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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director
INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 43
WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR
ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES, FLORIDA
By
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove,
Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.
Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
1964




CULTURAL
LIBRARY
Completed manuscript received
August 29, 1963
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee
ii




CONTENTS
Introduction ......... ........ ..................... 1
ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure
1 Florida showing the location of Alachua, Bradford, Clay,
and Union counties ............................ 2
2 Locations of surface-water data-collection stations and
surface-water sampling sites in and near Alachua, Bradford,
Clay, and Union counties .................... Facing 2
3 Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida,
showing the locations of wells . . . . . . . . Facing 2
4 Explanation of well-numbering system . . . . . . . 3
Table
1 Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages . . . . . . 4
2 Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters .... 26 3 Records of wells ............................. 52
4 Geologic logs of selected wells ........................112
5 Measurements of ground-water level . . . . . . . 12.5
6 Chemical analyses and temperatures of ground waters . . 136 7 Duration and type of surface-water data . . . . . . 150
8 Surface-water sampling stations and sampling frequency . 154
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WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR
ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES,
FLORIDA
By
William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove,
Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.
INTRODUCTION
A study of the water resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida (fig. 1), was made by the Water Resources Division of the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey during the period 1957-61. The results of this study will be published by the Florida Geological Survey in the following reports by William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.: "Interim Report on the Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida," "Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida," and "Hydrology of Brooklyn Lake, near Keystone Heights, Florida."
The following figures and tables give records of streamflow, stream stages, lake stages, wells, materials penetrated by selected wells, measurements of ground-water levels, and chemical analyses and temperatures of surface and ground waters.




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EXPLANATION
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The well-numbering system in Florida is
derived from latitude and longitude / coordinates on a state-wide grid of
I-minute parallels of latitude and I- I BAKER
minute meridians of longitude. The C"
wells in a I-minute quadrangle are N
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inventoried. In Florida, the latitude CLAY ST and longitude prefix north and west -' JOH
and the first digit of the degree JOHN
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number. PUTNAM LThe well-number is a composite of LAGLER
three numbers separated by hyphens:
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last digit of the degree and the two MARI N
digits of the minutes that define the latitude on the south side of the Iminute quadrangle; the second num- 290
ber is composed of the lost digit of
the degree and two digits of the 30*00'
minutes that define the longitude on the east side of a I-minute quadrangle; and the third number gives
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Figure 4. Explanation of well-numbering system.




Table I. Strearnmflow, Stream Gages, and Lake Stages
v.r :-eeding aatc re is location number on figure 2 and table 7)
2. ATES CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARA, FLA.
:ca.tion.--Lat 29*56'O'", long 8152'15"', in NE!- sec. 35, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., on woods road,
1.. miles upstream from mouth, and 4.9 miles southwest of Penney Farms, Clay County.
Measurements of flow
Date D Tcharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cts) (rt., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., mst)
-14-57 21.9 31.84 12-23-58 16.1 31.68 9-28-59 17.5 31.74
L1- -5 38.3 33.05 2-13-59 37.2 32.67 11-18-59 12.4 51.A6
L-21-5 9-7 31.37 3-16-59 776 40.50 1-22-60 10.3 31.37
L-21-58 23.7 31-93 3-17-59 1,300 41.81 6-19-60 13.6 3i-53
5-3->S 33.I 32.44 5-19-59 372 39.00 5-31-60 22.9 31.9t
- -8 6.9 31.22 4-i14-59 1-.6 31.62 7-25-60 71.1 33. 08
2-6- 9.2 51.28 5-20-59 (flood peak) 48.9 7-29-60 568 39.15
- 5-58 4-9 31.10 5-26-59 122 35.18 12-23-58 27-1. 32.02 8- 14-59 50.3 33.05
3. BLUE POND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA.
Location.-Lat 29"52'30", long 82*01'55", in NE} sec. 19, T. 7 S., R. 23 E., on west side of
Lake, and 6.0 miles north of Keystone Heights, Clay County.
Records.-Periodic stage October 1958 to May 1961, contours of lake bottom, and 14 measurements
of cutflow. Maximum stage, 174.45 feet above mean sea level; minimum, 173.31 feet.
Maximum depth, 40 feet at a stage of 173.8 feet. Outflow: Apr. 6, 1960, 2.97 cfs, lake
stage, 17a.14 feet; May 26, 1960, 0.77 efs, lake stage, 173.56 feet; July 19, 190,
f.22 efs, lake stage, 174.16 feet.
k. BROOKLYN LAKE AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Location.-Lat 29*47',46", long 82*01'21", in SW} see. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highway 21, 0.9 mile northeast of Keystone Heights, Clay County.
Records.--Stage July 17, 1957, to Dec. 31, 1960; contours of lake bottom; and 5 measurements
of outflow.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 98.09 97.95 98.24 97.93 97.66 97.hO 1958 97.47 97.-43 97.58 98.08 98.53 98.35 98.84 99.36 99.32 99.29 99.635 99.935
1 59 l0o.81 101.39 103.89 105.43 107.14 109.51 110.96 112.20 114.28 115.59 115.85 115.81
9860 115. 3 115.83 116.51 116.97 116.34 116.26 116.80 116.93 117.41 116.91 116.55 116.o?07
Measurements of outflow
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl)
No rfIw July 17, 1959, to Oct. 15, 1959 5-27-60 3.82 116.1 3-3-60 0.79 115.82 7-25-60 14.17 116.48
-6-0 5.13 116.82 9-13-60 14.2 117.35
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
5.. BULL CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30*01'49", long 81053'52", on line between secs. 27 and 28, T. 5 S., R. 24 E.,
at bridge on State Highway 21, 1.5 miles upstream from mouth and 3.1 miles southwest of
Middleburg, Clay County.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 11-21-57 14.8 11.14 3-21-59 263 17.54 4-11-58 91.6 1.14.8 5-20-59 2,250* 22.09 5- (-58 5.1 10.46 7-29-59 12.4 10.83 7- 2-58 4.A 10.38 7-29-60 284 17.88 3-17-59 615 19.44 8-22-60 7.5 10.49 3-18-59 216 17(.26 9-11-60 1,510 21.11 from rating
6. BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Location.--Lat 3001', long 82'19', in sec. 32, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at culvert on State
;{ighway 100, 1.6 miles east of Lake Butler, Union County.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge @ge Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)
5- 8-58 16.1 3.27 9-16-59 72.7 5.24 12-16-58 12.7 3.22 3-18-60 271 7.48 3-20-59 180 6.64 5-26-60 .01 2.35 3-17-59 286 (from rating) 7.61
7. CAMPS CANAL NEAR ROCHELLE, FIA.
Location.--Lat 29034'33", long 82*15'00", in SW} see. 31, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on
State Hiimcy 23~, 1.8 miles southwest of Rochelle, Alachua County, and 5 miles upstream
from Orange Lake.
Records.--March 1948 to November 1952, periodic stage and discharge. Maximum discharge
measured during that period, 889 cfs Mar. 16, 1948, at a stage of 66.39 feet above mean
sea level; minimum, less than 1 cfs June 27, 1951, at a stage of 59.86 feet.
August 1957 to September 1960, daily stage and discharge. Maximum discharge during
that period, 1,040 efs Mar. 24, 1959, at a stage of 66.65 feet above mean sea level;
minimum, 14 cfs Oct. 29, 30, 1958, at a stage of 60.49 feet.
Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 164 164 155 82.5 47.5 1958 37.7 42.1 211 215 161 88.4 79.7 77.2 51.1 23.7 37.6 40.2 1959 107 121 504 426 221 276 221 161 174 232 159 86.0 1960 55.5 50.0 253 260 1o3 54.6 99.5 329 336
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 62.49 62.78 62.o2 61.53-61.02 1958 61.19 61.52 63.10 63.18 62.04 61.37 61.50 61.41 60.71 60.57 61.0o4 61.27
1959 62.00 62.25 65.39 63.01 63.43 63.20 62.57 62.22 62.60 63.01 62.16 61.78
1960 61.50 62.o6 64.18 62.75 61.90 61.88 63.49 63.82 64.25
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Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
8. CIARKES CREEK NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Location.--Lat 29"52'14o", long 81.39'52", in NEu sec. 23, T. 7 S., R. 26 E., at bridge, 3 miles upstream fran mouth and 7.8 miles south of Green Cove Springs, Clay County.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 11-22-57 3.6 7.90 6-23-60 15.4 9.30 7- 7-58 3.4 7.90 7-29-60 65.1 10.80 12-10-58 6.2 8.14 8-19-60 4.4 8.15 3-21-59 112 11.22 9-11-60 (flood peak) 13.66
10. DEEP CREEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA.
rxmocion.-Lat 29*32"28", long 8150'12", in NW} see. 18, T. 11 S., R. 25 E., at concrete
bridge on State Highway 310, 2.7 miles upstream from mouth, 4.7 miles west of Rodman,
Putnam County, and 6.9 miles northeast of Orange Springs.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (efs) (ft.) 4-24-56 4o.3 3-18-60 1,280(from rating) 14.16 11-22-57 59.8 9.66 7-29-60 451 12.10 9- 9-58 68.6 9.77 8-22-60 80.2 10.12 2- 3-59 74.3 10.08 2- 6-61 144 11.00 3-18-59 766 12.94
11. EPOIA CREEK NEAR FLORAHOME, FIA.
Location.-Lat 29044'05", long 81*51'45", in sec. 2, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., at county road
bridge, 1.5 miles east of Florahome.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1950 18.1 11.1 56.6 19.9 7.68 13.9 64.6 21.2 109 170 73.2 40.3 1951 39.3 28.8 28.6 22.6 13.1 7.22 13.1 17.8 17.9
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1950 70o.49 70.28 70.92 70.47 70.06 70.89 70.13 69.41 70.70 70.50 69.74 70.16
1951 69.52 69.37 69.52 69.25 69.06 69.22 69.36 69.23 69.26
12. GLE SPRINGS NEAR GAINESVILLE, FIA.
Location.-Two miles north of Gainesville and 0.5 mile west of U. S. Highway 441. Records.--Measurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 0.32 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.33 cfas;
Apr. 24, 1956, 0.36 efs; Oct. 17, 1960, 0.42 efs.
13. GREEN COVE SPRINGS AT GREEK COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Location.-In Green Cove Springs opposite Qui-Si-Sana Hotel on U. S. Highway 17. Records.- Measurements of discharge: Feb. 12, 1929, 5.4 efs; Apr. 18, 1946, 4.42 cfs; ct. &, 1950, 4.15 cfs; June 18, 1954, 2.68 efs; Apr. 25, 1956, 2.74 cfs; Oct. 19, 1960,
3.52 crs.
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
14. GREENS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29054'38", long 81947'40", in SW} sec. 3, T. 7 S., R. 25 E., at county road bridge
5 miles south of Penney Farms, Clay County.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., Mal) (cfs) (ft., Mal)
9-11-57 46.2 53.33 12-12-58 142 54.27 1- 6-60 1.16 51.69
10- 8-57 15.6 52.89 2- 4-59 5.17 52.25 3- 2-60 8.72 52.47
11-21-57 1.37 51.58 3-16-59 265 54-75 3-17-60 724 56.10 1-21-58 10.2 52-54 3-19-59 180 54.35 4-27-60 4.71 52.01
3-18-58 13.1 52.76 3-21-59 309 54.87 6-23-60 12.8 52.64
I-11-58 22.3 53.12 4- 3-59 41.4 53.41 7-29-60 2o6 54.54
5- 7-58 1.89 51.66 5-20-59 (flood peak) 58.78 8-18-60 2.39 51-79
7- 3-58 .h2 51.48 7-29-59 .94 51.51 9-11-60 847 56.27
9- 5-58 .26 51.37 9-22-59 26.7 53.29 10-23-58 4.ho 51.95 11-11-59 .99 51.61
17. HATCHET CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29042', long 82012', corner of secs. 21, 22, 27, 28, T. 9 S., R. 21 E., at
bridge on State Highway 26, 1.2 miles upstream from Newnans Lake and 7.5 miles northeast
of Gainesville.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., masl)
3-11-48 2,000 76.86 3-19-59 1,700 (from rating) 76.41 J1-24-56 .54 70.29 3-21-59 1,370 75.93 11-18-57 5.29 70.78 1-20-60 9.16 70.44 7- 1-58 17.0 71.47 5-24-60 2.30 70.00 12- 9-58 33.o 72.34 7-16-60 145 72.90
19. HEILBRONN SPRING NEAR STARKE, FLA.
Location.--About 6 miles northwest of Starke and 0.1 mile south of State Highway 16.
Records.--Measurements of discharge: 1903, 100 gpm; 1913, 250 gpm; May 8, 1946, 36 gpm;
May 2, 1956, 12 gpm; Oct. 18,1960, 33 gpm.
20. HOGTOWN CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 290 39', long 820 23', in see. 2, T. 10 S., R. 19 E., on Newberry Road
about 460 feet downstream from University Avenue in Gainesville.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs (ft., msal) (cfs) ft., mal)
3- 3-58 67.0 66.91 3-17-59 413 68.46 5-12-58 9.94 62.52 3-19-59 85.9 67.02 12- 8-58 7.62 65.55 11- 9-59 8.54 65.75 3-15-59 3$1 68.31 3-18-60 521 (from rating) 68.76 3-16-59 226 67.78 5-24-60 2.48 65.41
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Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lage stages continued
21. KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLANDING, FIA.
Locaticn.-Lat 2958'28", long 81*59'22", in SE) sec. 15, T. 6 S., R. 23 E., on dock at
Officers' club on northeast shore of lake at Camp Blanding, Clay County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1945 176.58 177.18 177.03 176.86 176.56 176.52 177.01 1946 176.62 176.32 176.32 176.27 1947 176.46 176.46 176.42 176.46 176.44 176.90 177.06 176.58 176.42 1948 176.68 176.58 176.78 176.314 175.92 175.84 176.12 176.32 176.32 176.38 176.34 176.40
1949 176.38 176.42 176.22 176.36 176.20 176.34 176.24 176.18 176.60 176.22 1t6.38 176.28
1950 176.18 175.98 176.12 175.98 175.92 175.76 176.58 176.36 177.34 177.56 176.82 176.80
1951 176.74 176.72 176.78 176.78 176.42 176.22 176.36 176.62 176.82 176.68 176.76 176.84
1952 T176.84 177.06 176.90 176.66 176.70 176.66 176.58 176.36 176.58 176.50 176.34 176.20
1953 176.60 176.62 176.66 177.08 176.58 176.70 177.22 177.72 176.98 176.44 176.38 176.72
1954 176.54 176.48 176.42 176.42 175.98 175.82 175.78 175.52 175.42 175.52 175.30 175.16
1955 175.42 175.66 175.58 175.48 175.18 174.90 175.o-04 175.02 175.12 174.86 174.72 174.58
1956 1714.60 174.84 174.48 174.62 174.78 174.92 175.08 17.94 174.92 175.42 175.12 175.02
1957 1714.92 17.90 175.02 175.10 175.20 1.75-70o 176.oo 176.58 176.58 176.4o 176.38 176.18
1958 176.22 176.22 176.68 176.72 176.41 176.26 176.50 176.34 176.l01 175.98 176.16 176.31
1959 176.49 176.61 177.05 176.73 176.91 176.40 176.54 176.28 176.82 176.47 176.26 176.18
1960 176.16 176. 40 176.62 176.45 176.08 176.16 176.70 176.34 176.68 176.34 176.12 176.00
22. LAKE BUTLER AT IAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Location.-Lat 3002', long 82"20', in sec. 30, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at city park 0.3 mile
north of court house at Lake Butler, Union County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 130.80 130.74 130.56 130.36 130.40 130.38 1958 13o.56 130.96 131.214 131.28 130.96 130.76 130.80 131.08 130.76 130.72 150.92 131.02
1959 131.34 131.34 152.22 131.42 132.-38 131.34 131.20 130.86 131.18 131.10 130.60 130.46
1960 130.42 131.04 131.70 130.94 130.48 130.94 131.20 131.58 131.h8 131.08 130.62 130.44
25. LAKE GENEVA AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA.
Location.-Lat 29*46'26", long 82*01'59", in NEl sec. 30, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., 0.1 mile east
of State Highway 21, 0.8 mile south of Keystone Heights, Clay County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 100.69 100.58 100.89 100.79 100.66 100.48 1958 100.54 100.57 100.81 100.88 100.61 100.39 100.44 100.33 100.01 99.81 99.92 99.99
1959 100.14 100.25 100.89 100.88 101.13 101.42 101.59 101.99 102.31 102.37 102.23 102.19
1960 102.19 10o2.28 102.67 102.79 102.55 102.88 103.57 103.81 lo4.73 105.17 105.45 105.149




Table l.--Strea.mflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
24. LAKE GRAiDIN HEAR INTERLACHER, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29"0'16'", long 81"52'55", in NE- see. 34, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., on boat house
in Grandin Shores Development 2.8 miles north of Interlachen, Putnam County, on south
shore of lake.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mlar. Apr. Iay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 80.39 80.79 81.29 81.10 81.07 80.99 1958 81.21 81.29 81.53 81.h0 81.22 81.29 81.49 81.21 81.15 81.05 81.23 81.43
1959 81.51 81.53 82.09 81.91 81.95 81.6 81.75 81.45 81.59 81.49 81.49
1960 81.43 81.59 82.15 81.95 81.51 81.65 82.39 82.13 82.31 81.99
25. LAKE JOHNSON NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29049'31", long 81"57'07", in SEj- sec. 1, T 8 S., R. 23 E., on dock at bathing
beach on northwest shore of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 51 miles northeast of
Keystone Heights, Clay County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. M.ar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
19L5 97.67 97.95 98.15 98.01 97.71 98.41 196 98.45 98.115 98.111 98.25 98.91 98.91 99.11 99.59 99.85 99.99 99.97 99.79
19L7 99.-9 99.81 100.31 100.21 100.05 99.95 99.87 100.01 100.21 101.31 101.91 102.11
198 102.r1 102.35 103.91 103.69 103.41 103.51 103.41 103.71 105.1 103.87 103.51
19h ? 105.51 101: .L 103.31 103.41 102.81 103.01 102.71 102.71 102.61 102.18 102.21 102.01
1950 101.71 101.21 101.21 100.91 99.49 99.71 99.41 - 99.61 100.03
1951 100oo.19 - - 97.81 97.51 97.61 97.76 97.31 97.31
1952 97.01 96.91 96.81 96.9' 97.11 96.83 96.63 96.71 96.61 96.61 96.03
1953 ,95.03 96.09 96.03 96.21 95.81 95.61 96.09 97.35 97.76 98.21 98.41 98.91
1951: 98.95 99.0T 98.79 98.71 98.29 97.77 97.63 97.21 97.11 97.01 96.71 96.21
1955 96.01 95-59 95.05 94.45 93.81 93.71 93.-15- 92.88 92.89 92.87 92.79
1956 92.93 92.79 92.41 92.30 92.17 92.31 92.14 92.03 91.95 92.31 92.07 91.97
1957 91.97 92.01 92.31 92.01 92.79 93.23 94.65 94.83 95.01 94.99 95.04 95.03
1958 95.05 95.02 95.01 95 01 94.99 95.01 95.01 95.01 95.01 95.01 94.93 95.01
1959 94.99 95.0 95.06 95.11 95.26 95.25 95.15 95.28 95.34 95.73 95.70 95.67
19~.0 95.60 95.72 96.35 96.45 96.37 96.23 - 98.21 98.29 98.35 98.35
26. LAKE SAMPSON NEAR STARKE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29'55'l9", long 82o12'14", in NE- see, 4, T. 7 S., R. 21 E., at lake outlet,
0 miile northeast of Sampson City and 5.8 miles west of Starke.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
19'7 132.34 132.35 132.50 132.49 131.98 131.64 L938 131.77 132.57 133.40 132.74 131.72 130.97 131.97 132.26 131.13 150.82 130.84 131.64
1959 152.38 132.18 135.27 133.38 135.76 1353.98 132.29 131.53 133.74 133.16 131.96 131.30
1?6C 131.02 131.42 134.12 132.36 131.36 131.42 134.18 133-.38 134.17 132.72
Outflow from lake (Sampson River) at State Highway 225
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage (cfs) (ft., msi) (cfs) (ft., Msl)
11-19-57 20.1 132.10 9-16-59 159 133.74
7-10-58 48.1 132.06 1-20-60 18.3 131.06 2- 4-59 57.0 132.28 5-24-60 30.4 131.34 3-23-59 325 136.15 7-16-60 61.6 132.13
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27. LITTLE ORANGE CREEK NEAR ORANGE SPRINGS, FIA
Location.-Lat 29"31'22", long 81*56'26", in Nwk see. 19, T. 11 S., R. 24 E., at county
road bridge o.k mile east of State Highway 315, and 1.2 miles north of Orange Springs.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Date Discharge Date Discharge Date Discharge
(cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (efs)
6-24-46 46.9 12- 4-47 106 12- 2-48 81.9 9-12-50 178 7-29-46 110 1- 8-48 46.2 12-30-48 81.9 9-28-50 109 8-27-46 99.7 2- 2-48 1146 3- 3-49 49.2 11- 1-50 121 10- 3-146 49.3 3- 3-48 65.9 7-27-49 35.6 2- 5-51 44.2
10-29-46 61.9 3-31-48 167 8-31-49 104 9-21-51 25.4 12- 6-46 39.6 4-27-48 44.4 9-28-49 88.0 1-25-52 31.6
3-27-47 82.6 7-29-48 44.o 11- 2-49 61.5 4-16-52 45.6
8-27-k47 56.5 9- 2-48 91.9 12- 1-49 44.4 4-24-56 3.77
10- 7-47 256 9-29-48 64.4 12-27-49 23.6 ii- 6-47 136 10-28-48 80.3 2- 1-50 17.8
29. LOCH OIDOND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA
Location.-Lat 29*48'15", long 82*oo00'50", in NEI sec. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on vest shore of
lake, 300 feet east of State Highway 21, and 1.5 miles northwest of Keystone Heights,
clay county.
Measurements of stage
Date Stage Date Stage Date Stage
(rt., msl) (ft., mial) (ft., msl)
5-27-59 92.23 1-22-60 94.58 8-22-60 96.24 8- 4-59 93-12 2-26-60 94.61 9-12-60 97.09 8- 6-59 93.10 14-21-60 95.25 10-17;-60 97.83 9-17-59 93.87 6- 3-60 95-530 12- 8-60 97.88 10- 1-59 94.01 6-21-60 95.31 2- 2-61 97.61 11-16-59 914.63 6-24-60 95.31 3-23-61 97.52 12-21-59 94.69 7-29-60 95.74 5-18-61 96.84
30. LOCHEI.OOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, PIA.
Location.-Lat 29*36'00", long 82*08'140", in sec. 30, T. 10 S., R. 22 E., at bridge on State
igway 20, 1.0 mile east of Grove Park, and 3.6 miles vest of Hawthorn.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., meal) (efs) (ft., m8l) (cfs) (ft., al)
1- 7-47 0.25 75.74 5- 9-58 4.90 76.46 5-29-59 27.7 77.10
2-19-47 10.6 76.10 7- 1-58 .07 75.11 7-20-59 17.3 76.84
4-23-56 0 (dry) 9- 2-58 1.16 75.41 9-14-59 53.0 77.75 9- 9-57 8.20 76.314 10-20-58 .005 75.02 11- 6-59 3.59 76.08
10- 8-57 30.9 77.24 12- 8-58 2.53 75.59 1-21-60 1.13 75.70
U-18-57 1.06 75.68 2- 2-59 6.55 75.93 3-18-60 920 (from 81.00
rating)
1-20-58 4.55 76.03 5-17-59 751 80.72 3-28-60 37.4 77.17
3-17-58 T70.0 77.65 3-21-59 448 80.02 5-23-60 .36 75.51
4-11-58 93.7 77.87 3-0-59 51.5 77.38 7-14-60 31.4 76.96
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31. LOCHLOOSA CREEK NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA.
Location.--Lat 2933'55", long 82.08'25", in sec. 6, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., at sand road
crossing 1, miles upstream from Lochloosa Lake, and 3-3/4 miles southwest of Hawthorn.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl)
2-19-47 13.7 60.71 3-23-49 5.41 60.07 4-23-51 2.62 59.84
4- 2-47 59.2 62.11 5- 4-49 14.8 60.67 5-18-51 1.01 59.79
5-14-47 1.22 59.70 6-22-49 2.99 59.89 6-27-51 .98 59.71
6-24-47 1.84 59.74 7-25-49 6.12 60.ok 8-10-51 6.83 60.oo00
8- 4-47 2.93 59.90 9-13-49 40.5 61.65 9-19-51 84.6 62.32
9- 5-47 51.1 62.01 10-25-49 10.7 60.44 11- 2-51 3.85 59.78
10-29-47 76.6 62.40 12- 7-49 7.62 60.28 12-14-51 6.52 60.06
12-15-47 18.6 61.14 1-18-50 3.02 59.91 1-23-52 6.78 60.ol
1-26-48 418 63.99 2-28-50 1.21 59.79 5- 6-52 46.7 61.56
3- 9-48 251 63.24 4-13-50 3.77 59.92 4-17-52 10.0 60.28
4-19-48 62.5 62.21 5-25-50 1.04 59.72 5-29-52 10.7 60.33
5-31-48 3.26 59.90 7- 6-50 33.0 61.56 7- 9-52 1.05 59-52
7-12-48 1.73 59.73 8-17-50 2.64 59.-77 7-11-52 .95 59.51
8-23-48 140 62.81 9-27-50 14.3 60.68 8-21-52 2.47 59.62
10- 7-48 138 62.86 11- 9-50 20.6 60.98 10- 2-52 2.02 59.63
11-16-48 3.70 59.96 12-21-50 6.63 60.06 11-14-52 .74 59.58
1- 5-9 8.88 60.35 1-31-51 4.36 59.94 12-23-52- .96 59.62
2-17-49 27.6 61.22 3-12-51 4.60 59.88
32. LOCHLOOSA LAKE AT LOCHLOOSA, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29*30', long 82.06', in sec. 27, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., on southeast shore
of lake at Lochloosa.
i Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1942 58.73 58.42 58.49 58.11 57-93 57.98 193 57.79 57.48 57.28 56.90 56.75 56.53 56.40 56.63 57.37 56.67 56.35 56.20
19)-4 56.50 56.19 57.05 57.95 57.61 57-55 57.73 57.97 57-80 58.65 58.61 58.47
1945 58.55 58.38 57.89 57.60 56.95 57.15 58.26 59.-07 59.23 58.85 58.50 59.49
1946 59.62 59.45 59.36 58.84 59.11 59.37 60.54 60.92 60.91 60.77 59.86 59,30
1987 58.93 58.89 59.59 59.48 59.05 58.64 58.67 58.96 59.86 60.58 60.87 60.23
1948 60.88 60.5 61.59 60.56 59.68 59.30 59.42 60.07 59.94 60.01 59.53 59.34
1949 58.95 59.12 58.76 59.27 58.75 58.67 58.61 59.03 59.42 59.47 59.32 58.98
1950 58.67 58.27 58.25 57.92 57.50 57.25 53.o04 58.07 60.04 60.21 59.49 59.19
1951 58.78 58.51 58.41 57.89 57.19 57.07 56.99 57.05 57.78 58.32 58.84 59.03
1952 58.67 59.37 59.25 59.o01 58.67 58.43 58.11 58.11 57-77 57-71 57.41 57-19
1956 54.15 54.11 54.10 54.19 54.21 54.24 55.61 55.45 55.32 1957 55.24 55.21 55.21 55.15 55-33 55.79 56.19 57.14 57.55 57-31 56.91 56.50
1958 56.58 56.65 57.91 58.03 57.5, 57.39 57.39 57.36 57.00 57.03 57.09 57.30
1959 57.76 57.92 59.97 59.68 59.09 59.44 59.14 58.51 58.45 58.18 57.86 57.66
1960 57.-50 57.61 59.21 58.84 58.16 58.96 59.54 59.56 60.15 59-91 59-35
Monthly mean outflow from lake at U. S. 301, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
1946 - - - - 196 138 59.6 1947 32.3 21.3 44.0 62.2 34.5 17.6 11.9 16.6 39.4 11 179 154 1948 131 176 270 213 105 41.5 27.5 86.8 104 126 61.8 38.0 1949 14.9 16.6 8.43 26.1 9.15. 2.82 1.95 2.53 17.3 33.2 26.0 14.3
1950 3.92 1.oo00 .45 .14 0 0 .01 .16 78.1 101 82.0 32.2 1951 14.4 5.45 1.22 .16 0 0 0 0 .03 1.22 3.26 10.0 1952 10.0 14.3 33.0 18.0 5.05 1.27 .12 .05 .04 .65 0 0 1953 .12 .k4 .10 .96 .58 .43 .15 2.75 54.0 99.4 55.2 53.7
1954 88.6 50.9 14.8 5.09 .81 .09 .03 0 0 0 0 0 1955 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
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33. MAGNESIA SPRINGS NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA.
Location.-About I miles vest of Hawthorn and 1.2 miles south of Grove Park.
Records.--Meaurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 1.82 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.65 cfs;
Apr. 23, 1956, 0.016 cfs; and Oct. 17, 1960, 1.03 cfs.
34. MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Lccation.--Lat 2909'10", long 8200'55", in NEJ sec. 8, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on southeast
shcre of lake at Magnolia Lake State Park, and 2.5 miles north of Keystone Heights,
clay County.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
5 - 124.15 - 123.44 123.84 123.32 123.32 123.58
1'959 123.88 123.92 124.63 124.26 125.00 124.78 125.0o 125.24 124.75 124.62 124.4o
1960 124.28 - 124.29 124.48 124.70 124.76 125.21 124.85 124.64 124.51
Measurements of outflow
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(cts) (ft., Mal) (cfs) (ft., mal) 5-14-58 5 124-15 3-60 13.7 124.4o
-16-8 6.2 6-60 23.0 124.70 5-15-58 4.6 5-27-60 7.7 124.30 1-023-58 2 123.42 7-25-60 12.3 124.49 2-27-59 81 123.92 9-13-60 26.4 125.24
35-. NEWLNANS LAKE NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Location.-Lat 29"39'05", long 82*14'25", in W* sec. 5, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., on vest side
2c"Tke, 5 miles east of Gainesville.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1945 - - - - - 66.58 68.47
1946 68-.57 - - 68.31 69.62 69.09 68.23 68.67 67.53 66.81
19L7 66.27 66.43 68.33 67.90 66.41 65.76 65.65 65.71 69.15 69.86 69.08 68.12
1.948 69.-33 68.67 70.43 68.15 66.65 65.83 66.07 68.19 66.94 67.41 66.37 66.07
1949 65.83 66.38 65.81 67.01 65.81 65.67 65.75 68.75 68.11 67.45 66.83 66.55
1950 65.85 65.37 65.53 65.19 64.63 64-.43 66.63 65.86 68.19 68.73 67.33 66.75
1951 66.53 66.05 66.07 65.67 65.07 65.13 65.21 65.73 67.05 66.70 67.67 67.33
1952 66.83 68.15 67.55 66.61 66.05 65.97 65.43 65.43 65.23 65.83 65.55 65.33
1957 - - - 66.47 67.31 67.39 66.61 65.87 65.45
1958 65.63 66.01 67.79 67.93 66.63 65.87 66.09 65.89 65.07 64.89 65.35 65.71
1959 66.63 66.89 69.51 67.61 68.23 67.93 67.29 66.77 67.11 67.27 66.43 65.92
1960 65.53 66.01 68.49 67.-12 65.85 65.79 68.03 68.05 68.83 68.39 67.03 66.09
Measurements of outflow
Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage
(efs) (ft., Mal) (cfs) (ft., mal) I- 8-4T7 50.6 66.75 10-30-47 610 69.89 2-20-47 65.5 66.40 12-16-47 139 68.23 4- 1-7 185 68.40 1.27-48 272 69.23 5-1.5-47 81.3 66.78 3-io-48 o402 69.33 6-25-47 39.1 65.83 3-15-48 812 70.90 8- 5-47 25.8 65.50 4-20-48 202 68.60 9-16-k7 29.2 65.58 4-23-56 0.37
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36. NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Location.--Lat 3000', long 8217', in sec. 2, T. 6 S., R. 20 E., at bridge on State
Highway 100, 4.4 miles southeast of Lale Butler, Union County.
Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1950 8.73 4.28 7.82 4.014 21.6 6.10 519 44.2 801 899 63.8 26.5 1951 25.6 51.9 55.0 53.] 4.o8 2.38 3.60 11.5 15.3 20.2 114 28.5
1952 23.1 255 o106 26.9 6.35 18.2 14.0 25.7 108 85.7 8.36 .52 1953 126 48.5 63.5 566 12.6 13.6 13.0 507 516 570 74.2 781 195 178 30.3 23.2 32.8 4.69 1.33 3.55 2.51 64.4 22.6 4.h14 5.1h
1955 19.7 96.9 8.80 4.88 1.16 .85 56.5 21.3 18.9 7.66 9.83 4.49
1956 10.2 50.1 12.7 2.52 73.1 29-3 195 17.6 74.3 488 45.4 8.05 1957 5.64 5.81 13.5 17.0 22.6 556 42.5 161 64.2 120 7.22 15.5 1958 4h.9 119 567 280 58.1 35.1 205 163 12.6 4.39 16.4 84.1 1959 487 242 1,491 314 801 266 149 53.2 487 232 41.6 21.4 1960 24.1 213 855 358 15.9 82.7 508 281 582 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1950 85.24 85.16 85.40 85.02 85.50 85.03 90.16 85.24 89.00 90.52 85.78 86.79
1951 85.66 85.49 87.18 85.91 84.72 85.17 84.99 84.67 86.74 84.87 86.50 87.16
1952 86.48 90.86 87.48 85.35 85.68 84.71 84.67 88.30 89.11 86.07 85.o07 85.07
1953 87.12 86.17 88.08 84.61 85.68 87.11 93.23 91.96 86.32 86.36 91.79
1954 86.48 85.78 85.62 86.15 84.86 84.39 84.75 85.29 88.14 85.01 84.85 85.00oo
1955 86.08 85.76 85.42 84.55 84.84 84.54 87.44 85.10 84.95 86.20 84.92 84.86
1956 85.64 85.95 84.82 84.73 85.20 90.99 85.67 84.99 86.50 89.55 85.41 85.03
1957 84.98 85.39 85.48 84.85 86.24 86.48 86.52 87.77 86.95 85.32 85.56 85.48
1958 87.27 92.19 89.41 90.08 88.13 87.34 87.72 86.56 84.79 84.92 85.13 87.43
1959 88.36 90.84 90.16 88.61 90.89 89.01 86.75 88.30 88.72 87.78 86.15 85.76
1960 87.48 91.68 90.27 86.93 84.94 87.67 91.25 89.72 92.42 -
37. NEW RIVER NEAR RAIFORD, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30004 '00", long 82.11'03", in .NE sec. 15, T. 5 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on
State Highway 16, 0.5 mile southeast of Florida State Prison and 3.3 miles east of
Raiford, Union County.
Measurements Rf flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)
7- 8-58 350 9.64 3-18-60 2,060 14.18 12-15-58 89.4 7.88 3-18-60 2,080 (from 14.21 3-17-59 2,080 (from rating)14.25 rating) 1- 5-60 5.94 6.16 8-18-60 38.8 7.23 9-12-60 763 11.46
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38. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.
Lccation.-Lat 30*06 48", long 8159'00", in SE( see. 27, T. 4 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highy 218, 3.9 miles east of Higbland.
Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 - - - - 87.5 20.7 24.9
1958 44.3 6o.o 120 74.6 16.8 7.65 61.6 51.1 9.30 18.7. 41.9 79.3
1959 1 0 84.4 308 116 173 80.1 60.0 44.8 2.38 69.3 25.9 20.8 1960 24-.1 74.8 167 113 19.3 24.2 136 77.8 202 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 - - 57.11 57.89 57.39 1958 58.21 61.08 58.66 57.81 57.16 57.4o 58.31 56.92 56.42 57.-12 57.-27 58.64
19-59 58.10 61.55 59-13 58-18 59.19 57.o09 57.62 59.66 58.61 57.71 57.53 57.11
1960 58.97 59.28 59.16 57.76 56.75 58.97 60.85 57.27 61.03 -
39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA.
Location.-Lat 30*06'47", long 81*54k'24", in NEa sec. 33, T. 4 S., R. 24 E., 0.3 mile
upstream frcm Big Branch, 4 miles northwest of Middleburg.
monthly mean discharge, in cfo
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1931 - - - - 15.o 8.7 13.7
1932 13-.1 14.3 50.4 23.0 16.8 220 60.4 98.1 161 44.6 282 59.3 1933 81.3 143 185 453 39.0 142 599 376 502 58.0 37.7 31.6 1934 30.8 55.9 73.5 31.7 189 681 149 278 75.6 85.8 15.7 22.4 1935 41.5 33.5 21.0 8.97 7.12 6.50 67.5 112 712 64.5 18.6 29.o 1936 61.0 296 161 182 13.8 95.7 58.5 26.5 18.4 274 32.6 70.3 1957 T 357 79.5 219 56.0 14.3 57.2 106 229 458 89.3 81.7 1938 215 145 47.7 14.5 7.6 12.6 71.7 208 97.0 515 72.3 38.1 1939 4.O 63.5 68.3 57.4 35.0 165 242 416 66.3 38.9 34.9 47.9 1940 108 290 43.0 160 12.4 39.0 187 269 82.0 18.8 11.3 165 19-4 12 1 173 o107 35.5 14.3 72.3 349 56.1 99.1 460 304 488 1942 358 401 512 60.2 20.1 156 308 67.1 316 32.5 17.0 4o.o 1943 46.1 27.6 74.7 33.8 53.7 60.5 120 330 155 32.3 29.5 o40.2 19-4 117 57.0 312 221 70.9 72.1 266 646 263 690 66.2 63.4 1945 312 93.3 26.4 22.8 20o.7 53.9 152 565 -399 154 33.6 399 1946 243 84.5 83.6 55.5 252 386 378 370 537 287 64.2 32.2
1947 45.6 366 500 168 151 97.0 155 80.2 753 1,o87 662 306 1948 336 304 943 566 20.9 29.5 250 582 175 766 56.7 220 1949 92.5 509 54.4 175 84.6 42.6 208 322 568 213 306 76.2 1950 40o1 34.1 77.3 33-5 48.3 21.8 491 27.5 709 1,028 68.9 68.0 1951 64.o 71.9 67.0 52.2 14.9 14.4 22.9 89.0 65.1 58.7 112 68.6
1952 47.8 199 107 65.9 32-.7 65.5 58.7 h42.0 292 114 27.7 26.9 1953 163 93.6 112 416 21.5 28.4 97.3 666 693 543 121 616 1954 151 70.k 77.1 55.1 26.4 15.2 16.4 7.25 37.6 65.6 20.5 33.9
1955 76.4 122 32.1 30.9 19.6 12.6 39.5 17.1 141 116 83.9 35.5 1956 80.5 138 43.2 26.8 141 102 185 85.8 71.8 670 61.9 37.8 1957 35.6 39.1 84.o 59.6 51.6 235 140 446 212 291 50.1 63.6 1958 130 171 o405 349 56.8 47.0 163 242 57.0 63.6 124 2533 1959 534 252 1,310 304 713 263 392 103 690 205 81.4 64.9 196o 72.2 278 644 346 49.2 64.9 477 194 788 -
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39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA. continued
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1933 - 1.85 4.84 2.13 2.69 3.23 2.15 1.57 2.15 1.70 1.71
1934 1.63 2.57 1.94 2.53 6.76 2.51 2-78 4.10 1.55 1.43 1.61 1.56
1935 1-55 1.64 1.22 1.04 .96 1.11 14.37 7.27 5.17 1.60 1.55 1.89
1956 2.82 5.08 5.35 1.43 1.37 2.05 1.57 2.12 1.16 1.93 1.43 1.80
1937 5.85 3.07 4.28 2.71 1.25 1.08 3.99 3.69 4.44 2.29 5.10 2.19
1938 2.45 2.02 2.05 1.24 1.53 1.63 4.50 2.09 4.14 3.66 1.99 2.17
1939 3.10 4.49 1.77 5.73 1.73 2.27 2.74 3.39 2.78 1.69 1.78 3.02
1940 2.36 2.35 2.09 1.66 1.35 1.68 6.0o4 5.03 2.39 1.38 1.50 3.82
1941 2.20 2.58 1.85 1.41 1.13 3.57 3.42 2.47 1.85 7.27 2.25 6-88
1942 2.32 5.10 .o4 1.63 1.46 5.14 3.30 1.94 2.76 1.55 1.55 2.74
1943 2.11 1.57 1.63 1.51 1.84 2.92 2.63 2.68 2.55 1.44 1.73 2.37
1944 1.89 1.76 4.54 2.37 1.85 1.63 3.01 5.67 2.06 3.13 2.94 2.06
1945 3.40 1.97 1.49 2.41 1.2o 2..-. 2.32 2.>4 2.59 2.u9 1.68 12.00
1946 2.89 2.24 2.90 2.12 2.72 7.62 9.16 12.40 3.97 2.25 2.03 1.83
1947 4.00 3.00 3.80 1.72 5.74 4.06 3.12 1.93 4.78 5.13 3.08 2.92
1948 7.76 2.94 5.19 1.86 1.50 1.68 7.58 2.08 2.77 2.27 2.95 3.64
1949 2.71 2.47 1.89 1.97 1.44 2.20 1.86 12.66 15.12 3.37 2.31 2.23
1950 1.78 1.88 2.52 1.70 1.56 1.35 2.73 1.96 11.84 3.45 2.07 3.o07
1951 2.04 1.84 2.2. 1.74 1.42 1.49 1.83 1.65 3.02 1.84 2.16 2.73
1952 2.5b >.UO 2.71 2.17 3.19 1.39 1.49 2.01 3.77 1.84 1.68 1.73
1953 2.16 1.94 1.87 2.02 1.31 1.69 3.87 11.20 9.27 2.16 2.40 6.54
1954 2.25 2.44 1.86 2.33 1.73 1.43 1.30 1.56 2.69 1.50 1.57 1.78
1955 2.38 1.87 2.29 1.43 1.60 1.68 2.01 1.38 2.25 3.76 1.84 1.78
1956 2.28 1.99 1.66 1.81 1.95 8.83 2.47 1.72 2.36 3.26 1.94 1.79
1957 1.76 2.25 2.26 1.64 1.83 1.68 6.40 3.52 5.50 2.01 2.39 1.99
1958 2.99 12.20 3.44 2.64 2.30 2.46 4.74 1.91 1.67 1.95 2.16 2.99
1959 2.76 9.78 3.58 2.45 3.45 2.72 2.47 4.77 2.93 2.57 2.24 2.05
1960 4.14 6.17 4.99 2.40 1.61 2.96 10.27 2.27 13.87 -
40. OLUSTEE CREEK AT PROVIDENCE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30000', long 82034', in sec. 36, T. 5 S., R. 17 E., at bridge on State ijway 238, 1.5 miles west of Providence, Union County.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 - - - - 111 3.92 16.2 1958 58.9 86.4 388 376 32.4 15.4 101 169 15.9 .79 2.62 .8.14 1959 185 69.4 919 168 772 357 101 29.8 162 197 67.3 25.1 1960 22.6 266 756 115 18.8 21.o 189 248 176 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 - - - 57.19 57.03 57.-72
1958 59.24 60.18 60.00 59.32 57.93 59.41 58.85 59.32 56.21 56.07 56.17 57.53
1959 58.97 59.70 60.09 59.71 60.47 59.08 58.83 57.50 59.42 59.34 58.87 58.13
1960 58.57 61.02 60.07 59.50 56.60 59.11 60.45 60.19 60.28 -
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Table l.-Stresamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
42. ORANGE CREW AT ORANGE SPRINGS, FIA.
Lcca;ticn.-Lat 29'0'3L", long 81"56'47", in sec. 25, T. 11 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on
State Highway 315, 0.2 mile northwest of Orange Springs.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1942 - - - 64.7 107 44.1 24.9 144.6
1945 31.2 14.6 18.5 7.35 6.62 7.05 10.2 44.5 129 19.6 12.4 13.7
1944 31.5 15.8 54.6 102 40.2 27.8 45.7 68.2 45.7 116 85.5 74.2 1945 105 72.7 34.-3 13.5 8.77 9.10 125 119 175 136 74.4 170 1946 2357 191 192 119 179 19 238 613 733 788 556 345 197 198 170 299 298 166 103 110o 163 278 427 652 536 1948 518 586 938 755 349 178 197 472 04 598 366 297 1949 186 208 139 232 116 77.6 71.1 113 177 228 191 151 1950 95.0 64.2 63.5 42.0 21.3 9.09 41.9 42.9 526 612 430 286 1951 214 161 125 67.8 25.8 12.2 14.7 19.0 37.2 166 207 253 1952 198 267 344 242 129 88.6 60.0 57.5 56.8 75.4 31.4 23.4
1955 - - - - 11.1 6.60 5.67
1956 =-97 11 -.9 5.72 6.45 7.04 8.11 15.1 10.9 8.o6 55.4 11.4 8.00oo
1957 C.89 7.65 14.1 14.0 22.2 36.5 22.6 97.4 82.5 52.3 12.6 14.4
1958 32-8 36.2 200 270 185 112 81.1 59-0 33-0 37.8 51.3 48.6 1959 91.4 91.7 452 744 504 558 627 517 541 403. 302 158 1960 122 137 401 503 303 245 399 599 834 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 192 - 24.63 23.23 24-31 23.05 22.76 23.89 1943 22.74 22.27 22.13 21.61 21.71 22.17 21.89 22.41 23.38 22.07 22.63 22.39
1944 22.49 22.21 25.52 23.81 22.89 22.69 23.24 23.09 22.87 24.51 24.29 24.11
1945 24.41 25.71 22.53 22.67 21.53 22.99 24.22 24.81 25.11 24.49 23.77 26.71
1946 25.69 25-72 25.55 24.09 24.71 25.23 26.87 27.25 27.49 27.33 26.65 25.87
1947 25.-21 25-33 25.97 25-79 25-33 24.37 24.41 25.05 26.31 26.81 27.13 26.67
19-48 T27.31 26.79 27.87 26.95 25.91 24.85 27.01o 26.41 26.83 26.55 25.11 25.83
1949 25.o9 25.36 24.41 25.17 24.01 24.57 23.61 26.21 26.63 25.46 25.37 24.75
1950 24.03 235-49 23.51 22.65 22.09 22.25 23.01 23.91 26.83 27.13 26.4) 26.51
1951 25.21 24.63 24.49 23.17 21.93 21.99 22.03 21.97 23.53 24.15 25.59 26.o07
1952 25.19 26.47 26.23 25-47 25.o01 23.61 23.19 23.56 23.69 23.29 22.61 22.41
1955 - - - - 21.44 21.45 21.51
1956 21.83 21.67 21.39 21.81 21.29 22.oo 22.67 21.66 21.74 22.61 21.78 21.60
1957 21.61 22.02 21.95 21.61 22.08 21.98 24.54 24.57 23.30 21.97 22.11 21.92
1958 25 .05 24-.13 25-.51 25.69 24.59 24.36 24.41 22.73 22.43 22.81 22.53 23.10
1959 24-.08 24-.97 27.16 27.14 26.52 27.05 26.97 27.02 26.60 26.31 25.71 25.01
1960 24.71 25.22 26.85 26.45 25.30 26.72 27.05 26.96 27.83 -
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
43. ORANGE LAKE AT ORANGE LAKE, FIA.
Location.--Lat 29.25'50", long 82*12'110", in sec. 21 or 28, T. 12 S., R. 21 E., on
southwest shore of lake and east side of town of Orange Lake.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1935 - - - - 58.4 57.8
1936 57.8 58.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 58.0 57.7 57.6 57.8 57.6 57.6
1937 57.3 58.0 58.0 58.5 58.4 58.o 57.6 57.7 58.8 59.6 59.3 59.2
1938 59.1 59.0 58.9 58.1 57.6 57.5 57-7 57.7 58.3 58.9 58.7
1939 58.5 58.3 58.1 57.8 57.9 57.7 59.6 60.0 59-7 59-3 58.6 58.3
1940 58.1 58.0 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.2 57-9 57.3 56.8
1941 58.7 58.2 58.4 58.9 58.6 57.8 58.5 58.7 58.4 58.2 61.5 60.5
1942 60.1 59.4 59.9 60.1 59.4 58.8 58.21 57.97 58.00 57.65 57.33 57.41
1943 57.22 56.87 56.68 56.23 56.05 55.57 55.37 55.63 56.02 56.05 55.82 55.68
1944 55.74 55.65 56.15 57.49 57.33 57.26 57.41 57.55 57.55 58.19 58.29 58.08
1945 58.13 57.95 57.48 57.11 56.45 56.76 57.22 58.63 58.83 58.51 58.15 58.81
1946 59.15 59.01 58.95 58.51 58.71 59.05 59.95 60.53 60.51 60.31 59.57 58.91
1947 58.48 58.37 59.11 59.06 58.70 58.26 58.23 58.49 59.37 60.09 60.23 59.72
1948 60.23 60.02 60.91 59.96 59.16 58.74 58.93 59.51 59.42 50 44 59.04 58.84
1949 58.A7 58.68 58.35 58.82 58.42 58.34 58.21 58.32 58.90 58.98 58.78 58.44
1950 58.05 57.58 57.44 57.15 -56.96 56.78 57.53 57.41 59-27 59.47 58.66 58.32
1951 57.93 57.56 57.38 56.99 56.50 56.45 56.40 56.56 57.26 57.83 58.23 58.37
1952 58.03 58.76 58.75 58.49 58.07 57.76 57.27 57.21 57.01 56.85 56.67 56.49
1953 56.66 56.64 56.69 57.83 57.42 57.56 57.34 58.29 59.32 59-22 58.77 59.41
1954 59.16 58.61 58.27 58.09 57.62 57.13 57.00 56.49 56.37 56.16 55.93 55.86
1955 55.82 55.86 55.61 55.14 54.70 54.74 54.22 54.39 53.98 53.56 53.27 52.76
1956 52.62 52.13 51.28 51.26 50.74 50.48 50.50 51.04 51.20 52.11 52.08 51.81
1957 51.71 51.36 51.16 50.88 50.74 51.12 51.58 53.16 54.80 55.75 55.93 55.96
1958 56.19 56.36 57.80 57.99 57.58 57.37 57.32 57.36 56.98 57.05 57.08 57.25
1959 57.75 57.91 60.11 59.63 50.09 59.35 59.08 58.39 58.33 58.14 57.81 57.60
1960 57.42 57.52 59.18 58.86 58.11 58.81 59.28 59.63 60.08 -
Monthly mean outflow at U. S. 301, in efs
1946 - - - - 423 278 187 1947 125 97.0 139 173 111 68.9 53.3 60.8 96.3 236 369 275 1948 240 327 539 470 208 116 85.6 182 217 306 212 173 1949 129 131 104 113 89.2 43.6 43.0 38.8 102 128 114 108 1950 76.2 51.6 42.6 32.3 15.2 4.06 17.8 26.9 284 348 308 190 1951 147 104 70.4 49.5 20.4 5.45 5.86 4.40 10.9 70.2 96.7 151 1952 125 133 227 172 95.4 63.5 38.5 28.8 26.5 21.4 16.2 10.4 1953 12.3 13.7 11.2 41.3 65.8 45.2 39.9 56.2 258 418 302 297 1954 398 281 174 118 55.9 32.1 20.7 14.1 8.58 7.19 3.76 2.70 1955 1.84 2.29 1.42 .42 .02 0 0 0 0 -
44. ORTEGA CREEK NEAR JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30014'50", long 8147'49", on line between sees. 10 and 15, T. 3 S., R. 25 E.,
at bridge on JacksonvilleHeights Road, l1 miles west of Jacksonville Heights, and 5 miles
southwest of city limits of Jacksonville.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gige Height Date Discharge Gage Height
(cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.)
4-19-56 1.09 6.02 3-19-59 297 12.24 9-10-58 2.66 6.18 3-21-59 491 13.02 12-19-58 20.2 7.-33 8-17-60 23.4 7.63
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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
45. PEBBLE IAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, IA.
Location.-Lat 29-4~9'31", long 8157'10", in SE} see. 1, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on east shore
of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 5z miles northeast of Keystone Heights.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nkv. Dec.
1945 - 103.82 103.58 103.88 o103.94 10o3.84 10o4.60 1946 104.90 105.52 105.20 105.02 105.86 106.86 107.81 - 111.15 110.96
1947 110.98 110.58 110.54 110.42 110.02 109.60 108.96 108.86 108.96 109.76 111.-46 112.56
1948 u3.16 113.46 115.76 115.40 115.16 115.06 n4.16 u4.16 u4.66 114.36 113.96
1949 113.46 113.06 112.46 112.46 111.16 111.56 109.76 109.26 1o8.11 o107.92 107.46 107.o01
1950 106.56 o105.46 o104.51 104.56 o104.16 102.16 o101.86 101o.26 104.68 105.24
1951 105.71 -. 1952 - - - 95.84 96.84 98.24 98.31 98.76
1953 98.76 98.36 98.36 98.86 98.96 98.64 100.06 o101.16 1954 - - - - 100.92 100.56 99.08
1955 98.oo 96.64 95.60 94.62 93.44 93.00 92.12 91.36 90.60 90.o4 89.24
1956 88.78 88.58 87.76 87.24 86.54 86.48 86.o7 85.72 85.61 85.82 85.44 85.16
1957 84.91 84.71 84.64 84.24 84.92 85.36 86.16 86.86 87.864 89.18 91.15 92.50
1958 93.16 93.18 94.16 94.77 95.30 95.62 95.53 95.42 94.64 94.o04 93.54 93.02
1959 92.66 92.38 93.28 95.92 98.42 99.62 100.88 102.73 103.58 106.66 o106.94 107.02
1960 106.74 o106.53 106.78 107.oo00 106.94 107.26 109.76 110o.o4 109.90
47. POE SPRINGS NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.
Locstion.--About 3.7 miles west of High Springs on south bank of the Santa Fe River.
Date Discharge Date Digcha ge kcrs) 1
2-19-17 86.5 12-13-41 84.o 1-31-29 75.1 7-22-46 75 -.3
53-14-52 31.2 5- 2-56 39.2 10-17-60 91.7
50. SAND KILL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Locastion.-Lat 29"51'01", long 82*01'10", on line between secs. 29 and 32, T. 7 S., R. 23 E.,
on west shore of lake, 3.5 miles north of Keystone Heights.
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 'ear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 - - - 131.32 131.26 131.62 131.32 131.48 131-32
1958 131.42 131.42 131.80 131.88 131.63 131-58 131.57 131.47 131.31 131.25 131.35 151.41
1959 131.63 131.71 132.24 131.94 132.37 132.13 132.11 132.04 132.36 132.22 131.86 131.66
1960 131.52 131.72 152.06 131.98 131.68 131.74 131.86 132.02 152.30 -
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'tu!ble L.--Streatflow, streak otatue, and lake stu"es continued
52. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR FOfT WH!'rIT, FIA. continued
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
efr Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. !May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
5U - 21.68 21.59 22.31 22.72 21.71 21.78 21.60 L -05 t.0 22.44 22.55 25.28 22.w 21.83 22.14 22.17 22.41 21.96 21.77 21.71
L)54 2L.b 2L.tL 2L.t45 2 .62 22.02 25.41 22.87 22.76 22.21 21.98 21.63 21.71
1 )j 2L.6 L.6 2.3 21.5- 21.5 21.48 21.45 21.78 23.75 26.58 22.83 22.25 22.0:
L L.90 25.29) 22.46 22.21 21.97 21.91 22.20 21.99 21.89 22.39 21.90 21.94
: 2.7 26.83 22.,0 23.25 22.19 22.06 22.28 22.145 23.53 22.77 22.35 22.15
L1 22-54 '2.23 21.)7 21.81 21.75 22.00 22.10 22.21 21.94 26.01 22.30 22.01
L ,O, I'L.)O 2.66 21.79 21.74 21.68 22.40 22.53 22.86 22.26 21.99 21.89 21.86
L u4 .d ~L. 22.6 21.97 21.99 21.79 21.80 22.35 22.83 21.88 21.67 21.5*7 21.82
L ;; L 2L -91 2 .98 21.95 21.82 21.-75 22.73 24.21 22.38 22.12 26-O7 23.56 24.92
L)2; :5.8 2'.27 26.80 23.16 22.54 22.51 22.91 22.58 22.47 22.18 22.02 21.93
L ', ~ L.i 2L. 2.80 2.70 21.77 21.73 21.76 22.22 21.86 21.6 21.58 21.5L
L 24.h L.-, 2L.55 22.67 22.97 21.80 21.66 23.05 24.13 22.50 26.05 22.49 22.12
L ', 22.u 22.2t 21.9) 21.82 21.74 21.72 22.19 25.29 22.55 21.96 21.74 23.37
L J4n 2. 51 22.12 22.04 21.89 22.62 23.13 24 .09) 2 .65 23.78 22.87 22.30 22.03
L 4 2L.) 22.26 23.56 22.60 22.19 21.9h 21.95 21.85 28.90 27.71 27.79 27.-31,
Ad 25j.5 25.72 29.21 27.93 23.09 22.56 22.91 23.90 22.95 253.33 22.69 23.00
L, 22.52 25.37 22.49 22.56 22.28 22.36 22.43 24.43 22.143 22.66 22.86 22.5
L),( :.5 2L.99 21.9. 21.86 21.84 21-73 22.60 21.87 23.27 26.65 22.77 22.38
-, '' 2:.LP 22.0 22.1 22.00 21.84 21.82 21.85 21.89 22.06 21.75 22.20 21.99
L42 2L. W 2.,)4 22.53 22.08 22.06 22.06 21.94 21.92 22.12 21.94 21.75 21.71
L 5, L.8) 21.[8 2t.79 25.22 21.95 22.14 22.08 25.35 24.01 22.98 22.41 26.71
Ly),A 'c 2-.6b 22.26 22.13 21.98 21.90 21.88 21.86 22.01 21.72 21.65 21.62
L2'55 24.&9 21.90 21.68 21.63 21.62 21.61 21.73 21.53 21.55 21.4h 21.59 21.36
L') 21. 6 21.42 21. 55 21.35 21.45 21.49 21.70 21.60 21.67 22.51 21.61 21.h3
L)*T' "2L.55 21.35 21.35 21.39 21.245 22.52 22.15 22.20 22.07 22.08 21.90 21.78
Lv58 2L. 2 Z2.12 23.50 24.53 22.32 22.28 22.45 22.47 21.98 21.86 21.84 22.01
L 2, 22.4- 22.55 29.614 24.68 28.10 24.06 23.-37 22.66 23.68 23.51 22.63 22.56
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53. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29"50'46", long 82*13'll", in NE! sec. 32, T. 7 S., R. 21 E., at bridge
on State !lghnway 225, and 1 mile south of Graham, Bradford, County.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Tear ,Tan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
ST - - - 25.7 3.4 3-77 4.58
2158 12.o 29.3 160o 81.8 26.1 6.58 78.7 49.8 21.3 7.41, 37.1 ,6.3
L)) .03 49.2 387 147 254 180 103 58.6 194 181 61.0 27.i L0-0 20.2 45.6 229 88-.4 30.7 32.1 271 236 226 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 - - - 108.45 109.24 108.02 108.14 107.97
058 28.70 u2.17 109.88 UO.32 109.13 108.26 108.44 o108.66 108.o02 o8.01o 108.25 109.16
L959 1L09.09 10.69 112.h 110.27 112.90 112.37 109.96 109.h0 111.09 110.48 109.11 108.61
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56. SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTINGTO, FIA.
Lcation.--Lat 29*55', long 82*26', on line between sees. 32 and 33, T. 6 S., R. 19 E.,
at bridge on State Highwasy 23, 0.5 mile south of Worthington, Union County.'
Monthly mean discharge, in efs
year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1931 - - - - 4.0 3.0 4.00
192 5.12 5.4 25.5 7.81 2.13 58.8 27.0 271 475 59.4 119 71.2 1933 65.5 233 313 1,180 83.0 23.4 113 269 8143 71.2 34.3 20.0 1934 16.9 35.6 65.3 33.0 219 3,650 547 847 265 101 23.2 16.8 1935 148. 38.5 25.4 6.41 3.71 3.58 95.0 417 3,430 421 82.0 52.5 1936 97.8 859 479 450 26.3 36.7 68.7 99.9 33.3 270 58.5 78.4 1937 229 1,280 396 857 131 39.6 102 302 1,390 1,656 241 214 1938 42 460 105 26.4 25.6 62.1 134 374 121 1,138 469 78.7 1939 52.5 73.8 73.6 35.6 38.2 341 877 1,049 246 72.0 28.9 49.8 1940ko 121 579 157 321 35-3 105 481 795 224 35.5 10.9 127 1941 344 435 338 119 16.9 246 867 362 203 2,236 1,370 1,295 1942 1,381 1,085 2,111 414 60.5 144 400 426 49 171 28.9 38.4 1943 147.2 31.1 52.1 22.5 50.0 18.o 60.9 754 264 142.1 13.o 17.1 194 60.8 49.7 412 1,161 122 38-3 552 1,827 599 2,564 341 13o l945 688 260 62.5 22.7 17.3 17.4 272 1,254 577 179 47.4 602 1946 899 264 143 73.4 854 1,178 1,1459 1,8014 1,253 1,187 266 86.0 197 56.3 555 1,357 583 154 215 147 168 2,186 2,365 1,788 795 1948 765 957 3,216 1,735 141 146.1 209 1,450 455 1,570 170 424 1949 2148 969 143 334 68.9 94.1 233 513 1,516 266 555 17o 1950 .75.0 39.5 60.2 33.5 32.1 8.32 652 120 2,435 2,155 417 192 1951 167 144 144 131 19.6 12.7 26.1 78.3 138 120 359 185 1952 129 631 370 130 30.0 30.2 27.0 28.4 102 195 55.3 24.9 1953 2k9 149 144 1,116 118 142 134 1,423 1,477 1,307 379 1,801 1954 779 248 157 102 30.9 12.7 14.8 9.86 165 119 20.5 22.7 1955 80.4 353 52.2 31.1 8.27 5.05 162 57.0 56.8 10.2 15.8 9.61 1956 23.1 87.8 32.1 7.11 89.5 18.3 222 49.o 91.7 750 200 51.3 1957 2T7.8 21.0 54.9 63.2 46.7 1,263 290 549 239 343 59.5 74.7 1958 166 262 1,460 768 333 150 759 437 93.2 31.6 130 268 1959 1,047 647 3,303 94 1,716 1,263 686 303 982 1,121 308 149 1960 132 383 1,917 739 142 196 1,188 1,265 1,248 -
Month-end stage-, in feet above mean sea level
1931 - - - - - 50.14 50.18
1932 50.22 50.22 50.56 50.06 49.92 51.50 50.73 55.00 53.34 50.50 52.814 50.82
1933 52.36 51.72 54.02 53.38 50.98 50.74 52.84 52.30 51.54 51.o6 50.64 50.50
1934 50U. 51-39 51.o-04 50.72 57.64 58.00 54.80 53.66 51.39 50.90 50.58 50.52
1935 50.44 5o.64 50.22 50.o04 49.84 50.o-04 51.81 58.14 58.84 52.09 51.18 51.54
1936 52.84 57.14 53.o-04 51.-14 50.54 50.67 51.34 51.94 50.10 51.99 50.69 51.08
19537 58.7-14 58-79 55.0-ok 53.04 51.00 50.39 53.74 59.59 56.19 53.44 53.99 52.69
1938 53.40 52.19 51.14 50.48 52.08 52.94 54.66 51.56 51.44 59.34 51.99 51.45
1939 51.33 52.66 50.41 51.32 49.88 54.08 53.14 54.66 51.65 50.19 50.07 51.49
19o40 51.89 54.44 51.34 51.04 49.88 50.14 56.20 55.31 50.94 49.83 149.71 55.02
1941 52.56 52.74 51.37 50.02 49.69 58.00 57.99 51.89 51.10 59.79 54.37 59.65
1942 53.67 60.26 57.74 51.44 50.13 53.135 55.82 52.28 54.38 50.36 49.97 50.64
1943 50.63 49.93 50.01 49.77 50.38 50o.o-04 50.77 53.35 51.39 49.89 49.94 50.07
1944 50.37 50.27 58.53 53.70 50.39 50.05 56.43 58.24 52.08 57.71 52.16 51.40
1945 5 .96 51.70 50.27 50.45 49.93 51.03 52.03 57.26 53.19 51.12 50.36 60.85
1946 55.84 52.12 52.35 50.54 53.50 59.99 61.20 59.42 57.10 53-.98 51.80 50.87
1947 52.145 54.84 55.62 52.11 58.36 50.-48 53.14 51.34 60.86 59.60 56.25 56.26
1948 59.03 54.56 57.54 53-.74 51-33 50.48 57.59 55.09 52.61 53.06 53.35 55.68
1949 52.19 53.51 51.04 51.19 50.25 52.26 52.50 61.43 53.71 51.65 54.-44 51.50
1950 50.67 50.43 50.81 50.27 50.32 49.69 55.42 50.71 57.32 58.76 52.35 52.74
1951 51.58 51.16 52.52 51.20 49.94 50.24 51.11 50.09 53.64 50.43 53.15 53.46
1952 5218 57.73 53.-14 51.14 149.85 149.80 50.91 53.06 51.96 50.33 50.09
1953 52.43 51-29 51.341 54.92 50.16 53.146 54.83 62.60 60.06 53.56 53.12 60.53
1954 53-.73 52.29 51.68 51.41 50.o04 49.65 49.88 49.90 54.81 50.20 49.96 50.07
1955 51.87 51.71 51.02 49.77 49.76 49.82 51.56 50.43 49.91 49.82 149.79 49.81
1956 50.41 50.76 149.83 499.94 50.08 51.97 50.25 50.30 51.67 56.79 51.03 50.37
1957 50.16 50o.44 50.87 50.08 50.98 52.38 53.83 52.96 53.05 51.oo00 51.09 50.77
1958 52.60 58.38 65.4o 56.81 51.95 53.71 53.23 52.89 50.27 50.17 50o.51 53.11
1959 54.27 55.54 58.54 55.85 59.57 55.16 53.72 53.-48 56.40 55.39 52.79 51.72
1960 53.o00 58.59 59-49 53.-28 50.74 54.81 59.79 57.76 60.18 -
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
58. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP BLENDING, FIA.
Location.--Lat 29o56'33", long 81053'52", on line between secs. 27 and 28, T. 6 S., R. 24 E.,
at bridge on State Highway 21, 6 miles southeast of main entrance to Camp Blanding, and
6 miles southwest of Penney Farms.
Monthly mean discharge, in efs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 - - - - 49.9 27.8 25.2
1958 31.9 34.5 53.6 47.2 31.9 21.1 23.3 25.7 .19.1 17.7 25.2 335.8
1959 48.5 38.0 105 61.7 131 93.1 76.4 50.3 92.0 60.0 39.7 34.8 1960 32.7 38.2 68.2 49.8 31.3 28.6 68.7 67.8 89.7 -
Month.-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
1957 - - - - 44.19 44.23 44.oo
1958 44.17 4.94 44.63 44.32 43.95 43.67 43.72 43.66 43.47 43.64 43-.69 44.o4
1959 44.20 45.99 45.24 44.50 46.00 44.78 45.42 45.49 45.01 44.75 44.4 4.34
1960 44.51 44.54 45.16 4.34 44.34 43.95 45.45 44.58 45.95 -
59. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Location.--Lat 29058'45"', long 81'51'08", in NEt sec. 13, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on
State Highway 16, 2 miles west of Penney Farms.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1939 - - - - 33 39.2 56.4
1940 82.7 163 62.3 134 34. 1o01 141 lo3 74.5 25.2 18.-1 225 1941 162 137 118 91.1 33.7 182 379 156 162 564 225 321 1942 245 281 485 97.3 47.9 245 174 118 163 48.5 38.8 71.0 1943 59.7 47.5 63.9 38.3 70o.8 127 173 415 291 60.-3 45.7 55.7 1944 148 71.1 351 325 62.9 83.6 414 583 161 583 100 88.5 1945 161 92.6 55.9 53.0 35.8 66.5 126 238 310 133 58.8 325 1946 189 83.1 106 54.1 288 225 342 411 577 175 91.2 58.6 1947 60.0 127 306 139 77.3 83.9 228 155 637 633 484 183 1948 398 251 666 237 60.9 61.1 165 305 161 450 75.0 94.8 1949 78.2 173 68.3 121 85.9 61.2 48.1 161 236 205 o107 62.9 1950 48.2 40.5 58.2 42.2 37.3 29.4 132 37.6 465 586 89.9 82.a 1951 80.o 69.9 78.5 52.0 25.5 24.3 46.3 63.8 68.2 98.5 175 102 1952 66.7 199 109 70.3 72.9 99.0 86.9 81.6 207 236 63.6 39.5 1953 131 181 114 524 41.9 45.7 127 885 452 315 120 432 1954 151 117 89.5 69.1 39.5 29.8 33.8 22.3 34.2 72.4 31.2 36.7 1955 69.7 125 43.1 32.5 18.6 16.2 43.8 26.6 127 59.1 25.8 26.5 1956 45.5 109 34.5 28.2 84.2 153 152 72.6 48.9 222 4.3 33.5 1957 30.5 34.0 81.3 40.6 47.6 176 160 237 184 196 50.5 51.0 1958 101 102 313 223' 81.2 39.7 58.1 133 35.8 55.9 122 196 1959 271 129 593 171 747 320 254 228 356 173 77.6 67.3 1960 66.8 124 451 172 59.8 143 530 271 529
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
59. SOUTH FORK BLACK C.EEK NEAIR PfENNET FAR S, FIA. continued
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
S - - - - 11.48 12.34
L I. 11.96 12.20 11.56 11.50 1.88 11.68 12.09 12.22 11.38 11.41 13.59
L t! L2.1t 12.57 11.3 11.72 11.79 15.92 12.75 13.38 11.57 15.25 12.13 14.54
Nk1 12 .' 1l.L5 Lj.h 11.62 11.82 13.79 12.61 12.16 12.82 11.28 11.20 12.90
10 us.o LL.2L 11.25 11.03 11.52 12.62 11.95 14.97 12.19 11.24 11.49 11.73
L ..4 11.-" 20.)( 12.00 1.0 12.04 17.79 13.19 12.15 12.66 12.13 11.87
LL 12.-5 Li."L 11.L1 11.81 10.78 11.27 11.80 12.76 12.61 11.60 11.39 16.04
L%6 12-35 12-56 12.7 11.08 12.08 16.78 18.50 17.43 13.08 12.00 11.75 11.51
L .09 12.0a3 153.91 11.54 12.14 11.93 15.16 1.72 13-72 13.87 12.58 12.41
08 1).96 12.h2 12.62 U1.70 11.28 11.51 13-77 12.00 12.76 11.85 11.82 11.91
1"19 1.1-85 11.69 11.37 11.31 11.26 11.62 10.95 16.70 20.91 11.69 11.76 11.43
wo 11u.16 u.00 11.52 11.15 10.84 10.64 11.03 11.17 25.42 12.59 11.68 13.06
1:51 11-52 11.5) 11.62 10.99 10.74 11.57 11.67 11.02 12.78 11.28 11.76 12.41
-1952 12.00 13.52 12.26 11.52 13.16 11.50 11.51 13.44 14.36 12.04 11.48 11.34
1?53 .60 11.61 11-.57 11.99 11.10 11.37 13.18 21.02 14.96 12.71 11.96 15.25
i95" 12-u 12.21 11.5 11.73 11.47 10.92 10.51 O10.60 11.17 10.84 10.81 O10.96
1955 u.-79 11.40 11.65 10.69 10.89 11.12 12.12 10.78 11.42 10.83 10.82 11.06
156 11.52 u.48 1.00o 11.28 11.1l 13.85 11.21 11.14 10.90 11.74 11.17 11.02
197 U.o00 11.56 11.55 11.00 11.49 11.02 12.19 12.38 15.18 11.32 11.44 11.30
1956 12.21 16.12 12.74 11.71 11.63 11.23 11.19 11.20 10.70 11.10 11.41 12.44
1959 12.09 17.69 12.87 11.76 13-58 12.32 12.09 13.-35 12.17 11.98 11.60 11.52
1:)- 12.78 13-30 15.57 11.80 12.29 13.76 19.89 12.78 18.76 -
60. SWIFT CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Mccation.--Lat 30003', long 82*25', in sec. 16, T. 5 S., R. 19 E., at bridge on State
Higinway 100, 5 miles northwest of Lake Butler.
Monthly mean discharge, in cfs
Year Jaa. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1957 - - - - 17.1 19.0 1.09 .8
1958 1 .5 25.1 106 102 27.1 8.57 41.1 61.5 10.9 .12 .75 5.90 1959 9r.1 46.6 305 71.7 195 104 22.5 22.7 80.1 75.3 28.1 114.3 1-90 14.2 62.1 236 41.2 5.49 5.21 43.7 50.7 60.2 -
Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 - - - 112.82 112.69 111.90 111.93 111.86
1958 112.58 114.03 113.62 113.23 111.76 112.36 112.53 112.96 110O.60 110.62 110.77 111.58
1959 112.52 114.50 114.38 113.19 115-34 11.34 112.41 111.08 113.19 112.94 12.0l 111.55
1960 112.02 114.81 114.21 111.68 uo10.40 111.63 113.57 114.14- 114.1
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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages continued
62. WADESBORO SPRING NEAR ORANGE PARK, FLA.
Location.--Nine-tenths of a mile southwest of Orange Park on State Highway 224A at
railroad crossing.
Measurements of discharge.--Apr. 18, 1946, 1.40 efs; Apr. 20, 1956, 0.71 cfs; Oct. 18, 1960,
1.41 crs.
63. WATER OAK CREEK NEAR STARKE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30e01', long 82009', in see. 36, T. 5 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State
Highway 16, 6.2 miles northwest of Starke.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (rt.)
5- 6-58 1.24 9.40 3-:.8-60 582 13.85 12-15-58 77.9 11.24 5-18-60 592 (from 15.89 3-19-59 325 12.75 rating) 8-17-60 10.6 10.17
64. YELLow WATER CREEK NEAR MAXVITLE, FLA.
Location.--Lat 30013'44'", long 81*55'17", in NE} sec. 20, T. 3 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on
State Highway 228, 5.8 miles northeast of Maxville.
Measurements of flow
Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage
(cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., mal)
9-12-57 24.5 53.96 2-16-59 7.70 53.30 10- 4-57 192 55.61 3-18-59 230 55.78 12- 5-57 1.68 52.51 4-14-59 3.43 52.99 1-16-58 15.6 53.63 5-23-59 605 56.72
3-12-58 20.-7 53.79 7-31-59 2.90 52.76 4-11-58 (peak) 57.82 9-24-59 14.9 53.62 4-11-58 262 55.88 11-10-59 4.82 52.85 5- 7-58 1.63 52.33 1- 5-60 2.67 52.57 7- 9-58 6.88 53.15 3- 2-60 19.7 53.76 8-27-58 6.36 52.90 4-26-60 1.94 52.76 10-29-58 .44 52.11 6-22-60 1.35 52.66 12-19-58 5.40 53.05 8-17-60 2.80 52.51
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Table A. Chemical Analyse end Temperalurse ad Suwrcs Wa4ter.
(Notei Numbers prceadt g station names are location numbers in ttfirse 3 and 4)
Chemlel analyses in parts per million exasept speoaitic aonduatance, pH, and color Dissolved Hardaness SpeTT.solid P as Cco canduat Mag- Po s4 e Tem pate Mean Cat- no- tas BOar- Chlow fluo- N1- Phos- Cal. Residue Calcium, Mon- (alro perot discharge Ellics Iron alum stum Sodium sluim bonats ultate ride ride trate phate ou. at ane. carbon- ao ature
collection I (at)L (50) (s) (Ca) (M) (Na) (E) (H00) (SO)j (Cl) (Y) (NO ) (P90) lated 180'C alum at at 2sC) pH Color ('F)
(3S) NrWNAN LAEE NEAR GAINBSIuI, 17,
July 1s, 157 ..... 01 0 l ,1 .0 0, 2 4 0. -- 4 76 21 4 86 3.6 6 68 Oct. 7 1958 .., 1T .6 .00 3.6S 13 5.1 -- 1 1, 110 .3 .0 0.0 -- 14 Is .6 50 71
Mar. 26, 195i ..... 6. 5 o0 e07 4,2 .0 3 .8 .0 10 12 2, .2 .1 -- 1 59 14 6 49 .0110 1 57
Jan. 1 19600'... 2.s 2.3 .05 3, 1.1 3.09 S 4 25s 5.8 .2 4.4 .1 26 87 13 9 3 9 S
June 26 .......... 2.5 1.6 .14 3.2 1.3 5.0 1.0 7 3.2 7.0 .2 .4 .0 2S 53 14 I .3 60s 82
(7) CAMPS CANAL NAR ROCHLLE.I, VIA.
Oct. 7 1958 ... 34 1.9 0.0 38 10. 1 4. 10 1 0 0.2 0.0 0.0 I9 14 6 63 .8j 60 I 7
Mar. 26, 19.... 833 2.0 .04 4.4 1.0 5. 0.0 8 4.8 8.8 .2 1.7 32 1 6 568 16.8110 i 61
Jan. 1, 190...... I 70 2.6 .15 3.2 1.1 3.9 4 8.4 5.8 .8 4.5 .5 6 6 4 13 9 S2 .51110 5S
June S1.......... o60 1.1 .08 3.6 .7 4.6 .2 I 10 .8 .0 .1 .1 .0 4 9 12 4 46 1.9 60 I 84
(43) ORANGE LAE AT ORANGE LA K E, FLIA.
Oct. 7, 1956.. 4.3 I 0.00 I 1.9 4. I -- I 21 I 3.0 10 0.3 0. I 0.1 42 I -- I 25 I 6 I 8 .41 50 76
Jan. 1, 1960.. I 3.4 I .02 6.0 1.6 4.7 10.6 16 I 2.0 7.0 .2 1.3 I .131 30 I 66 I 22 I 6 I 68 .5 80 59
June S21..........I 8 568.3 .3 .03 6.0 1.2 14.6 I.1 20 8 18,2 .1 I,2 I .0 33 49 I 20 I 4 i81 63.3 63
(45) PBLE LIAKE NEAR EYSTOiNE HEIGHT, PLA.
Nov. 21, 1957..... a 10.0 4.7 0.02 0.8 0.5 2.,4 0.2 4 2.8 4.0 0.1 0.0 0.4 18 21 4 0 24 3.7 10
ot. 1 19568 .... 5 6.6 1.7 .00 1.0 .1 3.2 -- 3 1.5 4.0 .1 .1 .4 14 3 0 23 3.4 3 79
Mar. 16, 1959 ,... 1.0 .05 .8 .4 2.0 .0 2 2.0 3.5 .1 .1 -- 11 13 4 2 21 3.3 3 61
Dec. 30........... 5.4 1.6 .04 .8 .2 3.4 .5 2 .8 3.5 .1 .4 .0 12 15 3 2 22 .0 5 62
June 22, 1960 ..... 8 5.8 1.4 .01 .8 .4 2.1 .0 3 .8 3,5 .0 ,0 .1 10 9 4 2 19 1.2 0 85
(41) ORANGE LAKE AT HEAGET'S FISHING CAMP, FLA.
Mar. 19 1959.... 8 69.1 0.7 0.03 7.6 1.1 6.3 0,1 20 2.4 10 0.2 0.8 S 67 24 7 I 79 46 I
Jan. 4, 1960 .. 57.6 2.0 .03 7.0 1.1 4.8 .8 20 2.4 9.0 .2 .3 38 46 22 6 70 .1 651 60
June 2........... 88.3 1.6 .03 6.0 1.7 5.0 .9 20 1.2 7.5 .3 .2 0.0 34 58 22 6 6 .4 45 83




Table 2.--Cheical analyses and temperatures of surf2nce watere--Continued
CheMcal analyses in parts Pe million except spea ific conductance. pH. and color--Continued i Dissolved Hardness SpeciFticl
I solids as Cac0 conduct
Mag- PoP- ance TaDate Mean Cal- no- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Flu -. Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calctum, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron caIum sum Sodiuma sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate ou- at magne- carbon- mhos ature
collection (os) (Si0,o) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (W) (800) (604) (Cl) (F) (NO.) (P04) lated 10'C slum ate at 25'C) pR Color (OF)
(30) LOCHDOOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, FLA.
Mar. 17, 199..... I 751 2.2 0.09 2.0 1.0 3.8 0.0 4 0.4 5.0 10.2 0.3 -- 17 60 9 6 40 5.41150 58
Jan. 4, 1960.... 11 I .03 4.4 2.7 7.1 .9 1 4 1.6 12 .3 .2 0.0 47 92 22 10 78 6.1 160 59
June 21 ........... 6.1 .07 4.4 1.9 4.3 .4 9 2.4 8.5 I .2 .1 .7 33 72 19 12 57 5.6 220 I 83
(32) LOCHLOOSA LIAKE AT LOICHLOBA, FLA.
Oct. 7, 1958...... 0.4 0.00 15 3.3 12 -- 50 12 16 0.3 0.4 0.0 84 -- 51 10 142 6.6 15 76
35 3112 .1 13 S 87 45 62 Mar. 17, 1959 .....8 .04 14 1.7 7.8 0.1 36 6.8 12 .3 .9 -- 91 42 12 122 67 45 62
Jan. 4, 1960 ... 5.7 .02 9.4 3.0 6.2 1.0 33 6.0 10 .2 1.0 1.1 60 90 36 9 103 6.8 75 59
June21.......... .0 .06 8.0 2.2 5.8 .4 29 3.2 10 .2 .0 .0 44 49 29 5 83 6.7 45 5s
(10) DEEP CREEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA.
Nov. 22, 1957..... I 0 10 0.06 19 I.2 3.4 0.2 87 2.2 6 .5 0.1 0.0 0.3 90 96 73 2 150 7.5 9 0 64
Mar. 17, 1989..... 4.5 .10 6.2 2.1 3.1 .1 20 .8 4. .3 .1 -- 32 71 24 8 56 6.7 190 57
Dec ........... 3011 .11 19 8.7 3.8 .5 82 3.2 6.5 .1 .0 .3 90 94 71 4 154 7.6 35 60
June 21, 1960 17 .12 17 5.5 3.4 1.6 68 6.0 58.5 .2 .0 .0 89 104 65 10 185 .1 75 74
(850) BAND HILL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
July 8, 1957 ...... -- 1.7 0.01 0.8 0.5 3.6 0.4 4 0.5 5.0 0.0 0.2 -- 19 24 4 0 29 .6 3 87
Nov. 27........... 5.4 4.0 .01 .4 .7 3.0 .2 4 2.5 5.0 .1 .0 0.0 18 25 4 0 26 .75 -Oct. 1 1958 .. 5.2 3.0 .01 .6 .6 4.8 -- 3 3.5 5.5 .1 .0 .0 20 -- 4 2 28 .5 2 83
Mar. 26, 1959.... 6.3 2.4 .03 1.4 .5 3.4 .0 1 .8 5.8 .1 .1 -- 15 26 6 4 37 4.8 38 62
Dec. 31........... 8 5.7 1.3 .04 1.2 .5 3.4 .0 2 2.4 4.2 .1 .2 .0 14 16 5 4 24 .3 5 55
June 22, 1960... 5 5.6 2.4 .01 1.0 .4 2.6 .1 3 2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 15 12 4 2 24 .3 5 82
(34) MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Nov. 197..... -- 1.9 0.01 0.6 0.6 2.9 0.2 4 1.8 5.0 .0 0.0 0.0 15 s 4 1 2 .5 5 -Mar. 20, 199..... 8 7.7 .8 .02 1.0 .4 2.8 .0 2 2.8 5.0 .1 .85 -- 14 18 4 2 2 .1 20 63
Dec. 31........... 8 7.3 1.6 .07 1.2 .1 2.6 .2 4 2.4 4.0 .1 .0 -- 14 28 4 0 26 .1 17 86
June 22, 1960..... 8 1.3 .9 .02 1.2 .2 2.9 .0 3 2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 13 15 4 2 24 .4 3 83
INFLOW TO CRYSTAL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
Dec. 20, 1957 ..... 5.3 0.01 0.41 0.2 1 2.0 0o.o0 4 1 0.8 3 1.o 0 10.0 Io0.2 14 I 17 I 2 0 o le1 I .3 o 10




Table 3,--Chemicli $nalyo0 And t"emperaturn f surface waters--Continu d
chate anluies in parts put million uxcspt specic cN ( nduptance, pH nd colo r--O on inued Dissolved Hardness Spetific
I I I 1 solid as Ccoa conduct
M.- Po- .. ...... Ande TemData Mean Cal- n. tas- tr. Chlo- Fluo- N- Phos- Cal- NesIdue Caium, Non. (micro- perDaemenCa- n- too lar L'an.
of dimcharge Silic] Iron clum sltu podium altum onate ulfate ride ride tratet phat cJu- at magne- carbon- sham sture collection (o,) (Og) (s) (CI) (Mg) (NW) (K) (N~cO) (804) (Cl) (F) (Nol) (d) l.ad 180'C sum at at 25'C) pH Color (')
(9) CRYSTAL LAKE NEAR IKEYSTONE RIGHTS FLA.
Dec. 20,1 957..... 0.02 3.2 017 3.4 0.2 13 2,2 5,. 0.0 0.0 0.0 24 31 11 0 41 7.7
Oct, 2, 10988 ...... 4,4 I .01 4.0 .2 3,8 .4 10 I 3.5 ,0 .1 I.1 .0 26 24 11 3 38 1.7 8 62
Mar. 20, 196, .... 1.4 .05 1.4 .4 2,7 .0 3 2.4 4.5 .1 .32 15 16 1 2 27 .7 2 63
Dec. 30 ........... .0 .05 2.0 .5 2.8 .0 7 I 1.8 4,2 .0 .1 .0 15 18i 7 2 30 .4 61
June 23, 190..... .. .02 2.2 .6 2.7 1.0 8 2.4 3.5 .0 .0 .0 16 19 8 3 31 .3 15 83
(4) BROOKLYN LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE NHEIGHTB, FIA.
July 11, 197..... -- 0.2 0.01 1.2 0.7 4.0 0.4 4 2.5 6.0 0.0 0.1 17 21 6 2 37 .7 3 88
Nov. S....,. I 4.7 I 1.3 .00 1,2 1.0 4.0 .2 3 5.2 7.0 .0 .0 0.0 21 34 7 4 41 .5 -Oct 1 19le5 ...... I 6. 1.0 .01 1.6 1.2 4.4 .4 2 5.5 6.0 .1 .1 I .0 21 22 9 I 8 40 .5 3 84
War. 19 1 1 .05 1.4 .5 3.0 .0 1 5.2 6.0 .1 .0 i s 1 e 4 30 .1 2 so
Deo. 30 ........... S 22.6 1.4 .03 1.0 .6 2.6 .3 4 3.2 4.8 .1 .2 .0 16 -- 5 2 28 .610 60
June 22, 1060..... 229 .5 .02 1.4 .2 2.9 0 3 2.8 5.0 .0 .2 1 4 19 4 2 26 2 83
N(23) LAKE OGENEVA AT KEYSTONE RHIGHTOl, FLA.
00 July 9, 1957...... 8 5.6 2.5 0.01 1.2 1.2 6.0 0.7 4 3.0 9.0 0.0 0.1 - 26 31 8 4 1 3 5 .6 3 as
Nov..26........... ..- .8 .01 .8 1.3 6.2 ,.4 3 5.5 9.5 .0 .0 0.0 2 28 8 52 5. 0
Oct. 1, 1958 ...... 8 5.1 .9 .00 2.0 .7 5.6 .7 2 6.8 10 .1 .1 .1 28 26 8 6 I 56 3.2 83
Mar. 19 1959..... I .8 .00 1,2 1.1 6.4 .0 1 6.8 10 .1 .2 -- 27 31 8 6 S 8 2
Dec. 30............ 8 7.3 .2 .02 1.4 1.1 6.3 ,9 2 0.0 9.0 .1 .1 .0 26 34 8 6 53 .6 1 60
June 21, 1960..... 6 7.6 .0 .02 1.4 1.2 8.9, 1.0 2 6.8 8.5 .1 .1 .01 2 32 8 I 7 I'52 5. 86
(25) LAKE JOHNSON AT GOLD HEAD BRANCH STATE PARK NEAR EYSTON HEIGHTS, FLA.
Nov. 27, 1957..... 5 0.4 3.3 0.02 0.4 I0. 2.4 0.2 I 4 22 4.0 I 0.0 10.0 0.2 1 5 2 0 I 0 24 5.4 30 -ot. 1, 1958...... IS .3 2.4 .01 .8 .2 2,4 1 .4 3 .2 4.0 .0 .1 .020 -- I 3 0 22 .6 80
Mar. 10, 199.. 8 .5 2.8 .08 .6 .2 2.0 I .0 2 1.2 3.2 .1 .0 -- 11 14 I 2 1 20 5.2 5 60
Dec. ........... 5 1.0 3.8 .05 .6 I .4 2.4 I .1 I 4 .0 4.0 I .0 I .1 .1 13 19 3I 0 22 .9 25 59
June 22, 1960..... 5 1.6 3.1 .04 1.2 .4 2.4 .0 2 .8 3.5 .0 .1 .0 13 14 4 3 21 5' 10 84
(18) HALL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, IPLA.
Dec. 160, 1957 ..... 0.6 0.01 1.61.7 7.80.5 2 13 0.1 0.1 0.1 37 62 11 10 74
Oct. 2, 1958...... 1.1 .00 1.8 2.1 11 1 I16 14 .1 .0 .0 47 -- 13 12 89 .7 3 81
Mar. 20, 1959..... 1.1 .01 2.0 1.6 7.3 .0 0 13 12 .1 .2 7 44 12 12 76 47 0 62
Dec. 30 ........... .1 .01 2.2 1.8 6.1 .6 2 11 12 .1 .0 .0 35 38 13 12 79 5 2 59
June 23, 1960..... .0 .04 2.4 1.9 6.4 .6 1 14 12 .1 .0 .0 -- 14 13 83 5 81




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical an ees in ofrte e llion ex et fsie ( onduc ance, pH, aI d olor--Conti oed Dissolved Hardness Specifi
solids as CaC0O conductMag- Po- ance TenDate Mean Cal- ne- tam- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron cim sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- cabon- mbos ature
collection (cfs) (8i0) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (H0a) (804) (Cl) (1) (NO) (04) lated 180C sium ate at 25C) pH Color (OF)
(57) SMITH LAZKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FA.
Dec. 16, 1957..... 1.2 0.02 2.0 2.3 12 0.7 3 8.8 22 0.1 0.4 0.1 51 62 14 12 104 8.6 10
Oct. 2 1958 ..... 1.0 .00 3.6 12.4 14 1.1 1 20 20 .1 .4 .0 63 74 19 1i 123 4.9 0 81
Mar. 20, 1959 ..... 1.4 .04 3.2 2.1 91 .0 1 17 14 .1 .0 -- 47 61 i16 16s 95 5.0 3 3
Dec. 30........... .2 .01 2.8 1.9 11 1.4 2 16 16 .2 .1 .0 a1 63 15 14 100 6.2 6 59
June 23, 1960..... .0 .04 3.0 1.9 9.8 1.2 3 16 1 s .0 .0 .0 48 62 16 13 94 5.2 8 83
(24) LAKE GRANDIN NEAR INTERLACHEN, FLA.
July 11, 1957 ... 6. 0.5 0.01 2.0 1.2 3.9 0.3 6 4.0 9.5 0.0 0.1 -- 27 39 10 5 53 5.7 10 86
Dec. 30, 1959..... 7.8 .0 .12 1.8 1.3 6.2 .0 4 6.4 10 .1 .2 0.0 28 32 10 6 57 5.6 7 60
June 21, 1980..... 7.9 1.5 .05 2.2 1.0 5.5 .0 4 6.0 I9.5 .0 .1 .1 28 34 10 6 31 .5 5
(8) CLARJKS CREEK NEAR OREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
Sept. 30, 195 .... 11 0.00 11 10.7 6.2 135 12.2 9.0 0.2 0.0 10.2 58 30 12 187 .1 30
(46) PETERS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Sept. 30, 1958.... 8.8 10.00 6.0 10.6 4.8 20 0.5 17.5 0.2 0.0 I II39 18 1 55 .8 40
(58) SOUTH FORE BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP LANDING STATE ROAD 21, FLA.
Mar. 18, 19 9..... 2.9 0.141 5.8 0.9 4.4 0.0 12 3.6 17.0 0.2 0.0 31 46 16 8 62 0.5 50 56
(2) ATES CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Dec. 1 1957..... 6.6 0.25 1.8 1.1 4.5 0.0 5 1.2 9.0 0.1 0.1 0.7 28 89 9 5 47 .6 180
Sept. 36, 1958... 6.3 .00 2.0 .1 3.7 4 .5 5.5 .3 .1 1.0 22 6 2 31 80 71
Feb. 13, 1959 .... I 37.2 6.2 .27 2.0 1.0 5.9 .0 1 3.2 9.8 .2 .4 -- 29 74 9 8 55 .7 --0
Mar. 17........... 2.9 .30 .8 .5 2.7 .0 1 2.2 4.5 .1 .1 14 38 4 3 27 .8 130 55
Dec. 31 .......... 7.9 .34 2.4 .6 4.8 .4 4 2.4 10 .2 .1 .4 31 57 8 5 40 .5 150 52
June 22MS, 190.... 5.7 .24 2.4 .5 3.9 .0 3 .8 6.5 .2 .3 .4 22 39 8 6 37 1 160 76




Table ,--Cheaical analyses and temperature ul aurflace waterm--Conttnaed
Phamb tt ann] lans in n~tlt rMn~r mitll.nn arrantD anadl~lfirt rnlndlir atnre n~H arnd rnnrPnnt nneuid
Dissolved hardness Ipeciti
solids as camts 091:dua0t.
Mag- pa- ...... I~0 ShOndc1ae Pa ance
Date mesn Cal- B- taro a dar Choa Fluo- Ni- Phos Ca R u C u, N (a o- ect dlacharils Mica Iron ium alum Podium alum bonasts ulfate rids ride trate phate cu- I at an- Icarbon- sag &turf
collection (of.) (41o1) (7*) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (W) (BO,) (504) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (PC) lated 180'oC alum ate at 25'C) PH Color ('r)
(14) GREENS CRE K NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.
Dec. I' 1057,,,. 11 0.17 3.1 1.6s 7.0 0 14 1.0 14 0,1 oo 0.2 46 71 i1 4 69 .5l60 -Uept. 36, 18.... x o,1I 7.7 *00. 1 9,:2 .9 O,5 I -- I 27 1. 110 1,2 .0 .1 4 -- 2 68 4 60 6I 60, 73
Mar, 17, 195 ..... 2,6 .17 1,6 .0 1 3.0 I0 0 .4 14.2 ,1 .4 12 36 4 4 31 .7110 55
e.127 5.8 .5 6 2 I 17 .8 112 1 .2 .0 5-- 4 70 16 2 68 .57 49 Jun221960 7.1 .26 4.0 .7 6.0 J1 a .8 11 .1 .2 .0 34 50 13 6 54 0 74
(59) SOUTH FORK LACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, PLA.
Aug. 23, 1957 ..... 409 6.8 -- 2.6 0.0 5.0 0.0 6 1.2 9.5 0.2 0.1 29 86 10 4 52 .3 250 75
Oct. 8............. 170 5.3 0.58 3.6 .7 4.4 .3 7 .0 13 .2 .2 32 3 12 6 50 .7 360 -Nov. 26........... 1 a*7 .11 3.6 1.1 4.3 .4 10 .0 7.0 .1 .1 -- 27 51 14 6 52 .0 100 63
Jan. 13, 1958..... 80 7.7 .07 3.0 1.5 5.6 .5 7 3.0 10 .2 .1 -- 35 55 14 8 60 .7 s0 56
Mar. 13........... 335 65.3 .26 2.4 1.1 5.6 .5 5 2.0 9.5 .2 .1 29 67 10 6 53 .3 160 61
May 5S............. 56 6.6 .13 2.6 1.2 4.3 .3 8 2.0 6.8 .2 .2 -- 28 45 12 5 46 5.9 100 75
July 7 ............ 59 6.0 .22 3.0 1.2 4.5 .5 8 2.5 7.2 .3 .1 29 53 12 6 48 5.9 120 T79
Sept. 3........... 33 6.0 .11 4.6 .4 3.8 .3 11 2.2 6.5 .0 .1 -- 30 52 13 4 47 .3 uo -Sept. 30, Ot.1-11 42 7.4 .07 5.6 .7 3.8 .4 12 4.8 7.2 .2 .2 0.5 37 51 17 7 52 .3 75 -Oct. 12, 14-26 .... 75 12 .10 24 1.6 5.8 .7 72 6.4 11 .2 .0 .4 97 130 $6 7 159 .8 60 -Oct. 13........... 25 --. 11 3.6 . .--.. ..- 15 6 52 .1 5
Oct. 27-28, 30,
Nov. 1-2, 4-6, 8,
10, 12-14, 18-10. 121 7.9 .17 5.6 .7 4.8 .4 12 8.0 10 .2 .1 .5 44 77 17 7 62 .1 150
Oct.29...........- .. .. .. -- 86 4.8 - - - 76 6 184 .8 So 67
Oct. 31........... 39 - - - - -90 5.6- .. .. .. .. .. 81 7 193 .8 12 67
NXo. 3............ 48 - - - -- 47 5.6- -. .. .. .. .. .. 40 2 111 .8 65 64
Nov. 7 ............ 512 - - -61 5.2 - - 72 6 175 .8 20 67
Nov. 11 ........... 141 - - - -61 8.0 .. .. .. .. 58 8 141 .7 so 66
Nov. 15 ........... 6 .. 70 8.8 69 12 160 .7 30 70
Nov. 20 ........... 47 - - 87 9.2 -- - -- - 81 10 16 .6 10 67
n,.. 21-22, 24-25,
28-29, Dec. 1,
3-8, 11-13, 15-18 226 7.5 .23 3.6 1.0 4.6 .4 6 8.0 10 .2 .0 .4 39 75 13 8 55 .6 160
Nov. 26-27........ 80 9.6 .08 24 1.7 4.9 .7 71 11 8.0 .3 .0 .3 95 -- 07 9 157 .0 45 -




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyees in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness specific
solids as CCs conduct.
Mag- Po- ance TmDate Mean Cal- no- tasn- Bicear- Chlo- Flu- Ni- Phoe- Cal- Residue Calci=, Non- (micro- perog discharge Silica Iron cium Ilum Sodium slun bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at mane- carbon- hoen s ture
collection (cts) (810) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (003) (S04) (Cl) (P) (NO.) ( 04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25'C) pH Color (51)
(59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CRESK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued
Dec. 2, 1958 ...... 50 - - 83 11 - .--- -83 18 189 6.6 10 70
Dec. 20, 23, 25... 84 11 0.03 30 2.7 5.0 0.4 81 1 12 0.2 0.4 -- 118I 156 86 20 200 7.5 30
Dec. 22, 26-27,
29-31............ 118 9,7 .15 4.0 .7 5.3 .1 6 4.0 9.0 .1 .2 36 64 13 8 56 5.8 120
Jan. 1-8, 1959.... 625 5.6 .16 3.2 .7 5.0 .1 5 4.0 8.5 .2 .2 -- 30 71 11 7 54 5.4 190 -Jan. 9............ 185 9.4 .--- 6.0 .5 70 15 10 .2 1.5 -- 80 22 180 6.8 15 60o
Jan. 10........... 162 11 5--.5--5. .2 45 10 8.0 .2 .7 -- --- 47 10 118 6.6 90 50
Jan. 12-15, 17,
19-20............ 150 7.6 .14 3.2 1.0 4.7 .1 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 32 62 12 7 55 5.8 130 -Jan. s18........... 238 8.9 .--- 6.0 .5 67 20 12 .2 3.4 -- 84 29 196 6.8 20 58
Jan. 21, 23, 26-31 122 7.4 .13 3.2 1.0 5.3 .1 8 4.4 8.5 .2 .1 -- 34 56 12 6 54 6.1 150 -Jan. 24-25........ 188 8.0 -- 34 3.2 6.0 .5 83 22 12 .2 .4 127 145 98 30 228 7.0 10
Feb. 2-79-10..... 137 6.4 .16 3.2 1.0 4.8 .1 8 4.0 7.5 .2 .1 31 61 12 6 53 6.0 150
Feb. 11-16, 18-20. 112 6.6 .19 4.0 .7 6.3 .1 9 4.0 8.0 .2 .2 34 65 13 6 6 6.1 160 -Feb. 21-28........ 151 6.3 .16 3.2 1.0 4.4 .1 8 4.4 7.0 .2 .1 -- 31 57 12 6 50 6.2 150
Mar. 2-7, 9-10.... 450 5.2 .19 2.8 1.0 4.8 .1 6 4.4 7.0 .1 .2 -- 29 69 11 6 50 5.7 180 -Mar. 11-14, 16-18. 982 5.8 .13 2.4 1.5 3.3 .0 7 4.0 7.2 .0 .1 28 51 12 6 41 5.9 140 -Mar. 21-28, 30-31. 487 5.7 .17 2.8 .9 3.0 .0 6 3.8 6.8 .0 .1 26 50 10 6 41 .8 150 -Apr. 1-4, 6-10.... 229 5.9 .20 3.4 1.0 3.3 .0 8 6.6 7.5 .0 .2 31 53 12 6 44 6.0 200 -Apr. 11, 13-18, 20 117 6.2 .15 3.8 1.0 3.3 .0 8 4.2 7.0 .0 .2 -- 30 50 14 7 44 6.2 140
Apr. 21-25, 27-30. 170 6.3 .21 3.2 1.2 3.6 .0 8 4.0 8.2 .0 .2 -- 31 s 13 6 46 8.0 150
May 1-2, 4-9...... 56 6.6 .12 3.4 1.3 3.2 .0 11 4.4 7.2 .0 .1 32 40 14 5 45 8.5 120
May 11-16, 18-19.. 80 6.9 .13 4.0 1.2 3.4 .0 13 4.8 6,8 .0 .1 -- 34 50 15 4 50 6.6 100 -May 21............ 10300 1.9 .12 1.0 .1 - 4 2.4 3.0 .1 -- -- 12 28 3 0 18 .6 110
June 4-10......... 547 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.3 .0 8 .8 6.0 .2 .6 24 58 12 7 38 6.1 220 -June 11-20........ 134 7.2 .31 3.2 1.5 3.8 .0 9 2.4 6.0 .2 .3 29 62 14 6 44 6.3 150
June 21-23........ 182 16 .18 4.0 1.7 6.4 .3 25 3.2 7.5 .0 .5 5- 2 66 17 0 57 7.1 170
June 24 ........... 110 6.7 4.0 .6 3.4 .3 8 2.4 ..-- -- 43 12 6 37 8.0 180 79
June 25 ........... .100 11 4.0 1.0 5.0 .3 16 2.0 3 .9 -- 53 14 1 44 6.5 200 80
June 28-27, 29.... 132 5.4 .02 3.6 .5 3.5 .2 10 3.6 6.5 .0 .3 -- 29 55 11 3 40 8.6 170 --




Tablu 2,--Chem call analysue and teiparaturob of burfiace Wsatro--Cotlitued
Chlamical an.alyes inpa t per saillun except ypecif ic conduct tanceL pit, and colar--Continued
I TDIssove4 Hardness Ispealitf i
Mag o solide as C001O condu t wag- PC- anos TeDate Mesa Cal- ne. %am- M1oor- Chin- Fluo- Xt- Mhs. Cal- Residue calcium, Non- (mcaro- Pe.ot dishsrge Silica Iron aum slm Sodium stum bonateslultate ride ride trate phate C u at ma ne carbon- shoe nature
collection (oar) (010) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (000) (504) (Cl) (F) (N0) (PO04) lated 180oC stum ate at 25'C pH pColor (sF)
(59) SOUTH FOiRK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARM, FLA.--Continued
June 30 19 ... 111 i 4,8 1.0 6.2 0.3 22 3. - 0.4 -- 66 20 2 2 .6 200 80
July 1- .......... 78 6.2 0.05 4,0 .7 3,8 ,3 12 3.2 7.5 0.0 .2 -- 32 43 13 3 44 .5 160 -JulY 6....,,,...o. 73 13 -- 4.8 1.0 85.1 ,3 16 3,2 -. .. -- 592 16 3 44 6.7 120 72
July 7.*....... ... 6 - 4.0 .5 3,7 .2 14 2.8 -. . ..-- 37 12 0 39 .4 150 72
July 8-10...*.. 8.. 8 7.2 .06 4,0 1.0 3.7 .2 12 3.6 7,0 .0 .2 33 43 14 4 44 .0 110 -July 21-12 ...... .. 276 5.2 -- 3.2 7 3.1 .3 1 2,0 6.0 4 2- 56 11 4 37 .2 170 -July 14-20....... 603 5.8 .02 ,8 7 3,4 3 7 .8 5. .0 .7 23 59 10 4 34 .3 30 -July 1............ 3 -- 3.2 1.0 4.6 .2 14 1. ...-- -.--- 61 12 0 38 6.5 120 74
July 92 ........... 385 .9 4.0 1.9 4.2 .2 22 1.6 . ..-- 88 18 0 55 6.3 150 74
July 23........... 338 - 4.0 t.5 4.9 .2 22 9.8 ..-- - .-- 76 16 0 52 6.5 210 72
July 94-28 ........ 143 .8 10 3.2 1.5 3.6 .2 13 4.0 3.0 .2 1.0 -- 32 58 14 4 43 6.6 180 -July 29........,.. a5 .. 6,4 1.0 6,0 .2 30 0.0- .. .. .. .. ..-62 20 0 65 6,6 150 75
July 30-31, Aug. 1 2164 5.4 .03 3.2 1.0 2.8 .2 10 2.4 4 .1 -- 24 42 12 4 35 6.4 150 -Aug. 2...*** ... 1439 8.5 -. 4.. 8 .. 12 .8 .--.-- -- 58 -- 38 6.1 120 76
Aug. 3.........233 3.2 1.9 4.5 .2 17 1.6 4 -- 4 66 14 0 45 6.3 290 73
Augo 4............ 381 8.9 -- 2.4 1.9 4.2 .2 14 2.4- .. .. .. .. ..-76 14 2 46 6.1 900 76
Aug. 5............ 206 .. .. 4.8 1.5 4.9 .2 19 4.0 .. .. .. .. ..- 68 18 2 54 6.3 120 72
Aug. 6........ 130 .. .. 3.2 1.9 4.2 .2 16 6.0- .. .. .. .. ..-68 16 3 50 6.3 120 72
Aug. 7.. .......... 116 6.1 -- 3.2 .5 4.2, .2 9 .. .. .. .. .. ..- 52 10 2 40 6.11 20 75
Aug,8.,... ,, 175 .. .. 2.4 1.5 3.8 .2 9 6---56 12 4 35 6.2 120 75
Aug. 9-10.......... 274 12 -- 4.0 1.9 5.3 .2 17 8.0 4.0 .. .. ..- 44 78 18 4 53 6.8 200 -Aug. 11........... 263 9.5 -- 4.0 1.6 4.6 .2 13 1.6 .. .. .. .. ..- 72 16 6 49 6.0 120 75
Aug. 12 ........... 332 12 -- 4.0 1.5 7.0 .2 17 1.6- .. .. .. .. ..--0 16 2 51 6.2 210 72
Aug. 13 ........... 556 8.4 -- 3.2 1.5 5.4 .2 15 .. .. .. .. .. .. 074 10 2 43 6.2 210 75
Aug, 14 ........... 415 .. .. 4.0 1.9 5.5 .2 17 3.2- .. .. .. .. ..--0 18 4 50 6.2 200 75
Aug. 15........... 287 9.5 -- 3.2 1.5 4.9 .2 12 1.6 .. .. .-- 64 14 4 41 6.0 200 75
Aug. 16-18 ........ 272 7.8 .11 2.4 1.5 5.6 .2 12 .0 4.0 .4 .4 28 68 12 2 40 6.4 20 -Aug. 19-21 ........ 131 6.8 .08 2.4 1.5 4.6 .2 10 2.0 6.0 .2 .4 29 62 12 4 39 6.3 180 -Aug. 22-26 ........ 70 10 .06 3.2 1.9 4.7 .4 19 1.6 6.0 .2 .3 -- 37 66 16 1 50 6.8 0 -Aug. 27 ...............56 5.8 -- 2.4 1.0 3.2 .2 10 4.0-----------------50 10 2 36 6.3 85 80




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conduatance. pH. and color--Cont nued Dissolved Hardness Specifi
Hag-I solids as CC0s3 conduct
Mag- Po- Ance TeDate Mean Cal- ne- tas- iar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Pho- al- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron oium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate hate cu- I at magne- carbon- ahoe nature
collection (aes) (8siOs) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC03) (504) (Cl) (F) (N03) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 250C pE Color (OF)
(59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued
Aug. 28, 1959..... 53 -- 4.0 1.0 4.2 0.2 16 0.8 --.--- -- 58 14 1 45 6.3 65 75
Aug.29........... 58 13 -- 3.2 1.9 3.3 .2 10 1.6 ---- -- -- 54 16 8 39 6.4 110 72
Aug. 30........... 157 16 -- 3.2 1.0 4.7 .5 20 2.0 - ----- -- 68 12 0 51 6.6 170 72
Aug. 31........... 195 -- -- 4.8 1.0 3.0 .5 11 2.4 6.0 - -- 62 16 7 42 6.3 170 74
Sept. 1........... 214 11 -- 4.8 1.9 4.4 .4 16 3.2 --- ------- 78 20 7 51 6.2 160 71
Sept. 2........... 388 9.8 -- 3.2 1.0 3.1 .4 9 --- ------ 76 12 4 39 5.8 160 79
Sept. 3........... 223 9.8 -- 3.2 1.0 4.2 .4 12 .0 -.- -.---- 70 12 2 42 6.0 160 74
Sept. 4........... 162 6.2 3.2 .5 3.4 .4 7 1.6 6.0 - 25 64 10 4 38 5.6 170 73
Sept, 5 ........... 268 - 3.2 1.5 3.4 .4 10 . .- - -- 74 14 6 42 5.8 170 70
Sept. 6-9......... 204 6.6 0.06 2.4 1.5 3.2 .4 7 .0 6.0 0.2 0.6 24 64 12 6 38 5.8 180 -Sept. 10.......... 497 9.6 4.0 1.0 3.2 .3 11 .8 5.0 -- -- 29 54 14 5 39 5.8 180 70
Sept. 11 .......... 373 -- 3.2 1.5 7.2 .4 11 .8 --- ------ 70 14 5 42 5.8 180 75
Sept. 12.......... 370 -- 3.2 1.0 3.6 .4 8 .4 5.0 . .--- 60 12 6 39 5.7 180 71
Sept. 13.......... 742 10 2.4 1.0 3.1 .4 8 -.-- ----- 68 10 4 34 5.5 1S0 72
Sept. 14........... 786 - 3.2 1.0 3.8 .4 10 .4 5.------- 52 12 4 38 5.7 180 74
Sept. 15....... ... 010 - 3.2 1.5 4.0 .4 10 .8 - ------ 60 14 6 40 5.8 180 71
Sept. 16......... 775 -- 4.0 .5 4.0 .4 8 .---. .-- -- -- 56 12 6 40 6.0 180 70
Sept. 17.......... 963 6.4 1.6 1.0 3.8 .4 6 .4 .- - - 54 8 3 35 5.3 180 72
Sept. 18.......... 664 9.0 -- 2.4 1.0 3.8 .4 11 .4 5.0 -- -- 27 56 10 1 37 5.8 200 72
Sept. 19.......... 437 6.6 -- 3.2 .5 3.1 .4 7 .4 3.0 - 21 54 10 4 36 5.4 200 74
Sept. 20.......... 500 11 -- 4.8 1.9 5.6 .4 19 .8 . ---- -- -- 6 4 20 4 50 6.1 200 72
Sept. 21.......... 444 - 4.8 1.0 5.3 .4 15 - 6---- --- 62 16 4 47 6.4 180 67
Sept. 22......... 296 6.8 -- 4.0 .5 3.3 .4 1Q 1.2 6.0 2-- -- 27 42 12 4 41 5.7 180 70
Sept. 23.......... 225 8.2 4.0 1.5 4.9 .4 14 .8 -_ ---- -- 42 16 4 49 6.0 180 78
Sept. 24 .......... 156 8.2 -- 4.0 1.0 4.3 .4 12 2.4 7.0 -- 33 46 14 4 42 6.0 180 77
Sept. 26-30....... 118 6.4 .10 3,2 1.0 3.3 .4 8 1.2 5.0 .2 .2 -- 25 26 12 6 37 6.1 150 -Time-weigjted
average. ...... 22 -- -- 5.1 1.1 14.3 0.2 16 1 4.5 - -- --- 65 17 4 60 -- 145
Nov. 12, 1959..... 77 5.7 0.10 2.4 1.0 3.4 0.0 8 2.0 6.0 0.1 0.5 25 49 10 4 41 100 57
Jan. 7, 1960...... 68 3.5 .11 3.4 .9 4.1 .2 14 2.0 6.8 .2 .2 28 53 12 0 43 60 -Mar. 1l ........... 238 4.6 .13 3.4 .6 4.6 .2 10 3.2 8.5 .2 .4 0.4 31 52 11 3 47 6.100
Apr. 27........... 115 4.9 .18 3.0 .9 4.1 .0 5 2.0 6.5 .2 .3 .3 26 53 11 4 40 6.4 100
June 23........... 107 5.3 .03 3.0 .6 3.2 .7 4 1.6 6.0 .2 .0 .2 23 51 10 6 40 5.7 95 -Aug. s18........... 103 4.7 .05 3.0 .4 3.1 .2 6 .8 5.5 .2 .0 .1 21 9 4 35 5.7 130 77




0Chauial misulyo w in ua e r iitin n upt acitfi ontduPtSnIus pH11, tond oloru--C ontinuud
D I vaved Narldnuge IpocIft
Wd144 As C8O conduct.
Mg--i- once
Date Mean C01- ow- tiw Niear- ChIn- Vl1o- Nt- Pham- 041- x eslue Ctla be, Non- (nIaro- peroft d hia'rge alun Iro alum l tu a odi u Hia bnilaite Sulfite rtdie ride trate phatue cu- it gne- carbo#a- hae slaure
coleatlon (Ct.) (840,),l(F.) (Ce) (Mg) (NA) (K) (H0,) (504) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (PO) lited t8loC s$tu ate at 8C P* Coltr(')
(5) BULL, CHRSK NEAR MIDULEBURG, FIA,
Nov, $1 1957,,,,, I 14, 0,23 4 ,1 4,6 0 3,5 0,O0 0.N OM 0,5 37 64 17 7 54 6,4 g00 St fept, .0, i900,,, 1. 100 7,6 l 2,2 3 1 5.0 6,5 .2 ,0 .2 I 49 -- 28 2 70 7,0 70 70 Mar, 1, 1959,, 2 216 1 ,4 1,6 .6 2,9 .0 2 4.0 4,0 .2 I 1 -- 18 5 6 5 20 ,,1 160 56 Dea. 31 ,........ --. 7,8 5 4,4 1.1 ,8 .3 16 1,6 7.5 .2 .0 I 35 57 16 2 52 6, 110 53
June 2, 1960..... 6.5 .21 4,4 1,8 3,9 1.0 14 2.4 7,0 .2 .0 .3 34 55 18 6 52 6,6 90 74
(21) KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLANDING, FLA.
Aug. 12, 1924.,,,, 101-- 2.2 1,0 3,5 4 2,9 8,0- -- 120 22 -- 36 --6
Nov. 27, 1957..... 9 21 1,1 0,01 2.2 1,0 6.2 0,5 6 5,5 0 0.1 0,0 0,0 30 37 10 3 54 6,4 5 Oat, 1, 195,...... 2.8 1,2 I 00 28,6 .9 7.4 -- 6 ,2 10 .1 .0 ,o 32 10 4 87 6.21 5 8.
Dc, 31, 19598 ..... 3.0 1.9 .03 ,0 .9 4,7 .6 I8 5.2 82 .1 .1 .0 I 9o 3 11 4 53 6.61 7 6
June 20, 1960. 6. 2.8 .2 ,01 .4 .7 5,1 .2 8 5,6 8.5 .0 .0 .0 28 12 5 3 ,9 5 2
(386) NORTH PORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FIA.
Deca, 17, 1987,.... 25 10 0.10 13 4.7 20 0.4 0 113 .5 0.,2 0.7 12 190 5 52 288 44 30 -Oct.00 1-3, 19568 .... 10 10 .07 19 3.3 67 1,8 2 185 10 .1 .4 0.1 298 324 61 60 483 5.0 10 -Oct, 4..,.......... 22 -- -- - 4 9 --- --- -- 41 38 291 5.1 55 76
Oat. 5-8.... .o... 23 9.0 .16 7.6 2.4 14 .9 7 32 10" .4 .1 80 138 29 24 130 5.6 2.0 -Oat. 9-15, 19-20.. 14 9.4 .08 13 2.8 41 1.4 4 100 10 .3 .3 .1 180 211 44 40 286 5.4 90 -00nt. 16-18 ........ 8.4 10 .03 17 3.3 72 1.8 4 199 10 .2 .6 .0 316 336 56 52 492 5.0 20
Oat. 21-23 ...... 44 10 .14 8.4 5.8 13 .9 6 30 12 .4 .7 .1 84 143 45 40 131 6.1 150
Ot. 24-:6, 31,
Nov. 1-7......... 37 11 .09 14 2.2 36 1.0 4 90 9.2 .3 .1 .1 166 200 44 40 271 5.3 90
Oat. 29-30........ 14 11 .04 24 4.9 50 1.4 3 169 9.5 .1 .2 .2 272 300 80 76 430 4.9 5
Nov. 8-12........ 96 6.8 .17 5.2 1.5 8.9 .5 7 23 10 .4 .1 .5 63 111 19 14 87 5.6 240
Nov. 13-20........ 24 9.3 .11 9.2 2.2 28 ,7 4 61 8.8 .3 .0 .3 122 155 32 28 199 6.1 140
Nov. 21-30,........ 24 8.5 .14 7.2 1.5 20 .7 6 35 6.8 .3 .0 .2 85 117 24 19 140 5.5 150 -Dec. 1-10......... 83 6.4 .17 5.6 1.5 13 .5 4 20 6.8 .4 .0 .1 61 107 20 16 105 5,1 180 -Dec. 11-20....... 119 6.7 .16 5.2 1.2 8.1 .5 4 23 9.5 .3 .1 .0 67 98 18 14 89 5.1 160 -Dec. 21........... 43 -- - 13 .2 4 23 8.0 .1 -- --- 20 17 119 5.1 120 47
Dec. 22..... .. 34 -.- 9.5 .1 6 15 .2 .-- -- 17 12 65 5.5 130 43
D **. 23-26........ 30 12 .13 7.6 1.7 19 .3 3 46 8.0 .2 .2 97 125 26 24 165 5.0 120
De11. 7-231, n. 5.2 150 1-12, 16-20, 1959 170 8.4 .07 4.4 .7 9.2 .2 4 15 8.0 .2 .1 -- 46 2 14 10 4 .2 10




Table 2,--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical an lyee in prts per million aeept pn ific Ionduance oi, anld color--Cont nued Dissolved Hardness Specific
Mag- P- solids as CaCOs conduct T
ot discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium ium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- ahoe nature
Date een Cal- tas-e La- Ci-FA-N-To-al ReduCl cium, bon- (mico- arcollection (ats) (Si0,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) () (HCO) (804) (C1) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180oC sium ate at 25'C pH Color (O)
(35) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continued
Jan. 14-15, 1959.. 48 7.4 6.4 1.2 17 0.3 5 34 8.0 0.1 0.4 -- 77 21 17 134 5.8 120
Jan. 21-31........ 51 7.4 0.a3 3.8 1.0 11 .2 4 16 8.0 .2 .2 50 81 13 10 88 5.4 170
Feb. 1-8 .......... 59 7.1 .10 4.8 1.0 13 .2 4 24 8.5 .1 .2 -- 61 92 16 12 10 5.8170 -Feb. 9-10......... 192 6.5 3.2 1.0 7.1 .1 4 10 9.0 .2 3.6 -- 43 12 8 65 5.3 200 -Feb. 11-20........ 62 7.0 .14 4.8 1.7 14 .3 4 28 8.0 .1 .1 66 100 19 16 119 5.2 220
Feb. 21-24 ....... 32 7.1 .09 8.4 2,4 19 .4 2 54 8.5 .1 .1 -- 101 122 31 30 184 4.8 80
Feb. 25-28, Mar.
1-4.............. 270 6.6 .16 4.0 .7 6.8 .3 6 11 6.5 .2 .1 40 72 13 8 72 5. 200
Mar. 8-7.......... 293 5.8 .13 2.4 .5 4.7 .1 4 6.8 6.0 .1 .3 -- 29 84 8 4 50 5.2 180
Mar. 8-14......... 123 5.7 .13 4.0 1.2 7.5 .1 4 15 7.0 .1 .2 -- 43 76 15 12 77 5.2 180
Mar. 15-20........ 706 5.1 .03 2.4 .7 4.2 .2 3 7.2 3.8 .2 .2 26 56 9 6 42 5.4 120 -Mar. 21-31........ 199 3.9 .11 3.8 1.0 6.9 .2 3 14 6.0 .2 .3 -- 38 685 14 11 70 5.6 140
Apr. 1-18 ......... 118 4.2 .11 3.8 1.0 7.6 .2 4 14 6.8 .2 .4 40 72 14 10 74 5.5 150
Apr. 17-19........ 42 5.1 .06 5.6 1.2 16 .3 5 26 7.5 .2 .2 -- 685 94 19 15 116 6.1 90
Apr. 20-25........ 206 4.8 .14 3.0 1.1 6.9 .2 4 10 6.0 .3 .4 35 77 12 8 61 5.7 240
Apr. 26-28 ........ 54 5.6 .06 4.0 1.5 15 .2 3 25 6.5 .2 .5 -- 60 102 16 14 109 5.5 160
Apr. 29-30,May 1-9 25 6.4 .09 7.6 1.9 24 .4 4 54 8.0 .2 .7 -- 105 130 27 24 185 5.7 90
May 10-13......... 20 6.8 .07 10 1.9 33 .5 6 78 8.5 .1 .3 142 166 33 28 246 6.6 65
May 14-16......... 99 9.3 .12 3.8 1.2 11 .2 4 18 6.0 .3 .2 -- 49 95 14 11 83 5.6 240
May 17-20......... 58 9.6 .17 5.6 1.5 17 .2 6 32 7.0 .3 .3 -- 77 118 20 1s 125 6.2 210
May 21-31 ......... 415 5.0 .11 4.0 .4 6.0 .0 6 9.6 5.2 .2 .5 34 73 12 6 58 5.8 210
June 1-10 ......... 181 5.9 .25 3.0 1.3 5.2 .0 6 4.0 9.0 .2 .8 -- 32 68 13 8 51 8.8 280
June 11-20........ 40 6.7 .11 3.6 1.1 6.9 .0 9 8.4 8.2 .2 .4 -- 38 74 14 6 68 6.3 200
June 21, 23-25.... 23 5.6 .02 4.4 .7 6.6 .4 9 8.0 10 .0 .3 40 54 14 6 63 6.2 160
June 22 ........... 29 33 7.2 1.5 12 .5 36 9.2 - .9 -- 100 24 0 84 6,8240 69
June 26-27........ 14 6.4 -- 6.8 .7 11 .5 13 19 11 .0 .2 -- 62 62 20 10 94 6.9 140
June 28........... 15 6.9 8.8 .5 12 .6 12 21 -- 1.1 - 76 24 14 104 6.3220 71
June 29-30, July
1-2.............. 13 5.0 .02 4.4 1.8 9.9 .6 11 1 1 9.5 .0 .2 -- 52 60 17 8 80 6.5 10 -July 3-6, 1959 .... 12 6.6 .04 7.2 1.0 14 .7 26 28 9.5 .0 .4 -- 80 80 22 0 114 6.8 120 --




T#bb' 2. --Ui wi,25( awalyee ewo 'u a' Jautw~iWN-lJ"~W
Mig- P .. TomPat 90an Cal,- ne- tal- linar- 0ho- Flun- NHt- iPho- l- hetdu Oaltse Na- (Wo perof 4taharlg silica Iran altum ltim sodium Mtll bost4 Sultate ride ride trate phatou 0- at main- Carbon- whoa tre
collection (ute) (m ) (V) (Ca) ( Mg) (Nao) ( (11W ) (804) (Cl) (Y) (.0N (P0) lated 10C saum ate at 25 C).1 Color(IF)
(38) NORTH I K BLACK CREEK NIAR HIGHLAND, FLA. --Continudl
July 7-14 $9000,,, 14 6,6 0,03 6,0 1,2 8,8 0,6 13 8 11 0,0O 0, -- 55 20 10 82 6,9 10 July 15,,,,,,,,,, 100 1 -- ,a .5 31 .4 10 27 .. ,a .. 9 24 16 308 5,8 150 Be July 16-.1,,.,,,,, 167 5,5 ,04 3, 1,0 6,1 .1 a 8,4 7,0 .12 ,3 -- 36 00 12 6 54 5, 180 -July 82-31, Aug.
1-6,,,,,,..,,,, 6 7,2 .13 60,4 .0 6,5 .s 11 6,4 9,0 ,4 ,7 44 64 16 7 6 6,5 0 -20
Aug, 7-,,,,,,,,, 38 8,4 -- 13 ,0 22 .5 0 55 8,0 ,3 1.2 113 148 32 24 173 6,3 10 -Aug, O-0 ... 30 ,2 -8 13 .0 26 .6 9 78 8,0 .2 -- 141 160 32 24 232 6.3 100
Aug. 11..,,,,..., 31 -- 13 1.8 26 .0 7 I-- --- ---- 168 40 34 233 5,7 110 70
Aug. 1S,,,.,,,.... 34 -- 8,0 2.4 18 .0 7 .- ---.. .. 124 30 24 156 5,s 110 72
Aug. 13-17.,,,..,, 39 7,8 8.0 1,9 16 .6 8 41 0,0 .2 .9 89 126 26 22 141 6,2 150 -Aug, 19-21,,.,,., 29 10 14 1.2 20 .6 11 66 8.0 .2 .7 126 154 40 31 196 6,0 100
Aug. 2 2s.......,,i 17 - 17 2.3 22 .6 0 74 --- .. -- 166 82 44 227 6,0 so80 67
Aug. 23.,,.,,,.. 16 - 26 1.9 33 -- 4 .. .. . ..-- -- 234 78 74 344 6.3 20 70
Aug. 24...,p........ 14 - 22 6.1 33 1.0 5 .----- .. .. 234 60 76 346 5.4 25 69
Aug. 25.,,... 11 17 3.3 - 7 -.-- --- -- 172 s6 50 256 5.8 35 o69
Aug. 26..,........ 9,9 - 14 2.9 20 .8 8 - . .-- - 136 44 40 199 8.6 80 68
Aug. 27,,,......,,, 11 - 30 4,6 36 1.0 0 -. ..-- - 278 94 89 394 5.6 20 69
Aug. 28........... 11 30 3.6 36 1.0 4 152 .--- .... o-- 7 90 86 366 5.8 10 69
Apig. 29 ........... 1 - 32 5.4 36 1.0 4 158 - -- -- 282 102 96 402 8.2 15 66
Aug. 30-31........ 102 7.2 6.4 1.5 4.4 .4 8 14 6.0 .4 .2 -- 43 o6 22 16 60 .3 220
Sept, 1. .......... 166 6.2 7.2 1,5 7.3 .2 6 20 7.0 .-. -- 52 108 24 19 83 .2 40 o69
Sept, 2........... 146 - 4.0 2.0 7.3 .3 7 20 --- .- -- 2116 22 16 62 .4 220 68
Sept. 3 ........ .... 110 6.8 7,2 1.5 9.2 .3 8 24 6,0 -a- -- 6 120 24 20 o99 .2 180 67
Sept, 4 ........... 99 -- 7.2 2.90 9.3 .3 6 -- - 118 30 25 101 .4 200 68
Sept, 5,........... 74 8,0 -- 7.2 1.9 9.8 .1 10 '16 7,0 -- -- 7 124 26 18 102 .8 180 68
Sept, 6........... 69 7.4 -- 8.8 1.5 .1 6 31 6.0 .2 71 120 28 93 136 .0 120 70
Sept. 7........... 84 -- 11 30 14 .1 40 ---- -- 188 40 34 158 .6 200 -Sept. 6........... 79 7.5 11 2.6 14 .1 2. 40 - .4 - 152 38 36 171 .6 200 6s
Sept. 9 ........... 84 9,2 11 3.8 18 .1 9 43 - .4 - 146 42 34 161 .6 280 68
Sept. 10..... ..... 96 10 -- 6.4 1,9 8.1 .1 6 18 8.0 ..5.. .. o2 120 24 19 93 3.3 280 73




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million. except specific conductance, H. and color--Continued SI Dissolved Hardness specific I solids as CacO conduct Mag- Pa- ance TemDate Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo Pluo- Ni- Phosh Cal: Residue Calcum, Non- (aro- per.of discharge Sillca Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ikide trate phate u- at maigne- carbon- hoe I ature
collection (afe) (Sio,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (104) (Cl) (F) (NgO) (04) late lOC s un ate at 250C) pH Color (.7)
(38) NORTH FORK BLACK CRBEK NEAR HIOHLAND, FLA.--Continued
Sept. 11, 1959.... 121 7.6 6.4 1.5 7.7 0.1 6 17 7.0 .--- 50 114 22 17 92 5.3 250 t70
Sept. 12......... 219 -- 6.4 1.9 8.0 .1 4 18 -- --- -- -- 110 24 20 92 5.0 220 70
Sept. 13.......... 1430 - 4.8 1.0 - 9 ..--- ---- 70 16 8 40. 5.7 180 70.
Sept. 14.......... 443 - 4.8 1.0 - 7 .-- --- .. -- 94 16 10 66 5.5 100 70
Sept. 15.......... 279 5.3 4.8 1.0 5.1 .5 7 9.2 5.0 0.5 104 16 10 66 5.4 200 '66
Sept. i6.......... 602 5.8 4.8 1.0 5.0 .1 6 11 6.0 .3 -- 37 98 16 11 64 5.5 200 '63
Sept. 17.......... 720 5.2 -- 4 0 .5 4.4 .1 4 1.2 5.0 .5 29 70 12 8 57 5.0 210 68
Sept. 18.......... 370 5.0 -- 4.0 .5, 4.4 .1 5 8.0 6.0 .6 31 66 12 8 58 5.1' 200 72
Sept. 19......... 256 8.8 4.0 .5 4.4 .4 4 8.0 4.0 -- .6 .30 74 12 8 56 5.2 210 69
-Sept. 20.......... 630 4.2 3.2 1.0 4.4 .4 3 7.2 6.0 -- .4 28 62 12 10 57 5.0 280 63
Sept. 21.......... .. 323 5.0 3.2 1.0 4.8 .4 6 7.6 5.0 .5 31 62 12 7 56 8.2 220 64
Sept.'22.......... 169 4.4 4.0 1.5 6.2 .4 5 10 --- 68 16 12 71 5.2 200 64
Sept. 23 .......... 115 6.0 -- 5.68 1.5 9.5 .S 4 22 8.0 -- .3 -- 55 80 20 16 98 5.3 160 61
Sept. 24.... ..... 88 5.0 6.4 2.4 12 .5 8 26 7.0 -.. - 61 90 26 22 110 5.2 200 66
Sept. 25.......... 75 4.6 8.0, 1.5 13 .5 3 31 - .2 -- 60 100 26 24 130 5.1 210 67
Sept. 26 .......... 65 6.2 7.2 1.9 13 .5 5 34 7.0 -- .0 72 100 26 22 134 5.3 160 67
Sept. 27-30....... 54 .5 -- 12 1.0 i16 .8 2 47 9.0 0.3 .0 93 114 34 32 167 4.7 95
Time-weighted 1 4 ...
average....... 116 7.2 0.11 6.8 1.4 15 0.4 6 32 8.1 0.2 0.3 -- 75 110 23 18 124 160
Nov. 11, 1959 37 7.6 0.04 16 2.7 17 0.5 0 91 7.0 0.1 0.6 -- 143 170 51 51 255 4.1 15
Dec. 31 ............ 16 7.1 .04 18 1.5 12 .6 3 67 7.0 .2 .0 115 136 51 48 194 5.1 25 84
Jan. 6,s 1960...... 42 8.3 .01 24 '2.4 17 .2 2 93 9.0 .1 .8 0.0 156 170 70 68 263 4.7 7
Ma r.' 2............ a8 6.0 .04 17 2.1 18 .2 5 74 7.8 .3 1.0 .0 129 153 51 47 225 5.0 20
Ai ,........... 66 5.3 .20 12 1.5 16 .2 7 .47 6.5 .2 .2 .1 92 119 36 30 169 5.1 28
Jund 22 ........... 30 .8 .05 28 2.4 22 1.9 6 106 6.0 .2 .2 .0 171 192 0so 75 280 5.8 20
Aug. 17........... 22 6.4 .00 6.4 1.5 12 .5 8 20 6.0 .2 .3 .1 56e 81 22 17 103 .6 100 78




Tabie 5,--Chestel analyze and mpraSatures Oft urla0 watrs--Co tlnued
..h...... assOi veY in Alrti lper aqlli) tonexent Iniatic ondua ance H a d l n pusd
Diesplve Hardness ape C
" .$ds as C80 !nPat
Date Meia 041 Sto Chlow Flume Ni- Phos* Cal: Reidue Calalua, Non- (micro. P
at discharge stlils Iron Ialum aium Sod$um susm bonate ulftate ride ride rate phate oui at aine- oarbon- ho i sur
colleatton (ate) (So,) (Fe) (Oa) (MS) (a) (K) (NC.) (804) (C0) (F) (NO) (PC0) lated 180'C su ste at 950() PI clor (')
(63) YXUAtt WAT.R CRSBK NZAR MAXYVILLE, FLA,
Dee. 17 1957..,,, 13 0 t11 3,6 12 0, 48 ,518 0,1 0.1 0.1 86 '14 44 140 7.1 SO sept, 36, 1958,,,, -- 11 .00 8.6 1,8 10 -- S 4,0 14 .1 , 1ee -- s I 7 10 I 74 Mar, 18, 1959000.,,, I 30 98 .2 1,6 .2 0,0 .0 1,2 4, ,a .1 .* 14 36 5 26 5.s 110 Dec, 3149,,1... -- 15 3 .315 80 12 1,o 56 3 18 .1 .o ,0 06 104 50 4 1154 7170 0 I 56 June go 10..,,, I 1,4 7,0 I91 9.e 6 oll I $,9 14.0 33 8,0 14 .2 1.7 336 74 6 33 a 12 a 4 35 70
(39) NOTN FORK LACK CReEK NEAR MIDDLBURO, FILA,
Aug. 3, 196, ..... 324 7,8 0.o6 4.4 1, B.0 0.0 10 6,8 8, 003 0,5 -- 40 95 16 a 63 900
Dee. 5a,,,.,,..,, 8 8.2 .07 10 .0 10 .6 11 28 1 t., .2 75 97 25 is 130 .3 70
Po, 17,,,..,,, 560 8, ..10 9.4 3o3 11 04 12 31 0. .1 ,1 0.1 s0 19 37 37 130 0 Jan. 93, 10 68, 149 9,3 .06 6,3 1,. 7,0 .I 15 591 11 .3 .4 -- 48 75 21 6 so .0 so 51 Mar, 90........... 344 0,0 ,17 4.0 1.5 7.2 .6 10 7,0 0.5 .2 ,2 -- 41 71 18 8 70 .0 100 57
May 19. ............ 51 8,0 .13 10 2,4 12 .6 35 2 8.0 .1 .4 -- 80 89 35 14 133 .4 0o 69
July 9............. 1 06.09 .28 6. 1.8 6.3 .7 18 7,05 8.5 .2 -- 48 87 24 9 706 0.3 180 75
Sept. 3,,,..,.,, 42 8,3 .21 7.9 1.7 14 1.1 20 15 9,o0 .4 1,1 -- 68 124 S5 8 107 .4 1000 .Oct. 93....... 101 11 .16 6,8 2.9 11 .8 13 17 10 .3 .1 -- 66 115 96 16 106 .3 200 -May 16, 199 ...... 1410 3.0 .05 9.0 1.0 3.2 .0 3 4.8 305 .3 .5 -- 90 71 9 6 38 .2 990 74
NOV. 18...... 61 8.6 .27 .6 1.5 3.9 0 1 .8 9.0 .2 .9 -2 25 91 8 7 41 .7 340 d0
Jan. 29, 1960-0..,.. 40 7.9 .00 16 3.9 13 .0 19 48 8.5 .1 .3 .5 106 119 53 38 174 .6 7 48
Apr, 10,,.,,,... 12 5.3 .07 16I 1.7 16 .2 14 54 7.5 .1 .5 .1 108 117 47 36 179 .6 3 -May 31............ ... 1.1 .01 28 ,9. 90 1.9 29 96 7.5 .9 .5 .0 170 184 86 08 279 .8 5 -July 26.,......... 297 5.1 .08 6.8 1.0 4.4 .7 10 7.6 8.0 .3 1.7 .0 38 79 18 10 60 .8 90 -Sept, 3. ........... 133 7.0 .13 5.8, .7 15.2 .4 10 5.6 7.5 .2 .1 .0 38 59 18 10 61 .5 125 -(54) SANTA PE LAKE M MELROSX, FLA.
July 11, 1957 ..... -- 0.6 0.15 .0 1.7 7.1 0.6 6 2.5 12 0.0 0. 30 47 12 7 60 10 o 0 86
Nov. s ........... 6.8 .8 .02 1.4 1.3 7.8 .4 4 7.5 12 .0 .2 0.0 33 40 9 6 61 1.6 ..
oot.1. 1958 ...... a 8.0 1.6 .03 .4 1.2 7.0 .6 4 3.5 12 .1 .0 .0 30 48 11 I 03 25 84
Mar. 1, 1959..... 10.1 .5 .09 2.6 1.2 6.8 .1 2 5.2 13 .1 1,.0 32 45 12 10 64 .320 0o
Dee. 30............ 5 8.4 6.0 .08 2.2 1.5 7.6 .6 4 5.2 12 .1 .2 .5 38 54 12 8 2 S .7 45 63
June s23, 1960..... 8 8.3 .0 .0 3.0 .6 7.5 .4 5 1.6 12 .1 .0 .1 28 33 10 6 50 40 64




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Dissolved Hardness speoitic
Chemical analyses in parts pe' mi1l on ex tept spo tific condua .ance. pH, a id color--Cont nued
.olids. as CacOS conductI
Mag- Po- ance TemDate Mean Cal- no- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron aim sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride rate phate cu- at magne- Ioarbon- bhos I ature
collection (COs) (Si og) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCo3) (104) (Cl) (F) (NO0) (P04) lated lS0OC sum ate at 250C) pH Color (OF)
(28) LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE NEAR MELROSE, FLA.
Nov. 26, 1957..... 1.0 0.03 8.4 1.7 7.8 0.2 25 .0 12 0.1 0.1 0.2 49 72 28 8 92 7.1 65 -Oct. 1, 1958...... 2.1 .01 2.4 1.1 4.8 -- 4 .0 12 .2 .0 .0 25 10 7 66 5.5 60 85
Jan. 20, 1960..... 7.8 .03 2.0 1.0 6.0 .4 5 4.4 11 .1 .2 .1 35 50 9 5 56 5.8 50 54
June 23 ........... .4 .06 2.4 1.0 6.2 .1 4 2.0 11 .0 .0 .1 25 42 10 6 56 5.4 41 5. 865
(16) HAMPTON LAKE AT HAMPTON BEACH, FLA.
Feb. 3, 198 1.5 0.02 3.6 1.0 6.4 0.6 1 12 11 0.1 0.2 0.0 37 5a 13 12 72 4.9 10 52
Oct. 2............ 2.7 .01 2.211. 7.6 2 10 11 .2 .2 .0 36 12 10 67 5.110 83
Mar. 20, 1959 ..... 1.0 .02 2.4 1.2 6.0 .0 2 7.2 9.8 .1 .4 29 52 11 10 63 8.0 45 62
Dec. 31........... 2.7 .14 1.4 1.6 5.9 .5 4 6.0 8.2 .1 .1 .4 29 45 10 6 53 5.5 40 87
June 23, 1960..... 1.1 .05 2.0 1.0 4.3 .0 2 1.6 8.0 .0 .0 .1 19 37 9 8 46 5.2 30 2
(53) SANTA FE RIVER AT GRAHAM, FLA.
Oct. 3, 1957 ...... 133 4.1 0.54 3.2 1.7 5.3 0.6 6 1.0 16 0.3' 0.3 -- 36 112 15 10 59 5.4 340
Nov. 19........... 43 8.6 .29 12 4.6 6.8 .6 44 3.5 12 .4 .1 73 138 49 13 120 6.3 360 69
Jan. 20, 1958..... 11 5.2 .14 6.0 3.4 7.5 .0 19 3.2 16 .2 .1 51 118 29 14 94 6.1 200 48
Feb. 3 ............ 14 4.6 .05 5.6 3.4 7.9 .4 9 7.8 15 .3 .0 0.05 49 108 28 20 91 6.0 150 47
Mar. 17........... 124 3.6 .33 2.0 1.8 6.8 .6 2 6.0 13 .2 .3 36 107 12 11 68 5.6 240 60
May 12 ........... 18 4.0 .37 4.4 3.6 6.8 .5 18 5.8 12 .3 .3 47 113 26 11 78 5.9 320 68
July 3............ 46 3.7 .25 3.0 1.9 3.6 .5 10 2.2 6.0 .2 .3 -- 27 76 16 8 48 5.8 200 77
Sept. 2............ 15 6.6 .39 3.2 1.9 8.2 .4 5 2.2 10 .1 .6 .22 33 132 16 12 64 5.0 500
Oct. 20........... 30 6.3 .24 3.6 3.4 58.1 .8 15 8.8 9.0 .2 .2 .13 45 105 23 10 53 6.2 20 -Doec. 15 ........... 97 4.0 .21 2.8 1.9 4.3 .5 4 3.2 9.2 .2 .7 -- 29 80 15 12 55 5.2 220
Feb. 6, 1959...... 29 4.4 .13 3.2 2.2 6.4 .0 5 6.4 12 .5 .6 38 98 17 13 67 .2 280
May 28............ 338 2.2 .40 1.2 1.1 3.6 .1 2 .4 3.5 .2 .5 14 82 6 41 .8 300 -Sept. 15.......... 276 3.5 .35 2.4 .6 4.3 .7 4 .8 8.0 .2 .6 -- 23 76 8 5 .19 .0 200 -Nov. 16 ........... 55 1.2 .28 1.2 1.9 5.7 .3 2 .4 8.0 .2 .2 -- 20 87 11 10 59 .8 340 58
Jan. 19, 1960..... 18 1.9 .16 3.6 1.7 6.6 .0 16 .4 12 .2 .6 -- 35 97 16 3 63 6.4 180 56
Mar. 29 ........... 124 .3 .21 2.4 .5 5.5 .0 10 .4 8.0 .2 .4 -- 23 69 8 0 46 .5 190 68
May 25............ 13 1.1 .15 2.6 1.3 5.3 .7 3 .8 12 .2 .3 26 84 12 10 56 .2 300
July 18........... 798 1.8 .18 1.8 .6 2.0 .5 0 1.2 4.5 .2 .2 .0 13 60 7 7 30 .8 180
Sept. 14..............- -- .24- ---.---- -- .0




Table I,--Chetncal analyses and tumperaturoe of urtac watorM.-Continumd
Chemical analyuse _in partm per m$a n except mmtla conductance1 pi, and color--Continued
D$ssolved Hardness Speciftc
solid as Cocoa conductSMs(e- Pa .. .. 940 TexDate Mean Cal- ne- too" loar. Chio- Fluom I Phom- Cal- esidue 0 0 Nan- (moo cro- pawaD moharge Slias Iran alum Ialum sodium lum bonat Sultate ride ide trato phto ou- at mn I carbon- ba a -ltur
nolekaton (att) (0r) (1e) (Ca) (Mi) (Na) ( ) 0,) (104) (01) (?) (NO$) (PO) lAted 180*C U .s at$ at 5'C) pH Color ('rF)
(68) LAE SAMPSON AT SAMPSON CITY, NEAR STARK, FIA,
July 18 1657..... a 1,7 0.02 9.6 8 .6 15 1.6 13 4.8 .I 0.1 0 1 SS 68 39 1 i4 5 18 T
pt, 158. -- 4.0 .0 0 88 .5 1. 13 3 10 s. 0, 0 65 O 0 -- 34 614 113 0 83
.,o, 18 ... 9 a 9,,8 62 l16 6s 31 9. .o7 30 3.0 6.0 . 37 I97 2 5 I 74 .s2o 66
DJo.un 8... ....... 0 1 3. .4 0 1.6 11 .9 33 7.8 ,3 .31 .0 a 3 75 18 I 14 I 97 6.4 80 8
S.7 .1 6.4 1.3 11 .7 5 31 8.0 2 .1 1 37 99 45 84(18) ATCET CREEK NEAR CONIVWSNCR OF SANTA A RIVER NEAR GRAHAM FIA,
Nov. 18, 19572 O 1.03 .8 4.7 0.3 2 8 .5 l. 0.1 0 l 3 7 I 4 i 150 .7 Y Oct. 3 19. I .0 ... .00 1' 4.5 4 1 -- 1 855 16. .3 .1 .5 70 51 8 I 115 7.5 9o i7
Mar. 1.. 19.59.. 13. 10 .4 .4 2.0 .0 0 .4. -- 8 342 1 6 2 9 40 o54
Jan. 1 1960. 9.3 1 5.11 .13 3.6 1.1 ',6 .0 1o 1.6 I 7.3 .3 .1 1.1 39 50 14 6 I 41 6s9 so 54
Mr,, 1..... 3. .41.0 3.9 .9 0 .8 18.0 . 4 30 6 8 18 6 8 0 1 5
(49) SAMPSON RIVER AT ORAHAM, FLA.
Nov. 10, 1957 ..... 3 .5 0.088 3.4 15 8 33 9. 18 0.1 '0.0 1 87 910 4 1 1 .0 71 80 1
ob. 3, 1958 ...... .6 .041 3 4.4 6 8 13. .0 1.01 14 40 ie 7.3 35 14;
ot. a ............. 3. .011 8. 1 0 . 1 68 -- I 1 I 4 16 40 sBo
Mar. 3, 19059..... 3.0 .07 4.0 .9 .4 2 4.8,8 .3 .3 -- 8 7 14 12 683 .0 1580 57
Den. 31. ...........I 3.6 .081 6.83.6 9 .5 .9 i1 3 s.3 I .3 .1 I e 1 38 I 12 106 I.6 70I 54
June 3. 1960 ..... 3.9 .04 8.3 1. 6.5 1.2 16 11 .0 .3 0 .0 43 70 2 8 70 .0 90J 78
((48) ROCKY CRK NEAR LACROAS, 1ILA.
Nor. 1 1957 ..... 3.8 9 0.35 9.8 8. 7 3.1 o35 9 .0 18 0.4 10.0 1.4 0 I 4 16 8 I 36 6110 6
O0t. 3,158., 9.6 .1 10 13.6 3.5 .843 3.8 6,5.4 .0 1.1 t 59 70 40 5 0 4 1
Mar. 19, 1959 3.4 I.1 2.81 .9 3.9 .1 4 4.0 5.5 .02 .1 -- 2 49 10 7 41 .513s0 55
Jan., 4 1960 ...... 7.0 .07 8.0 l1.9 6.9 2.4 16 6.4 18 .4 .0 -- 91 1 8 185 102 3130 57
Junea ................ .. ....6.7 .08 6,601.7 6.3 1.3.3 11 7.6 13 1.4 .0 as.7 1 3 38 13.8 0 91 p 0eo 74
(1) ALLIOATOR CREEK NEAR LAWTEY OFF STATE ,ROADS 16 and 225, FLA.
mar. 15, 1959.... 2. 1 0.381 0.0.4 1 3.1 10.0 1 3 1 ,.0 1 4.5 10. 0.3' 1 16 1 36 1 4 3 30 .31 .90 1 55




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures.of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness specific
solids as CaCOB conductMag- Po- anre -TeDate mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- mhos aturo
collection (ota) .(8i0,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO0) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180C sium ate at 25C) pH Color (oF)
(62) WATER OAK CREEK AT STATE ROAD 25 NEAR STARE, FLA.
Nov. 20, 1957...... I 0 18 0.20 10 7.2 9.2 1.2 62 2.8 14 0.2 0.0 94 110 54 4 143 7.0 110 65
Mar. 18, 1959 .... 2.3 .22 2.0 .2 2.8 .1 4 .8 3.8 .1 .2 15 36 8 2 31 5.6 90 56
June 2, 1960 .... 8.0 .23 3.8 1.1 3.8 .9 9 2.4 8.0 .1 .0 0.1 33 58 14 6 52 6.1 90 82
(36) NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
July 15-20, 1957.. 22 8.2 0.60 7.6 4.5 6.5 0.6 30 7.8 10 0.4 0.5 2 127 38 13 97 6.2 440
July 21-31........ 1 14 .58 11 5.6 8.5 .6 48 8.0 11 .4 .6 84 145 50 10 125 6.6 260
Aug. 1-10......... 136 7.5 .46 5.2 2.9 5.2 .7 22 5.0 7.8 .3 .3 46 102 25 7 72 6.2 220
Aug. 11-20........ 207 11 .71 4.4 2.9 6.8 .6 20 4.5 8.2 .4 .4 49 127 23 6 69 6.1 360
Aug. 21-31........ 142 7.6 .56 4.6 2.8 6.3 .6 18 4.2 9.8 .3 .3 46 114 23 8 74 6.1 230
Sept. 1-10........ .43 14 .49 6.4 4.7 8.5 .7 32 ,.8 11 .4 1.0 69 133 36 10 100 6.4 230
Sept. 11-20 ....... 43 14 .80 8.8 4.1 8.3 .8 40 5.0 11 .4 .2 73 125 39 6 107 6.7 280
Sept. 21-30 ...... 107 10 .61 7.8 1.1 7.2 .8 22 4.0 10 .4 .2 53 112 24 6 79 6.5 250
Oct. 1-10 ......... 290 11 .44 4.8 2.3 7.6 .8 21 3.2 10 .4 .2 51 112 22 4 78 6.4 280
Oct. 11-20 ........ 63.3 11 .49 7.0 2.8 8.7 .5 26 3.5 11 .3 .9 59 130 29 8 90 6.4 360
Oct. 21-31 ........ 15.8 13 .47 10 7.1 10 1.0 53 6.0 14 .4 1.6 89 145 54 10 131 6.8 250
Nov. 1-10......... 8.1 10 .29 18 6.8 10 1.2 69 8.5 14 .3 2.9 107 146 73 16 SO180 6.9 200
NOV. 11-20........ 6.4 13 .20 20 8.6 10 1.6 94 6.8 14 .4 3.9 124 149 86 8 203 7.1 130
Nov. 21-30........ 7.2 14 .09 22 10 12 1.7 109 8,6 15 .4 3.9 143 160 96 6 239 7.1 90
Dec. 1-14 ......... 17.6 12 .17 16 7.8 10 1.3 73 8.6 16 .3 1.7 109 151 72 12 182 6.8 130
Dec. 15-21........ 14.9 13 .17 14 7.1 9.0 .6 86 6.8 15 .2 2.1 100 125 64 10 170 6.7 120
Dec. 22-31........ 13.2 13 .23 16 8.3 10 .7 80 6.8 15 .2 1.2 112 135 74 8 187 7.0 120
Jan. 1-10, 1958... 18.6 18 .19 16 8.3 11 .9 82 7.0 16 .2 1.2 119 150 74 7 192 7.0 110
Jan. 11-20........ 45.8 16 .24 11 6.3 11 1.1 61 9.0 19 .2 .5 B9 130 54 12 159 6.7 120
Jan. 21-31 ........ 68.0 12 .25 9.6 4.0 9.0 .3 33 7.2 18 .2 .3 77 116 40 14 128 6.5 140
Feb. 1-10......... 87.4 11 .25 8.6 4.9 12 .3 33 7.2 20 .2 .2 81 119 42 14 "31 6.5 130
Feb. 11-19........ 69.4 11 .16 8.2 4.5 9.5 .2 31 6.0 20 .2 .4 75 118 39 14 127 6.5 110
Feb. 20-28........ 237 7.7 .27 7.6 3.6 8.6 .6 29 6.0 16 .2 .8 64 100 34 10 114 6.4 110
Mar. 1-10......... 998 5.9 .29 3.8 2.3 6.0 .6 16 4.0 12 .2 .2 43 92 19 6 74 6.0 160
Mar. 11-90........ 427 5.3 .38 4.6 2.1 6.5 .8 14 4.2 12 .2 .3 43 105 20 8 75 5.91220




Table 8, *-Chemtcal an#lyses and tomperAture ot urlace water--Continued
ical AnDl l in an-.+Jl/ ln oilt sile Hi anduietnce. oH. an ul. olor-Cont nued
Dissolved Hardness speaific'
soiuds as C11002 conduct.
Dat Moan as ,-o n. U- oo- o l o- ,- wt o- cal. us.Cao,, o- (mico--sJ ,
of dixs hl allies Iron lum alusodium alum bonst..Sultate ride ride Ctrate phve e au I at ,ne- carbon. a e
colleotton (a g (IO) (Fe) (Ca) (jig) (NA) M (HOs) (804) (CI) (F) (NO$) l(Po)lted 180' C ire ts at 25'C PHColor ('7)
(36) NNW RIVER NRAR IA48 BUTLER, PLA.--Continued
Mr. 21-31, 196B.. 301 0,3 0,40 G,0 2.4 7.5 0.0 20 4:05 14 0,2 0.0 S 105 28 8 1 5.2 100 Apr, 1-10..,,... I18 6,8 046 5.8 2,8 8,0 1 2 14 .2 a 53 1
1.r 100-20,,2,,,,,1
Apr# 11-209....... 482 5,7 ,33 6.8 2,8 6.0 o7 23 3,5 10 ,2 .1 47 05 24 6 83 S.S 170
Apr, 1-30,,,, 11 41 7.2 2.0 8.0 31 38 11 .8 61 113 s0 4 08 .4 880 MaFy 115 S 054 5.8 3.3 8.5 .4 28 3,8 10 .2 .3 58 121 -8 89 ,.4 200
MAY 11-200.00...... 28.6 10 o43 8.4 4.5 8.5 .3 SO 8.0 it1 ,S .0 8 117 40 8 112 3.0 280
May 21-31..,,,.... 3408 9,8 038 BIG 4.4 8.8 ,8 42 .0 11 .3 .0 72 117 42 8 18 3.0 310
JUne 1-10........ 226 BO8 .44 B.8 3.0 7,0 as 5.5 10 .2 .4 64 124 a8 8 106 3. 280
June 11-19..... oo 4.7 17 .34 14 6.9 11 1o0 70 0,0 12 .3 1.8 104 142 6 L6e .0 230
June 80-24,..... 10.7 13 .27 i8 9.0 1o 1,7 go as 13 .4 4.0 12 148 82 4 01 F04 120
June SS-July M0oo 86 7,3 .28 Goa 3.2 5.7 .7 18 6,8 0.2 .3 1.2 49 95 27 12 80 3.3 SSO July 11-10 ... 152 7.4 4. 2,4 01 7 .8 9.2 .3 1.3 48 117 22 9 71 .1 320
July 20-31 .......1 121 8.1 .42 4.4 2.7 6.1 to 18 5.5 0.0 .3 1.0 44 97 22 7 67 .2 250
Aug. 1-10.......o 696 8.9 .39 5,6 3.4 5.7 .0 23 3.8 10 .3 1.2 49 102 28 82 3.5 220
Aug. 11-20...,.... 301 ?.a .31 5.0 1.8 4.0 05 16 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 39 90 20 7 1 3.1 240
lAug. 21-31 ........ 123 6.5 .62 5.0 1.5 5.3 .5 10 2.5 B.0 .2 .7 40 113 20 8 02 .1 320
sept. 1-100 ...... 23,2 7.7 .52 8.2 3.3 6.3 09 30 4o2 10 .3 .9 57 120 34 10 8o .8 360
Sept. 11-0 ...... 10.0 0.0 ,45 Is 3.2 8,0 1.4 80 5.8 12 .3 2.0 84 132 53 1S 131 280
Sept. 21-30 ......o. 4.5 12 .30 18 0.7 8* '8 It? 78 7.2 112 .3 2.1 107 138 72 8 177 .,2 180
Time-weiggted '
average...,,,. 129 10 0.38 9.3 4.4 8,1 0.8 40 15.5 12 0.8 1.0 72 121 41 82 118 8O
Oct. 23 : 18.,.. 12. 0. 30 2 ,5 '. Feb. 6, lse ...... 7. 73 .238 .0 2.2: 5.6 ,0 11 66 98 .3 .7 -- 42 86 2 12 73 IS:0 200
may s ** .......... 969 3.6 .32 5.6 1.2 2.6 .1 1s 4.4 4.5 .2 1.2 31 78 19 0 49 .2 220
July 23o,.......... 245 3.9 .21 4.6 .9 2.0 ., 9 8.8 3.8 o3 1.8 25 71 15 8 41 .9150
Sept. 18.......... 1260 4.9 .28 5.0 ,8 2,9 .7 11 .8 5,5 .3 .7 27 64 14 6 43 .8 100
Nov 17 .......... 6 33 5.8 .10 6.8 8.9 5.2 6 4 1.8 8 .0 ,. 1.0 43 63 12 50 .0 350 64
J n. 1 1 9 6 0 . . 1 1 9 7 8 3 1 3 4 7 8 7 8 5 5 4 0 1 2 3 8 1 0 B I l1 i 5 2 7 1 3 7 0 1 2 0 a s
Ap. ............ 169 2. .0 .16 .8 .2 4.0 .4 12 .8 o 5. .2' .5 .4 28 73d 13 3 46 .4 120o
mayt 258 ........... 0 .6 9.3 .10 14 8.8 8.3 24 82 4.8 1"3 4 28 12 9 2 3 1 .
uly I, ....... 0 al 3.2 0, o0 4.4 .9 .0 .7 0 8 .3 1.3 z.1 21 7,6 14 10 s. o --91
ept. 2 ...... .. 10 1 .4 1.181 3.1171401 6 30 5 .0 2 4 60 16 B 49 681 280




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness 1peifi
solids as CaC0s conductMag- Po- ance TmDate Mean Cal- ne- tas- Bcear- Ohio- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perof discharge ileS Iron alum slum Sodium alum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magne- carbon- ahos ature
collection (of.) (80,) (Pe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (0os) (804) (Cl) () (NO.s) (P04) lated 180C alum ate at 25'C0 PH Color (7)
(6) BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
Nov. 26, 1957..... 1.9 1.4 11 4.3 6.1 0.7 40 8.0 10 0.3 1.0 0.2 5 140 45 13 104 6.6 500 58
Mar. 18, 1989 ..... 2.8 .13 1.6 .7 2.9 .0 0 2.8 4.8 .2 .1 -- 16 6 7 7 33 4.7 g0 55
Jan. 4, 1960...... 3.8 .13 3.2 .5 3.3 .1 4 .4 7.5 .2 -- 21 94 10 6 47 4.8 130 56
June ........... 3.0 .17 2.6 1.0 3.1 .2 3 .4 10 .1 .1 .0 2 69 10 8 38 4.9 340 76
(22) LAKE BUTLER AT LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
July 10, 1987 ..... -- 0.7 0.02 3.2 1.9 6.9 0.8 6 6.5 12 0.2 0.3 -- 35 72 16 11 72 5.6 45 94
Dec. 19 ........... -- 4.3 .05 2.4 1.8 7.8 .5 6 7.2 12 .1 .0 0.3 39 70 14 8 69 6.1 80 -Oct. 2, 1958...... 8 6.8 2.5 .00 3.0 1.1 6.7 -- 8 5.0 12 .2 .0 .0 33 -- 12 8 68 5.7 40 83
Mar. '20, 1989..... '8 98 1.4 .02 2.2 1.2 8.0 .1 2 3.3 8.8 .2 .1 -- .23 58 10 9 84 5.2 70 60
Jan. 4, 1960..... 8 ,.' 1.7 .01 2.4 .5 3.5 .5 7 1.6 6.0 .2 .0 -- 20 8 8 2 40 5.8 60 62
June R ........... .8 6.7.. 1.1 .09 2.4 .6 3.6 .4 6 7.0 .0 .0 .1 19 41 8 4 40 5.6 b 82
(56) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.
July 15-21, 1957.. 239 13 0.57 7.2 4.0 8.7 1.0 36 12 10 0.4 0.2 70 137 34 13 105 8.4 230 -July 22-Aug. 2.... 311 8.6 .43 8.8 3.5 7.2 1.0 22 10 8.8 .4 .3 57 115 29 11 89 6.3 230 -Aug. 11-20........ 620 8.9 .49 5.2 3.0 6.6 1.1 19 8.0 8.5 .3 .5 52 122 26 10 77 6.1 230
Aug. 21-31........ 404 9.2 .41 6.6 3.6 7.6 .8 25 7.5 10 .4 .4 89 121 32 11 98 6.3 230
Sept. 1-10........ 155 10 .37 7.6 3.9 8.8 1.0 28 12 12 .5 .3 70 122 35 12 108 6.4 230
Sept. 11-20..3.... 226 14 .40 8.2 3.2 8.9 .5 30 7.8 11 .4 .4 70 120 33 9 97 6.7 360 -Sept. 21-30....... 336 14 .46 7.2 2.9 10 1.1 30 6.8 11 .4 .2 69 131 30 6 100 6.6 320
Oct. 1-10......... 666 8.9 .48 6.0 3.0 7.8 .9 19 6.8 11 .4 .2 55 122 28 12 84 6.4 340
Oct. 11-20 ........ 289 12 .36 8.0 2.9 10 .8 28 12 10 .4 .2 71 124 32 9 104 6.6 130 -Oct. 21-31........ 99 8.8 .25 11 2.3 12 1.0 32 17 12 .3 .2 81 118 37 11 131 6.7 180 -Nov. 1-10......... 59 7.9 .17 12 6.6 13 1.2 64 23 11 .3 .4 107 114 87 4 144 6.8 110 -Nov. 11-20........ 06 7.3 .49 10 4.1 12 1.2 42 21 6.2 .3 .2 84 110 42 8 141 6.8 100
Noy. 21-30........ 84 8.8 .12 9.3 5.4 10 1.3 39 16 13 .1 .5 83 110 45 13 137 6.8 100 -Dec. 1-10......... 89 14 .14 11 5.7 11 1.2 48 14 13 .1 .2 95 121 51 12 146 6.8 110
Dec. 11-32........ 75 8.8 .12 10 5.1 9.8 1.0 39 13 14 .1 .4 82 102 46 14 133 7.0 110 -Dec. 23-29........ 88 8.5 .16 12 4.9 10 1.2 43 14 13 .1 .3 86 107 80 15 142 6.7 110 -Dec. 30-Jan. 10,
1958 ............ 84 10 .11 11 5.5 9.0 .8 44 12 14 .2 .3 85 117 50 14 147 7.0 94
Jan. 11-20........ 174 11 .11 9.6 5.0 9.0 .6 36 11 16 .2 .1 81 118 44 15 137 6.8 120 -Jan. 21-31........ 227 8.2 .18 7.6 4.3 9.0 .3 26 8.8 16 .2 .1 67 113 36 15 117 7.1 170 --




Table 8,.-Chem$aas analyses and e mperatures ft urtaces water--Con$$ad4
Cheminal analyse_ In rtas per mil$on seapt sn etga conductance, p, and color--Continue4 Disolved Hardness Spettl .
selids s cam0s lenduct.
Nag. Po I &orO.W Dats Mean Cal- no- tas- atoar* Chlo- iluo- N- Phos* Cal. Residue Calatum1 Non- (aro.
of dgachargs allies Iron gSum lum sodium lum abonate sulfate ride ride trate phate au- at magne- carbon- i ahes
collection Cot) (8 0) (F.) (C.) (Ms) (Na) (M ) (Nt ) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (04 lted 1806C s um ate jat 2'C pH Color ('
(60) BANTA F1 RIVXR AT WORTHINTON, FI.A,--Coatinued
Feb. 1-10 1988lea,, 194 8,0o 0,1 7,4 4,4 9,0 0,9 1 9,0 16 0,9 0.0 6 108 3 1 119e 6,7 140 Feb. 11-26.....,,, 217 7.8 .11 8.0 4.4 0.0 .1 a8 86. 17 ,S .0 87 109 38 1s 118 6.7 130
Feb, 1-8 8..,,,,, 400 8,09 .17 7.0 3.9 7,0 .3 8 6.5 18 .3 .0 so60 104 34 13 108 6,6 130 Mar. 3-10.....,... 1900 5.8 .17 4,2 1.7 D. .3 14 2,5 10 .s .2 37 87 la 6 7 6,2 180
Mar. 11-20,.,,,,,. 1400 7. 09 .90 6.0 1.4 8, .2 15 7.8 10 .1 47 100 99 10 79 0.4 160
Mar. 1-31s........ 1060 5.8 .18 4,8 12.7 7.0 ,s 14 8,0 11 .3 .1 47 08 S3 12 83 6.92 100
Apr. 1-10,,,,.... 489 O4.0 .0 6, $,8 8.0 .1 14 9,8 11 .2 .a 48 101 94 13 91 6,o 190
Apr. 11-0.,.,,,,. 1040 4.9 .91 4,4 1,3 0.0 .1 13 G. 10 .2 .2 40 92 20 10 74 6, 260
Apr, 21-30.......... 780 4.9 .9 4.8 ,7 6.0 .1 14 Do 20 .3 .2 42 103 Sa 12 76 6.3 260
May O1-10.....,.. 619 8.9 .33 5.1 9.9 8.5 .1 s18 6.8 9.0 .0 .4 49 111 25 10 80 6.8 300
May 11-80......... 07 18 .7 6.8 2,9 8,0 .0 93 9.8 10 .1 .3 62 111 29 11 94 6.8 930
May 1-31......... 194 11 .27 8.4 3,6 8,0 .1 26 0.0 10 .1 .4 62 112 31 10 O7 8.8 920
June 1-10..,,..,00 123 14 .94 6,8 4,0 0.0 31 9. 10 .3 .2 s9 119 34 8 110 6.9e 00
June 11-190.,,... 40 14 .18 10 4,1 10 .7 36 14 la ,. .4 84 194 42 12 131 6.9 140 June 20-30........ 965 8,0 .22 7,3 3, 6.1 .8 21 13 12 .4 1.0 63 99 31 13 93 8.8 180
July 1-10.....,,, 963 6.8 .24 4,4 2.4 4,8 .4 13 7.3 8.0 .3 .8 42 so 21 10 6S 6.2 260
July 11-20,....... 958 58,9 .32 4,0 2.1 4,8 .4 11 7.5 8,0 .3 .4 39 99 19 10 58 5.9 360
July 21-31..... 391 8.9 .37 4,4 29 6.1 .5 18 9. 8,5 .3 .06 50 104 23 10 70 6.2 280
Aug. 1-10......... 28 5 6.5 .30 5.2 2,09 6. .85 1 12 10 .3 .7 83 100 25 12 80 6.4 220
Aug. 11-.20..,,... 6 009 6.7 .28 4.4 2.3 8.2 .6 14 4.0 7,0 .3 .2 38 94 20 9 64 G,1 240
Aug. 21-31 ...... 472 6.5 .36 5.0 3.3 8.7 .8 14 8.2 7.8 .3 .1 41 103 22 10 69 0.1 260
Sept. 1-10........ 162 7.0 .28 6.2 2.8 7.1 .7 20 8.8 9.0 .3 .2 82 102 27 10 86 6.8 220
Sept. 11-20....... 79 8.2 ,2 7.2 2,9 7.9 .7 24 9.8 10 .3 .2 59 104 30 10 95 6.8 200
Sept. 21-30.. .... 3so 8.2 .19 8.2 3.3 9.2 ,09 30 14 10 .3 .4 70 102 34 10 111 7.1 160
Time weig ted I..... I, .__ 1 average. ..... 400 8.9 0.97 7.1 3.6 8.1 0.6 26 10 11 0.3 0.3 63 1 10 32 10 101 non




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness Npecific
I solids as CaCO conductDate mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Caloium, Non- (micro- perD a eM a a l a P o "i''a n n e T e r
of discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at magine- carbon- abhos I nature
collection (oat) (Bi0g) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC ) (604) (Cl) ( F) (NO) (PO4) lated l80'C siu ate at 250C) pH Color ('F)
(56) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.--Continued
Oct. 1-10, 1958... 28 7.2 0.16 9.8 3.8 8.8 0.9 37 13 10 0.3 0.3 -- 72 99 40 10 121 .2 120
Oct. 11-20 ........ 28 8,2 .13 11 4.3 8.8 .9 42 16 10 .3 .1 -- 81 99 45 10 134 .4 90
Oct. 21-31 ........ 40 9.3 .14 13 3.3 7.1 1.0 44 13 9.8 .3 .2 0.8 80 104 46 10 127 6.9 140
Nov. 1-7 .......... 83 8.6 .12 12 4.1 6.3 1.3 45 12 9.8 .4 ,4 .7 78 105 47 10 130 7.0 100
Nov. 8-19......... 223 8.8 .23 8.0 2.7 6.0 .9 23 8.8 10 .4 .2 .5 58 107 31 12 92 6.4 220
Nov. 20-30........ 57 7.8 .25 8,4 3.4 6.6 .9 31 9.6 10 .4 .2 .4 63 106 35 10 104 6.7 180
Dec. 1-10......... 118 9.0 .22 10 3.2 8.4 1.0 34 9.2 11 .4 .2 .5 68 106 38 10 109 6.7 150
Dec. 11-20........ 410 7.7 .23 6.0 2.4 5.6 .8 16 8.0 10 .4 .1 .3 49 102 25 12 83 6.3 200
Dec. 21-31........ 276 8.2 .23 6.4 2.4 6.4 .7 16 8.4 11 .4 .0 .1 52 102 26 13 86 6.4 180
Jan. 1-10, 1959... 1780 6.8 .25 4.8 1.9 4.8 .8 10 7.2 9.5 .4 .1 .3 42 94 20 12 69 6.9 210
Jan. 11-20........ 887 7.3 .25 4.4 2.2 6.3 .7 9 12 10 .4 .1 .2 47 95 20 12 72 5.9 210
Jan. 21-31........ 529 5.8 .20 5.8 3.5 6.8 .4 13 8.8 11 .2 .3 -- 49 93 29 18 82 6.2 200
Feb. 1-10......... 654 8.1 .23 7.0 2.3 6.4 .6 14 8.8 10 .2 .3 -- 48 92 27 16 83 6.2 260
Feb. 11-20........ 896 4.8 .23 6.4 1.5 5.9 .5 12 6.4 9.5 .2 .3 -- 42 94 22 12 72 6.1 260
Feb. 21-28........ 328 5.2 .28 6.4 2.9 6.8 .5 16 9.6 10 .2 .4 -- 50 98 28 15 88 6.4 260
Mar. 1-10......... 1990 4.1 .24 5.6 2.9 4.5 .4 8 5.6 8.0 .3 .3 -- 36 83 26 20 60 6.0 180
Mar. 11-20........ 3870 6.0 .14 3.6 1.3 3.9 .2 9 5.6 7.6 .1 .2 -- 33 67 14 7 64 5.9 150
Mar. 21-31........ 3980 3.2 .17 3.6 1.2 3.3 .1 7 5.6 7.8 .0. .2 -- 28 61 14 8 49 8.7 200
Apr. 1-10........ 1390 4,3 .24 3.8 1.6 4.1 .2 10 6.7 7.8 .1 .2 -- 34 74 16 8 57 6.0 200
Apr. 11-20........ 808 3.6 .30 4.2 1.6 4.9 .2 10 7.2 9.2 .1 .3 -- 36 76 17 9 63 6.0 260
Apr. 21-30........ 838 4.9 .29 3.6 2.1 4.0 .2 11 7.2 9.5 .1 .2 -- 37 75 18 8 58 6.2 200
May 1-10.......... 293 4.5 .30 4.6 1.9 5.0 .1 11 8.0 9.8 ,1 .2 -- 40 81 20 10 67 6.2 210
May 11-20......... 235 5.2 .28 4.8 2.2 5.0 .2 14 7.6 10 .1 .2 -- 42 80 21 10 71 6.4 210
May 21-31 ......... 4360 4.8 .32 4.0 1.6 3.0 .0 8 3.2 7.0 .2 .7 -- 29 59 16 10 44 6.1 220
June 1............ 2700 -- -- 18 7.5 -- -- 0 -- 62 ----- ---- -- 76 -- 204 3.6 280
June 2-10......... 2060 3.9 .22 3.2 1.7 3.3 .0 7 2.4 6.0 .2 .6 -- 25 67 15 10 44 6.0 280
June 11-20........ 1090 4.1 .22 3.6 1.2 3.6 .0 8 3.2 6.8 .2 .5 -- 27 69 14 8 49 6.0 280
June 21-25........ 690 4.5 .07 4,0 1.2 4.2 .6 11 4.0 6.5 .4 .3 -- 31 o68 15 6 50 6.2 60
June 26-285, 30 .... 452 4.9 -- 3.6 1.6 4.6 .5 11 5.0 6.5 .2 .3 -- 33 -- 16 6 52 6.3 60
July 1 ............ S08 6.1 -- 5.6 2.4 2.3 -- 18 4.8 6.2 -- .7 -- 37 -- 24 9 61 6.0 300




Table a1-Cheam4al analyses and temperaturan at murface wat1;--CPn9tnued
Ch i ll anal-Yums in prts m aio o at so oltte conductanc~l P ad 0 o. ora-Coninued Disolved Hardnas Spe8lth
MA. P solids as Cs o aonduct PRO men Mag" Po. once Tim
Data Mean Calg new tax- Sla. Chlo. Fluo- Niq Phos- Cal* Residue Calaium, Non. (miro. per"
of dahargao 31*, Iron tlum slum Sodium slum bonat Sultate ride ride trates phase u- at asn, carbon. las ature
collect on (ofe) (0) (06e) (CA) (ME) (N.) () (mco.) (1504) (CI) (F) No) 0) O e 10 .s at* At 8C) P Color (Vv)
(S6) SANTA PY RIVER AT WORTHINOTO, FLA.-Continued
July -4, 1959,.., 705 8,3 0,12 4,8 .3 4.3 0, 14 ,2 5,6 0,3 0.3 -- 35 68 17 6 2 .3 160 July 8-0....,.. 72 54 .11 4,8 1,2 4. ,S 13 4 0 6.2 .4 -- 34 74 17 6 51 6,3 o18
July 10-14,,...,,, 539 7,7 10 5.6 3.2 4.8 .6 30 4.8 7.0 .3 -- 44 75 27 10 63 o. 180
July 15-0.0,,,,.,,, 914 58 .14 4,0 1,9 4,0 .5 14 2.4 5.5 .a 1.1 85 1s 6 50 6.8 280
July 81-20,,,..... 64 7,7 .15 4.2 1,5 4.9 ,4 14 5.1 7.0 .2 .7 -- 39 92 IS 5 7 6.7 220
Aug. -1......... 307 7,0 .17 3,4 3.0 5.5 .6 18 5.6 7.5 .3 1.7 45 s 21 6 65 6.9 60
Aug, 11-0........ 413 1 0 0 ,2.6 5.5 .6 20 4.8 8,0 .3 -- 40 99 22 6 60 6,6 260
Aug, Sl,......., 28 11 6,4 1.0 6,4 .7 20 2.4 .0 .2 .0 46 84 20 4 4 6. 200
Aug, 2,.,, ....o. 237 6.0 S .6 2.4 5.4 .7 18 3,2 6,0 .2 .8 41 88 24 9 64 0.0 200
Aug. 23S,,,........ 20 10 7. 1,9 6.5 ,7 24 4,0 8.0 .2 .6 -- 51 106 3 6 75 6,1 220
Aug. 34s.............. 177 12 7.2 1,5 6.8 .7 25 5,3 7,0 .0 54 102 24 4 83 6.1 200
Aug. 35s,...,.... 160 68 .6 2.4 6.3 .7 19 4.4 8.0 .2 .9 45 96 24 8 70 .1 00
Aug. .,..,..,. 135 10 7.1 1.0 6,0. .7 16 3.2 - .7 - 9 23 7 70 6,32 50
AUg. 38..... ,,,, 128 7.3 6.4 2.4 6.0 .7 18 4.6 8.0 - -- 44 92 26 11 70 6.0 220
Aug. 129.......... 220 2 8.0 4.9 7.8 1.4 35 4.0 6.0 .-- 73 110 40 12 92 0.5 200
Aug. 30... ......,, 237 11 8,8 1.5 0.5 .Is 30 4.8 8.0 .2 .7 57 104 2B 4 84 0.3 150
Aug. 31S........... 265 8.1 9.6 1.0 4.5 1.0 1s 3.2 8,0 - 46 90 32 1Is 70 0.1 200
Sept. 1.,,. ....... 333 8.5 8.0 3.4 4.8 .8 21 4.8 8.0 2 48 0 34 17 70 6.1 300
Sept, ... ,, ..... 3 .1 64 2.0 4.8 .86 21 3.2 8.0 -.- 44 92 28 11 66 6.1 o00
Sept. 3 .......... 303 8.3 7.2 2.9 4.8 .8 20 4.4 7,0 .2 .6 -- 46 96 30 14 70 0.3 320
Sept. 4.......... 242 8.0 2.4 5.0 .8 24 3.6 8.0 .2 49 100 30 10 76 6.2 200
Sept. s........... 835 - 8.0 2.4 5.2 .8 21 2.4 7.0 -. -- 100 30 13 s9 6.1 800
Sept. 6.......,., 26 15 9.6 3.9 7.8 .8 30 4.0 8.0 -0-- 114 36 12 89 6.3 200
Sept. 7......... .. 316 13 7.2 3.9 5.9 .6 30 4,4 9.0 .--- S 106 34 10 77 6,4 220
Sept. 8 .... ....... 342 .1 7.2 1.9 5.0 .6 19 3.2 8.0 .1 .7 44 98 26 10 66 6.3 200
Sept. 9........... 348 0.5 7.2 1.9 5.4 .5 20 2.8 8.0 .-- 45 100 26 10 65 6.1 220
Sept. 10O.......... 333 5.4 .6 2.9 4.9 .7 14 2.8 7.0 .2 .7 -- 37 94 26 14 59 6.4 220
Sept. 11........... 329 1.9 7. 1.0 5.6 .1 20 2.0 1.0 -- 29 84 23 6 64 6.2 250
Sept. 12,......... 317 1.9 -- 5.6 2.4 6.1 .1 17 1.6 4.0 - 29 80 24 10 61 6.1 220
Sept. 13......... 341 2.8 8- .0 2.4 5.5 .1 18 6.4 -. . ..-- 102 30 17 93 6.0 220




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH. and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific
solids as CaCO3 conductMag- Po- ance TeMDate Mean Cal- ne- tam- Bicar- Chlo- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate nu- at ma&pe- carbon- abos I ature
collection (ofe) (Si0) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC 0a) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOS) (P0) lated 180'C .i.m ate at 25'C)J pH Color (OF)
(56) SANTE FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.--Continued
Sept. 14, 1959.... 410 3.5 -- 6.4 1.5 5.8 0.1 19 2.4 -- -- -- ...- 78 22 6 63 6.2 220
Sept. 15 .......... 623 -- -- 6.4 2.4 5.0 .1 20 -- -- -- -- ---- 76 26 10 63 6.1 220
Sept. is........... 1200 3.9 -- 4.0 3.4 4.0 .2 12 1.2 4.0-- -- -- 27 70 24 14 53 5.7 220
Sept. 17.......... 1940 4.6 -- 6.4 1.5 4.6 .2 15 2.8 1.0-- ----- 28 82 22 10 54 5.9 250
Sept. 18 .......... 2280 -- -- 4.0 1.9 -- -- 11 -- ..... -- -- -- 74 18 9 47 6.5 80
Sept. 19.......... 2250 3.9 -- 4.8 2.9 5.4 .2 18 2.0 2.0-- -- -- 30 80 24 9 56 6.0 250
Sept. 20 .......... 2170 4.5 -- 5.6 1.5 5.8 .1 20 3.6 4.0 .-- -- -- 35 84 20 4 56 6.0 250
Sept. 21.......... 2220 3.0 -- 4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 10 1.6 2.0 -- ----- 22 74 20 12 48 16.0 250
Sept. 22.......... .2340 -- -- 4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 12 -- -- ----- ---- 76 20 10 49 5.8 260
Sept. 23.......... 2060 3.2 -- 4.8 1.9 4.2 .1 12 1.6 2.0-- -- -- 24 80 20 10 49 5.6 250
Sept. 24.......... 1760 9.3 -- 6.4 2.9 6.1 .1 26 2.0 2.0 -- -- -- 42 104 28 6 61 6.7 250
Sept. 25 .......... 1480 2.5 -- 4.8 1.9 4.8 .1 16 2.0 -- -- -- --.- 96 20 7 56 5.9 240
Sept. 26 .......... 1230 4.0 -- 7.2 1.0 5.3 .1 16 2.8 2.Q -- -- -- 31 82 22 9 57 5.9 240
Sept. 27.......... 1050 4.3 -- 4.8 1.9 5.3 .1 14 2.8 5.0 ----- -- 31 82 20 8 53 6.4 260
Sept. 28 .......... 910 3.4 -- 4.8 2.9 5.3 .1 14 1.6 3.0 2.-- -- -- 8 106 24 12 58 6.1 260
Sept. 29.......... 7783 2.1 -- 3.2 2.4 5.0 .1 13 3.2 6.0 -- -- -- 28 80 18 8 56 5.8 280
Sept. 30.......... 672 2.0 -- 4.8 1.9 5.2 .1 11 3.2 -- -- -- ---- 78 20 11 54 5.7 280
Time-weighted
average. ...... 954 6.4 0.21 6.0 2.4 5.4 0.1 17 7.1 8.7 0.2 0.4 -- 45 88 25 11 75 -- 200
Oct. 1-10, 1959... 649 4.6 0.20 4.0 1.6 5.2 0.9 12 4.4 8.0 0.1 0.5 35 73 1S 6 60 6.2 140 -Oct. 11-16, 18-20. 1670 5.5 .23 4.4 1.0 4.4 .8 12 6.8 7.0 .0 .5 37 s8 15 5 5 6.1 160 -Oct. 17............ 3380 -- -- 4.0 1.5 3.2 .8 5 .8 .-- 62 16 12 37 5.5 140 75
Oct. 21-31........ 897 6.3 .25 4.0 2.1 0.0 .6 15 4.0 9.0 .1 .3 40 78 18 6 65 6.2 200 -Nov. 1-10......... 401 5.8 .22 4.0 1.9 5.3 .6 14 4.0 8.2 .3 .2 37 75 18 6 67 6.2 180 -Nov. 11-20........ 294 6.1 .19 4.0 2.4 5.4 .5 16 4.8 9.2 .2 .4 41 76 20 7 68 6.4 180 -Nov. 21-30........ 229 6.5 .21 5.0 2.8 5.6 .8 20 5.2 9.5 .3 .2 46 77 24 8 77 6.5 .60 -Dec. 1-4 ........... 177 6.2 .12 5.2 2.9 5.8 .5 21 6.8 10 .3 .1 48 80 25 8 77 7.0 160 -Dec. 5-17......... .158 9.3 .15 6.8 3.2 7.2 .8 31 6.4 9.5 .3 .2 59 83 30 4 94 6.8 140 -Dec. 18 ........... 152 21 .14 9.6 3.9 9.7 .8 50 -- 10 .3 .1 -- 108 40 0 110 7.1 140 60
Dec. 19-31........ 131 9.8 .19 7.6 3.4 7.0 .8 34 6.4 10 .3 .4 63 8 33 5 100 6.7 120 -Jan. 1-10, 1960... 170 8.6 .14 9.6 2.4 6.5 1.0 30 6.4 11 .3 .2 61 98 34 10 99 7.4 120 -Jan. 11-20........ 123 9.5 .14 10 3.2 7.2 .8 36 7.6 11 .3 .2 68 B99 38 8 110 7.3 120 -Jan. 21-31........ 105 11 .14 10 2.4 7.6 1.0 34 6.8 11 .2 .3 67 97 35 7 105 7.1 130 -Feb. 1-10......... 302 11 .19 8.8 3.4 7.6 1.1 30 7.2 12 .3 .5 7 93 36 12 106 7.4 120 --




Table 3,**Chvatcal analyses and twperaturoe o surface waters*-Coinued
Dissolvyed Hlardans Speathe
Mpg.solide aso CacON conduct. M -|--P---- ano* Tea*
Data mesa n. C- Bar- Chlo- Flue- Nt* Phas- C ol. -sidue Caatua, $n* (mar perot dischare ANtoa Irotnum asu sodium subonate Sultate ride ride trate ple l cu- I st magne- carbon- shab sture
oc(maon (oe) I(toI) (Ca) (Ni () (z),/ (0 )_ (C)( N)) 1 m ate atO SS'C)l p Color (*)
(56) BANT$ P9 RIVER AT WORTHING1N, FLA,--Contnued
Feb. I-0, 1900,, S$ G.s 0,20 7,2 3.9 7,2 0,9 23 6.0 12 0,3 0,4 S 86 34 15 94 7.S 150 Feb. 21.20t,..,,,11 605 6,s i16 6,6 2.3 1.1 1.0- 22 6.4 13 ,S IN 55 B2 SS 8 90 73 140 Mar. 1-17,,,.,,,, 863 11 :15 5,2 1, 5,9 to 14 6,4 11 .3 .5 60 75 19 8 Go IS, 140 Mars 18-39,,,,,,,, 5000 4,3 .03 3.2 i 3,7 ,6 9 3.0 5,5 ,2 4 26 53 12 4 43 3.8 120 Mar, 23-31,,,,.,,, 1700 3.2 .08 4.3 1,2 5.8 .4 11 4.8 6,5 ,S S 64 16 6 so 3.2 150
Apr. 1-0,,.... 1420 3,4 .13 4.4 10 5.1 ,S 11 5,6 7.0 .2 .4 33 77 15 6 60 5. 180
Apr. 11-20,,,,,,,, 505 2,B .14 5.8 ,6 6.4 ,s 11 88 7.5 ,2 IN 39 75 18 9 71 .00 180 Apr. 21-30,,...... 295 3.3 .16 6.2 1.1 0.8 .5 14 8,0 8,0 .2 .7 42 82 20 8 78 5.0 10
May 1-10,,,.,,.... 233 7.7 ,15 7.8 111 7o4 ,4 20 8,0 9.0 .2 .4 S2 85 24 8 87 8.4 160
may 11-30o......,, 131 5. .13 8, 1.3 8.4 ,4 22 9.2 9,0 .2 .3 54 78 27 9 95 .65 120
May 21-31, ........ 70 6.6 .12 9.8 1.6 8.3 7 25 12 9,0 ,2 .4 61 83 31 10 10 8.6 110
June 1-10........ 88 5,5 .11 8.8 3.2 7.9 .0 30 10 8.0 .3 .5 69 91 35 10 109 3.8 100
June 11-201...... 71 7.9 .09 12 2.5 8,3 ,2 35 13 8.0 .3 .3 69 97 40 12 123 8.9 60
June 21-30 ..... .. 459 4.4 .18 5.4 2.6 6.3 .0 18 3,6 5.5 .3 .3 36 82 24 9 72 8.5 180
July 1-10......... 246 7.0 .18 6.0 2.2 5.7 .2 27 4.0 7.0 .3 .7 46 63 24 2 76 7.0 200
July 11-20........ 1420 8.1 .34 3.6 1.7 4.8 .2 1 .4 3.8 .3 I6 31 78 16 3 51 6.4 210
July 21-31........ 1840 5.0 .23 4.4 1.7 3.7 .2 18 .8 5.0 .3 .3 31 124 18 3 57 6.6 200
Aug. 1-10......... 1900 5,3 .26 3.0 2.7 3.7 .2 15 4.0 4.2 .3 .6 32 74 15 2 49 8.4 210
Aux. 11-20,....,,, 1030 5.5 .25 4.2 1.6 4.4 .2 15 .8 4.5 .3 .4 30 74 17 4 5 6.5 210
Aug. 21-31........ 900 5.1 .24 4.2 1.6 4.4 .3 10 .4 4.8 .3 .3 27 73 17 9 S6 6.1 190
Sept. 1-10........ 888 4.9 .33 4.4 1.1 4.4 ,s 12 3.6 6.5 .3 .6 33 80 16 6 53 0.2 220
Sept. 11-20....... 1940 4.7 .34 3.8 1.3 460 .5 12 3.2 6.5 .2 .7 31 78 14 4 49 6.2 200
gapt. 21-30 ....... 918 6.2 .31 4.2 1.2 5.0 .6 14 4.4 4.5 .2 .6 34 86 16 4 56 6.4 220
Time-oweighted
average.$...... 735 6.7 0.191 6.1 2.0 6.0 0.6 20 5.7 8.2 0.2 0.4 46 82 23 1 6 77 60
(61) SWIFT CREEK NEAR PROVIDENCE, FIA.
Feb. 4, 1958...... -- 4.6 0.10 4.0 3.4 5.0 0. 9 3.5 13 0.3 0.1 0.2 40 110 24 16 70 5.9 250 -Mar. 18, 1959..... 8 7.0 3. .33 1.4 .9 2.5 .0 2 3.2 3.8 .2 .0 16 68 7 6 30 4.0 200 65
Jan. 4, 1900 ...... 8 11.7 8.7 .37 3.8 2.0 5.1 .4 10 1.2 11 .3 .1 0 38 85 20 12 .6 0.0180 i 60
June SS........... 6.1 .37 3.8 1.2 3.3 .0 8 .8 6.2 .2 .1 .9 27 64 14 8 4 5.8100I 78




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts par million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Diesolved Hardness Specit
Solids as CacO3 conductMag- Po- Ance TemData Mean Cal ne- tas- Bicar- Chi lueo- Ni- PhoB- Cal- Residae Calaium, Non- (micro- perof discharge Silica Iron cium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate pate cu- J. at magne- carbon- hos sture collection (cfs) (50) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC0o) (So04) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180CC sium ate at 25C pH Color (F)
(40) OLUSTEE CREEK NEAR PROVIDENCE, FLA.
Oct. 2, 1957...... 456 3.7 0.52 2.6 1.2 2.7 0.3 6 1.0 11 0.2 0.3 -- 27 78 12 6 41 5.4 280
Nov. 20........... 3.7 8.0 .30 4.8 3.3 4.6 .5 20 2.0 8.0 .3 .1 42 94 26 9 71 6.1 180 65
Jan. 17, 1958... 92 11 .36 3.8 2.9 56.7 .4 12 2.2 11 .3 .0 44 94 22 12 71 5.8 180 50
Mar. 18........... 314 3.6 .44 2.4 1.8 4.7 .4 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 -- 29 84 14 8 52 6,5 240 58
May 8............. 36 3.5 .75 2.8 2.1 4.7 .4 7 4.0 8.0 .3 .0 -- so30 107 16 10 53 5.3 A40 67
July 11 ........... 234 4.2 .60 2.0 1.9 3.4 ,5 4 3.8 7.8 .2 .0 27 105 14 11 45 5.1 420 80
Sept. 2........... 48 8.8 .52 3.6 .7 2.8 .4 5 1.5 5.5 .4 .8 0.37 28 108 12 6 45 5.1 400
Oct. 27....... ..... .6 6.9 .27 4.0 1.6 3.4 .6 16 1.0 7.0 .3 .4 .80 33 64 16 4 54 6.6 120 63
Feb. 10, 1959.... 111 8.6 .28 3.4 2.1 5.4 .0 4 3.6 10 .4 .4 -- 36 103 17 14 63 6.0 240
Mar. 18 ........... 3020 3.4 .18 1.8 .6 2.4 .0 2 .4 3.5 .2 .8 -- 16 49 7 6 29 5.1 180 55
July 27........... 113 3.5 .51 2.6 1.0 3.0 .4 7 .8 5.5 .4 1.8 23 80 10 5 41 5.2 240 -Sept. 18 .......... 552 3.7 .25 2.2 1.1 2.0 .3 10 1.2 6.5 .2 .4 22 64 10 2 36 5.1 200
Nov. 16 ........... 59 1.2 .20 2.0 1.5 3.5 .0 5 .0 8.0 .2 .2 19 82 11 7 43 5.1 350 64
Jan. 19, 1960..... 21 5.1 .23 5.6 1.7 4.6 .0 17 2.0 8.8 .3 .5 .5 37 102 21 7 60 6.6 150 s55
Apr. 7............ 217 1.5 .25 3.6 .2 3.7 .0 10 .8 7.2 .2 .6 -- 23 73 10 2 38 5.8 180 64
'.0
May 26 ............ 3.4 4.2 .10 4.4 1.6 3,6 .7 10 .8 6.5 .3 1.8 .5 29 70 18i 10 49 5.8 200
July 19........... 323 3.8 2.6, 1.1 2.4 .7 12 .8 8.5 .4 1 3 22 87 11 10 38 4.9 300
Sept. 23 ......... 60 7.7 .20 2.8 1.3 2.9 .3 6 .8 8.2 .3 .1 .3 27 63 12 8 39 5.3 280 76
(55) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.
Sept. 19, 1957... 487 5.0 0.07 40 7.5 7.3 0.6 101 42 14 0.4 0.3 167 199 133 48 22 7.5 120 78
Oct. 21........... 629 9.9 .07 49 6.9 8.5 .8 117 50 14 .3 .6 198 236 151 55 331 7.1 130
Dec. 4............ 359 13 .02 2 9.4 10 .2 158 69 15 .2 .2 257 241 193 64 423 7.5 22 68
Jan. 27, 1958..... 424 11 .06 40 1.3 8.0 .2 100 44 15 .2 .2 169 231 130 48 295 7.1 90 59
Feb. 4............ 78 12 .05 41 7.2 9.0 .9 95 49 16 .3 .0 183 212 132 54 291 7.5 80 59
Mar. 26 ........... 1560 4.9 .26 12 3.6 6.7 .9 31 12 10 .4 .3 6 105 45 20 120 6.3 220 60
May 19............ 829 11 .08 49 7.7 8.1 .9 130 45 12 .3 .4 198 230 154 66 339 7.1 90 72
July 14........... 1310 6.1 .14 15 3.5 4.6 .6 38 12 7.5 .4 .1 0.21 69 119 52 21 113 6.8 280 78
Sept. 8........... 610 11 .08 51 7.8 6.6 .7 129 48 12 .2 .4 .21 202 251 159 54 338 7.3 100 75
Nov. 3............ 283 13 .02 66 10 7.9 1.0 166 65 14 .3 .4 .31 260 299 206 70 432 7.7 20 69




Table 3.--Ch este sastyses nd aporalures of surface veterm-Coutiaued
Cheat&Ilasate a 2jp rts pe, at inn esceot appe fto No#- Po-P ~selids os Cocoa anoISOuctmo Date Mean Cal, aso tase Disare Chlow lue- I *Phos. Cal- esidue Calatube man- (atero. per* of discharg $1ca Iro lux sue Bodum stu bonte Sultate ride ride trate phaseo at magne- carbon" aas osture oaleotto l (ts) (stog) (Fe) (Ca) (No) (Na) () (HCo) (104) (CI) (P) (o (P0 ) lated 180*C she I te at St'C) pH Color (*F)
(5S) SANTA F2 RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRING, FlYA.--Continued
Jan., e, 1 ...... 874 t0 0,18 24 4.9 6,7 0,8 5S 24 12 0,4 0.3 -- 109 148 80 36 i7 3.8 170 SA
Feb. S9,,,,,,,,,,, 990 8.7 .12 3 3.9 7,9 O 71 34 12 .3 .6 --15 180 9 38 230 S 150 Apr* SO,... ..... .. 1690 8.9 .08 42 4,6 6.5 .0 107 as 10 .3 1.0 -- 18 03 124 38 274 7.5 00
June 15.0....... so 900 7,2 .24 20 3.4 4.7 .0 6S 20 7.5 .4 1.0 102 149 79 as 177 7.3 180
Aug. 14,,,,,.,, 110 11 ,06 47 5,S 6.2 7 127 36 10 ,S .0 180 180 140 36 209 7.3 5S 76
Oct. 14....... 1410 10 .12 33 4,3 5.8 .5 90 21 9.0 .4 .4 129 165 00 2 227 7.2 110
Oet, 16-20s....,,. 2190 5.9 .17 9.2 1,7 3.5 .7 28 4,8 7,0 .3 .8 48 8s 30 7 as 3.6 200
Oat. 21-25........ 2420 7.0 .21 17 3.0 4.7 ,3 49 12 8.0 .4 .2 77 19 5 15 133 7.1 10
Oct. 36-8........ 1870 11 .18 88 4.4 8.6 .4 82 20 9.0 .4 .1 120 160 8 21 1e 7.7 190
ot. SS-Nov. 3.... 1630 18 .12 42 3.6 7.1 .4 109 30 11 .3 .8 161 190 120 30 270 7.3 110
Nov. 4-18......... 1830 14 o10 49 3.0 6.6 .4 121 3S 10 .3 .8 179 203 135 36 296 7.8 80
Nov. 19-30........ 1000 14 .06 49 8.9 7.3 .4 140 41 11 .2 .7 202 224 189 44 331 1.5 60
Dec. 1-10......... 883 18 .03 53 9.0 8.0 .4 153 43 11 .4 .1 218 232 169 44 856 7.6 40
Des 11-18........ 822 17 .03 53 9.0 4.6 .4 154 44 12 .3 .1 220 240 19 43 360 5.0 40
Ust Dec. 21-31........ 786 17 .03 54 9.6 7.8 .7 144 43 12 .3 .0 219 252 174 43 363 3.3 35
Ja. 1-10, 1960... 738 15 .03 S2 9.4 8.0 ,8 148 40 12 .3 .0 211 248 168 46 359 3.2 30
Jan. 11-20........ 696 20 .03 54 9.1 8.7 .7 152 42 12 .3 .0 222 258 17 48 371 .,0 34
Jan. 21-31.o...... 842 13 .02 58 9.1 6.9 .6 16 48 12 .3 .1 -- 223 26 182 54 380 3.1 27
Feb. 1-7...,...... 703 14 .05 45 7.7 7.2 .9 124 39 12 .3 .1 187 210 144 42 312 7.8 45
Feb. 8-14......... 887 10 .09 32 5.1 5.4 ,7 84 2B 12 .3 135 16 101 32 230 7.3" S
Feb. 15-28........ 806 16 .08 45 6.7 7.9 1.0 124 40 13 .3 .6 191 207 140 38 313 F.6 65
Feb. 24-29, liar.
1-8 ............. 1320 7.5 .13 15 2.3 5.6 1.0 41 10 9.5 .3 .6 72 103 47 14 121 8.8 140
Mar. 7-17 ......... 1390 14 .12 32 5.1 6.5 .9 86 29 10 .3 .5 140 170 101 so 231 7.4 95
Mar.. 18 ........... 1740 8.8 .10 22 5.6 5.8 .9 66 6.0 10 .4 .3 93 120 78 24 le 1.1 100 -Mar. 19-27 ........ 4350 3.9 .13 6.0 1.0 3.3 .9 16 5.2 3.0 .2 .4 32 02 19 8 57 3.4 150
ar. 28-Apr. 10... 2600 7.3 .21 21 4.7 5.4 .9 s0 18 7.5 .3 .5 96 120 72 23 155 7.1 140
Apr. 11-20........ 1810 10 .11 38 8.1 6.5 .9 104 30 10 .3 .8 153 174 16 h 254 .8 85
Apr. 21-30........ 1370 13 .08 48 0.8 6.8 .7 134 40 11 .3 .9 194 209 148 38 318 3.1 s o
May 1-10 .......... 1180 13 .05 34 3.8 7.6 .6 136 41 11 ,2 .8 199 219 150 38 327 r.7 48 --




Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued
Dissolved Hardness pecifit
solid as CaC03 conduct.
Date mean Cal- ne- tas- Bicar- Chlo- Pho- Ni- Phos- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perMeg P-" aotin Ternof discharge Silica Iron cium sLum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at mape- carbon- ehos ature collection (f) (Si0) (e) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC) (4) (Cl) (F) (N0) (p04) lated 180C sium ate t 25C) pH Color ('F)
(55) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.--Continued
May 11-20, 1960... 988 17 0.03 57 6.3 8.6 0.7 152 45 12 0.1 1.1 -- 223 243 168 44 369 .7 40 -May 21-25......... 882 18 .03 61 5.8 8.4 .7 158 48 12 .0 .9 -- 233 254 176 46 381 .6 30 -June 19........... 696 17 .04 61 9.7 8.8 .6 168 9.6 11 .2 1.3 -- 202 262 192 54 400 .9 5 -June 20-30........ 877 15 .08 39 5.5 8.5 .6 108 28 10 .2 .7 -- 161 192 120 32 270 .6 90 -July 1-10......... 853 17 .08 50 5.1 7.8 .0 132 39 10 .3 .7 -- 195 224 146 38 318 .8 70 -July 11-20........ 1280 9.3 .19 17 2.1 5.0 .0 46 8.0 6.0 .3 .3 -- 71 118 51 14 122 0 160 -July 21-31........ 2030 8.3 .27 14 2.7 5.3 .0 40 6.4 5.5 .4 .1 -- 63 110 46 13 109 .8 200 -Aug. 1-10.......... 2270 12 .25 18 1.9 5.6 .4 52 12 8.0 .3 .2 -- 85 119 53 10 124 .1220 -Aug. 11-14........ 2350 15 .58 21 2.1 5.4 .4 55 13 7.0 .3 .1 -- 92 123 61 16 139 .3 180 -Aug. 15-20........ 1880 18 .21 33 4.3 7.6 .4 92 25 9.0 .3 .4 -- 143 172 100 24 224 .9 160 -Aug. 21........... 1620 -- -- 42 2.2 8.7 .6 100 29 13 -- -- -- -- -- 114 32 245 .0 -Aug. 22-31........ .1670 12 .22 24 2.9 5.0 .4 63 18 8.0 .3 .3 -- 102 136 72 20 163 .7 180 -Sept. 1-4......... 1790 9.2 .16 30 4.4 5.6 .7 74 18 10 .3 .6 --118 136 93 32 192 7.1 130 -Sept, 5-11........ 1670 13 .13 35 3.8 6.5 .7 93 25 10 .3 .9 -- 141 159 103 27 231 .1 150 -1 Sept. 12-19....... 2180 8.9 .20 13 2.3 4.4 .6 37 7.2 8.0 .3 .5 -- 63 88 42 12 98 1.7 10 -Sept. 21-25....... 1850 12 .15 36 3.9 5.7 .8 94 28 10 .3 .4 -- 143 105 106 29 232 7.2 60
Sept. 26-30....... 1560 6.8 .18 13 2.1 3.9 .6 36 6.8 8.0 .3 .4 -- 60 8 41 12 95 8.7 160 -Time-weig'hted 1446.. '
averae....... 1444 13 0.12 37 5.1 6.5 0.8 100 28 9.7 0.3 0.5 -- -- 178 114 32 247 --,100 -E Estimated discharge I Result of discharge nesurae~ment 8 Staep in feet
1 Time .veigh ted average for the year ending September 30.
2 Timo-veWighte4 average for period July 1957 to September 19568




Tibia 3, Rcord o Welles
Wett numbers See ex1t for explaneton of well-numbering system. Elevation of measuring point deserminad by; A, 4ltimaoer; EL, engineers' Locattopi See figure 51 level; T, topographic map, Aqutters U, vewater-tsable aquifer (coepriess the Pletistocene and Regent Water tevell A, reported otherwise measured,
deposits, Older Pleistocene terrace deposits, Unnamed coerce cleetics, Uses 0, domestic Dr, drainage; F, fire; Id, industrial It, irrigation;
Chootewhatchee and Hawthorn pormations); $A, secondary artestan aqutfer N, none; 0, observation OT, oltt testI P, public supply; BR, railroadl
(omprises the Choctvhatchas and Hawtvhorn Formatons); F, Floridan S, stock,
equifter (comprises the Hawthorn Formaution, Suwannee ,Liastone, Ocals Remarks; A, auger hole COR, cuttings on file wtth Corps of Engineers;
Oroup, Avon Park Limstone, and Lake City Limestone), CF, cuttings on file with Florida Geoological Survey Dos, destroyed
Measuring points L, land surface; TS, top of bushing; TC, top of casing; 8, electric tog avaisLable; 0, geme ray log available; XQ, rock quarry;
TCb, top of concrete curbing; TOO, top of coupling; TOCr, top of cross; 8, sinkhole; Wf, wall filled in; WP, well plugged Al-I (Alachua-1), TD, top of discharge pipe; TDC, top of drain cover; T9, top of elbow; 8-1 (Bradford-l); C-l (Clay-L), numbers for wells published in WaterTP, top of flange; TFIa, top of faucetl TPI top of pluS; TPS, cop of pump Supply Paper 773-C; Clay-5 (Clay-5)s numbers for wells published in the base; TPS, top of pitcher pump spout; TSR, top of steel rod; TT, top of water-level report series of the U.S. Geological Survey,
tee; TV, top of velvet
Csin Heasuring point Water level .
Well j-.8 Ie eak
number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks
Alachua County
927-203-1 SEkSEk sec, 12, W. A, Shands ............... 73 ..... 6 F L 0.0 57 A 40.11 8- 6-56 72 Zr
T, 12 S., R. 22 E.
929-204-1 SEksWk sec.36, J, G. Brown R. L. Williams 95 6 F TC -2 80 A 24.08 2- 8-56 ---- Dr B
T. 11 S., R. 22 E, 20.59 12-16-58
929-206-1 *kSW sec. 27, ............... C-------- orps of 10 --- 6 F ------ 65.58 L ........ ............ ---------N CE
T. 11 S., R. 22 E, Engineers
929-209-1 SWh6E sec. 36, Ben Wheeler Acme Drilling 161 ..... 4 F TC 1.15 65.45 EL 8.87 6- 3-58 *-- D
T. 11 S., R. 21 E. Co. 8.63 12-16-58
929-213-1 HWkNHW seea, 33, J. E. Thrasher -- ----- --- 7 54 2 F TC 2.1 63.87 EL 9.74 4-11-58 69.7 D
T. 11 S., R. 21 E.
929-214-1 NHkSWk sec. 31, W. Z. Gill Gainesville 157 41 4 r TC .5 146.69 EL 92.22 10-23-58 70.2 D
T. 11 8., R. 21 E, Equipment Co.
930-205-1 NWkNEH see. 34, John W. Thomas ---- do ...... 150 --- 4 F TC .5 74 A 15.73 10-14-5, 4 D
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.
930-206-1 SEkSWk sac. '22, L. E. Richardson ............... -------- 80 3 F TC .5 60 T ................-------------- D
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.
930-206-2 NWkSWhk sea. 27, Ted Polk Cherry Wallace 66 60 2 F TC 1.0 55 T +2.41 10-14-59 --- D
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.




Table 3. --Continued
cas ng Measurin point Water level
a4 0
n er Location Owner Drillar 3a$ |I Use Remarks number Location Oer Driller W4 06 a I V 1 o % a a s
930-206-3 NEkSWk sec. 27, C. H. White C. H. White 55 48 1k F TC 1.0 65 T 4.41 10-14-59 ---- D
T. 11 S., R. 22 E.
930-214-1 SAEk sec. 19, Franklin Lumber R. L. Williams 45 2 SA TC .75 --------.......... 12.25 6- 2-58 ---- D,S
T. 11 S., R. 21 E. and Basket Co.
930-214-2 SWkSEk sec. 19, ....... ----- do----- ...................... ----------83 4 7 TC .6 .......... 15.92 7- 8-58 -- N
' T. 11 S., R. 21 E.
930-216-1 WkSWk see. 25, Mrs. Jean Clark Acme Drilling 67 55 4 F TC .2 98.45 EL 31.8 4- 7-58 ..---.. P CF
11 8., R. 20 E. Co.
930-216-2 SEkNEk sec. 26 Franklin Lumber J. J. Here 145 ---- .... F TPi 1.6 101.03 EL 43.87 7- 2-58 71 Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. and Basket Co.
930-216-3 SBkNEk sac. 26, ----....... do---------------------- 65 ----- --- SA ....---- ....... -------.......... ........ ............ Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.
930-216-4 SEkNEk sec. 26, ------- do ...-- ----------............... 20 ---- 132 W L .0 102.55 6.27 7- 2458 ---- Id
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.
930-216-5 NEkSWk sac. 26, Mrs. J. R. Barr and Watkins 8 97 6 F TOC .0 124 T 69.2 4-22-34 .... N A-17, Wf
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Whiting
930-217-1 SWkNWk sec. 26, J. 1E. Thrasher Dibble and 150 4 F -........... ---- 96.46 EL ........--- --............ ---- H CF, WE
T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Ernest
930-217-2 NWksW sec. 26, Town of C. B. Hunter 75 4 F TC 2 116 T 62.0 ........ P1 Al-18
T. 11 8., R. 20 E. Micanopy
931-206-1 SEkSEk seea. 16, F. X. Brenneis Acme Drilling 55 31 3 F L .0 70.26 EL 0 R 2-20-48 -- D CF
T. 11 S., R. 22 E. Co.
931-210-1 SWkNE; eec. 23, Corps of Corps of 5 6 F ........... -----78.02 EL ---........-------- --.... N CF, WE
T. 11 8., R. 21 E. Engineers Engineers
931-218-1 SEkSEk sec. 16, Univ. uf Florida J. J. Hare 120 81 4 F TC .0 96 A 30.98 5- 7-59 72 F
T. 11 '., R. 20 E. Camp Wauberg
931-218-2 NWkNWk sec. 21, J. J. Hare ----....... do----- 85 31 4 F TC 1.0 109 A 51.52 5- 7-59 72 N
T. 11 S., R. 20 E.




Casino H4aring wp.n W4ar level I, 6
Wall 41~ 4# niuaber Local Ion Owner Driller Use Rmarks 6
931.219.1 Land grant, Jases Warrington J, J. Hlare ...... F() .... ....... .......... ........ ........ .... ...
T. 11 S,, R. 20 1,
931.231-1 NZkS9k sac. 17, Haddox Foundry J. 0, Edson 155 155 6 F TPB .5 81 T 30 R ............ F, Id AI-7
T. 11 S, R. 18 E, and Machine Co. 931-231-2 Nk6ZI sec. 17, ....... do ...... Stevena-Southe 220 * F *.... ....... .................. ........ 73.5 P., Id
T. 11 8,, R. 18 2, Co. 932.205-1 HkSWk sec. 10, Ira Brehm Sam Jordan 56 .. 3 SA TC ....... 85 T 18 R 10- -52 .... D
T. 11 S., R. 22 Z.
932-215-1 Land grant, T. A. Jensen J. J. Hlare 110 80 4 F IC .0 94 A 19.47 5- 8-59 72 D T. 11 S., R. 20 E.
932-222-1 WkfSWk sec 12, Hull's Dairy ------.......- do *---- 85 51 4 F TC 1.0 83 A 27.31 5- 7-59 72 8
t T. 11 .. R. 19 .
932-231-1 NWkNWk aec. 16, Brice Wood Acme Drilling 150 6 F IC 1.0 86.90 EL 40.07 9-20-58 74.5 Id T. 11 S., R. 18 E. Preserving Plant Co. 933-206-1 NEkNEk sec. 9, George Stanley Bemus 97 4 F TC 1.0 90 T 19 R 1952 .... D T. 11 S., R. 22 3.
933-212-1 NkNWk sec. 9, Frank Adams Frank Adams 32 2 W TC 2 80 T 10 R 1950 .... D T. 11 S., R. 21 Z.
933-219-1 SWkSzk see. 5, Camp Ranch Inc. J. J. Hlare 101 63 4 F TC 1.0 89 A 31.76 5- 7-59 72 D T. 11 S., R. 20 E.
933-223-1 SW Wk sec. 11, Wacahoolta Church -----------...............-- 22 2 TC 1.0 ........... 9.08 5- 7-59 .... F
T. 11 S., R. 19 E.
933-232-1 NEkSWk see. 5, C. T. Farley Acme Drilling ..... ---- 4 F(? .... ....... 83.68 EL ....... ------- ---- D, S CF
T. 11 S., R. 18 E. Co. 933-236-1 SEkSWk sec. 33, Brown ............... 19 -- l W T7 3 ---------- 14.46 7-15-58 72 D
T. 10 S., R. 17 E.
934-211-1 Land grant, sec 34, Owen -Illinois ............... 23 -- W TC 2.0 100 T 4.53 10-15-59 .... D
T. 10 S., R. 21 .




Casing Measuring point Water level
well a ~ a .au asda
935-204-1 Sks- sec. 25, G.C. McClellan -.3 3 SA.TC.05 1 21.05 8- 2-56 --a
number Location Owner Driller X AS a go z ao Us Remark
T. 10 R. 22 E.
935-204-2 N kEk sec. 26, Florida Forest E. R. Benedict 126 --- 2 F -- *-- 6.6E -------- -- D C
T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Service
935-204-3 WNk sea. 26, C. E. Titus C. B. Pitzer 82 5 5 2 S C 1. 5 16 R 5- -56 7 T. 10 S. R. 22 E.
935-204-4 S~khNA sec. 26, R. E. Gregory ..--...*do-....-. 82 SS 2 S C 3 16 R 6- -58 -T. 10 S., R. 22 E.
935-205-1 Whl~k sec. 35, City Products --.....-...-.-. 86 10 6 F T .0 11A 60.15 4-16-58 --- N Al-16
T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Corp.
935-205-2 NANEk sea. 27, City of -.............- 335 ..... -- -- **** 1 13 EL ...**...-.*...*....... C
T. 10 S., R. 22 E Hauthorne
935-206-1 .SWkI~h1 s.ec'. 27,E Lonnie Hasrris Lewis Ivey 90 80 AT 3 7.5 R, 3- -56 -935-207-1 N kS~k sea. 29, Joe Lovell ...-...do ....... 92 84 2 S TC 10 25T 18 R 8- *S- --8
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.
935-208-1 N W k saec. 31, Kelley J.R. Williams 88 30 ----.F...--.------- 65 T --------0 --5-- 3 P
T. 10 S., R. 22 E.
935-208-2 S -d. sec. 2o G C. gdo.------------------ 88 30 2 SA C 1.0- 1351 16- 6--------- 7
T. 1OS., R. 22 E.
935-208-3 ..-.---do--....-- ..- ..---do--..... .- .-- ..do ..-... 108 30 -..F.--.--..65 T..--- -- -- 7 P
935-208-4 .kN sedo.---- ****Cit Pdo ------------d------ 52 30 F -------- -------- P
T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Corp.c
935-208-5 Nk sec. 27, Ci. do 3.. ------------ 8 5 F ---- ------ 15 T E -------- -------- 72 P
Lii 1. 10 S., R. 22 3.Haton
935-208-6 S--- sec. 27, n.i. rdor -------Lw do --- 55 32 A C 1 135 T 7. K 3--- ---- D
I 10 S.,KR. 22 E.
935-207-1 NANAW sea, 29, Joey Lodull d-- ---------- 9 8 25 SA r C 1.0 121 A 01K 4-1-58--------l0 1
T. 105,., R. 228E.Cop
935-208-7 NEkN sec. 3, do-y .............. 3do--- ----- do------- 72 22 4-------- 7 7-25-58 7. P
T. 10OB.,R. 22 E.
935-208-2 d----------------do------------d---------88 30 ---- F----------------651----------------------73 P
T. 10 S.. R. 2t R. JTnkins Equament Co. 22.13 6-23-60 935-208-3 d------- -------------d-------------d----------108 30 .... F-----------------65--------------- -73 P
935-208-4---d---------------- do ------ ------- d-----------5 30- F-----------------651----------------------73 P
935-206-5 -....d---------------- do ------ ------- do-------- ------- ---F----------------65 T---------------------73 P
935-208-6---do---------------- do-------------- do---------55 32 4 F----------------651---------------------------P
935-208-7 d------ ------- d------- ...------- do------- 72 22 4 F IC 5.97 62 T 4.17 7-25-58 71.4 P
935-209-1 SEANE sec. 25, Mrs. Beulah Gainesville 69 --- 4 F IC .5 103 A 21.0 10-13-59 ---- D
T. 10 S., R. 21 3. Jenkins Equipment Co. 22,13 6-23-60




Calng meeasuring i t Pate Iss
Well ~jU *~
number Lacestlon Owner Drill - a Remarks
935,209-2 WNWk sec. 25, R, C0. Brown Ralph Mathews 78 77 2 F TO 0.5 99 T 21 R 9 1S59 .*.. P T, 10 8,, R, 21 E,
935-211.1 WkNVk sea, 27, Oven-Illinois *.****** 117 4 F TS 1.0 116 A 37.17 5* 8.59 72 1 T, 10 ,, R., 21 01Cas Co. 39.46 6-23-60 935-213-1 WNWkw so. 28, Atlantic Coast. ............... 395 .* 6 F TC .5 80.7 IL 14 4-22-34 ....- N D, AI-15
T. 10 S., A. 21 1. line Ri
935-213-2 SWkNZk sec, 29, H, J. Hogan J. J. Hare 96 4 F TO 1.0 80 A 13.47 5- 8-59 72 D T. 10 8., R. 21 3,
935-220-1 McIntosh Grant, V. W. Buchhols Gaineville 124 43 4 F TC .0 72.22 EL 18.57 4-2458 .... P
T. 10 S., R. 20 Z. Equipment Co.
935-220-2 ....... do ....... Hum ....... do ....... 96 83 4 L .0 80.12 EL 28 R 1955 .... D
U'
01 935-220-3 ....... do------- 68. M. Wall ....... do------- 346 210 F ........ ........ ........ ....
935-221-1 0. W. James Orant, D. 0, Spinks .......*- do* 140 65 4 F TO .4 117.16 EL 55.75 5- 7-55 ---- D
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.
935-225-1 W8Zk sec. 29, H. L, Brover 3. J. Hare 80 61 4 TO 1.0 94 A 40.69 5- 8-59 72 8 T. 10 S., R. 19 E.
935-233-1 NWksWk sec. 25, U.8. Geological U.S. Geological 7 5 1 ** TC .0 50.02 EL 4.94 2-10-58 57 0
T. 10 8. R. 17 E. Survey Survey
936-207-1 NkWk see. 29, Ray Waits Caineeville 105 75 4 1 TC 1.0 109 A 32.73 9-25-59 --- D T. 10 S., R. 22 S. Equipment Co. 33.76 6-23-60 936-212-1 81FAS see. 21, Marie Grlaby --------------- 50 42 2 V TC .5 *....... 20.82 10-13-59 .... D
T. 10 S., R. 21.E.
936-220-1 0, W, James Grant, R..N. Howe J. Hare 92 .* 4 F TC 1.2 67.95 EL 14.98 4- 7-58 ---- N OF
T. 10 8., R. 20 E.
936-220-2 ....... do .....------.. ....... -- do .....------........ ----- do ...... 208 258 6 TS 1.1 68.48 SL 16.38 4- 4-58 ---- Ir CF
936-220-3 ------ do------- Frank Tabor .......-------do------ 90 4 F TS .55 75.77 EL 21.25 4- 4-58 74 F




Casing Measurint point Water level
number Location Owner Driller Us M Remarks .s m $c *_ u s .
______4 __ __ 31 10 I96 ~ !_
936-223-1 NWkNEk see. 22, R. Vogh Libby and 75 54 4 F TC 1.1 79.69 EL 32.94 11-18-57 ...--. D
'. 10 S., R. 19 E. Freeman
936-236-1 SWkNWk sec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 252 136 8 F TCo 3.7 76.27 EL 28.91 7-29-58 --- 0 C F, E
T. 10 S., R. 17 E. Survey Well Drillers
936-236-2 WHkNWk sec. 22, Ease Mae Hunt David Jones 93 2 F .---... ---- -----....... -.......................... --- ----- 73.9 D
T. 10 S., R. 17 E.
935-236-3 NWkSEk seac. 21, C. J. Boyd John Spivey 365 4 10 F L .0 -------- 32.33 8- 5-57 75.9 Ir
T. 10 S., R. 17 E.
936-236-4 ------ do---- -- --....... do --- Sadler Taylor Co 312 211 10 F L .0 76.93 EL 43.3 R 4- -57 --.... IZr
937-205-1 SWkSWk sec. 14, W. T. Dickerson, Gaineeville 205 110 8 F TPB 1.0 --------- 34.40 6- 2-60 72 Ir
T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Jr. Equipment Co.
937-212-1 $SkNWk sac. 15, Dick Surrency ----------.............. 39 --- W TC .9 ........----------.. 4.49 4-25-58 ---- N
T. 10 So, R. 21 E.
937-212-2 ....... do------- do---- ----- Gainesville 222 162 4 F TC 1.0 91.55 EL 15.33 11- 3-58 71.5 D
Equipment Co.
937-212-3 ....... - do------- ----- do---- U.S. Geological 8 5 1h W TC .0 91.5 EL 3.17 12-18-58 67 0
Survey
937-216-1 W5HNEk sec. 14, Fred Dugger Gainesville 125 43 4 F L .0 155.93 EL 75 R 7-31-54 --- D CF
T. 10 S, R. 20 5, Equipment Co.
937-217-1 S8%Wk sec. 11 Hugh Sinmmons ----- ....... do 193 88 4 F L .0 159.07 EL 110 R 7-22-55 -- D
T. 10 S., R. 20 E.
937-219-1 HNEk sec. 1, City of Stevens 370 116 16 F L .0 96.97 EL 50 R 12-30-50 Id CF
T. 10 S., K. 20 E. Gainesville Southern Co.
937-222-1 SWkNEk sec. 14 Hugh Granger Gaineeville 158 90 -- F ........... ---- 72.71 EL ---------------... P
T. 10 S, R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
937-222-2 ....... --do---- .......----....... do--- ............. do ......------ ---- --. ...-- .--... .....----. -------.......... ----....... ........... -----P
937-223-1 SWSWh sec. 14, J. P. Ahrano ....... ------do- ...... 275 203 4 F TS .3 85.18 EL 33.4 5- 8-58 .... D CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.




Cal ng M6aurint point wage level
wril
number Location owner Diller AUs RImarks
937-232-1 NWNWkk sec. 17, Harry Dixon Gaitnesville 144 90 10 F L 0,0 89,94 EL 48.91 2-21-58 ... Ir T. 10 S., R. 18 Equipment Co.
938-206-1 S1WNW sec, 10, S. HO aylor ....... do ...... 180 84 4 F TC .5 138 A 51.5 9-12-59 .**. D
T, 10 B., R, 22 E, 52,03 9-23.59 938-208-1 WkhS sec. 7, J. V. Arnette ............... 63 -* 4 BA TC .5 123 A 22.85 9-23-59 ** D
T. 10 8., R. 21 8. 26.08 6-23-60
938-211-1 SWkhWh sec. 2, C. F, Wilkerson A. L. Nobles 80 63 2 F TC .5 102 T 35 R 2- -57 .... D
T, 10 1., R. 21 2.
938-211-2 N~S~k sec. 2, Randall Graves R. 8. Mathevs 95 84 2 F TC .5 113 T 29.03 10-12-59 ..* D
T. 10 0., ,R. 21 8.
938-211-3 WkSWk sec. 2, H. A. Smith E. HcGollie 102 84 2 F TC .0 110 T 35 R 11- -s56 D l1 T. 10 B., R. 21 E. 00
938-211-4 NZES8k sec. 3, Bill Edwards A. L. Nobles 95 84 4 F TC 2.2 95 T 9.47 10-12-59 .*** N T. 10 S., R. 21 1.
938-211-5 NESEk see. 3 ------- do ... .. .. ---.... do ...... 115 112 4 F TC .0 95 T 8.27 10-12-59 ***. Zr
T. 10 8., 1, 21 E.
938-216-1 SWOS sec. 11, Florida Fryers Libby and 594 430 6 F TPB .0 ----.......... 85.5 11-15-57 .*** Id
T. 10 8., R. 20 8. Freeman
938-217-1 SWNWk sec. 11, Charles O'Neal Acme Drilling 79 50 3 F L .0 138.1 0L 31 R 2-18-48 **** F CF T. 10 S., R. 20 Co.
938-217-2 8NWk sec. 11, Guy Saferight Gainesville 224 88 6 F L .0 161.42 EL 115 R 6-11-55 ---- P
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.
938-218-1 HWkNk see. 9, City of Central Florida 713 153 24 F TC .65 130 T 99.95 11-18-57 75.8 P T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Well Drillers
938-219-1 8BkSEk sea. 5, Black Laboratory Libby and -- 120 6 F ---- ------ 143.32 EL 99 R ........ 73 Id CF
T. 10 S., R., 20 8, Freeman
938-219-2 WANk sec. 8, Atlantic Ice ---------............... 555 .....---- F TPB 1.6 139.3 EL 95.0 11-17-34 72 Id
T. 10 S., R. 20 Z. Co.




Gam ng Measurin point Water level
well -U as og a a
number Location Owner Driller . 1 u U se Remarks 44
938-219-3 W~NE~W sea. 8, Atlantic Ice Gray and 243 123 10 F TPB 1.0 142 T 95.8 R 11-17-34 69 Id Al-14
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Co. Stevens
938-219-4 SWS8Wk sec. 4, City of Gray Well and 407 ---- 18 F --- ------ 140 T --- ------*-- -- P
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Pump Co.
938-2195 ---- do------- ------ do------ -------------- 365 12 F --- ..... -----140 T -- --------*- --- P
938-219-6 ---- do- ------- -------do ---- Layne-Atlantic 464 173 30 F TFB 1.1 142.80 EL 99.64 11-15-57 ---- CF
938-219-7 EkSEk sea. 5, City of ............... 421 --- 18 F TPB 1.62 142.75 EL 106.08 11-18-57 ---- P
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gaineville
938-219-8 NWWWk see. 9,- ....... ---do ----- Central Florida 743 152 24 F TPB .7 130 T 95 11-18-57 75 P CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 S. Well Drillers
938-219-9 -- do ----- ------- do--- ----- --.. ---- 750 163 24 F TFPB 1.5 131 T 89.73 11-18-57 75 P CF
938-220-1 SWSEk sec. 6, Univ. of Florida Libby and 450 128 10 F TPB .0 156.4 EL 112.6 11- 8-57 71.8 Ir CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Freeman
938-221-1 SEhkW sac. 7, ------ do --- Georgia-Florida 916 290 20 F TPS .0 79.3 EL 32.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF
T, 10 8., R. 20 S. Well Drillers
938-221-2 SWNEk sac. 7, ------ do---- -----....... do ...... 700 188 20 F TPB .3 73.3 EL 25.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 8.
938-221-3 NEkWt sec. 7, ....... ----- do------ ....... do ...... 909 183 24 F TCb 1.5 75.5 EL 28.66 11-11-37 ---- Id CF, E
T. 10 S., R. 20 8.
938-223-1 NESEk$ sea. 3, E. E. Stanley Gaineaville 48 35 4 F TC .5 61.14 EL 9.42 5- 6-58 N CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 8. Equipment Co.
938-223-2 NEkSWk sec. 11, Rocking Chair ---------- --- ----- ---- TC .0 ........--------16.8 3-18-58 ---- P
T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Rest Home
938-223-3 ....... do---- ....... -- do--- ----- Acme Drilling Co. 135 121 4 F L .0 71.76 EL 29 R 7-29-55 --- P CF
938-234-1 SEASWk seea. 1, L. B. Gravely Gainesville 425 294 10 F --- ------- 92.69 EL 62 8 8- 555 78 Ir CF, S
T. 10 S., R. 17 E, Equipment Co.




CIlin Keaeurtn point water level
Well C
number Location Owner DrNleru
938-234.2 NEkSEk see. 2, H. Gravely OGaineaville 94 44 4 F TC .3 85.90 EL 55.44 5- 6-58 .... D
T, 10 S,, Re 17 1. Equipment Co.
938*235-1 NkSgk sea, 3, Mrs. Henry Holt ....... do ...... 99 80 3 F L .0 80.62 EL 45 R 7- 2-54 .*. D
T. 10 8,, R. 17 E.
938-236-1 NWkASk sec. 4, City of Spivey 120 20 4 F TC 2 78.66 EL 38.4 4-16-58 --** N
T. 10 S., R. 17 E. Newberry
938-236-2 ....... do-- ....... ....... do ............. do ...... 120 80 12 F L .0 77.29 EL 40 R 1- -56 74 P
938-236.3 ....... do-- ....... ....-------... do ...... Libby and 250 150 12 F ---- ....... --- 76.71 EL -------- .........---... N CF, Di
Freeman
938-237-1 SWNW sec. 4, ....... do .....-. A. Durst 118 67 10 F L .0 84 T 41 R ........ 74 1P Al-5
T. 10 B., R. 17 e
939-204-1 S1ki see. 2, Bath T. Miller Fitser 65 .. 2 SA TO .5 120 T 31.23 9-22-59 .... N
T. 10 I., R. 22 1.
939-204-2 ------ do---- .......---------do ...... Sao Jordan 68 42 2 SA TO .5 120 T 32 R 6- -58 .... D
939-215-1 SEkNBHk sea. 1. W. R. Owens J. J. Hare 87 *. 4 SA L .0 101.7 EL 55 R 1951 .... D CF
T. 10 B., R. 20 Z.
939-216-1 N kSWk sec. 1, R. C. Dean Gaineaville 78 **.** ..* SA .... ....... 123.08 EL ------- --------- .... ...
T. 10 S., R. 20 8. Equipment Co.
939-217-1 SWkNE% seec. 3. R. C. Leary ....... do...... 194 134 4 F L .0 145.69 EL 100 R 1955 --- D CF
T. 10 S., R. 20 8e
939-217-2 SkSWk see. 34, Alachuea Count J. J. Hare 115 65 4 SA TO 1.3 ---------- 8.60 7- 8-58 **** P
T. 9S., R. 20 E. Board of ubl.c Ins tru t ion
939-217-3 SWkNEZk sec. 3, S. M. Feagle Gaineaville 65 38 4 SA L .0 ....---...... 5 R 2- 7-58 ---- D
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.
939-219-1 SEkSWk sec. 33, Dr. W. Lassiter -------do ...... 232 194 4 F L .0 184.04 EL 32 R 3-12-58 ---- D CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.
939-219-2 SWkNEJ sec. 32, Gainesville Ice Cray Well and 335 120 8 F TPB 2.5 183.0 EL 144 R 9- 5-34 73 Id CF, A1-12
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. & Cold Storage Pump Co.
Co.




Casing Measurin point Water level
Well U a
i .. ,.
number Location Owner Driller n 't a0I Ue Remarks A LW do I ., a
939-219-3 SEkSEk sec. 32 Setzers Super Gainesville 244 93 6 F L 0.0 177.96 EL 135 R 4- 1-55 .... N CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Market Equipment Co.
939-220-1 NkSk sec. 31, R. Tassinari -----do----- 65 ---- 4 SA TC 1.0 ------- 11.17 5-12-58 --- D
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.
939-220-2 ....... do ------ ----- do ----- ------ do----- 236 147 6 F L .0 183.75 EL 135.54 5-12-56 -.- N
939-221-i' N4Zk sec. 1, R. L. Black, Jr. -*- do---- 155 45 4 F L .0 126.51 EL 83 R 12- 7-54 --- tr CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 S.
939-221-2 iWNWk sec. 6, Mrs. Fanida Libby and 247 92 6 F T 1.1 147.2 EL 101.04 4- 4-58 --- N CF
T. 10 ., R. 20 E. Baker Freeman
939-221-3 NSWk sec. 6, Univ. of Florida Central Florida 387 77 6 F TC .0 132.05 EL 83 R 2-22-52 76 D CF
T, 10 S., R. 20 S. Well Drillers
939-223- NWkNEk sea. 3, Louie G. Jones J. J. Hare 100 4 F .------ 93.49 EL ------ ---- D CF
T. 10 S., R. 19 E.
939-223-2 NWkSWk sec. 2, J. M Byrd Gainesville 13 126 4 F TO .55 63.5 EL 16.0 5- 5-58 --- D
T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
939-223-3 .----- do ------- F. W. Kronmiller ---- do----- 65 40 4 F TO .5 66.64 EL 8 5- 5-58 --- D
939-225-1 NWkhNEk sec. 5, R. K. Buckley ....... do ---- 162 6- F TC .0 138.29 BL 91.13 5- 8-58 -- N
T. 10 S., R. 19 8.
939-226-1 SBkSEk ec. 31, .---- do ----- ....... do ...... 4 F L .0 156.76 L 110 R 11-12-54 ---- 0
T. 9 S., R. 19 E.
939-226-2 NWkNEk see. 6, ....... -do ------ ----- -- do---- 165 5 2 F L .0 159.38 EL 112 R 9-24-54 --- CF
T. 9 S., R. 19 8.
939-227-1 NWkNEk sec. 1, G. W. Fletcher ----- do----- 83 35 4 F L .0 95.91 EL 47 R 7-20-55 --- D
T. 10 S., R. 18 E. Jr.
939-227-2 SWSEk sea. 36, Mrs. G. W. -...... do*--- 15 .... 4 F -----d1 5 2. .3 E 12.-2-54 D
T. 9 S., R. 18 E. Fletcher
939-230-1 NkNA soec. 4, J. S. Jones, Jr. ---------------- 55 2 P TO 3.0 91.67 EL 50.59 2-14-58 --- N
T. 10 B., R. 10 E,




Cas ng ___Mwdsuring z24BL *~teI levol
we6u
number Locaton Owner Driller U Remarks
__ _ _ p Ue* Remarks
931-235.1 NWkNlk sec. 3, Parker brothers U.S. Geological 12 10 1 F TC -40 80 T 0.57 1-*2S-Sd ..**.. 0
T. 10 S. t, 17 1. Survey
939-236-1 NWkNA see. 4, Atlantic Coast ................ 75 75 8 F TC -27.6 55.9 EL 11.0 4*25-34 .... N Ds, A1-6
T. 10 S., R. 17 linte Ralroad
940-205-1 NHkNE\ see. 34 Frederick Ahrano Gray Well and 300 *- 8 ... ..- 150 T --............. .... Zr
T. 9 S., R. 22 S. Pump Co.
940-205*2 NASIA see. 34- ....... ------do ...... Albert H. Miller 220 88 8 TOC .0 160 A 72.79 5-27-60 .... Zr
T. 9 S., 22 E.
940-206-1 SFANWk sec. 33, R. H. Washorst ............... 75 6 L .0 163.3 EL 81.5 R 11- 7-32 .... N Al-22
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.
940-211-1 WSkSWk see. 26, John R. Pons John R. Pone 55 55 1t SA TC .0 105 T 20 R 11- .5 .... D
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.
940-211-2 SWkWk seec. 26, R. F. Nester Gaineevtille 189 112 4 F TC 1.0 100 T 27 R 10-19-59 .... S
T. 9 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co.
940-214-1 NWkNWk see. 32, Thompson **--- 38 ** th SA TT 1.1 .......... 6.24 5-15-58 ---- N
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.
940-214-2 NWkNW sec. 32, Mrs. Muller Gainesville 70 46 4 SA L .0 75.2 EL 7 R 12-11-54 .... D CF
T. 9 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co.
940-217-1 SWkN7 seec., 34 Florida Farm Duval Drilling 368 205 10 F TO .5 170.3 EL 117 R 10- -51 72 P CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Colony Co.
940-217-2 -----* do------- ....... do ...... Cray Well end 350 10----- F ....---- ----....... 170 T ........------- ........ --- 72.5 P
Pump Co.
940-218-1 SWWk eec. 34, R, T. Culpepper Acme Drilling 130 73 4 SA TC .4 172.3 EL 10.24 3-26-58 73 P Ci
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Co.
940-218-2 SIcWh sec. 34, Orange State Oil Gainesville 360 ** 4 F TC .5 175.1 EL 128.58 2-25-583 ----.. N C
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Co. Equipment Co.
940-218-3 -- do----- ------ d------ d ...... ---....... do---- 200 3 F ----------- 175.1 EL .......------. --........ .... N
940-218-4 SWkNE seec. 23, S. M. Wall ....... d----- 185 180 4 F L .0 170.58 St 130 I | 10-30-54 ....---- D CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.




Casing Measurin point Water Level
5 0
Well u j 5 .09 55 00 ~ a
number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks
0 5
M s 4. '5%
940-218-5 SEkSEk se. 28, Moose Lodge J. J. Hare 180 ----- 4 F TC 0.8 173.66 EL 12.45 3-13-58 ---- N D, CF
T, 9 S., R, 20 E. 124.28 4-29-58
940-218-6 NAhA sec. 33, Oscar Servin Gainesville 60 4S 4 SA TC .2 183.31 EL 6.1 5,14-58 73 D
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co.
90-219-1 NES sec. 29, Florida Chemical ------- do ...... 199 105 4 F L .0 177.15 L R -27-4 -- Id CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Industries
940-219-2 SWkSWk sac. 23, Cabot Carbon Ca. Gray Well and 442 442 8 F TPB .5 173 T 127 R 1932 73.5 Id Al-11
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Pump Co.
940-219-3 SEkSEk sec. 29, Koppers Co. R. M. Pearry 390 245 10 F TPB 1.0 175 T 130 R -- -- 73 Id AL-10
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.
940-219-4 ------ do ------- -------do--------------------- 66 2 SA TC 2.08 ---------- 50.07 4-11-58 ---- N
940-220-1 NEkSWk sec. 29, Suburbia Acmn Drilling 68 59 4 SA L .0 187.73 EL 15 R 9-18-51 .... F CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Theatres Inc. Co.
940-220-2 NW SWk sec. 29, .....-------.. do ......------- do--- 60 48 4 SA TC .7 181.45 EL 10.14 3-26-58 ---- P CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 E.
940-221-1 NESEk sec. 25, Antis Properties Gainesville 330 175 6 F TC 1 170 T 124.37 7-28-58 72.4 P
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
940-221-2 ------ do ------- -------do------ -------da-...... 314 167 6 F TC .5 170 T 124.21 7-28-58 73.6 P
940-224-1 NEkNWk sec. 33, Pierre Bejano ....... do ...... 172 ----- 4 F L .0 105.33 EL 57.98 5 7-38 -* D
T. 9 S., R. 19 E.
940-228-1 SWkNEk sec. 35, Sam Wahl's ...............--------------- 50 ---- ---F TSR -36.0 47.50 EL 1.55 8-13-58 --- --- RQ
T. 9 S., R. 18 E. ConstructLon Co.
941-205-1 NELBSW sec. 22, Prank Starke Sam Jordan 78 ----- 2 SA IC .0 135 T 15 R 9- -8 ----- D
T. 9 S., R. 22 S.
941-207-1 SENW sec. 20, Joseph C. Oberry Ernest McGollie 149 111 2 F ---- ------- 140 T -------- **--- --- D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.
941-210-1 SWkSE seoc. 23, Albort PoFans Albert Pons 65 65 1k W TO .5--------- 10 R 11. -47 --- D
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.




Caing heasurin point Watesr leval
T. 9 8., R, 21 E. Co.
941-211-2 WV k sec. 26, W. D. Townsend W. D, Townsend 35 35 1 V TD 1.80 90 T +3.55 9-22*59 70.2 D
T. 9 S., A. 21 B.
941-212-1 WNWWk sea. 27, Coastal Cray Well sand 450 447 10 1 ***. ******* ****.----- ******** *.****** ***. Or
T. 9 S., A. 21 Z. Petroleum Co. Fup Co.
941-212-2 ....... do ....... ....... do ...... *...... do* 662 400 12 F *. *. . * . OT
941-212-3 ....... do ....... ... .do ------....... do ...... *5 10 F TC ,S 80.5 EL 7 11*15*57 ***. 07
941-216-1 SXkWfk sec. 23, City of Central Florlda 447 127 ... F TC 1.35 144.35 E, 83.30 11-21-57 **** 0 Cy
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Well Drillers
941.-220-1 S-kNWk sec. 29, Harold Collins Acm Drilling 195 121 4 L .0 175.16 L 121 7 2-10-58 *.* N CF, W
T. 9 S., R. 20 Z. Co.
941-220-2 SkSEk see. 19, Francia Johnson ainesville 75 65 4 SA TC .5 167.41 L 1.7 7- 2-58 ---- D
T. 9 S., R, 20 E. quLipaent Co.
941-222-1 S~kSFk see. 23, 0. S. Briggs J. J. Hare 163 110 4 F ...- .-.-.-- ...*--***. 125 R ..**.*** **** D Cp
T. 9 S., R. 19 B.
941-222-2 WkMk seec. 26, J. Johnstone Gainesville 180 105 4 F TC .0 167.46 EL 121.09 10-22-58 72.1 D
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
941-224-1 S kS-k sec. 22, E. S. Ford *....... do ------ 170 99 4 F L .0 155.19 L 125 3-21-55 ---T. 9 S., R. 19 E.
941-229-1 N k dWk see. 26, Mrs. G. ---* *do--- 264 93 8 F TC .33 192.2 EL 147.03 4-2358 *--- ir
T. 9 S., R. 18 Z. Fletcher
941-234-1 SkSk sec. 23, Mrs. Cleary U.S. Geological 7 5 4 1 TC -45 .4*** .78 1-28-58 55 0 RQ
T. 9 S., R. 17 E. Survey
942-203-1 SBkNlV k sec. 13 H. Walquist Noble l 11 105 4 A TC .5 *.46.-- 49.07 315-56 .* D WP
T. 9 S., R. 22 Z.




Casing Measuring point Water level
ell c 1
a iso .,
number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks
942-203-2 WhSWk sec. 13 J. J. Seykora, ..........---------------.. 17 - 4 W TC 0.3 ---------- 3.27 7-24-59 --- N
T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Jr.
942-203-3 ---- do ------- -------do------ ---------------- 10 ** W TC 2.8 --------- 4.93 7-24-39 ---- N
942-203-4 HNSEk sec. 13, Mrs. Harry Brewer 365 --- 4 F L .0 .........--------56 R 7-28-59 ---- WP
T. 9 S., R. 22 Z, Jackson
942-203-5 SANEk sec. 13, II. C. Segur H. L. Ownbay 136 ** 2 F TC .5--------- 56.27 7-29-59 ---- D, Ir
T. 9 S., R. 22 F,
942-203-6 ------ do ----** J. 0. Dann ....... do---- 154 110 2 F L .0 140 T 67 R 2- 3-56 ---- D, Ir
942-206-1 NANHW sec. 16, Carl Zillman Sain Jordan 60 60 3 SA TC .0 170 T 15 R 1956 --- D 0% T. 9 S., R. 22 Z. U.'
942-207-1 SHkNEk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 24 24 l W TC 2.4 152 T 16.67 321-59 -- 0 CF
T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
942-210-1 S9kSWk sec. 13, Pearl Adoock Sam Jordan 82 --- 2 SA ---- ------- 120 T ---------------- ----D
T. 9 S., R. 21 E.
942-216-1 H HkN sec. 23, City of Layne-Atlantic 447 175 10 r TC .0 153.20 EL 90.93 12-16-58 ---- N CF
T. 9 S., R. 19 2. Gatneaville Co.
942-216-2 H1SA see. 13, Sperry Rand Central Florida 350 160 12 F TPB 2.7 150 T 90.04 731-58 73 Id T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Corp. Well Drillers
942-216-3 ------ do------- ------- do ------------------- 522 153 20 F TPB 1.0 153.05 EL 91.10 7-30-58 ---- F
942-221-1 NWWk sec. 18, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 l W TC 2.0 .****--- 2.95 4- 2-59 70.2 0
T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Survey Survey
942-227-1 HNkWk sec. 19, E. H. Boville, Libby and 330 97 11 F L .0---------- 125 R 8-29-55 ---- r CF
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Jr. Freeman
943-204-1 SELSW k sec. 11, G. S. Price Sam Jordan 160 *- 2 F L .0 ------ - 70 R .-------- D, Ir
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.




CA& -no, XA ilrin point ateg level
number Location Owner DrLirUse Remarks
943*207-1 ASkf sec. 8, 3. Brovn ha Drilling 150 95 4 F L 0.0 171,0 E 81 R 7-0-41 72.5 P, S, CF
T. 9 5., 22 Co. Id 943.208-4 NIfSZk see. 7, t. J. Slamons Sae Jordan 79 70 2 SA TC .5 ***- 52 t 1949 .... D
T. 9 S., R. 22 E.
943-215-1 INthsE see. 12, U.S. Geological U.S. Geologtcal 18 15 th V TC 3.5 .......... 4.19 4- 7-39 69 0
T. 9 S., 1. 20 Survey Survey
943-215-2 Stn~ sec. 12. C, V. His* GainevLlle 270 195 4 7 L .0 165.51 EL 97 R 6-26-54 .--- D
T. 9 S., 1. 20 Z. Equipment Co.
943*221-1 NtikSt see 7, Owen-ZILinoils ....... do ...... 230 121 4 F L .0 190.94 EL 142 R 7-14-54 ... D CF
T. 9 S., R. 20 S. Glass Co.
943-231-1 SAHk sac., 7, T. E. Cleary ............... 207 103 8 F TPB .55 .......... 53.14 6- 2-58 *-- Zr
T. 9 S., R. 18 E.
944-205-1 S4S@3 sec. 33, R.L.S. Shipman --------***** 58 ---- k SA 7C 2.0 130 T 10 R 9- -55 .... P
T. 8 S., 1. 22 E.
944-206-1 StftS9k see. 33, V. Ak rs ******* 60 40 3 SA TC 2.0 182 T 50 R 1954 ---- D
T. 8 S., R. 22 .
944-219-1 NkSk esec. 31, Owen-Illinois Libby and 802 16 ----- ..........176.9 EL ........... --..... Or CF, D
T. 8 S., R. 20 S. Glass Co. Freeman
944-222-1 SVEt sec. 2, A. G. Fabrick Gainesville 165 100 4 F L .0 188.75 L 133 7-15-55 .... D
T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co.
945-205-1 SWkSW eec. 27. U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 1% V TC .0 144.0 EL 4.76 6-27-58 68.8 0 CF
T. 6 S., R. 22 Survey Conservation
Service
945-212-1 MiSZki sec. 33, Univ. of Florida Central FlorLda 448 195 6 F L .0 155.64 EL 73 R 1- 1-55 74.5 Ir
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Well Drillers
945-237-1 WIhM sec. 32, Buda Mining Co. ------------..............- 50 ----- .... F TSR -36.2 37.80 EL 3.09 8-12-58 .... ..----. IQ
T. 8 S., R. 17 Z.
946-206-1 StMi sec. 21, Rod Recse Gaineeville 152 141 4 F TC 1.2 172.42 EL 87.6 6- 3-58 ----D, S
T. 8 S., R. 22 Z. Equipment Co.




Casing Measuring point Water Level
Well I oU a a a s eI aa et 0, a ~
number Location Owner Driller e, Use Remarks
"14 In. s- Use 1 1 r1 946-206-2 NkSW% see. 21, George Rippey Gatnesvtl. 199 165 4 F L 0.0 158.51 EL 85 R 11-20-54 ---- D C
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Equipment Co.
946-208-1 SWNg k sec. 30, John G. Fitz Sam Jordan 210 ----- 2 F L .0 ......... 60 R -------- ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
946-210-1 S8kSEk see. 23, Herman Russell ............... 63 60 l SA L .0 150 T 20 R ...........--.-------- D
T. 8 S., R. 21 E.
94-2L1-1 NEW,~@ soc. 21, U.S. Gooloatxi-. U.S. Geological 15 13 tk W TC 2.0 --------- 5.75 4- 7-59 70 0
T. 8 S., 1R. 21 E. Survey Survey
946-218-1 SEkM~k see, 21, Wilmar Thomas Gainesville 14 24 W TC 4.0 .......... I7.58 5-13-38 ---- N
T. 9 S., R. 20 8. Equipment Co.
946-218-2 sWNEk sec. 21,- ....... do ------ ....... do ...... 140 98 4 F TC .0 154.09 EL 88.79 5-15-55 ---- D
T. 8 S., R. 20 E.
946-226-1 NEkSWk sea. 20, H. House ............... 17 17 4 W TC .9 156.57 EL 7.60 10-29-57 ---- D
T. 7 S., R. 19 S.
946-226-2 HNkSEk sea. 20, General Electric M. Gray Co. 427 87 12 F TC 2.44 152.47 EL 113.92 11-19-57 --- N CF, E
T. 7 S. ,R. 19 E. Co.
946-228-1 SESWk see. 23, R. H. Cato Tide Water 142 ----- F TC 3.00 103.60 EL 64.86 5- 7-58 ---- N CF, E
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Assaoc. Oil Co.
947-210-1 SWkSEk sac. 14, City of Waldo Acme Drilling 255 175 6 F L .0 157.12 EL 60.89 6- 3-61 ---- P CF
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Co.
947-210-2 S'klk sec. 23, A. D. artin Gainesville 60 43 3 SA TC .3 154.48 EL 9.18 4-16-58 D CF
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co.
947-210-3 NWkN k sec. 23, City of Waldo --------------- 6 6 2 W T 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 ---- N
T. 8 S.. R. 21 S.
947-210-4 -- --------do .......------- do---------------- --- 3 3 I W TCo 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 .... H
947-210-3 ....... do---- ....... ......-------. do ......--------------- 5 5 14 W TB 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 ---. N
947-210-6 NEkNk sec. 23, City Products Grey Well and 39 .- 3 TPB .65 155 T 9.04 4-13-58 --- N AL-9
T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Corp. Pump Co.




Casio H*,iatp polar Vaer level
1
number Location Owner ; Dritler Use Remarks
947-210-7 NSa see. 15, T., Powell ............... 60 2 A ** 0, Ir
, 8 S. R. 21 E.
947-225-1 WkSZk se.e, 17, S. B. Cullen J. J. Hare 134' 65 4 F ...... 145,05 EL .* ........ CF
T. 8 S., R. 19 3.
947-3229-1 SEksk sec. 15, Town of Alachua J. B, McCreary 378 8 TCb 1.0 76 T 36 1 *** 73,5 P Al-3 T. 8 S., A. 18 3.
947-229-2 SkWk see. 14, ..*do .*.. Cray .Well and 363 100 10 F L .0 .......... 34 1949 74.0 P
T. 8 S., 18 S. Pump Co.
947-229-3 SWkWk see. 14, Copeland Sausage ............... ..... F .... ....... .......... ................ .... Id
T. 8 8., 1, 18 Co.
941-229-4 ----.. do ....... ....... do ...... Albert H, Mille 260 214 12 F TC 1.2 85 T 43.93 12- 6-57 Id
00 948-210-1 SWp see. 11, a. C. Riley J. W. Coleman 116 --- 4 SA T 2 156 T 5.5 4-19-34 .. N Vf, Al-8
T. 8 ., R. 21 S.
945-223-1 SVkNgk see. 11, Hrs. Maxey C. L. Arter 400 ---- p .... ...... 116 T ................... Ir
T. 8 S., R. 19 S. Chesser
948-229-1 SWkWk sec. 11, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 th V TC 2.0 .......... 6.75 4-20-59 --- 0
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Survey Survey
94-231-1 NWSWk sec. 9, Alechus County Acme Drillin8 238 -- F .... ...... 92.47 EL ------ -- --- ......... P CF
T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Board of Public Co.
Instruction
948-231-2 HNkH see. 9, A. P. Spencer J. Wil olt 129 109 4 F L .0 98.71 EL 63.6 1-20-58 --- 8 CF
T. 8 S., R. 17 3.
949-208-1 SAMHZk sec. 6, 0. B. Hicks. Jr. rneest McGollLe 67 40 2 SA L .0 ------ ...........12 R 3- -58 --- D, 8,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. It 949-211-1 NHVWk se. 3, Mrs. Annie Vard ............... 40 2 V -- ---- ------*- ----- ----- --*- D,!
T. 8 S., R, 21 E.
949-214-1 hSB3k see. 6, Mrs. Elizabeth --------............... 18 30 L .0 .......... 3.5 12- 2-59 --- D, S
T. 8 S., R. 21 B. Brown




CServsii oint Water level
Well 0 U R a k .8, .1 ,7E Sr
T. 8 S.,e. 17eB C o
949-219-1 seec. 5. S. Lagassee U.S. Soil W ---- ------- ---------- ------------ --- AT. 8 S., R. 20 E. Conservation Service
949-225-1 NWkSEt sec. 33, Henry Raatae Penrod Drilling 3,219 1,673 16 --- ---- ------- 157.6 EL -------- 6--- 7 *. E
T. 7 S., R. 19 Co.
949-235-1 IIk seac. 3, City of High ............... Cr75 6 F TC -2.0 64.70 EL 30.47 10-24-57 ---- Dr
T. 8 S., R. 17 E. Springs
949-235-2 S14E sec. 3., ------- do S------ ..... ....... 300 250 ---- F PB 1.0---------- 38.34 6-30-60 72 P
T. 8 S., R. 17 E.
949-235-3 do .------- .-------. do -- Stevons-Southern 243 238 12 F C 2.0 ........---------- 37 R 6-30-60 72 CF
Co.
949-236-1 SE1kSW; sec. 34, Atlentic Coast ---------------- 250 90 8 F TC .25 43.10 EL 9.73 2-14-58 7A R AT, 7 S., R. 17 E. Line Railroad
949-236-2 NEtSWkg sec. 34, Atlantic ice Co.- --------------- 300 10 F TC 1.0 74 T 42.5 R 7-16-57 ---- Id
T. 7 S., R. 17 E.
949-239-1 SWkSWk sec. 6, U.S. Corps of U.S. Corps of 22 204. 1. F L .0 32.7 EL 25.3 R 6- 2-32--- --- A
T. 8 S., R. 17 Engineers Engineers
950-210-1 SA SE~ sec. 35, Jack Eddy Sam Jordan 65 .- 2 A---*-**- *S* *.. --------------------, r
. 7 S., R, 21 E.
950-213-2 HEN$ZE sec. 31, W. H. Eddy ----- do ------- --2 W --------------------- ---------------------, S,
T. 7 S., R. 21E. r
950-220-1 SASWa sec. 30, Greater Bell .**.*******. 18 15 l W TCo 2.0 .---------- 3.22 2-12-59 66 P
T. 7 S., R. 20 E. Methodist Church
950-224-1 MNWS4g sec. 27, R. 0. Callon Gray Well and 223 204 10 F L .0 143.46 EL 99 R 3- 8-40 ---- Id CF
T. 7 S., R. 19 E. Pump Co.
950-229-1 0. Atkinson Land J. S. Wershow U.S. Soil ..... .......--------------------.-- - -- - A
Grant, T. 7 S., Conservation
R. 18 S. Service
950-235-1 SEkSE sec. 34, Mrs. ?earl-----------------148 2 F TC .5 67.32 EL 32.18 3-12-58 ---- N
T. 7 S., R. 17 z. Carravay




Cal, K4jai~r~ n p. tnLt Water level
Well 5.'9 L
.1mber Location Oner Driller Use Reas
950-236-1 N1k SWk see, 34, T. R. Barber J. J. Hare 70 ..... 4 F TC 0.3 .......... 39 R 1954 .... Ir
T. 7 S., R. 17 E,
950-216*2 ....... do ....... Novell Acma Drilling 85a 58 F TC .6 67,14 EL 33,55 8- 1.57 .... N
Co. 32.10 4- 3-59
950-236-3 NM~Sk sec. 23, J. H, VWiters J. SathLss 72 ..... 2 F TC 1.2 .......... 26 t ............ D
T. 7 S., R. 17 .
951-224-1 NWjNWk sec, 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 18 15 1 W TC 2.0 .......... 2.87 4- 2-59 69 0
T. 7 S., R. 19 .E, Survey Survey
951-224-2 ....... do ....... Florida Forest Acme Drilling 175 144 4 F 7C .13 136,68 EL 91.76 3-11-58 *.... D CF
Service Co.
951-225-1 SkSk sec. 20, Lacy Doak Libby and 350 119 10 F L .0 149.8 EL 100 R 2- -5 --.... Ir CF
T. 7 5., ,R. 20 E. Freeman
951-234-1 SVWkNk sac. 25, Florida State ................... .... 2 F TC -40 33.57 EL +.23 2-14-58 69.5 0 6
T. 7 S., R. 17 E, Road Department
951-235-1 H$5ESk sec. 27, Seventh-Day J. Wilhoit 225 43 4 F TC .5 .......... 14.64 6-27-57 75 D
T. 7 S., R. 17 E. Adventist Church
951-235-2 do --- --.............. do ...... -------do .--- 235 42 6 F TC 1,2 --------..........-- 14.70 6-26-57 72 P
19.81 4- 3-.58
952-232-1 Land Grant, B. D. Traxler J. J. Hare 171 ..... F ---- ---...........-- 159.91 EL .... ................ D
T. 7 S.. R. 18 E.
953-228-1 S ckWk sec. 13, Joe Imley Libby and 230 8 F L .0 172.75 EL 132 R 7- -55 71.5 Ir CF
T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Freeman
953-226-2 NEkSWk sec. 11, Santa Fe River Acme Drilling ---- ..........8 F(? TPS .5 ........... 128 12- 5-57 ----.... Ir
T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co.
953-231-1 SVkNE) sec. 8, V. T. Olliood J. Wilhoit 171 78 4 F TC .4 .......... 126 12- 5-57 ---. D CF
T. 7 S., R. 18 E.
954-227-1 SE SEk seea. 1, J. L. Dupree Acne DLilling 165 ----- 4 F L .0 154.98 EL 120 R ........ .... Id CF
T. 7 S., .R. 18 E. Co.




Casng Heasurin point Water level
0 ,
95-228-1 SF.kSF.k sec. 1, Sant~a Fe River Acme DrillinB; 156 ..... 4 F ........-..-.**.....--- 112 Rt .......-.--.- D
T 7 S., R. Ranch Co.
95-230-1 SA-,S' t sec. 3, Shelton Settley -..-.-.-do-...-.. 162 -.... 4 F TC .5 151.6 El 121.0 12- 5-57 **.* D
T. 7 S. R. 18 E.
Well 0 Cl U 0
T. 6 S., R. 18 .. Ranch Co.
9 5-228-2 NikS~k sec. 35, ....- .--do- - --... .. -..do*--..-- 156 ..-.. 4 F -.... ...--...--..-..--. 112 R *..--.-- 12 Ir
. 6 S., R. 18 E a .,
9 5-228-3 WhkS~h sec. 36, --..... o. ---- -.... ... -.. -.... -. 166 -- F ...., .-...... ,-.... -.... 110 R 1955 -..- D
T. 6 S., R. 18 .
a mu u ..0e o o ea a a' a~ c Va- ad'- AC
.0 .,
954-228-1 SA sec. Santa Fe River Ace Drilling 156 ----- 4 F ---- ------- ---------- 112 R .-------- ---- D
T. 7 S.,Bradford County. E. Ranch Co. 94-203-1 SE SWk sec. 1, Shelton SwM Barnhill H L Onbey 160 13 2 F LC .5 151.6 1210 12 -5 ---- D
T. 9 S., R. 1822 E.r
955-22803-1 SEkS k sec. 3625, Santa Fe River Acme Drilling 110 20 ----------- 3.0 1288 L 12.---------- 0 R 6-25-58 ---- S CF
T. 8 S., R. 1822 E. SuRanchvey Cons.rvaon
' ISer'vice
955-22803-2 SNEkSWk see. 36, ------- do------ ------- 27 25 W TC 1--- 0 -13---63 EL 16.---------- 0 6-25-8112 72 Ir C
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
9455-22803-3 SWkNgWk sec. 35, ......-------. do ------ --------------- 52 50 4 C 1.80 15542 L 256 6-27 1955 ---- 0 C
T. 8 S., R. 1822 E.
955-22803-4 ------ do ------- ..---- do----------------------- 32 30 4 C .0 --53--55 ------ 2349 6-23-58 O---- D
Bradford County
9445-203-5 SEkNWk sec. 36, B. Cven. Barnhillresby- H. L. Ownbey 186 134 2 F L .0 ---------- 62,07 3-30-60 ---- P,
T. 8 S., R. 22 rn ChurchIr
945-203-1 SWkS sac. 35, U.S.cke Geological U.S. aheSoil 22 20 l2 SA TC 3.0 128.48 EL 12.7019 8- 5-58 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S. R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
945-203-2 SENWk see. 36, -....d--------------d----------27 25 1k w 'CC 1.0 143.63 EL 16.50 6-25-58 ---- 0 CF
'C. 85S., R. 228E.
945-203-3 SE~hM1 sec. 35,- d---------...------- d---------52 s0 Ic H 'CC 1.80 155.42 EL 25.46 6-27-58 --- 0 CF
'C. 8 S., R. 22 E.
945-203-4---d---------------- d------- ------- d---------32 30 lk H 'CC .0 153.55 EL 23.49 6-23-58 ---- 0 CF
945-203-5 SEkcNHk sec. 36, Covenant Presby- H. L. Ownbey 186 141 2 F L .0-------------62.07 3-30-60 --- P
'C. 8 S., R. 22 E, terian Church
945-204-1 NE34WJL- aec. 35, Hickey Gaunt R. Kathaws 83 --- 2 SA 'CC .64-------------12.19 8- 5-59 --- N
'C. 88S., R. 22 E.




Co ng Maaaurin int Water level
wall a its u .+k
nubr Location Owner Driller I Use Remarks
945-204-2 W kN eec. 35, L. L, Thompson ............... 23 k TC 1.90 ... 10.98 1027-59 .. N
T. S S., A. 22 E.
945-204-3 nkNW sec. 35, Jack Miller Jack Hiller 30 ** 2 V To 1.80 ..*** 2.44 10-26-59 ** H
T. 8 S., A. 22 E.
945-204-4' NkNz seec. 34, ............................... 85 52 2 SA TC .4 .......... 19.61 10-26-59 *** N
T. 8 S., R. 22 19.43 10-27-59
945-204-5 SZSFZ sec. 27, C. D. Glover Dan Eubanks 98 64 2 SA TC .3 147 T 20 ) 10-29-59 ..* D, Ir
T. 8 5., t. 22 E.
945-205-2 WkNzk sec. 34, Leo Hill H. L. Onbey 154 147 2 F L .0 144 T 59 R 7-3159 **** D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 Z.
945-205-3 SWkSE sec. 27, Loren 0. Martin ....... do ...... 84 2 SA L .0 --******** 12 R 5-22-53 .. D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 B.
945-205-4 ..------ do -............... ..................... 6 --- 2 IC .8 .......... 5.90 10-26-59 ---- H
945-205-5 WWa.k sec. 34, ............................... 26 26 2 TC 1.80 145 T 13.9 10-29-59 ---- N WP
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
946.202-5 NFtNmk sec. 25, Dr. D. H. L. Ownbey 46 42 2 V L .0 115 T 16 R 6-11-56 ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Christoffers
946-202-6 NZkSA, sec. 24, Keystycone Club Gray Well and 400 250 10 F TC 1.2 157.91 EL 69.41 7-27-59 ---- P
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Estates Pump Co.
946-202-7 SEFANZk sec. 25, Key Sargent *-**-- do.--**- 160 154 2 F L .0 115 T 30 R 7- 3-57 --- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
946-204-1 S3kSZk sec. 22, W. H. Rees Roy Jordan 94 84 2 SA TC 1.5 .......... 24 R 10-29-59 ---- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
947-202-4 SEtSFK sec. 13, .............................. 71 2 SA TT .8 145 T 54.31 10-27-58 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
947-202-7 ------do..***- ****-****--- ---**--------- 31 2 W TC .7 153 A 29.65 10-23-59 ---- N




Casing Measurinr poiLnt water level
0 00
a..u .OC to
Well u Ae Cu 0 0 0 0 'al ^ .1 a V number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks
97-203-1 SSW se. 13, T.E. Garner H.L. Ownbe 186 F L 0.0 150 T 8-27-58 D e, r arks T. 8 S., R. 22 E
me i a4 C-- N 0 ~ 16 a-1
947-203-2 SNWk see. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 25 ----- W TC 3.4 125 T 1144 10-27-59 -- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
947-203-3 ------- do -----** Dr. Bollinger ............... 29 -- W TC .8 125 T 14.45 10-27-59 ---- N
947-203-4 NkSWk sec. 13, J. A. Walker ............... 21 16* 2 W TC 6.0 ---------- 22.03 10-28-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
948-203-1 N1 Wk eec. 13, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 40 38 L W TC 1.6 131 T 28.7 4- 7-59 ---- 0 C
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
948-203-2 4MNWS sec. 13, T.M. Human . a L. Ownbey 173 67 2 F L .0 119 T 37 R 5-31-56 --- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
948-203-3 N Bt k see. 13, Johnny Cohagen --------------- 28 3 l W TC 1.8 135 T 24.08 10-28-59 ---- N
T. 8 S. R. 22 E.
948-203-4 ------ do ....... William Lewis H. L. Ownbey 126 106 2 SA L .0 .......... 40 R 3- -59 ---- D
948-203-5 SkS k sec. 12, Salvation Army --------------- 57 57 2 W TF .8 130 T 19.55 11- 4-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
948-203-6 NWkSWh sec. 12, Alfred Underwood --------------- 1 -. 2 W TR .8 145 T 745 11- 4-59 N
T. 8 S., R. 22 B.
948-203-7 SAkNWk see. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 52 ---- 3 W TC 7.9 135 T 26.1 10-27-59 ---T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
949-203-1 W NWk see. 12, Irvin Triest H. L. Ownbey 174 152 2 SA L .0 .......... 83 R -------- D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 22 E.
949-204-1. Wk8SOBk sec. 2, Clyde Hersey Sam Jordan 128 100 2 SA L .0 .......... 76 R 8- -55 ---- D,
T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Ir, S
950-203-1 BSNBk see. 35, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 28 26 1% W TC 1.8 173 T 5.80 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T, 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
950-203-2 *--- do ------- D. L. Raley D. L. Raley 18 l.. 1 W L .0 .........---- 10 R 12-24-59 ---- 0, Ir




amber Location oner Drtlier Use Am0r
C id Maar os Wae lee
Well.4 .. a'I
950-204-1 SUW3SF sec, 35, J A, Gnann Sea Jordan 74 54 2 IA L 0.0 160 T 31 A ........ n, Ir
T. 7 S., 1, 22 S.
950-213-1 WM1F sec. 32, U.S. Geological Albert H. Miller 207 172 4 F 1 2,00 142 A 70.15 7- 7-59 *- 0 CF, 8
T, 7 5., 21 ,. Survey
951-206-1 SVkWW sec. 28, .. 0 Simons ----............... 64 ..... 2 SA TY 1.0 160 T 40 R 3- -59** D
T. 7 S., R. 22 1.
951-206-2 MWSk see. 28, A. H. Ferry J. McQuery 70 40 2 SA TC 1.0 160 T 18 3 1954 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 22 .
951-208-1 WhaUk sec. 30, Georigia Southern U. 3. McGreaw 228 105 6 F TC .5 145 T 69.32 5.19-59 -- N CF
T. 7 0., R. 22 5. and Florida
Railroad Co.
951-209-1 SFZlWk sec. 25, J. J. Brannen Sam Jordan 70 50 2 SA L .0 -------18 R 1956 --* D, I
T. 7 S., R. 21 .
951-209-2 ....... do ------- ------- do----- J. J. Brannn 25 ..... 1 V TV 1.6 ---------- 8.56 12- 1-59 .-951-213-1 MAN sec. 29, G, V. Rivers Chancey 11 ..... 2 V TC 1.8 ------.......... 5.42 11-27-59 ---T. 7 S., R. 21 E.
951-214-1 WhJ sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 23 t1 V TC 1.6 -- ------ 5.70 4- 7-59 -- 0 C
T. 7 S., 1. 21 S. Survey Conservation Service
951-214-2 3&W% sec. 30, F. 5. Davis F. S. Davis 55 55 2 SA TO 5.75 -----.......... 10.56 11-27-59 -T. 7 S., R. 21 1.
952-204-1 SESZk sec. 15, U.S. Geological Albert H. illet 284 234 4 r T 2.68 177 A 86.26 11-12-59 ---- 0 C
T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey
952-206-1 SWkSEk sec. 16, Laverence Heng ............... 90 ---- 2 SA L .0 ---------- 15 It ........----T. 7 S., R. 22 E.
952-209-1 SZFzNk sec. 24, B. T. Thomas Acme Drilling 89 ..... 6 SA L .0 .......... ------ 12 ........------ Id
T. 7 S., R. 21 Lumber Co. Co.
952-209-2 NZ~nZk sec. 24, L. H. Outlay J. Hegryi 93 --- 2 SA L .0 ......... 17 Ri 1953 -- D, Ir
T. 7 S., .. 21 E.




Casing Meauring point Water level
number Location Owner Driller w U a U Use Remarks
me952-210-1 S ec. 23, Meyer -- .
me 0 0 A1 0.5 U ~ 0. 5 A13 .0 *.0 em rC ~
0. 0 5. Nm 9 e6 A e *~
T. 7 S., R. 21 a 1- 5 -952-210-2 SCMI sec. 23, P. K. Bowers ............... TC .------------- 22.97 11-30-59 ---- N
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.
952-212-1 WSAlf sec. 21, A. E. Broughton Dyal 64 48 2 SA L .0 ---***------ 9 1 ---- D
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.
952-212-2 N Wk sec. 21, J. A. J.McKinney J. A. J.McKinney 48 --- L TC 1.9 ----- ---- 6----- D,
T. 7 S., R. 21 E.
953-204-1 IW4SWit see. 11, Eugene Griffis A. Magaryi 85 63 2 SA L .0 ---------- 29 R ...---- ---D,
T. 7 S., R. 22 E. I, S
953-205-1 SEkNAk see. 15, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 20 18 1% W TC 1.8 175 T 11.13 4- 7-59 0 CF
T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation
Service
953-208-1 SESPSk see. 7, Barry's J. Magaryi 95 60 2 SA L .0---------- 10 R 1950 D, P
T. 7 S., IR. 22 E. Restaurant
953-208-2 NicNkW sec. 18, tRayonier Inc. V. Forsythe 90 2 SA TCo .0 .--**-*-- 8.85 12- 359 ---- N
T. 7 S., R. 22 3.
953-210-1 lHcNk sec. 14, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 25 23 I W TC 1.6 149 T 2.93 4- 7-59 ---- 0 CF
T. 7 S., RI. 21 B. Survey Conservation Service
953-220-1 S kSWk see. 8, State Agri. Belmany 486 120 8 F TPB 1.0 124 A 51.32 5-20-59 72 Id
T. 7 S., RI. 20 E. Marketing Board
953-220-2 ....... do ....... ------- do------ Acme Drilling Ca 200 99 4 F L .0 124 T 52 R 1952 --- CF
954-204-1 SWkS k sec. 2, Luther Griffis A. Magaryi 58 68 2 SA TC .25---------- 28.75 12-23-59 **- N
T. 7 S., R. 22 3.
954-205-1 SWkNWk see. 3, W. E. Lason Sam Jordan 70 70 2 SA L .0-- *****-**-29 R 1952 ---- D, Ir
T. 7 S., RI. 22 E.
954-208-1 WOMNk sec. 7. Crescent Motel J. Magaryi ----- 2 SA L .0 ---------- 12 R ..-- -* 0. tr
T. 7 S., IR. 22 E. Court




Casil Ma.rLIdi paont Water level
Well
umber Locat on Owner Driller Use Remarks
95-209-1L SgkNGk sec. 12, Henry TMllinson Y. Griffits 60 L W L 0.0 .*** 12 1947 D, Ir
7. 7 S., A, 21 E.
954-210-1 NEkIW see. 11, J. L, Wynn J. Kageryl 90 2 SA L .0 150 T 8 A * ...* D, Ir
T. 7 S., R. 21 9. S
954212-1 SQtk)W sec. 4. Z. 0. Jones ............... 72 *** k W L .0 .......... 12 R ....... .... D, Ir
T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 5
955-204-1 SWSVk sec. 35, Ines Gray Floyd Stewart 75 ** 2 SA L .0.......... 30 R ........ .... D, Zr
T. 6 5., R. 22 3.
955-206-1 SSEkSF sec. 33, R. 5. Mullins A. Magaeryi 100 60 2 SA L .0 .......... 27 R 1955 .... D, r
T. 6 5., R. 22 E.
955-206*2 S.N.k sec. 32, W. A. Stearns J. Magaryi 70 58 2 SA L .0 .......... 15 R 10* *58 ***- 0, Ir
T. 6 S., R. 22 9.
955-219-1 NZ.ScWk sec. 32, Rouston Texas Layne-Atlantic 175 117 10 F TC .9 141 A 78.91 3-11-60 D, Id
T. 6 S., R. 20 Geas and Oil Co. Ca.
956-205-1 NkTZWk sec. 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 25 23 l W TC 2.8 165 T 16.83 4- 6*59 ---- 0 CF
T. 6 S.. R. 22 3. Survey Conservation
Service
956-206-1 WkSk sec. 28, City oE Starke Gray Well and 610 170 10 F L .0 166.36 EL 90 R 2. .42 **** P CF
T. 6 S., R. 22 E. PuLp Co.
956-206-2 ------. do----- ----.............. do ---------...................... 529 500 5 F TF 3.5 170 T 94.4 R 11. 7-34 ---- N -I
956-206-3 ------ do *....... .. do ...... Gray Well and 580 500 10 F TPB 3.5 166 T 80 R 1928 72 N 8-2
Pump Co.
956-206-4 --. -- do ------- ------ do------ ....................*--------- 90 60 2 SA L .0 166 T 20 R -------- 72 N 8-3
956-206-5 ------. do------- -.............. do ------- ---------------- 64 6 SA TC .0 166 T 28.60 5 5-58 N
956-206-6 lWLWkL sec. 28, ---....... do.-----* Stevens Southern 503 278 10 F TC 1 168.77 EL 94.19 7-28-42 73.5 P CF, 3-5
T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Co.
956-206-7 SWkWik sec. 28, ....... do.----- Gray Well and 607 280 18 F TPB .7 165 T 94.74 6-24-60 --- p
T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Pup Co.




Casing easurin point water Level It'S
*41 ^g a Use Remnarks urbt Locatic, Owner Driller ,c eW sk
956*208-1 WL,/.W k sec. 30, -.............. '...---......... 17 --- 1 T 2.2 142 367 1-12-57 74 I
T. 6 5., R. 22 E.
9560-208-2 SFk Nh sec. 31, *..**.........* V. Griffis 86--- L S .0 **---- 1R ----- --DI
. ., R 22 .
956-210-1 SF.kSEk sec. 27, Bradford County Libby and 350 *-- 1 ........... ..- ---- --D
.T. S,, 21 Free an
9576-203-1 lkNmEk sec. 23, Jaes Leech J. 17 Leech W TC 2.2 12 13.67 -12-57 74 I
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.
957-208-1 SekWSEk sec. 23, h. Stearns H. GrifSteanfis 86 65 SA L .0 ---------- 15 R *---- D Ir
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.
9537-206-1 SE S k sec. 21, Bradford County Libby and 350 10 F .0 --------- 8- -58 --- Dr
T. 6 S., R. 22 E. r an
957-207-1 SEks'k sec. 203, Austin SmitLeech Lech 0 66 2 A L .0 ------* 16 R- ....18 *---- N
T. 6 S., R, 22 E.
957-207-2 N kSEk sec. 20, In. Stearns H. Stearns 76 65 2 SA L .0 *--------19 152 ....---- D, Ir
T'. 6 S., R. 22 E.
957-209-1 SNWhkNEk sec. 21, .J.Marvi n Noegel . M Sgaryi 85 70 2 SA L .0 ****---* 32 8 ------- ---- D
T. 6 S., R. 21 E.
957-20712-1 SqSWk sec. 21, AustClifford J. Ma..garymh 5 ****......20 l L .......... . -9 ---- 0, S
T. 6 S., R. 21 2 ronin
957-20716-2 SEktW sec. 23, Inmanler Kelly Turnipseed 260 44 SA L .0 ------------34 1952 ---- D, Ir
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.
958-207-1 SSNE sec. 20, Brs. . Starling . Starling 17 ----- 2 L .0 - ----- *7~- -R .---- 1
T. 6 S., R. 22 E.
957-21209-1 SNkWk sec. 13, A.Clifford lis Magaryi 31 36 2 W T.o 1.05 150...T .. 2-6-59 ... --- r S
T. 6 S. R. 21 E. Browning
957-216-1 SEk1M~g see. 23, Mirler Kelly Turnipseed 42 --- 1*c I L .0-------------10 R-----------------D, Ir
T. 6 S., R. 21 E.
958-207-1 N.-kNE secr, 20, Mrs. E. L. Co--------------------75 --- 2 BA L .0-------------30 P. 1- -48 ---- D, IT
T. 6 s., R. 22 E.
958-209-1 NWkc8Wk sec. 13, A. C. Ellis A. Magaryi 31 36 2 Wd IW 1.05 150 T 9.46 12-16-59 ---IT Hf
T. 6 S., R. 21 E.
958-209-2 SWkN~W. sec. 13, ----- do ------ Roy Jordan 40 35 4 W TC 1.05 150 T 6.66 12-16-59 -*- Ir
T. 6 S., R. 21 E.




C44 pa HAa point W.leo level
number Location Ow r prtller Us ea4rks
l li ll I "" "~
959310-1 S tWk sec, 14, Leo Itchardson J. MKaryt 69 64 2 SA L 0.0 .......*.. 4 I 8 -58 .. o, Ir
T, 6 ., t. 21 I.
9$8-210-2 WkS2k ee, 14, W, C, Conner V. C, Conner 20 .. V L .0 .......... 4 1 . D, r,
T. 6 1., 1, 21 1. I
9580213-1 NIkBk sec. 18, Florlda Forest J. Wilhott 200 140 4 Y 1. .0 154 T 9.04 10-28-58 *... 0, Ir
T, 6 ,, 1. 21 1. Service
958-213-2 ISkWk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 8 15 1k W TC 2.0 .......... 4.48 4- 2-59 70 0
T, 6 S., A. 21 A. Survey Survey
958-215-1 S k k sec. 12, Mrs. HurtLe .............--------- 50 W L .0 ----- 15 ............---- D, Ir
7, 6 .8, 1. 20 Z. Cruse I
-.O 958-217-1 lOSlk see. 15, M. 1. Wiggins Penrod Driling 3,167 3,167 16 -- --- -----.......... --................ OT ClF, D, E
00 T. 6 S8, R 20 X. CO.
959-203-1 Wkk. seec. 12, Mark L. Starling H. L. Starling 115 8s 2 SA L .0 ------- 28 I 1954 -- D, Jr.
T. 6 S., 22 E. S
959-205-1 500A eec. 10, A. Tath ............... 55 V W TC .4 --------13.5 1- 6-60 -- D, ir,
T. 6 S., 1. 22 1. S 959-204-1 SkSlk sc. 4, 0.L. Brown 0. L. rown 58 50 1k V L .0 ------ 9 1 ........ ---D, Ir
T. 6 So, R. 22 E.
959-207-1 SkSFN sec. 8, Loanie Crawford ---------------- 65 2 SA L .0 --*---- 10 ........ --- I
T, 6 S., 1. 22 E. Jr.
959-209-1 SIlkSk sec. 12, .J. W. Brownmlee ........--------------- 94 ---- 4 SA L .0 ----------12 R ........ --- D, r,
T. 6 W., R. 21 1. 8 959-211-1 INkSk sec. 10, W. C. Ward W. C. Ward 25 1 W L .0 ----- 6 R ........ -- ------ D, 1
T. 6 S., R. 21 E. a 959-211-2 S1kSlk sec. 3, R, D. Reddish R. D. Reddish 26 2 W L .0 -------- 4 R ........ -- D, Ir,
T. 6 S., R. 21 959-215-1 WkS k sec. 12, Fronie Moody ............... --- -------- 80 --- 1 SA L .0 ---------- 10 ........ ----- -- Zr
To 6 8., R. 20 E.




Cs ng Measuring point Water level
U 00
Well a a
number Location Ouner Driller 4 Iuse Remarks a 'a' %. 0s a wrks
959-216-1 SQSEk sec. 2, Mrs. 14. H. Moody ------------- 130 2 SA L 0.0 ----- 40 R ----- -- D, Ir
T. 6 S., R. 20 E.
959-216-2 ---- do- ------- -------do ------- ---------------- 12 --- 30 W Teb 2.45 ---------- 5.70 12-21-59 ---- N
959-216-3 SEkSWj sec. 2, Harold Shiver Taylor 127---- -- SA L .0 -- ------ 4 R 1957 --- D, Ir
T. 6 S., R, 20 E.
000-210-1 SWkNEk sec. 2, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 30 28 1% W TC 2.0 132 T 4.28 4- 6-59 ---- 0 CF
T. 6 S., R. 21 E. Survey Conservation Service
000-210-2 ---- do -------------- do ---- Albert R. Mille 294 247 4 F TC 1.0 139 A 70.35 6-17-59 73 0 CF, 8, G
001-215-1 WkNZk sec. 36 B. B. Johns --- --------- 75 2 SA L .0 -------- 12 R 2- -60 ---- D, Ir
T. 5 S., R. 20 E.
002-203-1 NA:SZk sec. 24 E. I. du Font Stevens Southern 725 330 16 F L .0 200 T 130 R 4-12-59 70 Id CF
T. 5 S., R. 22 E. and Co. Co.
003-203-1 NEkNlk sec. 24, ------- do------ ------- do ---- 774 442 16 F TC 1.0 195 EL 126.51 6-28-60 70 Id
T. 5 S., R. 22 E.
003-211-1 NWkSA sec. 15, Florida State Smith and 700 275 12 F TC 1.6 128.78 EL 62.19 5-19-59 ---- F
T. 5 S., R. 21 E. Prison Gillespie Co.
004-204-1 NEhSW seec. 11, J. S. Eunice --- ----- -- 102 95 2 SA TC 1.5 D-------6 R 1952 ---- D
T. 5. S., R. 22 E.
004-204-2 NEkNEk sec. 11, Mrs. Selma ---------- 100 92 2 SA TC 1.0 -------- 7 R 1941 D
T. 5. S., R. 22 1. Eunice
004-205-1 NEMM sec. 10, R. K. Wheeler N. Hamilton 85 71 1 SA TC 1.0 ---------- 4 R 1940 D
T. 5. S., R. 22 E.
004-205-2 NW Ek sec. 10, D. A. Crisis Fred Long 104 104 1 SA TC 1.0---------- 5 1946 --- D
T. 5 S., 1R. 22 E.
005-203-1 NWtSES sec. 1, E. Prescott Stokes 111 105 2 SA TC 1.0 165 T 11.97 2-16-60 -- D
T. 5 S., R. 22 Z.




C440 n __ N du i jl5L.* WaJ r Level
N
wall 4 Is w a* lwI
ube r Loslmdr littler I, I ~ iib
005.203-2 WNEA see. 1, Deverest Grifttli Stokes 129 2 SA TC 1.0 185 T 40.64 23-L6-60 -.-- D
T. 5 S., A. 22 3.
006-203-1 SEkNWk sec. 36, Florida Forest Burnett 189 155 2 SA TC .0 210 T 55 a 1954 .... D T. 4 1., A. 22 1. Service
007-203-1 SWkNl sec. 25, St. Mary's Craft *.......... 140 98 2 SA TC .5 185 T 40 R 2- -59 .... D
T. 4 5. ,P. 22 3. Corp.
Clay County
943-202-1 SUIWk sec. 7, U.S. Geological U.S. Sail 20 17 1l V TC 2.0 174 T 7.86 4. 6-59 **** 0 C
T. 9 S., 1. 23 g, Survey Comervation
o Service
0 943-202-2 S kS see. 7. -....... do ....... Central Florida 159 124 4 F -- .........-- ----- -- ...........--- ---- Deo, CF
T. 9 S., 1. 23 B. Veil Drillers
943-202-3 --- do- ---- ....... -- do .............. do ....... 259 204 4 Y TP 2.8 180 A 88.76 5-11-60 --- 0 Cl, a
89.36 6-27-60
944-159-1 SzkST sec. 33, ---*- do *--- U.S. Soil 30 28 tk W TC 1.6 118 T 19.98 4- 6-59 --- 0 C
T. 8 S., I. 23 9, Conservation 19.79 6-26-59 Service
94-159-2 aksuk sec, 34, George Clemens Erneast cGoLliLe 165 90 4 F TC .0 110 T 15 R 5- -59 --- IZr T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
944-159-3 -- --- do--- ---do--- do .............. do- ....... 134 103 2 7 ..---.. ----....... 110 T ----........ -----........-.... IZr
944-159-4 SW sk sec. 34, W. B. Stanley V. B. Stanley 115 90 2 SA TC 1.0 .......... ----- 35 R 6- -57 --- D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
944-159-5 RkWk sec. 3. J. A. Goodson Sea Jordan 97 ..... 2 SA TC .0 .......... -----30 1 3* -55 --- 0
T. 9 S., R. 23 g.
945-200-1 STWUW sec. 33, E. D. Hayner D. Eubanks 95 85 2 SA TC .0 130.84 EL 28.73 8-26-59 --- S
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.




Casing Measurin point Water level
Well a Use Remarks number Location Owner Driller w w a :: : e
Sa'. .,
.a a- A e a a A .
945-200-2 SEkNWk sec. 33, Bisbee R. Matheas 98 86 2 SA TC 0.0 --------- 27 R 5- -59 .*** D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
945-201-1 WkSWk sec. 32, U.S. Geological Central Florida 145 116 4 F L .0 *-- **---- 33.69 2- 2-60 73 --- Ds, CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drillers
945-201-2 --- do--------- ------- do ------- do------- d- 186 161 4 F L .0 126 A 32.04 3-24-60 ---- 0 CF
945-201-3 NWkSl seac. 32, T. W. Baker ............... 85 2 SA TCo .5 -**------ 12.54 8-25-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
945-202-1 NE4NWk sec. 31, Ralph C. L. Ovwnbey 147 102 2 F L .0 ---------- 37 R 4-23-58 D, I
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Ridenour
945-202-2 SW kHNW sec. 31, Gus Alderman E. HcGollie 158 .. 2 V L .0------- -- 56 R 7- -59 ---- r,
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
945-202-3 SZkWk sea. 31, ------ do ------ Sam Jordan 90 2 SA C .2- --- 35.3 8- 6-59 N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
945-202-4 NwkNh sec. 31, Werner E. McGollie 70 2 SA L .0 ----------15 1 1951 ---- D, I
T. 8 S., R. 23 Z.
946-156-1 NZkSAk sec. 24, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 29 27 l W TC 1.0 94 T 8.83 4- 6-59 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation
Service
946-159-1 NIjkNE sec. 27, ....... do------- ------- do-----.......-- 45 42 1 W TC 2.3 12 T 30.29 4- 6-59 -- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
946-159-2 SWSWh sec. 22, E. Glison D. Eubanks 130 105 2 A ---- ------- 120 T .**.*.* .......D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
946-159-3 SkSEM sec. 21, R. H. Allen Sam Jordan 137 89 2 SA TC 1.0 115 T 22.00 9-16-59 D
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
946-159-4 NWkN8 sec. 27, U.S. Geological Central Florida 249 193 4 F L .0 130 T 4054 3-22-60 ---- 0 CF, 8, G
T. 8 S., R. 23 5. Survey Well Drillers 41.27 4-22-60
946-200-1 SWkNWk sec. 26, Dykes ............... 20 20 l W TC .5 ---* 6.84 10-26-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.




.. Cas -e a asf l Point Water Level Wet!" '.5 I U A wcatton owor Driller ~ I ~~Ue Suk
946-200-2 SkNWk sc, 28 3. L, Ceiger .............. 23 23 1k W TC 1,2 .......... 9,00 10.26.59 ... N
1. 8 ,, 3, 23 1.
946-200-3 ....... do ....... W, v. Cox HcGollLe 121 55 2 SA L. .0 .......... 33 R O- .53 DI r
946-200-4 ....... do ....... C, GCibbe ....... do ....... l8 30 4 W 'TC .95 .......... 13,47 10*26-59 .... N
946-200-5 Nakak sec. 29, Seth Kennedy ................ 92 .* 2 SA TC .6 .......... 16.11 10-29-59 .*.. N
T. 8 S., 23 E.
946-202-L SWWLk sec, 30, U,S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 1k V TC 5,0 106.88 EL 6.68 6-26-58 72.5 0 CF
7. 8 S., 3. 23 3, Survey Coneervation
Seri~vce
946-202-2 NWk, sac, 30, ....... ------do .............. do ....... 50 so50 1k W C 2,0 117.31 EL 20.70 6-18-58 .... 0 CF
T, 8 S., R. 23 E.
N 946-202-3 Nkitkt sec. 19, ....... do .......-....... do------- 50 50 1k W TC 3.0 135.77 EL 29.97 6-25-58 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., 3. 23 8.
946-202-4 IMkNEk sec. 30, Keyston VWater Acae Drilling 492 189 8 F 7C 1.0 150 T 62.27 12-15-59 -* P CF, 9
7. 8 S., R. 23 Works Co.
947-156-1 sWtNk sac. 18, Mrs. Mary Smith A. Rhoden 113 ----- 2 SA ---- ------- 95 T ................ .-* D
T. 8 6S., 24 1.
947-200-1 HNES k sec. 17, H, A. Dale ............... -------------- 31 ..... 1 TC .4 125 T 14.53 10-20-59 ---- N
7T. 8 S, ,. 23 E.
947-200-2 ---*- do------ Corbett ............... 20 **-- V W TC 1.1 115 7 4.89 10-20-59 .... N
967-200-3 -----* do *---- U.S. Geological 8. W. Layman 134 91 2 SA TC 2.1 .......... 48.72 2-18-60' -.--- 0 CF
Survey Well Drilling
947-201-1 5VANEk eec. 19, Keystone Water Gray Well end 332 184 8 F ---- ------- 139.9 EL ------- -------- 73.8 P CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 8. Works Pump Co.
947-201-2 ---- do ------- ------ do-----** Duval Drilling 450 147 8 F ---- ------------------------ ....... ---Co.




number Location owner Driller ,,. o a UseR.ar u !
o 0- I'4
..,.___ __ __ =* = Al _.
947-201-3 NEMkM sec. 19, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 62 40 I4 W TC 0.0 119.63 EL 18.5 6-17-58 .... 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation
Service
947-201-4 SWINZ sec. 17, ------ do ---- Albert H. Miller 307 167 4 F TC 2.7 153.28 E1. 66.32 9-11-59 ---- 0 CF, E, G.
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-5 WRNWh sec. 20. J. U. Simerel B. McGollie 105 65 2 SA TC .6 138 T 37 R 1- -56 **.* N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-6 ---*- do------- R. H. Jackson H. L. Ownbey 217 174 2 F L .0 138 T 61 R 7-31-59 ---- D, Ir
947-201-7 SEkSgk sec. 18, Frank Hooney ............... ----------- 21 ---- W TC .9 125 T .46 10-19-59 .... N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-8 SEkSWk sec. 17, Raoy W. Tyre H. L. Ownbey 119 ----- 2 SA L .0 152 T 47 R 8-15-52 D, Ir
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-9 SWkSEk sec. 17, E. L. Southwell ..---------------- 22 **- 1 W TT 1.2 125 T 12.94 10-19-59 N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-10 SEkS.k sec. 17. F. M. Gaige Sam Jordan 118 2 SA TCo .7 160 T 54.3 10-19-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-201-11 ------ do------- C. E. Moody ------ do ---**- 190 ..... 2 P L .0 125 T 46 R 1952 .... D
947-201-12 aWkSZ~k sec. 17 W. P. Wilson wright 87 84 2 SA TC .3 125 T 21.65 10-20-59 ---- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 C.
947-201-13 --** do ------- ------- do------- H. L. Ovunbey 159 ..... 2 SA L .0 130 T 57 R 1956 .... D
947-201-14 ?WhSWk sec. 17, U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 112 83 2 SA TC 1.8 140.43 EL 27.60 2-26-60 70.5 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling
947-201-15 do------ -----------d------- ----- do -------- 43 40 2 V TC 1.7 140.33 EL 26.23 2-26-60 ---- 0
947-201-16 NWh, sec. 20, ....... d-------------- do ----- 144 61 2 SA TC 2.4 147.41 EL 48.10 3-31-60 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.
947-201-17 do ------- ------- do ------- --do ------- 43 40 2 u TC 2.15 147.16 EL 36.07 3-31-60 0




Ga ai Measuring point 4 Vc flLevoJ
number Lacs&tLou Dwner Drtiler USe Remarks jF, Il I I. l- '. .J
947-201-18 NW%~W se, 17, U,S. Geological J. J. Hare 147 80 6 SA TC 1.95 ....... 27.22 4-12-60 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 ., A, 23 9, Survey
947-202-1 IKsMik sec. 18, S, Z. Thompson H. L. Ownbey 271 262 2 F L .0 122 T 67 R 7-31*59 75 D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 8.
947-202-2 S3%SAW see. 18, C, L. Purdy ...............-- -------- 36 W TC 3.3 ---.......... 23.92 10-16-59 *-- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 1.
947-202-3 ....... do. .............. do ...................... 21 2 w TC .45 ..........-- ........- ........- .... N WI
947-202-5 NZSWk sec. 18, Mrs. W. G. D. Eubanks 120 2 SA ........... 125 T ........ ............ D
T. 8 S., R. 23 I, Carpenter
947-202-6 .. do....... ...... -- do -........................... ..... I .... ....... 125 ........ ............ N
00
11947-202-8 ....... do- ...... 5, F. Thompson ............... 23 150 2 W TC .4 128 T 13.82 10-19-59 .... N
947-202-9 8AW8N sec. 18, Devey Cannon ........... .... . .. TC 1.55 128 T ........ ............ IrZ
T. 8 S. R. 23 3.
947-202-10 S1M sec. 18, Turner ............... 150 --- 2 SA ........... .......... ........ ................ 0, Ir
T. 8 8. R. 23 Z,
947-202-11 SMSN% sec. 18, U.S. Geological W, Layman 180 78 2 IA TC 2.2 149 EL 36.04 3-22-60 ..--.. 0 CF
T. 8 S., 1. 23 E. Survey Well DriniIng
947-202-12 do....... ..... --- do---- ---............. do ---....... 40 40 2 W TC 2.1 148.97 EL 26.86 3-22-60 --- 0
947-202-13 SUlks sec. 18, ....... ----do---- ----do---- 449 440 2 7 TC .0 123.32 EL 30.19 4-28-60 ..---.. 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 Z,
947-202-14 ----.. d.. ............. do ------ -------do----....... 46 43 2 W TC .0 123.37 EL 9.7 3-10-60 70.5 0
947-202-15 WNW sec. 19, ------ do------- ------ do ------- 93 64 2 SA TC 2.2 127.16 EL 32.72 3-15-60 71.5 0 CF
T. 8 S.. 1. 23 E.
947-202-16 ---- do---- ---.............. do---- -----..............do ------- 29 26 2 V TC 2.0 127.02 EL 13,03 3-15-60 71.3 0




Casing dasuria point Water level
r Locatio Oer miller Use Remarks
----------- IM M
947-202-17 SikN sec. 19, U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 147 51 2 SA TC 0.0 131.33 EL 34.85 3-31-60 ---- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23.E. Survey Well Drilling
947-202-18 WW3E sec. 19, ----- do ----- J. J. Eare 168 147 6 F TC 2.4 127.4 EL 37.93 5-18-60 --- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-202-19 NEM*S sec. 18, ....... do- ....... L. ounbey 85 78 2 SA TC 2.7 145.27 EL 40.09 5-30-60 -- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
947-202-20 ---- do- ------- -------do------- ------ do------- 26 19 2 V TC 2.3 144.91 EL 20.14 5-30-60 ---- 0
947-202-21 ------ do ------ -------do ----- U.S. Geological 12 12 1\ V TC 3.0 ---------- 10.75 7-18-60 ---- 0
Survey 10.62 7-29-60 947-202-22 ---- do------- ------- do------- -------do ---- 2.5 2.5 1 W TC .0 .......... -------1.71 7-18-60 ---- 0
948-154-1 SE~E M sec. 17, 8. Sibley R. L. Ownbey 64 48 2 SA TC .2 --------- 11.77 6-24-58 --- D
T. 8 S., R. 24 E.
948-154-2 ~SE sec. 9. M. L. COrosby ............... -- ------ 192 ---- 2 SA TC .5 100 T 31 R 1957 ..--.. D
T. 8 S., R. 24 8.
948-155-1 NEMSq sec. 8. U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 25 14 W TC 2.0 112.69 EL 13.78 6-26-58 70.6 0 C1
T. 8 S., R. 24 E. Survey Conservation
Service
948-200-1 K~N8k sec. 17,- ....... do .......---- ....... do ....... 49 47 1 V TC 2.4 132.07 EL 39.97 4- 6-59 --- 0 C1
T. 8 B.. R. 23 z.
948-200-2 WkHWk sec. 16, Ernest Burch ............... ---------- 15 --- 1 W TC 1.0 107.71 EL 13.05 12-11-59 -- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
948-200-3 ....... do---- .......- ------- do ...................... 23 ..... V TC 1.2 108.38 EL 13.32 12-11-59 --.... N
948-200-4 NkNl k sec. 17. U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 126 76 2 SA TC 2.15 136.09 SL 42.6 2-24-60 71 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 S. Survey eil Drilling
948-200-5 -....... do-- .......------ do------- ------do-- ....... 49 46 2 W TC 2.2 136.13 SL 38.44 3-22-60 -.... 0
948-200-6 ....... - do- .......------ do------- ------ do--- ....... 68 68 2 V TC 2.25 136.23 ZL 37.83 3-22-60 ---- 0
948-200-7 ....... do ------------......--do ....... J.. J. are 136 83 6 SA TC 2.2 --------- 41.0 5-18-60 ---- 0 C




C a ssesurl peIoa esle level
veil I I number 5,oceston Owe rler Use 1104140
948*301-1 Subsk se., S Y.M.C.A. Gray Well and 395 L51 4 F .... ....... 32.9 SL ....... ........ CF
,. a ., A. 23 I. tump Co.
948-20-32 IkIlk ec. 17, U.S. Geological Albert a. Mle .... F .... *....... 140 T ........ ............ D, C
T. 8 S., 2. 23 3. Survey
948-201-3 Wktk see. 17, Roward Tucker H. L. Ownbey 98 63 2 SA L 0.0 131 1 37 R 3-19-57 .... D, Ir
T. 8, S, 23 t.
948-201-4 SUk WM sec. 17, Hlndia ....... do ....... 109 84 2 SA L .0 135 T 38 a 8*11-58 .. D, I
T. i S, 23 3.
948-201-5 ....... do- ...... MarLon S. owles ....... do ..... 91 2 SA L .0 130 15 7- 9-51 ... i,
CO 948-201-6 M rfSk sec. 8, ead ....... do ....... 142 84 2 SA L .0 125 T 46 1- -56 .-- D
07, 8 S., 1. 23 1.
948-201-7 SSU% sec. 8, U.S. Geological B. H. Layman 122 76 2 F TC 2.2 139.53 EL 52.36 2-18-60 ---- 0 C
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling
968-201- ----- do------- .....do...do........... -da ------- 43 40 2 H TC 2.3 139.47 EL 26.52 2-18-60 71.5 0
948-201-9 kglk see. 8, ....... do .............. do ....... 149 94 2 SA TC 1.9 163.02 EL 49.12 2-19-60 70.5 0 C
T. 8 S., 1. 23 1.
948-201-10 -- do---- ----....... do------------- do- ---- 53 50 2 T'C 2.0 162.64 EL 45.6 2-19-60 70.5 0
948-201-11 Eck seec. 17. --- do---- ....--....... do ....... 141 61 2 SA TC 2.05 131.24 EL 20.76 3- 2-60 0 C
T. 8 S.. 1. 23 E.
948-201-12 ----- --------------do .-. d------ ------ do------- 32 29 2 V TC 2.1 131.19 17.81j 3- 2-60 70.5 0
948-201-13 SlSR k sec. 8, .------- do --- U.S. Geological 18 18 1k V TC .0 ---------- 14.43 7-18-60 --- 0
T. 8 S., 1. 23 Z. Survey 14.20 7-29-60 948-202-1 SAkW sec. 18, James C. Hall H. L. Ounbey 172 152 2 F L .0 118 T 37 z 9-18-59 D, 1 T. 8 5.,. 23 E.
948-202-2 ----- do ---- F. .Saucer ...... ---- do ...... 172 145 2 F L .0 118 T 33 K 7-31-59 D, 1
948-202-3 --- do ....... J. F. HloPkins PartrLdge Well 105 --- 2 SA ---- ------- 123 T' ------------- D.I
Dr/iLing Co.---D




Cas a suri_ n po Voint ater level
948-2024 kWk se. U.S. Geolocl B. remarks La C
T. 8 S. D. 23 E. Survey ell DrIlling
948-202-5 -d--------------do-.....---. do- 67 64 2 V T 1.75 172.51 I. 55.57 3-17-60 71 0
968-202-6 NWkUk see. 18, -.. --o.. ----..---d- 145 60 2 SA TC 1.9 146.74 EL 48.76 3-18-60 71.5 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E.
948-202-7 ------do----- ------ do-----.......---------do------- 43 40 2 TC 1.8 146.63 EL 31.63 3-18-60 ---- 0
948-2028 .----- do------- -------do - J. J. Hare 250 193 6 F TC 2.0---------- 57.46 4-25-60 72 0 CF. G
949-157-1 NkHHtk sec. 12, W. L. Ivey E. J. Plemans 113 82 2 SA TC .0 98 T 17.27 923-58 -- D
T. 8 S. R. 23 1.
00 949-157-2 ----- do ....... Ollie Holland .....-- do------- ----- 137 1 SA ----- ------ ---- -- - -- - D
S949-157-3 do- arl Zink d--...-------- 117 2 A ---- ------- ---------- ------- -------- ---- D
949-157-4 SWkSk sec. 1, ilorida Park V. C. Mickle 181 115 6 SA ---- ------- ---------- -------- -------- ---- C
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Service
949-157-5 -- --do----- ---....... -- do ....... Gray Waell and 202 88 6 ---- ------- ---------- -------- ------- 73.4 CF
Pump Co.
949-157-6 ......-do------- -------do ---- C. C. C. 110 4 IA TC .0 137 T 57.55 9- 5-58 -*
949-158-1 SekWk sec. 2, Wester and Duval Drilling 450 10 ---- ------- ---------- ---------------- 74 Id
T. 6 S., R. 23 E. Conrad Sand Co. Co.
949-158-2 SWkMk sec. 2. All Florida Sand ----- do ---- 460 218 10 r -- ----- 173 T ------- ----- 74 Id CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Co.
949-158-3 SWkWk sec. 2, ....... do ...... McGoLLe 300 2 F TC .5 150 T 87.43 7-27-59 -- N
T. 8 S., R. 23 B.
949-158-4 SkSEk seea. 3. Stanley Director L. Owbey 78 70 2 SA L .0 .---*-- 21 R 6-14-56 -*- D, r
T. 8 S., R. 23 3.
949-159-1 53SWk sec. 3, U. u. Geological ..Soi 38 38 1 H TC 1.9 167 T 24.36 4- 6-59 *- 0 CF
T. 8 S., R. 23 I. Survey Snsie
Sezice




Caug eHaseura point Wcar level
number 1oaton QOner Driller Use AeErks
949,159-2 884W sec. 3, Dr. .5 H. L. Ownbay 70 ** 2 SA L 0.0 **.* 19 3 3*25,$7 ... 0, Ir
T. a 5., 3. 23 5, Simons
949*201-1 S3kVU sece 5, U.S. Geologtcal U.S. Soll 22 20 1% W TC 2.5 127.76 EL 5.22 6-26-58 *.*. 0 CF
T. 8 S., R, 23 B. Survey Conae rvaton iService
949-202-1 HE1Wk sec. 6. U.S. Army Gray Well and 474 198 10 F TPS 2.0 165.02 EL 75.76 5-21-59 .... P Cy
T. 8 S., R. 23 3. Pump Co.
950-137-2 HU WJM sec. J2, E. J. Hickey ............... 400 ..... 4 F TT 3.0 20 A +14.4 2-16-60 71 D, S
T. 7 S., 3. 27 8.
950-143-1 SWWk sec. 32, Union lag and ................138 2 $A TE .5 112 T 15.32 3-16-56 ..--.. D
T. 7 S,, 8. 26 R. Paper Co.
950-155-1 SWHWN see. 32, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 13 11 1t W TC 1.5 151 T 2.74 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T. 7 S., it. 24 E. Survey oC4nervation service
950-155-2 5WSE7 sec. 32, George H. Lewis Brewer 295 .... 3 F TC .5 165 T 65 3 1948 *-* 0
T. 7 S., R. 24 E. ValledJuli
950-157-1 W kNms sec. 36 Florida Park V. C. Mickle 225 137 4 F TC .0 213 T 70.65 9-22-58 .... N CF
T. 7 S., R. 23 S. Service
950-157-2 ....... do ------- ------- do -- Gray VWell and 545 100 6 F TCo 1 214.2 EL 129.18 5- 9-60 73.2 P CF
Pump Co.
950-202-1 Shs sec. 31, U.S. Army ---- do ----- 535 243 8 F L .0 180.0 SL 102 R 7- -42 ---- P CF
T. 7 S., R. 23 .
951-137-1 SWkNEt sec. 29, Frank Willimas Louis Ivey 360 80 6 F TT 1.0 11 A +21.1 1-19-59 75 D, 6 C-23
T. 7 S., R. 27 S.
951-137-2 W~S, sec. 29, W. C. College J. Frazier 329 50 4 F ...-- ....... ----11 T ........-------- 75.8 D. 8 C-24
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.
951-137-3 WkJNh sec. 32, C. J. Hicks ----------------- 4 F(? IT 3.5 21 A +17.7 2-16-60 72 0, 8
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.
951-154-1 WkNZk sec. 28, George H. --------------- 277 88 6 F TC .0 135 T 34.88 5-21-59 --- N
T. 7 S., R. 24 E. ValledjulL




Casg Measurin point Water level
* .
Well a
number Location Ouwner Driller use Remark
951-156-1 SWkWk sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 25 1 W TC 2.3 211 T 6.17 4- 6-59 ---- 0 C
T. 7 S., 1R. 24 E. Survey Conservation Service
951-156-2 ----- do ----- George H. D. Eubanks 204 165 2 F TC .0 210 T 19.75 5-25-59 ---- S
Valledjuli
951-201-1 SHSZ sec. 29, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 1 V TC 2.8 136.77 EL 5.69 6-22-58 67.5 0
T. 7 S., R. 23 S. Survey Conservation Service
952-137-1 NWkWk sec. 20, Les Binns -------* 500 150 4 F TT 2.0 11 A +27.2 2- 5-60 --- D
T. 7 S., R. 27 B.
952-137-2 SW1kS, sec. 20, F. Williams R. L. Williams 330 180 2 F TB .0 3 A +34.8 2-16-60 76 D
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.
952-137-3 ....... -- do------- ------- do---- Brever 62 --- 2 SA T 1.0 3 A +2.6 2-16-60 71 N
952-139-1 SBI~N seec. 23, Mrs. Mae Lytle --------------- 220 2 F L .0 .------ 22 R 1952 D
T. 7 S., R. 26 E.
952-147-1 NZkSEk sec. 22, William Moody R. Driggers 134 80 2 SA TPB 1.00 ---------- 7.41 1- 8-60 -- D
T. 7 S., R. 26 S.
952-147-2 SWHSHk sec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 319 290 4 F TC 2.55 99 T 16.80 4-28-60 ---- 0 CF, E, G
T. 7 S., R. 25 C. Survey Well Drillers
952-147-3 WkSWk sec. 22, H. A. Moody J. W. Moody 161 151 2 SA TE 2 97 T 8.55 21058 -T. 7 S., R. 25 3.
952-148-1 SE SWk sec. 21, B. L. Moody B. McGollie 246 42 2 SA L .0 ------ 21 R 8 -59 --- D
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.
952-155-1 NES1k sec. 20, George H. d------ 39 2 V TC 1.0 160 T 7.27 9-17-59 ---- S
T. 7 S., R. 24 X. Valledjuli
952-201-1 S9kN4E sec. 19, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 1% H TC 2.8 181.33 EL 3.78 6-22-58 71.5 0 CF
T. 7 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation Service
953-137-1 W~Wk sec. 17, Gertrude Herbert R. L. Williams 245 100 2 F TC 1.0 4 A +24.0 2- 5-60 69 D
T. 7 S., R. 27 E.




Cas s easurLa pyat a Uer lew
nmber oceston Over Dr6Ler Use Reserks
______ _____ _____a r4 I _
953*138.1 g14014 se, 7. P. L, WLlsmann L, breer 494 274 4 P TCr 0,5 11 A +26,2 2. 5.60 73 0, 11 T, 7 1, 1. 27 3.
953-140-1 lWS ass. 14, Albert Johnson Albert Johnson 60 ***1* W L .0 r.......... 15 I 11 -59 --T. 7 S., A. 26 9.
953-153-1 fkNik sec. 15, 0., J. Murrhee ................ 232 6 TC .6 98 A 16.63 8- 4.59 .... D. Ir
T. 7 S., R. 24 6
953*154-1 Mc1ZSk sec, 9, U.S. Geological U.S, loil 13 11 1% W TC 1.8 95 T 3.88 4- 6*59 ---- 0 CF
T. 7 S., 1. 24 1. Survey cnsirvation l
954*138-1 NUNt see. 7, Mrs. Gene Taylor D. C. Harden- ..... ..... .... (?) T 1.8 12 T +28.2 2- 5-60 .... D
T. 7 S., R. 27 E. brook
954-138-2 SVSWk ses. 6, Leroy Idenfleld -.--... do ................. 3 F(?) TCo .0 16 A +25.5 2- 8-60 73.5 D, s
T, 7 S., R. 27 1.
954-138-3 ----. do.---- W. Hawkins Pique 366 3 F TFa 1.6 16 A +23.5 2-15-60 73.5 D. Ir
954-140-1 9SVSk sec. 2, JLmmy Compton Jtaiy Compton 35 *** 1 L .0 .......... 15 R 12- -.5 ....--- D, Zr
T. 7 S., R. 26 5.
954-153-1 SVSkW sec. 3, 0. J. Murrhee ---------............- 60 -- 1 .... ....... .......... ...... D
T. 7 S., R. 24 R,
954-153-2 WitSW eec. 10, ------ do ---- Weeks 185 80 2 SA L .0 95 'T 16 R 1953 --.. D, I
T. 7 ., R. 24 .
955-140-1 8IhS7% sec. 34, Mrs. 0. L. --- --------- 137 - 2 SA TC 1.07---------- 18.29 2- 8-60 --T. 7 S., R. 26 E. Clevenger
955-141-1 SkS k esec. 34, C. R. Peeples ...............---- ------ 26 L .0 ......---- 15 R --- "--" ** Do, I
T. 6 S., R. 26 E. S 955-145-1 SZkNk sec. 2, H. H. Moody ------------- 238 140 2 SA ------------ ...... .13 R 1957 ---* D,
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.
955*145-2 --- do ----- Jay Daniels Duke 200 2 SA --- ----D ------ -- -.... ........ **** D




Cas n Mari ni Water level ao
wal 4 aa 21J a 'a number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks O'a ~ ~ ~ 1 A8 a~ 14" a Us eak
955-146-1 NkNEk sec. 2, Janie Craven Duke 240 2 F L 0.0 .-* 15 R 1957 --- D S.
T. 7 S., R. 25 E.
955-153-1 SWkSWk see. 34, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 18 15 it W TC 2.1 92 T 3.44 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T. 6 S., R. 24 S. Survey gor ato
956-139-1 Land rant, sec. 38, Mrs. L. M. L. T. Ivey 389 200 6 F TT 2.5 24 A +18.9 1-12-59 73.5 S C-21
T. 6 S., R, 26 Hankins
956-158-1 89S8k sec. 26, U.S. Army ----------117 117 12 SA 'TC 2 153.42 EL 77.08 10-20-58 ---- N
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.
956-158-2 NEWh see. 35, ....... do - Gray Well and 580 358 10 F L .0 162.37 EL. 83 R 5- -41 -- CF
T. 6 S., R. 23 3. Pump Co.
956-159-1 WhSWk sea. 27, ------- do------ Stevens Southern 718 312 10 F L .0 228.87 EL 151 R 5 -41 --- F
T. 6 S., R. 23 3. Co.
956-159-2 SEtWk sec. 34, ------ do------- ------ do---- 695 292 12 L .0 188.22 EL 117 R 5 -41 --- P CF
T. 6 S., R. 23 3.
956-159-3 S8SEk sec. 27, ------- do------ -------do ---- 581 316 10 F L .0 162.37 EL 84.5 R 5- -41 -- P CF
T. 6 8., R. 23 E.
957-138-1 Land grant, see. 38, John Hall Partridge Well 222 --- 3 1F TT 1.75 ---------- +17.1 11-20-58 73.6 S
T. 6 S., R. 26 S. Drilling Co.
957-141-1 ....... do ---- David S, Lee -------- 403 400 2 F L .0 --------- 1.5 ------ -- D Ir
957-144-1 SANWk sec. 30, Arthur Knowles 3. W. Moody 140 --- 2 SA L .0 ----- 8 R 1954 ---- D. Ir
T. 6 S., R. 26 E.
957-157-1 SWNHWk sea. 24, U.S. Army Gray Well and 680 377 10 F L .0 151.42 EL 78.0 R 5- -41 P CF
T. 6 S., R. 23 1. Pump Co.
957-158-1 Sk8 k sec. 23, ------ do-- .............. do 290 125 12 F --- ------ 190.22 EL --- -- -* N CF
T. 6 1., R. 23 B.
957-158-2 ....... -do ....... .- ... do .............. do ----- 766 372 12 F---- -- 161.0 EL ------- P




957.200-1 NWkfWk gt, 2, Roy Ward J. Without 309 209 5 SA L 0,0 303 T 48.95 7- .58 .... D T, 6 , 23 3.
957-200-2 ....... do ....... d -....... o .......d....... o ....... 100 ...** 4 W ..* ****.** 203T N
957*200-3 ....... do ....... U.S. Osological U.S. Geological 12 10 1 W TC 1,0 203 T 7.29 7- 8-58 .... 0
Survey Survey
957-2021 W5 se., 19, -....... do ....... Uo.S. ol Conser 20 18 l W T 1,9 221 T 3.22 4- 6-59 --- 0 CF
T. 6 S., R. 23 X. vraton Service
958-137-1 Land grant, se,47, H. R. Wigand D. Hardenbrook 400 .... 3 F I 1,0 4 A +21,2 2-1060 72 D
T, 6 B., R.27 .,
958-138-1 Land grant, sec.38, U.S. Navy Duval Drilling 600 301 12 F L .0 10 T +12.6 R 3- -55 ---- Ir CF
T. 6 S,, R. 26 !. Co.
958-138-2 Land grant, see, 30, J. P. Hall D. Hardenbrook 475 3 F TFa 1.3 3 A +20,9 2-10-60 73 D, Ir
T. 6 B., R. 27 .
958-139-1 Land grant, sec.38, U.S. Navy Stevens Southern 650 276 8 F TV 1.0 13.14 EL +16,2 1- 5-59 77 P CF, Clay-7
T. 6 S., R. 26 S. Co.
958-139-2 ....... do ....... ....... do ....... Layne-Atlantic 650 282 8 F TT 3.5 ........... +20,0 9- 3-46 .... P C-22, Clay-22
Co.
958-140-1 ....... do- ....... Mrs. Emilyn Crovwles .----- ---- --. F(?) TT 2 16 A +13,6 2- 9-60 .... D
Arranta
958-144-1 NZhNWk sec. 18, C. MH, Gray Well and 420 220 8 F TC 1.2 92 T 20.2 6- 6-34 ---- N C-20
T. 6 S., R. 26 E. Burkhalter, Jr. Pump Co.
958-145-1 NEkNE sec. 14, James Craig 181 147 2 SA --- ------- 82 T .......-- ......... .... D
T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Wilkinson
958-148-1 SWkWk see. 16, Foremost --------............... 118 ..... 6 SA L .0 .......---------.. 18 R 1956 71.5 P
T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Properties
958-148-2 ....... do ------- ------- do------- Gray Wall and 550 260 8 F L .0 82.86 EL 14 R ........-------- ...----. N OF
Pump Co.




Casing Measurin! point ater Level
wal Us Remark
number Location Owner Driller Us Rmarks eo, ,,a ,Sta d,, ,,
958-148-3 SSHkW sec. 16, Memoral Home Stevens southern 407 280 10 F L 0.0 97.15 EL 12.5 R 1950 --- F CF
T, 6 S., R. 25 E. Community Co.
958-149-1 NHhSWk sec. 17, Foremost Proper- ------------------ --- 8 F TO -7.54 94 T 13.55 11-13-58 ---- N
T. 6 S., R. 25 8. ties
958-151-1 SWkNWk eea, 13, St. Mary's Ivey 310 ----- 6 F TO .5 85 A 11.13 11-20-58 --- N C-17
T. 6 S., R. 24 B. Craft Corp.
958-151-2 ....... do ...... U.S. Geological U.S.Soil Conser- 22 22 1t W TO .8 97 T 5.07 4- 6-59 -- 0 CF
Survey vation Service
958-154-1 SWkN~k sec. 16, U.S. Army ..............-------- 400 5 F TO .1 90 T 10.2 6- 6-34 72 N C-16
T. 6 S., R. 24 1.
958-155-1 1HWWk onec, 17, Florida Forest Gray and Stevens 650 420 6 F TCo L.5 160 T 75.2 11- 4-34 -- D C-15
T; 6 S., R. 24 E. Service
958-155-2 ....... do ....... U.S. Geological U.S. Soil Conser- 15 13 1, W TO 2.00 143 T 4.66 4- 6-59 0 C
Survey vation Service
958-157-1 NWkSW seac. 13, U.S. Army Stevens Southern 685 342 12 F-- ***---- 149.05 EL 74 R 5-10-41 P CF
T. 6 8., R. 23 E. Co.
958-158-1 SWkNW seac. 14, ....... do Gray Wall and 661 380 10 F L .0 166.61 EL 91.0 R 5- -41 --- P CF
T. 6 S., R. 23 8. Pump Co.
958-158-2 SWkS8% sec. 14, ....... - do ....... Stevens Southern 719 376 10 F L .0 160.22 EL 85.0 R 5- -41 -- F CF
T. 6 B., R. 23 E. Co.
958-158-3 WhNkk seea, 14, ....... ----do---- ....... ---------............... 718 345 12 F TO .0 153.20 EL 7970 10-20-58 .. N E
T. 6 S., R. 23 E.
958-159-1 N H aec. 15, ------- do ------ Gray Well and 524 --- 12 F L .0 192 T 117 R 5. -41 .-- CF
T. 6 8., R. 23 E. Pump Co.
958-159-2 NWkNW see. 15, Strickland's oartridge Well 275 100 2 SA L .0 190 T 50 R 1955 --* D
T. 6 S., R. 23 E. Beach rolling Co.
958-200-1 NWSW sea. 16, L. S. Josey Wallace 115 90 2 SA L .0 --------30 R 1953 ---- 0, I
T. 6 8. R. 23 B.




we& 1.
a __v losatio Drtllr I Us Remarks b li si i-= m i .
958-200-2 WiNM sec, 16, F, U. Strickland .... 53 ** 2 V L O,o *,-*, 5 I 3- -59 q p
T. 6 1, 3, 23 i,
959-140. WWfk sec, It, Clay Councy 9, 5, Ivey 600 150 4 F TF 2,5 18,4 EL +13,2 6-7T.60 80 r C-l43, Clay* T. 6 1., A. 26 S, School Board
959,141-1 d great, seec. 38, City of Green .......... 715 6 F L .0 .......... 10 a 1960 ** P
T, 6 5., I. 26 1. Cove Springs
959-141-2 .-*do ....... ...... do ......L. Ivey 850 400 a F TV .5 23 T +1.5 5- 7-34 82 P C-14
959-141-3 ....... do ................ do ....... Duval Drilling 605 420 12 F L .0 60 T 10 4- -53 ....-. P
Co.
959-L42-1 1 tk see. 9, T. J. Ben IT. J. Den 18 ----- ........... .................. ........ ...***. tr
T. 6 S.. L 26 3.
959-142-2 S eUM sc. 9, L. C. Dean T. Hefel 47 .. 2 V L .0 .......... 15 it ........ D IZr
T. 6 S, .A 26 go
959-147-1 WIhkk sec. 10. Shadowlavn Crey vell and 68 12 U TC .5 103 T 32.66 11-13-58 ---T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Dai ry Pump Co.
959-149-1 W Wm sec. 8, ....... --- do ....... Thompson 500 250 8 F 7TC 7.4 96 T 9.0 6. 5.34 .... C-18
T. 6 s., 1. 25 3.
959-200-1 WiSi sec. 9, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil Coner 15 18 Ilk V TC 1.8 222 T 2.59 4. 6-59 .... 0 C
T. 6 S., 3. 23 3. Survey atlLan ServiLce
000-141-1 WSWkV sec. 34, L. J. Ivey Partridge Ve1l 365 300 3 P TCr 1.27 11 A +30.7 1-25-60 72 0, Zr
T. 5 S., 3. 26 3. Dillng Co.
000-141-2 rd rant, see. 38 HarLan Hotel 0.D C. Harden- 431 84 3 F I 1.8 10 A +13.25 6- 8-60 74 D
T. 6 S., 8., 26 brook
000-148-1 MIlak see. 4, Shadovlav Uimble OLI Co. 5,862 2,921 20 ....... ....... 105.1 8L ........... ---- Or CFO Ds, E
T. 6 S., 1.,25 Z. Dairy
000-148-2 S if see, 4, ------- do ------- --------------- -- I.......... L .0 ---------- 26 R 1948 .... S
T. 6 S., R. 25 3.




Ca ng Measurit point Water level
well S .
number Location Owner Driller : Use Rmarks
000-151-1 NHEkSW sea, 36, Sam Saunders ............----------- 275 2 F L 0.0 ----- +1.50 1-22-60 ---- D, r
T. 5 S., R. 24 S
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STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Robert 0. Vernon, Director INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 43 WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES, FLORIDA By William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr. Prepared by the UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 1964

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Ho. #J eAGR -, CULTURAL LIBRARy. Completed manuscript received August 29, 1963 Printed by the Florida Geological Survey Tallahassee ii

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CONTENTS Introduction .................... ..................... 1 ILLUSTRATIONS Figure 1 Florida showing the location of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties.. .......................... 2 2 Locations of surface-water data-collection stations and surface-water sampling sites in and near Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties ................... Facing 2 3 Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida, showing the locations of wells ................ Facing 2 4 Explanation of well-numbering system ...............3 Table 1 Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages ............4 2 Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters. .. ..26 3 Records of wells ............................. ... .52 4 Geologic logs of selected wells ........................ 112 5 Measurements of ground-water level ........ .. ....... .12.5 6 Chemical analyses and temperatures of ground waters ..... 136 7 Duration and type of surface-water data ............ .150 8 Surface-water sampling stations and sampling frequency .. .154 iii

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WATER-RESOURCES DATA FOR ALACHUA, BRADFORD, CLAY, AND UNION COUNTIES, FLORIDA By William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr. INTRODUCTION A study of the water resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida (fig. 1), was made by the Water Resources Division of the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey during the period 1957-61. The results of this study will be published by the Florida Geological Survey in the following reports by William E. Clark, Rufus H. Musgrove, Clarence G. Menke, and Joseph W. Cagle, Jr.: "Interim Report on the Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida," "Water Resources of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union Counties, Florida," and "Hydrology of Brooklyn Lake, near Keystone Heights, Florida." The following figures and tables give records of streamflow, stream stages, lake stages, wells, materials penetrated by selected wells, measurements of ground-water levels, and chemical analyses and temperatures of surface and ground waters. 1

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W/4W 4' 64 4 64 \1. o S--VDUVAL COUNTY 2 R00 37Loctio 5f sufc-oe s stations. OL BAKER COUNTYL 0:/BUTLER 0 "1. . \ O re Lk e s o i q \ 56 /Lake L 58 2 o STARKE 14 River flows fG w runder ground sA i a BeP rod Cly a Uo foos n F i S LC HUA COUNT Yr ( 0 L t KsNy a \ s ^o 2 PUNA CTUNTY rand 7 under ground P\ \ n dv Figure 2. L~ocatios of surface-water data-koolection stations and Clay, and Union counties, Florida. 9 \crmlyn 5 0\ 1 tAINESVILLE Grand7 \ 0 ^ Z PUTNAM <-OUN TY SLohloos Miles L E V Y L: ^ ~: \ake 27 Cr River : i 6: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 <| ---------Drainage divide COUNTY MARION COUNTYX'_ \ 200 Collection site of streomflow or lake-level data. S1 -Number refers to site number, table Z. 40A Location of surface-water sampling stations. I ~~ ro nge Lake Number refers to figure 4. Figure 2. Locations. of surface-water data-collection stations and' surface-water samnpling sites in and near Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Union counties, Florida.

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82 45' 40 35' 30' 25' 20' 5' 10' 05' 8200 55' 50' 45' 40' 35 8P30 30'15i 1 I i i I 2 1.3 EXPLANATION I i2 1, .2 I /, _DUVAL COUNTY Inventroned well and number IEiCLACCOUNTY -N -1ho llow t est well tpu s-w s w --BAKER COUNTY O Deep test well tapping UN CO U N TY the ;iordon aquifer UN ON 1, 2e7 221 Hk: SofNG 2*g1 Is I I ,_, _000.______^_______ _-__ , i i I i 2i tooS 2 _1o 2 -A _", 6 I H-----I I I 1HT v I i CHU O i N 2 --, -2 1I 3 ii -2 ---V 4 A1WT HO R 292 -.CALE FOR INSET jt4i l 1*% -.1 -1,2 I[]_ 1 1 1:111 P _r ~7-2-7 B:ose take fom_ U S G S tuooga ,|c quadrangles 0 I 2 3 4 5 FO mles andl Flod State Road Deoartment m oas' Figure .Alua, Bradford, Clay, and nion counties, Florida, showing the location of wells. _____ *2 1 1,2 !BROOKER C,2 \ Is 1 _ / i0r^-^ " >y 1122 1 I=' t, 1_ ==M_ I the-4 locatio ofw Sasetarn fom 0 05 ogoraphe qodrngle o of oke 2-. ile I / I I -LoSe 82*0,4, os 02' ol' 82*00 L VI Z3 2 29*49',Clyad ninconie, lriasown th lcato M elR SE

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Degrees of longitude west of Greenwich England, prime meridian 830 820 810 310 EXPLANATION NASSAU The well-numbering system in Florida is derived from latitude and longitude coordinates on a state-wide grid of I _KER I-minute parallels of latitude and II BA minute meridians of longitude. The wells in a I-minute quadrangle are N numbered consecutively in the order -30 inventoried. In Florida, the latitude CLAY ST and longitude prefix north and west -% ,and the first digit of the degree { j J OH number ore not included in the well AL ACHUA number. ---L_ c UTNAM L5 The well-number is a composite of -LAGLER three numbers separated by hyphens: the first number is composed of the LE VY lost digit of the degree and the two -MARIN digits of the minutes that define the latitude on the south side of the Iminute quadrangle; the second num290 ber is composed of the lost digit of the degree and two digits of the 30*00' minutes that define the longitude on the east side of a I-minute quadrangle; and the third number gives the numerical order in which the well was inventoried in the I-minute quadrangle '29045' 29028' 29030' 29027' *2 29015' 20 82033' 82032' 82031' 82.30 Well number 92630-3. 83000' 82045' 82030' 82015' 82000' Well-number 926-230-3 was the third well inventoried in the I-minute quadrangle north of the 29*26' parallel of latitude and west of the 82030' meridian of longitude. Figure 4. Explanation of well-numbering system. 3

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Table I. Streamflow, Stream Gages, and Lake Stages .-.:er :-reeeding .'at-c r.a e is location number on figure 2 and table 7) 2. ATES CREEK NEAR PENEY FARIS, FLA. Lccation.---Lat 29S56'60", long 8152'15", in NEsec. 35, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., on woods road, 1.. miles upstream from mouth, and 4.9 miles southwest of Penney Farms, Clay County. Measurements of flow ate Di)scharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cts) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) '-145-5 21.9 31.84 12-23-58 16.1 31.68 9-28-59 17.5 31.74 L1-5 48.3 33.05 2-13-59 37.2 32.67 11-18-59 12.4 51.A6 LI-21-5 9 7 31.Y3 3-16-59 776 0.50 1-22-60 10.3 31.37 1-21-58 23.7 31.93 3-17-59 1,300 41.81 4-19-60 13.6 31 -5 3-13-3S 353. 32.44 5-19-59 372 39.00 5-31-60 22.9 31.91 --8 6.9 31.22 1-t14-59 14.6 31.62 7-25-60 71.1 33. 2-69.2 51.28 5-20-59 (flood peak) 48.9 7-29-60 568 39.;5 5-58 -.9 31.10 5-26-59 122 35.18 1-23-58 27-. 32.02 84-59 50.3 33.05 3. BLUE POND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA. Location.--Lat 29"52'30", long 82*01'55", in NE1 sec. 19, T. 7 S., R. 23 E., on west side of Lake, and 6.0 miles north of Keystone Heights, Clay County. Fecords.-Periodic stage October 1958 to May 1961, contours of lake bottom, and h measurements of curfov. Maximum stage, 174.45 feet above mean sea level; minimum, 173.31 feet. Maximum depth, 40 feet at a stage of 173.8 feet. Outflow: Apr. 6, 1960, 2.97 cfs, lake stage, 17(4.1 feet; May 26, 1960, 0.77 cfs, lake stage, 173.56 feet; July 19, 19:0, *.22 cfs, lake stage, 174.16 feet. k. BROOKLYN LAKE AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Location.-Lat 29*47'46", long 82'01'21", in SW} sec. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on State Highway 21, 0.9 mile northeast of Keystone Heights, Clay County. Reccrds.--Stage July 17, 1957, to Dec. 31, 1960; contours of lake bottom; and 5 measurements of cutflow. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level ear JTan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 98.09 97.95 98.21 97.93 97.66 97.h0 1-958 97.7 97-43 97.58 98.08 98.53 98.35 98.84 99.36 99.32 99.29 99.65 99.95 1.959 LO.100 101.39 105.89 105. 5 107.14 109.51 110.96 112.20 114.28 115.59 115.85 115.81 o960 115.73 115.83 116.51 116.97 116.34 116.26 116.80 116.93 117.41 116.91 116.55 116.07 Measurements of outflow Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage (cfs) (ft., mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) No riw July 17, 1959, to Oct. 15, 1959 5-27-60 3.82 116.41 -3-o60 0.79 115.82 7-25-60 4.17 116.148 !-6-60 5.13 116.82 9-13-60 14.2 117.35 4

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 5.. BULL CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA. Location.--Lat 30*01'49", long 81"53'52", on line between sees. 27 and 28, T. 5 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on State Highway 21, 1.5 miles upstream from mouth and 3.1 miles southwest of Middleburg, Clay County. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 11-21-5Y 14.8 11.14 3-21-59 263 17.54 4-11-58 91.6 14.48 5-20-59 2,250* 22.09 5(-58 5.1 10.46 7-29-59 12.4 10.83 72-58 4.1 10.38 7-29-60 284 17.88 3-17-59 615 19.44 8-22-60 7.5 10.49 3-18-59 216 17.26 9-11-60 1,510 21.11 Sfrom rating 6. BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA. Location.--Lat 3001', long 8219', in sec. 32, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at culvert on State ;!ighway 100, 1.6 miles east of Lake Butler, Union County. Measurements of flow Date Discharge ige Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 58-58 16.1 3.27 9-16-59 72.7 5.24 12-16-58 12.7 3.22 3-18-60 271 7.48 3-20-59 180 6.64 5-26-60 .01 2.35 3-17-59 286 (from rating) 7.61 7. CAMPS CANAL NEAR ROCHELLE, FLA. Location.--Lat 29034'33", long 8215'00", in SWV sec. 31, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State Highrwcy 2~4, 1.8 miles southwest of Rochelle, Alachua County, and 5 miles upstream from Orange Lake. Records.--March 1948 to November 1952, periodic stage and discharge. Maximum discharge measured during that period, 889 cfs Mar. 16, 1948, at a stage of 66.39 feet above mean sea level; minimum, less than 1 cfs June 27, 1951, at a stage of 59.86 feet. August 1957 to September 1960, daily stage and discharge. Maximum discharge during that period, 1,040 cfs Mar. 24, 1959, at a stage of 66.65 feet above mean sea level; minimum, 14 cfs Oct. 29, 30, 1958, at a stage of 60.49 feet. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 164 164 155 82.5 47.5 1958 37.7 42.1 211 215 161 88.4 79.7 77.2 51.1 23.7 37.6 40.2 1959 107 121 504 426 221 276 221 161 174 232 159 86.0 1960 55.5 50.0 253 260 103 54.6 99.5 329 336 Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 62.49 62.78 62.02 61.53-61.02 1958 61.19 61.52 63.10 63.18 62.04 61.37 61.50 61.41 60.71 60.57 61.04 61.27 1959 62.00 62.25 65.39 63.01 63.43 63.20 62.57 62.22 62.60 63.01 62.16 61.78 1960 61.50 62.06 64.18 62.75 61.90 61.88 63.49 63.82 64.25 5

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Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 8. CLARKES CREEK NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Location.-Lat 29"52'4o", long 81'39'52", in NEu sec. 23, T. 7 S., R. 26 E., at bridge, 3 miles upstream fran mouth and 7.8 miles south of Green Cove Springs, Clay County. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 11-22-57 3.6 7.90 6-23-60 15.4 9.30 77-58 3.4 7.90 7-29-60 65.1 10.80 12-10-58 6.2 8.14 8-19-60 4.4 8.15 3-21-59 112 11.22 9-11-60 (flood peak) 13.66 10. DEEP CEEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA. Locamtlo.-Lat 29*32"28", long 8150'12", in NW1 sec. 18, T. 11 S., R. 25 E., at concrete bridge on State Highway 310, 2.7 miles upstream from mouth, 4.7 miles vest of.Rodman, Putnam County, and 6.9 miles northeast of Orange Springs. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 4-24-56 40.3 -3-18-60 1,280(from rating) 14.16 11-22-57 59.8 9.66 7-29-60 451 12.10 99-58 68.6 9.77 8-22-60 80.2 10.12 23-59 74.3 10.08 26-61 144 11.00 3-18-59 766 12.94 11. EPOIA CREEK EAR FLORAHOME, FLA. Location.-Lat 29044'05", long 81*51'45", in sec. 2, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., at county road bridge, 1.5 miles east of Florahome. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1950 18.1 11.1 56.6 19.9 7.68 13.9 64.6 21.2 109 170 73.2 40.3 1951 39.3 28.8 28.6 22.6 13.1 7.22 13.1 17.8 17.9 Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1950 70.49 70.28 70.92 70.47 70.06 70.89 70.13 69.41 70.70 70.50 69.74 70.16 1951 69.52 69.37 69.52 69.25 69.06 69.22 69.36 69.23 69.26 12. GLE SPRINGS NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA. Location.-Two miles north of Gainesville and 0.5 mile vest of U. S. Highway 441. Records.-Measurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 0.32 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.33 cfs; Apr. 24, 1956, 0.36 efs; Oct. 17, 1960, 0.42 cfs. 13. GREEN COVE SPRINGS AT GREEK COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Location.-In Green Cove Springs opposite Qui-Si-Sana Hotel on U. S. Highway 17. Records.-Measurements of discharge: Feb. 12, 1929, 5.4 efs; Apr. 18, 1946, 4.42 cfs; Oct. 7, 1950, 4.15 cfs; June 18, 1954, 2.68 cfs; Apr. 25, 1956, 2.74 cfs; Oct. 19, 1960, 3.52 cfs. 6

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 14. GREENS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA. Location.--Lat 29054'38", long 81947'40", in SW1 sec. 3, T. 7 S., R. 25 E., at county road bridge 5 miles south of Penney Farms, Clay County. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., Msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 9-11-57 46.2 53.33 12-12-58 142 54.27 16-60 1.16 51.69 108-57 15.6 52.89 24-59 5.17 52.25 32-60 8.72 52.47 11-21-57 1.37 51.58 3-16-59 265 54.75 3-17-60 724 56.10 1-21-58 10.2 52-54 3-19-59 180 54.35 4-27-60 4.71 52.01 3-18-58 13.1 52.76 3-21-59 309 54.87 6-23-60 12.8 52.64 I-11-58 22.3 53.12 43-59 41.4 53.41 7-29-60 206 54.54 .57-58 1.89 51.66 5-20-59 (flood peak) 58.78 8-18-60 2.39 51-79 73-58 .h2 51.48 7-29-59 .94 51.51 9-11-60 847 56.27 95-58 .26 51.37 9-22-59 26.7 53.29 10-23-58 4.o0 51.95 11-11-59 .99 51.61 17. HATCHET CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA. Location.--Lat 29042', long 8212', corner of sees. 21, 22, 27, 28, T. 9 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State Highway 26, 1.2 miles upstream from Newnans Lake and 7.5 miles northeast of Gainesville. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (f) (ft., msl) 3-11-48 2,000 76.86 3-19-59 1,700 (from rating) 76.41 11-24-56 .54 70.29 3-21-59 1,370 75.93 11-18-57 5.29 70.78 1-20-60 9.16 70.44 71-58 17.0 71.47 5-24-60 2.30 70.00 129-58 33.o 72.34 7-16-60 145 72.90 19. HEILBRONN SPRING NEAR STARKE, FLA. Location.--About 6 miles northwest of Starke and 0.1 mile south of State Highway 16. Records.--Measurements of discharge: 1903, 100 gpm; 1913, 250 gpm; May 8, 1946, 36 gpm; May 2, 1956, 12 gpm; Oct. 18, 1960, 33 gpm. 20. HOGTOWN CREEK NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA. Location.--Lat 290 39', long 82 23', in see. 2, T. 10 S., R. 19 E., on Newberry Road about 400 feet downstream from University Avenue in Gainesville. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs (ft., msl) (cfs) ft., mal) 33-58 67.0 66.91 3-17-59 413 68.46 5-12-58 9.94 62.52 3-19-59 85.9 67.02 128-58 7.62 65.55 11-9-59 8.54 65.75 3-15-59 381 68.31 3-18-60 521 (from rating) 68.76 3-16-59 226 67.78 5-24-60 2.48 65.41 7

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Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lage stages -continued 21. KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLANDING, FIA. Location.-Lat 29"58'28", long 81*59'22", in SEV sec. 15, T. 6 S., R. 23 E., on dock at Officers' club on northeast shore of lake at Camp Blanding, Clay County. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1945 176.58 177.18 177.03 176.86 176.56 176.52 177.01 1946 176.62 176.32 176.32 176.27 1947 176.46 176.46 176.42 176.46 176.44 176.90 177.06 176.58 176.42 1948 176.68 176.58 176.78 176.34 175.92 175.84 176.12 176.32 176.32 176.38 176.34 176.40 1949 176.38 176.42 176.22 176.36 176.20 176.34 176.24 176.18 176.60 176.22 166.38 176.28 1950 176.18 175.98 176.12 175.98 175.92 175.76 176.58 176.36 177.54 177.56 176.82 176.80 1951 176.74 176.72 176.78 176.78 176.42 176.22 176.56 176.62 176.82 176.68 176.76 176.84 1952 176.84 177.06 176.90 176.66 176.70 176.66 176.58 176.36 176.58 176.50 176.34 176.20 1953 176.60 176.62 176.66 177.08 176.58 176.70 177.22 177.72 176.98 176.44 176.38 176.72 1954 176.54 176.48 176.42 176.42 175.98 175.82 175.78 175.52 175.42 175.52 175.30 175.16 1955 175.42 175.66 175.58 175.48 175.18 174.90 175.04 175.02 175.12 174.86 174.72 174.58 1956 174.60 174.84 174.48 174.62 174.78 174.92 175.08 174.94 174.92 175.42 175.12 175.02 1957 174.92 174.90 175.02 175.10 175.20 175-70 176.00 176.58 176.58 176.40 176.38 176.18 1958 176.22 176.22 176.68 176.72 176.41 176.26 176.50 176.34 176.01 175.98 176.16 176.31 1959 176.49 176.61 177.05 176.73 176.91 176.40 176.54 176.28 176.82 176.47 176.26 176.18 1960 176-16 176-40 176.62 176.45 176.08 176.16 176.70 176.34 176.68 176.34 176.12 176.00 22. LAKE BUTLER AT IAKE BUTLER, FLA. Location.-Lat 30*02', long 82"20', in sec. 30, T. 5 S., R. 20 E., at city park 0.3 mile north of court house at Lake Butler, Union County. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 130.80 130.74 130.56 130.36 130.40 130.38 1958 13o.56 130.96 131.24 131.28 130.96 130.76 130.80 131.08 130.76 130.72 150.92 131.02 1959 131.3 131.34 152.22 131.42 132.58 131.34 131.20 130.86 131.18 131.10 130.60 130.46 1960 130.42 131.04 131.70 130.94 130.48 130.94 131.20 131.58 131.48 131.08 130.62 130.44 25. LAKE GENEVA AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FIA. Location.-Lat 29*46'26", long 82*01'59", in NEl sec. 30, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., 0.1 mile east of State Highway 21, 0.8 mile south of Keystone Heights, Clay County. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 100.69 100.58 100.89 100.79 100.66 100.48 1958 100.54 100.57 100.81 100.88 100.61 100.39 100.44 100.33 100.01 99.81 99.92 99.99 1959 100.14 100.25 100.89 100.88 101.13 101.42 101.59 101.99 102.31 102.37 102.23 102.19 1960 10219 102.28 102.67 102.79 102.55 102.88 103.57 103.81 1o4.73 105.17 105.45 105.49 8

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 24. LAKE GRAIDIN NEAR INTERLACHEN, FLA. Location.--Lat 29"40'16", long 81"52'55", in NE-. sec. 34, T. 9 S., R. 24 E., on boat house in Grandin Shores Development 2.8 miles north of Interlachen, Putnam County, on south shore of lake. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 80.39 80.79 81.29 81.10 81.07 80.99 1958 81.21 81.29 81.53 81.0o 81.22 81.29 81.49 81.21 81.15 81.05 81.23 81.43 1959 81.51 81.53 82.09 81.91 81.95 81.6 81.75 81.45 81.59 -81.49 81.49 1960 81.43 81.59 82.15 81.95 81.51 81.65 82.39 82.13 82.31 -81.99 25. LAKE JOHNSON NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Location.--Lat 2949'31", long 81"57'07", in SEjsec. 1, T 8 S., R. 23 E., on dock at bathing beach on northwest shore of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 51 miles northeast of Keystone Heights, Clay County. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. I.ar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 19L5 97.67 97.95 98.15 98.01 97.71 98.41 191h6 98.45 98.45 98.111 98.25 98.91 98.91 99.11 99.59 99.85 99.99 99.97 99.79 193' 99.-9 99.81 100.31 100.21 100.05 99.95 99.87 100.01 100.21 101.31 101.91 102.11 1918 102.C.1 102.35 103.91 103.69 103.41 103.51 103.41 103.71 -105.1 103.87 103.51 19h? 103.51 101: .L 103.31 103.41 102.81 103.01 102.71 102.71 102.61 102.48 102.21 102.01 1950 101.71 101.21 101.21 100.91 -99.49 99.71 99.41 --99.61 100.03 1951 100.19 ----97.81 97.51 -97.61 97.76 97.31 97.31 1952 97.01 96.91 96.81 96.997.11 96.83 96.63 96.71 96.61 96.61 -96.03 1953 ,95.03 96.09 96.03 96.21 95.81 95.61 96.09 97.35 97.76 98.21 98.41 98.91 195:. 98.95 99.T0 98.79 98.71 98.29 97.77 97.63 97.21 97.11 97.01 96.71 96.21 1955 -96.o 95-59 95.05 94.45 93.81 93.71 93.15 92.88 92.89 92.87 92.79 1956 92.93 92.79 92.41 92.30 92.17 92.31 92.14 92.03 91.95 92.31 92.07 91.97 1957 91.97 92.01 92.31 92.01 92.79 93.23 94.65 94.83 95.01 94.99 95.04 95.03 1958 95.05 95.02 95.01 95 01 94.99 95.01 95.01 95.01 95.01 95.01 94.93 95.01 195? 94.99 95.0 95.06 95.11 95.26 95.25 95.15 95.28 95.34 95.73 95.70 95.67 19.90 95.60 95.72 96.35 96.45 96.37 96.23 --98.21 98.29 98.35 98.35 26. LAKE SAMPSON NEAR STARKE, FLA. Location.--Lat 29'55'19", long 82"12'14", in NEg sec, 4, T. 7 3., R. 21 E., at lake outlet, 0.4 mile northeast of Sampson City and 5.8 miles west of Starke. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. -19;7 132.34 132.35 132.50 132.49 131.98 131.64 L938 131.77 132.57 133.40 132.74 131.72 130.97 131.97 132.26 131.13 150.82 130.84 131.64 1959 152.38 132.48 135.27 133.38 135.76 153.98 132.29 131.53 133.74 133.16 131.96 131.30 1?6C 131.02 131.42 134.12 132.36 131.36 131.42 134.18 133.38 134.17 132.72 Outflow from lake (Sampson River) at State Highway 225 Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage (cfs) (ft., msI) (cfs) (ft., msl) 11-19-57 20.1 132.10 9-16-59 159 133.74 7-10-58 48.1 132.06 1-20-60 18.3 131.06 24-59 57.0 132.28 5-24-60 30.4 131.34 3-23-59 325 136.15 7-16-60 61.6 132.13 9

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Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 27. LITTLE ORANGE CREEK NEAR ORANGE SPRINGS, FLA Location.-Lat 29"31'22", long 81*56'26", in NWk sec. 19, T. 11 S., R. 24 E., at county road bridge o.4 mile east of State Highway 315, and 1.2 miles north of Orange Springs. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Date Discharge Date Discharge Date Discharge (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) 6-24-46 46.9 124-47 106 122-48 81.9 9-12-50 178 7-9-46 110 18-18 16.2 12-30-48 81.9 9-28-50 109 8-27-46 99.7 22-48 146 33-49 49.2 111-50 121 103-16 49.3 33-48 65.9 7-27-49 35.6 25-51 44.2 10-29-46 61.9 3-31-48 167 8-31-49 104 9-21-51 25.4 126-46 39.6 4-27-48 44.4 9-28-49 88.0 1-25-52 31.6 3-27-47 82.6 7-29-48 44.0 112-49 61.5 4-16-52 45.6 6-27-47 56.5 92-48 91.9 121-49 44.4 4-24-56 3.77 107-47 256 9-29-48 64.4 12-27-49 23.6 116-47 136 10-28-48 80.3 21-50 17.8 29. LOCH LODWOND NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA Location--Lat 29*48'15", long 82*00'50", in NEI sec. 17, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on vest shore of lake, 300 feet east of State Highway 21, and 1.5 miles northwest of Keystone Heights, lay county. Measurements of stage Date Stage Date Stage Date Stage (ft., msl) (ft., msl) (ft., msl) 5-27-59 92.23 1-22-60 94.58 8-22-60 96.24 84-59 93-12 2-26-60 94.61 9-12-60 97.09 86-59 93.10 4-21-60 95.25 10-17-60 97.83 9-17-59 93.87 63-60 95530 128-60 97.88 101-59 94.01 6-21-60 95.31 22-61 97.61 11-16-59 94.63 6-24-60 95.31 3-23-61 97.52 12-21-59 94.69 7-29-60 95.74 5-18-61 96.84 30. LOCHLOOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, PFA. Location.-Lat 29*36'00", long 82*08'40", in sec. 30, T. 10 S., R. 22 E., at bridge on State ighway 20, 1.0 mile east of Grove Park, and 3.6 miles west of Hawthorn. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 17-17 0.25 75.74 59-58 4.90 76.46 5-29-59 27.7 77.10 2-19-47 10.6 76.10 71-58 .07 75.11 7-20-59 17.3 76.84 4-25-56 0 (dry) 92-58 1.16 75.41 9-14-59 53.0 77.75 99-57 8.20 76.34 10-20-58 .005 75.02 116-59' 3.59 76.08 108-57 30.9 77.24 128-58 2.53 75.59 1-21-60 1.13 75.70 U-18-57 1.06 75.68 22-59 6.55 75.93 3-18-60 920 (from 81.00 rating) 1-20-58 4.55 76.03 5-17-59 751 80.72 3-28-60 37.4 77.17 3-17-58 70.0 77.65 3-21-59 448 80.02 5-23-60 .36 75.51 4-11-58 93.7 77.87 3-50-59 51.5 77.38 7-14-60 31.4 76.96 10

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 31. LOCHLOOSA CREEK NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA. Location.--Lat 2933'55", long 8208'25", in sec. 6, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., at sand road crossing l1miles upstream from Lochloosa Lake, and 3-3/4 miles southwest of Hawthorn. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 2-19-47 13.7 60.71 3-23-49 5.41 60.07 4-23-51 2.62 59.84 42-47 59.2 62.11 54-49 14.8 60.67 5-18-51 1.01 59.79 5-14-47 1.22 59.70 6-22-49 2.99 59.89 6-27-51 .98 59.71 6-24-47 1.84 59.74 7-25-49 6.12 60.04 8-10-51 6.83 60.00 84-47 2.93 59.90 9-13-49 40.5 61.65 9-19-51 84.6 62.32 95-47 51.1 62.01 10-25-49 10.7 60.44 112-51 3.85 59.78 10-29-47 76.6 62.40 127-49 7.62 60.28 12-14-51 6.52 60.06 12-15-47 18.6 61.14 1-18-50 3.02 59.91 1-23-52 6.78 60.01 1-26-48 418 63.99 2-28-50 1.21 59.79 56-52 46.7 61.56 39-48 251 63.24 4-13-50 3.77 59.92 4-17-52 10.0 60.28 4-19-48 62.5 62.21 5-25-50 1.04 59.72 5-29-52 10.7 60.33 5-31-48 3.26 59.90 76-50 33.0 61.56 79-52 1.05 59-52 7-12-4d 1.73 59.73 8-17-50 2.64 59.77 7-11-52 .95 59.51 8-23-48 140 62.81 9-27-50 14.3 60.68 8-21-52 2.47 59.62 107-48 138 62.86 119-50 20.6 60.98 102-52 2.02 59.63 11-16-48 3.70 59.96 12-21-50 6.63 60.06 11-14-52 .74 59.58 15-49 8.88 60.35 1-31-51 4.36 59.94 12-23-52.96 59.62 2-17-49 27.6 61.22 3-12-51 4.60 59.88 32. LOCHLOOSA LAKE AT LOCHLOOSA, FLA. Location.--Lat 2930', long 82006', in sec. 27, T. 11 S., R. 22 E., on southeast shore of lake at Lochloosa. _i Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1942 58.73 58.42 58.49 58.11 57-93 57.98 1940 57.79 57.48 57.28 56.90 56.75 56.53 56.40 56.63 57.37 56.67 56.35 56.20 19)'4 56.50 56.19 57.05 57.95 57.61 57-55 57.73 57.97 57.80 58.65 58.61 58.47 1945 58.55 58.38 57.89 57.60 56.95 57.15 58.26 59.07 59.23 58.85 58.50 59.49 1946 59.62 59.45 59.36 58.84 59.11 59.37 60.54 60.92 60.91 60.77 59.86 59,30 1957 8 5S.95 58.89 59.59 59.48 59.05 58.64 58.67 58.96 59.86 60.58 60.87 60.23 1948 50.88 60.5' 61.59 60.56 59.68 59.30 59.42 60.07 59.94 60.01 59-53 59.34 1949 58.95 59.12 58.76 59.27 58.75 58.67 58.61 59.03 59.42 59.47 59.32 58.98 1950 58.67 58.27 58.25 57.92 57.50 57.25 53.04 58.07 60.04 60.21 59.49 59.19 1951 58.78 58.51 58.41 57.89 57.19 57.07 56.99 57.05 57.78 58.32 58.84 59.03 1952 58.67 59.37 59.25 59.01 58.67 58.43 58.11 58.11 57-77 57-71 57.41 57-19 1956 54.15 54.11 54.10 54.19 54.21 54.24 55.61 55.45 55.32 1957 55.24 55.21 55.21 55.15 55.33 55.79 56.19 57.14 57.55 57.31 56.91 56.50 1958 56.58 56.65 57.91 58.03 57.51 57.39 57.39 57.36 57.00 57.03 57.09 57.30 1959 57.76 57.92 59.97 59.68 59.09 59.44 59.14 58.51 58.45 58.18 57.86 57.66 1960 57.-50 57.61 59.21 58.84 58.16 58.96 59.54 59.56 60.15 59-91 59-35 VMonthly mean outflow from lake at U. S. 301, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec 19i6 -------196 138 59.6 1947 32.5 21.3 44.0 62.2 34.5 17.6 11.9 16.6 39.4 111 179 154 1948 131 176 270 213 105 41.5 27.5 86.8 104 126 61.8 38.0 1949 14.9 16.6 8.43 26.1 9.15. 2.82 1.95 2.53 17.3 33.2 26.0 14.3 1950 3.92 1.00 .45 .14 0 0 .01 .16 78.1 101 82.0 32.2 1951 14.4 5.45 1.22 .16 0 0 0 0 .03 1.22 3.26 10.0 1952 10.0 14.3 33.0 18.0 5.05 1.27 .12 .05 .04 .65 0 0 1953 .12 .04 .10 .96 .58 .43 .15 2.75 54.0 99.4 55.2 53.7 1954 88.6 50.9 14.8 5.09 .81 .09 .03 0 0 0 0 1955 o o o o o o o o o --11

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Table 1.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 33. MAGNESIA SPRINGS NEAR HAWTHORN, FLA. Location.-About 4 miles vest of Hawthorn and 1.2 miles south of Grove Park. Records.--Meaaurements of discharge: Dec. 10, 1941, 1.82 cfs; Apr. 16, 1946, 0.65 cfs; Apr. 23, 1956, 0.016 cfs; and Oct. 17, 1960, 1.03 cfs. 34. MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Lccation.--Lat 29"49'10", long 82*00'55", in NEJ sec. 8, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on southeast shcre of lake at Magnolia Lake State Park, and 2.5 miles north of Keystone Heights, lay County. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 --124.15 --123.44 -123.84 123532 123.32 123.58 1L959 123.88 123.92 124.63 124.26 125.00 -124.78 125.00 125.24 124.75 124.62 124.40 1960 124-28 ---124.29 124.48 124.70 124.76 125.21 124.85 124.64 124.51 Measurements of outflow Datc Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage (cfs) (ft., al) (cfs) (ft., mal) -14-58 5 124.15 360 13.7 124.40 -16-58 6.2 -660 2.0 124.70 5-15-58 4.6 -5-27-60 7.7 124.30 10-23-58 2 123.42 7-25-60 12.3 124.49 2-27-59 8.1 123.92 9-13-60 26.4 125.24 35. NEWNANS LAKE NEAR GAINESVILLE, FLA. Lccation.-Lat 29"39'05", long 82*14'25", in W* sec. 5, T. 10 S., R. 21 E., on vest side T lake, 5 miles east of Gainesvlle. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Tear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1945 ----------66.58 68.47 1946 68.57 ----68.1 69.42 69.09 68.23 68.67 67.53 66.81 19L7 66.27 66.43 68.33 67.90 66.41 65.76 65.65 65.71 69.15 69.86 69.08 68.12 148 69-33 68.67 70.43 68.15 66.65 65.83 66.07 68.19 66.94 67.41 66.57 66.07 1949 65.83 66.38 65.81 67.01 65.81 65.67 65.75 68.75 68.11 67.45 66.83 66.55 1950 65.85 65.37 65.53 65.19 64.63 64.43 66.63 65.86 68.19 68.73 67.33 66.75 1951 66.53 66.05 66.07 65.67 65.07 65.13 65.21 65.73 67.05 66.70 67.67 67.33 1952 66.83 68.15 67.55 66.61 66.05 65.97 65.43 65.43 65.23 65.83 65.55 65.33 1957 ------66.47 67.31 67.39 66.61 65.87 65.45 1958 65.63 66.01 67.79 67.93 66.63 65.87 66.09 65.89 65.07 64.89 65.35 65.71 1959 66.63 66.89 69.31 67.61 68.23 67.93 67.29 66.77 67.11 67.27 66.43 65.92 1960 65.53 66.01 68.49 67.12 65.85 65.79 68.03 68.05 68.83 68.39 67.03 66.09 Measurements of outflow Date Discharge Lake stage Date Discharge Lake stage (efs) (ft., Mal) (cfs) (ft., msl) L8-47 50.6 66.75 10-30-47 610 69.89 2-0-47 65.5 66.40 12-16-47 139 68.25 41?7 185 68.40 1-27-48 272 69.23 5-15-47 81.3 66.78 3-10-48 402 69.35 6-25-47 39.1 65.83 3-15-48 812 70.90 85-47 25.8 65.50 4-20-48 202 68.60 9-16-k7 29.2 65.58 4-23-56 0.37 12

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 36. NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA. Location.--Lat 3000', long 82'17', in sec. 2, T. 6 S., R. 20 E., at bridge on State Highway 100, 4.4 miles southeast of Lale Butler, Union County. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1950 8.73 4.28 7.82 4.04 21.6 6.10 519 44.2 801 899 63.8 26.5 1951 25.6 51.9 55.0 53.3 4.08 2.38 3.60 11.5 15.3 20.2 114 28.5 1952 23.1 255 106 26.9 6.35 18.2 14.0 25.7 108 85.7 8.36 14.52 1953 126 48.5 63.5 566 12.6 13.6 15.0 507 516 570 74.2 781 1954 178 30.3 23.2 32.8 4.69 1.33 3.55 2.51 64.4 22.6 4.14 5.1l 1955 19.7 96.9 8.80 4.88 1.16 .85 56.5 21.3 18.9 7.66 9.83 14.49 1956 10.2 50.1 12.7 2.52 73.1 29-3 195 17.6 74.3 488 45.4 8.05 1957 5.64 5.81 13.5 17.0 22.6 556 42.5 161 64.2 120 7.22 15.5 1958 44.9 119 567 280 58.1 35.1 205 163 12.6 4.39 16.4 84.1 1959 487 242 1,491 314 801 266 149 53.2 487 232 41.6 21.4 1960 24.1 215 855 358 15.9 82.7 508 281 582 -Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1950 85.24 85.16 85.40 85.02 85.50 85.03 90.16 85.24 89.00 90.52 85.78 86.79 1951 85.66 85.49 87.18 85.91 84.72 85.17 84.99 84.67 86.74 84.87 86.50 87.16 1952 86.48 90.86 87.48 85.35 85.68 84.71 84.67 88.30 89.11 86.07 85.07 85.07 1953 87.12 86.17 88.08 84.61 85.68 87.11 93.23 91.96 86.32 86.36 91.79 1954 86.48 85.78 85.62 86.15 84.86 84.39 84.75 85.29 88.14 85.01 84.85 85.00 1955 86.08 85.76 85.42 84.55 84.84 84.54 87.44 85.10 84.95 86.20 84.92 84.86 1956 85.64 85.95 84.82 84.73 85.20 90.99 85.67 84.99 86.50 89.55 85.41 85.03 1957 84.98 85.39 85.48 84.85 86.24 86.48 86.52 87.77 86.95 85.32 85.56 85.48 1958 87.27 92.19 89.41 90.08 88.13 87.34 87.72 86.56 84.79 84.92 85.13 87.43 1959 88.36 90.84 90.16 88.61 90.89 89.01 86.75 88.30 88.72 87.78 86.15 85.76 1960 87.48 91.68 90.27 86.93 84.94 87.67 91.25 89.72 92.42 -37. NEW RIVER NEAR RAIFORD, FLA. Location.--Lat 30004'00", long 82*11'03", in NEsec. 15, T. 5 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State Highway 16, 0.5 mile southeast of Florida State Prison and 3.3 miles east of Raiford, Union County. Measurements ff flow Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 78-58 350 9.64 3-18-60 2,060 14.18 12-15-58 89.4 7.88 3-18-60 2,080 (from 14.21 3-17-59 2,080 (from rating)14.25 rating) 15-60 5.94 6.16 8-18-60 38.8 7.23 9-12-60 763 11.46 13

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Table 1.--Streamflov, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 38. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR IGHLAND, FLA. Lccation.-Lat 30*06'48", long 81*59'00", in SE see. 27, T. 4 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on State High~w 218, 3.9 miles east of Highland. Monthly mean discharge, in efs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 ---------87.5 20.7 24.9 1958 44.3 60.o 120 74.6 16.8 7.65 61.6 51.1 9.30 18.7. 41.9 79.3 1959 140 84.4 308 116 173 80.1 60.0 44.8 238 69.3 25.9 20.8 1960 24-. 74.8 167 113 19.3 24.2 136 77.8 202 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 -----57.11 57.89 57.39 1958 58.21 61.08 58.66 57.81 57.16 57.4o 58.31 56.92 56.42 57.12 57.27 58.64 1959 58-10 61.55 59.13 58.18 59.19 57.09 57.62 59.66 58.61 57.71 57.53 57.11 1960 58.97 59.28 59.16 57.76 56.75 58.97 60.85 57.27 61.03 --39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA. Location.-Lat 30"06'47", long 8154'24", in NE* sec. 33, T. 4 S., R. 24 E., 0.3 mile upstream frcm Big Branch, 4 miles northwest of Middleburg. Monthly mean discharge, in cfo earJan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1931 ---15.0 8.7 13.7 1932 15.1 14.3 50.4 23.0 16.8 220 60.4 98.1 16 44.6 282 59.3 1933 81.3 143 185 453 39.0 142 599 376 502 58.0 37.7 31.6 19330.8 55.9 73.5 31.7 189 681 149 278 75.6 85.8 15.7 22.4 1935 41.5 33.3 21.0 8.97 7.12 6.50 67.5 112 712 64.5 18.6 29.0 1936 61.0 296 161 182 13.8 95.7 58.5 26.5 18.4 274 32.6 70.3 1957 T 357 79.5 219 56.0 14.3 57.2 106 229 458 89.3 81.7 1938 215 145 47.7 14.5 7.6 12.6 71.7 208 97.0 513 72.3 38.1 1939 4.0 63.5 68.3 57.4 35.0 165 242 416 66.3 38.9 34.9 47.9 1940 108 290 43.0 160 12.4 39.0 187 269 82.0 18.8 11. 165 1941 125 173 107 35.5 14.3 72.3 349 56.1 99.1 460 304 488 1942 358 401 512 60.2 20.1 156 308 67.1 316 32.5 17.0 40.0 1943 46.1 27.6 74.7 33.8 53.7 60.5 120 330 155 32.3 29.5 40.2 1944 117 57.0 312 221 70.9 72.1 266 646 263 690 66.2 63.4 1945 312 93.3 26.4 22.8 20.7 53.9 152 565 -399 154 33.6 399 1946 243 84.5 83.6 55.5 252 386 378 370 537 287 64.2 32.2 1947 45.6 366 500 168 151 97.0 155 80.2 753 1,087 662 306 1948 336 304 94 566 20.9 29.5 250 582 175 766 56.7 220 1949 92.5 509 54.4 175 84.6 42.6 208 322 568 213 306 76.2 1950 40.1 34.1 77.3 33-5 48.3 21.8 491 27.5 709 1,028 68.9 68.0 1951 64.o 71.9 67.0 52.2 14.9 14.4 22.9 89.0 65.1 58.7 112 68.6 1952 47.8 199 107 65.9 32.7 65.5 58.7 42.0 292 114 27.7 26.9 1953 163 93.6 112 416 21.5 28.4 97.3 666 693 543 121 616 1954 151 70.4 77.1 55.1 26.4 15.2 16.4 7.25 37.6 65.6 20.5 33.9 1955 76.4 122 32.1 30.9 19.6 12.6 39.5 17.1 141 116 83.9 35.5 1956 80.5 138 43.2 26.8 141 102 185 85.8 71.8 670 61.9 37.8 1957 35.6 39.1 84.0 59.6 51.6 235 140 446 212 291 50.1 63.6 1958 130 171 405 349 56.8 47.0 163 242 57.0 63.6 124 233 1959 534 252 1,310 304 713 263 392 103 690 205 81.4 64.9 196o 0 722 278 644 346 49.2 64.9 477 194 788 14

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 39. NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURG, FLA. -continued Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1934 1.63 2.57 1.94 2.53 6.76 2.51 2.78 4.10 1.55 1.45 1.61 1.56 1935 1-55 1.64 1.22 -1.04 .96 1.11 14.37 7.27 5.17 1.60 1.55 1.89 1956 2.82 5.08 5.35 1.43 1.37 2.05 1.57 2.12 1.16 1.93 1.43 1.80 1937 5.85 3.07 4.28 2.71 1.25 1.08 3.99 3.69 4.44 2.29 5.10 2.19 1938 2.45 2.02 2.05 1.24 1.53 1.63 4.50 2.09 4.14 3.66 1.99 2.17 1939 3.10 4.49 1.77 5.73 1.73 2.27 2.74 3.39 2.78 1.69 1.78 3.02 1940 2.36 2.35 2.09 1.66 1.35 1.68 6.04 5.03 2.39 1.38 1.50 3.82 1941 2.20 2.58 1.85 1.41 1.13 3.57 3.42 2.47 1.85 7.27 2.25 6-88 1942 2.32 5.10 4.o04 1.63 1.46 5.14 3.30 1.94 2.76 1.55 1.55 2.74 1943 2.11 1.57 1.63 1.51 1.84 2.92 2.63 2.68 2.55 1.44 1.73 2.37 1944 1.89 1.76 4.54 2.37 1.85 1.63 3.01 5.67 2.06 3.13 2.94 2.06 1945 3.40 1.97 1.49 2.41 1.2o 2.-. 2.32 2.>4 2.59 2.uL 1.68 12.00 1946 2.89 2.24 2.90 2.12 2.72 7.62 9.16 12.40 3.97 2.25 2.03 1.83 1947 4.00 3.00 3.80 1.72 5.74 4.06 3.12 1.93 4.78 5.13 3.08 2.92 1948 7.76 2.94 5.19 1.86 1.50 1.68 7.58 2.08 2.77 2.27 2.95 3.64 1949 2.71 2.47 1.89 1.97 1.44 2.20 1.86 12.66 15.12 3.37 2.31 2.23 1950 1.78 1.88 2.52 1.70 1.56 1.35 2.73 1.96 11.84 3.45 2.07 3.07 1951 2.04 1.84 2.2. 1.74 1.42 1.49 1.83 1.65 3.02 1.84 2.16 2.73 1952 2.5b >.uO 2.71 2.17 3.19 1.39 1.49 2.01 3.77 1.84 1.68 1.73 1953 2.16 1.94 1.87 2.02 1.31 1.69 3.87 11.20 9.27 2.16 2.40 6.54 1954 2.25 2.44 1.86 2.33 1.73 1.43 1.30 1.56 2.69 1.50 1.57 1.78 1955 2.38 1.87 2.29 1.43 1.60 1.68 2.01 1.38 2.25 3.76 1.84 1.78 1956 2.28 1.99 1.66 1.81 1.95 8.83 2.47 1.72 2.36 3.26 1.94 1.79 1957 1.76 2.25 2.26 1.64 1.83 1.68 6.40 3.52 5.50 2.01 2.39 1.99 1958 2.99 12.20 3.44 2.64 2.30 2.46 4.74 1.91 1.67 1.95 2.16 2.99 1959 2.76 9.78 3.58 2.45 3.45 2.72 2.47 4.77 2.93 2.57 2.24 2.05 1960. 4.14 6.17 4.99 2.40 1.61 2.96 10.27 2.27 13.87 --40. OLUSTEE CREEK AT PROVIDENCE, FLA. Location.--Lat 30"00', long 8234', in sec. 36, T. 5 S., R. 17 E., at bridge on State Hihway 238, 1.5 miles west of Providence, Union County. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 ------111 3.92 16.2 1958 58.9 86.4 388 376 32.4 15.4 101 169 15.9 .79 2.62 8.14 1959 185 69.4 919 168 772 357 101 29.8 162 197 67.3 25.1 1960 22.6 266 756 115 18.8 .21. 189 248 176 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 -------57.19 57.03 57.72 1958 59.24 60.18 60.00 59.32 57.93 59.41 58.85 59.32 56.21 56.07 56.17 57.53 1959 58.97 59.70 60.09 59.71 60.47 59.08 58.83 57.50 59.42 59.54 58.87 58.13 1960 58.57 61.02 60.07 59.50 56.60 59.11 60.45 60.19 60.28 --15

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Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 42. ORANGE CREEK AT ORANGE SPRINGS, FLA. Lccaticn.-Lat 29'30'34", long 81"56'47", in sec. 25, T. 11 S., R. 23 E., at bridge on State Highway 315, 0.2 mile northwest of Orange Springs. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Tear Jan. Feb. iMar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1942 ---64.7 107 44.1 24.9 44.6 1945 31.2 14.6 18.5 7.35 6.62 7.05 10.2 44.5 129 19.6 12.4 13.7 1944 31.5 15.8 54.6 102 40.2 27.8 45.7 68.2 45.7 116 85.5 74.2 1945 105 72.7 34.3 13.5 8.77 9.10 125 119 175 136 74.4 170 1946 257 191 192 119 179 149 238 613 733 788 556 345 197T 198 170 299 298 166 103 110 163 278 427 652 536 1948 518 586 938 755 349 178 197 472 404 598 366 297 1949 186 208 139 232 116 77.6 71.1 113 177 228 191 151 1950 95.0 64.2 63.5 42.0 21.3 9.09 41.9 42.9 526 612 430 286 1951 214 161 125 67.8 25.8 12.2 14.7 19.0 37.2 166 207 253 1952 198 267 344 242 129 88.6 60.0 57.5 56.8 75.4 31.4 23.4 1955 ---------11.1 6.60 5.67 1956 =-97 11.9 5.72 6.45 7.04 8.11 15.1 10.9 8.06 55.4 11.4 8.00oo 1957 C.89 7.65 14.1 14.0 22.2 36.5 22.6 97.4 82.5 52.3 12.6 14.4 1958 32-8 36.2 200 270 185 112 81.1 59.0 33.0 37.8 51.3 48.6 1959 91.91.7 452 744 504 558 627 517 541 403. 302 158 1960 122 137 401 503 303 245 399 599 834 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1942 ----24.63 23.23 24.31 23.05 22.76 23.89 1943 22.74 22.27 22.15 21.61 21.71 22.17 21.89 22.41 23.38 22.07 22.63 22.39 1944 22.49 22.21 25.52 23.81 22.89 22.69 23.24 23.09 22.87 24.51 24.29 24.11 1945 24.41 25.71 22.53 22.67 21.53 22.99 24.22 24.81 25.11 24.49 23.77 26.71 1946 25.69 25-72 25.55 24.09 24.71 25.23 26.87 27.25 27.49 27.33 26.65 25.87 1947 25.21 25-33 25.97 25-79 25.33 24.37 24.41 25.05 26.31 26.81 27.13 26.67 1948 27.31 26.79 27.87 26.95 25.91 24.85 27.01 26.41 26.83 26.55 25.11 25.83 1949 25.09 25.36 24.41 25.17 24.01 24.57 23.61 26.21 26.63 25.46 25.37 24.75 1950 24.03 25.49 23.51 22.65 22.09 22.25 23.01 23.91 26.83 27.13 26.43 26.51 1951 25.21 24.63 24.49 23.17 21.93 21.99 22.03 21.97 23.53 24.15 25.59 26.07 1952 25-19 26.47 26.23 25.47 25.01 23.61 23.19 23.56 23.69 23.29 22.61 22.41 1955 -------21.44 21.45 21.51 1956 21.83 21.67 21.39 21.81 21.29 22.00 22.67 21.66 21.74 22.61 21.78 21.60 1957 21.61 22.02 21.95 21.61 22.08 21.98 24.54 24.57 23.30 21.97 22.11 21.92 1958 25.05 24.13 25.51 25.69 24.59 24.36 24.41 22.73 22.43 22.81 22.53 23.10 1959 24.08 24.97 27.16 27.14 26.52 27.05 26.97 27.02 26.60 26.31 25.71 25.01 1960 24.71 25.22 26.85 26.45 25.30 26.72 27.05 26.96 27.83 --16

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 43. ORANGE LAKE AT ORANGE LAKE, FLA. Location.--Lat 29025'50", long 82*12'10", in sec. 21 or 28, T. 12 S., R. 21 E., on southwest shore of lake and east side of town of Orange Lake. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1935 --------58.4 57.8 1936 57.8 58.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 -58.0 57.7 57.6 57.8 57.6 57.6 1937 57.3 58.0 58.0 58.5 58.4 58.0 57.6 57.7 58.8 59.6 59.3 59.2 1938 59.1 59.0 58.9 58.1 57.6 57.5 57.7 57.7 58.3 58.9 58.7 1939 58.5 58.3 58.1 57.8 57.9 57.7 59.6 60.0 59.7 59-3 58.6 58.3 1940 58.1 58.0 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.1 58.0 58.2 58.2 57.9 57.3 56.8 1941 58.7 58.2 58.4 58.9 58.6 57.8 58.5 58.7 58.4 58.2 61.5 60.5 1942 60.1 59.4 59.9 60.1 59.4 58.8 58.21 57.97 58.00 57.65 57.33 57.41 1943 57.22 56.87 56.68 56.23 56.05 55.57 55.37 55.63 56.02 56.05 55.82 55.68 1944 55.74 55.65 56.15 57.49 57.33 57.26 57.41 57.55 57.55 58.19 58.29 58.08 1945 58.13 57.95 57.48 57.11 56.45 56.76 57.22 58.63 58.83 58.51 58.15 58.81 1946 59.15 59.01 58.95 58.51 58.71 59.05 59.95 60.53 60.51 60.31 59.57 58.91 1947 58.48 58.37 59.11 59.06 58.70 58.26 58.23 58.49 59.37 60.09 60.23 59.72 1948 60.23 60.02 60.91 59.96 59.16 58.74 58.93 59.51 59.42 50 44 59.04 58.84 1949 58.47 58.68 58.35 58.82 58.42 58.34 58.21 58.32 58.90 58.98 58.78 58.44 1950 58.05 57.58 57.44 57.15 -56.96 56.78 57.53 57.41 59-27 59.47 58.66 58.32 1951 57.93 57.56 57.38 56.99 56.50 56.45 56.40 56.56 57.26 57.83 58.23 58.37 1952 58.03 58.76 58.75 58.49 58.07 57.76 57.27 57.21 57.01 56.85 56.67 56.49 1953 56.66 56.64 56.69 57.83 57.42 57.56 57.34 58.29 59.32 59.22 58.77 59.41 1954 59.16 58.61 58.27 58.09 57.62 57.13 57.00 56.49 56.37 56.16 55.93 55.86 1955 55.82 55.86 55.61 .55.14 54.70 54.74 54.22 54.39 53.98 53.56 53.27 52.76 1956 52.62 52.13 51.28 51.26 50.74 50.48 50.50 51.04 51.20 52.11 52.08 51.81 1957 51.71 51.36 51.16 50.88 50.74 51.12 51.58 53.16 54.80 55.75 55.93 55.96 1958 56.19 56.36 57.80 57.99 57.58 57.37 57.32 57.36 56.98 57.05 57.08 57.25 1959 57.75 57.91 60.11 59.63 50.09 59.35 59.08 58.39 58.33 58.14 57.81 57.60 1960 57.42 57.52 59.18 58.86 58.11 58.81 59.28 59.63 60.08 --Monthly mean outflow at U. S. 301, in efs 1946 ---------423 276 187 1947 125 97.0 139 173 111 68.9 53.3 60.8 96.3 236 369 275 1948 240 327 539 470 208 116 85.6 182 217 306 212 173 1949 129' 131 104 113 89.2 43.6 43.0 38.8 102 128 114 108 1950 76.2 51.6 42.6 32.3 15.2 4.06 17.8 26.9 284 348 308 190 1951 147 104 70.4 49.5 20.4 5.45 5.86 4.40 10.9 70.2 96.7 151 1952 125 133 227 172 95.4 63.5 38.5 28.8 26.5 21.4 16.2 10.4 1953 12.3 13.7 11.2 41.3 65.8 45.2 39.9 56.2 258 418 302 297 1954 398 281 174 118 55.9 32.1 20.7 14.1 8.58 7.19 3.76 2.70 1955 1.84 2.29 1.42 .42 .02 0 0 0 0 -44. ORTEGA CREEK NEAR JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Location.--Lat 30014'50", long 8147'49", on line between sees. 10 and 15, T. 3 S., R. 25 E., at bridge on JacksonvilleHeights Road, 1 miles west of Jacksonville Heights, and 5 miles southwest of city limits of Jacksonville. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Gige Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 4-19-56 1.09 6.02 3-19-59 297 12.24 9-10-58 2.66 6.18 3-21-59 491 13.02 12-19-58 20.2 7.33 8-17-60 23.4 7.63 17

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Table l.--Streamflov, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 45. PEBBLE IAKE NEAR KEYTONE HEIGHTS, FA. Location.-Lat 29"49'31", long 81L57'10", in SSE sec. 1, T. 8 S., R. 23 E., on east shore of lake in Gold Head Branch State Park, 5z miles northeast of Keystone Heights. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. N-v. Dec. 1945 ---103.82 103.58 103.88 103.94 103.84 104.60 1946 104.90 105.52 105.20 105.02 105.86 106.86 107.81 ---111.15 110.96 1947 110.98 110.58 110.54 110.42 110.02 109.60 108.96 108.86 108.96 109.76 111.46 112.56 1948 115.6 113.46 115.76 115.40 115.16115.06 4.16 114.16 -114.66 114.36 113.96 1949 113.46 113.06 112.46 u112.46 111.16 111.56 109.76 109.26 108.11 107.92 107.46 107.ol 1950 106.56 105.46 104.51 1o0.56 104.16 102.16 101.86 101.26 --104.68 105.24 1951 105.71 ---------1952 ------95.84 96.84 98.24 98.1 -98.76 1953 98.76 98.36 98.56 98.86 98.96 98.64 100.06 101.16 1954 ---------100.92 100.56 99.08 1955 -98.00 96.64 95.60 94.62 93.44 93.00 92.12 91.36 90.60 90.04 89.24 1956 88.78 88.58 87.76 87.24 86.54 86.48 86.07 85.72 85.61 85.82 85.44 85.16 1957 84.91 84.71 84.64 84.24 84.92 85.36 86.16 86.86 87.84 89.18 91.15 92.50 1958 93.16 93.18 94.16 94.77 95.30 95.62 95.53 95.42 94.64 94.04 93.54 93.02 1959 92.66 92.38 93.28 95.92 98.42 99.62 100.88 102.73 103.58 106.66 106.94 107.02 1960 106.74 106.53 106.78 107.00 -106.94 -107.26 -109.76 110.04 109.90 47. POE SPRINGS NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA. Location.--About 3.7 miles west of High Springs on south bank of the Santa Fe River. Date Discharge Date Dicharge Icrs) f) 2-19-17 86.5 12-13-41 84.0 1-31-29 75.1 7-22-46 75. 5-14-52 31.2 52-56 39.2 10-17-60 91.7 50. SAND KIL. LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Location.-Lat 29'51'01", long 8201'10", on line between sees. 29 and 32, T. 7 S., R. 23 E., on west shore of lake, 3.5 miles north of Keystone Heights. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 ------131.32 131.26 11.62 131.32 11.48 131.32 1958 151.42 131.42 131.80 131.88 131.63 131.58 131.57 131.47 131.31 131.25 131.35 151.41 1959 131.63 131.71 132.24 131.94 132.37 132.13 132.11 132.04 132.36 132.22 131.86 131.66 1960 131.52 131.72 152.06 131.98 131.68 131.74 131.86 132.02 152.30 --18

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Table l.-Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 51. SANTA FE LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Location.--Lat 29*45'38", long 8204'30", in.N W sec. 35, T. 8 S., R. 22 E., on north shore of lake 3.1 miles southwest of Keystone Heights. Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 -----138.84 139.01 139.20 139.12 139.02 138.91 1958 159.02 139.18 140.02 140.46 14o.50 140.12 14o0.2 140.44 140.30 140.o8 140.34 140.51 1959 410 1 4 141.26 142.54 141.98 141.98 141.74 141.64 141.50 141.82 141.40 140.86 140.60 1960 140.46 140.58 141.48 141.21 140.58 140.89 141.82 141.68 142.12 141.74 141.32 14o.89 52. SANTA FE RIVER IEAR FORT VWHITE, FLA. Location.--Lat 29*51', long 82'43', in sec. 28, T. 7 S., R. 16 E., 2 miles upstream from bridge on State Highway 47, 5 miles south of Fort White and 15 miles upstream from mouth. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1927 -------1,130 1,000 970 1928 963 905 995 1,900 2,980 1,550 2,310 3,550 3,960 4,190 2,260 1,610 1929 2,090 1,840 2,270 2,030 1,490 1,390 1,700 2,490 2,680 3,650 1,970 1,580 1930 1,650 ---------1932 -----794 785 972 1,580 1,080 940 926 1955 846 960 1,090 2,200 1,350 1,030 1,oho 1,250 1,920 1,220 1,020 939 1934 888 858 877 848 922 3,820 2,270 2,270 1,760 1,327 1,121 997 1935 943 872 785 773 762 731 811 1,333 4,421 2,418 1,580 1,371 1936 ;,250 1,752 1,750 1,604 1,169 1,09I 1,142 1,179 1,094 1,358 1,185 1,0806 1957 1,075 2,010 1,935 2,359 1,637 1,275 1,217 1,486 2,478 2,920 1,558 1,410 1958 1,635 1,67], 1,275 1,097 1,007 1,000 1,166 1,674 1,298 1,600 2,050 1,324 1939 1,172 1,096 1,098 938 921 1,174 1,809 2,110 1,616 1,320 1,153 1,080 1940 1,075 1,353 1,338 1,292 1,051 986 1,263 1,687 1,556 1,026 918 914 1941 1,118 1,262 1,293 1,170 1,019 1,045 2,029 1,903 1,436 2,586 3,298 2,767 1942 3,415. 2,625 4,369 2,758 1,885 1,701 1,794 1,834 1,792 1,552 1,338 1,238 1943 1,147 1,074 1,075 988 959 947 962 1,354 1,151 948 866 827 1944 836 828 990 2,573 1,339 938 1,182 2,727 2,057 3,167 2,283 1,438 1945 1,892 1,566 1,255 1,092 1,010 943 1,097 2,178 2,014 1,329 1,095 1,202 1946 1,984 1,451 1,187 1,110 1,778 2,020 2,433 3,146 2,663 2,495 1,713 1,370 1947 1,210 1,466 2,226 .1,928 1,339 1,367 1,192 1,188 2,047 3,906 3,840 2,680 1948 2,452 2,832 5,345 4,668 2,582 1,892 1,705 3,087 2,347 3,282 2,036 1,917 1949 1,773 2,481 1,790 1,777 1,580 1,486 1,603 1,746 3,438 2,052 1,924 1,674 1950 1,431 1,284 1,226 1,150. 1,102 1,053 1,433 1,288 3,387 3,385 2,637 1,722 1951 1,492 1,346 1,290 1,287 1,152 1,083 1,066 1,137 1,133 1,145 1,266 1,216 1952 1,139 1,390 1,603 1,233 1,042 996 928 927 1,019 1,109 963 914 1953 1,028 992 989 1,859 1,321 1,106 1,087 1,636 3,094 3,089 1,861 2,654 1954 3,046 1,835 1,526 1,368 1,246 1,120 1,090 1,057 1,080 1,080 925 892 1955 885 1,095 970 909 874 836 882 816 756 730 712 679 1956 678 691 673 671 738 679 838 811 780 1,202 1,115 813 1957 728 703 670 684 636 2,090 1,370 1,697 1,256 1,632 1,149 1,050 1958 1,051 1,127 -2,075 2,163.1,673 1,257 1,689 1,538 1,284 1,104 1,110 1,158 1959 1,855 1,789 4,238 3,515 3,409 4,063 2,625 2,031 2,211 2,593 2,031 1,653 1960 1,511 1,658 3,409 2,822 1,963 1,660 2,259 2,895 2,764 --19

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'T-ble L.--Stre.-aflov, strean otaugu, nnd lake stwues -continued 52. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR FORT WHT'rIT, FIA. -continued Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Yefi Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. !/ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. L; --21.68 21.59 22.31 22.72 21.71 21.78 21.60 L-j ?Lj t.60 2.44 ?2.55 25.28 22.te 21.83 22.14 22.17 22.41 21.96 21.77 21.71 L):5 2L.b5 2L.6L 2L.t) 24 .62 22.02 25.41 22.87 22.76 22.21 21.98 21.83 21.71 1 )J 2L.67 L-.0 .?214.5., 21.521.48 21.45 21.78 23.75 26.58 22.83 22.25 22.0: L j :2L.90 25.^ 2 22.6 22.21 21.97 21.91 22.20 21.99 21.89 22.39 21.90 21.94 L;: L*2.7 2L.84 22.,0 25.25 22.19 22.06 22.28 22.45 23.55 22.77 22.35 22.15 L.1 22-524 ?2.25 21.)7 21.81 21.75 22.00 22.10 22.21 21.94 26.0)1 22.30 22.01 L O) 'L. )O 2.1-66 21L.79 21.74 21.68 22.40 22.55 22.86 22.26 21.99 21.89 21.86 L 4 .~.id ~'.r 2. .?.97 21.99 21.79 21.80 22.55 22.85 21.88 21.67 21.57 21.82 L ).; 2L -.1 2L.9~ 21.95 21.82 21.75 22.73 24.l41 22.38 22.12 26.07 23.56 24.92 L)2; ':.i 2-.2t 26.80 23.16 22.54 22.51 22.91 22.58 22.47 22.18 22.02 21.93 L ', .2L.I 2L.502. 2. 21.70 21.77 21.73 21.76 22.22 21.86 21.61, 21.58 21.52 L .h :L.-," 2L.55 22.67 22.97 21.80 21.66 23.05 24.13 22.50 26.05 22.49 22.12 L.', 22.r 2Z2.2L 21.9); 21.82 21.7' 21.72 22.19 25.29 22.55 21.96 21.74 23.37 L rn 25. ., 22.12 22.04 21.89 22.62 23.13 24 .09 2 4.65 25.78 22.87 22.30 22.03 L 4? 2L.4 22.26 25.56 22.60 22.19 21.9h 21.95 21.85 28.90 27.71 27.79 27.311 ALa 2j.5 25.72 29.21 27.93 23.09 22.56 22.91 23.90 22.95 25.33 22.69 23.00 Li, 22.552 25.J7 22.49 22.56 22.28 22.36 22.43 24.43 22.43 22.66 22.86 22.53 L :'.L.j 2 2l.99 21.9T. 21.86 21.84 21.73 22.60 21.87 23.27 26.65 22.77 22.38 -,L ':'.Lt 2'2.0 22.Ll 22.00 21.82 21.82 21.85 21.89 22.06 21.75 22.20 21.99 L.'2? -L.t) 2 22. 2.55 22.08 22.06 22.06 21.94 21.92 22.12 21.94 21.75 21.71 L ',) 1L.8) 2L.Y8 2L.-9 25.22 21.95 22.14 22.08 25.35 24.01 22.98 22.41 26.71 Li',2 '5.) 2'.6 ?22.26 22.13 21.98 21.90 21.88 21.86 22.01 21.72 21.65 21.62 L?')5 24L.& 21.90 21.68 21.63 21.62 21.61 21.73 21.53 21.55 21.4h 21.59 21.36 L')5oI 21. 6 21.42 21.55 21.55 21.45 21.49 21.70 21.60 21.67 22.514 21.61 21.13 L)'7t "2L.55 21.35 21.55 21.39 21.45 22.52 22.15 22.20 22.07 22.08 21.90 21.78 L'58 2L. 2 Z2.L2 23.50 24.53 22.52 22.28 22.45 22.47 21.98 21.86 21.84 22.01 L, ?". 22.55 2.53 .64 24.68 28.10 24.06 23.57 22.66 23.68 23.51 22.63 22.56 i ., 22.24 25.54 25.76 23.98 22.51 22.64 24.30 24.03 2.7 --55. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA. Location.--Lat 29*50'46", long 82*13'U1", in NEE sec. 32, T. 7 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State !Highnw 225, and 1 mile south of Graham, Bradford, County. Monthly mean discharge, in cf' fear Jann. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. ST --------25.7 3.4 3-77 4.58 158 12.o 29.3 160 81.8 26.1 6.58 78.7 49.8 21.3 7.4 37.1 16.5 L) 240oo3 49.2 387 147 254 180 103 58.6 194 181 61.0 27.1i L2t 20.2 45.6 229 88.4 30.7 32.1 271 236 226 -Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 -----108.45 109.24 108.02 108.14 107.97 058 108.70 u12.17 109.88 U1.32 109.13 108.26 108.44 108.66 108.02 108.01 108.25 109.16 L959 L09.09 110.69 112.Lh 110.27 112.90 112.37 109.96 109.40 111.09 110.48 109.11 108.61 Lt0 Lo08.85 LU1.55 110.91 109.47 108.14 110.00 114.4l 111.13 115.02 --20

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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake sttages -continued 55. SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH 3PRjINGS, FLA. Location.--Lat 2951', long 82*38', in see. 29, T. 7 S., R. 17 E., at bridge on U. S. Ilighway 27, 2 mrles northwest of High Springs, Alachua County. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1951 1,170 967 1,010 1,120 710O 516 398 h46 332 260 246 2114 1952 155 130 120 121l 9$.2 113 179 320 686 386 275 207 1953 166 503 1456 1,600 60W 322 313 487 1,100 517 527 211 19351 195 181 210 171 228 3,340 1,530 1,450 896 5)2 316 235 1935 231 221 196 118 107 87.0 169 722 3,745 1,54h 715 527 1956 ,468 1,081 1,067 1,00 539 430 153 1137 302 611 127 335 1937 352 1,)116 1,156 1,510 738 467 398 686 1,789 2,223 760 615 1938 819 902 490 353 270 2146 342 910 530 1,027 1,295 518 1959 395 351 578 247 231 h16 1,061 1,380 7914 1,75 328 279 19,10 295 613 552 529 312 261 616 1,101 682 294 211 217 19141 l40 601 621 1427 280 32h 1,360 1,113 665 1,941 2,318 1,886 1942 2,1h80 1,738 3,427 1,715 960 824 1,011 1,093 1,027 750 512 425 19'3 378 328 318 269 241 233 2'49 696 488 250 160 138 19414 1110 144h 312 1,272 )114t 259 556 2,168 1,352 2,180 1,351 6145 1915 1,1115 826 495 316 235 185 362 1,421 1,181 562 323 1451 19h,6 1,239 689 1433 373 1,076 1,351 1,743 2,339 1,851 1,641 858 567 19147 Ij20 686 1,517 1,211 576 587 1430 '38 1,495 3,125 2,917 1,787 191i8 L,h1i18 1,903 1,188 3,5140 1,390 966 831 2,2143 1,371 2,521 1,085 1,089 19)19 997 1,746 951, 967 703 605 745 902 2,573 1,124 1,083 867 1950 599 1'76 1430 567 321 285 69h 542 2,638 2,533 1,616 785 1951 605 519 510 520 565 275 257 360 377 471 589 1121 1952 350 662 806 510 321 336 290 235 269 338 230 193 1955 306 273 275 1,112 5145 339 358 949 2,094 2,037 902 1,805 19514 1,898 862 627 519 385 293 218 223 265 314 193 151 1955 150 391 219 1513 118 112 150 165 102 79.14 85.4 61.2 1956 52.8 68.1 57.1 38.9 72.5 63.6 184 110 105 520 425 152 1957 91h.5 71.5 69.6 100 81.8 1,325 579 1,012 542 811 386 326 1958 318 434 1,527 1,450 960 629 1,0V2 872 532 324 339 360 1959 1,133 1,065 3,546 2,264 2,578 2,835 1,641 1,1,3 1,418 1,789 1,160 817 1960 690 813 2,500 1,883 999 781 1,409 1,989 1,855 --Month-end stage, In feet above mean sea level 1931 29.58 29.0( 28.81 28.77 28.65 28.08 27.74 28.00 27.70 27.52 27.46 27.34 1932 27.21 27.15 27.17 26.98 26.86 27.26 27.09 28.57 28.65 27.44 27.72 27.50 1933 27.314 27.69 28.83 29.48 27.98 27.65 28.20 28.34 28.71 28.01 27.65 27.46 1934 27.30 27.29 27.29 27.19 28.07 32.314 29.48 29.30 28.44 28.00 27.61 27.42 1955 27.26 27.18 27.11 26.99 26.93 26.87 27.58 30.79 33.28 29.25 28.44 28.13 1936 28.06 29.97 28.90 28.53 28.08 28.03 28.55 28.23 28.09 28.93 28.07 28.17 1937 29.41 32.29 29.21 29-35 28.52 28.29 28.70 29.014 30.53 29.&0 28.84 28.146 1938 28.79 28.53 28.10 27.84 27.70 28.04 28.51 28.53 28.04 33.74 28.70 28.06 1939 27.82 27.91 27.86 27.81 27.72 28.98 29.08 29.53 28.46 27.98 27.80 27.81 1910 27.90 29.29 28.11 28.28 27.85 27.89 29.04 29.91 28.12 27.52 27.31 27.93 1941 28.07 28.18 28.114 27.88 27.69 29.75 31.96 28.84 28.34 33.54 30.12 32.59 19142 30.10 33.80 32.54 29.58 28.914 29.09 30.00 29.11 29.17 28.49 28.11 27.95 1943 27.81 27.63 27.65 27.56 27.71 27.66 27.85 28.74 28.00 27.45 27.26 27.18 19414 27.23 27.26 29.07 28.94 27.78 27.66 30.17 31.26 28.96 32.90 28.82 28.28 1945 29.22 28.53 28.00 27.79 27.62 27.60 28.354 31.53 28.94 28.03 27.59 50.79 1946 29.65 28.27 28.10 27.92 29.36 30.41 30.33 31.48 30.57 29.42 28.46 27.95 1947 26.76 28.39 30.05 28.65 28.30 27.80 27.86 27.70 37.29 31.53 31.60 51.24 1910 31.8 29.83 32.92 31.57 29.43 28.82 29.30 50.56 29.53 29.87 29.02 29.36 1949 28.79 29.69 28.70 28.77 28.30 28.49 28.614 31.75 29.84 28.95 29.58 28.50 1950 28.13 27.93 27.86 27.71 27.66 27.53 29.16 27.83 29.83 55.75 29.11 28.66 1951 28.57 28.28 28.45 28.23 27.90 27.86 27.8' 28.06 28.52 27.98 28.88 28.51, 1952 28.17 30.08 28.90 28.57 28.45 28.21 28.06 28.07 28.41 28.21 27.91 27.85 1953 28.24 28.07 28.09 29.97 28.17 28.70 28.69 33.51 31.19 29.52 28.87 314.34 1954 29.53 28.93 28.68 28.48 28.18 28.00 27.92 27.85 28.39 27.74 27.68 27.65 1955 27.85 28.14 27.76 27.68 27.61 27.34 27.68 27.38 27.37 27.14 27.01 26.95 1956 26.90 27.03 26.88 26.75 26.98 27.01 27.31 27.25 27.48 29.07 27.48 27.15 1957 26.97 26.89 26.95 26.88 26.94 28.66 28.24 28.39 28.13 28.04 27.75 27.61 1958 27.91 28.37 30.05 29-73 28.57 28.64 28.93 29.01 28.01 27.78 27.75 28.08 1959 28.95 29.01 3.03 30.97 .25 30.63 29.87 29.07 30.53 30.22 29.01 28.57 1960 28.41 0.05 3211 2971 .72 28.95 31.31 30.89 30.50 --21

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Table 1. Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 56. SANTA FE RIVER AT WOrlHINGTC FLA. Lcation.--Lat 29*55', long 82*26', on line between sees. 32 and 33, T. 6 S., R. 19 E., at bridge on State Highway 23, 0.5 mile south of Worthington, Union County.' Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1931 --------4.0 3.0 4.00 192 5.12 5.44 25.5 7.81 2.13 58.8 27.0 271 475 59.4 119 71.2 1933 65.5 233 313 1,180 83.0 23.4 113 269 843 71.2 34.3 20.0 1954 16.9 35.6 65.3 33.0 219 3,650 547 847 265 101 23.2 16.8 1935 48.4 38.5 25.4 6.41 3.71 3.58 95.0 417 3,430 421 82.0 52.5 1936 97.8 859 479 450 26.3 36.7 68.7 99.9 33.3 270 58.5 78.4 193T 229 1,280 396 857 131 39.6 102 302 1,390 1,656 241 214 1938 442 460 105 26.4 25.6 62.1 154 374 121 1,138 469 78.7 1939 52.5 73.8 73.6 35.6 38.2 341 877 1,049 246 72.0 28.9 49.8 1940 121 579 157 321 35-3 105 481 795 224 35.5 10.9 127 1941 344 435 338 119 16.9 246 867 362 203 2,236 1,370 1,295 1942 1,381 1,085 2,111 414 60.5 144 400 426 449 171 28.9 38.4 1943 47.2 31.1 52.1 22.5 50.0 18.0 60.9 754 264 42.1 13.0 17.1 1944 60.8 49.7 412 1,161 122 38.3 552 1,827 599 2,564 341 130 1945 688 260 62.5 22.7 17.3 17.4 272 1,254 577 179 47.4 602 1946 899 264 143 73.4 854 1,178 1,459 1,804 1,253 1,187 266 86.0 1947 56.5 555 1,357 583 154 215 147 168 2,186 2,365 1,788 795 1948 765 957 3,216 1,735 141 46.1 209 1,450 455 1,570 170 424 1949 248 969 143 334 68.9 94.1 233 513 1,516 266 555 170 1950 .75.0 39.5 60.2 33.5 32.1 8.32 652 120 2,435 2,155 417 192 1951 167 144 144 131 19.6 12.7 26.1 78.3 138 120 359 185 1952 129 631 370 130 30.0 30.2 27.0 28.4 102 195 55.3 24.9 1953 249 149 144 1,116 118 142 134 1,423 1,477 1,307 379 1,801 1954 779 248 157 102 30.9 12.7 14.8 9.86 165 119 20.5 22,7 1955 80.4 353 52.2 31.1 8.27 5.05 162 57.0 56.8 10.2 15.8 9.61 1956 23.1 87.8 32.1 7.11 89.5 18.3 222 49.0 91.7 750 200 51.3 1957 27.8 21.0 54.9 63.2 46.7 1,263 290 549 239 543 59.5 74.7 1958 166 262 1,460 768 333 150 759 437 93.2 31.6 130 268 1959 1,07 647 3,303 944 1,716 1,263 686 303 982 1,121 308 149 1960 152 383 1,917 739 142 196 1,188 1,265 1,248 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1931 ----------50.14 50.18 1932 50.22 50.22 50.56 50.06 49.92 51.50 50.73 55.00 53.34 50.50 52.84 50.82 1933 52.36 51.72 54.02 53.38 50.98 50.74 52.84 52.30 51.54 51.06 50.64 50.50 1934 50.4 51.39 51.04 50.72 57.64 58.00 54.80 53.66 51.39 50.90 50.58 50.52 1935 50.44 50.64 50.22 50.04 49.84 50.04 51.81 58.14 58.84 52.09 51.18 51.54 1936 52.84 57.14 53.04 51.14 50.54 50.67 51.34 51.94 50.10 51.99 50.69 51.08 1957 58.74 58.79 55.04 53.04 51.00 50.39 53.74 59.59 56.19 53.44 53.99 52.69 1938 53.40 52.19 51.14 50.48 52.08 52.94 54.66 51.56 51.44 59.34 51.99 51.45 1939 51.33 52.66 50.41 51.32 49.88 54.08 53.14 54.66 51.65 50.19 50.07 51.49 1940 51.89 54.4 51.34 51.04 49.88 50.14 56.20 55.31 50.94 49.83 49.71 55.02 1941 52.56 52.74 51.37 50.02 49.69 58.00 57.99 51.89 51.10 59.79 54.37 59.65 1942 53.67 60.26 57.74 51.44 50.13 53.15 55.82 52.28 54.38 50.36 49.97 50.64 1943 50.63 49.93 50.01 49.77 50.38 50.04 50.77 53.35 51.39 49.89 49.94 50.07 1944 50.37 50.27 58.53 53.70 50.39 50.05 56.45 58.24 52.08 57.71 52.16 51.40 1945 54.96 51.70 50.27 50.45 49.93 51.03 52.03 57.26 53.19 51.12 50.36 60.85 1946 55.84 52.12 52.35 50.54 53.50 59.99 61.20 59.42 57.10 53.98 51.80 50.87 1947 52.45 54.84 55.62 52.11 58.36 50.48 53.44 51-.4 60.86 59.60 56.25 56.26 1948 59.03 54.56 57.54 53.74 51.33 50.48 57.59 55.09 52.61 53.06 53.35 55.68 1949 52.19 55.51 51.04 51.19 50.25 52.26 52.50 61.43 53.71 51.65 54.44 51.50 1950 50.67 50.43 50.81 50.27 50.32 49.69 55.42 50.71 57.32 58.76 52.35 52.74 1951 51.58 51.16 52.52 51.20 49.94 50.24 51.11 50.09 53.64 50.43 53.15 53.46 1952 52.18 57.73 53.14 51.14 -49.85 49.80 50.91 53.06 51.96 50.35 50.09 1953 52.43 51.29 51.34 54.92 50.16 53.46 54.83 62.60 60.06 53.56 53.12 60.53 1954 53.73 52.29 51.68 51.41 50.04 49.65 49.88 49.90 54.81 50.20 49.96 50.07 1955 51.87 51.71 51.02 49.77 49.76 49.82 51.56 50.43 49.91 49.82 49.79 49.81 1956 50.41 50.76 49.83 49.94 50.08 51.97 50.25 50.30 51.67 56.79 51.03 50.37 1957 50.16 50.44 50.87 50.08 50.98 52.38 53.83 52.96 53.05 51.00 51.09 50.77 1958 52.60 58.38 65.40 56.81 51.95 53.71 53.23 52.89 50.27 50.17 50.51 53.11 1959 54.27 55.54 58.54 55.85 59.57 55.16 53.72 53.48 56.40 55.39 52.79 51.72 1960 53.00 58.59 59.49 53.28 50.74 54.81 59.79 57.76 60.18 --22

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Table l.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 58. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP BLANDING, FIA. Location.--Lat 29"56'33", long 81053'52", on line between secs. 27 and 28, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on State Highway 21, 6 miles southeast of main entrance to Camp Blanding, and 6 miles southwest of Penney Farms. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 ---------49.9 27.8 25.2 1958 31.9 34.5 53.6 47.2 31.9 21.1 23.3 25.7 19.1 17.7 25.2 33.8 1959 48.5 38.0 105 61.7 131 93.1 76.4 50.3 92.0 60.0 39.7 34.8 1960 32.7 38.2 68.2 49.8 31.3 28.6 68.7 67.8 89.7 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 ---------44.19 4.2 44. 1958 44.17 4.94 44.63 44.32 43.95 43.67 43.72 43.66 43.47 45.64 43.69 44.o4 1959 44.20 45.99 45.24 44.50 46.00 44.78 45.42 45.49 45.01 44.75 44.44 44.34 1960 44.51 44.54 45.16 44.34 4.34 43.95 45.45 44.58 45.95 -59. SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA. Location.--Lat 29058'45", long 81'51'08", in NEt sec. 13, T. 6 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on State Highway 16, 2 miles west of Penney Farms. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1939 -------33 39.2 56.4 1940 82.7 163 62.3 134 34.5 101 11 lo10 74.5 25.2 18.1 225 1941 162 137 118 91.1 33.7 182 379 156 162 564 225 321 1942 245 281 485 97.3 47.9 245 174 118 163 48.5 38.8 71.0 1943 59.7 47.5 63.9 38.3 70.8 127 173 415 291 60.5 45.7 55.7 1944 148 71.1 351 325 62.9 83.6 414 583 161 583 100 88.5 1945 161 92.6 55.9 53.0 35.8 66.5 126 238 310 133 58.8 325 1946 189 83.1 106 54.1 288 225 342 411 577 175 91.2 58.6 1947 60.0 127 306 139 77.3 83.9 228 155 637 633 484 183 1948 398 251 666 237 60.9 61.1 165 305 161 450 75.0 94.8 1949 78.2 173 68.3 121 85.9 61.2 48.1 161 236 205 107 62.9 1950 48.2 40.5 58.2 42.2 37.3 29.4 132 37.6 465 586 89.9 82.a 1951 80.0 69.9 78.5 52.0 25.5 24.3 46.3 63.8 68.2 98.5 175 102 1952 66.7 199 109 70.3 72.9 99.0 86.9 81.6 207 236 63.6 39.5 1953 131 181 114 524 41.9 45.7 127 885 452 315 120 432 1954 151 117 89.5 69.1 39.5 29.8 33.8 22.3 34.2 72.4 31.2 36.7 1955 69.7 125 43.1 32.5 18.6 16.2 43.8 26.6 127 59.1 25.8 26.5 1956 45.5 109 34.5 28.2 84.2 153 152 72.6 48.9 222 4.3 33.5 1957 30.5 34.0 81.3 40.6 47.6 176 160 237 184 196 50.5 51.0 1958 101 102 313 223' 81.2 39.7 58.1 133 35.8 55.9 122 196 1959 271 129 593 171 747 320 254 228 356 173 77.6 67.3 1960 66.8 124 451 172 59.8 143 530 271 529 23

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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 59. SOUTH FORK BLACK C.EEK NEAR PENNEY FARS, FLA. -continued Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. S -----11.48 12.34 LI'I... 11.96, 12.20 11.56 11.50 11.88 11.68 12.09 12.22 11.38 11.41 13.59 L 1l2.,t 12.57 11.63 11.72 11.79 15.92 12.75 13.38 11.57 15.25 12.13 14.54 l1 12.2 l 14.L Lj.4h 11.62 11.82 13.79 12.61 12.16 12.82 11.28 11.20 12.90 1:0 iLU..LL.2L 11.25 11.03 11.52 12.62 11.95 14.97 12.19 11.24 11.49 11.73 L;.4 l.U, 11.. 20.)( 12.00 11.40 12.04 17.79 13.19 12.15 12.66 12.13 11.87 LL, 12.-5 Li.:L 11. .1 1..81 10.78 11.27 11.80 12.76 12.61 11.60 11.39 16.04 L%6 1235 1,2-56 12 2-753 1l.0 12.08 16.78 18.50 17.43 13.08 12.00 11.75 11.51 La; .09 12.03 15.91 11.54 12.14 11.93 15.16 1.72 13.72 13.87 12.58 12.41 L7 i .9L 12.h2 12.62 11.70 11.28 11.51 13.77 12.00 12.76 11.85 11.82 11.91 1"19 1-61.5 11.69 11.37 11.31 11.26 11.62 10.95 16.70 20.91 11.69 11.76 11.43 Ls0 11.16 u1.00 11.52 11.15 10.84 10.64 11.03 11.17 25.42 12.59 11.68 13.06 1:51 11-52 11.5) 11.62 10.99 10.74 11.57 11.67 11.02 12.78 11.28 11.76 12.41 1952 12.00 15.52 12.26 11.52 13.16 11.50 11.51 13.44 14.36 12.04 11.48 11.34 1?55 .60 11.61 11-57 11.99 11.10 11.37 13.18 21.02 14.96 12.71 11.96 15.25 '95 1.2-Lu 12.21 11-.5 11.73 11.47 10.92 10.51 10.60 11.17 10.84 10.81 10.96 955 u1.79 11.40 11.65 10.69 10.89 11.12 12.12 10.78 11.42 10.83 10.82 11.06 1956 11.52 11.48 11.00 11.28 11.1 13.85 11.21 11.14 10.90 11.74 11.17 11.02 197 U1.00 11.56 11.55 110.00 .9 11.02 12.19 12.38 15.18 11.32 11.44 11.30 1956 12.21 16.12 12.74 11.71 11.63 11.23 11.19 11.20 10.70 11.10 11.41 12.44 1959 12.09 17.69 12.87 1.76 13.58 12.32 12.09 13.55 12.17 11.98 11.60 11.52 1.--o 12.78 15-30 15.57 11.80 12.29 13.76 19.89 12.78 16.76 --60. SWIFT CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA. ccation.--Lat 30*05', long 82*25', in sec. 16, T. 5 S., R. 19 E., at bridge on State Highway 100, 5 miles northwest of Lake Butler. Monthly mean discharge, in cfs Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1957 ----17.1 19.0 1.09 4.8 1958 1.-5 25.1 106 102 27.1 8.57 41.1 61.5 10.9 .12 .75 5.90 1-559 9?.1 46.6 305 71.7 195 104 22.5 22.7 80.1 75.3 28.1 14.3 19C0 1i.2 62.1 236 41.2 5.49 5.21 43.7 50.7 60.2 --Month-end stage, in feet above mean sea level 1957 -------112.82 112.69 111.90 111.93 111.86 195 112.58 114.03 113.62 113.23 111.76 112.36 112.53 112.96 110.60 110.62 110.77 111.58 1959 112.52 114.50 114.38 113.19 115.34 111.4 112.41 111.08 113.19 112.94 12.01 111.55 960 112.02 114.81 114.21 111.68 10.40 111.63 113.57 114.14 14.1 --24

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Table 1.--Streamflow, stream stages, and lake stages -continued 62. WADESBORO SPRING NEAR ORANGE PARK, FLA. Location.--Nine-tenths of a mile southwest of Orange Park on State Highway 224A at railroad crossing. Measurements of discharge.--Apr. 18, 1946, 1.40 cfs; Apr. 20, 1956, 0.71 cfs; Get. 18, 1960, 1.41 cfs. 63. WATER OAK CREEK NEAR STARKE, FLA. Location.--Lat 30e01', long 82009', in sec. 36, T. 5 S., R. 21 E., at bridge on State Highway 16, 6.2 miles northwest of Starke. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Gage Height Date Discharge Gage Height (cfs) (ft.) (cfs) (ft.) 56-58 1.24 9.40 3-:'3-60 582 15.85 12-15-58 77.9 11.24 5-18-60 592 (from 15.89 3-19-59 325 12.75 rating) 8-17-60 10.6 10.17 64. YELLOW WATER CREEK NEAR MAXVILLE, FLA. Location.--Lat 30"13'44", long 8155'17", in NEt sec. 20, T. 3 S., R. 24 E., at bridge on State Highway 228, 5.8 miles northeast of Maxville. Measurements of flow Date Discharge Stage Date Discharge Stage (cfs) (ft., msl) (cfs) (ft., msl) 9-12-57 24.5 53.96 2-16-59 7.70 53.30 104-57 192 55.61 3-18-59 230 55.78 125-57 1.68 52.51 4-14-59 5.43 52.99 1-16-58 15.6 53.63 5-23-59 605 56.72 5-12-58 20.7 53.79 7-31-59 2.90 52.76 4-11-58 -(peak) 57.82 9-24-59 14.9 53.62 4-11-58 262 55.88 11-10-59 4.82 52.85 57-58 1.63 52.33 15-60 2.67 52.57 79-58 6.88 53.15 32-60 19.7 53.76 8-27-58 6.36 52.90 4-26-60 1.94 52.76 10-29-58 .44 52.11 6-22-60 1.35 52.66 12-19-58 5.40 53.05 8-17-60 2.80 52.51 25

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Table. Chenical Analypse en4 Temnporslure ad Surflcs Wa4ter (Notel Numbers prpeadtin station names are location nubers in (ttgurS 3 and 4) Checal analyses in parts per million exept spaiotic conduatance, pH, and color Dissolvd HardanessIp i -solid asP CoCO, conduct MagPo--i sM Tom pit MeanM Clanotas BioarChlofluoMlPholCalResidue Calctuu, mon(lcroa perof diacharge illioe Iron alua stua Sodium slum bonates ultat ride ride trats phatel ou. t *sgne. carbonbho ature oolleotlon (ofa) (50 r (I) (Ca) (lg) (a) (I) (HO,) (804) (Cl) (1) (NO) (P 0) lated 180'C ium ast at SI'C) pH Color ('F) (35) NrWNANi LAE EAR GAINEBVIuLE, nh, July s1, iif5.. -117 .O 30 10, 0, -4 78 I 1 4 e .65 88 Oct. 7 1958,... 0I 1.7 1.6 .00 3.6 1.3 5.1 -11 I1. 10 .3 .0 0.0 -14 I 63 1.6 50 71 Mar. 3, 1959 ..... 6.5 ,0 ,07 4,3 .0 3.8 .0 10 1,2 2,5 .2 .1 -31 59 14 6 49 .0 110 57 Jan. 1, 1960.... 8 s. 2.3 ,05 3. 1.1 3.9 4 2s,8 5.8 .4.4 .1 28 67 12 9 I 0.3 96 I6 June ........... 2.5 1.6 .14 3.2 1.3 5.0 1.0 7 3.2 7.0 ..4 .0 26 53 14 I 6 3 .3 80 8 (7) CAMPS CANAL N~AR ROCHELL, VWA. Oct. 7 1958,...... 34 1.9 0.00 3.8 1.1 4. -10 .0 10 0.2 0.0 0.0 29 -I1 6 63 J I60 76 ar. 02, 1695..... 833 2.0 .04 4.4 1.0 5.2 0.0 4.8 8.8 .1.7 -321 16 8 68 1.8 110 61 Jan. 1, 190..... I 70 2.6 .15 3.2 1.1 3.9 .6 4 .4 5 .8 .3 4.5 .6 6 64 19 9 2 .6 110j 6 s June 1i,........... 60 1.1 .08 3. .7 4.8 .I10 .8 8.0 .1 .1 .0 94 9 12 4 48 1.9 60 84 (43) ORANGE LAEB AT ORANGE LAKE, FLA. Oat. 7, 1956..... 4.3 0.00 6. 1.9 4. -11 3.0 10 0.3 0. I 0.1 4 I -7I 8 83 6.41 0 76 Jan. 1, 1960...... 3.4 .02 6.0 1.6 4.7 0.6 18 2.0 7.0 .2 1.3 .13 3 66 I 6 I68 B .80 59 June 1.......... 8 58.3 2.3 .03 6.0 1.2 4.6 I.1 I 0 8 8.2 .1 1 .0 33 4 49 20 64 81 3 83 (45) PEBBLE LAKE HEAR EYSTONE HEIGHTSI, PLA. Nov. 21, 1967..... 8 10.0 4.7 0.02 0.8 0.5 2.4 0.2 4 2.8 4.0 0.1 0.0 0.4 18 21 4 0 24 .7 10 Oat. 1 1968..... 6.6 1.7 .00 1.0 .1 3.2 -3 1.5 4.0 .1 .1 .4 14 -3 0 23 .4 3 79 Mar. 16, 1959 ,... -1.0 .05 .8 .4 2.0 .0 2 2.0 3.5 .1 .1 -11 13 4 2 21 1.3 3 61 Dec. 30........... 8 6.4 1.6 .04 .8 .2 3.4 .5 2 .8 3.5 .1 .4 .0 12 15 3 2 22 1 .9 62 June 22, 1960 .... 8 5.8 1.4 .01 .8 .4 2.1 .0 2 .8 3.5 .0 .0 .1 10 9 4 2 19 5.2 0 85 (41) ORANGE LAKE AT HEAOEYT' FISHING CAMP, FLA. ar. 19, 1959..... 8 6.1 0.7 0.03 7.6 1.1 8.3 0,1 20 2.4 o1 0.2 0.8 39 67 72 I 79 6 46 I Jan. 4 1960...... 67.6 2.0 .03 7.0 1.1 4.8 .8 20 2.4 9.0 .2 .3 38 46 22 6 70 .4 6 6 June 21........... 88.3 1.6 .03 6.0 1.7 5.0 .9 20 1.2 7.5 .3 .2 0.0 34 58 22 6 66 .4 45 83

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperaturee of surface waters--Continued Chemcal analyses in parts pr maillion except speific conductance. pH. and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids Ua CaCO conduct. MagPoance TenDate Mean CalnotasBarChloFlu-. NiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron cium eium Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate ouat magnecarbonmhos ature collection (s) (S10,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (H0) (804) (Cl) (F) (N0) (PO4) lated 180'C slum ate at 25'C) pR Color (*F) (30) LOCHLOOSA CREEK AT GROVE PARK, FLA. Mar. 17, 1989..... I 751 2.2 0.09 a.0 1.0 3.8 0.0 4 0.4 5.0 0.2 0.3 -17 60 9 6 40 5.41150 58 Jan. 4, 1960..... 11 .03 4.4 2.7 7.1 .9 14 1.6 12 .3 .2 0.0 47 92 22 10 78 6.1 160 89 June 21........... 6.1 .07 4.4 1.9 4.3 .4 9 2.4 8.5 .2 .1 .7 33 72 19 12 57 8.6 220 83 (32) LOCHLOOSA LAKE AT LOCHRLOBA, FLA. Oct. 7, 1958...... 0.4 0.00 15 3.3 12 -50 1 16 0.3 0.4 0.0 84 -51 10 142 6. 15I 76 Mar. 17, 1959..... .8 .04 14 1.7 7.8 0.1 36 6.8 12 .3 -91 42 12 122 6,7 45 62 Jan. 4, 1960,..... 5.7 .02 9.4 3.0 6.2 1.0 33 6.0 10 .2 1.0 1.1 60 90 36 9 103 6.8 75 59 June21.......... .0 .06 80 2.2 5.8 .4 29 32 10 .2 ..0.0 44 49 29 5 83 6.7 4 85 (10) DEEP CREEK NEAR RODMAN, FLA. Nov. 2, 1957..... 10 0.06 19 .2 3.4 0.2 87 22 .5 0.1 0.0 0.3 90 96 73 2 150 7.5 90 64 Mar. 17, 1989..... 4.5 .10 6.2 2.1 3.1 .1 20 .8 4.5 .3 .1 -32 71 24 8 56 6.7 190 57 Dec. 30........... 11 .11 19 8.7 3.8 .5 82 3.2 6.5 .1 .0 .3 90 94 71 4 154 7.6 35 60 CN June 21, 1960..... I17 .12 17 5.5 3.4 1.6 68 6.0 5.5 .2 .0 .0 89 104 65 10 18 7.1 75 74 (80) BAND HILL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. July 8, 1957...... 1.7 0.01 0.8 0. 3.6 0.4 4 0.5 5.0 0.0 0.2 -24 4 0 29 6 3 87 Nov. 27........... 8 5.4 4.0 .01 .4 .7 3.0 .2 4 2.5 5.0 .1 .0 0.0 1 25 4 0 26 .7 5 Oct. 1, 1958.. .5.2 3.0 .01 .6 .6 4.8 -3 3.5 5.5 .1 ..20 -4 2 28 5.5 2 83 Mar. 20, 1959.... 6.3 2.4 .03 1.4 .5 3.4 .0 1 .8 5.8 .1 .1 -15 26 4 37 .8 38 62 Dec. 31.......... 8 5.7 1.3 .04 1.2 .3.4 .0 2 2.4 4.2 .1 .2 .0 14 16 5 4 24 .3 5 55 June 22 1960..... 8 5.6 2.4 .01 1.0 .4 2. .1 3 2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 15 12 4 2 24 .3 5 82 (34) MAGNOLIA LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Nov. v2, 1i..... -1.9 .0 0.01 0.0 15 4 1 2 .5 5 -Mar. 20, 1959..... 8 7.7 .8 .02 1.0 .4 2.8 .0 2 2.8 5.0 .1 .5 -14 18 4 2 28 .1 20 63 Dec. 31........... 8 7.3 1.6 .07 1.2 .1 2.6 .2 4 2.4 4.0 .1 .0 -14 28 4 0 26 .1 17 88 June 22 ..... 1. .9 1.3 .9 .02 1.2 .2 2.9 .0 3 2.4 4.2 .0 .0 .0 13 15 4 2 24 .4 3 83 INFLOW TO CRYSTAL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Dec. 20, 1957..... I 5 .3 0.01 0.41 0.2 1 2.0 o0.0 4 1 0.5 I 3.0 0.0 10.0 I 0.2 14 I 17 I 0 I 16 .l I

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Table 2,--Chelicll *nalyo0r and tr"mpratur u o surface waters--Continuud Chalia.l baglyue.I in parti put million uxncspt specItr.i cunductRanceI pHI nd color-(on inued Dissolved Hardness Specific usolid as Cco, conduct IPo----------anc TeDat Mean Caln-. ta-loar. ChloFluoN-PhonCalNeildue Calcium, Non(microperof dimcherge iliica Iron clum tlua lodlum lum onate Sultatet ride ride trat phate coat magnecarbonshoai tuIr collection (olr) ((110) (if) (C; ) (Mg) (NM) (K) (NC,) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO, (PO~ ) ltd30 180'C i luC at at 28'C) pH Color ('C) (9) CRYSTAL LAKE EIAR IKYSTOIN HIIGHTS, FLA. Dec. 20,1 957 ..... 0.02 3.2 0,7 3.4 0.2 13 2,2 5s 0.0 0.0 0.0 24 31 11 0 41 7.7 6 Oct, 108...... 4.4 .01 4.0 .3,8 .4 10 3.5 ,0 .1 .1 .0 26 24 11 3 38 6,7 6 82 Mar. 20, 198..... 1.4 .05 1.4 .4 2,7 .0 3 2.4 4.5 .1 .3 -16 16 1 2 27 .7 2 63 Dec. 30 ........ .0 .05 2.0 .8 2.8 .0 7 I 1. 4,2 .0 .1 .01 18 7 2 30 n.4 I 61 June 23, 1960..... ..0 .7 ,02 2.2 .6 217 1.0 8 2.4 3.5 .0 .0 .0 16 19 8 3 31 6.3 16 83 (4) BROOKLYN LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. July 11, 1967..... 0.2 0.01 1.2 0.7 4.0 0.4 4 2.5 6.0 0.0 0.1 -17 21 6 37 .7 3 88 Nov. S ............ 4.7 1.3 .00 1.2 1.0 4.0 .2 3 5.2 7.0 .0 .0 0.0 21 34 7 4 41 .5 -Oct, 1 1eS ...... 8 6, I 1.0 .01 1.6 1.2 4.4 .4 2 5.5 6,0 .1 .1 .0 21 22 8 40 .5 3 84 War. 19, 188..... 8 9.6 .9 .05 1.4 .5 3.9 .0 1 5.2 6.0 .1 .0 -18s 1 6 4 30 .1 2 60 Deo. 30........... 8 SS.8 1.4 .03 1.0 .6 2.6 .3 4 3.2 4.8 .11 2 .0 16 -2 28 .6 10 60 June 22, 1060..... 32,.9 .5 .02 1.4 .2 2.9 .0 3 2.8 5.0 .0 .0 .1 14 19 4 2 26 .6 2 83 N (23) LAKE GENEVA AT KEYSTONE ROIGHT, FLA. 00 July 9, 1957...... a 5.6 2.5 0.01 1.2 1.2 6.0 0.7 4 T3.0 9.0 0.0 0.1 -26 31 8 4 5 s3.6 3 s8 Nov.2............ -.8 .01 .8 1.3 6.2 ,4 3 5.5 9.5 .0 .0 0.0 26 28 8 58 2 5. Oct. 1, 1988...... 8 5.1 .9 .00 2.0 .7 5.6 .7 2 6.8 10 .1 .1 .1 2 68 2 I 56 .2 3 83 Mr. 1, 199..... -.8 .00 1.2 1.1 6.4 .0 1 6.8 10 .1 .2 -27 31 8 6 .1 Dec. 30 ........... 8 7.3 .2 .02 1.4 1.1 6.3 .9 2 0.0 9.0 .1 .1 .0 26 34 8 6 53 .6 1 60 June 21, 1960..... 6 7.6 .0 .02 1.4 1.2 8.9, 1.0 2 6.8 8.5 .1 .1 .0 26 32 8 7 52 5 .86 (25) LAKE JOHNSON AT GOLD HEAD BRANCH STATE PARK NEAR KETSTON RHEIGHTS, FLA. Nov. 27, 1957..... 0.4 3.3 0.02 0.4 0.5 2.4 02 4 22 40 I .0 o 0.0 0.2 s1 20I 3 0 24 .41 3 -Oct. 1, 1988...... .3 2.4 .01 .8 .2 2.4 .4 3 8.2 4.0 .0 .1 .0 20 -3 0 22 .6 80 Mar. 10, 1989... 8 .5 2.8 .0 .6 .2 2.0 .0 2 1.2 3.2 .1 .0 -11 14 2 1 20 .2 5 60 De ... 30....... .. 1.0 3.8 .6 .4 2.4 .1 4 .0 4.0 .0 .1 .1 13 19 3 0 22 .9 25 9 June 22, 1960...... 1.6 3.1 .04 1.2 .4 2.4 .0 2 .8 3. .0 .1 .0 13 14 4 3 21 .3 10 84 (18) HALL LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, PLA. Dec. 16, 1967..... 0o 0.01 1.6 1.7 7.8 0.5 2 1 13 0.1 0.1 0.1 37 62 1 10 74 10 Oct. 2, 198...... 1.1 .00 1. 2.1 11 -1 16 14 .1 .0 .0 47 -13 12 89 .7 3 81 Mar. 20, 199..... 1.1 .01 2.0 1.6 7.3 .0 0 13 12 .1 .2 -37 44 12 12 76 47 0 62 Dec. 30 ........... .1 .01 2.2 1.8 6.1 .6 2 11 12 .1 .0 .0 38 38 13 12 79 2 59 June 23, 1960...... .0 .04 2.4 1.9 8.4 .6 1 14 12 .1 .0 .0 -14 13 83 8 81

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in rtse pr ill ion exept fspeifc (onductance, H. a&nd color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specifi solids as CaCO0 conductMagPoance TenDate Mean CalnetauBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron cium siuN Sodium sium bonate Sultate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecrbonmhos ature collection (cts) (810 ) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (Ha) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180C sium ate at 25C) pH Color (F) (57) SMITH LAKE NEAR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FA. Dec. 16, 1957 ..... 1.2 0.02 2.0 2.3 12 0.7 3 8.8 22 0.1 0.4 0.1 51 62 14 12 104 8.6 10 Oct. 1958 ...... 1.0 .00 3.6 2.4 14 1.1 1 20 20 .1 .4 .0 63 74 19 18 123 4.9 0 81 Mar. 20, 1959,.... 1.4 .04 3.2 2.1 9.1 .0 1 17 14 .1 .0 -47 61 16 16 95 5.0 3 63 Dec. 30. ....... .2 .01 2.8 1.9 11 1.4 2 16 16 .2 .1 .0 61 63 15 14 100 6.2 6 59 June 23, 1960.... .0 .04 3.0 1.9 9.8 1.2 3 16 16 .0 .0 .0 48 62 16 13 94 5.2 8 83 (24) LAKE GRANDIN NEAR INTERLACHEN, FLA. July 11, 1957 .... 8 6.5 0. 0.01 2.o '1. 3.9 0.3 6 4.0 s9. 0.0 0.1 -27 39 1o 3s 3 5 .7 10 86 Dec. 30, 199..... s 7.8 .0 .12 1.8 1.3 6.2 .0 4 6.4 10 .1 .2 0.0 28 32 10 6 57 5.6 7 60 June 21, 1980..... 8 7.9 1.5 .05 2.2 1.0 5.5 .0 4 6.0 9.5 .0 .1 .1 28 34 10 6 51 5. 5 (8) CLARIKS CREEK NEAR ORBEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Sept. 30, 1958.... 11 0.00 11 0.7 6.2 35 2.2 s9.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 58 30 2 1 87 7.1 30 N (46) PETERS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA. o0 Sept. 30, 1958.... 8.8 0.00 6.0 0.6 4.8 20 0.5 1 7.5 o0.2 0.0 a39 18 1 58 6.8 40 (58) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR CAMP BLANDING STATE ROAD 21, FLA. Mar. 18, 199..... 2.9 0.14 I.8 0.9 4.4 0.0 12 3.6 7.0 0.o2 0.0 31 46 18 8 62 6.5 50 56 (2) ATES CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA. Dec. 18 1987 .... 6.6 0.25 1.8 1.1 4.5 0.0 5 1.2 9.0 0.1 0.1 0.7 28 89 9 5 47 .6 180 Sept. 30, 1958.... 6.3 .00 2.0 .1 3.7 -4 .8 8.5 .3 .1 1.0 2 -6 2 31 .4 80 71 Feb. 13, 1959..... I 37.2 6.2 .27 2.0 1.0 5.9 .0 1 3.2 9.8 .2 .4 -29 74 9 8 8a 1.7 220 Mar. 17.. ..... 2.9 .30 .8 .5 2.7 .0 1 2.2 4.5 .1 .1 -14 38 4 3 27 .8 30 5 Dec. 31......... 7.9 .34 2.4 .6 4.8 .4 4 2.4 10 .2 .1 .4 31 57 8 5 40 .5 150 52 June 22, I0.... 8.7 .24 2.4 .3.9 .0 3 .8 6.5 .2 .3 .4 22 39 8 6 37 160 76

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Table 2,--Chuetcal analysew and temperaturew ul wurface waterm--Contin4ed --h----t----| annla l llY in PnI r no miltl.nn BrX(rnt Bn1 firt! rnndpirt.anr n H .rt ninr-P. ._nnt_ nned Dilssolved Hardness* Ipolli MgoPod as CCt, eonduct. 1eP. anceDate m en Caln.tacBlar ChioFluoNiPhosCalRidu Clcu, No(airoot dc7h0rg Millca Iron lu iullum aodi lum bonast ulfate rids ride trate phate cuat iagnscarbonsoha &turf colleotlon (of.) (4t1o) (7) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (W) (O,) (504) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (PCo) lated o180c aum ate at 25'C) pN Color ('r) (14) OREENS CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA. Dec. 18 1957,,,, 11 0.17 3.1 1.l 7.0 0,0 14 1.0 14 0,1 0,0 0.2 46 71 i16 4 1 .5 l6 -Sept. 36, 1968,... I o,1 7.7 .00 9l .9 6 I -I 27 1. 110 7 0 1 4 -26 4 6O 7; Mar. 17, 195 ..... 2,6 .17 1.6 .0 3.0 ,0 0 4 4. 1 4 -12 36 4 4 31 .7 110 IS ............ 11 .7 .8 .62 ,4 17 .8 12 1 2 1.0 -45 70 16 2 68 .5 70 1 Jun22 96 7.1 .26 4.0 .7 6.0 1 8 .8 11 .1 2 .0 34 50 13 6 6 0 74 (59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, IA. Aug. 23, 1957 .... 409 6.8 -2.6 0.9 5.0 0.0 6 1.2 9.5 0.2 0.1 -29 6 10 4 5 .3 250 75 Oct. 8............ 170 5.3 0.58 3.6 .7 4.4 .3 7 .0 13 .2 .2 -32 3 12 6 0 .7 360 -Nov. 26............ 61 6.7 .11 3.6 1.1 4.3 .4 10 .0 7.0 .1 .1 -27 51 14 6 2 .0 100 63 Jan. 13, 1958..... 80 7.7 .07 3.0 1.5 5.6 .5 7 3.0 10 .2 .1 -35 5 141 60 56 Mar. 13............ 335 5.3 .26 2.4 1.1 5.6 .5 5 2.0 9.5 .2 1 -29 67 10 6 53 5.3 180 61 May 5............. .56 6.6 .13 2.6 1.2 4.3 .3 8 2.0 6.8 .2 .2 -28 45 12 5 4 .9 100 75 July 7 .......... .. 5 6.0 .22 3.0 1.2 4.5 .5 8 2.5 7.2 .3 .1 -29 53 12 6 4 5.9 120 79 S ept. 3........... 33 6.0 .11 4.6 .4 3.8 .3 11 2.2 6.5 .0 .1 -30 52 13 4 47 .3 -Sept. 30, Oat.1-11 42 7.4 .07 5.6 .7 3.8 .4 12 4.8 7.2 .2 .2 0.5 37 51 17 7 2 .3 7 -Oct. 12, 14-26.... 75 12 .10 24 1.6 5.8 .7 72 6.4 11 .2 .0 .4 97 130 $6 7 1509 .60 -Oat. 13........... 25 -----11 3.6 ---...-15 6 52 6.1 65 Oct. 27-28, 30, Nov. 1-2, 4-6, 8, 10, 12-14, 18-1. 121 7.9 .17 5.6 .7 4.8 .4 12 8.0 10 .2 .1 .5 44 77 17 7 62 .1 15 Oct. 29........... -..--86 4.8 ------76 184 .8 0 67 Oct. 31.... ........ 38 39 ---.90 5.6---. 81 7 193 .8 12 67 NoV. 3 ............. 4 ...8 4---4 7 5.6-.. .. ..--40 2 111 .8 65 64 Nov. 7 ........... .5121 5.2 72 175 .8 20 67 Nov. 15........... e -----70 8.8 -... .----69 12 160 1.7 30 70 o 20.......... 47 -----87 9.2 -----81 10 18 .6 10 67 Nov,. 21-22, 24-25, 28-29, Dec. 1, 3-8, 11-13, 15-18 226 7.5 .23 3.6 1.0 4.6 .4 6 8.0 10 .2 .0 .4 39 75 13 8 5 .6 160 Nov. 26-27 ....... 80 9.6 .08 24 1.7 4.9 .7 71 11 8.0 .3 .0 .3 95 -07 9 157 .0 45

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of burface waters--Continued Chemical analyees in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Diesolved Hardness specific solids as CaCOs conduct MagPoance TemDate Mean CalnetasBlearCloFluNNiPhosCalResidue Calcia, Non(microperot discharge ilica Iron ciun slum odiuma aim bonateSulfate ride ride trate phate cuat manecarbonshoe ature collection (cfs) (i8 ) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (804) (C0) (() (NO) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25'C) pH Color (5c ) (59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued Dec. 2, 198 ...... 0 -----83 11 ------83 18 189 6.6 10 70 Dec. 20, 23, 25... 84 11 0.03 30 2.7 5.0 0.4 81 e1 12 0.2 0.4 -118 156 86 20 200 7.5 30 Dec. 22, 26-27, 29-31............ 118 9.7 .15 4.0 .7 5.3 .1 6 4.0 9.0 .1 .2 -36 64 13 8 56 5.8 120 Jan. 1-8, 1959.... 625 5.6 .16 3.2 .7 5.0 .1 5 4.0 8.5 .2 .2 -30 71 11 7 4 5.4 190 -Jan. 9............ 185 9.4 ---.0 .5 70 15 10 .2 1.5 ---80 22 180 6.8 15 60 Jan. 10........... 162 11 ---5. .2 45 10 8.0 .2 .7 ----47 10 118 6.6 90 50 Jan. 12-15, 17, 19-20............ 150 7.6 .14 3.2 1.0 4.7 .1 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 -32 62 12 7 55 5.8 130 Jan. 18........... 238 8.9 ---6.0 .5 67 20 12 .2 3.4 ---84 29 196 6.8 20 58 Jan. 21, 23, 26-31 122 7.4 .13 3.2 1.0 5.3 .1 8 4.4 8.5 .2 .1 -34 56 12 6 54 6.1 10 -Jan. 24-25........ 188 8.0 -34 3.2 6.0 .8 83 22 12 .2 .4 -127 145 98 30 228 7.0 10 Feb. 2-7,9-10..... 137 6.4 .16 3.2 1.0 4.8 .1 8 4.0 7.5 .2 .1 -31 61 12 6 53 6.0 150 Feb. 11-16, 18-20. 112 6.6 .19 4.0 .7 5.3 .1 9 4.0 8.0 .2 .2 -34 65 13 6 6 6.1 160 SFeb. 21-28........ 151 6.3 .16 3.2 1.0 4.4 .1 8 4.4 7.0 .2 .1 -31 67 12 6 50 6.2 10 Mar. 2-7, 9-10.... 450 5.2 .19 2.8 1.0 4.8 .1 6 4.4 7.0 .1 .2 -29 69 11 6 50 5.7 180 Mar. 11-14, 16-18. 982 5.8 .13 2.4 1.5 3.3 .0 7 4.0 7.2 .0 .1 -28 1 12 6 41 .9 140 -Mar. 21-28, 30-31. 487 5.7 .17 2.8 .9 3.0 .0 6 3.8 6.8 .0 .1 -26 50 10 6 41 .8 150 -Apr. 1-4, 6-10.... 229 5.9 .20 3.4 1.0 3.3 .0 8 6.6 7.5 .0 .2 -31 53 12 6 44 6.0 200 -Apr. 11, 13-18, 20 117 6.2 .15 3.8 1.0 3.3 .0 8 4.2 7.0 .0 .2 -30 50 14 7 44 8.2 140 Apr. 21-25, 27-30. 170 6.3 .21 3.2 1.2 3.6 .0 8 4.0 8.2 .0 .2 -31 s9 13 6 46 8.0 150 May 1-2, 4-9...... 56 6.6 .12 3.4 1.3 3.2 .0 11 4.4 7.2 .0 .1 -32 40 14 5 45 6. 120 May 11-16, 18-19.. 80 6.9 .13 4.0 1.2 3.4 .0 13 4.8 6,8 .0 .1 -34 50 15 4 50 6.6 100 May 21............ 10300 1.9 .12 1.0 .1 --4 2.4 3.0 .1 --12 28 3 0 18 .6 110 June 4-10......... 547 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.3 .0 6 .8 6.0 .2 .6 -24 58 12 7 38 6.1 220 -June 11-20........ 134 7.2 .31 3.2 1.5 3.8 .0 9 2.4 6.0 .2 .3 -29 62 14 6 44 6.3 10 June 21-23........ 182 16 .18 4.0 1.7 6.4 .3 25 3.2 7.5 ,0 .5 -52 66 17 0 57 7.1 170 June 24........... 110 6.7 -4.0 .8 3.4 .3 8 2.4 ----43 12 6 37 6.0 180 79 June 2............. 100 11 -4.0 1.0 5.0 .3 16 2.0 --.9 --53 14 1 44 6.5 200 80 June 28-27, 29.... 132 5.4 .02 3.6 .5 3.5 .2 10 3.6 6.5 .0 .3 -29 55 11 3 40 8.6 170

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Tablu 2,--Chemlcal analysue and teuipuraturob of urfacue Wstyro--Contlinud Chla!cal. an.lye.? inpa't per a illiun excopt pr? ecif condu tancel pi, and color--Continued IDPIsolvs Hardness Speaifi s_ olide as C0a0 conduct wagPCamns TeoDate Mesa Calne. %5MocorChioFluoNiPhoCalResidue Calalum, Non(mlaropaeot diohsrge Silica Iron aclum xI l odium sum s onatr Sulate ride ride trate phato ua t mane, carbonshoS ature collection (oar) (010.) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (00 s (804) (Cl) (F) (N0o) IPO) lated 180'C s um ate at 25'C) pl Color ('F) (65) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARM, FLA.--Continued June 30 169.... 111 18 -4,8 1.0 6.3 0.3 22 3.2 --0.4 -66 20 2 6 6 200 80 July 1-.......... 78 6.2 0.0 4,0 .7 3, ,3 12 3.2 7.5 0.0 2 -32 43 13 3 44 .160 July 6.,.....,,... 73 13 -4.8 1.0 5.1 .3 16 3.2 -..---52 16 3 44 6.7 120 72 July 7.o.......... 6 --4.0 .3,7 .2 14 2.8 ---.-37 12 0 39 .150 72 July 8-10..... 8.... 7.2 .06 4,0 1.0 3.7 .2 12 3.6 7,0 .0 .2 -33 43 14 4 44 .0 110 July 11-1........ 2.76 5.2 -3.2 ,7 3.1 .3 8 2.0 6.0 .4 -6 66 11 4 37 2 170 July 14-20......... 603 5.8 .02 2,8 7 3.4 3 7 .8 6 .0 .7 23 9 0 4 34 .230 -July 31..... ... 288 .3.2 1.0 4.6 .2 14 .. ... 61 12 0 38 6.5 120 74 July 92 ........,,, 385 40 1.9 4.2 .2 22 1.6 .. ... ---88 18 0 55 6.3 150 74 July 23........... 338 --4.0 .86 4.9 .2 122 .8. ----76 16 0 52 6.5 210 72 July 94-28 .......... 1 8.8 10 3.2 1.5 3.6 .2 13 4.0 3.0 2 1.0 -3 58 14 4 43 8.6 180 July 29....... ,..,. 6 --. 6,4 1.0 6,0 .2 30 9.0 -----62 0 65 .l 150 75 July 30-31, Aug. 1 264 5.4 .03 3.2 1.0 2.8 .10 2.4 4.0 ..2 10 2.4 4 .1 -24 42 12 4 3 6.4 150 Aug. 2., ....... 439 8.6 -----12 .-----58 -38 6.1 120 76 N Aug. 3............ 533 --3.2 1.6 4.5 .2 17 1.6-66 14 0 45 6.3 20 73 Aug. 4............ 381 8.9 -2.4 1.0 4.2 .2 14 2.4 ---76 14 2 46 6.1 200 76 Aug. 5............ 206 --4.8 1.5 4.9 .2 19 4.0 .----68 18 2 54 6.3 120 72 Aug. 6 ........ 130 --3.2 1.9 4.2 .2 16 6.0 -----68 16 3 0 6.3 120 72 Aug. 7............ 116 8.1 -3.2 .5 4.2, .2 9 -----.-52 10 2 40 6.1 120 75 Aug. 8.......,... 175 --2.4 1.5 3.8 .2 9 .8 ----. --56 12 4 35 6.2 120 7 Aug. 9-10........ 274 12 -4.0 1.9 5.3 .2 17 8.0 4.0 ---44 78 18 4 53 6.8 200 Aug. 11........... 263 9.5 -4.0 1.6 4.6 .2 13 1.6 ...---72 16 6 49 6.0 120 75 Aug. 12........... 332 12 -4.0 1.5 7.0 .2 17 1.6 .----80 16 2 51 6.2 210 72 Aug. 13 ........... 556 8.4 -3.2 1.5 5.4 .2 15 ..--74 10 2 43 6.2 10 75 Aug, 14............. 415 --4.0 1.9 56. .2 17 3.2 ---80 18 4 50 6.2 200 75 Aug. 1 ........... 287 9.5 -3.2 1.5 4.9 .2 12 1.6 ---64 14 4 41 6.0 200 75 Aug. 16-18 ........ 272 7.8 .11 2.4 1.5 5.6 .2 12 .0 4.0 .4 .4 28 68 12 2 40 6.4 0 Aug. 19-21 ........ 131 6.8 .08 2.4 1.5 4.6 10 2.0 6.0 .2 .4 29 62 12 4 39 .3 180 -Aug, 27........... 56 5.8 -2.4 1.0 3.2 .2 10 4.0 50 10 2 36 6.3 65 80

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface watera--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance pH. and color--Cont nued Dissolved Hardness Specifi Hag £ solids as CaCO3 conduct NagPoA-nce TeaDate Mean CalnetasBar --FluoNiPhoaalResidueCalcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron oium sium diuSodum siu bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhos ature collection (aef) (8ss) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC03) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180"C siua ate at 250C pH Color (OF) (59) SOUTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR PENNEY FARMS, FLA.--Continued Aug. 28, 1959..... 3 --4.0 1.0 4.2 0.2 16 0.8 ------58 14 1 45 6.3 65 75 Aug. 29........... 58 13 -3.2 1.9 3.3 .2 10 1.6 -----54 16 8 39 6.4 110 72 Aug. 30........... 17 16 -3.2 1.0 4.7 .5 20 2.0 -----68 12 0 61 6.6 170 72 Aug. 31........... 195 --4.8 1.0 3.0 .5 11 2.4 6.0 ----62 16 7 42 6.3 170 74 Sept. 1........... 214 11 -4.8 1.9 4.4 .4 16 3.2 ------78 20 7 51 6.2 160 71 Sept. 2........... 388 9.8 -3.2 1.0 3.1 .4 9 ------76 12 4 39 .8 160 79 Sept. 3........... 223 9.8 -3.2 1.0 4.2 .4 12 .0 -----70 12 2 42 6.0 160 74 Sept. 4........... 162 6.2 -3.2 .5 3.4 .4 7 1.6 6.0 ---25 64 10 4 38 5.6 170 73 Sept, 5........... 268 --3.2 1.5 3.4 .4 10 -----74 14 6 42 5.8 170 70 Sept. 6-9......... 204 6.6 0.06 2.4 1.5 3.2 .4 7 .0 6.0 0.2 0.6 -24 64 12 6 38 .8 180 Sept. 10.......... 497 9.6 -4.0 1.0 3.2 .3 11 .8 5.0 ---29 54 14 5 39 5.8 180 70 Sept. 11.......... 373 --3.2 1.5 7.2 .4 11 .8 -----70 14 5 42 5.8 180 75 Sept. 12.......... 370 --3.2 1.0 3.6 .4 8 .4 5.0 ----60 12 6 39 5.7 180 71 Sept. 13 .......... 742 10 -2.4 1.0 3.1 .4 8 ------68 10 4 34 5.5 180 72 Sept. 14.......... 786 --3.2 1.0 3.8 .4 10 .4 -----52 12 4 38 5.7 180 74 W Sept. 15.......... 10 --3.2 1.5 4.0 .4 10 .8 -----60 14 6 40 5.8 180 71 Sept. 16.......... 775 --4.0 .5 4.0 .4 8 ------56 12 6 40 6.0 180 70 Sept. 17.......... 963 6.4 -1.6 1.0 3.8 .4 6 .4 -----54 8 3 35 5.3 180 72 Sept. 18.......... 664 9.0 -2.4 1.0 3.8 .4 11 .4 5.0 ---27 56 10 1 37 5.8 200 72 Sept. 19........... 437 6.6 -3.2 .5 3.1 .4 7 .4 3.0 ---21 54 10 4 36 5.4 200 74 Sept. 20.......... 500 11 -4.8 1.9 5.6 .4 19 .8 -----4 20 4 50 6.1 200 72 Sept. 21.......... 444 --4.8 1.0 5.3 .4 15 ------62 16 4 47 6.4 180 67 Sept. 22.......... 29 6.8 -4,0 .6 3.3 .4 1Q 1.2 6.0 ---27 42 12 4 41 5.7 180 70 Sept. 23.......... 225 8.2 -4.0 1.5 4.9 .4 14 .8 -----42 16 4 49 6.0 180 78 Sept. 24.......... 186 8.2 -4.0 1.0 4.3 .4 12 2.4 7.0 ---33 46 14 4 42 6.0 180 77 Sept. 26-30....... 118 6.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.3 .4 8 1.2 5.0 .2 .2 -25 26 12 6 37 .1 150 -Time-weig tedaverage......... 22 --5.1 1.1 4.3 0.2 16 4.5 -----65 17 4 60 -145 Nov. 12, 1959..... 77 5.7 0.10 2.4 1.0 3.4 0.0 8 20 6.0 o0.1 0.5 -25 49 10 4 41 9 o10 67 Jan. 7, 1960...... 68 3.6 .11 3.4 .9 4.1 .2 14 2.0 6.8 .2 .2 -28 53 12 0 43 6.8 60 -Mar. 16........... 238 4.6 .13 3.4 .6 4.6 .2 10 3.2 8.5 .2 .4 0.4 31 52 11 3 47 61 00 Apr. 27........... 115 4.9 .18 3.0 .9 4.1 .0 8 2.0 6.5 .2 .3 3 26 3 11 4 40 4 100 June 23........... 107 5.3 .03 3.0 .6 3.2 .7 4 1.6 6.0 .2 .0 .2 23 B1 10 6 40 .7 -Aug. 18.......... 103 4.7 .05 3.0 .4 3.1 .2 6 .8 5.6 .2 .0 .1 21 36 9 4 35 7 130 77

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DutLu a,--('iiu tl eiIlyiue mii tu.nipurIIa uu 1iu Niji'mI'u wlrUW'C--l'JUitIILIuu4 Chuliuial mil lylue ii rw a pura sti Lupte al -ujM I(ii codutl4nlnt jiu, pi, uand c~lor--C-untl ud iQwoIuIved HNorldnuile pijcif unall0d A cRCOI conduct NktfPo--nce Te Date Mean ColoiwtiwlsiarChlFlr1oNtPhcaiuCRlduel CaloaIuI, Non(intaroperat dieahirge llioa Ir o aumuo ltumw od1w Hatu bniata ulfite u rtle ride tra'te phul cuat Manneoarbaonppnhoe tur ooUlloaton (PCt) (860,) (y.) (C) (Mg) (NA) (K) (HCO, (504) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (P0) lited 80loC aliun ate it 'C pH Color ('Y) (6) BULL CRI NEAR MIDUDLEBUIG, FIA, Nov, s1 7 195 i 1 48 7,8 0,,3 3,4 a,1 4, o0 ia 3,5 0,o o,0 Noo o0, 37 64 17 7 54 6,4 oo00 5 0,pt. i6, 1968I,,, .7, ,00 7,I61 ,2 .-31 5.0 6 .2 ,30 .2 49 18 2 70 7,0 70 70 Mar. 18, 19589..,,. 1 216 1 .84 1 .6 I2,9 .0 2 4.0 4,0 .2 I ,1 -18 6 6 5 30 ,1 160 56 Dea. 31.,.....,, .. 7,8 .26 4,4 1.1 3,8 .3 16 1, 7, .23 ,0 -36 57 16 23 6 6, 110 53 June 2, 196L0..,.. -..6 1 4,4 1,. 3,9 1.0 14 2.4 7,0 .2 .0 .3 34 55 18 6 I52 e6 90 74 (21) KINGSLEY LAKE AT CAMP BLANDINO, FLA. Aug. 12, 1924.,... -1,01 -2 1 3. 5 -4 2,9 8,0 ------2 --s 36 --Nov 327, 1967..... 3.1 1,1 0.01 0 .2 1.0 6.2 05 B 6,5 00 0,1 0,0 0,0 30 37 10 3 64 6,4 Oct, 1, 198...... S 3.8 1,2 ,00 2,8 .9 7.4 -6,3 10 .1 .0 ,o 32 -10 4 7 6,1 5 81 Dec, 31, 1959..... 6 3.0 1.9 .03 3,0 .9 4,7 .6 8 5.2 8.2 .1 .1 .0 29 31 11 4 593 ,6 7 I June 32, 1960..... 8 ,8 .3 .01 3.4 .7 6.1 8 5, 6 8, .0 .0 .0 28 -12 6 83 5. 5 82 (38) NORTH PORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA. Dec, 17, 1957,... 2 10 0.10 13 4.7 20 0,4 0 113 8.5 0.2 i 0.7 -1 172 190 5 Ss2 28 44 30 -SOt. 1-3, 1958.... 10 10 .07 19 3.3 67 1.8 2 185 10 .1 .4 0.1 298 324 1 60 483 0 10 -Oct, .4.. ...... 22 -4 92 -----.--, 41 38 291 5.1 55 76 Oat. 5-8,,...... 23 9,0 .18 7.6 2,4 14 .9 7 32 10 .4 .1 -80 138 29 24 130 5.8 180 -Oat. 9-15, 19-20.. 14 9.4 .08 13 2.8 41 1.4 4 100 10 .3 .3 .1 180 211 44 40 386 5.4 90 -00c. 16-18........ 8.4 10 .03 17 3.3 72 1.8 4 199 10 .2 .6 .0 316 336 56 52 492 5.0 20 Ot. 21-23 ........ 44 10 .14 8.4 5.8 13 .9 6 30 12 .4 .7 .1 84 143 45 40 131 6.1 150 Oct. 24-28, 31, Nov. 1-7......... 37 11 .09 14 2.2 38 1.0 4 90 9.2 .3 .1 .1 166 200 44 40 271 5.3 90 Oct. 29-30....,.. 14 11 .04 24 4.9 50 1.4 3 169 9.5 .1 .2 .2 272 300 0 78 430 4.9 Nov. 8-12......... 96 8.8 .17 5.2 1.5 8.9 .8 7 33 10 .4 .1 .5 63 111 19 14 87 .0 240 Nov. 13-20........ 24 9.3 .11 9.2 2.2 28 ,7 4 61 8.8 ..0 .3 122 155 32 28 199 .1 140 Nov. 21-30..... .24 8.5 .14 7.2 1.5 20 .7 6 35 9.8 .3 .0 .2 85 117 24 19 140 5. 150 -Dec. 1-10......... 83 6.4 .17 5.6 1.5 13 .5 4 20 8.8 .4 .0 .1 61 107 20 16 105 51 180 -Dec. 11-20....... 119 6.7 .16 5.2 1.2 8.1 .5 4 23 9.5 .3 .1 .0 87 98 18 14 89 5.1 160 Dec. 21a.......... 43 ----13 .2 4 23 8.0 .1 ----20 17 119 5.1 120 47 Dec. 22............ 34 ----9.5 .1 6 1 -.2 ----17 12 85 5.5 130 43 Dec. 23-26........ 30 12 .13 7.6 1.7 19 .3 3 4 8.0 .2 .2 97 125 26 24 165 5.0 120 Dec. 27-31, Jan. 1-13, 16-20, 1959 170 8.4 .07 4.4 .7 9.2 .2 4 15 8.0 .2 .1 48 2 14 10 84 .2 10 --

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Table 2,--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical an lyees in o~rts per million Ieept sn ifim condueaince. oli, and color--Cont nued Dissolved Hardness Specific gPsolids as CaCO3s onductBBgPo&ance TomDate Bean CalnetaeBiLarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium nium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhoe ature collection (cts) (810,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOO) (804) (Cl) (F) (N03) (PO4) lated 180oC sium ate at 265C) pH Color (OF) (38) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continued Jan. 14-15, 1989.. 48 7.4 -6.4 1.2 17 0.3 5 34 8.0 0.1 0.4 -77 -21 17 134 5.8 120 Jan. 21-31........ 51 7.4 0.13 3.8 1.0 11 .2 4 16 8.0 .2 .2 -50 81 13 10 88 5.4 170 Feb. 1-8.......... 59 7.1 .10 4.8 1.0 13 2 4 24 8.5 .1 .2 -81 92 18 12 106 5.8 170 Feb. 9-10......... 192 6.5 -3.2 1.0 7.1 .1 4 10 9.0 .2 3.6 -43 -12 8 65 5.3 200 Feb. 11-20........ 62 7.0 .14 4.8 1.7 14 .3 4 28 8.0 .1 .1 -66 100 19 16 5.2 220 Feb. 21-24 ..... 32 7.1 .09 8.4 2,4 19 .4 2 4 8.5 .1 .1 -101 122 31 30 184 4.8 80 Feb. 25-28, Mar. 1-4.............. 270 6.6 .16 4.0 .7 6.8 .3 6 11 6.5 .2 ,1 -40 72 13 8 72 5. .200 Mar. 5-7......... 293 5.8 .13 2.4 .5 4.7 .1 4 6.8 6.0 .1 .3 -29 4 8 4 50 5.2 180 Mar. 8-14......... 123 6.7 .13 4.0 1.2 7.5 .1 4 15 7.0 .1 .2 -43 76 15 12 77 5.2 180 Mar. 15-20........ 706 5.1 .03 2.4 .7 4.2 .2 3 7.2 3.8 .2 .2 -26 56 9 6 42 5.4 120 Mar. 21-31........ 199 3.9 .11 3.8 1.0 6.9 .2 3 14 6.0 .2 .3 -38 68 14 11 70 5.6 140 Apr. 1-1 ......... 118 4.2 .11 3.8 1.0 7.6 .2 4 14 6.8 .2 .4 -40 72 14 10 74 5.5 150 Apr. 17-19........ 42 5.1 .06 5.6 1.2 16 .3 5 26 7.6 .2 .2 -6 94 19 15 116 6.1 90 Apr. 20-25........ 206 4.8 .14 3.0 1.1 6.9 .2 4 10 6.0 .3 .4 -35 77 12 8 61 5.7 240 Apr. 26-28 ....... 54 5.6 .06 4.0 1.5 15 .2 3 25 6.5 .2 .5 -60 102 16 14 109 5.5 160 Apr. 29-30,May 1-9 25 6.4 .09 7.6 1.9 24 .4 4 54 8.0 .2 .7 -105 130 27 24 188 5.7 90 May 10-13......... 20 6.8 .07 10 1.9 33 .5 6 78 8.5 .1 .3 -142 166 33 28 246 6.6 65 May 14-16......... 99 9.3 .12 3.8 1.2 11 .2 4 16 6.0 .3 .2 -49 95 14 11 83 5.6 240 May 17-20......... 58 9.6 .17 5.6 1.5 17 .2 6 32 7.0 .3 .3 -77 118 20 1s 125 6.2 210 May 21-31......... 415 5.0 .11 4.0 .4 6.0 .0 6 9.6 5.2 .2 .5 -34 73 12 6 58 5.8 210 June 1-10........ 181 5.9 .25 3.0 1.3 5.2 .0 6 4.0 9.0 .2 .8 -32 68 13 8 51 .8 280 June 11-20........ 40 6.7 .11 3.6 1.1 6.9 .0 9 8.4 8.2 .2 .4 -38 74 14 6 66 8.3 200 June 21, 23-2 .... 23 5.6 .02 4.4 .7 6.6 .4 9 8.0 10 .0 .3 -40 54 14 6 63 .2 160 June 22........... 29 33 -7.2 1.5 12 .5 36 9.2 --.9 --100 24 0 84 6,8240 69 June 26-27....... 14 6.4 -6.8 .7 11 .5 13 19 11 .0 .2 -62 62 20 10 94 6. 140 June 28........... 15 6.9 8.8 .12 .6 12 21 --11 --76 24 14 104 .3 220 71 June 29-30, July 1-2.............. 13 5.0 .02 4.4 1. 9.9 .6 11 15 9.5 .0 .2 -52 60 17 8 80 .65 160 July 3-6, 1959.... 12 6.6 .04 7.2 1.0 14 .7 26 28 9. .0 .4 -80 80 22 0 114 .8 120

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T#eliu 4,--('Vluwul uimiyuee eeaJ Ltuju< lu i'u ul uJm'tuu wUlu>'Ia:i N--(l'i"Lm 1.1u11lvu11 Ilrdiinvs 8q(i //ldM AN CwO cunduotMurro-----o Tomlat, u0an CalnltiIltinar(ChlioFluoNHPhouCalHetdua OloNtui, Non(MoIropsrof d4aharlg lllic Iron olum tium Sodium Mtul i bounstr ulfatel rid ride trate uhatlu cat mainaCarbonwhoir ture collPetion (utm) (8* ) (uV) (.i) (oif) (Na (o ) (.110 (804) (Cl) (Y) (.NO) (P ) ated isOiC at liat 2S 'C) i color (F) (38) NORTH IOHK BLACK CREK NlIAR HIGHLAND, FLA.--Continuud July 7-14, 1$90,,, 14 8,6 0,03 6,0 1,2 8e, 0,6 13 15 11 0,0 0,8 -8 55 O2 10 82 68, 180 July 15,,,,,,,,,, o10 1 -,8 ,5 31 ,4 10 37 -.. .. -24 16 108 5,8 150 8a July 16-.1,.,,,,,, 167 5,5 ,04 3,3 1,0 6,1 .1 8 8,4 7,0 2 ,3 -36 0B 1 6 4 5,8 180 -July 33-31, Aug. 1-6,,,,,,..,,.,, 6e 7,2 ,13 0.4 .0 6,6 ., 11 ,84 9,0 ,4 .7 -44 84 1 7 s 5,6 230 Aug, 7-8,,,,,,,. 38 8,4 -13 ,0 22 .5 0 55 8,0 ,3 11. -113 148 32 24 173 ,3 1180 Aug, O-10,,...... 30 8e, -13 .0 28 .0 0 78 8,0 .2 -141 180 32 24 232 6.3 100 Aug. 11.,,,,..., 31 --13 1.8 26 .0 7 ------168 40 34 233 5,7 110 70 Aug. 13,..,,,,..., 34 -8,0 2.4 18 .0 7 ----.. -124 30 24 156 5,8 110 72 Aug. 13-17.,.,..,, 39 7,8 -8.0 1,9 10 .6 B 41 0.0 .,0 -80 126 26 22 141 6,2 150 Aug, 19-31o,,.,,,, 29 10 -14 1.2 20 .6 11 66 8.0 .2 .7 -120 154 40 31 196 6.0 100 Aug. 232...., .,. 17 --17 2.3 22 .6 0 74 --.--168 s2 44 227 6,0 80 67 Aug. 23.......... 16 --28 1.9 33 -4 .. .. ----234 78 74 344 6.3 20 70 Aug. 24...,,,. .... 14 2-. 2 6.1 33 1.0 5 ----.-34 80 76 346 5.4 25 69 Aug. 25,,,,..,... 11 --17 3.3 --7 ------172 66 50 256 .8 35 69 0 Aug. 26..,,...... .9, --14 2.9 20 .8 8 -----.-136 44 40 190 s.6 80 08 Aug. 27,,....... 11 --30 4., 38 1.0 I0 ------278 94 89 394 5.6 30 89 Aug. 38............1, --30 3.6 36 1.0 4 162 --..---179 90 86 386 5.6 10 69 Aug. 29........... 16 --I 32 5.4 36 1.0 4 158 -----288 102 98 403 6.2 15 68 Aug. 0-31........ 102 7.2 -6.4 1.5 4.4 .4 8 14 6.0 .4 .3 -43 96 22 18 80 1.320 -0 Sept. 1........... 1866 .2 -7.2 1,5 7.3 .2 0 20 7.0 ---62 108 24 19 83 1.2 40 69 Sept, 2........... 146 --4.0 2.0 7.3 .3 7 20 -----118 22 16 82 .4 20 68 Sept. 3...... ..... 110 6.8 -7,2 1.5 9.2 .3 5 24 6.0 ---68 120 24 20 o99 .2 180 67 Sept, 4........... 99 --7.2 3.9 9.3 .3 6 --------118 30 25 101 .4 200 68 Sept, 5........... 74 8,0 -7. 1.9 9.8 .1 10 18 7.0 -.3 -124 26 18 102 .8 160 68 Sept, 6........... 69 7.4 -8.8 1.5 I1 .1 6 31 6.0 -.2 -71 120 28 23 136 .6 120 70 Sept. 7........... 84 --11 3.0 14 .1 8 40 -----188 40 34 158 .6 200 Sept. 8........... 79 7.5 -11 2.6 14 .1 2. 40 --.4 --152 38 36 171 4.8 260 s6 Sept. ........... 84 9,2 -11 3,8 16 .1 9 43 --.4 --146 42 34 161 1.6 280 68 Sept. 10.... ...... 98 10 -6.4 1,9 8.1 .1 6 16 8.0 ..-.. -120 24 19 93 1.3 280 73

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million. except speific conductance, pH. and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CacO8 conductDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloPluoNiPhos; CalResidue Calcium, Non(mcroperof discharge Silica Iron ci suSod um iu iu bonate Sulfate ride ide trate phate ouat magnei carbonmhoe ature collection (oae) (Si10) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (804) (Cl) (F) (N0O) (P04) lated O18*C slum ate at 25SC) pH Color (.7) (38) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR HIOHLAND, FLA.--Continued Sept. 11, 1959.... 121 7.6 -6.4 1.5 7.7 0.1 6 17 7.0 ---O50 114 22 17 .92 5.A 250 t70o Sept. 12.......... ,219 6.4 1.9 8.0 .1 4 18 ------110 24 20 92 5.0 220 70 Sept. 13.......... 1430 --4.8 1.0 --9 ------70 16 8 40. 5.7 180 70. Sept, 14.......... 443 --4.8 1.0 --7 -------94 16 10 66 5.5 100 .70 Sept. 15......... 279 5.3 -4.8 1.0 5.1 .5 7 9.2 5.0 -0.5 -36 104 16 10 66 5.4 200 '66 Sept. 16.......... 602 5.8 -4.8 1.0 5.0 .1 6 11 6.0 -.3 -37 98 16 11 '64 5.5 200 63 Sept. 17.......... 720 6.2 -4.0 .5 4.4 .1 4 7.2 5.0 -.5 -29 70 12 8 57 5.0 210 68 Sept. 18.......... 370 5.0 -4.0 .5, 4.4 .1 5 8.0 6.0 -.6 -31 66 12 8 58 5.1'200 72 Sept. 19.......... 256 8.8 -4.0 .6 4.4 .4 4 8. 4.4.0 -.6 -.30 74 12 8 6 5.2 210 69 -Sept. 20........... 630 4.2 -3.2 1.0 4.4 .4 3 7.2 6.0 -.4 -28 62 12 10 57 ..0 280 63 Sept. 21.......... 323 .0 -3.2 1.0 4.8 .4 6 7.6 5.0 -.5 31 62 12 7 56 8.2 220 64 Sept.'22........... 169 4.4 -4.0 1.5 6.2 .4 5 10 ------68 16 12 .71 5.2 200 64 Sept.'23.......... 115 6.0 -5.6 1.5, 9.5 .5 4 22 8.0 -.3 -80 20 16 98 .3 160 61 Sept. 24......... 88 5.0 -6.4 2,4 12 .5 6 26 7.0--61 90 26 22 110 5.2 200 66 SSept. 25.......... 75 4.6 -8.0, 1.5 13 .5 3 31 --.2 -60 100 26 24 130 5.1 210 67 Sept. 26.......... 65 6.2 -7.2 1.9 13 .5 5 34 7.0 -.0 -72 100 26 22 134 5.3 160 67 Sept. 27-30....... 54 s. -12 1.0 16 .8 2 47 .9.0 0.3 .0 -93 114 .34 32 167 4.7 95 Time-weighted average. ...... 116 7.2 0.11 6.8 1.4 15 0.4 6 32 8.1 0.2 0.3 -75 110 23 18 124 -160 Nov. 11, 1959... 37 7.6 0.04 16 2.7 17 T0. 0 91 7.0 0.1 0.6 -143 170 51 51 255 4.1 -Dec. 31........... 16 7.1 .04 18 1.5 12 .6 3 67 7.0 .2 .0 -115 136 51 48 194 5.1 25 84 Jan. 6, 1960...... 42 8.3 .01 24 '2.4 17 .2 2 93 9.0 .1 .8 0.0 16 170 70 68 263 4.7 7 Mar.' 2............. 8 6.0 .04 17 2.1 18 .2 5 174 7.8 .3 1.0 .0 129 153 51 47 226 5.0 20 Air. 26.......... 66 5.3 .20 12 1.5 16 .2 7 .47 6.5 .2 .2 .1 92 11 36 30 19 5.1 28 Jund 22........... 30 .8 .05 28 2.4 22 1.9 6 106 6.0 .2 .2 171 192 so 75 280 5.8 20 Aug. 17.......... 22 6.4 .00 6.4 1.5 12 .5 8 20 6.0 .2 .3 .1 6 81 22 17 103 8.6 100 ,78

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Tabln 5,--Cheartlcl anlymeu and tmapraSturiru of uurlaro watrsi--Contlnued .. ...... e-l sItO analyme tin Alri po i l 1on jeifJiin*tnpt saidntUa aIe Anind olr r.E-onu Li01d1 DUIDalvuv Hardness ap o C Ng o$ds as CC~o coPoduct Date ei 1" nletimPSto-r Chlow Fluo. NiPhosCalRoeidue Calclua, Non(microPr. to dsacharge lilao Iron alum aum Sod$umr lum bonate lulfate ride ride trate phase ou. it oaincarbon*hoS oolleotion (at< ) (80,) (r.) (OC) (MS) (a) () (C).) (c0,) (01) (1) (.O) (p0 ) lated 1I'C slu a te at 'O) PH Clor (' (63) YIUALW WATER CREEK NEAR MAXVILLE, FLA, Dec. 171957.,,, -13 .1 9 3, 1 0,8 48 ,6 18 0,1 0,1 0.1 "86 14 44 140 7.1 o sept, 36, 188,,,, -11 00 8.6 1,8 10 -49 4, 14 1 1 s 97 ,6 -10 74 Mar, 1, 189, 19.,,, I 930 2, .39 1, .I 3,6 .0 3 1, 4, ,a .1 .1 14 30 38 110 De, 31,,.90,,,,, -1 53 18 3,0 12 1,8 56 3, 18 I 1 .0o ,00 6 104 50 4 1154 700 30 I June g. 1960..... I 1,4 7, 0 .91 9.6 ,l 8I0 4.B 33 8.0 14 ,. 1.7 1,,1 74 103 33 a 144 a 3 65 70 (39) NORTH FORK BLACK CREEK NEAR MIDDLEBURO, FLA, Aug. 3, 197..,,. 324 7,8 0.86 4.4 1, BT.0 0.0 10 6,8 8,9 03 0,5 -40 95 16 63 .9 00 7 De. .,....,..,, 8 8.a .07 10 .0 10 .11 1 8 19 ,3 ,2 -7 97 25 1 130 .3 70 -, Po*, 171.....,,, 568 8,9 .10 9.4 3.3 11 .4 12 31 09. .1 ,1 0.1 80 123 37 37 190 .0 -5 Jan. 93, 1988..... 149 9,3 .08 82, 1,9 7,0 .8I 15 I5 11 .31 4 -48 75 21 8 0 .0 so0 51 Mar. 0............ 344 0,0 17 40 1.5 7. .10 70 .5 .-41 71 18 8 70 .0 100 57 May 19............. 1 8,0 .13 10 2,4 12 .6 35 28 8.0 .1 .4 -80 89 35 14 133 .4 o0 69 July 9............ .1 ,.9 .28 6. 1.8 8.3 ,7 18 7,5 8.5 .3 .-48 87 24 9 78 .3 180 7 Sept. 3........... 42 8.3 .21 7.9 1,7 14 1.1 20 15 9 .4 1.1 -68 134 5 8 107 .4 1000 Oct. 93........... 101 11 .18 688 2. 11 .8 13 17 10 .3 .1 -6 115 38 18 105 .3 00 -May 16, 1,98 ...... 1410 3.0 .05 1.0 1.0 3.2 .0 3 4.8 305 .3 .5 -30 71 9 6 38 2, 390 74 SNO. 18.............. 81 8.6 .27 .6 1.5 3.3 .0 1 .8 9.0 .3 3 -25 91 8 7 41 .7 340 80 J00 .23, 1960..... 46 7.9 .00 1i 3.9 13 .0 19 48 8.5 .1 .3 .5 108 119 53 38 174 .8 7 48 Apr. 10,.....,,... 152 5.3 .07 16 1.7 16 .2 14 54 7.5 .1 .5 .1 108 117 47 36 179 .' 3 -ay 31........ .... 5 1.1 .01 28 3.9 20 1.9 23 96 7.5 .2 .5 .0 170 184 88 08 379 .5 -July 26,.....,.... 297 5.1 .08 5.8 1.0 4.4 .7 10 7.6 80. .3 1.7 .0 38 79 18 10 00 .8 90 -Sept, 33........... 133 7.0 .13 8.8 .7 5.2 .4 10 5.8 7.5 .2 .1 .0 38 s 18 10 61 .5 12a -(54) SANTA y1 LAKE NEAR EURtOBS, FLA. July 11, 1957 .... .-0.8 0.15 .0 1.7 7.1 0.6 6 2.5 12 0.0 0. -30 47 19 7 7 60 10 o 88 Nov. s8............ .6.8 .8 .02 1.4 1.3 7.8 .4 4 7.5 12 .0 .2 0.0 33 40 9 6 61 I.8 B oot. i, 1198...... 8 8.0 1.6 .03 2.4 1.2 7.0 .6 4 3.5 12 .1 .0 .0 30 48 11 8 83 T. 25 84 Mar. 1, 1959..... 8 10.1 .5 .09 2.6 1.2 6.8 .1 2 5.2 13 .1 1,0 -32 45 12 10 64 .3 20 60 Dee. 30............. 8.4 6.0 .0o8 .2 1.5 7.6 .e 4 5.2 12 .1 .2 .5 38 64 12 8 62 .7 45 63 June 23, 1960..... 8 8.3 .0 .06 3.0 .6 7.5 .4 5 1.6 12 1 1 .0 .1 28 33 10 6 59 .7 40 84

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts pe' million exaept specific conductance. pH. and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness spoific solids. as CaCOS conductMagPoance TemDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron ium slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhos ature collection (cOs) (Si0g) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HC3) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25"C) pH Color ('F) (28) LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE NEAR MELROSE, FLA. Nov. 26, 1957..... 1.0 0.03 8.4 1.7 7.8 0.2 25 .0o 12 0.1 o.1 0.2 49 72 28 8 92 7.1 65 Oct. 1, 1958...... 2.1 .01 2.4 1.1 4.8 -4 .0 12 .2 .0 .0 25 -10 7 66 5.5 60 8 Jan. 20, 1960..... 7.8 .03 2.0 1.0 6.0 .4 5 4.4 11 .1 .2 .1 35 50 9 5 56 5.8 50 54 June 23........... .4 .06 2.4 1.0 6.2 .1 4 2.0 11 .0 .0 .1 25 42 10 6 56 5.4 8 .86 (16) HAMPTON LAKE AT HAMPTON BEACH, FLA. Feb. 3, 1958...... 1.5 0.02 3.6 1.0 6.4 0.6 1 12 11 0.1 0.2 0.0 37 68 13 12 72 4.9 10 52 Oct. 2............ 2.7 .01 2.2 1.6 7.0 -2 10 11 .2 .2 0 36 -12 10 67 5.1 10 83 Mar. 20, 1959 .... 1.0 .02 2.4 1.2 6.0 .0 2 7.2 9.8 .1 .4 -29 52 11 10 63 8.0 45 62 Dec. 31.......... 2.7 .14 1.4 1.6 5.9 .5 4 6.0 8.2 .1 .1 .4 29 45 10 6 53 5.5 40 87 June 23, 1960..... 1.1 .05 2.0 1.0 4.3 .0 2 1.6 8.0 .0 .0 .1 19 37 9 8 46 5.2 30 82 (53) SANTA FE RIVER AT GRAHAM, FLA. Oct. 3, 1957...... 133 4.1 0.54 3.2 1.7 5.3 0.6 6 1.0 16 0.3' 0.3 -36 112 15 10 59 5.4 340 Nov. 19........... 43 8.6 .29 12 4.6 6.8 .6 44 3.5 12 .4 .1 -73 138 49 13 120 6.3 360 69 W Jan. 20, 1958..... 11 5.2 .14 6.0 3.4 7.5 .0 19 3.2 16 .2 .1 -51 118 29 14 94 6.1 200 48 Feb. 3............... 14 4.6 .05 5.6 3.4 7.9 .4 9 7.8 15 .3 .0 0.05 49 108 28 20 91 6.0 180 47 Mar. 17........... 124 3.6 .33 2.0 1.8 6.8 .6 2 6.0 .13 .2 .3 -36 107 12 11 68 5.6 240 60 May 12........... 18 4.0 .37 4.4 3.6 6.8 .5 18 5.8 12 .3 .3 -47 113 26 11 78 5.9 320 68 July 3............ 46 3.7 .25 3.0 1.9 3.6 .5 10 2.2 6.0 .2 .3 -27 76 16 8 48 5.8 200 77 Sept. 2........... 15 6.6 .39 3.2 1.9 .2 .4 5 2.2 10 .1 .6 .22 33 132 16 12 64 5.0 00 Oct. 20........... 30 6.3 .24 3.6 3.4 5.1 .8 15 8.8 9.0 .2 .2 .13 45 105 23 10 53 6.2 250 Dec. 15........... 97 4.0 .21 2.8 1.9 4.3 .5 4 3.2 9.2 .2 .7 -29 80 15 12 55 .2 220 Feb. 6, 1959...... 29 4.4 .13 3.2 2.2 6.4 .0 5 6.4 12 .5 .6 -38 98 17 13 67 .2 280 -May 28............ 338 2.2 .40 1.2 1.1 3.6 .1 2 .4 3.5 .2 .5 -14 82 8 6 41 .8 300 -July 21.......... 1386 2.3 .52 1.8 1.1 5.6 .1 0 1.2 3.5 .2 .7 -17 97 9 9 57 4.4 340 Sept. 15.......... 276 3.5 .35 2.4 .6 4.3 .7 4 .8 8.0 .2 .6 -23 76 8 5 .9 5.0 0 -Nov. 16........... 55 1.2 .28 1.2 1.9 5.7 .3 2 .4 8.0 .2 .2 -20 87 11 10 59 .8 340 88 Jan. 19, 1960..... 18 1.9 .16 3.6 1.7 6.6 .0 16 .4 12 .2 .6 -35 97 16 3 63 6.4 180 56 Mar. 29........... 124 .3 .21 2.4 .5 5.5 .0 10 .4 8.0 .2 .4 -23 69 8 0 46 .5 190 68 May 25............ 13 1.1 .15 2.6 1.3 5.3 .7 3 .8 12 .2 .3 -26 84 12 10 56 .2 300 July 18........... 798 1.8 .18 1.8 .6 2.0 .5 0 1.2 4.5 .2 .2 .0 13 60 7 7 30 .8 180 Sept. 14........... --.24 --------.0 --------

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Tablu P,--Ch(etlnal analyIse and tumperaturo of uuracie waturWM-Continumd Chemicalc anlyuse in pafm per mat$ion exiclpt a .pctl conductnae il, and color--ContinLed Dt$solved Hardness Spetcifi 0a. olid aC oaco, conduct-l SMaPo. Ina0 TexDate Mean Oa1 net ao" Bcoar. OhioFuo NPhomCalReIldue uClo0ul NMan(mScropw-. oa dlmohisrge las Iroan oalum Iaum odium llum bona lt ulfate ride ride trato phaut ouat Sgnacarbonmboa lt aolleoton (oat) (810 ) (1e) (Ca) (M) (Na) (K) (NCO,) (104) (01) (f) (NO) (P o ) lated 180*C .at$ t at 1'C) pH Color ('r) (38) LAKE SAMPBON AT SAMPSON CITY, NEAR STARKE, FPA, July 91e57,, 9 ... 1,7 30.2 oa o 8 a6 15 1. 1a 4.8 i. 0 71 0 | 97 1 aa 39 '1 8 T1 ,0 i 0I I t pt. 1958,., -4.0 .00 8,8 .13s -1 1a 24 10 ,1 .0 0,0 8I -4 14 11 1B 13 80 Ma, 0, 18 9Be.... 8 .68 6,9 18.16 6. 1 .3a ,7 30 1.0 .0 ,3o I .. 37 97 21 a 74 .3 s2ao l Dec:. 81............ ..0 1 .1,0 o I. 11 .8 3 2 7.8 ,0 .3 .0 83 75 18 4 I 7 6. 85 B8 ju. a3. 1980..... -.7 .31 6.4 1. 11 .7 5 31 8 ,0 .1 .0 ,o 2 1 I ai2 17 9 7 .45 84 (18) HATCHET CREEK NEAR CONIIWUNCE O r SANTA FP RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA. Nov. 18, 5.7 ... 'i a .ol 4.7 .a 1 8 .5 9 8.5 0,It. o1l I 4 i 7 1 I Y 7'a Dot. s 15. ... I .0 1. .00 13 4.5 4.4 1 -58 S 1 6.5 .3 .1 .5 70 -1 8 1 .11 1 o5 i2 Mar. 13, 195s... .. -1. .1 0 .4 .4 3.0 .0 0 .4 3. .1 5 18 42 3 3 39 1,8 100 54 Jan. 1 1980..... I 9.3 1 .1 .13 3.68 1.1 '8 .0 10 i.6 7.3 .3 .1 1.1 9 80 14 4 s8 BO 54 June a ......... ..1.4 14.0 3.8 .9 0 .8 .1.0 .1 4 30 78 8 8 41 J 280 1 573 (49) SAMPSON RIVER AT ORAHAM, FLA. Nov. e1, 1987 ... .0. 8.8 .4 5115 0. 6 .1 I 9 .8 1 0.1 00.0 .o 87 9 0 8 18 I 1 .0 71 80 -hb. 3, 1958...... .68 .041 4.4 1 .8 31 8 13. ..0 .0 101 1 4 40 a3 1 71 .38 s5 4 oot. .......... 3.2. .11 8. .4 .1I -I18s 1 .3 ..1 8 -I 1 I8 3 16, 40 IB Mar. 3, 159.o..... 3.8 .07 4.3 ..9 .4 .1 a 4.8 8.8 ..3 -18 87 14 12 63 O. 180 57 Do0 8 1............. 3. .03 81. 6 ..8 .9 18 30 7.3 .3 ...1 I 81 i8 2 08 1 106 .670 54 JUne, 3, 1980..... 2.9 .04 ..8 8.6 65 .I 11 .0 ,. O .0 0 43 70 o0 8 70 .01.3 90 78 (48) ROCIKY CRBI NEAR LACROB, FLA. Nov. 18, 1957.... 3.8 9.0 0.32 9.86 .0 8.7 o.1 5 9 .0 18 10. 0.0 1.16.4 5 0 iO l' 446110 659 Got. 3, 198, ..... B.8 .13 10 I .8 3. .8 43 3.8 5 .4 .0 1.15 9 70 40 8 I .i'40 71 Mar. 19, 1 ..... 3.4 .11 2.8 .9 3.9 .1 4 4.0 5.8 02 .1 -23 49 10 7 I 41 .1 I 5 Jan., 4 1980...... 7.0 .07 8.0 1.9 6.9 2.4 18 8.4 18 .4 .0 -9 111 s 8 18 102 3 130 57 Juneea ................. 6.7 .08 6,8 a.7 6.3 3.3 11 I 7.8 13a .4 .0 .7a 1 93 38 18 t 91 10 09 74 (1) ALLIGATOR CREEK NEAR LAWTEY OFF STATE ,ROADS 16 and 22335, FLA. mar. .5, 199..... 1 2.9 8 0.238 1.231 0.4 1 3.1 l0.ol 3 3 1,.0 I 4.5 10.3 10.3 i 16 1 36 1 4 3 30 ..31 90 1 5

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures.of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CaC3O conductMagPonce TenDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron ium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhos aturo collection (oa) .(S0,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO0) (804) ,(Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25C) pH Color (oF) (62) WATER OAK CREEK AT STATE ROAD 25 NEAR STARKE, FLA. Nov. 20, 1957...... I 0 18 0.20 o1 7.2 9.2 1.2 62 2.8 14 0.2 0.0 94 110 54 4 143 7.0 110 65 Mar. 18, 1959..... 2.3 .22 2.0 .2 2.8 .1 4 .8 3.8 .1 .2 15 36 8 2 31 5.6 90 66 June 22, 960..... 8.0 .23 3.8 1.1 3.8 .9 9 2.4 8.0 .1 .0 0.1 33 58 14 6 52 6.1 90 82 (36) NEW RIVER NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA. July 15-20, 1967.. 22 8.2 0.60 7.6 4.5 6.5 0.6 30 7.8 10 0.4 0.5 62 127 38 13 97 6.2 440 July 21-31........ 18 14 .58 11 5.6 8.5 .8 48 8.0 11 .4 .6 84 145 50 10 125 6.6 260 Aug., 1-10......... 136 7.5 .46 5.2 2.9 5.2 .7 22 5.0 7.8 .3 .3 46 102 25 7 72 6.2 220 Aug. 11-20........ 207 11 .71 4.4 2.9 5.8 .6 20 4.5 8.2 .4 .4 49 127 23 6 69 6.1 360 Aug. 21-31........ 142 7.6 .56 4.6 2.8 6.3 .5 18 4.2 9.8 .3 .3 46 114 23 8 74 6.1 230 Sept. 1-10........ .43 14 .49 6.4 4.7 8.5 .7 32 8.8 11 .4 1.0 69 133 36 10 100 6.4 230 Sept. 11-20....... 43 14 .50 8.8 4.1 8.3 .8 40 5.0 11 .4 .2 73 125 39 6 107 6.7 280 Sept. 21-30....... 107 10 .61 7.8 1.1 7.2 .8 22 4.0 10 .4 .2 53 112 24 6 79 6.5 260 Oct. 1-10......... 290 11 .44 4.8 2.3 7.6 .8 21 3.2 10 .4 .2 51 112 22 4 76 6.4 280 Oct. 11-20........ 63.3 11 .49 7.0 2.8 8.7 .5 26 3.5 11 .3 .9 59 130 29 8 90 6.4 360 Oct. 21-31 ........ 1.8 13 .47 10 7.1 10 1.0 53 6.0 1 .4 .1.6 89 145 84 10 131 6.8 260 Nov. 1-10......... 8.1 10 .29 18 6.8 10 1.2 69 8.5 14 .3 2.9 107 146 73 16 180 6.9 200 Nov. 11-20........ 6.4 13 .20 20 8.6 10 1.6 94 6.8 14 .4 3.9 124 149 86 8 203 7.1 130 Nov. 21-30........ 7.2 14 .09 22 10 12 1.7 109 8,6 15 .4 3.9 143 160 96 6 239 7.1 90 Dec. 1-14.......... 17.6 12 .17 16 7.8 10 1. 73 8.6 16 .3 1.7 109 161 72 12 182 6.8 130 Dec. 16-21........ 14.9 13 .17 14 7.1 9.0 .6 66 6.8 15 .2 2.1 100 125 64 10 170 6.7 120 Dec. 22-31........ 13.2 13 .23 16 8.3 10 .7 80 6.8 15 .2 1.2 112 135 74 8 187 7.0 120 Jan. 1-10,18 68... 18.6 18 .19 16 8.3 11 .9 82 7.0 16 .2 1.2 119 150 74 7 192 7.0 110 Jan. 11-20........ 45.8 16 .24 11 6.3 11 1.1 61 9.0 19 .2 .5 B9 130 54 12 159 6.7 120 Jan. 21-31........ 68.0 12 .25 9.6 4.0 9.0 .3 33 7.2 18 .2 .3 77 116 40 14 128 6.5 140 Feb. 1-10......... 87.4 11 .25 8.6 4.9 12 .3 33 7.2 20 .2 .2 81 119 42 14 :31 6.6 130 Feb. 11-19........ 69.4 11 .16 8.2 4.5 9.5 .2 31 6.0 20 .2 .4 75 118 39 14 127 6.5 110 Feb. 20-28........ 237 7.7 .27 7.6 3.6 8.6 .6 29 5.0 16 .2 .8 64 100 34 10 114 6.4 110 Mar. 1-10......... 998 5.9 .29 3.8 2.3 6.0 .6 1 4. 1 4 12 .2 .2 43 92 19 6 74 6.0 160 Mar. 11-20........ 427 5.3 ..3 4.6 2.1 65 .6 14 4.2 12 .2 .3 43 105 20 8 75 5.9 220

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Tabl 41 l-ChremiLl anlysen and romperaturv oft uurlacv wat.erm--Contnued S ChmtPcal Alll in ait-mJ on o nn t m*e Woi e induetanc, oH. an .golor-Cont nued Dissolved Hardnees speattlo soUlid as CaO0 conduot1g.. PoItU,644 TxmOlDate Man C1 a o.tIMooarChlo.luiPho--Rildu C.altou, Non(miro22?, So dischrge blicl Iron alum alum Sodium alum bonate Sulate ride ride trate ph ae cuIat magneotrbonahoi r colleotlon (at) l (10) (Fe) (Ca) (.g) (NA)() ( (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO) (PO) lated 180'C iura t at 5'C) pH Color (*7) (36) NNW RIVER NREAR IAE BUTLER, PLA,--Continued Nir. 21-31, 1968,. 301 0,3 0,40 8,0 2.4 7.5 0.6 20 4:, 14 0, 0.8 3 105 2 8 91 2 100 Apr, 1-10....,,... 118 8,8 .48 5.8 3.8 8,0 .7 2 0 14 .2 .53 100 8 8 9 10 Apr. 11-20o.,..... 482 8,7 ,33 6.8 1,8 68. ,7 23 3,8 10 ,2 1 47 5s 24 8 83 s. 170 Apr, 21-30,, 40 11 .41 7.2 2.9 8.0 13 31 3,8 11 2 .8 81 113 30 4 8 .4 220 May 1-10......,,, 115 12 .84 5.8 3.3 8.5 .4 28 3,8 10 .2 .3 58 121 28 5 89 .4 280 May 11-20......... 28.6 10 .43 8.4 4,s 8.5 .3 s39 .0 11 ,2 .0 88 117 40 8 112 .280 May 21-31......... 34.8 9.8 .38 9.8 4.4 8.8 .8 42 6.0 11 .3 .0 72 117 42 8 118 .3210 June 1-10.......... 2.6 8.8 .44 8.8 3.9 7.0 .3s8 55 10 .2 .4 84 124 38 8 108 .8 80 JUne 11-19..... 4.7 17 .34 14 6.9 11 10 70 8.0 12 .3 13 104 142 4 6 16 e .0 230 June 20-24........ 10.7 13 .7 18 90 10 17 85 8.8 13 .4 4.0 120 148 82 4 201 1.4 120 June 25-July 10..,. 88 7.3 .28 5.6 3.2 5.7 .7 18 6,8 0.2 .3 1.2 49 95 27 12 80 .13 20 July 11-10..... 152 7.4 .50 4. 2.4 .1 .7 1 .8 9.2 .3 1.3 46 117 22 9 71 .1 320 July 20-31........ 121 6.1 .42 4.4 2.7 6.1 o 18 8.5 0.0 .3 1.0 44 97 22 7 87 .2 50 Aug. 1-10,....... 69.6 8.9 .39 5.6 3.4 5.7 .6 23 3.8 10 .3 1.2 49 102 28 9 82 .220 Aug. 11-20......... 301 7.8 .31 5.0 1.8 4.0 .5 16 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 39 90 20 7 61 .1 240 Aug. 21-31......... 123 8.6 .62 8. 1.5 5.3 .5 15 2. 9.0 .2 .7 40 113 20 8 2 .1 320 ept. 1-10 ...... 2 7.7 .2 8.2 3.3 6.3 .9 30 4.2 10 .3 .9 67 120 34 10 89 .8 30 Sept. 11-20 ...... 10.0 9.0 .4 1 3.2 8.0 1.4 80 5.8 12 .3 2.0 84 132 83 12 131 280 Sept. 21-30....... 4.8 12 .30 18 6.7 8.8 1.7 78 7.2 12 .3 2.1 107 138 72 8 177 7.2 180 Time-weig'ted -average........ 119 10 0.38 9.3 4.4 8.1 0.8 40 6.5 12 0.3 1.0 72 121 41 8 116 .-l 23 Oct. '23 198, 1 ,8 ..... 6. 12 0.09 30 7.5 1 2.8 1 1 0. 7,7 2.9 159 189 17 213 '00 Feb. 6, 198 ...... 273 7.3 .23 8.0 2.21 8. .0 11 0.6 9.8 .3 .7 -42 86 22 12 73 1.6200 May 2. ........... 969 3.6 .32 5.6 1,.2 2. .1 15 4.4 4. .2 1.2 -31 78 19 6 49 .2 220 July 23,........... 245 3.9 .21 4.6 .9 2.0 9 2.8 3.8 ,3 1.8 -25 71 15 8 41 .9 10 Sept. 18.......... 1280 4.9 .23 5.0 ., 2.9 .7 11 .8 5, .3 .7 -27 64 14 6 43 .8 100 -Nov, 17........... 33 S.8 .2 6.8 2.9 8.2 .6 s23 1. 8.0 .2 1.0 i -43 100 10 80 .00 30 64 Jan. 19, 1960..... 19 7.8 .23 13 4.7 8.7 .8 55 4.0 12 .3 2.8 1.0 81 11i 52 7 137 76. 120 86 Apr. 5............ 1690 2.6 .16 4.8 .2 4.9 .4 12 2.8 8.8 .2 .5 .4 28 73 13 3 45 1.4 120 May 25 ............ a3.6 9.3 10 14 8.8 8.3 2.4 62 4.8 13 .4 a2. 12 94 123 63 12 8 9 90 July8 I8 ...........0 ..8 3.2 .0 4.4 .9 2.0 .7 8 .8 ,0 ..3 ..1 21 78 14 10 38 .9180 -Sept. 23 ......... 120 3.4 .18 3 1.7 4.0 0 .4 1 .3 .0 34 6 16 49 6:8 20o

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CaC0 conductMagPoamnce TemDate Mean CalnetasBicarOhloFluNi PhooCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge lilie Iron alum slum Sium ailum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhos ature collection (of) (810,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO.) (P4) lated 180C alum ate at 5'C PH Color ("7) (6) BUTLER CREEK NEAR LAKE BUTLER, FLA. Nov. 26, 1957..... 1.9 1.4 11 4.3 6.1 0.7 40 8.0 10 0.3 1.0 0.2 "5 140 45 12 104 6.6 500 .58 Mar. 18, 1989..... 2.8 .13 1.6 .7 2.9 .0 0 2.8 4.8 .2 .1 -16 6 7 7 33 4.7 280 55 Jan. 4, 1960...... 3.8 .13 3.2 .5 3.3 .1 4 .4 7.5 .2 .2 -21 94 10 6 47 4.8 130 56 June ........... 3.0 .17 .6 1.0 3.1 .2 3 .4 10 .1 .1 .00 3 8 38 4.9 340 76 (22) LAKE BUTLER AT LAKE BUTLER, FLA. July 10, 1987..... -0.7 0.02 3.2 1.9 6.9 0.8 6 6.5 12 0. 0.S -35 72 16 11 72 5.6 45 94 Dec. 19........... -4.3 .05 2.4 1.8 7.8 .5 6 7.2 12 .1 .0 0.3 39 70 14 8 69 6.1 50 -Oct. 2, 1958...... 8 6.8 2. .00 3.0 1.1 6.7 -5.0 12 ..0 .0 .33 -12 8 6 5.7 40 83 Mar. 20, 1989..... '8 1.4 .02 2.2 1.2 8.0 .1 2 3.2 8.8 .2 .1 -.23 58 10 9 84 5.2 70 60 Jan. 4, 1960...... 8 ,*.6 1.7 .01 2.4 .5 3.5 .5 7 1.6 6.0, .2 .0 -20 s 8 2 40 5.8 60 62 June a ........... 8 6.7.. 1.1 .09 2.4 .6 3.6 .4 6 .8 7.0 .0 .0 .1 19 41 8 4 40 5.6 b 82 (86) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA. July 15-21, 1957.. 239 13 0.57 7.2 4.0 8.7 1.0 e6 12 10 0.4 0.2 70 137 34 13 105 8.4 230 -July 22-Aug. 2.... 311 8.6 .43 5.8 3.5 7.2 1.0 22 10 8.8 .4 .3 67 115 29 11 89 6.3 230 -W Aug. 11-20........ 620 8.9 .49 5.2 3.0 6.6 1.1 19 8.0 8.5 .3 .5 52 122 26 10 77 6.1 230 Aug. 21-31........ 404 9.2 .41 6.6 3.6 7.6 .8 25 7.5 10 .4 .4 59 121 32 11 9 6.3 230 Sept. 1-10........ 155 10 .37 7.6 3.9 8.8 1.0 28 12 12 .5 .3 70 122 35 12 108 6.4 230 Sept. 11-20 ....... 26 14 .40 8.2 3.2 8.9 .5 30 7.8 11 .4 .4 70 120 33 9 97 6.7 260 Sept. 21-30....... 336 14 .46 7.2 2.9 10 1.1 30 6.8 11 .4 .2 69 131 30 6 100 6.6 320 Oct. 1-10......... 666 8.9 .48 6.0 3.0 7.8 .9 19 6.5 11 .4 .2 55 122 28 12 84 6.4 340 Oct. 11-....... 289 12 .36 8.0 2.9 10 .8 28 12 10 .4 .2 71 124 32 9 104 6.6 10 -Oct. 21-31 ........ 99 8.8 .11 2.3 12 1.0 32 17 12 .3 .2 81 118 37 11 131 6.7 180 -Nov. 1-10........... 59 7.9 .17 12 6.6 13 1.2 64 22 11 .3 .4 107 114 87 4 144 6.8 110 -Nov. 11-20 ........ 6 7.3 .49 10 4.1 12 1.2 42 21 6.2 .3 .2 84 110 42 8 141 6.8 100 Nov. 21-30........ 84 8.8 .12 9.2 5.4 10 1.3 39 16 12 .1 .5 83 110 45 13 137 6.8 100 -Dec. 1-10......... 89 14 .14 11 5.7 11 1.2 48 14 13 .1 .2 95 121 51 12 146 6.8 110 Dec. 11-22....... 70 8.8 .12 10 5.1 9.8 1.0 39 13 14 .1 .4 82 102 46 14 133 7.0 110 -Dec. 23-29 ....... 88 8.5 .16 12' 4.9 10 1.2 43 14 13 .1 .3 86 107 50 18 142 6.7 110 Dec. 30-Jan. 10, 198............. 84 10 .11 11 5.5 9.0 .8 44 12 14 .2 .3 85 117 50 14 147 7.0 94 Jan. 11-20........ 174 11 .11 9.6 5.0 9.0 .6 36 11 16 .2 .1 81 118 44 15 137 6.8 120 -Jan. 21-31........ 227 8.2 .18 7.6 4.3 9.0 .3 26 8.8 16 .2 .1 67 113 36 18 117 7.1 170

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Table 8,--Cherm$ai analyses and teperturr s of curfacs wIter--cConth$nu Chemical anlyser in pjrts pr mtllUon sxcNpt a pato conductance, pHI and color--Continued DiPsolved Hardnss Ipeottil solids sm ca00s Gonduct. Nag. Po -omor TI Dats Mean CalnitasflearChloFluoNIPhosCal. Residue Calalum, Non(aioro. of dacharrgs allies Iron lum ilum lodium clum bonate I ulfate ride ride trate phste auat mainecarbonbi he* colleotion (Cor) (/Io0) (F) (C (M) (NM) (I) (N) ) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO_ ) ( )O lted 180C 0ium ate At 2a'C) pH Color () (68) BANTA Fl RIVXR AT WORTHINOTON, FIA,-Coatinued Feb, 1-10, 1988,,, 194 S,0 0,13 7.4 4,4 r ,0 0,3 8 9,o0 16 0, 0o.0 67 108 1139 e ,7 140 Feb. 1l-26..,,.,,, 217 7.8 .11 8.0 4.4 9,0 ,1 a8 8,. 17 t, .0 87 109 38 1S 118 6,7 130 Feb, 31-28...,,,,, 400 89, .17 7.0 3.9 7,0 ,3 16 6.5 11 ,3 ,0 s0 104 34 13 108 8,8 130 Mar. 3-10....,..,. 1900 5,8 .17 4, 1.7 .6 .3 14 10 ,s ,. 37 87 la 6 79 6,2 180 Mar. 11-20,.,,,,,. 1400 7.0 .90 6.0 1.4 8,6 .2 15 7.8 10 ,3 .1 47 100 9 10 79 0.4 160 Mar. 31-31,....... 1060 .8 .18 4,8 2,7 7.0 ,s 14 8,0 11 .3 .1 47 98 S3 12 83 0.9 100 Apr. 1-10,....... .489 4.0 ,.0 6,9 6 ,8 8.0 ,1 14 9., 11 .2 .9 48 101 94 13 91 ,g. 190 Apr. 11-20....,,,. 1040 4.9 .91 4,4 ,.3 0.0 ,1 13 G., 10 .2 .2 40 91 20 10 74 6, 2680 Apr, 1-30........ 780 4.9 .39 4.8 ,7 8.0 .1 14 .,6 20 .3 .2 42 103 3a 12 76 8.3 260 May 1-10.....4,.. 619 8.9 .33 56. 3,9 8.5 .1 18 6.8 9.0 ,0 .4 49 111 26 10 80 6.8 300 MYy 11-30......... 907 18 .o7 6.8 ,.9 8,0 .0 93 9.8 10 .1 .3 62 111 29 11 94 6.8 230 May -311......... 194 11 .27 6.4 3,6 8,0 .1 26 9.0 10 .1 .4 60 112 31 10 O7 8.8 120 June 1-10.,,,..,,0 123 14 .94 6.8 4.0 0.0 .2 31 9.6 10 .3 .2 69 119 34 8 110 6.e 100 June 11-19........ 40 14 .18 10 4,1 10 .7 36 1 12 .4 84 124 42 12 131 6.9 140 June 20-30........ 265 8,0 .21 7,3 3.2 6.1 .8 21 13 12 .4 1.0 63 99 31 13 93 8.8 180 July 1-10......,,. 963 6.8 .24 4,4 2.4 4,8 .4 13 7.3 8.0 .3 .8 42 98 21 10 6 S 6.2 60 July 11-20....... 98 8,9 .32 4,0 2.1 4.8 .4 11 75, 8,0 .3 .4 39 99 19 10 58 .9 360 July 21-31.. .. 391 8.9 ,37 4,4 l.9 6.1 .5 18 9, 8.5 .3 .6 50 104 23 10 70 6.2 80 Aug. 1-10......... 22. 6.5 .30 5.2 2.9 .e .5 16 12 10 .3 .7 83 100 25 12 80 .4 220 Aug. 11-20..,...o .609 6.7 .28 4,4 2.3 8.2 .6 14 4.0 7.0 .3 .2 38 94 20 9 64 8, 240 Aug. 21-31......... 472 6.5 .36 5.0 ,.3 5.7 .8 14 8., 7.8 .3 .1 41 103 22 10 69 0.1 260 Sept. 1-10...... .. 162 7.0 .38 6.1 2.8 7.1 .7 20 8.8 9.0 .3 .2 82 102 27 10 86 6.8 220 Sept. 11-20....... 79 8.2 ,12 7.2 .29 7.9 .7 24 9.8 10 .3 .2 59 104 30 10 90 6.8 200 Sept. 21-30. ..... 39 8.2 .19 8.2 3.3 9.2 .9 30 14 10 .3 .4 70 102 34 10 111 7.1 160 Time weig ted -----2 -0 verage....... 408 8.9 0.7 7.1 3.6 8.1 0.6 26 110 11 .0. 0.3 83 110 32 10 101 3non

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CaCO3 conductDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Caloiu, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron oium slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonbhos ature collection (ato) (Bi0e) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO3) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOs) (P04) lated 180'C sium ate at 25C) pH Color ('F) (66) SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINOTON, FLA.--Continued Oct. 1-10, 198. .. 28 7.2 0.16 9.8 3.8 8.8 0.9 37 13 10 0.3 0.3 -72 99 40 10 121 .. 120 Oct. 11-20........ 28 82 .13 11 4.3 8.8 .9 42 16 10 .3 .1 -81 99 45 10 134 .4 90 Oct. 21-31........ 40 9.3 .14 13 3.3 7.1 1.0 44 13 9.8 .3 .2 0.5 80 104 46 10 127 6.9 140 Nov. ..... 8.63 .12 12 4.1 6.3 1.3 45 12 9.8 .4 ,4 .7 78 105 47 10 130 7.0 100 Nov. 8-19......... 223 8.8 .23 8.0 2.7 6.0 .9 23 8.8 10 .4 .2 .5 58 107 31 12 92 6.4 220 Nov. 20-30........ 57 7.8 .25 8,4 3.4 6.6 .9 31 9.6 10 .4 .2 .4 63 106 36 10 104 6.7 180 Dec. 1-10......... 118 9.0 .22 10 3.2 8.4 1.0 34 9.2 11 ,4 .2 .5 68 106 38 10 109 6.7 150 Dec. 11-20........ 410 7.7 .23 6.0 2.4 5.6 .8 16 8.0 10 .4 .1 .3 49 102 25 12 83 6.3 200 Dec. 21-31........ 276 8.2 .23 6.4 2.4 6.4 .7 16 8.4 11 .4 .0 .1 52 102 26 13 86 6.4 180 Jan. 1-10, 1959... .1780 6.8 .25 4.8 1.9 4.8 .8 10 7.2 9.5 .4 ,1 .3 42 94 20 12 69 5.9 210 Jan. 11-20........ 887 7.3 .25 4.4 2.2 6.3 .7 9 12 10 .4 .1 .2 47 95 20 12 72 5.9 210 Jan. 21-31........ 529 5.8 .20 6.8 3.5 6.8 .4 13 8.8 11 .2 .3 -49 93 29 18 82 6.2 200 Feb. 1-10......... 654 5.1 .23 7.0 2.3 6.4 .6 14 8.8 10 .2 .3 -48 92 27 16 83 .2 260 Feb. 11-20........ 896 4.8 .23 6.4 1.5 6.9 .5 12 6.4 9.5 .2 .3 -42 94 22 12 72 6.1 260 Feb. 21-28........ 328 5.2 .28 6.4 2.9 6.8 .5 16 9.6 10 .2 .4 -50 98 28 16 88 6.4 260 I Mar. 1-10......... 1990 4.1 .24 5.6 2.9 4.5 .4 8 6.6 8.0 .3 .3 -36 83 26 20 60 6.0 180 Mar. 11-20........ 3870 6.0 .14 3.6 1.3 3.9 .2 9 5.6 7.6 .1 .2 -33 67 14 7 64 5.9 150 Mar. 21-31........ 3980 3.2 .17 3.6 1.2 3.3 .1 7 5.6 7.8 .0 .2 -28 61 14 8 49 .7 200 Apr. 1-10........ 1390 4.3 .24 3.8 1.6 4.1 .2 10 6.7 7.8 .1 .2 -34 74 16 8 57 6.0 200 Apr. 11-20........ 808 3.6 .30 4.2 1.6 4.9 .2 10 7.2 9.2 .1 .3 -36 76 17 9 63 6.0 260 Apr. 21-30........ 838 4.9 .29 3.6 2.1 4.0 .2 11 7.2 9. .1 .2 -37 75 18 8 58 6.2 200 May 1-10.......... 293 4.5 .30 4.6 1.9 5.0 .1 11 8.0 9.8 .1 .2 -40 81 20 10 67 6.2 210 May 11-20......... 235 5.2 .28 4.8 2.2 5.0 .2 14 7.6 10 .1 .2 -42 80 21 10 71 6.4 210 May 21-31 ........ 4360 4.8 .32 4.0 1.6 3.0 .0 8 3.2 7.0 .2 .7 -29 9 16 10 44 6.1 220 June 1............ 2700 --18 7.5 --0 -62 -----76 -204 3.6 280 June 2-10......... 2060 3.9 .22 3.2 1.7 3.3 .0 7 2.4 6.0 .2 .6 -25 67 15 10 44 6.0 280 June 11-20........ 1090 4.1 .22 3.6 1.2 3.6 .0 8 3.2 6.8 .2 .5 -27 69 14 8 49 6.0 280 June 21-25........ 690 4.5 .07 4.0 1.2 4.2 .6 11 4.0 6.5 .4 .3 -31 68 15 6 50 6.2 60 June 26-28, 30.... 42 4.9 -3.6 1.6 4.6 .5 11 5.0 6.6 .2 .3 -33 -16 6 52 6.3 60 July 1............ 608 6.1 -6.6 2.4 2.3 -18 4.8 6.2 -.7 -37 -24 9 61 6.0 300

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Tible a,9-Chsimoal analyses and temperaturwu at murface watur;--Caoninued Choimi I tanlYumsn prts par a tl aI oLtpt so pltle ionductanc PH, Id aolor-.Continud Diusolved Hardn as Spei at MA. P solids as CsCO I conduct O ma D"Maa Pno' nce T-im Datd Mean Calnef taxSBlarChloFluoNI. PhosCClReiidue Calaium, Non. (mioroper" of dohargaoll* oIron oium slum sodium slum bonart Sulfate ride rlde trate phils ouat *a noarbon.* l s atur, colleotton (otf) (80) (0r) (CA) (ME) (N<) (<) (mco.) (1C04) (C1) (7) (,o)y() O l ted 1O'C Au t .t 'C) pH Color () (S6) SANTA PI RIVER AT WORTHINIOTO, FLA.--Continued July -4, 1959,.. 708 8,3 0,12 4,8 1.3 4.3 0,8 14 3,2 5,6 0,3 0.3 -35 68 17 6 2 .3 10 July 8-09...,,. 728 8.4 .11 4,8 1,2 4.3 ,S 13 4,0 6i .2 .4 -34 74 17 6 51 6,3 180 July 10-14,,..,,, 539 7,7 ,10 5.6 3.2 4,8 .6 30 4,8 7.0 3 .3 -44 75 27 10 63 .8 180 July 15-30.,,,,, B14 5,8 .14 4,0 1.9 4,0 .14 2.4 .6 11 -3 .1 18 5 s 50 6.8 380 July 81-203,,... 894 7,7 .15 4.3 1,5 4.9 ,4 14 5.1 7,0 .s .7 -39 92 1 5 7 6.7 220 Aug. 1-10..... 307 7,9 .17 3,4 3.0 5.5 .s 18 5.6 7.5 .3 1.7 -45 8B 21 6 65 6.9 80 Aug, 11-0...... 41 11 .4,0 2.6 5.5 .20 4.8 8,0 .3 .-40 99 22 6 69 8.8 00 Aug, l........ ..288 11 -64 1.0 6,4 .7 20 2.4 8.0 ..0 -46 84 20 4 64 6. 200 AUg, 2s,.,, ...go.2, 7 6.9 -S.6 24 5.4 .7 18 3,2 8.0 .2 .8 -41 88 24 9 64 .0 200 Aug. 23,,,...... 201 10 -7. 1,9 6.5 ,7 24 4,0 8.0 3 .6 -1 106 36 6 7 6,1 320 Aug. 34s,......... 177 l1 -7.2 1,0 6.8 .7 s 5,3 7.0 .a .0 -4 102 24 4 83 6.1 200 Aug. 35,.. ..... 160 68 -0.6 2.4 6.3 .7 19 4.4 8.0 .2 .9 -45 96 24 8 70 .1 00 Aug. 7.,....., 135 10 -7. 1.0 6.0 .7 18 3.2 --.7 --9 23 7 70 .31 250 AUg. 38..... ,. .128 7.3 -6.4 2.4 6.0 .7 18 4.6 8.0 ---44 92 6 11 70 .0 220 Aug. 9......... 220 3 -8.0 4.9 7.8 1.4 35 4.0 8.0--173 110 40 18 92 08. 200 Aug. 30.......... .37 11 -8,8 1.5 6.I .8 30 4.8 8.0 .2 .7 57 104 2 4 84 0.3 150 Aug. 31. .......... 25 8.1 -9.6 1.0 4.5 1.0 1 3.2 8,0 ---46 90 32 16 70 .1 200 Sept. 1.,,........ 333 8. -8.0 3.4 4. .8 21 4.8 8.0 .2 --48 90 34 17 70 6.1 200 Sept, ...,..... 368 8.1 -64 2.0 4.8 .8 21 3.2 80 ---44 92 28 11 66 6.1 00 Sept, 3 ........... 303 8.3 7.2 .9 4.8 .8 20 4.4 7,0 .2 .6 -4 96 30 14 70 0.3 320 Sept. 4........... 42 .8.0 2.4 5.0 .8 24 3.6 8.0 .2 49 100 30 10 76 6.2 200 Sept. 6...... .... 335 --8.0 2.4 5.2 .8 21 2.4 7.0 ----100 30 13 89 5.1 200 Sept. 68....... 26 1 -9.6 2.9 7.8 .8 30 4.0 8.0 --3 114 36 12 89 6.3 200 Sept. 7.......... 316 13 -7.2 3,9 5.9 .8 30 4.4 9.0 ---59 108 34 10 77 6,4 220 Sept. .... ........ 342 8.1 -7.2 1.9 6.0 .6 19 3.2 8.0 .1 .7 -44 9 26 10 66 6.3 200 Sept. 9............ 348 9.5 -7.2 1.9 5.4 .5 20 2.8 8.0 ---45 100 26 10 65 6.1 220 Sept. 10.......... 333 .4 -6.6 2.9 4.9 .7 14 2.8 7.0 .2 .7 -37 94 26 14 59 6.4 220 Sept. 11......... 329 1.9 -7.1 1.0 5.6 .1 20 2.0 1.0 ---29 84 2 6 64 6.2 20 Sept. 12.......... 317 1.9 -5.6 2.4 .1 .1 17 1.6 4.0 ---29 80 24 10 61 6.1 20 Sept. 13..... ...... 341 2.8 -.0 3.4 5.5 .1 18 6.4 -----102 30 17 93 6.0 220

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Table 2,--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH. and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CaCO3 conductMag-' Poance TemDate Mean CalnetamBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalReside Calcium, Non(microperof dicharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonates ulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmbos ature collection (ofe) (Si0,) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) () (HC03) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOs) (P04) lated 180'C sim ate at 25'C) pH Color (OF) (56) SANTE FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON, FLA.--Continued Sept. 14, 1959.... 410 3.5 -6.4 1.5 5.8 0.1 19 2.4 ---78 22 6 63 6.2220 Sept. 1 ......... 623 --6.4 2.4 5.0 .1 20 ------76 26 10 63 6.1 220 Sept. 16............ 1200 3.9 -4.0 3.4 4.0 .2 12 1.2 4.0--27 70 24 14 53 5.7 220 Sept. 17.......... 1940 4.6 -6.4 1.5 4.6 .2 15 2.8 1.0 ---28 82 22 10 54 5.9 250 Sept. 18.......... 2280 --4.0 1.9 --11 --. .---74 18 9 47 6.5 350 Sept. 19.......... 2250 3.9 -4.8 2.9 5.4 .2 18 .0 2.0 .--30 80 24 9 56 6.0 250 Sept. 20.......... 2170 4.5 -.6 1.5 5.8 .1 20 3.6 4.0 ---35 84 20 4 56 6.0 260 Sept. 21.......... 2220 3.0 -4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 10 1.6 2.0 ---22 74 20 12 48 6.0 250 Sept. 22......... .2340 --4.0 2.4 4.0 .1 12 ------76 20 10 49 5.8 260 Sept. 23.......... 2060 3.2 -4.8 1.9 4.2 .1 12 1.6 2.0 ---24 80 20 10 49 5.6 250 Sept. 24......... 1760 9.3 -6.4 2.9 6.1 .1 26 2.0 2.0 ---42 104 28 6 61 6.7 250 Sept. 256.......... 1480 2.5 -4.8 1.9 4.8 .1 16 2.0 -----96 20 7 56 5.9 240 Sept. 26......... 1230 4. -7.2 1.0 5.3 .1 16 2.8 2.Q ---31 82 22 9 57 5.9 240 Sept. 27.......... 1050 4.3 -4.8 1.9 5.3 .1 14 2.8 5.0 ---31 82 20 8 53 6.4 260 SSept. 28.......... 910 3.4 -4.8 2.9 5.3 .1 14 1.6 3.0 ---8 106 24 12 58 6.1 260 SSept. 29.......... 783 2.1 -3.2 2.4 5.0 .1 13 3.2 6.0 ---28 80 18 8 56 5.8 280 Sept. 30.......... 672 2.0 -4.8 1.9 5.2 .1 11 3.2 ------76 20 11 54 5.7 280 Time-weighted average. ...... 954 6.4 0.21 6.0 2.4 5.4 0.1 17 7.1 8.7 0.2 0.4 -45 88 25 11 75 --200 Oct. 1-10, 1959... 649 4.6 0.20 4.0 1.6 5.2 0.9 12 4.4 8.0 0.1 0.o 35 73 16 6 60 6.2 140 -Oct. 11-16, 18-20. 1670 s.5 .23 4.4 1.0 4.4 .8 12 6.8 7.0 .0 .5 37 88 15 55 6.1 160 -Oct. 17........... 3380 --4.0 1.5 3.2 .8 5 .8 --62 16 12 37 5.5 140 75 Oct. 21-31........ 897 6.3 .25 4.0 2.1 6.0 .6 15 4.0 9.0 .1 .3 40 78 18 6 65 6.2 200 -Nov. 1-10......... 401 5.8 .22 4.0 1.9 5.3 .6 14 4.0 8.2 .3 .2 37 75 18 6 67 6.2 180 -Nov. 11-20........ 294 6.1 .19 4.0 2.4 5.4 .5 18 4.8 9.2 .2 .4 41 76 20 7 68 .4 180 -Nov. 21-30........ 229 6.5 .21 5.0 2.8 5.6 .6 20 5.2 9.5 .3 .2 46 77 24 8 77 6.5 160 -Dec. 1-4.......... 177 6.2 .12 5.2 2.9 5.8 .5 21 6.8 10 .3 .1 48 80 25 8 77 7.0 160 -Dec. 5-17......... .158 9.3 .15 6.8 3.2 7.2 .8 31 6.4 9.5 .3 .2 59 83 30 4 94 6.8 140 Dec. 18........... 152 21 .14 9.6 3.9 9.7 .8 50 -10 .3 .1 -108 40 0 110 7.1 140 60 Dec. 19-31........ 131 9.8 .19 7.6 3.4 7.0 .8 34 6.4 10 .3 .4 63 86 33 5 100 6.7 120 -Jan. 1-10, 1980... 170 8.6 .14 9.6 2.4 6.5 1.0 30 6.4 11 .3 .2 61 98 34 10 9 7.4 120 -Jan. 11-20...... 123 9.5 .14 10 3.2 7.2 .8 36 7.6 11 .3 .2 68 99 38 8 110 7.3 120 -Jan. 21-31........ 10 11 .14 10 2.4 7.6 1.0 34 6.8 11 .2 .3 67 97 35 7 10 7.1 130 -Feb. 1-10......... 302 11 .19 8.8 3.4 7.6 1.1 30 7.2 12 .3 .5 7 93 36 12 106 7.4 120 --

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Table 2,--Cheilcl ainIlyiu and utwrpraturoe olt urfaci watier'--Continutl Uissolved Hardaoiems apci*l gsoli4 as CCO3 conduct Daa Ms Cl nBliarChloFluoNIPborCalROsidue CalcuL, Na(mairo. prot dschrge Anilc Iroan oiua -lul sodiujm lsubonatn Sultate ride ride trate pbtl ouI t magnecarbonshao Iture oollton (co) (10o.) (Ir) (Ca) (Ng) (Nm) I(K) (CO) (50) (ClF) i 4) ) lale 1O8'C su ate at 'C) pN Color (') (66) SANTE IF RIVER AT WORTHIN1TON, FLA.--Continued Feb. 11-30, 1960,, S68 6,8 0,20 7,2 3,9 7,2 0,9 23 6.0 12 0,3 0,4 i6 86 34 15 94 .3 160 Feb. 21-2,,.,,,,, 600 6,8 .16 6,6 2.3 7,1 1.02233 6.4 13 ,3 ,6 56 82 36 8 90 73 140 Mar. 1-.17,,.,,.., 863 11 .16 5,9 1,6 6.9 .14 6,4 11 .3 .5 50 75 19 8 6 I,9 140 Mar. 1-3,,,,,,,," 69000 4,3 .03 3.2 ,9 3,7 ,6 9 3.0 6,5 ,2 ,4 26 53 12 4 43 .8 130 Mar, 23-31.....,. 1700 3.2 .08 4.3 1,3 6.8 ,4 11 4.8 6,5 2 39 64 16 6 59 .2 60 Apr. 1-10........ 1420 3,4 .13 4.4 1,0 561 ,6 11 5,6 7.0 .2 ,4 33 77 15 6 60 5. 180 Apr. 11-0,,,,,,......, 50 2, .14 6.8 ,9 6.4 ,s 11 8.8 7.5 .3 39 76 18 9 71 .0 180 Apr. 21-30,,...... 295 3.3 .16 6.2 1.1 6.8 .6 14 8.0 8,0 .2 .7 42 82 20 8 78 .0 160 May 1-10,...,,... .233 7.7 ,16 7.8 1.1 7.4 ,4 20 8.0 9.0 .2 .4 62 85 24 8 87 .4 160 May 11-30........, 131 5.9 .13 8,6 1.3 8.4 4 22 9.2 9,0 .2 .3 64 78 27 9 96 6.5 130 May 91-31,........ 70 6.6 .12 9.8 1.6 8.3 7 25 13 9.0 ,2 .4 61 83 31 10 108 .6 110 June 1-10......... 68 6.5 .11 8.8 3.2 7.9 .0 30 10 8.0 .3 .5 69 91 35 10 109 .8 100 June 11-20 ...... 71 7.9 .09 12 235 8,3 ,3 35 13 8.0 .3 .3 69 97 40 12 123 .9 60 June 21-30........ 469 4.4 .18 5.4 .6 6.3 ,0 18 3,6 6.6 .3 .3 36 82 24 9 72 .6 180 July 1-10......... 246 7.0 .18 6.0 2.3 6.7 .23 7 4.0 7.0 .3 ,7 46 83 24 2 76 7.0 00 0 July 11-20........ 1420 8.1 .34 3.6 1.7 4.3 .2 16 .4 3.8 .3 .6 31 78 16 3 51 6.4 210 July 21-31........ 1840 5.0 .23 4.4 1.7 3.7 .2 18 .8 6.0 .3 .3 31 124 18 3 67 .6 200 Aug. 1-10......... 1900 5,3 .26 3.6 2.7 3.7 .2 15 4.0 4.2 .3 .6 39 74 16 3 49 .4 210 Aug. 11-20....... 1030 5.5 .25 4.2 1.6 4.4 .2 15 .8 4.5 .3 .4 30 74 17 4 56 6.5 210 Aug. 21-31........ 00 o .1 .34 4.2 1.6 4.4 .3 10 .4 4.8 .3 .3 27 73 17 9 66 6.1 190 Sept. 1-10........ 888 4.9 .33 4.4 1.1 4.4 ,6 12 3.6 6.6 .3 .6 33 80 16 6 53 6.2 220 Sept. 11-20....... 1940 4.7 .34 3.8 1.3 460 .5 12 3.2 6.5 .2 .7 31 78 14 4 49 6.2 200 Iept. 21-30....... 918 6.2 .31 4.2 1.3 5.0 .6 14 4.4 4.5 .2 .6 34 86 16 4 56 6.4 220 Time-welghted --average..... 735 6.7 0.19 6.1 2.0 6.0 0.6 20 .7 8.2 0.2 0.4 46 82 23 6 77 -160 (61) SWIFT CREEK HEAR PROVIDENCE, FLA. Feb. 4, 1958...... -4.6 0.10 4.0 3.4 6.0 0. 9 3.5 13 3 0.3 .1 0. 40 110 24 16 70 .9 0 -Mar. 18, 1956..... 7.0 3.0 .33 1.4 .9 ..0 3. 3.8 ..-16 8 7 6 30 4.900 66 Jan. 4 1960...... 11.7 8.7 .37 3.8 2.6 5.1 .4 10 1.2 11 .3 .1 .0 38 85 30 13 623 .0 180 60 June S........... -6.1 .37 3.8 1.2 3.3 .0 8 .8 6.2 .2 .1 .9 27 64 14 8 42 1.8100 78

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Di"solved Hardness Specif S. solids as CacO3 conductDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloFlueNiPhosCalResidue Caloium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron cium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu.at magnecarbonmhos ature collection (cfa) (S10) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCOs) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOs) l(W) lated 180'C slum ate at 25'C pH Color (PF) (40) OLUSTEE CREEK NEAR PROVIDENCE, FLA. Oct. 2, 1957 ...... 456 3.7 0.52 2.6 1.2 2.7 0.3 6 1.0 11 0.2 0.3 -27 78 12 6 41 5.4 280 -Nov. 20........... 3.7 8.0 .30 4.8 3.3 4.6 .5 20 2.0 8.0 .3 .1 -42 94 26 9 71 6.1 180 65 Jan. 17, 1958.... 92 11 .36 3.8 2.9 5.7 .4 12 2.2 11 .3 .0 -44 94 22 12 71 5.8 180 50 Mar. 18........... 314 3.6 .44 2.4 1.8 4.7 .4 6 4.0 8.0 .2 .1 -29 84 14 8 52 6.5 240 58 May 8............. 36 3.5 .75 2.8 2.1 4.7 .4 7 4.0 8.0 .3 .0 -30 107 16 10 53 5.3 440 67 July 11........... 234 4.2 .60 2.0 1.9 3.4 ,5 4 3.8 7.8 .2 .0 -27 105 14 11 45 5.1 420 80 Sept. 2........... 48 8.8 .52 3.6 .7 2.8 .4 5 1.5 5.5 .4 .8 0.37 28 108 12 8 45 5.1 400 Oct. 27....... ... .6 6.9 .27 4.0 1.6 3.4 .6 1 1 1.0 7.0 .3 .4 .80 33 64 16 4 54 6.6 120 63 Feb. 10, 1959..... 111 8.6 .28 3.4 2.1 5.4 .0 4 3.6 10 .4 .4 -36 103 17 14 63 .0 240 Mar. 18............. 3020 3.4 .18 1.8 .6 2.4 .0 2 .4 3.5 .2 .8 -16 49 7 6 29 5.1 180 55 July 27........... 113 3.5 .51 2.6 1.0 3.0 .4 7 .8 5.5 .4 1.8 -23 80 10 5 41 5.2 240 -Sept. 18............ 552 3.7 .25 2.2 1.1 2.0 .3 10 1.2 5.5 .2 .4 -22 64 10 2 36 .1 200 Nov. 16........... 59 1.2 .20 2.0 1.5 3.5 .0 5 .0 8.0 .2 .2 -19 82 11 7 43 5.1 350 64 Jan. 19, 1960..... 21 5.1 .23 5.6 1.7 4.6 .0 17 2.0 8.8 .3 .5 .5 37 102 21 7 60 6.6 150 55 Apr. 7............ 217 1.5 .25 3.6 .2 3.7 .0 10 .8 7.2 .2 .6 -23 73 10 2 38 5.8 180 64 '0 May 26............ 3.4 4.2 .10 4.4 1.6 3,6 .7 10 .8 6.5 .3 1.8 .5 29 70 18 10 49 5.8 200 July 19.......... 323 3.8 38 2.6 1.1 2.4 .7 2 .8 8.5 .4 .1 .3 22 87 11 10 38 4.9 300 Sept. 23.......... 60 7.7 .20 2.8 1.3 2.9 .3 5 .8 8.2 .3 .1 .3 27 63 12 8 39 5.3 280 76 (55) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA. Sept. 19, 1957.... 487 5.0 0.07 40 7.5 7.3 0. 101 42 14 0.4 0.3 -167 199 133 48 22 7.5 120 78 Oct. 21........... 629 9.9 .07 49 6.9 8.5 .8 117 50 14 .3 .6 -198 236 151 55 331 7.1 130 Dec. 4............ 359 13 .02 2 9.4 10 .2 158 69 15 .2 .2 -257 241 193 64 423 7.5 22 68 Jan. 27, 1958 .... 424 11 .06 40 1.3 8.0 .2 100 44 15 .2 .2 -169 231 130 48 295 7.1 90 59 Feb. 4........... 78 12 .05 41 7.2 9.0 .9 95 49 16 .3 .0 183 212 132 54 291 7.5 80 59 Mar. 26............ 160 4.9 .26 12 3.6 6.7 .9 31 12 10 .4 .3 -6 105 45 20 120 6.3 220 60 May 19............ 829 11 .08 49 7.7 8.1 .9 130 45 12 .3 .4 -198 230 154 66 339 7.1 90 72 July 14........... 1310 6.1 .14 15 3.5 4.6 .6 38 12 7.5 .4 .1 0.21 69 119 52 21 113 6.8 280 78 Sept. 8........... 610 11 .08 51 7.8 6.6 .7 129 48 12 .2 .4 .21 202 251 159 54 338 7.3 100 75 Nov. 3............ 283 13 .02 66 10 7.9 1.0 166 65 14 .3 .4 .31 260 299 206 70 432 7.7 20 69

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Table ,.--Chisastl seasyses snd oaperailurea of surface vtera -Coalaoued Chorcl & aayter a 2p rts pr alll toi axcpt ape tflc ondcta nce. pH, ad cQoQrT-Coatoed SDssolved Hardoess sp8peollc Ss-olids as CCoa r o nduO S agPo ----anc TeDaft Mean Cal os tasBleare ChloPluoN1PhosCatResidu Cilcium, NaOR (rlero* per of dtscharg 8l$ia Iron clu slue Sodium slu bonast Sulftte ride rid trate phats cuit aIncarbonhbos sture collotto. (ft) (S8Oo) (Fm) (Ca) (Ni) (Na) (I) (HCO0) (80.) (Cl) (F) (NO) (P0) lIted 18OC ste ate t S9'C pH Color (F) (65) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINS, FLA.--Continued Jan, 1859 ..... 874 10 0,18 34 4.9 6,7 0,8 S3 24 12 0. 4 0.3 -109 148 so 36 187 s.8 170 88 Feb. 33,,,,,,,,,, 990 8.7 .12 3 32.9 7,9 .0 71 34 12 .3 .6 -135 180 9 38 30 .150 Apr. 0..2......... 1690 8.9 .08 42 4,6 6.5 .0 107 32 10 .3 1.0 -18 202 124 38 274 7. 90 June 15......... .. 2900 7.2 .24 2s 3.4 4.7 .0 18 20 7.5 .4 1.0 -102 149 79 38 177 7.3 180 Aug. 14............ 1160 1 ,06 47 5,5 6.2 .7 127 36 10 ,S .0 -180 10 140 36 209 7.3 5S 76 Oct. 1-14........ 1410 10 .12 33 4,3 5.8 .5 90 21 9.0 .4 .4 -129 165 100 227 7.3 10 Oct, 15-30.....,. 2190 5.9 .17 9.2 1.7 3.5 .7 38 4.8 7.0 .3 .8 -48 86 30 7 8.6 200 Oat. 21-35........ 3420 7.0 .21 17 3.0 4.7 .3 49 12 8.0 .4 .2 -77 119 15 133 7.1 10 Oct. 32-28........ 1870 11 .18 28 4.4 6.6 .4 82 20 9.0 .4 .1 -120 160 8 21 198 7.7 190 Oct. 39-Nov. 3.... 1630 12 .12 42 3.6 7.1 .4 109 30 11 .3 .8 -1 11 90 120 30 270 .3 110 Nov. 4-18......... 1330 14 .10 49 3.0 6.6 .4 121 35 10 .3 .8 -179 203 135 36 296 7.3 80 Nov. 19-30........ 1000 14 .06 49 8.9 7.3 .4 140 41 11 .2 .7 -202 224 159 44 331 .5 60 Dec. 1-10......... 883 18 .03 53 9.0 8.0 .4 153 43 11 .4 .1 -218 232 19 44 56 7. 40 Des. 11-18......... 822 17 .03 53 9.0 .6 .4 154 44 1 .3 .1 -220 240 189 43 360 .0 40 U1s Dec. 21-31........ 786 17 .03 54 9.6 7.8 .7 144 43 12 .3 .0 -19 252 174 43 363 .3 35 Ju. 1-10, 1960... 738 15 .03 2 9.4 8.0 ,8 148 40 12 .3 .0 -211 24 168 46 359 .2 30 Jan. 11-20........ 696 20 .03 54 9.1 8.7 .7 152 42 12 .3 .0 -222 258 172 48 371 ,0 34 Jan. 21-31....... 64 13 .02 58 9.1 6.9 .6 156 48 12 .3 .1 -5 269 182 54 380 .1 7 Feb. 1-7.......... 703 14 .05 45 7.7 7.2 .9 124 39 12 .3 .1 -187 210 144 42 312 .45 Feb. 8-14......... 887 10 .09 32 5.1 5.4 ,7 84 28 12 .3 .3 -135 15 101 32 230 7.3 95 Feb. 15-22........ 806 15 .08 48 6.7 7.9 1.0 124 40 13 .3 .6 -191 207 140 38 313 .6 65 Feb. 24-29, Mar. 1-............... 1320 7.5 .13 15 3.3 5.6 1.0 41 10 9.5 .3 .6 -72 103 47 14 121 8.8 140 Mar. 7-17......... 1390 14 .12 32 5.1 6.5 .9 86 29 10 .3 .5 -140 170 101 30 31 .4 95 Mar. 18............ 1740 8.8 .10 22 5.8 5.8 .9 66 6.0 10 .4 .3 -93 130 78 24 1 .1 100 -Mar. 19-27........ 4350 3.9 .13 6.0 1.0 3.3 .9 16 5.2 3.0 .2 .4 -32 62 19 8 57 .4 50 Mar. 28-Apr. 10... 2600 7.3 .21 21 4.7 5.4 .9 80 18 7.5 .3 .5 -96 120 72 23 155 .1140 Apr. 11-20........ 1810 10 .11 38 8.1 6.5 .9 104 30 10 .3 .8 -153 174 116 31 254 .5 85 Apr. 21-30........ 1370 13 .08 48 8.8 6.8 .7 134 40 11 .3 .9 -194 209 148 38 318 .1 60 May 1-10.......... 1180 13 .05 54 3.8 7.6 .6 136 41 11 .2 .8 -199 219 150 38 327 7.7 48

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Table 2.--Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters--Continued Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness pecific solide as CaCOj conduct. MagPo-anmce TeoDate mean CalnetasBicarChloPluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(icroperof discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonehos ature collection (cfe) (Si0g) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HO) (84) (C) (F) (N3O) (P04) lated 180.C sium ate at 25C) pH Color ('F) (85) SANTA FE RIVER NEAR HIGH SPRINGS, FLA.--Continued May 11-20, 1960... 988 17 0.03 57 6.3 8.6 0.7 152 45 12 0.1 1.1 -223 243 168 44 369 7.7 40 May 21-25......... 882 18 .03 61 5.8 8.4 .7 158 48 12 .0 .9 -233 254 176 46 381 .6 30 -June 19............ 69 17 .04 61 9.7 8.8 .6 168 9.6 11 .2 1.3 -202 262 192 54 400 7.9 5 June 20-30........ 877 15 .08 39 5.5 8.5 .6 108 28 10 .2 .7 -161 192 120 32 270 7.6 90 July 1-10......... 853 17 .08 50 5.1 7.8 .0 132 39 10 .3 .7 -195 224 146 38 318 7.8 70 July 11-20........ 1280 9.3 .19 17 2.1 5.0 .0 46 8.0 6.0 .3 .3 -71 118 51 14 122 7.0 -July 21-31......... 2030 8.3 .27 14 2.7 5.3 .0 40 6.4 5.5 .4 .1 -63 110 46 13 109 .8 200 -Aug. 1-10.......... 2270 12 .25 18 1.9 5.6 .4 52 12 8.0 .3 .2 -85 119 53 10 124 7.1 220 Aug. 11-14........ 2350 15 .58 21 2.1 5.4 .4 55 13 7.0 .3 .1 -92 123 61 16 139 .3 80 -Aug. 15-20........ 1880 18 .21 33 4.3 7.6 .4 92 25 9.0 .3 .4 -143 172 100 24 224 7.9 160 Aug. 21.......... 1620 --42 2.2 8.7 .6 100 29 13 -----114 32 245 .0 --Aug. 22-31........ 1670 12 .2 24 2.9 5.0 .4 63 18 8.0 .3 .3 -102 136 72 20 163 .7180 Sept. 1-4......... 1790 9.2 .16 30 4.4 5.6 .7 74 18 10 .3 .6 -115 136 93 32 192 .1 130 Sept. 5-11........ 1670 13 .13 35 3.8 6.5 .7 93 25 10 .3 .9 -141 159 103 27 231 7.1 0 -UI Sept. 12-19....... 2180 8.9 .20 13 2.3 4.4 .6 37 7.2 8.0 .3 .5 -63 88 42 12 98 .710 -Sept. 21-25....... 1850 12 .15 36 3.9 5.7 .8 94 28 10 .3 .4 -143 165 106 29 232 7.2 60 Sept. 26-30....... 1560 6.8 .18 13 2.1 3.9 .6 36 6.8 8.0 .3 .4 -60 88 41 12 95 B.7 160 Time-weighted 4 average ...... 1444 13 0.12 37 5.1 6.5 0.6 100 28 9.7 0.3 0.5 --178 114 32 247 --100 E Estimated discharge I Result ot discharge nesurement 8 Stae in feet 1 Time-eigsted aversge for the year ending Septeeber 30. 2 Timo-veigfed average for period July 1957 to Septeber 1958

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Tib r 1, Record of Welle Well numbers See ex1t for explanetion of well-numbrting system. Elevation of mseiuring point deserminad byl A, 4ltlmacer; EL, engineers' Locatiop; See figuri 5i level; To topographic map, Aqutters U, vewer-able aquifer (compriest the Pietstocein and Regent Water ltvell R, reported; otherwise measured, deposits, Older Plelstocene terrace deposits, Unnamed coerce claetlcs, Use: D0 dometic Dr, drairnage F, firej Id, industrials It, Irrigation; Chootewhatchee and Hawthorn poratilons); SA, secondary arteitan aqutfer N, none; 0, observationi OT, oil IteLs P, public supply; RR, railroead (seoprises the Chocstvhatchea and Hawthorn Formattons); r, Floridan S, stock, aqulfer (comprises the Hawthorn Formation, Suwannee ,Liastone, Ocala Remarks; A, auger hole CeO, cuttings on file with Corps of Engineers; Oroup, Avon Park LLmstone, and Lake City Limestone), CF, cuttings on fill with Florida Geological Surveyi D, destroyedl MHasuring points L, land surfacei Te, top of bushing; TC, top of oasing; 2, electric log available; 0, gsema ray log evallable;i Q, rock quarry; TCb top of concrete curbing; TCo, top of couplings TCr, top of cross; 8, sinkhole; Wf, wall filled in; WP, well plugged) Al-I (Alchua-1), TD, top of discharge pipe; TDC, top of drain cover; TE, top of elbow; 4-l (Bradford-l); C-I (Clay-L), numbers for wells published in WaterTP, top of flange; TFa, top of faucetl TP, top of plug; TPB, top of pump Supply Paper 773-C; Clay-5 (Clay-5), numbers for wells publihed in the base; TPs, top of pitcher pump spout; TOR, top of steel rod; TT, top of water-level report series of the U.S. Geological Survey, tee; TV, top of valve, Csin Heasurn pinnt I Water level ', I. l. number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks iU N Alachua County 927-203-1 SESEk sec. 12, W. A. Shand ......-..-----73 ..-6 F L 0.0 57 A +4.11 86-56 72 Ir T. 12 S., R. 22 E. 929-204-1 SBlEWk sec.36, J. G. Brown R. L. Williams 95 --* 6 F TC -2 80 A 24.08 28-56 ---Dr 8 T. 11 S., R. 22 E. 20.59 12-16-58 929-206-1 SW se. 27, ----..........---... Corps of 10 ----6 1 --.65.58 EL -.-------........-N CE T. 11 S., R. 22 E, Engineers 929-209-1 SWhSE sec. 36, Ben Wheeler Acme Drilling 161 -..4 1 TC 1.15 65.45 EL 8.87 63-58 --D T. 11 S., R. 21 E. Co. 8.63 12-16-58 929-213-1 HWkmH sec, 33, J. E. Thrasher ..----------54 2 F TC 2.1 63.87 EL 9.74 4-11-58 69.7 D T. 11 S., R. 21 E. 929-214-1 NEHSWk sec. 31, W. Z. Gill Gainesville 157 41 4 F TC .5 146.69 EL 92.22 10-23-58 70.2 D T, 11 S., R. 21 E, Equipment Co. 930-205-1 NWkNEL sac. 34, John W. Thomas -------do-.150 ---4 F TC .5 74 A 15.73 10-14-59 *-D T. 11 S., R. 22 E. 930-206-1 SWkSk sec. '2, L. E. Richardson .------.--. .80 --3 F TC .5 60 T ----------..-D T. 11 S., R. 22 E. 930-206-2 NWHSWt sec. 27, Ted Polk Cherry Wallace 66 60 2 F TC 1.0 55 T +2.41 10-14-59 --D T. 11 S., R. 22 E.

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Table 3.--Continued Cas ng Measurin point Water level a4 0 nmber Location Owner Driller se Remark to %. a a 930-206-3 NEkSWk sec. 27, C. H. White C. H. White 55 48 1k F TC 1.0 65 T 4.41 10-14-59 ---D T. 11 S., R. 22 E. 930-214-1 SWAl;E sec. 19, Franklin Lumber R. L. Williams 45 --2 SA TC .75 .--...--.12.25 62-58 ---D,S T. 11 S., R. 21 E. and Basket Co. 930-214-2 SWkSEk sec. 19, -----.. do .---..------.----.. 834 TC .6 --..-----. .15.92 78-58 --N ST. 11 S., R. 21 E. 930-216-1 WkSWkt sec. 25, Mrs. Jean Clark Acme Drilling 67 55 4 F TC .2 98.45 EL 31.8 47-58 --P CF 11 S., R. 20 E. Co. 930-216-2 SEkNEk sec. 26 Franklin Lumber J. J. Here 145 -----.. F TPB 1.6 101.03 EL 43.87 72-58 71 Id T. 11 S., R. 20 E. and Basket Co. 930-216-3 SBkNEk sec. 26, ---.... do------------------65 ---SA .---------. .......... ........ .Id T. 11 S., R. 20 E. 930-216-4 SEkNEk sec. 26, -------do-..---------.. 20 --132 W L .0 102.55 6.27 72458 ---Id T. 11 S., R. 20 E. 930-216-5 NEkSWk sec. 26, Mrs. J. R, Barr and Watkins 8 97 6 F TC .0 124 T 69.2 4-22-34 -N Al-17, Wf T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Whiting 930-217-1 SWNWk sec. 26, J. E. Thrasher Dibble and 150 -* 4 F ---*---96.46 EL ..-------.-.... -N CF, Wf T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Ernest 930-217-2 HWkW seec. 26, Town of C. B. Hunter 75 -4 F TC 2 116 T 62.0 .-----... 1 P Al-18 T. 11 S., R. 20 E. Micanopy 931-206-1 SEkSEk sec. 16, F. X. Brenneis Acme Drilling 55 31 3 F L .0 70.26 EL 0 R 2-20-48 -D CF T. 11 S., R. 22 E. Co. 931-210-1 SWkNE; sec. 23, Corps of Corps of 5 --6 F -....----78.02 EL .---.-----------N CF, W T. 11 S., R. 21 E. Engineers Engineers 931-218-1 SEkSEk sec. 16, Univ. uf Florida J, J. Hare 120 81 4 F TC .0 96 A 30.98 57-59 72 P T. 11 '., R. 20 E. Camp Wauberg 931-218-2 NWkNWk sec. 21, J. J. Hare ....do-----85 31 4 F TC 1.0 109 A 51.52 57-59 72 N T. 11 S., R. 20 E.

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Caasind H4arin. p.nt W4tar level Wall 41 4# 1l 0 4'5 'acc niuber Locallon Owner Driller Use Raarks 03 W -6O( 3 931-219.1 Land grant, JaMes Warrlngton J. HJHr ...... u. .. F() .... ....... .......... ........ ............ ... T. 11 S,, R. 20 9, 931-231-1 NZSEk9 sec. 17, Maddox Foundry J. 0, Edson 155 155 6 F TPB .5 81 T 30 R ........ .... Id AI-7 T. 11 S,, R. 18 E, and Machine Co, 931-231-2 NSt sec. 17, ....... do ..... Stevena-Southerr 220 ---* ** F .... ...... .......... ........ ........ 73.5 P, Id T. 11 8,, R. 18 E. Co. 932-205-1 HE1kWk sec. 10, Ira Brehm Sam Jordan 56 3 SA TC --...-85 T 18 R 10. -52 .... D T. 11 S., R. 22 ,. 932-215-1 Land grant, T. A. Jensen J. J. Hare 110 80 4 F TC .0 94 A 19.47 58-59 72 D T. 11 S., R. 20 E. 932-222-1 NWkSWk sec. 12, Hull's Dairy -----.......do----85 51 4 F TC 1.0 83 A 27.31 57-59 72 8 UI T. 11 S., R. 19 .1 932-231-1 NHWNlk aec. 16, Brice Wood Acme Drilling 150 ---*. 6 F TC 1.0 86.90 EL 40.07 9-20-58 74.5 Id T. 11 S., R. 18 E. Preserving Plant Co. 933-206-1 NEkNEk sec. 9, George Stanley Bemus 97 -4 F TC 1.0 90 T 19 R 1952 **.. D T. 11 S., R. 22 E. 933-212-1 NEkNW sec. 9, Frank Adams Frank Adams 32 -2 W TC 2 80 T 10 R 1950 *... D T. 11 S., R. 21 E. 933-219-1 SWkSk see. 5, Camp Ranch Inc. J. J. lare 101 63 4 F TC 1.0 89 A 31.76 57-59 72 D T. 11 S., R. 20 E. 933-223-1 SWnHWk sec. 11, Wacahoota Church ------------22 ----2 C 1.0 .......... 9.08 57-59 -... P T. 11 S., R. 19 E. 933-232-1 NEkSWk see. 5, C. T. Farley Acme Drilling ----4 F(---.......... 83.68 EL -----. -----------. D, 8 CF T. 11 S., R. 18 E. Co. 933-236-1 SEkSWk sec. 33, Brown .--...---.. .. 19 ---1 W 3 ---------14.46 7-15-58 72 D T. 10 S., R. 17 E. 934-211-1 Land grant, sec 34, Owen-Illinois ...............--23 -l W TC 2.0 100 T 4.53 10-15-59 -..D T. 10 S,, R. 21 E

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Casing Measuring point Water level Well a a .i as 5 U C 935-204-1 SWksW sec. 25, G. C. McClellan .--.. -63 43 3 SA TC 0.85 133 T 21.05 82-56 nb T. 10 LS. R. 22 E.oe 935-204-2 NWkNE sec. 26, Florida Forest E. R. Benedict 126 --2 F -*-160.54 EL ----.--D CF T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Service 935-204-3 WNkHs sec. 26, C. E. Titus C. B. Pitzer 82 55 2 SA TC 1.5 150 T 16 R 5-56 72 D ST. 10 S. R. 22 E. 935-205-1 MWhk see. 35, City Products .....-----..... 86 150 6 F TC .0 141 A 60.15 4-16-58 -N A1-16 T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Corp. 935-205-2 NAENt sec. 27, City of -----.......... 335 ...--t --* 151.31 EL ... .--.. .... ..CF T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Hawthorne 935-206-1 SWkUW0 sec. 27, Lonnie Harris Lewis Ivey 90 80 2 SA TC I 135 T 7.5 R 3-56 *D 935-207-1 NSWSWk sec. 29, Joe Lovell ....------do...-92 84 2 SA TC 1.0 125 T 18 R 8-58 -D T. 10 S., R. 22 E. 935-208-1 StWk sec. 31, Kelley J. 3. Williams 88 30 -F ----65 T .-----73 P T. 10 S., R. 22 E. 935-208-2 dose. 26, do -------do-88 30 F ---------65 T -----6---------73 F--935-208-3 ---.do-------.do----do-108 30 -F ---65 T .---.. ---73 P 935-208-4 -WW sdo--... C. -do T-----------do-----52 30 -F ----.. 65 T 1---73 P 935-208-5 .---.k dosec.---2, ..do .--------do--------F ---65 T --------------73 P 935-208-6 --se. do7 .. i r s L--. do--s -------0 do--55 32 4 F ----65 T ---N. -T. 10S.,R. 22E.Corp. 935-208-7 ---.do----do-............. ---do ---72 22 4 F TC 5.97 62 T 4.17 7-25-58 7.4 P 935-209-1 SESWNE sec. 25, Mrs. L oCulah Gainesvlle 69 --4 F TC .5 1 1 21.5 -13--5 *---D T. 10 S., R. 22 E. nkinent Co. 223-60 T. 10 S., R. 22E, 935-208-2 -d----sec. 31, Kelley---o--------ds------88 30---F-----------------51-6--------73 P 935-208-3d----o--------------do-------------d--------818 30 .... FP----....--------651T-----------73 P 935-208-4-----------------do-------------d------10 30 -F ----------------651--------------------73 P 935-206-5 -d---------------do-------------do-----------F-------------65 T ........---------73 P 935-20-6---d--------------do-------------do------55 32 4 F-----------------651-5 T ...-----------P 935-208-7 -do------do ------d---------d---------do---------72 22 4 F IC 5.97 62 T 4.17 7-25-58 71.4 P T. 10 S., R. 21 3. Jenkins Equipment Co. 22,13 6-23-60

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Caln mHea uring Pont UWatei I. s Well number Locaston Owner Drillar s Remarks iII l A I 1 iU 1? in935,209-2 W~Wk sec. 25, R, C, Brown Ralph Mathews 78 77 2 F TO 0.1 99 T 21 R 9 15!9 *.-. I T, 10 8,, R, 21 E, 935-211*1 HWkmNk sea. 27, Oven-rllinois ............... 117 -4 F T 1,0 116 A 37,17 5. 8359 72 r T, 10 8,, R, 21 8, Clasi Co. 39.46 6-23-60 935-213-1 WkNWk sie. 28, Atlantic Coast ............... 395 ..* 6 F TC .5 80.7 IL 14 4-22-34 .... N Do, Al-15 T. 10 8., R. 21 1, line R1 935-213-2 SkNZk se, 29, H. J. Hogan J. J. Hare 96 -4 F TC 1.0 80 A 13,47 58-59 72 D T. 10 8,, R. 21 I, 935-220-1 McIntosh Grant, F. W. Buchhols Gainesville 124 43 4 F TC .0 72.22 EL 18.57 4-24-58 *-.D T. 10 8., R. 20 Z. Equipment Co. 935-220-2 ...... do.Hum .......do....... 96 83 4 Y L .0 80.12 EL 28 R 1955 .... D U1 0 935-220-3 ---. -do------6. M. Wall ----. do------346 210........ ........ ............ 935-221-1 0. W. James Orant, D. 0. Spinks ..---do-..140 65 4 F T .4 117.16 EL 55.75 57-58 ---T. 10 S., R. 19 E. 935-225-1 WlSEk sec. 29, H. L. Brover J. J. Hare 80 61 4 F TC 1.0 94 A 40.69 58-59 72 8 T. 10 8., R. 19 E. 935-233-1 NWkWk see. 25, U.S. Geologieal U.S. Geological 7 5 14 **TC .0 50.02 EL 4.94 2-10-58 57 0 T. 10 8. R. 17 E, Survey Survey 936-207-1 NEtNkk sec. 29, Ray Waits Oainesville 105 75 4 F TC 1.0 109 A 32.73 9-25-59 -D T. 10 8., R. 22 8. Equipment Co. 33.76 6-23-60 936-212-1 SBS3 see. 21, Marie Grisby .---------.---50 42 2 W TC .5 ...------. 20.82 10-13-59 .... D T. 10 8., R. 21.E. 936-220-1 0, W, James Grant, R..N. Hoae J. J. Hare 92 -.4 F TC 1.2 67.95 EL 14,98 47-58 ---N CF T. 10 8., R. 20 E. 936-220-2 -----. do--...-----. do.----.---do.208 258 6 F TS 1.1 68.48 EL 16.38 4-4-58 ---Ir CF 936-220-3 ------do----Frank Tabor -------do-----90 4 F T .55 75.77 EL 21.25 44-58 74 P

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Caging .Measurint point Water level number Location Owner Driller % 2 .W e Remarks 5 .$ic *_ u B u 04 J S 5 a a a as 936-223-1 NWkNEk see. 22, R. Vogh Libby and 75 54 4 F TC 1.1 79.69 EL 32.94 11-18-57 ..-D '. 10 S., R. 19 E. Freeman 936-236-1 SWkNWk sec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 252 136 8 F TCo 3.7 76.27 EL 28.91 7-29-58 --0 CF, E T. 10 S., R. 17 E. Survey Well Drillers 936-236-2 WkNWhk sec. 22, Ease Mae Hunt David Jones --93 2 F ------------.------........ 73.9 D T. 10 S., R. 17 E. 936-236-3 NWkSEk see. 21, C. J. Boyd John Spivey 365 48 10 F L .0 -------32.33 85-57 75.9 Ir T, 10 S., R. 17 E. 936-236-4 ------do--------. do--Sadler Taylor Co 312 211 10 F L .0 76.93 EL 43.3 R 4-57 .--Ir 937-205-1 SWkSWk sec. 14, W. T. Dickerson, Gaineeville 205 110 8 F TPB 1.0 ---------34.40 62-60 72 Ir T. 10 S., R. 22 E. Jr. Equipment Co. 937-212-1 $BNW sac. 15, Dick Surrency .-.--------. 39 --l W TC .9 --------.. 4.49 4-25-58 ---N T. 10 S., R. 21 E. 937-212-2 ---.. do-----------do----Gainesville 222 162 4 F TC 1.0 91.55 EL 15.33 113-58 71.5 D Equipment Co. 937-212-3 ---.. do-----------do--U.S. Geological 8 5 1 W TC .0 91.5 EL 3.17 12-18-58 67 0 Survey 937-216-1 WkNEk sec. 14, Fred Dugger Gainesville 125 43 4 F L .0 155.93 EL 75 R 7-31-54 --D C T. 10 S., R. 20 ,E Equipment Co. 937-217-1 SE&~Sk sec. 11 Hugh Sinmons ----do-----193 88 4 F L .0 159.07 EL 110 R 7-22-55 -D T. 10 S., R. 20 E. 937-219-1 EtNEk sec. 1, City of Stevens 370 116 16 F L .0 96.97 EL 50 R 12-30-50 -Id CF T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Southern Co. 937-222-1 SWkNEk sec. 14 Hugh Granger Gaineeville 158 90 --F -.--.--.72.71 EL ---------------.. P T. 10 S,, R. 19 E. Equipment Co. 937-222-2 ---.. do-------------do---.--.. ---do--.. ----------..---.--------.. ----..------. P 937-223-1 SWSWk see. 14, J. P. Ahrano .-----. do ---275 203 4 F TS .3 85.18 EL 33.4 58-58 -D CF T. 10 S., R. 19 E.

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Cau ng HM4gurin, point Water level number Location Owner Driller Us RemarI 937-232-1 NWMNWk sec. 17, Harry Dixon Gatneiville 144 90 10 F L 0,0 89,94 EL 48.91 2-21.58 .-. Ir T. 10 S,, R. 18 E, Equipment Co. 938-206-1 1WNWk sec, 10, S. H, Baylor .......do...... 180 84 4 F TC ,5 138 A 51.5 9-12-59 --*D T. 10 8., R, 22 E, 52,03 9-23.59 938.208-1 WkSt sec. 7, J. V. Arnertf .............. 63 --. 4 BA TC .5 123 A 22.85 9-23-59 *.0 T. 10 8., R. 21 8. 26.08 6-23-60 938-211-1 SWkBh sec. 2, C. F, Wilkerson A. L. Nobles 80 63 2 F TC .5 102 T 35 R 2-57 **.. D T, 10 8., R, 21 E. 938-211-2 NHSWk sec. 2, Randall Graves R. .aEthevw 95 84 2 F TC .5 113 T 29.03 10-12-59 --. D T. 10 0., R, 21 8. 938-211-3 WhSWk sec. 2, H. A. Smith E. McGollie 102 84 2 F TC .0 110 T 35 1 1-56s -D lT T. 10 8., R. 21 E. 00 938-211-4 NZkS8k sec. 3, Bill Edwards A. L. Nobles 95 84 4 F TC 2.2 95 T 9.47 10-12-59 ---N T. 10 S., R. 21 1. 938-211-5 NESEk sec. 3 -------do -...... --...do..--115 112 4 F TC .0 95 T 8.27 10-12-59 .--Ir T. 10 8., ,. 21 E. 938-216-1 SWtNSk ec. 11, Florida Fryers Libby and 594 430 6 F TPB .0 .----.... .85.5 11-15-57 -.-. Id T. 10 8., R. 20 8. Freeman 938-217-1 SWNWk sec. 11, Charles O'Neal Acme Drilling 79 50 3 F L .0 138.1 EL 31 R 2-18-48 -.-* P CF T. 10 8., R. 20 E. Co. 938-217-2 SHNWk sec. 11, Guy Saferight Gainesville 224 88 6 F L .0 161,42 EL 115 R 6-11-55 ---P T. 10 8., R. 20 E. Equipment Co, 938-218-1 WhNW see. 9, City of Central Florida 713 153 24 F TC .65 130 T 99.95 11-18-57 75.8 P T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gaineeville Well Drillers 938-219-1 8EtSEk sec. 5, Black Laboratory Libby and --120 6 F --------143.32 EL 99 R ...... 73 Id CF T, 10 8., R. 20 E. Freemmn 938-219-2 WHNBk sec. 8, Atlantic Ice .---...-------. 545.*----F TPB 1.6 139.3 EL 95.0 11-17-34 72 Id T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Co.

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Casng easuring point Water level Well a ? g | number Location Owner Driller .i S .Usea Remarks 44 Au A II i s 1aa a a O M 938-219-3 IWhNEW sec. 8, Atlantic Ice Gray and 243 123 10 F TPB 1.0 142 T 95.8 R 11-17-34 69 Id Al-14 T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Co. Stevens 938-219-4 SW~SWt sec. 4, City of Gray Well and 407 ---18 F ---------140 T -------. ------. P T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville Pump Co. 938-219-5 ------do ----------do-------------------365 -12 F -------140 T -------------P 938-219-6 -----do----------do---Layne-Atlantic 464 173 30 F TB 1.1 142.80 EL 99.64 11-15-57 --P CF 938-219-7 SEtSEk sec. 5, City of ...----.. 421 --18 F TPB 1.62 142.75 EL 106.08 11-18-57 --P T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Gainesville 938-219-8 WkWk see. 9, .---. do----Central Florida 743 152 24 F TPB .7 130 T 95 11-18-57 75 P CF T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Well Drillers 938-219-9 ----do------------do-----do---750 163 24 F T 1.5 131 T 89.73 11-18-57 75 C 938-220-1 SWHSEk sec. 6, Univ. of Florida Libby and 450 128 10 F TPB .0 156.4 EL 112.6 118-57 71.8 Ir CF T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Freeman 938-221-1 SENW see. 7, -------do-----Georgia-Florida 916 290 20 F TPB .0 79.3 EL 32.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF T, 10 S., R. 20 S. Well Drillers 938-221-2 SWNEk sec. 7, -------do------. do -700 188 20 F TPB .3 73.3 EL 25.8 11-11-57 80 Id CF T. 10 S., R. 20 8. 938-221-3 NEkNW sec. 7, -----.. do ----.---.. do-.-909 183 24 F TCb 1.5 75.5 EL 28.66 11-11-37 --Id C, E T. 10 S., R. 20 E. 938-223-1 NEsSEk sec. 3, E. E. Stanley Gainesville 48 35 4 F TC .5 61.14 EL 9.42 56-58 -N CF T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co. 938-223-2 NEkSWk sec. 11, Rocking Chair --------------------TC .0 ---------. 16.8 3-18-58 --P T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Rest Home 938-223-3 ----. do----------do----Acme Drilling Co. 135 121 4 F L .0 71.76 EL 29 R 7-29-55 --P CF 938-234-1 SEASWk sec. 1, L. B. Gravely Gainesville 425 294 10 F -------92.69 EL 62 85-55 78 Ir CF, S T. 10 S., R. 17 E, Equipment Co.

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Cain K meeurtni point water level number Location Owner Drtller us j --I 938*234-2 NESEkk see. 2, E. H, Gravely Gainesville 94 44 4 F TC .3 85.90 EL 55.44 56-58 .... D T, 10 S,, R, 17 E. Equipment Co. 938.235-1 NWkSEk lse. Mrs. Henry Holt .......do.....-. 99 80 3 F L .0 80.62 EL 45 R 72-54 .*D T. 10 S,, R. 17 E. 938-236-1 NWkBk see. 4, City of Spivey 120 20 4 F TC 2 78.86 EL 38.4 4-16-58 --. N T. 10 8., R. 17 E. Newberry 938-236-2 ---.... do .-.... ---.do-.. .--.......do .. .120 80 12 F L .0 77.29 EL 40 R 1-56 74 P 938-236.3 -.....do.---------.do --.. Libby and 250 150 12 F --------.. 76.71 EL ------.....-------N CF, Di Freeman 938-237-1 SWkW sc. 4, ..... do ..... E. A. Durst 118 67 10 F L .0 84 T 41 R ........ 74 P A-5 T. 10 8., R. 17 E. 939-204-1 SklA see. 2. 8eth T. Hiller Pitser 65 2 SA TO .5 120 T 31.23 9-22-59 .--. N T. 10 8., R. 22 1. 939-204-2 -------do .---------do-..... SIm Jordan 68 42 2 SA TC .5 120 T 32 R 6-58 --.. D 939-215-1 SEkNBk sec. 1, W. R. Owens J. J. Hare 87 *.* 4 SA L .0 101.7 EL 55 R 1951 ..-D CF T. 10 8., R. 20 BE 939-216-1 NkSWk sec. 1, R. C. Dean Gaineaville 78 -----SA .--..--.. 123.08 EL ------. -------..-T. 10 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co. 939-217-1 SWkN% iec. 3. R. C. Leary .......do...... 194 134 4 F L .0 145.69 EL 100 R 1955 --D CF T. 10 8., R. 20 E8 939-217-2 SEkSWk see. 34, Alachua Count J. J. Hare 115 65 4 SA TC 1.3 ---------8.60 78-58 -.-. P T. 9S., R. 20 E. Board of ublic Instruction 939-217-3 SWkNEk sec. 3, S. M. Feagle Gaineaville 65 38 4 SA L .0 .---..--.. 5 R 27-58 ---D T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co. 939-219-1 SEkSWk sec. 33, Dr. W. Lassiter .------do.... 232 194 4 F L .0 184.04 EL 32 R 3-12-58 ---D CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 939-219-2 SWkHEB see. 32, Gainesville Ice Cray Well and 335 120 8 F TPB 2.5 183.0 EL 144 R 95-34 73 Id CF, Al-12 T. 9 S., R. 20 E. & Cold Storage Pump Co. Co.

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Casing Measuring point Water level Well U a number Location Owner Driller a £Ue U Remarks A u 3 a i 5 sIa j a e __1 -A ij 0 MEA |4 A I 939-219-3 SEkSEk sec. 32 Secters Super Gainesville 244 93 6 F L 0.0 177.96 EL 135 R 41-55 ---N OF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Market Equipment Co. 939-220-1 NEkSek sec. 31, R. Tassinari -----. do----65 ---4 SA TC 1.0 -------11.17 5-12-58 --D T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 939-220-2 ---.. do------do----------do----236 147 6 F L .0 183.75 EL 135.54 5-12-58 --N 939-221-i' NEZNEt sec. 1, R. L. Black, Jr. ----do---155 45 4 L .0 126.51 EL 83 R 127-54 ---r CF T. 10 S., R. 19 E. 939-221-2 NWNW sec. 6, Mrs. Fanida Libby and 247 92 6 F TO 1.1 147.2 EL 101.04 44-58 --N OF T, 10 8., R. 20 E. Baker Freeman 939-221-3 NWtSWk sec. 6, Univ. of Florida Central Florida 387 77 6 F TO .0 132.05 EL 83 R 2-22-52 76 D CF T, 10 S,, R. 20 ,. Well Drillers -. 939-2231 NWkNEk sec. 3, Louie G. Jones J. J. Hare 100 4 F ------93.49 EL ----------D CF T. 10 S., R. 19 E. 939-223-2 NBkSWk sec. 2, J. M Byrd Gainesville 135 126 4 F TC .55 63.5 EL 16.0 55-58 --D T. 10 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co. 939-223-3 -----. do---F. W. Kronmiller-------do----65 40 4 F T .5 66.64 15.95 5 5-58 --D 939-225-1 WHEki sec. 5, R. K. Buckley -----do----162 --6 F TC .0 138.29 BL 91.13 58-58 .-N T. 10 S., R. 19 E. 939-226-1 SEISEk sec. 31, -----do--------.. do--150 45 4 F L .0 156.76 EL 110 R 11-12-54 ---S T. 9 S., R. 19 E. 939-226-2 NWNE ac. 6, ..--do------------do---165 55 2 F L .0 159.38 EL 112 R 9-24-54 ---CF T. 9 S., R. 19 E. 939-227-1 NWkNE sec. 1, G. W. Fletcher, -----do----83 35 4 F L .0 95.91 EL 47 R 7-20-55 --D T. 10 S., R. 18 E. Jr. 939-227-2 SWSEk seea 36, Mrs. G. W. ---...do--159 4 F ----------..----.. ----------D T. 9 S., R. 18 E. Fletcher 939-230-1 NEkNE sec. 4, J. S. Jones, Jr. ------------55 -. 2 F TC 3.0 91.67 EL 50.59 2-14-58 --N T. 10 8., R. 10 E.

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Cas Ing M.weuring o2n ..L WCit levol T. 10 5., 6, 17 1. Survey 939-236-1 NWkNlA seec. 4, AtlantIc Coast ............... 75 75 8 F TC -27.6 55.9 EL 11.0 4-25-34 .... N Ds, A1-6 Wall 10 I., 6. 17 1. lte Ralroad 940n205-1 HmNr see. 34 rederk Ahrano Gray Well and 300 r r8 ..... 150 T -..... Zr T. 9 S., R. 22 1. ump Co. 940-23052 NWkn k see. 34 rkr -rother .S A .bert G. iller 220 88 8 P TC .0 160 72.79 5-27-60 .... Zr T. 1 S., I. 17 .urvy 940-206-1 SWkW sec. 33, Atla. eChorat -...............775 75 F TC .0 16 3.3 EL 11. 117-34 -... N A-22 T. 1 S., R. 22 E. l R road 940-211-1 NW~Sk ee. 326, John r .Pdon John .yW and 30055 55 ISA T .0105 T .20 ..11-...... ... Ir T. 9 S., R. 22 .p Co. 940-205-2 NASIA se. 34 ....... do.--... Albert H. Mller 220 88 8 t TC .0 140 A 72.79 5-27-60 .... Ir 940-211-2 SWkWlWk eec. 263. R .Neshor G..ane.ev. e 189 12 4 F TC 1.0 100 T 271.5 R 10-17-32 N Al-2 T. 9 S., R. 21 .Equipment Co. 940-214-1 WiSWk see. 32, Thohn RPon hn38 R. Po 55 5 t SA TI .0 105 T--6.20 5-15 -58 ..-N T. 9 S., R. 21 E. 940-214-2 SW~Wk sec. 32, Mrs. uNsler Cainesville 70 112 4 A T .0 1752 T 27 R 10-11-54 --**CF T. 9 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co, 940-214-1 NWkNWk sec. 32, Thonpson ............... 38 -.... ts SA TT 1.1 .-...--... 6.24 5-15-58 ---N T. 9 S., R. 21 E. 940-214-2 SVWkNk eec. 32, RT. Cullppper Acine vill 70 46 4 SA L .0 75.2 EL 7 R10.2 12-11-54 D CF T. 9 S., R. 21 E. EquipCo. nt Co. 940-217-1 SW~lH eec., 34 Florida Farm Duval Drilling 368 205 10 F TC .5 170.3 EL 117 R 10-51 72 P CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Colony Co. 940-217-2 --. do---------do.....d -o -----10 F .--.---... 170 TEL -------...---... 72.5 Pump Co. 940-218-1 SNWk seec. 34, R. T, Culpepper Acme Drilling 130 73 4 SA TC .4 172.3 EL 10.24 3-26-58 73 P C? T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Co. 940-218-2 VSWIo sec. 34, Orange State Oil GaineivLlle 360 ----4 F TC .5 175.1 EL 128.58 2-25-53 ---N Ct T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Co. Equipment Co. 940-218-3 -d-do-------------d---------..-..d----200-3 F ---------175.1 EL -------------------N 940-218-4 SWkNEk sec. 23, S. M. Wall ....... d---185 180 4 F L .0 170.58 SE 130 It 10-30-54 ---D CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E.

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Casing Measuring point Water Level Well s j S 1u 5 00T a number Location Owner Driller Ue Remarks as a $0 ,a s a.to o .o S0 MC 4O 5%0 M 4 4.0 5 940-218-5 SEtSEk see. 28, Moose Lodge J. J. Hare 180 ----4 F TC 0.8 173.66 EL 12.45 3-13-58 ---N Ds, CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 124.28 4-29-58 940-218-6 NEHW sec. 33, Oscar Servin Gainesville 60 43 4 SA TC .2 183.31 EL 6.1 5-14-58 73 D T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co. 940-219-1 NEkSE. sec. 29, Florida Chemical -------do---199 105 4 F L .0 177.15 EL 85 R 8-27-54 ---Id CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Industries 940-219-2 SWSWk sec. 28, Cabot Carbon Co, Gray Well and 442 442 8 F TPB .5 173 T 127 R 1932 73.5 Id Al-11 T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Pump Co. 940-219-3 SEkSEk sec. 29, Koppers Co. R. M. Perry 390 245 10 F TPB 1.0 175 T 130 R -.---73 Id Al-10 T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 940-219-4 ---. --d------------do-----------------66 -2 SA TC 2.08 ---------50.07 4-11-58 ---N 940-220-1 NEkSWk sec. 29, Suburbia Acma Drilling 68 59 4 SA L .0 187.73 EL 15 R 9-18-51 .CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Theatres Inc. Co. 940-220-2 NWSWH sec. 29, ----.---do ---------do----. 60 48 4 SA TC .7 181.45 EL 10.14 3-26-58 --P CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. 940-221-1 NEFSEk sec. 25, Antis Properties Gainesville 330 175 6 F TC 1 170 T 124.37 7-28-58 72.4 P T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Equipment Co. 940-221-2 ------do-----------do----------d.... 314 167 6 F TC .5 170 T 124.21 7-28-58 73.6 P 940-224-1 NEkNWk sec. 33, Pierre Bejano -..--do--172 ----4 F L .0 105.33 EL 57.98 57-58 -D T. 9 S., R. 19 E. 940-228-1 SWkNEk sec. 35, Sam Wahl's --------------50 -----F TSR -36.0 47.50 EL 1.55 8-13-58 ----RQ T. 9 S., R. 18 E. ConstructLon Co. 941-205-1 NE1SW sec. 22, Frank Starke Sam Jordan 78 ----2 SA TC .0 135 T 15 R 9-58 ---D T. 9 S., R. 22 E. 941-207-1 SENW. sec. 20, Joseph C. Oberry Ernest McGollie 149 111 2 F ---------140 T ----.--. ------. ---. D T. 9 S., R. 22 E. 941-210-1 SWkSE seec. 23, Albort Pons Albert Pons 65 65 1k W TC 3 5 --------10 R 11. -47 --D T. 9 S., R, 21 E.

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Car ing HI urin point Water leval T. 9 8,, R. 21 R. Co. 941-211-2 W k sec. 26 .D. Townsend W. Tnsend 35 35 I TD 1.80 90 T +3.55 9-2259 70.2 D T. 9 S., A. 21 ., 941-212-1 WNWWk see. 27, Coastal Cray Well sand 450 447 10 1 .... ....... .......... ........ ........ .... OT T. 9 S., A. 21 Z. Patroltum Co. Fup Co. 941-212-2 ....... do ....... ....... do .......-...... do. .662 400 12 F .. ........U. OT 941-212-3 ....... do ....... ... ...-do ------....... do ...... 75 10 F TC .8 80.5 EL 7 11-15-57 .... OT 941-216-1 SXkWfk sec. 23, City of Central Florlda 447 127 ... F TC 1.35 144.35 EL 83.30 11-21-57 .... 0 Cy b 9 ., R. 20 E. Ga svlle ell Drillers 941.-220-1 S.kW sec. 29, Harold Collnn Acm Drilling 195 121 4 LC 0.6 75.16 L 1247 6-10-8 *.N CF, W T. 9 S., R. 20 Z. Co. 941-22011-2 SWIE sec. 19, .rancD Jowhnsond .ain illnd 375 35 4 S TC 1.80 901 +3.7 9-22-589 -70 D T. 9 S., R, 20 E. lquipaent Co. 941-222-1 S~kSFk see. 23, 0. S. Briggs J. J. Hare 163 110 4 P .... ....... .......... 125 R ........ .... D Cp T. 9 S., 1. 21 t. 941-212-2 NWkHM sec. 26, J. Johnstonel Ga lle d 450 1 7 10 1F TC ....0 17.46 EL 11........ ...09 1 8 72.1 T. 9 S., R, 19 E. qtrolum Co. p Co. 941-22.2 -d ---------.......do-.......do-..--662 400 12 *---------------------..--.-----.-----0 941-224-1 S -kS-k sec. 22, .S. Ford ------.do---175 -10 4 F .8 80.559 L 71 113-21557 -OT 941-216-1 SWHYi eec. 23, City of Central hlorida 447 127 .... f TC 1.35 144.35 EL 83.30 11-21-57 .-. MCT T. 9 S., R. 19 E. in il W Dillr 941-220-1 NSktMk sec. 26, rs. old. Colln. Acdollin 1952 11 4 F LT .0 175.16 EL 121 1 2-30-58 *---, i T. 9 S., R. 20. letcher 941-220-2 SStkSk see. 23, rnc JoClea ony U.S. Geolvill 75 65 4 A TC .5 167.41 L 18.7 72-58 --5 0 T. 9 S., R. 20 .Surveyip Co 941-222-1 SVBksk sec. 23, 0. W.lquist Noble 163 110 4 A T------------. 12 R 3-56. -D WP T. 9 S., R. 192 941-222-2 Mlt sec. 26, J, Johnstona Gainev~lle 180 105 4 1 TO .0 167.46 EL 121.09 10-22-58 72.1 0 T. 9 S., R. 19 3. Equiwaent Co. 941-224-1 SIISiV eec. 22, 3. S. Ford ---do-170 99 4 F L .0 155.19 EL 125 1 3-21-55 -D T. 9 3., R. 19 E. 941-229-1 V1sMWk sec. 26, Hr.. 0, W. ----,do-264 93 8 1 TC .33 192.2 EL 147.03 4-23-58 --Ir T. 9 S., R. 18 E. Fletcher 941-234-1 3EtSELg sec. 23, Hr.. Olacry U.S. Geological 7 5 1H F TC -45 .... .78 1-28-58 55 0 EQ T. 9 S., R. 17 3. Survey 942-203-1 32c3. sec. 13 H. Walqulit Noble 111 105 4 SA TC .5 ---------49.07 3-15-56 ---D IP T. 9 3., R. 22 E. \

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Casing Measuring point Water level Well c .0 1 a is o?,, number Location Owner Driller u Remarks as &a 55 el 810 g g 942-203-2 kWmSWt sec. 13 J. J. Seykora, .....-------------17 4 TC 0.3 ---------3.27 7-24-59 --*N T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Jr. 942-203-3 -------do---------do-------------------10l. W TC 2.8 ---------4.93 7-24-59 ---H 942-203-4 NHESE) sec. 13, Mrs. Harry Brewer 365 --4 F L .0 -------56 R 7-28-59 --H WP T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Jackson 942-203-5 SEStEk sec. 13, II. C. Segur H. L. Ownbay 136 *.-2 F TC .5 --------56.27 7-29-59 ---D, Ir T. 9 S., R. 22 F, 942-203-6 ------do ---J. 0. Dann --.do----154 110 2 F L .0 140 T 67 R 23-56 ---D, Ir 942-206-1 NHNW; sec. 16, Carl Zillman Sain Jordan 60 60 3 SA TC .0 170 T 15 R 1956 --D 0s T. 9 S., R. 22 E. 942-207-1 SEkNEk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 24 24 l W TC 2.4 152 T 16.67 3-21-59 -0 CF T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 942-210-1 SEkSWk sec. 13, Pearl Adcock Sam Jordan 82 --2 SA ---------120 T ------------------D T. 9 S., R. 21 E. 942-216-1 NEkHN sec. 23, City of Layne-Atlantic 447 175 10 r IC .0 153.20 EL 90.93 12-16-58 ---N CF T. 9 S., R. 19 B. Gatneaville Co. 942-216-2 HWAS seec 13, Sperry Rand Central Florida 350 160 12 F TPB 2.7 150 T 90.04 7-31-58 73 Id T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Corp. Well Drillers 942-216-3 ------do-------------do--.-------------. 522 153 20 F TPB 1.0 153.05 EL 91.10 7-30-58 ---F 942-221-1 NWHk sec. 18, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 t W TC 2.0 ........-2.95 42-59 70.2 0 T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Survey Survey 942-227-1 NEH Wk sec. 19, E. H. Boville, Libby and 330 97 11 F L .0 .---------125 R 8-29-55 ---r CF T. 9 S., R. 19 E. Jr. Freeman 943-204-1 S&~SW k sec. 11, G. S. Price Sam Jordan 160 ---2 F L .0 .------.. .70 R ---------D, I T. 9 S., R. 22 E.

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CAin Maitlring point aIteg level nutber Location Ower DrLTrUse Remat r i a !I a U heath. _________________________ It A a __ aA g___ 943.207-1 n6SWk sec. 8, I. 3. Brovn kam Drilling 110 95 4 F L 0.0 171,0 EL 81 R 7-0.-4 72.5 0, S, Cl T. 9 5., ,. 22 E. Co. Id 943-208-L NIftSYk ee. 7, .J. Simaons Sew Jordan 79 70 2 SA TC .5 .......... 52 1949 *... D T. 9 S., R. 22 E. 943-215-1 ItkSlE sc. 12, U.S. Geoloical U.S. Geologilcl 18 15 It V TC 3.5 .......... 4.19 475-6969 0 T. 9 1., I. 20 e. Survey Survey 943-215-2 Sint sec. 12, C, V. NHir Gainesville 270 195 4 F L .0 165.51 RL 97 R 6-26-54 *--D T. 9 S., 1. 20 Z. Equipment Co. 943-221-1 MNkStk see. 7, Owen-IZLinol -......do-..... 230 121 4 F L .0 190.94 EL 142 R 7-14-54 ..D CF T. 9 S., R. 20 E. Glass Co. 943-231-1 SItWH sac. 7, T. E. Cleary ----......... -207 103 8 F TPB .55 .......... 53.14 62-58 -*-Zr T. 9 S., R. 18 E. 944-205-1 SES3Ek se. 33, R.L.S. Shipman ------------58 *---k SA TC 2.0 130 T 10 R 9-55 .... P T. 8 S., 1. 22 E. 944-206-1 Skf3SBk see. 33, V. Akers .------.60 40 3 SA TC 2.0 182 T 50 R 1954 --D T. 8 S., R. 22 944-219-1 INkSIk sec. 31, Owen-Illinois Libby and 802 -.-16 r --.----.176.9 EL ........ -......... -O CP, DV T. 8 S., R. 20 E. Glass Co. Freeman 944-222-1 Svt8Eg sec. 2, A. C. Fabrick Gainesville 165 100 4 F L .0 188.75 EL 133 5 7-15-55 .... D T. 9 8., R. 19 E. Equipment Co. 945-205-1 SWkSk seec. 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 k1 V TC .0 144.0 EL 4.76 6-27-58 68.8 0 C? T. 8 S., R. 22 I. Survey Conservation Service 945-212-1 MitSIk sec. 33, Univ. of Florida Central Florida 448 195 6 F L .0 155.64 EL 73 R 11-55 74.5 Ir T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Well Drillers 945-237-1 WlMH sec. 32, Bda HMining Co. ---.---------..50 ------. F 1SR -36.2 37.80 EL 3.09 8-12-58 .---.. IQ T. 8 S., R. 17 E. 946-206-1 SWbtS c see. 21, Rod Recse Gainesville 152 141 4 F TC 1.2 172.42 EL 87.6 63-58 --D, S C T. 8 S., R. 22 Z. Equipment Co.

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Casing Measuring point Water Level Well II8 a a |s0 I I aa T. s8 S., R. 22 n9 be0-r Location wner Driller 0 SA L .0 150 T 20 R Remar.. ..ks D T. 8 S, R. 21 E.1 T. 8 S., R. 20 E. Equipment Co. 946-208-1 SWNig sec. 1 30 .Jhn G. Pitz Sam Jordan 21 ----0 2 F IT .0 --------60 9 --------D, r T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 946-210-1 SEkSEk sec. 23, Herman use ell --. -------63 60 Ik SA L .0 150 T 20 R 0-2--------D T. 8 S., R. 21 E. 946-226-1 HNSWik sac. 2, U.S. GeealoEleir U.S. Geological 14 15 tF V TC .2.0 ---------5.75 47-59 70 0 T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Survey Survey 946-218-1 SEESk sec. 21, Wilar. Thoms Gainosville 142 24 V TC 4.0 1. ....... 7.58 5-1-538 ---, T. 8 S., R. 20 ,. Equipment Co. 947-218-2 SWkSNk sec. 21, --y o-.do----Drndo140 98 4 F iC .0 154.08 EL 88.79 5-15-5 ---D % T. 8 S., R. 20 E. 946-226-1 HEkSWk sea. 20, H. House ....--.... 17 17 4 W TC .9 156.57 EL 7.60 10-29-57 ---0D T. 7 S., R. 19 S. 946-226-2 HWkSEk sec. 20, General Electric M. Gray Co. 427 87 12 F TC 2.44 152.47 EL 113.92 11-19-57 --H CP, T. 7 S., R. 19 E. Co. 946-228-1 SESWk see. 23, R. H. Cato Tide Water 142 ----8 F TC 3.00 103.60 EL 64.86 57-58 ---CF, E T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Assoc. Oil Co. 947-210-1 SWkSEk sec. 14, City of Waldo Acme Drilling 255 175 6 F L .0 157.12 EL 80.9 63-61 ---C T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Co 947-210-2 .E.k sec.d 23, A.. .HMartin Gainesville 60 43 3 SA TC .3 154.48 EL 9.18 4-16-58 ---C T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Equipment Co. 947-210-3 HWtNEk see. 23, City of Waldo ---------------6 6 2 W TT 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 --N T. 8 S., R. 21 E. 947-210-4 ----d---------------d--------------------3 3 1I W TCo 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 ---. H 947-210-3 .... do.......----..---do-.. --------------5 5 1 W TB 1.0 157 T Dry 5-14-58 ---. N 947-210-6 NEkNBS sec. 23, City Products Gray Well and 39 --3 W TPB .65 155 T 9.04 4-13-58 ---* N Al-9 T. 8 S., R. 21 E. Corp. Pump Co.

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Caing Msrwtp polar VWter level 1 number Location Owner BDrtHer Use Remarks T, 8 S., R. 21 1. 947-225-1 IWkSZk se., 17, S. B. Cullen J. J. Hare 134' 65 4 F **.* ****** 145,05 O L ...-.*-........ .. D C T. 6 S., R. 19 e. 947-229-1 sEksek sec. 15, Town of Alachul J. B. McCreary 378 ** 8 F TCb 1.0 76 T 36 R ........ 73,5 P A1-3 T. 8 S., R. 18 E. 947-229-2 SkLWk see. 14, .......do-GCrayi Well and 363 100 10 F L .0 .......... 34 .1949 74.0 f T. 8 S., 1. 18 E. Pump Co. 947-229-3 SWk ee. 14, Copeland Sausage --............... .....-.... -... ....... --.......... ........ ........ .... Id T. 8 8., A. 18 B. Co. 947-229-4 ----.. do ....... ......do..... Albert H, Mille 260 214 12 TC 1.2 85 T 43.93 126-57 Id 00 948-210-1 SGu r see. 11, B. C. Riley J. W. Coleman 116 --4 SA IT 2 156 T 5.5 4-19-34 -N Wf, Al-8 T. 8 8., R. 21 E. 945-223-1 SWVkNhk se. 11, Mrs. Maxey C. L. Arter 400 ---8 -...... 116 T .....-.. .......-I T. 8 S., R. 19 E. Chesser 948-229-1 SWktk sec. 11, U.8. Geological U.S. Geological 13 10 It V TC 2.0 .......... 6.75 4-20-59 -0 T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Survey Survey 948-231-1 NWkSVk se. 9, Alechus County Acme Drilliti 238 --F -......--.92.47 EL -.-----. ---.--CF T. 8 S., R. 18 E. Board of Public Co. Instruction 948-231-2 MWH k se. 99, A. P. Spencer J. Wilhblt 129 109 4 F L .0 98.71 EL 63.6 1-20-58 --S Ci T. 8 S., R. 17 E. 949-208-1 SMHtk sec. 6, 0. B. Hicks. Jr. Irnest McGolle 67 40 2 A L .0 ------... 12 R 3-58 --D, 8, T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Ir 949-211-1 I3HWk seD .3, Mrs. Annie Ward -..-...-.-0 --2 --------------. -----------, IT. 8 S., R. 21 E. 949-214-1 hSB~k see. 6, Mr. Elizabeth ----.....---18 -30 L .0 ......... 3.5 122-59 --D, T. 8 S., R. 21 B. Brown '***.

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949,219-1 see. 5, F. S. Lagassee U.S. Soil -*------( ..(. ----------U--A Cading uri"R ooint Water level 5 T. 8 S., R. 20 E. Conservation Service 949-225-1 WkSEc sec. 33, Henry ReataI Penrod Drilling 3,219 1,673 16 ---------157.6 EL ------------E T. 7 S., R. 19 e. Co. 949-235-1 VNIfIE sec. 3, City of High --------------75 -6 F TDC -2.0 64.70 EL 30,47 10-24-57 --Dr T. 8 8., R. 17 E. Springs 949-235-2 SFlk sec. 3, -.------do -----------..-----.-300 250 ---F TPB 1.0 ---------38.34 6-30-60 72 P T. 8 S., R. 17 E. 949-235-3 ------do --------do---Stevons-Southern 243 238 12 F TC 2.0 ---------37 R 6-30-60 72 P CF Co. 949-236-1 SEZSWfk ec. 34, Atlantic Coast -----------250 90 8 TC 25 43.10 EL 9.73 2-14-58 74 RR A1-1 T. 7 S., R. 17 E. Line Railroad 949-236-2 NEltNW sec. 34, Atlantic Ice Co. -------------300 --10 TC 1.0 74 T 42.5 R 7-16-57 ---Id T. 7 S., R. 17 E. 949-239-1 SWkSWk sec. 6, U.S. Corps of U.S. Corps of 81 -------F L .0 32.7 EL 25.3 R 62-32 ---A T. 8 S., R. 17 B. Engineers Engineers 950-210-1 SWASEk sec. 35, Jack Eddy Sam Jordan 65 .--* 2 SA ---....... .......... ..... -------, D, Ir T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 950-213-2 HENkS& sec. 31, W. H. Eddy -------do --------2 ---------------------------------D, S, T. 7 S., R. 21 E. Ir 950-220-1 NtSWk sec. 30, Greater Bell -------------18 15 It W TCo 2.0 ---------3.22 2-12-59 66 P T. 7 S., R. 20 E. Methodist Church 950-224-1 WISWtV sec. 27, R. 0. Cellon Gray Well and 223 204 10 F L .0 143.46 EL 99 R 38-40 ---Id CF T. 7 S., R. 19 E. Pump Co. 950-229-1 0. Atkinson Land J. S. Wershow U.S. Soil .----------W -----*--. .--"-. ..--" ..-""--. -A Grant, T. 7 S., Conservation R. 18 S. Service 950-235-1 SEBSEk sec. 34, Mrs. Pearl ..-------...... 148 ---2 F TC .5 67.32 EL 32.18 3-12-58 -** N T. 7 S., R. 17 E. Carravay

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Caia, 1.1 HK4jrln pInt a_ Wltrt level .,rber Location .ner Drller 0 : Use Rea s 950-236-1 NH~kSWk eec, 34, T. l. Barber J. J. Hare 70 .... 4 TC 0.3 .......... 39 R 1954 *. Ir T. 7 S., R. 17 E, 950-216-2 .......do ....... Nvell Acam Drilling a8 58 F TC .6 67.14 EL 33,55 81.57 .... N Co. 32.10 43-59 950-236-3 N1kSEk sec. 23, J. H. WVtirrs J. Sathlas 72 ..*** 2 F TC 1.2 .......... 26 t ........ .... D T. 7 S., R. 17 I. 951-224-1 NWjWk sec 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 18 IS 1 V TC 2.0 .......... 2.87 42-59 69 0 T. 7 S., R. 19 E, Survey Survey 951-224-2 .......do....... Florida Forest Acme Drilling 175 144 4 F TC .13 136.68 EL 91.76 3-11-58 *-D CF Service Co. 951-225-1 SLkSSEk ee. 20, Lacy Doak Libby and 350 119 10 F L .0 149.8 EL 100 R 2-55 .--. Ir CF T. 7 S., R. 20 ,. Freeman 951-234-1 SVWkNk sac. 25, Florida State .......---.............2 F TC -40 33.57 EL +.23 2-14-58 69.5 0 8 T. 7 S., R. 17 E, Road Department 951-235-1 NZHEkS sec. 27, Seventh-Day J. Wilbolt 225 43 4 F TC .5 .......... 14.64 6-27-57 75 D T. 7 S., R. 17 E, Adventist Church 951-235-2 -----..do-.----------do...... ------.do.----235 42 6 F TC 12 ----------.. 14.70 6-26-57 72 P 19.81 43-.58 952-232-1 Land Grant, B. D. Traxler J. J. Hare 171 ---4 F --------159.91 EL ------........ --.... D T. 7 S., R. 18 E. 953-228-1 SEkWk sec. 13, Joe Imley Libby and 230 ---8 F L .0 172.75 EL 132 R 7-55 71.5 Ir CF T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Freeman 953-228-2 lNSWk sec. 11, Santa Fe River Acne Drilling *.---.-8 F(? TPB .5 .......... 128 125-57 ---Ir T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co. 953-231-1 SVkSc sec. 8, V. T. Olligood J. Wilhoit 171 78 4 F TC .4 ..---........ 126 125-57 --D CF T. 7 S., R. 18 E. 954-227-1 SEkSEk sec. 1, J. L. Dupree Acne DLilling 165 ----4 F L .0 15.98 E 120 R ........-.... Id CF T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Co.

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Casing Heasurinu point Water level 0 S S., .Ranch Co. nub-2-r Location Osner Dr ller 4 F T 5 1516 El 1210 12 5-57 .D slQ 0 dlI T. 6 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co. 955-228-2 NEkSWk sec. 35, ....... do .... ----...do.---.. 156 ---.. 4 F .... ......5 1..6...... 112 R 12-5--57 12 Dr T. 6 S., R. 18 E. T. C 0. R. 5 E a Co. E ee 'a 955-228-3 SESW sec. 36, --Santa River Acme Drilling156 --4 F ---.-----. ----------112 R -------D T. 7 S., R. 18 E. Ranch Co. 954-230-1 SEkSWk sec. 3, Shelton Swilley -------do-----162 ----4 F C .5 151.6 El 121,0 12 557 ---D T. 6 S., R. 18 E. 955-228-1 SEkSWk sec. 36, Santa Fe River Acme Drilling 110 a F -------------------------60 R-.--------------S 955-228-2 NSW sedoe.--35 -------do------------d-----156--4 F ---------------10812 R -------72 Ir T. 6 S., R. 18 E. 955-228-3 WSW sec. 36,....... do --------------------166 1----4 F .... ....... .........110 1955 ---D T. 6 S., R. 18 E. 2 955-228-4 -------do------.-------do-----------------------145 ----4 F--------------------------108 R .--------.-----D Bradford County 944-203-1 SENWk sec. 1, B. M. Barnhill H. L. Ovnbey 160 134 2 F L 0.0 ---------62 R 3-55 --D, T. 9 S., R. 22 E. Ir 945-203-1 SWkSEsec. 25, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 kI W TC 3.0 128.48 EL 12.70 6-25-58 ---0 CF T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 945-203-2 SEkNWk sec. 36, ----... do--------27 25 k1 W TC 1.0 143.63 EL 16.50 6-25-58 ---O CF T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 945-203-3 SEtkNH sec. 35, -------do .---.---.---do-----52 50 14 W TC 1.80 155.42 EL 25.46 6-27-58 --0 CF T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 945-203-4 -------do---------do-------------do-----32 30 kI W TC .0 153.55 EL 23.49 6-23-58 ---0 CF 945-203-5 SEkNWN sec. 36, Covenant PresbyH. L. Ownbey 186 141 2 F L .0 ---------. 62.07 3-30-60 ---P T. 8 S., R. 22 E, terian Church 945-204-1 NSE3WL; sec. 35, Hickey Gaunt R. Kathews 83 ----2 SA TC .64 .--------12.19 85-59 --N T. 8 S., R. 22 E.

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Co ng Haaaurin apoeint Watr level nubr Location Owner Driller Us. Rerk. 945-204-2 WkNEk ee. 35, L. L, Thompson ............... 23 ..... k U TC 1.90 .......... 10.98 1027-59 ***.. N T. S S., R. 22 E. 945-204-3 nkWk sec. 35, Jack Hiller Jack Hiller 30 **. 2 W TCo 1.80 .--.*** 2.44 10-26-59 ***. H T. 8 S., .22 E. 945-204-4' NkNk sec. 34, ............... ................ 85 52 2 SA TC .4 .......... 19.61 10-26-59 ** N T. 8 ., R. 22 .19.43 10-27-59 945-204-5 SZEISFZ sec. 27, C. D. Glover Dan Eubanks 98 64 2 SA TC .3 147 T 20 R 10-29-59 ... D, Ir T. 8 ., ,. 22 E. 945-205-2 W IkNe sec. 34, Leo Hill H. L. Ovnbey 154 147 2 F L .0 144 T 59 7-31-59 --D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 945-205-3 SWjSE sec. 27, Loren 0. Martin ...... do .84 -2 SA L .0 -----12 R 5-22-53 *.. D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 I. 945-205-4 .------do---. -............... -------... --....6 ---2 t TC .8 --...-5.90 10-26-59 ---N 945-205-5 NV k sec. 34, ............... ............... 26 26 2 IC 1.80 145 T 13.9 10-29-59 ---H WP T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 946.202-5 NFEtkt sec. 25, Dr. D. H. L. Ownbey 46 42 2 W L .0 115 T 16 R 6-11-56 ---D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Christoffers 946-202-6 HEkSFc sec. 24, Keystone Club Gray Well and 400 250 10 F TC 1.2 157.91 EL 69.41 7-27-59 ---P T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Estates Pump Co. 946-202-7 SEPtN sec. 25, Key Sargent ---.---do--.--160 154 2 F L .0 115 T 30 R 73-57 ---D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 946-204-1 SfckSZ sc. 22, W. H. Rees Roy Jordan 94 84 2 SA TC 1.5 --........ 24 R 10-29-59 ---D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 947-202-4 SSZSk sec. 13, --......... ....---.......... 71 -2 SA TT .8 145 T 54.31 10-27-58 ---N T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 947-202-7 d------do.-----------------------------31 -2 W TC .7 153 A 29.65 10-23-59 ---N

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Casing Measuring point ater level 0 900 a. .OC A t Well u A2 Cu number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks 97-203-1 SSW se. 13, T.E. Garner H.L. Ownbe 186 F L 0.0 150 T 8-27-58 D, Rarks .8 S., .22 E me n 5 1 a a p 947-203-1 StSW; sec. 13, T. E. Garner H. L. Ovwnbey 186 161 2 F L 0.0 150 T 74 R 8-27-58 ---D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 947-203-2 SqWk sec. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 25 ----4 W TC 3.4 125 T 11,44 10-27-59 ---N T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 947-203-3 ------do-----Dr. Bollinger ..-----------.. 29 -I W TC .8 125 T 14.45 10-27-59 ---N 947-203-4 NWSWk l see. 13, J. A. Walker ---------......------. 21 2 TC 6.0 ---------22.03 10-28-59 ---N T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 948-203-1 N~hb; sec. 13, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 40 38 It W TC 1.6 131 T 28.7 47-59 --0 CF T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 948-203-2 MlWk sec. 13, T. M. Huffman H. L. Ownbey 173 167 2 F L .0 119 T 37 R 5-31-56 ---D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 948-203-3 IttWlB see. 13, Johnny Cohagen --------------28 .---2 l W TC 1.8 135 T 24.08 10-28-59 --N T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 948-203-4 ------do ..--William Lewis H. L. Ownbey 126 106 2 SA L .0 .-------. .40 R 3-59 ---D 948-203-5 S8OSWk sec. 12, Salvation Army --------------57 57 2 W TF .8 130 T 19.55 114-59 .--N T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 948-203-6 NWkiW sec. 12, Alfred Underwood --------------14 -2 W TR .8 145 T 7,45 114-59 --N T. 8 S., R. 22 B. 948-203-7 SENWt see. 13, Robert Dodd Robert Dodd 52 --3 W TC 7.9 135 T 26.14 10-27-59 ---T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 949-203-1 WINWk see. 12, Irvin Triest H. L. Ownbey 174 152 2 SA L .0 --------.83 R ---------. D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 22 E. 949-204-1. WkSEk sec. 2, Clyde Horsey Sam Jordan 128 100 2 SA L .0 --------76 R 8-55 ---D, T. 8 S., R. 22 E. Ir, S 950-203-1 SB1c: see. 35, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 28 26 1I W TC 1.8 173 T 5.80 46-59 --0 C T, 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 950-203-2 -----do------D. L. Raey D. L. Raley 18 ---. l1e W L .0 .--..--.10 R 12-24-59 ---, fr

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amber Loeation owner Drlllir Use 0m ,r 950-204-1 SWU3Sk sec. 35, J A. Gnann Saj Jordan 74 54 2 IA L 0.0 160 T 21 ........ D, Ir T. 7 S., 1. 22 S. 950-213-1 W~MFHk sec. 32, U.S. Geological Albert H. Miller 207 172 4 F T1 2,00 142 A 70.15 77-59 *-* 0 CY, 8 T, 7 5., .21 3, Survey 951-206-1 SVkW *c. 28, .0. Simons ..---.............64 ..... 2 SA TY 1.0 160 T 40 R 3-59 .. D 0 T. 7 S., R. 22 I. 951-206-2 WlSWk see. 28, A. H. Ferry J. McQuery 70 40 2 SA TC 1.0 160 T 18 3 1954 -D T. 7 S., R. 22 I. 951-208-1 WhVEk sec. 30, Georgia Southern V. 1. McGraw 228 105 6 F TC .5 145 T 69.32 5.19-59 --C1 T. 7 S., R. 22 I. and Florida Ratlroad Co. 951-209-1 SFltWk sec. 25, J. J. Brannn Sam Jordan 70 50 2 SA L .0 .---18 R 1956 -D. I T. 7 S., R. 21 S. 5 951-209-2 ....--do -------do ---J. J. Brannan 25 ..... 1 I TV 1.6 -------8.56 121-59 -H 951-213-1 WNkiW sec. 29, G. V. Rivers Chancey 11 .-2 W TC 1.8 ...-----. 5.42 11-27-59 --T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 951-214-1 WHllk sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 23 11 W TC 1.6 ...----5.70 47-59 -0 CF T. 7 S., 1. 21 I. Survey Conervation 951-214-2 3&WlO sec. 30, F. 5. Davis F. B. Davis 55 55 2 SA TC 5.75 -----. .10.56 11-27-59 -T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 952-204-1 SESEZk sec. 15, U.S. Geological Albert H. Millet 284 234 4 r T 2.68 177 A 86.26 11-12-59 --0 C T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey 952-206-1 SWkSEt sec. 16, Lawerence Heng ..--------... 90 --2 SA L .0 ---------15 Rt .--T. 7 S., R. 22 E. 952-209-1 SZklck sec. 24, B. T. Thomas Acme Drilling 89 -.. 6 SA L .0 --.......-12 .---Id T. 7 S., R. 21 d. Lumber Co. Co. 952-209-2 INZZk sec. 24, L. H. Outlaw J. KHgryi 93 -2 SA L .0 ---.. .17 R 1953 -D, Ir T. 7 S., .. 21 E.

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Casing Measurino point Water level me on u 0 nme e a a -e a nuabar Location Owner Driller w U u U Us Re arks s1 .0 *. S S S C, r" o So. u 3.g S S e 4d me g 952-210-1 SS1Wk eec. 23, E. Meyer -----------13 ----6 TCb 2.7 -------7.78 11-30-59 T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 952-210-2 SIWHtN c ec. 23, P. K. Bowers -------------....66 ---SA TC 1.00 -----.---22.97 11-30-59 ---N T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 952-212-1 WkS£t sec. 21, A. E. Broughton Dyal 64 48 2 SA L .0 --------18 R 1951 D T. 7 S., R. 21 E. 952-212-2 NHWk sec. 21, J. A. J.McKinney J. A. J.McKinney 48 ---Lt TC 1.9 --------6 R ---------D, T. 7 S., R. 21 .I., 953-204-1 NWSWit sec. 11, Eugene Griffis A. Magaryi 85 63 2 SA L .0 ---------29 R ---------.-D, T. 7 S., R. 22 E. IR, 953-205-1 SEkNBt sec. 15, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 20 18 1I W TC 1.8 175 T 11.13 47-59 -0 CF ST. 7 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 953-208-1 SESUWk see. 7, Barry's J. Magaryi 95 60 2 SA L .0 ---------10 R 1950 --D, P T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Restaurant 953-208-2 HANWk see. 18, Rayonier Inc. V. Forsythe 90-2 SA TCo .0 ---.----8.85 123-59 ---T. 7 S., R. 22 E. 953-210-1 MWkNB sec. 14, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 25 23 I W TC 1.6 149 T 2.93 47-59 *--0 CF T. 7 S., R. 21 B. Survey Conservation Service 953-220-1 S~SWk see. 8, State Agri. Belmany 486 120 8 F TPB 1.0 124 A 51.32 5-20-59 72 Id T. 7 S., R. 20 E. Marketing Board 953-220-2 -....do---------do-----Acme Drilling Ca 200 99 4 F L .0 124 T 52 R 1952 -----CF 954-204-1 SWkSkW sec. 2. Luther Griffis A. Magaryi 58 68 2 SA TC .25 ---------28.75 12-23-59 --N T. 7 S., R. 22 E. 954-205-1 SWNWk see. 3, W. E. Lauson Sam Jordan 70 70 2 SA L .0 ---------29 R 1952 --D, Ir T. 7 S., R. 22 E. 954-208-1 WNBW k sec. 7. Crescent Hotel J. Magary 80 --2 SA L .0 ---------12 R ---------., tr T. 7 S., R. 22 E. Court

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CasLng __ Ha rLni poatn Wate level number Locetlou Owner Driller Use Remarks i if II t Its I ? I k iI 954-209-1 SkN r sec. 12, Henry Tlllinson Y. Oriffti 60 ***** l W L 0.0 .......... 12 1 1947 .D, Ir 7. 7 S.. R, 21 E. 95-210-1 nEkIW see. 11, J L. Wynn J. Kargryl 90 **.* 2 SA L .0 150 T 8 ........ ... oD, Ir T. 7 S., R. 21 E. S 954212-1 S9Wlk sec. 4. ..D Jones. ............... 72 .* 1k W L .0 .......... 12 R D........... D, Ir T. 7 S., R. 21 E. S 955-204-1 SWtSk sec. 35, Ines Gray Floyd Stewart 75 *-*2 SA L .0 -......... 30 R ............ D, Ir T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 955-206-1 SVIkS sec. 33, R. 5. Hullins A. Magaryl 100 60 2 SA L .0 -....----27 R 1955 .... D, Ir T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 955-206-2 S.NEk sec. 32, V. A. Stearns J. Magaryi 70 58 2 SA L .0 .......... 15 R 10. ..5 ..-. D, Ir T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 955-219-1 NZ.cSk sec. 32, Rouston Texas Layne-Atlentic 175 117 10 F TC .9 141 A 78.91 3-11-60 --D, Id T. 6 S., R. 20 E. Ges and Oil Co. Co. 956-205-1 N)tLWk sec. 27, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 25 23 1 V 1TC 2.8 165 T 16.83 46-59 ---0 CF T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Survey Conservation Service 956-206-1 WkSk sec. 28, City of Starke Gray Well and 610 170 10 F L .0 166.56 EL 90 R 2. -42 -*P CF T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Pump Co. 956-206-2 -----do--------....--do---.. ---------... .529 500 5 F TF 3.5 170 T 94.4 R 11. 7-34 ---N B956-206-3 ------.do....... .......do -...... ray Well and 580 500 10 F TPB 3.5 166 T 80 R 1928 72 N B-2 ump Co. 956-206-4 ------do-------.-------......--------90 60 2 SA L .0 166 T 20 R -------72 N -3 956-206-5 ------do---------do ---------------------64 -6 SA TC .0 166 T 28.60 55-58 --N 956-206-6 WlWI sec. 28, -..--.. do------Stevens Southern 503 278 10 F TC 1 168.77 EL 94.19 7-28-42 73.5 P CF, B-5 T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Co. 956-206-7 SWki c sec. 28, -.......do--Gray Well and 607 280 18 F TPB .7 165 T 94.74 6-24-60 --P T. 6 S., R. 22 E. Pusp Cc.

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Casing ieasurint point Water level 4-' 1S o 1 2 '* ^ Use Remarks ,lrbr LocaticOwner Driller c, is W -s 8Sark T. 3 5., R. 22 E. 956-210-1 SEtSEk sec. 27, BradEord County Libby and 350 *--1 F .-12-5 7 T. 6 S., R. 21 E. Frecran 957-203-1 SNEklEk sec. 23, Jaes Leech J. GLeech 80 66 2 SA L .0 ---------1 R ...-----IN T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 957-204-1 hSEk sec. 23, II Stearns H. Stearns 6 65 A L .0 ---------15 R --D T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 957-206-1 NH Ek sec. 21, Jarvin Hoegel J. aaryi 85 70 2 SA L .0 --------32 R 8-58 .----D, T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 957-207-1 WSEtkSk sec. 2,0 Austin Smith -.s 76 65 2 20 L .0 ..---. 15 R 1958 ... D, Ir T. 6 S., R, 22 E. 957-207-2 NWNEtSE sec. 20, Iarn een ee .... --------0 -SA L .0 ..--" 34 R 152 --. D, Ir T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 957-209-1 SWtEWk sec. 20, A. J. Starling B. J. Starling 17 ----W L .0 *-------* .7 R .. 5 ---, T. 6 S., R. 21 E. 957-212-1 SEkWt sec. 21, Clifford J. Gagaryl 51 *--e*e 2 .W 0 4-4 .------3 .... ....... 2 ---D, S T. 6 S., R. 21 E. Browning 957-216-1 SEtWk sec. 23, Birler Kelly Turnipseed 42 *----W L .0 ----.-----10 R ...-----*-T. 6 S., R. 20 E. 958-207-1 NSNEL sec. 20, Crs. l .L. Cox r--------y75 --2 SA L ... 0 --....R1. -48 ---D, 1 T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 958-209-1 NWkhWk sec. 13, A. C. Ellis A. Maaryi 31 36 2 W TCo 1.05 150 T 9.6 12-16-59 .--Ir WT. 6 S., R. 21 E. 958-209-2 SWkcWk sec. 13, A. -do. --E Roy Jordan 40 35 4 W TC 1.05 150 T 6.66 12-16-59 -Ir T. 6 S., R. 21 E. T. 6 S., 9. 21 E.

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C4l aAtIln point W olr level nuaber L oation OwPr priller As Iea4rks S1f l 1 'l "j 951,210-1 iWWk sec, 14, Leo Itchardson J. K4Maryt 69 64 2 SA L 0.0 .......... 4 I .-58 *., Ir T. 6 1., t. 21 I. 9$8-210-2 NWkSk mee. 14, W, C, Conner V. C. Conner 20 **** L .0 .......... 4 1 ........ r, T. 6 1., 1, 21 1. 8 950.213-1 NIkBk sec. 18, Florlda Forest J. Wilhott 200 140 4 Y 1. .0 154 T 9.04 10-28-58 .... 0, Ir T, 6 .,, 1. 21 1. Service 958-213-2 SIWk sec. 17, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 18 15 1k W TC 2.0 .......... 4.48 42-59 70 0 T. 6 S., A. 21 A. Survey Survey 958-215-1 kk sec. 12, Mrs. urLe ------.. --............ 50 1 L .0 ----IS 15 ........ .... D, Inr T7 6 S., 1. 20 Z. Cruee I -O 958-217-1 ltSlk ec. 15, M. 1. Wiggins Penrod Drilling 3,167 3,1677 16 --. ** ---. -----............... .OT CF, Do, E 0 T. 6 8., ,R. 20 X. Co. 959-203-1 IWHklk see. 12, Mark L. Starling H. L. Starling 115 s8 2 SA L .0 .......... 28 I 1954 --, D, Ir, T. 6 S, R. 22 E. S 959-205-1 SVkr esec. 10, A. Toth .............. 55 -1 W TC .4 -.----13.5 16-60 D, Ir, T. 6 5., R. 22 1. S 959-206-1 IS k sec. 4, 0. L. Brown 0. L. Brown 58 50 W L .0 k---9 -R 9 --.---...... D, I T. 6 S., R. 22 E. 959-207-1 SIkSN sec. 8, Loanie Crawford, -----------65 -2 SA L .0 ------10 R .. .-----, I T. 6 S., I. 22 E. Jr. 959-209-1 SEkSIk sec. 12, J. W. Brownlese ..--... .---94 -4 S A L .0 .--------12 R .-----. ---D, T. 6 W., R. 21 E. 8 959-211-1 IikSlk sec. 10, W. C. Ward W. C. Ward 25 -1k L .0 ----6 R --...---D, -1, T. 6 S., R. 21 E. S 959-211-2 SWkSEk sec. 3, R D. Reddish R. D. Reddish 26 -2 W L .0 -------4 R ------. ---. D, Ir, T. 6 S., R. 21 E. 959-215-1 hkSEk sec. 12, Fronie Moody ---------. ---.--1 4 SA L .0 -------10 R -.--.---.... Zr T. 6 8., R. 20 E. 95921-2 8Ytqrc, RD.~dilh JRD.l~dir 21----21 V L .0I-----I48 ------1--l\ '' * .1E

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Csin Mneasurin. point Water level U % Well a 1 nmer Location Ouner Driller i Use Remarks AU 'a P, s a 959-216-1 SqkSEk sec. 2, Mrs. 1. H. Moody ---------130 --2 SA L 0.0 -----40 R ----D, Ir T. 6 S., R. 20 E. 959-216-2 -------do-------do---------------12 --30 W Tb 2.45 ---------5.70 12-21-59 ---N 959-216-3 SEkSWt sec. 2, Harold Shiver Taylor 127 ------S ----4 R 1957 --D, Ir T. 6 5., R. 20 E. 000-210-1 SWHNEk sec. 2, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 30 28 1 WU TC 2.0 132 T 4.28 46-59 ---0 CF T. 6 S., R. 21 E. Survey Conservation Service 000-210-2 -----do--------do---Albert H. Millet 294 247 4 F TC 1.0 139 A 70.35 6-17-59 73 0 CF, E, G 001-215-1 IWkN sec. 36 B. B. Johns .------------75--2 SA L .0 -------12 R 2-60 ---, Ir T. 5 S., R. 20 E. 002-203-1 NFSEk sec. 24 E. I. du Font Stevens Southern 725 330 16 F L .0 200 T 130 R 4-12-59 70 Id CF T. 5 S., R. 22 E. and Co. Co. 003-203-1 kNtE sec. 24, -------do------------774 442 16 F TC 1.0 195 EL 126.51 6-28-60 70 Id T. 5 S., R. 22 E. 003-211-1 NWkSE sec. 15, Florida State Smith and 700 275 12 F TC 1.6 128.78 EL 62.19 5-19-59 ---P T. 5 5., R. 21 E. Prison Gillespie Co. 004-204-1 NEkSWk sec. 11, J. S. Eunice ----------.102 95 2 SA TC 1.5 -------6 R 1952 --D T. 5. S., R. 22 E. 004-204-2 NIEkEk sec. 11, Mrs. Selma -.---------100 92 2 SA TC 1.0 --------7 1941 -D T. 5. S., R. 22 1. Eunice 004-205-1 N~WWt sec. 10, R. K. Wheeler N. Hamilton 85 71 1k SA TC 1.0 ---------4 1940 -D T. 5. S., R. 22 E. 004-205-2 HWNrEk sec. 10, D. A. Critfis Fred Long 104 104 1k SA TC 1.0 -------5 1946 --D T. 5 S., R. 22 E. 005-203-1 NWkS~ sec. 1, E. Prescott Stokes 111 105 2 SA TC 1.0 165 T 11.97 2-16-60 -D T. 5 S., R. 22 B.

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C40tLn4 AAI N-ur-l ojLat W4-*Jr Level wall S Is w |22 "Is1. Aumber o e Olr littler I a l UI3 lit 005.203-2 WANEla ee. 1, Deveret Grtli IStokes 129 -* 2 SA TC 1.0 185 T 40.64 2-L6-60 -.-D T. 5 S., A. 22 I. 006-203-1 StkWk sec. 36, Florida Forest Burnert 189 155 2 SA TC .0 210 T 55 R 1954 *... D T. 4 1., I. 22 t. Service 007.203-1 SWkil slec. 25, St. Mary's Cr(aft ............. 140 98 2 SA TC .5 185 T 40 2-59 ... D T. 4 5., P. 22 E. Corp. Clay County 943-202-1 SWUWk sec. 7, U.S. Geological U.S. Sail 20 17 lk V TC 2.0 174 T 7.86 4. 6-59 -**0 C T. 9 5., 1. 23 E. Survey Conervation Go ServLic 0 943-202-2 SZkS see. 7. -......do....... Central Florida 159 124 4 F --------. ---.-----.---..... ...----Do, CF T. 9 S., 1. 23 ., Vell Drillers 943-202-3 ----do----......do.--..... --... do ---.. 259 204 4 r TP 2.8 180 A 88.76 5-11-60 -0 Cl, I, C 89.36 6-27-60 944-159-1 SkSzt sec. 33, ---do ----U.S. Soil 30 28 lk W TC 1.6 118 T 19.98 46-59 -0 CT T. 8 8., .I 23 E, Conservation 19.79 6-26-59 Service 944-159-2 aksuk sec. 34. George Clemens Erneat ~KcollLe 165 90 4 F TC .0 110 T 15 I 5-59 ---Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 944-159-3 ----do--------do-------do.---.134 103 2 F --.----.110 T .....----. ---..--. Ir 944-159-4 SWksk sec. 34, .B. Stanley V. B. Stanley 115 90 2 SA TC 1.0 ---------. 35 R 6-57 ---D T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 944-159-5 ItWk sec. 3. J. A. Goodson Sea Jordan 97 .--2 SA TC .0 ....-----. 30 1 3-55 ---T. 9 S., R. 23 E. 945-200-1 STWl c sec. 33, E. D. Hayner D. Eubanks 95 85 2 SA TC .0 130.84 EL 28.73 8-26-59 --S T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

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Casing Measuring point Water level W a I Well Ue Remarks .0 C06 number Location Owner Driller *g A r :: : g Dg Remark: 945-200-2 SEkNWk lec. 33, Bisbee R. Mathe 98 86 2 SA TC 0.0 ...----27 R 5-59 *-. D T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 945-201-1 WkSWk sec. 32, U.S. Geological Central Florida 145 116 & F L .0 .--....--33.89 22-60 73 --D, CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drillers 945-201-2 -------do-------------do-----------do-----186 161 F L .0 126 A 32.04 3-24-60 ---0 CF 945-201-3 NWkSk sec. 32, T. W. Baker .. --...----. 85 -2 SA TCo .5 ---.----12.54 8-25-59 ---N T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 945-202-1 NkWk sec. 31, Ralph C. H. L. Onbey 147 102 2 F L .0 ---------37 R 4-23-58 ---D I T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Ridenour 945-202-2 SWIHNW sec. 31, Gus Alderman E. HcGollie 158 ----2 F L 0 0 ---------56 7-59 S T. 8 S., R. 23 B. 945-202-3 SBNWk sec. 31, -----. do.-----Sam Jordan 86-59 0 N T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 945-202-4 HWNh sec. 31, Wernern E. McCollie 70-2 SA L .0 -----15 R 1951 ---D, I T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 946-156-1 NBSB sec. 24, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 29 27 tk W TC 1.0 94 T 8.83 46-59 -0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation Service 946-159-1 N1 sec. 27, -...do------------.-do.---. 45 42 1 W TC 2.3 128 T 30.29 46-59 ---0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 946-159-2 SWkSWk sec. 22, E. Clision D. Eubanks 130 15 2 SA ---------120 T .. --." D T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 946-159-3 SEkSSE sec. 21, R. H. Allen Sam Jordan 137 89 2 SA TC 1.0 115 T 22.00 9-16-59 --. D T. 8 S., R. 23 B. 946-159-4 WkN&k sec. 27, U.S. Geological Central Florida 249 193 4 F L .0 130 40.54 3-22-60 --0 CF, 8, G T. 8 S., R. 23 B. Survey Well Drillers 41.27 4-22-60 946-200-1 SWkNWk sec. 28, Dykes ....----... ... 20 20 1 W TC .5 -----6.84 10-26-59 ---N T. 8 S., R. 23 E.

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C.. nCa H t a il i point Water Level 'I a nube a| : 946.200-2 SkAWW sec, 28 .L. CGelr .............. 23 23 W TC 1,2 .......... 9,00 10.26.59 ... N 1. 8 6,, 3, 23 E. 946-200-3 -*....... do...W. Cox .McGollLo 121 55 2 SA L .0 .......... 33 10-. *3 o .* D, Ir 946-200-4 ....... do ...--. C, W. Cibbs ..... do....... 18 30 4 V TC .95 .......... 13,47 10.26-59 ....946-200-5 NKatkk sec. 29, Seth Kennedy ................ 922 SA TC .6 .......... 16.11 10-29.59 .... N T, 8 S5, I, 23 3. 946.202-L SWIkWk sc, 30, U,S. Geological U.S. Soil 22 20 1k W TC 5,0 106.88 EL 6.68 6-26-58 72.5 0 C7 7. 8 S., 3. 23 3. Survey Coneervation 946-202-2 WukHWk sc,. 30, -...-do-.... .......-do....... 50 50 1k W C 2,0 117.31 EL 20.70 6-18-58 *... 0 CF T, 8 S., R. 23 E. N 946-202-3 N k sec. 19, ....... do-.. ....... do------50 50 1k W TC 3.0 135.77 EL 29.97 6-25-58 ---0 C T. 8 S., R. 23 8. 946-202-4 NMkNEk sec. 30, Keystonm VWter Ace Drilling 492 189 8 F 7C 1.0 150 T 62.27 12-15-59 --* F CF, E T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Works Co. 947-156-1 stkKNk sac. 18, Mrs. Mary Sith A. Rhoden 113 ---2 SA ---------95 T ---.. --------.. ... .D T. 8 S., 3, 24 E. 947-200-1 ESk. sec. 17, H, .A. Dae .-------...... .31 -... 1k TC .4 125 T 14.53 10-20-59 --N T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-200-2 ---.---do-----Corbett --. ---.... ...20 ---1k W TC 1.1 115 T 4.89 10-20-59 -1 -N 947-200-3 -------do-----U.S. Geological 8. W. Layman 134 91 2 SA TC 2.1 .....----. 48.72 2-18-60' ---0 CF Survey Well Drilling 947-201-1 5Vs k eec. 19, Keyston Water Gray Well and 332 184 8 F ---------139.9 EL -------------73.8 P CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Works Pump Co. 947-201-2 ----. do -----------do-----Duval Drilling 450 147 8 F ---------------------------..---.-Co.

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n=ber Location owne~ riller o -6 a R&a k. ,_ t g s85 ssa jg T. 8 S., R. 23 g. Survey Conse'vaton 947-201-4 SWEec. l17, .------do.---.. Albert H. Hiller 307 167 4 F TC 2.7 153.28 E1. 66.32 9-11-59 ---0 CF, E, G. T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-5 WttlW sec. 20. J. W. Simerel B. McGolle 105 65 2 SA TC .6 138 T 37 R 1-56 **N T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-6 ....do----R.H. Jackson H. L. Ovwnbey 217 174 2 F L .0 138 T 61 R 7-31-59 ..-D, Ir 947-201-7 SEkSi sec. 18, Frank Hooney ...----------21 -..1 W TC .9 125 T .46 10-19-59 .--. N T. 8 8., R. 23 E. 947-201-8 SEtkW sec. 17, Roy W. Tyre H.. Onbey 119 --2 SA L .0 152 T 47 R 8-15-52 *D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 E. T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-10 SEkSNN sec. 17, F.H. G.aige .Sa Jordan 118 ----SA TCo .7 160 T 54.3 10 -19-59 *-T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-11 -----do------C. E. oody .------do--.-190 ----2 F L .0 125 T 46 R 1952 ---D 947-201-12 SWs5W sec. 17 W. P. Wilson I .right 87 84 2 SA TC .3 125 T 21.65 10-20-59 ....T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-13 ---W dose.-----.. do ----H.L.L Ownbey 159 6--2 SA L .0 130 T 57 R 1956 -.-D 947-201-14 WHkSWk seoc. 17, U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 112 83 2 SA TC 1.8 140.43 EL 27.60 2-26-60 70.5 0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling 947-201-15 ---S .do 1--F. .No--.do-------do------43 40 I2 TC 1.7 140.33 EL 26.23 2-26-60 .---947-201-16 NWkk sec. 20, .------do ------do--------144 61 SA TC 2 .147.41 5 48.10 3-31-601 .-0 C T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-201-17 .-----do .------. .do ---.----do43 40 T 2.15 1447.16 EL 36.07 3-31-60 ---0 947-201-17---do---------------8-do------------8-do---------43 40 2 W 'IC 2.15 147.16 IL 36.07 3-31-60 --0

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Gas ail M eas ri ng pto nt >4ccfl evo*J A number Laces&Lou Owner Dwtiler UNS Remarks j, h L I A. -* fil' II J| h i i? i^ 3S _________ _________ ________ waa _____ _____ 947-201-18 NWIW sc, 17, U,S. Ceologisal J. J. Hare 147 80 6 SA TC 1.95 --....... 27.22 4-12-60 ---0 CF T. 8 1,, A. 23 E, Iurvey 947.202-1 IAksMi sec. 18, S, .Thompson H, L. Ownbey 271 262 2 F L .0 122 T 67 R 7-31-59 75 D, Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 8. 947-202-2 SuSW see. 18, L. Purdy --------............... 36 TC 3.3 ...----.. .23.92 10-16-59 -N T. 8 S., I. 23 I. 947-202-3 .......do .... .......do...................... 21 -2 W TC .45 --....-.... ...-.......-.... N 947-202-5 NZXSW seW .18, Mrs. W. G. D. Eubanks 120 -2 SA .. ......... 125 T ........ ....... ... T. 8 S., R. 23 I, Carpenter 947-202-6 ...do......--... do-...................... .....-I W ........... 125 T .....---... ....... .... 00 10,947-202-S-....do -... S.F Thopson...................23 150 2 V TC .4 128 T 13.82 10-19-59 .... N 947-202-9 SAWl~ r sec. 18, Dewy Cannon ...... ..... ..... Ik W TC 1.55 128 T............................ Ir T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-202-10 S sec. 18, Turner -..-...-150 --2 SA --........ -....................--, r T. 8 S., R. 23 I. 947-202-11 SkSWk sec. 18, U.S. Geological B, W. Layman 180 78 2 IA TC 2.2 149 EL 36.04 3-22-60 ---0 CF T. 8 S., 1. 23 1. Survey Well Drilling 947-202-12 .......do-....... --.-do-.--.-.--. do-.--. 40 40 2 W TC 2.1 148.97 BL 26.86 3-22-60 --0 947-202-13 S lSk sec. 18, -.---.. do--.---.-do------449 440 2 TC .0 123.32 EL 30.19 4-28-60 .--. 0 C T. 8 8., R. 23 8. 947-202-14 .------.do ....... .......d---o ---------.do.---.. 46 43 2 W TC .0 123.37 EL 9.7 3-10-60 70.5 0 947-202-15 WWSNt sec. 19, --------do--------do-------93 64 2 SA TC 2.2 127.16 EL 32.72 3-15-60 71.5 0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-202-16 -------do..---.----. .do..--------.. do-----29 26 2 V TC 2.0 127.02 EL 13.03 3-15-60 71.3 0

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Casing sHaeuria; point Water level -5 £ baer Location Ooner Driller BUse Remarks Si | S i IK i Il 947-202-17 SiSik sec. 19, U.S. Geological B. W. Layman 147 51 2 SA TC 0.0 131.35 EL 34.85 3-31-60 ---0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23.E. Survey Well Drilling 947-202-18 PgWEk sec. 19, -----.do----J. J. Eare 168 147 6 F TC 2.4 127.4 EL 37.93 5-18-60 --0 C0 T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-202-19 NEkSb sec. 18, ---... do .---. ..L. Onbey 85 78 2 SA TC 2.7 145.27 EL 40.09 5-30-60 0-0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 947-202-20 ----do ---------do-------------do------26 19 2 V TC 2.3 144.91 EL 20.14 5-30-60 ---0 947-202-21 ----do----------do ---U.S. Geological 12 12 1 WV TC 3.0 -------. -10.75 7-18-60 ---0 Survey 10.62 7-29-60 947-202-22 ----do------------do-----------.do---2.5 2.5 1t W TC .0 ...------1.71 7-18-60 ---0 948-154-1 SEMB see. 17, 8. Sibley R. L. Ounbey 64 48 2 SA TC .2 ------11.77 6-24-58 -D T. 8 S., R. 24 E. 948-154-2 W~Et sec. 9. M. I. Crosby --...------.. 192 ---2 SA TC .5 100 T 31 R 1957 --.. D T. 8 S., R. 24 B. 948-155-1 NlSW~ sec. 8, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 25 1k W TC 2.0 112.69 EL 13.78 6-26-58 70.6 0 CP T. 8 S., R. 24 E. Survey Conservation Service 948-200-1 KlNah k see. 17, --.. --do--.. -----.. do ----... 49 47 1 V TC 2.4 132.07 EL 39.97 46-59 --0 CF T. 8 8., R. 23 B. 948-200-2 WkHWk sec. 16, Ernest Burch --....--------. 15 ---1 W TC 1.0 107.71 BL 13.05 12-11-59 --N T. 8 S., R. 23 E. 948-200-3 ..---...do --..-----do----.----.-----23 --1k W TC 1.2 108.38 EL 13.32 12-11-59 --N 948-200-4 NkStNk sec. 17, U.S. Geological B. V. Layman 126 76 2 SA TC 2.15 136.09 SL 42.6 2-24-60 71 0 CF T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey ell Drilling 948-200-5 --...do..----. -------do------------do.... 49 46 2 W TC 2.2 136.13 EL 38.44 3-22-60 .--. 0 948-200-6 ---.. do-.... ------do--------------do--... .68 68 2 V TC 2.25 136.23 EL 37.83 3-22-60 ---0 948-200-7 ...--..do --------o---....... J. Hare 136 83 6 SA TC 2.2 ---------41.0 5-18-60 ---0 0

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l a assurti poan Wsle lvel v iei I j .a number X*oesto Ower Drller Us* 11041rk 948L.01-O SW k seir .S, Y.K.C.A. Gray Well and 395 L51 4 F -.--... .132.9 L *-..... .... .... CI T. I.,, A. 23 I. ump Co. 948-20l-2 BkgnEk *ec. 1, U.I. Geoloicall Albir L .Mllei .... ** ** ***".. ... 140 T ........ ........ ... .IOD, C T. 8 S., 2. 23 3. Survey 948-201-3 Wktlk sc, 17, Rouard Tucker H. L. Ownbey 98 63 2 SA L 0.0 131 1 371 3-19-57 .... D, Ir T. 8 So, 1. 23 t. 948-201-4 SUkWM sec. 17, Hndia .......do....... 109 84 2 SA L .0 135 T 38 I 8.11-58 *D, Ir .I S., 1. 23 C. 948-201-5 ....... do-.... MarLon I .do--..-. 91 .2 SA L .0 130 T 15 i 7951 -D, i 948-201-6 MSltk sec. 8, ad ....... do .---. 142 84 2 SA L .0 125 T 46 R --36 --D S7. 8 S., R. 23 1. 948-201-7 S~SW% sec. 8, U.S. Geological B. W. Layan 122 76 2 F TC 2.2 139.53 L. 52.36 2-18-60 --0 C€ T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Survey Well Drilling 968-201-8 -----do --d-----....... do ....... ------43 40 2 TIC 2.3 139.47 i. 26.52 2-18-60 71.5 0 948-201-9 RkgSk sce. 8, --.....do.------.......do---. 149 94 2 SA TC 1.9 163.02 EL 49.12 2-19-60 70.5 0 GC T. 8 S., R. 23 I. 94-201-10 -----do-----.--do------------do --53 50 2 H TC 2.0 162.64 EL 45.6 2-19-60 70.5 0 948-201-11 V.E. k sec. 17, -----. do-----..--do---. 141 61 2 SA TC 2.05 131.24 EL 20.76 32-60 .-0 C1 T. 8 S., 1. 23 E. 948-201-12 -d---do-----------do----------do------32 29 2 W TC 2.1 131.19 E. 17.81 32-60 70.5 0 948-201-13 SlkSVk sec. 8, .----do---U.S. Geological 18 18 1k V TC .0 --------14.43 7-18-60 -0 T. 8 S., 1. 23 Z. Survey 14.20 7-29-60 948-202-1 SH~MEk iec. 18, Jame C. Hall H. L. Ounbey 172 152 2 T L .0 118 T 37 R 9-18-59 -D, T. 8 S.,. .23 E. 948-202-2 ------do----. ..Saucer ----... do--.. 172 145 2 P L .0 118 T 33 R 7-31-59D, I1 948-202-3 -----do--.J. l. opkins Partridge Well 105 --2 SA ----------123 T '---------.---, Driling Co.

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Cas ag asur_ n t point water level 948-202-4 IMFkWk sea. 18, U.S. Geological B. W. Lay 155 93 2 SA TC 2.3 172.86 Br 60.07 3.11-60 -0 CF 948-202-7 -. -emado-.ksdo......do--3 948-202.8 ----. do.-----do*.... J. J. Htre 250 193 6 F TC 2.0 -.---57.46 4-25-60 72 0 CP. 5, G 949-157-1 Wklk sec. 12, W. L. Ivey E. J. Pl ans 113 82 2 SA TC .0 98 T 17.27 923-58 -T. 8 S., R. 23 B. 0n 9b9-157-2 L--doat Ole Holland --do-17 1 SA -..----949-157-3 ----.do..---Karl Zink ---.do.---.--117 2 SA *-.----------D 949-157-4 UkSVk sec. 1, .od. eoogical ..yckle 155 93 2 SA T2.3 --7.86 -60.0-11-0 ---0 C T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Service Drling 948-20157-5 -----do-----------do-------------yWl and 67 64 2 T 1.75 172.51 55.57 3-17-60 71 C Pump Co. 949-1202-6 N--. e-do --. 1-----o--------d1 4d.5 S2 A TC 1.9 1346.74 48.76 3-18-60 71.5 949-158-1 SBkWk sec. 2, Wester ad Duval Drilling 450 -10 y -.-.-----------74 Id T. 8 S., R. 23 E. Conrad Sand Co. Co. 949-158-2 SWkNmk sac. 2, All Florida Sand ---. .do--460 218 10 .---173 T ------74 Id C T. 8 S., R. 23 .Co. 949-158-3 0 Wk ----ec. 2 -------.do-----------. c--o 3 -40 2 F TC 1.8 146.63 31.63 7-28-6 ---T. do------------re 250 193 6 3 2.0 ---------7.6 4-25-6072 0 C 949-158-4 S~kSEk sec. 3, S.nL. vey Dirto .L. OPnbey 113 27 2 SA T .0 98 -17.27 9-23-56 -D T. 8 S., R. 23 1. 00 949-157-2 -------do.. Ollie Holland -..do ----------137 1 A C ------------------------D -7o ....... do---------------117 2 MA-----------------------------------------------0 949-157-14 SWkSk eec. 1, Ilorid S ark olo .C. Soickle 11 115 6 A ------------------------------------CF T. 8 S., R. .23 .Service 949-157-5 --do--------------do.Gray wll and 202 $88 6 -------------------------------------73.4 F Cce ump Co. 949-157-6 .......do-------------do------CC. C. 110 ..... 4 IA TC .0 137 T 57.55 95-58 ---I 949-158-1 S51eP seec. 2, Veaser and Duval Drilling 450 10 1r -----------------------------------------74 Id T. B S., R. 23 R. conrad Sand Co. Co. 949-158-2 hWHk seec. 2. All Florida Sand --------do------460 218 10 r .... ....... 173 T .---------------------74 Id C1 T. S., R. 231R. Co. 949-158-3 SWH seec. 2,----.------do-....... Z CGollie 300 2 F TO .5 150 T 87.43 7-27-59 ---N T. 8 S., R. 233R. 949-158-4 SqkSVk sec. 3, Stanley Director 9. I .Ovaby 78 70 2 IA .0L-O---.-------21 R 6-14-56 ---0D, r T. 8 S., 1. 23 3. 949-159-1 535Wk eec. 3, i. a. Geological S. Soil 38 38 it H TO 1.9 167 T 24.36 4-6-59 ---. 0 CF

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CEanI Heasluran point Wcatr level i j1 B I I mber Lattom Omer Driller Us r 949.159-2 S3WSk lec. 3, Dr. .5. H. L. Ovnbay 70 .... 2 SA L 0.0 .......... 19 R 3.25,$? .... Ir T. I I., 23 5, Simons 949*201-1 SBkW sec, 5, U.S, Geoloitcal U.S. Soll 22 20 1% W TC 2.5 127.76 EL 5.22 6-26-58 -... 0 Cv T. 8 S., R, 23 B. Survey Conaervaton Service 949-202-1 ItAWk sec. 6. U.S. Army Gray Well and 474 198 10 F TPS 2.0 165.02 EL 75.76 5-21-59 .... P Cy T. 8 S., R. 23 8. ump Co, 950-137-2 NWHJW sec. J2, E. J. Hickey .............. 400 ..... 4 F TT 3.0 20 A +14.4 2-16-60 71 D, S T. 7 S., 3. 27 8. 950-143-1 SkSWk sre. 32, Union ag and .............. 138 ..... 2 8A T .5 112 T 15.32 3-16-56 --.. D T. 7 B,, R, 26 I. Paper Co. 00 950-155-1 WS k see. 32, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 13 11 Il W TC 1.5 151 T 2.74 46-59 ---. 0 CF T. 7 S., R. 24 E. Survey ConMervation service 950-155-2 SWSEk sec. 32, George H. Lewis Brewer 295 ---. 3 F TC .5 165 T 65 R 1948 -.-. D T. 7 S., R. 24 E. Valledjuli 950-157-1 WkNtN sec. 36 Florida Park V. C. Mickle 225 137 4 F TC .0 213 T 70.65 9-22-58 --.. N C T. 7 S., R. 23 E. Service 950-157-2 ..-.. do----.------do -----Gray Well and 545 100 6 F TCo 1 214.2 EL 129.18 59-60 73.2 F CF Pump Co. 950-202-1 SWvMs sec. 31, U.S. Army -------do----535 243 8 F L .0 180.0 EL 102 R 7-42 --P CF T. 7 8., R. 23 E. 951-137-1 SWhNEt sec. 29, Frank Willimas Louis Ivey 360 80 6 F TT 1.0 11 A +21.1 1-19-59 75 D, S C-23 T. 7 8., R. 27. 951-137-2 W~St sec. 29, W. C. College J. Frazier 329 50 4 F ------. .11 T ...----------. 75.8 D. S C-24 T. 7 S., R. 27 E. 951-137-3 W cfh sec. 32, C. J. Hicks -------------. ... ---.. 4 F( T 3.5 21 A +17.7 2-16-60 72 D, 8 T. 7 8., R. 27 E. 951-154-1 HWkMZk sec. 28, George .--------------277 88 6 F TC .0 135 T 34.88 5-21-59 --N T. 7 8., R. 24 E. ValledjulL

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Casig Measurin point Water level Sa Well a number Location Owner Driller I s Remark __i. s P s &A __ a___ 951-156-1 SWkNW sec. 30, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 27 25 I1 W TC 2.3 211 T 6.17 46-59 --0 C T. 7 S., R. 24 E. Survey Conservation Service 951-156-2 -----.do----George M. D. ubanks 204 165 2 F TC .0 210 T 19.75 5-25-59 --S Valledjuli 951-201-1 SWtSE sec. 29, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 It W TC 2.8 136.77 EL 5.69 6-22-58 67.5 0 T. 7 S., R. 23 B. Survey Conservation Service 952-137-1 WkWk sec. 20, Les Bnns ..-------.. 500 150 4 F TT 2.0 11 A +27.2 25-60 --D T. 7 S., R. 27 E. 952-137-2 SWH8SE sec. 20, F. Williamn R. L. Williams 330 180 2 F TB .0 3 A +34.8 2-16-60 76 D T. 7 8., R. 27 E. 952-137-3 --.... do------------do----Brewer 62 -2 SA TE 1.0 3 A +2.6 2-16-60 71 H 952-139-1 SBI~N sec. 23, Mrs. Mae Lytle --------------20 -2 F L .0 -----22 R 1952 -D T. 7 S., R. 26 E. 952-147-1 NBkSEk sec. 22, William Moody R. Driggers 134 80 2 SA TPB 1.00---------7.41 -8-60 -D T. 7 S., R. 26 S. 952-147-2 SW9SW seec. 22, U.S. Geological Central Florida 319 290 4 F TC 2.55 99 T 16.80 4-28-60 ---0 C, E, G T. 7 S., R. 25 E. Survey Well Drillers 952-147-3 WkSWk sec. 22, M. A. Moody J. W. Moody 161 151 2 SA TE 2 97 T 8.55 2-10-58 -D T. 7 S., R. 25 E. 952-148-1 SESWk sec. 21, B. L. Moody E. Mccollie 246 42 2 SA L .0 ------21 R 8-59 ---T. 7 S., R. 25 E. 952-155-1 HNESk sec. 20, George M. --.do------39-2 TC 1.0 160 T 7.27 9-17-59 ---T. 7 S., R. 24 1. Valledjuli 952-201-1 SBNEE sac. 19, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 17 15 1k W TC 2.8 181.33 EL 3.78 6-22-58 71.5 0 CF T. 7 S., R. 23 E. Survey Conservation Service 953-137-1 NWkWk sec. 17, Gertrude Herbert R. L. Williams 245 100 2 F TC 1.0 4 A +24.0 25-60 69 D T. 7 S., R. 27 E.

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Cas Is MWeurLa. poatl Wser Iewvs i Si3 1 iF numbr Loce ton Ovner Drller U i Reserks aB r4 I; 3a § 953.138.1 61401 seg, 7, P. L, WUlllaaon I., Breer 494 274 4 P TCr O.5 11 A +26,2 25-60 73 0, I1 T, 7 61, 1. 27 3. 953-140-1 WtBt a ss. 14, Albert Johnson Albert Johnson 60 -r*** 1 L .0 .......... 15 1 11 -9 -....T. 7 S., A. 26 9. 953-153-1 SIfHtk se. 15, 0, J. Murrh .-.............. 232 .. 6 TC .6 98 A 16.83 84.59 .... D. I T. 7 S., R. 24 X. g 953.154-1 MEtlk see, 99, U.S. Geologicl U.S, Boil 13 11 1% W TC 1.8 95 T 3.88 4. 6.59 ---o C T. 7 8., 1. 24 1. Survey cNsfrrvation 954.138-1 NWUNI seec. 7, Mrs. GOene Tylor D. C. Harden-..... ...() IT 1.8 12 T +28.2 25-60 *... D T. 7 S., 1. 27 E. brook 954-138-2 W~VSUrk se. 6, Leroy Edenfield .--do-..... -.--.3 F1() TCo .0 16 A +25.5 28-60 73.5 D, S T,. 7 S., R. 27 1. 954-138-3 ----.do .---Y. Haikins Pique 366 3 F TIF 1.6 16 A +23.5 2-15-6 73.5 D. I 954-140-1 S~Sk sec,. 2, JLmmy Compton Jitmmy Compton 35 .t L .0 .......... 15 R 12 .... D, r T. 7 8., R. 26 E. 954-153-1 SV1Sk sec. 3, 0. J. Murrhee .--..-..---60 ---It W .... ....... .......... .... T. 7 S., R. 24 R, 954-153-2 ItISWt eec. 10, ---do---Weeks 185 80 2 SA L .0 95 T 16 R 1953 --. D, T. 7 8., R. 24 E. 955-140-1 StSlk sec. 34, Mrs. 0. L. ....--------137 --2 SA TC 1.07 -------18.29 28-60 -T. 7 8., R. 26 E. Clevenger 955-141-1 SBkSIk sec. 34, C. R. Peeples .....-..--..--26 -l W L .0 -......---15 R-.--. ... D, T. 6 S., R. 26 E. 5 955-145-1 SqZlNk se. 2, M. M. Moody ..-------------.. 238 140 2 SA -------------.. -13 R 1957 .--D, T. 7 8., R. 25 E. 955-145-2 ----do----Jay Daniels Duke 200 --SA ----------------..-.----.. --D h\

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Cas ing Ma.ui nintWater level 9: ?-4 I 4 0 wall 38 a .7 wa a 'a number Location Owner Driller Us Re ark Oa A Sr 3 3 a S US eak 955-146-1 NlNEtk se. 2, Janle Craven Duke 240 --*2 F L 0.0 ------. 15 R 1957 ---D S. T. 7 S., R. 25 E. 955-153-1 SWkSWt sec. 34, U.S. Geological U.S. Soil 18 15 It W TC 2.1 92 T 3.44 46-59 --0 CF T. 6 S., R. 24 B. Survey gor ato 956-139-1 Land grant, ec. 38, Mrs. L. M. L. T. Ivey 389 200 6 F TT 2.5 24 A +18.9 1-12-59 73.5 S C-21 T. 6 S., R, 26 E. Hankins 956-158-1 9SSBk sec. 26, U.S. Army ---------117 117 12 SA TC 2 153.42 EL 77.08 10-20-58 --N T. 6 S., R. 23 E. 956-158-2 NEWhk sec. 35, --.... do----Gray Well and 580 358 10 F L .0 162.37 EL 83 R 5-41 ---CF T. 6 S., R. 23 B. Pump Co. 2 956-159-1 WhSk sea. 27, ----do-----Stevens Southern 718 312 10 F L .0 228.87 EL 151 R 5-41 --P T. 6 S., R. 23 E. Co. 956-159-2 SEZWk sec. 34, -------do-------do-----695 292 12 L .0 188.22 EL 117 R 5-41 -P CF T. 6 S., R. 23 1. 956-159-3 8SBEk sec. 27, -------do --------do---581 316 10 F L .0 162.37 BL 84.5 R 5-41 --P CF T. 6 8., R. 23 E. 957-138-1 Land grant, sec.38, John Hall Partridge Well 222 -3 T 1.75 --------+17.1 11-20-58 73.6 S T. 6 8., R. 26 E. Drilling Co. 957-141-1 .---do---David S Lee .------.-403 400 2 F L .0 --------1.5 -------D, I 957-144-1 SEAWk sec. 30, Arthur Knowles J. W. Moody 140 --2 SA L .0 -----8 R 1954 --D. Ir T. 6 8., R. 26 E. 957-157-1 SW1NHW sec. 24, U.S. Army Gray Well and 680 377 10 F L .0 151.42 EL 78.0 R 5-41 --P CF T. 6 S., R. 23 B. Pump Co. 957-158-1 SVkSZk sec. 23, ------do-----do----290 125 12 FP --------190.22 EL .---------N CF T. 6 S., R. 23 B. 957-158-2 .---... do-------do....----. ---do --766 372 12 F --------... 161.0 EL ----------.... P-

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T, 6 1, 23 3. 957-2002 ....... do ....... ....... .............. ....... 100 ..... 4 W ... ....*. 203T ** 957u200-3 ......do..... U Ological U.S. Geological 12 10 l1 TO 1,0 203 T 7.29 7 8-58 *... 0 T. 6 S., R. 23 X. vaton Service 958-137-1 Land grant, se,47o H. R. Wi.gand D. Hardenbrook 400 *I*** 3 F TI 1.0 4 A +21,2 2-10"60 72 D T, 6 B., R.27 ., 958-138-1 Land grant, sec.38, U.S. Navy Duval Drilling 600 301 L2 F L .0 10 T +12.6 R 3 -55 ---Ir CF T, 6 S,, R. 26 E. Co. 958-138-2 Land grant, see, 3, J. P. Hall D. Hardenbrook 475 **-* 3 F TFa 1.3 3 A +20,9 2-10-60 73 D, Ir T. 6 8., R. 27 1. 958-139-2 ...d do ....... ... .... Ndov ..Layne-Atlan ti 650 282 8 F TT 35 .......... +20,0 93-46 .... P C-22, Clay-22 Co. 958-140-1 ....... do....... Mrs. Emilyn Crovwles .---------. F(?) TT 2 16 A +13,6 29-60 .... D Arranta 958-144-1 N38 NWk srec. 18, C., .Gray Well and 420 220 8 F TC 1.2 92 T 20.2 66-34 ---7 N C-20 T. 6 S., R. 26 E. Burkhalter, Jr. Pump Co. 958-145-1 NEkNE sec. 14, James Craig 181 147 2 SA ---------82 T .......-.............-D T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Wilkinson 958-148-1 SWdWk slee. 16, Foremost ---............. 118 ..650 6 A L .0 13.1. .EL 18 R 195671.5 P T. 6 S., R. 25 E. Properties 958-148-2 ..-.do-------------do------Gray Wall and 5t50 260 8 F L .0 82.86 EL 14 + R .93-46 ---P N Pump Co.

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Casing Measurin! point Water Leveal wl Us Rema rk number Location Owner Driller 3e RUmarks ,l, a S, , ,,, 958-148-3 SSNWl sec. 16, Memorial Home Stevens Southern 407 280 10 r L 0.0 97.15 EL 12.5 R 1950 -P CF T, 6 8., R. 25 E. Community So. 958-149-1 NBSWk sec. 17, Foremost Proper-----------------8 F TC -7.54 94 T 13.55 11-13-58 --N T. 6 8., R. 25 8. ties 958-151-1 SWkNWk seea 13, St. Mary's Ivey 310 ---64 F TC .5 85 A 11.13 11-20-58 ---N C-17 T. 6 8., R. 24 E. Craft Corp. 958-151-2 .....-do ---. U.S. Geological U.S. Soil Conser22 22 It W TC .8 97 T 5.07 46-59 -0 CF Survey vation Service 958-154-1 SWkNEk sec. 16, U.S. Army ......------..... 400 -5 F T .1 90 T 10.2 66-34 72 N C-16 T. 6 8., R. 24 1. 0 958-155-1 N1WLk onc, 17, Florida Forest Gray and Stevens 680 420 6 F TCo 1.5 160 T 75.2 114-34 -D C-15 ; T. 6 8., R. 24 E. Service 958-155-2 -do--....... U.S. Geological U.S. Soil Conser15 13 W T 2.00 143 T 4.66 46-59 -0 C Survey vation Service 958-157-1 NWkSW sec. 13, U.S. Army Stevens Southern 685 342 12 F -..---149.05 EL 74 R 5-10-41 -P CF T. 6 8.,R. 23 E. Co. 958-158-1 SWkNWW see. 14, --do----Gray Wall and 661 380 10 F L .0 166.61 EL 91,0 R 51 ---F P CF T. 6 S., R. 23 B. Pump Co. 958-158-2 SWk8% sec. 14, -.--. do .--Stevens Southern 719 376 10 F L .0 160,22 EL 85.0 R 541 --P CF T. 6 8., R. 23 E. Co. 958-158-3 WkhNk sec, 14, ----.. do .---.----... ---. 718 345 12 F TC .0 153.20 EL 79.70 10-20-58 -N E T. 6 8., R. 23 E. 958-159-1 NW t ee. 15, ------do-----Gray Well and 524 --12 F L .0 192 T 117 R 5-41 .-P CF T. 6 8., R. 23 E. Eump Co. 958-159-2 NWMW see. 15, Strickland's oartridge Well 275 100 2 SA L .0 190 T 50 R 1955 --D T. 6 S., R. 23 E. Beach rilling Co. 958-200-1 NWSWk sea. 16, L. S. Joaey Wallace 115 90 2 SA L .0 -----.-30 R 1955 --0, I T. 6 8., R. 23 B.

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9 r____ l ocati Drl e I 1 5 Us* Rmt T. 6 1, .23 C 959.141-3 .---.2 doW...-, ....... do.. .Duval Drilling 605 420 12 V L ,0 60 T t10 4*. 3. -5 3 .P Co. 959-142-1 64BkIf see. 9, T. J. Ben I. J. Ben 18 ----k .... .. ............... .......... ....... .... 0i T. 6 S.. I, 26 ,. b 959-142-2 LWWd rge. 9, L. C. Deoa T. Beifl 47 ..-.* 2 V L .0 .......... 15 it 19-* .... Ir T. 6 S., I. 26 .p 959-147-1 Wk.Bk sec. 10, Shadowlavn Gray VDll and 68 -12 U TC .5 103 T 32.66 11-13-58 ---T. 6 S., R. 25 Z. Dairy Pump Co. 959-149-1 WtktW ec.. ..... --J-. Thoepson 500 250 8 F TC 7.4 96 T 9.0 6. 5.34 .... N C-18 T. 6 s., L. 25 E. 959-200-1 Wiik sec. 9, 0L.. Geological U.S. Soil Coner 15 18 1k V TC 1.8 222 T 2.59 4. 6-59 --.. 0 C T. 6 S., 3. 23 3. Survey aton Service 000-141-1 WkSk sec. 34, L. J. Ivey Partridge v 1l 365 300 3 I TCr 1.27 11 A +30.7 1-25-60 72 0, Ir T. 3 S., R. 26 E. Drilling Co. 000-141-2 grant, see. 38 HariLn Motel 0D. C. Harden431 84 3 F TI 1.8 10 A +13.25 68-60 74 D T. 6 8., 1. 26 8. brook 000-148-1 IhSak sec. 4, Sbadowlavn Humble Oil Co. 5,862 2,921 20 ---... -.... ........ 105.1 L ........ .---.... CFs, C E T. 6 S., 1. 25 E. Dairy 000-148-2 S.kWk sec. 4, .-----do ---------------------50 L .0 ---------26 R 1948 5 --.T. 6 I., R. 25 3. T 6 ./ i. :1 i. 6 s,, R. 2.5 !.

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Cui ng Measurin point Water level Well l S § l 3 nmber Location Owner Driller s: 5 U Re marks Wg I Sl d S A: ,s? |.u S§ i ,_ .1& II 000-151-1 NEkSW% sea. 36, Sam Saunder ----------275 --2 F L 0.0 -----+1.50 1-22-60 ---D, r T. 5 S., R. 24 5. S 000-151-2 S1BtSfk sec. 36, E. D. Saunders Wilen 400 -6 TCo .0 70 A +1.84 28-60 71.5 Ir, S T. 5 S., R. 24 E. 000-152-1 SSEkSt see. 35, Nathan Bore ...-------.---.30 W TCb 3.4 95 T 7.1 12-21-59 ---T. 5 S., R. 24 ., 001-142-1 SW~NB sec. 33, E. J. Studebaker--------------400 -4 Ta 2.3 14 A +21.5 1-26-60 73 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 26 3. 001-142-2 NNWkk see. 33, B. .Scott --..----. .485 --3 F TT 1.45 21 A +25.0 1-26-60 72.5 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 26 E. 001-143-1 SWkSBgk ec; 29, V. .'Powell D. C. Harden374 -3 F T 1,60 23 A +23.2 1-28-60 73 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 26 B. brook 001-144-1 SZkNB s ee. 31, Mrs. W.T. -----.do--420 60 3 F TT 3.40 31 A +23.5 1-26-60 74 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 26 B. Mitchell 8 002-142-1 NWh1W see. 28, Girl Scout Camp L. Ivey 400 72 6 F TT 1.1 12.84 EL +29.3 6-17-60 11.5 P C-12, Clay-1 T. 5 8., R. 26 B. 002-142-2 NB see. 29, -------do----D. C. Harden335 126 3 F TC 2.8 -------+35.0 .4-22-58 72 P T. 5 8., R. 26 B. brook 002-142-3 kSWg k see,. 28, J. M. Biddle ---do----388-3 F TT 1.65 18 A +25.0 1-25-60 71 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 26 B. 002-146-1 SWHtNk sec. 23, R. E. Lee ---do-528 120 2 F L .0 72 T 12 R 1952 ---D, Ir T. 5 8., R. 26 E. 8 002-149-1 SWNk sec. 29, Magnolia Land -------------. 40 ----. 2 W L .0 88 T 10 R 1954 -D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 25 E. Co. 002-149-2 ---. do------------do---------------15 -W TC .4 85 T 8.41 1-22-60 ---N 002-151-1 NBNB sec. 25, W, .Saunders Partridge Well 70 60 1 -W L .0 72 T 3R 11--59 -D, Ir T. 5 8., R. 24 B. Drilling Co.

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Coo A W181i level? numbar Locailoa Owmer Drll lr Vk I 'i U jl _I_ I Iiil pasI $ ma irks 002-153-1 StWk see, 32, TH, iC arr Hill 15 63 2 BA TC 1,5 95 T 18,06 17.60 "..i N T, 5 1 ,24 5, 002-1531.2 E4 ste, 232, Herbert kell J, Starltln 19 **..* i ToC 6 95 T 6.37 I 4.60 *r .I T, 5 1., 9, 24 3, 002.11533 .-do.* ..d..do.. .... Weeks 219 60 2 IA L .0 95 T 22 8 1953 *... D 003.142-1 Land grant, sc, 38, Florida Forest D, C. Harden400 ..... 3 F T 1,33 13 A +29.5 1.28-60 71 0, I T. 5 I,, I, 26 S, Service brook 003.145.1 Land grant, ec. 39, Luther Wilson C. D, Ace 450 80 4 F TC 3.6 21 A +29.3 19-59 73,8 C-10 T. I., 1. 25 E. 003-145-2 --.....do....... W. R Lee Partridle Wall 479 -3 F TCr .75 21 A +27.5 1-2.60 73 D, r Drilling Co. 003-151-1 NWkW rec. 13, Mrs. N. A. Stafford 498 300 3 F TIF 2.0 29.72 EL 441.7 87-40 72 D C-7, Clay.2 STo. 5 S,, B. 24 I. Chaulker 003-152-1 8A84 4 sec. 14, Claude Thomas K. W. Trout 194 *.*. 2 SA TT 1.2 25 T +14,5 I8.60 69,5 D T, 5 SI, R, 24 1, 003-152-2 8WSllk see. 14, Roy Robinson ..... do..-.210 80 2 SA TT 1.70 .-....---. +20.0 1-21-60 69 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 24 1, 003-153-1 MWN1k4 sec. 22, St. Mark's Partridge Well 480 80 3 F L .0 95 T 1 0R -59 --. P T. 5 S,, R, 24 E. Baptist Church Drilling Co. 004-141-1 Land grant se,. 38, L. C. McKee L. T. Ivey 500 137 4 F TT 1.85 17 A +29.9 1-15-59 76.2 D C-ll T. 5 B., R, 26 ,E 004-141-2 Land grant, se. 37, High Hammock D. C. Harden..-----.. 6 F(T TT 2.65 16 A +29.0 1-29-60 69 D, I T. 5 8., R. 26 1. Farms brook I 004-144-1 NH'Nk sec. 18, C. C. Howard Partridge Well 546 326 3 F TCr 1.24 13 A +34.5 1-28.60 74 D, I T. 5 8., R. 26 B. Drilling Co. 004-144-2 Land grant, eec. 40, ---------------------..-.... .-----. 4 ? TCb .0 ---------. +4.3 1-28-60 73 D Ti 5 8., R. 26 1. 004-145-1 HESk sec. 14, Dr. Luke Glennan------3 F( TT 1.75 12 T +28.5 1-20-60 74 D, & T. 5 8., R. 25

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Casing neasuria point Water level w lli number Location Owner Driller Use Remarks _______ aJd <_ 5 l 5L I -- & 604-147-1 NBSWk 8ee. 10, R. E. Thorp D. C. Harden485 200 3 F TT 1.75 18 A +26.5 1-20-60 72 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 25 E. brook 004-148-1 LNWWk ale. 9, R. J. Wolfe Owens 450--3 F TCr .30 5A +43.5 1-20-60 1 D,, Ir TI 5 S., R. 25 B. 004-149-1 SWANB sec. 8, Clyde Pierce Partridge Well 575 --. 4 F TCr 2.6 19 A 440.0 1-20-6Q 71 Ir, 8 T. 5 8., R. 25 E. Drilling Co. 004-150-1 SWBk sea. 7, R. 1. Giiore ------do--475 -3 F T 1.6 17 A +50.0 1-21-60 71 D, Ir T. 5 S., R. 25 E. 004-151-1 WIW7 k sec. 13, SBlvyn Frisbee Stafford 360 330 3 F ------40 A ..---.--------71.8 P C-8 'T. 5 8., R. 24 B. 004-153-1 WWBk aec. 10, Hercules Inc. --------------6153 F Tra 2.5 26 A 443.0 16-60 --D 6' T, 5 8., R. 24 E. 004-153-2 ----. do-..... .S Allen Partridge Well 500 -'3 F TCr .65 17 A +50.0 1-19-60 79 D, Ir Drilling Co. 58k 1. 7T 8 004-159-1 NBtSkE sec. 10, Louie Crter ..............--58 1 W T 1.9 87 T .8 12-16-5 70.5 D T. 5 S., R. 23 E. 005-141-1 NSB3SBk seB .4, 1. B. Orsburn Partridge Well 525 ..3 F TCo 1.1 13 T +27.0. 1-29-60 73 D, Ir T. 5 8., R. 26 3. Drilling Co. 005-143-1 NBSWl seec. 5, Gale Roeuing Miller 500 330 4 F TA 2.40 14 A +31.0 29-60 67 D, Zr T. 5 S., R. 26 E. 005-145-1 ItWkh sea 1, F. T. Huntley Stevens Southern 700 -6 F TD 1.5 19 A +29.0 114-60 74 Ir 8 T. 5 8., R. 25 B. Co. 005-145-2 HBMSI sec. 2, S. E. Hickerson D. C. Harden500 219 6 F TT 2.94 19 A +26.0 1-14-60 73.5 Ir E; 0 T. 5 S., R. 25 B. brook 005-150-1 SWkSBi sec. 6, D. E. Baxley Owens 476 420 2 F TB 1.55 25 T +28.8 1-20-60 72 D, I T. 5 8., R. 25 B. 005-151-1 NNBklk sec. 37, 8 .BJennings C. T. Ivey 419 36 6 F TT 3.0 22 T +28.6 1-13-59 72.2 D, 8 C-9, Clay-3 T. 5 8., R. 24 B.

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mbser Losaleie Ov Drtler M i e I, E rks T. 5 1., 4, 34 006-1411 La grantt sec.4, e .0. Iutler partrlid. YWLl 750 320 3 F TI 2,2 7 T +32.1 1-29-60 74 0, Ir T, 4 I.5, I 26 I, Drllltni Co, 006-1441L NBkU se. 6, 3, 0, Saunders Hoody 550 440 31 C ,35 15 A +27,5 1-29-60 72.5 D, r T. 5 S., R. 26 8. 006-146-1 llk4Vk sec. 35, Jacksonville C. T, Ivey 414 100 8 F 3.0 8 T 445.0 64-34 72.5 D C-6, Clay-28 T. 4 S.. R. 25 E. Brick and Tile Co, 006-146-2 kWIrk sec. 2. L. 5. LovetC artrLdge Mell 414 310 3 F TI ,13 45 A +1.3 1-15-60 71 D, T. 4 ., L 25 E. Drtllins Co. S006-147-1 WkML sec. 34, V. I, HBsena D. C. Harden350 --.. 3 P TT 2.3 10 A +35.0 1-15-60 73 D, Ir T. 4 S., R. 25 5. brook 006-149-1 W8UkWsk c. 32, T. J. Jen g ---.---........-48L 80 4 F TV 3.3 29.37 EL +25.8 6-15-60 72 8 Clay-4 T. 4 8., i. 25 E. 006-149-2 M31kI c sec. 32, John Huntley Stevens Southern 530 157 4 F T 2.5 26.51 EL +23.0 6-15-60 73 D, Zr Clay-3 T. 4 8., R. 25 .C. 006-150-1 W514S sec. 30, F. P. Davis .W. Trout 69 ---2 V L .0 ------15 R ........ .... D, Ir, T. 4 8,, R. 25 E. 006-150-2 SEtSk see. 31, Irvin Padgett Ovens 600 200 3 F TT 1.9 32 A +24.25 1-19-60 71 D, I. T. 4 8., R. 25 E. 8 006-151-1 SkWk sec. 25, A. D. Crit M. .Trout 70 70 2 W L .0 73 T 15 1954 --D, Ir T. 4 B., R. 24. 006-152-1 SWUSMk se. 26, Karvin Padgett --------------8 ---1 TC 2.0 --------5.75 15-60 ---T. 4 5., R. 24 E. 006-152-2 WIek sec. 35, Avnor Hatcher Ellison 194 ---2 SA ..---.85 T .... .-----. ------. D T. 4 S., R. 24 E. '* * '*. ) .'

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Casing Measurjin point Water level number Location Owner Driller e se R ma rks em 5a aM a .B H. 1J 006-159-1 SWkSBt sec. 27, Hiram Padgett H. Stokes 68 50 2 W TC 0.9 78 T 7.45 12-15-59 70.5 D T. 4 S., R. 23 B. 006-159-2 SI~ k sec. 27, Hardy Padgett -------do------62 -2 W TC .7 85 T 9.24 12-17-59 70.5 D T. 4 S., R. 23 E. 007-142-1 SqSWk sec. 28, G. C. Courley Partridge Well 750 --3 F TCr 1.4 12 A +31.5 1-29-60 76 D, Ir T. 4 S., R. 26 S. Drilling Co. 007-143-1 NS~Bt k sec. 29, John H. Pace, Jr. Stevens Southern 473 356 8 F TT 1.3 3 A +38.0 15-59 74.2 D, 5 T. 4 S., R. 26 .Co. 007-144-1 NBkSWk see. 30, Shank Partridge Well 485 ----2 F TCr .80 8 A +36.7 25-60 71 D, Ir T. 4 S., R. 26 E. DrilIng Co. 007-145-1 SWkSWH sec. 25, B. F. Cherry -------do-----450---2 F TCr 1.45 8 T +26.0 1-15-60 71 0, Ir %Q T. 4 S., R. 25 E. 007-145-2 ---... do------George Murdock, H. W. Trout 400 --4 F TCr 1.40 ..-----+19.75 1-19-60 71 D, Ir Jr. 007-147-1 NEkSlk sec. .8, P. L. Knight --.. do-----460 ---3 F TT 1.68 31 A +20.0 1-15-60 72 0, Ir T. 4 S., R. 25 .E 007-158-1 NEkSWk sec. 26, Farley Austin H. Stokes 60 48 2 W TC .7 88 T 1.98 12-17-59 70.5 S T. 4 S., R. 23 E. 007-159-1 HEkS, sec. 21, Floyd Johns -------do------80 ---2 W TC .9 80 T 13.66 12-15-59 ---0, S T. 4 S., R. 23 B. 007-159-2 INtkWk sec. 27, Clay Hill -------------20 --1 W TC .7 95 T 5.57 12-16-59 69.5 P T. 4 S., R. 23 E. Baptist Church 007-200-1 SEkSEk sec. 21, Ernie L. H. Stokes 135 125 2 SA TC 1.0 80 T 16 R 9-54 --D T. 4 S., R. 23 E. Padgett 007-200-2 .--...do -.......------do------------------11 10 1 W TPS 3.0 80 T 7.22 2-17-60 ---N 008-143-1 NWENsk sec. 13, James Sanders Partridge Well 460 120 3 F TCr 1.55 28 A +20.5 1-15-60 --D T. 4 S., R. 25 E. Drilling Co.

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Ca$ "6urws potas Wate l? 1 001452 k see 24, L Cabi Fish ........ 10 ..... T 0,75 .... ...... +7,5 1.43.60 *.. 0, It 00-146-t WuMSk sma, 23, 8. F, Burres Owna 104 SA 1, .0 -........ 3 5 1953 ..-. 0, Ir T, 4 8I,, 25 006.155-1 MnY tI se, 17, 8, .Jeanlags Stafford 8 300 3 --....... 35 T -.-... ... ... 71.5 N Wt. C,$ T. 4 S., a. 24 B, 008-159-1 MlWkt ase, 22, 0. Vl Wilklnson ............... 21 ..... .... V TC 2.7 85 T 16.2 12-15-59 --v T, 4 S., 1. 23 B. 006-200-1 klV k sec. 21, John Wilkinson U. T. Wright 142 35 2 IA TC 1.5 75 T 3.5 a 9. .57 .*D T. 4 ., B. 23 E, S009-142.1 SWk see. 41. A. N. Barrlastoa Parrtridge W11 450 *3 F1 T .5 16 A +27.1 11-18-8 74.5 P C-2 0 T.4 8., .26. 8 Drillan Co. 009-142-2 Land grant, se. 4 Holly Polant Stvaen Souther 600 296 6 1 -... -... 10 T +34.65 R -.73.9 F CF T. 4 S., 26 E. Developmst Co. Co. 009-143-1 SItSk see. 7. Terkes Lab. of D. .oods 516 500 4 F ------.... ........ .. .D C-1 T. 4 S., R. 26 1. Primate 8ology 009-200-1 S1IZk see. 16, Jack UWlkinson .Stokes 58 58 2 U TC 1.4 ---------9.93 12-18-59 70.2 T. 4 S., B. 23 8. 009-202-1 UJWi see. 18, J. E. Albbri ......-do---115 113 2 A C 1.0 155 T 10.05 216-60 .... D T. 4 S., R. 23 E. 010-141-1 Land gran, sec. 41, T. J. cGriffLn, L. .Ivey 530 350 5 F Tr .9 12 A +30.0 11-17-58 83.3 0 C-4 T. 4 S., R. 26 B. Jr. 010-142-1 -------do ---------------partridge Well 450 315 2 F TC .7 22 A 21.8 11-18-58 76.2 D Drilling Co. 010-142-2 -----do-----Dr. Edwin P. Allen 450 300 4 F T 3.2 15 A +30.5 11-19-58 74 0D C-3 HeInrich 010-142-3 ------do----------------43 --2 V TC .3 14 T 11.42 11-18-58 -N 010-142-4 ---do---Frank W. Brown Stvens Southern 405 335 8 F --1.9 22 T +30.2 2-18-42 --P CF Inc. Co.

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Casing Heasurie s point Water level number Location Owner Driller A u .Use emarks T. 4 S., .25 E. _______ t W & so _____ 010-142-5 Land grant, sec. 41 Clay County Bd. D. Partridge 454 294 2 F -------18 T ........ ---.... C T. 4 S., R. 26 5. of Public In.tr. 010-145-1 SWME sec. 42, Fred Spencer Duke end Owens 500 -3 F L 0.0 38 A +10.5 1-26-60 ---8 T. 4 8., R. 25 S. 011-149-1 SStNWIk seec. 5, --do---do-----------------121 ----6 SA TC .32 ----------7.80 1-26-60 ---D T. 4 S., R. 25 E. 011-159-1 WkmW% sc. 3, M. T. Knight ------.--..... .17 12 k1 W TC 2.9 85 T 9.78 12-14-59 ---D T. 4 S., R. 23 5. 011-201-1 NWV k sec. 5, H. A. StrickI. Stokes 135 85 2 SA TC 1.5 95 T' +4.5 2-16-60 ---D T. 4 S., R. 23 E. land 0 i Union County 955-225-1 NkWNBk sec. 32, H. S. Pinkton Acme Drilling 110 60 4 7 TC 0.5 113 A 59.56 1-28-60 -D T. 6 S., R. 19 B. Co. 955-225-2 WIWWk sec. 3, R i. Haurick K. Clyatt 91 84 2 F TC .0 ------70 R 2-58 ---D T. 6 S., R. 19 1. 955-225-3 SWttWk ec. 33, John D. 8. Parrish 53 48 2 SA TC .0 ---------45 7-58 -D T. 6 S., R. 19 E. Bielling 955-225-4 SWSWk sec. 33, U.S. Corps of U.S. Corps of 155 --. 6 F L .0 114.5 EL 59.3 R 117-32 --N C T. 6 S., R. 19 S. Engineers Engineers 956-222-1 SAkW k sec. 26, Junior Rainey J. Rainey, Sr. 25 25 1h W TC 3.0 ---------7.83 1-28-60 -D T. 6 8., R. 19 E. 956-223-1 8SISWkl sec. 23, J. T. Thomes J. T. Thomas 98 80 2 TC .0 --------63 R 6-57 --D T. 6 8., R. 19 S. 956-225-1 EkSEB see. 29, Clay Co-op Albert .iller 126 78 4 F TC .5 ---------60 R 11-59 -Id T. 6 S., R. 19 B. Power Co. 956-226-1 NWSElk see. 30, I. A. Waters 1-----5 1-.--lk TC .0 -------6 R 1951 --D T. 6 8., R. 19

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c.. ._. a !aMfs i 9,La .49 Mate level Watt ti g Ian Owner p I I lj 9562326,2 WWk l* 20, W, I, Irown Albert H, hils 350 270 a TC 1,0 124 A 90 A 1957 ... T, 6 a,, i, 19 3, 956.227,1 2kNW% @es, 30, J. F, Douglas J. F. Douglas 13 12 1k W TC .5 .*... 7 (11o .S9 **. T. 6 8., 3, 19 E, 956-228-1 WIWk see, 26, W, H. Tomlinson ., Hevitt 65 53 2 F TC 1.0 *...... 43 1 1-10-60 *-. D T, 6 81, 3, 18 I, 957-221-1 WiMW see. 19, Hoyt Hanna Albert H. illes 112 82 4 A TC 1.0 .......... 4.93 212-60 ---D T. 6 8, 1 .20 I. 957-221-2 ---do ....... --....... do....... D, Duke 79 2 A TC 1.0 6.42 2-1260 -957-223-1 WkWk sec. 14, Glenn Howard Albert H. Millet 120 88 4 IA TC 1.0 -.----63 1 1955 -D ST. 6 8., R. 19 0j 957-223-2 8AlMk sc. 22, C. L. Brown --do ---291 103 10 f TCo .0 141 A 78.70 116-59 -Ir Co T. 6 8., R. 19 B. 78.82 5-18-60 957-224-1 UW8ik seM. 15, J. 8, Howard ---------125 -4 SA TC .5 -.------73.62 116-59 -D T. 6 ,., 1. 19 2. 957-225-1 WUk see. 21, U.S. Geological U.S. *eological 18 15 1t V TC 2.0 ------4.37 42-59 68 0 T. 6 8., R. 19 E. Survey Survey 957-226-1 WIkSk sic. 18, A. 8. BULelling J. J. iare 147 86 6 F TC .5 .-----60 R 1950 -D, u T. 6 8., R. 19 B. 957-227-1 SWk lk see. 24, 8. H. Brown .-----.--330 12 15 10 1 TB 1.0 132 A 88.49 5-20-60 72.3 Ir T. 6 8., R. 18 E. 957-228-1 WlkSk sec. 13, C. L. Clyatt ..---...-25 25 I W TC .5 ---------7 1955 ---. D T. 6 8., R. 18 B. 958-218-1 SWta k sec. 16, Sober Johns Green 85 42 2 A TC .5 ---------22 R 9. -49 -T. 6 8., R. 20 E. p

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Casng Measurit point Water level T. 6 S., R. 19 B. 958-222-2 --d--------do----------2 --1 T 1.5 -----4.20 25-60 ---D 958-224-1 WkSat sec. 15, Canova Howard Albert B. Miller 128 96 4 SA TC 1.0 ----68 R 10-58 -D T. 6 S., R. 19 1. 958-225-1 SBVWk sac. 16, C. L. Brown ....... do--309 138 10 F TC .5 ----89.87 116-59 ---r T. 6 8., R. 19 B. 958-227-1 W' uM sea. 12, Dewitt Brooks D. Brooks 30 30 1I W TC 3.0 ------3.5 R 1956 --D T. 6 S., R. 18 B. 958-229-1 SWAk sec. 10, J. D. Douglas Bub Williaam 112 112 2 SA TO 1.5 -----107 R 1952 -D ST. 6 S., R. 18 S. 958-229-2 ----do---------do----J. D. Douglas 22 21 1A W TO .5 ----9 R 1948 -D, S 958-230-1 IWlSIk sec. 10, A.MK.. Church .---------.15 15 I W TC 2.5 ---------9.04 2-11-59 65 T. 6 S., R. 18 B. 958-231-1 MNEW sec. 17, Ruby Williams Bub Williams 70 63 2 F TO 1.0 ---------60 R 1953 -D T. 6 8., R. 18 E. 958-231-2 SW1H8g sec. 8, Romeo Williams ------do-----90 84 2 F T .5 -------60 R 1951 --D T. 6 8., R. 18 E. 958-233-1 IS~Sk seec. 12, A. L. Brown J. Wilhoit 205 ---4 TF .7 --------50.80 86-57 -D T. 6 S., R. 17 B. 959-216-4 NSkSWk sec. 2, Frank Laffin D. Duke 60 42 2 SA TO .5 -------7 R 1945 --D T. 6 8., R. 20 E. 959-217-1 NMkW' sea. 10, C. 0. Welch ..---......... 225 --6 P TO .0 116 A 51.02 115-59 72 Ir T. 6 B., R. 20 B. 959-217-2 NEkSlk sec. 10, --...do--.-----.----61 ---2 SA TO 1.5 --------40.94 115-59 -D T. 6 5., R. 20 B. 958-33 8g8B~~c.2, AILBr on Ll Wiho ~ 20 )----) 4IF TP ,7 -~----)018 1 -6-7)---:

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T99-224-1 Ik6 , J Waer .aer 7 ..2 1955 ... D0 9%9*22417 HS k on see C 0J. ailhers .J. Waters 87 WA TC 0.5 .......... 16.2 4 1955 .*. D T. 6 S., R19 2 959-229-1 sWINUk sei, 12, Eurle Brown Keen 264 88 7 4 F TC 1.0 .......... 120 R 1949 ....**** D S. T, 6 ,S, R. 18 E. 959.231-1 IE0 k sec. 5, Jessie E. Gay J. E. Cay 28 25 1t W TC 3.0 .......... 14 R 1. 5-60 -... D T. 6 8., R. 18 E. 959-233-1 NWZUk se. 12, Mrn. Smith J. VWlhoit 106 80 4 r TC .5 129.73 EL 94.07 12-11-57 .... D T. 6 8., R. 17 E. Williams 959-233-2 SWkWk sec. 6, John Smith .......do...--. 131 78 4 F TC .5 --------. .98 12-10-57 ---D CF T. 6 8., ,. 18 E. 000-220-1 NZkWk sec. 31. Union County J. Wilhoit 265 84 4 F TC .0 .-------. .74 R 9-56 ..-P T. 5 S., R. 20 E. School Ud. 000-220-2 SBkWk sec. 31, C. C. Crawford B. Dekle 95 **--2 SA TC .5 ..------.30 R 1948 ---D T. 5 S., R. 20 ., 000-226-1 SklNEk ec. 31, Ray Crawford J. Green 108 86 2 SA TC 1.0 ---------64 R 1949 .--. D, S T. 5 S., R. 19 E. 000-226-2 WhtS8k sec. 31, ------do-..--.. -...---. do-----69 ----2 SA TC 1.0 ---.......... 18.02 2-11-60 -N T. 5 S., R. 19 E. 000-227-1 HWhk seec. 1, T. H. Crawford Acme Drilling 142 17 4 SA ---------149 A .---.. ------.... D T. 6 S., R. 18 E. Co. 000-230-1 HNklk sec. 4, Raleigh Belling .J. J Hare 120 60 4 F TC .5 ---------100 R 1952 .--. D T. 6 S., R. 18 e. 000-232-1 tWkT sec. 5, Tanner ---..-----.15 ..... lk W TT .7 145.6 EL 3.35 12-11-57 ---D T. 6 S., R. 18 E.

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Caesng Measurng pooLnt Hater level T. S. .18 .Co 000-232-3 eW0 sea. 5, R. Tanner J, Witholt 95 10.11-57 74 D onb00 r Locatihon sner Driller U 0 C 98 R 9 -emark $T. 6 S., R. 17 g. __ _________ _____I M 000-232-2 NWkSN sec. 32, ul .Hrden Acme Drilling 113 ---4 F TC 1.0 --------74.20 2/10/60 -D T. 5 S., R. 18 .Co. 000-232-3 0 W" Sk sec. 5, R. Tanner J. Wilhoit 165 90 4 F TY 1.1 153 T 95 10-11-57 74 D T. 6 8., R. 18 E. 97.40 129-58 000-233-1 NWkS sec. 1, C. n. Woodley Henderson 125 105 4 F TC .0 ..------98 R 9-55 ---D T. 6 S., R. 17 E. 001-219-1 S10ks sec. 31, City of Lake ----------Ac --357 12 F TPB 1.0 ------67.39 5-19-60 ---T. 5 8., R. 20 E. otler 001-219-2 -d---------do -----------------402 30 10 F TPB 1.0 ---------60 R 194 8 72 001-220-1 NHEIk ssec. 30, Arch Dobbs D. Duke 71 --2 A TC 1.5 ------8.22 11 -5-59 -D T. 5 S., R. 20 B. 0 0021 S00122-24SkS4 sec. 30, 0. H. Langley ------------60 42 2 A TC 1.0 ---------10 R 11-58 -D T. 5. S. R. 20 E. 001-224-1 W -k sec. 33, U.S. Geological Albert H. Miller 256 198 4 F L .0 156 A 90.5 98-59 75 0 CF, 1, G T. 5 S., R. 19 S. Survey 001-227-1 SWHk sec. 25, International --------------O110 70 3 SA TC .0 ---------90 R 9-50 ---D T. 5 S., R. 18 E. Paper Co. 001-231-1 gSSkSk sgeec. 29, Odin Biulling Acme Drilling 145 90 4 F TC 1.0 134 A 84.40 2-10-60 -0 D, S. T. 5 S., R. 18 E. Co. 001-231-2 HWkSWk sec. 28, W. S. Roberts Ben Smith 98 60 2 SA TC 2.0 ---------65 R 3-58 ---D-T. 5 S., R. 18 E. 002-213-1 Wlkgk sec. 29, J. H. Conner R. Green 75 35 2 SA TC 1.0 ---------68 R 9-59 ---D T. 5 S., R. 21 E. 002-214-1 SHWkN see. 30, Mrs. Mary Mott .--------------55 42 1 W TO 1.5 ---------58 R 1955 ---D T. 5 S., R. 21 E. 002-216-1 WktSBl sec. 23, I. B. Harrlon a---------------99 --1 It $A TC 1.5 ---------11.33 113-59 H-N T. 5 S., R. 20 1. 002-216-2 .... do---..... ......-do----....... ...----.... 6 -2 A T 1.0 ---------. 10.12 113-59 -N

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wellL C____ ir i h/ Ii I ( Ie number Locaston owner Drllr 5 er Use 002l2181 48L 4 L, ee. 21, U.S. Ceololcal U.I. Soll Con26 23 l V TC 1.9 -.......* 7,02 42.9 .... 0 C l, 5 8., 1. 20 9, Survey servatona Sev4ct 002-218.2 IOkgk sre, 21, Hermn f. godges H. I. Rodges 8 78 1I SA TC .0 *........ 4 a 1952 .. D T. 5 8., R, 20 2, 002-218-3 WUkMN see. 21, Hrman Robert D. Duke 70 60 2 SA TC 1.0 -....--. 7 10-25-59 -... D T, 3 S., R. 20 g. 002-219-1 NEMWf see. 29, Butler Hendricks B. Hendricks 47 45 it v IC 1.5 .......... 16 R 1945 .... D T. 5 A., R. 20 ,. 002-223-1 MWUrM see. 22, Oven -llinoIs D. Rovell 175 *. 6 SA TC .0 146 A 13.51 116-59 -... T. 5 8., R. 19 E. Glass Co. 002-230-1 WIWt sec. 21, LeoM Croft Acm Drilling 136 ---4 8A TC .5 132 A 81.85 2-10-59 --... S1T. 5 1., I. 18 i. S003-213-1 wSlu 4 se. 17, Mrs. D. V. L. Barton 100 58 2 SA TC 1.5 .......... 20.5 I 107-59 .... D T. 5 S., R. 21 E. Mattox 003-214-1 W~Ih see. 19, R. A. Reddish John Hunt 53 ..--. 14 I TC 5.0 .......... 8.15 113-59 ---D T. 5 5., R. 21 1. 003-214-2 INW srec. 18, Mrs. Nola Cason J. A. Burnett 165 45 2 SA TC 1.0 .......... 8 R 1957 .--D T. 5 S., 3. 21 E. 003-215-1 MW M sec. 24, M. D. Dobbs ---............... 17 17 TC 1.8 ---------6.85 5* 9-58 ---p T. 5 S., 3, 20 E. 003-219-1 kWtf sea. 17, Johnny Arnold D. Duke --. ----2 SA TR 1.0 150 A 12.33 114-59 .--D T. 5 S., R. 20 003-224-1 S8Ut see. 16, Oven-Illinolt Duval Drilling 396 70 8 F TC 1.5 132 A 71.42 71-60 73 Ir T. 5 S., R. 19 E. Glass Co. Co. 003-229-1 StkSk sec. 11, Royce Shai D. Dukes 20 20 Ik V TC 1.5 ---------7 R 1950 .--D T. 5 S., R. 18 003-231-1 SEkNlq sre. 17, D. H. Croft C. Allen 25 20 Il V TC .0 .------8 R 2-10-60 *--D T. 5 S., R. 18 E.

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Caing Measurin point Water level number Location Owner Driller U n a U Rema l Imrks 004-211-1 StIkBE" sec. 10, Florida State Duval Drilling 612 281 12 P --F------. 71.5 2-27-56 -P CF T. 5 S., i. 21 8. Prison Co. 004-211-2 .--do--* ----do---Ohio Well 518 195 12 F .-----. ------------------N Drilling Co. 004-211-3 WtQt sec. 15, .---.do S---a Sevena Southei 430 288 12 F TC 1.0 127.0 -L 58.33 114-40 --Ir C T. 5 S., R. 21 E. oCo. 004-213-1 88------k .8, Florida Forst -------102 60 1 SBA L .0 ------4 R 1950 ---T. 5 8., R 21 E. Service 004-214-1 WNA1k sec. 18, Hubert Bennett J. Burnett 96 70 2 SA CT .5 -------... 6 R 108-45 --D T. 5 8., R. 21 B. 004-224-1 WtWk 4 ec. 10, Oven-Illinois --------------40 31 2 W TCo 1.0 ..-----.. .10.01 2-11-60 --D ST. 5 8., R. 19 .Glass Co. 004-226-1 NEkNE see. 7, C. D. K. Clyatt 75 63 2 SA TC .5 --------8 R 7-57 --D T. 5 S., R. 19 B. Winningham 004-227-1 SGkSWk sec. 6, Croft J. Wilhoit 175 140 2 F TC .0 -----..... 110 R 1955 --D T. 5 8.. R. 19 B. 004-228-1 NhWkW seec. 1, Mrs. Mary L. Bradley 158. --.4 F TC 1.0 142 A 87.43 25-60 .--. N T. 5 8., R. 18 B. Courson 004-228-2 StiWh sec. 12, H. C. Brannon ---...---.----. 18 15 1 W TC 1.5 ..-----.. .6.40 28-60 --D T. 5 8., R. 18 B. 004-229-1 WkIWN sec. 10, New Zion ----....--17 17 1 W TC 2.5 ---------8.28 41-58 66 P T. 5 S., R. 18 R. Cemetery 004-230-1 SW'kSW sec. 3, Nelson D. Croft ---------30 20 1 W TC 1.0 ----...... .12.15 28-60 --. D T. 5 8., R. 18. 005-222-1 SNWh sec. 1, Mt. Zion ........ .35 --W TC 2.0 .------19.99 41-58 67.3 P T. 5 S., R. 19 E. Cemetery 005-228-1 N1NWk sec. 1, Douglas Cmeter --------38 ---L TC 2.5 ---------9.53 41-58 66 P T. 5 8., R. 18 E.

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Ceai lo MuialH -L number Locaton Owner Drillor Pe s r ks 006.-09.1 HWli erc.t 36, New lv er .--.... ..... 51 .. 2 W TC 3,0 **.......* 7,41 L. 2.59 .*-. T, 4 ,., R, 21 1. Hathodlit Church 006-212-1 lll8 sec# 2, Hr. W, F. J. Burnett 80 63 2 SA TC .0 *......... 10 R 6.58 *-.D T. 4 S., R. 21 I. Rosier 006-215-1 SIIiE noc. 36, H. W. Kiler .......do ..... 140 69 2 SA TC ,.0 .......... 54 R 8-55 .-* D T. 4 58, R. 20 S, 007-209-1 SWkN seec 25, Ruffin Oriffis R riffi 65 40 lk IA TO 4.0 .......... 9 R 1950 .... D T. 4 s., R. 21 e. 007.210-1 SkMU sec. 23, W. H. Clayton J. A. Burnett 62 48 2 SA TC .5 .......... 8 R 7-29.59 -D T. 4 1., R. 21 .t -007-211-1 NBWk5k ec*. 27, Carlos Rosler ....---do.... 180 -. .2 IA TC 0 .......... 60 R 7-58 ---D o T. 4 81, R. 21 I. 007.212-1 WIkSWt sle. 28, Melvin Harris .......do-.... 135 74 2 IA TC .0 --.-----.35 R 11-5 .... D T. 4 8., R. 21 E, 007-222-1 IWtSC sec. 23, U.I. Geololical Central Florida 724 694 8 F TC 2.95 155.75 EL 90.85 8-26-60 73 0 CF, I T. 4 S., R. 19 ,E Survey Well Drillers 008-210-1 SeSF sec,~. 23, H. .Griffis H. M. Griffi 35 35 lk W TO 1.5 ------.. .. 4 R 6-52 ---D T. 4 S., R. 21 E, ADJACENT COUNTIIES Baker County 009-227-1 N4W fk sec. 7. Owen-Illinois Fields and Ran92 --10 SA TC 0.6 145.0 EL 85 4-10-58 .--OT 2 T. 4 S., R. 19 8. Glass Co. dill Drilling Co 014-208-1 SWnSrk see. 18 State of Florida ---------.----. 650 600 8 F TE .8 137.37 EL 72.49 1-26-60 .---T. 3 ., R. 22 E.

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Casing Measuring point Water level WDllal County 011-146-1 WlkSyP sec. 35, J. H. Stanley H. W, Trout 220 185 2 F L 0.0 13 T +5.9 1-26-60 72 D, Ir T. 3 8., R. 25 E. 011-r146-2 .-doL.D. Skinner Drller 190 2 .0 13 T + 7 1-26-60 71 D 012-141-1 NB.Hi k sec. 44, Jacksonville Stevens Southern 646 271 12 F --. ----. -...----. *...--p 012-142-1 NW1%S sec. 44, ..do---Stanley .o. Trout 22096 316 10 F L .0 20 T +27.98 R 71 -50 72, T. 3. S., R. 26 S. 013-140-1 and grant sec. 23, Jac---donville Steven-------708 46 271 12 F .... .........---..........-----......----..........-.. T. 3 S., R. 26 E. T. 3.5S. R. 268E. 013-140-1 Land granteec, 23,d----do----------------------708 463 8 ---------------------------------------------N T. 3 S., R. 26 3. 013-140-2 --do.------do--Stevens Southern 1005 380 100 0 12 F L .0 9.25 EL 443.7 R 8-40 80.5 P Co. 013-140-3 -----. do ---------do-----------do---998 464 12 F L .0 ...-----. -445.88 R 7-50 82 1 013-141-1 Land grant sac. 39, -----do----------do----1,015 318 12 F L .0 20.82 EL +46.62 R 7-50 ---P CP T. 3 S., R. 26 B. 013-142-1 SA l sec. 42, -------do-----------do .... 988 400 12 F L .0 15.5 EL +50.92 R 7-50 ---CF T. 3 8., R. 26 E. 013-153-1 SWM sec. 22, .....---do---------d-990 433 10 F L .0 80.02 EL 17.23 R 5-41 ---CF T. 3 S., R. 24 E. 013-153-2 NA~k8k sec. 22, .----do ---Duval Drilling 950 450 10 F L .0 75 T 33 R --. -..-T. 3 S., R. 24 S. Co. 013-153-3 SAEHMk sec. 22, ----do---. -Stevens Southern 887 400 10 F L .0 80 T 31 R .---.-1 T. 3 S., R. 24 B. Co. 014-152-1 SWkSWk sec. 14, ---do---Duval Drilling -----........----...--......-------77.2 P T. 3 S., R. 24 .Co.

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C as. Im.srtnta potin Waer level mber. Locatlon Du rter Use aerks 014-15i22 MkiIk sea, 15, Jacksonvllle Gray Well and 1,303 485 12 F L 0,0 80 T 28 1 -....... 78,3 p T, 3 .8, I, 24 3, PAS Pump Co, 014-153-1 SI tW se, 10, -.......do .....* Stevens Southerl 780 440 10 F ... *....... 79,6 El ....... ....*.. ....* W C T, 3 8, R, 24 3. Co, 014.153-2 .......do ....... -....... do........ --..do ...... 82 467 10 F TC 1,07 83 7 25,77 1-23-59 --.. N Gllchrist County 936-243-1 IzK sec. 20, V. N. White GainCsvllle 327 325 4 TC 1,0 72,54 EL 5.63 4*2258 ...D T, 10 S., R. 16 B. Equipnt Co. Levy County 0 --------------------------------------I-____ ____ --926-230-1 MWUkM sec. 15, U.S. Geological U.S. Geological 7 5 1 .-. T'C 0.0 55.3 EL 5.92 10-23-58 -T. 12 S .R. 18 E. Survey Survey 930-233-1 SWt see. 24, .E. eir. -o--do---7 5 1 --TC 1.5 43,33 L 3.43 2-10-58 56 0 T. 17 S., R. 14 E. Putnm County 934-158-1 S3t3k sec. 34, G. V. Lee Gainesville 261 207 4 F L 0.0 90.85 EL 9 25-58 ---D T. 10 S., R. 23 E. Equipment Co. 939-202-1 SE1Wk sec, 6, T, J. Tyler S. Jordan 83 80 2 SA TC 1.0 159 T 26 1 1948 ---D T. 10 S., R. 23 E. 942-200-1 MISBc sec. 8, Lake Rosa ------... ----. .129 ---10 F TC .2 99.61 EL 10.65 26-56 --T. 9 S., R. 23 E. Community 942-200-3 INHE3M sec. 17, U.S. Geological Central Florida 54 41 6 W TCo 3.0 -------37.45 12-30-58 ---0 C T. 9 S8. R. 23 E. Survey Well Drillers 4..I

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Casing Measuring point Wter level I w e Ra number Location Owuer Driller g Ue Re.arks 4 U j U ,____s 1 Id 1 942-202-1 NtSi sec. 13, Archie Yoeman S. Jordan 175 84 2 1 TC .0 ----60 R -.-----D, Ir T. 9 S., R. 22 E. 942-202-2 88Z% sec. 18, W. R. Campbell -------30 -1 W TC 1.5 -----15.76 7-28-59 -N T. 9 S., R. 23 E. 943-152-1 N2N lee. 10, Gene Wise P. Sikel 151 --3 SA C .3 124.89 EL 43.63 9-17-59 --, T. 9 S., R. 24 B. 944-157-2 1HB % seec. 1, Abeline Baptist B. McCollie 119 80 2 SA TC .3 110 T 32 R 6-58 -T. 9 S., R. 23 B. Church 945-142-1 8AW6 l sec. 33, Hudson Pulp and Loyne-Atlantic 700 174 12 F L .0 ..--.-27 R 4-28-56 -Id CF, T. 8 S., R. 26 E. Paper Co. Co. 950-137-1 Nt~ sec. 5, B. J. Rickey --------------241 96 3 F TB 2 14 A +17.8 2-15-60 76 8 ST. 8 S., R. 27 E. 1-' ->

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Table 4. Geologic Logs of Selected Wells Fh geologic names used in this report conform to the usage of the Florida Geological Survey and also, except for the Choctawhatchee Formation and the Ocala Group and its subdivisions, with those of the ir.S Geological Survey. 1umbers preceded by W are Florida Geological Survey well numbers. Alachua County Well 936-236-1 (W-4929) Depth, in feet Material below land surface Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: o sample ........................... 012 Sand, cn to light-yellow, fine ....... .. ......12 -14 ALichus Formation: Clay, gray. sandy ....................... 14 -20 Clay. reddish, sandy; white limestone ............. .20 -30 Sand, can. fine; dark-blue clay ................ 30 -35 Clay. yellow. sandy; fine sand layers .............35 -38 Clay. reddish, sandy ..................... .38 -42 Ocala Group: Lumesaone, white, soft coquina; foraminifers; clay .....42 -44 LiLescone, cream-colored, sandy, coquina; forainifers ....44 -49 As above, but white to light-gray ............... 49 -53 As above, but cream-colored .................. 53 -64 As above, but white to light-gray and softer ......... 64 -72 As above, plus some hard dense, tan limestone ........ .72 -74 So sample ... ......................... 74 -83 LLmestone, yellow to can, hard; foraminifers; sand, tan line .83 -107 As above, very little sand .................. 107 -112 As above, light-gray, hard; clay, yellow ........... 112 -117 As above, can; clay with white, quartz sand; limonie ....117 -122 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone. Can, dolomitic; foraminifers; limonite; sand, white, quartz, fine ........................ 122 -127 Dolomite, brown, sugary textured; foraminifers; limonite; clay; sand. white, quartz, fine .................. 127 -142 As above, but soft and crumbly ............... .142 -151 Cavtcy ............................ 151 -152 DotomiCe, brown, calcareous; foraminifers; sand, white, fine .152 -162 As above, but less clay and sand and porous. Few foraminifers. 162 -222 Lake City Limestcne: Limestone. grayish-green and tan, hard, dolomitic ...... .222 -232 As above, porous, and fossiliferous .............. .232 -242 As above, but with dense gray limestone ............ 242 -247 As above, but no fossils ................... 247 -252 Bradford County well 950-213-1 (w-5180) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, black organic ..................... 0 -0.5 Clay. yellow, soft, sandy; some gray and red sandy clay ...0.5 -9 Sand, tan, clayey; gray sandy clay balls ........... 9 -12 Hawthorn Formation: Clay. light-gray, medium hard, sandy; thin sandstone layers ..12 -15 Sand, lighc-gray, clayey; some medium hard gray sandy clay ..15 -18 Sand, can, clayey; sandstone layers .............. .18 -28 As above, no sandstone layers ................ .28 -30 As above, some black phosphorite ............... 30 -35 Clay. yellow and gray, medium hard, sandy; some clayey sand or clay silc; black phosphorite grains; shark's teeth and few fosail molda ........................35 -38 Sand, olive-drab, clayey; abundant phosphorite; tan and yellow Limestone; fossil molds and casts .............. .38 -47 As above, phosphorite pebbles s ................ 47 -58 As above, with ligh-gray to white limestone fragments ....58 -63 Limestone, lighc-gray to white; phosphorite grains and pebbles; hard gray and yellow calcareous clay; fossil molds ....63 -65 112

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Table 4.--Continued Well 950-213-1--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation--Continued Limestone, light-gray, dense; some phosphatic sandy limestone; a little gray calcareous clay ................65 -68 Limestone, .light-gray, sandy; a few phosphorite grains ....68 -73 Limestone, gray, sandy; limestone, gray, dense; limestone grayish-green, silicified; some phosphorite grains ..... 73 -78 Limestone, grayish-green, siliceous, dolomitic; some light-gray sandy limestone ....................... 78 -88 Limestone, light-gray, sandy, phosphatic; phosphorite grains and pebbles ........ ................ .88 -102 Limestone, grayish-green, siliceous, dolomitic .. .... ..102 -110 As above, some light-gray limestone; phosphorite; a little calcareous clay ...... ................. 110 -122 Clay, grayish-green, hard, sandy; some gray limestone; some green dolomite ....................... .122 -123 Clay, gray, medium hard; interbedded light gray limestone; gray dolomite; some shell .................... 123 -125 Limestone, white to light-gray; shell, Ostrea salleformis; some sandy phosphatic limestone; gray sandy calcareous clay; green shale ........................ 125 -133 Limestone, dark-gray to brown, dolomitic; some sandy limestone. 133 -138 Sand, fine to medium; gray, brown, and greenish-gray limestone; dolomitic limestone; phosphorite grains; clay ........ 138 -149 Clay, gray,,,soft, sandy, calcareous; thin limestone beds; phosphorite grains ....................... 149 -159 Limestone, dark-gray to brown, hard, dolomitic; light-gray limestone; grayish-green dolomite; fine to medium quartz sand; black phosphorite grains; some gray sandy clay ....... 159 -166 Ocala Group: Limestone, gray to brown; white limestone; foraminifers ....166 -176 Limestone, light-gray to cream-colored, fossiliferous ....176 -189 Limestone, dark-gray or brown; light-gray coquina limestone; fine to medium quartz sand and some black phosphorite grains. 189 -207 Well 952-204-1 (W-5239) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Clay, tan; fine sand ..................... 0 -5 Clay, light-gray; fine sand .................. 5 -20 Clay, gray to orange to brown; fine sand ........... 20 -23 Clay, brown to orange; medium to fine sand .......... 23 -28 Sand, brown, fine to coarse; some heavy mineral grains ....28 -38 Clay, gray; fine to coarse sand; some heavy mineral grains ..38 -43 As above, plus some orange and yellow sandy clay ....... 43 -48 Choctawhatchee Formation: Clay, gray; fine sand; some heavy mineral grains ....... 48 -56 As above, plus white limestone fragments and yellow marl ...56 -60 Sand, gray, fine; black phosphorite grains; yellow marl, indurated in part; thin limestone lenses, few fossil molds and casts ................ ............ 60 -64 Clay, gray; fine gray sand; yellow marl, indurated in part; fossil molds and casts; phosphorite ............. 64 -68 Hawthorn Formation: Clay, gray; fine gray sand; thin limestone layers; abundant grains of black phosphorite ............* * 68 -81 Clay, gray; coarse sand; limestone fragments; black phosphorite rock fragments ........... ............ 81 -96 Clay, greenish-gray; fine to coarse gray sand; black pospsphorite grains; some limestone fragments .............. 96 -116 As above, plus black phosphorite gravel .......... .116 -120 Clay, greenish-gray; sand; black phosphorite sand; white limestone fragments ... .. ..........* * .* 120 -124 As above, plus hard limestone layer ..........* * .124 -128 113

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Table 4.--Conttnud Well 952-204-1--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formatio--Co-Continued As above, but with less hard limestone ............ 128 -135 As above, plus coarse sand .................. 135 -137 Clay, greenish-gray; coarse sand; black phosphorite gravel; fragmnts of sandy limestone ................ 137 -147 Clay. eraenish-gray, dense; black phosphorite grains; some sand; some limestone fragments ..... ........... ..147 -152 Clay, white; fine to coarse white sand; lumps of green clay ..152 -157 Sand, white, fine to coarse; black phosphorite grains; limestone fragments; rounded sandstone gravel; oyster shell ...... 157 -159 Sand, white; black phoaphorite grains; limestone fragments; some clay ............................ 159168 As above, plus brown clay ........ ........168 -175 Clay, brown, dense; fine white sand; black phosphorite grains .175 -179 As above, increase in sand; small limestone fragments ....179 -182 Sand, white, fine to coarse; black phosphorite grains ....182 -183 As above, plus sandstone fragments; hard gray limestone fragmeanc ............................ 183 -184 Clay, brown; fine to medium coarse; black phosphorite sand; gray limestone fragments .................. 184 -196 Clay, dark-gray; fine to coarse sand; black phosphorite grains. 196 -202 Clay, greenish-gray; medium fine to coarse sand; fine black phosphorite grains ............... ........ 202205 As above, plus white and gray limestone fragments ...... .205 -208 Limestone, gray, hard, dolomitic in part; black phosphorite gravel; brown clay ............. ........ 208 -210 Clay, brown; medim fine to coarse white sand; gray limestone fragmencs; black phosphorite sand and gravel ........ 210 -214 As above, plus djlaotic fragments .............. .214 -219 Limestone, gray and white; black phosphorite gravel; fine to coarse sand ......................... 219 -229 Ocala aroup: Lmestone, white, soft; foraminifera; black phosphorite sand .229 -239 As above, plus medium to very coarse white sand; shell frageants .......... ....... ...........239 -254 As above, only finer sand and phosphorite ..... .... .254 -259 Limestone, white, fragments; fine, white sand; fine black phosphorict; some shell .. ...... .............. 259 -264 Limestone, brown, dolomitic; white limestone fragments; fine sand; black phosphorite sand ................ .264 -269 Limestone, white; fine white sand; fine black phosphorite sand; some shell fragments ................... .269 -284 Well 000-210-2 (W-5187) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand. black, organic ..... ................. 0 -0.7 Sand, white. fine .............. ......... .0.7 -4 Clay. gray to red; sand .. ................ ....4 -5 Clay, gray, tough; fine pink clayey sand ........... 5 -10 Sand, pink, fine; clay ............ ..... .10 -19 Sand, tan, fine; clay..... ......... ......... .19 -24 Choccawhatchee Formation: Sand, yellow, fine; clayey; yellow marl, partly indurated; some black and brown phosphorite; fossil molds and casts ..... 24 -28 As above, plus thin limestone layers ............. .28 -34 Clay, can, sandy, phosphatic; yellow marl; tan sandy phosphatic Limestone; black and red phosphorite grains and nodules; shark's teeth ..... ............... .... ..34 -47 As above, plus abundant brown pebble sise phosphorite; dwarf mollusk shalls ............... ....... .47 -54 114

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Table 4.--Continued Well 000-210-2--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, white and yellow; gray phosphatic clay; abundant black phosphorite ...................... 54 -65 Clay, gray,, soft; sand; phosphorite; thin white limestone and sandy limestone beds .................... 65 -76 As above, plus increase in limestone layers .......... 76 -90 Limestone, white and yellow, small fragments; black phosphorite; some sand ..........................90 -96 Limestone, gray, sandy; gray, calcareous, phosphatic sandstone; yellow and white limestone; clear quartz sand ........96 -130 Sand, clear, fine to medium, quartz; grains and pebbles of phosphorite; sandy phosphatic clay; some tan to gray sandy phosphatic limestone ................ ..... ..130 -147 Clay, gray, calcareous, phosphatic; sand ..... ......147 -152 Limestone, light-gray, sandy, phosphatic; light-gray, calcareous, phosphatic sandstone; some light-gray sandy, phosphatic clay. 152 -157 Sandstone, gray, soft, calcareous, phosphatic; some dense gray hard limestone; fine to medium quartz sand ........157 -162 Clay, gray, soft, calcareous, phosphatic, sandy; gray hphosphatic limestone; gray, calcareous, phosphatic, sandstone ....162 -171 Sand, gray, fine to medium, clayey; some gray, sandy, phosphatic clay; black and amber phosphorite grains .......... .171 -196 Sand, white and light-gray, clayey, phosphatic; thin beds of light-gray limestone; some dark-gray to brown,sandy clay; phosphorite .......................... 196 -220 Clay, dark-gray, tough; sandy phosphatic clay ......... 220 -223 Clay, light to dark-gray; phosphorite; sand .......... 223 -225 As above, plus shell fragments and white limestone fragments .225 -232 As above, plus some sand and tan, dolomitic limestone ....232 -239 Sand, very coarse, subangular to subrounded, quartz; brown phosphorite grains; green clay; fragments of white limestone and dolomitic limestone ..................... .239 -242 Limestone, brown, dense, dolomitic; medium to coarse quartz sand; phosphorite grains; green sandy clay ............ .242 -248 Sand, coarse; brown, black, and amber phosphorite; some dolomitic limestone ....................... 248 -251 Clay, tan; sand; phosphorite; some limestone fragments ....251 -254 Sand, fine to medium; hard, tan and brown dolomitic limestone .254 -259 Ocala Group: Limestone, brown, dolomitic; fine to coarse quartz sand ....259 -266 Limestone, light gray to cream-colored, fossiliferous; foraminifera........... ..... 266 -276 As above, largely a coquina.................. 276 -294 Clay County Well 943-202-3 (W-5331) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, brown, fine to medium; white sandy clay; organic material 0 -21 Clay, brownish-gray; fine sand ...............21 -24 Clay, gray, dense; fine sand .................24 -26 As above, with increase in sand; limonite ........... 26 -29 Sand, dark-brown to white, fine; some clay .......... 29 -34 Clay, light-gray; very fine sand ............... 34 -44 Unnamed coarse clastics: Sand, white, fine; black organic material; some clay ....44 -49 Clay, light-gray, heavy; fine sand and clayey sand .....49 -54 As above, plus streaks of orange sandy clay .......... 54 -57 Sand, white, fine to coarse; light-gray clay ......... 57 -62 As above, plus heavy mineral ................. 62 -79 Sand, white to clear, medium to very coarse; some clay ....79 -82 Sand, gray, medium to coarse; s6me clay ............ 82 -90 115

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Table 4,--Continued Well 943-202-3--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Choctawhatchae Formation: Clay, gray; fine sand; fine to medium black phosphorite sand; can and yellow ear ................ ... 90 -93 As above, plus white limestone fragmets ..........93 -98 Clay, light-gray; fine sand; black phosphorite sand and gravel; gray Limestone fragments; shark's teeth; few fossil molds and casts .... ............. .......... .98 -114 Hauwhorn formation: Clay, groen; black phoaphorite sand and gravel; some fine quartz sand; grayish-brown limestone fragmenca ........... 114 -129 Clay, greenish-gray; white sandy limestone; hard, gray, cherty, limestone pebbles; black and brown phosphorite sand and gravel ......... .. .............. 129 -134 Clay, dark-brown; fine sand; black and brown phosphorite sand and gravel; white sandy limestone fragments ......... .134 -139 As above, plus same dolomitic limestone fragments and gray limescone fragments .................... .... .139 -143 Sand, white, fine to coarse; black and brown phosphorite sand and gravel; brown and white limestone fragments; chart nodules; some green clay; some white shell fragments ....143 -144 Clay, gray; sand; black and brown phosphorite sand and gravel; whitae imestone fragments ................ ... .144 -146 As above, plus fine shall .................. .. .146 -147 As above, plus hard gray limestone fragments ........ .147 -159 Clay, gray; black phosphorite pebbles ............ .159 -169 Phosphorice, black, brown, and amber, gravel ........ 169 -174 Limestone. gray and tan, hard, dense, dolomitic; gray clay .174 -194 Ocala Group: Limestone, white to gray, fragments; shell .......... .194 -204 Limestone, white, foassiiferous; gray dolomitic limestone fragments; fine black phosphorite ................ 204 -217 Limestone. white, fine; foraminifers ... ..........217 -259 Well 945-201-2 (W-5317) OLder Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, tight-gray, fine, quartz; organic material; some clay ..0 -15 Unnamed coarse clastics: Clay, light-gray to white; fine to medium quartz sand ....15 -21 Clay. white; fine to medium quartz .............. .21 -34 Sand. Light-gray, medium to coarse; clay ........... .34 -36 Sand, orange, medium Co coarse; clay ............ .36 -38 Choccawhatchee Formation: Clay. yellow-orange, sandy, heavy; yellow marl; thin limestones, phosphorite; shell impressions .............. .38 -45 As above, plus black phosphorite gravel ............ 45 -48 Hawthorn Formation: Clay, greenish-gray; medium to coarse sand; phosphorite sand and coarse gravel; white, hard, silicified limestone stained with iron .................. ...... .... .48 -56 Clay, gray; medium sand; black phosphorite sand and gravel ..56 -57 Aa above, plus hard gray limestone fragments ......... 57 -67 As above, plus white limestone fragments ........... 67 -71 As above, plus sandy limestone fragments ...........71 -74 Clay, greenish-gray; black phosphorite sand .......... .74 -77 Clay, dark-gray; fine black phoaphorite grains; some fine quartz sand .................... ...... .77 -82 Clay. Light greenish-gray; some fine black phosphorite sand; some fine quartz sand ...................... .82 -88 Phoaphorite, black, gravel; light-gray limestone fragments; greenish-gray clay ..................... .88 -90 116

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Table 4.--Continued Well 945-201-2--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation--Continued Limestone; black phosphorite sand and gravel; light-gray clay .90 -95 Sand, white, coarse; black phosphorite gravel; clay ...... .95 -106 Sand, white, fine to medium; amber and brown phosphorite grains and pebbles .......... ..... .......... .106 -108 As above, plus light-brown heavy clay .. ..........108 -113 As above, plus light cream-colored limestone fragments .... 113 -115 Sand, clear, coarse, quartz; brown and black phosphorite gravel; brown dolomite fragments; some light-tan limestone fragments; some clay.......................... 115 -120 Clay, brown, dense; fine black phosphorite sand; fine quartz; some tan dolomitic limestone ....... ..........120 -125 Limestone, gray and tan, hard, dolomitic; brown clay ....125 -132 Clay, dark-brown; sand; gray limestone fragments; black phosphorite sand; light-gray clay ................ 132 -136 Clay, gray, heavy; black phosphorite sand; thin layers of gray limestone and brown dolomitic limestone ........... 136 -140 Ocala Group: Limestone, gray to white; foraminifers; sand; black phosphorite sand ............................140 -161 Limestone, white, fossiliferous; foraminifers; some fine black phosphorite sand ...................... 161 -186 Well 946-159-4 (W-5321) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, brown to tan, fine to coarse. .. ...........0 -4 Unnamed coarse clastics: Sand, yellowish-red, fine to coarse, slightly clayey; black heavy mineral ........................ 4 -19 Sand, light-yellow to yellow orange, fine to coarse, clayey .19 -24 Sand, light-yellow to white, medium to very coarse; clayay; some gray and white clay ..................... .24 -29 Sand, tan to orange, medium to very coarse; tan to orange clay. 29 -34 Sand, high yellow to tan, medium to very coarse; clayey sand .34 -44 As above, but sand is fine to medium ............. 44 -54 As above, plus stiff light-brown sandy clay .......... 54 -60 Choctawhatchee Formation: Limestone, brownish-gray, fragments; white limestone fragments; brown and black phosphorite sand; some soft white sandy limestone; fossil molds and casts ................ 60 -64 Clay, light creamy-tan; fine brown and black phosphorite sand; white limestone fragments with included phosphorite grains 64 -69 As above, plus reddish phosphorite and silica gravel ....69 -75 Hawthorn Formation: Clay, light-gray; brown and black phosphorite; shell fragments; some sand .......................... 75 -79 As above, plus gravel size phosphorite and gray limestone fragments ................. ....... .. .79 -81 Clay, gray, heavy; fine to very coarse brown and black phosphorite sand; limestone fragments; fine shell ..... ..... 81 -95 Clay, gray; fine sand; fine black phosphorite grains; fine shell; limestone fragments ................95 -98 Clay, light greenish-gray; fine sand; fine to very coarse black phosphorite; cream-colored limestone fragments containing black and brown phosphorite grains ............. 98 -100 Clay, light-tan; black and brown phosphorite gravel; hard creamcolored limestone; limestone fragments containing fine grains of black phosphorite .... ............. .100 -105 Limestone, brown fragments; whkte coquina; brown and black phosphorite gravel; clay; some sand .. ..............105 -110 Limestone, gray; cream-colored clay; black and brown pospsphorite gravel; white limestone fragments; some fine shell ....110 -113 117

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Table 4.--Continued Well 946-159-4--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Forsucton--Continued timestone, cream-colored, sandy; brown and black phosphorite; cream-colored clay; gray limestone fragments; some fine hell ...........................113 -115 Clay, gray; black and brown phosphorite gravel; light-gray limestone fragments; some sandy limestone. ..........115 -119 Clay. lighc greenaih-gray; black and brown phosphorite sand and gravel; gray sandy 11mestone; light-tan liestone ......119 -125 A& above, plus fine to medium sand .............. 125 -130 As above, tees sand ...................... 130 -135 Clay. dark-green; black and brown phosphorite *snd and Sgrvel; ltsht-tan Itestone fragments; fine to medium sand ....135 -149 Clay. light greenlih-gray; fine black phosphorite; fine sand; some ttmeatone fragments .................149 -158 As above, with black phosphorite gravel and no limestone ...158 -162 Clay. dark-green, sandy; ine to medium sand; black phosphorite sand and gravel ............ ... ....... .162 -170 As above, plus white limestone fragments ........... 170 -175 As above, plus limestone and shall fragments. ........175 -177 Aa above witth some coquina. ................ .177 -180 Clay, green; black phosphorite gravel; gray limestone fragment 180 -183 Clay, gray; fine to gravel eise black phosphorite; light-gray Limestone fragments; gray charty limestone; ftne to coarse sand .................... ......... .. .183 -190 Limeatone, gray; black phosphorite gravel; some sand ....190 -196 As above, plus greenish-gray clay; Line black phosphorite; some fina quartz sand .............. ....... ... .196 -199 Clay, blue-gray, heavy; fine phosphorite sand; fin* quarts sand; soe white sandy liestone fragments; gray and white limestone fragments; some fine sand .............. .199 -215 Oca La Group: Limetone, white. tosslliferous; fine black and brown phosphorice........... .... ... .......... .215 -219 Clay. tlhc-gray. calcareous; fine white limestone; fine black phosphorito ....... .............. ...... .219 -222 Limestone, white, fossliferous; gray limestone fragments; black phosphorite ............. .. ....... .222 -223 LiLmesone, cream-colored; white, fossiliferous limestone; black phosphorite ................... ...... 223 -249 Well 947-201-4 (W-5186) Older Plestocene terrace deposita: Sand. tn ............ .. ... ........ 05 Unnamd coarse clastice: Sand, yellow to orange to pink; clayey ............ .5 -25 Sand. can; slightly clayey .. ................. .25 -30 As above, fine to medLum, some clayey sand ..........30 -40 Sand. hLeta, clayey; thin layers of white kaolin clay ....40 -50 As above, aore yellowvih in color .............. .50 -55 Chuctaswhachae Formation: Clay. red and yellow, hard; soft greenish-yellov sandy clay near bottom of intervel; brown phosphorite pebbles. ...... .55 -60 Clay, olive drab; gray and yellow marl; yellow and red phosphortce and silica gravel; soft white limestone; shark's teeth and foesil ltpreostons ............ ..... ...60 -75 Hawthorn Formation: Clay. greenith-gray; black phosphorite grains; soft, white, phosphatic limetone .................... 75 -77 AA above, plus large milky quarts gravel and sand ..... ..77 -82 As above, white clay instead of greanish-gray ....... .. .82 -85 As above, clay, olive in color .............. ..85 -88 118

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Table 4.--Continued Wall 947-201-4--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation--Continued Clay, light-gray; fine to medium quartz sand; brown gravel; white limestone; sandy limestone; phosphorite grains .... 88 -96 As above, plus medium hard grayish-green clay ........ .96 -102 Clay, grayish-green; fine to coarse quartz sand; white limestone; yellowish rock; black phosphorite .............. .102 -112 Clay, greenish-yellow, medium hard; black phosphorite; white limostone ................. ....... .112 -122 Limestone, gray, sandy; fine to medium sand; phosphorite grains and pebbles; soft clay ................... 122 -136 Clay, dark greenish-yellow, soft to medium hard; sand; phosphorite; white limestone .................... 136 -146 Clay, dark-green, hard; little phosphorite ...... ...146 -155 Clay, green, medium hard to hard; phosphorite; white limetone. 155 -166 Limestone, light-gray, very hard; sand; phosphorite ...... .166 -168 Limestone, brown, hard, dolomitic; some sand and phosphorite .168 -173 Clay, gray, medium hard; sand; phosphorite; brown dolomitic limestone .................. .......173 -177 Limestone, dark-gray to brown, dolomitic; sandy phosphatic limeatone; fine to medium sand; phosphorite ........... 177 -188 Clay, light gray calcareous; some light to dark gray limestone. 188 -195 Ocala Group: Limestone, gray; sandy limestone; sand; phosphorite ...... 195 -199 Limestone, light-gray and cream-colored, fossiliferous; foraminifers ............................199 -203 Limestone, gray to greenish-gray; fosailiferous limestone ...203 -208 Limestone, light to dark-gray; fossiliferous limestone ....208 -210 Limestone, light-gray, fine; fossiliferous limestone ..... 210 -215 As above, with coarser limestone fragments .......... .215 -226 Limestone, light-gray to white; fossiliferous limestone ....226 -230 As above, plus dark-brown clay ............... .230 -252 Limestone, cream-colored, fine; fossiliferous limestone ....252 -259 As above, plus some gray limestone .... .......... .259 -272 Limestone, cream-colored; fossiliferous limestone ....... .272 -307 Well 947-202-13 (W-5332) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, dark-brown; yellowish-brown sand; organic material; black heavy mineral grains .................... 0 -5 Sand, yellow, fine; black heavy mineral grains ....... 5 -12 Unnamed coarse clastics: Sand, white, fine; some clay; black grains .......... .12 -15 Sand, yellow, fine; some clay; black grains .......... .. 15 -20 Sand, light-yellow to tan, fine; black grains ......... .20 -25 Sand, light-gray, fine; some yellow sand; black grains ....25 -30 As above, no yellow sand ................... 30 -35 As above, plus white sand .. ...............35 -47 Sand, brown, fine; some clay; black and amber grains .... .47 -60 As above, sand light-tan .. ................ .60 -70 Sand, light-gray to white; black and amber grains ...... .70 -96 As above, plus some soft gray sandy clay ........... .96 -106 As above, with no clay; black and amber phosphorite grains ..106 -131 As above, plus a thin layer of sandy clay ........... .131 -142 Sand, light-gray to white; black and amber phosphorite grains .142 -227 As above, plus streaks of yellow, soft, sandy clay ...... 227 -235 As above, no sandy clay .................... 235 -247 Sand, tan, fine to medium; black phosphorite grains ...... .247 -257 As above, plus streaks of orange and white soft sandy clay ..257 -272 Sand, light-gray, fine to medium; streaks of light gray soft sandy clay ......................... .272 -286 As above, plus some gray clay......... ......... 286 -294 As above, plus soft, yellow, sandy clay; limonite; some gray limestone ..... ....... ............ .. ..294 -300 119

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Table 4.--Continued Well 947-202-13--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Choctashatchee Formation: Sand, gray; soft, gray, sandy clay; som white and gray limestone; sandy limeatone ...................300 -305 As above, plus gray and yellow, soft, phosphatic, sandy cl-y; phosphorite and silica gravel ................ 305 -309 Sand, white to yellow; white, yellow, and greenish-yellow, soft, phosphatic, sandy clay; some white limeatone; phosphorite and ailtca gravel ........................ 309313 As above, with clay more cream-colored; dwarf molluack shells 313 -314 Marl, yellow and brown, hard; soft cream-colored phosphatic clay; some sand; phosphorite ................314 -319 Hawthorn Formation: Clay, greenish-yellow, soft, phosphatic; some sand ...... 319 -329 Sand. tan, fine; streaks of white clay ............ 329 -334 As above, plus soft cream-colored clay .......... .334 -344 Sand, tan, fine to medium; streaks of cream-colored clay .. .344 -349 Sand, gray, fine to coarse; streaks of white clay .......349 -358 Sand. gray, fine to medium ............ ......358 -366 Limestone, white and yellow; yellow clay; phosphrite ....366 -368 Sand, clay; black and amber phoaphorite sand ......... .368 -377 Limestone, brown, dolomitic; white limestone .........377 -378 Sand; soft gray clay; phosphorite sand ............ 378 -380 Limestone. brown, dolomitic; white limestone; rock very hard from 380 to 384 feet .................... 380 -387 Clay, dark bluish-gray; some yellow cla; yll l gray limestone; phosphorite ......................... ...387 -394 Clay, bluish-gray ...................... 394 -399 As above, plus clayey sand; limestone layer .. ...... .399 -405 Sand; yellov, tan, and gray clay ............... 405 -415 As above, plus phosphorite; thin clay layers .. ....... 415 -420 Ocala Group: Limestone, soft; fossil fragment ...............420 -424 Limestone, yellow, fossLliferous ...............424 -429 Limestone, gray and yellow, fossiliferous ........... 429 -434 As above, no yellow liestone .................434 -445 Limestone, gray and brown, fosslliferous ........... .445 -447 Sand, white and gray ..................... .447 -449 Well 952-147-2 (W-5347) Pleistocene and Recent deposits: Clay. dark brown; fine sand ................... 0 -15 As above, plus fine black heavy mineral; organic material ...15 -18 Sand, gray, fine; fine black heavy mineral .......... .18 -25 Clay, darkgray, heavy ............. ..... 25 -38 As above, plus numerous shell fragments .. ........ .38 -59 Choctcahatchee Formation: Clay. dark gray; shell; yellow and gray limestone and marl; black phosphorite gravel .................. .59 -64 As above, plus sandy limestone; very coarse sand ....... .64 -74 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, gray, fragments; gray sandy clay; black phosphorite sand and gravel....................... 74 -83 Clay. greenish-gray; some sand; black phosphorite sand; gray limestone fragment..................... 83 -94 As above, no limestone; fine black phosphorite ..... ...94 -99 As above, plus clear coarse sand ............... 99 -114 As above, plus greenish-gray sandy limestone fragments ...114 -119 Sand, clear, coarse; fine to gravel asie, black phosphorite; green clay; white to green sandy limestone fragments ....119 -129 Clay, green, sandy; black phosphorite sand and gravel; sandy limestone fragments ..................... 129 -139 120

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Table 4.--Continued Well 952-147-2--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation--Continued Clay, light greenish-gray, sandy; black phosphorite sand and gravel; gray limestone fragments .............. .139 -147 Clay, green; black phosphorite sand and gravel; white limestone fragments; some quartz sand ................. .147 -153 As above, clay-more sandy ................... 153 -159 As above, plus light gray to gray cherty limestone fragments 159 -179 Clay, dark green, sandy; black phosphorite sand; gray limestone fragments .......................... 179 -199 Clay, green, sandy; black phosphorite sand and gravel; white limestone fragments ................... .. 199 -204 As above, clay more dense; quartz sand ............ 204 -209 Clay, greenish-gray, sandy; black phosphorite sand; gray limestone fragments ....................... 209 -224 Sand, clear, coarse; black phosphorite sand and gravel; greenishgray clay; white and gray limestone ............. .224 -234 Clay, gray, sandy; gray and white limestone fragments; clear coarse sand; black phosphorita sand and gravel ....... .234 -249 As above, plus lumps of gray sand ............... .249 -259 Clay, blue-gray, sandy; fine black phosphorite sand; gray, sandy, limestone fragments; white limestone ............ 259 -274 Clay, gray, heavy, sandy; fine to medium sand; black phosphorite sand and gravel; gray and white limestone fragments ....274 -278 Clay, light-gray, sandy; fine to coarse sand; black phosphorite sand and gravel ................ *** ....... 278 -284 Ocala Group: Limestone, white, fossiliferous; foraminifers ......... 284 -289 Limestone, gray to white, fossiliferous; foraminifers; some sand; black phosphorite ................. ..... .. .289 -319 Union County Well 001-224-1 (W-5240) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, gray, fine; black organic material .. ......... 0 -1 Sand, light-tan, fine to coarse; some clay .......... 1 -5 Sand, orange to light-brown, fine; clay ............ .5 -8 Clay, gray, sandy .. .... .. .............. 8 -9 Clay, white and gray, sandy; fine sand; clayey sand .... .9 -18 Clay, light-gray; medium fine to coarse sand .. ..... .18 -24 Clay, creamy tan; coarse sand; gray clay .... .......24 -29 Clay, reddish-brown; medium fine to coarse sand ........ .29 -30 Choctawhatchee Formation: Clay, light-brown; some coarse sand; yellow and gray marl and limestone; amber and tan phosphorite; some reddish chert gravel ............... ............ 30 -33 Clay, brown; fine sand; light-gray clay; fine brown phosphorite grains ......................... .. ..... 333 -40 Clay, brown; fine sand; some fine brown phosphorite; limestone fragments; shell ....................... 40 -44 Limestone, white; shell; white clay; brown phosphorite grains .44 -55 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, gray, phosphatic; brown phosphorite grains; white clay .. ................ .. 55 -59 As above, plus black phosphorite ............... 59 -68 Clay, gray, sandy; black phosphorite grains; limestone fragments; medium fine to coarse sand .............. .68 -83 Clay, bluish-green; coarse sand; medium black phosphorite grains 83 -87 As above, plus coarse black phosphorite ............ .87 -98 Clay, greenish-blue; coarse black phosphorite grains; limestone fragments ............. ............ .98 -102 121

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Table 4.--Continued Well 001-224-1--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawchorn Formation--Continued Sand, medium fine to medium; some clay; brown and black phosphorit ........................ ...... 102 -109 Limestone, gray, hard ..................... 109 -111 Sand, medium to coarse; some clay; brown and black phosphorite grains .......... .... ............. ..111 -121 As above, plus gray clay ................... 121 -130 Sand, gray, hard. medium to coarse; some clay .........130 -136 As above, plus brown and black phosphorite grains ...... .136 -137 Clay, bluish-gray, sandy; fine to coarse sand; some limestone fragments .......................... 137 -143 Limestone; black phosphorite; sand; clay ........... 143 -145 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, white; fine white sand; some black phosphorite grains; shell fragments ....................... 145 -148 As above, no phosphorite ................... .148 -154 Limestone, cream-colored; some fine to coarse sand .....154 -160 As above, plus sandstone fragments; some shell; foraminifers; echinoid spines ....................... 160 -165 Clay, dark gray to dark brown; some shell; limestone fragments; fine sand ................. ........ 165 -171 Shell, coral, oyster, brachipoda; coquina limestone .. ....171 -177 Limestone, white; shell: sand; clay. ... ..........177 -178 As above, plus black phosphorite sand (cavings?) ...... .178 -183 Limestone; blue clay; few forams .... ..........183 -185 Ocala Group: Limestone, white; foramtnifers; fine sand; black clay; some shell; black phosphorite sand ................ 185 -187 As above, plus gray dolomitic limestone; some silicified limestone ..........................187 -195 As above, plus shark's teeth ................. 195 -207 Limestone, white, fine; fine gray sand; foraminifers; clay particles; shell ...................... 207 -214 As above, plus phosphorite grains ............... 214 -215 As above, plus black to dark-brown clay ............ 215 -218 Limestone. coquina; foraminifers; some silicified limestone grains ...........................218 -256 Well 007-222-1 (W-5297) Older Pleistocene terrace deposits: Sand, tan and pink. clayey; sandy clay ............. 0 -21 Clay, light-gray to pink; sand; yellow iron oxide stain ....21 -26 Sand, pink, clayey; a few grains of black and brown phosphorite 26 -31 As above, sand-brown to salmon-colored ............ 31 -36 As above, sand-tan to cream-colored; some small gravel and flint rock ..................... ......36 -40 Choctcahatchee Formation: No sample ........................... 40 -47 Clay. yellowish; sand; white to tan clayey limestone or marl; brown and black phosphorite grains and pebbles; shark's teeth 47 -57 Clay, cream-colored; sand; calcareous clay; some tan limestone; brown and black phosphorite grains ............. 57 -62 As above, clay greenish-gray; harder at 64 feet ........ 62 -64 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, light-gray and tan, sandy; black phosphorite pebbles 64 -72 Clay, bluish-gray, sandy, calcareous; thin, sandy, phosphatic limeatone layers; black and brown phosphorite grains and pebbles ........................... .72 -80 As above, plus fine, white, quartz sand ............ 80 -91 122

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Table 4.--Continued Well 007-222-1--Continued Depth, in feet Material below land surface Hawthorn Formation--Continued Sand, white, fine to medium, quartz; limestone, clay; black phosphorite grains; heavy mineral grains .......... 91 -96 Clay, bluish-green; sand; layers of bluish-green calcareous clay; black and brown phosphorite grains .. ........96 -99 As above, interbedded thin limestone layers .........99 -109 As above, thin layers of fine to medium quartz sand; no limestone ........ ...................109 -114 Clay, light-gray, sandy; thin limestone layers; amber and black phosphorite grains ..,...,,......... ..... 114 -119 As above, plus oyster shell. .. ...............119 -124 As above, plus white limestone; calcareous sandstone ....124 -129 As above, very little pebble phosphorite; macro-fossil fragments 129 -144 Clay, light gray, soft, phosphatic calcareous; interbedded white limestone; light gray sandy limestone; oyster shell; brown and black phosphorite grains and pebbles ... .........144 -159 As above, clay light-brown ... ...............159 -163 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, light greenish-gray, crystalline, fossillferous; some phosphorite grains; white quartz sand. .......... .163 -174 Limestone. crystalline, fossiliferous. .. ..........174 -179 Limestone, porous, fossilifernus; fine, white, quartz sand ..179 -184 Limestone, light-gray. crystalline, fossiliferous; dark-gray to black siliceous (chert.-) limestone ............ ..184 -189 Limestone. coquina; some crystalline and dark gray to black. siliceous. cherty limestone .. .. .............. 189 -191 Limestone, light-gray; shell fragments; limonite grains ...194 -200 Ocala Group: Limestone, light-gray, soft, coquina; some cherty or siliceous limestone; macro-fossils; shell ............... .200 -226 Limestone, crystalline; fossiliferous limestone; some coquina limestone: macro-fossils; foraminifers .... .......226 -281 Limestone, coquina, fossiliferous; yellow calcareous clay .., 281 -286 As above, plus some black and brown phosphorite pebbles ....286 -303 Limestone, light-gray, crystalline, fossiliferous, coquina; shell; fine white quartz sand ........ ..... ..303 -355 As above, mostly coquina limestone ......... ..... .355 -375 As above, limestone gray .. .......... .......375 -400 Limestone, cream-colored, coquina ........... ... .. ..400 -405 As above, nearly white in color; foraminifers.. ......L05 -4L5 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, cream-colored, coquina; brown, dolomitic crystalline limestone; crystalline limestone ...... ..... ...445 -550 Dolomite, brown, crystalline, hard ............. ..50 -460 No sample ....... .. .. ..., ...... .60 -461 Cavity ............................461 -462 Dolomite, brown, hard, granular ................ 462 -A87 Limestone, light-gray, fossiliferous; brown granular dolomite 487 -499 Shale, bluish-green; dense, light-gray limestone ...... .499 -504 Limestone, light-gray, crystalline; brown dolomitic limestone; pyrite ........................504 -521 No sample ........................ .521 -528 Limestone, light gray, iron stained ............. 528 -533 As above, plus tan and brown granular dolomite ........ .533 -543 Limestone, tan, dolomitic; some light-gray limestone .. .543 -547 As above, iron stained ................... ...547 -553 As above, plus black carbonaceous lignite ........... .553 -558 Clay, tan and light-green, sandy, silty ............ 558 -563 Clay, interbedded light-green, dark green and brown; light-gray limestone; brown dolomite; few fossil cones; Dictyoconus cookei 563 -588 123

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Table 4.--Continued Well 007-222-1--Continued Depth, in feet Material below lend surface Lake City IJmstone: LiJmetone, brown and can, dolomitic; s-me clay ....... .588 -619 imeatone, coquina, porous, fossiliferous; Dictyoconu anmericanus 619 -624 As above, less coquina; brown doloaitic limestone ....... .624 -629 Limestone, soft, coquina, porous, Dictyoconus amricnus ...629 -644 As above, plus brown dolomite and dolomitic limestone ....644 -724 124

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Table 5. Measurements of Ground-Water Level For location of wells see figure 5. All measurements in feet above (/) or below measuring point. Description of measuring point given in table 3. For additional water-level measurements for wells 958-139-1, 958-139-2, 959-140-1, 002-142-1, 003-151-1, 006-149-1, and 006-149-2, rofr -to Clay County wells 7, 22, 8, 1, 2, 4, and 5 in the U. 8. Geological Survey Water-Supply Papers, water-level report series, southeastern states, Florida. Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level Alachua Count 927-203-1 86-56 i0.11 113-58 12.93 8-17-59 /5.68 4-22-60 /6.02 1-22-58 12.40 12-18-58 13.24 102-59 /6.38 6-27-60 /6.3 34-58 12.42 2-17-59 /3.49 11-13-59 /6.18 79-58 13.24 46-59 /5.2 12-21-59 15.09 9-15-58 12.94 6-26-59 15.61 2-29-60 14.59 929-204-1 28-56 24.08 79-58 20.46 113-58 20.95 12-16-58 20.95 5-12-58 20.12 9-15-58 20.66 929-209-1 63-58 8.87 113-58 9.02 12-16-58 8.63 929-213-1 4-11-58 9.74 10-23-58 10.10 6-22-59 5.94 15-60 6.06 56-58 9.52 128-58 9.70 8-12-59 5.17 2-22-60 6.81 6-30-58 9.75 26-59 9.30 9-28-59 4.93 4-13-60 3.71 99-58 9.77 3-31-59 6.16 119-59 4.10 6-27-60 4.42 929-214-1 10-23-58 92.22 128-58 92.01 6-29-60 87.16 930-214-1 62-58 12.25 9-20-58 17.90 10-23-58 17.82 930-214-2 78-58 15.92 2-10-59 15.24 8-12-59 12.68 15-60 12.84 9-30-58 16.39 3-31-59 13.10 9-28-59 12.55 2-22-60 13.39 10-23-58 16.33 6-22-59 13.19 119-59 12.06 4-13-60 11.35 128-58 15.82 930-216-2 72-58 43.87 10-23-58 44.43 128-58 43.83 6-29-60 38.98 9-20-58 44.26 930-216-4 72-58 6.27 9-20-58 2.92 10-23-58 1.62 128-58 3.49 932-231-1 9-20-58 40.07 3-31-59 37.60 9-28-59 33.05 2-22-60 35.51 10-23-58 40.43 6-22-59 35.11 119-59 32.31 4-13-60 34.41 2-10-59 40.54 8-12-59 34.33 14-60 33.77 6-29-60 33.92 935-204-1 82-56 21.05 34-58 20.20 79-58 18.16 10-30-58 20.64 1-22-58 19.20 5-12-58 14.25 9-15-58 19.38 12-16-58 20.66 935-205-1 4-16-58 60.15 79-58 61.21 10-30-58 62.30 6-23-60 58.96 5-12-58 60.41 9-15-58 61.68 12-16-58 61.82 935-220-1 4-24-58 18.57 128-58 19.27 6-22-59 14.79 9-28-59 15.75 56-58 18.49 29-59 18.78 8-12-59 15.39 119-59 15.20 73-58 18.33 3-30-59 15.67 935-233-1 2-10-58 4.94 99-58 3.46 3-31-59 /1.07 119-59 13.31 2-25-58 5.20 10-23-58 3.60 6-22-59 / .78 14-60 12.41 57-58 2.98 128-58 2.75 8-12-59 / .98 2-22-60 12.30 71-58 4.21 2-10-59 1.83 9-28-59 13.50 4-13-60 12.30 936-220-1 47-58 14.98 73-58 14.46 10-23-58 15.32 128-58 15.39 56-58 14.32 9-12-58 14.15 936-223-1 11-18-57 32.94 56-58 29.91 9-10-58 30.06 12-11-58 31.00 1-20-58 33.82 73-58 30.51 10-23-58 30.90 6-29-60 23.75 2-24-58 33.99 125.

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TabLe 5 .-Concnued WalL Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 936-236-1 8-15-58 33.02 3-15-59 32.88 9-31-59 26.89 4-10-60 27.92 8-20-58 32.99 3-20-59 32.36 105-59 26.91 4-15-60 27.79 8-25-58 32.87 3-25-59 31.60 10-10-59 26.91 4-20-60 27.69 8-31-58 32.80 3-31-59 30.88 10-15-59 26.90 4-25-60 27.59 95-58 32.76 45-59 30.51 10-20-59 26.83 4-30-60 27.55 9-10-58 32.73 4-10-59 30.17 10-25-59 26.77 55-60 27.51 9-15-58 32.73 4-15-59 29.87 10-31-59 26.76 5-10-60 27.48 9-20-58 32.77 4-20-59 29.55 115-59 26.74 5-15-60 27.52 9-25-58 32.79 4-25-59 29.33 11-10-59 26.73 5-20-60 27.58 9-30-58 32.84 4-30-59 29.08 11-15-59 26.71 5-25-60 27.65 105-58 32.88 55-59 28.77 11-20-59 26.71 5-31-60 27.79 10-10-58 32.95 5-10-59 28.68 11-25-59 26.70 65-60 .27.89 10-15-58 33.02 5-15-59 28.64 11-30-59 26.82 6-10-60 28.02 10-20-58 33.07 5-20-59 28.57 125-59 26.83 6-20-60 28.21 10-25-58 33.14 5-31-59 28.50 12-10-59 .94 6-25-60 28.23 10-31-58 33.23 65-59 28.46 12-15-59 27.03 6-30-60 28.10 11-20-58 33.32 6-10-59 28.40 12-20-59 27.13 75-60 28.02 11-25-58 33.31 6-15-59 28.33 12-25-59 27.22 7-10-60 28.03 11-30-58 33.34 6-20-59 28.22 12-31-59 27.40 7-15-60 27.94 125-58 33.33 6-25-59 28.09 15-60 27.48 7-20-60 27.85 12-10-58 33.39 6-30-59 27.94 1-10-60 27.61 7-25-60 27.75 12-15-58 33.42 75-59 27.87 1-15-60 27.70 7-31-60 27.57 12-20-58 33.44 7-10-59 27.84 1-20-60 27.86 85-60 27.34 12-25-58 33.47 7-15-59 27.75 1-25-60 27.99 8-10-60 26.98 12-31-58 33.50 7-20-59 27.64 1-31-60 28.10 8-15-60 26.61 15-59 33.55 7-25-59 27.52 25-60 28.24 8-20-60 26.37 1-10-59 33.52 7-31-59 27.41 2-10-60 28.36 9-20-60 25.13 1-15-59 33.45 85-59 27.37 2-15-60 28.53 9-25-60 25.07 1-20-59 33.42 8-10-59 27.36 2-20-60 28.66 9-30-60 25.02 1-25-59 33.37 8-15-59 27.42 2-25-60 28.75 105-60 25.00 1-31-59 33.35 8-20-59 27.46 2-28-60 28.82 10-10-60 25.00 25-59 33.29 8-25-59 27.53 35-60 28.88 10-15-60 24.99 2-10-59 33.28 8-31-59 27.57 3-10-60 28.91 10-20-60 25.02 2-15-59 33.24 95-59 27.50 3-15-60 28.98 10-25-60 25.04 2-20-59 33.19 9-10-59 27.52 3-20-60 28.72 10-31-60 25.04 2-25-59 33.13 9-15-59 27.52 3-25-60 28.36 115-60 25.10 35-59 33.01 9-20-59 27.12 3-31-60 28.14 3-10-59 32.97 9-25-59 26.92 45-60 28.02 936-236-3 85-57 32.33 7-23-58 32.69 8-12-58 32.82 10-20-58 32.81 7-16-58 32.66 7-30-58 32.78 99-58 32.24 937-212-1 4-25-58 4.49 2-17-59 4.85 8-17-59 4.88 12-22-59 5.61 113-58 6.88 46-59 4.20 102-59 5.13 2-29-60 5.34 12-16-58 5.46 6-26-59 4.49 11-16-59 4.93 4-22-60 5.17 12-18-58 5.48 937-212-2 113-58 15.33 46-59 11.65 102-59 11.64 2-29-60 12.90 12-16-58 14.54 6-26-59 11.34 11-16-59 11.66 4-22-60 11.93 2-17-59 13.26 8-17-59 11.52 12-22-59 12.43 937-212-3 12-18-58 3.17 6-26-59 2.47 11-16-59 3.12 2-29-60 2.78 2-17-59 2.52 8-17-59 2.84 12-22-59 3.66 4-22-60 3.12 46-59 1.84 102-59 3.22 937-.32-L 2-21-58 48.91 57-58 46.43 129-58 46.57 6-29-60 41.15 2-27-58 49.45 71-58 46.12 938-219-6 11-15-57 99.64 129-57 98.93 2-24-58 100.51 73-58 98.12 I1-18-57 99.10 1-20-58 99.66 56-58 98.08 12-11-58 96.04 938-219-7 11-18-57 106.08 73-58 104.13 6-29-59 98.17 15-60 98.37 127-57 104.98 98-58 105.69 8-12-59 98.43 2-22-60 99.68 1-20-58 105.81 10-22-58 104.61 9-28-59 98.13 4-13-60 98.95 2-24-58 105.51 29-59 102.97 119-59 97.52 75-60 99.62 56-58 103.69 3-30-59 99.72 938-223-1 56-58 9.42 9-10-58 10.21 12-11-58 13.43 6-30-60 11.34 73-58 10.94 10-22-58 12.86 126

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Table 5,--Continued Well Water Water Water IJ=ter number Date level Date level Date level Date level 938-236-1 4-16-58 38.40 6-11-58 37.11 8-19-58 37.57 11-20-58 38.06 57-58 37.72 71-58 37.19 9-16-58 37.52 129-58 38.13 5-21-58 37.35 7-29-58 37.41 10-24-58 37.80 6-29-60 33.32 939-217-2 78-58 8.60 10-22-58 11.37 12-16-58 12.14 939-225-1 58-58 91.13 10-22-58 92.20 3-30-59 88.24 8-13-59 87.12 71-58 91.98 128-58 92.03 6:22-59 86.90 6-29-60 87.30 9-10-58 91.24 939-230-1 2-14-58 50.59 57-58 48.28 99-58 47.82 128-58 48.39 2-27-58 50.70 71-58 47.90 10-24-58 48.18 940-218-2 2-25-58 128.58 73-58 128.50 12-16-58 125.09 75-60 123.63 4-29-58 125.04 940-218-6 5-14-58 6.10 73-58 7.62 12-16-58 7.34 940-220-2 3-26-58 10.14 72-58 11.53 10-22-58 14.66 12-10-58 14.31 55-58 9.46 9-11-58 13.02 940-224-1 57-58 57.98 9-10-58 57.98 10-22-58 58.83 12-11-58 58.92 :72-58 58.69 940-228-1 8-13-58 1.55 10-22-58 1.85 29-59 1.32 6-22-59 /1.75 9-10-58 1.15 128-58 1.85 3-30-59 / .41 8-13-59 /1.51 941-211-1 63-58 12.47 10-29-58 13.81 12-12-58 13.57 75-60 11.43 9-12-58 13.07 941-216-1 11-21-57 83.30 1-20-58 83.57 56-58 81.89 12-16-58 83.08 129-57 83.43 2-25-58 83.63 10-29-58 83.12 941-222-2 10-22-58 121.09 3-30-59 118.62 9-30-59 115.97 2-22-60 116.91 12-11-58 120.72 6-22-59 116.47 119-59 115.75 4-13-60 115.60 29-59 120.23 8-13-59 116.45 15-60 116.06 6-30-60 116.38 941-234-1 1-28-58 .78 57-58 / .81 129-58 / .38 3-31-59 /2.37 2-25-58 1.11 71-58 91.34 2-10-59 / .80 942-207-1 3-21-59 16.67 84-59 17.42 11-16-59 17.73 2-29-60 18.42 46-59 17.25 101-59 16.89 12-22-59 18.83 4-21-60 17.40 6-25-59 17.14 942-216-1 1-20-58 91.38 56-58 89.55 7-31-58 90.03 12-16-58 90.93 2-17-58 91.16 942-216-2 11-21-57 91.85 39-58 91.02 5-11-58 90.24 7-31-58 90.04 1-20-58 101.53 942-221-1 42-59 2.95 8-13-59 3.17 11-10-59 3.34 2-23-60 3.02 6-24-59 3.06 9-30-59 3.96 12-23-59 5.15 4-20-60 2.77 943-215-1 47-59 4.19 8-14-59 3.38 11-12-59 4.89 2-25-60 5.96 66-59 5.00 102-59 4.77 12-23-59 6.15 4-21-60 5.08 945-205-1 6-27-58 4.76 2-13-59 3.69 8-14-59 2.76 12-23-59 3.36 9-11-58 4.39 47-59 2.13 101-59 2.27 2-25-60 3.56 10-28-58 4.86 6-25-59 2.49 11-16-59 2.84 4-21-60 2.69 12-11-58 4.38 945-237-1 8-12-58 3.09 10-24-58 3.67 2-10-59 3.32 6-23-59 9 .77 9-10-58 3.21 129-58 4.03 41-59 1 .47 946-206-1 63-58 87.60 2-13-59 87.88 101-59 84.87 2-25-60 85.56 9-11-58 88.13 47-59 86.11 11-16-59 84.85 4-21-60 84.59 10-29-58 88;78 6-25-59 85.22 12-23-59 85.31 75-60 85.19 12-11-58 88.49 8-14-59 85.38 1Z7

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Table i5.--Coatnued Wall WIe Water Wr ater Water number Date level Date level Date level Date a lovel 946-21-1 47-59 5.75 8-14-59 4.44 11-12-59 6.15 2-25-60 4.85 6-25-59 5.42 102-59 6.65 12-23-59 6.99 4-21-60 6.90 9%6-218-L 5-15-5 7.58 12-11-58 7.10 8-17-59 8.13 12-23-59 8.06 78-58 7.22 2-12-59 6.34 9-30-59 7.83 2-23-60 8.07 9-12-58 7.57 42-59 5.76 11-10-59 6.73 4-20-60 8.73 10-28-38 8.27 6-24-59 7.37 94-218-2 5-15-58 88.79 12-11-58 89.83 8-17-59 85.95 2-23-60 87.35 78-58 89.13 2-12-59 89.39 9-30-59 86.38 4-20-60 86.95 9-12-58 88.85 42-59 86.99 11-10-59 86.31 6-30-60 87.83 10-28-53 89.58 6-24-59 86.17 12-23-59 86.74 949-226-t 10-29-57 7.60 55-58 5.88 2-10-59 5.73 119-59 5.44 11-19-57 7.94 72-58 6.38 41-59 4.09 14-60 6.68 126-57 8.09 9-10-58 6.67 6-23-59 5.25 2-22-60 7.40 1-20-58 7.82 10-24-58 8.24 8-12-59 6.27 4-19-60 5.78 2-27-58 6.69 129-58 7.68 9-28-59 6.05 946-226-2 11-19-57 113.92 5-25-59 108.32 10-31-59 107.17 45-60 107.52 126-57 113.98 5-31-59 107.93 115-59 107.13 4-10-60 107.46 t-20-58 113.76 65-59 107.70 11-10-59 107.17 4-20-60 107.32 2-27-58 113.53 6-10-59 107.53 11-15-50 107.06 4-25-60 107.15 55-58 111.95 6-15-59 107.42 11-20-59 107.04 4-30-60 107.33 72-58 111.89 6-20-59 107.28 11-25-59 106.92 55-60 107.38 9-10-58 111.56 6-25-59 107.27 11-30-59 107.36 5-10-60 107.29 10-25-58 111.77 6-30-59 107.16 125-59 107.17 5-15-60 107.47 10-31-58 111.83 75-59 107.17 12-10-59 107.33 5-20-60 107.55 tt5-58 111.93 7-10-59 107.26 12-15-59 107.46 5-25-60 107.57 11-15-58 112.02 7-15-59 107.22 12-20-59 107.58 5-31-60 107.57 11-20-58 112.00 7-20-59 107.22 12-25-59 107.57 65-60 107.68 11-25-58 111.98 7-25-59 107.20 12-31-59 107.76 6-10-60 107.93 11-30-58 112.22 7-31-59 107.14 15-60 107.74 6-15-60 107.90 125-58 112.13 85-59 107.24 1-10-60 107.84 6-20-60 107.98 12-10-58 112.14 8-10-59 107.38 1-15-60 107.72 6-25-60 108.06 12-15-58 112.22 8-15-59 107.48 1-20-60 108.07 6-30-60 108.12 12-20-58 112.18 8-20-59 107.47 1-25-60 108.13 75-60 108.16 12-25-58 112.25 8-25-59 107.52 1-31-60 108.02 7-10-60 108.22 12-31-58 112.18 8-31-59 107.57 25-60 108.11 7-15-60 108.34 2-15-59 111.55 95-59 107.65 2-10-60 108.12 7-20-60 108.41 45-59 109.38 9-10-59 107.65 2-15-60 108.51 7-25-60 108.38 4-10-59 109.04 9-15-59 107.69 2-20-60 108.65 7-31-60 108.42 4-15-59 108.99 9-20-59 107.79 2-25-60 108.33 85-60 108.35 4-20-59 108.89 9-25-59 107.59 2-29-60 108.63 8-10-60 108.18 4-25-59 108.74 9-30-59 107.60 35-60 108.75 8-15-60 108.07 4-30-59 108.45 105-59 107.67 3-10-60 108.47 8-20-60 108.01 55-59 108.46 10-10-59 107.70 3-15-60 108.40 8-25-60 107.94 5-10-59 108.49 10-15-59 107.57 3-20-60 108.54 5-15-59 108.44 10-20-59 107.41 3-25-60 108.09 5-20-59 108.51 10-25-59 107.14 3-31-60 107.69 S4.-228-L 24-58 67.04 57-58 64.86 7-28-58 64.82 6-30-60 62.29 2-27-58 66.90 6-11-58 64.99 129-58 65.88 94'-210-2 4-16-58 9.18 78-58 10.15 10-29-58 13.90 12-11-58 11.37 59-58 10.86 9-11-58 12.65 948-229-1 4-20-59 6.75 8-12-59 7.28 119-59 7.04 2-22-60 9.14 6-23-59 7.28 9-28-59 7.23 14-60 8.47 4-19-60 7.16 948-231-2 L-20-58 63.60 12-10-58 64.13 8-12-59 61.28 2-22-60 62.56 72-58 63.37 2-11-59 63.02 9-28-59 60.73 4-19-60 61.43 9-10-58 63.46 41-59 57.90 119-59 60.40 6-30-60 62.19 10-24-58 63.94 6-13-59 59.09 14-60 62.20 949-21-1 10-24-57 30.47 2-27-58 30.74 72-58 29.89 129-58 30.56 14-58 30.9 58-58 29.56 10-24-58 30.38 6-30-60 29.20 1-20-58 30.85 128

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Table 5.-Continued Well Water Water Water '.!i number Date level Date level Date level Data e ,*,,i 949-236-1 2-14-58 9.73 10-24-58 9.23 6-23-59 6.53 14-60 8.14 3-28-58 8.56 129-58 9.39 8-12-59 7.75 2-22-60 8.40 58-58 8.40 2-11-59 8.74 9-28-59 7.49 4-19-60 7.32 72-58 8.77 41-59 5.05 119-59 7.74 6-30-60 8.12 9-10-58 8.90 950-220-1 2-12-59 3.22 8-17-59 4.00 11-10-59 3.85 2-23-60 3.93 42-59 2.73 9-30-59 4.53 12-23-59 4.84 4-20-60 4.63 6-23-59 3.85 950-235-1 3-12-58 32.18 72-58 32.50 10-24-58 32.98 6-30-60 31.84 58-58 32.10 9-10-58 32.62 129-58 33.14 950-236-2 81-57 33.55 58-58 32.02 9-10-58 32.52 129-58 33.04 43-58 32.10 72-58 32.39 10-24-58 32.88 6-30-60 31.79 951-224-1 42-59 2.87 8-13-59 4.64 11-10-59 4.61 2-23-60 5.72 6-24-59 4.55 9-29-59 4.73 12-23-59 5.60 4-19-60 4.81 951-224-2 3-11-58 91.76 10-28-58 90.37 6-24-59 86.76 12-23-59 86.74 59-58 90.65 12-17-58 90.40 8-13-59 86.66 2-23-60 87.47 77-58 90.58 2-12-59 90.15 9-29-59 86.38 4-19-60 86.25 9-12-58 89.93 42-59 87.86 11-10-59 86.46 6-30-60 87.04 951-234-1 2-14-58 / .23 58-58 /1.64 72-58 /1.15 129-58 / .52 2-27-58 / .32 951-235-2 61-57 14.70 58-58 20.11 9-10-58 20.80 12-10-58 21.22 43-58 19.81 72-58 20.65 10-24-58 21.20 6-30-60 20.18 Bradford County 945-203-1 6-25-58 12.70 12-12-58 13.24 5-27-59 9.06 11-16-59 8.14 98-58 12.88 2-16-59 12.65 6-25-59 9.32 12-22-59 8.80 101-58 13.23 48-59 10.40 86-59 8.71 2-29-60 8.78 10-29-58 13.43 5-27-59 9.07 101-59 7.79 4-21-60 8.65 945-203-2 6-25-58 16.50 12-12-58 17.38 5-27-59 13.14 86-59 11.53 98-58 16.93 2-16-59 16.90 5-27-59 13.10 101-59 9.45 10-29-58 17.40 48-59 14.25 6-25-59 12.44 945-203-3 6-27-58 25.46 2-16-59 26.02 86-59 20.36 12-22-59 19.54 98-58 25.76 48-59 24.25 101-59 18.29 2-29-60 21.24 10-29-58 26.22 5-27-59 22.69 11-16-59 18.50 4-21-60 19.80 12-12-58 26.52 6-25-59 21.63 945-203-4 6-23-58 23.49 2-16-59 23.95 86-59 18.31 12-22-59 17.45 98-58 23.69 48-59 22.40 101-59 16.20 2-29-60 19.19 10-29-58 24.18 5-27-59 20.64 11-16-59 16.39 4-21-60 17.70 12-12-58 24.50 6-25-59 19.50 948-203-1 3-10-59 35.6 101-59 24.85 4-21-60 25.25 8-22-60 24.19 47-59 28070 11-12-59 25.98 7-18-60 25.65 9-12-60 24.57 6-29-59 27.39 12-22-59 26.92 7-29-60 25.59 10-17-60 22.87 8-14-59 27.94 2-29-60 27.75 950-203-1 46-59 5.80 8-14-59 7.44 11-12-59 7.75 2-25-60 10.20 6-29-59 6.44 9-30-59 6.54 12-22-59 9.66 4-20-60 7.91 950-213-1 77-59 70.15 9-30-59 70.50 12-23-59 71.29 4-20-60 70.11 8-14-59 70.48 11-12-59 70.57 2-23-60 71.55 6-24-60 71.66 951-214-1 2-19-59 5.8 8-14-59 8.45 11-12-59 6.90 2-23-60 11.30 47-59 5.70 9-30-59 7.89 12-23-59 9.72 4-20-60 7.55 6-24-59 6.68 952-204-1 9-18-59 87.94 9-30-59 86.84 12-22-59 86.50 4-20-60 85.87 9-24-59 85.88 11-12-59 86.26 2-25-60 86.65 6-28-60 86.61 129

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Table S.-Continued Well Water Water Water Water aumber Dace level Date level Date level Date level 953-205-1 47-59 11.13 8-14-59 13.54 11-12-59 7.45 2-25-60 7.69 6-29-59 11.87 9-30-59 7.89 12-22-59 8.49 4-20-60 9.13 953-210-1 47-59 2.93 8-14-59 4.43 11-12-59 2.84 2-23-60 2.96 6-24-59 3.85 9-30-59 3.64 12-23-59 3.88 4-20-60 2.93 936-205-1 46-59 16.83 8-17-59 16.71 11-12-59 16.00 2-26-60 16,77 6-24-59 16.54 9-30-59 16.21 12-22-59 16.49 4-20-60 16.89 956-206-5 55-58 28.60 9-11-58 28.82 117-58 28.97 2-13-59 27.00 78-58 29.33 107-58 29.16 12-18-58 27.64 47-59 -25.20 8-11-58 28.69 956-208-1 12-12-57 13.67 9-11-58 12.73 42-59 8.96 11-12-59 11.43 1-20-58 12.98 10-28-58 13.64 6-24-59 10.36 12-23-59 12.61 2-27-58 11.56 12-18-58 11.93 8-17-59 12.32 2-25-60 11.49 59-58 11.13 2-13-59 10.72 9-30-59 10.66 4-20-60 10.34 78-58 10.64 958-213-1 9-11-58 8.17 10-28-58 9.04 12-17-58 6.89 958-2t1-2 42-59 4.48 8-17-59 5.39 11-12-59 5.35 2-25-60 4.74 6-24-59 5.74 9-30-59 5.53 12-23-59 6.02 4-20-60 5.73 000-210-1 46-59 4.28 9-30-59 4.67 12-23-59 5.26 4-20-60 4.75 8-17-59 5.06 11-12-59 4.70 2-25-60 4.31 000-210-2 6-17-59 70.35 9-30-59 71.20 12-23-59 71.91 4-20-60 70.58 6-24-59 70.52 11-12-59 71.32 2-25-60 71.86 6-28-60 72.28 8-17-59 71.09 L Clay County 943-202-1 46-59 7.86 84-59 8.25 11-16-59 7.10 2-29-60 8.83 6-25-59 8.59 101-59 6.63 12-22-59 8.07 4-21-60 7.68 9431-20-3 5-11-60 88.76 6-27-60 89.36 8-22-60 88.52 9-12-60 88.06 945-201-2 3-24-60 32.04 4-21-60 33.97 6-27-60 34.69 8-22-60 33.56 94a-1'5-L 3-11-59 34.10 84-59 29.10 11-13-59 27.04 2-29-60 29.95 46-59 30.29 101-59 26.30 12-21-59 28.05 4-22-60 28.99 6-26-59 29.15 940-159-4 3-22-60 40.54 4-22-60 41.27 8-22-60 42.04 9-12-60 41.4b 946-202-1 6-26-58 6.68 10-29-58 6.95 2-16-59 6.76 5-27-59 5.60 98-58 6.73 12-12-58 6.93 48-59 5.93 5-27-59 5.53 946-202-2 6-18-58 20.70 12-12-58 21.82 5-27-59 18.07 11-16-59 15.80 7-25-58 20.62 2-16-59 21.37 6-25-59 17.50 12-22-59 16.35 98-58 20.94 48-59 18.55 86-59 17.52 2-29-60 17.10 10-29-58 21.64 5-27-59 18.10 101-59 15.72 4-21-60 15.54 946-202-3 6-25-58 29.97 2-16-59 29.92 6-25-59 25.63 12-22-59 23.28 98-58 30.00 47-59 28.07 86-59 25.16 2-29-60 23.71 10-29-58 30.34 5-27-59 27.34 101-59 23.07 4-21-60 21.33 12-12-58 30.41 5-27-59 27.32 11-16-59 22.82 947-200-3 2-18-60 48.72 5-17-60 47.22 7-18-60 47.89 9-12-60 46.65 3-31-60 48.37 66-60 47.85 7-29-60 47.71 10-17-60 45.74 52-60 47.81 6-21-60 47.99 8-22-60 47.18 947-20.1-3 6-17-58 18.50 10-29-58 23.05 5-27-59 18.20 11-16-59 9.30 6-19-58 22.75 12-12-58 23.19 6-25-59 16.39 12-22-59 9.23 6-20-58 23.03 2-16-59 22.60 86-59 14.70 2-26-60 9.45 98-58 22.44 47-59 20.18 101-59 10.86 4-21-60 7.36 130

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Table 5.--Continued Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date I'iff) 947-201-4 8-10-59 66.40 10-20-59 65.40 1-31-60 66.11 4-20-60 65.45 8-15-59 66.49 10-25-59 65.24 2-10-60 66.25 4-25-60 65.40 8-20-59 66.56 10-31-59 65.51 2-15-60 66.50 5-20-60 65.58 8-25-59 66.66 11-20-59 65.66 2-20-60 66.60 61-60 66.08 8-31-59 66.38 11-25-59 65.55 2-25-60 66.25 6-27-60 66.37 95-59 66.33 12-15-59 65.87 35-60 66.31 7-18-60 66.08 9-10-59 66.25 12-20-59 65.86 3-10-60 66.17 7-29-60 65.79 9-15-59 66.02 12-25-59 65.89 3-15-60 66.25 9-20-59 65.85 12-31-59 66.05 3-20-60 65.80 9-25-59 65.69 15-60 66.02 3-25-60 65.61 9-30-59 65.57 1-10-60 66.06 3-31-60 65.40 105-59 65.62 1-15-60 66.08 45-60 65.36 10-10-59 65.55 1-20-60 66.26 4-10-60 65.37 10-15-59 65.38 1-25-60 66.24 4-15-60 65.44 947-201-14 2-26-60 27.60 5-17-60 27.77 7-18-60 28.03 9-12-60 27.06 3-31-60 27.75 63-60 28.05 7-29-60 27.82 10-17-60 26.69 52-60 27.59 6-20-60 28.35 8-22-60 27.42 947-201-15 2-26-60 26.23 5-17-60 24.55 7-18-60 24.92 9-12-60 24.08 3-31-60 25.40 63-60 24.75 7-29-60 24.76 10-17-60 23,35 52-60 24.44 6-20-60 25.09 8-22-60 24.11 947-201-16 3-31-60 48.10 66-60 48.00 7-29-60 47.48 9-12-60 46.50 52-60 47.73 6-20-60 48.14 8-22-60 46.85 10-17-60 45.71 5-17-60 47.82 7-18-60 47.79 947-201-17 3-31-60 36.07 66-60 34.78 7-29-60 34.13 9-12-60 33.37 52-60 35.28 6-20-60 34.84 8-22-60 33.31 10-17-60 32.24 5-17-60 34.98 7-18-60 34.50 947-201-18 4-12-60 27.22 7-18-60 27.44 8-22-60 26.87 10-17-60 26.13 6-20-60 27.78 7-29-60 27.26 9-12-60 26.52 947-202-11 3-22-60 36.04 66-60 34.43 7-29-60 33.98 9-12-60 32.65 52-60 34.60 6-20-60 36.35 8-22-60 32.82 10-17-60 30.92 5-16-60 34.15 7-18-60 34.83 947-202-12 3-22-60 26.86 66-60 23.43 7-29-60 23.13 9-12-60 21.58 52-60 23.68 6-20-60 23.92 8-22-60 21.07 10-17-60 19.85 5-16-60 23.03 7-18-60 23.96 947-202-13 4-28-60 30.19 6-20-60 30.74 7-29-60 31.33 9-12-60 31.50 5-16-60 32.86 7-18-60 31.30 8-22-60 31.66 10-17-60 31.21 66-60 33.28 947-202-14 3-10-60 9.70 5-16-60 8.66 7-18-60 8.90 9-12-60 8.00 3-22-60 9.00 66-60 9.16 7-29-60 8.77 10-17-60 7.93 4-28-60 8.35 6-20-60 9.39 8-22-60 8.48 947-202-15 3-15-60 32.72 5-16-60 31.67 7-18-60 24.30 9-12-60 23.48 3-31-60 32.85 66-60 24.72 7-29-60 24.16 10-17-60 23.44 52-60 31.78 6-20-60 24.92 8-22-60 23.97 947-202-16 3-15-60 13.03 66-60 12.54 7-29-60 11.74 9-12-60 10.87 3-31-60 12.14 6-20-60 12.72 8-22-60 11.69 10-17-60 11.63 5-16-60 11.99 7-18-60 11.57 947-202-17 3-21-60 38.14 5-17-60 34.74 7-18-60 34.28 9-12-60 32.93 3-31-60 34.85 66-60 34.84 7-27-60 33.95 10-17-60 32.04 52-60 34.65 6-20-60 34.89 8-22-60 33.54 947-202-18 5-18-60 37.93 7-18-60 37.52 8-22-60 36.85 10-17-60 35.56 6-20-60 37.80 7-29-60 37.12 9-12-60 36.15 947-202-19 5-30-60 40.09 7-18-60 35.77 8-22-60 33.37 10-17-60 32.61 6-20-60 38.02 7-29-60 35.28 9-12-60 32.74 947-202-21 7-18-60 10.75 8-22-60 10.52 9-12-60 9.86 10-17-60 10.00 7-29-60 10.62 131

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Table 5.--Contianu Well Water Water Water natr number Date level Date level Date level Date Io l l 948-155-1 6-26-58 13.78 2-16-59 15.25 84-59 12.59 12-21-59 13.27 10-29-58 16.03 47-59 12.25 101-59 11.45 2-29-60 14.10 12-12-58 16.15 6-26-59 12.63 11-13-59 11.90 4-22-60 12.50 948-200-1 2-25-59 42.15 86-59 37.98 2-26-60 36.49 7-29-60 35.22 46-59 39.97 101-59 37.08 4-21-60 35.48 8-22-60 34.42 5-27-59 38.93 11-16-59 36.18 7-18-60 35.25 9-12-60 33.86 6-25-59 38.39 12-21-59 36.17 948-200-4 2-24-60 42.60 5-17-60 41.07 7-18-60 41.78 9-12-60 40.36 3-23-60 42.08 63-60 41.14 7-29-60 41.60 10-17-60 39.25 4-28-60 41.04 6-21-60 41.93 8-22-60 40.87 948-200-5 3-22-60 38.44 5-17-60 37.02 7-18-60 37.28 9-12-60 35.78 3-23-60 38.36 63-60 37.15 7-29-60 37.21 10-17-60 34.31 4-28-60 37.13 6-21-60 37.41 8-22-60 36.17 948-200-6 3-22-60 37.83 5-17-60 38.53 7-18-60 38.89 9-12-60 37.49 3-23-60 38.13 63-60 38.77 7-29-60 38.81 10-17-60 36.05 4-28-60 37.98 6-21-60 38.99 8-22-60 37.86 948-200-7 5-18-60 41.00 7-18-60 41.33 8-22-60 40.41 10-17-60 38.80 6-21-60 41.45 7-29-60 41.15 9-12-60 39.90 948-201-7 2-18-60 52.36 5-17-60 51.68 7-18-60 52.02 9-12-60 50.63 3-21-60 51.89 63-60 52.13 7-29-60 51.71 10-17-60 49.98 4-28-60 51.42 6-20-60 52.30 8-22-60 51.22 948-201-8 2-18-60 26.52 5-17-60 25.03 7-18-60 25.23 9-12-60 24.27 3-21-60 26.21 63-60 25.15 7-29-60 24.99 10-17-60 23.65 4-28-60 25.00 6-20-60 25.43 8-22-60 24.25 948-201-9 2-19-60 49.12 5-17-60 47.43 7-18-60 47.52 9-12-60 46.66 3-21-60 49.07 63-60 47.24 7-29-60 47.48 10-17-60 45.68 52-60 47.71 6-20-60 47.31 8-22-60 47.14 948-201-10 2-19-60 45.60 5-17-60 43.82 7-18-60 44.07 9-12-60 43.16 3-21-60 45.36 63-60 43.47 7-29-60 43.87 10-17-60 42.15 52-60 44.28 6-20-60 43.42 8-22-60 43.69 948-201-11 32-60 20.76 5-17-60 19.19 7-18-60 19.30 9-12-60 17.90 3-22-60 20.21 63-60 19.37 7-29-60 19.08 10-17-60 17.49 4-28-60 19.06 6-20-60 19.54 8-20-60 18.65 948-201-L1 32-60 17.81 5-17-60 16.07 7-18-60 15.99 9-12-60 14.55 3-22-60 16.59 63-60 16.32 7-29-60 15.91 10-17-60 14.42 4-28-60 15.83 6-20-60 16.57 8-22-60 15.38 948-201-13 7-18-60 14.43 7-29-60 14.20 8-22-60 14.00 10-17-60 13.57 948-202-4 3-11-60 60.07 4-28-60 59.18 6-20-60 58.11 8-22-60 58.30 3-22-60 59.82 5-16-60 59.73 7-18-60 58.14 9-12-60 57.98 4-18-60 59.54 66-60 58.29 7-29-60 58.12 10-17-60 57.24 948-202-5 3-17-60 55.57 4-28-60 55.26 6-20-60 53.62 8-22-60 54.13 3-22-60 55.70 5-16-60 54.97 7-18-60 53.62 9-12-60 53.91 4-18-60 55.69 66-60 53.97 7-29 60 53.70 10-17-60 53.10 948-202-6 3-18-60 48.76 5-16-60 47.33 7-18-60 47.71 9-12-60 46.54 3-22-60 49.44 66-60 47.67 7-29-60 47.39 10-17-60 46.02 4-28-60 47.22 6-20-60 47.89 8-22-60 47.02 948-202-7 3-18-60 31.63 5-16-60 30.38 7-18-60 30.82 9-12-60 30.02 3-22-60 31.69 66-60 30.52 7-29-60 30.65 10-17-60 29.29 4-28-60 30.72 6-20-60 30.77 8-22-60 30.14 948-202-8 4-25-60 57.46 7-18-60 57.59 8-22-60 56.80 9-12-60 56.36 6-30-60 57.73 7-29-60 57.32 8-29-60 56.85 10-17-60 55.78 132

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Table 5.--Continued Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date Ievel 949-157-1 9-23-58 17.27 6-26-59 14.35 11-13-59 13.39 2-26-60 14.09 2-16-59 17.03 8-17-59 14.08 12-21-59 13.76 4-22-60 13.19 47-59 14.94 101-59 13.36 949-157-6 95-58 57.55 65-59 54.82 8-15-59 54.61 10-25-59 53.47 10-29-58 58.17 6-10-59 54.86 8-20-59 54.70 10-31-59 53.64 12-12-58 58.03 6-15-59 54.85 8-25-59 54.81 11-10-59 53.73 48-59 55.59 6-20-59 54.73 8-31-59 54.50 11-15-59 53.68 4-15-59 55.27 6-25-59 54.78 95-59 54.47 11-20-59 53.95 4-20-59 54.94 6-30-59 54.70 9-10-59 54.44 11-25-59 53.79 4-25-59 55.07 75-59 54.64 9-15-59 54.1 11-30-59 53.88 4-30-59 54.92 7-10-59 54.83 9-20-59 54.00 125-59 53.86 55-59 54.97 7-15-59 54.66 9-25-59 53.81 12-31-59 54.27 5-10-59 55.10 7-20-59 54.44 9-30-59 53.74 15-60 54.32 5-15-59 55.07 7-25-59 54.49 105-59 53.76 1-10-60 54.27 5-20-59 55.08 7-31-59 54.57 10-10-59 53.71 1-15-60 54.28 5-25-59 54.80 85-59 54.61 10-15-59 53.58 1-20-60 54.45 5-31-59 54.82 8-10-59 54.54 10-20-59 53.58 1-25-60 54.52 949-159-1 46-59 24.36 <. 6-59 20.26 11-13-59 16.93 2-26-60 22.21 6-25-59 22.12 101-59 14.22 12-21-59 19.32 4-21-60 19.10 949-201-1 6-26-58 5.22 12-12-58 5.18 8-17-59 3.98 12-22-59 4.26 103-58 5.19 42-59 5.42 9-30-59 2.85 2-26-60 4.46 10-30-58 5.40 6-25-59 4.44 11-12-59 3.50 4-20-60 4.27 950-143-1 3-16-56 15.32 35-58 7.85 79-58 9.30 10-30-58 8.56 1-22-58 8.42 5-12-58 7.76 9-15-58 8.80 12-18-58 7.71 950-155-1 46-59 2.74 84-59 2.82 11-13-59 2.77 2-29-60 2.39 6-26-59 3.34 101-59 3.45 12-21-59 3.28 4-22-60 2.46 950-157-1 9-22-58 70.65 10-29-58 71.29 12-12-58 71.59 951-156-1 46-59 6.17 86-59 4.81 11-13-59 4.19 2-26-60 5.20 6-26-59 4.58 101-59 3.74 12-21-59 5.10 4-21-60 4.50 951-201-1 6-22-58 5.69 2-13-59 5.29 8-17-59 4.52 12-22-59 5.24 10-14-58 5.94 42-59 3.83 9-30-59 4.17 2-26-60 5.17 10-30-58 5.92 6-25-59 4.25 11-12-59 4.74 4-20-60 4.59 12-12-58 5.50 952-201-1 6-22-58 3.78 2-13-59 3.25 8-17-59 2.67 12-22-59 2.96 102-58 3.46 42-59 2.76 9-30-59 2.60 2-26-60 2.92 10-30-58 3.54 6-25-59 2.66 11-12-59 2.68 4-20-60 2.87 12-12-58 3.26 953-154-1 46-59 3.88 86-59 4.33 11-13-59 3.86 2-26-60 3.14 6-25-59 4.89 101-59 4.65 12-21-59 4.00 4-21-60 4.48 955-153-1 46-59 3.44 86-59 3.42 11-13-59 3.88 2-26-60 4.37 6-25-59 4.49 101-59 4.15 12-21-59 4.75 4-21-60 4.57 956-158-1 10-20-58 77.08 2-13-59 77.16 8-17-59 74.77 2-26-60 75.35 10-28-58 77.44 42-59 74.70 9-30-59 74.40 4-20-60 74.10 12-12-58 77.56 6-24-59 74.67 12-22-59 74.84 6-28-60 75.22 957-200-1 78-58 48.95 12-18-58 49.56 6-24-59 48.53 12-22-59 48.33 9-15-58 50.98 2-13-59 48.82 8-17-59 48.97 2-26-60 48.24 10-28-58 48.98 42-59 47.60 11-12-59 47.61 4-20-60 48.16 957-200-3 78-58 7.29 9-15-58 8.64 12-18-58 8.71 957-202-1 3-18-59 2.80 8-17-59 2.95 11-12-59 2.55 2-26-60 2.47 46-59 3.22 9-30-59 2.35 12-22-59 2.85 4-20-60 2.47 6-24-59 2.86 958-139-1 15-59 J16.2 63-59 A14.4 10-26-59 A15.7 4-25-60 114.6 2-26-59 013.8 7-24-59 113.8 1-13-60 117.2 6-17-60 113.0 4-23-59 A16.5 8-31-59 113.6 34-60 /16.3 133

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Table 5 .--Continued We l Water Water Water Water oumber Date level Date level Date level Date level 958-139-2 93-56 /20.0 4-23-59 /13.0 8-31-59 /13.6 34-60 /13.0 15-59 /13.0 63-59 /14.4 10-26-59 /12.6 4-25-60 112.8 2-26-59 /1I.2 7-24-59 /11.0 1-13-60 114.2 6-17-60 /10.4 958-151-2 46-59 5.07 101-59 4.12 12-21-59 6.43 4-21-60 6.04 86-59 3.77 11-13-59 5.08 2-26-60 8.34 958-155-2 46-59 4.66 86-59 3.53 11-13-59 3.75 2-26-60 4.14 6-25-59 3.41 101-59 3.66 12-22-59 3.90 4-21-60 4.28 959-140-L 15-59 A14.9 63-59 /14.8 10-26-59 /14.6 4-25-60 /14.5 2-26-59 A13.5 7-24-59 /14;0 1-13-60 /15.0 6-17-60 113.2 4-23-59; 15.2 8-31-59 /14.2 34-60 /14.4 959-200-1 46-59 2.59 8-17-59 2.58 11-12-59 3.10 2-26-60 3.16 6-24-59 2.57 9-30-59 2.80 12-22-59 3.19 4-20-60 2.82 Q02-142-I I5-59 /31.3 63-59 /30.8 10-26-59 131.5 4-25-60 130.8 2-26-59 /29.5 7-24-59 /30.4 1-13-60 /31.9 6-17-60 /29.3 4-23-59 131.1 8-31-59 129.6 34-60 M31.9 003-151-1 87-40 141.7 4-24-59 /37.5 91-59 136.6 37-60 /36.4 15-59 134.0 63-59 /37.5 10-21-59 /37.4 4-28-60 /37.8 2-27-59 /35.2 7-22-59 /37.1 17-60 /36.8 6-15-60 /36.0 006-19-1 15-59 /25.9 63-59 /27.4 10-21-59 /27.0 4-28-60 /27.4 2-27-59 /25.7 7-22-59 /26.7 17-60 126.8 6-15-60 /25.8 4-24-59 /27.8 91-59 J26.5 37-60 126.5 006-L49-2 15-59 124.0 63-59 /24.5 10-21-59 124.4 4-28-60 124.3 2-27-59 123.6 7-22-59 /23.8 17-60 /24.2 6-15-60 123.0 4-24-59 /25.1 91-59 ;23.5 37-60 /23.6 -Union Count r 957-25-1 42-59 4.37 8-13-59 5.01 11-10-59 5.50 2-23-60 6.04 6-24-59 5.08 9-29-59 5.93 12-23-59 6.17 4-19-60 5.28 958-222-1 10-21-58 6.27 6-24-59 4.51 11-10-59 4.95 2-23-60 3.94 2-13-59 3.62 8-13-59 3.16 12-23-59 5.94 4-19-60 5.45 42-59 3.42 9-29-59 5.98 958-230-1 2-11-59 9.04 8-13-59 9.74 11-10-59 8.62 2-22-60 9.33 41-59 8.02 9-29-59 9.13 14-60 9.79 4-19-60 10.07 6-23-59 8.86 959-233-L 12-11-57 94.07 77-58 92.45 2-11-59 91.63 9-29-59 88.78 1-20-58 93.79 9-11-58 92.00 41-59 85.79 11-10-59 89.12 2-27-58 92.96 10-27-58 94.54 6-23-59 85.57 71-60 91.34 58-58 90.18 12-10-58 94.82 8-13-59 89.19 000-232-1 12-11-57 3.35 9-11-58 4.58 41-59 2.95 11-10-59 2.73 1-20-58 3.53 10-27-58 6.55 6-23-59 3.65 14-60 2.97 2-27-58 2.20 12-10-58 6.55 8-13-59 4.14 2-22-60 2.72 58-58 4.66 2-11-59 2.90 9-29-59 4.40 4-19-60 3.62 77-58 3.53 001-224-1 98-59 90.85 11-10-59 90.49 2-23-60 91.37 5-18-60 90.12 9-29-59 90.10 12-23-59 91.06 4-19-60 89.53 71-60 91.16 002-218-1 42-59 7.02 8-17-59 8.30 11-10-59 7.90 2-23-60 9.03 6-24-59 7.76 9-29-59 8.05 12-23-59 8.98 4-20-60 8.32 003-224-1 102-57 77.30 12-10-58 72.83 5-20-60 70.43 71-60 71.42 77-58 72.28 004-229-1 41-58 8.28 77-58 9.05 10-27-58 11.54 12-10-58 11.80 59-58 8.72 9-11-58 9.99 134

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Table 5.--Continued Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 005-222-1 41-58 19.99 10-27-58 22.07 6-23-59 20.13 14-60 20.33 59-58 20.35 12-17-58 20.96 8-13-59 20.26 2-23-60 20.23 77-58 20.25 2-12-59 20.04 9-29-59 20.11 4-19-60 20.60 9-11-58 20.73 41-59 19.57 11-10-59 19.94 005-228-1 41-58 9.53 10-27-58 14.49 6-23-59 10.46 14-60 11.87 59-58 10.85 12-10-58 14.59 8-13-59 11.08 2-23-60 9.97 77-58 9.80 2-12-59 10.24 9-29-59 10.40 4-19-60 10.46 9-11-58 12.85 41-59 9.13 11-10-59 11.56 007-222-1 11-25-58 92.87 65-59 89.72 11-30-59 91.74 5-20-60 90.94 11-30-58 93.12 6-10-59 89.82 125-59 91.56 5-25-60 91.11 125-58 92.83 6-15-59 89.84 12-10-59 91.79 5-31-60 91.45 12-20-58 93.84 6-20-59 89.88 12-15-59 91.81 65-60 91.53 12-25-58 93.88 6-25-59 90.13 12-20-59 91.91 6-10-60 91.84 1'2-31-58 93.83 6-30-59 90.22 12-25-59 92.00 6-15-60 91.97 15-59 93.78 75-59 90.36 12-31-59 92.03 6-20-60 92.08 1-10-59 93.67 7-10-59 90.60 15-60 92.03 6-25-60 92.14 1-15-59 93.40 7-15-59 90.59 1-10-60 92.10 6-30-60 91.80 1-20-59 93.53 7-20-59 90.33 1-15-60 91.87 75-60 91.83 1-25-59 93.52 7-25-59 90.25 1-20-60 92.19 7-10-60 91.95 1-31-59 93.53 7-31-60 90.30 1-25-60 92.35 7-15-60 91.85 25-59 93.39 85-59 90.47 1-31-60. 92.03 7-20-60 91.58 2-10-59 93.46 8-10-59 90.58 25-60 92.05 7-25-60 91.40 2-15-59 93.31 8-15-59 90.91 2-10-60 91.80 7-31-60 91.05 2-20-59 93.32 8-20-59 90.97 2-15-60 92.21 85-60 90.85 2-25-59 93.13 8-25-59 91.10 2-20-60 92.28 8-10-60 90.64 35-59 92.37 8-31-59 91.07 2-25-60 91.75 8-15-60 90.53 3-10-59 92.05 95-59 91.35 2-29-60 91.70 8-20-60 90.62 3-15-59 91.56 9-10-59 91.42 35-60 91.45 8-25-60 90.69 3-20-59 90.93 9-15-59 91.18 3-10-60 91.05 8-31-60 90.90 3-25-59 90.54 9-20-59 91.25 3-15-60 90.96 95-60 90.86 3-31-59 89.90 9-25-59 91.16 3-20-60 90.77 9-10-60 90.73 45-59 89.68 9-30-59 91.13 3-25-60 90.35 9-15-60 90.94 4-10-59 89.54 105-59 91.41 3-31-60 89.97 9-20-60 90.95 4-15-59 89.63 10-10-59 91.45 45-60 89.95 9-25-60 90.90 4-20-59 89.39 10-15-59 91.37 4-10-60 89.98 9-30-60 90.80 4-25-59 89.72 10-20-59 91.35 4-15-60 90.07 105-60 90.45 4-30-59 89.64 10-25-59 91.07 4-20-60 90.11 10-10-60 90.18 55-59 89.92 10-31-59 91.37 4-25-60 89.92 10-15-60 89.88 5-10-59 90.27 115-59 91.40 4-30-60 90.13 10-20-60 89.85 5-15-59 90.37 11-10-59 91.48 55-60 90.32 10-25-60 89.98 5-20-59 90.65 11-15-59 91.39 5-10-60 90.33 10-31-60 90.04 5-25-59 90.38 11-20-59 91.45 5-15-60 90.66 115-60 90.50 5-31-59 89.92 11-25-59 91.26 Levy County 926-229-1 57-58 6.22 99-58 5.85 10-23-58 5.92 930-233-1 2-10-58 3.43 57-58 2.50 99-58 .76 128-58 .15 2-25-58 3.60 71-58 2.80 10-23-58 .67 2-10-59 .07 135

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Table 6. Chbnilc|l Aralyo* 4and Tlempertures of Ground Wstere (notai I ar locttlon of uells, ive figure 56 aad 6) ----, ------fl e 1nEie v af xjA"pfj> 1 d ILL "ja l C 050t0, i & an4 co9 9,. solids a C&COS conductMagPo.aOTer. at* CalastaxBlear. ChloFloiPhosCalROes44u Calcru, Non(micro, per. ell of tilea Iron lotu situn odium alum bonate lultate ride rde i rate phate cuat sporcarbonsbora Clsure number oleation (8tO) (re) (Cs) (Mg) (Ma) (K) (C ) (0 ) (CI) (F) (NO) (L0) lated IO'C aium ito* at 2c pH or ('r) ALACHUA COImTY _Water-tble aqulfer 93021604 07-27-60 10 0,15 9,2 19 --30 .2 0.0 0.4 0.1 -7 -31 6 100 .0 -76 93322303 07-27-60 6.0 6.4 3,6 1.3 3,2 0,6 13 4.0 6. .1 .2 0,1 33 40 14 4 48 ,6 S 00 76 93621201 07-14-60 .6 .02 4,6 .9 --18 --8 --40 -16 0 74 ,I .. 93721203 07-14-60 15 1.1 29 12 --132 2,0 -.6 --143 -122 14 262 7. -73 93721201 07-27-60 15 ,73 28 17 --140 3.8 12 .6 --173 -140 26 257 .0 -73 94121001 07-14-60 15 .02 23 98 --120 --.4 --117 -98 0 216 7.6 -75 9412110 07-14-60 19 .01 37 16 --186 3.2 14 .4 .0 -190 -18 6 336 7.8 -71 9422070 07-26-60 8.8 .68 2.8 2.7 13 .6 19 13 24 .8 .2 .2 74 111 18 2 144 .6 140 80 94222101 07-8-60 3.6 .50 1.6 .7 8.0 .4 4 5.6 8.0 .4 1.4 .0 32 79 7 4 62 .8 60 79 943201 07-1-60 2.2 3.8 11 .9 --33 --.1 -s -3 4 t99 .8 -76 W9462180 07-26-60 8.0 .10 13 6.2 26 2 12 16 61 .3 37 -02 238 68 48 367 .6 2 1 9462260 07-26-60 43 .16 5.2 1.6 6.5 .1 7 4.0 7.5 .1 16 .2 49 57 19 14 7S .3 -74 472100 08-1-60 22 .041 44 18 --228 --.3 --200 -184 0 374 .4 -74 942110 07-27-60 7.6 .55 3. 2.89 30 .3 9 -34 .0 14 -88 -20 12 143 14 -75 9421402 07-27-60 4.1 .19 4.4 1.2 6.1 .8 18 6.4 6.0 .1 .9 .1 38 46 16 3 64 .6 20 82 9502130 08-16-60 31 .78 38 13 --186 --.3 --183 -148 0 312 .2 -74 9502200 07-26-60 7.8 1.6 3.6 1.3 --11 -9.5 .3 .2 ---14 6 57 .7 -74 9512240 07-26-60 5.5 .35 5.2 2.7 3.9 .1 15 15 7.5 .5 .7 48 65 24 12 88 .68 0 80 Secondary artesian aquifer 9302140 07-27-60 12 0.03 50 22 254 9.2 -0.5 -239 216 8 428 .0 76 9322050 07-14-60 33 1.9 45 7.7 182 --.8 -201 144 0 JOB .1 76 93520403 07-14-60 9.8 .04 15 6.9 76 --.5 -76 66 4 142 .2 79 935204w 07-14-80 12 .12 14 4.86 6 -.-68 54 9 110 .1 70 9352070 07-14-60 41 .11 9.6 7.3 59 --.7 -98 54 6 115 .1 79 938208 07-14-60 42 .19 34 13 162 3.6 -.5 -193 138 6 288 .0 9392040l 07-,15-0 25 .12 32 6.1 123 2.4 -.6 -146 10 4 226 .1 80 9s2150 07-15-60 32 .07 27 .4 114 --.5 -141 94 0 201 .8 9392160 07-20-60 17 .28 34 10 186 --.6 -11 126 0 29 .1 78

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939220 07-20-60 12 0.87 36 14 180 --0.6 -180 148 0 303 .83 9402110 07-14-60 11 .02 30 13 156 --.4 -141 128 0 258 7.5 78 9402140 07-19-60 30 .21 50 17 240 --.6 -243 195 0 412 7.6 78 9402140 07-19-60 30 .30 52 17 246 --.5 -251 200 0 407 .0 76 9402180 07-20-80 17 .11 49 20 252 --.8 -226 204 0 399 .8 76 94021904 07-21-60 1.5 .17 22 11 124 --.6 -114 100 0 25 7.8 79 94022001 07-20-60 17 .22 25 10 128 --.5 -127 104 0 220 .8 1 94022002 07-20-60 15 .07 22 11 116 --.6 -114 100 5 195 7.7 81 94120501 07-15-60 12 .03 6.8 1.9 26 1.2 16 .8 -63 25 4 100 82 94220601 07-15-60 24 .03 38 23 214 4.0 -.5 0.1 219 190 14 36 8.7 80 94221001 07-14-60 49 .04 17 8.6 89 3.2 -.5 -133 78 5 168 7.3 73 9432080 07-19-60 26 .08 41 11 178 --.-190 148 2 310 7 7 9442050 07-15-60 23 .03 32 18 188 --.5 -189 154 0 328 7.8 83 9442060 07-15-60 24 .03 37 15 186 --.6 -182 154 2 318 7.8 79 9462100 07-28-60 12 .10 46 23 250 --.4 -230 210 4 415 .0 75 9472100 07-28-60 11 .068 49 21 0.9 234 6.8 24 .4 6.3 249 209 17 453 8.0 74 9472100 08-15-60 15 .02 43 22 242 --.5 -224 198 0 400 7.6 72 94920801 07-27-60 16 .05 41 18 204 2.8 -.3 -202 176 10 344 .82 95021001 08-16-60 13 .06 42 21 232 --.2 -1221 192 2 385 :.1 76 Floridan aquifer 92720302 07-26-60 15 0.05 54 5.4 --196 --0.2 --193 -157 0 325 7.9 -74 92920402 07-26-60 9.5 .31 14 2.4 16 8.9 30 25 20 .4 4.1 1.3 117 144 45 20 192 6.9 140 82 92920901 07-14-60 24 -53 9.7 --210 --.3 --209 -172 0 347 .1 -76 92921301 07-27-60 20 .29 74 9.6 --250 6.4 -.3 --252 -221 19 354 .2 -76 92921401 07-27-60 17 .04 110 21 35 .7 312 6.0 126 .5 2.9 -473 -361 106 836 8.0 -78 93020501 07-14-60 21 .89 67 10 --254 --.3 --254 -208 0 421 8.0 -78 93020601 07-14-60 17 .07 54 11 --218 --.3 --21 -180 1 361 .0 -76 9302002 07-14-60 25 .03 66 16 --280 -.3 --265 -230 1 445 8.1 -82 9302060 07-14-60 23 .12 34 11 --230 --.6 --231 -130 2 371 7.9 -81 9302160 07-28-60 32 2.5 69 7.5 --244 --.7 --238 -202 2 382 8.2 -74 9302160 07-27-60 18 .13 67 4.1 -224 --.4 --224 -184 0 364 8.2 -76 9302170 07-13-60 6.7 .02 52 3.5 --172 --.3 --171 -144 3 290 7.9 -75 9312180 07-13-60 11 .32 46 5.1 8.5 1.6 157 2.4 16 .3 .5 .6 169 196 136 8 293 7.9 70 93121902 07-13-60 16 .66 75 5.1 19 .6 252 3.6 38 .4 .1 -289 -208 2 501 8.2 -82 93221503 07-28-60 14 .92 65 2.4 --208 --.3 --206 -172 2 339 .2 -74 93222201 07-27-60 12 7.3 105 5.8 --308 --.3 --330 -285 20 551 8.3 -74 93223101 07-28-60 6.2 .05 53 2.4 --168 --.2 --170 -142 4 287 8.0 -78 93320602 07-14-60 17 .28 47 8.9 --180 --.4 --185 -154 6 303 8.1 -77 93321902 07-28-60 47 .92 101 9.5 22 .8 142 6.8 32 .7 .1 -385 -291 18 651 8.4 -74

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ToJle a9,-Coultinue -.. ....... I al A, "B..t LA --Iar a a.tl l j a nd aocot e NagscU4d MaCsCO, po'a4idct MAEolv4oI $-j at I Date Cal-ahs orChloFluo. PhtoCl1Residl e Calolum, Mon(atcrow perWell '. oat 811Ic Iroan ol itUM od04ua Mlu boalSt ultat ride ride trate phate auat ags*oarbonabao Colature umber 011atloa (SlOp) (e) (C) () (Nu) (K) (M ) (80) (Cl) ( N) (NO.) (PO) lated 180'C slum au t at 26'C pH or ('r) ALACHUIA O DUIY-Contlnued Florldea Mqilter--Contlonud 0332320 07-27-.0 .0.0 l ---182 --.-. --. 386 ,80 .77 936204 07-27-80 14 ,07 44 .4 -154 --0,3 --160 -128 2 260 ,0 -8 938001 07-14-60 32 .08 14 44 -36 5.2 13 .9 8,5 -104 -53 24 140 6,8 -79 9352110 07-14-60 34 .21 50 12 -21 --.6 --220 -174 1 345 .3 -78 352132 07-14-60 7.5 .03 35 1.6 -84 4.0 12 .4 33 -146 -04 26 260 7.8 -78 9352200 07-20-40 11 2.3 138 3.3 20 1.2 422 .8 33 .1 .6 -420 443 358 6 718 83 -81 932200 07-0-0 9.1 .07 117 2.4 --340 --.3 --340 -302 4 583 .4 -82 9352200 07-20-60 9.0 1.8 118 6.6 --38 1.2 -.2 -359 -322 16 601 .3 81 932210 07-2860 17 .03 130 3.8 31 .4 356 13 67 .3 --438 -340 48 783 .1 -74 9352250 07-27-0 7.0 .06 89 1.5 --270 6.0 6.8 .2 --264 -228 12 450 2. -78 9362070 07-14-60 4 .06 44 12 --194 ---194 -160 0 330 1 -81 9362200 07-1-40 2.4 .04 12 .7 14 .6 21 2.0 30 .2 .6 0.1 73 96 33 16 146 .5 -7 9362200 07-20-0 11 .13 2 1.6 --278 12 -.2 --281 -236 8 471 .184 S938236 07-28-40 6.5 .02 34 1.2 --103 5.2 -.2 --118 -90 6 184 .2937212 07-19-60 14 .03 37 20 --193 .8 6.5 .6 --176 -174 17 315 .-81 93721601 7-19-60 49 .05 13 2.1 --46 -13 1.5 .1 -124 -41 4 148 .1 -78 9372170 07-19-40 18 .0 58 6.7 --204 --.4 --211 -172 5 348 .0 78 9372220 08-16-60 7.5 .02 44 .7 3.7 .1 137 2.8 2,5 .1 .9 -130 132 113 0 234 .5 -74 9372230 08-16-60 19 -78 4.7 --248 6.4 -.2 --292 -124 11 407 1 -78 9372320 07-29-60 9.1 .01 42 2.7 --136 --.2 --1 -11 4 227 .8 74 9382060 07-14-60 21 .17 34 21 --196 2.0 -.6 --189 -172 11 324 1 84 9382110 07-14-60 51 .09 34 8.0 --134 3.6 -1.0 --177 -118 236 .9 74 9382110 07-14-60 1.7 .03 7.6 1. --30 --.5 --38 -72 .0 9382110 07-14-60 45 .02 34 11 --156 --.9 --188 -130 2 272 .1 9382160 07-19-60 25 .04 53 14 --222 12 -.4 --236 -190 8 388 .2 -82 9382170 07-20-60 14 .02 12 5.8 --60 --.4 -68 -54 5 119 .2 80 9382170 07-19-60 22 .06 48 10 --184 9.2 10 .4 --198 -161 10 336 .5 -80 9382190 07-20-60 22 .07 54 15 --216 22 -.--244 -196 19 400 .2 -74 9382190 07-20-60 20 .08 82 8.1 --280 4.0 -.3 --300 -238 8 483 .2 -74 9382190 07-20-60 9.9 .17 36 4.9 10 128 8.8 11 .4 0.4 1.3 147 175 110 5 255 .0 75 74 9382190 08-16-60 10 .04 18 5.4 11 1.2 50 21 19 .5 ,2 _-ll 67 26 193 .4 -76 9382190 07-20-60 16 .11 46 7.5 7.2 .8 171 10 10 .4 .2 .8 183 200 146 a 309 .2 45 76 9382230 08-16-60 8.9 .20 78 .4 -218 7.6 -.3 .-233 -196 18 406 .2 -78 9382230 08-16-60 22 .03 70 .9 --212 --.3 --228 -178 4 364 .0 -74

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93823401 07-29-60 16 .02 147 37 20 2.4 188 344 26 .6 .6 .0 687 743 519 65 983 1.1 -78 9382340 07-29-60 7.7 .01 52 3.0 --170 --.2 --163 -142 2 277 .1 -78 93823501 07-29-60 6.5 .02 52 2.6 162 --.2 --159 -140 7 273 .1 -74 93823601 07-29-60 6.1 .02 51 2.7 --162 --.2 --160 -138 5 273 B.0 -74 93823602 08-29-0 5.6 .02 50 3.6 --156 5.2 -0.2 --156 -140 12 269 8.1 -74 93823701 07-29-60 5.9 .02 50 3.2 --162 --.2 --154 -138 5 268 .0 -71 9392190 07-20-60 26 .08 50 18 --220 19 11 .4 --245 -199 18 410 8.2 -79 9392210 08-1-60 .1 .07 55 5.6 --192 --.3 --190 -160 2 329 .2 -80 93922102 08-15-60 12 .07 82 3.8 --256 7.6 -.3 --263 -220 10 440 .1 -79 9392230 08-15-60 9.6 .04 45 .0 --134 --.3 --150 -112 2 240 .4 -82 9392230 08-15-60 9.4 .10 49 .9 --150 --.2 --161 -126 3 263 .6 -81 9392230 08-15-60 11 .03 50 .7 --160 --.3 --161 -128 0 264 7.7 -79 9392250 08-16-60 13 .04 63 1.2 --192 --.3 --204 -162 4 333 7.8 -79 9392260 08-16-60 10 .03 76 4.5 --248 3.2 -.2 --245 -208 5 418 7.7 -81 93922701 08-16-60 15 .08 87 1.2 --262 1.2 -.2 --266 -222 8 441 .8 -80 93922702 08-16-60 9.2 .58 59 3.6 --202 --.2 203 --162 0 341 7.6 -74' 94021102 07-14-60 36 .09 42 19 --216 --.4 --216 -182 5 365 7.9 -74 94021701 07-20-60 30 .05 46 16 8.9 .7 222 8.0 9.0 .3 .2 -228 227 181 0 370 8.2 -74 94021702 07-20-60 33 .05 46 17 --220 -9.5 .5 .0 -239 -135 4 376 7.7 -74 9402180 07-20-80 9.4 .07 12 4.5 --76 --.5 --82 -50 0 147 7.5 -76 9402180 07-20-60 23 .33 49 19 --270 --.6 --245 -200 0 414 .7 -79 9402190 07-20-60 29 .17 62 21 --244 36 12 .4 --303 -242 42 468 .0 -81 9402190 07-20-0 26 .17 55 18 --246 22 -.5 --268 -211 10 433 .1 -83 9402240 08-16-60 8.2 .0 1.8 --208 22 10 0.2 .2 -224 -12 12 391 .8 -77 94120702 07-15-60 20 .05 35 17 --200 3.6 20 .3 --213 -188 0 360 7.8 -94121102 07-14-60 35 .29 37 20 --224 --.3 --231 -174 0 367 7.8 -74 9412240 08-16-60 17 .02 51 9.5 --204 ----199 -166 0 333 .7 -74 9412340 07-29-60 -.02 ----52 --------94 7.4 -79 9422030 07-15-60 13 .09 32 9.2 --142 .4 13 .3 --147 -118 2 261 7.6 -83 94220305 07-15-60 19 .01 45 17 --228 --.4 --228 -182 0 389 7.7 -77 9422030 07-15-60 15 .05 33 8.6 --150 2.4 15 .3 --162 -118 0 277 7.6 -80 9432040 07-15-60 28 .07 50 14 --216 2.4 -.4 .0 -226 -182 6 366 7.8 -82 94320701 07-19-60 30 .09 30 11 --142 4.0 14 .6 --175 -120 4 272 .6 -94321502 07-19-60 3.8 .07 25 11 5.3 0.1 134 .4 5.5 .3 .1 -118 117 108 0 227 7.7 -76 94322103 07-28-60 30 .04 64 25 9.2 .2 306 14 8.0 .2 .1 -302 299 262 12 504 .2 -78 9442220 07-28-60 12 .02 62 12 --250 --.6 --230 -204 0 397 .0 -74 94521201 07-14-60 29 .05 54 25 --288 --.6 --282 -238 2 472 7.9 -78 9452370 07-26-60 2.7 .04 24 2.7 --80 5.2 -.2 --84 -71 6 155 .2 -81 94620601 07-28-60 21 .24 43 9.4 9.1 1.4 178 .4 10 .4 .1 183 181 146 0 309 .9 -79 9462080 07-28-S 19 .07 42 18 --214 12 12 .5 --224 -179 4 388 .0 -80 94621 07-26-60 17 .46 38 15 4.8 .1 190 .8 7.0 .3 .1 -177 178 156 1 312 .2 -78 94721003 07-28-60 24 .19 48 16 8.0 .2 230 2.0 10 .3 .1 -222 220 186 0 376 1.2 3 74

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Table 6. --Contsoued S.-0. 0.-6.-SA 3 0....y"e .1..4L..r s1i9..... I1-es L LI odut ac -a3nd l-gUAn l SD rolve4 Hrdatee 3pioll oUlide 58 CaCO0 conductiagPose-Te-7 Data CalnotasBlcarChloFluoNmPhoeCalasidue Calctum, Mop(ierow PerWell of Silica Iron cliu 4lum SodiuM lium bonast Sul fIte rd id rate phae ocuat agascarbonAboM Colature number Colection (t0 ) (a) (Cs) (Mg) (W) (K) (IHO ) (804) (Cl) (0) (O ) (P lated 1806C ALtuM te at 'C or ('r) ALACrUA COUNTY-Contiuedd Florldan squirf*-Coantlur d 9472250 07-26-60 33 0.03 44 14 --198 --.--33. -1 18 .332 .8 -78 9473290 07-21-80 16 ,02 70 14 --184 68 12 .1 0.2 -262 -232 81 47 7.4 -74 947229 07-26-60 14 ,50 74 8.6 26 0.8 224 31 44 .2 .0 -30 -220 36 54 7.0 -74 9483310 07-21-60 11 ,05 53 6.4 6.0 .1 168 25 8.0 .3 .1 -187 205 154 24 322 7.9 5 78 9482310 07-21-60 3.9 .08 47 2.6 5.1 .1 142 13 6.0 .2 .2 -148 155 128 12 269 .9 3 81 9492360 07-22-60 7,5 .04 64 5.2 7.4 .1 202 21 8.0 .2 .6 -116 220 188 20 377 8,1 5 7 9492360 07-21-80 7.2 .09 70 .,7 92 .9 202 29 148 .2 .1 -450 479 198 32 836 .9 6 78 9022401 07-21-60 19 .03 33 13 --168 --.4 --188 -136 0 282 .0 -78 98023601 07-21-60 8.0 .09 133 4.9 29 5.8 348 43 38 .3 60 -483 -352 67 783 .9 -82 9502360 07-21-40 6.8 .04 64 3.0 --202 --.0 --204 -172 6 347 .1 -78 9502360 07-21-60 11 .03 63 6.6 34 .8 186 35 44 .3 .3 -287 -184 32 501 i.2 -79 9512240 07-26-60 22 ,09 83 16 7.9 .7 208 30 8.0 .4 .1 -240 248 198 28 401 .2 4 76 95123502 -------202 -----240 ---404 7.8 -95223201 07-21-60 s2 .04 49 8,6 18 ,4 210 --.2 --21 -188 0 351 .6 -82 O 932310 07-26-60 23 .06 98 20 --136 18 18 .6 --397 -326 15 643 7.4 -76 98422701 07-21-60 17 .07 83 9.2 -1 -14 14 12 .5 --212 -170 11 389 .4 -79 9542300 07-21-60 18 .09 47 6.4 -1 -162 8.0 -.2 --170 -144 11 280 .7 -85 9552280 07-22-60 14 .10 60 9.0 --188 32 -.4 --208 -162 32 331 .4 -79 9552280 07-22-60 13 .04 49 2.8 --1 65 18 -.3 --183 -134 10 289 .5 10 76 98522803 07-22-60 18 0.07 53 8.4 --168 26 8,0 0.3 --196 -154 24 322 .4 10 80 9552280 07-22-60 14 .10 49 9.1 6.9 0.4 144 41 6.0 .4 0 0.01 197 243 160 42 331 .1 -79 9852280 07-22-60 11 .07 40 3.4 --128 8.8 7.0 .2 --138 -114 9 241 7.4 -77 BRADFORD COUNTY Water-table aquifer 9420204 08-19-60 7.9 0.05 7.2 3.6 --36 1.6 5.5 0.1 --48 -33 4 84 .8 72 9452040 09-22-60 14 2.2 41 21 --248 --.2 --241 -189 0 416 7*8 75 9472020 09-29-60 .7 .16 21 .0 --76 --.5 --78 -52 0 0 6.8 72 9472030 09-9-60 .7 5.2 1. .--17 --.1 -28 -6 0 41 6.7 75 9482030 09-29-60 .6 .04 4.0 --31 4.4 3. 1.9 --44 -12 0 84 7.0 75 9482030 09-29-60 .9 .03 3.2 .15 0.2 42 --.0 -4 -10 0 81 .1 73 9482030 09-30-60 .8 1.5 .8 --3 --.0 --14 -3 0 28 .0 76 902030 09-22-60 .2 .08 3. 1. 6.6 12 29 --.3 --30 -14 0 66 .8 77 9502030 08-31-60 6.7 .72 1. .--5.5 .0 0.2 -22 -5 0 32 .2 81 9512130 08-30-60 6.7 .21 1. 19 1 .1 8 .8 9. .0 10 -48 -12 6 104 6.1 74 (>0

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9522100 08-31-60 5.3 0.05 2.2 0.9 --12 --0.0 --23 -9 0 35 .2 80 9522120 08-30-60 9.4 .02 9.6 2.9 --40 --.6 --59 -36 3 98 .7 76 9532050 09-22-60 6.0 1.4 4.8 3.4 19 0.5 52 -22 .5 0.7 -84 -26 0 172 .6 76 9532100 09-22-60 2.6 .81 20 2.2 12 .8 59 16 23 3.1 .1 -110 -59 10 221 .6 9542090 08-31-60 19 .76 85 31 --324 --.3 --295 -164 0 520 .9 76 9542120 08-31-60 22 .12 38 17 --200 --.3 --199 -165 1 334 .6 95620803 09-30-60 8.5 4.8 1.2 1.7 12 .0 0 2.4 22 .1 .4 0.0 48 61 10 10 96 .5 95720701 09-15-60 13 .02 28 14 --140 2.4 5.0 .5 --137 -128 13 250 .4 73 95720903 09-30-60 5.3 1.1 2.4 3.9 37 3.5 2 2.0 48 .1 27 .0 130 132 22 20 239 .3 -95721203 09-29-60 16 .06 50 24 --268 --.3 --247 -224 4 432 7.7 74 95721601 09-29-60 9.8 .02 12 3.2 --47 -3.0 .4 3.5 -64 -43 4 104 .9 74 95820901 09-22-60 16 .01 37 18 --156 4.8 31 .3 12 -206 -166 38 424 .5 95821002 09-22-60 8.2 .56 20 3.4 62 5.5 64 18 92 .2 6.6 .1 248 274 64 12 467 .9 -9582130 09-29-60 3.3 .43 10 5.8 25 -82 -25 .2 .1 -116 -49 0 220 .1 77 9582150 09-22-60 15 .01 45 21 --230 1.2 -.2 --223 -199 10 394 .8 9592050 10-01-60 58 .36 42 15 20 1.1 230 --.4 --269 -172 0 389 .8 -9592060 10-01-60 46 .04 35 20 25 -250 -16 .4 --269 -178 0 416 .9 9592110 09-30-60 8.4 .26 4.0 4.9 42 1.2 4 4.4 55 .1 39 .0 161 164 30 26 281 .4 9592110 09-30-60 11 .24 1.2 1.0 11 .4 4 .8 16 .1 2.2 .0 46 49 7 4 73 .7 9592160 09-30-60 13 .11 48 3.9 8.4 3.7 174 -8.0 .2 --175 -136 0 302 .7 00021001 10-01-60 1.0 .03 12 11 --72 8.8 36 .9 .1 -127 -75 16 255 .4 81 Secondry artesian aquifer -94520405 09-22-60 16 0.11 25 16 13 0.9 140 0.4 20 0.6 1.0 162 128 14 283 7.7 77 9452050 08-20-60 11 .13 15 7.9 --69 .4 16 .6 -91 70 14 167 .2 76 S9462040 09-29-60 14 .46 40 20 --222 --.3 -222 182 0 390 .9 75 94820304 08-20-60 15 .10 18 6.1 --81 11 -.3 -94 70 4 188 .3 73 9492040 08-31-60 20 .58 42 31 --248 1.2 -.1 -217 232 30 388 .2 78 95020401 08-31-60 15 .10 34 17 --190 --.2 -180 155 0 306 .1 78 9512001 08-31-60 29 .03 49 26 --288 --.2 -286 230 0 477 .8 74 95120602 08-31-60 29 .04 42 22 --250 --.2 -258 196 0 426 7.7 76 95120901 08-31-60 15 .07 30 13 --150 .8 -.1 -158 128 6 265 7.5 75 9522090 08-31-60 18 .03 34 16 --176 .8 -.1 -175 151 7 292 7.5 77 9522090 08-31-60 18 .29 36 18 --202 --.3 -196 164 0 330 7.6 81 9522100 08-31-60 16 1.1 45 19 --232 --.1 -212 190 0 369 7.6 76 95221201 08-30-60 17 .04 46 25 --262 --.2 -245 218 4 433 .7 -95320401 08-31-60 50 .31 58 13 16 2.2 278 .8 8.0 .4 .4 0.0 286 285 198 0 426 .7 20 -95320801 08-31-60 20 1.8 44 27 --262 --.2 -249 221 6 433 .7 78 95320802 09-22-60 19 .59 50 27 --290 --.2 -261 236 0 460 .7 74 95420501 08-31-60 68 1.2 54 25 30 -326 -23 .6 -363 238 0 544 .0 79 96420801 08-31-60 24 .06 43 26 --288 --.5 -234 214 3 402 .8 79 95421001 08-31-60 11 .85 55 19 --262 --.3 -223 215 0 414 .9

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Tsibl 6,--Con ter&ud MOj l I 4ord* MU C_' )M coAouctYsMa -P --1...Il d l 0 so C -. Date Calnuata Siur* i ChloFluoNPhoaclIRe4due Calcium, Non, (RacroT perwel1 of 8l1$. Iroa a $um um SBodium riU eot e 8ul( rd rd rato Yiphae c4At MiagncarbonPUB CotPture nUmber ollecion (520) (7.) (C) ) m) (Nia) ) ((HC0o) (604). &Ca) pCHL ) ) e u -*t "C) or IfC) BRADtORD COUNTY--Conltnued secondary artestn aquitlr--Continued 9562060 00-15-60 55 0.14 47 23 26 -280 -22 0., 0.0 312 212 0 489 7,5 77 9552060 09-16-60 18 .12 60 23 --260 2,8 12 -241 220 6 422 76 74 6562080 00-0-60 17 .43 51 27 --290 ...-264 238 0 466 78 76 9572040 10-01-60 43 .82 47 18 17 -248 -10 ,3 .0 258 192 0 403 ,7 84 9572001 00-15-60 69 ,33 50 24 25 -294 -23 .4 -337 224 0 505 7,8 74 95720702 09-15-60 18 .03 35 18 --194 1-.3 -197 162 22 332 7,6 78 95820701 0-15-60 42 .06 43 24 20 -266 -17 .2 .0 287 206 0 41 7,8 77 9581001 09-22-60 13 .04 51 23 --266 --.-250 222 4 444 7,7 73 95920301 10-01-60 37 1.2 46 5.6 --182 --.3 -201 144 0 296 7.6 79 95020701 10-01-60 46 .15 46 23 18 -270 -18 .4 -291 213 0 48 7,9 96920002 10-01-60 20 .02 45 22 --244 --.3 -243 203 3 415 7. 80 95921501 0-30-60 16 .14 41 22 --236 --.3 -219 193 0 381 .7 76 S9591601 09-30-60 17 .13 42 20 --230 --.3 -211 187 0 367 .9 77 9592160 09-30-60 1 -33 16 ---10 --3 -179 148 1 302 .7 81 N 001210 09-29-60 18 .06 33 15 --172 --.3 -176 144 3 291 .9 76 Floridan aquifer 9442030 07-15-60 21 0.10 45 1420 --0.4 226 170 0 373 .0 73 94420301 08-23-60 21 .08 44 16 14 --.4 185 --370 .9 73 94520303 08-18-60 20 .04 56 23 3004 293 234 0 503 .1 82 94528005 08-20-60 19 .19 30 7.5 134 0.4 16 .7 157 106 0 257 7.7 76 24820301 08-20-60 16 .05 22 9.2 119 --.1 133 93 0 212 .3 74 95021301 08-30-60 1.2 .14 4.8 12 91 3.6 9.0 .5 90 62 0 176 .6 78 96322001 08-15-60 16 .16 29 13 136 12 -.4 169 126 16 257 .1 78 95521900 09-15-60 30 .78 38 16 198 --.6 204 161 0 33 .4 95821301 0-29-60 17 .47 57 27 310 --.4 282 253 0 505 .9 74 0032030 06-28-60 13 -30 10 136 8.4 -.3 150 116 4 247 .0 75 (,

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CLAY COUNTY Water-table aquifer 94320201 08-23-60 4.2 0.18 10 7.5 24 2.4 80 30 18 0.2 0.4 0.1 136 162 56 0 250 .8 110 77 94615603 08-23-60 1.2 .08 .8 .5 20 .5 41 6.0 4.0 .0 .0 .0 53 70 4 0 97 .7 30 80 94615901 08-23-60 .0 .03 2.2 .--17 -10 1.7 .5 -57 -8 0 97 .5 -74 94620001 08-17-60 12 .07 30 10 --146 .3 --134 -116 0 254 -73 94620002 08-17-60 4.7 .27 4.0 1.9 12 2.4 3 21 8.0 .1 7.3 .0 63 71 18 16 109 .8 -76 94620202 08-17-60 2.9 .80 8.2 2.7 12 .6 27 11 11 .2 .2 .0 59 75 24 2 109 .6 100 76 9462020 08-17-60 6.3 .07 1.6 .6 --10 -4.5 .1 --32 -6 0 43 .3 -76 94720001 08-19-60 1.9 .35 1.2 .----.1 --23 -5 1 37 .2 -74 94720002 08-19-60 1.6 1.0 2.4 .5 3.7 .4 18 .8 5.5 .1 .0 .1 24 26 8 0 51 .6 30 80 9472010 08-24-60 1.3 .16 7.6 1. --47 --.1 --58 -25 0 108 .4 -79 9472010 08-18-60 2.6 4.8 10 5.6 4.7 .8 0 72 40 .1 .1 .0 136 260 48 48 336 .2 -82 94720202 08-19-60 7.2 .06 8.0 .5 3.2 1.7 29 3.6 1.5 .1 .0 .6 40 44 22 0 62 .9 30 78 94720208 08-19-60 .0 .31 26 9. --146 6.0 30 .2 .0 -156 -143 24 331 .9 -73 94820001 08-24-60 1.2 .10 3.6 1.2 --2 -3.0 1.2 .5 -52 -14 0 90 .8 -78 94915901 08-24-60 .8 .04 3.6 .7 7.3 .2 13 --2.2 --30 -12 2 64 .6 -79 94920101 08-25-60 4.0 .13 11 5.0 --126 -10 .1 .3 -141 -48 0 258 .9 -79 95015501 08-23-60 3.0 .08 5.6 1.5 21 1.8 59 9.2 9.5 .5 3.4 -84 90 20 0 146 .4 0 83 95115601 08-19-60 3.8 .19 .6 .7 --8 --.0 --27 -4 0 38 .0-76 95120101 08-25-60 3.8 1.6 1.6 .6 --6 ----22 -6 2 32 .21 -76 95220103 08-25-60 3.1 .30 1.2 .7 --90 .0 -27 -6 0 42 .1 -S9531400 08-30-60 2.8 1.4 --3.4 .2 9 .4 6.5 .1 -24 ---38 .2 78 9831540 08-30-60 2.8 .33 4.0 3.2 9.2 8.8 75 -18 .5 .2 -89 23 0 200 .7 -7 95414001 07-30-80 4.4 .05 1.0 .6 7 -.0 --17 -5 0 38 .2-79 S95415301 08-25-60 14 .34 32 18 --184 --.3 --160 -154 3 304 .4 -76 95514101 08-25-60 5.9 1.1 1.6 2.2 16 .6 7 12 19 .1 .0 .0 61 62 13 8 104 .9 98818301 08-24-60 7.2 .16 10 8.4 21 -102 -12 1.8 .0 -108 -47 0 193 .9 -79 9572020 08-24-60 2.5 .04 2.8 1.0 13 .5 18 6.0 14 2.8 .4 .1 50 66 11 0 103 .4 20 -9582000 08-25-60 4.5 .16 1.4 .5 9 --.0 --22 -6 0 33 .5-78 9591420 08-26-60 6.5 .15 2.4 4.1 13 .6 8 4.4 10 .1 34 .0 78 85 23 19 121 .1 -95914202 07-30-60 2.3 .17 3.2 1. --4 8.0 22 .1 .0 -52 -15 12 104 .0 76 0001520 08-25-60 7.1 .02 37 1.8 9.0 15 78 10 16 .2 47 196 -100 36 311 .5 5 00214901 08-2-60 3.0 1.9 2.0 .6 .-9 1 24 8 0 41 .3 -76 0021490 08-25-60 8.7 .68 1.2 .5 3.8 .0 7 .4 6.5 .1 .5 .0 22 24 5 0 39 .2 20 00215101 08-24-60 -.22 ----238 ------196 -195 0 377 .1 -76 00215302 08-20-60 3.6 .28 3.0 .4 --12 -.1 --35 -9 0 59 .-74 00415901 07-29-60 18 .93 56 9.8 --228 --8 --200 -187 0 361 .2 -72 00615001 07-29-60 8.6 .11 37 15 --184 -.5 --151 -154 3 308 .0 -76 00615101 -11 .14 82 22 7.4 -278 -9.5 .2 -239 -220 0 438 .1 .--

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C.AY COUNTy.-Conttnued Wabersrble Bqufeo-Ctinuued 0061-007.43-60 19 0,3? .4 11 8.4 -234 B .5 0.3 -. -.213 aa0 0 370 .0 --_ 00619 07lv-60 19 .1 7 42 -3 -17 0 30 9 -s pa solids Il CAC04 coaduct. 0071580 070-1-60 10 ,07 8 17 --280 ----27 -26 0 45 9-00,7190 07-18t-, 2o I C1 85 -t 82Ch0 o-c ---2Pho 1 Cl -80d u 400( ,Ir -1 well ol .91toa Iran Plus stun 904t1m stum boa1 tveBsul fat r$42 rtdo tro pbho t uo ,t O* at carbonKhoo C l. atu Bber collctionB (0) (08) (CO), Off) (NO) (9) Cj BOO ^ )Cn_ ?) H ) To, Ifd IIQ'C (lgot (CD M ($.P or (l5 P CIAY COUNTY-F-Contlnifd Water-fmble aqulfor-Continued 0051500 07"18-60 Is 0,7 54 II 8.4 23 334 5 S.5 0.3 --213 180 0 370 0 a 01.oolo o0-1-o0 19 i9 1 21 2 -i 5 -i -2 3 -17 0 310 It so .... 07-1B10 .07 58 17 200 3 27 226 0 425 9 0071B90 07-12-60 30 .33 07 8. --2-2 221 302 0 400 11 0071BSoa 07-18-60 4,7 1.7 2,0 3.2 4.6 -423 -9,0 0.0 -i5 -18 0 93 .8 0081890 07-18-60 6.2 .11 3.2 1.5 28 6.6 a 22 27 ,1 12 0.1 109 110 14 a 157 0093000 07-18-60 15 5,0 54 27 --68e --.3 --255 -246 0 474 .74 0101420 07-16-60 16 .18 33 17 --12 ----192 -152 44 337 9 -0111590 07-18-60 3.8 .3 3. 4.9 r 1 2.0 8 .8 40 .1 35 .0 122 142 28 22 220Seconduay artesian aquiaer 04419 08-18-60 16 0.03 15 4.0 -I6 2.4 6.0 .--81 -54 0 130 .2 79 9441590 08-18-60 5.4 .97 7.6 2.2 --34 1.6 85 .6 --4 .. -3 0 as 83 9452000 08-17-60 11 .24 28 7.8 --120 2.0 -.3 -136 -102 4 22 0 -75 9485 0 08-17-60 12 .21 26 9.5 --127 -..2 --136 104 0 226 .4 78 94o201 08-18-60 10 3.9 20 .8 --88 1.2 14 .--107 -74 2 189 7.5 75 945202o3 08-18-60 0.9 .06 6.0 .5 -. -88 50. -0.4 --1 -124 .3 77 94061901 08-17-60 16 .04 14 9.0 --83 -.2 '-91 -72 4 146i .1 74 94615903 08-17-60 7.9 .07 15 6.9 --77 ... -2 --79 68 3 13 7 -74 94620003 08-17-60 12 .03 16 9.5 --. 96 .4 -.2 -112 -79 0 185 3 -72 94620000 08-17-60 .5 .03 5.0 ..6 24 2..1 -31 1 0 56 .6 -74 94715601 08-18-60 13 .03 25 9.1 --118 --3 127 -10 11 .5 -7 94720105 08-19-60 4.4 .07 13 6.7 -.68 .8 -.3 .72 o0 4 18 .1 -82 94720108 08-19-60 11 .06 13 3.8 4.2 2 55 .8 6.5 .4 .3 -48 3 119 .7 8 94720113 08-19-60 12 1.3 14 5.6 --79 3.2 12 .8 --0 8 0 169 -74 04720113 08-18-60 14 .08 18 7.8 -. -91 .4 9.0 .2 --99 -77 2 171 -.3 81 94720205 08-19-60 3.6 .39 1.2 .2 --14 .4 7.5 ---294 0 48 .4 94720210 08-19-60 8.2 .03 13 4.7 --71 --.3 --9 -2 0 127 .-70 94815401 08-18-60 9.4 .03 32 1.0 --104 --.1 --115 -84 0 185 .-.76 94815402 08-18-60 17 .04 29 4.0 --110 --.3 -126a -0 198 .5 74 94820103 08-19-60 9.2 .03 14 7.5 --80 1.2 -.4 --80 -6 0 146 -74 94820104 08-19-60 11 .10 18 8.5 --97 --.1 -104 0 173 .74 9482010608-19-60 14 .05 12 5.4 --66 2.0 -.2 --78 -5s2 0 1 .2 74 94820203 08-19-60 9.0 .05 8.8 3.4 --44 2.0 6.0 .4 --8 -36 0 99 94015704 08-16-60 9.5 .02 20 5.6 --90 --.0 --98 73 0 163 .3 78

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9495804 08-19-60 9.0 0.02 12 5.8 --66 2.4 -0.2 --68 -4 0 123 7.4 -73 9501430 08-24-60 11 .05 74 2.8 --240 --.2 --230 -196 0 389 8.2 -73 9521370 08-26-60 29 .65 91 1.7 --288 --.2 --302 -234 0 479 7.9 -74 9521470 08-24-60 55 .09 60 18 17 2.4 288 .8 12 1.9 0.4 0.2 310 310 224 0 468 7.8 20 79 9521470 08-24-60 1.1 .06 32 16 26 3.4 146 .0 40 1.6 .2 .0 182 184 120 0 326 7.5 20 72 95214801 08-24-60 75 .10 66 11 22 2.2 288 .8 14 1.9 .2 .0 335 343 210 0 477 7.8 20 77 95415302 08-20-60 22 .05 42 14 14 -220 -5.0 .3 --209 -162 0 352 7.7 -75 95514501 08-24-60 65 .09 44 18 14 -238 -5.0 .4 .0 -274 -184 0 382 7.6 -76 95514502 08-24-60 73 .05 48 18 14 -248 -5.0 2.1 --289 -193 0 .393 .6 -74 95714401 08-25-60 14 .31 72 2.1 --232 --.2 --226 -188 0 377 7.7 -79 95720002 08-25-60 27 .15 30 10 --142 --.2 --154 -116 0 236 7.3 -9581450 08-20-60 13 .07 69 2.9 --230 --.3 --212 -184 0 358 .6 -78 9581480 08-20-60 8.4 .06 22 6.1 --95 --.6 --100 -80 2 167 .2 -78 9582000 08-25-60 24 .24 40 10 4.5 -172 --.3 --171 -140 0 271 .4 -79 0021530 08-20-60 16 .02 38 4.6 --145 --.3 --148 -114 0 244 .6 -74 00315201 08-25-60 28 .08 32 15 21 2.2 194 --1.6 --217 -142 0 324 .1 --00315202 08-25-60 43 .02 30 13 22 3.2 190 --1.3 --225 -130 0 322 3.1 -00615202 07-29-60 11 .06 61 19 --284 --.2 --247 -230 0 440 .0 -79 00814502 07-18-60 18 .40 45 9.6 --178 --.5 --188 -12 303 .1 -72 00814601 07-18-60 19 .11 34 2.7 --122 --.3 --135 -96 0 209 7.8 10 79 01114901 07-18-60 6.8 .08 34 5.1 --129 1.6 -.3 --149 -106 0 249 7.9 -79 Floridan aquifer S94320202 08-17-60 2.7 1.4 11 0.4 -36 0.4 9.5 0.1 --51 -29 0 94 6.8 -94415902 08-18-60 8.9 .36 30 4.6 --112 --.2 --113 -94 2 200 7.4 -80 S94415903 08-30-60 13 .17 26 6.1 --107 .4 8.0 .2 --113 -90 2 194 7.6 -78 94520101 08-17-60 -.03 --------------94520102 08-17-60 20 -43 19 --240 --.4 --235 -186 0 398 .9 -75 94520201 08-18-60 16 .06 38 10 --164 --.4 --168 -136 2 281 .7 -79 94520202 08-18-60 14 .20 13 3.8 --54 .8 7.0 .3 --70 -48 4 117 7.1 -78 94615904 08-17-60 .2 .09 8.8 7.3 --66 --.5 --63 -52 0 130 7.1 -74 94620204 08-20-60 11 .03 27 7.4 --114 --.3 --117 -98 4 204 7.5 -75 94720101 05-17-60 ------80 4.8 --------162 7.6 -82 94720101 08-19-60 -.03 ----79 ---------154 7.0 -75 94720102 05-17-60 --------------136 --82 94720102 08-19-60 13 .09 14 5.8 6-2.0 6.0 .2 --76 -59 6 136 .4 -75 94720104 08-19-60 .9 .07 5.2 4.1 --38 .8 8.0 .3 3.0 -49 -30 0 105 .9 -80 94720106 08-19-60 7.5 .08 27 3.0 --97 --.2 --94 -80 0 174 .6 -78 94720111 08-18-60 13 .03 13 6.0 --68 1.6 -.2 --72 -57 1 124 .7 -89 94820101 08-19-60 8.2 .05 18 4.1 4.9 0.1 75 1.6 5.0 .2 .6 -80 87 62 0 145 .3 -74 94820201 08-19-60 12 .56 31 8.9 --138 --.1 --11 -114 1 249 .6 -74 94820202 08-19-60 16 .28 28 10 --136 -.1 .-148 -111 0 239 .8 -74

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Tabll 8-a**CaOtn uUl solids as CMO| 044octuo 949b5r olleotlon (io,) (r1() C) (M) (me) () (-9,) (o04) (0) (I) NO )(9,)/(0,) l*! 0C fun st* at SV*C) pH or (*F CULAY COUMYContinutd rtorads Squiletr-Conatlnue 9491670 08o18-40 1.8 0.0 o 6.8 1 --BO --00 --as .. 74 0 8 76 -74 9491680 08-1040 8,8 ,03 20 4. --84 --,o -70 1 14 7.a -049880 08-19-40 9,8 .03 20 68 -90 --.0 --89 -73 0 164 7,4 -74 9491680 08-1-604 10 -l1 6.3 ---1 3.0 -.3 ----4 0 108 7.3 -74 0492080 08-.140 8.7 .04 27 6,7 3.5 0.1 110 8 6,0 .1 0.7 -102 114 91 1 191 7.0 -73 9501370 08-260 13 ,07 23 14 --134 15 -.3 --14 -12 11 28 7.9 -7 95613701 06-10-0 -. -----11 0 -------308 7.8 -9511370 08-326-60 12 ,03 30 17 --120 48 7.0 .4 --177 -145 48 30 7.8 -73 9511370 08-26-60 14 .01 s2 11 --125 10 -.4 --1 5 -108 23 7.4 -76 9581370S 08-26-0 14 .09 0 27 --110 186 -.3 --357 -260 70 528 7.3 -74 95213901 08-30-40 27 .1 91 2.2 9,5 1.7 306 .10 .3 4 0.1 294 310 38 0 484 7.4 20 9531370 08-2640 13 .02 2 13 28 6.8 184 --1.4 --14 -111 0 32 7.6 -74 1963180 08-26-60 12 .04 21 12 --112 14 -1 -119 -102 10 218 7.4 -75 5 31530 08-20-60 22 .29 2 2 13 1.3 250 .4 7.0 .5 .3 .1 3 6 I45 19 0 389 .7 20 95413802 08-26-60 12 .05 2 11 4.4 -185 12 6.0 .2 --16 -10 0 22 7.4 -73 95514601 08-24-60 52 .006 16 14 -264 -9.0 2.2 --289 -12 0 4 29 .0 -77 95613901 08-20-60 12 .04 21 12 115 8.0 ..5 --119 -102 8 211 7.4 -75 9561901 08-25-60 1 .08 23 .7 --l10oo --.3 --95 -81 0 17 7.3 -75 95713801 08-20-60 12 .07 22 11 --116 8.4 -.3 --10 -100 213 7.4 -75 95714101 07-30-80 12 0.02 22 10 --110 6.4 -0.3 --114 -s9 6 204 7.3 -77 95813701 08-25-0 12 .21 13 --114 30 -.3 --18 -118 2 268 .4 -74 95813801 08-26-60 9.4 .08 22 10 32 -10 64 6.0 .4 0.1 -196 -89 9 329 .4 -82 95813802 08-25-60 12 .06 24 14 --10 29 -.4 --151 1 8 28 249 .4 -78 9581390 08-26-60 12 .03 30 10 4.8 1.1 104 52 6.0 .3 .1 -173 18 141 56 294 .0 2 77 5813903 08-26-60 13 .04 46 22 8.2 1.4 102 114 8.0 ...2 -261 304 20 22 423 .0 1 82 95814401 08-20-60 8.0 .04 18 9.0 --1 --.--93 -82 0 177 .3 -78 95814803 08-20-60 8.0 .04 24 6.1 3.8 .1 104 1.6 .0 .1 .1 -10 108 85 0 183 7. -77 95815101 08-20-80 2.2 .04 20 6.6 0.0 1.5 103 .4 5.0 .1 .3 -93 9 77 0 178 7.4 8 80 95815501 08-20-60 21 .83 68 21 --308 .-.2 --278 -25 4 478 7.8 -78 95815802 08-25-60 11 .14 23 6.2 --102 --.2 --99 -83 0 173 7.3 -80 95818902 08-25-60 13 .03 32 9.0 5.2 .2 147 .4 3.5 .2 .4 -136 143 117 0 240 7.8 7 78 00314301 08-26-60 11 .05 18 9.0 --98 --.5 --102 -82 2 183 7.6 -80 00314501 08-30-80 11 .04 18 9.5 --97 10 -.8 --104 -84 4 183 7.6 -74 00514502 08-30-60 11 .09 19 8.9 --93 --.5 --10 -84 6 183 7.7 -74 00515001 07-29-60 11 .01 19 9.8 --97 10 -.4 --110 -88 8 189 7.6 -74 00515101 07-29-60 11 .02 21 7.2 --97 --.6 --107 -2 2 182 .6 75 .' 00515201 07-29-60 10 .02 20 8.3 --97 -.2 -07 -84 4 183 .6 -74 00614401 07-30-60 11 .02 18 10 --96 9.2 -.4 -105 -86 8 188 .9 -74 '1

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0061460 07-30-60 12 0.05 21 7.7 --97 9.2 5.0 0.3 -111 -84 4 187 7.5 -75 0061460 07-18-80 11 .11 20 8.3 --7 8.8 5.5 .3 ---84 4 18 7.7 -81 00814701 06-09-60 ------9 4.8 --------185 7.7 -0091470 07-30-60 11 .02 20 8.8 --96 9.6 -.4 --110 -86 8 188 7. -76 0061490 06-09-60 11 .02 18 9.5 --95 8.0 -.3 --104 -84 6 180 .8 -73 00614901 07-30-60 ----------., 185 7. -0061490 08-09-60 ---------------182 7.6 -00614902 07-18-60 11 .08 18 9.0 --96 --.3 --105 -82 4 185 .5 -73 00615002 06-09-60 11 -18 10 --96 7.6 -.2 --104 -86 8 183 .6 -00815002 07-29-60 -.04 ----96 -------185 7. -0071420 07-18-60 13 .07 20 11 --97 18 -.4 --125 -95 16 208 7.4 -0071430 07-18-60 12 .10 19 11 --103 13 -.4 --118 -92 8 203 7.9 -0031450 07-18-60 13 -23 12 --109 24 -.5 --138 -107 18 233 7.9 -00815501 07-18-60 19 .17 25 10 --148 11 -1.4 --166 -104 0 274 .9 -74 00914201 06-09-60 15 .13 34 17 --122 102 -.6 --253 -15 55 347 7.9 -00914201 07-16-60 -.13 ----122 2---.-.-327 .9 -79 00914202 07-16-60 14 .08 28 16 --112 43 -.6 --178 -136 44 286 .9 -0091430 07-16-60 14 .12 27 14 --116 34 -.6 --174 -125 30 265 .9 --01014101 07-16-60 15 .04 48 20 --114 1d7 -.6 --279 -202 08 417 .9 --010142 07-16-0 15 0.19 34 17 --134 --0.6 --213 -155 45 337 .8 -80 0101420 07-16-60 16 .04 31 17 -124 --.7 --205 -148 46 320 .0 -79 0101420 07-16-60 16 .08 46 18 --114 84 8.0 .68 --246 -189 96 402 .0 -84 0101420 07-16-60 15 .11 35 22 7.8 -130 61 86.0 .5 --213 -178 72 350 .-0101450 07-16-60 19 .07 26 13 6.4 -------157 -.-----UNION 0ooUNTY Water-table aquifer 95622201 08-31-60 6.1 0.34 1.6 0.5 1.5 0.2 4 0.8 3.0 0.1 0.8 0.1 17 23 6 2 2 5.8 --985622601 08-31-60 8.6 .46 2.6 .6 -10 --.4 --30 -9 1 38 .078 95622701 08-31-60 7.8 .32 6.8 2.2 7.5 11 3 23 7.0 .2 16 .0 83 91 26 24 129 5 -95722501 08-31-60 8.4 .4 6.0 1.7 4.4 -358 -5.5 .2 .0 -43 -0 --78 95722801 08-31-60 7.3 .46 6.0 1.7 15 5.2 18 11 21 .3 7.5 .0 84 90 22 7 146 .5 --5822201 -o.0, 7.5 .42 11 2.6 46 48 8 12 53 .4 1.3 1.0 146 198 38 0 301 .2 40 95822202 09-01-60 23 1.3 22 11 --130 -.2 --152 -100oo o 230o .4 --9822701 09-01-60 7.8 .08 6.0 .4 -14 -.6 --40 -16 5 60 4-77 9582290 09-01-60 5.2 .25 2.8 1.9 --15 .1 --45 -15 2 73 15 -78

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00221301 09-17-60 11 0.02 38 16 --186 8.0 -0.2 -197 161 8 339 7.8 80 00221604 09-17-60 17 .02 34 17 --168 5.6 20 .4 185 155 18 337 7.6 77 00221802 09-17-60 18 .04 37 1.8 --118 .8 8.5 .2 -137 100 4 215 7.3 78 00221803 09-17-60 16 .16 41 22 --240 --.4 -218 193 0 381 7.7 78 00223001 09-15-60 38 .02 30 14 --160 -4.5 .6 -184 132 2 269 7.7 84 00321301 09-17-60 8.4 .05 21 9.4 56 1.8 88 .8 84 .5 37 262 91 19 503 7.6 80 00321402 09-17-60 14 .01 38 19 --218 --.3 -202 173 0 355 .1 78 00321901 09-17-60 11 .02 42 23 --236 --.3 -211 200 6 380 8.2 77 00421301 09-22-60 20 .07 55 27 --306 --.2 -: 266 248 0 .473 8.1 77 00421401 09-17-60 14 .05 49 27 --266 2.8 -.3 -247 234 9 445 8.3 78 00422601 09-16-60 15 .02 42 21 --232 --.3 -214 192 2 375 8.1 74 00621201 09-22-60 13 .05 36 18 --198 --.3 -190 164 2 331 7.8 76 00621501 09-17-60 24 .07 34 17 --196 --.4 -193 155 0 319 7.9 77 00720901 09-22-60 24 .44 48 16 --224 --.3 -233 186 2 382 B.0 80 00721001 09-22-60 23 .05 47 25 12 -274 -15 .3 -274 220 0 452 .O -00721101 09-22-60 13 .18 34 18 --194 --.3 -185 159 0 320 7.9 80 00721201 09-22-60 14 .19 42 19 --232 --.3 -207 183 0 365 .2 77 Floridan aquifer 95522501 08-31-60 17 0.17 34 11 5.8 0.8 154 6.0 8.5 0.4 --139 -116 8 226 7.277 982301 0-31-60 19 .08 25 13 --131 4.8 -.3 0.0 0.0 180 173 130 4 265 .4 45 -9562250 08-31-60 21 .09 s26 13 --142 --.4 --151 -118 2 243 .2 -76 9562280 08-31-60 11 .09 40 4.4 --123 4.8 8.0 .3 21 -167 -11 17 253 .9 10 78 95722601 08-31-60 31 .07 38 17 --200 --.3 --205 -16 1 326 .8 -74 95823102 09-01-60 19 .09 26 8.5 --109 .8 7.5 .3 --124 -100 10 211 .3 -76 95823303 09-01-60 12 .17 54 5.7 --190 --.2 --191 -158 2 318 .7 -73 95922901 09-01-60 23 .08 43 14 --194 16 -.5 --218 -165 6 348 .7-73 95923301 09-01-60 19 .06 42 10 --170 10 -.4 --170 -146 300 .4 76 9592330 09-01-60 16 -46 9.0 --176 --.3 --186 -152 8 309 .5 -77 00022001 09-16-60 15 .02 38 13 --180 --.4 --183 -148 1 308 .0 -78 0002300 09-16-60 39 .01 22 10 --108 2.8 9.0 .7 --146 -96 8 211 7.3 -75 00023203 09-15-60 30 .03 44 18 --190 18 10 .5 --221 -184 28 359 .9 -80 00023301 09-15-60 14 .01 45 7.7 ----.3 --178 -144 8 295 .0 -77 00121901 09-22-60 21 .01 43 15 --186 --.4 --212 -169 16 357 .0 -77 00122401 09-16-60 2.8 .02 6.0 13 --81 .4 -.3 --83 -68 2 159 7.1 -73 0012310 09-15-60 11 .28 34 8.0 4.3 .4 136 4.4 6.0 .4 .3 .7 137 149 118 6 243 .4 20 00421101 09-22-60 20 .02 37 12 --160 24 -.4 --182 -142 11 289 .0 -74 0042110 09-22-60 21 .07 38 12 --160 23 -.5 --18 -144 14 290 7.9 -78 00422701 09-16-60 25 .4939 19 --212 --.3 --203 -176 2 338 .2-84 0042280 09-15-60 .3 .09 3. .1 --29 1.2 4.0 .1 --33 38 10 0 71 7.0 -74 PUTNAM COUNTY Secondary artesian aquifer 9392020 07-15-60 11 0.02o 11 6.0 58 I 0.41 1 1 I I 52 I 4 I 111 .51 80 Floridan aquifer 9422020 07-15-601 13 10.051 24 I12 I I I 152 I I I0.5 I I I I 110 I 267 7. I 81

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Tavhl 7, Duration and Type of Surface.Water Data Site Drainage no, aNe an4 location area Type and period of record (Pig,3) ( mq. 4 ) 2 Ates Creek near Penney Farms, Fla. 40.8 Periodic discharge, crest stages, 1957.60 5 Blue Pond near Keystone Heights, Fla, .31 Depth, stage, 1958-60 4 Brooklyn Lake at Keystone Heights, na. 1.00 Depth, stage, and oecaaonal aeasureaents of outtlov, 1957-60 5 Bull Creek near Middleburg, 7la. 20.4 Occasional discharge, crest stages, 1957-60 6 Butler Creek near Lake Butler, Fla. 8 Occasional discharge, crest stages, 1957-60 7 Camps Canal near Rochelle, a. .115 Periodic discharge, 1948-52; daily stage ad -discharge, 1957-60 8 Clarkes Creek near Green Cove Springs, Fla. 8.8 Occasional discharge, erest stages, 1957-60 10 Deep Creek near Rodman, Fla. 54.3 Occasional discharge, crest stage, 1956-60 11 Etonia Creek near Florahoe, Fla. 172 Daily stage and discharge, 1950-51 12 Glen Springs near Gainesville, Fla. -Occasional discharge, 1942-60 13 Green Core Springs at Green Core Springs, Fla. -Occasional discharge, 199-60 14 Greens Creek near Penney Parms, Fla. 14.9 Periodic discharge, peak stages, 1957-60 17 Hatchet Creek near Gainesille, Fla. 57 Occasional discharge, peak stage 1948-60 19 Heilbronn Springs 6 mi. N.V. of Starke, Fla. -Occasional discharge, 1946-60 20 Hogtown Creek near Gainesville, Fla. 15.6 Occasional discharge, peak stage, 1958-60 21 Kingsley Lake at Camp Blandng, Fla. 2.54 Depth, stage, 1945, 1947-60 \'i \ .i 1.{*\

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Table 7. (Continued) Site Drainage no. Name and location area Iype and period of record (Fig.) (sq. al.) 22 Lake Butler at Lake Butler, Fla. .4 Stage, 1957-60 23 Lake Geneva at Keystone Heights, Fla. 2.73 Depth, stage, 1957-60 24 Lake Grandin near Interlachen, Fla. .55 Stage, 1957-60 25 Lake Johnson near Keystone Heights, Fla. .74 Stage, 1945-60 26 Lake Sapson near Starke, Fla. 3.24 Stage and occasional measurements of outflow, 1957-60 27 Little Orange Creek near Orange Springs, Fla. 78.9 Periodic discharge, 1947-52; occasional discharge, 1956 29 Loch Lommond near Keystone Heights, Fla. -Depths, stage, 1959-60 30 Lochloosa Creek at Grove Park, Fla. 34.7 Occasional discharge, 1947, 1956; periodic discharge, 1957-60 31 Lochloosa Creek near Havthorne, Fla. 43.3 Periodic discharge, 1947-52 52 Lochloosa Lake at Lochloosa, Fla. 10.3 Stage, 1942-52, 1956-60; daily stage and discharge at outlet, 1946-55 33 Magnesia Springs near Havthorne, Fla. Occasional discharge, 1941-60 34 Magnolia Lake near Keystone Heights, Fla. .31 Depth, stage, and occasional measurement of outflow, 1958-60 35 Newnans Lake near Gainesville, Fla. 8.2 Stage and occasional measurement of outflow, 1945-52, 1957-60 56 New River near Lake Butler, Fla. 212 Daily stage and discharge, 1950-60

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Table 7, (Coqtintad) Site Urainage no, Name and location area Type anu period of record (Pg.3) (q., t,) 37 New River near aitford, Fla. 933 Occasional discharge, 1957-60 38 north Fork Black Creek near Highland, Fla. 48,9 Daily stage and discharge, 1957.60 39 North Fork Black Creek near Hiddleburg, Fla. 174 Daily stage and discharge, 1931-60 40 Olustee Creek at Providence, nVa. 150 Daily stage and discharge, 1957.60 42 Orange Creek at Orange Springs, Fla. 431 Daily stage and discharge, 1942-52, 1955-60 43 Orange Lake at Orange Lake, Fla. 25.7 Stage, 1932.60; daily outflov, 1946-55 44 Ortega Creek near Jacksonville, Fla. 27.8 Occasional discharge, 1956.60 n 45 Pebble Lake near Keystone Heights, Fla. .01 Stage, 1945-50, 1952-53, 1954-60 47 Poe Springs near High Springs, Fla. -Occasional discharge, 1929-60 50 Sand Hill Lake near Keystone Heights, Fla. 1.95 Depth, stage, 1957-60 51 Santa Fe Lake near Keystone Heights, Fla. 8.05 Stage, 1957-60 52 Santa Fe River near Fort White, Fla. 1,080 Daily stage and discharge, 1927-29; 1952-60 53 Santa Fe River near Graham, Fa. 135 Daily stage and discharge, 1957-60 55 Santa Fe River near High Springs, la. 950 Daily stage and discharge, 1931-60 56 Santa Fe River at Worthington, Fla. 630 Daily stage and discharge, 1931-60 58 South Fork Black Creek near Camp Blanding, pFl. 34.8 Daily stage and discharge, 1957-60 59 South Fork Black Creek near Penney Farms, Fla. 134 Daily stage and discharge, 1939-60

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Table 7. (Continued) Site M e no. Name and location area Type and period of record (Fig. 3) (sq. mi.) 60 Swift Creek near Lake Butler, Fa. 27 Daily stage and discharge, 1957-60 62 Wadesboro Spring near Orange Park, Fla. -Occasional discharge, 1946-60 63 Water Oak Creek near Starke, Fla. 20.7 Occasional discharge, 1957-60 61 Yellow Water Creek near Maxvlle, Fla. 25.7 Periodic discharge, crest stages, 1957-60 *Area of lake surface ...

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Table b~. Burlae.Water Smrpling Stations and Sampling Frequency Sd daily P. 6-8 weak intervals BA, aemiannual M miscellaneous Sion Sampling Station amling no. Name and location frequency no, Name and location freuenc I Alligator Creek near Lawtay off State Hwy, 16 and 38 North Fork Black Creek near Highland, Florida BA*1 yr 25, Florida SA d.l yr 2 Ates Creek near Penney Farms, Florida SA P.1 yr 4 Brooklyn Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 39 North Fork Black Creek near Middleburg, Florida P 5 Bull Creek near Middleburg, Florida SA 40 Olustee Creek near Providence, Florida P 41 Orange lake at Heagey'l Fishing Camp, Florida SA 6 Butler Creek near Lake Butler, Florida SA 43 Orange lake at Orange Lake, Florida 8A 7 Camps Canal near Rochelle, Florida SA 45 Pebble Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 8 Clarkee Creek near Green Cove Springs, Florida M 46 Peters Creek near Penney Farms, Florida M 9 Crystal Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 48 Rocky Creek near LaCrose, Florida SA 10 Deep Creek near Rodman, Florida (Putnam County) SA 49 Sampeon River at Graham, Florida SA 50 Sand Hill lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 14 Green's Creek near Penney Farms, Florida SA 53 Santa Fe River at Graham, Florida P 15 all Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 54 Santa Fe Lake near Melrose, Florida SA 16 Hampton Lake at Hampton Beach, Florida SA 55 Santa Fe River near High Spring., Florida P-2 yr 18 Hatchet Creek near Graham, Florida SA d-I yr 21 Kingeley Lake at Camp Blanding, Florida SA 56 Santa Fe River at Worthington, Florida d 22 Lake Butler at Lake Butler, Florida SA 57 Smith Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 58 South Fork Black Creek near Camp Blending, Florida M 23 Lake Geneva at Keystone Heights, Florida SA 59 South Fork Black Creek near Penney Farms, Florida P-2 yr 24 Lake Grandin near Interlachen, Florida (Putnam County) SA d-l yr 25 Lake Johneon near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 61 Swift Creek near Providence, Florida SA 26 Lake Sampson at Sampson City, near Starke, Florida SA 63 Water Oak Creek at State Road 25 near Starke, Florida SA 28 Little Santa Fe Lake near Melrose, Florida SA 64 Yellow Water Branch near Maxvlle, Florida SA 30 Lochloosa Creek at Grove Park, Florida SA 32 Lochloosa Lake at Lochloosa, Florida SA 34 Magnolia Lake near Keystone Heights, Florida SA 35 Newnans Lake near Gainesville, Florida SA 36 New River near Lake Butler, Florida d-l yr P-2 yr