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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Virginia B. Wetherell, Secretary



DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
Mimi Drew, Director of Technical Services



FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Walter Schmidt, State Geologist and Chief







SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 39



Bibliography and Index of Graduate
Theses and Dissertations on Florida Geology
Through 1991 Including Selected Abstracts

Compiled by

Alice N. Jordan
and
Deborah E. Mekeel












FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Tallahassee, Florida
1995








LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Tallahassee

1995



Governor Lawton Chiles
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Tallahassee, FL 32301


Dear Governor Chiles:

The Florida Geological Survey, Division of Technical Services, Department of
Environmental Protection, is publishing as Special Publication No. 39, Bibliography
and Index of Graduate Theses and Dissertations on Florida Geology Through 1991
Including Selected Abstracts, prepared by staff Librarians Alice N. Jordan and
Deborah E. Mekeel. This report presents a compilation of generally unpublished
and difficult to find research results from the work of many geology graduate
students. As such, it will be a valuable research reference for government
agencies, teachers, land-use planners and managers, industry, and the general
public. The ever increasing pressure on our natural resources and environments,
will demand fundamental earth science interpretations to support successful
ecosystem management implementation. This bibliographic compilation will
support these efforts.

Respectfully,



Walter Schmidt, Ph.D.
State Geologist & Chief
Florida Geological Survey


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Published for the
Florida Geological Survey

Tallahassee, Florida
1995

ISSN 0085-0640


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CONTENTS

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ACKNOW LEDGEMENTS ......................................... v

INTRO DUCTIO N ........... ......... .......................... 1

BIBLIOGRAPHY ................... ......................... 3

ABSTRACTS ... .......................................... 94

INDEX ....................................................... 286


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


The authors would like to express their appreciation to the members of the
Florida Geological Survey staff who provided valuable ideas for content and format
of this publication. Special recognition goes to Walt Schmidt, Tom Scott, Jackie
Lloyd, and Ed Lane who reviewed the text and made suggestions for
improvements, and to Cindy Collier and Sandie Ray for all their help with inputting
records.

Special thanks is also extended to the librarians in the Florida State
University System libraries for their expertise in finding many of the bibliographic
references and abstracts in this list, and for providing materials from their
collections.

Thanks also go to the Panhandle Library Access Network for providing us
with the loan of computer equipment and software with which to begin this
project.


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SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 39


Bibliography and Index of Graduate
Theses and Dissertations on Florida Geology
Through 1991 Including Selected Abstracts

compiled by

Alice N. Jordan
and
Deborah E. Mekeel


INTRODUCTION

Masters theses and doctoral disserta-
tions are very useful to geoscientists because
they frequently contain the only available
information on a specific geographic area or a
unique subject. They also may include the
most recent results of current geological re-
search. Studies indicate that geologists cite
theses and dissertations more often than other
scientists. Unfortunately, this source of impor-
tant information is often overlooked as theses
and dissertations are difficult to identify and to
obtain. This results in much vital research re-
maining hidden. This bibliography will make
these resources more visible and readily acces-
sible to those doing research on Florida
geology.

The scope of this publication is to in-
clude all aspects of Florida geology, including
environmental geology, marine geology, and
oceanography, if the area studied was close to
the shoreline of Florida. This bibliography was
intended to include all theses and dissertations
through 1991. However, as the index was
being produced, a few citations from 1992 and
1993 were added. An attempt was made to be
as complete as possible. To this end visits
were made to the geology departments and
libraries of Florida State University, The
University of Florida, and The University of
South Florida. Whenever possible, information
was obtained from the title page and abstract
of each thesis. Other universities were contac-
ted for additional records. This material was
supplemented by these secondary resources:


Dissertation Abstracts International, various
thesis bibliographies, and the GEOREF database
of the American Geological Institute. The latter
proved to be especially helpful; 1,171 theses
were identified as a result of these activities.

Please note that most theses and disser-
tations are not commercially published and thus
do not go through the normal bibliographic con-
trols and procedures. Many discrepancies in-
cluding variations in title, date, etc., were
found. Whenever possible the primary source
was used as the final authority and all of these
records are starred (*). This symbol (*) indi-
cates that the original work itself has been exa-
mined and the information verified. If a record
is not starred (*), then the information was
obtained from secondary sources. This distinc-
tion is important because many errors were
found in the secondary sources. Please report
omissions or errors to the Reference Librarian,
Florida Geological Survey, 903 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304-7700 or call
904-488-9380.

Once relevant materials have been iden-
tified, actually obtaining a dissertation can be
difficult, time consuming and very frustrating to
all concerned. Some doctoral dissertations are
available from University Microfilms Interna-
tional. Some theses and dissertations may be
available from a local library using an inter-
library loan request. Another possibility is to
contact the author or the university where the
thesis or dissertation was completed. The li-
brary of the Florida Geological Survey has a
partial collection of theses and dissertations
which are only available in the library.


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Abstracts and Notes

Approximately one half of the citations
have either an abstract or a note. These ab-
stracts and notes are listed in the ABSTRACTS
section of this publication, alphabetically by
author. Whenever possible, the author's com-
plete abstract is included. Abstracts have been
reproduced verbatim, including varient spellings
and writing styles. These records are marked
[ABSTRACT]. When a complete abstract was
not available, information was taken directly
from the incomplete abstract, preface, introduc-
tion, or other sources of information. These
citations are marked [NOTE].


Index

Each citation was assigned index terms
relating to the subject and geographical location
of the study. First, each record was assigned


a geoscience specialty as found in the GEOREF
thesaurus. Other indexing was by specific geo-
graphic locations and counties, geologic times,
formation and group names, as well as specific
subjects. Index terms were included for each
citation to provide subject information and to
assist the user in locating other relevant
records. Indexing authority was based on:

American Geological Institute. GEOREF
Thesaurus and Guide to Indexing. 4th edition,
1986.

Glossary of Geology 2nd edition,
1980.

Delorne Mapping Co. Florida Atlas and
Gazetteer, 1987.

Florida Geological Survey List of Formations
and Groups.


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BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Aardema, James A. Petrography and geochemistry of three drill cores which penetrate the Suwannee
Limestone in Pinellas, DeSoto, and Charlotte Counties, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1987 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Pinellas County; DeSoto County; Charlotte County; Suwannee Limestone; Petrology, sedimentary;
Stratigraphy, historical geology; Geochemistry

2. Abbott, Elizabeth M. F. r Karst topography as an influence on land use in west central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1972 199 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Engineering and environmental geology

3. Abbott, Tom A. r The distribution of radioactivity in the surficial deposits of Levy, Marion, and Citrus
Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Radon; Isotopes; Levy County; Marion County; Citrus County; Alachua Formation; Hawthorn Group;
Ocala Limestone; Pliocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Engineering and environmental geology;
Geochemistry

4. Abu Baker, Othman Bin Hj A comparison of selected Entisols and Spodosols occurring in peninsular Malaysia
and Peninsular Florida.
1985 204 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils; Clays

5. Acor, Geneva K. The political and institutional processes of beach nourishment: an analysis of six completed
projects in Melbourne Florida.
1989 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal environment

6. Adams, William D. r Geologic history of Crescent Lake, Florida. IABSTRACT]
1976 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Crescent Lake; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Putnam County; Flagler County

7. Adenle, Oladepo A. The geomorphic significance of the Lakeland soil in peninsula Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1971 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Polk County; Lakeland; Surficial geology, soils

8. Aisner, Jonathan A. Genesis of a skeletal mound, Arsenic Bank, Florida Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1981 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Florida Bay; Arsenic Bank; Monroe County; Carbonates; Surficial geology, geomorphology

9. Akers, Wilburn H. Planktonic foraminifer and biostratigraphy of some Neogene formations, northern Florida
and Atlantic Coastal Plain.
1971 268 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Tulane
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Tertiary; Paleontology, invertebrate; Neogene

10. Alamri, Abdullah M. Geophysical and hydrological effects of a storm-water retention pond on the Floridan
Aquifer, Hillsborough County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 248 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Hillsborough County; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

11. Alberts, James J. Inorganic controls of dissolved phosphorus in the Gulf of Mexico.
1970 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Ochlockonee River; Charlotte Harbor; Estuaries; Marine geology and oceanography

12. Alexander, James E. The ecology of iron in tropical waters. [NOTE]
1964
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Heavy metals; Straits of Florida


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13. Allard, Michelle M. r Heavy mineral analysis of inner continental shelf sediments, northeastern Gulf of Mexico.
[ABSTRACT]
1988
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf; Heavy minerals; St. George Shoal; San Bias Shoal; Marine sediments; Marine
geology and oceanography

14. Allen, Thomas W. Hydrogeology of the Holmes, Jackson and Washington Counties area, Florida. INOTEI
1987 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Holmes County; Jackson County; Washington County; Floridan Aquifer; Surficial aquifer; Karst; Hydrogeology
and hydrology

15. Almasi, Mohammad N. Ecology and color variation of benthic foraminifera in Barnes Sound, northeast Florida
Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Barnes Sound; Florida Bay; Monroe County; Marine geology and oceanography

16. Almasi, Mohammad N. Holocene sediments and evolution of the Indian River (Atlantic coast of Florida).
[ABSTRACT]
1983 226 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Lagoons; Brevard County; Indian River; St. Lucie County; Barrier islands; Surficial geology, quaternary
geology; Petrology, sedimentary; Coastal environment; Carbonates; Surficial geology, geomorphology

17. AI-Ruwehy, Hussam M. Evaluation of upcoming potential of the Floridan aquifer in Brevard County, Florida:
implications for water resources management.
1987 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Brevard County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

18. Alvarez, Joseph L. Environmental tritium measurement by enrichment and liquid scintillation spectrometry. ,
1971 42 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Radiation

19. Al-wail, Tahir A. Geoelectric signatures and hydrostratigraphy of reefal limestones, southwest Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1984 73 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Stratigraphy, historical geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pliocene; Collier County

20. Ananda, Kariyawasam M. G. Optimization modeling as an aid to water quality management decision making.
1986 139 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

21. Anderson, Laurie C. Ostracoda of the Pinecrest Sand Member, Upper Tamiami Formation, Macasphalt pit mine,
Sarasota, Florida.
1987 168 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Ostracoda; Pliocene; Sarasota County; Tamiami Formation; Pinecrest Sand Member; Neogene; Tertiary;
Stratigraphy, historical geology

22. Anderson, Patricia A. A quantitative study of the groundwater flow in the Upper East Coast Planning Area of
Florida.
1985 472 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio University
SUBJECTS: Martin County; St. Lucie County; Okeechobee County; Floridan Aquifer; Marshes; Hydrogeology and hydrology;
Aquifers

23. Andren, Anders W. Atmospheric chemistry in coastal and marine environments. (ABSTRACTI
1970
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Marine geology and oceanography

24. Andren, Anders W. The geochemistry of mercury in three estuaries from the Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Mercury; Everglades; Estuaries; Marine sediments; Engineering and environmental geology;
Geochemistry


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25. Andronaco, Margaret Hurricane effects and post-storm recovery, Pinellas County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 118 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Meteorology; Hurricanes and storms; Engineering and environmental geology

26. Angely, Joseph T. A An evaluation of the attenuation mechanisms for dissolved aromatic hydrocarbons from
gasoline sources in a sandy surficial Florida aquifer. [ABSTRACT]
1987 338 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Organic materials; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering and environmental geology

27. Angley, Joseph T. Mutagenicity of sewage effluents and cypress strand water: chlorination and the potential
for mutagen formation.
1984 209 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Swamps; Engineering and environmental geology

28. Angstadt, D. M. Late Cretaceous-Recent seismic stratigraphy and geologic history of the southeastern Gulf of
Mexico/southwestern Straits of Florida.
1983 206 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas, Austin
SUBJECTS: Cuba; Sediments; Continental shelf; Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Cretaceous; Straits of Florida; Cenozoic;
Marine geology and oceanography

29. Anne, Donald C. The characterization and partitioning of petroleum in drilling fluid dispersed in seawater.
1981 46 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Oil spills and pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

30. Annis, Clifford G. Corbicula manilensis: a potential indicator of copper and lead pollution in aquatic
environments.
1986 117 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

31. Armstrong, John R. The geology of the Floridan Aquifer system in eastern Martin and St. Lucie Counties,
Florida. ABSTRACTI
1980 82 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Martin County; St. Lucie County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Hawthorn Group

32. Arrington, Daniel V. Geology of the Interlachen Karstic Highlands, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 130 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Interlachen; Putnam County

33. Assefa, Getaneh Mineralogy and petrology of selected rocks from the Hawthorn Formation, Marion and
Alachua Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1969 79 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hawthorn Group; Marion County; Alachua County; Petrology, sedimentary

34. Babashoff, George, Jr. Temporal and spatial distribution of benthic foraminifera in the northeastern Gulf of
Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Gulf of Mexico; Foraminifera; Marine geology and oceanography

35. Bacchus, Tania S. Holocene evolution of the inner continental shelf, Cape Canaveral, Florida.
1990 162 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Continental shelf; Cape Canaveral; Marine geology and oceanography; Brevard County

36. Back, Robert M. Recent depositional environment of the Florida middle ground.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico

37. Back, William Chemical hydrogeology of the carbonate peninsulas of Florida and Yucatan.
1969 81 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Nevada
SUBJECTS: Mexico; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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38. Baddour, Frederick R. Petroleum hydrocarbons in the canals that drain the Miami International Airport.
[ABSTRACT]
1983 134 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Dade County; Oil Spills and pollution; Miami; Engineering and environmental geology; Rivers, streams,
and canals; Waste disposal

39. Bader, Sharon F. Stratigraphy of the Indian River Lagoon, central Brevard County, Florida.
1988 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Lagoons; Indian River; Brevard County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

40. Bailey, Junial K. Effect of a sewage plant effluent on the water quality of a fresh water lake.
1972 51 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Lakes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Waste disposal

41. Baker, Lawrence A. Mineral and nutrient cycles and their effect on the proton balance of a softwater, acidic
lake.
1984 168 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; McCloud Lake; Trail Ridge; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

42. Baker, Philip C. Trace element analysis of limestones by secondary fluorescene x-ray spectroscopy.
[ABSTRACT]
1981 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Metals; Geochemistry

43. Bannor, James P. The characterization of marine sediment through spectral reflectance analysis.
1990 82 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Geochemistry

44. Barackman, M. Arthur A study of the mineral glauconite in Apalachicola Bay, Florida: its distribution, mode
of occurrence, and scope. [ABSTRACT)
1964
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Franklin County; Silicates; Apalachicola Bay; Petrology, sedimentary; Sediments; Clays

45. Barbee, Steven J. Temporal distribution of interstitial fauna in a beach and in a sandflat with respect to
physical factors.
1971 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico; Coastal environment

46. Barber, Scott Balanus eburneus: a potential indicator of copper and zinc pollution in estuarine waters.
1979 64 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Pollution; Heavy metals; Engineering and environmental geology

47. Barksdale, John D. Geologic factors affecting the variability and distribution of hydraulic conductivities in the
Floridan Aquifer, northwest Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 174 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Wakulla County; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology

48. Barnard, Leo A. The kinetics and thermodynamics of silica sorption in marine sediments.
1977 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Geophysics, applied; Marine geology and oceanography

49. Barnett, Jarrall Late Tertiary foraminifera from the Macasphalt shell pit, Sarasota, Florida.
1986 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Sarasota County; Foraminifera; Paleontology, invertebrate; Tertiary

50. Barnett, Richard S. A quantitative study of Late Eocene Nummulites (Foraminiferida), Jackson Stage,
southeastern United States. [ABSTRACT]
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Houston
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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51. Barnum, Dean C. Modern coal lens analogs, Wakulla County, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1966
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Karst; Sediments; Facies; Wakulla County; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates

52. Barrett, Christina I. Effectiveness of a retention pond in the Crane Creek watershed.
1983 151 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Crane Creek; Brevard County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

53. Barron, Eric J. Suspended sedimentation processes, Marco Island, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Collier County; Marco Island; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine sediments

54. Barton, Churchill J. Geophysical investigation of basement structure in southeast peninsular Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1984 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied; Structural geology; Basement

55. Basan, Paul B. Aspects of sedimentation and development of a carbonate bank in the Barracuda Keys, Florida.
1970
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: New York: Binghamton
SUBJECTS: Barracuda Keys; Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary; Marine sediments

56. Baskin, Jon A. Carnivora from the Late Clarendonian Love Bone Bed, Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1980 243 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Alachua County; Love Bone Bed; Neogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, vertebrate

57. Bass, Robert W. The status of sanitary landfills and sanitary landfill leachate in the South Florida Water
Management District. [ABSTRACT)
1987 118 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Waste disposal; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Landfills

58. Bates, Peter P. Base level study of select organo-chloride pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls of Quahog
clams (Mercenaria mercenaria), sediments and soil taken from Brevard County, Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils; Sediments; Mollusca; Brevard County; Geochemistry; Pollution

59. Bauer, Thomas R. Paleomagnetism of the Eocene Crystal River Formation.
1980 88 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Crystal River Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Eocene

60. Beach, David K. Depositional and diagenetic history of Pliocene-Pleistocene carbonates of northwestern
Great Bahama Bank: evolution of a carbonate platform. [ABSTRACT]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Pleistocene; Pliocene; Carbonates; Bahamas

61. Beardsley, Donald W. Paleoecology of the Choctawhatchee deposits (Late Miocene) at Alum Bluff, Florida.
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Houston, Houston, Texas
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Alum Bluff; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

62. Beatty, Gwendolyn F. The study of lineaments and fracture traces and correlation to springs along the
Suwannee River from Mayo, Florida, to Branford, Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1977 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Structural geology; Springs; Karst; Suwannee River; Lafayette County; Suwannee County; Mayo; Branford;
Lineaments; Rivers, streams, and canals; Surficial geology, geomorphology

63. Beaudoin, Cathleen M. Effects of dredge and fill canals on fresh-water resources of a small oceanic island,
Big Pine Key, Florida. INOTEI
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Miami Limestone; Key Largo Limestone; Big Pine Key; Monroe County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering
and environmental geology


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64. Beaver, John R. The distribution of planktonic ciliated protozoans in 30 Florida lakes of varying trophic state.
[ABSTRACT]
1980 149 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Hydrogeology and hydrology

65. Becker, Jonathan J. The fossil birds of the Late Miocene, and Early Pliocene of Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1985 257 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Polk County; Manatee County; Miocene; Pliocene; Love Bone Bed; McGehee Farm; Mixon's Bone Bed;
Bone Valley District; Withlacoochee River; Paleontology, vertebrate

66. Beckett, Mary P. Hydrocarbons associated with particulate matter in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
1979 60 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Oil spills and pollution; Pollution; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography

67. Beckman, Gary L. A comparison of calcium silicate bricks manufactured from various combinations of
Florida sands and environmental waste materials. [ABSTRACT]
1972 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sand; Engineering and environmental geology; Economic geology, general and mining geology

68. Bedient, Philip B. Hydrologic-land use interactions in a Florida river basin. (ABSTRACT]
1975 279 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Polk County; Osceola County; Okeechobee County; Highlands County; Glades County; Rivers, streams, and
canals; Kissimmee River; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

69. Bedient, Philip B. A two-dimensional transient numerical model for radionuclide transport in tidal waters.
1972 178 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation

70. Bedosky, Stephen J. Recent sediment history of Apalachicola Bay, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 247 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Apalachicola River; Franklin County; Apalachicola Bay; Isotopes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Marine geology
and oceanography; Clays; Sediments; Estuaries

71. Beem, Kenneth A. Benthic foraminiferal paleoecology of the Choctawhatchee deposits (Neogene) of
northwestern Florida.
1973 215 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Neogene; Choctawhatchee Formation; Tertiary; Cenozoic; Sand; Paleontology, invertebrate

72. Beem, Kenneth A. Paleoecology of the Choctawhatchee Formation (Middle and Upper Miocene) in Calhoun and
western Liberty Counties, Florida.
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Tulane
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Choctawhatchee Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Calhoun County; Liberty County

73. Behensky, James F., Jr. Reassessment of the distribution of benthic foraminifera of the shelf and slope of
the Atlantic margin and Gulf of Mexico of the United States. [ABSTRACTI
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Foraminifera; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

74. Belen, Ursula I. Investigation of bacterial levels in selected recreational lakes in Brevard County.
1987 143 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Brevard County; Engineering and environmental geology

75. Bell, Leslie Impact of sediment clay mineralogy and organic matter on lead in estuarine water. [ABSTRACT]
1977 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Tampa Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Estuaries

76. Benda, William K. The distribution of foraminifera and ostracoda off part of the Gulf coast of peninsular
Florida in the vicinity of Cape Romano. [ABSTRACT]
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Ostracoda; Collier County; Cape Romano; Paleontology, invertebrate


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77. Bengtsson, Terrance Flow-net analysis of strip-island lenses and calculations of time-related parameters.
ABSTRACTI
1987 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology

78. Benham, S. R. Calcareous green algal distribution and sediment composition and texture, Bahia Honda Key,
Florida.
1979 298 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Indiana University, Bloomington
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Algae; Holocene; Monroe County; Florida Keys; Bahia Honda Key; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography

79. Bennett, Drew B. Water resources analysis of a multiobjective drainage network in the Indian River Lagoon
basin. [ABSTRACT]
1989 154 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS:lndian River; Cape Canaveral; Estuaries; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Brevard County

80. Bennett, Jon L. The aerobic biodegradation of quinoline and analogs in soils from a creosote-contaminated site
in Pensacola, Florida.
1988 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Colorado School of Mines
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Escambia County; Pensacola; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology
and hydrology; Aquifers

81. Bennett, Kathleen C. A detailed magnetic survey of Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Bradford County; Geophysics, applied

82. Bergmann, Peter C. A Comparison of sieving, settling and microscope determination of sand grain size.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 178 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sand; Sediments; Petrology, sedimentary

83. Berler, Daniel H. The formation and preservation of submariliths on the south Florida shelf. [ABSTRACT]
1988 226 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Reefs; Continental shelf; Florida Keys; Bahamas; West Indies; Marine geology and
oceanography; Petrology, sedimentary

84. Bernhagen, Ralph J. Stratigraphy and micropaleontology of a deep well in Calhoun County, Florida.
1939
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio State University
SUBJECTS: Calhoun County; Paleontology, invertebrate

85. Bersok, Constance J. Conditions controlling wetland development on a phosphate-mined reclamation site in
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1986 114 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology; Polk County

86. Bhogal, Virender K. Modeling tidal inlet flood delta evolution.
1988 73 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Models

87. Bienert, Raymond W., Jr. Zooplankton dynamics in an acidic, subtropical lake.
1987 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology

88. Birdsall, Barton C. Eastern Gulf of Mexico, continental shelf phosphorite deposits. [ABSTRACT]
1979 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

89. Birky, Brian K. Dose assessment from radioactivity in foods grown on mined Florida phosphate lands.
[ABSTRACT]
1990 52 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Uranium; Engineering and environmental geology


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90. Bitar, R. F. Heavy mineral analysis of beach sands and its use in the interpretation of sedimentary provenance.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wright State University
SUBJECTS: Heavy minerals; Sand; Petrology, sedimentary

91. Bland, Michael J. Holocene geologic history of Little Sarasota Bay, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Sarasota Bay; Sarasota County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

92. Blevins, Wendell L. The utilization of sulfur compounds by indigenous halophiles in the Indian-Banana River
lagoonal system.
1974 30 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Banana River; Estuaries; Indian River; Marine geology and oceanography; Lagoons; Brevard County

93. Blodgett, Jack W. Some depositional features along the east coast of Florida between St. Augustine and
Fernandina Beach.
1956
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Emory
SUBJECTS: Nassau County; Duval County; St. Johns County; St. Augustihe; Fernandina Beach; Coastal environment;
Surficial geology, geomorphology

94. Blood, Elizabeth R. Surface water hydrology and biochemistry of the Okefenokee Swamp watershed.
1981 206 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Baker County; Okefenokee Swamp; Swamps; Wetlands; Organic Materials; Engineering and
environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

95. Bloom, Jonathan I. A mineralogical model of the Floridan Aquifer in the Southwest Florida Water
Management District. [ABSTRACT]
1982 140 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Models

96. Bloomberg, Diane Cone-penetrometer exploration of sinkholes: stratigraphy and soil properties. [ABSTRACT]
1987 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Geophysics, applied; Karst

97. Bloomquist, Leonard A. Determination of tolerance levels of Armadillidium vulgare to certain environmental
pollutants.
1972 38 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Surficial geology, soils

98. Blosser, Mark C. Phosphorus models for Lake Okeechobee, Florida.
1986 201 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Lake Okeechobee; Pollution; Models

99. Bock, Wayne D. The benthonic foraminifera of southwestern Florida Bay.
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Wisconsin, Madison
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Florida Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate

100. Bock, Wayne D. Monthly variation in the foraminiferal biofacies in Thalassia and sediments in the Big Pine Key
area, Florida.
1967 304 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Big Pine Key; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography; Monroe County; Florida Keys

101. Boghrat, Alireza The design and construction of a piezoblade and an evaluation of the Marchetti dilatometer in
some Florida soils.
1982 334 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils

102. Bohlke, Catherine M. A preliminary ranking and evaluation method for determining the ground water
contamination potential of closed landfills. IABSTRACTI
1989 10b p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers; Landfills


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103. Bolger, George W. Chemical evidence that the mid-Atlantic ridge is a source of hydrothermally derived
suspended particulate material to the deep Atlantic. [NOTE]
1976 145 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

104. Boiling, Sharon Neogene stratigraphy of Gulf County, Florida. [NOTE]
1982 146 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Gulf County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

105. Bonem, R. M. Comparison of ecology and sedimentation in Pennsylvanian (Morrowan) bioherms of northeastern
Oklahoma with modern patch reefs in Jamaica and the Florida Keys.
1975 207 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Oklahoma
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Corals; Florida Keys; West Indies; Holocene; Jamaica; Petrology, sedimentary

106. Bordeaux, Francis M. Decomposition of marine algae in estuarine sediment.
1971 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Algae; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

107. Boudreau, Harold S. Development and verification of test models predicting radon-222 flux emanation from
soils.
1978 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Soils; Radon; Engineering and environmental geology

108. Boulware, Joe W. The relationship of the soils to the geology of Hillsborough County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1963 32 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Surficial geology, soils

109. Bourne, Richard G. Water quality effects of sewage effluent on a cypress dome system.
1976 121 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cypress domes; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

110. Boutelle, Stephen J. Microbiological aspects of polonium cycling in Florida groundwater.
1989 81 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

111. Bove, Christopher J. Primary production studies in the upper St. Johns River, Florida.
1981 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: St. Johns River; Engineering and environmental geology

112. Boyer, Bruce W. Grain size parameters and constituent composition of Recent carbonate sediments from south
Florida.
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas, Austin
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates

113. Boynton, Walter R. Energy basis of a coastal region: Franklin County and Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 389 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Franklin County; Apalachicola Bay; Engineering and environmental geology

114. Boyt, Florence L. A mixed hardwood swamp as an alternative to Tertiary wastewater treatment.
1976 99 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marshes; Waste disposal; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Wildwood

115. Brame, Jeffrey W. The stratigraphy and geologic history of Caladesi Island, Pinellas County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1976 109 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Caladesi Island; Holocene; Clearwater Beach Island; Surficial geology, quaternary geology;
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116. Brandes, Donald The significance of tropical cyclone rainfall in the water supply of south Florida.
1981 151 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Meteorology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

117. Breeding, J. Ernest Refraction of gravity water waves (Panama City, Florida)
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Columbia
SUBJECTS: Bay County; Panama City; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography

118. Breland, Jabe A., II A Chemical and physical characteristics of a saline geothermal submarine spring off
Florida's southwest coast. [ABSTRACT]
1980 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Mud Hole Submarine Spring; Fort Myers; Gulf of Mexico; Geochemistry; Marine geology and oceanography;
Karst; Lee County; Springs

119. Brennenman, Lionel Preliminary sedimentary study of certain sand bodies in the Apalachicola Delta.
[ABSTRACT]
1957
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Apalachicola Bay; Franklin County; Marine geology and oceanography; Tates Hell Swamp

120. Breslin, Vincent T. Chemical behavior of particulate and stabilized oil ash waste in seawater.
1986 138 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Oil spills and pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

121. Bretnall, Robert E., Jr. Electromagnetic signature of the salt-water/fresh-water transition zone, west-central
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 178 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hernando County; Citrus County; Pasco County; Floridan Aquifer; Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and
hydrology; Geophysics, applied

122. Briel, Lawrence An investigation of the U234/U238 disequilibrium in the natural waters of the Santa Fe River
basin of north-central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 241 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Santa Fe River; Geochemistry; Floridan Aquifer; Karst; Hydrogeology and hydrology

123. Brock, Jerome A. Shallow and brackish-water foraminifera in Tampa Bay, Florida.
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: New York University
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Foraminifera; Tampa Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate

124. Broida, Saul Interpretation of geostrophy in the Straits of Florida.
1966
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Straits of Florida; Geophysics, general

125. Brooks, David A. Wind-forced continental shelf waves in the Florida Current.
1975 281 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Florida Current; Atlantic Ocean; Continental shelf; Gulf of Mexico; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and
oceanography

126. Brooks, Gregg R. Recent carbonate sediments of the Florida Middle Ground reef system, northeastern Gulf of
Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1981 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico; Corals; Carbonates

127. Brooks, Gregg R. Recent continental slope sediments and sedimentary processes bordering a non-rimmed
carbonate platform: southwest Florida continental margin. [ABSTRACT]
1986 166 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Gulf of Mexico; Carbonates

128. Brooks, Ralph H., Jr. In situ nitrogen dynamics within an estuarine embayment. IABSTRACTI
1969 229 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Waccasassa River; Rivers, streams, and canals; Estuaries


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129. Brown, David P. Marine geology of Cay Sal Bank, Bahamas. [ABSTRACT]
1972 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography

130. Brown, Eugene Effect of activated silica upon the magnesium and silica content of lime-softened water.
1947 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry

131. Brown, Eugene The geochemistry of the ground waters of northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia.
1952 151 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Aquifers; Floridan Aquifer; Georgia

132. Brown, Michael P. An integrated geophysical survey over a water-filled sink system. [ABSTRACT]
1976 99 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marion County; Williston Formation; Inglis Formation; Ocala Limestone; Avon Park Formation; Blue Sink; Crystal
River; Eocene; Geophysics, applied; Karst

133. Browne, David R. Study of the transport of water through the Haulover Canal.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Haulover Canal; Brevard County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Rivers, streams, and canals

134. Bruno, Richard O. Longshore current system, Panama City to Pensacola, Florida.
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Panama City; Pensacola

135. Bryant, James D. Vertebrate paleontology and multidimensional stratigraphic analysis of the Dogtown
Member of the Torreya Formation (Miocene), Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1990 168 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Torreya Formation; Miocene; Paleontology, vertebrate; Gadsden County; Hawthorn Group

136. Bull, Kevin M. Early chemical diagenesis of mid-Atlantic ridge sediments.
1988 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Atlantic Ocean; Geochemistry

137. Bunpapong, Mahunnop An investigation of hurricane-induced forerunner surge in the Gulf of Mexico.
[ABSTRACT]
1985 224 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M
SUBJECTS: Meteorology; Hurricanes and storms; Engineering and environmental geology; Gulf of Mexico

138. Burk, Roger Palynological dating of sediment of east central Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Stratigraphy, historical geology

139. Burklew, Lori M. Characterization of the Upper Floridan aquifer system, including field dispersity tests and
analytical modeling, in the vicinity of Port Malabar, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1989 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Port Malabar; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Brevard County

140. Burklew, Richard H., Jr. The hydrogeologic system of Trail Ridge above the basal clays near Folkston, Georgia.
1988 190 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Aquifers; Trail Ridge; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

141. Burnson, T. Quentin Sedimentological study of Matanzas Inlet, Florida, and adjacent areas. [ABSTRACT]
1972 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: St. Johns County; Matanzas Inlet; Petrology, sedimentary

142. Burr, David Y. Value and water budget of cypress wetlands in Collier County, Florida.
1977 112 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Engineering and environmental geology; Wetlands


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143. Bush, James Foraminifera and sediments of Biscayne Bay, Florida, and their ecology.
1958 227 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Washington
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Dade County; Biscayne Bay; Quaternary; Marine sediments; Paleontology, invertebrate

144. Bush, James A preliminary report on the foraminifera of Biscayne Bay, Florida, and their ecological relations.
1949
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Indiana University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Dade County; Quaternary; Biscayne Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate

145. Butkovich, George J. Multi-criteria analysis of water resource projects.
1974 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology

146. Butler, David E. Subsurface analysis of Duval County, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1983 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Structural geology; Duval County; Ocala Limestone; Avon Park Formation; Lake City Formation

147. Buzzi, Ruth A. Macroinvertebrates of Lake Washington.
1979 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington

148. Byerley, Mary H. Cross-Florida Barge Canal: an annotated bibliography. [NOTE]
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cross-Florida Barge Canal; Bibliography

149. Byers, Gerald, E. The effects of acid rain on the movement of ions in a typic quartzipsamment soil under
natural vegetation in Florida.
1984 325 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Geochemistry; Acid rain; Engineering and environmental geology; Surficial geology, soils

1 50. Byrd, Curtis A. Sedimentation studies in Lake Washington and the upper St. Johns River.
1984 107 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington; Sediments; St. Johns River; Brevard County

151. Byrd, James T. The marine geochemistry of tin. [ABSTRACTI
1984 208 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Marine geology and oceanography

152. Byrd, Thomas W. A statistical study of grain-size variations around Indian Peninsula, Gulf County, Florida.
1959
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Mississippi State University
SUBJECTS: Sand; Gulf County; Petrology, sedimentary

153. Byrne, Christian J. The geochemical cycling of hydrocarbons in Lake Jackson, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1980 168 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Pollution; Leon County; Lake Jackson; Runoff; Engineering and environmental geology;
Geochemistry

1 54. Caines, Gary L. Florida land-pebble phosphorite: the mineralogy and an evaluation of electrostatic beneficiation.
1981 68 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Georgia Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Economic geology, nonmetals

155. Calderon, Marisela R. Saltwater intrusion potential in southwest Florida.
1981 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and hydrology

156. Callahan, Talmadge H. Populations of phytoplankton and copepods compared to selected water parameters.
1977 36 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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157. Campbell, Kenneth M. The sedimentology of simple and reticulated transverse bars in a low wave energy
environment. IABSTRACTI
1979 123 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Franklin County; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography

158. Cander, Harris S. Dolomitization and water-rock interaction in the Middle Eocene Avon Park Formation,
Floridan Aquifer.
1991 172 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Austin
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Avon Park Formation; Floridan aquifer; Carbonates

159. Carballo, Jose D., Jr. Holocene dolomitization of supratidal sediments, Sugarloaf Key, Florida.
1985 130 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas
SUBJECTS: Sugarloaf Key; Holocene; Quaternary; Florida Bay; Pleistocene; Aquifers; Surficial geology, quaternary geology;
Marine geology and oceanography; Carbonates; Miami Limestone; Petrology, sedimentary

160. Carberry, Thomas J. Chemical oxygen consumption in the upper St. Johns River.
1983 100 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: St. Johns River; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

161. Carey, Max R. Quantitative determination of chlorophyll in the Indian River Lagoon.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Indian River; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry; Estuaries

162. Carpenter, John R. A study of the uranium series disequilibria in Pleistocene shallow water carbonates as a
possible basis for absolute age determinations. [NOTE]
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Carbonates; Pleistocene; Miami Limestone; Key Largo Limestone; Stratigraphy, historical geology

163. Carr, Gail E. S. An early Pleistocene avifauna from Inglis, Florida.
1981 162 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, vertebrate; Pleistocene; Inglis; Levy County

164. Carriker, Neil E. The distribution of boron in Florida waters. [ABSTRACT]
1974 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Lakes; Rivers, streams, and canals

165. Carriker, Neil E. Heavy metal interactions with natural organic in aquatic environments. [ABSTRACT]
1977 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Wetlands; Geochemistry; Pollution; Cypress domes; Organic materials; Engineering and
environmental geology; Heavy metals

166. Carrol, Michael J. Seismic models of porosity variation in the Smackover Formation, Jay Field, Florida-Alabama.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of New Orleans
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Smackover Formation; Jay Field; Jurassic; Engineering and environmental geology; Geophysics,
applied; Models

167. Carson, Matt W. Quality evaluation of fine limestone used in asphalt mixtures. [ABSTRACT]
1980 108 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Suwannee Limestone; Crystal River Formation; Economic geology, general and mining geology

168. Carter, J. G. Ecology and evolution of the Gastrochaenacea (Mollusca, Bivalvia) with notes on the status of the
Myoida.
1976 660 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Yale
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Soldier Key; Paleontology, invertebrate

169. Caruso, Joel W. Burrowing and bioturbation by fiddler crabs in the Florida Keys.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Florida Keys; Petrology, sedimentary


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170. Casagrande, Daniel J. Geochemistry of amino acids in selected Florida peats.
1971 246 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Organic materials; Everglades; Peat; Geochemistry

171. Castro, Mark S. Measurements of biogenic hydrogen sulfide emissions from selected Florida wetlands.
1984 68 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Engineering and environmental geology

172. Caughey, Michael E. A study of the dissolved organic matter in the pore waters of carbonate-rich sediment
cores from Florida Bay.
1982 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Dallas
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Organic materials; Geochemistry; Florida Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

173. Cazeau, Charles J. An analysis of some Chattahoochee River sediments. [NOTE]
1955
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Chattahoochee River; Alabama; Georgia; Hydrogeology and hydrology

174. Ceryak, Ronald J. A mineralogical and textural analysis of Recent beach sands of the Gulf coast of Florida
from Anclote Key to Marco Island. [ABSTRACT]
1974 41 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Sand; Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography; Minerals; Anclote Key; Marco
Island; Coastal environment

175. Chaki, Susan J. A sedimentary investigation of the beach ridge sets composing Cape Canaveral, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1974 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Brevard County; Cape Canaveral; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment

176. Chang, Li-teh Fluidization characteristics of biomass-coated sand particles.
1985 119 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sand; Engineering and environmental geology

177. Charles, Lynda L. Interpretation of R-mode principle component patterns in terms of hydraulic sorting applied
to Pleistocene shoreface and offshore sediments: a proposed process-response model of sedimentation.
[ABSTRACT]
1989 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Models; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Pleistocene; Nassau County

178. Charlton, David S. The characterization and evolution of carbonate tidal deltas, upper Florida Keys.
[ABSTRACT]
1981 421 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Wisconsin
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Monroe County; Florida Keys; Snake Creek; Tavernier Creek; Peat; Holocene; Quaternary;
Surficial geology, geomorphology; Mangrove swamps

179. Chase, T. L. The variation in growth habits and ecology of the stony corals from Don Quixote Bank, Florida
Bay.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Michigan
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Holocene; Florida Bay; Don Quixote Bank; Corals; Paleontology, invertebrate

180. Chen, Chih Shan Regional lithostratigraphic analysis of Paleocene and Eocene rocks of Florida. [NOTE] (Also
available as Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 45)
1964 216 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Northwestern University
SUBJECTS: Paleogene; Tertiary; Paleocene; Eocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

181. Chen, Hung-ming Catalytic degradation of humic acid on a granular activated carbon column.
1983 124 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Organic materials


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182. Chen, Min-Pen Calcareous nannoplankton biostratigraphy and paleoclimatic history of the Late Neogene
sediments of the northwest Florida continental shelf.
1978 478 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Algae; Foraminifera; Neogene; Miocene; Tertiary; Pliocene; Cenozoic; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

183. Chen, Nai-chi Heavy metal contamination of muck sediments from Manatee Pocket, Florida.
1990 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Martin County; Marine geology and oceanography; Estuaries

184. Cheng, Ke-Sheng Geostationary satellite and raingage network data for rainfall estimation.
1989 169 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Meteorology; Geophysics, applied; Hydrogeology and hydrology

185. Chesser, Steven A. Sediments of the west Florida Shelf.
1974 71 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf

186. Chester, Mike The stratigraphy of a modern oyster reef in the Ten Thousand Islands area of Southwest Florida.
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Quaternary; Ten Thousand Islands; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Collier County

187. Chin, Philip A. Observations of the hydrologic geochemistry of polonium.
1987 131 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Rivers, streams, and canals; Lakes; Hydrogeology and hydrology

188. Chinn, Alan F. A study in clonal populations of the foraminifera Rosalina floridana (Cushman) (Recent, Florida)
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Dalhousie
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Paleontology, invertebrate

189. Chiou, Wen-An A study of clay minerals in surface and suspended sediments from the Anclote River and
estuary, central Florida.
1976 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Anclote River; Pasco County; Pinellas County; Anclote Anchorage

190. Chu, Chung-Ming A study on the wind mixing at an anchor station off Fort Pierce Inlet, Florida.
1977 52 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Fort Pierce Inlet; St. Lucie County; Marine geology and oceanography; Atlantic Ocean

191. Churchill, Patricia A. Analysis of east Lake Tohopekaliga's water and nutrient budgets.
1983 143 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Tohopekaliga; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Osceola
County

192. Civil, Maryann T. Holocene evolution of the inner continental shelf, Ft. Pierce, Florida.
1990 136 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Fort Pierce; Continental shelf; Holocene; Marine geology and oceanography; St. Lucie County

193. Clark, David R. Sedimentology and depositional environments of a hazardous waste site in the Sand and
Gravel Aquifer of Escambia County. [ABSTRACT]
1987 178 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Pollution; Escambia County; Aquifers; Cenozoic; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering and
environmental geology; Clays; Sand and Gravel Aquifer

194. Clark, Dean S. Stratigraphy, genesis, and economic potential of the southern part of the Florida land-pebble
phosphate field. [ABSTRACTI
1972 194 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Missouri, Rolla
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Manatee County; Sarasota County; DeSoto County; Pine Level; Miocene; Hawthorn Group;
Pliocene; Bone Valley Member; Pleistocene; Economic geology, general and mining geology


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195. Clark, Murlene W. Neogene stratigraphy of southern Bay County, Florida. [NOTE]
1980 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Bay County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

196. Clarke, James T. An investigation of the estuarine structure and mass transport processes in the vicinity of
West Pass, Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
1976 176 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Apalachicola Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

197. Clarkson, Chandler L. Macrophyte species distributions and tissue chemical composition in acidic Florida lakes.
1985 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Acid rain; Hydrogeology and hydrology

198. Clasen, Martin J. Application of alternative surface geophysical techniques to hydrogeologic surveys.
(ABSTRACT]
1989 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

199 Clausner, Edward, Jr. Characteristic features of the Florida Current.
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Florida Current; Marine geology and oceanography

200. Clausner, James E. Wave refraction and beach characteristics of a cape associated shoreline, Brevard County,
Florida.
1982 150 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Atlantic Ocean; Coastal environment; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography

201. Clemens, Linda A. r Bloating of fired phosphate slimes. [ABSTRACT]
1976 51 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Phosphates; Geochemistry

202. Clement, Dee L. Fluidization characteristics of biomass-coated coal particles.
1985 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

203. Cline, Patricia V. Abiotic degradation of 1,1,1-trichloroethane: formation of 1,1-dichloroethene.
1978 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

204. Cline, Patricia V. Behavior of partially miscible organic compounds in simulated ground water systems.
1988 194 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

205. Coburn, J. Depositional environments of the Upper Caloosahatchee Marl (Pleistocene) based on the ostracod
fauna.
1973 114p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Akron
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Petrology, sedimentary

206. Coe, Curtis J. Geology of the Plio-Pleistocene sediments in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1979 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Pliocene; Escambia County; Santa Rosa County; Citronelle Formation; Heavy minerals; Stratigraphy,
historical geology; Sediments

207. Cohen, Arthur D. The petrology of some peats of southern Florida (with special reference to the origin of
coal). [NOTE]
1968 382 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State University
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Peat; Petrology, sedimentary; Everglades


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208. Cohen, Lynne A uranium disequilibrium study of the submarine springs of Spring Creek, Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1977 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Springs; Karst; Geochemistry; Spring Creek; Hydrogeology and hydrology;

209. Cohenour, Bernard C. Study of petroleum degradation by bacteria in the waters encompassing Kennedy Space
Center.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Cape Canaveral; Pollution; Oil spills and pollution; Engineering and environmental geology;
Geochemistry

210. Coho, John W. Biodegradation of jet fuel in vented columns of water unsaturated sandy soil. [ABSTRACT]
1990 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Bay County; Tyndall Air Force Base; Engineering and environmental geology; Pollution

211. Cole, Sally A. The effect of thermal stress conditions on benthic foraminifera in Biscayne Bay, Florida
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Biscayne Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

212. Coleman, Craig J. The stranded bar: a study of bar formation during storm surges at Carrabelle Beach,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978 121 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Carrabelle Beach; Franklin County; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment; Hurricanes and
storms

213. Coleman, James M. Present and past nutrient dynamics of a small pond in southwest Florida.
1979 169 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Holocene; Geochemistry; Quaternary; Organic materials; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Karst;
Sarasota County

214. Coleman, Neil M. Gravity investigation of basement structure in northwest peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Structural geology; Geophysics, applied; Basement

215. Collazo-Lopez, Humberto Characterization of sedimentary organic matter from the Florida Everglades by
inverse gas chromatography and solid state 1C NMR spectroscopy. [ABSTRACT]
1989 251 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Peat; Everglades; Geochemistry

216. Collins, Gary W. Aspects of polychaete ecology on sand beaches of the central Florida Atlantic coast.
1987 77 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sand; Coastal environment

217. Colton, Richard C. The subsurface geology of Hamilton County, Florida with emphasis on the Oligocene age
Suwannee Limestone.
1978 185 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Oligocene; Suwannee Limestone; Hamilton County; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

218. Coniglio, Mario Sedimentology of pleistocene carbonates from Big Pine Key, Florida.
1981 261 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
SUBJECTS: Florida Keys; Key Largo Limestone; Big Pine Key; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Surficial geology, quaternary geology;
Petrology, sedimentary

219. Conklin, Carleton V. The foraminifera fauna sequence in the Plio-Pleistocene strata of south Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1967 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Pliocene; Pleistocene; Cenozoic; Paleontology, invertebrate

220. Conner, Jody The significance of seepage to the water and nutrients budgets of Lake Washington.
1979 234 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington; Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Brevard County


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221. Conner, William G. Response of a soft-bottom ecosystem to physical perturbation. IABSTRACTI
1977 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Gulf of Mexico; Holocene; Paleontology, invertebrate; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine
sediments

222. Conrad, Eric H. Dissolution of carbonate minerals and rocks in dilute organic acids and its geochemical
implications to carbonate precipitation and diagenesis. [NOTEI
1971 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Carbonates

223. Cook, Douglas J. Characterization of dolomitic rocks from the coastal mixing zone of the Floridan Aquifer,
Hernando County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 93 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Hernando County; Eocene; Petrology, sedimentary

224. Cooke, J. C. The Belle Glade coral fauna of the Pleistocene Bermont Formation of south Florida.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Tulane
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Bermont Formation; Belle Glade Facies; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Corals

225. Cooke, John P. The effects of water treatment plant ozonation on trihalomethane precursor surrogate
parameters in a Biscayne Aquifer water. [ABSTRACT]
1990 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Biscayne Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

226. Cooper, Catherine R. A The diagenesis of the top of the Floridan aquifer system and model for associated
dolomite formation in Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1989 114p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Jefferson County; Madison County; Taylor County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Carbonates

227. Cooper, L. D. Porosity and cement development in Pleistocene Key Largo Limestone, Key Largo, Florida.
1982 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Bachelor's UNIVERSITY: McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Key Largo Limestone; Florida Keys; Quaternary; Petrology, sedimentary

228. Corso, William P. Development of the Early Cretaceous northwest Florida carbonate platform. [NOTE]
1987 145 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Texas, Austin
SUBJECTS: DeSoto County; Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Structural geology; Carbonates; Cretaceous

229. Costanza, Robert Embodied energy basis for economic-ecologic systems.
1979 254 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology

230. Coston, Jennifer A. Carbonate diagenesis associated with abyssal brine seeps and chemosynthetic
communities, Florida escarpment, Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1989 200 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Carbonates; Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

231. Cote, Daniel H. Applications of computer modeling techniques to determine hydraulic characteristics of
Tampa Bay. [NOTE]
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Tampa Bay; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

232. Cottrell, Daniel J. Holocene evolution of the coast and nearshore islands, northeast Florida Bay, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1989 210 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Florida Bay; Peat; Swamps; Marshes; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment; Barrier islands;
Holocene

233. Cowart, James B. Thermoluminescence, radioactivity, and time since crystallization of fluorides.
1962 39 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Radiation


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234. Craddock, G. F. Comparative sedimentology, calcarenites of the Wapanucka Formation and Recent carbonate
sands of the Florida Reef Tract.
1983 208 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Baylor University
SUBJECTS: Oklahoma; Holocene; Quaternary; Petrology, sedimentary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Reefs; Florida Keys

235. Craig, Genevieve S. Holocene sedimentation in a Pleistocene depression, south Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Quaternary; Pleistocene; Molasses Reef; Rodriguez Key; Stratigraphy, historical geology

236. Crane, James J. An investigation of the geology, hydrogeology, and hydrochemistry of the lower Suwannee
River basin. [ABSTRACT]
1983 398 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Uranium; Suwannee River; Ocala Limestone; Suwannee Limestone; Karst; Floridan Aquifer;
Hydrogeology and hydrology; Carbonates

237. Croft, Melvin Ecology and stratigraphy of the echinoids of the Ocala Limestone (Late Eocene). [NOTE]
1980 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Ocala Limestone; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Carbonates

238. Crosby, James T. Stratigraphy beneath and geologic origin of the northern Florida Straits from recent
multichannel seismic reflection data.
1980
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Delaware
SUBJECTS: Caribbean Sea; Straits of Florida; Cenozoic; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Geophysics, applied; Petrology,
sedimentary

239. Cross, John A. Land reclamation possibilities for the hard-rock phosphate district of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 346 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

240. Crowe, Douglas E. Stratigraphy and geologic history, Bunces Key, Pinellas County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS:Holocene; Barrier islands; Pinellas County; Bunces Key; Stratigraphy, historical geology

241. Culbreth, Mark A. Geophysical investigation of lineaments in south Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Lineaments; Structural geology; Geophysics, applied

242. Cullum, Michael G. r Hydrological simulation of phosphate mining reclamation alternatives. [NOTE]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering and environmental geology

243. Cunningham, Alan E. Lithofacies, depositional environments, and diagenetic alteration of the Smackover
Formation on the Manila Embayment of southwest Alabama. [NOTE]
1984
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Alabama
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Smackover Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology

244. Cunningham, C. P. Analysis of sand-sized sediments from Lemon Bay, Florida, using a visual-accumulation
settling tube.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Lemon Bay; Sarasota County; Marine geology and oceanography

245. Cunningham, Robert, Jr. Organic-inorganic interactions of marine humic substances from carbonate sediments:
metal binding and adsorption studies. (ABSTRACT]
1980 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Dallas
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Organic materials; Bahamas; Sediments; Metals; Florida Keys; West Indies

246. Cushman-Roisin, Mary The hydrological inverse problem: reconsideration and application to the microcomputer.
1986 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sand and Gravel Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers


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247. Cutright, Bruce L. Hydrogeology of a cypress swamp, north-central Alachua County, Florida. (ABSTRACTI
1974 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Cypress swamps

248. Czoer, K. E. Paleoecology of the Upper Pliocene portion of the Tamiami Formation, Southwest Florida.
1982 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati
SUBJECTS: Sedimentary rocks; Pliocene; Tamiami Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Reefs; Stratigraphy, historical geology

249. Daggett, Joyce M. Sediments of the Indian River and the impound waters near Kennedy Space Center.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Indian River; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Estuaries; Cape Canaveral

250. Dallemagne, Pierre G. Determination of trace inorganic and organometallic compounds of mercury in sea water.
1974 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Mercury; Metals; Marine geology and oceanography; Geochemistry

251. Dalton, Matthew G. Geochemistry of the contact between bicarbonate and upwelling sulfate waters in the
Floridan Aquifer.
1978 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Peace River; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

252. Daniels, Lloyd C., II The Florida Geological Survey.
1973 123 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Florida Geological Survey

253. D'arcy, Kimberley A. Source and identity of clay-sized aluminosilicate material in muck sediments, Crane
Creek, Florida.
1987 65 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Crane Creek; Brevard County; Sediments; Organic materials; Marine geology and oceanography

254. Daugherty, Gregory L. Geobotanical interpretation of the geology and phosphate occurrences of north-
central Florida as determined by Landsat imagery. [ABSTRACT]
1977 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Geophysics, applied

255. Davies, Thomas D. Peat formation in Florida Bay and its significance in interpreting the recent vegetation and
geological history of the Bay area.
1980 338 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Peat; Miami Limestone; Florida Bay; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Cenozoic; Surficial geology, quaternary
geology

256. Davis, Jerry D. The origin of arcuate sand ridges in the Okefenokee Swamp. IABSTRACT)
1987 319 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Suwannee Limestone; Okefenokee Swamp; Heavy minerals; Petrology, sedimentary; Estuaries

257. Deason, Douglas M. Controlled dispersion and coagulation phenomena in phosphate slime dewatering.
[ABSTRACT]
1980 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

258. Debellevue, Edward B. Energy basis for an agricultural region: Hendry County, Florida.
1976 205 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hendry County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

259. Deetae, Suchint A Release and transport of radium during weathering in central and north Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1986 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Radium; Uranium; Isotopes; Suwannee River; Levy County; Estuaries; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary; Radon;
Sediments


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260. DeFelice, D. Model studies of epiphytic and epipelic diatoms of upper Florida Bay and associated sounds.
1975
DFGREF IEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SIUJf CIS: Al(ga!; Gull of Mexico; Florila Ray; Paloontology, paloobotiny

261. DeHaven, Eric C. Integrated study of the fresh-water/salt-water interface on a barrier island. IABSTRACTI
1987 150 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Salt-water intrusion; Volusia County; Barrier islands; Hydrogeology and hydrology

262. Dehmer, Janet Petrographic and organic-geochemical study of Recent peats and lignites; facies and genesis of
banded lignite. (NOTE: Dissertation is in German)
1988
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Rheinisch-Westfaelisch Tech. Hochsch., Aachen, Germany
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Quaternary; Tertiary; Swamps; Peat; Petrology, sedimentary

263. Deininger, Donald T. An investigation of groundwater in northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia by
analysis of its tritium content.
1973 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Isotopes; Floridan Aquifer

264. Denton, William K. Computer simulation of the groundwater system in the upper Etonia Creek basin, western
Clay County, Florida.
1991 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Clay County; Etonia Creek; Aquifers; Models

265. Dewall, A. E. Geomorphology and coastal processes along the southeastern Florida coast.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: George Washington University
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal environment; Surficial geology, geomorphology

266. Diblin, Mark C. Description, occurence and origin of an enigmatic sedimentary structure from the Ocala
Limestone, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 116 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Ocala Limestone; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary

267. Dierberg, Forrest E. The effects of secondary sewage effluent on the water quality, nutrient cycles and mass
Balances, and accumulation of soil organic matter in cypress domes.
1980 311 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Waste disposal; Geochemistry; Gainesville; Cypress domes; Organic materials; Wetlands; Engineering
and environmental geology

268. Dill, Richard E. A study of the circulation in the lagoons encompassing the Kennedy Space Center.
1974 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Lagoons; Cape Canaveral; Brevard County

269. Dillard, Robert B. A comparative study of two ecologically independent lagoonal bodies of water to determine
the relative effectiveness of sewerage systems versus septic systems in preventing chemical and biological
production.
1972 67 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Lagoons; Engineering and environmental geology; Waste disposal

270. Dimmick, Charles W. The age of the blue-green clay outcropping in the Crescent Beach Spring. [ABSTRACT]
1964 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Atlantic Ocean; Miocene; Oligocene; St. Johns County; Crescent Beach; Marine geology and
oceanography

271. DiPlacido, A. J. Definition and interpretation of the Upper Tamiami Formation in Collier County, southwest
Florida, using R-mode factor analysis and cluster analyses of petrologic variables.
1980
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Collier County; Tamiami Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary; Stratigraphy, historical
geology


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272. Dix, George R. Shallow-burial diagenesis of deep-water Neogene and Quaternary periplatform carbonates,
northern Bahamas.
1988 292 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Syracuse University
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; Neogene; Tertiary; Quaternary; Exuma Sound; Petrology, sedimentary; Straits of Florida; Carbonates

273. Dixon, Frederik S. Paleoecology of an Eocene mud-flat deposit (Avon Park Formation, Claibornian) in Florida.
(ABSTRACT]
1972 45 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Avon Park Formation; Claiborne Group; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Levy County

274. Doig, Marion T., III Distribution of selected trace metals in west Florida streams. [ABSTRACT]
1971 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Rivers, streams, and canals; Hydrogeology and hydrology

275. Dolan, Thomas J. Effect of secondarily treated effluent on a central Florida freshwater marsh ecosystem
with estimation of phosphorus budget. [ABSTRACT]
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marshes; Waste disposal; Palatlakaha River; Clermont; Engineering and environmental geology; Lake County

276. Dolliver, Claire V. The geomorphology of the west-central Florida peninsula. [ABSTRACT]
1965 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Withlacoochee River; Brooksville Ridge;
Springs

277. Dolske, Donald A. Diurnal cyclic variations in the concentration of certain nutrient materials in the Indian River.
1976 68 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Marine geology and oceanography

278. Doyle, James R. Evaluation of land use alternatives to control urban storm water quality. [ABSTRACT)
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Hogtown Creek; Gainesville; Runoff; Waste disposal

279. Drehle, William A sedimentary investigation of the large linear sand bodies exposed in Gulf County, Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf County; Sand; Petrology, sedimentary

280. Dreyer, Charles F. A Some aspects of dissolved and particulate organic carbon in nearshore environments of
the Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1973 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Organic materials; Marine geology and oceanography; Everglades; Turkey Point; Marshes

281. Druffel, Ellen M. Radiocarbon in annual coral rings of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. [ABSTRACT]
1980 228 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of California, San Diego
SUBJECTS: Pacific Ocean; Atlantic Ocean; Isotopes; Reefs; Holocene; Corals; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography; Geochemistry

282. DuBar, Jules R. Stratigraphy and paloecology of the Late Neogene strata of the Caloosahatchee River area of
southern Florida.
1956
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Kansas
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Caloosahatchee River; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Lee County

283. Dudley, Debra K. A new species of Lithophaga (Bivalvia) and its paleoecologic implications for the Florida
Eocene. [ABSTRACT]
1986 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Crystal River Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Paleontology, general

284. Dudley, Joseph P. Wildlife and landscape of Late Pleistocene Florida: the paleoecology of Rancholabrean
mammoth-mastodont faunas in southeastern North America.
1987 232 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Paleontology, vertebrate


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285. Dufresne, Douglas P. k Distribution of MgO, palygorskite and other minerals in a north Florida phosphorite.
IABSTRACTI
1988 117 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Silicates; Economic geology, nonmetals; Phosphates; Minerals

286. Dunn, William J. Ecological paradigms, species interactions, and primary succession on phosphate-mined land.
1989 193 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

287. Duttman, James D. Effect of loop current position on sea level at St. Petersburg, Florida.
1981 31 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography

288. Dyka, Mary Ann K. Environmental conditions associated with modern dolomite in the lower Florida Keys.
1984
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Florida Keys; Petrology, sedimentary

289. Dzou lyh Ping, Leon In-situ and pyrolytic hydrocarbons in carbonate sediments from Florida Bay.
1985 109 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Dallas
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Florida Bay; Economic geology, energy sources

290. Earley, Charles F. The sediments of Card Sound, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1967 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Card Sound; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography

291. Echols, Ronald J. The bryozoan fauna of the Tamiami Formation (Upper Miocene) of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1960 78 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Tamiami Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, invertebrate

292. Edwards, Norman C. A study of the circulation and st(r)atification of Escambia Bay, Florida.
1976 192 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Escambia County; Marine geology and oceanography

293. Eger, James D. Experiments in offshore shallow high resolution seismic refraction profiling. [ABSTRACT]
1975 71 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Bal Harbour; Brevard County; Melbourne Beach; Geophysics, applied; Coastal environment

294. Eichenberger, N. L. Trace element distribution and diagenesis of the Anastasia Formation, northeastern Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; St. Johns County; Anastasia Formation; St. Augustine Island; Pleistocene; Quaternary;
Petrology, sedimentary; Geochemistry

295. Eichenholtz, Marc Sediment characteristics of selected beach ridges along Florida's northeastern coast.
[ABSTRACT]
1986 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Amelia Island; Little Talbot Island; Barrier islands; Georgia; Sediments

296. Eld, Terry J. H. The description and origin of Holey limestone in the (Pleistocene) Key Largo Formation of the
Florida Keys.
1963
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Wisconsin
SUBJECTS: Key Largo Limestone; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Florida Keys; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Petrology,
sedimentary

297. Ellison, Evard P. A size distribution study of coastal sands of northern Florida.
1949
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Missouri
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Sand; Coastal environment; Petrology, sedimentary

298. Elsner, Harald Geologie der schwermineral-seifenlagerstatten im nordosten Floridas. (Note: Text in German)
INOTEI
1992
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University Hannover, Germany
SUBJECTS: Economic geology, general and mining geology; Trail Ridge; Heavy minerals; Georgia; Clay County; Duval
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299. Emmerling, Michael D. The recent beach sands of Dog Island, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1975 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Franklin County; Dog Island; Sand; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Coastal environment

300. Emrich, Grover H. Sedimentation studies in the Hawthorn Formation of northwestern Florida. INOTE]
1957 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Hawthorn Group; Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Sediments; Liberty County; Leon County; Gadsden County;
Jefferson County; Citronelle Formation

301. Emslie, Steven D. The origin, evolution and extinction of condors in the new world. [ABSTRACT]
1987 183 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: California; Cenozoic; Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Paleontology, vertebrate

302. Enright, Robert V. A Relating the effects of oceanic tidal loading of a confined aquifer in Sarasota County,
Florida, to fluctuations in well-water levels. (ABSTRACTI
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Sarasota County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

303. Entsminger, Lee D. A Beach pads and beach cusps, St. Joseph peninsula, Florida. [NOTE]
1978 153 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: St. Joseph Spit; Franklin County; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment

304. Eppert, Herbert C., Jr. A Stratigraphy of the Upper Miocene deposits in Sarasota County, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1963 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Sarasota County; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

305. Ernst, Richard J. A Trail Ridge: a computerized interpretation based on heavy mineral data. IABSTRACTI
1984 59 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy minerals; Trail Ridge; Bradford County; Stratigraphy, historical geology
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306. Estabrook, Robert H. Phytoplankton ecology and hydrography of Apalachicola Bay.
1973 166 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Apalachicola Bay

307. Estes, Carole J. Chemical and structural analysis of an aluminum hydroxy-interlayered clay from terra rossa
soil, south Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils; Petrology, sedimentary; Miami Limestone

308. Eutsler, R. L. The porous laminated crust of the lower Florida Keys; a possible Recent algal stromatolite.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Miami Limestone; Sedimentary rocks; Holocene; Algae; Florida Keys; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

309. Evans, Andrew J. A study and evaluation of saltwater intrusion in the Floridan Aquifer by means of a Hele-
Shaw model.
1975 228 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Pasco County; Salt-water intrusion; Tarpon Springs; Dade City; Hydrogeology and hydrology

310. Evans, Charles C. A Aspects of the depositional and diagenetic history of the Miami Limestone: control of
primary sedimentary fabric over early cementation and porosity development. [ABSTRACTI
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Miami Limestone; Pleistocene; Dade County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

311. Evans, Mark W. Barrier island development from lagoonal stratigraphy and sedimentation, northern Pinellas
County, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1983 148 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Barrier islands; Pinellas County; Tampa Member; Karst; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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312. Evans, Mark W. Late Miocene to Quaternary seismic and lithologic sequence stratigraphy of the Charlotte
Harbor area: southwest Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1989 379 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Quaternary; Miocene; Tertiary; Charlotte Harbor; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Estuaries;
Karst

313. Evans, Richard G. A sedimentological study of Greater Gullivan Bay, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gullivan Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Sediments; Collier County

314. Fan, Songmiao Acidity of atmospheric areosols of north Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 82 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Jacksonville; Tallahassee; Pollution; Acid rain; Engineering and environmental geology

315. Faulk, Kenneth L. Distribution and controls of Ostracoda within Coupon Bight (Recent), Big Pine Key, Florida.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio University
SUBJECTS: Ostracoda; Holocene; Big Pine Key; Coupon Bight; Florida Keys; Paleontology, invertebrate

316. Fein, Michael N. Bivens' Arm, Gainesville, Florida: a biogenic source of sulfur to the atmosphere.
ABSTRACTI
1975 45 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Gainesville; Bivens' Arm Lake; Alachua County; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

317. Fellers, Thomas J. SEM study of the flocculation, settling behavior, and microtextures of phosphatic clay
slimes. INOTE]
1978 164 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Economic geology, nonmetals; Waste disposal

318. Fellows, Charles R. The significance of seepage in the water and nutrient budgets of selected Florida lakes.
[ABSTRACT]
1978 140 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lake Conway; Lake Apopka; Lake Weir; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Orange County; Lake County

319. Fenk, Edward M. Sedimentology and stratigraphy of Middle and Upper Eocene carbonate rocks, Lake,
Hernando, and Levy Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Lake County; Hernando County; Levy County; Avon Park Formation; Ocala Limestone; Paleogene;
Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Petrology, sedimentary

320. Fennell, Edward L. The relation of gravity to structural geology and hydrological features in parts of
Gadsden, Leon, and Wakulla Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gadsden County; Leon County; Wakulla County; Structural geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geophysics,
applied; Karst

321. Ferber, R. J. Depositional and diagenetic history of the Sunniland Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Lehigh Park
Field, Lee County, Florida.
1984 351 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Southwestern Louisiana
SUBJECTS: Lee County; Sunniland Limestone; Lake Trafford Formation; Lehigh Park Field; Cretaceous; Economic geology,
energy sources; Estuaries; Lagoons

322. Fettes, Sandra M. A study of the concentration of selected heavy metals in leaves of Laguncularia racemosa in
the Kennedy Space Center area.
1975 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Heavy metals; Estuaries; Cape Canaveral; Brevard County

323. Fields, John D. Now or Else.
1972 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology


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324. Files, Edgar, J., Jr. Effects of maintenance dredging on sediment distribution in Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Alabama
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Marine sediments; Apalachicola Bay; Franklin County; Marine geology and oceanography

325. Filewicz, Mark V. The Upper and Lower Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils of south Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1976 138 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Algae; Paleontology, paleobotany; Cretaceous; Stratigraphy, historical geology

326. Finigan, John Viscosities of lagoonal waters compared with selected physical parameters.
1972 28 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Thermal pollution; Rivers, streams, and canals; Lakes; Lagoons

327. Finney, Vernon L. Mineralogy of ferruginous concretions.
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Heavy metals

328. Fischer, Alfred G. Petrology of Eocene limestones in and around the Citrus-Levy County area, Florida.
1953
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Columbia University
SUBJECTS: Citrus County; Levy County; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary

329. Fitzwater, Matthew E. A preliminary contaminant assessment of an abandoned Palm Bay landfill.
1988 199 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Palm Bay; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Brevard County

330. Flanigan, George A. Degradation of oil in natural marine environments.
1974 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Oil spills and pollution; Pollution

331. Fleece, James B. The carbonate geochemistry and sedimentology of the keys of Florida Bay, Florida. [NOTE]
1962 112 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary; Geochemistry; Florida Bay

332. Flores, Concepcion E. Adsorption-desorption studies of phenylmercuric acetate onto model and natural
sediments.
1988 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Estuaries; Marine geology and oceanography; Geochemistry

333. Floyd, James G. Stratigraphic distribution of Upper Eocene larger foraminifera in northeastern Levy County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1962 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Levy County; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

334. Fontaine, Thomas D. Community metabolism patterns and a simulation model of a lake in central Florida.
1978 416 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Models; Engineering and environmental geology

335. Ford, Earl The agar-digesting bacteria of the Anclote Estuary. [ABSTRACT]
1977 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Anclote Estuary; Marine geology and oceanography; Pinellas County

336. Foreman, Willie E. Phosphate mining in Hamilton County, Florida.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Virginia Tech.
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Hamilton County; Economic geology, general and mining geology

337. Fortia, Fawzi J. Distribution and sources of Florida beach tars.
1984 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Oil spills and pollution; Marine geology and oceanography


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338. Foss, Daniel W. Chemical interaction of surficial and Floridan Aquifer waters in recharge wells in the Central
Florida Phosphate District.
1991 163 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

339. Fowler, Todd A. Local variations in the modern carbonate depositional environment, Bahia Honda Key, Florida
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Arlington
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Bahia Honda Key; Florida Keys; Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography

340. Francisco, Valerie R. In situ surfactant enhanced flushing of a sandy surficial aquifer contaminated with
gasoline hydrocarbons. [ABSTRACT]
1990 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Surficial aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology

341. Franks, Bernard J. Transport of organic contaminants in a surficial sand aquifer: hydrogeologic and
geochemical processes affecting transport movement. [ABSTRACT]
1988 131 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Organic materials; Geochemistry; Pensacola Formation; Hydrogeology and hydrology

342. Frazier, Dinah L. An evaluation of the Florida Landuse Database system. [ABSTRACT]
1986 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

343. Freeman, John H. Fallout plutonium and naturally occurring radionuclides in annual bands from Montastrea
annularis, Broward County, Florida.
1985 59 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of North Carolina
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Broward County; Geochemistry; Corals

344. Fretwell, Judy D. Resistivity study of the shallow fresh water-salt water interface in selected coastal areas
of Citrus County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Geochemistry; Petrology, sedimentary

345. Fricke, Robert A. The effects of salinity and dissolved organic carbon in the extractability and degradation of
diethylnitrosamine.
1981 46 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Organic materials

346. Friedersdorff, Louis S. A survey of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and degradation products resulting from an
aquatic weed control program.
1980 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

347. Froehlich, D. J. The rock reefs of the Everglades of south Florida.
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Syracuse University
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Reefs; Miami Limestone; Everglades; Florida Bay; Pleistocene; Quaternary;
Petrology, sedimentary

348. Fruland, Robert M. A numerical model for the calculation of suspended sediment under estuarine conditions.
[NOTE]
1974 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Estuaries

349. Fuhr, Joseph M. Stratigraphy and depositional history of the Pleistocene bedrock underlying Florida Bay.
1988 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Stephen F. Austin University
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Miami Limestone; Florida Bay; Cape Sable; Marine geology and oceanography; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

350. Fuller, Wayne R. A Heat flow reconnaissance of Florida.
1976 78 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied


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351. Fulthorpe, Craig S. Paleoceanographic and tectonic controls on Neogene carbonate deposition in shelf, slope
and pelagic settings. [ABSTRACT]
1988 262 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Northwestern University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Miocene; Straits of Florida; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Carbonates

352. Furlong, William J. Depositional environment of the Chipola Formation, Calhoun County, Florida.
1980
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Tulane University
SUBJECTS: Chipola Formation; Calhoun County; Neogene; Tertiary; Miocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

353. Galicki, Alan M. An application of the lead-210 geochronological method in cores from Lake Jackson, Leon
County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1977 155 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Leon County; Lake Jackson; Isotopes; Geochronology

354. Gallivan, Lyle B. Sediment transport in a mesotidal inlet: Matanzas Inlet, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; St. Johns County; Matanzas Inlet; Marine geology and oceanography

355. Gallop, Roger G. Organic sediments and overlying water column of Crane Creek.
1975 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Crane Creek; Marine sediments; Organic materials; Marine geology and oceanography

356. Gannon, Patrick T. On the influence of surface thermal properties and clouds on the south Florida sea
breeze. [ABSTRACT)
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Meteorology; Engineering and environmental geology; Marine geology and oceanography

357. Garcia Bengochea, Jose I. The determination of aquifer constants using water-level observations in the
pumping well. [NOTE]
1963 140 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

358. Garcia Bengochea, Jose I. A An evaluation of the Jaeger method for the determination of aquifer constants.
[ABSTRACT]
1960 84 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cuba; Titusville; Aquifers; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

359. Gardemal, Jeffrey M. Lower and Middle Cretaceous carbonates of southeastern North America: a comparison
of lithofacies, anatomy and erosion. [ABSTRACT]
1989 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Cretaceous; Carbonates; Marine geology and oceanography

360. Gardener, Cassel S. Small grains in reclamation of phosphatic settling pond clays in south central Florida.
1989 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Polk County; Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

361. Gardulski, Anne F. A Climatic and oceanographic controls on the Neogene sedimentary framework of the outer
west Florida carbonate ramp. [ABSTRACT]
1987 240 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Syracuse University
SUBJECTS: Sedimentary rocks; Tertiary; Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Bahamas; West Indies; Stratigraphy, historical
geology; Marine geology and oceanography

362. Garren, Robert A. A Macrophyte species composition: trophic state relationships in fourteen north and north
central Florida lakes. IABSTRACT]
1982 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Pollution; Alachua County; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

363. Gartland, Jeffrey D. A Experimental dissolution-reprecipitation processes with two Florida limestones.
[ABSTRACT]
1979 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates


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364. Gary, Anthony C. Habitat and morphology of Recent benthic foraminifera, northwest Gulf of Mexico.
IABSTRACTI
1988
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Carolina
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Foraminifera; Stratigraphy, historical geology

365. Gassaway, John D. The mineralogy and geochemistry of the sediments of the Straits of Florida.
1969 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: George Washington
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography; Minerals; Geochemistry; Petrology,
sedimentary

366. Gaul, Roy D. Circulation over the continental margin of the northeast Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf; Marine geology and oceanography

367. Gay, Michael C. A Evaluation of a ground transient electromagnetic remote sensing method for the deep
detection and monitoring of salt-water interfaces. (ABSTRACTI
1983 148 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Salt-water intrusion; Gulf of Mexico; Aquifers; Geophysics, applied

368. Gayle, Timothy L. A Systems models for understanding eutrophication in Lake Okeechobee. IABSTRACT]
1975 119p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lake Okeechobee; Pollution; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

369. Gebelein, Conrad D. Sedimentology and ecology of a Recent carbonate faces mosaic, Cape Sable, Florida.
1972 244 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Brown
SUBJECTS: Cape Sable; Monroe County; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates

370. Geiger, Mark L. The effects of ultraviolet-B (280-320 nm) radiation on the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana.
1977 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Geochemistry; Radiation

371. Gerami, Abbas Hydrogeology of the St. Marks River basin, northwest Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Wakulla County; St. Marks River; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Jefferson County; Leon County

372. Germann, Robert W. A synoptic survey of bacteriological indicators of pollution in Lake Washington.
1980 111 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington; Pollution; Brevard County

373. Gibeaut, James C. Morphodynamic classification, evolution, and modeling of unstructured inlets in west-central
Florida.
1991 192 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment

374. Gibney, Richard D., III. An analysis of urban water demand for southeast Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 212 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology

375. Gibson, Christy R. Post-Pleistocene biostratigraphic and paleoenvironmental analysis of Salt Lake, Brevard
County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Lakes; Brevard County; Salt Lake; St. Johns River; Foraminifera; Algae; Surficial geology, quaternary
geology

376. Gibson, R. B., Jr. Crustal structure across the West Florida Escarpment from gravity data.
1962 26 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf; Geophysics, solid earth; Marine geology and oceanography; Basement

377. Gillespie, Dennis P. Hydrogeology of the Austin Cary Control Dome in Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Austin Cary Dome; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Cypress domes; Aquifers


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378. Gilliland, Martha W. Man's impact on the phosphorus cycle in Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1973 269 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Waste disposal; Geochemistry; Phosphates; Peace River; Estuaries; Charlotte Harbor

379. Ginsburg, Robert N. Lithification and alteration processes in south Florida carbonate deposits.
1954
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Chicago
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary

380. Girard, Oswald W., Jr. r The geology of the Gainesville West Quadrangle, Alachua County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1968 56 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Areal geology, general

381. Given, Christopher J. The degradation of aldicarb, aldicarb sulfoxide, and aldicarb sulfone in groundwaters
underlying citrus groves in Indian River County, Florida.
1984 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Indian River County; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

382. Glascock, Claudia J. Trace metal geochemistry of sediments from Turkey Creek, Florida.
1987 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Metals; Geochemistry; Marine sediments; Turkey Creek; Brevard County

383. Glatzel, Karen A. R. Water budget for the Indian River lagoon: an overview of land use effects.
1986 203 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Lagoons; Engineering and environmental geology

384. Gleason, Patrick J. The origin, sedimentation and stratigraphy of a calcitic mud located in the southern fresh-
water Everglades. [ABSTRACT]
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Holocene; Minerals; Algae; Everglades; Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary

385. Gleece, James B. The carbonate geochemistry and sedimentology of the Keys of Florida Bay, Florida.
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Monroe County; Florida Bay; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography; Carbonates; Petrology,
sedimentary

386. Glickman, Perry N. The effect of ultraviolet radiation on the horizontal movement of the Calanoid copepod,
Acartia tonsa.
1981 45 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Marine geology and oceanography

387. Goddard, Robert E. Magnesium residence in phosphorites of the southern extension of the central Florida
phosphate district. [ABSTRACT]
1984 67 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Minerals; Phosphates; Economic geology, nonmetals

388. Godwin, Robert B. Rates of salt accumulating on artificial aerial collectors in Brevard County, Florida.
1972 42 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Geochemistry; Brevard County

389. Goetschius, David W. Preliminary sedimentological and geomorphological study of certain high terrace sands
between the Ochlockonee and Apalachicola Rivers, Liberty and Gadsden Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Gadsden County; Liberty County; Ochlockonee River; Apalachicola River; Surficial geology,
geomorphology

390. Goetz, Carole L. A study of humic acid distribution throughout the Tampa Bay estuarine system. IABSTRACTI
1972 78 p.
DEGRFF I.FVEI : Malstor's UNIVFRSITY: University of Soiilh floridal
SUBJLC(IS: LstuirFIes; iimil) IIy; Hod tu0o; Or(|itio: ;I1,trmills


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391. Goetz, James E. A petrologic and petrographic investigation of some Suwannee Limestones near Brooksville,
Florida. INOTEI
1973 42 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hernando County; Brooksville; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates; Pasco County; Suwannee Limestone

392. Goldsmith, Victor The Recent sedimentary environment of Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida. (ABSTRACT)
1966 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Choctawhatchee Bay; Petrology, sedimentary; Okaloosa County,
Walton County; Estuaries

393. Goldstein, Robert F. Comparison of Silurian chitinozoans from Florida well samples with those from the Red
Mountain Formation in Alabama and Georgia. (ABSTRACTI
1970 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Silurian; Georgia; Alabama; Paleontology, general; Stratigraphy, historical geology

394. Goldstein, Susan T. The distribution and ecology of benthic foraminifera in a south Florida mangrove
environment. IABSTRACTI
1976 111 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Mangrove swamps; Holocene; Quaternary; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Turkey Point;
Coastal environment

395. Gomberg, David N. Geology of the Pourtales Terrace, Straits of Florida. [ABSTRACT!
1976 391 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Straits of Florida; Pourtales Terrace; Florida Current; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary

396. Gonzalez, Richard X. Effects of waste phosphatic clay and organic amendments on plant uptake and
extractability of selected heavy metals.
1988 158 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Engineering and environmental geology

397. Goode, Richard W., III Vertical distribution of sulfide in the organic soils of the northern Everglades: Palm
Beach County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Palm Beach County; Everglades; Surficial geology, soils

398. Goodson, Robert H. Application of EMI conductivity methods and numerical filtering to mapping of the
saltwater interface, Cape Coral, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1987 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Lee County; Cape Coral; Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geophysics, applied

399. Goulet, Normand A. The dynamics of soluble and particulate lead in an urban runoff detention basin.
1985 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution; Heavy metals; Runoff

400. Gow, Diane A. Oxygen enhanced in situ biodegradation of a contaminated surficial aquifer. [ABSTRACT]
1990 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Surficial aquifer

401. Grace, Scott R. Sedimentary phosphorus in the Myakka and Peace River estuaries, Charlotte Harbor, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1977 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Myakka River; Peace River; Charlotte Harbor; Phosphates; Estuaries; Marine sediments; Sarasota County;
Charlotte County

402. Grady, William C. Sediments of Florida Bay near Islamorada, Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: West Virginia University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Monroe County; Islamorada; Florida Bay; Florida Keys; Petrology, sedimentary; Marine geology and
oceanography

403. Graham, Joseph J. The foraminifera of the Marianna Limestone of Florida.
1939
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Northwestern University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Marianna Limestone; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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404. Graves, Robin E. Physical, mineralogical, and interfacial bonding properties of carbonate and silicate mineral
aggregates used in portland cement concrete in Florida.
1991 176 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Silicates; Carbonates; Economic geology, nonmetals

405. Graves, Robin E. Strength developed from carbonate cementation in silica/carbonate systems as influenced
by cement-particle mineralogy. [ABSTRACT]
1987 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Minerals; Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary

406. Gray, James R. A Genesis of a Holocene carbonate mud mound in Florida Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1978 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography; Carbonates; Florida Bay; Surficial geology,
geomorphology; Marine sediments

407. Green, M. A. Survey of endolithic organisms from the Northwest Bering Sea, Jamaica, and Florida Bay.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Algae; Gulf of Mexico; Jamaica; Florida Bay; West Indies; Bering Sea; Paleontology, paleobotany

408. Greenberg, L. T. The fate of hexadecane in an upper-intertidal and low-energy sandy beach.
1980 25 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Oil spills and pollution; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography

409. Gregory, John S. A Stratigraphy and geologic history of an emerging barrier complex, northern Pinellas County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1984 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Barrier islands; Pinellas County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Anclote Key; Honeymoon Island

410. Gremillion, L. Ray The origin of attapulgite in the Miocene strata of Florida and Georgia. [ABSTRACT]
1965 139 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Miocene; Mineralogy and crystallography

411. Grillaki, Despina The experimental separation of oceanic finestructure due to internal waves from that due to
inhomogeneities.
1982 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography

412. Grinnell, Philip C., Jr. The Sunniland Limestone within the Forty Mile Bend area, Monroe and Dade Counties,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 136 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sedimentary rocks; Cretaceous; Monroe County; Dade County; Sunniland Limestone; Forty Mile Bend;
Stratigraphy, historical geology; Economic geology, energy sources

413. Grinnell, Robert S., Jr. Structure and development of oyster reefs on the Suwannee River delta, Florida.
1971 199 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: State University of New York at Binghamton
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Holocene; Suwannee River; Marine geology and oceanography

414. Groome, Chadi D. Naturally occurring terrestrial radioactivity in selected areas of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1977 58 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils; Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation; Phosphates

415. Gross, Francesca E. H. Characteristics of small stream floodplain ecosystems in north and central Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1987 167 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Rivers, streams, and canals; Engineering and environmental geology

416. Guerin, William F. A Studies on the speciation and distribution of low-molecular weight sulfur compounds in
sediments. [ABSTRACT]
1978 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Geochemistry; Marine sediments


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417. Gunning, Susan P. The distribution of uranium in phosphorites of central Florida. IABSTRACTI
1978 77 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Polk County; Hillsborough County; Bone Valley Member; Geochemistry; Phosphates

418. Gurr, Theodore M. The geology of a central Florida peat bog, section 26, Township 30 South, Range 25
East, Polk County, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1972 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Polk County; Peat; Surficial geology, geomorphology

419. Gustafson, Rayford B. A microscopic analysis of the Moodys Branch Marl.
1951
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Mississippi
SUBJECTS: Moody Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology

420. Guthrie, Dwayne P. Energetics analysis of resource recovery systems for Hillsborough County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1979 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Hillsborough County; Engineering and environmental geology

421. Hackathorn, M. Foraminifera and some associated microorganisms of Lemon Bay, Florida.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Lemon Bay; Holocene; Paleontology, invertebrate

422. Haddad, Kenneth D. Hydrographic factors associated with west Florida toxic red tide blooms: an assessment
for satellite prediction and monitoring. [ABSTRACTI
1982 155 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Red tide

423. Haeger, Steven D. Applying the FWQA hydrodynamic model to the Indian River.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

424. Hagemeyer, R. Todd Resistivity study of the lower Withlacoochee River Cross-Florida Barge Canal complex.
[ABSTRACT]
1988 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Withlacoochee River; Cross-Florida Barge Canal; Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and
hydrology; Geophysics, applied

425. Hale, David A. Observations of the nearshore currents off Hutchinson Island, east central Florida.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Hutchinson Island; St. Lucie County; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment

426. Haley, Francis L. A sedimentary-stratigraphic study of insoluble residues of the Oligocene limestones of the
Florida Panhandle. INOTE]
1956
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sedimentary rocks; Oligocene; Carbonates; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Suwannee
Limestone

427. Haley, Patrick C. An analysis of the channel sediments of the Ochlockonee River. [NOTE]
1956
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Ochlockonee River; Petrology, sedimentary; Heavy minerals; Marine sediments

428. Halter, Clarence R. Phosphate deposits of Florida.
1927
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Columbia
SUBJECTS: Economic geology, nonmetals; Phosphates

429. Halvatzis, Gregory J. The use of pH to determine the percentage of portland cement required for the
stabilization of tropical and subtropical soils. IABSTRACT)
1975 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils


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430. Hamm, David C. Benthic algae of the Anclote River estuary, Tarpon Springs, Florida. INOTEI
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Anclote River; Estuaries; Tarpon Springs; Pinellas County; Marine geology and oceanography; Algae

431. Hammes, Ursula Sedimentation patterns, sequence stratigraphy, cyclicity, and diagenesis of Early Oligocene
carbonate ramp deposits, Suwannee Formation, southwest Florida, U.S.A. IABSTRACTI
1992 344 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Colorado
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Oligocene; Suwannee Limestone; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Sediments; Carbonates

432. Hammond, Weldon W., Jr. Hydrogeology of the Lower Glen Rose Aquifer, south-central Texas. IABSTRACT]
1984 344 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Austin
SUBJECTS: Texas; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Isotopes

433. Hancock, Michael C. r Analysis of water resources problems using electronic spreadsheets. [ABSTRACTI
1986 198 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pasco County; Cypress Creek; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

434. Hand, Joseph G. Water quality modeling of the middle St. Johns River system. [ABSTRACT]
1975 125 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; St. Johns River; Pollution; Models; Lake Monroe; Lake Harney; Econlochatchee
River; Lake Jessup

435. Handel, Donna J. A petrographic study of the chert within the upper Ocala Limestone at a selected site in
central Marion County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 88 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Chert; Marion County; Ocala Limestone; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary

436. Hanke, Albert R., Jr. Aquatic chemistry of boron and silica in estuaries of the Gulf of Mexico. [NOTE]
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Charlotte Harbor; Gulf of Mexico; Choctawhatchee Bay; Silicates; Estuaries

437. Hansen, John K. The distribution of gamma radiation in the surficial deposits of the Florida panhandle.
[ABSTRACT]
1988 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Radon; Madison County; Jefferson County; Leon County; Gadsden County; Liberty County;
Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation; Hawthorn Group

438. Happell, James D. Analysis of sterols in sediments from the Everglades, Florida and from Jellyfish Lake, Palau.
1989 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Hydrogeology and hydrology

439. Harder, Angelika M. A study on gasoline and its behavior in a soil/water environment.
1987 134 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Soils; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

440. Hardin, Elizabeth N. An electrochemical evaluation of a contaminated aquifer. [ABSTRACT]
1989 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

441. Harlem, Peter W. r Aerial photographic interpretation of the historical changes in northern Biscayne Bay,
Florida: 1925 to 1976. [ABSTRACT]
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Biscayne Bay; Dade County; Engineering and environmental geology

442. Harper, John A. Gastropods of the Suwannee Limestone (Oligocene) of peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1972 143 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Oligocene; Suwannee Limestone; Paleogene; Tertiary; Cenozoic; Paleontology, invertebrate


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443. Harrison, William B., III Epigenetic growth of calcite-cemented nodules within a porous dolomite matrix:
Avon Park Formation of central Florida. IABSTRACT]
1969 91 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Avon Park Formation

444. Hart, Thomas L. An ecological study of epipsammic diatoms from sediments associated with Juncus
roemerianus in a northwest Florida salt marsh.
1977 191 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Algae; Holocene; Marshes; Coastal environment; Paleontology, paleobotany

445. Hauch, Robert G. Toxicity of sodium pentachlorophenate to the estuarine calanoid copepod, Pseudodiaptomus
coronatus.
1980 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

446. Hayes, John G. Ocean current and shallow water wave refraction in an operational spectral ocean wave model.
ABSTRACTI
1977 177 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: New York University
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Models; Marine geology and oceanography

447. Hazlett, Robert C. A study of lineaments and fracture traces mapped on the Crescent City Ridge, Putnam
and Volusia Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1989 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Putnam County; Volusia County; Miocene; Karst; Crescent City Ridge; Lineaments; Surficial geology,
geomorphology; Basement

448. Heald, Eric J. The production of organic detritus in a south Florida estuary. [ABSTRACT]
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Organic materials; Everglades; North River; Engineering and environmental geology

449. Hearn, Douglas J. The application of ground penetrating radar to geologic investigations in karst terranes.
[ABSTRACT]
1987 108 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Pasco County; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Geophysics, applied

450. Hearn, Frank P. Pre-Punta Gorda sediments from the Bass, Collier Company, 12-2 Well, south Florida.
IABSTRACTI
1984 131 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Southwestern Louisiana
SUBJECTS: Cretaceous; Lee County; Lehigh Acres Formation; Pumpkin Bay Formation; Economic geology, energy sources;
Bass Enterprises; Petrology, sedimentary

451. Hebert, Jean A. High-resolution seismic stratigraphy of the inner west Florida shelf west of Tampa Bay:
evidence for a Miocene karst valley. [ABSTRACT]
1985 52 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Miocene; Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Karst; Geophysics,
applied

452. Hecker, Kenneth E., Jr. Effect of wind upon suspended sediment concentrations in waters east of the upper
Florida Keys. [ABSTRACT]
1973 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Florida Keys; Straits of Florida; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography; Petrology, sedimentary

453. Heimburg, Klaus Evapotranspiration: an automatic measurement system and a remote-sensing method for
regional estimates.
1982 211 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Geophysics, applied

454. Heimburg, Klaus A Hydrology of some north central Florida cypress domes. [ABSTRACT]
1976 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cypress domes; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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455. Heimmer, Donald H. Dissolution of phosphate minerals in deionized water and dilute organic acids and 250 C
and one atmosphere. (NOTE]
1972 112 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Geochemistry

456. Hendry, Barbara L. Bibliography of published materials concerning or relating to the geology of Florida from
earliest times to 1954.
1958 190 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Bibliography

457. Hendry, Charles D. The chemistry of precipitation in north-central Florida.
1977 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Acid rain

458. Hendry, Charles W., Jr. Microfossils of the Moodys Branch Formation in Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida.
[NOTE]
1951
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Levy County; Citrus County; Moodys Branch Formation; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

459. Heron, Stephen D., III Depositional and diagenetic history of selected Mesozoic sediments of the South
Florida Basin. [ABSTRACT]
1982 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Southwestern Louisiana
SUBJECTS: Jurassic; Cretaceous; Economic geology, energy sources; Petrology, sedimentary

460. Herrygers, Ronald F., Jr. Effect of shell on nourishment performance, Redington Beach, Pinellas County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Redington Beach; Pinellas County; Coastal environment

461. Hess, Susan L. Geological education in the secondary schools and junior colleges of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1975 43 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Education; Miscellaneous and mathematical geology

462. Hewitt, C. S. A methodology for collecting land cover map boundary data.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Virginia
SUBJECTS: West Palm Beach; Palm Beach County: Engineering and environmental geology

463. Hickey, Edwin W. A Sedimentology and dolomitization in Eocene carbonate rocks, Gilchrist and Marion
Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Gilchrist County; Marion County; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates

464. Hicks, Caroline N. A Continuous simulation of surface and subsurface flows in Cypress Creek basin, Florida,
using Hydrological Simulation Program-FORTRAN (HSPF). [ABSTRACTI
1985 163 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Models; Hillsborough County; Cypress Creek

465. Higgins, Brenda B. A Petrographic parameters of the beach sands of northeast Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1965 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sand; Petrology, sedimentary; Barrier islands

466. Hill, J. M. Landsat assessment of estuarine water quality with specific reference to coastal land-use.
1978 226 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M University
SUBJECTS: Apalachicola Bay; Coastal environment; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and
hydrology

467. Hill, Raymond L. A Pleistocene terraces in Georgia. IABSTRACTI
1966 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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468. Hirschfeld, Sue E. New megalonychid sloths from the Pliocene of Florida and Texas. IABSTRACTI
1965 144 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Texas; Paleontology, vertebrate

469. Hoagland, Peter D. A Investigations of turbidity in Alligator Harbor. INOTEI
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Alligator Harbor; Franklin County; Marine geology and oceanography

470. Hobbs, Susan S. Stratigraphy and micropaleontology of three wells in Bay and Franklin Counties, Florida.
1939
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio State, Columbus Ohio
SUBJECTS: Bay County; Franklin County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

471. Hodges, L. T. Megafossil orientation of selected Silurian, Devonian, and Pleistocene reefs of North America.
1977 142 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Loma Linda University
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Silurian; Devonian; Pleistocene; Corals; Petrology, sedimentary

472. Hoenstine, Ronald W., Jr. Biostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Formation in northeast and north central Florida.
IABSTRACTI
1982 255 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Hawthorn Group; Neogene; Tertiary; Pliocene; Foraminifera; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Indian
River County; St. Lucie County; Algae

473. Hoenstine, Ronald W., Jr. A sedimentologic study of Anclote Anchorage with emphasis on littoral current
velocities, heavy mineral concentrations, and size analyses. [ABSTRACT]
1974 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Heavy minerals; Pinellas County; Anclote Anchorage; Marine geology and oceanography

474. Hoganson, John W. The Spirulaea vernoni zone of the Crystal River Formation (Upper Eocene) in peninsular
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1972 70 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Crystal River Formation; Ocala Group; Paleontology, paleobotany

475. Hogg, R. Warren Numerical simulation of saltwater intrusion, Biscayne aquifer, Cutler Ridge, Florida:
comparison of SUTRA and MOCDENS.
1991 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Salt-water intrusion; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology

476. Hogue, Robert C., II A Time-series investigation of beach sediments, Pinellas County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1991
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Indian Rocks Beach; Pinellas County; Coastal environment; Marine sediments; Treasure Island; Long Key;
Clearwater Beach

477. Holbrook, Scott H. Partitioning and fate of antifouling paint copper released into an estuarine environment.
1984 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Eau Gallie; Estuaries; Brevard County; Heavy metals

478. Holden, Patrick W. Pesticides and ground-water quality in four states: issues and problems.
1985 231 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Arizona
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

479. Holliday, V. E. Mechanisms of deposition of a carbonate mud spit: Ramshorn Spit, eastern Florida Bay.
1985
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
SUBJECTS: Florida Bay; Ramshorn Spit; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Sediments; Carbonates

480. Holly, James B. A Stratigraphy and sedimentary history of Newnans Lake. [ABSTRACT]
1976 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Newnans Lake; Alachua County; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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481. Holm, Michael D. Effects of ultraviolet-B (280-320 nm) radiation on the production rates of two species of
cultured marine phytoplankton.
1978 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Marine geology and oceanography

482. Holm, Scott R. The geology and karst processes of the southern Lake Wales Ridge.
1986 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lake Wales; Karst; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Polk County

483. Holm, Stewart E. Tracing sewage effluent in coastal areas by chemical monitoring.
1986 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Pollution; Coastal environment; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

484. Holmes, Charles W. A Sediments of the Ten Thousand Islands. INOTE]
1962 91 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Collier County; Ten Thousand Islands; Drake Passage; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of
Mexico; Coastal environment

485. Hood, Larry Q. Fuel-grade peat resources of the northern Everglades based on bulk density analysis.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 160 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Peat; Everglades; Economic geology, energy sources; Organic materials

486. Hopkins, Edgar M. Modification of relict coversands of the Florida Gulf coast.
1974 160 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Virginia
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Pleistocene; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment; Sand

487. Horn, Edwin S. Aesthetic values of the landscape and reclamation planning for land disturbed by phosphate
mining. [ABSTRACT]
1980 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

488. Hornbeck, Douglas A. Metabolism of salt marshes and their role in the economy of a coastal community.
1979 174 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marshes; Engineering and environmental geology

489. Horowitz, Carol G. Benthic foraminifera of the Oligocene Suwannee Limestone, Georgia and north Florida.
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Suwannee Limestone; Georgia; Foraminifera; Stratigraphy, historical geology

490. Horvath, George J. A The geochemistry and transport of Mn, Fe, Co, Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb in the freshwater and
estuarine environments of the Big Cypress-Everglades region of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 159 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Pollution; Collier County; Big Cypress Swamp; Everglades; Estuaries; Heavy metals; Engineering
and environmental geology

491. Horvath, George J. The sedimentology of the Pensacola Bay system, northwestern Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1968 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Pensacola Bay; Petrology, sedimentary; Escambia County; Santa Rosa County

492. Huang, Haolan Holocene environmental history in a marginal marine area of the Everglades of south Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Everglades; West Lake; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Sediments

493. Huang, Hui-Lun Stratigraphic investigations of several cores from the Tampa Bay area. IABSTRACT]
1977 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Hillsborough County; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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494. Huang, Ter-Chien A sedimentologic study of Charlotte Harbour, southwest Florida. IAB3SIRACII
1966 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Sediments; Petrology, sedimentary; Lee County; Charlotte Harbor

495. Hubbart, Perry, Jr. Hydrogeologic variability of the Floridan Aquifer in the Central Florida Phosphate District.
1981 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Alabama
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Peace River; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Oligocene; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Phosphates;
Polk County

496. Huddlestun, Paul F. Correlation of Upper Eocene and Lower Oligocene strata between the Sepulga, Conecuh,
and Choctawhatchee Rivers of southern Alabama. [ABSTRACT)
1965
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Choctawhatchee River; Eocene; Oligocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

497. Huddlestun, Paul F. A The Neogene stratigraphy of the central Florida panhandle. [ABSTRACTI
1984 245 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sedimentary rocks; Neogene; Alum Bluff Group; Tertiary; Torreya Formation; Citronelle Formation; Apalachicola
Embayment; Chattahoochee Arch; Oligocene; Paleogene; Miocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

498. Hulbert, Richard C., Jr. Phylogenetic systematics, biochronology, and paleobiology of late Neogene horses
(family Equidae) of the Gulf Coastal Plain and the Great Plains. IABSTRACT)
1987 595 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Texas; Neogene; Bone Valley Member; Love Site; Alachua County; Mixon's Bone Bed; Withlacoochee River;
Paleontology, general

499. Hull, Robert W. Uranium isotopic disequilibrium: its hydrologic application to Floridan aquifer waters of
northeast Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Isotopes; Floridan Aquifer; Aquifers; Metals; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

500. Hummell, Richard L. Texture and granulometry of planar cross-stratification from some unconsolidated,
ancient and modern, quartz sand deposits. [ABSTRACT]
1985 249 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Ochlockonee River; St. George Island; Coker Formation; Alabama

501. Humphreys, Cynthia L. Uranium and radium isotopic distributions in ground waters and sediments of the
land-pebble phosphate district and surrounding areas of west-central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Isotopes; Radium; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Floridan Aquifer; Phosphates; Polk County;
Hillsborough County; Sarasota County

502. Hunnicutt, Thomas E. Study of pollution conditions in canals in Broward County, Florida.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Broward County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution; Runoff; Engineering and environmental geology

503. Hunter, Richard S. T. Shape change in the evolution of selected Cenozoic planktonic foraminifera:
evolutionary implications and utility in high resolution biostratigraphy. [ABSTRACT]
1985 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Cenozoic; Gulf of Mexico; Stratigraphy, historical geology

504. Hurgeton, David B., Jr. A Principal component analysis for assessing remedial progress at petroleum spill sites.
ABSTRACTI
1989 223 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Oil spills and pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Pollution

505. Hursky, M. J., Jr. Grain-size distribution and constituent particle analysis of nearshore carbonate sediments of
Lower Matecumbe Key, Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas at Arlington
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Matecumbe Key; Monroe County; Holocene; Quaternary; Petrology, sedimentary; Marine geology
and oceanography


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506. Husain, Mohammad A. An alpha spectometric method of analysis of radium in natural waters. IABSTRACTI
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Wakulla Springs; Peace River; Wakulla County; Hardee County; Polk County; DeSoto County; Radiation;
Geochemistry; Radium

507. Huse, Scott M. Distribution of Recent benthonic foraminifera on the northeastern Gulf of Mexico continental
shelf in relation to character of substrate. [ABSTRACT]
1976 232 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Gulf of Mexico; Stratigraphy, historical geology

508. Hushla, Frederick L. Evaluating the performance of beach nourishment in Brevard County, Florida through the
use of aerial photography.
1982 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Coastal environment; Engineering and environmental geology

509. Hutchinson, Craig B. Trend-surface analysis of lake distributions in a karst terrain, west central Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1971 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Karst; Models; Surficial geology, geomorphology

510. Hutchison, Jay B. Analysis of five major ions and the validity of salinity measurements in the Indian and
Banana Rivers.
1973 109 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Banana River; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology; Brevard County

511. Hutton, Joan G. A Bedrock control, sedimentation and Holocene evolution of the marsh archipelago coast:
west-central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1986
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Holocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Karst

512. Hyne, Norman J. Sedimentary environments and submarine geomorphology of the continental shelf in the
area of Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida. [NOTEI
1965 126 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Choctawhatchee Bay; Sediments; Walton County; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and
oceanography

513. Imbalzano, John F. Some chemical and biochemical studies of the accumulation of peat in southern Florida.
1970 266 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Everglades; Peat; Geochemistry

514. Iricanin, Nenad The role of storms in the transport and composition of particulate matter in a central Florida
Creek. [NOTE]
1990 154 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Turkey Creek; Brevard County; Heavy Metals; Sediments; Organic materials; Petrology, sedimentary

515. Isphording, Wayne C. A study of the heavy minerals from the Hawthorn Formation and overlying sands
exposed at the Devil's Mill Hopper, Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1963
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Hawthorn Group; Heavy minerals; Devil's Mill Hopper; Petrology, sedimentary

516. Ivany, Linda C. Animal-plant relationships and paleobiogeography of an Eocene seagrass community: Avon
Park Formation, peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1990 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Avon Park Formation; Eocono; Stratig)raphy, historical ()iolo(ly; Pallcoolololy, lienor;il

517. Ivey, Marvin L. Geology for Floridai junior colle((:s.
1961 139 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Education; Miscellaneous and mathematical geology


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518. Jack, Howard C. Orientation of the valves of the pectinid Amusium ocalanum in the Crystal River Formation.
IABSTRACTI
1970 35 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Crystal River Formation; Paleontology, invertebrate

519. Jackson, D. R. The fossil freshwater emydid turtles of Florida.
1977 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cfeio/oic; Noogeno; Pleistocene; Paleontology, vertehrate

520. Jacome Villanueva, Enrique O. Fate of fertilizer nitrogen as affected by soil pH, soil water content, and plant
residue in Florida ultisol and three soils from the Sula Valley, Honduras.
1982 206 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Clays; Surficial geology, soils; Geochemistry

521. Jairungsee, Kosol Experimentally determined design criteria for a tube-settler.
1978 123 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Engineering and environmental geology; Waste disposal

522. James, R. Thomas Microbiology and chemistry of acid lakes in Florida.
1989 183 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Georgia
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry; Lakes; Acid rain

523. Japy, Kate E. The carbon cycling in an anoxic lake basin, Johnson Pond, north central Florida, using carbon
isotopes as a tracer. IABSTRACTI
1988 176 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Alachua County; Johnson Pond; Gainesville; Geochemistry

524. Jee, Jonathan L. Seismic stratigraphy of the western Florida carbonate platform and history of Eocene strata.
1993 215 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Carbonates

525. Jen, Peter P. Laboratory studies of wind waves.
1974 38 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography

526. Jenkins, David M. A study of some Holocene foraminifera from the Cedar Keys area of Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1966 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Levy County; Quaternary; Cedar Key; Paleontology, invertebrate

527. Jenkins, R. V. The origin of the rock reefs of the Everglades.
1984 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State University
SUBJECTS: Everglades; Petrology, sedimentary; Reefs

528. Jenney, Charles P. The Florida east coast.
1933
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Columbia University
SUBJECTS: Areal geology, general

529. Jensen, James H. The hydrogeology and karst features of Paynes Prairie basin, Alachua County, Florida.
ABSTRACTI
1985 131 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Alachua County; Karst; Paynes Prairie

530. Jervey, M. T. Transportation and dispersal of biogenic material in the nearshore marine environment.
1974 340 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Algae; Destin; Holocene; Marine geology and oceanography; Petrology, sedimentary

531. Jewell, Pliny, IV Morphodynamics of the Cape Romano shoals. [ABSTRACT]
1987
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Shoals; Cape Romano; Collier County; Surficial geology, geomorphology


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532. Jindrich, Vladimir Biogenic buildups and carbonate sedimentation, Dry Tortugas reef complex (Holocene),
Florida.
1972 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: New York: Binghamton
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Reefs; Dry Tortugas; Petrology, sedimentary

533. Jindrich, Vladimir Recent carbonate sedimentation by tidal channels in the lower Florida Keys.
1968
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Binghamton
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Florida Keys; Carbonates

534. Joffe, Donald J. Heavy metal removal by lime and magnesium coagulation in colored and non-colored aqueous
environments.
1977 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Heavy metals; Waste disposal

535. Johnson, Donald R. The seasonal density structure and circulation on the continental shelf.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Continental shelf; Marine geology and oceanography; Hydrogeology and hydrology

536. Johnson, John C. Silicification of claystones from the Hawthorn Formation, Marion County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marion County; Hawthorn Group; Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary

537. Johnson, Larry D. Recent history of the Sebastian Inlet, Florida area. [ABSTRACT]
1976 49 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Indian River County; Sebastian Inlet; Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography;
Surficial geology, geomorphology

538. Johnson, Robert O. The effects of dredging on offshore benthic macrofauna south of the inlet at Fort Pierce,
Florida.
1982 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Fort Pierce; Engineering and environmental geology; St. Lucie County

539. Johnson, Robert W. Short-term alterations of hydrocarbons and fatty acids occurring in a salt marsh.
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Marshes; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

540. Jones, D. F. The effect of vertical seawalls on longshore currents.
1975 202 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Engineering and environmental geology

541. Jones, Gregg W. A Investigation of the saltwater-freshwater interface in a complex hydrogeologic
environment, coastal Alafia River basin. [ABSTRACT]
1986 123 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Hawthorn Group; Hillsborough County; Alafia River; Salt-water intrusion

542. Jones, Krista L. Quantitative assessment of stormwater runoff from the Vehicle Assembly Building area of the
John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
1986 110p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Runoff; Cape Canaveral; Engineering and environmental geology; Brevard County

543. Jowett, E. C. Acquisition and retention of magnetization in modern lime muds, ancient limestones and
dolostones and carbonate-hosted sulphides.
1977 200 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
SUBJECTS: Tennessee; Florida Keys; Canada; Petrology, sedimentary; Economic geology, metals

544. Joyce, Rosanne M. Geochemical implications on the provenance and fate of organic-rich deep-sea sediments.
1985 108 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Geochemistry; Atlantic Ocean


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545. Junhavat, S. Origin of Paleozoic shale of Florida.
1976
DLGREE LEVEL: Mastor's UNIVERSITY: Georgia Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Paleozoic; Petrology, sedimentary; Clays

546. Kalisz, Paul J. The longleaf pine islands of the Ocala National Forest, Florida, a soil study.
1982 143 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Ocala National Forest; Quaternary; Holocene; Surficial geology, soils

547. Kane, Barry C. Origin of the Grandin (Plio-Pleistocene) sands, western Putnam County, Florida. [ABSTRACT!
1984 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Putnam County; Lake Wales Ridge; Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

548. Kangas, Patrick C. Energy analysis of landforms, succession, and reclamation.
1983 196 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Marshes; Holocene; Quaternary; Engineering and environmental geology; Surficial geology,
geomorphology; Phosphates

549. Kanis, Oak A. r A detailed magnetic survey of portions of northern Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1981 99 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied; Union County; Baker County; Bradford County

550. Kaplan, Lazard H. The fauna of the Oak Grove Formation of the Alum Bluff Group of the Florida Miocene.
1941
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Oak Grove Formation; Alum Bluff Group; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

551. Kastanowski, John A gravity study of Collier and Hendry Counties, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1989
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Hendry County; Geophysics, applied

552. Kaufman, Matthew I. Uranium isotope investigation of the Floridan Aquifer and related natural waters of
north Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1968
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
* SUBJECTS: Uranium; Isotopes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Floridan Aquifer

553. Kaufman, Ronald S. A Factor analysis of ground-water quality data from the Kingsford mine, Polk and
Hillsborough Counties, Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1979 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Kingsford Mine; Phosphates; Polk County; Hillsborough County; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

554. Kaul, Lisa W. A Modeling estuarine nutrient geochemistry in a simple system. [ABSTRACT]
1983 143 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Estuaries; Geochemistry; Models; Wakulla County; Franklin County; Ochlockonee Bay; Marine
geology and oceanography

555. Kearsley, Fie Concentration and C13 content of molecular size fractions of the dissolved organic matter in
estuarine and marine waters. IABSTRACTI
1973 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Turkey Point; Estuaries; Marshes; Organic materials; Geochemistry

556. Keen, Timothy R. The comparative sedimentology of two stranded bars and implications for their origin.
IABSTRACTI
1987 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Franklin County; Carrabelle Beach; Heavy minerals; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Marine geology and
oceanography; Sediments

557. Keirn, Michael A. *r Activities and dynamics of bacteria in an oligotrophic Florida lake. [ABSTRACT]
1977 212 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Anderson-Cue Lake


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558. Keller, Roland B. Stratigraphic distribution of Middle and Upper Eocene foraminifera from northwestern
Marion County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1962 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Marion County; Stratigraphy, historical geology

559. Kemble-McKenna, Kimberly Time-series analysis of beach morphology, Pinellas County, Florida.
1990 153 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Surficial geology, geomorphology

560. Kemp, William M. Energy analysis and ecological evaluation of a coastal power plant.
1977 560 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Crystal River; Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation

561. Kennimer, Mary A. Y. Detection of sewage pollutants in the Indian River Lagoon by photographic methods.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Indian River; Indian River County; Engineering and environmental geology

562. Kerr, George A. Low frequency current variability on the continental shelf off Ft. Pierce, Florida.
1980 91 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

563. Ketchen, Harold G. A hydrographic survey in Pensacola Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1979 117 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Pensacola Bay; Santa Rosa County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Estuaries

564. Kety, Irvin N. The impact of urbanization on sediment character in Lake Maggiore, St. Petersburg, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1980 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Lake Maggiore; Pinellas County; Runoff; St. Petersburg; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Sediments; Engineering
and environmental geology

565. Kick, Robert M. Carbonate sediments from Peterson Key Bank, Florida Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1981 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Peterson Key Bank; Shoals; Carbonates; Marine sediments; Florida Bay; Marine geology and oceanography;
Surficial geology, quaternary geology

566. Kikutel, Donald F. The importance of groundwater seepage to the hydrological and nutrient budgets of East
Lake Tohopekaliga.
1983 156 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Tohopekaliga; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Osceola County

567. Killan, Gene A. Hydrogeologic characterization of hydrocarbon pollutant transport in a sandy, unconfined
aquifer. [ABSTRACT]
1987 184 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Lake Alfred; Aquifers; Engineering and environmental geology; Polk County

568. Kim, Jonathan J. Genesis of dioctahedral chlorites in the Miami Formation. [ABSTRACT]
1984 91 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Stratigraphy, historical geology; Miami Limestone

569. Kim, Sung Eon Wind-force frictionless and frictional models of continental shelf currents and sea levels.
1984 46 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Models; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico

570. King, Keith C. Tampa Formation of peninsular Florida: a formal definition. IABSTRACTI
1979 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Tampa Member; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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571. Kirkpatrick, Gerald L. A Statistical analysis of grain size data as a possible key to ancient depositional
environments. IABSTRACTI
1982 181 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Petrology, sedimentary; Surficial geology, geomorphology;

572. Kirtley, David W. Geological significance of the polychaetous Annelid family Sabellariidae. IABSTRACTI
1974 270 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, invertebrate; Reefs

573. Kirtley, David W. Intertidal reefs of Sabellariidae (Annelida polychaeta) along the coasts of Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1966 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Petrology, sedimentary; Coastal environment

574. Klausewitz, Ronald H. Diffusion model for a shallow, barricaded estuary. (NOTE]
1973 71 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Crystal River; Estuaries; Thermal pollution; Models

575. Klay, Jonathan M. Stratigraphy and Holocene history of the Cape Romano Shoals, southwest Florida shelf.
ABSTRACT]
1989 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Cape Romano; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography

576. Klein, Jean-Georges The ferungulates of the Inglas IA local fauna, Early Pleistocene of Florida.
1971 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Citrus County; Paleontology, general

577. Klein, Robert L., Jr. The fate of heavy metals in sewage effluent applied to cypress wetlands. [NOTE]
1976 151 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology; Wetlands; Cypress swamps

578. Klinzing, Susan L. The LaBelle clay of the Tamiami Formation. [ABSTRACT]
1987 74 p.
19 DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Pliocene; Lee County; Tamiami Formation; LaBelle Clay; Clays; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical
geology; Algae

579. Klopp, Helen C. Petrographic analysis of the Sunniland Formation, an oil-producing formation in south Florida.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Brigham Young
SUBJECTS: Sunniland Limestone; Petrology, sedimentary; Economic geology, energy sources

580. Knapp, Paul E. Airborne radon progeny in Florida structures; evaluation with integrating dosimetry devices.
[ABSTRACT]
1977 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Radon; Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology

581. Knight, Cole D. Pore-fluid chemistry and selected carbonate mudbanks and mangrove-fringed islands, Florida
Bay.
1988 236 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Florida Bay; Cross Bank; Crab Key Bank; Crane Key; Bald Eagle Key; Carbonates; Marine geology and
oceanography

582. Knowles, Stephen C. Holocene geologic history of Sarasota Bay, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1983 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Sarasota Bay; Sarasota County; Holocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology

583. Knox, Kenneth J. Applications of the electronic cone penetration test for the geotechnical site investigation of
Florida soils.
1989 246 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Surficial geology, soils


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584. Koblinsky, Chester J. Tides on the west Florida shelf.
1979 117 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Oregon State
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico

585. Koechlein, H. D. Carbonate sedimentation in a modern flood tidal delta complex, Windley Harbor, Florida Keys.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Windley Harbor; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography

586. Kofoed, John W. Sedimentary environments in Apalachicola Bay and vicinity, Florida. [NOTEI
1961 78 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Apalachicola Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Estuaries; Marine sediments; Franklin County; Gulf County

587. Kohout, Francis A. Relation of seaward and landward flow of ground water to the salinity of Biscayne Bay,
(Florida)
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Biscayne Bay; Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

588. Kohpina, Pramuan Heavy minerals in sediments of the inner continental shelf, Cape Canaveral, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1989 153 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Heavy minerals; Brevard County; Cape Canaveral; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography

589. Kontrovita, Mervin A study of some Ostracoda of the Vaca Key, Florida Bay area. [ABSTRACT]
1966 77 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Florida Bay; Vaca Key; Paleontology, general

590. Korosy, Marianne G. Ground water flow patterns as delineated by uranium isotope distributions in the
Ochlockonee River area, southwest Georgia and northwest Florida. IABSTRACTI
1984 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Georgia; Isotopes; Ochlockonee River; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

591. Kouadio, Issifou A comparative study of trace metals in coastal lagoons of the Ivory Coast and Florida.
1984 50 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Metals; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Lagoons

59Z. Kratzer, Charles R. Application of input-output models to Florida lakes.
1979 169 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Models; Engineering and environmental geology

593. Krawiec, Wesley Solution pits and solution breccias of the Florida Keys.
1963
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Rochester
SUBJECTS: Karst; Florida Keys; Petrology, sedimentary

594. Kriegel, Robert V. Study of the correlation between the zooxanthellae/host polyp symbiosis and the latitudinal
extent of hermatypic coral formations in southern Forida coastal waters.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Corals; Algae; Coastal environment; Paleontology, general

595. Kruer, Curtis R. A study of the benthic algae of the natural reefs off Tampa Bay, Florida Gulf coast.
[ABSTRACT]
1977 159 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Tampa Bay; Algae; Reefs

596. Kubal, Jerry E. The effect of solid waste disposal on ground water quality in the Arredondo area of Alachua
County, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1973 70 p.
DEGRFF LEVEI: Mastlr's UNIVERSITY: University of I loridai
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Waste disposal; Pollution; Landfills; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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597. Kuehn, Deborah W. Offshore transgressive peat deposits of southwest Florida: evidence for a late Holocene
rise of sea level. [ABSTRACT]
1980
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Caribbean Sea; Holocene; Peat; Atlantic Ocean; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

598. Kuhn, Bernard J. Stratigraphic and geologic evolution of Anclote Key, Pinellas County, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1983 108 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Anclote Key; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Pinellas County; Barrier islands

599. Kunzler, Robert H. The aragonite-calcite transformation. [ABSTRACT)
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Geochemistry

600. Kussel, Colette M. Depositional history of three Pleistocene bluffs in northeast Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; St. Marys River; Bells River

601. Kwader, Thomas Ground water flow in a limestone aquifer system of northwest Florida using uranium
U234/U238 disequilibrium analysis. [ABSTRACT)
1979 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Isotopes; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

602. Kwader, Thomas A Interpretation of borehole geophysical logs in shallow carbonate environments and their
application to ground water resources investigations.
1982 322 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers; Geophysics, applied

603. Kwiatkowski, Peter J. A Numerical simulation of sea-water intrusion, Cutler Ridge, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Cutler Ridge; Salt-water intrusion; Models; Dade County; Biscayne Aquifer

604. Lader, Gary R. A A sedimentological investigation of coastal cells from Cape San Bias to Indian Pass, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1973 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf County; Cape San Bias; Indian Pass; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment; Sediments

605. Lagonikas, George J. Microclimatic phenomena as they relate to the flux of water vapor above a lake surface.
1986 92 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Engineering and environmental geology

606. Landon, Susan Environmental controls on growth rates in hermatypic corals from the lower Florida Keys.
1975 79 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: SUNY at Binghamton
SUBJECTS: Corals; Coastal environment; Florida Keys; Paleontology, invertebrate

607. Lang, Thomas H. A Biostratigraphy of the western Straits of Florida: an analysis of Cenozoic nannofossils from
DSDP Leg 77. [ABSTRACT]
1984 52 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Straits of Florida

608. Langford, Neal G. A Thermoluminescence of the apatite series. [ABSTRACT]
1963 49 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Mineralogy and crystallography; Minerals

609. Lapinski, William J. A The distribution of Foraminifera off part of the Florida panhandle coast. [ABSTRACT]
1957
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Quaternary; Gulf of Mexico; Atlantic Ocean; Paleontology, invertebrate; Carrabelle

610. Lappan, Gerald W. The determination of algal growth limiting nutrients in Lake Washington by algal bioassay.
1981 114p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Algae; Lake Washington; Brevard County; Engineering and environmental geology


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611. Larsen, Alfred L. A heavy mineral analysis of Pleistocene terrace sands in Liberty and Wakulla Counties,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1958 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sand; Liberty County; Wakulla County; Heavy minerals; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Petrology, sedimentary

612. Larsen, Jeffrey B. Biochronology, based upon Gastropoda, of the Pinecrest Beds of the Tamiami Formation at
Sarasota, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1989 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Tamiami Formation; Pinecrest Beds; Sarasota County; Pliocene; Miocene; Mollusca; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

613. Lawn, Andrew M. Sedimentology of a low-sinuosity meander within the Alapaha River, Hamilton County,
Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1989 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hamilton County; Alapaha River; Hydrogeology and hydrology

614. Lawrence, Fred W. Identification of geochemical patterns in ground water by numerical analysis.
[ABSTRACT]
1976 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Columbia County; Floridan Aquifer; Geochemistry; Karst; Lake City; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Models

615. Lawrence, Marc A. A The submerged forests of the Panama City, Florida area: a paleoenvironmental
interpretation. [ABSTRACT]
1974 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Quaternary; Bay County; Panama City; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Stratigraphy, historical geology

616. Lawrence, Thomas A. Hydrogeochemistry of the transition zone: Biscayne Aquifer, Dade County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1988 109 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Biscayne Aquifer; Dade County; Salt-water intrusion; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Carbonates

617. Lawson, Robert A. Application of remote sensing techniques to determine the spectral radiance reflectance in
the Fort Pierce Inlet area.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: St. Lucie County; Fort Pierce Inlet; Geophysics, applied

618. Layman, J. W. Acid insoluble residues of the carbonate sediments of northwest Florida Bay, south Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Florida Bay; Gulf of Mexico; Cape Sable; Middle Ground Banks; Marine geology and oceanography

619. Layton, Michael C. Geophysical signature of Pliocene reef limestones using direct current and
electromagnetic resistivity survey methods, Collier County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Collier County; Pliocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geophysics, applied;
Carbonates

620. Leblanc, Davis J. The ecology, diversity, and biomass of near-shore polychaetes in Ochlockonee Bay,
Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Ochlockonee Bay

621. Lee, Chun Chi The decomposition of organic matter in some shallow water, calcareous sediments of Little
Black Water Sound, Florida Bay.
1970 118 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Florida Bay; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Little Black Water Sound

622. Lee, Donald J. Bed configuration and sediment distribution: Matanzas Inlet, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1980 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; St. Johns County; Matanzas Inlet; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Estuaries


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623. Lee, Thomas N. Florida current spin-off eddies. [ABSTRACTI
1972 84 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Florida Current; Atlantic Ocean

624. Leed, Jeffrey A. Iron, copper, and zinc in the water, sediment, and fish of the upper St. Johns River Basin,
Florida, and their relationship to watershed land use.
1978 240 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Heavy metals; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology; St. Johns River

625. Lehman, Linda L. -* Geochemical identification of an intermediate groundwater flow system in the Peace River
basin, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1978 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: DeSoto County; Charlotte County; Hawthorn Aquifer; Floridan Aquifer; Peace River; Salt-water intrusion;
Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

626. Leming, Thomas D. Observations of temperature, current, and wind variation off the central eastern coast of
Florida during 1970 and 1971. [ABSTRACT]
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Cape Canaveral; Continental shelf; Marine geology and oceanography

627. Lenkevich, Michael J. Factors that influence the complexation capacity of model water systems containing
humic substances.
1980 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

628. Leroy, Ronald A. The mid-Tertiary to Recent lithostratigraphy of Putnam County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 179 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Putnam County; Tertiary; Holocene; Quaternary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

629. Lester, David L. Effect of gamma irradiated processed wastewater on the growth of the bush bean plant.
1973 28 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Engineering and environmental geology; Waste disposal

'"630. Lester, Robert W. The geology of the Baywood Quadrangle, Putnam County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1967 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Putnam County; Areal geology, general

631. Levin, Harold L. The micropaleontology of the Oldsmar Limestone of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1956 91 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Oldsmar Limestone; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

632. Levine, Barry R. Uranium isotope survey of the groundwater system in Lee County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 327 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Lee County; Uranium; Isotopes; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology

633. Levy, Alexandro G. Oil and gas maturation zones in the Jurassic and Cretaceous trends of northwest Florida
and adjacent parts of Georgia and Alabama.
1977 79 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Alabama; Smackover Formation; Jurassic; Mesozoic; Cretaceous; Economic geology, energy sources

634. Levy, Karen D. The response of the macrobenthos of Turkey Creek, Florida.
1979 70 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Turkey Creek; Marine geology and oceanography; Brevard County

635. Lewis, Brent L. A survey of methylgermanium compounds in natural waters.
1985 210 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Marine geology and oceanography


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636. Lewis, Carolyn S. The seasonal distribution of Haplocyntheridea setipunctata (Brady) (Ostracoda) in a thermally
altered area of Tampa Bay, Florida.
1976 73 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Thermal pollution; Lakes; Rivers, streams, and canals; Engineering and environmental geology

637. Lewis, Jackson E. Paleoecological study of a Pleistocene marine fauna, Flagler County, Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1964 221 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Flagler County; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Stratigraphy, historical geology

638. Liaw, Goang-Shin Effects of gamma radiation in aqueous solutions of cyanide.
1975 47 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Waste disposal; Geochemistry

639. Lichtler, William F. Groundwater resources of the Stuart area Martin County, Florida.
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Syracuse University
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Martin County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

640. Lighty, Robin G. Depositional and diagenetic history of an Early Holocene relict shelf-edge coral reef, southeast
coast of Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Reefs; Hillsboro Inlet; Broward County; Holocene; Corals; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

641. Limoges, Lance D. r The ecological and economic impact of dredge and fill on Tampa Bay, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 313 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Pinellas County; Tampa Bay; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

642. Lin, Chen Hsin Biodegradation of selected phenolic compounds in a simulated sandy surficial Florida aquifer.
ABSTRACTI
1988 196 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Organic materials; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

643. Lin, L' Yu Transport of heavy metals through accumulated sediments in detention/retention ponds.
1990 244 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Central Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Heavy metals; Geochemistry; Sediments; Runoff; Engineering and environmental geology

644. Lindberg, Steven E. Mercury in interstitial solutions and associated sediments from estuarine areas on the
Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACTI
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Mercury; Gulf of Mexico; Estuaries; Geochemistry

645. Linzell, Robert S. A laboratory study of refraction of surface gravity water wave groups.
1987 187 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography

646. Lipchinsky, Zelek L. A study of the origin of limestone caverns in Florida. IABSTRACTI
1963 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Caverns; Limestone; Karst; Carbonates; Surficial geology, geomorphology

647. Liriano, Alberto R. R. Effects of gamma and UV-radiation on mono and dichloramine compounds in the final
effluent of Melbourne wastewater treatment plant.
1976 47 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Radiation; Engineering and environmental geology

648. Lisco, Neil A Bed load transport in a small alluvial stream draining the Governor's Square Mall construction site,
Tallahassee, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1979 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Leon County; Sediments; Engineering and environmental geology


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649. Littlefield, James R., Jr. Evaluation of data for sinkhole-development risk models: west-central Florida.
IABSTRACTI
1988 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst

650. Littlejohn, Charles B. An energetic approach to land use planning in a coastal community of southwest
Florida. IABSI ACII
1973 18/ p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Naples; Collier County; Engineering and environmental geology

651. Liu, Jeun-Shyang Petrography of the Ballast Point, Brandon and Duette drill cores, Hillsborough and Manatee
Counties, Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1978 147 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Manatee County; Ballast Point; Brandon; Duette; Petrology, sedimentary; Tampa Member;
Suwannee Limestone

652. Liu, Tso-Min Effects of gamma irradiation and oxygen bubbling on aqueous solutions of chloroform.
1975 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation

653. Liu, Yuming A two dimensional finite-difference model for moving boundary hydrodynamic problems.
1988 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Marine geology and oceanography

654. Lizanec, Theodore J., Jr. A DC resistivity investigation of the shallow aquifer east of Naples, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1985 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Salt-water intrusion; Aquifers; Collier County; Floridan Aquifer

655. Logue, Karen T. Bedforms and sedimentary processes on the northwest Florida inner continental shelf.
1990 94 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

656. Lohr, Jerrold R. Tidal channel sedimentation near Duck Key, Florida and Cat Cay, Bahamas.
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wisconsin, Madison
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; Duck Key; Cat Cay; West Indies; Petrology, sedimentary

657. Longley, Lisa M. A preliminary investigation of OSDS water quality effects at a selected site in Palm Bay,
Florida
1989 140 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Palm Bay; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

658. Lord, Jacques P. Seismic stratigraphic investigation of the deep eastern Gulf of Mexico.
1986 290 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Rice
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Mesozoic; Jurassic; Cretaceops; West Florida Basin; Gulf of Mexico; Tampa Embayment; Marine
geology and oceanography; Stratigraphy, historical geology

659. Lorenzzetti, Joao A. On the modeling of the summer circulation in the South Atlantic Bight by a two-layer finite
element model. IABSTRACT]
1985 217 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Florida Current; Models; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

660. Love, John E. A lithostratigraphic study of a portion of west central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: B. S. Honors UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Oligocene; Miocene; Tampa Bay; Stratigraphy, historical geology

661. Luo, Yu Two-dimensional finite-difference model for estuarine and coastal fronts. [ABSTRACT]
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Coastal environment; Models; Miscellaneous and mathematical geology; Marine geology and
oceanography


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662. Lynch-Blosse, Michael A. Inlet sedimentation at Dunedin and Hurricane passes, Pinellas County, Florida.
(ABSTRACT]
1977 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Barrier islands; Sediments; Caladesi Island

663. Lynts, George W. Distribution and model studies on foraminifera living in Buttonwood Sound, Florida.
1964 111 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Wisconsin
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Foraminifera; Collier County; Models; Marine geology and oceanography; Stratigraphy, historical
geology; Buttonwood Sound

664. Lynts, George W. Distribution of Recent foraminifera in upper Florida Bay and associated sounds.
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Wisconsin, Madison
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Foraminifera; Florida Bay; Holocene; Quaternary; Paleontology, invertebrate

665. Ma, Chen-Mean On the estimation of the friction velocity and the roughness parameter on the western
Florida shelf. (ABSTRACT]
1978 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Marine geology and oceanography; Florida Shelf.

666. Maalel, K. Reliability analysis applied to modeling of hydrologic processes.
1983 378 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

667. Macesich, Milena M. Uranium isotope disequilibrium study of Wakulla Springs. [ABSTRACT]
1991 146 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Wakulla Springs; Wakulla County; Springs; Isotopes; Aquifers; Uranium; Karst

668. MacEwan, Alexander Relationship of population density and physico-chemical parameters in the Indian River.
1972 58 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Indian River; Engineering and environmental geology

669. MacFarlane, John K. The effects of environmentally realistic copper concentration on silicic acid uptake rates in
cultured marine diatoms.
1986 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Engineering and environmental geology

670. Macintyre, David F. A quantitative review of the hydrology of Lake Jackson, Florida, 1971-81. [ABSTRACT]
1986 238 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Leon County; Lake Jackson

671. Madzsar, Elizabeth M. Interpretation of the radioactive fallout record from the annual bands of Montastrea
annularis, Broward County, Florida.
1987 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Corals; Broward County; Metals; Engineering and environmental geology

672. Maehr, David S. Avian abundance and habitat preferences on new habitats created by phosphate mining.
[ABSTRACT]
1980 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Phosphates

673. Magley, Wayne C. An analysis of heavy metals in the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica, from four sites
in the Tampa Bay region. (ABSTRACT]
1978 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Heavy metals; Tampa Bay; Engineering and environmental geology

674. Mahaffey, Ray F. Sedimentation characteristics of a segment of the Indian River bottom.
1972 131 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Instilutl of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Indian River; Brevard County; Marine geology and oceanography


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675. Majdi, Abolaziz Membrane ultrafiltration of Lake Washington for purpose of water treatment using hollow fiber
membranes.
1978 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington; Engineering and environmental geology; Waste disposal; Brevard County

676. Mallard, Elliott A. The differentiation and classification of a sand underlying typical Trail Ridge sands near
Screven, Wayne County, Georgia.
1988 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Trail Ridge; Petrology, sedimentary

677. Mangini, Margarita E. A stable carbon isotope study of the food web in Bayboro Harbor, St. Petersburg,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Bayboro Harbor; Marine geology and oceanography; Isotopes; Geochemistry; Pinellas County

678. Manker, J. P. Distribution and concentration of mercury, lead, cobalt, zinc, and chromium in suspended
particulates and bottom sediments: upper Florida Keys, Florida Bay, and Biscayne Bay.
1975 125 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Rice
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Florida Keys; Florida Bay; Biscayne Bay; Engineering and environmental geology; Heavy metals;
Mercury

679. Manker, John P. Origin and distribution of silicate minerals in a carbonate environment-Florida Bay.
[ABSTRACT]
1969 49 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Silicates; Florida Bay; Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary

680. Marashi, Seyed J. The effects of chlorine on disinfection of secondary effluent (prior to the chlorination) from
the existence of: 1. total coliform, 2. fecal coliform, 3. fecal streptococcus, 4. mold, 5. yeast.
1977 64 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

681. Marcus, Steven R. Rejuvenation of Hogtown Creek. (ABSTRACT]
1971 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Gainesville; Hogtown Creek; Engineering and environmental geology

682. Mark, Norman An analysis of the shallow seismic refraction method in its application to two minor geologic
problems. [ABSTRACTI
1968
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gadsden County; Structural geology; Geophysics, applied

683. Markowitz, Philip E. Ostracode assemblages associated with south Florida coral reefs.
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Corals; Ostracoda; Reefs; Paleontology, invertebrate

684. Martin, A. H., III Soil chronology and sedimentary petrology of the Canaveral Peninsula, Cape Canaveral,
Florida.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Eastern Kentucky, Richmond
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Surficial geology, soils; Petrology, sedimentary; Cape Canaveral; False Cape; Surficial geology,
quaternary geology; Brevard County

685. Martin, David W. Clastic to carbonate transitions-a modern example: the west Florida continental shelf.
IABSTRACTI
1984 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Facies; Gulf of Mexico; Carbonates; Continental shelf; Petrology, sedimentary; Marine
geology and oceanography

686. Martin, Ellen E. Diagenetic alteration of Pleistocene sediments beneath subaerial discontinuity surfaces, south
Florida: petrography and geochemistry.
1987 116 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Pleistocene; South Florida Basin; Quaternary; Florida Keys; Lake Okeechobee; Metals; Surficial
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687. Martin, Robert A. Fossil mammals of the Coleman IIA local fauna, Sumter County, Florida.
1969 184 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sumter County; Paleontology, vertebrate

688. Martin, Ronald E. Distribution and ecology of the foraminifera of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key
Largo, Florida with emphasis upon the effects of turbid water produced by dredging. [ABSTRACT]
1975 205 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Florida Keys; Key Largo; John Pennekamp State Park; Paleontology, invertebrate;
Monroe County; Reefs

689. Marum, James P. Spatial and temporal variations of zooplankton in relation to offshore oil drilling and
estuarine-marine faunal exchange.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Louisiana; Estuaries; Oil spills and pollution; Marine geology and oceanography

690. Mason, Peter W. Microbial characteristics in the oiled sediments of the St. Marks River. [ABSTRACT]
1985 35 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: St. Marks River; Oil spills and pollution; Sediments

691. Mathews, Heyward H. Primary production measurements on an artificial reef.
1966 34 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Artificial reefs; Marine geology and oceanography

692. Mathis, Jane M. Red mangrove decomposition: a pathway for heavy metal enrichment in Everglades
estuaries. [ABSTRACT]
1973 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Everglades; Mangrove swamps; Heavy metals; Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology

693. Matson, George C. The phosphate deposits of Florida.
1920
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Chicago
SUBJECTS: Economic geology, nonmetals; Phosphates

694. Mattraw, Harold C., Jr. Cation exchange capacity and exchangeable metals in a south Florida watershed.
[ABSTRACT]
1973 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils; Big Cypress Swamp; Geochemistry; Sediments

695. Maul, George A. A An evaluation of the Earth Resources Technology Satellite for observing ocean current
boundaries. [ABSTRACT]
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Geophysics, applied; Gulf of Mexico

696. Maxey, Larry R. A study of apatite mineralogy and apatite in phosphorite. [ABSTRACT]
1963 65 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Minerals; Geochemistry

697. May, James P. Sedimentary and geomorphic response to systematic variation of wave energy in the
nearshore zone. [ABSTRACT]
1973 209 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico; St.
Joseph Spit; Sediments; Gulf County

698. McClanahan, Timothy R. Hierarchical control of coral reef ecosystems.
1990 219 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUIBJCTS: Coials; Rcifls; Marine g(eologly and o((:ilno!lral)hy; Afri(:a

699. McClellan, Guerry H. t Identification of clay minerals from the Hawthorn Formation, Devil's Mill Hopper,
Alachua County, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1962 38 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Hawthorn Group; Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Devil's Mill Hopper; Minerals; Petrology,
sedimentary


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700. McClellan, Guerry H. Petrology of attapulgus clay in north Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1964 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Georgia; Petrology, sedimentary; Hawthorn Group; Clays

701. McConnell, Cary L. Mineral variations in phosphatic slimes. IABSTRACTI
19/3 6b p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Minerals; Waste disposal; Polk County; Silicates; Phosphates; Heavy minerals; Peace River; Engineering and
environmental geology

702. McCoy, John J. The fossil birds of the Ichetucknee River, Florida.
1960 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, vertebrate; Ichetucknee River

703. McCullough, Louis M. The Amusium ocalanum biozone. [ABSTRACT]
1969 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Eocene; Jacksonian; Crystal River Formation; Paleontology, general

704. McFadden, Maureen Petrology of porcellanites in the Hawthorn Formation, Hamilton County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hamilton County; Hawthorn Group; Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Chert; Silicates; Petrology, sedimentary

705. McJunkin, David M. Aspects of cypress domes in southeastern Florida: a study in micro-phytogeography.
1977 184 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Atlantic
SUBJECTS: Cypress domes; Surficial geology, geomorphology

706. McKellar, Henry N., Jr. Metabolism and models of estuarine bay ecosystems affected by a coastal power
plant. [ABSTRACT]
1975 270 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Crystal River; Pollution; Citrus County; Engineering and environmental geology

707. McKinney, Curtis R. An evaluation of uranium series disequilibrium dating of fossil teeth.
1977 65 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Uranium; Africa; Cenozoic; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

708. McKinney, Michael L. Ontogeny, phylogeny, and post-depositional alteration of the oligopygoid echinoids of
the Ocala Limestone. [ABSTRACT]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Ocala Limestone; Paleogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, invertebrate; Stratigraphy, historical geology

709. McLaughlin, John J. A study of the social aspects of water management in the upper St. Johns River basin.
1973 176 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: St. Johns River; Hydrogeology and hydrology

710. McNeely, Philip A. A bouguer gravity survey and computer model of north Florida and south Georgia. [NOTE]
1988 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Africa; Georgia; Basement; Eagle Mills Formation; Geophysics, applied

711. McNeill, Donald F. Petrologic characteristics of the Pleistocene Anastasia Formation, Florida east coast.
ABSTRACT]
1983 161 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; St. Johns County; Anastasia Formation; Petrology, sedimentary; Palm Beach County; Stratigraphy,
historical geology

712. McNeillie, Jennifer I. A sedimentological and paleontological analysis of a large scale gravity flow DSDP site
615, leg 96.
1987 124 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico


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713. McNulty, John K. Recovery of Biscayne Bay from pollution.
1966
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Thermal pollution; Pollution; Biscayne Bay; Engineering and environmental geology

714. McPherson, Robert B. The influence of release management and calculational assumptions on doses due to
airborne radioactivity releases from a coastal nuclear facility.
1973 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Crystal River; Radiation

715. Mealor, William T., Jr. The open-range in south Florida and its contemporary successors.
1973 329 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Georgia
SUBJECTS: Economic geology, general and mining geology

716. Mechler, Lina S. Recent foraminifera of St. Andrew Bay, Florida.
1984 200 p.
DEGREE LEVEL. Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Texas, Arlington
SUBJECTS: Bay County: Foraminifera: Holocene; Quaternary; St. Andrew Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate

717. Medina, Miguel A. Interaction of urban stormwater runoff, control measures and receiving water response.
1976 298 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Runoff; Hydrogeology and hydrology

718. Medley, Eugene W. Phytoplankton communities of 58 acidic lakes in the Ocala National Forest.
1989 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes, Engineering and environmental geology

719. Meeder, John F. The mollusca from the Inglis Formation (Upper Eocene, Florida) and their zoogeographic
implications. [ABSTRACT]
1976 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Eocene; Inglis Formation; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

720. Mpeder, John F. The paleoecology, petrology and depositional model of the Pliocene Tamiami Formation,
southwest Florida (with special reference to corals and reef development). [ABSTRACT]
1987 774 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Models; Corals; Pliocene; Reefs; Tamiami Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

721. Meitzke, Jane E. Pleistocene terraces in Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1962 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Pleistocene; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

722. Melas, Faye F. Facies analysis and petrophysical characteristics of the Jurassic Smackover Formation,
Conecuh Embayment, Alabama-Florida.
1989 312 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: City University of New York
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Smackover Formation; Conecuh Embayment; Petrology, sedimentary

723. Melkote, Shekhar R. A* Occurrence and distribution of the mineral weddellite (CaC204,2H2O) in the organic
sediments of the Florida Everglades. [ABSTRACT]
1983 126 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Everglades; Minerals; Geochemistry; Peat

724. Mendelsohn, Stuart Physical and chemical characteristics of the sediments of the lagoonal waters surrounding
Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
1975 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Cape Canaveral; Sediments; Estuaries; Brevard County

725. Mericle, James E. Gravity study of crustal structures in the South Florida Embayment. [ABSTRACT]
1979 57 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Basement; Structural geology; Geophysics, applied


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726. Merkl, Roland S. A sedimentological and geochemical study of the fuller's earth deposits of the Miocene
Hawthorn Group of south Georgia-north Florida.
1989 196 p.
DEGRFE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Indiana, Bloomington
SUBJECTS: Isolopes; Hawthorn Group; Meigs Member; Coosawhatchie Formation; Torreya Formation; Dogtown Clay
Member; Fuller's arlth; Miocene; Neogone; Tertiary; Economic geology, nonmetals; Geochemnistry

727. Messer, Jay J. An analysis of nutrient loading and trophic conditions in Lake Weir, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1975 202 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Surficial geology, soils; Pollution; Peat; Organic materials; Engineering and environmental
geology; Lake Weir; Marion County

728. Messer, Jay J. Nitrogen mass balance in Florida ecosystems.
1978 416 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering and environmental geology

729. Metrin, Deborah B. Geochemical significance of selected ions in Eocene carbonate rocks of peninsular
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979 64 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Geochemistry; Carbonates; Strontium

730. Metz, Simone Metal enrichment processes in the marine environment.
1986 142 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Metals; Marine geology and oceanography

731. Metz, Simone Provenance and partitioning of Fe, Mn, and Sr in west Florida shelf sediments as a function of
grain size and carbonate content.
1982 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Heavy metals; Continental shelf; Gulf of Mexico;
Carbonates

732. Meyer, David B. Assessing the impact of drilling operations on the sedimentology and geochemistry of the
Texas Flower Garden Banks region, northwest Gulf of Mexico.
1981 65 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Geochemistry; Gulf of Mexico; Oil spills and pollution

733. Meyer, Lawrence P. A Paleontology and sedimentary history of post-Hawthorn Formation deposition in the
Lake Apopka basin, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1983 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lake Apopka; Karst; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Petrology, sedimentary; Pleistocene; Paleontology, general;
Jackson Bluff Formation

734. Meyer, Renkert G. A description of wind tides, astronomical tides and circulation in the Indian River near
Melbourne, Florida.
1977 100 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Brevard County; Indian River; Lagoons

735. Meyers, Jayson B. Stable isotope hydrology and diagenesis in the surficial aquifer system, southern Florida
Everglades. [ABSTRACT]
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Everglades; Surficial aquifer; Dade County; Tamiami Canal; Hydrogeology and hydrology

736. Meyers, William D. Insoluble residues from Humble Well #15 Gulf Coast Realties Corporation, Collier County,
Florida. [NOTE]
1952
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Petrology, sedimentary; Sunniland Oil Field

737. Mickle, Andrew L. Temperature variations in the upper part of the Floridan Aquifer, Alachua County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1988 109 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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738. Mihalyi, D. L. Petrology and dolomitization of the Sunniland Limestone (Lower Cretaceous), a subsurface unit
of peninsular Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Rochester
SUBJECTS: Sunniland Limestone; Cretaceous; Petrology, sedimentary

739. Miller, Ross N. A field scale investigation of enhanced petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation in the vadose
zone combining soil venting as an oxygen source with moisture and nutrient addition.
1990 403 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Utah State University
SUBJECTS: Bay County; Pollution; Tyndall Air Force Base; Engineering and environmental geology

740. Miller, W. L. Hydrologic resources of the Everglades City area, Collier County, Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wright State
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Hawthorn Group; Tampa Member; Everglades City; Swamps; Miocene; Floridan Aquifer; Lakes;
Hydrogeology and hydrology

741. Milligan, Donald B. Marine geology of the Florida Straits. [ABSTRACT]
1962 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography

742. Milliman, John D. The marine geology of Hogsty Reef, a Bahamian atoll. [NOTE]
1966
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Bahamas; Reefs

743. Milton, Jesse W. The distribution of Recent foraminifera south of St. George Island, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Gulf of Mexico; Holocene; Quaternary; St. George Island; Franklin County; Paleontology,
invertebrate

744. Mims, J. F. Location and evaluation of borrow material for beach nourishment, Melbourne Beach, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 84 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Melbourne Beach; Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal environment; Pleistocene

745. Misiaszek, Steven M. A qualitative and quantitative study of the zooplankton in a sub-tropical lagoonal system.
1978 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Estuaries; Lagoons; Marine geology and oceanography

746. Missimer, Thomas M. The depositional history of Sanibel Island, Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Lee County; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Sanibel Island; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Petrology,
sedimentary

747. Mitchell, Charles C., Jr. The sulfur fertility status of Florida soils. [ABSTRACT]
1980 194 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Surficial geology, soils

748. Mitchell, Charles L. Petrology of selected carbonate rocks from the Hawthorn Formation, Devil's Mill Hopper,
Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1965 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Hawthorn Group; Devil's Mill Hopper; Alachua County; Petrology, sedimentary

749. Mitchell, Richard S. Phytogeography and floristic survey of a relic area in the Marianna Lowlands, Florida.
[NOTE]
1962 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Jackson County; Caverns; Florida Caverns State Park; Marianna Caverns State Park

750. Mitchell-Tapping, Hugh J. The mechanical breakdown of Recent carbonate sediment in the coral reef
environment. IABSTRACTI
1978 442 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Sediments; Reefs; Bahamas; West Indies; Florida Keys; Virgin Islands; Grand Cayman Island;
Caribbean Sea; Holocene; Quaternary; Corals; Marine geology and oceanography


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751. Mitchum, Gary T. Continental shelf water response to large-scale, low-frequency wind forcing with emphasis
on the frictional nearshore region. IABSTRACTI
1984 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico; Continental shelf

752. Mitsch, William J. r Systems analysis of nutrient disposal in cypress wetlands and lake ecosystems in Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 421 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Wetlands; Lake Alice; Gainesville; Swamps; Engineering and environmental geology

753. Miura, Ryosuke A colorimetric method for the analysis of coprostanol: an indicator of water pollution.
1973 112 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology

754. Modert, Christopher W. The effects of ultraviolet radiation on the production rates of natural populations of
estuarine phytoplankton.
1977 93 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Estuaries; Marine geology and oceanography

755. Montgomery, Ralph T. Environmental and ecological studies of the diatom communities associated with the
coral reefs of the Florida Keys.
1978 336 p. (vol.1), 204 p. (vol 2)
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Algae, Reefs; Holocene; Monroe County; Florida Keys; Quaternary; Corals; Paleontology, paleobotany

756. Moon, Jai Woon Petrographic and geochemical aspects of dolomitization: Middle Cretaceous carbonates from
Little Bahama Bank, Navidad Bank and Florida Escarpment.
1991 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Little Bahama Bank; Florida Escarpment; Gulf of Mexico; Cretaceous; Florida Platform; Petrology,
sedimentary; Geochemistry

757. Mooney, Rodney T., III. The stratigraphy of the Floridan Aquifer system east and northeast of Lake
Okeechobee, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Floridan Aquifer; Paleogene; Tertiary; Lake Okeechobee; Stratigraphy, historical geology; St. Lucie
County; Martin County; Palm Beach County

758. Moore, David L. Geophysical signatures to photolinears at the Cross-Bar Wellfield, Pasco County, Florida.
ABSTRACTI
1981 73 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pasco County; Cross-Bar Ranch Wellfield; Carbonates; Karst; Aquifers; Lineaments; Hydrogeology and hydrology

759. Moore, Wayne E. The geology of Jackson County, Florida.
1950
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Cornell
SUBJECTS: Jackson County; Areal geology, general

760. Morgan, William H. The seacoast of northwest Florida: a geographical appraisal.
1962 185 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

761. Morris, Frederick W. Hydraulic measurements, data analysis, and rational design procedures for residential tidal
canal networks.
1978 637 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Rivers, streams, and canals; Engineering and environmental geology; Estuaries

762. Moshier, Stephen O. On the nature and origin of microporosity in micritic limestones.
1987 369 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Bahamas; Limestone; Isotopes; Geochemistry; Petrology, sedimentary

763. Mott, Charles J. The geology of the Putnam Hall Quadrangle, Putnam County, Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1967 54 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Putnam Hall; Putnam County; Areal geology, general


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764. Muessig, Paul H. A Acute toxicity of mercuric chloride and the accumulation and distribution of mercuric
chloride and methyl mercury in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)
1974 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Mercury; Pollution; Geochemistry

765. Mulhern, Ed A toxicity study of three refined fuel oils and a reference toxicant with respect to the sabellariid
worm Phragmatopoma lapidosa.
1976 45 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Oil spills and pollution; Marine geology and oceanography

766. Mullins, Allan T. A study of marine terrigenous sediments from the Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1959
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Gulf of Mexico; St. George Island; Franklin County; Marine geology and oceanography

767. Mullins, B. M. Geochemical aspects of atmospherically transported trace metals over the Georgia Bight.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Georgia Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Heavy metals; Jacksonville; South Carolina; Geochemistry

768. Murphy, Philip J. Holocene diagenesis of the Anastasia Formation, northeastern Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Anastasia Formation; Holocene; Petrology, sedimentary; St. Johns County

769. Nash, Robert E. Historical changes in the mean high water shoreline and nearshore bathymetry of South
Georgia and North Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Georgia; Marine geology and oceanography

770. Neale, M. John A sedimentological study of the Gulf coasts of Cayo-Costa and North Captiva Islands,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1980 144 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Lee County; Gulf of Mexico; Cayo-Costa Island; Captiva Island; Marine geology and oceanography

771. Nehus, Nathaniel P. Characterization of humic acid activated carbon interactions.
1987 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Geochemistry

772. Nettles, James E. A Study of foraminifera in the Clayton Formation (Paleocene) near Ft. Gaines, Georgia.
[ABSTRACT]
1959
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Foraminifera; Paleocene; Paleontology, invertebrate

773. Nettles, N. Sandy A Intertidal calcitic muds along the west coast of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 110p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Surficial geology, soils; Marine sediments; Estuaries

774. Neurauter, Thomas W. A Bed forms on the west Florida shelf as detected with side scan sonar. [ABSTRACT]
1979 144 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Geophysics, applied; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

775. Newhouse, Richard G. A A land use study of finger-fill residential waterfront development in coastal Pinellas
County, Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1972 149 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal environment; Estuaries

776. Ng, Elliot K. Efficiency/equity analysis of water resources problems: a game theoretic approach.
1985 160 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology

777. Nickens, Dan A. A Surface textures of quartz sand grains from Trail Ridge and adjacent areas. IABSTRACTI
1977 100 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sand; Trail Ridge; Heavy minerals


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778. Niedoroda, Alan W. The generation of currents associated with transverse bars.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography

779. Niedoroda, Alan W. Preliminary study of transverse bars. IABSTRACTI
1968
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography

780. Nix, Stephan J. Analysis of storage/release systems in urban stormwater quality management. [ABSTRACT]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Runoff; Engineering and environmental geology

781. Nokay, Remzi Characteristics of Florida oil bearing sands.
1951 29 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Economic geology, energy sources

782. Norrish, Winston A. The effects of organisms on sediment deposition in St. Joseph Bay, Florida.
1985 137 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Gulf County; Estuaries; St. Joseph Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

783. Novak, Irwin D. The origin of the beach ridges in Fort Clinch State Park, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1968 51 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Fort Clinch State Park; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment

784. Novich, Bruce E. The composition and rheology of the Florida phosphatic waste clay slurries: geotechnical
implications.
1983
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Phosphates; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry

785. Nuckels, Mark G. r Diagenesis of west-central Florida chert. [ABSTRACTI
1981 123 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Chert; Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates

786. Nugent, Richard S., Jr. The effects of thermal effluent on some of the macrofauna of a subtropical estuary.
1970
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Thermal pollution; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

787. Nwaochei, Ben N. Geophysical investigations of the Nicaraguan Rise. [ABSTRACT]
1981 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Rutgers
SUBJECTS: Caribbean Sea; Florida Platform; Geophysics, applied; Atlantic Ocean; Structural geology

788. O'Brien, Edward J. On the validity of the geostrophic approximation for the Florida Current.
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Florida Current; Marine geology and oceanography

789. O'Connor, Lynn D. Gravity study of crustal structures in northeast peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1984 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Paleozoic; Triassic; Geophysics, applied; Basement; Structural geology

790. Ogburn, Reuben W., III Phosphorus dynamics in an acidic, soft-water Florida lake. [ABSTRACT]
1984 161 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: McCloud Lake; Trail Ridge; Sediments; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology

791. Ogden, George M., Jr. Depositional environment of the fuller's earth clays of northwest Florida and
southwest Georgia. [ABSTRACT)
1978 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Clays; Fuller's earth; Economic geology, nonmetals; Sediments; Miocene


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792. Okayasu, Kunio Effectiveness of a hydraulic breakwater.
1973 49 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography; Engineering and environmental geology

793. Olds, T. S. Occasional rapid decline and draining of Lake Bradford, Tallahassee, Florida. IABSTRACT]
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Karst; Lake Bradford: Leon County; Surficial geology, geomorphology

794. O'Neil, Kathleen Chemical partitioning to wetland detritus and the application of fugacity models.
1987 206 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Pollution; Models; Engineering and environmental geology

795. O'Neill, Charles W. Sedimentology of East Key, Dry Tortugas, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Dry Tortugas; East Key; Holocene; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography; Petrology,
sedimentary

796. Opper, Steven C. r The hydrogeology of Lake Wauberg and vicinity, Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 119 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Lake Wauberg; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

797. Osking, Eric B. Sedimentation controls and resulting geomorphology of microtidal, low energy, freshwater
influenced shelf embayments: west Central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 185 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Marine sediments; Citrus County; Hernando County; Crystal River;
Chassahowitzka Bay

798. Outler, Brenda C. The stratigraphy and environments of deposition of the Tuscaloosa Formation in part of
panhandle Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1979 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Tuscaloosa Formation; Cretaceous; Stratigraphy, historical geology

799. Ovalles, Francisco A. Evaluation of soil-landscape relationships and soil variability using the hillslope model in
Alachua County, Florida.
1984 163 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Surficial geology, soils

800. Ovalles, Francisco A. Selection of important properties to evaluate the use of geostatistical analysis in selected
northwest Florida soils.
1986 206 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, soils

801. Packard, Jeffery J. The Upper Silurian Barlow Inlet Formation, Cornwallis Island, Arctic Canada.
1985 144 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
SUBJECTS: Silurian; Canada; Corals; Florida Bay; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Petrology, sedimentary

802. Painter, B. D. A three dimensional hydrologic model of Lee County, Florida.
1984 642 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Models; Caloosahatchee River; Lee County; Surficial aquifer; Sandstone Aquifer; Mid-Hawthorn Aquifer; Lower
Hawthorn Aquifer; Corkscrew Swamp; Cape Coral; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

803. Panik, Paul J. Release of uranium, radium, radon, and polonium from Florida phosphate rock.
1987 96 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Phosphates; Radiation; Uranium; Radon; Geochemistry

804. Papetti, Lawrence W. Heavy minerals in Holocene sediments of the inner Florida Atlantic continental shelf.
(ABSTRACT]
1991 146 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Continental shelf; Atlantic Ocean; Heavy minerals; Marine geology and oceanography


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805. Parchure, T. M. Erosional behavior of deposited cohesive sediments. [ABSTRACT]
1984 321 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Estuaries; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

806. Parker, Douglas M. A comparison of deep reef foraminiferal assemblages in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Foraminifera; Continental shelf; Tortuga Bank; Marine geology and oceanography

807. Parker, G. G. Geology and groundwater of the Kissimmee River, Lake Okeechobee area, Florida.
1946
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Washington
SUBJECTS: Kissimmee River; Lake Okeechobee; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

808. Parker, Neal M. A sedimentological study of Perdido Bay and adjacent offshore environments. [ABSTRACT]
1968 57 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Sediments; Alabama; Perdido Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

809. Parkinson, Randall W. Holocene sedimentation and coastal response to rising sea level along a subtropical
low energy coast, Ten Thousand Islands, southwest Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 244 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Holocene; Ten Thousand Islands; Mangrove swamps; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Coastal
environment; Marine geology and oceanography

810. Parson, Larry E. The immediate response of beach profile readjustment of the Indialantic/Melbourne Beach
nourishment project.
1982 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Engineering and environmental geology; Indialantic; Melbourne Beach; Brevard County

811. Pastula, Edward J., Jr. The ecology and distribution of Recent foraminifera of Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1967 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Choctawhatchee Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate; Walton County; Okaloosa County

812. Paull, Charles K. I. Florida escarpment: chemosynthetic communities, geochemical processes and geological
consequences. II. Stable isotopic signal carriers in fine pelagic carbonates. [NOTE]
1986 218 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of California, San Diego
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Cretaceous; Florida Escarpment; Isotopes; Foraminifera;
Algae; Quaternary

813. Paull, Charles K. The structure, stratigraphy, and development of the Florida-Hatteras Slope and inner Blake
Plateau. [ABSTRACT]
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

814. Peacock, Roland S. The post-Eocene stratigraphy of southern Collier County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 42 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Collier County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Suwannee Limestone; Hawthorn Group; Tamiami
Formation

815. Pearce, Edward W. An evaluation of the use of amorphous silica as a ground-water tracer in carbonate
aquifer systems. [ABSTRACT]
1984 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Texas; Hydrogeology and hydrology

816. Pearce, James M. Salt water intrusion in well fields of coastal Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1953 88 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Salt-water intrusion

817. Peck, Douglas M. Stratigraphy and paleoecology of the Tamiami Formation in Lee County, Florida.
IABSTRACTI
1976 249 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Lee County; Tamiami Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology


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818. Peffer, Stephen O. Nutrient characteristics of the lagoonal sediments surrounding the Kennedy Space Center,
Florida.
1975 94 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Sediments; Cape Canaveral; Lagoons; Brevard County

819. Penick, Mary J. In situ biodegradation in groundwater studies.
1989 150 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Oil spills and pollution; Aquifers; Engineering and environmental geology

820. Perez, Armando I. An investigation of parameters affecting the cost of impounding water for flow
augmentation.
1968 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lake Apopka; Orange County; Lake County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution

821. Perez, Armando I. A water quality model for a conjunctive surface-groundwater system. [ABSTRACT]
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution

822. Perlmutter, Martin A. The recognition and reconstruction of storm sedimentation in the nearshore, southwest
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 251 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Sediments; Collier County; Ten Thousand Islands; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography; Coastal environment

823. Petering, George W. New Pass: facies and characteristics of a tidal inlet on the southwest Florida coast.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas, Austin
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Continental shelf; New Pass; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Coastal
environment

82,+-Peters, Esther C. Effects of long-term exposure of the coral Manicina areolata (Linne, 1758)to water-soluble
oil extracts. [ABSTRACT]
1978 167 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Corals; Marine geology and oceanography; Engineering and environmental geology

825. Peterson, Daniel W. Taphonomy and community analysis of a restricted subtropic lagoon: Long Key Lake, Long
Key, USA.
1988 155 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati
SUBJECTS: Lagoons; Long Key Lake; Engineering and environmental geology

826. Petrick, Audrey B. A microfauna of the Pliocene of Florida.
1941
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Columbia
SUBJECTS: Pliocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Paleontology, general

827. Pezeshki, Charlotte Response of benthic macroinvertebrates of a shrub swamp to discharge of treated
wastewater.
1987 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Apalachicola; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

828. Pfeuffer, Richard J. The degradation of ethion in water and sediment from a citrus grove irrigation canal in
Florida.
1982 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

82". Phair, R. L. Seismic stratigraphy of the Lower Cretaceous rocks in the southwestern Straits of Florida.
1984 319 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas, Austin
SUBJECTS: Cretaceous; Straits of Florida; Atlantic Ocean; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Geophysics, applied

830. Phelps. Gertrude G. Estimates of recharge to the principle artesian aquifer in northeast Florida. IAIS1RACTI
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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831. Pierce, R. R. Application of a resource analysis technique to a subtropical coastal area, south Brevard County,
Florida.
1982 241 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Coastal environment; Engineering and environmental geology

832. Pierce, Richard H., Jr. Distribution of naturally-occurring chelating agents humicc acid). [NOTEI
1969 118 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Rivers, streams, and canals; Red tide; Geochemistry; Organic materials

833. Pike, Stanley F. Computer simulation of configuration and sea level changes in Florida Bay.
1987 160 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Models; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Florida Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

834. Pilkey, Orrin H. Trace elements in recent and fossil mollusk shells. [ABSTRACT]
1963
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Geochemistry; Paleontology, invertebrate

835. Pirkle, E. C., Jr. Pebble phosphate of Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1956 224 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Cincinnati
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Petrology, sedimentary; Phosphates

836. Pirkle, F. L. Characterization of variation in grain size and heavy mineral content of Trail Ridge sediments.
1977 245 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Georgia; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Trail Ridge; Heavy minerals; Petrology, sedimentary

837. Pirkle, Fredric L. Evaluation of possible source regions of Trail Ridge sands. [ABSTRACT]
1974 58 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sand; Trail Ridge; Economic geology, nonmetals; Heavy minerals

838. Pirkle, William A. The offset course of the St. Johns River, Florida.
1970
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: St. Johns River; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Rivers, streams, and canals
'k-
839. Pirkle, William A. Trail Ridge, a relict shoreline feature of Florida and Georgia.
1972 90 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Trail Ridge; Surficial geology, geomorphology

840. Platko, John R., II Dissolved oxygen budgets of the Florida Everglades.
1986 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Everglades; Geochemistry

841. Pollack, Lawrence P. The degradation of aldicarb sulfoxide and aldicarb sulfone in artificial and natural
estuarine water.
1985 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

842. Pollard, Lin D. Sedimentation rate determinations on ocean bottom cores by gamma ray spectrometry.
1967
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Marine geology and oceanography

843. Pontigo, Felipe A., Jr. Pre-Haynesville stratigraphy and structural geology of the Apalachicola embayment:
petrology and paleoenvironmental interpretation of the Smackover Formation. [NOTE]
1982 307 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Jurassic; Franklin County; Smackover Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology

844. Pourzadeh-Boushehri, Jalil Geochemical aspects of paleoecology of Plio-Pleistocene of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 39 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pliocene; Pleistocene; Geochemistry; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Cenozoic; Neogene; Tertiary; Mollusca;
Surficial geology, quaternary geology


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845. Pourzadeh-Boushehri, Jalil A physical, chemical, and mineralogical study of selected soils from west Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1970 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Minerals; Geochemistry; Surficial geology, soils

846. Powell, Lynn G. Petrology and diagenesis of the Upper Smackover Formation, Jay Fields, Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
1984 153 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of New Orleans
SUBJECTS: Smackover Formation; Santa Rosa County; Jurassic; Jay Field; Stratigraphy, historical geology

847. Powell, Thomas E., Jr. The geology of the St. Mark's Quadrangle.
1924
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: St. Marks Quadrangle; Areal geology, general; Wakulla County

848. Prager, Ellen J. The growth and structure of calcareous nodules (for-algaliths) on Florida's outer shelf.
[ABSTRACT)
1987 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography; Foraminifera; Petrology, sedimentary

849. Prasad, Sachindra Microsucrosic dolomite from the Hawthorn Formation (Miocene) of Florida: distribution
and development. [ABSTRACTI
1985
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Hawthorn Group; Petrology, sedimentary

850. Pratt, Ann E. The taphonomy and paleoecology of the Thomas Farm local fauna (Miocene, Hemingfordian),
Gilchrist County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1986 497 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Gilchrist County; Thomas Farm; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Paleontology,
vertebrate

851. Pratt, Daniel A. The hydrogeology of a mixed pine and cypress commercial forest in Bradford County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Bradford County; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Runoff; Clays

852. Prest, Kenneth W., Jr. Cesium transport in the palmetto component of a mixed hardwood ecosystem in the
Florida environment. [ABSTRACT)
1973 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation

853. Puckett, William E. Soils, landscapes, and ground-penetrating radar analysis of the Chiefland limestone plain, in
Levy County, Florida.
1990 268 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Levy County; Chiefland Limestone; Cenozoic; Surficial geology, soils

854. Purba, Mulia A parametric evaluation of observations in the Georgia Bight, March-May, 1980. [ABSTRACT]
1984 166 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: North Carolina State
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Atlantic Ocean

855. Puri, Harbans S. Correlation of the Miocene of the Florida panhandle with the western and central Gulf
states. [NOTE]
1953
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Washington County; Holmes County; Chipola
Formation

856. Putzier, Paul F. A Surface resistivity delineation of the shallow aquifer, St. Lucie County, Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1987 144 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: St. Lucie County; Aquilers; Hydrogeoloq)y and hydrology; Crystal Hiver Aq(lllIor; Indian Hlvir Co(i()unty


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857. Pyle, Thomas E. Structure of the west Florida Platform, Gulf of Mexico.
1972 199 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Reefs; Cretaceous; Tertiary; Geophysics, general; Structural
geology; Florida Platform

858. Quarles, William A. Mechanisms of surface water contamination in an agricultural area of Putnam County,
Florida. ABSTRACTI
1986 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Putnam County; Orange Mills; Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology

859. Quimby, Diane L. N-alkanes and fatty acids in interstitial water and sediment from Eau Gallie Harbor, Florida.
1986 47 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Eau Gallie Harbor; Estuaries; Marine sediments; Brevard County

860. Quinn, Heather A. Characterization of carbonate rocks from the saline zone of the Floridan Aquifer, Pinellas
County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Floridan Aquifer; Avon Park Formation; Ocala Limestone; Suwannee Limestone; Carbonates;
Petrology, sedimentary

861. Quinn, T. M. Evolution of selected Holocene mangrove islands of west-central Florida Bay.
1984 14 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Florida Bay; Holocene; Quaternary; Mangrove swamps; Marine geology and
oceanography

862. Raasch, Albert C., Jr. The Sunniland Oil Field of Collier County, Florida. INOTE]
1954 33 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Sunniland Field; Economic geology, energy sources

863. Rance, Don P. Beach morphodynamics and particle size distribution from characteristically differing beaches in
close proximity, Brevard County, Florida.
1988 164 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
S SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Coastal environment; Surficial geology, geomorphology

864. Rastegar, Hamid Prediction of runoff volume and pollution landings for Turkey Creek basin and effect of
urbanization of them.
1976 186 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Runoff; Turkey Creek; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution; Brevard County

865. Raymond, William F. A geologic investigation of the offshore sands and reefs of Broward County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Reefs; Sand; Broward County; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment

866. Rea, Raymond A. Influence of regolith properties in migration of septic tank effluent. [ABSTRACT]
1977 92 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology; White Trout Lake; Hillsborough County

867. Reed, Timm L. Heavy metal concentrations in the sediments of a portion of the east Florida continental shelf.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Continental Shelf; Heavy metals; Marine geology and oceanography

868. Reel, David A. Geothermal gradients and heat flow in Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1970 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied; Economic geology, energy sources

869. Reifenstein, M. B. An analysis of the relationship between the scallop Argopecten anteamplicostatus and the
barnacle Balanus niveus from the Caloosahatchee Formation of southern Florida.
1977 47 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Bachelor's UNIVERSITY: St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Cenozoic; Caloosahatchee Formation; Pliocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Pleistocene; Quaternary;
Phanerozoic; Paleontology, invertebrate


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870. Reik, Barry A. The Tertiary stratigraphy of Clay County, Florida with emphasis on the Hawthorn Formation.
[ABSTRACT]
1981 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Clay County; Hawthorn Group; Stratigraphy, historical geology

871. Reinhart, Roy H. Halianassa ossivalensis: a sirenian from the Pliocene Bone Valley Formation, Florida.
1947
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Chicago
SUBJECTS: Bone Valley Member; Pliocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, vertebrate

872. Revell, Steve Heavy mineral content of some Pleistocene sands of Leon and Wakulla Counties, Florida.
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Leon County; Wakulla County; Heavy minerals; Pleistocene; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

873. Reverman, Karla M. Mechanisms for neomorphism of the Pleistocene Anastasia Formation, Florida.
1985
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Anastasia Formation; Pleistocene; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

874. Reynolds, William J. Beach dynamics and the societal response to beach erosion at Marco Island, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1982 362 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Rutgers State University
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Marco Island; Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal environment; Barrier islands

875. Reynolds, William R. The lithostratigraphy and clay mineralogy of the Tampa-Hawthorn sequence of
peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Hawthorn Group; Tampa Member; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Clays

876. Richards, Gragg Rainfall of Florida.
1927
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Clark
SUBJECTS: Meteorology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

877. Richards, James A. Depositional history of the Sunniland Limestone (Lower Cretaceous) Racoon Point Field,
Collier County, Florida.
1987 175 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of New Orleans
SUBJECTS: Sunniland Limestone; Collier County; Cretaceous; Racoon Point Field; Stratigraphy, historical geology

878. Richards, James K. The accuracies of stations in the super first-order triangulation at Cape Canaveral with
respect to the density of geodimeter baselines in the net.
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio State University
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Geophysics, applied

879. Richards, Storm L. Geographic techniques for differentiating archaeological sites in Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978 133 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, quaternary geology

880. Richardson, David B. Hydrographical description of the Ft. Pierce Inlet and the adjoining section of the Indian
River.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Fort Pierce Inlet; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Estuaries; St. Lucie County

881. Richey, James M. The sedimentary environments of the beach, swamp, and shoals of Cape Romano, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cape Romano; Swamps; Petrology, sedimentary; Coastal environment; Collier County; Goodland; Everglades

882. Ridgley, Mark A. A Precipitation and groundwater levels in south Florida: a time series analysis. [NOTE]
1980
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State University
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers; Biscayne Aquifer


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883. Riecken, Charles C. The thermoluminescent characteristics of Cenozoic calcite from Florida in relation to
geologic occurence. IABSTRACT]
1960 57 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Minerals; Carbonates; Cenozoic; Mineralogy and crystallography

884. Riedle, Lisa A. Groundwater accounting for the Indian River Farms Water Management District of southeastern
Florida.
1988 398 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Alabama
SUBJECTS: Vero Beach; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers; Indian River County

885. Riegel, Walter L. Palynology of environments of peat formation (Recent) in southwestern Florida.
1965 198 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Penn State
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Sediments; Quaternary; Peat; Paleontology, general

886. Riggs, Stanley R. Phosphorite stratigraphy, sedimentation, and petrology of the Noralyn Mine, Central Florida
Phosphate District.
1967 295 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Montana
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Noralyn Mine; Polk County; Economic geology, general and mining geology

887. Ripy, Bruce J. Effects of offshore petroleum production platforms on the mineralogy of suspended
sediments, with emphasis on the clay mineralogy of a bottom water nepheloid layer, inner continental shelf,
Grand Isle, Louisiana-August 1972 to January 1974. [ABSTRACT]
1974 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Louisiana; Continental shelf; Gulf of Mexico; Economic geology, energy sources; Marine sediments

888. Ritter, Michael N. The hydrogeology and origin of Alachua Sink, Alachua County, Florida.
1991 110p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua Sink; Alachua County; Karst; Hydrogeology and hydrology

889. Rizk, Felix F. Sedimentological studies at Alligator Spit, Franklin County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 171 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Alligator Spit; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment; Franklin County; Marine sediments;
Petrology, sedimentary

890. Robati, Bahman Determination of complexation capacity of Lake Washington water samples by amperometric
titration.
1978 71 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Metals; Lake Washington; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Brevard County

891. Roberts, William B. A study of river terraces of the Chattahoochee River basin between Chattahoochee,
Florida, and Fort Gaines, Georgia. [ABSTRACT]
1958 47 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Chattahoochee River; Chattahoochee; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Rivers, streams, and canals

892. Robertson, Jesse S. Blancan mammals from Haile XVA, Alachua County, Florida.
1970 156 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Paleontology, vertebrate

893. Rodriguez, Heber M. Impact of intensive slash pine management in the hydrology of a coastal, wet savanna
watershed.
1981 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology

894. Rodriguez, Maria C. Gravity investigation of crustal structures in southwest Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Basement; Geophysics, applied; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Triassic; Jurassic

895. Roessler, Charles E. Cesium-137 and other gamma radioactivity in the Florida environment -- a study of
selected media. [ABSTRACT]
1967 169 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation


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896. Rogers, Scott W. Sediments of a seagrass bed in Anclote Anchorage, Tarpon Springs, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1977 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Anclote Anchorage; Tarpon Springs; Holocene; Quaternary; Marine geology and oceanography;
Estuaries; Carbonates; Marine sediments

897. Rose, Seth The heavy metal adsorption characteristics Hawthorn Formation sediment. IABSTRACT]
1981 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Sediments; Landfills; Hawthorn Group; Geochemistry

898. Rosen, Douglas S. Beach and nearshore sedimentation on Caladesi Island State Park, Pinellas County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 116 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Caladesi Island; Barrier islands; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine sediments

899. Rosenfeld, J. K. Nitrogen diagenesis in nearshore anoxic sediments.
1977 200 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Yale
SUBJECTS: Organic materials; Sediments; Florida Bay; Rhode Island; Coastal environment; Geochemistry

900. Rosholt, John N. Evaluation of the Pa231/U, Th230/U method for Pleistocene dating. INOTE]
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Geochemistry; Pleistocene; Uranium

901. Rosholt, John N. Uranium in sediments. [NOTE]
1963
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Uranium; Geochemistry

902. Ross, Frederick W. Sedimentary structures and animal-sediment relationships: Old Tampa Bay, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 129 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Tampa Bay; Hillsborough County; Estuaries; Petrology, sedimentary

903. Rossinsky, Victor, Jr. Sedimentation and Holocene history of the Loxahatchee River Estuary, Jupiter, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1984
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Loxahatchee River; Jupiter; Palm Beach County; Estuaries; Salt-water intrusion; Surficial geology,
geomorphology

904. Rossinsky, Victor, Jr. Topographic, vegetative, and climatic controls on the petrography and geochemistry of
calcretes in the Bahamas and south Florida.
1990 252 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Geochemistry; Petrology, sedimentary

905. Roulo, David L. Comparative study of the composition of the macrozooplankton populations of two ecologically
different areas of the Indian River during the summer months.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Engineering and environmental geology

906. Rowan, M. Eileen A Use of hydrodynamic simulation in management of impounded Florida coastal marshes.
[ABSTRACT]
1987 171 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marshes; Lagoons; Models; Engineering and environmental geology; Indian River; Indian River County

907. Rowland, Bret Sedimentary analysis of the Glendon, Marianna Limestones (Oligocene) sequence.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Memphis State
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Mississippi; Oligocene; Glendon Limestone; Marianna Limestone; Paleogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy,
historical geology

908. Rumish, Bruce J. The effects of synthetic seagrass on the sediments and biological community.
1982 192 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Sediments; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography


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909. Rushton, Betty T. Ecosystem organization in phosphate clay settling ponds. [ABSTRACTI
1988 283 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Engineering and environmental geology; Clays; Phosphates; Sumter County

910. Russell, John P. Strontium, cesium, iodine, and barium determinations in samples by ion-induced X-ray
fluorescence.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology; Radiation

911. Ryan, Nancy J. The chemical and anatomical compositions of coal precursors. [ABSTRACT]
1985 286 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Georgia; Peat; Okefenokee Swamp; Everglades; Organic materials; Petrology, sedimentary

912. Ryan, William P., Jr. Provenance of the Norphlet Sandstone, northern Gulf coast.
1986 136 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: New Orleans
SUBJECTS: Norphlet Sandstone; Alabama; Mississippi; Triassic; Jurassic; Louisiana; Petrology, sedimentary

913. Rydell, Harold S. The implication of uranium isotope distributions associated with the Floridan Aquifer of
north Florida. IABSTRACTI
1969 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Isotopes; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology

914. Saffer, Barbara A study of Florida apatites and dolomites with emphasis on their association in south Florida
phosphorites: applications to beneficiation. [ABSTRACT]
1985 224 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Economic geology, general and mining geology; Petrology, sedimentary

915. Saffer, Parke E. A preliminary investigation of river and beach samples collected in the states of Florida,
Georgia, and Alabama. [NOTE]
1955
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Alabama; Petrology, sedimentary; Coastal environment; Heavy minerals; Rivers, streams, and canals

(1 6. Sanchez Diaz, Elias A dye dispersion study at Blind Pass, Florida.
1975 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Blind Pass; Pinellas County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

917. Sand, Mark D. A radioisotope assay for the quantification of sulfate-reducing bacteria in marine and fresh
water sediments.
1974 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Geochemistry

918. Saroop, Hayman Sedimentology, paleoecology and diagenesis of Middle and Upper Eocene carbonate
shoreline sequences, Crystal River, Florida. [ABSTRACTI
1974 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Tertiary; Crystal River; Citrus County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Petrology, sedimentary

919. Sarver, Timothy J. Geochemical analysis of selected Eocene carbonate rocks of peninsular Florida.
ABSTRACTI
1978 77 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Eocene; Paleogene; Tertiary; Carbonates; Geochemistry; Petrology, sedimentary

920. Saul, William L. Brown dolomite zone of the Lehigh Acres Formation, Lower Cretaceous, south Florida.
1987 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Southwestern Louisiana
SUBJECTS: Lee County; Lehigh Acres Formation; Twelve Mile Member; Charlotte Harbor; Lehigh Acres; Cretaceous;
Economic geology, energy sources

921. Sawyer, Robert K. Late Quaternary mineralogy and paleoenvironmental reconstruction of a freshwater peat-
forming basin in the Florida Everglades. IABSTRACT]
1982 147 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Peat; Everglades; Quaternary; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Organic materials


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922. Scanlan, Steven R. Groundwater model calibration for a hydrocarbon plume in a sandy, surficial aquifer.
[ABSTRACT)
1988 179 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Models; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

923. Schade, Carleton J. Late Holocene sedimentology of St. George Island, Florida. IABSTRACT]
1985 210 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Barrier islands; Holocene; Quaternary; St. George Island; Franklin County; Petrology, sedimentary; Coastal
environment

924. Scheinkman, Michael M. Nitrogen fixation (acetylene reduction assay) in Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida.
1985 102 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Tohopekaliga; Geochemistry; Osceola County; Pollution

925. Schlemmer, Frederick C., II Concentrations of particulate matter in the eastern Gulf of Mexico: an indicator
of surface circulation patterns. [NOTE]
1971 82 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Campeche Banks; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography

926. Schmidt, Walter Neogene stratigraphy and geologic history, Apalachicola Embayment, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
(Also available as Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 58)
1983 250 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Tertiary; Apalachicola Embayment; Leon County; Okaloosa County; Gulf County; Franklin County;
Liberty County; Jurassic; Stratigraphy, historical geology

927. Schmitt, Eric J. The effect of a heated effluent on primary productivity in the waters adjacent to a municipal
power plant.
1980 65 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Thermal pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Waste disposal; Estuaries

928. Schmitz, William J., Jr. t On the dynamics of the Florida Current. [NOTE]
1966
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Atlantic Ocean

929. Schnable, Jon E. The evolution and development of part of the northwest Florida coast. [ABSTRACT]
1966 243 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Coastal environment; Apalachicola River; Surficial geology,
geomorphology

930. Schneider, William H. Contributions of exposed sediment and macrophytes to phosphorus mobilization and
bioavailability in selected Florida lakes.
1988 64 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Sediments; Hydrogeology and hydrology

931. Schold, G. P. Analysis of an indigenous foraminiferal biocenosis from Buttonwood Sound, Florida Bay.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Florida Bay; Buttonwood Sound; Monroe County; Holocene; Quaternary; Sediments; Surficial
geology, quaternary geology

932. Scholl, David W. Modern coastal swamp sedimentation, southwestern Florida.
1962 139 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Stanford
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Swamps; Petrology, sedimentary

933. Scholl, James E. Water quality response to sewage effluent and urban runoff in the Halifax River, Florida.
1978 141 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Volusia County; Halifax River; Runoff; Heavy metals; Hydrogeology and hydrology

934. Scholz, Sally A. The distribution of Recent foraminifera in Hawk Channel, Florida.
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Wisconsin, Madison
SUBJECTS: Florida Bay; Foraminifera; Paleontology, invertebrate


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935. Schrader, David L. Holocene sedimentation in a low energy microtidal estuary, St. Lucie River, Florida
(U.S.A.). [ABSTRACT)
1984 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: St. Lucie River; Martin County; Holocene; Estuaries; Marine sediments; Petrology, sedimentary

936. Schroeder, Paul A. Pyrite and associated authigenic heavy minerals of the continental slope off the eastern
United States. IABSTRACTI
1981 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy minerals; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine sediments

937. Schug, Donald M. Political and economic aspects of artificial reefs in Pinellas County, Florida. (ABSTRACTI
1982 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Artificial reefs; Pinellas County; Clearwater; Marine geology and oceanography

938. Schult, Mark F. f Correlation between uranium levels, phosphate, and biostratigraphy in the Central Florida
Phosphate Mining District. [ABSTRACT)
1988 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Uranium; Phosphates; Polk County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Geochemistry; Economic geology, general
and mining geology

939. Schulze, Randy L. The biotic response to acid precipitation in Florida lakes.
1980 146 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Acid rain; Lakes; Hydrogeology and hydrology

940. Schwartz, Larry N. Nutrient, carbon, and water dynamics of a titi shrub swamp ecosystem in Apalachicola,
Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1989 259 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Apalachicola; Franklin County; Waste disposal; Swamps; Wetlands; Engineering and environmental geology

941. Scofield, Bruce C. Mercury concentrations in tissues of the American oyster, (Crassostrea virginica Gemlin)
along the Indian River in Florida.
1973 56 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Mercury; Pollution; Indian River; Geochemistry

942. Scolaro, Reginald J. Paleoecology of the bryozoa of the Chipola Formation, Clarksville area, Florida.
1968 256 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Tulane
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Miocene; Chipola Formation; Clarksville; Paleontology, invertebrate; Liberty County

943. Scolaro, Reginald J. r Some Florida Upper Miocene bryozoa. IABSTRACT)
1964 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, invertebrate

944. Scott, Greg W. A petrologic study of the Norphlet Formation (Jurassic), Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa
Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1986
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Northeastern Louisiana University
SUBJECTS: Escambia County; Santa Rosa County; Okaloosa County; Norphlet Sandstone; Jurassic; Smackover Formation;
Economic geology, energy sources

945. Scott, Thomas M. The lithostratigraphy of the Hawthorn Group (Miocene) of Florida. [ABSTRACT] (Also
available as Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 59)
1986 453 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Hawthorn Group; Penney Farms Formation; Marks Head Formation; Coosawhatchie Formation;
Statenville Formation; Arcadia Formation; Peace River Formation; Tampa Member; Bone Valley Member; Torreya Formatioo;
Nocatee Member; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

946. Searcy, Howard L. Groundwater hydrology of the Floridan Aquifer of central Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1956 49 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Polk County; Engineering and environmental geology; Floridan Aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology


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947. Sears, Stephen O. Facies interpretation and diagenetic modification of the Sunniland Limestone, south
Florida: a thin section and x-ray diffraction analysis. IABSTRACTI
1972 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cretaceous; Sunniland Limestone; Petrology, sedimentary

948. Segal, Lucille B. A regional study of Florida.
1937
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Columbia
SUBJECTS: Areal geology, general

949. Segretto, Peter S. The relationship between urbanization and streamflow in the Hillsborough River Basin,
1940;1970. [ABSTRACT)
1975 266 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Hillsborough River; Rivers, streams, and canals; Engineering and environmental geology;
Alligator Creek; Blackwater Creek

950. Sell, Maurice G. Modeling the response of mangrove ecosystems to herbicide spraying, hurricanes, nutrient
enrichment and economic development.
1977 390 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Pollution; Models; Engineering and environmental geology

951. Sengupta, Somnath Recent carbonate sedimentation in Florida Bay: a study to define major subenvironments.
1985 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Sediments; Holocene; Quaternary; Florida Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Carbonates

952. Setlow, Loren W. A Dune reddening: a scanning electron microscope study of quartz and heavy mineral sand
grains. INOTE)
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sand; Heavy minerals

953. Shanley, Evanne Photoadaptation in the red tide dinoflagellate Ptychodiscus brevis. [ABSTRACT]
1985 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Red tide; Marine geology and oceanography

954. Shannon, Brian E. Analysis of Lake Washington's water and nutrient budgets including the critical loading of
phosphorus.
1980 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Lake Washington; Brevard County

955. Shannon, Dennis L. Comparison of the foraminiferal faunas on both sides of the Tampa-Suwannee contact in
Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1967 120 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Tertiary; Oligocene; Miocene; Suwannee Limestone; Suwannee-Tampa Group; Suwannee
Limestone; Tampa Member; Paleontology, invertebrate

956. Sharpe, Charles L. Sedimentological interpretation of Tertiary carbonate rocks from west central Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1980 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Tertiary; Petrology, sedimentary; Miocene; Eocene; Avon Park Formation; Suwannee Limestone;
Ocala Limestone

957. Sharron, Earl E. Eutrophication-trophic state relationships in north and central Florida lakes.
1970 258 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

958. Shaw, Jonathan E. Anionic nutrients in ground water at a spray irrigation site, Tampa, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1980 70 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Tampa; Waste disposal; Hydlroqology and hydrologly; Aqllllfrs

959. Shaw, Stephen K. A Occurence, geochemistry, and origin of early diagenetic carbonates of the Hawthorn
Group (Miocene), Marion County, Florida. IABSTRACTI
1989
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Geochemistry; Hawthorn Group; Miocene; Marion County; Petrology, sedimentary


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960. Sheridan, Robert E. Seismic-refraction measurements of the continental margin east of Florida.
1965
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Columbia
SUBJECTS: Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography; Geophysics, applied

961. Shier, Daniel E. Vermetid reefs and coastal development in southwest Florida. IABSTRACTI
1965 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Reefs; Vermetid reefs; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Ten Thousand
Islands; Collier County; Coastal environment

962. Short, David G. Application of electrical resistivity methods to the detection of subsurface solution cavities
underlying highways. (ABSTRACT]
1981 163 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Engineering and environmental geology

963. Shultz, David J. Stable carbon isotope variations in organic and inorganic carbon reservoirs in the
Fenholloway River estuary and the Mississippi River estuary. [ABSTRACT]
1974 162 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Radiation; Fenholloway River; Taylor County; Geochemistry; Organic materials

964. Shupe, Mark G. A three-dimensional simulation of the groundwater flow system of south-central Florida.
1986 557 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Ohio University, Athens
SUBJECTS: Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers; Floridan Aquifer

965. Shurnas, Marshall K. The stratigraphy and micropaleontology of a well in western Florida.
1949
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Missouri
SUBJECTS: Stratigraphy, historical geology; Paleontology, general

966. Siefken, David L. Selected aquifer pump tests, southeastern Hillsborough and southwestern Polk Counties,
Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1974 73 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hillsborough County; Polk County; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

967. Siegal, Frederic H. The significance of trace elements in the study of Recent and Pleistocene corals and related
sediments of the Florida reef area.
1959
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Kansas
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Quaternary; Holocene; Pleistocene; Corals; Reefs; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

968. Silberman, Louis Z. A sedimentological study of the Gulf beaches of Sanibel and Captiva islands, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1979 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Sanibel Island; Captiva Island; Marine geology and oceanography; Lee County

969. Silverman, Mark A. A hydrogeochemical analysis of the Floridan Aquifer in north central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 171 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology

970. Silvik, Henry E. Effects of gamma-radiation and dissolved oxygen or cystein on fecal coliform.
1972 30 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Radiation; Waste disposal

971. Simmons, Douglas E. Statistical evaluation of slug aquifer evaluation methods. [ABSTRACT)
1983 119 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

972. Sisler, Michael A. Composition and trace metal geochemistry of sediments from the Indian River Lagoon,
Florida.
1986 81 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Indian River; Geochemistry; Metals


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973. Skinner, Renate H. The interrelation of water quality, external parasites and gill pathology of some fishes
from Biscayne Bay, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Biscayne Bay; Dade County; Mercury; Pollution; Marine geology and
oceanography

974. Skirvin, Raymond T. r The underground course of the Santa Fe River near High Springs, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1962 55 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Santa Fe River; High Springs; Karst; Alachua County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

975. Slater, David H. A The stratigraphy and paleoecology of the Tamiami Formation in Hendry County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1978 163 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Hendry County; Tamiami Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy, historical geology

976. Sloane, Scott J. Contaminant assessment of an abandoned landfill, Merritt Island, Florida.
1988 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Merritt Island; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology; Brevard County

977. Smith, David A. r Relationship between the flow regime and nitrogen species in a waste-sludge disposal pond,
Hillsborough County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 81 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Waste disposal; Hillsborough County; Sydney Mine; Engineering and environmental geology; Geochemistry;
Hydrogeology and hydrology

978. Smith, Gary L. Detection of dissolution cavities through vertical gradient of gravity analyses. (ABSTRACT)
1985 79 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Polk County; Alachua County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

979. Smith, George F. Adaptation of the E.P.A. storm water management model for use in preliminary planning for
control of urban storm runoff.
1975 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Models; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

980. Smith, George F. A new perspective of nonlinear routing in hydrology. [ABSTRACT]
1983
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology

981. Smith, John A. Tidal fluctuations of the Florida Current (Summer)
1968
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Florida Current; Marine geology and oceanography

982. Smith, Matteh C. Measurement and prediction of herbicide transport into shallow groundwater.
1988 214 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology

983. Smith, Michelle A. Differentiating between aquatic and terrestrial sources of organic matter by humic acid
structural studies.
1987 66 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Organic materials; Surficial geology, soils

984. Smith, Orson P. Seasonal variability of circulation in the eastern Caribbean Sea. [NOTE]
1989 104 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: North Carolina State University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Caribbean Sea; Straits of Florida

985. Smith, Robert H. Fauna of the Whites Creek Miocene, Walton County, Florida.
1940
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Walton County; Shoal River Formation; Whites Creek Bed Member; Neogene; Tertiary; Stratigraphy,
historical geology


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986. Smith, Roberta L. The meteoric overprint on marine phreatic sediments: the Late Pleistocene of south Florida.
[NOTE]
1987 84 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Isotopes; Strontium; Monroe County; Florida Keys; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Molasses Island;
Windley Key; Geochemistry; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

987. Smith, Russell C. Hydrology and stratigraphy of several cypress domes and the surrounding area in Alachua
County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1975 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Cypress domes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Waste disposal

988. Smith, Sharon L. Distribution of Recent foraminifera in lower Florida Bay.
1964
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wisconsin
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Foraminifera; Holocene; Florida Bay; Atlantic Ocean; Paleontology, invertebrate

989. Smith, Wade H. B. I Productivity measurements and simulation models of a shallow estuarine ecosystem
receiving a thermal plume at Crystal River, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1976 426 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Engineering and environmental geology; Pollution; Crystal River; Estuaries

990. Smith, William G. Sedimentary environments and environmental change in the peat-forming area of south
Florida.
1968 264 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State
SUBJECTS: Peat; Economic geology, general and mining geology; Sediments

991. Sniffen, Jane The geology of Florida: a guide to sources of information. [ABSTRACT]
1967 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Bibliography; Miscellaneous and mathematical geology

992. Sniffin, Margaret J. Paleodunes of the west-central Florida Gulf coastal plain.
1980 117 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Sand; Surficial geology, geomorphology

993. Snyder, Bruce R. Biological nitrogen fixation and denitrification in Lake Okeechobee, Florida.
1981 127 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology

994. Soeder, Daniel J. Bioerosion in the rocky intertidal zone at Missouri Key, Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Florida Keys; Missouri Key; Surficial geology, geomorphology

995. Sorensen, Charles E. A study of active processes affecting grain-size and chemical distribution in three selected
basins of Florida Bay, Florida.
1985 146 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Gulf of Mexico; Florida Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

996. Soto, Luis A. Faunistic study of the deep water brachyuran crabs of the Straits of Florida (Crustacea,
Decapoda). [ABSTRACT]
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography

997. Spear, J. M. Environments of deposition of the Fort Thompson Formation (Pleistocene, southern Florida), based
on the microfauna.
1974 162 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Akron
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Fort Thompson Formation; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

998. Spechler, Rick M. Chemical character of water in the upper part of the Floridan Aquifer, near Tarpon
Springs, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tarpon Springs; Pinellas County; Hillsborough County; Pasco County; Floridan Aquifer; Salt-water intrusion;
Hydrogeology and hydrology


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999. Spencer, Mary J. Trace metals in seawater; chelation capacities, conditional stability constants, and water
sampler evaluations. [ABSTRACT)
1984 116 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Metals; Geochemistry; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography

1000. Spicola, John J. Asymmetry of the "a-b-c .." model with regard to the evolution of Dog Island, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1984 157 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Barrier islands; Franklin County; Dog Island; Models; Surficial geology, geomorphology

1001. Spoon6r, Jean Minimum detectable change in water quality in nonpoint source control programs.
1991 446 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: North Carolina State
SUBJECTS: Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

1002. Sprague, Charles W. Engineering geology of the Gainesville urban area, Alachua County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1983 145 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Gainesville; Karst; Engineering and environmental geology

1003. Spring, Keith D. A study of spatial and temporal variations in the nearshore macrobenthic populations of the
central Florida east coast.
1981 67 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography

1004. Squires, Andrew P. The distribution and ecology of zooplankton in Charlotte Harbor, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 60 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Charlotte Harbor; Estuaries; Marine geology and oceanography; Lee County; Charlotte County

1005. Sramek, Steven F. Study of the non-point source pollutant concentrations in the runoff from a natural
submerged marsh and scrub pine/palmetto area of the Kennedy Space Center.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Marshes; Runoff; Engineering and environmental geology; Brevard County; Cape Canaveral

1006. Stabin, Michael G. Radium-226 in waterfowl associated with Florida phosphate clay settling areas.
[ABSTRACT)
1983 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Phosphates; Radium

1007. Staheli, Albert C. Surface beach ridge sagging as an indicator to subsurface limestone solution in central
peninsular Florida.
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: North Carolina
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Karst; Coastal environment

1008. Stahl, Lloyd E. The marine geology of Tampa Bay. [ABSTRACT)
1970 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

1009. Stanford, Richard L. Nutrient cycling in a south Florida mangrove ecosystem. [ABSTRACT]
1976 166 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Mangrove swamps; Estuaries

1010. Stapor, Frank W., Jr. Coastal sand budgets and Holocene beach ridge plain development, northwest Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1973 221 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sand; Coastal environment; Santa Rosa Island; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Holocene

1011. Starks, Michael J. Mixing-zone diagenesis in a carbonate aquifer, west-central Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1986 98 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Carbonates; Citrus County; Petrology, sedimentary; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers


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1012. Stauble, Donald K. The bathymetry and sedimentation of Cape San Bias shoal and shelf off St. Joseph Spit,
Florida. ABSTRACTI
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: St. Joseph Spit; Cape San Bias; Gulf County; Marine geology and oceanography

1013. Stebnisky, Richard J. Hydraulic conductivity as a function of depositional environments on a barrier island,
Anclote Key, Pinellas and Pasco Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1987 95 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pinellas County; Pasco County; Barrier islands; Marine geology and oceanography; Petrology, sedimentary

1014. Steingraber, Walter A. Crystallite size determination of organically precipitated aragonite by X-ray diffraction
line broadening techniques and its paleoecological implications. [ABSTRACT]
1969 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Paleontology, invertebrate; Geochemistry

1015. Steinker, Don C. Preliminary report on the Recent foraminifera of southern Florida.
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Kansas
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Paleontology, invertebrate

1016. Steinmetz, J. C. The character, identification, and ultrastructure of selected serpulid (annelid polychaete) tubes
from south Florida and the Bahamas.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; West Indies; Paleontology, invertebrate

1017. Steller, Diane L. An energy evaluation of residual development alternatives in mangroves.
1976 124 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Mangrove swamps; Collier County; Engineering and environmental geology

1018. Stephen, Michael F. Effects of seawall construction on beach and inlet morphology and dynamics at
Caxambas Pass, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 208 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of South Carolina
SUBJECTS: Collier County; Marco Island; Caxambas Pass, Barrier islands; Engineering and environmental geology; Coastal
environment; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Marine sediments

1019. Stevely, John M. The effects of heated effuent on the infaunal bivalve, Chione cancellata (Linnd).
(ABSTRACT]
1978 61 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Thermal pollution; Anclote Estuary; Engineering and environmental geology; Waste disposal; Estuaries

1020. Stevens, Anthony J. A ground magnetic survey of Marion County, Florida. (ABSTRACT]
1981
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marion County; Geophysics, applied

1021. Steward, Robert G. Light attenuance measurements of suspended particulate matter: northeastern Gulf of
Mexico. [ABSTRACT)
1981 140 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

1022. Stewart, Joel S. The biogeochemistry of copper and iron in Mercenaria mercenaria.
1980 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Heavy Metals; Estuaries; Geochemistry

1023. Stewart, Richard A. Recent sedimentary history of St. Joseph Bay, Florida. (NOTE]
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: St. Joseph Bay; Gulf County; Holocene; Quaternary; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

1024. Stodghill, Allan M. Resistivity investigation of the Coastal Ridge Aquifer hydrostratigraphy, Martin County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 273 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Martin County; Coastal Ridge Aquifer; Pliocene; Pleistocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Hydrogeology and
hydrology


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1025. Stone, Gary Paleoecology and diagenesis of the Avon Park Formation, Gulf Hammock Wildlife Management
Area, Levy County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1975 128 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Levy County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Eocene; Avon Park Formation; Petrology, sedimentary; Gulf
Hammock Wildlife Management Area

1026. Stone, Gregory W. Mathematical modeling of the nearshore and implications for coastal management,
northwest Florida.
1984 239 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of West Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Marine geology and oceanography; Miscellaneous and mathematical geology

1027. Stone, James A. r A lithostratigraphic correlation of post-Eocene pre-Quaternary rocks of central Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1960
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Neogene; Oligocene; Tertiary; Paleogene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Brevard County; Osceola County

1028. Stone, Kenneth C. Measurement and simulation of soil water status under field conditions.
1987 180 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sand; Surficial geology, soils

1029. Stone, Peter A. Floating islands: biogeomorphic features of Hillsboro Marsh, northeastern Everglades, Florida.
1978 100 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Atlantic
SUBJECTS: Islands; Everglades; Surficial geology, geomorphology

1030. Stoutamire, S. Miocene vertebrate fauna from the Florida panhandle.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Texas Tech., Lubbock
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Gadsden County; Paleontology, vertebrate

1031. Strahm, Warren G. A synoptic survey of the chemical and physical characteristics of a small saline embayment
on the east central Florida coast.
1972 53 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Estuaries; Geochemistry

1032. Stransky, Richard H. Contamination potentials of three aquifer systems in a microfractured karst terrain,
Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1988 139 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Karst; Pollution; Waste disposal; Alachua County; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1033. Street, Michael O. Textural attributes and reef development of the Pleistocene Key Largo Limestone, south
Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Key Largo Limestone; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Petrology, sedimentary; Reefs

1034. Stross, Richard A. Lateral permeability variations in the thin water table aquifer adjacent to four cypress
ponds in Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1983 99 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Cypress swamps; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1035. Struthers, Robert A. Sedimentation in the St. Johns River estuary in the vicinity of Orange Park, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1981 111 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Estuaries; Clay County; Orange Park; St. Johns River; Marine geology and oceanography

1036. Studt, John F. Chronic in situ exposure of the bay scallop Argopecten irradians concentricus (Say) to a
thermal effluent in a Florida Gulf coast estuary.
1976 76 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Thermal pollution; Rivers, streams, and canals; Engineering and environmental geology

1037. Stump, James D. Sedimentology of a carbonate tidal inlet in the lower Florida Keys. [ABSTRACT)
1984 113 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Ohio-Missouri Channel; Monroe County; Gulf of Mexico; Carbonates; Petrology, sedimentary;
Florida Keys


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1038. Sun, Chin-Hong COASTAL--a distributed hydrologic simulation model for lower coastal plains watersheds in
Georgia. [ABSTRACT)
1985 229 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Georgia; Models; Hydrogeology and hydrology; South Carolina

1039. Sussko, Roger J. Sedimentology of the siliciclastic to carbonate transition on the southwest Florida inner
shelf. [ABSTRACT]
1988 83 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Cape Romano; Cape Sable; Carbonates; Holocene; Quaternary; Marine sediments; Marine
geology and oceanography

1040. Sutton, Chris The solubility of aromatic hydrocarbons and the geochemistry of hydrocarbons in the eastern
Gulf of Mexico.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Oil spills and pollution; Geochemistry

1041. Swindler, James P. Sedimentology of the low-energy coastal region between the Crystal and Withlacoochee
Rivers, Florida west coast. [ABSTRACT]
1973 97 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Crystal River; Withlacoochee River; Petrology, sedimentary; Citrus County

1042. Sydow, Heidi K. Postcranial skeleton of Trachvtherus (Mammalia, Notoungulata) with an evaluation of
dentition. [ABSTRACT]
1988 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Florida State Museum; Paleontology, vertebrate

1043. Taft, William H. Unconsolidated carbonate sediments of Florida Bay, Florida.
1962 70 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Stanford
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Florida Bay; Atlantic Ocean; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography

1044. Tagett, Matthew G. Stratigraphy, nucleation and dynamic growth history of a Holocene mudbank complex,
Dildo Key mudbank, western Florida Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1989
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Dildo Key; Monroe County; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Holocene; Florida Bay

1045. Takayanagi, Kazufumi Heavy metals in anoxic and oxic sediments of the Indian River near Melbourne, Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Pollution; Heavy metals; Brevard County; Indian River; Engineering and environmental geology;
Estuaries

1046. Talge, Helen K. Impact of recreational divers on scleractinian corals of the Florida Keys.
1991 92 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Corals; Florida Keys; Engineering and environmental geology

1047. Taylor, Donald S. Paleoecology of the Choctawhatchee deposits at Jackson Bluff, Florida.
1962
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Houston
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Leon County; Choctawhatchee Formation; Neogene; Tertiary; Jackson Bluff; Stratigraphy, historical
geology

1048. Taylor, Douglas H. Geochemistry of mercury in Mobile Bay, Alabama following abatement of mercury
pollution and effects of salinity on molecular weight distributions of dissolved humic and fulvic acids.
[ABSTRACT)
1975 62 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Mercury; Geochemistry; Alabama

1049. Taylor, George J. A detailed gravity survey of Alachua County, Florida, with structural and magnetic
interpretation. [ABSTRACT]
1974 82 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Gainesville; Archer; Structural geology; Geophysics, applied






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1050. Taylor, Robert, B., Jr. The use of retention/detention for controlling nitrogen and phosphorus in surface
waters. [ABSTRACT]
1987 181 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

1051. Taylor, Vernon A. An experimental study of some replacement processes. [ABSTRACT]
1965
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Carbonates

1052. Tedesco, Lawrence Artificial compaction of modern lime mud from southern Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 -147 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Missouri
SUBJECTS: Rodriguez Key; Crane Key; Holocene; Quaternary; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Surficial geology, soils;
Petrology, sedimentary

1053. Tedrick, Patricia A. Direction of longshore drift, littoral current velocities, and sand migration along the
Pinellas County, Florida coastline from 1925 to 1970, with prediction of future trends. [ABSTRACT]
1972 115 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Coastal environment; Pinellas County; Barrier islands; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography

1054. Teleki, Paul G. Differentiation of materials formerly assigned to the "Alachua Formation". [ABSTRACT]
1966 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Tertiary; Alachua Formation; Pliocene; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Brooksville Ridge

1055. Tepper, Robert J. Interpretation of seismic signals received at station GAI during 1978. [ABSTRACT]
1979 86 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geophysics, applied; Alachua County; Gainesville

1056. Tessman, Norman T. The fossil sharks of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1969 132 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, vertebrate

1057. Textoris, Steven D. Stratigraphy and depositional history of Late Pleistocene Key Largo patch reefs
underlying Florida Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1988 165 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State University
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Florida Bay; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Key Largo; Marine geology and
oceanography

1058. Thibodaux, Bernadette L. Sedimentological comparison between Somerero Key and Loo Key, Florida.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Somerero Key; Loo Key; Petrology, sedimentary

1059. Thomas, Debra H. Analytical methods and chemical indicators for assessing groundwater contaminations by
petroleum products. [ABSTRACT]
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry; Waste
disposal

1060. Thomas, James D. The taxonomy, ecology, and phylogeny of the Anamixidae (Crustacea, Amphipoda) from
coral reef systems.
1991 155 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, invertebrate; Corals; Reefs

1061. Thompson, Donald M. Distribution of heavy metals in selected Florida lake sediments. [ABSTRACT]
1981 160 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Marine sediments; Lakes

1062. Thompson, Jon L. r A paleontologic study of Rose's and Reid's Bluffs, St. Marys River, Nassau County,
Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1962 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Nassau County; St. Marys River; Rose's Bluff; Reid's Bluff; Paleontology, general


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1063. Thomson, David W. A study of the tidally induced transport in Sebastian Inlet, Florida.
1979 88 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River County; Marine geology and oceanography; Sebastian Inlet; Brevard County

1064. Thorp, Eldon M. Calcareous shallow-water marine deposits of Florida and the Bahamas.
1934
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of California, Berkeley
SUBJECTS: Bahamas; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine sediments

1065. Tiller, Jill C. Acid neutralization capacities of softwater lake sediments with and without clay amendments.
1987 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lakes; Marine sediments; Geochemistry

1066. Titus, Frank B., Jr. Recent unconsolidated sediments between the northern Keys and the mainland in Florida.
1958
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Florida Keys; Sediments; Holocene; Atlantic Ocean; Florida Bay; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography

1067. Tompkins, Robert E. Origin and occurence of selected worldwide calcrete deposits. [ABSTRACT]
1980 156 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Texas A & M
SUBJECTS: Petrology, sedimentary; Carbonates; Big Pine Key; Key Largo; Bahia Honda Key; Florida Keys

1068. Ton, Shanshin Natural wetland retention of lead from a hazardous waste site. [ABSTRACT]
1990 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Jackson County; Wetlands; Pollution; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology

1069. Touchett, Rebecca S. A hydrogeologic and hydrogeochemical analysis of a hazardous waste site in north
central Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1984 110p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Hogtown Creek; Aquifers; Alachua County; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Gainesville

1070. Tower, Deborah A. Heavy metal distribution in the sediments of the waters near the Kennedy Space Center.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Heavy metals; Brevard County; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology; Estuaries; Cape
Canaveral; Brevard County

1071. Trees, Charles C. Suspended solids in a basin of the lagoonal system of Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal environment; Estuaries

1072. Trembley, S. B. Environments of deposition of the Plio-Pleistocene Fort Denaud Member, Caloosahatchee
Formation, southern Florida, based on ostracod faunas.
1974 175 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Akron
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Caloosahatchee Formation; Fort Denaud Member; Pliocene; Pleistocene; Surficial geology, quaternary
geology

1073. Triplett, Robert M. Alachua County southwest landfill leachate analysis. [ABSTRACT]
1990 147 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Waste disposal; Pollution; Engineering and environmental geology

1074. Trommer, Jeffrey M. Effects of sediment texture and fabric on hydraulic conductivity of beach sediments.
[ABSTRACT]
1987 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Petrology, sedimentary; Florida Keys; Melbourne Beach; Bahia Honda Key; Anclote Key; Grayton
Beach

1075. Tucker, David W. Marine influence on the ionic composition of rainfall and dry fallout.
1982 106 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Acid rain


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1076. Turner, Ralph R. A mass balance approach to understanding the effect of an impoundment on the export of
selected solutes and particulate matter from a watershed. [ABSTRACT]
1975 273 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gadsden County; Leon County; Lake Talquin; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Ochlockonee River

1077. Tuschall, John R., Jr. Copper complexation by proteinaceous matter in aquatic environments.
1978 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Algae; Engineering and environmental geology

1078. Tuschall, John R., Jr. A Heavy metal complexation with naturally occurring organic ligands in wetland
ecosystems. [ABSTRACT]
1981 212 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Wetlands; Heavy metals; Organic materials; Pollution; Hamilton County; Alachua County; Waldo; Jasper;
Engineering and environmental geology

1079. Tutt, Harmon W. A Design of a containment well system at an inactive hazardous waste disposal site by
ground-water modeling. [ABSTRACT]
1984 116 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Engineering and environmental geology; Models; Waste disposal; Aquifers; Louisiana; Pollution

1080. Twichell, David C., Jr. Erosion of the Florida Escarpment: eastern Gulf of Mexico. [NOTE]
1988 186 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Rhode Island, Kingston
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Cenozoic; Marine geology and oceanography; Continental shelf

1081. Twilley, Robert R. Litter dynamics and organic carbon exchange in black mangrove (Avicennia germinans)
basin forests in a southwest Florida estuary. [ABSTRACT]
1982
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Estuaries; Rookery Bay; Mangrove swamps; Marine geology and oceanography; Collier County

1082. Tyler, Jeremy G. A. Daily effects of waves on an exposed, natural beach in Brevard County, Florida.
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment; Sediments

1083. Tyler, Stanley A. A study of sediments from the coasts of North Carolina and Florida.
1929
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wisconsin
SUBJECTS: North Carolina; Sediments; Coastal environment; Atlantic Ocean; Marine geology and oceanography

1084. Tyson, Robert G., Jr. Sediments of a Florida Bay basin. [ABSTRACT]
1981 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Mollusca; Foraminifera; Marine sediments; Florida Bay; Quaternary; Marine geology and
oceanography

1085. Valleau, D. N. Nature and distribution of near-surface suspended particulate matter contributing to the turbidity
stress-field through a coral reef tract of the Florida Keys.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Reefs; Monroe County; Florida Keys; Key Largo; Corals; Marine geology and oceanography

1086. Van Beek, Johannes L. Rhythmic patterns of beach topograpy.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Seagrove Beach; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment; Walton County

1087. Van Vonderen, Scott D. Analysis of selected pollutional loading sites in the upper St. Johns River basin,
Florida.
1984 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; St. Johns River; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1088. Van Wyk, S. J. Selected aspects of Holocene sedimentation, Pensacola area, Florida.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Colorado School of Mines, Golden
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Escambia County; Holocene; Quaternary; Pensacola; Heavy minerals; Marine geology and
oceanography


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1089. Vander Kooi, Verna Paleoenvironmental history of eastern Florida Bay based on foraminifera.
1977 172 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Akron
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Florida Bay; Stratigraphy, historical geology

1090. Vansant, Linda A numerical model of tidal currents in Apalachicola Bay, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1980 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Models; Apalachicola Bay; Marine geology and oceanography

1091. Vanstrum, Vincent V. The zonation and paleoecology of the Caloosahatchee Formation based on ostracoda.
[ABSTRACT]
1961
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Caloosahatchee Formation; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Miocene; Pleistocene

1092. Vause, James E. Submarine geomorphic and sedimentological investigations off part of the Florida
panhandle coast. [NOTE]
1957
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS:Continental shelf; Marine sediments; Carrabelle; Dog Island; St. George Island; Surficial geology, geomorphology

1093. Venuto, Charles J. An evaluation of frequency distribution patterns and partitioning of copper, iron, and zinc in
selected tissues of the black mullet, Mugil Cephalus.
1980 75 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Heavy metals; Pollution; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

1094. Vernon, Robert 0. Geology of Holmes and Washington Counties, Florida. [NOTE] (Also available as Florida
Geological Survey Bulletin 21)
1941
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University
SUBJECTS: Holmes County; Washington County; Areal geology, general

1095. Vespucci, Paul D. The depositional history of Mosquito Lagoon. [ABSTRACT)
1974 142 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Volusia County; Brevard County; Mosquito Lagoon; Marine geology and oceanography; Estuaries

1096. Videlock, S. L. The stratigraphy and sedimentation of Cluett Key, Florida Bay.
1983 172 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Connecticut
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Everglades; Monroe County; Cluett Key; Dildo Key Bank; Surficial geology, quaternary geology;
Carbonates

1097. Vinet, Marshall J. Geochemistry and origin of Smackover and Buckner dolomites (Upper Jurassic), Jay Field
area, Alabama.
1990 414 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University
SUBJECTS: Alabama; Smackover Formation; Jay Field; Geochemistry; Petrology, sedimentary

1098. Virnstein, Robert W. Effects of heated effluent on density and diversity of benthic infauna at Big Bend,
Tampa Bay, Florida.
1972 60 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Thermal pollution; Waste disposal; Hillsborough County; Engineering and environmental geology

1099. Volpi, M. A sedimentary analysis of carbonate sands in the Florida Keys: beach vs. subtidal sediments.
1985
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Lehigh
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Sand; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography; Carbonates; Monroe County

1100. Von Drehle, William F. A sedimentary investigation of the large, linear sand bodies exposed in the Gulf *
County, Florida canal. [ABSTRACT]
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf County; Sediments; Sand

1101. Vormelker, Joel D. Geology of the High Springs Quadrangle, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1966 57 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: High Springs; Areal geology, general; Alachua County


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1102. Waddell, Evans The dynamics of swash and its implication to beach response.
1973
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State
SUBJECTS: Santa Rosa Island; Walton County; Surficial geology, geomorphology; Coastal environment

1103. Wagner, Bruce E. Uranium isotopic distributions in the Central Florida Phosphate District. [ABSTRACT]
1988 135 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Phosphates; Isotopes; Uranium; Geochemistry; Rivers, streams, and canals; Lakes

1104. Wagner, K. B. Petrology and diagenesis of the Smackover Formation (Upper Jurassic), Blackjack Creek Field,
Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Smackover Formation; Jurassic; Santa Rosa County; Blackjack Creek Field; Petrology, sedimentary

1105. Waldrop, John S. The Pliocene Equidae of Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1971 170 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Paleontology, vertebrate; Pliocene

1106. Walker, N. D. Physical responses of southern Florida and northern Bahama lagoon waters to severe cold air
outbreaks and effects on hermatypic coral reefs.
1982 114 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Louisiana State University
SUBJECTS: Corals; Bahamas; Reefs; Holocene; West Indies; Florida Bay; Surficial geology, quaternary geology;
Paleontology, invertebrate; Quaternary; Lagoons

1107. Walker, Robert B. The direct measure of groundwater seepage into the Indian River Lagoon near Jensen
Beach, Florida.
1989 134 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Estuaries; Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Jensen Beach; Martin County

1108. Walker, Steven T. Sedimentary structures of the west Florida slope and eastern Mississippi cone:
distribution and geological implications. [ABSTRACT]
1984 148 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography; Pleistocene

1109. Wall, Frederick M. The clay mineralogy of continental slope and rise sediments off the eastern United
States. [ABSTRACT]
1981 81 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Clays; Marine sediments; Continental shelf; Atlantic Ocean

1110. Wallick, Edward I. Tritium hydrology of the Tallahassee, Florida area with analysis by liquid scintillation
counting without isotopic enrichment. [ABSTRACT)
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Isotopes; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Floridan Aquifer

1111. Walton, F. Dennis Sedimentary dynamics under tidal influences, Big Grass Island, Taylor County, Florida.
[ABSTRACT]
1970
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Taylor County; Big Grass Island; Petrology, sedimentary; Marine sediments

1112. Wang, Handi Mineralogical and chemical characteristics of phosphates.
1990
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Phosphates; Metals; Surficial geology, soils

1113. Wanless, Harold R. Sediments of Biscayne Bay distribution and depositional history. [ABSTRACT]
1969
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Barnes Sound; Biscayne Bay; Dade County; Card Sound; Marine sediments; Marine geology and oceanography

1114. Warden, Stanley M. The distribution and abundance of the radioelements uranium238, thorium232, and
potassium40 in the surficial geologic deposits of Jefferson, Leon, Madison, and Taylor Counties, Florida.
1991 72 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Jefferson County; Leon County; Madison County; Taylor County; Uranium; Radiation; Geochemistry




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1115. Warzeski, E. Robert Growth history and sedimentary dynamics of Caesars Creek Bank. [ABSTRACT]
1976 198 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Florida Keys; Holocene; Caesars Creek; Biscayne Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Dade County; Monroe
County; Petrology, sedimentary

1116. Waskom, John D. Quartz grain roundness as an indicator of depositional environments of part of the coast
of panhandle Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1957
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Coastal environment; Silicates; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Sand

1117. Waszczak, Ronald F. Ecology and distribution of Recent plant dwelling foraminifera off Big Pine Key, Florida.
1978
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Monroe County; Big Pine Key; Florida Keys; Coastal environment; Surficial geology,
quaternary geology

1118. Wayne, Christopher J. Sea and marsh-grasses: their effect on wave energy and near-shore sand transport.
[ABSTRACT]
1975 136 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Surficial geology, geomorphology; Crystal River; Tampa Bay; Marine geology and oceanography; Coastal
environment

1119. Weatherly, Georges L. A study of the bottom boundary layer of the Florida Current.
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Nova University
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography

1120. Webb, K. W. Depositional subenvironments of Santa Rosa Island, Florida.
1985 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Alabama
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Holocene; Santa Rosa County; Santa Rosa Island; Surficial geology,
quaternary geology; Marine geology and oceanography; Estuaries

11 1. Webbers, Ank Detection of soil radon above fracture zones in Florida using the AlphaCARD system.
[ABSTRACT]
1989 80 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Radon; Lineaments; Phosphates; Geochemistry; Engineering and environmental geology

1122. Weber, Kenneth A. Characterization of storm water runoff by numerical analysis. [ABSTRACT]
1981
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Suwannee County; Runoff; Live Oak; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1123. Weckmann, Javier Sediment management at a coastal marina. [ABSTRACT]
1979 133 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Fernandina Beach; Nassau County; Marine sediments

1124. Wei, Wuchang A sedimentological investigation of the beach ridges along the mainland coast of Gulf and
Franklin Counties, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1985 133 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Gulf County; Franklin County; Coastal environment; Sediments; Surficial geology, geomorphology

1125. Weintraub, Randy A. Transformations of ethylene dibromide in aqueous systems and groundwater.
1989 190 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geochemistry

1126. Weis, Brent R. Foraminiferal assemblages associated with south Florida coral reefs.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Reefs; Marine geology and oceanography

11 27. Weiterman, Sandra D. Neogene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the west Florida carbonate ramp
slope, northeast Gulf of Mexico. [ABSTRACT]
1989 198 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Cenozoic; Gulf of Mexico; Neogene; Tertiary; Miocene; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Foraminifera; Stratigraphy,
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1128. Wetmore, Karen L. Test strength, mobility, and functional morphology of benthic foraminifera.
1988 208 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Johns Hopkins
SUBJECTS: Washington (State of); Foraminifera; Sand; Sediments; Holocene; Quaternary; Paleontology, invertebrate;
Surficial geology, geomorphology

1129. Whitelaw, Julia L. Geophysical characteristics of the western Florida panhandle basement and the Jay fault.
1990 101 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Jay fault; Geophysics, solid earth; Basement; Structural geology

1130. Whitney, S. Gene Light transmission and turbidity in the waters of Tampa Bay and its approaches-January
to June 1970. [ABSTRACT]
1970 63 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Marine geology and oceanography

1131. Wicker, Russell A. An investigation of the subsurface of peninsular Florida using gravity modeling
techniques. [ABSTRACT]
1977 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Models; Geophysics, applied; Basement

1132. Wieland, Christopher C. Geology of the peat deposits of Palm Beach County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1981 87 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Peat; Palm Beach County; Everglades

1133. Wiener, Jacky M. Geologic modeling in the Lake Wauberg-Chacala Pond vicinity utilizing seismic refraction
techniques. [ABSTRACT]
1982 185 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Karst; Models; Alachua County; Lake Wauberg; Chacala Pond; Geophysics, applied

1134. Wightman, Michael J. Geophysical analysis and Dupuit-Ghyben-Herzberg modeling of fresh-water lenses on
Big Pine Key, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1990 122 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Aquifers; Models; Big Pine Key; Monroe County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Geophysics, applied

1135. Wilber, R. J. Petrology of submarine-lithified hardgrounds and lithoherms from the deep flank environment of
Little Bahama Bank, northeastern Straits of Florida.
1976
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Duke
SUBJECTS: Little Bahama Bank; Straits of Florida; Marine geology and oceanography

1136. Williams, George K. Geology and geochemistry of the sedimentary phosphate deposits of northern
peninsular Florida. [ABSTRACT)
1971 134 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Geochemistry; Phosphates

1137. Williams, Kenneth E. The geology of the western part of Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1974 149 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Areal geology, general

1138. Williams, Lorraine K. Selected planktonic foraminifera as biological indicators of hydrological conditions in
the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Marine geology and oceanography

1139. Williams, Michael J. Origin of Recent carbonate sediments in the Blackwater River system, Ten Thousand
Islands, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1982 92 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Marine sediments; Blackwater River; Carbonates; Sediments; Ten Thousand Islands; Collier County; Marine
geology and oceanography

1140. Williams, Michael W. Distribution of foraminifera in Anclote Bay, Florida.
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Holocene; Anclote Bay; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Estuaries; Pinellas County



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1141. Williams, Sheila R. Relationship of ground water chemistry to photolineaments in a karst aquifer.
[ABSTRACT]
1985 138 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Pasco County; Floridan Aquifer; Geochemistry; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Karst

1142.. Williams, Steven J. Aspects of barrier island and shallow shelf sedimentation west of Pensacola, Florida.
1975
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Colorado Mines
SUBJECTS: Continental shelf; Quaternary; Pensacola; Santa Rosa Island; Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography;
Barrier islands; Coastal environment; Escambia County; Sediments

1143. Willis, John W. The shallow structure of Tampa Bay. [ABSTRACT]
1984 85 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Tampa Bay; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Pleistocene; Marine geology and oceanography

1144. Willoughby, Hugh E. The dynamics of inertia-buoyancy waves in hurricanes. (ABSTRACT]
1977
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Miami
SUBJECTS: Marine geology and oceanography; Meteorology; Hurricanes and storms

1145. Wilson, James L. Calcareous nannoplankton from stratigraphic sections of the Ocala Group (Upper Eocene)
and the Marianna Limestone (Middle Oligocene) of northwestern Florida.
1971
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Georgia
SUBJECTS: Algae; Eocene; Oligocene; Ocala Limestone; Marianna Limestone; Paleontology, paleobotany

1146. Wilson, V. V. The systematics and paleoecology of two Late Pleistocene herpetofaunas from the southeastern
United States.
1975 74 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Michigan State
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Pleistocene; Marion County; Paleontology, vertebrate

1147. Woessner, William W. Hydrology of four solid waste disposal sites in Alachua County, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 155 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Alachua County; Waste disposal; Landfills; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Engineering and environmental geology

1148. Wolansky, Richard M. A gravity survey and the interpretation of gravity data of the Ocala National Forest
area, Florida. [ABSTRACT]
1973 44 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Ocala National Forest; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; Geophysics, applied

1149. Wonn, Philip M. Ecology and spatial distribution at the microenvironmental level of modern foraminifera in San
Carlos Bay area, Ft. Myers, Florida.
1986 107 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Bowling Green State University
:SUBJECTS: Charlotte County; Foraminifera; Coastal environment; Fort Myers; San Carlos Bay; Paleontology, invertebrate

1150. Wood, B. Kevin A mathematical/statistical model for the distribution and provenance of trace metals in eastern
Gulf of Mexico sediments.
1983 60 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Models; Marine sediments; Metals; Marine geology and oceanography; Gulf of Mexico

1151. Wood, John W. The geophysical and geological characteristics of fracture zones in the carbonate Floridan
Aquifer. [ABSTRACT]
1985 93 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Floridan Aquifer; Karst; Stratigraphy, historical geology; Geophysics, applied

1152. Woodsum, Glenn C. Chemical characterization of shallow groundwater at the Kennedy Space Center.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Brevard County; Cape Canaveral; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1153. Wright, Alexandra P. Shoreline and beach changes on Honeymoon Island, Pinellas County, Florida, 1967-
1971. [NOTE]
1972
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Honeymoon Island; Coastal environment; Marine geology and oceanography; Pinellas County; Barrier islands


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1154. Wright, D. B. Later Miocene Tavassuidae (Artiodactyla, Mammalia) of North America.
1983 350 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Nebraska
SUBJECTS: Miocene; Neogene; Tertiary; Paleontology, vertebrate

1155. Wright, Ramil C. Foraminiferal ecology in a back-reef environment, Molasses Reef, Florida.
1964 124 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Foraminifera; Reefs; Molasses Reef; Florida Keys; Marine geology and oceanography; Sediments

1156. Wunder, Susan J. Diagenetic features and inferred diagenetic processes in partially altered corals from the Key
Largo Limestone (Pleistocene), south Florida.
1974
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Illinois
SUBJECTS: Pleistocene; Corals; Key Largo Limestone; Florida Keys; Reefs; Surficial geology, quaternary geology

1157. Yang, Xiangning Evolutionary stasis in Neogene bivalve lineages: a morphometric evaluation. [ABSTRACT]
1986 185 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Johns Hopkins University
SUBJECTS: Mollusca; Neogene; Pinecrest Formation; Tertiary; Paleontology, invertebrate; Surficial geology, geomorphology

1158. Yeakel, Jesse D. The geochemistry and petrography of peats from the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, and the
Everglades and coastal regions of southern Florida: a study of variable interrelationships and peat-type
differences. [ABSTRACT]
1981 313 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Pennsylvania State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Peat; Monroe County; Dade County; Broward County; Everglades; Okefenokee Swamp; Organic
materials; Petrology, sedimentary

1159. Yhip, Kathleen C. Lead-210 sedimentation rates for the outer continental shelf of the northwest Gulf of
Mexico.
1982 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Gulf of Mexico; Marine geology and oceanography; Marine sediments; Continental shelf

1160. Yin, Zhi Yong The impact of the Suwannee River Sill on the surface hydrology of the Okefenokee Swamp.
1990 368 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Georgia
SUBJECTS: Suwannee River; Okefenokee Swamp; St. Marys River; Runoff; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1161. Yon, James W., Jr. The Hawthorn Formation (Miocene) between Chattahoochee and Ellaville, Florida.
(ABSTRACT]
1953
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
SUBJECTS: Georgia; Gadsden County; Hawthorn Group; Neogene; Tertiary; Chattahoochee; Stratigraphy, historical geology;
Leon County; Jefferson County; Madison County

1162. Young, Richard W. A geochemical investigation of dredging in Bayboro Harbor and the Port of St.
Petersburg. [ABSTRACT]
1984 152 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of South Florida
SUBJECTS: Bayboro Harbor; St. Petersburg; Tampa Bay; Pinellas County; Estuaries; Engineering and environmental geology

1163. Yu, Keun Bai The hydrology of the Okefenokee Swamp watershed with emphasis on groundwater flow.
[ABSTRACT]
1986 242 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Okefenokee Swamp; Surficial aquifer; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Aquifers

1164. Yu, Teng-lang Evaluation of the environmental impacts of spoil island development in the Indian River Lagoon,
Florida.
1985 93 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Indian River; Engineering and environmental geology

1165. Zachos, Louis G. Stratigraphy and petrology of two shallow wells, Citrus and Levy Counties, Florida.
[ABSTRACT)
1978 105 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: University of Florida
SUBJECTS: Citrus County; Levy County; Ocala Limestone; Avon Park Formation; Lake City Formation; Homosassa; Manatee
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1166. Zakaria, Mohamad P. Neuraminidase of Clostridium perfringens as an indicator of water pollution.
1983 103 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Hydrogeology and hydrology

1167. Zediker, Lisa Z. Determination of chromium, copper, and zinc in the sediments of canals receiving electronic
component industry effluent.
1986 69 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Pollution; Waste disposal; Engineering and environmental geology; Heavy metals

1168. Zemelka, Barbara A. Granular activated carbon treatment of Lake Washington water.
1980 89 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida Institute of Technology
SUBJECTS: Lake Washington; Brevard County; Hydrogeology and hydrology; Pollution

1169. Zhou, Guoping Determination of ground control points to subpixel accuracies for rectification of spot
imagery. [ABSTRACT]
1990 169 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Doctoral UNIVERSITY: Indiana State
SUBJECTS: Jacksonville; Georgia; Geophysics, applied

1170. Zimmerman, Peter J. Aspects of the depositional and diagenetic history of the Pleistocene Miami Oolite in the
southern Florida Keys (Big Pine Key to Key West)
1985 134 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Wichita State
SUBJECTS: Sediments; Pleistocene; Florida Keys; Surficial geology, quaternary geology; Carbonates; Miami Limestone;
Monroe County

1171. Zindulis, Joseph A radioisotope assay for the estimation of rate of hydrocarbon biodegradation.
1976 78 p.
DEGREE LEVEL: Master's UNIVERSITY: Florida State University
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ABSTRACTS


Aardema, James A. Petrography and geochemistry
of three drill cores which penetrate the Suwannee
Limestone in Pinellas, DeSoto, and Charlotte
Counties, Florida.
The geological investigation of much of
Florida's peninsula remains incomplete in terms of
the petrographic and geochemical characterization of
the rocks. Unusual occurrences of dolomite in the
Suwannee Limestone at three core locations and the
proximity of these drill holes to the Gulf Coast and
coastal aquifer system provided an opportunity to
test several models of dolomitization. These cores
also were a means to enhance our understanding of
the depositional environments of this unit.
Core materials consist of miliolid and bio-
clastic wackestones, packstones, and grainstones
with intermittent mudstone horizons. These sedi-
ments were deposited predominantly in the shallow
subtidal and intertidal environments of a shallow
marine carbonate bank.
Interpreted sea level trends include a re-
gressive transition across the Ocala Limestone-
Suwannee Limestone boundary and intermittent
periods of regression and transgression within the
Oligocene marine sequence.
Dolomitized mudstone horizons, which range
from 0.3 to 2.8 m in thickness, occur in each core.
Petrographic, permeability, and strontium trace ele-
ment data suggest that dolomitized materials were
fine grained, probably deposited as aragonitic mud in
low-energy intertidal, lagoonal, environments. Dolo-
mite crystal sizes are generally very small with an
average of about 0.022 mm measured across the
long dimension of the crystal. The dominant fabric
types include xentopic to hypidiotopic spotted mo-
saic and fogged mosaic dolomites and xenotopic su-
tured mosaic dolomites.
Isotopic compositions are enriched in 6 0-18
and depleted in 6 C-13. Sodium and strontium trace
element concentrations are similar to or less than
those of Holocene dolomites and greater than con-
centrations from most ancient dolomites. These
geochemical data suggest that dolomitizing fluids
may have been near marine salinites or diluted ma-
rine waters, perhaps related to a freshwater/salt-
water coastal mixing zone.

Abbott, Elizabeth M. F. Karst topography as an
influence on land use in west central Florida.
A limestone terrane is a distinctive land-
scape with a particular set of contingencies to which
man must adapt. The most important adaptation is
in man's use of the land. Limestone outcrops cover
several million square miles of the earth's surface,
and they can vary extraordinarily from place to place.
Rock solubility is the dominant factor in the forma-
tion of karst landscapes.
Karst is found extensively in North America,
and most of Florida is underlain by limestone sedi-
ments deposited during the Cenozoic Era. Eight
counties of west central Florida have limestone out-
crops of Eocene age, which constitute one of the lar-
gest contiguous exposures known anywhere. These
lands were selected for study in a treatment which
is original for the area and for its scope, depth, and
broad use of today's geographical methods, to eva-
luate the influence of karst on the use of the land.


Sinkholes and sporadic subsidence of land
is commonplace throughout. Other karst features in-
clude springs of varying size and water-filled depres-
sions. Land use has always shown some shifting, al-
though the shifts tend to remain within the bounda-
ries of the original natural vegetation, so that the
overall percentages of land in crops, pastures, and
forests remain fairly stable. Yields on the limestone
plains, where soils are thinnest, are substantially
lower than elsewhere in the Gulf Coastal Plain
Province.
Sinkhole counts were made to establish
density ratios, with counts up to 24 large sinkholes
per square mile on the Bell-Trenton-Chiefland Plain.
These and other subsidence features form a hazard
which the inhabitants perceive at only a low level.
The hazards accumulate however, and when their
effects are summed up, they cause the death of
livestock, imperil humans, and add to farming and
production costs. Sinkholes degrade highways and
are an added expense in road maintenance. Karst
features also add to building costs, requiring special
exploration. The accessibility of surface pollutants to
deep aquifers through solution ducts is a threat to
remote farms, as well as to major centers such as
Gainesville and the University of Florida.
Population levels have tended to be static in
the study area, owing in large part to the limited
subsistence farming which is the base of the region's
economy. Karst as a resource has provided supple-
mental wage employment from time to time, in the
form of rock and mineral extractive operations.
Springs assume some economic importance as resort
sites, while still others have seen intensified use as
state-sponsored recreational parks. A new factor is
the development of residential communities for sale
to out-of-state persons, using the presence of lakes
as a chief sales attraction. Such land use is new to
the area, and can have a major impact on the demo-
graphy and economics of the region.
In overview, the chief influence of karst is
seen to be a limiting one. The areas were settled
sparsely, as second-choices after more desirable
lands were taken up, remained as small economic
units and limited the production and growth of the
region. Limited crop yields persist to the present,
and farming is either marginal or declining. There is
much natural beauty in the region, however, and
new communities using karst features may com-
pletely shift the basis of land use in the future.

Abbott, Tom A. The distribution of radioactivity in
the surficial deposits of Levy, Marion, and Citrus
Counties, Florida.
Abundances of uranium, thorium, and
potassium were determined by gamma ray spectro-
metry for 218 one-kilogram surface rock samples
from Levy, Marion, and Citrus counties. Average
value and ranges of radioelement abundances were
calculated for Plio-Pleistocene sand, the Alachua
Formation, the Hawthorn Formation, and the Ocala
Group of limestones. The highest radiation levels in
the surficial material occurs in the phosphatic Ala-
chua and Hawthorn Formation. Higher uranium
abundances (as high as 87 ppm) are associated with
phosphatic material, whereas thorium and potassium
concentrations (as high as 24 ppm and 0.446%,
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lowest uranium, thorium, and potassium concen-
trations (each below the detection limit) exist within
the Plio-Pleistocene sands and limestones. Uranium-
238 is the most significant radioelement within the
study area in terms of indoor radon concentrations
because relatively high uranium concentrations are
found in some formations, and carcinogenic radon-
222 results from its decay.
A comparison between uranium abundan-
ces in formations of the Ocala Group suggested
uranium mobility by groundwater. The distribution of
thorium/uranium ratios within Plio-Pleistocene sands
in Eastern Marion County and sands above the Haw-
thorn Formation suggests that they have different
origins.
Areas of potentially elevated indoor radon
levels were predicted based on natural radioactivity
anomalies at the surface, particularly from uranium
decay. Data from recent soil gas radon and indoor
radon surveys have yielded positive anomalies within
the predicted areas.

Adams, William D. Geologic history of Crescent
Lake, Florida.
Crescent lake, in Putnam and Flagler coun-
ties, Florida, occupies the site of a former lagoon
associated with the 25 and 18 foot stands of sea
level.
Crescent lake receives discharge from
Haw's creek, the cypress fringe swamp, the artesian
aquifer, and Dunn's creek. Discharge from the aqui-
fer is inferred from the fact that all of the area in the
immediate vicinity of Crescent lake is an area of
artesian flow. One known spring and Salt Creek
also discharge into the lake. On the incoming tide,
water is received through Dunn's creek which links
Crescent lake to St. John's river.
Core samples taken in the lake showed the
same general stratigraphic sequence. The sequence,
from top to bottom, was gyttja, Viviparus georgianus
in gyttja, gyttja, Hydrobiid snails in mud and very
fine sand, marl, peat, and an estuarine blue-gray or
gray clay. Microscopic examination of the ash frac-
tion of the gyttja revealed abundant spicules of fresh
water sponges and scattered diatom frustules. Two
cores were analyzed for sedimentary chylorphyll de-
gradation products (SCDP) and for sedimentary caro-
tenoids to give an indication of changing trophic
conditions in the lake through time.

Adenle, Oladepo A. The geomorphic significance of
the Lakeland soil in peninsular Florida.
The physical properties of the Lakeland soil
formed on the Citronelle Formation of Upper Miocene
age in Peninsula Florida as well as the physical pro-
perties of this Formation were investigated to assess
their geomorphic significance. The physical proper-
ties studied include texture, bulk density, soil mois-
ture, total porosity, permeability, shear strength and
expansion characteristics of the soil and parent
material.
Studies of rainfall intensity in the Central
Highlands of Florida, when related to the permeability
data (which approximate infiltration capacity on the
basis of Horton's "Infiltration capacity concept")
indicate that the likelihood of surface runoff and
sheet erosion occurring for considerably large part of
this area is very slight. Soil creep is apparently not
a significant factor in the hillslope processes. The
findings of this study are thus in agreement with


previous observations of White (1970) that the
coarse clastics of the Citronelle Formation aid the
preservation of the Central Highlands; and of Brooks
(1971) that the landscape and soil in this area are
senile.

Aisner, Jonathan A. Genesis of a skeletal mound,
Arsenic Bank, Florida Bay.
Arsenic Bank is a series of shallow, Holo-
cene carbonate mounds located along the southwes-
tern boundary of Florida Bay. Fourteen cores were
extracted from a mound in the middle of the Arsenic
Bank chain to determine the genesis of the mound.
Sediment samples from the mound surface were also
analyzed to determine Recent modes of sedimenta-
tion and biotic communities. Analysis of the cores
revealed the depositional history of the mound to be,
in ascending order, deposition of (1) a basal, poly-
haline faces; (2) an upper, normal marine faces; and
(3) a storm faces within the normal marine facies.
The basal, polyhaline faces consists of
muddy sand which began to accumulate in bedrock
depressions approximately thirty-two hundred years
ago. The sediment accumulated in sufficient thick-
ness for the colonization of Thalassia testudinum.
Accumulations of Thalassia and associated poly-
haline fauna dominate this faces.
The upper, normal marine faces is com-
posed of alternating beds of coarse coral, algal, and
molluscan sediments with subordinate plants, Fora-
minifera, and sponges. Growths of Thalassia,
Porites, and sponges allowed for the baffling of cur-
rents and waves. These current- and wave-resistant
organisms form a loose, interlocking framework
where sand- and gravel-sized sediments were en-
trapped. These organisms also provide suitable envi-
ronments for a wide variety of organisms which
become incorporated within the sediment upon
death. Episodic storms account for significant con-
centrations of very coarse-grained sediment within
the normal marine faces. These sediments are
found within the storm faces.
Sediment textures suggest that the various
modes of sedimentation on the mound have not
changed significantly throughout most of its deposi-
tional history. These modes of sedimentation include
autochthonous accumulations of skeletal debris and
Pleistocene rock fragments. Vertical accretion of the
mound is the result of the framework organisms
adapted to areas subject to high current and wave
energy under normal marine conditions, and episodic
storms.

Alamri, Abdullah M. Geophysical and
hydrogeological effects of a storm-water retention
pond on the Floridan Aquifer, Hillsborough County,
Florida.
An integrated geologic, hydrologic, and
geophysical investigation was conducted to deter-
mine the effect of a storm-water retention pond on
the Floridan aquifer. Surface DC resistivity surveys
were used to delineate the hydrostratigraphy. There
are four distinct geoelectric layers: (1) Layer 1, high
resistivity, 3 meters thick, fine to very fine unsatu-
rated sand; (2) Layer 2, moderate resistivity, 1 to 2.5
meters thick, saturated sands and silts; (3) Layer 3,
lower resistivity, 4 to 10 meters thick, silt and clay;
(4) Layer 4, moderate resistivity, argillaceous limes-
tone. Two fracture zones are defined by resistivity


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