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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
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NOTICE

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publications has changed as of July 1, 1974.
Specific attention should be paid to instructions
for ordering publications after that date.
Instructions are listed on page 2 of this
publication.











FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY

C. W. Hendry, Jr., Chief

The Florida Bureau of Geology was organized in 1907 as the Florida
Geological Survey. The organizational name was changed to the Division of
Geology in 1962 and to the Bureau of Geology in 1969. The organic act (Florida
Statutes, Chapter 377) states: "The geological department of the board shall
make ... surveys and explorations of minerals, water supply, and other natural
resources of the state and shall "prepare reports and maps covering surveys and
explorations, occurrences and location of minerals and subterranean water
supply and power and mineral waters, and the best and most economical method
of development, together with analysis of soils, minerals and mineral
waters..." Also under Florida Statutes Chapter 377, the Bureau regulates the
exploration for and production of hydrocarbons in Florida, and under Florida
Statutes Chapter 211, p. II, the Bureau administers the reclamation of mined
lands.

TO ORDER
Address all orders to the Florida Bureau of Geology, 903 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, Florida, 32304. Please indicate publications desired by the
prefhx and number listed, i.e., B32 would be Bulletin No. 32. Out of print
publications are indicated by an asterisk. These publications may be found in the
public and school libraries listed on page 28. The public is urged to use the
reference libraries whenever possible since most publications are limited in
number published and many of our early reports are out of print and available
only through these libraries.
Bureau publications are not available in classroom quantities. Interested
individuals may obtain one copy of an available publication without charge if
picked up at the Bureau of Geology office. All publications requested by mail
must be accompanied with a remittance of $.50 each to cover handling and
postage. Consideration of requests for additional copies will be based on
availability.






CONTENTS

Annual Reports . . . . . . . . . 4
Biennial Reports . . . . . . . . . 6
Bulletins . . . . . . . . . . 7
Information Circulars ................................. 11
Leaflets ......................................... 16
Topographic Maps ................................... 16
Map Series .................................. ...... 17
Reports of Investigations ................................. 22
Special Publications .................................. 27
Florida Depository Libraries .............................. 28
Publications by County Listing ............................ 34







ANNUAL REPORTS


*AR I 1908, 114 p., 6 pl. This report contains (1) a sketch of the geology of Florida,
(2) a chapter on mineral industries, including phosphate, kaolin or ball clay,
brick-making clays, fullers earth, peat, lime, cement, and road-making materials,
(3) a bibliography of publications on Florida Geology, with a review of more
important papers published previous to the organization of the present Geological
Survey.

*AR 2 1909, 299 p., 19 pl., 5 text fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) a preliminary
report on the geology of Florida, with special reference to stratigraphy, including
a topographic and geologic map of Florida, prepared in cooperation with the
United States Geological Survey, (2) mineral industries, (3) the fullers earth
deposits of Gadsden County, with notes on similar deposits found elsewhere in
the state.

*AR 3 1910, 397 p., 30 text fig. This report contains (1) a preliminary paper on the
Florida phosphate deposits: (2) some Florida lakes and lake basins; (3) the
artesian water supply of Eastern Florida; (4) a preliminary report on the Florida
peat deposits.

*AR 4 1912, 175 p., i6 pl., 15 text fig., 1 map. This report contains: (1) the soils and
other surface residual materials of Florida, their origin, character, and the
formations from which derived; (2) the underground water supply of west central
and west Florida; (3) the production of phosphate rock in Florida during 1910
and 1911.

*AR 5 1913, 306 p., 14 pl., 17 text fig., 2 maps. This report contains; (1) origin of the
hard rock phosphate deposits of Florida; (2) list of elevations in Florida;
(3) artesian water supply of eastern and southern Florida; (4) production of
phosphate in Florida during 1912; (5) statistics on public roads in Florida.

*AR 6 1914, 451 p., 90 fig., 1 map. This report contains; (1) mineral industries and
resources of Florida; (2) some Florida lakes and lake Basins; (3) relation between
the Dunnellon formation and the Alachua clays; (4) geography and vegetation of
northern Florida.

*AR 7 1915, 342 p., 80 fig., 4 maps. This report contains: (1) pebble phosphates of
Florida; (2) natural resources of an area in central Florida (3) soil survey of
Bradford County; (4) soil survey of Pinellas County.

*AR 8 1916, 168 p., 31 pl., 14 text fig. This report contains: (1) administrative report
and mineral industries of Florida during 1915; (2) description of some Floridian
fossil vertebrates, belonging mostly to the Pleistocene; (3) fossil vertebrates from
Florida; a new Miocene fauna, a new Pliocene species, the Pleistocene fauna;
(4) human remains and associated fossils from the Pleistocene of Florida.

"AR 9 1917, 151 p., 8 pl., 13 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) mineral industries;
(2) additional studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida; (3) geology between the
Ocklocknee and Aucilla rivers in Florida.







*AR 10 1918, 130 p., 4 pl., 9 fig., 2 maps. This report contains: (1) geology between the
11 Apalachicola and Ocklocknee rivers; (2) the skull of a Pleistocene tapir with
description of a new species and a note on the associated fauna and flora:
(3) geology between the Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola rivers; (4) mineral
statistics; (5) mulluscan fauna from the marls near DeLand.

*AR 12 1919, 153 p., 4 maps. This report contains: (1) literature relating to human
remains and artifacts at Vero, Florida; (2) fossil bettles from Vero; (3) elevations
in Florida; (4) geologic section across the Everglades of Florida; (5) the age of the
underlying rocks of Florida as shown by the foraminifera of well borings:
(6) review of the geology of Florida with special reference to structural
conditions.

*AR 13 1921, 307 p., 3 pl., 43 fig. This report contains; (1) oil prospecting in Florida:
(2) statistics of mineral production, 1918; (3) foraminifera from the deep wells of
Florida; (4) the geography of central Florida.

*AR 14 1922, 135 p., 10 fig., 1 map. This report contains: (1) statistics on mineral
production, 1919 and 1920; (2) on the petroleum possibilities of Florida,
including a geologic map.

*AR 15 1924, 266 p., 2 pl., 55 fig. This report contains: (1) statistics on mineral
production, 1921 and 1922; (2) a contribution to the late Tertiary and
Quaternary paleontology of northeastern Florida; (3) preliminary report on clays
of Florida.

*AR 16 1925, 203 p., 52 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) administrative report and
statistics on mineral production, 1923; (2) a preliminary report on the limestones
and marls of Florida.

*AR 17 1926, 5 fig., 2 maps. This report contains: (1) administrative report and statistics
on mineral production in 1924; (2) history of soil investigation in Florida and
description of the new soil map; (3) generalized soil map of Florida in colors;
(4) review of structure and stratigraphy of Florida.

*AR 18 1927, 206 p., 58 fig. This report contains: (1) administrative report and statistics
on mineral production, 1925; (2) natural resources of southern Florida.

*AR 19 1928, 183 p., 5 pl., 36 fig., 9 tables. This report contains: (1) administrative
report and statistics on mineral production, 1926. (2) sand and gravel deposits of
Florida; (3) beach deposits of ilmenite, zircon, and rutile in Florida; (4) new
species of Operculina and Discocyclina from the Ocala limestone; (5) new species
of Coskinolaand Dictyoconus (?) from Florida.

*AR 20 1929, 294 p., 40 pl., 4 fig., 1 map. This report contains: (1) administrative report
and statistics of mineral production in Florida during 1927. (2) geology.of Florida
with geologic map; (3) extinct land mammals of Florida.

*AR 21 1931, 129 p., 39 fig. This report contains: (1) administrative report and statistics
22 of mineral production, 1928-1929; (2) need for conservation and protection of
our water supply; (3) the possibility of petroleum in Florida; (4) beaches of







Florida; (5) a palm nut of Attalea from the upper Eocene of Florida.


*AR 23 1933, 227 p., 11 pl., 23 fig., 3 tables. This report contains: (1) administrative
24 report and statistics on mineral production, 1930-1931; (2) northern disjuncts in
northern Florida and cypress domes; (3) notes on the geology and the occurrence
of some diatomaceous earth deposits of Florida and diatoms of the Florida peat
deposits; (4) groundwater resources of Sarasota County, Florida, and exploration
of artesian wells in Sarasota County, Florida.

BIENNIAL REPORTS

*BR I 1933-1934; including economic investigation of water and mineral resources;
1935, 25 p., 4 fig.

*BR 2 1935-1936; featuring review of the Florida mineral industry, 1934-35. 1937, 29
p., 6 fig.

*BR 3 1937-1938; including review of Florida mineral industry including list of
producers and production for 1936, 37. 1939, 28 p., 2 fig.

*BR 4 1939-1940; including review of the Museum collection of rocks, minerals, fossils
and artifacts; mineral resources, producers, and production during 1938-39. 1941,
30 p., 1 fig.

*BR 5 1941-1942; museum collection; oil prospecting and well drilling; mineral
resources, producers, and production during 1940-41. 1943, 32 p.

*BR 6 1943-1944; water resources, discovery of oil; mineral industry and summaries of
production, 1942-1943. 1945, 29 p., 3 fig.

*BR 7 1945-1946; oil propsecting and production; mineral statistics, list of producers,
1944-45. 1947, 22 p.

*BR 8 1947-1948; expanded program in cooperation with other agencies; oil prospecting
and production; mineral production and producers during 1946-1947; 1949, 30
p., 3 fig.

*BR 9 1949-1950; well sample library; oil exploration and development data; Florida
mineral industry-summary of production and producers during 1948-49. 1951,
32 p., 4 fig.

*BR 10 1951-1952; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities; Florida mineral
industry, production and producers during 1950-1951. 1953, 54 p., 9 fig.

*BR 11 1953-1954; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities. Florida mineral
industry production, and producers during 1952-53. 1955, 60 p., 4 fig.

*BR 12 1955-1956; duties of the Survey personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological
Surveys; cooperative activities with other agencies; study of the proposed
Cross-Florida Barge Canal and Sanford Titusville Canal; Florida mineral industry
and producers during 1954-55. 1957, 86 p., 12 fig., 2 tables.







*BR 13 1957-1958; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys; cooperative
activities with other agencies; Florida mineral industry and producers during
1956-57. 1959, 84 p., 14 fig., 4 tables.

*BR 14 1959-1960; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys; cooperative
activities with other agencies. Florida mineral industry and producers during
1958-59. 1961, 184 p., 12 fig., 10 tables.

Florida Geological Survey Biennial Reports discontinued with the Fourteenth Biennial
Report. They are now included in State Board of Conservation Biennial Reports, and the
Florida Department of Natural Resources Biennial Reports.

BULLETINS
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

*B 1 The underground water supply of central Florida, by E. H. Sellards, 1908, 103 p.,
6 pl., 6 text fig. This bulletin contains: (1) underground water, general discussion;
(2) the underground water of central Florida, deep and shallow wells, spring and
artesian prospects; (3) effects of underground solution, cavities, sinkholes,
disappearing streams, and solution basins; (4) drainage of lakes, ponds, and swamp
lands and disposal of sewage by bored wells; (5) water analyses and tables giving
general water resources, public water supplies, spring, and well records.

*B 2 Roads and road materials of Florida, by Sellards, Gunter, & Cox, 1911, 31 p., 4
pl. This bulletin contains. (1) an account of the road building materials of
Florida; (2) a statistical table showing the amount of improved roads built by the
counties of the State to the close of 1910.

*B 3 Miocene gastropods and scaphopods of the Choctawatchee formation of Florida,
by W. C. Mansfield, 1930, 189 p., 21 pl.

*B 4 The Foraminifera of the Choctawatchee formation of Florida, by Joseph A.
Cushman, 1930, 93 p., 12 pl.

*B 5 (1) A fossil Teleost fish of the Snapper family (Lutianidae) from the lower
Oligocene of Florida; by William K. Gregory (2) the Foraminifera of the Marianna
limestone of Florida, by W. Storrs Cole and Gerald M. Ponton, 1930, 61 p., 11
pl., 2 fig.

*B 6 The Pliocene and Pleistocene Foraminifera of Florida, by W. Storrs Cole, 1931,
79 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.

*B 7 The Pensacola terrace and associated beaches and bars of Florida, by Frank
Leverett, 1931, 44 p., 8 fig., 1 map.

*B 8 Miocene pelecypods of the Choctawhatchee formation of Florida, by W. C.
Mansfield, 1932, 240 p., 34 pl., 3 fig.

*B 9 The Foraminifera of the upper middle, and part of the lower Miocene of Florida,
by Joseph A. Cushman and Gerald M. Ponton, 1932, 147 p., 17 pl., 2 tables, 1
map.







*B 10 (1) Miocene land mammals from Florida, by George Gaylord Simpsori; (2) New
Heteromyid rodents from the Miocene of Florida, by Albert Elmer Wood;
(3) Aphelops from the Hawthorn formation of Florida, by Edwin H. Colbert;
1932, 58 p., 30 fig.

*B 11 Ground water investigations in Florida, by V. T. Stringfield, 1933, 33 p.

*B 12 New Miocene gastropods and scaphopods from Alaqua Creek Valley, Florida, by
W. C. Mansfield, 1935, 50 p., 5 pl.

*B 13 Ostracods of the Arca zone of the Choctawhatchee Miocene of Florida, by Henry
V. Howe, 1935, 47 p., 4 pl.

*B 14 Additions to the molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, by Julia
Gardner, 1936, 82 p., 10 pl.

*B 15 Mollusks of the Tampa and Suwannee limestones of Florida, by W. C. Mansfield,
1937, 334 p., 21 pl.

*B 16 Stratigraphy and micropaleontology of two deep wells in-Florida, Mamie S.
Hammond, Granberry No. 1, W-285, Jackson Co., and Part St. Joe Paper
Company, test wells no. 3, W-288, and no. 4, W-289, Gulf Co., by W. Storrs Cole,
1938, 76 p., 12 pl., 3 fig.

*B 17 Scenery of Florida interpreted by a geologist, by C. Wythe Cooke, 1939, 120 p.,
58 fig.

*B 18 Notes on the upper Tertiary and Pleistocene mullosks of peninsular Florida, by
W. C. Mansfield, 1939, 76 p., 4 pl., 2 fig., 5 tables.

*B 19 Stratigraphic and paleontologic studies of wells in Florida-No. 1, United
Brotherhood of Carpentars and joiners of America, Power House well no. 2,
W-448, Polk Co., and Peninsular Oil and Refining Company's J. W. Cory No. 1
well W-445, Monroe Co., by W. Storrs Cole, 1941, 94 p., 18 pl., 4 fig., 1 table.

*B 20 Stratigraphic and paleontologic studies of wells in Florida-No. 2, Suwannee
Petroleum Corporation's Sholtz No. 1, W-166, Levy Co., and Florida Oil
Discovery Company's Cedar Keys No. 2, W-355, Levy Co., by W. Storrs Cole,
1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig.

B 21 Geology of Holmes and Washington counties, Florida, by Robert 0. Vernon,
1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig.


*B 22 Contributions to Florida vertebrate paleontology: (1) A fossil squirrel-fish from
the upper Eocene of Florida, by G. Miles Conrad, p. 4-25; (2) The rostrum of
Felsinotherium ossivalense, by Joseph T. Gregory, p. 27-47; 1941; 47 p., 5 pl., 3



B 23 Florida dunes and scrub, vegetation and geology, by Herman Kurz, 1942, 154 p.,
25 pl., 24 fig., 3 tables.







1*B 24 Florida mineral industry, with summaries of production for 1940 and 1941, by
Robert 0. Vernon, 1943, 207 p., 40 fig., 25 tables.

*B 25 The natural features of southern Florida, especially the vegetation, and the
Everglades, by John H. Davis, Jr., 1943, 311 p., 66 fig., 5 maps, 10 tables.

*B 26 Stratigraphic and paleontologic studies of wells in Florida-No. 3, City of Quincy
well, W-4, Gadsden Co., St. Mary's River Oil Corporation, Hilliard Turpentine
Company No. 1, W-336, Nassau Co., by W. Storrs Cole, 1944, 168 p.,
frontispiece, 29 pl., 5 fig. Addendum: Discovery of Oil in Florida, p. 162-163, fig.
4-5.

B 27 Late Cenozoic geology of southern Florida, with a discussion of the ground water,
by Garald G. Parker and C. Wythe Cooke, 1944, 119 p., 26 pl., 4 fig.

B 28 Stratigraphic and paleontologic studies of wells in Florida-No. 4, City of
Tallahassee water well no. 6, W-453, Leon Co.: Dale Mabry Field water well "B",
W-95, Leon Co.: Ravlin-Brown V. G. Phillips No. 1 well, W-440, Wakulla County,
by W. Storrs Cole, 1945, 160 p., 22 pl., 8 fig., 17 tables.

*B 29 Geology of Florida, by C. Wythe Cooke, 1945, 342 p., 1 pl. (geologic map in
pocket), 47 fig.

B 30 The peat deposits of Florida, their occurrence, development, and uses, by John H.
Davis, Jr., 1946, 250 p., frontispiece, 36 fig., 27 tables.

B 31 Springs of Florida, by G. E. Ferguson, C. W. Lingham, S. K. Love, and R. 0.
Vernon, 1947, 198 p., frontispiece, (spring location map in pocket), 37 fig., 4
tables.

B 32 Elevations in Florida, by Herman Gunter, 1948, 1160 p., 2 fig.

B 33 Geology of Citrus and Levy counties, Florida, by Robert 0. Vernon, 1951, 256
p., frontispiece, 2 pl. (geologic map, structure map in pocket), 40 fig., 20 tables.

B 34 Paleontological studies, 1951, 112 p., 12 pl., 18 fig., 3 tables. Part 1-New
Tertiary ostracode fauna from Levy County, Florida, by Henry V. Howe, 48 p., 5
pl. Part II-The echinoid fauna of the Inglis member, Moodys Branch formation,
by Alfred George Fischer, 58 p., 7 pl., 18 fig., 3 tables.

B 35 Eocene mollusks from Citrus and Levy counties, Florida, by Horace G. Richards
and Katherine V. W. Palmer, 1953, 96 p., 13 pl.

B 36 Contribution to the study of the Miocene of the Florida Panhandle, by Harbans S.
Puri, 1954, 345 p., 47 pl., 21 fig., 15 tables (location map).

B 37 Geology of Jackson County, Florida, by Wayne E. Moore, 1955, 101 p.,
frontispiece, 5 pl., 27 fig., 3 tables.

B 38 Stratigraphy and zonation of the Ocala group, by Harbans S. Puri, 1957, 248 p., 3
pl., 30 fig., 3 tables.







B 39 Mining and mineral resources, by James L. Calver, 1957, 132 p., 35 fig., 12 tables.

B 40 Stratigraphy and paleontology of the late Neogene strata of the Caloosahatchee
River area of southern Florida, by Jules R. DuBar, 1958, 267 p., 4 pl., 49 fig., 10
tables.

*B 41 Some geomorphic features of central peninsula Florida, by William A. White,
1958, 92 p., 3 pl., 14 fig.

B 42 The limestone resources of Washington, Holmes, and Jackson counties, Florida,
by William D. Reves, 1961, 121 p., 27 fig., 9 tables.

B 43 Neogene biostratigraphy of the Charlotte Harbor area in southwestern Florida, by
Jules R. DuBar, 1962, 83 p., 8 fig., 2 pl., 8 tables.

B 44 Osteology and paleontology of the Passerine birds of the Reddick, Florida
Pleistocene, by J. Hill Hamon, 1964, 209 p., 13 fig., 3 tables.

B 45 The Regional Lithostratigraphic Analysis of Paleocene and Eocene Rocks of
Florida, by Chih Shan Chen, 1965, 105 p., 44 fig., 1 table.

B 46 Geology of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Western Florida Panhandle, by
Owen T. Marsh, 1966, 140 p., 28 fig., 5 pl., 16 tables.

B 47 Geology and Ground-water resources of Leon County, Florida, by Charles W.
Hendry, Jr. and Charles R. Sproul, 1966, 178 p., 37 fig., 1 pl., 8 tables.

B 48 Geology of Jefferson County, Florida, by J. William Yon, Jr., 1966, 115 p., 28
fig., 1 pl., 9 tables.
B 49 Geology of Dixie and Gilchrist counties, Florida, by Harbans S. Puri, J. William
Yon, Jr., and Woodson R. Oglesby, 1967, 15-5 p., 55 fig., 2 pl., 18 tables.

B 50 Mineral Resource Study of Holmes, Walton and Washington Counties, by J.
Wiffliam Yon, Jr. and C. W. Hendry, Jr., 1970, 161 p., 16 fig., 11 tables.

B 51 Geomorphology of the Florida Peninsula, by William A. White, 1970, 164 p., 44
fig., 7 pl.

B 32 Ancient Sea Level Stands in Florida, by E. C. Pirkle, W. H. Yoho, and C. W.
Hendry, Jr., 1970, 61 p., 2 fig., 10 tables.

B 53 Corals from the Chipola and Jackson Bluff Formations of Florida, by Norman E.
Weisbord, 1972, 100 p., 8 fig., 15 pl.

B 54 (1) Suwannee limestone in Hernando and Pasco counties, Florida, by J. William
Yon, Jr. and Charles W. Hendry, Jr., 1972, 42 p., 16 fig., 2 tables (2) Petrography
of the Suwannee Limestone, by Anthony F. Randazzo, 1972, 13 p., 7 fig., 1
table.

B 55 Igneous and Metamorphic Basement rocks of Florida, by Charles Milton, 1972,
125 p., 85 fig., 6 tables.








B 56 New and Little-known corals from the Tampa Formation of Florida, by Norman
E. Weisbord, 1973, 156 p., 35 pl.


INFORMATION CIRCULARS
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

*IC 1 Exploration for oil and gas in Florida, by Herman Gunter, 1948, 68 p., 2 fig., 2
tables. Revised 1949, 106 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.
*1949 Supplement, 1950, 38 p., 2 fig., 2 tables
*1950 Supplement, 1951, 25 p., 2 fig., 1 table
1951 Supplement, 1952, 11 p., 1 fig., 1 table
1952 Supplement, 1953, 17 p., 1 fig., 1 table
1953 Supplement, 1954, 40 p., 2 fig., 1 table
1954 Supplement, 1955, 35 p., 2 fig., 2 tables
1955 Supplement, 1956, 31 p., 2 fig., 2 tables
*1956 Supplement, 1957, 16 p., 2 fig., 1 table
*1957 Supplement, 1958, 16 p., 2 fig., 2 tables
*1958 Supplement, 1959, 13 p., 2 fig., 1 table
1959 Supplement, 1960, 15 p., 2 fig., 1 table
1960 Supplement, 1961, 15 p., 2 fig., 4 tables
*IC 2 Florida kaolins and clays, by James L. Calver, 1949, 59 p., 2 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 3 Ground water in Florida, by H. H. Cooper, Jr. and V. T. Stringfield, 1950, 6 p., 5
fig.

*IC 4 The artesian water of the Ruskin area of Hillsborough County, Florida-interim
report, by Harry M. Peek, 1953, 22 p., 7 fig.

*IC 5 Interim report on the ground-water resources of Seminole County, Florida, by
Ralph C. Heath and Jack T. Barraclough, 1954, 43 p., 11 fig.

*IC 6 Interim report on the ground-water resources of Manatee County, Florida, by
Harry M. Peek and Robert B. Anders, 1955, 38 p., 10 fig.

*IC 7 Interim report on surface-water resources and quality of waters in Lee County,
Florida, by William E. Kenner and Eugene Brown, 1956, 69 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 8 Interim report on ground-water resources of the northeastern part of Volusia
County, Florida, by Granville G. Wyrick and Willard P. Leutze, 1956, 68 p., 14
fig., 4 tables.

*IC 9 Interim report on salt-water encroachment in Dade County, Florida, by Howard
Klein, 1957, 5 p., 12 fig.

*IC 10 Interim report on the progress of an inventory of artesian wells in Florida, by
Charles W. Hendry, Jr. and James A. Lavendar, 1957, 178 p., 27 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 11 Interim report on the water resources of Brevard County, Florida, by Delbert W.
Brown, W. E. Kenner, and Eugene Brown, 1957, 109 p., 30 fig., 15 tables.







*IC 12 Ground-water resources of the Stuart area, Martin County, Florida, by W. F.
Lichtler, 1957, 47 p., 9 fig., 4 tables.

*IC 13 Interim report on the ground-water resources of Flagler County, Florida, by Boris
J. Bermes, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table.

*IC 14 Interim report of the ground-water resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by
George R. Tarver, 1958, 35 p., 13 fig., 1 table.

*IC 15 Interim report on the ground-water resources of Putnam County, Florida, by
Gilbert W. Leve, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table.

*IC 16 Interim report on the changes in the chloride content of ground-water in Pinellas
County, Florida, between 1947 and 1956, by D. W. Brown, 1958, 11 p., 4 fig., 1
table.

*IC 17 Interim report on the flood of June 9, 1957, at Perry, Florida, by Rufus H.
Musgrove, 1958, 12 p., 8 fig.

*IC 18 Interim report on geology and ground-water resources of Indian River County,
Florida, by Boris J. Bermes, 1958, 74 p., 12 fig., 4 tables.

*IC 19 Interim report on records of wells in Manatee County, Florida, by Harry M.Peek,
1958, 199 p., 3 fig., 1 table.

*IC 20 Interim report on surface-water resources, Baker County, Florida, by R. W. Pride,
1958, 32 p., 7 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 21 Final report on an inventory of flowing artesian wells in Florida, by Charles W.
Hendry, Jr. and James A. Lavendar, 1959, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 22 Record of wells in Ruskin area, Hillsborough County, Florida, by Harry M. Peek,
1959, 85 p., 2 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 23 The geology and ground-water resources of northwestern Polk County, Florida,
by Herbert G. Stewart, Jr., 1959, 83 p., 19 fig., 9 tables.

*IC 24 Record of wells in Volusia County, Florida, by Granville G. Wyrick, 1961, 96 p.,
2 fig., 1 pl., 1 table.

*IC 25 Surface-water resources of Polk County, Florida, by Richard C. Heath, 1961, 123
p., 50 fig., 9 tables.

IC 26 Interim report on the hydrologic features of the Green Swamp area in central
Florida, by R. W. Pride, F. W. Meyer and R. N. Cherry, 1961, 96 p., 22 fig., 3
tables.

*IC 27 Preliminary investigation of the ground-water resources of northeast Florida, by
Gilbert W. Leve, 1961, 28 p., 11 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 28 Reconnaissance of the ground-water resources of the Fernandina area, Nassau


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County, Florida, by Gilbert W. Leve, 1961, 24 p., 7 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 29 Ground-water resources of northwest Collier County, Florida, by C. B. Sherwood
and Howard Klein, 1961, 44 p., 17 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 30 Interim report on the water resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties,
Florida, by R. H. Musgrove, J. T. Barraclough and 0. T. Marsh, 1961, 89 p., 30
fig., 1 table.

*IC 31 Stage characteristics of Florida lakes, by W. E. Kenner, 1961, 82 p., 62 fig.

*IC 32 Water-resource records of Brevard County, Florida, by D. W. Brown, W. E.
Kenner, J. W. Crooks, and J. B. Foster, 1962, 180 p., 7 fig., 16 tables.

*IC 33 Water levels in artesian and nonartesian aquifers of Florida in 1960, by Henry G.
Healy, 1962, 19 p., 3 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 34 Ground-water records of Seminole County, Florida, by Jack T. Barraclough,
1962, 148 p., 3 fig., 3 tables.

*IC 35 Well design as a factor contributing to loss of water from the Floridan
aquifer-eastern Clay County, Florida, by James B. Foster, 1962, 10 p., 4 fig.

*IC 36 Interim report on the water resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Union
counties, Florida, by William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke
and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr., 1962, 92 p., 46 fig., 6 tables.

IC 37 Ground-water records of Flagler, Putnam, and St. Johns counties, Florida, by
B. J. Bermes, G. W. Leve, and G. R. Tarver, 1963, 89 p., 5 fig., 3 tables.

IC 38 Records of wells and water resources data in Polk County, Florida, by Herbert G.
Stewart, Jr., 1963, 144 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.

IC 39 Surface-water resources of St. Johns, Flagler, and Putnam counties, by W. E.
Kenner and J. W. Crooks, 1963, 44 p., 10 fig., 16 tables.

*IC 40 Maps showing depths of selected lakes in Florida, by W. E. Kenner, 1964, 82 p.,
76 fig., 2 tables.

*IC 41 Interim report on the water resources of Orange County, Florida, by William F.
Lichtler, Warren Anderson and Boyd F. Joyner, 1964, 50 p., 13 fig., 6 tables.

*IC 42 Summary of Florida petroleum production and exploration in 1962, by Clarence
Babcock, 1964, 29 p., 4 fig., 5 tables.

IC 43 Water-resources data for Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida, by
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle,
Jr., 1964, 154 p., 4 fig., 8 tables.

IC 44 Water-resources records of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C. G. Menke, E. W.
Meridith, and W. S. Wetterhall, 1964, 95 p., 4 fig., 13 tables.







IC 45 Summary of Florida Petroleum production and exploration in 1963, by Clarence
Babcock, 1965, 63 p., 4 fig., 12 tables, 3 pl.

IC 46 Ceramic clay investigations in Alachua, Clay, and Putnam counties, Florida, by
Robert C. Hickman and Howard P. Hamlin, 1965, 46 p., 4 fig.

*IC 47 Control of Lake levels in Orange County, Florida, by Warren Anderson, W. F.
Lichtler, and B. F. Joyner, 1965, 15 p., 7 fig.

*IC 48 Water levels in Artesian and Non-artesian aquifers in Florida, 1961-62, by Henry
G. Healy, 1966, 72 p., 45 fig., 1 table.

*IC 49 Florida Petroleum exploration, production and prospects, 1964, by Clarence
Babcock, 1966, 117 p., 12 fig., 11 tables.

*IC 50 Water resource records of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida, by Rufus
H. Musgrove, Jack T. Barraclough and Rodney G. Grantham, 1966, 106 p., 4 fig.,
8 tables.

*IC 51 Groundwater in the Immokalee area, Collier County, Florida, by Henry J. McCoy,
1967, 13 p., 11 fig., 1 table.

*IC 52 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers in Florida, 1963-64, by
Henry G. Healy, 1968,68 p., 46 fig., 1 table.

*IC 53 Groundwater resource Data of Charlotte, DeSoto and Hardee counties, Florida,
by M. I. Kaufman, and N. P. Dion, 1968, 24 p., 4 fig., 4 tables.

IC 54 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida-1965, by Clarence Babcock, 1968, 50 p., 2 fig.,
2 tables.

*IC 55 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1966, by Clarence Babcock, 1968, 35 p., 3 fig.,
2 tables.

IC 56 Test Well Exploration in the Myakka River Basin Area, Florida, by H. Sutcliffe,
Jr., and B. F. Joyner, 1968, 61 p., 15 fig., 3 tables.

IC 57 Water resource Records of the Econfina Creek Basin Area, Florida, by R. H.
Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler, 1968, 127 p., 9 fig., 14 tables.

*IC 58 Production and Utilization of Water in the Metropolitan Area of Jacksonville,
Florida, by G. W. Leve and D. A. Goolsby, 1969, 37 p., 9 fig., 14 tables.

IC 59 Seepage Tests in L-D1 Borrow Canal at Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by F. W.
Meyer and J. E. Hull, 1969, 31 p., 13 fig., 1 table.

*IC 60 Geology of the Upper Cretaceous Clastic Section Northern Peninsular Florida, by
Clarence Babcock, 1969, 44 p., 20 fig.

*IC 61 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1965-66, by Henry
G. Healy, 55 p., 47 fig., 1 table.







*IC 62 A Test of Flushing Procedures to Control Salt-Water Intrusion at the W. P.
Franklin Dam near Ft. Myers, Florida, 15 p., 8 fig., 3 tables, and The Magnitude
and Extent of Salt-water Contamination in the Caloosahatchee River Between La
Belle and Olga, Florida, by Durward H. Boggess, 1970, 39 p., 8 fig., 2 tables.

IC 63 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, by Clarence Babcock, 1967, 32 p., 7 fig., 3
tables.

*IC 64 Report on Geophysical and Television Explorations in City of Jacksonville Water
Wells, by G. W. Leve, 1970, 15 p., 9 fig.

IC 65 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, by Clarence Babcock, 1970, 40 p., 10 fig., 7
tables.

IC 66 Directory of Mineral Producers in Florida, by E. L. Maxwell, 1968, 40 p., 4 fig.

IC 67 Selected Water Resources of Okaloosa County, Florida, by James B. Foster and
Charles A. Pascale, 1971, 95 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.

*IC 68 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers of Florida, 1967-68, by
Henry G. Healy, 1970, 78 p., 51 fig., 1 table.

IC 69 Selected Flow Characteristics of Florida Streams and Canals, by Richard C. Heath
and E. Turner Wimberly, 1971, 595 p., 7 fig.

IC 70 The Beneficial Use of Zones of High Transmissivities in the Florida Subsurface for
Water Storage and Waste Disposal, by Robert 0. Vernon, 1970, 39 p., 15 fig., 1
table.

IC 71 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1969, by Clarence Babcock, 1971, 48 p., 7 fig.,
7 tables.

IC 72 Land Use Conflicts and Phosphate Mining in Florida, by John W. Sweeney, 1972,
42 p., 6 fig., 2 tables.

IC 73 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1969-70, by Henry
G. Healy, 1972, 73 p., 54 fig., 1 table.

IC 74 Construction of Waste-Injection Monitor Wells Near Pensacola, Florida, by James
B. Foster and Donald A. Goolsby, 1972, 34 p., 16 fig., 7 tables.

*IC 75 Saline-water Intrusion from Deep Artesian Sources in the McGregor Isles Area of
Lee County, Florida, by C. R. Sproul, D. H. Boggess, and H. J. Woodard, 1972,
30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

IC 76 Hydrologic Aspects of Freshening Upper Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by J. A. Mann,
1972, 39 p., 15 fig., 2 tables.


IC 77 Ground Water in the Hallandale Area, Florida, by H. W. Bearden, 1972, 32 p., 13
fig., 5 tables.







IC 78 Records of Hydrologic Data, Walton County, Florida, by Charles A. Pascale, Carl
F. Essig, Jr. and Renee R. Herring, 1972, 103 p., 5 fig., 9 tables.

IC 79 Flood of September 20-23, 1969 in the Gadsden County Area, Florida, by W. C.
Bridges and D. R. Davis, 1972, 37 p., 23 fig., 3 tables.

IC 80 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1970, by Clarence Babcock, 1972, 82 p., 6 fig.,
13 tables.

IC 81 Public Water Supplies of Selected Municipalities in Florida, 1970, by Henry G.
Healy, 1972, 213 p., 28 fig., 4 tables.

IC 82 Flow and Chemical Characteristics of the St. Johns River at Jacksonville, Florida,
by Warren Anderson and D. A. Goolsby, 1973, 33 fig.

IC 83 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1970, by R. W. Pride, 1973, 31 p., 6 fig., 10
tables.

IC 84 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1971, by William F. Stowasser, 1973, 12 p., 1
fig., I 11 tables.


LEAFLETS
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

L 1 Your Water Resources, 1953 revision, 35 p., 22 fig.

L 2 Water for Thirsty Industry-It's Your Problem, 9 p., 7 fig.

L 3 The Pensacola Area's Water, 1965, 13 p., 16 fig.

L 4 Chronological Bibliography of Principal published ground water reports in
Florida, prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey or the Florida Geological Survey,
1908-1963, 1965, 18 p., 5 fig.

*L 5 Water Control Versus Sea-Water Intrusion in Broward County, Florida, 1965, 13
p., 9 fig.

*L 6 Jacksonville's Water, 1965, 12 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.

L 7 Salt Intrusion can be controlled, 1966, 6 p., 3 fig.

L 8 Water in Orange County, Florida, 1968, 17 p., 12 fig.

*L 9 Large Springs of Florida's Sun Coast.

TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS
Information concerning the index to quadrangle maps, the Status of Mapping, Map
Reference Libraries, and Commercial Dealers may be obtained by ordering the "Index to
Topographic Maps of Florida" from the Bureau of Geology. This information or the
quadrangle maps themselves may be obtained directly from the U. S. Geological Survey.







Topographic maps are published by the U. S. Geological Survey-Topographic Division.

Distribution Section
U.S. Geological Survey
1200 South Eads Street
Arlington, Virginia 22202
MAP SERIES
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

MS 1 Piezometric Map. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Geological Survey. Map represents the piezometric surface of the Floridan
aquifer in Florida. Size: 15 x 15 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

*MS 2 Land-Pebble Phosphate District, Compiled by J. B. Cathcart and E. L. M. Ward,
U.S. Geological Survey. Maps showing mined-out areas and property ownership as
of March, 1953, in the land-pebble phosphate district, Polk and Hillsborough
counties, Florida. In two sheets, one 36 x 44 inches; the other 30 x 44 inches.
Scale approximately 1 mile to 1 inch.

*MS 3 Geologic Map. Prepared by the Florida Geological Survey in cooperation with the
U.S. Geological Survey. Map represents the surface occurrence of geologic
formations in Florida. After Cooke, 1945, with revisions by Vernon ahd Puri,
1959. Size: 10 x 14 inches. Scale approximately 48 miles to 1 inch.

MS 4 Piesometric map with the area of artesian flow of the Floridan aquifer. Prepared
by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 15 x 15 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 5 Hydrologic map showing features of the Floridan aquifer in Seminole County,
Florida. January, 1963. Map prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey, in
cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, in five colors. Size: 19 x 25
inches. Scale approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 6 Regional and Dry Hole Maps of Florida Ready for Distribution. Oil test location
maps showing test wells with permit numbers and detailed maps showing oil fields
of Florida have been updated and are ready for distribution. The "dry hole"
regional maps are 1:250,000 scale. The insert maps 1 and 2 of South Florida and
Northwest Florida fields, respectively, are at scales of 1 inch=4000 ft and 1
inch=24,000 ft. By arrangement with AAA Blueprinting & Supply, 519 North
Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, maps will be reproduced and mailed
according to the following price schedule: set of seven maps, blue line, $10.10; set
of seven maps, black line, $11.22; sepia prints, $5 per map. Add $2 for mailing
and handling. For orders in Florida, add four per cent tax. Orders may be directed
to AAA or Mrs. Ellen Palmer, Bureau of Geology, 903 West Tennessee Street,
Tallahassee, Florida 32304. Payment should be made directly to AAA Blueprint
Co.

MS 7 Generalized water-table countours in southern Florida. May, 1964. Map prepared
by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 10 x 15 inches. Scale approximately 25 miles to 1 inch.

*MS 8 Mineral resources and industries of Florida. Prepared for the Florida Geological
Survey by James L. Calver, 1956. Size: 9 x 12% inches. Scale approximately 50
miles to 1 inch.







MS 9 Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in Hillsborough County, Florida,
1963. Compiled by Donald E. Shattles, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the
U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size:
19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 10 Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in the Econfina Creek Basin area,
Florida, 1962. Compiled by L. G. Toler and W. J. Shampine, U.S. Geological
Survey. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 3 miles to 1 inch.
MS 11 Fluoride content of water from the Floridan aquifer of Northwest Florida, 1962,
by L. G. Toler, prepared by U.S.G.S. in cooperation with Fla. Geol. Surv. Scale
approx. 10 miles to 1 inch. Size 19 x 25 inches.
*MS 12 Chloride concentration in water from the upper part of the Floridian aquifer in
Florida. Compiled by William J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 13 Hardness of water from the upper part of the Floridan aquifer in Florida.
Compiled by William J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size:
19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 14 Dissolved solids in water from the upper part of the Floridan aquifer in Florida.
Compiled by William J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size:
19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 15 Sulfate concentration in water from the upper part of the Floridan aquifer in
Florida. Compiled by William J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 16 Principal aquifers in Florida. Compiled by Luther W. Hyde, U.S. Geological
Survey. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Geological Survey. Size 19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 17 Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in Brevard County, Florida, 1963.
Compiled by William J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size:
19 x 25 inches.

MS 18 Geologic map of Florida. Compiled by R. 0. Vernon and H. S. Puri, 1964. Size:
19 x 25 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 19 Folio of South Florida basin, a preliminary study; 1966. Compiled by Woodson
R. Ogelsby, Florida Geological Survey. Size: 9 x 14 inches. Scale approximately
40 miles to 1 inch.

MS 20 Chloride content of ground water in Pinellas County, Florida, in 1950 and 1963;
1966; Compiled by R. N. Cherry. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in







cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey and the Florida Water
Management District. Size: 20 x 27 inches. Scale approximately 41 miles to 1
inch.

MS 21 Availability of Ground Water in Orange County, Florida; 1966. Compiled by
W. F. Lichtler and B. F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Board of County Commissioners of Orange County and The
Florida Geological Survey. Size: 27% x 36% inches. Scale approximately 2 miles
to 1 inch.

MS 22 Runoff in Florida; 1966. Compiled by W. E. Kenner. Size: 16 x 20 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 23 Flouride content of water from the Florida aquifer in Northwestern Florida;
1966. Compiled by L. G. Toler. Size: 16% x 24 inches. Scale approximately 15
miles to 1 inch.

MS 24 Availability and quality of surface water in Orange County, Florida; 1966.
Compiled by Warren Anderson and Boyd F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Board of County Commissioners of
Orange County, Florida. Size: 22% x 34 inches. Scale approximately 3 miles to
1 inch.

MS 25 Temperature and chemical characteristics of the St. John's River near Cocoa,
Florida; 1967. Compiled by Kenneth A. MacKichan, U.S. Geological Survey. Size:
25 x 18% inches.

MS 26 Ground water features in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida; 1967.
Compiled by Jack T. Barraclough. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation,
Escambia County, Santa Rosa County; and the City of Pensacola. Size: 24 x 38
inches. Scale approximately 10 miles to 1 inch.

MS 27 Chemical character of water in the Floridan aquifer in southern Peace River Basin,
Florida; 1967. Compiled by M. I. Kaufman and N,P. Dion. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of
Conservation and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size:
26 x 31 inches. Scale approximately 10 miles to 1 inch.

MS 28 Drainage Basins in Florida; 1967. Compiled by W. E. Kenner, R. W. Pride, and
C. S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 29 Water in Broward County, Florida; 1968. Compiled by H. J. McCoy, C. B.
Sherwood. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division
of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and Broward County. Size: 25 x 38
inches. Scale approximately 3 miles to 1 inch.

MS 30 Surface Drainage Characteristics in Volusia County, Florida; 1968. Compiled by
Darwin D. Knochenmus, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by U.S. Geological







Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of
Conservation and the Board of County Commissioners of Volusia County. Size:
25% x 32 inches. Scale approximately 6 miles to 1 inch.

MS 31 Seasonal Variation of Streamflow in Florida; 1969. Compiled by W. E. Kenner.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 32 The Difference Between Rainfall and Potential Evaporation in Florida; 1969.
Compiled by F. N. Visher and G. H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of
Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 33 Generalized Distribution and Concentration of Orthophosphate in Florida
Streams; 1969. Compiled by Matthew I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 34 Average Flow of Major Streams in Florida; 1969. Compiled by W. E. Kenner,
E. R. Hampton and C. S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 35 Color of Water in Florida Streams and Canals; 1969. Compiled by Matthew I.
Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau
of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 36 Estimated Water Use in Florida; 1965. Compiled by R. W. Pride. Prepared by the
US. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 37 The pH of Water in Florida Streams and Canals; 1970. Compiled by Matthew I.
Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau
of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 38 Hydrologic Setting of Deer Point Lake near Panama City, Florida; 1970.
Compiled by G. H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 34 x 23 inches. Scale approximately 3/8 mile to 1 inch.

MS 39 Hydrologic Factors affecting the Utilization of Land for Sanitary Landfills in
Northern Hfllsborough County, Florida; 1970. Compiled by Joseph W. Stewart
and Robert V. Hanan. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources and the
Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa. Size: 34 x 24 inches. Scale
approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.







MS 40 Annual and Seasonal Rainfall in Florida; 1971. Compiled by G. H. Hughes, E. R.
Hampton, and D. F. Tucker. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 50 miles to /z inch.

MS 41 Bouger Anomaly Map of South Florida; 1971. Compiled by Woodson R. Oglesby
and Mahlon M. Ball. Prepared by the Florida Department of Natural Resources,
Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology in cooperation with the
Rosentiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami,
Miami, Florida..Size: 23 x 26 inches. Scale approximately 8 miles to 1 inch.

MS 42 Depth of Base of Potable Water in the Floridan Aquifer; 1971. Compiled by
Howard Klein. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 19 x 22
inches. Scale approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 43 Temperature of Florida Streams; 1971. Compiled by Warren Anderson. Prepared
by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 44 Ground Water in Lake County, Florida; 1971. Compiled by Barwin D.
Knochenmus. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, Board of County
Commissioners of Lake County and the Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water
Conservation and Control Authority. Size: 35% x 22% inches.

*MS 45 Streamflow Variation and Distribution in the Big Cypress Watershed During Wet
and Dry Periods; 1972. Compiled by Herbert J. Freiberger. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 28 x 23 inches. Scale approximately 7
miles to 1 inch.

MS 46 Guide to Users of Ground Water in Bay County, Florida; 1972. Compiled by the
U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology; Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 34z x 23 inches. Scale approximately 7
miles to 1 inch.

MS 47 Sea-Water Intrusion in the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Coastal Pasco
County, Florida, 1969, 1972. Compiled by R. C. Reichenbaugh. Prepared by the
U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Bureau of Geology,
Southwest Florida Water Management District, and Pasco County Commissioners.
Size: 36 x 22 inches. Scale approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 48 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Thonotosassa near Tampa, Florida; 1972.
Compiled by R. C. Reichenbaugh and J. D. Hunn. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Bureau of Geology and
Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x 22 inches. Scale
approximately 625 feet to 1 inch.

MS 49 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Magdalene near Tampa, Florida; 1972.







Compiled by J. D. Hunn and R. C. Reichenbaugh. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Natural
Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology and Southwest
Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x 22 inches. Scale approximately
500 feet to 1 inch.

MS 50 Land Use in the Big Cypress Area, Southern Florida; 1972. Compiled by J. T.
Armbruster. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau
of Geology. Size: 28 x 22% inches. Scale approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 51 The Chemical Type of Water in Florida Streams; 1972. Compiled by Matthew I.
Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 20 x 16 inches. Scale
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 52 Bouguer Anomaly Map of Northwest Florida and Adjacent Shelf. Compiled by
Susan Chakiand and Woodson R. Oglesby. Size: 23 x 32 inches.

MS 53 The Shallow Aquifer of Southwest Florida; 1972. Compiled by Howard Klein.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources and Collier County. Size:
23 x 28 inches. Scale approximately 7 miles to 1 inch.

MS 54 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Minnehaha at Clermont, Florida; 1972.
Compiled by Peter W. Bush. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Florida
Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of
Geology. Size: 23 x 36 inches. Scale approximately 1200 feet to 1 inch.

MS 55 Quantity and Quality of Surface Water in Marion County, Florida; 1973.
Compiled by Warren Anderson and Glen L. Faulkner. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey- in cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management
District and the Board of County Commissioners of Marion County, Florida. Size:
24" x 36". Scale approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 56 Top of the Floridan Artesian Aquifer; 1973. Compiled by Robert 0. Vernon.
Prepared by the Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources, Florida
Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with U.S. Geological Survey.
Size: 21-i x 18 inches. Scale approximately 50 miles to 1 inches.

MS 57 Bouguer Anomaly Map of the Florida Peninsula and Adjoining Continental
Shelves; 1973. Compiled by W. R. Oglesby, M. M. Ball and Susan J. Chaki.
Prepared by the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology.
Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale approximately 16 miles to 1 inch.


REPORTS OF INVESTIGATIONS
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

*RI 1 Ground water in Seminole County, Florida, by V. T. Stringfield, 1934, 14 p.







*RI 2 Ground water in Lake Okeechobee area, Florida, by V. T. Stringfield, 1933, 31 p.

*RI 3 The dolomitic limestones of Florida, by R. H. Hopkins, 1942, 105 p.

*RI 4 Interim report on the investigations of water resources in southeastern Florida
with special reference to the Miami area in Dade County, by Garald G. Parker,
George E. Ferguson, and S. Kenneth Love, 1944, 39 p., 9 pl.

*RI 5 Ground water conditions in Orlando and vicinity, by A. G. Unklesbay, 1944, 61
p., 11 fig., 2 tables.

RI 6 Geology and ground water of the Fort Lauderdale area, Florida, by Robert C.
Vorkis, 1948, 32 p., 12 pl.

*RI 7 Water resources studies, 1951, 84 p., 20 fig., 3 tables. (1) Potential yield of
ground water of the Fair Point peninsula, Santa Rosa County, by Ralph C. Heath
and William E. Clark, 1951, 66 p., 10 fig., 3 tables; (2) Geology and hydrologic
features of an artesian submarine spring east of Florida, by V. T. Stringfield and
H. H. Cooper, Jr., 1951, 16 p., 6 fig.; (3) Cessation of flow of Kissengen Spring in
Polk County, by Harry M. Peek, 1951, 12 p., 5 fig.

RI 8 Eleven archaeological sites in Hillsborough County, Florida, by Ripley B. Bullen,
1952, 84 p., frontispiece, 24 fig., 6 tables.

*RI 9 Miscellaneous studies, 1953. (1) Dissolved phosphorus in Florida waters, by
Howard T. Odum, 40 p., 9 fig., 7 tables; (2) Petrology of Eocene limestones in
and around the Citrus-Levy County area, Florida, by Alfred George Fischer, 70
p., 15 fig., 6 tables.

RI 10 Ground water of central and northern Florida, by H. H. Cooper, W. E. Kenner
and Eugene Brown, 1953, 37 p., 23 fig.

RI 11 Ground water resources of the Naples area, Collier County, Florida, by Howard
Klein, 1954, 64 p., 15 fig., 7 tables.

RI 12 Ground water resources of Pinellas County, Florida, by Ralph C. Heath and Peter
C. Smith, 1954, 139 p., 21 fig., 5 tables.

RI 13 Water resources of Palm Beach County, Florida, by M.,C. Schroeder, D. L.
Milliken and S. K. Love, 1954, 63 p., 21 fig., 10 tables.

RI 14 Avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation, by Pierce Brodkorb, 1955, 59 p., 2 pl., 8
tables.

RI 15 Geology and ground-water resources of Highlands County, Florida, by Ernest W.
Bishop, 1956, 115 p., 12 fig., 11 tables.

RI 16 Miscellaneous studies, 1958. (1) Geology of the area in and around the Jim
Woodruff Reservoir, by Charles W. Hendry, Jr. and J. William Yon, Jr., 52 p., 8
fig.; (2) Phosphate concentrations near bird rookeries in south Florida, by Ernest
H. Lord, 16 p., 1 fig., 5 tables; (3) An analysis of Ochlockonee River channel






sediments, by Ernest H. Lord and Patrick C. Haley, 9 p., 3 tables.


*RI 17 Biscayne aquifer of Dade and Broward counties Florida, by Melvin C. Schroeder,
Howard Klein, and Nevin D. Hoy, 1958, 56 p., 24 fig.

RI 18 Ground-water resources of Manatee County, Florida, by Harry M. Peek, 1958, 99
p., I pl., 46 fig., 7 tables.

RI 19 Hydrologic features of the Lake Istokpoga and Lake Placid areas, Highlands
County, Florida, (1) Lake Istokpoga Area, Highlands County, Florida, by F. A.
Kohout, 25 p.; (2) Lake Placed Area, Highlands County, Florida, by F. A. Kohout
and F. W. Meyer, 1959, 40 p.

RI 20 Ground-water resources of the Oakland Park area of eastern Broward County,
Florida, by C. B. Sherwood, 1959, 40 p., 23 fig., 2 tables.

RI 21 The artesian water of the Ruskin area of Hillsborough County, Florida, by Harry
M. Peek, 1959, 96 p., 47 fig., 7 tables.

RI 22 The ground-water resources of Volusia County, Florida, by Granville G. Wyrick,
1960, 65 p., 30 fig., 3 tables.

RI 23 Geology and Ground-water resources of Martin County, Florida, by William F.
Lichtler, 1960, 149 p., 26 fig., 8 tables.

RI 24 (1) Hydraulic conditions in the vicinity of Levee 30, northern Dade County,
Florida, by Howard Klein and C. B. Sherwood, 1961, 24 p., 11 fig.;
(2) Hydrologic studies in the Snapper Creek Canal area, Dade County, Florida, by
C. B. Sherwood and S. D. Leach, 1962, 32 p., 18 fig.; (3) Hydrologic studies in
the Snake Creek Canal area, Dade County, Florida, by C. B. Sherwood and S. D.
Leach, 1963, 33 p., 19 fig.; (4) Salt-water movement caused by Control-dam
operations in the Snake Creek Canal, Miami, Florida 1964, 49 p., 22 fig.

RI 25 Water resources of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C. G. Menke, E. W.
Meredith, andW. S. Wetterhall, 1961, 101 p., 52 fig., 6 tables.

RI 26 The drought of 1954-56-its effect on Florida's surface-water resources, by R. W.
Pride and J. W. Crooks, 1962, 65 p., 9 fig., 5 tables.

RI 27 Ground-water resources of Seminole County, Florida, by Jack T. Barraclough,
1962, 91 p., 45 fig., 7 tables.

RI 28 Water resources of Brevard County, Florida, by D. W. Brown, W. E. Kenner, J. W.
Crooks and J. B. Foster, 1962, 104 p., 45 fig., 10 tables.


RI 29 Aquifers and quality of ground water along the gulf coast of western Florida, by
Jack T. Barraclough and Owen T. Marsh, 1962, 28 p., 12 fig.


RI 30 Reconnaissance of the geology and ground-water resources of Columbia County,
Florida, by Frederick W. Meyer, 1962, 73 p., 19 fig., 8 tables.







RI 31 Ground-water resources of Collier County, Florida, by H. J. McCoy, 1962, 82 p.,
29 fig., 5 tables.

RI 32 Geology and ground-water resources of Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns counties,
Florida, by B. J. Bermes, G. W. Leve, and G. R. Tarver, 1963, 97 p., 38 fig., 7
tables.

RI 33 Hydrology of Brooklyn Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida, by William E. Clark,
Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr., 1963, 43 p., 26
fig., 2 tables.

RI 34 Hydrologic reconnaissance of Pasco and southern Hernando counties, Florida, by
W. S. Wetterhall.

RI 35 Water resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida, by
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.

RI 36 Hydrology of the Biscayne aquifer in the Pompano Beach area, Broward County,
Florida, by George R. Tarver.

RI 37 Geology and ground-water resources of Glades and Hendry counties, Florida, by
Howard Klein, M C. Schroeder, and W. F. Lichtler, 1964, 101 p., 33 fig., 8 tables.

RI 38 Possibility of Salt-water leakage from proposed Intracoastal waterway near
Venice, Florida well field, by William E. Clark.

RI 39 Reconnaissance of springs and sinks in west-central Florida, by W. S. Wetterhall,
1965, 5 fig.

RI 40 Water resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, Florida, by Rufus H.
Musgrove, Jack T. Barraclough, and Rodney G. Grantham, 1965,46 fig., 1 table.

RI 41 Water resources of the Econfina Creek Basin, by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster and
L. G. Toler, 1965, 51 p., 2 tables, 28 fig.

*RI 42 Hydrology of the Green Swamp Area in Central Florida, by R. W. Pride, F. W.
Meyer and R. N. Cherry, 1966, 137 p., 58 fig., 18 tables.

RI 43 Ground Water in Duval and Nassau counties, Florida, by Gilbert W. Leve, 1966,
91 p., 22 fig., 8 tables.

RI 44 Ground-water study of Polk County, by Herbert G. Stewart, Jr., 1966, 170 p., 36
fig., 14 tables.

*RI 45 Salt-water study of the Miami River and its tributaries, Dade County, Florida, by
S. D. Leach and R. G. Grantham, 1966, 36 p., 21 fig.

RI 46 Fluoride in Water in the Alafia and Peace River Basins, Florida, by L. G. Toler,
1967, 46 p., 20 fig., 2 tables.

RI 47 Hydrologic Effects of Area B Flood Control Plan on Urbanization of Dade


25







County, Florida, by F. A. Kohout and J. H. Hartwell, 1967, 61 p., 24 fig., 7
tables.

RI 48 Analysis of the Water Level Fluctuations of Lake Jackson near Tallahassee,
Florida, by Gilbert H. Hughes, 1967, 25 p., 16 fig., frontispiece, 2 tables.

RI 49 Hydrologic Effects of Ground-Water Pumpage in the Peace and Alafia River
Basins, Florida, by Matthew I. Koufman, 1934-1965, 32 p., 10 fig., 1 table.

RI 50 Water Resources of Orange County, Florida, by W. F. Lichtler, Warren Anderson
and B. F. Joyner, 1968, frontispiece, 150 p., 62 fig., 14 tables.

RI 51 Chemical Quality of Waters of Broward County, Florida, by Rodney G. Grantham
and C. B. Sherwood, 1968, 52 p., 16 fig., 3 tables.

*RI 52 Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Baker County, Florida, by
Gilbert W. Leve, 1968, 24 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

RI 53 Low Streamflow in the Myakka River Basin Area in Florida, by H. N. Flippo, Jr.
and B. F. Joyner, 1968, 34 p., 5 fig., 6 tables.

RI 54 Water Resources of Northeast Florida, by L. J. Snell and Warren Anderson, 1970,
77 p., 34 fig., 9 tables.

RI 55 Ground Water Resources of the Lower Hillsboro Canal Area, Southeastern
Florida, by H. J. McCoy and Jack Hardee, 1970, 44 p., 21 fig., 3 tables.

RI 56 General Hydrology of the Middle Gulf Area, Florida, by R. N. Cherry, J. W.
Stewart and J. A. Mann, 1970, 96 p., 45 fig., 4 tables.

RI 57 Evaluation of Quantity and Quality of the Water Resources of Volusia County,
Florida, by Darwin D. Knochenmus and Michael E. Beard, 1971, 59 p., 22 fig., 8
tables.

RI 58 Seepage Beneath Hoover Dike, Southern Shore of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by
Frederick W. Meyer, 1971, 98 p., 41 fig., 9 tables.

RI 59 The Shallow-Aquifer System in Duval County, Florida, by Roy W. Fairchild,
1972, 50 p., 15 fig., 10 tables.

RI 60 Hydrologic effects of Water Control and Management of Southeastern Florida, by
S. D. Leach, Howard Klein, and E. R. Hampton, 1972, 115 p., 47 fig., 12 tables.

RI 61 Appraisal of Water Resources in the East Central Florida Region, by William F.
Lichtler, 1972, 52 p., 11 fig., 7 tables.

RI 62 Water available in Canals and Shallow sediments in St. Lucie County, Florida, by
H. W. Bearden, 1972, 50 p., 23 fig., 4 tables.

RI 63 Hydrology of Western Collier County, Florida, by Jack McCoy, 1972, 32 p., 11
fig., 3 tables.







RI 64 Hydrologic conditions in the Lakeland Ridge area of Polk County, Florida, by
Alton F. Robertson, 1973, 54 p., 23 fig., 6 tables.

RI 65 Water Resources of Broward County, Florida, by C. B. Sherwood, H. J. McCoy,
C. F. Galliher, 1973, 141 p., 64 fig., 7 tables.

RI 66 Salinity studies in East Glades agricultural area, Southeastern Dade County,
Florida, by J. E. Hull and F. W. Meyer, 1973, 20 fig., 2 tables.

RI 67 Appraisal of the water resources of eastern Palm Beach County, Florida, by Larry
F. Land, Harry G. Rodis and James J. Schneider, 1973, 40 fig., 5 tables.

RI 68 Hydrogeologic Aspect of a Proposed Sanitary Landfill near Old Tampa Bay,
Florida, by R. N. Cherry, and D. P. Brown, 1973, 8 fig., 3 tables.


SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS
*Asterisk indicates publication is out of print.

SP 1 (1967 reprint) Florida place names and Indian derivations, by J. Clarence
Simpson, 1956, 158 p., 5 maps.

*SP 2 Contributions to Florida vertebrate paleontology, by A. G. Unklesby.
*Paper 1: New series of Osteoborus from the Bone Valley formation of Florida,
1956, 4 p.
*Paper 2: The skull of Leptarctus ancipdens from the Florida Miocene, by S. J.
Olsen, 1958, 11 p.
*Paper 3: Description of a Beryciform fish from the Oligocene, by David H.
Dunkle, 1959, 20 p.
*Paper 4: Fossil birds from Alachua clay of Florida, by Pierce Brodkorb, 17 p., 3
pl.

*SP 3 A list, bibliography, and index of the fossil vertebrates of Florida, by Clayton E.
Ray, 1957, 175 p.

*SP 4 Bibliography and index of articles relating to the ground-water resources of
Florida-1861-1955, by A. G. Unklesbay, Ralph C. Heath, and Harry M. Peek,
1959, 104 p.

*SP 5 Summary of the geology of Florida and a guidebook to the classic exposures, by
Harbans S. Puri and Robert 0. Vernon, 1959, 225 p., 11 fig., 11 pl., 4 tables.

*SP 5 (Revised)-Summary of the geology of Florida and a guidebook to the classic
exposures, by Harbans S. Puri and Robert 0. Vernon, 1964, 312 p., 37 fig., 11
pl., 4 tables.

SP 6 Fossil mammals of Florida, by S. J. Olsen, 1959, 74 p., 14 pl., 13 fig.


*SP 7 Investigation of Darby and Hornsby Springs, Alachua County, Florida, by Edward
M. Dolan and Glenn T. Allen, Jr., 1961, 124 p., 10 fig., 16 pl., 1 table.







SP 8 Guide to rocks and minerals of Florida, by Ernest W. Bishop and Lawrence L.
Dee, Jr., 1961, 40 p., 25 fig., 1 map.

SP 9 Florida petroleum exploration, production and prospects, by Clarence Babcock,
1962, 79 p., 7 fig., 9 tables.

*SP 10 Fossil vertebrates of Vero, Florida, by Robert D. Weigel, 1962, 58 p., 6 fig., 5
tables.

SP 11 Index to water resources data collection stations, prepared by U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, 1963, 168 p., 3 fig., 2
tables.

SP 12 Vertebrate fossil localities in Florida, by Stanley J. Olsen, 1965, 28 p., 11 fig.

SP 13 (1967 reprint) The water mapping, monitoring, and research program in Florida,
by C. S. Conover, K. A. MacKichan and R. W. Pride, 1965, 41 p., 14 fig., 2 tables.

*SP 14 (1967 reprint) Adventures in Geology at Jackson Bluff, by J. W. Yon, Jr., 1965,
14 p., 7 fig.

*SP 15 The Dollar Bay Formation of Lower Cretaceous Florida, by George 0. Winston,
1971, 99 p., 14 fig., 20 tables.

SP 16 Environmental Geology and Hydrology Tallahassee Area, Florida, Prepared by
Bureau of Geology, 1972, 61 p., $3.00.

SP 17 Proceedings of Seventh Forum on Geology of Industrial Minerals, H. S. Puri,
Editor, 1972, 228 p. $3.00.

SP 18 Availability of Potential Utilization of Byproduct Gypsum in Florida Phosphate
Operations, by John W. Sweeney and Bobby J. Timmons, 1973, 9 p., 4 fig., 2
tables.




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