Group Title: Oklawaha River : Cracker Landing to St. Johns River.
Title: Oklawaha River
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 Material Information
Title: Oklawaha River Cracker Landing to St. Johns River
Series Title: Florida Outdoorsman maps
Physical Description: 1 map : both sides, col. ; 43 x 94 cm. on sheet 46 x 61 cm. folded to 23 x 10 cm.
Scale: Scale not given.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Outdoorsman
Publisher: Outdoorsman Publications, Inc.
Place of Publication: DeLand Fla
Publication Date: 1984
Edition: 1984 ed.
 Subjects
Subject: Lakes -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Oklawaha River Region (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Oclawaha, Lake (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Lakes -- Florida -- 1984   ( local )
Oklawaha River Region (Fla.) -- 1984   ( local )
Oclawaha, Lake (Fla.) -- 1984   ( local )
Lakes -- Florida -- 1984   ( local )
Florida -- Oklawaha River Region -- 1984   ( local )
Genre: single map   ( marcgt )
 Notes
General Note: Depths shown by soundings and color.
General Note: Includes location map.
General Note: On verso: first aid tips, advertising, ill., and navigation distances and bearings.
General Note: Other maps in this series adjoin.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Florida Heritage Project of the State University Libraries of Florida, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and the U.S. Department of Education's TICFIA granting program.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00015338
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001103589
oclc - 19603189
notis - AFJ9719

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First Aid for Hypothermia victims
Incorrect treatment of hypothermia victims may induce a
condition known as "After-Drop". This is caused by
improper rewarming, allowing cold, stagnant blood from
the extremities to return to the core of the body. When
this cold blood returns to the core of the body it may drop
the core temperature below a level which will sustain
life. For the same reason, hypothermia victims must be
handled gently and should not be allowed to walk.
1. Move the victim to shelter and warmth as rapidly as
possible.
2. Gently remove all wet clothing. The feeble amount of
heat energy the victim has left must not be expended on
warming and drying wet clothing.
3. Apply heat to the central core of the body (head,
neck, sides and groin). Place the victim on a hard flat
surface, this will allow the administration of cardio-
pulmonary resuscitation should the need arise.
A. Wrap warm, moist towels-or other textiles-around
the victim's head, neck, sides and groin. As the packs
cool, rewarm them by adding warm water (about 1050F).
Check the temperature of the water with the elbow, it
should be warm but not burn.
B. Hot water bottles and heated blankets can also be
used.
C. An effective field measure is for one or two of the
rescuers to remove their own clothing, using their bodies
to warm the victim's naked body. A sleeping bag or
blanket should be used to conserve the body heat.
D. If the victim appears dead, heart massage and
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation should be administered.
Never put an UNCONSCIOUS victim in a bathtub. In
cases of mild hypothermia, dry clothing and shelter may
be all that is needed before the victim appears normal.
However, all hypothermia victims should be seen by a
doctor.
DO NOT:
1. Do not give the victim anything to drink, especially
not alcohol.
2. Do not rub frozen body areas, especially not with
snow.
3. Do not wrap a hypothermic in a blanket without an
auxiliary source of heat unless it is to protect him against
further heat loss before treatment.
How can I avoid Hypothermia?
Since most boaters that die in water related accidents
had no intention of going in the water, the obvious
answer is to avoid those behaviors that cause accidental
immersion.
Therefore, DO NOT:
Stand or move around in a small boat.
Overload your boat or distribute the load unevenly.
Decelerate suddenly, allowing the sternwake to overtake
and swamp the boat by washing over the transom.




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OKLAWAHA RIVER
Cracker Landing to
St. Johns River



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116 Intracoastal Waterway Palm Shores to Horseshoe
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302 Lake Butler & Clermont Chains & Vicinity
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OKLAWAHA RIVER
Cracker Landing to
St. Johns River



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