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Title: Water resource records of the Econfina Creek basin area, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 57 )
Series Title: ( FGS: Information circular 57 )
Physical Description: ii, 127 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Musgrove, Rufus H
Foster, J. B ( James B )
Toler, L. G
Geological Survey (U.S.)
Florida -- Division of Geology
Publisher: <Florida Division of Geology>
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Groundwater -- Florida -- Econfina Creek Watershed   ( lcsh )
Water-supply -- Florida -- Econfina Creek Watershed   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster and L. G. Toler.
General Note: "Prepared by United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation."
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION




DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
Robert O. Vernon, Director




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57






WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE
ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA



By
R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler
U. S. Geological Survey


Prepared by
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
FLORIDA BOARD OF CONSERVATION


Tallahassee
1968






















































Completed manuscript received
July 15, 1968
Printed by the
Florida Board of Conservation
Division of Geology
Tallahassee


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CONTENTS
Page
Introduction ....................................... ................... 1
Well-numbering systems ................................................ 1
Surface-water stations ........................... ... ............... 3
Hydrologic data ......................................................... 4


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


Figure Page
1 Location of the Econfina Creek basin area and explanation of 9-digit well-numbering
system ......................................................... 2
2 Diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system .................... 3
3 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of surface-water data collection sites ... 4
4 Deer Point lake showing locations of sampling sites ........................... 5
5 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of ground-water data collection sites ... 6
6 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells inventoried ................ 7
7 Locations of wells for insert A on figure 6 ................................. 8
8 Locations of wells for insert B on figure 6 ................................ 9
9 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells with geologic control .........10


LIST OF TABLES


Table Page
1 Locations of surface water data collection sites ..............................11
2 Streamflow data .................................................... 15
3 Monthly average lake stages ............................................20
4 Chemical analyses and temperature of surface water ..........................21
5 Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water ...................29
6 Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake ...............................47
7 Records of rainfall in the Econfina Creek basin area ..........................48
8 Records of wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ...........................51
9 Measurements of ground-water levels in the Econfina Creek basin area
A. Periodic measurements .............................................74
B. Five-day maximums form recorder charts ...............................80
10 Pumping test data in the Econfina creek basin area ...........................83
11 Lithologic logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ................91
12 Records of ground-water pumpage in the Econfina Creek basin area ............. 114
13 Chemical analyses and temperature of ground-water .........................119
14 Periodic chloride anaylyses and temperature of water from wells ................126








WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE
ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA

By
R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler

INTRODUCTION
The Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern Florida, which includes Bay
County, southeastern Washington County, and parts of Calhoun, Gulf, and
Jackson counties is shown in figure 1. The basin has an abundant supply of
ground water and surface water of good quality. This determination is based on
a three-year investigation of the water resources of the basin by the U. S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of
Conservation, during the period from October 1961 through June 1964. The
purpose of this report is to assemble the basic data collected during this
investigation for those persons interested in water development or management
in this basin.
The interpretative results of the investigation have been reported in
publications listed below:
(1) "Freshening of Deer Point Lake, Bay County, Florida," by L. G. Toler,
R. H. Musgrove, and J. B. Foster, Journal American Water Works
Association, Volume 56, 1964.
(2) "Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in the Econfina Creek basin
area, Florida, 1962," by L. G. Toler, Division of Geology, Florida
Board of Conservation, Map Series No. 10, May, 1965.
(3) "Use of specific conductance to distinguish two base-flow components
in Econfina. Creek, Florida," by L. G. Toler, U.S. Geological Survey
Professional Paper 525-C, 1965.
(4) "Water resources of the Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern
Florida, by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler, Division of
Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, Report of Investigations No.
41,1965.
Geologic and hydrologic information are presented in this report in the form
of tables which group the data according to type. Maps of the basin and specific
areas within the basin are used in conjunction with the tables to locate the data
collection stations within the basin. The stratigraphic nomenclature in this
report conforms to the usage of the Florida Geological Survey and not
necessarily to that of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Well-Numbering Systems
Two well-numbering systems are used in the report. Both systems are based
on latitude-longitude coordinates. The nine-digit number is explained and
illustrated on figure 1. This numbering method was in use in the Florida District





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prior to the establishment of an international well numbering system for data
storage and retrieval by the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological
Smrey.


Figure 1. Locations of the Econfina Creek basin area and explanation
of 9-digit well-numbering system.
The 16-character well number is explained here so that the quality of
ground-water tables which were handled by data processing using the
16-character number can be cross referenced to the table of well records and to
the map showing the locations of wells inventoried as seen on pages 51 and 119,
respectively. The well number is a composite of two numbers separated by the
letter N. The first part consists of six digits; two digits of degrees, the two digits
of the minutes, and the two digits of the seconds of latitude. The N refers to
"north" latitude. The second part consists of seven digits; the three digits of the
degrees, the two digits of the minutes, and the two digits of the seconds of
longitude. The wells are numbered consecutively within a one-second grid, so
that if more than one well is located within a one-second grid, the wells can be
identified. This sequential number follows the seconds of longitude and is set off
by a decimal. Therefore, the well number defines the latitude and the longitude





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 3
on the south and east sides respectively of a one-second quadrangle in which the
well is located.
Figure 2 is a diagram illustrating the well-numbering system. For example, the
designation 275134N0815220.1 indicates that this is the first well inventoried in
the one-second grid bounded by latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude
081052'20" on the east.


Figure 2. Diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system.
Surface-water Stations
All surface water data collection sites are listed in table 1 in alphabetical order
and given a sequential number. These sequential numbers locate the sites on the
map in figure 3 and identify the station in the tables.of data.


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TaAlahassee, Florida.
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FigHur 3. Econfrna Creek basin area showing locations of surface water data collection sites.
The number in parentheses following the station name, for some stations, is
the U. S. Geological Survey identification number for the station. More detailed
tabulations of streamflow and stage are available for most of these stations in the
annual data reports of the U. S. Geological Srey. Information about these
reports may be obtained from the U. S. Geological Survey District Office,
TallaFassee, Florida.





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 5
HYDROLOGIC DATA
Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1 through 6. In addition
to the table of surface-water location descriptions which are shown on the map
of the basin in figure 3, there are tables of selected streamflow data, monthly
average lake stages, chemical analyses and temperatures of surface water, daily
specific conductances and temperatures of surface water, and chloride content
of water in Deer Point Lake. The location of Deer Point Lake sampling points is
shown on figure 4.
Rainfall records collected for this study are in table 7. The location of rain
gages is shown on figure 5.


Figure 4. Deer point lake showing locations of sampling sites.





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Fig re 5. Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of ground-water data collection sites.
Table 8 gives a record of wells inventoried in and adjacent to the Econfina
Creek basin area whose locations are shown on figures 6, 7, and 8. Other
ground-water data includes tables 9 and 10 which include records of water levels
and pumping test data, whose locations are shown on figure 5. Lithologic logs of
wells are presented in table 11, with the locations 6f these wells shown on figure







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9.-Tables 12, 13, and 14 give data on ground-water pumpage, chemical analysis

and temperature, and periodic chloride analysis and temperatures, respectively.

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EXPLANATION

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Figure 9. Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells with geologic control











Table 1.--Location of surface-water data-collection sites.
(Note" Numbers preceding station. names are location numbers in fig. 2,
numbers following are station numbers)


Station Name

STREAMFLOW:


Drainage Area
(sq mi)


Location


1. Bayou George Creek near Bayou George




2. Bear Creek near Youngstown
(023595.50)


3. Big Cedar Creek near Bennett
(023596.50


4. Big Crooked Creek near West Bay



5. Black Slough near Greenhead




6. Blue Springs near Fountain





7. Burnt Mill Creek near Southport



8. Burnt Mill Creek near Vicksburg



9. Callaway Bayou near Callaway


10. Callaway Bayou near Panama City



11. Cooks Bayou near Callaway



12. Cushion Creek near Callaway



13. Econfina Creek near Bennett
(023595.00)

14. Econfina Creek near Betts


in 1t sec. 8, T. 3 S., R. 12 W.,
at bridge on forest road 104, 0.7 mile
above Island Branch and 4.5 miles east
of Bayou George.

67.2 in NEt sec. 17, T. 2 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on U. S. Highway 231, 0.1 mile
downstream from South Fork Bear Creek
and 3.2 miles south of Youngstown.

95.0 in SWj sec. 26, T. 1 S., R. 14 W., at
bridge on State Highway 388, 5.6 miles
vest of Bennett.

in NEt sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W.,
0.1 mile above Pigeon Creek and
35 miles northeast of West Bay.

in SE sec. 5, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., at
bridge on county road, 1 mile upstream
from Still Pond and 6.1 miles east of
Greenhead.

on line between sees. 27 and 34, T. 1 NS
R. 13 W., on east bank of Econfine Creek
2 miles above Washington-Bay County
line and 6.9 miles southwest of
Fountain. Measurement made at mouth
of spring and includes all spring flow.

in NE sec. 3, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at
former bridge site, 6 miles above mouth
and 62 miles northwest of Southport.

in NEg sec. 4, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at
end of woods trail on west bank, 5 miles.
above mouth and 5 miles northwest of
Vicksburg.

in SWA, NW, sec. 9, T. 4 S., R. 13 W.,
at bridge on State Highway 22, 2 miles
northeast of Callaway.

in SEi sec. 32, T. 3 S., R. 13 W., at
ford on woods trail, 4 miles above
mouth and 6 miles east of Panama City.

in SW4 sec. 8, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on State Highway 22, 6 miles
east of Callaway.

in E4 sec. 12, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on State Highway 22, 5 miles
east of Callaway.

122 in sec. 20, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at
bridge on State Highway 358 and 1.6
miles southwest of Bennett.

in NEH sec. 21, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., at
culvert under U. S. Highway 231, 2
miles north of Betts.


Station
Number






Table l.--ConE'd


15. Bcatinn a Creek above Blu Springs,
near mountain


16. emina Creek near CCiaias Lake
(00595.50)


17. Sooaflna Creek near Fountain
(0o59k.50)


1. Econfina Creek above Gainer
Springs, near Bennett



19- aconina Creek below Gainer
Springs, near Bennett



20. kconfina Creek below Tenmile
Creek near Fountain


21. Sconfina Creek above Wlliford
Springs near Bennett

22. Flow over Dear Point Dam from
Deer Point Lake near Panama City


23 Gainer Springs near Bennett








24. Gin Pond Outle. near Greenhead



25. Godvin Branch near Greenhead



26. Hammnnd Pod Steephead near Fountain




27. Juniper Creek near Youngstown



28. Little Bear Creek at TIungstown
(023596.00)


29. Mil Bayou near Lynn Haven


on line between sees. 27 and 34, T. 1 N,
R. 13 W., Just above Blue Springs and
6.9 miles southwest of Fountain.

40.5 on line between sees. 21 and 22, T. 2 N,
R. 12 W., at bridge on county road and
3.5 miles southwest of Compass Lake.

70.2 in SEt sec. 15, T. 1 N., R. 15 W., at
bridge on county road and 6.3 miles
vest of Fountain.

in SWt sec. I, T. 1 S., R. 15 W., just
above Gainer Springs, 1.1 miles belov
Washington-Bay County line and 2.6
miles north of Bennett.

in SWa sec. 4, T. 1 S., R. 15 W., just
belov Gainer Springs, 1.1 miles below.
Washington-Bay County line and 2.5
miles north of Bennett.

67.3 in Sz see. 2, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
0.5 mile below Tenmile Creek and
4.2 miles northwest of Fountain.

in SWk sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 1 W.,
50 yards above Williford Springs.

435 in SWt sec. 36, T. 2 S R. 14 W., on
State Highway 77-A and miles
northeast of Panama City.

in SWJ see. 4, T. 1 S., R. 13 W.,
1.1 miles belov Washington-Bay County
line and 2.6 miles north of Bennett.
There are three big springs in this
group, two on vest bank of Econfina
Creek about 300 ft. apart and one
directly across creek on east bank.
The east spring and vest upstream
spring have been measured.

in S9 sec. 20, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at
bridge on county road, 0.7 mile below
Gin Pond and 7.6'miles northeast of
Greenhead.

in NW see. 28, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at
culvert under county road, 0.6 mile
above Gap Pond and 7.4 miles northeast
of Greenhead.

in Et sec. 7, T. 1 N., R. 12 W., at
upper end of small stream, 1 mile
upstream from Hamond Pond and 4 miles
northwest of Fountain.

in SW asec. 36, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at
bridge site on voods road, 2.5 miles
above mouth and 3.8 miles vest of
Youngstown.

27.4 in SEk sec. 28, T. 1 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on State Highway 388, 0.4 mile
vest of Youngstown.

in S3 see. 15, T. 3 S., R. 14 W., at
bridge on U. S. Highway 231, 2-3/
miles above mouth and 3j miles south-
east of Lynn Haven.











Table l.--Cont'd

30. Moccasin Creek near Econfina



31. Pigeon Creek near West Bay



32. Sand Mountain Branch near Greenhead



33. Sandy Creek near Panama City
(023593.00)


35. Swindle Swamp Outlet to Porter
Lake near Greenhead


35. Unnamed Spring near Fountain



36. Wetappo Creek near Wevahitchka




37. White Oak Creek near Greenhead
(023596.10)


58. Williford Spring near Bennett


in NWa sec. 15, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at
bridge on county road j mile south of
Econfina and 1 mile north of State
Highway 388

in NEi see. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W., at
bridge on woods road, 0.1 mile above
Big Crooked Creek and 31 miles
northeast of West Bay.

in NEt sec. 3, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
0.3 mile above Porter Lake and
8.3 miles east of Greenhead

25 in NEa sec. 14, T. 4 S., R. 12 W.,
at bridge on State Highway 22 and
16 miles east of Panama City.

in NEt sec. 4, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
0.2 mile above Porter Lake and
7.2 miles east of Greenhead.

in NW*, SWI, NE, sec. 22, T. 1 N.,
R. 13 W., 0.4 mile south of Walsingham
Bridge and 6.4 miles west of Fountain.

45 in NWJ sec. 13, T. 5 S., R. 11 W., at
bridge on county ioad, 0.5 mile below
Little Creek and 8 miles southwest of
Wowahitchka.

8.46 in NEe sec. 28, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at
abandoned bridge, 1.0 mile above Gap
Pond.Outlet and 7.6 miles northeast
of Greenhead.

in SWk sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
on west bank of Econfina Creek, 0.1
mile north of Washington-Bay County
line and 3.4 miles north of Bennett.






fthle .--Cont'd

STAGE:

3Q. Clarks Hole (Ramlin Pond)
near Greenhead



40. Coass Lake at Ccpass Lake


1~. Cap Pond near Greenhead
(023596.14)

42. Gully Pond near Creenhead
(J23596.45 }


5. fframock Lake near Greenhead
(023596.-O)


44. Mrtail Lake near Greenhead
(023596.70)


45. North Bay at Lynn Haven
(023593.20)


46. Porter Lake near .eenhead
(023596.16)


47. Still Pond near Greenhead
(023596.25)

48. Wages Pond near Greenhead
(023596.lso)


in SWi sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on
south shore of pond, 0.5 mile south
of Deadening Cemetery and 3.7 miles
east of Oreenhead.

in SEO sec. 1, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., on
southwest shore of lake at Compass Lake.

in Niw sec. 29, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., on
north shore of pond, at public ramp
and northeast of Oreonhead.

in NW asec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on
southeast shore of pond and 2.8 miles
east of Oreenhead.

in SWI see. 19, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., on
vest shore of lake and 4 .9 miles
southeast of Greenhead.

in SW! sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 14 W.,
on south shore of lake and 8.1 miles
south of Greenhead.

in sec. 4, T. 3 S., R. 14 W., on
south end of bridge on State Highway
77, at Lynn Haven.

in SWi sec. 9, T. 1 N., R. 1I W.,
on southwest shore of lake and
6.6 miles east of Greenhead.

in NEI sec. 18, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
on south shore of pond and 5.0
miles east of Greenhead.

in SW1 sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. ll4 .,
on east shore of pond, 0.2 mile
southwest of Deadening Cemetery
and 3.7 miles east of Greenhead.









Table 2.--Streamflov data


1. Streamflov measurements of Bayou George Creek near Bayou George


Date

Sept.12, 1962
May 9, 1963
Feb. 3, 1964


Flow
(cf)

69.8 (0.5 mi. downstream)
1.19
1A.7


2. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Bear Creek near Youngstown, in cfs

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

1962 66.8 62.1 63.8 157 41.4 43.0 87.9 59.9 156 96.7 83.9 108
1963 127 312 71.9 48.0 60.6 .170 272 198 174 -


3. Streamflow measurements of Big Cedar Creek near Bennett

low Flow
(cfI) Date (cfa) Date

7.64 Jan. 16 9.90 Sept.18
6.43 Mar. 11 8.00 Nov. 6
6.26 May 7 4.30 Dec. 17
3.50 June 26 9.14
18.2 Aug. 114 598 1964
9.15 Feb. 4
5.89


Year

85.5


Flow
(cfs)

9.02
11.5
17.1


13.7


4. Streenflow measurements of Big Crooked Creek near West Bay, in cfs


Date

Mar. 6, 1962
May 7, 1963
Feb. 4, 1964


Flow
(cfa)

8.96
4.70
12.1


5. Streamflow measurement of Black Slough near Greenhead


Flow


5.48
1.50
7.79
6.22
0
.76
.16


Jan. 17
Mar. 14
May 27
June 27
Aug. 15


Flow


6.05
7.00
.40
2.97
23.5


Date

Sept.
Nov.
Dec.

1964
Feb.


Flow
(crf)

0.99
.65
11.3


15.9


6. Stroamflow measurements

Flow
Date (cfa)

Apr. 10, 1962 12.3
Sept.11, 1962 10.8
Jan. 29, 1963 12.7


of Blue Springs near Fountain

Flow
Date (cfs)

May 28, 1963 11.1
Aug. 28, 1963 12.6


Date

Mar. 9
Apr. 26
June 20
Aug. 15
Sept.13
Oct. 2
Nov. 28


Date

Mar. 7
Apr. 26
June 21
July 18
Aug. 16
Oct. 2
Nov. 29






Table 2.--Cont'd

7. Streamflov measurements of Burnt Mill Creek near Southport

Flow
Date (cfr)


Mar. 6, 1962
Sept.12, 1962
May 7, 1963
Feb. 4, 1961


42.2
17.7
9.64
37.0


10. Streamflow measurements o Callavay. Bayou near Panama City

Flow
Date (cfe)


Mar. 9, 1962
Sept.10, 1962
May 9, 1963
Feb. 3, 1961


2.66
9.95
.93
8.79


13. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Econfina Creek near Bennett, in cfe

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


1935
1936 682
1937 482
1938 469
1939 388
19r0 480
1941 480
1942 554
1943 503
1914 447
1945 568
1916 602
1947 612
1948 705
1919 610
1950 488
1.951 486
1952 1427
1953 424
1954 593
1955 02
1956 350
1957 358
1958 586
1059 514
1960 622
1961 509
1962 129
19635 92


182 476
530 650
436 k29
396 h00
580 576
553 482
675 544
543 169
566 593
481 464
656 563
632 734
92 1176
693 747
576 589
582 480
500 484
186 538
545 510
374 401
358 332
379 395
652 795
661 656
605 773
522 538
h50 551
432 388


15. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek above Blue Springs, near Fountain


Flow
Date (cfs)

Apr. 10, 1962 198
Sept.11, 1962 111
Jan. 29, 1963 163


Date


Flow
(cfe)


May 28, 1965 88.8
Aug. 28, 1963 151











Table 2.--Cont'd

16. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Econfina Creek near Compass Lake, in cfs


Jan. Feb.

1962 46.7 57.6
1963 88.5 65.9


July Aug.

37.8 39.2
83.2 70.5


17. Streamflow measurements of Econfina

Flow Flow
(cfs) Date (cfs)
192
148 Sept.11 96.1
317 Oct. 31 86.5
Dec. 18 91.7


122
108
175
86.9
101


1963
Jan. 29
Apr. 9
May 28
July 16


149
126
79.6
126


Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year

43.0 47.6 ho.6 43.6 47.7
64.o -


Creek near Fountain


Date

Aug. 26
Oct. 8
Nov. 20

1964
Jan. 10
Jan. 16
Feb. 4


Flow
(cfs)

144
154
110


805
255
194


18. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek above Gainer Springs, near Bennett


Date

Apr. 11, 1962
Sept.11, 1962
Jan. 30, 1963


Flow
(cfs)

318
206
293


Flow
Date (cfs)

mav 29, 1965 189
Aug. 27, 1963 272


11. Streanflow measurements of Econfina Creek below Gainer Springs, near Bennett

Flow Flow
Date (cfs) tM (cfs)

Apr. 11, 1962 468 May 29, 1963 356
Sept.11, 1962 372 Aug. 27, 1963 b19
Jan. 30, 1963 451


20. Streamiflow measurements of Econfina Creek below renmile Creek, near Fountain


Date

Jan. 29, 1963
May 27, 1963
Aug. 28, 1963


Flow
(cfs)

1P1
55.7
101


22. Flow over Deer Point Dam from Deer Point Lake near Panama City

Flow
Date (cfs)

Jan. 31, 1963 956


23. Streamflow measurements of Gainer Springs near Bennett

(Spring on east bank of Econfina Creek)


Flow
Date (cfs)

May 29, 1963 17.8
Aug. 27, 1963 19.4


Date
1959
May 16
June 1

1962
Mar. 11
Mar. 27
Apr. 10
I-yA 22
July 19


Date

Nov. 14,
Sept.11,
Jan. 30,


Flow
(efa)

20.2
20.7
20.9





Table 2.-Cont'd

23. Streanfow masurwments of Gainer Springs near Bennett (Cont'd)

(Upstream spring on vest bank of Econfina Creek)


nlow
Date (Cos)

Nov. 14, 1941 44.5
sept.11, 1962 39.1
Jan. 30, 1963 40.2


24. Streamflow measurements

Flow
Data (efa)

Mar. 7, 1962 1.35
July 18, 1962 .50


25. Streamrlov measurements

Flow
Date (cfs)

Mar. 7, 1962 0.33
July 18, 1962 .25


27. Streamflow measurements

Flow
Date (Wf)

Mar. 8, 1962 4.28
Sept.12, 1962 12.0


28. Streamflow measurements of

Flow
(ofa) Date

27.2 Feb. 11
25.8 Apr. 8
23.3 May 8
22.8 June 10
33.3 July 15
27.6 Aug. 26
31.2


Date


Plow
(efa)


May 29, 1963 36.2
Aug. 27, 1963 40.6


of Gin Pond Outlet near Greenhead

Flow
Date (cfa)

May 30, 1963 0.12
Feb. 5, 1961 3.76


of Godwin Branch near Greenhead

Flow
Date (cfa)

May 30, 1963 0.24
Feb. 5, 1961 1.07


of Juniper Creek near Youngstown

Flow
Data (efa)

May 8, 1963 1.49
Feb. 4,1964 6.22


Little Bear Creek at Youngstown

Flow Flow
(cOa) Date (cfa)

37.6 Oct. 7 60.5
47.6 Nov. 21 35.5
103
33.4 1961
58.5 Jan. 10 325
50.7 Feb. 4 61.6


31. Streamflow measurements of Pigeon Creek near West Bay

Flow
Date (cfs)

Mar. 6, 1962 4.46
May 7, 1963 1.18
Feb. 4, 1961 4.73


32. Streamflow measurements of Sand Mountain Branch near Greenhead

Flow Flow
Date (cf.) Date (cfs)
Mar. 8, 1962 0.46 May 27, 1963 0.005
July 18, 1962 .38 Feb. 5, 1964 2.62


oant

:4ar- 9
Mar. 2b
'lay 21
JrAly 16
Sept.10
Oct. 30
Dec. 17










Table 2.--Cont'd


33. Streamflow measurements of Sandy Creek near Panama City


Date

Jan. 28
Mar. 11
May 6
June 24
Aug. 12
Sept.16


Flow
(f a)

37.6
23.5
7.05
86.5
29.9
20.4


Flow
Date (cf-)

Nov. 4 9.86
Dec. 16 90.3


1964
Feb. 3
Feb. 28


22.8
838


34. Streamflow measurements of Swindle Swamp Outlet to Porter Take near Greenhead

Flow
Date (efs)

!sr. 8, 1962 3.79
July 18, 1962 1.90
May 30, 1963 1.18


36. Streamflow measurements uo Wetappo Creek near Wewahitchka


Date

Oct. 5
Nov. 26

1963
Jan. 28
:.ar. 11
:1ny 8
June 2h


Flow
(cfs)

1883
115.3


164
83.8
6.52
187


Date
I563
Aug. 12
Sept.16
Nov. 4
Dec. 16

1964
Feb. 3


Flow
(cfs)

68.2
40.2
11 .6
525


75.5


37. 3trcn::aILow '.:eatI:rements of White Oak Creek near Creenhead


Flow
(cfs) Date

l'.91 Aug. 15
Sept.19
Nov. 7
9.04 Dec. 19


44.9
7.15
7.50


1964
Feb. 5


38. Streamflow measurements of Williford Spring near Bennett


Flow
Date (cfs)

Sept.11, 1962 31.1
Jan. 31, 1963 32.3


Flow
Date (cfs)

May 29, 1963 31.9
Aug. 27, 1963 31.2


Date

mar. 16
Apr. 23
June 18
Aug. 15
Oct. 5
Nov. 26


Flow


23.6
11.0
14.1
19.9
37.6
19.2


Date
IM3
Nov. 11

1962
Mar. 16
Apr. 25
June 18
Aug. 13


Flow
(c.f)

9.52


417.2
24.3
15.8
i4.3 .


Date
1952
Mar. 7
Apr. a6
June 21
July 18
Aug. 16
Oct. 2


Flow


8.10
6.13
a.p
5.22
2.52
53.4


Date

Nov. 29

1963
Jan. 17
Mar. l4
May 30
June 27


Flow
(cfs)

9 4.7
6.57
8.22
14.4


21.1





Table .--Moathly average lake stages in feet above mean sea level,
taken fro raph of about weekly gage readings

Jan. Fb. Mhr. Apr. M-y June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
39. Clarks Hole near Greenhead (same as Hamlin Pond above elevation 55 ft.)

1962 56.8 57.2 57.3 56.3 54.8 55.0 54.3 52.5 50.7 49.3 48.3
1961 47.6 48.2 47.8 46.8 47.0 46.2 47.0 57.0 57.5 57.6 56.3 57.1

41. Gap Pond near Greenhead

1962 92.2 92.4 92.8 92.4 92.1 92.0 91.7 91.5 91.1 90.7 90.5
1963 90.5 90.9 91.3 91.2 90.8 90.6 90.7 91.6 91.8 91.9 91.5 91.9

42. Gully Pond near Greenhead

1961 51.8 51.6 51.2 51.0 50.3 49.9 19.9 50.3 50.7 50.3 49.8 49.7
1962 49.5 48.7 8.4 48.0 47.2 46.8 46.7 46.5 16.2 45.8 45.5 45.4
1962 45.4 45.4 45.5 44.9 44.4 44.2 45.2 46.2 46.6 46.6 16.6 46.9

43. Hammock Lake near Greenhead

19b2 49.6 49.4 49.2 48.3 48.0 48.2 48.1 47.8 47.3 47.1 46.9
1963 46.6 46.6 46.5 45.8 45.4 45.1 45.8 47.0 47.1 47.2 46.1 47.2

44. Merial Lake near Greenhead

1962 50.0 49.5 19.2 48.6 48.1 47.8 47.3 46.8 -

45. *North Bay at Lynn Haven
I62(.in.)- -1.39 -1.67 -1.o8 -o.90 -o.82 -o.93 -0.46 -0.22 -0.51 -1.49 -1.93
19 2(iax.)- 1.57 2.56 1.85 1.51 1.88 1.70 1.84 1.78 1.95 1.94 1.50
1963(ain.)-2.30 -2.05 -1.98 -1.17 -1.10 .93 .80 .80 .45 .45 -1.68 -2.35
1963(Max.) 2.12 1.97 1.56 1.90 1.73 2.18 2.26 1.67 2.50 1.70 2.87 1.76
*Elevations are monthly maximum and minimum tide ranges

46. Porter Lake near Greenhead

1961 68.5 68.3 67.9 67.9 67.5 66.7 66.3 66.2 66.0 64.9 63.8 62.9
1962 62.6 62.3 62.2 62.4 61.6 60.8 60.5 59.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 57.2
1963 57.1 57.8 58.1 57.7 56.8 55.9 56.5 60.2 60.8 61.5 60.7 61.1

47. Still Pond near Greenhead

1962 58.1 58.1 58.2 57.6 57.6 58.0 57.7 57.2 57.0 56.7 56.3
1963 57.- 58.3 57.9 57.7 57.2 56.8 58.0 58.5 58.3 58.3 57.9 58.3

48. Wages Pond near Greenhead

1962 58.6 58.1 58.2 57.5 56.9 56.5 56.1 55.3 54.6 54.3 54.1
1963 54.0 54.2 54.0 53.5 53.2 53.2 53.6 54.7 54.8 54.8 54.6 54.9





Table 4. Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters
(Note: Numbers proceeding station names are location numbers in figure 2;
In dischare column; 8, estimated; I, instantaaeous, at time of sampling;
8, stage; D, average for the day; blank is average for the period.)
cal analyses, in part per million, except specific conductance. n, and color
S I I I I I I Dissolved solids 1 Hardness


(1) BAYOU 0800m CBREE NEAR BAYOU GEOBGE, FIA.


Nov. 13, 1961.
Ma. 9, 1962..
Sept. 12...... I 69.8


5.2 0.00 80 179 1440
6.1 7.4 .6 2.6
.- -


61 94 360
.0 20 2.0
0


2480 0.2 0.7 4652
5.0 .1 34
3.0 -


4620 936 858 8100 7.4 7 72
50 21 4 51 6.7 90" 86
4 4 26 4.5 160 76


(2) BEAR CRBEE NEAR YTOONGS30, F A.


Nov. 13, 1961.
Feb. 5, 1962.. I
May 22........ I
July 19....... I
Sept. 10...... I
Oct. 30....... I
Dec. 17....... D
May 13, 1963.. D


Nov. 15, 1961.
Feb. 6 1962..
Apr. ........
June 20....... I
Aug. 15..... ..
Nov. 28. I... I
Jan. 16, 1963. I
May 13........ I


Feb. 7, 1962..
Mar. 6....... I
May 14, 1963..


Mar. 7, 1962.. I
Sept. 12...... I


4.6
57 5.1
40 4.6
97 4.9
96 -
46 4.7
65 4.8
62 1.7


7.2 7 68
6.5 30 62
6.8 12 71
8.8 70 77
5.9 90 77
6.9 15 63
6.3 40 56
6.8 40 75


(3) BIG CEDAR CREEK NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
S.2 0.03 3.6 0.2 1.7 0.4 13 1.6 2.2 0.0 0.2 22 26 10 0 29 6.8 40 73
4.1 .04 4.4 .1 1.6 .2 12 .4 3.2 .1 .0 20 31 12 2 32 6.6 45 57
6.4 8.9 4.0 .1 1.6 .0 12 .0 3.0 .0 24 25 10 0 28 6.8 30 -
6.3 4.1 .05 3.0 .1 1.2 .1 8 .8 3.5 .0 .0 17 32 8 2 39 6.4 55 77
3.5 12 2.0 10 0 34 6.7 15 82
8.9 4.0 14 2.0 25 12 1 32 6.7 25 60
9.9 4.9 .10 .8 .1 1.4 .1 2 .0 3.0 .1 0 12 12 2.5 1 19 5.0 40 -
3.0 2.3 .05 5.4 .1 1.7 .2 19 .0 .5 .1 2.1 22 8 14 0 35 7.2 30 72

(4) BIG CR00 ED CREEK NEAR WEST BAY, FLA.
4.8 0.07 2.0 0.6 2.8 0.1 7 0.8 4.0 0.1 0.0 19 28 8 2 27 6.5 40 51
9.0 4.2 2.0 .2 2.4 .1 6 .0 4.5 .1 .0 16 23 6 1 25 6.3 25 84
3.3 .06 3.4 .6 2.1 .4 13 .0 3.0 .0 .0 19 20 11 0 31 7.0 20 -

(5) BLACK SLOUGH NEAR GREENHEAD, FLA.


7.0 0.6 0.1 2.2 0.2 0 0.0 4.0 0.1 0.0
0 2.8


15 36 2 2 23 4.6 70 57
2 2 30 4.3 100










Table 4. Cbhtlcal suslyse sad toeprartueu of urflce waers-Coat@l*d
Cbhical asye" ul at parts per wlll$oa, except specf t conductlaa,, pM, sad color-Coalsaued
Disolved Alda Hadnu spaUm
Cel Po. a CaCu cooduct. Tea-
nof _M C Soiu t". Blea- aMess, __ m. n_- N1 W Cad CM tedus h I a" Col. P
S disable WCum stum N) slum boa S* ( cS O Q C Me It .i (mo- 1t PH or s9
ds at *C)

(6) UuI SP3IUo0 nFw uMA OU*rTAIX, hA.
Feb. 6, 19U 6.2 0.01 n2 1.0 1.6 0.3 74 0.6 3.0 0.1 0.0 72 78 83 3 132 7.4 0 TO
(6) IBLE SPRIIG Z. FLIDW NIE OUWTAIN, FA.
Feb. .6 l.3.. 4.3 1 3.7 1.4 0.0 65 2.0 1.5 0.1 0.0 62 60 s 9 7.5T 2 70
ept. i...... 1 10.8 70 1.5 67 8 0 110 7.7 2 73
(7) UUT MILL CUM RLM a00 3UWO, FIA.
Nov. 1, 1il6. 5.2 0.03 4.1 0.9 1.9 0.4 1S 0.4 2.2 0.1 0.3 23 25 1s 0 41 6.0 16 6
Feb. 7, 12.. 5.3. 6 4 2.6 .0 10 .4 4. .1 .0 22 31 10 2 31 7.1 50 66
ar. 6 ........ I 42.2 6.7 2. .6 2.8 .1 6 4..05.0 .1 .2 22 39 9 4 30 .0 90 5
ept. 12...... 1 17.7 14 3. 14 2 40 6.. 70 76
(8) WIlr lILL CsWC AE Tu CXIUhO FA.
Iay 13, 2.93.. 1.8 0.02 46 11u 936 22 34 199 1860 0.1 0.0 2390 3510 600 572 5240 6.8 30 79
(9) CUaurAY BAYOU UII CAUALAY, nA.
Nov. 13, 1961, 4.7 0.03 1.6 0.2 3.0 0.2 6 1.6 5.0 0.0 0.1 19 34 5 0 26 6.9 15 70
May 14, 1963.. .8 .01 296 971 8310 307 106 2010 14200 1.3 .0 26100 28000 4730 4640 34300 7.6 20
(10) CALIrAT BUT10o0 EA PAIAMA CITT, IA.
ar. 9, 1962.. I 2.7 6.0 1.0 0.4 3.6 0.1 1 1.6 6.0 0.1 0.0 19 36 4 3 35 4.7 35 86
Sept. 10 ......I 9.9 0 4.8 4 4 39 4.5 120 76
(11) COODA B1O N LU CALLraT, FIA.
Iov. 12, 161. 5.0 0.02 2.0 0.5 2.7 0.2 10 0.4 3.5 0.0 0.1 19 33 7 0 28 7.1 3 6
Sept. 14, 219e0 .- 3.0 2 2 24 4. 150 -
ay 14, 1963.. 4.1 .07 2.4 .5 2.5 .3 9 .0 4.0 .0 .0 1 14 8 0 27 6.7 20 74
(12) CUSRICO CUME MNE CAI A AY, FA.
aov. 13, 961. 6.6 0.01 1.8 0.5 2.5 0.2 8 0.4 3.5 0.0 0.0 18 21 6 0 24 0.8 4 72
Sept. 14, 1962 2 28 4 2 24 5.4







Table 4. Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Cheslcal analyses, in parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued

Dissolved solids Hardness Specific
DM.i Cal-l Mag- Po. as CaCO) conduct- Ten-
r s g e. sodium tas.- B Sulfat Chloride Fl- Cal- Resdue cl N ance Col- Per
of dshge () a slum (N) slum bone C) ride tratsle cu- at NO- (mlcro- p or tur
acoallecin (cts) (Ca) ( H)CO () ( NO) lated 1809C magmi- mhosa ro s
slum e at 25'C)

(13) ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BEllffEf, FLA.


Nov. 15, 1961. 430 5.5 0.00 15
Feb. 5, 1962.. I 422 5.0 .00 15
Apr. 12-20.... 483 5.0 .01 17
Apr. 21-25,
27-30........ 463 4.7 .00 16
May 1-8....... 426 4.9 .00 16
May 9-11,
13-14, 21-23 388 4.7 .00 17
May 24-31..... 309 4.5 .00 17
June 1-10..... 396 6.9 .01 15
June 11-20.... 418 5.5 .02 16
June 21-23,
25, 30...... 410 5.7 .01 15
July 1-10..... 402 5.0 15
July 11-20.... 389 5.1 15
July 21-31.... 428 4.9 16
Aug. 1-10.... 421 5.0 16
Aug. 11-20.... 395 4.8 16
Aug. 24....... 630 -

Aug. 21-23,
25-31 ........ 442 5.2 -- 16
Sept. 1-7,9-10 423 4.8 .01 15
Sept. 8....... 592 -
Sept. 11-19... 543 5.1 .02 14
Sept. 20...... 618 -

Sept. 21-30... 463 5.0 .01 14
Dec. 18....... 1 383 4.5 -


1.8 1.6 0.2 55 2.0
1.7 1.6 .2 53 .4
.2 2.1 .4 53 2.0

1.1 2.5 .5 52 2.0
1.9 1.7 .2 52 2.0

7.3 2.8 .1 56 1.2
1.8 1.3 .1 58 1.2
2.2 2.1 .2 54 1.2
1.6 1.5 .2 52 1.6

1.6 1.5 .1 52 .8

1.6 1.8 .1 51 .8
1.8 1.9 .1 52 2.0
1.0 2.0 .1 52 1.6
1.2 2.0 .1 52 1.6
1.7 2.0 .1 55 1.6
-- -- -- 31 -


1.0 2.3 .1 53
2.1 1.4 .2 35
- 68
1.5 1.9 .1 48
- -- 37

2.2 2.1 .1 51
- 53


2.0 0.0 0.1 55 54 45 0 96 7.5 2 70
2.8 .1 .3 53 59 44 1 94 7.4 5 69
2.5 .2 .5 56 66 44 0 102 7.5 10 -

2.5 .0 .4 56 66 44 2 100 7.5 10 -
2.0 .1 .0 55 52 48 6 101 7.5 5 -

3.0 .1 .0 58 53 48 2 105 7.1 5 -
2.0 .1 .0 57 51 50 2 103 7.3 5 -
3.5 .2 .2 59 59 46 2 102 7.4 8 -
2.5 .1 .2 54 56 44 2 95 7.5 9 -

1.5 .3 .2 53 55 44 2 94 7.5 14 -


1.5 .1 .0
1.8 .2 .1
1.8 .1 .1
1.8 .1 .1
2.0 .1 .0
2.0 --

1.8 .1 .1
2.2 .1 .0
1.0 -
3.0 .1 .0
1.0 -. -


51 44 2 98 7.5 10 -
55 45 2 97 7.6 5 -
54 44 2 95 7.4 7 -
54 45 2 97 7.7 10 -
56 47 2 100 7.4 8 -
- 64 7.4 --


53 55
54 64

50 44


.8 2.5 .2 .2 52 58 44
-- 1.8 53 46


44 0 96 7.6 10 -
46 1 95 7.9 5 -
- 120 8.0 -
41 2 87 7.2 20 -
- 71 7.5 -


2 92 7.7 15 -
2 95 7.5 5 -


(14) ECONFINA CREEK NEAR 8ETTS, PLA.


0.6 1.7 0.6 7 0.4
4


18 22 6 0 28 7.1 30 67
5 2 20 5.7 50


3.5 0.0 0.2
3.0


Nov. 13, 1961.
Sept. 12, 1962


5.7 0.06 1.4













Table 4. Cbhomicl Oasly"s and tsperalturv of curfacs *laters--Contlinue
Cbhlecal aaalyeos, n parts per $illson, except spocfitc co ductasnc, pM, and color--Coatlnued
D1)1.auld ~~liva ll.irdeasI s I '. fic
C al Po. I l .4 .40o .,. dUCt. I Tqa-
Dae MLsA Siica Iro a CIl. Scdium t". Blca Sullfat Chloride Flu'- l. lu;l4.4i' n A ie Cc.i pr.
oa dishrg (10 () clum lum (Na) lum bon S (3O0 (Cl) Vd "'w t Vl g. a (micro. P11 or at

col(c) UaECO NA CIc(E ABOVu BL(K) SPRING, N ?A o MOUNTAIN, F o. C 1
(15) FOCNFIXA CRUX ASOVI SUlM SPRING, NEAR FOUNTAIN, FLA.


Sept. 11, 1942 1 111


41 26 2 60 7.0 30 76


(16) E=ONFINA CREX NEAR COMPASS LAUC, FLA.


Nov. 13, 1961.
Feb. 5, 1962.. I
Sept. 1 ...... 1
May 12, 1963.. I


Feb. 6, 1962..
July 19.......
Sept. 11......
Oct. 31.......
May 12, 1963..


I 101
3 95.9
I 86.4
1 76


1.6 0.2 4
2.0 .4 3
1.- 2
1.5 .4 4


3.5 0.0 0.2 13
2.2 .1 .0 13
2.2 -
1.5 .1 .7 10


(17) ECONFIA CRZZX NEAR FOUNTAIN, FLA.
0.9 1.8 0.4 19 0.8 2.5 0.1 0.0 21
1.2 1.4 .2 23 .8 3.5 0.0 .0 34
- 25 1.8 -
- 26 1.2 -
1.5 1.8 .4 30 .0 3.2 .0 .5 3:
(18) ECCOrFIA CREl ABOVE GAINER SPRING, NEAR BE NETT, FLA.


Apr. 11, 1962. I 318
Bept. U...... I 206


Apr. 11 1962A 1 468
Apr. 18...... I 468
Apr. 1C...... I 468
Sept. 11...... I 372


Apr. 11, 1962.
Sept. 11...... 39.1
A Right bnk.
B Center.
C Left ank.


5.5 12 1.5 1.6 0.1 41 0.4
52


2.0 0.1 0.0 43
1.8


(19) ECONFINA CRIE U0W GAINER SPRING, NEAR BENIIT, FLA.
7 1.6 0.0 58 0.4 2.0 0.3 0.0 1
L 1.8 .2 61 2.0 .1 .0 1
1 1.6 .1 43 1.6 2.0 .1 .0 4
52 2.2 -
(23) GAINER SPRINGS NX FAUf, wEA BOuENET, FIA.


5.3 18 3.2 1.9 0.1 65
61


0.8 3.0 0.2 0.0 65
2.2


51 36 2 80 7.5 20 68
44 2 91 7.2 15 76


102 7.2 2 70
110 7.5 2 69
82 7.2 8 70
107 7.2 7 74


65 58 4 115 7.2 2 70
62 52 2 109 7.3. 2 74


14 6.3 25 66
o1 5.6 40
16 6.3 46
14 6.0 S6







Table 4. Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters-Continued
Ch.ecal analyses, in parts per million, except specific conductace, pH, and color-Continued
SDissolved solids Hardness Specific
a 2 G. Po- I ---- as CaCJ C conduct. Tem-
Date Mean ilica Iron Cal- no- Sllum tis- Dr- Sulfate Cl.' rlde Fluo' Cal- Besidue anc Cal- Per-
of discharge (mo3 c clam slum NI slum bonnte (603 ride train Cu- at Non- (miro- P
uollo u. (cW (C1) 616 (K) (11co (F) (N to d 01 o magna. carcon. mhos (ON
slum ate at25*C)

(23) GAINER SPRINGS E F1IM, IEAR BErEET, FLA.


4.7 19 2.8 2.0 0.2 70
70


1.6 2.5 0.1 0.0
2.5


(23) GAINER SPRINGS SW FULI, NEAR BENNETT, FLA.


4.4 13 1.8 1.7 0.2 46 0.4
59


1.5 0.1 0.1
1.8


67 66 59 2 115 7.4 2 74
68 58 0 122 7.6 5 73


41. 50 40 2 82 7.3 7 70
58 50 2 104 7.5 2 73


(24) GIN POND OUTLET NEAR GREENEAD, FA.


1.4 0.3


0.3 14


0.6 0.1 1.6 0.1 2 0.0


2.0 0.1 0.0 6 11 2 0 14 5.1 2 50


(25) GODWIN BRCH SEAB GOREEU EAUD, FA.


0.4 0.1 1.3 0.1 0 0.0


3.0 0.1 0.0


26 2 2 15 4.6 45 52


(26) RAJMOND POND STEEPHEAD NEAR FOUNTAIN, FLA.


Apr. 11, 1962.
Sept. 11...... I


Apr. 11, 1962.
Sept. 11...... I


Nar. 7, 1962.. I


Mar. 7, 1962.. I


Oct. 11, 1962.


Mar. 8, 1962.. I
Sept. 12...... I
May 13, 1963..


Feb. 5, 1962..
may 22........ I
July 16....... I
Sept. 10...... I
Oct. 30....... I
Dec. 17.......


0.9 0.0 3 0.0


1.0 0.1 0.3 8 7 2 0 12 5.8 0


(27) JUNIPER CREEK NEAR YOUNGSTERS, FLA.
4.3 4.4 2.2 0.1 2.0 0.1 8 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 15 17 6 0 21 6.5 3 55
12 2 2.2 3 2 16 5.4 50 78
3.1 .08 2.6 .1 1.8 .1 10 .0 2.8 .1 .0 16 18 7 0 22 6.7 30 71
(28) LITTLE BEAR CREEK AT YOUNGSITOW, FLA.
3.3 0.01 1.6 0.0 1.5 0.2 5 0.0 2.2 0.1 0.2 12 18 4 0 18 6.0 10 64
23.3 3.4 1.8 .1 1.1 .2 4 .0 1.5 .1 .0 10 19 5 2 19 6.3 10 71
22.8 3.8 .02 1.0 .4 1.4 .1 5 .0 2.0 .0 .1 11 10 4 0 17 5.9 20 79
33.3 3 2.8 4 2 20 5.7 45 77
27.5 3.3 5 .5 11 4 0 17 6.1 6 64
31.2 3.6 -- 4 1.8 13 4 0 17 6.2 20 57


20.7



53.4


3.2 0.04 0.8 0.0










Table 4. CbIcsIcl usalylr d tep&rtur*s otf ure prr err,--CoatsaiM
Chelntcl taoaly rs, ta parts per atlllto, esrcpt sp LIfeo condu tuac, pJ. ma color-Coastiau4
S---~--'--- -- Diolvd ids Hnarde SpedfIL
ag. Po. ----- uCCOJ codudt. T
Dam Col. sulfae Chloride &- I C tdu
** -" 8 Irce r Stum M Bu Cttortd n H1 c
ro dis lung bow t s rids trl ft- at- l ,. Pmf- l w "
dh6C4 (- a Sihamr (Ha) Sum (501) (CI) ", : I IC F o.1 o r
6011b444" (cCCO (1) (NO, ltasd 1309C

(29) MILL BAYTOO1 I LYIS AYvI, Iu.

o. 1.3, 11. i.6 0.03 7.3 50 2.6 34 15 91 0.1 0.1 193 193 53 332 370 7.1 5 73
lKo. 3 1963. 1 1.7 1 .6 4.2 .7 5.0 .2 a 6.0 7.0 .1 .0 33 44 14 7 53 6.3 30 64
(30) MIWCIASl C~1K 1AX ZgCONFMA, UA.

Ieb. A, 16i.. 3.6 0.05 3.0 0.1 2.0 0.1 10 1.6 1.i 0.1 0.0 17 22 1 0 26 6.6 10 63
so".L13. 5 2.5 a 4 235.0170 -
s"3, 1 :.. 1. .06 2.6 .1 1. .1 10 .0 2.3 .1 .6 14 14 7 0 23 6.6 30 71
(31) PIGO30 CRIB UAR V13T BT, FLA.

low. 15, 131. .0 0. 5.0 0. 5 2.5 0.3 17 0.6 3.S 0.0 0.2 26 33 14 0 41 7.3 16 W
Feb. 7, 1002.. -- 6.1 .04 3.2 .4 3.0 .2 10 1.2 4.2 .1 .0 22 24 10 2 33 6.7 20 51
. .......1 4. 4.0 -- 2.2 .4 3.0 .1 6 .4 6.0 .1 .0 27 7 30 6.5
May 12, i3.. 1 1.3 6.1 .09 6.4 .7 2.5 .3 22 .0 4.2 .1 2.2 34 14 19 1 66 7.0 30 71
(32) SAND 003ArrIs 11 ASC AQ B GRECazAD, IU.
Mar. 8, 132.. I 0.5 2.7 0.4 0.2 1.6 0.1 1 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 8 1i 3 1 17 4.9 35 4
(33) SAXDT C3T 25A PAIAU CITY, FIA.
NoW. 3, 13 1. 6.4 0.05 4.2 0.4 2.3 0.4 14 0.4 3.2 0.0 0.1 24 23 13 0 37 7.0 3 10
ipt. 14,i 196 3.7 .- -2 3.0 4 2 22 .1 0
ay 4, 1963.. 3 1.0 3.8 .10 4.6 .0 2.5 .3 13 .0 3.5 .1 .0 22 20 13 2 38 6. 30 76
(34) SIrXDL S3WAMP OUTLIVE TO ORT LAZU, SUR GREM BE.D, FA.
lar. 8, .963.. I 3.8 5.4 0.6 0.2 2.0 0.1 0 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 11 28 3 2 22 4.6 45 47
(36) UXUAED SPRING II l5rO TAIN, FIA.
Apr. 10, 1362. 5.0 16 1.9 1.5 0.3 55 0.8 2.0 0.1 0.0 55 61 48 3 100 7.3 5







Table 4. Chemical analyse and temperatures of surface waters-Contlnued

Chemical analyses, nl parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Contioued
Dissolvedsolids Hardness Specific
lag- Po- as CaCO) conduct T-
Silica Iron lice- Sodium Cs- Sulte Chlorde Cl1- residue Z Cnl- pe
collection (cis) (O 0 ((o( (sm) ((J slum (micro- IsoC magne on
slum ate at 25Q C

(36) WETAPPO CRBEEE EAa R WnITCHA, FLA.


Nov. 13, 1961.
Apr. 23, 1962.
June 22.......
Aug. 13.......
Sept. 14......
Mor. 25.......
May 14, 1963..


24.3
21
43.3
33
44.3
10.5


0.4 7
.0 2
.3 2
.1 1
- 6
S 2
.5 9


).4 3.8
1.2 5.0
.8 4.5
.4 4.2
- 2.0
- 4.0
.0 4.5


25 6.3
25 5.3
27- 5.2
28 4.9
26 5.8
29 5.3
32 6.6


(37) WHITE OAK CREEX NEAR GREERBEAD, FLA.


ls Feb. 6, 1962..
1t Mar. 7........
Apr. 26.......
June 21.......
Aug. 16.......
Nov. 29.......
Jan. 17, 1963.


Apr. 13, 1962.
Sept. 11......


Feb. 6, 1962..


May 8, 1962...


6.3
4.5
12
4.7

4.5
4.8


0.1 2
.0 2
.0 2


0.10

.12


0.1 0.0
.1 .0
.2 .0
.0 .0

.2 .0


(38) WILLIFOID SPRING NEAR BMiETT1, FLA.

4.5 28 2.4 1.7 0.3 90 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0
76 2.0

(39) CLARES DLE NEAR GRESMEAD, FLA.


1.2 0.02 2.4


84 88 80 6 250 7.2 0 70
64 2 128 7.5 72


2.7 0.3 3 0.0 4.8 0.1 0.2 13 34 6 4 32 5.4 30 60

(40) COMPASS LAKE AT COMPASS LE, FLA.


0.5 1.2 0.2 1.4 0.2 2 0.0


2.5 0.1 0.0 7 20 4 2.0 18 5.6 3


(41) GAP POND NEAR GEEM8EAD, FLA.


2.2 0.1 0.4 9 20 5 2 22 6.3 10 61


Feb. 6, 1962.. 0.5 0.02 1.6


0.2 1.6 0.2 4 0.0













Table 4. Cbeetalt anal).., sad teapersturo. of suurfac wsler.--Constlmud
ch..i..a1 anassnu.e ifl part. e li. ,..t,4. .dA. -


DOt Mean s111i Iron Cal.
o dischrge (1o10 (FI) clum A1
Colectlloo (cis) (Ce) (5


Feb. 4, 1963..


Feb. 6, 1986..


reb. 7, 1962..


Apr. 24, 1963.
Juae 21.......
Aug. 15.......
Nov. 39.......
Jan. 17, 1963.


Feb. 6, 1962..
Sept. 13......
May 13, 1963..


reb. 6, 1962..
Feb ........


rob. 6, 1962..


9.60 0.3


0.3


1.2


2.74 2.9
3.44 2.9
2.25 --
2.24 --
1.86 1.4


0.7
4.69 .6


6.1
4.4


0.2


0.01


0.01





O. O
0.00

.01


0.00
. 01-
.02


0.09
.06


0.02


1.8


1.4


0.8


153
236

256


0.6




0.6
1.0


1.4


61

74


Dlssolved soldd HAlrdans Bpeclfl
?. Bodium tau. Be Sullu Chlorbie Ri CaCO 0 duct.
tum (Na) ,lum bO S)r ride ira o -I Lo au. ln. ( ro. PH
9)r (K Dco o (I) (NOJ 80 o m(co- isb. mho,
slum sta at 89C)

(43) GULLY POND NXAR OU IMNAD, FLA
0.0 3.0 0.2 3 0.6 1.6 0.1 0.0 8 16 3 0 80 5.4
(43) HAMMOCK LAKE NEAR ORDERED, fIA.
0.0 3.0 0.3 2 3.4 2.5 0.1 0.4 10 15 4 23 1 6.4
(44) ERIAL LAKE NEAR GROU HUAD, FLA.
0.2 1.9 0.0 3 2.0 8.6 0.1 0.0 10 9 3 2 17 5.5
(45) NORTH BAY AT LYNN AVDI, FLA.
46 3800 139 66 810 6650 0.7 0.0 12000 13940 2210 3160 19000 7.0
52 5760 223 94 1300 9900 .7 6.9 18100 20000 3270 3190 26800 7.3
.. 10200 -- -- 28100 --
12400 -- -- 28300 --
5I 6240 246 96 1630 11300 .8 183 20500 21400 3702 3624 12000 7.5
(48) PORTER LAKE NEAR OGREEN EAD, MFA.
0.1 1.6 0.2 2 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.1 6 16 2 0 16 0.3
1 -- 2. -- -- -- 2 2 20 .1
.5 2., .4 4 1.6 3.0 .1 .7 12 26 4 0 3 5.7
(47) STILL POND NEAR GoUR EAD, FLA.
0.5 2.0 0.3 1 5.2 0.1 0.0 19 37 4 2 25 4.6
.4 2.4 .3 1 4.8 3.0 .1 .0 17 25 4 3 24 4.9
(48) WAGES POND NHEA OGRUMAD, FLA.
0.1 1.8 0.2 4 0.4 1.3 0.1 0.0 7 14 4 0 18 5;7


, p up p ee e con uc d


Tom-
Col, P er
or ure




10 63




1 63
1 IS5


30 -
10 89
16 90
a 60
20 -


S 60
1 -
20 92


80 64
50 60


20 60






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water

Refer to table I for description and location of station indicated by number and name


13, ECOlFINA CREE NEAR BENNEIT, FLA.

Specific conductance (micromhos at 25C) April to September 1962


Much April


June


July


October November December January February


August


September


Day


L.Peoe
2.....
3.....
4....
5.....


7.....

910.....

11....
12.....
13.....
14.....
15.....

16.....
.17...
18.....
19....
20.....

21....
22.....
23.....
24.....


26.....
27.*...
28..6..
29.....
30....
31.....


Average I -- 102 98 93 04 93


-~- ~- -~- ---


--


88 120 95 91 100
-- 95 89 98 86 100
-- q6 96 99 94 100
107 9q 100 97 101
106 99 89 104 101

100 104 75 102 101
112 109 92 99 101
105 115 96 86 12?
123 103 98 88 88
-- 93 98 100 89 86

101 99 100 94 104
93 108 99 98 97
104 109 94 94 99 93
103 106 85 97 104 84
89 -- 104 82 104 72

103 -- 91 86 109 89
107 -- 95 97 101 9?
92 -- 99 8? 88 88
99 -- 98 98 90 8?
102 90 96 102 69

119 101 100 91 99 92
95 100 89 97 103 93
94 100 91 103 80 98
127 101 -- 99 62 98
105 104 93 100 94 98

- 101 92 100 92 90
90 103 96 92 99 93
97 104 99 88 95 90
91 102 97 94 91 93
R6 105 96 89 97 95
-- 100 -- 4 99















Table 6. Daily sp*Otfc condu4tnoo* mad tomproture of surfsIo wter-,CoatinAed
13. KICOWXFI CREKx WIEA BnrfIT, riA.

-pasitc tooaductasce (qteroro as at j) water Tear Ocober 1 i96 to S eaptaber 1983
Day October November December Jauuary February Mrch April May Juw July Aug* September

1,,... 9t 96 58 86 83 03 94 82 94 80 77 64
2.,,. 85 9 52 91 89 71 95 87 96 85 11i aS
3,,,,. 77 96 62 2 87 75 95 95 96 90 79 89
4..... at 96 92 99 87 81 95 97 97 91 014 90
5..... 73 97 93 94 86 83 C6 99 46 93 42 84

6.,,9 861 100 56 92 87 85 96 106 96 95 AS 83
7..... 90 988 96 85 87 85 a 98 97 94 96 89
8.*... 93 96 94 88 87 85 78 96 97 8B R3 88
9..... 92 75 93 92 87 86 86 100 99 60 87 90
10..... 62 74 66 92 87 86 91 102 97 5 814 89

11..... 78 83 95 96 95 89 94 99 94 70 06 91
12..... 95 90 94 78 82 87 93 103 96 8 '74 91
13..... 92 86 93 53 79 87 95 93 95 99 r) 9?
14..... 94 86 95 73 84 74 95 88 96 90 71 ON
15..... 94 92 95 84 87 75 95 89 97 94 45 90

16..... 94 92 94 87 BI 105 98 93 97 87 64 91
17..... 4 9 9 9 90 88 85 97 96 98 90 77 88
16..... 104 95 96 86 89 84 98 97 77 88 80 91
19.... 95 100 97 84 78 86 97 93 72 79 s0 91
20..... 95 95 97 80 68 88 97 106 69 85 79 92
21..... q9 95 99 49 78 88 97 94 77 84 73 92
22..... 94 86 97 51 87 89 98 8s 86 80 73 91
23..... 92 81 99 77 87 89 97 93 72 71 78 I8
24..... 95 90 97 81 88 89 98 93 79 76 82 87
S2..... 95 95 96 85 73 92 100 97 8s 60 84 93

26.... 96 95 80 85 79 84 100 107 84 44 AS 94
27..... 95 98 75 85 81 86 99 99 9 43 87 92
28..... 100 9 80 84 85 88 99 99 91 68 79 90
29..... 98 95 88 85 88 99 100 P3 67 84 40
30 .... 97 89 89 85 89 99 96 A7 6? 97 39
31..... 97 89 86 92 -- 97 79 96 -
Average 91 92 87 82 84 85 95 96 89 78 1 0 84





Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface twter-Continued
13. ECONFZNA CREEE NIER Bs IT, FLA.
Specific conductance (microaos at 25C) water year October 1963 to September 1964
Day October November December January February March April May June July Augst September

1..... 72 89 119 50 71 69 71 68 85 n0 5 85
2..... 77 88 110 58 76 80 74 57 85 79 74 85
3.,... 53 86 114 75 79 54 74 49 85 83 78 85
4..... 74 89 74 81 78 46 72 50 86 78 1A 64
5.... 79 89 78 78 79 53 76 66 P6 68 80 75

6..... 82 88 88 77 60 70 74 71 86 76 74 81
7..... 84 88 89 60 65 75 65 73 68 R3 75 67
...*.. 86 88 89 54 67 77 68 73 82 87 57 80
9..... 86 SO 90 42 67 71 71 74 80 88 48 81
10.... 87 90 89 37 72 72 73 74 79 88 73 82

11..... 87 88 91 43 75 76 75 75 P1 91 57 77
12..... 87 88 91 s5 78 76 77 76 8' 72 60 39
13..... 88 90 70 52 78 77 75 75 83 79 52 33
14..... 88 90 53 62 78 75 69 74 82 75 65 50
15..... 88 90 53 70 79 84 49 77 84 82 76 67

16..... 88 90 75 75 7 74 61 49 77 R3 81 79 74
17.... 89 90 81 64 77 67 72 78 86 R6 79 75
18..... SC 90 85 55 69 72 75 90 86 84 79 76
19..... 9C 90 85 64 51 87 74 40 PA 61 76 79
20..... sC 90 85 69 60 59 76 79 87 49 74 78

21..... 9C 91 85 70 73 51 76 80 87 42 68 83
22..... 91 91 86 72 76 68 75 80 P7 40 55 79
23..... 90 89 85 74 77 73 77 82 88 70 52 To
24..... 90 78 77 74 78 74 75 91 sP 80 59 79
25..... 89 84 82 75 78 71 77 76 76 72 72 80

26..... 89 86 85 73 68 62 78 76 76 44 74 83
27..... 89 66 85 75 68 57 55 7Q 76 62 79 80
28..... 9C 88 86 77 37 56 46 R9 80 55 82 80
29..... 94 69 84 78 37 68 48 82 PO 61 80 R?
30..... 92 69 88 79 71 57 91 PO 73 80 87
31..... 92 77 79 73 84 I 0 "I -
Average 85 87 84 66 69 68 69 t 73 74 71 1 74














Table 6, w Dally *peciftc coaductoace sad teperSture of surface watep-Continued
18, ICONFINA CE LABOTI GAIWIR S fINGS, UI Belr lKTT, ULA,
utite g Ioductan a (Nicrao s At @*C) wte *ea v ecobar b 1961 to Bntl br II
Day October November December Jauuary Februay Marh April May June July Auput September
.. -- 98 74 86 79 1a 111 87 97 71 74 9Q
2.'. 97 76 87 83 58 95 84 98 4 68 8
2"" -- 97 85 89 83 69 93 92 99 92 75 II
4"", 96 59 93 79 76 94 97 99 97 78 86
s5e,* 98 90 92 82 80 93 95 110 97 81 90
6 -- 97 90 92 84 79 97 99 101 97 82 84
7".. 97 89 79 85 80 62 98 102 as 84 84
8:. -- 97 90 86 90 81 71 100 102 87 93 89
9." -- 55 90 90 85 85 92 101 103 03 Bs 89
10,. -" 64 91 92 85 87 89 100 104 48 al 90
11,. 75 83 93 92 86 83 90 100 103 71 68 95
..12o. 87 89 91 46 71 84 93 104 101 85 66 91
13.... 96 80 91 42 72 86 97 101 100 91 73 92
14..... 92 87 92 64 79 62 97 83 100 92 65 91
15..... 94 90 93 75 82 67 94 84 101 90 54 92
16.**.@ 94 91 92 80 85 79 95 93 102 92 58 89
170t..0 94 92 93 83 84 81 95 96 103 85 77 89
LB.4-.. 99 93 82 81 83 86 98 98 83 88 75 90
19..,.. 95 91 89 74 51 85 95 87 74 83 68 89
20.... 94 92 91 76 55 92 98 95 68 88 69 92
21.... 100 92 92 61 69 67 98 94 82 88 65 92
22,0*** 96 73 91 66 80 87 98 86 90 80 65 91
23S,,,* 94 77 94 68 81 87 99 87 67 78 83 89
24-.*., 97 85 92 67 79 88 98 91 83 87 92 90
25s..- 96 90 93 74 64 86 98 97 86 59 81 91
26..... 96 90 67 76 71 90 98 97 85 43 85 92
27t***. 100 91 63 73 73 77 99 98 90 42 92 91
28.... 9 91 71 73 79 82 100 100 94 65 AS 43
29 .... 96 91 79 82 87 99 101 66 51 84 70
30... 97 90 77 78 89 98 96 70 59 84 50
31..... 96 61 7 as 95 73 86 -
Average 88 86 77 77 81 94 94 92 77 76 86





Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continted
18. SCONFINA CRE ABOVE GAINE SPRINGS, NEAR BEINETT, FLA.

Specific conductance (icroahoa at 25*) October to Decaeber 1963
Day October November December January February MMch April May June July August September

1....w 61 89 76
2w...* 4S 85 78
3..... 45 82 83
4..... ~d 85 76
5..... 72 86 82

6*...* 75 84 83
7...*. 77 s5 85
8..... 76 66 84
9..... 78 87 85
10.0.** 82 84 85

11-...*. 3 66 86
12.*.-. 7S 85 85
130.... 84 68 54
14..... 83 88 39
15.,0.. 84 s8 5C

16..... 63 88 67
17.0.... 7 8s 73
18..... 64 E8 76
19.... 87 88 78
20..... E5 E9 78

21 .... 85 ES 80
22..... 6E 89 78
230..*. 86 E8 78
24.... 86 73 71
25 ..... 8 79 77

26.*... 84 84 79
27o..... a 83 8C
28..... 6t 84 82
29*.... 87 !1 83
30*.... 87 60 84
31s.... 87 -- 76
Average 79 63 76











Table B. Daily speotio oonductance and tonperture of surtfa* ntol-C-ontlnuod
21, 5COWID A CRUX ALIOV WILL POID rPUNGO, uEA BIWmEr, i.,
Sptci 1tc o-dootanao (at roboG at C) water yOa October 1982 to aepti ber 1963
Day October Novembeer Deember January Febeary March April MUy June July Aupu September
1oos.. o 51 70 55 63 65 57 tO 59 56 68
i.... 81 5I 72 61 39 71 67 83 67 54 67
3eo*. 14 70 72 61 52 72 s0 83 65 53 66
4-.... 0 73 75 521 I 72 70 85 74 57 68
5 .... 8 6g 75 76 1 62 71 I8 89 76 61' 7
6:o... 11 74 73 64 63 72 s0 84 7 61 62
7V H1 74 60 65 65 40 0 0 54 65 63 65
I:: 82 7 66 64 65 55 2 85 63 77 70
g..... 39 75 75 66 68 61 81 85 34 66 70
10 44 77 73 66 66 69 63 15 29 72 70
1*. 55 67 78 71 64 66 68 83 86 45 54 72
12..... iC 72 76 29 49 66 70 84 82 64 44 72
13...-w 74 42 77 28 !1 67 70 82 al 67 56 75
146* 74 72 76 45 62 39 71 56 82 73 54 76
As.1 d7 7T4 77 77 60 63 45 71 58 84 67 37 75
16 .... 5 7 6 6 63 62 74 73 86 68 35 C
17Aver. IC 76 77 69 66 66 73 77 85 57 48 72
14.00 0 78 is 1 76 66 67 66 75 80 57 61 53 71
19g.es 4C 77T 77 62 32 67 75 67 49 54 46 71
20*o*.. 75 79 77 61 38 69 75 75 43 64 52 75
21o- 04 61 77 29 50 72 7S 74 60 65 54 75
22owo. 15 62 76 32 61 69 74 63 72 54 5Z 73
23-s.. t7 63 76 51 62 69 76 72 40 51 52 70
24..... 77 9 78 58 63 68 77 78 60 59 68 73
259000. 7q 73 76 62 42 68 76 91 65 35 68 74
26000*, tS 75 47 62 56 TO 77 79 64 28 70 7s
270-4 IC 77 44 57 58 61 77 78 71 28 67 73
280-foo 75 77 52 58 62 64 79 82 73 45 66 28
290.o0. eC 77 62 56 67 79 84 39. 33 68 24
30.... 13 72 56 .6C 7 7 7ts 43 37 6Y 26
31 ..... 65 6 76 69 77 54 70 -
Averae 73 70 6C 58 63 71 776 0 2 55 57 66





Table 5. Dally specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued

21. EC01FINA CREEE ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BEI.TT, FL&.
S____ ____Secific ca ductance (.inosoB at 25'C) Octobt r to DecWber 196l
Day October November December January February March April May June July Aupgst September

1. 45 70 -
2..... 31 67 -
3..... 31 64 -
4..... 50 66 -
5..... 56 67 -

6. s. 5 65 -
7.... 6 61 66 -
8 ... $ 66 -
9..... 59 68 -
10..... 63 64 -

11..... 63 66 -
12..... 63 67 -
13.. 66 70
14... 65 69 -
15.... 66 69 -

16..... 64 68 -
17..... 66 67 51
18..... 66 68 57
19..... 6 69 59
20..... 65 69 59

21h.. 68 70 62
22..... 67 69 59
23..... 68 69 58
24..... 65 51 50
25..* 68 59 55

26..... 67 64 58
27..... 65 63 62
28. **, 67 64 62
29..... 75 32 62
30... 70 41 64
31..... 70 54__ _

Average 61 64__















Table 6, DaIly peotlo oeoductanc and tempeMoturoe of Surtfae Mstor-Cont~ned

3., G11n SPRINGl8 NAU BMrI T, PLA,
89pifti coaduetaace (uterom ee at *C) water ear October 1989 to eptember 1943


Olobr Nfember Deembr January Febuary Mareh April


124
123
121
121
IIS

120
120
114
115
114

112
113
113
112
114

113
112
112
112
113

112
113
112
113
113

112
113
113
112
115


i1s
117
115
112
113

112
102
116
114
113

112
112
112
112
111

115
116
111
111
111

116
112
112
111
111

120
111
112
112
113
111


112
112
111
113
111

115
112
113
113
115
Its
114
111
112
112
114

114
120
120
121
117

114
120
110
109
108

110
110
111
111
111
110


115
113
113
114
119

114
115
115
114

114
115
115
119
116

116
114
114
114
115

115
115
115
115
115

115
115
115


110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
Ila













110

110
110
110

LtI

110
LIO

tio
110

110
110
Ito
110
110

110
110
110
1tO

110

110
110
110
110


114
127
117
119
114

116
114
115
115
116

115
114
115
115

115
115
115
116
114
116

114
116
115
114
116

114
114
114
114
114
- ~


May


114
114
114
114
114

115
lit
114
114
114
114

IIS
115
117

114
114

114
114
Its
ilt
115
115
114

11s
114
115
114
114

114
114
114
114
115
117


Jose July Aufgt Selptmber


110
111
112
114
110
112
112
lit
112
110

113
112
113
11?
110

111
110
110
109
110

110
110
110
110
110

112
111
113
112
112
- I


l0'
110
110
lIo

110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110
110

110
110
110
110

108
110
110
Ito
107
110
110
109
110


110
110
110


110
110
110
110

Ila
110
110
112

ItO
110
ion

I10
110



110
110

110
110
110
111
110
110

110

110
110
110
110
110
110


110
110
110
Ill


110
110
110
110
109

110
111
110
109
110

110
109
110
110
Ill

111
111
Ill
110
110
110

110
110
110
106
111


Day


1...6
2.....

4.....

3oseee
7.....

10...-

11.....
12.....
13.....
14...*.
15.....

16.....
17*....
18.....
19.....
20.....


22.....
23.....
24..***
25.....

26.....
27....
28....
29....
30o..*.
31....


121
119
122
119
117

117
117
117
118
121

121
123
120
121
120

120
121
120
120
121
120


Average 114 112 113 115 110 115 114 lit 109 11 109


-I -


I m L K ie mi n im i


L





Table 6. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued

23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BNNETT, FLA.

Specific conductance (micromhos at 25'C) October to December 1963
Day October November December January February March April May June July August September

1..... 111 111 109 109
2..... Ill 111 110 110
3..... 111 111 110 110
4..... 111 111 110 106
5..... 111 111 110 110

6..... 111 111 110 110
7..... 111 111 110 110
8..... ill illI la 110
9..... 111 111 110 110
10..... 111 111 110 109

11..... 111 111 110 110
12..... 111 111 110 110
13..... 111 111 110 110
14..... 111 111 110 110
15..... 111 111 110 110

16..... 111 111 110 110
17..... 111 111 11C 111
18..... 111 111 110 111
19.... 111 111 10 111
20..... 111 111 110 110

21..... 111 111 11C 109
22..... 109 109 110 110
23..... Ill 111 114 110
24..... 100 100 110 110
25..... 111 111 110 110

26..... 111 111 110 110
27....; 111 111 110 110
28..... 111 111 110 110
29..... 110 110 110 110
30..... 111 111 110 111
31..... 110 110 -- 111__
Average Io1 110 110 109













Table 5. Daily specific conductance and tuperature of surface water--Contlnued
38. WILIIfORD SPRING NEAR BD fTT, FLA,
pacific conductanue (xtcroxhos at 2*C water Yar October 19 tr
Day October November December January February March April May June July Augutl September

.... 131 132 132 130 129 12? 132 121 78 125 12
.... -- 130 130 132 130 129 123 132 128 128 125 129
3..... -- 132 33 131 130 123 121 131 177 124 177 129
4..... 131 133 131 131 127 120 131 129 129 12 130
5..... 131 130 131 129 122 120 131 128 121 125 130

6.... -- 131 132 130 129 126 121 132 128 121 125 130
71... -- 132 132 130 129 125 121 134 127 125 125 129
8.... 131 133 131 130 123 122 132 129 129 125 129
9..... -- 131 135 131 130 129 122 132 127 129 125 130
10..... -- 131 133 130 130 123 123 131 128 125 125 130

11..... 138 131 133 130 130 124 123 131 128 129 125 130
12..... 132 131 134 131 129 124 123 131 129 128 125 130
13.... 132 131 133 134 131 124 122 131 130 125 125 130
14..... 132 131 132 129 131 122 122 136 130 127 125 130
15..... 132 128 134 131 131 122 122 134 128 127 126 130

16.... 132 131 134 132 130 123 122 131 128 121 128 130
17..... 132 131 133 132 132 123 122 135 12P 128 128 130
18..... 132 129 130 131 131 122 122 131 129 132 127 130
19..... 134 130 131 131 130 124 90 131 129 125 127 130
20..... 132 130 140 133 130 123 121 131 12R 125 130 128

21..... 131 130 130 131 130 124 122 133 127 125 128 126
22..... 132 131 130 129 130 126 122 131 129 126 128 126
23..... 134 130 131 129 130 127 122 131 124 127 128 128
24..... 133 130 132 131 130 125 123 131 129 127 128 128
25.... 131 131 132 136 129 125 122 130 128 127 128 128

26... 132 130 133 131 129 124 122 132 128 127 131 128
27..... 131 129 134 131 130 123 122 131 128 127 125 128
28..... 131 129 132 130 129 123 122 131 127 128 128 128
29..... 132 130 13C 131 123 122 131 129 128 128 128
30..... 132 130 130 130 124 122 131 128 128 129 130
31..... 131 130 131 124 -- 131 128 125 127
Average 130 132 131 130 124 120 131 128 126 126 128







Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued

38. WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BENNETT, FLA

S __ecific cnductance (micromhos at 250Q) October to December 1963
Day October November December January February March April May June July August September


1.....
2...
3.....
6.....


6.....
7.
8.**=*
7.....


12 .....
1 .....



1 .....




17 ...
19.....

20.....
21.....
22.....


23....
24.....
25.....
26.....


27.....
28.....
29....
30.....
31.....


128
128
128
128
128

128
122
128
128
128

128
128
128
128
128

128
128
128
128
128

128
128
128
128
128

128
126
128
128
128
126


m-












129
124
128
124

129
122
124
129
122

122
129
121
129
129
126


Average 127 128 -














Table 6, Daily apeoific conductanoe and temperature of surface cwter-Continued

13, ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BENNHET, FLA,

Temperature ('F) of water, January to September 1962

Day
Month Average
1213 4 5 6 78 910 111 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30131


January
Maximum .,,.
Minimum .0..
February
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
March
Maximum ....
Minimum ..,
April
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
Miay
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
June
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
July
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
August
Maximum ....
Minimum ....
September
Maximum ....
Minimum ....


67 68
66 66

66 67
64 66

67 67
64 66

72 72
70 70
76 75
73 73
74 74
-- 74

75 76
73 73

76 76
73 73


65 66
63 63

67 67
64 65

69 70
68 68

73 74
70 71
74 74
73 73

75 76
74 74
75 76
74 74

74 74
73 74


68 67
66 65

69 70
67 69

70 70
68 67

74 74
71 71

76 74
72 73
76 77
74 74

76 76
74 74

74 75
73 74


67i68
65 65

71 72
70 70

71 70
69 70

73 74
72 72
74 74
73 73

77 75
73 74
76 76
73 73

74 74
73 72


68 68
66 66
68 68
65 65

68 69
66 67

74 74
72 72
76 75
74 73

74 75
72 73
74 75
73 73

73 74
73 73


' '~'







Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued
13. ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963
Day
Month Dy iAvege
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


October
Maximum.... 72 72 73 73 73733 7 73 74.73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 71 71 71 71 70 68 67 67 68 69 69 69 71
Minimum.... 70 71 71 71 71 171 72 71 71 71 711 71 71 71 71 71 69 70 71 69 68 67 66 65 65 67 69 67 70
November
Maximum.... 67 67 67 67 67 66 67 68 67 65 67 67 67 67 66 68 69 70 69 69 69 69 67 67 67 67 66 66 67 67 67
Minimum.... 65 65 66 66 65 65 65 67 65 65 65 66 67 66 65 66 67 69 67 68 69 67 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 66- 33
December
Maximum.... 66 67 66 67 67 65 65 65 65 64 65 64 61 63 63 65 66 65 65 67 68 68 67 67 67 66 64 65 666 -- 66
Minimum.... 65 65 .65 65 65 64 63 65 64 63 63 61 61 61 61 63 65 65 65 65 67 67 67 65 65 63 63 63 65 64 64
January
Maximum.... 64 63 63 64 65 65 64 63 64 65 67 67 66 61 62 61 62 64 65 66 64 59 62 61 60 61 62 61 63 63 65 6
Minimum .... 63 62 62 62 63 64 63 63 63 63 65 65 61 60 61 61 61 62 64 64 59 57 59 59 59 59 61 60 61 63 63 62
February
SMaximum.... 66 6 67 65 64 65 65 64 65 6565 63 62 63 63 63 63 63 61 63 63 6 3 63 6363 6363 -- 64
Minimum.... 65 66 65 63 63 63 6363 6363 65 63 60 60 61 61 61 63 60 59 606 61 61 62 60 61 61 61- 62
March
Maximum.... 63 63 64 66 68 68 66 66 65 67 69 71 71 71 70 69 71 72 72 71 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 69 969 69 6 68
Minimum.... 63 61 62 64 66 66 64 63 64 65 66 68 69 69 67 68 69 69 70 69 67 65 64 65 65 67 67 65 65 65 67 66
April
Maximum.... 70 71 71 71 71 71 68 69 69 71 73 71 71 71 69 71 71711 72 73 73 73 73 72 71 72 7171 72 71 71
Minimum.... 67 67 68 6 69 68 6765 66 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 71 71 71 71 71 69 69 70 69 7171 69
May
Maximum.... 71 69 70 72 73 73 73 74 74 73 74 74 73 73 73 74 75 733 73 7 73 73 73 7373 7 74 73 73 74 73 79
Minimum.... 69 67 68 69 69 691 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 7171 71 1 171 171 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71
June
Maximum.... 74 74 74 73 73 74 74 75 74 74 757475767576 75 73 73 74 75 73 73 73 74 74 73 733 7 74
Minimum.... 717 71 71 7171 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 3 73 72 72 73 72 72 72 71 71 72 77 72 72
July
Maximum.... 75 75 75 75 75 75 76 74 73 75 74 74 74 73 73 75 5 75 76 76 75 76 75 75 73 73 75 75 5 76 75 75
Minimum.... 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 7.3 71 71 71 72 72 71 73 73 73 74 74 74 75 7373 73 7374 773 74 73
August
Maximum .... 75 75 76 75 77 77 77 75 76 76 77 75 77 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 76 75 75 75 79 75 79
Minimum .... 73 7 74 5 74 74 74 75 75 75 75 75 74 75 75 75 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 74 74 73 73 74 74
September
Maximum.... 75 75 75 76 75 75 75 57575 75 75 7575 74 73 73 73 74 76 73 74 73 73 73 73 72 72 73 72- 74
Minimum .... 73 74 74 74 4 73 73 773 733 73 73 73 73 7 3 73 73 72 72 73 73 72 71 71 72 772 72 71 73









Table 6. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
13, ECONFINA CREEK HEAR RENNETT, FLA,
Temperature ('F) of water, water year October 1963 to September 1964
Day
Month ---- Average
3 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13114 15 16 17118 19 20 21122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 _

rMa u 71 72 7272 73 73 72172 71172 71170 71 72 71 72 72 71 70 71 71 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 69 68 71
Minimum 70 71 71 71 71 71 71'69 69 70 69 68 69 70 69 70 0 69 68 69 69 69 69 70 71 71 70 71 69 67 66 70
November I 7 1 i
M um .... 69 6 67 68 69 70' 70;69 69 69 69 69 6 6 66 66 67 68 68 69 69 70 69 69 68 69 70 70 70 66 68
Minimum.... 6767 65 66 69:69 68 68 68 69 67 6665 64 64 6566 666 676 6967 6766 69 70 6 6 67
December
Maximm .... 65 66 66 65 65 65 65!66 65 65 67 6 6262 6 63 63 63 64 64 65 64 63 64 66 65 65 64 64 6
Minimum 64 64 65 64 64 65 65 6 64 64 65 67 65 62 60 62 62 62 62 62 64 64 62 6 622 64 64 64 64 59 6
Maximum .. 59 59 62 63 63 63 663 63 63 60 60 59 57 5 60 60 60 62 64 63 63 64 66 67 66 65 6 64 65 66 1
Minimum .... 56 56 59162 634 63 6262 58j59 67 56
Mini 56 6 9 62 6363 6262 6360 58 5 7 8 58 60 62 62 62 63 64 66 65 64 6 663 63 65 61
February I
Maximum ... 66 66 66 65 66 65 64 6 63.64 664 65 66 66 666 666 64 64 64 64 6 64 64 65 64 60 598- 64
Minimum... 66 64 6565 65 64 63 62 61 62 646 63 65 5 65 64 64 6362 6263 63 62 64 63 60 58 6 6
March
Maximum .... 62 65 65 66 67 66 67 68 7070 68 69 70 70 6699 66 69 67 67 67 67 67 67 69 69 67 6 68 68 66 6
Minimum.... 62 65 65 66 64 64 66 66 68 67 67 68 69 68 666 6 6 6 665 66 66 67 67 65 63 68 66 6 66
April
Maximum .... 67 68 6 70 70 70 7071 7069 6970 71 69 69 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 74 72 72 71 72 71 71
Minimum.... 6566 668 6 9 70 70170 6867 67768 7068 68 6 869 7070 7070 71 772 7272 72 170 70 69 69
May I 1 1
Maximum .... 71 70 71 71 71 72 7273 73 73 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 7 74 74 7 7 7 7 7 76 75 75 79
Minimum .... 0 70 70 69 69 70 70170 71.72 7272 72 71 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 7 73 73 72 73 73 7 74 72 72 71
June I
Maximum.... 74 5 7 75 74 74 75 74 75 74 7575 7676 76 76 76 76 75 76 76 7 75 75 75 74 75 7 76 75
Minimum .... 72 73 72 7 7 2 7 3 7 73 74 74 7474 74 74 73 73 74 74 74 74 74 7 74 74 747 74 16- 7
July
Maximum .... 75 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 7 4 74 75 74 75 76 76 7 5 74 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 7 76 76 76 75



Minimum.... 767 76 747 75 745774 745 7 73774 7 474 7373 7 74 7 7*74 7 *74 74 774 *7473 74 74 7474 74 74
Minimum.... 74 74 74 74 74 74 731 73 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 75 74 7 4 7 7 74 72 741 74 74 74 74 -74

September
Maximum.... 76176 75 76 7575 75 75 7575 74 47474 74747474 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 7 1 741 4 74 74 74
Minimum.... 741 74 74 74 4 74 174 1 73 74 74 74 74 73 73 7 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 1 72 72 721 739 74 719 1 7






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963
Day Aver-
Month---------------------
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 2728 29 30 31 ge
October....... -- -- -- 71 7 71 74 7474 71 74 72 69 70 71 73 71 70169 67 69 6 71 68 -
November..... 65 65 67 65 65 67 67 67 64 63 63 66 68 65 63 66 67 69 69 68 70 66 68 63 65 64 62 64 62 64 66
December..... 65 65 64 64 66 61 60 64 63 61 61 59 58 57 59 62 64 63 66 67 68 67 67 65 67 64 63 64 66 63 62 63
anuary........ 61 61 60 61 62 64 62 63 61 65 67 64 61 59 59 60 60 64 65 57 60 58 61 58 56 59 60 58 59 62 64 61
February....... 66 67 65 61 62 63 63 61 62 66 61 69 5 61 59 60 61 59 57 59 59 61 59 61 59 61 59 5 61
March......... 62 59 6165 67 63 62 63 64 69 66 70 70 70 68 69 6970 71 70 67 65 6366 65 67 66 66 66 67 66
April.......... 68 69 68 68 69 70 67 66 67 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 70 71 71 7272 70 69 6970 71 71271 69
May........ 69 67 68 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 70 72 72 72 71 71 71
June .......... 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 73 74 73 73 73 3 73 73 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73
July........... 72 773 373 7 73 74 74 74 73 72 72 73 7 3 737 73 772 73 73 74 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73
August........ 73 73 73 75 73 74 73 74 7474 74 7474 744 74 73 773 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73
September..... 73 74 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 72 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 74 72 70 0 71 72 72 71 70 72

18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETI, FLA.
Temperature (OF) of water, October to December 1963
Day Aver-
Month age
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 age
October....... 69 7 0 70 70 70 69 68 70 68 66 59 69 68 69 70 69 68 686 6 8 68 70 70 70 7270 696 64 69
November..... 66 65 62 66 6768 6866 66 68 68 66 64 62 6263 64 64 65 66 67 68 69 66 6668 68 70 6663 66
December ..... 6263 6361 62 61 62 61 62 61 63 67 64 61 57 58 59 60 5959 71 62 62 5959 59 63 61 6163 99 61










Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface wster--Continued
t2. ECONFINA CREEK ABOvE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, "EAR BENVETT, FLA,
Temperature (OF) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963
Da7 _y Aver.
Month Av
2 3 4 5 6 17 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 'e
October .......
November..... 64 63 65s 1 6 65 656 6 60 62 64 66 63 60 64 71 69 66 61 69 66 62 60 63 62 58 62 69 63 64
December ..... 63 62 60 61 62 59 56 60 59 57 57 59 53 52 54 58 60 59 63 64 66 65 65 62 65 61 59 61 64 60 8 60o
Janumar........ 58 56 5s 56 58 60 59 0 5 6 61 64 9 59 55 56 57 57 61 62 69 58 54 58 95 52 55 96 54 56 58 62 58
February..... 63 65 9 63 5 99 60 57 59 58 63 58 55 94 4 55 9565 5653 55 95 55 4 5 8 55 9 57
March....... 99 56 586 6 6 64 60 59 60 62 64 66 69 68 67 67 72 72 72 71 71 70 70 71 711 71 71 1 71 71 71 67
April.......... 666 6667 68 69 65 64 65 66 69 69 68 65 6464 65 66 69 70 70 72 711 70 68 67 69 69 70 66
May.......... 6 66 6 67 6 9 69 70 71 70 71 171 72 71 72 7273 7171 7070 70 70 7070 71 72 72 71 70 70
June........ 72 70 70 71 71 71 7172 77 74 74 74 74 75 7574 75 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 7 72 7272 7 73
July........... 72 173 7973 73 76 75 74 74 7 72 71 73 72 73 73 73 74 73 73 4 74 74 74 727 73 74 73 73 73 73
August........ 747 74 76 7417 744 75 7 7575 7475 74 74174 73 74 73 72 72 73 737 74 764 74 7 74 74 74
Sepember..... 73 74 73 737 73 7 7 7 7 73 73 73 27 72 72 72 71 71 72 73 71 68 6 70 71 71 70 70 72

21. ECO(FINA .CREEK ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (iF) of water, October to December 1963

Month-- Aver-
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 261 27 28 29 30131 ace
October....... 68 69 70 69 70 69 69 68 67 69 66 66 68 68 66 68 68 66 6666 66 66 66 68 68 1 6 68 62 61 67
November ..... 64 6 62 66 66 63 64 66 66 64 61 58 58 8 60 62 62 63 64 6 68 64 666 67 68 660 6
December ..... - -- 56 94 4 7 595 59 57 57 so 9 -






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963

MonDay Aer-
Month
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 ae
October....... -- 73 72 72 73 73 73 7375 7371 7273 7472 73 71 71 74 72 74 7.1 -
November..... 70 71 70 70 71 72 72 71 70 70 72 71 72 71 71 72 7272 72 72 72 771 771 7 1 71 71 70 70 70 70 71
December ..... 71 71 71 71 70 770 0 770 70 71 69 69 69 70 71 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 70 71 70 70 70 71 70 69 70
anuay........ 70 70 69 69 7069 69 70 69 71 72 71 69 69 69 70 69 71 71 72 69 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 70 71 72 70
ebruary....... 71 72 7070 0 70 70 69 70 70 7270 70 69 70 69 7070 70 70 70 69 70 71 70 70 69 70 70
March.......... 7170 72 71 7070 70 70 71 70 71 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 71 70 71 70 72 71 71 71 71 7171 71 71
pril.......... 722 27171 7172 71 71 71 72 71 1 717 7171 71 72 2 72 72 73 72 71 7171 71 72 72 72 72
y........... 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72
June .......... 72 71 72 72 7272 7272 722 72 72 73 73 73 72 2 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72
July........... 7272 7272 7272 7272 72 772 72 72 7273 7272 72 72 72 72 7272 722 772 772 72 72 72 72 72 72
August........ 73 72 7273 7272 7272 727272 772 72 72 7272 3 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 727 72 72
September..... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 2 72 72 72 2 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 7 2 72 71 72

23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, October to December 1963
Day Aver-
Month 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516 1 ge
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 age


72 235947
71
70


October ....... 72 2 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 7272 72 72 72 7272 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 7170 70
November ..... 7271 7172 72 72 7271 71 71 72 71 7170 7171 7272 7271 7272 7271 71 7272 72 7070 -
December ..... 71 71 7070 71 70 70 71 707071 71 706970 7070 70 71 71 70 70 7070 71 70 70 71 70











Table 6. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
38, WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BEINN'E, FLA,


Temperature (*?) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31


Aver.
age


October .......
November..... 70 69 71 70 70 7 72 70 70 69 722 2 72 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 70 71 72 70 70 71 71 71 71
December..... 70 71 71 71 71 70 69 71 70 69 71 69 6970 707 717 71 71 71 71 7 7 0 71 70 71 71 71 70 70 70
January...... 70 70 70 70 70 7171 701 7071 7171 7069 7070 7071 1 71 69 70 71 69 66 70 070 70 70 0 72 70
February....... 7 71 71 70 0 71 700 70 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 70 70 70 0 70 67 770 7070 70 69 70
March........ 71 70 70 771 72 70 70 70 71 71 72 72 72 71 71 69 69 70 69 65 62 60 63 6 64 65 64 63 64 64 6
April.......... 72 72 71 71 72 71 71 71 72 72 71 71 70 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 7 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 71
May........... 71 71 71 71 72 71 72 72 2 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 272 72 72 72 7171 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72
June .......... 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 2 72 7273 72 7272 72 72 72 2 72 72 722 7272 7272 72 72
July........... 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 727 2 2 7 7272 2 72 722 7 72 2 72 72
August........ 72 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 2 7 72 72 722 72 72 72 72 72 72
September..... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7 7272 722 772 722 7271 71 72 72 72 72 71 72

38, WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BENIRJE FLA.
Temperature (*F) of water, October to Deceaber 1963

MonthDay Aver
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
October....... 72 72 72 71 72 71 71 71 71 72 71 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 772 2 71 71 71 72 7171 72 71 71 70 70 71
November..... 72 70 71 72 71771 7171 771 1 71 7 0 7070 070 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 72 72 72 70 71 71
December ..... -- -- -- -- 70 70 69 70 0 7070 70 70 71 70 70 69 -


Month


4 5








Table 6. Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake
(See figure 3 for station location)
A-Surface sample; B-Bottom sample; C-Depth integrated sample
(Analyses for stations 1 to 6 by Florida State Board of Health)

Station 1 _Station 4
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 7100 9700 11-16-61 15100 17200
11-17-61 6000 7400 11-17-61 4500 7100
11-20-61 2300 7400 11-20-61 3300 5300
11-22-61 2950. 4500 11-22-61 4200 4800
11-28-61 1350 6000 11-28-61 3250 3250
11-30-61 1890 2730 11-30-61 3180 3270

.12-04-61 180 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500
12-08-61 1100 2800 12-08-61 2000 2000
12-20-61 810 540 12-20-61 810 550
01-04-62 92 470 01-04-62 550 660
01-16-62 160 270 01-16-62 220 220
01-23-62 31 200 01-23-62 270

01-30-62 45 92 01-30-62 140 140
02-20-62 58 70 02-20-62 220 220
03-13-62 48 70 03-13-62 145 145

Station 2 Station 5
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 4100 7100 11-16-61 15000 14800
11-17-61 9200 7000 11-17-61 6000 7100
11-20-61 4900 12500 11-20-61 6000 4500
11-22-61 4450 9000 11-22-61 3950 3950
11-28-61 2750 3600 11-28-61 3500 8000
11-30-61 2960 4810 11-30-61 3420 3400

12-04-61 3300 3500 12-04-61 1400 4100
12-08-61 1650 2000 12-08-61 2400 2000
12-20-61 980 750 12-20-61 1400 1300
01-04-62 270 750 01-04-62 750 550
01-16-62 410 470 01-16-62 410 280
01-23-62 290 270 01-23-62 210 270

01-30-62 110 145 01-30-62 160 980
02-20-62 145 155 02-20-62 230 1450
03-13-62 110 15 03-13-62 210 1850
Station 3 Station 6
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 10000 12500 11-16-61 14000 10000
11-17-61 6000 14800 11-17-61 5400 8500
11-20-61 4900 4900 11-20-61 5300 15100
11-22-61 3000 3150 11-22-61 4000 4150
11-28-61 3250 3400 11-28-61 3300 3300
11-30-61 2770 2720 11-30-61 3400 3400

12-04-61 1100 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500
12-08-61 1100 1650 12-08-61 2400 2400
12-20-61 1300 550 12-20-61 660 430
01-04-62 270 410 01-04-62 470 550
01-16-62 270 230 01-16-62 410 410
01-23-62 250 260 01-23-62 260 330

01-30-62 140 190 01-30-62 190 210
02-20-62 180 210 02-20-62 310 1750
03-13-62 145 180 03-13-62 210 1550

Station 7 Station 8 Station 9
Date C Date C Date C
12-11-61 8550 12-11-61 2150 12-11-61 4275
02-05-62 325 02-05-62 182 02-05-62 975
05-09-62 80 05-09-62 90 05-09-62 8.0
09-12-62 64 09-12-62 48 09-13-62 5.2
10-10-62 46 10-10-62 36 10-11-62 8.0













-V


L-...


Table 7, Records of rainfall in the Econfine Creek besin area.
Meeasred by standard S-in. precipitation gage (U.S. Weather Bureau).
Rainfall In inches. At Hurst's farm (30*32' N. 85132' ,. see fig. 6).



.1 1 .- 36
.. .. ........ .t9 .1......


0.0 .. 0
S. .. .. .....29 1. L _32 ,'
i .. I ; .3 .. ... .. .



I I t -. .0 .10
;- i t 6





.03 .08 .Bi
9 Li .0I 2 .4 .

S r. r. .0 ..







1963
1.- Ap M J I-









_. 4 -, .4 -. -, _J
02.. -.. ." ...To9


2 .____ .8. 32 .










e,_- "- be _i-- her_ .. ,-:w -
-- -------.,---- -- --" ....







II--T 1 -.o. o .... -. ... I !.!0"
11.09
7-


323 04


21 .06r__ -47 w---i1










.8 3.17 3.59 1 7.02 1 0~ ~- ~o 3.38 6.
"enord bgifns here
*e-lmoipte record
X-e.-No record










Table 7 continued


At Si1emore's farm (30*30' N. 85*35' ;:. see fig. 6).


1962

...ss .. Cr- -Jl-- t 4Sct- M- a-
N.R. .20
-- .40 do

S ~ _.o do


6 .. d. .o .1.
S.20





.20 o
11 1 1.30 1 do

l -3 ".'' ... .... ... .. .. ...... ... ..3....1.d .o.... .20

S1.5 .40 .1

i- -- j jd-'- o.1 d._



+-F -----.--- -.---- t. .dt o 0 9 .0


__...... .... "~ do-


---.. o .

67 14.25 7.85 2.61 .10 2.01 5.50 2.50
1963


0 ... 58 .
Q. :0.58.
00.58

I._ ,.58_
0 0.58
[IL


19 .20 1.94
r2*2------




L0 1
23 2


L i -_

.-.0 .._____



*Record begins here
N.R.-No record


Feb. Har. Apr. May

.30


.08


-72


OS


I


2.03


2.38


Oct.


Nov.


1.30
101


.15


19JL .
.19 1 .40


1 r 12


-.1
-12


1.72 1


.5 I


.05


0.1 0.41


0.13


_I


June July Aug. Sept,
S.88 .15I


1 117


11


I.50
TWb


2.R3 1 3.42 1 H.31 111.9S I N








Ta'bl 7 contltu1m


At I. .. Enf1naer's farm (30*24' N. 83'33' W. *ee tfi. 6).


jna T J.. 1 .. M r. ..... r. .. .. .. .... Ju .. A .t n .. .t ..a I
" --" --- .. 28 -...


.. ..4.... .
L
I

42 4- 4 2--9 : *
_" .. .__ __ -- .. '.. ... I 2

__ __ 19 *t "
15 ....._+ ,- .......0 t+ *.0 _,__-_,_, -.__
. .. 4 I -. .10,* I .. ..
S .i
. ^ l -- -+ [ -+ i- [ t l 1
4 -- i. J -




**13 ** .----- --^--- L-__ -
.- 4 ..
.I .. -. -.- .-. ... .. ... _. ... .0 !2
.. .. -..20
..2- ... .... | jI L .. ..... .. 8.. ....





11-3


19t3


I-41L "
_'-
3!


^f; -I
.4 50


Lt ___.
i-i T,--,
[".-t-Jl-20
L-L-..-t ?
ii< i_
'"W'' 'T~Ty

1^1~L


K.


tlord begitnm here


r I r I r


.10


1.24


2,00
0.L0


0.08


032
0.30


O.0l


1.5


0.07


0.48


S0.20


I (


do.

do


22


b -- I wgr I Iu ~ ~ ~ r I.* u lnr~~r rr-I~rL_ r


~--t-----


Ac- -zr_JC0ir


r-, .,...


-~-rt-c


1Y


A Aw


__.MKL_


. ?


O.MO





Table 8. Record of vells in the
Well number: See figure for explanation of well-numbering system.
Owner: C, county; I, industry; H, municipality; P, private; S, state;
., U.S. Government.
Depth of well: Reported unless otherwise noted by M, measured by
U.S. Geological Survey.
Well finish! 0, cased to aquifer, open hole in aquifer; 5, sand
point; T, screen.
Method of drilling: C, cable tool; D, dug; e, driven; J, Jetted; R,
rotary; V, reverse rotary; X, other or unknown.
Type of pump: C, centrifugal; J, Jet; ., none; 5, submergible; T,
turbine.
Use of water; D, domestic; I, industrial; R, irrigation; P,
municipal or public supply; T, test or observation.
Aquiter(s): F, Floridan; 8, secondary artesian aquifer; W, water-
table aquifer.
Altitude of land-surface datum: To tenth of a foot If determined by

C'asLiing .I Water level

1 2 11


BAY COUIT


Econftna Creek Basin ere*.
precision leveling; to a foot, interpolated from topographic maps.
Water level: To tenth of a foot it measured by vet-tape method or if
taken from recorder chart. To nearest foot, if measured by pressure
gage or air line. Reported measrrement (R),


Chemical analyses available: C, complete; E, complete end bacterio-
logical; P, partial.
Yield and drawdownm Reported unless noted by M, measured by U.S.
Geological Survey.
Remarks Owner's well number: I?, International Paper Company; LB,
Long Beach; H, Mi vll e; S, St. Andrew; U, U.S. "aWy )ine Defense
laboratory; W or Ugi, Florida Geological Survey. Lgloer resis-
tivity and/or spontaneous potential; G, samg ray; L, geologists
and/or samples available; V, current meter; H 5, hydrogen sulfide
taste and odor. A 5-9-62, sampling date of chemical analysis listed.


Y956-524-l41
- (295645o0852439 1

956-525-221
(29565710852507.1:

956-525-223
(29565310852508.1:

001-532-213
(30014700853230.1;

003-531-333
(30031080853105.1

003-534-113
(30034 'W085345 5.1;
(30035850853539.1
003-535-121A
(30035800853539. 2
V', A Refer to aI


1961 610


**. 447


304


1959 645 345 16

1941 437 356 12
1902 661 356 12


on o well Tmberint syl


12


12.2


16.0


21.2


10.5


27,8

24.2
24.2


or iner1retato


-12


-10.32


-6.50


-34


6-4-53


4-14-61


4-14-61


10-22-62


-17.06 4-30-62


-90.44

-20
-67.22


10-21-62

11-15-41
10-21-62


of veill numbers.


96


E --




C--


- 72.5


735 3







500 96


S --


W-2939, L, A 5-9-62


W-2275,L


-- IA 5-9-62


E A 2-1-62


W-4982, L, A 1-2020-9

t-59,L,E,A 7-31-50 Destroyed
S1-9-62












Table c Cosli .e

wager level
YI ~1 I Ct Wdtr trv ol't ""' I ^



8 I 5i


_lil il il ill I.i Ijllfll lfl_


004-533-442
(30041010853305,1

004-535-323
U2 544. 1
004-535-333
(300407M853555.1


004-435-3540

(3004043853517.2:

004-536-214
(3004530853621.1
006525-224
(30064910852504.1

006-536-224
(3006403880853604.1
006-536-423
(30061930853614.1
006-537-131
(30064310853759.1

006-540-412
(30063050854017.1
007-535-144
(300705N0853538.1


1958 350

1954 487
1965 738
1941 435

1962 174 1
1941 435
1961 653


1958 44









1959 --

1961 500


1j196(l6 165


- 0

16 0

4 0


8.0

30.9

30.9
24.2

29.3

26.2
26.2


31.2

9.6

10

11.0

16.2

16.1

11.8


*33

-74.,1

-101.9

-34.40

-27.5
-124.9


4-11-61

4-11-61

4-11-61

10- 9-62

9-215-4
2-26-62


-74.48 10-21-62

4.0 7-10-61




-41.71 2- 8-63

-43.2 4-U1-61

-39.00 10-21-62

-40 1 12-15-48


-11
732

1,050
1,100



817
1,087


839

220









515


160


109

180
212



126
205


141

4







50

58


97


400 *--

508 6 *-

508l 172 19
500 S


15 -- -

500
500


620 -

















F- -


A 3-21-59

U-3371, L,ALI-15-55,Dstroyed

A 5-20-65
1-590, L, A 7-31-50

, 0, L, V, -787
V-588, L,E, A 7-31-50, Destroy6e
A 11-22-61


A 1-19-59

A 8-9-62







A 4-30-62

1-5812, L, A 5--62


f-1859, L, A 6-1950






Table 8 Continued

Casing Water level a
8 -' A ?0

Well U o ff
fa abil Z 8 U 49%0 0 00 a 0 b 1. 4afi l

j s & & J 35 & .Y ", sig s ^s i ? 3? i
___ a a
__ __ aj i 6__ _
u 44
a a U' i


007-535-334A
(300705110053537.1)

007-535-3343
(30070510853537.2)

007-543-113
(30074810854353.1)

007-544-122
(300757M0854432.1)

007-544-422
(3007290854405.1)

008-535-143
(300833N0853541.1)

008-536-122
(300859)10853633.1)

008-536-132
(30084410853651.1)

008-536-142
(300044110853633.1)

008-536-241
(300038r10854608.1)

008-536-414
(30082010853617.1)

008-536-442
(300809110853601.1)


76 H


380


400







317 H


78 H


501


501







285


8.5


10


12.9


10


20


30


10


22


18.6


30


25


22.3


-8.96




-25.28







-132.29


-15.11

-..---.



-144.42







-116.28


1-29-63




10-19-62







5-17-63


1-10-62




6-26-63







2- 4.64


1280


6


73


4050


417


U-1747, L,A 1-29-63


A2-19-63


A 2-14-62


IP-22, A 6-26-63


IP-23, A 6-26-63


W-224, L, E, G


20


8

----



----


_ _I~_~~~.. ...~m~_..-.-r---n--C~~--- -~-1---I *---i------~











Table 8 Contixnud am-



r I


I i jj i 1 i i 1


_____ ii i ilb.i a a an.. lli___


29

347




128

28







72




47

90


W11., daeroyed, A~98

1-5, A 2-19-48

P-3, destroyed

IP-2, A 8-21-63

11-6, A2-19-48

P-7, destroy

ZP-1 test, W-140, L,
detroyed

I-1, destroyed, A2-19-48




A 5-8-62

A 2-14-62


008-536-444
(30080700853608.1
006-537-232
(30064510853720.1

008-537-234
(30083450853722.1

008-537-241
(30064250853713.1

008-537-242
(30064250853701.1

0068537-342
(30082410853731.1:

008-537-343
(30081930853743.1:

008-537-421
(30082690853709.1:

008-537-422
(30082910853705.1;

008-543-423
(30081680854310.1;

008-44-444
(3008070854404. 1
008-545-127
(3 00846854534. 1


506


361

510

361

490

520

350

780




380


140

140

200


25

15.2

13.4

29.0

22

10

10

6

20

5

10

14


-99 p


-117 1

-126.57




-92.59


-116.55

3 1










.22.68


5-15-42

6- -37

5-23-42




8-20-36

5-23-42

1930










12-14-61


---



----I


722















465

.-- I





Table 8 Continued

aing Water level
rU,

number A ii- I I z aV mak
1w. a a
0 A 1 S
ot *- o -'- a-1$
a( r a n a.. I -a B ,YIL
go rg a U I 301 540
ii"^ S S .-. | s^ -'gn SS 'U Un UI O 'U S'* B
____ I aS | .i Z l I I | I
M l- -. Id p.-
~lla~ sa xg L sa,


008-545-214
(30084660854519.1

008-545-224
(30084880854505.1;

008-545-242
(30083810854501.1:

009-533-331
(30091010853357.1

009-533-342
(3009p80853335.1:

009-534-331
(30091010853459.1:

009-534-332
(300910N0853446.1:

009-534-342
(30090810853436.1:

009-534-433
(30090400853427.1:

009-534-441
(30091350853414.1:

009-535-332
(30091210853551.1:

009-535-341
(300910H0853537.1:


210


201


180


201


202


205


203


205


206


213


8


5


5

26.8


13g.9


29.8


31.5

32.2


28.2


32.8

28.1


27.1


-4.80

-4.48

-22.76


-109.28


-92.43


-115.80


-115.55


-116.63


-113.85


-118.26


-67.5 I


-57 1


1-29-63

1-29-63


12-19-61


10-18-62


3- 2-62


10-18-62


10-18-62'


10-18-62


10-18-62


10-18-62

4-21-48


5- 4-48


78

3620







490


11


1090


106


19.5


56


654 H


700

433


433 1


609 M


663 b


776 t

470


5561


A 1-29-63


A 1-29-63


A 1- 4-62


IP-37, A 11-16-61


IP-39, W-5369, L,
A 8-21-63

IP-32


1P-33

IP-35

IP-36


1U-38

IP-26,L

1P-27









TIblu I Contlnuwd
CCa.tns Water evsl ,

*B 5 a-'l s l'j a S s *
numb r Rurk
IIU b 3 j I S 9
Sr L il j II

____^ ss I sll IJ- ilili I_______


009-535-431
(30091110853525.1
009-535-441
(3009100853511.1:
009-536-123
(300950N0853645.1:
009-536-133A
(30093710853656.1
009-536-133B
(300936N0853655.1
009-536-142A
(30094330853635.1:
009-536-142B
(300943N0853635.2
009-536-143A
(30093710853644.1
009-536-143B
(300937H0853644.2
009-536-213A
(300949N0853626.1
009-536-213B
(300949N0853626.2
009-536-233A
(300937H0853626.1
009-536-233B
(300937N0853626.2


34.7

28.3

30

30

30

24.0

25

24.6

25

27.6

30

32

32


-122.63

-129.61




-24 1




-B3.80




-98.06




-95.16




-60 I


10-18-62

10-18-62




3-24-49




2-4-64




2-4-64




4-23-42




12-1941


-------- /


318


R T


I T



R T






RN

R T

R T

R T
R, T

R 'N

R T

R T


9

10.5


19 I --- -I


.. 360


550

402 3


P-30

I-31, A 8-21-68

P29, A U1-16-61

P-28

W-2407, L

Z- I-14, A date unknown

- I-13, A dat unknown

- P-12, A date unknown

- P-11, A date unknown

- I-16, A 8-21-63

- P-15, A 8-21-68

- IP18, A 7-20-45

- IP-19, A 2-19-48


(l
ch


300

299





Table 8 Continued

p asing Water level
)S i I lgS 8 ,B S "8 se
a t

number V Re ark 1 3
w 01 0 Owrk
4' "4 a 4 .4 -


_09 w 01 iB 44
e 3 B Sa a_ S ___5
____ s d a C6 g f a
U A :" 1. k


009-536-312A
(300925N0853651.1

009-536-312B
(300925N0853651.2

009-536-3120
(300930N0853648.1

009-536-313
(300919N0853656.1

009-536-331A
(300910N0853653.1

009-536-331B
(300912N0853655.1

009-536-342
(300910N0853634.1

009-536-441
(300912N0853614.1

009-536-443
(300906N0853613.1

009-537-133A
(300936N0853759.1

009-537'-133B
(300931N0853759.1

009-537-1330
(300931N0853758.1

009-537-134
(300932N0853751.1


520


90


67.5


79

503


148


501


501


23 M


98


135


375


170


R N


R N


R T


R N


R T


E N


R T


R T


E 0


R T


R T


R T


R T


-I W
w


I W


w


I F



I s
I T




- W


P W


P 8


P F


P S


28.3


30


25


30


27.1


30


12.9


19.6


25


30


30


30


30


-106.84











-110 ,




-100


-86.5


-6.58


-12.5 1


-12.5 E


-113.71

-11


2-4-64










1944







4-31-48


1-29-63


1936


1936


10-18-62


1936


160










420





115











195


28


13


15


18


30





41





18


20


16,!


16


15


--


--


---


7--

--


---


--


9


*-*


----


--


----


---


IP-10, abandoned,
A 2-19-48

IP-17, abandoned
A 2-19-48

IP-21, A 8-21-63


IP-8, A date unknown


IP-20, A 7-20-45


W-854, L


IP-24, A 8-21-63


IP-25, L


A 1-29-63


M-2, A 11-15-61


M-3 A 11-15-61


M-5 A 11-15-61


M-1, W-151, L,
A 5-7-62










rki* Cahiu~d

0C" ta Water level

U NP 'I 4= 4 .
well 3Y
1 3
I ? s f*; I
~ ~ V 1 ~ 1 Q $ f u
I I in
r ] i, I P
i is k I sh J i i il I 1____
81j~~ f _______ v bt 8


009-537-244
(3009330853701.1
009-537-312
(30092610853750.1
009-538-222
(3009561053803.1
009-538-224
(3009460853801.1
009-539-134
(3009310853947.1;
009-539-143
(3009330853944. 1
009-539-243
(30093210853916.1
009-539-313
(30092210853955.1:
009-539-321
(3009263053945.1
0091539-431A
(30091410853930.1;
009-539-4313
(30091410853930.2
009-539-431C
(30091510853927.1


30

30

36.4

32.6

13

20

5

5

20

20

20

20


-28.5 I

-99 I












13.1

-45

-24.04
... ...


4- 1-44

4-20-55
12- 7-61
10-18-62




5- 8-36

4-1958

1908

5- 8-43

10-13-62


79

148

580

512

54

630

385

300

480

98 1

40

357


1P-9, A 2-19-68

S.-4 V-824, L,
1 11-15-51

X-7, 1-3503, Le.
A 5-7-62

3-6, A 1U-1-61


D royed, reported in
M8 4th Annual Rpt.
A 10-16-62

Destroyed

S L-214

A. 1-6-6

A 1-4-64


-71 3 8-30-58




Table 8 Continued
Casing waterr level

A w 310 Z
==br a II a.
o ? 1 ^1 ; B5 6
5d. w 0 -
UUI u8 8-o r t: Q

U U EU E
A I li %P a
a m be S. g ,i e aE. M W ^ e o u u o a
_____ I J J S


009-54-311
(300923S0854459.1

010-536-332
(30101280853646.1
010-536-343
(30100000853643.1

010-537-321
(30102880853745.1

010-541-112
(30105710854149.1

010-541-344
(30100630854135.1

010-542-212
(30105910854217.1

010-545-234
(301030190854520.1

010-545-412
(30102550854519.1

010-545-414
(3010191 854519.1
010-548-124
(30104610854835.1;
010-548-232
(301041110854817.1;


P 1962 535

1 1962 86

1 1953 85

P 1963 315

H 1956 598

8 1936 253

M 444

U 1965 483

U 1943 604

U 1952 605

P 1947 434

P 1950 450


294

60

42

230

223


10

32

32

30

10

26.3

10.0

10
i'
10

10

7.9

10.9


-48.57

-21.92




-79.51

-78.0 I

-35.6
-70.26

-23 1

-32.93

-14 F
-41

-30
-46

-67.1

-73.9


10-18-62

1-18-64




12- 5-63

10- 5-54

8-20-36
10-18-62

11-17-42

2-19-65

6-1943
2-14-62

1-30-52
2-14-62
4-12-61

4-12-61


1180

12u0

397


--- --i4



70 ---

20 -

35 --




235 257

250 264

9 151

---- t9


400

250 M

350

350

200

200


---5
653 8


8-21-63

IP-40 A 8-21-63

12-34




W-3648, L, 8-8
A 11-14-61
A 8-20-36


S-3, 1-684, 1,
A 11-13-61

S-3, V, W-7352

US-1, VgL-200, A 1-12-51

0S-2, W-2902, L.
A 7-6-56

18-1, W-1378, L,
A 58-62

U8-2, W-2238, L










Tall. 1 Ca0tliuid
-. Cdaj 6 ~ If lvel

.. L i.... IC I


S3| 5 j i

!____, i j IP iIi .I ., ____


011-42-411
(301123M0854230.1

011-t52-414
(301123I1M4218.1:

011-542-24
(301122M04205. 1]

011-542-441
(3011164loa423.1l

011-542-4444
(301101MlO54207.1

011-542-444B
(301111M4A206.1

011-545-414
(3011161054521.1

012-540-311
(3012260854059.1

012-541-213
(301250O054128.1

012-545-322
(3012271m854533.1

012-530-3314
(301210M055059.1

012-550-331B
(3012100855059.2

012-551-321
(30122606oS511. I


13.0

15.3

13.6

10

13.6


10

10


14

4.0


3

28.5

20


-86.60


-46 I

-31.2 I
-89.85



-11 3
-99.16

-23 1

-8.61

-14


-7.96




-25.11


644

603

640

610

330

438

87.5

234


345


103

590


-630--

430


10-19-62


8- 1-43

7-24-43
10-19-62



10-1242
10-19-62

11-16-42

12- 7-61

4-29-58

2-15-62




2-16-62


630

440

284










426
.- [

[w


102

76

74


92


17

104

12

6







113


34


423 10

423 10

426 10

418 12

220 10

213 10

-- 3

145 6

326 6




306 6




257 6


* fc!

* 78

C 78




- 74

C--


C 72












C 75
- -


7---
7





--.








-- I


8-6, 9-17. A U1-I-61

5-5, 9-816. L.
A 11-14-61

8-4, -.813. L,
A 7-21-43

8-7, VIi-217,
A 11-1--61

S-1. 9-665, L,
A 11-9-61

S-2, 1-683, L,
A 5-7-62

A 1-21-63

-4690,I, A 5-7-62

1-685, 7.

W-933, ., I i, oI ru

9-852, L, 0, 4,
A 10-24-i

A 1-1-63

I-2959, L


, F
S1







I r

p 7














-



I P
r F r


----'


20 ----


I




TabI 8a COnflCnucd

Casing Water level --- --------
S ,, g

wuber a u -H
,i S k I .L 0? .s _' ,'
al Q

a ? Re i marks

a 6 5P C C g
SI n e :" i 3
________ I I lj_ ______


012-52-5122 1 S 1952 134
(3012566855236.1

012-552-1223 8 1953 436
(30125650855236.2
013-531432 1953 10
(30131190853120.1

013-550-243 1 1959 364
(301337P0855014.1

013-553-213. H 1961 762
(3013500855322.1
013-553-322 P 1953 466
(30132M80855323. 1

014-528-343 S ----
(30140510852844.1,

014-528-423 I '1946 4960
(30141990852809.1

014-536-312 p 1927 300
(30142710853651.1
014-538-311 1928 497
(30142920853855.1
014-540-223 ..----
(3014480854010.1
014-540-224 U 1943 556
(3014948b854007.1 1

015-532-141U F 1954 106
(30152950853239.1 I


119i

275







342

293















227


6

a

3

16

4

1

i-


8

12




8

2


6 T C S

0 C T P y

> RJ -

0 R T T PF




0 C T ?







0 5 T F







0 T P F
0 C C' x i
p o ;. ,


U1.

10

52.

5.

37.

21

SS

51.2

19.5

1k

8.9

9.1

13.6


-8.67

-5




7 -2.55

6 -29.4

-21







-5.06
-5.88



-3.90 1

-4.35 1

4.2


4-14-61

1953




12-14-61

6-13-61

6- 8-53







8-20-36
8-21-46



0-23-62

0-23-63

4-12-61


---
290







750




31







428

7W4

683

195




1


9 ---

111 22




6







49 15

t6 15




2.5 10


c ---












C ...-







C- -

C. 72
C 78
- -- 7


C --


-- 9-2699, L, E, G'

0 2879, L1
A 5-8-62
9-3000, L, destroyed

12-14-61

1-5681, ., A 5-8-62

0 Y- -2950, L

A 1-28-63

--- 9-1102, I, B.




-863, L, A 5-7-62

SA 8-16-55

-- V-728, L, A 8-16-55

S A5--62
f










Table I Continued

casino Water level
I. 7jlo i i I |? Ir Ygr Llr I |

w e I 3 Ir O O Roark
0 I
r~uinb r .4 Pelis~
___ I 9 I ___N,
Ld IWO", osJ Oi f I V I c
64 I A3


015-532-1415 p
(30152930853239.2

015-532-322 P
(301512WO853234,1
015-535-113 P
(301550N0853558.1

015-535-232 P
(30153810853520.1

015-535-233 P
(30153080853524.1

015-536222A P
(301557M853602.1

015-536-2223 P
(30155730853602.2

015-558-143 P
(30153730855824.1

015-559-222A P
(301554N0855907.1
015-559-222B P
(301554H0855904.1
016-532-322 P
(30162830853231.1
016-535-111 P
(30165810853559.1
016-535-324 P
(301621N0853533.2


5

7.4

7.78

6.6

8

5

5

20

20

20

35

12


-8.84

2.4

0.95
3.01

-5.56
-1.37









-6.5




-17.78

-3.87


12- 6-61

4-12-61

2- 8-62
10-23-62


11- 8-61
1-28-63









1-1964




8- 3-62

1-26-63


160







873


















22




1070


8







248




1200












2.2




30


A 1-26-63




wgl-1669, E, 0

A 1-28-63




Detroyed, A 9-28-62












A 1-26-63




A 1-28-63


15 I

120

509 1

17 1




17

220

420

23

21

30

105


12




213

14




15

187

273

23

21

27


---- 110 80




Table 8 Cohtinued

Casing Water level
,s S

Well U .
number A V V Remarks



_~ ~_____IJ A I I I .JC4 1 r-,J__- _

016-535-342A P 1950 85 50 2 0 R D S 5 ----- ------ ----- 5.5 ------- -- -- A 11-17-61
(301609N0853534.1

016-535-342 P ---- 13 --- 2 N W 5 -5.53 11-17-61 57 3.5 1i C 72 --- -- A 1-28-63
(30161210853536.1 -1.92 1-28-63
016-535-3420 P -- --- --- 2 5 ---- ----- -- 31.5 -- -- -- -- A 11-21-61
(301612N0853536.2
016-535-411 P ---- 34 --- t 8 E N W 10 -7.75 11-17-61 --- 8.5 -- -- -- -- -- A 11-16-61
(301630N0853529.1
016-536-242A P 1951 83 83 2 R J D S 10 ------- -------- -- 5 -- --- *- A 11-17-61
(301643N0853601.1

016-536-242 P ---- 23 20 1 t E D W 10 --------------- 228 5 119 C 70 --- --- A 1-28-63
(301643N0853601.2
016-537-132 P ---- 106 -- 2 0 F 8 -4.18 1-28-63 270 5 146 C 75 5 --- -- A 1-28-63
(301643H0853745.1
016-537-322 P 1963 120 80 2 0 R D P 5 -1.72 1-23-63 274 7 143 C 70 3 -- -- A 1-28-63
(301625H0853735.1
016-538-123 I 1911 435 300 6 0 N T F 4.5 1.5 8-20-36 580 39 184 C 80 -- -- A 5-8-62
(301649N0853845.1
016-541-314 I 1961 370 100 18 0 V T I F 7.9 -2.79 11- 7-61 -- --- 5716, L
(301617N0854152.1
016-541-323 I 1961 307 100 18 0 V T I F 9.6 -4.15 11- 7-61 433 8 238 C 72 504 33 W-5717, L,
(30161710854138.1 A 12-3-62
016-559-411 I 1952 482 -- 8 0 T P F 22.1 -10.59 12-15-61 680 91 220 C 72 100 --- A 5-8-62
(301626N0855925.1

017-534-113 P---- 30 E W 10 ... -- -
(301746N0853457.1











Webl l ConllrMd
C+. a ,tW r l .v.l -






i Iw ,
tAli S2 1 z 38 1 | I OS a 4 3 w
** (- 'l t ^ i
__llL~ll!!iIlLMai iij -ollll-ll ___


017-534-131
(30173910536459. 1

017-534-133
(301742M0653458.1

017-534-311
(30174330853458.1

017-535-133
(3017310853553.1

017-535-1344A
(301731UM853550.1

017-535-1343
(301731D0853548.l

017-535-141
(30174230853545.1

017-535-312
(3017280853551.1:

017-535-331
(301710M0853557.1

017-535-333A
(301705M853558.1

,017-535-3333
(30170530853558.2

017-538-412
(30172430853816.1]


385

330


150


25


25


25


300 1




31 I


107


36 1


22 5


226 3 o -

*.. (- o *


- 2 O K


22 I1 S E


22 1i S J


22 1t S E J


6 0




29 It S E X


95 2 0 RC


37 11 S E


19 1 S E -

!,


D rI



Dr


D t



D i

D V



D W







D

- B


D B


7.6


10


10


1i


13


12


10




11


10


13.5


a


20.0


11.3













8.3




-6.71




-8.65


-6.41


11-21-61


11-21-61















11- 6-61




11- -61




1-27-63


345


3.5







6.5


6.5


7


5




8.5


4


6


7


C 74







* 75 ---




- 71

-75 --







C --


C 71




C


A 5--62







*A 1-2-42


A 12-5-51


A 12-5-61


A 12--61




A 1-2-62


A 1-29-63


A 1-28-63


A 1-27-63




Table 8 Ccntinued

a Cui6 Water Icvl e

mi- .r x 4 It a 3
a I a! -5 --- -, ? l a

j '
0 a P a 2 Id A f% a

I i EI! I ii |! li is os _________


017-551-221
(30175530855112.1

017-551-233A
(30173210855129.1

017-551-2333
(30173640855130.1

018-534-134
(3018370853449.1
018-534-212
(30185410853417.1
018-535-331
(3018100853555.1
018-535-342
(301815)0853536.1
018-539-223
(30185010853914.1
018-551-443
(30180610855108.1
019-527-411
(30192930852726.1

019-527.414A
(301916110852720.1
019-527-4143
(30191710852718.1

019-532-133A
(30193650853257.1


1926

1953




1960







1964

1964




1960

1960


26




300




210

22




190

'410

166

165

197

315


23


147







252


D V

T F

D F

D Fj

D F

D




D F

D F

- F

0 F

T F

P, F


10

5.5

5

10

14.3

15

10

42

13

30

30

33.2

23.0


-2.25

1.40
2.10

1.0

20.0

15.9

-1.30




-2.98

-3.05

9.7

12.6

12.6

8.2


1-27-63

6-16-61
4-23-63

4-14-61

4-13-61

6-13-61

1-28-63




3-28-64


3-28-64

11-30-61

4-14-61

4-14-61

3-1"4-62


62




755







12


13




116




7




8

--- I


231









---4


-.


.... 1 K--




245 2 13

320 3.


- I--





C -

C 72


~-Iii


A 1-27-63




A 5-8-62




A 12-6-61

A 1-28-63

A 11-17-61

V,-7373, L

V-7370, L

&S, A 11-30-61

obs

A 5-8-1952

A 5-8-62











Table 8 Conlinuid

0 ading Wtr leve l



Well 0.% %d
S ^ 3 -7 G ?
veil j- ? i.. U

etuinbet 3 .8 : |^a '3 S : 3 r
S w U U
S4Ad
.. 4.4 U4 4'4 < 0 4.rt s s j *a s l i s a t

_____I 5 _~iil3 H >^ S~~ii_ I !________


019-532-1331
(30193610833257.2

019-534-214
(3019460853442.1

019-545-121
(3019531085445.1:

019-545-143
(30193610854540.1

021-324-341
(302112M0852440.1

021-526-212
(30215930852622.1

021-526-214
(30214710832620.1

021-526-324
(30212210852636.1

022-526-443
(302201=0852613.1

023-526-223A
(302351110852611.1

023-526-223B
(30235110852611.1

023-529-221
(30235411852911.1
023-S32-124
(30235010853235.1


23.0

12.7


18

9.9


65

74.6


85

65.3




102.6


102


130

95


8.0


7.7


-2.05


-2.20




-4


-14.51

3.52


-14.31


3.0







-8.28


3-14-62

1. 2-62


1-27-63


4-14-61




3-25-50

9-25-46


11-30-61


1-26-63


3- 2-61







12- 6-61


310


366


35


150













36










24


3.,

4


7.8

3.2













4.1










3.


C 72

C 70


C 68

C-























C 72
- *


A 5-8-62


A 1-12-65


A 1-27-63


A 1-8-62

W-2982, L, I, destroyed,
oil urte

W-2143, t







A 1-26-63

L


1-4920, L, 8, destroyed,
oil teae

W-3753, L, I, destroyed
oil test

A 1-26-63


O


248


144


17

140


4834

183


412


184'

30


160


4748


5000

23


10)




14





148


166







27


161

383


390

20





Table 8 Continued

CaUing Water level
Sii T is
14 6
Y rr
S k 0 a l0 4 I

ae a .9 8 & I 3
Ji R e-li) i eml lrks
0 V
Is0
w4*4Ca-


023-533-433
(302302N0853325.1:

024-535-341A
(30241250853538.1:

024-535-341B
(302412N0853538.2

025-525-213A
(30254910852529.1

025-525-213B
(30254910852529. 2

025-533-114A
(302545N0853349.1

025-533-114B
(30254510853349.2

025-541-133
(302538N0854154.1

025-542-321
(30252510854240.1

026-525-341
(30260800852542.1

026-525-342A
(302610N0852533.1

026-525-342B
(302610N0852533.2

026-530-442
(30261010853011.1


P ---


P --.


P 1962


P 1955


I 1955


p ----


P ----


P ..--


S----
8I----


p ----


P ----




P ----


92


50


212


153 1


4531


96 I


28 I


37 I





300


170


34
!0


2 0 -


14 S E


2 0 R


4 0 R


9 R


2 0 -


14 S E


It S E


2 -


3 0-


2 0 -


2 --


1 S E


N F 14.


N W 103


- 0 F 103


N T S 139.9


N' -- 140-


N I? go


N W 90


-D W 92


- W 90


T D F 155


J D S 155


N T W 155


- D W 138


5 8.4 4-14-61


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


-56.40 7-31-62


-12.6 3- 2-61





-58.63 4-23-62


-20.25 4-23-62


-25.02 1-26-63


-7.1 4-15-61



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




-20.79 11-30-61


-5.59 1-26-63


295


92


189















33





240


200





16


16


-2.5















3.5





1.7


1.0





1.


154


1I


9S















6





11


9:



3-


C 69


C 69


C 73















C 69





C--


C -





C 68


15


--


--


...


--


...


...


--


"..


--


x 8.4


--


--


...


---


...


...


--


...


--


---


--


---


-- A -8-62


- A 11-2-62


SA 11-2-62


L


W-3433, L, E, il test,
destroyed







- A 1-27-63





- A 5-0-62


- A 5-8-62





- A 1-26-63


18 Is 15








Table 8 Coantnu ed
C int Water level


5 1 Ill/l / I I I I f ,-,,-
tI'; I ? i I t I I s ,, i Il
m5s i 5 I I


014-523-244 I -- 16
(30163510852307.1
026-522-313 I -- 1610
(302622M0852258.1



959-521-113 S -- 260
(29595230852158.1
006-511-132 L 1961 578
(30066440851146.1
008-521-444 1961 361
(3006012652103.1:


P --.

7 ---

1 ----

P 1961
.rm


*10.44 1.26-63

1.26 1-26-63




-23.30 12- 8-61





Ci-Im rcun'


72 I

12 I

350

211 1

300


028-S25-2434,
(302s335"2510. 1
028-525-2431
(30283310852510.2
028-25-414
(302823M110 5220.1
029-524-133
(3023610M52458.1
033-523-431
(303312 ir2323.1i


2 D 1, 2









4 1 0 a SD 253




1 8 E I D 77

13 I N ----




4 0 1 J D F 10

12 0 R T P r I .is

3 0 S D 7 52


A 1-26-83

S- A 1-26-63


-- -6-62








-- 1-283

94178, L, I




-* A 5-14-3

-5710, L, A 5-9-62

A 5-1-63


11 37




1--.3






4 3






13 121

88 262

4


-3.23 1-28-63 25


----------------------------- ---I



--- ------ 458

-20.0 7-10-61 760

-18 1 5-1961 361


C--

C -

C -





Tlble 8 Conltnued


035-522-112 P 1963 168
(3035570852249.1
035-523-124A P ---- 45
(30355180852334.
035-523-1248 P --- 57
(30355110852336.1
035-523-212 11941 -
(303559X0852319.1
036-523-414A P 1955 168
(30362080852316.1
036-523-414 P11959 265
(30362210852320.


024-556-121 P .---.
(30245310855637.1
024-556-123 P ..----
(30244910855639.1
026-532-311A U 1962 56
(30262910853253.1
026-532-311B U 1962 23
(302629X0833253.2


-0
0








.

0

?


D0 195

D 1 220

- V 212

T V 190

T 7 190

DI 7 260



D F 10

D F 10

T F 39.2

T WV 39.3


JACOMKO COUMI



-39.90 12- 8-61

-27.34 12- 8-61

-37.41 12- 8-61

-82.17 12- 8-61

-135 p 5-26-59

UASHUlcG2OI COinIY
1 .9 3-29- 61
13.7 1-15-62

1u.6 1-15-62

-17.501 9-21-62

-17.73 9-21-62


230



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83


17









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2. 3


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-
70


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A 5-6-62








1-6280, L, A 9-20-62

L, A 9-21-62


I










Tablh I Conlinued


Remarks


L. A 9-16-63

L, A 9-24-62

L, A 9-24-2

V-7357, L, A 9-27-62




W-2926, L, oil Uet,
destroyed
W-2884, L, i, oil tst,
destroyd

1-7355, L, A 9-25-62

I.

W-547, L

WgL-449, L

W-7353 9 W-7371, L

I-7354, L, A 9-18-62


U
a


Water level


Yell


026-542-211
(302658N054223.1

027-533-422A
(30272530853302.1

027-533-4223
(3027253853302.2

028-532-223
(30285050853212.1
028-539-311
(302824110853957.1
028-543-321
(3028263854344.1
028-551-344
(3028031855135.1:
029-532-431A
(302910M853228.1:

029-532-4318
(302910110853228.2:

029-536-142
(302943N853634.1:

029-550-342
(302914M3O55031.1:

029-550-411
(30292610855030. 1

030-531-241A
(3030381853115.1:


j~Iir



;a-


128.2

128.4

119.8

134

125.9

77.4

U7.2

117.0

55

100

103


105

97

49

102




187

273

81

33

24




102

94


145 I

110 I

52 1

118 I

168

5024




106 a

62 9

120

485

190


116 1


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.45.24

-19.86

-15.51

-83.36

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-4




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140.3 -88.56


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130

124

188









129












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9-16-63

10- 2-62

10- 2-62

10- 2-62

1955







10- 2-62

9-26-62

6-1940




6-24-63


9-19-62


I


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2

2.c

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030-531-24113
(303038M0853115.2
030-531-424A U
(30302W10863103.1
030f531-424B 0
(303021N0853103.2
030-535-422A U
(303025IM53505.1
030-535-40232
(303025J10853505.2
030-539-342 P
(303015110853936.1
031-535-233 U
(30313110853528.1
031-535-242 P
(30313910853505. 1
032-532-432 p
(30320910853222.1
032-547-242 P
(303242$0854703.1
'034-537424 P
(30341710853602.1
034-544-233 P
(303437108.54430.1


I


76

107

42

150 1

26 I

20 I

123

4826

16 p

4720

308

180


k I


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number


I


0 J

0 J

T J

0 P.

T J

5 -

T R

06

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0 R

0 R

0 -


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d .0
96 0



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Continued


I,


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IL


I


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C 71



C 74

C 73

C 70

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N T

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N -

J o

N -


K
K.
K
0
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I


S140.2

74.9

75.0

66.1

67.5

145

76.0

110

80

140.7

255

187


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-55.85

-28.71

-27.44

-10.38

-5.61

-17.20

-16.94



-10.11



-179.78

-35 P


9-19-62

10- 2-62

10- 2-62

9- 6-62

9- 6-62

1-27-53

18- 2-62



12-13-61



5-31-62

6-1940


37

149



210

61

16

111


1

2



2

1

2

4


I


L, A 9-19-62

W-7356, L, A 9-20-62

L

Wg1-1664, L, E,
A 9-5-62
L, A 9-6-62

A 1-27-63

W-7358, L, A 9-13-62

9-1758, L, Z. oil test,
destroyed


W-2913, 1



W-548, L











T7bla I Continued
C46thog yctt e level -



-:
5 sis g s ^ o c i I I'



~_____ 5 I s A 3 5 a s a i i g b____
I. r *c ________


035-534-311
(3035270853454.1:

035-535-322
(30352710853534.1

036-534-132
(303643N0853452.1:

036-551-133
(30363713055157. 1

037-535-313
(30372010853554,1

037-542-l43
(30373210854243.1

037-542-431A
(30371430854226.1

037-542-431B
(30371430854226.2

038-537-221
(30385850853709.1

038-541-332
(303812M0654149.1

040-550-143
(30403730855039.1:

041-538-412
(304130M0853816.1;

041-545-214
(30415010854519.1


20S


270


120


67


100


46


46.3


46.1


82


42


82


37


120


*9.94




-13.53




-180
-53.93


-12.5


-18.70










-51.47





-70


11-24-61




11-24-61




1911
1-18-62


1906


3-29-61










2-13-62





1932


290


45




230
















244





34.7


2.4


7.2




2










835




3





3


---


--


--










--r







---


256




---


12,5


275

30


6020


233


190


206 k




630


175


193


W170


12.5


220




337




135


202





115




117


274


1-877, L, A 5-8-62


A, 1-27-63


V-1637, L, oil test,
plugged

A 5-6-62










A 4-16-62




V1g-1381 i V-7388, L,
A date umnkoum

W-3650, L, E, oil test,
destroyed

Wg5-584, A 12-9-53


1932 180




Table 8 Continued

CCsins2 Watecr level.
r ua
I ca r.

.10 o a Ae C a
Well Uu a- .
Iwo s Rmarks
m~br oor u 9 C6 Imirir
uu
A u Is 41 u










Table 9. Measurement of water levels in the Econfina Creek Basin area.
A. Periodic measurements


well te Water Date tWater water
Date Dte Date Date
number level level level level

BAY COUNTY

956-525-221 4-14-61 10.32 1- 8-62 10.95 9-17-62 10.37 8-28-63 10.67
295657N0852502.1 7-11-61 11.55 2-26-62 11.19 11- 5-62 10.98 10-21-63 10.92
8-30-61 11.00 4-16-62 10.69 1- 7-63 10.60
10-16-61 11.30 6- 7-62 11.50 3- 4-63 10.53
11-27-61 11.75 7-30-62 11.23 4-22-63 11.22

003-534-113 11- 6-61 93.45 1- 7-63 69.20 3- 4-63 109.12 4-22-63 79.94
30034680853454.1

004-535-434 9-25-46 27.5 1-17-49 47.8 3-16-62 119.7 8-27-63 115.7
300404"0853517.1 10-22-46 27.3 3- 7-49 65.7 6- 6-62 128.7 10-21-63 121.7
11-20-46 34.7 10-24-49 76.6 7-31-62 80.7
4-18-47 31.9 1-30-50 60.8 9-18-62 108.7
9- 5-47 22.2 6-19-50 93.6 11- 5-62 84.7
4-16-48 49.0 3-17-50 74.1 1- 7-63 84.7
5-17-48 62.8 6- 7-50 92.6 3-22-63 94.7
10-21-48 77.6 2-26-62 124.9 6-18-63 102.9

006-525-224 7-10-61 +4.0 2-27-62 +3.3 11- 6-62 +5.9 8-30-63 +6.3
S3006490852504.1 9-27-61 +5.3 4-17-62 +5.40 1- 8-63 +5.5 10-22-63 +6.1
10-18-61 +3.7 6- 6-62 +4.30 3- 5-63 +6.3
11-28-61 +3.0 7-31-62 +6.30 4-23-63 +4.5
1- 9-62 +2.9 9-18-62 +8.5 6-18-63 +2.3

006-540-412 2-14-62 30.91 8- 2-62 38.40 1-17-63 32.93 6-17-63 41.80
300630N0854017.1 3-14-62 30.71 10- 9-62 43.16 2-19-63 32.38 7-26-63 39.87
4-30-62 34.80 11-28-62 37.45 5-20-63 41.66 9-30-63 40.23

S007-543-113 6- 1-62 26.13 10-19-62 25.28 4-12-63 23.80 9-30-63 26.39
30074830854353.1 6-28-62 26.59 11-28-62 25.52 5-16-63 26.13 12-11-63 25.03
8- 2-62 26.85 1-16-63 23.82 6-25-63 26.48
9- 7-62 25.83 2-19-63 22.73 7-26-63 26.88
10- 3-62 25.39 3-23-63 23.54 8-26-63 27.20

004-538-222 4-20-55 99.0 6-28-62 123.26 1-17-63 101.96 8-28-63 132.01
300956N0853803.1 12- 7-61 107.23 8- 2-62 127.25 2-19-63 99.65 12-11-63 113.94
2- 9-62 105.00 9- 1-62 122.78 4-15-63 122.65
3-14-62 112.26 10- 1-62 117.51 5-20-63 117.35
4-29-62 107.96 11-27-62 101.85 7-26-63 127.92

010-541-344 8-20-36 36.6 8-19-50 51.49 5-25-54 58.32 8- 7-58 64.76
30100680854136.1 8-21-46 44.50 10-28-50 50.78 7-29-54 60.57 9-25-58 66.42
9-25-46 44.02 11-25-50 50.57 9- 9-54 63.08 11- 6-58 67.30
10-24-46 43.67 12-23-50 50.48 10-20-54 60.14 12-19-58 67.19
11-19-46 44.80 1-27-51 49.24 12- 1-54 59.30 2- 4-59 65.05
4-30-47 42.33 2-24-51 49.63 1-13-55 56,66 3-18-59 64.70
5-31-47 43.43 3-31-51 49.97 2-23-55 59.18 5- 6-59 66.58
6-30-47 44.62 4-28-51 50.69 4- 8-55 63.37 6-17-59 68.42
7-31-47 45.69 5-26-51 52.97 5-17-55 66.41 8-19-59 70.14
8-31-47 45.78 6-23-51 53.55 6-30-55 68.25 9-23-59 69.08
9-30-47 44.70 7-21-51 56.02 8-19-55 66.41 11- 4-59 67.75
10-29-47 44.61 9-22-51 56.07 9-29-55 66.94 12-16-59 66.95
1-31-48 43.88 12-29-51 53.89 11- 9-55 65.25 1-27-60 64.32
2-21-48 43.88 1-12-52 53.13 12-21-55 62.70 3-23-60 63.39
3-28-48 41.76 2-16-52 53.37 1-31-56 62.84 5- 9-60 66.69
4-25-48 44.50 3-29-52 54.35 3-14-56 60.35 6 30-60 72.00
5-30-48 47.72 4-18-52 h55.56 4-25-56 59.76 8-11-60 71.34
6-27-48 47.80 6- 2-52 h58.33 6-14-56 64.69 9-22-60 68.25
3-26-49 44.43 7-14-52 e60.76 7-25-56 63.84 11- 9-60 67.16
4-30-49 44.52 8-26-52 e60.19 9- 6-56 63.88 12-14-60 67.38
5-28-49 46.05 10- 9-52 e58.90 10- 9-56 61.20 1-12-61 74.70
6-25-49 47.87 11-17-52 e55.53 11-29-56 60.85 3- 9-61 63.54
7-30-49 47.99 1-30-53 55.64 1-17-57 59.50 4-18-61 64.66
8-20-49 46.77 2-10-53 55.27 2-25-57 59.59 6- 7-61 72.79
9-17-49 48.13 3-23-53 55.04 4- 9-57 58.72 7-11-61 70.74
10-29-49 47.86 5-13-53 56.57 5-29-57 65.11 8-30-61 71.12
11-26-49 47.89 6-15-53 56.97 7- 3-57 65.26 10-17-61 69.29
12-31-49 47.08 7-28-53 59.58 8-14-57 64.47 11-28-61 70.22
1-28-50 47.28 9- 9-53 57.80 10-10-57 62.80 1- 9-62 67.60
2-25-50 47.10 10-19-53 56.86 11-22-57 60.83 2-27-62 67.95
3-25-50 47.27 12- 1-53 56.56 1- 9-58 59.48 4-17-62 69.10
4-29-50 47.29 1-12-54 53.56 2-14-58 58.25 6- 6-62 77.58

e Estimated.
h Tape measurement.













Table 9A.--Continued


Well
number

010-541-344
301006N0854136.1
(Continued)



010-545-412
301025N0854519.1





010-545-414
301019N0854519.1




011-542-411
301123N0854230.1




012-552-122A
301256N0855236.1




013-553-213
301350N0855322.1




014-536-312
301427N0853651.1









015-532-141A
301529N0853239.1





015-532-141B
301529N0853239.2





015-535-232
301538K0853520.1




016-535-342B
301612N0853536.1

016-535-411
301630N0853529.1


5-27-50
6-24-50
7- 1-50
1- 7-63
3- 5-63

6- -61
12- 7-61
2-14-62
3-15-62
4-27-62
6- 1-62

2-14-62
3-15-62
4-27-62
6- 1-62
6-28-62

2-15-62
3-15-62
4-30-62
5-31-62
6-28-62

3-14-61
7-11-61
9-28-61
10-17-61
11-28-61

1- 4-62
2-13-62
3-19-62
4-27-62
6- 1-62

2- 4-59
3-18-59
5- 6-59
6-17-59
8-19-59
9-23-59
10- 4-59
12-16-59
1-27-60
3-23-60

4-12-61
12- 6-61
1- 2-62
2-12-62
3-14-62
4-28-62

12- 6-61
1- 2-62
2-12-62
3-14-62
4-28-62
6- 8-62

11- 8-61
12- 5-61
1- 2-62
2-12-62
3-19-62

11-17-61
12- 5-61

4-11-63


Water
level


Table 9A.--Continued


Water
level


Date


Water
level


48.45
50.75
52.30
68.02
67.25

14.0
31.0
41.0
40.0
42.0
56.0

46.0
43.0
52.0
77.0
71.0

92.93
90.76
89.22
112.69
107.87

8.67
8.78
8.72
9.05
0.25

34.0
35.72
31.20
33.15
35.02

6.58
6.67
7.91
7.04
6.78
6.93
6.98
8.06
7.61
7.79

+4.20
+3.44
+3.60
+4.26
+4.13
+4.00

8.84
7.54
8.00
8.05
7.90
8.29

5.56
2.01
1.63
1.65
1.65

5.53
3.90

4.64


Water
level


73.03
73.09
71.60


2-23-54
3-14-54
4- 5-54
3-22-63
6-18-63

6-28-62
8- 2-62
8-27-62
9- 7-62
10- 3-62
10-19-62

8- 2-62
9- 7-62
10- 3-62
10-19-62
11-28-62

8- 2-62
9- 7-62
10- 3-62
11-28-62
1-16-63

1- 9-62
2-27-62
4-17-62
6- 6-62
7-31-62

6-28-62
8- 3-62
9- 6-62
10- 3-62
10-23-62

5- 9-60
6-30-60
8-11-60
9-22-60
10- 9-60
12-14-60
1-12-61
3- 9-61
4-17-61
6- 7-61

6- 8-62
6-27-62
7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62

6-27-62
7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62
11-29-62

6-29-62
7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
11-29-62

1- 2-62
2-12-62

5- 2-63


52.68
52.53
53.22
74.00
78.36

60.0
49.0
50.75
60.0
46.0
54.0

56.0
70.0
74.0
72.0
60.0

108.86
107.96
103.10
96.07
97.36

9.67
9.28
9.21
8.97
9.14

38.84
40.22
50.0
37.0
37.0

8.22
9.97
8.33
7.55
8.66
8.89
8.50
8.32
7.31
9.79

+3.09
+3.23
+3.68
+2.93
+3.44
+3.01

8.30
8.02
8.33
10.08
8.30
8.03

1.49
1.39
1.68
1.51
1.54

2.93
2.53

5.35


3-26-58
5-14-58
6-26-58
8-27-63
10-23-63

11-28-62
1-17-63
2-19-63
4-12-63
5-16-63
6-25-63

1-17-63
2-19-63
4-12-63
5-16-63
6-25-63

2-19-63
3-23-63
4-15-63
5-20-63
7-26-63

9-18-62
11- 6-62
1- 8-63
3- 4-63
4-22-63

10-28-62
1-16-63
2-19-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

7-11-61
8-30-61
10-17-61
11-28-61
1- 9-62
2-27-62
4-17-62
6- 6-62
7-31-62
9-18-62

11-25-62
1-14-63
2-13-63
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63

1-14-63
2-13-63
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63
6-24-63

1-14-63
2-13-63
3-16-63
4-11-63
5- 2-63

3-19-62
6-27-62


57.91
61.36
63.96
75.24
74.58

44.0
43.0
38.0
44.0
51.0
54.0

56.0
54.0
65.0
72.0
59.0

95.38
102.90
102.19
112.16
105.03

8.99
9.46
9.55
9.13
9.12

37.0
36.0
34.0
35.0
36.0

8.48
7.72
8.96
9.87
9.44
9.38
8.25
10.67
8.53
7.56

+3.51
+4.09
+4.20
+4.34
+3.95
+2.95

7.59
7.66
7.62
7.96
8.32
7.49

1.30
1.39
1.50
1.52
1.51

2.42
2.67


7-31-62
9-18-62
11- 6-62



7-26-63
8-26-63
9-30-63
12-11-63



7-26-63
8-26-63
9-30-63
12-11-63


8-28-63
9-30-63
12-11-63



6-17-63
8-27-63
10-23-63



6-24-63
7-25-63




11- 6-62
1- 8-63
3- 5-63
4-23-63
6-18-63
8-27-63
10-23-63




6-24-63
7-23-63
8-22-63
9-25-63



7-23-63
8-22-63
9-25-63




5-14-63
6- 7-63
7-23-63
8-27-63
9-25-63

4-11-63
5- 2-63


51.0
51.0
46.0
37.0



64.0
56.0
61.0
45.0


109.24
101.21
95.24



9.32
9.08
9.04



40.0
42.0




9.28
7.88
7.57
9.71
10.37
8.41
8.66




+3.60
+5.21
+5.23
+4.84



:3
7.09
7.50




1.63
1.70
1.20
1.28
1.51

2.15
2.47










Table 9A.--Continued

ell D Water Da Water D Water Wcater
number level level level level
.... .....______IDae Dt


016-538-123
301649N0853845.1








016-541-314
301617N 0854152.1




016-541-321
30161710854130.1



016-559-411
301626N08923.1




017-534-131
301739N0853459.1





017-535-131
301742-0853545.1

017-533-331
3017L0N0853557.1

017-535-3338
301705N0853558.2

017-551-233A
301732a0855129.1




01-514-212
301854.08 341A7.





019-527-4145
J)l'7LI1h852?it. I




01-532-133A
301936;0851257.1



019-513-1338
301936N0853257.2



011-545-143
301936M0854540.1


2- 4-59
3-18-39
5- 6-59
6-17-59
8-19-59
9-23-59
11- 4-59
12-16-59
1-27-60

I1- 7-61
12- 5-61
2-12-62
3-19-62
5- 1-62

11- 7-61
12- 5-61
2-12-62
3-19-62

2-13-62
3-13-62
4-27-62
6- 1-62
6-26-62

11-21-61
12- 5-61
1- 2-62
2-12-62
3-19-62
4-30-62

11- 6-61


12- 5-61
1- 2-62

12- 5-61


4-18-61
6- 8-61
7-11-61
8-31-61
10-17-61

4-13-61
12-16-61
1- 2-62
2-12-62
3-14-62
4-30-62

1- 5-62
4-30-62
6-27-62
8- 1-62
9- 1-62

3-14-62
4-30-62
6- 8-62
6-27-62

3-14-62
4-30-62
6- 8-62
6-27-62

3-14-61
7-10-61


+2.24
+2.01
+1.51
+1.80
+1.95
+1.90
+1.80
+1.25
+1.90

2.79
2.86
2.21
2.07
2.02

4.15
4.85
3.63
3.48

9.52
9.28
10.16
10.81
11.26

+20.0
+20.6
+20.7
+21.2
+20.8
+21.2

+8.3


4.85
4.44

6.68


+1.40
+0.72
+0.71
+1.60
+0.80

+15.9
+14.4
+14.8
+15.7
+15.7
+15.4

+12.5
+12.3
+12.7
+13.0
+12.6

+8.15
+7.75
+7.65
+8.25

+8.05
+7.95
+7.85
+7.85

2.2
3.02


3-23-60
5- 9-60
6-30-60
8-11-60
9-22-60
11- 9-60
12-14-60
1-12*61
3- 9-61

5-31-62
6-27-62
7-31-62
9- 7-62
9-28-62

5- 1-62
7-31-62
9- 7-62
9-28-62

8- 1-62
9- 1-62
10- 3-62
10-23-62
11-28-62

6- 8-62
6-27-62
7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62

12- 5-61


2-12-62
3-19-62

4-10-63


11-28-61
1- 9-62
2-27-62
4-17-62
6- 6-62

6- 8-62
6-27-62
7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62

10- 1-62
10-23-62
11-29-62
1-14-63
2-14-63

7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62

7-31-62
9- 1-62
9-28-62
10-23-62

9-28-61
10-17-61


+1.40
+1.30
+1.00
+1.60
+1.40
+1.40
+1.30
+1.40
+1.50

2.97
3.26
1.95
2.25
1.71

3.41
3.33
3.70
3.10

10.48
10.74
10.31
9.91
9.90

+21.0
+21.0
+21.4
+20.8
421.6
421.7

+8.7


4.18
4.18

5.80


+0.05
+0,51
+.43
+.02
+.50

+15.2
+15.0
+15.8
+15.5
+15.6
+15.8

+12.8
+13.0
+13.0
+12.8
+13.2

+8.15
+8.05
+8.45
+8.25

+7.85
+7.75
+7.85
+8.05

2.64
3.15


4-17-61
6- 7-61
7-11-61
8-30-61
10-17-61
11-28-61
1- 9-62
2-27-62
4-17-62

10-23-62
2-13-63
4-10-63
5-14-63
6- 7-63

10-23-62
2-13-63
4-10-63
5-14-63

1-16-63
2-19-63
3-23-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

11-29-62
1-14-63
2-13-63
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63

1- 2-62


6-27-62
4-10-63

5- 2-63


7-31-62
9-18-62
11-16-62
1- 7-63
3- 5-63

11-29-62
1-14-63
2-13-63
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63

3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63
6-24-63
7-23-63

11-29-62
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63

11-29-62
3-16-63
4-11-63
5-14-63

11-28-61
1- 9-62


+1.80
+1.20
+2.20
+2.10
+1.20
+1.10
+1.13
+2.20
+2.40

2.17
2.26
5.37
3.86
4.12

3.61
3.55
6.82
5.20

9.67
9.51
10.25
9.90
11.38

421.9
+21.8
+21.6
+21.6
+20.8
420.2

+9.7


4.65
3.91

6.35


+.10
+.74
+0.75
+1.01
+1.44

+15.6
+15.4
+15.8
+15.8
+15.0
+14.8

+13.2
+12.4
+12.2
+11.8
+11.9

+8.65
+8.45
+7.65
+6.75

+8.35
+8.45
+7.45
+6.65

3.68
3.66


6- 6-62
7-31-62
11- 6-62
1- 8-63
3- 5-63
4-23-63
6-18-63
8-27-63
10-23-63

7-23-63
8-22-63
9-25-63



6- 7-63
7-23-63
8-22-63
9-25-63

6-24-63
7-25-63
8-26-63
9-30-63
12-11-63

6- 7-63
7-23-63
8-22-63
9-25-63






5- 2-63





4-23-63
6-18-63
8-27-63
10-23-63


6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-22-63
9-25-63



8-26-63
9-25-63




S6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-22-63
9-25-63

6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-25-63


2-27-62
4-17-62


+1.80
+2.60
+1.85
+2.50
+2.78
+2.10
+1.30
+2.60
+2.20

2.01
1.65
1.72



5.51
3.37
3.07
3.09

10.74
10.40
10.47
10.02
9.80

+19.5
+20.2
+20.8
+20.8






4.47





+1.02
40.33
+1.02
+1.00


+14.8
+15.1
+15.6
+15.4



+12.3
+12.7




+6.45
+7.05
+6.65
+7.05

+6.45
+7.05
+7.25


3.27
3.28


_I _












Table 9A.--Continued

Well Date ater Water Water Date Wate te Water
number leval level level level

023-526-223A 3- 2-61 +3.00 4-17-62 +2.86 11- 7-62 +2.60 6-21-63 +1.6
302351N0852611.1 11-28-61 +2.9 6- 6-62 +1.81 1- 8-63 +3.00 8-28-63 +1.5
1- 9-62 +2.93 7-31-62 +1.18 3- 6-63 +1.73 10-22-63 +2.15
2-27-62 +2.94 9-19-62 +1.30 4-23-63 +3.07

023-532-124 2-12-62 11.90 9- 1-62 7.48 3-16-63 5.96 8-22-63 4.66
302350N0853235.1 3-14-62 9.50 9-28-62 6.34 4-11-63 6.73 9-25-63 6.27
6- 8-62 8.16 11-29-62 7.26 5-14-63 7.24
6-27-62 8.85 1-15-63 6.30 6- 6-63 7.82
7-31-62 10.20 2-15-63 6.21 7-29-63 4.49

023-533-433 2-12-62 +9.4 7-31-62 +9.9 2-15-63 +8.68 7-29-63 +10.2
302302N0853325.1 3-14-62 +9.4 9-28-62 +9.7 3-16-63 +8.78 8-23-63 +9.4
4-30-62 +9.3 10-23-62 +10.1 4-11-63 +7.48 9-25-63 +9.4
6- 8-62 +9.9 11-29-62 +9.5 5-16-63 +9.2 12-26-63 +10.6
6-27-62 +9.5 1-18-63 +8.88 6- 6-63 +8.9

025-525-213A 3- 2-61 12.6 2-27-62 13.46 11- 7-62 13.77 8-28-63 10.96
302549N0852529.1 9-28-61 11.04 4-17-62 13.08 1- 8-63 13.60 10-22-63 10.34
10-17-61 11.48 6- 6-62 13.76 3- 6-63 12.93
11-28-61 12.45 7-31-62 14.66 4-23-63 13.34
1- 9-62 13.25 9-19-62 14.75 6-21-63 13.14

025-533-114A 6-27-62 59.35 1-23-63 59.32 6- 6-63 60.34 11-22-63 58.68
302545N0853349.1 7-31-62 59.51 2-15-63 59.49 7-29-63 58.80 12-26-63 58.56
10- 2-62 59.18 3-16-63 59.39 8-23-63 58.14
11-29-62 59.71 4-12-63 59.70 9-23-63 58.43
1-18-63 59.79 5-16-63 60.06 11- 5-63 58.38

025-533-1148 6-27-62 20.87 1-23-63 20.61 5-16-63 19.09 9-23-63 17.83
302545N0853349.2 10- 2-62 20.41 2-15-63 14.63 6- 6-63 20.43 11- 5-63 18.08
11-29-62 20.63 3-16-63 18.93 7-29-63 20.76 11-22-63 18.55
1-18-63 21.04 4-12-63 18.86 8-23-63 17.81 12-26-63 18.99

026-l25-3428 2-12-62 22.63 9- 1-62 23.90 3-23-63 21.69 8-26-63 18.04
302610N0852533.2 3-14-62 22.78 10- 1-62 23.40 4-11-63 21.86 9-25-63 18.50
5- 1-62 21.41 11-29-62 22.48 5-14-63 21.92
6-27-62 22.68 1-14-63 22.51 6-24-63 21.43
8- 1-62 23.49 2-14-63 21.88 7-23-63 19.81







Table 9A.--Continued

e Date after e Water Da Water Dae Water
.: le te Date & Date
number level level level level

WASHINGTON COUNTY


024-536-123
302449O0853639.1



026-532-311A
302629o0853253.1




026-532-3118
302629n0833253.2





027-333-422A
30272530853302.1





027-533-4228
302725N0833302.2




028-532-223
302850"0853212.1



0:9-532-431A
30)291090853228.1



029-532-4318
302910N0853228.2



030-531-24IA
303038N0853115.1




030-531-2418





030-531-424A
30302190853103.1



030-531-4248
30i0n200n85in0 3


010-535-4228
303025N0853501.


2-13-62
3-19-62
5- 1-62
5- 1-62

9-21-62
10- 8*62
11-16-62
11-29-62
1-18-63


9-21-62
10- 2-62
11-16-62
11-29-62
1-18-63


9-24-62
10- 2-62
11-15-62
11-29-62
1-18-63

9-24-62
10- 2-62
11-15-62
11-29-62
1-18-63

10- 2-62
11-15-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

10- 2-62
11-14-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

10- 2-62
11-14-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

9-19-62
10- 2-62
11-12-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

9-19-62
10- 2-62
11-12-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

10- 2-62
11-12-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

10- 2-62
2 11-12-62
11-30-62
1-18-63

9- 6-62
10- 2-62
11- 5-62
11-30-62
1-11-63


+15.3
+14.6
+14.9
+14.6

17.50
19.61
19.91
19.89
19.97


17.73
18.84
19.69
19.66
19.04


23.56
19.86
20.26
20.53
20.44

15.64
15.51
16.17
16.49
15.73

83.36
84.34
84.18
84.43

78.01
79.64
79.05
79.62

Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry

88.56
85.77
84.51
85.09
84.74

55.85
55.93
56.29
56.29
57.09

28.71
30.16
29.98
30.19

27.44
27.06
27.17
27.44

5.61
6.23
7.24
7.19
7.06


6-26-62
8- 1-62
9- 1-62
10- 2-62

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63


1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63


1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
6- 6-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63
5-16-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63

1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63

1-18-63
1-25-63
2-15-63
3-16-63
4-12-63


+14.4
+14.5
+14.4
+14.0

20.87
19.99
19.96
20.10
20.26


18.36
18.78
19.36
19.50
20.03


19.98
19.33
19.54
19.78
20.36

15.20
14.90
15.29
15.50
16.13

84.26
84.06
84.45
85.22

79.17
79.13
78.62
79.09

Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry

83.42
84.75
84.68
84.35
84.96

57.19
57.21
55.74
55.30
55.76

29.77
30.11
29.84
30.20

27.16
26.31
26.14
26.42

6.22
5.05
5.23
4.42
5.39


10-25-62
11-27-62
1-16-63
3-23-63

6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 5-63


6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 5-63


6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 5-63

6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 5-63

7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 5-63

5-16-63
6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63

5-16-63
6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63

6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 1-63

6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63
9-23-63
11- 1-63

5-16-63
6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63

5-16-63
6- 6-63
7-29-63
8-23-63

5-16-63
6- 6-63
7-15-63
7-29-63
8-23-63


+13.8
+14.3
+13.6
+14.3

20.35
19.15
19.67
19.83
19.78


20.08
19.03
18.61
19.10
19.13


20.80
20.10
18.35
18.49
17.85

16.55
14.79
13.83
14.43
14.00

82.86
82.45
82.93
82.94

79.50
79.96
78.07
76.16

Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry

85.04
82.42
81.65
82.18
84.45

56.04
52.33
52.84
52.54
52.60

30.43
30.76
27.94
28.67

26.57
27.53
26.49
24.05

6.56
6.72
6.37
3.83
2.94


4-11-63
5-21-63
6-24-63
8-26-63

11-22-63
12-26-63





11-22-63
12-26-63





11-22-63
12-26-63




11-22-63
11-26-63




11-22-63
12-26-63



9-23-63
11- 1-63
11-22-63
12-26-63

9-23-63
11- 1-63
11-22-63
12-26-63

11-22-63
12-26-63




11-25-63
12-26-63




9-23-63
11- 1-63
11-27-63
12-26-63

9-23-63
11- 1-63
11-22-63
12-26-63

8-29-63
9-23-63
10-23-63
11- 1-63
12-26-63


+13.5
+12.8
+11.8
+12.0

19.80
19.74





19.40
18.93





18.39
18.47




14.52
14.30




83.20
83.03



76.97
76.83
77.11
76.88

Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry

84.62
85.47




52.36
53.18




29.14
28.96
29.16
28.96

24.43
24.20
24.89
24.97

3.46
4.73
4.54
4.90
3.29












Table 9A.--Continued

Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Dat Water
number level level level level

031-535-233 10- 2-62 16.94 1-25-63 18.78 5-16-63 19.04 9-23-63 16.21
303131N0853528.1 11- 7-62 17.82 2-15-63 18.47 6- 6-63 19.25 10- 1-63 15.83
11-30-62 18.29 3-16-63 18.42 7-29-63 18.63
1-11-63 19.22 4-12-63 18.47 8-23-63 16.83

037-535-313 2-12-62 54.47 8- 1-62 63.54 1-16-63 56.27 7-29-63 53.91
303720N0853554.1 3-14-62 53.95 9- 6-62 56.48 2-15-63 55.26 8-23-63 53.94
5- r-62 53.59 10- 2-62 56.63 3-16-63 54.90 9-23-63 55.16
5-31-62 54.61 10-23-62 56.49 4-12-63 55.36
6-26-62 55.08 11-27-62 56.59 5-16-63 55.90

037-542-431A 3-29-61 18.7 1-11-62 16.45 9-19-62 21.28 6-19-63 20.20
303714N0854226.1 7-12-61 18.71 3- 2-62 17.66 11- 9-62 20.55 8-26-63 18.38
9-29-61 19.01 4-19-62 17.69 1-11-63 20.45 10-25-63 19.82
10-20-61 19.70 6- 4-62 19.65 3- 8-63 18.65
11-30-61 20.07 8- 2-62 20.01 4-24-63 20.13

040-550-143 2-13-62 51.47 8- 1-62 54.83 1-16-63 54.53 7-23-63 54.57
304037N0855039.1 3-19-62 50.76 9- 6-62 55.71 2-14-63 52.73 8-26-63 53.60
5- 1-62 50.97 10- 2-62 55.68 4-11-63 53.27 9-26-63 55.08
6- 1-62 53.21 10-25-62 56.11 5-14-63 55.14
6-26-62 54.21 11-27-62 55.90 6-24-63 54.88

042-545-334 2-13-62 69.34 8- 1-62 72.61 1-16-63 73.92 6-24-63 73.09
304204N0854551.1 3-19-62 68.02 9- 6-62 73.98 2-14-63 71.80 7-23-63 71.95
5- 1-62 68.89 10- 2-62 74.35 3-23-63 71.46 8-23-63 69.89
6- 1-62 70.67 10-25-62 74.44 4-11-63 71.56 9-26-63 71.51
6-26-62 72.14 11-27-62 75.00 5-14-63 72.18

043-538-112 6-26-62 44.74 11-27-62 46.97 3-23-63 43.74 6-24-63 45.25
304359N0853846.1 8- 1-62 45.45 1-16-63 45.82 4-11-63 44.41 7-25-63 43.67
9- 6-62 46.47 2-14-63 44.09. 5-14-63 45.43



JACKSON COUNTY

035-523-212 2-12-62 36.80 9- 1-62 36.68 3-23-63 36.09 8-26-63 36.06
303560N0852320.1 3-14-62 36.47 10- 1-62 36.47 4-11-63 36.14 9-25-63 36.63
5- 1-62 36.00 11-29-62 36.56 5-14-63 36.54
6-27-62 36.50 1-14-63 36.34 6-24-63 36.72
8- 1-62 36.60 2-14-63 36.14 7-23-63 36.46
036-523-414A 2-12-62 82.15 9- 1-62 81.10 2-14-63 81.99 7-23-63 80.72
303620N0852316.1 3-14-62 81.90 10- 1-62 82.30 3-23-63 81.43 8-26-63 79.54
5- 1-62 80.83 10-23-62 82.40 4-11-63 80.85 9-25-63 79.55
6-27-62 81.50 11-29-62 82.71 5-14-63 80.99
8- 1-62 81.83 1-14-63 82.81 6-24-63 81.30








Table 9. Measureamnts of water levels in the Econflna Creek Basin area.
a. Five-day eaximame from recorder charts



Wel Date Date Date Date
nu-mber level level level level


004-535-343
30040480853540.1



















006-536-423
300619N8O83614.1


10-20-62
10-25-62
10-31-62
11- 5-62
11-10-62
11-15-62
11-20-62
11-25-62
11-30-62
12- 5-62
12-10-62
12-15-62
12-20-62
12-25-62
12-31-62
1- 5-63
1-10-63
1-15-63
1-20-63
1-25-63

2-10-63
2-15-63
2-20-63
2-25-63
2-28-63
3- 5-63
3-10-63
3-15-63
3-20-63
3-25-63
3-31-63
4- 5-63
4-10-63
4-15-63

2-20-63
2-25-63
2-28-63
3- 5-63
3-10-63
3-15-63
3-20-63
3-25-63
3-31-63
4- 5-63
4-10-63
4-15-63

6-30-63
7- 5-63
7-10-63
7-15-63
7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63
8- 5-63
8-10-63

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


34.75
35.10
34.92
34.99
35.15
35.17
34.77
34.62
34.64
34.08
34.32
34.13
34.35
34.25
33.97
34.00
33.73
33.64
33.34
33.64

41.00
41.54
40.96
40.90
41.05
40.10
40.52
40.96
41.18
41.47
41.05
42.90
42.82
43.55

8.30
8.41
8.67
7.98
8.37
8.51
8.45
8.35
8.35
8.34
8.33
8.60

144.1
140.0
145.9
148.7
150.3
150.8
150.4
150.2
150.3

h7.96
7.98
7.95
7.86
7.75
7.61
7.71
7.62
7.65
7.48
7.68
7.58
7.69
7.85


BAY OUNTY

1-31-63 33.45
2- 5-63 33.38
2-10-63 33.27
2-15-63 33.30
2-20-63 33.20
2-25-63 33.48
2-28-63 33.37
3- 5-63 33.09
3-10-63 33.10
3-15-63 32.95
3-20-63 32.98
3-25-63 32.33
4- 5-63 33.54
4-10-63 34.23
4-15-63 34.65
4-20-63 34.30
4-25-63 34.88
4-30-63 34.97
5- 5-63 35.67
5-10-63 35.34

4-20-63 44.18
4-25-63 44.93
5-20-63 46.09
5-25-63 44.86
5-31-63 45.02
6- 5-63 44.42
6-10-63 44.47
6-15-63 43.92
6-20-63 44.92
6-25-63 45.28
6-30-63 46.08
7- 5-63 45.75
7-10-63 45.38
7-15-63 45.87

4-20-63 8.34
4-25-63 8.41
4-30-63 7.98
5- 5-63 8.77
5-10-63 8.49
5-15-63 8.35
5-20-63 8.52
5-25-63 8.37
5-31-63 8.50
6- 5-63 8.39
6-10-63 8.22
6-15-63 8.46

8-15-63 149.1
8-20-63 149.9
8-25-63 149.3
8-31-63 148.0
9- 5-63 142.4
9-10-63 144.7
9-15-63 146.1
9-20-63 146.0
9-25-63 147.0

4-25-62 7.90
4-30-62 8.05
5- 1-62 h8.13
6-11-62 hl0.27
6-15-62 10.17
6-20-62 10.12
6-25-62 10.19
7-11-62 h9.30
7-15-62 9.21
7-20-62 9.14
7-25-62 9.02
7-31-62 8.70
8- 5-62 8.65
8-10-62 8.70


5-15-63
5-20-63
5-25-63
5-31-63
6- 5-63
6-10-63
6-15-63
6-20-63
6-25-63
6-30-63
7- 5-63
7-10-63
7-15-63
7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63
8- 5-63
8-10-63
8-15-63
8-20-63

7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63
8- 5-63
8-10-63
8-15-63
8-20-63
8-25-63
8-31-63
9- 5-63
9-10-63
9-15-63
9-20-63
9-25-63

6-20-63
6-25-63
6-30-63
7- 5-63
7-10-63
7-15-63
7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63
9-30-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63

9-30-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63
10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
11- 5-63
11-10-63

8-15-62
8-20-62
8-25-62
8-31-62
9- 5-62
9-10-62
9-15-62
9-20-62
9-25-62
9-30-62
10- 5-62
10-10-62
10-15-62
10-20-62


35.49
35.57
35.80
35.80
35.65
36.28
36.10
36.03
36.20
36.05
35.55
35.55
35.31
35.14
35.24
34.98
35.28
35.33
35.40
35.42

45.14
45.88
45.90
45.84
45.85
45.12
45.67
45.42
44.87
44.87
44.46
44.35
44.42
44.50

7.89
7.99
8.14
8.00
7.92
8.16
7.77
7.87
7.82
8.10
7.91
7.90

146.8
147.2
147.6
148.0
148.1
148.1
148.1
147.8
147.2

8.95
9.24
9.05
9.00
9.08
9.01
8.62
8.37
8.30
8.35
8.21
8.24
8.14
8.22


a Estimated.
h Tape measurement.


8-25-63
8-31-63
9- 5-63
9-10-63
9-15-63
9-20-63
9-25-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63
10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
11- 5-63
11-10-63
11-15-63
11-20-63
11-25-63
11-30-63
12-31-63

9-30-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63
10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
11- 5-63
11-10-63
11-15-63
12-31-63




10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
11- 5-63
11-10-63
11-15-63
12-15-63
12-20-63
12-25-63
12-31-63


11-15-63
11-20-63
11-25-63
11-30-63
12- 5-63
12-10-63
12-15-63
12-20-63
12-25-63

10-25-62
10-31-62
11- 5-62
11-10-62
11-15-62
11-20-62
11-25-62
12- 5-62
12-10-62
12-15-62
12-20-62
12-25-62
12-31-62
1- 5-63


007-535-334A
300705N0853537.1


008-536-142
300844M0853633.1








012-541-213
1012508N854128.1


35.15
35.14
35.20
35.37
35.30
35.30
35.53
35.44
35.35
35.43
35.46
35.39
35.55
35.47
35.34
35.54
35.13
34.90
34.75
34.02

43.55
43.42
43.04
43.54
42.98
42.93
43.38
42.45
42.19
42.63
43.95




8.30
8.12
7.95
8.15
7.81
7.98
8.65
8.60
8.45
8.81
8.16


147.9
147.3
147.0
146.7
147.0
146.8
143.3
144.1
143.5

8.52
8.13
8.64
8.50
8.37
8.07
8.26
7.88
e8.2
8.26
8.35
8.22
8.09
7.83


1










Table 9B.--Continued

Date Water Water Water Wat
Well Date a Date Water Date t Date after
number level level level I level


012-541-213
301250N0854128.
(Continued)


















012-550-331a
301210N0855059.1



























015-535-113
301550N0853558.1


1-10-63
1-15-63
1-20-63
1-25-63
1-31-63
2- 5-63
2-10-63
2-15-63
2-20-63
2-25-63
2-28-63
3- 5-63
3-10-63
3-15-63
3-20-63
3-25-63
3-31-63
4- 5-63
4-10-63
4-15-63

2-16-62
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
4-30-62
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

2- 8-62
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
5-10-62
5-15-62
5-20-62
5-25-62
5-31-62
6-10-62


7.54
7.63
7.10
7.61
7.67
7.70
7.65
e7.6
7.37
7.39
7.47
7.05
7.38
7.53
7.47
7.85
8.15
8.35
8.47
8.92

h25.11
25.20
25.12
25.01
25.34
25.08
h25.11
25.08
24.92
24.68
25.10
25.08
25.20
25.32
25.43
25.71
25.89
26.08
26.22
26.40
26.77
27.38
27.70
27.56
27.88
28.19
28.33
28.33

h+0.95
+1.12
+1.03
+ .98
+1.02
+1.08
+1.18
+1.23
+1.18
+1.24
+1.25
+1.41
+1.36
+1.47
+1.48
+1.32
+1.26
+1.30
+1.06
+ .95
+ .98
+ .79
+ .69
+ .71


4-20-63
4-25-63
4-30-63
5- 5-63
5-10-63
5-15-63
5-20-63
5-25-63
5-31-63
6- 5-63
6-10-63
6-15-63
6-20-63
6-25-63
6-30-63
7- 5-63
7-15-63
7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63

7-10-62
7-15-62
7-20-62
7-25-62
7-31-62
8- 5-62
8-10-62
8-15-62
8-20-62
8-25-62
8-31-62
9- 5-62
9-10-62
9-15-62
9-20-62
9-25-62
9-30-62
10- 5-62
10-10-62
10-15-62
10-20-62
10-25-62
10-31-62
11- 5-62
11-10-62
11-15-62
11-20-62
11-25-62

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
7-31-62
8- 5-62
8-10-62
8-15-62
8-20-62
8-25-62
8-31-62
9- 5-62
9-10-62
9-15-62
9-20-62
9-25-62
9-30-62
10- 5-62
10-10-62


8.87
9.41
9.34
9.62
9.58
9.71
9.97
10.32
10.56
10.67
10.69
10.60
10.16
9.81
9.55
9.35
h9.37
9.21
9.10
8.89

28.40
28.51
28.64
29.01
28.97
29.10
29.30
29.63
30.00
29.69
30.00
30.00
29.86
29.43
29.18
29.10
29.01
28.93
28.83
28.72
28.69
28.73
28.14
28.20
27.91
27.78
27.50
27.70

+0.94
+ .84
+ .72
+ .86
+ .99
+ .96
+ .84
+ .96
+1.03
h+1.19
+1.19
+1.26
+1.06
+ .96
+1.13
+1.03
+ .92
+1.07
+1.42
+1.58
+1.52
+1.42
+1.54
+1.49


8- 5-63
8-10-63
8-15-63
8-20-63
8-25-63
8-31-63
9- 5-63
9-10-63
9-15-63
9-20-63
9-25-63
9-30-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63
10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
11- 5-63
11-10-63

11-28-62
1-16-63
1-20-63
1-25-63
1-31-63
2- 5-63
2-10-63
2-15-63
2-20-63
2-25-63
2-28-63
3- 5-63
3-10-63
3-15-63
3-20-63
3-25-63
3-31-63
4- 5-63
4-10-63
4-15-63
4-20-63
4-25-63
4-30-63
5- 5-63
5-10-63
5-16-63
5-20-63
6-24-63

10-15-62
10-20-62
10-25-62
10-31-62
11- 5-62
11-10-62
11-15-62
11-20-62
11-30-62
12- 5-62
12-15-62
12-20-62
12-25-62
12-31-62
1-15-63
1-20-63
1-25-63
1-31-63
2- 5-63
2-10-63
2-15-63
2-20-63
2-25-63
2-28-63


8.78
8.70
8.65
8.50
8.48
8.55
8.64
8.64
8.77
8.65
h8.89
8.15
8.16
8.06
8.22
8.26
8.28
8.55
8.35
8.25

h27.56
h26.62
25.93
26.33
26.15
26.06
25.71
25.94
25.68
25.65
25.73
25.41
25.77
25.69
25.61
h25.89
25.90
h26.22
25.99
26.35
26.23
26.45
26.39
26.69
26.88
h26.94
26.80
h28.41

+1.45
+1.39
+1.19
+1.46
+1.13
+1.31
+1.27
+1.46
+1.36
+1.64
+1.33
+1.35
+1.36
+1.41
+1.57
+1.97
+1.61
+1.76
+1.70
+1.74
+1.60
+1.81
+1.77
+1.72


11-15-63
11-20-63
11-25-63
11-30-63
12- 5-63
12-10-63
12-15-63
12-25-63
12-31-63













6-25-63
6-30-63
7- 5-63
7-10-63
7-15-63
7-20-63
7-25-63
7-31-63
8- 5-63
8-10-63
8-15-63
8-20-63
8-25-63
8-31-63
9- 5-63
9-10-63
9-15-63
9-20-63
9-25-63
9-30-63
10- 5-63
10-10-63
10-15-63
10-20-63
10-25-63
10-31-63
12-11-63
12-31-63

3- 5-63
3-10-63
3-15-63
3-20-63
3-25-63
3-31-63
4- 5-63
4-10-63
4-15-63
4-20-63
4-25-63
4-30-63
5- 5-63
5-10-63
5-15-63
5-20-63
5-25-63
5-31-63
6- 5-63
6-10-63
6-15-63
6-20-63
6-25-63
6-30-63


I ________ I I ________ I ________ J


8.67
8.23
8.01
7.85
7.54
7.52
7.35
e7.2
e7.0


28.41
28.65
28.91
29.08
29.32
29.59
29.40
29.60
29.90
30.00
30.00
30.19
30.23
30.40
30.64
30.43
30.55
30.32
30.31
29.60
29.59
29.42
29.40
29.30
29.15
28.92
h27.33
26.67

+1.94
+1.69
+1.63
+1.73
+1.38
+1.28
+1.31
+1.42
+1.06
+1.11
+ .88
+ .93
+ .74
+ .60
+ .52
+ .44
+ .30
+ .30
+ .22
+ .22
+ .17
+ .51
+ .68
+.84





Table 9,--Continued


Well Water Date Water Date Water Dat Water
number level level level level


015-535-113 7- 5-63 +0.92 8-20-63 +1.63 9-30-63 +2.09 11-25-63 +1.21
301550N0853558.1 7-15-63 h+1.04 8-25-63 +1.55 10-23-63 h+1.46 11-30-63 +1.38
(Continued) 7-20-63 +1.21 8-31-63 +1.56 10-25-63 e+1.4 12- 5-63 +1.39
7-25-63 +1.57 9- 5-63 +1.63 10-31-63 e+1.2 12-10-63 +1.35
7-31-63 +1.69 9-10-63 +1.59 11- 5-63 e+1.4 12-15-63 +1.65
8- 5-63 +1.68 9-15-63 +1.49 11-10-63 e+1.4 12-20-63 +1.48
8-10-63 +1.67 9-20-63 +1.60 11-15-63 e+1.0 12-25-63 +1.53
8-15-63 +1.70 9-25-63 h+1.41 11-20-63 0+1.1 12-31-63 +1.70


WASHINGTON cMNTY

030-535-422A 10-25-62 11.68 2-15-63 10.48 6- 5-63 12.95 9-20-63 9.21
30302580853501.1 11- 5-62 12.02 2-20-63 10.34 6-10-63 13.15 9-25-63 9.42
11-10-62 11.97 2-25-63 10.25 6-15-63 13.30 9-30-63 8.39
11-15-62 12.04 2-28-63 10.25 6-20-63 13.13 10- 5-63 8.33
11-20-62 12.12 3- 5-63 10.15 6-25-63 12.87 10-10-63 8.43
11-25-62 12,21 3-10-63 10.25 6-30-63 12.63 10-15-63 8.58
11-30-62 12.28 3-15-63 10.30 7- 5-63 12.10 10-25-63 8.89
12- 5-62 12.32 3-20-63 10.28 7-15-63 12.78 10-31-63 9.12
12-10-62 12.47 3-25-63 10.41 7-20-63 12.78 11- 5-63 9.24
12-15-62 12.57 3-31-63 10.55 7-25-63 10.24 11-10-63 9.30
12-20-62 12.70 4- 5-63 10.86 7-31-63 9.60 11-15-63 9.39
12-25-62 12.80 4-10-63 10.70 8- 5-63 9.53 11-20-63 9.55
1-20-63 10.68 4-15-63 10.74 8-25-63 8.67 11-25-63 9.49
1-25-63 10.43 4-20-63 11.87 8-31-63 8.75 11-30-63 9.93
1-31-63 10.44 5-20-63 12.45 9- 5-63 8.78
2- 5-63 10.45 5-25-63 12.59 9-10-63 8.90
2-10-63 10.54 5-30-63 12.76 9-15-63 9.08

046-531-213 3-28-61 35.9 7- 5-62 36.80 12-10-62 40.71 5-15-63 37.63
304649n0853129.1 7-12-61 34.80 7-10-62 37.10 12-15-62 40.53 5-20-63 37.84
9-29-61 33.99 7-15-62 37.40 12-20-62 40.60 5-25-63 37.80
10-20-61 35.43 7-20-62 37.68 12-25-62 40.58 5-31-63 37.87
11-30-61 37.91 7-25-62 37.89 12-31-62 40.52 6- 5-63 38.03
1-11-62 34.16 7-31-62 38.10 1- 5-63 40.39 6-10-63 39.78
2-25-62 33.60 8- 5-62 38.35 1-10-63 40.22 6-15-63 37.50
2-28-62 33.53 8-10-62 38.54 1-15-63 39.29 6-20-63 37.88
3- 5-62 33.32 8-15-62 38.87 1-20-63 37.53 6-25-63 37.60
3-10-62 33.30 8-20-62 39.18 1-25-63 37.20 6-30-63 37.50
3-15-62 33.21 8-25-62 39.30 1-31-63 36.70 7- 5-63 37.28
3-20-62 33.09 8-31-62 39.50 2- 5-63 36.45 7-10-63 37.27
3-25-62 33.19 9- 5-62 39.83 2-10-63 36.38 7-15-63 37.24
3-31-62 32.54 9-10-62 40.02 2-15-63 36.24 7-20-63 36.59
4- 5-62 32.21 9-15-62 40.00 2-20-63 35.80 7-25-63 35.68
4-10-62 32.27 9-20-62 40.09 2-25-63 35.49 7-31-63 34.66
4-15-62 32.18 9-25-62 40.17 2-28-63 35.48 8- 5-63 34.55
4-20-62 32.48 9-30-62 40.30 3- 5-63 35.19 9-25-63 36.70
4-25-62 32.88 10- 5-62 40.31 3-10-63 35.50 9-30-63 36.82
5- 5-62 33.30 10-10-62 40.40 3-15-63 35.41 10- 5-63 36.42
5-10-62 33.63 10-15-62 40.41 3-20-63 35.09 10-10-63 36.31
5-15-62 34.19 10-20-62 40.43 3-25-63 35.46 10-15-63 36.43
5-20-62 34.40 10-25-62 40.62 3-31-63 35.67 10-20-63 36.57
5-25-62 34.88 10-31-62 40.45 4- 5-63 35.79 10-25-63 36.80
5-31-62 35.31 11- 5-62 40.88 4-10-63 35.39 10-31-63 37.20
6- 5-62 35.52 11-10-62 40.99 4-15-63 36.40 11- 5-63 37.18
6-10-62 35.93 11-15-62 40.96 4-20-63 36.57 11-10-63 37.44
6-15-62 35.99 11-20-62 40.89 4-25-63 36.93 11-15-63 37.92
6-20-62 36.21 11-25-62 41.08 4-30-63 37.05 11-20-63 37.97
6-25-62 36.52 11-30-62 40.95 5- 5-63 37.17 11-25-63 37.95
6-30-62 36.69 12- 5-62 40.67 5-10-63 37.41 11-30-63 37.50









Table 10. Pumping test data in the Econfina Creek basin area.


Long Beach Pump Test
[Pumped well 010-548-124; March 20, 1963; well pumped 200 gpm; distance between
wells (r)=1750 feet]


Drawdown of pumped well
--- I


Elasped time

Min. Sec.


Pump on 0702

9 00

11 00

12 00

13 00

15 00

17 00

20 00

24 00

30 00

56 00

61 00

76 00

98 00

118 00

148 00

178 00

208 00

240 00

271 00

298 00

Pump off 1201


Water levels
(ft)


34.37*

41.60

46.89

55.21

66.03

72.20

81.01

89.64

93.97

100.76

156.68

157.03

159.85

162.29

164.41

166.55

168.02

169.36

170.41

171.17

171.74


Drawdown
(ft)


7.23

12.52

20.84

31.66

37.83

46.64

55.27

59.60

66.39

122.31

122.66

125.48

127.92

130.04

132.18

133.65

134.99

136.04

136.80

137.37


Recovery of pumped well
Elasped time
p Water levels Recovery
Min. Sec. (ft) (ft)


98.79

82.70

79.13

76.89


38.58

54.67

58,24

60.48


*Water level immediately prior to start of test


Recovery of pumped well
Elasped time Water levels Recovery

Min. Sec. (ft) (ft)


14

16

20

23

25

29

33

35

37

40

44

47

51

56

69

81

89

102

149

179

212

242

270

299

333

359

474

595

658

719


74.93

72.44

69.98

68.53

67.14

65.00

63.51

62.67

61.93

60.90

59.68

58.88

58.09

56.98

54.38

52.66

51.57

50.16

46.44

44.70

43.24

42.15

41.30

40.52

39.70

39.16

37.37

36.04

35.47

34.99


62.44

64.93

67.39

68.84

70.23

72.37

73.86

74.70

75.44

76.47

77.69

78.49

79.28

80.39

82.99

84.71

85.80

87.21

90.93

92.67

94.13

95.22

96.07

96.85

97.67

98.21

100.00

101.33

101.90

102.38






Table 10 continued
Bid-a-Wee uping Test

IPumped well 012550-331&a April 14, 1963 veil pumped 55 gpm; distance
between well (r)-49 teet)


Drewdown of observation wve dur!K Ompn
Clasped ttie Water levels Drawdown

HLn. Sec. (t ) (t)


Pump on 0900
(4-1-1)
00 15

00 30

00 41

1 00



S 10

1 30
t 43

2 00

1 13

2 10

2 45





3 00


1 10
I 4S

4 00

4 00



4 13




a 15
a 43

6 00

1 00

7 Is

8 15

8 10





it 00
11 00


II 00


31.48*

31.59

31.72

31.82

32.13

32.59

33.06

33.58

34.09

34.33

34.94

35.38

35.78

36.11

36.44

36.80

37.10

37.38

37.62

18.48

38.81

39.02

39.78

39.83

40.54

40.69

40.96

41.41

41.82

42.39

42.59


.11

.24

.34

.65

1.11

1.58

2.10

2.61

3.05

3.46

3.90

4.30

4.63

4.96

5.32

5.62

5.90

6.14

7.00

7.33

7.54

8.30

8.37

9.06

9.21

9.48

9.93

10.34

10.91

11.11


* ater l*vel im4wdltely prior to start of


test


Dtewdyin of o morvation well during umin
ls"ped tim Water levels Drawdown

Min. Sec. (Et) (ft)


42.90

43.09

43.26

43.50

43.70

43.94

44.35

44.53

44.79

45.12

45.42

45.72

45.87

46.14

46.39

46.63

47.06

47.45

47.80

48.20

48.42

48.69

49.28

50.22

50.33

50.79

50.92

51.29

51.74

52.09

52.44


11.42

11.61

11.78

12.02

12.22

12.46

12.87

13.05

13.31

13.64

13.94

14.24

14.39

14.66

14.91

15.15

15.58

15.97

16.32

16.72

16.94

17.21

17.80

18.74

18.85

19.31

19.44

19.81

20.26

20.61

20.96











Table 10 continued
Did-a-We@ limping T@at continued

Drawdown of observation well dtinn urtn pin Racoveryv obf rvAt
Etapeod tim Wat@f l@vl Drawdown ElRaped time Watr leve Recovery

Min. Sec. (ft) (t Mn.) t)


180 00 52.77 21.29

240 00 53.86 22.38

254 00 54.06 22.58

256 00 54.07 22,59

273 00 54.27 22.79

300 00 54.58 23,10

330 00 54.93 23.45

360 00 55.25 23.77

1'unmp off 1500 (4-1-63)



Recover of observation wll

Elan ed tF WaOr level Recovery
Hin. Sc. (ft) (ft)


1 15

1 30

1 45

2 00

2 15

2 30

2 45

3 00

3 15

3 30

3 45

4 00

4 15

4 30

4 45

5 00

5 15

5 30

5 45

6 00


53.17

52.78

52.38

52.03

51.76

51.44

51.18

50.91

50.79

50.46

50.23

50.07

49.87

49.69

49.51

49.36

49.22

49.04

48.89

48,80


2.08

2.47

2.87

3.22

3.49

3.81

4.07

4.34

4.46

4.79

5.02

5.18

5.38

5.56

5.74

5.89

6.03

6.21

6.36

6.45


7

8

9

10

12

13

14

15

16

17

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

30

33

35

40

45

50

55

60

75

93

120

150

161

180


15

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00


48.10

47.80

47.40

47.05

46.38

45.94

45.82

45.41

45.33

44.99

44.69

44.49

44.31

44.13

43.98

43.80

43.66

43.51

43.36

42.97

42.61

42.39

41.89

41.44

41.05

40.70

40.37

39.58

38.86

37.95

37.24

37.00

36.68


7.15

7.45

7.85

8.20

8.87

9.31

9.43

9.84

9.92

10.26

10.56

10.76

10.94

11.12

11.27

11.45

11.59

11.74

11.89

12.28

12.64

12.86

13.36

13.81

14.20

14.55

14.88

15.67

16.39

17.30

18.01

18.25

18.57


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









Table 10 continued

Bid-a-Wee Pumping Test continued

Recovery of observation well
clasped time Water levels Recovery

Min. sec. (ft) (ft)

270 00 35.55 19.70

433 00 34.17 21.08

1125 00 32.84 22.41


Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test
(Pumped well 016-541-323; December 3-5, 1962; well pumped 504 gpm;
distance between wells (r)-1195 feet]


Drawdown of pumoed wel
Elasped time Water levels Drandown

Min. Sec. (tt) (r)


Pump on 1100
(12-3-62)

00 13

1 15

2 15

3 00

3 45

4 30

5 15

6 00

6 45

7 30

8 15

9 15

10 15

11 00

11 45

12 45

13 30

14 15

15 00

15 45

16 45

17 30

18 15
19


11.05

14.30

15.80

15.61

16.24

16.65

17.05

17.44

15.60

18.11

18.41

18.78

19.13

19.38

19.59

19.93

20.13

20.34

20.54

20.72

20.94

21.12

21.31


5.39

8.64

10.14

9.95

10.58

10.99

11.39

11.78

9.94

12.45

12.75

13.12

13.47

13.72

13.93

14.27

14.47

14.68

14.88

15.06

15.28

15.46

15.65


prvdown of pumped well
lasped time Water levels Dradown

Min. Sec. (tt) (ft)


20 00

20 45

21 30

22 30

23 15

24 15

25 00

26 00

26 45

27 30

28 15

29 00

30 00

31 00

31 45

32. 30

33 15

34 00

35 00

36 00

38 00

38 45

39 30

40 45

41 65


21.66

21.81

21.97

22.13

22.27

22.44

22.57

22.73

22.83

22.95

23.08



23.34

23.48

23.58

23.68

23.79

23.90

24.04

24.18

24.40

24.49

24.58

24.72

24-.2


16,00

16.15

16.31

16.47

16.61

16.78

16.91

17.07

17.17

17.29

17.42
---....

17.68

17.82

17.92

18.02

18.13

18.24

18.38

18.52

18.74

18.83

18.92

19.06
Q1916


24 82










Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued


Drawdown of pumped well
Elasped timt Water levels Drawdown
i- Sec. (ft) (ft)
Min. Sec.


43

44

45

47

48

48

49

50

51

52

52

53

54

55

56

57

58.

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

125

130

135

140

145


25.02

25.12

25.23

25.38

25.44

25.52

25.58

25.64

25.73

25.79

25.86

25.90

25.96

26.05

26.15

26.20

26.27

26.42

26.83

27.16

27.45

27.72

27.97

28.20

28.50

28.79

29.00

29.22

.29.39

29.56

29.73

29.88

30.04

30.18

30.35


Drawdown of pumped well
Elasped ime Water level Dradown

Min. Sec. (t) (ft)


19.36

19.46

19.57

19.72

19.78

19.86

19.92

19.98

20.07

20.13

20.20

20.24

20.30

20.39

20.49

20.54

20.61

20.76

21.17

21.50

21.79

22.06

22.31

22.54

25.84

26.13

23.34

23.56

23.73

23.90

24.07

24.22

24.38

24.52

24.69


150

155

160

165

172

175

180

195

210

225

240

255

270

285

300

332

365

393

424

487

548

608

667

725

784

844

905

973

1026

1089

1149

1205

1264

1325


30.50

30.63

30.75

30.87

31.03

31.15

31.21

31.45

31.82

32.16

32.38

32.57

32.74

32.92

33.07

33.34

33.75

33.97

34.19

34.66

34.95

35.45

35.67

35.84

36.03

36.19

36.32

36.86

36.69

36.80

37.06

37.21

37.30

37.39

37.47


24.84

24.97

25.09

25.21

25.37

25.49

25.55

25.79

26.16

26.50

26.72

26.91

27.08

27.26

27.41

27.68

28.09

28.31

28.53

29.00

29.29

29.79

30.01

30.18

30.37

30.53

30.66

31.20

31.03

31.14

31.40

31.55

31.64

31.73

31.81


1385 00






Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued


Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test
(Observation well 016-541-314]

rervation well during oumoin Drawdown of observation well dur


leped time Water levels Drawdown

Min. Sec. (tt) (tt)
Pump o 1100


Pump on 1100
(12-3-62)

00 15

00 30

00 43

1 00

1 15

1 30

1 45

2 00

3 45

4 00

4 15

5 00

5 30

6 00

7 00

7 43

8 00

8 30

8 45

9 00

9 30

1n no


4.73


4.67

4.67

4.67

4.67

4.67

4.67

4.69

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.71

4.72

%.72

4.72

4.72

A. 72


.02

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.04

.05

.05

.05

.05

0ft<


ni R um ing


Elasped time Uater levels Drawdown

Min. Sec. (t) (ft)


4.72

4.72

4.72

4.72

4.73

4.73

4.75

4.75

4.76

4.76

4.77

4.77

4.77

4.77

4.79

4.81

4.81

4.82

4.83

4.85

4.86

4.88

&-e*


.05

.05

.05

.05

.06

.06

.08

.08

.09

.09

.10

.10

.10

.10

.12





.15

.16

.18

.19

.21

24


Da sIsSof jmgaUd .11
8lasped time Wate levels Drawdown

mI. Ser. (ft) (ft)

1443 00 37.54 31.88

1305 00 37.38 31.72

1507 00 37.39 31.64

1350 00 37.48 31.82

1620 00 37.57 31.91

1664 00 37.65 31.99


Drgedonm of pum#d w ell
lsped time Vater levels Drawdown

min. See. (t ) (ft)

1740 00 37.79 32.13

1800 00 38.08 32.42

1873 00 38.08 32.42

1926 00 38.20 32.54

1987 00 38.34 32.68

Pump off 130q (12-5-62)


nrowdon of o


. U 4~"


X0 00


,.


Drandown of ob











Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued


.nAaNi oC observation veil during oumoina


Elasped time

Min. Sec.

34 00

37 00

40 00

43 00

45 00

48 00

50 00

53 00

55 00

58 00

60 00

63 00

65 00

68 00

70 00

73 00

75' 00

80 00

85 00

90 00

95 00

100 00

105 00

110 00

115 00

120 00

125 00

130 00

135 00

140 00

145 00

150 00

155 00

160 00


Water levels Drawdown
*(ft) (ft)


4.92

4.98

5.03

5.07

5.12

5.12

5.12

5.12

5.24

5.29

5.31

5.32

5.35

5.39

5.41

5.44

5.47

5.55

5.60

5.66

5.71

5.77

5.83

5.87

5.94

5.99

6.04

6.10

6.14

6.19

6.25

6.31

6.35

6.42


.25

.31

.36

.40

.45

.45

.48

.54

.57

.62

.64

.65

.68

.72

.74

.77

.80

.88

.93

.99

1.04

1.10

1.16

1.20

1.27

1.32

1.37

1.43

1.47

1.52

1.58

1.64

1.68

1.75


Drawdown of observation well during umpin
Elaped te Water levels Drawdovn

Min. Sec. (ft) (ft)


165

170

175

180

195

210

225

240

255

270

285

300

330

362

390

421

480

510

540

570

600

630

660

690

721

780

840

902

960

1020

1078

1141

1201

1260


00 6.45

00 6.52

00 6.53

00 6.55

00 6.71

00 6.84

00 6.91

00 7.03

00 7.14

00 7.24

00 7.35

00 7.44

00 7.62

00 7.78

00 7.93

00 8.06

00 8.33

00 8.44

00 8.55

00 8.62

00 8.72

00 8.83

00 8.94

00 9.00

00 9.10

00 9.20

00 9.33

00 9.46

00 9.57

00 9.68

00 9.80

00 9.89

00 10.02

00 10.12


1.78

1.85

1.86

1.88

2.04

2.17

2.24

2.36

2.47

2.57

2.68

2.77

2.95

3.11

3.26

3.39

3.66

3.77

3.88

3.95

4.05

4.16

4.27

4.33

4.37

4.53

4.66

4.79

4.90

5.01

5.13

5.24

5.35

5.45


"", "


F






Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued


DraWdN n of observation v.e during pum
lshapd time Water levels Drnadown

n. Sc. -(ft) (ft)

1320 00 10.21 5.54

1380 00 10.30 5.63

1440 00 10.34 5.67

1500 00 10.39 5.72

1560 00 10.45 5.78

1620 00 10.52 5.85

1682 00 10.60 5.93

1740 00 10.68 6.01

1800 00 10.73 6.06

1943 00 10.90 6.23


Dranmwn of observation well during pumping
Elasped tie Water levels Draedown

in. sec. (ft) (t)

2040 00 10.97 6.30

2160 00 11.08 6.40

2280 00 11.18 6.51

2400 00 11.25 6.58

2520 00 11.35 6.68

2640 00 11.45 6.78

2760 00 11.50 6.83

2880 00 11.53 6.86

2940 00 11.55 6.88

2995 00 11.60 6.93

Pump off 1306 (12-5-62)









Table 11. Logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area.

(The well samples are filed with the Florida Geological Survey under
the designated W-number listed with each well number.)

Well 956-524-1411.
(295645N085239.1)-
W-2939-'

Depth, in feet,
Material below land surface

Pleistocene to Recent:

Sand, brown, quartz, very fine, subangular to

subrounded; brown organic material coating

sand grains; pieces of brown organic material. 0 10

As above, except sand lighter brown in color

and with less organic materials. . .. .10 20

As above, with abundant fragments of charred

wood; some mica ................ 20 30

Sand, brown, quartz, fine to coarse, subangular

to subrounded, clear to frosted; some clay

material coating sand grains . ... .30 40

Sand, gray to light gray, quartz, fine to very

coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to

frosted; gray clay material coating sand;

some charred wood...... ......... 40 50

Sand, light gray, quartz, coarse, subangluar to

subrounded, clear to opaque. ....... ..50 60

As above, except grain size ranges from fine to very

coarse; some gray clay cementing grains; some

mica ..................... 60 70
1/
2/ U.S. Geological Survey nine digit well number, see explanation in text.
3/ U.S. Geological Survey 14 digit well number, see explanation in text.
SFlorida Geological Survey well number.








Well 956-524-141
(Continued)

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

As above, with white crystalline calcite

fragments; no mica .............. 70 90

As above, with some gray clay. . .. 90 100

Choctawhatchee Formation:

Shell, mollusks, corals, brachiopods; clay, gray;

sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to

subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite;

foraminifers ................. 100 110

Limestone, gray to tan, crystalline; calcitized

shell fragments and foraminifers; some sand;

black phosphorite. .......... .. 110 120

Shell mollusks, coral, brachiopoda; clay, gray;

sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to

subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite;

foraminifers ................. 120 130

As above, with increase in small shell

fragments ............. ..... 130 180

As above, increase in fine quartz sand . 180 190

As above, much more fine sand; some dark gray

clay .................... 190 200

As above, but slightly clayey. . ... .200 220

As above, but more clayey. . . .. 220 250

As above, but more calcareous. . ... 250 260








Well 956-524-141
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Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

Limestone, gray to brown, mostly shell

fragments and foraminifers; some sand,

white, fine, clear to frosted (possibly

contamination); black phosphorite 260 290

As above, with an increase in sand, 35% of

sample; mica flakes; black phosphorite

grains . . . . .. 290 300

As above but less sand (approximately 10% of

sample) ............. ....... 300 310

As above, but less sand (6 to 8% of sample). .. 310 340

Chipola Formation:

Limestone, gray to brown, composed of shell

fragments, and foraminifers; small amount of

quartz sand grains and grains of black

phosphorite; some white crystalline calcite. 340 370

As above, but with increase coral fragments 370 390

Limestone, cream colored to light gray,

crystalline, composed of shell, abundant

foraminifers; sand, white, quartz,

very fine, subangular to subrounded, clear;

few black phosphorite grains . .. 390 400

As above, but with very little sand; coral

fragments................ ....... 400 420









Well 956-524-141
(Continued)


Materials

No sample ......... . .

As 400-420 above, with pea sized quartz grains;

very fine sphericle phosphorite and some

white shell fragments. . . .

Limestone, white, fragmental; shell fragments

foraminifers and approximately 40% sand; sand,

white, quartz, subangular to subrounded,

clear to frosted; a few black phosphorite

grains .. ... .. . . ..

Tampa Formation:

Limestone, cream to tan colored, fragments of

crystalline limestone; shell fragments .


Depth, in feet
below land surface

420 424





424 460









460 480





480 497








Well 006-540-412
(300630N0854017.1)
W-5812

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

Pleistocene to Recent:

Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to

very coarse; subrounded to rounded, clear

to frosted; gray clay coating some sand

grains; some black phosphorite grains; a few

foraminifers. . . . .. .0 10

Sand, brown, fine to very coarse, sub-

rounded to rounded, clear to frosted, with

brown clay coating some grains; limestone,

white, crystalline, foraminifers; some

greenish gray limestone containing

phosphorite and sand grains. . ... 10 20

As above, with less limestone and with some

green glauconite . . .... .20 40

As above, with a few limestone fragments; some

black phosphorite grains; black organic

material . . . .... 40 60

As above, with abundant shell fragments, mica

flakes and foraminifers. . . ... 60 70

As above, with increased amounts of shell

fragments. .................. 70 80









Well 006-540-412
(Continued)


Materials

Limestone, white, fossiliferous, green

glauconite; limestone, gray, containing

sand, phosphorite, and shell; no mica. .

As above, but more clayey. . . .

Choctawhatchee Formation:

Limestone, light gray, crystalline, with foramin-

ifers; sandy, black phosphorite, and abundant

black and white shell; sand, fine to coarse,

subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, con-

taining green glauconite, mica . .

As above, but approximately 65% sand and 35%

limestone and shell. . . . .

Sand, white, slightly clayey, quartz, fine to

medium, subrounded to rounded, clear to

frosted, containing a few limestone fragments;

abundant black phosphorite grains; foraminifers

(Robulus); mica flakes; green glauconite.

As above, with abundant foraminifers; with

large black phosphorite pebbles and fragments

of pyrite . . . . .

As above, with less foraminifers and shell

fragments .. .. .. .. .. ..

As above, but more clayey . . .


Depth, in feet,
below land surface





80 90

90 100











100 110



110 120









120 160





160 170



170 180

180 190