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Florida Department of Natural Resources
Division of Resource Management
Florida Geological Survey

Information Circular 87 LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
1992-1993 Edition
compiled by
Alice N. Jordan

Tallahassee, Florida




Tallahassee, Florida 1992
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
LAWTON CHILES, Governor
JIM SMITH, Secretary of State
BOB BUTTERWORTH, Attorney General GERALD LEWIS, State Comptroller TOM GALLAGHER, State Treasurer
BOB CRAWFORD, Commissioner of Agriculture PETTY CASTOR, Commissioner of Education
VIRGINIA WETHERELL, Executive Director
DIVISION OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Jeremy Craft, Director
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Walter Schmidt, State Geologist and Chief
Printed by
Florida Department of Natural Resources
Tallahassee, Florida
1992




THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

The Florida Geological Survey (Florida Bureau of Geology) was organized in 1907. The organizat 'ional name was changed to the Division of Geology under the Florida Board of Conservation in 1961, and to the Bureau of Geology under the Florida Department of Natural Resources in 1969. In 1983, the Florida Legislature reestablished the name Florida Geological Survey. The organic act (Florida Statutes Chapter 377) states: "The geological department of the board shall make ... surveys and explorations of minerals, water supply, and other natural resources of the-state and shall prepare reports and maps covering surveys and explorations, occurrences and location of minerals and subterranean water supply and power and mineral waters, and the best and most economical method of development, together with analysis of soils, minerals and mineral waters . Also under authority of the Florida Statutes, the Survey regulates the exploration for, and production of oil and gas in
Florida.'

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING PUBLICATIONS

1. Address all orders and correspondence to: Florida Geological Survey 903 W. Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304-7700
Attn: Publications
Phone No. 904/488-9380
2. All requests must be accompanied by check or money order for the correct
amount due for the order. The cost of each publication follows its
description in this catalog. This cost is normally $1.00 per map or publication, unless otherwise noted. This charge covers postage and
handling. Please make your check payable to "State of Florida."
3. To help us process your order more quickly, please specify series name and
number when ordering publications. Example: Bulletin 43 or B-43.
4. Publications marked with an asterisk (*) are out-of-print. This means
that copies are no longer available to the public. These publications
may be borrowed from one of the depository libraries listed in the back of
this publication. If you have difficulty finding a loan copy in your
area, check with the Librarian or the Publications Office of the Florida
Geological Survey at the above address.
5. We can no longer return checks or money orders for incorrect amount of
payment. These checks are required to be deposited into the State
account. You will receive a refund form to apply for reimbursement. As this refund process is a lengthy one, please make every effort to ensure
that your order is correct. Some common mistakes to avoid: Do not order
out-of-print publications. Do not send more than the amount stated for
each publication this amount includes postage and handling charges. Do not order multiple copies of the same publication our policy is one per customer, If you have any questions, contact the Publications Office (see
above address and telephone number).
Editions of Survey publications are limited and it is our aim to provide as wide a distribution as possible. We regret that our publications are not available in classroom quantities. One complimentary copy is made available to College and University libraries in the State; exchange copies will be sent without charge to government agencies having an exchange agreement with the Survey; and a reference copy has been deposited in many of the public libraries throughout Florida. In addition, Survey publications are placed in a large number of libraries in other states and foreign countries. The public is encouraged to make use of these reference libraries whenever possible.
The Florida Geological Survey does not provide publications for resale.
* publication is out-of-print (see #4 above)
CHECK -OR MONEY ORDER hST ACCOMPANY REQUESTS FOR ANY PUBLICATION




CONTENTS

Florida Geological Survey ... Ordering Instructions .. .. List of Publications
Annual Reports. .. .. .
Biennial Reports .. .. .
Bulletins ........
Information Circulars ..
Leaflets.. .. .. .. ..
,..Map Series.. .. .. .. .
Open File Reports ...
"'Posters .....0
Reports of Invest igations
Special Publications ... Topographic Map Information.. FGS Research Library Holdings. Author Index .........
Key Word Index ........
Geographic Index .......
Florida Depository Libraries

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Florida Geological Survey

ANNUAL REPORTS
*AR 1 1908, 114 p., 6 p1. This report contains (1) a sketch of the geology of
Florida, (2) a chapter on mineral industries, including phosphate,
kaolin ball clay, brick-making clays, fullers earth, peat, lime', cement, and road-making materials, (3) a bibliography of publications on Florida
geology, with a review of more important papers published prior to the
organization of the present Geological Survey.
*AR 2 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, prepared in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey, (2)
mineral industries, (3) the fullers earth deposits of Gadsden County,
with notes on similar deposits found elsewhere in the state.
*AR 3 1910 397 p., 30 fig. This report contains (1) a preliminary paper on
the Florida phosphate deposits, (2) some Florida lakes and lake basins,
(3) the artesian water supply of eastern Florida, (4) a preliminary
report on the Florida peat deposits.
*AR 4 1912, 175 p., 16 pl., 15 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) the
soils and other surface residual materials of Florida, their origin,
character, and the formations from which derived, (2) the underground
water supply of west central and west Florida, (3) production of phosphate rock and fullers earth in Florida during 1910 and 1911.
*AR 5 1913, 306 p., 14 pl., 17 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) origin
of the hard rock phosphate deposits of Florida, (2) list of elevations in Florida, (3) artesian water supply of eastern and southern Florida, (4) production of phosphate in Florida during 1912, (5) statistics on
public roads in Florida.
*AR 6 1914, 451 p., 90 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) mineral
industries and resources of Florida, (2) some Florida lakes and lake basins (3) relation between the Dunnellon Formation and the Alachua
clays, (4) geography and vegetation of northern Florida.
*AR 7 1915, 342 p., 80 fig., 4 maps. This report contains (1) pebble
phosphates of Florida, (2) natural resources of an area in central
Florida, (3) soil survey of Bradford County, (4) soil survey of Pinellas
County.
*-publication is out-of-print




*AR 8 1916, 168 p., 31 p1., 14 fig. This report contains (1) administrative
report and 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, a new Pliocene species, the Pleistocene fauna, (4) human remains and associated fossils
from the Pleistocene of Florida.
*AR 9 1917, 151 p., 8 pl., 13 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) mineral
industries, (2) additional studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida,
(3) geology between the Ocklocknee and Aucilla Rivers in Florida.
*AR 10/11 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 with description of a new species and a note on the
associated faunaland flora, (3) geology between the Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola Rivers, (4) mineral statistics, (5) molluscan fauna from
the marls near DeLand.
*AR 12 1919, 153 p., 4 maps. This report contains (1) literature relating to
human remains and artifacts at Vero, Florida, (2) fossil beetles from
Vero, (3) elevations in Florida, (4) geologic section across the
Everglades of Florida, (5) the age of the underlying rocks of Florida as shown by the foraminifera of well borings, (6) review of the geology of
Florida with special reference to structural conditions.
*AR 13 1921, 307 p., 43 fig. This report contains (1) oil prospecting in
Florida, (2) statistics of mineral production, 1918, (3) foraminifera from the deep wells of Florida, (4) the geography of central Florida.
*AR 14 1922, 135 p., 10 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) statistics on
mineral production, 1919 and 1920, (2) the petroleum possibilities of
Florida, including a geologic map.
*AR 15 1924, 266 p., 2 pl., 55 fig. This report contains: (1) statistics on
mineral production, 1921 and 1922, (2) a contribution to the late
Tertiary and Quaternary paleontology of northeastern Florida, (3) preliminary report on clays of Florida.
*AR 16 1925, 203 p., 52 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) administrative
report and statistics on mineral production, 1923, (2) a preliminary
report on the limestones and marls of Florida.
*AR 11 1926, 275 p., 5 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) administrative
report and statistics on mineral production in 1924, (2) history of soil
investigation in Florida and description of the new soil map, (3)
generalized soil map of Florida in color, (4) review of structure and
stratigraphy of Florida.
* publication is out-of-print




*AR 18 1927, 206 p., 58 fig. This report contains (1) administrative report
and statistics on mineral production, 1925, (2) natural resources of
southern Florida.
*AR 19 1928, 183 p., 5 pl., 36 fig., 9 tables. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1926, (2) sand and gravel deposits of Florida, (3) beach deposits of ilmenite, zircon,
and rutile in Florida, (4) new species of Operulina and Discocyclina
from the Ocala limestone, (5) new species of Coskinolina and Dictyoconus
(?) from Florida.
*AR 20 1929, 294 p., 40 pl., 4 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1)
administrative report and statistics of mineral production in Florida
during 1927, (2) geology of Florida with geologic map, (3) extinct land
mammals of Florida.
*AR 21/22 1931, 129 p., 39 fig. This report contains: (1) administrative
report and statistics of mineral production, 1928-1929, (2) need for
conservation and protection of our water supply, (3) the possibility of petroleum in Florida, (4) beaches of Florida, (5) a palm nut of Attalea
from the upper Eocene of Florida.
*AR 23/24 1933, 227 p., 23 fig., 3 tables. This report contains (1)
administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1930-1931,
(2) northern disjuncts in northern Florida and cypress domes, (3) notes
on the geology and the occurrence of some diatomaceous earth deposits of
Florida and diatoms of the Florida peat deposits, (4) groundwater
resources of Sarasota County, Florida, and exploration of artesian wells
in Sarasota County, Florida.
* publication is out-of-print




BIENNIAL REPORTS

*BR 1 1933-1934; including economic investigation of water and mineral
resources; 1935, 25 p., 4 fig.
*BR 2 1935-1936; featuring review of the Florida mineral industry, 1934-35;
1937, 29 p., 6 fig.
*BR 3 1937-1938; including review of Florida mineral industry and list of
producers and production for 1936-37; 1939, 28 p., 2 fig.
*BR 4 1939-1940; including review of the museum collection of rocks,
minerals, fossils and artifacts; mineral resources, producers, and
production during 1938-39; 1941, 30 p., 1 fig.
*BR 5 1941-1942; museum collection; oil prospecting and well drilling;
mineral resources, producers, and production during 1940-41; 1943, 32
p.
*BR 6 1943-1944; water resources; discovery of oil; mineral industry and
summaries of production, 1942-1943; 1945, 29 p., 3 fig.
*BR 7 1945-1946; oil prospecting and production; mineral statistics and list
of producers, 1944-45; 1947, 22 p.
*BR 8 1947-1948; expanded program in cooperation with other agencies; oil
prospecting and production; mineral production and producers during
1946-1947; 1949, 30 p., 3 fig.
*BR 9 1949-1950; well sample library; oil exploration and development data;
Florida mineral industry summary of production and producers during
1948-49; 1951, 32 p., 4 fig.
*BR 10 1951-1952; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities; Florida
mineral industry, production and producers during 1950-1951; 1953, 54
p.,9 9 fig.
*BR 11 1953-1954; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities; Florida
mineral industry production, and producers during 1952-1953; 1955, 60
p., 4ig.
*BR 12 1955-1956; duties of the Survey personnel of the Florida and U.S.
Geological Surveys; cooperative activities with other agencies; study
of the proposed Cross-Florida Barge Canal and Sanford-Titusville Canal; Florida mineral industry and producers during 1954-55; 1957, 86 p., 12
fig., 2 tables.
*-publication is out-of-print




*BR 13 1957-1958; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys;
cooperative activities with other agencies; Florida mineral industry
and producers during 1956-1957; 1959, 84 p., 14 fig., 4 tables.
*BR 14 1959-1960; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys;
cooperative activities with other agencies; Florida mineral industry
and producers during 1958-1959; 1961, 184 p., 12 fig., 10 tables. BR 15 1987-1988 Biennial Report, 1990. By P.A. Bond, 34 p. BR 16 1989-1990 Biennial Report, 1991. By P.A. Bond, 40 p.
* publication is out-of-print




BULLETINS

*B 1 The Underground Water Supply of Central Florida, by E.H. Sellards,
1908, 103 p., 6 pl., 6 text fig. Contains (1) underground water,
general discussion, (2) the underground water of central Florida, deep and shallow wells, spring and artesian prospects, (3) effects of underground solution, cavities, sinkholes, disappearing streams, and
solution basins, (4) drainage of lakes, ponds, and swamp lands and
disposal of sewage by bored wells, (5) water analyses and tables
giving general water resources, public water supplies, spring and well
records.
*B 2 Roads and Road Materials of Florida, by E.H. Sellards, H. Gunter & N.H.
Cox, 1911, 31 p., 4 pl. Contains (1) an account of the road building
materials of Florida, (2) a statistical table showing the amount of
improved roads built by the counties of the State to the close of 1910.
*8 3 Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of
Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1930, 189 p., 21 pl.
*B 4 The Foraminifera of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by J.A.
Cushman, 1930, 93 p., 12 pl.
*B 5 (1) A Fossil Teleost Fish of the Snapper Family (Lutianidae) from the
Lower Oligocene of Florida, by W.K. Gregory, (2) The Foraminifers of
the Marianna Limestone of Florida, by W.S. Cole and G.M. Ponton, 1930,
61 p., 11 pl., 2 fig.
*B 6 The Pliocene and Pleistocene Foraminifera of Florida, by W.S. Cole,
1931, 79 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.
*8 7 The Pensacola Terrace and Associated Beaches and Bars of Florida, by F.
Leverett, 1931, 44 p., 8 fig., 1 map.
*B 8 Miocene Pelecypods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by W.C.
Mansfield, 1932, 240 p., 34 pl., 3 fig.
*B 9 The Foraminifera of the Upper Middle, and Part of the Lower Miocene of
Florida, by J.A. Cushman and G.M. Ponton, 1932, 147 p., 17 pl., 2
tables, 1 map.
*B 10 (1) Mlocene 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 Ground Water Investigations in Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1933, 33
p.
* publication is out-of-print




*B 12 New Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods From Alaqua Creek Valley,
Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1935, 50 p., 5 pl.
*B 13 Ostracods of the Arca Zone of the Choctawhatchee Miocene of Florida, by
H.V. Howe, 1935, 47 p., 4 pl.
*B 14 Additions to the Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, by
J. Gardner, 1936, 82 p., 10 pl.
*B 15 Mollusks of the Tampa and Suwannee Limestones of Florida, by W.C.
Mansfield, 1937, 334 p., 21 pl.
*B 16 Stratigraphy and Micropaleontology of Two Deep Wells in Florida, Mamie
S. Hammond., Granberry No. 1, W-285, Jackson Co., and Port St. Joe
Paper Company, Test Wells No. 3, W-288, and No. 4, W-289, Gulf Co., by
W.S. Cole, 1938, 6 p., 12 pl., 3 fig.
*B 17 Scenery of Florida Interpreted by a Geologist, by C.W. Cooke, 1939,
120 p., 58 fig.
*B 18 Notes on the Upper Tertiary and Pleistocene Mollusks of Peninsular
Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1939, 76 p., 4 pl., 2 fig., 5 tables.
*B 19 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 1,
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Power House
Well No. 2, W-448, Polk Co., and Peninsular Oil and Refining Company's J.W. Cory No. 1, W-445, Monroe Co., by W.S. Cole, 1941, 94 p., 18 pl.,
4 fig., I table.
*B 20 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 2,
Suwannee Petroleum Corporation's Sholtz No. 1, W-166, Levy Co., and
Florida Oil Discovery Company's Cedar Keys No. 2, W-355, Levy Co., by
W.S. Cole, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig.
B 21 Geology of Holmes and Washington Counties, Florida, by R.O. Vernon, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig. ($1.00).
*B 22 Contributions to Florida Vertebrate Paleontology: (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 Florida Dunes and Scrub, Vegetation and Geology, by H. Kurz, 1942,
154 p., 25 pl., 24 fig., 3 tables.
*B 24 Florida Mineral Industry, with Summaries of Production for 1940 and
1941, by R.O. Vernon, 1943, 207 p., 40 fig., 25 tables.
* publication is out-of-print




*B 25 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 Stratlgraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 3,
City of Quincy Wellt, W-4, Gadsden Co., St. Mary's River Oil
Corporation, Hilliard Turpentine Company No. 1, W-336, Nassau Co., by
W.S. Cole, 1944, 168 p., frontispiece, 29 pl., 5 fig. Addendum:
Discovery of Oil in Florida, pp. 162-163, fig. 4-5.
*B 27 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 Stratlgraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 4, City of Tallahassee Water Well no. 6, W-453, Leon Co., Dale Mabry
Field Water Well "B", W-95, Leon Co., Ravlin-Brown V.G. Phillips No. 1
Well, W-440, Wakulla County, by W.S. Cole, 1945, 160 p., 22 pl., 8
fig., 17 tables. ($1.00).
*B 29 Geology of Florida, by C.W. Cooke, 1945, 342 p., I pl., I map, 47 fig.
*B 30 The Peat Deposits of Florida, Their Occurence, Development, and Uses,
by J.H. Davis, Jr., 1946, 250 p., frontispiece, 36 fig., 27 tables.
*B 31 Springs of Florida, by G.E. Ferguson, C.W. Lingham, S.K. Love, and
R.O. Vernon, 1947, 198 p., frontispiece, I map, 37 fig., 4 tables.
*B 31 Springs of Florida (Revised) by J.C. Rosenau, G.L. Faulkner, C.W.
Hendry, Jr. and R.W. Hull, 1977, 461 p., frontispiece, 31 fig., 7
tables, 175 fig. Note: Bulletin 31 is now available from the
Ocala National Forest Interpretive Association at the cost of $27 plus postage. Requests should be directed to the Association at:
10863 E. Hwy. 40, Silver Springs, FL 32688, or phone 904/625-7470.
*B 32 Elevations in Florida, by H. Gunter, 1948, 1160 p., 2 fig.
*B 33 Geology of Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida, by R.O. Vernon, 1951,
256 p., frontispiece, 2 pl. I map, 40 fig., 20 tables.
B 34 Paleontological 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. ($1.00).
* publication is out-of-print




B 35 Eocene Mollusks from Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida, by H.G.
Richards and K.V.W. Palmer, 1953, 96 p., 13 pl. ($1.00).
B 36 Contribution to the Study of the Miocene of the Florida Panhandle, by
H.S. Puri, 1954, 345 p., 47 pl., 21 fig., 15 tables, 1 map. ($1.00).
B 37 Geology of Jackson County, Florida, by W.E. Moore, 1955, 101 p.,
frontispiece, 5 pl., 27 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
B 38 Stratigraphy and Zonation of the Ocala Group, by H.S. Puri, 1957, 248
p., 3 pl., 30 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
*B 39 Mining and Mineral Resources, by J.L. Calver, 1957, 132 p., 35 fig.,
12 tables.
B 40 Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Late Neogene Strata of the Caloosahatchee River Area of Southern Florida, by J.R. DuBar, 1958, 267
p., 4 pl., 49 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00).
B 41 Some Geomorphic Features of Central Peninsular Florida, by W.A. White, 1958, 92 p., 3 pl., 14 fig. ($1.00).
B 42 The Limestone Resources of Washington, Holmes, and Jackson Counties, Florida, by W.D. Reves, 1961, 121 p., 27 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00).
B 43 Neogene Biostratigraphy of the Charlotte Harbor Area in Southwestern Florida, by J.R. DuBar, 1962, 83 p., 8 fig., 2 pl., 8 tables. ($1.00).
B 44 The Osteology and Paleontology of the Passerine Birds of Reddick, Florida, by J.H. Hamon, 1964, 209 p., 13 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
B 45 The Regional Lithostratigraphic Analysis of Paleocene and Eocene Rocks of Florida, by C.S. Chen, 1965, 105 p., 44 fig., 1 table. ($1.00).
B 46 Geology of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Western Florida Panhandle, by 0.T. Marsh, 1966, 140 p., 28 fig., 5 pl., 16 tables. ($1.00).
B 47 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.
($1.00).
B 48 Geology of Jefferson County, Florida, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1966, 115 p.,
2 fig., 1 pl., 9 tables. ($1.00).
B 49 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.
($1.00).
* publication is out-of-print




B 50 Mineral Resource Study of Holmes, Walton and Washington Counties, by J.W. Yon, Jr. and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1970, 161 p., 16 fig., 11 tables.
($1.00).
*B 51 Geomorphology of the Florida Peninsula, by W.A. White, 1970, 164 p.,
44 fig. 7 pl.
B 52 Ancient Sea Levels Stands in Florida, by E.C. Pirkle, W.H. Yoho, and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1970, 61 p., 2 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00).
B 53 Corals from the Chipola and Jackson Bluff Formations of Florida, by N.E. Weisbord, 1972, 100 p., 8 fig., 15 pl. ($1.00).
B 54 (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; (2)
Petrography of the Suwannee Limestone, by A.F. Randazzo, 1972, 13 p., 7
fig., I table. ($1.00).
B 55 Igneous and Metamorphic Basement Rocks of Florida, by C. Milton, 1972, 125 p., 85 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00).
*B 56 New and Little-known Corals from the Tampa Formation of Florida, by
N.E. Weisbord, 1973, 156 p., 35 pl.
*B 57 Geology of Bay County, Florida, by W. Schmidt and M. Wiggs Clark, 1980,
96 p., 45 fig., 2 tables.
*B 58 Stratigraphy and Geologic History of the Apalachicola Embayment, by W.
Schmidt, 1985, 146 p., 64 fig., 6 pl., 7 tables.
B 59 The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn (Miocene) of Florida, by T.M.
Scott, 1988, xiv, 148 p., 81 fig., I table. ($1.00).
*B 60 Geology of Wakulla County, Florida, by F. Rupert and S. Spencer, 1988,
vii, 46 p., 22 fig., 2 tables.
B 61 Geology and Ground-water Resources of Madison County, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine, Steven M. Spencer, and Teresa O'Carroll, 1990.
($1.00).
B 62 Geology of Gadsden County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1990. ($1.00). B 63 Geology of Gulf County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1991, 51 p., 22 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
* publication is out-of-print




INFORMATION CIRCULARS

*IC I 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., I 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., I table 1960 Supplement, 1961, 15 p., 2 fig., 4 tables
*IC 2 Florida Kaolins and Clays, by J.L. Calver, 1949, 59 p., 2 fig., 3
tables.
*IC 3 Ground Water in Florida, by H.H. Cooper, Jr. and V.T. Stringfield,
1950, 6 p., 5 fig.
*IC 4 The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida
Interim Report, by H.M. Peek, 1953, 22 p., 7 fig.
*IC 5 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 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 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 Interim Report on Ground-Water Resources of the North-eastern Part of
Volusia County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick and W.P. Leutze, 1956, 68 p.,
14 fig., 4 tables.
*IC 9 Interim Report on Salt-Water Encroachment in Dade County, Florida, by
H. Klein, 1957, 5 p., 12 fig.
*IC 10 Interim Report on the Progress of an Inventory of Artesian Wells in
Florid., by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and J.A. Lavendar, 1957, 178 p., 27 fig.,
3 tables.
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*IC 11 Interim Report on the Water Resources of Brevard County, Florida, by
D.W. Brown, W.E. Kenner, and E. Brown, 1957, 109 p., 30 fig., 15
tables.
*IC 12 Ground-Water Resources of the Stuart Area, Martin County, Florida, by
W.F. Lichtler, 1957, 47 p., 9 fig., 4 tables.
*IC 13 Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Flagler County,
Florida, by B.J. Bermes, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table.
*IC 14 Interim Report of the Ground-Water Resources of St. Johns County,
Florida, by G.R. Tarver, 1958, 35 p., 13 fig., 1 table.
*IC 15 Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Putnam County, Florida,
by G.W. Leve, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table.
*IC 16 Interim Report on the Changes in the Chloride Content of Ground-Water
in Pinellas County, Florida, Between 1947 and 1956, by D.W. Brown,
1958, 11 p., 4 fig., 1 table.
*IC 17 Interim Report on the Flood of June 9, 1957, at Perry, Florida, by R.H.
Musgrove, 1958, 12 p., 8 fig.
*IC 18 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 Interim Report on Records of Wells in Manatee County, Florida, by H.M.
Peek, 1958, 199 p., 3 fig., 1 table.
*IC 20 Interim Report on Surface-Water Resources, Baker County, Florida, by
R.W. Pride, 1958, 32 p., 7 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 21 Final Report on an Inventory of Flowing Artesian Wells in Florida, by
C.W. Hendry, Jr. and J.A. Lavendar, 1959, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 22 Record of Wells in Ruskin Area, Hillsborough County, Florida, by H.M.
Peek, 1959, 85 p., 2 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 23 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 Record of Wells in Volusla County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick, 1961, 96
p., 2 fig., 1 pl., 1 table.
*IC 25 Surface-Water Resources of Polk County, Florida, by R.C. Heath, 1961,
123 p., 50 fig., 9 tables.
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*IC 26 Interim Report on the Hydrologic Features of the Green Swamp Area in
Central Florida, by R.W. Pride, F.W. Meyer, and R.N. Cherry, 1961, 96
p., 22 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 27 Preliminary Investigation of the Ground-Water Resources of Northeast
Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1961, 28 p., 11 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 28 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 Ground-Water Resources of Northwest Collier County, Florida, by C.B.
Sherwood and H. Klein, 1961, 44 p., 17 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 30 Interim Report on the Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa
Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough, and O.T. Marsh,
1961, 89 p., 30 fig., 1 table.
*IC 31 Stage Characteristics of Florida Lakes, by W.E. Kenner, 1961, 82 p.,
62 fig.
*IC 32 Water-Resource Records of Brevard County, Florida, by D.W. Brown, W.E.
Kenner, J.W. Crooks, and J.B. Foster, 1962, 180 p., 7 fig., 16 tables.
*IC 33 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida in 1960,
by H.G. Healy, 1962, 19 p., 3 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 34 Ground-Water Records of Seminole County, Florida, by J.T. Barraclough,
1962, 148 p., 3 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 35 Well Design as a Factor Contributing to Loss of Water from the Floridan
Aquifer Eastern Clay County, Florida, by J.B. Foster, 1962, 10 p., 4
fig.
*IC 36 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 Ground-Water Records of Flagler, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties,
Florida, by B.J. Bermes, G.W. Leve, and G.R. Tarver, 1963, 89 p., 5
fig., 3 tables.
*IC 38 Records of Wells and Water Resources Data in Polk County, Florida, by
H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1963, 144 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.
*IC 39 Surface-Water Resources of St. Johns, Flagler, and Putnam Counties, by
W.E. Kenner and J.W. Crooks, 1963, 44 p., 10 fig., 16 tables.
*IC 40 Maps Showing Depths of Selected Lakes in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, 1964,
82 p., 76 fig., 2 tables.
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*IC 41 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 Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1962, by C.
Babcock, 1964, 29 p., 4 fig., 5 tables.
*IC 43 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 Water-Resources Records of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C.G. Menke,
E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall, 1964, 95 p., 4 fig., 13 tables.
*IC 45 Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1963, by C.
Babcock, 1965, 63 p., 4 fig., 12 tables, 3 p1.
*IC 46 Ceramic Clay Investigations in Alachua, Clay, and Putnam Counties,
Florida, by R.C. Hickman and H.P. Hamlin, 1965, 46 p., 4 fig. ($1.00).
*IC 47 Control of Lake Levels in Orange County, Florida, by W. Anderson, W.F.
Llchtler, and B.F. Joyner, 1965, 15 p., 7 fig.
*IC 48 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers in Florida, 1961-62,
by H.G. Healy, 1966, 72 p., 45 fig., 1 table.
*IC 49 Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, 1964, by
C. Babcock, 1966, 117 p., 12 fig., 11 tables.
*IC 50 Water Resource 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 Groundwater in the Immokalee Area, Collier County, Florida, by H.J.
McCoy, 1967, 13 p., 11 fig., 1 table.
*IC 52 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers in Florida, 1963-64,
by H.G. Healy, 1968, 68 p., 46 fig., I table.
*IC 53 Groundwater Resource Data of Charlotte, DeSoto, and Hardee Counties,
Florida, by M.I. Kaufman and N.P. Dion, 1968, 24 p., 4 fig., 4 tables.
*IC 54 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1965, by C. Babcock, 1968, 50 p., 2
fig., 2 tables.
*IC 55 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1966, by C. Babcock, 1968, 35 p.,
3 fig., 2 tables.
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*IC 56 Test Well Exploration in the Myakka River Basin Area, Florida, by
H. Sutcliffe, Jr. and B.F. Joyner, 1968, 61 p., 15 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 57 Water Resource Records of the Econfina Creek Basin Area, Florida, by
R.H. Musgrove, J.B. Foster, and L.G. Toler, 1968, 127 p., 9 fig., 14
tables.
*IC 58 Production and Utilization of Water in the Metropolitan Area of
Jacksonville, Florida, by G.W. Leve and D.A. Goolsby, 1969, 37 p., 9
fig., 14 tables.
*IC 59 Seepage Tests in L-D1 Borrow Canal at Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by F.W.
Meyer and J.E. Hull, 1969, 31 p., 13 fig., 1 table.
*IC 60 Geology of the Upper Cretaceous Clastic Section Northern Peninsular
Florida, by C. Babcock, 1969, 44 p., 20 fig.
*IC 61 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1965-66,
by H.G. Healy, 55 p., 47 fig., 1 table.
*IC 62 A Test of Flushing Procedures to Control Salt-Water Intrusion at the
W.P. Franklin Dam near Ft. Myers, Florida, 15 p., 8 fig., 3 tables; and
The Magnitude and Extent of Salt-Water Contamination in the
Caloosahatchee River Between LaBelle and Olga, Florida, by D.H.
Boggess, 1970, p. 17-39, 8 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 63 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1967, by C. Babcock, 1970, 32 p.,
7 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 64 Report on Geophysical and Television Explorations in City of
Jacksonville Water Wells, by G.W. Leve, 1970, 15 p., 9 fig.
*IC 65 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1968, by C. Babcock, 1970, 40 p., 10
fig., 7 tables.
*IC 66 Directory of Mineral Producers in Florida, by E.L. Maxwell, 1968, 40
p., 4 fig.
*IC 67 Selected Water Resources of Okaloosa County, Florida, by J.B. Foster
and C.A. Pascale, 1971, 95 p., 4 fig., 9 tables.
*IC 68 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers of Florida, 1967-68,
by H.G. Healy, 1970, 78 p., 51 fig., 1 table.
*IC 69 Selected Flow Characteristics of Florida Streams and Canals, by R.C.
Heath and E.T. Wimberly, 1971, 595 p., 7 fig.
* publication is out-of-print




*IC 70 The Beneficial Use 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 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1969, by C. Babcock, 1971, 48 p.,
7 fig., 7 tables.
*IC 72 Land Use Conflicts and Phosphate Mining in Florida, by J.W. Sweeney,
1972, 41 p., 6 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 73 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1969-70,
by H.G. Healy, 1972, 73 p., 54 fig., 1 table.
*jC 74 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 Saline-Water Intrusion From Deep Artesian Sources in the McGregor Isles
Area of Lee County, Florida, by C.R. Sproul, D.H. Boggess, and H.J.
Woodard, 1972, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables.
*IC 76 Hydrologic Aspects of Freshening Upper Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by J.A.
Mann, 1972, 39 p., 15 fig., 2 tables.
*IC 77 Ground Water in the Hallandale Area, Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1972, 32
p., 13 fig., 5 tables.
*IC 78 Records of Hydrologic Data, Walton County, Florida, by C.A. Pascale,
C.F. Essig, Jr., and R.R. Herring, 1972, 103 p., 5 fig., 9 tables.
*IC 79 Flood of September 20-23, 1969, in the Gadsden County Area, Florida, by
W.C. Bridges and D.R. Davis, 1972, 37 p., 23 fig., 3 tables.
*1C 80 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1970, by C. Babcock, 1972, 82 p.,
6 fig., 13 tables.
*IC 81 Public Water Supplies of Selected Municipalities in Florida, 1970, by
H.G. Healy, 1972, 213 p., 28 fig., 4 tables.
IC 82 Flow and Chemical Characteristics of the St. Johns River at Jacksonville, Florida, by W. Anderson and D.A. Goolsby, 1973, 33 fig.
*IC 83 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1970, by R.W. Pride, 1973, 31 p., 6
fig., 10 tables.
*IC 84 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1971, by W.F. Stowasser, 1973, 12 p.,
1 fig., 11 tables.
*IC 85 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1971-72,
by H.G. Healy, 1974, 94 p., 54 fig., I table.
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*IC 86 Hydrogeologic Characteristics of the Surficial Aquifer in Northwest
Hillsborough County, Florida, by W.C. Sinclair, 1974, 98 p., I fig.,
4 tables.
IC 87 List of Publications. (Revised periodically). Available at no charge.
*IC 88 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1972, by W.F. Stowasser and W.R.
Oglesby, 1974, 13 p., 10 tables.
IC 89 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1973, by W.F. Stowasser and C.W.
Hendry, Jr., 1976, 13 p., 9 tables. ($1.00).
*IC 90 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1974, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W.
Hendry, Jr., 1977, 14 p., 11 tables.
*IC 91 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1975, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W.
Hendry, Jr., 1979, 16 p., 11 tables.
*IC 92 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1976, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W.
Hendry, Jr., 1979, 14 p., 7 tables.
*IC 93 Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by E. Lane, 1983, 8 p.,
5 fig., 1 table. For an update of this, see OFR 40.
*IC 94 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1978-79, by J.R. Boyle and C.W.
Hendry, Jr., 1981, 10 p., 7 tables.
*IC 95 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1980, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry,
Jr., 1982, 11 p., 7 tables. ($1.00).
IC 96 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1981, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry,
Jr., 1983, 11 p., 6 tables. ($1.00).
*IC 97 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1982, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry,
Jr., 1984, 11 p., 6 tables. ($1.00) .
IC 98 Annotated Bibliography of Florida Basement Geology and Related
Tectonic Studies, by J.M. Lloyd, 1985, 72 p., index, appendix.
($1.00).
IC 99 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1983, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry,
Jr., 1985, 12 p., 6 tables. ($1.00).
*IC 100 Palynology and Paleoecology of a Lignitic Peat from Trail Ridge, Florida, by F.J. Rich, 1985, 15 p., 4 fig., I pl. ($1.00).
*IC 101 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.
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*IC 102 The Industrial Minerals of Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 94
p., 18 fig., I table.
*IC 103 Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida Geological
Survey, compiled by R.A. Johnson, 1986, xi, 431 p., I fig. ($1.00).
(Includes MS 111).
*IC 104 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., I table, 5 appendices.
IC 105 PART I The Industrial Minerals Industry Directory of Fla., by Steven M. Spencer. PART II Geology, Mining and Reclamation at the Radar
Hill Quarry, Citrus County, Fla., by J. William Yon, William R.
Waite, and Charles T. Williams. 1989, 51 pgs., 10 figures. ($1.00).
IC 106 1986 and 1987 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd, 1989, 39 pages, 16 figures. ($1.00).
IC 107 Part I 1988 and 1989 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd, 1991. Including Florida Petroleum Reserve
Estimates, by Charles H. Tootle. Part II Petroleum Exploration and
Development Policies in Florida: Response to Public Concern for
Sensitive Environment, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd and Joan M. Ragland.
Part ill Petrology and Provenance of the Norphlet Formation,
Panhandle, Florida, by Greg W. Scott, 1991, 121 p. ($1.00).
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LEAFLETS

L 1 Your Water Resources, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 1963, 35 p., 22 fig. ($1.00).
L 2 Water for Thirsty Industry It's Your Problem, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 9 p., 7 fig. ($1.00).
*L 3 The Pensacola Area's Water, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 1965,
13 p., 16 fig. ($1.00).
*L 4 Chronological Bibliography of Principal Published Ground Water Reports
in Florida, prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, 1908-1963, by L.W. Hyde, 1964, 18 p., 5
fig.
*L 5 Water Control Versus Sea-Water Intrusion in Broward County, Florida, by
C.B. Sherwood and R.G. Grantham, 1965, 13 p., 9 fig. ($1.00).
*L 6 Jacksonville's Water, by G.W. Leve, 1965, 12 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.
($1.00).
*L 7 Salt Intrusion Can Be Controlled, by H. Klein, 1966, 6 p., 3 fig. L 8 Water in Orange County, Florida, by B.F. Joyner, W.F. Lichtler, and W.
Anderson, 1968, 17 p., 12 fig. ($1.00).
*L 9 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 Florida Caverns State Park, a Nature-Made Geologic Wonderland, by W.
Schmidt, 1982, 16 p., 8 fig.
L 11 The Geology of Torreyp State Park, by K.M. Campbell and R.W. Hoenstine, 1982, 8 p. ($1.00).
L 12 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., 19 fig. ($1.00).
L 13 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., 13 fig. ($1.00).
L 14 Geology of the State Parks in the Florida Keys, by E. Lane, 1986, 28 p., 21 fig. ($1.00).
L 15 The Florfda Geological Survey; Geological Research Contributing to Responsible Growth in Florida, 1991, 6 p., 7 fig. (free)
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MAP SERIES

MS 1 Piezometric Map. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Map represents the piezometric
surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida. Size: 15 x 15 inches.
Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 2 Land-Pebble Phosphate District. Compiled by J.B. Cathcart and E.L.M.
Ward, U.S. Geological Survey. Maps show mined-out areas and property
ownership as of March, 1953, in the land-pebble phosphate district,
Polk and Hillsborough Counties, Florida. In two sheets, one 36 x 44 inches; the other 30 x 44 inches. Scale: approximately 1 mile to 1
inch.
*MS 3 Geologic Map. Prepared by the Florida Geological Survey in
cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey. Map shows the surface
occurrence 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 Piezometric Map with the Area of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, July 6-17, 1961; Revised 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 5 Hydrologic Map Showing Features of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County, Florida. January, 1963. Prepared by the U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, in five colors. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1
inch. ($1.00).
*MS 6 Regional oil and gas well location maps of Florida, and field maps,
are available at a scale of 1:250,000 and 1:24,000 respectively.
Statewide coverage in this series requires 15 regional maps and 10
field maps. For information on ordering oil and gas maps, contact the
Administrator of Oil and Gas, Florida Bureau of Geology, 903 West
Tennessee St., Tallahassee, FL 32304, (904) 487-2219.
MS 7 Generalized Water-Table Contours in Southern Florida, 1964. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Geological Survey. Size: 10 x 15 inches. Scale: approximately 25
miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 8 Mineral Resources and Industries of Florida. Prepared for the Florida
Geological Survey by J.L. Calver, 1956. Size 9 x 12-1/2 inches.
Scale: approximately 50 miles to 1 inch.
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MS 9 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Hillsborough County,
Florida, 1963. Compiled by D.E. Shattles, U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches.
Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 10 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in the Econfina Creek Basin
Area, Florida, 1962. Compiled by L.G. Toler and W.J. Shampine, U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch.
($1.00).
*MS 11 Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer of Northwest
Florida, 1963. Compiled by L.G. Toler. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x
25 inches. Scale: 15 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 12 Chloride Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan
Aquifer in Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 13 Hardness of Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in
Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared by
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology,
Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches.
Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 14 Dissolved Solids in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer
in Florida, 1965. Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared
by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
*MS 15 Sulfate Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan
Aquifer in Florida, 1965. Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 16 Principal Aquifers in Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by L.W.
Hyde. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 17 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Brevard County, Florida, 1963. Compiled by W.J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. ($1.00).
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*MS 18 Geologic Map of Florida. Compiled by R.0. Vernon and H.S. Puri, 1964.
Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
*MS 19 Folio of South Florida Basin, A Preliminary Study, 1966. Compiled by
W. R. Oglesby. Size: 9 x 14 inches. Scale-: approximately 40 miles
to 1 inch.
MS 20 Chloride Content of Ground Water in Pinellas County, Florida, in 1950 and 1963; 1966. Compiled by R.N. Cherry. Prepared by U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey and-the
Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 20.5 x. 27 inches.
Scale: approximately 4-1/2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 21 Availability of Ground Water in Orange County, Florida, 1966.
Compiled by W.F. Lichtler and B.F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Board of County
Commissioners of Orange County and the Florida Geological Survey.
Size: 27-3/4 x 36-3/4 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1
inch. ($1.00).
MS 22 Runoff in Florida, 1966. Compiled by W.E. Kenner. Size: 16 x 20
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 23 Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Northwestern Florida, 1966. Compiled by L.G. Toler. Size: 16-3/4 x 24 inches.
Scale: approximately 15 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 24 Availability and Quality of Surface Water in Orange County, Florida, 1966. Compiled by W. Anderson and B.F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Board of County
Commissioners of Orange County, Florida. Size: 22-3/4 x 34-1/2
inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 25 Temperature and Chemical Characteristics of the St. John's River Near Cocoa, Florida; 1967. Compiled by K.A. MacKichan, U.S.. Geological
Survey. Size: 25 x 18-3/4 inches, 12 fig. ($1.00).
MS 26 Ground Water Features in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, 1967. Compiled by J.T. Barraclough. Prepared by the U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of
Conservation, Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, and the City of
Pensacola. Size: 24 x 38 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 27 Chemical Character of Water in the Floridan Aquifer in Southern Peace River Basin, Florida, 1967. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman and N.P. Dion.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and the Southwest
Florida Water Management District. Size: 26 x 31 inches. Scale:
approximately 10 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 28 Drainage Basins in Florida, 1967. Compiled by W.E. Kenner, R.W. Pride, and C.S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of
Conservation. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles
to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 29 Water in Broward County, Florida, 1968. Compiled by H.J. McCoy, and C.B. Sherwood. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and
Broward County. Size: 25 x 38 inches. Scale: approximately 3-1/2
miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 30 Surface Drainage Characteristics in Volusia County, Florida, 1968.
Compiled by D. Knochenmus, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology,
Florida Board of Conservation and the Board of County Commissioners of
Volusia County. Size: 25.5 x 32 inches. Scale: approximately 6
miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 31 Seasonal Variation of Streamflow in Florida, 1969; Revised 1975.
Compiled by W.E. Kenner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 32 The Difference Between Rainfall and Potential Evaporation in Florida, 1969. Compiled by F.N. Visher and G.H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 33 Generalized Distribution and Concentration of Orthophosphate in Florida Streams, 1969, Revised 1975. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 34 Average Flow of Major Streams in Florida, 1969. Compiled by W.E.
Kenner, E.R. Hampton, and C.S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Departmant of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
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MS 35 Color of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1969, Revised 1975.
Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by -the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 36 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1965; 1970, Second Edition, 1975.
Compiled by R.W. Pride. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 37 The pH of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1970. Compiled by M.I.
Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 38 Hydrologic Setting of Deer Point Lake near Panama City, Florida, 1970.
Compiled by G.H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 34 x 23 inches. Scale: approximately 3/8 mile to 1
inch. ($1.00).
MS 39 Hydrologic Factors Affecting the Utilization of Land for Sanitary Landf ills in Northern Hillsborough County, Florida, 1970. Compiled by
J.W. Stewart and R.V. Hanan. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of
Natural Resources, Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa. Size:
34 x 24 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 40 Annual and Seasonal Rainfall in Florida; 1971. Compiled by G.H.
Hughes, E.R. Hampton, and D.F. Tucker. Prepared by the U.S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department
of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 100
miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 41 Bouguer Anomaly Map of South Florida; 1971. Compiled by W.R. Oglesby
and M.M. Ball. Prepared by the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department
of Natural Resources in cooperation with the Rosenstiel School of
Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami. Size: 23 x 26
inches. Scale: approximately 8 miles to 1 inch.
MS 42 Depth to Base of Potable Water in the Floridan Aquifer, 1971.
Compiled by H. Klein. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 43 Temperature of Florida Streams; 1971; Revised 1975. Compiled by W.
Anderson. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale; approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 44 Ground Water in Lake County, Florida, 1971. Compiled by D.D.
Knochenmus. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, Board of County Commissioners of Lake County and the Oklawaha Basin
Recreation and Water Conservation and Control Authority. Size: 35-3/4
x 22-3/4 inches, 5 fig. ($1.00).
MS 45 Streamflow Variation and Distribution in the Big Cypress Watershed During Wet and Dry Periods, 1972. Compiled by H.J. Freiberger.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau
of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 28 x 23
inches. Scale: approximately 7.5 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 46 Guide to Users of Ground Water in Bay County, Florida, 1972. Compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 34.5 x 23
inches. Scale: approximately 7 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
*MS 47 Sea-Water Intrusion in the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in
Coastal Pasco County, Florida, 1969, compiled by R.C. Reichenbaugh,
1972. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in Cooperation with the
Florida Bureau of Geology, Southwest Florida Water Management
District, and Pasco County Commissioners. Size: 36 X 22.5 inches.
Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch.
MS 48 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Thonotosassa near Tampa, Florida, 1972. Compiled by R.C. Reichenbaugh and J.D. Hunn. Prepared by the
U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Bureau of
Geology and Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x
22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 625 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 49 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Magdalene near Tampa, Florida, 1971.
Compiled by J.D. Hunn and R.C. Reichenbaugh. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 500 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 50 Land Use in the Big Cypress Area, Southern Florida, 1972. Compiled by J.T. Armbruster. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior
Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 28 x 22.5 inches. Scale:
approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 51 The Chemical Type of Water in Florida Streams, 1972, Revised 1975.
Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 17.5 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 52 Bouguer Anomaly Map of Northwest Florida and Adjacent Shelf. Compiled
by S. Chaki and W.R. Oglesby. Size: 23 x 32 inches. ($1.00).
MS 53 The Shallow Aquifer of Southwest Florida; 1972. Compiled by H. Klein.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau
of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources and Collier
County. Size: 23 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately 7.5 miles to 1
inch. ($1.00).
MS 54 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Minnehaha at Clermont, Florida;
1972. Compiled by P.W. Bush. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management District and
the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior
Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 23 x 36 inches. Scale:
approximately 1200 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 55 Quantity and Quality of Surface Water in Marion County, Florida,
1973. Compiled by W. Anderson and G.L. Faulkner. Prepared by the
U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Water
Management District and the Board of County Commissioners of Marion
County, Florida. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 56 Top of the Floridan Artesian Aquifer, 1973. Compiled by R.O. Vernon.
Prepared by the Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources,
Florida Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with U.S.
Geological Survey. Size: 21.5 x 18.5 inches. Scale: approximately
50 miles to 1.5 inches. ($1.00).
MS 57 Bouguer Anomaly Map of the Florida Peninsula and Adjoining Continental
Shelves, 1973. Compiled by W.R. Oglesby, M.M. Ball, and S.J. Chaki.
Prepared by the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of
Geology. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 16 miles to 1
inch. ($1.00).
MS 58 Specific Conductance of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1973,
Revised 1975. Compiled by L.J. Slack and M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology,
Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches.
Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 59 Encroaching Salt Water in Northeast Palm Beach County, Florida, 1973.
Compiled by H.G. Rodis. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners, Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, and the Florida Department of
Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology and Division of Recreation and Parks. Size: 24 x 35 inches. Not to
scale. ($1.00).
MS 60 Hydrology of Lake Tarpon Near Tarpon Springs, Florida, 1974. Compiled
by J.D. Hunn. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24 x 37
inches. Scale: approximately 1400 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 61 The Anclote and Pithlachascotee Rivers as Water Supply Sources, 1973.
Compiled by R.W. Coble. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management District, and
Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24
x 37 inches. Scales: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch and 2.5 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 62 Water-Level Fluctuations of Lakes in Florida, 1974. Compiled by G.H.
Hughes. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size:
17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 63 An Index to Springs of Florida, 1974, Revised 1975. Compiled by J.C.
Rosenau and G.L. Faulkner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles
to 1 inch.
*MS 64 Low Streamflow in Florida Magnitude and Frequency, 1974. Compiled
by R.B. Stone. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
*MS 65 The Observation-Well Network of the U.S. Geological Survey in Florida,
1974. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS .66 Surface Water Features of Florida, 1974. Compiled by L.J. Snell and
W.E. Kenner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:. approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
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MS 67 Ground-Water Withdrawals in the Upper Peace and Upper Alafia River
Basins, Florida, 1974. Compiled by A.F. Robertson and L.R. Mills.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Bureau of Geology,
Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 25 x 29.5 inches.
Scale: approximately 7 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 68 Recharge Areas of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County and
Vicinity, Florida, 1975. Compiled by C.H. Tibbals. Prepared by U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Natural Resources and Seminole County Commissioners. Size: 24 x 29
inches. Scale: approximately I mile to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 69 Hydrology of the Oklawaha Lakes Area of Florida, 1974. Compiled by
P.W. Bush. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the Southwest Florida Water Management District, and the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24 x 37
inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 70 Estimated Yield of Fresh-Water Wells in Florida, 1975. Compiled by
C.A. Pascale. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
($1.00).
MS 71 Terraces and Shorelines of Florida, 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau
of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17 x 21
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
*MS 72 River Basin and Hydrologic Unit Map of Florida, 1975. Compiled by
C.S. Conover and S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey
in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of
Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30
miles to 1 inch.
*MS 73 Potentiometric Surface and Areas of Artesian Flow of the Floridan
Aquifer of Florida, May 1974; 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared
by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of
Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch.
MS 74 Thickness of the Potable Water Zone in the Floridan Aquifer, 1976.
Compiled by L.V. Causey and G.W. Leve. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale:
approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 75 Nitrogen Loads and Concentrations in Florida Streams, 1976. Compiled
by L.J. Slack and D.A. Goolsby. Prepared by the Department of
Environmental Regulation in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology,
Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches.
Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 76 Program for Monitoring Surface-Water Quality in Florida, 1977.
Compiled by L.J. Slack. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size:
20 x 24 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 77 Dissolved Solids Concentrations and Loads in Florida Surface Waters,
1977. Compiled by J.E. Dysart and D.A. Goolsby. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation. Size: 17 x 19 inches. Scale: 30 miles to I
inch. ($1.00)
MS 78 Environmental Geology Series Pensacola Sheet, 1978. Compiled by W.
Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 17 x 22 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 79 Environmental Geology Series Gainesville Sheet, 1978. Compiled by
M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 80 Environmental Geology Series Ft. Pierce Sheet, 1980. Compiled by E.
Lane, M.S. Knapp, and T. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 81 Runoff from Hydrologic Units in Florida, 1978. Compiled by G.H.
Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00)
*MS 82 Chemical Quality of Water Used for Municipal Supply in Florida,
1975;1978. Compiled by G.G. Phelps. Prepared by the Florida
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles
to I inch.
MS 83 Principal Uses of Freshwater in Florida, 1975; 1978. Compiled by G.G.
Phelps. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22
inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 84 Environmental Geology Series Apalachicola Sheet, 1978. Compiled by W. Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 22 x.36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
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MS 85 Environmental Geology Series Orlando Sheet, 1978. Compiled by T.M.
Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 86 Top of the Floridan Aquifer in Northwest Florida, 1918. Compiled by
1. Kwader and W. Schmidt. Prepared by the Northwest Florida Water
Management District in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida
Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale:
1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 81 Freshwater Use in Florida, 1975. Compiled by S.D. Leach. Prepared by
the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department
of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts.
Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 88 Environmental Geology Series Valdosta Sheet, 1978. Compiled by M.S.
Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 89 Environmental Geology Series Jacksonville Sheet, 1978. Compiled by
T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 90 Environmental Geology Series Tallahassee Sheet, 1979. Compiled by
W. Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
*MS 91 Quality of Untreated Water for Public Supplies in Florida with
Reference to the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations, 1979.
Prepared by R.W. Hull and G.A. Irwin, in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 27 x 22 inches.
Scale: 100 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
*MS 92 Top of the Floridan Aquifer of North Central Florida, 1979. Compiled
by M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 35 x 23 inches. Scale: 1:500,000. ($1.00)
MS 93 Environmental Geology Series Daytona Beach Sheet, 1979. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 21 x 33 inches. Scale: 20 miles to 1-1/2 inch.
($1 .00)
MS 94 Potential Subsurface Zones for Liquid-Waste Storage in Florida, 1979.
Compiled by J.A. Miller. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation.
Size: 22 x 18 inches. Scale: 50 miles to 1-1/2 inch. ($1.00)
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*MS 95 Top of the Floridan Aquifer in the St. Johns River Water Management
District, 1980. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the St. Johns River Water Management District. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 8
miles to 1 inch. ($1.00)
MS 96 Water Quality of Florida Springs, 1979. Compiled by L.J. Slack and J.C. Rosenau. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation
with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 34 x
17.5 inches. Scale: 50 miles to 1-1/2 inch. ($1.00)
*MS 91 Environmental Geology Series Tampa Sheet, 1980. Compiled by M.S.
Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00)
MS 98 Areas of Natural Recharge to the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1980.
Compiled by J.W. Stewart. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation.
Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 99 Environmental Geology Series Tarpon Springs Sheet, 1981. Compiled
by R. Deuerling, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00).
*MS 100 Environmental Geology Series West Palm Beach Sheet, 1980. Compiled
by E. Lane, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural
Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00).
MS 101 Environmental Geology Series Miami .Sheet, 1981. Compiled by E. Lane, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00).
MS 102 Estimated Pumpage from Ground Water Sources for Public Supply and Rural Domestic Use in Florida, 1977; 1981. Compiled by H.G. Healy.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation, Bureau of Water Resources
Management. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch.
($1 .00).
MS 103 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts.
Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 104 Potentiometric Surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1980, by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation, Bureau of
Water Resources Management. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00).
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MS 105 Consumptive Use of Freshwater in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management
Districts. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch.
($1.00).
MS 106 Estimated Irrigation Water Use in Florida, 1980, by R.M. Spechler.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management
Districts. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch.
($1.00).
MS 107 Long-term Streamflow Stations in Florida, 1980, by D.W. Foose and J.E.
Sohm. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 X 17
inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 108 Projected Public Supply and Rural (Self-Supplied) Water Use in Florida
Through Year 2020, 1984, by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts.
Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 109 Wetlands in Florida, 1984, by P.S. Hampson. Prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to
1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 110 Sinkhole Type, Development, and Distribution in Florida, 1985, by W.C.
Sinclair and J.W. Stewart. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 111 Index Map of Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida
Geological Survey, [1986], compiled by R.A. Johnson, Size: 22 X 17
inches. Scale: 50 km to 1 inch. ($1.00) (Included with IC-103).
MS 112 Geology and Waste Disposal in Florida, [1987], by P. Bond, Size: 30 X
40 inches. Scale: 50 mi to 15/16 inch. ($1.00).
MS 113 Mineral Resources of Sumter County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W.
Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 29 x 19.5 inches. Scale: 2 miles
to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 114 Mineral Resources of Hernando County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W.
Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles
to I inch. ($1.00).
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MS 115 Mineral Resources of Citrus County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W.
Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles
to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 116 Mineral Resources of Levy County, Florida, 1988, by E. Lane, R.W.
Hoenstine, J.W. Yon, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 27.5 x 30 inches.
Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 117 Mineral Resources of Marion County, Florida, 1988, by R.W. Hoenstine,
E. Lane, F. Rupert, J.W. Yon, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 27 x 34 inches.
Scale: 2 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 118 Long-Term Stage Records of Lakes in Florida, 1987, by D.W. Foose.
Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation and the Florida Geological
Survey, Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 X 21 inches.
Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 119 Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May
1985; 1987, by G.L. Barr. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and the Florida Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources.
Size: 18 X 21 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 120 Mineral Resources of Collier County, by J.W. Yon, S.M. Spencer, R.W.
Hoenstine, and E. Lane. Size: 30 x 34 inches. Scale: 2 miles to I
inch. ($1.00).
MS 121 Mineral Resources of Madison County, Florida, 1988, by S.M. Spencer, J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches.
Scale: 2 miles to I inch. ($1.00).
MS 122 Runoff to Streams in Florida, 1988, by R.P. Rumenik. Size: 21 x 18 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00).
MS 123 Freshwater Withdrawals and Water-Use Trends in Florida, 1985, by Richard L. Marella, 1989. ($1.00).
MS 124 Ground-Water Sources and 1985 Withdrawals in Florida, by Clyde S.
Conover, John Vecchioli, and Donald W. Foose, 1989. ($1.00).
MS 125 A Guide to Geologic and Paleontologic Sites in Florida, by Frank R.
Rupert, 1989. ($1.00).
MS 126 Mineral Resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by Ronald W.
Hoenstine, Paulette Bond, Steven M. Spencer, and J. William Yon, 1989.
($1.00).
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MS 127 Mineral Resources of Flagler County, Florida, by Ed Lane, Paulette
Bond, Ronald W. Hoenstine, Steven M. Spencer, and J. William Yon,
1989. ($1.00).
MS 128 Mineral Resources of Putnam County, Florida, by Steven M. Spencer,
Ronald W. Hoenstine, Ed Lane, and J. William Yon, 1989. ($1.00).
MS 129 Mineral Resources of Jefferson County, Florida, by Paulette Bond,
Ronald W. Hoenstine, and Ed Lane, 1989. ($1.00).
MS 130 Mineral Resources of Lee County, Florida, by Ed Lane, Tom Scott,
Ronald W. Hoenstine, and J. William Yon, 1990. ($1.00).
MS 131 Mineral Resources of Alachua County, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine,
J. William Yon, Ed Lane, and Steven M. Spencer, 1990. ($1.00).
MS 132 Transmissivlty and Well Yields of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in
Florida, by William J. Andrews, 1990. ($1.00).
MS 133 Mineral Resources of Clay County, Florida, by Steven M. Spencer, J.
William Yon, Ronald W. Hoenstine, and Ed Lane, 1991. ($1.00).
MS 134 Mineral Resources of Union and Bradford Counties, Florida, by Ed Lane,
Ronald W. Hoenstine, Frank R. Rupert, and Steven M. Spencer, 1991.
($1.00).
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OPEN FILE REPORTS

*OFR 1 The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, Part I: The Geology
of the Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, by T.M. Scott,
1982, v, 45 leaves, 14 fig., appendix.
*OFR 2 Dissertations and Theses on Geology Completed at Florida Universities,
compiled by M.A. Cleveland, 1983, 36 leaves.
OFR 3 Notes on the Geology of Walton County, by W. Schmidt, 1984, 23 leaves,
3 pl. ($1.00).
*OFR 4 An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, 1984,
228 p., 28 fig., 9 tables.
OFR 5 Geology of Citrus County, by S. Spencer, 1984, 18 leaves, 3 fig.
($1.00)
OFR 6 Geology of Hillsborough County, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 20 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00)
*OFR 7 Geology of Sumter County, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 12 leaves, 4 fig. OFR 8 St. Vincent Island (St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge), by K.M.
Campbell, 1984 (rev.), 18 leaves, 5 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 9 Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida, 1985, by W. Schmidt, 11 leaves, 2
fig. ($1.00).
OFR 10 Geology of Sarasota County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 15 leaves, 6 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 11 Geology of DeSoto County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 13 leaves,
4 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 12 Geology and Groundwater of Madison County, by R.W. Hoenstine and S.M.
Spencer, 1986, 15 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 13 Geology of Polk County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 14 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 14 Status of Phosphatic Clay Waste Disposal, by J.W. Yon, 1983, 30 leaves, 13 fig. ($1.30).
OFR 15 The Lithostratigraphy of Nassau County in Relation to the
Superconducting Supercollider Site Investigation, by T.M. Scott, 1987,
unpaginated, 16 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
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OFR 16 Union County Geomorphology, by F. Rupert, 1987, 13 leaves, 3 fig.
($1.00).
OFR 17 Bradford County Geomorphology, by F. Rupert, 1987, 14 leaves, 3 fig.
($1.00).
OFR 18 The Geology and Geomorphology of Gilchrlst County, Florida, by F.
Rupert, 1988, 10 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 19 Geology and Geomorphology of Levy County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert,
1988, 18 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 20 Leon Sinks Special Interest Area, by E. Lane, 1988, 5 leaves.
($1.00).
OFR 21 Geologic Interpretation of the Aquifer Pollution Potential in Alachua
County, Florida, by M. Macesich, 1988, 25 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 22 The Geology of Wakulla Springs, by F.R. Rupert, 1988, 18 leaves, 5
fig. ($1.00).
OFR 23 Florida Caverns State Park, Jackson County, Florida, by W. Schmidt,
1988, 7 leaves, 1 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 24 The Geology of Flagler County, Florida, by J.D. Arthur, 1988, 13
leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 25 The Geology of Collier County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1988, 14
leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 26 Stratigraphlc Correlation of Outcrop Gamma Ray Profiles in Florida, by
R.A. Johnson, 1989, 29 leaves, 16 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 27 The Geology of Hamilton County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1989, 5
leaves, 2 fig. ($1.00).
OFR 28 Heavy-Mineral Reconnaissance off the Gulf Coast of Northwest Florida,
by the Florida Geological Survey, 1988, 66 p. ($1.00).
OFR 29 Characteristics of the Sediments Overlying the Floridan Aquifer System
in Alachua County, Florida, by Richard Green, J. Duncan, T. Seal, J.M.
Weinberg, and F. Rupert, 1989, 114 p. ($1.00).
OFR 30 Summary of the Geology of Glades County, Florida, by K. M. Campbell,
1990, 11 leaves, 4 figures. ($1.00).
OFR 31 A Brief Overview of Miocene Lithostratigraphy North Florida and
Eastern Georgia, by Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 6 p. ($1.00).
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OFR 32 The Geomorphology and Geology of Calhoun County, Florida, by Frank R.
Rupert, 1990, 7 p. ($1.00).
OFR 33 The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrology of Baker County, Florida, by
Paulette Bond, 1990, 16 p. ($1.00).
OFR 34 The Geology and Geomorphology of Florida's Coastal Marshes, by Frank
R. Rupert and Jonathan D. Arthur, 1990, 13 p. ($1.00).
OFR 35 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resources Potential of Surficial
Sediments Offshore of Cape Canaveral, Florida, by Bruce W. Nocita,
Pramuam Kohpina, Larry W. Papetti, Mary M. Olivier, Andrew E. Grosz,
Steve Snyder, Kenneth M. Campbell, Richard C. Green, and Thomas M.
Scott, 1990, 55 p. ($1.00).
OFR 36 The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Group of Peninsular Florida, by
Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 12 p. ($1.00).
OFR 37 Core Drilling Project: Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties, by Richard
C. Green, Kenneth M. Campbell, and Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 44 p.
($1.00).
OFR 38 Licensing of Geologists in Florida: A Result of the
Population/Development Explosion and Political Environmental
Awareness, by Walt Schmidt, 1990, 5 p. ($1.00).
OFR 39 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resource Potential of Holocene Sediments Offshore of Florida, Cape Canaveral to the Georgia Border: Phase I, by Bruce W. Nocita, Larry W. Papetti, Andrew E. Grosz, and
Kenneth M. Campbell, 1991, 107 p. ($1.00).
OFR 40 Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by Ed Lane, 1991, 11 p.
($1.00).
OFR 41 Radon Potential Study, Alachua County, Florida: Near-Surface Stratigraphy and Results of Drilling, by K. M. Campbell and T. M.
Scott, 1991, 42 p. ($1.00).
OFR 42 Gamma-Ray Profile Investigation of the Upper Pleistocene Miami
Limestone of South Florida, by Richard A. Johnson, 1991, 15 p.
($1.00).
OFR 43 The Geomorphology and Geology of Liberty County, Florida, by Frank R.
Rupert, 1991, 9 p. ($1.00).
OFR 44 Florida's Oil and Gas Reserves for 1991, by Charles H. Tootle, 8 p.
($1.00).
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OFR 45 The Geomorphology and Geology of Dixie County, Florida, by Frank R.
Rupert, 1991, 6 p. ($1.00).
OFR 46 The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrogeology of Lafayette County,
Florida, by Jonathan D. Arthur, 1991, 10 p. ($1.00).
OFR 47 Lithology and Palynology of Cave Floor Sediment Cores from Wakulla
Spring, Wakulla County, Florida, by Frank Rupert, 1991, 9 p. ($1.00).
OFR 48 Llthologic Variation in the Miami Limestone of Florida, by Richard A.
Johnson, 1992, 26 p. ($1.00).
OFR 49 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resource Potential of Holocene
Sediments Offshore of Florida, Cape Canaveral to the Georgia Border,
Phase II and Final Report, by Bruce Nocita, Larry Papetti, Andrew
Grosz, Nancy LaPlace, Ted Maul, Gary Zarillo, and Kenneth M. Campbell,
1992, 79 p. ($1.00).
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REPORTS OF INVESTIGATIONS

*RI I Ground Water in Seminole County, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1934,
14 p.
*RI 2 Ground Water in Lake Okeechobee Area, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield,
1933, 31 p.
*RI 3 The Dolomitic Limestones of Florida, by R.H. Hopkins, 1942, 105 p.
*RI 4 Interim Report on the Investigations of Water Resources in
Southeastern Florida with Special Reference to the Miami Area in Dade County, by G.G. Parker, G.E. Ferguson, and S.K. Love, 1944, 39 p., 9
p1.
*RI 5 Ground Water Conditions in Orlando and Vicinity, by A.G. Unklesbay,
1944, 61 p., 11 fig., 2 tables.
*RI 6 Geology and Ground Water of the Fort Lauderdale Area, Florida, by R.C.
Vorhis, 1948, 32 p., 12 pl.
RI 7 Water Resources Studies, 1951, 84 p., 20 fig., 3 tables. (1) Potential
Yield of Ground Water of the Fair Point Peninsula, Santa Rosa County,
by 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. ($1.00).
RI 8 Eleven Archaeological Sites in Hillsborough County, Florida, by R.B.
Bullen, 1952, 84 p., frontispiece, 24 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00).
RI 9 Miscellaneous Studies, 1953. (1) Dissolved Phosphorus in Florida Waters, by H.T. Odum, 40 p., 9 fig., 7 tables; (2) Petrology of Eocene
Limestones and Around the Citrus-Levy County Area, Florida, by A.G.
Fischer, 70 p., 15 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00).
RI 10 Ground Water of Central and Northern Florida, by H.H. Cooper, W.E. Kenner and E. Brown, 1953, 37 p., 23 fig. ($1.00).
RI 11 Ground-Water Resources of the Naples Area, Collier County, Florida, by H. Klein, 1954, 64 p., 15 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
RI 12 Ground-Water Resources of Pinellas County, Florida, by R.C. Heath and P.C. Smith, 1954, 139 p., 21 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00).
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RI 13 Water Resources of Palm Beach County, Florida, by M.C. Schroeder, D.L.
Milliken, and S.K. Love, 1954, 63 p., 21 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00).
RI 14 Avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation, by P. Brodkorb, 1955, 59 p., 2
pl., 8 tables. ($1.00).
RI 15 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Highlands County, Florida, by
E.W. Bishop, 1956, 115 p., 12 fig., 11 tables. ($1.00).
RI 16 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. Lord, 16 p., I fig., 5 tables; (3) An Analysis of
Ochlockonee River Channel Sediments, by E.H. Lord and P.C. Haley, 9
p., 3 tables. ($1.00).
RI 17 Biscayne Aquifer of Dade and Broward Counties Florida, by M.C.
Schroeder, H. Klein, and N.D. Hoy, 1958, 56 p., 24 fig. ($1.00).
RI 18 Ground-Water Resources of Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek,
1958, 99 p., 1 pl., 46 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
RI 19 Hydrologic Features of the Lake Istokpoga and Lake Placid Areas,
Highlands County, Florida, (1) Lake Istokpoga Area, Highlands County,
Florida, by F.A. Kohout, 25 p.; (2) Lake Placid Area, Highlands
County, Florida, by F.A. Kohout and F.W. Meyer, 1959, 40 p. ($1.00).
RI 20 Ground-Water Resources of the Oakland Park Area of Eastern Broward
County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood, 1959, 40 p., 23 fig., 2 tables.
($1.00).
RI 21 The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida,
by H.M. Peek, 1959, 96 p., 47 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
RI 22 The Ground-Water Resources of Volusia County, Florida, by G.G.
Wyrick, 1960, 65 p., 30 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
RI 23 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Martin County, Florida, by W.F.
Lichtler, 1960, 149 p., 26 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00).
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*RI 24 (1) Hydraulic 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 operations in the Snake
Creek Canal, Miami, Florida, by F.A. Kohout 1964, and S.D. Leach,
49 p., 22 fig.
RI 25 Water Resources of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C.G. Menke, E.W.
Meredith, and W.S. Wetterhall, 1961, 101 p., 52 fig., 6 tables.
($1.00).
RI 26 The Drought of 1954-56 Its Effect on Florida's Surface-Water Resources, by R.W. Pride and J.W. Crooks, 1962, 65 p., 9 fig., 5
tables. ($1.00).
RI 27 Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida, by J.T.
Barraclough, 1962, 91 p., 45 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
RI 28 Water Resources of Brevard County, Florida, by D.W. Brown, W.E.
Kenner, J.W. Crooks, and J.B. Foster, 1962, 104 p., 45 fig., 10
tables.1.00).
RI 29 Aquifers and Quality of Ground Water Along the Gulf Coast of Western Florida, by J.T. Barraclough and 0.T. Marsh, 1962, 28 p., 12 fig.
($1.00).
RI 30 Reconnaissance of the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Columbia County, Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1962, 73 p., 19 fig., 8 tables.
($1.00).
RI 31 Ground-Water Resources of Collier County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, 1962, 82 p., 29 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00).
RI 32 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns Counties, Florida, by B.J. Bermes, G.W. Leve, and G.R. Tarver, 1963,
97 p., 38 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
RI 33 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. ($1.00).
RI 34 Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Pasco and Southern Hernando Counties, Florida, by W.S. Wetterhall, 1964, 28 p., 7 Fig., 5 tables. ($1.00).
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RI 35 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. ($1.00).
RI 36 Hydrology of the Biscayne Aquifer in the Pompano Beach Area, Broward
County, Florida, by G.R. Tarver, 1964, 47 p., 24 fig., 4 tables.
($1.00).
RI 37 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. ($1.00).
RI 38 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. ($1.00).
RI 39 Reconnaissance of Springs and Sinks in West-Central Florida, by W.S.
Wetterhall, 1965, 5 fig. ($1.00).
RI 40 Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H.
Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough, and R.G. Grantham, 1965, 46 fig., 1
table. ($1.00).
RI 41 Water Resources of Econfina Creek Basin, by R.H. Musgrove, J.B.
Foster, and L.G. Toler, 1965, 51 p., 2 tables, 28 fig., ($1.00).
RI 42 Hydrology of the Green Swamp Area in Central Florida, by R.W.
Pride, F.W. Meyer, and R.N. Cherry, 1966, 137 p., 58 fig., 18
tables. ($1.00).
RI 43 Ground Water in Duval and Nassau Counties, Florida, by G.W. Leve,
1966, 91 p., 22 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00).
RI 44 Ground-Water Study of Polk County, by H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1966, 170 p.,
36 fig., 14 tables. ($1.00).
RI 45 Salt-Water Study of the Miami River and Its Tributaries, Dade County,
Florida, by S.D. Leach and R.G. Grantham, 1966, 36 p., 21 fig.
($1.00).
RI 46 Fluoride in Water in the Alafia and Peace River Basins, Florida, by
L.G. Toler, 1967, 46 p., 20 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
RI 47 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. ($1.00).
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RI 48 Analysis of the Water Level Fluctuations of Lake Jackson Near
Tallahassee, Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1967, 25 p., 16 fig.,
frontispiece, 2 tables. ($1.00).
RI 49 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. ($1.00).
RI 50 Water Resources of Orange County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, W.
Anderson, and B.F. Joyner, 1968, frontispiece, 150 p., 62 fig., 14
tables. ($1.00).
RI 51 Chemical Quality of Waters of Broward County, Florida, by R.G.
Grantham and C.B. Sherwood, 1968, 52 p., 16 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
RI 52 Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Baker County, Florida,
by G.W. Leve, 1968, 24 p., 9 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
RI 53 Low Streamflow in the Myakka River Basin Area in Florida, by H.N.
Flippo, Jr. and B.F. Joyner, 1968, 34 p., 5 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00).
RI 54 Water Resources of Northeast Florida, by L.J. Snell and W. Anderson,
1970, 77 p., 34 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00).
RI 55 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.
($1.00).
RI 56 General Hydrology of the Middle Gulf Area, Florida, by R.N. Cherry,
J.W. Stewart, and J.A. Mann, 1970, 96 p., 45 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00).
RI 57 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. ($1.00).
RI 58 Seepage Beneath Hoover Dike, Southern Shore of Lake Okeechobee,
Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1971, 98 p., 41 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00).
RI 59 The Shallow-Aquifer System in Duval County, Florida, by R.W.
Fairchild, 1972, 50 p., 15 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00).
RI 60 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. ($1.00).
RI 61 Appraisal of Water Resources in the East Central Florida Region, by
W.F. Lichtler, 1972, 52 p., 11 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00).
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RI 62 Water Available in Canals and Shallow Sediments in St. Lucie County,
Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1972, 50 p., 23 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 63 Hydrology of Western Collier Cotnty, Florida, by J. McCoy, 1972, 32
p., 11 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 64 Hydrologic Conditions in the Lakeland Ridge Area of Polk County,
Florida, by A.F. Robertson, 1973, 54 p., 23 fig., 6 tables.
*RI 65 Water Resources of Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood, 1973,
141 p., 64 fig., 7 tables.
RI 66 Salinity Studies in East Glades Agricultural Area, Southeastern Dade County, Florida, by J.E. Hull and F.W. Meyer, 1973, 20 fig., 2 tables.
($1.00).
*RI 67 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 Hydrogeologic Aspect of a Proposed Sanitary Landfill near Old Tampa
Bay, Florida, by R.N. Cherry and D.P. Brown, 1973, 8 fig., 3 tables.
RI 69 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. ($1.00).
RI 70 Indicators of Organic Contamination in Plantation Canal, Broward County, Florida, 1971-72, by T.N. Russo, 1974, 38 p., 18 fig., 8
tables. ($1.00).
*RI 71 Chemical and Biological Conditions of Lake Okeechobee, Florida,
1969-72, by B.F. Joyner, 1974, 94 p., 8 fig., 19 tables.
*RI 72 Hydrologic Concepts of Artificially Recharging the Floridan Aquifer in
Eastern Orange County, Florida A Feasibility Study, by D.D.
Knochenmus, 1974, 14 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 73 Water Balance of Lake Kerr A Deductive Study of a Land-locked Lake
in North-Central Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1974, 49 p., 18 fig., 6
tables. ($1.00).
*RI 74 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. ($1.00).
*RI 75 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.
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RI 76 Water Resources of Walton County, Florida, by C.A. Pascale, 1974, 65
p., 28 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 77 Ground-Water Resources of the Hollywood Area, Florida, by H.W.
Bearden, 1974, 35 p., 17 fig., 3 tables.
*RI 78 Appraisal of the Water Resources of Charlotte County, Florida, by H.
Sutcliffe, Jr., 1975, 53 p., 18 fig., 13 tables.
RI 79 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. ($1.00).
*RI 80 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. ($1.00).
*RI 81 Hydrology of Three Sinkhole Basins in Southwestern Seminole County,
Florida, by W. Anderson and G.H. Hughes, 1975, 35 p., 15 fig.
($1.00).
RI 82 Hydrologic Effects of the Tampa Bypass Canal System, by L.H. Motz, 1975, 42 p., 22 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00).
RI 83 Ground Water Resources of DeSoto and Hardee Counties, Florida, by W.
E. Wilson, 1977, 102 p., I pl., 42 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 84 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. ($1.00).
*RI 85 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. ($1.00).
*RI 86 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 The Geology and Water Resources of the Upper Suwannee River Basin, Florida, by R. Ceryak, M.S. Knapp, and T. Burnson, Florida Bureau of
Geology in cooperation with the Suwannee River Water Management
District, 1983, 165 p., 58 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 88 The Limestone, Dolomite and Coquina Resources of Florida, by W.
Schmidt et al., 1979, 64 p., 13 fig., 5 maps.
*RI 89 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.
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*RI 90 The Sand and Gravel Resources of Florida, by T.M. Scott et al., 1980,
41 p., 6 fig., 4 tables.
*RI 91 The Hawthorn Formation of Central Florida Part I: Geology of the
Hawthorn Formation in Central Florida, by T.M. Scott and P.L. MacGill, Florida Bureau of Geology; Part II: Characterization, Evaluation, and Beneficiation of Central Florida Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation,
by W.H. Eddy, B.E. Davis, and G.V. Sullivan, U.S. Bureau of Mines,
Tuscaloosa Research Center, 1981, 107 p., 10 fig., 12 tables. ($1.00).
RI 92 Shallow Stratigraphy of Okaloosa County and Vicinity, Florida, by M.
Wiggs Clark and W. Schmidt, 1982, 28 p., 19 fig. ($1.00).
RI 93 Biostratigraphy of Selected Cores of the Hawthorne Formation in Northeast and East-Central Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, 1984, 68 p., 16
fig., 1 table, 13 pl. ($1.00).
RI 94 The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, Part I: The Geology of the Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, by T.M. Scott, Florida Bureau of Geology; Part II: Characterization and Beneficiation of the
Northeastern Florida Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation, by B.E.
Davis, G.V. Sullivan, and T.O. Llewellyn, U.S. Bureau of Mines,
Tuscaloosa Research Center, 1983, 90 p., 17 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00).
RI 95 Heavy Mineral Reconnaissance of the coast of the Apalachicola River Delta, Northwest Florida, by J.D. Arthur, et al., 1986, 61 p., 24
fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
*RI 96 An Investigation of the Geology, Hydrology, and Hydrochemistry of the
Lower Suwannee River Basin, by J.J. Crane, 1986, 205 p., 74 fig., 14
tables. ($1.00).
RI 97 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. ($1.00).
RI 98 Geology of Sumter County, Florida, by Kenneth M. Campbell, 1989, 28 p., 17 fig. ($1.00).
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SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS

*SP 1 Florida Place-Names of Indian Derivations, by J.C. Simpson, 1956, 158
p., 5 maps.
*SP 2 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, by D.H. Dunkle, 1959, 20 p.; Paper 4 Fossil Birds Ffom Alachua Clay of Florida, by
P. Brodkorb, 17 p., 3 p1.
*SP 3 A List, Bibliography, and Index of the Fossil Vertebrates of Florida,
by C.E. Ray, 1957, 175 p.
*SP 4 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 Summary of the Geology of Florida and a Guidebook to the Classic
Exposures, by H.S. Purl and R.O. Vernon, 1964, 312 p., 37 figs, 11
pl., 4 tables.
*SP 6 Fossil Mammals of Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1959, 74 p., 13 fig., 14 pl.
($1.00).
*SP 7 Investigation of Darby and Hornsby Springs, Alachua County, Florida,
by E.M. Dolan and G.T. Allen, Jr., 1961, 124 p., 10 fig., 16 pl., 1
table.
SP 8 Rocks and Minerals of Florida, A Guide, by E.W. Bishop and L.L. Dee, Jr., 1961, 40 p., 25 fig., 1 map. ($1.00).
*SP 9 Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, by C.
Babcock, 1962, 79 p., 7 fig., 9 tables.
*SP 10 Fossil Vertebrates of Vero, Florida, by R.D. Weigel, 1962, 58 p., 6
fig., 5 tables.
*SP 11 Index to Water Resources Data Collection Stations in Florida, 1961,
prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida
Geological Survey, 1969, 168 p., 3 fig., 2 tables.
*SP 12 Vertebrate Fossil Localities in Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1965, 28 p.,
11 fig.
* publication is out-of-print




*SP 13 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 Adventures in Geology at Jackson Bluff, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1965, 14 p.,
7 fig.
*SP 15 The Dollar Bay Formation of Lower Cretaceous Florida, by G.O. Winston,
1971, 99 p., 14 fig., 20 tables.
*SP 16 Environmental Geology and Hydrology of the Tallahassee Area, Florida,
prepared by the Bureau of Geology, 1972, 61 p.
*SP 17 Proceedings of the Seventh Forum on Geology of Industrial Minerals, H.
S. Puri, editor, 1972, 228 p.
*SP 18 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. ($1.00).
*SP 19 Environmental Geology and Hydrology of the Tampa Area, Florida, by A.
P. Wright, prepared by the Bureau of Geology, 1974, 94 p.
*SP 20 Geologic Framework of the High Transmissivity Zones in South Florida,
by H.S. Puri and G.O. Winston, 1974, 99 p., 66 p., 66 fig.
SP 21 The Geothermal Nature of the Floridan Plateau, D.L. Smith and G.M.
Griffin, editors, 1977, 161 p., 34 fig., 12 tables. ($1.00).
SP 22 Florida: The New Uranium Producer, by J.W. Sweeney and S.R. Windham, 1979, 13 p., 2 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00).
SP 23 Guidelines for Authors with Comments for Editorial Reviewers, by E.
Lane, 1980, 47 p., 8 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
*SP 24 Catalogue of Invertebrate Fossil Types at the Bureau of Geology, by G.
Shaak, 1980, 32 p., list of collecting localities.
*SP 25 Miocene of the Southeastern United States, Proceedings of the
Symposium at Tallahassee, Florida, December 4-5, 1980, T.M. Scott and
S.B. Upchurch, editors, 1982, 319 p., 102 fig., 9 plates.
*SP 26 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 An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, et al.,
1986, viii, 151 p., 28 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00).
* publication is out-of-print




*SP 28 Hydrogeological Units of Florida, compiled by SEGS Ad Hoc Committee,
1986, 8 p., I table. ($1.00).
*SP 29 Karst in Florida, by E. Lane, 1986, viii, 100 p., 59 fig., 4 tables.
($1.00).
SP 30 Geologic Descriptions of Selected Exposures In Florida, byfRichard A.
Johnson, 1989, 175 p. ($1.00).
SP 31 Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the OcAla Area, Florida, by Ed Lane and Ronald W. loenstine, 1991, 71 p. ($1.00).
*SP 32 Florida's Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program, Hydrogeological
Framework, by T.M. Scott, J.M. Lloyd, and Gary Maddox, 1991, 7 .p., 77
fig., 2 tables. ($1.00).
SP 33 Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the Gainesville Area, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine and Ed Lane, 1991, 70 p., 41 fig., 8
tables. ($1.00).
* publication is out-of-print




TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS

The Florida Geological Survey does not distribute Florida topographic maps. These are published by the U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Map Division, and may be obtained by contacting:
Map Distribution Section U.S. Geological Survey Federal Center, Box 25286 Denver, CO 80225
(303) 236-7477
Prices for individual quadrangle maps are $2.50 each, as of April 1992. Information regarding local (Florida) distributors of USGS maps can be obtained from the Survey Library, (904) 488-9380.
Information concerning the status of mapping, map reference libraries and commercial dealers, as well as copies of the "Index to Topographic Maps of Florida" may be obtained from the following National Cartographic Information Center
Florida Resources and Environmental Analysis Center (FREAC) Room 361, Bellamy Bldg. Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4015
(904) 644-2007
*-publication is out-of-print




FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY LIBRARY

The FGS library is an integral part of the Survey's research and regulatory programs. It provides access to basic research materials including books, state and federal documents, photographs and periodicals totaling approximately 30,000 volumes. Materials are collected on various aspects of geology, mining and mineral resources, environmental studies, hydrology and related topics. The library has one of the largest and oldest map collections in the state of Florida with over 15,000 maps, including a rather large collection of 19th century maps.
The library is used by the public, private consulting firms and various governmental agencies. Circulation is restricted to Survey staff and personnel of other state agencies and Florida State University Geology Department. The library also provides detailed information on the Survey's 500 published documents and reports and oversees the distribution of those documents presently in print. During 1989-1990 this included over 2,000 requests for 20,000 documents. In addition, 250 various depository libraries around the world received some 3,000 documents to update their depository collections.
The films and journals listed below are part of the library's permanent collection and are not for sale. Loans are made only via the Florida Interlibrary Loan System.
LIST OF FILMS CURRENTLY IN FGS LIBRARY
1. Underground Injection Practices Council, #049.
2. Wakulla Springs, U.S. Deep Caving Team. National Geographic Explorer. 49- 1989.
3. Red Cattle West Felda Field, 21-3 Hendry County, Florida. Exxon #371. 29-1989.
4. Red Cattle B West Felda, 21-3 Hendry County, Florida. Attachment IV.
Exxon 4-7-1989.
5. Red Cattle 'B' 21-3, West Florida Hendry County, Florida. Attachment III.
Exxon. 2-9-1989.
6. Central Role of Earth Sciences in the Understanding of Science. Stephen J. Gould. National Science Teachers Association: Washington, D.C., 1989.
7. Rock samples, Black Abyss, Wakulla County. National Association of Cave Divers.
8. The Sullivan-Cheryl connection. National Association of Cave Divers.
9. Drilling ventures in Florida's Big Cypress. Video Communications Southeast.
10. Shell Comparison Lines 1-3. Shell Oil, 1988-89. 11. Big Cypress: Partnership with Nature. 17 minutes. Collier Companies,
Naples, Florida.
12. Seismic: short version. Shell Oil, 4-30-1986. Teleproductions.




13. Impact of Offshore Drilling. USGS Minerals Management Service, Open File
Report 90-209, 1990. (This film is to go with OCS Study MMS 89-0022.) 14. What in the World is a Manatee? 25 minutes. Docent Films, 1991. 15. The Earth Hs a History. 20 minutes. The Geological Society of America,
1989. (Includes Supplemental Teacher's Materials) 16. The World is Full of Oil. Nova. 17. The Devil's Millhopper...The Mystery Encountered. 18. Bird Sink Probe. 20 minutes. Docent Films, n.d. 19. Surprise Sink. Docent Films, 1991. 20. Eagle's Nest. 35 minutes. Docent Films, n.d. 21. Water Rich Water Poor. 29 minutes. Southwest Florida Water Management
District, n.d.
22. Out of the Rock. 29 minutes. U.S. Department of the Interior. Bureau of
Mines, n.d.
JOURNALS CURRENTLY RECEIVED AT THE FGS LIBRARY
1. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin
2. Carbonates and Evaporates
3. Economic Geology 4. Florida Driller
5. Florida Scientist
6. Geological Society of America Bulletin
7. Geobyte
8. Geotimes
9. Journal of Coastal Research 10. Journal of Paleontology 11. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 12. Micropaleontology 13. Minerals Today 14. Mining Engineering 15. Oil and Gas Journal 16. PC Magazine 17. Science
18. Southeastern Geology 19. Scientific American 20. State Geologists' Journal 21. Underground Injection Practice Council Bulletin 22. World Oil
23. WordPerfect, The Magazine




AUTHOR INDEX

*Publication is out of print.
(2) Number in parentheses refers to written by this author.
A
Adams, J.K.
SP 17*
Allen, G.T., Jr.
SP 7*
Anders, R.B.
IC 6*
Anderson, W.
IC 41*,47*,82
L 8*
MS 24,43,55 RI 50,54,81*
Andrews, W.J.
MS 132

Applegate, A.
IC 101*,104*
RI 89*
Applegate, J.
RI 95
Armbruster, J.T.
MS 50
Arthur, J.D.
OFR 24,34,46
RI 95, 97

B
Babcock, C.
IC 42*,45,49*,54*,55*,60*,
63*,65*,71*,80*
SP 9*,16*
* publication is out-of-print

a section of that publication Which was
Back, W.
SP 17*
Ball, M.M.
MS 41*,57
Banks, J.E.
SP 21(2)
Barr, G.L.
MS 119
Barraclough, J.T.
IC 5*,30*,34*,50*
L 3* MS 26
RI 27,29,40
Bates, R.L.
SP 17*

Beard, M.E.
RI 57
Bearden, H.W.
IC 77*
RI 62,77*
Beck, K.C.
SP 17*
Bell, 0.G. AR 15(:3)*

Bermes, 13.J.
IC 13*,18*,37* RI 32
Berry, E.W. AR 9(2)*,21/22(5)*




Bishop, E.W. RI 15 SP 8
Boggess, D.H.
IC 62*,75*
RI 69*
Bond, P. MS 112,126,127,129 OFR 4*,33 SP 27*
BR 15,16
Boyle, J.R.
IC 94*,95*,96,97*,99
Bradley, W.F.
SP 17*
Bridges, W.C.
IC 79* SP 16*
Brodkorb, P.
RI 14

Brown, D.P. RI 68*

Brown, D.W.
IC 11*,16*,32*
RI 28

Brown, E.
IC 7*,11*
RI 10
Buie, B.F.
SP 17*
Bullen, R.B.
RI 8
Burnson, T.
RI 87
Bush, P.W.
MS 54,69

Byers, W.C. AR 7(3)*
C
Cagle, J.W., Jr.
IC 36*,43*
RI 33,35
Calver, J.L.
B 39* IC 2* MS 8*
Campbell, K.M.
IC 102
L 11,13
OFR 6,7*,8,10,11,13,30,35,37,39,
41,49
RI 98 SP 27*
Carver, R.E.
SP 17*

Cathcart, J.B. MS 2*
Causey, L.V. MS 74

Ceryak, R.
RI 87
Chaki, S.J.
MS 52,57
Chen, C.S.
B 45

Cherry, R.N.
IC 26
L 9*
MS 20
RI 42,56,68*

Clapp, F.G. AR 2(1)*

* publication is outrof-print




Clark, M. Wiggs B 57* RI 92

Clark, W.E.
IC 36*,43*
RI 7(10),33,35,38

Cleveland, M.A.
OFR 2
Coble, R.W.
MS 61
Coe, C. RI 86*
Colbert, E.H.
B 10(3)*

Cole, W.S.
B 5(2)*,6*,16*,19*,20*,26*,28

Congleton, B.
SP 17*

Conover, C.S. SP 13*
MS 28,34,72*,124

Conrad, G.M. B 22(1)*

Cooke, C.W. AR 20(2)* B 17*,27*,29*

Cooper, H.H.,
IC 3*
RI 7(2),10
Copeland, R.
SP 32
Couto, P.A.
SP 17*
Cowart, J.B. SP 21(6)

Jr.

Cox, N.H.
B 2*
Crain, L.J.
RI 80*
Crane, J.J.
RI 96*
Crooks, J.W.
IC 32*,39* RI 26,28

Cushman, J.A. AR 12(5)*,13(3)* B 4*,9*
D
Davis, B.E. RI 91(2)*,94(2)

Davis, D.R.
IC 79*

Davis, J.H., Jr,
B 25*,30
Dee, L.L., Jr.
SP 8,17
DeSouza, C.H.
SP 17*
Deuerling, R.
MS 99 RI 90*
Dever, G.R., Jr.
SP 17*
Dickey, J.B.R. AR 7(3)*

Dion, N.P.
IC 53* MS 27

* publication is out-of-print




Dolan, E.M.
SP 7*
DuBar, J.R.
B 40,43
Duncan, J.
OFR 29
Dunkle, D.H.
SP 2(3)*
Dysart, J.E.
MS 77

Foose, D.W. MS 107,118,124

Foster, J.B.
IC 32*,35*,57*,67*,74* RI 28,41

Fountain, R.C. SP 17*
Freiberger, H.J. MS 45

Fuller, W.R. SP 21(5)
Furlow, J.W.
SP 17*

Eddy, W.H. RI 91(2)*

Essig, D,F,, Jr.
IC 78* SP 16*

Gardner, J.
B 14*
Garnar, T.
SP 17*

Fairchild, R.W. RI 59
Faulkner, G.L. B 31(Rev.)* MS 55, 63*
Ferguson, G.E. B 31*
RI 4*
Fields, 07W. SP 17*
Fischer, A,G. B 34(2) RI 9(2)

Flippo, H.N., RI 53

Or.

Goolsby, D.A.
IC 58*,74*,82
MS 75,77
Goudarzi, G.H.
SP 17*
Grantham, R.G.
IC 50*
L 3*,5*
RI 40,45,51
Green, R.C.
OFR 29,35,37
Gregory, J.T.
B 22(2)*
Gregory, W.K.
B 5(1)*

*.- publication is o4t-of-print




Griffin, G.M.
SP 21(3)
Grosz, A.E.
OFR 35,39,49
Gunter, H.
AR 2(3)*,3(3)*,4(2)*,
5(3)*,7(2)*,10/11(1)*,
12(3)*,13(1,2)*,14(1,2)*,
15(1)*,16(1)*,17(1,5)*,
18(1)*,19(1)*,20(1)*,
21/22(1-3)*,23/24(1,3)*
BR 1*,2*,3*,4*,5*,6*,
7*,8*,9*,0*,11*,12*
B 2*,32*
IC 1*
H
Haley, P.C.
RI 16(3)
Hamlin, H.P.
IC 46*
Hamon, J.H.
B 44
Hampson, P.S.
MS 109
Hampton, E.R.
RI 60
MS 34,40*
Hanan, R.V.
MS 39

Hanna, G.D. AR 23/24(3)*

Harper, R.M. AR 3(4)*,6(4)*,7(2)*, 13(4)*,17(2)*,18(2)*
Hartwell, J.H.
RI 47
Harvey, R.D.
SP 17*
Hay, O.P. AR 8(2)*,9(2)*
Healy, H.G.
IC 33*,48*,52*,61*,68*,73*,81*,85*
MS 4,65*,71,73*,102,104
Heath, Ralph C.
IC 5*
RI 7(1),12
SP 4*
Heath, Richard C.
IC 25*,69*
Hendry, C.W., Jr.
B 31*,47,50,52,54(1)
IC 10*,21*,89*,90*,91*,92*,94*,
95*,96,97*,99
RI 16(1)
SP 16*,21
Henry, H.R.
SP 21(2)
Herring, R.R.
IC 78*
Hickman, R.C.
IC 46*

Hanshaw, B.B.
SP 17* Hardee, J.
RI 55
* publication is out-of-print




Hoenstine, R.W.
B 61
L 11,12
MS 113,114,145,116,117,120,121,
126,127,128,129,130,131,133,134
OFR 12
RI 88*,90*,93*
SP 26*,31,33
Hopkins, R.H.
RI 3*
Howe, H.V.
B 13*,34(1)
Hoy, N.D.
RI 17

Hughes, G.H. MS 32,38,40*,62*,81 RI 48,73,74*,80*,81*
SP 16*
Hull, J.E.
IC 59*
RI 66
Hull, R.W.
B 31(Rev.)*
MS 91*
Hunn, J.D.
MS 48,49,60
Hyde, L.W.
L 4* MS 16

Irwin, G.A. MS 919

Johnson, R.A.
IC 103*

MS 111
OFR 26,42,48
SP 30
Jones, G.B. AR 7(4)*
Jones, G.P.
SP 17*
Joyner, B.F.
IC 41*,47*,56*
L 8*
MS 21,24 RI 50,53,71*
K

Kaufman, M.I.
IC 53*
MS 27,33,35,37,51,58
RI 49
Kenner, W.E.
IC 7*,11*,31*,32*,39*,
40*
MS 22,28,31,34,66*
RI 10,28
Kirk, N.M.
AR 7(3)*
Kirkland, R.T., Jr.
L2
Klein, H.
IC 9*,29*
L 7*
MS 42,53
RI 11,17,24(1),37,60
Knapp, M.S.
MS 79,80,88,92*,97*
RI 87,88*,90*

Knochenmus, D.D.
MS 30*,44 RI 57,72*

* publication is out-of-print




Kohout, F.A.
RI 19(1,2),24(4),47
SP 21(2)

Kohpina, P.
OFR 35

Kurz, H. AR 23/24(2)*
B 23*

Kwader, T.
MS 86
L
Land, L.F.
RI 67*
Land, L.S.
SP 17*
Lane, (B.)E.
IC 93 L 14
MS 80,100*,101,116,117,120,121, 127,128,129,130,131,133,134
OFR 20,40
RI 88*,90*
SP 23,29*,31,33
LaPlace, N. OFR 49
Latimer, W.J. AR 7(2)*

Lavendar, J.A.
IC 10*,21*

Leach, S.D. MS 72*,87,103,105,108 RI 24(2,3,4),45,60 Leutze, W.P.
IC 8*
Leve, G.W.

IC 15*,27*,28*,37*,58*,
64*
L 6*
MS 74 RI 32,43,52
Leverett, F.
B 7*
Lichtler, W.F.
IC 12*,41*,47*
L 8*
MS 21
RI 23,37,50,61
Lingham, C.W.
B 31*
Llewellyn, T.0. RI 94(2)
Lloyd, J.M.
IC 98,101*,104*,106,107
SP 32*
Long, L.T.
SP 21(7)
Lord, E.H.
RI 16(2,3)
Love, S.K.
B 31*
RI 4*,13
Lowe, D.R.
SP 17*

Lowell, R.P.
SP 21(7)
M
Macesich, M.
OFR 21
MacGill, P.
RI 91(1)*

* publication is out-of-print




SP 17*

SMacKichan, K.A.
L2
MS 25
SP 13*

McGrain, P.
SP 17*
Melkote, S.
RI 95

Maddox, G.
SP 32*

Mann, J.A.
IC 76*
L 9* RI 56
Mansfield, W.C.
AR 10/11(5)*,15(2)* B 3*,8*,12*,15*,18*
Marella, R.L.
MS 123

Marsh, 0.T.
B 46
IC 30* RI 29

Martens, J.H.C. AR 19(2)(3)*,21/22(4)*
Martin, J.B.
SP 16*
Matson, G.C.
AR 2(1)*
Maxwell, E.L.
IC 66*
Maul, T.
OFR 49
May, J.P.
SP 16*

McCoy, H.J.1
IC 51*
MS 29
RI 31,55,63*
McDonald, H.

Menke, C.G.
IC 36*,43*,44*
RI 25,33,35
Meredith, E.W.
IC 44* RI 25

Meyer, F.W.
IC 26,59*
RI 19(2),30,42,58,66,75*

Miller, J.A.
MS 94
Milliken, D.L.
RI 13
Mills, L.R.
MS 67
Milton, C.
B 55
Moberg, M.W.
AR 19(5)*
Mooney, C.N.
AR 7(2)*
Moore, W.E.
B 37
Morrison, T.M.
AR 7(2)*

Mossom, S. AR 16(2)*,17(4)*,20(2)*

Motz, L.H.
RI 82

* publication is out-of-print




Musgrove, R.H.
IC 17*,30*,36*,43*,50*,
57*
L 3*
RI 33,35,40,41
Mutis, E.
SP 17*

Osmond, J.K.
SP 21(6)
P
Palmer, K.V.W.
B 35

Papetti, L.
N OFR 49

Neel, H.E. RI 90*
Nicol, D.
RI 85*

Nocita, B.W. OFR 35,39,49
0
O'Carroll, T.
B 61

Odum, H.T. RI 9(1)

Parker, G.G. B 27* RI 4*
Pascale, C.A.
IC 67*,78*
MS 70 RI 76
SP 16*
Patterson, S.
SP 17*
Patteti, L.W.
OFR 35,39

Peek, H.M.
IC 4*,6*,19*,22* RI 7(3),18,21 SP 4*

Ogden, G.M., Jr.
RI 88*,90*
Oglesby, W.R.
8 49
IC 88*
MS 19*,41*,52,57
SP 16*

Oliver, M.M.
OFR 35

Olsen, S.J.
SP 2(1),(2)*;6*,12*
Olson, N.K.
SP 17*

Phelps, G.G. MS 82*,83
Pirkle, E.C.
B 52
RI 84*
Pirkle, W.A.
RI 84*
Pontigo, F.
RI 89*

* publication is out-of-print




Ponton, G.M. AR 21/22(2,3)*, 23/24(3)*
B 5(2)*,9*

Robertson, A.F.
MS 67
RI 64*
Rodis, H.G.
MS 59
RI 67*

Pratt, R.W. SP 21(3)

Pride, R.W.
IC 20*,26,83* MS 28,36 RI 26,42 SP 13*
Puri, H.S.
B 36,38,49 MS 3*,18*
SP 5*,5(Rev.),*,16*,
17*,20*
Putnam, A.L.
RI 79

R
Ragland, J.
IC 107
Randazzo, A.F.
B 54(2) RI 85*

Ray, C.E.
SP 3*
Reel, D.A.
SP 21(3)
Reichenbaugh, R.C.
MS 47*,48,49
Reeves, W.D.
B 42
Rich, F.J.
IC 100*

Richards, H.G.
B 35
* publication is out-of-print

Rosenau, J.C.
B 31(Rev.)*
MS 63*,96
SP 16*
Rumenik, R.P.
SP 16*
MS 122*
Rupert, F.
B 60*,62,63
MS 117,125,134
OFR 16,17,18,19,22,27,29,32,
34,43,45,47

Russo, T.N.
RI 70
S
Sanford, S. AR 2*

Schmidt, W.
B 57*,58*
L 10*
MS 78,84,86,90 OFR 3,9,23,38 RI 86*,88*,92
Schneider, J.J.
RI 67*
Schroeder, M.C.
RI 13,17,37
Scott, G.
IC 107




Scott, T.
B 59
MS 80,85,89,93,95*,130
OFR 1*,15,31,35,36,37,41
RI 88*,90*,91(1)*,94(1),95
SP 25*,27*,32*
Seal, J.M.
OFR 29
Sellards, E.H. AR 1(1-3)*,2(2,3)*, 3(1-3)*,4(1-3)*,
5(1- 5)*,6(1-3)*,
7(1,2)*,8(1-4)*,
9(1-3)*,10/11(1-3)*,
12(1,4,6)*,14(2)* B 1*,2*
Shaak, G. SP 24*
Shampine, W.J. MS 10,12,13,14,15*,17
Shattles, D.E. MS 9
Sherwood, C.B.
IC 29*
L 5*
MS 29
RI 20,24(1-3),51,65*
Shufeldt, R.W. AR 9(2)*
Simpson, G.G. AR 20(3)* B 10(1)*
Simpson, J.C.
SP 1*

Sinclair, W.C.
IC 86 MS 110

Slack, L.J. MS 58,75,76,96 SP 16*
Smith, D.L.
SP 21
Smith, P.C. RI 12

Snell, L.J.
RI 54,80*
MS 66*
Snyder, S.
OFR 35 Sohm, J.E. MS 107 SP 16*
Spechler, R.M. MS 106
Spencer, S.
B 60*,61
IC 105
MS 114,115,116,117,120,121,
126,127,128,131,133,134
OFR 5,12
Sproul, C.R.
B 47
IC 75*
SP 21
Steinmetz, J.C.
SP 17*
Stewart, H.G., Jr.
IC 23*,38*
RI 44

Stewart, J.W. MS 39,98,110 RI 56,74*

Stone, R.B.
MS 64* SP 16*

* publication is out-of-print




Stowasser, W.F.
IC 84*,88*,89*
Stringfield, V.T.
AR 23/24(4)*
B 11* IC 3*
RI 1*,2*,7(2)
Sullivan, G.V.
RI 91(2)*,94(2)
Sutcliffe, H., Jr.
IC 56* RI 78*
Sweeney, J.W.
IC 72*,90*,91*,92*
SP 17*,18*,22
T
Tarver, G.R.
IC 14*,37*
RI 32,36

Taylor, A.E.
AR 7(3)*
Tibbals, C.H.
MS 68

Timmons, B.J.
SP 16*,17*,18*
Toler, L.G.
IC 57*
MS 10,11*,23
RI 41,46
Tootle, C.H.
IC 107, OFR 44

Trapp, H., Jr.
L 3(Rev.)*

Tucker, D.F.
MS 40*
* publication is out-of-print

Unkelsbay, A.G.
RI 5* SP 4*
Upchurch, S.B.
SP 25*
V
Vaughan, T.W.
AR 2(1)*,19(4)*

Vecchioli, J.
MS 124

Vernon, R.0.
BR 13*,14*
B 21,24*,31*,33*
IC 70*
MS 3*,18*,56
SP 5*,5(Rev.)*,16*,17*
Visher, F.N.
MS 32

Vorhis, R.C. RI 6*
W
Wahl, F.M.
SP 17*
Waite, W.R.
IC 105
Ward, E.L.M.
MS 2*
Weaver, C.E.
SP 17*
Weaver, J.L.
SP 17*




Welgel, R.D.
SP 10*
Weinberg, J.M.
OFR 29
Weisbord, N.E.
B 53,56*
Weissinger, S.
L 12
SP 26*
Wetterhall, W.S.
IC 44*
RI 25,34,39
White, W.A.
8 41,51*
Wickham, H.F.
AR 12(2)*
Wiggs Clark, M.
see Clark
Williams, C.T.
IC 105
Williams, K.E.
RI 85*
Wilson, W.E.
RI 83

Wright, A.P.
SP 16*,19*
Wyrick, G.G.
IC 8*,24*
RI 22

Yoho, W.H.
B 52
RI 84*

Yon, J.W., Jr.
B 48,49,50,54(1)
IC 105
MS 113,114,115,116,117,
120,121,126,127,128,130,
131,133
OFR 14
RI 16(1)
SP 14*,16*
z
Zarillo, G.
OFR 49
Zellars, M.E.
SP 17*

Wimberly, E.T.
IC 69*
Windham, S.
SP 16*,21,22
Winston, G.O.
SP 15*,20* Wood, A.E.
B 10(2)*
Woodard, H.J.
IC 75*
* publication is out-of-print




KEY WORD INDEX

Alafia River Basin
MS 67; RI 46,49 Alum Bluff
OFR 9
Anclote River
MS 61
Apalachicola Embayment
B 58
Apalachicola River Delta
RI 95
Aquifers, Principal
MS 16
I'chaeological Sites
RI 8
Avifauna
RI 14
Basement Geology
B 55; IC 98; RI 97 Big Cypress, Land Use
MS 50
Big Cypress, Watershed
MS 45
Biscayne Aquifer
RI 11,17,36
Bone Valley Formation
RI 14
Bouguer Anomoly
MS 41,52,57 Brooklyn Lake
RI 33
Caloosahatchee River
B 40
Charlotte Harbor
B 43
Chipola Formation
B 53
Chloride, Concentration
MS 12,20 Clays
IC 46
Color of Water
MS 35
Conductance, Streams & Canals
* MSp5Blication is out-of-print

Coquina
RI 88
Corals
B 53,56 Cores
IC 103; MS 111 Cretaceous
RI 87
Deer Point Lake
MS 38
Dissolved Solids
MS 14,77 Dolomite
IC 104 RI 88
Drainage Basins
MS 28 Drought
RI 26

Earthquakes
IC 93; OFR 40 Echinoids
B 34
Econfina Creek
MS 10; RI 41 Elevations
B 32
Environmental Geology
MS 78-80,84,85,8890,93,97,99-101 Eocene
B 35,45; RI 9
Evaporation, Potential
MS 32
Fair Point Peninsula
RI 7
Flood Control
RI 47
Florida Bureau of Geology
L 15; BR 15,16; SP 26 Florida Keys
L 14




Floridan Aquifer
MS 4,5,9-14,16,17,
23,21,42,68,74
86,92,95,98,104;
OFR 29
RI 72
Fluoride
MS 11,23; RI 46,49 Fossils
SP 6,12,24; MS 125 Freshwater
MS 70,83,87,105,123
Gamma Ray Profiles OFR 26,42
Geologic Map of Florida MS 18
Geomorphic Features
B 41,51 Geothermal
SP 21
Green Swamp Area
RI 42
Guidelines for Authors
SP 23
Gypsum
SP 18
Hardness, Water MS 13
Hawthorn Group
B 59; OFR 36; RI 91,93,94 Heavy Minerals OFR 28,35,49; RI 84,95 Hilisboro Canal
RI 55
Hollywood
RI 77
Hoover Dike
RI 58
Hydrological Units
SP 28
Industrial Minerals
IC 102,105 Inglis Member
B 34
Invertebrates
SP 24
Irrigation MS 106

Jackson Bluff Formation
B 53
Jim Woodruff Reservoir
RI 16
Keys see Florida Keys Keystone Heights
RI 33
Lake Istokpoga
RI 19
Lake Jackson
RI 48 Lake Kerr RI 73 Lake Magdalene MS 49 Lake Minnehaha MS 54 Lake Okeechobee RI 71 Lake Placid
RI 19
Lake Tarpon MS 60
Lake Thonotosassa
MS 48
Lakeland Ridge
RI 64
Lakes, Water-level
MS 62,118 Licensing
OFR 38 Limestone
B 42,50,54; RI 86,88; OFR 42

Mammal s
SP 6
Marshes
OFR 34
Miami River
RI 45
Miami Limestone
OFR 42,48
Mineral Industries MS 8, in B 39; IC 102,105




SMining & Mineral Res.
B 30,39,50; IC 46,
88,89,90,92,94,95,
96,97,99,102,105; MS 113,114,115,116,117,
120,121,126,127,128,129,130,131, 133,134; OFR 35,39; RI 84,86,88;
SP 8,18,22
Miocene
B 36,57,58,59; OFR 31; SP 25 Mollusks
B 35
Moodys Branch Formation
B 34
Myakka River Basin
RI 53
Naples RI 11 Neogene B 40,43,58 Nitrogen MS 75
Norphlet Formation IC 107
Oakland Park RI 20
Ocala Group B 38
Ochlockonee River RI 16 Oil
see Petroleum
Oil Well Locations MS 6
Oklawaha Lakes Area MS 69
Orthophosphate MS 33
Ostracoda B 34

Paleocene B 45
Paleontological Studies B 34,40; MS 125 Paleozoic
IC 98
Panhandle
B 36,46,57,58; RI 86 Passerine Birds
B 44

Peace River Basin MS 27,67; RI 46,49 Peat
B 30; IC 100; SP 27 Petroleum
IC 45,101,104,106,107; MS 6 Phosphate
RI 16,91,94; SP 18,22 pH, Streams & Canals
MS 37
Phosphorus
RI 9
Piezometric
MS 1,4
Pithlachascotee River
MS 61
Plantation Canal
RI 36
Potable Water
MS 42,74
Potentiometric Surface
MS 104,119
Pumpage, Groundwater
RI 49
Quality, Water
MS 51,82,91,96
Radon
OFR 41
Rainfall & Evaporation
MS 32
Rainfall, Annual & Seasonal
MS 40 Recharge
MS 68,98; RI 72 Reclamation
IC 105
Reedy Creek Improvement Dist.
RI 79
River Basins
MS 28
Rocks & Minerals Guide
SP 8
Rocks, Igneous & Metamorphic
B 55
Rocks, Paleocene & Eocene
B 45
Runoff
MS 22,81 Ruskin
RI 21




Salt Water Intrusion
IC 9; MS 59; RI 24,38,45,66,69 Sand & Gravel
OFR 35,39,49; RI 84,90
Sanibel Island
RI 69
Sanitary Landfill
MS 39; RI 68 Sea Level
B 52
Seismicity
IC 93
Shallow Aquifer MS 53; RI 59 Shorelines MS 71
Sinkholes MS 110; RI 39,81 Snake/Snapper Creeks RI 24
Springs B 31; MS 63,96; RI 7,39 St. Johns River
IC 82; MS 25
Staff Contributions BR 15,16 Stratigraphy B 58,59; RI 92,93 Streamflow MS 31,34,64,107 Streams MS 35,37,43,51,75,122 Sunniland Formation RI 89
Surface Water
MS 24,55,66,76,77 Surficial Aquifer
IC 86
Suwannee Limestone
B 54
Suwannee River RI 87,96
Tampa Bay Bypass Canal System RI 82
Tampa Formation B 56
Tectonics
IC 98
Terraces & Shorelines MS 71

Top of Floridan Aquifer MS 86,92,95
Trail Ridge
IC 100; RI 84
Transmissivity Zones SP 20

Uranium
SP 22
Vertebrates
SP 12

Walt Disney World
RI 79
Waste Disposal
MS 112
Waste, Liquid, Storage
MS 94
Water Levels
MS 62; IC 85; RI 48,74,75 Water Quality MS 51,82,91,96; SP 32 Water Resources
Central & Northern-B 61; RI 10
East Central-RI 61 Middle Gulf-RI 56 Northeast-RI 54
Southeastern-RI 60
Western Gulf Coast-RI 29 Water Supply
MS 16,61,82,91,102 Water Table Contours
MS 7
Water, Use
MS 36,83,87,105,106,108,123,124 Wells, Freshwater
MS 70
Wells, Petroleum
MS 6
Wetlands
MS 109




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GEOOG GEMRPOG ALOTlG

AR 1,2,4,5,17,20 B 23,29,38,45,55,59 IC 93,98
MS 3,18,111,112,125 OFR 26
RI 97
SP 5, 5(rev.),30

AR 21,22 B 7,17,32,51 MS 71,110 SP 5,5(rev.),29

AR 8,12,13,19,20,21,22 B 6,38,45,56 MS 125
SP 2,3,6,12,24

Regional AR 9,10,11 AR 3,6,23,24 AR 15
B 27,36,40,58 B 25,41,51,52 B 3,4,5,8,9.10,13,14
L 12,13 15,18,36,40
MS 78,79,80,84,85, RI 14,96
88,89,90,93,97,99, SP 2
100,101
OFR 31,36
RI 96
COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Alachua MS 79 AR 3 13 10
OFR 21,29,41 SP 33 SP 2,7
RI 85 SP 33
Baker MS 88 OFR 33
OFR 33
Bay B 57,58
MS 90
Bradford MS 79,88
Brevard MS 80,85

Statewide

GEOLOGY

GEOMORPHOLOGY

PALEONTOLOGY




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
B 31 AR 1,2,3,4,7,15,16,19,24 IC 1,42,45,49,54,55,63,
IC 3,10,21,31,40,48,52, B 2,24,30,39 65,71,80,101,104,106
61,68,69,70,73,83,85 IC 2,66,72,84,88,89,90,91, MS 6,11,19,41,52,57 L 1,2,4,7 92,93,94,95,96,97,99,
MS 12,13,14,15,16,22,28, 102,105
31,32,33,34,35,36,37, MS 2,8
42,43,51,56,58,62,63, OFR 14,35,39
64,65,66,68,70,72,73, RI 3,84,88,90,95
74,75,76,77,81,82,83, SP 8,17,27
86,87,91,94,96,98,104,
105,106,107,108,109,
123,124,132
RI 26
SP 4,11,13,28,32 B 1,11 OFR 28 IC 104
IC 26,27,33,56,57,81 RI 84,86,91,94 RI 87,89
MS 27,45,50,53,67,69,86, SP 18,22
92,95
RI 2,4,10,29,41,42,46,49,
53,54,56,58,60,61,71,
79,83,89
SP 20,21
WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
IC 36,43 IC 46
OFR 21,29 MS 131
RI 35
SP 33
IC 20
OFR 33
RI 5.2,89
IC 57
MS 10,38,46
RI 41
IC 36,43 IC 100
RI 35 MS 134
IC 11,32 OFR 35
MS 17,25
RI 28




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Broward MS 100
Calhoun MS 90 OFR 32. B 53
B 58
OFR 32
Charlotte B 43 B 43
MS 97,99,100
Citrus B 33 35
MS 99 OFR 5
RI 9
Clay MS 89, 93
Collier MS 100,101
OFR 37
Columbia MS 88 AR 3
RI 30
Dade MS 101
OFR 48
DeSoto MS 80,97
OFR 11
Dixie B 49 OPR 45
MS 79
OFR 45




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
IC 77 L5 MS 29 RI 6,17,20,36,51,55,65,
70,77
IC 57 MS 10
RI 41
IC 53 IC 105
RI 78
L 9 IC 105
RI 9 MS 115
IC 35,36,43 IC 46,100
RI 33,35 MS 133
IC 29,51 MS 120 IC 104
RI 11,31,63 RI 89
OFR 37
RI 30
IC 9
RI 4,17,24,45,47,60,66,
75
IC 53 RI 83




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Duval MS 89
Escambia B 46
MS 78
Flagler MS 93
OFR 24
Franklin B 58
MS 84 OFR 8
Gadaden B 62 B 10,26
MS 90 RI 16
Gilchrist B 49 OFR 18
MS 79
OFR 18
Glades MS 80,100
RI 37
OFR 30
Gulf B 58,63 B 16
MS 84,90
Hamilton MS 88
OFR 27 RI 87
Hardee MS 80,97




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
IC 58,64,82
RI 43,59
IC 30,50,74 IC 107
L3
MS 26
RI 40
IC 13,37,39 MS 127
RI 32
IC 79 AR 2
IC 59 RI 37,71
IC 57
MS 10
RI 41
RI 87
IC 53 RI 83




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Hendry MS 100
OFR 37 RI 37
Hernando B 54
MS 99
Highlands MS 80
RI 15
Hills- IC 86
boro MS 97,99
OFR 6 SP 19
Holmes B 21
MS 90
Indian MS 80 AR 9,10,11,12
River SP 10
Jackson B 37 OFR 23 B 16,22
L10 SP 2
MS 90 RI 16
Jefferson B 48 AR 3
MS 88
Lafayette MS 79,88
Lake




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
OFR 37 RI 89
RI 37,58
IC 26 B 54
L9 MS i14
RI 34,42
RI 15,19
IC 4,22,44,76,86 MS 9,39,48,49 RI 21,25,68,74,82 SP 19
B 42,50
IC 18 RI 80
IC 57 B 42
MS 10
RI 41
MS 129
OFR 46
IC 26 MS 44,54 RI 42




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Lee MS 97,99,100
OFR 37
Leon B 47 AR 3,4
MS 90 OFR 20
SP 14,16
Levy B 33 OFR 19 B 34,35
MS 79
OFR 19
RI 9
Liberty B 58 OFR 43
L 11
MS 90
OFR 9,43
Madison B 61
MS 88
OFR 12
Manatee MS 97,99
Marion MS 79,93 SP 31 B 44
SP 31
Martin RI 23
Monroe MS 101 B 19
L 14
Nassau MS 89 8 26
OFR 15




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
IC 7,62,75 MS 130 RI 89
RI 69 OFR 37
B 47 RI 48
MS 116 RI 9
B 61 MS 121
OFR 12
IC 6,19 RI 18
MS 55 MS 117
RI 73 SP 31
IC 12 MS 80 RI 23,71
IC 28 RI 43




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
Okaloosa RI 92 Okeecho- MS 80
bee
Orange MS 85
Osceola MS 80,85 Palm Beach MS 100 Pasco B 54
MS 99
Pinellas MS 97,99 Polk MS 80,85,97 B 19,22
OFR 13 RI 14
SP 2
Putnam MS 93
RI 32
St. Johns RI 32




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
IC 67 IC 107
RI 71
IC 41,47 L8
MS 21,24 RI 5,50,72
MS 59 RI 13,55,58,67,71
IC 26 B 54
MS 47,61 RI 34,42
IC 16 MS 20,60
RI 12
IC 23,25,26,38 MS 28
RI 7,42,44,64 SP 18
IC 15,37,39 IC 46
RI 32 MS 128
IC 14,37,39 MS 126
MS 89,93 RI 32




COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY
St. Lucie
Santa B 46
Rosa MS 78
Sarasota B 43 43
MS 97,99
OFR 10
Seminole
Sumter MS 99
OFR 7 RI 98
Suwannee MS 88
RI 87
Taylor MS 79,88
Union MS 88
Volusia MS 85,93 AR 10,11
Wakulla B 58,60 B 28
MS 90 OFR 47
OFR 20,22,47
Walton B 58 B 12
MS 78,90
OFR 3
Washington B 21
MS 90




WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS
MS 80 RI 62
IC 30,50 IC 107
MS 26 RI 7,40
RI 38
IC 5,34 MS 5,68 RI 1,27,81
IC 26 MS 113
RI 42
RI 87
IC 17
IC 36,43 MS 134
RI 35
IC 8,24
MS 30 RI 22,57
IC 78 B 50
RI 76
IC 57 B 42,50
MS 10
RI 41




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Coral Gables
University of Miami Library
Dania
Nova University Library
Daytona Beach
Museum of Arts & Sciences Library
Volusia County Library System
DeFuniak Springs
Walton-DeFuniak Library
Deland
Stetson University Library
Fort Lauderdale
Broward County Library System
Broward Community College
Fort Myers
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Fort Pierce
St. Lucie County Library
Gainesville
University of Florida Library
Jacksonville
Jacksonville Public Library
Jacksonville University Swisher Library
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Lake Placid
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Full Text

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Florida Department of Natural Resources Division of Resource Management Florida Geological Survey Information Circular 87 LIST OF PUBLICATIONS 1992-1993 Edition compiled by Alice N. Jordan Tallahassee, Florida

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Tallahassee, Florida 1992 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES LAWTON CHILES, Governor JIM SMITH, Secretary of State BOB BUTTERWORTH, Attorney General GERALD LEWIS, State Comptroller TOM GALLAGHER, State Treasurer BOB CRAWFORD, Commissioner of Agriculture PETTY CASTOR, Commissioner of Education VIRGINIA WETHERELL, Executive Director DIVISION OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Jeremy Craft, Director FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Walter Schmidt, State Geologist and Chief Printed by Florida Department of Natural Resources Tallahassee, Florida 1992 ii

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THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY The Florida Geological Survey (Florida Bureau of Geology) was organized in 1907. The organizational name was changed to the Division of Geology under the Florida Board of Conservation in 1961, and to the Bureau of Geology under the Florida Department of Natural Resources in 1969. In 1983, the Florida Legislature reestablished the name Florida Geological Survey. The organic act (Florida Statutes Chapter 377) states: "The geological department of the board shall make ... surveys and explorations of minerals, water supply, and other natural resources of the state and shall prepare reports and maps covering surveys and explorations, occurrences and location of minerals and subterranean water supply and power and mineral waters, and the best and most economical method of development, together with analysis of soils, minerals and mineral waters ..." Also under authority of the Florida Statutes, the Survey regulates the exploration for, and production of oil and gas in Florida. iii

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING PUBLICATIONS 1. Address all orders and correspondence to: Florida Geological Survey 903 W. Tennessee Street Tallahassee, FL 32304-7700 Attn: Publications Phone No. 904/488-9380 2. All requests must be accompanied by check or money order for the correct amount due for the order. The cost of each publication follows its description in this catalog. This cost is normally $1.00 per map or publication, unless otherwise noted. This charge covers postage and handling. Please make your check payable to "State of Florida." 3. To help us process your order more quickly, please specify series name and number when ordering publications. Example: Bulletin 43 or B-43. 4. Publications marked with an asterisk (*) are out-of-print. This means that copies are no longer available to the public. These publications may be borrowed from one of the depository libraries listed in the back of this publication. If you have difficulty finding a loan copy in your area, check with the Librarian or the Publications Office of the Florida Geological Survey at the above address. 5. We can no longer return checks or money orders for incorrect amount of payment. These checks are required to be deposited into the State account. You will receive a refund form to apply for reimbursement. As this refund process is a lengthy one, please make every effort to ensure that your order is correct. Some common mistakes to avoid: Do not order out-of-print publications. Do not send more than the amount stated for each publication -this amount includes postage and handling charges. Do not order multiple copies of the same publication -our policy is one per customer, If you have any questions, contact the Publications Office (see above address and telephone number). Editions of Survey publications are limited and it is our aim to provide as wide a distribution as possible. We regret that our publications are not available in classroom quantities. One complimentary copy is made available to College and University libraries in the State; exchange copies will be sent without charge to government agencies having an exchange agreement with the Survey; and a reference copy has been deposited in many of the public libraries throughout Florida. In addition, Survey publications are placed in a large number of libraries in other states and foreign countries. The public is encouraged to make use of these reference libraries whenever possible. The Florida Geological Survey does not provide publications for resale. -publication is out-of-print (see #4 above) CHECK OR MONEY ORDER MUST ACCOMPANY REQUESTS FOR ANY PUBLICATION iv

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CONTENTS Florida Geological Survey ........................iii Ordering Instructions ..........................iv List of Publications Annual Reports ...........................1 Biennial Reports ..........................4 Bulletins .............................6 Information Circulars .......................11 Leaflets ....orts .........................19 Map Series .............................20 Open File Reports .........................35 'Posters .....0 .* .* ...I ............ .. .. .* *39 Reports of Investigations .....................40 Special Publications ........................48 Topographic Map Information .......................51 FGS Research Library Holdings ......................52 Author Index ..............................54 Key Word Index .............................67 Geographic Index ............................71 Florida Depository Libraries ........ ................85 V

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Florida Geological Survey ANNUAL REPORTS *AR 1 1908, 114 p., 6 p1. This report contains (1) a sketch of the geology of Florida, (2) a chaptnary report on the gmineral industries, including phosphate, kaolin ball clay, brick-making clays, fullers earth, peat, lime, cement, and road-making materials, (3) a bibliography of publications on Florida geology, with a review of more important papers published prior to the organization of the present Geological Survey. *AR 2 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, prepared in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey, (2) mineral industries, (3) the fullers earth deposits of Gadsden County, with notes on similar deposits found elsewhere in the state. *AR 3 1910, 397 p., 30 fig. This report contains (1) a preliminary paper on the Florida phosphate deposits, (2) some Florida lakes and lake basins, (3) the artesian water supply of eastern Florida, (4) a preliminary report on the Florida peat deposits. *AR 4 1912, 175 p., 16 pl., 15 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) the soils and other surface residual materials of Florida, their origin, character, and the formations from which derived, (2) the underground water supply of west central and west Florida, (3) production of phosphate rock and fullers earth in Florida during 1910 and 1911. *AR 5 1913, 306 p., 14 pl., 17 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) origin of the hard rock phosphate deposits of Florida, (2) list of elevations in Florida, (3) artesian water supply of eastern and southern Florida, (4) production of phosphate in Florida during 1912, (5) statistics on public roads in Florida. *AR 6 1914, 451 p., 90 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) mineral industries and resources of Florida, (2) some Florida lakes and lake basins, (3) relation between the Dunnellon Formation and the Alachua clays, (4) geography and vegetation of northern Florida. *AR 7 1915, 342 p., 80 fig., 4 maps. This report contains (1) pebble phosphates of Florida, (2) natural resources of an area in central Florida, (3) soil survey of Bradford County, (4) soil survey of Pinellas County. -publication is out-of-print 1

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*AR 8 1916, 168 p., 31 pl., 14 fig. This report contains (1) administrative report and 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, a new Pliocene species, the Pleistocene fauna, (4) human remains and associated fossils from the Pleistocene of Florida. *AR 9 1917, 151 p., 8 pl., 13 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) mineral industries, (2) additional studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida, (3) geology between the Ocklocknee and Aucilla Rivers in Florida. *AR 10/11 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 with description of a new species and a note on the associated faunaland flora, (3) geology between the Choctawhatchee and Apalachicola Rivers, (4) mineral statistics, (5) molluscan fauna from the marls near DeLand. *AR 12 1919, 153 p., 4 maps. This report contains (1) literature relating to human remains and artifacts at Vero, Florida, (2) fossil beetles from Vero, (3) elevations in Florida, (4) geologic section across the Everglades of Florida, (5) the age of the underlying rocks of Florida as shown by the foraminifera of well borings, (6) review of the geology of Florida with special reference to structural conditions. *AR 13 1921, 307 p., 43 fig. This report contains (1) oil prospecting in Florida, (2) statistics of mineral production, 1918, (3) foraminifera from the deep wells of Florida, (4) the geography of central Florida. *AR 14 1922, 135 p., 10 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) statistics on mineral production, 1919 and 1920, (2) the petroleum possibilities of Florida, including a geologic map. *AR 15 1924, 266 p., 2 pl., 55 fig. This report contains: (1) statistics on mineral production, 1921 and 1922, (2) a contribution to the late Tertiary and Quaternary paleontology of northeastern Florida, (3) preliminary report on clays of Florida. *AR 16 1925, 203 p., 52 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1923, (2) a preliminary report on the limestones and marls of Florida. *AR 17 1926, 275 p., 5 fig., 2 maps. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production in 1924, (2) history of soil investigation in Florida and description of the new soil map, (3) generalized soil map of Florida in color, (4) review of structure and stratigraphy of Florida. -publication is out-of-print 2

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*AR 18 1927, 206 p., 58 fig. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1925, (2) natural resources of southern Florida. *AR 19 1928, 183 p., 5 pl., 36 fig., 9 tables. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1926, (2) sand and gravel deposits of Florida, (3) beach deposits of ilmenite, zircon, and rutile in Florida, (4) new species of Operulina and Discocyclina from the Ocala limestone, (5) new species of Coskinolina and Dictyoconus (?) from Florida. *AR 20 1929, 294 p., 40 pl., 4 fig., 1 map. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics of mineral production in Florida during 1927, (2) geology of Florida with geologic map, (3) extinct land mammals of Florida. *AR 21/22 1931, 129 p., 39 fig. This report contains: (1) administrative report and statistics of mineral production, 1928-1929, (2) need for conservation and protection of our water supply, (3) the possibility of petroleum in Florida, (4) beaches of Florida, (5) a palm nut of Attalea from the upper Eocene of Florida. *AR 23/24 1933, 227 p., 23 fig., 3 tables. This report contains (1) administrative report and statistics on mineral production, 1930-1931, (2) northern disjuncts in northern Florida and cypress domes, (3) notes on the geology and the occurrence of some diatomaceous earth deposits of Florida and diatoms of the Florida peat deposits, (4) groundwater resources of Sarasota County, Florida, and exploration of artesian wells in Sarasota County, Florida. -publication is out-of-print 3

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BIENNIAL REPORTS *BR 1 1933-1934; including economic investigation of water and mineral resources; 1935, 25 p., 4 fig. *BR 2 1935-1936; featuring review of the Florida mineral industry, 1934-35; 1937, 29 p., 6 fig. *BR 3 1937-1938; including review of Florida mineral industry and list of producers and production for 1936-37; 1939, 28 p., 2 fig. *BR 4 1939-1940; including review of the museum collection of rocks, minerals, fossils and artifacts; mineral resources, producers, and production during 1938-39; 1941, 30 p., 1 fig. *BR 5 1941-1942; museum collection; oil prospecting and well drilling; mineral resources, producers, and production during 1940-41; 1943, 32 p. *BR 6 1943-1944; water resources; discovery of oil; mineral industry and summaries of production, 1942-1943; 1945, 29 p., 3 fig. *BR 7 1945-1946; oil prospecting and production; mineral statistics and list of producers, 1944-45; 1947, 22 p. *BR 8 1947-1948; expanded program in cooperation with other agencies; oil prospecting and production; mineral production and producers during 1946-1947; 1949, 30 p., 3 fig. *BR 9 1949-1950; well sample library; oil exploration and development data; Florida mineral industry -summary of production and producers during 1948-49; 1951, 32 p., 4 fig. *BR 10 1951-1952; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities; Florida mineral industry, production and producers during 1950-1951; 1953, 54 p., 9 fig. *BR 11 1953-1954; rock sample and core data; cooperative activities; Florida mineral industry production, and producers during 1952-1953; 1955, 60 p., 4ig. *BR 12 1955-1956; duties of the Survey personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys; cooperative activities with other agencies; study of the proposed Cross-Florida Barge Canal and Sanford-Titusville Canal; Florida mineral industry and producers during 1954-55; 1957, 86 p., 12 fig., 2 tables. -publication is out-of-print 4

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*BR 13 1957-1958; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys; cooperative activities with other agencies; Florida mineral industry and producers during 1956-1957; 1959, 84 p., 14 fig., 4 tables. *BR 14 1959-1960; personnel of the Florida and U.S. Geological Surveys; cooperative activities with other agencies; Florida mineral industry and producers during 1958-1959; 1961, 184 p., 12 fig., 10 tables. BR 15 1987-1988 Biennial Report, 1990. By P.A. Bond, 34 p. BR 16 1989-1990 Biennial Report, 1991. By P.A. Bond, 40 p. -publication is out-of-print 5

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BULLETINS *B 1 The Underground Water Supply of Central Florida, by E.H. Sellards, 1908, 103 p., 6 pl., 6 text fig. Contains (1) underground water, general dIscussion, (2) the underground water of central Florida, deep and shallow wells, spring and artesian prospects, (3) effects of underground solution, cavities, sinkholes, disappearing streams, and solution basins, (4) drainage of lakes, ponds, and swamp lands and disposal of sewage by bored wells, (5) water analyses and tables giving general water resources, public water supplies, spring and well records. *B 2 Roads and Road Materials of Florida, by E.H. Sellards, H. Gunter & N.H. Cox, 1911, 31 p., 4 pl. Contains (1) an account of the road building materials of Florida, (2) a statistical table showing the amount of improved roads built by the counties of the State to the close of 1910. *B 3 Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1930, 189 p., 21 pl. *B 4 The Foraminifera of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by J.A. Cushman, 1930, 93 p., 12 pl. *B 5 (1) A Fossil Teleost Fish of the Snapper Family (Lutianidae) from the Lower Oligocene of Florida, by W.K. Gregory, (2) The Foraminifers of the Marianna Limestone of Florida, by W.S. Cole and G.M. Ponton, 1930, 61 p., 11 pl., 2 fig. *B 6 The Pliocene and Pleistocene Foraminifera of Florida, by W.S. Cole, 1931, 79 p., 3 fig., 2 tables. *B 7 The Pensacola Terrace and Associated Beaches and Bars of Florida, by F. Leverett, 1931, 44 p., 8 fig., I map. *B 8 Miocene Pelecypods of the Choctawhatchee Formation of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1932, 240 p., 34 pl., 3 fig. *B 9 The Foraminifera of the Upper Middle, and Part of the Lower Miocene of Florida, by J.A. Cushman and G.M. Ponton, 1932, 147 p., 17 p1., 2 tables, 1 map. *B 10 (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 Ground Water Investigations in Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1933, 33 P.s out-of-print -publication is out-of-print 6

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*B 12 New Miocene Gastropods and Scaphopods From Alaqua Creek Valley, Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1935, 50 p., 5 p1. *B 13 Ostracods of the Arca Zone of the Choctawhatchee Miocene of Florida, by H.V. Howe, 1935, 47 p., 4 pl. *B 14 Additions to the Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, by J. Gardner, 1936, 82 p., 10 pl. *B 15 Mollusks of the Tampa and Suwannee Limestones of Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1937, 334 p., 21 pl. *B 16 Stratigraphy and Micropaleontology of Two Deep Wells in Florida, Mamie S. Hammond., Granberry No. 1, W-285, Jackson Co., and Port St. Joe Paper Company, Test Wells No. 3, W-288, and No. 4, W-289, Gulf Co., by W.S. Cole, 1938, 6 p., 12 pl., 3 fig. *B 17 Scenery of Florida Interpreted by a Geologist, by C.W. Cooke, 1939, 120 p., 58 fig. *B 18 Notes on the Upper Tertiary and Pleistocene Mollusks of Peninsular Florida, by W.C. Mansfield, 1939, 76 p., 4 p1., 2 fig., 5 tables. *B 19 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida -No. 1, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Power House Well No. 2, W-448, Polk Co., and Peninsular Oil and Refining Company's J.W. Cory No. 1, W-445, Monroe Co., by W.S. Cole, 1941, 94 p., 18 p1., 4 fig., 1 table. *B 20 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida -No. 2, Suwannee Petroleum Corporation's Sholtz No. 1, W-166, Levy Co., and Florida Oil Discovery Company's Cedar Keys No. 2, W-355, Levy Co., by W.S. Cole, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig. B 21 Geology of Holmes and Washington Counties, Florida, by R.O. Vernon, 1942, 90 p., 16 pl., 4 fig. ($1.00). *B 22 Contributions to Florida Vertebrate Paleontology: (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 Florida Dunes and Scrub, Vegetation and Geology, by H. Kurz, 1942, 154 p., 25 pl., 24 fig., 3 tables. *B 24 Florida Mineral Industry, with Summaries of Production for 1940 and 1941, by R.O. Vernon, 1943, 207 p., 40 fig., 25 tables. -publication is out-of-print 7

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*B 25 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 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida No. 3, City of Quincy Well, W-4, Gadsden Co., St. Mary's River Oil Corporation, Hilliard Turpentine Company No. 1, W-336, Nassau Co., by W.S. Cole, 1944, 168 p., frontispiece, 29 p1., 5 fig. Addendum: Discovery of Oil in Florida, pp. 162-163, fig. 4-5. *B 27 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 Stratigraphic and Paleontologic Studies of Wells in Florida -No. 4, City of Tallahassee Water Well no. 6, W-453, Leon Co., Dale Mabry Field Water Well "B", W-95, Leon Co., Ravlin-Brown V.G. Phillips No. 1 Well, W-440, Wakulla County, by W.S. Cole, 1945, 160 p., 22 p1., 8 fig., 17 tables. ($1.00). *B 29 Geology of Florida, by C.W. Cooke, 1945, 342 p., 1 pl., 1 map, 47 fig. *B 30 The Peat Deposits of Florida, Their Occurence, Development, and Uses, by J.H. Davis, Jr., 1946, 250 p., frontispiece, 36 fig., 27 tables. *B 31 Springs of Florida, by G.E. Ferguson, C.W. Lingham, S.K. Love, and R.O. Vernon, 1947, 198 p., frontispiece, 1 map, 37 fig., 4 tables. *B 31 Springs of Florida (Revised) by J.C. Rosenau, G.L. Faulkner, C.W. Hendry, Jr. and R.W. Hull, 1977, 461 p., frontispiece, 31 fig., 7 tables, 175 fig. Note: Bulletin 31 is now available from the Ocala National Forest Interpretive Association at the cost of $27 plus postage. Requests should be directed to the Association at: 10863 E. Hwy. 40, Silver Springs, FL 32688, or phone 904/625-7470. *B 32 Elevations in Florida, by H. Gunter, 1948, 1160 p., 2 fig. *B 33 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 Paleontological 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. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 8

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B 35 Eocene Mollusks from Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida, by H.G. Richards and K.V.W. Palmer, 1953, 96 p., 13 pl. ($1.00). B 36 Contribution to the Study of the Miocene of the Florida Panhandle, by H.S. Puri, 1954, 345 p., 47 pl., 21 fig., 15 tables, 1 map. ($1.00). B 37 Geology of Jackson County, Florida, by W.E. Moore, 1955, 101 p., frontispiece, 5 pl., 27 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). B 38 Stratigraphy and Zonation of the Ocala Group, by H.S. Pur, 1957, 248 p., 3 pl., 30 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). *B 39 Mining and Mineral Resources, by J.L. Calver, 1957, 132 p., 35 fig., 12 tables. B 40 Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Late Neogene Strata of the Caloosahatchee River Area of Southern Florida, by J.R. DuBar, 1958, 267 p., 4 pl., 49 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00). B 41 Some Geomorphic Features of Central Peninsular Florida, by W.A. White, 1958, 92 p., 3 pl., 14 fig. ($1.00). B 42 The Limestone Resources of Washington, Holmes, and Jackson Counties, Florida, by W.D. Reves, 1961, 121 p., 27 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00). B 43 Neogene Biostratigraphy of the Charlotte Harbor Area in Southwestern Florida, by J.R. DuBar, 1962, 83 p., 8 fig., 2 p1., 8 tables. ($1.00). B 44 The Osteology and Paleontology of the Passerine Birds of Reddick, Florida, by J.H. Hamon, 1964, 209 p., 13 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). B 45 The Regional Lithostratigraphic Analysis of Paleocene and Eocene Rocks of Florida, by C.S. Chen, 1965, 105 p., 44 fig., 1 table. ($1.00). B 46 Geology of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Western Florida Panhandle, by O.T. Marsh, 1966, 140 p., 28 fig., 5 p1., 16 tables. ($1.00). B 47 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Leon County, Florida, by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and C.R. Sproul, 1966, 178 p., 37 fig., 1 p1., 8 tables. ($1.00). B 48 Geology of Jefferson County, Florida, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1966, 115 p., 2 fig., 1 pl., 9 tables. ($1.00). B 49 Geology of Dixie and Gilchrist Counties, Florida, by H.S. Pur, J.W. Yon, Jr., and W.R. Oglesby, 1967, 155 p., 55 fig., 2 p1., 18 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 9

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B 50 Mineral Resource Study of Holmes, Walton and Washington Counties, by J.W. Yon, Jr. and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1970, 161 p., 16 fig., 11 tables. ($1.00). *B 51 Geomorphology of the Florida Peninsula, by W.A. White, 1970, 164 p., 44 fig. 7 pl. B 52 Ancient Sea Levels Stands in Florida, by E.C. Pirkle, W.H. Yoho, and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1970, 61 p., 2 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00). B 53 Corals from the Chipola and Jackson Bluff Formations of Florida, by N.E. Weisbord, 1972, 100 p., 8 fig., 15 p1. ($1.00). B 54 (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; (2) Petrography of the Suwannee Limestone, by A.F. Randazzo, 1972, 13 p., 7 fig., 1 table. ($1.00). B 55 Igneous and Metamorphic Basement Rocks of Florida, by C. Milton, 1972, 125 p., 85 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). *B 56 New and Little-known Corals from the Tampa Formation of Florida, by N.E. Weisbord, 1973, 156 p., 35 pl. *B 57 Geology of Bay County, Florida, by W. Schmidt and M. Wiggs Cark, 1980, 96 p., 45 fig., 2 tables. *B 58 Stratigraphy and Geologic History of the Apalachicola Embayment, by W. Schmidt, 1985, 146 p., 64 fig., 6 p1., 7 tables. B 59 The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn (Miocene) of Florida, by T.M. Scott, 1988, xiv, 148 p., 81 fig., 1 table. ($1.00). *B 60 Geology of Wakulla County, Florida, by F. Rupert and S. Spencer, 1988, vii, 46 p., 22 fig., 2 tables. B 61 Geology and Ground-water Resources of Madison County, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine, Steven M. Spencer, and Teresa O'Carroll, 1990. ($1.00). B 62 Geology of Gadsden County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1990. ($1.00). B 63 Geology of Gulf County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1991, 51 p., 22 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 10

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INFORMATION CIRCULARS *IC 1 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., I 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., I table 1960 Supplement, 1961, 15 p., 2 fig., 4 tables *IC 2 Florida Kaolins and Clays, by J.L. Calver, 1949, 59 p., 2 fig., 3 tables. *IC 3 Ground Water in Florida, by H.H. Cooper, Jr. and V.T. Stringfield, 1950, 6 p., 5 fig. *IC 4 The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida Interim Report, by H.M. Peek, 1953, 22 p., 7 fig. *IC 5 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 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 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 Interim Report on Ground-Water Resources of the North-eastern Part of Volusia County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick and W.P. Leutze, 1956, 68 p., 14 fig., 4 tables. *IC 9 Interim Report on Salt-Water Encroachment in Dade County, Florida, by H. Klein, 1957, 5 p., 12 fig. *IC 10 Interim Report on the Progress of an Inventory of Artesian Wells in Florida., by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and J.A. Lavendar, 1957, 178 p., 27 fig., 3 tables. -publication is out-of-print 11

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*IC 11 Interim Report on the Water Resources of Brevard County, Florida, by D.W. Brown, W.E. Kenner, and E. Brown, 1957, 109 p., 30 fig., 15 tables. *IC 12 Ground-Water Resources of the Stuart Area, Martin County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, 1957, 47 p., 9 fig., 4 tables. *IC 13 Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Flagler County, Florida, by B.J. Bermes, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table. *IC 14 Interim Report of the Ground-Water Resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by G.R. Tarver, 1958, 35 p., 13 fig., 1 table. *IC 15 Interim Report on the Ground-Water Resources of Putnam County, Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1958, 32 p., 11 fig., 1 table. *IC 16 Interim Report on the Changes in the Chloride Content of Ground-Water in Pinellas County, Florida, Between 1947 and 1956, by D.W. Brown, 1958, 11 p., 4 fig., 1 table. *IC 17 Interim Report on the Flood of June 9, 1957, at Perry, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, 1958, 12 p., 8 fig. *IC 18 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 Interim Report on Records of Wells in Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1958, 199 p., 3 fig., 1 table. *IC 20 Interim Report on Surface-Water Resources, Baker County, Florida, by R.W. Pride, 1958, 32 p., 7 fig., 2 tables. *IC 21 Final Report on an Inventory of Flowing Artesian Wells in Florida, by C.W. Hendry, Jr. and J.A. Lavendar, 1959, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables. *IC 22 Record of Wells in Ruskin Area, Hillsborough County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1959, 85 p., 2 fig., 2 tables. *IC 23 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 Record of Wells in Volusia County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick, 1961, 96 p., 2 fig., 1 pl., 1 table. *IC 25 Surface-Water Resources of Polk County, Florida, by R.C. Heath, 1961, 123 p., 50 fig., 9 tables. -publication is out-of-print 12

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*IC 26 Interim Report on the Hydrologic Features of the Green Swamp Area in Central Florida, by R.W. Pride, F.W. Meyer, and R.N. Cherry, 1961, 96 p., 22 fig., 3 tables. *IC 27 Preliminary Investigation of the Ground-Water Resources of Northeast Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1961, 28 p., 11 fig., 2 tables. *IC 28 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 Ground-Water Resources of Northwest Collier County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood and H. Klein, 1961, 44 p., 17 fig., 2 tables. *IC 30 Interim Report on the Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough, and O.T. Marsh, 1961, 89 p., 30 fig., 1 table. *IC 31 Stage Characteristics of Florida Lakes, by W.E. Kenner, 1961, 82 p., 62 fig. *IC 32 Water-Resource Records of Brevard County, Florida, by D.W. Brown, W.E. Kenner, J.W. Crooks, and J.B. Foster, 1962, 180 p., 7 fig., 16 tables. *IC 33 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida in 1960, by H.G. Healy, 1962, 19 p., 3 fig., 3 tables. *IC 34 Ground-Water Records of Seminole County, Florida, by J.T. Barraclough, 1962, 148 p., 3 fig., 3 tables. *IC 35 Well Design as a Factor Contributing to Loss of Water from the Floridan Aquifer -Eastern Clay County, Florida, by J.B. Foster, 1962, 10 p., 4 fig. *IC 36 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 Ground-Water Records of Flagler, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties, Florida, by B.J. Bermes, G.W. Leve, and G.R. Tarver, 1963, 89 p., 5 fig., 3 tables. *IC 38 Records of Wells and Water Resources Data in Polk County, Florida, by H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1963, 144 p., 4 fig., 9 tables. *IC 39 Surface-Water Resources of St. Johns, Flagler, and Putnam Counties, by W.E. Kenner and J.W. Crooks, 1963, 44 p., 10 fig., 16 tables. *IC 40 Maps Showing Depths of Selected Lakes in Florida, by W.E. Kenner, 1964, 82 p., 76 fig., 2 tables. -publication is out-of-print 13

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*IC 41 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 Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1962, by C. Babcock, 1964, 29 p., 4 fig., 5 tables. *IC 43 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 Water-Resources Records of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall, 1964, 95 p., 4 fig., 13 tables. *IC 45 Summary of Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration in 1963, by C. Babcock, 1965, 63 p., 4 fig., 12 tables, 3 pl. *IC 46 Ceramic Clay Investigations in Alachua, Clay, and Putnam Counties, Florida, by R.C. Hickman and H.P. Hamlin, 1965, 46 p., 4 fig. ($1.00). *IC 47 Control of Lake Levels in Orange County, Florida, by W. Anderson, W.F. Lichtler, and B.F. Joyner, 1965, 15 p., 7 fig. *IC 48 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers in Florida, 1961-62, by H.G. Healy, 1966, 72 p., 45 fig., 1 table. *IC 49 Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, 1964, by C. Babcock, 1966, 117 p., 12 fig., 11 tables. *IC 50 Water Resource 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 Groundwater in the Immokalee Area, Collier County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, 1967, 13 p., 11 fig., 1 table. *IC 52 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers in Florida, 1963-64, by H.G. Healy, 1968, 68 p., 46 fig., 1 table. *IC 53 Groundwater Resource Data of Charlotte, DeSoto, and Hardee Counties, Florida, by M.I. Kaufman and N.P. Dion, 1968, 24 p., 4 fig., 4 tables. *IC 54 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1965, by C. Babcock, 1968, 50 p., 2 fig., 2 tables. *IC 55 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1966, by C. Babcock, 1968, 35 p., 3 fig., 2 tables. -publication is out-of-print 14

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*IC 56 Test Well Exploration in the Myakka River Basin Area, Florida, by H. Sutcliffe, Jr. and B.F. Joyner, 1968, 61 p., 15 fig., 3 tables. *IC 57 Water Resource Records of the Econfina Creek Basin Area, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.B. Foster, and L.G. Toler, 1968, 127 p., 9 fig., 14 tables. *IC 58 Production and Utilization of Water in the Metropolitan Area of Jacksonville, Florida, by G.W. Leve and D.A. Goolsby, 1969, 37 p., 9 fig., 14 tables. *IC 59 Seepage Tests in L-D1 Borrow Canal at Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by F.W. Meyer and J.E. Hull, 1969, 31 p., 13 fig., 1 table. *IC 60 Geology of the Upper Cretaceous Clastic Section Northern Peninsular Florida, by C. Babcock, 1969, 44 p., 20 fig. *IC 61 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1965-66, by H.G. Healy, 55 p., 47 fig., 1 table. *IC 62 A Test of Flushing Procedures to Control Salt-Water Intrusion at the W.P. Franklin Dam near Ft. Myers, Florida, 15 p., 8 fig., 3 tables; and The Magnitude and Extent of Salt-Water Contamination in the Caloosahatchee River Between LaBelle and Olga, Florida, by D.H. Boggess, 1970, p. 17-39, 8 fig., 2 tables. *IC 63 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1967, by C. Babcock, 1970, 32 p., 7 fig., 3 tables. *IC 64 Report on Geophysical and Television Explorations in City of Jacksonville Water Wells, by G.W. Leve, 1970, 15 p., 9 fig. *IC 65 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1968, by C. Babcock, 1970, 40 p., 10 fig., 7 tables. *IC 66 Directory of Mineral Producers in Florida, by E.L. Maxwell, 1968, 40 p., 4 fig. *IC 67 Selected Water Resources of Okaloosa County, Florida, by J.B. Foster and C.A. Pascale, 1971, 95 p., 4 fig., 9 tables. *IC 68 Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers of Florida, 1967-68, by H.G. Healy, 1970, 78 p., 51 fig., 1 table. *IC 69 Selected Flow Characteristics of Florida Streams and Canals, by R.C. Heath and E.T. Wimberly, 1971, 595 p., 7 fig. -publication is out-of-print 15

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*IC 70 The Beneficial Use 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 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1969, by C. Babcock, 1971, 48 p., 7 fig., 7 tables. *IC 72 Land Use Conflicts and Phosphate Mining in Florida, by J.W. Sweeney, 1972, 41 p., 6 fig., 2 tables. *IC 73 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1969-70, by H.G. Healy, 1972, 73 p., 54 fig., 1 table. *IC 74 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 Saline-Water Intrusion From Deep Artesian Sources in the McGregor Isles Area of Lee County, Florida, by C.R. Sproul, D.H. Boggess, and H.J. Woodard, 1972, 30 p., 9 fig., 3 tables. *IC 76 Hydrologic Aspects of Freshening Upper Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by J.A. Mann, 1972, 39 p., 15 fig., 2 tables. *IC 77 Ground Water in the Hallandale Area, Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1972, 32 p., 13 fig., 5 tables. *IC 78 Records of Hydrologic Data, Walton County, Florida, by C.A. Pascale, C.F. Essig, Jr., and R.R. Herring, 1972, 103 p., 5 fig., 9 tables. *IC 79 Flood of September 20-23, 1969, in the Gadsden County Area, Florida, by W.C. Bridges and D.R. Davis, 1972, 37 p., 23 fig., 3 tables. *IC 80 Oil and Gas Activities in Florida, 1970, by C. Babcock, 1972, 82 p., 6 fig., 13 tables. *IC 81 Public Water Supplies of Selected Municipalities in Florida, 1970, by H.G. Healy, 1972, 213 p., 28 fig., 4 tables. IC 82 Flow and Chemical Characteristics of the St. Johns River at Jacksonville, Florida, by W. Anderson and D.A. Goolsby, 1973, 33 fig. *IC 83 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1970, by R.W. Pride, 1973, 31 p., 6 fig., 10 tables. *IC 84 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1971, by W.F. Stowasser, 1973, 12 p., 1 fig., 11 tables. *IC 85 Water Levels in Artesian and Nonartesian Aquifers of Florida, 1971-72, by H.G. Healy, 1974, 94 p., 54 fig., I table. -publication is out-of-print 16

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*IC 86 Hydrogeologic Characteristics of the Surficial Aquifer in Northwest Hillsborough County, Florida, by W.C. Sinclair, 1974, 98 p., 1 fig., 4 tables. IC 87 List of Publications. (Revised periodically). Available at no charge. *IC 88 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1972, by W.F. Stowasser and W.R. Oglesby, 1974, 13 p., 10 tables. IC 89 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1973, by W.F. Stowasser and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1976, 13 p., 9 tables. ($1.00). *IC 90 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1974, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1977, 14 p., 11 tables. *IC 91 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1975, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1979, 16 p., 11 tables. *IC 92 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1976, by J.W. Sweeney and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1979, 14 p., 7 tables. *IC 93 Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by E. Lane, 1983, 8 p., 5 fig., 1 table. For an update of this, see OFR 40. *IC 94 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1978-79, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1981, 10 p., 7 tables. *IC 95 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1980, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1982, 11 p., 7 tables. ($1.00). IC 96 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1981, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1983, 11 p., 6 tables. ($1.00). *IC 97 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1982, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1984, 11 p., 6 tables. ($1.00) IC 98 Annotated Bibliography of Florida Basement Geology and Related Tectonic Studies, by J.M. Lloyd, 1985, 72 p., index, appendix. ($1.00). IC 99 The Mineral Industry of Florida, 1983, by J.R. Boyle and C.W. Hendry, Jr., 1985, 12 p., 6 tables. ($1.00). *IC 100 Palynology and Paleoecology of a Lignitic Peat from Trail Ridge, Florida, by F.J. Rich, 1985, 15 p., 4 fig., 1 pl. ($1.00). *IC 101 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. -publication is out-of-print 17

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*IC 102 The Industrial Minerals of Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 94 p., 18 fig., I table. *IC 103 Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida Geological Survey, compiled by R.A. Johnson, 1986, xi, 431 p., 1 fig. ($1.00). (Includes MS 111). *IC 104 Part I -1985 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by J. 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 PART I The Industrial Minerals Industry Directory of Fla., by Steven M. Spencer. PART II Geology, Mining and Reclamation at the Radar Hill Quarry, Citrus County, Fla., by J. William Yon, William R. Waite, and Charles T. Williams. 1989, 51 pgs., 10 figures. ($1.00). IC 106 1986 and 1987 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd, 1989, 39 pages, 16 figures. ($1.00). IC 107 Part I 1988 and 1989 Florida Petroleum Production and Exploration, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd, 1991. Including Florida Petroleum Reserve Estimates, by Charles H. Tootle. Part II Petroleum Exploration and Development Policies in Florida: Response to Public Concern for Sensitive Environment, by Jacqueline M. Lloyd and Joan M. Ragland. Part ill Petrology and Provenance of the Norphlet Formation, Panhandle, Florida, by Greg W. Scott, 1991, 121 p. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 18

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LEAFLETS L 1 Your Water Resources, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 1963, 35 p., 22 fig. ($1.00). L 2 Water for Thirsty Industry -It's Your Problem, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 9 p., 7 fig. ($1.00). *L 3 The Pensacola Area's Water, prepared by Florida Geological Survey, 1965, 13 p., 16 fig. ($1.00). *L 4 Chronological Bibliography of Principal Published Ground Water Reports in Florida, prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, 1908-1963, by L.W. Hyde, 1964, 18 p., 5 fig. *L 5 Water Control Versus Sea-Water Intrusion in Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood and R.G. Grantham, 1965, 13 p., 9 fig. ($1.00). *L 6 Jacksonville's Water, by G.W. Leve, 1965, 12 p., 3 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). *L 7 Salt Intrusion Can Be Controlled, by H. Klein, 1966, 6 p., 3 fig. L 8 Water in Orange County, Florida, by B.F. Joyner, W.F. Lichtler, and W. Anderson, 1968, 17 p., 12 fig. ($1.00). *L 9 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 Florida Caverns State Park, a Nature-Made Geologic Wonderland, by W. Schmidt, 1982, 16 p., 8 fig. L 11 The Geology of Torreyp State Park, by K.M. Campbell and R.W. Hoenstine, 1982, 8 p. ($1.00). L 12 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., 19 fig. ($1.00). L 13 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., 13 fig. ($1.00). L 14 Geology of the State Parks in the Florida Keys, by E. Lane, 1986, 28 p., 21 fig. ($1.00). L 15 The Florfda Geological Survey; Geological Research Contributing to Responsible Growth in Florida, 1991, 6 p., 7 fig. (free) publication is out-of-print 19

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MAP SERIES MS 1 Piezometric Map. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Map represents the piezometric surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida. Size: 15 x 15 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 2 Land-Pebble Phosphate District. Compiled by J.B. Cathcart and E.L.M. Ward, U.S. Geological Survey. Maps show mined-out areas and property ownership as of March, 1953, in the land-pebble phosphate district, Polk and Hillsborough Counties, Florida. In two sheets, one 36 x 44 inches; the other 30 x 44 inches. Scale: approximately 1 mile to 1 inch. *MS 3 Geologic Map. Prepared by the Florida Geological Survey in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey. Map shows the surface occurrence 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 Piezometric Map with the Area of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, July 6-17, 1961; Revised 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00). MS 5 Hydrologic Map Showing Features of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County, Florida. January, 1963. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, in five colors. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 6 Regional oil and gas well location maps of Florida, and field maps, are available at a scale of 1:250,000 and 1:24,000 respectively. Statewide coverage in this series requires 15 regional maps and 10 field maps. For information on ordering oil and gas maps, contact the Administrator of Oil and Gas, Florida Bureau of Geology, 903 West Tennessee St., Tallahassee, FL 32304, (904) 487-2219. MS 7 Generalized Water-Table Contours in Southern Florida, 1964. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 10 x 15 inches. Scale: approximately 25 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 8 Mineral Resources and Industries of Florida. Prepared for the Florida Geological Survey by J.L. Calver, 1956. Size 9 x 12-1/2 inches. Scale: approximately 50 miles to 1 inch. -publication is out-of-print 20

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MS 9 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Hillsborough County, Florida, 1963. Compiled by D.E. Shattles, U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 10 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in the Econfina Creek Basin Area, Florida, 1962. Compiled by L.G. Toler and W.J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 11 Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer of Northwest Florida, 1963. Compiled by L.G. Toler. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: 15 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 12 Chloride Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 13 Hardness of Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 14 Dissolved Solids in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1965. Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 15 Sulfate Concentration in Water from the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1965. Revised 1975. Compiled by W.J. Shampine. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 16 Principal Aquifers in Florida, 1965, Revised 1975. Compiled by L.W. Hyde. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 17 Quality of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Brevard County, Florida, 1963. Compiled by W.J. Shampine, U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 19 x 25 inches. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 21

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*MS 18 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. *MS 19 Folio of South Florida Basin, A Preliminary Study, 1966. Compiled by W. R. Oglesby. Size: 9 x 14 inches. Scale: approximately 40 miles to 1 inch. MS 20 Chloride Content of Ground Water in Pinellas County, Florida, in 1950 and 1963; 1966. Compiled by R.N. Cherry. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 20.5 x. 27 inches. Scale: approximately 4-1/2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 21 Availability of Ground Water in Orange County, Florida, 1966. Compiled by W.F. Lichtler and B.F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Board of County Commissioners of Orange County and the Florida Geological Survey. Size: 27-3/4 x 36-3/4 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 22 Runoff in Florida, 1966. Compiled by W.E. Kenner. Size: 16 x 20 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 23 Fluoride Content of Water from the Floridan Aquifer in Northwestern Florida, 1966. Compiled by L.G. Toler. Size: 16-3/4 x 24 inches. Scale: approximately 15 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 24 Availability and Quality of Surface Water in Orange County, Florida, 1966. Compiled by W. Anderson and B.F. Joyner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Board of County Commissioners of Orange County, Florida. Size: 22-3/4 x 34-1/2 inches. Scale: approximately 3 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 25 Temperature and Chemical Characteristics of the St. John's River Near Cocoa, Florida; 1967. Compiled by K.A. MacKichan, U.S. Geological Survey. Size: 25 x 18-3/4 inches, 12 fig. ($1.00). MS 26 Ground Water Features in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, 1967. Compiled by J.T. Barraclough. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, and the City of Pensacola. Size: 24 x 38 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 22

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MS 27 Chemical Character of Water in the Floridan Aquifer in Southern Peace River Basin, Florida, 1967. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman and N.P. Dion. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 26 x 31 inches. Scale: approximately 10 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 28 Drainage Basins in Florida, 1967. Compiled by W.E. Kenner, R.W. Pride, and C.S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation. Size: 19 x 25 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 29 Water in Broward County, Florida, 1968. Compiled by H.J. McCoy, and C.B. Sherwood. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and Broward County. Size: 25 x 38 inches. Scale: approximately 3-1/2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 30 Surface Drainage Characteristics in Volusia County, Florida, 1968. Compiled by D. Knochenmus, U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation and the Board of County Commissioners of Volusia County. Size: 25.5 x 32 inches. Scale: approximately 6 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 31 Seasonal Variation of Streamflow in Florida, 1969; Revised 1975. Compiled by W.E. Kenner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 32 The Difference Between Rainfall and Potential Evaporation in Florida, 1969. Compiled by F.N. Visher and G.H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 33 Generalized Distribution and Concentration of Orthophosphate in Florida Streams, 1969, Revised 1975. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 34 Average Flow of Major Streams in Florida, 1969. Compiled by W.E. Kenner, E.R. Hampton, and C.S. Conover. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Departmant of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 23

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MS 35 Color of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1969, Revised 1975. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 36 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1965; 1970, Second Edition, 1975. Compiled by R.W. Pride. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 37 The pH of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1970. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 38 Hydrologic Setting of Deer Point Lake near Panama City, Florida, 1970. Compiled by G.H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 34 x 23 inches. Scale: approximately 3/8 mile to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 39 Hydrologic Factors Affecting the Utilization of Land for Sanitary Landfills in Northern Hillsborough County, Florida, 1970. Compiled by J.W. Stewart and R.V. Hanan. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa. Size: 34 x 24 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 40 Annual and Seasonal Rainfall in Florida; 1971. Compiled by G.H. Hughes, E.R. Hampton, and D.F. Tucker. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 100 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 41 Bouguer Anomaly Map of South Florida; 1971. Compiled by W.R. Oglesby and M.M. Ball. Prepared by the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami. Size: 23 x 26 inches. Scale: approximately 8 miles to 1 inch. MS 42 Depth to Base of Potable Water in the Floridan Aquifer, 1971. Compiled by H. Klein. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 24

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MS 43 Temperature of Florida Streams; 1971; Revised 1975. Compiled by W. Anderson. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale; approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 44 Ground Water in Lake County, Florida, 1971. Compiled by D.D. Knochenmus. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, Board of County Commissioners of Lake County and the Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water Conservation and Control Authority. Size: 35-3/4 x 22-3/4 inches, 5 fig. ($1.00). MS 45 Streamflow Variation and Distribution in the Big Cypress Watershed During Wet and Dry Periods, 1972. Compiled by H.J. Freiberger. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 28 x 23 inches. Scale: approximately 7.5 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 46 Guide to Users of Ground Water in Bay County, Florida, 1972. Compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 34.5 x 23 inches. Scale: approximately 7 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 47 Sea-Water Intrusion in the Upper Part of the Floridan Aquifer in Coastal Pasco County, Florida, 1969, compiled by R.C. Reichenbaugh, 1972. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in Cooperation with the Florida Bureau of Geology, Southwest Florida Water Management District, and Pasco County Commissioners. Size: 36 X 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. MS 48 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Thonotosassa near Tampa, Florida, 1972. Compiled by R.C. Reichenbaugh and J.D. Hunn. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Bureau of Geology and Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 625 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 49 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Magdalene near Tampa, Florida, 1971. Compiled by J.D. Hunn and R.C. Reichenbaugh. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Size: 36 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 500 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 50 Land Use in the Big Cypress Area, Southern Florida, 1972. Compiled by J.T. Armbruster. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 28 x 22.5 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 25

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MS 51 The Chemical Type of Water in Florida Streams, 1972, Revised 1975. Compiled by M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 52 Bouguer Anomaly Map of Northwest Florida and Adjacent Shelf. Compiled by S. Chaki and W.R. Oglesby. Size: 23 x 32 inches. ($1.00). MS 53 The Shallow Aquifer of Southwest Florida; 1972. Compiled by H. Klein. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources and Collier County. Size: 23 x 28 inches. Scale: approximately 7.5 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 54 A Hydrologic Description of Lake Minnehaha at Clermont, Florida; 1972. Compiled by P.W. Bush. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 23 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 1200 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 55 Quantity and Quality of Surface Water in Marion County, Florida, 1973. Compiled by W. Anderson and G.L. Faulkner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Board of County Commissioners of Marion County, Florida. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 56 Top of the Floridan Artesian Aquifer, 1973. Compiled by R.O. Vernon. Prepared by the Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with U.S. Geological Survey. Size: 21.5 x 18.5 inches. Scale: approximately 50 miles to 1.5 inches. ($1.00). MS 57 Bouguer Anomaly Map of the Florida Peninsula and Adjoining Continental Shelves, 1973. Compiled by W.R. Oglesby, M.M. Ball, and S.J. Chaki. Prepared by the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology. Size: 24 x 36 inches. Scale: approximately 16 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 58 Specific Conductance of Water in Florida Streams and Canals, 1973, Revised 1975. Compiled by L.J. Slack and M.I. Kaufman. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 26

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MS 59 Encroaching Salt Water in Northeast Palm Beach County, Florida, 1973. Compiled by H.G. Rodis. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners, Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, and the Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Interior Resources, Bureau of Geology and Division of Recreation and Parks. Size: 24 x 35 inches. Not to scale. ($1.00). MS 60 Hydrology of Lake Tarpon Near Tarpon Springs, Florida, 1974. Compiled by J.D. Hunn. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24 x 37 inches. Scale: approximately 1400 feet to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 61 The Anclote and Pithlachascotee Rivers as Water Supply Sources, 1973. Compiled by R.W. Coble. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Southwest Florida Water Management District, and Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24 x 37 inches. Scales: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch and 2.5 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 62 Water-Level Fluctuations of Lakes in Florida, 1974. Compiled by G.H. Hughes. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 63 An Index to Springs of Florida, 1974, Revised 1975. Compiled by J.C. Rosenau and G.L. Faulkner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. *MS 64 Low Streamflow in Florida -Magnitude and Frequency, 1974. Compiled by R.B. Stone. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. *MS 65 The Observation-Well Network of the U.S. Geological Survey in Florida, 1974. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 66 Surface Water Features of Florida, 1974. Compiled by L.J. Snell and W.E. Kenner. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. -27publication is out-of-print 27

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MS 67 Ground-Water Withdrawals in the Upper Peace and Upper Alafia River Basins, Florida, 1974. Compiled by A.F. Robertson and L.R. Mills. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 25 x 29.5 inches. Scale: approximately 7 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 68 Recharge Areas of the Floridan Aquifer in Seminole County and Vicinity, Florida, 1975. Compiled by C.H. Tibbals. Prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Natural Resources and Seminole County Commissioners. Size: 24 x 29 inches. Scale: approximately 1 mile to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 69 Hydrology of the Oklawaha Lakes Area of Florida, 1974. Compiled by P.W. Bush. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Water Management District, and the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 24 x 37 inches. Scale: approximately 4 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 70 Estimated Yield of Fresh-Water Wells in Florida, 1975. Compiled by C.A. Pascale. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 71 Terraces and Shorelines of Florida, 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17 x 21 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). *MS 72 River Basin and Hydrologic Unit Map of Florida, 1975. Compiled by C.S. Conover and S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. *MS 73 Potentiometric Surface and Areas of Artesian Flow of the Floridan Aquifer of Florida, May 1974; 1975. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. MS 74 Thickness of the Potable Water Zone in the Floridan Aquifer, 1976. Compiled by L.V. Causey and G.W. Leve. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 28

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MS 75 Nitrogen Loads and Concentrations in Florida Streams, 1976. Compiled by L.J. Slack and D.A. Goolsby. Prepared by the Department of Environmental Regulation in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: approximately 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 76 Program for Monitoring Surface-Water Quality in Florida, 1977. Compiled by L.J. Slack. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 20 x 24 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 77 Dissolved Solids Concentrations and Loads in Florida Surface Waters, 1977. Compiled by J.E. Dysart and D.A. Goolsby. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17 x 19 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 78 Environmental Geology Series -Pensacola Sheet, 1978. Compiled by W. Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 17 x 22 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 79 Environmental Geology Series -Gainesville Sheet, 1978. Compiled by M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 80 Environmental Geology Series -Ft. Pierce Sheet, 1980. Compiled by E. Lane, M.S. Knapp, and T. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 81 Runoff from Hydrologic Units in Florida, 1978. Compiled by G.H. Hughes. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) *MS 82 Chemical Quality of Water Used for Municipal Supply in Florida, 1975;1978. Compiled by G.G. Phelps. Prepared by the Florida Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. MS 83 Principal Uses of Freshwater in Florida, 1975; 1978. Compiled by G.G. Phelps. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 17.5 x 22 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 84 Environmental Geology Series -Apalachicola Sheet, 1978. Compiled by W. Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) -publication is out-of-print 29

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MS 85 Environmental Geology Series -Orlando Sheet, 1978. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 86 Top of the Floridan Aquifer in Northwest Florida, 1978. Compiled by T. Kwader and W. Schmidt. Prepared by the Northwest Florida Water Management District in cooperation with the Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 87 Freshwater Use in Florida, 1975. Compiled by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts. Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 88 Environmental Geology Series -Valdosta Sheet, 1978. Compiled by M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 89 Environmental Geology Series -Jacksonville Sheet, 1978. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 90 Environmental Geology Series -Tallahassee Sheet, 1979. Compiled by W. Schmidt, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) *MS 91 Quality of Untreated Water for Public Supplies in Florida with Reference to the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations, 1979. Prepared by R.W. Hull and G.A. Irwin, in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 27 x 22 inches. Scale: 100 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) *MS 92 Top of the Floridan Aquifer of North Central Florida, 1979. Compiled by M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 35 x 23 inches. Scale: 1:500,000. ($1.00) MS 93 Environmental Geology Series -Daytona Beach Sheet, 1979. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 21 x 33 inches. Scale: 20 miles to 1-1/2 inch. ($1.00) MS 94 Potential Subsurface Zones for Liquid-Waste Storage in Florida, 1979. Compiled by J.A. Miller. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 x 18 inches. Scale: 50 miles to 1-1/2 inch. ($1.00) -publication is out-of-print 30

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*MS 95 Top of the Floridan Aquifer in the St. Johns River Water Management District, 1980. Compiled by T.M. Scott, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the St. Johns River Water Management District. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 8 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00) MS 96 Water Quality of Florida Springs, 1979. Compiled by L.J. Slack and J.C. Rosenau. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 34 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 50 miles to 1-1/2 inch. ($1.00) *MS 97 Environmental Geology Series -Tampa Sheet, 1980. Compiled by M.S. Knapp, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00) MS 98 Areas of Natural Recharge to the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1980. Compiled by J.W. Stewart. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 x 17.5 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 99 Environmental Geology Series -Tarpon Springs Sheet, 1981. Compiled by R. Deuerling, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00). *MS 100 Environmental Geology Series -West Palm Beach Sheet, 1980. Compiled by E. Lane, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00). MS 101 Environmental Geology Series -Miami.Sheet, 1981. Compiled by E. Lane, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources. Size: 22 x 36 inches. Scale: 1:250,000. ($1.00). MS 102 Estimated Pumpage from Ground Water Sources for Public Supply and Rural Domestic Use in Florida, 1977; 1981. Compiled by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation, Bureau of Water Resources Management. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 103 Estimated Water Use in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 104 Potentiometric Surface of the Floridan Aquifer in Florida, 1980, by H.G. Healy. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation, Bureau of Water Resources Management. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). publication is out-of-print 31

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MS 105 Consumptive Use of Freshwater in Florida, 1980, by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts. Size: 22 x 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to I inch. ($1.00). MS 106 Estimated Irrigation Water Use in Florida, 1980, by R.M. Spechler. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 107 Long-term Streamflow Stations in Florida, 1980, by D.W. Foose and J.E. Sohm. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 108 Projected Public Supply and Rural (Self-Supplied) Water Use in Florida Through Year 2020, 1984, by S.D. Leach. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and Florida Water Management Districts. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 109 Wetlands in Florida, 1984, by P.S. Hampson. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 110 Sinkhole Type, Development, and Distribution in Florida, 1985, by W.C. Sinclair and J.W. Stewart. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey. Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 111 Index Map of Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests on File at the Florida Geological Survey, [1986], compiled by R.A. Johnson, Size: 22 X 17 inches. Scale: 50 km to 1 inch. ($1.00) (Included with IC-103). MS 112 Geology and Waste Disposal in Florida, [1987], by P. Bond, Size: 30 X 40 inches. Scale: 50 mi to 15/16 inch. ($1.00). MS 113 Mineral Resources of Sumter County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 29 x 19.5 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 114 Mineral Resources of Hernando County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 32

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MS 115 Mineral Resources of Citrus County, Florida, 1988, by J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 116 Mineral Resources of Levy County, Florida, 1988, by E. Lane, R.W. Hoenstine, J.W. Yon, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 27.5 x 30 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 117 Mineral Resources of Marion County, Florida, 1988, by R.W. Hoenstine, E. Lane, F. Rupert, J.W. Yon, and S.M. Spencer. Size: 27 x 34 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 118 Long-Term Stage Records of Lakes in Florida, 1987, by D.W. Foose. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and the Florida Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 X 21 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 119 Potentiometric Surface of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, May 1985; 1987, by G.L. Barr. Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and the Florida Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources. Size: 18 X 21 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 120 Mineral Resources of Collier County, by J.W. Yon, S.M. Spencer, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane. Size: 30 x 34 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 121 Mineral Resources of Madison County, Florida, 1988, by S.M. Spencer, J.W. Yon, R.W. Hoenstine, and E. Lane. Size: 19.5 x 29 inches. Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 122 Runoff to Streams in Florida, 1988, by R.P. Rumenik. Size: 21 x 18 inches. Scale: 30 miles to 1 inch. ($1.00). MS 123 Freshwater Withdrawals and Water-Use Trends in Florida, 1985, by Richard L. Marella, 1989. ($1.00). MS 124 Ground-Water Sources and 1985 Withdrawals in Florida, by Clyde S. Conover, John Vecchioli, and Donald W. Foose, 1989. ($1.00). MS 125 A Guide to Geologic and Paleontologic Sites in Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1989. ($1.00). MS 126 Mineral Resources of St. Johns County, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine, Paulette Bond, Steven M. Spencer, and J. William Yon, 1989. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 33

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MS 127 Mineral Resources of Flagler County, Florida, by Ed Lane, Paulette Bond, Ronald W. Hoenstine, Steven M. Spencer, and J. William Yon, 1989. ($1.00). MS 128 Mineral Resources of Putnam County, Florida, by Steven M. Spencer, Ronald W. Hoenstine, Ed Lane, and J. William Yon, 1989. ($1.00). MS 129 Mineral Resources of Jefferson County, Florida, by Paulette Bond, Ronald W. Hoenstine, and Ed Lane, 1989. ($1.00). MS 130 Mineral Resources of Lee County, Florida, by Ed Lane, Tom Scott, Ronald W. Hoenstine, and J. William Yon, 1990. ($1.00). MS 131 Mineral Resources of Alachua County, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine, J. William Yon, Ed Lane, and Steven M. Spencer, 1990. ($1.00). MS 132 Transmissivity and Well Yields of the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, by William J. Andrews, 1990. ($1.00). MS 133 Mineral Resources of Clay County, Florida, by Steven M. Spencer, J. William Yon, Ronald W. Hoenstine, and Ed Lane, 1991. ($1.00). MS 134 Mineral Resources of Union and Bradford Counties, Florida, by Ed Lane, Ronald W. Hoenstine, Frank R. Rupert, and Steven M. Spencer, 1991. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 34

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OPEN FILE REPORTS *OFR 1 The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, Part I: The Geology of the Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, by T.M. Scott, 1982, v, 45 leaves, 14 fig., appendix. *OFR 2 Dissertations and Theses on Geology Completed at Florida Universities, compiled by M.A. Cleveland, 1983, 36 leaves. OFR 3 Notes on the Geology of Walton County, by W. Schmidt, 1984, 23 leaves, 3 pl. ($1.00). *OFR 4 An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, 1984, 228 p., 28 fig., 9 tables. OFR 5 Geology of Citrus County, by S. Spencer, 1984, 18 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00) OFR 6 Geology of Hillsborough County, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 20 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00) *OFR 7 Geology of Sumter County, by K.M. Campbell, 1984, 12 leaves, 4 fig. OFR 8 St. Vincent Island (St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge), by K.M. Campbell, 1984 (rev.), 18 leaves, 5 fig. ($1.00). OFR 9 Alum Bluff, Liberty County, Florida, 1985, by W. Schmidt, 11 leaves, 2 fig. ($1.00). OFR 10 Geology of Sarasota County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 15 leaves, 6 fig. ($1.00). OFR 11 Geology of DeSoto County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1985, 13 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00). OFR 12 Geology and Groundwater of Madison County, by R.W. Hoenstine and S.M. Spencer, 1986, 15 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00). OFR 13 Geology of Polk County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1986, 14 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00). OFR 14 Status of Phosphatic Clay Waste Disposal, by J.W. Yon, 1983, 30 leaves, 13 fig. ($1.30). OFR 15 The Lithostratigraphy of Nassau County in Relation to the Superconducting Supercollider Site Investigation, by T.M. Scott, 1987, unpaginated, 16 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 35

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OFR 16 Union County Geomorphology, by F. Rupert, 1987, 13 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00). OFR 17 Bradford County Geomorphology, by F. Rupert, 1987, 14 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00). OFR 18 The Geology and Geomorphology of Gilchrist County, Florida, by F. Rupert, 1988, 10 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00). OFR 19 Geology and Geomorphology of Levy County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1988, 18 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00). OFR 20 Leon Sinks Special Interest Area, by E. Lane, 1988, 5 leaves. ($1.00). OFR 21 Geologic Interpretation of the Aquifer Pollution Potential in Alachua County, Florida, by M. Macesich, 1988, 25 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00). OFR 22 The Geology of Wakulla Springs, by F.R. Rupert, 1988, 18 leaves, 5 fig. ($1.00). OFR 23 Florida Caverns State Park, Jackson County, Florida, by W. Schmidt, 1988, 7 leaves, 1 fig. ($1.00). OFR 24 The Geology of Flagler County, Florida, by J.D. Arthur, 1988, 13 leaves, 3 fig. ($1.00). OFR 25 The Geology of Collier County, Florida, by K.M. Campbell, 1988, 14 leaves, 4 fig. ($1.00). OFR 26 Stratigraphic Correlation of Outcrop Gamma Ray Profiles in Florida, by R.A. Johnson, 1989, 29 leaves, 16 fig. ($1.00). OFR 27 The Geology of Hamilton County, Florida, by F.R. Rupert, 1989, 5 leaves, 2 fig. ($1.00). OFR 28 Heavy-Mineral Reconnaissance off the Gulf Coast of Northwest Florida, by the Florida Geological Survey, 1988, 66 p. ($1.00). OFR 29 Characteristics of the Sediments Overlying the Floridan Aquifer System in Alachua County, Florida, by Richard Green, J. Duncan, T. Seal, J.M. Weinberg, and F. Rupert, 1989, 114 p. ($1.00). OFR 30 Summary of the Geology of Glades County, Florida, by K. M. Campbell, 1990, 11 leaves, 4 figures. ($1.00). OFR 31 A Brief Overview of Miocene Lithostratigraphy -North Florida and Eastern Georgia, by Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 6 p. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 36

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OFR 32 The Geomorphology and Geology of Calhoun County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1990, 7 p. ($1.00). OFR 33 The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrology of Baker County, Florida, by Paulette Bond, 1990, 16 p. ($1.00). OFR 34 The Geology and Geomorphology of Florida's Coastal Marshes, by Frank R. Rupert and Jonathan D. Arthur, 1990, 13 p. ($1.00). OFR 35 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resources Potential of Surficial Sediments Offshore of Cape Canaveral, Florida, by Bruce W. Nocita, Pramuam Kohpina, Larry W. Papetti, Mary M. Olivier, Andrew E. Grosz, Steve Snyder, Kenneth M. Campbell, Richard C. Green, and Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 55 p. ($1.00). OFR 36 The Lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Group of Peninsular Florida, by Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 12 p. ($1.00). OFR 37 Core Drilling Project: Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties, by Richard C. Green, Kenneth M. Campbell, and Thomas M. Scott, 1990, 44 p. ($1.00). OFR 38 Licensing of Geologists in Florida: A Result of the Population/Development Explosion and Political Environmental Awareness, by Walt Schmidt, 1990, 5 p. ($1.00). OFR 39 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resource Potential of Holocene Sediments Offshore of Florida, Cape Canaveral to the Georgia Border: Phase I, by Bruce W. Nocita, Larry W. Papetti, Andrew E. Grosz, and Kenneth M. Campbell, 1991, 107 p. ($1.00). OFR 40 Earthquakes and Seismic History of Florida, by Ed Lane, 1991, 11 p. ($1.00). OFR 41 Radon Potential Study, Alachua County, Florida: Near-Surface Stratigraphy and Results of Drilling, by K. M. Campbell and T. M. Scott, 1991, 42 p. ($1.00). OFR 42 Gamma-Ray Profile Investigation of the Upper Pleistocene Miami Limestone of South Florida, by Richard A. Johnson, 1991, 15 p. ($1.00). OFR 43 The Geomorphology and Geology of Liberty County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1991, 9 p. ($1.00). OFR 44 Florida's Oil and Gas Reserves for 1991, by Charles H. Tootle, 8 p. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 37

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OFR 45 The Geomorphology and Geology of Dixie County, Florida, by Frank R. Rupert, 1991, 6 p. ($1.00). OFR 46 The Geomorphology, Geology and Hydrogeology of Lafayette County, Florida, by Jonathan D. Arthur, 1991, 10 p. ($1.00). OFR 47 Lithology and Palynology of Cave Floor Sediment Cores from Wakulla Spring, Wakulla County, Florida, by Frank Rupert, 1991, 9 p. ($1.00). OFR 48 Lithologic Variation in the Miami Limestone of Florida, by Richard A. Johnson, 1992, 26 p. ($1.00). OFR 49 Sand, Gravel and Heavy-Mineral Resource Potential of Holocene Sediments Offshore of Florida, Cape Canaveral to the Georgia Border, Phase II and Final Report, by Bruce Nocita, Larry Papetti, Andrew Grosz, Nancy LaPlace, Ted Maul, Gary Zarillo, and Kenneth M. Campbell, 1992, 79 p. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 38

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POSTERS FROM THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL FLORIDA'S FOSSIL MAMMALS SURVEY SELECTED CENOZOIC BENTHIC "-.. FORAMINIFERA FROM FLORIDA FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FLORIDA'S FOSSIL MAMMALS (Black and White) ;.. FLORIDk GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Illustrates some of Florida's extinct fossil mammals for which complete skeletons are known, 18.5 X 24 inches, $1.00. SELECTED CENOZOIC BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FROM FLORIDA (Black and White) Illustrates some FLORI A MINERALS common fossil foraminifera found in various Florida formations, 18.5 X 24 inches, $1.00. FLORIDA MINERALS (Color) Shows nine varieties of minerals found in Florida, 18 X 23.5 inches, $1.00. Posters may be ordered for $1.00 each (check or money order) from: Make checks payable to State of Florida. FORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Notice: There is a limit of one copy of each poster. 39

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REPORTS OF INVESTIGATIONS *RI I Ground Water in Seminole County, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1934, 14 p. *RI 2 Ground Water in Lake Okeechobee Area, Florida, by V.T. Stringfield, 1933, 31 p. *RI 3 The Dolomitic Limestones of Florida, by R.H. Hopkins, 1942, 105 p. *RI 4 Interim Report on the Investigations of Water Resources in Southeastern Florida with Special Reference to the Miami Area in Dade County, by G.G. Parker, G.E. Ferguson, and S.K. Love, 1944, 39 p., 9 p1. *RI 5 Ground Water Conditions in Orlando and Vicinity, by A.G. Unklesbay, 1944, 61 p., 11 fig., 2 tables. *RI 6 Geology and Ground Water of the Fort Lauderdale Area, Florida, by R.C. Vorhis, 1948, 32 p., 12 pl. RI 7 Water Resources Studies, 1951, 84 p., 20 fig., 3 tables. (1) Potential Yield of Ground Water of the Fair Point Peninsula, Santa Rosa County, by 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. ($1.00). RI 8 Eleven Archaeological Sites in Hillsborough County, Florida, by R.B. Bullen, 1952, 84 p., frontispiece, 24 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). RI 9 Miscellaneous Studies, 1953. (1) Dissolved Phosphorus in Florida Waters, by H.T. Odum, 40 p., 9 fig., 7 tables; (2) Petrology of Eocene Limestones and Around the Citrus-Levy County Area, Florida, by A.G. Fischer, 70 p., 15 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). RI 10 Ground Water of Central and Northern Florida, by H.H. Cooper, W.E. Kenner and E. Brown, 1953, 37 p., 23 fig. ($1.00). RI 11 Ground-Water Resources of the Naples Area, Collier County, Florida, by H. Klein, 1954, 64 p., 15 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). RI 12 Ground-Water Resources of Pinellas County, Florida, by R.C. Heath and P.C. Smith, 1954, 139 p., 21 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00). publication is out-of-print 40

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RI 13 Water Resources of Palm Beach County, Florida, by M.C. Schroeder, D.L. Milliken, and S.K. Love, 1954, 63 p., 21 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00). RI 14 Avifauna of the Bone Valley Formation, by P. Brodkorb, 1955, 59 p., 2 pl., 8 tables. ($1.00). RI 15 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Highlands County, Florida, by E.W. Bishop, 1956, 115 p., 12 fig., 11 tables. ($1.00). RI 16 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. Lord, 16 p., 1 fig., 5 tables; (3) An Analysis of Ochlockonee River Channel Sediments, by E.H. Lord and P.C. Haley, 9 p., 3 tables. ($1.00). RI 17 Biscayne Aquifer of Dade and Broward Counties Florida, by M.C. Schroeder, H. Klein, and N.D. Hoy, 1958, 56 p., 24 fig. ($1.00). RI 18 Ground-Water Resources of Manatee County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1958, 99 p., 1 pl., 46 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). RI 19 Hydrologic Features of the Lake Istokpoga and Lake Placid Areas, Highlands County, Florida, (1) Lake Istokpoga Area, Highlands County, Florida, by F.A. Kohout, 25 p.; (2) Lake Placid Area, Highlands County, Florida, by F.A. Kohout and F.W. Meyer, 1959, 40 p. ($1.00). RI 20 Ground-Water Resources of the Oakland Park Area of Eastern Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood, 1959, 40 p., 23 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). RI 21 The Artesian Water of the Ruskin Area of Hillsborough County, Florida, by H.M. Peek, 1959, 96 p., 47 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). RI 22 The Ground-Water Resources of Volusia County, Florida, by G.G. Wyrick, 1960, 65 p., 30 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). RI 23 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Martin County, Florida, by W.F. Lichtler, 1960, 149 p., 26 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 41

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*RI 24 (1) Hydraulic 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 operations in the Snake Creek Canal, Miami, Florida, by F.A. Kohout 1964, and S.D. Leach, 49 p., 22 fig. RI 25 Water Resources of Hillsborough County, Florida, by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meredith, and W.S. Wetterhall, 1961, 101 p., 52 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). RI 26 The Drought of 1954-56 -Its Effect on Florida' Surface-Water Resources, by R.W. Pride and J.W. Crooks, 1962, 65 p., 9 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00). RI 27 Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida, by J.T. Barraclough, 1962, 91 p., 45 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). RI 28 Water Resources of Brevard County, Florida, by D.W. Brown, W.E. Kenner, J.W. Crooks, and J.B. Foster, 1962, 104 p., 45 fig., 10 tables.1.00). RI 29 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. ($1.00). RI 30 Reconnaissance of the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Columbia County, Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1962, 73 p., 19 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). RI 31 Ground-Water Resources of Collier County, Florida, by H.J. McCoy, 1962, 82 p., 29 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00). RI 32 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns Counties, Florida, by B.J. Bermes, G.W. Leve, and G.R. Tarver, 1963, 97 p., 38 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). RI 33 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. ($1.00). RI 34 Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Pasco and Southern Hernando Counties, Florida, by W.S. Wetterhall, 1964, 28 p., 7 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 42

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RI 35 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. ($1.00). RI 36 Hydrology of the Biscayne Aquifer in the Pompano Beach Area, Broward County, Florida, by G.R. Tarver, 1964, 47 p., 24 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). RI 37 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. ($1.00). RI 38 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. ($1.00). RI 39 Reconnaissance of Springs and Sinks in West-Central Florida, by W.S. Wetterhall, 1965, 5 fig. ($1.00). RI 40 Water Resources of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida, by R.H. Musgrove, J.T. Barraclough, and R.G. Grantham, 1965, 46 fig., 1 table. ($1.00). RI 41 Water Resources of Econfina Creek Basin, by R.H. Musgrove, J.B. Foster, and L.G. Toler, 1965, 51 p., 2 tables, 28 fig., ($1.00). RI 42 Hydrology of the Green Swamp Area in Central Florida, by R.W. Pride, F.W. Meyer, and R.N. Cherry, 1966, 137 p., 58 fig., 18 tables. ($1.00). RI 43 Ground Water in Duval and Nassau Counties, Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1966, 91 p., 22 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). RI 44 Ground-Water Study of Polk County, by H.G. Stewart, Jr., 1966, 170 p., 36 fig., 14 tables. ($1.00). RI 45 Salt-Water Study of the Miami River and Its Tributaries, Dade County, Florida, by S.D. Leach and R.G. Grantham, 1966, 36 p., 21 fig. ($1.00). RI 46 Fluoride in Water in the Alafia and Peace River Basins, Florida, by L.G. Toler, 1967, 46 p., 20 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). RI 47 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. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 43

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RI 48 Analysis of the Water Level Fluctuations of Lake Jackson Near Tallahassee, Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1967, 25 p., 16 fig., frontispiece, 2 tables. ($1.00). RI 49 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. ($1.00). RI 50 Water Resources of Orange County, Florida, by WF. Lichtler, W. Anderson, and B.F. Joyner, 1968, frontispiece, 150 p., 62 fig., 14 tables. ($1.00). RI 51 Chemical Quality of Waters of Broward County, Florida, by R.G. Grantham and C.B. Sherwood, 1968, 52 p., 16 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). RI 52 Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Baker County, Florida, by G.W. Leve, 1968, 24 p., 9 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). RI 53 Low Streamflow in the Myakka River Basin Area in Florida, by H.N. Flippo, Jr. and B.F. Joyner, 1968, 34 p., 5 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). RI 54 Water Resources of Northeast Florida, by L.J. Snell and W. Anderson, 1970, 77 p., 34 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00). RI 55 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. ($1.00). RI 56 General Hydrology of the Middle Gulf Area, Florida, by R.N. Cherry, J.W. Stewart, and J.A. Mann, 1970, 96 p., 45 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). RI 57 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. ($1.00). RI 58 Seepage Beneath Hoover Dike, Southern Shore of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, by F.W. Meyer, 1971, 98 p., 41 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00). RI 59 The Shallow-Aquifer System in Duval County, Florida, by R.W. Fairchild, 1972, 50 p., 15 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00). RI 60 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. ($1.00). RI 61 Appraisal of Water Resources in the East Central Florida Region, by W.F. Lichtler, 1972, 52 p., 11 fig., 7 tables. ($1.00). *publication is out-of-print 44

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RI 62 Water Available in Canals and Shallow Sediments in St. Lucie County, Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1972, 50 p., 23 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). *RI 63 Hydrology of Western Collier County, Florida, by J. McCoy, 1972, 32 p., 11 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). *RI 64 Hydrologic Conditions in the Lakeland Ridge Area of Polk County, Florida, by A.F. Robertson, 1973, 54 p., 23 fig., 6 tables. *RI 65 Water Resources of Broward County, Florida, by C.B. Sherwood, 1973, 141 p., 64 fig., 7 tables. RI 66 Salinity Studies in East Glades Agricultural Area, Southeastern Dade County, Florida, by J.E. Hull and F.W. Meyer, 1973, 20 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). *RI 67 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 Hydrogeologic Aspect of a Proposed Sanitary Landfill near Old Tampa Bay, Florida, by R.N. Cherry and D.P. Brown, 1973, 8 fig., 3 tables. RI 69 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. ($1.00). RI 70 Indicators of Organic Contamination in Plantation Canal, Broward County, Florida, 1971-72, by T.N. Russo, 1974, 38 p., 18 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). *RI 71 Chemical and Biological Conditions of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, 1969-72, by B.F. Joyner, 1974, 94 p., 8 fig., 19 tables. *RI 72 Hydrologic Concepts of Artificially Recharging the Floridan Aquifer in Eastern Orange County, Florida -A Feasibility Study, by D.D. Knochenmus, 1974, 14 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). *RI 73 Water Balance of Lake Kerr -A Deductive Study of a Land-locked Lake in North-Central Florida, by G.H. Hughes, 1974, 49 p., 18 fig., 6 tables. ($1.00). *RI 74 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. ($1.00). *RI 75 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. -publication is out-of-print 45

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RI 76 Water Resources of Walton County, Florida, by C.A. Pascale, 1974, 65 p., 28 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). *RI 77 Ground-Water Resources of the Hollywood Area, Florida, by H.W. Bearden, 1974, 35 p., 17 fig., 3 tables. *RI 78 Appraisal of the Water Resources of Charlotte County, Florida, by H. Sutcliffe, Jr., 1975, 53 p., 18 fig., 13 tables. RI 79 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. ($1.00). *RI 80 Water Resources of Indian River County, Florida, by L.J. Crai, G.H. Hughes, and L.J. Snell, 1975, 75 p., 38 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). *RI 81 Hydrology of Three Sinkhole Basins in Southwestern Seminole County, Florida, by W. Anderson and G.H. Hughes, 1975, 35 p., 15 fig. ($1.00). RI 82 Hydrologic Effects of the Tampa Bypass Canal System, by L.H. Motz, 1975, 42 p., 22 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). RI 83 Ground Water Resources of DeSoto and Hardee Counties, Florida, by W. E. Wilson, 1977, 102 p., 1 pl., 42 fig., 10 tables. ($1.00). *RI 84 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. ($1.00). *RI 85 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. ($1.00). *RI 86 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 The Geology and Water Resources of the Upper Suwannee River Basin, Florida, by R. Ceryak, M.S. Knapp, and T. Burnson, Florida Bureau of Geology in cooperation with the Suwannee River Water Management District, 1983, 165 p., 58 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). *RI 88 The Limestone, Dolomite and Coquina Resources of Florida, by W. Schmidt et al., 1979, 64 p., 13 fig., 5 maps. *RI 89 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. -publication is out-of-print 46

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*RI 90 The Sand and Gravel Resources of Florida, by T.M. Scott et al., 1980, 41 p., 6 fig., 4 tables. *RI 91 The Hawthorn Formation of Central Florida -Part I: Geology of the Hawthorn Formation in Central Florida, by T.M. Scott and P.L. MacGill, Florida Bureau of Geology; Part II: Characterization, Evaluation, and Beneficiation of Central Florida Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation, by W.H. Eddy, B.E. Davis, and G.V. Sullivan, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Tuscaloosa Research Center, 1981, 107 p., 10 fig., 12 tables. ($1.00). RI 92 Shallow Stratigraphy of Okaloosa County and Vicinity, Florida, by M. Wiggs Clark and W. Schmidt, 1982, 28 p., 19 fig. ($1.00). RI 93 Biostratigraphy of Selected Cores of the Hawthorne Formation in Northeast and East-Central Florida, by R.W. Hoenstine, 1984, 68 p., 16 fig., 1 table, 13 pl. ($1.00). RI 94 The Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, Part I: The Geology of the Hawthorn Formation of Northeastern Florida, by TM. Scott, Florida Bureau of Geology; Part II: Characterization and Beneficiation of the Northeastern Florida Phosphate-Bearing Hawthorn Formation, by B.E. Davis, G.V. Sullivan, and T.O. Llewellyn, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Tuscaloosa Research Center, 1983, 90 p., 17 fig., 5 tables. ($1.00). RI 95 Heavy Mineral Reconnaissance of the coast of the Apalachicola River Delta, Northwest Florida, by J.D. Arthur, et al., 1986, 61 p., 24 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). *RI 96 An Investigation of the Geology, Hydrology, and Hydrochemistry of the Lower Suwannee River Basin, by J.J. Crane, 1986, 205 p., 74 fig., 14 tables. ($1.00). RI 97 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. ($1.00). RI 98 Geology of Sumter County, Florida, by Kenneth M. Campbell, 1989, 28 p., 17 fig. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 47

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SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS *SP 1 Florida Place-Names of Indian Derivations, by J.C. Simpson, 1956, 158 p., 5 maps. *SP 2 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 Oli01ocene, by D.H. Dunkle, 1959, 20 p.; Paper 4 -Fossil Birds From Alachua Clay of Florida, by P. Brodkorb, 17 p., 3 pl. *SP 3 A List, Bibliography, and Index of the Fossil Vertebrates of Floida, by C.E. Ray, 1957, 175 p. *SP 4 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 Summary of the Geology of Florida and a Guidebook to the Classic Exposures, by H.S. Puri and R.O. Vernon, 1964, 312 p., 37 fig,, 11 pl., 4 tables. *SP 6 Fossil Mammals of Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1959, 74 p., 13 fig.f 14 p1. ($1.00). *SP 7 Investigation of Darby and Hornsby Springs, Alachua County, Florida, by E.M. Dolan and G.T. Allen, Jr., 1961, 124 p., 10 fig., 16 p1., 1 table. SP 8 Rocks and Minerals of Florida, A Guide, by E.W. Bishop and L.L. Dee, Jr., 1961, 40 p., 25 fig., 1 map. ($1.00). *SP 9 Florida Petroleum Exploration, Production and Prospects, by C. Babcock, 1962, 79 p., 7 fig., 9 tables. *SP 10 Fossil Vertebrates of Vero, Florida, by R.D. Weigel, 1962, 58 p., 6 fig., 5 tables. *SP 11 Index to Water Resources Data Collection Stations in Florida, 1961, prepared by U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, 1969, 168 p., 3 fig., 2 tables. *SP 12 Vertebrate Fossil Localities in Florida, by S.J. Olsen, 1965, 28 p., 11 fig. -publication is out-of-print 48

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*SP 13 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 Adventures in Geology at Jackson Bluff, by J.W. Yon, Jr., 1965, 14 p., 7 fig. *SP 15 The Dollar Bay Formation of Lower Cretaceous Florida, by G.O. Winston, 1971, 99 p., 14 fig., 20 tables. *SP 16 Environmental Geology and Hydrology of the Tallahassee Area, Florida, prepared by the Bureau of Geology, 1972, 61 p. *SP 17 Proceedings of the Seventh Forum on Geology of Industrial Minerals, H. S. Puri, editor, 1972, 228 p. *SP 18 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. ($1.00). *SP 19 Environmental Geology and Hydrology of the Tampa Area, Florida, by A. P. Wright, prepared by the Bureau of Geology, 1974, 94 p. *SP 20 Geologic Framework of the High Transmissivity Zones in South Florida, by H.S. Puri and G.O. Winston, 1974, 99 p., 66 p., 66 fig. SP 21 The Geothermal Nature of the Floridan Plateau, D.L. Smith and G.M. Griffin, editors, 1977, 161 p., 34 fig., 12 tables. ($1.00). SP 22 Florida: The New Uranium Producer, by J.W. Sweeney and S.R. Windham, 1979, 13 p., 2 fig., 3 tables. ($1.00). SP 23 Guidelines for Authors with Comments for Editorial Reviewers, by E. Lane, 1980, 47 p., 8 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). *SP 24 Catalogue of Invertebrate Fossil Types at the Bureau of Geology, by G. Shaak, 1980, 32 p., list of collecting localities. *SP 25 Miocene of the Southeastern United States, Proceedings of the Symposium at Tallahassee, Florida, December 4-5, 1980, T.M. Scott and S.B. Upchurch, editors, 1982, 319 p., 102 fig., 9 plates. *SP 26 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 An Overview of Peat in Florida and Related Issues, by P. Bond, et al., 1986, viii, 151 p., 28 fig., 9 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 49

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*SP 28 Hydrogeological Units of Florida, compiled by SEGS Ad ftoc Committee, 1986, 8 p., 1 table. ($1.00). *SP 29 Karst in Florida, by E. Lane, 1986, viii, 100 p., 59 fig., 4 tables. ($1.00). SP 30 Geologic Descriptions of Selected Exposures In Florida, byfRichard A. Johnson, 1989, 175 p. ($1.00). SP 31 Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the Ocala Area, Florida, by Ed Lane and Ronald W. Hoenstine, 1991, 71 p. ($1.00). *SP 32 Florida's Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program, Hydrogeological Framework, by T.M. Scott, J.M. Lloyd, and GaryMaddox, 1991, D7;p., 77 fig., 2 tables. ($1.00). SP 33 Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology of the Gainesvile Area, Florida, by Ronald W. Hoenstine and Ed Lane, 1991, 70p., 41 fig., 8 tables. ($1.00). -publication is out-of-print 50

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TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS The Florida Geological Survey does not distribute Florida topographic maps. These are published by the U.S. Geological Survey -Topographic Map Division, and may be obtained by contacting : Map Distribution Section U.S. Geological Survey Federal Center, Box 25286 Denver, CO 80225 (303) 236-7477 Prices for individual quadrangle maps are $2.50 each, as of April 1992. Information regarding local (Florida) distributors of USGS maps can be obtained from the Survey Library, (904) 488-9380. Information concerning the status of mapping, map reference libraries and commercial dealers, as well as copies of the "Index to Topographic Maps of Florida" may be obtained from the following National Cartographic Information Center Florida Resources and Environmental Analysis Center (FREAC) Room 361, Bellamy Bldg. Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4015 (904) 644-2007 -publication is out-of-print 51

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY LIBRARY The FGS library is an integral part of the Survey's research and regulatory programs. It provides access to basic research materials including books, state and federal documents, photographs and periodicals totaling approximately 30,000 volumes. Materials are collected on various aspects of geology, mining and mineral resources, environmental studies, hydrology and related topics. The library has one of the largest and oldest map collections in the state of Florida with over 15,000 maps, including a rather large collection of 19th century maps. The library is used by the public, private consulting firms and various governmental agencies. Circulation is restricted to Survey staff and personnel of other state agencies and Florida State University Geology Department. The library also provides detailed information on the Survey's 500 published documents and reports and oversees the distribution of those documents presently in print. During 1989-1990 this included over 2,000 requests for 20,000 documents. In addition, 250 various depository libraries around the world received some 3,000 documents to update their depository collections. The films and journals listed below are part of the library's permanent collection and are not for sale. Loans are made only via the Florida Interlibrary Loan System. LIST OF FILMS CURRENTLY IN FGS LIBRARY 1. Underground Injection Practices Council, #049. 2. Wakulla Springs, U.S. Deep Caving Team. National Geographic Explorer. 49-1989. 3. Red Cattle West Felda Field, 21-3 Hendry County, Florida. Exxon #371. 29-1989. 4. Red Cattle B West Felda, 21-3 Hendry County, Florida. Attachment IV. Exxon 4-7-1989. 5. Red Cattle 'B' 21-3, West Florida Hendry County, Florida. Attachment III. Exxon. 2-9-1989. 6. Central Role of Earth Sciences in the Understanding of Science. Stephen J. Gould. National Science Teachers Association: Washington, D.C., 1989. 7. Rock samples, Black Abyss, Wakulla County. National Association of Cave Divers. 8. The Sullivan-Cheryl connection. National Association of Cave Divers. 9. Drilling ventures in Florida's Big Cypress. Video Communications Southeast. 10. Shell Comparison Lines 1-3. Shell Oil, 1988-89. 11. Big Cypress: Partnership with Nature. 17 minutes. Collier Companies, Naples, Florida. 12. Seismic: short version. Shell Oil, 4-30-1986. Teleproductions. 52

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13. Impact of Offshore Drilling. USGS Minerals Management Service, Open File Report 90-209, 1990. (This film is to go with OCS Study MMS 89-0022.) 14. What in the World is a Manatee? 25 minutes. Docent Films, 1991. 15. The Earth Has a History. 20 minutes. The Geological Society of America, 1989. (Includes Supplemental Teacher's Materials) 16. The World is Full of Oil. Nova. 17. The Devil's Millhopper...The Mystery Encountered. 18. Bird Sink Probe. 20 minutes. Docent Films, n.d. 19. Surprise Sink. Docent Films, 1991. 20. Eagle's Nest. 35 minutes. Docent Films, n.d. 21. Water Rich Water Poor. 29 minutes. Southwest Florida Water Management District, n.d. 22. Out of the Rock. 29 minutes. U.S. Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines, n.d. JOURNALS CURRENTLY RECEIVED AT THE FGS LIBRARY 1. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 2. Carbonates and Evaporates 3. Economic Geology 4. Florida Driller 5. Florida Scientist 6. Geological Society of America Bulletin 7. Geobyte 8. Geotimes 9. Journal of Coastal Research 10. Journal of Paleontology 11. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 12. Micropaleontology 13. Minerals Today 14. Mining Engineering 15. Oil and Gas Journal 16. PC Magazine 17. Science 18. Southeastern Geology 19. Scientific American 20. State Geologists' Journal 21. Underground Injection Practice Council Bulletin 22. World Oil 23. WordPerfect, The Magazine 53

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AUTHOR INDEX *Publication is out of print. (2) Number in parentheses refers to a section of that publication which was written by this author. Back, W. A SP 17* Adams, J.K. SP 17* Ball, M.M. MS 41*,57 Allen, G.T., Jr. SP 7* Banks, J.E. SP 21(2) Anders, R.B. IC 6* Barr, G.L. MS 119 Anderson, W. IC 41*,47*982 Barraclough, J.T. L 8* IC 5*,30*,34*,50* MS 24,43,55 L 3* RI 50,54,81* MS 26 RI 27,29,40 Andrews, W.J. MS 132 Bates, R.L. SP 17* Applegate, A. 1C 101*.104* Beard, M.E. RI 89* RI 57 Applegate, J. Bearden, H.W. RI 95 IC 77* RI 62,77* Armbruster, J.T. MS 50 Beck, K.C. SP 17* Arthur, J.D. OFR 24934,46 Bell, O.G. RI 95, 97 AR 15(:3)* Bermes, B.J. IB C 13*,18*,37* RI 32 Babcock, C. IC 42*,45,49*,54*,55*,60*, Berry, E.W. 63*,65*B71*,80* AR 9(2)*,21/22(5)* SP 9*,16* -publication is out-of-print 54

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Bishop, E.W. Byers, W.C. RI 15 AR 7(3)* SP 8 Boggess, D.H. IC 62*,75* C RI 69* Cagle, J.W., Jr. Bond, P. IC 36*,43* MS 112,126,127,129 RI 33,35 OFR 4*,33 SP 27* Calver, J.L. BR 15,16 B 39* IC 2* Boyle, J.R. MS 8* IC 94*,95*,96,97*,99 Campbell, K.M. Bradley, W.F. IC 102 SP 17* L 11,13 OFR 6,7*,8,10,11,13,30,35,37,39, Bridges, W.C. 41,49 IC 79* RI 98 SP 16* SP 27* Brodkorb, P. Carver, R.E. RI 14 SP 17* 2(4)* Cathcart, J.B. Brown, D.P. MS 2* RI 68* Causey, L.V. Brown, D.W. MS 74 IC 11*,16*,32* RI 28 Ceryak, R. RI 87 Brown, E. IC 7*,11* Chaki, S.J. RI 10 MS 52,57 Buie, B.F. Chen, C.S. SP 17* B 45 Bullen, R.B. Cherry, R.N. RI 8 IC 26 L 9* Burnson, T. MS 20 RI 87 RI 42,56,68* Bush, P.W. Clapp, F.G. MS 54,69 AR 2(1)* -publication is outrof-print 55

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Clark, M. Wiggs Cox, N.H. B 57* B 2* RI 92 Crain, L.J. Clark, W.E. RI 80* IC 36*,43* RI 7(10),33,35,38 Crane, J.J. RI 96* Cleveland, M.A. OFR 2 Crooks, J.W. IC 32*,39* Coble, R.W. RI 26,28 MS 61 Cushman, J.A. Coe, C. AR 12(5)*,13(3)* RI 86* B 4*,9* Colbert, E.H. B 10(3)* D Cole, W.S. Davis, B.E. B 5(2)*,6*,16*,19*,20*,26*,28 RI 91(2)*,94(2) Congleton, B. Davis, D.R. SP 17* IC 79* Conover, C.S. Davis, J.H., Jr, SP 13* B 25*,30 MS 28,34972*9124 Dee, L.L., Jr. Conrad, G.M. SP 8,17 B 22(1)* DeSouza, C.H. Cooke, C.W. SP 17* AR 20(2)* B 17*,27*,29* Deuerling, R. MS 99 Cooper, H.H., Jr. RI 90* IC 3* RI 7(2)110 Dever, G.R., Jr. SP 17* Copeland, R. SP 32 Dickey, J.B.R. AR 7(3)* Couto, P.A. SP 17* Dion, N.P. IC 53* Cowart, J.B. MS 27 SP 21(6) -publication is out-of-print 56

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Dolan, E.M. Foose, D.W. SP 7* MS 107,118,124 DuBar, J.R. Foster, J.B. B 40,43 IC 32*,35*,57*,67*,74* RI 28,41 Duncan, J. Fountain, R.C. OFR 29 SP 17* Dunkle, D.H. Freiberger, H.J. SP 2(3)* MS 45 Dysart, J.E. Fuller, W.R. MS 77 SP 21(5) E Furlow, J.W. SP 17* Eddy, W.H. RI 91(2)* G Essig, D,F,, Jr. Gardner, J. IC 78* B 14* SP 16* Garnar, T. SP 17* F Goolsby, D.A. Fairchild, R.W. IC 58*,74*,82 RI 59 MS 75,77 Faulkner, G.L. Goudarzi, G.H. B 31(Rev.)* SP 17* MS 55, 63* Grantham, R.G. Ferguson, G.E. IC 50* B 31* L 3*,5* RI 4* RI 40,45,51 Fields, 0,W. Green, R.C. SP 17* OFR 29,3537 Fischer, A,G. Gregory, J.T. B 34(2) B 22(2)* RI 9(2) Gregory, W.K. Flippo, H.N., Or. B 5(1)* RI 53 *. -publication is o4utof-print 57

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Griffin, G.M. Harper, R.M. SP 21(3) AR 3(4)*,6(4)*,7(2)*, 13(4)*,17(2)*.18(2)* Grosz, A.E. OFR 35,39,49 Hartwell, J.H. RI 47 Gunter, H. AR 2(3)*,3(3)*,4(2)*, Harvey, R.D. 5(3)*,7(2)*,10/11(1)*, SP 17* 12(3)*,13(1,2)*,14(1,2)*, 15(1)*,16(1)*,17(1,5)*, Hay, O.P. 18(1)*,19(1)*,20(1)*, AR 8(2)*,9(2)* 21/22(1-3)*,23/24(1,3)* BR 1*,2*,3*,4*,5*,6*, Healy, H.G. 7*,8*,9*,10*,11*,12* IC 33*.48*,52*,61*,68*,73*,81*,85* B 2*,32* MS 4.65*,71,73*,102.104 IC 1* Heath, Ralph C. IC 5* H RI 7(1).12 SP 4* Haley, P.C. RI 16(3) Heath, Richard C. IC 25*(69* Hamlin, H.P. IC 46* Hendry, C.W., Jr. B 31*,47.50.52.54(1) Hamon, J.H. IC 10*,21*,89*.90*,91*,92*,94*, B 44 95*,96,97*,99 RI 16(1) Hampson, P.S. SP 16*.21 MS 109 Henry, H.R. Hampton, E.R. SP 21(2) RI 60 MS 34,40* Herring, R.R. IC 78* Hanan, R.V. MS 39 Hickman, R.C. IC 46* Hanna, G.D. AR 23/24(3)* Hanshaw, B.B. SP 17* Hardee, J. RI 55 -publication is out-of-print 58

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SHoenstine, R.W. MS 111 B 61 OFR 26,42,48 L 11,12 SP 30 MS 113,114,45.116,117,120,121, 126,127,128,129,130,131,133,134 Jones, G.B. OFR 12 AR 7(4)* RI 88*,90*,93* SP 26*,31,33 Jones, G.P. SP 17* Hopkins, R.H. RI 3* Joyner, B.F. IC 41*,47*,56* Howe, H.V. L 8* B 13*,34(1) MS 21,24 RI 50,53,71* Hoy, N.D. RI 17 K Hughes, G.H. Kaufman, M.I. MS 323840*,62*,81 IC 53* RI 48,73,74*,80*,81* MS 27,33,35,37,51,58 SP 16* RI 49 Hull, J.E. Kenner, W.E. IC 59* IC 7*,11*,31*,32*,39*, RI 66 40* MS 22,28,31,34,66* Hull, R.W. RI 10,28 B 31(Rev.)* MS 91* Kirk, N.M. AR 7(3)* Hunn, J.D. MS 48,49,60 Kirkland, R.T., Jr. L2 Hyde, L.W. L 4* Klein, H. MS 16 IC 9*,29* L 7* MS 42,53 RI 11,17,24(1),37,60 Irwin, G.A. Knapp, M.S. MS W91 MS 79,80,88,92*,97* RI 87,88*,90* Knochenmus, D.D. MS 30*,44 Johnson, R.A. RI 57,72* IC 103* -publication is out-of-print 59

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Kohout, F.A. IC 15*,27*,28*,37*,58*, RI 19(1,2),24(4),47 64* SP 21(2) L 6* MS 74 Kohpina, P. RI 32,43,52 OFR 35 Leverett, F. Kurz, H. B 7* AR 23/24(2)* B 23* Lichtler, W.F. IC 12*,41*,47* Kwader, T. L 8* MS 86 MS 21 RI 23,37,50,61 L Lingham, C.W. B 31* Land, L.F. RI 67* Llewellyn, T.O. RI 94(2) Land, L.S. SP 17* Lloyd, J.M. IC 98,101*,104*,106,107 Lane, (B.)E. SP 32* IC 93 L 14 Long, L.T. MS 80,100*,101,116,117,120,121, SP 21(7) 127,128,129,130,131,133,134 OFR 20,40 Lord, E.H. RI 88*,90* RI 16(2,3) SP 23,29*,31,33 Love, S.K. LaPlace, N. B 31* OFR 49 RI 4*,13 Latimer, W.J. Lowe, D.R. AR 7(2)* SP 17* Lavendar, J.A. Lowell, R.P. IC 10*,21* SP 21(7) Leach, S.D. MS 72*,87,103,105,108 M RI 24(2,3,4),45,60 Macesich, M. Leutze, W.P. OFR 21 IC 8* MacGill, P. Leve, G.W. RI 91(1)* -publication is out-of-print 60

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* MacKichan, K.A. SP 17* L 2 MS 25 McGrain, P. SP 13* SP 17* Maddox, G. Melkote, S. SP 32* RI 95 Mann, J.A. Menke, C.G. IC 76* IC 36*,43*,44* L 9* RI 25,33,35 RI 56 Meredith, E.W. Mansfield, W.C. IC 44* AR 10/11(5)*,15(2)* RI 25 B 3*,8*,12*,15*,18* Meyer, F.W. Marella, R.L. IC 26,59* MS 123 RI 19(2),30,42,58,66,75* Marsh, O.T. Miller, J.A. B 46 MS 94 IC 30* RI 29 Milliken, D.L. RI 13 Martens, J.H.C. AR 19(2)(3)*,21/22(4)* Mills, L.R. MS 67 Martin, J.B. SP 16* Milton, C. B 55 Matson, G.C. AR 2(1)* Moberg, M.W. AR 19(5)* Maxwell, E.L. IC 66* Mooney, C.N. AR 7(2)* Maul, T. OFR 49 Moore, W.E. B 37 May, J.P. SP 16* Morrison, T.M. AR 7(2)* McCoy, H.J.1 IC 51* Mossom, S. MS 29 AR 16(2)*,17(4)*,20(2)* RI 31,55,63* Motz, L.H. McDonald, H. RI 82 -publication is out-of-print 61

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Musgrove, R.H. Osmond, J.K. IC 17*930*,36*,43*,50*, SP 21(6) 57* L 3* RI 33,35,40,41 P Mutis, E. Palmer, K.V.W. SP 17* B 35 Papetti, L. N OFR 49 Neel, H.E. Parker, G.G. RI 90* B 27* RI 4* Nicol, D. RI 85* Pascale, C.A. IC 67*,78* Nocita, B.W. MS 70 OFR 35,39,49 RI 76 SP 16* 0 Patterson, S. SP 17* O'Carroll, T. B 61 Patteti, L.W. OFR 35,39 Odum, H.T. RI 9(1) Peek, H.M. IC 4*,6*, 19*,22* Ogden, G.M., Jr. RI 7(3),18,21 RI 88*,90* SP 4* Oglesby, W.R. Phelps, G.G. B 49 MS 82*,83 IC 88* MS 19*941*,52,57 Pirkle, E.C. SP 16* B 52 RI 84* Oliver, M.M. OFR 35 Pirkle, W.A. RI 84* Olsen, S.J. SP 2(1),(2)*;6*,12* Pontigo, F. RI 89* Olson, N.K. SP 17* -publication Is out-of-print 62

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Ponton, G.M. Robertson, A.F. AR 21/22(2,3)*, MS 67 23/24(3)* RI 64* B 5(2)*,9* Rodis, H.G. Pratt, R.W. MS 59 SP 21(3) RI 67* Pride, R.W. Rosenau, J.C. IC 20*,26,83* B 31(Rev.)* MS 28,36 MS 63*,96 RI 26,42 SP 16* SP 13* Rumenik, R.P. Puri, H.S. SP 16* B 36,38,49 MS 122* MS 3*,18* SP 5*,5(Rev.),*,16*, Rupert, F. 17*,20* B 60*,62,63 MS 117,125,134 Putnam, A.L. OFR 16,17,18,19,22,27,29,32, RI 79 34,43,45,47 R Russo, T.N. RI 70 Ragland, J. IC 107 S Randazzo, A.F. B 54(2) Sanford, S. RI 85* AR 2* Ray, C.E. Schmidt, W. SP 3* B 57*,58* L 10* Reel, D.A. MS 78,84,86,90 SP 21(3) OFR 3,9,23,38 RI 86*,88*,92 Reichenbaugh, R.C. MS 47*,48,49 Schneider, J.J. RI 67* Reeves, W.D. B 42 Schroeder, M.C. RI 13,17,37 Rich, F.J. IC 100* Scott, G. IC 107 Richards, H.G. B 35 publication is out-of-print 63

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Scott, T. Slack, L.J. B 59 MS 58,75,76,96 MS 80,85,89,93,95*,130 SP 16* OFR 1*,15,31,35,36,37,41 RI 88*,90*,91(1)*,94(1),95 Smith, D.L. SP 25*,27*,32* SP 21 Seal, J.M. Smith, P.C. OFR 29 RI 12 Sellards, E.H. Snell, L.J. AR 1(1-3)*,2(2,3)*, RI 54,80* 3(1-3)*,4(1-3)*, MS 66* 5(15)*,6(1-3)*, 7(1,2)*,8(1-4)*, Snyder, S. 9(1-3)*,10/11(1-3)*, OFR 35 12(1,4,6)*,14(2)* Sohm, J.E. B 1*,2* MS 107 SP 16* Shaak, G. SP 24* Spechler, R.M. MS 106 Shampine, W.J. MS 10,12,13,14,15*,17 Spencer, S. B 60*,61 Shattles, D.E. IC 105 MS 9 MS 114,115,116,117,120,121, 126,127,128,131,133,134 Sherwood, C.B. OR 5,12 IC 29* L 5* Sproul, C.R. MS 29 B 47 RI 20,24(1-3),51,65* IC 75* SP 21 Shufeldt, R.W. AR 9(2)* Steinmetz, J.C. SP 17* Simpson, G.G. AR 20(3)* Stewart, H.G., Jr. B 10(1)* IC 23*,38* RI 44 Simpson, J.C. SP 1* Stewart, J.W. MS 39,98,110 Sinclair, W.C. RI 56,74* IC 86 MS 110 Stone, R.B. MS 64* SP 16* -publication is out-of-print 64

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.Stowasser, W.F. U IC 84*,88*,89* Unkelsbay, A.G. Stringfield, V.T. RI 5* AR 23/24(4)* SP 4* B 11* IC 3* Upchurch, S.B. RI 1*,2*,7(2) SP 25* Sullivan, G.V. V RI 91(2)*,94(2) Vaughan, T.W. Sutcliffe, H., Jr. AR 2(1)*,19(4)* IC 56* RI 78* Vecchioli, J. MS 124 Sweeney, J.W. IC 72*,90*,91*,92* Vernon, R.O. SP 17*,18*,22 BR 13*,14* B 21,24*,31*,33* IC 70* T MS 3*,18*,56 SP 5*,5(Rev.)*,16*,17* Tarver, G.R. IC 14*,37* Visher, F.N. RI 32,36 MS 32 Taylor, A.E. Vorhis, R.C. AR 7(3)* RI 6* Tibbals, C.H. MS 68 W Timmons, B.J. Wahl, F.M. SP 16*,17*,18* SP 17* Toler, L.G. Waite, W.R. IC 57* IC 105 MS 10,11*,23 RI 41,46 Ward, E.L.M. MS 2* Tootle, C.H. IC 107, OFR 44 Weaver, C.E. SP 17* Trapp, H., Jr. L 3(Rev.)* Weaver, J.L. SP 17* Tucker, D.F. MS 40* -publication is out-of-print 65

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Weigel, R.D. Wright, A.P. SP 10* SP 16*,19* Weinberg, J.M. Wyrck, G.G. OFR 29 IC 8*,24* RI 22 Weisbord, N.E. B 53,56* Y Weissinger, S. L 12 Yoho, W.H. SP 26* B 52 RI 84* Wetterhall, W.S. IC 44* Yon, J.W., Jr. RI 25,34,39 B 48,495054(1) IC 105 White, W.A. MS 113,114,115116,117, B 41,51* 120,121,126,127,128,130, 131,133 Wickham, H.F. OR 14 AR 12(2)* RI 16(1) SP 14*,16* Wiggs Clark, M. see Clark z Williams, C.T. IC 105 Zarillo, G. OFR 49 Williams, K.E. RI 85* Zellars, M.E. SP 17* Wilson, W.E. RI 83 Wimberly, E.T. IC 69* Windham, S. SP 16*,21,22 Winston, G.O. SP 15*,20* Wood, A.E. B 10(2)* Woodard, H.J. IC 75* -publication is out-of-print 66

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KEY WORD INDEX Alafia River Basin Coquina MS 67; RI 46,49 RI 88 Alum Bluff Corals OFR 9 B 53,56 Anclote River Cores MS 61 IC 103; MS 111 Apalachicola Embayment Cretaceous B 58 RI 87 Apalachicola River Delta RI 95 Deer Point Lake Aquifers, Principal MS 38 MS 16 Dissolved Solids -chaeological Sites MS 14,77 RI 8 Dolomite Avifauna IC 104 RI 14 RI 88 Drainage Basins Basement Geology MS 28 B 55; IC 98; RI 97 Drought Big Cypress, Land Use RI 26 MS 50 Big Cypress, Watershed Earthquakes MS 45 IC 93; OFR 40 Biscayne Aquifer Echinoids RI 11,17,36 B 34 Bone Valley Formation Econfina Creek RI 14 MS 10; RI 41 Bouguer Anomoly Elevations MS 41,52,57 B 32 Brooklyn Lake Environmental Geology RI 33 MS 78-80,84,85,8890,93,97,99-101 Caloosahatchee River Eocene B 40 B 35,45; RI 9 Charlotte Harbor Evaporation, Potential B 43 MS 32 Chipola Formation B 53 Fair Point Peninsula Chloride, Concentration RI 7 MS 12,20 Flood Control Clays RI 47 IC 46 Florida Bureau of Geology Color of Water L 15; BR 15,16; SP 26 MS 35 Florida Keys Conductance, Streams & Canals L 14 MSp5Bicaton is out-of-print 67

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Floridan Aquifer Jackson Bluff Formation MS 4,5,9-14,16,17, B 53 23,21,42,68,74 Jim Woodruff Reservoir 86,92,95,98,104; RI 16 OFR 29 RI 72 Keys -see Florida Keys Fluoride Keystone Heights MS 11,23; RI 46,49 RI 33 Fossils SP 6,12,24; MS 125 Lake Istokpoga Freshwater RI 19 MS 70,83,87,105,123 Lake Jackson RI 48 Gamma Ray Profiles Lake Kerr OFR 26,42 RI 73 Geologic Map of Florida Lake Magdalene MS 18 MS 49 Geomorphic Features Lake Minnehaha B 41,51 MS 54 Geothermal Lake Okeechobee SP 21 RI 71 Green Swamp Area Lake Placid RI 42 RI 19 Guidelines for Authors Lake Tarpon SP 23 MS 60 Gypsum Lake Thonotosassa SP 18 MS 48 Lakeland Ridge Hardness, Water RI 64 MS 13 Lakes, Water-level Hawthorn Group MS 62,118 B 59; OFR 36; RI 91,93,94 Licensing Heavy Minerals OFR 38 OFR 28,35,49; RI 84,95 Limestone Hillsboro Canal B 42,50,54; RI 86,88; OFR 42 RI 55 Hollywood Mammals RI 77 SP 6 Hoover Dike Marshes RI 58 OFR 34 Hydrological Units Miami River SP 28 RI 45 Miami Limestone Industrial Minerals OFR 42,48 IC 102,105 Mineral Industries Inglis Member MS 8, in B 39; B 34 IC 102,105 Invertebrates SP 24 Irrigation MS 106 68

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SMining & Mineral Res. Peace River Basin B 30,39,50; IC 46, MS 27,67; RI 46,49 88,89,90,92,94,95, Peat 96,97,99,102,105; MS B 30; IC 100; SP 27 113,114,115,116,117, Petroleum 120,121,126,127,128,129,130,131, IC 45,101,104,106,107; MS 6 133,134; OFR 35,39; RI 84,86,88; Phosphate SP 8,18,22 RI 16,91,94; SP 18,22 Miocene pH, Streams & Canals B 36,57,58,59; OFR 31; SP 25 MS 37 Mollusks Phosphorus B 35 RI 9 Moodys Branch Formation Piezometric B 34 MS 1,4 Myakka River Basin Pithlachascotee River RI 53 MS 61 Plantation Canal Naples RI 36 RI 11 Potable Water Neogene MS 42,74 B 40,43,58 Potentiometric Surface Nitrogen MS 104,119 MS 75 Pumpage, Groundwater Norphl et Formation RI 49 IC 107 Quality, Water Oakland Park MS 51,82,91,96 RI 20 Ocala Group Radon B 38 OFR 41 Ochlockonee River Rainfall & Evaporation RI 16 MS 32 Oil Rainfall, Annual & Seasonal see Petroleum MS 40 Oil Well Locations Recharge MS 6 .MS 68,98; RI 72 Oklawaha Lakes Area Reclamation MS 69 IC 105 Orthophosphate Reedy Creek Improvement Dist. MS 33 RI 79 Ostracoda River Basins B 34 MS 28 Rocks & Minerals Guide Pal eocene SP 8 B 45 Rocks, Igneous & Metamorphic Paleontological Studies B 55 B 34,40; MS 125 Rocks, Paleocene & Eocene Pal eozoic B 45 IC 98 Runoff Panhandle MS 22,81 B 36,46,57,58; RI 86 Ruskin Passerine Birds RI 21 B 44 69

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Salt Water Intrusion Top of Floridan Aquifer IC 9; MS 59; RI 24,38,45,66,69 MS 86,92,95 Sand & Gravel Trail Ridge OFR 35,39,49; RI 84,90 IC 100; RI 84 Sanibel Island Transmissivity Zones RI 69 SP 20 Sanitary Landfill MS 39; RI 68 Uranium Sea Level SP 22 B 52 Seismicity Vertebrates IC 93 SP 12 Shallow Aquifer MS 53; RI 59 Walt Disney World Shorelines RI 79 MS 71 Waste Disposal Sinkholes MS 112 MS 110; RI 39,81 Waste, Liquid, Storage Snake/Snapper Creeks MS 94 RI 24 Water Levels Springs MS 62; IC 85; RI 48974175 B 31; MS 63,96; Water Quality RI 7,39 MS 51,82,91,96; SP 32 St. Johns River Water Resources IC 82; MS 25 Central & Northern-B 61; RI 10 Staff Contributions East Central-RI 61 BR 15,16 Middle Gulf-RI 56 Stratigraphy Northeast-RI 54 B 58,59; RI 92,93 Southeastern-RI 60 Streamflow Western Gulf Coast-RI 29 MS 31,34,64,107 Water Supply Streams MS 16,61,82,91,102 MS 35,37,43,51,75,122 Water Table Contours Sunniland Formation MS 7 RI 89 Water, Use Surface Water MS 36,83,87,105,106,108,123,124 MS 24,55,66,76,77 Wells, Freshwater Surficial Aquifer MS 70 IC 86 Wells, Petroleum Suwannee Limestone MS 6 B 54 Wetlands Suwannee River MS 109 RI 87,96 Tampa Bay Bypass Canal System RI 82 Tampa Formation B 56 Tectonics IC 98 Terraces & Shorelines MS 71 70

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GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Statewide AR 1,2,4,5,17,20 AR 21,22 AR 8,12,13,19,20,21,22 B 23,29,38,45,55,59 B 7,17,32,51 B 6,38,45,56 IC 93,98 MS 71,110 MS 125 MS 3,18,111,112,125 SP 5,5(rev.),29 SP 2,3,6,12,24 OFR 26 RI 97 SP 5, 5(rev.),30 Regional AR 9,10,11 AR 3,6,23,24 AR 15 B 27,36,40,58 B 25,41,51,52 B 3,4,5,8,9.10,13,14 L 12,13 15,18,36,40 MS 78,79,80,84,85, RI 14,96 88,89,90,93,97,99, SP 2 100,101 OFR 31,36 RI 96 COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Alachu MS 79 AR 3 3 10 OFR 21,29,41 SP 33 SP 2,7 RI 85 SP 33 Baker MS 88 OFR 33 OFR 33 Bay B 57,58 MS 90 Bradford MS 79,88 Brevard MS 80,85 71

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS B 31 AR 1,2,3,4,7,15,16,19,24 IC 1,42,45,49,54,55,63, IC 3,10,21,31,40,48,52, B 2,24,30,39 65,71,80,101,104,106 61,68,69,70,73,83,85 IC 2,66,72,84,88,89,90,91, MS 6,11,19,41,52,57 L 1,2,4,7 92,93,94,95,96,97,99, MS 12,13,14,15,16,22,28, 102,105 31,32,33,34,35,36,37, MS 2,8 42,43,51,56,58,62,63, OFR 14,35,39 64,65,66,68,70,72,73, RI 3,84,88,90,95 74,75,76,77,81,82,83, SP 8,17,27 86,87,91,94,96,98,104, 105,106,107,108,109, 123,124,132 RI 26 SP 4,11,13,28,32 B 1,11 OFR 28 IC 104 IC 26,27,33,56,57,81 RI 84,86,91,94 RI 87,89 MS 27,45,50,53,67,69,86, SP 18,22 92,95 RI 2,4,10,29,41,42,46,49, 53,54,56,58,60,61,71, 79,83,89 SP 20,21 WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS IC 36,43 IC 46 OFR 21,29 MS 131 RI 35 SP 33 IC 20 OFR 33 RI 5.2,89 IC 57 MS 10,38,46 RI 41 IC 36,43 IC 100 RI 35 MS 134 IC 11,32 OFR 35 MS 17,25 RI 28 72

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Broward MS 100 Calhoun MS 90 OFR 32. 53 B 58 OFR 32 Charlotte B 43 643 MS 97,99,100 Citrus B 33 B35 MS 99 OFR 5 RI 9 Clay MS 89, 93 Collier MS 100,101 OFR 37 Columbia MS 88 AR 3 RI 30 Dade MS 101 OFR 48 DeSoto MS 80,97 OFR 11 Dixie B 49 OPR 45 MS 79 OFR 45 73

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS IC 77 L 5 MS 29 RI 6,17,20,36,51,55,65, 70,77 IC 57 MS 10 RI 41 IC 53 IC 105 RI 78 L9 IC 105 RI 9 MS 115 IC 35,36,43 IC 46,100 RI 33,35 MS 133 IC 29,51 MS 120 IC 104 RI 11,31,63 RI 89 OFR 37 RI 30 IC 9 RI 4,17,24,45,47,60,66, 75 IC 53 RI 83 74

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PA Duval US 89 EB 10scambia B 46 MS 78 Flagler MS 93 OFR 24 Franklin B 58 MS 84 OFR 8 Gadsden B 62 B 10,26 MS 90 RI 16 Gilchrist B 49 OFR 18 MS 79 OFR 18 Glades MS 80,100 RI 37 OFR 30 Gulf B 58,63 B 16 MS 84,90 Hamilton MS 88 OFR 27 RI 87 Hardee MS 80,97 75

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS IC 58,64,82 RI 43,59 IC 30,50,74 IC 107 L3 MS 26 RI 40 IC 13,37,39 MS 127 RI 32 1C 79 AR 2 IC 59 RI 37,71 1C 57 MS 10 RI 41 RI 87 IC 53 RI 83 76

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Hendry MS 100 OFR 37 RI 37 Hernando B 54 MS 99 Highlands MS 80 RI 15 HillsIC 86 boro MS 97,99 OFR 6 SP 19 Holmes B 21 MS 90 Indian MS 80 AR 9,10,11,12 River SP 10 Jackson B 37 OFR 23 B 16,22 L10 SP 2 MS 90 RI 16 Jefferson B 48 AR 3 MS 88 Lafayette MS 79,88 Lake 77

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS OFR 37 RI 89 RI 37,58 1C 26 B 54 L9 MS 114 RI 34,42 RI 15,19 IC 4,22,44,76,86 MS 9,39,48,49 RI 21,25,68,74,82 SP 19 B 42,50 IC 18 RI 80 C 57 B 42 MS 10 RI 41 MS 129 OFR 46 1C 26 MS 44,54 RI 42 78

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Lee MS 97,99,100 OFR 37 Leon B 47 AR 3,4 MS 90 OFR 20 SP 14,16 Levy B 33 OFR 19 B 34,35 MS 79 OFR 19 RI 9 Liberty B 58 OFR 43 L 11 MS 90 OFR 9,43 Madison B 61 MS 88 OFR 12 Manatee MS 97,99 Marion MS 79,93 SP 31 B44 SP 31 Martin RI 23 Monroe MS 101 B19 L 14 Nassau MS 89 B26 OFR 15 79

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS IC 7,62,75 MS 130 RI 89 RI 69 OFR 37 B 47 RI 48 MS 116 RI 9 B 61 MS 121 OFR 12 IC 6,19 RI 18 MS 55 MS 117 RI 73 SP 31 IC 12 MS 80 RI 23,71 IC 28 RI 43 80

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY Okaloosa RI 92 OkeechoMS 80 bee Orange MS 85 Osceola MS 80,85 Palm Beach MS 100 Pasco B 54 MS 99 Pinellas MS 97,99 Polk MS 80,85,97 B 19,22 OFR 13 RI 14 SP 2 Putnam MS 93 RI 32 St. Johns RI 32 81

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS IC 67 IC 107 RI 71 C 41,4746 L8 MS 21,24 RI 5,50,72 MS 59 RI 13,55,58,67,71 1C 26 B 54 MS 47,61 RI 34,42 IC 16 MS 20,60 RI 12 IC 23,25,26,38 MS 28 RI 7,42,44,64 SP 18 IC 15,37,39 IC 46 RI 32 MS 128 IC 14,37,39 MS 126 MS 89,93 RI 32 82

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COUNTY GEOLOGY GEOMORPHOLOGY PALEONTOLOGY St. Lucie Santa B 46 Rosa MS 78 Sarasota B 43 43 MS 97,99 OFR 10 Seminole Sumter MS 99 OFR 7 RI 98 Suwannee MS 88 RI 87 Taylor MS 79,88 Union MS 88 Volusia MS 85,93 AR 10,11 Wakulla B 58,60 B 28 MS 90 OFR 47 OFR 20,22,47 Walton B 58 B 12 MS 78,90 OFR 3 Washington B 21 MS 90 83

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WATER RESOURCES MINERAL RESOURCES OIL AND GAS MS 80 RI 62 IC 30,50 IC 107 MS 26 RI 7,40 RI 38 IC 5,34 MS 5,68 RI 1,27,81 IC 26 MS 113 RI 42 RI 87 IC 17 IC 36,43 MS 134 RI 35 IC 8,24 MS 30 RI 22,57 IC 78 B 50 RI 76 IC 57 B 42,50 MS 10 RI 41 84

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FLORIDA LIBRARIES RECEIVING FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PUBLICATIONS Bartow Florida Institute of Phosphate Research (FIPR) Library Boca Raton Florida Atlantic University Library Clearwater St. Petersburg Jr. College Cocoa Brevard County Public Library Coral Gables University of Miami Library Dania Nova University Library Daytona Beach Museum of Arts & Sciences Library Volusia County Library System DeFuniak Springs Walton-DeFuniak Library Deland Stetson University Library Fort Lauderdale Broward County Library System Broward Community College Fort Myers University of South Florida -Fort Myers Campus Lee County Library System Fort Pierce St. Lucie County Library Gainesville University of Florida Library Jacksonville Jacksonville Public Library Jacksonville University -Swisher Library University of North Florida Library Lake Placid Archbold Biological Station Library 85

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Lakeland Lakeland Public Library Miami Florida International University Library Miami-Dade Public Library See also Coral Gables North Miami Florida International University -Bay Vista Campus Ocala Ocala Public Library Orlando Orange County Library District University of Central Florida Library Panama City Bay County Public Library Pensacola University of West Florida St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Public Library Sarasota University of South Florida -Sarasota Campus Sarasota County Public Library Tallahassee Florida State University Library State Library of Florida Tallahassee Community College Library Tampa Tampa-Hillsborough County Library University of South Florida Library West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Public Library Winter Park Rollins College Library 86