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Title: Water-resources records of Hillsborough County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 44 )
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1964
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Statement of Responsibility: by C. G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall.
General Note: "Prepared by the Unites States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Hillsborough County, and the City of Tampa, Florida."
General Note: This report contains the data on which the authors' report "Water resources of Hillsborough County, Florida," published by the Florida Geological survey as Report of investigations no. 25, was based.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon,Director



INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 44




WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS

OF

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA

By

C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall
U.S. Geological Survey




Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY,
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
and the
CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA


TALLAHASSEE
1964








xJo. 44

AGRI-
CULTURAL
LIBRARY


































Ccnpleted manuscript received
October 4, 1963
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey







CONTENTS


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





ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure
1 Location of Hillsborough County, Florida . . . 2
2 Location of surface-water data collection sites . . 3
3 Explanation of well and spring-numbering system ... . 4
4 Location of inventoried wells . . ..... Facing page 4


Table.
1 Lake stage records ............................ 5
2 Information on selected springs in Hillsborough County . 6
3 Chemical analyses of spring water ..... . . ... 8
4 Measured flow of selected springs . . . . ... 10
5 Streamflow records ............................. 13
6 Chemical analyses of stream water . . . ... 14
7 Temperature of stream water . . . ..... 20
8 Monthly mean discharge of streams . . . ... 23
9 Measured flow of Cypress- Creek near Sulphur Springs ...... 30
10 Records of wells .............................. 31
11 Chemical analyses of ground water . . . ..... 80
12 Chloride in ground water ................ ....... .. 85
13 Summary of monthly evaporation in Hillsborough County ..... 95

















WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS
OF

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA


By

C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall



INTRODUCTION

A study of the water resources of Hillsborough County was made during
the period 1956-58 by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Geological Survey, Hillsborough County, and the city of Tampa. Hillsborough
County is in the western part of peninsular Florida about midway down the
west coast (fig. 1). The results of the study were published by the Florida
Geological Survey as Report of Investigations No. 25, entitled "Water Resources
of Hillsborough County, Florida," by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S.
Wetterhall.

This report contains the data on which Report of Investigations No. 25
was based, and it is published to make the data available for other uses. It
contains records of streamflow, stream and lake stages, location, depth, and
diameter of casing, and other data for selected wells, measurements of ground-
water levels, chemical analyses, and temperature of water. Location of stream-
data collection sites are shown on figure 2. The well-numbering system is
shown in figure 3, and the locations of inventoried wells are shown in figure 4.

Many wells in the Ruskin area, in the southwestern part of the county, were
inventoried by H. Peek. Information for about 600 wells, including selected
wells noted in this report, was reported by Peek in Florida Geological Survey
Information Circular No. 22.
















































Figure 1. Location of Hillsborough County, F lorida.







2































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BAY


A
B


HILLSBOROUGH COU
FLORIDA








Figure 2. Location of surface-water data collection sites.


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4


4


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Well 827-131-3 a the third well
md n ri 1-mmnule quadngle norm
aof k z8*2 poaral of al, ud and Wa
I ter 81*31' median of Iongituih
Springs are numbered in the
same manner with alpha--
betical designation of the
order in which they were
inventoried.


Figure 3. Explanation of well and spring-numbering systems.







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4-1Z Z2 28C
2810' 34 132 H IHILLSBORO JGH C O U NT T
3. 1 1.1.

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2 1 .1 1 1. .3 1 .1


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RIVERVIEW i,
T L. ILLSBOROUGH- R


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m 7A N A T
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28*02 56

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0 INSET B
a1 82"26'
1 .113 3,5
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9 2I36' 5 82034
INSET "V"



82'26'






0 INSET "
S 0 I ml res









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27/--~--


Scale for insets



EXPLANATION
.1
Well and well number

31
S










T
32
S


Base compiled from U.S. Geological
Survey topographic quadrangles.


Well inventory by W S Wetterholl


Figure 4. Location of inventoried wells.





Table 1. Lake Stage Recorde
Ident. surface area 0age ctremes
no Area Eevation* datum Maximum elevation Minimum elevation
Lake name fig. 2 (se mi) (ft mal) Location of gage (ft mal) Period of record (ft msl) (ft mat)
Bay Lake 1 0.06 45 Lat 28'o4'10",; 0.00 May 1946 to 46.70 Aug. 23, 1949 43.02 May 31, 1949
long 82030'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Carroll, Lake 2 .29 34 Let 28*03O20", 30.00 May 1946 to 40.08 Sept. 25, 1947 32.35 Mar. 20, 1957
long 82'28'55" Dec. 1958 count. )
Church Lake 3 .u3 53 Lat 28*06'05", 30.78 Sept. 1957 to 37.28 Aug. 17, 1959 33.92 Sept. 4, 1957
long 82'35'55" Sept. 1959, (cont.)
Cooper Lake 4 .13 Lat 280o8'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 62.54 Sept. 24, 1947 58.78 June 11, 1949
long 82'28'o" Aug. 1956
Echo Lake 5 .04 33 Lat 28'06'20", 32.10 Sept. 1957 to (Church and Echo Lakes are connected. Levels
long 82036'15" Nov. 1958 shown for Church Lake are representative levels
at Echo Lake)
Ellen, Lake 6 .08 39 Lat 28003'32", 30.00 May 1946 to 41.74 Oct. 1, 2, 195 37.64 May 29, 1949
long 82029.'45" Aug. 1956
Henna Lake 7 .05 Lat 28*08'30", 30.00 June 1946 to 62.90 Aug. 20, 1953 57.72 June 10, 1949
long 8226'50" Oct. 1955
Hobbs, Lake 8 .10 Lot 28'09'50", 30.00 June 1946 to 68.10 Sept. 27, 1953 65.36 May 18, 1956
long 82W28'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Hutchins Lake 9 .03 4at 28*07'40", Arbitrary Apr. 1946 to 3.64 Sepb. 6; 1950 Below 0.9 many times
long 82*29'15" Sept. 1952 (gage-heights, gage not tied into msl)
Keene, Lake 10 .05 Let 28*08'55", 30.00 Sept. 1946 to 63.50 Sept. 18, 1951j1 60.90 June 25, 1955
long 82*26'55" Oct. 1955 Sept. 28, Oct. 2, 10, 1955
Keystone Lake 11 .96 41 Lat 28*08'05", 30.00 Apr. 1946 to 45.20 Aug. 23, 1949 58.51 June 8, 1949
long 82*35'40" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Magdalene, Lake 12 .36 47 Lat 28'04'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 50.74 Aug. 22, 1947 44.48 Mar. 17, 1957
long 8229'10" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Platt, Lake 13 .10 49 Lat 28'05'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 51.38 Sept. 8, 1950 46.92 June 9, 1949
long 82'28'55" Aug. 1956
Stemper, Lake 14 .20 Lat 28008'09", 30.00 May 1946 to 61.96 Sept. 27, 1955 58.68 July 14, 1949
long 82'27'221 Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Tbonotoeasan, Lake 15 1.3 Lat 2804 04", 2.16 Sept. 1956 to 36.52 Aug. 9, 1957 34.85 June 21, 1958
long 8a101'04" Dec. 1958

Elevation of lake for surface area determination












TWbl ,. Inorlailloa an Selected Spring litu |1lllborougb County

1U0 : I, Ldlustril;i U, uouss4i F publle supply H, recratinla


Omeur


Location


County of Millaborough aBwIta sea. 17,
T. 30 S., S. 21 E




County of Killsbrough SW3t4 see. 17,
T. 30 3., R. 21 E


F. L. ACkarly

U. a, phosphorlo
Products Corp.

P. C. MHare, Jr.

City of Tampa

iMs. H. E. Herrington

Mrs. H. E. *erringtoa

Oak Park Drive-in
Theater

City of Tuapa


R. 8. Moore

R. 8. Moore

R. L. Mobley

B. V. BoevlW


River Bend city of Tampa


vt6W ao. 14,
T. s0 8., H. 20 E

T. 30 S.,i 8. 20

S3Wlr*t sea. 92,
T. 29 8., R. 92 Z
S~I seo ,. 35,
T. 29 S., i. 19 .

switsw iso. 13,
T. 29 8., H. 19 E.
SWItSe see. 13,
T. 29 8. R. 19 2.
HWk seal0e, 17,
T. 29 S., R. 19 .

SSI.L see. 23,
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SB)MWt age. 3,
T. 26 S., R. 20 E
SY*HWt aIe. 31,
T. 28 B., R. 20 E

SBHtWt ama. 30,

SONiV sea. 30,
.T. 28 S., R. 20 E

HieWi Dae. 30,
T. 28 S., R. 19 3


Aproslmate
Discharge elevtotlo Cor
(Dest T, C se


751i.13-A Lithlt





751.21).B Little
Lithis


930-58



11-17.58

8-19-58
6-20-58
1946-58


1946
11. 7.56
12.12.56
5- 8857
10: 1:5

1- 7-56
12.12.56
5.96.57
10- 5-57
6.26.58


I


bRmrk


Pprlg aud run 600 flst long are eub4r6d
It flood tage of A wfI River, AddsttIna
r1)pw masuremntse I table 4,



400 feet BE of 751-13-A. Spring ad' run
o00 ftet long are submrgsd at flood at p
of Alltia River, Additional muurw nt
in table 4.


He 835,500
Kin 17,100
Avg 0,000




Mu 6,900
Kin )50
Avg 4,w00

500

as 6,200
Kin 4,500
Avg 5,400

2,000
50

30

20

100

300


2,000

200

.1,000




15


Sprnig
Number | -


6-26.58






6-.1058

6.26.58

6.26.58




g- -22
6-24-28

7-31-58









6-10-58


75S-217-A esser

75)3.8-A uckhorn


Boiling

Cirn
0o
Craft
Mineral
Desboun

Oak

moo-


Eureka

Eureka


755-204-A

755.3a9-A

757-222-A

757-222-B

757o22o-A

757-227-A


800-220-A

800-220-B

800-21-A

800-221-B

800-226-A


I -- ._


I I


I I I I


A oamplex of sis opening.

Water formerly bottled aA sold.




500 feet n of 757-322-A. Spring Is buried,
dioharges via condult.

High color) formerly pulie supply
for Taps.




200 feet SW of 800-220-A.

200 feet H of Six Mile Creek and 100 feet H
of a drainage ditoh.
01.5 mi H of 800-221-A in bottom of Six Hill
Craek.





Table 3. (Continued)

pg arox t chloride
i L PDischarge elevation content
Number Iame Owner Location gpm ate (feet M Use Remarks
L 4_ bo ve mal) I:]


iMr. H. L. Mcolammery MSWSE) sea. 30,
T. 28 S., l. 19


soo-.n6-A


00-227-A


800-227-B

800-234-A

801-226-A

801-226-B

801-227-A


801.227-B


801-227-C

802-226-A



802-227-A

804-218-A

805-219-A

808-205-A


Lowry


North Park

Jackson

10th Street
Sink



Purity


Sulphur


Richardson

Trinity



Blue Sink

**


City of Tampa


E. A. Vaughn

Henry Plouff

Mrs. Cecil Fink

City of Tampa

Purity Springs
Water Co.

City of Tampa


Hedriok Estate

A. J. Hanna



Douglas McMichael

Allen Paul, Jr.

William Fink

W. A. Albritton


MWJSW; sec. 25,
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

NW1W1 sea. 56,
T. 28 S., i. 18 E.

SE* ) sec. 55,
T. 28 s., n,. 17 E,.
SW*SW* sec. 19,
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

Nhswit sea. 30,
T. 28 8., R. 19 E.

NHrnWE? sec. 25,
T. 28 S., R. 3 2.

SWNE"t sac. 25,
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWIH*E seca 25,
T. 28 S., R. 18'E.

SWjSW} sec. 18,
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.


SEhNWJ sec. 13,
T. 28 S., R, 18 E.

SE5NW0 see. 4,
T. 28 S., R. 20 S,

SESE3 sec. 29,
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

S8N 1. sec. 15,
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.


100


30


50

5

0

15

500


Max 73,000 8- 5-45
Min 5,800 2-12-54
Avg 57,000
210






9,000

20

500


'I


1,400
1,190

55

29
18

21
25
16
212
500
237
L,330
53
31


6-10-58
8-22-58
1-9-59
6- 6-58
U-22-58
1-29-59



9-26-57
8-12.58
8-22-58

6-10-58
8-22-58

2-17-58
6-12-58
1-29-58
9-20-56
10-25-57
6-19-58

5-11-55
8-19-58

8-22-58


Very strong 5as odor, sulfur
deposits on curb.

Formerly supplied laundry.




Spring is diked to prevent flow.








Average flow based on
79 measurements during period
1917-59.



Spring flowed from orifice into
pool--then out orifice on other
side of pool; ceased flow 7-10-58
following earthquake.

Spring flows from orifice into
pool--then out orifice on other
side of pool.
On east bank of Hilleborough River,
5 miles north of Cowhouse Creek.

Spring is 150 feet 11W of
coction corner.

On south bank of Blackwater Creek,
50 feet west of ccnal.












Table 31.Cheirnical An4lyae of Spring Wat.r

(Xolt; Number preceding sta;toa name $t location number on figure 2, and number following ita&ion name io spring number appearing on tabl) 2)
Chemical analyses In pars per ma ilon except ip citf:L cn uct n pa PH, and color
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaMc conduct-
Mag. o anGe T-m-
Data Mean Cl- net- t o- Icar- Chlo- luo- N. Pho- Cal- Residue CaloIum, No- (Mtoro* per-
of discharge Sillic Iron c ltulu Sodiua stua boat* Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at n aBno carbon- Khos Col- Ature
collection (of() (<0)1(m) r)(Ca) (Mg) (n() (K) (HOC,) (80,) (Cl) (F) (N0S) (P00) lated i1ao8C tum te at 25'C) PH or ASs (Fr)


(17) LITHIA SPRING AT LITHIA, VIA, (Major Spring) (751-213A)
NO. 7, 1956...... I 45.1 19 0.00 88 12 14 132 81 22 -- 0.1 271 194 86 431 7.I 2 7
Dec. 12......... 1 43.3 17 .00 58 12 8.0 130 74 20 .0 253 194 88 418 7.: 4 76
May 28, 1957...... I 46.9 15 .01 57 13 9.9 132 76 21 0.1 .0 0.0 257 196 88 419 7.5 2 -
Cot. 1.."......... -- 15 .01 61 9.2 18 128 86 24 .3 .2 .0 277 190 85 424 7.4 3 -
June 24, 1958...... 15 .00 60 9.4 18 130 85 22 .3 .9 .05 275 188 82 434 7.5 0 77

(17) LITHIA SPRINOG AT LITHIA, LA. (Minor Spring) (751-213B)
Nov. 7. 1956..... I 10.0 17 0.00 62 12 12 133 85 22 0.4 276 204 95 451 7., 2 7
De. 12 ........... I 120 0 0 00 61 13 4.8 130 77 21 .0 261 206 99 439 7.2 3 -
May 28, 1957...... I 13.0 16 .00 55 17 8,5 132 82 22 0.1 .9 266 207 99 439 7. 0 -
Oct. 8........... -- 14 .01 62 11 1 133 85 24 .4 1 278 200 90 433 7.4 2 76
Jun 24, 1958..... 14 .01 65 9.2 12 130 84 22 .3 .7 271 200 94 449 7.4 5 77
(18) 8ULPBUR 8PRINI VIA. (801-227B)
May 1, 1956....... I 34.6 8.5 0.01 74 13 100 1.3 157 78 170 -- 0.2 -- 110 901 7. 15 -
Sept. 20.......... 43.7 9.9 .02 80 17 115 -- 152 92 212 .3 601 270 145 1070 7. 5 81
Nov. 8............ 52.3 13 .02 77 13 110 148 79 200 -- .0 565 246 124 1030 7. 28 76
Dec. 17........... 55.6 14 .00 75 14 92 154 73 172 .0 516 244 118 945 7. 7 7
J 30, 1957...... 38.6 10 .01 78 14 8 160 74 182 0.1 .0 0.3 535 252 121 962 7. 7 74
Mar. 7 .......... I 47.5 11 .01 79 14 15 160 79 206 .0 .0 .1 583 254 124 1050 7. 6 --
Apr. 18.......... I 57.7 9.5 .00 78 13 109 155 82 193 .2 .1 .0 561 248 121 991 7. 5 75
June 4............ I 63.9 9.9 .02 74 15 109 148 79 198 .0 .5 .0 55 -- 246 124 984 7. 5 76
July 18........... 59.0 9.8 .01 73 13 106 150 71 190 .0 .0 .2 537 236 112 942 7. 2 76
Aug. 28........... I 87.3 7.5 .03 64 15 116 58 77 245 .0 .0 .0 554 221 174 1080 6. 22 -
Oct. 9............ 103 7.2 .05 61 14 123 102 74 222 .8 1.2 .2 553 210 126 1010 7. 37 76
Oct. 21 (11 a.m.). 80.6 8.9 .05 67 8.0 104 3.2 126 70 200 .0 2.2 .3 526 583 200 96 962 7. 12 76
Oot. 21(2:05 p.m.) 97.5 8.9 .02 69 13 115 -- 128 70 210 .2 2.1 .1 551 226 120 1030 7. 7 0.0 76
Oct. 22 (7 a.m.).. I 94,1 8.9 .01 86 25 224 134 110 410 .2 1.7 .0 932 318 208 1720 7. 6 .0 75
Oct. 22(830 a.m.) 1 101 8.9 .02 83 26 233 138 108 420 .2 1.8 .0 949 314 201 1720 7. 6 .0 75
Oct. 22(10:06s.a.) 9.3 .04 90 31 230 7.4 132 118 450 .0 3.2 .3 1000 100 352 244 1810 7. 7 .0 75
Oct. 23........... 8.7 .01 98 29 254 164 112 470 .2 1.9 .1 1050 364 229 1990 7. 5 75
Oct. 25(11450a.m.) I 9..2 9.6 .02 76 43 271 148 122 00 .2 1.8 0 1100 -- 366 245 2060 7. 3 .0 75
Oct. 25(1:15 p.m.) I 53.3 25 .01 91 23 226 138 108 415 .2 2.9 .1 959 322 208 1740 7. 7 .0 76
NOT. 26........... 1 57.1 9.7 .01 74 13 108 144 68 201 .2 .4 .0 545 238 120 1030 7. 3 .0 76
Jan. 2, 1958...... 1.8 29 .01 42 8.5 20 0 18 3.8 .0 4.6 196 140 124 341 6. 55 .1C 75
Feb. 27........... I 67.3 9.0 .00 83 10 120 145 85 214 .1 .1 .06 592 248 129 1070 7. 5 74
Apr. 24........... I 67.2 9.4 .01 80 13 131 147 90 229 .2 .3 .04 625 23 132 1120 7.3 5 75
June 19........... 44.8 10 .00 74 13 102 152 76 182 .1 12 532 238 114 967 7.1 2 .0 75
Aug. 19........... 79.2 9.7 .00 78 16 132 148 88 237 .1 .4 .05 634 260 139 160 7.1 .0 76
Oct. 14............ 56.4 9.9 .00 78 13 123 144 85 218 .2 .4 .03 599 248 130 599 7. 5 .0 76






Table 3. (Continued)

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaC0s conduct-
nage Po- ance Tam-
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bica- Cblo- luo- Ni- Phos Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium sum Sodium sum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phat cu- at magne- carbon- mhos Col- nature
collection (cfs) (810.) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (COS) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated I180C isum ate at 25"C) pH or ABS ("F)

BUCKHORN SPRING, FLA. (753-218A)

Apr. 26, 1956..... | 1.9 |0.01 56 11 15 0.7 135 66 24 0.4 0.0 1 1 74 I 414 '8.3 5
EUREKA SPRINGS, FLA. (759-220A)
May 1 195....... 1.0 11 0.01 60 6.9 4.9 0.4 158 46 8. 0.3 0.0 216 178 48 361 .9 20 75
July 1958.... 13 .01 60 6.0 4.7 .3 159 41 8.0 .1 .1 0.1 211 228 174 44 327 7.5 4 75
PURITY SPRINGS, FLA. (801-227A)
July 20, 1923..... 8.9 0.07 45 3.4 6.0 142 3.6 11 -- 0.3 157 126 -- -
May 1, 1956....... B 1.2 9.7 .01 55 3.6 14 .7 164 12 24 -- 4.5 18 407 7.4 10
Feb. 17, 1958..... 9.8 .05 52 4.9 5.5 137 12 21 0.1 9.0 0.0 225 150 38 300 7.5 0
May 26 ............ -- -- -- 6.3 -5 -- -
Jan. 29, 199 .... 5.8 -- 56 3.0 4.4 139 16 22 -- 175 -- 152 38 383 7.6 3 75
PALMA CEIA SPRINGSi FA. (755-229A)

Aug. 26, 1923..... 17 0.19 109 1 00 249 29 231 0.6 693 334 --
May 2, 1956....... 0.5 15 .0 L 95 10 84 2.5 192 28 168 0.2 .0 120 93 7.9 5
Apr. 1, 1957...... 82 6.3 -- 170 -- 232 627.3
LOWRY SPRINGS, FLA. (800-227A)
Jan. 29, 1959..... 12 162 47 29 201 1 92 980 10.0 020 59 433 3640 |7.5 51 76
UNNAMED SPRING, FLA. (800-226B)
Jan. 29, 1959 .... I1 68 1.6 3.9 174 16 18 0.0 206 176 34 386 [7.7 1 75
RICHARDSON SPRING, FLA. (801-227C)
May 11, 1955...... I I I 330 540 390 1 7.2


E Discharge estimated
1 Result of discharge measurement






Table 4. Measured Flow of Selected Springs

(Note: lumber preceding spring name refers to location in figure 2)

(16) luthorn Spring near Rverview (753-218A


Buckhorn Creek umpage
Date below spring Above spring frame spring

Mav1 196 -
Apr. 25, 1956 9.38 2.61 -

Sept. 25, 1956 34.6 26.9 4.36

lov. 1.956 9.72 2.50 4.63

Dv. 18, 1956 4.46

Jan. 30, 1957 8.60 2.55 4.55

Mar. 12, 1957 10.5 3.94 4.40

Apr. 24, 1957 9.72 3.07 3.95

June 4, L957 12.6 3.23 4.30

July 18, 1957 12.4 3.20 4.30
Aug. 28, 1957 13.8 5.68 4.30
Oct. 10, 1957 16.2 7.76 4.85

Mov. 25, 1957 11.8 3.18 4.35

Jan. 3, 1958 11.5 3.79 4.72

Apr. 29, 1958 12.5 4.83 3.61

Jtne 20, 1958 8.81 2.91 3.70
Aug. 19, 1958 20.6 11.0 4.15

oct. ., 1958 13.6 4.01 4.01

*Pumpage not included


Total
spring flow

11.0

6.77

12.1

11.8

13.0
10.6

11.0
10.6

13.7
13.5
12.4

15.3

13.0
12.4

11.3
9.63
13.8

13.6


(17) Lithia Sprins near Lithia (751-213A and 751-215B)

Major spring Minor spring Total flow
Date (751-213A) (751-213B) of springs


Jan. 8, 1993 47.8 1.00
Apr. 9, 1935 38.4 8.95

now. 18, 1941 39.6 11.9

Apr. 13, 1943 38.4 .79

Apr. 30, 1946 53-2 11,0

JUne 18, 1954 44.0 9.64

Apr. 25, 1956 39.7 8.37

Sept. 25, 1956 42.5 9.08

iNo. 7, 1956 45.1 10.0
Dec. 12, 1956 43.3 12.0

Jan 29, 1957 38.1 9.37













10


48.8

47.4

51.5

39.8
64.2

53.6
48.1

51.6

55.1

55.3

47.5


--







Table 4. (Continued)


(17) Lithia Springs near Lithia (751-215A and 751-213B) continued

Major spring Minor spring Total flow
Date (751-213A) (751-213B) of springs

May 28, 1957 46.9 13.0 59.9

Nov. 19, 1957 54.7 12.8 67.5

Dec. 31, 1957 45.8 12.1 57.9

Feb. 25, 1958 44.4 12.8 57.2

June 17, 1958 50.4 12.0 62.4

Sept. 30, 1958 56.8 15.4 72.2


(18) Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs (801-227B)


Date

Feb. 24, 1917

Feb. 6, 1929

May 9, 1930

Feb. 6, 1931

Mar. 18, 1931

Apr. 6, 1931

May 6, 1931

June 24, 1931

July 17, 1931

Aug. 8, 1931

Sept. 3, 1931

Sept. 13, 1931
Oct. 7, 1931

Nov. 12, 1931

Dec. 4, 1931

Jan. 9, 1932

Feb. 12, 1932

Mar. 10, 1932

Apr. 7, 1932

June 8, 1932

July 6, 1932

Aug. 4, 1932

Sept. 9, 1932

Oct. 4, 1932

Nov. 16, 1932


Discharge
(cfs)

35.5
25.8

92.3

46.1

80.0

69.8

72.0

54.2

31.0

40.5

38.4

51.4

74.6

58.8

44.7

51.0

54.1

39.4

24.7

23.6

49.1

34.6
48.8

26.6

38.2


Discharge
(mgd)

22.9

16.7

59.7

29.8

51.7

45.1
46.5

35.0
20.0

26.2

24.8

33.2
48.2

38.0

28.9

33.0

35.0

25.5

16.0

15.3

31.7

22.4

31.5

17.2

24.7


Date

Dec. 8, 1932

Jan. 3, 1933

Feb. 15, 1933

Mar. 8, 1933

Apr. 4, 1933

May 4, 1933

June 5, 1933

July 6, 1933

Aug. 2, 1933

Oct. 18, 1933

Dec. 4, 1933

Jan. 8, 1934

Feb. 12, 1934

Mar. 19, 1934

Apr. 16, 1934

May 4, 1934

SJune 11, 1934

Apr. 5, 1935

Aug. 3, 1945

Aug. 6, 1945

Aug. 15, 1945

Oct. 5, 1945

Mar. 12, 1946

May 2, 1946

Nov. 8, 1946


Discharge
(cfs)

38.7

39.6

37.7

41.5

44.9

56.8
40.6

43.5

82.6

57.4

41.1

31.1

12.9 *

29.2

47.9

27.7

34.1

20.8

163

154

110

102

70.4

48.3

65.3


Discharge
(agd)

25.0

25.6

24.4

26.8

29.0

36.7
26.2

28.1

53.4

37.1
26.6

20.1

8.34

18.9

31.0

17.9

22.0

13.4

105

99.5

71.1

65.9

45.5

31.2

42.2






Table 4. (Continued)

(18) Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs (801-227B) continued)
Discharge Dscharge Diacharge Discharge
Date (cfr) (se') Date (cfs) (mgd)

Mr 1, 1956 34.6 22.4 Oct. 22, 1957 94.1 60.8
June 19, 1956 40.7 26.3 Oct. 22, 1957 101 65.3 -

Aug. 8, 1956 39.3 25.4 Oct. 25, 1957 91.2 58.9 **
Sept. 20, 1956 43.7 28.2 Oct. 25, 1957 5353 34.4 *

Nov. 8, 1956 52.3 33.8 Nov. 26, 1957 57.1 36.9
Dec. 17, 1956 55.5 35.9 Jan. 2, 1958 51.8 33.5
Jan. 30, 1957 38.6 24.9 Feb. 27, 1958 67.3 13.5

Mar. 7, 1957 47.5 30.7 Apr. 24, 1958 67.2 13.1

Apr. 18, 1957 57.7 37.3 June 19, 1958 44.8 29.0

June 1i, 1957 63.9 10.0 Aug. 19, 1958 79.2 51.2
JU~l 18, 1957 59.0 37.0 Oct. 14, 1958 56.1 36.5

Aug. 28, 1957 87.3 54.7 Dec. 5, 1958 54.8 35.4
Oct- 9, 1957 103 66.6 Jan. 30, 1959 44.5 28.8

Cct. 21, 1957 80.6 52.1 ** May 21, 1959 79.1 51.1

Oct. 21, 1957 97.5 63.0


* Made iure very unfavorable conditions
* Regulated





Table 5. Streamflow Records


Ident. Gage Drainage rmean ctre
Streamflov no. Location datum area Diacharge Maximum discharge
gaging station name ig. 2 of ga~e (ft mel) Period of record (eq mi) (caf) ((cr)


Alafia River at Lithia


Blackwater Creek near Knights 20

Brooker Creek near Odessa 11

Bullfrog Creek near Wimauma 21

Cypress Creek 22
near Sulphur Springe
Drainage ditch at Bearees Ave., 25
near Sulphuir Springs
lint Creek near thonotosassa 15

Hanna Lake Outlet near Lutz 7

Hillaborough River near Harney 24

Nilleborough River near Tampa 25


illsborough River 26
near Zephyrhlle.
Hutchine Lake Outlet near Lute 9

Little ,Mnatee River 27
near winauma
North Prong Alafia River 28
near Keysville
Pemberton Creek near Dover 29

Rocky Creek 30
near Sulphur Springs
Simile Creek at Tampa 31

Sweetwater Creek 32
near Sulphur Springs


Lat 27"52'19",
long 82*12'41"
Lat 28*08'25",
long 82o0900"
Lat 28'08'15",
long 82"35'40"
Lat 27*47'30",
long 82*21'09"
Lat 28*04'53",
long 82'24'18"
Lat 28'05'15",
long 82*27'55"
Lat 28*000'4"
long 82*16'04"
Lat 2808'i0",
long 82*26'35"
Lat 28*03'15",
long 82021'52"
Lat 28*01'25",
long 82"25'40"

Lat 28'09',
long 82*14'
Let 28*07'40",
long 82*29'15"
Lat 27*40'15",
long 82*21'10"
Lat 27*53'01",
long 82*06'01"
Lat 28*01'34",
long 82*'122"
Lat 2802'23",
long 82'34'51"
Lat 27"57'59",
long 82*22'07"
Lat 28'02'33"
long 82530'44"


9.86

70.56

30.00

0.00

51.58

30.00

32.16

30.00

19.14

0.00

Prior
33.28

Arbitrary

2.17

38.56

53.04

-0.15

0.00

30.68


Jai. 1953 to
Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Jan. 1951 to
Dec. 1958 (cont.)
April 1946 to
June 1956
Sept. 1956 to
Oct. 1958
May 1956 to
Mar. 1959
July 1946 to
Sept. 1956
Sept. 1956 to
Dec. 1958
April 1946 to
Sept. 1951
October 1935 to
Dec. 1939
Oct. 1938 to
Sept. 1958 (cont.)
to establishment of gage
Oct. 1939 to
Sept. 1958 count. )
April 1946 to
Sept. 1952
March 1939 to
Sept. 1958 (cont.)
May 1950 to
Sept. 1958 (cont.)
Aug. 1956 to
Dec. 1958
Jan. 1953 to
Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Sept. 1956 to
Dec. 1958 count. )
Oct. 1951 to
Sept. 1958 count. )


350

84.1

7.46


110

10o

29.1



12

6o

60



650


220

2.7

145

175

24

35

28

6.4


19,500 Sept. 7, 1933

1,800 Sept. 27, 1953

180 Aug. 23, 1949

958 Apr. 16, 1958

(Periodic
measurements -
107 observed
Sept. 23, 27, 1947
317 Aug. 9, 1957

46 Sept. 24, 1947

11,700 June .20, 1954

9,690 July 28..30,
1945
16,500 measured Sept.
5,920 observed
Sept. 19, 1947
28 Aug. 14, 1947

9,450 June 24, 1945

3,890 Sept. 7, 1950

258 Aug. 6, 1957

697 Sept. 27, 1953

822 Feb. 26, 1958

85 Aug. 9, 1957


smen
Minimum diescarge
(ofe)
6.6 June.5, 6, 1945

0.7 May 35, 1952

No flow many days

No flow Jnae 4, 5,
7, 10-21, 1958

see table 9)
No flow many days

No flow June 7-24,
1958
No flov many days

46 observed
Apr. 29, 1938
No flow Nov. 30 to
Dec. 2, 1945
9, 1933
48 observed
June U-17, 1945
No flow many days

1.2 June 6, 7, 1945

3.6 May 17, 1952

1.1 Oct. 18, 1958

0.4 May 12-16,
June 9, 10, 1955
14 daily
Dec. 21-23, 1956
No flow many days


2.44

546

586


268

1.45

176

147



51.8



4.65


1











Table 6, Chrnic.l Ar.lyoes Li Str8:en Wa er

(Hotel Numbers precodlng itroem n*,sa refor to location on f lgure 3)
Chemical analyst in part .p.r llion except pacificc conducltance..L J., nd color
D Iiaolved Hardness speatL
solids as CO, conduct-
Mag- Po- ane Tom
Date Men Cal- ne- tas. Blear- Chlo- fluo. Ni Phos. Cal" Residue Calotu, NoA (mLoro- per-
of diLcharge Silt I3ron alum lum Sodium u lus Ionalt Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at ragn- carbono abho Colr nature
collection (cf.) (810s) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (X) (100,) (804) (CI) (F) (NO,) (Po4) lated 180'C liiu te at 26'C) pH or AS (*F)


(27) LITTrL MANATEE RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.

Sept. 24, 196,.. 57 5.8 0,08 4,4 1.7 4.1 -- 10 1.8 12 0.2 -. 35 18 0 s6 s.2 1120
Ot, 1-10 ......... 347 5.4 ,20 3,6 1,9 5,1 0.3 6 2.2 11 0.4 .3 33 73 17 12 55 S,0 50
0ct. 11-20........ 95.8 6.7 22 3.4 ,1 5.1 .3 9 2.0 16 .4 .2 41 66 17 10 60 .5 250
Oct. 21-31........ 69.6 6.7 .18 4.4 1.8 5.3 .2 11 1.5 11 .4 .4 .1 37 60 18 10 64 .7 180
Novi 1-10.......... 24.5 7.6 .15 .2 2.3 5.0 .2 1 2.2 12 .4 .1 44 53 22 8 70 .8 110
Nov. 11-20........ 20.3 7.5 .11 4.8 2.4 4.6 .2 20 2.5 10 .4 .1 43 43 22 6 68 B.9 65
Nov. 21-30o ........ 17.6 7.3 .11 5.6 2.1 4.6 .2 21 3.2 9.0 .4 .1 43 40 22 6 70 3.8 60
Dec. 1-10........ 18.3 9.4 10 5.4 2.1 .3 .2 21 2.8 9.5 .3 .1 44 36 22 6 67 3.8 S5
Dec, 11-20......... 16.2 6.8 .10 5.0 2.3 4.3 .2 22 2.2 9,5 .3 .1 42 37 22 4 68 7.1 55
Dec. 21-31....... 19.1 7.0 .12 4.8 2.4 4.3 .3 21 2.5 8.8 .4 .1 41 41 22 5 67 7.0 75
Jan. 1-10 1957 17.6 6.0 .08 4.8 2.4 4.4 .3 21 2.5 9.8 .3 .1 -- 41 42 22 5 68 3.9 65
Jan. 11-26........ 18.7 .0 .10 5.0 2.7 4.3 .3 22 2.8 9.8 .3 .1 42 39 24 6 68 .9 70
Jan. 21-31........ 52.7 7.9 .07 4.8 2.9 6.4 .3 13 8.0 12 .2 .2 1.2 50 75 24 14 83 .8 70
Feb. 1-10......... 20.1 7.2 .08 4.8 2.9 5.5 .2 18 5.2 10 .3 .2 1.0 46 66 24 9 78 .1 75
Feb. 11-20........ 16.6 5.9 .07 4.4 3.2 4.9 .1 21 3.5 9.0 .2 .3 1.4 43 56 24 7 74 .1 65
Feb. 21-28........ 94.0 7.4 .26 4.0 2.7 5.9 .3 11 6.5 11 .2 .3 .8 45 77 21 12 72 .8130
Mar. 1-10......... 298 6.1 .10 5.2 1.0 6.7 .4 7 6.8 13 .3 .3 .9 44 88 17 12 76 .0180
Mar. 11-20........ 85.6 6.3 .18 3.2 2.2 6.1 .1 10 4.8 12 .2 .5 1.3 42 62 17 9 69 .6 160
Mar. 21-31........ 111 5.7 .12 3.2 2.2 5.8 .1 9 4.8 11 .2 .5 1.2 39 67 17 10 66 .5 170
Apr. 1-10......... 260 4.1 .12 3.6 2.8 5.6 .5 7 5.2 11 .3 .2 1.2 38 67 20 15 63 .4 140
Apr. 11-20........ 101 5.8 .17 4.0 1.8 5.9 .5 10 5.8 11 .3 .5 1.2 42 68 18 10 66 .8 110
Apr. 21-30........ 40.7 6.7 .15 5.2 1.8 5.6 .4 17 5.8 10 .4 .1 1.3 46 57 20 6 73 .2 90
May 1-10.......... 80.7 5.5 .10 3.8 1.6 5.3 .4 10 5.5 10 .2 .2 1.2 39 65 16 8 63 .8 120
May 11-20......... 391 3.9 .07 2.4 2.2 4.6 .4 4.8 12 .6 .0 0 35 59 15 8 52 .0 130
may 21-31......... 67.1 5.9 .17 4.2 1.6 4.9 .4 14 3.5 12 .4 .2 0 40 67 17 6 s66 .7 120
June 1-10, 1957... 111 5.2 0.09 3.6 1.7 4.4 0.4 12 4.5 10 0.3 0.2 0 36 56 16 6 60 .6 100
June 11-19........ 108 5.8 .08 3.4 1.9 4.9 .4 11 4.5 10 .4 .2 0 37 59 16 8 61 .3 120
June 20-29........ 761 3.5 .07 2.0 1.3 3.1 .4 5 4.2 6.2 .2 .7 0 24 51 10 6 39 .9 110
July 1-10.......... 226 4.6 .10 2.4 1.5 3.8 .4 7 4.2 9.0 .2 .1 0 30 54 12 6 48 .0 130
July 11-20........ 171 4.9 .08 2.2 1.7 3.9 .2 8 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 30 55 12 6 47 .2 150
July 21-31........ 313 4.1 .08 2.4 1.5 3.4 .4 7 3.0 9.2 .3 .1 0 28 53 12 6 42 .0140
Aug. 1-10......... 1206 3.5 .06 2.0 1.0 3.3 .4 6 2.8 7.2 .3 .1 0 24 45 j 9 4 38 .7130
Aug. 11-20........ 197 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.7 .4 9 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 31 50 12 4 46 .2 130
Aug. 21-31........ 64.8 6.6 .09 3.6 2.7 4.2 .3 11 4.5 8.0 .2 .6 36 55 20 11 53 .8 90
Sept. 1-10........ 155 5.3 .07 2.6 1.9 4.3 .6 10 4.0 8.5 .3 .4 -- 33 58 14 6 52 .4110
Sept. 11-20...... 204 2.0 .08 2.8 1.1 4.1 .4 8 3.2 8.2 .2 .5 26 58 12 5 46 .1 20
Sept. 21-30....... 327 4.3 .08 2.8 1.3 4.0 .7 7 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 27 50 12 7 46 .9 110
Time-weighted
average....... 171 5.8 0.11 3.8 2.0 4.8 0.3 12 3.9 10 0.3 0.2 -- -- 57 18 61 -- 1i20 I





Table 6. (Continued)

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pB, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaC3 conduct-
ag- Po- ace Tea-
Date Mean Cal-- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fuo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Caliu, Non- (icro- per-
of discharge Silica Iran alum slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trat phate cu- at magne- carbon- hos Col- nature
collection (fs) ) (810() (Fe) (Ca) (Na) (K) (HC ) (50s) (C0) (7) (NO0) (PO4) lated 180C saum ate at 28C) p2H or AB (pF)


(27) LITTLE MANATEE RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.--Continued

Oct. 1-10, 1987... 842 3.9 0.12 2.0 1.2 3.5 0.6 6 2.8 7.0 0.2 0.4 -- 24 53 10 5 41 i.9 140 -
Oct. 11-20........ 81.8 6.1 .09 3.4 1.7 4.4 .4 12 3.5 8.o .3 .3 -- 34 I4 16 6 57 .8 110 -
Oct. 21-31........ 34.2 6.8 .07 3.8 2.2 4.4 .4 1s 3.5 8.2 .3 .2 37 52 18 6 63 6.7 1 --
Nov. 19............ 40 6.6 .08 16 2.4 4.8 -- 50 5.5 9.2 .3 .0 0.8 71 -- 0 9 123 7.2 685 .16
Dec. 31........... 139 8.4 .01 52 4.5 7.8 154 20 12 .3 .0 .2 181 148 22 321 7.9 27 .04

Feb. 25, 1958..... 63 17 .05 4.0 1.3 5.1 11 3.8 9.2 .2 .0 .88 47 -- 16 6 60 .6 70 -
Apr. 22........... 186 6.9 .07 3.4 .9 3.4 9 2.0 6.5 .2 .1 1.5 29 12 4 46 6.3 120 -
June 17........... 13 4.3 .04 4.0 2.8 4.9 1.0 19 3.2 7.0 .8 .0 1.2 38 43 22 6 9 6.6 35 -
Aug. 12........... s90 4.0 .09 2.8 .7 2.2 .6 5 .8 4.0 .3 .0 .63 19 55 10 6 39 8.4 150 -

(21) BULLFROG CREEK NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.

Sept. 24, 1956.... 8.0 3.9 0.02 4.0 1.7 7.4 8 7.5 13 0.0 -- 41 17 10 70 .0 200 -
Nov. 1............ 3.2 4.8 .10 4.0 1.9 6.2 9 4.2 14 .1 -- 40 18 10 74 1.2 140 -
De. 12............ .6 1.9 .04 5.6 2.9 5.3 13 7.0 14 .0 -- 43 26 16 89 .5 80 --
Jan 22, 1957 ...... 12 2.5 .06 4.6 2.6 8.3 12 9.5 14 0.2 .1 48 22 12 91 .7 85 --
Mar. 6............ 84 5.4 .10 3.8 2.1 9.2 6 8.8 18 .1 .0 0.83 49 18 13 87 .6 150 --

Apr. 17........... 9.2 3.5 .09 2.8 1.7 6.9 6 3.0 13 .3 .5 .47 35 14 9 66 .0 110 -
May28 ............. 4.9 4.5 .04 2.6 1.7 6.7 6 5.0 12 .1 .3 .49 36 14 8 60 .6 120 -
July 17........... 5.8 3.1 .13 2.4 1.2 4.8 7 2.0 9.5 .0 .0 .48 27 11 6 50 .6 120 -
Aug. 26........... 10 5.5 .13 3.4 1.7 5.1 9 3.0 11 .1 .0 .36 35 16 8 61 .9 180 --
Oct. 1............ 102 4.6 .10 2.8 .7 8.8 9 2.8 8.0 .3 .2 .32 30 10 2 47 .0 180 -

Nov. 19........... 1.9 3.1 .04 3.6 2.2 6.4 12 3.8 12 .3 .1 .1 38 18 8 72 .7 80 .02
Dec. 1,........... 15 4.4 .03 4.0 1.5 8.7 6 4.5 14 .3 .0 .61 39 16 11 82 1.9 10 --
Feb. 25, 1958..... 7.3 3.7 .04 4.0 1.2 6.7 7 4.8 13 .2 .2 .27 38 15 10 74 .2 65 -
Apr. 22.......... 25 3.3 .02 3.2 1.0 3.4 8 2.5 7.0 .2 .0 .37 25 12 6 48 .1 190 --
Aug. 12........... 79 8.1 .14 3.2 .9 3.4 5 1.5 7.8 .3 1.1 1.06 27 12 8 50 .4 190 -
Sept 30........... 4.8 6.9 .12 2.4 1.7 4.6 4 3.0 11 .3 .2 .42 33 13 10 s9 1.5 160 .09

(19) ALAFIA RIVER AT LITHIA, FLA.
. .. .- .. .... ..


Sept. 26, 1986....
Nov. 1...........
Dec. 12...........
Jan. 29, 1957.....
Mar. 6...........

Apr. 23...........
June 3............
July 9...........
Aug. 22...... ....
Oct. 1-10.......


369
118
73
153
437

297
372
256
433
1404


19
34
59
31
25

18
22
24
26
15


31 7.9
62 8.1
78 11
45 8.1
26 6.1

25 5.2
33 6.9
33 6.9

18 8.1


3.4

19

5.3
9.2
8.2

7.4


29
22
21
14
12

16
1.6 8
.8 11
10
1.1 21


71 14
131 12
169 11
111 15 3.8
20 15 6.0

38 12 8.0
89 11 3.7
87 10 3.6
86 9.6 9.0
33 9.8 2.5


0.4
.1
.0
.2
.0

.0
.3
.3
.1
.2


161
19 277
28 366
40 280
21 104

22 136
38 134
29 178
32 225
14 116


86
170
222
134
80

71
104
102

49











Tabli 6, (Cuntinuld)

__________ __ (__Ch ni(iiuI In .p.*_paA !itai u1p Lpuu l'nu nd nuLo-i-Contied'_
S IUgiamolved Harinesa BpIetm a
........ ...... Ck !.L6ua1 a.1 8.3.y 9 .. ...z.t ....g.l. t. u.r. a-
jolidte as CCOl o0d40ot-
MUy- po- an Tom-
Data Mean Cal- ne- tia- lisar- Cho- Fluo- Ni- Plho- Cal- Restdue calotum, Non- (naoro- per-
ol diloharge S(0loa Iron oium sim Sod(um lsum bonat1e ultate rid e rid trate phato lm- at magne- pOarbon- hos o01- nature
collection (oI.) (810,) (fP ) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (804) (CI) (_) (NOl_ (P0_) lnted 1to*C stum _t. at 8oC) pH o. ABB (tF)


(19) AIAFIA RIVER AT LITHIA, FLA,--Continued


Oct. 11-20.,..,...
0o0t 21-31,,,,,,.
NovI 1-10,,,,,,,.,
Nov. 11-20,,,,,,..
Nov. 21-30,..,. ..

Dea, 1-10,,,,,,..
Dec, 11-30.....
Dea, 21-30........
Dec, 31-Jan, 1-10,
1958............
Jan, 11-20........
Jan. 21-31,.......
Feb. 1-10..,.. ....
Feb. 11-19,.......
Feb. 20-28........
Mar. 1-10.,......

Mar. 11-20, 1988..
Mar. 21-31.......
Apr. 1-15 ........
Apr. 18-30........
May 1-10..........
May 11-20.........
May 21-31,........
June 1-10........
June 11-22,..,...
June 23-28........

June 29-July 10...
July 11-20........
July 21-31........
Aug. 1-10.........
Aug. 11-20.......

Aug. 21-31......
Sept. 1-10........
Sept. 11-20.......
Sept. 21-30.......
Time-weighted
average......*


Oct. 1, 1957......
Nov. 19..........
Dec. 31...........
Feb. 25, 1968.....
Apr. 17..........


295
166
128
127
132

156
144
221
353
329

1126
416
307
707
1089
534
800
588
801
189

327
245
98.4
87.5
261

637
193
135
268
786

279
883
260
172


415


20
24
31
37
40

32
31
32

34
36

22
21
29
24
18
24
19
20
20
36
40
32
62
77
40

28
40
64
56
28

33
21
30
40


,16 30 6,6
,07 43 8,4
,03 62 9,1
,01 78 12
,02 79 16
,01 63 20
,03 68 14
.03 87 13

,07 43 6,.
,04 49 6.2

.06 24 6,6
.00 29 7.4
.06 43 5,0
.06 35 5.2
.00 26 5.1
0.15 31 6.0
.11 26 5,8
.15 29 5.0
.10 29 4.3
.09 63 5.4
.10 40 8,0
,08 64 5.7
.01 100 6.9
.02 117 19
.06 58 8,1

.20 31 4.7
.01 46 11
.03 84 8,4
.13 90 5.2
.21 40 4.9

.15 50 7.5
.18 34 5.6
.19 50 4,6
.08 56 I11


9,2
9,8
10
11
13

12
13
12

14
16

12
12
13
12
12
13
11
12
10
15
1,5
16
14
17
19
17

10
14
17
16
10

13
12
16
19


33 a0.09 50 .0I 013


... -n J.


12 3.0 ,B
14 3.2 .4
14 3.3 .0
15 3.4 .1
16 3,5 .1

17 3.5 .1
18 3.4 .0
18 3.4 .1

19 3.0 ,2
20 .50 .3

16 3.0 .8
17 3,0 .3
20 3.5 .3
18 3.0 .3
18 2.5 .4
18 3.0 0,5
16 ; 2.5 .5
10 2.5 .4
14 3.0 .1
20 4.0 .7

19 3.5 .5
22 4.0 .5
22 -- .2
18 -- .3
26 -- .7
14 3.0 .5
18 i -- .2
21 .2
16 -- .3
14 9.0 .2

18 10 .2
18 6.5 .3
14 11 .2
21 14 .2

17 3.8 0.3


24
29
52
61
82

70
65
03

41
40

24
27
41
33
26
31
24
23
28
51

41
54
110
170
63

34
80
146
140
60

63
43
65
78


175
223
309
385
419

375
356
334

252
281
170
186
240
192
164
193
169
170
174
293

269
287
497
658
330

183
289
478
499
214

287
195
278
330


-a- I


158


145


69 56 172 6. 110
206 205 487 7. 28
250 126 1060 7. 3
143 138 333 6. 30
S 4 23 B8a 6. --/


244 e6,
308 6,,
415 B6,
602 6,1
532 6,.

490 6.4
483 6.1
432 6,1

322 6.,
364 6.7

233 68,
263 8.E
320 6.7
277 6.8
230 6,1
219 '6.7
232 6.5
246 6.7
231 6.6
380 6,7

333 6,7
380 6,8
590 6.4
735 5.9
427 6.

239 6.
372 6.5
542 6.5
141 6.
274 6.

351 6.2
261 6.6
360 6.
424 6.

362


1220 16 o.O 22 3.4 6.0 16 33 8.0 4.4 0.1 15 115
134 40 .0 63 12 2 122 14 6.7 .0 43 302
287 9.5 .01 77 14 14 160 78 207 .2 .0 0 674
207 17 .01 47 6.2 8.3 7 82 19 3.2 .0 48 234
2460 6.3 -- -- --5. 0.2 27 8 0 3.1 _- .1 --


I l I


I


- -'----~-~


II


- v


- .


----


-- -






Table 6. (Continued)

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Specific
1i< solids as CaCO, conduct-
Mag- o- ance Tem-
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- mhos Col- nature
collection (afe) (siog) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO3) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (PO4) lated 10SC sium ate at 250C) pH or ABS (F)

(31) SIXMILE CREEK AT TAMPA, FLA.
Sept. 25, 1956.... 45 11 0.02 58 6.2 12 130 65 15 -- 0.2 -- 231 170 64 371 .5 20 --
Nov. 2............ 21 13 .01 66 7.7 11 162 62 16 -- .0 --256 196 63 403 .2 9 -
Dec. 10............. 16 15 .00 75 8.0 7.8 168 74 16 -- .0 -- 279 220 82 452 .6 9 --
Jan. 22, 1567..... 31 10 .06 86 10 15 168 119 18 0.2 .3 0.3 342 256 118 532 7.9 20 -
Mar. 4............ 49 2.0 .02 46 6.6 12 88 60 17 1.4 4.2 1.3 194 142 70 340 7.3 42 -
Apr. 17............ 35 9.0 .01 72 7.4 9.4 150 80 16 .3 .0 .16 268 210 87 440 7.6 35 -
May 28........... 30 13 .02 66 9.6 3.2 160 58 14 .0 .1 .11 243 204 73 398 B.0 12 -
July 16........... 66 10 .04 67 6.1 5.5 146 62 14 .2 .1 .28 237 192 72 393 7.6 65 -
Aug. 26............ 128 6.6 .06 40 2.9 6.4 95 32 9.5 .3 .0 .36 145 112 34 239 7.0 80 -
Oct. 1............ 113 7.4 .06 37 4.0 8.5 88 36 12 .4 .0 1.0 149 109 37 252 7.0 170 -
Nov. 25........... 35 12 .01 68 7.2 10 165 60 16 .3 .0 .0 255 199 64 423 8 0.01
Jan. 2, 1958...... 36 11 .01 37 27 11 162 63 19 .4 .0 .20 249 204 70 436 7.6 30 --
Feb. 27........... 184 12 .03 29 1.3 5.1 50 32 10 .2 .3 .82 116 78 37 194 7.0 70 -
Apr. 25........... 50 8.7 .02 66 4.3 B.C 146 57 14 .3 .2 .16 231 182 62 381 7.5 40 -
June 19.......... 24 12 .01 70 6.0 6.0 164 54 15 .2 .1 .13 244 199 64 415 .0 5 -
Aug. 18........... 111 8.5 .06 42 3.9 8.5 102 36 12 .4 4 .82 163 121 38 278 7.3 180 -
Sept. 30.......... 27 14 .01 68 6.9 14 168 67 15 .2 .1 2 1 ,.2 268 198 60 424 7.6 5 .00
(26)-HILLSBOROUOH RIVER NEAR ZEPHYRHILLS, FLA.
Sept. 21. T9566"._ 4B4 I. lo.( l aIA A I -8 I .n re 2 A-- -- --


Oct. I-I......
Oct. 11-16........
Oct. 17-31 .......
Nov. 1-10.........
Nov. 11-20........
Nov. 21-30;.......
Dec. 1-10......
Dec. 11-20 ........
Dec. 21-31........
Jan. 1-10, 1957...
Jan. 11-20........
Jan. 21-31......
Feb. 1-10.........
Peb. 11-20........
Feb. 21-28........
Mar, 1-10 ........
Mar. 11-21........
Mar. 22-Apr. 1 ....
Apr. 2-11.........


469
262
688
170
98.3
77.4
72.7
70.8
71.5
69.0
67.9
78.8
73.6
146
149
101
612
811


6.4
7.2
5.1
6.7
11
12
12
12
11
12
9.8
11
12
12
11
10
10
5.0
4.8


-- 4 A U; .4 79
.21 22 2.4 6.0 0.4 67 6e2 11 0.4 1 87
.24 30 4.1 5.4 .4 94 7. 12 .4 .1 -- 113
.24 20 2.4 5.0 .4 b6 4.5 11 .4 .1 77
.15 39 4.0 5.6 .2 121 7.2 12 .4 .1 -- 135
.04 45 8.9 5.5 .2 169 11 12 .3 .1 177
.01 57 4.6 4.8 .3 183 11 14 .3 .1 -- 194
.01 57 6.4 4.6 .3 186 10 9.0 .3 .4 --191
.03 58 4,3 4.4 .3 187 10 9.0 .3 .1 190
.00 57 5.4 4.6 .4 187 11 9.2 .3 .1 -- 191
.00 87 4.4 4.6 .4 186 9.2 9.5 .3 .1 190
.01 56 5.0 5.1 .5 186 9.5 10 .2 .1 187
..02 53 4.9 7.8 .7 172 12 14 .2 .2 0.46 189
..02 54 4.7 6.4 .4 178 10 12 .1 .2 .27 188
.01 53 4,9 5.8 .2 180 8.5 9.0 .1 .2 .16 183
.05 46 4.6 8.2 1.2 150 12 14 .2 2 .41 171
.08 44 4.9 9.1 1.7 141 14 16 .2 .1 .76 170
.16 31 6.i 8.0 .8 e0O 32 13 .2 .1 .47 201
.14 21 243 6.7 1.2 60 9.0 12 .3 .3 .61 89
.19 20 4.1 6.1 .7 64 6.5 11 .3 .2 .81 86


7.1 15
7. 250
7. 220
7. 280
7.6 220
7. 650
7.9 30
8.C 10
7.7 10
7. 25
7.9 7
8.0 10
8. 12
8.3 10
8.3 6
8.1 40
8.2 65
8.3 45
7.6 130
7. 160











Table 6. (Coamlnud)

Chea cal analyses nn art. 1 mi11t except spe*'c -4l co4ndctance1 *R and colar.-Coant4nued
.1 Diborlved n rdea s specific
NO sold as Ca00, conduct-
eC a- pa. 1 --
Data Mesa Cal- n- t- Blear- Chlo. Fluo. NA- Phoa- Cal- Relsdue Caloiu, Non. (aro- per.-
f discharge Srilca Ioron oium I ur odim niu bonate sulfate rlde ride trate phate cu. st magna- carbon aai m 1- ture
collection (cg*) (10OO) (y) (Ca) ) () (() M () (K) () (Cl) () (O) (PO )ll td 1e80'C ate at 25tC) pHp or ABB ('F)

Apr. 1.-0.,,,.... 99 5.8 .22 27 4,3 6.6 .7 84 9.5 12 .3 ,3 ,. 108 134 85 16 189 7, 130
Apr. 31-30........ 162 8.2 .*09 39 3.8 6.6 .6 124 9, 11 .3 .2 .66 141 174 113 12 246 8 90
May l-11.......... 301 6.3 .13 28 3,4 4.8 .6 90 6.0 9.0 .3 .2 .62 104 123 84 10 182 a. 100
May 13-14,....... 182 .09 37 3,3 115 9. .3 .69 -- 106 12 221 1. 90
may 15-18,..... 77 -- .12 15 2.1 4.6 1.1 43 8.5 .4 -- ,9 -- 46 12 114 7 120

May 19-31, 1957.., 264 8.2 ,10 30 4.6 5,6 0.8 99 6.5 09. 0.3 0.1 0.76 116 135 94 13 198 8. 100
June 1-10........ 211 8.1 .06 29 5,2 6.9 .9 97 8.2 10 .4 .2 .74 118 135 94 14 200 7.6 60
June 11-20......... 143 9.1 .03 41 2.8 6.6 .4 128 8.8 9.5 .5 .2 .40 142 169 114 9 242 7. 6s0
Jone 21-26, 28-30. 151 8.6 .03 41 3.8 6.2 .6 136 9.2 8.5 .4 .2 .36 146 154 118 6 250 7.3 40
July 1-10......... 137 9.6 .04 42 3.9 6.2 .4 140 8.0 8.5 .3 21 148 165 121 6 263 7. 60
July 11-20........ 185 7.0 .02 37 3.3 7.1 .8 130 8.2 10 .4 .2 .39 134 144 106 8 232 7.3 50
July 21-26, 27-31,
Aug. 1-4........ 261 5.8 .05 30 3,6 5.0 .2 97 5.8 7.5 .3 .2 .02 106 129 90 10 188 7.0 60
Aug. 6-123......... 1102 3. .07 13 2.9 4.3 .4 42 4.2 6.0 .4 .2 .23 56 82 44 10 97 6.7 120
Aug. 13-24........ 336 6.3 .10 26 3.2 5.7 .4 86 56. 8.0 .4 .3 .16 98 124 78 8 169 6.9 110
Aug. 25-31........ 809 .1 .08 21 2.6 5.2 .6 65 5.5 7.0 .4 .3 .20 81 100 63 10 137 7.1 120
Sept. 1, 3-10..... 529 5.6 .11 17 4.6 5.4 .7 58 5.8 7.5 .4 .4 .39 77 61 12 129 7.0 140
Sept. 11-20....... 763 5.1 .15 16 2.7 5.4 .6 49 4.5 7.5 .4 .5 .35 67 97 51 11 113 6.8 160
Sept. 21-30....... 671 5.0 .15 18 1.9 5.4 .6 63 4.8 8.0 .5 .4 .23 71 97 53 10 118 6,7 140
Time-weighted 1 I--
average...... 385 8.3 ).09 37 4.1 5.8 0.6 119 8.9 10 0.3 0.2 0.44 150 108 11 227 90
Oct. 1-9, 1957.... 872 5.1 1.13 15 2.6 5.2 0.8 44 4.8 7.5 0.5 0.3 0.57 Ss 90 48 12 107 6 140 -
Oct. 11-20......... 260 7.3 .11 31 2.3 5.8 .4 96 6.0 9.5 .4 .2 .18 110 132 87 8 184 7. 120
Oct. 21-30....... 140 9.8 .04 46 4.6 6.1 .4 148 8.2 8.5 .6 .3 .11 158 168 134 12 268 7. 50 -
Nov. 21........... 104 12 .01 54 4.0 8.0 177 8.5 10 .2 .1 .10184 -- 151 6 319 7. 7 0.
Jan. 2, 196...... 123 13 .01 50 4.1 14 161 17 14 .3 .0 1.40 193 142 10 316 7. 23 .

Juno 24........... 89 13 .06 58 3.3 4.4 .5 182 8.2 7.5 .2 1.0 .32 186 183 18 9 237 7. 50
Aug. 8............ 170 11 .13 42 1.2 5.2 .9 117 10 10 .3 .7 .51 140 163 110 14 238 7. 100 -
Aug. 2............ 92 6.4 .06 41 2.3 7.4 126 9.0 10 .3 .0 .35 139 112 8 240 7. 55





Table 6. (Continued)
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued


Dissolved Hardness specific
solids as CaCO3 conduct-
Mag- W Po- ce -
Date Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
of discharge Silica Iron cium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at s agne- carbon- abos ol- tr
collection (cts) (8s10) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na (K () (C800) (84) (Cl) (F) (NO.) (P4) lated 180oC slu ate at 25C) pH or ABS (*)


(15) FLINT CREEK NEAR THOOTOSASSA, FLA.

Nov. 7, 1966...... 14 2.5 0.03 9.6 5.4 16 54 7.8 20 -- 0.1 88 46 2 170 7.1 55
Dec. 10........... 5.5 4.0 .03 10 6.1 15 58 7.8 20 -- .0 92 50 2 178 6.9 S5
May 31, 1957...... 62 2.9 .04 15 2.8 7.6 33 10 18 0.4 .3 1.5 75 49 20 161 7.3 90
Oct. 7............ 84 3.7 .05 6.8 1.6 7.4 22 5.8 9.5 .4 1 14 46 24 6 84 6.7 8010.29
(25) HILLSBOROGH RIVER NEAR TAMPA, FLA.

Sept. 26, 1956.... 436 7.7 0.10 39 2.6 5.1 97 20 13 -- 0.2 136 108 28 233 7. 150 -
Nov. 6............ 280 9.1 .11 27 2.1 3.0 76 5.8 10 .1 94 76 14 164 7. 180 -
Dec. 18........... 42 9.4 .02 54 6.2 3.7 160 22 10 -- .0 184 160 29 316 7. 45 -
Jan. 22, 1957..... 29 .8 .02 50 5.6 9.2 158 22 10 0.2 .5 0.2 177 148 18 313 7. 20
Mar. 13........... 162 10 .04 48 4.4 9.2 132 27 15 .1 .0 .27 179 138 30 305 7. 8 -
Apr. 16........... 677 5.1 .08 24 1.9 6.4 68 7.5 12 .3 .1 .32 90 68 12 156 7. 110 -
May 30............ 312 5.5 .08 26 1.9 6.2 73 8.0 12 .2 .3 .54 97 73 13 160 7. 90
July 11........... 320 6.4 .05 14 12 2.8 85 7.5 9.0 .1 .1 .30 94 84 15 175 7. 90 -
Aug. 27........... 1810 5.4 .07 20 1.5 3.4 58 5.0 7.5 .1 .1 .38 72 56 8 128 6. 110 -
Oct. 9............ 2420 5.1 .05 16 1.9 3.5 47 5.0 7.8 .3 .0 .32 63 48 10 108 7. 90 0.
Nov. 25........... 41 9.9 .00 52 4.5 7.8 147 26 12 .2 .1 .0 184 148 28 317 7. 30 .0
Jan. 2, 1958.... 259 5.1 .07 4.0 2.3 5.5 10 4.0 13 .3 .0 .72 40 20 12 76 6. 100 .1
Feb. 27........... 810 3.3 .03 34 1.7 8.0 2 12 15 .2 .0 .31 120 92 16 217 7. 50 -
Apr. 24........... 652 13 .07 24 1.0 6.0 64 8.0 11 .2 .0 .68 96 64 12 153 7. 200 -
June 19........... 57 6.9 .01 46 3.4 7.4 136 18 10 .3 .1 .05 159 129 18 273 6. 25 .0
Aug. 14........... 1800 8.7 .06 26 .7 4.1 68 10 7.0 .3 .0 .21 90 68 12 154 7. 140 -
Oct. 8............ 203 8.0 .02 44 2.9 -- 124 20 10 .3 .1 .22 154 122 20 265 7. 50 .0


a Time-weighted average for year ending September 30







Table 7, Temperature of Surface Water
(fNotel !umber nrecedirw statton name ti location number on figure 2)
(19) Alats liver at Uthis, water year Vetober 1957 to @ept.1958,

October Novenber December January February March April May June July August September
T 76 6 68 5 7 65 65 80 R 0 F 53 7..
2 67 65 56 6 70 65 80 8 1 82 79
3 67 63 5 -. 68 61 80 81 78 81 79
4 75 69 60 5 50 67 77 51 76 82 78
S 7 68 60 6 68 75 80 77 81 79
6 75 67 59 55 54 68 69 7 81- 78 81 0-
7 75 67 59 58 56 69 71 71 80 78 80 80
8 75 70 62 49 55 72 70 71 80 79 80 81
9 75 69 60 l9 53 72 69 71 81 80 80
to 75 67 58 I8 53 70 68 72 82 81 78 -
t 74T 67 56 49 56 67 68 71 81 82 78 --
12 73 68 51 50 55 68 67 72 83 82 78
13 74 68 5o 56 54 69 67 73 83 81 77 79
14 75 70 51 57 53 61 68 72 81 81 79 79
15 74 72 52 -9 55 63 68 72 83 81 79 81
16 75 74 56 56 52 61 -- 71 83 80 79 81
17 74 7h 58 56 h8 61 -- 73 81 81 79 82
18 74 73 60 54 46 62 65 73 85 82 80 82
19 7 74h 61 54 45 63 67 74 85 82 80 81
_20 7h 70 61 9 10 60 648 17 82 81 80 82
21 74 69 61 56 ?? 59 69 77 82 81 79 82
22 71 69 61 58 53 58 69 77 80 82 81 82
23 74 72 62 56 55 60 70 75 78 83 80 81
24 73 72 63 60 60 62 -- 77 80 83 80
25 72 70 6 6 6h .. 79 7 79 82 80 80
26 70 67 67 58 64 64 76 78 79 80 80 80
27 66 68 65 57 62 64 77 78 80 83 80 80
28 62 69 66 58 63 63 77 77 80 79 80
29 61 69 66 57 63 75 80 78 83 79 79
30 63 68 66 56 63 79 79 75 83 80
31 671 1 651 565 65 7 1 795 1 81h 79 1


70 75 81 81 80 80


Avg 72 69 61 55 55 65





Table 7. Continued


(27) Little Manatee River near Witauma, water year Oct. 1956 to Sept. 1957


October Novemnber December January February March April May June July August September
Day
1 77 69 7 60 o- 70 6-5 72 82 85 82 u
2 77 72 58 62 70 61 68 78 82 80 80 85:
3 77 72 58 60 74 64 73 79 75 83 80 8
4 77 76 8 60 10 6 75 7E 84 82 79 78
s h 7 6 77 7 79 78 78 78
6 75 71 9 66 69 66 75 79 8 81 78
7 76 70 62 66 69 67 76 79 78 78 78
8 7 70 65 6 73 64 7 75 -- 84 80 75
9 7 67 68 63 72 60 77 76 79 85 81 78
to 7h 59 63 65 73 61 72 -- 86 80 79
11 T7E 63 -67 68 72 56 71 T73 83 87 83 0
12 72 59 6 6 69 6 6 70 78 82 85 84 83
13 72 61 67 63 67 64 75 80 83 8' 83 80
14 74 63 69 66 64 68 76 79 85 84 84 83
is 71 6L 71 66 62 69 72 77 86 85 84 81
16 70 66 74 68 65 68 7h 78 85 86 85 82
17 70 67 72 66 66 7T 73 80 86 85 85 83
18 70 72 7 $55 66 70 75 79 87 83 86 78
19 71 68 74 5k 71 75 74 79 87 82 85 81
20 72 67 69 61 68 7h 77 81 80 83 86 79
21 77 68 72 63 65 73 -- 83 80 82 86 82
22 72 68 71 64 65 75 77 84 79 83 82 82
23 72 59 73 65 64 73 73 851 1 878 83
24 70 $7 71 70 73 74 86 81 82 *- 83
25 70 61 h 62 69 70 75 86 82 81 81 82_
26 70 61 56 71 66 70 81 84 82 79 78
27 70 56 57 72 68 70 80 84 79 82 81 77
28 7 51 60 72 68 66 79 79 81 83 80 76
29 68 3 61 72 66 80 83 85 83 79
30o 68 9 8 -. 69 76 81 82 79
31 68 ___ 69 71 80 80 82


I
I

I
1'


9 6 69 69 68 68 76 79 82 83 0


Avg 73







Table 7, Conttnued


(26) Hillsborough Idivr' nerr Z.-rh,;rihil, w-.rtr ,i,.r .: t. 1956 to ?ept. 1957


October Noverrber December January February March April May June July August Septmber
Doy
--1 7 72 5 6 65 73- 5 6 -72- 7 8 -~ ---7 79
2 77 72 66 64 73 66 66 71 78 80 76 -
3 76 72 68 66 74 67 71 76 78 80 78 78
4 76 73 68 67 74 67 73 76 79 80 78 78
5 76 72 7 68 68 8 7 h 2L7 79 80 s 7 i
6 72 9 69 72 68 72 7 79 79 7 7
7 75 71 70 70 74 68 70 74 79 79 78 78
a 75 71 70 68 74 67 72 73 79 80 78 77
9 76 70 68 7h 6h 72 7 78 80 78 77
o i a6 70 70 72 6h2 70 R7 80 80 80 79
11 75 66 70 72 7b 66 70 71 80 79 78 80
12 7h 66 71 70 70 66 70 80 78 80 80
13 73 68 72 -8 8 68 72 76 80 79 80 80
14 73 68 7 71 68 71 73 78 80 80 80 7
1s 72 -0 7 72 68 72 72 76 78 78 78
16 72 70 74 72 68 72 70 78 80 80 79 78
17 70 72 71 71 68 72 72 78 80 80 81 78
8 72 74 63 68 72 72 78 80 80 -- 78
19 72 7 .63 72 71 -- 79 80 80 90 78
20 2 7_ 66 6 71 7h 80 80 78 80
21 72 73 70 68 72 74 00 80 79 g
22 71 72 70 67 68 75 80 80 80 78 80
23 6 72 70 67 69 7 81 80 80 78 80
24 66 7h 70 68 72 75 80 80 80 78 79
25 67 70 70 70 72 7) 80 78 79 274 79
26 -- 65 6 71 70 69 75 80 78 7 77
27 65 66 72 68 76 80 79 78 76
28 64 67 72 70 66 76 79 79 80 78 77
29 -- 66 66 72 66 76 80 80 79 78 78
s 68 64 72 66 76 8o 80 80 78 78
1 --1 66 73 68 78 77 79


17 17 IV


0 7 69 73 77 79


Avg 69 70 69





Table 8. Monthly Mean Discharge of Streams
(In cubic feet per second)
(Note: Number preceding stream name refers to location in figure 2)

(19) Alfia River at Lithia
ear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr., May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
1935 69.8 108 156 299 52.6 191 1,080 373 2,537 180 101 74.5
1954 74.4 113 137 172 96.6 1,006 779 599 523 343 61.9 67.5
1935 70.4 56.0 35.4 46.8 33.6 62.3 124 340 1,958 285 94.7 178
1936 423 1,191 527 117 45.0 157 175 281 358 535 119 107
1937 78.5 282 250 665 185 164 67 594 440 167 136 228
1938 170 88.9 72.1 28.5 35.9 256 748 570 154 1,259 369 1354
1939 105 107 49.5 48.2 71.0 959 1,293 1,596 1,046 309 106 85.6
1940 221 387 276 179 36.2 102 171 242 109 50.9 28.0 67.1
1941 144 160 184 484 43.8 173 1,546 414 254 102 190 374
1942 312 311 714 156 60.5 379 501 155 209 56.7 33.6 57.7
1943 54.4 52.2 99.6 38.0 118 843 1,945 1,370 624 220 95.9 91.0
1944 91.8 65.1 119 6.1 32.7 64.4 550 680 224 395 110 76.2
1945 205 73.3 36.3 25.0 13.0 835 2,667 1,383 835 373 119 147
1946 192 146 303 40.9 89.1 155 678 701 480 225 89.5 68.4
197 65.2 177 493 503 166 544 691 1,072 2,528 527 286 257
1948 1,009 384 261 122 30.0 28.1 404 1,478 1,097 947 139 156
1949 90.6 70.1 43.0 27.6 18.7 236 191 2,136 1,001 827 228 146
1950 109 66.8 79.4 49.3 19.9 57.3 166 178 821 548 91.1 246
1951 141 180 109 528 51.3 27.0 203 342 349 345 169 120
1952 87.5 166 315 113 42.2 95.6 161 432 209 1,271 406 187
1953 580 355 151 119 36.5 254 518 913 1,810 774 718 766
1954 353 199 191 130 206 456 968 457 506 256 315 180
1955 197 182 113 132 46.2 95.1 355 384 579 136 158 110
1956 93.7 135 52.7 47.9 124 57.0 80.6 222 420 274 81.1 75.4
1957 114 142 50 444 748 407 514 1,045 1,087 607 19 177
1958 622 456 808 775 253 162 316 436 59 16 249 257

(20) Blaclwater Creek near Knights

1951 32.2 49.0 38.4 193 31.0 22.0 40.1 55.1 85.7 38.4 24.6 26.4
1952 20.4 35.5 183 33.8 68.1 77.0 77.9 a11 95.0 198 53.0 24.1
1953 45.6 61.7 28.9 29.5 9.97 25.9 204 500 759 248 223 255
1954 68.2 52.7 29.4 19.2 19.0 165 164 141 35.9 18.1 27.3 22.6
1955 27.8 48.8 17.1 15.8 8.51 6.02 58.1 178 153 33.1 61.7 29.5
1956 28.7 54.5 11.9 9.27 30.5 9.87 39.2 19.1 197 152 15.0 7.58
1957 12.9 27.5 128 131 232 89.2 56.3 273 254 1i7 17.8 19.2
1958 67.0 106 144 123 22.1 8.47 25.3 44.8 67.6 11.5 18.7 18.1









Table 8, (Continued)
(15) Fint creok near 'ihootos"oa

Y.r Jai feb, Mu. Apr. My June July Au spA, te, Ny ov, Dn
1956 43.5 9*70 4.96
,195 9.45 15.9 71.5 102 75.5 55,7 95.0 19.4 20 98,3 s0.9 36.8
195 755 80,0 U9 9.5 29.0 9.17 85.7 107 47.4 15.8 32.7 S6,7

(7) Inna Lake Outlet oear Luts

196 0.65 1.28 3.20 5.73 1.6 6.96 2.70 1,.3
7 0.49 0 0 0 0 0 .06 5.40 19.8 13.9 11.3 1.22
S 3.33 2,85 1.83 0 0 0 0 6.01 6,87 5.61 .45 .38
1949 .02 0 0 0 0 0 0 .27 4.89 15.1 5.17 1.57
1950 .68 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.72 7.06 3.17 2.55
195, 2.30 2.83 .09 ,24 0 0 0 0 .16

(24) Elllaborough River near aBney
193 3 0o8 131 106
19$ 103 122 158 177 18. 4,040 1,700 1,610 695 640 12. 101
1935 o10 129 97.7 70.0 79.2 89. 636 780 3,924 592 189 190
1936 46 2,027 880 187 86.5 285 442 267 271 534 210 151
1937 130 412 462 913 421 109 394 1,238 1,072 343 16 1457
1938 224 135 96.3 57.3 65.2 115 562 855 231 1,295. 542 1354
1939 115 96.4 66.8 70.0 89.3 485 1,913 1,521 1,524 557 116 91.9





Table 8. (Continued)


(11) Brooker Creek near Odessa


Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1946 5.11 1.42 2.75 15.3 27.3 21.7 20.1 5.30 2.16'
1947 0.70 0.58 3.29 4.68 1.06 .07 7.69 42.1 9.1 0.1 16.5 6.72
1948 8.53 13.2 6.16 2.08 .26 .01 .54 3.15 4.76 8.57 2.88 1.56
1949 .59 .27 o 0 0 o 0 59.9 48.0 27.7 13.5 4.62
1950 2.09 .48 .29 .04 0 0 5.87 10.9 43.7 8.21 .25 2.75
1951 4.44 4.57 1.97 1.79 .32 0 0 .92 5.45 3.50 2.35 4.04
1952 5.o 3.76 10.2 12.6 2.1 1.62 1.69 8.06 8.25 14.6 10.1 2.39
1953 1.74 2.59 1.95 4.68 2.65 .46 2.01 28.5 56.8 34.1 7.78 14.2
1954 11.5 .85 1.82 1.19 .21 .55 4.10 5.11 16.2 18.2 2.88 1.47
1955 1.52 2.89 .82 .12 0 0 .06 5.57 22.6 6.82 .007 0
1956 '0 0 0 0 0 0


(21) Bullfrog Creek near Wimauma

1956 56.2 1.17 0.56
1957 2.51 1.86 24.5 29.2 21.6 42.9 56.2 79.9 41.1 55.6 2.17 .7-59
19q8 55.7 47.5 78.7 108 6.69 4.56 26.5 25.8 8.52 18.1


(25) Drainage Ditch at Bearse Ave., near Sulphur Springs

1946 6.95 8.06 11.9 10.1 5.40 1.72
1947 0.09 0.05 1.89 4.89 1.47 0.13 12.8 58.3 76.1 51.1 20.2 6.09
1948 10.7 19.6 8.45 .85 .23 .58 .26 25.2 12.6 19.6 2.76 2.55
1949 1.77 .96 .26 .08 .02 .04 0 25.5 55.5 59.5 6.62 1.04
1950 .68 0 0 0 0o 3.66 2.30 56.0 4.96 1.26 1.45
1951 2.16 3.81 .59 1.45 .36 0 0 2.16 25.1 20.4 4.08 4.21
1952 1.54 .46 4.02 4.28 .09 .25 2.36 16.9 7.20 11.6 6.01 1.28
1955 1.45 .91 0 0 0 0 0 10.2 39.5 17.5 5.59 22.0
1954 7.92 1.19 1.08 .72 1.90 6.61 10.2 29.8 19.5 10.0 2.41 2.28
1955 2.32 3.19 .13 .06 0 0 .01 .12 6.79 1.29 .22 .05
1956 .01 .05 o 0 o o o o o o










Table 8. (Continued)
(95) HitlUorough River near Taunpa
Year Jan,M -l Apr. May Ju W July Augpt". Ot ., MoY-. l.-
19)8 1,257 573 164
19;9 154 128 97,@ 1o6 90.8 490 1,886 1,475 1,67 61 171 17
1940 808 502 340 351 103 225 430 509 89 16 9575 110
1941 235 384 800 1,856 145 145 3,108 688 852 177 227 27
1941 775 354 1,650 638 171 246 2o3 525 69 169 10 102
194. 96.6 89.8 106 86.2 88.4 877 ,384 1,780 1,814 477 165 140
1945 533 169 110 84.8 65.9 956 4,647 5,01 2,869 880 298 185
1946 21 259 765 111 90.0 2 839 1,377 733 545 155 87.7
1947 55.7 91.2 35 449 123 534 1,465 2,168 3,501 1,850 782 404
194 1,279 1,273 510 212 113 69.4 299 2,192 832 1,079 120 119
1949 4.3 50.0 49.9 5535 50.0 30.7 36.1 1,414 2,366 2,508 347 247
1950 507 88.1 81.6 72.1 33.9 26.2 193 147 3,844 615 236 364
1951 555 24 199 406 186 52.4 144 498 697 751 221 358
1952 165 169 521 598 80.1 257 226 644 .29 787 591 141
1953 188 51 171 1,065 217 170 469 1,965 4,371 8,795 640 1,795
1954 850 250 177 103 97.8 327 723 1,199 08 268 109 129
1955 125 216 76.6 6. 55.1 4. 15 00 1, 191 197 120
1956 8.1 174 42.9 13.9 14.8 8.48 31.5 35.9. 4 712 172 46.1
1957 4.8 9. 66 759 88 318 528 1,34 1,790 1,368 157 119
1956 41 486 1,975 7 204 74.5 494 811 238


(26) Hillsborough River near Zephyrhille

10o ooi aOhn Aa e


19)
194
1942
1941
1948
1945
1946
1945
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1957
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958


110
112
352
67.3
89.3
152
1753
76.3
868
89.8
157
143
103
lo5
109
96.9
78.0
199


226
157
252
65.1
80.0
89.5
136
97.5
442
74.0
101
173
136
178
130
139
117
96.2
332


185
369
826
73.6
88.2
69.9
274
175
289
58.8
97.2
156
401
1532
116
86.1
75.9
258
693


211
942
251
58.6
83.6
60.9
97.1
239
115
57.1
94.4
368
222
491
96.8
81.7
70.0
319
3253


77.8
95.5
89.8
69.5
60.5
55.7
102
117
70.0
59.0
76.2
131
154
97.6
99.2
75.4
93.0
333
111


93.1
102
209
303
56.5
625
189
363
67.6
73.4
82.2
98.7
198
117
296
69.5
70.1
169
113


162
684
329
1,092
129
1,95
691
175
953.
IF.9
140
169

126
95.5
8082
152


175
269
11o
692
377
1,468
500
867
1,102
929
112
298
358
1,037
417
446
83.0
625
152


195
112
163
658

1,116
o49

987
1,255
562
216
2,001
124
563
364
654
152


77.6
83.8
77.6
474
310
156
506
593
688
184
344
364

116
487
415


127
63.0
86.8
189
128
95.4
345
102
155
121
199
155
374
107
149
115
106


73.6
63.6
84.9
91.6
140
85.5
188
113


102
665
103
101
71.7
107





Table 8. (Continued)


(9) Hutchina Lake Outlet near Lutz


Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1946 0.05 0. 0.88 .75 6.44 2.53 0.31 0.10
1947 0.003 0.13 0.40 0.41 .06 .41 4.94 10.4 12.9 7.81. 5.32 1.13
1948 3.31 2.69 1.40 .09 .02 o .09 3.88 2.90 2.68 .29 .25
1949 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 3.25 3.42 4.60 1.86 .50
1950 .31 .06 .14 .0 0 0 .40 2 6.65 2.16 .56 .52
1951 .80 1.08 .19 .22 0 o .05 .34 .53 1.00 2.60 2.15
1952 .26 .27 .95 .65 .06 .36 .51 1.87 .97

(27) Little Manatee River near Wimauma

1939 14.2 2.- 622 574 1,209 276 83.9 24.3 23.1
1940 76.3 146 77.0 45.7 12.2 73.4 136 269 129 37.7 11.1 35.4
1941 98.6 84.8 89.4 203 11.6 113 737 98.4 127 35.9 105 89.7.
1942 110 224 200 54.5 1.0 146 146 5.1 49.5 12.0 8.91 14.5
1943 17.2 15.9 40.8 15.2 23.1 542 1,279 964 396 166 32.1 31.8
1944 35.0 19.4 56.5 21.0 10.5 50.2 132 82 212 178 28.7 25.0
1945 62.4 21.8 12.0 6.78 3.75 543 1,444 685 434 115 51.5 41.3
1946 58.7 48.0 83.8 11.0 17.8 107 896 811 522 128 28.8 24.5
1947 4.9 89.0 354 93.0 68.0 258 oo 622 1,180 150 80.4 78.3
1948 483 86.6 99.3 77.2 14.4 8.48 334 619 713 438 33.3 33.0
1949 23.0 17.8 12.3 8.51 6.61 39.7 94.2 932 459 350 52.6 28.4
1950 22.0 16.6 17.7 14.1 13.5 17.5 275 258 569 159 27.3 113
1951 66.2 72.9 21.3 200 14.2 5.13 192 4355 41 204 41.5 34.6
1952 22.6 53.0 128 35.7 13.6 37.3 43.8 262 262 1,160 152 73.9
1953 248 162 34.1 47.9 9.91 55.3 72.4 255 974 90 418 290
1954 165 51.1 37.6 48.5 117 165 551 175 525 98.9 83.5 64.5
1955 57.0 40.2 25.3 22.1 11.0 26.2 208 650 383 36.7 33.4 26.9
1956 21.2 51.3 13.3 10.0 46.0 8.74 17.9 96.2 141 168 20.8 17.9
1957 30.4 40.0 163 134 176 348 239 476 229 306 35.2 79.4
1958 410 220 550 439 81.0 82.9 231 166 70.7








Table 6, (Conlinied)
(28) North .Po, A.l laS kver at Keyville

r ar Jaa, eb. Mar. Apr. ay June July Aug. Sept. Ct c, Nov, Deg,
1950 8,9 15.7 5111 52.4 368 151 40,4 94,8
1951 50,1 72,6 56.9 16 27,6 12.8 103 u6 UL7 92.0 79,0 50,
1952 40.4 78.5 151 59.8 22.2 35.5 70,7 221 73.9 4&1 148 68.3
1953 11 18 54,7 46.5 175 139 308 482 776 316 299 320
19134 2,1 72.5 52.2 96,5 1 445 174 174 98,2 118 7.9
1955 89.6 75.4 52,4 49.9 27,0 67,4 184 175 312 77.3 89.4 64.8
1956 55.5 71.2 33.1 39.6 77.4 41.0 59.7 116 207 147 41,5 38.5
1957 59.5 81.6 151 193 363 150 225 533 597 266 71.8 97.4
1958 263 223 323 250 125 69.1 92.1 199 188


(29) Pemberton Creek near Doer

1956 12.9 18.1 5.8 5.2
1957 6.77 10.1 31.7 36.8 37.4 24.1 3.6 88.1 90.0 42.1 10.7 13.4
1958 27.0 28.7 36.4 32.6 11.5 9.92 36.1 32.3 17.9 5.57 14.7 14.4


(30) cbw Creek near Sulphur Springs
S751953 ... ,. 5523.0 b.9.2 1 ..21 22-.9 565 103 10o .7 a4.0
1954 34.5 9.28 6.85 7.47 9.54 10.3 52.3 68.1 104 40.8 17.3 9.84
1955 10. 16.1 5.57 3.63 .63 .58 1.86 7.61 60.5 5.34 736 2.73
1956 4.38 10.3 3.43 1.94 1.91 1.30 1.97 4.35 12.2 5.91 2.67 1.98
1957 2.35 2.48 18.9 78.0 26.7 59.4 79.2 185 127 78.5 6.29 4.83
1958 20.0 38.2 92.9 47.1 11.2 3.69 37.1 73.3 25.0


(31) Sixil1 Creek at Tampa
1956 29.6 18.8 15.8
1957 20.5 22.2 35.6 40.7 36.2 44.6 83.0 183 65.2 71.5 35.7 36.4
1958 47.6 69.0 86.4 53.7 39.0 39.4 '71.4 104 37.0 33.5 28.5 34.9













Table 8. (Continued)
(32) Sveetvater Creek near Suphur Sprinac

rear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. y Jume a Ju Aug. Sept. Oct. mBv. Dee.
1951 1.21 1.17 1.17
1952 0.44 0.46 1.97 1.32 0.11 0.30 2.25 5.90 4.94 6.72 1.71 .28
1953 .98 2.05 1.34 2.14 .57 .10 1.42 19.2 26.5 25.6 8.80 9.70
1954 3.55 .91 .64 .16 .06 .05 .28 2.18 7.05 1.36 1.21 1.16
1955 .89 1.11 .7 .31 0 0 .05 .15 3.85 .82 .40 .15
1956 .12 .2 .03 0 0 0 .02 0 0 .01 0 0
1957 0 0 .07 .84 1.12 10.7 11.5 52.1 30.4 27.4 .42 .46
1958 2.56 5.05 1..7 22.2 5.00 .76 13.9 23.9 9.46




Table 9. Measured Flow of Cypress Creek Near Sulphur Springs
(In cubic feet per second)

Date Elevation Discharge
(mal) (cfs)

May 2, 1956 0

Aug. 28, 1956 0
Sept. 26, 1956 25.14 0

Nov. 6, 1956 24.97 0

Dec. 13, 1956 24.46 0

Jan. 22, 1957 24.90 0

Mar. 7, 1957 25.07 0

Apr. 17, 1957 25.76 18.8

May 30, 1957 25.37 7.30
July 11, 1957 25.82 25.8

Aug. 27, 1957 26.75 307
Oct. 2, 1957 27.74 608

Nov. 19, 1957 25.02 0

Dec. 31, 1957 25.24 0

Feb. 26, 1958 26.30 -

Mar. 4, 1958 27.56 569

Apr. 24, 1958 26.29 195
June 18, 1958 24.03 0

Ang. 19, 1958 27.38 572
Oct. 8, 1958 25.28

Mar. 23, 1959 30.70


30





Table 10. Records of Wells
YLeld: Pumping rate in gallons per minute (gpm)/ drawdown in feet (dd)/ hours pumped (hrs).

Use: D, domestic or commercial; I, industrial; Ir, irrigation; 0, observation; P, public supply; R, return or drainage; S, stock watering; T, test hole; U, unused.

Remarks: Prefixes W and Wgi denote Florida Geological Survey well numbers; WSP, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper; chloride data were determined in the field
and do not meet laboratory standards for precision and accuracy.

Casing Water level Chloride content

al Oi Loc o Yieldo p
Well Owner Location g gp ddhrs a. W Remarksg

_4 _I_________"___ _Ii!s I IIw____ aI &o ____
__ __ ,


Murray Harrison


Harlee Farms


Murray Harrison

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


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


J. Raymer


J. Stevens


The Canada Corp.


State Road Dept.



Murray Harrison


Clifton Brock


R. B. Anderson


SEkSeZ sec. 33
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SsB:Wk sec. 32
T. 32 S., R. 18 E.

SBkSEt sec. 25
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SYBtk sec. 26
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SW% sec. 33
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

NtkSBI sec 33
T. 32 S., R. 19 E.

SEkSWk see 30
T. 328 ., R. 19 E.

SBkNHk sec 33
T. 32 S., R. 18 E.

1WkWk sec 35
T. 32 S., R. 16 B.


SWkSWk sec 24
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SWkW sec 28
T. 32 S., R. 22 8.

NBSWk see 20
T. 32 S., R. 21 E.


13.5


600


120


10


25


500


1,000


553


300



18


903


600


3


8


2k


2


2


6


8


8


6



24


10


10


60


10





150


132





21.3


22.9


738-206-1


738-231-5


739-203-1


739-204-1


739-207-1


739-224-1


739-226-2


739-230-1


739-240-1



740-204-1


740-207-1


740-213-1


4.6


7.9







6.0


+6.4


+1.3


20.9


+11.6


12-11-56


2-20-52







12-11-56


5-11-51


9- 9-58


9-10-58


5-24-55


6


25
26



20---


20
18




25


59.2 2-12-58 1-----


44.8


2-14-58


L2-10-56


2-20-52
8- 7-56



5-1-51*-


5-11-51
7-28-58




L2-19-50


Casing seated on hardpan


Temp, 780P, 2-20-52; 80'F, 8-7-58


Water level below 25 ft, capped
and abandoned

Casing seated on hardpan

---------------Do


Temp. 77'F, 7-28-58; 77F, 8-7-58




Measured depth 270 ft, 1-18-50


Skyway 2; water from 230 ft contained
16,000 ppm chloride; temp. 78'F,
5-24-55

Casing seated on hardpan


2,640 ft south and 660 ft east of
northwest section corner

6-inch liner from 263-320 ft to
seal off caving material


18 ---


160 126.3


128 86










Table 10,.-Coollaued
Casing W4 F leveW l Chloride cuoc n



pi u Loctor|" i /dd/hr. '- I -ark.


",__ __ sa a _
.. S


L, Le, L


Mr. ralmors


amueal Hammond


1. J. Claprood


Z. J. aige


C. S. Hancock


Mrs. J. Bannes


Powell Farms


R. J. Claprood






Clifton Brock


Karngeil Ranch Inc.


wsIaW sre. 25
T. 32 8., R. 20 E.

SiksWk sec. 19
T. 32 S., I. 20 E.

N~SII sec. 21
T. 32 S., R. 19 8.

M3kv sec. 23
T. 32 8., R. 18 1.

8k1 k src. 14
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SkSWk sec. 14
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

SkWkS sec. 15
T. 32 S., R. 19 B.

S tNk sec. 15
T. 32 S., R. 19 E.

kLNWk sec. 21
T. 32 S., R. 18 E.





SBZ k sec. 12
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.

BkSBk sec. 7
T. 32 R. 22 E.


53










10


12


200


35









140


298


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


...**------


300

...........




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





100


350


5,8


26.2


+24.2


1.9


2.5


1.0


14.7


+3.8


+15
+17
+16
+13
+10.2
+13
+11.8

57.0


57.7


2-14-58


1-17-51


2-15-51


9- 9-58


2-12-58


2-12-58


9-10-58

,......


2- 4-58
3- 6-58
4- 2-58
5- 8-58
6- 5-58
7- 2-58
9- 9-58

2-13-58


2-13-58


25
20

6


23







25


25
35
33
31
34
32
29
31



12


2-26-51
8- 7-58
8- 7.58


2-12-58







10-19-50


11-16-50
2- 4-58
3- 6-58
4- 2-58
5- 8-58
8- 7-58
10-11-59
10-13-59



8-22-58


740-215-1


740-220-1


740-224-1


740-228-3


741-204-1


741-204-2


741-224-1


741-229-2


741-230-6






742-203-1


742-208-1


Temp. 78'1, 2-26-51; 77'F, 8-7-58


Temp. 77F, 8-7-58


Dug well vith brick curb; temp. 61'F,
2-12-58

Casing seated on hardpan




Temp. 77.5*F, 10-19-50


Temp. 76.5F, 11-16-50; 791*, 3-6-58;
84'F, 4-2-58; 78'1, 5-8-58; 79%.
8-7-58







Water contains much 828





Teb'e lO.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride contend

lS 3on e-on ow-
i 5 s Well Owrr Location t ,.g gp./ield 3 arke
edi~ld i I1 ji..jI .|IC/
w larg ihe forme wi


742-216-1



742-219-1



742-224-5


742-226-12


742-228-11


742-229-9


743-212-1



743-215-1


743-216-1


743-226-2


743-227-5


744-208-1


744-215-1


Brady, Knovlton, and
Greene


Paul Carter



R. Deal


Dickman Farms


Henry Willis


J. Morgan


Virgil Siams



A. H. Crowell, Jr.


Brady, Knowlton, and
Greene

Paul Dickman


Chase and Co.


State of Florida


Bethel Sweat


SWNk seec. 11
T. 32 8., R. 20 E.


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


SklWk sec. 9
T. 32 S., R. 19 E.

VaLSBt sec. 7
T. 32 S., R. 19 E.

SWSWW sec. 11
T. 32 S., R. 18 E.

SkSZk sec. 10
T. 32 S., R. 18 E.

NWkS sec. 4
T. 32 S., R. 21 E.


SWSWkS see. 6


S~BSS sec. 2
T. 32.S., R. 21 B.

S1AS9k see. 6
T. 32 S., R. 19 B.

SBkSWk sec. 1
T. 32 S., R. 18 S.

SWkNA sec. 31
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.

NEZkNB see. 36
T. 31 S., R. 20 B.


801106


56.0
56.9
56.8

49.7



+3.8


+7.6


+5.7


+11.9





62.5


62


7.8


+9.7


32


62


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





200

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




1,000



250


250

.-.o........


2-28-58
5-24-58
9- 9-58

8-23-51



9-10-58


9-10-58


9-10-58


10-27-50





5-19-58


1957


9-10-58


9-12-58


9-29-53


1951


9





25











5




25


25





50


7-.-- U



7-31-58 0


L0-31-52





10-27-50
8- 7-58





8- 7-58




10-24-50


1-22-52




12-13-50


Two large sinkholes formed within
200 ft of well 2 months after teat
pumping 500 gpm for 3 days

Continuous water-level record from
8-23-51; also known as observation
well tiillsborough 500




Temp. 77.5', 10-31-52





Temp.78'F, 10-27-50; 75*F, 8-7-58


Southern Petroleum MLzzel; oil
test, plugged and abandoned, salt
water reported at 1,900 ft depth

Deepened from 780 to 1,489 ft to
increase yield




Temp. 78'F, 10-24-50




W-3025, supplies Hurrah Tower facility


19511 640










Table I0.-*Coagiaud


OMeat


744-224-1


744.224158


744-225S2


744-225-13


744-225-39




744-226-4


744-226-9






744-226-16


744-226-31


745-207-1


745-207-2


745-213-1


L0octIam


Lelsey and Son


Dickun farms


C. L. Council


Dickman Forms


C. L. Council




Sam Hindman


Troy Alan






Dickmen Farms


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


S. E. Thatcher


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


Balm Industries


|i


C. Sa


SSlk rse. 33 1950
1, 31 S., R. 19 I.

SBkW sesc. 33 1947
T, 31 S., A. 19 X.

nkW 84c. 5 *...
T. 32 S., R. 19 E.

Wk l sec. 32 ...
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.

NWNE s -e. 32 **..
1. 31 S., A. 19 ,.



SSk si e. 31
7,. 31 S., A. 19 E,

StS'k see. 31 1949
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.





N3tSE sec. 31 ...
T. 31 S., R. 19 Z.

SE4SE see. 30 --.
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.

MtkMEk sec. 29 1950
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.

SlSEVk ec. 20 1950
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.

MWkNE sec. 29 1955
T. 31 S., R. 21 E.


450


400








500




525


600






450


427


800


816


760


Iedld
spa/ddlbrs


S250


***.........


......o......


..----.....o
.***..*.*.*..


W4ce8 level




W s,


33




26












48


100


121


le4oeae P~l


5=


2S





25


570


3

II.


11-30-50





7-25-52


2-28-52


18,4


8.6


7.1


9.1


6.8




6.2


4.2






5.4


3.7





130


130


+3.6


+3.2


+11.1


+6.3


+7.5




+4.7


+12.0
+14.0
+14.0
+11.3
+12.0
+11.5

+9.0


9.5





64


84.6


rMIksi


I ......


9-L2 58


11-30-50


4-25-51


9-10-58


2-28-52




9-10-58


2- 4-58
3- 6-58
4- 2-58
6- 5-58
7- 2-58
9-10-58

9-12-58


11-30-50





3-29-50


5-24-58


.....o..o...


........o...


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


.........o..
............


**** *** ***


**** *** ***


---- --- ---


.. .


---


--


I


flows during rainy season only


Tlap, 77.5', 11-30-50; 75'F,
8-7-58







Continuous water-level record from
7-13-50; coep. 82'7, 2-28-52; lsol
known as abservtion well Hillr-
borough 30

Tmp. 78*1, 11-1-50


Temp. 79'F, 12-13-50; 81'F, 8-7-58






Temp. 7807, 11-1-50


Temp. 80'7, 11-30-50; 81",F 3-6-58;
81r., 4-2-53; 753*, 8-7-58




W-2152, water surges 2 ft in well


Deepened from 550 to 760 ft to
increase yield


30


245

******



--..-.


LI- 1-50


L1-30-50


25 l l- o Ir


50 L2.13-50 IrD








Table 1O.--Continued

Casing Water level Chloride content


I -i 4 ? ,^ Y 4,
v 'c^ l I. u9dd/hra'. ASg
W411 Owner Loeld a a 4 aE


745-215-1


745-225-15


746-207-1


746-209-1


746-210-1


746-214-1


746-223-2


746-224-4


746-224-5


746-224-10


747-203-1


747-204-1


747-210-1


747-220-1


I. G. Sweat


fauline HcHargue


S. E. Thatcher


American Agriculture
Chemical Co.

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


Bethel Sweat


Dickman Farms

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


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


.---- -doa----


L. B. Anderson


International
Hinerals & Chem. Co.

American Agricultural
Chemical Co.

Council Faeus


SEZSEk sec. 24
T. 31 S., R. 26 E.

NEWt sec. 29
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.

MESEU sec. 20
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.

H~ieNA sec. 24
T. 31 S., R. 21 E.

SWkSWk sec. 13
T. 31 S., R. 21 8.

NkNlk sec. 19
T. 31 S., R. 21 E.

8WNAE sec. 22
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.

NIhSWk sec. 21
T. 31 S., R. 19 E.

WksWi sec. 21
T. 31 S., R. 19 S.

SBhNUI see. 21
T. 31 S., R. 19 S.

SW KSE sec. 12
T. 31 S.. R. 22 S.

SWikNS sec. 14
T. 31 S., R. 22 5.

WJSWt sec. 13
T. 31 S., R. 21 E.

MN31E sec. 18
T. 31 S., R. 20 E.


650


345


501


700


805


690


340


300

387


483


400


850


863


520


----- 144


30 5.5


120 125

---- 22.4


103 122


165 128


23 8.3

-- 4.4


56 -----


37 12.1




134 158


202 -


100 39.3


99.7


+7.4


58.5


72.7


68.7


86.5


+5.5


+9.4


+11.1


+8.0


2-27-58


9-10-58


2-13-58


4- 7-58


4- 7-58


5-24-58


9-10-58


9-10-58


11-17-50


11-15-50


3,000/35/8













300










500


25










7


20


205


35


40




8


LO-13-50










7-29-58


10-31-50


10- 5-50


11-17-50


10- 5-50


Test bole drilled for Rumble Oil Co.


Temp. 76', 10-13-50


Wgi-567, water surges 2 ft in well


American Agricultural Chemical Co.
Boyrett 2

Amertcan Agricultural Chemical Co. 13
or Boyette 3

80 ft, t0-inch casing; 165 ef of
S-inch casing

Temp. 78*7, 10-31-50

Temp. 79"', 10-5-50; 78*', 8-7-58


Temp. 77', 11-17-50; 79'?, 8-7-58


Temp. 77.5'?, 10-5-50; 76*F, 8-8-58


7-28-58 Ir Water contains much 82S


4- 7-58 9 7-28-58 I


3-12-57 ..---.-- ....


Water level below surface 57 ft in
1945, 77 ft in 1949


82.7( 2-13-58









Tlble 10.--Continued


747-222-18


747-223-6


748-205-1


748-208-1


748-222-6


748-223-8


748-223-10


748-223-19


749-215-1


749-219-1


749-222-1


749-222-4


750-208-1


750-208-2


Location


j i i F +


Powell Frmus


gliberry Farm


J. R. Hall

., S. Jameson


Powell Ferms

John Kushaer

........do.****..---


........do*.------


J. A. Kays


Beverly Hills Dairy


Joe Fernandez


T. E. Mabry


Royce Dixon


Hillsborough County IkNZEMk sec. 30 19
Bd. of Public Instr. T. 30 S., R. 22 E.


NmkSW sec. 11
T. 31 I., R. 19 t.

syWkt se. 15
T. 31 8,, R. 19 E.

SwkSEz see. 3
T. 31 8., R. 22 1.

wca sre,. 7
T. 31 8,, R. 22 3.

sklw lsec. 11
T. 31 I., R. 19 3.

WirNkk sec. 10
T. 31 8., R. 19 3.

NuNEk see. 10
T. 31 8., R. 19 E.

SWkSA Ise. 3
T. 31 S., R. 19 3.

NHkml sec. I
T. 31 8., R. 20 3.

3N3W sec. 4
T. 31 S., R. 20 E.

SASZ% sec. 35
T. 30 8., R. 19 E.

NtksVk sec. 35
T. 30 S., R. 19 E.

WISZk sec. 30
T. 31 8.. R. 22 E.


Ypeldl
gps/ddlhrs


10,7 100


6,1 300

qs ............


36


18

135


4,498


31


31







50


175







65


139


Water level



*III I
Iai i


,. r .. .


r


Chloride onaeB
eh.lorl fomt_#


hi
i-i


+2,2


7.0


38




+6.4


+8.5


+8.0


+1.0


38.8


57


1.2


+3.1


8


iI


9-11-58




12- -56




10-16-50


10-11-50


10-11-50


9- 8-58


5-24-58


2-29-56


5-24-58


9-20-51


Berks


Ir Temp. 76*F, 10-L6-50


Ir Temp. 77.59F, 11-21-50


D 2-inch liner L35-145 ft,
shuts off crumbling material

T W-100, Humble Oil Co. 1 T. S. Jameson;
casing pulled, plugged and abandoned

tr Temp, 74.5, 10-16-50; 770, 8-8-58


Ir Temp. 80*F, 10-11-50; 79"F, 88--58


Ir Temp. 77*7, 10-11-50; 77TF, 8-8-38


D Temp. 77*V. 10-9-50


D Yield reported to be low

D W-36860


210 9-20-51 Ir Temp. 76*7, 8-8-58


4-20-51 ------ ------- t


48.5 4-11-551--- ------ I


W-2416, yield insufficient, casing
pulled, plugged and abandoned


250


200


250




110/10


125

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


30/24

100


I I


| .


E


25

-----


12




25

200


90


120




18


25


10-16-50




12-12-56




10-16-50


10-11-50


LO-11-50


10- 9-50




6- 3-58


12-15-50


CtL





Table 10.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride content

I S 8 ~
Well o r Location YieldReml
Well Oer Loaton a s mdd/l hra A 6


IM q Hsl~v J l


750-222-1


751-203-1




751-204-1


751-207-1





751-207-2


751-208-1


751-218-1


751-218-2


751-218-3



751-231-1



752-207-1


:istal Park Court


Seaboard Air Line
IR.


J. Souherland


Lillie Rulet




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


Grays Grocery


J. A. Hays

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


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



City of Port Tampa




lma Kinsey


SWkSWI. sec. 26
T. 30 S., R. 19 E.

NKNWk see. 24
T. 30 S., R. 22 E.



NWhkNW sec. 24
i. 30 S., R. 22 E.

SWAMSW sec. 21
T. 30 S., R. 22 E.




SWcSWk sec. 21
r. 30 S., R. 22 E.

SWkSE sec. 19
r. 30 S., R. 22 E.

RW'SZk sec. 21
r. 30 S., R. 20 ,.

SSWiS sec. 21
i. 30 S., R. 20 B.

SWkNWk sec. 21
r. 30 S., R. 20 E.


hWNWk sec. 20
r. 30 S., R. 18 E.



SWtNWk sec. 16
r. 30 S., R. 22 E.


65






35





40


51





140


150



160


119.7

---




43.3





45.4














5


L946 820 24- 304 58.4 3,625/18
18


18


-20
4-20
110.2
+21.3
22.5

17.5


7


45


45


41



1.7
3.2
2.5


+.8


---------- 3.
-- 43.3


6-21-57




1953


1-17-57
3-12-57
4- 9-57
5-15-57
6-14-57

1-17-57


9- -54











4-18-34
6- 8-58
9-16-58


1-26-57


5- 9-52


---3-5 Itr


1-30-59 V


210









10




10


14


34 8-15-58 U



14 7-29-58 0


Abandoned railroad supply, altitude
at top of casing 122.3 ft, water level
43.5 ft below land surface, reported
6-28-48




Water contains much 2S, considerable
use for alleged medical value, free
flowing well








Honey-combed chert and limestone from
240-265 ft yielded most of the water




Deepened from 400 to 715 ft to increase
yield, well bottoms in hard, brown
limestone

WSP 773-C 816; formerly used as municipal
supply for irrigation and general service
water for City; 300 test wells drilled in
area failed to yield potable water

W-1448; formerly Elanor Iine supply;
water level +15 ft in 1946, +8 ft in
1947; mud-filled cavity at 350 ft;
cemented then drilled; well flows 500 gpm


-"-'-----


50





40


30




-----------


-. .- .. -


1-30-59


6- 3-58










TUbl| 10..-Coaotlaud


Owoer


___________ I- -7-1-


752-208-1



752-217-1


752-218-1


752-220-1


752-230-1


753-206-1



753-213-1


753-219-1


753-219-2




753-223-1


753-224-1


754-205-1


754-206-1


La&e ton


C*lng





aw d
n' i


Yld hr
gpa/dd/hre


t4evr veli



3. ?

Ilil
Iai


hloride coneal



1i


American Agricultural
Chemical Co,


Henry Merrill


C. L. lima


U.S. Phosphoric
Products Corp.

C. S. McDaniels


State of Florlda



D. H. Sevell


J. A, Bishop

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




E. H. Forreater


L. H. Adsas


S. D. Gooch


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


170 *....


S kNE ase. 18 1925
T. 30 S., R, 22 E,


WtSUW sec. 14 195f
T, 30 S., .. 20 E.

WUSWk sec. 9 1954
T. 30 S., R. 20 E.

NtSZk sec. 18 ...
T. 30 S., A. 20 1.

NSUWk see. 16 1955
1. 30 S., R. 18 E.

NIkwtW sec. 10 1939
T. 30 S., R. 22 E.


SlkWk sec. 8 1956
T. 30 S., R. 21 2.

NYtSE sec. 8 1956
T. 30 S., R. 20 E.

NkSmk sec. 8 1956
T. 30 S., R. 20 E.



SWkSWk sre. 11 1945
T. 30 S., R. 19 E.

SW SWk sec. 3 1951
T. 30 S., R. 19 E.

IWkSWk sec. 2 1953
I. 30 S., R. 22 E.

SWkWk sec. 3 --.
r. 30 S., R. 22 E.


3,900



100







100/5


23


54





52






150


238


21







135


41


+4.8 b1-21-34


+6.2


10.5


12.6


7


+3.9
+5.0
+5.1

38.1





10






8


8


17


11-17-58


8-15-S4


12-10-56


8- 6-55


1-16-57
3-12-57
4- 9-57

9-18-58





1956






2-21-51


8- -53


13


248


1,560


143


17


3,275
3,2....


1934



1.30-59


6- 3-58


7-28-58


6-10-58


1-11-57


2- -51
******.


1- -56 ------I ------.


- -- --


200


150/6

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


.~ -. --


I


W-1191 WSP 773-C, no, 27; American
Agricultural Chemical Co. 8, or
Carmchael L; flowed 660 gpm in 1929

Well supplies 2 fish pools


W-3377


Reported abandoned because of high
chloride content of water

W-3625, water contains much 02S,
was fresh when drilled

Test hole on site of proposed canal;
well is buried under concrete slab;
temp. 73"7, 1-11-57




Sand end black organic material from
surface to 238; plugged end abandoned

Water highly colored at times; contains
much H2S, iron, very hard; water level
10 ft in the zone from 33-160 ft; rock
at 18 ft

Supplies fish farm


W-2381; casing pulled; plugged and
abandoned




2 identical wells 20 ft apart an
common header





Table 10.--Continued

Casing g Vater level Chloride content


Well Owner Location o p/dd/hr a 8


hmerican Agricultural SETk sec. 6 1934
Chemical Co. T. 30 S., R. 22 .


754-208-1



754-213-1



754-219-1


754-221-1


754-229-1


754-230-1


754-230-2


755-203-1


755-203-2


755-203-3

755-204-1


755-204-2


755-206-1


SWNVNk se. 5 .1947
T. 30 S., R. 21 E.


H. M. .ulrennan



Purity Dairy


Edward Sweeting


L. H. Carlton, Jr.


A. L. Trayner

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


3. & S. Fasson


B. A. Esposito


J. A. Miles

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


0, S. Cunningham


Coronet Phosphate Co NElNB sec. 33
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.


805 26-
16


677 12


795 30-
18


361 I----


81


172 .....

-- 18


..- 10


75 9


31 ---


52 105


82 -----


80 .--.


80 ---.

--80


97 ---


4,635


17.9 3-25-35


.--.. -...----- 65 '17- -47 f---- --i--r---


60/7


75/4




90

500




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


3.000/25.5/
cont.


-.*
5.9


7.6


9.5


14.4

8


27


16


18


4-29-58


6-10-58


6-11-52


11-25-50

1955


1954


1939


1942


60




600


44


8-20-58


**-O--

6-10-58


6-10-58










7-29-58


HNEak sec. 5
T. 30 S., R. 20 E.

S5SWk sec. 36
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SW$SBg sec. 34
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


SWkNBk sec. 4
T. 30 S., R. 18 E.

SWkNkL sec. 4
T. 30 S., R. 18 E.

N1Sk. sec. 25
T. 29 S., R. 22 B.

NE6kSE see. 25
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SFEWTk sec.36
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SUWkNW sec. 36
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NWNk sece. 35
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.


W-267; WSP 773-C, no 26; U.S. Corps
of Army Engineers 402; American
Agricultural Chemical Co. 9, or
Carmichael 2

Water level remained 75 ft below
surface from 115 to 660 ft; rose to.
65 ft when 17 ft cavity was
encountered at 660 ft

Driller reports water-filled cavity
230-298 ft, sand nd clay 298-300 ft



Obettucted at 65 ft, 3 other walls
on property yielded water high in
chloride

W-2664, supplies trailer court


W-2296







Temp. 76*t, 6-21-57

Cavity 200-202 ft




Plugged and abandoned


3-17-5----- --------










Table IO,.CootHnued
Cali a Waler lIvel Chlortd cuntsn


lj~ u J (M fl&
o wner loaton 1 1 &hr r

i r, 1 g 5 5 I I
________ _______ I _____ I _____l _ii ____-_____
____ _____ ____ __ A. ____ "5 1 8 I t i __ _


755-206-2


755.207-1

755-212-1


755-212-2

755-215-1

755-215-2


755-215-3

755-218-1

755-221-1





755-221-2

755-226-1


755-229-1


Coronet Phosphate Ca


D, D. Hull

American Cyanamid Co


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


J. A. Miles

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


C. W. Luuden


C, R. Pierce

Clair Mel Builders





Chester Macntyre

Tampa Electric Co.

B. 0. Wilson


150 ..... 4,000/6/cont. 40


SEkIuk sec. 28
T. 29 S., R. 22 .,

S9VkW soc. 29
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

WSVkZk sec. 28
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

SlNZt sec. 28
T. 29 S., R. 21 1.

Swk W sec. 30
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

WkStSW sec. 30
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

NWkMEt sec. 36
T. 29 S., R. 20 S.

ntSEt saec. 28
T. 29 S,, R. 20 B.

SZkSWk see. 25
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.




SWclWk sec. 36
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SV SWk see. 19
T. 29 S,, R. 18 E.

WkSEk sec. 27
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


............ 32.6


3,500/60 39


6,250


3,500


3,500







120/8/4


5.0 900/17 5


1920 ... ....... u


3-18-51

1949


1956

6- -21


6- -28


1946

8-14-57

5- 5-58
7-30-58
9-17-58






1947

2-28-52


110 5- 5-58


Pump in well, not used since 19401
15-inch liner at unknown Interval
to shut off caving material



W-2008, water level 45 ft below
surface in 1950, air line 147 ft
long to 145 ft below surface

W-4109, air line 84 ft lonq to 82 ft
below surface

When Alafia River flooded, water
level rose 4 ft over night

Cavity at bottom of well, about 4 ft
of open cavity, more than 20 ft of sand
in cavity





W-4635; test well for subdivision
supply; water used in housing constru-
ction; temp. 77*F, 5-5-58; chloride
content increased with depth to 110 ppm
at total depth after pumping 1 hour at
90 gpm

Water black, has high H28 content

W-1604


W-2574, well buried


117

40





Table 10.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride content
S Yield

Well owner Location g1 /dd/r e

4'_ Q' i .s gId & .J
oSi~ Y~ .1l I iii
~~~~~~~~~ jA' Ira ___~ ~ii ____


755.


755



756'




756'


756


756-


756


756


756


756


756


756


756


-230-1 H. C. Kiehl


-231-1 C. G. Farber



-205-1 T. B. Ellis




-206-1 William Hart


-207-1 A. R. Haralson


-207-2 --------do--------


-207-3 J. C. McDonald


-211-1 J. F. Lee


-211-2 --------do--------


-212-1 American Cyanamid Coa


-214-1 C. W. Blanchard


-215-1 T. B. Turner


-215-2 V. R. Hunter


SEkA;e see. 28
T. 29 S., R. 18 8.

3N Wk sec. 32
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


MN1qkk sec. 17
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.



SWkNBk see. 21
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SBkSWk see, 21
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SEkSWk sec. 21
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNES sec. 29
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

SB3kS3 see. 22
T. 29 S.. R. 21 E.

SEkSt sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

SWSE1 sec. 21
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

ME!SWk sac. 19
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

8.SE1k see. 24
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SWABSE see. 24
T. 29 S., R. 20 E,


38


80


68




400




60


75


60


100/17


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




500/17/1




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


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


500





2,086/60/20




800


10- 5-52


6-10-58



3- -49




'6-26-57





6- -53




6-20-57







6-20-57


6-20-57


4-15-54


1,380



10


12







11


10


12


13


14


8-13-58


6-21-57 I D


6-26-57







6-20-57


4- 4-58


6-20-57


1-11-58


5-26-58


W-2755


W-2492, Crenothrix sp. thrive on
aerated water; chloride content d
water 158 ppm 9-18-51 after pumping
100 Spao for 14 hre
Cavity 90-94 ft, owner reports
difficulty in obtaining adequate water
supply north of State Road 60 in this
vicinity

Cavity 87-95 ft screened driven wells
in area yield water high in iron






10-inch liner from 175-205 ft to shut
off crumbling material






Supplies wayside park and picnic area


Abandoned, dry bottom in dry season


Well is on slope of large sinkhole


W-3216


35 116

----- -----










Teble 10,--Coat$uad


wnar


756.215-3


756-216-1


756-216-2


756-216-3


756-216-4


756-218-1


756-221-1


756-227-1



756-228-1


756-229-1


756-230-1


756-230-2


756-230-3


756-230-4


Locrr1on


T, 8. Turner


Hillsborough County
ad, of Public Initr,

., 0. Sm.th


Brandon Water Co,

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


Frank Ackerly


Two Brothers Dairy


Hotel Hillaboro



Independent Ice Co.



Culbreath Landscape
Nursery

C. F. Covgill


City Market Builders
Corp.

Tampa Electric Co.

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


n 4


A 1


90


225


78




156


52


55

-----


SWMk seec, 19
T. 29 8., R. 20 E.

WtNSEk sec. 23
T, 29 8., R. 20 E.

W'Wk sac. 26
T. 29 S., R. 20 X.

MVWSt sec. 23
T, 29 8., R, 20 E.

tkStk sec. 23
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SVk~W sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SWVkSu sec. 19
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SW5N.k sec. 24
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


WkhWk sec. 23
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


SWk~8k sec. 23
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

NWtSUk sec. 21
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

ntIn saec. 28
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SWMWk sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SWtNWk sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


60




111


117


vield
gpu/dd/hrs


94/10


8/2







10/4


100/6

...*........


Water level


. 1t
J'i
^g ?iT


45


37


58




34


16.2


11.4


17.1


6- -56


3-11-54


2-10-50




1-29-59


5-27-58


2- 4-58


6-28-57


charld d cunad I


.
35
bS
g


14


15




9


11


100


222


6I


5-26-58


5-26-58




1-30-59


5-27-58


5- 5-58


8-14-58


--------.. 1 10.6 15-27-58 ----- U -.. I


50/2


450


1081---- ----------- I 11


6-11-58


1949


3-28-56


5- 2-56


29


74


65

.0--


..0--


6-11-58


6-10-58


8-13-58

---.-.-


*******


tearks


D formerly supplled lirge sailll


D WV3181, Yates School supply


D V.2108


Well is 20 It southeast of 756.216-3


W-2303


W-1920


Abandoned, water rusted pipes and
equipment, becomes very salty when
pumped

Abandoned, water rusted pipes and
equipment, becomes very salty when
pumped

Water temp. 760F, 6-11-58




W-1989, quantity insufficient for
laundry, supplies car-wash water

W-3844, Tampa Electric Co. 3


W-3861, Tampa Electric Co. 4, deepened
from 220 to 355 ft, 6-28-56 to increase
disposal volume


--- 1 21


_r I I I


,


I I


I


,


, ,


-


wI~






Table 10.--Continued

Casing Water level Chloride content

O U oc n d a *
Hell Owner Location 0 W Repma/dd/hr 3 & Ramark
Well 0 4 gpm/dd/hr 9 6 j
&lu W 4. mS
S MS55 & ag 14 SS S14S
_____ ________ ________S a a a *<8 _____

756-230-5


756-230-6



756-230-7


756-231-1


757-203-1


757-203-2


757-206-1


757-207-1


757-209-2


757-209-3


757-212-1


757-212-2


757-212-3


757-213-1 ----.. do--------


ampa Electric Co.


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



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


J. A. Bevia


W. H. Merrin


D. E. Bailey


Walton Brothers


L. P. Plunkett


Lewis Wansley


W. C. Medley


American Cyanamid C


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


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


SWkWk sec. 22
T. 29 S., R.18 E.

SWkNW sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


SWkNWk sec. 22
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SEkSEk sec. 20
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SkSik sec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNE see, 13
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SWNEk sec. 16
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NE8SEk sec, 17
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNEt sec, 13
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

NEkENB see, 13
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

NWkSE sec. 16
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

NWkSB sec. 16
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

WhSSkt see, 16
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

NMhSW esec. 17
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.


122


116





106


88.1


88


88.2


400



450


50/10


75





350/7



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





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


..... .....


10.9


12



11


6


10


15


20.9


13.1


31


32


47.5


14.6


32.3


133


29


25








84


400


90


189


21


62


76


6-20-5(


2-17-5(



3-14-56


3- 2-54


1955


1956


1-24-57


3-17-58


1945


3-18-58


8-23-56


8-23-56


8-23-56


1937


152






44





10














10


10


9


4-25-58


8-14-58 R


----. Ir











---...... Ir


Ir


10- 8-57 0


10- 8-57 0


10- 8-57 0


Ir


.....

15:


-----. ----. 68


W-3966, Tampa Electric Co. 5, water
flowing over top of standpipe

W-3842, Tampa Electric Co. 1, chloride
sample composite of water from
750-230-6 and -7

W-3843, Tampa Electric Co. 2


W-3175, well is burled








Measured depth 210 ft, 1-10-57














Measured depth 21.1 ft, 11-23-56





Pumping level below 70 ft in 1946,
pump set at 80 ft'









Toble ID.-,.ontinued


Location


757-213-2

757-216-1

757-218-1

757-218-2

757-220-1

757-221-1

757-221-2

757-222-1

757-223-1

757-223-2

757-224-1

757-224-2

757-224-3

757-224-4

757-225-1


American Cyanamid Co SEk5Nk sec, 17
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.

J. E. Drake NlkSEk rsc, 14
T. 29 S. 20 E.

D. H. Woodberry HWkNk sec. 21
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

C. H. Fisher MwkNkt sec. 16
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

Rufus Quinn NEkNk eecc. 18
T. 29 8., R. 20 E.

Herman Sausage Co. StSc rsec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
........do -----. SEkStk sec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

Stauffer Chemical Co SWkHE). sec. 14
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

Atlantic Coast Line NEkSWk sec. 15
RR. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

Seaboard Air Line SWtStk sec. 15
RR. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

40th Street Drive-in SVZ~MWk ec. 16
Theater T. 29 S., I. 19 E.

Floral Cleaners SWkW? eec. 16
T. 29 S., R. 19 e.

Lykes' Brothers NEHSEt sec. 16
PackLni Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
Tampa Cold Storage HNWSVW sec. 13
Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

City of Tampa SWksHW ec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.


104

90

200

54


95




115




105

116


J


Yilddh
5pa/dd/hr,


395 ----- 110/5


VWaer level





JAi AI


100

58

55

46

24,9







16.3




36

27

,.0..


Chloride cunseni
I~~~


i
1


650

2,200/10

......**....


10/5







1,200

120/15




100/14

40




350/6


it


42

45

40

35

25.6

11.7




5

+.6




22

10

11

11
** *-


3251 12


-1~-


1 | I -


1947

7- -56

1951

1-10-51

6-18-57

6-19-57




2-13-56

4-15-58

5-22-50




8- 1-55

10- -52

2- 1-53


22

123

57

42

22

24

111

147

119

25


-- --


6-18-57

8-20-58

2- 4-58

4-28-58

8-18-58

4-28-58

8-18-58

8-18-58

8-20-57

2-13-53


marks












V-2352, plugged and abandoned









V-3803

Known as drinking water station

V-2184

Water at 100 ft contained much H2S, R2S
content decreased when casing reached
105 ft








City sub-station 4, not used since 1933






Table 10.--Continued

S Casing Water level Chloride contend


Wall N e Yield m L
;i Aui j '-
ll 0.ru Location 1 1 gp /dd/hr
u 8 8-5 f i<3 55

__ & < Ba a


757-225-2


757-225-3


757-225-4


757-225-5


757-225-6


757-226-1


757-226-2


757-226- 3


757-226-4


757-226-5


757-226-6.


757-226-7


757-226-8


757-226-9


757-226-10


City of Tampa

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


California Packing
Co.
------do-------


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


Mercedes Hernandez

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


E. Garcia


Villlaon and Co.


A. A, Gonsalez


Stanley-Fonte


Balk-Lindsey


A. A. Gonzalez


Polar Ice Cream Co.


Tampa Florida
Bravery, Inc.


SWkWk see. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SkVWt see. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SIN Wk sac. 17
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SNBWt sec. 17
T. 29 S., R. 19 B.

S8cWk see. 17
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

W ,RM sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

NWHkl sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 Z.

SVWkNW see. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

~A~W smc. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SiWik sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SEwNkl sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SWhNB sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SAMWk sec. 18
T. 29 8., R. 19 E.

HWksWk sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 B.

NAkSWV sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.


1957


1957


4- 9-58


4- 9-58


4- 9-58


1953


7-25-53


1954


1953


4- 8-53


4- 4-58




1953


-..-----------I 10.31 7-26-51


84


147


30


42


2- 5-58


8-18-58


8-14-58


8-14-58


it. I -------


13 170/11.5/103




... 130


--- 75/10/3


36.8 ----------


200


120/12


180/8

30


..... 500


City sub-station 3, not used since
1933, capped 1957

City sub-station 2; not used since
1933, capped 1957; temp. 75F, 2-5-58






Not used since 1930


W-2981


W-2980







V-2896, well drained 800 gpm on test







W-2095




Well is on common header with 757-226-11


312 8-14-58 I


250 4-11-52 I










Table 10,,Coaatlaikd
'Cal $As water level chlor de coi a



ll Owey Loceiston A S/dd/hr lmarb


__Va Iwn____ __x____ I I-l _


757-2236.l


757-226-12



757-226-13


757-227-1


757-227-2


757-227-3


757-227-4


757-228-1



757-232-1


757-234-1



757-234-2


758-203-1


tamp Florida Brever
Inc.

........do,----...





Southern Iraeing Co.


Jose Garcia


City of Taup

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


Hillsborough County
Bd. of Public Instr.



G. I. Carter


F. W, Greenbacker



Bartkea Inc


H. L. Crocker


42




136


100


75


23


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


350



.*.**......


...........


...**.......


4-11152


7-13.47



11-26-55




6- 8-53







5-27-58
5-27-58


150



327


750


17


4-11-52



4-11-52


8-14-58


8-14-58


NtSVl seca, 18
T. 29 8., I. 19 E,

NrSWnk sec. 18
7, 29 8., R. 19 1.


WNSW1 sec. 18
T. 29 8., R. 19 .,

SEtSF see. 13
T. 29 8., R. 18 1.

tWVk rec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SStS% sec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SgiSW sec. 13
T. 29 S., R. 18 B.

Slt sae. 14
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.



W7 akt sec. 18
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

S -NCt sec. 14
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.



VtnNN sec. 14
T. 29 S., R. 18 Z.

S MWStk see. 1
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.


--- ---------- 7


--- .----- u23


1942


1946


-It


Well drilled in hiscorlcal "Tropical
Spring", water supply for former
Fort Brooke

PumpinI level 15.1 ft below top of
casing 7-26-58

Water temp. 78' 1, 6-28-57; pumps
150,000 |pd



Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 23,
City 23

Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 8,
City 8

Supply well used by City of West Tampa
to 1912, well is located 41.6 ft south
of Main Street, 62.7 ft west of Rome
Avenue

W-2587, vell cemented 125-100 ft to
shut off salt water

Plugged back to 196 ft and casing
perforated, salty water from near
surface to total depth, water contains
much iron

Several partially sand-filled cavities
encountered in rock


1952 125 3 88 ---------------- .--. 110 4-25-58 U


1940 3,000 12- ..-- -- ---------- ------ 3,500 1-21-56 U
6










Table 10.--Continued
Casing 1 Water level Chloride content


U Ar l .3 ~ Rak
e Yield ^iYe
Wel Owner aLoclon a| a gp/dd/hra.e L a o e gark

w 0 jt U S
S aI,, *5 a. u r lo^- an b


758-203-2


758-203-3




758-204-1



758-204-2


758-204-3


758-204-4


758-207-1






758-208-1


758-208-2


758-212-1




758-216-1


E. B. Wingate

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




G. Hancock


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


Hilleborough County
Bd. of Public Instr.

Fletcher Lett


Walton Brothers






8. B. Wilson


L. J. Prosser


Adolph Crosby



T. Hannasseri


SWHk sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SWkNBE sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.



SWSWk see. 12
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.


SWkSe sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 22 B.

SkSWk sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SWkSg sec. 11
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SWk Nk sec. 8
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.





SWkSWk sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNE sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

SWkHNE sec. 9
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.



NWIIWh sec. 11
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.


130









140


77


400/30



85/15/1

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


....300/
300/


34



21


200





19






80




43




64


43.2 9-16-58


6- 7-57


8- -51


9-16-58


1-24-58
2- 5-58
3- 5-58
3-31-58
5- 8-58
6- 5-58
7- 3-58

5- -54


3-18-58


1-28-57




9-23-50


15


6-7-57


6- 7-58


-.--... D


Plugged and abandoned, casing pulled


Well s 40 ft east of 758-203-2, water
level dropped from 8 to 16 ft when wall
was drilled below 110 ft, boiling spring
muddy while drilling well

5-inch liner from 90-137 ft to shut off
blue clay, pumping level 50+ ft but
less than 60 ft; temp. 75"F, 6-7-57




Supplies 500-student school


Water level reported about 30 ft below
surface in 1953, pump set at 50 ft








Practically no water above 134 ft;
eomp.76'F, 6-7-57

Water level 35 ft when drilled


Water kills crops, is unfit for drink-
ing, well is in pit 12 ft deep, about
10 gpm of swamp water drains into well,
5-foot cavity from 140-145 ft

W-2266


----- 25/4








Table 10.--ConElnued


758-216-2


758-216-3


758-217-1


758-217-2


758-219-1


758-219-2


758-219-3


758-220-1


758-220-2


758-220-3


758-221-1


758-222-1


758-223-1


758-224-1


Location


Shirley Lewli


Super Teat Oil Co.


J. L. Dodd


Williams Dairy


Hardinge Maeonry
Products Co,

Raymond Hill


W. R. Luneford


W. R. Harris

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


H. G. Reeves


A. R. Lott


Larry Suares
Construction Co.

Gus Feagle


Garden of Memories
Cemetery


RIr


C11 tag






0'-'B


82


50


79


60


64


75







148


Yield
Ipm/dd/hri


10/8


20/4




125/5


55


10/2




...***..*....


***..*......


HWkS8k eec, 11
T. 29 S., R, 20 E.

4wksak eec. 2
T. 29 S., R, 20 E.

SBkNAk sec, 10
T. 29 S., R. 20 .,

SWkk sec.e 10
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

NWkSUk sec. 9
T. 29 8., R. 20 8.

NHkN8k sec. 8
T. 29 8., R. 20 8,

NEmSWk sec. 8
T. 29 S., R. 20 B.

NWkNhk eec, 8
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

NWtkNW sec. 8
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

swAS4W ec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 20 B.

MWHW W sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 20 E,

8EkSWk sec. 11
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

N11kW sec. 10
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SEkNEk sec. 9
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.


Wter Level

470


5- 9-51


1-28-52


12- 6-50


10-20-50


5- -56


11- 2-50


6- 1-57


6-18-57


6-18-57


1-24-57


6-18-56


9-17-58


**--. 44.71----------- 19.7 4-15-58


Chlorine cnteni


14


20


16


7


16




18


15




18







6


5,.6-58 D


5-27-58 D


5-26-58 D


7-28-58 D


5-27-58 1


D


6-18-57 D


6-18-57 0


U
------ U


6-18-57 D


U



-18-58 D
8-18-58 D


10 8-18-58 Zr


84 -.---. -----------


- -' -~ ;I


,- --- '


Keairke




W-2437


W-2568


W-2302


W-2299


5 feet of chert at bottom of well


W-2283


Cavity from 89-101 ft, well buried
under concrete slab












W-4282, well abandoned when City water
mains were installed never used







Table 10.--Continued

Cas in g Water level Chloride content


nLocation s br .] R1mark
Well mnr Location O 1 a ddhrs. gks

:1 i Ai I 5S r
__ ______ ^-la.ij-ii __ilJ a iiAl ___


758-224-2


758-225-1


758-226-1


758-226-2


758-226-3


758-226-4


758-227-2


758-227-3


758-227-4


758-227-5


758-227-6


758-227-7


758-228-1


758-229-1


Pardei of Memories
Cemetery

D. J. Ferrante


Blue Chip Cafe


Joe Cabllal


Lucy Gonzalo


City of Tampa


Duval Funeral Home


Henry West


J. F. Guagliardo


Purity Springs
Water Co.

Big Barn Food
Market Inc.

Buffalo Avenue
Baptist Church

G. A. McGinnis


SBkHNB sec. 9
T. 29 S. R. 19 E.

SWkSWk sec. 8
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SSkSEk sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SSkSWk sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

N Wk sec. 7
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

NAkWk sec. 7
T, 29 S., R. 19 E.

NEkNEk sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. '8iE.

SEDkSE sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

NkSEk sec. 12
T. 29 S., R. 18 E,

NEkWk sec. 12,
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SWkSEk sec. 1
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

8EkSEt sec. 1
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SW6Nk sec. 11
T. 29 S., R. 18 B.

SEktWk sec. 10
T. 29 S., R. 18 E,


73


116


51


67


103




67


82


111


105


36


82


102


42


53.4










49.2




51.8


41.7


-..-


32.6


48




25


30




33


30




23


22


32


15


6.6


9-17-59
















4-20-53


5-23-49




4-16-58


12-13-51


9-13-50


6-28-50


1-10-58


28


10




28


14




44







38


8-15-58






8-14-58





4-10-58







4-11-58


60


75
-----------

......-....


..-........


Formerly municipal supply well


W-2920


Formerly domestic supply, abandoned
because of high iron content of water



Test well, supply well 758-227-1
is 30 ft east of test well

W-2588




Water contains much H28







Teble 10. -.Cestned


758-230.1

7582301 2


751-230-3




75-231-2

758-231-3


758-231-4

758-231-5

758-231-6

758-231-7

759-203-1



759-211-1


LoI0lo,


I, Ciccarello

The Borden Co,


City of Tampe

.*....i...do......

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


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



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



....---...do..---*

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


R. L. Crocker



L. C. Griffin


SAW% sec. 10
1. 29 8., R. 18 3.

mt9t sne. 9
7, 29 1,, I, 18 E.


S*kMk see. 9
1. 29 I., R 18 I .

NWItli sa. 9
T. 29 1., R. 18 I.

flP seeI, I
T. 29 8., R. 18 B.

S iWE sec. 8
T. 29 8,, I. 18 E.


millI sIec. 8
T. 29 8,, R. 18 E.

'WkSk see. 8
T. 29 S., R. 18 3.

SW rsec. 8
T. 29 8., R. 18 E.

SUMWt se. 9
T. 29 a., R. 18 E.

WASk Mec. 1
T. 29 S., I. 22 E.


StftSE sec. 34
T. 28 8., R. 21 3.


Sp/14d/b:


300


500/23


500/6

360/1

425/5


300


500/8






700


Mltrr trvrt




11i ii
ii 11


4

13.6


13.1

14

14,7

14


S1957

9-18-58


1942

1942

9- 4-43

10- 1-42


6-23-42

1942

1940


il


13 1-11-57


149 4- -42

22 5- -42




44 10-. 42


35.7 1-11-57 --1 ----- 1


r


105.9


"


le~!s~lr lor~i I


l


-- 7 - ~ 1


D eill I* buvaed

U W-766, City 11, U.S. Army 16,
01d Amy 14, well tL pluued
sad abandoned 9-18-58

SV-689, City 4, U.S. Amy 4

P V-690, City 5, 1.S. Ary 5

P I4-11, City 12, U.8. Army 12,
Old Army 15

0 V-693, City 6, U.S. Ary 6,
Old Army 8, water salty after pump-
Lag 250 pa for 5 days

U V15'191, City 1, 0.S. Amy 1

S Vfg-192, City 2, U.S. Army 2

E -688, City 3, U.S. Amy 3

I City 10, U.S. Amy 10

Ir At depth 0-140 ft water lvmt wau & I
below Lead surfae; 160-200 E wuter
leve was 40 fe; 200-265 fr eter Imrl
was 22 ft








Table 10.--Continued


44 a o-w~s ? r? -
Cajn Vate le i hlorid. content


a Y Tieid 6
wall Oner Locatimon 1 b. L BpM/ddlhra a g


759-211-2


759-215-1


759-216-1


759-219-1


759-220-1


759-220-2


759-221-1


759-222-1


759-222-2



759-222-3


759-222-4


759-224-1



759-224-2


T. C. Aired


F. R. Ennis


Walter Killian


Erwin Perkins


A. T. Flowers


W. C. Found


C. D. Shifflett


East Side Water Co.

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



Pik'n Pak Discount
City

C. D. Shifflett


F. 0. Peres



W. Alderman


15 ---.


60.51---------..


---.. 20 I -------..


NWkNW sec. 2
T. 29 S., R. 21 3.

SWkNEk sec. 1
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SE-NEk sec. 2
T. 29 S., R. 20 B.

NEkNEt sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

SEBSWk sec. 31
T. 28 S., R. 20 B.

SEkNBk sec. 6
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

WkBk sec. 1
T. 28 S., R. 19 1.

Wk*H sec. 2
T. 29 8., R. 19 E.

NWNWk sec. 2
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.


NAkZk sec. 2
T. 29 S., R. 19 g.

SBkSAk sec. 2
T. 28 8., R. 19 B.

SWkSBk sec. 33
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.


NWt E\ sec. 4
T. 29 S., R. 19 B.


5


40


22


8


-2.1


55


4.6


12


9.9



15.8


13


25.2


-.--. .... 1 30


1957





1-22-51


2- -57


6-18-57


7-16-56


6-13-57


7-30-56


9417-58



9-17-58


2- -53


7- 9-57



1957


14


13


5-26-58


6-11-57





8-20-58


8-20-58


8- 1-56


7-11-57



8-18-58


Temp. 79%, 6-6-57


t.S. Engineering Dept.400


W-2354





Well covered by fill, September 1958





Water contains much H82


V-3996, supplies Bast Lake Park
subdivision

Water level 10.7 ft belov top of
10-inch coupling wbich is 1.2 ft above
ground, 4-15-58




Water contains less B2S than nearby
wells reportedd)

Principal vater-bearing zone at 53 ft


400


1,200/6/8



150/2/2


100/21


10/15








Table 10,.CoBnlmnued


Ovnmr


759-226-1


759-226-2


759-226-3


759-226-4


759-226-5

759-227-1


759-227-2


759-227-3


759-229-1


759-229-2






759-231-1


759-231-2


759-231-3


Loaction


fan Nwman and tllar

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


Roleum Bakers Inc.


rs. Crook


reids Inc.


Hillsborough County
Id. of Public Instr.

Purity Springs Water
Co.

J. H. Davis


H. P. Bussell


Florida State
Theaters Inc.





City of Tampa

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


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


StkSW src. 31
1. 29 8,, i. 19 ,.

SEkSW see, 31
T. 29 1., A. 19 E.

N"SuM see. 6
T, 29 S., R. 19 g.

S*xk rac, 6
1, 29 8., 1. 19 E.

WkWuk see, 6
S. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SUW M src. I
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SWINEk sec. 1
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

4k Wk sec. 6
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

SWkSWk sec. 34
T. 28 S., R. 16 E.

NHklWt sec, 3
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.





SEzk3S men. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

SENGlE sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

Sakk sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.


Yaild
Ipl/dd/hrl


--... 430/6


Water level

hi I
wr r]I ,i
Is iJ i


54.8


65.6


41




49.1


31







36






29


28.6


100/34

100


600/15/30


20/3












300


550/1


Cblorlde raue nea


32


21


38


23


24


31


9.5


27




17.4
17.4
14.3
16.2
17.0
18,2
16.4

14.5


12


10.5


ii


I


I --- ~


"'


- -


I


2- 2-53


7.21-50


6-10-47


6-15-55


9- 7-54


6- 9-52


4-15-58


1- 6-55




1-10-58
2- 5-58
3- 5-58
3-31-58
5- 7-58
6- 5-58
9-17-58

7-11-43


10-23-42


9-10-42


31


14


5

23


135




36












30


4-15-58

8-15-58


1-22-57


8-14-56


8-14-58




1-10-58












.0-25-42


10- -42


44 1


smanks




W-2922, drains 40 spi from air condi-
cloner



W-1504, 10 hp jae pump set at 45 ft
loass prima when not throteled, normal
pumpinI level 35 ft below surface


W-3341


W-3029




W-3418


Supplies Sta's Drive-in Restaurant and
lussell Piping Contractors

Well yielded sandy water, abandoned






W-800, City 14, U.S. Army 14, Old Army L6


V-694, City 9, U.S. Army 9


VW691, Cty 8, U.S.Army 8,
Old Army 6







Table 10.--Continued


Casing Wat level Choride content


Pdl a*e Lctn0
wellI Ower Location 1 i= -l I
0.4 p em d gpm/dd/hra .-, B ---i
4 'Z


759-231-4


759-231-5


759-231-6


759-231-7


759-231-8


759-233-1


759-233-2


759-235-1


759-235-2


800-207-1


800-208-1


800-208-2


800-208-3

800-208-4


City of Tampa

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


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


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


Alteman Transport
Lines, Inc.

Webb and Gibbons
as Trustee

Marco Penn




John Meeker


City of Plant City


L. B. and 1. D.
Russell

Shirriff-Horsey Corp

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

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


SWkHWN sec. 4
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

NEk sk sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

NH~SAk sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

srrlkt sec. 5
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

sn SWk sec. 32
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

kSWSk sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

HNWktk sec. 1
T. 29 S., R. 17 E.

S7gNK sec. 3
T. 29 8., R. 17 E.

NEKMNk ec. 3
T. 29 S., R. 17 B.

SWRSk sec. 29
T. 28 S., R. 22 B.

St68WA sec. 29
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

5SWSWk sec 29
T. 28 8., R. 22 B.

SmkSWk see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 22 B.

WkSWwk sec. 29
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.


74


112


84


94


93










30


213







110


110


28.3


29.7


32.8


28.3
















-----
9










129


350/2


425/6


350/0.5

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


42













1,050/39/24




500


1,800/19


1,100/19


13.3


16.4


18


14.5


13.9




+2.4




-7


44.4




29


28


28


8- 3-43


9-30-42


8-18-43


7-23-43


5- 2-55




9-26-57




1957


3-17-58




3- -56


2- -52

1946


76


16







27


175


128


2,220


1,200


12


5- -42 P


8-12-58 P







4-25-58 D


9-26-57 -D,S


8-12-58 D


8-12-58 tU


1- 2-58 D


3-18-58 P










----- I


W-802, City 15, U.S. Army 15,
Old Army 18

V-692, City 7, U.S. Army 7


w-803, City 16. U.S. Army 19


v-801, City 13, U.S. Army 13,
ld Army, 17

W-3515


Temp 75'*, 8-13-58; flows into pond
through underground tee in casing,

Temp. 76', 8-12-58; flows continuously
:nto ish pond, water sold as Peon
Kineral Health Water

Temp 74'?, 8-12-58



W-4621, City 4







Temp. 80'7, 3-5-57; while pumping
!2,300 gpm

uHole size decrease* tfrm 16 inches to
12 inches at 235 it








Table 10.-.C &aluad
. .." tag 1 tV-ar level chlorid em.tB


Vl Omer L I g i *,, t,4*
101 1 1 9. J
r r s JIs


800-208-5


800*211-1


800-214-1


800-214-2


800-214-3


800-220-1


800-220-2


800-220-3


800-224-1


800-224-2


800-224-3


800-227-1


800-227-2


800-227-3


Shirriff-Horsey Coi


V. L. Epps


A. R. Dukes


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


Dukes and Nossbers


J. Vanderburg


O. Tuggle


S. M. bite


Del Rio Estates


Del Rio Utility Co.


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


Charles Coins


Seminole Heights
Methodist Church

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


55tSjS sec. JO
T. 28 S., R. 22 E,

Wk5Sk sec. 27
T. 28 S., t. 21 E.

S1tSEt sec. 30
T. 28 S., 1. 21 E.

SVukSk sre. 30
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SEtSlt sec. 30
T. 28 S8, R. 21 3.

StNiB sec. 31
T. 28 S., 1. 20 E.

SUVkk sec. 31
T. 28 S., R. 20 3.

WikSE sec. 31
T. 28 S., R. 20 8.

SZSEt sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

WlMU k sec. 33
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SEkSZk sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SVSLWI sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SSZAS sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SEkSBk sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.


113


20


85


50


90

-.-..





30


144





98


93


86


1,000


50








800/3.5/1











450/17











90/3.5
90/3.5


...........


7


13


17


+.5


+2





+2.9


6.8


9.1





36


22

.....


2- -57


8- -49


1951


1935


6-17-57





6-18-57


9-29-5C


6-17-58





L0-24-57


LO-30-57


I**- ...I


"""'


"""'


.-.,-..


...,...





.,.,...


.....,.








..,,,.,


31.9


40.7


41


Several similar wlls on property


Pump loses prim when pumped at 600 pm
for several days

Pumping level below 25 ft after
10 minutes pumping 400 Ip




lou s about 30 gpm


Flour intermitLently, water contains
much iron and H2S

Supplles fish hatchery, well botcom
at top of rock, always flowv




Standby well 15 hp electric and auxilary
gasoline powered centrifugal pump

Regularly pumps 400 spm, 7.5 hp electric
centrifugal pump







W-4467, constant water disposal well,
malt water encountered at 725 ft depth








Table 10.-Continued
Casing Water level Chloride contend
3Sea & 4 A
-2 % 0'

Well Oner Location /dd/hr Re

.ig ule gpm/dd/hr CH-l ii
A__ __ _ __ 4~___ _


800-227-4


800-227-5


800-227-6


800-227-7


800-227-8



800-228-1


800-228-2


800-230-1


800-230-2


800-230-3






800-233-1


800-234-1


Bertie McCord


American Legion
Post III

D. Garcia


rbhe Farmer


urity Springs Water
Co.


0. B. Dempsey


Tampa Police Pistol
Club

Robert Jones


I. E. Whealton


C. W. Shepard





H. C. Williams


L. 8. Robles


105


55


42





60



65










64


50/5


20

...........


.........*..


36.5


17





.7






14


7.2


12





20


11-14-55


7- 3-56





6-10-58






8- -57


6- 6-58







6-11-58


8kN k sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 18 B.

SkSWkc sec. 25
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWktS.sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SWtkWk sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

S kIWk sec. 36
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.


tHMkW sec. 35
T. 28 S., R. 18 B.

SNWSMI sec. 35
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SiSBUk sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

Bt14Ek sec. 33
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SO~E sec. 33
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.






T. 28 S., R. 17 S.

SWkE sec. 35
T. 28 S.. R. 17 8.


14





23


23


6- 6-58





6-11-58


6-11-58


13 8-12-58 D


371 1- 7-58 U


W-3713, well buried 2.5 fc below land
surface

W-3977


W-2274, plugged and abandoned


Supplies fish pond


Wall flaws when not pumped, pumping
level 15 ft below surface when puipiag
500 gpm continuously

Water contains much U28 and iron







Well formerly supplied several houses
In area

Surface caved in and wel filled with
30 ft of send at depth of 80 ft with
40 ft of casing, water level dropped
from 12 to 20 ft below surface when
casing was driven to 64 ft to shut off
sand

Well supplies dairy and 2 houses


Temp. 73*,F 8-12-58


171-1.0 II-- ..--- -I. ---.


A4 .----. ---------- 3.2 1- 7-58








TaIble 10.vCoBasta


_d
.. ____ -.. -. _. ,. ,,- I. ... ...-----------
V5d


location


800-135-1


801-204-1

801-206-1


801.206-2


801-207-1




801-207-2

801-207-3


801-207-4


801-207-5


801-208-1


801-211-1


801-212-1


801-213-1


1i9 N

OR j


1, L, layman


I. V, Ackerman

1, 1, Park


Plant City Welding
ind Tank Co.

city of Plant City




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

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


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

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


A. Dudinski


Olin Dukes


Fred Gortner


C. Farris


ypild
gpa/dd/hro


4- ,


4 i i l~


Svksuk sec. 27
T, 28 8., R, 17 9,

iMkwk sec. 23
1. 28 S., 3, 22 t.

WkW~ t **ec. 27
T. 28 S,, R. 22 E.

SW%8 W see. 27
T, 28 8., R. 22 E.

Sgtk sec. 29
T. 28 8., R. 22 E.



stIWk sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

83sVt sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

SWkh see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

SRNWk se. 28
T. 28 8., R. 22 E.

NltkS saec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

L~St k sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

USUWk see. 28
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

S VNk see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.


I I -IIN" I 1" F I


128




128


128.5


133.8


132




95




75.4


P.j 2


720/1,5/1


200


500




1,500/5/cont.




1,200/8


500







5/2

..........


Owner


I


- I ,


I I


I


0.0


3.7

50.2


2.9

33




39


38


42


40


38


18.7


32

5


1- 7-58


5-14-58


5-15-58


5-23-58


1912




1-20-34


7- -43


1947


1914


5- -50


1-10-57


1951


1- 9-57


45















14







14


8-22-58







8-22-58


Imarks













W-2491


formerly City I, U.S. Enit. Dept. 401,
H-23 in WSP 773-C, water level 36.9 ft
below top of pump bass which was led on
9-21-34, casing rusted out, plugged and
abandoned 1941

W-30, U.S. IEnr. Dept. 492, City 2,
formerly City 3, H-25 in VS 773-C,.
water level 0 ft in 1927
W-793, formerly City 4, water polluted,
plugged and abandoned

;gi-382, City 3, pumps continuously at
1,200 Sgp

City 1, formerly City 2, H-24 in
W8P 773-C

W-2186


Never loses price when pumped at 300 gpm
with centrifugal pump

W-2471


nlb i8 ," cuate,


C, tg







Table 10.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride content
l Oo"" ner 1 71o 0r

5" 0 I | gp/ddlhrs g
wall Ower Location Oi IIs a

Owner_ J k S_ h Ii < __ _
__________ J_ iiiLii. ___ ii "i i3JMl__


C. Farrie


C. E. Dye


D. D. Hull


H. R. Collins


W. S. Kirkland, Sr.

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


R. G. LaBroad


T. B. Purvie


City of Tampa


801-213-12 -------do--------


801-213-13 ----- do-------



801-213-15 ..... -- do-- .....


801-213-16 ------do--------


801-213-2


801-213-4


801-213-5


801-213-6


801-213-7


801-213-8


801-213-9


801-213-10


801-213-11


SBNMl see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

EPkNWk sec. 29
t; 28 S., R. 21 E.

NSQ. see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

S8tWkc sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SW kWk sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 21 8.

S NWIk sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

HWAWk sec. 28
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.

StWk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.

NSBlI sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.



NSkSWk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NAkSWk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 8.


NBkSsk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NGkSAk see. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.


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


120/8










500/6




250


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


69 69.3 2,200/26.6/
3.1

49 73.9 ----------


72.5




76.2




71.1


69.4



68.2


68.2


10


30


14


7.9


8




17.6


3.5
1.3
1.5
1.6

9.2


7.6
8
7.3

.6


6.8


7-28-51


1942


1- 9-57


1-22-57


1-22-57




2-11-57


2-28-57
3-10-57
5- 3-57
8- 3-57

3-13-57


5- 3-57
5-16-57
10- 1-58

3- 5-57


5- 3-57


Well was drilled in sinkhole, abandoned
at 55 ft in muck and sand

W-2470










1 ft north of 801-213-7







W-4260, City test well 3, deepened
from 523 to 750 ft July 1957, flows
intermittently


Sinkhole formed around well, samples
discarded, abandoned, no City number
assigned
W-4259, City test well 2


3-25-57 0 W-4261, City well A; flows intermittently

....... 0 W-4262, City test well 4


..--... II


-0


9







Tabl* 0,--Coaotlaud


801-213-17


801-213-18


801-213-19


801-213-20



801-213-21


801-213-22


801-213-23


801-214-1


801-214-2


801-214-3


801-214-4


801-214-5


801-214-6


801-217-1


Location


City of Tampa


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


........ dao ........


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



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




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



0. M. Griffin


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


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


D. L. Nevwom*


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


C. Allchain


E. A. Ritter


NHkS38 sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 ,.

NgkSEk sec. 20
T, 28 S., R. 21 E.

NlM8 seec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NESEk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.


NikStk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NZkSZk se. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

fNsE sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SVrNW sec. 29
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SVtW% sec. 29
T. 28 8., R. 21 L.

SWk W see. 29
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NZkNZk sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SIkNEk sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

sNqk see. 30
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SEkNEk sec. 22 1
T. 28 8,, R. 20 E.


Cae lns





fll*


hi J iI II-.--.-- -


--i ------


Y~ild
uPeP/dd/ bra


Wdter level Chlartld .cuntie l



Sti &l t^ &


1957


1957


1957


1957



1957


1957


1957


1938


1935


1906


1906


L946





951


3.5 5- 3-57


3.5 4-31-57
3.3 5- 3-57
3 8- 3-57

5.2 5- 3-57





6.5 5- 3-57


6 7-30-57


7.8 7-29-58





5 1929






31 .. 7-51.
31 a- 7-51


* o 0


5- 7-57 0


* 0



U




SZIr


Ir
....... Ir






------ r

S0


Iwlsrk


W-4258, City test well 5, abandoned
at 310 ft In clayey sand

No City number asligned, driller could
not case off broken chart, abandoned

W-4265, City test well 6


W-1264, City test well 5A



W-4269, City test wml 8


W-4268, City test well B


W-4270, City test well 7


Well formerly drained a pond in which
it was drilled

Casing partially obstructed at 13 ft


Well in center of Gallagher Road, pump
is 45 ft east uf well

Well deepened from 225 to 450 ft
in 1929







W-2493


92 74.7


72 74.1


86 70.5


130 -----


46 ...--


90 -----


110 ---


58 -----





73 --.


SII

3E


''


I





.........


........ o


...........


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


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



.......o....


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


............
-----------
*** **/1 **


*****



6. .





.**.*=













.....








Table 10.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride conten

P4 s oa M4
Well Ovuer Location .# Yield re0 lr
%0 40 gp8/dd/hr. t 1 lamer|

S aili-e a0 m


801-223-1


801-223-2


801-223-3


801-224-1


801-226-1


801-226-2



801-227-1


801-227-2


801-227-3


801-227-4







801-227-5


801-228-1


J. D. Lockaby


Her-chel Homes, Inc.


City of Temple
Terrace

K. M. Collins


City of Tampa


I. T. Hirsch



Paul Schwartz


Sulphur Springs
Tourist Club

Paul Schwartz


City of Tampa







Ingalls Hardware


City of Tampa


100


400


600/60


NEtN k sec. 26
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SFHWlk sec. 27
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.

IWkIHW sec. 26
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

NWkNE sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SEkNWkc sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.

SEOHW sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.


NWkSW sec. 19
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.

SWNkW sec. 30
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.

WksMk sec. 19
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.

SEaNSk sec. 25
T. 28 S., R. 18 8.






NtkSEk sec. 24
T. 28 S., R. 18 B.

NEkSEk sec. 23
T. 28 8., R. 18 B.


--- 35.3


24


20.5


30


21.5


10


25



21.4


0


17.4


17.4


.--...-.... 21.9


1....... 8.7


10- 6-56


8-10-56


5-30-56


11- 7-56


LO-21-57


2- 3-58


.9-29-58


1-24-58


9-29-58







1-16-58


6- 6-58


26


4,876


3,550


6-12-58


16 1- 7-56


7-12-58


8-19-58


Water level 25.6 ft below top of 6-inch
casing which is 0.5 ft above surface,
11-7-56
W-4070

W-3970, City 3





Formerly supplied Hamilton Heights
subdivision

Pump sucks air through drop pipe at
30 ft below surface when Sulphur
Springs pool is lowered

Well in pit 18 ft below surface


Water is reported to be mild laxative


Formerly used as disposal well for
cooling water of ice plant

Temp. 78'F, 8-19-58; well drilled in
original "Sulphur Spring" which dried
up when well began to flow; well has
long been referred to as "Sulphur
Spring"; water from 400 ft deep well
6 ft west of this well was too salty to
be palatable and was plugged and
abandoned



Well is obstructed at 185 ft, formerly
supplied "El Portal" subdivision


31.2 -----------





31.5 200/9

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








Table 1|0'rC.(olauad

water level blrond Can


Wall Omer Yield I.
Ien r 1o, Ao I || Aa I I/dd/hr


_______________ il ____iii U A _______


801-328.2


801-229-1


801-238-1


801-238-2


802-209-1


802-209-2


802-209-3


802-210-1


802-210-2


802-210-3


802-210-4


802-210-5


802-211-1


802-212-1


Purity Sprin VWater
Co,

........do-.*.....


Henry Hunt


2. Ltiuori


Fred Collins


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


,. 0. Webster


A. F. Griffin


Russell Rabis


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


Hillsboro County
1d. of Public Instr.

A. F. Griffin


Charles Forbes


A. H. Fritzke


W 5fm% see, 26
T. 28 8,, R, 18 9.

HEk8E sec. 22 l95(
T, 28 S., R. 18 1.

s 3.k s e 19 .
T. 28 S,, R, 17 C.

NkWlk see. 19 1953
T. 28 B., R. 17 E.

wH.kAk sec. 24 1933
T. 28 8., R. 21 8.

WSsEk sec. 13 1938
T. 28 S., 1. 21 E.

NMWt sec 24 1954
T. 28 8., R. 21 E.

S9kHEk sec. 15 1935
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

S3IW~ see. 13 1935
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.

NWkWk rec. 24 1935
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SztM sete. 15 1944
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SzkNk sea. 15 1956
T. 28 8., R. 21 E.

SWjSVk sec. 14 1950
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

BgWk sec. 21 1930
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.


*..**.


.....


.....











....*


O2--


500


850/52/30


160








800/3.5/1





165/11











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


***..........


.....*-..***.


1956





9-20-57


1957


1938


1954


10- -57


1935


1935


1944


L2-19-56


1950

.......


9


1,450


1,780

.***.,


....,


.***.


.....


.....


*....


.....


3-15-56


8-11-58


30- 2-57


deferred to as Orleans Avenue well


W,3859, referred to as Armen a Avenue
weil

Well ii buried 3 ft deep


Host of vwter cam In at 1-ft cavity
ac bocctm of wll










Top of casnlg 2 ft below surface,
deepened from 135 to 473 ft in 1956







Serves school of 550 pupils


Water level reported 16 ft below land
surface, 9-1-56

Irrigates 3 acres








Table 10.--Continued

Casing Water level Chloride content



Wall wler Location a 3 a 9 gp br k


802-213-1



802-213-2



802-213-3


802-213-4





802-214-1


802-215-1



802-215-2



802-217-1


802-222-1




802-223-1


802-223-2


A. H. Fritzke



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



Harold Fry


City of Tampa





H. Hopkina


B. C. Cook and Son



A. J. Walker



L. W. Lee


City of Temple
Terrace



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


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


65 76.3



130 77


-- 73.9 -----


208 74.5 -----------





60 --- -----------


100 55 .....


HWHW sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.


eWkWk sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.


SESE s ec. 17
T. 28 S., R. 21 B.

NEA-Bk sec. 20
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.




NHWSEt sec. 18
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SBtkSE see. 13
T. 28 S., R. 20 E.


SWS~W sec. 18
T. 28 S., R. 20 B.


NVkN~H sec. 22
T. 28 S., R. 20 B.

SW1~N sec. 17
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.



NWkMWk sec. 23
T. 28 S., R. 19 B.

NBZbBt sec. 15
T. 28 .. R. 19 E.


96 111.8 1,000


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


700/12


...........


8.3 1-


1- 2-57


.... --......- I


-----. Ir


8 1- 2-57 ----- ------- Ir


5.5 5- 3-57 --- ------- 0





3 516-58 ----- ------- Ir


1.7 1-23-57 --- ----- UI


1-23-57
5-31-57
9-30-58

11-18-56


L1- 6-56




1954


1958


...--.. .. Ir



..... ----- 0


---- U
U


26 6-12-58 P


14 3-12-58 P


Irrigates 10 acres, pump is on common
header with 802-213-2 which is 20 ft
south

Dravdown excessive after pumping several
days





W-4263, City well 1, sand filled well
while drilling 150-190 ft, cased off
with 24-inch liner from 20 to 208 ft,
78.4 ft of 4-inch casing, altitude at
top of 4-inch casing 74.1 ft




Well formerly drained vsamp, used
occasionally for irrigating grove, large
cavity reported at bottom

Measured depth 171 ft, well flows
intermittently, reportedly spouted 5 ft
above top of casing in about 1930




Former supply well for Temple Terrace,
water trickles through break in casing
approximately 15 ft below top of casing,
abandoned

W-3208, City 2


W-4614, City 4


746 12


364 8




480 10


510 12


----1 46.7







Table 10.--Censlaued


owner


102-223-3







802-225-1



802-225.2


802-227-1


802-227-2


802-227-3


802-227-4


802-227-5


802-230-1


802-231-1


802-231-2


802-231-3


Loaet4 on


NISLk sea. 15
T. 28 S., R 29 E.


ity of Temple
errlce







oseph Schllit
Irwving Co,


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


David Hope


Ralph Worsley


Rillsborough County
Bd. of Public Instr.

W. X. Hammer

-**-... do* ......


Kr. Thomkins


Turner's Dairy


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


-*-.--do..----


iii'


5101 10


14-
10

2


4


6


6


4


4


4


4


8


Cs ta-g


1S1 85


-.- 1 40


249


21


42

-***


SWkr slee. 17 1940
1. 28 S., I. 18 z.


SzkS c see. 17 1957
T. 28 S., A, 19 1,

WSt- sec. 13 1947
T. 28 S., R. 18 I.

WMSkI sec. 18 1946
1. 28 S., R. 19 S.

SWkMtW sec. 24 1956
T. 28 S., R. 18 Z.

51MkM sec. 24 1951
T. 28 S., 18 I.

SteWe sec. 24 1951
T,. 28 S., R. 18 t.

S3LM sec. 21 1941
T. 28 S,, R. 18 E.

SkNQZ sec. 17 1943
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SEINE sec. 17 1950
T. 28 S., R. 18 .

N PSEP sec. 17 1956
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.


pmldhr
api/dd/hr,


570/32/4


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


5/15


125/3.5








500


50/4


80


500/5


46V r level


3]t



i~ei j


-r ~~i Ii ir iir- r I-


20.3


16.7


26


20.5


20


22


18


10.8


14


15


chsogda e~c cnl



ii


L-10i-d -....


9-11-57


5-28-58


1946


3-24-56


12-20-51


10-29-51


1949


9- 6-57


1950:


9-22-56


400



191


101








1,185







0.00.1


-.....-. u


9-17-42



7- 8-57


0- 8-42








1-20-51








-19....


--


47.4


--


I


I -


I





laark.




Tesc well, 8 It northeat of 802-223-2,
water level lowered 10 It when
802-233-2 was drilled, water leveL
63.4 ft when 802-223-2 it pumped at
510 gpm for I hr, 10 min




Army wall 1, for IlHenderson PLId,,
reactivated as supply for conetruction
of Schlitc Browtng Co., 1957

Quality unsatisfactory for cooling
purposes

Cavicy 52-ST ft


W-L447


Sale water in cavuty 3ta-336 It,,
plugged back to 297' ft to cut off salt

Salty water, abandoned


Salty water, abandoned,. 60 fc north
of 802-227-4




Water Lavel 14 ft in 1950,, yiald
decrtesed to 17 gpm In= 1950, abuadoned

60 ft northeast of 802-231-1







S Table 10.-Cantinued


Casing W Vtr level hloride contend!


~Veil Oue Location Idbs +U 0 0
Well1 Osca r Location | j 5: a m a g


802-232-1


802-233-1


802-234-1


802-234-2


802-235-1


802-236-1



802-238-1


802-238-2


802-238-3





802-238-4


803-204-1



803-205-1


803-205-2


John Rodriguez


S. H. Careon


Kilo Thomas


Louis Harnco


F. E. Eckart


C. J. Keys


59


58





60


206


40









2,000


----60
------------








-----------


8.8


+3


3.2


.8


+1.2



.0





+ .5


9-13-5T


9-13-57


9-19-57


9-20-57


9-26-57


1- 7-58



11-27-56





4-19-34


MUI4W sec. 19
T. 28 S., R. 18 e.

SEB s Iec. 13
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SEtKSk see. 14
T. 28 S., R. 18 3.

NMkSiU sec. 14
T. 28 S., R. 17 .

MKEIBk sec. 22
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkBk sec. 21
T. 28 S., R. 17 .


SUWk eec. 19
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

SAMWk sec. 19
T. 28 S., R. 17 1.

HWkSk sec. 18
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.




SWSWk sec. 18
T. 28 S., R. 17 3.

NWSW sec. 12
T. 28 S., R. 22 X.


SW4M see. 11
T. 28 B., R. 22 1.

.8atk rse. 15
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.


84 ----. 1000


66 52 70/10


14





17


15


45


155



1,820


1,400


2,100,


B1-19-57





9-19-57


9-20-57


9-26-57


1- 7-58



F1-27-56


11-27-56


8-10-42


7101 8-11-58


22 8- 1-58


5-14-58 ------ Ir


1956 ---- ---- 0,8


g I I & i It 1


961122 11100/ 23 5-14-58


L. B. Freeman

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


Sunehine Park Race
Track




Sunshine Development
Corp.

J. H. Cona


-------.do'-----.


H. Osborne and Son


Vater contains much. Lion





afterr level 1.4 ft above top of
cover plate which, is 0.3 ft above ground

Temp. 75', 9-20-57





lTowi ftre water inl cavity 60-66 ft,
sulphur water at 70 ft depth, water
tvel rose progressively with depth

Tamp 72', 11-26-56, well flows
intermittently, capped

lTemp. 73*', 11-27-56,


V'-8; draemst Efon. 3,255, to 3,289 ft in
1926, strong, 828 odorb casing rusted, otff
below surface, water flows rown parent
spring or "aanda boll"; known, as R, V.
Kil ls "Oldmtaa" well

Temp. 74'T, 8-11-58; weil flows over top
of caaing which is 1 ft above ld,

Water level reported 22 ft in 1946,, well
is in pit to alLov use of centrifugal
pump

Well is iz pit to increase yield of
centrifugal pump





Table 10.--Continued

-Cainag Water level Chloride content


al Ls Yield ` ur
Well Owner Location V 'g w gpu/dd/hr t arki

S 5, 1 4
Qui-0 aa


803-207-1


803-207-2


803-210-1


803-210-2


803-210-3


803-210-4


803-210-5


803-210-6


803-210-7


803-210-8


803-211-1


803-21&-1


803-219-1


803-222-1


Joe McIntosh


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


J. T. Holbrook


0. L. Browning


J. T. Bolbrook


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


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


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


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


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


J. A. Mayi


J. R. Alden


C, M, Simpson


S. A. Proctor


MJWNE see. 8
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

SEtNWk sec. 8
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

SENE sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

WkSEk sec. 12
T. 28 S.. R. 21 E.

SErkNE% sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

C.E NEk tec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NNNEL sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NEkNEk sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NEkNEk sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NEkNV stc. 11
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NEMIWA sec. 11
T. 28 5., P. 21 E.

SEINW sec, 7
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

WSElk se 8
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NEKSWk ec. 11
T, 28 F,, ,. 19 E.


385


68


35


225


15


37


55


129


86





500


i ll


110


'.3


60


29


23


55





35





85


50


51


70





30


107








102















---


** ** **** S


...-.....-- 9
.........-- 2

4


.-... .. 914





............ 7





100/10/1 8



.....*....... .


............ 9
............ 20


1:0'2 12


............ 27


... -......... 22


'.5





.7





.1


.5












. 7


5-14-58


5-14-58


12-19-56


12-19-56


12-19-56


12-19-56


1954


1951





12-19-56


195.3


1910


5-23-58


19o4


12















8
;-- S


12-19-56















7-30-58


Flovs intermittently, Lrrigates 10 acres

























Measured depth 53 ft





W-2158









Table 10.--Continukd

Ca ing V' Water level Chloride content


Sl aYield
Well Owner Location V 0 hil

__. __._ 'WON__ a__ IS
122 1011~Y~l


803-228-1


803-230-1


803-231-1


803-231-2


803-231-3


803-232-1


803-232-2


803-232-3


803-232-4


803-233-2


803-234-1


803-238-1



803-238-2


804-206-1


Aee Dentzer


Bob Deriso


rurners Dairy


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


ramargo Dairy


i. J. Mullineau


9. C. Jackson


t. T. Tamargo


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


Dennis Ripe


Katy Jones


Sunshine Park
Raceway Assn.


Charlie Dies


W. L. Dame


KtEWk sec. 14
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWkSWk sec. 4
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

NEkNWk sec. 17
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWESWk sec. 17
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

Hse c see. 8
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

NWKIWk see. 18
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWmNWk sec. 7
r. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWkNE sec. 7
r. 28 5., R. 18 E.

SWkNS, sec. 7
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

NISkVk sec. 13
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

kSWSNk sec. 11
T. 28 S R. 17 E.

-.NEk sec. 7
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.


nkKNk sec. 7
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

SESke see. 4
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.


66


60


475


38


86


50


45


75


75


98









66


38.3





34


36.2








35.1









18.2


112


1947


Ll- -54


1954


8-29-57


6- -57


9-20-57


9-13-57


1947


2- -53


9-13-57


9- 5-57


+1.4 11- 5-56


10.3 5-13-58


460





80


500/5






















300


-----


I-----



--~---





15
-----
13















290



13


-----


1-22-57


1-19-57








S-------





11- 5-56



11- 5-56


Cavity 156-160 ft
































Supplies all water for racetrack
service, livestock and house, 7,500 gal
pressure tank

Flows Intermittently, temp. 72*7,
3-4-58

Water level 15 ft when drilled








Table lO.Contlnued




Well Owner Location


H. C. Carlton


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


C. B. Smith


J. B. Todd


H. and R. Maguire



J. J. Lollo


Hr. Williams


804-207-1




804-208-1


804-214-1


804-214-2


804-215-1



804-217-1


804-219-1




804-220-1


804-225-1


804-227-1


804-229-1



804-232-1


T. J. Smith


NHKNW sec, 5 1950 425
T. 28 S., 8, 22 Z.




NHNWk see, 5 1934 60
T. 28 S., ,. 22 e.

Nk!SWk sec. 6 *--* 180
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

FANEk see. 7 191 44
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

SEkNEk sec. 13 1957 275
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.


NWkSWk sec. 3 1953 102
T. 28 5,, R. 20 E.

SWkNE& sec. 5 1947 135
T. 28 S., R. 20 E.




SWkNE sec. 6 1951 90
T. 28 S., R. 20 E.

SWkNWk see. 5 1946 79
T. 27 S,, R. 19 E.

NWHSWk see. 1 1940 850
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

fWkhWk see. 3 1951 562
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.


NZEW sec. 6 ---- 50
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.


eaerkl


Water Level 12,8 ft on 11-18-56 below
top 6-inch sing which it 0.3 ft
above surface, measured depth 416 tt,
30 ft west of well used to irrigate
field






W-2382


Drilled to drain adjacent pond, pond
level not high enough in many years to
drain into well

W-2921


Driller reports chart "boulders"
caused 3 other wells in circular
depression to be abandoned; this well
drilled on periphery of depression;
no "boulders" encountered

Chert at 78 fc, cavity from 89.6 ft
to unknown depth

Measured depth 56.2 ft





Pumping level 25-28 It when pumped at
1,000 gpm continuously


E. A. Cruise


Harold Plevin


Hurray Schultz


Murray Schlein








Table 10.--Continued
C-aing W Water level Chloride contend


Nra 5t g br s Yield Ra
Well Owner Location 1 W 0% gpm/dd/hre .,-1 e 0 lmek


,= I _____ i ,, af a


804-232-2


804-234-1


804-235-1



805-208-1


805-209-1


805-213-1



805-213-2


805-215-1


805-218-1


805-220-1


805-220-2


805-227-1


805-228-1


805-229-1


K. Joyner


A. Kajander


Stephan Hogyorosy



. A. Carlton


E. H. Chapman


A. H. Pleas


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


H. and R. HcGuire


William Fink


J. McDonald


Buck Guy


Paul Bearse


Tampa Bay 3apist
Assembly

Mrs. G. D. Bowie


WNEk sec. 7
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

HNENE sec. 11
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.

S NJ sec. 3
T. 28 S., R. 17 E.


NEBSWt sec. 32
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

SEkSEk sec. 36
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

SE4NWt sec. 33
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.


NEkSES sec. 32
T. 27 S., R. 21 B.

HWNB sec. 13
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

NBFtWk sec. 33
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

NWSWk sec. 31
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

NWtSk sec. 31
T. 27 S., R. 20 S.

SWHkSk sec. 36
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

NWHNEk sec. 35
T. 27 8., R. 18 E.

NEkSEk sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.


60


50



12




105



128


70







50


85

87


43.2








117


74.3








38







49


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


450








1,000/17/1

















1,500/7


50/12


4.1


15.8


15


5.7


23.4


6.5


8


15


8.6


5.4


5.5


5.6


6


9- 5-57


9-19-57


11- 5-56



12- 6-56


5-15-58


5-15-58





1947


5-28-58


6- 6-58


1957


6-11-58


1947


14





6








18













12


--*****

9-19-57





12- 6-56








5-15-58













6-11-58


-- ---*--I --------- I11.1I 6-11-58 I -- I ------- I


Obstruction at 9 ft


Waters 3,000 chickens


Well failed to yield sufficient quantity
of water after lake was drained into
well for some time.






Water level 8.5 ft below surface 1940;
pumping Level 25+ but less than 28 ft
when pumping 1,000 gpm



Well is in pit 15 ft deep







H2S odor




W-1400


6111 12







Teble LO,.-CoRncnue4


Ovner


Rog


Klepper


Youngblood


805-230-1


805-20J-2


805-231-1



805-231-2


805-231-3


805-232-1


805-232-2


805-232-3


805-234-1


805-234-2


805-234-3


805-234-4


805-234-5


805-235-1


Location


NkNWk sac, 33 193
T. 27 S., R. 18 1.

NkNEk see, 5 194
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SVWSWk sec. 32 195'
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.


NSWk sec. 32 195!
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

NWkNWs eec. 5 1951
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.

SWkSWk sec. 30 1951
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWSWk sec. 31 1953
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWSWt sre. 30 1958
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWkSW see. 35 1950
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SFHKNE sec. 35 1957
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SAkMS8 sec. 35 1940
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. (?)

SEkSEl soc. 35 ---
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkNEk sec. 35 1939
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

kNWt sec. 34 1930
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


Casing





--- 0. 4
.i j


71


50





60


52





40





62


80


54





53


48





50


Yield
gpa/dd/hrs


1E. abin


Turner's Dairy Inc.


R Sallins


S. J. Shev

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


Lee Blount


C. H. Hobley


J. W. Barber

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


C. W. Walker


City of St. Peters-
burg


Water level



t 11
E1 wo


1, I1




18





12.4


8.3


16


10.7







13.6





17.9


hortds cunteni


9-17-57




5- -56






9-12-57


9-12-57


1953


9-25-58







9- 3-57





8-29-57


1930


*easrk*


16 6-11.58

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





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


15 11-19-57







..... 1----56


10 1-27-56

9 1-16.....32.





...--2.....


1,500/8


/i 3



ifi


~~~ -- ---~ -~-~-


I I


E


r i


I I I I


--


Well obstrucled at 22 ft




Water level 14,6 ft below top of seal
vhich is 0.6 ft above land surface,
9-5-57






Water contains much iron


Well is burled





Temp. 71*F, 11-27-56













W-131 Pinellas Water Co. 1, formerly
City 1, casing collapsed, sealed and
abandoned 1941: well is 30,ft 5uhof
present St. Petersi urg 1 (805-235-)







Table 10.--Continued

Casing 3 Water level Chloride content


Wl ownr o n S spYield t k
Well Owner Location | 'J gpV/dd/hra Re mk

1 3 __ 55 si .
o0 a B 'd I __O
or o0


805-235-2


805-235-3


805-235-4


805-235-5


805-235-6


805-235-7


805-237-1


806-204-1


806-217-1


806-225-1


806-227-1


806-228-1


806-230-1


806-232-1


City of St. Peters-
burg

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


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


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


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


Eugene Weaver


Florida Palm Nursery


Ledley Wear


Charles Eberly


Angelo Alfiero


R. J. Forkel


Alice Kee


A. F. Zambito


C. ., Armstrong


65





105


130


149





68








172


NE)NWk sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWkNWk sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWSWk sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NBkNZB sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.

NEktN sec. 34
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SB~gSE sec. 34
T. 27 S,, R. 17 E.

SgkSeB sec. 32
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEkSWk sec. 26
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

SWkS8 se.c 22
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

SSWSW seac. 20
T. 27 S., R. 19 B.

NtkNWk sec. 25
T. 27 S., R. 18 B.

W8kSB sec. 26
T. 27 8., R. 18 B.

NWkSW sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 18 R.

SEkNE sec. 30
T. 27 S., R. 18 B.


1,100/12


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


1,000/8











500/10/3








100/6


95 ---------------

42 --- ---------


--- 56


9





12-15








15


5.9.





4.6


17.5


9.8


4.9


10.2


2.8


1930

..---











1- -57


2- 5-58





5-28-58


1- -57


6-12-58


6-11-58


9-17-57


9-12-57


9
















11








6





15


14


1-15-32
















11-27-56


6-21-57





8-21-58





6-11-58


11-19-57


I I I I I I I I ~I I ~I


38


W-123, City 2, yields 700 gpm regularly


City ,l, about 150 ft east of 805-235-1


W-240, City 1 or lC, yields 800 gpm
regularly

City 17, yield insufficient, abandoned


City 17a, practically no water yielded
on 3 hra. test in 1946, abandoned

House to be built over well


Temp. 74*!, 11-27-56







W-4181








Water contains much iron


Well collapsed at 40 ft, abandoned








Table 10,-'Con;ILned
C al water level Chlors a cuntels


Well Owner Locatton p//hrs I wrh


____ l~lii ll i g i __


806-232-2


806-233-1


806-233-2


806-233-3




806-234-1


806-234-2


806-234-3



806-234-4


806-234-5


806-234-6


806-234-7


806-234-8


806-234-9


Leo French


W. H, Mayers


Mra. T. Richards


U. T. Burrell




City of St. Peters-
burg

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


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



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


David Allen


V. B. Clemons


W. A. Bartholamew


Jame Walker


Raleigh Allen


3501 16


7.6


9.1




4.7


9.24-57


9- 5-57




9- 5-57


1-15-58 ..-- I ---. .


SWkSWk ise. 19
T. 27 S., ,R 18 E.

SWkNz seec. 25
T, 27 8,, R. 18 E.

SNSWkk sec. 25
T. 27 S.. R. 17 E.

81SWk sec. 24
T, 27 S., R. 17 !.



NWkNWh sea. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


SWNWk sec. 26
T, 27 S., R. 17 E.

WINWk see. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.



SWkS1k sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkthk sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWhNZk sec. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SNBtHE sec. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEkSWk sec, 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWtSWk sea. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


-- 1-15-32 p
8 1-15-32 P


15


------- u


11-22-57 U

---2-5 D


9-27-57 D


Water polluted, abandoned







Pumped 1-inch of sand in 5 8sa container
of water, in 1942, at total depth of
89 fti deepened to 106 ft in 1943) 3-ft
diameter hole 8 ft deep formed around
casing, well capped

W-124, Pinellas Water Co. 7, formerly
City 7, abandoned 1942, 75 ft northwest
of 806-234-2

Wgi-313, City 7 or 7A, yields 550 gpm
regularly

W-133, City 8, altitude of water surface
(static), 23.0 ft above mel 11-12-57,
altitude of water surface (pumping)
12.7 ft above mel 9-30-57

W-130, City 10, Pinellas Water Co. 10


Pitcher pump fails to pump when 806-234-4
is pumping



Nearby well 160 ft deep yielded muddy
water, well unsatisfactory



Water level 13 ft when drilled


1930


9- 5-57




9-13-57


6- -57


11-15-57








Table 10.--Continued

Casing Water level Chloride consent



Well Owner Location dhra g Remarkd
w Spm/dd/hre 4 a g

S u s 5 m S 1


806-234-10


806-235-1


806-235-2


806-235-3


806-235-4



806-235-5


806-235-6


806-235-7


806-235-8


806-235-9


806-235-10


806-235-11


806-235-12


806-235-13


Handon Groves


City of St. Peters-
burg

-.....do----
.--*...*do--------


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


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


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








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


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

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



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


-------. L. Smido--------


........ do,--------



J. L. Smith


WkSEk sec. 26
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWASEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NBkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SSgNek sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


NEkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SEkWkl sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.

SEkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkSEk soc. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEkSEk sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SBLNEl sec. 27
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SEkSEk see. 22
T. 27 S., R. 17 A.


971 3


700/26


1,100/10


1,100/9


1,100/15



1,400/10


1,100/8


900/5


888/20.2


1001----- -----------


16


15


23.5


20.9

--....I


48 1,005/9 10


51 ------------ 16


8-28-57


1930


1930


1930


1930



1930


1942


4- -52


4- -52


1-15-32


1-15-32


1-16-32



1-15-32


W-118, Pinellas Water Co. 3, City 3
originally, 250 ft west of 806-235-6

W-120,City 4, yields 700 Spm regularly


W-132, City 5, yields 700 gpm regularly


W-134, Pinellas Water Co. 6, formerly
City 6, yielded sandy water, abandoned
1942. 75 ft south of 806-235-12

W-128, City 9, formerly City 9A, yields
775 gpm regularly

Wgi-312, City 3 or 3A yields 700 gpn
regularly

W-2614, City 20, yields 700 gpm regularly


W-2607, City 21, yields 700 gpm regularly


City 16, yields 500-550 gpm regularly


City 18, yields 700 gpm regularly


City 19, yields 700 gpm regularly


W-241, City 6A, yields 700 gpm regularly


318


335


310


320


300





312


333


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


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








Teble 0O.r~CoRtlnued


Owner


806-235-14


806-235-15


806-236-1


806-238-1


807-204-1


807-208-1


807-209-1


807-213-1


807-218-1


807-218-2


807-218-3


807-226-1


807-230-1


807-230-2


Location


City of St. Peters-
burg

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


Ray Birch


M. W. Leavlne


W, A, Albricton


A. Pastrinostro


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


A. H. Pless


W. J. Kiehl, Trustee


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


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


Gilbert Tucker


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


City of St. Peters-
burg


Ca l





U' i--i


N~kNEk sec. 27
T. 27 S,, R. 17 E.

NWHNE sec. 27
T. 27 S., R, 17 E.

SWANk sec, 28
T. 27 S,, R, 17 A.

SWSMWk ec. 19
T, 27 S., R, 17 E.

SNEkE rsec. 23
T, 27 S., R. 22 E.

SwkSWk sac. 18
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

SWkswk sec, 18
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

NWkSEk sec. 17
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

NHESEZ eec. 16
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

NEtSt rsec. 16
T. 27 S., R. 20 E.

NlkSZk sec. 16
T. 27 S., R. 20 B.

SWkSE sec. 18
T. 27 S., R. 19 E.

SEkSWk sec. 16
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWkNZE sec. 21
T. 27 S., R, 18 E.


pYildr
gpa/dd/hre


1945





1957





1943


1936


1936




















1953


Wts nr toviii


blame leve
4 I9




O w i


128


125


111





21


36


36











36








142


hloride cunien
I


II


I


learks


38


33





86





54,2


47


47


47


65.2


61


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


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


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


,............


............j


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


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


1,000


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


..... ....0..


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


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


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


1,529/30


--- -----


I -


I


I


9-27-57


9-18-57


1943


1936


12- 6-56


5-15-58


1-27-58


1-27-58


1-27-58


6-12-58


9-17-57


1953


18











11





10








20


20


9-27-57





6-21-57





12- 6-56





7-30-58








6-12-58


11-19-57

.......


City 14, abandoned


City 15








Water found in cavity under hardpan


Irrigates 10-acre truck farm


Rock at 25 ft, cavity from 30-45 ft





R. E. Skinner 1 Beeeie Martin


R. ES Skinner 1A or 2, Bessie Martin.
Partially blocked at 7 ft depth










City 27 or 13A


I







S Table 10.--Continued

Casing ] Water level Chloride contend


Wll ner Location s gp/dd/hre g o lRemark
Owne1 c .. ,... 3 ddr +. "
44 M02 4 3S S4&

04___0________ g E 5 ___9)


807-230-3


807-232-1


807-233-1


807-234-1






807-234-2


807-234-3



807-234-4


807-234-5


807-234-6


807-234-7


807-234-8


807-234-9


City of St. Peters-
burg

R. L. White


C. W. Saigler


City of St. Peters-
burg






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

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




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


*----do----



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


...-----do------
----*--do*-----


57




56


500/25







1,100/8.5


SEftSE sec. 21
T. 27 S., R. 18 B.

NEkSEk see. 19
T. 27 S., .18 E.

NBkSBk sec. 24
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

NSFS~B see. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.





SWkSVB sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NESEk seec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.


SWNBlk sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.

SWkHBk sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 z.

NWkNZk sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWHNEt sec. 23
T. 27 S., R. 17 s.

SWkSBt see. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWk8Ek sec. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


717/31/12


949/14


1,3A4/30






-----------


7.8


8.5


33.7






18


23



21


21


21


9-25-57


9-24-57


9-24-58






1930


1952



1953


1953


1953


10





9


.1-19-57




1-15-32


1--1 1-- 11
.--- .----- P


W-143, City 13, WSP 773-C 8-13, U.S.G.S.
observation well H-13






W-100, Cosme test well 1, City 12, total
hardness 143, 9-11-30, altitude of water
surface (static) 26.2 ft above asl 11-12-57
at 180 ft depth water level was 17 ft,
no appreciable drawdown after pumping for
6 hours, well is 10 ft west of 807-234-3


City 11, well never connected to main


W-2615, City 22 or 12A; altitude of water
surface above mel (static) 32 ft 9-2-57;
pumping,5.6 ft 11-12-57

W-3080, City 23, casing cemented to top


W-3082, City 24, casing cemented to top


W-3081, City 25, casing cemented to top


W-3079, City 25A, originally 26, plugged
and abandoned, pumped muck and mud,
casing left in well
W-4117, City 26, cored to 300 ft, plugged
end abandoned, no casing left in hole

W-4118, City 27, cored to 300 ft, plugged
and abandoned, no casing left in hole


76 59 525/25

88 --- 872/28








Table 0,.-CootalnId
---- s t I Water level Chlortda counter



Well Owner Lctilon j Ig lld | *r/


__ ______i i ij i__ i i H A ____


807-234-10


807-234-11


807-234-12


807-234-13


807-235-1


807-235-2


807-236-1


807-236-2


807-236-3


807-236-4


807-236-5


807-236-6


807-237-1


807-237-2


807-238-1


City of It, Peters-
burg

R, B, Carpenter


E. D. Warner


City of St. Peters-
burg

J. A. Love


Elmer Tucker


W. W. e14vine




...----- do--..----
------**do---**-**


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


R. N. Eaves


ilton Raybon


J. A. Day


W. W. Leavine


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


WSt rsee, 14 195
T. 27 8., R. 17 8.

MhkBWk rec. 23 195!
T. 27 S., R. 17 8.

H skNk sec. 23 1941
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

MWhSEk eec. 14 1956
T, 27 8., R. 17 B.

ISPkgk sec. 22 1954
T. 27 S., R. 17 X.

M~BWk sec. 22 1957
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

NkS8Wk sec. 21 1956
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWkHBk eec. 21 1956
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

SUkNk sec. 21 1942
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

SWkHNk sec. 21 1947
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

S8SUk1 ser. 16 1940
T. 27 8., R. 17 8.

SW tSk see. 16 1956
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

N2kSW sea. 17
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SWHkWt sec. 20 1956


sBWiWk see. 19 ---
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


65





72





120


120


80


80





-.....


.....


54











46





46


49


46


48


42


40





34


.***...........


..........


...........


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


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



............
******..-.-.


-.--.------.
e---Li-----*



..........0..


,..........0.


............m


,.... .......


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


........... 110.8


18


16





16.2





14.7


15.9


16.8


15.6


10


10.1





5.9


1955








9-17-57





9-18-57


9-18-57


9-18-57


9-18-57


1940


9-18-57





9-19-57


9-18-57


7








110











7











16


9-13-57








1- 7-58







o-.-.57


7-30-58











9-25-57


3801 12


W-4115, City 28, plugged and abandoned





Reported water level 21 ft, 11-15-56


City 28A, plugged and abandoned, no
casing in hole













Well was pumped 5 minutes before
measuring




Water has high iron content


Water highly colored, tastes like lake
water








Table 10.--Continued
caging Water level Chloride content

.0 9 4 Yield $
eall Owner Location i gp/ d/hre g Reark
m /d3 L 96 Is u


_____________________ EAlmiiI_ _____jis asma_______


808-203-1


808-204-1


808-208-1


808-208-2


808-208-3

808-214-1


808-214-2


808-226-1


808-227-1

808-227-2


808-231-1


808-232-1

808-234-1

808-234-2


Ledaly Wear

Albert Chestnut


C. L. Whiteside

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


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


V. L. Reagan


State of Florida


Billy Pilley


Hillsborough County
Bd. of Public Instr.

Lute Baptist Church


Ralph J. Cordiner

Hillsborough Dairy
Inc.

Serge Hogyorosy

h. 8. Clendenning


SEGNE4 sec. 13
T. 27 S., R. 22 8.

NBkNSk sec. 14
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

SVONt sec. 18
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

SWtkBk sec. 18
T, 27 S., R. 22 E.

NWkNZh Sec. 18
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.

NkN8t sec. 18
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

SSkSZI sec. 7
T. 27 S., R. 21 .

SBEINE sec. 18
T. 27 S., R. 19 E.

NBkSWk sec. 12
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWkNW stec. 13
T. 27 8., R. 18 E.

Bs~B sec. 8
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

NSkSWk see. 18
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

SWWkW sec. 14
I. 27 8., R. 17 B.

swkSEk sec. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


11




60


83


56


123


94


70


102


48


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
















72/9/8


435/15/4


100/5/1



50........
550

..... .....


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


...........


7- 8-57


7-18-57


1954




3- 7-34


1955

7-29-58


6-12-58


1955




8-30-57


9-24-57


9-13-57


1- 7-57


6




18




10


21




8












---


6-21-57




7-28-58




6-21-57


6- 3-58




6-21-57







,----


WSP 773-C, 20, irrigate 10 acres


WSP 773-C,19, irrigates 5 acres




W-2439, Hillsborough River State Park
camping area supply

Reported water level 11 ft when drilled

W-3428, Lute School water contains much
iron and is highly colored

W-3378


Water level 6.9 ft below top of 8-inch
casing which is 0.5 ft above led 8-30-58



Water contains much iron








Table, 0,O.Contlnut4

1rw t1 e level JrChiorta runtc a


Wall owIer LoCstson | d h. I .
___________I IooCo 1 gpm/dd/hps "


808-234-3


808.234-4


808-234-5


808.234-6


808-234-7


808-234-8


808-234-9


808-234-10


808-234-11


808-234-12


808-234-13


808-235-1


808-235-2


808-237-1


T. 0, Earle


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


City of St. Peters-
burg

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


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


------do-----
--........do** ....




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


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



St. Peteraburg
Y.M.C.A.

H. A. Dunlap


Col., E. Henderson


K. A. Davis


M\ .rek 14
T, 27 S,, R. 17 E.

NWkNEtk sec. 14
WNHA4 sea. 14
T. 27 S., R 17 e,

NWIhSE le., 14
T. 27 8,, R. 17 E,

NWkEk sre. 14
T. 27 .8, R. 17 E.

SWkNEk 're. 14
T. 27 ,, R, 17 E.

8WNEk sre. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEhkk ree. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEMWk sec. 14
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NBAkWN see. 14
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

SEkSWk sec. 11
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SEkSBk seI. 11
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

8kSWkW sec. 10
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

SEksW srea. 10
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

NEkSk sec. 8
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


1956


1956


1956


1956














1952


1956


1957

...-


153


84





375


384


375














97


82


85


89


4


3





20*
12

20-
12

20-
12













2


3


2


2


100


73





110


93


102














60


52


70


-----


61.9


60





59


61


62.5






















38
,...


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


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






760


1,000



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


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



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






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



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


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


3


4,3








29


30.8














21


12


12


3.5


9- 5-57


9. 3-57








1956


10.23-56














1952


9- -56


6- -57


9- 4-57


10


































11


Tamp, 75', 9-5-57


Excessive drawdown, abandoned


City 29A, plugged and abandoned, no
casing in hole

W-4116, City 29, telt ppd 200 gpm of
muddy water, well collapsed vhen surged,
abandoned
W-4119, City 30

W-4120, City 31


City 32


City 33


City 33A


City 34


6 338


































9-13-57







Table 10.-Continued

Casing Water level Chloride content



-d Ij I | d 1 Rmr

Owner 4 S pm/dd/hrs .s
______ ___ ___ h II e ~ ___
__ __ I __ .


808-237-2


808-237-3


808-237-4


808-237-5


808-238-1


808-238-2


809-208-1


809-225-1


809-227-1


809-227-2


809-231-1


809-231-2


809-231-3


809-232-1


U. L. Stafford


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


C. E. St. Clair


T. E. Kennedy


R. Helms


Evald 8akeen


D. L, Crum


R. L. Cockerham


George McDowell


Albert Newberger


R. J. Cordiner


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


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


J. L, Hancock


WWkN see. 17
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

NWhNW sec. 17
T. 27 8. R. 17 E.

SWktWk eec. 17
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.

NWSWk sac. 17
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

NAkNH sec, 18
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NEH2tW se. 18
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

SWA8WB sec. 6
T. 27 8., R. 22 E.

8WkS8W see. 5
T. 27 8., R. 19 E.

NWkMW sec. 12
T. 27 8., R. 18 E.

SlkSsk sec. 1
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

NEkSWk sea. 8
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

NWlNEk sec. 8
T. 27 S., R. 18 8.

NkNWk sec. 8
T. 27 8., R. 18 E.

NEHNEA sec. 7
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.


70

-.--.


21








140








100


40


48


..........
53|....


35





35


38


35


35


81


68








58.3


61


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


...........


..... .....


...........


..... .....


..... .....


..-........


..........


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


..... .....


...........


550


4.7


11


9


7.4


IA


12


3.9


6.8


9.9


8


6.3


6.6


9

,....


9-18-57


6- -55


1952


9-18-57


2- 5-56


6- -56


12- 6-56


6- 5-58


L1- 9-56


1954


8-30-57


8-30-57


1955

-.---.


13








16


15





6





18


13





810





10


9-18-57 D


*---U


...... D


6- 4-58 Ir


9-25-57 D


----


12- 6-56 S


U


2-10-57 U


6-12-58 Ir


....... Ir


8-11-58 Ir




8-11-58 D
8-11*58 D


Reported temp. 76'F


Water contains much iron, smells like
awampwater










Temp.75'F, 12-6-56





Water turbid 80-100 ft, drill efll into
cavity at 126 ft depth unknown













Water contains undesirable amount of
iron







Table 10.--Continued


Owner


J, L, Hancock


Wesley Colley

C. E. Coflin


4. S. Davis


809-233-1


809-234-1

809-234-2


809-234-3


809-234-4

809-235-1


809-235-2


809-235-3


809-239-1


810-209-1


810-210-1


810-210-2


810-212-1


Marvin Askew


I8dredge and Wilde


Richard Arentz


E. L. Brown


Jess Childers


Robert Thomas


Location


SWSEk sec, 1
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWSEk sec. 2
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

SEkNW% sec. 11
T. 27 8., R. 17 E,

SmkWk sec. 11
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


IMSWk sec. 2
T. 27 S., R. 17 B.

NgkNEk lec. 10
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWkSE seec. 3
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


SENWk sec. 3
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

HNkNEk ec. 12
T. 27 S., R. 16 Z.


NVFkNk see. 21
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

NWkNE sec. 2
T, 27 S., R. 21 E.

NEh~k sac. 2
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

NEkNW ge e. 4
T. 27 8., R. 21 E.


Ca'3


63


56,5

***.*.


**..*


57


66


87


77


80


100


97


84


62


85


12


80


450


Yield
gpa/dd/hra


IWatr level



& f
Hi


4.4


10.1











7.3


11


8-29.57


9- 4-57











9- 4-57


8- -56


Chloride cunten

1 4J


11


4











11


6


10- 8-57


8-11-58











U-22-57


8-11-58


-----...... 2 9- 4-57 ... ..--- U

5 14.8 0-31-56 10 0-31-56 D


62.31-- .........


8.7


L1-16-56


12- 6-56 D,8


6-21-57 D


L2- 6-56 D


9- 4-57 U


Rmarke


Water contains much iron


Water low in Iron conntnt vell next
door 120 ft deep, vields water with high
iron content






Pumping level more than 22 ft when
pumped at 10 gpm on 12-6-55; 31 ft drop
pipe now used is satisfactory

Sand filled vell to 10 ft below surface
when pumped

Temp. 75*F, 10-31-56 well is in Pinellas
County about 100 ft vest of Hilliborough
County line



2 ft well point,water is brown and unfit
for drinking, well is dry in dry season

Temp 690F, 12-6-56; water has mineral
taste

Abandoned prison camp supply, 14.7 ft
southwest of 810-213-2


Williamson


Clapp


Harms


I ~.-- -- -----


-- ----


I


I


I E


60 51

S 37







Table 10.--CbntLhued
Casing Water level Chlcride content


Well Oner Location i gp/dd/h Remarki

_I i j -411.1 Ie dj l li_


Robert Thomas


W. F. Finsel


W. L. Hatton


NENWH sec. 4
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.

NEBNWt sec. 2
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

NWOHWs sec. 2
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.


100


- I- -


11-16-56


9- 4-57


9-16-57


10


6-21-57


Abandoned prison camp supply


80 ft of 3-inch casing, 100 ft of
2-inch liner to cut off sand

Well pumped sand, abandoned 1934


810-212-2'


810-234-1


810-234-2








Table I, Chinlical AnUAlysl a QGround Water


(8104)


PO-
tas-
slus
(1)


t- I F4- -4'--". C-" -. ,"


)srtsa pr million exoet upeoific
r.- j L..... ......l 0 _, .. .


Ohio- h~un-I NI- I
Sulitata ide rid. )rat. ;


Bicar-
bonate
(HC.))


1an
(rt)


I'-I--.


Well
nauber


7392241
7422081
7422191
7432151
7432262

7442241
74422631
7462141
7462244
7472041

7472101
7472201
7482238

74822319
7512072
7512311
7522071
7522171

7522201
7522301
7552033
7552211
a 7552212

7562121
7562164
4 7572253
7572273
757228

757228
7572341
7582041
4 7582041


Date
of
o1le0otlon


07-28-58
08-22-58
07-31-58
08-07-58
04-07-55

07-27-55
03-05-58
07-29-58
03-06-53
07-28-58

07-28-58
03-06-53
07-27-55

03-06-53
01-30-59
01-06-25
07-29-88
01-30-59

07-28-58
07-30-58
07-29-58
07-30-58
09-18-58

04-04-58
01-28-59
03-12-58
01-29-59
02-08-08

02-21-08
01-29-59
06-07-57
07-11-57


25
27
11
47
--


17
40
18
25

21
23


21
26
25
21
25

2.8
21
27
12
22

19
7.3

10

21
8.1
21
-


n1
o


I


T.-V
per-
ature
(Fv)


Cor- (atur


0,00
.04
.00
.01


.00
S.10
.00
.00

.01
.00




S.38
.00

.00
.00
.00
.03
.06

.00


.4

'1.9

.00


Nag-
Cal- no-
lua slum Bodium
(Ca) (f)i (Ns)
104 40 16
44 15 8.7
7. 1,7 3.1
38 17 6.6
115 51 11

81 36 20
199 81 86
50 21 8.8
276 110 105
42 10 7.0

50 14 7.7
87 38 13
206 79 73

170 65 50
80 20 3.2
221 26 223
56 16 10
53 17 5.5

126 93 788
111 13 28.
42 12 8.5
47 7.2 27
76 4.0 4.0

45 10 6.0
49 3.8 1.8
76 7.3 --
122 33 388
96 6 102

94 12 110
238 300 320
26 14 5.3
45 2. --


2.5
.9
1.3
1.2

1.3
2.7
.9
2.9
.5

1.1
1.2
2.6

2.4

1.1

20
.6


.2






.4
-


noess
acoS


C ah t nalun 1 i


conductance, pHA
solid

'hos- Cal- Besid
Chat cu- at
PO) sIted 180
0.0 557 608
.0 229 232
3.4 54 51
.0 222 229
702

484
1350
263 257
-- 1840
.1 195 200

.0 230 242
-- -- 531
-- 1340

-. 1080
-- 354 --
320
265 294
245 --

0.1 2850 3150
.3 418 426
.1 200 203
.0 237 257
298

.1 183 182
-- 162 --

1480 --
590

.- 650
--0400 --
-1 160 179
-- -


200
160
11
208
180

210
168
249
162
156

164
228
176

172
163
322
187
189

4
401
183
145
150

188
115
200
131
218

195
666
115


252 18
42 12
11 9,0
4.0 5.0
330 21

165 26
582 190
12 7,0
821 270
25 8.0

46 9.0
188 14
610 157

510 88
134 10
7.1 611
54 14
38 13

262 560
2.0 44
10 9.5
18 53
21 --

.0 9.5
34 9.0
-- 85
100 760
34 174

45 226
840 5400
2.0 14
.0 15


col-
1or


and colo
a
as

ue Calloiu
Eagne-
*C stum

424
172
25
165
496

350
830
212
1140
146

182
373
839

693
202
659
206
202

697
330
154
147
208

154
138
220
440

284
1810
122
122


COl.
oF


corn
I, No
* carbx
at

260
40
16
0
349

692
8
1000
18

48
186


552
148

52
47

694
2
4
28
58

0
44
56
332


1260
28
30


r
rM
C


Upeotirf
conduot-

(ioro-
a- sabgs
at 25'C

805
351
79
313
950

686
1780
386
2300
300

364
718
1720

1370
553

444
412

5000
679
312
408

297
289
550
2760


16700
252
220


_PH
7.6
7,5
68.
7.8
7,8

.3
.3
.8
.4
7.6

.3
.4
.4

7.3
7.7

7.7
7.7
1.7
7.9
7.6
7.5
r.6

7.9
7.7
r.4
.6


.4
.2
.2


3
3
8
5



2

3

4
6



0

2
5

5
10
5
3
10

3
4
0
4


18
3
-







Table 11. (Continued)


Chemical analyses in Darts per million except specific conductance. PH, and c o:r-Continued
Dissolved IER!e s specific
solids as CaCO0 conduct-
Nag- Po- dance Tem-
Date a Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- per-
Well of Silica Iron cium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos Col- nature
number collection (sio0) (Fe) (C) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOa) (S04) (C1) (F) (NO9) (PO) lated 1800C siun ate at 250C) pH or (0F)


7582172
d 7582275
0 7582303
0 7582311
o 7582313

d 7592241
7592263
d 7592265
759227
Tampa

Ybor Ct3
a 7592312
c 7592313
7592331
S7592352

800206
8002071
801207
801207

.8012072
8012075
80121315
8012131!
8012131!

8012131B
80121315
80121315
80121315
80121315

80121315
80121315
80121315
80121315
80121315

80121315
80121315
8012131B
80121315


07-28-58
04-10-58
04-14-42
05-05-42
.10-07-42

07-11-57
04-15-58
11-22-57
10-10-23
08-26-23

02-08-08
10-26-42
10-09-42
01-02-58
01-02-58

02-14-24
03-18-58
10-18-23
02-14-24

02-14-24
08-23-23
03-25-57
03-25-57
03-25-57

03-25-57
03-25-57
03-25-57
03-25-57
03-25-57

03-26-57
03-26-57
03-26-57
04-03-57
04-04-57

04-05-57
04-05-57
04-05-57
04-05-57


15
16
16
14
14


34

15
14

17
12
18
20

26
18


28











21
-


0.00 58
.03 46
.10 94
.40 83
.80 75

-- 60
.00 49
-- 44
.09 36
.26 132

-- 38
1.16 84
1.7 77
.00 106
.00 214

-- 50
b .49 50
.03 14
47

-- 44
0.09 60
99
100
-- 59

-- 61
-- 56
-- 120
-- 120
-- 87

52
118
110
S.47 54
-- 66

88
67
50
62


4.3
6.3
8.2
5.9
5.3
13
8.6
11
4.1
33

5
6.9
6.1
11
50

18
16
4.1
22

15
11
4.6
2.1
3.2

2.9
2.1
8.0
7.5
3.6

3.0
5.7
4.7
9.4
2.8

6.0
3.2
3.6
5.2


4.2
26




18

8.6
292

1.8
48
41
122
638

3.6
9.4
18
2.2

4.1
16
6.6
7.8
5.0

4.9
4.9
5.6
6.5
4.8

6.5
5.3
7.8
5.3
5.5

6.2
5.0
4.7
5.0


0.7 164
-- 132
-- 256
259
-- 268
-- 160
1.2 158
183
88
200

55
273
229
2.6 234
11 238

221
.3 229
7
233

195
-- 253
1.7 208
1.2 220
.7 170

.7 173
.7 168
1.2 150
1.0 206
.6 184

.6 190
.7 208
.4 207
.3 212
.2 208

.6 243
.4 196
.1 164
.1 194


27
28
18
1.6
3.4

6
21

18
95

32
4.8
4.4
49
210

11
1.0
20
5.8

6.9
1.7
96
101
22

22
16
197
153
78

16
149
136
3.0
8.5

49
23
6.8
14


7.0 0.2
44 .2
149
22 -
44

8.1
31 .6
5.0
13
588

24
30 -
44
238 .2
1210 .4

10
12 .6
14
11 -

8.8
14
10 --
3.5 --
8.0 -

8.0 -
8.0 -
8.5 --
8.0 --
8.0 -

8.5 -
9.0
8.0
7.0 0.2
9.5 --

10
9.0
9.0 -
8.5 -


0.0


.0

.1





.9
.6
1.8
-- i
.1
















0.2
m I

--- i

-- l
-- i
-- i
-- l

-- l


197





242






662
2470

227
















204


223
248
512
286
359


244

161
310

208
356
336
744
2670

227
224
125
224

208
258
361
344
195

203
168
484
453
294

200
419
382
221
209

300
218
171
208


28
34
0
0
0

4
28
0



15
30
118
544

0




96
88
20

22
10
197
149
.81

148
124
0
6

45
20
6
17


320
350



325
359






1140
4220

364




529
544
328

331
309
607
604
455

344
602
560
344
357

487
370
286
347







Table II. f(Coatinud)


ChaaL carsA&Lwa *r ki. rMiA,*SLr~3iyllfl _2 ~ 23eY.~ 1O4C4 .,E23h~fw43.


Frlu Ni-
ride rate
(PI I NO


8012131
8013131

8013131

80121323
8012273
8012274
4 8012291
a 8022232

a 802232
8a 022252



M802252
8022252
8022383
8022383

8032041
8032191
8032382
8043291
8052132

8052351
8052351
8052351
8062351

8052352
8052352
8052352
8052352
8052352
8052352

8052352
8062341
8062343


i DLI4oved4 I fRflJn
S olid as CaCO3


Nag-
Cal- e-
Iron clua sltu
F( ) (VCal (Ml


e Calcium, Non-
ma n- earbon-
sLum a at*


- -


Po-
taIs Itar-
sIum boatas
lit\ tmwn.l


ot a


04-01-57
04-10-57
04-10-57
04-10-57
04-12-87

05-07-57
07-12-58
01-29-59
03-15-56
03-12-S8

03-12-58
07-08-57
01-27-58
01-30-59
01-31-59

02-05-59
02-07-59
07-21-30
08-10-42

08-01-58
07-30-58
07-31-58
07-30-58
07-31-58

01-05-31
01-14-31
04-27-31
01-16-32
10-14-32

07-24-30
09-17-30
01-06-31
01-15-31
04-27-31

01-15-32
10-14-32
04-27-31
09-02-30


Tea-
per-
ature
Xy-
_ .~


Well
_-e


20

18
11
14
12
2.0

3.0
8.0
7.0
13




15

7.3
16
7.9
15
17




13


Sodium
teal


0.43

b .10
.00

.07
.04

.04
.10







,to
.36







,04.
b .00
.01
.00
.00




.03







.04
.00


-


4.3


14
14


300
160
3.3
6.0

15
39
39
34



170
P00

5.6
.1
3.
3.3
S3.

5.
4.
5.2
4.1
4.1


3.9
3.
3.
4.

4.
3.0
4.0
5.


. .-..--.-~


g


Sulfatl
IM 0I


conduct-
alice
(ateroyr
doJtu
*& M<|"


~L\"'


r r r .-r


I


5.2
8.0
5.4
5.8
3,6

5.2
2660
1920
6.9
1.0

.0
62
148
117



1900
1140
20
7.3
5.8
4.7
6.6


2.8
1.6
7.4


12


3.4

1.0
5.4
1.4
I


0.2
.4
.1
.4
.4

.4
79













32
.2
.5
.7
.6




.9
--I


, ,


~- ~I~~ Ys


fri)


346
104

42
47
60
78
87

66
67
64
68
66


68
69
70
64

70
67
73
83


210
218
199
212
212

204
191
157





186



192
223

204
138
203
251
285

220
218
210
215
218


240
219
220
209

218
217
231
260


43
23
70
108
6,0

.0
1790

10
89

164
818
967
912
932

892
091
672
357

6.0
3.0
.0
2.8
1.6

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.1


2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.0
.7
1.0
1.0


9.0
10
9.0
9.0
7,0

6.5
4880
3550
9.0


14
191
324
305
319

304
402
1440
1100
22
8.5
9.0
8.5
10

8.0
9.0
10
9.0
10

10
9.0
8.0
8.0
8.0

9.0
9.0
8.0
7.9


0.2

.2
1.1
.1
.1




.2



0 3


0.3
.4
.1
.1
.1I




.0


0.0

.7
2.1


1.2

1.5
.7
.2





1.2
15
9.9
.1
.0
.1




.0







.0


Chlo-
Sride
) tC(


o o silica
colla -tionl(s0)


I


Phao- Cal.- eidu
phate cu- at
(POJ lated 1804C

241
287
363
0.2 210 225

,2. 193 j 205
.110500 11600
6700 --
.1 170
280

-- 409
1800
-- 2280
1930 --



600
-- 3930
0.0 250 262
.5 161 166
.2 187 196
.0 237 242
.0 267 274


192
190 -
213


217


188

192' -
-i 192 -
207 -
231 -


180

1ed
3030
1580
146
177

302
1130
1300
2360
1280



1570
1040
128
118
162
20
232

186
188
181
187
179

180
186
188
191
176

192
180
199
231


40
22
65
106
2

0
2870
1460
8
65

204
936
1140
1120






0
5
0
2
0


428
406
459
533
356

329
15600
11300
265




2630






414
257
319
391
423


lB


Col.







3
7
4
0
10

10
10
10
5






13
2
5
5
S
-








Table 11. (Continoed)

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance. pH, and color-Co tinued __
Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaOC codct-
Nag- po- ance Tea-
Date a Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcian, Mon- (micro- per-
Well of Silica Iron ciun sium Sodiun slum bonate Sulfate ride ride rate phate er- at Bmagne- carbon- mhoe Col- atue
nuber collection (Sio) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (ECO) (50.) (Cl) (7) (NO.) l(P0) lasted 180'C sltm ate at 25"C) 9 or COe)
number colection l(11:.) i'8.0


8062343
8062343
8062343
8062343
8062343

8062343
8062343
8062343
8062351
8062352

8062352
8062352
8062352
8062352
8062353

8062353
8062353
8062353
8062353

8062353
8062353
8062353
8062354
8062354

8062354
8062354
8062355
8062366
8062355


'09-17-30
10-02-30
01-07-31
04-27-31
01-15-32

10-21-32
10-21-32
10-21-32
04-27-31
01-09-31

01-14-31
04-27-31
01-15-32
10-14-32
09-02-30

09-17-30
01-06-31
04-27-31
01-15-32

10-18-32
10-18-32
10-18-32
01-07-31
04-27-31

01-15-32
01-16-32
01-09-31
01-15-31
04-27-31


-

-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
0.03
-

-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-


76


S76
i M
74



72
76

73
76
88
73
71

71
74
66
73




74
74

73
74
72
72
73


3.2

3.2
2.8
2.6




4.8
3.8

3.4
4.0
4.1
3.1
6.6

4.8
4.6
3.2
4.6




3.4
3.6

3.5
3.6
4.7
4.3
3.4


3.2


2.1
1.8




6.1
0


4.6
3.5
6.3


2.8

4.0
2.8





1.0

1.0
3.2


4.4


- 241

- 238
- 236
- 228

- 233
- 235
- 234
- 245
- 237

- 235
- 247
- 281
S238
- 220

-- 231
- 239
- 211
- 236

- 230
- 224
- 229
- 233
- 231

- 227
- 235
- 237
- 234
- 236


1.0
8.0
1.0
1.0
1.0




2.0
1.0

1.0
1.0
1.0
.9
1.0

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0




1.0
1.0

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0


8.0
8.0
7.0
8.0
8.0




7.0
9.0

9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.9

9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0




9.0
8.0
i

8.0
9.0
8.0
8.0
8.0


-
-
-
-
-

-
--
-
-
-

-
-
--
0.0
-

-
-
-
-


211





21s8



222


215
I-


200








234
209
191

208

192
207





207

198
207


211


I--


203
10
206
201
196




200
206

196
206
237
195
205

197
204
T178
201




199
200

197
200
199
198
196







Table 11. (Continued)


.. Ch.ai..Lea La .. t a mse_.i.a. 't, er...


Silica Iron
(810s) (Fe)


Mug-
Cal- ne-
clue slul
(Ca) (Me)


:- 73

0.17 94
67

68
70
.12 70
.00 66
.01 90

P 1.8 114
b 1 524


Po.
tas-
Sodium slum
(Na) (K)


3,9

4,6

3.1
2.8
6.7
3,8
10

8.1
4.4


Bicar
bonat
(HCO,


236
231
232
255
217
218
221
229
213
281
334
160


Date
of
collection


eocific conductance. aN. and cnlow--Conhi~ued


* iln e..e m..I


Chlo-
:e Sulfate ride
(8) 0 (Cl)

1.0 8,0

30 10
1.0 8,0
1.0 9.0
1.0 89,0
.9 10
1.0 7.0
.0 18

34 14
2.0 8,.5


Hardness BSpeclif
a CACO, conduct-
sace
Calcium, Non- (mtoro-
magne- carbon- ahos
slu I ate at 25'C)


Dlesolved
solid
N1- Phos- Cal- Residue
rate phate cu- at
(No) .. (p lated 1.80'C

-- -- 207
-. -- --,
-. --. --
0.1 0.1 303

197 -
195 --
.0 -- 204 -
.1 .3 202 203
.1 .2 275 297

.1 .0 358 366
.1 .0 158 157


Pluo-
ride
(P)



0.2




.1
.3

.3
.0


a In solution when analyzed, except as noted

b Total Iron

a Analysis by Thornton Laboratories, Inc.

d Analysis by Tampa Water Department

e Also contained .31 ppm COg


Well
number


8082355
8063355
8062355
8072181
8072341

8072341
8072341
8072341
8072383
8082082

8082142
8082271


199 -

242 33 451 7,4 20
181 -
186 --
189 -
189 -
176 2 331 7., 8
238 8 464 7.7 3

301 28 557 7,7 3
131 0 259 7.5 6


01-15-32
10-24-32
10-24-32
07-30-58
01-07-31

04-27-31
01-15-32
10-14-32
07-30-58
07-28-58

07-29-58
07-30-58


12







12
15

18
13


Tem-
perw
Col- sature
pH or ('o)


ecifc cndutane. M. nd nl --Contiguegi


PI


i


_ .. .' Y .. C~EI m~l"I ,


i






Table 12. Chloride in Ground Water
(Note: Chloride data were determined in the field and do not met laboratory
standards of precision and accuracy )


Collectirm
Well No. ate Time Flw Ci d
_____ (pm) (pp


738-231-5
739-224-1

740-224-1
7L0-228-1
740-228-3
741-203-1l

741-230-6







7h2-208-1
742-219-1

742-229-9

713-2S2-1
74i-224-18

74h-226-.


2-20-52
8- 7-58
5-11-51
7-28-58
2-26-51
8- 7-58
8- 7-5
8- 7-58
2.12-58

11-16-50
2- 4-58
3- 6-58
4- 2-58
5- 8-58

8- 7-58
10-11-59
10-13-59
8-22-58
7-31-58

10-27-50
8- 7-58
8- 7-58
11-30-50
8- 7-58

11- 1-o0
I- 8-58


Collection
Well No. Date Time (gn C r


7WT-226-9
716-226-31




7h6-214-1
746-224-4

7L6-224-5

7h6-22h-10

747-204-1
7h7-210.1
7148-205-1

748-222-6

748-223-8

7T8-223-10
748-223-l9


12-13-50
8- 7-58
11-30-50
2- 4-58
3- 658
4- 2-58
8- 7-58
7-29-58
10- 5-50
8- 7-58

11-17-50
8- 7-58
10- 5-50
8- 8-58
7-28-58
7-28-58
22-22-56
$-214-58
10- 6-40
8- 8.58
10-11-50
8-18-58
10-11-50
8- 8-58
8- 8-58
10-13-59
1-10-59


50
130
2iS5
127
13U
128
95
7
205
275
35
70
4o
32
8
9
12
14
25
18
200
138
90
80
63
71
115


32
29
31
12
9
25
22

5
25
20

25
116






Table IS Conttnur


Collection
Wel1 No. Dt, Tims hru Chloride
(___) (PPI,)


749-219-1

7t9-222-

750-222-1
751-207-2
751-208.1
751-213-A





751-213-B





751-231-.
752-207-1
752-217-1
752-218-1
752-220-1


6- 3458
8- 848
8-8-58
9-20-51
8- 9-58
5- 9-52
8- 8-58
1-30-59
6- 3-58
1946
11- 756
12-12-56
5-28457
10- 157
6-264-58

11- 756
12-1256
5-28-57
10- 5-57
6.26-58
6-2648

8-15-58
7-29-58
1-30-59
6.- 3-58
7-28-58


150 pm
2037 pm


18
8
36
210
240
210
205
10
2i
21
22
20
21
24
22
26
22
21
22
26
22
26

34
12
213
218
1,560


752-230-1

753-218.A
753-206-1

754-219-1
75-229-1


755-203-3
755-221-1






755-229-A

755-231-1
756-205-1
756-a07-7
756-21-2
756-212-1


Colleotioo
Well No. Dt* Ti C
----------------^JJSQ -- W


6.10.58
7-30-58
6.26-58
1-11-57
8-20-58
6-1058
8-1l-58



7-29-58
4-29-58
5- 158
5- 2.48
5- 32-58
5- 5-58,
5 5-58
5- 5-58
7-30-58
6-10.58
8-24-58
8-23-58
6-21-57


6-20-57

6-20-8
h- 4SQ


71h7 an
2s:51 p
6s25 pu


20
17
60
600
370

38
10
26
72
250
120
320
320
100
53
213
259

1,380
10
12
21
10





Table 12 Continued


Collection

Well No. Date Time C de


756-215-1

756-235-2
756-226-1
756-226-2
756-216-4
756-218-1
756-221-1

756-227-1
756-229-1
756-230-1


756-230-2
b 756-230-5

756-231-1
757-203-2
757-212-1
757-212-2
757-212-3


6-20-57
1-11-58
5.26-58
5-26-58
5-26-58
1-30-59
5-27-58
5- 5-58
8-20-58
8-1k-58
6-n-58
8-1k-S8
6-10-58
6-U-58
8-23-58
8-13-58
.-25-58
8-1 -58
6.27-57
10. 8-57
10- 8-57
10- 8-57


a20













\


12
13


11
35
9
11
100

222
29
24
7l
101
10
A5
352

k4
10
10
10
9


Collection

Well No, Date Time C


757-220-1

757-221-1

757-221-2



757-222-1


757-222-A
757-222-B
757-223-1
757-223-2

757-22k-1
757-22.-2
757-22L-4

757-225-3

757-225-4
757-226-6.
757-226-5


6-18-57
8-20-50
8-20-58
11-10-59
2- k-58
3- 5-58
3-31-58
8.20-58
i-28-58
5- 7-58
8-2048
6-26-58
6-26-58
8-18-58
.-28-58
8-10-58
8-18-58
8-18-58
2-13-53
-15-58-
2. 5-58
3-12-58
8-18-58
8-1k-58
8-2i-58


22
lil
123
120
57
51
60
55
42
58
36
250
170,
22
24
23
*U1
ti7
24?
25
26
8t
85
147
30
42






TU 3a QontnUm.d


pton No, D

WVU. No. Dit. TI ___ )___


757-226-9
757-226-10

757-22642
757-226-13
757-227-1
757227-2
757-227-A


757-2324

757-231-1


758-204-1

758.208-1
758-226-2
758-226-3
758-217-1
758-217-2
758-219-1


8-14-58
b-11-52
8-l4-58
k-11-52
l-U-52
8-14-58
8-314-58
9- -22
6- -27
6.-2448
84--58
.28-.8
11-2146
8-12-58
139-59
6- 7-7
7-11-57
8- 148
6- 747
5-26-548
5-27-58
5-26-58
7-28-58
5-27-58


312
250
388
150
327
750
17
58k
92
15
no
100
13,500
7,950
5,1o0
35
214
13
1UI
20
16
7
16


758-220-1

758-220-3
758-223-1
758-22k1-1
758-226.2
758-226-3
758-227-2

758-227-3
7562827-5
758-228-1

758-230-1


758-230-3
758-231-1
758-231-3

758-231-5
758-231-6
759-216-1


Well No. WDte Tim 1SIt)


8.2048
6-18-57
8.18.58
8-18-58
8-15-58
84-15-548
8-15-485
8--548
4-10-58
4-U-58
8-li458
1-3547
1-10-58
8-13-58
s.- -42
5- -hS
10- -42

S" e
5- -42

5-26-58


50

18
6
10
28
10
28



38
32
33
25
22

22


72
51
23i






Table 12 Contiated


Collection

Well No, Date Time Fl ) C orde


759-219-1
759-220-2
759-2204-
759-221-1
759-222-1

759-221-1
759-221-2
759-226-3
759-226-4
759-226-5
759-227-1
759-227-2
759-229-1
759-231-2
759-231-3
759-231-U
759-231-5
759-231-8


Collection

Well No, Date Time Co d
______________\w ) Cuvsa)


6-11-57
8-20-58
7-31-58
8-20-58
8- 1-56
8-18-58
7-11-57
8-18-58
4-15-58
8-15-58
11-27-57
8-24-58
8-14-58
1-10-58
10-25-l2
10- -4p
8-12-58

4-25-58
8-12-58


13
8
8
21

8
8
6
31
II*
5
23
135
36
30

56
76
16


759-233-1






75.9-233-2
759-235-1
759-235-2


800-207-1
800-226-A
800-226-D

800-227.-


800-228-1
800-230-1
800-230-2
800-233-1
800-234-A


9-26-57
1- 2-58
2-5-58
3- 5-58
3-31-58
5- 7-58
6- 4-58
8-13-58
8-12-58
8-12-58
1- 2-58
1- 2-58
8-22-$8
3-18-58
6-10-58
8-22-58
1-29-59
6-6-58
8-22-58
1-29-59
6- 6.50
6-11-58
6-11-58
8-12-58
9-26-57
8-12-58


175
238
250
237
2148
250
251
234
128
2,220
1,200
1,210
1,220
12
22
17
18
880
980
980

14
23
23
23
1,1400
1,190


I






Tablo 12, Con~tnusd


Collection
DatWell Tie o Clr de
Well Not I k on) I ppMI


BO00-234-1



800-235-1
801-207-2
801-207-5

801-2135

801-213-22
801-223-2
801-224.-1
801-226-A
801-226-B
801-227-2


801-227-3
801-227-.4

801-227-A


1- 7-5B
6-12.58
10-12-59
11.10-59
1- 7-58
8-22-58
8-22-58

I- 3-57
I-12-57
5- 7-57
6-12-58
11- 7-56
8-22-58
6-10-58
8-22-58
8-19-58
10-13-59
11-10-59
7-12-58
8-19-58
1-29-59
2-17-58
6-12-58
1-29-59


7
7
6
26
26

35
29
18
1,680
4,500
1,530
4,876
3,550
3,550
21
25
16


Colletion
Well No. Date Time no Chlorda
______too I______ C ) PP


801-227-0














801-227-0









801-229-1
801-238-1
801-238-2


11:00 an
2t05 pa
7 00 am
830 am
10105 a
11ni5 am
1:35 pm


9-20-56
10- 9-57
10-21-57
10-21-57
10-22-57
10-22-57
10-22-57
10-23-57
10-25-57
10-25-57
11-26-57
1- 2-58
4-21-58
2-27-58
6-19-58
8-19-58
10-11-58
1-21-59
5-11-55
5-12-55
5-23-55
5-16-55
5-20-55
5-23-55
6- 7-55
6-10-55
6-28-55
7- 1-55
8-19-58
3-35-56
8-11-58
10-22-57
8-11-58


--


212
222
200
210
410
120
I50
470
Soo
4500
201
18
22s
229
237
242
218
1,180
1,330
362
380
180
194
156
304
60

54
33
9
1,450

1,780
1,780





Table !P Continued


Collection
e No Date Time Cw hloride


802-223-1
802-223-2


802.225-1

802-225-2






802-226-A
802-231-1
802-231-2
802-232-1

802-234-1


802-2314-2


802-235-1


6-12-48
3-12-58
3-12-58
6-$5-58
9-17-42
8-19-58
7- 8-57
8-11-57
8-19-58
1-27-59
1-30-59
1-31-59
2- 5-59
2- 7-59
8-22-58
11-19-57
8-12-58
11-19-57
1- 7-58
9-19-57
9-26-57
8-12-58
9-20-57
9-26-57
8-12.58
9-26-57
8-12-58


9:00 am
3:00 pm


Collection
;ela N, Date Time 13C Chloride
,-;G No. WPM)


802-236-1
802-238-1






802-238-2

802-238-3

802-238-4
803-204-1
803.210.6
803-219-1
803-227-A
803-232-1
803-232-2
803-238-1

803-238-2


1- 7-58
11-27-56
11-27-56
9-25-57
3- 4-58
3-31-58
5- 7-58
6- -58
8-11-58
11-27-56
8-11-58
8-10--2
3-18-47
8.11-58
8- 1-S8
12-19-56
7-30-58
8.22-58
11-27-57
11-19-57
11 5-56
8-11-58
11- 5-56
9-25-57
12. 6-57
1-.2-58


1,820
1,130
2,350
1,860
1,850
1,9140
1,080
1,900

1,100
1,00oo

2,100
2,500
710
22
12
8
10
35


290
296
23
12
12
17






Table 12 Continued


Colleti on
SDate Timw o C o .da
Well No,t Sa) VP -


803-238-2
(Continued)





80L-217-1
80k-229-1
80-232-1
804-233-1l

805-208-1

805-213-2

805-227-1
805-230-1
805-231-3
805-234-1i
805-235-1
805-235-2
805-237-1


2- 5-58
3- 41-58
3-31-58
5- 7-58
6- -648
7-31-58
10-12-59
11-10-59
8-21-58
7-30-58
11-22-57
9-19-57
8-12-58
12- 6-56
6-21-57
5-15-58
7-31-58
6-11-58
6-u1-58
11-19-57
11-27-56
1-16-32
1-15-32
11-27-56
11-27-56


2:00 Fm
5:00 pm


Collection

Well No. Date Ci C de


805-237-1
(Continued)

806-2o0-1

806-225-1
806-228-1
806-230-1
806-232-2
806-23h-3
806-23l-7
806-23l-9



806-235-2
806-235-3
806-235-4
806-235-5
807-234-1
806-236-1
807-204-1


9-25-57
2- 5-58
8-.1-58
6.21-57
7- 8-57

8-21-58
6-11-58

11-19-57
11-1947
1-15-32

11-22-57
9-27-57
10- 8-57
11-2247
8-11-58
1-15-32
1-15-32
1-16-32
1-15-32
1-15-32
9-27-57
6-21-57
7- C-57










Collection
ellFlow Chloride
Well No. Date Time (Fom) Cride


807-209-1
807-218-1
307-226-1
807-230-1
807-232-1
807-234-11
807-235-1
807-236-3
807-237-1

808-204-1
808-208-2
808-214-1

808-21.2

808-227-1

808-233-3


808-235-2


12- 6-56

7-30-58
6-12-58
11-19-57
11-19-57
9-13-57
1- 7-58
7-30-58
9-25-57
8-11-58
6-21-57
7-28-58
6-21-57
6- 3-58
7-29-58
6-21-57
7-30-58
A- 3-58
8-11-58
8-11-58
9-13-57
8-11-58


Collection
Date Time Chloride
Well No. Date Time ( )


808-237-2

808-237-5

808-238-1

809-208-1

809-227-1


809-227-2
809-231-2
809-232-1
809-233-1

809-23U-1
809-235-1
809-235-2
810-209-1

810-210-1
810-210-2


a 300


9-18-57
8-11-58
6- L-58

9-25-57
8-11-58
12-6-56
6-21-57
2-10-57
6-21-57

6-12-58
8-11-58
8-11-58
10- 8-57
11-22-57
80-11-58
11-22-57
8-21-58
12- 6-56
6-21-57
6-21-57
12- 6-56


13
8
16

8
6
6
18
16

13
8
10
11
11

4


6

9
9
10
10


2:05 pm
2:10 pr





lreble iR, cnntinued


810-2124
810-2)3-1


Collection

Iell No. Date Time F od


9" hw7

9- h-57
A-21-57
9. l457


a Flow estimated
b Composite of 756-230-6 & 756-230-7






Table 13. Summary of Monthly Evaporation in Hillsborough County


Class


3.:

3.

5.;

6.

7.,

7.-

6.:

5.'

5.


Evaporation (inches)



A Pan1 Pan Coefficient2

17 0.77

73 .69

23 .73

55 .84

53 .82

10 .85

18 .91

66 .91

24 .85


January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December


Total


1 Monthly mean of record for 1952-58 from U.
at Bay Lake near Sulphur Springs, Floric


S. Weather Bureau evaporation station


Computed evaporation data for Lake Okeechobee, Florida. Kohler, M. A., 1954,
Lake and pan evaporation, in Water-loss investigation Lake Hefner studies,
technical report. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 269, p 128,
based on a study by Langbein, W. B., "Research on Evaporation from Lakes and
Reservoirs," Paper presented at Brussels Assembly, 1951, and U. S. Weather
Bureau Records.


Month


4.45

3.44

2.77


Reservoir


2.57

3.82

5.33

6.17

6.04

5.62

5.15

4.45


2.30


49.71