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Open-ocean water level datum planes for monumented coasts of Florida

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Open-ocean water level datum planes for monumented coasts of Florida
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Balsillie, James H
Carlen, Jeffrey G
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Florida Geological Survey
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"The primary purpose of this work is to provide a listing of elevations of commonly utilized tidal datums for each coastal location identified by surveyed DNR (Department of Natural Resources) Reference Monuments (now stamped with the DEP designation.)"-p. 1
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Florida Geological Survey open file report 73
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by James H. Balsillie, Jeffrey G. Carlen, and Thomas M. Watters.

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State of Florida Department of Environmental ProtectionVirginia B. Wetherell, SecretaryDivision of Technical ServicesRorida Geological Survey Tallahassee, Rorida1998ISSN 1058-1391

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CONTENTS PageINTRODUCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1WATER LEVEL DATUM PLANES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2DISCUSSION AND RESULTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..3TIDAL DATUM APPLICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..8TRANSFORMATION OF DATUMS TO SURF BASE MSL. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..10PEER REVIEW OF METHODOLOGY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..12INLETS AND ASSOCIATED ASTRONOMICAL TIDES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 2SUMMARY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..14ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..14REFERENCES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..14LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic VerticalDatum for the Florida East Coast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..6Figure 2. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic VerticalDatum for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..6Figure 3. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic VerticalDatum for the Northwest Panhandle Gulf Coast of Florida. . . . . . . . . . ..7Figure 4. Illustration of methodology for determination of alongshore distances. . . . . . ..8Figure 5. Map of Florida illustrating coastal reaches for the East Coast, Lower Gulf Coast, and Panhandle Gulf Coast where continuous monumentation exists for determinationof tidal datums. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..9Figure 6. Departure of Florida inlet tide data and open coast tide data. . . . . . . . .. 13 Figure 7. Open ocean and inside astronomical tides for Ft. Pierce and St. Lucie Inlets. . . .. 13LIST OF TABLESTable 1. Tidal datums and ranges for open coast gauges of coastal Florida. . . . . . . .. 5 Table 2. Polynomial equations for Florida tidal datums for monumented coastlines. . . . .. 7Table 3. Florida foreshore slope statistics by county and survey. . . . . . . . . . ..11 APPENDICESAppendix 1. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, and alongshore distances for the Florida East Coast.. . . . . . . . ..1 6Nassau County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 7St. Mary's Entrance Channel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 7Nassau Sound Entrance Channel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 7Duval County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 7Ft. George Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 7St. John's Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..18St. Johns County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..1 8St. Augustine Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..19Matanzas Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20i

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Flagler County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Volusia CountyPonce de Leon Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brevard County Cape Canaveral Inlet Indian River County Sebastian Inlet St. Lucie County. . Ft. Pierce InletMartin County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .St. Lucie Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . Palm Beach County. . . . . Jupiter Inlet Lake Worth Inlet South Lake Worth Inlet Boca Raton InletBroward County. . . . . . . . .Hillsboro Inlet. Port Everglades. . . . Dade County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baker's Haulover Inlet. . . . . . . . . . Government Cut. . . . . . . . . . . . .Morris Cut Bear Cut Cape Florida. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .Appendix 2. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, andalongshore distances for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast. . . . . . . . .Pinellas County Hog Island Pass Hurricane PassWilly's Cut. . Dunedin PassClearwater (Little) Pass. . . . . . . . .John's PassBlind Pass. . . .Pass-a-Grille . . .Three Unnamed Inlets. . . . . . . . Bunces Pass. . . . . . . . . . . .Egmont Channel (Tampa Bay Entrance)............. Southwest Channel. . . . . . Passage Key Inlet. . . .Manatee County Longboat Pass Sarasota County New Pass Big Sarasota Pass Midnight Pass. Venice Inlet Charlotte County. . .Stump Pass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii 20 21 23 23 23 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 31 32 32 32 32 33 33 34 34 34 34 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 37 37 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 40 40

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Gasparilla PassLee County. . . . . . . . . . . . . Boca Grande. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Capitiva PassRedfish Pass. . . . Blind Pass. . . . . . . . . San Carlos Pass. . . Matanzas Pass. . . . Big Carlos Pass. . . . . . New Pass. Big Hickory PassCollier County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wiggins Pass Clam PassDoctor's Pass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gordon's Pass Little Marco Pass Hurricane Pass Capri Pass. .Big Marco Pass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Caxambas Pass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Appendix 3. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, and alongshore distances for the Florida Panhandle Gulf Coast. ................Escambia County. . . . . Pensacola Bay Entrance. . . . . . Okaloosa County. . . . . . Destin East Pass. . Walton CountyBay County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phillips Inlet. . . . . . . . .Panama City Shipping Channel (St. Andrews Inlet) St. Andrews Bay East Entrance. . . . Eloise Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mexico Beach InletGulf CountySt. Joseph Point Channel (Port St. Joe Channel) .................. Indian Pass. . . . Franklin County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Pass. . . . . Bob Sikes Cut. . . . . . . . . . . . East Pass. . . . . . . . . . . .Alligator Harbor Ochlockonee River Entrance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Appendix 4.DNR Range Monument Locations for the Florida East Coast. . . . . . . . .Nassau County Duval County St. Johns County Flagler County. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iii41 41 41 41 42 42 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 45 45 45 45 45 46 47 47 49 49 49 50 50 51 52 52 52 52 52 53 54 54 54 55 55 5657 58 59 60 61

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VolusiaCounty.. . . .Brevard County (1). . . . . . . . . . . .Brevard County (2). . . . .Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County. Palm Beach County Broward CountyDade County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Appendix 5. DNR Range Monument Locations for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast. . . . . .Pinellas County Manatee County Sarasota County Charlotte County Lee County (1) Lee County (2) Collier County (1) Collier County (2). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Appendix 6. DNR Range Monument Locations for the Florida Panhandle Gulf Coast. . . . .Escambia County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Okaloosa County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Walton CountyBay County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gulf County Franklin County (1) Franklin County (2). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .Appendix 7. Correspondence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 7172 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 8788

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OPEN-OCEAN WATER LEVEL DATUM PLANES FOR MONUMENTED COASTS OF FLORIDAbyJames H. Balsillie, P. G. No. 167 Coastal Engineering Geologist Florida Geological SurveyJeffrey G. Carlen, Captain (Ret.) NOAA, P. L. S. No. 4090 Certified Hydrographer, ACSM Assistant Professor and Coordinator Civil Engineering Technology Florida A & M University andThomas M. Watters, P. L. S. No. 4750 Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Beaches and Coastal SystemsINTRODUCTIONSwanson (1974) notes that tidal datum planes"...are planes of reference derived from the rise and fall of the oceanic tide". There are numerous tidal datum planes. Commonly used datums in the United States include the planes of mean higher high water (MHHW), mean high water (MHW), mean tide level (MTL), mean sea level (MSL), mean low water (MLW), and mean lower low water (MLLW). Each datum is defined for a specific purpose or to help describe some tidal phenomenon. For instance, MHW datums have been specified by cartographers in some states (e.g., Florida) as a boundary of property ownership. Low water datum planes have been used as a chart datum because it is a conservative measure of water depth and, hence, provides a factor of safety in navigation. High water tidal stages have historically been of importance because they identified when sailors should report for duty when "flood tide" conditions were favorable for ocean-going craft to leave port, safely navigate treacherous ebb tidal shoals, and put to sea. Not only do tidal datum specifications vary geographically based on local to regional conditions for purposes of boundary delineation, cartographic planes, design of coastal structures, and land use designations, etc., but they have changed historically. Moreover, given ongoing technological advancements (e.g., computerrelated capabilities including the advent of the personal computer), how we approach these data numerically becomes of concern. We do not want to mistreat our data by employing seemingly sophisticated numerical analyses, the results of which do not consider the limitations of natural systems. Common sense in these instances must prevail. Highly repetitive or convoluted numerical methods may actually introduce additional or unwanted error than a simple, more straightforward analytical approach. Some analytical methods produce significant error because they are simply not commutative (e.g., Balsillie and Moore, 1985). These concerns are of such importance that they have been treated in a separate work (Balsillie, 1998a). The primary purpose of this work is to provide a listing of elevations of commonly utilized tidal datums for each coastal location identified by surveyed DNR (Department of 1

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Natural Resources) Reference Monuments (now stamped with the DEP designation). In addition, certain topics are discussed that are necessary for understanding the development of the listed data.WA TER LEVEL DA TUM PLANESThe first recorded effort of geodetic leveling in the UnitedStates began in 1856-57. During ensuing years surveying control increased; as chronicled by Schomaker (1981) by the firstquarterof thiscentury:After the previous period of comparatively short intervals between adjustments, 17 years elapsed before the network was adjusted again. In the meantime, it had become more extensive and complex, and included many more sea-level connections. The General Adjustment of 1929 incorporated 75,159 km of leveling in the United States and, for the first time, 31,565 km of leveling in Canada. The U.S. and Canadian networks were connected by 24 ties between Calais, Me./Brunswick, New Brunswick; and Blaine, Wash.! Colebrook, British Columbia. A fixed elevation of zero was assigned to the points on mean sea level determined at the following 26 tide stations. Father Point, Quebec Halifax, Nova Scotia Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Portland, Me. Boston, Mass. Perth Amboy, N.J.IA tlantic City, N.J. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Old Point Comfort, Va. Norfolk, Va. Brunswick, Ga. St. Augustine, Fla. Cedar Keys, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Biloxi, Miss. Galveston, Tex. San Diego, Calif. San Pedro, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Fort Stevens, Ore. Seattle, Wash. Anacortes.Wash. Vancouver, British Columbia Prince Rupert, British ColumbiaFernandina, Fla.---------------IThere was no tide station at PerthAmboy, but the elevation of a bench mark at Perth Amboy was established by leveling from the tide station at Sandy Hook.The 1929 adjustment provided the basis for the definition of elevations throughout the national network as it existed in 1929, and the resulting datum is still used today. This elevation adjustment of 1929 was referred to as the "Sea Level Datum of 1929", although it commonly became known as the "Mean Sea Level". In coastal work, however, there are two applied standard Design Water Levels (DWLs). These are defined (Galvin, 1969) as: MeanWaterLevel (MWLJ the time-averaged water level in the presence of waves, and SuR Water Level (SWLJ the time-averaged water level that would exist if the waves are stopped but the astronomical tide and storm surge are maintained. These water levels (i.e., MWL and SWL) apply for any length of time over which a field study or experiment is conducted. Mean Sea Level and other tidal datums are determined as an average of measurements made over the 19year National Tidal Datum Epoch (i.e., the Metonic cycle; shorter series are appropriately named, e.g., Monthly Mean Sea Level, etc.). It was not until 1973 that the confusion over the Sea Level Datum or "Mean Sea Level" as it popularly came to be known and Mean Water Level was resolved by assigning the more appropriate name of "National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929" (NGVD) to replace "Sea Level Datum of 1929". NGVD of 1929 is additionally defined (Harris, 1981) as a fixed reference adopted as a standard geodetic datum for elevations determined by leveling. It does not take into account the changing stands of sea level. Because there are many variables affecting sea level, and because the geodetic datum represents a best fit over a broad area, the relationship between the geodetic datum and local mean sea level is not consistent from one location to another in either time or space. For this reason NGVD should not be confused with mean sea level, even though it has always been defined by a mean sea level (Schomaker, 1981). The various North American tidal datum 2

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planes are defined (e.g., Marmer, 1951; Swanson, 1974; U. S. Department of Commerce, 1976; Anonymous, 1978; Harris, 1981; Hicks, 1984) as follows: Mean Higher High Water (MHHW)the average of the higher high water heights of each tidal day observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch.Mean High Water (MHW)the average of all the high water heights observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch.Mean Sea Level (MSL)the arithmetic mean of hourly heights observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch. Shorter series are specified in the name; e.g., monthly mean sea level and yearly mean sea level. Mean Tide Level (MTL) a plane midwaybetween MeanHigh Water and Mean Low Water that may also be calculated as the arithmetic mean of Mean High Water and Mean Low Water. MTL and MSL planes approximate each other along the open coast (Swanson,1974, p. 4). Mean Low Water (MLW) -the averageof all the low water heights observed over the National TidalDatum Epoch. Mean Lower Low Water (MUW)the average of the lower low water heights of each tidal day observed over the National TidalDatum Epoch. National Tidal Datum Epochthe specific 19-year period adopted by the National Ocean Service as the official time segment over which tide observations are taken and reduced to obtain mean values for tidal datums. It is necessary for standardization because of periodic and apparent secular trends in sea level.Thepresent National Tidal DatumEpochis1960 through1978. It is reviewed annually for possible revision and must be actively considered for revision every 25 years.Thatmean astronomical tide elevations exhibit cyclic seasonal variability has long been established (Marmer, 1951; Swanson, 1974; Harris, 1981) and is included in tide predictions. Marmer (1951) notes that seasonal variation in terms of monthly mean sea level for the U. S. can be as much as one foot. Based on the many years of monthly data, researchers (Marmer, 1951; Harris, 1981) note slight variations in the seasonal cycle from year-to-year, but also recognize the periodicity in peaks and troughs over the years. For much of our coast, lower mean sea levels occur during the winter months and higher mean sea levels during the fall. Harris (1981) inspected the record to determine if storm and. hurricane occurrence was in any way responsible for the seasonal change, but found.....no systematic variability". Galvin (1988) reports that seasonal mean sea level changes are not completely understood, but suggests that there appears to be two primary causes for lower winter mean tide levels for the U. S. east coast: 1) strong northwest winter winds blow the water away from shore, and 2) water contracts as it cools. He notes that winds are more important in shallow water where tide gauges are located, but that contraction becomes important in deeper waters. Swanson (1974) also notes"...seasonal changes resulting from changes in direct barometric pressure, steric levels, river discharge, and wind affect the monthly variability." Shorter-term changes occur biweekly and monthly; longer-term changes occur in the relative levels of land and sea that are of eustatic or isostatic origins(e.g., Embleton, 1982).It isapparent, therefore, thatthere is natural variability associated with any average representation of tidal datums, which, for the want ofbetter terminology, we mightterm natural insensitivities associated with averages. It is important that we do not exacerbate these through improper manifestations of our own making when applying tidal datums as references (see Balsillie,1998a).DISCUSSION AND RESULTSTide gauges are usually located in water bodies connected to the oceans, such as estuaries and rivers, and may even be used to record seiches such as those occurring in the Great Lakes. Here, however, the concern is withopen ocean tides. Open oceantide gauges aredefinedas those gauges sited directly upon theopen ocean nearshore waters and subject to theinfluence of ocean processes, excluding thoseunder the influence of inlet hydrodynamics (Balsillie and others, 1987a, 1987b, 1987c). The latter constraint in the definition is included even though it is difficult to determine the extent of 3

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influence from inlet to inlet. In fact, inlets pose such a special condition that they have received special attention elsewhere (Balsillie, 1998a), and shall be discussed in a special section in this work. Open ocean tidal datum applications in Florida are problematic because there are a limited number of gauging stations to represent astronomical tidal phenomena. While it has been standard practice to linearly interpolate open ocean tidal datums between gauges, such an approach is not recommended should the gauges be spaced further apart than about 6.2 miles (10 kilometers; Balsillie and others, 1987a). Of the 33 currently available open ocean gauges in Florida (Table 1), only three pairs of stations meet this constraint. In fact, the average distance between Florida open ocean tide gauges is 27.4 miles (44.1 kilometers). Ostensibly, the 6.2-mile constraint is recommended since concurrently similar tidal stage datum elevations can vary significantly over segments of the coastline when this distance is exceeded. In addition, it was found that linear interpolation led to results that simply do not reflect the natural behavior of coastal processes. Hence, in 1987, a non-linear nth-order polynomial numerical methodology was introduced and utilized to quantitatively determine open ocean tidal datums for a significant portion of Florida's oceanfronting coasts (Balsillie and others, 1987a, 1987b, 1987c). Results of the methodology are plotted in Figures 1, 2, and 3. The general form of the nth order polynomial equation is given by:D = a+bX+cX'l+...+iXI(1 ) in which D is the predicted tidal datum, X is the alongshore distance measured from some origin (see Table 1), and a, b, c, d, etc., are statistically determined coefficients. Resulting equations, reassessed in 1992, are listed in Table 2. The numerical fitting procedure requires that where the prognosticating fit encounters measured data points, the vertical deviation is less than::!: 0.1 ft. (0.03 m) as required pursuant to professional surveying standards (3rd Order, Class II national surveying standard). The nth-order polynomial approach was selected following an investigation of a variety of numerical methodologies, and selected based upon identification of the relative simplicity, success, and parsimonious nature of the polynomial fitting procedure. Success of the fit is dependent on both the number of terms comprising the polynomial, and the number of specified decimal places lying to the right of the decimal point. Resulting correlation coefficients (closest to unity), and predicted values of elevations at gauges conforming to 3rd Order, Class II national survey standards, provide information for final selection of the desired outcome. Required support data production and analytical procedures are fully automated via computer programming. Interactive software developed by the author (Balsillie and others, 1987a) has been standarized for periodic reevalutation of the basic data as resurveyed and new tidal station elevations become available. It is of consequence to mention the more recent work of Cole (1997, p. 39) about linear interpolation between tide gauging stations. He states.. .Such an approach is not recommended where there are intervening inlets, where either existing tide station is near an inlet, where the coastline is irregular, or where the distancebetween the two stations is excessive.For the puposes of his work (estuarine interiors), Cole (1997) has adopted the use of nth order polynomials. An integral part of the methodology is accurate description of alongshore distances, since the numerical fitting procedure is dependent on distance. A reference shoreline was first determined by digitizing the alongshore shoreline trace from U. S. Geological Survey1 :24,000series quad sheets. Next, an origin for each of the coastal regions involved was selected from which distances are measured; the origins are described in Table 1. Linear segments from each Department of Natural Resources (DNR, or Department of Environmental Protection, DEP) reference monument were adjusted so that each segment normally intersected the reference shoreline, and coordinates of each intersection determined. Alongshore distances were then cumulatively assessed monument by monument. In cases where the shoreline trace abruptly shifts, such as in the vicinity of an inlet, cumulative distances of more consecutive monuments can, in certain cases, diminish. An example of the alongshore distance determiqation methodology is illustrated in Figure 4. 4

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5Table 1. Tidal Datums and Ranges for Open Coast Gauges of Coastal Rorida (Updated in 1992 after Balsillie and others, 1987a, 1987b, 1987c).OpenState Plane MHH I MHW MTL MLW MLLW Coast Coordinates WIMTRIStation NameI Gaug X eEasting NorthingI(Feet)(Miles)I. D.(Feet) (Feet) (Ft. NGVD) FLORIDA EAST COAST Fernandina Beach 0061 362649.81 2287406.62 3.52 3.11 0.25 -2.61 -5.72 5.831 Little Talbot Island 0194 372355.76 2216450.20 3.60 3.30 0.55 -2.19 -2.35 5.49 19.753 Jacksonville Beach 0291 377952.02 2163090.54 3.25 2.94 0.39 -2.17 -2.33 5.11 30.150 St. Augustine Beach 0587 417053.67 2008422.56 2.73 2.48 0.15 -2.17 -2.33 4.62 60.491 Daytona Beach 1020 498405.18 1779242.33 2.52 2.27 0.19 -1.88 -2.06 4.15 106.820 Daytona Beach Shores 1120 511704.59 1749549.40 2.44 2.06 0.07 -1.89 -2.06 3.98 112.990 Patrick Air Force Base 1727 628785.91 1421930.52 2.27 2.09 0.32 -1.45 -1.61 3.54 185.030 Eau Gallie Beach 1804 619782.34 1383121.82 2.25 2.07 0.33 -1.33 -1.49 3.40 191.810 Vero Beach 2105 707153.65 1213218.30 2.01 1.89 0.19 -1.51 -1.67 3.40 227.560 Lake Worth Pier 2670 815654.41 829171.49 1.93 1.87 0.47 -0.93 -1.10 2.80 304.910 Hillsboro Inlet 2862 800981.65 700015.89 1.79 1.73 0.43 -0.87 -1.03 2.60 329.700 Lauderdale-by-the-Sea 2899 797331.41 675151.18 1.99 1.93 0.63 -0.67 -0.83 2.60 334.580 North Miami Beach 3050 789219.52 581194.67 1.77 1.71 0.46 -0.79 -0.96 2.50 352.520 Miami Beach (City Pier) 3170 785773.29 522409.95 1.76 1.67 0.42 -0.84 -1.00 2.51 363.780 NOTE: X is the shoreline distance in miles south of the center line of St. Mary's EntranceChannel (northing=2317969.50 feet; easting=366516.31 feet). FLORIDA LOWER GULF COAST Bay Port 7151 291286.83 1527111.33 2.31 1.88 0.70 -0.48 -0.97 2.36 4.472 Howard Park 6904 241667.70 1389244.60 1.87 1.50 0.43 -0.64 -1.19 2.14 33.555 Clearwater 6724 231561.35 1325079.09 1.62 1.29 0.33 -0.64 -1.17 1.88 46.634 Indian Rocks Beach Pier 6623 224898.87 1 295432.55 1.50 1.13 0.25 -0.63 -1.15 1.76 52.650 St. Petersburg Beach 6430 261 046.14 1218243.36 1.52 1.16 0.42 -0.32 -0.83 1.48 69.560 Anna Maria 6243 268746.05 1150335.15 1.52 1.20 0.45 -0.29 -0.76 1.49 83.284 Venice Airport 5858 352475.83 995445.81 1.35 1.07 0.36 -0.35 -0.84 1.42 117.918 Captiva Island, South 5383 351707.10 779777.00 1.52 1.27 0.42 -0.42 -0.94 1.69 163.464 Naples 5110 563431.54 652958.84 1.81 1.55 0.50 -0.54 -1.17 2.09 205.226 Marco Island 4967 589299.92 572441.43 1.96 1.71 0.56 -0.59 -1.20 2.30 222.015 NOTES: 1. X is the shoreline distance in miles south of an arbitrary location in Hernando County, FL,with the following coordinates: northing=1551271.53 feet; easting=287952.53 feet). 2. State Plane Coordinates and distances are based on Zone 3 transformations where necessary.FLORIDANORTHWEST PANHANDLE COAST Dauphin Island 5180 871380.81 472269.39 0.87 0.82 0.26 -0.29 -0.34 1.11 -33.347 Gulf Shores 1269 999712.52 467866.88 1.20 1.13 0.50 -0.12 -0.18 1.25 -9.228 Navarre Beach 9678 1254261.65 508373.97 1.20 1.13 0.50 -0.14 -0.21 1.27 39.737 Panama City Beach 9189 1579274.67 434604.55 1.25 1.18 0.54 -0.09 -0.14 1.27 104.489 St. Andrews Park 9141 1610651.22 414248.96 1.16 1.06 0.47 -0.12 -0.23 1.18 111.489 Mexico Beach 8995 1706517.15 346061 .53 1.06 1.00 0.41 -0.17 -0.22 1.17 134.479 Cape San Bias 8942 1726862.58 244076.07 1.01 0.99 0.30 -0.38 -0.38 1.37 162.615 Alligator Point 8261 2035385.12 325491.24 1.73 1.49 0.53 -0.44 -1.02 1.93 232.302 Bald Point 8237 2050145.99 344903.70 2.09 1.76 0.62 -0.52 -0.98 2.28 238.633 NOTE: X is the shoreline distance in miles east of the Alabama/Florida borderwith the following coordinates: northing=478050.00 feet; easting=1047360.00 feet). GENERAL NOTES: 1. Source of information Bureau of Survey and Mapping, Division of State Lands, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, for the National Tidal Datum Epoch of 1960-1978. 2. MLLW=mean lower low water; MLW=mean low water; MTL=mean tide level, which along the open coast=MSL=mean sea level; MHW=mean high water; MHHW=mean higher high water; MTR=mean range of tide (I.e., MTR = MHW MLW).

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North South4 3.5-(:) 3> (!J 2.5 Z 2 +-' :::1.550 100 150 200 250 300 350Alongshore Distance (statute miles)400c:: 1 0~0.5>0 Q)W -0.5E-1:J co -1.5 (:) -2 -2.5 -3 0Figure 1. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic Vertical Datum for the Florida East Coast. Alongshore distance is measured from the center line of St. Mary's Entrance Channel proceeding south to Cape Florida. (Updated in 1992 after Balsillie and others, 1987a).North South43.5.-I(:) 3>(!J 2.5-,Z2E.. 1.5 c:: 1 0 :;::; 0.5> 0 Q) W -0.5E-1.3 -1.5, '(:) -2 -2.5 -3-500 50 100 150Alongshore Distance (statute miles)200Figure 2. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic Vertical Datum for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast. Alongshore distance is measured from north to south with the origin located at the north end of Pinellas County (i.e., north end of Honeymoon Island) and terminating to the south at Caxambas Pass. (Updated in 1992 after Balsillie and others, 1987b). 6!IIIII II.....iI .......... "-......!II! I III,,I'i.",--k-IVI... ,.I HWi---III Ii-IIVIO:>LI-,VILVV ;III WIII

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West413.5 iC31>0Q)W -0.5E-1.a -15ro.1C-2J -2.5I-3-500 50 100 150 200Alongshore Distance (statute miles)250Figure 3. Relationship between open coast tidal datums and National Geodetic Vertical Datum for the Northwest Panhandle Gulf Coast of Florida. Alongshore distance is measured from the Florida-Alabama border east to Ochlockonee River Entrance. (Updated in 1992 after Balsillie and others, 1987c). Table 2. Polynomial equations for Florida tidal datums for monumented coastlines (updated In 1992). 7FLORIDA EAST COASTMHHW=3.7144 0.017299 X + 6.5494x10.s x:9.0429x10-8 'IfMHW = 3.3755 0.017412 X + 7.3557x10.s x:1.0617x10.7 'If MTL = 0.48625 6.356x10-3 X + 3.67785x10.s x:5.3085x10-8 'If MLW = -2.403 + 0.0047 XMLLW = -2.502 + 0.00447XFLORIDA LOWER GULF COASTMHHW=2.4407 0.028582 X + 3.4555x10'" x2 2.4746x10-6 'If + 9.9434x10-9 1.5287x10'" >fMHW=1.9882 0.022928 X + 2.1101x10'" x:9. 1575x1 0.7 'If + 2.254x10-9 1.9328x10.12 >fMTL=0.82155 0.028296 X + 6.005x10'" x:5.5409x10-6 'If 2.308x10-8 3.5267x1O:11 >fMLW=-0.3451 0.033664 X + 9.9x10'" x:1.0166x1W 'If + 4.3907x1o-& 6.8602x1 0.11 >f MLLW=-0.81849 0.038294 X + 1.0896x1 0-3 x:1.0806x10.s 'If + 4.488x10-8 6.746x10.11 >fFLORIDA PANHANDLE GULF COASTMHHW=1.22832.4678x10-3 X 1.4348x10'" x:+ 2.4515x10-6 X" 1.6795x10-8 + 3.8231x10.11 >fMHW = 1.158 + 2.555x10-3 X 9.047x10.s x2 + 2.4991x10-6 'If 2.5849x10-8 + 3.004x10.11 >f MTL=0.5176 + 6.05x10'" X 9.209x10.s x:+ 2.513x1f 1.412x10'13MLW = -0.12284 1.3451x10-3 X 4.7182x10.s x2 + 2.8895x10-6 X" 3.7052x10-8 + 1.7531x1O'IO >f 2.8244x10'13)(' MLLW=-0.1688 + 5.419x1W X 8.254x1f + 4.781x10'14)('NOTE: X is the longshore distance in miles from the origin defined in Table 1.

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Results have been tabulated for coastal counties of Florida where coastal monumentation has sufficient systematic coverage to provide comprehensively detailed spatial distribution of results. The result is an accurate systematic description of 791.774 miles (1274.237 km) of the 1252.8 total miles (2016.1 km) of Florida's ocean fronting shorelines. Where DNR reference monuments have been installed, pursuant to s. 161.053, Florida Statutes (F. S.), they reside at approximate 1000-foot alongshore intervals no further than several hundred feet inland from the open-ocean fronting shoreline (Figure 5). Certain areas of Florida have been determined not to be subject to jurisdiction of s. 161.053, F. S. and, therefore, do not have systematic DNR coastal monumentation. These coastal reaches include the zero wave energy Big Bend coast, Monroe County including the mainland (Ten Thousand Islands, Sloughs Debouchure, and Capes of Sable) and the Florida Keys (Upper, Lower, and Distal Keys) (Balsillie and Clark, 1992), and federal property such as the northern 39.6 miles (63.6 km) of Brevard County occupied by the Kennedy Space Center and Kennedy Air Force Base. For this reason, tidal datums predictions are made for three separate Florida regions: Florida East Coast listed in Appendix 1, Florida Lower Gulf Coast listed in Appendix 2, and Panhandle Gulf Coast listed in Appendix 3.OceanctualShorelineReferenceShoreline~Tidal datums, tabulated in Appendices 1, 2 and 3 are listed by DNR reference monument. Normally, tidal datum change requires significant distances even for a change of 0.01 ft., and the listing could have been abbreviated. However, considerable effort was involved in determining alongshore distances, which are of use for other purposes. DNR monuments do require relocation because of coastal construction activities, eroded monuments, etc., but do not change in location by more than 500 feet in either alongshore direction which has little (essentially insignificant) to no effect on the veracity of the vertical tidal datum elevations. Also listed for the practitioner's convenience are intersecting latitudes of DNR monuments for north-south trending coastlines, or longitudes of east-west0DNR REFERENCEMONUMENT-~JHB/TBK FGS070694Figure 4. Illustration of methodology for determination of alongshore distances. Note that the position of the reference shoreline (segmented line) is displaced for illustrative purposes only... it is the actual coinciding trace of the shoreline (see text for discussion).coastlines. The locations of inlets and passes existing at the time of publication are also listed.Profile location maps are provided on a county-by-county basis (showing every tenth monument location) for the Florida East Coast in Appendix 4, for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast in Appendix 5, and for the Florida Panhandle Gulf Coast in Appendix 6. TIDAL DA TUMS APPLICA TIONSTidal datums provide the basic planes to which all coastal science and engineering applications are fundamentally related by required 8

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ALABAMANtGulfCoast Big Bend>~ ~~~~.(") PanhandleGulf of MexicoLower Gulf Coasta(") (\)9~Miles0 L 50 J TenThousand7Islands Sloughs /, Debouch ure Capes of_I SableFl,"""":,,'on.da ',F.i.'"Bay '.,:r u~;~'~ /'~pperDlstal--"",'') ..;.~Keys Keys Lower KeysJHB/TBO FGS0707"Figure 5. Map of Florida illustrating coastal reaches for the East Coast, Lower Gulf Coast, and Panhandle Gulf Coast where continuous monumentation exists for determination of tidal datums (after Balsillie and Clark, 1992). 9

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reference. Some common examples include beach, nearshore and coastal changes, design soffit and hydraulic force element elevations, erosion depth/scour calculations, boundary determinations (e.g., Balsillie, 1998b), etc. We shall not, here, detail how datums apply in such applications, since the subject has been discussed in detail in a separate work (Balsillie, 1998a). There is, however, one subject of immediate import regarding tidal datums use, to which we now turn.TRANSFORMA TION OF DATUMS TO SURF BASE MSLDepending on policy changes through past decades and the purpose of surveys, shoreline positions have been expressed relative to anyone of the tidal datums. For instance, on the U. S. west coast the type of tide is mixed and chart datum is MLW, while the tide for the U. S. east coast is semidiurnal and chart datum is MLLW. In Florida, except for old Spanish Land Grants, the boundary between upland private ownership and nearshore public lands is the line of approximate MHW. However, it has been clearly demonstrated that for coastal science and engineering purposes (Balsillie, 1998a) the proper datum is MSL as given by MTL to which any other datums should be transformed. The problem, therefore, becomes procedural as to how such transformation is to be accomplished. First, it is to be realized that the primary difference between NGVD and MSL (or MTL) is sea level rise. In an historical context, the effect of sea level rise on the current metonic period has, thus far, been insignificant from a surveying perspective. Its future effect, however, remains controversial. Fairbridge (1989) has suggested crescendo events, also supported by the field data of Tanner (1992, 1993). There are certain applications where temporal specifications of sea level rise are of potential consequence. Hence, from a data management and processing viewpoint, it becomes in certain cases necessary to start with NGVD and calculate the relative date-certain sea level rise component. The result, of course, becomes the date-certain MSL (or MTL). For the 1960-1978 National Tidal Datum Epoch, the following relationship assessed in British Imperial Units, determines the datecertain MSL: MSLo = NGVO+c (0-1969.5)(2)where MSLD is the date-certain value for MSL (or MTL) for the specified year D, c = 0.0060 for the Florida East Coast (Balsillie and others, 1987a), c = 0.0064 for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast (Balsillie and others, 1987b), and c = 0.0069 for the Florida Panhandle Gulf Coast (Balsillie and others, 1987c). Suppose, for example, that in 1920 a MLLW shoreline was surveyed at DNR reference monument R-100 in St. Johns County. It was determined that the 1920 MLLW shoreline was located 400 feet due east of R-100. For this case the question becomes: what is the corrected distance from the monument for the 1920 MSL (MTL) shoreline? Appendix 3 lists that for the 1960-1978 national tidal datumepoch MLLW=-2.27 ft. NGVD and MTL=MSL=0.25 ft. NGVD. The corrected distance,Xc' can be calculated by a general formula according to: Xc = Xl-[(EMTL) (EI)] tan a fs c(O 1969.5) + tan a fs(3)in which X' is the distance that requires correction, EMTL is the current MTL elevation, E' is the current value of the datum elevation for which the distance requires correction (i.e., in this case MLLW), c is the sea level change rate coefficient depending upon the coastal region involved as listed in the previous paragraph, D is the date in years and fractions of years for the survey requiring correction, and tan afs is the foreshore slope (see Table 3 for example countywide averages). Where from another source (Balsillie and others, 1987a) the foreshore slope, tan a,s' at R-100 in St. Johns County has an average value of 0.0466, equation (3) can be evaluated as follows: Xc = 400 [(0.25) (-2.27)] 0.04660.006 (1920 1969.5) + 0.0466 10

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Table3.Florida Foreshore Slope Statsitics by County and Survey. 11County Survey Type Survey Date n Average Standard Slope Deviation FLOmDA EAST COAST Nassau Control Line Feb 1974 81 0.0359 0.0235 Nassau Control Line Sep-Oct 1981 85 0.0474 0.0344 Duval Control Line Mar 1974 68 0.0199 0.0178 St. Johns Control Line Aug-Sep 1972 203 0.0523 0.0322 St. Johns Control Line Feb-May 1984 210 0.0339 0.0384 Flagler Control Line Jul-Aug 1972 99 0.1077 0.0273 Volusia Control Line Apr-Jun 1972 227 0.0348 0.0306 Brevard Control Line Sep-Nov 1972 217 0.0798 0.0413 Brevard Control Line Aug 1985-Mar 1986 219 0.0719 0.0347 Indian River Control Line Nov 1972 116 0.1163 0.0335 Indian River Control Line 1986 119 0.1201 0.0793 St. Lucie Control Line Jun 1972 115 0.1012 0.0358 St. Lucie Condition Jan-Feb 1983 36 0.0919 0.0248 Martin Control Line Oct-Nov 1971 115 0.0939 0.0378 Martin Control Line Jan-Feb 1976 96 0.0867 0.0287 Martin Control Line Feb-Apr 1982 104 0.0845 0.0301 Palm Beach Control Line Nov 1974-Jan 1975 226 0.1011 0.0347 Palm Beach Condition Aug 1978 24 0.1113 0.0334 Broward Control Line 1976-1976 127 0.1099 0.0423 Dade Condition Nov 1985-Feb 1986 28 0.1243 0.0328 Total n and Weighted Averages 2,515 0.0760 0.0359 FLOmDA LOWER GULF COAST PinellasControlLine Sep-Oct 1974 185 0.0747 0.0447 Manatee Control Line Aug 1974 67 0.1009 0.0419 ManateeControlLine Aug 1986 67 0.0942 0.0377 Sarasota Control Line Jun-Aug 1974 181 0.0983 0.0375 Sarasota Condition Apr 1985 62 0.1051 0.0469 Charlotte Control Line May197467 0.0757 0.0343 Charlotte Control Line Dec 1982 68 0.1127 0.0363 Lee Control Line Feb 1974 238 0.0843 0.0415 Lee Control Line May-Sep 1982 236 0.0980 0.0419 Collier Control Line Mar-Apr 1973 144 0.0796 0.0265 Collier Condition Sep 1984 40 0.0927 0.0277 Total n and Weighted Averages 1,355 0.0903 0.0389 FLOmDA NORTHWEST PANHANDLE COAST Franklin Control Line May-Jul 1973 147 0.0933 0.0349 Franklin Control Line Jun-Sep 1981 244 0.1155 0.0472 Franklin Condition Oct 1982 31 0.0769 0.0322 Gulf Control Line Jul-Sep 1973 161 0.1032 0.0540 Gulf Condition Jan 1983 45 0.0785 0.0327 Bay Control Line Feb 1971-Feb 1973 141 0.0707 0.0255 Walton Control Line Oct 1973 130 0.0991 0.0699 Walton Control Line May 1981 130 0.1060 0.0578 Okaloosa Control Line Nov-Dec 1973 49 0.0650 0.0406 Escambia Control Line Jan-Feb 1974 213 0.0988 0.0429 Total n and Weighted Averages 1,219 0.0970 0.0458 Grand Total n and Weighted Average 5,089 0.0848 0.0391 NOTES: n = number of profiles per survey; the reader is encouraged to seek site-specific values for slopes since they can vary in the vicinity of inlets, with changes in sediment grain size, etc. Sources of site-specific foreshore slope information include Balsillie and others (1987a, 1987b. 1987c) and Balsillie (in preparation).

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and Xc = 400-2.52+-0.297 where it is evident that sea level was 0.297 feet lower in 1920 than in 1969, and MTL is 2.52 feet above MLLW. Hence: Xc = 400 It 47.704 It = 352.296 It and in 1920 the MTL (or MSL) shoreline was 47.7 feet closer to the monument than the MLLW shoreline, or 352.3 feet (not 400 feet) due east of R-100.PEER REVIEW OF METHODOLOGYResults of this effort, published in three volumes depending upon the coast of Florida studied, were initially compiled in mid-1987. It was realized that, eventually, the methodology would have to be found acceptable by the only two authorized entities so empowered to render such a decision... National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service (NOAA/NOS) for the Federal Government, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Survey and Mapping for the State of Florida. However, since at the time one author (TMW) was employed by the Bureau of Survey and Mapping, and another (JGC) was employed by NOAAINOS, it was decided that it would also be prudent to seek outside independent reviews from prominent and respected surveying professionals having expertise with tidal datums. Persons selected were George M. Cole and Paul T. O'Hargan, who agreed to provide such review. The first review comments were provided by Paul O'Hargan (Appendix 7, Attachment 1) in August of 1987 who, in part, stated: ... I have nothing to add, but my compliments, to this concept. The approach is certainly superior to interpolation, which I have always advocated as only better than an on-site tide study which, of course, is most always a near impossibility along the opencoastline.George Cole forwardedhisreview comments in January of 1988 (Appendix 7, Attachment 2) which, in part, stated:We feel that this study represents a nice approach to the determination of datums on the outside coast for a number of reasons. First, this process represents a systematic review of each existing outside datum point against other such points. Therefore, it can detect bad data points. Secondly, we feel that the curve fitting approach is more statistically sound for determining datums (on the outside coast) than linear interpolation. Thirdly, this approach sets the stage for economy in future tidal gauging programs by getting a better handle on the pattern of datum changes.In February of 1988, we received the NOAAINOS (Jim Hubbard) review results (Appendix 7, Attachment 3) which found the fitted polynomialrelationships between tidaldatums...to be...a reasonableapproachforoutside topographic features and hydrographic conditions.INLETS AND ASSOCIA TED ASTRONOMICAL TIDESIt has been speculated that tidal inlets can significantly affect the character of open coast tide behavior. There are, however, insufficient alongshore data crossing inlets, both upcoast and downcoast, upon which to assess the effect of inlets (termed the "shadow effect"). In addition, flow characteristics vary from inlet to inlet and a multitude of such investigations would be required to investigate the alongshore influence of inlets. There are, however, some isolated open coast tide data near inlets or within inlet throats close to the shoreline. There are more data interior to inlets. Such information for 24 Florida tidal inlets and passes are plotted in Figure 6 from which some significantly 12

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0.4 0.20 -0.2 kI I T .i-------------. . . . t -.~ .. --. ... .. . . .. . .MHW..MTL..-..~~ -.~ ~ -t -.". .... ... ..-. -.-.-. -~-.. -. .,.,.MLW. . . ... ... .. . .! ...:--!._---------.'. .-------------, II~......:-0.4....-!-0.6IIIii: -0.8~-1.0..IIIc -1.21ii80.40 c 0.2!01/1!-0.2 i -0.4!III0.8ii: E 0.6 ~~0.4';j 0.2 C0 -0.2 -0.4 -0.62.0 1.0 1.5 Miles from Shoreline Figure 6. Departure of Florida inlet tide data and open coast tide data (measured data from DEP, Bureau of Survey and Mapping); see text for discussion. 00.5 2.00-f-~!'~-_~~E_~~.~!~!I-~~"-~~'~~~,, I I I I I I I , ,, "\'I I I I I , , I I , I .J' I t,' ',', I 1". I17-,,l -rr -, ,r T -t-,,;,..I I, I I II I.'I,IIf'; ,:/ !, I II I" II: I!J I ~, ;.':,II'IfIJ' .' I ~ IIII' I I .1 I I~--:-~-__~~--'h:---).-+: :\ ~'\I \\ ,~ I i\ I I ~ \ I.\ I.\ I .\ I I ,: '... \,.. I to ow' ~ I ~. '.,t I ,. ,\ ,I I I\, :. 'i I \ I ", ,--~ \. -\; --~ -\ -:..~ ~ --~~ -:I I" I, I , I I I I , I I I I , I I I 1 .. .. 0 0 .. I.. .. 0 0 0 0 I .. .. .. I. 0 0 .. .. .. I .. 0 .. 0 0 1 .. 0 .. ..I10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 70.00Time (Hours)--:1.00 ....... 't' /c 0.;:::.0.00 0 > Q) W 0 \.00-0 f=-2.00 0.00elucidating conclusions may be gleaned. The data of Figure 6 are displayed in terms of the measured inlet tide data minus the open coast tide data of Balsillie and others (1987a, 1987b, 1987c). In this way the acceptability of the data within the dashed lines (i.e., plus and minus 0.1 ft.) can be easily assessed. Data for MHHW and MLLW plot similar to MHW and MLW data with somewhat greater variability, and are not shown. The first conclusion to be drawn from Figure 6, is that the amplitude of the tide is attenuated by the inlet (i.e., MHW becomes lower in elevation and MLW gains elevation); this is illustrated in a different manner for two Florida inlets in Figure 7. Hence, if one were (as before) to use MHW as the reference plane for a synergistic application (e.g., storm impact, seasonal, or long-term beach changes). the amount of error introduced is potentially highly significant. It would, in addition, occur over a quite short segment of shoreline. For MHW, 39% of the data are acceptable (i.e., lie with :t O. 1 ft. of the open coast data) with 61 % of the data being unacceptable. For MLW 76% of the data are unacceptable. However, for MTL almost 70% of the data are acceptable. This shift in data acceptability for MTL is not aberrant. Rather, it is to be a moderating expectation since MTL is the plane lying halfway between MHW and MLW and should, therefore, much more closely approach open coast MTL values than any of the other extreme tidal datum planes. Therefore, depending on the application, the locally measured open coast MSL (MTL) datum plane or the open coast plane should be used for synergistic applications in the vicinity of inlets (which if used should be clearly specified). Hence, MTL (or the MSL surf base) is, once again, the proper datum plane to use for inlets. In fact, O'Brien (1931) intentionally included in his definitions for tidal characteristics (e.g., flow area, tidal prism) that 2.5 Figure 7. Open ocean and inside astronomical tides for Ft. Pierce and St. Lucie inlets. Rorida (from Anonymous. 1992). 13

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they be referenced specifically to MSL. In addition, inlet processes can affect open upand down-coast processes, termed the "shadow effect" of inlets. Ideally, the alongshore "shadow effect" of inlets on astronomical tides should be quantitatively assessed. Such work is, however, expensive and time consuming and is not expected to be forthcoming any time soon. It is also of significance to note that Cole (1997, p. 38) has found that nth order polynomial equations precisely determine tidal datums within estuaries. The order of the best fit polynomial for an estuary was found to be predictable based on the length of the estuary and the travel speed of the tidal wave within the estuary.SUMMARYSurveying, to a significant extent, is a matter of managing error, variability, and dispersion. The methodology and results presented herein provide a standardized approach that allows all disciplines utilizing such tidal datums to be "reading from the same hymn book". The primary problem with open-coast tidal datum determinations is the wide latitude in approaches that, while leading to an outcome, also commmonly lead to a result that can exceed the :t O. 1 ft. requirement using some other method. All too often, methods employed are from necessity, expeditious (in some cases even contrived) and, thereby, do not embody the most necessary ingredient of consistency. To one extent or another, misunderstanding about astronomical tide behavior occurs because practitioners do not fully understand and appreciate simultaneous synergistic hydraulic processes of quite different temporally operating natures (i.e., force elements such as waves) and the synergistic reponses that are caused due to co-resulting bathymetric alterations. The approach in this work strives to incorporate as many considerations as possible yielding a unified, consistent result.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSReview of this work by selected staff of the Florida Geological Survey is gratefully acknowledged, in particular those editorial contributions of Jacqueline M. Lloyd, Thomas M. Scott, Jon Arthur and Walter Schmidt. Review by the Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems is also acknowledged with special thanks to Ralph R. Clark for his interest in the subject and/or editorial comments. Special thanks are extended to George M. Cole and Paul T. O'Hargan for their review of the subject.REFERENCESAnonymous, 1978, Definitions of surveying and associated terms: Joint committee of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping and the American Society of Civil Engineers, 210 p. 1992, St. Lucie Inlet management plan: Applied Technology and Management, Inc., Gainesville, Florida. Balsillie, J. H., 1998a, Open-ocean water level datum planes: Use and misuse in coastal applications: Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication No. 43, p. 29-59. 1998b, Seasonal variation in sandy beach shoreline position and beach width: Florida Geological Survey, Special Publication No. 43, p. 1-29. in preparation, Update of Florida coastal foreshore slope data: Florida Geological Survey, Open File Report. Carlen, J. G., and Watters, T. M., 1987a, Transformation of historical shorelines to current NGVD position for the Florida East Coast: Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Shores Technical and Design Memorandum No. 87-1, 177 p. Carlen, J. G., and Watters, T. M., 1987b, Transformation of historical shorelines to current NGVD position for the Florida Lower Gulf Coast: Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Shores Technical and Design Memorandum No. 87-3, 141 p. 14

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-' Carlen, J. G., and Watters, T. M., 1987c, Transformation of historical shorelines to current NGVD position for the Florida Panhandle Gulf Coast: Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Shores Technical and Design Memorandum No. 87-4, 152 p. -' and Clark, R. R., 1992, The Gulf Coast of Florida: Overview of physiography, geology, and historical shoreline change: Florida Department of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches and Shores, 14 p. and Moore, B. D., 1985, A primer on the applications of beach and coast erosion to Florida coastal engineering and regulation: Beaches and Shores Technical and Design Memorandum No. 85-3, 37 p. Cole, G. M., 1997, Water boundaries, New York, Wiley and Sons, Inc., 193 p. Embleton, C., 1982, Mean sea level: [In] M. L. Schwartz, ed., The Encyclopedia of Beaches and Coastal Environments" Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Hutchinson Ross, p. 541-542. Fairbridge, R. W., 1989, Crescendo events in sea-level changes: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 5, no. 1, p. i-vi. Galvin, C. J., Jr., 1969, Breaker travel and choice of design wave height: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, American Society of Civil Engineers., v. 95, no. WW2, p. 175-200. 1988, The annual tide in Chesapeake Bay: Coastal Engineer Notes, p. 3-4. Harris, D. L., 1981, Tides and tidal datums in the United States: U. S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, Special Report No.7. Hicks, S. D., 1984, Tide and current glossary: U. S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, 28 p. Marmer, H. A., 1951, Tidal datum planes: U. S. Department of Commerce, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Special Publication No. 135,142 p. O'Brien, M. P., 1931, Estuary tidal prisms related to entrance areas: Civil Engineer, v. 1, no. 8, p. 738-739. Schomaker, M. C., 1981, Geodetic leveling: U. S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey, NOAA Manual NOS NGS 3. Swanson, R. L., 1974, Variability of tidal datums and accuracy in determining datum fromshortseriesof observations: U. S.Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and AtmosphericAdministration, National Ocean Survey, NOAA Technical Report NOS 64, 41 p. Tanner, W. F., 1992, 3000 years of sea level change: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, v. 73, no. 3, p. 297-303. 1993, An 8000-year record of sealevel change from grain-size parameters: data from beach ridges in Denmark: The Holocene, v. 2, p. 258-263. U. S. Department of Commerce, 1976, Manual of tide observations: Coast and Geodetic Survey Publication 30-1, 72 p. 15

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Appendix 1. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, and alongshore distances for the Rorida East Coast (updated after Balsillie and others, 1987a) Note: Centered headers indicate the County; left-justified, italicized names indicate location of inlets. 16

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude= LoMHH\ MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NassauCountyNassauCounty St. Mmy's Entrance Channel R-060 3033 56.7167 La 3.55 3.21 .43 -2.36 -2.46 9.957 R-011 30 41 44.4178 La 3.70 3.36 .48 -2.40 -2.50 .943 R-061 30 33 47.4816 La 3.55 3.21 .43 -2.36 -2.46 10.134 R-012 30 41 35.3531 La 3.70 3.36 .48 -2.40 -2.50 1.118 R-062 30 33 37.2038 La 3.54 3.20 .42 -2.35 -2.46 10.368 R-013 30 41 23.9932 La 3.69 3.35 .48 -2.40 -2.50 1.335 R-063 30 33 27.9326 La 3.54 3.20 .42 -2.35 -2.46 10.505 R-014 30 41 14.3399 La 3.69 3.35 .48 -2.40 -2.50 1.519 R-064 30 33 18.5506 La 3.54 3.20 .42 -2.35 -2.45 10.684 R-015 30 41 4.0923 La 3.68 3.35 .48 -2.39 -2.49 1.717 R-065 30 33 9.3350 La 3.53 3.19 .42 -2.35 -2.45 10.862 R-016 30 40 53.0938 La 3.68 3.34 .47 -2.39 -2.49 1.923 R-066 30 33 0.3914 La 3.53 3.19 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.035 R-017 30 40 44.5189 La 3.68 3.34 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.091 R-067 30 32 51.1420 La 3.53 3.19 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.211 R-018 30 40 34.9707 La 3.68 3.34 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.276 R-068 30 32 41.7004 La 3.53 3.19 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.392 R-019 30 40 27.0481 La 3.67 3.33 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.428 R-069 30 32 31.6069 La 3.52 3.18 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.589 R-020 30 40 17.5316 La 3.67 3.33 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.612 R-070 30 32 22.1514 La 3.52 3.18 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.773 R-021 30 40 8.7236 La 3.67 3.33 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.780 R-071 30 32 12.0951 La 3.52 3.18 .42 -2.35 -2.45 11.965 R-022 30 39 58.5509 La 3.66 3.32 .47 -2.39 -2.49 2.978 R-072 30 32 3.6993 La 3.51 3.17 .41 -2.35 -2.45 12.135 R-023 30 39 48.3209 La 3.66 3.32 .47 -2.39 -2.49 3.179 R-073 30 31 54.0387 La 3.51 3.17 .41 -2.35 -2.45 12.322 R-024 30 39 39.9075 La 3.66 3.32 .47 -2.39 -2.49 3.338 R-074 3031 44.1627 La 3.51 3.17 .41 -2.34 -2.45 12.521 R-025 30 39 30.5890 La 3.65 3.32 .46 -2.39 -2.49 3.518 R-075 30 31 34.9875 La 3.51 3.17 .41 -2.34 -2.45 12.680 R-026 3039 21.8456 La 3.65 3.31 .46 -2.39 -2.49 3.689 R-076 30 31 27.9625 La 3.50 3.16 .41 -2.34 -2.44 12.819 R-027 30 39 13.4040 La 3.65 3.31 .46 -2.38 -2.48 3.851 R-077 30 31 17.6538 La 3.50 3.16 .41 -2.34 -2.44 13.005 R-028 30 39 2.6187 La 3.65 3.31 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.060 R-078 30 31 8.7669 La 3.50 3.16 .41 -2.34 -2.44 13.118 R-029 30 38 53.3427 La 3.64 3.30 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.243 R-079 30 31 0.1777 La 3.50 3.16 .41 -2.34 -2.44 13.230 R-030 30 38 43.5889 La 3.64 3.30 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.435 Nassau Sound Entrance Channel.....R-031 30 38 33.6021 La 3.64 3.30 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.623DuvaLCounty R-032 30 38 24.9291 La 3.63 3.29 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.792 R-001 30 28 57.9254 La 3.46 3.12 .39 -2.33 -2.43 15.910 R-033 30 38 14.8926 La 3.63 3.29 .46 -2.38 -2.48 4.993 R-002 3028 54.7153 La 3.45 3.11 .39 -2.33 -2.43 16.036 R-034 30 38 5.1849 La 3.63 3.29 .45 -2.38 -2.48 5.182 R-003 30 28 49.1016 La 3.45 3.11 .39 -2.33 -2.43 16.183 R-035 30 37 55.2171 La 3.62 3.28 .45 -2.38 -2.48 5.374 R-004 30 28 40.9609 La 3.45 3.11 .39 -2.33 -2.43 16.352 R-036 30 37 46.9927 La 3.62 3.28 .45 -2.38 -2.48 5.536 R-005 30 28 30.4292 La 3.45 3.11 .39 -2.33 -2.43 16.552 R-037 3037 37.2611 La 3.62 3.28 .45 -2.38 -2.48 5.725 R-006 30 28 22.3197 La 3.44 3.10 .39 -2.32 -2.43 16.738 R-038 30 37 27.2114 La 3.61 3.27 .45 -2.38 -2.48 5.926 R-007 30 28 12.5238 La 3.44 3.10 .39 -2.32 -2.43 16.921 R-039 30 37 16.8118 La 3.61 3.27 .45 -2.37 -2.47 6.128 R-008 30 28 2.8947 La 3.44 3.10 .39 -2.32 -2.43 17.111 R-040 30 37 6.8289 La 3.61 3.27 .45 -2.37 -2.47 6.310 R-009 30 27 52.8413 La 3.43 3.10 .39 -2.32 -2.42 17.302 R-041 30 36 59.5599 La 3.61 3.27 .45 -2.37 -2.47 6.461 R-010 302742.7243 La 3.43 3.09 .39 -2.32 -2.42 17.496 R-042 30 36 48.1940 La 3.60 3.26 .45 -2.37 -2.47 6.683 R-011 30 27 32.6113 La 3.43 3.09 .39 -2.32 -2.42 17.691 R-043 30 36 39.0575 La 3.60 3.26 .44 -2.37 -2.47 6.848 R-012 302721.8968 La 3.43 3.09 .38 -2.32 -2.42 17.895 R-044 3036 31.3768 La 3.60 3.26 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.004 R-013 3027 11.5395 La 3.42 3.08 .38 -2.32 -2.42 18.092 R-045 3036 21.4677 La 3.59 3.25 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.188 R-014 30 27 2.0578 La 3.42 3.08 .38 -2.32 -2.42 18.272 R-046 3036 11.3535 La 3.59 3.25 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.380 R-015 30 26 53.1384 La 3.42 3.08 .38 -2.32 -2.42 18.443 R-047 30 36 2.0180 La 3.59 3.25 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.564 R-016 30 26 41.9743 La 3.41 3.08 .38 -2.32 -2.42 18.658 R-048 30 35 52.6724 La 3.58 3.25 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.740 R-017 30 26 33.3235 La 3.41 3.07 .38 -2.31 -2.42 18.819 R-049 30 35 42.4486 La 3.58 3.24 .44 -2.37 -2.47 7.935 R-018 30 26 23.7871 La 3.41 3.07 .38 -2.31 -2.42 19.005 R-050 30 35 33.7555 La 3.58 3.24 .44 -2.36 -2.47 8.103 R-019 302615.1435 La 3.41 3.07 .38 -2.31 -2.42 19.170 R-051 30 35 24.3453 La 3.58 3.24 .44 -2.36 -2.46 8.282 R-020 30 26 5 .9075 La 3.40 3.07 .38 -2.31 -2.42 19.353 R-052 30 35 14.1918 La 3.57 3.23 .43 -2.36 -2.46 8.478 R-021 30 25 55.5995 La 3.40 3.06 .38 -2.31 -2.41 19. 542 R-053 30 35 5.9421 La 3.57 3.23 .43 -2.36 -2.46 8.632 R-022 30 25 47.5124 La 3.40 3.06 .37 -2.31 -2.41 19.712 R-054 30 34 56.9846 La 3.57 3.23 .43 -2.36 -2.46 8.803 R-023 30 25 42.4041 La 3.40 3.06 .37 -2.31 -2.41 19.811 R-055 303447.7047 La 3.56 3.22 .43 -2.36 -2.46 8.981 R-024 3025 35.1254 La 3.39 3.06 .37 -2.31 -2.41 19.947 R-056 30 34 36.0788 La 3.56 3.22 .43 -2.36 -2.46 9.203 R-025 30 25 27.6054 La 3.39 3.05 .37 -2.31 -2.41 20.076 R-057 30 34 26.0646 La 3.56 3.22 .43 -2.36 -2.46 9.395 Ft. George Inlet R-058 30 34 16.3579 La 3.55 3.22 .43 -2.36 -2.46 9.581 R-026 30 24 54.4547 La 3.38 3.05 .37 -2.31 -2.41 20.722 R-059 30 34 6.8466 La 3.55 3.21 .43 -2.36 -2.46 9.763 R-027 30 24 45.5246 La 3.38 3.04 .37 -2.30 -2.41 20.876

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======================================================================= =======================================================================DNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = Lo MHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roD Monu Latitude= LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) =======================================================================---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DuvaL County DuvaL County R-028 30 24 36.6417 La 3.38 3.04 .37 -2.30 -2.41 21.055 R-077 30 15 38.8435 La 3.23 2.89 .32 -2.25 -2.36 31.720 R-029 3024 21.6186 La 3.37 3.04 .37 -2.30 -2.41 21.355 R-078 30 15 30.5727 La 3.23 2.89 .32 -2.25 -2.36 31.880 R-030 30 24 16.7675 La 3.37 3.03 .37 -2.30 -2.41 21.473 R-079 30 15 20.7091 La 3.22 2.89 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.072 St. John's Inlet R-080 30 15 9.6864 La 3.22 2.89 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.287 R-031 30 22 53.3481 La 3.35 3.01 .36 -2.29 -2.40 23 341 St. Johns County R-032 30 22 43.4513 La 3.34 3.01 .36 -2.29 -2.40 23.535 R-001 30 15 9.6834 La 3.22 2.89 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.287 R-033 30 22 34.2825 la 3.34 3.00 .36 -2.29 -2.40 23.708 R-002 30 14 59.7789 la 3.22 2.88 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.482 R-034 30 22 24.8468 la 3.34 3.00 .35 -2.29 -2.40 23.885 R-003 30 14 50.1197 la 3.22 2.88 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.671 R-035 30 22 14.1855 la 3.33 3.00 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.089 R-004 30 14 40.7350 la 3.21 2.88 .32 -2.25 -2.36 32.855 R-036 30 22 5.1400 la 3.33 2.99 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.262 T-005 30 14 30.8748 La 3.21 2.88 .31 -2.25 -2.35 33.049 R-037 30 21 57.6964 la 3.33 2.99 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.405 R-006 30 14 21.1351 la 3.21 2.87 .31 -2.25 -2.35 33.240 R-038 30 21 45.1072 la 3.33 2.99 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.645 R-007 30 14 11.2833 la 3.21 2.87 .31 -2.25 -2.35 33.433 R-039 30 21 36.7288 la 3.32 2.99 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.803 R-008 30 14 1.5205 La 3.20 2.87 .31 -2.24 -2.35 33.625 R-040 30 21 27.0816 la 3.32 2.98 .35 -2.29 -2.39 24.987 R-009 30 13 51.5927 la 3.20 2.87 .31 -2.24 -2.35 33.820 R-041 30 21 18.3099 la 3.32 2.98 .35 -2.28 -2.39 25.156 R-010 3013 41.2079 la 3.20 2.86 .31 -2.24 -2.35 34.024 R-042 30 21 7.9787 la 3.32 2.98 .35 -2.28 -2.39 25.354 R-011 30 13 31.1452 La 3.20 2.86 .31 -2.24 -2.35 34.222 R-043 30 20 59.9036 La 3.31 2.98 .35 -2.28 -2.39 25.509 R-012 30 13 20.5754 La 3.19 2.86 .31 -2.24 -2.35 34.430 R-044 30 20 50.3847 la 3.31 2.97 .35 -2.28 -2.39 25.690 R-013 30 13 10.3350 la 3.19 2.86 .31 -2.24 -2.35 34.633 R-045 30 20 41.2610 La 3.31 2.97 .35 -2.28 -2.39 25.867 R-014 30 12 59.6103 La 3.19 2.85 .31 -2.24 -2.35 34.844 R-046 30 2031.7096 la 3.31 2.97 .34 -2.28 -2.39 26.050 R-015 30 12 49.1924 La 3.18 2.85 .31 -2.24 -2.35 35.050 R-047 30 20 21.9791 La 3.30 2.97 .34 -2.28 -2.38 26.238 R-016 30 12 39.0963 la 3.18 2.85 .31 -2.24 -2.34 35.248 00 R-048 30 20 11.8781 la 3.30 2.96 .34 -2.28 -2.38 26.432 R-017 30 12 29.2252 la 3.18 2.85 .30 -2.24 -2.34 35.444 R-049 30 20 2.7430 La 3.30 2.96 .34 -2.28 -2.38 26.608 R-018 30 12 19.4539 La 3.18 2.84 .30 -2.24 -2.34 35.638 R-050 30 19 53.6480 la 3.30 2.96 .34 -2.28 -2.38 26.782 R-019 30 12 9.6174 la 3.17 2.84 .30 -2.23 -2.34 35.833 R-051 30 19 44.3460 la 3.29 2.96 .34 -2.28 -2.38 26.961 R-020 30 11 59.7535 la 3.17 2.84 .30 -2.23 -2.34 36.026 R-052 30 19 33.9108 La 3.29 2.95 .34 -2.28 -2.38 27.161 R-021 30 11 49.7562 la 3.17 2.84 .30 -2.23 -2.34 36.223 R-053 30 1924.7027 la 3.29 2.95 .34 -2.27 -2.38 27.338 R-022 30 11 39.8260 la 3.17 2.83 .30 -2.23 -2.34 36.416 R-054 30 19 15.6687 la 3.29 2.95 .34 -2.27 -2.38 27.511 R-023 30 11 29.7639 La 3.16 2.83 .30 -2.23 -2.34 36.611 R-055 30 19 6.3893 La 3.28 2.95 .34 -2.27 -2.38 27.689 R-024 30 11 20.0893 La 3.16 2.83 .30 -2.23 -2.34 36.805 R-056 30 18 57.1552 La 3.28 2.95 .34 -2.27 -2.38 27.865 R-025 30 11 10.0053 La 3.16 2.83 .30 -2.23 -2.34 37.003 R-057 30 18 48.6595 La 3.28 2.94 .34 -2.27 -2.38 28.031 R-026 30 11 0.1377 La 3.16 2.82 .30 -2.23 -2.34 37.198 R-058 30 18 38.9102 La 3.28 2.94 .33 -2.27 -2.38 28.221 R-027 30 10 50.3150 La 3.15 2.82 .30 -2.23 -2.33 37.392 R-059 30 18 29.6470 La 3.27 2.94 .33 -2.27 -2.38 28.397 R-028 30 10 40.0176 La 3.15 2.82 .30 -2.23 -2.33 37.592 R-060 30 18 20.6913 La 3.27 2.94 .33 -2.27 -2.37 28.568 R-029 30 10 30.3862 La 3.15 2.82 .30 -2.23 -2.33 37.782 R-061 30 18 10.2676 La 3.27 2.93 .33 -2.27 -2.37 28.774 R-030 30 10 20.2306 La 3.15 2.81 .29 -2.22 -2.33 37.979 R-062 30 18 1 .7789 La 3.27 2.93 .33 -2.27 -2.37 28.939 R-031 30 10 10.2837 La 3.14 2.81 .29 -2.22 -2.33 38.176 R-063 30 17 51.8259 la 3.26 2.93 .33 -2.27 -2.37 29. 131 U-032 30 10 0.0694 la 3.14 2.81 .29 -2.22 -2.33 38.377 R-064 30 17 43.0398 La 3.26 2.93 .33 -2.27 -2.37 29.301 T-033 30 9 50.1957 la 3.14 2.81 .29 -2.22 -2.33 38. 571 R-065 30 17 33.5035 la 3.26 2.92 .33 -2.26 -2.37 29.487 R-034 30 9 40.0985 la 3.14 2.80 .29 -2.22 -2.33 38.767 R-066 30 17 23.5443 la 3.26 2.92 .33 -2.26 -2.37 29.674 T-035 30 9 30.5591 la 3.13 2.80 .29 -2.22 -2.33 38.954 R-067 30 17 14.3106 la 3.25 2.92 .33 -2.26 -2.37 29.859 R-036 30 9 20.2992 la 3.13 2.80 .29 -2.22 -2.33 39.155 R-068 30 17 4.7117 La 3.25 2.92 .33 -2.26 -2.37 30.043 R-037 30 9 10.0651 La 3.13 2.80 .29 -2.22 -2.33 39.356 R-069 30 16 54.6179 la 3.25 2.91 .33 -2.26 -2.37 30.241 R-038 30 8 59.9650 La 3.13 2.80 .29 -2.22 -2.33 39.553 R-070 30 16 44.6415 la 3.25 2.91 .33 -2.26 -2.37 30.435 R-039 30 8 49.7244 La 3.12 2.79 .29 -2.22 -2.32 39.754 R-071 30 16 35.5023 la 3.24 2.91 .32 -2.26 -2.37 30.609 T-040 30 8 39.7237 la 3.12 2.79 .29 -2.22 -2.32 39.950 R-072 30 16 26.2369 la 3.24 2.91 .32 -2.26 -2.36 30.794 T-041 30 8 29.4769 la 3.12 2.79 .29 -2.21 -2.32 40.150 R-073 30 16 16.3275 La 3.24 2.90 .32 -2.26 -2.36 30.985 R-042 30 8 19.3484 La 3.12 2.79 .29 -2.21 -2.32 40.347 R-074 30 16 7.7380 La 3.24 2.90 .32 -2.26 -2.36 31 .155 R-043 30 8 9. 1268 La 3.11 2.78 .29 -2.21 -2.32 40.547 R-075 30 15 58.0541 la 3.23 2.90 .32 -2.26 -2.36 31.344 R-044 30 7 59.0627 la 3.11 2.78 .28 -2.21 -2.32 40.744 R-076 30 15 48.1227 la 3.23 2.90 .32 -2.25 -2.36 31.539 R-045 30 7 49.0341 la 3.11 2.78 .28 -2.21 -2.32 40.940 R-046 30 7 39.0430 La 3.11 2.78 .28 -2.21 -2.32 41 .135

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = Lo MHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = LaNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------St. Johns County St. Johns County T-047 30 7 29.1133 La 3.10 2.77 .28 -2.21 -2.32 41.330 R-098 29 58 52.8716 La 2.99 2.66 .25 -2.16 -2.27 51.421 T-048 30 7 19.1711 La 3.10 2.77 .28 -2.21 -2.32 41.524 R-099 29 58 42.8163 La 2.98 2.66 .25 -2.16 -2.27 51 .618 R-049 30 7 9.1762 La 3.10 2.77 .28 -2.21 -2.32 41.720 R-100 29 58 32.7766 La 2.98 2.66 .25 -2.16 -2.27 51.815 R-050 30 6 59.0762 La 3.10 2.77 .28 -2.21 -2.31 41.918 R-101 29 58 22.6592 La 2.98 2.65 .25 -2.16 -2.27 52.012 U-051 30 6 49.1244 La 3.10 2.76 .28 -2.21 -2.31 42.111 R-102 29 58 13.1512 La 2.98 2.65 .25 -2.16 -2.27 52.200 R-052 30 6 38.4714 La 3.09 2.76 .28 -2.20 -2.31 42.319 R-103 29 58 3.5056 La 2.97 2.65 .25 -2.16 -2.27 52.389 R-053 30 6 28.7605 La 3.09 2.76 .28 -2.20 -2.31 42.508 T-104 29 57 53.9943 La 2.97 2.65 .25 -2.16 -2.27 52.577 R-054 30 6 18.6613 La 3.09 2.76 .28 -2.20 -2.31 42.707 R-105 29 57 44.4411 La 2.97 2.65 .25 -2.16 -2.27 52.763 R-055 30 6 8.6231 La 3.09 2.76 .28 -2.20 -2.31 42.902 R-106 29 57 35.1325 La 2.97 2.64 .24 -2.15 -2.27 52.949 R-056 30 5 58.5947 La 3.08 2.75 .28 -2.20 -2.31 43.099 R-107 29 57 24.5054 La 2.97 2.64 .24 -2.15 -2.26 53.158 T-057 30 5 47.6215 La 3.08 2.75 .28 -2.20 -2.31 43.313 R-108 29 57 14.3086 La 2.96 2.64 .24 -2.15 -2.26 53.362 R-058 30 5 38.0663 La 3.08 2.75 .27 -2.20 -2.31 43.500 R-109 29 57 4.4265 La 2.96 2.64 .24 -2.15 -2.26 53.556 R-059 30 5 27.8682 La 3.08 2.75 .27 -2.20 -2.31 43.700 T-110 29 56 53.8256 La 2.96 2.64 .24 -2.15 -2.26 53.766 R-060 30 5 17.5129 La 3.07 2.74 .27 -2.20 -2.31 43.902 R-111 29 56 43.7628 La 2.96 2.63 .24 -2.15 -2.26 53.968 T-061 30 5 7.2105 La 3.07 2.74 .27 -2.20 -2.30 44.104 T-112 29 56 33.9210 La 2.96 2.63 .24 -2.15 -2.26 54.165 R-062 30 4 57.1010 La 3.07 2.74 .27 -2.19 -2.30 44.302 R-113 29 56 24.3243 La 2.95 2.63 .24 -2.15 -2.26 54.356 R-063 30 4 46.7441 La 3.07 2.74 .27 -2.19 -2.30 44.505 T-114 29 56 15.1108 La 2.95 2.63 .24 -2.15 -2.26 54.540 R-064 30 4 36.5384 La 3.06 2.73 .27 -2.19 -2.30 44.702 R-115 29 56 4.4781 La 2.95 2.63 .24 -2.15 -2.26 54.749 R-065 30 4 26.0389 La 3.06 2.73 .27 -2.19 -2.30 44.908 R-116 29 55 54.4330 La 2.95 2.62 .24 -2.14 -2.26 54.950 R-066 30 4 15.8761 La 3.06 2.73 .27 -2.19 -2.30 45 107 R-117 29 55 43.9754 La 2.94 2.62 .24 -2.14 -2.26 55.163 R-067 30 4 5.5298 La 3.06 2.73 .27 -2.19 -2.30 45.308 R-118 29 55 33.8868 La 2.94 2.62 .24 -2.14 -2.25 55.369 CD R-068 30 3 55.3768 La 3.05 2.73 .27 -2.19 -2.30 45.507 R-119 29 55 23.7753 La 2.94 2.62 .24 -2.14 -2.25 55.580 R-069 30 3 45.2779 La 3.05 2.72 .27 -2.19 -2.30 45.704 R-120 29 55 13.6222 La 2.94 2.61 .24 -2.14 -2.25 55.791 T-070 30 3 34.2057 La 3.05 2.72 .27 -2.19 -2.30 45.918 R-121 29 55 3.7053 La 2.94 2.61 .24 -2.14 -2.25 55.996 R-071 30 3 25.1377 La 3.05 2.72 .27 -2.19 -2.30 46.095 R-122 29 54 53.3110 La 2.93 2.61 .24 -2.14 -2.25 56.205 R-072 30 3 15.1478 La 3.05 2.72 .27 -2.19 -2.30 46.289 St. Augustine Inlet R-073 30 3 4.9101 La 3.04 2.71 .26 -2.18 -2.29 46.489 R-123 29 54 21.2163 La 2.93 2.61 .23 -2.14 -2.25 56.670 R-074 30 2 54.6991 La 3.04 2.71 .26 -2.18 -2.29 46.686 T-124 29 54 16.6585 La 2.92 2.60 .23 -2.14 -2.25 56.998 R-075 30 2 44.5535 La 3.04 2.71 .26 -2.18 -2.29 46.884 T-125 29 54 8.0241 La 2.92 2.60 .23 -2.13 -2.25 57.154 R-076 30 2 34.3769 La 3.04 2.71 .26 -2.18 -2.29 47.082 T-126 29 53 59.4235 La 2.92 2.60 .23 -2.13 -2.25 57.460 R-077 30 2 24.0521 La 3.03 2.71 .26 -2.18 -2.29 47.283 R-127 29 53 46.9513 La 2.92 2.60 .23 -2.13 -2.24 57.704 T-078 30 2 13.7230 La 3.03 2.70 .26 -2.18 -2.29 47.484 T-128 29 53 40.0035 La 2.92 2.59 .23 -2.13 -2.24 57.860 R-079 30 2 2.9780 La 3.03 2.70 .26 -2.18 -2.29 47.695 T-129 29 53 29.4634 La 2.91 2.59 .23 -2.13 -2.24 58.065 R-080 30 1 53.1051 La 3.03 2.70 .26 -2.18 -2.29 47.889 T-130 29 53 19.2103 La 2.91 2.59 .23 -2.13 -2.24 58.267 R-081 30 1 42.3681 La 3.02 2.70 .26 -2.18 -2.29 48.099 R-131 29 53 8.0807 La 2.91 2.59 .23 -2.13 -2.24 58.460 R-082 30 1 32.4928 La 3.02 2.69 .26 -2.18 -2.29 48.291 T-132 29 52 59.0095 La 2.91 2.59 .23 -2.13 -2.24 58.664 R-083 30 1 22.1394 La 3.02 2.69 .26 -2.18 -2.29 48.494 R-133 29 52 49.0468 La 2.90 2.58 .23 -2.13 -2.24 58.851 R-084 30 1 11.6417 La 3.02 2.69 .26 -2.17 -2.28 48.701 R-134 29 52 40.0664 La 2.90 2.58 .23 -2.13 -2.24 59.031 R-085 30 1 1.5610 La 3.01 2.69 .26 -2.17 -2.28 48.899 R-135 29 52 30.4694 La 2.90 2.58 .23 -2.12 -2.24 59.218 R-086 30 0 51.8141 La 3.01 2.69 .26 -2.17 -2.28 49.091 R-136 29 52 20.5099 La 2.90 2.58 .23 -2.12 -2.24 59.413 R-087 30 0 41.5399 La 3.01 2.68 .26 -2.17 -2.28 49.292 R-137 29 52 11.4521 La 2.90 2.58 .23 -2.12 -2.24 59.624 R-088 30 031.4422 La 3.01 2.68 .26 -2.17 -2.28 49.490 T-138 29 52 0.8152 La 2.89 2.57 .23 -2.12 -2.23 59.833 R-089 30 0 22.1761 La 3.01 2.68 .25 -2.17 -2.28 49.672 R-139 29 51 52.0317 La 2.89 2.57 .23 -2.12 -2.23 60.007 R-090 30 0 12.2780 La 3.00 2.68 .25 -2.17 -2.28 49.866 T-140 29 51 43.6395 La 2.89 2.57 .23 -2.12 -2.23 60.174 R-091 30 0 2.1002 La 3.00 2.67 .25 -2.17 -2.28 50.064 R-141 29 51 34.3141 La 2.89 2.57 .22 -2.12 -2.23 60.353 R-092 29 59 51.8566 La 3.00 2.67 .25 -2.17 -2.28 50.264 R-142 29 51 24.7136 La 2.89 2.57 .22 -2.12 -2.23 60.550 R-093 29 59 42.2353 La 3.00 2.67 .25 -2.17 -2.28 50.453 R-143 29 51 14.4025 La 2.88 2.57 .22 -2.12 -2.23 60.755 R-094 29 59 32.2889 La 2.99 2.67 .25 -2.16 -2.28 50.647 R-144A 29 51 4.3134 La 2.88 2.56 .22 -2.12 -2.23 60.947 R-095 29 59 22.6694 La 2.99 2.67 .25 -2.16 -2.27 50.835 R-145 29 50 54.1557 La 2.88 2.56 .22 -2.12 -2.23 61.142 R-096 29 59 12.6878 La 2.99 2.66 .25 -2.16 -2.27 51.032 R-146 29 50 44.4175 La 2.88 2.56 .22 -2.11 -2.23 61.329 R-097 29 59 2.8348 La 2.99 2.66 .25 -2.16 -2.27 51.226

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceRange or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet(mi)Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet(mi)Monu Latitude=LaNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)Monu Latitude=LaNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= =======================================================================St. Johns County St. Johns County R-147 29 50 33.9495 La 2.88 2.56 .22 -2.11 -2.23 61.528 Matanzas Inlet R-148 29 50 24.6680 La 2.88 2.56 .22 -2.11 -2.23 61.707 R-197 29 42 13.7044 La 2.78 2.47 .20 -2.07 -2.18 71.424 T-149 29 50 14.8967 La 2.87 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.23 61.894 T-198 29 42 3.4584 La 2.78 2.47 .20 -2.07 -2.18 71.644 R-150 29 50 5.0035 La 2.87 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.22 62.084 R-199 29 41 54.9795 La 2.78 2.46 .20 -2.07 -2.18 71.834 R-151 29 49 55.0574 La 2.87 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.22 62.274 R-200 29 41 45.2570 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.024 R-152 29 49 45.3090 La 2.87 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.22 62.461 R-201 29 41 35.5489 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.217 R-153 29 49 35.3875 La 2.87 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.22 62.651 R-202 29 41 25.9302 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.408 R-154 29 49 25.5997 La 2.86 2.55 .22 -2.11 -2.22 62.838 R-203 29 41 16.2938 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.602 R-155 29 49 15.7263 La 2.86 2.54 .22 -2.11 -2.22 63.027 R-204 29 41 6.5854 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.797 T-156 29 49 5.7992 La 2.86 2.54 .22 -2.11 -2.22 63.217 R-205 29 40 56.8255 La 2.77 2.46 .20 -2.06 -2.18 72.992 T-157 29 48 56.5742 La 2.86 2.54 .22 -2.11 -2.22 63.393 R-206 29 40 47.1845 La 2.76 2.45 .20 -2.06 -2.17 73. 185 R-158 29 48 46.0964 La 2.86 2.54 .22 -2.10 -2.22 63.593 R-207 29 40 37.4309 La 2.76 2.45 .20 -2.06 -2.17 73 381 T-159 29 48 35.7672 La 2.85 2.54 .22 -2.10 -2.22 63.791 R-208 29 40 28.0304 La 2.76 2.45 .20 -2.06 -2.17 73.574 R-160 29 48 25.1341 La 2.85 2.53 .22 -2.10 -2.22 63.998 R-209 29 40 18.3283 La 2.76 2.45 .20 -2.06 -2.17 73.768 T-161 29 48 14.6473 La 2.85 2.53 .22 -2.10 -2.22 64.201 FLagLer County R-162 29 48 5.6045 La 2.85 2.53 .22 -2.10 -2.21 64.376 R-001 29 40 13.5960 La 2.76 2.45 .20 -2.06 -2.17 73.866 R-163 29 47 55.7700 La 2.85 2.53 .21 -2.10 -2.21 64.567 R-002NO COORDINATES La2.76 2.45 .20 -2.05 -2.17 74.051 R-164 29 47 45.9493 La 2.84 2.53 .21 -2.10 -2.21 64.758 T-003 29 39 52.8022 La 2.75 2.44 .20 -2.05 -2.17 74.290 R-165 29 47 36.0908 La 2.84 2.53 .21 -2.10 -2.21 64.947 R-004 29 39 45.8661 La 2.75 2.44 .20 -2.05 -2.17 74.434 R-166 29 47 26.3069 La 2.84 2.52 .21 -2.10 -2.21 65 137 R-005 29 39 37.1826 La 2.75 2.44 .19 -2.05 -2.17 74.613 R-167 29 47 16.4510 La 2.84 2.52 .21 -2.10 -2.21 65.327 R-006 29 39 27.8310 La 2.75 2.44 .19 -2.05 -2.17 74.803 N R-168 29 47 6.9769 La 2.84 2.52 .21 -2.10 -2.21 65.517 R-007 29 39 18.8575 La 2.75 2.44 .19 -2.05 -2.17 74.986 0 R-169 29 46 57.1558 La 2.83 2.52 .21 -2.09 -2.21 65.708 R-008 29 39 10.0658 La 2.75 2.44 .19 -2.05 -2.17 75.160 R-170 29 46 48.4487 La 2.83 2.52 .21 -2.09 -2.21 65.898 R-009 29 39 0.0655 La 2.74 2.44 .19 -2.05 -2.17 75.366 T-171 29 46 36.6849 La 2.83 2.52 .21 -2.09 -2.21 66.112 R-010 29 38 50.8557 La 2.74 2.43 .19 -2.05 -2.16 75.554 T-172 29 46 28.1933 La 2.83 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.21 66.281 R-011 29 38 42.2115 La 2.74 2.43 .19 -2.05 -2.16 75.730 R-173 29 46 18.0910 La 2.83 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.20 66.480 R-012 29 38 33.1336 La 2.74 2.43 .19 -2.05 -2.16 75.915 R-174 29 46 8.3690 La 2.83 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.20 66.674 R-013 29 38 24.7561 La 2.74 2.43 .19 -2.05 -2.16 76.085 R-175 29 45 58.8541 La 2.82 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.20 66.865 R-014NO COORDINATES La2.74 2.43 .19 -2.04 -2.16 76.260 R-176 29 45 49.1840 La 2.82 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.20 67.057 R-015 29 38 5.9665 La 2.73 2.43 .19 -2.04 -2.16 76.465 R-177 29 45 40.1830 La 2.82 2.51 .21 -2.09 -2.20 67.239 R-016NO COORDINATES La2.74 2.43 .19 -2.04 -2.16 76.269 R-178 29 45 30.7356 La 2.82 2.50 .21 -2.09 -2.20 67.430 R-017 29 37 48.3639 La 2.73 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.16 76.817 R-179 29 45 21.0036 La 2.82 2.50 .21 -2.09 -2.20 67.624 R-018NOCOORDINATESLa2.73 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.16 76.996 R-180 29 45 11.9735 La 2.81 2.50 .21 -2.08 -2.20 67.806 R-019NO COORDINATES La2.73 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.16 77.188 T-181 29 45 3. 1778 La 2.81 2.50 .21 -2.08 -2.20 67.983 T-020 29 37 21.7549 La 2.73 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.16 77.364 R-182 29 44 53.6467 La 2.81 2.50 .21 -2.08 -2.20 68.176 R-021 2937 11.8792 La 2.72 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.16 77.571 T-183 29 44 44.2139 La 2.81 2.49 .21 -2.08 -2.20 68.365 R-022 29 37 1 .2585 La 2.72 2.42 .19 -2.04 -2.15 77.786 T-184 29 44 34.4997 La 2.81 2.49 .21 -2.08 -2.20 68.560 R-023 29 36 53.3326 La 2.72 2.41 .19 -2.04 -2.15 77.938 T-185 29 44 25.6513 La 2.81 2.49 .21 -2.08 -2.19 68.742 R-024 29 36 43.9588 La 2.72 2.41 .19 -2.04 -2.15 78. 127 R-186 29 44 16.0548 La 2.80 2.49 .21 -2.08 -2.19 68.937 R-025NO COORDINATES La2.72 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 78.360 R-187 29 44 6.7804 La 2.80 2.49 .21 -2.08 -2.19 69. 126 R-026NO COORDINATES La2.72 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 78.527 R-188 29 43 56.8410 La 2.80 2.49 .20 -2.08 -2.19 69.327 R-027 29 36 16.3187 La 2.71 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 78.686 R-189 29 43 47.2819 La 2.80 2.48 .20 -2.08 -2.19 69.523 R-028 29 36 8.1651 La 2.71 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 78.852 R-190 29 43 37.8340 La 2.80 2.48 .20 -2.08 -2.19 69.714 R-029NO COORDINATES La2.71 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 79.025 R-191 29 43 28.6922 La 2.79 2.48 .20 -2.07 -2.19 69.906 R-030NO COORDINATES La2.71 2.41 .19 -2.03 -2.15 79.210 R-192 29 43 19.5187 La 2.79 2.48 .20 -2.07 -2.19 70.098 R-031NO COORDINATES La2.71 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.15 79.372 R-193 29 43 10.3842 La 2.79 2.48 .20 -2.07 -2.19 70.291 R-032NO COORDINATES La2.71 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.15 79.567 T-194 29 43 0.8857 La 2.79 2.48 .20 -2.07 -2.19 70.492 R-033 29 35 22.1215 La 2.71 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.15 79.789 R-195 29 42 51.8875 La 2.79 2.47 .20 -2.07 -2.19 70.684 R-034 29 35 14.6989 La 2.70 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.14 79.940 T-196 29 42 42.5445 La 2.79 2.47 .20 -2.07 -2.19 70.874 R-035 29 35 3.3310 La 2.70 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.14 80.176

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNRLongitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roD Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FLagLer County Flag Ler County R-036 29 34 54.4455 La 2.70 2.40 .19 -2.03 -2.14 80.353 R-087 29 27 36.8576 La 2.63 2.33 .17 -1.98 -2.10 89.451 R-037 29 34 45.3955 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24.9124 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.02 -2.13 82.192 T-097 2926 11.9360 La 2.61 2.32 .17 -1.97 -2.09 91 194 R-047 29 33 15.9115 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.02 -2.13 82.380 R-098 29 26 3.2457 La 2.61 2.32 .17 -1.97 -2.09 91.379 R-048 29 33 7. 1204 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.01 -2.13 82.563 R-099 29 25 54.5497 La 2.61 2.32 .17 -1.97 -2.09 91.559 R-049 29 32 58.5243 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.01 -2.13 82.742 R-100 29 25 45.8291 La 2.61 2.32 .17 -1.97 -2.09 91.739 R-050 29 32 49.3954 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.01 -2.13 82.932 VoLusia County R-051 29 32 41.0565 La 2.68 2.38 .18 -2.01 -2.13 83.106 R-1 29 25 35.6162 La 2.61 2.31 .17 -1.97 -2.09 91.949 R-052 29 32 32.9706 La 2.68 2.37 .18 -2.01 -2.13 83.274 R-2 29 25 26.9863 La 2.61 2.31 .17 -1.97 -2.09 92.127 R-053 29 32 28.8874 La 2.68 2.37 .18 -2.01 -2.13 83.360 R-3 29 25 18.4068 La 2.60 2.31 .17 -1.97 -2.09 92.304 R-054 29 32 21.5794 La 2.67 2.37 .18 -2.01 -2.13 83.512 R-4 29 25 9.7171 La 2.60 2.31 .17 -1.97 -2.09 92.484 R-055 29 32 12.2420 La 2.67 2.37 .18 -2.01 -2.13 83.706 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23 41.1250 La 2.59 2.30 .17 -1.96 -2.08 94.307 R-065 29 30 48.0036 La 2.66 2.36 .18 -2.00 -2.12 85 481 R-15 29 23 32.2830 La 2.59 2.30 .17 -1.96 -2.08 94.489 T-066 29 30 39.3300 La 2.66 2.36 .18 -2.00 -2.12 85.659 R-16 29 23 23.5427 La 2.59 2.30 .17 -1.96 -2.08 94.669 R-067NO COORDINATES La2.65 2.36 .18 -2.00 -2.12 85.830 R-17 29 23 14.7203 La 2.59 2.30 .17 -1.96 -2.08 94.850 R-068NO COORDINATES La2.65 2.35 .18 -2.00 -2.12 86.030 R-18 29 23 5.8137 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.96 -2.08 95.034 R-069NO COORDINATES La2.65 2.35 .18 -2.00 -2.12 86.198 R-19 29 22 57.1770 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.96 -2.08 95.212 R-070 29 30 3.7143 La 2.65 2.35 .18 -2.00 -2.12 86. 401 R-20 29 22 48.3821 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.08 95.394 R-071NO COORDINATES La2.65 2.35 .18 -2.00 -2.11 86.585 R-21 29 22 40.0282 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 95.566 R-072 29 29 46.6212 La 2.65 2.35 .18 -2.00 -2.11 86.762 R-22292231.5832 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 95.741 R-073 29 29 37.9104 La 2.65 2.35 .18 -1.99 -2.11 86.942 R-23 29 22 22.9347 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 95.919 R-074 29 29 29.2735 La 2.64 2.35 .18 -1.99 -2.11 87. 122 R-24 29 22 14.0598 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 96. 102 R-075 29 29 20.6607 La 2.64 2.35 .18 -1.99 -2.11 87.301 R-25 29 22 5.1502 La 2.58 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 96.287 R-076 29 29 11.6965 La 2.64 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 87.483 R-26 29 21 56.6706 La 2.57 2.29 .17 -1.95 -2.07 96.464 T-077 29 29 3.1044 La 2.64 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 87.667 R-27 29 21 48.0036 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.95 -2.07 96.643 R-078 29 28 54.2698 La 2.64 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 87.851 R-28 29 21 39.4189 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.95 -2.07 96.822 R-079 29 28 45.6445 La 2.64 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 88.033 R-29 2921 30.7291 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.95 -2.07 97.002 R-080 29 28 37.0053 La 2.64 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 88.211 R-30 29 21 22.4996 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.95 -2.07 97.173 R-081 29 28 28.3104 La 2.63 2.34 .18 -1.99 -2.11 88.391 R-31 29 21 13.6422 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.95 -2.07 97.357 T-082 29 28 18.9114 La 2.63 2.34 .17 -1.99 -2.11 88.581 R-32 29 21 5.0899 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.94 -2.07 97.535 R-083 29 28 10.6479 La 2.63 2.34 .17 -1.99 -2.11 88.752 R-33 29 20 56.4752 La 2.57 2.28 .17 -1.94 -2.07 97.714 R-084 29 28 1.0168 La 2.63 2.33 .17 -1.98 -2.10 88.950 R-34 29 20 47.7322 La 2.56 2.28 .17 -1.94 -2.06 97.896 R-085 29 27 54.5385 La 2.63 2.33 .17 -1.98 -2.10 89.090 R-35 29 20 39.1644 La 2.56 2.28 .17 -1.94 -2.06 98.072 R-086NO COORDINATES La2.63 2.33 .17 -1.98 -2.10 89.272 R-36 29 20 30.5424 La 2.56 2.27 .17 -1.94 -2.06 98.252

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R-65 29 16 19.5222 La 2.53 2.24 .16 -1.92 -2.04 103.461 R-116 29 8 59.2844 La 2.47 2.20 .16 -1.87 -2.00 112.671 R-66 29 16 9.8763 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.92 -2.04 103.663 R-117 29 8 51.3301 La 2.47 2.19 .16 -1.87 -2.00 112.841 R-67 29 16 1.7955 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.04 103.832 R-118NO COORDINATESLa2.47 2.19 .16 -1.87 -2.00 113.015 R-68 29 15 53.1223 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.04 104.012 R-119 29 8 35.2598 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -2.00 113.189 R-69 29 15 44.5418 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.04 104.192 R-120 29 8 25.4302 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -2.00 113.396 R-70 29 15 36.8110 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.04 104.354 R-121 29 8 17.8051 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 113.557 R-71 29 15 28.2253 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.03 104.532 R-122 29 8 9.4922 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 113.731 R-72 29 15 18.8490 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.03 104.727 R-123 29 8 1.8456 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 113.898 R-73 29 15 10.2771 La 2.52 2.24 .16 -1.91 -2.03 104.901 R-124 29 7 52.3625 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 114.096 R-74 29 15 2.1072 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.91 -2.03 105.073 R-125 29 7 43.8059 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 114.284 R-75 29 14 54.6755 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.91 -2.03 105.230 R-126 29 7 35.1561 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.87 -1.99 114.465 R-76 29 14 44.4034 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.91 -2.03 105.443 R-127 29 7 27.2833 La 2.46 2.19 .16 -1.86 -1.99 114.640 R-77 29 14 35.8961 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.91 -2.03 105.622 R-128 29 7 18.8061 La 2.45 2.19 .16 -1.86 -1.99 114.817 R-78 29 14 26.7487 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.91 -2.03 105.811 R-129 29 7 10.7866 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.99 114.997 R-79 29 14 17.3950 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.90 -2.03 106.004 R-130 29 7 2.3607 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.99 115.182 R-80 29 14 8.6419 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.90 -2.03 106.191 R-131 29 6 53.2811 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.99 115.372 R-81 29 13 59.8661 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.90 -2.03 106.373 R-132 29 6 45.1317 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.99 115.558 R-82 29 13 51.4820 La 2.51 2.23 .16 -1.90 -2.03 106.552 R-133 29 6 36.7580 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.98 115.732 R-83 29 13 43.0354 La 2.50 2.23 .16 -1.90 -2.02 106.728 R-134 29 6 28.5339 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.98 115.913 R-84 29 13 33.4858 La 2.50 2.22 .16 -1.90 -2.02 106.926 R-135 29 6 20.5521 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.98 116.091 R-85 29 13 25.6596 La 2.50 2.22 .16 -1.90 -2.02 107.090 R-136 29 6 12.4740 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.98 116.270 R-86 29 13 18.0101 La 2.50 2.22 .16 -1.90 -2.02 107.248 R-137 29 6 4.3260 La 2.45 2.18 .16 -1.86 -1.98 116.446 R-87 29 13 8.8316 La 2.50 2.22 .16 -1.90 -2.02 107.432 R-138 29 5 56.8982 La 2.44 2.18 .16 -1.85 -1.98 116.619

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=======================================================================---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) =======================================================================---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------VoLusia County VoLusia County R-139 29 5 48.4216 La 2.44 2.18 .16 -1.85 -1.98 116.790 R-188 28 58 57.2237 La 2.39 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 125.930 R-140 29 5 41.7407 La 2.44 2.18 .16 -1.85 -1.98 116.943 R-189 28 58 48.5364 La 2.39 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 126.098 R-141 29 5 33.8836 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.98 117.120 R-190 28 58 40.4866 La 2.39 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 126.286 R-142 29 5 25.8941 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.98 117.307 R-191 28 58 36.1505 La 2.39 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 126.388 R-143 29 5 19.4648 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.98 117.486 R-192 28 58 25.4187 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.81 -1.94 126.630 R-144 29 5 11.6908 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.98 117.668 R-193 28 58 17.7450 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.81 -1.94 126.808 R-145 29 5 4.7219 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.98 117.838 R-194 28 58 9.3393 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.81 -1.93 126.993 R-146 29 4 56.8287 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.97 118.020 R-195 28 58 2.8987 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.81 -1.93 127.141 R-147 29 4 48.8719 La 2.44 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.97 118.201 R-196 28 57 54.8782 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 127.329 Ponce de Leon Inlet R-197 28 57 47.2258 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 127.507 R-148 29 4 41.6269 La 2.43 2.17 .16 -1.85 -1.97 118.354 R-198 28 57 38.9958 La 2.39 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 127.686 R-149 29 4 14.9033 La 2.43 2.17 .16 -1.84 -1.97 118.905 R-199 28 5731.0400 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 127.864 R-150 29 4 10.3131 La 2.43 2.17 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119. 181 R-200 28 57 22.6420 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.053 R-151 29 4 4.8036 La 2.43 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119.319 R-201 28 57 14.4284 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.238 R-152 29 4 1.8925 La 2.43 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119.403 R-202 28 57 6.5299 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.415 R-153 29 3 52.4668 La 2.43 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119.603 R-203 28 57 0.0904 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.569 R-154 29 3 44.0331 La 2.43 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119.775 R-204 28 56 50.5807 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.773 R-155 29 3 34.4766 La 2.43 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.97 119.967 R-205 28 56 43.0953 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.93 128.939 R-156 29 3 25.6526 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.96 120.149 R-206 28 56 34.3015 La 2.38 2.13 .16 -1.80 -1.92 129.134 R-157 29 3 16.8098 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.96 120.319 R-207 28 56 26.1245 La 2.38 2.12 .16 -1.80 -1.92 129.315 R-158 29 3 8.2777 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.96 120.503 R-208 28 56 17.9979 La 2.38 2.12 .16 -1.79 -1.92 129.494 R-159 29 2 59.3398 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.84 -1.96 120.687 R-209 28 56 9.7868 La 2.38 2.12 .16 -1.79 -1.92 129.674(.oJR-160 29 2 50.6121 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.83 -1.96 120.875 R-210 28 56 1 .7920 La 2.37 2.12 .16 -1.79 -1.92 129.854 R-161 29 2 42.0705 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.057 R-211 28 55 53.8951 La 2.37 2.12 .16 -1.79 -1.92 130.033 R-162 29 2 33.8913 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.237 R-212 28 55 45.6015 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 130.220 R-163 29 2 24.8668 La 2.42 2.16 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.427 R-213 28 55 37.8610 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 130.402 R-164 29 2 16.6244 La 2.42 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.606 R-214 28 55 29.6541 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 130.583 R-165 29 2 8.0664 La 2.42 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.789 R-215 28 55 21.3380 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 130.767 R-166 29 1 58.5394 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.96 121.988 R-216 28 55 12.5797 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 130.952 R-167 29 1 50.0232 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.96 122.173 R-217 28 55 4.3944 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.92 131.136 R-168 29 1 42.3798 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.96 122.330 R-218 28 54 56.1470 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.79 -1.91 131.324 R-169 29 1 33.7666 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.95 122.514 R-219 28 54 48.0385 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.78 -1.91 131.501 R-170 29 1 24.9449 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.95 122.707 R-220 28 54 40.2446 La 2.37 2.12 .17 -1.78 -1.91 131.682 R-171 29 1 16.4568 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.83 -1.95 122.885 R-221 28 54 32.0822 La 2.36 2.12 .17 -1.78 -1.91 131.859 R-172 29 1 8.5415 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.071 R-222 28 54 25.5903 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.006 R-173 29 1 0.7045 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.236 R-223 28 54 18.5377 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.163 R-174 29 0 52.1932 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.422 R-224 28 54 11.0041 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.338 R-175 29 0 44.0119 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.600 R-225 28 54 2.5130 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.523 R-176 29 0 36.3303 La 2.41 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.775 R-226 28 53 54.1307 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.710 R-177 29 0 27.1343 La 2.40 2.15 .16 -1.82 -1.95 123.973 R-227 28 53 46.0622 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 132.892 R-178 29 0 19.1121 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.95 124.145 R-228 28 53 37.4755 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 133.078 R-179 29 0 10.9299 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.95 124.325 R-229 28 53 29.2048 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 133.267 R-180 29 0 2.6798 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.95 124.504 R-230 28 53 20.6774 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.78 -1.91 133.454 R-181 28 59 54.9826 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.94 124.679 R-231 28 53 12.6555 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.77 -1.90 133.639 R-182 28 59 45.8767 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.94 124.870 R-232 28 53 4.2958 La 2.36 2.11 .17 -1.77 -1.90 133.821 R-183 28 59 37.6873 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.82 -1.94 125.051 R-233 28 52 56.6945 La 2.35 2.11 .17 -1.77 -1.90 133.991 R-184 28 59 27.7075 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 125.259 R-234 28 52 48.9035 La 2.35 2.11 .17 -1.77 -1.90 134.170 R-185 28 59 21.6639 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 125.392BrevardCounty R-186 28 59 13.8415 La 2.40 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 125.563 Cape Canaveral Inlet R-187 28 59 5.4308 La 2.39 2.14 .16 -1.81 -1.94 125.748 R-001T 28 24 25.8902 La 2.21 2.01 .21 -1.59 -1.73 173.739

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet ( feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BrevardCountyBrevardCounty R-002 28 24 17.5893 La 2.21 2.01 .21-1.59 -1.72 173.894 R-053T28 1617.1746 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.173 R-003 28 24 7.0916 La 2.21 2.01 .21 -1.58 -1.72 174.107 R-054 28 16 7.3677 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.359 R-004T 28 23 58.0665 La 2.21 2.01 .21 -1.58 -1.72 174.290 R-055T 28 15 57.9629 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.543 R-005 28 23 48.9905 La 2.21 2.01 .21 -1.58-1.72174.470 R-056T 28 15 48.0336 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.734 R-006T 28 23 39.7166 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 174.655 R-057T 28 15 39.6909 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.895 R-007T 28 23 30.6868 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 174.838 R-058T 28 15 29.9995 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 184.081 R-008 28 23 21.9861 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.010 R-059T 28 15 20.4184 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 184.268 R-009 28 23 12.6972 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.187 R-060T 28 15 10.4724 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 184.459 R-010T 28 23 3.7222 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.361 R-061T 28 15 0.6950 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 184.648 R-011 28 22 54.1356 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.550 R-062T28 1450.9072 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.68 184.837 R-012 28 22 44.8004 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.733 R-063T 28 14 41.3469 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.022 R-013 28 22 35.3011 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.72 175.918 R-064T 28 1431.7331 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.207 R-014 28 22 26.2439 La 2.21 2.01 .22 -1.58 -1.71 176.094 R-065T 28 14 22.0837 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.394 R-015T 28 22 16.5507 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 176.281 R-066 28 14 12.3017 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.582 R-016 28 22 6.6611 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 176.474 R-067T 28 14 3.7570 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.747 R-017T 28 21 57.4282 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 176.654 R-068T 28 13 54.3488 La 2.18 2.00 .23 -1.53 -1.67 185.927 R-018 28 21 49.3569 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 176.819 R-069 28 13 44.4403 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.53 -1.67 186.116 R-019 28 21 39.6921 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177.005 R-070 28 13 35.2424 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.53 -1.67 186.293 R-020 2821 30.1517 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177 .190 R-07128 1325.4400 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.53 -1.67 186.482 R-021 28 21 19.9765 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177.386 R-072T 28 13 16.6625 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.53 -1.67 186.655 R-022 28 21 11.7422 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177.545 R-073 28 13 6.6719 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.67 186.845I\)R-023 28 21 2.7879 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177.710 R-074T 28 12 58.1822 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.67 187.012 R-024 28 20 52.5957 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 177.903 R-07528 1248.2449 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.67 187.201 R-025 28 20 42.9725 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 178.087 R-076T28 1237.5108 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 187.408 R-026 28 20 32.8626 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.57 -1.71 178.282 R-07728 1229.9974 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 187.553 R-027 28 20 23.3120 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 178.473 R-078T 28 12 20.2342 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 187.742 R-028T 28 20 13.8362 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 178.650 R-07928 12 10.3993La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 187.930 R-029T 28 20 4.2647 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 178.832 R-080 28 12 0.3243 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 188.124 R-03028 19 54.2693La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.022 R-081 28 11 51.8220 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 188.286 R-031 28 19 44.5992 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.209 R-082T 28 11 42.2897 La 2.18 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 188.472 R-032 28 1934.7797 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.395 R-083T 28 11 32.8924 La 2.17 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 188.654 R-033 28 19 25.1718 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.579 R-08428 1123.2558 La 2.17 2.00 .24 -1.52 -1.66 188.843 R-034 28 19 17.2041 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.731 R-085 28 11 16.1362 La 2.17 2.00 .24 -1.51 -1.66 188.982 R-035T 28 19 8.0011 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 179.907 R-086T 28 11 6.5389 La 2.17 2.00 .24 -1.51 -1.66 189.170 R-036 28 18 58.9857 La 2.20 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 180.079 R-08728 1058.0965 La 2.17 2.00 .24 -1.51 -1.66 189.335 R-037T 28 18 50.3659 La 2.19 2.01 .22 -1.56 -1.70 180.244 R-088T28 1047.2158 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 189.548 R-03828 18 39.7115La 2.19 2.00 .22 -1.55 -1.70 180.448 R-089T28 1038.5546 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 189.718 R-039 28 18 29.9319 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 180.635 R-090T 28 10 32.4809 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 189.836 R-040 28 18 20.4153 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 180.814 R-091T 28 10 23.9278 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.005 R-041T 28 18 10.9828 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 180.995 R-092T 28 10 15.2865 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.173 R-042 28 18 1.1002 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 181.184 R-093 28 10 5.6443 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.362 R-043T 28 17 51.2912 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 181.371 R-094T 28 9 55.9976 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.551 R-044 28 17 41.7964 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 181.553 R-095T 28948.4518 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.698 R-045T28 1732.0150 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 181.740 R-096 289 39.3746La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 190.876 R-046 28 17 22.4895 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 181.922 R-097 28 9 30.4160 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.51 -1.65 191.052 R-047 28 17 12.6385 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 182.110 R-098 28 920.7443 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.50 -1.65 191.241 R-048 28 17 3.3278 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.55 -1.69 182.288 R-099 28 9 11.4444 La 2.17 1.99 .24 -1.50 -1.65 191.423 R-049 281653.1159 La 2.19 2.00 .23-1.55-1.69 182.484 R-100 28 9 1.8369 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.65 191.611R-050T28 16 41.7559 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.69 182.704 R-101 28 8 52.1899 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 191.800 R-051T 28 16 34.7238 La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 182.837 R-102 28 8 42.7320 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 191.985R-052T28 1625.2268La 2.19 2.00 .23 -1.54 -1.68 183.019 R-103 28 8 33.1089 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 192.174

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet ( feet (feet (roD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet ( feet (roD Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BrevardCountyBrevardCountyR-104T 28 8 24.3981 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 192.345 R-155 28 0 46.2436 La 2.15 1.98 .26 -1.46 -1.60 201.624 R-105 28 8 18.1994 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 192.466 R-156 28 0 41.6801 La 2.15 1.98 .26 -1.45 -1.60 201.721 R-106 28 8 5.3822 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 192.718 R-157T 28 0 31.0625 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 201.941 R-107T 28 7 56.1965 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 192.908 R-158 28 0 23.8785 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 202.090 R-108 28 7 47.2907 La 2.17 1.99 .25 -1.50 -1.64 193.072 R-159T 28 0 15.3915 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 202.266 R-109T 28 7 38.2972 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.64 193.249 R-160 28 0 5. 1304 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 202.480 R-110T 28 7 27.0926 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.64 193.471 R-161 27 59 57.7003 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 202.635 R-111 28 7 19.1390 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.64 193.624 R-162 27 59 51.7139 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.60 202.760 R-112 28 7 9.5113 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.64 193.813 R-163 27 59 40.9628 La 2.15 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.59 202.992 R-113T 28 7 1.1212 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 193.979 R-164 27 59 34.0516 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.59 203.141 R-114 28 6 52.2350 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 194. 156 R-165 27 59 25.4539 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.59 203.326 R-115 28 6 41.3363 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 194.373 R-166 27 59 14.2906 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.59 203.557 R-116 28 6 33.9567 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 194.515 R-167 27 59 5.6606 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.45 -1.59 203.737 R-117T 28 6 25.8499 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 194.694 R-168 27 58 55.2298 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 203.956 R-118T 28 6 15.8119 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 194.882 R-169 27 58 47.3563 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 204.115 R-119 28 6 6.9202 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 195.060 R-170T 27 58 38.4648 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 204.307 R-120T 28 5 58.1179 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.49 -1.63 195.234 R-171T 27 58 30.1019 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 204.483 R-121T 28 5 47.6612 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.63 195.440 R-172 27 5821.0008 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 204.673 R-122 28 5 39.9749 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.63 195.591 R-173 27 58 11.3808 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 204.869 R-123 28 5 31.1321 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.63 195.769 R-174 27 58 2.4378 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.59 205.048 R-124 28 5 22.0189 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.63 195.964 R-175T 27 57 55.6287 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.58 205.197 N R-125T 28 5 12.6616 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.63 196.150 R-176 27 57 45.5036 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.58 205.412 U1 R-126T 28 5 3.3700 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.62 196.341 R-177 27 57 36.4742 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.58 205.605 R-127 28 4 54.7236 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.62 196.499 R-178 27 57 29.1810 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.58 205.761 R-128 28 4 46.8931 La 2.16 1.99 .25 -1.48 -1.62 196.659 R-179 27 57 21.3822 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.44 -1.58 205.927 R-129T 28 4 37.0483 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.48 -1.62 196.862 R-180 27 57 11.5487 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.43 -1.58 206.138 R-130 28 4 27.6789 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.48 -1.62 197.047 R-181 27 57 2.2302 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.43 -1.58 206.338 R-131T 28 4 19.4298 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.48 -1.62 197.218 R-182 27 56 54.2615 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.43 -1.58 206.510 R-132 28 4 12.1901 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.48 -1.62 197.367 R-183 27 56 46.0846 La 2.14 1.98 .27 -1.43 -1.58 206.686 R-133 28 4 2.2045 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.62 197.572 R-184 27 56 36.7414 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.58 206.888 R-134 28 3 52.7835 La 2.16 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.62 197.768 R-185 27 56 27.7782 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.58 207.075 R-135 28 3 43.8567 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.62 197.951 R-186 27 56 18.9783 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.58 207.270 R-136 28 3 34.3455 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.62 198.142 R-187 27 56 12.7365 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.57 207.404 R-137T 28 3 27.7378 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.62 198.283 R-188 27 56 4.2500 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.57 207.580 R-138T 28 3 16.9349 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 198.503 R-189 27 55 55.7020 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.57 207.771 R-139 28 3 6.4850 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 198.714 R-190 27 55 46.4678 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.43 -1.57 207.959 R-140 28 2 59.8272 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 198.858 R-191 27 55 38.3176 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 208.140 R-141 28 2 50.3820 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 199.051 R-192 27 55 29.5934 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 208.329 R-142 28 2 43.2563 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 199.198 R-193 27 55 20.7975 La 2.14 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 208.528 R-143 28 2 34.2003 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 199.385 R-194 27 55 11.8049 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 208.712 R-144 28 2 25.4877 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.47 -1.61 199.564 R-195 27 55 3.0023 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 208.902 R-145 28 2 17.3426 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 199.731 R-196 27 54 54.1949 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 209.090 R-146 28 2 11.0020 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 199.863 R-197 27 54 44.7368 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 209.284 R-147T 28 1 59.3969 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 200.105 R-198 27 54 35.9335 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.57 209.475 R-148 28 1 50.5831 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 200.288 R-199 27 54 27.8950 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.56 209.647 R-149 28 1 42.2023 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 200.462 R-200 27 54 18.2392 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.56 209.854 R-150 28 1 32.5775 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.61 200.661 R-201 27 54 10.6045 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.56 210.008 R-151 28 1 26.1059 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.60 200.795 R-202 27 54 2.2070 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.42 -1.56 210.197 R-152 28 1 13.7336 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.60 201.051 R-203 27 53 52.3575 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 210.408 R-153 28 1 5.3770 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.60 201.225 R-204 27 53 45.7025 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 210.552 R-154 28 0 58.3894 La 2.15 1.99 .26 -1.46 -1.60 201.370 R-205 27 53 36.8177 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 210.748

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude=LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BrevardCountyIndian RiverCountyR-206 27 53 28.0342 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 210.937 R-035 27 46 28.3596 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 219.873 R-207 27 53 19.2606 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 211.126 T-036 27 46 20.4613 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 220.036 R-208 27 53 10.7390 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 211.314 R-037 27 46 11.6854 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 220.222 R-209 27 53 2.2776 La 2.13 1.98 .28 -1.41 -1.56 211.496 T-038 27 46 2.7948 La 2.11 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 220.407 R-210 27 52 52.5157 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.41 -1.56 211.708 R-039 27 45 53.7960 La 2.11 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 220.587 R-211 27 52 43.4112 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.41 -1.55 211.900 R-040 27 45 44.7261 La 2.11 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 220.781 R-212T 27 52 37.8843 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.41 -1.55 212.016 R-041 27 45 35.5020 La 2.11 1.97 .30 -1.36 -1.51 220.984 R-213 27 52 32.0845 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.41 -1.55 212.129 R-042 27 45 27.0022 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 221.172 R-214 27 52 23.4231 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.41 -1.55 212.322 R-043 27 45 17.4762 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 221.430 R-215 27 52 14.5916 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 212.508 R-044 27 45 9.0077 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 221.560 R-216 27 52 5.5821 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 212.697 T-045 27 44 59.9193 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 221 .751 R-217T 27 51 56.5972 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 212.885 T-046 27 44 51.5734 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 221.930 R-218 27 51 46.8441 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 213.083 R-047 27 44 42.8754 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 222.115 R-219 27 51 38.7137 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 213.357 R-048 27 44 34.0853 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 222.301 Indian River County R-049 27 44 25.0080 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 222.489 Sebastian Inlet R-050 27 44 15.3993 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 222.685 R-001 27 51 28.8265 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 213.513 R-051 27 44 5.9693 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.36 -1.51 222.878 R-002 27 51 20.1829 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 213.700 R-052 27 43 56.7724 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 223.066 R-003 27 51 11.5311 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 213.884 R-053 27 43 46.4765 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 223.261 R-004 27 51 2.5444 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.55 214.071 R-054 27 43 37.2232 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 223.455I\)R-00527 50 53.9094 La 2.13 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.54 214.254 R-055 27 43 27.7471 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 223.638 0> R-006 27 50 44.8017 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.40 -1.54 214.453 R-056 27 43 18.3149 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 223.826 R-007 27 50 36.1839 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 214.630 R-057 27 43 9.3586 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.003 R-008 27 50 26.5744 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 214.836 R-058 27 43 0.0804 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.189 R-009 27 50 18.5458 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.013 T-059 27 42 50.6050 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.377 R-010 27 50 8.8101 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.217 T-060 27 42 39.4392 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.595 T-011 27 49 58.9936 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.422 R-061 27 42 30.4988 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.779 R-012 27 49 51.9549 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.576 R-062 27 42 21.0806 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.35 -1.50 224.968 T-013 27 49 42.8464 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.766 R-063 2742 11.5945 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.34 -1.50 225.155 R-014 27 49 34.0782 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 215.952 R-064 27 42 1.0196 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.34 -1.49 225.430 R-015 27 49 25.1041 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 216.137 R-065 27 41 52.4841 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.34 -1.49 225.539 T-016 27 49 16.4262 La 2.12 1.98 .29 -1.39 -1.54 216.317 R-066 27 41 42.6329 La 2.11 1.97 .31 -1.34 -1.49 225.733 T-017 27 49 7.3423 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.39 -1.53 216.510 T-067 2741 33.1760 La 2.11 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 225.912 R-018 27 48 58.5951 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 216.698 R-068 27 41 24.6674 La 2.11 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 226.094 R-019 27 48 49.2127 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 216.893 R-069 27 41 14.2030 La 2.11 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 226.309 R-020 27 48 40.6117 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 217.074 R-070 27 41 4.7347 La 2.11 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 226.504 R-021 274831.4669 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 217.261 R-071 27 40 53.8947 La 2.11 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 226.713 R-022 27 48 22.5507 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 217.453 T-072 27 40 44.2726 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 226.906 R-023 27 48 13.2145 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 217.648 R-073 27 40 35.2405 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.34 -1.49 227.086 R-024 27 48 4.2178 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 217.836 R-074 27 40 25.2637 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.49 227.281 R-025 27 47 54.2074 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 218.048 R-075 27 40 13.9050 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.49 227.499 R-026 27 47 45.4780 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 218.230 R-076 27 40 5.2365 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 227.671 R-027 27 47 38.9353 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.53 218.373 R-077 27 39 55.4769 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 227.864 R-028 27 47 29.8287 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.38 -1.52 218.571 R-078 27 39 46.5244 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.051 R-029 2747 21.5842 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.37 -1.52 218.753 T -079 27 39 37.4225 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.228 R-030 27 47 12.5739 La 2.12 1.98 .30 -1.37 -1.52 218.946 R-080 27 39 26.1858 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.453 T-031 27 47 4.1957 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 219.123 R-081 27 39 16.7367 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.625 R-032 27 46 55.5962 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 219.304 R-082 27 39 7.7960 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.810 R-033 27 46 46.6719 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 219.492 R-083 27 38 58.4969 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 228.989 R-034 27 46 37.8957 La 2.12 1.97 .30 -1.37 -1.52 219.673 R-084 27 38 48.0982 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 229.202 R-085 27 38 40.0725 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.33 -1.48 229.357

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======================================================================= =======================================================================DNRLongitude=LoMHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude=LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= Indian River County St. Lucie County R-086 27 38 29.6981 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.32 -1.48 229.572 R-017 27 30 50.9138 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.43 238.884 R-087 273821.6089 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.32 -1.48 229.728 R-018 2730 41.8892 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.43 239.070 R-088 27 38 10.6832 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.32 -1.47 229.950 R-019 27 30 32.8004 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.43 239.257 R-089 27 38 2.7876 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.32 -1.47 230.101 R-020 27 30 23.7287 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.43 239.443 R-090 27 37 53.6819 La 2.10 1.97 .32 -1.32 -1.47 230.268 R-021 27 30 14.7680 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.43 239.628 R-091 27 37 44.0126 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 230.449 R-022 27 30 5.5998 La 2.09 1.97 .35 -1.28 -1.43 239.814 R-092 27 37 34.5684 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 230.650 R-023 27 29 56.3643 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.003 R-093 27 37 25.4351 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 230.835 R-024 27 29 46.9914 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.189 R-094 27 37 16.0261 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 231.030 T-025 27 29 39.1825 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.347 T-095 27 37 7.2635 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 231.213 T -026 27 29 28.2074 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.565 T-096 27 36 58.8088 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.32 -1.47 231.395 R-027 27 29 18.3886 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.757 R-097 27 36 50.3742 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.47 231.588 T-028 27 29 9.3644 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.43 240.939 T-098 27 36 42.9129 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.47 231.747 R-029 27 28 59.4512 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.42 241.131 R-099 27 36 34.5195 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.47 231.959 T-030 27 28 49.6102 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.42 241.329 T-100 27 36 25.0841 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 232.150 R-031 27 28 40.9577 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.42 241.514 R-101 27 36 17.6444 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 232.346 R-032 27 28 31.5763 La 2.08 1.97 .35 -1.27 -1.42 241.708 R-102 27 36 9.4586 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 232.539 R-033 27 28 22.5382 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.27 -1.42 241.894 R-103 27 36 1.6940 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 232.705 Ft. Pierce Inlet R-1 04 27 35 51.7920 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 232.928 R-034 2728 11.1533 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 242.141 R-105 27 35 42.8186 La 2.10 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 233.103 R-035 27 28 0.9764 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 242.325 R-106 27 35 31.4269 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 233.333 T -036 2727 51.5808 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 242.504 I\.) R-107 27 35 23.6906 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.31 -1.46 233.485 R-037 27 27 42.3495 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 242.690 R-108 273515.1362 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.46 233.641 R-038 27 27 32.8652 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 242.878 R-109 27 35 6.2872 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.46 233.817 R-039 27 27 23.7523 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.42 243.065 R-110 27 34 58.2635 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.46 233.980 T-040 27 27 14.6086 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 243.244 R-111 27 34 46.3450 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.46 234.187 T-041 27 27 5.4277 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 243.430 T-112 27 34 37.8222 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.45 234.374 T-042 27 26 56.4557 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 243.620 T-113 27 34 26.6152 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.45 234.593 R-043 27 26 47.3447 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 243.806 R-114 27 34 19.7085 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.45 234.723 R-044 27 26 38.5435 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 243.999 R-115 27 34 7.0415 La 2.09 1.97 .33 -1.30 -1.45 234.974 R-045 27 26 28.6552 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.26 -1.41 244.195 R-116 27 33 58.2041 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.30 -1.45 235.145 R-046 27 26 19.3292 La 2.08 1.96 .35 -1.25 -1.41 244.382 T -117 27 33 49.9465 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.30 -1.45 235.320 R-047 27 26 9.9450 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.41 244.571 T -118 27 33 39.0510 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.30 -1.45 235.533 T-048 27 26 0.9043 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.41 244.756 R-119 27 33 29.6567 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.30 -1.45 235.710 T-049272551.6180 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.41 244.942 St. Luci e County R-050 27 25 42.0072 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.41 245.135 T-001 27 33 20.8491 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.45 235.886 R-051 27 25 32.8167 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.41 245.322 R-002 27 33 11.6774 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.45 236.071 R-052 27 25 23.4206 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.40 245.509 R-003 27 33 1 .8681 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.45 236.262 R-053 27 25 14.1437 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.40 245.698 R-004 27 32 52.4322 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.45 236.453 R-054 27 25 5.1476 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.40 245.885 R-005 27 32 43.1583 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 236.636 R-055 27 24 56.1643 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.40 246.067 R-006 27 32 33.4053 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 236.827 R-056 27 24 46.8968 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.25 -1.40 246.251 R-007 27 32 23.8598 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 237.017 R-057 2724 37.7368 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 246.440 R-008 27 32 14.4991 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 237.205 R-058 27 24 28.3981 La 2.08 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 246.629 R-009 27 32 5.2869 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 237.386 R-059 27 24 19.5155 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 246.808 R-010 27 31 55.7253 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 237.575 R-060 27 24 10.0448 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 247.000 R-011 27 31 46.1864 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.29 -1.44 237.763 R-061 27 24 0.9657 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 247.189 R-012 27 31 36.8928 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.44 237.947 R-062 2723 51.9529 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 247.375 R-013 27 31 27.1205 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.44 238.136 R-063 27 23 42.4214 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.40 247.560 R-014 27 31 18.0225 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.44 238.323 R-064 27 23 33.7593 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.39 247.749 R-015 27 31 8.9481 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.44 238.509 R-065 27 23 24.7237 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.39 247.937 R-016 27 30 59.9143 La 2.09 1.97 .34 -1.28 -1.44 238.696

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------St. Lucie County Martin County R-066 27 23 15.6843 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.39 248.126 R-01 27 15 45.5210 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.469 R-067 27 23 6.6276 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -124 -1.39 248.317 R-02 27 15 37.2477 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.639 R-068 27 22 58.0240 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.24 -1.39 248. 501 R-03 27 15 28.9823 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.809 R-069 27 22 49.3348 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.23 -1.39 248.686 R-04 27 15 20.7173 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.980 R-070 27 22 40.5585 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.23 -1.39 248.871 R-05U 27 15 12.6634 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 258.147 R-071 27 22 31.8423 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.23 -1.39 249.059 R-06 27 15 6.1616 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 258.285 R-072 27 22 22.8485 La 2.07 1.96 .36 -1.23 -1.39 249.249 R-07 27 14 56.4210 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 258.544 R-073 27 22 13.9929 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.39 249.436 R-08 27 14 48.4088 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 258.715 R-074 27 22 5.3055 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.39 249.625 R-09 27 14 40.3874 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.34 258.885 R-075 27 21 56.4374 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.39 249.813 R-010U 27 14 32.4929 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.34 259.055 R-076 27 21 47.3741 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.38 250.000 R-011 27 14 24.3559 La 2.06 1.96 .39 -1.18 -1.34 259.226 R-077 27 21 38.4563 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.38 250.190 R-012U 27 14 16.3283 La 2.06 1.96 .39 -1.18 -1.34 259.397 R-078 27 21 29.7883 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.38 250.372 R-013 27 14 8.3197 La 2.06 1.96 .39 -1.18 -1.34 259.567 R-079 27 21 20.9615 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.23 -1.38 250.556 R-014 27 14 0.2943 La 2.06 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 259.737 R-080 27 21 11.9814 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 250.742 R-015 27 13 52.2742 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 259.908 R-081 27 21 2.8042 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 251.679 R-016 27 13 44.2587 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.078 R-082 27 20 54.5658 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 251.114 R-017 27 13 36.8512 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.237 R-083 27 20 45.5401 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 251.301 R-018 27 13 28.2203 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.419 R-084 27 20 36.5940 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 251.487 R-019 27 13 19.5827 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.585 R-085 27 20 27.5380 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 251.669 R-020 27 13 12.1754 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.760 R-086 27 20 10.2246 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 252.010 R-021 27 13 4.1543 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.34 260.931 N R-087 27 20 8.8100 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.38 252.052 R-022 2712 56.1337 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.33 261.10100R-08827 19 59.6805 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.37 252.237 R-023 27 12 48.3261 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.18 -1.33 261.269 R-089 27 19 50.5389 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.37 252.426 R-024 27 12 40.4682 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 261.441 R-090 27 19 41.4399 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.22 -1.37 252.611 R-025 27 12 32.6400 La 2.05 1.'95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 261.612 R-091 27 19 32. 1121 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 252.796 R-026 27 12 24.8105 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 261.782 R-092 27 19 22.7654 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 252.986 R-027 27 12 16.9777 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 261.953 R-093 27 19 13.8487 La 2.07 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 253.167 R-028 27 12 9.1537 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.123 R-094 27 19 4.9190 La 2.06 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 253.352 R-029 27 12 1.3366 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.293 R-095 27 18 55.8373 La 2.06 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 253.538 R-030A 27 11 53.0682 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.463 R-096 27 18 46.6119 La 2.06 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 253.727 R-031 27 11 44.9588 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.634 R-097 27 18 37.5591 La 2.06 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 253.917 R-032 27 11 36.8327 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.804 R-098 27 18 28.3240 La 2.06 1.96 .37 -1.21 -1.37 254.103 R-033 27 11 29.2864 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 262.964 R-099 27 18 19.5682 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.21 -1.37 254.289 R-034 27 11 20.3864 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.33 263.151 R-100 27 18 10.3241 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.21 -1.36 254.479 R-035 27 11 11.9503 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.17 -1.32 263.323 R-101 27 18 1.2062 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.21 -1.36 254.666 R-036 27 11 3.0121 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.16 -1.32 263.496 R-102 27 17 52.1668 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.21 -1.36 254.851 R-037 27 10 54.2724 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.16 -1.32 263.668 R-103 27 17 43.0297 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.038 R-038 27 10 43.8938 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.16 -1.32 263.875 R-104 27 17 33.9767 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.222 R-039 27 10 36.9566 La 2.05 1.95 .39 -1.16 -1.32 264.016 R-105 27 17 24.7464 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.413 R-040 27 10 29.1391 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 264.176 T-106 27 17 16.1719 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.586 R-041 27 10 20.7542 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 264.347 R-107 27 17 6.4789 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.787 R-042 27 10 12.3722 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 264.517 T-108 27 16 56.8374 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 255.983 St. Lucie fillet R-109 27 16 48.5913 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 256.161 R-043 27 10 0.8042 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 264.836 R-110 27 16 39.7005 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 256.350 R-044 27 9 49.2360 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 265.049 R-111 27 16 30.4894 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.36 256.539 R-045 27 9 37.6679 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.16 -1.32 265.441 R-112 27 1621.3330 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.35 256.728 R-046 27 9 29.2970 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 265.610 R-113 27 16 12.3813 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.20 -1.35 256.915 R-047 27 9 21.0541 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 265.781 R-114 27 16 3.7185 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.094 R-048 27 9 13.0765 La 2.05 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 265.949 R-115 27 15 54.5604 La 2.06 1.96 .38 -1.19 -1.35 257.282 R-049 27 9 4.7292 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.131

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude=LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Martin County Martin County R-050 27 8 56.3819 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.295 R-101 27 1 56.9175 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.038 R-051 27 8 48.0345 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.465 R-102 27 1 48.7953 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.207 R-052 27 8 39.6872 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.635 R-103 27 1 40.7474 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.371 R-053 27 8 31.3398 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.823 R-104 27 1 32.1366 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.545 R-054 27 8 22.9923 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 266.984 R-105 27 1 23.6945 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.717 R-055 27 8 14.6449 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 267.155 R-106 27 1 14.6383 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 275.889 R-056 27 8 6.2974 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 267.325 R-107 27 1 7.3371 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 276.041 R-057 27 7 57.9499 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.15 -1.31 267.496 R-108 27 0 58.4881 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.27 276.218 R-058 27 7 49.6024 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.31 267.673 R-109 27 0 49.9716 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.27 276.389 R-059 27 7 41.2549 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 267.843 R-110 27 041.6296 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.27 276.556 R-060 27 7 32.9073 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.012 R-111 27 0 33.3331 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.27 276.717 R-061 27 7 24.1533 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.185 R-112 27 0 24.6525 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 276.891 R-062 27 7 15.7200 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.355 R-113 27 0 16.0367 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.061 R-063 27 7 7.0137 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.525 R-114 27 0 7.2646 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.232 R-064 27 6 58.7369 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.692 R-115 26 59 58.5662 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.402 R-065 27 6 50.1853 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 268.867 R-116 26 59 49.8902 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.570 R-066 27 641.9414 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 269.032 R-117 26 59 40.9847 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.741 R-067 27 6 34.0101 La 2.04 1.95 .40 -1.14 -1.30 269.198 R-118 26 59 31.9675 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 277.908 R-068 27 6 26.0788 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.14 -1.30 269.364 R-119 26 59 23.6726 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 278.069 R-069 27 6 18.1475 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.14 -1.30 269.530 R-120 26 59 15.3378 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.10 -1.26 278.240 R-070 27 6 9.8787 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.14 -1.30 269.708 R-121 26 59 6.8313 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.26 278.412 N R-071 27 6 1. 6099 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.30 269.885 R-122 26 58 58.7175 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.26 278.581 <0 R-072 27 5 54.2538 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.051 R-123 26 58 50.5411 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.26 278.751 R-073 27 5 46.1645 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.219 R-124 26 5841.9106 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.26 278.925 R-074 27 5 38.6388 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.374 R-125 26 58 33.9886 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.088 R-075 27 5 29.9409 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.558 R-126 26 58 25.3724 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.266 R-076A 27 5 21.7667 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.734 R-127 26 58 16.5670 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.433 R-077 27 5 14.6239 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 270.894PaLmBeach County R-078 27 5 6.9744 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 271.093 R-001 26 58 13.5739 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.492 R-079 27 4 58.7477 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 271.263 R-002 26 58 3.9212 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.680 R-080 27 4 50.5122 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 271.434 T-003 26 57 53.5358 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 279.885 R-081 27 4 42.7109 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 271.602 R-004 26 57 45.9415 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 280.037 R-082 27 4 34.5102 La 2.04 1.95 .41 -1.13 -1.29 271.776 R-005 26 57 42.4358 La 2.02 1.94 .42 -1.09 -1.25 280.117 R-083 27 4 26.0941 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.29 271.948 T-006 26 57 36.3692 La 2.02 1.94 .43 -1.09 -1.25 280.231 R-084 27 4 15.4411 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.29 272.163 T-007 26 57 27.3841 La 2.02 1.94 .43 -1.09 -1.25 280.407 R-085A 27 4 9.3682 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 272.310 R-008 26 57 16.5677 La 2.02 1.94 .43 -1.08 -1.25 280.625 R-086 27 3 58.3817 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 272.515 R-009 26 57 3.9631 La 2.02 1.94 .43 -1.08 -1.25 280.879 R-087 27 3 52.7748 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 272.633 R-010 26 56 56.1361 La 2.02 1.94 .43 -1.08 -1.25 281.036 R-088 27 3 46.0761 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 272.784 R-011 26 56 48.1985 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.25 281.191 R-089 27 3 36.9846 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 272.976 R-012 26 56 39.6356 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 281.379 R-090 27 3 28.4538 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.159 Jupiter Inlet R-091 27 3 20.7674 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.316 T-013 26 56 31.8771 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 281.542 R-092 27 3 12.8313 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.485 T-014 26 56 23.3522 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 281.730 R-093 27 3 4.5672 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.656 R-015 26 56 16.0944 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 281.865 R-094 27 2 56.2344 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.825 R-016 26 56 7.9561 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 282.027 R-095 27 2 47.7957 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.12 -1.28 273.996 T-017 26 56 0.2620 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 282.178 R-096 27 2 39.6089 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.11 -1.28 274.161 T-018 26 55 51.1291 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.08 -1.24 282.356 R-097 27 2 29.5416 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.11 -1.28 274.369 T-019 26 55 38.0204 La 2.02 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.24 282.607 R-098 27 2 23.1248 La 2.03 1.94 .41 -1.11 -1.27 274.501 T-020 26 55 26.4027 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.24 282.830 R-099 27 2 14.8765 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 274.671 R-021 26 55 14.3268 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.24 283.082 R-100 27 2 4.7605 La 2.03 1.94 .42 -1.11 -1.27 274.882

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW DistanceDNRLongitude = LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet(mi)Monu Latitude=LaNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= PaLmBeach CountyPaLmBeach CountyT-022 26 55 4.4865 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.24 283.272 R-073 26 46 41.1770 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.03 -1.19 293.191 T-023 26 54 54.5732 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 283.471 R-074 26 46 31.3564 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 293.382 T-024 26 54 44.5246 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 283.667 R-075 26 46 23.5104 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 293.561 1-025 26 54 34.0851 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 283.879 Lake Wo/'th I/llet T-026 26 54 24.7606 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 284.063 R-076 26 46 15.5867 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 293.844 T-027 26 54 15.4655 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 284.248 R-077 26 46 3.7974 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 294.065 T-028 26 54 4.8298 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 284.461 R-078 26 45 52.0950 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 294.271 T-029 26 53 55.5346 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.07 -1.23 284.645 R-079 26 45 41.3580 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.19 294.478 R-030 26 53 45.2233 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.23 284.855 R-080 2645 31.4174 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.02 -1.18 294.669 T-031 26 53 35.1985 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.23 285.049 R-081 26 45 20.4357 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.02 -1.18 294.879 T-032 26 53 25.6555 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.23 285.239 R-082 26 45 7.1839 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.02 -1.18 295.134 R-033 26 53 15.1070 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.23 285.449 T-083 26 44 54.0401 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 295.399 T-034 26 53 5.8355 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.23 285.633 R-084 26 44 42.2419 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 295.623 R-035 26 52 55.1455 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.22 285.848 R-085 26 44 32.7501 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 295.805 R-036 26 52 45.6166 La 2.01 1.93 .43 -1.06 -1.22 286.039 R-086 26 44 23.7297 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 295.977 R-037 26 52 33.5053 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.06 -1.22 286.284 R-087 26 44 10.7024 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 296.227 R-038 26 52 23.4026 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.06 -1.22 286.487 R-088 26 44 1.0377 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 296.415 R-039 26 52 15.4290 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.06 -1.22 286.642 R-089 26 43 51.8799 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 296.593 R-040 26 52 5.1658 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.05 -1.22 286.847 R-090 26 43 41.5099 La 1.99 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.18 296. 791 R-041 26 51 58.6794 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.05 -1.22 286.980 R-091 26 43 30.4406 La 1.98 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.17 297.002 R-042 26 51 49.5046 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.05 -1.22 287.159 R-092 26 43 18.9897 La 1.98 1.91 .45 -1.01 -1.17 297.222CIJR-043 26 51 39.9071 La 2.01 1.93 .44 -1.05 -1.22 287.345 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.44 -1.04 -1.21 289.136 R-102 26 41 24.7599 La 1.98 1.91 .46 -1.00 -1.16 299.463 R-053 26 49 59.3912 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 289.314 R-103 26 41 14.3322 La 1.98 1.91 .46 -.99 -1.16 299.668 R-054 26 49 51.8299 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 289.462 R-104 26 41 2.9646 La 1.98 1.91 .46 -.99 -1.16 299.888 R-055 264942.1525 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 289.651 R-105 26 40 49.6932 La 1.98 1.91 .46 -.99 -1.16 300.141 R-056 26 49 33.9038 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 289.816 R-106 26 40 38.3648 La 1.98 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.16 300.369 T-057 26 49 26.0429 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 289.968 R-107 26 40 27.2395 La 1.98 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.16 300.586 R-058 2649 17.1549 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.21 290.135 R-108 26 40 19.1618 La 1.98 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.16 300.738 R-059 26 49 8.0237 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.20 290.314 R-109 26 40 7.1520 La 1.98 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.16 300.968 R-060 26 48 58.4014 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.20 290.509 R-110 26 39 54.1033 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.16 301.218 R-061 26 48 45.7514 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.20 290.766 R-111 26 39 44.3390 La 1.97 1.90 .46-.99-1.15 301.408 R-062 26 48 34.7200 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.04 -1.20 290.983 T -112 26 39 33.0732 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.99 -1.15 301.637 R-063 26 48 23.3459 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 291.204 R-113 26 39 22.8216 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 301.834 T-064 26 48 12.8751 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 291.408 T -114 26 39 13.1871 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 302.017 R-065 26 48 2.5924 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 291.609 R-115 26 39 1. 7272 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 302.236 R-066 26 47 51.9704 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 291.816 R-116 26 38 52.1670 La 1.97 1.90 .46-.98-1.15 302.418 R-067 26 47 41.1100 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 292.029 T-117 26 38 41.8823 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 302.616 R-068 26 47 32.2052 La 2.00 1.92 .44 -1.03 -1.20 292.237 R-118 26 38 34.6344 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 302.754 R-069 26 47 20.8482 La 2.00 1.92 .45 -1.03 -1.19 292.434 R-119 26 38 22.9592 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 302.977 R-070 26 47 12.8470 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.03 -1.19 292.585 R-120 26 38 12.0129 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 303.185 R-071 26 47 0.6096 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.03 -1.19 292.816 R-121 26 38 4.8593 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 303.322 R-072 26 46 51.1294 La 1.99 1.92 .45 -1.03 -1.19 293 001

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude=LoMHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PaLmBeach County PaLm Beach CountyR-122 26 37 55.5292 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.98 -1.15 303 501 R-171 26 29 19.1452 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.93 -1.10 313.509 R-123 26 37 45.4032 La 1.97 1.90 .46-.98-1.14 303.694 R-172 26 29 8.5694 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.93 -1.10 313.713 T-124 26 37 36.5369 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 303.864 R-173 26 28 57.8356 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.93 -1.10 313.921 T-125 26 37 21.7842 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 304.148 R-174 26 28 47.8783 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.93 -1.10 314.113 R-126 263711.0143 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 304.354 R-175 26 28 34.9171 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.93 -1.10 314.365 R-127 26 37 0.3475 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 304.558 R-176 26 28 25.7194 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.10 314.542 R-128 26 36 50.1420 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 304.753 R-177 26 28 13.5265 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.09 314.778 R-129 26 36 38.5814 La 1.97 1.90 .46 -.97 -1.14 304.974 R-178 26 28 3.7447 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.09 314.968 R-130 26 36 25.4480 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.97 -1.14 305.225 R-179 26 27 52.5646 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.09 315.184 T-131 26 36 12.6254 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.97 -1.14 305.470 R-180 26 27 40.8412 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.09 315.410 T-132 26 36 1.3584 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.97 -1.14 305.685 R-181 26 27 30.6807 La 1.94 1.87 .47 -.92 -1.09 315.606 R-133 26 35 48.8463 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.97 -1.13 305.928 R-182 26 27 19.4559 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.92 -1.09 315.822 R-134 26 35 37.1798 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.96 -1.13 306.151 T-183 26 27 9.4933 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.92 -1.09 316.014 R-135 2635 24.1567 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.96 -1.13 306.401 R-184 26 26 58.2430 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.92 -1.09 316.230 R-136 26 35 14.5699 La 1.96 1.89 .46 -.96 -1.13 306.583 R-185 26 26 46.8129 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.92 -1.09 316.451 R-137 26 35 4.9187 La 1.96 1.89 .47-.96-1.13 306.768 R-186 26 26 38.2332 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.91 -1.09 316.617 R-138 26 34 58.1204 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 306.900 T-187 26 26 29.5370 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.91 -1.09 316.789 R-139 26 34 45.8903 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 307.135 R-188 26 26 15.2796 La 1.93 1.87 .48 -.91 -1.08 317.060 R-140 26 34 35.3421 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 307.336 R-189 26 26 5. 1566 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 317.253 R-141 26 34 25.0085 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 307.535 T-190 26 25 56.4486 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 317.420 R-142 26 34 14.7778 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 307.731 R-191 26 25 44.9992 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 317.641 W R-143 26 34 4.8476 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.96 -1.13 307.922 R-192 26 25 33.0515 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 317.870 T-144 26 33 55.4448 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 308.107 R-193 26 25 21.1035 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 318.100 R-145 26 33 44.4303 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 308.324 R-194 26 25 13.1498 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 318.252 R-146 26 33 34.0705 La 1.96 1.89 .47-.95-1.12 308.527 R-195 26 25 6.8617 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 318.373 R-147 26 33 24.1708 La 1.96 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 308.725 T-196 26 24 53.7490 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.91 -1.08 318.626 R-148 26 33 13.0165 La 1.95 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 308.935 R-197 26 24 45.2220 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.08 318.788 R-149 26 33 3.6184 La 1.95 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 309.116 R-198 26 24 34.3034 La 1.93 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.08 318.998 R-150 26 32 56.9673 La 1.95 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 309.242 R-199 26 24 23.5826 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.08 319.203 R-151 26 32 46.3265 La 1.95 1.89 .47 -.95 -1.12 309.442 R-200 26 24 15.0537 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 319.366 South Lake Worth (BoYl/tol/) II/let R-201 26 24 4.1668 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 319.575 T-152 26 32 38.0506 La 1.95 1.88 .47-.95-1.12 309.642 R-202 26 23 52.7558 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 319.794 R-153 26 32 25.0583 La 1.95 1.88 .47-.95-1.12 309.899 T-203 26 23 41.7955 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 320.005 R-154 26 32 15.2353 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.95 -1.12 310.090 R-204 26 23 28.5917 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 320.272 R-155 26 32 5.1614 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.12 310.283 T-205 26 23 20.6717 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 320.416 R-156 26 31 52.2210 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 310.548 R-206 26 23 9.7424 La 1.92 1.86 .48 -.90 -1.07 320.627 R-157 26 31 42.3908 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 310.736 T-207 26 23 1.1090 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.90 -1.07 320. 791 R-158 26 31 35.3895 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 310.873 R-208 262247.1358 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.07 321.058 R-159 26 31 28.5635 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 311.005 R-209 26 22 35.4472 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.07 321.281 R-160 26 31 16.8827 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 311.231 R-210 26 22 25.9019 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.07 321.467 R-161 26 31 8.3898 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 311.396 T-211 26 22 17.0892 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 321.637 T-162 263057.1160 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 311.614 R-212 26 22 6.6768 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 321.836 R-163 26 30 46.5186 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 311.820 T-213 26 21 54.3745 La 1.92 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 322. 071 R-164 26 30 35.5504 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 312.034 T-214 26 21 44.0272 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 322.253 R-165 26 30 25.9323 La 1.95 1.88 .47 -.94 -1.11 312.221 T-215 26 21 34.8537 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 322.459 R-166 26 30 14.3272 La 1.94 1.88 .47 -.93 -1.11 312.443 R-216 26 21 25.5561 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 322.638 R-167 26 30 5.3023 La 1.94 1.88 .47 -.93 -1.10 312.617 R-217 26 21 15.9205 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.89 -1.06 322.822 T-168 26 29 51.8162 La 1.94 1.88 .47 -.93 -1.10 312.881 R-218 26 21 0.1788 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.88 -1.06 323.122 R-169 26 29 41.0111 La 1.94 1.88 .47 -.93 -1.10 313.091 R-219 26 20 49.9876 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.88 -1.06 323.321 R-170 26 29 30.3760 La 1.94 1.88 .47 -.93 -1.10 313.291 R-220 26 20 36.6475 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.88 -1.06 323.580 R-221 26 20 29.4607 La 1.91 1.85 .48 -.88 -1.05 323.717

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude= loMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNRLongitude = loMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLWDistanceRange or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi)MonuLatitude= laNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)Monu Latitude = laNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)======================================================================= ======================================================================= Palm Beach County Broward County T-222 26 20 19.4565 la 1.91 1.84 .48-.88-1.05 323.909 T-042 24 19 33.2555 la 1.88 1.81 .49 -.84 -1.01 332.913 Boca Raton Inlet R-043 26 12 35.8317 la 1.88 1.81 .49 -.84 -1.01 333.091 R-223 26 20 5.3266 la 1.91 1.84 .48 -.88 -1.05 324.241 R-044 26 12 27.8065 la 1.88 1.81 .49 -.84 -1.01 333.247 R-224 26 19 52.2572 la 1.91 1.84 .48 -.88 -1.05 324.495 R-045 26 12 16.4126 la 1.88 1.81 .49 -.84 -1.01 333.470 T-225 26 19 42.0007 la 1.91 1.84 .48 -.88 -1.05 324.720 R-046 26 12 7.4607 la 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 333.639 R-226 26 1933.7047 la 1.91 1.84 .48 -.88 -1.05 324.883 R-047 26 12 0.9834 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 333.766 R-227 26 19 23.5973 La 1.91 1.84 .48 -.88 -1.05 325.078 R-048 26 11 48.4222 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 334.008 Broward County R-049 26 11 37.2559 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 334.221 R-001 26 19 14.0495 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.05 325.263 R-050 26 11 26.1026 la 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 334.434 R-002 26 19 4.6314 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.05 325.442 R-051 26 11 17.4861 la 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 334.599 R-003 26 18 54.5777 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.05 325.636 T-052 26 11 6.9932 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.01 334.804 R-004 26 18 44.4994 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.05 325.829 R-053 26 10 58.4875 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.00 334.967 R-005 26 18 35.5890 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.001 R-054 26 10 47.6848 La 1.87 1.81 .49 -.83 -1.00 335.174 R-006 26 18 25.3562 la 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.199 R-055 26 10 37.7843 La 1.87 1.80 .49 -.83 -1.00 335.367 R-007 26 18 14.8400 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.400 R-056 26 10 28.6786 La 1.87 1.80 .49 -.83 -1.00 335.544 R-008 26 18 6.1336 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.568 R-057 26 10 18.9632 La 1.87 1.80 .49 -.83 -1.00 335.731 R-009 26 17 55.9277 La 1.90 1.84 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.766 R-058 26 10 7.7450 La 1.87 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 335.946 R-010 26 17 45.9460 la 1.90 1.83 .48 -.87 -1.04 326.957 R-059 26 9 58.9791 La 1.87 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 336.114 R-011 26 17 36.0914 La 1.90 1.83 .48 -.87 -1.04 327.146 R-060 26 9 49.1745 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 336.303 R-012 26 17 26.2158 La 1.90 1.83 .48 -.86 -1.04 327.334 R-061 26 9 39.4993 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 336.493 VJ R-013 26 17 16.3086 La 1.90 1.83 .48 -.86 -1.04 327.524 R-062 26 9 29.4090 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 336.691 N R-014 26 17 6.2656 la 1.90 1.83 .48 -.86 -1.04 327.717 T -063 26 9 21.5452 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 336.840 R-015 26 16 56.6913 la 1.90 1.83 .48 -.86 -1.04 327.901 R-064 26 9 9.5385 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -1.00 337.072 R-016 26 16 46.6868 La 1.90 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.04 328.092 T-065 26 9 0.3438 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -.99 337.252 R-017 26 16 37.0145 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 328.278 R-066 26 8 50.6306 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -.99 337.439 R-018 26 16 27.0537 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 328.469 R-067 26 8 40.8165 La 1.86 1.80 .49 -.82 -.99 337.627 R-019 26 16 17.0142 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 328.661 T-068 26 8 30.3792 La 1.86 1.79 .49 -.82 -.99 337.827 R-020 26 16 7.0074 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 328.853 T-069 26 8 20.6923 La 1.86 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.015 T-021 26 15 57.2794 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 329.039 R-070 26 8 11.7140 La 1.86 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.187 T-022 26 15 43.6673 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.86 -1.03 329.300 R-071 26 8 0.3980 La 1.86 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.402 R-023 26 15 37.1543 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.85 -1.03 329.424 T-072 26 7 51.4039 La 1.86 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.573 R-024 26 15 31.2784 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.85 -1.03 329.537 R-073 26 7 40.0350 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.791 Hillsboro Inlet R-074 26 7 31. 2888 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 338.959 R-025 26 15 27.7428 La 1.89 1.83 .49 -.85 -1.03 329.610 R-075 26 7 20.3838 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 339.175 T-026 26 15 20.1585 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.03 329.883 R-076 26 7 10.7766 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.99 339.356 R-027 26 15 10.4726 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.03 330.077 R-077 26 6 59.0795 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.98 339.580 R-028 26 15 0.2299 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.03 330.268 R-078 26 6 48.9804 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.98 339.774 R-029 26 14 52.0177 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 330.451 R-079 26 6 38.5975 La 1.85 1.79 .49 -.81 -.98 339.974 R-030 26 14 42.2247 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 330.644 R-080 26 6 27.6693 La 1.85 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 340.194 R-031 26 14 32.9303 La 1.89 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 330.828 R-081 26 6 16.8553 La 1.85 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 340.402 R-032 26 14 21.3289 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 331.056 R-082 26 6 6.5283 La 1.85 1.78 .49 -.80-.98340.598 T-033 26 14 13.6654 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 331.205 R-083 26 5 56.4423 La 1.85 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 340.787 R-034 26 14 3.4249 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.85 -1.02 331.402 R-084 26 5 47.6258 La 1.85 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 340.973 R-035 26 13 53.4338 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 331.594 R-085 26 5 43.3866 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 341.125 R-036 26 13 42.1020 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 331.809 Port Everglades R-037 26 13 33.3106 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 331.978 R-086 26 5 29.9351 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 341.354 R-038 26 13 23.9803 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 332.156 T-087 26 5 20.7369 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.98 341.539 R-039 26 13 14.5352 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 332.338 T-088 26 5 11.4290 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.97 341.717 R-040 26 13 4.3670 La 1.88 1.82 .49 -.84 -1.02 332.536 T-089 26 5 1.1014 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.97 341.914 R-041 26 12 55.6040 la 1.88 1.81 .49-.84-1.01 332.706 T-090 26 4 51.4307 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.80 -.97 342.103

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLWDistanceRange or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)Monu Latitude= LaNGVD) NGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)======================================================================= ======================================================================= Broward County Dade County T-091 26 4 41.3051 La 1.84 1.78 .49 -.79 -.97 342.296 R-013 25 5621.8876 La 1.80 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 351.870 R-092 26 4 31.0601 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 342.492 R-014 25 56 10.9087 La 1.80 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 352.081 R-093 26 4 20.8108 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 342. 691 R-015 25 56 1.9479 La 1.79 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 352.253 R-094 26 4 11.2683 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 342.874 R-016 25 55 50.9947 La 1.79 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 352.463 R-095 26 4 1.8546 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 343.053 R-017 25 55 39.7532 La 1.79 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 352.679 R-096 26 3 52.0681 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 343.240 R-018 25 55 29.4183 La 1.79 1.73 .49 -.74 -.92 352.877 T-097 26 3 42.6557 La 1.84 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 343.420 R-019 25 55 18.5164 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 353.085 T-098 26 3 31.9859 La 1.83 1.77 .49 -.79 -.97 343.623 R-020 25 55 7.5870 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 353.296 T-099 26 3 22.5863 La 1.83 1.77 .49 -.79-.97343.805 T-021 25 54 57.7117 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 353.485 R-100 26 3 12.7796 La 1.83 1.77 .49-.79-.96 343.995 R-022 25 54 47.8520 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 353.673 T-101 26 3 1.4770 La 1.83 1.77 .49 -.79 -.96 344.212 R-023 25 54 38.1272 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 353.859 T-102 26 2 51.6416 La 1.83 1.77 .49-.78-.96344.402 R-024 25 54 28.2449 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 354.048 R-103 26 2 41.6048 La 1.83 1.77 .49 -.78 -.96 344.596 R-025 25 54 18.5726 La 1.79 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 354.233 R-104 26 231.4695 La 1.83 1.76 .49 -.78 -.96 344.790 R-026 25 54 8.0956 La 1.78 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 354.434 R-105 26 2 21.6996 La 1.83 1.76 .49 -.78 -.96 344.977 Baker's Haulover/Illet R-106 26 2 11.8704 La 1.83 1.76 .49 -.78-.96345.165 R-027 25 53 56.7150 La 1.78 1.72 .49 -.74 -.92 354.650 R-107 26 2 2.3283 La 1.83 1.76 .49-.78 -.96345.348 R-028 25 53 46.5888 La 1.78 1.72 .49 -.74-.92354.843 R-108 26 1 52.1249 La 1.83 1.76 .49-.78 -.96345.543 R-029 24 19 33.2555 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 355.036 R-109 26 1 41.8423 La 1.83 1.76 .49 -.78 -.96 345.740 R-030 25 53 27.0862 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 355.217 R-110 26 1 31.2821 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.78-.96345.943 R-031 25 53 15.6773 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 355.437 T-111 26 1 21.4425 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.78 -.95 346.131 R-032 25 53 5.6448 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 355.627(,.JT-112 26 1 11.2704 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.78 -.95 346.326 R-033 25 52 56.0444 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 355.811(,.JR-113 26 1 2.0517 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.77 -.95 346.502 R-034 25 52 46.0398 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 356.002 T-114 26 0 52.4367 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.77 -.95 346.687 R-035 25 52 33.8589 La 1.78 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 356.235 T-115 26 0 42.1297 La 1.82 1.76 .49 -.77-.95346.885 R-036 25 52 22.6425 La 1.77 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 356.458 R-116 26 0 32.0846 La 1.82 1.75 .49 -.77 -.95 347.077 T-037 25 52 12.2388 La 1.77 1.71 .49 -.73 -.91 356.659 R-117 26 0 22.2957 La 1.82 1.75 .49 -.77-.95347.264 T-038 25 52 1.4009 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.73 -.91 356.870 T -118 26 0 11.6275 La 1.82 1.75 .49-.77 -.95347.469 T-039 25 51 50.0681 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.91 357.087 R-119 26 0 1.6585 La 1.82 1.75 .49 -.77 -.95 347.659 R-040 25 51 39.0899 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 357.296 R-120 25 59 50.6638 La 1.82 1.75 .49 -.77 -.95 347.873 R-041 25 51 29.0473 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 357.489 R-121 25 59 39.8788 La 1.81 1.75 .49 -.77 -.95 348.078 R-042 25 51 17.9250 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 357.702 R-122 25 59 29.9992 La 1.81 1.75 .49 -.77-.95348.267 R-043 25 51 6.6057 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 357.919 R-123 25 59 19.9418 La 1.81 1.75 .49 -.77 -.94 348.460 R-044 25 50 57.7300 La 1.77 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 358.089 R-124 25 59 9.1052 La 1.81 1.75 .49 -.76 -.94 348.671 R-045 25 50 48.2368 La 1.76 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 358.270 R-125 25 58 58.4938 La 1.81 1.75 .49 -.76-.94348.874 T-046 25 50 39.0767 La 1.76 1.70 .49 -.72 -.90 358.445 T-126 25 58 48.4712 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 349.065 R-047 25 50 29.5256 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.72 -.90 358.634 R-127 25 58 38.4328 La 1.81 1.74 .49-.76 -.94349.257 R-048 25 50 18.9500 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.72 -.90 358.833 R-128 25 58 29.2007 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76-.94349.434 R-049 25 50 9.1011 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.72 -.90 359.021 Dade County R-050 25 49 59.2781 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.71 -.90 359.209 R-001 25 58 29.2820 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 349.434 R-051 25 49 50.0615 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.71 -.90 359.388 R-002 25 58 18.9889 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 349.629 R-052 25 49 38.3219 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.71 -.89 359.611 R-003 25 58 8.0887 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 349.837 R-053 25 49 27.3761 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.71 -.89 359.823 R-004 25 57 57.6356 La 1.81 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 350.038 R-054 25 49 15.4560 La 1.76 1.69 .49 -.71 -.89 360.049 T-005 25 57 46.8641 La 1.80 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 350.244 R-055 25 49 4.2208 La 1.75 1.69 .49 -.71 -.89 360.267 R-006 25 57 36.7570 La 1.80 1.74 .49 -.76 -.94 350.437 R-056 25 48 53.4238 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.71 -.89 360.475 R-007 25 57 24.8997 La 1.80 1.74 .49 -.75 -.93 350.663 R-057 25 48 43.1827 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.71 -.89 360.675 R-008 25 57 15.8347 La 1.80 1.74 .49 -.75 -.93 350.837 R-058 25 48 33.3476 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.71 -.89 360.864 T-009 25 57 8. 1398 La 1.80 1.74 .49 -.75 -.93 350.996 R-059 25 48 23.6039 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.71-.89361.058 R-010 25 56 53.2085 La 1.80 1.73 .49 -.75-.93351.271 R-060 25 48 15.1383 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.71 -.89 361.228 R-011 25 56 42.7708 La 1.80 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 351.470 R-061 25 48 6.4045 La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.70 -.89 361.416 T-012 25 56 32.0139 La 1.80 1.73 .49 -.75 -.93 351.676

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======================================================================= =======================================================================DNR Range MonuLongitude= Loor Latitude= LaMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLWDistance(feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)Longitude= LoorLatitude=LaDNR Range MonuMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance(feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= R-109 25 40 46.1455 La R-110 25 40 36.0053 La R-111 25 40 25.4184 La R-112 25 40 14.9605 La R-113 25 40 5.4846 La Cape Florida Dade County 1.70 1.621.70 1.621 70 1 .621.69 1.62 1.69 1.62 .48 .48 .48 .48 .48 -.66 -.66 -.66 -.66 -.66-.85 370.297 -.85 370.490 -.84 370.700 -.84 370.906 -.84 371.116======================================================================= DadeCounty R-062 25 47 57.9478La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.70 -.89 361.587 R-06325 47 48.3974La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.70 -.88 361.774 R-06425 47 41.3797La 1.75 1.68 .49 -.70 -.88 361.919 R-06525 47 31.0076La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 362.128 R-06625 47 19.5578La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 362.349 R-06725 47 10.1230La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 362.529 R-068 25 47 0.1310 La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 362.733 R-06925 46 49.3682La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 362.940 R-07025 46 38.2138La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 363.159 R-07125 46 27.6331La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.70 -.88 363.365 R-07225 46 17.9020La 1.74 1.67 .49 -.69 -.88 363.556 R-073 25 46 7.1439 La 1.74 1.66 .49 -.69 -.88 363.761 R-07425 45 56.5179La 1.73 1.66 .49 -.69 -.88 363.961 Government Cut R-07525 45 42.6917La 1.73 1.66 .49 -.69 -.87 364.320 T-07625 45 35.6495La 1.73 1.66 .49 -.69 -.87 364.491 R-07725 45 26.3241La 1.73 1.66 .49 -.69 -.87 364.068 R-07825 45 22.3521La 1.73 1.66 .48 -.69 -.87 364.814 MorrisCutT-07925 44 57.1229La 1.73 1.66 .48 -.69 -.87 365.312CIJR-080 25 44 47.0769La 1.73 1.65 .48 -.68 -.87 365.544.j::o. R-081 25 44 38.6609La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.87 365.720 T-08225 44 29.3745La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.87 365.906 T-08325 44 22.6083La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.87 366.057 R-08425 44 16.6278La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.87 366.200 T-08525 44 11.8820La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.86 366.326 T-086 25 44 8.9291 La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.86 366.418 T -087 25 44 2.2565 La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.86 366.578 R-08825 43 55.7654La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.86 366.740 R-08925 43 39.8433La 1.72 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 366.973 R-09025 43 42.3634La 1.72 1.65 .48 -.68 -.86 366.887 T-09124 19 33.2555La 1.72 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 367.095 BearCutT-09225 43 31.6256La 1.72 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 367.024 T-09325 43 20.6425La 1.72 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 367.225 R-09425 43 10.6894La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 367.421 T-095 25 43 1.3902 La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.68 -.86 367.631 T-09625 42 52.4457La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.67 -.86 367.816 R-09725 42 41.2255La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.67 -.86 368.022 R-09825 42 30.7946La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.67 -.86 368.222 R-09925 42 22.0977La 1.71 1.64 .48 -.67 -.86 368.432 T-10025 42 12.9547La 1.71 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 368.620 R-101 25 42 3.7205 La 1.71 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 368.803 R-10225 41 53.4120La 1.71 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 369.000 R-10325 41 44.1657La 1.70 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 369.177 R-10425 41 34.2847La 1.70 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 369.366 R-10525 41 24.4552La 1.70 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 369.554 R-10625 41 14.6964La 1.70 1.63 .48 -.67 -.85 369.741 R-107 25 41 5.4428 La 1.70 1.63 .48 -.66 -.85 369.917 R-10825 40 55.6188La 1.70 1.62 .48 -.66 -.85 370.110

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Appendix 2. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, and alongshore distances for the Rorida Lower Gulf Coast (updated after Balsillie and others, 1987b) Note: Centered headers indicate the County; left-justified, italicized names indicate location of inlets. 35

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude= LoMHHW f1HWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (roi) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= Pine L Las County PineLlas County Hog Island Pass R-046 27 58 17.0716 La 1.65 1.29 .35-.60-1.13 8.268 R-001 28 4 57.7958 La 1.73 1.37 .35 -.66 -1.20 .000 R-047 27 58 6.9013 La 1.65 1.29 .35 -.60 -1.13 8.459 R-002 28 4 52.4848 La 1.73 1.37 .35-.66-1.20 .160 R-048 27 58 0.3263 La 1.65 1.29 .35 -.59 -1.13 8.638 R-003 28 4 43.5598 La 1.73 1.37 .35 -.66 -1.20 .338 R-049 27 57 55.7870 La 1.64 1.29 .35 -.59 -1.13 8.758 R-004 28 4 34.1475 La 1.72 1.36 .35 -.66 -1.20 .507 R-050 27 57 51.7593 La 1.64 1.29 .35-.59-1.12 8.830 R-005 28 4 23.9249 La 1.72 1.36 .35 -.66 -1.19 .722 Clearwater (Little) Pass R-006 28 4 15.6520 La 1.72 1.36 .35 -.66 -1.19 .887 R-051 27 57 37.3426 La 1.64 1.29 .35 -.59 -1.12 9.108 R-007 28 4 6.9122 La 1.72 1.36 .35 -.65 -1.19 1.051 R-052 27 57 30.5658 La 1.64 1.28 .35 -.59 -1.12 9.242 R-008 28 3 58.7231 La 1.71 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.19 1.418 T-053 27 57 25.4776 La 1.64 1.28 .35 -.59 -1.12 9.399 R-009 28 3 50.0749 La 1.71 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.19 1.680 R-054 27 57 16.5744 La 1.64 1.28 .35 -.59 -1.12 9.572 R-010 28 3 39.8696 La 1.71 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.19 1.876 T-055 27 57 5.5738 La 1.64 1.28 .35 -.58 -1.12 9.758 R-011 28 3 33.0448 La 1.71 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.18 2.069 R-056 27 56 58.3716 La 1.63 1.28 .35 -.58 -1.11 10.017 R-012 28 3 25.8966 La 1.71 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.18 2.275 R-057 27 56 49.2391 La 1.63 1.28 .35 -.58 -1.11 10. 211 R-013 28 3 24.6348 La 1.70 1.35 .35 -.65 -1.18 2.337 R-058 27 56 40.4212 La 1.63 1.28 .35 -.58 -1.11 10.399 R-014 28 3 19.6089 La 1.70 1.34 .35 -.64 -1.18 2.488 R-059 27 56 31.4347 La 1.63 1.27 .35 -.58 -1.11 10.587 T-015 28 3 15.7299 La 1.70 1.34 .35-.64-1.18 2.595 R-060 27 56 21.5886 La 1.63 1.27 .35 -.58 -1.11 10.778 Hurricane Pass T-061 27 56 12.1827 La 1.63 1.27 .35 -.57 -1.10 10.975 Willy's Cut R-062 27 56 3.3541 La 1.62 1.27 .35 -.57 -1.10 11.167 R-016 28 3 2.2069 La 1.70 1.34 .35 -.64 -1.18 2.844 R-063 27 55 54.8797 La 1.62 1.27 .35 -.57 -1.10 11.336 R-017 28 2 54.9814 La 1.70 1.34 .35-.64-1.18 2.919 R-064 27 55 46.3828 La 1.62 1.27 .35 -.57 -1.10 11.504wR-018 28 2 47.8702 la 1.70 1.34 .35 -.64 -1.18 2.985 R-065 27 55 36.5146 la 1.62 1.27 .35 -.57 -1.10 11.697(J)R-019 28 2 37.6385 la 1.70 1.34 .35 -.64 -1.18 3.189 R-066 27 55 26.3143 la 1.62 1.26 .35 -.57 -1.09 11.898 R-020 28 2 27.4673 la 1.69 1.34 .35 -.64 -1.17 3.385 R-067 27 55 16.5762 la 1.62 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.09 12.087 R-021 28 2 17.7899 la 1.69 1.33 .35 -.64 -1.17 3.570 R-068 27 55 7.6051 La 1.62 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.09 12.261 R-022 28 2 7.9741 la 1.69 1.33 .35 -.63 -1.17 3.758 R-069 27 54 58.2911 La 1.61 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.09 12.443 R-023 28 1 57.9153 la 1.69 1.33 .35 -.63 -1.17 3.949 R-070 27 54 48.5341 La 1.61 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.09 12.633 R-024 28 1 47.9796 la 1.69 1.33 .35 -.63 -1.17 4.143 R-071 27 54 38.6777 La 1.61 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.09 12.826 T-025 28 1 39.3182 la 1.69 1.33 .35 -.63 -1.17 4.324 R-072 27 54 28.2392 La 1.61 1.26 .35 -.56 -1.08 13.029 R-026 28 1 30.5130 La 1.68 1.33 .35 -.63 -1.16 4.511 R-073 27 54 18.0246 La 1.61 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.08 13.227 R-027 28 1 21.2722 La 1.68 1.32 .35 -.63 -1.16 4.702 R-074 27 54 7.6114 La 1.61 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.08 13.430 T-028 28 1 14.9894 La 1.68 1.32 .35 -.63 -1.16 4.835 R-075 27 53 58.3719 La 1.61 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.08 13.607 R-029 28 1 5.6512 La 1.68 1.32 .35 -.62 -1.16 5.016 R-076 27 53 49.3454 La 1.60 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.08 13.783 T -030 28 0 56.9561 La 1.68 1.32 .35 -.62 -1.16 5.181 R-077 27 53 41.0861 La 1.60 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.07 13.942 R-031 28 0 46.9798 La 1.68 1.32 .35-.62-1.16 5.372 R-078 27 53 31.1292 La 1.60 1.25 .35 -.55 -1.07 14. 134 Dunedin Pass R-079 27 53 21.4297 La 1.60 1.25 .35 -.54 -1.07 14.322 R-032 28 037.1554 la 1.67 1.32 .35 -.62 -1.15 5.567 R-080 27 53 11.4439 la 1.60 1.24 .35 -.54 -1.07 14.515 R-033 28 0 27.6975 La 1.67 1.31 .35 -.62 -1.15 5.754 R-081 27 53 2.0937 La 1.60 1.24 .35 -.54 -1.07 14.694 R-034 28 0 17.7162 La 1.67 1.31 .35 -.62 -1.15 5.946 R-082 27 52 52.1281 La 1.60 1.24 .35 -.54 -1.06 14.885 R-035 28 0 6.5887 La 1.67 1.31 .35 -.62 -1.15 6.152 R-083 27 52 42.2984 La 1.59 1.24 .35 -.54 -1.06 15.074 R-036 27 59 57.4305 La 1.67 1.31 .35 -.61 -1.15 6.340 R-084 27 52 31.8680 La 1.59 1.24 .35 -.54 -1.06 15.273 R-037 27 59 47.5506 La 1.66 1.31 .35 -.61 -1.15 6.530 R-085 27 52 21.7515 La 1.59 1.24 .35 -.53 -1.06 15.471 R-038 27 59 37.8700 La 1.66 1.31 .35 -.61 -1.14 6.716 R-086 27 52 11.9433 La 1.59 1.24 .35 -.53 -1.06 15.659 R-039 27 59 27.8163 La 1.66 1.30 .35 -.61 -1.14 6.908 R-087 27 52 2.0685 La 1.59 1.24 .35 -.53 -1.05 15.850 R-040 27 59 17.5172 La 1.66 1.30 .35 -.61 -1.14 7.105 R-088 27 51 51.9356 La 1.59 1.23 .35-.53-1.05 16.046 T-041 27 59 7. 0091 La 1.66 1.30 .35 -.61 -1.14 7.306 R-089 27 51 41.9605 La 1.59 1.23 .35 -.53 -1.05 16.248 R-042 27 58 57.5139 La 1.66 1.30 .35 -.60 -1.14 7.487 R-090 27 51 34.0083 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.05 16. 403 R-043 27 58 46.5230 La 1.65 1.30 .35 -.60 -1.14 7.699 R-091 27 51 24.8890 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.05 16.582 R-044 27 58 36.5601 La 1.65 1.30 .35 -.60 -1.13 7.891 R-092 27 51 14.7113 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.04 16.782 R-045 27 58 26.8862 La 1.65 1.29 .35 -.60 -1.13 8.080 R-093 27 51 5.2538 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.04 16.972 R-094 27 50 56.4994 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.04 17.152

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude=LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Lat i tude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= PineLlas County PineL Las County R-095 27 50 46.1829 La 1.58 1.23 .35 -.52 -1.04 17.372 Blind Pass T-096 27 50 36.9984 La 1.58 1.22 .36 -.51 -1.04 17.576 T-144 27 44 15.8582 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.43 -.94 26.822 R-097 27 50 28.6755 La 1.58 1.22 .36 -.51 -1.03 17.744 R-145 27 44 10.8680 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.43 -.94 27.002 T-098 27 50 19.9299 La 1.57 1.22 .36-.51-1.03 17.942 R-146 27 44 3.2387 La 1.52 1.17 .37-.43-.94 27. 198 R-099 27 50 11.8526 La 1.57 1.22 .36 -.51 -1.03 18.129 R-147 27 43 57.7142 La 1.52 1.17 .37-.43-.94 27.344 T-100 27 50 2.1594 La 1.57 1.22 .36-.51-1.03 18.344 T-148 27 43 49.4570 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.43 -.94 27.526 R-101 27 49 53.1148 La 1.57 1.22 .36 -.51 -1.03 18.540 R-149274341.5737 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.43 -.94 27.723 R-102 27 49 43.9878 La 1.57 1.22 .36-.50-1.02 18.738 T-150 27 43 30.9510 La 1.51 1.17 .37 -.42 -.93 27.927 R-103 27 49 35.5660 La 1.57 1.22 .36 -.50 -1.02 18.920 T-1512743 21.1388La 1.51 1.17 .37 -.42 -.93 28.129 T-104 27 49 26.0894 La 1.57 1.21 .36 -.50 -1.02 19.143 R-152 2743 11.8918 La 1.51 1.17 .37 -.42 -.93 28.315 R-105 27 49 15.7688 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.50 -1.02 19.357 R-153 27 43 2.0360 La 1.51 1.17 .37 -.42 -.93 28.511 T-106 27 49 8.2367 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.50 -1.02 19.542 T-154 27 42 52.1692 La 1.51 1.16 .37 -.42 -.93 28.703 R-107 27 49 1.7052 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.01 19.741 T-155 27 42 42.5625 La 1.51 1.16 .37 -.42 -.92 28. 891 R-108 27 48 54.0710 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.01 19.933 R-156 27 42 32.5761 La 1.51 1.16 .37 -.42 -.92 29.082 R-109 27 48 45.4368 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.01 20.140 R-157 27 42 22.3077 La 1.51 1.16 .37 .41 -.92 29.277 R-110 27 48 39.6720 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.01 20. 336 R-158 2742 12.1012 La 1.51 1.16 .37 -.41 -.92 29.473 R-111 27 48 34.8309 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.01 20.532 R-159 27 42 2.2563 La 1.51 1.16 .37 -.41 -.92 29.661 R-112 27 48 27.8104 La 1.56 1.21 .36 -.49 -1.00 20.721 T-160 27 41 52.0436 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.41 -.92 29.856 R-113 27 48 22.5349 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -1.00 20.903 R-161 27 41 42.3836 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.41 -.91 30.038 T -114 27 48 13.0604 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -1.00 21.134 T-162 27 41 33.2624 La 1.50 1.16 .38 .41 -.91 30.213 T-115 27 48 8.1286 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -1.00 21.264 R-163 27 41 23.4263 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.41 -.91 30.402wR-116 27 48 2.5853 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -1.00 21.453 R-164 27 41 13.5330 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.40 -.91 30.589"R-11727 47 56.2580 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -.99 21.669 R-165 27 41 4.1308 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.40 -.91 30.767 R-118 27 47 49.2120 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.48 -.99 21 .861 R-166 27 40 58.6007 La 1.50 1.16 .38 -.40 -.91 30.873 R-119 27 47 41.9814 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.47 -.99 22.049 Pass-a-Grille, Three Unnamed Inlets, Bunces Pass R-120 27 47 35.6822 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.47 -.99 22.248 T-167 27 38 37.3465 La 1.49 1.15 .38 -.38 -.88 33.490 R-121 27 47 28.1193 La 1.55 1.20 .36 -.47 -.99 22.444 T-168 27 38 42.0208 La 1.49 1.15 .38 -.38 -.88 33.459 R-122 27 47 19.9491 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.47 -.98 22.651 R-169 27 38 32.2019 La 1.49 1.14 .38 -.38 -.88 33.697 R-123 27 47 14.0136 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.47 -.98 22.814 R-170 27 38 23.8833 La 1.49 1.14 .38 -.38 -.88 33.913 R-124 27 47 5.6960 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.47 -.98 22.997 R-171 27 38 13.6809 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.38 -.88 34.116 John's Pass R-172 27 38 6.2020 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.38 -.88 34.312 T-125 27 47 1.1434 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.47 -.98 23.086 R-173 27 37 53.6913 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.38 -.87 34.542 R-126 27 46 53.0931 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.46 -.98 23.243 T-174 27 37 43.8978 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 34.718 R-127 27 46 42.0121 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.46 -.98 23.480 T-175 27 37 33.4991 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 34.916 R-128 27 46 33.5468 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.46 -.97 23.683 R-176 27 37 23.4633 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.108 R-129 27 46 27.3954 La 1.54 1.19 .36 -.46 -.97 23.876 T-177 27 37 13.2420 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.299 R-130 27 46 19.5321 La 1.54 1.19 .37 -.46 -.97 24.091 T-178 27 37 3.2595 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.489 R-131 27 46 13.3162 La 1.53 1.19 .37 -.45 -.97 24.307 R-179 27 36 54.1130 La 1.48 1.14 .39 -.37 -.87 35.670 R-132 27 46 3.6553 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.45 -.97 24.527 R-180 27 36 45.4289 La 1.48 1.14 .39 -.37 -.86 35.851 R-133 27 45 53.2789 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.45 -.96 24.739 Egmont Channel (Tampa Bay Entrance) R-134 27 45 43.5948 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.45 -.96 24.936 R-181 27 36 42.5656 La 1.48 1.14 .39 -.37 -.86 35.878 T-135 27 45 32.1694 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.45 -.96 25.162 T-182 27 36 49.0605 La 1.48 1.14 .39 -.37 -.86 35.708 R-136 27 45 23.4882 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.45 -.96 25.336 T-183 27 36 54.5871 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.565 T-137 27 45 13.5440 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.44 -.96 25.542 R-184 27 36 59.4423 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.487 R-138 27 45 3.5287 La 1.53 1.18 .37 -.44 -.95 25.741 T-185 27 37 3.1694 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.394 R-139 27 44 54.3892 La 1.52 1.18 .37 -.44 -.95 25.935 R-186 27 37 7.3288 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.289 R-140 27 44 45.3065 La 1.52 1.18 .37 -.44 -.95 26. 128 T-187 273711.9973 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.251 R-141 27 44 36.3492 La 1.52 1.18 .37 -.44 -.95 26.330 R-188 27 37 16.4995 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.226 R-142 27 44 28.2239 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.44 -.95 26.546 R-189 27 37 20.7845 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.142 T-143 27 44 22.3560 La 1.52 1.17 .37 -.43 -.94 26.695 R-190 27 37 26.0962 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 35.039

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------=======================================================================-----------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------=======================================================================-----------------------------------------------------------------------PineL Las County Manatee County R-191 27 37 28.6046 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 34.988 R-046A 27 26 1.4778 La 1.43 1 .11 .40 -.30 -.78 49.355 R-192 27 37 34.9895 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 34.919 R-047 27 25 54.3195 La 1.43 1.11 .40 -.30 -.78 49.552 R-193 27 37 44.4878 La 1.48 1.14 .38 -.37 -.87 34.738 R-048 27 25 47.2470 La 1.43 1.10 .40 -.30 -.78 49.725 Southwest Channel, Passage Key Inlet R-049 27 25 38.0998 La 1.43 1.10 .40 -.30 -.78 50.012 Manatee County R-050 27 25 32.8468 La 1.43 1.10 .40 -.29 -.78 50.198 R-001 27 32 17.3866 La 1.46 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.156 R-051 27 25 25.4126 La 1.43 1.10 .40 -.29 -.77 50.389 R-002 27 32 16.1444 La 1.46 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41 .156 R-052 27 25 22.0436 La 1.43 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 50.558 T-003 27 32 10.8709 La 1.46 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.209 R-053 27 25 13.4717 La 1.43 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 50.763 R-004 27 32 1.2942 La 1.46 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.390 R-054A 27 25 6.3419 La 1.43 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 50.938 R-005 27 31 53.9403 La 1.45 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.546 R-055 27 25 0.9608 La 1.43 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 51.088 R-006 27 31 45.7469 La 1.45 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.751 R-056 27 24 53.3933 La 1.43 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 51.269 R-007 27 31 36.3865 La 1.45 1.12 .39 -.33 -.82 41.964 R-057 27 24 46.3587 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 51.455 R-008 27 31 29.0577 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.33 -.82 42.145 R-058 27 24 39.4932 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 51.627 R-009 27 31 22.0677 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.33 -.82 42.347 R-059 27 24 32.6268 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 51.801 R-010 27 31 15.4619 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.33 -.82 42.530 T-060 27 24 24.3946 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 52.000 R-011 27 31 7.6911 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.33 -.81 42.730 R-061 27 24 16.5865 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 52.188 R-012 27 31 0.0294 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 42.941 R-062A 27 24 6.1700 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 52.416 R-013 27 30 52.5788 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 43 124 R-063 27 23 57.7648 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.77 52.609 R-014 27 30 45.5517 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 43.310 R-064 27 23 48.8461 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.76 52.807 R-015 27 30 35.5952 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 43.552 R-065 27 23 41.7042 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.76 52.990 R-016 27 30 28.3584 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 43.719 R-066 27 23 33.1384 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.76 53 201c...>R-01727 30 20.2046 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32 -.81 43.894 R-067 27 23 24.7806 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.76 53.37300R-018 27 30 12.9257 La 1.45 1.12 .40 -.32-.8144.075 Sarasota County T-019 27 30 3.3596 La 1.45 1.11 .40 -.32 -.81 44.263 T-001 27 23 21.4398 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.29 -.76 53.475 R-020 27 29 55.7820 La 1.45 1.11 .40 -.32-.8044.449 R-002 27 23 12.5550 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28-.7653.662 T-021 27 29 45.2390 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.32 -.80 44.663 R-003A 27 23 3.8652 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 53.841 R-022 27 29 36.3262 La 1.44 1.11 .40-.32-.80 44.848 R-004 27 22 54.7424 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 54.027 R-023 27 29 27.9417 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.8045.025 R-005A 27 22 46.9013 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 54.220 R-024 27 29 18.5209 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31 -.80 45.215 T-006 27 22 38.8661 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28-.7654.397 R-025 27 29 9.4106 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.8045.398 R-007 27 22 29.5093 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 54.596 R-026 27 28 58.8075 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31 -.80 45.625 R-008 2722 21.3656 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 54.782 R-027 27 28 50.8558 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.8045.775 R-009 27 22 13.6821 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 54.969 R-028 27 28 41.4619 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.8045.968 R-010 27 22 6.2392 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 55.159 R-029 27 28 28.3324 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.7946.235 R-011 27 21 56.5420 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 55.360 T-030 272820.1648 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.7946.411 R-012 27 21 48.5111 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28 -.76 55.552 R-031 27 28 9.6887 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31 -.79 46.624 R-013 27 21 39.8829 La 1.42 1.10 .41 -.28-.7655.754 R-032 27 28 0.9594 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.7946.793 R-014 27 21 33.1491 La 1.41 1.10 .41-.28-.75 55.938 R-033A 27 27 51.8457 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31-.7946.978 T-015 27 21 25.9833 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 56.125 R-034 27 27 42.7586 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.31 -.79 47.160 R-016 27 21 17.8680 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 56.318 R-035 27 27 33.1651 La 1.44 1.11 .40-.31 -.7947.354 R-017 27 21 8.5633 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28-.7556.551 R-036 27 27 24.5138 La 1.44 1.11 .40-.30 -.7947.528 R-018 27 21 2.5588 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28-.7556.693 R-037 27 27 15.3118 La 1.44 1.11 .40 -.30-.7947.721 R-019 27 20 56.8271 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 56.875 R-038 27 27 7.2113 La 1.43 1.11 .40 -.30 -.79 47.890 R-020 27 20 49.0442 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 57.065 R-039 27 26 58.7478 La 1.43 1.11 .40 -.30-.7848.063 R-021 27 20 41.9379 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 57.255 R-040 27 26 50.1768 La 1.43 1.11 .40 -.30-.7848.235 T-022 27 20 35.0987 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 57.441 R-041 27 26 42.2684 La 1.43 1.11 .40 -.30-.7848.397 T-023 27 20 27.7596 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28-.7557.635 Longboat Pass R-024 27 20 20.6520 La 1.41 1.10 .41-.28 -.7557.850 R-042 27 26 27.5564 La 1.43 1 .11 .40 -.30-.7848.640 R-025 27 20 11.9372 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28-.7558.012 R-043 27 26 21.6583 La 1.43 1.11 .40-.30 -.7848.777 R-026 27 20 4.8220 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 58.193 R-044 27 26 17.4363 La 1.43 1 .11 .40 -.30 -.78 48.858 R-027 27 19 57.4194 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 58.377 R-045 27 26 6.2156 La 1.43 1 .11 .40 -.30 -.78 49.180 R-028 27 19 50.1955 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 58.561

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude = LaNGVD) NGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sarasota County Sarasota County R-029 27 19 44.4139 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 58.732 R-077 27 12 38.8824 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 68.779 New Pass R-078 27 12 26.9294 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 69.091 R-030 27 19 39.1974 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 58.920 Midnight Pass R-031 27 19 30.9460 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.004 R-079 27 12 20.5767 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 69.266 R-032 27 19 22.4964 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.154 R-080 27 12 11.0946 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 69.462 R-033 27 19 15.8184 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.324 R-081 27 12 1.7310 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 69.649 R-034 27 19 8.1242 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.510 R-082 27 11 52.5549 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 69.837 R-035 27 19 1.3858 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.699 R-083 27 11 43.1491 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 70.024 T-036 27 18 52.9074 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 59.889 R-084 27 11 34.9758 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 70. 197 R-037 27 18 46.0883 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 60.078 R-085 27 11 25.4532 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 70.384 R-038 27 18 38.5531 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 60.258 R-086 27 11 15.7942 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 70.585 R-039 27 18 29.9219 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 60.446 R-087 27 11 6.3244 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 70.776 R-040 27 18 21.2880 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 60.631 R-088 27 10 57.2396 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 70.958 R-041 27 18 12.4389 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.75 60.817 R-089 27 10 46.9163 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.74 71 166 R-042 27 18 4.5381 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 60.993 R-090 27 10 37.0001 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 71.382 R-043 27 17 55.8605 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 61.184 R-091 27 10 26.4805 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 71 .591 R-044 27 17 55.1910 La 1.41 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 61.188 R-092 27 10 18.1618 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 71.780Big Sarasota PassR-093 27 10 8.8202 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 71.977 R-045 27 16 45.6802 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 62.577 R-094 27 10 0.2494 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 72. 169 T-046 27 16 36.9830 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 62.738 R-095 27 951.6432 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 72.371 R-047 27 16 28.2432 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 62.991 R-096 27 9 42.5413 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 72.569 W R-048 27 16 23.2238 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 63.172 R-097 27 9 33.2833 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 72.787<.0R-049 27 16 19.0371 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 63.345 R-098 27 9 23.3108 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 72.978 R-050 27 16 12.2625 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 63.555 R-099 27 9 15.0457 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 73.163 T-051 27 16 7.4676 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 63.741 R-100 27 9 7.0827 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 73.342 R-052 27 16 2.4847 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 63.930 R-101 27 8 58.0035 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 73.536 R-053 27 15 57.8351 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 64.122 R-102 27 8 49.1903 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 73.719 R-054 27 15 51.0475 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 64.323 R-103 27 8 39.9385 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 73.914 R-055 27 15 44.0191 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 64.515 R-104 27 8 30.5625 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 74.105 R-056 27 15 38.2620 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 64.726 R-105 27 8 21.1777 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 74.297 R-057 27 15 30.4088 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 64.923 R-106 27 8 11.5294 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 74.492 R-058 27 15 22.5976 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 65.104 R-107 27 8 1. 7123 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 74.688 R-059 27 15 13.1856 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 65.309 R-108 27 7 51.3156 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 74.896 R-060 27 15 4.7209 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 65.500 R-109 27 7 42.1281 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 75.075 R-061 27 14 56.5560 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 65.743 R-110 27 7 32.8734 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 75.259 R-062 27 14 43.9632 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 65.979 R-111 27 7 25.3741 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 75.412 R-063 27 14 36.0035 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 66.162 R-112 27 7 13.8711 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 75.633 R-064 27 14 28.1041 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 66.345 T-113 27 7 5.2571 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 75.801 R-065 27 14 23.5916 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 66.525 R-114 27 6 54.6618 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.28 -.75 76.017 R-066 27 14 15.7381 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 66.688 Venice Inlet R-067 27 14 8.8243 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 66.886 R-115 27 6 44.0781 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.29 -.75 76.254 R-068 27 14 0.6104 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 67.075 R-116 27 6 38.1539 La 1.39 1.10 .41 -.29 -.75 76.429 R-069 27 13 51.7643 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 67.261 R-117 27 6 29.6628 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 76.613 R-070 27 13 42.5040 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 67.453 R-118 27 621.3723 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 76.789 R-071 271333.7146 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 67.637 R-119 27 6 12.0347 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 76.989 R-072 27 13 25.0980 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 67.831 R-120 27 6 2.6596 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 77 168 R-073 27 13 15.6856 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 68.018 R-121 27 5 52.4456 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 77.372 R-074 27 13 6.7110 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 68.204 T-122 27 5 42.9368 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 77.554 R-075 27 12 56.8784 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 68.399 R-123A 27 5 34.7796 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 77.721 R-076 27 12 47.4601 La 1.40 1.10 .41 -.27 -.74 68.592 R-124 27 5 25.5686 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 77.904

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet ( feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sarasota County Sarasota County R-125 27 5 16.2441 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 78.087 R-176 26 57 49.4783 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.79 87.734 R-126 27 5 7.7474 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 78.273 R-177 26 57 40.9554 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.79 87.920 T-127 27 4 58.4459 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 78.458 R-178 26 57 32.8178 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 88.105 R-128 27 4 49.0156 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 78.646 R-179 26 57 24.5212 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 88.290 R-129 27 4 39.8718 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 78.829 R-180 26 57 16.1739 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 88.476 R-130 27 4 30.4648 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.021 R-181 26 57 7.9466 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 88.656 T-131 27 421.1183 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.211 R-182 26 56 59.7100 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 88.835 R-132 27 411.8315 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.395 R-183A 26 56 50.9365 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 89.032 R-133 27 4 2.4305 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.589CharLotte CountyT-134 27 3 53.1881 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.790 R-001 26 56 44.2070 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 89.181 R-135 27 3 43.5800 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 79.976 R-002 26 56 35.7735 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.32 -.80 89.363 R-136 27 3 34.2270 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.29 -.76 80.171 R-003 26 56 26.6768 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.80 89.555 T-137 27 3 25.3222 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 80.363 R-004 26 56 17.6779 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.80 89.749 R-138A 27 3 17.0951 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 80.554 R-005 26 56 9.1448 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.80 89.936 R-139 27 3 8.4241 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 80.746 R-006 26 56 0.4573 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.80 90.123 R-140 27 2 59.3524 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 80.942 R-007 26 55 52.4626 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 90.297 R-141 27 2 51.2851 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 81.123 R-008 26 55 44.8203 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 90.468 R-142 27 2 43.0087 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 81.313 R-009 26 55 36.0145 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 90.659 R-143 27 2 34.4790 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 81.505 R-010 26 55 26.4629 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 90.869 R-144 27 2 26.1699 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 81.695 R-01126 55 16.9488 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 91.073 R-145 27 2 18.0672 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 81.881 R-012 26 55 8.3808 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 91.261 R-146 27 2 9.5710 La 1.39 1 .11 .41 -.30 -.77 82.072 R-013 26 54 59.2222 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 91.455 0 R-147 27 2 0.8455 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 82.266 R-014 26 54 49.9522 La 1.40 1.13 .40 -.33 -.81 91.659 R-148 27 1 52.3054 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 82.453 R-015 26 54 41.4878 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.33 -.81 91.845 T-149 27 1 43.7372 La 1.39 1.11 .41 -.30 -.77 82.642 R-016 26 54 33.4457 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.33 -.81 92.029 R-150 27 1 35.2617 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.30 -.77 82.835 R-017 26 54 24.9731 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.81 92.218 R-151 27 1 26.2696 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.30 -.77 83.028 R-018 26 54 16.5783 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 92.407 R-152 27 1 17. 8213 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.30 -.78 83.214 R-019 26 54 8.3818 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 92.591 R-153 27 1 9.3720 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.30 -.78 83.402 R-020 26 54 0.9228 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 92.765 R-154 27 1 0.8323 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.31 -.78 83.593 R-021 26 53 53.8123 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 92.958 R-155 27 0 52.0635 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.31 -.78 83.784 Stump Pass R-156 27 0 43.0509 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.31 -.78 83.974 R-022R 26 53 39.2164 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 93.428 R-157 27 0 34.1693 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.31 -.78 84.165 R-023 26 53 36.5843 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 93.403 R-158 27 0 25.6932 La 1.39 1.12 .41 -.31 -.78 84.345 R-024R 26 53 29.6984 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 93.565 R-159 27 0 16.5368 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 84.540 R-025 26 53 21.4712 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 93.760 R-160 27 0 8.3981 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 84.711 R-026 26 53 13.1015 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 93.949 R-161 26 59 58.8524 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 84.914 R-027A 26 53 6.4575 La 1.40 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 94.112 R-162 26 59 49.7679 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 85.102 R-028A 26 52 57.5634 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.34 -.82 94.330 R-163 26 59 40.9715 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 85.288 R-029 26 52 49.7903 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.34 -.83 94.527 R-164 26 59 32.2061 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 85.476 R-030 26 52 41.6843 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.35 -.83 94.719 R-165 26 59 23.0874 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.78 85.666 R-031 26 52 32.8320 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.35 -.83 94.906 T-166 26 59 13.9585 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.79 85.857 R-032R 26 52 25.2295 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.35 -.83 95.124 R-167 26 59 4.8942 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.79 86.046 R-033A 26 52 16.4365 La 1.41 1.14 .40 -.35 -.83 95.293 R-168 26 58 55.9891 La 1.39 1.12 .40 -.31 -.79 86.234 R-034 26 52 9.1007 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.83 95.470 R-169 26 58 47.1691 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.31 -.79 86.424 R-035 26 52 1 4044 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.83 95.651 R-170 26 58 38.9141 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 86.613 R-036 26 51 53.2232 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.83 95.842 R-171 26 58 30.3861 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 86.811 R-037 26 51 44.6478 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.83 96.027 R-172 26 58 22.3083 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 86.986 R-038 26 51 38.0566 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.83 96.174 R-173 26 58 14.1108 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 87.177 R-039R 26 51 31.1582 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.84 96.356 R-174 26 58 6.6980 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 87.359 R-040 26 51 22.2559 La 1.41 1.15 .40 -.35 -.84 96.544 R-175 26 57 57.9866 La 1.40 1.12 .40 -.32 -.79 87.542

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------=======================================================================-----------------------------------------------------------------------DNRLongitude= loMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = lo MHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude = la NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = la NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------=======================================================================-----------------------------------------------------------------------Charlotte County Lee County R-041 26 51 15.3011 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.35-.8496.726 R-21 26 43 50.8652 la 1.43 1.18 .39 -.39 .89 105.970 R-042 26 51 5.6370 la 1.41 1.15 .40.35 .8496.932 R-22 26 43 40.1282 la 1.43 1.18 .39-.39-.89 106.175 R-043 26 50 56.9378 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.35-.8497. 123 R-23 26 43 31. 4890 la 1.43 1.18 .39.39 .89106.340 R-044 26 50 48.3565 la 1.41 1.15 .40.36.8497.325 R-24 2643 21.6153 la 1.43 1.18 .39-.39-.89 106.525 R-045 26 50 39.6887 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36-.8497.517 R-25 26 43 12.0670 la 1.43 1.18 .39.39 .89106.717 R-046 26 50 31.1781 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36.8497.713 R-26A 26 43 5.4879 la 1.44 1.18 .39-.39-.89106.954 R-047R 26 50 22.5363 la 1.41 1.15 .40.36 .8497.898 R-27 2642 21.8839 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40.90107.866 R-048 26 50 14.7011 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36-.8498.093 Boca Grande Pass R-049 26 50 6.2123 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36-.8598.288 R-28 26 42 15.4925 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40 .90 107.940 R-050 26 49 59.0757 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36-.8598.467 R-29 26 42 9.0944 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40.90108.043 R-051 2649 50.1549 la 1.41 1.15 .40-.36-.8598.694 R-30 26 41 59.6395 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40.90108.231 R-052 26 49 41.4396 la 1.41 1.16 .40.36.8598.901 R-31 26 41 49.6365 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40 .90 108.425 R-053 26 49 32.2242 la 1.41 1.16 .40-.36-.8599.109 R-32 26 41 41.5079 la 1.44 1.19 .39 .40 .90 108.591 R-054 26 49 22.8736 la 1.41 1.16 .40-.36-.8599.303 R-33 26 41 29.8963 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40 -.91 108.824 R-055 26 49 13.6335 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.36.8599.499 R-34 26 41 21.0406 la 1.44 1.19 .39 .40 -.91 108.989 R-056 26 49 4.9606 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37.8599.706 R-35 26 41 10.6878 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40 -.91 109.171 R-057R 26 49 1.1787 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.8599.810 R-36 26 41 2.6451 la 1.44 1.19 .39 -.40 -.91 109.401 R-058R 26 48 37.8854 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.86 100.210 R-37 26 40 54.6011 la 1.44 1.19 .39-.40-.91 109.556 R-059R 26 48 37.0526 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.86 100.226 R-38 26 40 45.4009 la 1.44 1.19 .39 .41 .91 109.738 Gasparilla Pass R-39 26 40 35.0806 la 1.44 1.19 .39 .41 .91 109.939 R-060 26 48 30.6284 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.86 100.368 R-40 26 40 27.5825 la 1.45 1.20 .39 .41 .91 110.115.j::I.R-061 26 48 20.6389 la 1.42 1.16 .40 .37.86100.576 R-41 2640 21.5122 la 1.45 1.20 .39 .41 .91 110.301-"26 48 11.6835 la 1.42 .40-.37-.86 100.793 R-42 26 40 14.9851 la 1.45 1.20 .39-.41.91 110.440 R-062R 1.16 R-063R 26 48 4.4994 la 1.42 1.16 .40.37-.86100.962 R-43 26 40 5.3211 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 110.646 R-064 26 47 54.6294 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.86 101.165 R-44 26 39 53.8024 la 1.45 1.20 .39-.41-.92110.881 R-065 26 47 46.5208 la 1.42 1.16 .40-.37-.86 101.356 R-45 26 39 44.3214 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 111.056 R-066 26 47 38.2223 la 1.42 1.16 .40.37.86101.543 R-46 26 39 34.3611 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 111.246 R-067 26 47 29.4970 la 1.42 1.16 .40.37 .86101.730 R-47 26 39 25.8107 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 111.453 R-068R 26 47 24.7634 la 1.42 1.17 .40-.37-.87101.833 R-48 26 39 16.4970 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 111.632LeeCountyR-49 26 39 6.6593 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 111.834 R-01 26 47 19.2093 la 1.42 1.17 .40-.37-.87101.947 R-50 26 38 58.3804 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.41 .92 112.002 R-02 26 47 9.8364 la 1.42 1.17 .40.38.87102.138 R-51 26 38 47.7557 la 1.45 1.20 .39 -.42 -.92 112.235 R-03 26 47 0.3779 la 1.42 1.17 .39 -.38 .87 102.322 R-52 26 38 40.5956 la 1.45 1.21 .39 .42.93112.454 R-04 26 46 50.9257 la 1.42 1.17 .39 -.38 .87 102.509 R-53 26 38 33.8796 la 1.45 1.21 .39 .42 .93 112.612 R-05 26 46 41.0363 la 1.42 1.17 .39.38.87102.703 R-54 26 38 28.5770 la 1.45 1.21 .39 .42.93112.787 R-06 26 46 30.9240 la 1.42 1.17 .39 -.38 .87 102.897 R-55 26 38 21.5214 la 1.46 1.21 .39 .42.93112.951 R-07 26 46 21.3784 la 1.42 1.17 .39-.38-.87103.083 R-56 26 38 12.9046 la 1.46 1.21 .39 -.42 .93 113.141 R-08 26 46 11. 4712 la 1.42 1.17 .39-.38-.87103.274 R-57 26 38 3.5342 la 1.46 1.21 .39 -.42.93113.341 R-09 26 46 O. 1230 la 1.43 1.17 .39-.38-.87103.495 R-58 26 37 54.2658 la 1.46 1.21 .39 .42.93113.526 R-10 26 45 47.3324 la 1.43 1.17 .39-.38 .88103.738 R-59 26 37 44.8973 la 1.46 1.21 .39 .42.93113.725 R-11 26 45 32.2844 la 1.43 1.17 .39.38 .88104.026 R-60 26 37 35.5774 la 1.46 1.21 .39 .42.93113.900 R-12 26 45 20.5852 la 1.43 1.17 .39-.38-.88 104.252 R-61 26 37 25.6210 la 1.46 1.21 .39 .42 .94 114.109 R-13 26 45 10.6632 la 1.43 1.17 .39-.38-.88 104.441 R-62 Not Avai lable la 1.46 1.21 .39 -.42 .94 114.295 R-14 26 45 0.5653 la 1.43 1.17 .39.39 .88104.634 R-63 Not Avai lable la 1.46 1.21 .39 -.42 .94 114.484 R-15 26 44 50.6122 la 1.43 1.18 .39-.39 .88104.824 R-64 Not Available la 1.46 1.21 .39 -.42 .94 114.740 R-16 26 44 39.8043 la 1.43 1.18 .39.39 .88105.040 Captiva Pass R-17 26 44 29.7918 la 1.43 1.18 .39 .39.88105.225 R-65 26 36 44.8209 la 1.46 1.22 .40 .42 .94 114.940 R-18 26 44 19.2559 la 1.43 1.18 .39-.39-.89 105.426 R-66 2636 22.1075 la 1.46 1.22 .40 -.43 .94 115.332 R-19 26 44 10.0474 la 1.43 1.18 .39.39 .89105.606 R-67 26 36 14.9867 la 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 .94 115.491 R-20 26 43 59.4794 la 1.43 1.18 .39.39 .89105.805 R-68 26 36 6.3890 la 1.47 1.22 .40 .43 .94 115.688

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Range or (feet (feet (feet ( feet (feet (mD Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LeeCountyLeeCounty R-69 26 35 55.5992 La 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 -.95 115.893 R-117 26 27 57.2922 La 1.51 1.27 .40 -.46 -1.00 125.998 R-70 26 35 45.8128 La 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 -.95 116.080 R-118 26 27 52.5407 La 1.52 1.27 .40 -.46 -1.00 126.204 R-71 26 35 35.5246 La 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 -.95 116.324 R-119 26 27 47.7142 La 1.52 1.27 .40 -.46 -1.00 126.404 R-72 26 35 22.0693 La 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 -.95 116.621 R-120 26 27 41.5886 La 1.52 1.27 .41 -.46 -1.00 126.599 R-73 26 35 11.4177 La 1.47 1.22 .40 -.43 -.95 116.874 R-121 26 27 37.2224 La 1.52 1.27 .41 -.46 -1.00 126.797 R-74A 26 35 3.9258 La 1.47 1.23 .40 -.43 -.95 117.193 R-122 26 27 32.5577 La 1.52 1.27 .41 -.46 -1.00 126.982 R-75 26 34 59.1302 La 1.47 1.23 .40 -.43 -.95 117.308 R-123 26 27 28.1473 La 1.52 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.00 127.189 R-76A 26 34 54.4865 La 1.48 1.23 .40 -.43 -.96 117.750 R-124 26 27 20.3900 La 1.52 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.00 127.378 R-77 26 34 40.0340 La 1.48 1.23 .40 -.43 -.96 117.880 R-125 26 27 14.5086 La 1.52 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.01 127.601 R-78 26 34 34.3201 La 1.48 1.23 .40 -.44 -.96 118.289 R-126 26 27 7.9750 La 1.52 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.01 127.790 R-79 26 34 9.6420 La 1.48 1.23 .40 -.44 -.96 118.514 R-127 26 27 0.7339 La 1.53 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.01 127.996 R-80 2633 44.7396 La 1.48 1.23 .40 -.44 -.96 118.782 R-128 26 26 50.8394 La 1.53 1.28 .41 -.46 -1.01 128.256 R-81A 26 33 34.9261 La 1.48 1.24 .40 -.44 -.96 119.170 R-129 26 26 44.0764 La 1.53 1.28 .41 -.47 -1.01 128.433 R-82 26 33 20.3533 La 1.48 1.24 .40 -.44 -.96 119.268 R-130 26 26 35.9084 La 1.53 1.28 .41 -.47 -1.01 128.650 Redfish Pass T-131 26 26 28.1940 La 1.53 1.28 .41 -.47 -1.01 128.837 R-83 26 33 8.4037 La 1.48 1.24 .40 -.44 -.96 119.502 R-132 26 26 20.9584 La 1.53 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.01 129.030 R-84 26 33 4.1961 La 1.48 1.24 .40 -.44 -.96 119.532 R-133 26 26 14.9408 La 1.53 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.01 129.221 R-85 26 32 54.4394 La 1.48 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 119.857 R-134 26 26 9.8832 La 1.53 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.01 129.410 R-86 26 32 46.3970 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.006 R-135 26 26 5.3599 La 1.53 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 129.602 R-87 26 32 36.4098 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.201 R-136 26 26 1.5938 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 129.771 R-88 26 32 27.0267 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.367 T-137 26 25 56.9137 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 129.993.j:>.R-8926 32 17.6728 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.554 R-138 26 25 53.2311 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 130.155 N R-90 26 32 8.5050 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.725 R-139 26 25 48.6737 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 130.364 R-91 26 31 59.0033 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.44 -.97 120.908 R-140 26 25 45.5266 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 130.543 R-92 26 31 48.1015 La 1.49 1.24 .40 -.45 -.97 121.123 R-141 26 25 41.9338 La 1.54 1.29 .41 -.47 -1.02 130.729 R-93 26 31 39.3583 La 1.49 1.25 .40 -.45 -.97 121.291 R-142 2625 38.1928 La 1.54 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.02 130.928 R-94 26 31 24.1079 La 1.49 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 121.582 R-143 26 25 33.9062 La 1.54 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.02 131.115 R-95 26 31 15.1781 La 1.49 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 121.754 R-144 26 25 30.8520 La 1.54 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.02 131.283 R-96 26 31 5.2247 La 1.49 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 121.954 R-145 26 25 27.2536 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.02 131.479 R-97 26 30 56.5758 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 122.123 R-146 26 25 24.4527 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.02 131.675 R-98 26 30 46.0653 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 122.327 R-147 26 25 22.2611 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.03 131.881 R-99 26 30 36.8871 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 122.507 R-148 26 25 19.6182 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.03 132.071 R-100 26 30 26.7523 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 122.704 R-149 26 25 19.7831 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.03 132.259 R-101 26 30 17.2621 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 122.890 R-150 26 25 19.2261 La 1.55 1.30 .41 -.47 -1.03 132.440 R-102 26 30 5.5242 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 123.118 T-151 26 25 19.9245 La 1.55 1.31 .41 -.47 -1.03 132.653 R-103 26 29 57.9210 La 1.50 1.25 .40 -.45 -.98 123.275 R-152 2625 21.5587 La 1.55 1.31 .42 -.47 -1.03 132.816 R-104 26 29 47.5978 La 1.50 1.26 .40 -.45 -.99 123.476 R-153 26 25 23.5309 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.47 -1.03 133.032 R-105 26 29 36.5809 La 1.50 1.26 .40 -.45 -.99 123.688 R-154 26 25 26.2743 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.03 133.213 R-106 26 29 27.8363 La 1.50 1.26 .40 -.45 -.99 123.871 R-155 26 25 29.4386 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.03 133.396 R-107 26 29 17.1736 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.45 -.99 124.104 R-156 26 25 33.6823 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.03 133.586 R-108 26 29 4.9279 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.45 -.99 124.324 R-157 26 25 37.4138 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.03 133.772 R-109 26 28 57.0891 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.46 -.99 124.499 R-158 26 25 41.6391 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.03 133.961 Blind Pass R-159 26 25 45.5185 La 1.56 1.31 .42 -.48 -1.04 134.156 R-110 26 28 54.7880 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.46 -.99 124.577 R-160 26 25 49.9960 La 1.56 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 134.322 R-111 26 28 45.0155 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.46 -.99 124.766 R-161A 26 25 55.3975 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 134.705 R-112 26 28 37.9335 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.46 -.99 124.919 R-162 26 26 5.7944 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 134.857 R-113 26 28 27.1993 La 1.51 1.26 .40 -.46 -.99 125.166 R-163 2626 11.8778 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 135.084 R-114 26 28 20.6028 La 1.51 1.27 .40 -.46 -.99 125.319 R-164 26 26 14.9848 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 135.211 R-115 26 28 12.4600 La 1.51 1.27 .40 -.46 -1.00 125.561 R-165 262621.6193 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 135.459 R-116 26 28 2.9656 La 1.51 1.27 .40 -.46 -1.00 125.791 R-166 26 26 27. 1929 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 135.644 R-167 26 26 32.2316 La 1.57 1.32 .42 -.48 -1.04 135.830

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = Lo MHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Monu Lat i tude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lee County Lee CountyR-168 26 26 36.6561 La 1.57 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.04 136.017 T-216 26 23 26.4512 La 1.66 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.693 R-169 26 26 42.4474 La 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.04 136.221 R-217 26 23 19.9712 La 1.66 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.874 R-170 26 26 50.5807 La 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.04 136.436 R-218 26 23 13.0697 La 1.66 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 148.059 R-171 26 26 56.5396 la 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.05 136.616 R-219 26 23 5.3042 La 1.66 1.41 .45 -.49 -1.09 148.263 R-172 26 26 57.7592 la 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.05 136.761 R-220 26 22 58.8602 La 1.66 1.41 .45 -.49 -1.09 148.427 R-173 26 27 3.6142 la 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.05 136.977 R-221 26 22 50.3024 La 1.66 1.41 .46 -.50 -1.09 148.615 R-174 26 27 9.0857 la 1.58 1.33 .42 -.48 -1.05 137.124 R-222 26 22 42.9040 la 1.67 1.41 .46 -.50 -1.09 148.837 San Carlos (Estero) Pass New Pass Matanzas Pass R-223 26 22 27.1628 la 1.67 1.41 .46 -.50 -1.09 149.150 R-175 26 27 49.9772 la 1.60 1.35 .43 -.49 -1.06 140.096 R-224 26 22 14.6824 la 1.67 1.41 .46 -.50 -1.09 149.434 R-176 26 27 42.4790 la 1.60 1.35 .43 -.49 -1.06 140.249 R-225 26 22 7.3998 La 1.67 1.41 .46 -.50 -1.09 149.568 R-177 26 27 35.5638 la 1.60 1.35 .43 -.49 -1.06 140.451Big Hickory PassR-178 26 27 27.3606 la 1.61 1.35 .43 -.49 -1.06 140.662 R-226 26 21 50.9094 la 1.67 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 149.873 R-179 26 27 21.4264 la 1.61 1.36 .43 -.49 -1.06 140.846 R-227 26 21 41.9529 la 1.67 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 150.077 R-180 26 27 13.2459 la 1.61 1.36 .43 -.49 -1.06 141.051 R-228 26 21 32.1315 La 1.68 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 150.285 R-181 26 27 8.0743 la 1.61 1.36 .43 -.49 -1.06 141.247 R-229 26 21 26.4492 La 1.68 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 150.435 R-182 26 27 5.9611 la 1.61 1.36 .43-.49-1.06 141.437 R-230 26 21 17.0397 la 1.68 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 150.634 R-183 26 27 2.5608 la 1.61 1.36 .44 -.49 -1.06 141.600 R-231 26 21 8.6441 la 1.68 1.42 .46 -.50 -1.09 150.825 R-184 26 26 58.4662 la 1.61 1.36 .44 -.49 -1.06 141.803 R-232 26 20 57.4132 La 1.68 1.43 .46 -.50 -1.09 151.046 R-185 26 26 52.7229 la 1.61 1.36 .44 -.49 -1.07 141.995 R-233 26 20 49.8898 La 1.68 1.43 .46 -.50 -1.09 151.213 R-186A 26 26 48.9651 la 1.62 1.36 .44 -.49 -1.07 142.322 R-234 26 20 39.2321 la 1.69 1.43 .46 -.50 -1.09 151.433c.>R-187A 26 26 44.0243 la 1.62 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 142.616 R-235 26 20 30.7014 la 1.69 1.43 .46 -.50 -1.09 151.601 R-188 26 26 36.0212 la 1.62 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 142.750 R-236 26 20 20.5033 la 1.69 1.43 .47 -.50 -1.10 151.819 R-189 26 26 31.0790 la 1.62 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 142.939 R-237 26 20 11.2644 la 1.69 1.43 .47 -.50 -1.10 151.998 R-190 26 26 25.3298 la 1.62 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 143.130 R-238 26 20 1.1403 La 1.69 1.43 .47 -.50 -1.10 152.216 R-191 26 26 20.4574 la 1.62 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 143.300 R-239 26 19 50.6159 La 1.69 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 152.426 R-192 26 26 13.5095 la 1.63 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 143.495 Co L l i er County R-193 26 26 7.4589 la 1.63 1.37 .44 -.49 -1.07 143.659 R-001 26 19 47.2857 La 1.69 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 152.492 R-194 26 25 59.6427 la 1.63 1.38 .44-.49-1.07 143.901 T-002 26 19 37.9879 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 152.682 R-195 26 25 52.9973 La 1.63 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.07 144.080 R-003 26 19 28.4619 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 152.873 R-196 26 25 46.8221 la 1.63 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.07 144.256 R-004 26 19 18.9472 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 153.067 R-197 26 25 40.2742 la 1.63 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.07 144.457 R-005 26 19 9.3955 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 153.257 R-198 26 25 33.5445 la 1.63 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.07 144.633 R-006 26 19 0.1021 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 153.450 R-199 26 25 24.3536 la 1.63 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.07 144.836 R-007 26 18 50.4732 La 1.70 1.44 .47 -.50 -1.10 153.643 R-200 26 25 18.2773 la 1.64 1.38 .44 -.49 -1.08 145.003 T-008 26 18 40.4604 la 1.70 1.45 .47 -.50 -1.10 153.844 R-201 26 25 8.5025 La 1.64 1.38 .45 -.49 -1.08 145.210 R-009 26 18 31.3533 la 1.71 1.45 .47 -.50 -1.10 154.029 R-202 26 25 0.2638 La 1.64 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 145.378 R-010 26 1821.7698 la 1.71 1.45 .47 -.50 -1.10 154.222 R-203 26 24 47.1090 La 1.64 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 145.624 R-011 26 18 12.1379 la 1.71 1.45 .47-.50-1.10 154.417 R-204 26 24 37.2857 la 1.64 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 145.849 R-012 26 18 2.2188 la 1.71 1.45 .47 -.50 -1.10 154.611 R-205 26 24 32.5892 la 1.64 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.025 R-013 26 17 52.6237 la 1.71 1.45 .48 -.50 -1.10 154.804 R-206 26 24 23.3870 la 1.65 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.251 R-014 26 17 43.0176 la 1.71 1.45 .48 -.50 -1.10 154.992 R-207 26 24 14.6207 la 1.65 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.457 R-015 26 17 33.0668 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.10 155.187 R-208 26 24 13. 3691 la 1.65 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.608 R-016 26 17 22.8705 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.10 155.377 R-209 26 24 12.8801 la 1.65 1.39 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.746 Wiggins Pass R-210 26 24 15. 1930 La 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 146.856 R-017 26 17 11.9111 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.11 155.603 Big Carlos Pass R-018 26 17 2.1901 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.11 155.792 R-211 26 23 59.4198 la 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.218 R-019 26 16 52.0147 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.11 155.987 R-212 26 23 54.4718 la 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.224 R-020 26 16 42.0097 la 1.72 1.46 .48 -.50 -1.11 156.182 R-213 26 23 49.6048 la 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.203 R-021 26 16 32.0370 la 1.73 1.47 .48 -.50 -1.11 156.377 R-214 26 23 40.6074 La 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.311 R-022 26 16 21.9603 la 1.73 1.47 .48 -.50 -1.11 156.575 R-215 26 23 33.3078 La 1.65 1.40 .45 -.49 -1.08 147.490

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Co LL i er County CoLL ier County R-023 26 16 12.2449 La 1.73 1.47 .48-.50-1.11 156.769 R-072 26 8 12.2917 La 1.81 1.55 .51 -.52 -1.13 166.054 T-024 26 16 2.6825 La 1.73 1.47 .48-.50-1.11 156.962 T-073 26 8 4.2578 La 1.81 1.55 .51-.52-1.13 166.207 T-025 26 15 52.2038 La 1.73 1.47 .48-.50-1.11 157.169 R-074 26 7 56.3065 La 1.81 1.55 .51 -.52 -1.13 166.361 T-026 26 15 42.5230 La 1.73 1.47 .48-.50-1.11 157.347 T -075 26 7 49.1898 La 1.81 1.55 .52 -.52 -1.14 166.497 R-027 26 15 33.5147 La 1.74 1.47 .48 -.50 -1.11 157.530 R-076 26 7 40.6694 La 1.81 1.55 .52-.52-1.14 166.664 T-028 26 15 22.2975 La 1.74 1.48 .49-.50-1.11 157.745 R-077 26 7 32.9900 La 1.82 1.55 .52 -.52 -1.14 166.813 R-029 26 15 12.7968 La 1.74 1.48 .49 -.50 -1.11 157.924 R-078 26 7 25.4133 La 1.82 1.55 .52 -.52 -1.14 166.956 R-030 26 15 2.8102 La 1.74 1.48 .49 -.50 -1.11 158.119 R-079 26 7 14.5375 La 1.82 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 167.164 R-031 26 14 52.6804 La 1.74 1.48 .49 -.50 -1.11 158.316 U-080 26 7 3.1199 La 1.82 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 167.384 R-032 26 14 42.8961 La 1.74 1.48 .49 -.50 -1.11 158.507 R-081 26 6 52.2663 La 1.82 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 167.619 R-033 26 14 33.0756 La 1.75 1.48 .49 -.50 -1.11 158.699 T-082 26 6 44.0066 La 1.82 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 167.752 R-034 26 14 23.0710 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.50 -1.11 158.893 R-083 26 633.7462 La 1.83 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 167.955 R-035 26 14 13.2492 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.50 -1.11 159.083 R-084 26 6 24.0171 La 1.83 1.56 .52 -.52 -1.14 168.143 R-036 26 14 3.4260 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.50 -1.12 159.269 U-085 26 6 14.6695 La 1.83 1.57 .52 -.52 -1.14 168.320 R-037 26 13 53.0753 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.51 -1.12 159.469 T-086 26 6 6.0841 La 1.83 1.57 .52 -.52 -1.14 168.484 R-038 26 13 43.4650 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.51 -1.12 159.654 T-087 26 5 56.1797 La 1.83 1.57 .52 -.52 -1.14 168.673 R-039 26 13 33.3828 La 1.75 1.49 .49 -.51 -1.12 159.846 R-088 26 5 46.1247 La 1.83 1.57 .52-.52-1.14 168.866 R-040 26 13 23.4273 La 1.76 1.49 .49 -.51 -1.12 160.037 R-089 26 5 37.3315 La 1.83 1.57 .52 -.52 -1.14 169.019 R-041 26 13 13.5519 La 1.76 1.50 .49 -.51 -1.12 160.226 Gordon's Pass Clam Pass R-090 26 5 28.4879 La 1.84 1.57 .52 -.52 -1.14 169.252 R-042 26 13 3.0376 La 1.76 1.50 .49 -.51 -1.12 160.437 R-091 26 5 19.4029 La 1.84 1.58 .52 -.52 -1.14 169.419 R-043 26 12 52.7277 La 1.76 1.50 .50 -.51 -1.12 160.630 R-092 26 5 10.6281 La 1.84 1.58 .53 -.52 -1.15 169.619 R-044 26 12 42.9217 La 1.76 1.50 .50 -.51 -1.12 160.817 R-093 26 5 2.4151 La 1.84 1.58 .53 -.53 -1.15 169.805 R-045 26 12 32.6141 La 1.76 1.50 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.016 R-094 26 4 54.0137 La 1.84 1.58 .53 -.53 -1.15 169.986 T-046 26 12 21.6010 La 1.77 1.50 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.225 R-095 26 4 44.3619 La 1.84 1.58 .53 -.53 -1.15 170.173 T-047 26 12 12.2900 La 1.77 1.51 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.403 R-096 26 4 34.2520 La 1.85 1.58 .53 -.53 -1. 15 170.377 U-048 26 12 2.4355 La 1.77 1.51 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.591 R-097 26 4 24.9828 La 1.85 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 170.565 T-049 26 11 52.2586 La 1.77 1.51 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.787 T-098 26 4 16.1508 La 1.85 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 170.743 T-050 26 11 41.4708 La 1.77 1.51 .50 -.51 -1.12 161.993 T-099 26 4 5.9014 La 1.85 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 170.948 R-051 26 11 28.3472 La 1.78 1.51 .50-.51-1.12 162.246 R-100 26 3 58.1289 La 1.85 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 171.102 R-052 26 11 19.6633 La 1.78 1.51 .50 -.51 -1.12 162.414 R-101 26 3 50.1008 La 1.85 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 171.267 R-053 26 11 9.3287 La 1.78 1.52 .50 -.51 -1.12 162.614 R-102 26 3 42.0234 La 1.86 1.59 .53 -.53 -1.15 171.435 T-054 26 10 58.7283 La 1.78 1.52 .50 -.51 -1.12 162.813 R-103 26 3 33.6711 La 1.86 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.15 171.610 U-055 26 10 48.3673 La 1.78 1.52 .50 -.51 -1.13 163.012 R-104 26 3 25.2218 La 1.86 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.15 171. 790 T-056 26 10 39.2675 La 1.78 1.52 .50 -.51 -1.13 163.186 R-105 26 3 16.5005 La 1.86 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.15 171.978 Doctor's Pass R-106 26 3 7.8145 La 1.86 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.15 172.159 T-057 26 10 31.7041 La 1.78 1.52 .50 -.51 -1.13 163.331 R-107 26 2 59.2084 La 1.86 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.16 172.343 T-058 26 10 14.2834 La 1.79 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 163.693 R-108 26 2 50.0621 La 1.87 1.60 .53 -.53 -1.16 172.536 R-059 26 10 4.8213 La 1.79 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 163.878 R-109 26 2 41.5194 La 1.87 1.61 .53 -.54 -1.16 172.720 R-060 26 9 54.5017 La 1.79 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 164.081 R-110 26 2 32.1309 La 1.87 1.61 .53 -.54 -1.16 172.927 R-061 26 9 44.2443 La 1.79 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 164.279 R-111 26 2 23.2088 La 1.87 1.61 .54 -.54 -1.16 173.120 T-062 26 9 34.1464 La 1.79 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 164.473 R-112 26 2 14.8222 La 1.87 1.61 .54-.54-1.16 173.302 T-063 26 9 24.4137 La 1.80 1.53 .51-.51-1.13 164.663 R-113 26 2 5.8685 La 1.87 1.61 .54-.54-1.16 173.496 R-064 26 9 15.3910 La 1.80 1.53 .51 -.51 -1.13 164.838 R-114 26 1 57.0137 La 1.88 1.61 .54 -.54 -1.16 173.690 T-065 26 9 7.6910 La 1.80 1.54 .51 -.51 -1.13 164.986 R-115 26 1 47.8362 La 1.88 1.62 .54 -.54 -1.16 173.876 R-066 26 8 59.7200 La 1.80 1.54 .51 -.51 -1.13 165.143 R-116 26 1 38.8379 La 1.88 1.62 .54 -.54 -1.16 174.064 T-067 26 8 51.8411 La 1.80 1.54 .51-.51-1.13 165 291 R-117 26 1 29.5987 La 1.88 1.62 .54 -.54 -1.16 174.250 R-068 26 8 43.8528 La 1.80 1.54 .51-.51-1.13 165.445 R-118 26 1 20.1481 La 1.88 1.62 .54 -.54 -1.16 174.433 T-069 26 8 35.8400 La 1.80 1.54 .51-.51-1.13 165.599 R-119 26 1 10.5908 La 1.88 1.62 .54 -.54 -1.17 174.625 R-070 26 8 27.9765 La 1.81 1.54 .51 -.51 -1.13 165.750 R-120 26 1 1.2309 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.54 -1.17 174.810 R-071 26 820.1192 La 1.81 1.54 .51 -.52 -1.13 165.902

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CoLLier County R-121 26 051.5815 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.54 -1.17 174.998 R-122 26 0 44.0135 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.55 -1.17 175.158 R-123 26 0 34.7186 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.55 -1.17 175.350 R-124 26 0 26.1307 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.55 -1.17 175.533 R-125 26 0 18.1916 La 1.89 1.63 .54 -.55 -1.17 175.715 R-126 26 0 10.3240 La 1.90 1.64 .54 -.55 -1.17 175.907 R-127 26 0 3.0586 La 1.90 1.64 .54 -.55 -1.17 176.116 Little Marco Pass Hurricane Pass Capri Pass Big Marco Pass T-128 25 57 29.4359 La 1.93 1.67 .55 -.57 -1.19 179.488 T-129 25 57 22.2265 La 1.93 1.67 .55 -.57 -1.19 179.623 U-130 25 57 11.7751 La 1.93 1.67 .55 -.57 -1.19 179.802 R-131 25 57 7.3451 La 1.93 1.68 .55 -.57 -1.19 179.936 R-132 25 56 59.3654 La 1.93 1.68 .55 -.57 -1.19 180.149 T-133 25 56 53.5008 La 1.93 1.68 .55 -.58 -1.20 180.329 R-134 25 56 46.7213 La 1.94 1.68 .55 -.58 -1.20 180.522 T-135 25 56 41.5333 La 1.94 1.68 .55 -.58 -1.20 180.643 T-136 25 56 30.5965 La 1.94 1.69 .55 -.58 -1.20 180.898 T-137 25 56 21.1679 La 1.94 1.69 .55 -.58 -1.20 181.105U1T-138 25 56 10.1877 La 1.94 1.69 .55 -.58 -1.20 181.349 R-139 25 56 5.5914 La 1.94 1.69 .55 -.58 -1.20 181.456 R-140 25 55 57.9409 La 1.95 1.69 .55 -.59 -1.20 181.647 R-141 25 55 46.2243 La 1.95 1.70 .55 -.59 -1.20 181.848 T-142 25 55 37.0035 La 1.95 1.70 .55 -.59 -1.21 182.024 R-143 25 55 26.0882 La 1.95 1.70 .55 -.59 -1.21 182.234 R-144 25 55 15.7819 La 1.95 1.70 .55 -.59 -1.21 182.432 R-145 25 55 5 4421 La 1.95 1.70 .55 -.59 -1.21 182.633 R-146 25 54 55.2665 La 1.96 1.71 .55 -.60 -1.21 182.825 T-147 25 54 43.9463 La 1.96 1.71 .55 -.60 -1.21 183.043 T-148 25 54 38.0015 La 1.96 1.71 .55 -.60 -1.21 183.156 Caxamba Pass

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Appendix 3. Tidal datums, locations by DNR range monument and latitude/longitude, and alongshore distances for the Rorida Panhandle Gulf Coast (updated after Balsillie and others, 1987c) Note: Centered headers indicate the County; left-justified, italicized names indicate location of inlets. 46

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude=LoMHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet ( feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) =======================================================================---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Escambia County Escambia County R-001 87 31 4.6616 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .043 R-052 87 21 17.3843 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10.021 R-002 87 30 54.2676 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .179 R-053 87 21 6.9878 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10.176 R-003 87 30 39.3803 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .433 R-054 87 20 55.4674 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10.378 R-004 87 30 30.3070 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .583 R-055 87 20 43.0363 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10.596 R-005 87 30 19.1936 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .779 R-056 87 20 31.1957 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10.788 R-006 87 30 6.8936 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 .979 R-057 87 20 19.6501 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 10. 977 R-007 87 29 54.3547 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 1.194 R-058 87 20 8.1952 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 11 170 R-008 87 29 43.9542 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.12 -.17 1.368 R-059 87 19 56.7894 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 11.362 R-009 872931.3005 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 1.587 R-060 87 19 45.8131 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 11. 547 R-010 87 29 20.9523 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 1.761 R-061 87 19 34.7216 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 11.733 R-011 87 29 5.6320 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.031 R-062 87 19 23.0411 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 11.928 R-012 87 28 56.2507 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.186 R-063 87 19 11.9676 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 12.113 R-013 87 28 42.9558 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.417 R-064 87 19 3.0079 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 12.255 R-014 87 28 33.1305 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.579 R-065 87 18 55.8099 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 12.377 R-015 87 28 23.6863 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.737 R-066A 8718 51.3352 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 12.459 R-016 87 28 13.4570 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 2.914 R-067 87 18 49.9064 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 12.491 R-017 87 28 0.5832 Lo 1.23 1.16 .52 -.13 -.17 3.134 Pensacola Bay Entrance R-018 87 27 50.9927 Lo 1.23 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 3.292 R-068 87 17 57.8732 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 13.360 R-019 87 27 39.5301 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 3.485 R-069 87 17 52.9388 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 13.437 R-020 87 27 27.6073 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 3.683 R-070 87 17 41.3492 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 13.627 R-021 87 27 16.7486 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 3.870 R-071 87 17 30.5562 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 13.805 .po R-022 87 27 5.6578 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 4.057 R-072 87 17 22.0141 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 13.945--JR-023 87 26 55.6783 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.174.222 R-073 87 17 14.5729 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 14.062 R-024 87 26 43.4419 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.174.428 R-074 87 17 5.5269 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 14.205 R-025 87 26 30.6008 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 4.646 R-075 87 16 54.1891 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.14 -.17 14.352 R-026 87 26 20.4155 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.174.814 R-076 87 16 44.7366 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.17 14.513 R-027 87 26 9.3138 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 5.004 R-077 87 16 32.2233 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.17 14.741 R-028 87 25 56.5977 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.175.214 R-078 87 16 21.1262 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15-.1714.914 R-029 87 25 44.7354 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 5.413 R-079 87 16 11.3239 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.17 15.087 R-030 87 25 31.8264 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.175.639 R-080 87 16 1 0405 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51-.15-.18 15 296 R-031 87 25 19.9535 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 5.839 R-081 87 15 49.5238 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 15 487 R-032 87 25 9.1527 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.13 -.176.022 R-082 87 15 38.1618 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 15.674 R-033 87 24 57.7962 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 6.211 R-083 87 15 27.2112 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15-.1815.855 R-034 87 24 44.2394 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.13 -.176.453 R-084 87 15 16.6597 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 16.029 R-035 87 24 30.3330 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 6.682 R-085 87 15 5.9492 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 16.213 R-036 87 24 19.1323 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 6.873 R-086 87 14 55.1442 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 16.392 R-037 87 24 9.4223 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.177.047 R-087 87 14 42.1607 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51-.15 -.1816.608 R-038 87 23 58.1035 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13 -.17 7.244 R-088 87 14 31.1444 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 16.791 R-039 87 23 47.3226 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.13-.177.430 R-089 87 14 19.3923 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 16.986 R-040 87 23 34.9920 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.13 -.177.646 R-090 87 14 7.3419 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 17.186 R-041 87 23 23.2639 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 7.852 R-091 87 13 56.4817 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15-.1817.370 R-042 87 23 12.3288 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.14-.17 8.043 R-092 87 13 45.1237 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 17.560 R-043 87 22 59.9641 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14-.178.255 R-093 87 13 33.6236 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 17.752 R-044 87 22 49.3928 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.14 -.178.431 R-094 87 13 21.8360 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 17.949 R-045 87 22 37.9296 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52-.14 -.178.633 R-095 87 13 10.7120 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 18.135 R-046 87 22 28.1827 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 8.793 R-096 87 13 0.0815 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15-.1818.313 R-047 87 22 15.7038 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14-.179.009 R-097 87 12 48.7091 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 18.506 R-048 87 22 5.2495 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14-.179.192 R-098 87 12 36.5180 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 18.710 R-049 87 21 53.8116 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 9.385 R-099 87 12 25.4750 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 18.896 R-050 87 21 41.8939 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 9.588 R-100 87 12 14.0916 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 19.087 R-051 87 21 29.6008 Lo 1.24 1.17 .52 -.14 -.17 9.802

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Range or (feet (feet (f eet (feet (feet (mD Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EscambiaCountyEscambiaCountyR-101 87 12 3.6513 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 19.263 R-152 87 2 40.6587 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 .19 28.792 R-102 87 11 51.2822 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 19.472 R-153 87 2 29.4732 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 28.982 R-103 87 11 40.8850 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 19.647 R-154 87 2 18.2400 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 29. 172 R-104 87 11 29.6165 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 19.838 R-155 87 2 7. 1442 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 29.360 R-105 87 11 18.6166 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20.022 R-156 87 1 55.2747 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 29.561 R-106 87 11 5.9272 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20.228 R-157 87 1 44.3969 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 29.746 R-107 87 10 55.5960 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20.407 R-158 87 1 33.2419 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 29.937 R-108 87 10 45.1772 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20. 581 R-159 87 1 22.2311 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 30.122 R-109 87 10 35.2992 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20.752 R-160 87 1 10.7232 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 30.319 R-110 87 10 24.4609 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 20.932 R-161 87 0 59.3329 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 30.513 R-111 87 10 13.0765 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 21.125 R-162 87 0 48.2489 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 30.699 R-112 87 10 2.5108 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 21.300 R-163 87 0 36.4079 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 30.897 R-113 87 9 52.6972 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 21.456 R-164 87 0 26.9051 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 31.061 R-114 87 9 40.8049 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 21.657 R-165 87 0 15.0068 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 31.262 R-115 87 9 30.2112 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 21.838 R-166 87 0 3.2247 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 31.457 R-116 87 9 19.7776 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.022 R-167 86 59 52.4294 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 31.638 R-117 87 9 7.2429 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.231 R-168 86 59 41.8136 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 31.818 R-118 87 8 58.5338 Lo 1.24 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.377 R-169 86 59 29.8845 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 32.020 R-119 87 8 47.7756 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.563 R-170 86 59 18.3213 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 32.218 R-120 87 8 36.3893 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.760 R-171 86 59 6.7558 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 32.411 R-121 87 8 24.9905 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 22.946 R-172 86 58 55.2641 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 32.605 R-122 87 8 14.2038 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.18 23.133 R-173 86 58 45.1395 Lo 1.22 1.16 .50 -.15 -.20 32.77700R-123 87 8 2.2477 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 23.337 R-174 86 58 34.1041 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 32.964 R-124 87 7 52.1342 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 23.507 R-175 86 58 23.6753 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 33.142 R-125 87 7 41.3870 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 23.683 R-176 86 58 11.7265 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 33.345 R-126 87 7 30.0230 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 23.879 R-177 86 58 0.1067 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 33.543 R-127 87 7 18.0248 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 24.082 R-178 86 57 48.9227 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 33.730 R-128 87 7 8.4465 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 24.243 R-179 86 57 38.7806 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 33.905 R-129 87 6 58.2338 Lo 1.23 1.17 .51 -.15 -.19 24.418 R-180 86 57 27.6921 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 34.093 R-130 87 6 46.8719 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 24.612 R-181 86 57 16.0724 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 34.289 R-131 87 6 35.1091 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 24.807 R-182 86 57 4.9711 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 34.476 R-132 87 6 25.1109 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 24.982 R-183 86 56 53.3443 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 34.672 R-133 87 6 14.0727 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 25 170 R-184 86 56 42.0700 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 .15 -.20 34.863 R-134 87 6 3.4027 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 25.351 R-185 86 56 30.7331 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 35.053 R-135 87 5 52.8182 Lo 1.23 1.16 .51 -.15 -.19 25.531 R-186 86 56 18.5222 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 35.260 R-136 87 5 40.1579 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 25.743 R-187 86 56 7.8527 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 35.442 R-137 87 5 29.3244 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 25.925 R-188 86 55 57.0929 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 35.626 R-138A 87 5 18.6800 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 26.114 R-189 86 55 46.0202 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 35.814 R-139 87 5 8.5742 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 26.290 R-190 86 55 35.0327 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.000 R-140 87 457.1817 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 26.479 R-191 86 55 24.2899 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.182 R-141 87 4 44.7803 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 26.690 R-192 86 55 12.2408 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.387 R-142 87 4 33.8269 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 26.876 R-193 86 54 58.9427 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.607 R-143 87 4 22.2221 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 27.072 R-194 86 54 49.5707 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.770 R-144 87 4 10.7860 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 27.267 R-195 86 54 38.7655 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 36.951 R-145 87 3 59.9284 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 27.452 R-196 86 54 27.0637 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 37.149 R-146 87 3 48.5297 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 27.645 R-197 86 54 15.2952 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 37.349 R-147 87 3 37.5403 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 27.831 R-198 86 54 4.4234 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 .15 -.20 37.533 R-148 87 3 25.8621 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 28.029 R-199 86 53 52.8165 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 37.720 R-149 87 3 14.6902 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 28.217 R-200 86 53 42.3305 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 37.896 R-150 87 3 3.8435 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 28.402 R-201 86 53 30.4560 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 38.094 R-151 87 2 51.4931 Lo 1.23 1.16 .50 -.15 -.19 28.610 R-202 86 53 19.1135 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 38.285

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude = Lo MHHW MHW MTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (f eet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EscambiaCounty OkaLoosa CountyR-203 86 53 8.0182 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 38.473 R-37 86 26 25.2836 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.22 65.373 R-204 86 52 56.6174 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 38.665 R-38 86 26 13.6172 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 65.567 R-205 86 52 46.4667 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.20 38.836 R-39 86 26 2.5766 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 65.750 R-206 86 52 33.2498 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 39.056 R-40 86 25 51.6562 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 65.932 R-207 86 52 21.4336 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 39.253 R-41 86 25 38.6000 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 66.145 R-208 86 52 10.4040 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 39.450 R-42 86 25 27.4491 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 66.334 R-209 86 51 58.7094 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 39.636 R-43 86 25 16.5768 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 66.514 R-210 86 51 46.4832 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 39.978 R-44 86 25 4.8083 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 66.710 R-211A 86 51 34.6777 Lo 1.22 1.15 .50 -.15 -.21 40. 175 R-45 86 24 53.2567 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 66.904 R-212 86 51 22.8819 Lo 1.21 1.15 .50 -.14 -.21 40.373 R-46 86 24 40.7088 Lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.09 -.21 67.113 R-213 86 51 15.0246 Lo 1.21 1.15 .50 -.14 -.21 40.506 R-47 86 24 29.7486 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 67.298 R-214 86 51 0.5164 Lo 1.21 1.14 .50 -.14 -.21 40.748 R-48 86 24 17.7675 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 67.496 OkaLoosa County R-49 86 24 6.9006 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 67.679 R-1 86 37 59.3728 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 53.800 R-50 86 23 55.5185 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 67.870 R-2 86 37 48.1070 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 53.986 Walton County R-3 86 37 34.8463 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 54.207 R-01 86 23 50.3382 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 67.953 R-4 86 37 22.3061 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 54.415 R-02 86 23 37.4987 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 68.580 R-5 86 37 9.7585 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 54.623 R-03A 86 23 26.4488 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 68.986 R-6 86 36 57.8161 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 54.817 R-04 86 23 3.1040 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 69.159 R-7 86 36 45.3434 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 55.024 R-05 86 22 49.8013 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 69.378 R-8 86 36 33.2485 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 55.227 R-06 86 22 39.4607 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 69.555 oj::. R-9 86 36 20.7459 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 55.436 W-07 86 22 15.0118 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09 -.21 69.962u:>R-10 86 36 9.1048 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12 -.22 55.631 R-08 86 22 4.4172 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.09-.2170.141 R-11 86 35 57.6085 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51-.12 -.2255.824 R-09 86 21 53.5549 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 70.328 R-12 86 35 45.2410 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.12-.2256.030 R-10 86 21 41.6426 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 70.527 R-13 86 35 32.8618 Lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.11-.2256.238 R-11 86 21 30.1852 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08-.2170.718 R-14 86 35 20.8651 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.11 -.22 56.439 R-12 86 21 18.5944 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 70.915 R-15 86 35 8.6022 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.11-.2256.641 R-13 86 21 7.2406 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 71 106 R-16 86 34 58.6609 lo 1.20 1.13 .51 -.11 -.22 56.806 R-14 86 20 56.1596 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 71.292 Destin East Pass R-15 86 20 43.8976 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 71.500 R-17 86 30 19.7755 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2261.494 R-16 86 20 30.6360 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 71.717 R-18 86 30 10.0894 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2261.628 R-17 86 20 18.0538 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 71.931 R-19 8629 58.7902 lo 1.20 1.12 .51-.10-.22 61.832 R-18 86 20 7.6228 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 72. 114 R-20 86 29 47.8297 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2262.019 R-19 86 19 56.8618 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 72.293 R-21 86 29 34.6834 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2262.227 R-20 86 19 46.0880 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 72.476 R-22 86 29 23.1928 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10 -.22 62.415 R-21 86 19 33.8579 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 72.682 R-23 8629 11.5502 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10 -.22 62.615 R-22 86 19 21.8584 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 72.886 R-24 86 29 1.6943 lo 1.20 1.12 .51-.10 -.2262.778 R-23 86 19 11.0380 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 73.069 R-25 86 28 46.9650 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10 -.22 63.023 R-24 86 18 59.7935 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 73.260 R-26 86 28 35.4587 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2263.214 R-25 86 18 49.2668 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 73.429 R-27 86 28 22.6487 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2263.427 R-26 86 18 35.6839 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 73.667 R-28 86 28 10.4047 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2263.629 R-27 86 18 25.9767 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 73.834 R-29 86 27 58.8033 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2263.820 R-28 86 18 13.8855 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 74.035 R-30 86 27 45.0296 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2264.048 R-29 90 44 56.0008 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08-.2174.252 R-31 86 27 32.7127 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2264.252 R-30 86 17 51.6466 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 74.418 R-32 86 27 23.0935 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10 -.22 64.413 R-31 86 17 40.0884 lo 1.20 1.12 .52-.08 -.2174.617 R-33 86 27 12.0577 lo 1.20 1.12 .51-.10-.22 64.596 R-32 86 17 28.9893 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 74.806 R-34 86 26 59.9595 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2264.797 R-33 86 17 17.8857 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 74.997 R-35 86 26 48.6502 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2264.985 R-34 86 17 6.3736 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 75. 194 R-36 86 26 37.9129 lo 1.20 1.12 .51 -.10-.2265.163 R-35 86 16 55.2890 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 75.384 R-36 86 16 43.8611 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 75.577

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude=LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Range or (feet ( feet (feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WaLton County WaLton County R-37 86 16 33.0682 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 75.765 R-88 86 6 59.7310 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 85.791 R-38 86 16 21.5132 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 75.964 R-89 86 6 48.7254 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 85.986 R-39 86 16 10.4180 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.08 -.21 76.156 R-90 86 6 37.7805 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 86. 178 R-40 86 15 58.9810 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 76.352 R-91 86 6 26.8328 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 86.367 R-41 86 15 47.1697 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 76.553 R-92 86 6 16.0829 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 86.556 R-42 86 15 36.1911 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 76.744 R-93 86 6 5.4684 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 86.749 R-43 86 15 25.0568 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 76.939 R-94 90 44 56.0008 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 86.949 R-44 86 15 13.8424 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 77 .133 R-95 90 44 56.0008 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 87. 113 W-45 86 15 2.1992 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 77.323 R-96 86 5 31.8083 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 87.338 R-46 86 1448.7365 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 77.556 R-97 86 5 21.9718 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 87.515 R-47 86 14 36.9856 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 77.772 R-98 86 5 9.9752 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 87.716 R-48 86 14 24.7832 Lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 77.984 W-99 86 4 58.3331 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 87.921 R-49 86 14 13.2804 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 78.186 R-100 86 4 49.7415 lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.20 88.092 R-50 86 14 1.2516 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 78.395 W-101 86 4 38.0575 lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.20 88.296 R-51 86 13 50.4778 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 78.586 R-102 86 4 27.5619 lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.20 88.488 R-52 86 13 38.9877 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 78.785 R-103A 86 4 14.3387 lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.20 88.869 R-53 86 13 28.6221 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 78.967 R-104 86 3 55.1507 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.20 89.041 R-54 86 13 17.4869 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 79.162 R-105 86 3 44.3597 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 89.270 R-55 86 12 59.2288 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 79.478 R-106 86 3 33.5230 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 89.462 R-56 86 12 54.9366 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 79.562 R-107 86 3 22.8574 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 89.658 R-57 86 12 43.9238 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 79.753 W-108 86 3 11.5341 lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 89.845 R-58 86 12 32.6655 lo 1.20 1.12 .52 -.07 -.21 79.950 R-109 86 3 2.0427 lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.20 90.029
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHW MTL MLW MLLW DistanceDNR Longitude = LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet ( feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BayCountyBayCountyR-11 85 57 35.0657 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.19 95.559 R-62-T 85 49 7.3212 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.08 -.19 105.324 R-12 85 57 25.0062 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 95.746 R-63-T 85 48 58.5935 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 105.499 R-13-T 85 57 14.2801 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 95.935 R-64-T 85 48 50.3518 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 105.690 R-14 85 57 4.3100 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 96.126 R-65-T 85 48 40.2973 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 105.892 R-15 85 56 54.3224 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 96.315 R-66 85 48 29.7864 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 106.078 R-16 85 56 43.9586 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 96.506 R-67 85 48 20.2871 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 106.291 R-17-T 85 56 33.8426 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 96.691 R-68 85 48 11.8644 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 106.460 R-18 85 56 22.7597 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.19 96.901 R-69 85 48 1 8190 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 106.647 R-19 85 56 13.6543 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 97.073 R-70-T 85 47 53.2491 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 106.833 T-20 85 56 3.7645 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 97.264 R-71-T 85 47 44.4566 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.09 -.18 107.008 R-21-T 85 55 54.3051 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.19 97.431 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Lo 1.19 1.10 .50 -.09 -.18 108.894 R-31-T 85 54 14.3501 Lo 1.20 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 99.328 R-82-T 85 46 3.0261 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.09 -.18 109.100U1R-32-T 85 54 4.4426 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 99.518 R-83-T 85 45 55.4075 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 109.278 R-33-T 85 53 53.2883 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 99.721 R-84 85 45 47.0386 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 109.461 R-34-T 85 53 38.7658 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 100.007 R-85-T 85 45 35.3289 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 109.672 R-35 85 53 27.9769 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.07 -.19 100.212 R-86 85 45 30.8434 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 109.840 R-36 85 53 17.7229 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .52 -.07 -.19 100.410 R-87 85 45 20.9005 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 110.039 R-37-T 85 53 9.7901 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .52 -.08 -.19 100.567 R-88T 85 45 13.3982 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 110.217 R-38-T 85 52 59.5754 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .52 -.08 -.19 100.773 R-89 85 45 5.6224 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 110.404 R-39 85 52 49.5881 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.08 -.19 100.957 R-90T 85 44 55.5994 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 110.624 R-40-T 85 52 38.7149 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .52 -.08 -.19 101.155 R-91 85 44 48.7713 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 110.780 R-41-T 85 52 29.8055 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .52 -.08 -.19 101.340 R-92-T 85 44 39.7656 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 .18 110.968 R-42 85 52 21.9208 Lo 1.19 1.11 .52 -.08 -.19 101.495 R-93-A 85 44 32.7765 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 111.150 R-43 85 52 10.6892 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .51 -.08 -.19 101.727 R-94 85 44 24.8342 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 111.358 R-44 85 52 2.7621 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .51 -.08 -.19 101.867 R-95-T 85 44 16.4459 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 111.544 R-45-T 85 51 50.2869 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 102.095 R-96T 85 44 7.2539 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 111 .715 R-46 85 51 41.2023 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 102.291 R-97 85 44 0.7569 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.10 -.18 111.907 R-47-T 85 51 32.9707 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 102.452 Panama City Shipping Channel (St. Andrews Inlet) R-48 85 51 19.6242 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 102.683 R-98-A 85 43 43.7559 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.11 -.18 112.361 R-49 85 51 12.0611 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 102.864 R-99 85 43 34.9655 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.11 -.18 112.569 R-50-T 85 51 2.6717 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .51 -.08 -.19 103.039 R-100 85 43 26.2316 Lo 1.18 1.10 .50 -.11 -.18 112.753 R-51-T 85 50 52.7846 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 103.234 R-10185 43 16.1993 Lo 1.18 1.10 .49 -.11 -.18 112.946 R-52-T 85 50 43.7739 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 103.431 R-10285 43 6.8755 Lo 1.18 1.10 .49 -.11 -.18 113.149 R-53-T 85 50 33.5508 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 103.617 R-10385 42 57.2894 Lo 1.18 1.10 .49 -.11 -.18 113.361 R-54 85 50 23.9598 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 103.806 R-10485 42 50.4958 Lo 1.18 1.10 .49 -.11 -.18 113.509 R-55-T 85 50 11.7024 Lo 1.19 1.11 .51 -.08 -.19 104.065 R-105 85 42 41.2902 Lo 1.18 1.09 .49 -.11 -.18 113.702 R-56-T 85 49 58.7910 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.08 -.19 104.310 R-10685 42 30.4589 Lo 1.18 1.09 .49 -.11 -.19 113.913 R-57-T 85 49 54.5889 Lo 1.19 1.10 .51 -.08 -.19 104.388 R-10785 42 22.9474 Lo 1.18 1.09 .49 -.11 -.19 114.069 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.40-.24-.24 140.527 R-115 85 41 5.5782 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49-.12-.19 115.574 R-018 29 53 7.2506 La 1.09 1.03 .40 -.24 -.24 140.719 R-116 85 40 55.3778 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49 -.12 -.19 115.758 R-019 29 52 58.0719 La 1.09 1.03 .40 -.24 -.24 140.914 R-117 85 40 46.2641 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49-.12 -.19115.938 R-020 29 52 49.8821 La 1.09 1.03 .39 -.25 -.25 141.091 R-118 85 40 36.1156 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49 -.12 -.19 116.130 R-021 29 52 40.2599 La 1.09 1.03 .39 -.25 -.25 141.286 R-119 85 4027.1534 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49 -.12-.19116.297 R-022 295231.3849 La 1.09 1.03 .39-.25-.25 141.472 R-120 85 40 16.8500 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49 -.12-.19116.481 R-023 29 52 22.3706 La 1.09 1.03 .39-.25-.25 141.661 R-121 85 40 6.7502 Lo 1.17 1.09 .49-.12 -.19116.671 R-024 29 52 13.2107 La 1.08 1.03 .39-.25-.25 141.849 St. Andrews Bay East Entrance R-025 29 52 3.9517 La 1.08 1.03 .39-.25-.25 142.037 Eloise Inlet R-026 29 51 54.5278 La 1.08 1.03 .39 -.25 -.25 142.225 R-122 85 26 51.7918 Lo 1.12 1.06 .43 -.20 -.22 133.079 R-027 29 51 45.1544 La 1.08 1.03 .39 -.25 -.25 142.412 R-123 85 26 40.8091 Lo 1.12 1.06 .43 -.20 -.22 133.277 R-028 29 51 35.6081 La 1.08 1.03 .39 -.25 -.25 142.601 R-124 85 26 29.8243 Lo 1.12 1.06 .43 -.20-.22133.475 R-029 29 51 26.4199 La 1.08 1.03 .39 -.26 -.25 142.792 R-125 85 26 19.6925 Lo 1.12 1.06 .43-.20-.22 133.660 R-030 29 51 17.4129 La 1.08 1.03 .39 -.26-.25142 982 R-126 85 26 8.4430 Lo 1.12 1.05 .43-.20 -.22133.852 R-031 29 51 8.5166 La 1.08 1.03 .39-.26-.26 143.177 R-127A 85 25 57.8351 Lo 1.12 1.05 .42 -.21-.22134.162 St. Joseph Point Channel (Port St. Joe Channel) Mexico Beach Inlet R-032 29 52 23.1201 La 1.06 1.01 .37 -.28 -.28 147.226 R-128 85 25 40.8778 Lo 1.12 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 134.304 R-033 29 52 15.1055 La 1.06 1.01 .37 -.28-.28147.527 (J1 R-129 85 25 29.7491 Lo 1.12 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 134.541 R-034 29 52 9.5457 La 1.06 1.01 .36-.28 -.28147.699 N R-130 85 25 18.6155 Lo 1.12 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 134.741 R-035 29 51 59.8681 La 1.06 1.01 .36 -.28 -.28 147.917 R-131 85 25 7.6781 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 134.945 R-036 29 51 57.7889 La 1.05 1.01 .36 -.29 -.28 148.109 R-132 85 24 59.1805 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21-.22135 121 R-037 29 51 50.4118 La 1.05 1.01 .36-.29 -.28148.336 R-133 85 24 48.4239 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21-.22135.245 R-038 29 51 41.9018 La 1.05 1.01 .36 -.29 -.28 148.539 R-134 85 24 39.5789 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 135.405 R-039 29 51 33.1680 La 1.05 1.01 .36 -.29 -.28 148.737 R-135 85 24 29.3430 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21 -.22 135.593 R-040 29 51 25.0291 La 1.05 1.01 .36-.29 -.29148.940 R-136 85 24 19.8028 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.21-.22135.721 R-041 29 51 14.8533 La 1.05 1.01 .36 -.29-.29149.146 R-137 85 24 11.0577 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.22 -.22 135.895 R-042A 29 51 3.7568 La 1.05 1.01 .36 -.29 -.29 149.351 R-138 85 24 2.1999 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.22 -.23 136.046 R-043 29 50 54.3485 La 1.05 1.00 .36 -.29 -.29 149.537 R-139 85 23 54.8579 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42 -.22 -.23 136.216 R-044 29 50 44.6154 La 1.05 1.00 .36 -.29-.29149.741 R-140 85 23 46.5282 Lo 1.11 1.05 .42-.22-.23 136.380 R-045A 29 50 34.8054 La 1.05 1.00 .35 -.30 -.29 149.931 R-141 85 23 38.3381 Lo 1 .11 1.05 .41 -.22-.23136.543 R-046 29 50 24.6094 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.29 150.119 R-142 85 23 30.3383 Lo 1.11 1.05 .41 -.22 -.23 136.709 R-047 29 50 14.2188 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30-.29150.326 R-143 85 23 23.0079 Lo 1.11 1.05 .41 -.22-.23136.866 R-048 29 50 3.7528 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.30 150.524 R-144 85 23 19.2351 Lo 1.11 1.05 .41 -.22-.23136.948 R-049 29 49 54.4423 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.30 150.720GuLfCounty R-050 29 49 44.2925 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30-.30150.914 R-001 29 55 22.6732 La 1.10 1.04 .41-.22-.23 137.492 R-051A 29 49 34.0929 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.30 151.109 R-002 29 55 14.6763 La 1.10 1.04 .41 -.23-.23137.687 R-052 29 49 23.9430 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.30 151.304 R-003 29 55 7.2850 La 1.10 1.04 .41 -.23 -.23 137.880 R-053 29 49 13.9914 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.30 -.30 151.505 R-004 29 54 59.4740 La 1.10 1.04 .41-.23 -.23138.073 R-054A 29 49 4. 1200 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.31-.30151.692 R-005 29 54 51.9410 La 1.10 1.04 .41 -.23-.23138.263 R-055 29 48 53.8268 La 1.04 1.00 .35 -.31-.30151.892 R-006 29 54 44.5265 La 1.10 1.04 .41 -.23-.23138.450 R-056 29 48 43.9371 La 1.03 1.00 .35 -.31 -.31 152.079 R-007 29 54 36.3716 La 1.10 1.04 .41 -.23 -.24 138.655 R-057A 29 48 33.6966 La 1.03 1.00 .34 -.31 -.31 152.275 R-008 29 54 29.6214 La 1.10 1.04 .40 -.23 -.24 138.836 R-058 29 48 23.3554 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.31 -.31 152.479 R-009 29 54 21.4524 La 1.10 1.04 .40 -.23 -.24 139.021 R-059 29 48 13.7556 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.31 -.31 152.666 R-010 29 54 13.7189 La 1.10 1.04 .40-.23-.24 139.211 R-060 29 48 3.4823 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.31-.31152.862 R-011 29 54 5.9916 La 1.10 1.04 .40-.24-.24 139.395 R-061 29 47 53.7779 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.31 -.31 153.059 R-012 29 53 58.0654 La 1.09 1.04 .40-.24 -.24139.585 R-062 29 47 43.7692 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.31 -.31 153.247 R-013 29 53 50.0286 La 1.09 1.04 .40 -.24-.24139.775

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mi) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GuLf County GuLf County R-063 29 47 33.0205 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.32 -.31 153.450 R-114A 29 39 35.3389 La .98 .95 .30 -.36 -.39 163.443 R-064 29 47 23.5412 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.32 -.32 153.651 R-115A 29 39 32.2720 La .98 .95 .30 -.37 -.39 163.650 R-065 29 47 13.6292 La 1.03 .99 .34 -.32 -.32 153.845 R-116 29 39 23.2813 La .97 .95 .30 -.37 -.40 163.804 R-066A 29 47 3.0052 La 1.02 .99 .34 -.32 -.32 154.050 R-117A 85 20 54.9426 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.40 163.958 R-067 29 46 52.2753 La 1.02 .99 .34 -.32 -.32 154.250 R-118 90 44 56.0008 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.40 164.112 R-068 29 46 41.8610 La 1.02 .99 .33 -.32 -.32 154.450 R-119 85 20 57.5320 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.40 164.267 R-069A 294631.8887 La 1.02 .99 .33 -.32 -.32 154.653 R-120 85 20 51.6316 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.40 164.421 R-070 294621.6257 La 1.02 .99 .33 -.32 -.32 154.860 R-121 85 20 46.0230 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.40 164.631 R-071 29 46 11.2151 La 1.02 .98 .33 -.32 -.33 155.059 R-122 85 20 37.7525 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 164.800 R-072A 29 46 1.0526 La 1.02 .98 .33 -.32 -.33 155.262 R-123 85 20 26.9942 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 164.978 R-073 29 45 50.3687 La 1.02 .98 .33 -.33 -.33 155.465 R-124 85 20 16.1357 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 165.175 R-074 29 45 41.2942 La 1.02 .98 .33 -.33 -.33 155.662 R-125 85 20 5.9460 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 165.363 R-075 29 45 30.1835 La 1.01 .98 .33 -.33 -.33 155.863 R-126 85 19 54.9502 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 165.551 R-076A 29 45 20.4757 La 1.01 .98 .33 -.33 -.33 156.063 R-127 85 19 43.1343 Lo .97 .95 .29 -.37 -.41 165.760 R-077 29 45 10.3574 La 1.01 .98 .33 -.33 -.33 156.262 R-128 85 19 33.0585 Lo .96 .95 .29 -.38 -.42 165.936 R-078A 29 45 0.7205 La 1.01 .98 .33 -.33 -.34 156.463 R-129 85 19 22.0766 Lo .96 .95 .29 -.38 -.42 166.125 R-079A 29 44 50.1946 La 1.01 .98 .32 -.33 -.34 156.661 R-130 85 19 10.4333 Lo .96 .95 .29 -.38 -.42 166.326 R-080 29 44 40.2940 La 1.01 .98 .32 -.33 -.34 156.856 R-131 85 18 58.5756 Lo .96 .94 .28 -.38 -.42 166.527 R-081 A 29 44 30.5608 La 1.01 .98 .32 -.33 -.34 157.057 R-132 85 18 47.2749 Lo .96 .94 .28 -.38 -.42 166.718 R-082 29 44 20.4925 La 1.01 .98 .32 -.34 -.34 157.252 R-133 85 18 35.2633 Lo .96 .94 .28 -.38 -.42 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1.00 .97 .31 -.34 -.36 159.187 R-143 85 1641.2385 Lo .95 .94 .28 -.39 -.44 168.822 R-093 29 42 36.1940 La 1.00 .97 .31 -.35 -.36 159.374 R-144 85 16 28.7435 Lo .95 .94 .28 -.39 -.45 169.029 R-094A 29 42 27.2441 La 1.00 .97 .31 -.35 -.36 159.571 R-145 85 16 17.6547 Lo .95 .94 .28 -.39 -.45 169.217 R-095A 29 42 17.5073 La .99 .97 .31 -.35 -.36 159.771 R-146 85 16 5.9762 Lo .95 .94 .28 -.39 -.45 169.415 R-096A 29 42 7.6500 La .99 .97 .31 -.35 -.36 159.967 R-147 85 15 55.7526 Lo .95 .93 .27 -.39 -.45 169.587 R-097A 29 41 58.8033 La .99 .97 .31 -.35 -.37 160.155 R-148 85 15 43.9404 Lo .95 .93 .27 -.39 -.45 169.788 R-098 29 41 49.8385 La .99 .97 .31 -.35 -.37 160.341 R-149 85 15 32.0904 Lo .95 .93 .27 -.39 -.45 169.982 R-099A 2941 41.4908 La .99 .97 .31 -.35 -.37 160.544 R-150 85 15 21.2730 Lo .95 .93 .27 -.39 -.46 170.169 R-100A 29 41 31.9852 La .99 .96 .31 -.35 -.37 160.730 R-151 85 15 9.7794 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.39 -.46 170.372 R-101A 29 41 23.1215 La .99 .96 .31 -.35 -.37 160.922 R-152 85 14 58.0237 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.39 -.46 170.572 R-102A 29 41 14.6641 La .99 .96 .31 -.35 -.37 161.108 R-153 85 14 46.9566 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.39 -.46 170.763 R-103A 29 41 6.5429 La .99 .96 .31 -.36 -.37 161.300 R-154 85 14 35.6458 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.39 -.46 170.963 R-104A 29 40 58.3015 La .99 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 161.499 R-155 85 14 24.0342 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.47 171.186 R-105A 29 40 48.5763 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 161.693 R-156 85 14 14.0050 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.47 171.356 R-106A 29 40 40.4135 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 161.887 R-157A 85 14 2.2106 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.47 171.552 R-107A 29 40 31.4142 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 162.084 R-158 85 13 52.4459 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.48 172.025 R-108A 29 40 23.3481 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 162.271 R-159 85 13 41.9419 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.48 172.212 R-109A 29 40 15.4397 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.38 162.467 R-160 85 13 31.6506 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.48 172.408 R-110A 29 40 7.4206 La .98 .96 .30 -.36 -.39 162.678 R-161 85 13 24.5856 Lo .94 .93 .27 -.40 -.48 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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude= LoMHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance DNR Longitude= LoMHHW MHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (feet (mD Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Franklin County Franklin County West Pass R-050 84 57 47.0144 lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.69 191.137 R-001 85 5 45.9491 Lo .91 .91 .25-.42-.58 181.647 R-051 84 57 40.4461 lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.70 191.286 R-002 85 5 40.2407 Lo .91 .91 .25 -.42-.58181.943 Bob Sikes Cut R-003 85 5 30.4473 lo .91 .91 .25 -.42-.59182.161 R-052T 84 57 26.4111 lo .91 .91 .24-.43-.70 191.520 R-004 85 5 21.7001 Lo .91 .91 .25 -.42 -.59 182.335 R-053 84 57 15.1357 lo .92 .91 .24-.43-.70 191.725 R-005 85 5 10.9603 Lo .91 .91 .25 -.42 -.59 182.540 R-054 84 57 4.3807 Lo .92 .91 .24 -.43-.70191.935 R-006 85 5 1.4489 lo .91 .91 .24 -.42 -.59 182.721 R-055 84 56 53.2049 lo .92 .91 .24 -.43 -.71 192.146 R-007 85 4 51.3999 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.60182.909 R-056 84 56 41.9946 lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.71 192.357 R-008 85 441.1626 lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.60183.105 R-057 84 56 31.2827 lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.71 192.560 R-009 85 4 33.8054 Lo .91 .91 .24-.42 -.60183.281 R-058 84 56 20.2646 lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.71 192.769 R-010 85 4 24.4527 lo .91 .91 .24-.42-.60 183.478 R-059T 84 56 9.0804 lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.72 192.992 R-011 85 4 14.8637 lo .91 .91 .24 -.42 -.60 183.683 R-060 84 55 58.7369 lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.72 193.192 R-012 85 4 5.5607 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.61183.870 R-061T 84 55 49.2197 Lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.72 193.394 R-013 85 3 57.2240 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.61184.028 R-062T 84 55 37.7484 Lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.72 193.611 R-014T 85 3 48.4802 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42 -.61 184.233 R-063 84 55 27.9329 Lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.73 193.810 R-015 85 3 40.5569 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.61184.420 R-064 84 55 17.1094 Lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.73 194.025 R-016 85 3 34.8884 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.42-.62184.612 R-065T 84 55 4.4732 Lo .92 .91 .25 -.43 -.73 194.280 R-017 85 3 27.9144 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.62 184.797 R-066T 84 54 56.1855 Lo .92 .92 .25 -.43 -.73 194.441 R-018 85 3 20.6733 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.62 184.987 R-067 84 54 45.1333 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.74 194.657 R-019T 85 3 12.8672 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.62 185.181 R-068 84 54 34.3758 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.74 194.866 R-020T 85 3 4.5285 lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.62 185.398 R-069T 84 54 24.5394 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43-.74195.063 (]I R-021T 85 2 56.4335 Lo .91 .90 .24-.43 -.63185.674 R-070T 84 54 13.6694 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.74 195.281 oJ:> R-022 85 2 52.0041 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.63 185.751 R-071 T 84 54 3.1844 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.75 195.494 R-023 85 2 40.9612 Lo .91 .90 .24-.43 -.63185.937 R-072T 84 53 53.4749 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.75 195.680 R-024 85 2 29.8394 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.63 186.127 R-073T 84 53 41.8698 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.75 195.914 R-025 85 2 19.1117 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43-.64186.312 R-074 84 53 33.1592 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.75 196.089 R-026 85 2 7.7153 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.64 186.518 R-075 84 53 22.2291 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.76 196.303 R-027 85 1 56.7504 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.64 186.710 R-076 84 53 11.8643 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43-.76196.506 R-028 85 1 45.6294 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.64 186.907 R-077 84 53 2.2396 Lo .93 .92 .25 -.43 -.76 196.694 R-029 85 1 35.1043 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43-.64187.096 R-078T 84 52 52.4150 Lo .94 .92 .25 -.43 -.76 196.882 R-030 85 1 24.0886 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.65 187.291 R-079T 84 52 40.8286 Lo .94 .92 .25 -.43-.77197.098 R-031 85 1 13.0921 Lo .91 .90 .24-.43 -.65187.484 R-080 84 52 30.5254 Lo .94 .93 .25 -.43 -.77 197.288 R-032 85 1 2.4214 Lo .91 .90 .24 -.43 -.65 187.673 R-081 84 52 19.6231 Lo .94 .93 .25 -.43 -.77 197.491 R-033T 85 0 51.9120 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.65187.862 R-082T 84 52 8. 1264 Lo .94 .93 .26 -.43-.77197. 701 R-034 85 0 40.0049 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.66 188.064 R-083T 84 51 56.4081 Lo .94 .93 .26 -.43-.77197.906 R-035 85 0 29.0033 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.66 188.253 R-084 84 51 46.5458 Lo .94 .93 .26 -.43 -.78 198.089 R-036 85 0 18.9676 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.66188.438 R-085T 84 51 36.1079 Lo .94 .93 .26 -.42 -.78 198.292 R-037 85 0 7.2989 lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.66 188.641 R-086 84 51 24.1621 Lo .95 .93 .26 -.42-.78198.501 R-038T 84 59 57.8582 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.67 188.801 R-087 84 51 13.6118 Lo .95 .93 .26 -.42-.78198.692 R-039 84 59 45.4064 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.67189.019 R-088 84 51 2.6420 Lo .95 .93 .26 -.42 -.79 198.889 R-040T 84 59 36.0762 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.67189.202 R-089T 84 50 51.1603 Lo .95 .93 .26 -.42 -.79 199.091 R-041 84 59 25.5867 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.67189.386 R-090 84 50 40.1941 Lo .95 .93 .26 -.42-.79199.285 R-042 84 59 13.2882 Lo .91 .91 .24-.43-.67 189.594 R-091T 84 50 29.3802 Lo .95 .94 .26 -.42-.79199.476 R-043 84 59 2.6638 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43 -.68 189.785 R-092 84 50 18.1357 Lo .95 .94 .26 -.42 -.80 199.674 R-044 84 58 52.1023 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.68189.976 R-093 84 50 7.6499 Lo .96 .94 .26 -.42 -.80 199.859 R-045 84 58 40.5242 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.68190.172 R-094T 84 49 55.1013 Lo .96 .94 .26 -.42 -.80 200.072 R-046 84 58 30.0376 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.68190.364 R-095 84 49 43.1984 Lo .96 .94 .26 -.42 -.80 200.271 R-047 84 58 19.3794 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.69190.557 R-096T 84 49 30.9427 Lo .96 .94 .26 -.42-.81200.483 R-048 84 58 8.5164 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.69190.753 R-097T 84 49 21.1599 Lo .96 .94 .26 -.42-.81200.690 R-049 84 57 57.9065 Lo .91 .91 .24 -.43-.69190.942 R-098T 84 49 8.8975 Lo .96 .94 .27 -.42-.81200.903

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======================================================================= ======================================================================= DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTLMLW MLLWDistanceDNRLongitude= LoMHHW MHWMTLMLW MLLWDistance Range or (feet (feet (feet (feet (f eet (m;) Range or (feet (feet ( feet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = LaNGVD)NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) Monu Latitude=LaNGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) ======================================================================= ======================================================================= FrankLin County Frank L i n County R-099T 84 48 55.7298 Lo .97 .94 .27 -.42-.81201.131 East Pass R-100 84 48 43.3528 Lo .97 .95 .27 -.42 -.81 201.334 R-149 84 41 48.1588 Lo 1.08 1.03 .32 -.41-.92210.697 R-101 84 48 32.4924 Lo .97 .95 .27-.42 -.82201.527 R-150 84 40 20.8235 Lo 1.12 1.05 .33-.41-.93 212.541 R-102T 844821.3908 Lo .97 .95 .27 -.42-.82201.731 R-151 84 40 23.1744 Lo 1.12 1.05 .33 -.41 -.93 212.421 R-103 84 48 10.8381 Lo .97 .95 .27-.42 -.82201.923 R-152 84 40 16.6194 Lo 1.12 1.05 .33-.41-.93 212.452 R-104 84 47 59.6637 Lo .97 .95 .27-.42 -.82202.118 R-153 84 40 6.5606 Lo 1.12 1.05 .33-.41-.93 212.556 R-105 84 47 49.3950 Lo .98 .95 .27-.42 -.83202.314 R-154 84 39 56.7479 Lo 1.12 1.05 .33-.41 -.93212.670 R-106 84 47 38.7059 Lo .98 .95 .27 -.42-.83202.510 R-155 84 39 45.6301 Lo 1.12 1.06 .33 -.41-.94212.857 R-107T 84 47 30.2772 Lo .98 .95 .27 -.42-.83202.687 R-156 84 39 34.9100 Lo 1.13 1.06 .33-.41 -.94213.040 R-108T 84 47 18.4339 Lo .98 .96 .27-.42 -.83202.908 R-157 84 39 24.4125 Lo 1.13 1.06 .33 -.41 -.94 213.224 R-109T 84 47 9.2202 Lo .98 .96 .27-.42 -.84203.105 R-158 84 39 13.1977 Lo 1.13 1.06 .34 -.41 -.94 213.411 R-110 84 46 56.8615 Lo .99 .96 .27-.42 -.84203.322 R-159 84 39 2.5121 Lo 1.14 1.07 .34 -.41 -.94 213.597 R-111 84 46 45.9526 Lo .99 .96 .28-.42-.84 203.530 R-160 84 38 52.1691 Lo 1.14 1.07 .34 -.41 -.94 213.784 R-112 84 46 35.6049 Lo .99 .96 .28 -.42 -.84 203.735 R-161 84 38 41.4428 Lo 1.15 1.07 .34 -.41 -.95 213.968 R-113T 84 46 24.5643 Lo .99 .96 .28-.42 -.84203.964 R-162 84 38 30.5759 Lo 1.15 1.07 .34 -.41-.95214.158 R-114 84 46 14.2242 Lo .99 .96 .28 -.42-.85204.151 R-163 84 38 19.8897 Lo 1.15 1.08 .34 -.41 -.95 214.343 R-115 84 46 4.6337 Lo 1.00 .97 .28-.42-.85 204.357 R-164 84 38 9. 1870 Lo 1.16 1.08 .34 -.41 -.95 214.531 R-116T 84 45 57.4538 Lo 1.00 .97 .28 -.42-.85204.564 R-165 84 37 58.6192 Lo 1.16 1.08 .35 -.41 -.95 214.713 R-117T 84 45 47.7374 Lo 1.00 .97 .28 -.42 -.85 204.770 R-166 84 37 47.9217 Lo 1.16 1.09 .35 -.41 -.95 214.901 R-118 84 45 38.3350 Lo 1.00 .97 .28 -.42 -.86 204.967 R-167 84 37 37.6095 Lo 1.17 1.09 .35 .41-.95215.080 R-119 84 45 29.6813 Lo 1.01 .97 .28 -.42 -.86 205.177 R-168T 84 37 26.6107 Lo 1.17 1.09 .35.41 -.96215.271 U1 R-120T 8445 21.8191 Lo 1.01 .97 .28 -.42 -.86 205.368 R-169 84 37 16.5385 Lo 1.18 1.09 .35 -.41 -.96 215.469 U1 R-121T 84 45 13.8262 Lo 1.01 .98 .29 -.42 -.86 205.560 R-17O 84 37 7.1810 Lo 1.18 1.10 .35 -.41 -.96 215.646 R-122T 84 45 7.1903 Lo 1.01 .98 .29-.42 -.86205.772 R-171 8436 57.7213 Lo 1.19 1.10 .35 -.41 -.96 215.825 R-123T 84 44 57.6099 Lo 1.02 .98 .29 -.42-.87205.963 R-172 84 36 46.7183 Lo 1.19 1.10 .36-.41 -.96216.030 R-124 84 44 48.1956 Lo 1.02 .98 .29 -.42-.87206.155 R-173 84 36 36.5599 Lo 1.19 1 .11 .36 -.41 -.96 216.219 R-125T 84 44 39.4857 Lo 1.02 .98 .29 -.42 -.87 206.349 R-174 84 36 27.5766 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .36 -.41 -.97 216.395 R-126T 84 44 31.3548 Lo 1.02 .98 .29 -.42 -.87 206.541 R-175T 84 36 17.5480 Lo 1.20 1 .11 .36 -.41 -.97 216.579 R-127T 84 44 22.7420 Lo 1.03 .99 .29 -.41-.88206.740 R-176T 84 36 6.6223 Lo 1.21 1.12 .36 -.41 -.97 216.772 R-128T 84 44 14.6341 Lo 1.03 .99 .29 -.41 -.88 206.938 R-177 84 35 56.3201 Lo 1.21 1.12 .36 -.41 -.97 216.955 R-129 84 44 5.6390 Lo 1.03 .99 .29 -.41-.88207.133 R-178 84 35 45.8479 Lo 1.22 1.12 .37 -.41-.97217.144 R-130T 84 43 55.7752 Lo 1.03 .99 .30 -.41-.88207.367 R-179 84 35 36.0399 Lo 1.22 1.13 .37 -.41-.97217.326 R-131T 84 43 48.7343 Lo 1.04 .99 .30 -.41 -.88 207.530 R-180T 84 35 26.2828 Lo 1.22 1.13 .37 -.41 -.97 217.509 R-132 84 43 39.7050 Lo 1.04 1.00 .30 -.41-.89207.731 R-181T 84 35 16.2669 Lo 1.23 1.13 .37 -.41 -.97 217.696 R-133 84 43 31.8957 Lo 1.04 1.00 .30.41-.89 207.923 R-182 84 35 6.8076 Lo 1.23 1.13 .37 -.41-.98217.879 R-134 84 43 23.7333 Lo 1.04 1.00 .30.41 -.89208.115 R-183 8434 56.1832 Lo 1.24 1.14 .37 -.41 -.98 218.075 R-135T 84 43 15.0489 Lo 1.05 1.00 .30 -.41-.89208.310 R-184 84 34 46.7072 Lo 1.24 1.14 .38 -.41 -.98 218.251 R-136T 84 43 7.5339 Lo 1.05 1.00 .30-.41 -.89208.502 R-185 84 34 39.5614 Lo 1.25 1.14 .38 -.41 -.98 218.417 R-137T 84 43 0.9733 Lo 1.05 1.01 .30 -.41 -.90 208.694 R-186T 84 34 33.5965 Lo 1.25 1.15 .38 -.41-.98218.653 R-138T 84 42 53.2285 Lo 1.06 1.01 .30 -.41 -.90 208.886 R-187 84 34 29.7895 Lo 1.26 1.15 .38 -.41-.98218.843 R-139T 84 42 45.3470 Lo 1.06 1.01 .31 -.41-.90209.089 R-188 84 34 26.0899 Lo 1.26 1.16 .38 -.41 -.98 219.024 R-140T 84 42 36.4161 Lo 1.06 1.01 .31 -.41 -.90 209. 284 R-189 84 34 23.5536 Lo 1.27 1.16 .39 -.41 -.98 219.196 R-141T 84 42 30.7345 Lo 1.06 1.01 .31 -.41 -.90 209.476 R-190 84 34 21.7893 Lo 1.27 1.16 .39 -.41 -.99 219.297 R-142 84 42 21.5136 Lo 1.07 1.02 .31.41-.91 209.667 R-191 84 34 22.0918 Lo 1.27 1.16 .39 -.41 -.99 219.396 R-143T 84 42 13.8943 Lo 1.07 1.02 .31 -.41 -.91 209.860 R-192 84 34 23.5566 Lo 1.28 1.16 .39 -.41-.99219.465 R-144 84 42 5.5872 Lo 1.07 1.02 .31 -.41 -.91 210.053 R-193 84 34 29.7796 Lo 1.27 1.16 .39 -.41 -.99 219.404 R-145T 84 41 57.6753 Lo 1.08 1.02 .31 -.41 -.91 210.249 Alligator Harbor R-146 84 41 50.1701 Lo 1.08 1.03 .31 -.41 -.91 210.433 R-194 84 25 42.5540 Lo 1.63 1.42 .50 -.43 -1.02 229.714 R-147 84 41 45.0364 Lo 1.08 1.03 .32.41-.91 210.614 R-195T 84 25 30.8440 Lo 1.64 1.43 .51 -.43 -1.02 229.954 R-148 84 41 46.4017 Lo 1.08 1.03 .32 -.41-.92210.677 R-196 84 25 20.8057 Lo 1.65 1.43 .51 -.43 -1.02 230.161

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DNR Longitude = Lo MHHWMHWMTL MLW MLLW Distance Range or (feet (feet (f eet (feet (feet (m;) Monu Latitude = La NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD) NGVD)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FrankLin County R-197 84 25 8.1418 Lo 1.66 1.44 .51 -.44 -1.02 230.370 R-198 84 24 56.5597 Lo 1.67 1.45 .52 -.44 -1.02 230.564 R-199 84 24 45.0337 Lo 1.67 1.45 .52 -.44 -1.02 230.756 R-200T 84 24 34.0369 Lo 1.68 1.46 .52 -.44 -1.02 230.941 R-201 84 24 24.0578 Lo 1.69 1.46 .52 -.44 -1.02 231.105 R-202 84 24 13.0856 Lo 1.70 1.47 .53 -.44 -1.02 231.297 R-203 84 24 2.4757 Lo 1.71 1.47 .53 -.44 -1.02 231.472 R-204 8423 51.2426 Lo 1.72 1.48 .53 -.44 -1.02 231.669 R-205 84 23 40.9542 Lo 1.72 1.49 .53 -.45 -1.02 231.861 R-206 84 23 29.7789 Lo 1.73 1.49 .54 -.45 -1.02 232.060 R-207 84 23 18.9832 Lo 1.74 1.50 .54 -.45 -1.02 232.245 R-208 84 23 8.7493 Lo 1.75 1.51 .54 -.45 -1.02 232.434 R-209 84 22 57.1558 Lo 1.76 1.51 .54 -.45 -1.02 232.645 R-210 84 22 48.4801 Lo 1.77 1.52 .55 -.45 -1.02 232.800 R-211 84 22 34.1086 Lo 1.78 1.53 .55 -.45 -1.02 233.057 R-212 84 22 23.8220 Lo 1.79 1.53 .55 -.46 -1.02 233.224 R-213 84 22 12.8952 Lo 1.80 1.54 .55 -.46 -1.01 233.412 R-214 84 22 2.8081 Lo 1.81 1.55 .56 -.46 -1.01 233.590 R-215 84 21 51.8925 Lo 1.82 1.55 .56 -.46 -1.01 233.778 R-216 84 21 41.0740 Lo 1.83 1.56 .56 -.46 -1.01 233.956 R-217 84 21 30.1924 Lo 1.83 1.57 .56 -.46 -1.01 234.139(]IR-218T 84 21 19.2789 Lo 1.84 1.57 .57 -.46 -1.01 234.322 0'1 R-219 84 21 7.3580 Lo 1.85 1.58 .57 -.47 -1.01 234.519 R-220 84 20 56.2594 Lo 1.86 1.59 .57 -.47 -1.01 234.714 R-221 84 20 44.9599 Lo 1.87 1.60 .58 -.47 -1.01 234.915 R-222T 84 20 36.3833 Lo 1.88 1.60 .58 -.47 -1.01 235.104 R-223 84 20 29.9117 Lo 1.89 1.61 .58 -.47 -1.01 235.295 R-224T 84 20 25.9384 Lo 1.90 1.62 .58 -.48 -1.01 235.473 R-225 84 20 20.0273 Lo 1.91 1.63 .59 -.48 -1.00 235.665 R-226T 84 20 15.2420 Lo 1.93 1.63 .59 -.48 -1.00 235.900 R-227T 84 20 11.3267 Lo 1.94 1.64 .59 -.48 -1.00 236.056 R-228 84 20 7. 1397 Lo 1.95 1.65 .60 -.48 -1.00 236.329 R-229T 84 20 6.8756 Lo 1.96 1.66 .60 -.49 -1.00 236.555 R-230 84 20 3.0379 Lo 1.98 1.67 .60 -.49 -1.00 236.782 R-231 84 20 4.8623 Lo 1.99 1.68 .61 -.49 -1.00 237.036 R-232 84 20 6.6637 Lo 2.00 1.69 .61 -.49 -1.00 237.229 R-233 84 20 9.3700 Lo 2.01 1.70 .61 -.50 -.99 237.415 R-234 84 20 11.5537 Lo 2.02 1.70 .62 -.50 -.99 237.600 R-235T 84 20 12.6291 Lo 2.03 1.71 .62-.50 -.99237.784 R-236 84 20 14.7324 Lo 2.04 1.72 .62 -.50 -.99 237.977 R-237 84 20 17.7782 Lo 2.06 1.73 .62 -.51 -.99 238.186 R-238T 84 20 22.7487 Lo 2.07 1.74 .63 -.51 -.99 238.368 R-239T 84 20 27.5758 Lo 2.07 1.74 .63-.51-.99 238.508 Ochlocknee River Entrance

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0 1 2 3 4 5 milesATLANTIC OCEAN....... .......R-100 Daytona Beach Shores R.110 .:.~R'120\:Wllbur-by-::the-SeaR-130 .....VOLUSIA COUNTY62NATLANTIC OCEAN

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N0 2 3 4 5 milesATLANTIC OCEANBREVARD COUNTY (1 OF 2)63

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Sebastian InletATLANTIC OCEAN NINDIAN RIVER65

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R-10 R-20Bakers Haulover Cut R-30R-40 R-50 R-60 R-70ATLANTIC OCEAN0 2 3 4 5 milesDADE COUNTY70

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0.2)( G)~-0-::J ~ JoBNGasparilla Island0 2 5 3 4 milesCHARLOTTE COUNTY75

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GULF OF MEXICO0 1 2.HImilesR.1 Gasparllla Island R.10R.20 ~3t'Oot c~at\o\\eNR.60-~Captiva pa:~70~':::O North Captlva Island ':::0"R-80Redfish PassR-90Captlva Island R-100Blind Pass R-1103 4 5lbv&'8;)0' I)~o.~~to ...~~()o \JI 0<;()o~~R-150LEE COUNTY (1 OF 2)76

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R-180 -:<"'-"""".<~e R-190'" 'Ae~ Estero Island ~ R-200~... ,
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3WigginsA-30 A-40Clam Pa.. Moorings PassA-SONapl.. A.70A-80Gulf of Mexico0 JoBN1 2 I miles4 5Gulllyan .ay r .'" Morll8n leland .1 IIkMft8noCOlliER COUNTY (1 OF 2)78

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MorganPassMorgan Island Cape RomanoGulfof Mexico0 2 3 4 miles5NCOLLIER COUNTY (2 OF 2)79

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Gulf Islands National SeashorePensacola Bay Entrance Navarre BeachR.150 R.100Pensacola Beach GULF OF MEXICOESCAMBIA COUNTY 81

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..... ,...,..::::~:::::... ,:::!?estln: ~:~~ ~'Oi~::~~::;~'~' p'oi;j(p~::::""~Santa ROS)IS .. ...~ ';S Lagoon,~~:~~m~:~~~:H R-20 R ....... .30 R-40 East Pass Holiday Isles Eglin Air Force BaseIR-1R-10GULF OF MEXICO01 2 3 4 5 milesOKALOOSA COUNTY82

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Choctawhatchee Bay 0 1 2 3 4 5 x:==:I milesWALTON COUNTY83

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WestBayGU(~ o~ 4f. ~-t/CO St. Andrews Inlet01 2 3 4 5 milesMexico Beach InletMexico BeachBAY COUNTY84

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St.R-60 St. Joseph Peninsula.::::::::(VR.130 R-140 R-150 R.16 2.:::::: "'::g: R-120 Indian PeninsulaIndian Pass GULF OF MEXICOGULF COUNTY85

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St. George Plantation0 1 2 3 4 5 R-20miles Cape St. GeorgeGULF OF MEXICOFRANKLIN COUNTY (1 OF 2)86

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~~l> ~o R-190e O~~ ~e~,. R-150 East PassR.160 b ~.~"e *' o~... ~,,\ ~e ",-e -. '~,. ~..."GULF OF MEXICOFRANKLIN COUNTY (2 OF 2) 87

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APPENDIX 7 Correspondence 88

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t.'f'C4,,~.4-p' 4~~..? f'/ J; L'-~-? ~~() <2~~A/~ O,p:r (9..> <../~Q'c.? -'l;~J' ~~ cf~ ~~.J'SURVEYING SERVICES 5588 N.W. 10TH TERRACE FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 33309 (305) 771.7095Mr. Kirby B. Green, III Acting Division Director Division of Beaches&Shores Department or Natural Resources State of Florida 3800 Commonwealth Boulevard Tallahassee, Florida32399 Ref: TRANSFORMATION OF HISTORICAL SHORELINES TO CURRENT NGVD POSITIONDear Ki rby:Thank you for the opportunity to review the preliminary reports for the referenced study. Kirby, I have nothing to add, but my complements, to this concept. The approach is certainly superior to interpolation, which I have always advocated as only better than an on-site tide study which, of course, is most always a near impossibility along the open coastline. We should change the Rules so as to make this the methodology for Mean high water location ror. boundary purposes as well. The Rule could read that, in lieu or an on-site tide study, the tabularNGVD value or MHWwould be acceptable to DNR as the elevation or MHW, The burden or proor to the contra~y being placed on the property owner. Please keep meinrormed as to the progress or the study.Yours truly, ~. ?~~Paul. T.0 'Hargan PTO'H/J 89

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Attachment 2FLORID.A\. ENGINEERING SERVICES CORPORATION.9IU
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TO: FROM:SUBJECT:-. ~.~~.< -, ~\4~/.-,.'. '-." O'UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis~ra:.:ion NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE Rockville, Maryland 20852Attachment3 February 12, 1988 Ronnie L. Taylor NOS Advisor, Flo NjOMA123-Chief, Tidal National Ocean Service Review of Historical Shorelines Report The Florida Historical Shoreline Report was reviewed by personnel in the Sea and Lake Levels Branch as requested. The derived relationships between tidal datums and the National Geodetic vertical Datum (NGVD) is a reasonable approach for outside oceanographic conditions along a coastline with similar topotopographic features and hydrographic conditions. This is most evident in the MTL-NGVD relationships found in Table 3 for Florida East, Lower Gulf and Panhandle Gulf Coast. Where 11TL-NGVD values in Table 3 do not show consistency or appear anomalous, data may have been unreliable, level connections inadequate or more recent information is now available.One such anomaly appears in the East Coast Volume, Page 15, table J. Daytona Beach Shores should have nearly the same relationship as Daytona Beach. Based on the latest data available. Daytona Beach Shores should be deleted.One other point, NOS officially established the 1960-1978 National Tidal Datum Epoch in 1980. However, throughout the publication, the Epoch is erroneously referred to as 1959 to 1978 and the midpoint (1978.5) used in transformation equations A few corrections are noted for accuracy and completeness:P PagePages 20 and 23PagePages 46 and 52 NGVD Shoreline Transformation; change MGVD to NGVD.4 14Tidal Datums-Tidal Datum Epoch; change 1959-1978 to 1960-1978. Top of page. change Antartic to Antarctic.21Bottom of page, change 1959-1978 to 1960-1978. Definitions, National Tidal Datum Epoch, change 1959 through 1978 to 1960 through 1978.1(~<\ 9~; ~ 'c ,'"<'< .,-" "~'''O' -91

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PagePages 20 and 23Pag2Pages 46 and 5214Tidal Datums-Tidal Datum Epoch; change 1959-1978 to 1960-1978. Top of page. Change Antartic to Antarctic.21Bottom of page, change 1959-1978 to 1978 to 1960 through 1978. Definitions, National Tidal Datum Epoch, change 1959 through 1978 to 1960 through 1978.2 92