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Title: Water resources records of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 50 )
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Physical Description: iii, 106 p. : maps (2 fold.) ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Musgrove, Rufus H
Barraclough, Jack T
Grantham, Rodney G
Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1966
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Statement of Responsibility: by Rufus H. Musgrove, Jack T. Barraclough, and Rodney G. Grantham. Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geologica Survey, Escambia County, Santa Rosa County and the City of Pensacola.
General Note: A supplement to the authors' Water resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, 1965.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50







WATER RESOURCES RECORDS OF
ESCAMBIA AND SANTA ROSA COUNTIES, FLORIDA




By
Rufus H. Musgrove, Jack T. Barraclough,
and Rodney G. Grantham


Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, SANTA ROSA COUNTY
and the
CITY OF PENSACOLA


TALLAHASSEE
1966

































































Completed manuscript received
March 16, 1966
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey (job. no. 154)
Tallahassee



1i








TABLE OF CONTENTS


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


ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure Page

1 Map of Florida showing the location of Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties ............................... 2
2 Map showing locations of streamflow stations and
sampling sites in and near Escambia and Santa Rosa
counties .................................. Facing p. 2
3 Map of Florida showing the well-numbering system ..... 3
4 Map showing locations of ground-water data collection
sites in and near Escambia and Santa Rosa
counties ................................... Facing p. 4


TABLES

1 Name and location of streamflow stations and samp-
ling sites ........................................ 4
2 Streamflow data ................................... 6
3 Chemical analyses of stream waters ................. 12
4 Specific conductance of surface water in micromhos at
250C .............................................. 52
5 Temperature (OF) of surface water ................... 59
5a Maximum and minimum temperature (OF) of surface
w ater ............................................ 62
6 Chemical analyses of water from the sand-and-gravel
aquifer in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties .......... 67
7 Records of wells in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties,
Florida ........... ............... ............... 70
8 Ground-water levels in Escambia and Santa Rosa coun-
ties, Florida ....................................... 91










WATER RESOURCES RECORDS OF ESCAMBIA AND
SANTA ROSA COUNTIES, FLORIDA


By
R. H. Musgrove, J. T. Barraclough, and R. G. Grantham

INTRODUCTION

Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, the westernmost counties
in Florida, have an abundant supply of both ground and surface
water of excellent quality. As a result of rapid industrial growth,
the water needs of the area are becoming greater and information
about the water resources must be made available so that the
area may realize the full industrial potential without creating
problems caused by water shortages, salt-water encroachment,
and pollution.

In 1958, the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Geological Survey began a 4-year comprehensive investi-
gation of the surface-water and ground-water resources of the area
and the possible effect that municipal and industrial expansion
would have on these resources. The investigation was financed
by the U.S. Geological Survey, the Florida Geological Survey,
Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, and the City of Pensacola.
The interpretive results and selected data are contained in the
report entitled, "Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa
counties, Florida," by R.H. Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough, and
R.G. Grantham, which has been published by the Florida Geolo-
gical Survey as Report of Investigations 40.

The information collected during the investigation will serve
two major purposes: (1) it will provide an inventory of the water
in the area; and (2) it will provide a sound basis for planning
development and use of the water resources of the area.

The data contained herein consist of a complete compilation
of records collected during the 4-year study. Included are records
of streamflow, chemical analyses, temperature, and specific con-
ductance records of surface water, chemical analyses of ground
water, well descriptions, and records of ground-water levels.






2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


The well-numbering system- used in this report is derived
from the latitude and longitude coordinates and is based on a
state-wide grid of 1-minute parallels of latitude and 1-minute
meridians of longitude. The wells in a 1-minute quadrangle are
numbered consecutively in the order inventoried. The latitude and
longitude prefix north and west and the first digit of the degree
are not included in the well number.

The well number is a composite of three numbers separated by
hyphens: the first number is composed of the last digit of the
degree and the two digits of the minutes that define the latitude
on the south side of a 1-minute quadrangle; the second number is
composed of the last digit of the degree and the two digits of the
minutes that define the longitude on the east side of a 1-minute
quadrangle; and the third number gives the numerical order in
which the well was inventoried in the 1-minute quadrangle, shown
in figure 3.

This report is a supplement to the interpretive report.


Figure 1. Map of Florida showing the location of Escambia and Santa
Rosa counties.


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sites in and near Esoambia and Santa Rosa counties.


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45'






40'






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30'






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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50


Figure 3. Map of Florida showing the well-numbering system.








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Table l.--ame and location of stream~ 1o stations and sampling sites
(Note: Numbers preceding station nams are location numbers in Fig. 2,
numbers following are station numbers)


Station Name

1. Bay, Marcus Creek near Pensacola
(2-3761)


2. Big Coldwater Creek near Miltan
(2-37c5)


3. 3ig Juni.per Creek near Harold
(2-3702-T)

4. Big Juniper Creek near i)mson
(2-5702)


5. 3tackwater Rvaer near Holt
(2-3701o)

6. Brushy Creek near Halnut Hill
(2-3763)

7. Cance reek near Bluff Springs
(2-3756.-0o)

8- Carpenter creek at Pensacola
(itist.)


9. 3aat Pork CcoLater Creek near
mcnson (2-3702.8)


10-. Levenstle Creek near Hasley
(2-3771.EH)


11. Zscambia Creek at Flacaton, Ala.
(2-3750)
12.. scambia river near Century
(2-3755)

13. Hscabmia Biver near Gaonzalez
(Misc.)

14. 3scaabia Biver near Qilntette
(2-3760-5)

15.- Hurrtane Branch near MiUton
(2-370-5)

16. Jhcka Branch near 1xascogee
(2-377T)


17T. Mutrd Creek near Barrinean Park
(2-37fk.)

18.- mooI Creek near chrmcklarl
(2-3758)


Drainage Area
(sq. mi.)

11.2


Location

in S3 sec. 13, T. 2 s., H. 30 W., at
bridge on U. S. HigtivW 90, 5k miles
northwest of City Hall, Pensacola.


237 in SWM sec. 5, T. 2 N., R. 27 W., at
bridge on State Highway 191, 6j miles
northeast of Milton.

142 in li sec. 36, T. 3 N., R. 27 W., at
county bridge, 5.1 miles north of Harold.

36 in SWI sec. 12, T. 4 H., R. 27 W., at
bridge an State Highway 4, 2 miles vest
of Munson.

276 in HBE sec. 36, T. 3 N., R. 26 W., at
Bryant Bridge, 2.4 miles northwest of Holt.

49 in SEI sec. 4, T. 4 N., R. 33 W., at
county bridge, 2 miles vest of Walnut Hill.

35 in sec. 26, T. 5 N., R. 31 W., at bridge
on U. S. Highway 29 and 2 miles south-
vest of Bluff Springs.

4.31 between sees. 34 and 35, T. 1 S., R. 30 W.,
at bridge on State Highway 291, 5.5 miles
northeast of Escambia County Court House,
Pensacola.
6h1 in SEf sec. 5, T. 1 N., R. 27 V., at
bridge on State Higway 4, 5.4 miles
vest of Munson.

13.9 in NEI sec. 3, T. 1 S., R. 31 W., at
State.Highvay 297 and 4 miles northwest
of Ensley.

323 in NEH sec. 33, T. 1 H., R. 8 E., at
bridge an U. S. Highway 31 at Flomaton, Ala.


3,817


in sec. 10, T. 5 N., R. 30 W., at bridge
on State Highway 4, 1-3/4 miles east
of Century.


181 in sec. 30, T. 1 N., R. 30 W., 0.75 mile
downstream froa Spanish Mill Creek and
3 miles northeast of Gonzalez.

L14 in sec. 20, T. 2 N., R. 30 V., at bridge
on State Highvay 184 and 3 miles north-
east of Quintette.

2.95 in: N see. 22, T. 2 N., R. 29 V.,
7 miles northwest of Milton.

23.2 in NJ sec. 6, T. 1 N., R. 31 W., at
county bridge, 2.3 miles north of
Muscogee.

26.5 in NJ sec. 33, T. 3 N., R. 32 W., at
bridge on State Highway 99, 3.2 miles
north of Barrineau Park

22.0 between see. 34, T. 4 N., R. 30 W., and
sec. 4, T. 3 N., R. 30 W., at county
bridge, 2.5 miles northwest of chumuckla.













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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50




Table 1.--Cont'd


19. Perdido River at Barrineau Park
(2-3765)


20. Perdido River near Nokomis, Ala.
(2-3762.OE)

21. Pine Barren Creek near Barth
(2-3760)


22. Pond Creek near Milton
(2-3707)


23. Sweetwater Creek near Munson,
(2-3702.3)


24. West Fork Coldwater Creek at Cobbtown
(2-3703)


394 in see. 15, T. 2 R., R. 32 W., at
county bridge, half a mile southwest
of Barrineau Park.

43.8 in sec. 31, T. 1 N., R. > E., ax bridge
on U. S. Highway 31 and 2 miles south-
west of Nokomis.

75.3 in SWe sec. 5, T. 3 H., R. 31 W., at
Wiggins Bridge, 4.0 miles northwest
or Barth.

58.7 in SEV sec. 15, T. 2 N., R. 29 W., at
bridge on State Highway 191, 6.4 miles
northwest of Milton.

45 in sW sec. 16, T. 4 N., R. 26 w., at
bridge on State Highway 4, 1.3 miles
east of Munson.

39.5 in SEt sec. 2, T. 4 N., R. 29 W., at
county bridge, 0.6 mile east of
Cobbtown.


1,210


25. Yellow River near Holt
(2-3695)


in sec. 16, T. 2 N., R. 25 W., at
county bridge, 2.5 miles south of Holt.










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Table 2.-Streamflov data
(Note: Numbers preceding station names are location numbers in Fig..2,
numbers following are station numbers)

1. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Bayou Marcus Creek near Pensacola, Fla. (2-3761)
(in cubic feet per second)
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year

153 16.3 aj.6 40.7 4A.4 55.4 44.4 52.5 9.9 8.6 39.5 -
1959 40.8 39.5 37.5 49.2 35.2 46.2 41.9 32.3 41.2 43.9 37.3 34.7 39.9
1360 56.1 37.1 -


2. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Big Coldwater Rreek near Milton, Fla. (2-3705)
(in cubic feet per second)


1.958 -
1!39 321
L1o; 391


1. 69*5
*45 538

1-7 1532

l'~9 681
57 37=
9533





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4864
570
7T27
8~52
1111
456
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61'




936
109


617
569
651
956


311
551
487
491
523
1061
679
557
1367
709
828
684

531
706
1l33
797
271

456
526
1176
15330


1110
571
306
507
391
537
297
735
577
457
680
326
42
286
556
267
225
528
552
597
583
393
1145


608
1404
600
706
468
558
576
982
428
699
1028
613
361
267
571
323
298
425
568
638
1o07
656
785


1798
465
403
570
373
773
383
1087
608
498
550
457
317
293
327
233
508
208
302
453
487
8690
886


932
339
351
695
351
1016

936
6'2
519
135
660
441U
549
552
225
217
505
832
560
191
951
915


235
352
361
332
34
426
411
300
584
956
1125
362
298
376
232
438
222
206
212
528
338
499
418


270
359
8841
458
L6o
391
434
683
405
920
800
420
362
390
297
1383
234
207
502
419
343
502
448


648
595
421
546
479
630
161
752
828
700
608
439
400
357
529
343
317
357
501
476
531
624


3. Streamflow measurements of Big Juniper Creek near Harold, Fla. (2-3702.7)


Date Flow
(cfs)


Date Flow
(cfs)


1-58
July 20

1359
Jime 2

Aag. 28
Oct. 3


1960
232 Apr. 4
Apr. 5
June 30
*1260 Aug. 25
201 Oct. 7
176 Oct. 7
587 Oct. 8


*3680
2500
160
208
*23oo
2130
977


1960
Nov. 9

1961
May 18
June 21
Nov. 2


166


194
*4400
176


eak flow frce rating curve


h. :cnthly and yearly m-an discharge of Big Juniper Creek near Munson, Fla, (2-5702)
(in cubic feet per second)

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

1958 72.6 65.6 84.5 55.2 37.4 76.3 87.5 44.7 61.1 29.3 32.9 36.7 56.8
- 959 3.0 97.2 71.5 73.5 65.6 89.2 53.7 57.0 65.7 130 56.2 59.4 71.6
1160 70.5 109 96.6 171 68.2 39.5 71.6 7.9 70.1 -


'are Flow
(cfs)










INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50





Table 2.--Cont'd

5. Streamflow measurements of Blackwater River near Holt, Fla. (2-3701)


Date Flow
(cfs)


Date Flow
(cfs)


1958 1960
July 20 449 Apr. 5 *7320 1961
Apr. 5 6540 May 18 280
1959 June 30 227 June 22 I6320
June 2 42780 Aug. 24 278 Nov. 2 226
July 16 331 Oct. 7 2000
Aug. 28 502 Nov. 9 221
Oct. 8 758
Peak flow from rating curve

6. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Brushy Creek near Walnut Hill, Fla. (2-3763)

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

158 88.0 92.7 127 88.2 57.5 187 90.1 62.6 71.3 54.3 61.6 62.2 86.7
'59 72.5 144 122 127 138 161 102 83.3 105 103 69.8 77.6 108
60 102 107 113 171 132 69.8 94.0 75.8 101 66.3 65.0 70.2 97.2
61 96.9 156 178 209 91.4 149 121 170 127 -

8. Streamflow measurements of Carpenter Creek at Pensacola, Fla. (Misc.)

Date Flow Date Flow Date Flow
(cfs) (cfs) (cfs)

1959 1960 1960
Oct. 29 50.8 Apr. 28 6.2 Dec. 8 7.0
Nov. 18 8.6 May 18 7.6
Dec. 10 7.1 June 9 12.1 1961
Dec. 30 7.9 June 29 5.2 Jan. 6 6.3
July 21 7.8 Feb. 2 5.4
1960 Aug. 25 9.4 Mar. 1 84.6
Jan. 22 5.5 Sept.l4 7.3 Mar. 18 26.0
Feb. 10 7.6 Oct. 10 11.4 May 17 7.3
Mar. 4 7.0 Nov. 10 11.3

9. Streamflow measurements of East Fork Coldwater Creek near Munson, Fla. (2-3702.8)

Date Flow Date Flow Date Flow
(cfa) (cfs) (cfs)

1958 1960 1961
July 1 60.7 Mar. 17 220 Mar. 21 482
Apr. 4 *3930 Aprr 12 *6000
1959 Apr. 4 3560 May 16 86.9
May 12 68.4 Apr. 5 901 Sept.15 1470
June 23 67.9 June 7 54.0 Oct. 31 58.2
July 14 152 Aug. 23 129
Aug. 25 82.6 Nov. 9 48.7
Sept.18 107
Oct. 6 149

*Peak flow from rating curve.


Date Flow
(cfs)









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Table 2.--Co=t'd

12. Mathly and yearly mean discharge of Escambia River near Century, Fla. (2-3755)
(in cubic feet per second)

Jan. Feb. bar. Apr. MAy June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year


1954 -
1935 6477 5700 14570 801 625 2995 2631 3385 2080
1936 31530 16580 6652 8547 3465 1784 2734 5635 2328
193T 5831 74os 8102 21920 9800 4oo8 2808 2506 4517
1938 585T 5005 18250 12710 3462 2226 4933 4850 1475
1939 2429 6628 14480 7741 2684 7834 3387 22954 8057
19k40 787 15390 7008 7450 5445 6336 13620 3681 1613
194.1 6367 5352 7739 4640 1725 1539 3784 3421 1905
1912 10850 10450 17150 10300 4352 3844 4819 4291 3699
1943 15870 842 25480 9429 3919 2924 4805 3745 2829
1944 9713 7931 24620 31150 13710 4725 3670 6800 107lo
19.5 6254 7710 6066 7776 7394 1878 4470 3586 2065
1946 17900 10o00 15300 9990 14070 10970 8814 14110 8549
19kT 12450 7129 16610 23120 11170 7939 4224 2850 2781
1948 7272 9981 24270 9684 3169 2508 3972 4462 2883
1949 10450 12490 11g 11430 10110 5279 8828 5743 2938
1950 o025 3000 6110 7000 3271 1851 208 3380 4809
1951 2839 4038 7479 1180o 110 2013 1497 1157 1763
1952 2915 7150 13360 10470 5498 4588 1365 2307 1873
1953 5355 7702 7288 8575 10750 2434 3418 1750 2156
1954 8019 5746 6964 4903 1953 1256 1490 939 708
1955 1925 4522 1783 14780 5309 3706 3533 3938 1156
1956 1895 6049 9178 3832 2070 2098 3859 1128 3245
195T 4690 3588 4633 18030 7105 3331 2957 1221 2880
1958 5367 688 11710 6743 3168 2421 4634 2881 3531
1959 3129 111oo 10590 1120 3563 8910 4007 3261 6037
1960 90o7 13560 11450 26960 6344 2583 3293 3306 4756
1961 3916 15460 19630 22790 5179 7225 5221 3830 5831


6523 2516 3556
1226 1580 2213 4594
1327 1163 2791 7032
4138 7907 5565 7012
990 1210 1590 5220
4085 2097 2363 7072
1259 1720 7884 6322
1266 1319 5343 3702
2679 1797 3751 6483
1650 5762 4952 7500
3305 3271 5305 10405
1526 2401 6016 4751
4521 5628 4651 10430
1681 7666 12500 9164
2294 14740 22250 8968
1972 1818 3089 7086
1654 1468 2328 3630
1199 1884 3406 3368
1089 1150 2630 4518
3142 2472 246oo00 6658
666 1033 1157 2890
1087 1055 1295 3650
3568 1755 6571 3770
2135 5374 5360 5096
1689 1561 2017 4372
7531 6971 5989 6810
2451 1864 2481 7289


15. tnthly and yearly mean discharge of Hurricane Branch near Milton, Fla. (2-3705-5)
(in cubic feet per second)
1960 5.70 4.85 4.02 4.19 4.01 10.0 5.67 4.48 4.19 -
1961 -.12 6.66 4.99 5.00 3.54 6.70 4.71 6.05 5.09 3.45 5.13 7.61 5.24

16. Monthly and yearly man discharge of Jacks Branch near Muscogee, Fla. (2-5767)
(in cubic feet per second)


1958
1959
1960
1961


27.1 20.5 53-7 15.3 7.04 20.5 4..4 15.3 17.7 7.69 7.02 7.99 20.4
11.0 22.7 21.8 28.6 9.69 41.2 16.1 8.98 32.6 82.2 21.0 14.1 25.8
28.5 29.9 31.8 104 15.3 5.67 5.34 9.97 60.6 6.94 4.66 6.68 25.6
13-o 106 39.8 50.5 6.33 59.6 18.1 20.2 19.3 4.74 9.33 54.6 32.9

17. Streamlow measurements of McDavid Creek near Barrineau Park, Fla. (2-3764)


Date Flow
(crs)


1959
Aug. 27
Oct. 7
Oct. 29

1960
July 22
Aug. 24
Sept 15


19.9
128
178

20.1
38.6
755


Date Flow
(cfs)
1960
Oct. 7 102
Nov. 10 24.0


1961
May 17
Dec. 8
Dec. 16


28.4
32.2
247


Dote Flow
(c s)


1958
Mr 13
.une 21

1959
Mar 13
June 10
Jame 25
MJ T 15


28.8
*260

29.6
*U1100
25.4
41.8









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 9




Table 2.--Cont'd

18. Streamflow measurements of Moore Creek near Chmuckla, Fla. (2-3758)
Date Flw Date Floa Date Flow
(cfs) (cfs) (cfs)
1958 1960 1961
July 21 34.5 Mar. 3 65.1 sept.13 55.2
June 9 36.4 Nov. 2 38.8
1959 July 21 33.8
ay 14 36.8 Nov. 11 40.9
June 23 36.6
Sept.17 44.4

19. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Perdido River at Barrineau Park, Fa. (2-3765)
(in cubic feet per second)
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year
1941 897 684 658 475 500 849 -
1942 1588 1204 1427 883 878 82a 934 732 759 425 390 789 884
1943 1177 671 1835 799 445 466 834 709 676 372 717 641 781
1944 755 546 1959 2198 628 674 646 1568 1336 447 630 738 1011
1945 865 761 558 987 522 321 789 474 293 290 321 659 569
1946 1170 884 1873 580 1420 792 1559 1528 1546 540 515 515 1047
1947 1534 622 2394 2084 1348 574 386 814 1955 476 1588 1293 1241
1948 887 799 1786 883 620 660 731 585 807 521 1654 1109 920
1949 812 1023 1555 951 1159 824 1134 1063 900 506 436 631 9i7
1950 499 436 965 1420 441 473 1298 673 1240 459 383 586 740
1951 499 489 1555 823 352 869 532 338 514 278 469 520 586
31952 367 981 831 750 710 345 297 356 754 260 270 )o 539
1953 698 866 638 100oo4 652 427 677 520 388 266 543 2084 751
1954 669 501 624 415 320 316 363 249 224 233 256 302 372
1955 386 588 269 2395 376 427 544 609 310 271 246 323 559
1956 446 910 1199 351 282 351 609 315 653 558 279 431 532
1957 339 345 513 1717 1128 793 321 308 929 431 913 594 693
1958 765 o2o b4o 577 375 1082 72 5 568 546 312 339 362 593
1959 43o 1069 877 1006 977 1568 821 588 953 1234 599 615 892
1960 816 850 753 1b54 807 438 517 559 779 397 393 440 701
1961 703 1397 1331 2207 698 1439 1032 1092 812 -

21. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Pine Barren Creek near Barth, Fla. (2-3760)
(in cubic feet per second)
1952 757 8.1128
1953 122 232 171 154 145 95.9 124 93.8 107 78.0 11 415 154
1954 131 122 142 105 83.7 78.2 89.2 65.9 64.9 65.3 69.0 72.7 90.6
1955 81.2 96.9 66.4 465 94.3 82.1 111 127 78.6 70.8 64.5 70.8 117
1956 85.4 148 176 85.6 75.3 85.6 104 65.4 127 116 78.7 101 1lo
1957 85.4 80.2 114 379 149 124 80.6 91.4 loo la .2 [ 120 14o
1958 16 144 189 150 118 174 137 112 142 92.0 91.2 94.5 151
1959 101 165 153 170 160 259 143 120 144 1.9 117 122 151
1960 144 173 146 318 205 120 125 116 177 112 310 114 155
1961 143 271 378 411 172 245 219 233 165 -

22. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Pond Creek near MLLtan, Fla. (2-3707)
(in cuaie feet per second)
1958 75.5 68.2 88.9 65.5 53.4 78.1 82.0 69.1 67.7 51.0 51.9 50.1 66.8
1959 54.4 66.7 61.4 74.6 54.3 117 77.8 82.7 90.5 127 95.5 87.8 82.5
1960 94.0 95.7 97.3 166 96.7 74.5 75.4 75.8 212 103 80.7 77-5 1o0
1961 79.2 143 117 149 83.3 38 112 119 101 -









10 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY









Table 2.-CCot'd

23. Streaflw measurements of Sweetater Creek near Munson, Fla. (2-3702.3)
Date Flo Date laow Date Flow
(efa) (cas) (cfs)
1958 1959 1960
June 3 28.8 Sept.18 79.6 Aug. 23 78.0
Oct. 6 188 Nov. 9 40.9
1959
Mrr 12 48.2 1960 1961
June 2 *10o Apr. 4 *1700 Mar 16 64.5
Jia 25 51.4 Apr. 4 1500 June 2 45.8
July 14 166 Apr. 5 547 June 20 *2500
Aug. 25 42.0 June 7 43.7 Oct. 31 47.0
Peak flaw fran rating curve

24. Mtmhly and yearly mean discharge of West Fork Coldvater Creek at Cobbtovn, Fla. (2-3703)
(in cubic feet per second)
Ja-n Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year

1958 72-6 6.2 93-5 64.9 T7.0 71.0 81.9 55.9 57.3 35.9 39.1 42.6 59.6
1959 T7.5 84.3 8.4 81.6 51.7 74.0 57.9 53.0 73.6 110 66.1 71.8 71.2
1960 78.1 95.0 88.1 144 79.7 45-9 80.7 57.1 251 81.4 61.7 63.8 93.5
1961 78.7 138 165 266 64.8 138 10J 96.9 95.5 -

25. MtJly and yearly mean discharge of Yellow River near Halt, Fla. (2-3695)
(in cubic feet per second)

1933 950 944 993 -
1934 1060 1340 2430 1700 1800 1480 1800 1760 1100 5321 1600 1793 1941
1935 1812 2048 232 1929 2356 1465 1712 2670 2022 1154 1124 1566 1846
1936 7789 5033 2556 3079 1747 1462 1540 3776 1710 1172 966 1418 2684
1937 1556 2988 2813 4272 2524 1859 1395 2125 4077 2493 4044 2412 2702
1938 2130 1946 2922 2472 1595 1299 2013 2732 1206 921 942 995 1766
1939 1170 222 3391 1789 1762 3468 2542 7848 3353 2705 1513 1458 2759
1940 1842 3728 2247 2412 1876 1472 7378 2074 1173 949 1242 2593 2418
1941 2093 1825 2874 2500 l210 1131 2934 1845 1380 -






Tablv 3,-'ChuiiLcal anlyuse of *trueI water

(Notr Nuimber prmucding utruls nauiui r fur to Loaceton on figure 1)
ChumLcal analyses in pares per mlllitoi xcopp 'specifto conductance, pH, and color
Dissolved
Iolids


(1) BAYOU MARCUS CREEK NEAR PENSACOLA

Jan, 14, 1958.. 5,7 0.15 2.0 0.0 3.0 0.4 5 2.8 5.2 0.1 0,7 22 39 5 1 28 5.6 17 57
Oct. 2,...... 55 6.2 1.4 1.0 .2 2.2 .6 4 .4 4.2 .0 17 3 0 24 5.9 30 73
0
Mar. 13, 1959.. 31 4.2 .17 .6 .5 2.5 .1 2 .8 4.0 .0 .2 14 22 4 2 22 6.3 10 -- 0
Aug. 25 ....... 26 6,9 .74 1.4 .2 2.9 .4 5 .8 5.5 .1 .0 21 26 4 0 27 6.0 8 82
teb. 6, 1961.. 3.5 .16 1.2 .4 3.3 .5 4 1.2 5.0 .0 1.7 19 24 4 1 31 5.8 15 53
Oct. 10........ 6.0 .15 1.2 .6 3.8 .6 6 1.2 5.5 .0 1.2 23 6 0 33 6.0 10 73


<





Table 3,--Continued


Jan. 29, 1958.. 604

Mar. 19........ 812

Apr. 24........ 355

Jun. 5.......... 304

Jul. 20........ 404


Aug. 29........ 343

Oct. 8........ 328

Nov. 18........ 315

Jan. 7, 1959.. 328

Feb. 19........ 435


May 15........ 300

Jun. 26........ 304

Aug. 6........ 335

Sep. 18........ 450
Oct. 1-10..... 572


7.0 0.01 0.8

1.9 .01 1.0

6.6 .19 .8

6.7 .32 .8

6.8 .02 .8


4.7 .03 .8

8.1 .43 .6

8.9 .15 .6

11 .06 .8

8.1 .01 1.0


7.6 .04 .6

8.3 .28 .7

7.5 .07 2.2

7.0 .37 .8
9.0 .04 1.4


0.4

.2

.1

.1

.1


(2) BIG COLDWATER CREEK NEAR MILTON

2.0 0.3 4 2.0 3.2 0.0 0.1 18 21

2.0 .1 2 1.6 3.0 .1 .1 11 11

1.7 .1 4 .4 3.0 .1 .1 15 12

1.7 .1 4 .2 3.0 .1 .0 15 11

1.8 .1 3 .4 3.0 .1 .1 15 18


.1 1.8 .1

.1 1.5 .1

.2 1.4 .1

.4 1.5 .1

.1 1.9 .1


.4 1.6 .0

.2 1.3 .0

.4 1.8 .2

.2 1.8 .4
.5 2.9 .4


.4 2.8 .1 .1 13 16

.8 3.5 .0 .0 17 18

.4 3.8 .1 .2 18 17

.0 3.2 .1 .3 19 19

1.2 2.8 .0 .2 17 19


.5 3.8 .0 .4 16 21

1.6 3.2 .0 .6 17 21

.8 3.5 .0 .7 18 16

.4 3.0 .1 .6 16 22
1.6 3.0 .1 .3 23 25


il IIM fl[.[ a El



4 0 17 5.7 12

4 2 20 5.3 10 -

2 0 16 5.9 8

2 0 15 6.0 5 -

2 0 16 5.8 5 82


2 0 16 6.2 5 -

2 0 16 6.0 5 56

2 0 16 5.9 8 -

4 0 17 6.1 8

3 0 18 6.1 10 O


3 2 17 5.8 5

2 1 28 6.0 10 80

7 6 19 5.8 7 82

3 0 18 5.8 12
6 0 22 6.0 15








Tabls 3,-Continued


Oct. 11-20..... 1,254 7.8 0.04 1.2 0,5 2,2 0,4 5 1.6 2.5 0.1 0.1 19 27 5

Oct. 21-29 .... 587 8.2 .04 1.0 .9 2.8 .4 8 2.0 1.0 .1 .0 20 33 6

Oct. 30-31 .... 1,645 16 3.2 1,0 5.3 .4 18 1.6 3.0 .1 .0 40 44 12


Nov. 1-10,1959

Nov. 11-20.....

Nov. 21-30.....

Dec. 1-3,5-10..

Dec. 4........


Dec. 11-20.....

Dec. 21-31.....

Jan. 1-10,1960.

Jan. 11-20.....

Jan. 21-23,25-31


.03 1.4

.02 1.0

.01 1.2

.01 1.6

3.2


.03 1.6

.04 1.6

.02 2.0

.02 1.6

.01 2.2


2.4 3.0

.8 2.8

.8 2.8

2.0 3.0

2.0 3.0


1.2 2.8

.8 3.0

1.6 3.0

.8 3.0

1.6 3.0


.1 .0 22 31

.1 .1 20 30

.1 .0 19 20

.1 .2 24 22

.1 .5 44 44


.1 .6 22 26

.1 .0 23 25
I
.1 .1 25 25

.1 .2 19 25

.1 .2 28 30


0

1 18 6,0 30 -

0 23 6,3 20 *-

0 37 6,6 30 -


1 21 6,2 15 --

0 21 6,2 20 -

0 19 6.0 15 --

0 25 6,2 13 --

0 37 6.7 18 56


0 24 6.2 18 -

0 25 6.3 18 --

0 31 6.8 7

0 23 6.2 5

0 30 6.5 5


580

408

509

394

395


685

432

600

561

490


9,1

8.5

7.9

9.2

21


8.2

8.6

8.4

6.4

11





Table 3,--Continued


Jan. 24.......... 435

Feb. 1-10........ 794

Feb. 11-20....... 541

Feb. 21-29....... 670

Mar. 1-10........ 701


Mar. 11-20....... 624

Mar. 21-31....... 630

Apr. 1-10........ 2,466

Apr. 11-20....... 599

Apr. 21-30....... 466


May 1-10........ 762

May 11-20....... 480

May 21- 24-31,.. 449

May 22.......... 379

May 23.......... 393


4.8 1.5 7.9 0.7 32 1.6 8.0 60 18 0 55 7.3 5 58

7.4 0.01 1,2 .4 2.4 .2 8 .4 2.8 0.0 0.0 19 26 4 0 21 6.5 7 -

8.6 .01 1.0 .4 2,2 .2 6 .4 3.5 .0 .1 19 21 4 0 21 6.5 7

6.7 .01 .8 .5 2,0 .2 5 .8 3.0 .0 .1 17 20 4 0 18 6.4 7

12 .02 1.6 .7 3.3 .2 12 1.2 3.0 .1 .1 28 33 7 0 30 6.5 7


11

7.7

4.5

5.8

7.6


6.2

8.4

9.1

24

19


.02 1.6

.01 1.6

.06 1.2

.05 1.3

.00 1.2


.04 1.8

.02 2.2

.03 1.8

.22 5.6

.10 3.2


.4 2.8

1.2 3.0

.4 2.0

.6 2.0

.2 2.2


.8 3.0

1.6 3.0

.8 3.0

5.0

6.0


.1 .1 26 28

.0 .1 21 25

.1 .7 13 27

.1 .7 17 22

.0 .8 18 25


.1 .2 18 25

.1 .6 23 24

.1 .5 23 30

.1 51 -

.1 1.2 44 -


0 29 6.9

0 24 6.5

0 22 5.6

0 22 6.1

0 22 6.1


0 24 6.2

0 29 6.2

0 27 6.3

0 45 6.8

0 42 6.8


7 -

7 --

40

15 -

15 -


17 --

12

9

13

18









Table 3,-.Continued


Jun. 1-10, 1960.. 440

Jun. 11-20....... 360

Jun. 21-30....... 379

Jul. 1-10 ....... 692

Jul. 11-14, 16-20 898

Jul. 15 ......... 652

Jul. 21-31....... 425

Aug. 1-11........ 426

Aug. 12-20 ...... 564

Aug. 21-31....... 493


Sep. 1-10........ 444

Sep. 11-20....... 1,808

Sep. 21-30....... 601

Nov. 9.......... 377

Jan. 3, 1961..... 590


9.1 0.05 1.6 0.5 2.8 0.0 10 0.4 3.0 0.1 0.6 23 15 6

12 .01 2.0 .5 3.3 .0 13 .4 3.0 .1 .9 29 19 7

11 .05 1.8 .5 3.6 .0 12 .4 3.2 .1 1.9 28 19 6

8.4 .05 2.0 .5 2.8 .4 8 1.2 2.5 .1 .2 22 39 7

9.4 .04 1.8 .4 2.8 .1 10 .8 3.0 .1 .5 24 32 6

34 .08 5.6 .5 8.3 .4 34 8.0 .1 1.6 76 92 16

10 .05 1.8 .5 3.3 .3 11 .8 2.5 .1 1.2 26 32 6

12 .03 2.4 .6 4.2 .3 15 .8 4.0 .1 .9 33 48 8

6.9 .02 1.4 .4 2.4 .0 9 .4 3.0 .0 .3 19 34 5

16 .04 2.6 .7 4.4 .1 18 .4 4.0 .1 .3 38 67 10


.05 1.6

.06 1.6

.07 1.4

.01 .6

.01 .6


.4 2.5

.4 2.5

.4 2.5

.0 3.5

.0 3.5


.1 .9

.1 .9

.1 .6

.0 .1

.0 .3


21 26

22 32

22 31

16 17

16 20


0 27 6,6 8 --

0 33 6.6 3

0 32 6.8 2

0 32 6.0 27

0 29 6.4 10

0 60 7.5 79

0 33 6.3 13 --

0 38 6.9 7

C 23 6.6 7

0 39 6.9 7


0 24 6.4 10

D 25 6.4 15

0 25 6.4 25

0 16 6.2 2 61

0 17 6.1 4 -






Table 3.--Continued


Date of 1
collection 0 _
j 0


Mar. 2.......... 1,300

Apr. 20.......... 778

Jun. 15.......... 622

Aug. 7.... ...... 2,090

Oct. 4........... 508

Dec. 7........... 416


5.2 0,01 0.8 0.2 1.5 0.1 3 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.3 13 19 3

5.6 .01 .6 .2 1.5 .1 4 .0 3.0 .0 .1 13 12 2

7.6 .01 2.2 .4 4.9 .7 15 1.6 3.0 .1 .2 28 32 7

4.5 .04 1.2 .2 1.5 .4 5 .0 3.0 .0 .7 14 23 4

7.1 .07 .8 .1 1.7 .0 4 .0 2.5 .0 .4 15 20 2

7.2 .15 .6 .2 2.1 .1 4 .0 2.8 .0 .3 15 24 2


0 17 5.7 8 58

0 16 5.9 2 62

0 38 6.4 4

0 16 5.9 8 --

0 16 6.1 10 64

0 18 6.6 5 65


(3) BIG JUNIPER CREEK NEAR HAROLD


Jan. 15, 1958.... -

Jan. 29..........

Mar. 12 ..........

Apr. 24..........

Jul. 20.......... -


.14 1.0

.02 .8

.02 .8

.13 .8

.29 .9


6 2.5 3.5

3 2.0 3.5

4 3.0 3.5

2 .4 2.8

2 .8 3.0


.0 .2

.0 .1

.0 .4

.1 .1

.1 .2


20 22

17 20

18 20

13 10

14 20


2 19 6.0 7 55

0 17 5.5 10

0 21 5.2 8

1 15 5.6 5

1 16 5.5 .10 76







Table 3. -cpntinuud


Jun, 1-10, 1960,, 440
Jun, 11-20 ...... 360
Jun, 21-30,..,,,, 379
Jul. 1-10,....... 692
Jul. 11-14, 16-20 898

Jul, 15,,.,..... 652
Jul. 21-31....... 425
Aug. 1-11........ 426
Aug. 12-20....... 564
Aug. 21-31....... 493

Sep. 1-10........ 444
Sep. 11-20....... 1,808
Sep. 21-30....... 601
N'ov. 9........... 377
S Jan. 3, 1961..... 590


9.1 0,05 1.6 0.5 2,8 0,0 10 0,4 3,0 0,1 0,6 23 15 6 0 27 6,6 8
12 .01 2.0 .5 3,3 ,0 13 ,4 3,0 .1 .9 29 19 7 0 33 6.6 3
11 .05 1.8 .5 3,6 ,0 12 .4 3,2 .1 1,9 28 19 6 0 32 6.8 2
8,4 .05 2.0 .5 2,8 .4 8 1,2 2.5 .1 .2 22 39 7 0 32 6.0 27 -
9.4 .04 1,8 .4 2,8 .1 10 .8 3,0 .1 .5 24 32 6 0 29 6.4 10 --

34 .08 5,6 .5 8.3 .4 34 8.0 .1 1.6 76 92 16 0 60 7.5 79
10 .05 1.8 .5 3.3 .3 11 .8 2.5 .1 1.2 26 32 6 0 33 6.3 13 --
12 .03 2.4 .6 4.2 .3 15 .8 4.0 .1 .9 33 48 8 0 38 6.9 7 --
6.9 .02 1.4 .4 2.4 .0 9 .4 3.0 .0 .3 19 34 5 C 23 6.6 7 -
16 .04 2.6 .7 4.4 .1 18 .4 4.0 .1 .3 38 67 10 0 39 6.9 7


.05 1.6
.06 1.6
.07 1.4
.01 .6
.01 .6


.4 2.5
.4 2.5
.4 2,5
.0 3.5
.0 3.5


.1 .9
.1 .9
.1 .6
.0 .1
.0 .3


21 26
22 32
22 31
16 17
16 20


M
0


0


0
0
tO



W


0 24 6.4 10
0 25 6.4 15 -
0 25 6.4 25
0 16 6.2 2 61
0 17 6.1 4








S Table 3.--Continued


Dissolved Hardness G
solids as CaCaO
u N

S_ -, s- 0
Date of U
.collection tU U U |

a L 0, O g) 0
00 U I 4 a s s && &


May .19..........

Jun. .30..........

Aug. 25.........

Oct. 9 ..........

Dec. 6,.... ...


Jan. 31, 1961...

May 18.........

Jul. 12........

Aug., 5 .........

Oct. 4 .........

Dec. 4.........


5.4 0.03 0.4

7.3 .04 .4

6.5 .08 .8

3.8 .01 1.0

7.0 .10 2.0


.10 .8

.02 .8

.02 .6

.05 .8

.10 .6

.11 .6


(4) BIG JUNIPER CREEK NEAR MUNSON


Jan. 16, 1958.,.

Oct. 1 .........

Mar. 13, 1959...


6.7 .10 .8

6.8 .17 8.0

6.6 .25 .6


1.9 .1

1.3 .4

1.3 .1


3 1.8 3.5 ,1 .3

25 .8 3.0 .1

2 .4 2.5 .1 .0


1.6 0.2

1.7 .4

1.4 .2

1.2 .3

1.7 .0


1.5 .0

1.6 .1

1.2 .1

1.6 .2

1.4 .0

1.6 .1


4 0.4

4 2.4

3 .4

3 2.4

12 .4


3 .8

3 .8

3 .0

3 .0

4 .0

3 .0


0.0 0.1

.1 .1

.1 .1

,0 .1

.0 .2


.0 .3

.0 .0

.0 .3

.0 .8

.1 .3

.0 .0


19 17

18 19

14 20

12 20

22 28


15 20

13 17

13 23

15 24

14 18

14 24


0 14 6.3

0 15 6,1

0 16 5.7

0 18 5.5

0 27 6.8


0 16 5.8

0 16 6.1

0 15 5.5

0 19 5.4

0 14 5.9

0 15 6.0


5 -

5 --

'18 --

5 -

5 -


3 -

5 -

8 -

10 --

12 68

10 -


17 19

33 -

13 24


0 17 5.5

0 49 7.0

1 15 5.7


7 51

20 72

7 --









Tablw 3,I-ontlnuud


Aug. 27,..,,,.. 39 7.5 0,30 0.6 0.5 1,4 0.4 4 0.4 2.0 0.0 0,1 15 19 4 0 14 5,3 12 72

Feb. 7, 1961.... 245 5.6 .16 1.0 .1 1.2 .1 4 .4 1.2 .0 .1 12 30 3 0 17 5.5 50 -

Oct. 11......... 38 6.6 .09 .4 .2 1.4 .0 3 .0 2.5 .0 .2 13 18 2 0 13 5.8 10



(5) BLACKWATER RIVER NEAR HOLT


Jan. 29, 1958... -

Mar. 12.........

Apr. 24.........

Jul. 20......... 449

Aug. 8..........


Sep. 16.........

Oct. 28........

Dec.' 9.....,,..

Jan. 1, 1959.,...

Mar. 12..........


6.4

4.0

5.9

6.6

10


9.8

6.6

6.5

7.0

4.7


.02 .8

.02 .8

.02 .8

.06 .8

.04 .8


.03 .8

.36 1.0

.02 1.2

.01 1.0

.02 1.2


4 2.5 3.8

2 .4 3.2

2 1.6 3

2 .8 2.8

2 1.6 2.8


3 1.6 2.8

4 2 3.2

4 .0 2.5

2 2.9 2.8

2 2.5 3.2


.0 .1

.0 .1

.1 .2

,2 .1

.1 .3


.1 .1

.0 .0

.0 .2

.0 .1

.0 .2


18 17

12 25

15 14

14 16

19 25


19 20

16 14

16 18

17 22

15 23


0 19 5.4

2 23 4.9

2 18 5.4

2 19 5.1

2 18 5.3


0 17 -

0 17 5.7

4 16 6.2

2 18 5.7

2 21 5.3


10

25 --

15

35 77

20 80


5

5

5

4 59

10 -








'Table 3.--Continued


Apr. 23, 1959.. 2.5 0.03 0.8 0.2 1.9 0.0 2 0.9 2.5 0.0 0.2 10 22 3 2 18 5.5 17 63

Jun. 6.......... 8.0 .08 .8 .2 1.7 .1 1 .8 3.5 .1 .1 16 26 3 2 24 4.9 45 --

Jul. 16.......... 331 7.5 .08 .8 .2 1.5 .1 2 .4 3.5 .0 .0 15 23 3 2 18 5.3 25

Aug. 26......... 4.0 .04 .8 .2 1.7 .2 5 1.2 2.2 .0 .2 13 17 3 0 18 5.6 23 78

Oct. 8.......... 758 3.6 .,58 .6 .2 1.5 .0 3 .0 2.5 .1 .1 10 26 2 0 19 5.2 20 --


Dec. 8..........

Dec. 30......... -

Feb. 10, 1960...

Apr. 5.......... 7,320

May 19,........


Jun. 30......... 227

Aug. 25.........

SOct. 1-10.......

Oct. 11-20...... -

Oct. 21-31......


.26 .6

.05 .0

.09 .8

.04 .6

.04 .6


.04 .2

.10 .8

.02 1.6

.04 1.6

.03 1.2


.8 2.5

4.0 2.5

.4 2.0

.4 1.0

.8 2.2


.4 2.5

.4 2.5

2.4 2.5

1.6 3.0

1.6 3.0


.1 .5

.0 .4

.0 .0

.1 .1

.0 .2


.0 .0

.1 .1

.1 .2

.1 .1

.0 .1


14 25

18 23

10 27

8 20

15 25


14 17

14 20

19 25

21 20

18 25


C



C

r


z


0 18 5.3 15 --

0 20 5.9 10

2 19 5.2 22 58

0 16 5.1 45 69

0 16 6.0 15 --


0 16 6.0 7 --

0 16 5.9 18

1 26 7.7 12

0 26 7.7 10 --

0 23 7.9 0











Table 3, Continued


Nov. 1-10....... -

Nov. 11-12,14-19

Nov. 21-23,25-30

Dec. 1-3,5-10.,, -

Dec. 12-17,19-20


Dec. 21-24,26-31 -

Jan.2-7,9-10,1961

Jan.11-13,16.18,19 -

Jan. 24-31....... -

Feb. 1-10....... -


Feb.11-20,25,26,1961 -

Feb. 23,24...... -

Feb.21,22,26-28.. -

Mar. 1, 8, 10.. -

Mar. 2,3,5-7,9..


6.2 0,01 1.6 0,5 1.8 0,2 6 1.6 3.0 0.1 0.1 18 23 6

6.5 .04 1.6 .5 2,0 .2 8 1.6 2,5 .1 .1 19 23 6

5.0 .04 2.0 .2 2,2 .3 6 1.6 3.0 .3 .2 18 19 6

8.6 .04 1.8 ,1 2.2 .3 7 1.2 3.0 .0 .2 21 16 5

9.6 .10 2,0 .1 2,5 .3 9 1.2 3.0 .0 .2 23 21 6


9.6

5.9

6.9

6.1

6.9


6.4

2.7

6.0

8.2

6.4


.08 2.0

.02 1.2

.05 1.4

.03 1.2

.02 1.2


.02 1.6

.01 .6

.07 1.6

.39 3.2

.04 1.4


8 1.2 2,8

4 1.6 3.0

4 1.6 3.0

4 2.4 2,5

5 3.2 3.0


5 1.6 3.0

3 1.0

5 4.0 3.5

11 .4 5.0

5 3.2 3.5


.2 .4

.1 .3

.1 .4

.1 .6

.1 .4


.2 .4

.1 .4

.2 .3

.2 .0

.4 .3


23 24

17 20

17 24

18 22

20 46


18 41 5

- 4

21 45 6

26 56 10

20 49 6


1 26 7,8 0 --

0 26 7.6 0 --

1 24 7,8 0

0 26 6.1 10

0 28 6.4 10


0 28 6.3 10

4 22 8.0 0

0 21 7.8 0

2 23 8.2 10

2 22 6.4 15


1 22 6.0. 15 --

1 14 6.0 20 --

2 25 6.5 50 --

1 34 6.7 40

2 23 6.1 40









STable 3.--Continued





i. ?
Date of 0- 1 S
collection 4 0 d
.g1 .


SMar. 11-31.....

Apr. 1,8-11,23..

SApr. 3-7,12-13,
15-17,19-20..

'Apr. 14-18 ......

Apr. 21 .........


.Apr.21,22,25-30..

May 1'10.......

May 11-15,17-20

'May 21-30......

May 31 .........


Jun. 1-9...... .

Jun. 10,12,27...

' Jun. 11,13-20...

SJun. 21-26,28-30

Jul. 1,2,4-10...


6.7

7.3


6.0

5.4




7.2

6.1

6.9

- 5.9




6.3

7.0

6.3

- 6.6

6.7


0,5 0.1 17 43 6 2

.1 .2 31 35 7 0


0.04 1.4

.05 1.6


.46 2,4

.49 2.4

2.0


.06 1.6

.52 1.6

.01 1.2

.51 1.6

2.8


.03 .8

.05 2

.04 1.2

.12 1.2

.07 1.2


21 50

34 73




24 46

17 -

19 42

18 -




20 42

29 -

21 43

22 54

17 36


22 6.0 30

42 6.4 40


25 6.4

58 6.4

98 5.6


0 27 7.2

2 20 5.9

0 22 6.3

1 20 6.1

0 30 7.1


24 7.0

38 6.2

23 6.5

23 6.3

19 6.8


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Table 3.--Continued


Jul.11-18,2324.. -

Jul.21,22,26-29.. -

Jul. 25......... -

Aug. 1-10,......

Aug. 11-20......


Aug.21-27,29-31..

Sep. 1-10....., .

Sep. 11-20...... -

'Sep. 21-30...... -


7,4 0.10 0.8 0.5 3,3 0.4

6.5 .08 .4 ,5 1.8 .4

S .8 .5 -

6.6 ,06 .8 .4 2.4 ,1

10 .07 .8 .4 2.2 .1


7.0 .10 1,0

8,5 .11 ,8

7.3 .08 .2

7.5 .06 .0


.4 2.4 .1

.5 2,2 .2

.5 2.1 .2

.6 2.1 .2


10 1,6 4.5 0,1 0,1 24 51 4 0 25 6,6 30

6 .8 1.5 .0 .1 15 49 3 0 16 6.8 45

12 4 0 42 7.2 -

4 .0 4.5 .0 .2 17 29 4 0 20 6.1 45

4 .0 4.5 .0 .2 20 28 4 0 20 5.8 35


4 .0 5.0 .0 .2 18 36

4 .0 5.0 .0 1.0 20 19

3 .0 4,0 .0 .7 17 16

4 .0 3,0 .0 .7 16 18


4 0 22 6.0 55 --

4 0 24 6.2 50

.2 0 19 5.9 35 --

2 0 17 65 20 --








Table 3.-Con inued


(6) BRUSHY CREEK NEAR WALNUT HILL


Jan. 14, 1958... 7.7 0.00 1.2 0.7 2.5 0.3 6 1.0 4.0 0.0 0.9 22 22 6 1 25 5.8 3 56

.Oct. 2.......... 68 8.3 .57 1.4 .2 3.2 .7 6 .4 5.2 1.5 24 4 0 31 6.1 5 68,

Mar. 13, 1959... 74 8.7 .16 1.0 .4 3.9 .1 4 1,2 6.0 .1 .3 24 32 4 0 32 5.9 5

Aug. 25......... 70 9,2 .29 1.0 .1 4.9 .5 6 .8 7.5 .1 .0 27 32 3 0 33 5.9 8 72

Feb. 6, 1961.... 95 5.1 .12 .6 .4 1.5 .2 4 .0 2.5 .0 .0 12 17 3 0 16 6.1 5 52

Oct. 10......... 74 7.7 .07 1.2 .1 2.5 .7 5 .0 3.8 .0 .3 19 23 4 0 21 6.4 7 68



(7) CANOE CREEK NEAR BLUFF SPRINGS

Jan. 14, 1958.. 7.4 .37 1.2 ,2 2.1 .3 6 1.0 3.5 .0 .7 20 26 4 0 19 6.0 6 55

Oct. 2........ 9.0 .30 1.0 .2 1.4 .6 4 .0 3.5 .3 18 4 0 18 6.1 12 67

Mar. 13, 1959... 6.4 .22 1.0 .2 1.6 .1 4 .8 2.5 .1 .2 15 25 4 0 18 5.8 3

Aug. 26.......... 7.5 .54 1.2 .1 2.0 .4 5 .4 3.0 .4 .2 18 11 4 0 18 6.1 8 71

Feb. 6, 1961.... 6.2 .12 .8 .2 1.6 .2 4 .8 2.5 ,0 .4 15 23 3 0 19 5.8 5 51

Oct. 10......... 7.4 .11 1.0 ,2 1.7 .2 4 .0 2.8 ,0 .5 16 19 4 0 18 6.1 10 68


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Table 3,--Continued


(9) EAST FORK BIG COLDWATER CREEK NEAR MUNSON


Jan. 16, 1958... 7.7 0,16 0.8 0.7 2.0 0.1 4 3.2 3.8 0.1 0.3 21 24 5 2 22 5.9 8 49
Oct. 1.......... 8.9 .15 .8 .0 1,3 .4 3 .4 3,5 .1 17 2 0 17 5.5 15 74
Mar. 13, 1959... 6.8 .16 .8 .2 1.5 .1 2 2.0 2.5 .1 .0 15 25 3 2 18 5.4 5
Aug. 27......... 8,0 .37 .8 .2 1.5 .4 4 .4 2.2 .0 .1 16 24 3 0 17 5.4 17 74
Feb. 7, 1961..... 6.6 .14 .8 .6 1.4 .1 2 .4 2.0 .1 .0 13 27 4 3 18 5.3 30 50
Oct. 11......... 6.7 .06 .8 .2 1,2 .4 4 .4 2.2 .0 .2 14 22 3 0 15 5.9 12 70


(10) ELEVEN MILE CREEK NEAR ENSLEY

Jan. 14, 1958... 14 .26 34 1.0 92 .2 164 22 84 .3 .0 330 423 89 0 595 8.3 450 76
Oct. 2.......... 12 1.0 20 1,2 220 .7 394 39 88 1.3 .0 584 914 55 0 978 8.5 1250 91
Mar. 13, 1959.. 12 .56 17 1.8 96 2.7 90 52 81 .5 .7 308 392 50 .0 534 7.6 500 --
Aug, 25........... 15 .14 26 1.7 126 3.1 196 44 99 .7 .3 413 478 72 0 689 6.9 550 92
Feb. 6, 1961 .... 10 .49 19 1.1 100 4.0 130 50 82 .5 .7 324 504 52 0 564 7.3 500 75
Oct. 10......... 10 .32 13 .9 70 3.2 144 53 11 .1 1.1 234 290 36 0 391 7.5 94


0




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0
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Table 3.--Continued

Dissolved Hardness N
solids as CaC s Z. -
I01

Dateof I ..0 7 S "u e
collection u 10.



(11) ESCAMBIA CREEK AT FLOMATON, ALA. L

Jan. 14, 1958... 8.7 0.41 1.6 0.5 2.1 0.2 8 2.0 3.5 0.0 0.7 24 24 6 0 21 6.3 5 54

Oct. 2.......... 11 .45 2.2 .7 1.5 .6 10 .8 3.5 .0 .4 26 8 0 28 6.4 20 68

Mar. 13, 1959... 8.2 .21 1.2 .2 1.8 .1 4 .4 2.5 .1 .0 17 28 4 0 19 6.1 2 --

Aug. 26......... 8.5 .64 1.0 .4 1.8 .4 7 .8 2.2 .2 .1 19 23 4 0 18 6.2 13 73
Feb. 6, 1961.... 8.1 .12 1.2 .2 1.6 .1 4 1.2 2.5 .0 .2 17 24 4 0 21 5.8 10 47

Oct. 10......... 8.0 .17 1.2 .4 1.8 .2 6 .0 2.8 .0 .6 18 23 4 0 19 6.6 20 74



(12) ESCAMBIA RIVER NEAR CENTURY

Jan. 10-20,1952. 2,351 12 0.21 9.1 1.2 2.5 0.8 31 2.5 4.8 0.1 0.5 48 58 28 2 70 7.0 21 -

Jan. 21-31...... 3,212 11 ,18 8.9 1.2 2.6 .9 30 2.5 5.0 .2 .6 48 56 27 3 68 6.9 27 --

Feb. 1-10....... 4,945 9.9 .23 7.2 1.0 2.4 .9 22 3.0 4.6 .2 .6 41 59 22 4 59 6.8 45

Feb. 11-20...... 7599 9.1 .19 6.8 1.0 2.3 .8 20 3.0 4.4 .2 .5 38 55 21 5 54 6.6 55

Feb. 21-29...... 9,091 9.0 .21 5.7 .9 2.3 .7 18 2.8 4.0 .2 .5 35 53 18 3 48 6.6 65











T*ble 3,vCaontinuod


Har. 1-10....... 8,548

Mar, 11-20,..... 9,654

Mar, 21-31,.... 21,100
Apr. 1-6,9,10... 16,340
Apr. 11-20...... 10,590

Apr. 21-30...... 5,407
May 1-10....... 3,807

May 11-18,20... 4,109

May 21-31...... 8,227

Jun. 1,2,3,5,6,
8-10....... 7,597

Jun. 11,13-20... 4,191

Jun 22-25,27-30 2,412

Jul. 1-4,6-10... 1,458

Jul. 11-16,18-20 1,519
Jul. 21-25,26-30 1,155


9,2 0.24 5.9 1.0 2,3 0,7 18 3.0 4.0

8,5 .26 5.9 1.0 2.3 ,7 18 3.0 4.2
7,4 .28 4.5 .7 1,9 .8 14 2,2 3,6

8,5 ,24 6.4 1.5 2,2 .6 20 3,8 3.7

8.8 .32 6,6 1.1 2.3 .7 21 3,5 4,6


9.9 .20 8.9
9.9 .30 10

8.7 .32 9.1

8.5 .37 6.6

8.7 .40 8.8

19 .35 12

8.4 .28 11

7.0 .08 12

7.1 .08 10
8.2 .04 11


29 3.5 4.5

33 3.0 4.9

31 2.8 4.0

22 3.0 3.2


.5 2.1 .8 28 3.5 2.5


39 4.0 3.5

38 3.0 3.5

40 4.2 3.3

38 4.2 2.5
40 4.2 2.8


I | L | a A ll | .|l t j J g3

0,2 0.5 36 56 19 4 50 6.7 65 --

.3 .5 36 60 19 4 50 6.7 75

.3 .4 29 52 14 3 40 6.4 75 --
.2 .2 37 51 22 6 47 6.7 60

.2 .5 38 56 21 4 50 6.7 75
0
.2 .4 46 58 27 3 63 6.8 55 --

.2 .4 48 63 29 2 68 6.9 55 --

.2 .4 44 56 27 1 64 7.0 60 --

.2 .3 37 59 20 2 49 6.8 110 --

.1 .6 42 62 24 1 63 7.1 90
.1 .6 42 62 24 1 63 7.1 90 --


.1 .6

.2 .5

.1 .8

.1 .6
.1 .6


62 60

49 57

52 67

48 69

51 66


34 2 81 7.1 55

30 0 76 7.1 50

33 0 76 7.3 20

30 0 72 7.1 30

31 0 76 7.1 20








Table 3.--Continued


1


Aug.' 3-9........ 2,200

.Aug. 11 15,17-20 2,706

Aug 21-31...... 1,997

Sep. 1-10....... 1,353

Sep. 11-20...... 2,447


Sp. 21-30,1952. 1,819

Oct. 1-4........ 1,233

Oct. 13-20...... 1,081

Oct. 21-27...... 1,023

Nov. 1-8........ 999

Nov. 18-20...... 1,147

Nov. 21-30......: 1,329

Dec. 1-10....... 1,835

Dec. 11-20...... 2,582

Dec. 21-24;26-31 3,396


6.3 0.07 9.2 0,1 2.6 0.9 29 3.8 2.5 0.1 0.6 42 58 23 0 60 7.1 30

7.0 .18 8.3 .8 2.4 .7 31 3.6 2.7 .4 .7 42 64 24 0 60 6.9 40

7.5 .18 9.3 .8 2.4 .7 34 4.0 3.0 .2 .7 46 69 26 0 66 6.9 40

7.2 .13 10 1.1 2.5 .6 39 3.2 3.1 .1 .5 47 70 29 0 72 7.0 10

6.8 .12 6.4 .9 2.4 .5 24 3.5 2.8 .1 .5 36 59 20 0 52 6.8 30


7.3 .23 8.7

12 ;05 10

8.7 .08 10

9.2 .07 10

7.9 .05 11


8.1 .10 9,8

11 .10 10

10 .18 10

9.2 .26 8.7

9.5 .29 8.1


32 3.7 2.7

34 3.2 3.4

34 3.2 3.2

34 3.5 3.5

39 3.5 3.1


34 4.0 3.5

37 4.0 3.5

34 4.8 4.4

28 4.8 3.8

28 4.8 3.9


.1 .5

.1 .2

.1 .3

.1 .4

.1 .2


.0 .3

.1 .4

.1 .2

.2 .3

.1 .1


43 65

50 65

46 59

47 71

49 60


47 53

51 63

52 59

45 57

45 60


25 0 63 7.0 30

29 1 71 7.2 7

29 1 72 7.0 10

29 1 72 7.2 7

32 0 76 7.2 7


28 0 69 7.3 10

29 0 74 7.2 15

31 3 77 7.4 18

25 2 64 6.9 39

25 2 65 7.1 55









Table 3,--Continued


____ I j | L ...|...... a ..L. i s I g g g2

1952 Calendar D
year average.... 4,585 9.0 0,20 8,7 0.9 2,4 0.7 30 3.5 3.6 0.2 0,5 60 26 2 63 7.0 42 -

Jan. 1-10, 1953, 3,918 10 .36 7.7 1,4 2.8 .6 25 6.5 4.4 .1 ,1 46 60 25 4 66 7.2 55 --
Jan, 11-20...... 5j635 10 .47 7.1 1,0 2.7 .6 22 3,0 4.0 .1 .2 40 69 22 4 60 7.1 110 ..
Jan, 21-30...... 6,571 10 ,44 6.6 1.1 2.5 .6 22 5.8 3.6 .1 .2 42 67 21 3 57 7.0 110 --
O
Feb. 1-10....... 5,193 11 .43 7.5 .6 2.7 .5 24 4.5 3.6 .1 .2 43 64 21 2 58 7.1 95 --
Feb. 11-14...... 4,205 9.2 .49 8.3 .8 2,7 .5 27 5.5 3.4 .2 .2 44 58 24 2 63 7.2 65 -

Feb. 15......... 6,510 1,2 .7 3.6 8 2.8 2.8 .4 15 6 0 22 6.4 ..
Feb. 16-20...... 8,588 7.9 ,61 5.4 .6 2,1 .5 17 3.8 2.5 .1 .1 32 60 16 2 43 7.0 110 --
Feb. 21-28..... 12,180 7.0 .43 4.8 .7 2.1 .7 15 4.5 3.2 .2 .7 32 61 15 3 43 6.6 17 --
Mar. 1-9........ 10,030 7.4 .44 6.2 .6 2.2 ,7 20 4,8 3.4 .1 .5 36 61 18 2 50 6.8 22 -.
Mar, 11-20...... 6,905 9.2 ,57 7.1 1.4 2,6 .6 24 5.2 4.8 .1 .6 44 64 23 4 63 7.0 23

Mar. 21-31...... 5,537 9.5 .72 7.9 1.7 2.6 .7 28 5.0 4,4 .1 .5 47 66 .27 4 65 7.1 33
Apr. 1-10....... 5,561 9.0 .54 7.5 1.3 2.6 .6 27 3.0 4.5 .1 .4 42 65 24 2 63 7.0 16
Apr. 11-17,19-20 12,590 7.4 ,54 4.8 1.0 1.8 .6 18 2.2 2.8 .1 .4 30 63 16 1 43 6.7 25
Apr. 21-30...... 7,566 8.3 .54 6.4 1.0 2.2 .6 23 3.2 3.2 .1 ,4 37 62 20 1 52 6.8 27
May 1-10....... 16,040 9.0 .41 5,0 .9 2.2 .6 18 3.2 3.5 .2 .6 34 64 16 1 41 6.7 22







Table 3.--continued


May 11-20,1953. 13,150
May 21-27,29-31 3,767
Jun. 1-10....... 1,900
SJn. 11-20...... 2,612
Jun. 22-30...... 2,790

Jul. 1-10....... 2,091
Jul. 11-20...... 2,461
Jul. 21-26,28-31 5,495
Aug. 1-2........ 2,545
Aug. 3, 6-10.... 1,796

Aug. 11-14...... 1,400
Aug. 15-20..... 1,420
Aug. 21-31...... 1,879,


11 0.56 7.5 2.3 2.8 0.6 27 5.2 5.6 0.3 0.7 50 78 28 6 68 7.2 16
11 .51 10 1.1 2.6 .4 34 3.5 4,4 .2 .6 51 68 29 2 71 7.3 8
11 .34 12 1.2 3.8 .3 41 .2 5.9 .2 .5 55 70 35 1 84 7.3 4
8.8 .57 11 1.1 3.1 .5 36 3.0 5,8 .1 .8 53 72 32 2 82 7.2 7
11 .66 11 1.0 3.0 .6 36 3.8 5.5 .2 .7 56 76 32 2 82 7.3 11


13 .59 11
8.8 .41 8.3
9.9 .27 7,6
11 .14 9.2
18 .39 12


.29 13
.14 11
,14 11


38 5.0 5.9
28 3.2 5.1
24 4.8 4.9
28 5.5 5.7
48 7.0 9.0

50 5.5 9,0
38 4.2 6.5
41 4.5 7.1


.1 .6
.1 .5
.1 .3
.1 2.9
.2 .3

.2 .4
.1 .2
.1 .3


61 78
45 64
45 74
55 -
81 87

82 94
58 68
62 82


34 3 88 7.5
25 2 67 7.1
24 5 70 6.7
33 10 86 6.8
43 4 119 6.8

43 2 122 7.1
33 2 90 7.1
32 0 97 7.5


14
19
22
- -m

40

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7


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Tabei 3.-*Continued


Sep. 1-10 ...... 1,400

Sep. 11-20.,,... 1,122

Sep, 21-27,,.,,. 1,814

Oct. 5-10 ...,,. 4,968

Oct. 11-19...... 2,079

Oct. 23-31...... 1,491

Nov. 1-10 ...... 1,795

Nov. 11-20...... 1,566

Nov. 21-30...... 3,996

Mar. 27, 1957... 12,800

May 23......... 5,520

Jul. 11......... 2,220

Aug. 29......... 972

Oct. 16......... 1,580


12 0,16 11 1.3 5.1 0.7 38 4.5 8.0 0.1 0,3 62 71 33 2 94 7.2 9

21 .10 13 2.3 9.1 .8 51 6,2 12 .1 ,3 90 101 42 0 131 8.0 7

14 .13 11 2.0 8.2 .7 37 5.8 14 .1 .2 74 90 36 5 121 7,4 9

9.1 .34 6.9 1.4 3.2 1.1 25 5.0 4.6 .3 .2 44 63 23 2 64 7.0 29

9.5 .41 10 2.1 5.2 .7 37 5.5 8.5 .1 .2 60 75 34 3 98 7.2 50


8.8 .41 12

9.1 .32 9,9

9.5 .26 11

13 .27 8,6

8.2 .99 5.6

8.7 1.3 7.4

11 1.6 10

9.9 .51 12

8.0 .90 9.2


4.4

5,6

6.4

4.9

2.4

2.6

3.7

5,6

4.6


4.5 9.8

3,8 9.5

3.0 12

6,2 8,5

2.2 4.2

2.5 4.2

2.5 6.5

2.5 10

1.8 8.5


.1 .3

.1 .2

.2 .9

,1 1.2

.0 .5

.1 .3

.1 .1

.0 .4

.0 .0


63 77

58 72

62 74

61 79

34 60

41 61

54 67

61 64

49 52


37 4 104 7.3 39

32 4 96 7.0 34

32 3 97 7.1 35

30 5 93 6.7 38

18 2 52 6.2 100

22 1 61 6.6 75

30 1 82 6.9 45

34 2 98 6.9 4

26 2 79 6,8 10


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,Table 3.--Contilued
I I- -


Dec. 27......... 5,250

Jan. 31, 1958... 7,700

Mar. 18........ 12,200

Apr. 23......... 6,280

May 14......... 2,880


Jul. 2.......... 2,350

Aug. 7.......... 2,930

Sep. 16......... 34140

Oct. 1-10....... 2,195

Oat. 11-20...... 1,536


Oct. 21-31...... 1,367

Nov. 1-10....... 1,740

Nov. 11-20...... 1,500

Nov. 21-30...... 1,443

Dec. 1-10....... .1,672


7.6 0.91 6.8 0.7 2.9 0.6 23 1.5 5.0 0.0 0.1 36 48 20 1 59 6.6 35

7.9 .06 6.4 1.2 3.2 .6 20 4.5 6.0 .1 .1 40 47 21 4 59 6.9 10

5.4 .06 6.6 .9 4.5 .9 20 1.0 7.5 .1 .3 37 48 20 4 68 6.4 30

8.6 .02 8.8 .4 3.6 .6 26 3.2 6.0 .1 .1 44 48 24 2 69 6.7 10

9.1 1.5 11 .9 4.7 .5 36 3.6 7.8 .1 .1 56 50 31 2 87 7.2 8


9.4

8.3

8.5

12

12


12

12

14

13

13


.03

1.6

.30

.17

.14


.14

.13

.14

.15

.12


9.6

11

8.2

14

15


17

14

16

16

13


2.0 6.0

3.6 10

1.6 14

5.2 10

4.4 14


4.8 16

4.0 15

4.8 13

4.8 14

3.2 10


47 54

55 63

53 67

67 86

76 97


80 97

75 94

79 92

79 98

68 79


26 2 76 6.8

30 4 89 7.1

26 9 85 6.9

40 10 104 7.2

42 8 120 7.2


44 11 124 7.0

44 14 116 7.1

50 17 116 7.1

50 17 117 7.2

34 1 110 7.1











Table 3,'.*Cnttnued


Pec. 11.20.,,... 2,241 11 0.11 11 0.6 6.6 0.7 34 3,6 11 0.1 0.4 62 71 30 2 102 6,9 20 --

Dec. 2131.... 2,127 11 .12 11 .6 6.7 .7 34 3.6 10 .1 .4 61 66 30 2 102 7.0 20 -
Jan. 1-10,1959.. 2,531 16 .23 10 1.0 6.4 .7 32 4.0 10 .1 .0 64 66 29 3 99 6.9 30 --

Jan. 11-20...... 2,927 10 .12 10 1.0 5.8 .8 30 4.0 8.8 .1 .0 56 62 29 4 95 7.0 33
Jan, 21-31...... 3,856 10 .12 8.8 1.0 4.9 .8 26 4.0 8.0 .1 .3 51 63 26 4 89 6.8 48 --
O

Feb. 1-10,1959.. 12,998 8.1 .13 7.6 .1 3.3 .7 18 4.0 6.5 .0 .2 40 59 20 4 60 6.6 80 --
Feb. 11-20...... 12,520 8.6 ,16 6.4 1.1 2.9 .6 18 4.8 5.8 .0 .1 39 62 20 6 59 6.6 90 --
Feb. 21-28r..... 6,970 8.6 .15 8,2 1.1 3.5 .6 24 4.8 6.5 .0 .1 46 58 25 6 70 6.9 60 --

Mar. 1-10....... 8,535 8.8 .12 7.8 .5 3.7 .4 23 4.1 6.8 .0 .6 44 58 22 2 66. 6.9 65 --
Mar. 11-20...... 9,325 9.3 .15 8.0 .2 3.1 .6 22 4.1 5.5 .0 .5 42 58 21 3 62 6.9 90 --

Mar. 21-31...... 13,602 7.5 .16 6.2 .6 2.8 .6 19 3.6 5.0 .0 .4 36 64 18 2 54 6.9 120

Apr. 1-10....... 16,205 9.5 .19 6.4 1.2 3.2 .6 22 4.8 4.5 .1 .0 41 63 21 3 56 6.8 50

Apr. 11-20...... 11,105 12 .22 7.2 1.2 4.5 .5 28 6.0 5.5 .0 .0 51 68 23 0 70 6.9 50

Apr. 21-30...... 6,402 11 .38 9.2 1.0 4.6 .5 32 5.6 6.0 .0 .0 54 65 27 1 78 7.0 15

May 1-10....... 3,363 13 .19 12 1.0 6.1 .4 39 6.8 8.5 .0 .0 67 78 34 2 101 7.1 10








Table 3.--Continued


May 11-20...... 2,379 11 0.17 12


May 21-31...... 4,821

Jun. 1-10....... 10,755

Jun. 11-20...... 13,059

Jun. 21-30...... 2,916


Jul. 1-10....... 4,649

Jul. 11-20...... 4,162

Jul. 21-31...... 3,283

Aug. 1-10....... 4,430

Aug. 11-20...... 2,991


Aug. 21-31...... 2,444

Sep, 1-10....... 1,965

Sep. 11-13,15-20 11,667

Sep. 14......... 16,400

Sep. 21-30...... 4,005

Time Weighted
Average 5,532


10

10

9.6

11


12

12

13

16

15


19

17

21

13

14


.18 9.2

.14 7.2

.12 7.6

.25 12


.13 10

.09 8.8

.09 11

.09 8.8

.10 12

.09 12

.05 12

.07 9.6

6,4

.07 12


t I ^ | t I L L I t It1I 8 I" I 5' "I J J Jjl

1.0 6.5 0.5 37 6.4 10 0.0 0.1 66 75 34 4 105 7.2 20 -

.7 4.6 .5 29 6.0 7.0 .1 .0 52 71 26 2 80 6.9 45 --

1.5 3.2 .0 22 2.4 6.2 .1 .5 42 58 24 6 66 7.0 85 --

.9 3,2 .0 22 2.4 6.0 .1 .5 41 62 22 4 67 7.0 85 --

1.2 5.9 .0 35 3.2 10 .1 .5 61 74 35 6 100 7.3 50 --
0

1.0 4.9 .7 32 3.6 8.0 .0 .9 57 61 29 3 81 6.7 45 --

1.9 5.4 .7 31 3.2 8.5 .0 .8 56 66 30 4 83 6.7 45 --

.6 6.0 .7 31 3,2 10 .0 .6 60 65 30 4 90 6.6 45 --

1.5 5.8 .7 31 3.2 8.5 .0 .6 60 68 28 2 82 6.7 45 -

.5 7.0 .7 34 3.2 10 .0 .4 66 68 32 4 94 7.1 45 -


4.0 12

2.8 13

2,0 5.0

1.2 7.0

3.2 10


78 79

75 90

63 86

47 84

67 84


12 .14 11 1,0 5.5 .7 32 4.1 9,0 .1 .4 73


111 6.9

108 6.7

81 6.8

56 6.5

98 7.4


28 2 89.4 46 --
01I













Table 3...Cont.nued


Dec. 1-10, 1953. 24,900

Dec, 11-20, .... 31,930

Dec. 21-30,..... 17,800


9.3 0.35 6,3 1.5 3.2 0.8 23 4.2 5.8 0.1 0,4 43 68 22 3 66 6.6 100

7.1 .38 4,8 1.0 2.4 .8 16 4.2 4.8 .2 .2 34 67 16 3 47 6.5 110

6.9 .38 5.7 .7 2.6 .7 17 4.5 5.0 .1 .4 35 51 17 3 52 6.5 90


1953 Calendar
year average..... 6,380 10 .40 8.5 1,4 3.7 .7 29 4.4 5.9 .1 .5 71 28 3 74 7.0 39


Sep, 21, 1954... 7.5 .80 12 1.7 10 .4 35 2.2 22 .0 .0 73 86 37 8 133 7.3 10

Nov. 2.......... 686 6.5 .44 10 1.2 6.0 .4 34 3.0 13 .1 .3 58 59 30 2 94 7.1 14

Jan. 25, 1955... 2,480 10 .82 9.0 1.6 3.3 14 8.5 11 .6 51 75 29 18 93 7.3 45

Mar. 8.......... 2,060 10 1,1 8.8 1.7 4.9 26 7.2 7.5 .3 54 66 29 8 78 7.1 45

Apr. 20......... 27,600 7.9 1 4,7 1.0 1.1 1.6 16 4.0 3.2 .2 .2 32 69 16 3 48 6.5 50


May 31......... 8,190 7.7 .64 7.4 .7 3.0 1.4 23 2.8 5.8 .6 1.1 42 72 21 2 66 6.5 100

Jul, 12,......... 2,520 7.3 1.3 8.0 .6 5.0 .8 28 4.0 8.5 .1 .4 50 63 25 2 80 6.8 45

Aug. 26......... 1,780 9.6 1,1 9.6 1.1 3.8 .8 32 3.2 7.2 .2 .4 52 62 28 2 81 7.1 45

Oct, 6........... 1,290 9.2 .89 11 1.8 5.2 .8 37 3.5 '9,2 .1 1.2 60 64 35 5 100 6.9 17

Nov. 18......... 954 9.1 .45 10 1.7 5.1 .6 34 2.5 9.5 .0 .5 56 59 32 4 92 6.9 14


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0


..

..

..


I,

I-



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Table 3.--Continued


I_ I =

Dec. 21......... 1,250

Feb. ,8, 1956.... 6,290

Mar. 23......... 12,000

:May 3.......... 1,780

Jun. 15......... 2,440


Jul. 27......... 1,660

Sep. 6.......... 1,110

Oct. 17, 1956... 1,930

Dec. 6.......... 1,530

Jan. 31, 1957... 5,140


Oct. 6, 1959.... 2,240

Nov. 17......... 4,360

Dec. 29......... 5,020

Feb. 9, 1960.... 18,200

Mar. 17......... 11,100


9.4 1.3 8.8 1.3 4.9 0.5 29 3.0 9,0 0,0 0.7 52 55

8.9 1.1 7.4 1.3 3.0 .6 23 6.0 6.2 .0 .8 46 66

5.6 1.1 5.6 1.0 2.9 .9 18 5,2 4.2 .6 .5 36 54

6.7 7.1 12 1.1 4.5 .7 38 3.5 7.2 .3 ,6 56 61

6.7 ,56 8.4 1.5 4.7 .4 29 3,0 9.0 .2 .4 48 52


9.3 .13 10

9.4 .57 8.4

11 .91 10

11 .68 11

10 1.1 8.4


8.5 1.'3 12

9.8 1.19 10

8.4 .24 10

9.7 1.6 4.4

8.7 .22 6.4


36 3.2 9.5

28. 2.5 13

32 3.2 8.5

36 4.0 10

26 .5 7.0


36 3.6 13

30 3.6 8.0

32 2.4 7.5

16 2.4 4.2

20 2.8 7,5


.2 .4

.2 .3

.0 .6

.0 .3

.0 .2


.3 .5

.1 .3

.0 .6

.0 .6

.0 .3


58 61

56 59

56 61

61 57

44 63


65 83

53 67

50 58

34 61

40 56


5 a *A |I" 0 I 1 -

27 4 83 6.9 18 -

24 5 65 6.8 90

18 3 51 6.3 20

34 3 91 6.9 25 --

27 3 78 6.8 19 --


32 3 88 6.9 25 --

26 3 87 7.0 20 --

30 4 87 6.7 40 --

32 2 94 6.6 20 --

24 2 67 7.1 45 --


36 6 108 6.8 25 --

28 4 84 6.3 30

26 0 78 7.3 40

17 4 48 6.7 75

20 4 60 6.9 20' --






Toblw 3,"-CConittnuod


May 17, ....... 5,290
Jun, 28,,,,....... 2,630
Aug. 23,,....... 3,790
Oct. 11......... 2,980
Dec, 7.......... 1,630

Feb. 1, 1961.... 4,660
May 18......... 4,060
Jul. 13......... 5,880
Sep. 14......... 5,910


I I S II I I ^ a I d a i j" a lrlIB I I V I a FN
8,5 0,05 9.0 1,0 4.4 0,8 28 2,4 6,5 0,0 0,2 47 60 26 4 75 7,0 10
7,0 .03 10 .9 5,6 .7 31 2.8 8.5 .1 .0 52 56 28 3 84 7,0 8
7.8 .00 9.2 ,7 7.8 ,8 23 4.4 16 ,0 .1 58 73 26 7 82 6,9 5
8,9 .00 9,2 .5 5.1 .8 27 2.8 10 .0 ,0 50 61 25 3 99 7,0 5 74
8,8 ,02 10 1,2 9.2 ,8 28 4.8 18 .0 .2 67 77 30 7 113 7,1 3


9.0 .02 8,6 .9
8,6 .09 10 1.2
8,2 .04 9.0 .7
8.0 .10 10 .7


5.4 .8
5.0 .8
5.7 .7
4.4 .7


24 3,2 9,5
32 2.4 9,0
26 4.0 8.5
30 2,0 9.8


50 55
48 56
51 60
51 63


m


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t14
0
r


0
25 6 77 7.1 3 --
30 4 88 6.8 30 --
26 4 74 6.9 8 --
28 4 81 6,9 40 --
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(14) ESCAMBIA RIVER NEAR QUINTETTE


Dec. 31, 1957...
Oct. 2, 1958....
Mar. 13, 1959.,, -


9.7 .72 7,4 1.3
10 .54 8.4 .6
8.4 .66 5.8 .7


4.3 ,7
3.9 .8
3.1 .1


24 3.5 7.0 .0 .4
24 2.8 8.2 .0
18 4,4 4.5 .1 .4


46 54
47 -
36 47


24 4 68 6.6 29 --
24 4 72 6.8 25 --
18 2 54 6.7 20 --







Table 3.--Continued

Dissolved Hardness i
solids as CaCOs

ho -W
Date of Q 8
collection '0 a I ,u N
0 U 0 Oho Is 0 0 J I U W U0 U
0 A 1 | j -}
________I I, r u 5tJ I .


Aug. 25..,....... 11 0.61 9.6 0.2 4.9 0.6 27 2.8 8.5 0.5 0.1 50 45 25 3 76 6.8 8
Feb. 6, 1961 .... 7.7 .12 6.8 .5 4.2 .5 18 3.2 7.8 .0 .3 40 50 19 4 63 6.6 15
Oct. 10......... 8.5 .14 9.0 .6 5.8 .5 28 1.6 11 .0 .2 51 60 25 2 84 7.4 30


(16) JACK'S BRANCH NEAR MUSCOGEE

Jan. 30, 1958... 40 5.8 .02 1,0 .2 2.7 .4 2 4,8 4.8 .0 .2 21 26 4 2 29 4,9 15
Oct. 2.......... 13 7,2 .28 .6 .2 1.8 .6 2 3.2 4.5 .1 19 2 1 25 4.9 20 70
Mar. 13, 1959... 12 5.2 .09 .8 .2 2.2 .1 1 3.2 3.0 .1 .2 16 27 3 2 25 4.8 12 --
Aug. 25.......... 6.2 8.6 .22 .8 .2 2.2 .3 2 .8 4.0 .1 .1 18 17 3 2 20 5.2 18 76
Feb. 6, 1961... 44 6,5 .06 .6 .4 2.2 .2 2 2,4 3,8 .0 .0 17 22 3 2 22 5,4 10 48
Oct. 10......... 5,2 6.7 .07 .8 .2 2.2 .5 3 1.6 3.8 .2 .3 18 26 3 0 21 5.7 15 --


z









Table 3,"Continued


I i o I | I ( | I'l |!B o A I .3 a 1 -4 1 a _1
(17) McDAVID CREEK NEAR BARRINEAU PARK


Jan, 14, 1958... 7.5 0.24 0.8 0.5 2.2 0.0 4 3.2 3.5 0.0 0.2 20 20 4 0 21 5.8 8 --
Oct. 2.....,,... 9,0 .28 .6 .1 1.3 .4 3 .0 4.0 .0 17 2 0 15 5.4 12 -
Mar, 13, 1959... 7.6 .14 .6 .1 1.5 .1 2 1.2 2.5 .1 .1 15 23 2 0 16 5.4 8 --
O

Aug. 25......... 8.5 .29 .6 .1 1.8 .1 2 .4 3.5 .1 .2 16 17 2 0 16 5.9 15 --
O

Feb. 6, 1961.... 6.9 .06 .6 .2 1.6 .1 3 .8 2.8 .0 .0 14 21 2 0 16 5.5 10 --
Oct. 10......... 7.2 .15 .4 .2 1.4 .0 2 .0 3.0 .0 .2 14 22 2 0 15 5.4 30 ..


(18) MOORE CREEK NEAR CHUMUCKLA


Jan. 15, 1958... 5.8 .07 1.2 1.2 2.1 .2 4 1.5 3.5 .0 1.5 21 18 8 4 20 5.9 4 --
Oct. 2.......... 7.2 .47 1.0 ,2 1,7 .4 5 .0 3.2 .6 17 4 0 19 6.1 3 --
Mar, 13, 1959... 5.0 .38 .8 .4 1.6 .1 3 .8 2.8 .0 1.0 14 20 4 1 18 6.0 3
Aug. 26......... 5.6 .44 .6 .5 1.7 .4 6 .0 2.5 .0 .5 15 15 4 0 18 5.8 3
Feb. 7, 1961.... 4.6 .06 1.0 .4 2.2 .2 4 7.2 3.0 .0 1,6 22 23 4 0 20 6.0 <10 --
Oct. 11......... 6.3 .09 1.0 .6 2.0 .1 4 .0 3.0 .0 1.7 17 21 5 2 20 6.2 10
'i '!.







Table 3.--Continued


(19) PERDIDO RIVER AT BARRINEAU PARK


Dec. 31, 1957 &
Jan. 1-10, 1958. 563

Jan. 11-20 ..... 526

Jan. 21-31...... 1,159

Feb. 1-10....... 585

Feb. 11-20...... 775

Feb. 21-28...... 498

Mar. 1-10....... 955

Mar. 11-20...... 942

Mar, 21-31...... 643

Apr. 1-10....... 538

Apr. 11-20...... 791

Apr. 21-30...... 402

May 1-10....... 368

May 11-20,..... 392


15 0.09 2.0

10 .04 1.8

8.4 .06 1.2

9.2 .05 .8

7.7 .05 1,0

8.1 .03 1.2

6.7 .05 1.0

6.9 .06 1.0

7.0 .05 1.0

7.2 .06 1.0

6.1 .08 1.0

8.3 .10 .8

11 .10 1,8

8.4 .13 .8


12 2.2 4.2

8 2.5 4.8

6 1.8 4.5

6 2.8 4.5

4 2.2 4.5

5 1.5 4.5

4 .5 4.2

5 2.0 4.0

5 1.0 4.2

6 .5 4.0

6 2.2 3.5

6 .5 3.8
9 .2 3.5

6 .8 3.5


35 33

27 32

23 31

24 24

21 23

21 21

18 23

20 26

19 21

19 21

19 24

20 25
24 29

20 24


9 0 36 6.7

6 0 28 6.3
6 2 28 5.9

5 0 26 6.0

4 0 24 5.6

6 2 25 5.9

5 2 23 5.6

5 1 24 5.8

6 2 24 6.0

4 1 22 6.0

4 0 24 6.0

6 1 26 6.3
6 0 29 6.3
5 0 26 6.3


0




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p
Ct
0


15

10

15

10

15 --

10 --

20

20

12

18 --

20

10
12
8











Tbl1 3,-.ConCinuad


May 21-31...... 366 8.6 0.11 1.4 0.4 2,5 0.0 6 0.8 3.2 0.0 0.3 20 24 5 0 25 6.7 9


Jun. 1-10....., 426 9.7 .14 1.4 .6 2.7 .1 8 .5 3.2 .0 .5 23 28 6 0 28 6.5 17

Jun. 11-20 ..... 955 12 .16 2.0 .9 3.0 .2 10 .2 4.0 .1 .2 28 38 8 0 34 6.6 33 --

Jun. 21-30...... 1,864 10 .31 1..6.6 3.5 .3 10 .5 4.2 .1 .1 26 38 6 0 33 6.5 50 --

Jul. 1-10...... 522 9.0 .24 1.2 .5 2.8 .1 7 .2 4.0 .1 ,0 21 30 5 0 27 6.4 23

Jul. 11-20...... 779 10 .31 1.0 .9 2.7 .1 8 .5 3.5 .1 .0 23 31 6 n no A


Jul. 21-31...... 869

Aug. 1-10..... 814

Aug. 11-20...... 481

Aug. 21-31...... 422

Sep. 1-10....... 315


Sep. 11-20, 1958 660

Sep. 21-25...... 822


8.5

13

13

13

14


11

11


.35 .8

.11 2.0

.07 2.2

.10 2.6

.10 3.2


.0 3.5

2.0 3.5

.2 4.0

2.5 3.5

1.6 3.5


.5 4.0

.8 4.2


.07 2.0 1,2

.09 2.8 1.8


.1 .0

.0 .6

.1 .1

.0 .7

.1 .1


18 34

31 31

29 36

34 38

32 52


4 0 21 5.7 37

10 1 36 6.8 15

12 6 29 6.3 20

11 0 34 6.7 20

12 4 34 6.5 30


.2 ,0 26 34 10 4 29 6.3 22

.1 .0 28 37 14 8 30 6.3 28








STable 3.--Continued


Time Weighted
Average


Oct. 7, 1959..., 947

Nov. 18......... 468

Dec. 30......... 622

Feb. 10, 1960... 650

Mar. 16......... 1,360

May 18......... 508

, Jun, 29.......... 428

Aug. 24......... 879

Oct. 10......... 481

,Dec;, 8.......... 341


681 9.7 0.12 1.5


2.9 .62 1.0

5.7 .40 .6

7.2 .46 .6

4.6 .26 .3

5.6 .05 .8

6.9 .03 .6

6,7 .02 .8

7.9 .13 .8

8.0 .00 1.0

8.0 .02 .6


0.8 2.7 0.2


7 1.2 3.9 0.1 0.3 30


4 .8 3.0

3 .0 3.0

2 .4 3.0

2 .0 2.5

2 1.6 2.5


4 .4 3.0

4 .4 4.5

3 .8 3.0

4 1.2 4.2

5 .0 4.0


12 20

13 23

15 25

11 20

14 19


16 30

18 26

18 32

20 23

18 22


7 2 25.2 20 --


3 0 18 5.3 30 -

2 0 17 6.0 10 -

2 1 20 5.3 15 --

2 0 18 5.2 10 -

2 1 21 5.1 15 -


3 0 17 6.2 7 -

3 0 22 5.8 8 -

3 0 24 5.8 28
0
4 0 24 5.9 10 69

3 0 18 6.4 3









Table 3,Contsnuod
Dirsolved Haronef

6OWN 48 400
eo1te **Ci .



--po. [ pp
collection C F!. I.
PW "A'u if


Feb. 2, 1961.... 540

May 18,........ 472

Jul. 14......... 1,140

Aug. 4.......... 804

Oct. 5.......... 478

Dec. 5.......... 428





Jan. 1, 1958....
Oct. 2..........

Mar. 13, 1959...

Aug. 25..........

Feb. 6, 1961....

Oct. 10.........


7,6 0.01

7.1 .01

7.0 .05

7,2 .08
8.0 .10


1,9 0.2

1.8 .1

2.1 .4

1,6 .1

1.9 .1


3 0.0 3,5 0.0
4 .8 2.5 .0

3 .0 4.0 .0

4 .0 3.5 .0

3 .0 3.8 .0


16 24

16 16

17 20

16 25

17 24


3 0 18 5.7

5 2 20 6,0
4 1 21 5.4

4 1 17 5.5

2 0 17 5.9


8.3 .16 .8 .2 1.8 .0 4 .0 3.0 .0 .1 16 26 3 0 27 6.0


(20) PERDIDO RIVER NEAR NOKOMIS, ALA.


8,0 .20

11 .31

7.4 .14

12 .68

7.1 .10

7.9 .08


2.5 ,2

1.5 .4

1.5 .0

1.9 .3

1.5 .1

1.6 .5


4 1.8 3.5 .0 .4

6 .0 2.8 .3

3 1.2 2.5 .0 .0

5 .0 3.0 .1 .0

4. .8 2.5 .0 .2

5 .0 3.0 .0 ,3


20 19

20 -

15 17

21 26

15 22

17 20


4 0 18 5.9

4 0 19 6.1

3 0 15 6.3

2 0 15 6.1

3. 0 17 6.1

2 0 15 6.2


3--

5

17 -.

20 --..
0
15 68 0

10 60 "





4 --


5 -.

8

10 --

10 -.


-- -


a






Table 3.--Continued


(21) PINE BARREN CREEK NEAR EARTH


Oc.t 23, 1952... 74

Nov. 21......... 86

Jan. 14, 1953... 98

Feb. 11......... 93

Mar. 27......... 100


May 6.......... 575

Jun. 14......... 98

Jul. 30........ 81

Sp. 11..,....... 70

Oct. 22......... 73


Dec. 5......... 1,210

Jan, 13, 1954... 127

'Feb. 25......... 136

Apr. 9 ......;,. 99

May 20......... 103


7.2 0.04 0.4

7.3 .12 1.0

6.9 .13 .4

7.0 .17 .4

5.6 .19 .4


4.1 .34

6.3 .15

7.2 .16

6.7 .11

7.1 .13


3.1 .29

6.1 .33

6.1 .29

5.4 .30

5.0 .25


0,2 2.8

.5 3.6

.2 3,2

1.8 2,6

.2 2.6


1.2 2.2

.5 3.2

1.5 2.6

.8 2.6

.5 3.2


2.5 3.0

2,2 3.8

.8 3.0

.8 3.0

1.2 3.0


0.1 0.4

.1 .2

.1 .6

.1 .4

.1 .5


.0 .3

.1 .3

.1 .3

.0 .2

.1 .4


.1 .2

.1 .6

.0 .6

.0 .2

.1 .3


17 19

19 20

15 50

17 22

14 20


13 36

17 24

17 18

15 24

16 22


13 38

19 19

16 28

15 18

15 28


3 0 16 6.3 4 60

3 0 17 5.8 12 50

3 0 17 5.9 7 55

3 0 16 6.0 22 59

3 0 17 6.1 23 59


3 0 16 5.4 26 69

3 0 16 6.1 16 76

3 0 16 6.2 18 74

3 0 17 5.9 13 68

3 0 16 5.9 8 66


3 2 19 5.0 90 62

5 2 17 6.1 24 48

2 0 17 5.6 60 56

3 0 16 6.0 18 71

3 0 19 6.0 10 67


0





cE




z

0~










T*ble 3, wOontinued


Jul. 9, 1954.... 103 6.1 0.33 0.4 0,4 1.9 0.4 4 2.2 3,0 0,1 0.3 17 27

Aug. 11......... 64 7.1 ,15 .6 .4 1.7 .2 4 .5 3,0 .0 .4 17 18

Sap. 21......... 64 7,2 .23 .4 ,6 2.1 .2 5 .8 5.5 .1 .0 20 20

Nov. 2.......... 65 6.7 .33 .6 .5 1.5 .0 4 1.2 3.2 .0 .6 16 16

Dec. 15......... 73 7.0 .66 .8 .4 1.8 .2 4 2.0 3.2 .1 .3 18 17


Jan. 25, 1955...

Mar. 8.... .....

Apr. 19.........

May 31.........

Jul. 13.........


Aug. 26.........

Oct. 8 .........

Nov. 18.........

Dec. 21 ........

Feb. 8, 1956....


7.0 .43

8.2 .59

6.9 1.2

8.8 .47

6.4 .42


7.0 .63

5.3 .86

6.1 .60

7.5 .14

5.6 .21


2.0 3.2

.5 3.0

1.5 2.5

.2 4.5

.5 2.8


.8 3.2

.0 2,8

.0 2.8

.0 3.2

.2 3.2


.1 .4

.1 .1

.2 .0

.0 .3

.1 .1


.0 .4

.1 .1

.1 .2

.1

.0 .1


18 18

19 20

18 27

21 22

15 29


18 17

17 16

15 18

17 18

15 20


3 0 17 5,7 23 72

3 0 18 6,0 10

3 0 19 6.2 30 74

4 0 16 6.1 21 58

4 0 19 6.0 7 51


4 0 19 5.9 12 48

6 2 18 6.6 25 57

4 0 21 6.1 45 69

4 0 19 5.9 25 68

4 2 21 5.1 35 --


3 0 22 6.1 15

7 0 18 6.4 7

3 0 17 6.1 50 53

3 0 18 5.9 9 53

4 0 23, 5.8 13 55







Table 3.--Continued

'I, I


Mar. 23......... 94 1.7 0.86 0.6 0.1 2.4 0.4 5 0.0 3.2 0.0 0.1 11 12 2 0 16 6.4 10 59

May 4.......... 99 3.7 .76 .6 .1 2.3 .4 6 .0 2.8 .0 .0 13 13 2 0 16 6.2 15 70

Jun. 15......... 148 4.4 .78 .8 .2 2.4 .5 4 1.0 3.5 .X .1 15 22 3 0 21 5.7 18 72

Jul. 26......... 80 6.5 .69 .8 .2 1.9 .2 6 .5 4.5 .4 .0 18 18 3 0 19 6.1 15 74

Oct. 17......... 76 8.2 .40 .6 .4 1.6 .1 5 .5 3.5 .0 .1 18 16 3 0 17 6.0 20 65


Dec. 6..........

Jan. 3f, 1957...

Mar. 27 .........

May 22..,.....

Jul. 10 .........


Aug. 28, 1957...

Oct. 16 .........

Nov. 17.........

Dec. 21.........

Jan. 30, 1958,.


75

88

137

92

77


67

129

146

146

133


7.5 .72

6.9 .59

4.7 .33

7.1 1,2

8.2 .93


7.5 .65

5.8 .05

8.0 .11

7.1 .06

7.0 .01


2.0 3.2

.2 4.2

.2 2.8

.0 3.2

.5 2.2


.0 3.2

.0 3.0

.2 3.2

.8 1.5

.2 2.0


18 11

18 22

13 21

16 16

16 19


17 22

15 15

17 17

14 17

14 15


3 0 18 6.1 7

4 0 18 6.2 30

5 2 23 5.6 12

4 0 25 5.5 22

3 0 20 5.9 18


3 0 18 5.9 21

4 1 21 5.4 3

3 1 20 5.5 9

4 1 18 6.1 11

4 0 16 6.1 5










Tabl* 3,9.Conltnued


Mar, 13.....,... 275 5,9 0,11 0,8 0.1 1,0 0.5 3 0,5 1,8 0,0 0,3 12 18 2 0 23 5.4 20 ..

Apr. 23........ 134 6,6 .33 .8 .4 1.4 .5 4 ,5 2,0 ,0 .1 14 15 4 0 16 6.3 12 ..

IMy 13......... 137 7.1 .04 .8 .4 1.3 .5 4 .5 2.2 ,0 .3 15 14 4 0 16 6.2 10 --

Jul. 2,.....,... 98 7.4 .32 1.0 .2 1.2 ,5 4 ,2 1.8 ,0 ,5 15 16 4 0 17 6.0 8

Aug. 27......... 100 9,0 .01 1,6 1.5 1.0 .0 4 1.2 2,5 .1 .4 19 22 10 6 21 6.0 3 -


Sep. 17.........

Nov. 4 .........

Dec. 10.........

Jan. 28, 1959,,..

Mar. 11.... ....


Apr. 21.........

Jun. 6..........

Jul. 15is .........

Aug. 26.........

Oct. 7..........


8.8 .12

7,7 .14

7.7 .27

7.2 .15

5.6 .32


3.3 .51

7.3 1.2

7.2 .34

6.8 .84

15 1.2


2.5 2,0

.0 2.5

.0 2.8

.0 2.8

1.5 3.0


.7 2.8

.7 3.8

.4 3.0

.0 3.0

1.2 3.0


.1 .3

.3 .2

,0 ,0

.0 .1

.0 .1


.0 .0

.1 .1

.1 .2

.1 .5

.0 .0


21 28

16 23

16 21

15 18

15 19


10 29

16 28

16 32

16 11

24 27


12 8 18 5.6

3 0 16 6.0

3 0 16 6.1

3 0 16 6.0

4 1 18 5.9


3 2 17 5.2

4 1 19 5.6

4 0 21 6.0

3 0 20 6.0

4 0 i7 6.0


7

5 -

2 -

0 -

3


35

35

10

15 -

60 -









Table 3.--Continued


Nov. 17......... 109 5.9 0.62 0.4 0.4 1.4 0.1 2 0.4 2.5 0.1 0.4 13 24 2 1 18 5.5 10

Dec. 29......... 123 5.8 .11 .8 1.0 1.1 .1 6 .4 3.0 .0 .6 16 21 6 1 19 6.2 10

Feb. 10, 1960... 137 .8 .21 .4 .7 1.5 .2 5 .4 2.5 .0 .1 9 16 4 0 19 6.5 5 58

Mar. 16........, 210 5.3 .21 .8 .4 1.4 .1 4 .0 2.8 .0 .4 13 16 4 0 19 5.7 4 56

May 18........ 125 6.0 ,06 .8 .4 1.9 .4 5 .4 2.5 .0 .1 15 18 2 0 17 6.6 8 --


Jun. 28, 1960...

Aug. 23.........

Oct. 10....... .

Dec. 7 ..........

Feb. 1, 1961,...


May 18 ......

Jul. 14.........

Aug. 4..........

Oct. 5...... ...

Dec. 6 .. ......


.4 2.5

.8 2,2

1,2 2.5

.0 2.8

.0 4.0


.8 3.0

.0 3.0

.0 2.5

.0 2.5

.0 2.8


.0 .1

.20 .1

.0 .1

.0 .2

.0 .4


.0 .0

.0 .2

.0 .4

.0 .5

.0 .3


15 15

17 20

15 22

15 19

18 19


16 14

16 20

15 22

15 21

17 25


3 0

3 0

4 0

4 0

3 0


3 0

4 0

4 0

3 0

4 0


16 5.9

17 6.0

17 6.5

17 6.5

18 6.0


12

18 --

10 69

S

3 -


19 6.1 5 --

18 5.9 4

17 6,2 20

16 6.4 15 63

17 6.2 10 64


_









Table 3,0.Cont(nusd
Ditsolved Hrdness|



Pat* as PCc0

1s .. I ii I I I I li I | J


(22) POND CREEK NEAR MILTON


Jan, 15, 1958... 60 6.7 0.05 0.6 0.9 2.1 0.2 4 1.0 3.8 0,0 0.4 18 19 5 2 17 5.9 5
Oct. 2......... 57 8.4 .11 .6 .1 1.7 .4 4 .0 3.5 .0 17 2 0 16 5,8 8

Mar, 12, 1959... 57 6,9 .09 .6 .1 1,7 .1 4 1.2 2.8 ,1 ,2 16 20 2 0 16 5.7 5
Aug. 26......... 71 6,2 .34 .4 .2 1,6 ,4 4 .8 3.0 .1 ,0 15 16 2 0 15 5,5 8

Feb. 7, 1961.... 236 3.7 .18 .8 .1 1.3 .2 3 .8 1.8 .1 .0 10 26 2 0 17 5.2 45

Oct, 11......... 68 6.8 .10 .8 .2 1,8 .0 3 .0 3.2 .0 ,3 15 19 3 0 15 6.1 10


(23) SWEETWATER CREEK NEAR MUNSON


Jan. 15, 1958...

Oct. 1 ..........
Mar. 13, 1959...

Aug. 27 .........

Feb. 7, 1961 ....
Oct. 11.........


-6.3
6,8

6.7

-6,0

2.0 5.4
5.8


.1 ,1
,0

.1 .0
.0 .1

.0 .0
.0 .3


5.5
6.6

5.3

5.4

5.2
'5.9








Table 3.--Continued


(24) WEST FORK BIG COLDWATER CREEK AT COBBTOWN


Jan. 15, 1958... 50 6.9 0,21 0,8 0.7 2.1 0.3 4 1.5 3.8 0.0 0.7 19 24 5 2 20 5.6 7 -

Oct. 2.......... 42 7,3 .23 .6 .4 1.5 ,4 4 .0 4.0 .3 16 3 0 17 6.1 15 -

Mar. 13, 1959... 62 6.4 .16 .8 .2 1.8 .1 4 .8 2.8 .0 .0 15 24 3 0 18 5.9 5

Aug. 26......... 42 11 .32 1.0 .2 2.0 .2 4 .4 3.5 .0 .0 20 32 4 0 18 6.0 8

Feb. 7, 1961.... 169 5.2 ,15 1.0 .1 1.7 .1 4 .8 2.5 .0 .0 13 24 3 0 19 5.5 25

Oct. 1........... 6.6 .08 1.0 .4 2.0 .2 5 .0 2.8 .0 .7 16 20 4 0 19 6.6 12



(25) YELLOW RIVER NEAR HOLT


Jan. 13, 1958.,.

Oat. 1..........

Mar, 12, 1959...

Aug. 26.........

Feb. 7, 1961....

Oct, 10.........


6.3 .36 1.8

6.1 .31 5.8

- 5.0 .30 2,4

5.2 .47 3.2

4.8 .16 2,8

- 5.2 .07 3.2


3.5 3.8

.8 3.5

.8 2.8

.0 2,5

.8 2.5

.0 2,2


26 30

31 32

17 31

19 24

18 28

20 23


11 1 35 6.2 16

19 0 48 6.7 15

8 2 25 6.7 30

10 0 27 6.5 25

9 1 28 6.3 25

10 0 28 7.0 10









2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY






Table 4.--Specific conductance of surface water in micromhos at 250C

(Note: Lmber preceding station name refers to location number on figure 2)

(2) BIG CIRATIER CREEK EAR MITMON

ay October aloveber December January February March April may June July August September
1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960


20 32

32 22

19 20

25 17

21 25


23 23

23 32

23 25

23 27

21 29


19 50

19 25

21 22

32 29

26 28

24 33

28 29

29 25

33 28

28 31


21 49

45 26

42 19

29 37

30 33


24 24

24 24

29 24

20 22

27 32


45

27

31

31

49


32

24

33

44

34


55

28

22

20

36

18

20

27

19

23


34

24

35

20

43


26

39

29

67

38


24 31 54


31 31


29 36












INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 53


Table 4.--Continued

(5) BLACKWATER RIVER NEAR HOLT, FIA.


Day October November December January February March April May June July August September
1960 1960 1960 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961


21

25

20

18

19


18

29

19

21

17


24

28

e23

18

27

24

22

19

22

e23


25

22

23

e22

e22


20

19

19

e23

28


31 17


33

24 24

24 22

e22 22

20 21


28 19

17 19

18 e20

20 20

20 19


e30 20

39 20

30 21

25 e20

19 e20

23 18

20 e18

e22 19

24 18

26 e19


29 el9

38 el9

22 el9

21 20

e24 20


28 21

31 21

29 21

21 22

19 24

19 21


32 47

24 e34

21 22

53 22

24 30


25 21

24 19

36 43

20 39

32 42


23 35

19 28

23 27

25 54

21 24

22 23

21 25

19 61

20 28

17 22


21 98

23 32

21 48

24 e40

24 32


25 25

19 30

20 22

18 19

22 18

20


20 24

20 23

17 26

19 19

18 32


20 24

18 26

18 21

22 22

19 38


18 20

18 41

18 25

22 30

22 21

e24 26

26 18

20 24

17 21

18 22


18 19

el8 22

17 21

18 20

17 30


17 23

17 39

23 21

17 28

17 28


21 30

20 19

e18 22

16 19

16 21


17 17

17 18

19 17

23 24

23 19


31 19

21 20

25 20

25 20

30 34

28 19

26 17

19 19

16 21

15 17


16 25

17 24

23 25

21 22

41 27


18 24

14 23

15 e21

20 18

25 21

30 31










FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Table 4--Contioned


(12) ESCAMBIA RIV NHAR CENTURY, fIA.

Day Octobr November Deceber January February Marc April May June July August September
1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952


50 48

53 49

56 53

63 51

61 50


59 48

66 50

64 49

61 52

69 64 55


71 65 53

69 63 50

71 67 46

67 67 47

73 43 50

69 42 51

72 40 53

73 56 54.

71 51 51

72 54 53


73 50 54

74 50 56

73 50 52

72 47 39

72 51 38


73 47 34

75 47 36

58 46 35

67 47 34

57 35

57 38


62 46

63 49

62 e52

63 e54

66 57


67 68

78 e68

70 70

74 73

71 70


62 73

57 e75

58 78

70 78

68 92

75 79

74 84

67 83

56 85

45 75


45 e78

48 82

46 75

46 72

49 74


48 e75

49 78

50 78

53 75

53 78

48











INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50


Table 4.--Continued


(12) ESCAMBIA RIVER NEAR CENTURY, FIA.

Day October November December January February March April May June July August September
1953 1953 1953


1 e56

2 e54

3 e52

4 e51

5 51


6 60

7 66

8 69

9 67

10 70


11 83

12 77

13 86

14 92

15 108

16 110

17 99

18 103

19 91

20 e99


21 e102

22 e107

23 113

24 108

25 94


26 95

27 106

28 101

29 109

30 93

31 102


e90

100

105

103

100


99

86

88

89

78


78

76

96

98

99

112

102

102

105

103


74

75

110

70

104


e94

83

106

93

93








56 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY




Table 4. -Contind


(12) ZSCAMBIA RIVn EAR CI TI Y, fIA.

D0y October Iaomber Decembr Jmanmy February March April May June July August September
198 195 1958 1959 1959 '1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959


1 87 123 97 92 77 67 48 89 75 99 108 102

2 100 117 99 83 73 72 48 92 57 87 81 96

3 101 113 91 96 68 74 48 95 55 85 82 120

4 101 109 97 87 67 72 42 105 55 85 74 111

5 106 165 95 90 59 80 49 95 60 82 73 123


6 112 109 111 91 48 63 58 106 73 63 82 127

7 107 98 116 94 46 59 57 97 65 81 72 108

a 1LO 99 106 101 49 57 61 106 60 85 80 117

9 108 104 118 95 49 54 66 109 72 80 92 109

10 108 103 107 108 51 56 77 105 90 85 85 100


11 109 122 140 96 51 61 65 107 50 90 100 97

12 113 102 96 96 56 66 67 104 57 82 110 64

1 121 126 92 97 59 61 57 107 50 91 95 73

14 11 107 98 99 57 62 76 106 56 79 95 56

15 127 109 91 101 68 60 67 106 50 79 91 57

16 122 112 84 .92 56 62 61 104 65 81 96 64

IT 118 117 91 83 52 61 64 106 70 106 90 102

1S 124 108 90 74 69 54 89 113 74 95 112 115

19 130 113 87 78 55 58 73 106 78 85 88 64

20 130 126 93 74 61 69 74 90 84 66 93 81


21 123 117 100 90 62 65 74 84 88 77 108 106

22 120 118 103 83 69 65 74 81 92 85 115 80

23 123 136 103 80 68 58 64 86 100 93 101 88

24 131 116 125 70 69 50 71 71 104 85 118 102

25 121 114 97 73 75 49 75 72 102 89 98 110


26 118 122 93 73 68 52 76 83 111 94 137 106

27 123 119 91 75 71 63 84 77 104 98 125 92

28 125 116 90 74 67 44 91 75 114 94 125 114

29 134 1I1 87 74 44 86 86 107 111 113 103

30 129 101 82 80 46 86 80 96 100 116 93

31 129 93 84 49 71 73 104











INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 57


Table 4.--Continued


(19) PERDIDO RIVER AT BARRINEAU PARK


Day January February March April May June July August September October November December
1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958. 1958 1958 1958


28 24

22 20

- 18

20 32

36 28


1 68

2 22

3 24

4 36

5


6 33

7 26

8

9 36

10 38


11 28

12 35

13 28

14 30

15 21

16 24

17 28

18 30

19 20

20 24


21 34

22 34

23 28

24 52

25 24


26 27

27 23

28 23

29 24

30 24

31 26


30 24

23 28

- 19

- 36

31 68


8 31

8 21

2 18

9 21

0 18


15 19

12 28

16 25

16 22

.8 22


18 18

19 22

17 28

30 e25

24 17

22 18

36 29

28 e25

25 18

27 20


20 18

26 44

40 28

32 16

32 30


18

18

19

18

26


38

22

24

e25

28


25

33

30

26

28


23

25

22

22

20

e20

22

22

18

24


18

32

20

20

20


20

26

36

20

29


18 20 19 22


26 22







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Table 4.--CmDtint


(19) PIRDIDO RIVET AT UhRINEA PARE

Day y barty rckh April ly June July August September October November December
1959 199 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959

1 19










INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 59




Table 5.--Temperature (*F) of surface water

(Note: Number preceding station name refers to location number on figure 1.)

(2) BIG COLDWATER CREEK NEAR MILTON

Day October November December January February March April May June July August September
1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960
1 74 72 56 67 51 54 57 72 86 88 79 77
2 71 71 58 66 53 53 53 69 86 80 78 89
3 74 71 61 65 54 54 -- 69 82 78 80 88
4 75 72 62 58 55 53 53 66 85 -- 80 86
5 71 74 66 58 52 43 52 71 87 82 79 86
6 76 66 66 61 51 46 53 68 86 80 79 87
7 74 69 68 56 .50 46 52 72 86 77 78 84
8 78 76 70 58 49 48 54 73 85 79 80 87
9 75 73 62 65 53 52 59 72 79 81 79 87
10 75 72 68 66 57 51 62 74 72 82 79 87
11 77 76 69 68 51 51 57 65 80 79 85 85
12 77 67 65 69 54 52 56 66 -- 79 84 86
13 75 67 67 71 53 54 55 -- 81 87 83 86
14 73 66 67 -- 53 52 54 68 82 82 79 89
15 69 69 64 69 48 56 61 68 80 79 80 85
16 65 69 64 68 52 58 62 67 82 78 79 85
17 69 67 69 65 54 53 62 68 84 79 79 85
18 75 68 65 64 55 54 63 68 81 80 87 85
19 68 66 69 59 52 54 65 68 79 78 87 88
20 .68 67 65 57 54 55 65 65 82 83 86 86
21 67 66 67 57 54 52 66 68 78 80 83 83
22 70 68 65 58 53 57 68 58 80 78 83 85
23 64 67 66 -- 52 58 68 61 79 78 77 83
24, 65 67 67 57 54 -- 70 66 80 79 78 84
25 67 66 67 57 52 49 65 68 82 81 77 83
26 67 67 66 55 53 52 65 62 82 77 77 83
27 67 68 64 65 49 53 68 64 80 80 80 85
28 79 68 65 68 53 53 69 68 79 79 84 83
29 79 66 65 58 47 52 75 62 79 78 79 83
30 69 67 66 68 -- 53 72 68 78 79 79 82
31 79 -- 66 67 -- 52 -- 65 -- 79 85 --






(12) ESCAMBI RIVER EAR CENTJRY


March
1952


56
56
60
61
59
59
63
57
57
59
60
61
62
61
61
58
59
59
61
61
65
65
61
52

58
56
56
58
59
59


April May June July
1952 1952 1952 1952


-- I


77
77
--

82
80

79
79
87
84

84
86
88
87
85
84
86
85

83
86
87
89

89
89
86
89
.--


August, September October November December
1952 19195 2952 1952 1952


58
58
58
58
..

59
58
59










64
63
56
53
51
52
44
55
57
54
50
50
54
.-


February
1952


Day January
1952


55
53
51
53
69
59
62
64
64
62
64
61
67
62
59
57
69
64
61
58
51
55


,








60 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY



Table 5.--Coainued

(12) ESCAMBIA RIVER NEAR CENTURY

Day January February March April May June July August September October November December
1953 1963 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953
1 50 51 56 64 69 84 84 81 79 -- 61 52
52 0 59 64 69 85 87 82 81 -- 61 52
3 48 54 63 61 77 81 86 85 81 -- 62 53
4 46 54 63 64 72 80 87 83 81 -- 63 --
5 46 55 62 64 70 78 85 84 70 75 62 60
6 47 55 62 66 69 79 87 85 76 73 57 61
7 50 56 63 75 68 84 86 84 79 73 57 59
3 54 56 60 77 69 84 85 86 79 69 58 57
9 54 54 59 66 70 85 83 87 75 69 57 57
10 50 54 60 66 69 86 81 83 78 69 57 60
S 50 54 60 66 69 -- 81 82 72 69 59 55
12 48 54 61 67 70 83 81 82 -- 70 67 56
13 47 52 62 67 70 85 81 86 81 73 55 47
4 49 54 63 65 71 81 8C 84 80 74 53 53
15 51 54 65 64 71 90 81 81 88 74 56 44
16 52 54 65 64 71 84 79 81 81 72 57 42
L7 52 53 63 64 79 84 80 81 77 71 58 46
13 56 51 64 -- 83 82 78 81 80 71 57 40
13 54- 50 64 61 85 86 82 83 77 72 59 45
20 56 54 63 61 76 83 80 81 79 -- 59 47
21 55 54 64 74 76 -- 77 81 77 -- 58 47
22 60 50 64 60 76 87 77 80 79 -- 46
23 62 51 65 65 77 85 76 80 78 70 -- 44
7 52 51 65 67 80 84 80 77 77 63 -- 46
Z5 52 52 65 67 81 81 80 75 73 63 -- 44
2( 52 53 61 67 82 82 80 78 73 68 -- 49
53 55 62 65 81 81 -- 78 70 70 52 49
S2 51 55 61 64 -- 79 80 77 -- 68 53 48
29 54 61 68 81 81 80 79 -- 61 49-. 49
30 51 62 68 81 82 81 78 -- 62 51 39
31 62 -- 84 -- 81 79 58 -- --







Table 5.--Continued
(12) ESCAMBIA RIVER NEAR CENTURY

Day October November December January February March April May June July August September
1958 1958 1958 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959


75
73
71
70
72-
72
75
71
74
74
74-
r-t

72
71
71

71
T 7




70
71
70
69
65
66
63
66
61
62


56
56
55
57
58
52
55
55
57
52
57
52
57
56
57
55
55
55
55
56
58
59
59
59
60
60
64
62
61
62
64


72
73
74
75
75
73
77
77
77
77
77
76
76
78
75
77
76
77
75
73
74
75
75
75
72
77
77
78
76
76
76-


76
76
76
76
75
76
76
74
74
74
74
75
75
76
75
76
77
79
79
81
82
81
82
81
82
84
84
84
83
82


79
79
74
81
79
79
79
79
82
80
81
80
78
80
80
82
81
82
79
82
81
79
79
81
83
82
81
82
82
80
81











INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 61


Table 5.--Continued

(19) PERDIDO RIVER AT BARRINEAU PARK

Day January February March April May June July August September October November December
S.1958 1958 1958 1 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1 1958 1958


52
52
50
50

46
50

48
48
47
50
55
55
55
55
53
51
48
50
54
53'
50
50
50
53
57
50
50
51
56


63
63
65
69
-_

69
63
65
65
65
65
63
63

63
65
66
65
67
68
71
73
70
73
75
76
78
73
73
73


74
76

75
75
69
68
70
70
_--

73
72
73
74
75
74
75
70
73
74
73
73
73
75
77
80
78
78
78
78
78


78
80
75
78
78
78
76
78
78
78
80
80
80
--
76
77
76
74
76
70
75

76
76
78
79
75
74
75
76


78
77
78
76
78
78
78
77
76
76
76
74
74
73
76
76
77
80
75
74
74
74
75
78
78

--
--
--










Tabl Sa.,--Miaxlium und mwiimuu Liupwraturu ('F) of *urfacs wjtur
(15) IIUiICANE liANCH NEAR HIL'ON

January February Harcl April May Julin July Aulmuum BHsptmber Octcubor Nuvembr D"cmber
Day 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960
Max in Max Hin Max, MLin ix in Max Mai Max n Hx mHiP Max Min M lHn Ha Hin a M HNin, HaM n
1 64 59 72 68 76 69 80 73 79 74 78 73 73 68 63 159 54 52
S65 62 68 64 76 69 80 73 76 75 76 73 7367 63 57 53 49
3 64 61 69 64 74 70 82 74 77 75 79 73 73 67 64 59 54 48
4 64 62 69 67 77 70 80 75 7 74 79 72 73 67 63 58 56 50
5 64 58 68 66 78 70 79 74 79 74 79 72 72 68 63 57 58 52
6 64 54 70 66 78 71 80 74 78 74 80 72 70 69 62 58 60 55
7 68 61 69 66 78 71 81 74 79 74 79 72 72 70 5955 6056
8 69 62 68 63 77 69 78 75 79 74 76 75 72 68 59 53 62 58
9 66 62 70 60 77 71 78 75 80 74 75 74 72 67 63 58 60 57
10 63 57 71 66 76 70 79 75 78 75 78 73 72 67 63 59 61 57
11 62 53 69 64 76 67 80 75 78 74 79 74 71 67 58 55 62 58
12 64 54 67 62 76 67 80 74 78 74 77 72 71 66 60 54 58 53
13 65 57 67 59 76 67 80 74 80 73 73 67 71 65 6157 53 50
14 67 59 69 60 78 70 80 74 79 74 70 68 71 66 64 59 52 49
15 67 59 71 62 79 71 80 75 78 74 72 68 72 68 64 58 52 50
16 69 60 73 66 79 71 80 75 77 74 73 72 72 68 66 61 5451
17 68 62 74 65 76 73 78 74 78 73 75 71 71 67 65 64 52 47
18 66 63 74 67 77 73 78 74 80 73 76 71 71 66 64 62 52 47
19 58 50 69 60 75 67 77 72 80 75 76 73 76 71 71 67 6258 55 49
20 5750 70 62 76 69 74 72 80 74 78 74 76 70 70 64 61 55 59 54
21 58 52 71 63 74 68 78 72 81 74 76 74 75 69 63 60 63 58 59 50
22 59 48 71 64 74 69 78 72 80 74 76 74 76 70 64 59 64 59 50 47
23 59 54 71 64 75 69 78 72 80 74 79 74 75 71 65 59 66 64 50 46
24 63 55 70 64 77 69 80 72 80 74 79 73 74 70 66 60 66 64 54 49
25 63 58 72 64 77 69 77 73 80 74 79 73 72 71 66 60 64 60 56 52
26 63 60 71 64 73 70 77 73 81 74 77 73 73 71 65 59 64 59 59 56
27 63 60 71 65 74 68 79 73 81 75 76 73 73 70 67 62 64 60 59 57
28 66 60 73 63 75 66 80 74 81 74 79 72 74 70 67 63 66 63 60 57
29 67 64 72 65 75 66 78 73 80 74 80 73 72 70 66 60 66 59 60 57
30 69 64 71 68 76 67 80 73 80 73 80 73 74 68 67 64 59 54 60 59
1 A an 77 O .. 79 7 7 .... 67 62 60 58








Table Sa.--Continued
(15) HURRICANE BRANCH NEAR MILTON
Day January February March April May June July August September October November December
Dy 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961
Max Hin Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max min Max Hin Max Min Max Min Max Min
1 58 54 55 48 62 57 66 61 69 66 74 66 76 70 80 73 76 75 76 70 71 66 60 54
2 57 52 60 57 64 56 68 64 75 67 77 70 --- 77 75 76 70 0 66 64 60
3 -- 57 52 61 53 67 59 70 62 74 66 77 72 --- 78 74 73 66 72 67 66 62
4 -- 53 48 65 60 64 58 71 62 73 66 74 72 --- 9 73 69 64 7167 65 60
5 54 48 68 64 66 64 72 62 76 68 72 72 79 74 70 64 72 69 66 62
6 --- 52 50 68 66 62 57 73 67 75 66 78 72 79 74 69 62 69 67 66 62
7 --- 56 50 68 66 63 55 73 68 76 67 75 72 76 74 68 65 69 65 64 60
8 55 52 54 52 69 65 64 55 74 69 76 67 77 72 75 73 78 74 71 68 65 60 60 56
9 52 49 54 51 63 58 66 59 71 66 74 69 76 73 78 72 78 74 72 66 61 57 65 59
10 52 47 55 50 60 54 64 58 67 63 75 69 76 73 78 72 76 74 72 66 61 54 67 66
11 54 49 56 49 58 53 62 57 65 62 75 69 75 73 78 73 78 75 72 65 63 58 69 66
12 57 52 57 50 62 57 68 60 70 63 77 69 78 72 79 74 77 75 72 66 68 62 69 66
13 57 55 59 52 65 61 65 58 71 62 73 70 80 73 78 74 76 74 70 67 68 66 66 58
14 56 53 61 .55 66 63 65 57 73 66 72 70 78 73 79 74 77 75 71 68 69 67 60 58
15 57 55 60 55 64 56 66 64 70 66 75 73 79 72 78 74 75 73 66 63 70 68 60 59
16 56 53 61 57 66 60 64 58 74 66 75 72 78 74 77 74 75 67 67 60 70 65 64 60
17 55 50 62 58 65 61 65 56 72 64 74 70 78 74 78 74 72 67 69 62 64 62 68 64
18 56 49 63 61 69 61 67 59 74 64 71 69 77 72 79 74 71 66 69 62 62 60 68 63
19 56 52 62 60 65 62 67 62 74 66 71 70 79 72 79 74 73 67 69 62 63 60 63 59
20 52 48 64 62 64 62 68 58 74 68 72 70 78 73 78 72 74 67 65 61 63 60 60 56
21 50 47 66 64 67 62 67 60 73 67 73 72 76 72 72 72 72 69 65 60 60 57 56 53
22 48 44 65 64 66 58 69 60 74 66 75 69 76 73 77 71 77 71 66 60 64 56 58 52
23 56 48 66 62 66 59 70 62 75 69 77 70 77 72 78 72 77 70 66 60 64 62 58 55
24 56 55 66 62 65 58 72 66 72 69 74 72 78 72 75 72 78 72 67 61 63 59 55 52
25 55 48 66 56 64 56 71 68 73 68 78 70 79 73 74 72 77 73 68 63 61 56 53 50
26 50 48 60 52 65 55 69 67 72 69 75 72 79 73 73 71 76 72 67 64 62 56 54 48
27 50 43 61 54 66 61 71 68 69 63 76 72 79 74 76 70 76 71 65 58 64 59 56 54
28 49 47 68 60 62 61 72 54 70 60 76 69 80 73 78 72 77 71 66 59 63 59 55 51
29 49 46 66 60 69 63 72 62 75 69 80 73 79 73 75 71 70 65 58 56 51 48
30 51 46 -- 66 62 70 62 74 66 77 70 80 73 79 74 75 70 71 67 58 53 52 48
31 53 46 68 6 --- 74 65 80 73 79 75 -- 71 65 5452









Table 4I, -Contlnu.d
(21) VINE bAKIMN CiEEK HLAK 5ATII'

P,, Jsnudry ebruary HMrch April May June July August September October Novembr Decebor
-4_ 1 54 I 19 I. 1954 1V54 1954 1954 1954 19 1954 I 194 1954
Il m 1(n I "x rin :Axn: Hb Mx lan IMI MnHn ltHxn nIMan n A MMxn Ha Llin 1Hin m ainm,


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


70
67
66
67
68
69
70
70
70
71
70
70
70
70
70
70
69
66
66
66
66
67
68
68
68
69
70
70
70
71
.. I


72
73
72
71
66
65
65
67
66
67
67
67
68
68
67
66
67
67
67
68
67
66
67
67
66
67
68
68
69
71
72


76
76
76
76
76
78
78
77
78
78
76
76
76
77
77
77
76
77
76
76
76
76
76
76
76
76
76
77
77
77
77


74
73
73
74
74
74
74
73
72
71
71
71
71
71
71
68
64
63
63
63
62
62
63
63
63
64
65
67
67
66
62


59
56
57
56
57
56
56
57
58
59
59
61
60
62
62
63
63
63
62
60
58
56
55
53
55
54
55
58
58
57





Table Sa.--Continued

(21) PINE BARREN CREEK NEAR BARTH
'January February March April May June July August September October November December
1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953
Max Min Max Min I MaxMin Max Min Max Min MaxxMin Max Min Max Hin Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Hin


61
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


75
74
75
75
76
76
76
76
75
75
74
74
74
74
73
73
73
73
72
73
73
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73


71
71
71
71
71
70
69
67
68
68
67
66
67
68
68
68
68
67
67
67
67
67
66
65
65
65
66
66
64
61
60














Table S.*.COoestnue4

(21) PINE BARREN CREEK NEAR BARTH_
a.. January February 'Mrch April My June July August Soepember
1D5y lS 1959 19 195 l 55 1955 1955 1955 1955
HLa min MHa 'n Max Min Max Min Hax Hin HN Mxin Hax Min x Main Max Hin
1 55 54 i5 49 64 63 5s 56
S 57 55 55 51 6 63 62 SB
3 58 57 55 55 65 64 62 59
4 59 57 55 54 67 65 62 60
5 59 S8 54 54 67 65 66 62
6 59 15 55 54 68 65 68 65
7 59 56 55 53 65 59 68 66
B 56 55 53 50 59 57 66 62
9 55 55 51 50 57 54 62 61
10 t 5 55 52 50 60 56 61 61
11 s8 55 53 51 65 60 63 61
12 55 53 51 47 67 65 65 63
13 53 52 47 45 68 66 65 63
14 52 50 46 45 68 66 63 62
15 53 50 50 46 68 67 64 62
16 53 53 52 50 69 67 64 63
17 53 53 54 52 68 67
18 53 53 35 54 69 67
19 53 53 s5 55 69 68
20 53 51 57 55 68 67
21 51 51 5 57 68 68
22 53 51 58 s5 68 61
23 53 51 59 57 61 57
24 51 49 57 57 60 57
25 49 48 58 56 62 58
26 49 48 57 36 62 S8
27 49 49 60 57 S8 54
28 50 49 63 60 54 53
29 50 49 -- 4 51
30 49 48 ** S 53
1 AO Aa .. .. A









Table 6.--Chemical analyses of water from the sand-and-gravel aquifer in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties.

Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color.


Dissolved Hardness u Q
solids as CaCOs
U :3


S.0 3 3 0 -







021..708-08 10-17-50 4,5 1,0 1,8 5,8 ,7 4,0 4.9 11 ,i .2 39 10 0 53 5.4 -
021-711 07-08-50 1.3 2 48 15 30 28 7.2 0 .5 25 4 0 39 5.9 10 -

023705-01 02-07-61 38 .35 1 7 .9 .0 32 88 .1 25 31 7 6 0 70
02-717 1207-5 8. .6 0 40 8 55 1.0 23 28 4 0 29 54 -
*el U A OC m .U '0 W U U U c U U
04-718" 02-16-0 81 .9 4 3.1 3.0 1.2 4.6 i .-3 21 22 4 0 -














026-713-03 7,0 .9 .7 5.3 ,3 2,4 5,9 5,5 4.8 32 35 5 0 38 5,4 -
m H C.I 0 Cd Ca u a n C i L

018-726-01 02-08-61 4 0.28 .6 0.9 2,0 0.2 27 3.2 3.0 0.0 0.5 36 48 28 6 69 6.6 25
019-716-01 12-12-61 21 .09 8.0 6.8 91 9.2 184 .0 71 .1 .1 298 334 48 0 514 7.7 10 -
009-717-06 12-12-61 20 .2 96 63 116 7.6 196 5.6 99 .1 361 360 50 0 628 7.8 10 -
021-708 07-08-50 12 .6 .3 5.1 3.2 3.0 5.5 7.5 .0 .3 31 3 0 48 5.2 40 -
021-708-08 10-17-50 4.5 1.0 1.8 5.8 .7 4.0 4.9 11 .1 .2 39 10 0 53 5.4 -
021-710 07-04-50 12 .7 .3 4.6 2.0 2.0 3.0 7.5 .0 1.5 0 27 3 0 42 5.97 -
021-711 07-08-50 11 0 1.3 .2 4.8 1.5 3.0 2.8 7.2 .0 .5 25 4 0 39 5.9 10 -
023-705-01 02-07-61 3.8 .35 1.6 .7 4.9 .1 4.0 3.2 8.8 .1 .1 25 31 7 4 46 6.1 0 70
' 024-652-01 02-07-61 12 2.90 22 1.2 5.6 .5 75 .8 9.0 .0 .0 88 99 60 0 146 6.8 45 69
024-714 0202-40 9.7 1.7 1.0 8.5 3.0 2.8 15 .1 .1 41 42 8 0 17 5 -
024-617 12-07-54 8.6 .6 .6 4.0 4.0 .8 5.5 1.0 23 28 4 0 29 5.4 -
024-718 02-16-40 8.1 .9 .4 3.1 3.0 1.2 4.6 .1 .3 21 22 4 0 -
026-713-03 7.0 .9 .7 5.3 .3 2.4 5.9 5.5 4.8 32 35 5 0 38 5.4 -
027-712-01 11-15-53 5.7 .2 1.1 2.1 .2 6.0 .2 3.0 .0 .9 16 20 5 0 22 6.5 2 -
027-720-02 10-12-61 7.4 ,03 1.2 .5 3.4 .2 4,0 .4 5.0 .0 2.9 23 25 5 2 33 5.6 6 74
030-716-01 12-13-61 10 .22 ,8 .2 2.3 .0 4.0 .0 4.0 .0 .0 19 25 3 0 22 5.8 10 76
031-711 10-04-54 6.6 .4 .5 3.6 3.0 1.5 4.0 .0 1.6 20 18 3 1 25 5.7 5 -
032-648-01 08-18-60 5.3 1.40 1.4 .4 2.2 3.0 .2 2.5 .0 .6 14 17 5 2 16 5.7 1 -
.032-648-02 02-04-59 9.7 .8 .0 1.8 .2 4.0 .2 3.2 .1 .9 19 35 2 0 17 5.8 3 -
032-654 02-05-59 4.9 .4 .1 1.7 .2 4.0 .2 3.2 .1 .9 14 11 2 0 15 5.8 5 -








Table 6,.*ConitnuOed


032-723-01 10-11-61 5.0
035-715-01 12-13-61 1.4
036-718-01 12-13-61 13
037-702-03 12-13-61 10
039-652-01 10-11-61 6.2
040-708-01 10-11-61 9.7
040-709-4 02-08-61 4.7
040-709-04 12-13-61 5.0
041-726-01 10-10-61 12
042-701-01 10-12-61 10
043-718 02-08-62 2.8
043-719-02 02-06-61 33
044-656-01 10-12-61 8.8
044-722-01 10-1061 6.2
045-711-01 10-11-61 6.4
045-714-01 10-10-61 38
046-701-01 10-12-61 5.1
046-708-01 10-12-61 9.3
046-720-01, 10-10-61 27
046-720 02-08-62 7.9
046-720 02-08-62 31
046-728-01 02-06-61 4.9
.047-720 02-08-62 36
050-711-01 10-11-61 5.8
050-719-01 10-10-61 36


0.51 1.0
.06 1.2
.13 1.0
.04 .6
.10 2,8
.45 .8
.19 .8
.13 .4
,79 1.4
.37 .6
6.4
.54 19
.36 1.6
.58 .6
.20 1.8
17
.21 1.8
.50 1.0
7.6
.4
10
.36 .6
12
.19 .4
- 4.6


0.2
.2
,4
.4
,4
.2
.4
.2
;2
.4
1.1
3.0
.5
.5
1.1
2.8
1.7
.1
1.9
.0
1.9
.4
2.3
.2
1.2


2.0
3.5
2.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
2.9
2.1
4.3
11
2.0
2.9
3.5
9.3
1.6
1.5
10
4.7
6.9
1.0
8.5
1.3
5.2


0.2
.6
.4
.0
.0
.2
.2
.0
.7
.3
2.6
3.0
.0
.1
.2
2.5
.2
.3
2.4
.5
2.6
.1
2.6
.1
3.4


5.0
6,0
4.0
4.0
12
5
4
6
6
4
26
92
8
6
4
80
16
6
48
10
47
7
61
4
27


0.8
.0
1.6
.0
.4
.8
.8
.0
1,6
.8
8.0
6.4
.8
.4
.4
8.4
.4
.4
7,2
3.2
9.2
.8
8.0
.4
8.0


3.0
4.8
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
1.5
3.0
2.5
4.8
2.0
2.5
3.5
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.5
2.2
1.8
2.8
1.5
2.0


0,0 0,4 15 15 4 0 20 5.9
,0 .0 15 19 4 0 18 7.4
.0 .1 24 31 4 0 22 6.0
.0 .0 17 23 3 0 16 5.9
.0 .1 20 19 8 0 26 6.6
.0 .0 18 19 3 0 17 5.9
.0 .0 13 15 4 0 33 6.5
.0 .0 12 19 2 0 18 6.8
.0 .3 25 24 4 0 23 5.5
.0 .3 19 22 3 0 21 5.6
.1 ,0 43 42 20 0 77 7.1
.1 .0 122 122 60 0 169 7.4
,0 .1 20 22 6 0 22 6.0
.0 2.4 20 19 4 0 27 5.6
.0 14 32 35 9 6 45 5.4
.0 .1 119 118 54 0 153 7.1
.0 .0 21 22 12 0 33 6.3
.0 .3 18 14 3 0 16 6.0
.0 .1 83 80 27 0 102 6.8
.1 .0 25 27 1 0 36 6.0
.1 .0 87 93 33 0 104 7.1
.0 .0 13 18 3 0 18 6.7
.1 .0 102 99 40 0 121 7.1
.0 .3 12 9 2 0 13 5.6
.0 .2 74 73 16 0 67 6.3


4 74
10 76
5 76
5
3 70
5 69
,5 69
10 -
2 69
5 71
2
5 70
5 -
4 -
4 72
4 -
4 -
2 70
3 71
5 61
10 -
20' -
5 68
2 -
2 71






Table 6.--Continued


050-719-02 02-08-62 8.9 1.8 1.6 0.9 3.3 1.3 16 0.4 4.0. 0.1 0.0 29 29 8 0 45 6.1 30 66
051-652-01 02-07-61 13 .33 37 5.7 6.7 4.8 148 8.8 2.0 .1 .0 151 151 116 .0 252 7.5 0 71
051-718-01 02-06-61 35 2.8 3.6 1.2 4.6 2.4 22 7.2 2.0 .0 .0 67 70 14 0 61 6.5 0 68
051-734-02 10-10-61 4.7 .11 4.0 .7 1.4 .3 17 .4 2.5 .0 .7 23 20 13 0 35 6.6 3 -
052-718-02 02-08-62 8.8 .01 .8 .5 3.5 .5 5 .8 5.5 .0 .0 23 25 4 0 33 5.3 5 63
053-729-01 10-10-61 4.7 .55 1.0 .4 2.4 1.1 4.0 .0 5.0 .0 1.0 18 20 4 0 29 5.5 6 -
054-701-01 02-07-61 6.3 .04 1.0 .7 1.8 .2 4 .4 2.2 .0 2.0 17 19 6 2 21 6.1 5 -
057-709-01 10-11-61 6.7 .02 2.0 1.1 3.3 .6 2 .4 4.5 .0 12 32 35 10 8 46 5.4 3 70
057-729-01 10-10-61 7.1 .71 1.2 1.0 6.2 .7 4 .0 8.5 .0 9.3 36 37 7. 4 57 5.1 5 -
058-715-01 02-06-61 12 .05 5.6 3.4 62 2.4 172- 6:8 2.0 .5 .1 184 181 28 0 289 8.4 5 -
058-715-02 05-24-24 14 1.2 16 3.1 19 94 8.5 2.7 111 111 53 0 -
058-725-01 10-10-61 6.5 .38 1.4 ,7 3.5 .3 4. .4 3.5 .0 8.5 27 24 6 3 37 5.3 5 -
059-702-02 10-11-61 5.0 .33 2.0 1.3 3.2 1.0 8.0 .0 5.5 .0 6.7 29 34 10 4 46 6.0 5 -


/ Total iron

4 ppm carbonate








i'ull 'i. Hl|If Ildi [if uvili in a'rvnllhiiu ilaul a 1:ii n Hons t C.lou lia, FioridiN

Well iuluber: Bue fig uru 4 for uxplinalion ot wull-nnumluring rnyulum Alllluide oif lanid-uurfaru duluin: To tIswth tof a fr ot if dt:lreirnintil y pr"lision nlevling;
Owner: 1C, county; I, induulry; M, nunioillliy; I', private ; H, satlu; II, I1.. (iiovurinuI nthurwisiu, It nuaruet fo tl,
IDepth of wall: euprortid unlhon onlhurwiuai nontd Iby Mk, nmuuruid ly U.H. (Iuaologihil Wtlur level 'Toii nth of a funt If iI IoUnurud by wat-lapi| methlori or if taken from recorder
survey. ohartl To nouroui. fnot, if musuruil by pironmurt gagej or air line, Reported mea-
Well finish 0, gravel wall; 0, easud to aquierr, aipon hloe in squifir; Pip,porrornil svurnniunt (I). Deati f of miuureIunnt unll ur wau r v alW applies to temperature,
oaslng or ulotted cwaingi; sand point; T, aeruen, ehloridli, saluclflu ionndurtanise and hardneoss unalos ntherwisn noted remarks
Method of drilling: R, bored; D, dug; E, drivu'n; J, joltnd; K, rotary; X, other or unknown, c:ulumia.
Typo of pump B, bucket; C, ontrlfugal; J, jet; N, none; 1', ipl n; ;, suimergluilln; T, (ihomlial rnuly u vs vlliablu: C, complete D, nornplate and radlochemicel; P, pArtial,
turbine, Yield and drnwdoiwn: liupurltd unlneI notod by M, measured hy U.S. Oeolollaf Survey,
Use of water: D, domestic; I, Industrial; II, irrigation; I', municipal or public supply; lmniarkse W. or Wgi., Florida Grl loglc!l Slurvey well number. Logs: I, reiFstlvity and/or
T, test or observation; W, drlanago; U, unused, lspontanniius poxituiul; 0, g.mna rny; I., geologists and/or samples available.
Aquifor(e): F, Florildn; (I, andndnd-gravel.


Eeaombia County

.1 6-1957 .....


1952

1955

1956

1948

1957








11-29-50


69



----- 1


3.2

12




3,250

3,200


130

63


5


11



15


15

50

41

750


Chemical analyses: 2-8-61

Chloride on 7-9-58




Chloride on 5-4-50

Chloride on 5-4-50


Chloride on 1-18-51


017-724-1

018-725-1

018-726-1

018-726-2

018-728-1

018-728-2

019-707-1

,019-707-2

019-708-1

019-708-2

019-717-1


17

8

20

20

25

22

16

18

11

31


- 5

S6

S7

- 14

- 5








- 10







Table 7 Continued

S Casing Water level
t a 4,Bo a l I I I a 4,
am f 4. .M w I
Well % .0 r I U
number 2 a 4 % 4e Remarks
IJ .. &



WE 14 ae n
r 9 w
& o .) Ti *'u eL L e ~ ) 3*
Ia r we a 1
_______ 6 (4o J- 0 I~ _ _


7,190
---


019-717-2

019-717-3

019-717-4

019-717-5

019-717-6

019-721-1

019-722-1

020-706-1

020-706-2

020-708-1

020-724-1

021-724-1

022-716-1

023-715-1

023-715-2

023-715-3

023-716-1

023-716-2


412

315

31

28

1,370

18

22

22

21

130

199

203

130

1,011

244M


I--


27

24

135

14

16

18

16



143

152

40

950


10

10

10

10

10

11

10

6

7

8

7

3

7.2

18.6

25.4

23.6

8.4

9.9


1942

1942

1957

1955

1954

1961

195

1953

195








1906
--


----


400

13


60

14

25



8








20


Chloride on 1-12-41






W-3324
















W-223


66

.....




2,050

18





7








1,900
.....


- 10 B




- 5

+ 63.9

- 5


-6

- 3

- 4.6

- 21.7

- 25.0

- 22.5

+ 55.5

- 5.7


11-29-50



1957

1955

7-31-54

3-29-61



1953

1958

3- 7-40

3-18-40

3-18-40

3-18-40

1940

3- 5-40









TUbl' 7 Contlnued


Rimark$
0


023-722-1 P

024-714-1 I

024-714-2 P

024-714-3 U

024-714-4 U

024-714-5 I

024-714-6 I

024-714-7 I

024-714-8 I

024-714-9 I

024-714-10 I

024-714-11 I

024-714-12 I

024-714-13 I

024-715-1 U

024-715-2 v

024-715-3 I

024-715-4 I


I


-4
a
31H -g *S >gui


WtIur luv4 l

1i






ip i
I ^


A~~


Well
number


1956

1959

1918

1940

1940






1929

1934

1936






1940

1940

1950

1953


Caetln_


-'4I


40

81ai

204

178

18




250

240

250

257

260M

251

250

142

18

218

237


Fs


18

14

11,8

6.9

7.2

25

26.1

24.7

23

20

23

17

10

15

13.9

13.9

20.4

20


-I.




-M 4 o fl
w1

igl
flti
asg


Su






.-
a I .,S
uI n; 5
"


1956

2-14-59

2- 3-40

7-1940

7-1940






10-17-29



7-20-36






6-30-41

6-30-41

11- 5-50

7-1953


f--"-'t--


35

66

144

178

18






140

143

145

150

145

150

142

18

129

130


~-~--~~ -~-~---~----


--~-


-


----


--


-r-= --- .. t- ....--


S7 R

5.2

13.6

S10.6

4.0






-34 R


-43 R






11.3

12.2

19 R

- 26 R


10


25






39

11

8

15

10

7

62




9

9


74 90

- 1,000




** ----,



S2,300

S2,250

72 2,150

72 1,340

72 ---

73 1,800






72 1,000

73 1,050


Chloride on 4-8-40

Chloride on 3-11-37

Chemical analysess 1-5-40

Chemical analysesl 2-2-40

Chemical analysess 1-5-40

Chloride on 3-27-62

Chloride on 9-2-53




Chloride on 3-27-62

Chemical analyses: 9-9-53






Table 7 Continued

Caa.n5 Water level
ti -- ooY g ---- g ? I
a a a


a e a- a e n Ua 4 a Remsarks
0) c c .3 W ^ a 0.
^1 Y1 a BQI I o I F

.4 .4
1 s s ^ i^:^ a
S a 0 ) |I
_____ A' A' 4 I U-j I0 a .0 P|_ ad
________ C6 90 a 44 ;n B< -


024-715-5

024-716-1

024-716-2

024-716-3

024-716-4

024-717-1

024-717-2

024-717-3

024-717-4

024-717-5

024-725-1

025-712-1

025-712-2

025-712-3

025-712-4

025-712-5

025-712-6

025-714-1


210

210

235

238

251

212

232

210

220

210

90

250

240

240

240

151

36

250


1,860




1,440

1,190

550

1,270

670




12

2,000

2,000

2,450

2,000


6


6
--


6


120

79

155

143

162

81

132

80

140

130

85

150


110

110

145

36

150


7

26.8

30

33.7

31.5

27.1

28.4

26.6

30

31

3

78

36

30

30

40

36.8

42


- 12 R

- 12.9


-24 R

- 24.2

- 12.3

-35.6R1

- 10.5




+ 1.3R

- 65 R

- 30 R


- 23 R




- 31 R


9-1954

2-28-40


1955

1955

2-28-40

3-1956

2-28-40




1954

1947

11- 1-58


11- 1-58




11- 1-58


42 1(












5 4




9 ---

10 10

8 10


8 18




6 6


C 72


Chemical Analyses: 3-27-62

W-566


W-3419






Chemical Analyses: 2-16-40




Chloride on 6-13-58

Chemical Analyses: 6-25-57

Chemical Analyses: 6-25-57


Chemical Analyses: 6-25-57




Chemical Analyses: 6-25-57










Tabl 7 Cond nt.ed


Well
number


025-714-2 M

025-715-1 I

025-716-1 M

025-717-1 P

025-718-1 P

025-719-1 P

025-719-2 M

025-720-1 P

025-720-2 P

026-712-1 M

026-713-1 P

026-713-2 I

026-7.13-3 M

026-713-4 M

026-713-5 U.

026-713-6 U
026-719-1 P

026-719-2 P


1955


1952

1958

1948

1955

1959

1946


1953

1940


1955

1945

1959

1959

1954

1957


251

210

266

143

45

39

225
50

34

251

150

62"

244

252

149M

65M

52

47


Cas i"___


161 20

110 12
..... 20

133 4

40 2

31 3


115

47

30

150

130


132


144

60

47

41


T R

T R

T R

T R

T J

T R


ll-


T P 0 82

T I G 33

T P 0 66

T P 0 65

J D 0 37

J D G 10

T P G 22

N U G 5

N D G 6

T P 0 81

T I G 77.1

N U G 81

T P 0 70

T P G 45

N T G 89.5

N T 0 89.4

J D G 65

P D0 G 50


Watur luvrl

I >


B (


- s% dY


- 65 R


-46 R
-60 R

- 27 R

+ 3 R

- 10 R

+ 1.9

+ 2.9

- 68 R


- 38.0

-44 R

- 31 R

- 62.0

- 55.7


- 20 R


4-1955


11- 1-58

1958

1956

1955

1959

6-23-58

6-23-58

11- 1-58


1-22-60

4- 8-59

11- 1-58

7-27-59

7-27-59


1957


U


In-
i s


38

**---

.---

-,---


3

4


9

6

8




6


6


4

8


10

6

11


I I


.4 .4
i! B


0 II '8I


2,000


2,000

90

8

17


800

4

0.5

2,000

33


2,090

2,000






3


30

2


77




64

60


ReLMrks


Chemical Analyress 5-8-56

Chloride on 3-27-62

Chemical Analyrses 3-21-57




Chloride on 6-13-58;
Flow 2.3 SPm






Chemical Analyses: 3-21-57

W-565

Chloride on 6-26-57

Chemical Analysesl 2-26-57

Chemical Analyses: 5-24-57

W-4991


.. .... -r- -


'


[ I [i


I1


I


! !


I


I


I





I







Table 7 Continued

S Casing Water level .

Well 44 V i SU
14I 0 a C 14
SBnumber a a & 8I Remarks
tw 44
-o *q ,B ii ga ^ ie



I i 4 1 a .0 U U

rS A M
u, uw aD-. $, D Ia a 14 L a
______~~~ We f- __ __ _


1958 250

1947 134

1929 197

1952 200

1945 150

1953 60

1953 60

.-- 147

1935 163

1955 87

1957 134

1958 177

1950 209

1956 270

1958 61W

1957 1,561

1955 48


027-711-1

027-712-1

027-713-1

027-713-2

027-713-3

027-713-4

027-713-5

027-713-6

027-713-7

027-718-1

027-720-1

027-720-2

028-711-1

028-712-1

028-715-1

028-715-2

028-719-1

029-709-1


157

124

169

160



50

52



100

82

131

127

163

137

58

1,250


100

78

84

84

84

88

88

82

82

65

70

72.8

109

88

110

110


45 2S B P 8 D 87


TI X


- 70 R

- 56 R

- 36 R

- 51 R

- 49.5

- 40 R



- 39.0

- 39.4

- 47 R

- 34 R

- 45.1l

- 79 R

- 58 R

- 45.6

- 40

- 43


9-16-58

1947

1940

1952

2-18-59

1953



3- 5-40

3- 5-40

1955

1957

1958

9-1950

11- 1-56

4-23-58

1957

1955


22
---.-.


-----



-----

33

.-...

---.

....

-.-.

.....


3

5

6



24

18
---.







4



3



1,500
.....


5

10

28



27

32









5



6



55
--


C 74



C -



C -


2,000

6

100

200



22

12



125

5

10

760

510

2,000
.....



4

1,347


10

10















27

23

28


W-4624



Chloride on 6-26-57



Well abandoned













W-4575; Chemical Analyses:10-12-61

W-2262

Wgi- 746


Chemical Analyses: 9-5-57


1927 160 120











Table 7 Conlinued


Water luvfa l


r aii a



11j iL7 Yd
.. S.. % 1 .
h,,


25

23,5

112

115

5

125

5

132,7

123

125

120

11

4

112

60

132

120

125.0


* 24.5

- 21.1

- 74

- 93.8

S2

- 76.9

+ 1.5

- 70.3

- 24 R



- 38.9

- 10 R

+ 3.5

- 99.6



-125



- 60.6


3- 9-40

3- 9-40

5-1958

5-26-58

1951

3-30-59

3- 9-40

9-17-58

1956



3-18-40

1956

4-25-58

4-23-58



1958



2-26-40


4~


9





3



10



4

6

8

-----

-----

.---.

.-.-.


2,000



16



3











5

10



6
.....

.-..-


ROmarkl


W-4650



Chloride on 4.23-58





Chemical Analyaesi 12-2-39



Chloride on 4.23-58



Chloride on 7-13-58


029-709-2 I

029.709-3 I

029-711-1 M

029-715-1 I

030-709-1 P

030-716-1 P

031-710-1 P

031-716-1 U

031-717-1 P

031-718-1 P

031-718-2 U

031-726-1 P

032-711-1 P

032-712-1 P

032-713-1 P

032-715-1 P

032-716-1 P

032-716-2 P


I ~
OJg is a


.dE
fi u
& 9
<5 a


Well
number


150

38M

240

152M

54

210



239

99

120

126

52

278

145H

244-

175

103

96


1958

1958

1951









1955



1956

1956

1958

1958

1958

1958

1925


162

131

49

195



229

94

115



49

273

142



170

98

92


W-4663


i i I. IlI f :. I I I i i ,- I


r-- 1 --


I


i


i I l


I


I


I--I-



rir-r

Iirii

~I~~I

rrrii

~----

rriir

r---i

r-rii

riii-

I----






Table 7 Continued

Casing Water level 0
h d I U 0%
Lin
*0~1 uI4 -
well .1 V .4 1 1 .1
number t1 CL U, o Rmr

ac 11 aO
__ w 400-4 u _________4
Bela 4j t & 0 L p B i St
1_ a ua g N
w t 1 0 ], a 1 A .1, w -0
44 u w P 4 r
PI8 3


Test hole drilled to 730'.
W-5009; Log! E.


98

61

S165

24

142


98

178


032-719-1

032-723-1

032-724-1


032-725-1

033-713-1

033-713-2

033-717-1

034-714-1

034-715-1

034-716-1

034-720-1

035-714-1

035-714-2

035-714-3


1957

1956

1959

1954

1957

1944

1953

1957

1957

1950

1933

1952

1953

1953


12





10

700

420

5

1,500


105

137

123.4


92

26.2

35

130

62

56

140

135

34

37.5

37.5


- 78 R

- 40 R

- 91.6

- 18 R

- 23

- 30 R


- 58 R


- 63.5R


205 1 16 T I R


1957

1956

7-28-59


1954

3- 3-57

1944


9-17-57


- 50
- 65

- 42


- 38 R

- 33 R


W-4329; Chemical Analyses:
1+29-59

W-4330; Chemical Analyses:
1-29-59

Chloride on 6-13-58

Chloride on 6-13-58

W-2629; Chemical Analyses:
1-29-59

Chloride on 11-20-59

Chloride: 505ppm on 11-20-59
at 282'-292' screen.
Chloride: 280ppm on 11-20-59
at 230'-240' screen.


9- 4-571 -----


1950


9-25-58

1953

1953


8


4

4


3

6

5

7

280


4 TR T

4 TR NT G


1,500 119.51 24


7

4

1,500








T7bl 7 Conallnuud




4 I
.I035-715-W I*2R 8951 4 9B3 I2476 ,








035-715-5 1952 324 200 16 T R 7 9 -33 26 1952 110 6 1,500 38 4 mi-2630; Chlo lye n 1-29-59

035-7156 952 38 2 i0 6 1-24-534 r1,500 2 hem Anye: 12959
035-714-5 1 1963 1,808 1,390 16 0 R C 32.2 + 43.7 4- 1-63 7,350 --- 95 6,500 2
035-715-8 1 1963 1,60 972 8 0 N 7 35 + 40 8-1963 -----7,900 0 C 86 190 39













035.7194 9 4751 2 r 142 -11 8 6-51 .... .. 887 4
035-719-21 1951 15832 186 16 T 1 0 143 91 R 8-22-51 -- 1,209515 305 24 -2476 Ch
A035-719-3 n951 415 l9-21-51 1,135








035-715-2 I 1951 31285 230 4 T R T 42 -112 44.01L 9-15-51 ....---- ...---- -.. -.. 1,180 2490;

035-719-5-3 I 1951 3016 198 4 T R N 0 51.940 85 3.21 8-3025-51 .... ..-----. ----- ...----- 600 3-2507;
035-719-64 I 1952 344893 180 16 T 1 I 0 35 24 9 6-1952 5 6 P 1,50280 38 --1-2-59
035-715-5 I 1952 364 190 16 T R T I G 49 33 R 1952 --- 4 6 P 1,500 34 24 Chemical Malys..: 1-29-59




035-715-8 I 1963 1,650 1,370 8 0 R N T r 35 + 940 I 8-1963 .. 7,900 940 C 95 130 40 8 a


035-719-2 1 1951 158 128 16 T R T I a 3 91 R 8-22-51 ---- 4-9-----1,209 35 2I

035-719-3 1 1951 415 293 16 T R T 1 0 143 -114 R -21-51-1,135 53.5
035-719-4 I 1951 485 299 16 T R. T 7 a 141 -112 R 9-15-51 ----- ----- ---- ----1,180 34 E
0 3 5 7 1 9 5 I 1 9 5 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 3 0 T R 7 1 0 1 4 0 8 5 R 8 3 0 5 1 . .- --- -- 0 3 -6 1 3 9 I
035-719-6 x 1951 448 287 16 T R T 1 0 139 -105 1-2 6-51 --------1,280 38 29
V.II I W
035-15- X 9620 101 9 *4 r96 ,0 8 2
03-1-8 X1631601,7 0RHT 5 +40 -9Y- ,0 4 5 104
033-719-1 X 9145 201 TI012 -1 L 6-1- -- 874

035-719-2 X 195 158 12 16 T~ R T X G 4 1182-1-- -- -1293








Table 7 Continued

^ Casing Water level
S uB w
t r O

Well ci 0 0 14
number c c I 5 5. 0 U a U Ai t0 V Remarks
P4 11 U a) w 6
44 96 j^ iw 0 .4i f u 3 tu
u 04 a p 00 4 )1 0 o 0 s
S .' 5. 5 .05 .4 .4. We uu Ol u --> o S 0 5 n o S *
to go ri go I w
aa 4. &6 a g x 0S.C
______ 6 A< Q __ __ S __ UB. -Qg US 14 )-.S 0 50 __ .________
ne .C. .~ 'O S. S


W-3931


035-719-7

035-719-8

035-719-9

035-719-10

035-720-1

035-720-2

035-720-3

035-723-1

036-715-1


036-716-1

036-718-1

036-718-2

036-719-1

036-719-2

036-719-3

036-719-4

036-719-5

036-719-6


- 95 R

- 84 R

- 70 R

- 88 R

-145 R

-188 R

-175 R

- 5 R

- 41 R


- 88 R

-112 R



- 70 R

-114 R

-208 R

-155 R

- 96 R

- 80 R


9-18-51 ----

9-24-51 -----

9- 1-51 -----

11- 5-51 ---

1956 ----

1963 ...

1963 ----

1952 ...

1958


9-25-58 -----

6- 8-51 -----

----- a--- -----

2-1940 ---

6- 6-51 -

1-1959

1-1959

1947 -

12- 1-40 -----


29

55

45

74

75

70

80
s..o

27




20





37


6






5








6
-.-...

.....

..--..


1,320

1,230

1,319

1,319

2,000

2,000

2,000

8

1,500




1,094





875

780

780


Z 1951

I 1951

I 1940

I 1939

I 1951

I 1944

I 1944

I 1947

I 1940


W-2628; Chemical Analyses:
1-29-59

W-2516; E



W-570

Chemical Analyses: 1-11-40


260

305



129

190

385

131

212

129


97.4

140

143

135

138

145

148

145

145


1,130 30


_____ I ___/_









TI)bIo 7 Con itluud


0.34 1338

.-niAg
Ca is
P4I
.^ti




I Ih


036-719-7

036-719-8 I

036-719-9 X

036-719-10 I

036-720-1 I

036-720-2 1

036-723-1 P

037-715-1 P

037-719-1 P

037-719-2 P

037-719-3 I

037-719-4 I

037-720-1 I

037-720-2 I

037-720-3 I

037-720-4 I

037-720-5 I

037-720-6 I


Wu11
number


Witur




i a





.* 80

96 R

-118 R

-195 R

-148 R

-105 R

S7



43.0

13.0

68 R

43.51

49 R

42 R

44 R

40 R

52

...... .


*a






II i!


1940

1941

1940

1940

1956

1956

1952



1913



1946

1946

1946

1947

1947

1947

1947

1947


I I


135

380

138

278



400

21







327

136

308

117

158

328

299

146


Remeirko


W-3933

V-3932

Chloride on 6-13-58

Chloride on 5-7-58


1940

1941

12-1958

1-1959

1956

4-1956

1952



2-27-40

2-27-40

1946

12-1946

11-1946

3-20-47

1-1947

1-17-47

3- 5-47


r


f f'--r --


!


Ir

*1111

~-I~~

1111

~IIC~

111

~~II

1111

-~111

~~111

1~11~

11111

~~~I

1111)



-11-1

IIIIC


rr

rir

rii

rrr~

rrr





rri




1..1.
riii

-r-r



---I

,Irr

-rrr

r~rl


3 *.


"'~'


T .


- I


| I


~--- .


.,


.....









5

7

5










.....
.,...




--- r

.....


178

445

235

458

448

460

25

36

46

27

391

287

373

181

267

392

363

253


880

40

40

10

















--r--


vt l --I







Table 7 Continued

Casing Water level

10^I I1
i 4 4

0nub38 r W 9 111 -1 0







-7 P 19 0 G 1 R 19 -
037-721-1 1946 404 340 16 T R T I G 102 49 1946 --- -- .
037-722-1 P 193057 30 2 P DG 123 26 R 19307 --- --- -- --- --
03-722-2 P 1957 27 24 2 8 P D G 23 1957.

038-719-1 P 1954 116 111 2 TR J D G 133 -04 R 1954 -- 17 -- -

039719-1 I 1962 248 218 8 T R P I 0 132 -101 R 8-23-62 ---- 6 5 C A71 487 37.5 8
039-720-1 P 1960 530 -- RJ N T 0 155 -- --.- ------- -- .... .. --




040-722-1 P 1943 54 48 2 T R D 188 34 R 1943 --- -- 15
041-719-1 P 1957 83 77 2 B J D G 163 75R 1957 .-- -7 120 -
041-726-1 P 1954 38 34 2 T J P D 0 45 9 R 1957 23 L6 4 C ----- -- Chemical Analyses: 10-10-61

042-720-1 P 1955 103 98 3 T R J D 170 70 R 1955 -- 12 -- -

042-721-1 P 1932 65 8 T X N U 0 180 55.9 2-27-40 ----- --- -- ---- ---- --
042-725-1 P 1944 58 53 3 T B J D G 133 46 R 1957 --- --- -- 14 -- -

043-718-1 P 1950 235 95 3 G R N D G 30 + 20.8 5- 7-58 3- 70 100 18
043-718-2 P 1913 210 2 X N D 30 + 13.8 5- 7-58 ---- 70 25 10
043-718-3 P --- 230 ------ T X N D G 37 + 23.6 2-27-40 --- -- -- ----- -- -

043-719-1 P 1954 65 61 2 R D G 125 45 1954 -- 3 --- -- 10 -
I.*










Tbliu 7 ConOtnuud




k, J i

Ssler Isvl =w


169


153


102






18




67

61


2


2


3



-.-,..




4


2

2
-----










..,..
*- --

-- --

-----


50 11


340 30

10 4

50 -..

16 -*


150 15
10 ...


14

3 2

19 12








4 ---


Chemical Analyses 4*14-61


Chemical Analyses 10-24-61


Chemical Analyrses 10-24-61






Chemical Analyseps 2,6-61

Chloride on 7-9-58


Chemical Analysers 10-24-61

Chemical Analyseas 4-14-61


043-719-2

044.722-1

045-719-1

045-719-2

046-720-1

046-720-2

046-720-3

046-720-4

046-728-1

048-725-1

049-728-1

050-719-1

051-718-1

051-734-1

051-734-2

052-722-1

052-731-1

053-719-1


1958

1958




1958

1957


1940

1954

1955

1958

1936

1958

1947



1951

1958

1954


220

104

106


226

220




55

82

77


105

81

84

79

76

33 1


0 R N

TRP D

0 RN 8

* X N I

TRN

0 RN D

8 X, D

T X N D

8 J J D

T JPD

8 R JD

- X N 0

0 J N D

8 B P D

T J J D

T J J D

TR J D

8 I P D


+ 11.7

- 72 R

+ 32.1

+ 4.6

+ 27.8


S15.0

+ 17.5

- 41 I

- 64
. 60 It

+ 3.9

+ 16

- 64 B

- 68 R

- 69 R

- 20

- 15 ;


6- 9-58

1960

9- 5-58

9- 5-58

6-10-58


3- 4-40

3-19-40

1954

1955

1958

6-16-58

6-16-58

1947



1951

1958

6-11-58







Table 7 '"Continued

Casing Water level


44 .414 V2
l -i I s d
Wl I u4 w 4 9 %0
$4 .0
number V V Rm a rks
R emerka
tw $ P" 0 H Tfu s oc u l. IL a H e3 S 3" SJ^ ^ 1 ^ J 1

_____ ^ I s __ g "n. g ___|____
ao a a 44 W w a- 1 3 w 5
44 a 44 IV 0 to s
P4 u


1951

1956

1953

1955

1959

1959

1940

1959

1941

1940

1948

1957

1954

1959

1920


053-727-1

053-729-1

054-718-1

054-718-2

054-726-1

054-726-2

055-717-1

055-726-1

056-717-1

057-715-1

057-715-2

057-723-1

057-729-1

058-715-1

058-715-2

058-725-1

058-730-1

058-732-1

059-734-1


81

63

98

63

201

102

30

44

34


440

495

55

484

295

60

66

95

80


251

260

150

125

259.3

259.2

51

198.6

80

60.7

61

272

275

84

60

273

272

270
287


3









5
6


5
.....


-77 R

-48 R

-70 R

- 50 R

- 89.5

- 74.8

S6

31.3

-15 R

+ 15.1


-225 R
- 45 R

+ 2.0

+ 6 R


1951

1956

1953

1955

5-26-59

6-29-59

1960

6-24-59

1941

2-27-59


6- 7-57

1954

3- 8-59

1924


8 ----

10 --


4 ----




10 --


3 ---

13 ----

100 ---
17 ---

10 ---

100 24

173 --

6 ---

8 .--

10 --


S55

52

-68

-75.2


6

4

2

3


5-28-58 I ---


W-549


W-4356; Chloride on 7-29-58

Chloride on 6-13-58


Well destroyed; chloride on
5*24-24


Chloride on 6-13-58


Chloride on 6-13-58


0



0!



z1
0



0



P3
0


P 1940

P 1957

P 1954

P 1930


289


65

72

100

86H


D G

D G

D G

D G


4 -

3 -

21 -- -











Table 7 Cuntinuud


8ants Roam county


021-709-8 U

021-709-21 C


021-709-22

021-709-23

021-709-24

021-710-1*

022-652-1

023-702-1


023-705-1


1950

1951


41M

540


45

38

35

34

950

1,295

56


33

100


41 6


T X N T

T R N T


T R T P

T R T P
TRTP


T R T P

S E P D

0 R C P

0 R N D


T R T P
TIT?


11.6 8.1

10 .....


18

5

13

18


-12 R

+ 51

+ 48

- 8


12-18-50










5-1959

7- 7-61

7-14-61


1959


46


20 30 V-2338, Chloride on 10-17-50
.... .. Screens 100-1DU, water wu
salty. 8orans' 100-120,
chloride 500pp. V-2331, 1
.... Well abandoned

...... Well abandoned

...... Well abandoned



50 ) 18

46 4 24 Chloride, temp. 7-30-58;
W-3055, L
-.. Chemical Analyseas 2-7-61


S 96




--I -----






84 110

92 250O

70 40


14

82

360

8.8










Casing Water level

g a Ui

ta 1 4
A4 41 0t
number a



S H m ; Sj 9^ ^ 1 |

.024-650-1 P 1952 1,006 696 5 0 R N D F 10 + 50 R 6-1952 60 25 C -- 250 w-2661, I

024-651-1 P 1956 23 18 2 8 E C D G 12 4 R 1960 -1 -- --- --- 10 -


024-652-.
026-652-;
026-652-

026-653-1

026-706-1

027-654-1

030-703-1

030-703-2

031-654-1

032-648-1

032-648-2

032-700-1

032-702-1

032-706-1

032;707-1

033-707-1

034-701-1


2 1 1961 940

L P 1941 1,063

1 U 1952 108M

P 1953 30

P 1954 52

P 1956 24

P 1950 18

U 193 114

U 1942 197

U 1942 209

P 1905 104

P 195 53

P 195 56

P 190 181

P 1957 103

P 1956 187


. i3 A a R J D G LU -

800 3 0 R C IP 20 +40

716 6 0 R N U F 14.8 + 66

100 2 T R P D G 11 + 1

26 14S E C D G 5 5 R

47 2 8 X, C G 22 15 R

19 2 8 B C D G 18 5

16 k 8 E N U G 18 4.5

110 2 T R P D 132 85

140 8 T R T PG 135.4 -84.8

169 6 T RT PG 133.7 88

3 X N U G 3 + 3.3

49 2 8 B P D G 19 11.7

51 2 B P D G 8 4.9

S 3 B N DG 4 + 1.4

96 2 T R C D 0 10 3

167 4 T R T R 23 11


153

3- 1-61

1-12-42

6- 9-58

1953

1954

1956

6-16-58

1956

8-1961

1948

6-11-58

6-16-58

7- 2-58

6-11-58

4-25-58

6-16-58


146














25

25

20


.8

32

30

7

20

9

13



3

5

4

5

9

9

7

6

7


60 C

28 -

28 C










2 0

6 C

5 C

.. -


-,.-


69

83

84

72














71

72
70

71


12 --.

78M 39

966 ....

IM 1

8 ----

8 ---

4 ----
4... ....


250 9

250 60
250 60

4 2

5 ----



8 1


100 --


- Chemical. Analyses: 2-7-61

24

-- -454, L, well caved

1




- Chloride on 6-16-58



C chemical analyses 2-5-59


- W-262

2




2


Remarks


Table 7.'


Continued









Tabl 7 Continuwd


h
r4
~Is5
a v


034-706-1 1
034-706-2 I
034-707-1 I
034-708-1 I
034-710-1 P
035-655-1 P
035-703-1 P
035-703-2 P
035-703-3 P
035-704-1 P
035-706-1 U
035-707-1 I
035-707-2 I
035-708-1 I
035-708-2 I
036-657-1 P
036-702-1 P
036-702-2 P
036-703-1 P


1957
1937
1957
1956
1951
1953
1956
1958
1957
1957
1959
1955
1962
1955
1955
1958
1925


19571


well
nuwer


^Ii
M
too
U1

o7:i!?


-r3~-


Wa~ur lovol


Caing


-


U


--- --.... ~. .~.I-U


N'




IIii'BE


W1




I (;
1 0
I G
I G
D G
D Q
D G


I G
D G




T G


I G
1 0
I G

P G
D G


P G
0 G


~1


ag


Remerkl0


1


I


I


278
286
288
280
160
35
70
67
78
50
21111
295
250
293
295
128
185
168
105


ii


[


r


-r -r- -i


I-- -- _


'U


184 .... ..
S1,100 46.5 8t
S1,302 23 8
S1,016 38 8
..... .... ..
-9 .-- *












1,016 21 8
7 ---- --


1,000 49 8
923 58 8
1,016 21 8
1,000 ....-- -.

6 ---- --
6 -



.ylow 8 2
14


W-4283
W-4284
W-4271
Wgi-752




Chloride on 6-30-58
Chloride on 12-18-58





W-3453


Wgl-626
Wgl-624
Chloride on 6-10-58
Chemical analyuses 4-18-49


I


-I


f


220
196
198
220
155
30
65
63
73
41
206
205
170
203
205
123
166
148
101


8 T
16 T
16 T
16 T
2 T

.1k S
2 T
2 T
2 T
2 S,T
4 T
16 T
16 2
12 T
16 T
2 T
8 T
8 T
2 T


R T
R T
R T
R T
R P
E C
R J
R J
R J
J J
RN
R T
R T
R T
R T
R J
X T
x P
R C


101
101.7
101
54
2
20
57
60
70
68
127.3
112
120
86.5
114.7
140
20
18
20


- 71 8
- 74 R
- 76 a
. 30 R
+ 3
- 15 R
* 15 R
* 30 R
- 40 R
- 32 R
* 85.8
- 77 R
- 80 R
- 54.01
- 80.01
-100 1
S6
- 14.8
+ 8.0


5.1957
7.1957
9-1957
1- 7-57
4-25-58
6-10-58
1956
1958
1957
1957
6-12-59
2-16-55
3-15-62
3-1958
1955
1958
1924
6- 9-58
6-30-58







Table 7 Coiicnued

Ca5ing Water level -
%w -, J.. Vi
a q 5 a f
a -i
'^U I r4BBgU B IfloJ
,. a
number Ci 8 Remarks
el ..- 0 U a Jis 1 1.
CI w3 a I Z 0 1 4 .I U 1 4.a ..%
U e W U 1 ^ w
l i li *o u.Jueli a A
A0 0 H. 1

'E S
is # Ow
0k t I .
; a1 1 g u s a MY ~. i- po
_____~~ B k -s~ U. ____


9
138
124
141

80

115

32

25

24

15
30


+ 11.7

-100 R
* 55 R

- 75 R

- 30 R



- 28 R

- 22 R



- 6.7


036-703-2

036-706-1

036-706-2
036-707-1

036-709-1

037-659-1
037-701-1

037-701-2

037-701-3
037-702-1

037-702-2

037-702-3

037-706-1

037-709-1

037-710-1

038-657-1

038-702-1


Flow
20
15
60

7
6



10
200





412


7- 2-58

1956
1959

6-1958

1957



6-1956
2-1956



6-13-58
-------.








1947

1952
1955

1950
1958

1955


352

80

200

158

186

188

180

45

68

82
112

115


Chloride on 4-25-58


Chloride on 6-12-58

Chloride on 6-12-58;
Chloride on 4-6-40

W-576; well destroyed

Chloride on 5-31-56

Chloride 54ppa on 6-30-58;
W-3774

Chloride on 11-8-55


Chemical analyses: 8-26-54;
W-3331
Chemical analyses: 1-6-55;
W-1628

Chloride on 6-12-58

Chloride on 7-1-58
Chloride on 5-4-58
Chloride on 6-10-58

Chloride on 7-2-58


75
170

128

146



140

40

63
77

107

111


12 T R T


20.0 6.2R


- 26 R

- 42 R
- 40 R
- 98 R

- 82 R


503 48 .1 8


10
15


- 10

8








TiblI 7 Conllniuad




Well
number I


038-702-2
038-703-1
038-708-1
038-711-1
039-652-1
039-711-1
040-703-1

040-706-1
040-708-1



040-708-2
040-708-3
040-708-4
040-708-5
040-708-6
040-708-7
040-709-1
040-709-2
040-709-3

040-709-4


1958
1958
1953
1958
1954
1957
1958

1954
1959



1960

1960
1960
1960
1960
1960

1960
1960
1960

1960


S CJulng


4w
a
i *

I ^


109M
115
63
110
58

115

50
12811




23M
23P
65H

451M
16M
i70M

2341
16M

39MI


T R
T R
T R
T R
T R
TR

T R
T R
T R

T R


Vi


4
0 "


110
143
156
133
152
133
158
155
66.2


T 0 91.2
T G 132.4
T 0 73.1
T G 173.9
T G 157.8
T G 98.2

T 0 142.7

T G 178.1
T G 135.4

T G 142.7


Watur luvaI


a
ii 4~
r
o
U
tt
,,
II


iiY


,0
R

r

ri

Yc~


11
9
3
2.2

2.5


M

a
I
a
Jc


4
8
4
8
9
3
15


Remarks


.. CheMeal analysesr 3-4-59


...* Chloride on 6-12-58

4 -. Chloride on 1-25-58


...... Chloride on 11-16-57
..- Chloride on 6-16-58
.- .. Chloride on 6-20-58
1.2 2 Logo: E, test hole drilled
to 750;' Chemical analyses
12-13-61.
Chemical analyses 2-8-61


' r '


a,
e
a4


-- "'~"'-"I e- L- -- ----


I


- 67.6
- 78 R
- 44 R
- 86 R
- 20 R


-30 R
+ 2.6



- 13.3
- 9.6
- 1.1
-45.8
-29.9
- 3.8

-72.2

-109.8
- 4.0

- 4.3


6-20-58
1953
1958
1954
11-1957


1954
7- 8-59



6-29-60
7-13-60
7-22-60
7-22-60
7-22-60
7-22-60

6-22-60

7-13-60
7-13-60

7-13-60


- Chemical analyses: 12-13-61
IChemical analyses: 2-8-61


45
18
18
60
40
12

165

229
11

34






Table 7 Continued

S Casing Water level
am 5 S ^ aa a
V 1
Wal 94 -4 0 41 -.. 0 ..44 Ja
Wl 'B 3 S" 0 0 u
number V w t A ,j 0| a Remarks
u "u m -y S Ur k C~ a OB u B 6 *
%a w- w s g5 4 1 g s a |
S" u ao S S u _________
gg g084 a a ______
-41 4j a"B
MD ID 0 d A
A :9 CM


040-709-5

040-709-6

040-709-7

041-649-1

041-704-1

041-708-1

041-709-1

041-709-2

041-709-3

041-709-4

041-710-1

041-710-2

041-710-3

042-700-1

042-701-1

042-701-2

044-656-1

045-711-1

046-701-1


1960

1960

1960

1959

1953

1960

1960

1960

1960

1960

1935

1960

1960

1952

1952

1952

.1956

1940

1960


351M

70M

65M

98M

45

72H

23811

65M

94M

52M

75

2280

66M

234

319

263

220

60

110


Chloride on 6-16-58


30

65

60

93

41

67

233

60

89

47

70

223

61

189

264

202

200

56

105


4 T

4 T

It T

4 T

2 S

4 T

4 T

1% T

14 T

,4 T

2 T

Ik T

4 T

16 T

16 T

16 T

4 T

2 T

2 T


T G



T 0

T G

D G

T G

T G

T G

T O

T G

D G

0T G

T G

P G

P G

PG

D 0

D G

D o


153.7

183.4

178.1

155.8

164

182.6

186.9

184.3

186.9

186.9

177

190.3

190.7

181.5

168.1

180

200

201


- 24.0

- 46.8

- 40.2

- 62.6

- 26 R

- 50.1

-110.5

- 47.5

- 46.8

- 46.9

- 60 R

-121.2

- 49.1

-112.O0

- 99.5R

-116

-125

- 30


7-22-60

7-25-60

7-26-60

7- 8-59

1953

6-30-60

6-28-60

7-13-60

7-26-60

8- 3-60

1954

7-13-60

7-13-60

1952

1952

1952

1956

1957

3-1960


9










6




1,340

1,320

1,200

20

15

8


60

80

50


Chloride on 5-4-58


5










3










2.5

2.5

2.5,


-- -2547

-2554

W-2542

Chemical analyses: 10-12-61

Chemical analyses: 10-11-61

Chemical analyses: 10-12-61


----- 95









TWblO 7 Cpntinuod





I A

n 5 .5
-- b u u
n Se : &


046-708-1

048-706-1

050.711-1

051-651-1

051-652-1

051-709-1

052-709-1
054-701-1

054-709-1
056-701-1

057-707-1

057-709-1

057-712-1
058-707-1

059-658-1

059-702-1

059-702-2


1955

1958

1943

1959
1952

1934

1959
1941

1953

1955

1938

1950

1952
1957

1957

1956

1950


232
140

85

46H

445
74
90

105

59
109

76

157

130

116

815

25
44


W Lur f vul



4 .. .


lf~ p ^ S 1


212

220
213

99.9

215.3

242

237.3

231.1

258
248

250

255

220

257

290

272

282


80 R


25 R
1.5

-117.3

- 25 R
- 36.6

- 20 R

- 40 R
- 97 R

- 60 R

- 65 R

-107 R
- 90 R

-152.0
- 18 R

- 40 R


6-10-55


1943
7-28-59

5-29-58

1957

6-25-59
1954

1953
1955

1954

1950
1956

1957

7-14-61

1956
1950


*ius
N

I

a{


2.5

5

1.5
4

2.0

2
6
2.2

3
6


4.5

6


4.0

5
5.5


SI

R1D
--4


435

4

3


650
7


36

12
4

9

130


8

18
7


ri-

---
PtWW
****






3L--
40











20
---

----
,,c-.


*0
0


M Q2


Remarkl


Chemical analyiels 10-12-61

Ohloride on 6-20-58

Chemical analyseal 10-11-61


Chemical analysOei 2-7-61

Chloride on 6-20-58


W-596; Chemical analysesl 2-7-61
Chloride on 6-20-58
Chloride on 6-23-58


W-2263; Chemical analyse:!10-11-61
Chloride on 6-23-58


W-4357; Chemical analyses 2-7-61
Chloride on 6-23-58
Chemical analyses: 10-11- 1


---- --


- i


-'1--- --~----1---n---------7--c









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50 91






Table 8. Ground-water levels in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida.

Well number: See text for well-numbering system.
Code: e, estimated water level; h, tape measurement.
Measurements in feet below or above (+) land-surface datum.
Measurements at 5-day intervals are highest daily levels taken from recorder graphs; exceptions:
mean daily water level reported for well 035-714-3, Escambia County, for 1954 and 1955; mean
daily water level reported for well 035-715-3, Escambia County, for period 1951-1953, and for
1955.
Refer to table 7 for details of wells.




Well Water Water Water Water
Number Date level Date level Date level Date level

Escambia County

023-716-2 3- 5-40 5.71 11- 6-41 5.81 12- 2-42 6.28 12- 1-43 8.81
3- 7-40 5.78 11-13-41 5.67 12- 9-42 6.23 12- 8-43 8.68
3-11-40 5.68 11-20-41 5.83 12-16-42 6.26 12-15-43 8.81
3-18-40 5.87 11-27-41 5.75 12-23-42 6.29 12-22-43 8.80
3-25-40 5.86 12- 4-41 6.55 12-30-42 6.35 12-29-43 9.02
4- 2-40 5.65 12-11-41 5.40 1- 6-43 6.40 1- 5-44 8.78
4- 8-40 5.15 1- 6-42 5.75 1-13-43 6.49 1-12-44 8.46
4-15-40 5.20 1-14-42 5.85 1-20-43 6.40 1-19-44 8.30
4-20-40 7.00 1-21-42 5.89 1-27-43 6.87 1-26-44 8.09
4-27-40 5.86 1-28-42 6.43 2- 3-43 6.82 2- 2-44 8.16
5- 4-40 5.54 2- 4-42 6.31 2-10-43 7.18 2- 9-44 8.40
5-11-40 4.49 2-11-42 6.31 2-17-43 8.31 2-16-44 8.29
5-17-40 6.28 2-18-42 6.02 2-24-43 8.23 2-23-44 8.33
5-24-40 5.82 2-25-42 5.85 3- 3-43 7.98 3- 1-44 8.30
5-31-40 6.16 3- 4-42 5.64 3-10-43 7.63 3- 8-44 8.20
6-11-40 6.05 3-11-42 5.63 3-17-43 7.38 3-15-44 8.22
6-18-40 6.22 3-18-42 5.48 3-24-43 6.78 3-22-44. 8.09
6-25-40 5.78 3-25-42 5.32 3-31-43 7.29 3-29-44 7.12
7- 1-40 6.15 4- 1-42 5.23 4- 7-43 7.21 4- 5-44 7.50
7- 8-40 4.88 4- 8-42 5.31 4-14-43 7.45 4-12-44 7.44
7-16-40 4.14 4-15-42 5.33 4-21-43 7.45 4-19-44 7.33
7-23-40 4.52 4-22-42 5.42 4-28-43 8.33 4-26-44 6.23
7-30-40 4.65 4-29-42 5.63 5- 5-43 8.73 5- 3-44 6.44
8- 6-40 3.90 5- 6-42 6.27 5-12-43 8.10 5-10-44 6.89
8-13-40 3.86 5-13-42 6.85 5-19-43 8.75 5-17-44 8.10
1- 4-41 4.47 5-27-42 6.60 5-26-43 8.18 5-24-44 8.02
4-10-41 5.03 6- 5-42 6.49 6- 2-43 8.88 5-31-44 8.48
4-17-41 5.06 6-10-42 6.08 6- 9-43 11.88 6- 7-44 9.03-
4-24-41 5.12 6-17-42 6.48 6-16-43 9.41 6-14-44 9.38
5- 1-41 5.13 6-24-42 6.41 6-23-43 10.81 6-21-44 9.20
5- 8-41 5.25 7- 2-42 5.98 6-30-43 12.37 6-28-44 10.15
5-15-41 5.19 7- 8-42 6.46 7- 7-43 11.49 7- 5-44 8.10
5-22-41 5.42 7-15-42 6.38 7-14-43 8.78 7-12-44 8.23
5-24-41 5.38 7-22-42 6.78 7-21-43 8.69 7-19-44 8.30
6- 5-41 5.31 7-29-42 6.32 7-28-43 8.32 7-26-44 8.38
6-12-41 6.44 8- 5-42 6.25 8- 4-43 9.11 8- 2-44 8.74
6-19-41 6.19 8-12-42 6.06 8-11-43 8.52 8- 9-44 7.95
6-26-41 5.98 8-19-42 5.90 8-18-43 9.09 8-16-44 7.67
7- 4-41 5.32 8-26-42 5.71 8-25-43 9.75 8-23-44 8.04
7-17-41 5.27 9- 2-42 5.22 9- 1-43 9.79 8-30-44 7.30
7-24-41 5.32 9- 8-42 5.61 9- 7-43 8.02 9- 5-44 7.07
7-31-41 5.83 9-17-42 5.98 9-14-43 8.73 9-12-44 6.46
8- 7-41 6.17 9-23-42 6.02 9-22-43 8.75 9-19-44 6.21
8-14-41 6.54 9-30-42 6.07 9-29-43- 8.71 9-27-44 5.69
8-28-41 5.66 10- 7-42 5.93 10- 6-43 8.29 10- 4-44 6.69
9-11-41 5.20 10-14-42 5.90 10-13-43 8.52 10-11-44 7.01
9-18-41 5.10 10-21-42 6.25 10-20-43 9.21 10-18-44 7.12
9-25-41 5.90 10-28-42 5.87 10-27-43 8.73 10-25-44 8.32
10- 9-41 5.74 11- 4-42 5.68 11- 3-43 8.89 11- 1-44 7.97
10-16-41 5.51 11-11-42 6.00 11-10-43 9.95 11- 8-44 7.84
10-23-41 5.50 11-18-42 6.05 11-17-43 8.86 11-15-44 8.85
10-30-41 6.05 11-25-42 6.59 11-24-43 9.00 11-22-44 8.25








FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


We Water Water Water Water
number Date level Date level IDte level Date level


023-716-2
(Cone tnumed)


023-716-2
(Continued)


11-29-44
12- 6-44
12-13-44
12-20-44
12-27-44
1- 3-45
1-10-45
1-17-45
1-24-45
1-31-45
2- 7-45
2-14-45
2-21-45
2-28-45
3- 7-45
3-14-45
3-21-45
3-28-45
4- 4-45
4-11-45
4-18-45
4-25-45
5- 2-45
5- 9-45
5-16-45
5-23-45
5-30-45
6- 6-45
6-13-45
6-20-45
6-27-45
7- 4-45
7-11-45
7-18-45
7-25-45
8- 1-45
8- 8-45
8-15-45
8-22-45
8-29-45
9- 5-45
9-11-45
9-19-45
9-26-45
10- 3-45
10-10-45
10-17-45
10-24-45
10-31-45
11- 7-45
11-14-45
11-21-45
11-28-45
12- 5-45
12-12-45
12-19-45
12-26-45
1- 2-46
1- 9-46
1-16-46
1-23-46
1-30-46
2- 6-46
2-13-46
2-20-46
2-27-46
3- 6-46
3-14-46


7.25
6.87
8.12
8.15
7.87
8.11
8.81
8.00
7.82
7.89
7.70
8.59
8.33
8.51
8.51
8.64
8.92
9.05
8.30
9.30
9.44
8.36
8.95
8.88
8.31
9.92
10.34
11.21
11.70
10.93
10.94
11.34
10.90
9.81
8.91
10.82
10.67
9.75
9.75
9.53
8.81
9.13
9.48
9.23
9.39
8.59
9.72
9.60
8.72
10.03
9.01
9.91
11.45
11.30
9.70
10.00
8.94
9.73
8.59
8.51
9.34
9.01
8.33
8.52
9.65
8.40
8.49
7.94


3-20-46
4- 3-46
4-10-46
4-17-46
4-24-46
5- 1-46
5- 8-46
5-15-46
5-22-46
5-29-46
6- 5-46
6-12-46
6-19-46
6-26-46
7- 3-46
7-10-46
7-17-46
7-24-46
7-31-46
8- 7-46
8-14-46
8-21-46
8-28-46
9- 4-46
9-11-46
9-18-46
9-25-46
10- 1-46
10- 8-46
10-16-46
10-23-46
10-30-46
11- 6-46
11-13-46
11-20-46
11-27-46
12- 4-46
12-11-46
12-18-46
12-31-46
1- 8-47
1-15-47
1-22-47
1-29-47
2- 5-47
2-12-47
2-19-47
2-26-47
3- 5-47
3-12-47
3-19-47
3-26-47
4- 2-47
4- 9-47
4-16-47
4-23-47
4-30-47
5- 7-47
5-14-47
5-21-47
5-28-47
6- 4-47
6-11-47
6-18-47
6-25-47
7- 2-47
7- 9-47
7-16-47


7-23-47
7-30-47
8- 6-47
8-13-47
8-20-47
8-27-47
9- 3-47
9- 8-47
9-15-47
9-22-47
9-30-47
10- 7-47
10-14-47
10-21-47
10-28-47
11- 4-47
11-12-47
11-19-47
11-26-47
12- 3-A7
12-10-47
12-17-47
12-24-47
12-31-47
1-14-48
1-21-48
1-28-48
2- 4-48
2-11-48
2-18-48
2-25-48
3- 3-48
3-10-48
3-17-48
3-24-48
3-31-48
4- 7-48
4-14-48
4-21-48
4-28-48
5- 5-48
5-12-48
5-19-48
5-26-48
6- 2-48
6- 9-48
6-16-48
6-23-48
6-30-48
7- 7-48
7-14-48
7-21-48
7-28-48
8-11-48
8-18-48
8-25-48
9- 1-48
9- 8-48
9-15-48
9-20-48
9-27-48
10- 4-48
10-11-48
10-16-48
10-23-48
10-29-48
11- 4-48
11-10-48


6.85
7.39
8.29
6.81
6.50
7.38
8.12
8.33
7.11
6.17
6.35
6.69
7.91
7.59
6.45
6.45
6.31
5.88
5.65
5.48
5.48
5.37
5.09
5.81
5.77
5.41
6.21
5.51
5.56
5.69
6.40
5.38
4.22
4.20
5.77
4.44
4.50
4.50
5.07
5.24
7.25
6.41
7.94
8.78
8.02
7.96
8.52
7.70
7.97
7.48
6.59
6.47
6.78
6.84
7.09
7.33
8.57
6.19
4.38
5.53
5.80
6.04
7.09
6.78
6.48
6.37
6.18
6.05


I _________ I _________ J _________ 3 _________ 1 ________ 1.


11-17-48
11-24-48
12- 1-48
12- 8-48
12-15-48
12-22-48
12-29-48
1- 5-49-
1-12-49
1-19-49
1-26-49
2- 2-49
2- 9-49
2-16-49
2-23-49
3- 2-49
3- 9-49
3-16-49
3-23-49
3-30-49
4- 6-49
4-13-49
4-20-49
4-27-49
5- 4-49
5-11-49
5-18-49
5-25-49
6- 1-49
6- 8-49
6-15-49
6-22-49
6-29-49
7- 6-49
7-13-49
7-20-49
7-27-49
8- 3-49
8-10-49
8-17-49
8-24-49
8-31-49
9- 7-49
9-10-49
9-16-49
9-24-49
10- 1-49
10- 8-49
10-15-49
10-21-49
10-26-49
11- 2-49
11- 9-49
11-16-49
11-23-49
11-30-49
12- 7-49
12-14-49
12-21-49
12-28-49
1- 4-50
1-11-50
1-18-50
1-25-50
2- 1-50
2- 8-50
2-15-50
2-22-50


6.13
5.60
6.03
5.48
5.89
6.08
5.74
6.25
6.47
6.23
6.52
6.59
6.02
6.03
6.60
5.96
6.58
6.67
6.80
5.49
6.41
5.33
5.97
5.10
5.38
5.47
6.58
7.47
7.68
8.05
6.78
6.37
7.70
6.10
6.62
6.10
5.56
5.70
6.11
5.78
6.09
6.92
.6.71
6.74
6.26
6.32
6.34
6.03
6.20
6.58
6.98
6.10
6.88
6.80
7.95
6.56
7.04
6.60
6.78
7.73
6.80
6.51
6.87
6.82
7.10
7.40
7.71
7.48











INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50


Well Water Water Water Water
Number Date level Date level Date level Date level


023-716-2
(Continued)


3- 1-50
3- 8-50
3-15-50
3-22-50
3-29-50
4- 5-50
4-11-50
.4-19-50
4-26-50
5- 2-50
5- 9-50
5-16-50
5-23-50
5-30-50
6- 6-50
6-13-50
6-20-50
6-27-50
7- 5-50
7-12-50
7-18-50
7-25-50
8- 1-50
8- 8-50
8-15-50
8-22-50
9- 5-50
9-12-50
9-19-50
9-26-50
10- 3-50
10-10-50
10-17-50
10-24-50
10-31-50
11- 7-50
11-21-50
11-28-50
12- 5-50
12-12-50
12-19-50
1- 2-51
1- 9-51
1-16-51
1-23-51
1-30-51
2-.6-51
2-13-51
2-20-51
2-27-51
3- 6-51
3-13-51
3-20-51
3-27-51
4- 3-51
4-10-51
4-17-51
4-23-51
4-30-51
5- 7-51
5-14-51
5-21-51
5-28-51
6- 4-51
6-11-51
6-18-51
6-25-51


8.19
6.94
7.43
6.74
7.82
6.12
8.33
7.71
8.98
7.15
8.60
8.15
8.15
10.18
8.46
9.50
8.56
12.80
10.35
8.57
9.66
10.00
9.11
10.04
9.88
9.45
8.53
8.15
8.75
8.22
7.82
9.09
9.89
8.60
8.56
8.87
8.03
10.55
8.00
7.29
8.77
7.10
9.00
8.67
9.96
8.65
9.70
7.77
7.91
8.44
10.00
11.30
10.05
7.93
7.96
7.35
8.54
8.29
8.38
10.25
8.29
11.02
9.46
10.41
9.38
8.95
8.20


7- 2-51
7- 9-51
7-23-51
7-30-51
8- 6-51
8-13-51
8 .0-51
8-27-51
9- 4-51
9-10-51
9-17-51
9-24-51
10- 1-51
10-10-51
10-15-51
10-22-51
10-29-51
11- 5-51
11-12-51
11-19-51
11-26-51
12- 3-51
12-10-51
12-17-51
12-24-51
12-31-51
1- 7-52
1-14-52
1-21-52
1-28-52
2- 4-52
2-11-52
2-18-52
2-25-52
3- 3-52
3-10-52
3-17-52
3-24-52
4- 1-52
4- 8-52
4-15-52
4-21-52
4-28-52
5- 5-52
5-12-52
5-20-52
5-27-52
6- 3-52
6-10-52
6-17-52
6-24-52
7- 1-52
7- 8-52
7-15-52
7-22-52
7-29-52
8- 5-52
8-12-52
8-19-52
8-26-52
9- 2-52
9- 8-52
9-15-52
9-22-52
9-29-52
10- 6-52
10-13-52


8.38
8.87
10.58
8.86
9.08
9.19
8.32
8.89
9.22
11.02
8.27
7.61
7.44
7.77
7.71
7.70
7.48
6.94
7.85
6.92
6.82
6.30
6.43
6.78
7.09
7.51
7.70
7.29
7.28
7.01
7.41
7.67
6.77
7.05
7.84
6.42
7.46
7.18
7.68
7.27
6.85
7.14
8.71
9.69
10.85
9.66
9.42
8.66
11.12
12.11
13.67
12.76
12.25
10.88
9.95
11.22
12.60
10.75
10.92
12.14
9.43
11.30
8.83
8.57
8.82
9.47
9.86


10-20-52
10-27-52
11- 3-52
11-10-52
11-17-52
11-24-52
12- 1-52
12- 8-52
12-22-52
12-29-52
1- 5-53
1-12-53
1-19-53
1-26-53
2- 2-53
2- 9-53
2-16-53
2-22-53
3- 3-53
3- 9-53
3-16-53
3-23-53
3-30-53
4- 6-53
4-13-53
4-20-53
4-27-53
5- 4-53
5-11-53
5-18-53
5-25-53
6- 1-53
6- 8-53
6-15-53
6-22-53
6-29-53
7- 6-53
7-13-53
7-20-53
7-27-53
8- 3-53
8-10-53
8-17-53
8-24-53
8-31-53
9- 8-53
9-14-53
9-21-53
9-28-53
10- 5-53
10-12-53
10-19-53
10-26-53
11- 2-53
11- 9-53
11-16-53
11-23-53
11-30-53
12- 7-53.
12-14-53
12-21-53
12-28-53
1- 4-54
1-11-54
1-18-54
1-25-54
2- 1-54


10.69
9.48
9.95
8.51
9.37
9.40
8.20
8.58
8.57
8.27
8.50
9.89
8.46
8.86
8.98
8.00
8.50
7.94
8.38
7.55
7.23
7.42
8.52
8.04
7.36
8.68
8.50
9.20
10.32
10.82
10.48
10.54
10.03
10.91
9.98
9.33
9.68
10.33
10.22
9.03
9.63
8.10
9.02
8.90
9.81
7.78
10.25
8.17
8.78
7.91
8.29
8.58
8.49
8.49
7.82
8.17
6.58
8.40
8.11
7.79
7.11
6.27
7.17
6.43
8.62
8.40
8.08


2- 8-54
2-15-54
2-22-54
3- 1-54
3- 8-54
3-15-54
3-22-54
3-29-54
4- 5-54
4-12-54
4-19-54
4-26-54
5- 3-54
5-10-54
5-17-54
5-31-54
6- 7-54
5-14-54
7-12-54
7-19-54
7-26-54
8- 2-54
8- 9-54
8-16-54
8-23-54
9-20-54
9-27-54
10- 4-54
10-11-54
10-18-54
10-25-54
11- 1-54
11- 8-54
11-15-54
11-22-54
11-29-54
12- 6-54
12-13-54
12-20-54
12-27-54
1- 3-55
1-10-55
1-17-55
1-24-55
1-31-55
2- 7-55
2-14-55
2-21-55
2-28-55
3- 7-55
3-14-55
3-21-55
3-28-55
4- 4-55
4-11-55
4-18-55
4-25-55
5-16-55
5-23-55
5-30-55
6- 6-55
6-13-55
6-20-55
8- 1-55
8- 8-55
8-15-55
8-29-55



8.41
8.45
7.59
9.00
8.47
8.00
7.66
7.02
9.30
8.86
9.58
9.94
9.53
10.84
11.11
9.89
10.95
10.08
11.78
10.73
9.78
11.19
9.58
11.41
10.89
10.23
11.37
10.39
10.39
10.80
10.89
10.14
11.54
8.94
9.43
9.23
9.96
8.48
10.06
9.36
9.10
9.47
8.55
9.17
9.22
8.53
8.78
8.51
8.64
10.10
9.11
9.12
10.30
9.43
9.31
9.65
9.97
11.48
10.23
12.00
10.78
9.97
11.50
9.90
11.30
10.86
10.34









FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Well Water Water Water Water
lumber Date level Date level Date level Date level


023-716-2
(Continued)


9- 6-55
9-12-55
9-19-55
9-26-55
10- 3-55
10-10-55
10-17-55
10-24-55
10-31-55
11- 7-55
11-14-55
11-21-55
11-28-55
12- 5-55
12-12-55
12-19-55
12-27-55
1- 3-56
1-10-56
1-16-56
1-23-56
1-30-56
2- 6-56
2-13-56
2-20-56
2-27-56
3- 5-56
3-12-56
3-19-56
3-26-56
4- 2-56
4- 9-56
4-16-56
4-23-56
4-30-56
5- 7-56
5-14-56
6-18-56
6-25-56
7- 2-56
7- 9-56
7-16-56
7-23-56
7-30-56
8- 6-56
8-13-56
8-20-56
8-27-56
9- 4-56
9-10-56
9-17-56
9-25-56
10- 1-56
10- 8-56
10-135-56
10-22-56
10-29-56
11- 5-56
11-12-56
11-19-56
11-26-56
12- 3-56
12-10-56
12-17-56
12-24-56
12-31-56
1- 7-57


9.43
10.47
10.00
11.08
11.14
10.48
9.59
10.31
9.91
10.85
11.56
10.18
10.33
10.33
10.76
9.98
9.86
10.48
10.49
11.00
10.79
9.50
10.30
9.77
9.77
10.06
9.77
10.39
9.75
10.24
10.46
10.34
10.57
10.62
10.88
9.70
10.50
10.61
10.89
11.21
9.29
10.48
10.29
10.54
10.11
11.30
11.29
11.48
10.12
10.43
10.64
8.61
8.21
7.97
8.60
6.78
7.68
8.07
7.45
8.16
7.86
9.18
8.48
9.99
8.35
8.29
8.51


1-14-57
1-21-57
1-28-57
2- 4-57
2-11-57
2-18-57
2-25-57
3- 4-57
3-11-57
3-18-57
3-25-57
4- 1-57
4- 8-57
4-15-57
4-22-57
4-29-57
5- 6-57
5-13-57
5-20-57
5-27-57
6- 3-57
6-10-57
6-17-57
6-24-57
7- 1-57
7-22-57
7-29-57
8- 5-57
8-12-57
8-19-57
9-10-57
9-17-57
9-24-57
10- 1-57
10- 8-57
10-14-57
10-21-57
10-28-57
11- 4-57
11-11-57
11-18-57
12- 2-57
12- 9-57
12-16-57
12-23-57
12-30-57
1- 6-58
1-13-58
1-20-58
1-27-58
2- 1-58
2-10-58
2-17-58
2-24-58
3- 3-58
3-10-58
3-17-58
3-24-58
3-31-58
4- 7-58
4-14-58
4-21-58
4-28-58
5- 5-58
5-12-58
5-19-58
5-26-58


8.61
8.31
7.97
9.22
10.45
9.90
8.68
9.67
10.90
10.84
9.90
10.22
9.84
10.34
9.44
11.22
9.36
8.78
10.02
10.56
10.98
9.75
11.29
11.27
11.39
11.58
11.09
11.20
11.44
11.16
10.25
9.08
8.48
8.10
8.27
9.36
8.32
8.85
7.92
7.84
7.37
9.07
7.78
7.90
8.34
7.77
8.41
8.74
8.14
6.87
7.75
8.02
8.97
8.29
8.12
7.40
7.18
6.62
7.21
7.88
8.72
7.81
9.79
10.71
9.89
10.12
8.81


6- 2-58
6- 9-58
6-16-58
6-23-58
6-30-58
7- 7-58
7-14-58
7-21-58
7-28-58
8-11-58
8-18-58
8-25-58
9- 2-58
9- 9-58
9-16-58
9-23-58
9-30-58
10- 7-58
10-14-58
10-21-58
10-28-58
11- 4-58
11-11-58
11-18-58
11-25-58
12- 2-58
12- 9-58
12-16-58
12-23-58
12-30-58
1- 6-59
1-13-59
1-20-59
1-26-59
2- 2-59
2- 9-59
2-16-59
2-23-59
3- 2-59
3- 9-59
3-16-59
3-23-59
3-30-59
4- 6-59
4-13-59
4-21-59
4-27-59
5- 4-59
5-11-59
5-18-59
5-25-59
6- 1-59
6-15-59
6-22-59
6-29-59
7- 6-59
7-13-59
7-20-59
7-27-59
8- 3-59
8-10-59
8-17-59
8-24-59
8-31-59
9- 8-59
9-15-59
9-21-59


9.84
10.45
9.40
9.17
9.41
10.44
10.38
8.74
8.08
8.83
8.03
7.94
9.78
8.35
7.79
8.63
7.75
7.58
7.82
7.77
8.15
8.97
8.39
7.98
7.62
7.72
8.27
8.88
8.56
8.17
8.63
8.59
8.54
8.21
8.13
7.88
8.05
7.92
7.97
7.82
7.86
7.73
7.23
8.16
7.63
7.83
7.93
8.89
8.93
8.81
8.12
7.52
6.93
7.66
9.63
8.53
8.33
7.53
7.57
8.63
7.99
8.64
8.85
9.55
9.54
7.10
7.02


9-28-59
10- 5-59
10-12-59
10-19-59
10-26-59
11- 2-59
11- 9-59
11-16-59
11-23-59
11-30-59
12- 7-59
12-14-59
1- 4-60
1-11-60
1-18-60
1-25-60
2- 1-60
2- 8-60
2-15-60
2-22-60
2-29-60
3- 7-60
3-14-60
3-21-60
3-28-60
4- 4-60
4-11-60
4-18-60
4-25-60
5- 2-60
5- 9-60
5-16-60
5-23-60
5-30-60
6- 6-60
6-13-60
6-20-60
7-12-60
7-18-60
7-25-60
8- 1-60
8- 8-60
8-15-60
8-22-60
8-30-60
9- 6-60
9-12-60
9-19-60
9-26-60
10- 3-60
10-10-60
10-17-60
10-24-60
10-31-60
11- 7-60
11-14-60
11-21-60
11-28-60
12- 6-60
12-13-60
12-20-60
12-27-60
1- 3-61
1-10-61
1-16-61
1-23-61
1-30-61


7.03
7.51
7.73
6.95
6.26
6.23
6.16
6.15
6.23
5.68
6.22
7.60
7.11
7.27
6.75
7.31
.32
.16
7.52
8.16
6.71
6.95
7.30
8.02
7.72
6.13
6.56
7.42
6.58
8.56
7.22
8.24
9.87
8.92
9.22
9.95
9.70
9.24
10.30
9.78
9.42
9.08
9.96
9.78
10.95
9.35
9.07
6.36
7.45
8.93
8.56
10.64
9.08
7.40
8.65
7.47
9.05
8.51
8.24
8.17
8.18
7.40
8.18
8.41
8.48
9.64
8.34












INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 50


Well Water Water Water Water
Number Date level Date level Date level Date level


023-716-2
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026-713-5


2- 7-61
2-13-61
2-20-61
2-27-61
3- 6-61
3-13-61
3-20-61
3-27-61
4- 3-61
4-10-61
4-17-61
4-24-61
5- 1-61
5- 8-61
5-15-61
5-29-61
6-19-61
6-26-61
7- 3-61
7-10-61

7-27-59
8-15-59
8-20-59
8-25-59
8-31-59
9- 5-59
9-10-59
9-15-59
9-20-59
9-25-59
9-30-59
10- 5-59
10-10-59
10-20-59
10-25-59
10-31-59
11- 5-59
11-10-59
11-15-59
11-20-59
11-25-59
11-30-59
12- 5-59
12-10-59
12-20-59
12-25-59
12-31-59
1- 5-60
1-10-60
1-15-60
1-20-60
1-25-60
1-31-60
2- 5-60
2-10-60
2-15-60
2-20-60
2-25-60
2-29-60
3- 5-60
3-10-60
3-15-60
4- 5-60
4-10-60
4-15-60
4-20-60
4-25-60
4-30-60


8.41
9.32
9.41
7.87
7.56
8.97
7.28
8.82
7.45
7.33
7.67
9.55
7.89
9.09
9.02
8.88
9.13
8.29
9.56
8.16

h 62.00
61.94
61.87
62.36
62.27
62.25
62.56
61.68
61.74
61.68
61.26
61.25
60.92
60.44
60.35
59.67
59.63
59.54
59.25
59.18
59.24
58.90
58.82
58.85
e 59.0
e 58.8
e 58.9
e 59.1
e 59.2
e 59.3
59.18
59.40
59.43
59.25
59.31
59.35
59.74
59.50
59.68
59.59
59.45
59.50
59.13
59.04
59.26
58.79
58.92
58.63


7-17-61
7-24-61
7-31-61
8- 8-61
8-14-61
8-21-61
8-28-61
9- 5-61
9-11-61
9-18-61
9-25-61
10- 2-61
10- 9-61
10-16-61
10-23-61
10-30-61
11- 6-61
11-13-61
11-20-61
11-27-61

5- 5-60
5-10-60
5-15-60
5-20-60
5-25-60
5-31-60
6- 5-60
6-10-60
6-15-60
6-20-60
6-25-60
6-30-60
8- 5-60
8-10-60
8-15-60
8-20-60
8-25-60
8-31-60
9- 5-60
9-10-60
9-15-60
9-20-60
9-25-60
9-30-60
10- 5-60
10-10-60
10-15-60
10-20-60
10-25-60
10-31-60
11- 5-60
11-10-60
11-15-60
11-20-60
11-25-60
11-30-60
12- 5-60
12-10-60
12-15-60
12-20-60
12-25-60
12-31-60
1- 5-61
1-10-61
1-15-61
1-25-61
1-31-61
2- 5-61


8.77
8.72
10.37
8.88
8.30
8.79
8.88
7.66
7.74
8.74
7.78
7.83
8.49
8.08
9.36
9.67
7.84
9.95
7.56
7.91

58.38
58.16
58.55
58.90
58.65
58.85
58.67
59.00
59.21
58.91
59.45
59.75
59.35
59.60
59.35
59.80
59.54
59.75
59.75
59.45
59.58
59.32
59.01
58.65
58.85
58.32
58.51
58.26
58.52
58.24
58.38
58.22
58.52
58.39
58.38
58.37
e 58.9
58.47
58.55'
58.77
58.82
58.80
59.03
59.03
59.10
59.34
59.45
59.62


12- 4-61
12-11-61
12-18-61
12-26-61
1- 2-62
1- 8-62
1-15-62
1-22-62
1-29-62
2- 5-62
2-12-62
-2-19-62
2-26-62
3- 5-62
3-12-62
3-19-62
3-26-62
4- 2-62
4- 9-62
4-16-62

2-25-61
2-28-61
3- 5-61
3-10-61
3-15-61
3-20-61
3-25-61
3-31-61
4- 5-61
4-10-61
4-15-61
4-20-61
4-25-61
4-30-61
5- 5-61
5-10-61
5-15-61
5-20-61
5-25-61
5-31-61
6- 5-61
6-10-61
6-15-61
6-20-61
6-25-61
6-30-61
7- 5-61
7-10-61
7-15-61
8- 5-61
8-10-61
8-15-61
8-20-61
8-25-61
8-31-61
9- 5-61
9-10-61
9-15-61
9-20-61
9-25-61
9-30-61
10-10-61
10-15-61
10-20-61
10-25-61
10-31-61
11- 5-61
11-10-61


11.28
10.05
10.95
10.55
10.64
11.47
10.55
10.00
10.18
11.51
9.30
11.16
10.33
8.68
9.42
8.81
9.84
10.46
11.53


8.89
8.88
7.85
8.17
7.29
7.94
9.39
8.95
8.72
7.98
7.83
7.31
7.40
7.05
9.35
9.99
9.05
7.60
8.62
10.10

59.70
59.85
59.64
59.71
59.70
59.49
59.37
59.01
59.50
59.15
58.90
59.39
59.27
59.07
59.33
58.15
59.33
59.65
59.36
59.60
59.80
59.61
59.56
59.30
59.10
59.32
59.12
59.05
59.12
59.37
59.21
59.07
59.17
58.97
59.06
58.82
58.54
58.67
58.40
58.82
58.61
58.22
58.28
58.52
58.66
58.70
e 58.6
58.51


4-23-62
4-30-62
5- 7-62
6-11-62
6-25-62
7- 2-62
7- 9-62
8- 6-62
8-13-62
8-20-62
8-27-62
9- 4-62
9-10-62
9-17-62
9-24-62
10- 2-62
10-22-62
11-19-62
12-17-62


11-15-61
11-20-61
11-25-61
11-30-61
12- 5-61
12-15-61
12-20-61
12-25-61
12-31-61
1- 5-62
1-10-62
1-25-62
1-31-62
2- 5-62
2-10-62
2-15-62
2-20-62
2-25-62
2-28-62
3- 5-62
3-10-62
3-15-62
3-20-62
3-25-62
3-31-62
4- 5-62
4-10-62
4-15-62
4-20-62
4-25-62
4-30-62
5- 5-62
5-10-62
5-15-62
5-20-62
5-25-62
5-31-62
6- 5-62
6-10-62
6-15-62
6-20-62
6-25-62
6-30-62
7- 5-62
7-10-62
7-15-62
7-20-62
7-25-62


58.41
58.50
58.44
58.81
58.71
e 58.6
58.82
58.74
58.56
58.56
58.56
58.27
58.02
57.73
58.18
58.21
58.27
58.19
58.37
58.37
58.32
58.34
58.60
58.40
58.57
58.63
59.00
59.03
59.32
e 59.5
58.94
59.57
59.90
59.70
60.00
60.35
60.30
60.51
59.85
59.96
60.23
59.83
60.14
60.25
60.47
60.30
60.49
60.56