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Title: Records of hydrologic data, Walton County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 78 )
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Publication Date: 1972
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Statement of Responsibility: Charles A. Pascale, Carl F. Essig, Jr., and Renee R. Herring.
Bibliography: Bibliography: p. 103.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Randolph Hodges, Executive Director



DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
Robert O. Vernon, Director


BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
Charles W. Hendry, Jr., Chief



Information Circular No. 78



RECORDS OF HYDROLOGIC DATA,
WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA


By
Charles A. Pascale, Carl F. Essig, Jr., and Renee R. Herring


Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
and
WALTON COUNTY


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
1972



















































Completed manuscript received
February 1, 1972
Printed for the Florida Department of Natural Resources
Division of Interior Resources
Bureau of Geology
by Paramount Press
Jacksonville, Florida

Tallahassee
1972






CONTENTS


Page
Introduction .............................................. 1
Acknowledgments .................................... ...... 1
Well-numbering system ....................................... 2
Hydrologic data .......................................... .... 3
Selected data references .......................... ..... ......... 103




ILLUSTRATIONS


Page
Figure 1. Location of Walton County and a diagram illustrating
the 16-character well-numbering system ..................... 3
2. Location of surface-water and rainfall stations ................. 20
3. Location of wells that tap the Floridan aquifer and
for which data are listed in tables 5, 6, and 7 .................. 30
4. Location of wells that tap the sand-and-gravel aquifer
and for which data are listed in tables 5, 6, and 7 ............... 31
5. Location of core holes described in table 9 ................... 102




TABLES


Page
Table 1. Surface-water data-collection stations in Walton County ........... 5-6
2. Miscellaneous surface-water data .......................... 7-11
3. Chemical analyses of surface water in Walton County ......... .. .. 12-19
4. Records of rainfall in Walton County ....................... 21
5. Records of wells in Walton County .......................... 22-29
6. Records of the water level in wells in Walton County ........... .. 32-43
7. Chemical analyses of ground water in Walton County ............. 44-49
8. Geologic logs of selected wells in Walton County ................ 50-54
9. Geologic logs of selected core holes in Walton County ............ 55-101









RECORDS OF HYDROLOGIC DATA,
WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA

By
Charles A. Pascale, Carl F. Essig, Jr., and Renee R. Herring


INTRODUCTION

This report presents discharge, chemical analyses, temperatures, and specific
conductance records collected at 25 surface-water sites and chemical analyses of
ground water, well descriptions and records of ground-water levels collected at
164 ground-water sites. It also contains 35 logs of the sedimentary rocks
penetrated in the drilling of wells and test borings ranging in depth from 147 to
625 feet. These hydrologic data were collected as part of an investigation of the
water resources of the county. The interpretative results of the investigation are
in the report entitled, "Water resources of Walton County," by C. A. Pascale (in
preparation, 1971). The investigation was made by the U.S. Geological Survey at
the request of theN Walton County Board of Commissioners and in financial
cooperation with the county and the Florida Department of Natural Resources,
Bureau of Geology.
, The purpose of the report is to make available the basic data collected in
Walton County that were not previously published. Other data reports pertaining
to the county are cited in the list of selected references.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Appreciation is extended to the many individuals who furnished information
on their wells and gave access to their land and equipment for measurements and
tests. Special acknowledgment is made to First American Farms, Inc. for the use
of their wells for ground-water-level measurements and also for the use of their
irrigation equipment during aquifer tests.
Special thanks are in order for C. W. Hendry, Jr., Florida Department of
Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology. Mr. Hendry's excellent descriptions of 24
deep-well cores taken in Walton County are included in this report.
The courtesies extended by the following persons are most appreciated: Gus
Hatch, Leonard Perkins, and Terrance Williams-First American Farms, Inc.;
Lewis Miller-Western Auto Supply Store; and members of the Board of
Commissioners, Walton County: Jack D. Adair; Philip A. Anderson, Marvin
Bishop, Coy Burgess, Hughie Infinger, Conley Martin, George R. Miller, Sam
Pridgen, Clyde B. Wells, and Ralph Wilkerson.





BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


WELL-NUMBERING SYSTEM

The well-numbering system used to catalogue wells in this report is that of
the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. It is based on the
location of wells within a 1-second grid of parallels of latitude and meridians
of longitude. A 1- to 3-digit well-reference number has also been used to
facilitate identification of the well sites on illustrations and in tables. The
same numbers are used in the interpretative report previously mentioned as in
preparation.
The Geological Survey number used to catalogue wells is a 16-character
number that defines the latitude and longitude of the southeast corer of a
I-second quadrangle in which the well is located. The first six characters of
the well number include the digits of the degrees, minutes, and seconds of
latitude, in that order. The six digits defining the latitude are followed by the
letter N which indicates north latitude for wells in the northern hemisphere.
The seven digits following the letter N give the degrees, minutes, and seconds
of longitude. The last digit, set off by a period from the rest of the number,
is assigned sequentially to identify wells inventoried within a 1-second
quadrangle.
An example of the well number is illustrated in figure 1. The designation
275134N0815220.1 indicates the first well inventoried in the 1-second
quadrangle bounded by. latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude
081052'20" on the east.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Figure 1. Location of Walton County and a diagram illustrating the
16-character well-number system.


HYDROLOGIC DATA

Hydrologic and geologic information are presented in tables which group
the data according to type. Maps of the area show the locations of
data-collection stations within the country.
Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1, 2, and 3. The
surface-water data-collection sites in the tables are listed in downstream order;
table 1 indicates their type and frequency. The station number identifies the





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stations on the map in figure 2. Table 2 contains miscellaneous streamflow
measurements, temperatures, and specific conductances of surface water.
Results of selected chemical analyses of surface water are tabulated in table 3.
Rainfall records are compiled in table 4 and the locations of the rain gages are
shown in figure 2. In table 5 wells in Walton County are listed for which at
least some field data were collected from 1946 to 1970. Locations of these
wells are shown in figures 3 and 4. In tables 6 and 7 water level measurements
and results of chemical analyses are listed for some of these wells. Geologic
logs of selected wells are presented in table 8. The locations of these wells are
also shown in figure 3. Table 9 contains geologic logs of selected core holes in
Walton County collected and described by C. W. Hendry, Jr., of the Florida
Bureau of Geology. These descriptions have been taken from an unpublished
manuscript on the geology of Walton County and are used with that agency's
permission. The location of these core holes are shown in figure 5.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Table 1. Surface-water data-collection stations in Walton County
Type of record: A, Standard chemical analysis; C, Total coliform; D, Discharge and
stage; K, Conductivity; P, Pesticide analysis; S, Stage.
Frequency of record: d, Daily; p, Periodic; r, Continuous; (25), Total number of analyses
of samples or measurements of streamflow.

Drainage Type and Period
C oiatSnn Ara F &nr V f


Number


SFor location of stream, see figure 2.


ra -reqljeicJU a uo
(sq. mi.) of Record Record


.
Station Name'

12A CHOCTAWHATCHEE
RIVER BASIN
(12A3 PEA RIVER)
Eightmile Creek near Gaskin

Spring Branch near Gaskin

Limestone Creek near Gaskin


12A CHOCTAWHATCHEE
RIVER BASIN.
(12A4 BELOW PEA RIVER)
Morrison Springs near Redbay

Sandy Creek near Argyle

Bruce Creek near DeFuniak Springs

DeFuniak Lake at DeFuniak Springs

Bruce Creek near Redbay

Seven Runs Creek near Redbay

Choctawhatchee River near Bruce


12B COASTAL AREA BETWEEN
CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER AND
YELLOW RIVER
Black Creek near Bruce

Pate Branch near Freeport

Magnolia Creek near Freeport


Lafayette Creek near Freeport

Fourmile Creek near Freeport

Alaqua Creek near DeFuniak Springs

Basin Creek near Portland

Rocky Creek near Niceville


24.9 Dp(25)
A(4), C(2), K(8)
Dp(2)
A(2)
Dp(2)
A(2)




Dp(5)
A(1)
51.8 Dp(24)
A(3), C(2), K(8)
Dp(2)
A(2)
Sp(2)
A(2)
51.4 Dp(26)
A(3), C(2), K(8)
25.8 Dd
A(3), C(2), K(8)
4,384 Dr
A(3), C(2), K(3)




Dp(2)
A(2)
Dr
A(2)
11.2 Dr
A(S), C(2), K(8)
P(2)
Dp(2)
A(2)
Dp(1)
A(1), C(1)
65.6 Dr
A(3), C(2)
Dp(2)
A(2)
67.0 Dr
Dp(10)
A(3), C(2)


1968-70

1968-70

1969-70





1946-68
1968
1968-70

1969-70

1968-70

1968-70

1968-70

1930-70





1969-70

1968-70

1968-70


1969-70

1970

1951-70

1969-70

1966-68
1968-70


(continued)






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Table 1. Surface-Water Data-Collection Stations in Walton County (Continued)

Drainage Type and Period
Station Area Frequency of
Number Station Name' (sq. mi.) of Record Record

12C YELLOW RIVER BASIN
19 Caney Creek near Glendale Dp(4) 1967-70
A(2)
20 Gum Creek near DeFuniak Springs Dp(5) 1966-70
A(2)
21 Shoal River near Mossy Head 123 Dr 1951-70
A(6), C(2)
22 Lake Jackson near Paxton 2 Sd 1966-70
A(2)
23 Pine Log Creek near Flowersville Dp(2) 1969-70
A(2)
24 Long Creek near Mossy Head Dp(2) 1969-70
A(2)
25 Titi Creek near Mossy Head Dp(2) 1969-70
A(2)
For location of stream, see figure 2.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Table 2. Miscellaneous surface-water data.

Station 1 (location on fig. 2). Eightmile Creek near Gaskin

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C)

9-26-68 7.42 20.8 9-23-69 145 23.0 -
10-24-68 6.24 19.0 10-23-69 14.6 18.5 63
11-26-68 9.60 12.0 96 11-20-69 33.8 12.5 -
12-18-68 13.0 8.0 1-14-70 43.1 12.5 -
1-21-69 21.0 15.0 2-10-70 32.0 10.4 44
2-13-69 18.8 11.5 3-11-70 78.2 14.0 26
3-19-69 190 15.0 4-13-70 44.3 20.2 38
3-24-69 124 17.0 28 5-13-70 12.3 21.2 90
4-17-69 29.8 21.0 6-17-70 22.0 24.0 44
5-21-69 103 22.0 34 7-23-70 28.4 23.4 46
6-24-69 10.9 28.0 8-19-70 29.3 24.6 50
7-22-69 14.1 26.0 9-22-70 20.8 25.0 59
8-19-69 81.3 27.0
















Station 5. Sandy Creek near Argyle

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C) Measured (cfs) OC at 250C)

9-26-68 8.23 22.0 9-23-69 146 22.0 -
10-24-68 5.07 20.0 21 10-23-69 38.8 17.0 20
11-26-68 11.7 11.0 11-20-69 62.0 11.5 -
12-18-68 17.6 7.0 1-14-70 56.2 12.5 -
1-21-69 53.4 19.0 2-11-70 52.7 9.2 21
2-13-69 29.0 14.0 3-11-70 138 12.0 18
3-19-69 194 15.5 4-13-70 .138 19.0 21
4-17-69 51.2 20.0 5-13-70 24.3 21.6 22
5-20-69 148 21.2 26 6-17-70 39.1 25.3 18
6-24-69 12.4 27.0 7-23-70 50.8 26.0 22
47-22-69 23.8 25.0 8-19-70 68.0 26.0 20-
8-19-69 265 26.0 9-22-70 45.5 25.6 21






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Table 2 Miscellaneous Surface-Water Data. (Continued)

Station & Bruce Creek near Redbay

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C)

8-19-68 44.6 25.0 9-22-69 607 24.0 -
9-26-68 890 23.5 10-22-69 42.3 21.0 24
10-23-68 5.10 18.2 28 11-20-69 84.0 12.0 -
11-26-68 15.3 11.5 1-14-70 103 9.0 -
12-18-68 25.0 8.0 2-11-70 70.0 9.8 26
1-20-69 138 14.0 2-16-70 3580 12.0 -
2-13-69 38.2 9.5 3-12-70 287 16.2 23
3-20-69 187 14.0 4-14-70 121 21.5 24
4-16-69 82.0 24.0 5-12-70 20.2 21.0 23
5-19-69 71.5 20.0 30. 6-17-70 31.8 24.6 27
6-23-69 80.7 24.5 7-23-70 37.9 23.8 24
7-29-69 260 26.5 8-21-70 172 24.5 24
8-18-69 842 25.0 9-23-70 46.3 24.0 23















Station 9. Seven Runs Creek near Redbay

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) 0C at 25 C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C)

8-19-68 58.4 25.0 9-22-69 212 23.0 -
9-26-68 28.4 23.0 10-22-69 92.0 22.0 54
10-23-68 24.8 20.0 20 11-19-69 94.9 14.5 -
11-26-68 39.2 12.0 1-15-70 92.0 11.5
12-18-68 37.1 8.0 2-11-70 65.3 10.4 56
1-20-69 45.8 15.0 2-16-70 1450 15.0 -
2-13-69 32.4 11.0 3-11-70 113 14.6 37
3-18-69 411 4-14-70 88.0 20.6 64
4-16-69 76.3 21.0 5-14-70 53.2 20.6 70
5-19-69 103 22.0 41 6-17-70 123 24.5 44
6-23-69 76.1 24.0 7-23-70 71.9 24.2 64
7-28-69 211 25.0 8-21-70 91.6 25.5 62
8-18-70 345 24;5 9-23-70 72.0 26.2 69







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Table 2. Miscellaneous Surface-Water Data. (Continued)

Station 10. Choctawhatchee River near Bruce

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge -ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 250C)

9-24-68 2100 23.0 10-17-69 3400 21.5 125
10-10-68 1510 12- 9-69 3180 10.5 -
11-20-68 2320 14.0 2- 3-70 7300 11.0 48
1-13-69 3610 9.0 3-26-70 17000 17.0 42
3-10-69 5090 13.0 5-26-70 2410 26.0 143
5-13-69 3430 24.0 107 7-21-70 3310 -
6-26-69 2330 9-16-70 4290 26.5
8-19-69 7430 -


















Station 13. Magnolia Creek near Freeport

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature- mhos
Measured (cfs) C at 250C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 25 C)

8-20-68 25.6 24.5 8-19-69 64.8 25.0 -
9-27-68 20.5 22.5 8-20-69 59.9 24.0 -
10-23-68 22.2 20.0 25 9-22-69 88.3 23.0 -
11-27-68 20.7 16.0 10-23-69 38.6 19.9 -
12-18-68 19.7 9.0 11-20-69 40.3 15.0 -
1-22-69 21.2 14.8 1-13-70 38.2 11.5 -
2-11-69 19.1 14.5 2-11-70 32.1 10.8 75
3-19-69 37.6 16.5 32 2-16-70 316 16.0 -
3-24-69 76.3 18.0 3-13-70 50.0 14.0 66
4-16-69 26.2 20.5 4-14-70 50.6 19.5 73
5-20-69 28.7 24.0 55 5-14-70 30.0 20.0 90
6-26-69 22.2 26.0 6-18-70 38.6 23.6 81
7-25-69 87.4 26.0 7-23-70 29.8 23.6 85
8-18-69 87.1 24.0 8-21-70 34.2 22.8 75
8-18-69 84.8 24.0 9-23-70 33.4 24.2 84






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Table 2. Miscellaneous Surface-Water Data. (Continued)

Station 16. Alaqua Creek near DeFuniak Springs

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Ter- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) oC at 250C) Measured (cfs) oC at 250C)

9-24-68 63.4 20.0 12- 9-69 122 10.5 -
11-22-68 60.0 8.0 2- 6-70 216 8.0 12
1-16-69 75.0 8.0 2-17-70 1390 13.5 13
3-14-69 96.2 11.0 3-25-70 241 13.5 21
5-12-69 77.8 19.0 22 5-25-70 74.0 21.5 12
6-24-69 489 25.0 7-20-70 89.6 24.0 23
8-19-69 511 9-15-70 146 24.0 -
10-14-69 97.2 21.0 33


Station 18. Rocky Creek near Niceville

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Tem- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge ature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) OC at 25 C) Measured (cfs) OC at 250C)

9-27-68 98.1 21.0 2-12-69 102 12.0
10-24-68 91.3 18.0 17 4-18-69 189 20.0 -
11-25-68 109 14.0 5-21-69 125 22.0 15
12-18-68 92.0 7.0 6-25-69 101 25.5 -
1-21-69 98.3 15.0 10-24-69 182 17.9 18







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 11



Table 2. Miscellaneous Surface-Water Data. (Continued)

Station 21. Shoal River near Mossy Head

Specific Specific
Conduc- Conduc-
Tem- tance Tem- tance
Dis- per- (micro- Dis- per- (micro-
Date charge nature mhos Date charge ature mhos
Measured (cfs) C at 250C) Measured (cfs) 0C at 25C)

8-16-68 150 24.0 10-15-69 161 18.5 36
10-11-68 59.0 22.0 12-11-69 306 11.0 -
12- 5-68 113 12.0 2- 5-70 355 8.5 13
1-16-69 96.9 3-27-70 224 16.5 22
3-12-69 132 10.0 5-25-70 81.9 24.0 16
5- 7-69 87.5 25.0 17 7-21-70 137 24.0 17
6-23-69 104 9-15-70 135 24.0 -
8-18-69 504 -







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Table 3. Chemical Analyses of

[Note: Numbers preceding station

Dis-
solved Dis- Non-
Specific Solids Dis- solved car-
Con- (Residue solved Fluo- Hard- bonate Bicar-
Dis- ductance at Chloride Iron ride ness Hard- bonate
charge (micro- 180C) (CL) pH (FE) (F) (CA, MG) ness (HCO3)
Date (cfs) mhos) (mg/1) (mg/l) (units) (ug/1) (mg/i) (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/1)


Station 10 Choctawhatchee River near Bruce, Fla. (Lat. 30027'03" Long. 085053'54")
6- 4-68 2790 117 .66 5.5 6.9 .02 .1 49

: Station 16 Alaqua Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30037'00" Long. 086009'50")
6- 4-68 60 13 11 2.5 5.9 .07 .0 2


Station 18 Rocky Creek near Niceville (Lat. 300 32'07" Long. 0860 22'55")
5- 7-68 137 12 11 2.5 5.8 .04 .0

Station 21 Shoal River near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 30047'45" Long. 086018'25")
1-25-68 180 19 16 3.2 5.5 .15 .0
3- 8-68 128 17 20 3.0 5.4 .11 .1
4-26-68 90 17 18 3.2 6.0 .16 .1
6-21-68 51 142 91 32 6.0 .01 .1 2


Station 1
11-26-68
3-24-69
5-21-69


- Eightmile Creek near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat. 30058'50" Long. 0860 10'45")
9.7 96 58 3.2 6.7 .1
124 28 32 3.0 5.9 .1
103 34 52 3.2 5.7 170 .2


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1


0 60


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2 1


3 1
3 1
4 2
4 14


3 7
8 4
1 7


Station 2 Spring Branch near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat. 30"58'18" Long. 086005'53")
5-15-69 36 104 64 3.0 6.7 40 .1 50 3 57

Station 3- Limestone Creek near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat. 3059'10" Long. 08602'41")
5-15-69 27 123 74 4.5 6.8 60 .1 58 1 70

Station 4 Morrison Spring near Redbay, Fla. (Lat. 30039'25" Long. 08554'12")
9-11-69 220 112 2.0 8.1 0 .2 109 6 126

Station 5 Sandy Creek near Argyle, Fla. (Lat. 30o45'49" Long. 086001'22")
10-24-68 5.2 21 15 3.8 5.9 30 .1 2 0 6
5-20-69 148 26 40 3.5 4.9 180 .1 4 4 0


Station 6 Bruce Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat 30041'53" Long. 086004'50")
5-15-69 25 43 92 4.2 5.0 120 .2 8

Station 7 DeFuniak Lake at DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30"43'09" Long. 086006'42")
5-16-69 30 16 2.8 5.8 40 .0 7


8 9


4 4


Station 8- Bruce Creek near Red Bay, Fla. (Lat. 30P36'51" Long. 08600'50")
10-23-68 510 28 22 5.2 6.3 0 .1 4 0 6
5-19-69 71 30 30 4.5 5.3 0 .1 6 4 2

Station 9 Seven Runs Creek near Red Bay, Fla. (Lat. 30032'18" Long. 085"55'14")
10-23-68 24 20 14 4.0 5.6 20 .0 4 0 5
5-19-69 103 41 38 6.2 4.7 40 .1 8 8 0


Station 10- Choctawhatchee River near Bruce, Fla. (Lat. 3027'03" Long. 08553'54")
5-13-69 3430 107 69 5.0 6.7 50 .1 41

Station 11 Black Creek near Bruce, Fla. (Lat. 30"28'26" Long. 085059'20")
5-16-69 48 26 42 4.2 5.0 160 .2 6


0 52


6 0


I
(:








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 13


Surface Water in Walton County (Continued)

names are station numbers in fig. 2.1


Dis- Dis-
solved solved Alka- Color
Cal- Magne- Potas- Phos- linity (Plat- Tem- Dis-
cium sium Sodium sium Sulfate Nitrate phate as Silica inum- per- solved
(CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (SO4) (NO3) (P04) (CACO3) (SIO2) Cobalt ature Oxygen
(mg/1) (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/l) (mg/1) units) (C) (mg/1)


.16 2.2 3.3 .7 .2 .4 .02 49 4.8 5 28 5.3


.5 .2 1.2 .3 .0 .2 .03 3 4.8 20 23 6.7


.3 .2 1.3 .1 .0 .2 .03 1 3.9 5 19 7.3


.9 .3 1.5 .2 .4 .2 2 5.0 45 8 -
.7 .4 1.6 .2 .8 .6 2 3.0 40 11 -
1.0 .4 1.4 .2 .0 1.3 .05 2 4.1 35 17 7.7
5.7 2.5 16 .6 4.0 .2 10 3.9 10 24 -


14 1.9 2.1 .2 3.6 .0 36 7.3 10 12
2.0 .6 1.9 .0 2.8 .0 3 4.2 40 17 -
3.3 .7 2.2 .9 1.2 1.1 .03 4 3.8 120 22 4.5


17 1.7 1.7 .3 .4 .1 .01 47 5.0 10 20 5.7


20 2.0 1.7 .4 .4 .1 .01 57 6.4/ 10 19 7.2


30 8.2 2.0 103 21 -


.6 .3 2.7 .6 .0 3 5 4.5 25 20 -
1.1 .4 2.6 .5 .8 .0 .19 0 3.8 120 21 5.5


1.9 .7 3.5 1.2 .0 2.4 1.0 0 5.2 50 18 5.7


2.0 .4 1.5 1.0 1.6 .4 .02 3 .3 0 25 7.6


1.0 .4 3.0 1.1 .0 1.0 5 5.6 30 18
1.4 .5 3.4 .6 .8 1.3 .17 2 5.8 30 20 5.5


.9 .5 1.3 .9 .4 .9 4 3.4 20 20 -
1.8 .9 2.5 1.4 .8 3.6 .02 0 3.4 55 22 5.6


13 1.9 3.4 1.3 .8 .2 .02 43 6.1 10 24 -


1.7 .4 1.6 .7 .8 .0 .01 0 5.0 130 19 6.3






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Table 3. Chemical Analyses of

Dis-
solved Dis- Non-
Specific Solids Dis- solved car-
Con- (Residue solved Fluo- Hard- bonate Bicar-
Dis- ductance at Chloride Iron ride ness Hard- bonate
charge (micro- 180 C) (CL) pH (FE) (F) (CA, MG) ness (HCO3)
Date (cfs) mhos) (mg/l) (mg/l) (units) (ug/1) (mg/1) (ng/I) (mg/l) (mg/1)

Station 12 Pate Branch near Freeport, Fla. (Lat. 30 28'44" Long. 086004'25")
5- 5-69 2.0 23 20 3.5 5.6 0 .1 6 4 3

Station 13- Magnolia Creek near Freeport, Fla. (Lat. 3031'48" Long. 08605'15")
10-23-68 106 25 14 5.0 5.7 30 .0 5 2 3
3-24-69 76 32 25 5.2 5.1 .1 7 7 0
5-20-69 28 55 38 7.5 4.6 0 .0 12 12 0

Station 14 Lafayette Creek at Freeport, Fla. (Lat 30029'35" Long. 086007'33")
5-16-69 99 32 21 6.0 5.0 50 .1 8 8 0

Station 16- Alaqua Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30037'00" Long. 086 09'50")
5-12-69 77 22 13 4.0 5.6 0 .1 3 2 1

Station 17 Basin Creek near Portland, Fla. (Lat. 30031'02" Long. 086 14'09")
5-16-69 58 19 13 3.2 5.5 40 .0 4 3 2

Station 18 Rocky Creek near Niceville (Lat. 30"32'07" Long. 086"22'55")
5-21-69 125 15 16 2.5 5.4 50 .0 2 2 0

Station 19 Caney Creek near Gordon (Lat 30052'46" Long. 086013'11")
5-15-69 21 20 16 2.5 4.9 90 .1 4 4 0

Station 20 Gum Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 3048'06" Long. 086 11'42")
5-15-69 52 22 17 3.5 5.0 0 .1 4 4 0

Station 21 Shoal River near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 30"47'45" Long. 086 18'25")
5- 7-69 87 17 14 2.5 5.4 50 .0 3 3 1

Station 22 Lake Jackson near Paxton, Fla. (Lat. 3059'13" Long. 086 19'40")
5-19-69 33 20 4.0 5.5 0 .1 8 5 3

Station 23- Pine Log Creek near Flowersville, Fla. (Lat. 30052'43" Long 086021'42")
5-15-69 81 21 20 3.0 5.1 60 .1 5 5 0

Station 24 Long Creek near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 30"49'42" Long. 086 20'31")
5-15-69 84 31 29 6.0 5.1. 70 .1 4 3 2

Station 25 Titi Creek near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 30"42'07" Long. 085 23'16")
5-16-69 30 18 20 2.2 4.9 70 .1 2 2 0

Station 1 Eightmile Creek near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat. 3058'50" Long. 0860 10'45")
5-14-70 12 90 51 3.3 6.8 .1 38 8 37
9-22-70 21 59 53 3.2 6.8 .1 26 6 24

Station 2- Spring Branch near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat 3058'18" Long. 086005'53")
5-19-70 1.9 195 109 2.5 7.8 .1 10 4 118

SStation 3- Limestone Creek near Gaskin, Fla. (Lat. 30"59'10" Long. 08602'41")
5-19-70 13 190 107 2.0 7.9 .1 101 7 115







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 15



Surface Water in Walton County (Continued)


Dis- Dis-
solved solved Alka- Color
Cal- Magne- Potas- Phos- linity (Plat- Ter- Dis-
cium sium Sodium sium Sulfate Nitrate phate as Silica inum- per- solved
(CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (SO4) (NO3) (PO4) (CACO3) (SI02) Cobalt ature Oxygen
(mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/l)_ (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/1) (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/l) units) (C) (mg/l)


1.6 .5 1.7 .2 .0 .8 .01 2 8.2 5 21 -


1.0 .6 1.4 1.0 .0 1.2 2 3.4 10 20
1.4 .8 2.1 .4 2.4 .0 0 .3 40 18 -
2.2 1.6 2.7 1.9 .8 8.0 .04 0 3.0 5 24 6.6


1.6 .9 1.7 1.0 .8 3.2 .01 0 1.7 30 21 6.6


.8 .3 1.4 2.1 1.2 .1 .03 1 5.6 10 19 -


1.1 .4 1.9 .2 .8 .1 .02 2 3.2 30 19 6.8


.4 .3 1.3 .3 .4 .0 .02 0 4.2 5 22 5.0


.8 .4 1.5 .2 .8 .1 .03 0 4.3 50 19 6.2


.8 .5 1.8 .4 .8 .1 .04 0 4.3 50 19 6.8


.7 .4 1.5 .3 .8 .5 .07 1 3.9 10 25


2.0 .6 2.9 .8 4.8 .0 .02 2 .0 0 28 6.1


1.3 .5 1.5 .4 .8 .1 .01 0 4.4 50 19 7.3


.9 .5 1.7 3.5 .8 .1 .28 2 3.2 50 20 7.4


.3 .3 1.2 .1 .4 .1 .02 0 3.6 .50 18 8.3


12 2.0 1.7 .3 .3 .4 .10 30 6.1 30 -
7.8 1.5 1.8 .4 .8 .7 20 6.6 50 25.0


35 3.1 1.4 .3 .8 .2 .09 97 7.4 5 22.0 5.0


35 3.1 2.0 .3 .1 .4 .10 94 7.4 5 21.0 7.0





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Table 3. Chemical Analyses of


Dis-
solved Dis- Non-
Specific Solids Dis- solved car-
Con- (Residue solved Fluo- Hard- bonate Bicar-
Dis- ductance at Chloride Iron ride ness Hard- bonate
charge (micro- 180C) (CL) pH (FE) (F) (CA, MG) ness (HCO3)
Date (cfs) mhos) (mg/I) (mg/1) (units) (ug/1) (mg/l) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1)

Station 5 Sandy Creek near Argyle, Fla. (Lat. 30045'49" Long. 086 01'22")
5-14-70. 24 22 21 3.5 6.3 .1 4 0 5
9-22-70 46 21 25 3.0 5.9 .3 4 1 3

Station 6- Bruce Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30041'53" Long. 086004'50")
5-20-70 3.7 58 57 5.7 5.5 .1 10 9 1

Station 7 DeFuniak Lake at DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30043'09" Long. 086006'42")
5-20-70 27 25 2.8 6.7 .0 7 2 7

Station 8 Bruce Creek near Red Bay, Fla. (Lat. 3036'51" Long. 08600'50")
5-14-70 20 23 22 3.4 5.9 .1 4 0 3
9-23-70 46 23 28 3.0 5.6 .1 4 3 2

Station 9 Seven Runs Creek near Red Bay, Fla. (Lat. 300 3218" Long. 085 55'14'")
5-14-70 53 70 59 9.3 4.7 .0 12 14 0
9-23-70 72 6 42 8.2 4.8 .1 16 16 0

Station 10 Choctawhatchee River near Bruce, Fla. (Lat. 3027'03" Long. 08553'54")
5-26-70 2400 143 79 6.3 7.2 .2 64 5 72

Station 11 Black Creek near Bruce, Fla. (Lat. 300 28'26" Long. 085059'20")
5-18-70 11 17 21 2.5 6.5 .1 4 2 2

Station 12 Pate Branch near Freeport, Fla. (Lat. 30028'44" Long. 086 04'25")
5-26-70 1.6 42 34 5.8 6.2 .1 11 9 3

Station 13- Magnolia Creek near Freeport, Fla. (Lat. 30031'48" Long. 086 05'15")
3-12-70 50 66 55 8.4 4.6 .0 14 14 0
5-14-70 30 90 58 10 4.7 .1 19 19 0
9-23-70 33 84 60 9.8 4.8 .1 20 .20 0

SStation 14 Lafayette Creek at Freeport, Fla. (Lat 30029'35" Long. 085007'33")
5-18-70 112 60 47 8.1 5.4 .0 14 13 1

Station 16- Alaqua Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 30037'00" Long. 086009'50")
5-25-70 74 12 17 2.0 6.2 .1 3 0 3

Station 17 Basin Creek near Portland, Fla. (Lat 30031'02"' Long. 086 14'09")
5-20-70 21 19 20 3.0 5.6 .0 3 2 1

SStation 18 Rocky Creek near Niceville (Lat 300 32'07" Long. 0860 22'55")
5-14-70 13 11 2.7 6.2 .1 2 1 2


Station 19 Caney Creek near Gordon (Lat 30052'46"' Long. 086013'11")
S5-19-70 1.6 16 23 3.4 6.2 .0


3 2 2


Station 20 Gum Creek near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. (Lat. 3048'06" Long. 086 11'42")
S5-20-70 5.3 16 23 3.1 5.8 .0 2 1 2

Station 21 Shoal River near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 3047'45" Long. 086 18'25")
5-25-70 81 16 19 2.7 6.2 .1 3 2 2






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 17



Surface Water in Walton County (Continued)


Dis- Dis-
solved solved Alka- Color
Cal- Magne- Potas- Phos- linity (Plat- Ter- Dis-
cium sium Sodium sium Sulfate Nitrate phate as Silica inum- per- solved
(CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (S04) (NO3) (P04) (CACOs) (SIO2) Cobalt ature Oxygen
(mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/l) (mg/l) units) (C) (mg/1)


.9 .4 2.4 .5 .3 .6 .51 4 3.3 40 21.5 -
.8 .4 2.0 .7 .4 .0 2 4.0 30 25.6 -


2.5 .9 4.4 2.1 .8 1.0 2.3 1 5.0 50 21.0 4.9


2.2 .4 1.6 .9 1.9 .0 .08 6 .5 5 27.0 7.0


1.1 .4 2.2 .6 .6 .9 .25 2 4.2 30 21.0
1.1 .4 2.0 .5 .8 .6 2 6.0 30 24.0


2.7 1.8 2.9 3.6 .4 13 .08 0 3.2 5 25.0 -
3.0 1.9 1.7 4.0 .4 14 0 3.6 5 26.0 -


21 2.8 4.9 .7 .6 1.2 .09 59 7.6 5 26.0 6.3


1.0 .3 1.4 .2' .6 .0 .06 2 3.9 40 20.5 7.9


2.5 1.2 2.1 1.5 .3 .7 .02 2 3.8 5 26.0 6.5


2.3 2.0 1.6 3.2 1.0 14 0 2.9 10 -
3.5 2.6 2.0 4.2 .2 19 .08 0 3.4 5 20.0
3.5 2.7 1.8 4.6 .8 21 0 3.6 0 24.2 -


2.6 1.8 1.9 2.9 .6 11 .06 1 3.0 5 26.0 6.6


.6 .3 1.2 .2 .0 .2 .10 2 3.7 10 21.5 7.5


.6 .4 1.4 .3 .2 1.5 .05 1 3.3 20 21.0 7.0


.4 .2 1.5 .3 .2 .2 .06 2 3.8 10 21.0 -


.9 .3 2.1 .2 .6 .3 ..12 2 5.5 40 20.0 5.0


.5 .3 1.7 .2 .6 .4 .10 2 4.8 40 19.0 6.6


.6 .4 1.4 .3 .4 .7 .08 2 3.6 10 24.0 7.6





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Table 3. Chemical Analyses of

Dis-
solved Dis- Non-
Specific Solids Dis- solved car-
Con- (Residue solved Fluo- Hard- bonate- Bicar-
Dis- ductance at Chloride Iron ride ness Hard- bonate
charge (micro- 180C) (CL) pH (FE) (F) (CA, MG) ness (HCOs)
Date (cfs) mhos) (mgfl) (mg/1) (units) (ug/1) (mgfl) (mg/1) (mg/I) (mg/1)

Station 22 Lake Jackson near Paxton, Fla. (Lat. 3059'13" Long. 086 19'40")
5-13-70 32 24 3.6 6.2 .1 7 4 4

Station 23 Pine Log Creek near Flowersville, Fla. (Lat. 3052'43" Long. 086 21'42")
5-19-70 9.6 34 26 2.5 7.1 .1 14 2 14

Station 24 Long Creek near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat 30"49'42" Long. 08620'31")
5-19-70 14 16 19 3.0 6.4 .0 3 1 3

Station 25 Titi Creek near Mossy Head, Fla. (Lat. 30042'07" Long. 0850 23'16')
5-19-70 22 13 13 2.2 6.3 .0 3 2 2






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 19



Surface Water in Walton County (Continued)


Dis- Dis-
solved solved Alka- Color
Cal- Magne- Potas- Phos- linity (Plat- Ter- Dis-
cium sium Sodium sium Sulfate Nitrate phate as Silica inum- per- solved
(CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (S04) (NOs) (P04) (CACOa) (SIO) Cobalt ature Oxyge:
(mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/l) (mg/1) units) (C) (mg/l)

1.8 .6 2.3 .9 4.6 .0 .06 3 .5 5 27.0 -


3.2 1.3 1.6 .2 .8 .2 .08 11 6.2 20 22.0 7.5


.7 .4 1.3 .3 .5 .5 .08 2 5.0 20 21.0 6.5


.9 .3 1.1 .2 .6 .3 .07 2 3.3 10 20.0 7.6






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R20W R19W R18W 86 R17W
.e6.00.


Dl,
Surface water station-numbers
refer to stations in tables 1,2ond3.

Az.
Rainfall station-numbers refer
to stations in table 4.

Shaded station symbols indicate
continuous measurements;
open symbols indicate periodic
or intermittent measurements.


Eglin Air Force Bose Boundary.


0 5 10 MILES
t I


Figure 2. Location of surface-water and rainfall stations.


R21W







Table 4. Records of rainfall in Walton County.

Rainfall in Inches

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


Station 26. Reeves' residence on Lake Jackson near Paxton, Fla.
(3059'N.860 20'W.)


4.80 1.94
9.23 2.95


7.06
1.44


0.30
10.80


2.76
11.22 6.24 6.77
4.50 11.08 5.58


3.01 3.94 1.54
2.54 2.16 4.49


Station 27. William's farm near Dorcas, Fla.
(30050'N.86 26'W.)


7.20 4.62 8.71 2.77
8.41 1.41 2.24 14.90


9.30
8.01


1.61
7.85 7.69
11.41 3.62


0.88 3.95 6.67
5.12 2.52 6.16


Station 28. Eglin Air Force Alaqua Tower near DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
(300 41'N.860 14'W.)


1968
1969
1970



1968
1969
1970



1968
1969
1970



1968
1969
1970


8.65 5.47
13.19 6.12


7.03
3.13 6.17 4.19


Station 29. Eglin Air Force Rock Hill Tower near Freeport, Fla.
(300 35'N.860 06'W.)


2.51 5.38
3.81 12.19


8.10 3.29 6.06
7.97 2.12 3.29


4.97 12.09 7.06 9.38
8.43 5.38 8.62 3.17


3.74
4.47 3.64 4.67


Station 30. First American Farms, Owl's Head Property near Freeport, Fla.
(300 33'N.860 03'W.)


1969 0.84
1970 3.00


3.60
8.16


7.80 3.00 7.32
11.21 1.56 3.00


2.16 12.41
M.R. 3.00


9.00 7.80
M.R. M.R.


1.68 3.48 4.08


M.R. Missing Record


2.04
4.14


3.94
8.57


1.64
4.05


3.49
5.58


6.94 2.70 4.40 0.68 14.38
7.14 3.05 2.47 M.R. 4.59


0.72
5.63


4.10
9.69






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Table 5. Records of


Well-reference number: Reference numbers are used to identify wells in data and interpretive reports and to locate
wels in figures 3 and 4.
Location: See figure 1 and text foc explanation of well-location numbering system.
Major aquifer: I F, Floridan; 1S, sand-and-gravel.
Well finish: P, perforated casing; S, screen; T, sand point; W, walled; X, open hole.
Method drilled: B, bored; C, cable; D, dug; H, hydraulic rotary; J, jetted; V, driven.
Altitude of land-surface datum: To tenth of a foot if determined by precise leveling; otherwise to nearest foot
above mean sea level.
Water level: + denotes water level is above land-surface datum.
Log available: D, driller's; E, resistivity and/or spontaneous potential; F, fluid resistivity; G, geologist's and/or
samples available; J, gamma ray; W, electric and radiation; 8, other combinations.

Well Casing
Refer- Date Well Casing Diam-
ence Drilled Major Depth Depth eter Well Method
Number Location Owner (year) Aquifer (ft) (ft) (in.) Finish Drilled

1 301637N0860002.1 Inlet BeachW. S. 1968 1F 455 122 12 X H
2 301717N0862333.1 W.W. Hunter 1966 1S 60 58 2 T V
4 301827N0860534.2 A. Goldwaithe 1965 1F 2 X H
5 301856N0860718.1 Curtis Simmons 1967 1F 360 168 3 X H

6 301856N0860743.1 N. H.Waters 1S 60 2 S V
7 301902N0860755.1 R. Dyson 1965 IF 450 4 X H
8 301945N0860928.1 Florida Park Service IF 460 406 3 X H
9 301946N0860957.1 Van R. Butler 1939 1F 466 424 4 P H
10 302035N0861227.1 Bluegulf Resort 1950 1F 415 186 6 X H


11 302056N0861255.1 T.E. Creamer
12 302056N0861416.1 Sarogabi
13 302058N0861432.1 Eric Allen
14 302100N0861424.1 W. C. Morse
15 302102N0861424.1 A. L. Gorby


1968 IF 450
1970 IF 185 118
1966 1F 340 100
1965 IF 385 220
1963 IF 368 270


16 302103N0861315.1 L. Schulemaurg 1970 IF 455 317
17 302111N0861434.1 Eric Allen 1961 IF 330 90
18 302112N0861501.1 M. P. Banjavich 1970 1F 455 296
19 302117N0860528.1 Florida Forest Service 1963 IF 400 189
20 302202N0860700.1 Walton County 1F 400

21 302211N0861926.1 C. Everett 1954 IF 450 250
22 302214N0860652.1 Mrs. O. Saltsman 1F 450
23 302214N0861207.1 J. D. Miller 1968 1S 60 56
24 302215N0860555.1 Mrs. O. Saltsman 1F 450
25 302217N0861918.1 T.C. Rice 1957 1S 60 57

26 302221N0860652.1 C. H. McGee Jr. 1955 1F 365 65
27 302227N0861410.1 Vernon Bishop 1951 1F 104 94
28 302228N0861403.1 R. 0. Saltsman 1954 1F 175 105
29 302228N0862019.1 Sunny Sands C. G. 1969 1F 520 180
30 302229N0861544.1 D. C. Bishop 1F 21 252

31 302231N0861504.1 A. Hauck 1970 1S 32 29
32 302231N08615121 James A. Anthony 1964 1S 32 30
33 302231N0861532.1 J.A. Holley 1967 1F 545 265
34 302231N0861532.2 J.A.Holley 1960 1S 24 22
35 302231N0862143.1 M. T. Fontar 1965 1F 420 350


36 302232N0862100.1 W. Lubkehan
37 302242N0860902.1 Forest Davis
38 302243N0860917.1 T. Williams
39 302305N0861343.1 Walton County
40 302308N0861034.1 W. L Dannelly


3 X H
2 X H


1953 1S 24 22
1968 1F 393 212
1962 1F 389
1965 1F 335 247
- IF 390 180







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 23
wells in Walton County.

Use of water: C, commercial; H, domestic; I, irrigation; N, industrial; P, public supply; S, stock supply; U, unused.
Iron concentration, in milligrams per liter: 0, 0.00-0.05; 1, 0.06-0.1; 2, 0.11-0.30; 3, 0.31-0.50; 4, 0.51-1.0; 5,
1.1-3.0; 6, 3.1-5.0; 7, 5.1-10.
Chloride concentration in milligrams per liter: 0, 0-10; 1, 11-25; 2, 20-100; 3, 101-250; 4, 251-500; 5,501-1,000;
6, 1,001-2,000; 7, 2,001-5,000.
Specific conductance, micromhos: 0, 0-50; 1, 51-150; 2, 151-300; 3, 301-500; 4, 501-1,000; 5, 1,001-2,000; 6,
2,001-5,000; 7,5,001-10,000.
Quality-of-water analyses available:-C, complete; K, conductance; M, multiple-complete and one or more partial;
P, partial.



Alti- Date Ter- Specific
Draw Pumping tude Water Water Log Use Date per- Con-
Yield Down Period ofLSD Level Level Avail- of ofQW ature Chlo- duc- QW
(GPM) (ft) (hours) (ft.) (ft) Meas. able Water Sample (C) Iron ride tance Type


24 6-68 DG P
6 H
S H
S H

S H
H
12 3-70 E8 P
13 4-61 J P
D P

S P
DG C
7 6-68 P
S H
14 7-63 H

21 5-70 H
1 6-68 H
2 5-70 I
21 5-63 H
9 11-46 H -

S H
+16 3-36 H
S H
+16 3-36 H
S H

+14 3-70 U
S H
S H
17 3-70 N
0 4-61 H

S H
S H
4 5-70 H
H
9 6-65 H

8 H
S H
+ 6 2-70 H
S N
S H


3-68 1 1
5-70 21.5 7 0
4-65 1
6-70 21.2 1

6-70 21.5 5 -
9-69 21.0 -
7-68 3
6-68 26.0 4
5-70 20.5 3

7-69 21.5 2 2
7-70 21.8 1
6-68 23.0 1
5-70 20.5 0 0
7-63 0 2

5-70 19.0 3
5-63 22.0 -
5-70 21.0 5
5-63 22.0 0 2
5-63 24.0 -

9-69 22.0 2 2
6-68 24.0 3
6-70 -
24.0 -
9-69 22.5 7 1

3
9-69 21.5 2 0
9-69 21.0 4 2
3-70 22.0 1
7-68 4

5-70 20.0 5 0
5-70 21.0 5 3
5-70 21.0 3 5
5-70 22.0 7 1
7-68 21.0 0

6-69 21.0 5 1
6-70 21.0 4
2-70 20.0 4
9-69 21.5 5
6-70 22.5 5


C
1 P
4 C
2 P

1 P
P
4 C
5 C
5 M

3 P
2 P
3 C
2 M
3 C

4 P
3 P
5 M
3 C
5 K

4 P
4
P

1 P

L
3 P
3 P
2
5 C

1 P
4 P
6 M
2 P
2 C

1 P
5 P
5 C
P
6 P
(continued)







BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 5. Records of


Well Casing
Refer- Date Well Casing Diam-
ence Drilled Major Depth Depth eter Well Method'
Number Location Owner (year) Aquifer (ft.) (ft.) (in.) Finish Drilled


41 302309N0861109.1 J. D. Miller
42 302314N0861034.1 W. A. Holley
43 302317N0861037.1 Travis Cosby
44 302320N0861041.1 Ernest Boyce
45 302337N0861716.1 William Gatley

46 302341N0860515.1 Jack Adair
47 302346N0861812.1 Alice L. Davis
48 302357N0861007.1 Florida
49 302442N0861307.1 S. L. Matthews
50 302444N0860010.1 Mack Morrison

51 302548N0860813.1 A. M. Tinsley
52 302549N0860717.1 Emery Meigs
53 302559N0860757.1 Sidney Latimer
54 302600N0860918.1 Harold Hendry
55 302603N0860915.1 Addaly Stiller

56 320608N0860636.1 Leon Jornigan
57 302612N0855759.1 Bernie Reddick
58 302615N0860925.1 Guy Cargile
59 302616N0860635.1 Samuel Smith
60 302619N0860642.1 Samuel Smith

61 302628N0860930.1 George Hall
62 302634N0860831.1 J. Gay
63 302637N0855433.1 William Wilson
64 302648N0860758.1 M. E. Dixon
65 302707N0860904.1 Donald Estes

66 302708N0860557.1 Armstrong Cork
67 302720N0861053.1 Joseph Wheeler
68 302721N0861014.1 Selma Madara
69 302723N0860935.1 T & W Moody
70 302800N0860816.1 L.T. Blue

71 302803N0860732.1 Levi Smith
72 302825N0860743.1 Murdock Belser
73 302841N0861952.1 R. E. Lalonde
74 302847N0861428.1 Florida Park Service
75 302912N0861458.1 R. A. Marsh


1966 1F 480 190
1960 1F 354 162
1970 1F 260 160
1968 IF 380 178
1966 1F 423 200

1963 1F 325 125
1959 1F 400
- IF -
1957 1F 330 165
1969 1F 229 112

1961 1F 350 84
1948 1F 240 90
1964 1F 177 116
1953 1F 220 90
1969 1F 270

1969 1F 197 128
1965 1F 162 82
1954 1F 220 90
- 1F 200 112
1969 1F 310 106

1967 1F 225 92
1968 .F 190 84
1949 1F 196 60
1953 1F 238
1968 1F 250 84

1945 1F 932 704
- 1F 217
1931 1F 250 100
1907 1F 210
1969 1F 310 176

1967 1F 250 84
1968 1F 222 84
1969 1F 316 132
1968 1F 287 160
1950 1F 160


76 302928N0860821.1 Murphy Oil Company 1F 177 128
77 302929N0860818.1 Murphy Oil Company 1F 125 -
78 302932N0860815.1 City of Freeport 1968 IF 504 168
79 302947N0860243.1 First Amer. Fms. 1967 1F 400 150
80 303020N0862145.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1S 65 -

81 303027N0860513.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 1F 393 216
82 303040N0861202.1 D. Martin 1962 1F 230 115
83 303045N0861142.1 Walton County 1939 1F 212 45
84 303049N0862037.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1F 380 -
85 303049N0862037.2 Eglin Air Force Base 1S 87 -

86 303053N0860753.1 J.M. Thompson 1962 IF 207 62
87 303103N0862010.1 Egin Air Force Base 1F 475 -
88 303103N0862010.2 Eglin Air Force Base 1F 382 305
89 303144N08619221 Eglin Air Force Base 1S 47 -
90 303157N0855706.1 Firt Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 399 200








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 25

Wells in Walton County (Continued)


Alti- Date Ter- Specific
Draw Pumping tude Water Water Log Use Date per- Con-
Yield Down Period ofLSD Level Level Avail- of ofQW ature Chlo- duc- QW
(GPM) (ft) (hours) (ft.) (ft.) Meas. able Water Sample (C) Iron ride tance Type

10 H 9-69 21.5 4 5 P
5 + 7 12-69 8 H 12-69 24.0 5 6 P
5 + 2 5-70 H 5-70 20.5 0 5 5 M
5 + 5 6-70 H 6-70 22.0 5 6 P
8 + 1 5-70 H 5-70 21.0 2 3 P

5 +6 1-68 H 2-70 19.0 1 2 2 P
6 3 3-70 H 9-69 23.0 2 1 3 C
50 5 +14 9-61 FJ H 7-61 24.5 5 5 L
5 + 3 9-69 H 9-69 23.0 5 6 C
12 + 5 9-69 8 U 9-69 22.0 1 2 C

5 20 5-61 H 5-63 22.0 5 K
13 0 9-69 H 9-69 22.0 5 5 C
5 + 7 12-69 8 H 12-69 22.0 4 5 P
5 H 6-70 23.0 4 5 P
5 P 6-70 23.5 4 5 P

3 + 4 12-69 8 H 12-69 19.5 6 6 P
8 +15 7-66 H -
5 H 6-70 23.5 4 5 P
6 + 1 12-69 EJ U 3-70 7
7 + 5 12-69 8 U 12-69 20.0 6 6 P

5 + 8 12-69 8 H 12-69 22.0 5 5 P
10 3 H 9-69 22.0 6 1 2 P
16 +7 6-68 H 6-68 0 1 C
10 3 7-68 H 6-70 21.5 3 4 P
5 H 6-70 21.5 2 3 P

21 11 8-68 G U 9-68 2 L
10 + 5 12-69 EJ U 12-69 22.0 3 4 P
1700 4 +23 -31 U 8-68 3 5 J
4 9 6-68 H 8-68 22.0 3 5 J
6 1 9-69 H 9-69 22.0 2 3 C

12 H 6-70 22.4 2 2 P
20 H 6-70 21.5 P
2 + 7 12-69 8 U 12-69 21.5 0 2 P
10 3 P 9-69 21.5 0 2 P
2 +20 4-61 H 7-62 0 L

5 2 5-68 B C -
18 8 6-68 U 6-68 22.0 2 K
1000 23 P 9-69 23.0 0 2 C
90 64 1-68 I -
15 72 33 P 8-65 1 0 0 C

80 80 5-68 8 I -
24 6 6-68 U -
25 6 12-69 8 U 12-69 19.5 0 1 P
15 99 H 8-65 3 0 2 C
5 99 U 8-60 3 0 0 C

60 51 6-68 EJ U -
30 92 P 8-60 2 0 2 C
100 4 92 56 P 8-65 1 0 2 C
10 : 97 P 8-65 2 0 0 C
140 121 5-68 W I -
(continued)







26 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 5. Records of

Well Casing
Refer- Date Well Casing Diam-
ence Drilled Major Depth Depth eter Well Method
Number Location Owner (year) Aquifer (ft) (ft) (in.) Finish Drilled

91 303214N0855804.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 1F 506 218 10 X H
92 303214N0855804.2 U.S. Geological Survey 1969 15 23 21 1 T J
93 303223N0855704.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 1F 585 193 12 X H
94 303251N0855957.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 498 224 10 X H
95 303348N0860224.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 440 255 12 X H

96 303348N0860224.2 U.S. Geological Survey 1969 IS 18 15 1 T J
97 303417N0855731.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 440 197 12 X H
98 303426N0860540.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 399 212 10 X H
99 303426N0860611.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 IF 440 191 10 X H
100 303426N0860611.2 U.S. Geological Survey 1969 1S 32 30 1 T J

101 303434N0861303.1 U.S. AirForce 1962 IF 440 278 12 X H
102 303443N0861939.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1F 452 6 X -
103 303454N0855606.1 Florida Forest Service 1960 1F 300 180 4 X H
104 303456N0861916.1 Eglin Air Force Base IS 60 4 S H
105 303500N0860309.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 1F 490 188 10 X H

106 303545N0860646.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1F 440 248 4 X -
107 303736N0855548.1 Louie Miller 1964 1F 100 81 4 X H
108 303800N0860700.1 A. Sconiers 1969 IF 330 294 4 X H
109 303803N0855822.1 Walton County 1950 1F 147 100 4 X H
110 303847N0860645.1 C. Dombrowski 1968 IF 310 305 4 X H

III 303918N0855430.1 M. S. Sutton 1968 IF 242 4 X H
112 303937N0861257.1 U.S. AirForce 1965 1F 620 354 4 X H
113 303943N0861702.1 Egin AirForce Base 1962 1S 165 155 4 S H
114 303943N0861702.2 Eglin AirForce Base IS 90 S -
115 303946N0862057.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1953 IS 108 99 4 C

116 303952N0862027.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1953 IS 104 4 S C
117 303954N0861338.1 U.S. AirForce 1965 IF 620 354 4 X H
118 304005N0862030.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1S 106 4 S -
119 304007N0862038.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1953 1S 110 100 4 S C
120 304023N0862038.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1953 IS 95 85 3 S -

121 304044N0862116.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1942 1F 630 323 10 X H
122 304055N0862114.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1942 1F 625 327 10 X C
123 304101N0861902.1 Eglin Air Force Base 1S 58 2 -
124 304113N0860849.1 O. LBrannon 1F 4 H
125 304126N0861952.1 Eglin Air Force Base IS 65 4 -

126 304133N0860814.1 G. Brannon 1967 1F 300 290 4 -
127 304219N0861402.1 Eglin Air Force Base IF 425 378 4 X H
128 304231N0861432.1 Eglin Air Force Base IF 425 378 4 X H
129 304310N0860706.1 Peoples Water Service 1955 1F 621 304 12 X H
130 304334N0860324.1 Florida Forest Service 1950 1F 236 226 4 S H

131 304335N0860319.1 City of Argyle 1970 IF 372 248 8 X H
132 304336N0860322.1 Marvin Bishop 1970 IF 344 242 4 X H
133 304342N0860247.1 R. L Ganswell 1969 1F 200 170 4 X H
134 304358N0861208.1 Boy Scouts of Americal960 IF 509 323 10 X H
135 304410N0862123.1 R.F. Warren 1959 1S 72 68 2 S J

136 304429N0861930.1 Charles Ellison 1970 1F 400 352 4 X H
137 304435N0861912.1 D. M.-Sweeney 1955 IS 11 W D
138 304440N0861851.1 P. A. Simmons 1963 IF 430 375 3 X H
139 304443N0861829.1 Florida Forest Service 1 -
140 304632N0860728.1 E. L Beasley 1970 1F 210 4 X -








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Alti- Date Tem- Specific
Draw Pumping tude Water Water Log Use Date per- Con-
Yield Down Period ofLSD Level Level Avail- of ofQW ature Chlo- duc- QW
(GPM) (ft.) (hours) (ft.) (ft.) Meas. able Water Sample (C) Iron ride tance Type


123 111 9-68 -
123 15 4-69 -
120 101 11-68 CW
132 126 5-68 FW
168 163 8-68 -

168 5 4-69 -
135 127 7-68 -
130 107 5-68 8
153 137 9-68 -
154 24 4-69 -

142 103 6-68 -
178 144 3-70 -
174 153 6-68 -
182 35 1-67 -
165 154 5-68 FW

210 187 6-68 -
50 29 9-70 -
208 137 3-70 -
70 22 5-70 DG
225 155 3-69 -

42 17 8-68 -
129 6-68 -
242 100 -
242 -
220 89 4-53 -

230 85 -
215 129 6-68 -
225 -
71 4-53 -
235 76 4-53 -

231 -
238 -
240 -
225 103 3-69
200 -

180 90 3-70 -
202 96 3-69
96 3-69
252 160 1-70 D
261 174 6-68 -

269 183 3-70 -
269 183 3-70 -
220 113 3-70 -


2


U -
I 1-70 21.0 0
I -
U 6-70 -
U -

P 12-62 0 -
P 8-60 0 0
H 6-68 22.0 -
U 7-61 22.0 5 0
I -

H 2-59 0 0
H -
H 3-70 21.0 0 0
U -
H 3-69 22.0 0

P 8-68 21.0 -
H 7-65 1 0
H 8-65 1 0
U 2-59 1 0
P 11-60 2 0

P 10-60 3 0
H 7-65 1 0
P 8-65 2 0
P -
P 11-60 2 0

P 10-49 21.5 0 0
P 10-49 22.0 0 0
P 8-65 0 0
H 3-69 22.0 -
P 8-65 0

H 3-70 21.0 0
H 9-66 0
H 9-66 0
P 5-56 21.5 1 0
H 6-68 23.0 0

P 3-70 21.0 0 0
H -
S 3-70 21.2 0 0


74 144 4-61 H 7-68 22.0 0
H 8-67 21.5 3 -


255 147 6-70 H -
2 8-67 H 8-67 21.0 2 -
265 H 1-68 0 0
H 7-68 0
230 87 3-70 H -


2 C
0 P


0 P
0 C
0 C


278 6
150 4

5 -


27


50



125 10
30 12
5 -
10

15
125 10
10
10
10 -

250 10
245 80
10
-- -
10


75
75
640 8





BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 5. Records of
Well Casing
Refer- Date Well Casing Diam-
ence Drilled Major Depth Depth eter Well Method
Number Location Owner (year) Aquifer (ft) (ft.) (in.) Finish Drilled

141 304643N0861830.1 Mello Raposo 1965 1F 420 200 4 X H
142 304650N0860421.1 Clarence Baukum 1968 1F 380 187 4 X H
143 304656N0861820.1 C. Adams 1968 1F 430 360 4 X H
144 304734N0861117.1 J. E. Cartright 1966 1S 70 66 2 S J
145 304821N0860220.1 R. A.Ward 1950 1S 40 38 2 S V

146 304838N0861202.1 L M. Chapman 1966 1F 440 235 4 X H
147 304914N0861842.1 First Amer. Fms. 1969 1F 700 350 12 X H
148 304933N0860434.1 W. F. Morse 1967 1F 160 160 4 X H
149 304950N0862322.1 First Amer. Fms. 1968 1F 455 240 4 X H
150 304953N0862053.1 First Amer. Fms. 1964 1F 227 4 X H

151 305043N0860833.1 Ray Peter 1960 1F 320 180 4 X -
152 305105N0861439.1 H.B.Coffey 1967 1S 87 2 C
153 305110N0861648.1 Cecil Geoghagan 1F 415 285 4 X H
154 305113N0861641.1 A. C. Hulon 1967 1F 440 4 X H
155 305247N0860309.1 Hutch Pagett 1968 1F 341 4 X H

156 305336N0862154.1 James Davis 1960 1F 320 4 X H
157 305408N0862150.1 L G. Carley 1966 1S 63 59 2 S B
158 305652N0861420.1 Y.E. Folsom 1927 1S 40 D
159 305653N0860533.1 Mrs. G. Miller 1963 IF 345 3 X H
160 305731N0862122.1 Joe Tucker 1950 1S 92 90 2 T -

161 305732N0860208.1 R. D. Smith 1968 1F 120 105 4 X H
162 305804N0861809.1 Fla. Dev. Comm. IF 350 230 4 X H
163 305816N0860815.1 Sam Pridgen 1969 1F 80 55 4 X H
164 305828N0861809.1 City of Paxton 1969 1F 420 281 8 X H






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Alti- Date Ter- Specific
Draw Pumping tude Water Water Log Use Date per- Con-
Yield Down Period ofLSD Level Level Avail- of ofQW ature Chlo- due- QW
(GPM) (ft.) (hours) (ft.) (ft.) Meas. able Water Sample (C) Iron ride tance Type


S H
76 9-70 -
95 3-70 H
S H
S H


7-68 0

3-70 21.2 0 0
8-67 22.0 2 -
3-70 21.5 3 0


70 2-70 H 2-70 19.0 0
86 1-70 I 1-70 21.0 0
20 3-70 H 3-70 21.2 3 0
90 9-68 U -
H 8-67 21.0 0 -


279 95 6-68 H
252 H
255 100 H
235 59 3-70 H
305 190 2-70 H

232 65 -60 H
240 H
295 30 8-67 H
202 55 3-69 H
270 H

149 42 3-69 S
324 111 6-68 P
208 31 3-70 H
332 .123 1-70 P


6-68 26.0 0
8-67 21.5 3
7-68 0
3-70 20.5 0 0
2-70 20.0 1 0

8-67 3 0
8-67 21.5 -
8-67 20.0 2
3-69 20.5 -
8-67 20.5 4

3-69 16.5 -
7-68 0
3-70 21.4 0 0


1200 61
-


50 -

430 32







R21W


BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
R20W RI9W R18W
.,,;, s~*nn*


RI7 W


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TSW



























3a4



TIS










T2s



T2S


0 5 10 MILES
I I


Figure 3. Location of wells that tap the Floridan aquifer and for
which data are listed in tables 5, 6, and 7.


Numbers refer to wells in tables
5, 6 and 7.

c-indicates continuous water-
level measurements.

p- indicates periodic water-level-
measurements.

Eglin Air Force Bose Boundary.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78
R21W R20W R19W RISW R 17 W
86,15' 6600

-.B-- EXPLANATION
I (~l.* IFLORIDA WLTON C -


oI l Numbers refer to wells in tables
5, 6 and 7.

S c- indicates continuous water-
level measurements.

- \I p- indicates periodic woter-level-
measurements.

S I Eglin Air Force Base Boundary.


0 S 10 MILES



Figure 4. Location of wells that tap the sand-and-gravel aquifer and
for which data are listed in tables 5, 6, and 7.


31"00
T6N




T5N







T4N






45
T3N






T2N






TIN





3c
TIS







T2S


30.15'--










Table 6, Records of the water level in wells In Walton County.

301946N0860957,1. Report well-reference number 9. Van R. Butler. Grayton Beach. NWANEYNE sec. 17, T. 3 S., R. 19 W. Drilled
public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 466 ft, cased to 424. Lid 7.46 ft above msl. MP top of tee 1.20 ft above Isd,
Records available: 1961.70.
Water level in feet above land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Apr. 6,1961 12.9 Jan. 11, 1963 12.5 Jan. 6,1965 14.2 Jan. 11,1968 12.0 May 8 5.30
July 13 12.9 Mar. 8 12.7 Mar. 5 14.0 Feb. 29 11.4 June 26 1.32
Sept. 28 13.2 Apr. 26 12.2 May 5 14.2 May 15 9.0 July 23 0.33
Oct. 18 13.2 June 21 11.6 July 8 13.4 June 3 9.1 Nov. 7 4.55
Nov. 29 13.0 Aug. 27 11.8 Sept. 9 14.0 June 7 7.5 Jan. 15, 1970 6.70
Jan. 10, 1962 13.0 Oct. 23 12.2 Nov. 3 13.5 June 19 6.4 Mar. 5 8.4
Feb. 28 13.2 Jan. 10, 1964 11.9 Jan. 13, 1966 14.1 July 3 4.01 Apr. 13 9.2
Apr. 17 13.1 Mar. 6 13.2 Mar. 10 14.1 July 24 3.02 May 7 8.8
June 6 12.5 May 8 14.7 Apr. 25 13.6 Aug. 23 3.35 July 14 3.2
July 31 12.8 July 8 14.1 July 8 10.7 Sept. 5 3.88 Aug. 17 2.88
Sept. 19 13.0 Sept. 10 14.3 Sept. 19 13.0 Oct. 1 4.24 Sept. 21 4.02
Nov. 7 12.2 Nov. 5 14.0 July 11, 1967 9.4 Mar. 6, 1969 8.4

302058N0861432.1. Report well-reference number 13. Eric Allen. Dune Allen Beach. SWaNEXSWY' Sec. 3, T. 3 S., R. 20W. Drilled
public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 340 ft, cased to 100. Lsd approximately 6 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing
at Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 5, 1968 6.67 Oct. 1 5.60 May 8 5.10 Mar. 5 5.50 June 25 7.90
June 19 10.38 Nov. 7 5.52 June 26 10.80 Mar. 12 4.62 Aug. 17 18.35
(July 24 9.42 Jan. 9, 1969 5.35 Nov. 7 6.90 Apr. 6 4.54
Aug. 23 6.25 Mar. 6 4.25 Jan. 15,1970 4.68 May 7 7.16




302214N0860652.1. Report well-reference number 22. 0. H. Saltsman. Point Washington. NWNEYNEs sec. 35, T. 2 S., R. 19 W.
Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 8 in, reported depth 450 ft. Lsd 10.56 ft above msl. MP top of 8-in tee, 2.00 ft
above lsd. Records available: 1946-69,

Water level in feet above land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level


Nov. 19, 1946
Apr. 18, 1947
July 30
Sept. 3
Oct. 30
Jan. 16,1948
Feb. 13
Apr. 16
May 18
June 21
Sept. 14
Oct. 21
Dec. 3
Jan. 18, 1949
Mar. 8
Apr. 19
June 1
July 12
Sept. 13
Oct. 25
Dec. 13
Jan. 30, 1950
May 2
June 20
Aug. 15
Oct. 3
Nov. 14
Jan. 4, 1951
Feb. 21
Apr. 4
May 31
July 13
Sept. 6
Oct. 18
Dec. 7


20.4
20.6
19.1
20.8
14.2
14.5
14.2
16.0
14.3
14.5
16.0
15.8
15.8
15.9
16.0
16.4
15.4
17.0
16.0
15.5
15.7
15.0
15.8
14.4
14.5
15.2
14.8
14.9
15.0
15.0
15.0
14.4
14.6
14.7
14.8


Jan. 30, 1952 14.5
Mar. 20 14.8
Apr. 19 14.9
June 3 13.5
July 16 13.3
Aug. 21 13.8
Oct. 10 14.2
Feb. 10, 1953 14.2
Mar. 24 15.2
May 11 15.2
June 17 12.2
July 28 14.5
Sept. 9 14.4
Oct. 20 14.6
Dec. 1 14.5
Jan. 12, 1954 14.6
Feb. 24 15.0
Apr. 6 14.8
May 18 15.0
July 7 14.2
July 29 14.3
Sept. 9 14.0
Oct. 20 14.1
Dec. 1 13.5
Jan. 13, 1955 13.2
Feb. 23 13.3
Apr. 8 13.1
May 17 13.4
June 30 11.0
Aug. 19 11.5
Sept. 29 11.2
Nov. 9 11.9
Dec. 21 11.8
Feb. 1, 1956 12.0
Mar. 14 12.0


Apr. 25
June 14
July 25
Sept. 6
Oct. 9
Nov. 29
Jan. 17, 1957
Feb. 26
Apr. 9
May 29
July 3
Aug. 14
Oct. 10
Nov. 22
Jan. 9, 1958
Feb. 13
Mar. .26
May 14
June 26
Aug. 7
Sept. 25
Nov. 6
Dec. 19
Feb. 4,1959
Mar. 18
May 6
June 17
Aug. 19
Sept. 23
Nov. 4
Dec. 16
Jan. 27,1960
Mar. 23
May 10


12.7
11.1
9.9
8.9
10.0
9.8
9.5
10.2
12.0
11.5
9.2
11.0
12.7
12.8
12.6
12.8
13.6
12.8
12.8
13.1
13.0
12.7
12.2
12.8
12.4
12.2
13.0
12.5
12.8
13.0
12.4
12.2
12.6
12.3


June 30
Aug. 11
Sept. 22
Nov. 9
Dec. 15
Jan. 12,1961
Mar. 9
Apr. 18
June 8
July 13
Aug. 31
Oct. 18
Nov. 29
Jan. 10,1962
Feb. 28
Apr. 17
June 6
July 31
Sept. 19
Nov. 7
Jan. 11,1963
Mar. 8
Apr. 26
June 21
Aug. 28
Oct. 23
Jan. 10,1964
Mar. 5
May 8
July 8
Sept. 10
Nov. 5
Jan. 6, 1965
Mar. 2


11.7
11.8
12.2
11.9
12.0
12.0
12.1
12.3
11.4
11.2
12.0
11.8
11.4
11.9
10.2
11.6
11.2
11.0
11.3
10.4
10.8
11.1
10.8
10.6
10.8
10.7
10.8
11.8
13.1
12.4
12.1
12.4
12.4
13.0


May 5 12.4
July 8 12.2
Sept. 9 12.3
Nov. 3 12.2
Jan. 13, 1966 12.6
Mar. 10 12.8
Apr. 25 12.5
July 15 10.8
Sept. 19 11.3
Nov. 3 11.1
Jan. 5, 1967 10.4
Mar. 9 12.0
May 4 11.1
July 11 10.8
Sept. 8 11.0
Nov. 8 10.8
Jan. 11,1968 11.0
Feb. 29 10.8
May 15 7.3
June 7 5.0
June 19 4.1
July 3 2.41
July 7 1.43
July 22 1.05
July 24 1.11
Aug. 23 1.55
Sept. 5 2.14
Oct. 1 2.64
Nov. 7 3.60
Jan. 9,1969 6.00
Mar. 6 7.60
May 8 2.63
WELL CAVED IN:
DISCONTINUED












Table 6. Records of the Water Level in Wells in Walton County (Continued)

302231N0862143.1. Report well-reference number 35. M. T. Fontarn, Miramar Beach. NEY.NWYNW4 sec. 33, T. 2 S., R. 21 W. Drilled
domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 420 ft, cased to 350. Lsd approximately 23 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing at
Isd, Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 5,1968 15.08 Nov. 7 19.15 June 26 23.00 Jan. 15, 1970 17.15 June 25 19.22
July 24 17.38 Jan. 9,1969 16.80 July 23 20.93 Mar. 5 16.50 Aug. 17 19.75
Aug. 23 18.90 Mar. 5 15.81 Aug. 22 20.15 Apr. 6 16.34 Sept. 21 20.07
Oct. 1 19.24 May 8 16.10 Nov. 7 20.05 May 7 17.10


302708N0860557.1. Report well-reference number 66, Armstrong Cork Company. Near Freeport. NWSWKNE%1 sec. 36, T. 1 S., R. 19
W. Drilled unused oil test well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 811 ft, cased to 704. Lsd 20.87 ft above msl. MP top of 8-in casing at Isd.
Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Aug. 23, 1968 10.75 Jan. 7, 1969 1.20 Aug. 21 8.84 Apr. 14 0.00 Sept. 21 14.20
Sept. 3 9.72 Mar. 6 1.33 Nov. 6 7.47 May 7 5.75
Oct. 1 9.13 June 25 19.30 Jan. 15, 1970 2.33 June 25 16.79
Nov. 6 4.85 July 23 16.17 Mar. 6 0.67 Aug. 20 11.20






.302723N0860935.1. Report well-reference number 69. T. H. Moody. Near Freeport. SENENEY sec. 32, T. 1 S., R. 19 W. Drilled
artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 8 in, depth 210 ft. Lsd approximately 4 ft above msl. MP top of 8-in casing, 1.0 ft below Isd. Records
available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet above (+) and below (-) land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 5, 1968 +8.7 Nov. 7 + 9.3 June 25 -1.00 Nov. 6 +9.2 May 7 +4.25
July 25 4.35 Jan. 7, 1969 13.1 July 23 +2.00 Jan. 13,1970 10.8 Aug. 20 6.10
Aug. 21 7.4 Mar. 4 12.3 Aug. 21 9.0 Mar. 6 12.5 Sept. 21 +4.45
Oct. 3 +8.6 May 8 + 4.15 Sept. 2 +7.8 Apr. 10 +12.5


302929N0860818.1. Report well-reference number 77. Murphy Oil Company. Freeport. SEYNWSWa sec. 15, T. 1 S., R. 19 W. Drilled
unused artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 6 in, depth 125 ft. Lsd approximately 18 ft above msl. MP top of casing, 1.00 ft above Isd.
Records available: 1968-70.

Highest water level for the day, feet above (+) and below (-) Isd, from the recorder graph 1968.

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

5 h- 7.50 e-12.5 e-10.7 -6.63 -5.99 e-1.7 +0.62
10 e 13.0 10.22 6.55 5.38 1.10 0.68
15 h 9.75 e 13.5 e 9.8 6.53 4.62 0.73 1.52
20 10.15 e 12.9 8.15 h 6.18 3.94 0.46 1.40
25 10.98 11.99 7.28 6.08 3.03. -0.06 1.49
eom -11.84 e-11.5 -6.28 -6.10 -2.43 +0.38 +1.87

1969

5 +1.97 +1.76 h-13.60 -18.91 -9.50 -9.98 -5.39 e-2.7
10 2.28 1.94 13.42 18.23 9.73 4.64 e 1.9
15 2.24 +2.23 e 11.9 h-19.20 16.43 8.35 1.91
20 2.54 e-10.2 19.28 14.35 -6.76 8.85 4.31 1.54
25 2.52 19.39 12.36 5.99 7.52 3.70 1.00
eom +2.66 -19.70 -10.75 -7.32 -6.12 -3.13 e-0.8


0








0
0j
oo







Table 6. Records of the Water Level in Wells in Walton County (Continued)
302929N0860818.1

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


1970

5 e+3.2 -1.83 7.98 6.18 -
10 +2.75 3.22 1.94 6.94 8.59 -
15 +0.57 2.70 3.05 2.91 8.47 10.52 -
20 0.83 2.80 2.84 4.54 11.35 h-8.15 12.03 -
25 1.10 +1.91 1.03 6.29 -13.65 6.90 e 13.2 -
eom +1.10 e+3.0 +0.05 -9.94 -5.66 e-14.4 --

e Estimated
h Tape measurement

303040N0861202.1. Report well-reference 82. Donald Martin. Portland. SEYSENW sec. 12, T. 1 S., R. 20 W. Drilled unused
domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 2 in, depth 230 ft, cased to 115. Lsd 23.77 ft above msl. MP top of 2-in casing, 0.50 ft above
Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.
Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 5, 1968 6.15 Aug. 21 10.02 Mar. 6 0.43 July 21 15,99 Mar. 6 1.13
June 19 8.07 Oct. 3, 1968 7.93 May 7 10.60 Aug. 20 9.55 Apr. 14, 1970 0.40
July 3 10.55 Nov. 7 4.90 June 18 16.70 Nov. 6 7.50 May 8 3.41
July 25 12.20 Jan. 7, 1969 1.46 June 25, 1969 17.78 Jan. 13,1970 3.10 June 22 10.90
Aug. 7 10.98

303053N0860753.1. Report well-reference number 86. Mac Thompson. Near Freeport. NWANWYNE% sec. 10, T. 1 S., R. 19 W. Drilled
Lnused artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 3 in, depth 207 ft, cased to 62. Lsd 59.79 ft above msl. MP top of coupling at Isd. Records
available: 1968-70.

Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1968.











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

5 h 51.1.0 55.70 54.49 49.29 48.50 e 44.1 e 41.2
10 h 50.58 56.68 53.51 49.10 47.90 43.46 e 40.8
15 h 52.45 57.36 52.42 49.08 47.12 42.98 e 40.3
20 52.73 56.90 51.28 48.72 46.47 42.57 40.50
25 53.87 55.70 50.27 48.62 45.64 42.13 40.35
eom e 54.9 55.04 49.58 48.63 e 44.8 e 41.7 39.99


1969
5 39.80 e 39.1 39.70 h 56.66 53.03 51.66 46.93 43.68
10 39.52 e 39.0 39.67 56.70 h 62.49 51.48 51.12 46.12 e 43.0
15 39.49 38.90 39.53 55.98 h 63.60 50.21 52.28 e 50.2 46.23 42.90
20 39.23 39.01 h 39.12 h 55.70 63.82 h 58.62 49.02 53.10 50.01 45.63 42.44
25 ,39.12 38.81 38.96 56.50 64.10 h 57.77 48.06 52.90 49.20 44.97 41.88
eom 39.02 38.97 39.16 64.38 54.70 48.29 52.22 47.78 44.27 e 41.7


1970
5 e 41.3 40.02 39.01 56.24 -
10 e 41.1 39.86 h 38.80 43.80 49.34 56.37 -
15 40.90 39.73 38.45 44.07 57.85 -
20 40.70 39.64 45.63 57.32 51.84 -
25 40.48 39.36 47.67 h 56.19 55.55 50.18 -
eom 40.25 39.40 56.14 48.74 -

e Estimated
h Tape measurement


Ii
z






00






Table 6, Records of the Water Level In Wells in Walton County (Continued)
303214N0865804,2. Report well-reference number 92. U.S. Gaol. Survey. Near Redbay. 8WYsSENWK sec. 32, T. 2 N,, R. 17 W, Jetted
observation water-table well In sand, diam 1% in, depth 23 ft, cased to 21, screen 21-23, Lid approximately 123 ft above mal, MP top of Iin
casing, 1.90 ft above lad. Records available: 1969-70,
Water level in feet below land surface datum.
Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Apr. 16, 1969 15.00 July 10 16.00 Aug. 20 12.40 Mar. 10 11.60 June 25 6.48
May 8 16.30 July 21 13.70 Nov. 6 11.95 Apr. 8 11.46 Aug. 20 7.30
June 23 14.40 July 31 12.00 Jan. 8,1970 13.35 May 12 12.20 Sept. 23 11.10

303348N0860224.1. Report well-reference number 95. First American Farms. Near Freeport. SEYNE%SEY sec. 21, T. 1 N., R. 18 W.
Drilled Irrigation artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 12 In, depth 440 ft, cased to 255. Lsd approximately 168 ft above msl. MP top of 12-in
casing, 0.40 ft above Isd. Records available: 1968-70.
Water level in feet below land surface datum.
Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Aug. 8, 1968 163.00 Nov. 6 136.10 July 23 160.37 Jan. 7,1970 132.00 May 12 143.90
Aug. 21 151.22 Jan. 7, 1969 130.64 Aug. 20 141.65 Mar. 10 129.70 June 24 213.40
Oct. 2 154.59 Mar. 4 132.80 Nov. 6 138.38 Apr. 16 130.36 Aug. 20 148.10

303348N0860224.2. Report well-reference number 96. First American Farms. Near Freeport. SENESE% sec. 21, T. 1 N., R. 18 W.
Jetted observation water-table well in sand, diam 1 in, depth 18 ft, cased to 15, screen 15-18. Lsd approximately 168 ft above msl. MP top of
casing, 1.50 ft above Isd. Records available: 1969-70.
Water level in feet below land surface datum.
Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level
Apr. 15, 1969 4.78 July 23 4.28 Jan. 8,1970 6.55 Apr. 16 5.66 June 23 7.80
May 19 5.05 Aug. 20 4.30 Mar. 10 5.12 May 12 6.35 Aug. 20 6.25
June 23 7.90 Nov. 6 6.13






.03417N0855731.1. Report well-reference number 97, First American Farms. Near Redbay. NW4NENEX sec. 20, T. 2 N., R. 17 W.
Drilled irrigation well in Floridan aquifer, diam 12 in, depth 440 ft, cased to 197. Lsd approximately 135 ft above msl. MP top of casing, 1.00
ft above Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

July 25, 1968 127.64 Jan. 7, 1969 114.12 July 21 139.50 Mar. 5 112.50 June 24,1970 140.64
Aug. 22 122.43 Mar. 4 113.35 Aug. 21 119.90 Apr. 8 111.52 Aug. 20 123.08
Oct. 1 123.45 May 9 136.10 Nov. 6 119.50 May 12 118.94 Sept. 23 136.50
Nov. 6 118.10 June 23 153.66

303426N0860611.2. Report well-reference number 100. U.S. Geol. Survey. Near Freeport. NEYNWKNW sec. 24, T. 1 N., R. 19W.
Jetted observation water-table well in sand, diam 1% in, depth 32 ft, cased to 30, screen 30-32. Lsd 153.52 ft above msl. MP top of casing, 1.50
ft above Isd. Records available: 1969-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Apr. 15, 1969 24.15 July 10 20.63 Nov. 6 19.72 Apr. 16 19.40 Aug. 20 20.40
May 8 21.80 July 20 19.82 Jan. 13,1970 23.40 May 12 20.02 Sept. 23 20.34
June 25 20.50 July 31 19.22 Mar. 10 19.55 June 25 19.00

303434N0861303.1. Report well-reference number 101. U.S. Air Force. Near Portland. SEySEKSW% sec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 20 W. Drilled
public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 12 in, depth 440 ft, cased to 278. Lsd 141.94 ft above msl. MP top of 1-in hole in pump
base, 1.40 ft above Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 5, 1968 103.44 Aug. 21 110.08 Mar. 4 100.45 Nov. 6 107.10 May 7 102.32
June 19 106.34 Oct. 2 107.62 May 8 108.10 Jan. 8,1970 103.18 June 22 107.93
July 3 108.43 Nov. 6 105.10 June 26 117.10 Mar. 5 100.77 Aug. 20 113.70
July 25 110.67 Jan. 9,1969 101.00 Aug. 21 111.08 Apr. 7 99.95 Sept. 23 111.38







Table 6. Records of the Water Level in Wells in Walton County. (Continued)

303454N0855606.1. Report well-reference number 103, Florida Forest Service. Redbay. NESWXNWA se., 15, T. 2 N., R. 17 W.
Drilled domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 300 ft, cased to 180. Lsd 174.19 ft above msl. MP top of 4-In casing, 1.00 ft
above Isd, Records available: 1968.70.

Water level In feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 4,1968 153.19 Oct. 1 155.50 May 9 149.10 Nov. 6 153.78 May 12 151.50
June 19 155.50 Nov. 6 154.60 June 23 160.00 Jan. 15,1970 149.10 June 26 156.95
July 25 155,60 Jan. 7, 1969 151.20 July 21 155.40 Mar. 5 148.05 Aug. 20 152.49
Aug. 22 154.96 Mar. 4 151.35 Aug. 20 154.55 Apr. 8 147.18 Sept. 23 156.42

303456N0861916.1. Report well-reference number 104. U.S. Air Force. Eglin Range 52. NWNESWY4 sec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 21 W.
Drilled unused water-table well in sand-and-gravel aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 60 ft. Lsd approximately 182 ft above msl. MP top of casing, 0.50
ft above Isd. Records available: 1967-70.

Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1967,

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

5 31.46 31.89 32.92 34.00 36.33 34.50 33.26
10 31.51 32.05 34.25 36.47 34.15 33.00
15 31.47 32.19 34.47 36.60 33.87 33.05
20 h 35.21 31.56 32.32 h 33.40 34.68 h 35.92 36.68 h 34.60 33.63 32.98
25 31.63 32.54 33.56 36.03 34.59 33.43 32.75
eom 31.77 32.71 33.78 36.20 34.55 33.29 32.51


1968


31.00 31.56
30.98 31.62
31.10 31.90
31.15 31.95


32.32
32.45
32.48
32.63


32.98
33.05
33.13
33.43


33.95
34.20
34.42
34.57


35.15 36.43
35.37 36.62
35.63 36.79
35.81 36.83


h 37.39
-


39.26
39.35
38.74 39.52
38.89 39.69


31.96
31.77
31.46


40.00
40.12
40.23
40.33







25 31.20 31.40 32.09 32.80 33.58 34.79 36.02
eom 31.05 31.25 32.20 32.86 33.81 35.02 36.26


39.01 39.76 40.43
- 39.18 39.88 40.52


1969

S 40.57 39.91 39.17 36.43 34.28 33.92 34.35 30.53 27.69 e 28.6 29.71
10 40.55 39.79 39.08 35.86 34.16 33.93 34.32 30.04 27.69 28.75 29.77
15 40.47 39.53 38.87 35.45 33.99 33.97 34.32 29.74 27.77 29.07 30.12
20 40.33 39.51 38.62 35.10 33.98 34.09 33.08 29.21 27.88 29.22 30.36
25 40.27 39.37 38.09 34.77 33.92 34.16 31.87 28.47 27.95 29.38 30.49
eom 40.07 39.27 37.23 34.47 33.87 34.28 31.03 27.88 27.96 29.59 30.85


1970

5 31.02 32.30 29.17 28.48 28.73 29.39 29.22 30.13 28.56 -
10 31.23 32.23 29.05 28.43 28.82 29.19 29.35 30.15 28.43 -
15 31.44 32.14 28.96 28.41 28.96 29.04 29.54 30.11 28.41 -
20 31.69 31.00 28.76 28.30 29.13 28.98 29.68 29.57 28.41 -
25 31.83 29.76 28.59 28.48 29.23 29.01 29.84 29.14 28.70 -
eom 32.12 29.63 28.55 28.60 29.38 29.15 29.95 28.86 28.84 -

e Estimated
h Tape measurement

303954N0861338.1. Report well-reference number 117. U.S. Air Force. Eglin site C-62. NWSEY4SE% sec. 15, T. 2 N., R. 20 W. Drilled
domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 620 ft, cased to 354. Lsd 214.88 ft above msl. MP top of casing, 1.30 ft below Isd.
Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 4,1968 128.93 Jan. 9, 1969 131.50 Aug. 21 137.08 Mar. 5 131.15 June 22 129.30
Aug. 22 134.02 May 7 132.00 Nov. 6 134.95 Apr. 7 130.82 Aug. 19 129.50
Oct. 2 133.95 June 26 136.87 Jan. 7,1970 132.30 May 7 130.40 Sept. 23 135.06
Nov. 6 130.82 July 23 138.44








Table 6, Records of the Water Level In Wells in Walton County (Continued)

304044N0862116.1. Report well-reference number 121, U.S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 1, SEXSWKSW4 soe, 9, T. 2N., R. 21 W.
Drilled publio-supply artesian well In the Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth 630 ft, cased to 323. Lsd 230,71 ft above msl. MP top of
%..n tee, 1,10 ft above Isd. Records available: 1947.51, 1966-70,

Water level in feet below land surface datum.


Water


Water


Water


Water


Water


Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Oct. 29, 1947 128.6 Sept. 13 137.4 July 11, 1966 142.6 Feb. 27 139.7 July 22 144.9
Jan. 12, 1948 128.6 Oct. 29 140.9 Sept. 12 140.6 May 7 144.0 Aug. 21 143.2
'eb. 12 126.6 Dec. 16 152.6 Oct. 31 141.7 July 2 139.4 Nov. 5 142.5
Apr. 15 148.4 Mar. 22, 1950 127.6 Jan. 3, 1967 137.4 Aug. 21 140.3 Jan. 8,1970 144.7
June 23 126.2 May 3 127.6 Mar. 6 137.6 Oct. 1 140.8 Mar. 3 142.5
Sept. 17 159.2 June 23 136.1 May 1 136.9 Nov. 4 143.6 Apr. 15 141.4
Oct. 20 136.6 Aug. 16 140.6 July 12 140.0 Jan. 9 142.1 May 6 142.0
Dec. 3 141.5 Nov. 15 136.2 Sept. 5 138.8 Mar. 3 141.8 June 22 142.2
Apr. 22, 1949 137.3 Jan. 3,1951 128.6 Nov. 6 139.1 May 5 142. Aug. 19 142.3
June 4 154.4 Feb. 19 134.6 Jan. 8, 1969 138.8 June 24 143.8 Sept. 22 145.6
July 13 154.4 Apr. 2 129.1


304950N0862322.1. Report well-reference number 149. First American Farms. Near Dorcas. SESWY4NWA sec. 19, T. 4N., R. 21 W.
Drilled test artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 455 ft, cased to 240. Lsd approximately 232 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing
at lsd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

Sept. 24, 1968 90.58 May 7,1969 90.50 Nov. S 90.09 Apr. 15 89.05 June 23 91.60
Oct. 2 90.75 July 8 90.55 Jan. 8, 1970 89.75 May 6 89.49 Oct. 5 89.92
Oct. 16 90.80 July 22 90.10


- ------










305804N0861809.1. Report well-reference number 162. State of Florida. At welcome station, Paxton. NENWNWYa sec. 1, T. 5 N.,
R. 21 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 350 ft, cased to 230. Lsd approximately 324 ft above msl. MP
top of 4-in casing, 0.30 ft above Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 6,1968 110.62 Nov. 5 112.90 May 7 111.55 Aug. 21 111.45 Apr. 9 108.32
Aug. 20 111.80 Jan. 8, 1969 112.90 June 24 111.45 Nov. 5 110.90 May 6 108.95
Oct. 2 112.62 Mar. 3 112.75 July 22 111.70 Mar. 4,1970 109.22 June 24 108.30

305043N0860833.1. Report well-reference number 151. Ray Peter. Near Glendale. SEYSWNEX sec. 16, T. 4 N., R. 19 W. Drilled
domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4 in, depth 320 ft, cased to 180. Lsd approximately 279 ft above msl. Mp top of 4-in casing,
030 ft abovd Isd. Records available: 1968-70.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.

Water Water Water Water Water
Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level Date Level

June 6, 1968 94.54 Nov. 5 96.95 June 24 95.50 Jan. 7, 1970 95.75 June 24 94.15
July 26 95.69 Jan. 8, 1969 96.70 July 22 95.86 Mar. 4 94.13 Aug. 19 94.35
Aug. 20 95.90 Mar. 3 96.50 Aug. 21 95.83 Apr. 9 94.04 Sept. 22 94.58
Oct. 2 96.43 May 7 95.95 Nov. 5 96.09 May 6 95.16







BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 7. Chemical analyses of


[Major aquifer: AA1S, sand-

Dis-
Specific solved
Well Con- Solids Total Fluo- Hard-
Refer- Date ductance (Residue Sulfate Iron ride ness
ence of Major (micro- at (0S4) (FE) (F) (CA, MG)
Number Location Sample Aquifer mhos) 180C) (mg/1) pH (ug/1) (mg/1) (mg/1)


4 301827N0860534.2 3- 1-65 TH1F
4 301827N0860534.2 3- 2-65 TH1F
4 301827N0860534.2 4- 1-65 TH1F
4 301827N0860534.2 4- 2-65 TH1F

8 301945N0860928.1 7-68 TH1F
8 301945N0860928,1 7- 7-68 TH1F
9 301946N0860957.1 5-13-63 TH1F
13 302058N0861432.1 6-19-68 TH1F
15 302102N0861424.1 7- 7-63 TH1F

17 302111N0861434.1 5-13-63 TH1F
18 302112N0861501.1 5- 7-70 TH1F
19 302117N0860528.1 5-13-63 TH1F
22 302214N0860652.1 6-19-68 TH1F
30 302229N0861544.1 5-13-63 TH1F

30 302229N0861544.1 5-13-63 TH1F
30 302229N0861544.1 7- 7-68 TH1F
35 302231N0862143.1 7- 7-68 TH1F
38 302243N0860917.1 5- 5-70 TH1F
47 302346N0861812.1 9-25-69 TH1F

48 302357N0861007.1 5-13-63 TH1F
49 302442N0861307.1 9-25-69 TH1F
50 302444N0860010.1 9-24-69 TH1F
52 302549N0860717.1 9-25-69 TH1F
70 302800N0860816.1 9-25-69 TH1F

78 302932N0860815.1 9-25-69 TH1F
80 303020N0862145.1 8-23-65 AA1S
84 303049N0862037.1 8-23-65 TH1F
84 303049N0862037.1 6-16-66 TH1F
84 303049N0862037.1 5-25-67 TH1F

84 303049N0862037.1 9-25-69 TH1F
85 303049N0862037.2 2- 3-59 AA1S
85 303049N0862037.2 8-23-65 AA1S
87 303103N0862010.1 8-23-60 TH1F
87 303103N0862010.1 7-18-61 TH1F

87 303103N0862010.1 7-18-61 TH1F
87 303103N0862010.1 9-11-62 TH1F
87 303103N0862010.1 7-12-63 TH1F
87 303103N0862010.1 9-23-69 TH1F
88 303103N0862010.2 8-24-65 TH1F

88 303103N0862010.2 6-16-66 TH1F
88 303103N0862010.2 5-25-67 TH1F
89 303144N0861922.1 8-24-65 AA1S
91 303214N0855804.1 6-12-70 TH1F
99 303426N0860611.1 6-12-70 TH1F


902
902
1120
276
320

304
2200
342
902
1660

1660
1480
300
1350
330

1920

150
2300
500


233
37
38
237
236


232
220
238
220

235
245
16
174
160


.0 7.9
.0 8.4
.0 7.9
.0 8.4

19 7.8
19 7.8
8.0
.0 7.6
.0 7.8


8.2
1300 26 7.9
164 8.4 8.0
508 17 7.7
8.2

8.2
850 67 7.7
165 18 7.7
771 8.1
176 8.1

8.2
1380 8.2
71 7.9
1220 8.1
222 8.2

100 8.1
6 .8 6.3
116 8.4 7.4
150 7.6 7.4
130 7.6 7.3


134
25
32
137
141


151
138
142
134

154
131
6
102
91


8.8 7.9 1800
2.0 6.5 250
2.2 6.5 320
7.5 8.2 170
6.0 7.9 360


8.0 8.0 30
7.6 7.7 1100
8.8 7.7 590
8.8 7.5 60

7.2 7.5 110
7.6 7.4 1100
.4 6.4 260
7.5 10
8.1 0


192
192
192
192

210
210

132
140


280
128
135



178
116
139
123


198
68
171
97







ground water in Walton County.

and-gravel; TH1F, Floridan.]


INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Non-
car- Mag- Alka-
bonate Cal- ne- Potas- linity Bicar-
Hard- Chlo- cium sium Sodium sium Nitrate as bonate Silica Tem-
ness ride (CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (NO3) (CACOs) (HCO3) (SIO2) perature
(mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) Color (C)


20 35 25
18 35 25
20 35 25
18 35 25


18 5.2
16 5.2
18 5.2
16 5.2


252
240
252
240


182 39 26 106 3.7
182 39 26 106 3.7

16 41 6.7 6.2 .7
34 33 14 12 1.6


564 49 37 311 -
35 28 14 24 2.0
215 24 16 128 4.0



362 27 24 246 8.6
10 21 15 19 3.8
362 26 18 250 -
22 21 17 23


720 33 28 450 -
7.0 15 7.3 5.7 -
680 32 22 400 -
90 19 12 64 -


2.0 20 11
2.0 .2 .2
2.0 20 11
1.0 21 11
3.5 21 11


2.5 20 11
5.0 3.4
3.2 4.0
1.0 23 12
3.0 22 13


2.5 24 11
3.0 22 12
2.5 22 12
5.0 22 12


164
148
120
146


192
80
160
138

108
2
132
132
130


3.3 -
1.6 .4
7.9 2.7
8.2 2.7
8.4 2.8


8.9 2.6
2 1.8 .2
7 2.9 .0
8.0 2.4
8.3 2.8


8.2 2.7
7.3 2.9
8.5 2.9
8.0 3.0


134
13
12
143
144


138
140
139
138


18
20
18
20

15
15

14
17



7.3
11


0 24.5

0 24.5
5

0
0
- 25.0
0 23.5
5

- 22.0
- 21.0
10 22.0
0 23.5
- 24.0


- 24.0
0
0 25.0
- 20.0


3.4
13
15
13

14
5.1
4.4
14
15


15
13
14
14


24.5

22.0
22.0


22.0
0 22.0
0 22.0
0
0

0
2
1
1
0 22.0


3 22.0
5 22.0
0
0


3.0 21 12
3.0 23 12
2.0 1.2 .4
2.2 19 8.6
1.2 19 8.5


1.6 2.8
7.6 2.9
1.2 .3
2.7 -
2.1


15 0
14 0
3.3 0
23.8
23.6

(continued)


45






46 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
Table 7. Chemical Analyses of


Dis-
Specific solved
Well Con- Solids Total Fluo- Hard-
Refer- Date ductance (Residue Sulfate Iron ride ness
ence of Major (micro- at (SO4) (FE) (F) (CA, MG)
Number Location Sample Aquifer mhos) 1800C) (mg/1) pH (ug/l) (mg/1) (mg/1)


102 3(3443N0861939.1 8-23-60 TH1F
102 303443N0861939.1 7-18-61 TH1F
102 303443N0861939.1 7-12-63 TH1F
102 303443N0861939.1 8-26-65 TH1F
102 303443N0861939.1 6-21-66 TH1F

102 303443N0861939.1 9-25-69 THIF
102 303443N0861939.1 5-25-67 TH1F
104 303456N0861916.1 7-18-61 AA1S
113 303943N0861702.1 8-26-65 AAIS
114 303943N0861702.2 2- 5-59 AA1S

114 303943N0861702.2 8-18-60 AA1S
115 303946N0862057.1 11- 8-60 AA1S
115 303946N0862057.1 8-31-65 AA1S
115 303946N0862027.1 10-12-60 AA1S
118 304005N0862030.1 8-30-65 AA1S

120 304023N0862038.1 11- 8-60 AAIS
120 304023N0862038.1 8-30-65 AA1S
121 304044N0862116.1 10- 6-49 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 5-16-50 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 7-30-51 TH1F

121 304044N0862116.1 11- 3-52 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 8-20-53 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 11-18-54 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 5-24-57 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 2- 5-59 TH1F

121 304044N0862116.1 8-18-60 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 7- 5-61 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 9- 6-62 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 7-10-63 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 8-24-65 TH1F

121 304044N0862116.1 6-16-66 TH1F
121 304044N0862116.1 5-25-67 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 10-6-49 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 5-16-50 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 7-30-51 TH1F

122 304055N0862114.1 11- 3-52 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 8-20-53 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 11-17-54 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 5-24-57 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 2- 5-59 TH1F

122 304055N0862114.1 8-18-60 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 7- 5-61 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 9-13-62 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 7-10-63 TH1F
122 304055N0862114.1 8-24-65 TH1F


232
236
220
230
238

232
240
27
13
62

75
28
24
22
18

14
23
251
255
259

251
254
246
244
249

251
219
248
200
250

242
258
246
190
251

249
251
181
247
245

251
247
243
240
250


135
146
134
136
118

141
130
26
22
50

52
32
8
19
22

16
10
134
139
142

138
144
135
137
141

145
125
146
114
130

162
135
134
100
138

136
142
101
153
139

149
148
157
156
118


7.7 7.5 50
8.4 7.9 190
7.6 7.9 220
8.0 7.7 230
7.2 7.4 130

8.0 7.7 390
7.2 7.4 270
.4 6.9 2100
.4 6.9 60
.0 5.9 70

.2 6.3 70
.8 6.0 220
.0 6.5 790
.4 6.3 360
.4 6.6 200

.4 5.8 170
.8 6.5 760
11 7.7 110
9.5 8.1 940
10 7.3 240

9.3 8.0 110
9.5 8.1 100
10 7.9 200
8.2 7.8 510
8.0 7.9 40

8.2 8.0 820
4.4 7.9 290
7.6 8.0 20
3.6 7.6 160
8.8 7.9 80

7.6 7.8 110
8.0 7.7 250
11 7.9 60
7.4 7.8 400
9.1 7.3 180

10 7.7 180
9.5 8.2 50
7.5 8.2 260
10 7.9 90
8.8 7.8 -

7.5 8.0 660
9.2 8.2 210
7.2 7.9 210
9.2 7.9 90
8.8 7.7 50


105
104
100
100
98

94
98
2
2
10

15
4
4
5
2

2
6
129
125
132

129
120
124
118
122

126
98
122
94
125

126
120
125
83
122

122
122
83
118
122

130
118
118
128
110







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78

Ground Water in Walton County (Continued)


Non-


car-. Mag- Alka-
bonate Cal- ne- Potas- linity Bicar-
Hard- Chlo- cium sium Sodium sium Nitrate as bonate Silica
ness ride (CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (NO3) (CACO3) (HCO3) (SIO2)
(mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/I) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/l) Color

0 6.0 24 11 9.8 3.1 .5 113 138 15 3
0 2.2 22 12 10 3.0 .1 113 138 13 3
0 3.2 21 12 9.4 2.9 .0 112 136 14 5
0 4.0 22 11 9.3 2.9 .1 113 138 13 0
0 3.0 21 11 9.3 3.0 .0 115 140 14 0


0
0
0
0
6

10
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
6
S12

9
0
2
0
0

2
0
1
0
2

2
0
4
0
2

3
2
0
0
0

8
0
0
6
0


2.5 21
3.0 21
1.0 .6
1.0 .6
5.0 1.8

5.8 2.6
2.0 .6
2.2 .2
1.5 1.4
1.8 .3

0.8 .4
0.0 .6
3.0 27
4.0 27
5.5 28

3.0 27
4.0 25
3.5 25
2.5 24
2.0 29

2.0 24
2.0 24
2.5 26
2.0 19
2.5 27

3.0 26
3.0 25
2.5 27
3.0 15
3.2 26

2.5 26
4.0 24
3.0 17
2.5 26
2.0 29

4.0 29
2.0 26
3.0 26
3.0 26
2.0 24


10
11
.1
.2
1.2

2.1
.6
.2
.4
.3

.2
1.0
15
14
15

15
14
15
14
12

16
9.2
14
11
14

15
14
14
11
14

14
15
9.9
13
12

14
13
13
15
12


9.9 3.0
9.6 2.9
1.4 .0
.8 1.4
7.5 .3

8.0 .3
.8 .0
1.0 .0
.8 .0
1.1 .5

1.0 .2
1.7 .2







4.6 1.8
4.0 1.6

4.0 1.5
7.3 2.1
4.7 1.5
8.4 2.1
3.8 2.0

4.2 1.9
3.9 1.9







4.4 1.7
3.8 1.4

4.2 1.4
-4.2 2.0
4.9 1.9
3.6 1.8
5.1 1.7


.0 112
.0 111
.0 10
.1 5
20 3

20 5
.2 11
.0 8
.1 8
.1 8


.5
2.2
.0
.1
.0

.0
.0
.0
.1
.1

.1
.0
.0
.0
.0

.0
.0
.0
.2
.3

.1
.0
.3
.0
.0

.1
.0
.1
.0
.0


3
5





122
122
119
123

125
108
121
103
123

125
121





120
88
119
121

122
121
118
121
118


136 14
135 13
12 4.2
6 7.7
4 6.7


4 5.2
6 5.1
150 16
145 12
146 15

147 16
149 14
149 15
145 16
150 16

152 18
132 13
148 17
126 10
150 15

152 16
148 15
148 16
103 6.7
147 16

146 15
146 14
107 12
145 18
148 15

149 15
148 14
144 15
148 15
144 14


Tem-
perature
(CC


22.0
22.0





22.0


22.0
20.0

21.0

21.0
22.0



22.0
22.0
20.0





21.5
20.5

20.5

21.0
22.0



22.0
22.0
20.0


(continued)





BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 7. Chemical Analyses of


Dis-
Specific solved
Well Con- Solids Total Fluo- Hard-
Refer- Date ductance (Residue Sulfate Iron ride ness
ence of Major (micro- at (SO4) (FE) (F) (CA, MG)
Number Location Sample Aquifer mhos) 180"C) (mg/1) pH (ug/l) (mg/1) (mg/1)

122 304055N0862114.1 6-16-66 TH1F 240 160 6.8 7.6 110 .2 120
123 304101N0861902.1 10-12-60 AA1S 118 69 .4 7.1 100 .1 40
123 304101N0861902.1 8-31-65 AA1S 150 110 4.4 7.7 110 .1 68
125 304126N0861952.1 8-30-65 AA1S 225 136 6.0 8.0 300 .1 108
128 304231N0861432.1 9-22-69 TH1F 171 93 9.2 7.8 370 .1 86

134 304358N0861208.1 7- 4-68 THIF 180 122 8.0 7.8 .2 78
138 304440N0861851.1 1-11-68 TH1F 45 31 5.6 6.7 10 .1 12
139 304443N0861829.1 7- 4-68 AA1S 19 14 .0 6.4 .2 0
141 304643N0861830.1 7- 4-68 TH1F 238 138 8.0 7.8 .2 126
151 305043N0860833.1 5- 4-70 THIF 225 136 7.9 0 .2 113

153 305110N0861648.1 7- 4-68 TH1F 210 125 8.0 7.8 .2 103
156 305336N0862154.1 7- 4-68 TH1F 220 130 10 7.7 .2 114
161 305732N0860208.1 5- 4-70 TH1F 192 111 7.6 0 .2 96
162 305804N0861809.1 7- 4-68 THIF 210 115 4.0 7.5 .2 110
163 305816N0860815.1 5- 4-70 TH1F 232 143 8.0 20 .2 121






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Ground Water in Walton County (Continued)


Non-
car- Mag- Alka-
bonate Cal- ne- Potas- linity Bicar-
Hard- Chlo- cium sium Sodium sium Nitrate as bonate Silica Tem-
ness ride (CA) (MG) (NA) (K) (NO3) (CACO3) (HCO3) (SIO) perature
(mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/I) (mg/l) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/1) (mg/i) (mg/l) Color (C)


2.0 25 14 4.3 1.8
4.0 13 1.8 8.6 2.4
2.5 18 5.7 6.0 2.1
2.0 26 11 3.5 2.3
2.0 18 9.8 1.4 .7

6.5 24 4.4 6.3 1.6
2.0 3.4 .8 2.1 1.1
1.5 .1 .1 1.0 1.3
3.5 26 15 2.0 1.3
2.0 27 11 1.8 -


.0 120
.2 56
.1 79
.0 116
.0 75

.1 82
.0 12
.0 5
.1 119
.0 108


3.5 27 8.6 2.0 1.2 .0 102
2.5 26 12 1.8 .4 .1 108
1.5 34 2.5 1.6 .5 94
2.5 21 14 1.8 .3 .0 111
4.0 40 5.0 2.4 6.8 111


146 15 0
68 4.0 4
96 22 0
141 15 0
91 8.6 0

100 21 0 22.0
15 11 5 17.0
6 5.0 0
145 14 0 -
132 21.0

124 15 0 -
132 11 0 24.0
115 20.5
135 8.7 0
135 19.0







50 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY



Table 8. Geologic logs of selected wells
in Walton County.

(Number indicates well on fig. 3.)

Number 1, Inlet Beach Water System. Altitude 28 feet. Drilled in 1968 by Alton
Powell Drilling Company. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand ........................................... 3 3
Sand, brown ................... .......... .......... 24 27
Sand, black ......................................... 42 69
Clay .................................... .......... 3 72
Clay, black, sandy .............. ..................... 12 84
Sand ..... .................................. ....... 2 86
Clay .................................. ......... 2 88
Sand ............................................. 5 93
Clay, blue, sandy .................... ................. 8 101
Rock, gray, soft ....................... .............. 48 149
Limestone, soft .............. ... ................... 80 229
Shale ............................................. 39 268
Rock, blue ......................................... 3 271
Clay, gray .......................................... 10 281
Limestone,sandy, hard ................................ 25 306
Limestone .... ....................................... 22 328
Limestone, soft ..................................... 49 377
Limestone .......................................... 13 390
Clay, blue .......................................... 1 391
Limestone .......................................... 64 455

Casing: 12-in to 122 ft; 6-in screen from 122 to 144 ft; 4-in screen from 154 to 164 ft;
open hole from 172 to 455 ft.


Number 10, Blue Gulf Resort, Blue Mountain Beach. Altitude 20 feet. Drilled in 1950 by
Gray Artesian Well Company. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, hard pan ....................... ............... 36 36
Marl, soft; sand .... ................................... 43 79
Sand ............................................ 26 105
Limestone, dark green; shells .............................. 81 186
Limestone, hard ..................................... 3 189
Limestone, green, hard ................................ .. 41 230
Limestone, white .................................... 185 415

Casing: 6-in to 186 ft; open hole from 186 to 416 ft.


Number 12, Santa Rosa Golf and Beach Club, Santa Rosa. Altitude 30 feet. Drilled in 1970
by Burrell Drilling Company. Logged by Driller.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


10 10
65 75
(continued)


Top soil ..........................................
Sand, white to brown, very fine ..........................







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 51



Table 8. Geologic Logs of Selected Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Number 12 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, black ................................... ....... 5 80
Sand, coarse ....................................... 10 90
Clay, black; sand; limestone ............................. 10 100
Limestone .................................... ....... 85 185

Casing: 6-in to 118 ft; open hole from 118 to 185 ft.


Number 66, J. R. Sealy, Freeport. Altitude 21 feet. Drilled in 1948 by F. M. Green. Logged
to 599 feet by H. A. Sellin, Magnolia Petroleum Company.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, medium coarse to coarse; clay, gray .................. 25 25
Limestone, gray to brown-gray, very hard .................. ... 5 30
Sand, medium coarse to coarse, cemented by clay;
shell fragments; phosphorite ........................... 50 80
Limestone, light gray, medium to fine, granular,
slightly sandy and phosphatic foraminifera, Sorites ............. 50 130
Limestone, light gray, hard and dolomitic; sand;
phosphorite; Sorites .................................. 16 146
Sand, medium coarse to very coarse, cemented by clay,
porous; phosphorite, coarse; foraminifera, Amphistegina ........ 44 190
Limestone, light gray, hard and dolomitic; foraminifera,
Archaias ................................... .. 52 242
Dolomite, brown gray to light brown, porous .................. 75 317
Limestone, white to gray, hard, slightly to very dolomitic;
foraminifera, Lepidocyclina ........................... 33 350
Dolomite, light brown to brown, finely crystalline, hard ......... 33 383
Limestone, gray to light gray, hard; foraminifera,
Asterocyclina ........................... ......... 10 393
Limestone, light gray to white, fine; foraminifera,
Asterocyclina and Lepidocyclina .................. ....... 167 560
Limestone, fine, hard and compact; foraminifera,
Lepidocyclina ..................................... 10 570
Limestone, white, fine, hard; sand, medium to coarse;
glauconite; foraminifera, Lepidocyclina ................. .... 29 599

Casing: 6-in to 624 ft; 4-in to 704 ft; open hole 704 to 932 ft.


Number 109, Walton County Board of Public Instruction, DeFuniak Springs. Altitude 70
feet. Drilled in 1950 by Gray Water Supply. Logged by driller.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


Clay; sand .......................... .................
Clay, red .... .................. .... ......... ...
Sand, coarse; clay ................. ....................
Clay, yellow .......................................
Sand, fine; clay .....................................
Sand, brown .......................................


5 5
1 16
.0 26
10 36
7 43
3 46
(continued)






52 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY



Table 8. Geologic Logs of Selected Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Number 109 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Marl;sand .... ....................................... 20 66
Mard,blue;sand, coarse .................................. 10 76
Limestone, blue, hard ............................... .. 31 107
Limestone, porous; shells ................................ 40 147

Casing: 4-in to 100 ft; open hole from 100 to 147 ft.


Number 117, Eglin Air Force Base, Range 62. Altitude 215 feet. Drilled in 1965 by Spillers
Well and Pump Company. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand; clay .................................... ....... 20 20
Sand, white .......................................... 40 60
Sand, coarse ......................................... 30 90
Marl, blue ................................... ....... 90 180
Shale, blue, sandy ................. .................. 60 240
Limestone; shale ...................... .............. 60 300
Limestone, soft .................................... 20 320
Marl, blue .................................... ....... 20 340
Limestone, hard ....................................... 10 350
Limestone ................ .......................... 270 620

Casing: 4-in to 354 ft; open hole from 354 to 620 ft.


Number 122, Eglin Air Force Base, Field 1. Altitude 238 feet. Drilled in 1941 by Stevens
Southern Company. Logged by H. A. Sellin, Magnolia Petroleum Company.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, medium coarse to very coarse, grains coated
with yellow clay; clay, white ........ ................. 50 50
Sand,very coarse;white clay ............................. 95 145
Sand, gray to dark gray, medium to medium coarse;
muscovite, phosphate grains; shell fragments,
Turitella and Amphistegina ........................... 182 327
Dolomite, brown to brown gray, with a little dark
mottling, finely crystalline and tight, firm ................... 68 395
Dolomite, brown to brown gray, fine and hard, with a few
imprints of gastropods and bryozoa ....................... 42 437
Limestone, very light cream gray, very fossiliferous;
abundant large and flat Lepidocyclina and fewer small,
thin Leps and a few saddle shaped; flat, flaring
Opercu/ina and a few thick Operes; bryozoa ................ 124 561
Limestone, light cream gray, detrital; many Lepidocyclina,
Operculina, Asterocyclina and several Gypsina ................... 64 625

Casing: 10-in to 327 ft; open hole from 327 to 625 ft.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78


Table 8. Geologic Logs of Selected Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Number 129, People's Water Company, DeFuniak Springs. Altitude 252 feet. Drilled in
1955 by Layne-Central Company. Logged by driller.
Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand ............................................ 7 7
Sand; clay .................................... ....... 10 17
Sand ........................................... 19 36
Sand; clay, white .................................... 50 86
Clay, blue ......................................... 15 101
Sand, fine to medium; marl; shell .......................... 37 138
Sand; marl; shell; limestone ............................... 50 188
Limestone .......................................... 4 192
Sand; shell; limestone .................................. 30 222
Limestone ........................................... 8 230
Sand ................................ ............ 15 245
Sand; marl; shell ..................................... .. 4 249
Sand .............................................. 6 255
Limestone ........................................... 1 256
Sand; shell; marl ..................................... 34 290
Limestone ............................................ 331 621

Casing: 12-in to 304 ft; open hole 304 to 621 ft.


Number 131, Argyle Water System. Altitude 269 feet. Drilled in 1970 by Alton Powell
Drilling Company. Logged by driller.
Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Topsoil ............................. ............ 4 4
Clay ............................................... 7 11
Sand; gravel .......................................... 38 49
Clay; gravel ........................................ 20 69
Clay ................................ ........... 10 79
Clay, blue, sandy .................................... 102 181
Marl; shells ....................... ............... 51 232
Limestone (lost circulation) ............................. 6 238
Limestone .............. ... ........ ........ .. 4 242
M arl............................................. 3 245
Limestone ......................................... 127 372

Casing: 8-in to 236 ft; 6-in to 248 ft; open hole from 248 to 372 ft.


Number 134, Gulf Coast Council, Boy Scouts of America, DeFuniak Springs. Altitude 274
feet. Drilled in 1960 by Layne-Central Company. Logged by driller.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


Sand, yellow ................. ....................
Clay; sand; gravel ..... ... ............................
Clay, white; gravel ................................ ...
Sand; clay, white ....................................
Sand ............................................
Clay; shell; limestone ..................................


16
44
65
88
132
210
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Table a Geologic Logs of Selected Wells in Walton County (Continued)

Number 134 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone ......................................... 1 211
Sand, cemented by clay; shell ........................... 4 215
Limestone ......................................... 1 216
Sand, cemented by clay; limestone .......... ............... 14 230
Limestone ........................... ......... ... 25 255
Sand ............................................ 22 277
Sand, cemented by clay ................................ 1 278
Sand ......... ............ ....................... 32 310
Limestone ......................................... 199 509

Casing: 10-in to 323 ft; open hole 323 to 509 ft.


Number 149, First American Farms, Freeport. Altitude 232 feet. Drilled in 1968 by Burrell
Drilling Company. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, yellow, fine ................................... 17 17
Sand, red to yellow; clay ............................... 15 32
Clay, purple; sand, yellow ................................ 17 49
Clay,dark green .......................... .... .... .... 2 51
Sand, white to purple; clay ............................. 23 74
Clay, dark gray to green; sand ........................... 17 91
Clay, black to red ....... ............... ............. 7 98
Sand, gray to black .................................. 33 131
Clay, yellow to green; sand ... .. ................... ....... 38 169
Shell; limestone (lost circulation at 247) ..................... 116 285
Shell; marl, green ...... .............................. 35 320
Limestone, white ....... ..................... ........ 60 380
Limestone, gray ....... ....................... ....... 45 425
Limestone, white ....................... ............... 30 455

Casing: 4-in to 240 ft; open hole from 240 to 455 ft.








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Table 9. Geologic logs of selected core holes
in Walton County.

(W number indicates core hole on fig. 5.)

Number W-7971 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 195 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SESWY sec. 9, T. 1 N., R. 18 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subrounded to subangular, loose, slight amount silt matrix,
trace of dark mineral (probably rutile and ilmenite) ...........
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, medium to coarse, mostly coarse,
subrounded to subangular, loose, trace of dark mineral,
grades into below ...................................
Sand, quartz, dusky brown, fine to very coarse, mostly coarse,
very organic (probably lake bottom), grades into below ..........
Sand, as above but not organic .... ......................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange to grayish orange, medium to
very coarse, loose, subangular to subrounded, occasional
pebble or granule ..................................
Sand, quartz, grayish brown, medium to very coarse, mostly coarse
to very coarse, granules common, scattered pebbles ...........
Sand, quartz, pale brown, fine to very coarse, mostly medium
to coarse, some granules and pebbles, silt matrix .............
Sand, as above, no granules or pebbles ......................
Sand, as above, some gravel, lower 3 inches has clay matrix ........
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium
to coarse, loose, subangular to subrounded, faintly
laminated at base ..................................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very fine, silty, 1-2% dark
mineral, laminated to thinly bedded, very micaceous ...........
Sand, as above, yellowish gray, no bedding but has light
brown spots (rusty), becomes more silty to slightly
clayey from 40-49 .................................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to medium, some silt,
abundantly finely micaceous, subangular to subrounded,
loose to very slightly cemented .........................
Sand, as above, light gray ...............................
Sand, as above, olive gray ...............................
Sand, as above, light gray, occasional coarse to very coarse grain ....
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to medium, some coarse
to very coarse, silty, micaceous, trace dark mineral,
subangular to subrounded, crystal growth on outside
of core as above .....................................
No sample ......................... ................
Sand, quartz, gray, fine to very coarse, mostly very fine to
fine, softer (more water) than above or below, micaceous .......
Sand, as 58-61 ................... ................ .
Silt, quartz, olive gray, sandy (very fine to medium),
crystalline growth as above, micaceous ....................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to medium, some
coarse, micaceous, crystalline growth .....................
No sam ple ........................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to medium,
subangular to subrounded, trace dark mineral,
crystal growth as above, trace of mica ....................


12.5 12.5
2 14.5


18

21
22.5


24.5

27

28
28.5
29.5


30

31.5


17.5 49


49.5
50
56.5
58.5



61
63.5

64
70

71

75.5
78


20 98
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7971 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, silty,
trace dark mineral, micaceous (green to black),
one very small macroshell impression at 100 feet,
clusters of needle-like crystals, as above ...................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to fine, subangular to
subrounded, dark mineral common, micaceous, silty
(matrix) has an occasional coarse to very coarse
grain, becomes very slightly calcareous downward ............
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, silty,
slightly calcareous (matrix), very micaceous,
sparsely micro and macrofossiliferous, becomes
slightly darker in color downward to olive gray,
common dark mineral ................................
Marl, yellowish gray, very abundantly sandy, very
microfossiliferous less than 1% of dark mineral,
few broken macrofossils, clayey to silty ...................
Silt, quartz, olive gray, moderately finely sandy,
micaceous, clayey, occasional macrofossil, very
slightly microfossiliferous ............................
Silt, quartz, olive gray to brownish black, slightly finely
sandy, slightly micaceous, slightly to abundantly
clayey, very slightly microfissiliferous, has
crystal growth as above, very very slightly calcareous,
some zones more clayey than silty .......................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, fine to medium with scattered
coarse to very coarse grains, about 7% sand-size
phosphorite, silty, slightly calcareous at
top-increasing downward into sand marl,
microfossiliferous and common very poorly-preserved
macrofissils (probably Ecphora facies) ....................
Marl, pale olive gray, abundantly finely to mediumly
sandy, silty, clayey, phosphoritic (black), very
microfossiliferous, this interval very similar to
above but more calcareous and no macrofossils ..............
Sand, quartz, olive gray, medium phosphoritic, very
microfossliferous; and silt, dark gray,
calcareous, microfossiliferous, clayey .....................
Calciutitic calcarenite, pale yellowish orange, slightly
sandy, glauconitic, partially recrystallized,
slightly dolomitic, very micromoldic, some macromolds,
fairly soft with hard zones ............................
As above with clay marlyy) increasing downward and becoming
mostly clay 224-225Y, weakly indurated ..................
Marl, light olive gray, moderately coarsely sandy, very
microfossiliferous, commonly macrofossiliferous,
weakly indurated ..................................
Marl, olive gray, more clay than above, very sandy, sand
is mostly fine to medium, weakly indurated ................
No sample ..........................................
Calcarenite, pale orange, very crystalline, very mediumly
to coarsely sandy, hard, slightly to moderately
microfossiliferous and macrofossiliferous ..................
No sample ..........................................


16 114



4 118




17 135


24 159


4 163




31 194





4 198



3 201


2.5 203.5



18.5 222

3.5 225.5


231

234
236.5


2.5 239
11 250


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7971 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, medium, loose, subangular
to subrounded ...................................... 4 254
No sample ................ ................... ....... 4.5 258.5
Silt, quartz, brownish gray, slightly finely sandy, slightly
micro and macrofossiliferous, calcareous .................... 4.5 263
Marl, olive gray, very silty and slightly to moderately
very finely sandy, micro and macrofossiliferous .............. 1 264
Dolomite, olive gray, macromoldic, hard, dense, recrystallized ...... 23 287


Number W-7972 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 237 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SEYNWY4 sec. 13, T. 3 N., R. 20
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown at top to dark yellowish
orange at base, fine to very coarse, mostly coarse
with occasional pebbles, subangular to rounded,
slightly silty, moderately clayey, weakly cemented,
Stop 4-6 inches soil zone, grades into below ................ 7 7
Sand, quartz, moderately orange pink, fine to very coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded,
clayey (kaolin) as matrix and as blebs, firm
(weakly cemented), grades into below ..................... 5 12
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very fine to coarse, mostly
fine to medium, angular to subrounded, clayey (kaolin),
trace of ilmenite, micaceous, firm ........................ 2 14
Sand, quartz, pale orange, medium to very coarse, clayey, firm ...... 1 15
No sample .......................................... 2 17
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to very coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, angular to subangular,
kaolinitic, micaceous, trace of ilmenite, firm,
grades into below .................................. 1 18
Sand, quartz, grayish pink, medium to coarse, mostly coarse,
angular to subangular, keolinitic, micaceous,
1-3% ilmenite, firm ................................... 4.5 22.5
Sand, quartz, moderately reddish orange, fine to very
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to
subrounded, micaceous, clayey, firm ..................... 2 24.5
Sand, quartz, moderately orange pink, has color banding,
very fine to medium, mostly fine, subangular to
subrounded, micaceous, clayey, firm ..................... 0.5 25
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine to very coarse,
mostly very coarse with common quarts granules
(pea gravel), clayey, firm ............................. 0.5 25.5
Sand, as 24 2-25 ..................... .................. 1.5 27
Sand, as 25-252 ........................................ 2.5 29.5
Sand, as 25%-27 ......... .......... ....................... 1.5 31
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very fine to medium,
mostly fine, subangular to subrounded, clayey
(kaolin), micaceous, firm .............................. 1 32


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7972 (Continued)
Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, moderately orange pink, fine to very coarse,
some quartz pea gravel, mostly coarse, subangular
to subrounded, clayey, firm ...........................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very fine to fine, subangular
clayey, trace to 1% of ilmenite, micaceous, firm ..............
Clay, pale pink, silty to sandy, plastic .......................
Sand, quartz, pale pink to dark yellowish orange, fine
to coarse, mostly medium, thinly cross-bedded,
micaceous, clayey (kaolin), lower 1 inch is clay
as 35-35%, firm ................ .....................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, pale pink to grayish pink, very fine to very
coarse, mostly coarse to very coarse, abundant
quartz pea gravel, subangular to rounded, clayey
(kaolin), micaceous, firm .................. ...........
Sand, quartz, pale pink to light gray, fine to coarse,
mostly fine to medium, angular to subrounded,
clayey, micaceous, firm ..............................
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, coarse to very coarse,
rounded, abundant quartz granules, clayey, firm .............
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, very fine to medium,
mostly fine, few coarse, subangular to subrounded,
clayey and silty, micaceous, trace of ilmenite, firm ............
As above, but grayish orange pink in color ................. ..
No sample .........................................
Sand, as 52-54%, but pale red in color ......................
No sample ..........................................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to medium, mostly
fine, subangular to subrounded, clayey, firm,
slightly micaceous ..................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to fine, angular
to subangular, clayey, 1-3% of ilmenite,
trace of ? chlorite ...................................
Same as above with abundant macrofossils, very
slightly calcareous .................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, angular
to subangular, clayey, 3-5% ilmenite, very
macrofossiliferous, very slightly calcareous
throughout with several zones very calcareous
(87-87%, 97-97%, 99-99%), lower 6 feet
sparsely to slightly macrofossiliferous ......................
Clay, light olive gray to olive gray, abundantly silty,
sandy, micaceous, firm, abundant needle-like
crystalls (secondary growth) slightly
macrofossiliferous from 110-112.% .......................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to coarse, mostly
fine, angular to subangular, moderately clayey,
1% of ilmenite, firm, micaceous, secondary
crystals as above ............... ..................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, angular
to subangular, very slightly clayey, 1-3% of ilmenite,
moderately macrofossiliferous (mostly fragments),
slightly to moderately microfossiliferous,
phosphoritic, slightly to moderately calcareous ..............


33.5

35
35.5


1.5 37
0.5 37.5



1.5 39


4 43

1 44


52
54.5
56
61.5
63


2 65


69.5

75


31.5 106.5


121.5


30.5 152


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7972 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcilutite, light olive gray, very finely crystalline,
sparcely to moderately sandy (medium to coarse),
microfossils (Sorites) ? pyritic or glauconitic
spots-may be fossils, hard ............................. 0.5 169.5
As above but very soft ................................... 0.5 170
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
partially recrystallized, moderate to very sandy
(medium to coarse), abundant glauconite spots-probably
fossils, hard, very porous and permeable, microfossiliferous
and macrofossiliferous (abundant Sorites) .................. 13 183
Clay, olive gray, silty, finely sandy, micaceous, drys
out blocky, has 1-2 inches, very fine to fine quartz
sand zones at 183Y2-184, 190, 19092, 191 ................ .... 9 192
Clay, olive gray, as above without sand stringers,
grades into below .................................. 14 206
Sand, quartz, brownish gray, very fine to very coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, subangular to rounded,
micaceous, clayey, silty, grades into below
(seems to be transition between above and below) ............ 8 214
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, mostly
medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded,
micaceous, trace of clay as matrix .................. ... .. 9.5 223.5
No sample ......................................... 6.5 230
Clay, light olive gray to brownish black, sandy,
(fine to coarse) ................................... 2 232
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to medium,
subangular to subrounded, faintly thinly bedded ............. 4 236
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to very
coarse (progressively coarser downward),
subangular to subrounded, thinly bedded ....... ........... 11 247
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to very coarse,
gravel common, clayey, trace of ilmenite ..................... 0.5 247.5
Dolomite (dolosilt), yellowish gray, very finely crystalline
(sucrosic), completely recrystallized, hard .................. 2 249.5
Dolomite, yellowish gray, hard, dense, lithographic,
micromoldic porosity ... .......................... 15.5 265
Dolomite (dolosilt) as 247Y2-249V2 ............... ......... 16 281


Number W-7973 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 314 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NW%SW% sec. 33, T. 5 N., R. 18
W. Logged by J. William Yon, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, dark yellow orange, fine to coarse,
moderately clayey, grades into below ................. . 6.5 6.5
Sand, quartz, mottled pale reddish brown, dark yellow
orange, pale orange, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse, clayey, grades into below ........................ 3 9.5
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, medium to very coarse,
clayey, trace of dark mineral ........................... 4 13.5


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7973 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Clay, mottled dark yellow orange to gray to pale
orange, very sandy (medium to coarse) ....................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, dark yellow orange to gray, very clayey
(? kaolin), fine to coarse with some pebbles,
micaceous .. ....... ........ ........... ..... ...
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very clayey (? kaolin),
fine to coarse with some pebbles, micaceous .................
Sand, quartz, yellow orange, fine to coarse, clayey,
becoming less clayey downward, faint bedding ...............
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, dark yellow orange, fine to medium,
abundantly granule-size clay blebs ........................
Clay and sand, interbedded ..............................
Sand, quartz, yellow orange, very coarse, loose .................
Sand, quartz, dark yellow orange to yellow orange, fine
to coarse with some very coarse blebs and thin
beds of clay, slight amount clay as matrix,
micaceous, grades into below, dark mineral .................
Clay, gray, mottled yellow orange, moderately fine,
sandy becoming more sandy downward ...................
Sand, quartz, yellow orange, fine, clayey, has several
granule-size fragments of very calcareous, sandy
material ........................................
Calcilutite, very pale orange, hard, partially recrystallized,
very sandy, ? boulder and fragments in sand section ...........
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to medium,
clay as matrix, trace of dark mineral .......... ...........
Sand, as above, slight calcareous and less clay, grades
into below ......................................
Calcilutite, very pale orange to white, soft to hard,
sandy, clayey earthy, poorly macrofossil at
97Ya-98 (fragments of ? ostrea) .......................
Sand, quartz, olive, very clayey, fine to medium with
calcilutite fragments ................................
Sand, quartz, grayish olive, very fine to fine, clayey and
very silty, abundantly micaceous biotitee and muscovite),
dark mineral, trace of bedding, grades into below .............
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, very fine to fine with some
coarse and very coarse grains, clayey and silty,
small amount dark mineral, trace of bedding,
grades into below ...................................
Sand, quartz, light yellow gray to pale yellow orange, very
fine to fine with moderate to abundantly very coarse
granule-size quartz grains, clayey-silty, decrease
of fine sand downward and increase of coarse,
sand and clay downward to 128, then as top of interval .........
No sample .........................................
Clay, grayish olive, slightly abundantly fine to medium
sandy, silty, few very small forams ............. ..........
Sand, quartz, grayish olive, very clayey .......................
Clay, grayish olive, as 142-157 but more sandy,
grades into below ..................................


1.5 15
3 18


9

3.5
4

4
0.5
1.5


22

31

34.5
38.5

42.5
43
44.5


34 78.5

4.5 83


84

85

94

95


102

108


5 113



10 123




9 132
10 142

15 157
1 158

3.5 161.5


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7973 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, grayish yellow, medium, clayey, with
very poorly preserved microfossiliferous and
macrofossils, calcareous, grades into below ...... ........... 2 163.5
Calcarenite, very pale orange, abundantly partially
recrystallized, very microfossiliferous
(poor preserved), soft to hard, either glauconitic
or pyritic, crystalline to earthy .......................... 17.5 181
Dolomite, dusky yellow, sucrosic, porous, soft to
moderately hard ...................................... 21 202


Number W-7974 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 280 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NW/ANWY sec. 3, T. 2 N., R. 18
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse,
slightly clayey, loose ................... ............
No sample ........... ..............................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange mottled reddish brown,
fine to coarse, very clayey, well cemented.
Grades into below .................................
Sand, quartz, white, fine to coarse, very clayey
(white kaolin), moderately cemented with few
flakes of mica. Some zones become mostly clay.
Thinly bedded to laminated in lower 20 feet. Has
granules of quartz in lower 3 feet ........................
No sample ..........................................
Sand, quartz, grayish pink, fine, slightly clayey and
micaceous (muscovite), poorly laminated to mottled ...........
No sample .................. ................... .....
Sand, quartz, as above but pale yellow orange mottled
red, abrupt color change at 97 feet ......................
Sand, quartz, as above but gray in color .....................
No sample ...........................................
Sand, as above ......................................
No sample ....................... ..................
Sand, as above, biotite came in at about 115 feet ...............
Sand, as above, more clay and abundant mica (muscovite
and biotite) ......................................
No sample ..........................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to very coarse, mostly
fine to medium, few granules of quartz, silty and
clayey, micaceous, ? slightly phosphoritic, common
macrofossil fragments, grades into below ..................
Clay, gray, very silty, slightly sandy, fossiliferous, with
thin seams of very fine sand, very micaceous ................
Clay, olive gray, silty to finely sandy, micaceous,
microfossiliferous, abundant macrofossil
fragments, grades into below ..........................
Clay, olive gray, very finely sandy, few granules of quartz,
micaceous, calcareous, macrofossil fragments, calcareous matrix ...


4 4
1 5


16 21




53 74
1 75

2.5 77.5
2.5 80

17 97
1 98
2 100
5 105
2 107
27 134

14 148
2 140


5 179

20 199
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-7974 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

No sample ......................................... 3 202
Calcilutite, yellowish orange, very microfossiliferous,
very sandy, moderately hard Sorites species
common, macrofossil fragments ........................ 10 212
Sand, quartz, very coarse, cemented tightly with calcite,
macrofossil fragments (only 6 inches recovery) .............. 10 222
No sample .......................................... 4 226
Clay, gray, slightly to moderately sandy, micaceous,
few organic (? leaf) impressions .......................... 4 230
Sand, quartz, fine with few coarse, in clay matrix,
few macrofossil fragments ............................ 10 240
No sample ......................................... 16 256
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, medium to very coarse,
mostly coarse .................................... 7 263
Clay, gray, sandy, slightly micaceous, grades into below ........... 6 269
As above, becoming calcareous ............................. 1 270
No sample ........................................... 2 272
Calcilutite, pale orange, partially recrystallized, finely
crystalline, sandy, hard, macromoldic, microfossiliferous
but very indistinct (not identifiable) .................. ... 8 280


Number W-8004 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 167 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SE% sec. 18, T. 2 N., R. 19 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, very fine to very coarse, slightly
clayey, trace of organic material, slightly
micaceous, angular to subrounded .......................
Sand, as above, color pale yellowish orange ...................
No recovery .........................................
Sand, quartz, very fine to very coarse, very clayey
and silty, angular to subrounded, mottled dark
yellowish orange and moderate reddish brown ...............
Sand, as above but less clayey and mottled very pale
orange, pale yellowish orange and moderate
reddish brown, micaceous ............................
Sand, as above, moderate orange pink .......................
Sand, quartz, very fine to medium slightly clayey, very
pale orange, angular, micaceous .........................
Sand, quartz, very fine to very coarse, predominantly
very fine to medium, graveliferous, clayey, very
pale orange to pale yellowish orange, angular to
subrounded, micaceous, trace of heavies ...................
Sand, quartz, very fine to very coarse, pale yellowish
orange to dark yellowish orange, clayey, angular,
micaceous, trace of heavies. Starts off at 13
feet very fine to medium, progressively becomes
coarser toward 15 feet and ranges in size from very
fine to very coarse, contains laminae of clay ................


2 5


2 7
3.5 10.5

1.5 12



1 13





2 15

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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8004 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

As above, predominantly very fine to coarse, some very
coarse at top of interval becomes very fine to
very coarse toward middle of interval and remains
thiswayto 19 feet ................................... 4 19
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, pale
yellowish orange, clayey, micaceous ................. .. 1 20
Sand, quartz, very fine to very coarse, angular to
subrounded, clayey, mottled dark yellowish orange
to dark reddish brown, trace of heavies, toward
base of interval sand becomes very fine to
medium, micaceous ............................... 2 22
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, pale yellowish
orange to grayish orange, clayey, trace of heavies,
very micaceous, flecks of kaolinite in matrix ................ 1.5 23.5
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, clayey, pale
to dark yellowish orange, trace of heavies, very
micaceous, flecks of kaolinite in matrix .................. 6 29.5
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular mottled
yellowish gray and pale yellowish gray, very
nicaceous, silty, clayey, no sharp contact
with material below ................................. 9 38.5
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, light olive
gray, micaceous, silty, clayey, trace of heavies,
cut core shows crystalline growth (alum) ................ ... 4 42.5
As above, with some very coarse grains and rare pebbles,
very micaceous (muscovite) rare molds of macrofossils ........... 6.5 49
As above, no coarse grains or pebbles ................. ... .. 4.5 53.5
No sample .................................... ....... 1.5 55
Sand, quartz, same as above but interbedded with an
olive gray, waxy, sandy, micaceous clay, both
contain macro and microfossils ......................... 2 57
As above, actually becomes a sandy clay toward 58 feet,
macro and microfossiliferous ........................... 1 58
Clay (silt) olive gray, finely sandy, micaceous, contains thin sand
partings, flecks or organic material present, very micro and
macrofossiliferous. Surface of core shows some sulfur staining
at 61 feet 9 inches occurs a 1 inch very fine to fine, iron stained
fossiliferous quartz sand .... ............................ 4 62
Predominantly as above but contains iron stained very fine
to fine quartz sand beds up to 1-2 inches thick ................ 4 66
As above, however, quartz sands are very fine and occur as
partings or very thin beds less than 1 inch thick .. .......... .. 2.5 68.5
Clay, olive black, silty, if sandy the amount is rare, micaceous,
some macro and microfossils are present, sulfur staining
present, some organic material present ....................... 2.5 71
As above with thin quartz, sand beds and quartz sand partings
at 74 feet occurs an olive gray calcilutite pebble .............. 3 74
Clay, olive gray with some moderate brown, very waxy,
micaceous, slightly microfossiliferous .............. ........ 1 75
Clay, as above with pyrite growth and sulfur staining,
very slightly sandy, contains minor amount of
organic material, ? microfossil. Contains some
sand partings. Also contains one 1-inch bed of
greenish gray calcilutite ..................... .......... 8.5 83.5
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8004 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, clayey
(light olive gray), silty, micaceous, contains
organic material and a black mineral, micro and
macrofossiliferous. At the top of the bed occurs
a thin lY1-inch bed of pea gravel. Becomes clayeyer
toward bottom of unit ............................. .. 5 88.5
Essentially as above however, portions, much more
clayey, possibly could be called a very sandy
clay. Microfossil, no macrofossils observed ................... 2 90.5
Clay, olive gray, silty, slightly very finely sandy,
micaceous, sulfur stained, microfossiliferous ........ ........ .. 0.5 91
No sample .................................. ....... 2.5 93.5
Clay, light olive gray, micaceous, ? very slightly
sandy, slightly microfossiliferous ........................ 5 98.5
Clay, olive gray, micaceous, very slightly sandy,
slightly microfossiliferous, contains some
organic material, has sand partings and beds.
Actually, alternating clay and very fine to fine
sandy, contains some heavies ........................... 2 100.5
Sand, quartz, clayey (olive gray), very fine to fine,
angular, micaceous, contains some heavies, micro
and macrofossiliferous ............................... 14.5 115
Clay, dark olive gray, slightly very finely sandy,
micaceous, contains fragments of organic material,
micro and macrofossiliferous, contains some sand
partings .............................. ........... 9.5 124.5
As above, olive black, no sand partings, not as fossiliferous ......... 3.5 128
As 115-124Y2 ....................................... 3 131
This interval starts out as a sandy olive gray clay but
with depth becomes progressively more sandy,
microfossiliferous (as 100Y-115) ......................... 4 135
Calcilutite, greenish gray, finely crystalline, hard,
sandy (fine to medium some coarse), fossiliferous,
contains some heavies, grades into below ................... 4 139
Sand, quartz, very fine to fine, angular, light olive gray,
micaceous, very clayey in part, contains some heavies,
micro and macrofossiliferous, very calcareous ................. 3.5 142.5
Sand, quartz (olive gray), very fine to fine, angular,
micaceous, contains pyrite, ilmenite, phosphorite
and some ? blebs of green clay, clayey, calcareous,
micro and macrofossiliferous ........................... 4.5 147
No sample ......................................... 1 148
Calcilutite, light greenish gray, chalky, finely crystalline,
very sandy, firm, contains some heavies, clayey,
micro and macrofossiliferous with zones of sand,
quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, angular,
clayey, contains a black mineral (? phosphorite),
microfossiliferous, very calcareous ...... ................. 2.5 150.5
Sand,asabove ........................................ 2.5 153
Sand, as above, olive gray ............................. .. 2 155
Calcilutite, very light olive gray, very clayey in part, chalky,
finely crystalline, hard, contains a dark mineral (phosphorite),
micro and macro-moldic, Sorites common ...................... 6 161


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Table 9, Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8004 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

As above but soft .................................... 5 166
As above, becomes indurated again .. .................... 0.5 166.5
Clay, light to olive gray, finely sandy, very calcareous,
microfossiliferous, contains abundant oyster shells
about middle way of this interval, at base of
interval becomes very silty and finely sandy ................ 3.5 170
Sand, quartz, calcilutite, very pale orange, sandy,
very fine to medium, subangular, slightly
micaceous, slightly silty and clayey,
microfossiliferous, contains some heavies ................... 3 173
Clay, olive gray, very finely sandy, micaceous,
microfossiliferous, contains some sand partings ............. ... 3.5 176.5
Calcilutite, very light olive gray, chalky, finely crystalline,
hard to soft, very clayey, microfossiliferous ........... .... .. 0.5 177
Clay, light to olive gray, calcareous, varying degree of sand
content, toward base of interval possibly becomes a very
silty, clayey sand, micro and macrofossiliferous ............... 6 183
Calcilutite, as above .................................. 0.5 183.5
As above, very clayey and sandy, soft, very microfossiliferous ....... 2 185.5
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very chalky, medium hard
to soft, slightly sandy, microfossiliferous,
SSorites sp. fossils filled with dark material .................. 2 187.5
Calcilutite, light olive gray, very clayey, soft,
sandy, microfossiliferous ............................. 3 190.5
Clay, olive gray, slightly sandy, calcareous, micro
and macrofossiliferous ............................... 3 193.5
Essentially as above, but more indurated ................. . 4 197.5
Essentially same as above, could be considered a very
clayey calcilutite ................................. 2.5 200
Calcilutite, light olive gray, finely crystalline,
hard, sandy, fossils filled with black mineral,
micro and macrofossiliferous ........................... 1 201
Sand, quartz, fine to granule size, angular to subrounded
contains fragments of shell and olive gray clay ............... 20 221
Sand, light olive gray to olive black, very fine to fine, angular,
slightly micaceous, probably contains organic material.
Pockets and blebs of clay present, laminated to thin bedded,
some sulfur staining .................................. 7 228
Sand, light olive gray, very fine to fine, angular,
micaceous, contains black mineral (? phosphorite),
micro and macrofossiliferous ........................ .. 5 233
Dolosilt, yellowish gray, slightly sandy, very finely
crystalline, firm ................................... 5 238
Dolomite, gray, very finely crystalline, hard, dense,
appears to have cavities filled with material
from above ...................................... 7 245
Dolomite, brownish gray, finely crystalline, hard, dense, vugs
filled with crystalline dolomite, ? slightly finely sandy .......... 3 248
Dolomite, olive gray, very finely crystalline, hard,
dense, slightly finely sandy .............................. 6 254
Dolomite, dark yellowish brown, very fine to finely crystalline,
hard, some moldic porosity, has the appearance of being very
microfossiliferous before dolomitization, vugs filled with
crystalline dolomite. Kuphus sp ... ... ................. 15.5 269





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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8019 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 277 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SENW% sec. 2, T. 4 N., R. 20 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown (soil zone), very
fine to medium, angular to subrounded, silty,
clayey, trace ilmenite ...............................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to very
coarse, mostly medium, angular to subrounded,
moderately clayey, trace ilmenite, firm ....................
Sand, quartz, as above but grayish orange mottled
pale orange ......................................
Sand, quartz, light brown to grayish orange, fine to
medium, angular to subangular, clayey, trace
ilmenite, firm ....................................
Silt, quartz, pale yellowish orange mottled pale red,
grayish orange, moderately sandy (fine to coarse,
mostly medium), trace ilmenite, slightly to
abundantly clayey, firm, grades into below .................
Sand, quartz, pale red, mottled pale yellowish orange,
fine to very coarse, mostly coarse to very
coarse, subangular, clayey to silty, firm,
slightly micaceous (large flakes) .. .....................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange pink, very fine to very
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, very silty and
clayey, firm, subangular .............................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange to very pale
orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium, subangular
to subrounded, slightly clayey and silty, trace
of ilmenite, loose to very weakly cemented,
faint thin bedding ............ ......................
Sand, as above but dark yellowish orange in color ...............
No sample .........................................
Clay, very pale orange mottled grayish orange pink,
moderately finely sandy .............................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange pink, medium to very
coarse, mostly coarse, subangular to subrounded,
very silty, clayey ..................................
Clay, as 57-574% .....................................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange pink, very fine to fine,
angular to subangular, loose, very slightly
clayey, trace ilmenite ...............................
Clay, grayish orange pink, laminated, very silty to
very finely sandy, firm ..............................
No sample ..........................................
Clay, grayish orange, laminated, abundantly very finely
sandy to silty, firm .................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, very fine to very
coarse, mostly coarse to very coarse, subangular
to rounded, some granules .............................
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish orange to grayish orange, fine to
very coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to rounded,
very slightly clayey, very weakly cemented ................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, very fine to coarse, mostly medium,
angular to subrounded, loose, trace of 1% ilmenite ............
Sand, quartz as above but slightly coarser and with faint bedding ....


0.5 0.5


4 14



7 21



3.5 24.5


6.5 31


12
12.5
1.5

0.5


43
55.5
57

57.5


0.5 58
0.5 58.5


59

59.5
60

60.5


0.5 61


4.5 65.6

2 67.5
4.5 72
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8019 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, dark yellowish orange, coarse to very
coarse, subangular to rounded, clayey with common
granules of quartz and feldspar and slightly
amount gravel ....................................
Sand, quartz as above but very pale orange in color
and mostly medium to coarse in grain size ..................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine to very
coarse, mostly medium to very coarse, subangular
to rounded, trace of ilmenite .........................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, fine to coarse, mostly fine to
medium, angular to subrounded, 1% ilmenite, lower 6 inches
clayey and dark yellowish orange in color. ..................
No sam ple ...... ..................................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to very coarse, mostly
medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded, very slightly
clayey, trace mica and ilmenite, very weakly cemented. .........
No sam ple .........................................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine to very
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to
rounded, 1% ilmenite ...............................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, very fine to
medium, mostly fine, angular to subangular,
silty and clayey, moderately indurated, trace
of ilmenite, grades into below ..........................
Clay, top V2 foot dark yellowish orange grading
downward through grayish orange pink to gray,
moderately sandy, very silty ...........................
No sample-driller reports sand ...........................
Silt, quartz, gray, abundantly very finely sandy, very
firmly cemented, clayey, trace ilmenite ...................
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, very fine to coarse,
progressively coarser downing, subangular to
subrounded, firm but loose ...........................
No sample ........................................
Silt as 162-169.5 ....................................
Clay, dark gray to moderately brown, plastic, slightly sandy .......
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very fine crystals,
partially recrystallized, microfossiliferous,
abundant Camsunas, very few Lepidocyclinas,
soft but firm, earthy appearing, dark spots-probably
glauconitic stains which were once fossils,
? clayey, grades into below ............................
Dolomite, moderately yellowish gray, crystalline
(sucrosic) hard, grades into below .......................
Calcilutite as 183Y-191 but more chalky .....................
Silt, yellowish gray, very clayey, dolomitic, organic,
blocky when dessicated ................... ..........
Clay, white, silty, waxy, very firm .........................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, soft
microfossiliferous but fossils indistinct, dark
spots-probably glauconitic (mealy appearance),
grades into below ...................................


10,5 82.5

13.5 96


8.5 104.5


2.5 107
0.5 107.5


12.5 120
5 125


13 138
9.5 147.5



1.5 149


153
162

169.5


10.5 180
2 182
0.5 182.5
1 183.5


7.5

1
12

4
0.5


191

192
204

208
208.5


5.5 214


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8019 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, olive gray, calcareous, glauconitic, ? silty, firm ................. 0.5 214.5
Dolomite, yellowish gray, very fine crystals (silt size),
recrystallized, poorly porous and permeable,
hard to medium hard ................................. 14.5 229
Organic zone, dark olive gray, calcareous or dolomitic, shaly ........ 0.5 229.5
Dolomite as 214%-229, very glauconitic (probably the
glauconite represents replaced microfossils),
very poor impressions of macrofossils? microfossils
(Leps), slightly to moderately friable ........ ........... 5.5 235
Dolomite as above with abundant macrofossil impressions,
grades into below .................................. 4 239
Crystalline limestone, very pale, orange, silty size,
rhombs of calcite in chalky matrix, moderately
hard, abundant dark spots that may be glauconitic,
many Lepidocyclina ghosts, porous and permeable,
grades into below ................................. 3 242
As above but yellowish orange in color and softer ............... 5 247
As 239-242 ........................................ 2.5 249.5
As 242-247 with layer grains of ? glauconite ................ 7.5 257
As 239-242 ........................................ 6 263
Calcilutite, very pale orange, soft, very microfossiliferous
(Lepidocyclinas) .................................... 8 271


Number W-8102 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 335 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NESW% sec. 36, T. 6 N., R. 21
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine to very coarse, silty and
clayey, slightly indurated, trace of dark grains ...............
Sand, quartz, light brown, mottled, moderately reddish
orange, fine to very coarse getting coarser
downward, silty and clayey, slightly indurated,
trace of dark grains ..................................
Sand, quartz, light brown at top-grayish orange pink at base,
medium to coarse, trace of dark grains, slightly
clayey, lower foot appears to contain borings ...............
Sand, quartz, light yellowish orange, mottled, grayish
orange pink and light brown, coarse to very
coarse, cross-bedded, slightly clayey .....................
Sand, quartz, pale reddish purple, fine to very coarse
with pea gravel, cross-bedded, trace of dark grains ............
Sand, quartz, light brown, fine to medium, trace of
clay, trace of dark grains, cross-bedded ....................
Silt, gray, mottled, moderately red, slightly clayey,
trace to 1% dark grains ..............................
Silt, gray with moderately reddish mottling, very
clayey and silty, finely sandy ..........................
Sand, quartz, light gray, medium to coarse, very silty and clayey,
becoming more graded (medium to coarse) and less silty
and clayey at 53 feet; cross-bedded ......................


8 8



7 15


6 21


12

5.5

2


33

38.5

40.5


4.5 45

4.5 49.5


14.5 64
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8102 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, white, fine to medium, micaceous, loose ............
Sand, quartz, light yellowish gray, medium to coarse, loose ........
Sand, quartz, light yellowish gray, becomes grayish
reddish purple in lower 2 feet, coarse to very
coarse, with some pea gravel ...........................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, mottled, moderately red,
very fine to fine, clayey, micaceous, silty ..................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, light gray with thin
streaks of pale reddish purple, fine to medium,
some coarse, trace to 1% dark grains, cross-bedded ............
Clay, gray, mottled, moderately red and dark yellowish
orange, silty to finely sandy, micaceous, firm,
has pebbles of sand in top 2 feet ........................
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish orange, fine, micaceous,
slightly silty .......................................
Clay, yellowish orange, slightly finely sandy, firm ...............
Clay, light olive gray, slightly to abundantly finely
sandy increasing in sand downward, 1-3% dark grains ..........
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine, very clayey and
silty, 1-3% dark grains, slightly micaceous (some
red grains at 129-133 feet, probably siderite) ................
Clay, gray, sandy (quartz and red grains of siderite),
waxy, firm, slightly micaceous .........................
Sand, quartz, grayish yellow, fine to medium, some
coarse, very clayey .................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, clayey
throughout and with irregular masses and
stringers of pale yellowish orange silt-size,
calcite, grades into below .............. ...............
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to fine, some
medium and occasional coarse to very coarse grains,
slightly clayey, trace to 1% dark grains ....................
No sample ....................................... ..
Clay, very light gray, slightly sandy, trace of mica,
kaolinitee), grades into below ..........................
Sand, quartz, very light gray, mottled yellowish gray,
very fine to medium at top becoming medium to
coarse with some very coarse downward, clayey,
trace mica, also becomes yellowish gray ..................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to fine,
occasional coarse grain, trace dark grains
and trace mica, clayey ...............................
Silt, pale brown, very clayey to finely sandy (with
sand up to coarse grains) .............................
Dolomite, gray to light olive gray, finely crystalline,
(sucrosic), recrystallized, voids that appear to
be leached microfossils, sparcely sandy,
occasional flake of mica, indurated and hard ...............
Dolosilt, yellowish gray to light olive gray, recrystalline (sucrosic),
slightly micaceous, becomes less dolomitic downward and grades
into below, indurated but soft, clayey .....................
Calcilutite, light olive gray, silty textured, partially recrystallized,
slightly dolomitic, slightly microfossiliferous, firm but
moderately soft, some sandy zones that are iron stained ........


2 66
4 70


22.5 112.5


8 120.5

0.5 121
4 125

2 127


2.5 129.5

5 134.5

8.5 143



3 146


150
155

157


26 183


8 200


7 207


5 212
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Number W-8102 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcilutite, light gray, chalky, dense, soft but tough,
microfossiliferous (very indistinct and appear as
medium to dark gray spots), partially recrystallized
(silt-size crystals) ..................................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline
(sucrosic), subearthy in appearance, microfossiliferous,
but fossils indistinct and darker in color,
partially recrystallized, soft ...........................
Calcilutite, as above but lighter in color and microfossils
more abundant and appear to be partially
replaced by glauconite ...............................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline
(sucrosic) partially recrystallized, very
microfossiliferous, but fossils indistinct,
indurated, hard, some macrofossil fragments,
becomes "earthy" downward ..........................
Dolomite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
hard, dense, pyritic, abruptly grades into below ..............
Clay, olive gray, very calcareous, microfossiliferous, firm ..........
Dolosilt, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
hard, dense, fossiliferous, grades into below .................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline but earthy,
fossiliferous (fossils appear dark, ? glauconitic), glauconitic
below 261 feet, grades into below .......................
Calcilutite, as above with abundant "Leps" ....................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, moderately soft, earthy,
abundantly microfossiliferous (fossils dark, ? glauconitic and
indistinct), "Leps" common, algal fragments,
abundant glauconite ................................
Calcilutic calcarenite, yellowish gray to very pale orange,
soft to slightly hard, abundantly microfossiliferous,
"Leps" common, very porous and permeable ................


Number W-8103 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 299 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SWYASW4 sec. 35, T. 5 N., R. 21
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to coarse, mostly medium
to coarse, subangular to subrounded, loose, trace to 1%
dark grains (ilmenite), grades into below ...................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange to grayish orange pink,
fine to very coarse, mostly medium to very
coarse, clayey and silty, slightly indurated,
some laminated bedding, grades into below .................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange to light brown, medium to very
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, loose, some laminated bedding ..
Clay, gray mottled pale red, very silty to finely sandy. ............
No recovery ........................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray with brown spots, fine to medium,
subangular to subrounded, trace dark grains, loose ............


2 2



19 21

10.5 31.5
17 48.5
3.5 52

1.5 53.5
(continued)


8 220



11 231


7 238


244

245.5
251

255


16 271
3 274



8 282






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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8103 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, pinkish gray, fine to medium, subangular to
subrounded, trace dark grains, loose, faint bedding ............
No recovery ........................................
Sand, quartz, pale reddish purple, coarse, subrounded,
trace of clay as matrix, faintly banded or
bedded, no recovery 75-79 ............................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange mottled pale reddish purple,
fine to coarse, getting coarser downward, clayey .............
Clay, light to medium gray, very silty, slightly waxy .............
Clay, light gray, very sandy (fine to coarse), silty,
has pyrite crystals, grades into below .....................
Sand, quartz, dark gray (very organic), clayey at top,
medium to coarse ..................................
No sample .........................................
Clay, brown, finely sand, waxy, grades into below ..............
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange mottled grayish orange,
very fine to fine, clayey and silty, banded or bedded ...........
Sand, quartz as 1051-107 ..............................
Sand, as above but less silty and clayey ......................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, coarse to very coarse,
loose, rounded ................... ................
Sand, yellow orange mottled gray, clayey as matrix
and irregular stringers, micaceous ......................
Sand, quartz, gray, very fine to fine, subangular to subrounded,
1-3% dark grains, trace clay as matrix, micaceous .............
Sand, quartz as above with abundant clay ....................
Sand, quartz, gray, fine to medium with few very coarse
grains, clayey and silty, common dark grains
(? glauconite), some pyrite crystals ....... ..... ........
"Shell marl", sand, quartz, olive to gray, very fine to
very coarse, silty, abundant macrofossil fragments,
microfossils common, common dark grains .................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine with coarse and very coarse .......
No sample-drilled like hard-packed sand ....................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to medium with abundant
pea gravel-this sample was washed up'-no core recovery .........
No sample ..........................................
Dololutite, light gray, sucrosic, chalky, porous and permeable,
slightly finely sandy, soft but tough, grades into below ........
Dololutite, light greenish gray, as above with clayey
zones, grades into below .............................
Dololutite, very pale orange, as above but less dolomitic ..........
Calcilutite, pale orange, partially recrystallized, microcoquinoid,
hard, porous and permeable, some macrofossil fragments, and
some microfossils replaced with pyrite, ? slightly finely sandy ....
Calcilutite, pale yellow orange, partially recrystallized, slightly
microfossiliferous, but fossils indistinct, very soft, ? very
slightly sandy, has zones that are clayey ...................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, partially recrystallized, microfossiliferous,
abundant algal masses, medium hard, Camerinas .............
Calcarenite, yellow gray, partially recrystallized,
microcoquina of Lepidocyclinas and Camerinas,
chalky matrix, many fossils replaced by either glauconite
Dolomite, yellow gray, chalky matrix with increase in dolomite
rhombs downward, common to abundant, very thin
Lepidocyclinas, hard ...............................


5 58.5
19.5 78


1.5 79.5

8 87.5
6.5 94

4 98

2 100
5 105
0.5 105.5

1.5 107
4 111
7 118

9 127

7 134

18 152
1 153


5 158


23
1.5
15.5

24
29

4

6
5


181
182.5
198

222
251

255

261
266


2 268


13 281

4 285



50 335


5 340






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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8104 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 294 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NW%'NWNWY% sec. 11, T. 5 N.,
R. 20 W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, yellowish gray to grayish orange, very fine to very
coarse, mostly fine to medium, silty, angular to subrounded,
trace of dark mineral (? ilmenite), becomes more silty and
slightly clayey downward, firm .......................... 7 7
Sand, quartz, moderately reddish orange, very fine to very coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, very silty, subangular to
subrounded, trace of dark mineral (? ilmenite), firm ........... 2 9
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, mottled pale orange, pale
yellowish orange, moderately reddish orange, very
fine to coarse, mostly medium, subangular to subrounded,
silty, clayey, firm, grades into below ............ ......... 6 15
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, medium to coarse, subrounded,
to rounded, slightly silty to clayey, firm ..... .... ....... 2 17
Clay, very pale orange, silty to sandy, firm, trace ilmenite .......... 0. 17.5
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, fine to coarse, mostly
medium, some very coarse, clear to frosted,
subangular to rounded, loose to weakly cemented ............ 1 18.5
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, medium, subangular to
subrounded, weakly cemented, trace ilmenite ................. 0.5 19
Sand, quartz, grayish orange at top to moderately red
at base, coarse to very coarse, abundant granules,
subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, slightly
clayey to silty, weakly cemented ........................ 11 30
No sample .......................... ................. 4 34
Sand, quartz, top foot grayish red grading downward to
yellowish orange, medium to very coarse, increased
grain size downward, subangular to subrounded,
slightly silty to clayey, weakly cemented .................... 8 42
Sand, as above but very coarse to granule size ................. 1 43
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, mottled and bedded
light gray and moderately reddish orange, medium
to coarse, subrounded, slightly clayey, trace
ilmenite (No sample 524-55, 62-65) .... ................. 24 67
No sample ................... ......................... 3 70
Granule, quartz, moderately yellowish brown, subrounded
to rounded, sandy, silty, clayey .... ..................... 2 72
Clay, yellowish gray mottled moderate red, silty to finely sandy,
very firm, abrupt color change at 75 feet, but clay similar ........ 3 75
Clay, medium gray, becoming more silty than above,
abundant needle to clear tabular crystals (secondary growth),
at 79 and 80 is 1-2 inches very organic seam (bed) ............... 5.5 80.5
Sand, quartz, light gray, very fine to fine, subangular to
subrounded, top 1 inches moderately clayey, slightly clayey,
trace ilmenite, many tabular to needle crystals, firm,
grades into below, (88-92 No sample) ................... 12.5 93
Clay, olive gray, abundantly finely sandy, firm
(could be very clayey sand) .............................. 1.5 94.5
Clay, light gray, mottled yellowish orange, moderately
mediumly sandy, firm .............................. 0.5 95
Sand, quartz, very pale orange to light gray, very fine to very
coarse, few granules, moderately clayey, firm, very weathered
feldspar granules-more abundant downward ............... 10 105
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8104 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, light gray, very fine to very coarse,
abundant granules, mostly very coarse to granules,
some gravel, subangular to rounded, abundant
feldspar grains (granules), very weathered,
slightly clayey ..................................... .. 2 107
Clay, gray and yellowish orange, abundantly finely
sandy,firm ...................................... .. 1 108
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, medium to coarse,
subangular to subrounded, clear, slightly clayey,
firm, common feldspar grains ............................ 1 109
Sand as 108 to 109, but coarse to very coarse grain
size, common to abundant feldspar .................... .. 8 117
Sand, as 109-117, grain size up to granule ................. .... 10 127
Clay, yellowish grayish orange, very sandy (transition
between above and below) ............................. 1 128
Clay, yellowish gray, very sandy (fine to medium, few
coarse), firm, grades into below ......................... 4 132
Impure calcilutite, white to pale yellowish gray, very
finely crystalline, very fine to finely sandy,
firm to mediumly hard ................................ 5 137
Impure calcitic dolomite, yellowish gray, dense, hard,
finely crystalline (tends to be very finely sucrosic) ........... .. 1 138
No sample .................................... ....... 3 141
As 137-138 ........................................ 1.5 142.5
Dolosilt, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
dense, medium hard ................................ 1.5 144
Calcilutite, yellowish orange, with very fine rhombs
of dolomite, very finely crystalline, abundant
very fine white spots that appear to be "ghosts"
of microfossils, also dark spots that may be
glauconitic ghosts of fossils, soft to firm,
? clayey in lower 4 feet .............................. 8.5 152.5
Calcilutite, very pale orange, sparcely very finely
sandy, very finely crystalline, white ghosts of
microfossils, hard ................................. 2 154.5
Calcilutite, yellowish orange, extremely fine grained
(looks clayey), very microfossiliferous but fossils
mostly indistinct, soft to firm, grades into below ............. 2.5 157
As above but not as fine grained, becomes progressively
more crystalline downward to a very finely
crystalline (sucrosic) calcilutite that has been
partially recrystallized. Leps begin at 168
feet, grades into below .............................. 13 170
Calcilutite, yellowish orange, very finely crystalline
(sucrosic), microfossiliferous, abundant Leps,
glauconitic spots may be replaced fossils, soft,
becomes more crystallized and dolomitic downward
with moldic porosity, glauconite, becomes very
abundant in lower 2 feet, grades into below .............. .... 30 200
Calcilutite, yellowish orange, finely crystalline (sucrosic),
very microfossiliferous with abundant glauconitic spots which
are replaced fossils in top 3 feet, medium hard,
recrystallized, dolomitic, abundant Leps, Cams become
abundant at 204 feet ................................ 4 204
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8104 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcarenite, yellowish orange, in calcilutitic matrix,
very microfossiliferous, partially recrystallized,
soft to firm, many Leps .............................. 61 265
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
very microfossiliferous, partially recrystallized
firm to hard, some glauconite replacement of fossils ........... 2 267
As above but very pale orange in color ........... ............. 4 271
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, more dense and recrystallized
than above, but otherwise the same ....................... 2.5 273.5
Calcarenite, very pale orange, very microfossiliferous,
soft, partially recrystallized, absence of Leps ................. 38.5 312


Number W-8105 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 250 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NESE sec. 31, T. 4 N., R. 18
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, dark yellowish orange, very fine to coarse, mostly
medium, silty and increasingly clayey downward .............
Clay, light red mottled gray in upper 1% feet and light
red and gray alternating in lower 2% feet, silty,
slightly finely sandy at top and becoming more
sandy downward, firm ...............................
Sand, quartz, light red, fine to medium, silty, slightly
clayey, subangular to subrounded, firm ...................
Sand, quartz, pale reddish brown, fine to coarse, mostly
fine to medium, moderately silty and clayey, firm ............
Sand, quartz, as 11-15 with less clay ........................
Clay, light red mottled gray, sandy (very fine to coarse), silty. .......
Sand, quartz, light brown, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, slightly silty and clayey,
subangular to subrounded, few pieces of mica ...............
Sand, quartz, as above but slightly finer grained ................
Sand, quartz, light red, fine to coarse, very slightly
silty with few pebbles in lower 1% feet .................. ..
Sand, quartz, light moderately brown, fine to very
coarse, mostly coarse to very coarse, common
pea gravel and pebbles ...............................
Sand, quartz, pale orange, medium to very coarse, mostly
medium with clay (kaolin) matrix, slightly micaceous ..........
Sand, quartz, light red, medium to very coarse, mostly
medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded, trace
dark mineral, very slight amount clay (matrix) ...............
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine, occasional coarse
grain, subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey
(matrix), trace of dark mineral, slightly micaceous ............
Sand, as above but very fine to fine with more clay
with silt matrix ...................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, slightly silty
and clayey, slightly micaceous, contains clear tabular crystals
and needles of unidentified mineral, grades into below .........


4 4


8

11

15
16.5
17


18
20.5

24.5


6.5 31

15 46


8 54


19 73

7.5 80.5


2.5 83
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8105 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, dark greenish gray, very slightly sandy, few
phosphorite grains (black), has many
needle-shaped crystals ............................... 10 93
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to medium, occasional
coarse to very coarse grain, trace mica, up to 5%
black phosphorite, slightly clayey in lower 4 feet ............. 19 112
Sand, quartz, olive black, very fine to medium, some coarse,
very organic (matrix), has borings filled with cleaner
sand, lower 8 inches are brown in color .................... 7 119
Sand, quartz, pale orange, medium to very coarse,
frosted, loose, subrounded ................. .......... 11 130
Silt, quartz, grayish orange, very sandy (very fine to
very coarse) abundantly gravelly, clayey ................ ... 3 133
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to medium, very slightly clayey,
subangular to subrounded, trace dark mineral, some boring
filled with lighter colored sand ......................... 7 140
Sand, quartz, olive gray, fine to medium, clayey,
grades into below .................................... 6 146
Clay, olive gray (mottled or banded with light olive
gray), abundantly finely sandy in zones and
common throughout .................................. 8 154
Silt, quartz, brownish gray, abundantly finely sandy, clayey ........ 1 155
Sand, quartz, light brownish gray, very fine to fine,
silty and clayey ................................... 1 156
No sample .................................... ....... 2 158
Sand, quartz, pinkish gray, very fine to fine, subangular
to subrounded, trace dark mineral ......................... 5 163
No sample ......................................... 7 170
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to medium, subangular
to subrounded, silty (matrix), grades into below .. ............. 0.5 170.5
Calcilutite, light gray, moderately finely sandy, firm
when wet, hard when dry ............................... 0.5 171
Calcilutite, light gray, moderately mediumly sandy,
macrofossiliferous ................................... 1 172
Cavity ........................................... 3 175
Calcarenite, very pale orange, very microfossiliferous
but indistinct, partially recrystallized, hard,
microvugular, macromolds ............................. 17 192
No sample ...... .................. ............ 10 202
Calcarenite, very pale orange, very microfossiliferous,
partially recrystallized, medium hard, Leps, Cams
and Cones common .................................. 10 212


Number W-8351 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 227 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SWY sec. 9, T. 2 N., R. 21 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, grayish orange to pale orange, very fine to coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, loose, subangular to subrounded,
trace of hanvv minerals, grades into below ......... .......... 8.5 8.5


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8351 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, light brown, as above with slight amount
clay matrix, grades into below .........................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, mottled light brown and
pale orange, medium to coarse, slightly coarser
downward, darker zones contain slight amount clay,
trace of heavy mineral ...............................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, moderately orange pink, fine to coarse,
slightly clayey near top, subangular to
subrounded, trace heavy mineral .......................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, moderately orange pink, fine to very
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to
subrounded, slightly clayey as matrix, there
are clay blebs throughout and the color varies
slightly in oddly oriented bands ........................
Sand, quartz, white to pinkish gray, fine to coarse,
mostly medium to coarse, more clayey (kaolin)
than above (both as matrix and as blebs and thin
stringers), subangular to subrounded, lower 9 ft.
medium to very coarse, mostly coarse to very
coarse with some pea gravel ...........................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, coarse to gravel, mostly
very coarse, rounded, slightly clayey as matrix ...............
Sand, quartz, as above but fine to very coarse, mostly
medium to coarse ...................... .......... .
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange mottled reddish brown, fine to
very coarse, some gravel, slightly micaceous .............
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to very coarse,
some pebbles, subangular to rounded, much pea gravel .........
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, moderately reddish brown at top, grading downward
to dark yellowish orange, fine to very coarse, some pea gravel,
color banded in middle, clayey (as matrix) ...............
No sample ...........................................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, very fine to fine, subangular to
subrounded, slightly to moderately clayey, micaceous, 1-2%
heavy minerals (weathered zone of below) ..................
Sand, as above but medium gray in color .....................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to fine, subangular,
5% dark mineral, slightly clayey, moderately to
abundantly macrofossiliferous (mostly small
fragments), few microfossils, slight micaceous ...............
Clay, dark olive gray, slightly silty, plastic, firm, becomes very
fine to finely sandy with more microfossils from 246-262 .......
Marl, olive gray, abundantly mediumly sandy,
microfossiliferous and very macrofossiliferous,
firm, abundant dark mineral, grades into below ..............
Marl (calcarenite), clayey to silty, very fine crystalline ............
No sample ..........................................
Calcilutite, pale orange, very sandy (fine to coarse), abundant dark
mineral, hard, very fine crystalline, dense, fossil base ..........


9 17.5



8 25.5
0.5 26


2.5 28.5
0.5 29




35 64


39
1

2.5

7.5

10


103
104

106.5

114

124
126.5

129


2.5 131.5


12.5 144
2.5 146.5


9.5 156
26 182



38.5 220.5

66.5 287


291
5 292.5
5 297

298
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8351 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, dark olive gray, firm, silty, slightly calcareous ................ 9 307
Calcilutite, pale orange, very sandy (very fine to medium),
abundant dark mineral, microfossiliferous and
macrofossiliferous and moldic, Sorites common,
hard in upper 15 ft., mediumly soft in lower part,
dense, very fine crystalline ............................. 15 322
Impure calcarenite, as above but much softer and contains
clay and silt, sand, slightly coarser.
No sample from 355 to 364 ............................ 43.5 365.5
Marl, olive gray, very fine, sandy, very microfossiliferous,
moderately macrofossiliferous (mostly fragments),
firm very micaceous, glauconitic, abundant dark
mineral (some of which is glauconitic).
No sample from 368.5 to 372 .......................... 23 388.5
Marl, as above with indurated zones ................... .... 2.5 391
Dolomite, yellowish gray to dusky yellow, hard
macromoldic, sucrosic ............................... 37 428
Dolomite, dark olive gray, hard, very micromoldic
(cams) and macromoldic, sucrosic ......................... 34 462


Number W-8352 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 165 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NEYaSWY4 sec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 20
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown grading downward through
grayish orange to dark yellowish orange with lower 8 feet
mottled very pale orange and pale yellowish orange, fine to
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded,
trace of heavy minerals, loose, grades abruptly into below .......
Sand, quartz, light brownish gray, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, some granules and gravel, subangular
to rounded, loose ..................................
No sample .... ..... ..................... : ..........
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subangular to subrounded, loose, trace to 1% ilmenite ..........
No sample .... ........... .........................
Sand, quartz, as 20-212 but light olive gray in color (becomes
progressively more gray downward) ......................
Sand, quartz, grayish black, medium to coarse, subrounded to
rounded, very organic ...............................
Sand, quartz, medium brownish gray, fine to coarse, mostly fine
to medium, subangular to subrounded, slightly organic, about
1% ilmenite ............. .. ........................
Sand, quartz, brownish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subangular to subrounded, slightly organic, trace to 1%
ilmenite ...................... .. ...... .... .....
Sand, quartz, grayish black, fine to coarse, mostly medium to
coarse, subangular to subrounded, moderately to very organic .


18 18


1

0.5
2

3


19
20

20.5
22.5

25.5


0.5 26


1.5 27.5


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8352 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, light brownish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium
to coarse, subangular to subrounded, slightly to moderately
organic .................................... ....... 2.5 37.5
Sand, quartz, very organic, as 32-35 ......................... 1 38.5
Sand, quartz, light brownish gray, fine to very coarse, mostly
medium, with granules, subangular to subrounded, larger
grains rounded, slightly clayey, grades into below .... ........ 3 41.5
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, mostly fine grained with few
coarse to very coarse, angular to subrounded, clayey, 1-3%
ilmenite, burrows filled with sand from above (shows up as
white), trace of mica ................................ 16.5 58
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, abundant granules and pebbles,
angular to rounded ................................... 0.5 58.5
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey, trace to 1%
ilmenite ... ............. .......................... 2 60.5
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium
to coarse, subangular to subrounded, slightly to moderately
clayey, trace ilmenite, several laminae of very organic sand
at 63% feet ................ ....................... 7 67.5
No sample ......................................... 2.5 70
Sand, as above but slightly lighter in color .............. .... ... 5.5 75.5
No sample .................................... ....... 2 77.5
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to fine, slightly clayey and
silty, angular to subangular, micaceous, ilmenite, ? grains
of chlorite, firm, grades into below, macrofossil mold at 86
feet (No sample 80-82%) .............................. 9.5 87
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to fine, angular to subangular,
very silty clayey, 1% ilmenite, micaceous, few molds of
macrofossils, grades into below ................. .......... 5.5 92.5
Sand, quartz, as above but very abundantly macrofossiliferous
(both fragments and whole shells-mostly small), wood fragment
at 95% feet and is moderately olive brown in color, grades
into below ...................................... 3.5 96
Sand, quartz, grayish olive, very fine to fine, angular to
subangular, moderately silty to slightly clayey, micaceous,
1-2% ilmenite, few ? chlorite grains, moderately
macrofossiliferous, few microfossils, firm .................. 8.5 104.5
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to fine, angular to
subangular, 3-5% heavy mineral (ilmenite), slightly
micaceous,? chlorite grains .......................... 3 107.5
Sand, as 96-104%, abundantly silty and clayey, slightly calcareous .... 19 126.5
Sand, as above with few macrofossils ................. ...... 2 128.5
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very fine to fine, angular to
subangular, 1-3% ilmenite, micaceous, abundantly silty and
clayey, ? chlorite grains, slightly calcareous, slightly
to moderately macrofossiliferous, few microfossils, firm,
grades into below .................................... 23.5 152
Sand, quartz, dark olive gray, very fine, very silty, clayey,
very micaceous, slightly calcareous, very microfossiliferous,
sparcely macrofossiliferous (fragments), very firm ............ 15 167
Sand, quartz, as above, slightly coarser silty matrix and slightly
more macrofossiliferous .............................. 4 171
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8352 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand,quartz, as 152-167 ................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
very calcareous, very microfossiliferous, up to 1% ilmenite .......
Sand, as 167-171, but more macrofossils .....................
Calcilutite (marl), light olive gray, very finely sandy, very
microfossiliferous, 1-3% green and black grains (? chlorite and
ilmenite), very firm-very similar to 174-178 but more
calcareous and less sandy, (few macrofossil fragments at 2082) .
Silt, quartz, olive gray, very sandy, very calcareous, very
microfossiliferous, very firm, ? clayey, (wood fragments
at 216%), micaceous, grades into below ...................
Clay, olive black, slightly silty, very firm, abundantly finely micaceous,
grades into below thru 3 inches of very microfossiliferous,
sandy, very phosphoritic, calcareous clay .................
Calcilutite, light olive gray, very finely crystalline, sandy,
macrofossil fragments, firm, slightly dolomitic .... .........
Calcilutite, light olive gray, crystalline, sandy (medium to very
coarse), hard, dense, dolomitic ........................
No sample .........................................
Calcilutite, light olive gray, crystalline, abundantly sandy,
abundant ilmenite or phosphorite, partially recrystallized,
sparce macrofossil molds, some microfossils, hard, dense ........
Clay, olive black, finely sandy to silty, microfossiliferous,
very firm, sparce very fine flakes of mica, calcareous ...........
No sample ........................... .............
Calcilutite (marl), light olive gray, abundantly sandy,
phosphoritic, microfossiliferous, firm, very fine
crystalline, grades into below ..........................
Clay, as 240%-241 ..................................
Calcilutite, light olive gray, very finely crystalline (partially
recrystallized), very microfossiliferous, macromoldic,
abundant dark spots that probably are ghosts of microfossils,
abundantly finely to mediumly sandy, hard to soft, dense,
Sorites common ...................................
No sample ...........................................
Mixtures of quartz sand and clay, shell fragments-appears to be
contamination ....................................
Calcilutite, light gray, very finely crystalline (partially
recrystallized), sandy, (mostly medium to few very coarse),
abundantly microfossiliferous (poorly preserved), few
macrofossil fragments, harder at top and softer downward,
dense, glauconite spots (probably fossils), pyritic, very
slightly dolomitic ...................................
Calcilutite, pale orange, very finely crystalline (partially
recrystallized), microfossiliferous (poorly preserved),
micromoldic, hard, macrofossil molds ....................
Calcilutite, grayish orange, very finely crystalline, almost
completely recrystallized, very few macrofossil molds, firm
to mediumly hard, slightly dolomitic .....................
No sample .........................................
Dolomite, moderately yellowish brown, finely crystalline (sucrosic),
very hard, dense, few voids ? from dissolved fossils ............
Dolomite, as above of loosely cemented rhombs ................


3.5 174.5

3.5 178
5.5 183.5



32.5 216


9.5 225.5


10.5 236

1 237

0.5 237.5
2.5 240


240.5

241
243


1 244
1 245




V7 292
6 298

12 310





11 321


22 343


5 348
2 350

22 372
4 376






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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8353 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 181 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NEY4SESE% sec. 15, T. 1 N., R.
21 W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.
Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium to
coarse, subangulac to subrounded, very slightly clayey as
matrix .................... .............. ........
Sand, quartz, pale reddish brown, very fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, faintly indurated, moderately clayey,
subangular to subrounded, grades into below ................
Sand, quartz, light brown, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
moderately clayey .................................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, fine to granule, very abundantly
clayey (kaolin), moderately cemented with clay ..............
Sand, quartz, white, medium to granule, very abundantly clayey
(kaolin), moderately cemented ...........................
Sand, as above, but light brownish in color, grades into below.......
Sand, as 27-32 with much gravel ..........................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine, subangular to subrounded,
slightly clayey, micaceous, up to 3% dark grains (mica
increases at 110) ..................................
Sand, as 62-138% with addition of sparce to common small (up to
") macrofossiliferous shells and fragments, occasional
coarse to very coarse quartz grain increasing in abundance
downward, grades into below ..........................
Sand as above with increase in clay downward, occasional
microfossils ................... ..................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very fine crystalline, partially
recrystallized, finely sandy, very microfossiliferous,
moderately indurated, glauconitic .......................
Calcilutite, as above with abundant clay seams .................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, fine crystalline, moderately sandy,
glauconitic, very fossiliferous, moderately indurated, grades
into below ......................................
Impure calcilutite, olive gray, very fine crystalline, very
microfossiliferous, sandy, glauconitic, moderately hard,
clayey, becoming moreso downward and decreasingly downward
Clay, dark gray, blocky, ? silty, sparcely microfossiliferous,
grades into below ...................................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very fine crystalline, sandy,
glauconitic, very microfossiliferous, moderately hard,
clayey .........................................
Calcilutite, pale orange, fine crystalline, partially
recrystallized, fine sandy, glauconitic, microfossiliferous,
but poor preserved, moderately hard, moldic porosity,
(Sorites), few calcareous algal fragments ...................
Calcilutite, very pale orange, fine crystalline, partially
recrystallized, slightly to moderately medium to coarse,
moderately glauconitic, very macromoldic, microfossiliferous
but fossils indistinct, hard, sandy, increases downward .........


9 9


76.5 138.5



41.5 180

64 244


3 247
4 251


27 278


297

318


8 326



37 363



14 377







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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8354 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 206 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SWSWNE% sec. 3, T. 3 N., R.
21 W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, moderate reddish orange to dark yellowish orange,
very fine to very coarse, occasional pebble, subangular to
rounded, clayey (kaolin) slightly micaceous, color bedding
indistinct to mottled ...............................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, more granules and pebbles than above,
subangular to rounded, clayey .........................
Sand, quartz, pale reddish brown, mottled yellowish orange, very
fine to fine, subangular to subrounded, clayey to silty ..........
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, very fine to fine, subangular to
subrounded, clayey as matrix and as blebs and in zones,
becoming more clayey downward and grades into below ........
Clay, pale reddish purple in upper foot-yellowish orange in
lower 1Y2 feet, slightly finely sandy, plastic .................
Sand, quartz, yellowish orange, very fine to fine, subangular,
slightly silty and clayey, up to 5% very fine dark mineral,
(? ilmenite), slightlyn-icaceous, firm ......................
Silt, quartz, gray, very finely sandy, very macrofossiliferous
(fragments), slightly microfossiliferous, sparce dark mineral,
slightly calcareous, slightly micaceous, lower 3 feet less
fossiliferous, Glycymeric waltonensis ................. ...
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish brown, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, few granules, clayey, micaceous, firm ......
Sand, quartz, light yellowish orange to light gray, coarse to
very coarse, many granules, subrounded to rounded ............
Sand, quartz, grayish orange to yellowish orange, very fine to
fine, up to 5% dark mineral (? ilmenite), clayey and silty,
clay as matrix and irregular stringers (mottled), micaceous,
firm, appears to be same as 32%-54%, grades into below ........
Sand, quartz, light gray mottled medium light gray, very fine to
fine, angular to subangular, micaceous, slightly clayey,
dark mineral (? ilmenite), from 112-123 sample has organic
and at 123% there is a 2-inch organic zone .................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to very coarse, abundant
granules, subangular to rounded ....... ................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to medium, some coarse,
slightly silty to clayey ...............................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, fine to medium, some coarse, silty to
clayey, very macrofossiliferous (fragments),
macrofossiliferous (fragments), microfossiliferous, slightly
calcareous, 5% of very fine grain size dark mineral
(ilmenite-phosphate), Amphistegina floridana at 145,
soft to firm ................... ..................
Calcarenite, light yellowish gray, moderately mediumly
sandy, ilmenite, partially recrystallized, microfossiliferous
(Sorites), hard to soft, some macrofossils, some zones
very clayey to silty, finely sandy, calcareous ...............
No sample .............................................
As 152-162 ...... ............. ..................
No sample .................... .....................


16 16


7

45


2.5

2.5


23

27.5


30

32.5


22 54.5


17.5

3

15


11 101


22.5

1

6


123.5

124.5

130.5


21.5 152


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8354"(Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcarenite, yellowish gray, very microfossiliferous and
macrofossiliferous, soft, 1% dark mineral, moderately sandy
(fine to medium) ..................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, medium to very coarse (progressively
coarser downward), abundant granules in lower 10 feet,
subrounded to rounded, loose (lower 5 feet wash sample) .......
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to medium, 1 to 3%-ilmenite,
subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey ..................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to coarse, 1% ilmenite,
subangular to subrounded, moderately clayey ...............
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium, 1%
ilmenite, subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey ............
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, very fine to fine, some coarse to very
coarse in lower part, subangular to subrounded, up to 5%
ilmenite, clay as matrix and in laminae ....................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, fine to very coarse, some granules,
subrounded to rounded, calcareous, very macrofossiliferous,
abundant dark mineral (ilmenite and glauconite ?), firm ........
Dolomite, olive gray, fine, crystalline, in very soft to very
hard zones, dense, slight amount ilmenite, hard zones have
appearance of conglomerate, slightly sandy .................
Solosilt, light greenish gray, very fine crystalline, dense,
moderately hard ...................................
No sample .........................................
Dolomite, olive gray, very finely crystalline, micromoldic
(Cams), hard, dense, pyrite clusters throughout ..............
Dolomite, yellowish brown, very finely crystalline (sucrosic),
completely recrystallized, firm, porous ....................
Dolomite, as 271-277, with macromolds and micromolds (Cams),
grades into below ..................................
Calciruditic calcarenite, pale yellowish orange, very
microfossiliferous (Cams and Leps), porous, soft to
medium hard, pyrite and glauconite throughout (usually as dark
spots), grades into below ............ .................
Impure dolomite, yellowish orange, finely crystalline (sucrosic),
recrystallized, firm, porous, few microfossil remains, few
dark spots (? glauconitic), grades into below with last foot
containing abundant Leps ............................
Calciruditic calcarenite, as 300-343 .... .....................
Calciruditic calcarenite, grayish orange, very finely crystalline
(sucrosic), dolomitic, slightly to abundantly glauconitic,
some Lep fragments recognizable, porous, permeable ..........
Dolomite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline (sucrosic)
recrystalized, firm, permeable, very glauconitic as dark
spots (probably fossil ghosts), firm, dense, (very similar
to 343-348 but more dolomitic and less calcitic, lower foot
contains abundant Leps, grades into below ................
Calcarenite, yellowish orange, partially recrystallized, silt
size crystals matrix, microfossiliferous (Leps abundant)
dark spots (? glauconitic), very porous and permeable, soft
to firm .........................................


4 174


29 203

1 204

1.5 205.5

2.5 208
15 223


8 231


3.5 234.5


26.5

5
5

6

5

18


261

266
271

277

282

300


43 343



5 348
1.5 349.5


10.5 360




13 373


9 382







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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8355 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 43 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NEY4SW' sec. 20, T. 1 S., R. 18
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Soils zone, sand, quartz, dusky brown, very fine to coarse,
mostly medium, organic matrix, grades into below ............ 0.5 0.5
Sand, quartz, light brown, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subangular to subrounded, very slightly clayey, trace of
dark mineral, grades into below ..... .................... 4 4.5
Sand, quartz, as above but white in color with no clay, grades
into below ...................................... 2.5 7
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, very fine to coarse, mostly
medium, subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey, trace of
dark mineral ........... ................ ............. 9 16
No sample ...................... ................... 1 17
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, very fine to fine, subangular
to subrounded, trace to 1% dark mineral, slightly clayey,
very slightly micaceous, clay appears to be concentrated in
irregular zones ...................................... 2.5 19.5
No sample ....... ................................. 0.5 20
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, medium to very coarse, slightly
banded (due to clay content), clayey, grades into below ........ 0.5 20.5
Sand, quartz, mottled, pale yellowish brown and gray, upper 2
feet mostly brown and lower 2 feet mostly gray, fine to
coarse, mostly medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded,
moderately clayey ................................... 4 24.5
Sand, quartz, light gray, fine to medium, very clayey, subangular
to subrounded, grades into below ............. .. ...... .. 1 25.5
Sand, quartz, light gray, coarse to very coarse, clayey, subrounded .... 1.5 27
Sand, quartz, light gray, alternating thin beds and laminae of
coarse and fine sand with clay matrix ...................... 2 29
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, grading downward to grayish
orange, fine to very coarse, mostly medium to coarse,
moderately clayey, grades into below ....... ... ........ ... 3.5 32.5
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
subangular to subrounded, very slightly clayey, appears to
have borings filled with cleaner sand ..................... 8.5 41
Sand, quartz, as above but gray in color, slightly more clayey
toward base ..................................... 2.5 43.5
Sand, quartz, grayish olive, fine to coarse, mostly fine to
medium, subangular to subrounded, 5% phosphorite, slightly
clayey, has borings, slightly coarser grained in lower foot ........ 5.5 49
Marl, moderately olive gray, very microfossiliferous, moderately
mediumly sandy, firm, 5-7% very fine phosphorite, few
macrofossils, some zones have more calcium carbonate and are
more indurated, Bolivina marginata multicosta ................ 32 81
Calcarenite, pale orange, very microfossiliferous, partially
recrystallized, firm very fine crystals ?, has abundantly
dark spots (that could be glauconite, phosphorite, manganese
or pyrite), abundant Sorites .... ..................... 5.5 86.5
As above, more dark mineral, and macromoldic ................ 4.5 91
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, microfossiliferous (indistinct),
partially recrystallized, finely crystalline granules,
moderate interstitial porosity, soft to firm, manganese (?)
spots, lower 15 feet has finer crystalline matrix, grades
into below ...................................... .. 26 117
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8355 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcarenite, light olive gray, slightly to moderately mediumly
sandy, very finely crystalline matrix, dark spots (manganese
?, pyrite ?), microfossils (many Sorites), some
macrofossils (fragments or coral), soft to indurated,
partially recrystallized ................................... 15 132
As above, but more sandy and clayey (transition between above
and below) ...................................... 3.5 135.5
Silt, quartz, gray, moderately, fine to medium sandy, slightly
micaceous, moderately calcareous, microfossiliferous and
macrofossiliferous, firm, grades into below ... .............. 3.5 139
Marl, dark greenish gray, moderately to abundantly medium to
coarse, sandy, microfossiliferous and macrofossiliferous,
silty, clayey...... .... ............................ 2 141
Calcarenite, greenish gray, indurated, very medium to coarse,
sandy, microfossiliferous and macrofossiliferous .............. 4.5 145.5
Marl, as 139-141 ...................................... 6.5 152
As 141-145 ........................................ 2 154
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, soft, slightly fine,
sandy, microfossiliferous, common dark spots (? manganese or
pyrite), clayey ...................................... 11 165
Calcarenite, pale orange, very microfossiliferous,
macrofossiliferous molds, partially recrystallized, slightly
to moderately hard, very finely crystalline ................... 22 187
Dolomite, pale to moderately brown, hard, recrystallized,
macromoldic, dense, crystalline ......................... 30 217
Calcarenite, very pale orange, microfossiliferous, hard, partially
recrystallized, poorly porous, Leps ..................... .. 29 246


Number W-8356 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 218 feet Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SEYSE% sec. 25, T. 5 N., R. 20 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, brownish black to yellowish gray, very fine to
coarse; there is gradual color change down to 8 feet where
the color is yellow gray and a gradual increase in silt and
clay from a trace at 2 feet to about 10-20% of sample at 8
feet (weathered zone) ...............................
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, fine to very coarse, in 10-20% clay
matrix, silty; there appears to be pockets of cleaner sand-maybe
thin beds or burrows. Trace of dark mineral (ilmenite ?) .......
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, fine to medium, some coarse, 20-30%
clay matrix, 1-2% dark mineral (? ilmenite). At 9-9% is a
fine to very coarse clean sand zone. There are very small
lens shaped white sand zones that may be filled burrows.
Has an abrupt color change at 18 feet .....................
Sand as 10%-18 but is medium dark gray in color. Has abrupt color
change at 24 feet ..................................
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, fine to coarse, some very coarse with
pockets or zones that are less clayey, 10-15% clay matrix,
trace of dark mineral ................................


8 8


2.5 10.5




7.5 18

6 24


2 26
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8356 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, yellow gray to white, very fine to coarse, some very
coarse, clear, no clay matrix ........................... 1 27
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, fine to medium, some coarse, 5-10%
clay matrix, more sandy in lower 2 feet, grades into below ........ 4 31
Sand, quartz, pale olive with 6-inch dark yellow orange zone near
top underlain by a 1-inch medium dark gray zone, very fine
to medium, 20-30% clay matrix, very very slightly calcareous
and increasing downward with zones that appear more calcareous
than throughout. Grades into below ...................... 9 40
Sand, quartz, dark olive brown with blue patches of fine sand,
very fine to fine, slight amount clay matrix, increasingly
more calcareous downward to very calcareous (sandy marl)
in lower 3 feet. Has oyster shells at 43-44 feet. Lower 3
feet light olive green to light yellow orange in color.
Grades into below ................................... 7 47
Clay, olive brown to olive gray, slightly sandy (very fine to
fine) throughout and with small pockets or zones of abundant
sand .......................................... 12.5 59.5
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, very fine to medium, very slight
amount clay matrix, trace of dark mineral (? ilmenite) .......... 1.5 61
Clay, dark gray (sapropel), very slightly finely sandy ............. 1.5 62.5
Sand, quartz, gray, very fine to medium, with several zones of
dark gray clay as 61-62 ..... ......................... 9 71.5
Sand, quartz, moderate greenish yellow, fine to medium, trace of
dark mineral, becomes calcareous in lower foot .................. 8.5 80
No recovery ..................................... ..... 2 82
Sand, quartz, dusky yellow, fine to medium, slightly to moderately
calcareous, moderately fossil (broken macro and micro), grades
into below ...................................... 2.5 84.5
Silt, quartz, pale olive, very calcareous, moderately fossil
(macro and micro), grades into below .................. .... 4.5 89
Dolosilt, light olive gray, soft but tough, very slightly finely
sandy, has few very hard indurated zones and grades into 1
foot of very hard dolomite ............................. 3 92
Dolomite, olive gray, very hard, crypto to very finely crystalline ..... 1 93
No recovery ....... ................................... 4 97
Dolomite, brown, sucrosic, recrystallized slightly sandy, becomes
doloclay 102-102% and 102% to 103 is small broken and worn
pieces of material as 92-93 ............................. 6 103
Doloclay and dolosilt, brown, with dark organic coloration at
base, soft but tough .................................. 3 106
Dolomite, yellow brown, hard recrystallized, very finely sucrosic,
hard, chalcopyrite crystals in fractures, microangular (?
voids left from dissolved microfossils), slightly sandy,
increasingly glauconitic downward .................... .... 3 109
Doloclay, yellow gray soft, slightly sandy ......... .......... .. 1 110
Marl, olive gray very microfossil, some macroshell fragments
abundantly glauconitic, pyritic, silty (gradation
between above and below) ............................. 1 111
Calcilutite, very pale orange to light olive gray, very
microfossil, pyritic and glauconitic (many fossils replaced),
soft but tough, grades into below. (The last foot appears to
be a cave fill, i.e. clay with fragments of rock and fossils) ........ 3 114


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8356 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcarenite, pale orange, partially recrystallized, very
microfossiliferous, moderately to firmly cemented .............. 14 128
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, partially recrystallized, glauconitic,
very microfossiliferous ....... ...................... 4 132
No recovery. Driller reported "very soft" ...................... 10 142
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellow gray, softly recrystallized,
poorly microfossiliferous, slightly glauconitic, earthy
(soft but tough) Lepidocyclinas at 145-146 ..................... 4 146
Dolomite, yellowish gray, chalky to very finely crystalline,
moldic, soft to hard .................................. 3 149
No recovery-cavity .................................. 6 155
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellow recrystallized, microfossiliferous
(many Lepidocyclinas), poorly to moderately porous .......... 4 159
As above but contains glauconite ........... ............... 1 160
No recovery, ? cavity .................................... 3 163
Dolomitic calcarenite, pale yellow orange, hard, recrystallized,
microfossiliferous, sparcely fossil, grades into below .......... 1 164
Calcilutic calcarenite, yellow gray, recrystallized, soft to hard,
glauconitic, microfossiliferous ................. ........... 3 167
Calcarenite, yellow gray, recrystallized, moderately hard, very
glauconitic, microfossiliferous ................. ........... 6 173
Calcarenite, pale yellow orange to yellow gray, soft to hard,
microfossiliferous (Lepidocyclinas common), glauconitic,
recrystallized, moldic ............................... 84 257


Number W-8478 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 10 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NE% sec. 31, T. 1 S., R. 19 W.
Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, top foot gray, next 2 feet light brown, lower foot
light gray, fine with few coarse, subangular to subrounded,
loose ..........................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, mottled yellowish gray, dusky
yellow, fine to medium with some coarse to very coarse,
subangular to subrounded, clayey, contains wood fragments,
borings filled with clean light gray sand, grades into below .......
Sand, quartz, white to light gray, fine to medium with some
coarse to very coarse, subangular to subrounded, loose,
6-inch zone at 30-304, that is dark yellowish orange in color
and contains several tubes filled with sand boringss) ...........
Clay, brownish black, silty to finely sandy, firm, plastic .......... .
Clay, brownish black (abundantly organic), much wood ...........
Sand, quartz, gray, fine grained, loose, subangular, thin
bedded (organic staining) .............................
Sand, quartz, light olive, fine to coarse, very clayey, organic
at base, firm .....................................


4 4



22.5 26.5



11 37.5
22.5 60
2.5 62.5

5.5 68

2.5 70.5


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8478 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Dolomite, olive gray, recrystallized (very finely crystalline),
firm but not indurated, microfossiliferous, but almost
totally destroyed or replaced with green mineral (? glauconite),
grades downward into dolomitic calcilutite, light olive
gray in color and microfossils occur as white "ghosts",
very finely crystalline, and in earthy appearance ..............
.Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline,
recrystallized (sucrosic), hard, micromoldic, microfossils
occur as white and dark spots, dolomitic ...................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, partially recrystallized, very
finely crystalline, hard, very microfossiliferous but
fossils indistinct ....... .... ........................
No sample ....................................... ..
As 118-120 with fossils as dark spots and sample has earthy
appearance ......................................
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, very microfossiliferous but
indistinct and as dark spots, much intergranular porosity,
indurated but weak, soft to slightly hard, partially
recrystallized, few to abundant calcareous algae ..............
Calcilutite, very pale orange, partially recrystallized, very
finely crystalline, microfossiliferous (Sorites common),
as ghosts and dark spots, hard at top and bottom, soft in
middle .........................................
Calcirudite, very pale orange coquina of calcareous algae and
calcareous debris, well cemented, grades into below ...........
Calcilutite, very pale orange, partially recrystallized, very
finely crystalline, hard, brittle, slightly very coarsely
sandy, few microfossils but obscure (Miliolids and
Sorites identifiable) some dark spots-probably
microfossiliferous replaced with glauconite ...... ...........
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, partially recrystallized, very
finely crystalline, sandy (medium to very coarse), micaceous
(abundant toward base) ...............................
No sample ..........................................
Marl, light gray, very abundantly micaceous, microfossiliferous-and
has dark spots that probably are fossils replaced with
glauconite, some coarse to very coarse sand, fragments of
macrofossils, medium hard ............................
Marl as above but very abundantly sandy (coarse to very coarse)
and abundantly macrofossiliferous, soft ...................
Calcilutite, pale orange, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, sand decreases to only sparcely present,
macromoldic at top, grades into below abruptly ..............
Calcilutite as above becoming clayey marlyy) ...................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, firm to hard,
microcoquina, partially recrystallized, sand decreases to
only sparcely present, micromoldic at top, grades into below
abruptly ........................................
Calcilutite, white, partially recrystallized, hard, dense,
"earthy", macromoldic (many corals) and microfossiliferous
but very indistinct, lower 4 feet silty textured with good
intergranular porosity, abrupt contact with dolomite below ......
Dolomite, moderately yellowish brown, hard, dense, very
macromoldic (corals abundant) .........................


43.5 114


2 116


118
120

124


4.5 133.5



25 158.5

8.5 167




8 175


4 179
3 182


185

185.5


2 187.5
1.5 189



22 211



27 238

19 257
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8478 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Dolosilt, moderately yellowish brown, sucrosic, hard, macromoldic,
grades into below .................................. 15 272
Dolomite, dark yellowish brown, dense, micromoldic (appears to
be Lepidocyclinas and Camerinas), hard .................... 7 279
No sample .........................................
Dolomite, grayish orange, micromoldic (? Lepidocyclinas and
Camerinas), hard, very finely sucrosic (silt size) .................. 3 282


Number W-8587 of the Bureau. of Geology. Altitude 15 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NENW% sec. 13, T. 2 S., R. 18
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, fine to very coarse, slightly
silty, subangular to subrounded, loose ....................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange mottled gray to 13 feet; then gray
mottled grayish orange and moderately red to 18 feet; then
gray and dark olive gray to 32% feet, fine to very coarse,
progressively more silty and clayey downward with lower
10-14 feet basically sandy, clayey, silty, firm, abrupt
contact with below .................................
Sand, quartz, moderately reddish orange, grayish orange pink,
moderately red, medium to coarse, some very coarse to granule,
loose, angular to subrounded, cross bedded .................
Sand, quartz, as above but finer grained, mostly fine to medium .....
Sand, quartz, moderately reddish orange, fine to coarse, mostly
medium to coarse, several borings, appears cross bedded
and/or thin bedded, loose ............................
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, medium to coarse, some very coarse,
loose, thin bedded to cross bedded ......................
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish orange, very fine to fine with
medium to coarse and some very coarse to granules, clayey,
micaceous, clay as stringers, thin bedded ...................
Sand, quartz, white to very pale orange, medium to coarse, clayey
(? kaolinitic), with grains up to granule size .................
No sample ....... ..................................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, medium to coarse, ? glauconitic,
pyritic .........................................
No sample ........................................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrysiallized, soft, earthy with abundant "clusters" of
? secondary calcite, dark spots-probably fossil ghosts,
occasional fragment of macrofossils, pockets of abundant
microfossils (many pelagic) with phosphorite ................
Calcarenite, very pale orange, sample almost completely composed
of calcareous algal .................................


25 32.5


1.5 34
1 35


10 45

9.5 54.5


11.5

21.5
2.5

2.5
5




10.5

4


66

87.5
90

92.5
97.5




108

112


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8587 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, moderately hard (friable),
partially recrystallized, very finely crystalline, abundantly
microfossiliferous (but indistinct), one Sorites at 112
feet, slightly dolomitic, some calcareous algae (becomes
finer grained at 122 feet) .............................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, moderately recrystallized,
very finely crystalline, dolomitic, moderately hard, fossils
indistinct, contains common gray masses that appear to be
calcareous algae, some moldic porosity ....................
As above with microfossils as dark spots and less hard,
macrofossil fragments and molds common .................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, yellowish gray, hard, brittle, very
finely crystalline, macrofossils common to abundant ...........
Calcarenite, yellowish orange, partially recrystallized, finely
crystalline, dolomitic, micro and macrofossiliferous (fossils
indistinct), hard but brittle (friable), occasional coarse
to very coarse quartz grains, lower foot contains fragments
of bed below ...................... ............
Calcilutite, light yellowish gray, hard, recrystallized with
relick structure, very microfossiliferous but microfossils
very indistinct and replaced by dark spots, dolomitic,
dense, common to abundant Sorites, grades into below .........
Marl, yellowish gray, very sandy (fine to very coarse)
'clayey-increases downward, soft to hard, very
microfossiliferous but indistinct and mostly as dark spots
(Sorites abundant), micaceous, few molds of macrofossils,
oyster shell fragments at 191-192 feet ....................
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, moderately hard, very abundant
microfossils but fossils indistinct and many dark spots,
some macrofossil fragments and molds, abrupt contact with
below .................................. .......
Dolomite, yellowish gray, hard, dense, recrystallized, some molds
and microfossils ....................................
Calcilutite, very pale orange, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, some zones of almost pure sand and clay with
dark grains, very macromoldic, many coral fragments, moderately
hard, Archaias, sp. throughout .........................


20.5 132.5


4.5

4

4


137

141

145


8 153



7 160




36 196



2 198

3 201



29 230


Number W-8591 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 6 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SWSWYSW% sec. 9, T. 3 S., R.
19 W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


Sand, quartz, light gray at top becoming brownish gray at 2 feet,
fine to coarse, mostly medium, subangular to subrounded,
trace of dark grains, loose ................ ...........
Sand, quartz, grayish orange, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
clayey ............................. ...........
Sand, as 0-7, very pale orange in color ......................
Sand, as 7-8V2 .......................................


7 7

1.5 8.5
9.5 18


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8591 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, light gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium
subangular to subrounded, loose, trace of dark grains ..........
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
loose, subangular to subrounded, some dark grains, very
slightly clayey ....................................
Sand, as 22-33% .....................................
Sand, quartz, as 33%-38 .................................
Sand, quartz, as 22-33 and 38-43 .........................
Sand, quartz, as 43-46 .................................
Sand, quartz, brownish black, fine to coarse, subangular to
subrounded, very organic .............................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, medium to coarse, subrounded,
loose, some dark grains ..............................
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish brown, fine to coarse, some very
coarse, loose, subangular to subrounded, some organic .........
Sand, quartz, as 56-61 .................................
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish brown to grayish black, fine to
coarse, subangular to subrounded, organically stained,
slightly clayey, loose, appears to have borings, grades into
below ............................ ................
Sand, quartz, light gray, fine to coarse, mostly fine to medium,
subangular to subrounded, loose, some dark grains (up to 3%) ....
Sand, quartz, grayish brown, loose, fine to coarse, subangular
to subrounded, organically stained and has yellow sulphur
staining after standing for several weeks, grades into below .......
Sand, quartz, dusky brown, fine to medium, some coarse, moderately
to abundantly organically stained, clayey, weakly indurated ......
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, grayish brown to dusky brown, very fine to medium,
mostly fine, subangular to subrounded, weakly indurated,
abundantly organic, clayey, several macrofossil fragments
at 106%, very noticable sulphur staining ...................
No sample .........................................
Sand, as 104%-107, abrupt contact with below .................
Calcilutite, grayish yellowish green, sandy, very glauconitic,
phosphoritic, soft, partially recrystallized, very finely
crystalline (sucrosic), microfossiliferous, porour (90.6%
soluble) ........................................
Sand, quartz, brownish gray, fine to coarse with some very coarse,
in calcilutic matrix, organic ...........................
Calcilutite, as 113%-121%, sparcely macrofossiliferous ............
No sample .........................................
Calcilutite, light olive gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, microfossiliferous, abundantly glauconitic,
phosphoritic (black), sandy, indurated but soft, less porous
than above (76.7% soluble) ...........................
Sand, quartz, glauconite and phosphorite, yellowish gray to
brownish gray, weakly cemented in calcilutite matrix as above ....
No sample .........................................
Dolomite, olive gray, calcitic, very finely crystalline (sucrosic),
partially recrystallized, sandy, phosphoritic glauconitic,
interstitial porosity, firm, microfossils but indistinct
Heterostegina sp. and Operculnoides sp ...................


15.5 33.5


4.5
5
3
3
3.5

3.5

5

5
3



19

6


3.5

3
4



2.5
5
1.5


38
43
46
49
52.5

56

61

66
69



88

94


97.5

100.5
104.5



107
112
113.5


8 121.5

2 123.5
24.5 148




30 178

20 198
1.5 199.5


8.5 208


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8591 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcilutite, light olive gray, very finely crystalline (sucrosic),
partially recrystallized, microfossiliferous but poorly
preserved, sandy and has dark spots (glauconite or phosphate),
indurated but soft, subearthy appearance, Opercs common,
porous .........................................
No sample .........................................
As 208-228 ........................................
Calcirudite, pale yellowish orange, calcareous algae and fragments,
well cemented, with calcareous clay zones that are very soft,
grades into below (252-2522 cavity) .....................
Calcilutite, pale orange to yellowish gray, very finely
crystalline, partially recrystallized, microfossiliferous
but indistinct, dark spots-probably glauconite fossil ghosts,
indurated but soft, ? silty, subearthy, some agal fragments,
Sorites sp .......................................
Calcilutite, as above but calcareous algae is common to abundant .
Marl, yellowish gray, soft but slightly indurated, very.finely
crystalline .....................................
Calcilutite, as 280-288, microfossiliferous but indistinct and
with abundant dark spots (probably glauconite replacing
fossils) .........................................
Calcilutite, very pale orange, very finely crystalline,
microfossiliferous but indistinct, partially recrystallized,
indurated but weakly cemented, slightly harder than above
(313-315, subchalky) ...............................
No sample .........................................
Calcarenite, pale yellowish gray, partially recrystallized, very
finely crystalline, microfossiliferous but fossils indistinct,
finely sandy, indurated but soft, slightly glauconitic, some
macrofossils .....................................
Marl, yellowish orange, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, soft, ? finely sandy, occasional very
coarse quartz grains, common dark spots (probably microfossils)
cavity 328Y2-329, only 3 feet of core for this interval ..........
Calcilutite, pale yellowish orange, partially recrystallized,
finely crystalline, moldic porosity, slightly finely sandy,
hard, microfossils but poorly preserved, some glauconitic
as fossil replacement .................................
Calcilutite, pale orange, finely crystalline, abundantly mediumly
sandy, glauconitic, very hard, dense, microfossils but fossils
indistinct because of recrystallization, becomes less hard
downward and less sandy downward, and more glauconitic


downward.....


No sample ..........................................
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, crystalline and loosely indurated
(finely sucrosic), moderately sandy, glauconitic, slightly
microfossiliferous but too recrystallized to identify (only
1 foot recovery) ................................. ...
Calcilutite, pale yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, very
poorly indurated silt-size rhombs, ? very finely sandy,
microfossiliferous but poorly preserved ...................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, abundantly
microfossiliferous but fossils as dark glauconitic spots,
soft to moderately hard, slightly moderately sandy ............


20 228
12 240
11.5 251.5


6.5 258


280
288

292


21 313



9 322
2 324



1.5 325.5



11.5 337



1 338


................................ 10 348


14 362



12 374


8 382


5 387
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8591 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcilutite, yellowish orange, partially recrystallized, hard,
dense, microfossiliferous (Sorites, Millrobds common),
slightly finely sandy .................................. 1 388
No sample ......................................... 9 397
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, soft,
speckled with silt-size to very fine sandy size glauconite ......... 7 404
As above, but dark olive gray ............................ 1 405
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, partially dolomitized (dolomite
rhombs in calcite matrix) microfossiliferous but indistinct,
soft to slightly hard, very slight amount glauconite as
specks, intergranular porosity-thin zones (3-6 inches) of
very dolomitic material .............................. 18 423
Dolomite, pale yellowish brown, finely crystalline, hard, sucrosic,
micromoldic, contains zones of dark gray clayeyy" material
that may be carbonaceous residues ....................... 20 443


Number W-8592 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 45 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SWSE' sec. 20, T. 1 N., R. 17
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very fine to coarse, mostly fine to
medium, silty, subangular to subrounded, weakly cemented,
trace of dark grains, downward becomes progressively more
clayey, grades into below .............................
Sand, quartz, pale reddish brown mottled grayish pink to grayish
orange, very fine to coarse, silty, clayey as matrix and thin
stringers, trace to 1% dark grains, massive to thinly bedded,
weakly cemented ..................................
Sand, quartz, light red mottled very pale orange moderately reddish
orange, very fine to very coarse, mostly fine to coarse,
thin bedded, cross bedded, trace to 1% dark grains, grades
into below ......................................
Sand, quartz, light gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium, angular
to subangular, trace to 2% dark grains, thin bedded, cross
bedded, loose ....................................
Sand, quartz, pale grayish orange, coarse to very coarse, some
granules, subangular to subrounded, loose ..................
Clay, light brown, sandy and silty, soft, laminated in lower 8
inches ........................................
Weathered calcarenite, dark yellowish orange, very finely
crystalline, partially recrystallized, abundantly sandy
(medium to coarse), glauconitic, phosphoritic,
microfossiliferous, many macrofossil fragments (Pectens &
Oysters), last foot mediumly olive gray in color-this interval
very weathered ...................................
Calcarenite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, very sandy glauconitic and phosphoritic,
microfossiliferous, soft but firm ........................


6 6



9 15



12.5 27.5


2 45





5 50


8 58


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8592 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, mediumly hard, dense, micromoldic porosity,
sandy, phosphoritic ................................
As above but almost clay textured and "putty like" in
consistency .......................................
Calcarenite, pale orange, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, subchalky, very glauconitic and ? phosphoritic,
microfossiliferous but indistinct, sandy, weakly to moderately
cemented, good porosity, occasional fragment of macrofossil,
Sorites and Archaias common in lower portion ..............
Marl, olive gray, abundantly microfossiliferous, soft but tough,
? silty, with irregular zones of calcilutite ...................
Calcilutite, pale orange, crystalline, almost completely
recrystallized, very hard and very dense, abundantly sandy,
very microfossiliferous but indistinct, abundantly
glauconitic, many microfossils replaced with glauconite, ?
dolomitic, Sorites abundant ...........................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, very finely silty, micaceous,
occasional very coarse to granule grain, firm but soft, grades
into below .......................................
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, medium to very coarse, some fine,
abundant calcareous matrix, abundant macrofossil fragments
(very small), microfossiliferous, firm but soft, some zones
more calcareous and hard (well indurated) slightly micaceous,
grades into below ..................................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline (silt size),
abundantly mediimly sandy, glauconitic soft but firm, very
much as sand above but more calcium carbonate and has mica,
microfossiliferous, moderately soft and weakly
indurated-downward the sand decreases in quantity and size,
the appearance becomes earthy and ostracode becomes numerous,
becomes macrofossiliferous ..........................
Calcilutitic calcarenite, very pale orange, very finely crystalline,
partially recrystallized, hard and dense to very friable
and porous, microfossiliferous but indistinct, corals abundant,
good intergranular porosity, becomes light gray at 187 feet,
microfossils identified are Leps, Rotalia, Operculina ..........


28.5 92.5

3.5 96




10 106


10 116




18 134






13.5 147.5




58.5 206


Number W-8865 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 42 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in NENE% sec. 35, T. 2 S., R. 21
W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.


Thickness Depth
(feet) (feet)


Materials


Sand, quartz, white, fine to coarse, subangular to subrounded,
loose, 1% of dark grains ..................... ..........
As above, but grayish orange in color .......................
Sand, as above, but very pale orange in color ..................
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, with thin bedding of 3-5% dark
grains, fine to coarse grained, slightly organic in middle .........
Sand, quartz, dusky brown (hardpan), fine to coarse, weakly
cemented with organic ...............................


2 2
31 33
3.5 36.5

4 40.5

2 42.5
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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8865 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, quartz, dark yellowish brown, fine to coarse, with irregular
color as through disrupted by borings ..................... 1.5 44
Sand, quartz, very pale orange, fine to medium, some coarse,
subangular to subrounded, loose ........................ 4 48
Sand, quartz, dark yellowish brown, fine to coarse .............. 22 70
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, fine to coarse, subangular
to subrounded, loose ..... ........................... .. 5 75
Sand, quartz, pale yellowish brown, medium to very coarse,
subangular to subrounded, loose ................. ........ 0.5 75.5
Sand, quartz, brownish gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium,
clayey and silty ..................................... 1.5 77
Clay, brownish gray, slightly sandy, firm, grades into below ......... 3 80
Sand, quartz, light brownish gray, fine to medium, slightly clayey .... 2.5 82.5
Clay ............................................. 4 86.5
Sand, quartz, light olive gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium to
coarse, subangular to subrounded, slightly clayey .............. 1 87.5
Sand, quartz, grayish olive, fine to very coarse, mostly
coarse to very coarse, abundant macrofossil fragments, clayey
to silty ......... ......... ..... ... ................ 1 88.5
Sand, quartz, dusky yellow, fine to very coarse, mostly
medium, loose, subangular to subrounded, slight organic
staining in zones .................................... 6 94.5
Sand, quartz, light gray, fine to very coarse, mostly coarse to
very coarse, subangular to subrounded, loose .................. 5 99.5
No sample ......................................... 0.5 100
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, medium to very coarse, subangular to
subrounded, loose ................................... 2.5 102.5
No sample ......................................... 2.5 105
Sand, quartz, yellow gray, fine to coarse, mostly medium, subangular
to subrounded, trace of very fine dark grains, grades into
below ..... ..................................... 1.5 106.5
Sand, as above, but organically stained ................... .. 0.5 107
Sand, quartz, gray, fine, very calcareous, microfossiliferous,
glauconitic, firm (this interval could be called very sandy
calcilutite) grades into calcilutite ...... ... ............... 2 109
Calcilutite, light olive gray, abundantly sandy, glauconitic
microfossiliferous, soft to moderately compact ............... 6 115
No sample .. .................................. ....... 1 116
Calcilutite, light gray, very finely crystalline, abundantly
sandy, glauconitic, microfossiliferous, firm but not hard ........ 9 125
As above with abundant Ostrea fragments ................... 1 126
Calcilutite, light yellowish gray, very fine crystalline,
abundantly sandy, glauconitic, microfossiliferous, firm but
not hard ......................................... 10 136
Calcilutite, as above, but abundantly sandy, occasional
macrofossils ..................................... 30 166
Calcilutite, light yellow orange, very finely crystalline, sandy,
less glauconitic than above, firm, grades into below ............ 18 184
Calcilutite, yellow gray, very finely crystalline, very abundantly
microfossiliferous, common to abundant macrofossil fragments,
glauconitic, silty, slightly finely sandy, macrofossils
decrease near base of zone and very coarse sand appears ........ 6 190


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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 78 95



Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8865 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very fine crystalline, coarse to very
coarsely sandy, moderately to abundantly glauconitic,
slightly microfossiliferous, moderate indurated ..............
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, very coarse to granule, subangular
to round, glauconitic slightly calcareous ...................
Sand, quartz, olive gray, fine to very coarse, mostly coarse to
very coarse, subangular to rounded, slightly calcareous (more
than above), moderately to abundantly microfossiliferous,
glauconitic ......................................
No sample .........................................
Sand, as above, less coarse ..............................
No sample .........................................
Sand, as above, mostly medium grained .....................
No sample ................................ ........
Calcilutite to calcilutitic calcarenite, olive gray, very finely
crystalline, sandy and very glauconitic, very microfossiliferous
but many indistinct, few to common macrofossil fragments in
upper 3 feet, more indurated than above, very porous and
permeable. The lower 15 feet has more macrofossil fragments
and common granule size grains of glauconite ...............
Clay, dark gray, silty to very calcareous marlyy), compact, platy,
? silty, grades into below abruptly ....... ................
Calcilutite, pale yellow orange, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, sparcely microfossiliferous (Sorites
common), very sparcely sandy, porous, soft but tough,
occasional dark spots, looks like fossil replacement by
glauconite ...................... ...............
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very fine crystalline, partially
recrystallized but less so than above, clayey, slightly
glauconitic ......................... .............
Calcilutite, more glauconite and an occasional calcareous algal
fragments, microfossiliferous, but fossils very indistinct
due to recrystallization, becoming slightly more sandy than
above ..........................................
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, as above with common granule-size
glauconite grains ...................................
Calcilutite, pale yellow orange, very finely crystalline, slightly
sandy, some glauconite as fossil replacement, slightly hard,
porous .........................................
Calcilutite, 387-389 ..................................
Calcilutite, pale yellow orange, with numerous calcareous algal ......
Calcilutite, as 389-394 ..................................
Calcilutite, pale orange, partially recrystallized, moderate to
abundantly medium to very coarsely sandy, slightly to
moderately glauconitic as fossil replacement, moderately
microfossiliferous (Sorites and Archaias abundant),
very hard abundant micromoldic porosity last 2 feet,
macromoldic, abundant light brown spots ..................
No sample ....................................... ..


22

5



11
22
5
7
4
2.5


212

217



228
250
255
262
266
268.5


82.5 351

4.5 355.5




14.5 370


7 377


387

389


5 394
4 398
17 415
6.5 421.5





8.5 430
4 434


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Table 9. Geologic Logs of Selected Core Holes in Walton County (Continued)

Number W-8865 (Continued)

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, soft to hard, abundantly glauconitic,
slightly to moderately mediumly sandy, abundantly
microfossiliferous (Sorites common), microfossils
replaced by glauconite, some macrofossil molds, micromoldic
(6-inch zone at 442 containing abundant loose microfossils,
quartz and organic) ................................ 17.5 451.5
Calcilutite, pale yellow orange, very finely crystalline,
moderately finely sandy, slightly glauconitic, soft but
tough, occasional macrofossil ......... ................. 5.5 457
Calcilutite, light gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, medium hard, very microfossiliferous,
glauconitic as fossil replacement ........................ 2.5 459.5
Calcilutite, yellowish gray, very finely crystalline, partially
recrystallized, ? finely sandy, glauconitic as fossil
replacement, microfossiliferous as dark spots and abundant
indistinct grains, moderately hard, porous, glauconitic
fossil replacement increases at 470-478 ........ ........... 18.5 478
Dolomitic calcilutite, yellow gray, crystalline with sand-size
rhombs of dolomite in very fine grained matrix, very hard,
very glauconitic as microfossiliferous replacement in upper
foot, microfossiliferous but indistinct (some Heterostegina
sections), macrofossiliferous ................. .......... 23 501


Number W-8873 of the Bureau of Geology. Altitude 40 feet. Drilled by the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology, in SEYNENW% sec. 11, T. 3 S., R.
18 W. Logged by C. W. Hendry, Jr.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand, quartz, yellowish gray, fine to medium, some coarse,
subangular to subrounded, loose, slightly silty and clayey,
some dark grains ..................................
Hardpan, very organic, sand as above ......................
Sand, as 0-5 ........................................
Hardpan, as 5-6 (no recovery-driller reported) .................
Sand, quartz, moderately gray, fine to medium, some coarse,
subangular to subrounded, slightly silty and clayey, loose,
appears to have been recorked by boring mollusks (pockets of
pure white sand and clay liners) (Very organic and wood at
22 feet) ........................................
No recovery ........................................
Sand, as above but very organic (hardpan) ....................
Sand, quartz, yellowish gray to light brown, fine to medium, some
coarse, subangular to subrounded, loose, thinly bedded to
laminated, some organic zones, tract to 1% dark grains, grades
into below ......................................
No sample .........................................
Sand, quartz, white, medium to coarse, some very coarse, loose,
subangular to subrounded, trace of dark grains, grades into
below ..........................................


5 5
1 6
1.5 7.5
3.5 11




13 24
1 25
0.5 25.5



26 51.5
1 52.5


1 53.5


(continued)