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Group Title: Techniques and guidelines for reclamation of phosphate mined lands. DATA APPENDIX.
Title: Techniques and guidelines for reclamation of phosphate mined lands
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Title: Techniques and guidelines for reclamation of phosphate mined lands
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Tighe, Robert E., 1954-
Florida Institute of Phosphate Research
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Subject: Reclamation of land -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Restoration ecology -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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    Introduction
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    Stream and drainage basin characteristics
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Full Text




Final Report to

Florida Institute of Phosphate Research
Project # 83-03-044


TECHNIQUES AND GUIDELINES FOR RECLAMATION OF
PHOSPHATE MINED LANDS



DATA APPENDIX


Mark T. Brown and Robert E. Tighe, Editors
















Center for Wetlands
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-2061
Tel. (904) 392-2424 Fax (904) 392-3624


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


VOLUME H

Appendix I.


Appendix II.

Appendix Im.


Appenidix IV.


Appendix V.


Appendix VI.


Appendix VII.


Appendix VIII.

Appendix IX.


Stream and Drainage Basin Characteristics
by Robert E. Tighe .............................................. I-1

omitted

Floodplain Vegetation of Small Stream Watersheds
by Francesca E. H. Gross ........................................ III-1

Vegetation and Structural Characteristics of Native Ecological Communities
by Mary M. Davis, Mark T. Brown, and G. Ronnie Best ................... IV-1

Landscape Organization and Community Structure of Naturally Reclaimed Land
by Steven Doherty .............................................. V-1

Hydrology of Native Florida Ecosystems
by Robert E. Tighe and Mark T. Brown .............................. VI-1

The Hydrology of Reclaimed Phosphate-Mined Wetlands
by Hans Riekerk, Lawrence V. Korhnak, and Mark T. Brown .............. VII-1

omitted

Vegetation and Structural Characteristics of Reclaimed Wetland and Upland Communities
by Mary M. Davis, Mark T. Brown, Steven Doherty,
and Robert E. Tighe ............................................ IX-1










INTRODUCTION


This volume contains the appendices for each chapter of the volume entitled, "Techniques and Guidelines for
Reclamation of Phosphate Mined Lands," edited by M.T. Brown and R.E. Tighe. Its purpose is to present the
pertinent data associated with each chapter that may be of importance to those using the main research report as a
reclamation reference. The appendices are numbered, using roman numerals, to correspond to the numbering of
chapters in the main report.
The data presented in each of the appendices resulted from measurements of physical and biological parameters
of the native Florida landscape. These measurements were conducted to document the basic characteristics of Florida
landscapes and ecosystems that were common to phosphate regions of northern and central Florida. The basic
premise was to develop a series of biological and physical indices of organization that would be useful in designing
and constructing the post-mined landscape. These indices were independent measures of organization and included:
(1) landscape-scale parameters like watershed organization (slope and size of watersheds as well as the geographic
distributions of wetlands and upland community types) and (2) indices of ecosystem organization like characteristic
species, ground surface slope, soils, soil moisture regimes, and micro-topographic relief.
Appendix I lists the geomorphic characteristics of six of the most important river systems in the northern and
central Florida phosphate regions. These data were used to develop indices of watershed and stream system
organization.
There was no data appendix for Chapter 2. However to maintain the numbering scheme, Appendix II was
omitted and numbering continues with Appendix II. In Appendix Il, the cross sections and vegetation associations
for the headwaters, mid-reach and lower reach portions of 12 small stream systems of northern and central Florida
are given. These data were used to develop typical vegetation associations for stream types of the phosphate district.
Appendix IV gives both tabular and graphic data on the physical and vegetation characteristics of 39 transects
through associations of ecosystems in northern and central Florida. These data were instrumental in developing
organizational indices of ecosystems and associations of ecosystems.
Appendix V gives reduced versions of land use/land cover maps of the upper Peace River basin and tables of
the vegetation found on each of the abandoned agricultural and naturally reclaimed phosphate mined lands that were
studied. These data were used to evaluate the spatial implications of natural reclamation of phosphate mined lands.
Appendix VI gives summary water level data for each of the water table transects. Included are two cross-
section figures that depict the maximum and minimum water levels and period of record hydrograph for each
transect. These data were used to develop soil moisture and flooding characteristics of native Florida ecosystems
and associations of communities.
Appendix VII is a listing of monthly hydrologic data for Gardinier, Pembroke, Kingsford, Dogleg, Bradford
Forest, and Morman Branch watersheds.
There was no data appendix for Chapter 8; however, to maintain the appendix numbering system in accordance
with the numbering system of the main report, Appendix VIII was omitted.
Finally, the data given in Appendix IX is a list of the survival and growth rates of selected tree species planted
on reclaimed phosphate mined lands.






























APPENDIX I


Stream and Drainage Basin Characteristics


Results of geomorphic measurements from 1:24,000 scale maps are presented in
Tables 1.1 through 1.6. Tributary streams in each table are listed down the page
in upstream order of the confluence with the parent stream and indented one
space from the main stream. Streams which were measured, but for which no
name is given on the topographic maps, are given a two letter code for the parent
stream, and numbered in ascending order corresponding to their upstream
position in the network. Where necessary, lower case letters are used to indicate
further subtributaries within a network.













Table I-1 Geomorphic data for Alafia River @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

Alafia River 1 3 12 51 254 960 6 6.0 420.00 30.40 8.6 41.80 3.3


Buckhorn Cr.
Bell Cr.
BL 1
BL 2
BL 3
Pelleham Br.
BL 4
BL 5
Boggy Cr.
BL 6
' Fishhawk Cr.
Doe Br.
DB 1
Long Flat Cr.
Pringle Br.
Little Fishhawk Cr.
LF 1
Little Alafia R.
Turkey Cr.
McCullough Br.
McDonald Br.
North Prong
Sloman Br.
Thirtymile Cr.


1


1






1 2
1


1 4


1 6
3 14
1
1
1
1 2

1
1 2
1
3 11
1 3
1
1 3
1 3
1 4
1
8 31
4 17
1
1 2
18 86
1 2
1 7


23
56
2
2
3
8
1
3
8
5
54
11
3
10
10
12
2
107
55
5
6
314
10
30


3.3
3.9
1.5
1.5
1.8
2.5
1.0
1.8
2.5
2.2
3.9
2.7
1.8
2.7
2.7
2.8
1.5
4.4
3..9
2.2
2.3
5.1
2.7
3.5


8.27
21.00
0.63
0.17
0.64
4.26
0.12
0.73
3.66
2.67
25.50
4.74
1.98
6.28
5.27
5.48
0.46
42.70
19.00
1.56
1.76
140.00
2.13
14.30


3.98
7.20
1.14
0.72
1.14
2.84
0.53
1.33
4.55
2.92
9.47
3.60
2.08
3.60
4.55
3.79
0.64
8.14
7.31
2.54
1.93
15.20
2.35
6.63


31.9
20.3
64.0
88.9
53.5
23.6
92.5
37.6
22.2
33.2
14.9
16.7
20.7
20.6
20.2
26.4
70.3
15.7
17.8
34.6
46.6
15.2
32.8
16.3


4.47
7.42
0.98
0.45
0.91
2.92
0.27
1.25
3.79
2.77
10.20
3.90
1.86
3.64
3.90
4.81
0.49
8.37
7.16
2.35
1.67
17.80
2.05
7.05


11.6
10.2
51.8
116.6
44.0
18.5
143.3
34.4
21.9
24.2
11.6
11.5
15.1
17.1
17.9
18.7
71.1
13.4
9.1
33.2
45.0
5.9
28.8
13.6













Table I-1 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
---------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

English Cr. 1 3 14 71 4 4.1 37-20 92 8 In 0 7 0n o o


EC 1
EC 2
EC 3
EC 4
Howell Br.
Hamilton Br.
Poley Cr.
PO I
PO 2
PO 3
PO 4
South Prong
SP 1
SP 2
SP 3
West Br.
SP 4
Mizelle Cr.
SP 5
SP 6
SP 7
Chito Br.
Owens Br.
Halls Br.


1

1 5 2


1 4 1


1
4 7



1

1


2 10 3
1 2 2
1 5 2
1 3 2
5 21 3
1 5 2
;2 71 4
1 3 2
1 4 2
1 2 2
2 8 3
2 266 5
1 3 2
1 2 2
1 2 2
3 8 3
1 1
2 13 3
1 2 2
1 2 2
1 3 2
3 13 3
2 7 3
1 5 2


2.7
1.5
2.2
1.8
3.2
2.2
4.1
1.8
2.0
1.5
2.5
5.0
1.8
1.5
1.5
2.5
1.0
2.9
1.5
1.5
1.8
2.9
2.4
2.2


4.15
0.59
1.81
1.62
8.86
3.63
29.20
0.51
1.76
0.37
2.43
135.00
0.57
0.32
0.16
3.68
0.13
5.21
0.35
1.00
0.41
6.73
3.30
1.91


3.03
1.59
2.58
2.16
5.30
2.73
7.77
1.14
2.35
1.06
2.01
18.20
1.57
1.27
0.82
4.77
0.75
5.52
1.19
1.79
1.19
3.88
3.36
2.76


18.5
32.1
21.7
26.9
15.5
16.1
12.2
43.0
28.9
45.3
23.9
7.7
52.2
58.3
73.2
26.2
78.7
23.2
54.6
40.2
66.4
19.8
36.0
41.3


2.31
1.21
2.01
1.82
4.32
3.22
7.16
0.80
1.97
0.72
2.08
25.80
0.75
0.82
0.60
4.18
0.37
4.77
0.52
1.49
0.67
5.44
2.83
2.98


0.o
16.9
38.8
21.9
24.2
14.4
9.6
8.7
46.5
24.4
50.0
18.2
4.6
80.5
71.9
63.3
25.1
118.9
23.1
80.8
40.2
73.0
10.5
37.5
37.6













Table I-1 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (ml) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

SP 8 1I 1 1.0 0.26 0.97 86.6 0.75 79.1


SP 9
SP 10
McMullen Br.
Pollard Br.
SP 11
Dogleg Br.
Hurrah Cr.
SP 12
SP 13
Boggy Br.
Gully Br.
S SP 14
SP 15
SP 16
SP 17
SP 18
SP 19
Lake Br.
LB 1
LB 2
LB 3
SP 20
SP 21
SP 22
SP 23
SP 24


1
1
1 2


1
1
1 2 6
1


1


1


2 4
1 2



1 3
1
1
3 9
1 2
1 2
1 3
1
1


1


2 2 1.5
2 2 1.5
6 3 2.3
1 1 1.0
2 2 1.5
2 2 1.5
5 4 3.3
3 2 1.8
1 1 1.0
3 4 2.9
5 3 2.2
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
9 3 2.6
4 2 2.0
2 2 1.5
1 4 3.5
4 3 2.0
6 3 2.3
0 3 2.7
4 2 2.0
2 2 1.5
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
3 2 1.8


0.55
0.32
1.88
0.65
0.35
0.42
10.70
0.49
0.32
7.30
2.92
0.15
0.14
0.0o
3.04
1.37
0.27
19.40
4.83
1.05
7.53
1.68
0.80
0.11
0.16
0.98


1.49
1.12
2.68
1.34
1.04
1.04
5.52
1.19
0.89
4.40
3.73
0.60
0.45
1.57
2.98
1.86
0.89
6.93
3.73
2.01
4.18
1.64
1.79
0.52
0.67
1.27


68.5
83.0
37.3
50.7
56.7
69.2
11.8
54.6
80.9
22.0
24.1
86.7
91.1
35.0
15.4
23.1
40.4
12.0
19.3
29.9
14.6
33.5
31.8
107.7
79.8
39.4


1.19
0.75
1.79
1.19
0.82
0.89
5.59
0.97
0.67
4.47
3.88
0.45
0.45
0.97
3.73
1.64
0.75
8.13
2.98
1.04
3.73
1.34
0.97
0.30
0.52
1.04


65.5
77.7
41.9
52.9
52.4
58.1
9.8
51.6
77.5
19.0
15.0
78.2
64.8
39.2
8.6
17.1
28.2
7.6
22.1
28.7
10.7
13.4
51.7
147.8
92.2
43.2














Geomorphic data for Little Manatee River @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)


Little Manatee River
Dug Cr.
LM 1
LM 2
LM 3
South Fork
SF I
SF 2
SF 3
SF 4
SF 5
SF 6
SIF 7
SF 8
SF 9
Moody Br.
Baker Br.
SF 10
SF 11
SF 12
SF 13
SF 14
SF 1.5
SF 16
Long Br.
SF 17
Keen Br.
Graveyard Cr.


1 4 25 140 488 5 5.5 222.00 24.0 5.8 39.7 3 3


1 6 21
1
1 5 13
1
1 3 21 99
1
1 5
1
1
1 3
1
1 2
1 2
1 2 10
1
1 2
1 2
1 2
1
1
1 5
1 2
1 2
1 3 12
1
1 4
1


3.2
1.0
2.9
1.0
4.3
1.0
2.2
1.0
1.0
1.8
1.0
1.5
1.5
2.7
1.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
2.2
1.5
1.5
2.8
1.0
2.0
1.0


8.07
0.10
3.73
0.50
39.00
0.74
1.14
0.07
0.20
0.50
0.54
0.39
0.66
2.75
0.67
0.70
0.22
0.50
0.16
0.08
2.00
0.30
0.75
5.13
0.20
2.36
0.80


4.3
0.5
2.3
1.3
14.0
1.7
1.6
0.5
0.9
1.2
1.3
1.1
1.5
2.4
1.2
1.1
0.9
1.2
0.9
0.5
2.1
1.1
1.2
5.1
0.8
3.0
1.2


23.6
113.1
22.9
35.7
8.3
41.3
28.9
83.0
66.6
60.0
54.3
61.6
53.5
35.2
56.1
54.6
56.0
61.3
52.8
75.4
29.2
54.7
35.5
10.8
45.6
14.2
24.8


4.5
0.4
3.0
1.0
17.4
1.3
1.7
0.3
0.7
1.1
0.8
0.7
1.1
3.3
1.0
0.7
0.7
0.9
0.6
0.3
1.2
0.8
1.2
5.0
0.6
3.0
0.6


14.5
132.0
15.8
42.0
6.4
36.5
21.6
108.5
74.8
50.0
59.1
90.3
53.7
23.6
43.7
54.3
63.1
74.6
64.4
108.9
52.8
72.6
31.5
10.1
58.1
12.2
35.2


Table I-2













Table 1-2 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

'tn ,o


rF 10
SF 19
SF 20
SF 21
North Fork
LM 4
LM 5
LM 6
LM 7
Gully Br.
LM 8
LM 9
LM 10
LM 11
Carlton Br.
LM 12
LM 13
LM 14
Pierce Branch
PB 1
PB 2
PB 3
PB 4
PB 5
PB 6
LM 15
LM 16
LM 17


1 2 1


1 2
1 2
1 2
1 3
2 63 250
1 3
1 2 8



1 2
1
1 2 11
1
1 5 25
1 2
1 2
1
1 7 23
1 2
1
1 2
1
1 3
1 2
1 3
1 3 7
1


1.5
1.5
1.5
1.8
5. 0
1.8
2.5
1.0
1.0
2.3
1.5
1.0
2.7
1.0
3.3
1.5
1.5
1.0
3.3
1.5
1.0
1.5
1.0
1.8
1.5
1.8
2.4
1.0


0.33
0.35
0.82
1.08
94.00
1.80
2.87
0.20
0.02
1.91
0.93
0.04
4.76
0.55
9.56
0.54
0.51
0.18
10.60
0.33
0.07
0.40
0.42
0.18
1.11
0.88
2.59
0.19


1.0
0.8
1.4
1.3
15.2
2.0
3.0
0.6
0.3
2.5
1.6
0.3
3.3
1.4
6.5
1.40
1.21
0.95
5.42
0.91
0.34
1.02
1.14
0.61
1.89
1.93
3.11
0.68


28.4
21.1
9.7
10.1
8.3
28.4
33.2
64.4
99.0
38.6
39.9
85.1
27.0
46.5
15.4
47.9
52.9
66.3
17.7
46.2
100.0
34.3
37.7
47.5
15.9
36.8
22.5
85.3


0.4
0.5
1.0
1.1
19.7
1.4
2.3
0.4
0.2
2.3
1.4
0.2
3.4
1.2
5.5
1.06
0.87
0.57
5.98
0.64
0.34
0.72
0.61
0.49
1.74
1.74
3.60
0.42


55.2
18.9
7.8
6.2
5.9
28.6
25.1
81.8
99.0
36.8
32.7
95.0
20.2
44.3
14.7
42.4
55.1
59.8
12.7
49.7
85.1
38.9
51.2
58.9
16.1
35.0
18.1
79.2













Table I-2 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)


LM 18
LM 19
Howard
lHP 1
HP 2
HP 3
HP 4
HP 5
HP 6
LM 20
LM 21
LM 22
LM 23
LM 24
LM 25
LM 26
LM 27
LM 28
LM 29


Prairie Br.


LM 29a
LM 30
LM 31
LM 32
LM 33
Alder--n Cr.
AC I
AC 2
LM 34


1


2
I




1

1


1
1 2
9 41
3 9
1 2
1 5
1 8
1 5
2 5
1 2
3 12
1 2
1 2
1
1 2
1
1
1
3 7
1 2
1
1 4
1 2
1 2
6 24
2 4
1 2
4 18


1.0
1.5
3.7
2.6
1.5
2.2
2.5
2.2
2.2
1.5
2.8
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.4
.1.5
1.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
3.3
2.0
1.5
3.1


0.19
1.49
18.20
4.92
0.63
1.80
2.16
1.91
3.02
0.50
3.49
0.19
0.24
0.03
0.66
0.43
0.10
0.35
1.75
0.47
0.20
0.93
0.34
0.19
11.50
1.80
0.92
7.70


0.68
2.16
6.06
5.03
1.21
2.35
2.65
2.08
2.31
1.33
2.20
0.80
0.95
S0.34
1.17
1.36
0.61
1.25
2.08
1.48
0.87
1.82
0.95
0.87
4.96
2.16
1.89
4.55


1


83.8
32.9
12.4
16.9
25.6
29.8
22.6
24.0
21.6
46.6
30.0
61.3
61.1
52.9
14.5
44.1
72.1
47.2
29.3
31.8
42.5
32.4
37.9
41.4
13.9
19.9
12.2
15.2


0.53
1.55
6.06
4.20
1.21
1.63
3.22
1.67
2.20
0.72
2.77
0.45
0.61
0.19
0.80
1.02
0.27
0.95
1.70
1.44
0.45
1.67
0.53
0.34
9.00
1.70
1.67
9.40


79.2
36.1
9.1
15.5
14.9
18.4
15.5
12.0
13.6
58.3
20.2
75.6
70.5
36.8
8.8
51.0
96.3
43.2
26.5
31.3
33.3
32.3
39.6
58.8
6.6
19.4
10.8
6.3


1


2
1













Geomorphic data for Manatee River @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)


Manatee River
MR 1
MR 2
Little Ft. Crawford
MR 3
MR 4
Webb Br.
MR 5
MR 6
MR 7
MR 8
MR 9
MR 10
MR 11
North Fork
MN 1
MN 2
MN 3
MN 4
MN 5
MN 6
MN 6a
MN 6b
MN 6c
MN 6d
MN 7


I

1
1
1
I
I


1 2
1
I
3 13


2 2 1.5
1 1 1.0
7 2 2.4
2 2 1.5
2 2 1.5
2 2 1.5
3 2 1.8
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
6 3 2.3
2 2 1.5
2 2 1.5
'3 4 4.1
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
1 1 1.0
5 3 2.2
23 3 3.3
6 2 2.3
4 2 2.0
7 2 2.4
4 2 2.0
3 2 1.8


J3I.UU
0.40
0.07
2.20
0.38
0.23
0.44
1.09
0.33
0.24
0.13
2.94
0.27
0.18
31.80
0.25
0.56
0.13
0.37
2.67
9.12
2.42
1.28
2.97
1.33
1.18


4u. OU
1.30
0.50
2.00
1.30
0.90
1.10
1.70
1.10
0.90
0.60
2.60
0.90
0.80
12.00
1.10
1.59
0.61
1.02
2.46
4.16
2.84
1.89
2.95
1.70
1.89


j.3-
50.0
82.0
33.5
47.7
53.3
42.7
33.5
50.0
47.8
93.3
25.4
58.9
65.0
6.8
40.9
33.3
73.8
38.2
23.6
12.5
12.3
15.9
12.5
22.4
9.5


1.40
0.30
2.30
1.10
0.50
1.10
1.00
0.60
0.60
0.30
2.60
0.80
0.60
14.80
0.64
1.10
0.42
0.68
1.93
5.23
2.95
1.78
3.33
1.33
1.93


L.O
40.0
93.3
16.1
47.3
62.0
27.3
44.0
75.0
63.3
86.7
21.2
61.3
56.7
5.2
51.2
33.7
72.0
42.5
26.4
9.8
10.8
13.5
10.8
22.6
6.7


T 'C n


Table I-3














Table I-3


Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
----------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (ml) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

East Fork 1 3 14 52 4 3.9 26.90 11.70 7.0 14.70 5.3
ME 1 1 1 1.0 0.24 0.83 54.2 0.61 54.5
ME 2 1 1 1.0 0.17 0.83 60.2 0.49 81.2
ME 3 1 1 1.0 0.50 1.29 34.9 0.79 44.0
ME 4 1 3 2 1.8 1.56 2.01 17.9 1.89 16.4
ME 5 1 1 1.0 0.13 0.64 54.7 0.45 61.6
ME 6 1 1 1.0 0.15 0.76 47.4 0.53 49.0
ME 7 1 1 1.0 0.13 0.68 45.6 0.49 40.6
ME 8 1 1 1.0 0.42 0.95 32.6 0.76 31.7
ME 9 1 2 4 3 2.0 2.78 3.22 14.0 3.22 11.8














Table I-4 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
--------O-- rder Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

Peace River 2400.00 87.00 2.0 100.00 1.0
Oak Cr. 1 4 12 46 4 3.8 18.30 9.50 8.8 10.40 31.4
Hickory Cr. 1 4 23 3 3.3 7.03 7.70 10.8 7.50 9.3
Troublesome Cr. 1 2 15 67 4 4.0 18.60 10.70 8.6 10.80 6.7
East Br. 1 3 13 3 2.9 3.47 3.52 13.9 2.70 14.7
West Br. 1 4 15 3 3.0 7.57 5.98 6.9 4.80 6.0
PR 1 1 4 11 3 2.7 1.44 2.50 33.2 2.20 33.2
Hickory Br. 1 2 11 3 2.7 2.15 2.56 27.7 2.40 21.0
Thompson Br. 1 9 28 3 3.4 7.18 5.03 18.1 4.50 17.7
PR 2 1 6 30 3 3.5 4.77 3.33 21.9 4.20 14.4
S PR 3 1 2 12 3 2.8 1.30 1.74 50.6 2.20 37.1
Max Br. 1 2 10 29 4 3.4 5.44 4.14 18.6 3.90 12.8
PR 4 1 2 2 1.5 0.28 0.91 81.3 0.90 72.6
PR 5 1 2 2 1.5 0.22 0.83 91.6 0.40 134.6
Little Charlie Cr. 1 5 29 123 4 4.5 45.90 11.10 9.2 10.30 5.5
Lake Dale Br. 1 7 31 3 3.5 8.40 5.20 13.1 3.70 12.2
PR 6 1 3 2 1.8 0.69 1.40 61.4 1.40 53.5
PR 7 1 2 2 1.5 0.49 1.21 62.0 0.98 66.0
Hog Br. 1 3 25 3 3.3 6.49 3.00 26.0 4.30 11.7
PR 8 1 2 6 3 2.3 0.99 1.70 42.4 1.50 40.9
Payne Cr. 1 2 11 53 229 5 4.9 123.00 18.80 5.1 19.10 4.0
Little Payne Cr. 1 3 17 72 4 4.1 38.00 13.50 6.8 14.40 5.1
LP 1 1 4 2 2.0 1.65 2.30 29.6 1.80 26.6
LP 2 1 3 12 3 2.8 3.31 3.20 20.9 1.80 19.3
LP 3 1 5 2 2.2 0.43 0.90 54.4 0.80 59.1














Geomorphic data for Peace River @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
---- ----------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

Upper Payne 1 8 35 149 4 4.6 81.00 16.90 5.4 16.60 4.5
Coon's Bay Br. 1 3 7 3 2.4 1.94 2.80 21.1 1.70 20.4
Plunder Br. 1 2 6 3 2.3 5.60 4.00 12.5 1.70 14.6
Olive Br. 1 3 2 1.8 2.55 3.30 17.9 2.50 21.9
PC 1 1 2 2 1.5 1.49 2.40 21.3 1.20 24.0
Hickey Br. 1 2 12 3 2.8 6.72 4.00 14.5 3.20 10.9
Doe Br. 1 4 11 3 2.7 9.23 5.50 6.5 2.90 3.4
Shirttail Br. 1 2 7 3 2.4 3.79 3.50 11.1 3.20 8.4
Gum Swamp Br. 1 4 24 3 3.3 9.88 5.40 8.0 3.30 7.0
PR 9 1 2 7 3 2.4 1.35 3.00 24.0 2.70 24.4
Gilshey Br. 1 3 20 3 3.2 3.25 3.10 25.8 3.20 23.2
PR 10 1 3 18 3 3.1 4.79 4.30 19.5 4.10 15.7
Gurr Run 1 8 2 2.5 1.31 2.60 28.5 2.40 28.4
Stephen's Br. 1 2 9 3 2.6 1.52 2.50 28.8 2.30 27.8
Bowlegs Cr. 1 2 9 30 136 5 4.5 71.00 9.85 7.3 12.60 8.1
Maron Run 1 2 6 3 2.3 1.83 2.40 24.2 1.60 28.3


Table I-4













Geomorphic data for Rocky Comfort Creek @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
--------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi') (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)


Rocky Comfort Cr.
Bear Cr.
RCl
RC2
RC3
RC4
RC5
Turkey Cr.
TCl
TC2
TC 3
'TC4
TC5
TC6
TC7
TC8
TC9
TC10
TC 1
RC6
RC7
Cane Cr.
CCI
CC2
CC3
CC4


I U
1


1 il
3 20
1 2
1
1 5
1


48
8


1


1 5 15 5


1 4 1


1 2


1 2
1 4 1
1 3
1I
1I
1 4 21 7

1 2
1 2


14 5 5.5 56.30
>8 4 4.2 11.70
8 3 2.5 0.78
3 2 1.8 0.67
.3 3 2.9 1.18
2 2 1.5 0.17
1 1 1.0 0.13
14 4 3.9 4.75
1 1 1.0 0.05
1 1 1.0 0.04
4 3 2.9 0.93
1 1 1.0 0.04
1 1 1.0 0.08
1 1 1.0 0.04
8 3 2.5 0.58
1 1 1.0 0.04
4 3 2.0 0.16
.2 3 2.8 1.00
8 3 2.5 1.25
2 2 1.5 0.16
4 2 2.0 0.21
'3 4 4.1 6.90
3 2 1.8 0.10
1 1 1.0 0.10
6 3 2.3 0.35
1 1 1.0 0.10


12.73
10.15
1.44
1.59
1.93
0.64
0.80
3.64
0.38
0.38
1.72
0.32
0.45
0.42
1.10
0.30
0.66
1.44
2. 05
0.76
0.80
4.81
0.53
0.61
1.00
0.49


17.36
20.29
73.64
81.09
69.88
170.82
149.60
46.20
351.12
293.04
87.03
397.55
259.60
240.00
122.90
324.92
178.01
86.15
64.53
175.56
173.49
34.92
230.06
158.40
127.52
182.77


15.10
10.19
1.25
1.31
2.10
0.54
0.61
4.20
0.30
0.16
1.66
0.23
0.40
0.20
1.35
0.18
0.53
1.12
1.93
0.76
0.79
5.00
0.43
0.95
0.48
0.43


13.97
17.76
65.01
60.13
59.51
147.03
144.77
35.23
377.64
250.42
78.41
461.97
230.40
392.36
85.04
387.42
165.06
81.83
58.03
149.43
98.99
27.58
192.08
64.04
248.21
127.13


1I


Table I-5













Table I-5 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
--------- -Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

Clr 5


%I J I I


CC6


CC8
Camp Cr.
CC9
CC10
CC11
CC12
CC13


RC10
Sweetwater Br.
SBI
SB2
SB3
SB4
SB5
RCll
RC 12
RC13
Cox Cr.
CX1
CX2
CX3
Vote Cr.


1 3 2
1 2 2
1 1
1 5 22 3
1 2 2
1 3 11 3
1 3 2
1 2 2
1 3 9 3
1 2 2
1 2 6 3
1 2 2
1 5 18 3
1 1
1 2, 2
1 2 2
1 4 2
1 3 7 3
1 3 10 3
1 3 6 3
1 2 2
1 4 11 50 4
1 2 9 3
1 1
1 3 2
1 2 10 3


1.8 0.30 1.02 121.24 1.00 104.07
1.8 0.21 0.81 136.30 0.81 100.24
1.5 0.18 0.81 143.67 0.73 105.24
1.0 0.07 0.57 179.52 0.42 172.66
3.2 1.90 2.37 51.96 2.59 37.83
1.5 0.26 0.81 132.61 0.77 120.36
2.7 0.73 1.06 99.00 1.10 77.08
1.8 0.31 0.89 97.74 0.75 102.91
1.5 0.27 1.04 85.44 0.93 90.32
2.6 0.80 1.46 71.31 1.34 55.17
1.5 0.07 0.49 150.28 0.38 63.14
2.3 0.23 0.72 186.19 0.67 139.77
1.5 0.10 0.61 151.80 0.45 93.58
3.1 2.34 2.73 59.03 2.68 45.14
1.0 0.02 0.27 328.11 0.15 243.27
1.5 0.09 0.49 164.49 0.45 135.13
1.5 0.47 1.36 85.80 1.24 78.20
2.0 0.40 1.40 85.62 0.92 97.34
2.4 0.86 1.55 83.71 1.25 72.00
2.7 0.50 1.14 106.48 1.24 89.33
2.3 0.23 0.81 158.40 0.81 104.15
1.5 0.18 0.64 159.95 0.59 140.34
3.8 7.26 4.89 32.33 4.36 29.36
2.6 0.46 1.21 90.75 1.27 63.12
1.0 0.19 0.91 115.50 0.71 91.66
1.8 0.30 1.02 94.84 1.02 75.59
2.7 1.41 2.20 57.35 2.03 42.46














Table 1-5


Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

RC14 1 2 8 3 2.5 0.62 1.48 93.42 1.41 83.63
RC15 1 2 7 3 2.4 0.44 1.10 111.97 1.07 86.93
Mill Dam Cr. 1 2 8 27 4 3.4 3.01 2.99 46.12 2.97 36.33
RC16 1 2 2 1.5 0.16 0.76 139.92 0.86 111.40
RC17 1 2 8 3 2.5 0.55 0.98 103.57 0.94 98.00
RC18 1 2 2 1.5 0.38 1.17 86.01 0.82 86.13
RC19 1 4 10 3 2.7 0.84 1.31 79.58 1.52 61.92
RC20 1 3 2 1.8 0.13 0.64 132.00 0.48 136.31
RC21 1 5 2 2.2 0.44 1.04 72.96 0.88 41.12
RC22 1 2 2 1.5 0.12 0.64 113.36 0.37 144.01
RC23 1 4 2 2.0 1.01 1.82 36.85 1.38 34.16
RC24 1 2 8 3 2.5 0.94 2.05 37.64 1.83 36.65













Geomorphic data for Suwannee River @ 1:24,000.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
-------------- Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)


Suwannee River
Four Mile Br.
Robinson Br.
RB 1
RB 2
RB 3
RB 4
RB 5
RB 6
RB 7
RB 8
SU 1
SU 2
Long Br.
SU 3
Deep Cr.
Brown's Br.
DC 1
DC 2
DC 3
DC 4
DC 5
Little Br.
Sandy Drain
Caney Flat Br.
Camp Br.
SU 4
SU 5
SU 6


1


1 2 1


1 4
6 34
1 2
1 4
1
1 3
1
1
1
1
1 3
1 3
1 4
1 4
11 55
1 5
1

1 6
1
1 4
1
1 3
2 7
2 6
1 2
1 2


19 3
123 4
7 3
15 3
2 2
9 3
4 2
3 2
6 2
4 2
9 3
9 3
18 3
15 3
221 5
23 3
6 2
1 1
22 3
5 2
15 3
7 2
17 3
26 4
24 4
7 3
7 3
1 I


3.1
4.5
2.4
3.0
1.5
2.6
2.0
1.8
2.3
2.0
2.6
2.6
3.1
3.0
4.9
3.3
2.3
1.0
3.2
2.2
3.0
2.4
3.0
3.4
3.3
2.4
2.4
1.0


9995.00
4.54
32.60
1.02
1.54
0.43
1.00
0.25
0.43
1.84
0.73
1.38
0.68
1.86
2.15
104.00
3.23
0.99
0.15
7.84
0.93
3.28
1.05
6.77
11.80
11.80
1.65
0.90
0.06


140.0
3.6
13.1
1.5
2.1
1.3
1.6
1.0
1.1
2.5
1.6
2.1
1.6
2.7
2.4
19.0
3.9
2.0
0.6
5.0
2.5
3.7
1.9
4.2
6.8
6.3
2.0
2.4
0.5


1.1
18.7
7.6
27.6
26.0
34.6
23.3
40.8
31.8
16.0
18.9
24.5
38.1
23.8
26.4
4.1
14.7
25.2
56.5
9.7
17.3
12.6
13.4
8.1
6.5
6.3
32.0
21.3
75.5


236.0
4.7
24.3
2.9
3.2
1.9
3.6
1.0
1.3
2.3
1.9
1.9
2.1
2.2
2.5
28.8
9.2
3.2
1.0
5.8
2.6
6.0
1.5
4.8
9.7
4.7
1.1
1.9
0.4


0.5
13.8
7.7
33.4
28.0
47.3
24.3
66.0
34.5
20.6
25.0
23.3
25.9
26.4
23.2
4.8
11.2
23.7
66.0
15.7
25.4
13.0
13.9
6.9
4.0
4.2
42.2
22.3
76.8


Table 1-6













Table 1-6 Continued.


# of streams of order Basin Basin Stream Stream
------------ Order Order Area Length Slope Length Slope
Stream 6 5 4 3 2 1 S 0 (mi2) (mi) (ft/mi) (mi) (ft/mi)

SU 7 1 3 2 1.8 0.32 1.0 46.3 0.9 46.2
SU 8 1 2 6z 3 2.3 1.54 2.3 22.5 2.0 23.4
SU 9 1 2 8 3 2.5 2.47 3.9 14.1 2.6 18.4
SU 9a 1 2 2 1.5 0.28 1.1 15.1 0.5 22.0
SU 9b 1 1 1.0 0.13 0.6 18.8 0.5 22.6
Little Cr. 1 5 17 82 4 4.2 40.00 9.9 6.6 4.5 8.0
LC 1 1 2 5 3 2.2 0.52 1.4 29.4 0.6 47.5
LC 2 1 1 1.0 0.07 0.3 94.1 0.3 83.0
LC 3 1 4 2 2.0 0.96 1.4 27.1 0.8 36.0
LC 4 1 1 1.0 0.18 0.8 40.0 0.2 96.8
LC 5 1 1 1.0 0.27 1.0 27.6 0.4 55.4
LC 6 1 1 1.0 0.34 1.0 27.6 0.5 40.6
LC 7 1 5 2 2.2 1.02 1.7 15.9 0.8 9.6
LC 8 1 1 1.0 0.08 '0.5 48.9 0.3 37.7
LC 9 1 2 7 3 2.4 3.24 3.3 6.7 1.8 9.5
LC 10 1 2 10 3 2.7 3.68 3.5 6.3 3.1 5.4
SU 10 1 2 7 3 2.4 1.02 2.7 21.1 2.6 17.9
Roaring Cr. 22.50 -
RC 1 1 3 2 1.8 1.19 2.4 15.9 1.3 22.6
RC 2 1 2 2 1.5 0.29 1.0 35.7 0.8 37.7
RC 3 1 3 2 1.8 2.91 2.9 13.2 2.5 13.0
RC 4 1 5 2 2.2 2.25 2.3 15.4 1.3 17.1
Bay Cr. 1 2 17 3 3.0 10.90 5.5 8.9 3.0 12.0
BC 1 1 2 2 1.5 0.24 0.8 31.6 0.4 44.5
BC 2 1 2 2 1.5 0.22 0.7 37.5 0.5 47.1
BC 3 1 6 2 2.3 1.80 2.5 11.4 1.7 10.6
BC 4 1 2 2 1.5 0.66 1.6 15.5 1.4 12.5
BC 5 1 1 1.0 0.15 0.8 22.4 0.5 28.6





























APPENDIX IH


Floodplain Vegetation of Small Stream Watersheds


The cross-section profiles of vegetation transects show relative elevation of the
ground surface (cm) along the lengths of the transects (m). Depth of organic
soils are shown in stipling. Headwater (HW), midreach (MR) and lower reach
(LR) profiles are shown for each site.

Vegetation associations are shown by numbers which correspond to individual
vegetation associations determined by the first cluster analysis. The associations
were further clustered to general vegetation types to which the associations
belong. The types are listed in the figure legends by type, number, and name.










Tree Species List


Species Botanical Common
Code Name Name


1. AR
2. BN
3. CC
4. CA
5. CG
6. CO
7. CLA
8. CFO
9. CAE
10. CR
11. DV
12. FC
13. GA
14. GL
15. IC
16. IM
17. IO
18. LS
19. LFR
20. LL
21. LM
22. MG
23. MV
24. MC
25. NSB
26. PB
27. PEP
28. PE
29. PP
30. QG
31. QLA
32. QN
33. QP
34. QV
35. SP
36. SR
37. SS
38. TA
39. TD
40. TAM
41. VA
42. VO
43. VS


Acer rubrum
Betula nigra
Carpinus caroliniana
Carya aquatica
Carya glabra
Cephalanthus occidentalis
Clethra alnifolia
Cornus foemina
Crataegus aestivalis
Cyrilla racemiflora
Diospyros virginiana
Fraxinus caroliniana
Gleditsia aquatica
Gordonia lasianthus
Ilex cassine
Ilex myrtifolia
Ilex opaca
Liquidambar styraciflua
Lyonia fructicosa
Lyonia lucida
Lyonia mariana
Magnolia grandiflora
Magnolia virginiana
Myrica cerifera
Nyssa sylvatica var. biflora
Persea borbonia
Persea palustris
Pinus elliottii
Pinus palustris
Quercus geminata
Quercus laurifolia
Quercus nigra
Quercus phellos
Quercus virginiana
Sabal palmetto
Serenoa repens
Styrax sp.
Taxodium ascendens
Taxodium distichum
Tilia americana
Vaccinium arboreum
Viburnum obovatum
Viburnum sp.


Red Maple
River Birch
Blue Beech
Water Hickory
Pignut Hickory
Buttonbush
Sweet Pepperbush
Swamp Dogwood
May Hawthorn
Swamp Cyrilla
Persimmon
Carolina Ash
Water Locust
Loblolly Bay
Dahoon Holly
Myrtle-leaved Holly
American Holly
Sweetgum
Stagger-bush
Fetterbush
Stagger-bush
Southern Magnolia
Sweetbay
Wax-myrtle
Swamp Tupelo
Redbay
Swampbay
Slash Pine
Longleaf Pine
Sand Live Oak
Diamond-leaf Oak
Water Oak
Willow Oak
Live Oak
Cabbage Palm
Saw Palmetto
Snowbell
Pond Cypress
Bald Cypress
Basswood
Sparkleberry
Walter's Viburnum
Viburnum










Table II-1. Cross sections of Alderman Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 AR, IC, MV, NSB, QLA 8 AR-MV
2 AR, CO, IC, MV 8 AR-MV
3 AR, IC, MV, QLA 8 AR-MV
4 AR, IC, MV, QLA 8 AR-MV
5 AR, NSB, PE, QLA 10 QLA

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, MV, QLA, SS 8 AR-MA
2 AR, CO, FC, IC, NSB, CFO 6 NSB
3 FC, LS, MV, NSB, QLA, UA, CFO, TAM 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 LS, QLA, QN, CG 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 AR, FC, QLA 10 QLA














ALDERMAN CREEK


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Alderman Creek.


z
0
I-

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w





Figure I1-1.










Table III-2. Cross sections of Catkins Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 NSB, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
2 IO, NSB, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
3 IM, NSB, PE 4 PE-NSB
4 NSB, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
5 PE 2 PEA

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, IM, MV, NSB, PE, QLA, TA, MC 4 PE-NSB
2 NSB, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
3 NSB, PE 4 PE-NSB
4 PE 2 PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 AR, LS, MV, NSB, PE, QLA, TD 6 NSB
2 LS, NSB, PE 2 PE
3 QN 3 QN


III-3































MR
10.


CALKINS CREEK


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Catkins Creek.


III-4


Figure II-2.











Table III-3. Cross sections of Cross Cypress Branch.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 NSB, PE, QLA 4 PE-NSB
2 IC, TA, MC 9 TA
3 IC, PEP, PE, TA 9 TA
4 NSB, PEP, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
5 PE 2 PE

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, DV, FC, GL, NSB, PB, PEP 6 NSB
2 NSB,PP,PE 4 PE-NSB
3 FC, LS, MV, NSB, QLA, UA, CFO, TAM 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 NSB, QLA, TD, MC 5 TD
2 AR, CO, IC, NSB, TD 5 TD
3 AR, IM, QLA, TD 6 NSB
4 AR, MV, NSB, PE, TD 8 AR-MV


III-5













CROSS CYPRESS BRANCH

3 47 I
==a-- 2 11


I -


-l .


40
DISTANCE (m)


60 80 100


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Cross Cypress Branch.


III-6


HW
10


MR
-10


Figure III-3.


-t-h


0 20


-=











Table III-4. Cross sections of Deep Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 NSB, PE 2 PE
2 GL,NSB,TA 7 GL
3 GL 7 GL

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, LS, PE, QLA, MC 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 AR, DV, FC, LS, MV, NSB, PE, QLA, TA, MC, CAE 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
3 AR, FC, LS, MV, NSB, PE, QLA, TA, MC, CR 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
4 AR, MV, NSB, QLA 8 AR-MV
5 NSB, PE 4 PE-NSB

Lower Reach (LR)
1 DV, QLA, QN, TA, BN 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 BN 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE


III-7












DEEP CREEK


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Deep Creek.


III-8


Figure III-4.










Table III-5. Cross sections of Gilshey Branch.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 AR, LS, MV, QLA, QV 1 MV
2 QLA, QV, UA 12 QV
3 AR, LS, MV, NSB, QLA, QN, CC 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
4 MV 1 MV

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, LS, QN, SP, CG 8 AR-MV
2 AR, LS, MV, NSB, QLA, QN, CC 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
3 LS 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 AR, MV, QN, QV, MC, CC 8 AR-MV
2 LS, MV, QLA, QN, CC 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
3 AR, LS, CC 8 AR-MV


III-9












GILSHEY BRANCH


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Gilshey Branch.


DISTANCE (m)


III-10


HW
10-


Figure III-5.










Table III-6. Cross sections of Little Manatee River.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 AR, IC, MV, NSB, QLA 8 MV
2 AR, MV, NSB, PE, QLA 8 MV
3 AR, MV, PE 8 MV

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, LS, MV, NSB 1 MV
2 AR, LS, NSB, QLA 8 AR-MV
3 LS, PE, QLA, QN, VS 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 FC, LS, NSB, PE, QLA 6 NSB
2 AR, FC, LS, MV, NSB, QLA 6 NSB
3 AR, LS, NSB, QLA 8 MV
4 LS, PE 2 PE
5 FC 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE


III-11











LITTLE MANATEE RIVER


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)
Cross sections of Little Manatee River.


II-12


HW


Figure 111-6.











Table III-7. Cross sections of Lochloosa Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name


Headwaters (HW)


NSB, TA
NSB, QLA, TD
NSB, TD


Midreach (MR)


Lower Reach (LR)


NSB, MC
AR, FC, IC, MV, NSB, TD, MC, LL
AR, CO, FC, IC, MV, NSB, TD, MC
AR, FC, NSB


AR, FC, LS, QLA, QN, VO, CC, SR
LS, PE, QN, TD, MC
AR, LS, NSB, PE, QLA, MC, CC
FC, LS, NSB, TD, CC


9 TA
10 QLA
6 MSB


NSB
NSB 3 FC,
NSB
NSB


LS-QLA-QN-PE
PE
LS-QLA-QN-PE
LS-QLA-QN-PE


III-13





























MR


LOCHLOOSA CREEK


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Lochloosa Creek.


III-14


Figure III-7.










Table III-8. Cross sections of Patrick Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 PEP, QLA, LS 10 QLA
2 AR, CO, IC, MV, NSB, PEP, PE, QLA, SP, MC 8 AR-MV
3 AR, CO, GL, IC, MV, NSB, PEP, QLA, MC, CFO 8 AR-MV
4 AR, NSB 6 NSB
5 IC, QLA 10 QLA

Midreach (MR)
1 QLA, QG, SP, CG 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 AR, CO, IV, MV, NSB, PEP, PE, QLA, SP, CFO, CG 8 AR-MV

Lower Reach (LR)
1 AR, IC, MV, PEP, MC 8 AR-MV
2 AR, GL, IC, MV, PEP, PE, QN 8 AR-MV
3 GL, MV, QG, QN 3 NSB
4 QG, CG, CAE 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE


111-15











PATRICK CREEK
3


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Patrick Creek.


III-16


Figure III-8.










Table III-9. Cross sections of Robinson Branch.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 NSB,PE,TA 6 NSB
2 NSB,TA 4 PE-NSB

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, GL, NSB, TA 6 NSB
2 GL, NSB, PE, TA 4 PE-NSB
3 AR,NSB 6 NSB

Lower Reach (LR)
1 NSB, PE, QLA, QN 10 QLA
2 FC, LS, QLA, QN, QV 12 QV


III-17











ROBINSON BRANCH


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Cross sections of Robinson Branch.


III-18


HW


Figure III-9.










Table III-10. Cross sections of Tiger Creek.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 GL, MV, QN 7 GL
2 QN 3 QN
3 GL, MV, QN 7 GL
4 GL, MV 7 GL

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, IC, MV, PB, QLA, QN, QV 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 AR, IC, PB, QLA, QN, SP, CFO, TAM, LFR 10 QLA
3 CFO 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE

Lower Reach (LR)
1 AR, IC, NSB, PE, QLA, QN, SP, CC, CG 6 NSB
2 AR, IC, MV, NSB, QLA, QN, CC 8 AR-MV
3 AR, IC, MV, NSB, QLA, CFO 8 AR-MV
4 MV 1 MV


III-19











TIGER CREEK


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Figure III-10. Cross section of Tiger Creek.


III-20










Table III-11. Cross sections of Stream A.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 MV, NSB, PEP, PP, PE, CR, LL 8 PE-NSB
2 MV, NSB, PEP, PP, TA 6 NSB
3 MV, PEP 1 MV
4 NSB, PEP, PE, TA 1 MV

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, NSB, PB, PE, TA, MC, CR 4 PE-NSB
2 AR, NSB, PB, TA, MC, CR 4 PE-NSB
3 NSB, PB, TA, MC, LL, CLA 6 NSB

Lower Reach (LR)
1 AR, NSB, PB, PE, TD 4 PE-NSB
2 AR, NSB, CR 6 NSB
3 AR, MV, NSB, PB, TD 8 AR-MV
4 CO,NSB,TD 6 NSB


III-21











STREAM "A"


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Figure III-11. Cross sections of Stream A.


III-22


HW


LR










Table III-12. Cross sections of Stream B.


Reach Association Association Type Type
Number Species Number Name



Headwaters (HW)
1 AR, IC, LS, PP 11 LS-QLA-QN-PE
2 AR, IC, LS, MV, NSB, PEP, QV, QP 8 AR-MV

Midreach (MR)
1 AR, LS, MV, NSB, QN, CC 8 AR-MV
2 LS, QLA, QN, CC, MG 3 QN

Lower Reach (LR)
1 LS,QLA,SP 10 QLA
2 QLA, TD, VO 5 TD
3 TD, CA, GA 5 TD
4 QLA, SP 10 QLA


III-23











STREAM "B"


HW


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


DISTANCE (m)


Figure 11-12. Cross sections of Stream B.


III-24





























APPENDIX IV


Vegetation and Structural Characteristics of Native Ecological Communities


Physical and vegetation data for community types of each study association are
shown. Tables list parameters for transects which are depicted on figures
immediately following each table. Ground surface parameters include area of
transect, statistical analysis of elevations, average organic soil depth (cm),
average percent slope, and density, height and width of hummocks found along
the transect. Vegetation analyses give relative importance values of dominant
tree and most frequent shrub species. Each of the tables are followed by two
graphs. The upper graph shows the elevation profile of the transect, depth to
organic soil, and locations of wetland, upland and transitional communities, as
described in the table. The lower graph gives the relative importance values of
the dominant tree species.











Table IV-1.


Transect: AGR2


County: Polk


Total length (m): 580

Lt-rdnr^I df4 Ar mn


Mesic Hardwoods


Ground Surface Description


Transect area (m2):

Relative elevation (cm):

SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)


1 MC
2 QL
3 GL
4 MV
5 AR
6 IC
7 CF
8 UA
9 NSB
10 QV

Shrubs (most frequent)


IV-1


5010


ta wooj a ar Eoap


TTolF d/l


1











Mesic to Hydric Mixed Hardwoods (AGR2)


0
-20
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
-160
-180
-200
-220
-240
-260
-280
-300
-320
-340


- ground surface


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30


Line distance (m)
-- organic soil


- water lover


0 200 400
Line distance (m)
a QL + MV 0 AR A 1C x UA


IV-2


600


v NSB











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: AGR3


County: Polk


Flatwoods


Total length (m): 122

Hardwood Swamps


Ground Surface Description

Transect area (mi):

Relative elevation (cm):

SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 QV
2 AR
3 MC
4 IC
5 CO
6 QL
7 NS
8 PEP

Shrubs (most frequent)


1000


-25
20
-55
31

65


0
68
1
20
1
8
1
1.6

MC
CO
VF


IV-3











Mesic to Hydric Mixed Hardwoods (AGR3)


0

-20

-40

-60

-80

-100

-120

-140

-160

-180

-200

-220

-240


-ground surface


100

90

80-

t 70-
o I
60-

o 50-

o 40

S 30-

20

10

0
10

a QV +


Une distance (m)
- organic soil water level


30 50 70 90 110
Line distance (m)
AR + MC A IC x QL v PEP


IV-4


130











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: HHP1


County: Highlands


Flatwoods


Total length (m): 300

Bavhead


Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2):

Relative elevation (cm):
X
SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE
2 GL
3 MV
4 NSB

Shrubs (most frequent)


Flatwoods


500


11
9
-19
25

14

0.7


0
0
0


2000


-11
12
-30
15

68

0.7


<1
22
18


500


4
5
-2
14

11

0.3


0
0
0


93
8
0
0

IG
LL
LFR


IV-5









BAYHEAD (HHP1)


10
0 A
-10 -
-20
-30
-40-
--50
E -60-

C -70-
o -
--80 -
a Pine Flat,
$ -90-
S-100
-110-
-120 -
-130
-140-
-150
-160
0

- Ground Elevation





100 -

90-

80-

70


_ 60

5 50

a
~t 4 40
0

. .30-


20

10 -

0


40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
Peat Depth Water LE


vel


0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
a PE + GL o MV A NSB


IV-6


~~










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: HHP2 County: Highlands Total length (m): 300

Flatwoods Marsh Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 480 1760 760

Relative elevation (cm):
R 3 -45 36
SD 5 19 16
MIN -11 -96 7
MAX 10 1 60

Average organic soil depth (cm):2 2 152 18

Average % slope: 0.5 0.9 0.7

Hummocks:
density (#/100 mi) 0 0 0
height (cm) 0 0 0
length (cm) 0 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 100 100 100


Shrubs (most frequent) VM IG
IG MC
LYL VM


IV-7









MARSH (HHP2)


100

50

0

-50

E -100oo

o -150
"o Pine \ /
-200 Flatwoods

-250
Ecotone Ecotc
-300-

-350
*- Marsh -
-400 I I
0 40 80 120 160 200

distance (m)
-Ground Elevation Peat Depth


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0


240 280

- Water Level


0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
0 PE + GL o NSB A PEP x MV


IV-8










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: HHP3


County: Highlands


Flatwoods


Total length (m): 300

Marsh


Ground Surface Description


Transect area (m2):

Relative elevation (cm):
X
SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)


1 PE
2 MC
3 SP
4 QL
5 NSB
6 MV
7 AR
8 SC
9 CO
10 QN


Shrubs (most frequent)


IV-9


Flatwoods


1820







MARSH (HHP3)


0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
Elevation Peat Depth Water L


3vel


0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
E + MC 0 SP A NSB x AR v QN


IV-10


20
0
-20
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
-160
-180
-200
-220
-240
-260
-280


- Ground


a PE


4










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: HHP4 County: Highlands Total length (m): 200

Mesic Hardwood Swamp

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 1080 920

Relative elevation (cm):
X -8 -24
SD 14 7
MIN -37 -36
MAX 40 0

Average organic soil depth (cm): 4 12

Average % slope: 1.9 0.5

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0 0
height (cm) 0 0
length (cm) 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 SP 51 26
2 CTO 18 0
3 LS 19 2
4 AR 3 5
5 QV 1 0
6 CS 1 0
7 QH 4 3
8 FC 0 60
9 UA 0 3
10 NSB 0 2

Shrubs (most frequent) CA RT
RH
PQ


IV-11








Mesic to Hydric Mixed Hardwoods (HHP4)


40
30-
20-
10-


0 -
-10-
-20 -
-30 -
-40 -
-50 -
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
C


S I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I 1I
) 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200


- Ground Elevation


distance (m)
- Peat Depth


-- Water Level


0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280

distance (m)
S + CTO o LS A AR x H v FC


IV-12


Mesic Mixed Hardwoods





Ec(


tone Mixed H



*--- Hydric Mixed Hardwoods


20


10


0



C SF


I










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: ITL1


County: Putnam


Xeric Pine


Total length (m): 220

Hardwood Swamp


Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2):

Relative elevation (cm):
X
SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 CT
2 AR
3 FC
4 SP
5 MV
6 QL
7 PE
8 QG
9 QM
10 QC


Shrubs (most frequent)


2100


-178
54
-301
-73

87


IV-13






MIXED HARDWOOD


300


200


100


0


-100


-200


-300


SWAMP


(ITL1)


0 40 80 120 160 200


Ground Elevation


distance (m)
- Peat Depth


-- Water Level


MIXED


HARDWOOD


SWAMP


(ITL1)


80-

70-

60 -

50-

40-

30-

20

10-

0 -
10 30 50 70 90 110
distance
a CT + AR o FC A


130 150 170 190 210
(m)
SP x MV v QL


IV-14










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: ITL2 County: Putnam Total length (m): 220

Hardwood Swamps

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 2220

Relative elevation (cm):
X -92
SD 46
MIN -219
MAX 8

Average organic soil depth (cm): 102

Average % slope: 2.0

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 1
height (cm) 22
length (cm) 18


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 AR 13
2 PEP 11
3 SP 21
4 QL 7
5 CT 17
6 MV 13
7 CF 3
8 PE 2
9 FC 4
10 NSB 8

Shrubs (most frequent)


IV-15





MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP


(ITL2)


0 40 80 120 160 200
distance (m)
Elevation Peat Depth


240


Water Level


MIXED


HARDWOOD


SWAMP


(ITL2)


0 40 80 120 160 200
distance (m)
R + PB o SP A CT x MV v


IV-16


20
0
-20
-40
-60
-80
-100
-120
-140
-160
-180
-200
-220
-240
-260
-280
-300


Ground


10


0


0 AF


240


NSB










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MKA1 County: Myakka Total length (m): 145

Flatwoods Marsh Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 260 860 330

Relative elevation (cm):
x 20 -30 4
SD 5 14 3
MIN 6 -55 -6
MAX 25 5 8

Average organic soil depth (cm): 1 1 1

Average % slope: 1.0 1.2 0.3

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0 0 0
height (cm) 0 0 0
length (cm) 0 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

None

Shrubs (most frequent) SR HF IG
MC SR
IG LL


IV-17








MARSH (MKA1)


10


0


-10 -


-20


- -30-


-40

5 Pine
-50 Flatwo
--50


-60


-70 -


-80
0

Ground Elevation





100-

90

80

70

> 60-
o I

50-

E 40-

30-

20-

10-

0


20 40 60 80 100

distance (m)
Peat Depth


MARSH (MKA1)


120 140

-- Water Level


10 30 50 70 90 110 130

distance (m)
a PE + SP


IV-18


I










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MKA2 County: Sarasota Total length (m): 300

Flatwoods Marsh Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 540 2120 340

Relative elevation (cm):
X 17 -50 32
SD 6 16 15
MIN 3 -70 0
MAX 30 2 51

Average organic soil depth (cm): 5 60 14

Average % slope: 0.3 0.9 1.3

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0 0 0
height (cm) 0 0 0
length (cm) 0 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 100 82 35
2 MC 0 18 2
3 SP 0 0 36
4 QL 0 0 7
5 QV 0 0 20

Shrubs (most frequent) VM HF VM
SR SR
IG IG


IV-19







MARSH (MKA2)


40
20
0-
-20
-40-
-60-
-80-
--100-
-120 _Pin
a Flatwc
- -140-
-160 -
-180-
-200-
-220-
-240-
-260 -
0

Ground Elevation


40 80 120 160 200 240 280
distance (m)
Peat Depth Water


MARSH


-evel


(MKA2)


0 40 80 120 160
distance (m)
a PE + MC 0 SP A


200 240 280


x QV


IV-20










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MKA3 County: Sarasota Total length (m): 120

Flatwoods Cypress Dome Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 200 66 340

Relative elevation (cm):
X 20 -17 18
SD 13 9 11
MIN 1 -30 -1
MAX 39 1 41

Average organic soil depth (cm): 2 2 2

Average % slope: 1.4 0.8 0.8

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0 0 0
height (cm) 0 0 0
length (cm) 0 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 100 0 20
2 TA 0 86 73
3 TD 0 14 0
4 MC 0 0 7

Shrubs (most frequent) IG IG
SR SR
VR VM


IV-21







CYPRESS DOME (MKA3)


20
-Pin
Flatwo
10-





E

3 -20-

D
5 -30-


-40-


-50 -


-60
0

Ground Elevation


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0


20 40
dis
P


CYPRESS


60 80 100 120
tance (m)
'eat Depth Water Level


DOME (MKA3)


30 50 70 90
distance (m)
a PE + TA o TD A MC


IV-22


110










Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MKA4 County: Sarasota Total length (m): 200

Mesic Hardwood Cypress Dome Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 600 1740 200

Relative elevation (cm):
x 32 -4 41
SD 10 9 12
MIN 20 -22 21
MAX 42 20 55

Average organic soil depth (cm): 2 4 4

Average % slope: 3.7 0.6 1.7

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0 0 0
height (cm) 0 0 0
length (cm) 0 0 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 TA 0 99 100
2 MC 0 1 0

Shrubs (most frequent) MC SC SR
HV BH MC
IG MC VR


IV-23








CYPRESS DOME (MKA4)


20-

10

0 ----
0

-10 -


--1 0
E -20 -

S-30

iS -40 --o V
x
-50 2

-60-2
0
/
-70 3

-80 T
0 2

Ground Elevation


S 40 60 80
dis
F


CYPRESS


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0


100 120 140 160 180 200
tance (m)
eat Depth Water Level


DOME (MKA4)


30 50 70 90

distance (m)
STA + MC


IV-24











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MMB1 County: Marion Total length (m): 360

Flatwoods Hardwood Swamp Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 120 3120 360

Relative elevation (cm):
X 51 -119 76
SD 12 61 84
MIN 31 -241 -45
MAX 66 48 220

Average organic soil depth (cm): 21 160 18

Average % slope: 1.8 1.4 7.4

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0 0.1 0
height (cm) 0 39 0
length (cm) 0 24 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 87 2 0
2 GL 7 12 4
3 QG 2 0 9
4 CT 0 14 0
5 MC 0 1 0
6 PEP 0 11 0
7 SP 0 32 0
8 FC 0 7 0
9 PC 0 0 28
10 QM 0 0 34

Shrubs (most frequent) LL IP LL
AP SR
LL LF


IV-25







MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP (MMB1)


200

100

0

-100-





U
- -200 -




-400
Ecotone
-S_







-500

-600
Hydric Mixed Hardwi
-700I I I
0 100 200
distance
Ground Elevation Peat C


MIXED HARDWOOD


0

0 PE


100


+ GL


o CT


300 400

m)
pth Water Level


SWAMP (MMB1)


200
distance (m)
A PB


300

x SP


400


v FC


IV-26


)e











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: MMB2


County: Marion


wtalF oods


Total length (m): 350

Hardwnnood Swamn


Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2):

Relative elevation (cm):

SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE
2 QN
3 IP
4 MV
5 GL
6 PEP
7 CT
8 SP
9 PC
10 OA

Shrubs (most frequent)


Xeric Pine


2800


-83
54
-220
48


360


80
24
43
120

18

1.9


0
0
0


IP
SR
LYL


IV-27


FlatwoodsVu I- ------








MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP (MMB2)


0-

-50-

-100

-150-

200-

I -250-

-300
B--300- Ecotone


-350-

-400 Pine
Flatwoods
Hydric Mixed Hardwoods--
-450 I I I
0 100 200
distance (m)
Ground Elevation Peat Depth


MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP


100 -

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0 --
0

3 PE


300

Water Level


(MMB2)


40 80 120 160 200 240 280 320
distance m)
+ MV o PB CT x SP v AR


IV-28











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: ONF1 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
X -83
SD 46
MIN -131
MAX 1

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 1.4

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PC 97
2 LYF 1
3 QC 1
4 QLA 1


IV-29





SAND PINE SCRUB (ONF1)


50
0
-50
-100
-150
-200
-250


- I
0
Elevation


40 60
distance (m)
-- Peat Depth


80 100
- Water Level


SAND PINE SCRUB (ONF1)


10 30 50 70 90
distance (m)
0 PC + LYF QC A QL


IV-30


-300
-350
-400 -
-450

Ground E


I


-


:-;----;-











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: ONF2 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
X -65
SD 27
MIN -95
MAX 0

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 1.1

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PC 93
2 QLA 1
3 QC 1
4 LYF 4
5 QG 1
6 QM 1


IV-31







PINE SCRUB


(ONF2)


-300-


-350


-400 1 1 -
0 20 40 60 80
distance (m)
Ground Elevation Pnet Dn)t h


----


PINE SCRUB


distance (m)
o QC A LYF


100

Water Level


(ONF2)


x QG


v QM


IV-32


SAND


0


-50


-100


-150


-200


-250


SAND


100

90

80


0 PC


+ QL











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: OSC1


County: Bradford


Total length (m): 300


Flatwoods


Ground Surface Description

Transect area (mi):

Relative elevation (cm):
R
SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE
2 GL
3 IC
4 TA
5 NSB
6 MV
7 PP
8 MC
9 AR
10 PEP

Shrubs (most frequent)


Cvpress Strand


2295


IV-33


Flatwoods


i










50
40
30
20
10
0
-10
-20
S-30
E -40
-50
O -60
" --70
V -80
S-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
-150
-160
-170


DOME


(OSC1)


CYPRESS


0 100 200 300


distance (m)
-- Peat Depth


CYPRESS


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30


DOME


Water Level


(OSC1)


0 100 200 300


distance (m)
+ GL 0 IM A TA


IV-34


Ground Elevation


0 PE


x NSB


400


v MV


400











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: OSC2 County: Bradford Total length (m): 100

Cypress Strand Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 660 340

Relative elevation (cm):
R -23 22
SD 10 11
MIN -37 0
MAX 1 40

Average organic soil depth (cm): 52 12

Average % slope: 0.6 0.8

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0.2 0
height (cm) 23 0
length (cm) 10 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 9 0
2 TA 87 100
3 IC 3 0
4 NSB 1 0

Shrubs (most frequent) SC GD
IL IG
LL SR


IV-35








CYPRESS


70
60 -
50
40
30
20-
10-
0
-10
S--20
-30
-40-
-50
-60
-70
-80
0

Ground Elevation


DOME


(OSC2)


20 40 60 80
distance (m)
Peat Depth


CYPRESS


DOME


100

-Water Level


(OSC2)


10 30 50 70 90
distance (m)
3 TA + IM o PE a NSB x PEP


IV-36











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: OSC3 County: Bradford Total length (m): 100

Flatwoods Cypress Strand

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 380 620

Relative elevation (cm):
X 9 -2
SD 8 21
MIN -8 -41
MAX 19 82

Average organic soil depth (cm): 16 84

Average % slope: 0.9 1.5

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0 9
height (cm) 0 40
length (cm) 0 19


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PE 100 26
2 PEP 0 15
3 IC 0 1
4 NSB 0 21
5 GL 0 11
6 LV 0 1
7 MC 0 1
8 TA 0 21
9 MV 0 1
10 CO 0 1

Shrubs (most frequent) SR LL
IG SC
GD IV


IV-37








CYPRESS DOME (OSC5)


80

60-

40-

20-




-40-
l-O
S-60

- -80 -
-80 Pine Flatwoods----
-100

-120 Ecotone

-140-

-160-
Cypress
-180 -i,,- i
0 20 40 60 80 100
distance (m)
Ground Elevation Peat Depth Water Level


CYPRESS


DOME (OSC3)


30 50 70 90
distance (m)
+ PEP o NSB a GL x TA v MV


IV-38


100 --

90-

80-

S70-

60-

50-

40-

30-

20-

10

0 -
10

0 PE


~











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: OST1


County: Orange


wtalF oods


Total length (m): 620

Hardwood Swamo


Ground Surface Description


Transect area (m):

Relative elevation (cm):
R
SD
MIN
MAX

Average organic soil depth (cm):

Average % slope:

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2)
height (cm)
length (cm)


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)


1180


13
12
-11
37


1.0


3
37
40


1 PS
2 PE
3 TA
4 MC
5 PEP
6 IC
7 NSB
8 MV
9 AR
10 PP

Shrubs (most frequent)


IV-39


Flatwoods


4480


. .. .. ... i







MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP (OST1)


40-
20-
0
-20
-40-
-60
-80-
S-100-
S-120-
S--140-
> -160 Pine
S-1 Flatwo
-180
-200
-220
-240
-260
-280
-300
0

Ground Elevation


200 400 600
distance (m)
Peat Depth -- W


MIXED HARDWOOD


SWAMP


(OST1)


0 200 400 600
distance (m)
S + TA o IC A NSB x MV V


IV-40


water Level


100

90

80


20

10-

0-


o P5


AR











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: OST2 County: Orange Total length (m): 250

Flatwoods Hardwood Swamp Flatwoods

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 380 1680 440

Relative elevation (cm):
R 3 -16 51
SD 14 14 27
MIN -20 -45 -3
MAX 27 18 76

Average organic soil depth (cm): 2 121 9

Average % slope: 1.5 0.7 1.7

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0 21 0
height (cm) 0 23 0
length (cm) 0 19 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PS 57 24 63
2 PP 39 0 37
3 PE 5 6 0
4 PB 5 6 0
5 IC 0 22 0
6 NSB 0 9 0
7 GL 0 1 0
8 MC 0 7 0
9 AR 0 23 0
10 MV 0 5 0

Shrubs (most frequent) SR SC SR
FG LL IG
LL MC LL


IV-41







MIXED HARDWOOD SWAMP (OST2)


100

50-

0-

-50
E
u
- -100-
0
o -150
v Pine
5 Flatwoo
-200-

-250

-300 -

-350 -
0

Ground Elevation


40 80 120 160 200 240
distance (m)
Peat Depth Water Level


MIXED


HARDWOOD


SWAMP


(OST2)


40 80 120 160 200 240
distance (m)
+ PE o IC A NSB x GL v AR


IV-42


0

3 PS











TableIV-1. cont'd.

Transect: PALI County: Bradford Total length (m): 200

Lake Fringe Mesic Hardwood

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 1180 820

Relative elevation (cm):
R 94 167
SD 30 28
MIN -1 118
MAX 145 212

Average organic soil depth (cm): 56 50

Average % slope: 1.7 1.3

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 1 0
height (cm) 12 0
length (cm) 53 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 GL 14 1
2 NSB 40 3
3 IC 4 0
4 AR 13 18
5 TD 8 0
6 MV 4 0
7 PE 11 63
8 PEP 4 8
9 QN 0 4
10 QH 0 4

Shrubs (most frequent)


IV-43













LAKE FRINGE (PAL1)


0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200

line distance (m)
---- organic aoll watsr level


0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200

line distance (m)
+ NSB 0 AR A TD X PE 7 PEP


IV-44


0

-20

-40







100

90

80


70


8 60


a.

* 40


30

20


0



M GL











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: RVS1 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
R 521
SD 21
MIN 480
MAX 552

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 1.4

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PP 100


IV-45












SA.DH:LL (RVS )






-.
___ y'"'


-^ = ^' ^ ^ s^ -.r r '^ _.... ,._.-


0 20


100

90

O A


70

60

50 -










10 -



10


40 60

:tn distance (m)

SANDHILL (RVS1)


50

distance (m)
t PP


IV-46


'20


Io
50


0


-50


--100


-150


-200


-250


-300


100


---,


























90
90


p ~-------











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: RVS2 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
X -52
SD 33
MIN -94
MAX 3

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 0.9

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PP 100


IV-47









SANDHILL (RVS2)


50-

0

-50

-100

--150-

S-200-

-250 -


-300-

-350-

-400

Ground El
Ground El


20


ovation


I I I
40 E
distance (m)
Peat Depth


I I


80 100

- Water Level


SANDHILL


(RVS2)


10 30 50 70
distance (m)
3 PP


IV-48


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0





C











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: RVS3 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
R -57
SD 34
MIN -113
MAX 2

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 1.1

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PP 82
2 QLA 18


IV-49








SANDHILL (RVS3)


50-

0-

-50-

-100

-150
.1

5 -200

v -250

-300

-350

-400

-450
0

Ground Eli


I s
60


distance (m)
- Peat Depth


S 80
80


100


-- Water Level


(RVS3)


30 50 70 90

distance (m)
1 PP + QL


IV-50


4 I
40


ovation


SANDHILL











Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: RVS4 County: Marion Total length (m): 100

Xeric Pine

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 1000

Relative elevation (cm):
X -83
SD 51
MIN -186
MAX 0

Average organic soil depth (cm): 0

Average % slope: 1.8

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m2) 0
height (cm) 0
length (cm) 0


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 PP 49
2 QLA 51


IV-51


L







SANDHILL (RVS4)


0



-100



-200



-300


-400



-500 -
0

Ground Elevation


20 40 60 80 100
distance (m)
Peat Depth Water Level


SANDHILL


100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0


(RVS4)


10 30 50 70 90
distance (m)
0 PP + QL


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Table IV-1. cont'd.

Transect: SF01 County: Alachua Total length (m): 200

Mesic Hardwood Hardwood Swamp

Ground Surface Description

Transect area (m2): 40 160

Relative elevation (cm):
R 356 -105
SD 168 47
MIN 4 -170
MAX 535 10

Average organic soil depth (cm): 20 27

Average % slope: 13.6 2.0

Hummocks:
density (#/100 m) 0 2
height (cm) 0 15
length (cm) 0 40


Dominant Species Distributions

Trees (relative importance values)

1 MV 8 0
2 AB 15 9
3 OV 13 5
4 QL 31 21
5 QMI 15 0
6 LS 4 15
7 QN 5 8
8 CG 6 0
9 CC 0 21
10 TD 0 11

Shrubs (most frequent) SR
AG
CA


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Mesic to Hydric Mixed Hardwoods (SF01)


ground surface



90-


80 -


70-



0






S30-

o 20
E 0 -





10 3





SAS
TO 3

0 AB


Line distance (m)
- organic sil water level


IV-54


E


.-0



n-S
C
co



a


0

-0.1

-0.2

-0.3

-0.4

-0.5

-0.6

-0.7

-0.8

-0.9

-1

-1.1

-1.2

-1.3

-1.4


0 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 19(

Line distance (m)
+ QL o LS A QN x TD V CC




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