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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS



Information Circular 87
2010 Edition


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COUNTIES OF FLORIDA









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FGS Gunter Building.
Fossil Horse.
FGS cores from drilling operations.
SCHRAMM Core Drilling Rig.
Wekiwa Spring.
Geologist teaches at the microscopes.
Recently opened Sinkhole.
FGS Research Library.


State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection
Land and Recreation
Florida Geological Survey


Information Circular 87




LIST OF PUBLICATIONS



2010 Edition


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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Michael Sole, Secretary


Bob Ballard, Deputy Secretary, Land and Recreation


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Jon Arthur, State Geologist and Director


Printed by Florida Department of Environmental Protection

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CONTENTS




Counties of Florida ............................................................................................................. Inside front cover



T h e F lo rid a G e o lo g ic a l S u rv e y ..................................................................................................... ........... ii



Florida Geological Survey Research Library ..... ... ................................ ........................ ............. ii



Florida Geological Survey on the W eb .......... .... ... ............... ..... ....... ........................... ii



U S G S T o p o g ra p h ic M a p s ...................................................................................................................... ii



Florida Geological Survey Location Map ...... .... ....................................... ....................... ............. 8



Publications Order Form ..................................................................... ........................................... v



A n n u a l R e p o rts ................................................................................................................... . . .......... ..... 1



B ie n n ia l R e p o rts .................................................................................................................. .. . .............. 2



Bulletins ....................................................................................... 4



In fo rm a tio n C irc u la rs ......................................................................... ......................................... . . 9



Leaflets ................................................ ....................................... 17



M a p S e rie s .......................................................................................................................... .. . . . ...... 1 9



O p e n F ile M a p S e rie s .............................................................................................................................. 3 2











O p e n F ile R e p o rts .............................................................................................................................. 4 1



Posters ................................................. ..................................... 47



R e p o rts o f In v e stig a tio n s .................................................................................................................... 4 8



S p e c ia l P u b lic a tio n s ........................................................................................................................... 5 6



Index ..................................................................................................................................... .............. 62



Florida Libraries Receiving Florida Geological Sur ......................................................................... 76



P u b lic a tio n s S e rie s ............................................................................................................................... 5 5



Ordering Florida Geological S Video Series ................................................................. 61



Out-of-State and International Libraries Receiving at Least Three Florida Geological Survey ..........78



F G S S ta ff D ire cto ry ......................................................................................................... 8 2










THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TheFlorida
Geological Survey (FGS) is a Bureau within the Division of Resource Assessment and Management in the
Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The mission of the FGS is to collect, interpret, disseminate,
store and maintain geologic data, thereby contributing to the responsible use and understanding of Florida's
natural resources, and to conserve the State of Florida's oil and gas resources and minimize environmental
impacts from exploration and production operations. Additional information about the programs of the FGS
may be obtained from the current Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey
(see page 4 of this list) or visit our web site http://www.dep.state.fl.us/geology/default.htm






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY RESEARCH

LI B RA RY The FGS library provides access to basic research materials including books, state and federal
documents, maps, photographs and periodicals. Materials are collected on various aspects of geology, including mining and mineral
resources, environmental geology, hydrogeology, coastal geology and other related topics. The library is open to the public and is
frequently used by students, private consulting firms, various governmental agencies and the general public. The library also
provides detailed information on the Survey's more than700 published documents and reports, and oversees the distribution of
those documents currently in print.


PUBLICATIONS OF THE FLORIDA

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY ON THE WEB visitourwe at:
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/geology/publications/listofpubs.htm Publication numbers that are underlined and
have a computer icon in the List of Publications, indicate that the publication is available free, online by
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prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey and information on pricing and ordering is available from
the USGS at:

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ANNUAL REPORTS

Annual Reports (AR) record the results of geologic investigations and include administrative
information of the Florida Geological Survey, including budget, staff lists, and facilities. Annual
Reports ceased to be published in 1933.

AR1 2
First Annual Report, 1907-08, by E.H. Sellards, 1908, 114 p., 6 pl. This report contains (1) a sketch of the
geology of Florida,
(2) mineral industries, including phosphate, kaolin ball clay, brick-making clays, fullers earth, peat, lime,
cement, and road-making materials, (3) a bibliography of Florida geology.

AR2 2 OUT OF PRINT
Second Annual Report, 1908-09; 1909, 299 p., 19 pl., 5 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, (2) mineral industries, (3) the fullers earth deposits of Gadsden County, with
notes on similar deposits found elsewhere in the state.

AR 3 2 OUT OF PRINT
Third Annual Report, 1909-1910; 1910, 397 p., 30 fig. This report contains (1) 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 OUT OF PRINT
Fourth Annual Report, 1910-11; 1912, 175 p., 16 pl., 15 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) The Soils and
Other Surface Residual Materials of Florida, (2) The Water Supply of West-Central and West Florida, (3)
Production of Phosphate Rock and Fullers Earth in Florida During 1910 and 1911.

AR 5 OUT OF PRINT
Fifth Annual Report, 1913, 306 p., 14 pl., 17 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) Origin of the Hard Rock
Phosphates 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 R OUT OF PRINT
Sixth Annual Report, 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) The Relation Between the Dunnellon Formation and the
Alachua Clays, (4) Geography and Vegetation of Northern Florida.

AR 7 OUT OF PRINT
Seventh Annual Report, 1915, 342 p., 80 fig., 4 maps. This report contains (1) Statistics on Mineral
Industries of Florida for the Calendar Year, 1914, (2) The Pebble Phosphates of Florida, (3) The Natural
Resources of an Area in Central Florida, Including a Part of Marion, Levy, Citrus and Sumter Counties, (4)
Soil Survey of Bradford County, (5) Soil Survey of Pinellas County.

AR8 2 OUT OF PRINT
Eighth Annual Report, 1916, 168 p., 31 pl., 14 fig. This report contains (1) Mineral Industries of Florida
During 1915, (2) Description of Some Florida Fossil Vertebrates, Belonging Mostly to the Pleistocene, (3)
Fossil Vertebrates from Florida; A New Miocene Fauna; New Pliocene Species; The Pleistocene Fauna, (4)
Human Remains and Associated Fossils from the Pleistocene of Florida.

AR 9 J OUT OF PRINT
Ninth Annual Report, 1917, 151 p., 8 pl., 13 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) Mineral Industries of
Florida During 1916,
(2) Additional Studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida, (3) Geology Between the Ocklocknee (sic) and
Aucilla Rivers in Florida.

AR 10/11 2 OUT OF PRINT
Tenth and Eleventh Annual Reports, 1918, 130 p., 4 pl., 9 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) Geology
Between the Apalachicola and Ocklocknee Rivers, (2) The Skull of a Pleistocene Tapir Including Description










of a New Species and a Note on the Associated Fauna and Flora, (3) Geology Between the
Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola Rivers, (4) Statistics on Mineral Production in Florida During 1917, (5)
Molluscan Fauna from the Calcareous Marls in the Vicinity of DeLand, Volusia County, Florida.

AR 12 OUT OF PRINT
Twelfth Annual Report, 1919, 153 p., 4 maps. This report contains (1) Literature Relating to Human
Remains and Artifacts at Vero, Florida, (2) Fossil Beetles from Vero, Florida,
(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.

AR13 9 OUT OF PRINT
Thirteenth Annual Report, 1921, 307 p., 43 fig. This report contains (1) Oil Prospecting in Florida, (2)
Statistics of Mineral Production, in Florida, 1918, (3) Foraminifera from the Deep Wells of Florida, (4)
Geography of Central Florida.

AR 14 2 OUT OF PRINT
Fourteenth Annual Report, 1921-1922; 1922, 135 p., 10 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) Mineral
Production in Florida During 1919, (2) Statistics on Mineral Production During 1920,
(3) On the Petroleum Possibilities of Florida, (with a geologic map).

AR 15 OUT OF PRINT
Fifteenth Annual Report, 1922-1923; 1924, 266 p., 2 pl., 55 fig. This report contains (1) Statistics on Mineral
Production in Florida During 1921 and 1922, (2) A Contribution to the Late Tertiary and Quaternary
Paleontology of Northeastern Florida, (3) A Preliminary Report on Clays of Florida.

AR 16 OUT OF PRINT
Sixteenth Annual Report, 1923-1924; 1925, 203 p., 52 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) Statistics on
Mineral Production in Florida During 1923, (2) A Preliminary Report on the Limestones and Marls of Florida.

AR 17 OUT OF PRINT
Seventeenth Annual Report, 1924-1925; 1926, 275 p., 5 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) Statistics of
Mineral Production in Florida During 1924, (2) History of Soil Investigation in Florida and Description of the
New Soil Map, (3) Elevations in Florida,(4) Review of Structure and Stratigraphy of Florida, with Special
Reference to the Petroleum Possibilities.

AR18 12 OUT OF PRINT
Eighteenth Annual Report, 1925-1926; 1927, 206 p., 58 fig. This report contains (1) Statistics of Mineral
Production in Florida During 1925, (2) Natural Resources of Southern Florida.

AR 19 OUT OF PRINT
Nineteenth Annual Report, 1926-1927; 1928, 183 p., 5 pl., 36 fig., 9 tables. This report contains (1)
Statistics of Mineral Production in Florida During 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 Coskinolina and Dictyoconus? from Florida.

AR 20 OUT OF PRINT
Twentieth Annual Report, 1927-1928; 1929, 294 p., 40 pl., 4 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) Statistics
of Mineral Production in Florida During 1927, (2) Geology of Florida (with geologic map), (3) The Extinct
Land Mammals of Florida.

AR 21/22 2 OUT OF PRINT
Twenty-First Twenty-Second Annual Reports, 1928-1930; 1931, 129 p., 39 fig. This report contains (1)
Statistics of Mineral Production in Florida During 1928-1929, (2) Need for Conservation and Protection of
Our Water Supply, with Special Reference to Waters from the Ocala Limestone, (3) The Possibility of
Petroleum in Florida, (4) Beaches of Florida, (5) A Palm Nut of Attalea from the Upper Eocene of Florida.

AR 23/24 OUT OF PRINT
Twenty-Third Twenty-Fourth Annual Report, 1930-1932; 1933, 227 p., fig;, 3 tables. This report contains
(1) Mineral Production in Florida in 1930 and 1931, (2) Northern Disjuncts in Northern Florida (3) Cypress










Domes, (4) Notes on the Geology and the Occurrence of Some Diatomaceous Earth Deposits of Florida
(5)Diatoms of the Florida Peat Deposits, (6) Ground Water Resources of Sarasota County, Florida.

BIENNIAL REPORTS

Biennial Reports (BR) record the administrative workings of the Florida Geological Survey including
descriptions of the budget, programs and personnel. Biennial Reports began in 1934 upon
termination of the AR series. The BR series was not published from 1960 through 1986.


BR 1 OUT OF PRINT
First Biennial Report To State Board of Conservation, Biennium Ending December 31, 1934, Part IV, State
Geological Survey; 1935, 25 p., 4 fig. This report includes: economic investigation of water and mineral
resources.

BR 2 OUT OF PRINT
Second Biennial Report To State Board of Conservation, Biennium Ending December 31, 1936, Part III,
State Geological Survey; 1937, 29 p., 6 fig. This report includes: review of the Florida mineral industry,
1934-35;

BR 3 OUT OF PRINT
Third Biennial Report, Biennium Ending December 31, 1938; 1939, 28 p., 2 fig. This report includes: review
of Florida mineral industry and list of producers and production for 1936
37.

BR 4 OUT OF PRINT
Fourth Biennial Report, Biennium Ending December 31, 1940; 1941, 30 p., 1 fig. This report includes:
review of the museum collection of rocks, minerals, fossils and artifacts; mineral resources, producers, and
production during 1938-39;

BR5 2 OUT OF PRINT
Fifth Biennial Report, Biennium Ending December 31, 1942; 1943, 32 p. This report includes: museum
collection, oil prospecting and well drilling, mineral resources, producers, and production during 1940-41.

BR6 2 OUT OF PRINT
Sixth Biennial Report, Biennium Ending December 31, 1944; 1945 29 p., 3 fig. This report includes: water
resources, discovery of oil, mineral industry and summaries of production, 1942-1943.

BR 7 OUT OF PRINT
Seventh Biennial Report, Biennium Ending December 31, 1946; 1947, 22 p. This report includes: oil
prospecting and production, mineral statistics and list of producers, 1944-45.

BR 8 2 OUT OF PRINT
Eighth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1947, Through
December 31, 1948; 1949, 30 p., 3 fig. This report includes: expanded program in cooperation with other
agencies, oil prospecting and production, mineral production and producers during 19461947.
BR 9 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ninth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1949, Through
December 31, 1950; 1951, 32 p., 4 fig. This report includes: well sample library, oil exploration and
development data, Florida mineral industry summary of production and producers during 1948
49.

BR 10 OUT OF PRINT
Tenth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1951, Through
December 31, 1952; 1953, 54 p., 9 fig. This report includes: rock sample and core data, cooperative
activities, Florida mineral industry, production and producers during 1950-1951.

BR 11 2 OUT OF PRINT
Eleventh Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1953, Through











December 31, 1954; 1955, 60 p., 4 fig. This report includes: rock sample and core data, cooperative
activities, Florida mineral industry production, and producers during 1952-1953.

BR 12 2 OUT OF PRINT
Twelfth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1955, Through
December 31, 1956; 1957, 86 p., 12 fig., 2 tables. This report includes: 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.

BR 13 2 OUT OF PRINT
Thirteenth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1957, Through
December 31, 1958; 1959, 84 p., 14 fig., 4 tables. This report includes: personnel of the Florida and U.S.
Geological Surveys, cooperative activities with other agencies, Florida mineral industry and producers
during 1956-1957.

BR 14 2 OUT OF PRINT
Fourteenth Biennial Report of the Florida Geological Survey, Covering Period January 1, 1959, Through
December 3, 1960; 1961, 184 p., 12 fig., 10 tables. This report includes: personnel of the Florida and
U.S. Geological Surveys, cooperative activities with other agencies, Florida mineral industry and
producers during 1958-1959.

BR 15 FREE
Biennial Report 1987-1988, by P.A. Bond, 1990, 34 p.

BR 16 FREE
Biennial Report 16, 1989-1990, by P.A. Bond, 1991, 40 p.

BR 17 FREE
Biennial Report 17, 1991-1992, by P.A. Bond, 1993, 50 p.


BR 18 FREE
Biennial Report 18, 1993-1994, by E. Lane, 1995, 42 p.

BR 19 FREE
Biennial Report 19, 1995-1996, by F.R. Rupert, 1997, 43 p.

BR 20 FREE
Biennial Report 20, 1997-1998, by J. M. Lloyd, 1999, 67 p.

BR21 FREE
Biennial Report 21, 1999-2000, by R.C. Green and G.H. Means, 2001, 67 p.

BR22 FREE
Biennial Report 22, 2001-2002, by J. H. Balsillie, 2003, 115 p.


BR 23 2 Available online FREE
Biennial Report 23, 2003-2004, by T. Greenhalgh, J. Ladner, and F. Rupert, 2005, 112 p.

BR 24 2 Available online FREE
Biennial Report 24, 2005-2006, by R.W. Hoenstine, 2009, 80 p.


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BULLETINS

Bulletins (B) are comprehensive reports on geologic or related studies. They generally cover a broad
subject area and/or geographic location.


B 1 2 OUT OF PRINT
A Preliminary Report on the Underground Water Supply of Central Florida, by E.H. Sellards, 1908, 103 p.,
6 pl., 6 text fig.


B2 2 OUT OF PRINT
Roads and Road Materials of Florida, by E.H. Sellards, H. Gunter and N.H. Cox, 1911, 31 p., 4 pl.


B3 2 OUT OF PRINT
Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield,
1930, 189 p., 21 pl.


B 4 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Foraminifera of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by J.A. Cushman, 1930, 93 p., 12 pl.


B 5 2 OUT OF PRINT
(1) A Fossil Teleost Fish of the Snapper Family (Lutianidae) from the Lower Oligocene of Florida, by W.K.
Gregory, (2) The Foraminifera of the Marianna Limestone of Florida, by W.S. Cole and G.M. Ponton, 1930,
61 p., 11 pl., 2 fig.

B 6 J OUT OF PRINT
The Pliocene and Pleistocene Foraminifera of Florida, by W.S. Cole, 1931, 79 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.


B 7 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Pensacola Terrace and Associated Beaches and Bars of Florida, by F. Leverett, 1931, 44 p., 8 fig., 1
map.


B8 2 OUT OF PRINT
Miocene Pelecypods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1932, 240 p., 34 pl.,
3 fig.

B 9 OUT OF PRINT
The Foraminifera of the Upper, Middle, and Part of the Lower Miocene of Florida, by J.A. Cushman and
G.M. Ponton, 1932, 147 p., 17 pl., 2 tables, 1 map.


B10 Io OUT OF PRINT
Miocene Vertebrates from Florida, Contains: (1) Miocene Land Mammals From Florida, by G.G. Simpson,
(2) New Heteromyid Rodents from the Miocene of Florida, by A.E. Wood, (3) Aphelops from the Hawthorn
Formation of Florida, by E.H. Colbert, 1932, 58 p., 30 fig.


B 11 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water Investigations in Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1933, 33 p.

B 12 OUT OF PRINT
New Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods From Alaqua Creek Valley, Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1935,
50 p., 5 pl.

B 13 OUT OF PRINT
Ostracoda of the Arca Zone of the Choctawhatchee Miocene of Florida, by H.V. Howe, 1935, 47 p., 4 pl.











B 14 2 OUT OF PRINT
Additions to the Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, by J. Gardner, 1936, 82 p., 10 pl.


B 15 2 OUT OF PRINT
Mollusks of the Tampa and Suwannee Limestones of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1937, 334 p., 21
pl.


B 16 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphy and Micropaleontology of Two Deep Wells in Florida, by W.S. Cole, 1938, 6 p., 12 pl., 3 fig.


B 17 2 OUT OF PRINT
Scenery of Florida Interpreted by a Geologist, by C.W. Cooke, 1939, 120 p., 58 fig.


B 18 OUT OF PRINT
Notes on the Upper Tertiary and Pleistocene Mollusks of Peninsular Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1939, 76
p., 4 pl., 2 fig., 5 tables.


B19 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America, Power House Well No. 2, Peninsular Oil and Refining Company's J.W. Cory No. 1,
With Description of a Species of Foraminifera From Another Well, by W.S. Cole, 1941, 94 p., 18 pl., 4 fig.,
1 table.


B 20 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida
- No. 2, Suwannee Petroleum Corporation's Sholtz No. 1, Florida Oil Discovery Company's Cedar Keys No.
2, byW.S. Cole, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig.


B21 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Holmes and Washington Counties, Florida, by
R.O. Vernon, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig.


B22 2 OUT OF PRINT
Contributions to Florida Vertebrate Paleontology, Contains:
(1) A Fossil Squirrel-Fish from the Upper Eocene of Florida, by G.M. Conrad, (2) The Rostrum of
Felsinotherium ossivalense, by J.T. Gregory, 1941, 47 p., 5 pl., 3 fig.


B 23 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida Dunes and Scrub, Vegetation and Geology, by H. Kurz, 1942, 154 p., 25 pl., 24 fig., 3 tables.


B24 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida Mineral Industry, with Summaries of Production for 1940 and 1941, by R.O. Vernon, 1943, 207 p.,
40 fig., 25 tables.


B25 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Natural Features of Southern Florida, Especially the Vegetation and the Everglades, by J.H. Davis, Jr.,
1943, 311 p., 66 fig., 5 maps, 10 tables.

B 26 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 3, City of Quincy Water Well, St. Mary's Oil
Corporation, Hilliard Turpentine Company No. 1 Well, by W.S. Cole, 1944, 168 p., frontispiece, 29 pl., 5 fig.


B 27 2 OUT OF PRINT











Late Cenozoic Geology of Southern Florida, with a Discussion of the Ground Water, by G.G. Parker and
C.W. Cooke, 1944, 119 p., 26 pl., 4 fig.

B 28 $4.00
Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida
- No. 4, City of Tallahassee Water Well no. 6, Dale Mabry Field Water Well "B", Ravlin-Brown V.G. Phillips
No. 1 Well, by W.S. Cole, 1945, 160 p., 22 pl., 8 fig., 17 tables.


B29 B OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Florida, by C.W. Cooke, 1945, 342 p., 1 pl., 1 map, 47 fig.


B 30 OUT OF PRINT
The Peat Deposits of Florida, Their Occurrence, Development, and Uses, by J.H. Davis, Jr., 1946, 250
p., frontispiece, 36 fig., 27 tables.

B 31 OUT OF PRINT
Springs of Florida, by G.E. Ferguson, C.W. Lingham, S.K. Love, and R.O. Vernon, 1947, 198 p.,
frontispiece, 1 map, 37 fig., 4 tables.


B 31 (Revised) 2 OUT OF PRINT
Springs of Florida (Revised) by J.C. Rosenau, G.L. Faulkner, C.W. Hendry, Jr. and R.W. Hull, 1977, 461 p.,
212 fig., 7 tables.

B 32 2 OUT OF PRINT
Elevations in Florida, by H. Gunter, 1948, 1160 p., 2 fig.

B 33 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida, by R.O. Vernon, 1951, 256 p., frontispiece, 2 pl. 1 map, 40
fig., 20 tables.

B 34 $4.00
Paleontologic Studies: Part I New Tertiary Ostracode Fauna from Levy County, Florida, by H.V. Howe;
Part II The Echinoid Fauna of the Inglis Member, Moodys Branch Formation, by A.G. Fischer; 1951, 112
p., 12 pl., 18 fig., 3 tables.


B 35 $4.00
Eocene Mollusks from Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida, by H.G. Richards and K.V.W. Palmer, 1953, 96
p., 13 pl.

B 36 $4.00
Contribution to the Study of the Miocene of the Florida Panhandle, by H.S. Puri, 1953, 345 p., 47 pl., 21
fig., 15 tables, 1 map.


B 37 2 $4.00
Geology of Jackson County, Florida, by W.E. Moore, 1955, 101 p., frontispiece, 5 pl., 27 fig., 3 tables.


B 38 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphy and Zonation of the Ocala Group, by H.S. Puri, 1957, 248 p., 3 pl., 30 fig., 3 tables.


B39 2 OUT OF PRINT
Mining and Mineral Resources, by J.L. Calver, 1957, 132 p., 35 fig., 12 tables.

B 40 2 $4.00
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Late Neogene Strata of the Caloosahatchee River Area of Southern
Florida, by











J.R. DuBar, 1958, 267 p., 4 pl., 49 fig., 10 tables.


B 41 9 $4.00
Some Geomorphic Features of Central Peninsular Florida, by W.A. White, 1958, 92 p., 3 pl., 14 fig.


B42 2 $4.00
The Limestone Resources of Washington, Holmes, and Jackson Counties, Florida, by W.D. Reves,
1961, 121 p., 27 fig., 9 tables.


B 43 $4.00
Neogene Biostratigraphy of the Charlotte Harbor Area in Southwestern Florida, by J.R. DuBar, 1962, 83
p., 8 fig., 2 pl., 8 tables.


B 44 ,$4.00
Osteology and Paleontology of the Passerine Birds of Reddick, Florida, by J.H. Hamon, 1964, 209 p., 13
fig., 3 tables.


B 45 2$4.00
The Regional Lithostratigraphic Analysis of Paleocene and Eocene Rocks of Florida, by C.S. Chen, 1965,
105 p., 44 fig., 1 table.


B 46 2$4.00
Geology of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Western Florida Panhandle, by O.T. Marsh, 1966, 140 p.,
28 fig., 5 pl., 16 tables.


B47 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Leon County, Florida, by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and C.R. Sproul, 1966,
178 p., 37 fig., 1 pl., 8 tables.


B 48 $4.00
Geology of Jefferson County, Florida, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1966, 115 p., 2 fig., 1 pl., 9 tables.


B49 2 $4.00
Geology of Dixie and Gilchrist Counties, Florida, by H.S. Puri,
J.W. Yon, Jr., and W.R. Oglesby, 1967, 155 p., 55 fig., 2 pl., 18 tables.


B 50 $4.00
Mineral Resource Study of Holmes, Walton and Washington Counties, by J.W. Yon, Jr. and C.W. Hendry,
Jr., 1969, 161 p., 16 fig., 11 tables.


B51 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Geomorphology of the Florida Peninsula, by W.A. White, 1970, 164 p., 44 fig. 7 pl.


B 52 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Corals from the Chipola and Jackson Bluff Formations of Florida, by N.E. Weisbord, 1971, 100 p., 8 fig., 15
pl.












B 54 $4.00
Part 1 Suwannee Limestone in Hernando and Pasco Counties, Florida, by J.W. Yon, Jr. and C.W. Hendry, Jr.,
1972, 42 p., 16 fig. 2 tables; Part 2 Petrography of the Suwannee Limestone, by A.F. Randazzo, 1972, 13 p., 7
fig., 1 table.

B 55 2 OUT OF PRINT
Igneous and Metamorphic Basement Rocks of Florida, by C. Milton, 1972, 125 p., 85 fig., 6 tables.

B 56 2 OUT OF PRINT
New and Little-Known Corals from the Tampa Formation of Florida, by N.E. Weisbord, 1973, 156 p., 35 pl.

B 57 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Bay County, Florida, by W. Schmidt and M. Wiggs Clark, 1980, 96 p., 45 fig., 2 tables.

B 58. 2 $4.00
Neogene Stratigraphy and Geologic History of the Apalachicola Embayment, by W. Schmidt, 1984, 146
p., 64 fig., 6 pl., 7 tables. (Photocopy)

B 59 $4.00 The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Group (Miocene) of Florida, by T. M. Scott, 1988, 148 p., 81
fig., 1 table (Photocopy)

B 60 2 $4.00 Geology of Wakulla County, Florida, by F. Rupert and S. Spencer, 1988, 46 p., 22 fig., 2 tables
(Photocopy)

B 61 $4.00 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Madison County, Florida, by R. W. Hoenstine, S. M.
Spencer,
and T. O'Carroll, 1990, 98 p., 33 fig., 7 tables.

B 62 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Gadsden County, Florida, by F. R. Rupert, 1990, 61 p., 30 fig., 2 tables.

B 63 2 $4.00
Geology of Gulf County, Florida, by F. R. Rupert, 1991, 51 p., 22 fig., 3 tables.

B 64 2 $4.00
Geologic Framework of the Lower Floridan Aquifer System, Brevard County, Florida, by J.G. Duncan, W.L.
Evans, III, and K.L. Taylor, 1994, 90 p., 45 fig., 5 plates.

B 65 2 $4.00
Late Oligocene to Pliocene Evolution of the Central Portion of the South Florida Platform: Mixing of
Siliciclastic and Carbonate sediments, by T. M. Missimer, 2002, 184 p., 67 fig., 12 tables, 6 plates.

B 66 2 $25.00 Springs of Florida, by T.M. Scott, Guy H. Means, Rebecca P. Meegan, Ryan C. Means, Sam
B. Upchurch, R.E. Copeland, James Jones, Tina Roberts and Alan Willet, 2004, 377 p., 172 colr fig., 217 tables,
includes CD with more spring descriptions (463 springs in all).

B 67 Not yet published

B 68 2 $8.00
Hydrogeologic framework of the Southwest Florida Water Management District, by J.D. Arthur, C. Fischler, C.
Kromhout, J.M. Clayton, G.M. Kelley, R.A. Lee, L. Li, M. O'Sullivan, R. C. Green, and C.L. Werner, 2008, 102 p.,
175 p., 41 fig., 3 tables, 2 appendices, 59 plates.

B 69 2 $4.00
Regional and statewide trends in Florida's spring and well groundwater quality (1991-2003), by R. E. Copeland,
2009, 230 p., online appendices.













INFORMATION CIRCULARS


Information Circulars (IC) a re re ports of a pre liminary or inte rim nature, or upda te re ports on
continuing investigations. They also provide compilations of large amounts of data.


IC 1 2 OUT OF PRINT
Exploration for Oil and Gas in Florida, by H. 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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida Kaolins and Clays, by J.L. Calver, 1949, 59 p., 2 fig., 3 tables.

IC 3 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water in Florida, by H.H. Cooper, Jr. and V.T. Stringfield, 1950, 6 p., 5 fig.

IC 4 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida, Interim Report, by H.M. Peek,
1953, 22 p., 7 fig.

IC 5 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida, by R.C. Heath and J.T.
Barraclough, 1954, 43 leaves, 11 fig., 2 tables.

IC 6 R OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek and R.B. Anders,
1955, 38 p., 10 fig.

IC 7 1 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on Surface Water Resources and Quality of Waters in Lee County, Florida, by W.E.
Kenner and E. Brown, 1956, 69 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

IC 8 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on Ground Water Resources of the Northeastern Part of Volusia County, Florida, by G.G.
Wyrick and W.P. Leutze, 1956, 68 p., 14 fig., 4 tables.

IC 9 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on Salt-Water Encroachment in Dade County, Florida, by H. Klein, 1957, 5 p., 12 fig.

IC 10 12 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Progress of an Inventory of Artesian Wells in Florida, Leading to the Enforcement of
Sections 370.051-370.054, Florida Statutes, by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and
J.A. Lavendar, 1957, 178 p., 27 fig., 3 tables.

IC 11 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Water Resources of Brevard County, Florida, With Special Reference to the Central
Area, by D.W. Brown, W.E. Kenner, and E. Brown, 1957, 109 p., 30 fig., 15 tables.

IC 12 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Resources of the Stuart Area, Martin County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, 1957, 47 p., 9 fig., 4
tables.











IC 13 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Flagler County, Florida, by B.J. Bermes, 1958, 32 p., 11
fig., 1 table.

IC 14 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by G.R. Tarver, 1958, 35 p.,
13 fig., 1 table.

IC 15 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Putnam County, Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1958, 32 p., 11
fig., 1 table.

IC 16 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 OUT OF PRINT Flood of June 9, 1957, at Perry, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, 1958, 12 p., 8 fig.


IC 18 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Indian River County, Florida, by B.J. Bermes,
1958, 74 p., 12 fig., 4 tables.

IC 19 J OUT OF PRINT
Record of Wells in Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1958, 199 p., 3 fig., 1 table.

IC 20 H OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on Surface Water Resources of Baker County, Florida, by R.W. Pride,
1958, 32 p., 7 fig., 2 tables.


IC 21 2 OUT OF PRINT
Final Report on an Inventory of Flowing Artesian Wells in Florida, by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and J.A. Lavendar,
1959, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.

IC 22 J OUT OF PRINT
Record of Wells in Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1959, 85 p., 2 fig., 2 tables.

IC 23 J OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Northwestern Polk County, Florida, by H.G.
Stewart, Jr., 1959, 83 p., 19 fig., 9 tables.


IC 24 2 OUT OF PRINT
Record of Wells in Volusia County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick, 1961, 96 p., 2 fig., 1 pl., 1 table.

IC 25 2 OUT OF PRINT
Surface Water Resources of Polk County, Florida, by R.C. Heath, 1961, 123 p., 50 fig., 9 tables.

IC 26 J OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Preliminary Investigation of the Ground-Water Resources of Northeast Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1961, 28 p.,
11 fig., 2 tables.

IC 28 2 OUT OF PRINT
Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of the Fernandina Area, Nassau County, Florida, by G.W.











Leve, 1961, 24 p., 7 fig., 2 tables.

IC 29 1 OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Resources of Northwestern Collier County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood and H. Klein, 1961,
44 p., 17 fig., 2 tables.

IC 30 H OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove,
J.T. Barraclough, and O.T. Marsh, 1961, 89 p., 30 fig., 1 table.

IC 31 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stage Characteristics of Florida Lakes, by W.E. Kenner, 1961, 82 p., 62 fig.

IC 32 J OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida in 1960, by H.G. Healy, 1962, 19 p., 3 fig., 3
tables.
IC 34 J OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Records of Seminole County, Florida, by
J.T. Barraclough, 1961, 148 p., 3 fig., 3 tables.


IC 35 2 OUT OF PRINT
Well Design as a Factor Contributing to Loss of Water from the Floridan Aquifer, Eastern Clay County,
Florida, by J.B. Foster, 1962, 10 p., 4 fig.


IC 36 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Union Counties, Florida, by W.E.
Clark,
R.H. Musgrove, C.G. Menke, and J.W. Cagle, Jr., 1962, 92 p., 46 fig., 6 tables.


IC 37 J OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Records of Wells and Other Water-Resources Data in Polk County, Florida, by H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1963,
144 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.


IC 39 J OUT OF PRINT
Surface-Water Resources of St. Johns, Flagler, and Putnam Counties, Florida, by W.E. Kenner and
J.W. Crooks, 1963, 44 p., 10 fig., 16 tables.


IC 40 J OUT OF PRINT
Maps Showing Depths of Selected Lakes in Florida, by
W.E. Kenner, 1964, 82 p., 76 fig., 2 tables.

IC 41 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Water Resources of Orange County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, W. Anderson and B.F.
Joyner, 1964, 50 p., 13 fig., 6 tables.


IC 42 2 OUT OF PRINT
Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1962, by C. Babcock, 1964, 29 p., 4 fig., 5
tables.











IC 43 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water-Resources Data for Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida, by W.E. Clark, R.H.
Musgrove,
C.G. Menke, and J.W. Cagle, Jr., 1964, 154 p., 4 fig., 8 tables.


IC 44 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1963, by C. Babcock, 1964, 63 p., 4 fig., 12
tables, 3 pl.


IC 46 J OUT OF PRINT Ceramic Clay Investigations in Alachua, Clay, and Putnam Counties, Florida, by
R.C. Hickman and H.P. Hamlin, 1964, 46 p., 4 fig.


IC 47 2 OUT OF PRINT
Control of Lake Levels in Orange County, Florida, byW. Anderson, W.F. Lichtler, and B.F. Joyner, 1965, 15
p., 7 fig.

IC 48 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers in Florida, 1961-62, by H.G. Healy, 1966, 72 p., 45
fig., 1 table.


IC 49 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, 1964, by C. Babcock, 1966, 117 p., 12 fig., 11
tables.


IC 50 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Resources Records of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.T.
Barraclough, and R.G. Grantham, 1966, 106 p., 4 fig., 8 tables.


IC 51 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water in the Immokalee Area, Collier County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, 1967, 31 p., 11 fig., 1
table.


IC 52 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1963-64, by H.G. Healy, 1968, 68 p., 46
fig., 1 table.


IC 53 J OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Resources 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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1965, by C. Babcock, 1968, 50 p., 2 fig., 2 tables.


IC 55 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1966, by C. Babcock, 1968, 35 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.


IC 56 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of the Upper Cretaceous Clastic Section Northern Peninsular Florida, by C. Babcock, 1969, 44 p.,
20 fig.


IC 61 2 OUT OF PRINT Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1965-66, by
H.G. Healy, 1970, 55 p., 47 fig., 1 table.


IC 62 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 LaBelle and Olga, Florida, by D.H. Boggess, 1970, p. 17-39, 8 fig., 2 tables.


IC 63 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1967, by C. Babcock, 1970, 32 p., 7 fig., 3 tables.


IC 64 2 OUT OF PRINT
Report on Geophysical and Television Explorations in City of Jacksonville Water Wells, by G.W. Leve,
1970, 15 p., 9 fig.


IC 65 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1968, by C. Babcock, 1970, 40 p., 10 fig., 7 tables.


IC 66 2 OUT OF PRINT
Mineral Producers in Florida, 1968, by E.L. Maxwell, 1970, 40 p., 4 fig.


IC 67 2 OUT OF PRINT
Selected Water Resource Records for Okaloosa County and Adjacent Areas, by J.B. Foster and C.A.
Pascale, 1971, 95 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.


IC 68 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1967-68, by H.G. Healy, 1970, 78 p., 51 fig.,
1 table.


IC 69 2 OUT OF PRINT
Selected Flow Characteristics of Florida Streams and Canals, Summaries of Flow Duration and of Low and
High Flows at Gaging Stations, by R.C. Heath and E.T. Wimberly, 1971, 595 p., 7 fig.


IC 70 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Beneficial Uses of Zones of High Transmissivities in the Florida Subsurface for
Water Storage and Waste Disposal, by R.O. Vernon, 1970, 39 p., 15 fig., 1 table.











IC 71 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1969, by C. Babcock, 1971, 48 p., 7 fig., 7 tables.
IC 72 2 OUT OF PRINT
Land Use Conflicts and Phosphate Mining in Florida, by
J.W. Sweeney, 1971, 41 p., 6 fig., 2 tables.


IC 73 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1969-70, by H.G. Healy, 1972, 73 p., 54
fig., 1 table.


IC 74 2 OUT OF PRINT
Construction of Waste-Injection Monitor Wells Near Pensacola, Florida, by J.B. Foster and D.A.
Goolsby, 1972, 34 p., 16 fig., 7 tables.


IC 75 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrologic Aspects of Freshening Upper Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by J.A. Mann, 1972, 39 p., 15 fig., 2
tables.


IC 77 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water in the Hallandale Area, Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1972, 32 p., 13 fig., 5 tables.


IC 78 2 OUT OF PRINT
Records of Hydrologic Data, Walton County, Florida, by
C.A. Pascale, C.F. Essig, Jr., and R.R. Herring, 1972, 103 p., 5 fig., 9 tables.


IC 79 2 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1970, by C. Babcock, 1972, 82 p., 6 fig., 13 tables.


IC 81 2 OUT OF PRINT
Public Water Supplies of Selected Municipalities in Florida, 1970, by H.G. Healy, 1972, 213 p., 28 fig., 4
tables.


IC 82 2 $4.00
Flow and Chemical Characteristics of the St. Johns River at Jacksonville, Florida, by W. Anderson and D.A.
Goolsby, 1973, 33 fig.


IC 83 2 OUT OF PRINT
Estimated Use of Water in Florida, 1970, by R.W. Pride, 1973, 31 p., 6 fig., 10 tables.
IC 84 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1971, by W.F. Stowasser, 1973, 12 p., 1 fig., 11 tables.


IC 85 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1971-72, by H.G. Healy, 1974, 94 p., 54
fig., 1 table.











IC 86 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrogeologic Characteristics of the Surficial Aquifer in Northwest Hillsborough County, Florida, by W.C.
Sinclair, 1974, 98 p., 1 fig., 4 tables.

IC 87 FREE
List of Publications. (Revised periodically). Available at no charge. Most recent revision available on web
site.


IC 88 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1972, by W.F. Stowasser and W.R. Oglesby, 1974, 13 p., 10 tables.


IC 89 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1973, by W.F. Stowasser and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1976, 13 p., 9 tables.


IC 90 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1974, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1977, 14 p., 11 tables.


IC 91 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1975, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1979, 16 p., 11 tables.


IC 92 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1976, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1979, 14 p., 7 tables.


IC 93 2 OUT OF PRINT
Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by E. Lane, 1983, 8 p., 5 fig., 1 table. (Updated by Open File
Report 40).

IC 94 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1977, 1978, 1979, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1981, 10 p., 7 tables.

IC 95 2 $4.00
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1980, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1982, 11 p., 7 tables.

IC 96 2 $4.00
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1981, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1983, 11 p., 6 tables.


IC 97 2 $4.00
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1982, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1984, 11 p., 6 tables.

IC98 2 OUT OF PRINT
Annotated Bibliography of Florida Basement Geology and Related Regional and Tectonic Studies, Including
an Appendix of Florida Deep Well Data, by J.M. Lloyd, 1985, 72 p.

IC 99 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1983-, published by U.S. Bureau of Mines and U.S. Geological Survey.
See: http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/state/fl.html

IC 100 2 OUT OF PRINT
Palynology and Paleoecology of a Lignitic Peat from Trail Ridge, Florida, by F.J. Rich, 1985, 15 p., 4
fig., 1 pl.


IC 101 2 OUT OF PRINT
Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration Onshore and Offshore, Through 1984, by A.V.
Applegate and
J.M. Lloyd, 1985, 69 p., 16 fig., 2 pl.











IC 102 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Industrial Minerals of Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 94 p., 18 fig., 1 table.


IC 103 2 OUT OF PRINT
Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida Geological Survey, compiled by R.A. Johnson, 1986,
431 p., 1 fig. (Includes a copy of Map Series 111).

IC 104 2 $4.00
Part I 1985 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by
J.M. Lloyd and A.V. Applegate, Part II The Brown Dolomite Zone of the Lehigh Acres Formation (Aptian)
in the South Florida Basin A Potentially Prolific Producing Horizon Offshore, by A.V. Applegate, 1987, 66
p., 15 fig., 1 table, 5 appendices.

IC 105 2 OUT OF PRINT
Part I The Industrial Minerals Industry Directory of Florida, by S.M. Spencer, Part II Geology, Mining
and Reclamation at the Radar Hill Quarry, Citrus County, Florida, by J.W. Yon,
W.R. Waite, and C.T. Williams, 1989, 51 p., 10 figures.


IC 106 2 $4.00
1986 and 1987 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J.M. Lloyd, 1989, 39 p., 16 figures.

IC 107 2 OUT OF PRINT
Part I 1988 and 1989 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J.M. Lloyd, Including Florida
Petroleum Reserve Estimates, by C.H. Tootle, Part II Petroleum Exploration and Development Policies in
Florida: Response to Public Concern for Sensitive Environments, by J.M. Lloyd and J.M. Ragland, Part III -
Petrology and Provenance of the Norphlet Formation, Panhandle, Florida, by G.W. Scott, 1991, 121 p.

IC 108 $4.00
1990 and 1991 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J.M Lloyd, Including Florida Petroleum
Reserve Estimates, by C.H. Tootle, 1992, 31 p., 12 figures.

IC 109 OUT OF PRINT
Industrial Minerals Industry Directory of Florida, by S.M. Spencer, 1993, 30 p., 1 fig., 2 tables, 1 plate.
(Includes a copy of Map Series 139).

IC 110 OUT OF PRINT
1992 and 1993 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J.M. Lloyd, Including Florida Petroleum
Reserve Estimates, by C.H. Tootle, 1994, 30 p., 12 fig., 10 tables.

IC 111 2 $4.00
1994 and 1995 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J.M. Lloyd, 1997, 62 p.
IC 112 $4.00 2
Industrial Minerals Industry Directory of Florida, by S.M. Spencer, 1999, 26 p.















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LEAFLETS

Leaflets (L) are short publications related to areas of general, educational, or public interest


L 1 OUT OF PRINT
Your Water Resources: Storage, Origin, Needs, Uses, Movement, Conservation, prepared by Florida
Geological Survey, 1960, 24 p., 22 fig.

L 1 (Revised) FREE
Your Water Resources: Origin, Quality, Needs, Uses, Quantity, Movement, Occurrence, Conservation,
prepared by Florida Geological Survey, Revised 1963, 35 p., 23 fig.


L2 2 FREE
Water for Thirsty Industry It's Your Problem, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 9 p., 7 fig.


L 3 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Pensacola Area's Water, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 1965, 13 p., 16 fig.

L 3 (Revised) OUT OF PRINT
Water in the Pensacola, Florida, Area, Revised 1979. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources
Investigations, Open File Report 79-89.


L4 2 OUT OF PRINT
Chronological Bibliography of Principal Published Ground-Water Reports in Florida Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey or the Florida Geological Survey, 1908-1963, by L.W. Hyde, 1964, 18 p., 5 fig.

L 5 OUT OF PRINT
Water Control vs. Sea-Water Intrusion, Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood and R.G. Grantham,
1965, 13 p., 9 fig.


L 5 (2nd ed.) JR OUT OF PRINT
Water Control vs. Sea-Water Intrusion, Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood and R.G.
Grantham, Second Edition, 1966, 15 p., 13 fig.


L 6 2 OUT OF PRINT
Jacksonville's Water, by G.W. Leve, 1965, 12 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.


L 7 2 OUT OF PRINT
Salt Intrusion Can Be Controlled, by H. Klein, 1965, 6 p., 3 fig.


L 8 2 FREE
Water in Orange County, Florida, by B.F. Joyner, W.F. Lichtler, and W. Anderson, 1968, 17 p., 12 fig.

L 9 2 OUT OF PRINT
Large Springs of Florida's "Sun Coast": Citrus and Hernando Counties, by J.A. Mann and R.N. Cherry,
1969, 23 p., 15 fig., 1 table.

L 10 I OUT OF PRINT
Florida Caverns State Park, a Nature-Made Geologic Wonderland, by W. Schmidt, 1982, 16 p., 8
fig.











L 11 FREE
The Geology of Torreya State Park, by K.M. Campbell and R.W. Hoenstine, 1982, 8 p.


L 2 12 FREE
A Geologic Guide to the Suwannee River, Ichetucknee Springs, O'leno and Manatee Springs State Parks,
by R.W. Hoenstine and S. Weissinger, 1982, 28 p.


L13 2 OUT OF PRINT
A Geologic Guide to the State Parks of the Florida Panhandle Coast: St. George Island, St. Joseph
Peninsula, St. Andrews and Grayton Beach Parks and Recreation Areas, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 23 p.


L 14 2 FREE
Geology of the State Parks in the Florida Keys, by E. Lane, 1986, 28 p., 21 fig.


L 15 2 FREE
The Florida Geological Survey: Geological Research Contributing to Responsible Growth in Florida, by
E. Lane, 1991, 6 p., 7 fig.


L 16 2 FREE
The Geology of Falling Waters State Recreation Area, by F.R. Rupert and E. Lane, 1992, 10 p., 8 fig.

L 17 2 FREE
This is the Florida Geological Survey, by F.R. Rupert, 2004, trifold, color.

L 18 2 FREE
Timeline of Highlights and Significant Historical Events in the Evolution of the Florida Geololgical
Survey, by F.R. Rupert, 2007, trifold, color.

L19 2 FREE
Florida's Rocks and Minerals, compiled and updated by J.M. Lloyd, P.A. Bond, and S.E. Ramdeen,
2009, trifold, monochrome, 2 p.





















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MAP SERIES
Map Series (MS) c ontain ge ologic a nd othe r re lated da ta inte rpretations pres ented in gra phic
formats including maps, cross sections, and graphs, and generally include accompanying text.

MS 1 9 OUT OF PRINT
Piezometric Surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida: July 6-17, 1961, by H.G. Healy, 1962. Size: 15 x
15 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 2 OUT OF PRINT
Maps Showing Mined-Out Areas and Ownership, in Parts of Polk and Hillsborough Counties, Land-Pebble
Phosphate District, Florida, by J.B. Cathcart and E.L.M. Ward, 1953. In two sheets, each 22 x 17 inches.
Scale: approximately 1 mile to 1 inch.

MS 3 OUT OF PRINT
Surface Occurrences of Geologic Formations in Florida, After Cooke, 1945, with revisions by Vernon,
1951. Size 10 x 14 inches. Scale: approximately 48 miles to 1 inch.

MS 3 (Revised) 2 OUT OF PRINT
Surface Occurrences of Geologic Formations in Florida, After Cooke, 1945, with revisions by Vernon and
Puri, 1959. Size 10 x 14 inches. Scale: approximately 48 miles to 1 inch.

MS 4 2 OUT OF PRINT
Piezometric Surface and Areas of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, July 6-17, 1961, by
H.G. Healy, 1962. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 4 (2nd ed.) R $2.00
Piezometric Surface and Areas of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, July 6-17, 1961, by
H.G. Healy, Second edition, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 5 $2.00
Hydrologic Features of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County, Florida, prepared by N.D. Hoy and J.R.
Teel, 1963. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.


MS 6 R $2.00 ea. ($52.00 set)
Oil and gas well location regional and field maps, updated continuously. Individual map sheets are listed
below.

These maps may be ordered individually or in complete sets. For information on current updates and
ordering, contact: Administrator, Oil and Gas Section, Florida Geological Survey, 3915 Commonwealth
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000 (850) 245-3194.

Regional Maps: Field Maps:
1. Pensacola15. Jay, Mt. Carmel
2. Tallahassee 16. Blackjack Creek
3. Valdosta 17. Lehigh Park, Lake
4. JacksonvilleTrafford, Corkscrew
5. Apalachicola 18. West Sunoco Felda, Mid Felda


6. Gainesville 19. Sunniland,Sunoco Felda, Townsend Canal
7. Daytona Beach 20. Seminole
8. Plant City 21. Bear Island, Pepper Hammock
9. Orlando 22. 40 Mile Bend
10. Tampa 23. Sweetwater Creek, McClellan
11. Fort Pierce
12. West Palm Beach
13. Miami











14. Key West 24. Baxter Island
25. Racoon Point
26. Bluff Springs

MS 7 OUT OF PRINT
Generalized Water-Table Contours in Southern Florida, prepared by N.D. Hoy, 1964. Size: 10 x 15 inches.
Scale: approximately 25 miles to 1 inch.


MS 8 9 OUT OF PRINT
Mineral Resources and Industries of Florida, 1956, by J.L. Calver. Size 9 x 12-1/2 inches. Scale:
approximately 50 miles to 1 inch.

MS 9 2 $2.00
Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Hillsborough County, Florida, 1963, by D.E. Shattles, 1965.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 10 2 $2.00
Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in the Econfina Creek Basin Area, Florida, 1962, by L.G. Toler
and W.J. Shampine, 1965. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch.

MS 11 2 $2.00
Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer of Northwest Florida, 1963, by L.G. Toler, 1965.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: 15 miles to 1 inch.

MS 12 2 OUT OF PRINT
Chloride Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J.
Shampine, 1965. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 12 9 (Revised) $2.00
Chloride Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Shampine,
1965, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 13 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hardness of Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J.
Shampine, 1965. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.


MS 13 2 (Revised) $2.00
Hardness of Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Shampine, 1965, Revised
1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 14 2 OUT OF PRINT
Dissolved Solids in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Shampine, 1965.
Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 14 2 (Revised) $2.00
Dissolved Solids in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Shampine,
1965, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 15 2 OUT OF PRINT
Sulfate Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Shampine,
1965. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.











MS 15 2 (Revised) $2.00
Sulfate Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J.
Shampine, 1965, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 16 2 OUT OF PRINT
Principal Aquifers in Florida, by L.W. Hyde, 1965. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 16 2 (Revised) $2.00
Principal Aquifers in Florida, by L.W. Hyde, 1965, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 17 2 $2.00
Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Brevard County, Florida, 1963, by W.J. Shampine, 1965. Size:
19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to 1 inch.

MS 18 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geologic Map of Florida. Compiled by R.O. Vernon and H.S. Puri, 1964. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch (1:1,900,800).

MS 19 2 OUT OF PRINT
Folio of South Florida Basin, A Preliminary Study, by W.R. Oglesby, 1965. Size: 9 x 14 inches. Scale:
approximately 40 miles to 1 inch.

MS 20 2 $2.00
Chloride Content of Ground Water in Pinellas County, Florida, in 1950 and 1963, by R.N. Cherry, 1966.
Size: 20.5 x 27 inches. Scale: approximately 4-1/2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 21 2 $2.00
Availability of Ground Water in Orange County, Florida, by
W.F. Lichtler and B.F. Joyner, 1966. Size: 27-3/4 x 36-3/4 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1
inch.
MS 22 2 $2.00
Runoff in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, 1966. Size: 16 x 20 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 23 2 $2.00
Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Northwestern Florida, by L.G. Toler, 1966. Size:
16-3/4 x 24 inches. Scale: approximately 15 miles to 1 inch.

MS 24 2 $2.00
Availability and Quality of Surface Water in Orange County, Florida, byW. Anderson and B.F. Joyner, 1966.
Size: 22-3/4 x 34-1/2 inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch.

MS 25 2 $2.00
Temperature and Chemical Characteristics of the St. John's River Near Cocoa, Florida, by K.A.
MacKichan, 1967. Size: 25 x 18-3/4 inches, 12 fig.

MS 26 2 $2.00
Ground-Water Features in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by J.T. Barraclough, 1967.
Size: 24 x 38 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to 1 inch.

MS 27 2 $2.00
Chemical Character of Water in the Floridan Aquifer in Southern Peace River Basin, Florida, by M.I.
Kaufman and
N.P. Dion, 1967. Size: 26 x 31 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to 1 inch.

MS 28 2 $2.00











Drainage Basins in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, R.W. Pride, and C.S. Conover, 1967. Size: 19 x 25
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 29 2 $2.00
Water in Broward County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, and C.B. Sherwood, 1968. Size: 25 x 38 inches. Scale:
approximately 3-1/2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 30 2 $2.00
Surface Drainage Characteristics in Volusia County, Florida, by D.D. Knochenmus, 1968. Size: 25.5 x 32
inches. Scale: approximately 6 miles to 1 inch.

MS 31 OUT OF PRINT
Seasonal Variation of Streamflow in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, 1969. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 31 (Updated) 2 $2.00
Seasonal Variation of Streamflow in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, 1969, Updated 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 32 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Difference Between Rainfall and Potential Evaporation in Florida, by F.N. Visher and G.H. Hughes,
1969. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.


MS 32 (2nd ed.) 2 $2.00
The Difference Between Rainfall and Potential Evaporation in Florida, by F.N. Visher and G.H. Hughes,
Second edition, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 33 2 OUT OF PRINT
Generalized Distribution and Concentration of Orthophosphate in Florida Streams, by M.I. Kaufman, 1969.
Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 33 (Revised) $2.00
Generalized Distribution and Concentration of Orthophosphate in Florida Streams, by M.I. Kaufman, 1969,
Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 34 J OUT OF PRINT
Average Flow of Major Streams in Florida, by W.E. Kenner,
E.R. Hampton, and C.S. Conover, 1969. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 34 2 (Updated) $2.00
Average Flow of Major Streams in Florida, by W.E. Kenner,
E.R. Hampton, and C.S. Conover, 1969, Updated 1975. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 35 2 OUT OF PRINT
Color of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by
M.I. Kaufman, 1969. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 35 2 (Revised) $2.00
Color of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by M.I. Kaufman, 1969, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 36 OUT OF PRINT
Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1965, by R.W. Pride, 1970. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately
30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 36 (2nd ed.) R $2.00











Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1965, by R.W. Pride, Second Edition, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 37 2 OUT OF PRINT
The pH of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by
M.I. Kaufman, 1970. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 37 (Revised) Q $2.00
The pH of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by M.I. Kaufman, 1970, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x
22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 38 2 $2.00
Hydrologic Setting of Deer Point Lake Near Panama City, Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1970. Size: 34 x 23
inches. Scale: approximately 3/8 mile to 1 inch.


MS 39 2 $2.00
Hydrologic Factors Affecting the Utilization of Land for Sanitary Landfills in Northern Hillsborough County,
Florida, by J.W. Stewart and R.V. Hanan, 1970. Size: 34 x 24 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1
inch.

MS 40 OUT OF PRINT
Annual and Seasonal Rainfall in Florida, by G.H. Hughes, E.R. Hampton, and D.F. Tucker, 1971. Size: 18 x
22 inches. Scale: approximately 100 miles to 1 inch.

MS 41 2 OUT OF PRINT
Bouguer Anomaly Map of South Florida, by W.R. Oglesby and
M.M. Ball, 1971. Size: 23 x 26 inches. Scale: approximately 8 miles to 1 inch.

MS 42 2 OUT OF PRINT
Depth to Base of Potable Water in the Floridan Aquifer, by H. Klein, 1971. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 42 (Revised) OUT OF PRINT
Depth to Base of Potable Water in the Floridan Aquifer, by H. Klein, 1971, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 43 OUT OF PRINT
Temperature of Florida Streams, by W. Anderson, 1971. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 43 (Revised) H $2.00
Temperature of Florida Streams, byW. Anderson, 1971, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 44 2 $2.00
Ground Water in Lake County, Florida, by D.D. Knochenmus, 1971. Size: 36 x 23 inches, 5 fig.

MS 45 2 $2.00
Streamflow Variation and Distribution in the Big Cypress Watershed During Wet and Dry Periods, by H.J.
Freiberger, 1972. Size: 28 x 23 inches. Scale: approximately 7.5 miles to 1 inch.

MS 46 2 $2.00
Guide to Users of Ground Water in Bay County, Florida, by J.B. Foster, 1972, Size: 34.5 x 23 inches. Scale:
approximately 7 miles to 1 inch.

MS 47 2 OUT OF PRINT
Sea-Water Intrusion in the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Coastal Pasco County, Florida, 1969, by











R.C. Reichenbaugh, 1972. Size: 36 X 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 48 2 $2.00
A Hydrologic Description of Lake Thonotosassa Near Tampa, Florida, by R.C. Reichenbaugh and J.D.
Hunn, 1972. Size: 36 x 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 625 feet to 1 inch.

MS 49 2 $2.00
A Hydrologic Description of Lake Magdalene Near Tampa, Florida, by J.D. Hunn and R.C. Reichenbaugh,
1971. Size: 36 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 500 feet to 1 inch.

MS 50 2 $2.00
Land Use in the Big Cypress Area, Southern Florida, by
J.T. Armbruster, 1972. Size: 28 x 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 51 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Chemical Type of Water in Florida Streams, by
M.I. Kaufman, 1972. Size: 17.5 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 51 (Revised) $2.00
The Chemical Type of Water in Florida Streams, by M.I. Kaufman, 1972, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x
28 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 52 2 $2.00
Bouguer Anomaly Map of Northwest Florida and Adjacent Shelf, by S. Chaki and W.R. Oglesby, n.d.
Size: 23 x 32 inches.

MS 53 2 $2.00
The Shallow Aquifer of Southwest Florida, by H. Klein, 1972. Size: 23 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately
7.5 miles to 1 inch.

MS 54 2 $2.00
A Hydrologic Description of Lake Minnehaha at Clermont, Florida, by P.W. Bush, n.d. Size: 23 x 36
inches. Scale: approximately 1200 feet to 1 inch.

MS 55 2 $2.00
Quantity and Quality of Surface Water in Marion County, Florida, byW. Anderson and G.L. Faulkner, 1973.
Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 56 2 OUT OF PRINT
Top of the Floridan Artesian Aquifer, by R.O. Vernon, 1973. Size: 21.5 x 18.5 inches. Scale:
approximately 50 miles to
1.5 inches.

MS 57 2 $2.00
Bouguer Anomaly Map of the Florida Peninsula and Adjoining Continental Shelves, by W.R. Oglesby, M.M.
Ball, and S.J. Chaki, n.d. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 16 miles to 1 inch.

MS 58 2 OUT OF PRINT
Specific Conductance of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by L.J. Slack and M.I. Kaufman, 1973. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 58 (Revised) $2.00
Specific Conductance of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, by L.J. Slack and M.I. Kaufman, 1973,
Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
MS 59 2 $2.00
Encroaching Salt Water in Northeast Palm Beach County, Florida, by H.G. Rodis, 1973. Size: 24 x 35
inches. Scale varies.











MS 60 2 $2.00
Hydrology of Lake Tarpon Near Tarpon Springs, Florida, by
J.D. Hunn, 1974. Size: 24 x 37 inches. Scale: approximately 1400 feet to 1 inch.

MS 61 2 $2.00
The Anclote and Pithlachascotee Rivers as Water Supply Sources, by R.W. Coble, 1973. Size: 24 x 37
inches. Scales: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch and 2.5 miles to 1 inch.

MS 62 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water-Level Fluctuations of Lakes in Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1974. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 63 2 OUT OF PRINT
An Index to Springs of Florida, by J.C. Rosenau and G.L. Faulkner, 1974. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 63 (Revised) 2 $2.00
An Index to Springs of Florida, by J.C. Rosenau and G.L. Faulkner, 1974, Revised 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 64 2 OUT OF PRINT
Low Streamflow in Florida Magnitude and Frequency, by R.B. Stone, 1974. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 65 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Observation-Well Network of the U.S. Geological Survey in Florida, by H.G. Healy, 1974. Size: 17.5 x
22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 66 2 OUT OF PRINT
Surface Water Features of Florida, by L.J. Snell and W.E. Kenner, 1974. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 67 2 $2.00
Ground-Water Withdrawals in the Upper Peace and Upper Alafia River Basins, Florida, by A.F. Robertson
and L.R. Mills, 1974. Size: 25 x 29.5 inches. Scale: approximately 7 miles to 1 inch.

MS 68 2 $2.00
Recharge Areas of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County and Vicinity, Florida, by C.H. Tibbals, 1975.
Size: 24 x 29 inches. Scale: approximately 1 mile to 1 inch.

MS 69 2 $2.00
Hydrology of the Oklawaha Lakes Area of Florida, by P.W. Bush, 1974. Size: 24 x 37 inches. Scale:
approximately 4 miles to 1 inch.

MS 70 2 $2.00
Estimated Yield of Fresh-Water Wells in Florida, by
C.A. Pascale, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.


MS 71 $2.00
Terraces and Shorelines of Florida, by H.G. Healy, 1975. Size: 17 x 21 inches. Scale: approximately 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 72 2 OUT OF PRINT
River Basin and Hydrologic Unit Map of Florida, by C.S. Conover and S.D. Leach, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 73 2 $2.00











Potentiometric Surface and Areas of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 1974, by H.G.
Healy, 1975. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 74 2 $2.00
Thickness of the Potable Water Zone in the Floridan Aquifer, by L.V. Causey and G.W. Leve, 1976. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 75 2 $2.00
Nitrogen Loads and Concentrations in Florida Streams, by
L.J. Slack and D.A. Goolsby, 1976. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 76 2 $2.00
Program for Monitoring Surface-Water Quality in Florida, by L.J. Slack, 1977. Size: 20 x 24 inches.
Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 77 2 $2.00
Dissolved-Solids Concentrations and Loads in Florida Surface Waters, by J.E. Dysart and D.A. Goolsby,
1977. Size: 17 x 19 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 78 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Pensacola Sheet, by W. Schmidt, 1978. Size: 17 x 22 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 79 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Gainesville Sheet, by M.S. Knapp, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 80 2 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology Series Ft. Pierce Sheet, by E. Lane, M.S. Knapp, and T. Scott, 1980. Size: 22
x36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000.

MS 81 2 $2.00
Runoff from Hydrologic Units in Florida, by G.H. Hughes. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 82 2 $2.00
Chemical Quality of Water Used for Municipal Supply in Florida, 1975, by G.G. Phelps, 1978. Size: 17.5
x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.
MS 83 2 $2.00
Principal Uses of Freshwater in Florida, 1975, by G.G. Phelps, 1978. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 84 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Apalachicola Sheet, by W. Schmidt, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 85 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Orlando Sheet, by T.M. Scott, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 86 2 $2.00
Top of the Floridan Aquifer of Northwest Florida, by T. Kwader and W. Schmidt, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches.
Scale: 1:250,000.

MS 87 2 $2.00
Freshwater Use in Florida, 1975, by S.D. Leach, 1978. Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.











MS 88 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Valdosta Sheet, by M.S. Knapp, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 89 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Jacksonville Sheet, by T.M. Scott, 1978. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 90 g $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Tallahassee Sheet, by W. Schmidt, 1979. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 91 2 $2.00
Quality of Untreated Water for Public Supplies in Florida with Reference to the National Primary Drinking
Water Regulations, by R.W. Hull and G.A. Irwin, 1979. Size: 27 x 22 inches. Scale: 100 miles to 1 inch.

MS 92 2 $2.00
Top of the Floridan Aquifer of North Central Florida, by M.S. Knapp, 1979. Size: 35 x 23 inches. Scale:
1:500,000.

MS 93 2 $2.00
Environmental Geology Series Daytona Beach Sheet, by T.M. Scott, 1979. Size: 21 x 33 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 94 2 $2.00
Potential Subsurface Zones for Liquid-Waste Storage in Florida, by J.A. Miller, 1979. Size: 22 x 18 inches.
Scale: 50 miles to 1.5 inch.

MS 95 2 $2.00
Top of the Floridan Aquifer in the St. Johns River Water Management District, by T.M. Scott and M.
Hajishafie, 1980. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 8 miles to 1 inch.

MS 96 2 $2.00
Water Quality of Florida Springs, by L.J. Slack and J.C. Rosenau, 1979. Size: 34 x 17.5 inches. Scale:
50 miles to
1.5 inch.

MS 97 2 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology Series Tampa Sheet, by M.S. Knapp, 1980. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.

MS 98 2 OUT OF PRINT
Areas of Natural Recharge to the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by
J.W. Stewart, 1980. Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 99 2$2.00
Environmental Geology Series Tarpon Springs Sheet, by R. Deuerling, 1981. Size: 22 x 36 inches.
Scale: 1:250,000.

MS 100 2 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology Series West Palm Beach Sheet, by
E. Lane, 1980. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000.

MS 101 2 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology Series Miami Sheet, by E. Lane, 1981. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000.











MS 102 2 $2.00
Estimated Pumpage from Ground-Water Sources for Public Supply and Rural Domestic Use in Florida,
1977, by H.G. Healy, 1981. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 103 2 $2.00
Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach, 1982. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1
inch.

MS 104 R $2.00
Potentiometric Surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 1980, by H.G. Healy, 1982. Size: 22 x 17
inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 105 2 $2.00
Consumptive Use of Freshwater in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach, 1982. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 106 R $2.00
Estimated Irrigation Water Use in Florida, 1980, by R.M. Spechler, 1983. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 107 2 $2.00
Long-Term Streamflow Stations in Florida, 1980, by D.W. Foose and J.E. Sohm, 1983. Size: 22 X 17 inches.
Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 108 2 $2.00
Projected Public Supply and Rural (Self-Supplied) Water Use in Florida Through Year 2020, by S.D. Leach,
1984. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 109 2 $2.00
Wetlands in Florida, by P.S. Hampson, 1984. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.
MS 110 OUT OF PRINT Sinkhole Type, Development, and Distribution in Florida, by
W.C. Sinclair and J.W. Stewart, 1985. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 111 2 $2.00
Index Map of Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida Geological Survey, compiled by R.A.
Johnson, 1986. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: approximately 31 miles to 1 inch. (Included with IC-103).

MS 112 R $2.00
Geology and Waste Disposal in Florida, by P. Bond, 1987. Size: 30 x 40 inches. Scale: 50 mi to 15/16
inch.

MS 113 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Sumter County, Florida, by J.W. Yon,
R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer, 1988. Size: 29 x 19.5 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 114 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Hernando County, Florida, by J.W. Yon,
R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer, 1988. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 115 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Citrus County, Florida, by J.W. Yon,
R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer, 1988. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 116 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Levy County, Florida, by E. Lane, R.W. Hoenstine, J.W. Yon, and S.M. Spencer,
1988. Size: 27.5 x 30 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.











MS 117 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Marion County, Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, E. Lane, F. Rupert, J.W. Yon, and S.M.
Spencer, 1988. Size: 27 x 34 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 118 2 $2.00
Long-Term Stage Records of Lakes in Florida, 1987, by D.W. Foose, 1987. Size: 18 X 21 inches. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 119 2 OUT OF PRINT
Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 1985, by G.L. Barr, 1987. Size: 18 X
21 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 120 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Collier County, by J.W. Yon, S.M. Spencer, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane, 1988.
Size: 30 x 34 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 121 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Madison County, Florida, by S.M. Spencer, J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane,
1988. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch


MS 122 2 OUT OF PRINT
Runoff to Streams in Florida, by R.P. Rumenik, 1988. Size: 21 x 18 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 123 2 $2.00
Freshwater Withdrawals and Water-Use Trends in Florida, 1985, by R.L. Marella, 1989. Scale: 30 miles to
1 inch.

MS 124 $2.00
Ground-Water Sources and 1985 Withdrawals in Florida, by
C.S. Conover, J. Vecchioli, and D.W. Foose, 1989. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.

MS 125 $2.00
A Guide Map to Geologic and Paleontologic Sites in Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1989. Scale: approximately 20
miles to 1 inch.

MS 126 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, P. Bond, S.M. Spencer, and J.W.
Yon, 1989. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 127 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Flagler County, Florida by E. Lane, P. Bond, R.W. Hoenstine, S.M. Spencer, and
J.W. Yon, 1989. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 128 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Putnam County, Florida, by S.M. Spencer, R.W. Hoenstine, E. Lane, and J.W.
Yon, 1989. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 129 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Jefferson County, Florida, by P. Bond,
R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane, 1989. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 130 12 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Lee County, Florida, by E. Lane, T. Scott, R.W. Hoenstine, and J.W. Yon, 1990.
Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 131 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Alachua County, Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, J.W. Yon, E. Lane, and S.M.
Spencer, 1990. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.











MS 132 2 $2.00
Transmissivity and Well Yields of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by W.J. Andrews, 1990. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 133 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Clay County, Florida, by S.M. Spencer, J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane,
1991. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 134 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Union and Bradford Counties, Florida, by E. Lane, R.W. Hoenstine, F.R. Rupert, and
S.M. Spencer, 1991. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.
MS 135 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Hamilton County Florida, by S.M. Spencer, F. Rupert, R.W. Hoenstine, and E.
Lane, 1993. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.
MS 136 2 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Columbia County Florida, by E. Lane,
R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer, 1993. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 137 2 $2.00
Mineral Reources of Suwannee County, Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, S.M. Spencer, and E. Lane, 1993.
Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch.

MS 138 $2.00
Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 1990, by G.L. Barr, 1992. Scale: 30
miles to 1 inch.

MS 139 2 $2.00
Industrial Mineral Operations in Florida, by S.M. Spencer, 1993. (Included with IC-109). Scale: 25
miles to 1 inch.

MS 140 2 $2.00
Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May and June, 1995, by G.L. Mahon, A.A.
Sepulveda, and A.F. Choquette, 1997. Scale: 1:2,027,520.

MS 141 2 $2.00
Freshwater Withdrawals and Water-Use Trends in Florida, 1990, by R.L. Marella, 1997. Scale: 1:2,027,520.

MS 142 2 $2.00
Low Flow of Florida Streams, by A.F. Choquette, R.P. Rumenik, and J.W. Grubbs, 1997. Scale:
1:2,027,520

MS 143 2 $2.00
Irrigated Crop Acreage and Water Withdrawals in Florida, 1990, by R.L. Marella, 1997. Scale: 1:2,027,520.

MS 144 2 $2.00
Land Uses in the Ecosystem Management Areas of Florida, by
A.A. Sepulveda, 1999. Scale approx. 1:2,027,520

MS 145 2 $2.00
Freshwater Withdrawals and Water-Use Trends in Florida, 1995, by R. L. Marella, 2000. Scale: 1:2,027,520.

MS 146 2 $7.50**
Geologic Map of the State of Florida (large), by T.M. Scott, K.M. Campbell, F.R. Rupert, J.D. Arthur, R.C
Green, G>H> Means, T.M. Missimer, J.M. Lloyd, J.W. Yon, J.G. Duncan, 2001. Scale: 1:750,000.
**Includes OFR 80, Text to Accompany the Geologic Map of the State of Florida.












MS 147 1$2.00
Geologic Map of the State of Florida (small), by T.M. Scott, 2000, Scale approx. 1:4,224,000.


MS 148 NOT YET PUBLISHED

MS 149 $2.00
Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 2000, by R. L Marella and A.A.
Sepulveda, 2004, Scale approx. 1:2,027,520.

MS 150 H $2.00
State of Florida Geological Highway Map and Geoscience Resource Guide, by Jon Arthur, Paulette Bond,
Harley Means, Frank Rupert, and Tom Scott. GIS graphics by David Anderson and Clint Kromhout. Includes
57 sites of geologic interest plus a bibliography of selected field trip guidebooks. 2007; scale varied. Comes
folded 9" x 4" and opens to flat size of 39" x 27" (2 sided).





































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OFMS 1 J $2.00
Mines and Quarries Greater than 10 Acres in Size in the Suwannee River Water Management District,
1992, by M. Macesich, N. Martinez, M. Groszos, F. Rupert, and R. White. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 2 2 $2.00
An Isopach Map of the Hawthorn Group in the Suwannee River Water Management District, 1992, by M.
Groszos and F. Rupert. Scale: 1:250,000.


**All Florida county geologic maps may be found at:
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/geology/gisdatamapslindex.htm

OFMS 3 2.00
Geologic Map of Nassau County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 4 $2.00
Geologic Map of Duval County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 5 $2.00
Geologic Map of Clay County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 6 $2.00
Geologic Map of Putnam County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 7 $2.00
Geologic Map of Flagler County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 8 $2.00
Geologic Map of Volusia County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 9 $2.00
Geologic Map of Lake County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 10 $2.00
Geologic Map of Citrus County, Florida, by K. Campbell and T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 11 $2.00
Geologic Map of Levy County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 12 $2.00
Geologic Map of Alachua County, Florida, by T. Scott and K. Campbell, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.
OFMS 13 $2.00
Geologic Map of Marion County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1992. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 14 $2.00
Geologic Map of Escambia County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 15 $2.00
Geologic Map of Santa Rosa County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 16 $2.00
Geologic Map of Okaloosa County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 17 $2.00











Geologic Map of Walton County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 18 $2.00
Geologic Map of Washington County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 19 $2.00
Geologic Map of Bay County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 20 $2.00
Geologic Map of Calhoun County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 21 $2.00
Geologic Map of Franklin County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 22 $2.00
Geologic Map of Gadsden County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 23 $2.00
Geologic Map of Gulf County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 24 $2.00
Geologic Map of Holmes County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 25 $2.00
Geologic Map of Jackson County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 26 $2.00
Geologic Map of Liberty County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 27 $2.00
Geologic Map of Madison County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 28 $2.00
Geologic Map of Leon County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 29 $2.00
Geologic Map of Taylor County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 30 $2.00
Geologic Map of Wakulla County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 31 $2.00
Geologic Map of Jefferson County, Florida, by F. Rupert and
J.W. Yon, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 32 $2.00
Geologic Map of Hamilton County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 33 $2.00
Geologic Map of Su wannee Count y, F lorida, b y F. Rup ert, J. Llo yd, and K. Camp bell, 1 993. Sc ale:
1:126,720.

OFMS 34 $2.00
Geologic Map of Lafayette County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 35 $2.00
Geologic Map of Dixie County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 36 $2.00
Geologic Map of Gilchrist County, Florida, by F. Rupert and K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.











OFMS 37 $2.00
Geologic Map of Columbia County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 38 $2.00
Geologic Map of Baker County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 39 $2.00
Geologic Map of Union and Bradford County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 40 $2.00
Geologic Map of Sumter County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 41 $2.00
Geologic Map of Hernando County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 42 $2.00
Geologic Map of Pasco County, Florida, by J. Arthur, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.
OFMS 43 $2.00
Geologic Map of Seminole County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 44 $2.00
Geologic Map of Pinellas County, Florida, by J. Arthur and K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 45 $2.00
Geologic Map of Hillsborough County, Florida, by K. Campbell and J. Arthur, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 46 $2.00
Geologic Map of Polk County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 47 $2.00
Geologic Map of Orange County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 48 $2.00
Geologic Map of Osceola County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 49 $2.00
Geologic Map of Brevard County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 50 $2.00
Geologic Map of Manatee County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 51 $2.00
Geologic Map of Hardee County, Florida, by T. Scott and K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 52 $2.00
Geologic Map of Highlands County, Florida, by J. Arthur, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 53 $2.00
Geologic Map of St. Lucie County, Florida, by J. Duncan and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 54 $2.00
Geologic Map of Okeechobee County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 55 $2.00
Geologic Map of Indian River County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 56 $2.00
Geologic Map of Martin County, Florida, by J. Duncan and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 57 $2.00
Geologic Map of Sarasota county, Florida, by K. Campbell and











J. Arthur, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 58 $2.00
Geologic Map of DeSoto County, Florida, by J. Arthur, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.
OFMS 59 $2.00
Geologic Map of Charlotte County Florida, by T. Scott and T. Missimer, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 60 $2.00
Geologic Map of Glades County, Florida, by K. Campbell, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 61 $2.00
Geologic Map of Lee County, Florida, by T. Missimer and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 62 $2.00
Geologic Map of Hendry County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 63 $2.00
Geologic Map of Collier County, Florida, by J. Duncan, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 64 $2.00
Geologic Map of Broward County, Florida, by J. Duncan, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 65 $2.00
Geologic Map of Palm Beach County, Florida, by T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 66/1 $2.00
Sheet 1 Geologic Map of Monroe County, Florida, by J. Duncan, 1993. This map sheet includes the
mainland portion of Monroe County. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 66/2 $2.00
Sheet 2 Geologic Map of Monroe County, Florida, by J. Duncan, 1993. This map sheet includes the
Keys portion of Monroe County. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 67 $2.00
Geologic Map of Dade County, Florida, by J. Duncan, 1993. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 68 $2.00
Geologic Map of St. Johns County, Florida by T. Scott, 1994. Scale: 1:126,720.

OFMS 69 OFMS 82 $28.00/set
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use, by
K. Campbell, J. Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale 1:250,000. 14 map sheets, bound. Note: see individual
sheets listed below. Order individual sheets or bound set.

OFMS 69 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Pensacola Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell. J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 70 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Tallahassee Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.
OFMS 71 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Valdosta Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 72 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Jacksonville Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 73 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Apalachicola Sheet, (Note: No prime recharge











to aquifers of primary use in this area), 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.


OFMS 74 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Gainesville Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 75 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Daytona Beach Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell,
J. Lloyd, and
T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 76 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Plant City Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 77 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Orlando Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 78 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Tampa Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 79 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Fort Pierce Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J.
Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 80 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: West Palm Beach Sheet, compiled by K.
Campbell, J. Lloyd, and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 81 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Miami Sheet, compiled by K. Campbell, J. Lloyd,
and T. Scott, 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.

OFMS 82 $2.00
Generalized Prime Recharge for Aquifers of Primary Use: Key West Sheet, (Note: No prime recharge to
aquifers of primary use in this area), 1993. Scale: 1:250,000.
OFMS 83-01 83-07 $14.00/set
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Eastern Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995. 7
sheets, bound. STATEMAP. Note: see individual sheets listed below. Order individual sheets or bound
set.

OFMS 83-01 $2.00
Bedrock Geology of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by
R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.

OFMS 83-02 $2.00
Surficial Sediment Map of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by
R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.

OFMS 83-03 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section A-A' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.



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OFMS 83-04 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section B-B' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.


OFMS 83-05 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section C-C' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.

OFMS 83-06 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section D-D' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.

OFMS 83-07 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1995.

OFMS 83-08 83-12 $10.00
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Western Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1996. 5
sheets, bound.
Note: see individual sheets listed below. Order individual sheets or bound set.

OFMS 83-08 $2.00
Bedrock Geology of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by R.
Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1996.

OFMS 83-09 $2.00
Surficial Sediment Map of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Homestead Quadrangle, by
R. Green, and K. Campbell, 1996.

OFMS 83-10 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section A-A' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1996.
OFMS 83-11 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section B-B' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1996.

OFMS 83-12 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section C-C' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Homestead Quadrangle, by R. Green, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1996.

OFMS 84 2 $2.00
Top of Rock of the Floridan Aquifer System in the Suwannee River Water Management District, by D.
Allison, M. Groszos, and F. Rupert, 1995. Scale: 1:475,000

OFMS 85 NOT PUBLISHED

OFMS 86-01 86-08 $16.00/set
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Sarasota
Quadrangle, by R. Green, T. Scott, K. Campbell, J. Arthur, and G.H. Means, 1997. 8 sheets, bound.
STATEMAP. Note: see individual sheets listed below. Order individual sheets or bound set.

OFMS 86-01 $2.00
Geologic Map of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Sarasota Quadrangle, by R.
Green, K. Campbell, J. Arthur, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-02 $2.00
Surficial Sediments of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Sarasota Quadrangle, by
G.H. Means and R. Green, 1997.











OFMS 86-03 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section A-A' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-04 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section B-B' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-05 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section C-C' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-06 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section D-D' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-07 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section E-E' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.

OFMS 86-08 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section F-F' Through the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle, by R. Green, J. Arthur, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1997.
OFMS 87-01 87-08 $16.00/set
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Eastern Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000
Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott,
K. Campbell, and G.H. Means, 1998. 8 sheets, bound. STATEMAP. Note: see individual sheets listed
below. Order individual sheets or bound set.

OFMS 87-01 $2.00
Geologic Map of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Sarasota Quadrangle and the
Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green,
T. Scott, K. Campbell, and G.H. Means, 1998.

OFMS 87-02 $2.00
Surficial Sediments of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Sarasota Quadrangle and the
Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by G.H.
Means and R. Green, 1998.

OFMS 87-03 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section A-A' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1998.

OFMS 87-04 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section B-B' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T.Scott, 1998.

OFMS 87-05 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section C-C' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T.Scott, 1998.




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OFMS 87-06 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section D-D' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T.Scott, 1998.

OFMS 87-07 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section E-E' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1998.

OFMS 87-08 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section F-F' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Sarasota Quadrangle and the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, K. Campbell, and T. Scott, 1998.

OFMS 88-01 88-08 $16.00/set Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Eastern Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, G.H. Means, T. Scott, J.
Arthur, and K. Campbell, 1999. 8 sheets, bound. STATEMAP. Note: see individual sheets listed below.
Order individual sheets or bound set.

OFMS 88-01 $2.00
Geologic Map of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central
Florida, by R. Green,
G.H. Means, T. Scott, J. Arthur, and K. Campbell, 1999.

OFMS 88-02 $2.00
Surficial Sediments of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Arcadia Quadrangle, South-
Central Florida, by
G.H. Means and R. Green, 1999.

OFMS 88-03 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section A-A' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 88-04 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section B-B' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 88-05 $2.00
West-East Geologic Cross Section C-C' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 88-06 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section D-D' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 88-07 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section E-E' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 88-08 $2.00
North-South Geologic Cross Section F-F' Through the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale
Arcadia Quadrangle, South-Central Florida, by R. Green, T. Scott, and G.H. Means, 1999.

OFMS 89 $4.00
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Northern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Crestview
Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida, by G.H. Means, R.C. Green, J.R. Bryan, T.M. Scott, K.M. Campbell,
M.M. Gaboardi, and J.D. Robertson, 2000, 2 sheets. STATEMAP.











OFMS 90 $4.00
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Southern Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Crestview
Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida, by G.H. Means, R.C. Green, J.R. Bryan, T.M. Scott, K.M. Campbell,
M.M. Gaboardi, and J.D. Robertson, 2000, 2 sheets. STATEMAP.

OFMS 91 $4.00
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Western Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Marianna Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida, by G.H. Means, R.C. Green, J.R.
Bryan, T.M. Scott,
K.M. Campbell, M.M. Gaboardi, and J.D. Robertson, 2000, 2 sheets. STATEMAP.

OFMS 92 $4.00
Surficial and Bedrock Geology of the Eastern Portion of the
U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 Scale Marianna Quadrangle, Northwestern Florida, by R.C. Green, W.L. Evans, J.R.
Bryan, and D.T. Paul, 2003, 2 sheets. STATEMAP.

OFMS 93 $4.00
Geologic Map of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S. 1: 100,000 Scale Gainesville Quadrangle, Northern
Florida, by W.L. Evans, R.C. Green, J.R. Bryan, and D. T. Paul, 2004, 2 sheets. STATEMAP.

OFMS 94 $4.00
Geologic Map of the Eastern Portion of the U.S.G.S.1:100,000 scale Gainesville Quadrangle, Northern
Florida, by R.C. Green, W.L. Evans III, D.T. Paul, and T.M. Scott,2005, scale 1:100,000 2 sheets.
STATEMAP.


OFMS 95 2 $2.00
Florida Springs Protection Areas, by T.H. Greenhalgh and A.E. Baker, 2005 1 sheet.



OFMS 96 is not yet published

OFMS 97 2 $4.00
Geologic Map of the Western Portion of the U.S.G.S.1:100,000 scale Lake City Quadrangle, Northern
Florida,by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, W.L. Evans III, T.M. Scott,and S.B. Petrushak, 2006, scale 1:100,000, 2
sheets. STATEMAP.

OFMS 98 2 $4.00
Geologic map of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. Perry 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northern Florida [3
plates], by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, S.B. Petrushak, C. Kromhout, and T.M. Scott, 2007, scale 1:100,000,
STATEMAP. Includes Open File Report 91, Text to accompany geologic map of the eastern portion of the
U.S.G.S. Perry 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northern Florida, by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, and T.M. Scott,
2007, 32 p.


OFMS 99 .a $4.00
Geologic map of the western portion of the U.S.G.S. Perry 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northern Florida [3 plates],
by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, D.J. Wagner, C. Kromhout, and T. M. Scott, 2008, scale 1:100,000, STATEMAP.
Includes Open File Report 92, Text to accompany geologic map of the western portion of the U.S.G.S. Perry
30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northern Florida, by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, and T.M. Scott, 2008, 35 p.

OFMS 100. $4.00 Geologic map of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. Ocala 30 x 60 minute quadrangle,
north-central Florida [3 plates], by R.C. Green, C.P. Williams, D.T. Paul, C. Kromhout, and T.M. Scott, 2009,
scale 1:100,000, STATEMAP. Includes Open File Report 93, Text to accompany geologic map of the eastern portion
of the U.S.G.S. Ocala 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, north-central Florida, by R.C. Green, C.P. Williams, D.T. Paul,
C. Kromhout, and T.M. Scott, 2009, 28 p.
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OPEN FILE REPORTS


Open File Reports (OFR) present the results of geologic investigations in an informal format and may
serve as interim reports of ongoing projects.


OFR 1 I OUT OF PRINT The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, Part I: The Geology of the
Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, by
T.M. Scott, 1982, 45 p., 14 fig., appendix. (Updated by Report of Investigations 94)

OFR 2 2 OUT OF PRINT Dissertations and Theses on Geology Completed at Florida Universities,
compiled by M.A. Cleveland, 1983, 36 p. (Updated by Special Publication 39)

OFR 3 2 $2.00 Notes on the Geology of Walton County, by W. Schmidt, 1984, 23 p., 3 pl.

OFR 4 2 OUT OF PRINT
An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, 1984, 228 p., 28 fig., 9 tables. (Updated by
Special Publication 27)

OFR 5 2 $2.00 Geology of Citrus County, Florida, by S. Spencer, 1984, 18 p., 3 fig.

OFR 6 2 $2.00 Geology of Hillsborough County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 20 p., 3 fig.

OFR 7 OUT OF PRINT
Geology of Sumter County, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 12 p., 4 fig. (Updated by Report of Investigations
98)

OFR 8 2 $2.00
St. Vincent Island (St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge), by K.M. Campbell, 1984 (rev.), 18 p., 5 fig.

OFR 9 2 $2.00 Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 11 p., 2 fig.

OFR 10 12 $2.00
Geology of Sarasota County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 15 p., 6 fig.

OFR 11 $2.00 Geology of DeSoto County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 13 p., 4 fig.

OFR 12 2 $2.00 Geology and Groundwater of Madison County, by R.W. Hoenstine and S.M. Spencer,
1986, 15 p., 4 fig.
OFR 13 2 $2.00 Geology of Polk County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 14 p., 4 fig.

OFR 14 2 $2.00 Status of Phosphatic Clay Waste Disposal, by J.W. Yon, 1983, 30 p., 13 fig.

OFR 15 2 $2.00 The Lithostratigraphy of Nassau County in Relation to the Superconducting
Supercollider Site Investigation, by T.M. Scott, 1987, 56 p., 16 fig., 2 tables.

OFR 16 2 $2.00 Geology of Union County, Florida by F. Rupert, 1987, 13 p., 3 fig.

OFR 17 2 $2.00
Geology of Bradford County, Florida by F. Rupert, 1987, 14 p., 3 fig.











OFR 18 2 $2.00 The Geology and Geomorphology of Gilchrist County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1988, 10
p., 4 fig.


OFR 19 2 $2.00 Geology and Geomorphology of Levy County, Florida, by
F.R. Rupert, 1988, 18 p., 3 fig.


OFR 20 2 $2.00 Leon Sinks Special Interest Area, by E. Lane, 1988, 5 p.


OFR 21 2 $2.00 Geologic Interpretation of the Aquifer Pollution Potential in Alachua County, Florida, by
M. Macesich, 1988, 25 p., 3 fig.


OFR 22 2 $2.00 The Geology of Wakulla Springs, by F.R. Rupert, 1988, 18 p., 5 fig.


OFR 23 2 $2.00 Florida Caverns State Park, Jackson County, Florida, by W. Schmidt, 1988, 7 p., 1 fig.


OFR 24 2 $2.00 The Geology of Flagler County, Florida, by J.D. Arthur, 1988, 13 p., 3 fig.


OFR 25 $2.00 The Geology of Collier County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1988, 14 p., 4 fig.

OFR 26 2$2.00
Stratigraphic Correlation of Outcrop Gamma Ray Profiles in Florida, by R.A. Johnson, 1989, 29 p., 16 fig.


OFR 27 $2.00
The Geology of Hamilton County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1989, 5 p., 2 fig.


OFR 28 $2.00
Heavy-Mineral Reconnaissance off the Gulf Coast of Northwest Florida, by the Florida Geological Survey,
1988, 66 p.

OFR 29 2 $2.00
Characterization of the Sediments Overlying the Floridan Aquifer System in Alachua County, Florida, by R.
Green, J. Duncan, T. Seal, J.M. Weinberg, and F. Rupert, 1989, 114
p.

OFR 30 2$2.00
Summary of the Geology of Glades County, Florida, by
K.M. Campbell, 1990, 11 p., 4 figures.


OFR 31 $2.00
A Brief Overview of Miocene Lithostratigraphy Northern Florida and Eastern Georgia, by T.M. Scott,
1990, 6 p.

OFR 32 2 $2.00
The Geomorphology and Geology of Calhoun County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1990, 7 p.


OFR 33 $2.00
The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrogeology of Baker County, Florida, by P. Bond, 1990, 16 p.


OFR 34 2$2.00
The Geology and Geomorphology of Florida's Coastal Marshes, by F.R. Rupert and J.D. Arthur, 1990,
13 p.











OFR35 $2.00
Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resources Potential of Surficial Sediments Offshore of Cape Canaveral,
Florida, by B.W. Nocita, P. Kohpina, L.W. Papetti, M.M. Olivier, A.E. Grosz, S. Snyder, K.M. Campbell, R.C.
Green, and T.M. Scott, 1990, 55 p.


OFR36 ,2 $2.00
The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Group of Peninsular Florida, by T.M. Scott, 1990, 12 p.


OFR37 2 $2.00
Core Drilling Project: Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties, by
R.C. Green, K.M. Campbell, and T.M. Scott, 1990, 44 p.

OFR38 2 $2.00
Licensing of Geologists in Florida: A Result of the Population/ Development Explosion and Political
Environmental Awareness, by W. Schmidt, 1990, 5 p.
OFR39 2 $2.00
Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resource Potential of Holocene Sediments Offshore of Florida, Cape
Canaveral to the Georgia Border: Phase I, by B.W. Nocita, L.W. Papetti, A.E. Grosz, and K.M. Campbell,
1991, 107 p.


OFR40 ,2 $2.00
Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by E. Lane, 1991, 11 p. (Updates Information Circular 93)


OFR 41 2 $2.00
Radon Potential Study, Alachua County, Florida: Near-Surface Stratigraphy and Results of Drilling, by
K.M. Campbell and T.M. Scott, 1991, 42 p.


OFR42 2, $2.00
A Gamma-Ray Profile Investigation of the Upper Pleistocene Miami Limestone of South Florida, by R.A.
Johnson, 1991, 15 p.


OFR43 32 $2.00
The Geomorphology and Geology of Liberty County, Florida, by
F.R. Rupert, 1991, 9 p.


OFR44 2, $2.00
Florida's Oil and Gas Reserves for 1991, by C.H. Tootle, 1991, 8 p.

OFR 45 2 $2.00
The Geomorphology and Geology of Dixie County, Florida, by
F.R. Rupert, 1991, 6 p.


OFR46 2 $2.00
The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrogeology of Lafayette County, Florida, by J.D. Arthur, 1991, 10 p.


OFR47 2 $2.00
Lithology and Palynology of Cave Floor Sediment Cores from Wakulla Spring, Wakulla County, Florida, by
F. Rupert, 1991, 9 p.


OFR48 2 $2.00
Lithologic Variation in the Miami Limestone of Florida, by R.A. Johnson, 1992, 26 p.

OFR 49 NOT PUBLISHED











OFR 50 2 $2.00 OUT OF PRINT
A Geological Overview of Florida, by T.M. Scott, 1992, 78 p.

OFR 51 $2.00
Geomorphology, Geology, and Hydrogeology of the Savannas State Reserve, Martin and St. Lucie
Counties, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1992, 8 p.

OFR 52 $2.00
Editorial Preparation of Florida Geological Survey Publications, by E. Lane, 1992, 29 p.

OFR 53 $2.00
Guidelines for Authors, by E. Lane, 1992, 42 p. (Updates Special Publication 23).

OFR 54 $2.00
Carbonate Units of the Intermediate Aquifer System in the Suwannee River Water Management District, by
M. Groszos,
R. Ceryak, D. Allison, R. Cooper, M. Weinberg, M. Macesich,
M.M. Enright, and F. Rupert, 1992, 22 p.

OFR 55 $2.00
Neutron Log Signature of the Pliocene Tamiami Formation in Brevard and Indian River Counties, East-
Central Peninsular Florida, by R.A. Johnson, 1993, 22 p.

OFR 56 2 $2.00
Sarasota County Intermediate Aquifer System Core Drilling and Analysis, by K.M. Campbell, T.M. Scott,
R. Green, and
W.L. Evans, III, 1993, 21 p.

OFR 57 $2.00
An Overview of Florida Marine Mining and Marine Oil and Gas Production Regulations, by C.B. Garrett,
1993, 5 p.

OFR 58 2 $2.00
Florida Sinkhole Index, by S.M. Spencer and E. Lane, 1994, 18 p.

OFR 59 $2.00
Geomorphology and Geology of Escambia County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1993, 6 p.

OFR 60 6 $2.00
The Geology of Warm Mineral Springs, Sarasota County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1994, 7 p.

OFR 61 $2.00
Lithostratigraphic and Hydrostratigraphic Cross Sections Through Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties,
Southwest Florida, by R. Green, J.D. Arthur, and D. DeWitt, 1995, 26 p., 6 plates.

OFR 62 2 $2.00
Core Drilling and Analysis: City of Sarasota, Downtown Well Field (revised), by K.M. Campbell, T.M. Scott,
and R.C. Green. 1995, 16 p.


OFR 63 2$2.00
A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of Panhandle Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1994, 11 p.

OFR 64 $2.00
Microfossil Sample Preperation and Techniques, by R.W. Hoenstine, 1996, 20 p., 9 fig.


OFR 65 2$2.00
A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of the Northern Florida Peninsula, by F.R. Rupert, 1994, 12 p.












OFR 66 2$2.00
A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of Southern Florida, by T.M. Scott and F.R. Rupert, 1994, 12 p.

OFR 67 $2.00
Topographic Maps: Useful Tools for the Florida Fossil Hunter, by F.R. Rupert, 1995, 11 p.
OFR 68 NOT PUBLISHED

OFR 69 $2.00
A Geological Investigation of the Offshore Area Along Florida's Central East Coast: Year 1, by H.
Freedenberg, R. Hoenstine,
Z.Q. Chen and H. Williams, 1995, 97 p.

OFR 70 $2.00
The Geomorphology and Geology of Taylor County, Florida, by
F.R. Rupert, 1996, 7 p.

OFR 71 $2.00
Economic Geology of the Heavy Mineral Placer Deposits in Northeastern Florida, by H. Elsner, 1997,
137 p.


OFR 72 $2.00
Geologic and Geotechnical Assessment for the Evaluation of Sinkhole Claims. (reprint from Insurance
Study of Sinkholes, Chapters V and VI, 1992) 1997. 40 p.

OFR 73 $2.00
Open-Ocean Water Level Datum Planes for Monumented Coasts of Florida, by J.H. Balsillie, J.G. Carlen,
and T.M. Waters, 1998, 92 p.

OFR 74 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Jackson County, Florida, by S.M. Spencer and J.M. Lloyd, 1999, 15 p.

OFR 75 $2.00
Mineral Resources of Escambia County, Florida, by S.M. Spencer, E. Lane, and R.W. Hoenstine,
1999, 14 p.

OFR 76 $2.00
Annotated Bibliography of Mercury Studies Related to the Environment and Geologic Setting of Florida,
by P. Bond, 1998, 56 p.

OFR 77 NOT PUBLISHED

OFR 78 2 $2.00
Volumetric Beach and Coastal Erosion Due to Storm and Hurricane Impact, by J.H. Balsillie, 1999,
37 p.

OFR 79 $2.00
Sticky Grain Occurrences in Sieving, by J.H. Balsillie, W.F. Tanner, and H.K. Williams, 1999, 16 p.

OFR 80 2 $2.00
Text to accompany the Geologic Map of Florida (MS 146), by
T.M. Scott, 2001, 29 p. Included with $7.50 price of MS 146.

OFR 81 $2.00
Lithostratigraphic and Hydrostratigraphic Cross Sections Through Levy-Marion to Pasco Counties,
Southwest Florida, by
J.D. Arthur, R.A. Lee and L. Li, 2001, 31 p.

OFR 82 NOT PUBLISHED












OFR 83 0 $2.00
Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery Geochemical Study: Year Three Progress Report, by J.D. Arthur, J.B.
Cowart, and A.A. Dabous, 2001, 52 p.

OFR 84 $2.00
Moment Versus Graphic Measures in Granulometry, by J.H. Balsillie, A.A. Dabous, C.T. Fischler,
2002, 86 p.


OFR85 0 OUT OF PRINT
First Magnitude Springs of Florida, byT.M. Scott, G.H. Means, R.C.
Means and R.P. Meegan, 2002,138 p.

OFR 86 Q $2.00
Geology of Suwannee County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 2003, 9 p.


OFR 87 $2.00
A New Type of Sieve Shaker: The Meinzer II, A Comparative Study with Rotap Technology, by J.H.
Balsillie and A. A. Dabous, 2003, 93 p.


OFR 88 $2.00
A Mechanically Simple and Low Cost Subaqueous Surface Sediment Sampler, by J.H. Balsillie, 2003, 9 p.


OFR 91 Q Free
Text to accompany geologic map of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. Perry 30 x 60 minute quadrangle,
northern Florida (Open File Map Series 98), by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, and T.M. Scott, 2007, 32 p.


OFR 92 Q Free
Text to accompany geologic map of the western portion of the U.S.G.S. Perry 30 x 60 minute quadrangle,
northern Florida (Open File Map Series 99), by R.C. Green, D.T. Paul, and T.M. Scott, 2008, 35 p.

OFR93 Q Free
Text to accompany geologic map of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. Ocala 30 x 60 minute quadrangle,
north-central Florida (Open File Map Series 100), by R.C. Green, C.P. Williams, D.T. Paul, C. Kromhout,
and T.M. Scott, 2009, 28 p.

OFR 94 Not yet published


OFR 95 Q $2.00
Geology of Washington County, Florida, by F. R. Rupert and G. H. Means, 2009, 16 p.








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POSTER 1 I Out of Print
Florida Minerals. Nine illustrations of five Florida minerals, by FGS staff, color, 23.5" X 18."

POSTER 2 2 Out of Print
Selected Cenozoic Benthic Foraminifera from Florida, compiled by F. Rupert. 25" X 20."

POSTER 3 2 Free
Florida's Fossil Mammals. Illustrates reconstructed skeletons of large Miocene-Pleistocene mammals, with
text, by F. Rupert, black and white, 18.5" X 24."

POSTER 4 2 Out of Print
Common Cenozoic Echinoids from Florida. Illustrates 22 fossil echinoid species, by R. Portell, C. Oyen and
F. Rupert, black and white, 22.5" X 35."

POSTER 5 OUT OF PRINT
Florida's Hydrogeologic Environment by P. Bond, 1992. Illustrates the hydrogeology of karst terrane, with
text. Color, 34" X 22."
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Florida's Hydrogeologic Environment by P. Bond, 2002. Illustrates the hydrogeology of karst terrane, with
rev. text and rev. color, 34" X 22."

POSTER 6 2 Free
Earth Systems: The Foundation of Florida's Ecosystems, by E. Lane and F. Rupert, 1996. Color, 40" X 60."

POSTER 2 FREE
Geologic History of Florida, by L. Hatchett, 2000, Color, 25" X 37."

POSTER 8 2 Free
Protecting Florida's Springs by P. Bond, 2002. Same artwork as Poster 5 rev., illustrating the
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POSTER 9 2 Free
Florida's Industrial Minerals: Making Modern Life Possible compiled by S. Spencer and F. Rupert, 2003,
Color, 22"X37".

POSTER 10 2 Free
Land Use and Spring Protection, by P. Bond, 2003, Color, 23" X 35 '.

POSTER 11 2 Free
Florida's Sinkholes, by F. Rupert and S. Spencer, 2004, Color, 22" X 34'.

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Florida's First Magnitude Springsheds, by T. Greenhalgh, 2003, Color, 25" X 37 '.

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REPORTS OF INVESTIGATIONS

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RI 1 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water in Seminole County, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1934, 14 p.

RI 2 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water in the Lake Okeechobee Area, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1933, 31 p.

RI 3 OUT OF PRINT
The Dolomitic Limestones of Florida, by R.H. Hopkins, 1942, 105 p.

RI4 2 OUT OF PRINT
Interim Report on the Investigations of Water Resources in Southeastern Florida with Special Reference
to the Miami Area in Dade County, by G.G. Parker, G.E. Ferguson, and
S.K. Love, 1944, 39 p., 9 pl.

RI 5 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground Water Conditions in Orlando and Vicinity, by A.G. Unklesbay, 1944, 61 p., 11 fig., 2 tables.

RI6 R OUT OF PRINT
Geology and Ground Water of the Fort Lauderdale Area, Florida, by R.C. Vorhis, 1948, 32 p., 12 pl.

RI 7 $4.00
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 R.C. Heath and W.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
H.M. Peek, 1951, 12 p., 5 fig.

RI 8 $4.00
Eleven Archaeological Sites in Hillsborough County, Florida, by R.B. Bullen, 1952, 84 p., frontispiece, 24
fig., 6 tables.

RI 9 R $4.00
Miscellaneous Studies, 1953. (1) Dissolved Phosphorus in Florida Waters, by H.T. Odum, 40 p., 9 fig., 7
tables; (2) Petrology of Eocene Limestones In and Around the Citrus-Levy County Area, Florida, by A.G.
Fischer, 70 p., 15 fig., 6 tables.

RI 10 J2 $4.00
Ground Water of Central and Northern Florida, by H.H. Cooper, W.E. Kenner and E. Brown, 1953, 37 p.,
23 fig.

RI 11 $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of the Naples Area, Collier County, Florida, by H. Klein, 1954, 64 p., 15 fig., 7
tables.
RI 12 $4.00
Ground Water Resources of Pinellas County, Florida, by R.C. Heath and P.C. Smith, 1954, 139 p., 21 fig.,
5 tables.

RI 13 2 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
The Avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation, by P. Brodkorb, 1955, 59 p., 2 pl., 8 tables.

RI 15 2 $4.00 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Highlands County, Florida, by E.W. Bishop,
1956, 115 p., 12 fig., 11 tables.

RI 16 2 $4.00
Miscellaneous Studies, 1958. (1) Geology of the Area In and Around the Jim Woodruff Reservoir, by C.W.
Hendry, Jr. and
J.W. Yon, Jr., 52 p., 8 fig.; (2) Phosphate Concentrations Near Bird Rookeries in South Florida, by E.H.
Lund, 16 p., 1 fig., 5 tables; (3) An Analysis of Ochlockonee River Channel Sediments, by E.H. Lund and
P.C. Haley, 9 p., 3 tables.

RI 17 2 $4.00
Biscayne Aquifer of Dade and Broward Counties, Florida, by
M.C. Schroeder, H. Klein, and N.D. Hoy, 1958, 56 p., 24 fig.

RI 18 H $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1958, 99 p., 1 pl., 46 fig., 7 tables.

RI 19 2 $4.00
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 Placid Area, Highlands
County, Florida, by F.A. Kohout and
F.W. Meyer, 1959, 40 p.

RI 20 2 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1959, 96 p., 47 fig.,
7 tables.

RI 22 2 $4.00
The Ground-Water Resources of Volusia County, Florida, by
G.G. Wyrick, 1960, 65 p., 30 fig., 3 tables.

RI 23 $4.00
Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Martin County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, 1960, 149 p.,
RI 24 2 $4.00
(1) Hydrologic Conditions in the Vicinity of Levee 30, Northern Dade County, Florida, by H. 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 Operation in the Snake Creek Canal, Miami, Florida, by F.A. Kohout and
S.D. Leach, 1964, 49 p., 22 fig.

RI 25 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meredith, and W.S. Wetterhall,
1961, 101 p., 52 fig., 6 tables.

RI 26 9 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida, by J.T. Barraclough, 1962, 91 p., 45 fig., 7 tables.











RI 28 2 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Aquifers and Quality of Ground Water Along the Gulf Coast of Western Florida, by J.T. Barraclough and
O.T. Marsh, 1962, 28 p., 12 fig.

RI 30 2 $4.00
Reconnaissance of the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Columbia County, Florida, by F.W. Meyer,
1962, 73 p., 19 fig., 8 tables.

RI 31 2 $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of Collier County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, 1962, 82 p., 29 fig., 5 tables.

RI 32 2 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Hydrology of Brooklyn Lake Near Keystone Heights, Florida, by W.E. Clark, R.H. Musgrove, C.G. Menke,
and J.W. Cagle, Jr., 1963, 43 p., 26 fig., 2 tables.

RI 34 2 $4.00
Geohydrologic Reconnaissance of Pasco and Southern Hernando Counties, Florida, by W.S. Wetterhall,
1964, 28 p., 7 fig., 5 tables.

RI 35 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida, by W.E. Clark, R.H. Musgrove,
C.G. Menke and J.W. Cagle, Jr., 1964, 170 p., 92 fig., 14 tables.
RI 36 2 $4.00
Hydrology of the Biscayne Aquifer in the Pompano Beach Area, Broward County, Florida, by G.R. Tarver,
1964, 47 p., 24 fig., 4 tables.

RI 37 i $4.00
Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Glades and Hendry Counties, Florida, by H. Klein, M.C.
Schroeder, and W.F. Lichtler, 1964, 101 p., 33 fig., 8 tables.

RI 38 2 $4.00
Possibility of Salt-Water Leakage from Proposed Intracoastal Waterway Near Venice, Florida Well Field, by
W.E. Clark, 1964, 33 p., 11 fig., 3 tables.

RI 39 2 $4.00
Reconnaissance of Springs and Sinks in West-Central Florida, by W.S. Wetterhall, 1965, 42 p., 5 fig.

RI 40 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough,
and R.G. Grantham, 1965, 102 p., 46 fig., 1 table.

RI 41 2 $4.00
Water Resources of the Econfina Creek Basin Area in Northwestern Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.B.
Foster, and
L.G. Toler, 1965, 51 p., 28 fig, 2 tables.

RI 42 2 $4.00
Hydrology of 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 2 $4.00
Ground Water in Duval and Nassau Counties, Florida, by
G.W. Leve, 1966, 91 p., 22 fig., 8 tables.

RI 44 2 $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of Polk County, by H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1966, 170 p., 36 fig., 14 tables.

RI 45 H $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Fluoride in Water in the Alafia and Peace River Basins, Florida, by L.G. Toler, 1967, 46 p., 20 fig., 2
tables.

RI 47 2 $4.00
Hydrologic Effects of Area B Flood Control Plan on Urbanization of Dade County, Florida, by F.A.
Kohout and
J.H. Hartwell, 1967, 61 p., 24 fig., 7 tables.

RI 48 2 $4.00
Analysis of the Water-Level Fluctuations of Lake Jackson Near Tallahassee, Florida, by G.H. Hughes,
1967, 25 p., 16 fig., frontispiece, 2 tables.

RI 49 2 $4.00
Hydrologic Effects of Ground-Water Pumpage in the Peace and Alafia River Basins, Florida, 1934-1965, by
M.I. Kaufman, 1967, 32 p., 10 fig., 14 tables.

RI 50 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Orange County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler,
W. Anderson, and B.F. Joyner, 1968, 150 p., 62 fig., 14 tables.

RI 51 2 $4.00
Chemical Quality of Waters of Broward County, Florida, by
R.G. Grantham and C.B. Sherwood, 1968, 52 p., 16 fig., 3 tables.

RI 52 $4.00
Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Baker County, Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1968, 24 p., 9
fig., 3 tables.

RI 53 2 $4.00
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 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Northeast Florida (St. Johns River Basin and Adjacent Coastal Areas), by L.J. Snell
and W. Anderson, 1970, 77 p., 34 fig., 9 tables.

RI 55 2 $4.00
Ground-Water Resources of the Lower Hillsboro Canal Area, Southeastern Florida, by H.J. McCoy and J.
Hardee, 1970, 44 p., 21 fig., 3 tables.

RI 56 $4.00
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 $4.00
Evaluation of Quantity and Quality of the Water Resources of Volusia County, Florida, by D.D.
Knochenmus and M.E. Beard, 1971, 59 p., 22 fig., 8 tables.











RI 58 2 $4.00
Seepage Beneath Hoover Dike, Southern Shore of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1971, 98
p., 41 fig., 9 tables.

RI 59 2 $4.00
The Shallow-Aquifer System in Duval County, Florida, by
R.W. Fairchild, 1972, 50 p., 15 fig., 10 tables.


RI 60 2 $4.00
Hydrologic Effects of Water Control and Management of Southeastern Florida, by S.D. Leach, H. Klein,
and E.R. Hampton, 1972, 115 p., 47 fig., 12 tables.

RI 61 2 $4.00
Appraisal of Water Resources in the East Central Florida Region, by W.F. Lichtler, 1972, 52 p., 11 fig.,
7 tables.

RI 62 2 $4.00
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 JR OUT OF PRINT
Hydrology of Western Collier County, Florida, by J. McCoy, 1972, 32 p., 11 fig., 3 tables.

RI 64 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrologic Conditions in the Lakeland Ridge Area of Polk County, Florida, by A.F. Robertson, 1973, 54 p.,
23 fig., 6 tables.

RI 65 2 OUT OF PRINT
Water Resources of Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood, H.J. McCoy and C.F. Galliher, 1973, 141
p., 64 fig., 7 tables.

RI 66 2 $4.00
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Appraisal of the Water Resources of Eastern Palm Beach County, Florida, by L.F. Land, H. G. Rodis and
J.J. Schneider, 1973, 40 fig., 5 tables.

RI 68 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrogeologic Aspects of a Proposed Sanitary Landfill near Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by R.N. Cherry and
D.P. Brown, 1974, 8 fig., 3 tables.

RI 69 2 $4.00
The Shallow Fresh-Water System of Sanibel Island, Lee County, Florida, with Emphasis on the Sources
and Effects of Saline Water, by D.H. Boggess, 1974, 52 p., 23 fig., 2 tables.

RI 70 2 $4.00
Indicators of Organic Contamination in Plantation Canal, Broward County, Florida, 1971-72, by T.N. Russo,
1974, 38 p., 18 fig., 8 tables.

RI 71 2 OUT OF PRINT
Chemical and Biological Conditions of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, 1969-72, by B.F. Joyner, 1974, 94 p., 8
fig., 19 tables.

RI 72 2 $4.00
Hydrologic Concepts of Artificially Recharging the Floridan Aquifer in Eastern Orange County, Florida A
Feasibility Study, by D.D. Knochenmus, 1975, 14 fig., 2 tables.











RI 73 2 $4.00
Water Balance of Lake Kerr A Deductive Study of a Landlocked Lake in North-Central Florida, by G.H.
Hughes, 1974, 49 p., 18 fig., 6 tables.

RI 74 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrologic Consequences of Using Ground Water to Maintain Lake Levels Affected by Water Wells Near
Tampa, Florida, by J.W. Stewart and G.H. Hughes, 1974, 41 p., 20 fig., 2 tables.


RI 75 2 OUT OF PRINT
Evaluation of Hydraulic Characteristics of a Deep Artesian Aquifer from Natural Water-Level Fluctuations,
Miami, Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1974, 32 p., 9 fig., 2 tables.

RI 76 2 $4.00
Water Resources of Walton County, Florida, by C.A. Pascale, 1974, 65 p., 28 fig., 8 tables.

RI 77 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Resources of the Hollywood Area, Florida, by
H.W. Bearden, 1974, 35 p., 17 fig., 3 tables.

RI 78 2 OUT OF PRINT
Appraisal of the Water Resources of Charlotte County, Florida, by H. Sutcliffe, Jr., 1975, 53 p., 18 fig.,
13 tables.

RI 79 2 $4.00
Summary of Hydrologic Conditions and Effects of Walt Disney World Development in the Reedy Creek
Improvement District, 1966-73, by A.L. Putnam, 1975, 115 p., 30 fig., 13 tables.

RI 80 OUT OF PRINT
Water Resources of Indian River County, Florida, by L.J. Crain, G.H. Hughes, and L.J. Snell, 1975, 75
p., 38 fig., 4 tables.

RI 81 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrology of Three Sinkhole Basins in Southwestern Seminole County, Florida, by W. Anderson and G.H.
Hughes, 1975, 35 p., 15 fig.

RI 82 2 OUT OF PRINT
Hydrologic Effects of the Tampa Bypass Canal System, by
L.H. Motz, 1975, 42 p., 22 fig., 4 tables.

RI 83 2 OUT OF PRINT
Ground-Water Resources of DeSoto and Hardee Counties, Florida, by W. E. Wilson, 1977, 102 p., 1 pl.,
42 fig., 10 tables.

RI 84 2 $4.00
The Highland Heavy-Mineral Sand Deposit on Trail Ridge in Northern Peninsular Florida, by E.C. Pirkle,
W.A. Pirkle, and
W.H. Yoho, 1977, 50 p., 5 fig., 12 tables.

RI 85 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Geology of the Western Part of Alachua County, Florida, by K.E. Williams, D. Nicol, and A.F. Randazzo,
1977, 98 p., 22 fig.

RI86 2 OUT OF PRINT
Regional Structure and Stratigraphy of the Limestone Outcrop Belt in the Florida Panhandle, by W. Schmidt
and C. Coe, 1978, 25 p., 15 fig.

RI 87 2 $4.00
The Geology and Water Resources of the Upper Suwannee River Basin, Florida, by R. Ceryak, M.S.









Knapp, and T. Burnson, 1983, 165 p., 58 fig., 3 tables.


RI 88 I2 OUT OF PRINT
The Limestone, Dolomite and Coquina Resources of Florida, by W. Schmidt, R.W. Hoenstine, M.S.
Knapp, E. Lane, G.M. Ogden, Jr., and T.M. Scott 1979, 64 p., 13 fig., 5 maps.

RI 89 2 OUT OF PRINT
Stratigraphy and Oil Potential of the Lower Cretaceous Sunniland Formation in South Florida, by A.V.
Applegate and
F.A. Pontigo, Jr., 1984, 40 p., 20 fig., 3 tables.

RI 90 OUT OF PRINT
The Sand and Gravel Resources of Florida, by T.M. Scott, R.W. Hoenstine, M.S. Knapp, E. Lane, G.M.
Ogden, Jr., R. Deuerling, and H.E. Neel, 1980, 41 p., 6 fig., 4 tables.

RI 91 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Hawthorn Formation of Central Florida Part I: Geology of the Hawthorn Formation in Central Florida,
by T.M. Scott and P.L. MacGill; Part II: Characterization, Evaluation, and Beneficiation of Central Florida
Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation, by W.H. Eddy, B.E. Davis, and G.V. Sullivan, 1981, 107 p., 10
fig., 12 tables.

RI 92 2 $4.00
Shallow Stratigraphy of Okaloosa County and Vicinity, Florida, by M.W. Clark and W. Schmidt, 1982, 28
p., 19 fig.

RI 93 2 $4.00
Biostratigraphy of Selected Cores of the Hawthorn Formation in Northeast and East-Central Florida, by R.W.
Hoenstine, 1984, 68 p., 16 fig., 1 table, 13 pl.

RI 94 2 $4.00
The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida Part I: The Geology of the Hawthorn Formation of
Northeastern Florida, by T.M. Scott; Part II: Characterization and Beneficiation of the Northeastern Florida
Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation, by B.E. Davis, G.V. Sullivan, and T.O. Llewellyn, 1983, 90 p., 17
fig., 5 tables. (Updates Open File Report 1)


RI 95 $4.00
Heavy Mineral Reconnaissance Off the Coast of the Apalachicola River Delta, Northwest Florida, by J.D.
Arthur, J. Applegate, S. Melkote, and T.M. Scott, 1986, 61 p., 24 fig., 2 tables.

RI 96 2 OUT OF PRINT
An Investigation of the Geology, Hydrogeology, and Hydrochemistry of the Lower Suwannee River
Basin, by J.J. Crane, 1986, 205 p., 74 fig., 14 tables.

RI 97 2 OUT OF PRINT
Petrogenesis of Early Mesozoic Tholeiite in the Florida Basement and An Overview of Florida Basement
Geology, by
J.D. Arthur, 1988, 39 p., 12 fig., 7 tables.

RI 98 2 $4.00
Geology of Sumter County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1989, 28 p., 17 fig. (Updates Open File Report 7)

RI 99 $4.00
Reappraisal of the Geology and Hydrogeology of Gilchrist County, Florida, with Emphasis on the
Wacassassa Flats, by N. Col, F. Rupert, M. Enright, and G. Horvath, 1997, 76 p.

RI 100 $4.00
Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery Geochemical Study: Year One & Year Two Progress Report, by H.
Williams, J. B. Cowart and J. D. Arthur, 2002, 131 p.












RI 101 NOT YET PUBLISHED


RI 102 NOT YET PUBLISHED

RI 103 $4.00
High Resolution Sea-Level History for the Gulf of Mexico Since the Last Glacial Maximum, by J.H. Balsillie
and J.F. Donohue, 2004, 65 p.

RI 104 R $4.00
Wekiva Aquifer Vulnerability Assessmentby J.R. Cichon, A.E. Baker, A.R. Wood, and J.D. Arthur, 2005, 36
p.

RI 105 NOT YET PUBLISHED

RI 106 NOT YET PUBLISHED

RI 107 .2 $4.00
A Sedimentological Analysis of Sea grass Bed Substrate from Bay County, Florida, by D.C. Phelps, M.M.
Lachance, and J.G. Sparr, 2007. CD format only.




































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SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS


Special Publi cations (SP) c ontain ge ologic a nd re lated informa tion of s significant inte rest to th e
scientific c community and the ge neral publ ic. The y may inc lude topic al c ompiltions from
conferences or symposiums.

SP 1 OUT OF PRINT
A Provisional Gazeteer of Florida Place-Names of Indian Derivation Either Obsolescent or Retained
Together with Others of Recent Application, by J.C. Simpson, 1956, 158 p., 5 maps.

SP2 2 OUT OF PRINT
Contributions to Florida Vertebrate Paleontology: Paper 1 A New Species of Osteoborus From the Bone
Valley Formation of Florida, by S. J. Olsen, 1956, 5 p.; Paper 2 The Skull of Leptarctus ancipidens From
the Florida Miocene, by S.J. Olsen, 1958, 11 p.; Paper 3 Description of a Beryciform Fish from the
Oligocene of Florida, by D.H. Dunkle, and S.J. Olsen, 1959, 20 p.; Paper 4 Fossil Birds From Alachua Clay
of Florida, by P. Brodkorb,1963, 17 p.

SP3 y OUT OF PRINT
A List, Bibliography, and Index of the Fossil Vertebrates of Florida, by C.E. Ray, 1957, 175 p.

SP 4 OUT OF PRINT
Bibliography and Index of Articles Relating to the Ground-Water Resources of Florida, 1861-1955, by A.B.
Unklesbay,
R.C. Heath, and H.M. Peek, 1959, 104 p.

SP 5 OUT OF PRINT
Summary of the Geology of Florida and a Guidebook to the Classic Exposures, by H.S. Puri and R.O.
Vernon, 1959, 255 p., 11 fig., 11 pl., 4 tables.

SP 5 2 (Revised) OUT OF PRINT
Summary of the Geology of Florida and a Guidebook to the Classic Exposures, by H.S. Puri and R.O.
Vernon, Revised 1964, 312 p., 37 fig., 11 pl., 4 tables.

SP6 U OUT OF PRINT
Fossil Mammals of Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1959, 74 p., 13 fig., 14 pl.

SP 7 OUT OF PRINT
An Investigation of the Darby and Hornsby Springs Sites, Alachua County, Florida, by E.M. Dolan and
G.T. Allen, Jr., 1961, 124 p., 10 fig., 16 pl., 1 table.

SP 8 2 OUT OF PRINT
Rocks and Minerals of Florida, A Guide to Identification, Occurrence, Production and Use, by E.W.
Bishop and L.L. Dee, Jr., 1961, 40 p., 25 fig., 1 map.

SP 8 (Revised) OUT OF PRINT
Guide to Rocks and Minerals of Florida, by E. Lane, (revised) 1987, 61 p., 23 fig., 13 maps.

SP 9 OUT OF PRINT
Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, by
C. Babcock, 1962, 79 p., 7 fig., 9 tables.
SP10 y2 OUT OF PRINT
Fossil Vertebrates of Vero, Florida, by R.D. Weigel, 1962, 58 p., 6 fig., 5 tables.
SP 11 OUT OF PRINT
Index to Water Resources Data-Collection Stations in Florida, 1961, prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, 1964, 168 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.

SP 12 U OUT OF PRINT
Vertebrate Fossil Localities in Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1965, 28 p., 11 fig. ,













SP 13 OUT OF PRINT
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 2 OUT OF PRINT
Adventures in Geology at Jackson Bluff, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1965, 14 p., 7 fig.

SP 15 OUT OF PRINT
The Dollar Bay Formation of Lower Cretaceous (Fredericksburg) Age in South Florida, Its Stratigraphy and
Petroleum Possibilities, by G.O. Winston, 1971, 99 p., 14 fig., 20 tables.

SP 16 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology and Hydrology, Tallahassee Area, Florida, prepared by the Bureau of Geology,
1972, 61 p.

SP 17 OUT OF PRINT
Proceedings, Seventh Forum on Geology of Industrial Minerals, April 28-30, 1971, H.S. Puri, editor,
1972, 228 p.

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

SP 19 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology and Hydrology, Tampa Area, Florida, by A.P. Wright, 1974, 94 p.


SP 20 2 OUT OF PRINT
Geologic Framework of the High Transmissivity Zones in South Florida, by H.S. Puri and G.O. Winston,
1974, 101 p.

SP 21 2 OUT OF PRINT
The Geothermal Nature of the Floridan Plateau, D.L. Smith and G.M. Griffin, editors, 1977, 161 p., 34 fig.,
12 tables.
SP 22 $4.00
Florida: The New Uranium Producer, by J.W. Sweeney and S.R. Windham, 1979, 13 p., 2 fig., 3 tables.
SP 23 OUT OF PRINT
Guidelines for Authors with Comments for Editorial Reviewers, by E. Lane, 1980, 47 p., 8 fig., 2 tables.
Updated by OFR 53.

SP 24 OUT OF PRINT

Catalogue of Type Invertebrate Fossils at the Bureau of Geology, by G. Shaak, 1980, 32 p.

SP 25 OUT OF PRINT
Miocene of the Southeastern United States, Proceedings of a Symposium Held December 4-5, 1980,
Tallahassee, Florida,
T.M. Scott and S.B. Upchurch, eds., 1982, 319 p., 102 fig., 9 plates.

SP 26 OUT OF PRINT
The Florida Bureau of Geology, Past, Present, and Future, by R.W. Hoenstine and S. Weissinger, 1983,
49 p., 8 fig., 4 tables.


SP 27 2 $4.00
An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, K.M. Campbell, and T.M. Scott, 1986, 51
p., 28 fig., 9 tables. (Updates Open File Report 4).












SP 28 2 $4.00
Hydrogeological Units of Florida, compiled by SEGS Ad Hoc Committee, 1986, 8 p., 1 table. (Photocopy).


SP 29 2 OUT OF PRINT
Karst in Florida, by E. Lane, 1986, 100 p., 59 fig., 4 tables. (Photocopy).

SP 30 OUT OF PRINT
Geologic Descriptions of Selected Exposures in Florida, by
R.A. Johnson, 1989, 175 p.

SP 31 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the Ocala Area, Florida, by E. Lane and R.W. Hoenstine,
1991, 71 p.


SP 32 2 $4.00
Florida's Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program, Hydrogeological Framework, edited by T.M.
Scott, J.M. Lloyd, and G.L. Maddox, 1991, 97 p., 77 fig., 2 tables.

SP 33 2 OUT OF PRINT
Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the Gainesville Area, Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine and E.
Lane, 1991, 70 p., 41 fig., 8 tables.

SP 34 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida's Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program, Background Hydrogeochemistry, edited by G.L.
Maddox,
J.M. Lloyd, T.M. Scott, S.B. Upchurch, and R. Copeland, 1993, 364 p.

SP 35 2 OUT OF PRINT
Florida's Geological History and Geological Resources, edited by E. Lane, 1994, 76 p.


SP 36 2 OUT OF PRINT
Plio-Pleistocene Stratigraphy and Paleontology of Southern Florida, edited by T.M. Scott and W.D.
Allmon, 1992, 194 p.

SP 37 $4.00
The Neogene of Florida and Adjacent Regions: Proceedings of the Third Bald Head Island Conference on
Coastal Plains Geology, edited by V. Zullo, W.B. Harris, T.M. Scott, and R.W. Portell, 1993, 112 p.

SP 38 NOT PUBLISHED

SP 39 2 $4.00
Bibliography and Index of Graduate Theses and Dissertations on Florida Geology Through 1991 Including
Selected Abstracts, compiled by A.N. Jordan and D.E. Mekeel, 1995, 298 p. (Updates Open File Report 2)

SP 40 OUT OF PRINT
William F. Tanner on Environmental Clastic Granulometry, compiled by J.H. Balsillie, Chief editor: W.F.
Tanner, 1995, 142
p.

SP 41 $4.00
Shore-Breaking Wave Height Transformation, by J.H. Balsillie, and Wavelength and Wave Celerity During
Shore-Breaking, by J.H. Balsillie, 2000, 40 p.

SP 42 $4.00
The Florida Geological Survey: An Illustrated Chronicle and Brief History, by E. Lane, 1998, 70 p.











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Seasonal Variation in Sandy Beach Shoreline Position and Beach Width, by J.H. Balsillie, and Open-Ocean
Water Level Datum Planes: Use and Misuse in Coastal Applications, by J.H. Balsillie, 1999, 60 p.

SP 44 2 $4.00
Geololgical Assessment: The Foundation of Understanding the "Bucket" that Contains Our Precious Water
Resources, byW. Schmidt and T.M. Scott, 1999, 42 p.

SP 45 $4.00
On the Breaking of Nearshore Waves, by J.H. Balsillie, and Shore-Breaking Wave Energetics, by J.H.
Balsillie, 1999, 183 p.

SP 46 12 $4.00
The Wakulla Springs Woodville Karst Plain Symposium Transactions, October 9, 1998, compiled by W.
Schmidt, J. M. Lloyd, and C. Collier, 2000, 179 p.,

SP 47 2 $4.00
Spring Creek Submarine Springs Group, Wakulla County, Florida, by Ed Lane, 2001,34 p.

SP 48 $4.00
Annotated and Illustrated Bibliography of Marine Subaqueous Sand Resources of Florida's Gulf of Mexico,
1942 -1997, by J.
H. Balsillie and R. R. Clark, 2001, 253 p.

SP 49 2 $4.00
Geology and Hydrology of Lee County, Florida, ed. By T.M. Missimer and T.M. Scott, 2001, 230 p.

SP 50 H $4.00
Guidebook to the Correlation of Geophysical Well Logs within the St. Johns River Water Management
District, by J. Davis,
R. Johnson, D. Boniol and F. Rupert, 2001, 114 p.

SP 51 2 $5.00
Workshop to Develop Blue Prints for the Management and Protection of Florida's Springs Proceedings,
compiled by R. DeHan, Ocala, Fl., May 8-9, 2002. CD format only.


SP 52 2 $4.00
Florida Spring Classification System and Spring Glossary, compiled by R. Copeland, 2003, 17 p.
Also see insert with corrections and additions.

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Significance of Caves in Watershed Management and Protection in Florida -- Workshop Proceedings,
April 16-17, 2003, Ocala, FL, compiled by R. DeHan. CD format only.

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Aquifer Storage Recovery IV: Science, Technology, Management and Policy Proceedings, Tampa, FL,
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Wakulla Springs Scientific Symposium, May 13, 2004, Tallahassee, FL. Hosted by Florida Geological
Survey and co-sponsored by Springs Initiative of DEP. CD format only.

SP 57 2 $5.00
Geological and Geotechnical Investigation Procedures for Evaluation of the Causes of Subsidence Damage
in Florida, compiled by Walt Schmidt, 2005, Online only.










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4th Annual Hydrogeology Consortium Workshop:
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Tallahassee, FL. CD format only.


















































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Adamrn, JK.
SP 17
Aggregam Sew: Sand and gravel]
Alachum CMay
ARf3)
SP 2(4)
Alichum County
GeoloWg MS 79W OFMS 12;
OFR 21,29,41; RI 85: SP 33
GeomnorphaToa AR 3: SP 33
MkFwrnl remaixoes IC 4S: MS 131
Palootlogy B 10: SP 2.7
,Wer renurces IC 3I.43;
OFR 21,2a; R 36, SP 7M3
Alafa River Bamin
MS 67
R 46,49
Aaqwa Crwk VWky
B 12
Alen, GT., Jr.
SP 7
Alioan, .
OFMS 84
OFR 54
Almon, W.D.
SP 3M
Akim Bluff
OFR
Alum Bluff Omur
B 14
Andca River
MS 61
Andnrs, R.B,
Ice
Andraron, D-S.
P14
Andef W.
IC 41,47,82
La
MS 24,43,43(ro.),55
RI 50.54.81


KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

AR AIuWM Reort
B Biluin
BR WMiui R p Rt
IC Irtannutban Cimular
L LAfklt
WS map Sero
OFMS Open FIle Map Series
OFR Open FIlamRepor
NI1 Rport of Inwvntigattion
IP Speial Rfrt

rev. Rnvied *d ison
(#) Part number of a publlcalon


A.unIwa, W.J.
MS 132
Apabclicida Embymnent
B 5
A liola River
AR 1011t(1).11 11(3)
Aplmhaioda River Dela
RI 95
ApOl gate, A.
IC 101,104
RI I
Appegate, J.
RI B5
Aqiuiw iorwge d recover (ASR)
OFR 83
RI 100
SP 54
Aquftern
1C 33.86
MS 1$,53
OFR 54,5,81B
SP 28,44.54

RI B
Armbrtalrw, J.T,
MuS 60
Armatrong, C.J.
1C 87
Artdlin D[4 aMhO: aquifrs;
grnumatwr supply]
AR 3(3),(3),2340)
IC 4,10,21,33,48,52,81 j0,
73,75,B5
MS 4,56,73
RI 7,21,76
Artlur, J.D.
MS 146
OFMS 42.44.45,52.S7.58,8.B
88
OFR 24,34,48561,81.83
RF 956.97 .100.104
SP S4
AMlnric coal
OFR 38.39,89
Auca Rinr AR 9(3)
Avifiuns [Sw: Bird]

B

BabCOCk, C.
IC 42,46,49.,54.60,83.O6,
71.0
SP 9.16
Back,W.
SP 17
Baker, A.E.
OFM9US
RI 104
BOker County
Geology MS 8; OPMS 3a;
OFR 33


Gomnorphalagy OPFR 33
VterW reaouce IC 20~
OFR 33; RI 52,87
Bald IHIad Ilrd CronfUur
SP37
B1ll, M.M.
MS 41,57
Balsfe, J.H.
OFR 73'76,79.87,88
RI 103
SP40,4,143,4, 48,
Banks. J.E.
6P21(2)
Barr, G.L
MS 119.138
Burrado(gh, J.T.
IC 5.30,34,50
L3
MS 26
RI 27.29.40
Beaement geology
SB55
IC N8
RI97
BAlM, R.L
sp 17
Bay Couaty
Gelogy B 57,5: L13. MS 9O;
OFMS 19
MinerS reouref SP 48
Vwft rews~un IC t57
MS 10.38,46d RI 41
BeadmG
AR 19(3),2122(4)
B ?
OFR 7a
RI 1101
SP 41,43,48
Bewd M.E.
RI 57
Seiaren, H.W
IC 77
RI 2,.77
Beck, K.C.
SP 17
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AR 15(3)
Baom B.J.
IC 13,18.37
RI 32
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AR (2),21)22{5)

SP 39,48
Big CypeM
Land ue MS 0
WMaerhed MS 45
Biolirabphy [SP0 ,awtirphY1

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fifyne Aqatr
FU 11.17,38
Bihop. E W
R1 15
Spa
6ogge9 D.H.
IC 62,75
RIOB
SP 49
SBlw, RP.
BR 15,14,17
MS 112.126,127.120
OFR 4,33,76
P 5,5r.y,6.10
SP27
Baoe VAley Fornwion
RI 14
SP 2(1)
Boniml, D,
SP s0
Bouguer anoly
MS 41.52.67
Boulder zone
SP20
"ojle, J.R.
IC 94,95,S.W7,99
Bradld Couwnrty
Geokgy MS 79Ml : OFMUS 3:
OFR 17
Minral mouren C 10 0; MS 134
S4Is AR7(4)
Vhwe reiuma IC 38 43 RI 35
Bradley, WF.
SP17
Bread Counrty
GeSlogy B 64; MS 508.;W
OPMS 4 OPFR FtW RI 101
Mineral reduce OFR 36
VMd3r mrourmi B 84;
IC 11,32; MS 17,25; RI 28
BrIdgM, W.C.
IC 79
SP1i
Brodma, P.
RI14
SP 2f4)
Brook"y Lake
RI33
Browrd Caunty
Gely MS 100; OFMS 64
VMtur reoure IC 77; LS;
MS 29; RI 6.17,20,36,51,
65560,770,
Brown, DP.
RIMB
Brown, D.W.
IC 11,16,32
R1 29
Brown. E,
IC 7.11
RI 10
Byan, J.R.
OFMS 89,91.91i2
Bte., 3.F.
SIP 17
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BuleMn R.B,.
RI 8
Bumann, T.
RI 87
Bush. PW,
MS 64,0


Bymr, W.C.
AR 7(3)

C

Cagl. J.W., k.
1C 386,43
RI 33$I5
CasansowCujy
Geaiagy B 58; MS WO
OFMS 20; OFR 32
Geiomrphology OFR 32
PawotogyB 5
Vwter W eOrc IC 57: MS 10; RI 41
COlwmahflwcqe Rhw
B 40 IC 62
Clver, J.L.
B39
102I
MS8
Campbll. KM.
IC 102
L 11.13
MS 140
OFNMIS 10,11,12,1,19,2024,
27.29,33,34.35.36,40.41,
44.45,SO,51,S7.6O,6,70.,
71.72,73.74,75.T,77,78,T79.0,81
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37,341,41,5, g62
RI 96
SP 27
Caiin, J.3.
OFR73
Carer, R.E.
SP 17
Cathcart. J.B.
MS 2
Csuum, L.V
MS 74
Ca-ne
L10
OFR 23,47
SP 53
Cenomic 8 27
Cerydf. R.
OFR 54
RI87
Child. S.J.
MS 52,57
Chariott County
Geology 0 43; MS 7,00.10 0;
OFMS 59
Mkwme rewce SP 46
Palariaslogy 043
WtArw rounu IC 53: RI 76


ChfalIt H-blor
843
Chen, C.S.
B45
Chien ZQ.
OFR 69
Ctieny. R.N.
iC 26
L 0
MS 20
RI 42,56,68
Cthpo wt Fminnl
853
ChIliamb vmncntraan
IC 16;MS 12.20
Cthctawhatchee Fmnation
POllS 3,40,13
CON0heaw tw Rver
AR 10/11 (3)
COoquit, AF
MS 140,142
Ccthon, J.R.
RI 104
Clrum County
GODIgy B 33; MS 09
OFMS 10; OFR 5.81; RI 9!(2
HytdiogAlWogy OFR 51
Mineral toouvro IC 106,
RI 0(2); MS 115
Pakeonlogy B 35
Water esoumes L 9
ClaQ, FIG.
AR 2(1)
CObri, M.W
B 57
RI 92
Clark, R.R.
SP 48
clrk, W.E.
IC 38,43
RI 7(1).33,35,38
Clay Courny
Golofgy MS 89,g3; OFMS 5
Mimn raouce IC 46,100, MS 133
Water resures IC 35.3,,43;
RI 3,33
CIaya
AR 15(3)
IC 2,40
OFR 14
Clevelw, M.A.
OFR 2
CQastal stucn
Datum planes OFR 73;SP 43
Eroson OFPR 78
MharhEa OPR 34
Plaine SP 37
Wate resource RI 54
WaVn SP 41,46
Cobe, R.W,

Coe, C.

Col. N.,
RIt 63
Calblrt, E.H.
B 10(3)





Cobe, WS.,
8 502),16,19,20,2,25
Coa C,
SP 48
Cor Counrty
Geokgy L 12; MS 100,101;
OFM3 3; OFR 2537
Minerl rMWoesw MS 120; SP418
Petroleum IC 104; RI 8S
tr emsources IC 29, 1;
OFR 37, RI 11,31,63
Column County
Geology MS fM; OFMS 37; RI 30
Geomowphoklogy AR 3
Mmnral reures MS 136
VWater sources RI 30
Cornductnce [Sen: Sp cM
Conductance]
MSS58
Congsleb B.
SP 17
Conowr. C.S.
SP 13
MS 26.34.34re),72,124
Conrad, G.M.
B 22(1)
Contlninauuon [w: Polluton]
Cooke. C.W.
AR 20(2)
B 17,27.29
Cooper, H.H., .k
IC 3
RI 7r~, 10
Cooper, R.
OFR 54
Copeland, R.E.
B 66
SP 32,34,52
Coquina
RI B
Corat,,
B 53,56

IC 103
MS 111
OFR 37.%S.62
Coulo, PA
SP 17
Cowart, J.,.
SP 21 M)
OFR O3
RI 100
Co., N.H.
B2
Cram. L.J.

Crana, JJ
RI 96

ICa RI87; S 15
Crook, J.W.
IC 32.30
R1 2. 28
Cio's. B.
RI 101


Cudrmn,. J.A.
AR 12(5),13(3)
5490
Cyprel$ domes
AR23/24(3)

D
DeoosA. A.A,
OFR 83A?
RI 101
Da Caotty
GeoMMy MS 101; OFMS 67.83-7-
i5-12: ;OFIR 48
fler reeoureon IC 9; RI 4, 17, 24,
45,47,60,66,75
D13try Sp.ng
SP 7
DElum planes
OFR 73
DMais, B.E.
RI 91(2),94{2)
Dvis, D.R.
IC 7
Davs .J.
SP s
Davis, J.H., Jr.
B 25,30
Dec, L.L., Jr.
SP8,17
Deer PoFln Lahe
MS 38
DeMlan, R.
SP 51, 53
De$olft County
Geology MS 60.07: OFMS 68:$7:
OFR 11
Water rasumean IC 53; RI 83
Da9uia, C.H.
SP 17
Deueroi. R.
MS 99
RI 90
Deur, G.R., Jr.
SP 17
DeWitL D.
OFR 61
Diatomacmaou emar
AR 23/24(4)

AIR 2324(i)
CDdWy. J4-R.
AR 7(3)
Dion, N.P.
IC 53
MS 27
Diney Vfrld [Sew Valt imney Workd
Di aohled salkda
MS 14,77
Dime CGeoly
Geology B 40: Ms 79;
OFMS 365 OFR 45
Qeomoqpholkgy OFR 45
Dolan, E.M.
SP7
Dollar B~ Fornmllo
Sp is


Doellone
IC 104
RI 3MB
DwontmueJ. F.
RI 10O
Drinaga bmaina
MS 28
Drought

DuBar, J-R.
B 40.43
Durtm, J.
064
MS 140
OFMS W3,.6,63,64,66,67
OFR29
Dunes
823
Dunkdle, .H.
BP2(3)
Dunnellon Formation
AR (3)
Duv"l CouWty
Geology IC e4;MS ,9:OFMS 4
Watr resource IC 6S.64,82,
L6:RI 43.50
DysmatJ.E.
MS 77

E

Ealhqcuaht
IC 93
OFR 40
Eat omst [Sw: Atmdtc coasq
Eas Glades Arcagmumr Alre



Econbrm Crek boan
IC 57
MS 10
RM41
Ecosystw manamgeoet ame
MS 144
e0F.. WH.
RI 91(2
Elecickal o ~odud&nc (Sm:
Sp clfc condulctanco]

AR 5(2).12(3).17(3)
B32
Etnew, H.
OFR 71
Ei .Iph N.M. [Sn ao: MrtlrZ,N.]
OFR .4
RI 9g
Environmental geology
MS 78.79,.80. B45,B584,9.,
3,97,W 9100,11r
SP1 10,1.31,3
Eomen
Fossils AR21/22(5);B35
Straltigphy B 46
Petrology RI 9(2)
64





EuaSmb Cunty
Gog, 8 48; MS 78;
OFMS 14; OFR S
Geomorphology OFR 50
innial Remaonmm OFR 75: SP 48
Pakt4eum IC 107
VMer maesW IC 30,60,74,
L 3; MS 26; RI 40
Essig, D.F., Jr.
IC 78

Evuan, WL.
604
OFR S6
OFMS 92
Evappalio- potential
MS 32
Eveiadea fSe alsuo South Plikdl
AR 12(4)
825
Erowee [8* Ms mo Outtvopa]
SP 5,W


F

Fair PoinI Peinsula
RI 7
Fakchld. R.VW
RI 59
Fa"rg WMahs Sklat R6 lion Area
L1I
FaKnW, G.L.
B 31(RevW.)
MS 55,63
Fmgiuson, G-E.
B 31
RI4
FRkld, O.W
SP 17
FIcher, A.G.
B34(2)
RI F{2)
Fischler, C.
RI 101
Fish
SP 2(3)
Fl aglr Coumly
Geology MS 93: OFMS 7;
OFR 24: RI 32
Mineral Mouro MS 127
Muflr urces C 1 3,37.39; RI 32
Flippo, H.N., Jr.
RI 53
Flood control
RI 47
FInodca
IC 17,79
FFfa Burnu Geology lee:
Fort da 0e0og10 l Suryl
Floie C.mre SUate Prki
LIO
OFR 23


Flridc Geological Sury
BR 12,13,14,15,16,17J,1,19,20.21
L 15,17
SPo, 42
Florik Key
L 14

MS 16
Alacdm Couly OFR 29
Brevard County B 64;MS 17
Cherica chdracdmrilic MB 27
Chloide MS 12
fllnofi l VK MS 14
Econnak Creek bn MS 10
Flumide MS 11,23
Hadrdn of water MS 13
Hi*tbceugh Coamty MS 9
Orange Camy R 72
Panhande MS 10,11,230e
Peace Rkar bein MS 27
Penirtuler Floride MS B2.95
Potme waMlr MS 42,74
Po fnttlmN ic ftu e MS 4,
404.119 .13,140
Recharge MS 68.98;FB 72
Seldimren OFR 29
Semina*t Cotily MS 5,68
Sawamene Ri" YaWr
Manege mnI DNldd OFMS 84
Top ofa MS S,,.2.SZS; OFMS 84
WatMw quality MS 9,10I, 17
Floddan PWMeau
SP 21
Fluoride
MS 11,23
RI 46,40
F am, O.W
MS 107,118,124
ForarIiera
AR 12().13(3)
B 4.5(20.9.a 18,19
Fofla [Sm Pm ]
Foamtr, J.l
IC 32,35.57.67,74
MS A
R 28,41
Fountain, R.C.
8P17
Franlin Caonty
Geoogy B5; L 13; MS 84;
OFMS21: OFR 8
Mirnel reummc SP 48
FrmedWnberg. H.
OFR 69
RI 101
Frberger, H.J.
MS 45
Freelwmnsr
MS 70,83,87.105,123,141. 145
FUtr, WR.
3P21(0)
Fuler's amth
AR 2(3).4(3)
Furlw, J.W.
SP17


G

Gaiardi, MM.
OFMS 89
Gadsden County
Geoey 6 e2; MS 0; OFUS 22.

Gemariholgy B 10,26
Mineral reourm AR 2(3)
VyMwrrMuroe IC 79
GMNher, C,F,
RI S
Grnmn ray prIuies
OFR 2B,42, 81
Owner. J.
114
Gamar, T.
SP17
Garrtt, G.B.
OFR 57
Gstropods
B 3,12,14,1$


SP34
RI 100

Geography

North Fcorifa AR 6(4)
SouNh FlkddAR 10(2)
Gualogic nw of Florida
MS 118,148147: OFR SW
Geological cmlo Ams
OFR 01, 81
Geological hNlery
SP 35
Geological ources
MS 125
SP 35
Geologistl
Lkicensng OFR 38
Geology of Florida
B29
MS 3,1,14e,147

SPS.39,4,
Geomrphology
B 4t,51
OFR 16
Gophysiul eplormte
Gamewn ray OFR 26.42
JackBonvib IC 64
Nmln bIbgs OFR 5

OFR 31
Gehemnne
SP 21
Gchrit County
Geology 5 40; MS ;9:
OFMS 36; OFR 18: RI GO
Geaomuplugy OFR 18
Was risour RI S9
Gledn Courty
Geology MS I,100;
OFMS 0o.88a OFR 30. RI 37
YtMer mourume IC -W RI 37,71





GocdUy D.A.
IC 58.74.82
MS 75.77
GoudarTc G.H.
SP17
Grrmham. R.G.
IC 50 L 3.5
RI 40.45,51
OFR 29,31 37,5*. 61,02
Grnulomty
SP40
Gravel [34, Band ard -rn]
GMrvKy Pn: Bougur anoma]
Gmnyton Beach sat RueiOuchs Am
L13
Grien. R.C.
BR 21
OFMS 831-07.!308-12,8667.
38. 89,90M1,92
Greff Snwmp
IC 28; RI 42
Gmr.enhgh. TJ-I.
OFMS 95
P12
Greooy. J,T.
B 220
Greagy. WK.
B 5(1)
Gril., G.M.
SP21(3)
Granz, AE.
OFR 35,3.49
Groom, M.
0aMS ,2I84
OFR 54
OfGmonsaer [e also: Aquftr,
ArMeuln, Fordn Aqftlr, WWar
B 11jG 3tL 4;SP 4;FU 100
Alea Rir basin MS 67; RI 49
Baer County RI 52
Bay County MS 46
Bmmiard County IC 77T RI 6,20,77
Chariota County IC 53
CNddkle IC 16:M6 20
Collier Counly IC 29,51; Rl 11,31
Columfl" Couty RI 30
DeSoto Cwuty IC 53;RIB3
Duid County RI 43
Esurnbia County MS2
Flaer County IC 1337?RI 32
Gfl4Cou'v RI 37
Hasrie Count yIC &RI 83
Hendry County R 37
Highlanda County RIS15
HilIbomagh County RI 74,100
L*e Comly MS 44
Lake Okeechobee R 2
Laen County 8 47
Indian Rimr Cournty IG 18
Madit COunty B'1
MUnr ie County 1C R$I 18
Marlin County IC 12;RI 23
Naemau Couuty IC 28;RI 43
Orage County M521;RI 6
PnhWdle Rl 290
Pne Rimr ban MS 67;: RI 40
PwdnaueFloricd B 1; IC 27.Rl 10


Pinma County IC 16; MS20;RI 12
Pok County IC 23:RI 44
Pubic supply MS 102
PuLnrm Cuanty IC 15,37;RI32
QuaRy RI 2MSP 32.34
S*1 Johns Cowuny IC 14,27; RI 32
Sante Roaa Couay MS26; RI7(1)
Sma-oma County AR23M240)
Sfolnole County IC 5,34; RI 1,27
$Souces Mh 124
S Uh FPbrida 27;Rl M5
Volusia Coaunty IC 8;RI 22
WtirawaIl MS 124; R1 49
Grubbs, J.W.
MS 142
Gulf coast
OFR 28
RI 29,56,95
SP48
Guirf Cnly
Geoogy B SAS:3; L 13; MSC4.00;
OFMS23
Minfal rowon SP 4B
Paontlogy B 16
Vtur reouras IC 57;
US 10; RI 41
GuSerC H.
AR 2(.3),4(2).5(3)7(2).
10OT'f1),12(3). 13(1,2),
14(T 2,15(1).10(1),
T7(0,5,,18(1).19(1),20(1),
21V22(1A3),234(1,3)
BR 1,2.3.4.56.7.,8,B10,11.12
B 2,32
IC 1
Oypwn
SP 1l

H
H"aijilt", M.

HIaly, P.C.
RI 16(3)
Har mon County
Geology L 12; MS N8; OFMS 32;
OFR 2r7 RI 87
Mbhwe reo s MS 135
Vbler reourcwe RI O7
Harin. HP.
1C 46
Ht I, J*H.
B 44
Hea7qaN, P.S.
MS 10 O
Hmp.ton. ERR,
RI 60
MS 34i34 rw).40
Hoawn R.V.
MS 39
Han- G.D.
AR 23t243
HrBnhaw, B.B.
SP17
Had rck prelphate I a e

AR (1)
HFde County


Geowby MS 80,97; OFMS 61,17
ar resoureaa IC 53; Rl 83
Hardee. J.
RIF55
Hape, R.M.
AR 3(4),6(4).7(2).13(4).17(2). 1(2)
Harris, WB.
SP37
Hadtwel. J.H.
RI 47
Harey, R.D.
SP17
Haldie, L.
P7
Ho tiom (Group and Fomwiulon)
B 10(3).59
OFMS2
OFR 1,36
RI 91,93,94
Hay, O-P,
AR B(2),a(O
Hazlatl-Kincaid, Inc.
SP54
Healy, H.G.
1C 33,46,528l1.8.73,1.A5
MS 1,4,4(wv.j.,6,71.73,102.104
Heath. Rlph C.
IC5
RI 7(1)12
SP 4
Hnti. RiwCrd C-
IC 25.69
Heavy mfinerls
OFR 25.35,39.71
RI 84,95
Herfy, C,W,. J.
B 31(Rev.).47.S0.s2.4(1)
IC 10.21.8009,91,22,94.B5,6.97 ,
RI 16(1)
SP 11621
Hely Coury
Geology M 100; OPFS 62;
OFR 37; RI 37
Petroleumn RI 89
Vww renuices OFR 37; Rl 37,68
HInry, H,R-
SP 21(2)
Hernando County
Geology B 54; MS 9; OFMS 41:
OFR 81; RI 34
-ydrogeology OFR 61
MeWal reweus B 54; MS 114
aler reewum IC 29; L t RI 34.42
Herring, R.R,
IC 78
Hicknan, R.C.
IC 4I
Highlands Couaty
GoMiogy MS W0 OFMS 52,60; RI 15
YAW fl[urll RI 15,10
Hllabos C.nl
RI 55
HfllboughI County
Acnh*ogy RI 8
Geowy 10 ; MS P97
OFMS 45; OFR 8,61; SP 1B




MinerSal mamm MS 2
Waler muemmca IC 4,22A4.
76,86; MS 9,39,48.4S: OFR 81;
RI 21,2560B874,2,100; SP 19
Hoerwtn, R-W,
B 1
L 11,12
MS 113,114,115,118.117,120,.
121.120,127,12,1 ZS9130,
131,133,1343,.136,13,137
OFR 12.e4.a.75s
RI 85,90,93,101
SP 2Z,31.33

RI 77
Hobne. County
Godogy B 21; MS 90; OFMS 24
MinefS f oftes B 42,50
hbo~v rDe
RI 58
HopknW. R.H.
RI 3
Hwoby S~,s
8P 7
FHoIwh. ,
RI 90
HIwe, H.V.
8 13,34(1)
'oy, N.D.
MS S.7
RI 17
HUG unils [Bw: Hydroklagd unfis]
HgQhes, GH.
MS 32,32(nv,,38,40,62a,81
RI 48,73j74,0,81, SP 110
1H l1, J-E-
IC so
RIFS
Hull, R.W.
B 31(RiW.)
M$ 91
Hunn. JLD.
MS 41.4,49.0
Hurrioae impact
OFR 7'8
Hye, L.WV
L4
MS ia,ie(rev.)
Hydirogeoogical units
SP28
HyOrkogic unis
MS 72.81

I

Idweckn Springw SUie Prk
L12
Indi River County
Geology IC 18; MS 00;
OFMS 65; OFR 55,6; RI 101
Pat*w o0oyAR 9.10,11,12: SP 10
Vatebr rnB ca IC 18; RI 80
Indusatal rianeds
IC 10,105.,109,112
MS 130
SP 17
i i


hIs* Msrrt
834
hkecskm usHM.
B 64.1;C 74; OFR 83

RI 38
nwerlebrate
SP 24

MS 106,143
kwim, GA.
MS 91



Jackson Bluff
SP 14
Jackson Bluff Formnian
B653
Jwckson Courty
Geology B37; L 10; MS90W;
OFMS 25; OFR 23; RI 1l(1)
GeomorDphdogy OFR 23
MhWal PNH Rs B 42; OFR 74
PlIontlogyt B 1 :22; aP 2
WIer remow s IC 57; MS 10; RI 41
Jel tren Couwdy
Geology B 48; MS 88; OFMS 31
GoMwpMology AR 3
MIenW iMsource MS 129
Jim WooxYuf Reservoir
RI 18(1)
Johnson, RA
KC 103
MS 111
OFR 20,42.4,556
SP 30,50
Jonea. G.B.
AR 7(4)
Jo. G.P.
SP 17
Jone, Jamnes
Bew
Jrdan. A.N.
SP 39
Joyr", B.F.
IC41,47.B6
L $
MS 21,24
RI 50,53,71

K

Kaolin
IG2
KN(wASee m Cavef SfnKhl.
Sprts]
SP 29.4,53
Kauffan, M.I.
IC 53
MS 27,33,33,wj,),35(Qv,),
37.37(Mev.),*1,51(rw.).
.58Arev.)
R1 49
Kenner, W.E.
IC 7,11,31,32,3a,40
MS 22,2.31,31(r,.),34. S34rV.),4


RI 10,28
Key (S F: Plorie Keys)
Keystone Height
RI 33
Kirk, N.M.
AFt 7(3)
Kirkdand, R.T., Jr.
L2
Kissemgmn Spring
R1 7(3)
KleinH.
IC 0,20
L7
MS 42,53
RI 11,174(1),37,u0
Knapp MS.
MS 7,a9,.8892,97
RI 87,BB,90
Ktechtnmam D.D.
MS 30.44
RIS 7,72
Koahoua FA
RI 19(1,2) 24(4),47
SP 21(2)


Kosz, H..
OFA 35
Kurz. 1I.
AR 2324(2)
B23
Kwmder, T.


L

LU00"atory mefthod
OFiR 04,79
Lachhn, M.
RI 101
Lafaytte County
Gelogy MS 79,58; OFMS 34;
OFR 48
GeomomphogY OFR 46
VAereaoumre OFR 48
Lake basin.
AR3(2),S)
Lake CoSWtly
Geoteo MS 85,.& OFMS 9: OFR T51
HyoflgwloW OFR f1
Water fesojrces IC 26; MS 44,54;
RI42
Lake itthkpoga
RI 1(1)
Lake Jackson
RI48
Lak Kerr
RI 73
Luke 110d"0u
MS 40
Lake Mimnehath
MS 54
Lake Okn horb
IC tRIl 2.,71
Lakem Pck
RI 19(2)
La e Tawpoa
MS 00




Lake Tharnamma
MS 48
Lakelaind Rkip
RI64
Lake [Sn fso,: nme of Indvldul
him]
AR3(2)(M2)
DWt IC 40
Stage chadcterliscs IC 31
Wer lt MS e2,11; RIU 74
Lad, LF.
R1 67
LaMd, L.S.
SF 17
Land pebip phoAtwh [See: Pebble
phasphmu]
Land use
KC 72
MS 3.50.144
RI47
Lma fill BPm: Silwmry landfllJ
LaO, (B.)E.
BR i6
PC 93
L 14,1B.1
MS 80,1 00101,116.117,120.121,127
128.129.130,131,133,134,135.136.13
OFR 2D.40,52,5356,75T
Pu
RI 8&00
SP a(re.),23.2O,31.33,35&42,47
LaPlace, N.
OFR 49
Laftmer, W.J.
AR 7(2)
Lmveder. J.A.
IC 10.21
Ladih, S.D.
MS 72,87,103, 105,106
RI 24(2.3,4),4M0
Lee. R.A.
OFR 81
Lu County
Ge0ogy MS 97S, 100-,
OFMS 61; OFR 37: SP4
MIrwf remurca MS 130; SP 4B
Peltrowie RiC
WVer reaoumna IG 7.62.75;
RI W, OFR 37; SP 49
Leith Acres Fotritllon
IC 104
Leon Couty
Geoogy B 47; MS 90;
OFMS 28: OFR 2OD;
SP 14.16
Geommhplogy AR 3,4:
OFR20
Vam-r iaourc B 47;
RI 48:SP 16
Low Skmk Specii Merst Amn
OFR 20
LNmze. WP.
ic 8
Leve. G.W.
1C 16,27,28t7,6344
L6
MS 74


RI 3243,62
Leredtl, F.
B7
LOryCOW*ty
Geology B 33 L 12; MS 79;
OFMS 11; OFR 19. 1;: R 9(2)
Geanmor tog OFR 19
Hydrogoklogy OFR 81
MinMal resour MS 116; RI 9(2)
PaleonWo I 34,3X
U,L.
OFR 81
ubewy Coauty
Geology 5;L; L 11; MF ,
OFM$2; OFR 9.43
GeBmoqtwhcgy OFR43
Uchwtr. WE
IC 12,41,47
LB
MS 21
RI 23,37.80,1
LUmetodn
S42,50.54
OFR 42
RI 3,(2).,00,
LInlrghan. C.W.
B31
L.hology
OFR 47
Lotho*ran pip (Se Strla phy]
Llewelyn, TO.-
RI 94(2)
Lloyd. J.M.
BR20
IC 938101,104,101.107,10.11 0.111
MS 148
OFMS 33.00,70,71,72,73.74,
75,78,77,78,79,80,81,82
OFR 74
$P 32,34,46
Long, LT,
SP21{7)
Love, S.K.
B31
RI4,13
LoW, C,R.
SP 17
Lowa, R.P.
SP 21(7)
Lund, E.H.
RI 1142,3)

M

Macesct M.
OFMS1
OFR 21
MacGil P.
RI Bt(1)
Macitctart, K.A.
L2
MS 25
SP 13
Maddox G.
SP 32S4
Madkeon Cmo6ty6
Geology B 61; MS 66; OFMS 27;


OFR 12
Mineral mourcea MS 121
Wate remsoucms B 61 FR 12
Mhon. G.L
MS 140
ammanS
AR 20(3)
B 10(1)
SP 8
Manatee Coury
Geology MS 97,7.; OFMS 50,88,l7
Mineral rmaes SP 48
VOte rouames IC 6,19i RI 18
Manat Springs Stale Pwa
L12
Mann, J-A.
IC 78
LS

ManleWd, W.C.
AR I0f11(5),15(2)
B 3,8.12,15,18
Marella, R.L
MS 123 141,143, 14i.140
Marlinna wesore
Foes B S(2).
Marine renmurcos
Aoenkc coast OFR 3.39,59
Mting OFR57
Gulf oasl RI 95
Hay nkerals OFR 35,30; RI 95
Pabmeum IC 101,104;OFR 57
Sand and Grael OFR 35,39
M&rio County
Golowg MS 7I.93: OFMS 13:
OFR B1; $P 31
Geo narptklogy SP 31
Hydrogeology OFR 01
MinWal reourcas MS 117
Paleormology B 44
W erarsoum MS G5; RI 73; SP 31
Maria
AR 16(2)
Mash, O.T.
840
IC 30
RI29
Marshes
OFR 34
Malens, J.H,C.
AR 19(2)(3),21/22(4)
Main County
Geoloc My 80, 100; OFMS 50;
OFR 511,;, RI 23, 101
Geomorphology OFR 61
Ve rosrcma IC T12 MS 80:
RI 23,71; OFR 51
Marin. J.B.
SP 16
Maline, N. ISn E o E0Emght, M*1
OFMS
MaDon, G.C.
AR 2(1)
Maxwmel, E.L

Maul, T.
OFR 49 6E





May, J.P.
SP 16
McCoy, H.J.
PC 51
Ms 20
RI 31.5,63,*
McDonekl, -I.
8P 17
Mcraln, P.
SP 17
Meawe, G.H.
B B
BR21
OFMS ,Ba7,S8,890,8P1
OFR OS
P 14
Mons, R.C,
BOO
OFR 85
MaBga, R.P.
B ,6
OFR OB
MekWn. D.E.
SP38
Melht, S.
RI S
Measn. CG.6
10 36.43,44
RI 25,33,35
Mecury
OFR 79
Meredih, E-W.
IGC44
RI 25
MNyer, FW.
IC 2&O.
RI 1L2),30,42,5,a0e,75
WNami LUmetone
OFR 42,48
Mharni Rlwor
RI 46
Maler, J.A.
MS94
illikhn. D.L.
RI 13
Mils. LR,.
WS6
hMt n, C.
B 55

AR 1W,2{2)(1).7(1),8(1).
9(i),1yii(4).13(ZPL1(i),

19(1),20(1).21122(1). 2324(1)
B 24,39
IC e0,e4.889,, 9l2,94.
9s.90.7A9.10M105.109.112
MS 8.139
SFP 17
Mining ard minenl nra[ e.sn
B50,30.60
Kc 468,La,0,.1*2o,2,946.J.
97,99,102.105,109,112
MS 8.113,114.115,116.117.120,121,
12e, 1 2,1212,130,131.133,
1341, 138,13,17,13710


OFM$1
OFR 28,36.39,57,71,74,75
RI 84,MB,8
SP 8,168,22
Mocene
ChocamhUchwe Pnnajtion
B 3,,13
Fosase B 3,09,1fl, 12,13; SP 2(2)
Hawthorn Growm B 59
LhotrafmWWy OFR 31
Panhadie B 30
Sufheaste U.S. SP 25
IeMner, T.
B65
MS 146
OFMS SO Ie
SP 49
Mobog, M.W
AR 19(5)
MNkuuks
AR I1i(S)
B 14.15.18,35
Monitor wel
IC 74
Monroe County
OwcqY L 14; MS 101; OFM SWt ,
6W2,S3l-7,63M-12
Miuera mamuces SP 48
Paintogy B 19
Moody h Bnch Formiaon
B34(2)
Moorey. C-N.
AR 7(2)
Moore, WE.
537
Molnton. TM.
AR 70
Moeom. S.
AR 16(2,,17(4),20(2)
Mozb, L.H.
RI 62
M uewe, RH,
IC 17,30,38,463,50,7
L3
RI 33,35,40,41
Mut, E.
SP 17
Myuika R ier ein
IC mS
RIF53


N

Napkm

Nam u Counly
Gelogy MS 80. OPMS 3; OFR 15
Palonkrlogy8 2M
Walw mnourMes 1C 28: RI 43
Narai rmoure [Se* sw.

AR a18(2)
B 17.25
Nee. H.E.
RI 90


8 40,4,568
SP 37
Hutron Logs
OFR 65
NMIca, O,
RI OS
Nitrogen
MS 75
Nodla, B.W.
OFR 6,3,40
Norphlet Farmnion
IC 107

0

Oakland Park
RI 20
Obervawtion walls
MS 65
OclP Gmow
Ba 38
O'Cwruil, T
B61

AR 9(3),1 W11(1)
RI 16(3)
Odum. H.T
RI 9(1)
Ofth ore jSw Mine raisorca]
Ogden, G.M., Jr.
RI 88,00
Oglasb W.R.
B 40
IC 88
MS 19,41,52,57

Oil [Sw Pmealum]
Oil WBH location
MS 6
Okalta County
Geolog MS 78; OFMS 18,,9; RI 02
Mineral reource SP 46
Plmtrleum IC 107
V ter msmourmes IC 87
Okfchlobe County
G*wgy MS so; OFMS 54j86
V*tor m*ources RI 71
OklawBah Lalhe green
MSeU
Old Tam Bay
10C70
RIS8
O'Leno State Peak
L12
O1igocem
Foulls B 5(1);SP2(3)
OlIm. MM.
OFR 35
Olmm, S.J.
SP 2(1),2(3);,612
COlon, N(K.
SP 17
Oraing Counry
Googyo MS 85; OFMS 47
V*l renawr IC 41,47, L t
MS 2124: RI S.,0.72,79





Onhhosph aph.
MS 33
Osceob Couty
Godogy MS 80.85; OFMS 48
Osmond. J.K.
SP 21)
Osaracod-.
B 13,34
Outcrop S a also Exposurn]
OPfR 2
RIBS
Oyen, C.
P4


P

Paeocuie
Shrrligraphy B 46
PONKOecolo
IC 100

Aladiue County SP 2(4)
Bird B 44S-P 2
Bone VIy Formatin SP 2(1)
CCaOPsW dhv e Riwver 40
Edlnoklde B34(2)
Eocene B 22(1)
Fah SP 2(3)
IMathom (Group aN Fox on)
B 10(3)
Imnv'ebras SP 24
Mammals B i r.SP 6
Miorofouia OFR 64
Mione AR 8(3f;B 10, SP2(2)
Mollud AR 1f11(5)
Moodys Branch Fonsllon 342)
Neaogem 40
Ocala Uestone AR 1BI4)
0goMna SP 2(3)
Osliracst 13.34(1)
PNidoca* AR 8(2,80),844),<
90 ),1 1 (2);SP 36
Pliene AR 8();SP 36
Qua s mnyAR 15(2)
Sarrqm preparaton OFR 64
Site MS 125;OFR 53,65,6& SP 12
South Flordl 8 40.60; SP38
Termiary AR 15(2): B34
Topoghflirc map use OFR 67
Vero s AR 8(4),,2a):SP 10
VWtlbnAt ARB<2).8(3); B 10,22;
SP 2,.10.12
VDt*laCouityAR 10/11(3)
Paeozoic
1C g8
Pam Beach County
Gology MS 100; OPMS S
Wer msoums MS Sa
RI 13,MSM.,67,71
Pdmer. K.V.W.
B35
Pnyfiologo
IC 100
OFR 47


PanhamNa [*ee al*o Idvlidumal
county nmmm]
ApalactScla Embayment 158
Bougur amomy MS 652
Eonf*w Creek ben RI 41
Flo dan Aquifer MS 11.06
Fosail huar's guide OFR 63
Hleay minerals OFR 26
Liestone RI 8
Maine ecource OFR 28
Pq~eti., LW.
OFR 35,30,4fl
Parked, G.G.
B27
RI 4
Paacale, CA.
IC 67,78
MS 70
R174
SP 16
Pa1o3 Counly
GeooWgy B 54; MS W:. OFMS 42;
OFR 81; RI 34
HydrOfllogy OFFR 81
Minera resoucas 654
VdMter remrems IC 2; MS 47,61;
RI 34.42
Paserine birds
B44
Ptlrwon, S
SP 17
Poul. D. T
OFMS 02
Peace River Basin
MS 27.67
RI 46,48
Pew
AR 3(4),2324<(5)
B30
IC 100
OFR 4
SP 27
Pebble phaphate [S. ailoc
Phowphee]
AR 7(2)
MS 2
Pe004 .M.
IC 4,f19,22
RI 7(3),1S,21
SP4
Pwrediur Fkhich PB Wsm
indvidukl oourty nme]
ltragNr'phy RI 03
Bouguer anomay MS 57
CrUtaneouR 1C 80
Fladdan Aquihr MS 32.95
Fosll owners guide OFR 65
Hmahom (Grotp and FormWnon)
B dO;OFR 30; RI 91,"3.94
Geomorphology B 41,S1:SP 5
Grn Swamp ea RI 42
Hery minerals OFR 71;RI 84
LIhosaligrah OFR 31.38
Trail Rdge RI 84
WaSer sources IC 27; RI 10,54,
B5"61


Pnalmm
Adivitee IC 54.5 ,3,5,.71 00
Dollar Bay Fornmatli SP 16
Export ICn 1 142,45,49,101,
106.107,1010.111;: SPQ
Field mp MS 6
Lehigh AMes Formation
1C 104
Norltil eFormmtlon IC 107
Of Ose IC 101,104:ORF 67
Pdides IC 107
Production 1C 42.45,49,101,
104,10 107,106.110.111;SP 9
ProspectSAR 1341).14(3).
21/22(3); IC 40RI 89; SP 9.15
Rqalioana OFR 57
Rmevn 1C 107,101 ,110; OFR 44
Sunniland Fomauin Rl 89
pH. Stream &fl
MS 37
Phi G.G.
MS B2,83
PhoDphSW
AR 3(1),443).5(1),5(4).7(2)
IC 72
MS 33
OFR 14
RI 16(2).91,B4
SP 18,22
Phoasphorn
RI 9(1)
Piezmrwntic urfac (SM .Iho,
Petentiomrbia sfoe]
MS 1.4
Pilas County
GecolgMS 987. OFMS 44;
OFR e1
Mineral reBouires BP 48
Scisft AR 7(5)
V Mr emOus IC 16; MS 20,50:
OFR el; RI 12,08
Pirkle, E.C.
B 52
RI B4
Pirkle, WA.
RI 54
PlWf chinotee R ir
MS 81
Place rneir
SP 1
Platiao CaJa
PR 38.70
Pleaitocene
Fostls AR8(1-4),9(2).1&1 (2),
B 6,18
sP e
MiamI LumeaMone OPR 42
Tlrmniri Founnalic OFR 55
Pfacune
rm-Puaitoelme
843
SP 36





Polk County
OGcogy MS 860,97;
OFMS 46; OFR 13.A1
Hydrogmoloy OFR St
Mirml resourcs MS 2;SP 18
PMton gy B 19,22; RI 14; SP 2
MWtWr rfestoe IC 23,35.
36,38; RI 7.42.44.04
Poulem B Palynology]
Poluton
OFR 21ARI 70
Poato. F,
RI 8
Ponlon, G.M.
AR 21r22(2.3),2324(3)
8 50,9
Pout: e waler
MS 42.74
Podell, RW. -
P4
SP 37
Peflntiometc swn ESeue:
Plekonmtic *urftc*i
MS 73.,104,110.138.140.14<
Pmrt. RW.
SP 21(3)
Prina, R.W,
IC 20.26,83
MS 2a.3,38(re)
RI 28,42
SP 13
Pubic wabr supcIy
IC 81
MIS 91.102.108

Auhotring OFR 53;SP23
Editflg OFR 52
List IC 87
Puupoe, Gfurt#wMru
RI 4d
Puii, H.S.
B 36,38,40
MS 3.18
SP 6,5(Rev,),1, 17,20
Puanam, A.L.
RI 79
Pulnam Counly
Geotgy MS 893; OFMS 6; RI 32
MilnrAl F~ouros IC 46; MS 128
WMer sorurCm IC 15,37.3% RI 32

R

Radom
OFR41!
RagIrm, J.
IG 107
Rainftall
Annuall led sasian MS 40
EvWporiN MS 32
Rwunder,n AF.
B 54(21
RP 85
Ra. C.E.
SP3


Recharge
MS U8,98
OFMS itW,7071.72,73,74,75,76.77,

RI 72
Raconiabon
IC 105
Reedy Creek impromeint Dist.
RI 79
Ree, DA.
SP 21(3)
Reees, W.D.
642
RePchenbsugh, R,C.
MS 47,48,49
Rich. FJ.
iC 100
Richards, HG.
835
River basin
MS 28
RivrpebM phosphasn [Set:Pubtle

RoMaB
AR S5(). 2
Robert. Tma
888
Robertsmon, A.F.
MS 6O
Ri 84
Rberhnm, J.D.
OFMS 89
Rocks and nels
SP 5e, (rev.)
Bemewt 8 55
Igneous n metnrmorphc B 55
Palocaene md Eacene B 46
Rols, H.G.
MS 59
RI $7
Roue e. J.C.
B $1(Rev.)
MS 63,63{(m.).M9
SP 16
RFumnrik, R.P.
MS 122,142

Runmff
MS 22,61.122
RUpdt. F.R.
B 5012,53
BR 19
L 16. 17
MS 117.125,134.135, 146
OFMS 1.2,2123,28,30,31.33,38,84
OFR 15,17,t.19,22,27,29,32,
3443,46.47,$1,64,5S0,0.
93,65,j 8 a7, 70a.8
P 2.3,4.6,9.11
RI 99
SP 50

RI 21
Ruso, T.N.
RI70


S

Sr, Andrew s $Nt Rietion Are
L13
Sainl George PIland Slate Park
L13
Seim Johu Ccury
Gealogy OPUS IM: MS 0.S; RI 32
Mineral reources MS 12
Water rmourc KIC 14,37.38;
MS 6e.93; RI 32
S*rm Johns RItr
IC 82
MS25
Sain Johns River basin
RI 64
SapiN Johns Rhur V W r M megenment

SPS5
Sain Joemph Peninasu SOta Park
L13
S*r LOuc County
OFR $ ,00WOFMS 53:

Geomnopheoagy OFR 51
VWtW resouee MS Wk RI 62;
OFR 51
Snl VIcant Imlrl
OFR O
Sell water inluaion
IC 9.62.75
L 5,7
MS 47.69
RI 24(4),30,4.,0e,e
Sampla preparatin
OFR 84
Srd
RI t01
S Ind nd pael
AR1W32)
OFR 38,39.40
RI 849,0
Sa.rd, S.
AR2
Sat Island

Swerwry landi
MS39

Sat Rosa Cowuty
Geoogy 8 40: MS 74: OFMS 15i8
Mind raeurcm SP 4a
PetreBum IC 107
WMW M ure rcm 1 30,50; MS 26;
RI 711).4

Geoogy B 43:; MS 97W,B OFMS S7-
86, 87; OFR 10.56,60,62
FMtwS rsow SP 48
Paleotology B 43
reeo wmu: AR 23Y240).
2324j7); OFR a; RI 38;
Savaena Stat Rearv
OFPR51
Scphopoa
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Schmidtl W
B 67,5a
L10
MS 78.84.86.90
OFR 3,S.23,38
RI 86,88.92
SP 4445,57
Sc helder, J-J.
RI 67
Schnreder. M.C.
RI 13,17.37
Scol, G-W.
IC 107
Scoar. TM._
B Se, 66
MS 80.,80,9.95,130. 146
OFMS 3,4.6,8,7.80,10,1 13,
14,15,16,17,22.25,28.32.
37.3 a,43,47.48,4ad51,
53.4f55=.56,59.61.82.65,
68,56070,71,72.73,74756.
76,77,78,7,60,81, 82,

OFR 1.1531.35,38.367.41,5S,
M6,2,6.80a,B5
RI 88a,0,91 (1),94(1),U6
SP 25,27,a324,34637,44,49
Sea levl [See alw
ShoreWMlne;Tfrr ce
B52
RI 103
S water Inhuin [CS. Balt wtmr
Innr.uion
Seal, J.M.
OFR29
Sdimwnt sanm r
OFR O
Sedhwt*ogy
p40.48
Seimiriy
Ic93
OFR 40
Sellards, E.M.
AR 1 (2,3),3(1-3).4,6.
B(-3).7(i1,2.,a)S,
1Ir11(1-3).12(1.4,6),1412)
B1.2
Srtrnte County
Geology MS 85. OFMS 43
mur rescue 10C 4.34; MS .68.;
RI 1.27,.1
Sepulveda, AA
MS 140,144,149
Sheok, O.
SP 24
Shallow umpur
MS 53
RI 6S
St npine. WJ.
MS 10,12,12(rwe),.13r3(rv.),
14,14(ruw.),15.17
ShIftNa, D.E.
MS
Shew od. C.B.
IC 29
L 5
MS 20


RI 20,24(1-3),S1.65
Shainkm [See alor 3See eNq
MB 71
Short [We aOwe: SOetOs War*])
SP 41.43.54
Slufeldt, R.W.
AR 92)
SWeving
OFR 7,87
Shrzan, G.G.
AR 20(3)
9 10(1)
SDnpwn, jC,
SP 1
Skla-ir, W.G.
KPC 86
MS110
Skhole [See Wno: Karuq
Development MS 110; SP 57
Geologic esammnmr t OFR 72; SP 57
hkd OFR 5
Leon Sinkt OFR 20
Soninot County RI 81l
Types MS 110
WYt-crontm Fkrkkh RI 30
S8ick, L.J.
MS AI(r),7).75,7,0
SP is
Smilh, D.L.
SP 21
Snith,. P.C.
RI 12
ne Swnaepper O*eeks
RI 24
Sneo, L.J.
RI 54.80
MS866
Sny- S.
OFR 36
Sohin. J.E-
MS 107
SP16
Solis (S alto IndMvidual county

AR 4(I),7(4),7(fi),7(2)
South Florkid [Bm alo ImndldulI
a9uhty nm]-
MS 19
AlId River b in R1 40
Arcadia quadrangle OFMS 87,88
Bouguer anomaly MS 41
Brown Oolontl Zone IC 104
Calooatatcldm Rtier ar5 B40
Cenocic 27
Chariote Harbor 8 43
Doler Say FarmtkMan SP 15
Evglad B 25
Fossil huter. guide OFR 66
HoimfMtd Quadrngle OFMS 83
Lake Okmeedcbee RI 2
Lehigh Aac Farmnfn IC 104
Miami LiJnsbia OFR 42
MIocm SP 30
Neural rewmoe AR 18(2);0S2
Paleartotgy B 40,43.S5; P M3
Peace, River bldn SP 27; RI 45
Ph Tilftn RI 16(2)


Saraota quadrangle OFMS 86.87
Strafraphy 40,43, 65:RI 89: SP 36
SurWamd FOnMwMD RI 89
Trawmnsmisvty SP 20
Wgeteson 25
Water card RI 60
Vt quality MS 27-RI 46
'Wt reures B 27.FM 7.53:
RI 2,4,56
Spedtr. R.M.
MS 105

MS 6
Spencer, S.
B 80,61
IC 106.109, 112
MS 114.115,1140,117, 120.121,12,
127. 128,1 3133,1 34135.138.
137.139
OFR 5.12.5,74,75
P 9.11
Springs (Se aSei: Karti
B 31,31 (Ret), 6; OFR KS6 OFMS
05: SP 51
AlMdiua County SP 7
Cauns Olty L9
Deby SWing SP 7
Henmado Courty L
Homnwby Springa SP 7
Indri MS 83
Kldngen Spring RI 7(3)
Polk Comunty RI 7(3)
Sarla Couny OFR 80
Submamu prkugs RI 7(2); SP 47
WhkaS Sprtgp OFR 22.47
Wbm Minmral SpnriS QFR 60
wtAr qur9yMS5
VMat-Cenr Flowi RI 39
Spe, C.IR.
B47
C 75
SP 21
STATEMAP PrMct
OFMS 83,S8.7,88A.9,0,1 ,92
Sltanmez J.C.
SP 17
Slwart. H.G., Jr.
IC 23,36
RI44
Stewart J.W
MS 30.98.110
Rt 56.74
Stom, R.B.
NS 04
SP Bt

OFR 78
Stmo er, W.F.
Ic84,88U,
Stralgraphy
AR 17(4). B 65; OFR 25
Alads Couaty OFR 41
Apwlactcolu eMbntWnI B 58
SeIgaloraphy B 43;RI 93
CaloosddHe RivWr B 40
Dollr Baty Fo alon SP 1 72




HtorSM B r RI 93
Hfbofough Count OFR 41l
H-y0droewtrligrhy OFR 61
LitholKatiqphy B 46;IC 103; MS
111; OFR 15,31.36,61
Ocala Group B 38
Okaioo Couty RI 92
Panhandle BSRI: M
Pirnetas County OFR 61
Soulh Flord SP 38
Sunnwtn Formnon RI IB
SIrewnt
Chenk: tpe MS $1
Ctor MS 35
Flow P W6MS 31,34,45,684.,142;
R1S63
Nitrogen MS 75
Odhophaqttaft S 3U 3
pH MS 37
Runoff MS 122
Spcik condwctwce MS 58
Tripnwure MS43
SirngfleId. V.T.
AR 23"24(4)
B11
IC3
RI 1,2,7(2)
Stniu B
AR 120.17(4)
SubmariMe pring [Be lu: aprings)
RI 7(2)
SP 47
Sulfat cownernta or4l
MS 15
Suliven, G.V.
RI 91(2.94(2)
Sunur Couity
Geology MS W, OFNS 40: OFR 7,
81; RI IN
Hydrogaology OFR 81
Minerdl raoufrc MS 113
VWtw remurco 1C 25; RI 42
Su'nrUid Fornmeon
RI 9
SuLpwfMnductlng s4wcollder
OFR 15
Surflc water
IC 7.20,25,39
MS 24,5,90,7,77
RI 2B
Sufical squafer
IC 88

Su LSie N., Jr.

FI 78
Siwunnee County
Geology L 12; MS 88; OFMS 33;
OFR 80,RI 8?
Minral aesurcns MS 137
VWber sources R1 87
Suwarrftee L1rnesof
B 15,54
Suunee RhW
RI 87,96


Suwanna Rier Basin
LUppRI B7
Lower RI
Suwanmee River Siatn Park
L12
Suwamn FRivr Water MImaemnenrt
Disbtrd
OFMS 1,2,84
OFR 54
Sweney, J.W
IC 7290,91.82
SP 17,18,22

T

TaMiafi Formation

Temnp Bay
IC 78
Tamps Bay Byp6 e Carel System
RI B2
TwmIp Formaon (TWnpa Untrmone)
B 15.56
Taner, W.F.
OFR 79
SP40,
Tlner, G.R.
IC 1437a
RI 3238
Taylor,A.E.
AR7(3)
TaI County
Geology MS 79,8; OFMS 20.
OFR 70
Gemnrpholwog OFR 70
Wt resource IC 17
Taytr. K.L.
B64
Tecionla
IC 98
Teel, JR.
MS 5
TenKs [See uto: Se vel
MS 71
Penaacole Terrace B 7
Tlrtiuy
Fosst B111,34(1)
Tholatie
RI 97
Tibbala, C.H.
MB6
T"15 dftumf
OFR 73; SP 43
Thnrmon& B,J.
SP 16.17.18
Toler, L.G.
IC 57
MS 10,11,23
RI 41.48
Tsode, C.H.
IC 1D7,106,110
OFR 44
TOp of Flor Aqur
MS SM.M92,O6
OFMS 84


Topographic nape
OFR 87
Ordering [(5 page iv in this liIg
Toteys State Part
L11
Tnr Ridge
IC 100
RI 84
TranarnWahM*y zann
IC 70
MS 132
SP 20
Trpp, H, Jr,
L 3Rev.)
Tucker. D.F
MS 40

U

Union County
Geology MS B,; OFMS 39; OFR 16
Mineral resource M 134
var 'wourcm IC 3.43; RI 35
Unklideby, A.G.
RI 5
SP4
Upctuth, S.B.
6ee
SP 25,34
Uran un
SP22
RI 100

V

Vaugher. T.W.
AR 2(li)19(4}
VW ii, J.
MS 124
Vegewaon
623
North Flol AR 6(4)
Sath FIlo1da B 25
Wmo, R 0,
OR 13,14
B 21.24,3133
IG70
MS 3,1156
SP 5,5(Re).16,17

AR 44).9(2),12(1),12(2)
SP 10
VertbflMts
B 10,22
SP 2,3.10.12.
Vileh. FMN.
MS 32,32(r.)

Geology MSs,93; OFMS
Paleontology AR 1N11(S)
Witer remeouce IC 8,24; MS 30:
RI 22,57
Virhils, R.C.
RI 1







bcamaesa Flate
RiU
VMN, F.M.
SP 17
a ,ft WR.
IC 105
VYful County
Geaogy B ,60 MS 90
OFMS 30; OFR 20,22.47
Wfer awurcea 6 28; OFR 47,22;
SP 47

OFR 22.47
Wuit Sp6hidnd
SP68
Vfl1AB SpingS Seitft Synip flr
SP56
WVt Dim Wwid
RI79
V!tln Counly
00Mogy a ; L 13: MS 7B.9;
OFMS 17,I ; OFR 3
Mineral nummD B 50; SP 48
PalWmoto gy B 12
Wer ows IC 7B; RI 76
V rd. E.L,M.
MS 2
awm Mh.r Springs
OFR 80

GIoMgy B 21; L 10; M3S .
OFMS le
MIn rewuM'M 6B 42,60
Vatm rBemosn IC 57; MS 10; RI 41
Vate dlsposal
IG 70
MS 112
OFR 14
Wmn. Lqud, Storage [am zh:
InjMclon wldh)
MS94

Silogal chndfcs RI 71,SP 53
Chemical camdredlics MS 25, 27.
51; RI 51.71,90
Cokor MS 35
Control RI sO
Data colction HP 11,13
Herdes MS 13
Leveb IC 40.2,1,,,73,;6: MS 2;:
OFR T3; RI 48,74,75
pH MS 37
Phosphow RI 9(1)
PM MS 42,74
Quality IC "7MS 9,10,177,1, fi,74,82,
91,96; RI 9(1),29, 51,57;
SP 32.34,53, 56

L 1,2.RI 28aP 4.11.44
Cerrd and Nothm B61. RJ 10
East Central RI 61
Mide Guff RI 56
NHoC FU 54
Scuthwntmn RI 4,W0
Vamern Gulf Coat RI 2


StObage P 70
Supply AR 4(2),S)l/2122)
MS 16,61,81,S2.S1.1,02
Surbma wnfr MS 24.55,68,76.77
Temnp*ratm MS 25,43
Use MS 63.,83,87.102,103.
105,106.108,12,124,14i,14S
thdruwals MS 67.,123124,141,143.
146
VIeasabMe contouna
MS 7
VWt, T.M.
OFR 73
Mves
Brain SP 41,4
Clerjy SP41

Langlf SP 41
Wutn,, C.E.
SP 17
WNveW, J.L.
SP 17
VMgel, R.D.
SP 10
Weinbetg. J.M.
OPR 29,54
VihdIUd., I.E.
B 53.5
WMsainger, S.
L 12
SP 26
Well cs
SP $0
Wall.
Deain IC 3
Frmhwatu MS 70
Monitr IC 74
Obwemlon MS 0
Pa iwology 8 16,1,20.2.28
Pelrleurn MS 6
Stratignphy B 16,10,20..28;
OFR 81
V" coot [sn: G&W oo0 ]
W.Urods
MS 109
WE'rMa~t tWS.
C 44
RI 25,34,31
"ft, R.

v he, WA.
B41.51
VMAj]~, H.F.
AR 12(2)
WVA. Aon
B e
WVAifa, C.T.
1C 105
AilMs, H.
OFR807S
RI 100
Mioism, K.E

vW tlo. WE.
RI 83
VAmberiy, E.T
IceS


VMdtml. S.
$P 1i,21,22
Awsnn, G.0.
SP 15,20
Md, A.E.
6 10(K
oodar, H.J-
IC 75
Wodilk* KaMI Plain
3P'
VWiW A.R
SP 10.1.
Wyrik, G.G.
IC 8, 24
RI22


Y

Ybho, W.H.
B52
RI 84
,o. J.W.. Ji.
B 48,4&.50,34(1)
IC 105
MS 113,114,115,1196117,120,121
125,127,128,130.131.133,
146
OFMS 31
OFR 14
RI 10(1)
SP 14,1-0

z

Zarlio, G.
OFR49
ZeIllM M.E.
SP 17
ZulIo, VA.
SP37











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Virginia Tech., Blacksburg
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals & Energy,
Charlottesville

U.S. Geological Survey, Reston
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg

Washington, DC











Library of Congress


Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Wyoming
Geological Survey of Wyoming /
University of Wyoming, Laramie



INTERNATIONAL LIBRARIES

Australia
University of Queensland, St. Lucia,
Queensland

Canada
Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa,
Geological Survey of Canada, Vancouver,
B.C.

England
British Geological Survey, Nottingham
British Library, West Yorkshire

France
Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et
Minieres, Bibliotheque Centrale, Orleans

Italy -
Presidenza del Consiglio del Ministri, Rome

Philippines
Mines & Geosciences Bureau, Surigao City

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico Bureau of Geology, Puerta de Tierra





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