297
1954 398 281 174 118 55.9 32.1 20.7 14.1 8.58 7.19 3.76 2.70
1955 1.84 2.29 1.42 .42 .02 0 0 0 0 -


44. ORTEGA CREEK NEAR JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Location.--Lat 30014'50", long 8147'49", on line between sees. 10 and 15, T. 3 S., R. 25 E.,
at bridge on JacksonvilleHeights Road, 1- miles west of Jacksonville Heights, and 5 miles
southwest of city limits of Jacksonville.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)
4-19-56 1.09 6.02 3-19-59 297 12.24
9-10-58 2.66 6.18 3-21-59 491 13.02
12-19-58 20.2 7.33 8-17-60 23.4 7.63







Table 1.--Streamflov, stream stages, and lake stages continued


45. PEBBLE LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Location.--Lt 29"49'31", long 8L057'10", in SES sec. 1, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on east shore
of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 5z miles northeast of Keystone Heights.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. kov. Dec.


104.90 105.32 105.20
110.98 110.58 110.54
13.16 113.46 115.76
113.46 113.6 112.46
106.56 105.46 o04.51


105.71 -

98.76 98.36
- 98.00
88.78 88.58
84.91 84.71
93.16 93.18
92.66 92.38
106.74 106.53


105.02 105.86
110.42 110.02
115.40 115.16
u2.46 111.16
104.56 104.16


98.536 98.86 98.96

96.64 95.60 94.62
87.76 87.24 86.54
84.64 84.24 84.92
94.16 94.77 95.30
93.28 95.92 98.42
106.78 107.00 -


S 103.82
106.86 107.81
109.60 108.96
115.06 114.16
111.56 109.76
102.16 101.86


103.58 105.88 103.94 103.84 104.60
111.15 110.96
108.86 108.96 109.76 111.46 112.56
14.16 114.66 114.36 113.96
109.26 108.11 107.92 107.46 107.o0
101.26 104.68 105.24


- 95.84 96.84
98.64 100.06 101.16

93.44 93.00 92.12
86.48 86.07 85.72
85.36 86.16 86.86
95.62 95.53 95.42
99.62 100.88 102.73
106.94 107.26


98.24 98.31 98.76


- 100.92
91.36 90.60
85.61 85.82
87.84 89.18
94.64 94.04
103.58 106.66
- 109.76


100.56 99.08
90.04 89.24
85.44 85.16
91.15 92.50
93.54 93.02
106.94 107.02
0o.04 109.90


47. POE SPRINGS NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.

Location.--About 3.7 miles west of High Springs on south bank of the Santa Fe River.


Date Discharge Date Di charge
icrs) c)

2-19-17 86.5 12-13-41 84.0
1-51-29 75.1 7-22-46 75-3
5-14-32 31.2 5- 2-56 39.2
10-17-60 91.7


50. SAND KIL. LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Location.-Lat 29'51'01", long 82*01'10", on line between sees. 29 and 32, T. 7 S., R. 23 E.,
on west shore of lake, 3.5 miles north of Keystone Heights.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 131.32 131.26 131.62 131.32 131.48 131.32
1958 11.42 131.42 131.80 131.88 131.63 131.58 131.57 131.47 131.51 131.25 131.35 13l.41
1959 131.65 131.71 132.24 131.94 132.37 132.13 132.11 132.04 132.36 132.22 131.86 131.66
1960 131.52 131.72 152.06 131.98 131.68 131.74 131.86 132.02 152.30 -


1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950,
1951
1952
1955
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960


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Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


51. SANTA FE LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Location.--Lat 2945'38", long 8204'30", in NHW sec. 35, T. 8 S., R. 22 E., on north
shore of lake 3.1 miles southwest of Keystone Heights.

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 138.84 139.01 139.20 139.12 139.02 138.91
1958 159.02 139.18 14o.02 140.46 14o0.0 140.12 14o.32 140.44 140.30 14o.o8 140.34 140.51
1959 410 1 4 141.26 142.54 141.98 141.98 141.74 141.64 141.50 141.82 141.40 140.86 140.60
1960 140.46 140.58 141.48 141.21 140.58 140.89 141.82 141.68 142.12 141.74 141.32 140.89


52. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR FORT VfHITE, FLA.

Location.--Lat 29*51', long 8243', in sec. 28, T. 7 S., R. 16 E., 2 miles upstream from
bridge on State Highway 47, 5 miles south of Fort White and 15 miles upstream from mouth.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1927 1,130 1,000 970
1928 963 905 995 1,900 2,980 1,550 2,310 3,550 3,960 4,190 2,260 1,610
1929 2,090 1,840 2,270 2,030 1,490 1,390 1,700 2,490 2,680 3,650 1,970 1,580
1930 1,650 -

1932 794 785 972 1,380 1,080 940 926
1955 846 960 1,090 2,200 1,350 1,030 1,oho 1,250 1,920 1,220 1,020 939
1934 888 858 877 848 922 3,820 2,270 2,270 1,760 1,327 1,121 997
1935 943 872 785 773 762 731 811 1,333 4,421 2,418 1,580 1,371
1936 ;,250 1,752 1,750 1,604 1,169 1,09I 1,142 1,179 1,094 1,358 1,185 1,0806
1957 1,075 2,010 1,935 2,359 1,637 1,275 1,217 1,486 2,478 2,920 1,558 1,410
1958 1,635 1,67, 1,275 1,097 1,007 ,oo000 1,166 1,674 1,298 1,600 2,050 1,324
1939 1,172 1,096 1,098 938 921 1,174 1,809 2,110 1,616 1,320 1,153 1,080
1940 1,075 1,353 1,338 1,292 1,051 986 1,263 1,687 1,556 1,026 918 914
1941 1,118 1,262 1,293 1,170 1,019 1,045 2,029 1,903 1,436 2,586 3,298 2,767
1942 3,415. 2,625 4,369 2,758 1,885 1,701 1,794 1,834 1,792 1,552 1,338 1,238
1943 1,147 1,074 1,075 988 959 947 962 1,354 1,151 948 866 827
1944 836 828 990 2,573 1,339 938 1,182 2,727 2,057 3,167 2,283 1,438
1945 1,892 1,566 1,255 1,092 1,010 945 1,097 2,178 2,014 1,529 1,095 1,202
1946 1,984 1,451 1,187 1,110 1,778 2,020 2,433 3,146 2,663 2,495 1,713 1,370
1947 1,210 1,466 2,226 1,928 1,339 1,367 1,192 1,188 2,047 3,906 3,840 2,680
1948 2,452 2,832 5,345 4,668 2,582 1,892 1,705 3,087 2,347 3,282 2,036 1,917
1949 1,773 2,481 1,790 1,777 1,580 1,486 1,603 1,746 3,438 2,052 1,924 1,674
1950 1,431 1,284 1,226 1,150 1,102 1,053 1,433 1,288 3,387 3,385 2,637 1,722
1951 1,492 1,346 1,290 1,287 1,152 1,083 1,066 1,137 1,133 1,145 1,266 1,216
1952 1,139 1,390 1,603 1,233 1,042 996 928 927 1,019 1,109 963 911
1953 1,028 992 989 1,859 1,321 1,106 1,087 1,636 3,094 3,089 1,861 2,654
1954 1 3,046 1,835 1,526 1,368 1,246 1,120 1,090 1,057 1,080 1,080 925 892
1955 885 1,095 970 909 874 836 882 816 756 730 712 679
1956 678 691 673 671 738 679 838 811 780 1,202 1,115 813
1957 728 703 670 684 636 2,090 1,370 1,697 1,256 1,632 1,149 1,050
1958 1,051 1.127 -2,075 2,163. 1,673 1,257 1,689 1,538 1,284 1,104 1,110 1,158
1959 1,855 1,789 4,238 3,515 3,409 4,063 2,625 2,031 2,211 2,593 2,031 1,653
1960 1,511 1,658 3,409 2,822 1,963 1,660 2,259 2,895 2,764 -







T'bLe 1.--Strea.-aflow, stream otaus, nnd lake stuaes continued


52. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR FORT WHt'rTh, FIA. continued

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Yefi Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

L; 21.68 21.59 22.31 22.72 21.71 21.78 21.60
L -j ?L.60 22.44 22.55 25.28 22.to 21.83 22.14 22.17 22.41 21.96 21.77 21.71
L):5 2L.b5 2L.uL 2L.t) .2 22.02 25.41 22.87 22.76 22.21 21.98 21.63 21.71
1 )J 2L.67 2L.60 21-.5., 21.- 21.48 21.45 21.78 23.75 26.58 22.83 22.25 22.0:
L Ai 2L.90 25.^2 22.-6 22.21 21.97 21.91 22.20 21.99 21.89 22.39 21.90 21.94
L 22.47 24.84 22.r,0 25.25 22.19 22.06 22.28 22.45 23.55 22.77 22.35 22.15
L.5 22-54 22.25 ?1.)7 21.81 21.75 22.00 22.10 22.21 21.94 26.0)1 22.30 22.01
L O) 2L-.) 21.-6 21.79 21.74 21.68 22.40 22.55 22.86 22.26 21.99 21.89 21.86
L O L. I.d 22.61; 2.P97 21.99 21.79 21.80 22.55 22.85 21.88 21.67 21.57 21.82
LJ.. 2L.90 2L.~8 21.95 21.82 21.75 22.73 24.41 22.38 22.12 26.07 23.56 24.92
L.:2 :5.68 2t.2' 26.80 23.16 22.54 22.51 22.91 22.58 22.47 22.18 22.02 21.93
L 2L.I' 2L.50 21.& 21.70 21.77 21.73 21.76 22.22 21.86 21.614 21.58 21.54
L.h I 2 L.: 2L.55 22.67 22.97 21.80 21.66 23.05 P4.13 22.50 26.05 22.49 22.12
1.,, 22.r 22.2 21 Pi.9 21.82 21.7' 21.72 22.19 25.29 22.55 21.96 21.74 23.37
L Jr 25.45 22,.1 22.04 21.89 22.62 23.13 24 .09 2 .65 25.78 22.87 22.30 22.03
L 4 ? 2L.'4 22.26 25.56 22.60 22.19 21.9h 21.95 21.85 28.90 27.71 27.79 27.351
Ld 25.52 25.2 29.21 27.95 23.09 22.56 22.91 23.90 22.95 23.33 22.69 23.00
L i, 22.52 25.57 22.49 22.56 22.28 22.36 22.43 24.43 22.43 22.66 22.86 22.53
L ),3 :'2.L L D 1.99 21.9 21.86 21.84 21.73 22.60 21.87 23.27 26.65 22.77 22.38
!,L 2:'.Lt 22'.0f, 22.L1 22.00 21.84 21.82 21.83 21.89 22.06 21.73 22.20 21.99
L.'?2 2- L. 234 22.55 22.08 22.06 22.06 21.94 21.92 22.12 21.94 21.75 21.71
L .',)5 L.8) 2L.78 2L.-9 25.22 21.95 22.14 22.08 25.35 24.01 22.98 22.41 26.71
L)', ,5.3) 2:'.6 22.26 22.13 21.98 21.90 21.88 21.86 22.01 21.72 21.65 21.62
L?') 2L.&9 21.90 21.68 21.63 21.62 21.61 21.73 21.53 21.55 21.44 21.59 21.36
L'y)oI 21.56 21.42 21.55 21.55 21.45 21.49 21.70 21.60 21.67 22.51 21.61 21.h
L)'7 L.55 21.35 21.55 21.39 21.45 22.52 22.13 22.20 22.07 22.08 21.90 21.78
L)58 2L.-)2 2.L2 23.50 24.53 22.32 22.28 22.45 22.47 21.98 21.86 21.824 22.01
L;,i ? 22.47 22.55 29.64 24.68 28.10 24.06 23.57 22.66 23.68 23.51 22.63 22.56
L 2, 2 ;.2 .54 255.76 23.98 22.51 22.64 24.30 24.03 2.7 -


55. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA.

Location.--Lat 29"50'46", long 82*13'U1", in NE! sec. 32, T. 7 S., R. 21 E., at bridge
on State Highvwy 225, and 1 mile south of Graham, Bradford, County.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfl
fear .Trn. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

--- 25.7 43.4 -377 4.58
158 12.o 29.5 160 81.8 26.1 6.58 78.7 49.8 21.3 7.4 37.1 46.5
L1)5 106 49.2 387 147 254 180 103 58.6 194 181 61.0 27.4
L:O 20.2 45.6 229 88.4 30.7 32.1 271 236 226 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 108.45 109.24 108.02 108.14 107.97
058 108.70 u12.17 109.88 U1.32 109.13 108.26 108.44 108.66 108.02 108.04 108.25 109.16
L959 109.09 110.69 112.14 110.27 112.90 112.37 109.96 109.h0 111.09 110.48 109.11 108.61
Lto0 L08.85 U11.55 110.91 109.47 108.14 110.00 11.43 111.13 115.02 -







Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


55. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH l PRINGS, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29051', long 82*38', in see. 29, T. 7 S., R. 17 E., at bridge on U. S.
Highway 27, 2 mirlcs northwest of High Springs, Alachua County.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1951 1,170 967 1,010 1,120 71i0 516 398 h46 332 260 246 2114
1932 155 130 120 121 9$.2 143 179 320 686 386 275 207
1953 166 503 1456 1,600 608 322 315 487 1,400 517 527 211
19351 195 181 210 171 228 3,340 1,530 1,450 896 5 2 316 235
1935 231 221 196 l18 107 87.0 169 722 3,745 1,5h4 715 527
1956 168 1,081 1,067 1,00 539 430 h53 1137 302 611 127 354
1937 352 1,)116 1,136 1,510 738 467 398 686 1,789 2,223 760 615
1958 819 902 490 353 270 21,6 3542 910 530 1,027 1,295 5h8
1959 395 351 578 247 231 h16 1,061 1,380 791' 1,75 328 279
19,10 295 613 552 529 312 261 616 1,101 682 294 211 217
191l1 4O40 601 62h4 127 280 32h 1,360 1,113 665 1,94h 2,318 1,886
1942 2,h80 1,738 3,427 1,715 960 824 1,011 1,093 1,027 750 512 425
19'35 378 328 318 269 241 233 2149 696 488 250 160 158
1944 1110 14h 312 1,272 1)44t 259 556 2,168 1,352 2,180 1,351 645
19115 1,115 826 495 316 235 185 362 1,421 1,181 562 323 1'51
19',6 1,239 689 1433 573 1,076 1,351 1,743 2,339 1,851 1,641 858 567
19147 1420 686 1,517 1,211 576 587 1430 138 1,495 3,125 2,917 1,787
1948 1,148 1,903 1,,188 3,5140 1,390 966 831 2,2143 1,371 2,521 1,085 1,089
19)19 997 1,746 951i 967 703 605 745 902 2,573 1,124 1,083 867
1950 599 7'6 '430 567 321 285 69h 542 2,638 2,533 1,616 785
1951 605 519 510 520 565 275 257 360 377 471 589 1421
1952 550 662 806 510 521 336 290 235 269 338 230 193
1953 306 273 275 1,112 5145 339 358 949 2,094 2,037 902 1,805
19514 1,898 862 627 519 385 293 2148 225 265 314 193 151
1955 150 391 219 1514 118 112 150 165 102 79 .4 85.4 61.2
1956 52.8 68.1 57.1 38.9 72.5 63.6 184 110 105 520 425 152
1957 94.5 71.5 69.6 100 81.8 1,325 579 1,012 542 811 386 326
1958 518 434 1,527 1,450 960 629 1,0V2 872 532 524 339 360
1959 1,133 1,065 3,546 2,264 2,578 2,835 1,611 1,143 1,418 1,789 1,160 817
1960 690 813 2,500 1,883 999 781 1, 1,989 1,855 -

Month-end stage, In feet above mean sea level
1931 29.58 29.0( 28.81 28.77 28.65 28.08 27.74 28.00 27.70 27.52 27.46 27.34
1932 27.21 27.15 27.17 26.98 26.86 27.26 27.09 28.57 28.65 27.44 27.72 27.50
1933 27.314 27.69 28.83 29.48 27.98 27.65 28.20 28.34 28.71 28.01 27.65 27.46
1934 27.50 27.29 27.29 27.19 28.07 32.31, 29.48 29.30 28.44 28.00 27.61 27.42
1935 27.26 27.18 27.11 26.99 26.93 26.87 27.58 30.79 33.28 29.25 28.44 28.13
1936 28.06 29.97 28.90 28.53 28.08 28.03 28.55 28.23 28.09 28.93 28.07 28.17
1937 29.41 32.29 29.21 29.35 28.52 28.29 28.70 29.04 30.53 29.140 28.84 28.46
1938 28.79 28.55 28.10 27.84 27.70 28.04 28.51 28.53 28.04 33.74 28.70 28.06
1939 27.82 27.91 27.86 27.81 27.72 28.98 29.08 29.53 28.46 27.98 27.80 27.81
1940 27.90 29.29 28.11 28.28 27.85 27.89 29.04 29.91 28.12 27.52 27.31 27.93
1941 28.07 28.18 28.14 27.88 27.69 29.75 31.96 28.84 28.34 33.54 30.12 32.59
19142 30.10 33.80 32.54 29.58 28.914 29.09 30.00 29.41 29.17 28.49 28.11 27.95
1943 27.81 27.63 27.65 27.56 27.71 27.66 27.85 28.71 28.00 27.45 27.26 27.18
19414 27.23 27.26 29.07 28.94 27.78 27.66 30.17 31.26 28.96 32.90 28.82 28.28
1945 29.22 28.53 28.00 27.79 27.62 27.60 28.315 31.53 28.94 28.03 27.59 30.79
1946 29.65 28.27 28.10 27.92 29.36 30.41 50.33 51.48 30.57 29.42 28.46 27.95
1947 26.76 28.39 30.05 28.65 28.30 27.80 27.86 27.70 37.29 35.53 31.60 51.24
1948 31.84 29.83 32.92 31.57 29.43 28.82 29.30 30.56 29.33 29.87 29.02 29.36
1949 28.79 29.69 28.70 28.77 28.30 28.49 28.614 31.75 29.84 28.95 29.58 28.50
1950 28.13 27.93 27.86 27.71 27.66 27.53 29.16 27.83 29.83 55.75 29.1h 28.66
1951 28.37 28.28 28.45 28.23 27.90 27.86 27.8' 28.06 28.52 27.98 28.88 28.51,
1952 28.17 30.08 28.90 28.57 28.43 28.21 28.06 28.07 28.41 28.24 27.91 27.85
1953 28.24 28.07 28.09 29.97 28.17 28.70 28.69 33.51 31.19 29.52 28.87 34.34
1954 29.53 28.93 28.68 28.48 28.18 28.00 27.92 27.85 28.39 27.74 27.68 27.65
1955 27.85 28.14 27.76 27.68 27.61 27.34 27.68 27.38 27.37 27.14 27.01 26.95
1956 26.90 27.03 26.88 26.75 26.98 27.01 27.31 27.25 27.48 29.07 27.48 27.15
1957 26.97 26.89 26.95 26.88 26.94 28.66 28.24 28.39 28.13 28.04 27.75 27.61
1958 27.91 28.37 30.05 29-73 28.57 28.64 28.93 29.01 28.01 27.78 27.75 28.08
195 28959 5 29.01 34.03 30.97 35.25 30.63 29.87 29.07 30.53 30.22 29.01 28.57
1960 28.4 30.05 32.11 29.71 28.72 28.95 31.31 30.89 30.50 -





Table 1. Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


56. SANTA FE RIVER AT WORlINGTCB, FIA.
Lcation.--Lat 29*55', long 82*26', on line between sees. 32 and 33, T. 6 S., R. 19 E.,
at bridge on State Highway 23, 0.5 mile south of Worthington, Union County.'
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1931 4.0 3.0 4.00
1952 5.12 5.4 25.5 7.81 2.13 58.8 27.0 271 475 59.4 119 71.2
1933 65.5 233 313 1,180 83.0 23.4 113 269 843 71.2 34.3 20.0
1954 16.9 35.6 65.3 33.0 219 3,650 547 847 265 101 23.2 16.8
1935 48.4 38.5 25.4 6.41 3.71 3.58 95.0 417 3,430 421 82.0 52.5
1936 97.8 859 479 450 26.3 36.7 68.7 99.9 33.3 270 58.5 78.4
193T 229 1,280 396 857 151 39.6 102 302 1,390 1,656 241 214
1938 442 460 105 26.4 25.6 62.1 154 374 121 1,138 469 78.7
1939 52.5 73.8 73.6 35.6 38.2 341 877 1,049 246 72.0 28.9 49.8
1940 121 579 157 321 35-3 105 481 795 224 35.5 10.9 127
1941 344 435 338 119 16.9 246 867 362 203 2,236 1,370 1,295
1942 1,381 1,085 2,111 414 60.5 144 400 426 449 171 28.9 38.4
1943 47.2 31.1 52.1 22.5 50.0 18.0 60.9 754 264 42.1 13.0 17.1
1944 60.8 49.7 412 1,161 122 38.3 552 1,827 599 2,564 341 130
1945 688 260 62.5 22.7 17.3 17.4 272 1,254 577 179 47.4 602
1946 899 264 143 73.4 854 1,178 1,459 1,804 1,253 1,187 266 86.0
1947 56.3 535 1,357 583 154 215 147 168 2,186 2,365 1,788 795
1948 765 957 3,216 1,735 141 46.1 209 1,450 455 1,570 170 424
1949 248 969 143 334 68.9 94.1 233 513 1,516 266 555 170
1950 .75.0 39.5 60.2 33.5 32.1 8.32 652 120 2,435 2,155 417 192
1951 167 144 144 131 19.6 12.7 26.1 78.3 138 120 359 185
1952 129 631 370 150 30.0 30.2 27.0 28.4 102 195 55.3 24.9
1955 249 149 144 1,116 118 142 134 1,423 1,477 1,307 379 1,801
1954 779 248 157 102 30.9 12.7 14.8 9.86 165 119 20.5 22,7
1955 80.4 353 52.2 31.1 8.27 5.05 162 57.0 56.8 10.2 15.8 9.61
1956 23.1 87.8 32.1 7.11 89.5 18.3 222 49.0 91.7 750 200 51.3
1957 27.8 21.0 54.9 63.2 46.7 1,263 290 549 239 543 59.5 74.7
1958 166 262 1,460 768 333 150 759 437 93.2 31.6 130 268
1959 1,07 647 3,303 944 1,716 1,263 686 303 982 1,121 308 149
1960 152 383 1,917 739 142 196 1,188 1,265 1,248 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1931 50.14 50.18
1932 50.22 50.22 50.56 50.06 49.92 51.50 50.73 55.00 53.34 50.50 52.84 50.82
1933 52.36 51.72 54.02 53.38 50.98 50.74 52.84 52.30 51.54 51.06 50.64 50.50
1934 50.4 51.39 51.04 50.72 57.64 58.00 54.80 53.66 51.39 50.90 50.58 50.52
1935 50.44 50.64 50.22 50.04 49.84 50.04 51.81 58.14 58.84 52.09 51.18 51.54
1936 52.84 57.14 53.04 51.14 50.54 50.67 51.34 51.94 50.10 51.99 50.69 51.08
1957 58.74 58.79 55.04 53.04 51.00 50.39 53.74 59.59 56.19 53.44 53.99 52.69
1938 53.40 52.19 51.14 50.48 52.08 52.94 54.66 51.56 51.44 59.34 51.99 51.45
1939 51.33 52.66 50.41 51.32 49.88 54.08 53.14 54.66 51.65 50.19 50.07 51.49
1940 51.89 54.4 51.34 51.04 49.88 50.14 56.20 55.31 50.94 49.83 49.71 55.02
1941 52.56 52.74 51.37 50.02 49.69 58.00 57.99 51.89 51.10 59.79 54.37 59.65
1942 53.67 60.26 57.74 51.44 50.13 53.15 55.82 52.28 54.38 50.36 49.97 50.64
1943 50.63 49.93 50.01 49.77 50.38 50.04 50.77 53.35 51.39 49.89 49.94 50.07
1944 50.37 50.27 58.53 53.70 50.39 50.05 56.45 58.24 52.08 57.71 52.16 51.40
1945 54.96 51.70 50.27 50.45 49.93 51.03 52.03 57.26 53;19 51.12 50.36 60.85
1946 55.84 52.12 52.35 50.54 53.50 59.99 61.20 59.42 57.10 53.98 51.80 50.87
1947 52.45 54.84 55.62 52.11 58.36 50.48 53.44 51-.4 60.86 59.60 56.25 56.26
1948 59.03 54.56 57.54 53.74 51.33 50.48 57.59 55.09 52.61 53.06 53.35 55.68
1949 52.19 53.51 51.04 51.19 50.25 52.26 52.50 61.43 53.71 51.65 54.44 51.50
1950 50.67 50.43 50.81 50.27 50.32 49.69 55.42 50.71 57.32 58.76 52.35 52.74
1951 51.58 51.16 52.52 51.20 49.94 50.24 51.11 50.09 53.64 50.45 53.15 53.46
1952 52.18 57.73 53.14 51.14 49.85 49.80 50.91 53.06 51.96 50.35 50.09
1953 52.43 51.29 51.34 54.92 50.16 53.46 54.83 62.60 60.06 53.56 53.12 60.53
1954 53.73 52.29 51.68 51.41 50.04 49.65 49.88 49.90 54.81 50.20 49.96 50.07
1955 51.87 51.71 51.02 49.77 49.76 49.82 51.56 50.43 49.91 49.82 49.79 49.81
1956 50.41 50.76 49.83 49.94 50.08 51.97 50.25 50.30 51.67 56.79 51.03 50.37
1957 50.16 50.44 50.87 50.08 50.98 52.58 53.83 52.96 53.05 51.00 51.09 50.77
1958 52.60 58.38 65.o4 56.81 51.95 53.71 53.23 52.89 50.27 50.17 50.51 53.11
1959 54.27 55.54 58.54 55.85 59.57 55.16 53.72 53.48 56.40 55.39 52.79 51.72
1960 53.00 58.59 59.49 53.28 50.74 54.81 59.79 57.76 60.18 -







Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


58. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP BLANDING, FIA.
Location.--Lat 29"56'33", long 81053'52", on line between sees. 27 and 28, T. 6 S., R. 24 E.,
at bridge on State Highway 21, 6 miles southeast of main entrance to Camp Blanding, and
6 miles southwest of Penney Farms.

Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

1957 49.9 27.8 25.2
1958 31.9 34.5 53.6 47.2 31.9 21.1 23.3 25.7 19.1 17.7 25.2 33.8
1959 48.5 38.0 105 61.7 131 93.1 76.4 50.3 92.0 60.0 39.7 34.8
1960 32.7 38.2 68.2 49.8 31.3 28.6 68.7 67.8 89.7 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 44.19 4.2 44.
1958 44.17 44.94 44.63 44.32 43.95 43.67 43.72 43.66 43.47 44.64 43.69 44.04
1959 44.20 45.99 45.24 44.50 46.00 44.78 45.42 45.49 45.01 44.75 44.44 44.34
1960 44.51 44.54 45.16 44.34 44.34 43.95 45.45 44.58 45.93 -


59. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29'58'45", long 81'51'08", in NEt sec. 13, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on
State Highway 16, 2 miles west of Penney Farms.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1939 33 39.2 56.4
1940 82.7 163 62.3 134 34.3 101 141 103 74.5 25.2 1891 225
1941 162 137 118 91.1 33.7 182 379 156 162 564 225 321
1942 245 281 485 97.3 47.9 245 174 118 163 48.5 38.8 71.0
1943 59.7 47.3 63.9 38.3 70.8 127 173 415 291 60.3 45.7 55.7
1944 148 71.1 351 325 62.9 83.6 414 583 161 583 100 88.5
1945 161 92.6 55.9 53.0 35.8 66.5 126 238 310 133 58.8 325
1946 189 83.1 106 54.1 288 225 342 411 377 175 91.2 58.6
1947 60.0 127 306 139 77.3 83.9 228 155 637 633 484 183
1948 398 251 666 237 60.9 61.1 165 305 161 450 75.0 94.8
1949 78.2 173 68.3 121 85.9 61.2 48.1 161 236 205 107 62.9
1950 48.2 40.5 58.2 42.2 37.3 29.4 132 37.6 465 586 89.9 82.a
1951 80.0 69.9 78.5 52.0 25.5 24.3 46.3 63.8 68.2 98.5 175 102
1952 66.7 199 109 70.3 72.9 99.0 86.9 81.6 207 236 63.6 39.5
1953 131 181 114 524 41.9 45.7 127 885 452 313 120 432
1954 151 117 89.5 69.1 39.5 29.8 33.8 22.3 34.2 72.4 31.2 36.7
1955 69.7 125 43.1 32.5 18.6 16.2 43.8 26.6 127 59.1 25.8 26.5
1956 45.5 109 34.5 28.2 84.2 153 152 72.6 48.9 222 44.3 33.5
1957 30.5 34.0 81.3 40.6 47.6 176 160 237 184 196 50.5 51.0
1958 101 102 313 223' 81.2 39.7 58.1 133 35.8 55.9 122 196
1959 271 129 593 171 747 320 254 228 356 173 77.6 67.3
1960 66.8 124 431 172 59.8 143 530 271 529








Table 1.--Streamflov, stream stages, and lake stages continued


59. O3UTH FORK BLACK C.EEK NEAR PENNED FAR~S, FLA. continued

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
S 11.48 12.34
I L.?. 11.96 12.20 11.56 11.50 11.88 11.68 12.09 12.22 11.38 11.41 13.59
L 1 L12.t, 12.57 11.6 11.72 11.79 15.92 12.75 15.38 11.57 15.25 12.13 14.54
.L 2 12.2L 1 .L. Lj.4h 11.62 11.82 13.79 12.61 12.16 12.82 11.28 11.20 12.90
1-?4 U.&. LL.2L 11.25 11.03 11.32 12.62 11.95 14.97 12.19 11.24 11.49 11.73
L -; 1 I, ii..; 20.i) 12.00 11.40 12.04 17.79 15.19 12.15 12.66 12.13 11.87
1,L 12.-i5 1..:L 11. 1 11.81 10.78 11.27 11.80 12.76 12.61 11.60 11.39 16.04
.L%6 12.35 12-56 12-73 11.08 12.08 16.78 18.50 17.43 13.08 12.00 11.75 11.51
L,; i..09 12.,3 15.91 11.54 12.14 11.93 15.16 1.72 13.72 13.87 12.58 12.41
;1u8 1s.9' 12.42 12.02 11.70 11.28 11.51 13.77 12.00 12.76 11.85 1.82 11.91
1"19 -.685 11.69 11.37 11.31 11.26 11.62 10.95 16.70 20.91 11.69 11.76 11.43
1-J0 u.16 11.00 11.52 11.1 10.84 10.64 11.03 11.17 25.42 12.59 11.68 13.06
1:51 11-52 11.5, 11.62 10.99 10.74 11.57 11.67 11.02 12.78 11.28 11.76 12.41
1952 12.00 15.52 12.26 11.52 13.16 11.50 11.51 13.44 14.36 12.04 11.48 11.34
1?535 1.60 11.61 11.57 11.99 11.10 11.37 13.18 21.02 14.96 12.71 11.96 15.25
195 12.ll 12.21 11.45 11.73 11.47 10.92 10.51 10.60 11.17 10.84 10.81 10.96
1955 u.79 11.40 11.65 10.69 10.89 11.12 12.12 10.78 11.42 10.83 10.82 11.06
1950 11.52 11.48 11.00 11.28 11.14 13.85 11.21 11.14 10.90 11.74 11.17 11.02
197 U1.00 11.56 11.55 11.00 11.49 11.02 12.19 12.38 15.18 11.32 11.44 11.30
1958 12.21 16.12 12.74 11.71 11.63 11.23 11.19 11.20 10.70 11.10 11.41 12.44
1959 12.09 17.69 12.87 1.76 13.58 12.32 12.09 13.55 12.17 11.98 11.60 11.52
100o 12.78 13.30 15.57 11.80 12.29 13.76 19.89 12.76 16.76 -


60. SWIFT CREEK NEAR LAKE CUTLER, FLA.

lccation.--Lat 30*05', long 82*25', in sec. 16, T. 5 S., R. 19 E., at bridge on State
Highway 100, 5 miles northwest of Lake Butler.

Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 -- 17.1 19.0 1.09 .38
1958 11.5 25.1 106 102 27.1 8.57 41.1 61.5 10.9 .12 .75 5.90
19559 ?9.1 46.6 305 71.7 195 104 22.5 22.7 80.1 75.3 28.1 14.3
190 1i.2 62.1 236 41.2 5.49 5.21 43.7 50.7 60.2 -

Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
5 112.82 112.69 111.90 111.93 111.86
1958 12.58 114.03 113.62 113.23 111.76 112.36 112.53 112.96 110.60 110.62 110.77 111.58
1959 112.52 114.50 14.38 113.19 115.54 111.4 112.41 111.08 113.19 112.94 12.01 111.55
1960 112.02 114.81 114.21 11.68 11.40 111.63 113.57 114.14 114.1 -








Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued


62. WADESBORO SPRING NEAR ORANGE PARK, FLA.

Location.--Nine-tenths of a mile southwest of Orange Park on State Highway 224A at
railroad crossing.

Measurements of discharge.--Apr. 18, 1946, 1.40 cfs; Apr. 20, 1956, 0.71 cfs; Get. 18, 1960,
1.41 cfs.


63. WATER OAK CREEK NEAR STARKE, FLA.


Location.--Lat 30001', long 82009', in sec. 36, T. 5 S., R. 21 E.,
Highway 16, 6.2 miles northwest of Starke.


at bridge on State


Date Discharge
(cfs)


Measurements of flow
Gage Height
(ft.)


Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.)


5- 6-58 1.24 9.40 3-.83-60 582 15.85
12-15-58 77.9 11.24 5-18-60 592 (from 15.89
3-19-59 325 12.75 rating)
8-17-60 10.6 10.17


64. YELLOW WATER CREEK NEAR MAXVILLE, FLA.

Location.--Lat 30"13'44", long 8155'17", in NEL sec. 20, T. 3 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on
State Highway 228, 5.8 miles northeast of Maxville.

Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)
9-12-57 24.5 53.96 2-16-59 7.70 53.30
10- 4-57 192 55.61 3-18-59 230 55.78
12- 5-57 1.68 52.51 4-14-59 5.43 52.99
1-16-58 15.6 53.63 5-23-59 605 56.72
5-12-58 20.7 53.79 7-31-59 2.90 52.76
4-11-58 (peak) 57.82 9-24-59 14.9 53.62
4-11-58 262 55.88 11-10-59 4.82 52.85
5- 7-58 1.63 52.33 1- 5-60 2.67 52.57
7- 9-58 6.88 53.15 3- 2-60 19.7 53.76
8-27-58 6.36 52.90 4-26-60 1.94 52.76
10-29-58 .44 52.11 6-22-60 1.35 52.66
12-19-58 5.40 53.05 8-17-60 2.80 52.51








Table. Chenical Analyse e*nd Tienpereluree ad Surlce W4ter.
(Notel Numbers prpeading station names are location nuobere in ftgurei 3 and 4)
Cheical analyses in part per million except speitic conduotance, pH, and color
Dissolved Hardaness pec' -
solide Pi CCOs, conduct
Mag- Po- .e -- T e-
pit MeanM C1a- no- tas icear- chio- lluo- N1- Phos Ca Redue Calcitu, Non- ( ro- per-
of discharge Ellloe Iron ialua stua odium l i bonaste lultat ride ride Irate phate ou. t *sgne- oarbon- mbo I atur
collection (aof) (l0 I) (.) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) () (HO,) (804.) (Cl) (r) (NO.) (P0w) lated 180C ium ast at 50'C) pH Color ('F)


(35) NEWNANI LAM NEAR OAINESVILLE, 1h,
July s1, if17 ..... 1 0,01 117 IO. 0,8 21 3,0 14 0.3 0.2 -- 43 78 21 4 I e .l 65 88
Oct. 7 19568,.1.. 1.7 1 6 .00 3.6 1.3 5.1 -- 11 1.6 10 .3 .0 0.0 o 9 -- 1 4 6 3 1.6 50 71
Mar. 26, 1959,.... 8 6.5 3,0 ,07 4,2 .0 3:8 0 10 1,2 2, .1 -- 31 9 14 6 49 .00 110 57
Jan. 1, 1960 .... 28 s .3 ,05 3, 1.1 3,.9 4 2,8 5.8 .2 4.4 .1 86 67 12 9 0SI .3 96 I
June a6.......... 2.5 1.6 .14 3.2 1.3 6.0 1.0 7 3.2 7.0 .4 .0 86 53 14 6 63 .3 80 86
(7) CAMPS CANAL NEAR ROCHELLI, FLA.
Oct. 7 1968..... 34 1.9 0.00 3.8 1.1 4.8 10 3.0 10 0. 00 0. 0.0 29 -- 1 6 63 J I60 76
Mar. 26, 1959..... 833 9.0 .04 4.4 1.0 6.2 0.0 4.8 8.8 .2 1.7 -- 31 6 1 8 68 5 .8 110 61
Jan. 1 1980..... 70 2.0 .15 3.2 1.1 3.9 .6 4 I.4 5.8 .9 4, .6 6 64 19 9 9 .6 110 i 6s
June 91 .......... 60 1.1 .08 3.6 .7 4.8 .2 10 .8 8.0 .1 .1 .0 94 9 1I 4 48 1.9 60I 84
(43) ORANGE LABU AT ORANGE LAE, FLA.
Oct. 7, 19568.... 4.3 0.00 6.8 1.9 4. -- 21 3.0 10 0.3 0.8 0.1 4 I -- I 6 8 83 1.41 0 76
Jan. 1, 1960...... 3.4 .02 6.0 1.6 4.7 10.6 18 .0 7.0 .2 1.3 .13 36 66 I I 6 I68 80 9
June 1.......... 8 88.3 1.3 .03 6.0 1.2 4.6 I.1 0 .8 8,2 .1 .0 33 49 I 0 4 61 8.3 6 83
(45) PEBBLE LAKE HEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, PLA.
Nov. 37, 1967..... 8 10.0 4.7 0.02 0.8 0.6 2.4 0.s 4 2.8 4,0 0.1 0.0 0.4 18 91 4 0 24 .7 10 -
Oct. 1 1968..... 6.6 1.7 .00 1.0 .1 3.2 3 1.5 4.0 .1 .1 .4 14 3 0 3 5.4 3 79
Mar. 16, 195 ,... 1.0 .05 .8 .4 2.0 .0 2 2.0 3.5 .1 .1 11 13 4 2 21 5.3 3 61
Dec. 30........... 8 6.4 1.6 .04 .8 .2 3.4 .5 2 .8 3.5 .1 .4 .0 12 15 3 2 22 1.9 69
June 22, 1960..... 8 .8 1.4 .01 .8 .4 2.1 .0 2 .8 3.5 .0 .0 .1 10 9 4 2 19 .9 0 85
(41) ORANGE LAKE AT HEAOEYB' FISHING CAMP, FLA.
ar. 19, 1959.... 8 69.1 0.7 0.03 7.6 1.1 .3 01 20 2. 10 0.8 S 1 67 24 7 I 9 46 I
Jan. 4, 1960.... 67.6 2.0 .03 7.0 1.1 4.8 .8 20 2.4 9. .2 .3 38 46 2 6 70 6.4 61 66
June 21........... 868.3 1.6 .03 6.0 1.7 5.0 .9 20 1.2 7.6 .3 .1 0.0 34 58 21 6 63 6 .4 4 83






Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts pr million except specific conductance. pH. and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids Ua CaCO conduct.
Mag- Po- ance Ten-
Date Mean Cal- no- tas- Bclar- Chlo- Fluo-. Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium eium Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate ou- at magne- carbon- mhos nature
collection (cfs) (i10,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (800S) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180'C slum ate at 25'C) pR Color (*F)


(30) LOCHLOOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, FLA.
Mar. 17, 199..... I 751 2.2 0.09 a.0 1.0 3.8 0.0 4 0.4 5.0 02 0.3 -- 17 60 9 6 40 5.4 i50 58
Jan. 4, 1960...... 11 .03 4.4 2.7 7.1 .9 14 1.6 12 .3 .2 0.0 47 92 22 10 78 6.1 160 9
June 21........... 6.1 .07 4.4 1.9 4.3 .4 9 2.4 8.5 .2 .1 .7 33 72 19 12 57 8.6 220 83
(32) LOCHLOOSA LAKE AT LOCHRLOBA, FLA.
Oct. 7, 1958 ...... 0.4 0.00 15 3.3 12 -- 50 2 1 0.3 0.4 0.0 84 -- 1 0 142 6. 15 76
Mar. 17, 19.... .8 .04 14 1.7 7.8 0.1 36 6.8 12 .3 9 -- 91 42 12 122 6,7 45 62
Jan. 4, 1960,..... 5.7 .02 9.4 3.0 6.2 1.0 33 6.0 10 .2 1.0 1.1 60 90 36 9 103 6.8 75 59
June21.......... .0 .06 8.0 2.2 5. 4 29 2 1 .2 .0 .0 44 49 29 5 83 6.7 4
(10) DEEP CREEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA.
Nov. 22, 1957.. I 60 10 0.06 19 .2 3.4 0.2 87 2.2 5.5 0.1 0.0 0.3 90 96 73 2 150 7.5 90 64
Mar. 17, 1989..... 4.5 .10 6.2 2.1 3.1 .1 20 .8 4. .3 .1 -- 32 71 24 8 6 6.7 190 57
Dec. 30........... 11 .11 19 8.7 3.8 .5 82 3.2 6.5 .1 .0 .3 90 94 71 4 154 7.6 35 60
June 21 1960..... 17 .12 17 5. 3.4 1.6 68 6.0 5.5 .2 .0 89 104 66 10 138 .1 75 74
(80) BAND HILL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
July 8, 1957 ...... 1.7 0.01 0.8 0. 3.6 0.4 4 0.5 5.0 0.0 0.2 24 4 0 29 6 3 87
Nov. 27........... 8 5.4 4.0 .01 .4 .7 3.0 .2 4 2.5 5.0 .1 .0 0.0 18 25 4 0 26 .7 5 -
Oct. 1, 1958.. 5.2 3.0 .01 .6 .6 4.8 -- 3 3.5 5.5 .1 .0 .0 20 4 2 28 .5 2 83
Mar. 26, 1959..... 6.3 2.4 .03 1.4 .5 3.4 .0 1 .8 5.8 .1 .1 -- 15 26 6 4 37 .8 38 62
Dec. 31......... 8 5.7 1.3 .04 1.2 3.4 .0 2 2.4 4.2 .1 .2 .0 14 16 5 4 24 .3 5 55
June 22, 1960..... 8 5.6 2.4 .01 1.0 .4 2.8 .1 3 2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 15 12 4 2 24 .3 5 82
(34) MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Nov. 2, ,9..... -- 1.9 0.01 0.6 0.6 2.9 0.2 4 1.8 5.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 15 20 4 1 2 .8 5 --
Mar. 20, 1959..... 8 7.7 .8 .02 1.0 .4 2.8 .0 2 2.8 5.0 .1 .5 14 18 4 2 2 .1 .20 63
Dec. 31........... 8 7.3 1.6 .07 1.2 .1 2.6 .2 4 2.4 4.0 .1 .0 -- 14 28 4 0 26 .1 17 56
June 22 6..... 8 1 1.3 ..2 ,.2 2.9 .0 3 *2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 13 15 4 2 24 .4 3 83
INFLOW TO CRYSTAL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Dec. 20, 1957..... 5.3 0.01 0.4 0.2 12.0 0.0 4 |05 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 14 17 2 0 16 .3 10









Table 2,--Cheicil $n0lyo0r ind t"empratrur u o surface waters--Continuud
Cha lcai l Mlyiuge in part put million uxcpl kp PcL1tri cnductanctei pH nd colo r--Con nued
Dissolved Hardness specific
usol0id as cco, conduct
MaI- Po- -- --- -- anc To-
Dat, Nan Cal- ne- tI-Br-,oar. Chlo- Fluo- N1- Phos- Cal- Riidue C.lciu~, on-. (.tcro- pir-
of dimcherge iliica Iron clum tlua sodium laum onate lulttel ride ride trat phete co- at mlgne- carbon- shoai tuIr
collection (ora) (810,) (Fe) (CI) () ) M (N) (K) i(NO,) (,04) (Cl) ( NO (F)) l(td3 180'C luo ate at 26'C) pH Color ('r)


(9) CRYSTAL LAKE EIAR KEYSTOIN HEIGHTS, FLA.
Dec. 20,1 9857 ..... 0.02 3.2 0,7 3.4 0.2 13 2,2 5,s 0.0 0.0 0.0 24 31 11 0 41 7.7 -
Oct, 10 ...... 4.4 .01 4.0 .2 38 .4 10 3.5 6,0 .1 .1 .0 286 24 11 3 38 6,7 6 8
Mar. 20, 199..... 1.4 .05 1.4 .4 2.7 .0 3 2.4 4.5 .1 .3 16 16 8 2 27 6.7 2 63
Dec. 30 ......... .0 .05 2.0 .8 2.8 .0 7 1.6 4,2 .0 .1 10 1 18 7 2 30 6.4 I 61
June 23, 160..... .7 .02 2.2 .6 2.7 1.0 8 2.4 3.5 .0 .0 0 16 19 8 3 31 6,3 15 83
(4) BROOKLYN LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
July 11, 1967..... 0.2 0.01 12 0.7 4.0 0.4 4 2.5 6,0 0.0 0,1 17 21 6 37 .7 3 88
Nov. S........... 4.7 1.3 .00 1.2 1.0 4.0 .2 3 5.2 7.0 .0 .0 0.0 21 34 7 4 41 .5 -
Oct, 1 188e...... 8 6.2 1.0 .01 1.6 1.2 4.4 .4 2 5.5 6.0 .1 .1 .0 21 22 9 8 40 .5 3 84
Mar. 19, 19..... I 9.6 .9 .05 1.4 .5 3.9 .0 1 5.2 6.0 .1 .0 18 21 6 4 3 .1 2 60
D.o 30........... 8 SS.8 1.4 .03 1.0 .6 2.6 .3 4 3.2 4.8 .1 .2 0 16 2 28 .6 10 60
June 22, 1060..... 22,.9 .5 .02 1.4 .2 2.9 .0 3 2.8 5.0 .0 .1 14 19 4 2 26 .6 2 83
(23) LAKE GENEVA AT KEYSTONE RIGHTS, FPA.
July 9, 1957...... 8 5.6 2.5 0.01 1.2 1.2 6.0 0.7 4 3.0 9.0 0.0 0.1 26 31 8 4 3 .6 3 88
Nov.2............ -- .8 .01 .8 1.3 6.2 .4 3 5.5 9.5 .0 .0 0.0 26 28 8 5 52 --
Oat. 1, 1958...... 8 5.1 .9 .00 2.0 .7 5.6 .7 2 6.8 10 .1 .1 .1 2 68 2 6I 6 .2 3 83
Mr. 1, 199 ..... .8 .00 1.2 1.1 6.4 .0 1 6.8 10 .1 .2 27 31 8 6 .1
Dec. 30............ 8 7.3 .2 .02 1.4 1.1 6.3 .9 2 0.0 9.0 .1 .1 .0 26 34 8 6 53 .6 1 60
June 21, 1960..... 6 7.6 .0 .02 1.4 1.2 .9, 1.0 2 6.8 8.5 .1 .1 .0 26 32 8 7 52 .5 I 86
(25) LAKE JOHNSON AT GOLD HEAD BRANCH STATE PARK NEAR KETSTON HEIGHTS, FLA.
Nov. 27, 1957..... 8 0.4 3.3 0.02 0.4 0. 2.4 0. 4 2.2 40 0.0 0.0 0.2 1 20 3 0 24 .4 3 --
Oct. 1, 1988...... 8 .3 2.4 .01 .8 .2 2.4 .4 3 8.2 4.0 .0 .1 .0 20 0 3 0 22 .6 80
Mar. 10, 199.... 8 .5 2.8 .06 .6 .2 2.0 .0 2 1.2 3.2 .1 .0 -- 11 14 2 1 20 .2 5 60
Dec. 30........... I 1.0 3.8 .0 .6 .4 2.4 .1 4 .0 4.0 0 .0 .1 .1 13 19 3 0 22 5.9 25 59
June 22, 1960..... 8 1.6 3.1 .04 1.2 .4 2.4 .0 2 .8 3. .0 .1 .0 13 14 4 3 21 .3 10 84
(18) HALL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

Oct. 2, 1958...... 1 0 00 1.8 2.1 11 1 16 14 .1 .0 .0 47 13 12 89 .7 3 81
Mar. 20, 199.... 1.1 01 2.0 1.6 7.3 .0 0 13 12 .1 .2 37 44 12 12 76 4.7 0 62
Dec. 30.......... .1 .01 2. 1.8 6.1 .6 2 11 12 .1 .0 .0 3 38 13 12 79 5.1 2 59
June 23, 1960.... .0 .04 2.4 1.9 8.4 .6 1 14 12 .1 .0 .0 40 14 13 83 4.8 81






Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyse in ofrte er million exepnt specific onductance, oH. a d color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specifi
solids as CaCO0 conduct-
Mag- Po- nace Ten-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tau- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sultate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- crbon- mhos nature
collection (cts) (810 ) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCa) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25C) pH Color (F)


(57) SMITH LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Dec. 16, 1957 ..... 1.2 0.02 2.0 2.3 12 0.7 3 8. 22 0.1 0.4 0.1 51 62 14 12 104 .6 10 -
Oct. 2, 1958 ..... 1.0 .00 3.6 2.4 14 1.1 1 20 20 .1 .4 .0 63 74 19 18 123 4.9 0 81
Mar. 20, 1959,.... 1.4 .04 3.2 2.1 9.1 .0 1 17 14 .1 .0 -- 47 61 16 16 95 5.0 3 63
Dec. 30 ......... .2 .01 2.8 1.9 11 1.4 2 16 16 .2 .1 .0 61 63 15 14 100 6.2 6 59
June 23, 1960.... .0 .04 3.0 1.9 9.8 1.2 3 16 16 .0 .0 .0 48 62 16 13 94 5.2 8 83
(24) LAKE GRANDIN NEAR INTERLACHEN, FLA.
July 11, 1957 .... 8 6.5 0.0 0.01 2.o I1. 3.9 0.3 6 4.0 9. 0.0 o.1 -- 27 39 1o 5s 5 5.7 10 86
Dec. 30, ,1959..... 7.8 .0 .12 1.8 1.3 6.2 .0 4 6.4 10 .1 .2 0.0 28 32 10 6 57 5.6 7 60
June 21, 1980..... 8 7.9 1.5 .05 2.2 1.0 5.5 .0 4 6.0 9. .0 .1 .1 28 34 10 6 51 5.5 5
(8) CLARIKS CREEK NEAR ORBEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
Sept. 30, 1958.... 11 0.00 11 0.7 6.2 35 2.2 s9.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 58 30 2 1 87 7.1 30
(46) PETERS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Sept. 30, 1988.... 8.8 0.00 6.0 0.6 4.8 20 0.5 1 7.5 o0.2 0.0 a39 18 1 58 6.8 40
(58) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP LANDING STATE ROAD 21, FLA.
Mar. 18, 199..... 2.9 0.14 I.8 0.9 4.4 0.0 12 3.6 7.0 0.2 0.0 31 46 18 8 62 6.5S 50 s6
(2) ATES CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Dec. 18 1987 .... 6.6 0.25 1.8 1.1 4.5 0.0 5 1 9.0 0.1 0.1 0.7 28 39 9 5 47 e.6 180 -
Sept. 30, 1958... 6.3 .00 2.0 .1 3.7 -- 4 .5 5.5 .3 .1 1.0 22 -- 6 2 31 .4 80 71
Feb. 13, 1959..... I 37.2 6.2 .27 2.0 1.0 5.9 .0 1 3.2 9.8 .2 .4 -- 29 74 8 1.7 220 --
Mar. 17.. ..... 2.9 .30 .8 .5 2.7 .0 1 2.2 4.5 .1 .1 -- 14 38 4 3 27 .8 130
Dec. 31......... 7.9 .34 2.4 .6 4.8 .4 4 2.4 10 .2 .1 .4 31 57 8 5 40 .5 150 52
June 22, 1960..... 5.7 .24 2.4 .5 3.9 .0 3 .8 6.5 .2 .3 .4 22 39 8 6 37 I.1 160 76







Table 2,--Chuetcal analyses and temperaturew ul wurface waterm--ConUn4ed
--h----t----| ann- la l llY in PnI r no miltl.nn BrX(rnt nad1 firt! r-np.ndne enre nB H .nrninr-P lind _____.__nnt_ nned
Dilssolved Hardness* Ipolli
Mg- Po- oid as Cas conduct.
1ae- Pa. ance T--
Date man Cal- .- tac- Bloiar- Chio- Fluo- Ni- Phos.- Cl- Ridum Calclu, Non- (miro- pea-o
ot dchage Silica Iron alum ilum Sodium tlum bonst a ulfUate rids ride trate phate cu- i at iagn- Iarbon- a. aa &tur
collUotlon (of) (4t1o) (re) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (OO,) (504) (C1) (F) (NO,) (PC) lated 180'C alum ate at I5'C) pN Color ('?)


(14) OREENS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Dec. 18 1957,,,, 11 0.17 3.1 1.6 7.0 0,0 14 1.0 14 0,1 0,0 0.I 46 71 i16 4 61 60l --
Sept. 36, 1968.... x 0,1 7.7 .00 9, .1 9 ,6 -- 27 1 8 10 2, ,o .1 i4 -- 9g 4 0 1 s 0 7;
Mr 17, 195 ..... 2,6 .17 1,6 .0 3.0 0 .4 4.2 *1 4 -- 12 36 4 4 31 .7 110 IS
........... 11 .7 .8 6. ,4 17 .8 12 1 .2 1.0 45 70 16 2 68 6, 70 1
Jun 22 960 ....7.1 .26 4.0 .7 6.0 1 .8 11 1 .2 .0 34 50 13 6 0 74
(59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, IA.
Aug. 23, 1957 ....: 409 6.8 -- 2.6 0.9 5.0 0.0 6 1.2 9.5 0.2 0.1 29 86 10 4 5.3 2 50 75
Oct. 8............ 170 5.3 0.58 3.6 .7 4.4 .3 7 .0 13 .2 .2 32 3 12 6 0 5.7 360
Nov. 26........... 61 6.7 .11 3.6 1.1 4.3 .4 10 .0 7.0 .1 .1 -- 27 51 14 6 2 .0 100 63
Jan. 13, 1958 ..,.. 80 7.7 .07 3.0 1.5 5.6 .5 7 3.0 10 .2 .1 -- 35 5 14 8 60 .71 o0 56
Mar. 13.......... 335 5.3 .26 2.4 1.1 5.6 .5 5 2.0 9.5 .2 1 -- 29 67 10 6 53 5.3 180 61
May 5S............. 56 6.6 .13 2.6 1.2 4.3 .3 8 2.0 6.8 .2 -- 28 45 12 5 4 5.9 100 75
July 7 :............ 5 6.0 .22 3.0 1.2 4.5 .5 8 2.5 7.2 .3 .1 29 53 12 6 4 .9 120 79
Sept. 3........... 33 6.0 .11 4.6 .4 3.8 .3 11 2.2 6.5 .0 .1 -- 30 52 13 4 47 .3 120 --
Sept. 30, Ot.1-11 42 7.4 .07 5.6 .7 3.8 .4 12 4.8 7.2 .2 .2 0.5 37 51 17 7 2 .3 7 --
Oct. 12, 14-26.... 75 12 .10 24 1.6 5.8 .7 72 6.4 11 .2 .0 .4 97 130 06 7 150 .8 60 --
Oct. 13......... 25 11 3.6 -- 15 6 52 .1 55 -
Oct. 27-28, 30,
Nov. 1-2, 4-6, 8,
10, 12-14, 18-1. 121 7.9 .17 5.6 .7 4.8 .4 12 8.0' 0 .2 .1 .5 44 77 17 7 s .1 150
Oct. 29........... 4 86 4.8 76 184 S.8 0 67
Oct. 31............ 39 -90 5.6- 81 7 193 .8 12 67
Noa. 3. ............ 481 47 5. ..4 40 -4 111 8 65 64
Nov. 7 ............ 512 81 .2 72 6 175 .8 20 67
Nov. 11 ........... 141 -61 8.0 8 141 .7 60 66
Nov. 1........... e 66 -- -- -70 8.8 ---.- 69 12 160 1.7 30 70
ov. 20.......... 47 87 9.2 -- 81 10 16 .6 10 67
Nov.. 21-22, 24-25,
28-29, Dec. 1,
3-8, 11-13, 15-18 22 7.5 .23 3.6 1.0 4.6 .4 6 8.0 10 .2 .0 .4 39 75 13 8 55 .6 60 -
Nov. 26-27 ........ 80 9.6 .08 24 1.7 4.9 .7 71 11 8.0 .3 .0 .3 95 -- 07 9 157 b.9 45 -






Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Diesolved Hardneess specific
solids as CaCO, conduct
Mag- Po- ance Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Blear- Cblo- FluN- Ni- Phbo- Cal- Residue Calciua, Non- (micro- per-
ot discharge ilica Iron ciun slum odium alum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at mane- carbon- hloa nature
collection (cfs) (81 ) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (80) (C0) (() (NO.) (P04) lated 1800C ium ate at 25'C) pH Color ('F)


(59) SOUTH IORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued

Dec. 2, 198 ...... 0 -- 83 11 -- -- 83 15 189 6.6 10 70
Dec. 20, 23, 25... 84 11 0.03 30 2.7 5.0 0.4 1 16 12 0.2 0.4 -- 118 16 86 20 200 7.5 30
Dec. 22, 26-27,
29-31............ 118 9.7 .15 4.0 .7 5.3 .1 6 4.0 9.0 .1 .2 36 64 13 8 56 5.8 120 -
Jan. 1-8, 1959.... 625 5.6 .16 3.2 .7 8.0 .1 5 4.0 8.5 .2 .2 -- 30 71 11 7 54 5.4 190 --
Jan. 9............ 186 9.4 -- .0 .5 70 15 10 .2 1.5 80 22 180 6.8 15 60
Jan. 10.......... 162 11 5.5 .2 45 10 8.0 .2 .7 -- -- 47 10 118 6.6 90 50
Jan. 12-15, 17,
19-20............ 150 7.6 .14 3.2 1.0 4.7 .1 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 32 62 12 7 55 6.8 130
Jan. 18........... 238 8.9 -- 6.0 67 20 12 .2 3.4 84 29 196 6.8 20 58
Jan. 21, 23, 26-31 122 7.4 .13 3.2 1.0 5.3 .1 8 4.4 8.5 .2 .1 34 56 12 6 54 6.1 10 --
Jan. 24-25......... 18 8.0 -- 34 3.2 6.0 .5 83 22 12 .2 .4 127 145 98 30 228 7.0 10 -
Feb. 2-7,9-10..... 137 6.4 .16 3.2 1.0 4.8 .1 8 4.0 7.5 .2 .1 31 61 12 6 53 6.0 150 -
Feb. 11-16, 18-20. 112 6.6 .19 4.0 .7 5.3 .1 9 4.0 8.0 .2 .2 -- 34 68 13 6 s6 6.1 160 -
Feb. 21-28........ 151 6.3 .16 3.2 1.0 4.4 .1 8 4.4 7.0 .2 .1 -- 31 67 12 6 50 6.2 10 -
Mar. 2-7, 9-10.... 450 8.2 .19 2.8 1.0 4.8 .1 6 4.4 7.0 .1 .2 -- 29 69 11 6 50 .7 180 -
Mar. 11-14, 16-18. 982 5.8 .13 2.4 1.5 3.3 .0 7 4.0 7.2 .0 .1 28 51 12 6 41 .9 140 --
Mar. 21-28, 30-31. 487 5.7 .17 2.8 .9 3.0 .0 6 3.8 6.8 .0 .1 26 50 10 6 41 8.8 150
Apr. 1-4, 6-10.... 229 5.9 .20 3.4 1.0 3.3 .0 8 6.6 7.5 .0 '.2 31 53 12 6 44 6.0 200 --
Apr. 11, 13-18, 20 117 6.2 .15 3.8 1.0 3.3 .0 8 4.2 7.0 .0 .2 -- 30 50 14 7 44 8.2 140
Apr. 21-25, 27-30. 170 6.3 .21 3.2 1.2 3.6 .0 8 4.0 8.2 .0 .2 31 s9 13 6 46 6.0 150 -
May 1-2, 4-9...... 56 6.6 .12 3.4 1.3 3.2 .0 11 4.4 7.2 .0 .1 32 40 14 5 45 6. 120 -
May 11-16 18-19.. 80 6.9 .13 4.0 1.2 3.4 .0 13 4.8 6,8 .0 .1 34 50 15 4 50 6.6 100 -
May 21............ 10300 1.9 .12 1.0 .1 -- 4 2.4 3.0 .1 -- 12 28 3 0 18 .6 110 -
June 4-10......... 547 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.3 .0 6 .8 6.0 .2 .6 -- 24 58 12 7 38 .1 20 --
June 11-20........ 134 7.2 .31 3.2 1.5 3.8 .0 9 2.4 6.0 .2 .3 29 62 14 6 44 6.3 10 -
June 21-23........ 182 16 .18 4.0 1.7 6.4 .3 25 3.2 7.5 ,0 .5 52 66 17 0 57 7.1 170
June 24........... 110 6.7 4.0 .8 3.4 .3 8 2.4 43 12 6 37 6.0 180 79
June 25........... 100 11 4.0 1.0 5.0 .3 16 2.0 .9 5 63 14 1 44 6.5 200 80
June 26-27, 29.... 132 5.4 .02 3.6 .5 3.5 .2 10 3.6 6.5 .0 .3 -- 29 55 11 3 40 8.6 170








Tablu 2,--Chemical analymeu and telpuraturuo af burfacue Wstyro--Con|tilni d
Chelmical sanalyeou in patu per mllitun except up!ecif ic conductanceL pit and color--Continued
IDPIsolve Hardness Speoafi
s_ olide as C0a0 conduct
wag- PC- amns Tm-
Date Mesa Cal- ne. tam- Btcr- Chio- Fluo- Ni- Pho- Cal- Residue Calalum, Non- (mlaro- pae-
ot dl harge Silica Iron aclum xI l odium s um s onatr Sulate ride ride trate phato Cou- t mane, carbon- shoS nature
collection (oar) (0O1.) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (00 s (804) (Cl) (F) (N0o) (PO4) lated 180'C sum ate at 25'C) pl Color ('F)


(59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARM, FLA.--Continued
June 30 19..... 111 18 4,8 1.0 6.3 0.3 22 3.3 0.4 -- 66 20 6 .6 200 80
July 1- .......... 78 6. 0.0 4,0 .7 3, ,3 12 3.2 7.5 0.0 .2 3 43 13 3 44 160 -
Jly 6.,,,..,,,,,,. 73 13 -- 48 1.0 6.1 .3 16 3.2 -- 52 16 3 44 6.7 120 72
July 7.o.......... 6 4.0 3,7 .2 14 2.8 .- 37 1. 0 39 6 150 72
July 8-10..... 8.... 7.2 .06 4,0 1.0 3.7 12 3.6 7,0 .0 .2 -- 33 43 14 4 44 110 --
July 11-1........ 2.76 65. -- 3.2 ,7 3.1 .3 8 2.0 6.0 4 6 66 11 4 37 170 -
July 14-20.......... 03 5.8 .02 8 ,7 3.4 .3 7 .8 5. .0 .7 23 59 10 4 34 .31 230 -
July 91..... ... 288 3.2 1.0 4.6 .2 14 .. .. -61 12 0 38 6.5 120 74
July 92 ........,,, 385 -. 4.0 1.9 4.2 .2 22 1.6 .. -- ---88 18 0 55 6.3 150 74
July 3. .......... 38 -- -- 4.0 .8 4.9 .2 22 .8 -- 76 16 0 5 6.5 210 72
July 4-28........ 143 88 ,10 3.2 1.5 3.6 .2 13 40 3.0 2 1.0 3 58 14 4 43 8.6 180
July 29....... ,..,. 6 -. 6.4 1.0 6,0 30 0.0 -- 62 20 0 65 6.6 10 7
July 30-31, Aug. 1 2864 5.4 .03 3.2 1.0 2.8 10 .4 4.0 .1 24 4 12 4 3 6.4 150 -
Aug. 2..,.. .... 439 5.6 -- -- .- 12 9 -- -- --- 58 38 6.1 190 75
Aug. 3............ 533 3.2 1.6 4.5 .2 17 1.6 -- 66 14 0 45 6.3 20 73
Aug, 4............ 381 8.9 2.4 1.0 4.2 1 14 2.414 2 46 6.1 200 75
Aug. 5............ 906 4.8 1.5 4.9 ., 19 4.0 .-- -68 18 2 54 6.3 120 72
Aug. 6 ........ 130 3.2 1.9 4.2 .2 16 6.0 -- 68 16 3 50 6.3 10 72
Aug. 7............ 116 8.1 3.2 .5 4.2, .2 9 -- .. 5 10 2 40 6.1 10 75
Aug. 8,.........,, 176 2.4 1.5 3.8 .2 9 .8 --.- 56 12 4 35 6.2 120 7
Aug. 9-10......... 274 2 4.0 1.9 5.3 .2 17 8.0 4.0 44 78 18 4 53 6.8 200
Aug. 11........... 263 9.5 -- 4.0 1.5 4.6 .2 13 1.6 ..--- -- 72 16 6 49 6.0 120 75
Aug. 12 ........... 332 1 -- 4.0 1.5 7.0 .2 17 1.6 -- --- 80 16 2 51 6.2 210 72
Aug. 13 ........... 56 8.4 3.2 1.5 5.4 .2 15 0- -- 74 10 2 43 6.2 10 75
Aug, 14............. 415 4.0 1.9 5.5 .2 17 3.2 -o- 80 18 4 50 6.2 900 75
Aug. 15 ........... 287 9.5 3.9 1.5 4.9 2 12 1.6 -- -- 64 14 4 41 6.0 200 75
Aug. 16-18 ........ 272 7.8 .11 2.4 1.5 5.6 .2 12 .0 4.0 .4 .4 28 68 12 2 40 6.4 0 -
Aug. 19-21 ........ 131 6.8 .08 2.4 1.5 4.6 ,2 10 2.0 6.0 .2 .4 29 62 1 39 .3 180 --
Aug, 927........... 56 5.8 -- 2.4 1.0 3.2 .2 10 4.0 ..--- -- 50 10 2 36 6.3 65 80





Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface watera--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance. pH. and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specif i
Nag solids as CaCO conduct
Nag- Po- A-nce Tea-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bar Fluo- Ni- Phoa- al- ResidueCalcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium siumuSodm sum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate 'hate cu- at magne- carbon- ahoe nature
collection (cfs) (S10s) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO0) (P04) lated 180"C siua ate at 250C pH Color (OF)

(59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued

Aug. 28, 159 ..... 3 -- 4.0 1.0 4.2 0.2 16 0.8 -- 58 14 1 45 6.3 65 75
Aug. 29........... 58 13 -- 3.2 1.9 3.3 .2 10 1.6 -- -- 54 16 8 39 6.4 110 72
Aug. 30........... 157 16 -- 3.2 1.0 4.7 .5 20 2.0 -- -- -- 68 12 0 61 6.6 170 72
Aug. 31........... 195 -- 4.8 1.0 3.0 .5 11 2.4 6.0 -- 62 16 7 42 6.3 170 74
Sept. 1........... 214 11 -- 4.8 1.9 4.4 .4 16 3.2 -- -- 78 20 7 51 6.2 160 71
Sept, 2........... 383 9.8 -- 3.2 1.0 3.1 .4 9 -- -- 76 12 4 39 5.8 160 79
Sept. 3........... 223 9.8 -- 3.2 1.0 4.2 .4 12 .0 -- 70 12 2 42 6.0 160 74
Sept. 4........... 162 6.2 3.2 .5 3.4 .4 7 1.6 6.0 25 64 10 4 38 5.6 170 73
Sept 5 ........... 28 -- 3.2 1.5 3.4 .4 10 74 14 6 42 5.8 170 70
Sept. 6-9......... 204 6.6 0.06 2.4 1.5 3.2 .4 7 .0 6.0 0.2 0.6 24 64 12 6 38 .8 180 -
Sept. 10.......... 497 9.6 4.0 1.0 3.2 .3 11 .8 5.0 -- -- 29 54 14 5 39 5.8 180 70
Sept. 11.......... 373 -- 3.2 1.5 7.2 .4 11 .8 -- -- 70 14 5 42 5.8 180 75
Sept. 12.......... 370 -- 3.2 1.0 3.6 .4 8 .4 5.0 -- 60 12 6 39 5.7 180 71
Sept. 13 .......... 742 10 2.4 1.0 3.1 .4 8 -- 68 10 4 34 5.5 180 72
Sept. 14.......... 786 -- 3.2 1.0 3.8 .4 10 .4 -- 652 12 4 *38 5.7 180 74
W Sept. 15.......... 10 3.2 1.5 4.0 .4 10 .8 -- --- 60 14 6 40 5.8 180 71
Sept. 16.......... 775 -- 4.0 .5 4.0 .4 8 -- -- 56 12 6 40 6.0 180 70
Sept. 17.......... 963 6.4 1.6 1.0 3.8 .4 6 .4 --- 54 8 3 35 5.3 180 72
Sept. 18.......... 664 9.0 -- 2.4 1.0 3.8 .4 11 .4 5.0 -- 27 56 10 1 37 5.8 200 72
Sept. 19........... 437 6.6 -- 3.2 .5 3.1 .4 7 .4 3.0 21 54 10 4 36 5.4 200 74
Sept. 20.......... 500 11 -- 4.8 1.9 5.6 .4 19 .8 -- 64 20 4 50 6.1 200 72
Sept. 21.......... 444 4.8 1.0 6.3 .4 156 62 16 4 47 6.4 180 67
Sept. 22.......... 296 6.8 -- 4,0 .6 3.3 .4 1Q 1.2 6.0 -- 27 42 12 4 41 8.7 180 70
Sept. 23.......... 225 8.2 4.0 1.5 4.9 .4 14 .8 -- 42 16 4 49 6.0 180 78
Sept. 24.......... 186 8.2 -- 4.0 1.0 4.3 .4 12 2.4 7.0-- 33 46 14 4 42 6.0 180 77
Sept. 26-30....... 118 6.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.3 .4 6 1.2 5.0 .2 .2 25 26 12 6 37 6.1 150 --
Time-weigted -
average ....... 262 -- -- .1 1.1 4.3 0.2 16 4.5 -- --- -- 6 17 4 60 145 -
Nov. 12, 1959..... 77 8.7 0.10 2.4 1.0 3.4 0.0 8 20 6.0 0.1 0.5 25 49 10 4 41 5.9 10o0 67
Jan. 7, 1960...... 68 3.6 .11 3.4 .9 4.1 .2 14 2.0 6.8 .2 .2 28 53 12 0 43 6.8 60 --
Mar. 16........... 238 4.6 .13 3.4 .6 4.6 .2 10 3.2 8.5 .2 .4 0.4 31 52 11 3 47 6.1 100 -
Apr. 27........... 115 4.9 .18 3.0 .9 4.1 .0 8 2.0 6. .2 .3 3 26 3 11 4 40 6.4 100 -
June 23........... 107 5.3 .03 3.0 .6 3.2 .7 4 1.6 6.0 .2 .0 .2 23 1 10 6 40 5.7 95 --
Aug. 18........... 103 4.7 .05 3.0 .4 3.1 .2 6 .8 .6 .2 .0 .1 21 36 9 4 35 5.7 130 77







h I utlu a,--('8 Jirtl ui lyue ~ii luipupr-IIyuu Pil oi'l.u wlrlU W--1uiitia IJu4 u
Cheualui1 euueh'eue Cii piatM 1ua'iiiLutimu_ i'UjitMpuu(tiu iuouultuj, jill, enm UijiuvQll u IIOl ntlimua
IWlm I ved HNorldnueil Bipcif
unalld4 A CRCOI conduct
i--- nce Tela-
Date Mean Col- iw- tie- Nliar- Chl- Vr1io- Nt- Phaui- 4- xC- Rlduel CalouII, Non- (ItCaro- per-
ot discharge Illon Iron ai u mn mwu od8iulw Huitlnata ulfituJ rtle ride trtate phatu cu- at Manne- carbop- phoe Ature
oollction (PCt) (860,) l(i) (Ce) (Mg) (NA) (9) (HCO, (504) (Cl) (F) (NO,). (P0 )ltd jlO8tC (iiuI ate it 30'0 pH Color ('y)

(6) BULL CRI I NEAR MIDULEBUIRG, FLA,
Nov, I1 1957,,, ,, 14 5, 7,8 0,23 3,4 2,1 4,6 01 12 3 0,O 0,8 0,O 0,5 37 64 17 7 54 64 go00 51
8ept. 36, 198,,,, -- 7, 00 7,8 2,2 ,60 -- 31 0.0 6,5 .2 ,0 ,2 4 -- 28 2 70 7,0 70 70
Mar. 1, ,1989.,, 216 3.1 .4 1 .68 ,9 .0 2 4.0 4,0 .2 ,1 18 63 6 1 30 6,1 160 68
Deo,. 31,.,...,, 7. .,65 4,4 1.1 3.6 .3 16 1,6 7, .2 ,0 36 57 16 83 2 6,6 110 53
June 32, 160...., 6.6 .91 4,4 1,. 3,9 1.0 14 2.4 7,0 .2 .0 .3 34 66 1I 6 sI2 6 90 74
(21) KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLANDINO, FLA.
Aug. 18, 1924.... -- 10 -- 2.2 1.0 3. 4 2.9 8,0 -- 20 28 -- -- 36 -- 8 --
Nov. 27, 1967..... 3.1 1,1 0.01 8.2 1.0 6.9 0.5 8 6, 0.0 0,1 0.0 0.0 30 37 10 3 64 6,4 -
Oct, 1, 1958...... S 3.8 1.2 ,00 2.8 .e 7.4 -- 8 6, 10 .1 .0 ,o 32 -- 10 4 7 6, 6 81
Dec, 31, 199,..... 8 3.0 1.9 .03 3,0 .9 4,7 .6 8 .2 8.2 .1 .1 .0 9 31 11 4 53 6.6 7 I6
June 9, 1960..... 8 2.8 .3 .01 3.4 .7 6.1 ., 8 5,. 8.5 .0 .0 .0 28 12 6 53 5.9 5 83
(38) NORTH PORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.
Dec. 17, 1957,.... 2 10 0.10 13 4.7 20 0.4 0 113 8.5 0.,2 0.7 -I 172 190 5 52 288 45 4 30 --
Oct. 1-3, 1958.... 10 10 .07 19 3.3 67 1., 2 185 10 .1 .4 0.1 298 324 61 60 483 5.0 10
Oct. 4.. ......... 2 4 92 .- ,- 41 38 291 .1 55 76
Oat. 5-8,......... 3 9.0 .18 7.6 2.4 14 .9 7 32 10 .4 .1 80 138 29 24 130 5.8 180 --
oat. 9-15, 19-20.. 14 9.4 .08 13 2.8 41 1.4 4 100 10 .3 .3 .1 180 211 44 40 386 6.4 90 --
Oct. 16-18....... 8.4 10 .03 17 3.3 72 1.8 4 199 10 .2 .6 .0 316 336 56 52 492 5.0 20
Ot. 1-23........ 44 10 .14 8.4 5.8 13 .9 6 30 12 .4 .7 .1 84 143 45 40 131 6.1 150
Oct. 24-28, 31,
Nov. 1-7........ 37 11 .09 14 2.2 36 1.0 4 90 9.2 .3 .1 .1 166 200 44 40 271 5.3 90
Oct. 29-30....... 14 11 .04 24 4.9 50 1.4 3 169 9.8 .1 .2 .2 272 300 80 78 430 4.9 5
Nov. 8-13........ 96 8.8 .17 5.2 1.5 8.9 .8 7 23 10 .4 .1 .5 63 111 19 14 87 .0 240 -
Nov. 13-20........ 24 9.3 .11 9.2 2.2 28 ,7 4 61 8.8 .3 .0 .3 122 155 32 28 199 .1 140 -
Nov. 21-30........ 24 8.5 .14 7.2 1.5 20 .7 6 35 0.8 .3 .0 .2 85 117 24 19 140 5. 150 --
Dec. 1-10......... 83 8.4 .17 5.6 1.5 13 .5 4 20 8.8 .4 .0 .1 61 107 20 16 105 51 180 --
Dec. 11-20......... 119 6.7 .16 5.2 1.2 8.1 .5 4 23 9.5 .3 .1 .0 87 98 18 14 89 5.1 160 -
Dec. 2a1........... 43 13 .2 4 23 8.0 .1 -- 20 17 119 5.1 120 47
Dec. 22........... 34 9.5 .1 6 1 -- .2 -- 17 12 85 0.5 130 43
Dec. 23-26........ 30 12 .13 7.6 1.7 19 .3 3 46 8.0 .2 97 125 26 24 168 5.0 120 -
Dec. 27-31, Jan.
1-13, 16-20, 1959 170 8.4 .07 4.4 .7 9.2 .2 4 15 8.0 .2 .1 48 82 14 10 84 .2 10 -










Table 2,--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical an lyee in o~rts per million except ns ifim conduenace. oli, and color--Contnued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaCOg conduct-
BBg- Po- dance Tom-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tae- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
ot discharge Silica Iron clum siumSodium um bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhoe nature
collection (cts) (810,) (Fe) (Ca) (M) (Na) (K) (HCOO) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOs) (PO4) lated 180oC slum ate at 26C pHColor (F)

(38) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continued

Jan. 14-15, 1989.. 48 7.4 6.4 1.2 17 0.3 5 34 8.0 0.1 0.4 77 21 17 134 5.8 120
Jan. 21-31........ 51 7.4 0.13 3.6 1.0 11 .2 4 1 8.0 .2 .2 50 81 13 10 88 5.4 170
Feb. 1-8.......... 59 7.1 .10 4.8 1.0 13 2 4 24 8.5 ,1 .2 -- 81 92 18 12 105 5.8 170
Feb. 9-10......... 192 6.5 3.2 1.0 7.1 .1 4 10 9.0 .2 3.6 -- 43 12 8 65 5.3 200
Feb. 11-20........ 62 7.0 .14 4.8 1.7 14 .3 4 28 8.0 .1 .1 66 100 19 16 5.2 220 -
Feb. 21-4....... 32 7.1 .09 8.4 2,4 19 .4 2 4 8.5 .1 .1 101 122 31 30 184 4.8 80
Feb. 25-28, Mar.
1-4.............. 270 6.6 .16 4.0 .7 6.8 .3 6 11 6.5 .2 ,1 40 72 13 8 72 5. .200
Mar. 5-7.......... 293 5.8 .13 2.4 .5 4.7 .1 4 6.8 6.0 .1 .3 -- 29 4 8 4 50 5.2 180
Mar. 8-14......... 123 6.7 .13 4.0 1.2 7.5 .1 4 15 7.0 .1 .2 43 76 15 12 77 5.2 180
Mar. 15-20........ 706 5.1 .03 2.4 .7 4.2 .2 3 7.2 3.8 .2 .2 26 56 9 6 42 5.4 120
Mar. 21-31........ 199 3.9 .11 3.8 1.0 6.9 .2 3 14 6.0 .2 .3 38 68 14 11 70 5.6 140
Apr. 1-1 ......... 118 4.2 .11 3.8 1.0 7.6 .2 4 14 6.8 .2 .4 40 72 14 10 74 5.5 150
Apr. 17-19......... 42 5.1 .06 5.6 1.2 16 .3 5 26 7.6 .2 .2 -- 6 94 19 15 116 6.1 90
Apr. 20-25........ 206 4.8 .14 3.0 1.1 6.9 .2 4 10 6.0 .3 .4 35 77 12 8 61 5.7 240
Apr. 26-28 ........ 4 5.6 .06 4.0 1.5 16 .2 3 25 6.5 .2 .5 60 102 16 14 109 5.5 160
Apr. 29-30,May 1-9 25 6.4 .09 7.6 1.9 24 .4 4 54 8.0 .2 .7 -- 105 130 27 24 188 5.7 90
May 10-13......... 20 6.8 .07 10 1.9 33 .5 6 78 8.5 .1 .3 142 166 33 28 246 6.6 65
May 14-16......... 99 9.3 .12 3.8 1.2 11 .2 4 16 6.0 .3 .2 -- 49 95 14 11 83 5.6 240
May 17-20........ 58 9.6 .17 5.6 1.5 17 .2 6 32 7.0 .3 .3 -- 77 118 20 s1 125 6.2 210
May 21-31......... 415 5.0 .11 4.0 .4 6.0 .0 6 9.6 5.2 .2 .5 34 73 12 6 58 .8 210
June 1-10......... 181 5.9 .25 3.0 1.3 5.2 .0 6 4.0 9.0 .2 .5 32 68 13 8 51 .8 280
June 11-20........ 40 6.7 .11 3.6 1.1 6.9 .0 9 8.4 8.2 .2 .4 38 74 14 6 66 8.3 200
June 21, 23-25.... 23 5.6 .02 4.4 .7 6.6 .4 9 8.0 10 .0 .3 40 54 14 6 63 .2 160
June 22........... 29 33 7.2 1.5 12 .8 36 9.2 .9 -- 100 24 0 84 6,8240 69
June 26-27........ 14 6.4 6.8 .7 11 .5 13 19 11 .0 .2 62 62 20 10 94 6.9 140
June 28 .......... 5 6.9 -- 88 .5 12 .6 12 21 -- 11 76 24 14 104 .3 220 71
June 29-30, July
1-2.............. .. 13 5.0 .02 4.4 1. 9.9 .6 11 15 9.5 .0 .2 52 60 17 8 80 .6 160
July 3-6, 1959.... 12 6.6 .04 7.2 1.0 14 .7 26 28 9.5 .0 .4 -- 80 80 22 0 114 .8 120 -


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T#eliu 4,--('Vluwiul uimiyui eJ tuulu i'u l awatuuu wUlu>'N-l'UII Itm:d

1u 11lvut11 lrdinti 8q(Ii-
/ old/ AN C C O cunduot-
Mur- ro- ..-------oance Tem-
lat, Mean Cal- n*- tin@- iitry- (Chlio- Fluo- NH- Ihou- c- HOl- H Jdu OituMa Non- (miotro- per-
of d4ohargl lllca Iron oluam itu Sodlium Mtul boustr lulfats l idu rid tratul phjilu c- at maina- carbon- wihon *ture
colleption (utm) (u8) ) (V() (C a (iM) (Na (1) t ( 0) 1 ()4) (Cl) (V) ( PO )( i ) lated OC sm at liat 2 C) 21 color ('F)

(38) NORTH IOHK BLACK CRI0 K NlAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continuud

July 7-14, 10,,, 14 6,6 0,03 6,0 1,2 8,8 0,6 13 15 11 0,0 0,8 -- 80 55 20 10 83 6, 130
July 15,,,,,,,,,, 100 1i -- 8,8 ,5 31 ,4 10 37 ..- 24 16 108 5,8 150 88
July 168-31,,.,,,, 167 5,5 ,04 3,3 1,0 6,1 .1 8 8,4 7,0 ,3 ,3 -- 36 0B 1 6 14 ,8 180 --
July 33-31, Aug.
1-6,,,,,,..,,.,, 6e 7,3 ,13 0.4 .0 6,5 .3 11 84 9,0 .4 .7 44 84 16 7 s9 ,6 230
Aug, 7-,,,,,,,,. 38 8,4 -- 13 0 33 .5 0 55 8,0 .3 1.3 113 148 33 34 173 6,3 180 -
Aug, 8-O,0........ 30 8,a 13 .0 38 .0 0 78 8,0 .3 141 180 33 24 232 6.3 100
Aug. 11.,,,,..., 31 -- 13 1.8 26 .0 7 168 40 34 33 5,7 110 70
Aug. 13,,,,,,..,, 34 8,0 3.4 18 .0 7 -- -.. 134 30 34 156 5,8 110 73
Aug, 13-17.,,,..,, 39 7,8 8.0 1,9 10 .6 8 41 0.0 ,0 -- 80 126 28 23 141 6,3 150 -
Aug, 109-311.,,,,. 29 10 14 1.2 20 .6 11 66 8.0 .2 .7 -- 120 154 40 31 196 6.0 100
Aug. 33,....,,,.,. 17 -- 17 3.3 22 .6 0 74 -- -- 168 s6 44 337 6,0 80 67
Aug. 33....,..... 16 28 1.9 33 -- 4 .. .. 234 78 74 344 6.3 30 70
Aug. 34...,,o..... 14 23 6.1 33 1.0 5 .- -. 334 80 76 346 5.4 35 69
Aug. 32.......,. 11 -. 17 3.3 7 -- 1723 6 50 256 8.8 35 69
Aug. 23...,...... 9.9 -- 14 3.9 20 .8 8 136 44 40 190 5.6 80 08
Aug. 37.......... 11 -- 30 4,0 38 1.0 60 278 94 89 394 5.6 30 89
Aug. 38... ...... 11 I -- 30 3.6 36 1.0 4 152 -- -.. 179 90 86 386 5.6 10 69
Aug. 32............ 16 32 5.4 36 1.0 4 158 -- --- 288 102 98 403 s.2 15 68
Aug. 0-31........ 102 7.3 6.4 1.6 4.4 .4 8 14 6.0 .4 .3 -- 43 96 3 18 80 1.3 230
Sept 1. .......... 186 6.2 -- 7.3 1,5 7.3 .3 0 20 7.0 -- -- 62 108 24 19 83 1.2 40 69
Sept, 2........... 146 4.0 3.0 7.3 .3 7 20 -- -- 1168 2 16 63 .4 30 68
Sept. 3...... ..... 110 6.8 -- 7.2 1.5 9.2 .3 24 6.0 -1 -- 68 130 34 20 99 .3 180 67
Sept, 4........... 99 -- 7.2 3.9 9.3 .3 6 - 118 30 25 101 1.4 200 68
Sept. 5,.......... 74 8.0 -- 7. 1.9 9.8 .1 10 18 7.0 .3 7 124 36 18 102 .8 150 68
Sept. 6........... 69 7.4 8.8 1.5 1q .1 6 31 6.0 .- 71 120 28 23 136 .6 120 70
Sept. 7.......... 84 11 3.0 14 .1 8 40 18 40 34 158 .6 200 -
Sept. 8........... 79 7.5 11 2.6 14 .1 2. 40 .4 162 38 36 171 4.8 260 s6
Sept. ........... 84 9,2 11 3,8 16 .1 9 43 -- .4 146 42 34 161 1.6 280 68
Sept. 10... ...... 98 10 -- 6.4 1,9 8.1 .1 6 18 8.0 -- -- 5 120 24 19 93 1.3 380 73








Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in part pe r million except specific conductance, pH. and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Speoific
solids as Cacos conduct-
Mag- Pa- ance Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Biar- Chlo- Pluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (cro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron oium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride iide trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos nature
collection (of) (81io) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180C 0 slum ate at 25'C) pH Color (')

(38) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continued

Sept. 11, 1959.... 121 7.6 6.4 1.5 7.7 0.1 6 17 7.0 s50 114 22 17 .92 5.3 250 70
Sept. 12........... 219 6.4 1.9 8.0 .1 4 18 -- -- -- 110 24 20 92 5.0 220 70
Sept. 13.......... 1430 4.8 1.0 9 -- 70 16 8 40. 5.7 180 70.
Sept, 14.......... 443 4.8 1.0 7 --- 94 16 10 66 0.8 100 .70
Sept. 1 ..... 279 5.3 -- 4.8 1.0 5.1 .5 7 9.2 5.0 0.5 36 104 16 10 66 5.4 200 '66
Sept. 16.......... 602 5.8 4.8 1.0 5.0 .1 6 11 6.0 -- .3 37 98 16 11 '64 5.5 200 63
Sept. 17.......... 720 5.2 -- 4.0 .5 4.4 .1 4 7.2 5.0 .5 29 70 12 8 57 5.0 210 68
Sept. 18.......... 370 5.0 -- 4.0 .5, 4.4 .1 5 8.0 6.0 -- .6 31 66 12 8 58 5.1'200 72
Sept. 19........... 256 6.8 4.0 4.4 .4 4 8. 4.4.0 .6 .30 74 12 8 6 5.2 210 69
-Sept. 20........... 630 4.2 3.2 1.0 4.4 .4 3 7.2 6.0 .4 -- 28 62 12 10 57 ..0 280 63
Sept. 21.......... 323 5.0 3.2 1.0 4.8 .4 6 7.6 5.0 .5 31 62 12 7 56 5.2 220 64
Sept. '22.......... 169 4.4 -- 4.0 1.5 6.2 .4 5 10 68 16 12 71 5.2 200 64
Sept.'23.......... 115 6.0 5.6 1.5. 9.5 .8 4 22 8.0 -- .3 5 80 20 16 98 5.3 160 61
Sept. 24......... 88 5.0 -- 6.4 2,4 12 .5 5 26 7.0- -- 61 90 26 22 110 5.2 200 66
Sept. 25.......... 75 4.6 -- 8.0 1.5 13 .5 3 31 .- .2 60 100 26 24 130 .1 210 ,67
Sept. 26.......... 65 6.2 -- 7.2 1.9 13 .5 5 34 7.0 -- .0 -- 72 100 26 22 134 5.3 160 67
Sept. 27-30....... 54 5.5 12 1.0 16 .8 2 47 .0 0.3 .0 93 114 .34 32 167 4.7 95 -
Time-weighted
average. ...... 116 7.2 0.11 6.8 1.4 15 0.4 6 32 8.1 0.2 0.3 -- 75 110 23 18 124 -- 160
Nov. 11, 1959,..7. 37 7.6 0.04 16 2.7 17 0.5 0 91 7.0 0.1 0.6 -- 143 170 51 51 2855 4.1 --
Dec. 31............ 16 7.1 .04 18 1.5 12 .6 3 67 7.0 .2 .0 115 136 51 48 194 5.1 25 84
Jan. 6, 1960...... 42 8.3 .01 24 '2.4 17 .2 2 93 9.0 .1 .8 0.0 16 170 70 68 263 4.7 7 -
MaVr. 2............. 8 6.0 .04 17 2.1 18 .2 5 174 7.8 .3 1.0 .0 129 153 51 47 226 5.0 20 -
Apr. 26........... 66 5.3 .20 12 1.5 16 .2 7 47 6.5 .2 .2 .1 92 119 36 30 169 .1 28 -
.Jund 22........... 30 .8 .05 28 2.4 22 1.9 6 106 6.0 .2 .2 .0 171 192 s0 75 280 5.8 20 -
Aug. 17........... 22 6.4 00 6.4 1.5 12 .5 8 20 6.0 .2 .3 .1 56 81 22 17 103 .6 100 ,78








Tabln 8,--Cheatlcl analymeu and tmapraSturiru of uurlaro watrsi--Contlnued


S i in rd p ll CCO onolduc
Nagods as acora P O
Date Meian 041 n- tim- Stoer- Chlow Fluoe Ni- Phos- Cal- Rreidue calclum, Non- (micro-
to discharge lllos Iron alum alum Sod$umr lum bonate sulfate ride ride trate phase cu. at aine- oarbon- *hoS
eolleotton <(at) (80,) (r.) (OC) (M) (a) (K) ( ) ( ) () (F) (O) (p) lated iB'C su a e at S'O) PH Color (

(63) YIUALO WATER CREEK NEAR MAXVILLE, FLA,
Dec. 17 1987..,,, *. 13 0.1 19 3,6 12 0,8 48 ,65 18 0,1 0,1 0.1 i86 14 44 140 .1 50
sept, 36, 1988,,, i 11 .00 8.6 1,8 10 -- 39 4, 14 .1 ,0 I6 -- 28 9 97 6 0 74
Mar., 18, 1989.,,,, I 930 2,8 1.6 .9 2,6 .0 3 1.2 4 ,a .1 -. 14 3 5 386I s 110 -
Dec. 314.,l...,., -- 1 53 18 3,0 13 1.8 56 3.2 18 ,1 .0 ,0 06 104 50 4 154 .0 30 5I
June 39 1680..... I 1,4 7,0 .91 9.6 9,l 8I 0 4.0 33 8,0 14 .2 1.7 1,1 74 103 33 6 194 :4 65 76
(39) NORTN FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURO, FLA,
Aug. 3, 1957...,. 324 7,8 0.36 4.4 1,9 B.0 0.0 10 ,8 8, 0,3 0,5 40 9 16 a 63 t8 00 7
Dec. ........... 68 8, .07 10 .0 10 11 1 8 19 ,3 75 97 25 16 130 70 -
Po, 17........... 8 8,9 .10 9.4 3.3 11 .4 19 31 0. .1 ,1 0.1 80 193 37 97 190 50 -5
Jan. 99, 1988..... 149 9.3 .08 5.2 1,9 7.0 .8 15 I.1 11 .1 .4 48 75 91 8 s0 .0 so 51
Ma, 90............ 344 0,0 .17 4.0 1.5 7.2 .8 10 7.0 0.5 .2 ,3 41 71 18 8 70 .0 100 57
May 1,............ 51 8.0 .13 10 2.4 12 .8 SI 28 8.0 .1 .4 -- 80 89 35 14 133 .4 e0 89
July ............. 61 ,.9 .18 .88 1.8 8.3 ,7 18 7.5 8.5 .6 -- 48 87 24 9 78 0 180 7
Sept. 3........... 42 8.3 .21 7.9 1.7 14 1.1 20 15 o .4 1.1 -- 68 134 S5 8 107 .4 1000
rct. 93....... 101 11 .18 688 2,1 11 .8 13 17 10 .3 .1 -- 6 115 38 18 105 .3 00 --
May 96, 1998,..... 1410 3.0 .05 1.0 1.0 3.2 .0 3 4.8 305 .2 .5 -- 0 71 9 6 38 3220 74
NOVy .18........... 81 8,6 .7 .8 1.5 3.93 0 1 .8 9.0 .23 ,3 5 91 8 7 41 .7 340 f0
Jan. 1, 1960..... 46 7.9 .00 1i 3.9 13 .0 19 48 8.5 .1 .3 .5 108 119 53 38 174 8 '7 48
Apr, 10......... 152 5.3 .07 16 1.7 16 14 54 7.5 .1 .5 .1 108 117 47 36 179 3 --
May 31....... ..... B 1.1 .01 28 3.9 20 1.9 2 96 7.5 .2 .6 .0 170 184 88 08 279 '. 5 -
July 96......,.... 297 5.1 .08 5.8 1.0 4.4 .7 10 7.6 80. .3 1.7 .0 38 79 18 10 00 .8 90
Sept. 33.......... 133 7.0 .13 8.8 .7 5.2 .4 10 5.8 7.6 .2 .1 .0 38 9s 18 10 61 e 15 --.
(54) SANTA E LA KE NEAR MEULOBS, FLA.
July 11, 1957 .... 0.8 0.15 2.0 1.7 7.1 0.6 I 2.5 12 0.0 0. 30 47 19 77 60 10 Io 88
Nov. 28............ a 6.8 .8 .02 1.4 1.3 7.8 .4 4 7.5 12 .0 .2 0.0 33 40 9 8 81 I.8 1B
ot. 1. 1958...... 8 8.0 1.6 .03 2.4 1.2 7.0 .6 4 3.5 12 .1 .0 .0 30 48 11 8 63 T.8 25 84
Mar. 1, 1959..... 8 10.1 .5 .09 9.6 1.2 6.8 .1 2 5.2 13 .1 1.0 32 45 12 10 64 .3 20 0o
Dee. 30.......... .. 8.4 6.0 .08 9.2 1.5 7.6 .6 4 5.2 12 .1 .2 .5 38 54 12 8 0S .7 45 63
June 3, 1960 ..... 8 8.3 .0 .06 3.0 .6 7.5 .4 5 1, 1 .1 .0 .1 28 33 10 6 59 .7 40 84







Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts pe' million except specific conductance. pH. and color-Cont nued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
Solids. as CaCOS conduct-
Mag- Po- ance Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos nature
collection (cOs) (Si0g) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) ( HC3) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO0) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25"C) pH Color (OF)

(28) LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE NEAR MELROSE, FLA.
Nov. 26, 1957..... 1.0 0.03 8.4 1.7 7.8 0. 2 s e.o 12 0.1 o.1 0.2 49 72 28 8 92 7.1 6 --
ct. 1, 1958...... 2.1 .01 2.4 1.1 4.8 -- 4 .0 12 .2 .0 .0 25 -- 10 7 66 5.5 60 85
Jan. 20, 1960..... 7.8 .03 2.0 1.0 6.0 .4 5 4.4 11 .1 .2 .1 35 50 9 5 56 5.8 50 54
June 23........... .4 .06 2.4 1.0 6.2 .1 4 2.0 11 .0 .0 .1 26 42 10 6 56 5.4 81. 86

(16) HAMPTON LAKE AT HAMPTON BEACH, FLA.
Feb. 3, 1958...... 1.5 0.02 3.6 1.0 6.4 0.6 1 12 11 0.1 0.2 0.0 37 6s 13 12 72 4.9 10 82
Oct. ............ 2.7 .01 2.2 1.6 7.0 -- 2 10 11 .0 36 12 10 67 5.1 10 83
Mar. 20, 1959..... 1.0 .02 2.4 1.2 6.0 .0 2 7.2 9.8 .1 .4 29 52 11 10 63 5.0 48 62
Dec. 31.......... .7 .14 1.4 1.6 5.9 .5 4 6.0 8.2 .1 .1 .4 29 45 10 6 53 5.5 40 67
June 23, 190..... 1.1 .05 2.0 1.0 4.3 .0 2 1.6 8.0 .0 .0 .1 19 37 9 8 46 5.2 30 82

(83) SANTA FE RIVER AT GRAHAM, FLA.
Oct. 3, 1957...... 133 4.1 0.54 3.2 1.7 5.3 0.6 6 1.0 16 0.3' 0.3 -- 36 112 15 10 59 .4 340 -
Nov. l1........... 43 8.6 .29 12 4.6 6.8 .6 44 3.5 12 .4 .1 73 138 49 13 120 6.3 360 69
Jan. 20, 1958..... 11 5.2 .14 6.0 3.4 7.5 .0 19 3.2 16 .2 .1 -- 51 11 29 14 94 6.1 200 48
Fob. 3.............. 14 4.6 .05 5.6 3.4 7.9 .4 9 7.8 15 .3 .0 0.05 49 108 28 20 91 6.0 180 47
Mar. 17........... 124 3.6 .33 2.0 1.8 6.8 .6 2 6.0 13 2 .3 36 107 12 11 68 5.6 240 60
May 12........... 18 4.0 .37 4.4 3.6 6.8 .5 18 5.8 12 .3 '.3 -- 47 113 26 11 78 5.9 320 68
July 3............ 46 3.7 .25 3.0 1.9 3.6 .5 10 2.2 6.0 .2 .3 27 76 16 8 48 8.8 200 77
Sept. 2........... 15 6.6 .39 3.2 1.9 8.2 .4 5 2.2 10 .1 .6 .22 33 132 16 12 64 .0 00 --
Oct. 20........... 30 6.3 .24 3.6 3.4 8.1 .8 15 8.8 9.0 .2 .2 .13 45 105 23 10 53 6.2 20 --
Dec. 15........... 97 4.0 .21 2.8 1.9 4.3 .5 4 3.2 9.2 .2 .7 -- 29 80 15 12 55 .2 220 -
Feb. 6, 1959...... 29 4.4 .13 3.2 2.2 6.4 .0 5 6.4 12 .6 -- 38 98 17 13 67 .2 280 -
May 28............ 338 2.2 .40 1.2 1.1 3.6 .1 2 .4 3.8 .2 .5 14 82 8 6 41 .8 300 --
July 21........... 136 2.3 .52 1.8 1.1 6.6 .1 0 1.2 3.5 .2 .7 17 97 9 9 67 .4 340 -
Sept. 15.......... 276 3.5 .35 2.4 .6 4.3 .7 4 .8 8.0 .2 .6 -- 23 76 8 5 .19 3.0 0 --
Nov. 16........... 55 1.2 .28 1.2 1.9 5.7 .3 2 .4 8.0 .2 .2 -- 20 87 11 10 59 .8 340 88
Jan. 19, 1960..... 18 1.9 .16 3.6 1.7 6.6 .0 16 .4 12 .2 .6 -- 38 97 16 3 63 .4 180 56
Mar. 29........... 124 .3 .21 2.4 .5 .85 .0 10 .4 8.0 .2 .4 -- 23 69 8 0 46 8 190 68
May 28............ 13 1.1 .15 2.6 1.3 5.3 .7 3 .8 12 .2 .3 26 84 12 10 6 .2 300 -
July 18........... 798 1.8 .18 1.8 .6 2.0 .5 0 1.2 4.5 .2 .2 .0 13 60 7 7 30 .8 180 -
Sept. 14........... -- -- .24 .0 -- -- -









Tablu P,--Ch(Itcail analyseI and tumperature of surface waturM-Continusd
Chemicalc anlyusei n paftr per atlion sexapt pocitu conductance pil, and color--Continued
DOliolved Hardness speti --
a1- $ solids am Ca*o conduct
SMa- Poa. -na0 Te-
Date Mean Ca- ne- too" Blcrv Ohio- FIuom Ni- Phor- Cal- RIleduIe Cll0um m Nan- (moiro- paS-
of dlaoh srg iltas Iroan olum lum Sodium llum bonats ulfate ride rids trato phuto ou- at S n- carbon.- bhoam lr
aoleotion (oat) (S e) (Fe) (ca) (hM) (Na) (I) (Ho) (o04) (01) (?) (NO,) 0(p0) lated 1800C slue at at 25'C) PH Color ('F)

(26) LAKE SAMPBON AT SAMPSON CITY, NEAR STARKE, FPA
July. l 1957..... i S 2 1,7 0.0oa2 86 15 1.6i 12 4.8 .1 0 1 0,1 -- 97 1 39 29 i14 .5 15 9
o*pt. 1958,., 4.0 .00 8,8 .5 1 -1 12 24 10 ,2 0 0,0 8 -- 4 14 11B 1, 80 8
9Ma, 20, 18 9.... 8.6 8, .18 6,8 211 2. ,7 20 2.0 8.o0 ,3 ,5 37 97 25 a 74 1 .s 9o0 l
Deo. 31 .....,. 8 60 1.2 .0 5,O 1.6 11 8 22 7.5 ,2 .3 .0 53 75 19 14 97 6.2 8 8 8
Jun.a.. 180. -- .21 6.4 1.2 11 .t I 21 8.0 .2 .0 ,0 2I 68 1a 17 99 1.9 45 84
(18) HATCHET CRBEK NEAR CONIIWUNCE O r SANTA VP RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA.
Nov. 18, 1987I... I Sa 0.o 1.0 4.7 0.a2 9.8 0.1 0.0 0.1 5 8 5 4 14. o 7Y2a "
oot. .... I .0 9.2 .00 13 4. 1 4.4 1- 518 2 8.8 .3 1 .8 70 1 111 1. 5 78
Mar. 1 195e... I- 1l. .20 .4 .4 .0 .00 .0 0 .4 .1 -- 8 42 i 2 1,113 00 4
Jan, 8 0. 1 19. I 9. .1 .12 3.6 1.1 3.8 .0o 1 1. 7.2 .3 .1 1.1 i9 50 14 6 42 so 54
june 1a1.......... .- 2.9 .42 1.4 1.0 3.8 .9 0 .8 8.0 .1 4 20 78 8 81 4 g:4. 280 73
(49) SAMPSON RIVER AT ORAHAM, FLA.
Nov. 19, 1987 ... 0.02 8. .4 51 a 0.i 2 38S 1" 0.1 00.0 0.3 87 90 38 1i 150 I.7 80 7 -
ohb. 3, 198 ...... 2.8 .04 1 4.4 1. .8 31 38 13. .00 0 101 14 408 2 1 76 .3 35 4
oot. a.......... .. 3.2 .01 8.4 2.4 11 -- I18 3 10 .3 .3 .1 68 31 i18 136 40 I
Mar. 1, 19589..... 3.8 .07 4.2 .9 .4 .1 a 4.88 .8 .2 .1 28 87 14 1 2 63 .0 180 7
Deo. 31. ........... .8 .0 8 1.. .03 6.8 6 9 .11 60 .I1 28 12 108 I .6 70 84
JUne3 2, 190 ..... 2.9 .04 10.2 1. 6.5 8 .2 13 11 .o0 4 0 .0 43 70 20 8 70 .3 90 78
(48) ROCEKY CERBE NEAR ACROSS, FLA.
Nov. 18, 1897.... 3.8 9.0 0.2 8.86 .0 8.7 2.1 35 9.0 185 0.4 0.0 1,4 80 iO I6 44 18 318 .e10
oct. 3, 198, ..... B.8 .12 10 3.8 3.8 .8 43 3.8 0.5 .4 .0 1.1 519 70 40 48 I 40 71
Mar. 19, 1 ..... 3.4 .11 2.8 .9 2.9 .1 4 4.0 8 02 .1 -- 22 49 10 7 41 .11 I 55
Jan., 4 1980...... 7.0 .07 8.0 1.9 6.9 2.4 18 8.4 18 .4 ,o -- 9 111 s 28 18 10 3 130 57
JUM a........... .6.7 .08 6.8 2.7 6.2 2.2 11 I 7.8 12a .4 .0 .7 1 93 28 18 91 18.0 90 74
(1) ALLIGATOR CREEK NEAR LAWTEY OFF STATE ,ROADS 16 and 225, FLA.
Mar. 18., 1959..... 2.9 1 0.28 1.21 0.4 1 3.1 0.o ) .0 2 4.5 I0.2 10.2, 1 1 36 4 3 30 .3 90 8







Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures.of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaC03 conduct-
Mag- Po- once Ten-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silia Iron ium um Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos aturo
collection (o a) .(SiO) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO0) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25C) pH Color ('F)

(62) WATER OAK CREEK AT STATE ROAD 25 NEAR STARK, FLA.
Nov. 20, 1957...... I 0 16 0.20 o1 7.2 9.2 1.2 62 2.8 14 0.2 0.0 94 110 54 4 143 7.0 110 65
Mar. 18, 1959..... 2.3 .22 2.0 .2 2.8 .1 4 .8 3.8 .1 .2 15 36 6 2 31 5.6 90 66
June 2, 1960 .... 8.0 .23 3.8 1.1 3.8 .9 9 2.4 8.0 .1 .0 0.1 33 58 14 6 52 6.1 90 82
(36) NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
July 15-20, 1967.. 22 8.2 0.60 7.6 4.5 6.5 0.6 30 7.8 10 0.4 0.5 62 127 38 13 97 6.2 440
July 21-31........ 15 14 .58 11 5.6 8.6 .8 48 8.0 11 .4 .6 84 145 50 10 125 6.6 260
Aug., 1-10......... 136 7.5 .46 5.2 2.9 5.2 .7 22 5.0 7.8 .3 .3 46 102 25 7 72 6.2 220
Aug. 11-20.......... 207 11 .71 4.4 2.9 5.8 .6 20 4.5 8.2 .4 .4 49 127 23 6 69 6.1 360
Aug. 21-31........ 142 7.6 .56 4.6 2.8 6.3 .5 18 4.2 9.8 .3 .3 46 114 23 8 74 6.1 230
Sept. 1-10........ .43 14 .49 6.4 4.7 8.5 .7 32 5.8 11 .4 1.0 69 133 36 10 100 6.4 230
Sept. 11-20....... 43 14 .50 8.8 4.1 8.3 .8 40 5.0 11 .4 .2 73 125 39 6 107 6.7 280
Sept. 21-30 ...... 107 10 .61 7.8 1.1 7.2 .8 22 4.0 10 .4 .2 53 112 24 6 79 6.5 260
Oct. 1-10......... 290 11 .44 4.8 2.3 7.6 .8 21 3.2 10 .4 .2 51 112 22 4 76 6.4 280
Oct. 11-20........ 63.3 11 .49 7.0 2.8 8.7 .5 26 3.5 11 .3 .9 59 130 29 8 90 6.4 360
Oct. 21-31........ 15.8 13 .47 10 7.1 10 1.0 53 6.0 14 .4 1.6 89 145 84 10 131 6.8 260
Nov. 1-10......... 8.1 10 .29 18 6.8 10 1.2 69 8.5 14 .3 2.9 107 146 73 16 180 6.9 200
Nov. 11-20........ 6.4 13 .20 20 8.6 10 1.6 94 6.8 14 .4 3.9 124 149 86 8 203 7.1 130
Nov. 21-30........ 7.2 14 .09 22 10 12 1.7 109 8,6 15 .4 3.9 143 160 96 6 239 7.1 90
Dec. 1-14.......... 17.6 12 .17 16 7.8 10 .1.3 73 8.6 15 .3 1.7 109 161 72 12 182 6.8 130
Dec. 16-21........ 14.9 13 .17 14 7.1 9.0 .6 66 5.8 15 .2 2.1 100 125 64 10 170 6.7 120
Dec. 22-31........ 13.2 13 .23 16 8.3 10 .7 80 6.8 15 .2 1.2 112 135 74 8 187 7.0 120
Jan. 1-10, 1968... 18. 18 .19 16 8.3 11 .9 82 7.0 16 .2 1.2 119 150 74 7 192 7.0 110
Jan. 11-20........ 45.8 16 .24 11 6.3 11 1.1 51 9.0 19 .2 .5 B9 130 54 12 159 6.7 120
Jan. 21-31........ 68.0 12 .25 9.6 4.0 9.0 .3 33 7.2 18 .2 .3 77 116 40 14 128 6.5 140
Feb. 1-10......... 87.4 11 .25 8.6 4.9 12 .3 33 7.2 20 .2 .2 81 119 42 14 :31 6.5 130
Feb. 11-19........ 69.4 11 .16 8.2 4.5 9.5 .2 31 6.0 20 .2 .4 75 116 39 14 127 6.5 110
Feb. 20-28........ 237 7.7 .27 7.6 3.6 8.5 .6 29 5.0 16 .2 .8 64 100 34 10 114 6.4 110
Mar. 1-10......... 998 5.9 .29 3.8 2.3 6.0 .6 1 4 1 4 12 .2 .2 43 92 19 6 74 6.0 160
Mar. 11-20........ 427 5.3 .38 4.6 2.1 6.5 .8 14 4.2 12 .2 .3 43 105 20 8 75 5.9 220











Tabl 41 ,-Chremitl analyses and romperAturva of uurlaca wateru--Continued
S ChmtPcal Alll tn at-RI 'lon SoD t m*oie aondut anc, oH. and i.olor-.Contjnued
PDisolved HIrdnes Ispeattlo
s olUid a CaoO0 conduot-
UMsg. Po- -O I t4-
Olate Moan as cal- ta- Moor- Chlo- Yuo- i- Phi- c Rl.Qu Caltou, (on- (micro-
So dichrge lle Iron alum alum sodium lum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phe cu- a t mne s orbon.- hola eur
oolleatlon (aoa) ( 10,) (P() (Ca) (Mg) (N) (K) (HCO,) (804) (Cl) (F) (No,) (P0O) laedl 180C iua t at 25'C) pH Color (*7)


Mr,. 31-31, 1958..
Apr. 1-10...,.,,..
Apr. 21-30......
May 1-10....,,,,.
May 11-20........
May 21-31......
June 1-10.0......
June 11-19......
June 20-24........
June 25-July 10..,
July 11-19......
July 20-31.......
Aug. 1-10.........
Aug. 11-20........
Aug. 21-31.......
Bept. 1-10.......
Sept. 11-20 ......
Sept. 21-30.......
Time-weigted
average... *to.
Oct. 23, 1098.....
Feb. 6, 119 ......


(36) NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLR, PLA.--Continued
301 8,3 0,40 8,0 2.4 7.5 0.6 20 4,0 14 0,. 0.8 83 105 28 8 91 l2 10o
118 ,8 .46 5.8 2.8 80 .7 22 3,0 14 .2 53 100 2 8 92 ,2 210
483 8,7 ,33 6.8 1,8 6.i ,7 23 3,8 10 ,2 .1 47 S5 24 6 83 1. 170
240 1 .41 7.2 2.0 8.0 .3 31 3,8 11 .2 .8 61 113 30 4 08 .4 30
115 12 .84 5.8 3.3 8.5 .4 28 3.8 10 .2 .3 58 121 28 5 89 .4 280
28.6 10 .43 8.4 4.5 8.5 .3 39 1.0 11 ,2 .9 88 117 40 8 112 .6 280
34.8 9,8 .38 98, 4.4 8,8 .8 42 6.0 11 .3 .0 72 117 4 6 116 .6 310
2286 8,8 .44 8.8 3.9 7,0 .5 3s 5.5 10 .2 .4 64 124 88 8 106 5280
4.7 17 .34 14 6.9 11 1.0 70 8.0 12 .3 1,3 104 142 64 6 166 7.0 30
10.7 13 .27 18 9,0 10 1.7 95 8.8 13 .4 4.0 128 146 82 4 201 .4 120
866 7.3 .28 5,6 3.2 5.7 .7 18 6,8 9.2 .3 1.2 49 95 27 12 80 .13 20
152 7.4 .So 4I, 2.4 0.1 *7 is 8.8 9.2 .3 1.3 48 117 22 9 71 .1 320
121 6.1 .42 4.4 2.7 6.1 .6 18 8.5 0.0 .3 1.0 44 97 22 7 67 .2 250
69.6 8.9 .39 5.6 3.4 5.7 .6 23 3.8 10 .3 1.2 49 102 28 9 82 .6 220
301 7.0 .31 5.0 1.8 4.0 .5 16 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 39 90 20 7 61 .1 240
123 6.5 .62 5. 1.85 5.3 .5 18 2.5 9.0 .2 .7 40 113 20 8 82 .1 320
23,2 7.7 .52 8.2 3.3 6.3 .9 30 4.2 10 .3 .9 57 120 34 10 89 .8 360
10.0 9.0 .45 16 3.2 8.0 1,4 80 5.8 12 .3 2.0 84 132 83 12 131 280
4.8 12 .30 18 6.7 8.8 1.7 78 7.2 12 .3 2.1 107 138 72 8 177 7.22180

129 10 0.38 9.8 4.4 8.1 0.8 40 5.5 12 0.3 1.0 72 121 41 8 11 230
.06 12| 0.09 30 7.8 5 2.8 114 1 16 i 0.8 7,7 2.9 159 1 0 16 27 1.100 1 -
273 7.3 .23 5.0 2.23 .6 .0 11 .6 9.8 .3 .7 42 86 22 12 173 5.8l001a


May a .. S ......... o 3.06 .32 50. 1.2 2.0 .1 1i 4.4 4. 1.2 31 78 19 6 49 .2 220
July 23........... 245 3.9 .21 4.6 .9 2.0 .1 9 2.8 3.8 .3 1.8 25 71 15 8 41 t.9 150 -
Sept. 18.......... 1260 4.9 .23 5.0 .8 2.9 .7 11 .8 5.5 .3 .7 27 64 14 6 43 .8 100 --
Nov. 17 ............ 33 5.8 .28 8.8 2.9 .2 .s 23 1.3 8.0 .2 1.0 43 100 29 10 80 .030 64
Jan. 10, 1960..... 19 7.8 .23 13 4.7 8.7 .6 5 4.0 12 .3 2.8 1.0 81 116i 5 7 137 7.6 120 66
May 25a ............ 6 9.3 .10 14 6.8 8.3 2.4 62 4,8 13 .4 2.8 1.2 94 123 63 12 9 6. 90
July 8............ 818 3.2 ,06 4.4 .9 2.0 .7 6 ,8 5.0 .3 .3 .1 21 78 14 10 38 .9 0 --
Sept. 23 ............. 120 3.4 .18 3.6 1.7 4.0 .6 10 .4 1 .:3 .0 .3 34 69 16 8 49 6s.8 280 -








Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specitfi
solids as CaCo conduct-
Mag- Po- amnce Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Flu- Ni Phoos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge lilie Iron alum slum Sodium alum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos nature
collection (of) (810,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO.) (P4) lated 180C alum ate at 5'C PH Color ("7)

(6) BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Nov. 26, 197..... 1.9 1.4 11 4.3 6.1 0.7 40 8.0 10 0.3 1.0 0.2 7S 140 45 12 104 6.6 500 58
Mar. 18, 1989..... 2.8 .13 1.6 .7 2.9 .0 0 2.8. 8 8 .2 .1 16 65 7 7 33 4.7 280 55
Jan. 4, 1960...... 3.8 .13 3.2 .5 3.3 .1 4 .4 7.5 .2 .2 21 94 10 6 47 4.8 130 56
June 22.......... 3.0 .17 .6 1.0 3.1 .2 3 .4 10 .1 .1 .0 0 6 0 8 38 4.9 340 76
(22) LAKE BUTLER AT LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
'July 10, 197 ..... -- 0.7 0.02 3.2 1.9 6.9 0.8 6 6.5 12 0. 0.S -- 35 72 16 11 72 5.6 45 94
Dec. 19........... -- 4.3 .05 2.4 1.8 7.8 .5 6 7.2 12 .1 .0 0.3 39 70 14 8 69 .1 50 --
Oct. 2, 1958...... 8 6.8 2. .00 3.0 1.1 6.7 5.0 12 .0 .0 33 -- 12 8 6 5.7 40 83
Mar. 20, 199 ..... '8 9 1.4 .02 2.2 1.2 8.0 .1 2 3.2 8.8 .2 .1 -- .23 58 10 9 84 5.2 70 60
Jan. 4, 1960..... 8 ,.6 1.7 .01 2.4 .5 3.5 .5 7 1.6 6.0, .2 .0 -- 20 s 8 2 40 5.8 60 62
June Ra........... 8 6.7.. 1.1 .09 2.4 .6 3.6 .4 6 .8 7.0 .0 .0 .1 19 41 8 4 40 5.6 b 82

(86) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.
July 15-21, 1957.. 239 13 0.57 7.2 4.0 8.7 1.0 e6 12 10 0.4 0.2 70 137 34 13 105 8.4 230 --
July 22-Aug. 2.... 311 8.6 .43 5.8 3.5 7.2 1.0 22 10 8.8 .4 .3 7 115 29 11 89 .3 230 --
Aug. 11-20......... 620 8.9 .49 5.2 3.0 6.6 1.1 19 8.0 8.5 .3 .5 52 122 26 10 77 6.1 230 -
Aug. 21-31........ 404 9.2 .41 6.6 3.6 7.6 .8 25 7.5 10 .4 .4 59 121 32 11 9 6.3 230 -
Sept. 1-10........ 155 10 .37 7.6 3.9 8.8 1.0 28 12 12 .5 .3 70 122 35 12 108 6.4 230 -
Sept. 11-20..3.... 226 14 .40 8.2 3.2 8.9 .5 30 7.8 11 .4 .4 70 120 33 9 97 6.7 260 -
Sept. 21-30....... 336 14 .46 7.2 2.9 10 1.1 30 6.8 11 .4 .2 69 131 30 6 100 6.6 320 -
Oct. 1-10........ 666 8.9 .48 6.0 3.0 7.8 .9 19 6.5 11 .4 .2 55 122 28 12 84 6.4 340 -
Oct. 11-....... 289 12 .36 8.0 2.9 10 .8 28 12 10 .4 .2 71 124 32 9 104 6.6 10 --
Oct. 21-31 ........ 99 8.8 .2 11 2.3 12 1.0 32 17 12 .3 .2 81 118 37 11 131 6.7 180 --
Nov. 1-10......... 59 7.9 .17 12 6.6 13 1.2 64 22 11 .3 .4 107 114 87 4 144 6.8 110 --
Nov. 11-20 ........ 6 7.3 .49 10 4.1 12 1.2 42 21 6.2 .3 .2 84 110 42 8 141 6.8 100 -
Nov. 21-30........ 84 8.8 .12 9.2 5.4 10 1.3 39 16 12 .1 .5 83 110 45 13 137 6.8 100 --
Dec. 1-10......... 89 14 .14 11 5.7 11 1.2 48 14 13 .1 .2 95 121 51 12 146 6.8 110 -
Dec. 11-22....... 70 8.8 .12 10 5.1 9.8 1.0 39 13 14 .1 .4 82 102 46 14 133 7.0 110 --
Dec. 23-29 ....... 88 8.5 .16 12' 4.9 10 1.2 43 14 13 .1 .3 86 107 50 18 142 6.7 110
Dec. 30-Jan. 10,
198............. 84 10 .11 11 5.5 9.0 .8 44 12 14 .2 .3 85 117 50 14 147 7.0 94 -
Jan. 11-20........ 174 11 .11 9.6 5.0 9.0 .6 36 11 16 .2 .1 81 118 44 15 137 6.8 120 --
Jan. 21-31........ 227 8.2 .18 7.6 4.3 9.0 .3 26 8.8 16 .2 .1 67 113 36 18 117 7.1 170










Table 8,--Cherm$ai analyses and t eperturr s of gurfacs wIter@--cContaud4
Chem a sanlyser in Jpart pr *t1lon sxcNpt eatpali conductance, po and color--Continue4
Diweolved Hardwnes IpeOiG c
s o. eld le 00s a conduct
Nag. Pa. I o T&AG
Dats Mean Cal- il- ta- Bloar. Chlo- rluo- N1- Phos- Cal. Residue Calum Non- (ioroa. eir
of dloharge allies Iron glum aium Sodium num bonate sulfate ride ride trate phste ou- t agrne- carbon- ahoM gu
collection (oIr) (30o,) (F,) (Cm) (Ms) (N) (I) (N) ) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO_ ) (P)0) lted o'180 C sum at t a25'C pH Cor ('r)

(88) BANTA Fl RIVXR AT WORTHINOTOM, FIA,--Coatinued
Feb, 1-10, 1988,,, 194 S,0 0,13 7,4 4,4 G,0 0,3 s 9,o0 10 0, 0o.0 67 108 1139 6,7 140
Feb. 11-26..,,..,, 217 7.8 .11 8.0 4.4 9,0 ,1 28 6.5 17 .0 67 109 38 1S 118 6,7 130
Feb, 31-28...,,,,, 405 89, .17 7.0 3.9 7,0 ,3 62 6.5 11 ,3 ,0 so 104 34 13 108 8,8 130
Mar. 3-10..,.,,,., 1960 5,8 ,17 4, 1,7 .8 14 3,5 10 ,s ,2 37 87 la 6 72 6,: 180
Mar. 11-20,.,,,,,. 1400 7.0 .90 6.0 2.4 6,6 .2 15 7,5 10 ,9 ,1 47 100 Q 2 10 79 0.4 260
Mar. 21-31,....... 1060 5.8 .18 4,8 2,7 7.0 ,3 14 8,0 11 .3 .1 47 98 23 12 83 06. 100
Apr. 1-10,....... 489 4.0 ,.0 6,9 6 ,8 8.0 ,1 14 o9, 11 .2 .2 48 101 24 13 91 6,( 190
Apr. 11-20....,,.. 1040 4.9 .,1 4,4 S,3 0.0 ,1 13 G., 10 .2 .2 40 92 20 10 74 S6, 280
Apr, 1-30......... 780 4.9 .9 4.8 2,7 6.0 .1 14 5,6 20 .3 .2 42 103 23 12 78 8.3 260
May 1-10.....,,,.4 819 .9 ,33 6.2 3,9 6.5 .1 I18 .8 9.0 ,0 .4 49 111 26 10 80 6.8 300
May 11-30......... 207 18 .27 6.8 ,.9 8.0 .0 23 9.8 10 .1 .3 62 111 29 11 94 6.8 230
May -311......... 194 11 .27 6.4 3,6 8.0 .1 26 9.0 10 .1 .4 60 112 31 10 97 6.8 220
June 1-10.,,,..,,0 123 14 .24 6.8 4.0 0.0 .2 31 9.6 10 .3 .2 69 119 34 8 110 6.e 100
June 11-19........ 40 14 .18 10 4,1 10 .7 36 1 12 .4 84 124 42 12 132 6.9 140
June 20-30........ 265 8,0 .22 7,3 3.2 8,1 .8 22 13 12 .4 1.0 63 99 31 13 93 6.8 180
July 1-10......,,. 963 6.8 .24 4,4 2.4 4,8 .4 13 7.3 8.0 .3 .6 42 98 21 10 62 6.2 60
July 11-20....... 98 5,9 .32 4.0 2.2 4.8 .4 11 75, 8,0 .3 .4 39 99 19 10 58 5.9 360
July 21-31.. .. 391 8.9 ,37 4.4 2.9 6.1 .5 18 9,2 8.5 .3 .6 50 104 23 10 70 6.2 80
Aug. 1-10......... 225 6.5 .30 5.2 2.9 6.5 .8 16 12 10 .3 .7 3 100 32 12 80 .4 220
Aug. 11-20..,,... 609 6.7 .28 4,4 2.3 8.2 .6 14 4.0 7.0 .3 .2 38 94 20 9 64 6.8 240
Aug. 31-31........ 472 6.5 .36 5.0 ,.3 8.7 .6 14 5.2 7.8 .3 .1 41 103 22 10 69 0.2 260
Sept. 1-10...... .. 162 7.0 .38 6.2 2.8 7.1 .7 20 8.8 9.0 .3 .2 52 102 27 10 86 6.5 220
Sept. 11-20....... 79 8.2 ,25 7.2 2,9 7.9 .7 24 9.8 10 .3 .2 59 104 30 10 90 6.8 200
Sept. 21-30. ..... 39 8.2 .19 8.2 3.3 9.2 .9 30 14 10 .3 .4 70 102 34 10 111 7.1 160
Time weig ted --- -- .
average.......... 400 6 8.9 0.27 7.1 3.6 8.1 0.6 26 10 11 0.3 0.3 63 110 32 10 101 -- 200






Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaCO3 conduct-
Mag- Po- I C dance Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Caloiu, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron oium slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- bhos nature
collection (ato) (Bi0e) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC0M ) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOs) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 250C) pH Color ('F)

(56) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.--Continued

Oct. 1-10, 1958. .. 28 7.2 0.16 9.8 3.8 8.8 0.9 37 13 10 0.3 0.3" -- 72 99 40 10 121 ..2 120
Oct. 11-20........ 28 82 .13 11 4.3 8.8 .9 42 16 10 .3 .1 81 99 45 10 134 .4 90
Oct. 21-31....... 40 9.3 .14 13 3.3 7.1 1.0 44 13 9.8 .3 .2 0.5 80 104 46 10 127 6.9 140
Nov. ........... 83 8. .12 12 4.1 6.3 1.3 45 12 9.8 .4 ,4 .7 78 105 47 10 130 7.0 100
Nov. 8-19......... 223 8.8 .23 8.0 2.7 6.0 .9 23 8.8 10 .4 .2 .5 58 107 31 12 92 6.4 220
Nov. 20-30........ 57 7.8 .25 8,4 3.4 6.6 .9 31 9.6 10 .4 .2 .4 63 106 36 10 104 6.7 180
Dec. 1-10........ 118 9.0 .22 10 3.2 8.4 1.0 34 9.2 11 .4 .2 .5 68 106 38 10 109 6.7 150
Dec. 11-20........ 410 7.7 .23 6.0 2.4 5.6 .8 16 8.0 10 .4 .1 .3 49 102 25 12 83 6.3 200
Dec. 21-31........ 276 8.2 .23 6.4 2.4 6.4 .7 16 8.4 11 .4 .0 .1 52 102 26 13 86 6.4 180
Jan. 1-10, 1969... 1780 6.8 .25 4.8 1.9 4.8 .8 10 7.2 9.5 .4 .1 .3 42 94 20 12 69 5.9 210
Jan. 11-20........ 887 7.3 .25 4.4 2.2 6.3 .7 9 12 10 .4 .1 .2 47 95 20 12 72 5.9 210
Jan. 21-31......... 529 5.8 .20 5.8 3.5 6.8 .4 13 8.8 11 .2 .3 -- 49 93 29 18 82 6.2 200
Feb. 1-10......... 654 5.1 .23 7.0 2.3 6.4 .6 14 8.8 10 .2 .3 -- 48 92 27 16 83 .2 260
Feb. 11-20........ 896 4.8 .23 6.4 1.5 5.9 .5 12 6.4 9.5 .2 .3 42 94 22 12 72 6.1 260
Feb. 21-28........ 328 5.2 .28 6.4 2.9 6.8 .5 16 9.6 10 .2 .4 -- 50 98 28 16 88 6.4 260
Mar. 1-10......... 1990 4.1 .24 5.6 2.9 4.5 .4 8 6.6 8.0 .3 .3 36 83 26 20 60 6.0 180
Mar. 11-20........ 3870 6.0 .14 3.6 1.3 3.9 .2 9 5.6 7.6 .1 .2 -- 33 67 14 7 54 5.9 150
Mar. 21-31......... 3980 3.2 .17 3.6 1.2 3.3 .1 7 5.6 7.5 .0 .2 -- 28 61 14 8 49 .7 200
Apr. 1-10........ 1390 4.3 .24 3.8 1.6 4.1 .2 10 6.7 7.8 .1 .2 34 74 16 8 57 6.0 200
Apr. 11-20........ 808 3.6 .30 4.2 1.6 4.9 .2 10 7.2 9.2 .1 .3 -- 36 76 17 9 63 6.0 260
Apr. 21-30......... 838 4.9 .29 3.6 2.1 4.0 .2 11 7.2 9. .1 .2 37 75 18 8 58 6.2 200
May 1-10.......... 293 4.5 .30 4.6 1.9 5.0 .1 11 8.0 9.8 .1 .2 40 81 20 10 67 6.2 210
May 11-20......... 235 5.2 .28 4.8 2.2 5.0 .2 14 7.6 10 .1 .2 42 80 21 10 71 6.4 210
May 21-31 ........ 4360 4.8 .32 4.0 1.6 3.0 .0 8 3.2 7.0 .2 .7 29 9 16 10 44 6.1 220
June 1............. 2700 -- 18 7.5 0 62 -- -- -- 76 -- 204 3.6 280
June 2-10......... 2060 3.9 .22 3.2 1.7 3.3 .0 7 2.4 6.0 .2 .6 -- 2 67 15 10 44 6.0 280
June 11-20........ 1090 4.1 .22 3.6 1.2 3.6 .0 8 3.2 6.8 .2 .5 -- 27 69 14 8 49 6.0 280
June 21-25......... 690 4.5 .07 4.0 1.2 4.2 .6 11 4.0 6.5 .4 .3 31 68 15 6 50 6.2 60
June 26-28, 30.... 452 4. 3.6 1.6 4.6 .5 11 5.0 6.5 .2 .3 33 -- 16 6 52 6.3 60
July 1........... 608 6.1 -- 6.6 2.4 2.3 -- 18 4.8 6.2 -- .7 -- 37 -- 24 9 61 6.0 300








Tabli a,-Ciihesm)l na)lyses and tempersturwu at murrfae wat~ur;-Caoninued
Choimi& analYums itn rts par 1 n t p e x t s olt a conduct an j n.P and oooar-Conplnued
Diesolved Hardness Speolli
solids Ls CaCOs conduct
MaR- Pmo- D" noO.nce Tim.
PatD MNarn C0l n0e tal- BStar- Chlo- Fluo- Nt. Phos- Cal- Residue Calaiu, Non. (mioro- per.
of doharge s ol, Iron oium slum sodium slum bonrtS lultate ride ride trate phase u- st *sfn- carbon. asho ature
colleotton (of,) (s 0) (re) (CA) (M<) (Ns) (<_) (mco.) (104) (CD) (7) (NO,) (PO) lated 180'C aum At. At 5'C) pH Color (q. )

(S6) SANTA YP RIVER AT WORTHINOTO, FILA.--Continued
July 3-4, 1959,.. 705 8,3 0,12 4,8 1.3 4.3 0,8 14 3,2 5,6 0,3 0.3 35 68 17 6 52 .2 180
July -0......,. 783 5,4 .11 4,8 1,2 4.2 ,S 13 4,0 6, .2 .4 34 74 17 6 51 6,3 180
July 10-14,,...,, 639 7,7 ,10 5.6 3.2 4,8 .6 30 4.8 7.0 ,3 .3 44 7 27 10 63 .8 180
July 15-30.,.,,,,, B14 58 .14 4,0 1.9 4,0 ,5 14 2.4 5.6 1.1 3 85 18 6 50 6.8 210
July 21-20,,,... 894 7,7 .15 4.2 1,5 4.9 ,4 14 5.2 7,0 .7 -- 39 92 1 5 7 6.7 120
Aug. 1-10..,..... 307 7.9 .17 3,4 3.,05.5 .s 18 5.6 7.5 .3 1.7 45 89 21 6 65 6.9e 80
Aug. 11-230...... 413 11 .0 4,0 2.6 5.5 .8 20 4.8 8,0 .3 49 99 32 6 6 .e8 l00
Aug. 23.......,.. 288 11 64 1.0 6,4 .7 20 2.4 8.0 .2 -- 46 84 20 4 64 6., 200
Aug. 223,. ..... 237 6.9 .6 3,.4 5.4 .7 18 S,2 8.0 .2 -- 41 88 24 9 64 .0 200
Aug. 3,,,....... 20 10 7.2 1.9 6.5 ,7 24 4,0 8.0 .2 .6 -- 1 108 28 6 75 6,1 20
Aug, 34.. ........ 177 a1 7.2 1.5 6.8 .7 s 5.3 7.0 .2 .0 -- 4 102 24 4 83 6.1 200
Aug. 35,..9..... 10 6.8 6.6 2.4 8.3 .7 19 4.4 8.0 .2 .9 45 96 24 8 70 .1 00
Aug. 7,......, 135 10 7.3 1.0 6.0 .7 18 3.2 .7 98 22 7 70 6. 250
Aug. 328.......... 128 7.3 6.4 2.4 6.0 .7 18 4.6 8.0 44 92 6 11 70 .0 220
Aug. 9......... 220 2 8.0 4.9. 7.8 1.4 35 4.0 8.0- 173 110 40 18 92 0.0 200
Aug. 30.......... 237 11 8,8 1.5 6.5 .8 30 4.8 8.0 .2 .7 5- 7 104 2 4 84 0.3 150
Aug. 31. .......... 25 8.1 9.6 1.0 4.5 1.0 1 3.2 8,0 46 90 32 16 70 .1 200
Sept. 1,,....... 333 8. 8.0 3.4 4. .8 31 4.8 8.0 .2 48 90 34 17 70 6.1 200
Sept, ... ..... 368 8.1 6.4 2.0 4.8 .8 21 3.2 8,0 44 92 28 11 66 .1 00
Sept. 3 ........... 303 .3 7.2 .9 4.8 .8 20 4.4 7,0 .2 .6 -- 4 96 30 14 70 0.3 320
Sept. 4.......... 242 8.0 2.4 5.0 .8 24 3.6 8.0 49 100 30 10 76 6.2 200
Sept. 6...... .... 235 -- 8.0 2.4 5.2 .8 21 2.4 7.0 100 30 13 89 6.1 200
Sept. 86....... 26 1 9.6 2.9 7.8 .8 30 4.0 8.0 83 114 36 12 89 6.3 200
Sept. 7............ 316 1 7.2 3.9 5.9 .8 30 4.4 9,0 -- 9 108 34 10 77 6,4 220
Sept. 8.... ...... 342 .1 7.2 1.9 6.0 .6 19 3.2 8.0 .1 .7 44 98 26 10 65 6.8 200
Sept. 9............. 348 0.5 7.2 1.9 5.4 .5 20 2.8 8.0 45 100 26 10 6 6.1 220
Sept. 10.......... 333 5.4 6.6 2.9 4.9 .7 14 2.8 7.0 .2 .7 37 94 26 14 59 6.4 220
Sept. 11........ 329 1.9 7. 1.0 .6 .1 0 0 .0 29 84 22 6 64 6.2 20
Sept. 12i......... 317 1.9 5.6 2.4 .1 .1 17 1.6 4.0 29 80 24 10 61 6.1220
Sept. 13......... 341 .8 8.0 2.4 5.5 .1 18 6.4 102 30 17 93 6.0 220






Table 2,--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, oH. and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaCO3 conduct-
Mag-' Po- ance Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tam- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Reside Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron ciuom sium Sodium sium bonates ulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mbos nature
collection (ois) (Si0,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCa0) (804) (Cl) () (NOs) (PO~) lated 180'C siu ate at 25'C) pH Color ('F)

(56) SANTE FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.--Continued

Sept. 14, 1959.... 410 3.5 -- 6.4 1.5 5.8 0.1 19 2.4 -- 78 22 6 63 6.2 220
Sept. 1i ......... 623 6.4 2.4 5.0 .1 20 -- -- 76 26 10 63 6.1 220
Sept. 16............ 1200 3.9 4.0 3.4 4.0 .2 12 1.2 4.0-- 27 70 24 14 63 5.7 220
Sept. 17.......... 1940 4.6 -- 6.4 1.5 4.6 .2 15 2.8 1.0 -- -- 28 82 22 10 54 5.9 250
Sept. 18 .......... 2280 4.0 1.9 -- 11 -- ..-- -- -- 74 18 9 47 6.5 350
Sept. 19.......... 2250 3.9 -- 4.8 2.9 5.4 .2 18 2.0 2.0 30 80 24 9 56 6.0 260
Sept. 20.......... 2170 4.5 -- 5.6 1.5 5.8 .1 20 3.6 4.0 35 84 20 4 56 6.0 260
Sept. 21.......... 2220 3.0 -- 4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 10 1.6 2.0 -- 22 74 20 12 48 6.0 250
Sept. 22.......... .2340 4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 12 -- -- -- 76 20 10 49 5.8 260
Sept. 23.......... 2060 3.2 4.8 1.9 4.2 .1 12 1.6 2.0 -- -- 24 80 20 10 49 5.6 250

Sept. 24.......... 1760 9.3 -- 6.4 2.9 6.1 .1 26 2.0 2.0 42 104 28 6 61 6.7 250
Sept. 25 .......... 1480 2.6 4.8 1.9 4.8 .1 16 2.0 -- 96 20 7 56 5.9 240
Sept. 26.......... 1230 4. -- 7.2 1.0 5.3 .1 16 2.8 2.Q -- 31 82 22 9 57 5.9 240
Sept. 27........... 100 4.3 4.8 1.9 5.3 .1 14 2.8 5.0 31 82 20 8 53 6.4 260
Sept. 28.......... 910 3.4 -- 4.8 2.9 5.3 .1 14 1.6 3.0 -- 28 106 24 12 58 6.1 260
Sept. 29.......... 783 2.1 -- 3.2 2.4 5.0 .1 13 3.2 6.0 -- 28 80 18 8 56 5.8 280
Sept. 30.......... 672 2.0 4.8 1.9 5.2 .1 11 3.2 ---- -- --- 76 20 11 54 5.7 280
Time-weighted
average....... 954 6.4 0.21 6.0 2.4 5.4 0.1 17 7.1 8.7 0.2 0.4 -- 4 88 25 11 75 --200
nt. O -In Ikaf I a1a ---t -- A -- I I ..- I.


Oct. 11-16, 18-20.
Oct. 17.., .......
Oct. 21-31........
Nov. 1-10.........
Nov. 11-20........
Nov. 21-30........
Dec. 1-4.......
Dec. 5-17.........
Dec. 18..........

Dec. 19-31........
Jan. 1-10, 1960...
Jan. 11-20.....
Jan. 21-31........
Feb. 1-10.........


4.4
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.2
6.8
9.6
7.6
9.6
10
10
8.8


4.4
3.2
6.0
5.3
5.4
5.6
6.8
7.2
9.7

7.0
6.5
7.2
7.6
7.6


V.9 12 4.4 B.0 0.1
.8 12 6.8 7.0 .0
.8 5 .8 -- --
.6 16 4.0 9.0 .1
.6 14 4.0 8.2 .3
.5 16 4.8 9.2 .2
.6 20 5.2 9.5 .3
.5 21 6.8 10 .3
.8 31 6.4 9.6 .3
.8 50 -- 10 .3
.8 34 6.4 10 .3
1.0 30 6.4 11 .3
.8 36 7.6 11 .3
1.0 34 6.8 11 .2
1.1 30 7.2 12 .3


0.0 35 73
.5 37 66
-- -- 62
.3 40 78
.2 37 75
.4 41 76
.2 46 77
.1 48 80
.2 59 83
.1 -- 106
.4 63 86
.2 68 99
.3 67 97
.6 67 93


5 56 6.1 160
12 37 5.5 140
6 65 6.2 200
6 67 6.2 180
7 68 6.4 180
8 77 6.5 160
8 77 7.0 160
4 94 6.8 140
0 110 7.1 140
5 100 6.7 120
10 99 7.4 120
8 110 7.3 120
7 105 7.1 130
12 106 7.4 120


1670
3380
897
401
294
229
177
.158
152
131
170
123
105
302


5.6

6.3
5.8
6.1
6.5
6.2
9.3
21

9.8
8.6
9.5
11
11


.23
.25
.22
.19
.21
.12
.15
.14
.19
.14
.14
.14
.19






Table 3,--Chirlcal inIlyiea and twrperturatr oft urface watier'--Cantinul4

Uiasolved Hardaone Spe0aci
gsol14 as CaCON conduct
l- Po- -------- er T-
Data Ms Cl n- Bliar- Chlo- Flu- NI- Pbor- Cal- Rsdue CalcuI, ona- (mairo. per-
ot discharge Anis Iron olum slulm odium lu bonate Sulfate ride ride trite phbte ou- I t masgn- carbon- ahas sture
oollmtion (oa) (010.) (re) (C) (Ng) (ma) I(K) (CO) (804J ) (Cl F) i 0) ) Ite 10'C stu ate at S'C) plH olor ()'

(66) SARNT IF RIVER AT WORTHIN1TON, FLA.--Contlnued
Feb. 11-30, 1960,, S65 6,8 0,20 7,2 3.9 7,2 0,9 23 6.0 12 0,3 0,4 s6 86 34 15 94 .3 160
Feb. 21-20B,,,,,,, 606 6,6 .16 6,6 2.3 7.1 1.0- 2 6,4 13 ,3 ,6 65 82 36 8 90 ,3 140
Mar. 1-.17,,.,,.., 863 11 .16 59 1,6 5.9 .8 14 6,4 11 .3 .5 60 75 19 8 G6 ,9 140
Mar. 1-3,,,,,,,," 69000 4,3 .03 3.2 ,9 3,7 ,6 9 3.0 6,5 ,. ,4 26 53 12 4 43 .8 130
Mar, 23-31.....,. 1700 3.2 .08 4.3 1, 0.18 .4 11 4.8 6,5 ,2 32 14 6 s B 3, 150
Apr. 1-10........ 1420 3,4 .13 4.4 1,0 561 ,S 11 5,6 7.0 .2 ,4 33 77 15 6 60 .9 180
Apr. 11-0,,,,,,......, 50 2, .14 6.8 ,9 6.4 11 8.8 7.5 .3 39 76 18 9 71 0 180
Apr. 21-30,,..... 296 3.3 .16 6.2 1.1 6.8 .6 14 8.0 8,0 .2 .7 42 82 30 8 78 .0 160
May 1-10,...,,... 233 7.7 ,16 7.8 1.1 7.4 ,4 20 8,0 9.0 .2 .4 52 8a5 4 8 87 .4 160
May 11-30........, 131 5.9 .13 ,6 1.3 8.4 ,4 22 9.2 9,0 .2 .3 64 78 27 9 9 6 .5 130
May 91-31,........ 70 6.6 .12 9.8 1.6 8.3 7 25 12 9.0 ,2 .4 61 83 31 10 108 .6 110
June 1-10......... 68 .5. .11 8.8 3.2 7.9 .0 30 10 8.0 .3 .5 69 91 35 10 109 .8 100
June 11-20 ...... 71 7.9 .09 12 2.5 8,3 ,3 35 13 8.0 .3 .3 69 97 40 12 123 .9 60
June 21-30........ 469 4.4 .18 5.4 .6 6.3 ,0 18 3,6 6.5 .3 .3 36 82 24 9 72 .6 180
July 1-10......... 246 7.0 .18 6.0 2.3 6.7 .2 27 4.0 7.0 .3 ,7 46 83 4 2 6 7 .0 00
July 11-20........ 1420 8.1 .34 3.6 1.7 4.3 .2 16 .4 3.8 .3 ,6 31 78 16 3 51 6.4 210
July 21-31........ 1840 5.0 .23 4.4 1.7 3.7 .2 18 .8 6.0 .3 .3 31 124 18 3 67 6.6 200
Aug. 1-10......... 1900 5,3 .26 3.6 2.7 3.7 .2 15 4.0 4.2 .3 .6 39 74 16 3 49 .4 210
Aug. 11-20....... 1030 5.5 .25 4.2 1.6 4.4 .2 15 .8 4.5 .3 .4 30 74 17 4 56 6.5 210
Aug. 21-31......... 00 5.1 .24 4.2 1.6 4.4 .3 10 .4 4.8 .3 .3 27 73 17 9 66 6.1 190
Sept. 1-10........ 888 4.9 .33 4.4 1.1 4.4 ,s 12 3.6 6.6 .3 .6 33 80 16 6 53 6.2 220
Sept. 11-20....... 1940 4.7 .34 3.8 1.3 460 .5 12 3.2 6.5 .2 .7 31 78 14 4 49 6.2 200
Iapt. 21-30....... 918 6.2 .31 4.2 1.3 5.0 .6 14 4.4 4.5 .2 .6 34 86 16 4 56 6.4 220
Time-welghted -- 1 60
averOge......... 73 6.7 0.19 6.1 3.0 6.0 0.6 30 5.7 s8. 0.2 0.4 46 23 6 77 1- 160
(61) SWIFT CREEK HEAR PROVIDENCE, FLA.
Feb. 4, 1958...... -- 4.6 0.10 4.0 3.4 6.0 0 9 3.5 13 0.3 0.1 0. 40 110 24 16 70 5.9 20 --
Ma. 1, 1r 5..... 8 7.0 3.0 .33 1.4 .9 2.5 .0 2 3.2 3.8 .2 .0 16 68 7 6 30 4.9 200 66
Jan. 4 1960...... 8 11.7 8.7 .37 3.8 2.6 5.1 .4 10 1.2 11 .3 .1 .0 38 85 30 13 62 6.0 160 60
June 2........... 6.1 .37 3.8 1.2 3.3 .0 .8 6. 1 .2 .1 .9 27 64 14 8 42 5.8 100 78







Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specifi
solids as CaCO) conduct-
Mag- Po- once Tem-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chil- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos nature
collection (cfa) (SiL) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (7) (NOs) (P4) lated 180_C slum ate at 25"C) pH Color ('F)


(40) OLUSTEE CREEK NEAR PROVIDENCE, FLA.
Oct. 2, 1957 ...... 456 3.7 0.52 2.6 1.2 2.7 0.3 6 1.0 11 0.2 0.3 -- 27 78 12 6 41 5.4 280 --
Nov. 20........... 3.7 8.0 .30 4.8 3.3 4.6 .5 20 2.0 8.0 .3 .1 -- 42 94 26 9 71 6.1 180 65
Jan. 17, 1958..... 92 11 .36 3.8 2.9 5.7 .4 12 2.2 11 .3 .0 -- 44 94 22 12 71 5.8 180 50
Mar. 18........... 314 3.6 .44 2.4 1.8 4.7 .4 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 -- 29 84 14 8 52 6.5 240 58
May 8............. 36 3.5 .75 2.8 2.1 4.7 .4 7 4.0 8.0 .3 .0 -- 30 107 16 10 53 5.3 440 67

July 11........... 234 4.2 .60 2.0 1.9 3.4 .5 4 3.8 7.8 .2 .0 -- 27 105 14 11 45 5.1 420 80
Sept. 2........... 48 8.8 .52 3.6 .7 2.8 .4 5 1.5 5.5 .4 .8 0.37 28 108 12 8 45 5.1 400
Oct. 27....... ... .6 6.9 .27 4.0 1.6 3.4 .6 1 1 1.0 7.0 .3 .4 .80 33 64 16 4 54 6.6 120 63
Feb. 10, 1959..... 111 8.6 .28 3.4 2.1 5.4 .0 4 3.6 10 .4 .4 -- 36 103 17 14 63 5.0 240
Mar. 18............ 3020 3.4 .18 1.8 .6 2.4 .0 2 .4 3.5 .2 .8 -- 16 49 7 6 29 5.1 180 55

July 27........... 113 3.5 .51 2.6 1.0 3.0 .4 7 .8 5.5 .4 1.8 -- 23 80 10 5 41 5.2 240 --
Sept. 18.......... 552 3.7 .25 2.2 1.1 2.0 .3 10 1.2 5.5 .2 .4 -- 22 64 10 2 36 5.1 200 --
Nov. 16............ 59 1.2 .20 2.0 1.5 3.5 .0 5 .0 8.0 .2 .2 -- 19 82 11 7 43 5.1 350 64
Jan. 19, 1960..... 21 5.1 .23 5.6 1.7 4.6 .0 17 2.0 8.8 .3 .5 .5 37 102 21 7 60 6.6 150 s5
Apr. 7............ 217 1.5 .25 3.6 .2 3.7 .0 10 .8 7.2 .2 .6 -- 23 73 10 2 38 5.8 180 64

May 26............ 3.4 4.2 .10 4.4 1.6 3,6 .7 10 .8 6.5 .3 1.8 .5 29 70 18 10 49 5.8 200
July 19........... 323 3.8 38 2.6 1.1 2.4 .7 .8 8.5 .4 .1 .3 22 87 11 10 38 4.9 300
Sept. 23.......... 60 7.7 .20 2.8 1.3 2.9 .3 5 .8 8.2 .3 .1 .3 27 63 12 8 39 5.3 280 76

(55) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.
. .. . . .. . .. .. . -


Sept. 19, 1957,...,
Oct. 21...........
Dec. 4...........
Jan. 27, 1958.....
Feb. 4............

Mar. 26...........
May 19............
July 14...........
Sept. 8...........
Nov. 3.......... ..


0.07
.07
.02
.06
.05

.26
.08
.14
.08
.02


0.6
o.8
.2
.2
.9
.9
.9
.7
1.0


101
117
158
100
95

31
130
38
129
166


42
50
69
44
49

12
45
12
48
65


14 0.4
14 .3
15 .2
15 .2
16 .3

10 .4
12 .3
7.5 .4
12 .2
14 .3


0o.21
.21
.31


167
198
257
169
183

s6
198
69
202
260


133
151
193
130
132

45
154
52
159
206


282
331
423
295
291

120
339
113
338
432


7.5 120
7.1 130
7.5 22
7.1 90
7.5 80

6.3 220
7.1 90
6.8 280
7.3 100
7.7 20







Table ,.--Chea cal sanlyses and caperailuree of surface v4tsero-Cortlaued
Chetoc l aayes a pj rts pr, a ltoa sxcpt ap et f ondta ince. d cc orsCoato .ed
Dissolved mHrdBess specifc
*solids a CCoa onductI
Mag- Po. ane Tea
Date Mean Cal" aeg taa- BDiar- Chlow Fluo- NI- Phos- Cal- Residue Calctiu, Nan- (lecro- per-
of dtscharg 8i$ a Iron clu lue Bodlum slu bonost Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu. t Imane- carbon- bs hor ture
collottlo (ft) (s10o) (Fm) (Ca) (No) (Na) (M) (HCOo) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180'C se ate t S'C) pH Color (OF)


(65) SANTA FE RIVER EAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.--Continued

Jan. 1e, 59.... 874 10 0,18 24 4,9 6,7 0,8 3S 24 12 0,4 0.3 -- 109 148 s0 36 187 .8 170 58
Feb. 33,,.,,,,,,, 990 8.7 ,12 32 3.9 7,9 .0 71 34 12 .3 .6 -- 135 10 96 38 230 150 -
Apr. 0O....... .. 1690 8.9 .08 42 4,6 6.5 .0 107 32 10 .3 1.0 158 202 124 38 274 7. 90 -
June 15...... .... 2900 7.2 .24 2s 3.4 4.7 .0 18 20 7.5 .4 1.0 -- 102 149 79 38 177 7.3 180
Aug. 14............ 1160 11 ,06 47 5,5 6.2 .7 127 36 10 ,S .0 -- 180 1 40 36 209 7.3 55 76
Oct. 1-14........ 1410 10 .12 33 4,3 5.8 .5 90 21 9.0 .4 .4 -- 129 165 100 227 7.3 10 -
Oct, 15-30.....,. 2190 5.9 .17 9.2 1.7 3.5 .7 38 4.8 7.0 .3 .8 48 88 30 7 8.6 200 -
Oct. 21-25........ 3420 7.0 .21 17 3.0 4.7 .3 49 12 8.0 .4 .2 -- 77 119 5 15 133 7.1 10
Oct. 26-28........ 1870 11 .18 28 4.4 .6 .4 82 20 9.0 .4 .1 120 160 88 21 19 7.7 190 -
Oct. 39-Nov. 3.... 1630 12 .12 42 3.6 7.1 .4 109 30 11 .8 161 190 1 0 30 270 .3 110 -
Nov. 4-18......... 1330 14 .10 49 3.0 6.6 .4 121 35 10 .3 .8 179 203 135 36 296 7.3 80 -
Nov. 19-30........ 1000 14 .06 49 8.9 7.3 .4 140 41 11 .2 .7 202 224 159 44 331 .5 60 -
Dec. 1-10......... 883 18 .03 53 9.0 8.0 .4 153 43 11 .4 .1 218 2 169 44 856 7. 40 -
Des. 11-18......... 822 17 .03 53 .0 .6 .4 154 44 12 .3 .1 220 240 189 43 360 .O 40 -
Dec. 21-31........ 786 17 .03 54 9.6 7.8 .7 144 43 12 .3 .0 19 252 174 43 533 8.3 35 -
Ju. 1-10, 1960... 738 15 .03 SS 9.4 8.0 148 40 12 .3 .0 211 24 188 46 39 B.2 30 -
Jan. 11-20........ 696 20 .03 54 9.1 8.7 .7 152 42 12 .3 .0 222 258 172 48 371 ,0 34 -
Jan. 1-31......... 64 13 .02 58 9.1 6.9 .6 156 48 12 .3 .1 225 269 182 54 380 .1 7 -
Feb. 1-7.......... 703 14 .05 45 7.7 7.2 .9 124 39 12 .3 .1 187 210 144 42 312 45 -
Feb. 8-14......... 887 10 .09 32 5.1 5.4 ,7 84 28 12 .3 .3 135 15 101 32 230 7.3 95 -
Feb. 15-22........ 806 15 .08 48 6.7 7.9 1.0 124 40 13 .3 .6 191 207 140 38 313 .6 65 -
Feb. 24-29, Mar.
1-8............... 1320 7.5 .13 15 3.3 5.6 1.0 41 10 9.5 .3 .6 72 103 47 14 121 8.8 140 -
Mar. 7-17......... 1390 14 .12 32 5.1 6.5 .9 86 29 10 .3 .5 140 170 101 0 31 .4 95 -
Mu. 18........... 1740 8.8 .10 22 .86 5.8 .9 66 6.0 10 .4 .3 93 120 78 24 11 .1 100 --
Mar. 19-27........ 4350 3.9 .13 .0 1.0 3.3 .9 16 5.2 3.0 .2 .4 32 62 19 8 57 .4 50 -
ar. 28-Apr. 10... 2600 7.3 .21 21 4.7 5.4 .9 80 18 7.5 .3 .5 96 120 72 23 155 .1140 -
Apr. 11-30........ 1810 10 .11 38 8.1 6.5 .9 104 30 10 .3 .8 153 174 116 31 24 1.5 8 -
Apr. 21-30........ 1370 13 .08 48 8.8 6.8 .7 134 40 11 .3 .9 -- 194 209 148 38 318 .1 60 -
May 1-10.......... 1180 13 .05 84 3.8 7.6 .6 138 41 11 .2 .8 199 219 150 38 327 7.7 48 -








Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specifi
solids as CaCOj conduct-
Mag- Po dance Teo-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (Micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- lahos nature
collection (cfe) (Si0g) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO0) (SO4) (Cl) (F) (N3O) (P04) late 180'C ium ate at 25C) pH Color (F)


(85) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.--Continued
May 11-20, 1960... 988 17 0.03 57 6.3 8.6 0.7 152 45 12 0.1 1.1 -- 223 243 168 44 369 .7 40
May 21-25........ 882 18 .03 61 5.8 8.4 .7 158 48 12 .0 .9 233 254 176 46 381 .6 30 --
June 19 ........... 696 17 .04 61 9.7 8.8 .6 168 9.6 11 .2 1.3 -- 202 262 192 54 400 7.9 5 -
June 20-30........ 877 15 .08 39 5.5 8.5 .6 108 28 10 .2 .7 161 192 120 32 270 .6 90
July 1-10......... 853 17 .08 50 5.1 7.8 .0 132 39 10 .3 .7 -- 195 224 146 38 318 7.8 70
July 11-20........ 1280 9.3 .19 17 2.1 5.0 .0 46 8.0 6.0 .3 .3 71 118 51 14 122 7.0 --
July 21-31........ 2030 8.3 .27 14 2.7 5.3 .0 40 6.4 5.5 .4 .1 63 110 46 13 109 .8 200 --
Aug. 1-10.......... 2270 12 .25 18 1.9 5.6 .4 52 12 8.0 .3 .2 -- 85 119 53 10 124 7.1 220
Aug. 11-14........ 2350 15 .58 21 2.1 5.4 .4 55 13 7.0 .3 .1 92 123 61 16 139 .3 80 --
Aug. 15-20........ 1880 18 .21 33 4.3 7.6 .4 92 25 9.0 .3 .4 -- 143 172 100 24 224 7.9 160
Aug. 21.......... 1620 -- -- 42 2.2 8.7 .6 100 29 13 -- 114 32 245 7.0 --
Aug. 22-31........ 1670 12 .22 24 2.9 5.0 .4 63 18 8.0 .3 .3 102 136 72 20 163 7.7180
Sept. 1-4......... 1790 9.2 .16 30 4.4 5.6 .7 74 18 10 .3 .6 115 136 93 32 192 7.1 130
Sept. 5-11........ 1670 13 .13 35 3.8 6.5 .7 93 25 10 .3 .9 141 159 103 27 231 7.110 --
Sept. 12-19....... 2180 8.9 .20 13 2.3 4.4 .6 37 7.2 8.0 .3 .5 -- 63 88 42 12 98 .710 --
Sept. 21-25....... 1850 12 .15 36 3.9 5.7 .8 94 28 10 .3 .4 143 165 106 29 232 7.2 160
Sept. 26-30....... 1560 6.8 .18 13 2.1 3.9 .6 36 6.8 8.0 .3 .4 -- 60 88 41 12 95 .7 160
Time-weighted 44
average. ..... 1444 13 0.12 37 .1 6.5 0.6 100 28 9.7 0.3 0.5 -- -- 178 114 32 247 --00



E Estimated discharge I Result of discharge nes urement 8 Stage in feet

1 Tim-vueisted average for the year enaing Septeaber 30.
2 Tie-veigsed average for period July 1957 to September 1958








Well numbers see text for explanerton of wvll-numberlng *yerte.
Locaitop; See figure 5,
Aqutters V, waver-rable aquifr (comprises the Pleistocein and Recent
deposit, Older Pleistocene terrace depoeits, Unnamed coarse cletice,
Choctrwhatches and Hawthorn Formations)i SA, secondary rtrelsen aqutfer
(somprises the Chocstvhatches and Hawthorn Formoasonse); Floridan
aquifer (comprises the Hawthorn Formation, Suwannee Lissrtone, Ocals
Oroup, Avon Park LLmestone, and Lake City Limestone),
MHasuring points L, lend surfaces TS, top of bushing; TC, top of easing;
TCb, top of concrete curbing; TCo, top of coupling; TCr, top of cross
TD, top of discharge pipes TDC, top of drain cover; TE, top of elbow;
TP, top of flanges Tfa, top of faucet; TP, top of plugs TPB, top of pump
bases TPS, top of pitcher pump spout; TSR, top of steel rod; TT, top of
tee; TV, top of valvo,


Rocor ou Wells

Elavatiun of measuring point determined byl A, a4timaler; EL, engineers'
level Ti topographic map,
Water ltuvel R, reportedi otherwise measured,
Use: 0, domestic) Dr, drainage; F, fires Id, Industrial; Ir, Irrigalton;
N, none; 0, observationI OT, oial Itea P, public supply; RR, railroads
S, Csock,
Remarks; A, Augar holui CR, cuttings on file with Corps of Engineeres
CF, cuttings on file with Florida geological Surveyi D, destroyed
8, electric log avaiLablel 0, gsaas ray log evlaleblel RQ, rock quarry
8, sinkhole; Wf, wll filled in; WP, well plugged Al-1 (Alachua-l),
8-1 (Bradford-l); C-I (Clay-L), numbers for walls published In Water-
Supply Paper 773-C; Clay-5 (Clay-S), numbers for wells published In the
water-level report series of the U,B, Geological Survey,


C in Heasurin point Water level _


wan I| g f P. ? F ,
nuber Location Ovner Driller ise Remark

Al c 1 u 11 ......
____ ______ ___ II i g go .Isi Ii !
Alachua County


927-203-1

929-204-1

929-206-1

929-209-1

929-213-1

929-214-1

930-205-1

930-206-1

930-206-2


SEzkSk sec. 12,
T. 12 S., R. 22 E.

SBESWk se. 36,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

SEtSWk sre. 27,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

SWhSk sec. 36,
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.

WkHNtk see, 33,
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.
NEkSWt see. 31,
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.

NW ke sec. 34,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

SSWkw srec. '22,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E
NWkSWt sec. 27,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.


W. A. Shands

J, O. Brown




Ben Wheeler

J. E. Thrasher

W. X. Gl

John W. Thomas

L. E. Richardson

Ted Polk


R. L, Williams

Corps of
Engineers

Acme Drilling
Co.



Gainesville
Equipment Co.
-----.. do--- -




Cherry Wallace


60


0.0

-2




1.15

2.1

.5

.5

.5

1.0


57 A

80 A

65.58

65.45

63.87

146.69

74 A

60 T

55 T


+0.11

24.08
20.59



8.87
8.63

9.74

92.22

15.73




+2.41


8- 6-56

2- 8-56
12-16-58



6- 3-58
12-16-58

4-11-58

10-23-58

10-14-59




10-14-59






Table 3.--Continued
~ 1 T


Casing esasur in point Water level



n,:ber Location Owner Driller | Use Remarks




930-206-3 NEkSWk sec. 27, C. H. White C. H. White 55 48 11 F TC 1.0 65 T 4.41 10-14-59 --- D
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

930-214-1 SWkSE sec. 19, Franklin Lumber R. L. Williams 45 --- 2 SA TC .75 -------- -- 12.25 6- 2-58 ---- D,S
T. 11 S., R. 21 E. and Basket Co.

930-214-2 SWkSEk sec. 19, -------do-------------------. 83 ---- 4 TC .6 --------- 15.92 7- 8-58 --- N
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.

930-216-1 3 WkSWk sec. 25, Mrs. Jean Clark Acme Drilling 67 55 F TC .2 98.45 EL 31.8 4- 7-58 --- P CF
S11 8., R. 20 E. Co.

930-216-2 SEkNEk sec. 26 Franklin Lumber J. J Here 145 -------- F TiP 1.6 101.03 EL 43.87 7- 2-58 71 Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. and Basket Co.

930-216-3 SkEkNe sec. 26, ---.... do ---.-- -. -----.--- ...65 --- --- A --.-- ---.. --..--.. "--- -"- "" Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.

930-216-4 SEkNEk sec. 26, -----do--------- ---------- 20 --- 132 L .0 102.55 6.27 7- 2-58 .-- Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.

930-216-5 NESWk sec. 26, Mrs. J. R, Barr and Watkins 8 97 6 F TC .0 124 T 69.2 4-22-34 --- N Al-17, HW
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Whiting

930-217-1 SWNWk sec. 26, J. E. Thrasher Dibble and 150 -** 4 F ---- ------ 96.46 EL ----- .. ----- ....- NH CF, WE
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Ernest

930-217-2 HWSWk sec. 26, Town of C. B. Hunter 75 --- 4 F TC 2 116 T 62.0 ------- .-.. P A1-18
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Micanopy

931-206-1 SEkSEk sec. 16, F. x. Brenneis Acme Drilling 55 31 3 F L .0 70.26 EL 0 R 2-20-48 -- D CF
T. 11 S., R. 22 E. Co.
931-210-1 SWkNE sec. 23, Corps of Corps of 5 ---- 6 F -....- ----- 78.02 EL .---.--- ----- .. .-- N CF, W
T. 11 S., R. 21 E. Engineers Engineers

931-218-1 SEkSEk sec. 16, Univ. uf Florida J. J. Hare 120 81 4 F TC .0 96 A 30.98 5- 7-59 72 P
T. 11 '., R. 20 E. Camp Wauberg

931-218-2 NWktNW sec. 21, J. J. Hare --.----do----- 85 31 4 F TC 1.0 109 A 51.52 5- 7-59 72 N
T. 11 8., R. 20 E.

















931-219-1


931.231-1


931-231-2


932-205-1


932-215-1


932-222-1


932-231-1


933-206-1


933-212-1


933-219-1


933-223-1


933-232-1


933-236-1


934-211-1


Wall
number Location


Land grant,
T. 11 5., R. 20 9,

NEkSE9 sec. 17,
T. 11 S, R. 18 E,

NLkSt\ sec. 17,
T. 11 8,, R. 18 E,

HEkSWk sec. 10,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E,

Land grant,
T. 11 S., R, 20 E.

NWHSWV sec. 12,
T. 11 S, R. 19 8,

NWkhWk sac. 16,
T. 11 S., R. 18 E.

kNEke sec. 9,
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

NEWkWk sec. 9,
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.

SWkSEk sec. 5,
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.

SWNWk sec. 11,
T. 11 S., R. 19 E.

NEkSWk sec. 5,
T. 11 S., R. 18 E.

SEkSWk sac. 33,
T. 10 S., R. 17 E.

Land grant, sec 34,
T. 10 S., R. 21 .


Jaes Warrington


Haddox Foundry
and Machine Co,

.......do ......


Ira Brehm


T, A. Jensen


Hull's Dairy


Brice Wood
Preserving Plant

George Stanley


Frank Adams


Camp Ranch Inc.


Wacahoota Church


C. T. Farley


Brown


Owen "Illinois


Owner Driller


H i 1r in J Lp y


Cae m




0:i


Water level


ii


4ji r. a
44~ 4..


6

A'l

Q **J


| I


t 5


P 6

* -jA


J, J. Hare


J. 0, Edson


Stevens-Souther
Co.

Sam Jordan


J. J. Hare


-------do-*---


Acme Drilling
Co.

Bemus


Frank Adams


J. J. Hare


...............


Acme Drilling
Co.


4;
uolrr
P r
ciru
ct
YBY


155


220


56


110


85


150


97


32


101


22

.....


Use I Raarks


155








80


51











63


.... F() **...


6 F TFB





F C
3 SA TC


4 F TC


4 F TC


6 F TC


4 F TC


2 W TC


4 F TCC





4 F(? ----


Ik W T?


lk W TC
'

15 v I


.5








.0


1.0


1.0


1.0


2


1.0


1.0

2.0.o..


3


2.0


81 T





85 T


94 A


83 A


86.90 EL


90 T


80 T


89 A





83.68 EL




100 T
100 T


30 R





18 R


19.47


27.31


40.07


19 R


10 R


31.76


9.08





14.46


4.53


.....o..








10- -52


5- 8-59


5- 7-59


9-20-58


1952


1950


5- 7-59


5- 7-59





7-15-58


10-15-59


73.5





72


72











72








72


-..


P, Id AI-7





D
D




S


Id


D


D





P


D, S CF

D


D









Casing Measuring point Water level


well .0 a a" L
% Ia Use Remarks
number Location Owner Driller X A s go r a



%W____._ ___.__ j _____ 1 ^
0. C cla .01--------
IA TO jiI z.u


935-204-1


935-204-2


935-204-3


935-204-4


935-205-1


935-205-2


935-206-1


935-207-1


935-208-1


935-208-2

935-208-3

935-208-4

935-208-5

935-208-6

935-208-7

935-209-1


E. R. Benedict


C. B. Pitzer


SWkSWk sec. 25,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

NBLNEk sec. 26,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNk sec. 26,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

SEHNE see. 26,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

HWkNW see. 35,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

N.kHSk sec. 27,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

SWkWk sec. 27,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

NEkSWk see. 29,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

NbkNWh sec. 31,
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.

-------do-------

-------do-------

-......do-------

.......do-------

-------do---.--..
..0....do.......

------.....do------

SEANA sec. 25,
T. 10 S., R. 21 E.


Florida Forest
Service

C. E. Titus


R. E. Gregory


City Products
Corp.

City of
Hawthorne

Lonnie Harris


Joe Lovell


Kelley


.---... do--- ..

-------do------

....--.do------

-------do------

.....--do------

-------do------..

Mrs. Beulah
Jenkins


126 --..


335 -- ----


90


92


88


88

108

52



55

72

69


80


84


30


30

30

30



32

22

****.


SA TC

F --


SA TC


SA TC


SA TC


SA TC


160.54 EL I -----


150 T


135 T


.0 141 A


5.97

.5


16 R


16 R


60.15


8- 6 ----





5- -56 72


6- -58 ---


4-16-58 ---


151.31 EL -------- I ------- I --


135 T


125 T


65 T


65 T

65 T

65 T

65 T

65 T

62 T

103 A


7.5 R


18 R


-56 ----


8- -58 ..---


-----. -I -------- 173


4.17

21.0
22.13


7-25-58

10-13-59
6-23-60


Al-16


.- CF


Lewis Ivey


------do---....


J. R. Williams


---.---do..----.

-------do------

-------do------

------do---......

.-----. do ---...

.-----. do------

Gainesville
Equipment Co.


33 TI


21.05


G. C.


McClellan ..........-----.....








Calltn Heasuring pont Uatei .ys

Well
number aocaston Owner Drillt r sel Ua Remarks



935,209-2 WWNk sec. 25, R, C, Brown Ralph Mathews 78 77 2 F TO 0.5 99 T 21 R 9 15!9 *.-. I
T, 10 8,, R, 21 E,
935-211*1 HWkmNk sea. 27, Owen-Illinois ............... 117 -- 4 F T 1,0 116 A 37,17 5. 8359 72 r
T, 10 8,, R, 21 ., Olass Co. 39.46 6-23-60
935-213-1 WkNWk sic. 28, Atlantic Coast ................ 395 ..* 6 F TC .5 80.7 IL 14 4-22-34 *- N Do, Al-15
T. 10 8., R. 21 1, line RI
935-213-2 SNZk sec, 29, H. J. Hogan J. J. Hare 96 --- 4 F TC 1.0 80 A 13,47 5- 8-59 72 D
T. 10 8,, R. 21 I,
935-220-1 McIntosh Grant, F. W. Buchhols Gainesville 124 43 4 F TC .0 72.22 EL 18.57 4-24-58 *-.- D
T. 10 8., R. 20 Z. Equipment Co.
935-220-2 ......do- Hum .......do....... 96 83 4 Y L .0 80.12 EL 28 R 1955 ... D
935-220-3 ---. -do------- 6. M. Wall ..---- do------- 346 210 ...... .. ........

935-221-1 0. W. James Orant, D. 0. Spinks ..--..do .- 140 65 4 F TO .4 117.16 EL 55.75 5- 7-58 ---- D
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.
935-225-1 SW4k8 sec. 29, H. L. Brover J. J. Hare 80 61 4 F TC 1.0 94 A 40.69 5- 8-59 72 8
T. 10 8., R. 19 E.
935-233-1 NWkSWk sec. 25, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 7 5 14 *- TC .0 50.02 EL 4.94 2-10-58 57 0
T. 10 8. R. 17 E, Survey Survey
936-207-1 NEtNk sec. 29, Ray Waits Gaineiville 105 75 4 F TC 1.0 109 A 32.73 9-25-59 -- D
T. 10 8., R. 22 E. Equipment Co. 33.76 6-23-60
936-212-1 SB S3 sec. 21, Marie Grisby .---------.---- 50 42 2 W TC .5 ...------. 20.82 10-13-59 ..-- D
T. 10 8., R. 21.E.
936-220-1 0, W, James Grant, R..N. Howe J. J. Hare 92 -.- 4 F TC 1.2 67.95 EL 14,98 4- 7-58 ---- N CF
T. 10 8., R. 20 E.
936-220-2 -----. do---..- ---.. d-o -----. do --. 208 258 6 F TS 1.1 68.48 EL 16.38 4- 4-58 ---- Ir CF

936-220-3 ------do----- Frank Tabor -------do------ 90 4 F T .55 75.77 EL 21.25 4- 4-58 74 P







Caing Measuring point Water level


W'0 a use Re s marks
number Location Owner Driller U e Remarks


04 M $ s4 %.0
936-223-1 NWkNEk see. 22, R. Vogh Libby and 75 54 4 F TC 1.1 79.69 EL 32.94 11-18-57 ..-- D
i. 10 S., R. 19 E. Freeman

936-236-1 SWkNWk sec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 252 136 8 F TCo 3.7 76.27 EL 28.91 7-29-58 --- 0 CF, E
T. 10 S., R. 17 E. Survey Well Drillers

936-236-2 WkNWhk sec. 22, Ease Mae Hunt David Jones -- 93 2 F ----------- ----- --..--........ 73.9 D
T. 10 S., R. 17 E.

936-236-3 NWkSEk see. 21, C. J. Boyd John Spivey 365 48 10 F L .0 -------- 32.33 8- 5-57 75.9 Ir
T, 10 S., R. 17 E.

936-236-4 -----do---------- -. do--- Sadler Taylor Co 312 211 10 F L .0 76.93 EL 43.3 R 4- -57 .--- Ir

937-205-1 SWkSWk sec. 14, W. T. Dickerson, Gaineeville 205 110 8 F TPB 1.0 ---------- 34.40 6- 2-60 72 Ir
T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Jr. Equipment Co.
937-212-1 $ NWk sec. 15, Dick Surrency .-- .-------- 39 --- lk W TC .9 --------.. 4.49 4-25-58 ---- N
T. 10 S., R. 21 E.
937-212-2 ---.. do----- -------do----- Gainesville 222 162 4 F TC 1.0 91.55 EL 15.33 11- 3-58 71.5 D
Equipment Co.

937-212-3 ---.. do------ ------do----- U.S. Geological 8 5 1 W TC .0 91.5 EL 3.17 12-18-58 67 0
Survey
937-216-1 WkNEk sec. 14, Fred Dugger Gainesville 125 43 4 F L .0 155.93 EL 75 R 7-31-54 --- D C
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.

937-217-1 SE&.Sk sec. 11 Hugh Simmons -----. do----- 193 88 4 F L .0 159.07 EL 110 R 7-22-55 -- D
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.

937-219-1 NEtNE sec. 1, City of Stevens 370 116 16 F L .0 96.97 EL 50 R 12-30-50 -- Id CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Southern Co.

937-222-1 SWkNEk sec. 14 Hugh Granger Gaineeville 158 90 --- F -.-- ----. 72.71 EL ------- -------- ." P
T. 10 S,, R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
937-222-2 --... do---------- ----do---- --.. ---do--- .. --- ---- --- -- --- .---.- --------... ---- .---..- .--.. P

937-223-1 SWSWk see. 14, J. P. Ahrano .-----. do ---- 275 203 4 F TS .3 85.18 EL 33.4 5- 8-58 -- D CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.













Location


937-232-1


938-206-1


938-208-1


938-211-1


938-211-2

938-211-3


938-211-4


938-211-5


938-216-1


938-217-1


938-217-2


938-218-1


938-219-1


938-219-2


__________ f


Uakar hue!


Owner


WkNWk see, 17,
T. 10 S., R. 18 E.

8OWNW sec, 10,
T, 10 8,, R, 22 E,

NWh E sec, 7,
T. 10 8,, R. 21 8.

SWWk sec. 2,
T, 10 S., R, 21 E.

NEBSWk see. 2,
T. 10 S., R, 21 8.

NWH5W sec. 2,
T. 10 S., R. 21 E.

NASkSk eec, 3,
T. 10 S., R. 21 E.

NElSEg sec. 3
T. 10 8,, R. 21 E.

SWNk srec, 11,
T. 10 S., R. 20 8.

SWjNWk sec. 11,
T. 10 S., R. 20 .

SENWk rec. 11,
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.

W1kh see. 9,
T, 10 S., R. 20 E.

S8BSE sec. 5,
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.


Driller


Harry Dixon


S. H, Baylor


J, V. Arnette


C. F, Wilkerson


Randall Graves


H. A, Smith

Bill Edwards

-------do......


Florida Fryers


Charles O'Neal


Guy Saferight


City of
Gainesville


Black Laboratory Libby and
IFreeman


WkNBk sec. 8, Atlantic Ice
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Co.


a
-j s
o 1

s
Ba~


Gaineeville
Equipment Co.

.......do..---.




A. L. Nobles


R. E. Mathevw


E. McGollie


A. L. Nobles

--.... do ......


Libby and
Freeman

Acme Drilling
Co.

Gainesville
Equipment Co.

Central Florida
Well Drillers


Cal ni


90 0,0 89,94 EL 48,91 2.21.58


--.......---... 545 1.-* 1 ----


I ,


I


i If.


..


I,.


.S ,


Sw

li
a
8|


Use I Remarks


W I1
number


"'0'' n P W t-"-#


144


180


63


80


95


102


95


115


594


79


224


713


90

84




63


84


84


84


112


430


50

88


153


120


0,0


.5

.3

.5


.5


.0


2.2


.0


.0


.0


.0


.65





1.6


89,94 EL

138 A


123 A


102 T


113 T


110 T


95 T


95 T




138.1 EL


161,42 EL


130 T


143.32 EL


139.3 EL


48,91


51.5
52,03

22,85
26.08

35 R


29.03


35 R


9.47


8.27


85.5


31 R


115 R


99.95


99 R


95.0


2-21.58


9-12-59
9-23.59

9-23-59
6-23-60

2- -57


10-12-59

11- -56


10-12-59


10-12-59


11-15-57


2-18-48


6-11-55


11-18-57





11-17-34


r etaW }eve)


Heasurin oint








Caseng Measuring point Water level


well U Is a a
number Location Owner Driller i S Use Remarks
Aie A A a w aja! a a o a O M


938-219-3 'W~NEW sec. 8, Atlantic Ice Gray and 243 123 10 F TPB 1.0 142 T 95.8 R 11-17-34 69 Id Al-14
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Co. Stevens

938-219-4 SWSWt sec. 4, City of Gray Well and 407 ---- 18 F ---- ------- 140 T ------ --. ---- ---. P
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Pump Co.

938-219-5 -----do ---- -------do-------------------- 365 -- 12 F ---- ----- 140 T --------- ----- P

938-219-6 ----do----- -------do---- Layne-Atlantic 464 173 30 F TPB 1.1 142.80 EL 99.64 11-15-57 --- P CF

938-219-7 SBtSEk sec. 5, City of ...----- .. 421 --- 18 F TPB 1.62 142.75 EL 106.08 11-18-57 --- P
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville

938-219-8 WhkWk see. 9, ---. do----- Central Florida 743 152 24 F TPB .7 130 T 95 11-18-57 75 P CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Well Drillers

938-219-9 -- d--do------ -------do--- -- -- ----- 750 163 24 F TFB 1.5 131 T 89.73 ,11-18-57 75 P CF

938-220-1 SWHSEk sec. 6, Univ. of Florida Libby and 450 128 10 F TPB .0 156.4 EL 112.6 11- 8-57 71.8 Ir CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Freeman

938-221-1 SENW see. 7, -------do------ Georgia-Florida 916 290 20 F TPB .0 79.3 EL 32.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF
T, 10 S., R. 20 S. Well Drillers

938-221-2 SWNE sec. 7, ------- do----- -- do------ 700 188 20 F TPB .3 73.3 EL 25.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 S.

938-221-3 NEkNW sec. 7, ------do------ .---.. do----- 909 183 24 F TCb 1.5 75.5 EL 28.66 11-11-37 --- Id C, E
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.

938-223-1 Ne SEk sec. 3, E. E. Stanley Gainesville 48 35 4 F TC .5 61.14 EL 9.42 5- 6-58 -- N CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.

938-223-2 NEkSWe sec. 11, Rocking Chair -- ---------- ---- ----- --- -- TC .0 ---------. 16.8 3-18-58 --- P
T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Rest Home

938-223-3 .----do---- -------do----- Acme Drilling Co. 135 121 4 F L .0 71.76 EL 29 R 7-29-55--- P CF

938-234-1 SEASWk sec. 1, L. B. Gravely Gainesville 425 294 10 F ---- ----- 92.69 EL 62 8- 5-55 78 Ir CF, S
T. 10 S., R. 17 E, Equipment Co.









Calina H Kemurtni point Water level



number Location Owner DrillTr UI Rem8rk




938*234.2 NESEkk sec. 2, H, Gravely Gaineaville 94 44 4 F TC .3 85.90 EL 55.44 5- 6-58 ...* D
T, 10 S,, R, 17 E. Equipment Co.

938.235-1 NWkSlk lse. Mrs. Henry Holt .......do.....-. 99 80 3 F L .0 80.62 EL 45 R 7- 2-54 -** D
T. 10 8,, R. 17 E.

938-236-1 NWkBk see. 4, City of Spivey 120 20 4 F TC 2 78.86 EL 38.4 4-16-58 --.. N
T. 10 8., R. 17 E. Newberry

938-236-2 ---.... do .-- .... ---- do-- .. .--.......do .. 120 80 12 F L .0 77.29 EL 40 R 1- -56 74 P

938-236.3 -.....do--- -------.do --.. Libby and 250 150 12 F ---- -----.. 76.71 EL ------- .....---- ----- N CF, Di
Freeman

938-237-1 SWNW sc. 4, .. ---- do ...- E. A. Durst 118 67 10 F L .0 84 T 41 R ....... 74 P A-5
T. 10 8., R. 17 E

939-204-1 Skl7 see. 2. 8eth T. Hiller Pitser 65 ---- 2 SA TO .5 120 T 31.23 9-22-59 .--. N
T. 10 8., R. 22 1.

939-204-2 -------do .- --- -------do-..... Sam Jordan 68 42 2 SA TC .5 120 T 32 R 6- -58 --.. D

939-215-1 SEkNBk sec. 1, W. R. Owens J. J. Hare 87 *.- 4 SA L .0 101.7 EL 55 R 1951 ..-- D CF
T. 10 8., R. 20 BE

939-216-1 NkSWk sec. 1, R. C. Deen Gaineaville 78 -- -- A -----... -- 123.08 EL ---- .---- -- ..
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.

939-217-1 SWkN% sec. 3. R. C. Leary .......do...... 194 134 4 F L .0 145.69 EL 100 R 1955 --- D CF
T. 10 8., R. 20 E1

939-217-2 SEkSWk see. 34, Alachua Count J. J. Hare 115 65 4 SA TC 1.3 ---------- 8.60 7- 8-58 -.-. P
T. 9S., R. 20 E. Board of public
Instruction
939-217-3 SWkNEk sec. 3, S. M. Feagle Gaineaville 65 38 4 SA L .0 ....- --... 5 R 2- 7-58 ---- D
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.

939-219-1 SEkSWk sec. 33, Dr. W. Lassiter .------do- .... 232 194 4 F L .0 184.04 EL 32 R 3-12-58 ---- D CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

939-219-2 SWklHE sec. 32, Gainesville Ice Cray Well and 335 120 8 F TPB 2.5 183.0 EL 144 R 9- 5-34 73 Id CF, Al-12
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. & Cold Storage Pump Co.
Co.







Casing M Heasurin point W ate l.vel.


we. ll as
number Location Owner Driller S U Rearks
1W 1 W 31 |3|j a-? 8
a.IW a ae a
0.0 177.9 E I I 4- 1-5I


939-219-3


939-220-1


939-220-2

939-221-1'


939-221-2


939-221-3


939-223.1


939-223-2


939-223-3

939-225-1


939-226-1


939-226-2


939-227-1


939-227-2

939-230-1


SEkSEz sec. 32
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

NEkSBS sec. 31,
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

----....... do---- .......

NEtEN sec. 1,
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.

WNWk see. 6,
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.

NWtSWk sec. 6,
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.

NW1NBk sec. 3,
T. 10 8., R. 19 E.

NB kSW sec. 2,
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.
------do-------

NW4NEk sec. 5,
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.

SEkSEk sec. 31,
T. 9 S., R. 19 E.

NWkNBE sec. 6,
T. 9 S., R. 19 E.

NWNEWk sec. 1,
T. 10 S., R. 18 E.

SW%8Ek sec. 36,
T. 9 S., R. 18 E.


Setzers Super
Market

R. Tassinari


-------do.-----

R. L. Black, Jr.


Mrs. Fanida
Baker

Univ. of Florida


Louie G. Jones


J. M Byrd


F. W. Kronmiller

R. K. Buckley

-----do-----


.....-do----


0. W. Fletcher,
Jr.

Mrs. 0. W.
Fletcher


NEhBNE sec. 4, J. 8. Jones,
T. 10 8., R. 10 E.


Gainesville
Equipment Co.
....... d -......
-------do------


-------do------

-------do------


Libby and
Freeman

Central Florida
Well Drillers

J. J. Hare


Gainesville
Equipment Co.
-----do-----

.-----. do------


- ----do----

-----do-----


----...do-----

----- do-----


93





147

45


92


77





126


40




45


55


35


0.0


1.0


.0

.0


1.1


.0





.55


.5

.0


.0


.0


.0




3.0


177.96 EL





183.75 EL

126.51 EL


147.2 EL


132.05 EL


93.49 EL


63.5 EL


66.64 EL

138.29 EL


156.76 EL


159.38 EL


95.91 EL




91.67 EL


135 R


11.17


135.54

83 R


101.04


83 R





16.0


15.95

91.13


110 R


112 R


47 R


4- 1-55


5-12-58


5-12-58

12- 7-54


4- 4-58


2-22-52





5- 5-58


5- 5-58

5- 8-58


11-12-54


9-24-54


7-20-55


50.59 2-14-58


I








Cas Ing H.M. uring zon ..L W*irt lvol 1

6qu 0 %
".n~~9 |j iI i Is l ^g i
number Locatlon Owner Drlllr Yi mrk

rla m a3 i^ i
____ ________ _______-_ ___ p'-- aaw aa .. ___ _____ ____ ___ ~ ~ I~~ ~l Ic


93) .235-1


939-236-1


940-205-1


940-205-2


940-206-1


940-211-1


940-211-2


940-214-1


940-214-2


940-217-1


940-217-2

940-218-1


940-218-2


940-218-3

940-218-4


WkNEk sec. 3,
T. 10 S., R, 17 1.

NWkNA sec. 4,
T. 10 ., R. 17 E.

NEkNHE sec. 34
T. 9 8,, R. 22 I.

NZkS sec. 34
T. 9 S8, 1. 22 E.

SFANWk sec. 33,
T. 9 S,, R. 22 E.

SWkSWk sec, 26,
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.

SWJkWk eec. 26,
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.

IWNlWk sec. 32,
T, 9 S8, R. 21 E.

NWkWk sec. 32,
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.

SWkNEk sec., 34
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.
----.......do-------

SWkNWk sec. 34,
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

SEWhk sec. 34,
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

-------do-------

SWkNEt sec. 23,
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.


Parker Brothers


Atlantic Coast-
line Rallroad

Frederick Ahrano

.------do--.---


R, H. Waehoret


John R. Pons


R. F. Nester


Thompson


Mrs. Muller


Florida Farm
Colony
.......do-..


R. T.


Culpepper


Orange State Oil
Co.
...-------d. -..

S. M, Wall


U.S. Geological
Survey

...........-..-


Gray Well and
Pump Co.

Albert H. Miller





John R. Poon


Gaineeville
Equipment Co,




Gainesville
Equipment Co.

Duval Drilling
Co.

Gray Well and
Pump Co.
Acme Drilling
Co.

GainesvLlle
Equipamnt Co.
.-----.do ------

.......-d-----


10







88





55


112





46


205




73







180


-40


-27.6




.0


.0


.0


1.0


1.1


.0


.5




.4


.5


80 T


55.9 EL


150 T


160 A


163.3 EL


105 T


100 T





75.2 EL


170.3 EL


170 T

172.3 EL


175.1 EL


175.1 EL

170.58 Ef


0.57


11.0




72.79


81.5 R


20 R


27 R


6.24


7 R


117 R




10.24


128.58




130 R


1-24'-58


4-25-34




5-27-60


11- 7-32


11- -53


10-19-59


5-15-58


12-11-54


10- -51




3-26-58


2-25-58




10-30-54
L0-30-54.1


Da, Al-6







Al-22










CF


CF




C?







CF








Casing Measuring point Water Level


Well Su jl 5 U o 0 a
number Location Owner Driller I Use Remarks
0 5
ILIP iis j a s g e s; g s
a. oo a a.
00 00

940-218-5 SEtSEk see. 28, Moose Lodge J. J. Hare 180 ----- 4 F TC 0.8 173.66 EL 12.45 3-13-58 ---- N Ds, CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 124.28 4-29-58

940-218-6 NEAW sec. 33, Oscar Servin Gainesville 60 43 4 SA TC .2 183.31 EL 6.1 5-14-58 73 D
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.

940-219-1 NEkSE. sec. 29, Florida Chemical -------do---- 199 105 4 F L .0 177.15 EL 85 R 8-27-54 -*-- Id CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Industries

940-219-2 SW9SWk sec. 28, Cabot Carbon Co, Gray Well and 442 442 8 F TPB .5 173 T 127 R 1932 73.5 Id Al-11
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Pump Co.

940-219-3 SEkSEk sec. 29, Koppers Co. R. M. Perry 390 245 10 F TPB 1.0 175 T 130 R -.---- 73 Id Al-10
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

940-219-4 -------do------- -------do---- ----.--------- 66 2 SA TC 2.08 ---------- 50.07 4-11-58 ---- N

940-220-1 NEkSWk sec. 29, Suburbia Acmn Drilling 68 59 4 SA L .0 187.73 EL 15 R 9-18-51 --. P CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Theatres Inc. Co.

940-220-2 NWSWH sec. 29, ----.---do ---- -------do---- 60 48 4 SA TC .7 181.45 EL 10.14 3-26-58 --- P CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

940-221-1 NEFSEk sec. 25, Antis Properties Gainesville 330 175 6 F TC 1 170 T 124.37 7-28-58 72.4 P
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.

940-221-2 ------do----- -------do----- ------- d- .... 314 167 6 F TC .5 170 T 124.21 7-28-58 73.6 P

940-224-1 NEkNWk sec. 33, Pierre Bejano -..--- do--- 172 ----- 4 F L .0 105.33 EL 57.98 5- 7-58 --* D
T. 9 S., R. 19 E.

940-228-1 SWkNEk sec. 35, Sam Wahl's --------------- 50 ---- --- F TSR -36.0 47.50 EL 1.55 8-13-58 --- --- RQ
T. 9 S., R. 18 E. ConstructLon Co.

941-205-1 NEfSWB sec. 22, Frank Starke Sam Jordan 78 ----- 2 SA TC .0 135 T 15 R 9- -58 ---- D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.

941-207-1 SEAWh sec. 20, Joseph C. Oberry Ernest McGollie 149 111 2 F ---- ------- 140 T .--------. .----. --. D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.
941-210-1 SWkSE seec. 23, Albort Pons Albert Pons 65 65 1k W TC .5 --------- 10 R 11. -47 --- D
T. 9 S., R,. 21 E.









Caring Heasuring point Water leval


Wall




9-31.1-1 XASSk ses 22, J. 2. Wooten Acas Drilling *4 F IC 06 88.5 RL 12,47 6- 3-58 .... I C?
T. 9 8., 21 R. Co.

941-211-2 WW k sec. 26, D. Townsend W. D, Tnsend 35 35 TD 1.80 90 T +3.55 9-2259 70.2 D
T. 9 S., A. 21 9.

941-212-1 WkNWk see, 27, Coastal Cray Well sand 450 447 10 1 .... ....... .......... ........ ........ .... OT
TJ. 9 S., A. 21 Z, Petroleum Co, Fu Co.

941-212-2 ....... do ....... ....... do ......-...... do..... 662 400 12 F .... ....... .......... ........ ........ ... OT

941-212-3 ....... do ....... ... ...-do ------....... do ...... 75 10 F TC .8 80.5 EL 7 11-15-57 .... OT

941-216-1 VkWfk sec. 23, City of Central Florida 447 127 ... F TC 1.35 144.35 EL 83.30 11-21-57 .... 0 CF
S9 nb, R. 20 Gansvlle ell Drillers
3 A a w ?


Id 1 __ Y s a__







94'-.220-1 S. k sec, 29, old Cooln Aclns Drilling -195 12 4 L .0 175.16 S L 1247 6- 1-58 *-.-- CF,






T. 9 S., R. 20 Z. Co.
941-220-2 SkSEk sec. 19, ranch owJohnsond .ain illnd 375 35 4 V TC 1.50 901 1+3.S7 -2 2-58 -70- D







T. 9 S., R, 20 E. lquLpaent Co.

941-222-1 SlkSFk see. 23, 0. S. Briggs J. J. Hare 163 110 4 P .... ....... .......... 125 R ........ .... D Cp
T. 9 S., 1, 21 t,
941-212-2 NWkHk sec. 26, C Johnstonel an ll ed 450 17 10 1F TC .0 17.46 E 1.....09 10-22-58 72. 1 D.
T. 9 S., 19 E. qtrolu Co. up Co.
941-212.2 -- d --- --------.......-d .......do-- ..--- 662 400 12 *- -- -------- ------- --- .---- ------------.-- -0








941-224-1 kSdk sec. 22---, S. Ford ----do ---- 175 -. 10 F T .0 80.5 EL 7 1 -21-57 5 -- OT
941-216-1 SW1Ik eec. 23. City of Central hlorida 447 127 .... f TC 1.35 144.35 EL 83.30 11-21-57 -.- M CT






T. 9 S., R. 19 E. inovll Dill
941-220-1 NS kWk sec. 26, Hrs. old. Colln. Ac- dollin 19524 1 4 F L .0 175.16 EL 1421 7 210-58 *--- I ,
T. 9 S., R. 20. letcher
941-220-2 SSkSE sec. 23, Mran Cleary U.S. Geologvill 75 65 4 A TC -5 167.41 L 18.7 7- 2-58 5 0 RQ
T. 9 S 20 E. Surveyip Co.
941-222-1 SVBksk sec. 23, 0. W.lquist Noble 163 110 4 A T-- ------ ------. 12 R 3-- 56 --- D WP
T. 9 S., R. 192 .
941-222-2 Mft sac. 26, J, Johnatona Gainev~lle 180 105 4 1 TO .0 167.46 EL 121.09 10-22-58 72.1 0
T. 9 S., R. 19 3. Equiwaent Co.
941-224-1 SIkiSVf c. 22, 3. S. Ford ---- do- 170 99 4 F L .0 155.19 EL 125 1 3-21-55 -- D
T. 9 S9, R. 19 E.
941-229-1 V1sMWk sec. 26, Hr.. 0. V. ---- do-- 264 93 8 1 TC .33 192.2 EL 147.03 4-23-58 --- Ir
T. 9 S., R. 18 E. Fletcher

941-234-1 3EtSELg sec. 23, Hr.. Olacry U.S. Geological 7 5 1H F TC -45 .- ... .78 1-28-58 55 0 EQ
T. 9 S., R. 17 3. Survey

942-203-1 33rW. see. 13 H. Walqulit Noble 111 105 4 SA TC .5 -------- --49.07 3-15-56 ---- D IP
T. 9 3., R. 22 E. \







Casing Measuring point Water level



number Location Owner Driller Rearks
2_ U ____ a Us e p MBr < ____ _



942-203-2 kWmSWt sec. 13 J. J. Seykora, .....-------------- 17 4 TC 0.3 ---------- .3.27 7-24-59 --*- N
T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Jr.

942-203-3 -------do---- ------do----- --------------- 10- l. W TC 2.8 ---------- 4.93 7-24-59 ---- N

942-203-4 NHESE) sec. 13, Mrs. Harry Brewer 365 --- 4 F L .0 -------- 56 R 7-28-59 --- H WP
T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Jackson

942-203-5 SEStEk sec. 13, II. C. Segur H. L. Ownbay 136 *.-- 2 F TC .5 --------- 56.27 7-29-59 ---- D, Ir
T. 9 S., R. 22 F,

942-203-6 ------do ----- J. 0. Dann --. .do----- 154 110 2 F L .0 140 T 67 R 2- 3-56 ---- D, Ir


942-206-1 NHNW; sec. 16, Carl Zillman Sain Jordan 60 60 3 SA TC .0 170 T 15 R 1956 --- D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.

942-207-1 SBkNEk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 24 24 l W TC 2.4 152 T 16.67 3-21-59 -- 0 CF
T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
942-210-1 SEkSWk sec. 13, Pearl Adcock Sam Jordan 82 --- 2 SA ---- ------- 120 T .---------------- --- D
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.

942-216-1 NBHNE sec. 23, City of Layne-Atlantic 447 175 10 r IC .0 153.20 EL 90.93 12-16-58 ---- N CF
T. 9 S., R. 19 8. Gainesville Co.

942-216-2 HWNSW sec. 13, Sperry Rand Central Florida 350 160 12 F TPB 2.7 150 T 90.04 7-31-58 73 Id
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Corp. Well Drillers

942-216-3 ------do------- -------do---- ------------ 522 153 20 F TPB 1.0 153.05 EL 91.10 7-30-58 ---- F

942-221-1 NWHk sec. 18, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 t W TC 2.0 ........-- 2.95 4- 2-59 70.2 0
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Survey Survey

942-227-1 NEH Wk sec. 19, E. H. Boville, Libby and 330 97 11 F L .0 .---------- 125 R 8-29-55 ---- Ir CF
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Jr. Freeman

943-204-1 SE~SWh sec. 11, G. S. Price Sam Jordan 160 --- 2 F L .0 .------.---- 70 R ------------ D,
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.









CAino Aitsring point Wagte level



number Location Ower DrLlter Use Rema rks


__________ _________S9 __ a ___ ft i8 _
943.207-1 nASWk sec. 8, ,. 3. Brovn kam Drilling 110 95 4 F L 0.0 171,0 EL 81 R 7-.-41 72.5 0, S, C
T. 9 5., ,. 22 E. Co. Id

943-208-L NItSYk see. 7, I. J. Simaons Saw Jordan 79 70 2 SA TC .5 .......... 52 1949 *... D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.
943-215-1 ItkS2l sc. 12, U.S. Geoloilcal U.S. Geological 18 15 It V TC 3.5 .......... 4.19 4- 75-6969 0
T. 9 1., I. 20 e. Survey Survey

943-215-2 StinK sec. 12, C, V. NHis Gainesville 270 195 4 F L .0 165.51 .L 97 R 6-26-54 *--- D
T. 9 S., 1. 20 Z. Equipment Co.

943-221-1 MNkStk see. 7, Owen-ILinols -......do-..... 230 121 4 F L .0 190.94 EL 142 R 7-14-54 *..- D CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Glass Co.
943-231-1 SItWHA sc. 7, T. E. Cleary .--..... ... 207 103 8 F TPB .55 -.......... 53.14 6- 2-58 r-- Ir
T. 9 S., R. 18 E.

944-205-1 SESEk c se. 33, R.L.S. Shipman ------------ 58 *---- k SA TC 2.0 130 T 10 R 9- -55 .... P
T. 8 S., 1. 22 E.

944-206-1 S'kS3Bk see. 33, V. Aklers 60 40 3 SA TC 2.0 182 T 50 R 1954 --- D
T. 8 S., R. 22 .

944-219-1 NZkSEk sec. 31, Owen-Zllinois Libby and 802 -.-- 16 r --- ----- .176.9 EL -........ -- ......... O CP, Ds
T. 8 S., R. 20 E. Glass Co. Freeman

944-222-1 SvtEg sec. 2, A. 0. Fabric Gainesville 165 100 4 F L .0 188.75 EL 133 5 7-15-55 .*.. D
T. 9 8., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.

945-205-1 SWkSk seec. 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 k1 V TC .0 144.0 EL 4.76 6-27-58 68.8 0 C?
T. 8 S., R. 22 I. Survey Conservation
Service
945-212-1 MitSZk sec. 33, Univ. of Florida Central Florida 448 195 6 F L .0 155.64 EL 73 R 1- 1-55 74.5 Ir
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Well Drillers

945-237-1 WlH sec. 32, Bda Mining Co. ------.............. 50 ---- .... F SR -36.2 37.80 EL 3.09 8-12-58 .---- .. IQ
T. 8 S., R. 17 E.
946-206-1 SWbtS c sec. 21, Rod Recse Gainesville 152 141 4 F TC 1.2 172.42 EL 87.6 6- 3-58 --- D, S C
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Equipment Co.







Casing Measuring point Water Level


Well II a m I a a a

9Well6-20-2 se. 21, Geore Rppy G sttl 19 F L .0 15.5 EL R 11-0-
nuber Location Owner Dri2ler 4 E. Equ n





9t65-208-1 SW14 sec. 30, John G. Pitz Sam Jordan 210 2 F L .0 *....... 50 R ........ D, I
T. 8 S., R. 22 .
9420- k se. 23 Heran Russe4 ...... SA L .0 150 T 20 R ..Rem.rks D
T. S, R 21 E.




94-21-1 soc. U.S. Goloat. U.S. Geolo a 15 TC 2. o 5.75 4- 7-59 70




T, 8 S., 1. 21 E. SSrvey Survey
946206-20- SIEkSI sec. 21, George Rippoy Gatnoaille 19 14 65 4 F L 0.0 153.51 EL 85 R 11-20-54 ---- C
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Equipment Co.

946-208-1 SWNiH sec.l 2130 John G. Pita Sam. Jordan 2140 2 F TC .0 15.----0 6089 -------- --- D, r
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

946-210-1 SEkSEk sec. 23, Heran use ell --..---.----- 63 60 Ik SA L .0 150 T 20 R 0-----. ---- D
T. 8 S., R. 21 E.

946-226-1 HNSWik sac. 2, U.S. GeealoEleir U.S. Geological 14 15 tF V TC .2.0 ..------ 115.75 4- 7-59 70 0
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Survey Survey

946-218-1 SEESk see. 21, Wilmar Thoas Gainsrvile 142 ---- 24 TC 4.0 1. ....... 7.58 5-1-538 ---- ,
T. 8 S., R. 20 ,. Equipment Co.

947-218-2 SWkSNk sec. 21, --- ---o do ---- -- -do- 140 98 4 F LC .0 154.08 EL 88.79 5-15-5 ---- D
T. 8 S., R. 20 E.

946-226-1 HNESWk sea. 20, H. House .--........... 17 17 4 W TC .9 156.57 8L 7.60 10-29-57 ---- 0
T. 7 S., R. 19 S.

946-226-2 HWkSEk sec. 20, General Electric M. Gray Co. 427 87 12 F TC 2.44 152.47 EL 113.92 11-19-57 *- H CP,
T. 7 S., R. 19 E. Co.
946-228-1 SASWM see. 23, R. H. Cato Tide Water 142 ----- 8 F TC 3.00 103.60 BL 64.86 5- 7-58 ---- H CF, E
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Assoe. Oil Co.

947-210-1 SWSEk sec. 14, City of Waldo Acme Drilling 255 175 6 F L .0 157.12 EL 80.9 6- 3-6 -- P CF
T. 8 S., R. 21 Co

947-210-2 ISEk sae. 23, A. D. Martin Gainesville 60 43 3 SA TC .3 154.48 EL 9.18 4-16-58 ---- D CF
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co.

947-210-3 HWtNEk see. 23, City of Waldo --------------- 6 6 2 W TT 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 --- N
T. 8 S., R. 21 1.

947-210-4 -.-----do-- ...... ------do----- --------------- 3 3 1 W TCo 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 *....

947-210-5 .......do.............-do- .... --------------- 5 5 1 W TB 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 ---- N

947-210-6 NEkNSk sec. 23, City Products Gray Well and 39 --- 3 W TPB .65 155 T 9.04 4-13-58 ---- N Al-9
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Corp. Pump Co.










Cing Mswrtip polnt VWater level



number Location Owner DrtHer Use Remarks




947-210-7 HWSa see. 15, 3. T. Powell .* ......... 60 ***** A ** $*** .......... ........ ........ 0, Ir
T, a S., R. 21 .

947-225-1 WSI3k see. 17, S. B. Cullen J. J. Hare 134' 6 4 1 **-* ******* 145,05 EL .....*--.* ........ .. D Cl
T. 6 S., R. 19 e.

947-229-1 skseS rsec. 15, Town of Alachul J. S. McCreary 378 ***- 8 F TCb 1.0 76 T 36 R ........ 73,5 P A1-3
T. 8 S., R. 18 E.

947-229-2 S7 Wk sec. 14, .......do ..C Gray Well and 363 100 10 F L .0 .......... 34 1949 74.0 P
T. 8 S., R 18 E. Pump Co.

947-229-3 SWkWk see. 14, Copeland Sausage ..................- ..... .* --F .. ........ -- ........ ........ .... Id
T. 8 8., A. 18 B. Co.

947-229-4 ----..do ....... ......do...... Albert H Mille 260 214 12 F TC 1.2 85 T 43.93 12- 6-57 -** Id

948-210-1 SWt see. 11. a. C. Riley J. W. Coleman 116 ---- 4 BA T 2 156 T 5.5 4-19-34 --- N Wf, Al-8
T. 8 8., R. 21 E.

945-223-1 SWkNtk see. 11, Mrs. Maxey C. L. Carter 400 .---- 8 ...... 116 T .....-.. ...-... -.- I
T. 8 S., R. 19 E. Chesserr

948-229-1 SWtlk sec. 11, 0.8. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 It V TC 2.0 -.......... 6.75 4-20-59 -- 0
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Survey Survey

948-231-1 NWkSk se. 9, Alechua County Acae Dritli 238 -- -- F -. --...... 92.47 EL -.----- --.. -- -- P.. CF
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Board of Public Co.
Instruction

948-231-2 MWH k see. 9, A. P. Spencer J. Wilholt 129 109 4 F L .0 98.71 EL 63.6 1-20-58 --- S CF
T. 8 S., R. 17 E.

949-208-1 SMHtk sec. 6, 0. B. HLcks. Jr. Irnest McGollle 67 40 2 A L .0 --------- 12 R 3- -58 --- D, 8,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Ir
949-211-1 I HIWkc se. 3, Mrs. Annie Ward -..-...-.-- 40 --- 2 ---- .---- -------. ------ ----- --- I-
T. 8 S., R. 21 E.

949-214-1 Sk see. 6, Mrs. Elizabeth ----.....---- .18 -- 30 L .0 ..-........ 3.5 12- 2-59 --- D,
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Brown








Cagins MeasurinR oint Water level


Well "1o 1
number Location owner Driller V Us e Remark

"= a' ,= 0, ,3 I-r
7. Leas. ...4 Soil
Q "0 I .I


949-219-1


949-225-1


949-235-1


949-235-2


949-235-3


949-236-1


949-236-2


949-239-1


950-210-1


950-213-2


950-220-1


950-224-1


950-229-1



950-235-1


sec. 5,
T. 8 S., R. 20 E.

NWkSEk sec. 33,
T. 7 S., R. 19 8.

l zEti sac. 3,
T. 8 8., R. 17 E.

SE1E f sec. 3,
T. 8 S., R. 17 B.

-------do.------


SEkSWk see. 34,
T. 7 8., R. 17 E.

NEtNI sec. 34,
T. 7 S., R. 17 E.

SWkSWt sec. 6,
T. 8 S., R. 17 B.

SWkSg~ see. 35,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

NHkSE& sec. 31,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

NEtSWk sec. 30,
T. 7 S., R. 20 E.

NWtSWk sec. 27,
T. 7 S., R. 19 E.

G. Atkinson Land
Grant, T. 7 S.,
R. 18 E.

SEkSEk sec. 34,
T. 7 S., R. 17 E.


F. S. Lagassee


Henry Raat"a


City of High
Springs

-------do------


-----do-- ......


Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad

Atlantic Ice Co.


U.S. Corps of
Engineers

Jack Eddy


W. H. Eddy


Greater Bell
Methodist Church

R. O. Cellon


J. S. Wershow



Mrs. ?earl
Carraway


U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
Penrod Drilling
Co.

-------------




Stevons-Southera
Co.







U.S. Corps of
Engineers

Sam Jordan


------do---





Gray Well and
Pump Co.

U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service


3,219


75


300


243


250


300


81


65





18


223


1,673





250


238


90













15

204


-2.0


1.0


2.0


-25


1.0


.0








2.0


.0






.5


157.6 EL


64.70 EL








43.10 EL


74 T


32.7 EL







---------



143.46 EL






67.32 EL


30.47


38.34


37 R


9.73


42.5 R


25.3 R








3.22


99 R






32.18


10-24-57


6-30-60


6-30-60


2-14-58


7-16-57


6- 2-32








2-12-59


3- 8-40


72


72


64













66


3-12-581--


OT


Dr


P


P


RR







D, Is


D, S,
Ir

P


Id






N


CF


Al-1





A


....-------..1 148 I ----









ciai,4 11 H 4jjrln pdItnt Walter level



.mber Location .ner Drller 0 + Use Rea rk




950-236-1 NH~kSWk eec, 34, T. l. Barber J. J. Hare 70 .... 4 TC 0.3 .......... 39 R 1954 *. Ir
T. 7 S., R. 17 E,

950-216-2 .......do ....... Nvell Acam Drilling a8 58 F IC .6 67.14 EL 33,55 8- 1.57 .... N
Co. 32.10 4- 3-59

950-236-3 N1kSEk sec. 23, J. H. VLterrs J. Sathlnas 72 ..*** 2 F TC 1.2 .......... 26 R ........ .... D
T. 7 S., R. 17 I.

951-224-1 NWjWk sec 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 18 IS 1 V ITC 2.0 .......... 2.87 4- 2-59 69 0
T. 7 S., R. 19 E, Survey Survey

951-224-2 .......do....... Florida Forest Acme Drilling 175 144 4 F TC .13 136.68 EL 91.76 3-11-58 *-- D CF
Service Co.

951-225-1 SLkSEk eec. 20, Lacy Doak Libby and 350 119 10 F L .0 149.8 EL 100 R 2- -55 .--. Ir CF
T. 7 S., R. 20 Z. Freeman

951-234-1 SVWNk sec. 25, Florida State ...................... .- 2 F TC -40 33.57 EL +.23 2-14-58 69.5 0 8
T. 7 S., R. 17 E, Road Department

951-235-1 NZHEkS sec. 27, Seventh-Day J. Wilbolt 225 43 4 F TC .5 .......... 14.64 6-27-57 75 D
T. 7 S., R. 17 E, Adventist Church

951-235-2 -----.-do-.---- -------do...... ------.do.----- 235 42 6 F TC 1.2 ----------.. 14.70 6-26-57 72 P
19.81 4- 3-58

952-232-1 Land Grant, B. D. Traxler J. J. Hare 171 ----- 4 ---- ------ 159.91 EL ---- ---........ --.... D
T. 7 S., R. 18 E.

953-228-1 SE kWk sec. 13, Joe Imley Libby and 230 ---- 8 F L .0 172.75 EL 132 R 7- -55 71.5 Ir CF
T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Freeman

953-228-2 lNE SWc sec. 11, Santa Fe River Acne Drilling *---- -- 8 F(? TPB .5 ..........-- 28 12- 5-57 ---- Ir
T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co.

953-231-1 SVkSc sec. 8, V. T. Olligood J. Wilhoit 171 78 4 F TC .4 ..---........ 126 12- 5-57 --- D CF
T. 7 S., R. 18 E.

954-227-1 SEkSEk sec. 1, J. L. Dupree Acne DLilling 165 ----- 4 F L .0 15.98 E 120 R ........-.... Id CF
T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Co.







Cas ng Heasurin: point Water level




nuabear Location Owner Driller 2 Use Remarks
nurbe5 L t W. a X a. t-









T. 7 S. R. 18 E.
55-228-1 StSWi sec. 36, Santa Fe River Acme Drillng 110 .----- F -- -----.. ---. --. 60 R 0----- --. S
T. 6 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co.

55-2-2-2 SEkSWk sec. 35, S---he- do --Sw- -------do----- 156 ----- 4 F -- ---- -.1----5. 112 R ------- 72 Ir
T. 6 S., R. 18 E.
T. 6 S., R. 18 E.

55-228-3 WkSW sec. 36, ---....... do------ --------------- 166 --- 4 F .... ....... -- --- ----------.......... 110 R 1955 ---- D
T. 6 S., R. 18 E.

155-228-4 ------do------ ------do------- --------------- 145 ----- 4 F ---- ------ -- -------- 108 R -------- ---- D

Bradford County
62f 3-I-55


944-203-1


945-203-1


945-203-2


945-203-3


945-203-4

945-203-5


945-204-1


SAENWk sec. 1,
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.

SWkSE sec. 25,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

SEtNWk sec. 36,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

SEkNEk sec. 35,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

------ do-------

SEkNWt sec. 36,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E,

NE k Ik sec. 35,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.


B. M. Barnhill


U.S. Geological
Survey

-------do------


-------do--- ..


------do-------

Covenant Presby-
terian Church

Hickey Gaunt


H. L. Ovnbey


U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
--.----do -----.


-------do------


-----.. do------

H. L. Ownbey


R. Kathews


134


20


25


50


30

141


0.0


3.0


1.0


1.80


.0

.0


.64


128.48 EL


143.63 EL


155.42 EL


153.55 EL


..........


62 R


12.70


16.50


25.66


23.49

62.07


12.19


3- -55


6-25-58


6-25-58


6-27-58


6-23-58

3-30-60


8- 5-59









Caosng Haaaurin point Water level


wtal a it s i.+ k
n r Location Owner Driller U.. R rk




945-204-2 WkXNk see. 35, L. L, Thoapon ............... 23 .... 1k U TC 1.90 -......... 10.98 10-27-59 **.. N
T. S S., R. 22 E.

945-204-3 nkmWk sec. 35, Jack Hiller Jack Hiller 30 **.- 2 W TCo 1.80 .--..**- 2.44 10-26-59 ***. H
T. 8 S., I. 22 E.

945-204-4' Nkk sec. 34, ............... ............... 85 52 2 SA TC .4 .......... 19.61 10-26-59 **. N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 19.3 10-27-59

945-204-5 SEISZ sece. 27, C. D. Glover Dan Eubankl 98 64 2 SA TC .3 147 T 20 R 10-29-59 .-- D, Ir
T. 8 ., ,. 22 E.

945-205-2 kNk seec. 34, Leo Hill H. Ovnbey 154 147 2 F L .0 144 T 59 ) 7-31-59 *.- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

945-205-3 SWkSE sec. 27, Loren 0. Martin .......do.-- 84 --- 2 SA L .0 .--.---- 12 R 5-22-53 *--- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

945-205-4 .------do--- ------............... ----.....---. 6 --- 2 t TC .8 --.---. 5.90 10-26-59 ---- N

945-205-5 NVW k s c. 34, .......... ... ...............- 26 26 2 TC 1.80 145 T 13.9 10-29-59 --. N WP
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

946-202-5 NFEt k sec. 25, Dr. D. H. L. Ownbey 46 42 2 W L .0 115 T 16 R 6-11-56 --- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Christoffers

946-202-6 HEkSFc sec. 24, Keystone Club Gray Well and 400 250 10 F TC 1.2 157.91 EL 69.41 7-27-59 ---- P
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Estates Pump Co.

946-202-7 SEPtkN sec. 25, Key Sargent ------do--.--- 160 154 2 F L .0 115 T 30 R 7- 3-57 -- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

946-204-1 87kSZk sec. 22, W. H. Rees Roy Jordan 94 84 2 SA TC 1.5 ------ ---- 24 R 10-29-59 ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

947-202-4 SSZSk sec. 13, ----.............- ---- ---.... 71 2 SA TT .8 145 T 54.31 10-27-58 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

947-202-7 ------.do------- ------------- --------------- 31 2 TC .7 153 A 29.65 10-23-59 ---- N








Casing Measuring point Water level

A. .to W
Well u A2 Cu W8 e
number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks
T. 8 S., ar. 22 Es
0b Q u u0

mee D& 0 e a n 5 S

947-203-1 StSW; sec. 13, T. E. Garner H. L. Ovwnbey 186 161 2 F L 0.0 150 T 74 R 8-27-58 ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

947-203-2 SFqHNk see. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 25 ----- 4 W TC 3.4 125 T 11,44 10-27-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

947-203-3 ------do------ Dr. Bollinger ..-----------.. 29 -- I W TC .8 125 T 14.45 10-27-59 ---- N

947-203-4 NWkSW l see. 13, J. A. Walker ---------......------. 21 2 TC 6.0 ---------- 22.03 10-28-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

948-203-1 NBEWk sec. 13, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 40 38 It W TC 1.6 131 T 28.7 4- 7-59 --- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
948-203-2 MlWk sec. 13, T. M. Huffman H. L. Ownbey 173 167 2 F L .0 119 T 37 R 5-31-56 ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

948-203-3 IttWlB see. 13, Johnny Cohagen --------------- 28 .---8 l W TC 1.8 135 T 24.08 10-28-59 --- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

948-203-4 ------do ..--- William Lewis H. L. Ownbey 126 106 2 SA L .0 ..-------. 40 R 3- -59 ---- D

948-203-5 SZkSWk sec. 12, Salvation Army --------------- 57 57 2 W TF .8 130 T 19.55 11- 4-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

948-203-6 NWkiW sec. 12, Alfred Underwood --------------- 14 -- 2 W TR .8 145 T 7,45 11- 4-59 --- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 B.

948-203-7 SENWt see. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 52 --- 3 W TC 7.9 135 T 26.14 10-27-59 ----
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

949-203-1 WINWk see. 12, Irvin Triest H. L. Ownbey 174 152 2 SA L .0 --------- .83 R -------- --. D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

949-204-1. WkSEk sec. 2, Clyde Horsey Sam Jordan 128 100 2 SA L .0 --------- 76 R 8- -55 ---- D,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Ir, S

950-203-1 SBN1B see. 35, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 28 26 1I W TC 1.8 173 T 5.80 4- 6-59 --- 0 C
T, 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
950-203-2 -----do------- D. L. Raley D. L. Raley 18 .... 1l W L .0 .--..--- 10 R 12-24-59 ---- fr









Ctg MasauriS potal Water level



numer Location Oner Drllelr Use 0 mark




950-204-1 SWUSlk ec, 35, J A. Gnann Saj Jordan 74 54 2 IA L 0.0 160 T 21 .........- D, Ir
T. 7 S., 1. 22 S.

950-213-1 W~MlF sec. 32, U.S. Geological Albert H. Miller 207 172 4 F T1 2,00 142 A 70.15 7- 7-59 *-* 0 CF, 8
T, 7 5., I. 21 3, Survey

951-206-1 SVkWW **c. 28, .. 0. Sions ..---------.--- 64 ..... 2 SA T 1.0 160 T 40 R 3- -59.. D
T. 7 S., R. 22 I.

951-206-2 WlSWV sec. 28, A. H. Ferry J. McQuery 70 40 2 SA TC 1.0 160 T 18 3 1954 -- D
T. 7 S., I. 22 I.

951-208-1 WHVlEk ec. 30, Georgia Southern V. 1. McGraw 228 105 6 F TC .5 145 T 69.32 5.19-59 -- C
T. 7 S., 1. 22 I. and Florida
Railroad Co.

951-209-1 SFtWk sec. 25, J. J. Brannen Sam Jordan 70 50 2 SA L .0 .------ 18 R 1956 --- D, I
T. 7 S., R. 21 5

951-209-2 ....--do--- -------do------ J. J. Brannan 25 ..... 1 TV 1.6 --------- 8.56 12- 1-59 ---

951-213-1 WNkW sec. 29, G. V. Rivers Chancey 11 .--- 2 W C 1.8 ...------ 5.42 11-27-59 *---
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

951-214-1 Wk5I sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 23 1 WV TC 1.6 .----- 5.70 4- 7-59 -- 0 CF
T. 7 S., 1. 21 ,. Survey Con ovationn
Service

951-214-2 1Oht sec. 30, F. 5. Davis F. I. Davis 55 55 2 SA TC 5.75 -. .---- 10.56 11-27-59 --
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

952-204-1 SESEk sec. 15, U.S. Geological Albert H. illet 284 234 4 r TI 2.68 177 A 86.26 11-12-59 --- 0 Cy
T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey

952-206-1 SWkSEl sec. 16, Lawerence Heng ..-----------. 90 ---- 2 SA L .0 ---------- 15 R ----.---- .
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

952-209-1 SZkBzk sec. 24, B. T. Thomas Acme Drilling 89 --. 6 SA L .0 .--..--.. 12 -------- Id
T. 7 S., R. 21 Z. Lumber Co. Co.

952-209-2 NZ~Nk sec. 24, L. H. Outlay J. KaHgryi 93 -- 2 SA L .0 ------- 17 R 1953 -- D, Ir
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.









Caisng Measurin point Water level
Sa A Ii

wall U S. *r A b 1
-S j e u b S -S lOG 3^ i 5 5
nmer Lo a i n a-a a al a
O ne a D l ase R mark
0 a Q B' .06 a a W
4d r o.
N 9 C6 A


952-210-1


952-210-2


952-212-1


952-212-2


953-204-1


953-205-1


953-208-1


953-208-2


953-210-1


953-220-1


953-220-2

954-204-1


954-205-1


954-208-1


E. eMyer


P. K. Bowers


A. E. Broughton


J. A. J.McKinney


Eugene Griffis


U.S. Geological
Survey

Barry's
Restaurant

Rayonier Inc.


U.S. Geological
Survey

State Agri.
Marketing Board


SSkWk sec. 23,
T. 7 S., R. 21 e.

SWkHB eec. 23,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

WkSAq sec. 21,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

HSkWk sec. 21,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

NW4SWt sec. 11,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

SEkNA sec. 15,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

SEkSWk sea. 7,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

VtNWk sec. 18,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNk sec. 14,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

S3kSWA sec. 8,
T. 7 S., R. 20 E.

......do-------

SWkSWk sec. 2,
T. 7 S., R. 22 B.

SWktWk see. 3,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.

WINB see. 7.
T. 7 S., R. 22 E.


--------------




Dyal


J. A. J.McKinney


A. Magaryl


U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
J. Magaryi


V. Forsythe


U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
Belmany


13 ---


66 --


64 48


48 --


85 63


20 18


95 60


90


25 23


486 120


200 99

58 68


70 70


80 --


2.7


1.00


.0


1.9


.0


1.8


.0


.0


1.6


1.0


.0

.25


.0


.0


-....-- do------ |Acme Drilling Co


----------








175 T








149 T


124 A


124 T

..........


..........


..........


7.78


22.97


18 R


6 R


29 R


11.13


10 R


8.85


2.93


51.32


52 R

28.75


29 R


12 R


11-30-59 ---- N


11-30-59 ---- N


1951 ---- D


-------- ---- D,
Ir, S

..-------- --- D,
IR, S

4- 7-59 ---- 0 CF


1950 I--- D, P


12- 3-59 ---- N


4- 7-59 *--- 0 CF


5-20-59 72 Id


1952 *--- --- CF

12-23-59 *--- N


1952 ---- D, I


.-..... .... o. lr


Luther Griffis


W. E. Lawson


Crescent Hotel
Court


A. Mageryi


Sam Jordan


J. Magaryi










Calin HPLrL11n pnatm Water level

.... i h ,,
Well 6
numbii Locatiou Ownsr Driller use I Ue Remarks
Si Sol ..
rc r


954.209-L


954-210-1


954-212-1


955-204-1


955-206-1


955-206-2


955-219-1


956-205-1


956-206-1


956-206-2

956-206-3

956-206-4

956-206-5

956-206-6


956-206-7 SWcWkh sec. 28,
T. 6 S., R. 22


Henry Tcrlinson


J. L, Wynn


. 0. Jones


In*e Gray


R. 5. Hulllni


V. A. Stearns


RouSton Texas
Gas and Oil Co,

U.S. Geological
Survey

City of Starke


...----....do-------

.......do--- .......

--.---.do-------


V. Oriftis


J. iageryl





Floyd Stewart


A. Magaryi


J. Magaryi


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
Gray Well and
Pump Co.



Gray Well and
Pup Co.


S3N resec. 12.
T. 7 ., 21 I.

NEWkm sec. 11,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.

SAWA sec. 4,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E,

SWtSV sec. 35,
T. 6 5., R. 22 E.

SVSk seec. 33,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.

SAeNE sec. 32,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.

NktSwk sec. 32,
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.

N1HWJ sec. 27,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.

WkSEZk sec. 28,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.

------do------
.--. do-- ....
....... do .......
------do-------

------do-------

okWkr sec. 28,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.


60 ***-


90 .....


72 *-*.


75 **-.


100 60


70 58


175 117


25 23


610 170


529 500

580 500

90 60

66 ..---

503 278


607 280


150 T














141 A


165 T


166.56 EL


170 T

166 T

166 T

166 T

168.77 EL


165 T


12 R


8 A


12 R


30 R


27 R


15 R


78.91


16.83


90 R


94.4 1

80 R

20 R

28.60

94.19


94.74


1947











1955


10- .58


3-11-60


4. 6-59


2. .42


11- 7-34

1928



5- 5-58

7-28-42


6-24-60


72

72



73.5


CF, B-5


-------do---- ------------

-..--.. do------- Stevens Southern
Co.

.......do----- Gray Well and
Pump Cc.















Driller


..er;
lurber


Casing I


ias'urin





u a-
1-
t,"11


Location


956-208-1


956-208-2


956-210-1


957-203-1


957-204-1


957-206-1


957-207-1


957-207-2


957-209-1


957-212-1


957-216-1


958-207-1


958-209-1


958-209-2


I


opint Vater

5rr
.- ^


-^ e -.

Os B + l
~U S .*UIj c
s8~~.o


WL.Wk sec. 30,
T. 6 5., R. 22 E

SEkWA sec. 31,
T. 3 S., R. 22 E

SEtSEt sec. 27,
T. 6 S., R. 21 E

NENEk sec. 23,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E

WSRSEk sec. 23,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E

WWHNEk sec. 21,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E

SESWk sec. 20,
T. 6 S., R, 22 E

NEWSEk sec. 20,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E

SWSEk sec. 26,
T. 6 S., R. 21 Z

SEUkk sec. 21,
T. 6 S., R. 21

SEj1W sec. 23,
T. 6 S., R. 20

NENEL sec, 20,
T. 6 S., R. 22

NWkNWk sec. 13,
T. 6 S., R. 21

SWkNW;8 sec. 13,
T. 6 S., R. 21


Owner












Bradford County


James Leech


II. Stearns


Marvin Noegel


Austin Smith


Inman Green


B, Starling


Clifford
E. Browning

Mirler Kelly
E.

Mrs. E. L. Cox
E.

A. C. Ellis
E.

-----......do -------
E.


............... 17


V. Griffis 86


Libby and 350
Frecean

J. Leech 80


H. Stearns 76


J. Magaryi 85


.-.--...... 20


.....-... 60


B. J. Starling 17


J. Kagaryi 51


Turnipseed 42


..- ..-------- 75


A. Magaryi 31


Roy Jordan 40


I I I


I ._ q __ ~


Remarks


66


65


70





44















36


35


SI I


1.05 I 150 T


'5.5


II


I


I


I


2.2


.0





.0


.0


.0


.0


.0


.0





.0


.0


1.05


142 T

















""""""
----------
..........


..........


..........


..........




..........


..........









150 T


13.67


1R R





16 R


15 R


32 R


5 R


34 R


.7 R





10 R


30 R


9.46


6.66


level




01




11-12-57















8- -58


1958


1952












1- -48


12-16-59


12-16-59


0
74

U






76






C4la MHaturln point W Vtlr asly



nuabVr L oation OwPr prillr Us* ea4rk
Sf l 1 "" "' 4i j j



9591210-1 iWSWk es, 14, e1 o Ltchardson J. KM4aryt 69 64 2 SA L 0.0 .......... 4 I 58 *- o, Ir
T. 6 .., I. 21 I.

958-210-2 NWkSk se. 14, WV C, Conner V. C. Conner 20 ***** V L .0 .......... 4 1 ........ Ir,
T. 6 1., A, 21 1. 8

950.213-1 NIUtk sec. 18, Florlda Forest J. Wllhott 200 140 4 1 I. .0 154 T 9.04 10-28-58 *... 0, Ir
T, 6 8., 1. 21 1. Service

958-23-2 ISLWk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. CGololgcal 18 15 1k W TC 2.0 .......... 4.48 4- 2-59 70 0
T. 6 S., I. 21 I. Survey Survey

958-215-1 k sec. 12, Mrs. Hurtle ...-............ 50 k W L .0 .......... 15 ........ .... D, Ir
T. 6 S., 1. 20 t. Cruse

958-217-1 NtSlklk 15, M. Wggns IPenrod Drilling 3,167 3,167 16 --- -- ............. ................ .... 0 C D I,
T. 6 8., R. 20 X. Co.

959-203-1 WHkVk sec. 12, Mark L. Starling H. L. Starling 115 85 2 SA L .0 .......... 28 I 1954 --- D, r,
6 S., R. 22 E. S

959-205-1 S5~05 sec. 10, A. Toth .....-......... 55 k W TC .4 -.-- .-- 13.5 1- 6-60 -- D, Ir,
T. 6 S., R. 22 1. S

959-206-1 SWk8Wk sc. 4, 0. L. rown 0. L. Brown 58 50 1 W L .0 -------- 9 R ..-----.--. D-,
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.

959-207-1 SkSWN sec. 8, Lonmie Crawford, ------------- 65 --- 2 SA L .0 --- ----- 10 ..-----. --- II
T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Jr.

959-209-1 SEkSlk sec. 12, J. W. Brownlee --------------- ----- 4 SA L .0 --------- 12 R --...--. -- D, ,
T. 6 W., R. 21 E. 8
959-211-1 NkSWk sec. 10, W. C. Ward W. C. Ward 25 -- 1 W L .0 ------ 6 R --.......----- D,
T. 6 S., R. 21 E. S

959-211-2 SWkSEk sec. 3, R, D. Reddish R. D. Reddish 26- 2 W L .0 ------- 4 R .---- -- D, I,
T. 6 S., R. 21 E. Z

959-215-1 lkSEt sec. 12, Fronie Moody ---...----.. ---- BO--- 1 SA L .0 --------- 10 R -.----. ---- Zr
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.










C. sng Measuring point Water level



Well o 1
number Location Ouner Driller I Use Re arks
0.0 I A iA 0, a

___I gY ai; O g aLS 1


959-216-1


959-216-2

959-216-3


000-210-1


000-210-2

001-215-1


002-203-1


003-203-1


003-211-1


004-204-1


004-204-2


004-205-1


004-205-2


005-203-1


Mrs. M. H. Moody --------


---- do---- ---........------

Harold Shiver Taylor


U.S. Geological U.S. Soil
Survey Conservation
Service


SEkSEk sec. 2,.
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.

----.......do------

SASWk sec. 2,
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.

SWkNEk sec. 2,
T. 6 S., R. 21 E.

-------do-------

WNEk sec. 36
T. 5 S., R. 20 E.

ME~SEk sec. 24
T. 5 S., R. 22 E.

HEkNSk see. 24,
T. 5 S., R. 22 E.

WkSBk sec. 15,
T. 5 5., R. 21 E.

NESSWH sec. 11,
T. 5. S., R. 22 E.

NEkNEk sec. 11,
T. 5. S., R. 22 E.

NVkWEW sec. 10,
T. 5. S., R. 22 B.

NWtNEk sec. 10,
T. 5 5., R. 22 E.

NWksk sec. 1,
T. 5 S., R. 22 B.


Albert H. Miller




Stevens Southert
Co.

-------do---


Smith and
Gillespie Co.

....... ......


N. Hamilton


Fred Long


Stokes


130


12

127


30


294

75


725


774


700


102


100


85


104


111


28


247




330


442


275


95


92


71


104


105


SA


W

SA





F

SA


F


F


F


SA


SA


SA


SA


SA


0.0


2.45

.0


2.0


1.0

.0


.0


1.0


1.6


1.5


1.0


1.0


1.0


1.0


132 T


139 A




200 T


195 EL


128.78 EL


165 T


40 R


5.70

4 R


4.28


70.35

12 R


130 R


126.51


62.19


6 R


7 R


4 R


5 R


11.97


12-21-59

1957


4- 6-59


6-17-59

2- -60


4-12-59


6-28-60


5-19-59


1952


1941


1940


1946


2-16-60


73




70


70


D, Ir


N

D, Ir


0


0

D, Ir


Id


Id


P


D


D


D


D


D


CF


CF, E, G




CF


-------do-------

B. B. Johns


E. I. du Pont
and Co.

-----do------


Florida State
Prison

J. S. Eunice


Mrs. Salma
Eunice

R. K. Wheeler


D. A. Criffis


E. Prescott







C44Ln AA N aur l jDLat* WJVcr Level








005.203-2 WANNEA see, 1, Deverest Grttllis Stokes 129 2 SA TC 1.0 185 T 40.64 23-L6-60 -.-- D
T. 5 S, A. 22 3.

006-203-1 SkJWJlk sece 36, Florida Forest Burnett 189 155 2 SA TC .0 210 T 55 a 1954 .... D


T. 4 5. ,P.. 22 3. Corp.


Clay County

943-202-1 SWUSk sec. 7, U.S. Geological U.S. Sail 20 17 1 V TC 2.0 174 T 7.86 4- 6-59 *.- 0 C
T. 9 S., 5. 23 3, Survey CoIervation
Service
943-202-2 SZkSt sec,. 7, -Ir. do ....... central Florida 159 124 4 F C .- .-- .......... ...----- -- De, CF
T. 9 S., 1. 23 t. VeIl Drillers

943-202-3 do -...... ...... oi .... ..........d 259 204 4 T 2.8 180 A 88.76 5-11-60 --- 0 Cl, ,
89.36 6-27- 0

944-159-1 SWkSzk ec. 33, ---.. dol l U.S. Soil 30 28 1k V TC 1.6 118 T 19.98 4- 6-59 --- 0 C
I. 8 5., I. 23 E. Conservation 19.79 6-26-59
Service
943-159-2 akstk sec. 34. George Clem-ens Ernet KcGoLlL 165 90 4 F TC .0 110 T 15 R 5- -9 ------ Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

944-159-3 ---- do- -- .--- do----- ---- -do-- --- 134 103 2 7 .- ....... 110 T ........ ---- -- .......,

944-159-4 SWks sec. 34, W. B. Stanley V. B. Stanley 115 90 2 RA TC 1.0 ...... 35 R 6- -57 ---- D
T. 8 S., 1. 23 E.

944-159-5 rkSlt sec. 3, J. A. G oodoan Sat Jordan 97 ... 2 SA TC .0 --..... 30 1 3- -55 ----
T. 9 S., R. 23 E.
944-159-3 -----do---- ----do------ --.--do.---- 134 103 2 F ---- ---*-- 110 T -----I ------- ---- Ir






945-200-1 STlkWc sec. 33, E. D. Hayner D. Eubanks 95 85 2 SA TC .0 130.84 EL 28.73 8-26-59 --. S
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.









Casing Measuring point Water level


Well Use Remarks
number Location Owner Driller w w a 1 V gw R r
5s, i J a |.= O|?kI S I


945-200-2 SEkNWk sec. 33, Bisbee R. Mathews 98 86 2 SA TC 0.0 .----- 27 R 5- -59 *-. D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

945-201-1 NkSWk sec. 32, U.S. Geological Central Florida 145 116 4 F L .0 ------- 33.89 2- 2-60 73 --- D, CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drillers

945-201-2 --- do------- -------do-------------do------ 186 161 F L .0 126 A 32.04 3-24-60 ---- 0 CF

945-201-3 fkSEk sea. 32, T. W. Shaker ...-----------. 85 2 SA TCo .5 --..----- 12.54 8-25-59 ----
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

945-202-1 NKNWk sec. 31, Ralph C. H. L. Ovnbey 147 102 2 F L .0 ---------- 37 R 4-23-58 D, I
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Ridenour

945-202-2 SWHNWh sec. 31, Cus Alderman E. HcGollie 158 ---- 2 F L .0 ------- 56 R 7- -59 ---- r,
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.

945-202-3 SZkWk sea. 31, ------do------ Sam Jordan 90--- 2 SA C .2 --------- 35.43 8- 6-59 N-- H
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

945-202-4 HWiNk sec. 31, Werner E. McGollie 70 -- 2 SA L .0 -------- 15 R 1951 ---- D,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

946-156-1 N SBc sea. 24, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 29 27 lt V TC 1.0 94 T 8.83 4- 6-59 -- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation
Service
946-159-1 HIWkNE sec. 27, ---.. do------- --------do-..-- 45 42 1h W TC 2.3 128 30.29 4- 6-59 -- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

946-159-2 SWkSWk sec. 22, E. Clisson D. Eubanks 130 105 2 A ---- ------- 120 T ..------- .- "" ""- D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

946-159-3 SBkSSE sec. 21, R. H. Allen Sam Jordan 137 89 2 SA TC 1.0 115 T 22.00 9-16-59 --. D
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.

946-159-4 WkNf k sec. 27, U.S. Geological Central Florida 249 193 4 F L .0 130 4054 3-22-60 ---- 0 CF, G
T. 8 S., R. 23 B. Survey Well Drillers 41.27 4-22-60

946-200-1 SWkNWk sec. 28, Dykes .......----. .. 20 20 1 W TC .5 --.----. 6.84 10-26-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.







C. na H taas il i point Water Level





sg I. i
WUt I 1 .5 i U I A S -





946.200-2 SkAWW sec, 28 L. CGelr ............ 23 2 3 1 W TC 1,2 .......... 9,00 10.26.59 ... N
1. 8 6,, 3, 23 E.

946-200-3 *....... do- .. W. Cox McGollLo 121 55 2 SA L .0 .......... 33 10-. *3 o* D, Ir

9462004 -..-.....do...--. C, W. Gibbs ... do....... 18 30 4 V TC .95 .......... 13,47 10.26-59 ....-

946-200-5 NKatkV sec. 29, Seth Kennedy ................ 92- 2 SA TC .6 .......... 16.11 10-29.59 .... N
T, 8 S8, I, 23 3.

946.202-L SWIkWk sc, 30, U,S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 1k W TC 5,0 106.88 EL 6.68 6-26-58 72.5 0 C7
7. 8 S., 3. 23 3. Survey Coneervation

946-202-2 IukHiWk sc, 30, -...-- do-.... .......-- do....... 50 50 1k W C 2,0 117.31 EL 20.70 6-18-58 *... 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

946.202-3 NEkSWi sec. 19, ---.... do--- .. -.....do------- 50 50 1k W TC 3.0 135.77 EL 29.97 6-25-58 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 8.

946-202-4 NMkNEk sec. 30, Keystonm VWter Ace Drilling 492 189 8 F 7C 1.0 150 T 62.27 12-15-59 ---- F CF, E
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Works Co.

947-156-1 stkKNk sac. 18, Mrs. Mary Sith A. Rhoden 113 ---- 2 SA ---- ------- 95 T ---......---- ..... -. D
T. 8 S., 3, 24 E.

947-200-1 ESk. sec. 17, H, A.Dl ...------....---- 31 -... 1k TC .4 125 T 14.53 10-20-59 --- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-200-2 ------ do------ Corbett .---......... 20 ---- 1k W TC 1.1 115 T 4.89 10-20-59 -1 N

947-200-3 -------do------ U.S. Geological 8. W. Layman 134 91 2 SA TC 2.1 ....----.- 48.72 2-18-60' ---- 0 CF
Survey Well Drilling

947-201-1 5Vs k sec. 19, Keyston Water Gray Well and 332 184 8 F ---- ------- 139.9 EL -------- -------- 73.8 P CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Works Pump Co.

947-201-2 ----. do ------ ------do------. Duval Drilling 450 147 8 F ---- ------- ---------- ------- ---. .---- --
Co.











a-.
CS I SI during po n a e S level,

nuroer Location Ovner Driller o Us a k

0 "
,_____ t g _. a .
947-201-3 NEWk sec. 19, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 62 40 I W TC 0.0 119.63 EL 18.5 6-17-58 ..-- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation
service
947-201-4 SWIEZ sec. 17, ------do----- Albert H. Miller 307 167 4 F TC 2.7 153.28 EL 66.32 9-11-59 ---- CF, E, G.
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-5 WrlHW sec. 20. Simerel B. McGollie 105 65 2 SA TC .6 138 T 37 R 1- -56 *--- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-6 ----..do----- R. H. Jackson H. L. Ovnbey 217 174 2 F L .0 138 T 61 R 7-31-59 ---- D, Ir

947-201-7 SEkSgk sec. 18, Frank Hooney ...-----------. 21 ---- 1 W TC .9 125 T .46 10-19-59 ..-- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-8 SEtSWk sec. 17, Roy W. Tyre H. L. Ownbey 119 ---- 2 SA L .0 152 T 47 R 8-15-52 D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-9 SWkSEk sec. 17, E. L. Southvell ---------------- 22 --- 1 W TT 1.2 125 T 12.94 10-19-59 --
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-10 SEkSEk sec. 17, F. H. Gaige Sam Jordan 118 --- 2 SA TCo .7 160 T 54.3 10-19-59 *--- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-11 ------do------- C. E. Moody ------do------- 190 ---.. 2 L .0 125 T 46 R 1952 ..-- D

947-201-12 W6kSZk sec, 17 W. P. Wilson Wright 87 84 2 SA TC .3 125 T 21.65 10-20-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-201-13 -------do ---- -------do------- H. L. Ovnbey 159 .... 2 SA L .0 130 T 57 R 1956 .... D

947-201-14 NWkSWk sec. 17, U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 112 83 2 SA TC 1.8 140.43 EL 27.60 2-26-60 70.5 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling

947-201-15 --- --- do --- -------do------- -------do------- 43 40 2 V TC 1.7 140.33 EL 26.23 2-26-60 ---- 0

947-201-16 NWkHW see. 20, ....... ------do-------- do--- -- 144 61 2 SA TC 2.4 147.41 BL 48.10 3-31-60 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.

947-201-17 .-----do------ ------ do------ -------do------- 43 40 2 V TC 2.15 147.16 EL 36.07 3-31-60 --- 0












Miunumber acs&ou ner Dilr US RemarksL
V.s i ,I |.



tJ I., I
______ _____ _____ I

947-201-18 NISW% sec, 17, U,S, Geological J. J. Hare 147 80 6 SA TC 1.95 -- ....... 27.22 4-12-60 ---- 0 CF
T, 8 1,, A. 23 E, Iurvey

947.202-1 IsMl k sec. 18, S. E. Thompson H. L. Ownbey 271 262 2 F L .0 122 T 67 R 7-31-59 75 D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 i.

947-202-2 SuSW c sec. 18, G, L. Purdy ...............-------- 36 8 TC 3.3 ...--- 23.92 10-16-59 .-- N
T. 8 S., I. 23 I.

947-202-3 ....... do ....... do...................... 21 -- 2 W TC .45 --....-- ........-- .......-- .... N

947-202-5 NSWk sec. 18, Mrs. V. G. D. Eubanks 120 -- 2 SA ..- .-- 125 T .---. --........ .... D
T. 8 S., I. 23 I, Carpenter

947-202-6 .-.....do- ..... ------do--- ---......... -- ---- ... W -..- -- .....-- 125 T ...---- ....----.. -- N

947-202-8 ..--. do--. S, Thompson --------------- 23 150 2 W TC .4 128 T 13.82 10-19-59 .... N

947-202-9 SLWIk sec. 18, Dewey Cannon --.....--. --. --- -- TC 1.55 128 T .......-- ...--.... Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-202-10 S sec. 18, Turner ............... 150 --- 2 SA ..--....---..... -- ......--- ..- .--.---...... r
T. 8 S., R. 23 Z.

947-202-11 SEfkSk see. 18, U.S. Geological W. Layan 180 78 2 IA TC 2.2 149 EL 36.04 3-22-60 ---- 0 C
T. 8 S., 3. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling

947-202-12 -.--. ------do -------do -- ----do------ 40 40 2 W TC 2.1 148.97 EL 26.86 3-22-60 ---- 0

947-202-13 S7Slk sec. 18, ..-----do----- -----do------- 449 440 2 7 TC .0 123.32 EL 30.19 4-28-60 ..-- 0 C
T. 8 S., R. 23 8.

947-202-14 ------do- --... ------.do--- --- ------- do------ 46 43 2 W TC .0 123.37 EL 9.7 3-10-60 70.5 0

947-202-15 EWMstk *ec. 19, ----.... do.--..--- -------do------ 93 64 2 SA TC 2.2 127.16 EL 32.72 3-15-60 71.5 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

947-202-16 -----do------- ------ do------ -------do------- 29 26 2 V TC 2.0 127.02 EL 13.03 3-15-60 71.5 0


--,- I F I -


-


Masmurin.i anine


Watar LeveL










Casing usurinC point Water level



0 4
i* n.
-1 5 s e4

uuhet LOcation Ovoer Drlller & 3 Use Itmr -g |g S ^ csl-k
| I I ? e s o I.

_______ ~_____ JAJJ &S8;5 Srijgg a8_-l _
aSe B o: 6 : n-.. U

~~U'I4 *46 50 hi
~ ~ M~ 4A


947-202-17


947-202-18


947-202-19


947-202-20

947-202-21


947-202-22

948-154-1


948-154-2


948-155-1


948-200-1


948-200-2


948-200-3

948-200-4


948-200-5

948-200-6

948-200-7


U.S. Geological B. W. Layman
Survey Well Drilling

------do----- J. J. tare


-------do----- L. mwnbey


1SBkNi ce. 19,
T. 8 S., R. 23.E.

lWWf sec. 19,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

N EkSk sec. 18,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.





------do-------

SWMk rse. 17,
T. 8 S., R. 24 E.

WkSE sec. 9,
T. 8 S., R. 24 8.

NtkSWk sec. 8,
T. 8 8., R. 24 E.

KsZHa sec. 17,
T. 8 8., R. 23 B.

MWHk sec. 16,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
------do---- --

NIhNBk sec. 17,
T. 8 S., R. 23 8.
-------do-------

---.---do.------

-------do-------


-------do-------

U.S. Geological
Survey

-------do.-----..

R. L. Ownbey





-I-----d--------
.......do........
U.S. Soil
Conservation
Service
--------------



...............


B. W. Layman
Well Drilling

-------do-------

-------do----

J. J. Hare


25


47







76


46

68

83


131.35 EL


127.4 EL


145.27 EL


144.91 EL

..........


100 T


112.69 BL


132.07 EL


107.71 EL


108.38 EL

136.09 SL


136.13 EL

136.23 BL


34.85


37.93


40.09


20.14

10.75
10.62

1.71

11.77


31 IR


13.78


39.97


13.05


13.32

42.6


38.44

37.83

41.0


3-31-60


5-18-60


5-30-60


5-30-60

7-18-60
7-29-60

7-18-60

6-24-58


1957


6-26-58


4- 6-59


12-11-59


12-11-59

2-24-60


3-22-60

3-22-60

5-18-60


70.6


-------do-------

-------do-------


-------do-------

8. Sibley


M. Crosby


U.S. Geological
Survey

-------do----


Ernest Burch





Survey

------do-------

.......do----- .......
-------do-------
---.--o--


---- 0







Cl a ssasurT pelan Wele leve



number Xoc o Ower Dillr 110 41S04k

iII i 01 Ii | t s? | ? m |


948.201-1 SWMl sir e. vY..C.A. Gray WVll and 395 L51 4 F --....... 32.9 L **--. ...... .... .... C
T. I.,, A. 23 I. ump Co.
948.20I-2 1k alk aec. II, U.I. Geological Albert i "t il ...- ** F **....... 140 ........ ........ ... II O, C
7. 8 S., 3. 23 1. Survey
948-201-3 WkiNk se. 17, Rouard Tucker H. L. Ownbey 98 63 2 SA L 0.0 131 1 37 R 3-19-57 .... D, Ir
T. 8 S, 23 t,
948-201-4 SUIkI sec. 17, HIndia .......do....... 109 84 2 8A L .0 135 T 38 I 8.11.58 D,
I SI, ,1. 23 C.

948-201- ....... do-...... MarTn l .... do-... 91 .- 2 SA L .0 130 T 15 3 7- 9-51 -. D,
948-201-6 M t slec. 8, ald ....... do --- 142 84 2 SA L .0 125 T 46 R I- -56 -- D
7. 8 S., R. 23 I.
948-201-7 StSUVk sec. 8, U.S. Geological B. Layan 122 76 2 F TC 2.2 139.53 I. 52.36 2-18-60 --- 0 C
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Vll Drilling
968-201-8 -----do-- ----- ... do ....-- --....- do ------ 43 40 2 TC 2.3 139.47 26.52 2-18-60 71.5 0
948-201-9 Rk*lk se. 8, -....-- do.----- --.......do--- 149 94 2 SA TC 1.9 163.02 EL 49.12 2-19-60 70.5 0 GC
T. 8 S., R. 23 1.
948-201-10 ----- -o-- --- ... do------ -- ------do--- 53 50 2 TC 2.0 162.64 45.6 2-19-60 70.5 0
948-201-11 uVtck sec. 17, ----.--do---- ... --- do---- 141 61 2 SA TC 2.05 131.24 EL 20.76 3- 2-60 --- 0 C
T. 8 S., 23 E.
948-201-12 ------ do------- ------ do----- ---- do------- 32 29 2 W TC 2.1 131.19 E. 17.81 3- 2-60 70.5 0

948-201-13 'skSVk sec. 8, ----do---- U.S. Geological 1 18 1k TC .0 ---------- 14.43 7-18-60 --- 0
T. 8 S., 1. 23 Z. Survey 14.20 7-29-60
948-202-1 SH~tEk iec. 18, Jmes C. Hall H. L. Ounbey 172 152 2 T L .0 118 T 37 I 9-18-59 --- D, !
T. 8 S.,. 23 E.
948-202-2 ------do---- F. H. Saucer ----.. do---- 172 145 2 P L .0 118 T 33 R 7-31-59 D,
948-202-3 -----do---.. JF. T pkins Partridge Well 105 --- 2 SA ----------- 123 T '---- ---------- ,
Driving Co.












I: S M P S?
C- a asur int w water level

a U 40
nmnber Location ODriller a .9

.0 A IAa


948-202-4


948-202-5

948-202-6


948-202-7

968-202-8

949-157-1


969-157-2

949-157-3

949-157-4


949-157-5


949-157-6

949-158-1


949-158-2


949-158-3


949-158-4


949-159-1


MEkWk see. 18,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

------do-------

mWkt sec. 18,
T. 8 8., R. 23 E.

-----do-------

----- do-------

NkWk seec. 12,
T. 8 S., R. 23 1.

.......do---..-

-------do------

SWtSBk sec. 1,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

-----do-------


----... do------

SBkWk eac. 2,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

SWktNB sec. 2,
T. 8 8., R. 23 E.

SWkNWk sec. 2,
T. 8 S., R. 23 8.

SqkSk sEec. 3,
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.

SkSwk sec,. 3,
T. 8 S., R. 23 8.


U.S. Geological
Survey

--.----do-------

-------do-------


----....... do .......

...----do...---.

W L. Ivey


Ollie Holland

Karl Zink

Plorida Park
Service

------do------


-----....... do---- .......

Water and
Conrad Sand Co.

All Florida Sand
Co.

----.do---..


Stanley Director


B. W. Layesn
Well Drilling

- ------do-------

-...---do----- .


------do-------

J. J. are

E. J. Plenmaon


-.~--d--*d*-*-
-------do------
.-.----do--..-.-

V. C. Kickle


Cray Well and
Pump Co.

C. C. C.

Duval Drilling
Co.

-------do-------


B. McGollie


H. L. Ownbey


U. S. Geological U.S. Soil
Survey Sorvice


155


67

165


43

250

113






181


202


110

650


460


300


78


93


64

80


40

193

82


137

117

115


88







218


---*


70


38


2.3


1.75

1.9


1.8

2.0

.0












.0







.5


.0


1.9


172.86 EL


172.51 EI

146.74 EL


146.63 EL



98 T












137 T




173 T


150 T





167 T


60.07


55.57

48.76


31.63

57.66

17.27












57.55







87.43


21 R


24.36


3-11-60


3-17-60

3-18-60


3-18-60

4-25-60

9-23-58












9- 5-58







7-27-59


6-14-56


4- 6-59


CF, E, G








CP


CF
















CF








Ca tn HeasuriaJ point Water level


pamber oastiom Oner Driler E U Asr
1 O J j3 b J 3 I rka

f i i __ g s

949.159-2 S1WSk lec. 3, Dr. 8. I. H. L. Ovnbey 70 .... 2 SA L 0.0 .......... 19 R 3.25,$? .... Ir
T. I I., 23 5, Slions
949.201-1 SBkW sec, 5, US, Geoloitcal U.,. Soll 22 20 1 W TC 2.5 127.76 EL 5.22 6-26-58 -... 0 C
T. 8 S., R, 23 B. Survey Conaervatlon
Service
949-202-1 1t1Wk sec. 6. U.S. Army Gray Well and 474 198 10 F TPI 2.0 165.02 EL 75.76 5.21-59 .... P Cy
T. 8 S., R. 23 8. ump Co,
950-137-2 NWHJW sec. J2, E. J. Hickey ............. 400 ..... 4 F TT 3.0 20 A +14.4 2-16-60 71 D, S
T. 7 S., R. 27 8.
950-143-1 SkSWk sec. 32, Union leg and ............. 138 ..... 2 8A T .5 112 T 15.32 3-16-56 --.. D
T. 7 1,, 8. 26 I. Paper Co.
950-155-1 S~WN see. 32, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 13 11 I W TC 1.5 151 T 2.74 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T. 7 1S., it. 24 E. Survey C4nearvation
service
950-155-2 SWVSE sec. 32, George H. Lewis Brewer 295 ---. 3 F TC .5 165 T 65 R 1948 -.-. D
T. 7 S., R. 24 2. Valledjuli
950-157-1 W kNtk sec. 36 Florida Park V. C. Hickle 225 137 4 F TC .0 213 T 70.65 9-22-58 .--.. N C
T. 7 S., 1. 23 E. Service
950-157-2 ..-.. do----- .------do ------ Gray Well and 545 100 6 F TCo 1 214.2 EL 129.18 5- 9-60 73.2 F CO
Pump Co.
950-202-1 SWtSl sec. 31, U.S. Army -------do----- 535 243 8 F L .0 180.0 IL 102 R 7- -42 ---- P C
T. 7 S., R. 23 E.
951-137-1 SkVWNk sec. 29, Frank Willimas Louis Ivey 360 80 6 F TT 1.0 11 A +21.1 1-19-59 75 D, 6 C-23
T. 7 S., R. 27. .
951-137-2 W~St sre. 29, W. C. College J. Frazier 329 50 4 F -- ----. 11 T ...---- -------. 75.8 D. S C-24
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.
951-137-3 NWNkI sec. 32, C. J. Hicks ---- ------ --- ... ---.. 4 F(? 3.5 21 A +17.7 2-16-60 72 D, 8
T. 7 8., R. 27 E.
951-154-1 WkMNBk sec. 28, George --------------- 277 88 6 F TC .0 135 T 34.88 5-21-59 --- N
T. 7 8., R. 24 E. Valledjuli










Casing easurin point Water level

ell
number Location Owner Driller s Remark

12 5a S a4 S s I.
i.__ s s& iii jA l g ___
951-156-1 SWkNW sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 25 I1 W TC 2.3 211 T 6.17 4- 6-59 --- 0 C
T. 7 S., R. 24 E. Survey Conservation
Service
951-156-2 -----.do----- George M. D. ubanks 204 165 2 F TC .0 210 T 19.75 5-25-59 ---- S
Valledjuli
951-201-1 SWtSEk sec. 29, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 It W TC 2.8 136.77 EL 5.69 6-22-58 67.5 0
T. 7 S., R. 23 B. Survey Conservation
Service
952-137-1 NWkk sec. 20, Les Binns ..-------. 500 150 4 F TT 2.0 11 A +27.2 2- 5-60 --- D
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.

952-137-2 SWH8SE sec. 20, F. Williams R. L. Williams 330 180 2 F TB .0 3 A +34.8 2-16-60 76 D
T. 7 8., R. 27 E.

952-137-3 --.... do------ -------do----- Brewer 62 -- 2 SA TE 1.0 3 A +2.6 2-16-60 71 H

952-139-1 SBt sec. 23, Mrs. Mae Lytle --------------- 20 -- 2 F L .0 ------ 22 R 1952 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 26 E.

952-147-1 NHkSEk sec. 22, William Moody R. Driggers 134 80 2 SA TPB 1.00---------- 7.41 8-60 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 26 S.

952-147-2 S1SWSW sec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 319 290 4 F TC 2.55 99 T 16.80 4-28-60 -- 0 CF, E, G
T. 7 S., R. 25 E. Survey Well Drillers
952-147-3 WkHSWk sec. 22, M. A. Moody J. W. Moody 161 151 2 SA TI 2 97 T 8.55 2-10-58 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.

952-148-1 SEFSWk sec. 21, B. L. Moody E. Mccollie 246 42 2 SA L .0 ------- 21 R 8- -59 ----
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.
952-155-1 HETiSk sec. 20, George M. -- -.do------- 39-- 2 TC 1.0 160 T 7.27 9-17-59 --- S
T. 7 S., R. 24 E. Valledjuli
952-201-1 SBNEE sac. 19, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 1k W TC 2.8 181.33 EL 3.78 6-22-58 71.5 0 CF
T. 7 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation
Service
953-137-1 WtNWk sec. 17, Gertrude Herbert R. L. Williams 245 100 2 F TC 1.0 4 A +24.0 2 5-60 69 D
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.








.esn a NeMeasurLa; poath Waer evs.I


Wnel jai r U I ek
number Loc4tton Ovr.r Oller 0g fi li i sI R

fi r l --l I i I J? I
___ _____ _____ b __ ,q Ij/ ZR


953.138.1 11r4 seeg, 7, P. L, WUllLsuon .o Brewer 494 274 4 TCr O,5 11 A +26,2 2- 5-60 73 0, II

953-140-1 NlWSB sse. 14, Albert Johnson Albert Johnson 60 1*** 1t W L .0 .......... 15 L. -.59 ....-
,T. 7 S., 26 9.
953.153-1 SWtfkl sec. 15, 0, J. Murrhr -- -.......... 232 .*... 6 1 TC .6 98 A 16.63 8- 4.59 .... D. Ir
T. 7 S., R. 24 E.
953.154-1 MNtB1k see, 9, U.S. Geological U.S, soil 13 11 1% W TC 1.8 95 T 3.88 4. 6.59 0--.-
T. 7 S., R. 24 1, Survey ncrrvation
954.138-1 WNUTiN sec. 7, Mrs. Gena Taylor D. C. Harden- -- ..... () T 1.8 12 T +28.2 2- 5-60 -....
T. 7 S., 1. 27 E. brook
954-138-2 StVSUkW se. 6, Leroy Idenfiold -.- d...-o...- ....- .-- 3 F() TCo .0 16 A +25.5 2- 8-60 73.5 D, s
T, 7 8., R. 27 E.
954-138-3 -----do--.--- W. Hakins Pique 366 --- 3 F T 1.6 16 A +23.5 2-15-60 73.5 D, Ir
954-140-1 SlSWk ec. 2, JLauy Caopton Jliay Compton 35 It V L .0 ....... 15 R 12- -5 -- D, Ir
T. 7 8., R. 26 E.
954-153-1 SS1W sec. 3, 0. J. Murrhee ....-- .. -- 60 ----.... .... .. .- ...... .... ---- ...
T. 7 S., R. 24 E,
954-153-2 WtSW sec. 10, ..----o----- Week 185 80 2 SA L .0 95 T 16 R 1953 --.. DI
T. 7 8., R. 24 E.
955-140-1 S B sec. 34, Mrs. 0. L. ------ --........... 137--- 2 A TC 1.07 ------- 18.29 2- 8-60 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 26 E. Clevenger
955-141-1 SBkSIk ec. 34, C. R. Peeples ............. 26 ..-- 10 W L 0 -........---.. 15 R --. ... ,
T. 6 S., R. 26 E.
955-145-1 SBlNk see. 2, Moody ........------------ ...... 238 140 2 A ....--- ---- ....... --..--....... 13 R 1957 ---. D, 8
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.
955-145-2 ------do----- Jay Daniels Duke 200 2--- 2 SA -- ...- .----... -- ............ .... D


..











OCasng -Wa...n~tnt -- --Water level

wal .4 I- SO
tog g | 7 s a
nuber locatIon Oner Driller A is a ^
Wil S" -. ~. tj' '2. 'c : .'3" .y "C 'a Use Remrk
C~~~~~~t 'S *S S S* B^ a >,s 5 c a
& 2 ^ a B BO M ~ 4 ^
_____ _____ _____ f5 g 3


955-146-1



955-153-1


956-139-1


956-158-1


956-158-2


956-159-1


956-159-2


956-159-3


957-138-1


957-141-1

957-144-1


957-157-1


957-158-1


INEkt ec. 2,
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.


SWkSWt sec. 34,
T. 6 S., R. 24 B.

Land grant, sec. 38;
T. 6 S., R. 26 E.

SSSSk se., 26,
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.

NkWh sec. 35,
T. 6 S., R. 23 B.

WhSWk sec. 27,
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.

SSWtk sec. 34,
T. 6 S., R. 23 1.

SB kSk sac. 27,
T. 6 8., R. 23 E.

Land grant, sec.38,
T. 6 8., R. 26 E.

----.-do-----

SLNWk sea. 30,
T. 6 8., R. 26 E.

SWkNWk se. 24,
T. 6 S., R. 23 B.

SEkSAk sec. 23,
T. 6 S., R. 23 B.


Janie Craven



U.S. Geological
Survey

Mrs. L. M.
Hankins

U.S. Army

------do------


-------do------


-------do---- -

------do------


John Hall


David E, Lee

Arthur Knowles


U.S. Army

-------do-----.


957-158-2 .---....do --- .----..do-- ....--....do-----


240 ----


Duke



U.S. Soil
onervatloni

L. T. Ivey




Gray Well and
Pump Co.

Stevens Southern
Co.

-------do-------


-----.-do-------


Partridge Well
Drilling Co.



J. W. Moody


gray Well and
Pump Co.
.------do-----.-


15


200


117


358


312


292


316





400




377


125


372


92 T


24 A


153.42 EL


162.37 EL


228.87 EL


188.22 EL


162.37 EL









151.42 EL


-..--.. 15 R


3.44


+18.9


77.08


83 R


151 R


117 R


84.5 R


+17.1


1.5

8 R


78.0 R


18


389


117


580


718


695


581


222


403

140


680


290


766


4- 6-59


1-12-59


10-20-58


5- -41


5- -41


5- -41


5- -41


11-20-58




1954


5- -41


73.5
















73.6


--- ID S.


CF


C-21





CF




CP


CF











CF

CF


190.22 EL .--- -


161.0 EL ---








Calhlli MHmmfinur pul1 ti lLve)

we"1 s 1g i E

nwabr Lucntn owrr ter so A 2rll/




957-200-1 NWkfWk sgc, t1, Roy Ward J. Wllholt 309 209 5 SA L 0,0 303 T 48.95 7- 8-58 **** D
T. 6 S. R, 23 E.

957-200-2 .......d-***o.. .......do"-". -*..**..do-....-. 100 *-*** 4 W **** ....... 203 T .....--. *---,.. .... N

'57.200-3 .......do ...... US. Geological U.S. Geological 12 10 1k W TC 1,0 203 T 7.29 7 8.58 *... 0
Survey Survey

957-202-1 WB see.C 19, .......do-.. .. U.S. Soil Conser 20 18 lh W TC 1,9 221 T 3.22 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T, 6 S., R. 23 X. vation BService

958-137-1 Land grant, ise,47, H. R. Wisgand D. Hardenbrook 400 -**-* 3 F Tr 1,0 4 A +21,2 2-10-60 72 D
T, 6 8., R.27 X.

958.138-1 Land grant, sec.38, U.S. Navy Duval Drilling 600 301 12 F L .0 10 T +12.6 R 3- -55 ---- Ir CF
T. 6 8., R. 26 E. Co.

958-138-2 Land grant, se, 30, J. P. Hall D. Hardenbrook 475 *".-* 3 F TPa 1.3 3 A +20,9 2-10-60 73 D, Ir
T. 6 S., R. 27 E.

958.139-1 Land grant, sec.38, U.S. Navy Stevens Southern 650 276 8 F TV 1.0 13.14 EL +16.2 1- 5-59 77 P CP, Clay-7
T. 6 8., R. 26 E. Co.

958-139-2 ..--...do ....... ......do --.... Layne-Atlantic 650 282 8 F TT 3.5 ..----........+200 9- 3-46 .--. P C-22, Clay-22
Co.

958-140-1 ---.... do--- .. Hrs. Emilyn Crovles ---- ------ --- (l) TT 2 16 A +13.6 2- 9-60 .--- D
Arranta

958-144-1 NhNWk ec. 18, C. M. GrayWell and 420 220 8 F TC 1.2 92 T 20.2 6- 6-34 ---- N C-20
T. 6 S., R. 26 E. Burkhalter, Jr. Pump Co.

958-145-1 NEkNEr sec. 14, James Craig 181 147 2 SA ---- ------- 82 T ---- ....--.......---- D
T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Wilkinson

958-148-1 SW Wk sec. 16, Foremost ..-----------... 118 --- 6 SA L .0 --------- 18 R 1954 71.5 P
T. 6 8., R. 25 E. Properties

958-148-2 -......do------ -------do------- Gray Wall and 550 260 8 F L .0 82.86 EL 14 R ----.--.----. N OF
Pump Co.












Casing Measurin! r point Water Lavel


wii ii- 19 g |2 "I UIs Re s
number Location ownar Driller Ue I i3 g r
,1 II A .1 t '.1 A U r
Sli *" o h *-' qao,

___________________& U t jhv *1i.n A ait _


958-148-3


958-149-1


958-151-1


958-151-2


958-154-1


958-155-1


958-155-2


958-157-1


958-158-1

958-158-2

958-158-3


958-159-1

958-159-2


958-200-1


SSNWk sec. 16,
T, 6 8., R. 25 E.
NHISWk sec. 17,
T. 6 8., R. 25 8.

SWkNWN see. 13,
T. 6 8., R. 24 8.
-....-do--- .


SWkNZk sec. 16,
T. 6 s., R, 24 B.

WMWk soc, 17,
T. 6 S., R. 24 E.
.......do---.....


WOWk see. 13,
T. 6 8.,, R. 23 E.

SBkWWk sec, 14,
T. 6 S., R. 23 S.

kSWk88t ec, 14,
T. 6 8., R. 23 E.

HNAWk sec, 14,
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.

NWhNHS sac. 15,
T. 6 8., R, 23 E.

WkNk see. 15,
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.

NW kSW sec. 16,
T. 6 8., R. 23 B.


Stevens Southern
Co,




Ivey


U.S.Soil Conser-
vation Service



Gray and Stevens


U.S. Soil Conser-
vation Service

Stevens Southern
Co.

Gray Well and
Pump Co.

Stevens Southern
Co.



Gray Well and
Pump Co.
partridge Well
tilling Co.

Wallace


Memorial Home
Community

Foremost Proper-
ties

St. Mary's
Craft Corp.

U.S. Geological
survey

U.S. Army


Florida Forest
Service

U.S. Geological
Survey

U.S. Army

----.--do----


---.... do---.....


---.......do.---....


------do-------


Strickland's
Beach

L. S. Josey


22




420


13


342


380


376


345




100


90


0.0

-7.54


.5


.8


.1


1.5


2.00


97.15 BL


94 T


85 A


97 T


90 T


160 T


143 T


149.05 EL


166.61 EL


160.22 EL


153.20 EL


192 T


190 T


12.5 R


13.55


11.13


5.07


10.2


75.2


4.66


74 R


91.0 R


85.0 R


79.70


117 R

50 R


30 R


1950


11-13-58


11-20-58


4- 6-59


6- 6-34


11- 4-34


4- 6-59


5-10-41


5- -41


5- -41


10-20-58

5- -41


1955


1955


310


22


400


680


15


685


661


719


718

524


275


115







Coba&a M< uwt I ilo & pwaal W o v1 L


we& 1 0 w I^ 1 1? i fi
BM"*Vr loctio Driller I 'c 1 1 1 Us Ra rks


we" ip j r i A !ii iArt I
_______ _____ ,_ ____ r tBw ^1_g6n R 1^ I J it f fi^ ___


958-200-2


959-140-l


959,141-1


959-141-2

959-141-3


959-142-1


959-142-2


959-147-1


959-149-1


959-200-1


000-141-1


000-141-2


000-148-1


000-148-2


WIMt ecs, 16,
T, 6 S,, I, 23 1,

MfWWk aec, 11,
T, 6 $,, A. 26 e,

.ad grsn, sec. 38,
T, 6 8., 1. 26 S,

S......do.......

..... do*...


81EWk see. 9,
T. 6 S., .L 26 I.

kWLk age. 9,
T. 6 s., 26 E.

WklBk sec. 10,
T. 6 8., R. 25 1.

SukWwk sec. 8,
T. 6 s., 1. 25 E.

Wlwi see. 9,
T. 6 S.,. 23 L.

WSlkk sec. 34,
T. 5 S., .. 26 E.

Land grnat, se. 38
T. 6 8., 1, 26 1.

)IISak sec. 4,
T. 6 S., R., 25 E.

Szwkf see, 4,
T. 6 S., R. 25 S.


F, W. Strickland


Clay County
School Board

City of Grena
Cove Springs
..*... do.....-.

.......do* .. .


T. J. Ben


L. C. Dean


Shadoulavn
Dairy
------.......do .......


0.8. Geological
Survey

L. J. Ivey


KariLa Motel


Shadowlvan
Dairy


N, B, Ivey




L. Ivey

Duvl DrillMin
Co.

T. J. Bsn


T. BeLifl


Cray Vell and
Pump Co.

Thoapson


U.S. Soil Conber
ration ServLe

Partridge Vell
Drilling Co.

D. C. Harden-
brook

umble O0i Co.


------do----- ------------ ----


53


600


715


850O

605


18


47


68


500


15


365


431


5,862


150




400

420










250


18


300


84


2,921


18,4 EL




23 T

60T


0,0


2.5

.0


.5

,0




.0


.5


7.4


1.8


1.27


1.8




.0


Sit


+13,2

10 I


+1.5

10 t


15 3


32,66


9.0


2.59


+30.7


+13.25




26 R


3- -59


6-17.60


1960


5* 7-34

4. .53


11-13-58


6- 5-34


4- 6-59


1-25-60


6- 8-60




1948


p

0
r


r












I


o


0
U, Zr







D, Ir


O




D

02


8


C-13, Clay-*




C-14












C-18


CF







CF, Ds, a


103 T


96 T


222 T


11 A


10 A


105.1 EL