Title: Letter from F.P.L.&C. to SWFWMD proposing a joint project to develop a report on the impact of water withdrawal from the Peace River and effect on Cha
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Title: Letter from F.P.L.&C. to SWFWMD proposing a joint project to develop a report on the impact of water withdrawal from the Peace River and effect on Cha
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Executive Director Director I. C.
Director I. C._ Director M. & A.
Director M. & A. Director Ops. ___
Director Ops. Director P & R- __-
Director .P &' R __ Attorney
Attorney ____
-______ Dir. Employee Rel.
Dir. Employee Rel. Dir. Field Maint.
Dir. Field Maint. Dir. Finance
Dir. Finance Dir. Planning_
Dir. Planning ____Dir. Real Estate
Dir. Real Estate Dir. Regulation_
Dir. Regulatory Dir. Res. Development
Dir. Res.;Development -_ Dir. Spec. -Spjlort
Dir. .Spec. -Support _
_Other __
M. Gibbons
L. M. Blain SUSPENSE: -
Chairman, Gov. Bd. --_____ REMARKS:
District Board
Basin Boards

P.. BOX 013100, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101

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S' October 27, 1976

1r. Donald E. Feaster, P.E." .
Execu-tive Director
Southwest Florida Water management District
5060 U.S. Highway 41, South
Brooksville, Florida 33512

Dear Don:

As per our conversation of today, I feel that it would be
very bene-ficial to your District and our Company to conduct
a joint venture in developing a program and study with an
ultimate report on the possible impact the water withdrawal
from the Peace River would have on the ecosystem of Charlotte

As you are aware, Texas Instrument and Brown & Root have
been conducting extensive studies for FP&L to be included
in our Environmental Report for the DeSoto project. Because
we have temporarily terminated our studies, all the data
that has been collected has not been reduced and would be
available for the study you and I discussed.

As I pointed out,we would like to help finance and utilize
this valuable data in developing a report which would be
beneficial to both your needs and ultimately our Environmental

Per your request, I am attaching an outline of the programs
that have been ongoing in the Charlotte Harbor and Peace
River areas.

As we discussed, if you have other areas of concern that
should be included, we and our consultants would like to sit
down and discuss with you a program that would be compatible
to both our needs.

If you have any further questions, please contact me so that
we may hopefully begin this joint venture.

Very truly yours,

W. JP, arrow, Jr.
Senior Project Coordinator




Z, Aquatic Baseline Survey

Biological S;ampling and Analysis

1. Adult and Juvenile Fishes

a. Field Sampling for Adult and Juvenile Fishes

1) Gi5Il/Tramnmel Netting
2) Seining/Trapping
3) Electrofishing
4) Trawling

b. Analy:e of Adult and Juvenile Fish Samples

1) S to;,ach-Content Analysis
2) So.x Determination
3) Parasitism

2 ]enthos

a. Benthic Field Sampling
b. Analyses of Benthic Macroinvertebrate

3. Zooplankton

a. Field Sampling for Zooplankton
b. Analyses of Zooplankton Samples

4. Fish Eggs and Larvae

a. Field Sampling for Fish Eggs and Larvae
b. Analyses of Fish Egg and Larva Samples

5. Phytoplankton

a. Field Sampling for Phytoplankton
b. Analyses of Phytoplankton Samples

6. Periphyton

a. Field Sampling for Periphyton
b. Analyses of Periphyton Samples

7. Aquatic Macrophytes

a. Field Sampling for Aquatic Macrophytes
b. Analyses of Aquatic Macrophytes

1. General
2. In-situ Mea.surements
3. Water Quality Sampling

a. Surface Water
b. Station Sedi-en!lt Sampling

4.o 2Analys-rs of Water Quality Sa--mples

Data ,t a. lysis

1. Biological Data

a. Fishiery Data

1) General
2) Population Estimates
3) Grovth-Rate Deter:mination
4) Condition Factors
5) Food-Habit Analyses
6) Parasitism
7) Sexual Condition

b. Bethic Data
c. Zooplankton Data
'd. Data for Fish Eggs and Larvae
e. Phytoplankton Data
f. Periphyton Data
g. Data for Aquatic Macrophytes

2. Water Quality Data

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