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Water-resources records of Hillsborough County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 44 )

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Water-resources records of Hillsborough County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 44 )
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"Prepared by the Unites States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey. Hillsborough County, and the City of Tampa, Florida."
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This report contains the data on which the authors' report "Water resources of Hillsborough County, Florida," published by the Florida Geological survey as Report of investigations no. 25, was based.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon.Director
INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 44
WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS
OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
By
C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall
U.S. Geological Survey
Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY,
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
and the
CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE
1964




AJo 44
AGRI
CUi.TUR4A/
LIBRARY
Cc-npleted manuscript received
October 4, 1963
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
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CONTENTS
Page
Introduction .............. .................................. 1
ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure
I Location of Hillsborough County, Florida .................... 2
2 Location of surface-water data collection sites ............... 3
3 Explanation of well and spring-numbering system ............. 4
4 Location of inventoried wells .................... Facing page 4
Table.
1 Lake stage records ......... ............................ 5
2 Information on selected springs in Hillsborough County ..... 6 3 Chemical analyses of spring water .................. 8
4 Measured flow of selected springs ......................... 10
5 Streamf low records ......... ............................. 13
6 Chemical analyses of stream water ....................... 14
7 Temperature of stream water ........ ...................... 20
8 Monthly mean discharge of streams ........................ 23
9 Measured flow of Cypress- Creek near Sulphur Springs ...... 30 10 Records of wells ......... .............................. 31
11 Chemical analyses of ground water ........................ 80
12 Chioride in ground water ........ .................. .... 85
13 Summary of monthly evaporation in Hillsborough County ..... 95







WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS
OF
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
By
C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall
INTRODUCTION
A study of the water resources of Hillsborough County was made during the period 1956-58 by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, Hillsborough County, and the city of Tampa. Hillsborough County is -in the western part of peninsular Florida about midway down the west coast (fig. 1). The results of the study were published by the Florida Geological Survey as Report of Investigations No. 25, entitled "Water Resources of Hillsborough County, Florida," by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall.
This report contains the data- on which Report of Investigations No. 25 was based, and it is published to make the data available for other uses. It contains records of streamflow, stream and lake stages, location, depth, and diameter of casing, and other data for selected wells, measurements of ground-: water levels, chemical analyses, and temperature of water. Location of streamdata collection sites are shown on figure 2. The well-numbering system is shown in figure 3, and the locations of inventoried wells are shown in figure 4.
Many wells in the Ruskin area, in the southwestern part of the county, were inventoried by H. Peek. Information for about 600 wells, including selected wells noted in this report, was reported by Peek in Florida Geological Survey Information Circular No. 22.




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Table 1. Lake Stage Records
IdenZ. surface area 0age ..tremes no. Ara "evation datum Maximm elevation Minimum elevation Lake name fig. 2 uQ fi) Ml) Location of gage (ft mal) Period of record (ft msl) (ft ma)
Bay Lake 1 o.6 45 Lat 2894'1o","' 0.00 May 1946 to 46.7O Aug. 23, 1949 43.02 May 31, 1949 long 8230'00" Dec. 1958 (caont.)
Carroll, Lake 2 .29 34 Let 28&03,20", 30.00 Ma 1946 to 40.08 Sept. 25, 1947 32.35 Mar. 20, 1957, long 82028'55" Dec. 1958 (cont)
Church Lake 3 ..1 33 Let 28e061051, 30.78 Sept. 1957 to 37.28 Aug. 17, 1959 33.92 Sept. 4, 1957 long 82035'55" Sept. 1959, count. )
Cooper Lake 4 .13 Let 280855", 30.00 May 1946 to 62.54 Sept. 24, 1947 58.78 June 11, 1949 long 82028'20" Aug. 1956
Echo Lake 5 .04 33 Lat 2806'2O", 32.10 Sept. 1957 to (Church and Echo Lakea are connected. Level long 82036 '15' Nov. 1958 shown for Church Lake are representative level at Echo Lake)
Ellen, Lake 6 .08 39 Lat 28003'32", 30.00 May 1946 to 41.74 Oct. 1, 2, 195 37.64 May 29, 1949 long 82029.'45 Aug. 1956
Henna Lake 7 .05 Lat 28e08130", 30.00 June 1946 to 62.90 Aug. 20, 1953 5T7.72 June 10, 1949 long 8226'50" Oct. 1955
Hobbs, Lake 8 .10 Lot 28e09130", 30.00 June 1946 to 68.10 Sept. 27, 1953 63.36 May 18, 1956 long 8228'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Hutchins Lake 9 .03 4at 28e0740, Arbitrary Apr. 1946 to 3.64 Sepb. 6; 1950 Below 0.9 many times long 82*9'15" Sept. 1952 (gage-heighta, gage not tied into ml) Keene, Lake 10 .05 Let 28008'35", 30.00 Sept. 1948 to 63.30 Sept. 18, 1951j1 60.90 June 25, 1955 long 82126'55" Oct. 1955 Sept. 28 Oct. 2p 10, 1953 Keystone Lake 11 .96 41 atl 2808'05, 30.00 Apr. 1946 to 45.20 Aug. 23, 1949 58.31 jume 8, 1949 long 82*35'140" Dec. 1958 count. )
Magdalene, Lake 12 .36 47 Lat 2804155,,, 30.00 may 1946 to 50.74 Aug. 2a, 1947 44.48 Mar. 17, 1957 long 8229,10" Dec. 1958 count. )
Platt, Lake 13 .10 49 Let 28*05'35", 30.00 May 1946 to 51.38 Sept. 8, 1950 46.92 june 9, 1949 long 82028'55" Aug. 1956
Stamper, Lake 14 .20 Let 2800810911, 30.00 May 1946 to 61.96 Sept. 27, 1953 58.68 July 14, 1949 long 82027t221 Dec. 1958 (cont.)
Thonotoaaa, Lake 15 1.3 Let 28004'04" 32.16 Sept. 1956 to 36.52 Aug. 9, 1957 34.85 June 21, 1958 long 82610'04." Dec. 1958
Elevation of lake for surface area determination




Tble 5, Iana:ranica an selected spriag, i liilI|sborouAh County
10- I, Ivutrtsl; U, unus4i P, Public supplyl Ni rereatiaa7
Dishrge elvetio Chloride
- (ret a tent k eak IOunber Niame Door~ an ate Aigemj!d !'F.. Pats
751.215-A Lithts Caunty of Millbarough B1JSz Dec. 17, *4i ",500 9-0-5 8 a I IOpr. eM rn 600 too.t Ug ore submersed T. 30 B., R. 21 9, Kna 17,100 1-29-57 OR 11: 7.56 aflood sage af AWaIe RIver, MddltIarW Avg 00,000 1934-58 2O 12. 1.56 froia me"uremate to tol2.e a,
1 5. 8-.57
24 10 1:5
751.213-2 Lltts County af Kilbaog SWU see. 17, 22 11- 7-56 8 4*00 teat 02 at 751-415-A. Spring and, ran Lithis T. 30 B., R. 21 Z Max 6,900 9-50-58 R1 12:12.56 200 teat Los are sumerged at flood step Min 550 91413 22 5.26.57 af Aloft. River, Additioaml wasulemnts Avg 4,000 1934, 21* 10. 5-57 In table 4*.
26 6.26.58
752217-A Meser F. L. Acukrly BVIN& aga. 14, 500 U-17-0 8U
75).218-A Buckhorn U. S. PhoaphoriO hN* e. eo 9, Hex 6,200 8-19-58 -1l 6-2Produact CaP. T. 50 B.' 2. g0 3 mn 4,100 6:08
755-20-A Boil P. C. are, Jr. sWX.2W sea. 25, T. 298,. a2X 2,000 65 U
ON753.229-A Palma City af Tapa *x e.3 50 259-4 8.104-58 UAcmlxo i pnn$ C 29 B., H 2 259 8-11-58
7;7-222-A Craft ita. 2. E. Herrlgton aM44 saa. 13, 150 8 25o 6.26.8 U Water formrl1 bothtld AM sold.
Mineral T. 29 8., R. 19 2
77.-2. Dembonag M E. .Herrington niVeamanee. 15, 20 7 170 6-26.8 U T. 29 8., R. 19 2
757-225-A Oak Oak Park Drive-in N*N I sea. 17, 100 15 U 500 feet X ot 757-22-A. spring Is bur-ed, Theater T. 292 ., R. 19 5 dlisbuse vIS adult.
7-227-A bo. City of Tapa SSlad aee. 15, 500 5 9- 22 U High aolori formerly public supply T. 29 S. 18 g 6- 1-2 for Ue..
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8O-220-A Busk& A. 8. Miore 85M4 ase. )1, 2,000 15 8 7-51-58 U T. 26 8., R. 20 E
00-220-B Ettreka I. 8. Moore 51&2W ago 32, 200 15 U 200 teet SV of 800-220-A.
T. 28 B., 2. 20 2
800-221-A -- Mobley B2&2V sea. 50, .,000 15 U 20eat of Six Mile reek aad 100 feet V T. 28., 20 ot a drainage ditah.
800-221-B .. 2. W. Baov4u 81 1V sea. 0, 1,000 15 U 0.15 ad. n of 800-221-A In bottin ot M Mile
T. 26 2., R. 20 E Crek.
800-226-A River Bandl City at Tamps Nwj Dma. 50, 3 5 22 6-10-58 U T. 269S., 2. 19 5




Table 3. (Continued)
' ppro xicma ti Chlor i de Sprig Discharge elevation content
Number Rame Owner Location gpm Date (feet ppm Date Use Remarks .......__ _above al) .
=40-26-B -- Mrs. H. L. Moolamer M SEil see. 30, 100 25 29 6-10-5U U T. 2d S., 1. 19 E. 17 5-22-58 3b 1-29-59
500-227-A Lowry City of Tampa HWfSWf sec. 25, 30 7 880 6- 6-58 U Very strong A2S odor, eulfur T. *8 5., R. 19 K. 980 5-22-58 deposits on curb.
980 1-29-59
600-227-B North Perk E. A. Vaughn NW&HW* sac. 364 50 5 U Formerly supplied laundry.
T. 28 S., E. 1 K.
800-234-A Jackson Henw Plouff SLw!f se. 35, 5 5 1,400 9-26-57 U T. 28 S., r,. 17 E. 1,190 8.12-58
801-226-A 10th Street bra. Cecil Fink SWSW_ sec. 19, 0 13 35 8-22-58 U Spring i. diked to prevent flaw.
Sink T. 28 5., R. 19 E.
801-226-B -- City of Tampa NWJSWJ se. 30, 15 5 29 6-10-58 U T. 28 S., R. 19 Z. 15 8-22-58
-3801-227-A Purity Purity Springs H1DjxW eec. 25L 500 7 21 2-17-58 P Water Co. T. 28 S., R. 1M 2. 25 6-12-58 16 1-29-58
801227-B Sulphur City Of Tampa S4NEt. so. 2R, ax 73,000 8- 3 -45 7 212 9-20-56 2 Average flw based on T. 28 S., A. 18 E. Min 5,800 2.12-34 500 10-25-57 79 measurements during period Avg 5,0O0 237 6-19-58 1917-59.
801-227-c Richardson Hedrick Estate SWIE* see. 25, 210 5 1330 5-11-55 P T. 28 S., P. 18' E. 3 8-1-58
802-226-A Trinity A. J. Hanna SW 5Wi see. 18, 14 31 0-22-58 Spring flowed from orifice Into T. 28 S., R. 19 E. Mool--then out orifice on other aide'of pool; ceased flow 7-10-38
following earthquake.
802-227-A Blue Sink Douglas McMichael S.NWb see. 13, 9,000 15 Spring flows from orftice into T. 28 5., R, 18 E. pool--then out orifice on other side of pool.
504-218-A -- Allen Paul, Jr. 3EINW& see. 4, 20 30 U On east bank of Ilillaborough River) T. 28 S., R. 20 S. 5 miles north of Cowhouse Creek. 505-219-A William Fink SE SE sec. 29, 300 30 U Spring is 150 feet 11W of T. 27. S. R. 20 E. cection corner.
508-205-A W. A. Albritton 0,4E0 sec. 15, -- sC outh bank if Dlackwater Crack, T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 50 feet west of ernal.




T ble J. Clerical An4tyas al spring W tr
(Xote; Nfumber precedtng sta ;oa name $a 4ocatlon number on figure 2, and number following .idtaion nax to spring number appearing on tab)e 2)
Ch mical anslyses In V.1. Pgr million except Spc:LUfc cn_ uat n.. aPH, and color
Dissolved H-ardns Ipeclo1 I
sa ol ids as CAMS conductDate Ne.. l. no- ta- ,car- Chlo- fluo- Ni- Phog- Cal- 1.edue Calu, No- (Micro- porot |dischargeOSllel o n tun Smodium suniboost*|Sulfateride jrids |trate phato u- at n ) no- carbon-J Ko C ]ol-J Jturo
collection (ota) (Blom.) (CA) (Mg) (M,) |(K) (Hno.) (606) (Cl) (F) (NO) (0 4) late 8o-c lum ate at 250C) PH1 or Ass ('f)
(17) LITHIA SPtINGO AT LITIIA, VIA. (Major Sprlng) (751-213A)
No,. 7, 1956 ...... I 45.1 19 0.001 58 12 14 1 132 l81 22 -- 0.1 271 1 194 86 431 7.I 2
Dec. 12 ........... 43.3117 .001 58 12 8.0 130 ) 74 20 -- .0 --253 I 194 so 416 17. II 76
May 28, 1967 ...... 1 46.9 115 .011 57 13 9.9 132 76 21 0.1 .0 0.0 257 I 196 a8 419 7.512;) -Ct. 1............ ..--n._ 15 01 61 9,2 15 I 128 86 24 .3 .2 .0 277 1 190 85 424 7.4 3J o.
June 24, i958 60..... 1 "0 so 9.4 18 1 130 j 85 22 .3 .9 .05 275 I 188 82 434 17.5I0on ,
(17) LITHIA SPRING AT LITHIA, MIA. (Minor Iprtng) (751-213B)
Nov. 7 ...... 1 10.0 17 l000 62f1- 12 133 8 22 -2 0.4 276 204 95 451 7., 2 76
Dec. 12 ........... 1 12.0 20 .00 1 113 4.8 130 77 121 -- .0 261 206 99 439 7. 3 -May 28, 1967 ...... I 13.0 16 .001 5511 8,5 132 82 I 22 0.1 .9 266 207 09 439 7. 0 -Oct. 6 ............I -- 14 .01 a 62 11 1 133 85 24 .4 .1 278 200 90 433 7. 2 76
Jun. 24, 1958 -- 14 .01 65 9.21 130 84 22 .3 271 200 94 449 7:1 5 77
(18) SULPRUUR 8PRIN., VIA. (801-227B)
AY 1, 1956 ....... 3 34.6 8.5 0.01 74 13 100 1.3 157 78 170 -- 0.2 - 901 7. 15 ...
Set. 20 .......... 1 45.7 9.9 .02 80 17 15 -- 152 92 22 .3 270 145.
Nov. 8............ 1 52.3 13 .02 77 13 110 --148 79 200 -- .0 --565 246 124 1030 7. 28- 76
Dec. 17 ........... 55.5 14 .00 75 14 92 --154 73 172 .0 516 -- 244 118 945 7. 7 75
..an 30, 1957.. 3.6 10 .01 78 14 98 160 74 2 0.1 .0 0.3 535 252 121 962 7. 7 74
Nar. 7 ............ 1 47.5 11 .01 79 14 115 -- 160 79 206 .0 .0 .1 583 -- 254 124 1050 7. 6 .. ..
Apr. 18........... 1 57.7 9.5 .00 78 13 109 -- 155 82 193 .2 .1 .0 561 -- 248 121 991 7. 75
June 4 ............ 1 63.9 9.9 .02 74 15 109 --148 79 198 .0 .5 .0 558 -- 246 124 984 7., 5 76
July 1. .....5.......I 9.0 9.8 .01 73 13 106 -- 150 71 190 .0 .0 .2 537 -- 236 112 942 7. 2 76
Aug. 28............1 07.3 7.5 .03 64 15 116 -- 58 77 245 .0 .0 .0 554 221 174 1080 6. 22
Oct. 9 ............ 1 103 7.2 .05 61 14 123 -- 102 74 222 .8 1.2 .2 553 -- 210 126 1010 7. 37 76
Oct. 21 (11 a.m.). 1 80.6 8.9 .05 67 8.0 104 3.2 126 70 200 .0 2.2 .3 526 583 200 96 962 7. 12 76
ot. 21(2:05 p.m.) 1 97.5 6.9 .02 69 13 115 -- 128 70 210 .2 2.1 .1 551 226 120 1030 7. 7 0.0 76
Oct. 22 (7 A.m.),, 1 94.1 8.9 .01 86 25 224 -- 134 110 410 .2 1.7 .0 932 -- 318 208 1720 7. 6 .0 75
Oct. 22(8:30 a.m.) 1 101 8.9 .02 83 26 233 -- 138 108 420 .2 1.8 .0 949 -m 314 201 1720 7. 6 .0 75
01. 22(10:05&...) "" 9.3 .04 90 31 230 7.4 132 118 450 .0 3.2 .3 1000 100 352 244 1610 7. 7 .0 75
Oct. 23............ -- 6.7 .01 98 29 254 -- 164 112 470 .2 1.9 .1 1050 -- 364 229 1990 7. 5 75
Oct. 25(1145a.m.) 1 93..2 9.6 .02 76 43 271 -- 148 122 500 .2 1.8 .0 1100 -- 366 245 2060 7. 3 .0 75
Oct. 25(1:15 p.m.) 1 53.3 25 .01 91 23 226 -- 138 108 415 .2 2.9 .1 959 -- 322 208 1740 7. 7 76
NOT. 26 ............1 57.1 9.7 .01 74 13 108 -- 144 68 201 .2 .4 .0 545 238 120 1030 7. 3 .0 76
Jan. 2 1958 ...... 1 51.8 29 .01 42 8.5 0 -- 20 80 18 3.8 .0 4.6 196 140 124 341 6. 55 .1 75
Feb. 27 ............I 67.3 9.0 .00 83 10 120 -o 145 85 214 .1 .1 .06 592 -- 248 129 1070 7. 5 74
Apr. 24 ............I 67.2 9.4 .01 60 13 131 -- 147 90 229 .2 .3 .04 625 253 132 1120 7. 5 75
June 19............. 44.8 10 .00 74 13 102 -- 152 76 182 .1 .1 .12 532 -- 238 114 967 7. 2 .0 75
Aug. 19............ 79.2 9.7 .00 78 16 132 146 as 237 .1 .4 .05 634 -- 260 139 160 7. 5 .0 76
Oct. 14 .............1 56.4 9.9 .00 78 13 123 -- 144 865 218 .2 .4 .03 599 -- 248 130 599 17. 5 .0 76




Table 3. (Continued)
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, PH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness specific
solids as CAC03 conductNag. P- anceo TomDate Me.n Cal- no- tas- Boae- Chic- luo- Ni- Phos Cal- Residue Calcium, Mon- (micro- Perdischarge Silica Iron cium slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phat cu- at magne- carbon- mhos ICol- ature collection fe) WO.) (T) (Ca) (Mg) O( ) (BOS) (304) (C') (F) (NO) (P04 lated Il SOOC slum ate at 25c) PH or Ago (OF)
MJCUHORN SPRING, FLA. (753-218A)
Apr. 26, 1956..... 1.9 0.01 55 1 ILI 1 15 10.7 1 I35 1 66 1 '24 10.4 10.0 1 1 7 1 8 5 1 0
EIUREA SPRINGS, FLA. (759-220A)
May, 1195. I. 1.0 1 0.01 60 6.9 4.9 0.4 18 46 8 .0.3 0. 216 178 48 361 .9 20 75
July 4. 1956 .....13 .01 60 6.0 4.7 .3 159 41 8.0 .1 .1 0.1 211 226 174 44 1 327 751 4 75
PURITY SPRINGS, FLA. (801-227A)
July 20, 1923 ...S .9 ,0.07, 45 3.4, ,6.0 142 3.6 11 -- 0.3 157 126 1-- 4 7.'I '
May 1, 195 ....... 1.2 9.7 .01 55 3.6 14 .7 164 12 24 -- 4.5 s1 407 7.4 10
Feb. 17, 1958 9.6 .05 52 4.9 5.5 137 1 21 .1 9.0 0.0 225 5 3 300 7.5 07 May 6 ............ .3 295
Jan. 29, 1959..... 55 5 56 3. 4.4 139 1 22 0 1 175. 38 363 I7.6 3 7
'-0PAILA CEIA SPRINGS,..F., (755-229A)
Aug 2, 92 17 0.9 09 15 10 4 9 231 106 1163 334 --II
May 2, 1956 0.i5 0.95 1 84 25 19 28 18 02 0 I-20 932 171 5
5.... .... 34 ooT2o, i i "I l
Apr. 1, 1957 ......-- -- 82 6.3 -- 170 1 1 232 6 1
LOWRY SPRINGS, FLA. (800-227A)
Jan. 29, 1959 ..... 1 12 113.62 147 I29 T01 1.92 1980 10.0 0 598 1 433 364 0 1 7. 76 UNNAMED SPRING, FLA. (800-226B)
Jan. 29, 1959..... 12 61 I 1 1.61 3.9 111,74 1 .6 18 IS 10.0 1 206 17 34 3 586 [7.71 1 75RICHARDSON SPRING, FLA. (801-227C)
may 11, 1955 ...... 3 540 1.390 7 1 2
9 Discharge estimated
1 Result of discharge measurement




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Table 4. (Continued)
(17) Lithia Springs near Lithia (751-213A and 751-213B) continued Major spring Minor spring Total flow Date (751-213A) (751-213B) of springs May 28, 1957 46.9 33.0 59.9 Nov. 19, 1957 54.7 12.8 67.5 Dec. 31, 1957 45.8 12.1 57.9 Feb. 25, 1958 44.4 12.8 57.2 June 17, 1958 50.4 12.0 62.4 Sept. 30, 1958 56.8 15.4 72.2
(18) Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs (801-227B)
Discharge Discharge Discharge Discharge
Date (efa) (mgd) Date (cfs) (ngd) Feb. 24, 1917 35.5 22.9 Dec. 8, 1932 38.7 25.0 Feb. 6, 1929 25.8 16.7 Jan. 3, 1933 39.6 25.6 Ma 9, 1930 92.3 59.7 Feb. 15, 1933 37.7 24.4 Feb. 6, 1931 46.1 29.8 Mar. 8, 1933 41.5 26.8 Mar. 18, 1931 80.0 51.7 Apr. 4, 1933 44.9 29.0 Apr. 6, 1931 69.8 45.1 May 4, 1933 56.8 36.7 May 6, 1931 72.0 46.5 June 5, 1933 40.6 26.2 June 24, 1931 54.2 35.0 July 6, 1933 43.5 28.1 July 17,'1931 31.0 20.0 Aug. 2, 1933 82.6 53.4 Aug. 8, 1931 W0.5 26.2 Oct. 18, 1933 57.4 37.1 Sept. 3, 1931 38.4 24.8 Dec. 4, 1933 41.1 26.6 Sept. 13, 1931 51.4 33.2 Jan. 8, 1934 31.1 20.1 Oct. 7, 1931 74.6 48.2 Feb. 12, 1934 12.9 8.34 Nov. 12, 1931 58.8 38.0 Mar. 19, 1934 29.2 18.9 Dec. 4, 1931 44.7 28.9 Apr. 16, 1934 47.9 31.0 Jan. 9, 1932 51.0 33.0 May 4, 1934 27.7 17.9 Feb. 12, 1932 54.1 35.0 June U1, 1934 34.1 22.0 Mar. 10, 1932 39.4 25.5 Apr. 5, 1935 20.8 13.4 Apr. 7, 1932 24.7 16.0 Aug. 3, 1945 163 105 June 8, 1932 23.6 15.3 Aug. 6, 1945 154 99.5 July 6, 1932 49.1 31.7 Aug. 15, 1945 110 71.1 Aug. 4, 1932 34.6 22.4 Oct. 5, 1945 102 65.9 Sept. 9, 1932 48.8 31.5 Mar. 12, 1946 70.4 45.5 Oct. 4, 1932 26.6 17.2 May 2, 1946 48.3 31.2 Nov. 16, 1932 38.2 24.7 Nov. 8, 1946 65.3 42.2
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Table 4. (Continued)
(18) Suphr Springs at Suphur Springs (801-2ZM) continued)
Discharge DisEZb e Discharge Dfscharge
Date (cr,) (so') Date (ces) (mg)
.r 1, 1956 34.6 22.4 Oct. 22, 1957 94.1 60.8Jume 19, 1956 0T.7 26.3 Oct. 22, 1957 101 65.3 ** Aug. 8, 1956 39-3 25.4 Oct. 25, 1957 91.2 58.9 *Sept- 2o, 1956 43.7 28.2 Oct. 25, 1957 53-3 3-4.14 *e Nov. 8, 1956 52.3 33.8 Nov. 26, 1957 57.1 36.9 Dec. 17, 1956 55.5 35.9 Jan. 2, 1958 51.8 33.5 Jan. 30, 1957 38.6 24.9 Feb. 27, 1958 67.3 43.5 Mr- 7, 1957 47-5 30.7 Apr. 24, 1958 67.2 43.4 Apr. 18, 1957 57.7 37.3 June 19, 1958 44.8 29.0 June I4, 1957 63.9 40.0 Aug. 19, 1958 79.2 51.2 JUl7 18, 1957 59.0 37.0 Oct. 14, 1958 56.4 36;5 Aug. 28, 1957 87.3 54.7 Dec. 5, 1958 54.8 35.4 Oct. 9, 1957 103 66.6 Jan. 30, 1959 44-5 28.8 Oct. 21, 1957 80.6 52.1 ** May 21, 1959 79.1 51.1 Oct. 21, 1957 97.5 63.0
* ade ude very unfavorable conditions
*W Pegulated




Table 5. Streamflow Records
Ident. Gags DrainaSe dean Etremes Streamfilov no. Location datum area Discharge Maximum discharge Minimum disMarge
aging station name fig. 2 of gage (t Mi) Period of record (so mi) (ce) (Ce) Cars)
Alafia River at Lithia 19 Let 27'52'l9", 9.86 Jai. 1933 to 335 350 19,300 Sept. 7, 1933 6.6 JUne.5, 6, 1945 long 82012'41" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
R1.nkvater Creek near fights 20 Lat 28'08'25", 70.56 Jan. 1951 to 110 84.1 1,800 Sept. 27, 1953 O.T Na 23# 1952 long 82'09'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.)
* rocker Creek near Odessa 11 Let 28008'15", 30.00 April 1946 to 10 7.46 180 Aug. 23, 1949 No flow many days long 82-5'140" June 1956
BuLtUfg Creek near Wimauma 21 Let 27047'30", 0.00 Sept. 1956 to 29.1 958 Apr. 16, 1958 No flow Ame 4, 5, long 82'21'09" Oct. 1958 7, 10-21, 1958 press Creek 22 Let 2804,'53"' 31.58 May 1956 to (Periodic
near Sulphur Springs long 82'24'16" mar. 1959 measurements see table 9)
Drainage ditch at Beares Ave., 23 Let 28'05 '15", 30.00 July 1946 to 12 107 observed No flo, many days
near Sulphur Springs long 82027'55" Sept. 1956 Sept. 23, 27, 1947
Flint Creek near thonotosassa 15 Let 28*04'04" 32.16 Sept. 1956 to 60 317 Aug. 9, 1957 No flow June 7-24, long 82'16lo''4 Dec. 1958 1958 Henna Lake Outlet near Lutz 7 Let 28008'i0", 30.00 April 1946 to 2.44 46 Sept. 24, 1947 No flow may days long 82'26'35" Sept. 1951,
Hillbrough River near Harney 24 Let 28003'15", 19.14 October 1933 to 630 546 11,700 June -20, 1934 46 observed long 82'21'52' Dec. 1939 Apr. 29, 1938 Hillsborough River near Tampa 25 Let 28001'25", 0.00 Oct. 1938 to 650 586 9,690 July 28..30, No flow Nov. 30 to long 82025'40" Sept. 1958 (cont.) 1945 Dec. 2, 1945 Prior to establishment of gage 16,500 measured Sept. 9, 1933 Hi 1brough River 26 Let 28909' 33.28 Oct. 1939 to 220 268 5,920 observed 48 observed
near Zephyrhills long 821,1' Sept. 1958 (coant.) Sept. 19, 1947 June 11-17, 1945 Hutchins Lake Outlet near Lute 9 Let 2807'140", Arbitrary April 1946 to 2.7 1.45 28 Aug. 14, 1947 No flow many days long 82*29'15" Sept. 1952
Little Menatee River 27 Let 274O'15", 2.17 March 1939 to 145 176 9,450 June 24, 1945 1.2 June 6, 7, 1945 'near Wi nauma long 82*21'10" Sept. 1958 (cont.) North Prong Alaia River 28 Let 2753'1", 38.56 Msy 1950 to 175 147 3,890 Sept. 7, 1950 3.6 Mar 17, 1952
near Keyselle long 8206'01" Sept. 1958 count. )
Pemberton Creek near Dover 29 Let 28o1'341"1, 53.04 Aug. 1956 to 24 258 Aug. 6, 1957 1.1 Oct. 18, 1958 long 82'14112'" Dec. 1958
Rocky Creek 30 Let 28002'23", -0.15 Jan. 1953 to 35 31.8 697 Sept. 27, 1953 0.4 May 12-16,
near Sulphur Springs long 8234'31" Dec. 1958 (cot.) June 9, 10 1955 Simile Creek at Tampa 31 Let 2P570'59", 0.00 Sept. 1956 to 28 822 Feb. 26, 1958 14 daily long 8222'07" Dec. 1958 count. ) Dec. 21-23, 1956 Sweetwater Creek 32 Lat 28'02'33"' 30.68 Oct. 1951 to 6.4 4.65 85 Aug. 9) 1957 No flow many days near Sulphur Springs long 8203'144 Sept. 1958 (coot.)




Table 6, C131,rical ArAlyfas Li 8troam W r
(Noel Numbers preco4tng etroem naee# reoer to location on figure 2)
Chemical analyses in part spo..r million except apocf ic conduclane.L. 1.L and color
1 I MecivWd Hrdoeae apeoitIL
I II I am Co, conduct
M4. -a I a Tm
Date means Cal- no- ta- or Chla. ?luo. l- Phoe- Cal- Residue Colosum, aNon. (micro- per.
of dlucharge Sil ron alum alum Sodium flum bontr Sulfate ride ride trateplte Cu- at mego- Iarbonw ahom Co- ature collection (af.) (81s) (Fe) (CA) (Mg) (a) .(.) (18003) (804) (CI) (F) (NO.) (PC4) lated lIB o lC u te at 25C) PM or ASl ('F)
(27) LI'TI'L MANATER RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.
Sept. 24, 1o9e.. 57 8.8 0.08 4,4 1.7 4.1 10 1.8 12 0.2 -- 35 is 1 10 so 66 2 190
Oct, 1-10. ....... 347 5.4 .20 3.6 1.9 5,1 0.3 6 2.2 11 0.4 .3 -- 33 73 17 12 55 .0 250
Oct, 11-20 ........ 95.9 6.7 i22 3.4 9,1 5,1 .3 9 2.0 16 .4 .2 I 41 66 17 10 I 60 .5 250
Oct. 21-31 ......... 69.6 6.7 .18 4.4 1 .o 5.3 .2 11 1.5 11 .4 .1 I 37 60 10 64 8.7 180
Nov, 1-109...........24.5 7.5 .15 5.2 2.3 5.0 .2 18 2.2 12 .4 .1 -- 44 53 22 8 70 .8I110
NO.U2.,o... 20.3 7.5 .11 4.8 2.4 46 .2 20 2.5 10 .4 .1 4 3 2 8 196
Novo 21-30...........17.6 7.3 .11 5. 2.1 : 2 21 3.2 9.0 .4 .1 43 40 22 a:0 .
Dec. 1-10 ......... 18.3 9.4 10 5,4 2.1 4.3 92 21 2 .8 9.5 .3 .1 44 53 22 5 07 .I 55
Dec, 21-20...........16.2 6.9 .10 5.0 1.3 4.3 .2 22 2.2 9,5 .3 .1 42 37 22 4 468 I!.14 55
Dec. 21-31 ........ 19.1 7.0 .12 4.6 2.4 4.3 .3 21 i 2.5 8.8 .4 .1 41 41 22 67 .0
Jan. 1-10 1957 17. 6.0 .08 4.8 2,.4 4.4 .3 21 2.5 9.8 .3 .1 41 42 22 5 68 .9 65
Jan. 11-26......... 1.7 6.0 .10 5.0 2.7 4.3 .3 22 2.8 9.8 .3 .1 42 39 24 6 68 70
J~ an. 21-31 ..........52.7 7.9 .07 4.8 2.9 6.4 .3 13 8.0 12 .2 .2 1.2 50 75 24 14 83 .870
Feb. 1-10 ......... 20.1 7.2 .08 4.8 2.9 5.5 .2 18 5.2 10 .3 .2 1.0 46 66 24 9 78 .1 75
Feb. 11-20 ........ 16.6 5.9 .07 4.4 3.2 4.9 .1 21 3.5 9.0 .2 .3 1.4 43 56 24 7 74 .1 65
Feb. 21-28 ........ 94.0 7.4 .26 4.0 2.7 5.9 .3 11 6.5 11 .2 .3 .8 45 77 21 12 72 .8130
mar. 1-10 ......... ....98 6.1 .10 5,2 1.0 6.7 .4 7 6.8 13 .3 .3 .9 44 9s 17 12 76 .0 I60
Mu. 11-20 ........ 85.6 6.3 .18 3.2 2.2 6.1 .1 10 4.8 12 .2 .5 1.3 42 62 17 9 69 .6160
Mar. 21-31 ........ 111 5.7 .12 3.2 2.2 5.8 .1 9 4.8 11 .2 .5 1.2 39 67 17 10 66 .5170
Apr. 1-10 ......... 260 4.1 .12 3.6 2.8 5.6 .5 7 5.2 1 .3 .2 1.2 38 67 20 15 63 .4140
Apr. 11-20 ........ 101 5.8 .17 4.0 1.8 5.9 .5 10 5.8 11 .3 .5 1.2 42 68 18 10 66 .8 110
Apr. 21-30 ........ 40.7 6.7 .15 5.2 1.8 5.6 .4 17 5.8 10 .4 .1 1.3 46 57 20 6 73 .2 90
May 1-10.......... 80.7 5.5 .10 3.8 1.6 5.3 .4 10 6.5 10 .2 .2 1.2 39 65 16 8 63 .8120
May 11-20.......... 391 3.9 .07 2.4 2.2 4.6 .4 8 4.8 12 .6 .0 0 35 59 15 8 52 .0130
may 21-31 ......... 67.1 5.9 .17 4.2 1.6 4.9 .4 14 3.5 12 .4 .2 0 40 67 17 6 6o .7120
June 1-10, 1957... 111 5.2 0.09 3.6 1.7 4.4 0.4 12 4.5 10 0.3 0.2 0 36 56 16 6 60 .6100
June 11-19 ........ 108 5.8 .08 3.4 1.9 4.9 .4 11 4.5 10 .4 .2 0 37 59 16 8 I .3120
June 20-29 ........ 761 3.5 .07 2.0 1.3 3.1 5 4.2 6.2 .2 .7 0 24 51 10 6 39 .9110
July 1-10 ......... 226 4.6 .10 2.4 1.5 3.8 .4 7 4.2 9.0 .2 .1 0 30 54 12 6 48 .0 130
July 11-20 ........ 171 4.9 .08 2.2 1.7 3.9 .2 8 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 30 55 12 6 47 .2 150
July 21-31 ........ ..313 4.1 .08 2.4 1.5 3.4 .4 7 3.0 9.2 .3 .1 0 28 53 12 6 42 .0140
Aug. 1-10 ......... 1206 3.5 .06 2.0 1.0 3.3 .4 6 2.8 7.2 .3 .1 0 24 45 j 9 4 38 .7130
Aug. 11-20 ........ 197 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.7 .4 9 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 31 50 12 4 46 .2130
Aug. 21-31 ........ 64.8 6.6 .09 3.6 2.7 4.2 .3 11 4.5 8.0 .2 .6 -- 36 55 20 11 53 .9 90
Sept. 1-10 ....... 155 5.3 .07 2.6 1.9 4.3 .6 10 4.0 8.5 .3 .4 -- 33 58 14 6 52 .4110
2ept. ,1- 0....... .0 4 .0 .08 2.8 1.1 4.1 .4 8 3.2 8.2 .2 .5 -- | 26 58 12 5 4 8 .1 120
Sept. 21-30 ....... 327 4.3 .08 2.6 1.3 4.0 .7 7 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 -- 27 50 12 7 46 .9 110
Thme-weighted 120vera171 0.11 3.8 2.0 04.8 3 1 2 3.9 10 0.3 0.2 -1 -- 57 18 8




Table 6. (Continued)
Chemical analyses In parts per million except specific conductance, ph, and color--Continued
IFsolids 58 C5C08 conductNag- po- o. ce TomDate Mesn Cal- -s- ,ta- lne- Chlo- Flue- NI- Pho- Cal- Residu Calcium, Zon-J(micro- perof discharge Silica Iran alum slum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cu- at mague- carbon- mhos Col- sture
collection _(fs) (8102) (Fe) (Ca) (ME) (Na) () (H3) (50 ) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (Po4) 1ated 1eo0C slum ate at 25C. ) pH or An3 (8p)
(27) LITTLE MANATEE RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.--Continued
Oct. 1-10, 1987... 842 3.9 0.13 2.0 1.2 3.5 0.6 6 2.8 7.0 0.2 0.4 -- 24 53 10 5 41 .91140
Oct. 11-20 ........ I.81.8 6.1 .09 3.4 1.7 4.4 .4 12 3.5 8.0 .3 .3 -- 34 54 16 6 57 .5110 -oct. 21-31 ........ I34.2 6.8 .07 3.3 2.2 4.4 .4 is 3.8 8.2 .3 .2 -- 37 52 is 6 63 .71 -Nov. 19 ........... J.40 6.6 .0s6 2.4 4.8 0-- 5 5.5 9.2 .3 .0 0.6 71 -- 50 9 123 .2l 6D.1
Doe. 31............ 1.39 8.4 .0152 4.5 7.8 -154 20 12 .3 .0 .2 181 -- 148 22 321 7.8 27 .04
Feb. 25, 1958 63 17 .05 4.0 1.3 5.1 --11 3.8 9.2 .2 .0 .8847 S6 6 606 .670 -Apr. 22 ........... 156 6.9 .07 3.4 .9 3.4 -- 9 2.0 6.5 .2 .1 1. 29 -- 12 4 46 6.3 120 -June17 ........... ....13 4.3 .04 4.0 2.8 4.9 1.0 le 3.2 7.0 .5 .0 I1. I 38 43 22 6 69 6.6 35 -Aug. 12 ........... ...905 4.0 .09 2.8 .7 2.2 .6 5 .8 4.0 .3 .0 .6 1 19 55 10 6 39 5.4 150i-(21) BULLFROG CREEK NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.
Sept. 24, 1956 .... 5.0 3. 9 0.02 4.0 1.7 7.4 a 7.5 13 -- 0.0 1-- 4 17 10 70 .01200
Nov. 1 ............ 3.2 4.8 .10 4.0 1.9 6.2 9 4.2 14 -- .1 -- 40 18 10 74 .2 140 -Dec. 12........... .6 1.9 .04 5.6 2.9 5.3 13 7.0 14 -- .0 -- 43 26 16 89 80 -Jan 22, 1957 ...... 12 2.5 .06 4.6 2.6 8.3 12 9.5 14 0.2 .1 -- 48 22 12 91 .7 55 -Mar. 6 ............ 84 5.4 .10 3.8 2.1 9.2 6 8.8 18 .1 .0 0.53 49 18 13 87 .6 150 -Apr. 17 ........... 9.2 3.5 .09 2.8 1.7 6.9 6 3.0 13 .3 .5 .47 35 14 9 66 .0 110 -May,28 ............. 4.9 4.5 .04 2.6 1.7 6.7 6 5.0 12 .1 .3 .49 36 14 8 60 .6 120 -July 17........... 5.8 3.1 .13 2.4 1.2 4.8 7 2.0 9.5 .0 .0 .48 27 11 6 50 .6 120 -Aug. 26 ............ 10 5.5 .13 3.4 1.7 5.1 9 3.0 11 .1 .0 .36 35 16 8 61 .9 150 -Oct. 1............. 102 4.6 .10 2.8 .7 5.8 9 2.5 8.0 .3 .2 .32 30 10 2 47 1.0160 -Nov. 19 ........... 1.9 3.1 .04 3.6 2.2 6.4 12 3.8 12 .3 .1 .1 35 18 8 72 .7 80 .02
Dec. 31........... 15 4.4 .03 4.0 1.5 6.7 6 4.5 14 .3 .0 .61 39 16 11 82 .9 150 -Feb'. 25, 1958 7.3 3.7 .04 4.0 1.2 6.7 7 4.8 13 .2 .2 .27 38 15 10 74 .2 6 -Apr.. 22........... 25 3.3 .02 3.2 1.0 3.4 8 2.5 7.0 .2 .0 .37 25 12 6 48 .1 190 -Aug.' 12 ........... 79 5.1 .14 3.2 .9 3.4 5 1.5 7.8 .3 1.1 1.06 27 12 8 50 .4 190 -Sept 30........... 4.8 6.9 .12 2.4 1.7 4.6 4 3.0 11 .3 .2 .42 33 13 10 59 1 .5 160 .09
(19) ALAFIA RIVER AT LITHIA, FLA.
Sept. 26, 1986 ....* 369 19 0.02 31 7.9 3.4 -- 29 71 14 -- 0.4 is18 110 86 262 7. 100
Nov. 1............ e18 34 .06 62 8.1 22 131 12 .1 19 277 18 170 422 S.- 55
Dec. 12 ........... 73 59 .06 78 11 21 169 11 .0 28 366 -- 240 222 518 6 15
Jan. 29, 1957.. 153 31 .01 45 8.1 19 14 ill 15 3.8 .2 40 280 146 134 345 6. 45 Mar. 6 ............ 437 25 .05 26 6.1 -- 12 20 15 6.0 .0 21 104 -- 90 80 235 6. 85
Apr. 23 .... ....... 297 18 .11| 25 5.2 5.3 16 35 12 5.0 .0 22 136 -- 84 71 213 S. 90
June 3 ............ 372 22 .03 33 6.9 9.2 1.6 8 59 11 3.7 .3 38 134 -- 111 104 256 6. 60
July 9............ 2568 24 .10 33 6.9 8.2 .8 11 57 10 3.6 .3 29 178 -- 111 102 253 6. 90
Ap.2. ........... ..97 1 .112 2 1 5 .0.0 2 136o o8 71.213 90
Aug.22......... ..... 433 26 .02 -- 7-- 10 8 9.5 9.0 .1 32 225 2 66 49 296 6 55
Oct. 11......1404 15 .25 18 5.1 7.4 1.1 21 33 9.8 2.5 .2 14 116 134 66 49 14 6.1 90




Tablo 6, (C-1iu1d)
I Uheiel 4111 il.... I5 U01VUo(-0 I I '
.Ota sol~5 aco 0u09 n4atDitt Mean Cal- no- tis- plasr- ChIf- fluo- Ni- P11- Rostdue CWaotum, Non- (rtoro- I perM(g- ~ orSn- Te l~ r"of dteoharg o l a oSiron cium siw SodtuniSlum bonatla sulfate /do rid trate phaet a 04- St PEnS- O Pn boe. PNoe fa 01- ature
collection Iag) (1910) (10) (CA) (119) (110 (X) (HMO) (504) (CO) (F) (No$) (Pot) lated(, 1 80 C et Mm a 59~C) PH or ADS (or)
(16) ALAFIA RIVER AT LITHZA, FLA,--Contlnued
Oat, 11-20,,.,.1 295 20 'l 30 6,6 9,2 ,a 2 58 12 3.0 ,5 24 175 186 102 84 244 6, 55 Oct, 21-91.,,,,..166 24 .07 43 8,4 9,S 1,0 29 78 14 3.2 .4 29 223 238 142 116 308 6, 45 NOV. 1-0O,,,,., 128 31 ,03 62 0,1 10 1.0 16 119 14 3,3 .0 52 309 319 192 179 415 6, 40 NoV. 11-290.,,,. 127 37 .01 78 12 11 1,2 9 162 IS 3.4 .1 61 385 402 244 236 502 6, 25 Novo 21-30,.. .... 132 40 .02 79 16 13 1,3 6 18 16 3.5 .1 82 419 431 263 268 532 S 35
Dec, 1-1,,,,,,, 156 32 ,01 63 20 12 1.2 3 155 17 3.5 .1 70 375 387 239 236 490 6. 30 De, 11-20.,... .... 144 31 .03 8 14 13 1,2 14 135 18 3.4 .0 65 356 360 227 216 483 6. 30
Dec. 21-30#...... 221 32 ,03 57 13 12 1.8 10 129 18 3.4 .1 63 334 337 196 18 432 6, 40
Doc, 31-Jan, 1-10,
1958............ 353 34 .07 43 5,5 14 1.8 29 76 19 3.0 .2 41 252 254 130 106 322 6, 55
Jan 11-20.. ,. 329 36 .04 49 6,2 16 1.8 23 87 20 5.0 .3 49 281 279 148 129 364 6. 44
Jan. 21-31 ........ 1120 22 .06 24 6,6 12 1.6 26 49 16 3.0 .5 24 170 170 87 66 233 6, 65
Feb. 1-10.......... 416 21 .06 29 7.4 12 1.2 23 57 17 3,0 .3 27 186 197 103 84 263 S. 50
Feb, 11-19,....... 307 29 .06 43 5,0 13 1.2 19 75 20 3.5 .3 41 240 233 128 112 320 6. 40
Feb. 20-28........ 707 24 .06 35 5.2 12 1.2 7 57 18 3.0 .3 33 192 206 109 104 277 6.1 50
Mar. 1-10......... 1069 16 .00 26 5,1 12 1.4 22 44 18 2.5 .4 26 164 174 66 69 230 6.a 90
Mar. 11-20, 1968. 534 24 0.15 31 6.0 13 1.3 26 52 18 3.0 0.5 31 193 200 102 80 259 6.5 85 Mar. 21-31 ........ 800 19 .11 26 5,8 11 .9 28 49 16 2.5 .5 24 169 179 89 66 232 6. 85
Apr. 1-15 .......... 588 20 ,15 29 5,0 12 1.0 27 48 1d 2.5 .4 23 170 186 03 71 245 6.7 90
Apr. 18-30........ 801 20 ,16 29 4,3 10 .7 29 51 14 3.0 .1 28 174 176 90 66 231 6.5 80
May 1-10 .......... 19 36 .09 53 5.4 1,5 .7 28 93 20 4.0 .7 51 293 288 154 131 380 6. 45
May 11-20 ........ 327 40 .10 40 8,0 15 .6 .6 78 19 3.5 .5 41 259 266 133 111 333 6.7 65
May 21-31. ........ 245 32 .08 54 5.7 14 1.0; 21 90 22 4.0 .5 54 287 284 158 141 380 6.5 50
June 1-10......... 98.4 62 .01 100 6.9 17 1.0' 12 172 22 -- .2 110 497 484 278 268 590 6. 15
June 11-22 ........ 87.5 77 .02 117 19 19 1.3; 9 222 18 3 170 658 659 370 362 735 5.9 20
June 23-28 ....... 261 40 .06 58 8,1 17 1.0 17 108 26 -- .7 63 330 329 178 164 427 6. 45
June 29-JUIY 10. 637 28 .20 31 4.7 10 .8 17 54 14 3.0 .5 34 163 197 97 83 239 6. 150 July 11-20............193 40 .01 46 11 14 .9 0 79 16 .2 s0 269 306 160 10 372 6. 65
July 21-31 ......... 135 54 .03 84 8,4 17 1.0 0 131 21 .2 146 478 475 243 243 542 6. 45
Aug. 1-10 ......... 258 56 .13 90 5.2 16 1.4 2 156 1 .3 140 499 496 274 272 141 5. 55
Aug. 11-20 ........ 786 28 .21 40 4.9 10 1.1 4 55 14 .0' .2 d0 214 241 112 109 274 6. 120
Aug. 21-31 ........ 279 33 .15 50 7.5 13 1.3 4 89 19 10 .2 63 287 288 156 152 351 6.1 so
Sept. 1-10 ........ 583 21 .19 34 5,6 12 1.4 0 53 16 6.5 3 43 195 210 108 106 261 6.1 90
Sept. 11-20 ....... 260 30 .19 50 4.6 16 1.3 2 75 24 .1 .2 65 278 286 144 142 360 6. 80
Sept. 21-30 ....... 172 40 .08 56 11 16 1.2 0 93 21 14 .S 7 330 345 184 i8 424 6.1 45
Time-weighted.. 415 33 0.091 50 .0 13 1.2 16 ,92 17 ..... 87 2 _6 61
average..... *____...........Q.......1 .2 -38 03 9 5
Oct. 1, 1957.... 12 WO 15 0.09 22 ,4 6.0 T1 33 6.0[4.4 0.1 15 115 69 56 72 5 Nov.1 ...........I 134 I 40 .0 63 1 2 122 14 6.7 0 43 302 206 205 I 457 .: 28
Doc. 31 ...........I 287 1 9.5 .01 77 14 14 150 78 207 .2 .0 0 574 250 126 I 1060 17.6 13
Feb. 25, 1956 ..... 207 I _, 47 6. 817, 0 4 a3 7 82 19 3.2 .0 48 234 143 1a8 33 I,." -,I
Apr. 17 ............2480 64 6. ----------.0 0.21 27 5 0 3.1 --_ 9.1 -48_ 23 go 6




Table 6. (Continued)
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness specify I
1Ii solids am CaCOD conductMag- n- cane TemDate Mea C0 I al.I no-I rts 1L ia-lo- Fluo-I Ni Posal- lR.du Colo j N~ on- (mco per
Of discharge Silica Iron cium si- Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate ou- at magne- carbon- mhoe Col- ature
collection (e) (i0,) (Fe) (CA) MO (Na) K) (O3)l (04) (Cl) () (NO3) (PC,) latedl 180 sium tI e at 250C) PH or AS ()
(31) BIXMILE CREEK AT TAMPA, FLA.
Sept. 25, 1956...,. 45 11 0.02 58 6.2 12 I 63 1 -- 0.2 231 170 64 371 .5 20 -Nov. 2............ 21 13 .01 66 7.7 11 162 62 16 -- .0 -- 256 196 63 403 .2 9 -Dec. 10 ........... 16 15 .00 75 8.0 7.8 168 74 16 -- .0 -- 279 220 82 452 .6 9-Jan. 22, 1R57..... 31 10 .06 86 10 15 168 119 18 0.2 .3 0.3 342 256 118 632 .9 20 -Mar. 4............ 49 2.0 .02 46 6.6 12 88 60 17 1.4 4.2 1.3 194 142 70 340 .3 42 -Apr. 17 ........... 35 9.0 .01 72 7.4 9.4 150 60 16 .3 .0 .16 268 210 87 440 .6 35 -May 28 ............ 30 13 .02 66 9.6 3.2 160 58 14 .0 .1 .11 243 204 73 398 .0 12
July 16 ........... 66 10 .04 67 6.1 5.5 146 62 14 .2 .1 .28 237 192 72 393 .6 65 -Aug. 26 ........... 128 6.6 .06 40 2.9 6.4 95 32 9.5 .3 .0 .36 145 112 34 239 7.0 80 -Oct. 1 ............ 113 7.4 .06 37 4.0 8.5 88 36 12 .4 .0 1.0 149 109 37 252 7.0 170 -Nov. 25........... 35 12 .01 65 7.2 10 165 6o 16 .3 .0 .0 255 199 64 423 7.8 .5 .01
Jan. 2, 1958 ....... 36 11 .01 37 27 11 162 63 19 .4 .0 .20 249 204 70 436 7.6 30 -Feb. 27............ 184 12 .03 29 1.3 5.1 50 32 10 .2 .3 .82 116 78 37 194 7.0 70 -Apr. 25.. ......... .50 8.7 .02 66 4.3 B.C 146 57 14 .3 .2 ;16 231 182 62 381 7.5 40 -June 19........... I.24 12 .01 70 6.0 6.0 164 54 15 .2 .1 .13 244 199 64 415 .0 5 -Aug. I8 ............ 111 8.5 .06 42 3.9 8.5 102 36 12 .4 .4 .82 163 121 38 278 7.3 180 -Sept. 30..............27 14 .01 68 .9 _14 166 1 67 15 .2 .1 .1.02 268 198 60 424 7.6 5 .00
(26)'HILLSBOROUOH RIVER NEAR ZEPHYRILLS, FLA.
Sept. 21, 956. 454 8.65 0.07 16- 2.9 4.4 "" 50 9.2 11 -- 0.4 -- 79 -- 57 16 140 7. 180
Oct. 1-10 ......... 469 6.4 .21 22 2.4 5.0 0.4 67 6'2 11 0 .4 .1 -" 87 112 65 10 141 7. 250
Oct. 11-16.......... 252 7.2 .24 30 4.1 5.4 .4 94 7.5 12 .4 .1 -" 113 143 92 15 188 7. 220
Oct. 17-31........ 588 5.1 .24 20 2.4 5.0 .4 so 4.5 11 .4 .1 -- 77 106 60 14 125 7. 280
Nov. 1-10......... 170 6.7 .15 39 4.0 5.6 .2 121 7.2 12 .4 .1 -- 135 174 114 15 230 7. 220
Nov. 11-20 ........ 98.3 11 .04 45 8.9 5.5 .2 169 11 12 .3 .1 -l 177 170 149 10 303 7. 50
Nov. 21-30 ....... 77.4 12 .01 37 4.6 4.8 .3 183 11 14 .3 .1 -- 194 -- 161 11 319 7. 30
De0. 1-10......... ..72.7 12 .01 57 5.4 4.6 .3 186 10 9.0 .3 .4 -- 191 183 164 12 322 8. 10
Doe. 11-20........ 70.8 12 .03 58 4.3 4.4 .3 187 10 9.0 .3 .1 1190 180 162 9 323 7. 10
Dec. 21-31 ........ 71.5 11 .00 57 5.4 4.6 .4 187 11 9.2 .3 .1 -- 191 184 164 11 323 7. 25
Jan, 1-10, 1957... 89.0 12 .00 57 4.4 4.6 .4 186 9.2 9.5 .3 .1 -- 100 199 160 8 322 7. 7
Jan. 11-20........ 67.9 9.8 .01 56 5.0 5.1 .5 185 9.3 10 .2 .1 -- 187 200 160 8 321 S. 10
Jan. 21-31........ 95.5 11 ..02 83 4.9 7.8 .7 172 12 14 .2 .2 0.46 189 196 152 11 323 8. 12
Feb. 1-10 ......... 78.8 12 .02 54 4.7 6.4 .4 178 10 12 .1 .2 .27 188 218 154 8 320 8. 10
Feb. 11-20 ........ 73.6 12 .01 53 14.9 5.8 .2 180 8.5 9.0 .1 .2 .16 183 190 152 4 316 8. 5
Feb. 21-28........ 146 11 .05 46 4,6 8.2 1.2 150 12 14 .2 .2 .41 171 190 134 1 301 S. 40
Mar. 1-10...I........ 149 10 .08 44 4.9 9.1 1.7 141 14 16 .2 .1 .76 170 181 130 14 290 8. 65
Mar. 11-21 ........ 101 10 .16 81 6.1 8.0 .8 180 32 13 .2 .1 .47 201 191 182 21 311 8. 45
Mar. 22-Apr. 1.... 512 5.0 .14 21 23 86.7 1.2 60 9.0 12 .3 .3 .81 B9 119 62 13 153 7. 130
Apr. 2-11......... 511 4.8 .19 20 4.1 6.1 .7 64 6.5 11 .3 .2 .61 8 118 67 14 148 7. 160




Tsble 6. Comin.ad)
C__ _l_cal anlyss sn parts par millon esckpt spC'94U CO44CZIAC41 PIR and Cotar.-Cat4nused
T.- T -.1 I Diaaa" .1o .....a.Uecti
Nag PO solida as coca conduct- Tm
Data mes Cal -no tsm- Olcas- C%10- Iluo- N.1- p1101- Cal- Nemi$dUe Calux$ Non. mco per.
disharobare lie & Iron cium lum NdiuNi aimboante sulfate ride rids trate phot. cai. at maema- carbon. mbao Dal- ture
le.oton (cg. ) MOO) (ye) (CA) (Mg) (Na) (K) (B oo) (50.) ( ) 1(801) (P0)l lI dl sl at* at 250C) pH or ADS (IF)
Ap. .., 209 5.3 .22 7 4,3 6.6 .7 84 9.5 12 .3 3 .108 134 85 i6 189 7, 130
Apr. 31-30........ 152 82 .091 3 3.06 6 .6 5 124 9,5 11 .3 *2 .66 141 174 113 12 246 3, 90
may 0-1 .......... 6.3 .13 23 3.4 4. .6 00 6.5 9.0 .3 .2 .02 104 123 84 10 12 a. t00
bay 13-14.. 7182 .0 37 3.3 - 115 9.5 .3 . -- 106 12 221 1. 90
ay ... 7 .12 15 2.1 4.6 1.1 42 8.5 .4 -- .95 -- 46 12 114 7. 120
May 19-31, 1957... 264 3.2 .10 30 4.6 5.6 0.8 99 6.5 0,95 0.3 0.1 0.76 116 135 94 13 198 I. 100
June 1-10......... 211 8.1 .06 29 5.2 6.9 .9 97 8.2 10 .4 .2 .74 11 135 94 14 200 7. 60
June 11-20........ 143 9.1 .03 41 2.8 6.5 .4 128 8.8 9.5 .5 .2 .40 142 169 114 9 242 7 50
June 21-26, 28-30. 151 8.6 .03 41 3.8 6.2 .6 136 9.2 8.5 .4 .2 .35 146 154 118 6 250 7. 40
July 1-10......... 137 9.6 *04 42 3.9 6.2 .4 140 8.0 8.5 .3 .2 .21 148 165 121 6 253 70. 50
July 11-20........ 165 7.0 .02 37 3.3 7.1 .8 120 8.2 10 .4 .2 .39 134 144 106 6 232 7. 50
July 21-325, 27-31, 0 0 2 0 1 8 6
Aug. 1-4...... 261 5.8 .05 30 3.6 5,0 .2 97 5.8 7.5 .3 .2 .02 106 129 go 10 1a8 7.0 60
Aug. 5-12 ......... 1102 3.5 .07 13 2.9 4.3 .4 42 4.2 6.0 .4 .2 .23 56 82 44 10 97 6.7 120
Aug. 13-24 ........ 336 6.3 .10 26 3.2 5.7 .4 a6 5.5 3.0 .4 .3 .16 9o 124 73 a 169 6.9 110
Aug. 25-31........ 809 6.1 .08 21 2.6 5.2 .6 65 5.5 7.0 .4 .3 .20 81 100 63 10 137 7. 120
Sept. 1, 3-10..... 529 5.6 .11 17 4.6 5.4 .7 58 5.8 7.5 .4 .4 .39 77 61 12 129 7.0 140
Sept. -1-20..........763 5.1 .15 16 2.7 5.4 .6 49 4.5 7.5 .4 .5 .35 67 97 51 11 113 6. 10
Sept. 21-30 ....... 071 5.0 .15 16 1.9 5.4 .6 53 4.8 8.0 .5 .4 .23 71 97 53 10 11 6l 140
Tlae-Veighted -. 1 .7 Sol I aveare ....... 26 5 8.3 .09 37 4.1 5.8 10.6 1o 8.9 10 0.3 0.2 0.44 -- 150 0 11 227 9
Oct. 1-9, 1957 .... 872 5.1 D.13 15 2.6 5.2 0.8 44 4.8 7.5 0.5 0.3 0.57 S 90 48 12 107 6. 140
Oct. 1-20 .........I 260 7.3 I.'1 31 2.3 5.8 .4 96 6.0 9.5 .4 .2 .18 110 132 87 8 184 7. 120
Oct. 21-30 ........ 140 9.3 1.04 46 4.6 6.1 .4 148 5.2 8.5 .6 .3 .11 1 15 134 12 268 7. 50
Nov. 21............ ..104 12 1.01 54 4.0 6.0 -- 177 8.5 10 .2 .1 .10 184 -- 151 6 319 7. 7 0.
Jan. ,. ...... 2 5123 13 I.01 50 4.1 14 161 17 14 .3 .0 1.40 193 142 10 316 7. 23.
Mar. 4 ............ I.1360 11 .06 13 2.1 5.5 38 5.5 11 .3 .0 .76 68 41 10 105 7. 011;
Juno 24 ........... ..89 13 .06 68 3.3 4.4 .5 182 3.2 7.5 .2 1.0 .32 186 163 15 9 237 17. 50
Aug. 8 ............ .70 11 .13 42 1.2 5.2 .9 117 10 10 .3 .7 1 .51140 163 110 14 236 7.100
Aug. 28 ............. 92 6.4 1 .061 41 2.3 7.4 126 9.0 10 .3 .351 139 -.o112 a 24 71 55




Table 6. (Continued)
Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific aonductance, ,H, and color-Continued Dissolved Hardness specific
solids AS CLCO3 conductUaE- $ o-Anne Date Mean Cal- no- tam- Bcar- Chio- Fluo- Ni- Phos- Cal- lResidue Calcium,j Non- (micro- u
of discharge Silica Iron cium alum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate hate cu- at sagus- carbon- shos 1 collection (cfs) (8I0) (F,) (CA) I(Mg) (Na) (K) (BODO) (804) (Cl) (F) (No) (P04) /ated 1806C slum ate at 250C pH or I..,m
(15) FLINT CREEK NEAR THONOTOSASSA, FLA.
Nov. 7, 1986 ...... 14 2.5 0.03 9.6 5.4 16 54 7.8 20 -- 0.1 -- 88 46 2 170 17.11 55 I
Dec. 10 ........... ..5 4.0 .03 10 5.1 15 58 '7. 20 0 .0 2- 92 50 2 178 6.9 51
Msy 31, 1957 6..... 2 2.9 .04 15 2.8 7.6 5 J 733 10 18 0.4 1. 752 49 20 161 l7.31 901
ct. 7 .................84 3.7 .05 6. 1.6 7.4 I22 5.8 9.5 .4 1 1.4 46 24 6 84 16.7 8010.2S
(25) HILLSOWB 0Ug RIVER NEAR TAMPA, FLA.
Sept. 26, 1958 .... 436 7.7 0.10 39 2.6 8.1 97 20 13 -- 0.2 136 108 28 233 7. 150
Nov. 6 ............ 280 9.1 .11 27 2.1 3.0 76 5.8 10 -- .1 94 76 14 164 7. 180
Dec. 18 ........... 42 9.4 .02 64 6.2 3.7 160 22 10 -- .0 184 160 29 316 7. 45
Jn. 22, 1957..... 29 .8 .02 50 58.6 9.2 156 22 10 0.2 .5 0.2 177 148 18 313 7. 20
Mar. 13 ........... 162 10 .04 48 4.4 9.2 132 27 15 .1 .0 .27 179 138 30 305 7. 83
Apr. 16 ........... 677 5.1 .08 24 1.9 6.4 68 7.5 12 .3 .1 .32 90 68 12 156 7. 110
May 30 ............ 312 5.5 .08 26 1.9 6.2 73 8.0 12 .2 .3 .84 97 73 13 160 7. 90
July 11 ........... 320 6.4 .05 14 12 2.8 85 7.5 9.0 .1 .1 .30 94 84 15 175 7. 90
%10 Aug. 27 ........... 1810 5.4 .07 20 1.5 3.4 58 5.0 7.5 .1 .1 .38 72 86 8 128 6. 110
Oct. 9 ............ 2420 5.1 .05 16 1.9 3.5 47 5.0 7.8 .3 .0 .32 63 48 10 108 7. 90 0.
Nov. 25 ........... 41 9.9 .00 52 4.5 7.8 147 26 12 .2 .1 .0 184 148 28 317 7. 30.
Jan. 2,198 259 5.1 .07 4.0 2.3 5.5 10 4.0 13 .3 .0 .72 40 20 12 76 6. 100 .1
Feb. 27 ........... 810 3.3 .03 34 1.7 8.0 2 12 15 .2 .0 .31 120 92 16 217 7. 80
Apr. 24 ........... 652 13 .07 24 1.0 6.0 64 8.0 11 .2 .0 .68 96 64 12 153 7. 200
June 19 ........... 57 6.9 .01 46 3.4 7.4 136 i1 10 .3 .1 .05 159 129 18 273 6. 25 .0
Aug. 14 ........... 1800 8.7 .06 26 .7 4.1 68 10 7.0 .3 .0 .21 90 68 12 154 7. 140
Oct. 8............. 203 8.0 .02 44 2.9 -- 124 20 10 .3 .1 .22 154 122 20 265 7. 0 .0O
A Time-weighted average for year ending September 30




Table 7, Temperature o' Surface Water
(Nlote I Namber nreaedirw statton name i location number on tigure 2)
(19) ilaflU fiver at Uthia, wter year .tober 1957 to b@ep1958.
October Novebr December January February March Mat June July Aeptember
2 -- 67 65 56 56 70 65 80 81 -- 82 79 3 -- 67 63 54 no 68 64 80 81 78 81 79 4 75 69 60 50 65 6 67 51 76 82 78 70 6o 50_ 6 68 7 80 77 8.1 79
6 75 67 w9 55 54 68 69 76 81- 78 81 -w07 75 67 59 58 56 69 71 71 80 78 80 80 8 75 70 62 49 55 72 70 71 80 79 8o 81 9 75 69 6o 49 53 72 69 71 81 80 80 -10 75 67 58 48 53 70 68 2 82 81 78 8It 74 67 56 49 56 67 68 71 -T1 82 78-12 73 68 51 50 55 68 67 72 83 82 78 N 13 74 68 50 56 54 69 67 73 83 81 77 79 0 1475 70 51 57 53 61 68 72 84 81 79 79 15 7L 72 52 9 55 63 68 72 83 81 79 81 16 75 74 56 56 52 61 -- 71 83 80 79 81 17 74 74 58 56 h8 61 73 84 81 79 82 18 74 73 60 54 46 62 65 73 85 82 80 82 19 74 74 61 54 4 63 67 74 85 82 80 81 20 711 70 61 91 98 1 6a 68- 7 82 81 an / 21 74 69 61 56 ? 59 69 77 82 81 79 82 22 74 69 61 58 53 58 69 77 80 82 81 82 23 74 72 62 56 55 60 70 75 78 83 80 81 24 73 72 63 60 6o 62 -- 77 80 83 80 25 72 70 69- 96 6h -L7--7 79 82 80 1 2670 67 67 58 64 64 76 78 79 80 80 80, 27 66 68 6 57 62 64 77 78 80 83 80 80 28 62 6 66 58 63 63 77 77 80 -w 79 80 29 61 69 66 57 63 75 80 78 83 79 79 30 63 68 66 56 63 79 79 75 83 80 31 64 6 6 1 556 65 79 8h8 Avg 72 69 61 55 55 65 70 75 81 81. 80 80




Table 7, Continued
(27) Little Manatee River near Wimawa, water year Oct, 1956 to Sept@ 1957
October Noveiber December January February March April May June July August September,
Day i
1 77 69 T7 -F 70 63 W 72 82 85 82 2 77 72 58 62 70 61 68 78 82 80 80 8%: 3 77 72 58 60 74 64 73 79 75 83 80 84 4 77 76 58 60 10 6 75 7E 84 82 79 78 S 7h 71 659 977 ,, 79 78 78 78 6 7% 71 59 66 69 6 79 1 81 78 so 7 76 70 62 66 69, 67 76 79 78 78 78 8 7k 70 65 64 73 64 74 7% -- 84 80 75 9 7 67 68 63 72 60 77 7 79 85 81 78 10 7h 59, 63 65 73 61 72 84 86 80 79
ill 74 63 -67 68 72 56 71 73 83 7 03 -r0 N 12 .72 59 65 65 69 65 70 78 82 85 84 83 13 72 61 67 63 67 64 75 80 83 84' 83 80 14 74 63 69 66 64 68 76 79 85 84 84 83 is 71 61L 1 71 66 62 69 72 7 86 85 84 81 16 70 66 74 68 65 68 7k 78 85 86 85 82 17 70 67 72 66 66 74 73 80 86 8% 85 83 18 70 72 7k 55 66 70 75 79 87 83 86 78 19 71 68 7k 54 71 75 74 79 87 82 85 81 .20 2, 67 69 61 68 7h 77 81 80 83 86 79
S 21 77 68 72 63 65 73 -- 83 80 82 86 82 22 72 68 71 64 65 75 77 84 79 83 82 82 23 72 59 73 65 64 73 73 85 81 84 78 83 24 70 57 71 70 -- 73 74 86 81 82 -- 83 25 70 61 6h 62 69 70 75 86 82 81 81 82. 26 70 6: 56 71 66 70 81 84 82 79 -" 78 27 70 56 57 72 68 70 80 84 79 82 81 77 28 7k 51 60 72 68 66 79 79 81 83 80 76 68 53 61 72 -. 66 80 83 85 83 79" 3o 68 59 68 69 -- 76 -- 81 82 79
3 68 69 71 o80 ... 80 82 Avg 73 65 65 65 68 68 75 79 82 83 82 80




Table 7, Contirud
(26) HiJlsborough Ifive'l' pr rhrhflI, w:.-r ".:t. 1956 to Fspt, 1957
October Novenlber December January February March April May June July August S2ftmber
2 77 72 66 64 73 66 66 74 78 G0 76 -3 76 72 68 66 74 67 71 76 78 80 78 78 4 76 73 68 67 74 67 73 76 79 80 78 78 1L76 2 1 70 68 1 71 68 1h 7L5 79. 80 76 78 6 75 72 69 69 72 68 72 74 79 79 78 7 7 75 71. 70 70 714 68 70 74 79 79 78 78 8 75 71 70 68 74 67 72 73 79 80 78 77 9 76 70 68 7 6h 72 7 78 80 78 77 10 i a 7 70 72 6h 70O 80 so so 79
11 75 66 70 72 7h 66 70 74 80 79 78 80 12 7h 66 71 70 70 66 70 -- 80 78 80 80
N 13 73 68 12 A8 68 68 72 76 80 79 80 80 IN 14 73 68 7 71 68 71 73 78 80 80 80 71 1s 72 0 71 72 68 72 72 76 78 78 78 16 72 70 74 72 68 72 70 78 80 80 79 78 17 70 72 714 71 68 72 72 78 80 80 81 78 18 72 74 63 68 72 72 78 80 80 -- 78 19 -- 72 74 .63 72 74 -- 79 80 80 90 78 20 J2 7 66 6h 7h 1L 80 80 78 80 21 72 73 70 68 72 -714- 00 80 79 80, 8 22 -- 71 72 70 67 68 75 80 80 80 78 80 23 2 70 67 69 74 81 80 80 78 80 24 66 74 70 68 72 75 80 80 80 78 79 25 -- 67 70 70 70 72 7 80 78 79 74 79 26 6 64 71 70 69 75 80 78 74 77 27 65 66 72 68 76 80 79 78 76 28 64 67 72 70 66 76 79 79 80 78 77 29 .. 66 66 72 66 76 80 80 79 78 78 o 68 64 72 66 76 8o 80 8o 78 7831 -66 173 jo__7 68 7 77 79 8 Avg -- 69 70 69 70 69 73 77 79 79 79 78




Table 8. Monthly Mean Discharge of Streams
(In cubic feet per second)
(Note: Number preceding stresm name refers to location in figiam 2)
(19) Alkfia adver at Lithia
year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr., MAY Jtme July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
1933 69.8 108 136 299 52.6 49. 1,080 373 2,537 180 101 74.5 1934 74-.4 U3 137 172 96.6 1,006 779 599 523 343 61.9 67.3 1935 70.4 56.0 35.4 146.8 33.6 62.3 424 34o 1,958 285 9E.7 178 1936 123 1,191 527 117 145.0 157 175 281 358 535 119 17 193T7 78.5 282 230 665 185 164 267 594 440 167 136 228 1938 170 88.9 72.1 28.5 35.9 236 748 570 154 1,259 369 131 1939 105 107 49.5 48.2 71.0 939 1,293 1,596 1,046 309 106 85.6 1940 221 387 276 179 36.2 102 171 242 109 50.9 28.0 67.1 1941 144 16 184 484 43.8 173 1,546 414 254 1o io 1374 1942 312 311 714 156 60.5 379 501 155 209 56.7 33.6 57.7 1943 54.4 52.2 99.6 38.0 118 843 1,945 1,370 624 220 95.9 91.0 1944 91.8 65.1 119 63.1 32.7 64.4 350 68o 224 395 2o 76.2 1945 205 73.3 36.3 25.0 13.0 835 2,667 1,383 835 373 119 147 1946 192 146 303 40.9 89.1 155 678 701 480 225 89.5 68.4 197 63.2 177 493 503 166 544 691 1,072 2,528 527 286 257 191 1,009 384 261 in 30.0 28.1 404 1,478 1,097 947 139 156 S9 9.6 70.1 43.0 27.6 18.7 236 191 2,136 1,001 827 228 146 1950 1 66.8 9.4 49.3 19.9 37.3 166 178 821 348 91.1 246 1951 141 180 109 328 51.3 27.0 203 3142 3149 3143 169 12 1952 87.5 166 315 113 42.2 93.6 161 432 209 1,271 406 187 1953 380 355 131 119 36.5 254 518 913 1,810 774 718 766 1954 353 199 191 130 206 456 968 457 5o6 256 313 180 1955 197 182 113 132 46.2 95.1 355 384 579 136 158 20 1956 93.7 135 52.7 4T9 124 57.0 80.6 222 420 274 81.1 75.4 1957 14 1142 350 444 748 407 514 1,045 1,087 67 129 177 1958 622 456 808 775 253 162 316 436 339 46 9 257
(20) Blakwater Creek near Knights
1951 32.2 49.0 38.4 193 31.0 22.0 4o.1 55.1 83.7 38.4 214.6 26.4
1952 2o.4 35.3 183 33.8 68.1 77.0 77.9 211 95.0 198 53.0 24.1 1953 15.6 61.7 28.9 29.5 9.27 25.9 204 500 739 248 223 255 1954 68.2 32.7 29.4 19.2 19.0 165 164 141 35.9 18.1 27.3 22.6 1955 27.8 48.8 17.1 15.8 8.51 6.02 58.1 178 153 33.1 61.7 29.5 1956 28.7 34.3 11.9 9.27 30.5 9.87 39.2 19.1 197 152 15.0 7.58 1957 12.9 27.3 128 131 232 89.2 56.3 273 g54 171 13.8 19.2 1958 67.0 106 144 1. 22.1 8.47 25.3 44.8 67.6 11.5 18.7 18.1




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Table 8. (Continued) (11) Brooker Creek near Cdeessa
Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June Juy Aug. Sept. Oat. Nov. Dec.
19.6 3.41 1.42 ;, 2.75 15.3 27.3 2L.7 20.1 .o30 2.16' 1947 0.70 0.58 5.29 4.68 1.08 .o 7.69 42.1 9.1 30.1 16.5 6.
1948 8.37 13.2 6.16 2.08 .26 .01 .34 3.15 4.76 8.57 2.88 .36
1949 .59 .2T 0 0 0 0 0 59.9 38.0 27.7 13.3 4.62 1950 2.09 .48 .29 .04 0 0 3.87 10.9 43.7 8.2. 3.23 2.
1951 4.44 4.37 1.9 1.79 .32 0 0 .92 3.45 3.50 2.35 4 1952 30 376 10.2 12.6 2.1 1.62 1.69 08. 8. 3.6 10.1 2.39 1953 1 259 1.9 4.68 2.65 .346 2.01 28.3 36.8 334.1 7.78 134.2 1954 1.3 3.83 1.82 1.19 .21 .35 4.10 5.11 16.2 18.2 2.88 1.47
195 1.52 2.89 .82 .12 0 0 .06 5.37 22.6 6.82 .oo7 0 1956 0 0 0 0 0 0
(21) Bu .frog Creek near Wimaum,
1956 36.2 1.17 o.56 1957 2.51 1.86 234.5 29.2 21.6 42.9 36.2 79.9 41.1 55.6 2.17 .7.39,
19q8 55.7 47.3 78.7 108 6.69 4.36 26.5 25.8 8.52 18.1
(23) Drainage Ditch at Bears. Ave., near Sulphur Springs
1946 6.95 8.06 1.9 10.1 5.4o 1.72 1947 0.09 0.05 1.89 4.89 1.47 0.13 12.8 58.3 76.1 31.1 20.2 6.09
1948 10.7 19.6 8.43 .85 .23 .58 .26 25.2 12.6 19.6 2.76 2.55
1949 1.77 .96 .2 .08 .02 .04 0 23.3 355 39.3 6.62 1. 1950 .68 0 0 0 0 0 '3.66 2.30 36.0 4.96 1.26 1.45 1951 2.16 3.81 .59 1.45 .36 0 0 2.16 25.1 o.4 34.08 4.21 1952 1.54 .46 4.o2 4.28 .09 .25 2.36 16.9 7.20 11.6 6.01 1.28
1953 1.45 .91 0 0 0 0 0 10.2 39.5 1T7.3 3.59 22.0 1953 7.92 1.19 1.08 .72 1.90 6.61 10.2 29.8 19.5 10.0 2.41 2.28
1955 2.32 3.19 ,33 .06 0 0 .01 .12 6.79 1.29 .22 .03 1956 .01 .05 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0




Table 8. (Continued)
(95) ltl.orough tver near Tampa,
Year JMn, Fib, Mar! Apa', Wia A~ s 4MUpt" Oct, MaY, Ws I,57 573 164 l99 174 128 97.3 1o6 90.2 4.90 1,886 1,475 1,627 61 171 137 1940 202 502 34.0 351 103 225 4o30 59 489 161 97., 110 191.1 275 38 808 1,856 11.5 145 3:,108 688 252 177 227 27 5g. 7 35 1,670 658 171 246 23o )25 69 169 1 102 194. 96.6 89.2 106 86.2 88.4 077 238 1,780 1.77 165 11.0 191 19 1 151 126 9o.6 98.1 165 1,021 156 637 .42 13 191.5 133 169 110 84.8 65.9 g~6 4,64.7 5,o 2,869 80298 185 1896 2 259 765 ill 9030 2p 839 1,I77 733 54.5 13 87.7 191 5.21 9 735 449 90. 2 1,,465 2,168 3,501 1,850 722 10
191. 1,27 1,273 710 212 113 69 .4 299 2, 192 832 I,079 120 119 1939 50.0 49.9 33.5 30.0 30.7 36.1 1,141 2,366 2,508 347 247 1970 307 88.1 81.6 72.. 33.9 26.2 193 147 3,844 615 236 364 1951 353 234 199 406 186 52.4 144 498 697 751 221 358 1952 18 169 521 598 80.1 257 226 64. 429 787 391 141 1953 188 321 171 1,065 217 170 169 1,965 4,371 2,795 6. 1,795 1954 850 250 177 103 97.8 327 723 119908 268 109 129 1955 125 216 76.6 67.1 33.1 215 800 1,1 19 120 1956 8.1 174 42.9 13.9 14.8 8.48 31.5 9. 2 742 172 46.1 1957 34.8 49.4 366 79 188 1,8 1,790 157 9 1958 114 486 1,975 7 204 74.5 9 811 238
(26) Hillborough River near Zephyrhill
1939 295 94.o 82.6 1940 110 226 183 211 77.8 93.1 162 175 195 77.6 69.3 73.6 1941 112 157 369 942 93.5 102 684 269 1.12 83.8 127 161 1942 352 252 826 231 89.8 209 329 110 163 77.6 63.0 63.6 191. 67.3 65.1 73.6 58.6 69.3 303 1,092 692 658 159 86.8 84.9 194 89.3 80.0 88.2 83.6 60.5 56.5 129 377 182 474 189 91.6 1945 152 89.5 6 .9 60.9 55.7 625 1,95 1,468 1,116 310 128 11.0 1946 173 136 279 97.1 102 1 3 500 249 156 95.4 85.5 1947 76.3 97.5 175 239 117 363 691 867 1,63 506 345 188 1948 868 442 289 113 70.0 67.6 175 1,102 410 593 102 11 1949 89.8 74.o 58.8 57.1 59.0 73.4 95.3 929 987 688 153 1950 157 101 97.2 94.4 76.2 82 99.9 112 1,257 184 121 1951 143 173 156 368 131 98.7 4 298 362 344 199 1?3 1952 103 136 4ol 222 154 198 169 358 216 364 15 102 19 1 130 116 96.8 99.2 29 40 1,037 2,001 797 374 665 1954 27 178 12 491. 97,.6 1177 417 124 98.5 107 103 1975 10g 139 86.1 81.7 75.4 69.5 126 446 563 116 149 101 1956 9.9 117 75.9 70.0 93.0 70.1 95.5 83.0 364 487 115 71.7 1977 78.0 96.2 258 319 333 169 202 625 654 415 106 107
1958 199 332 693 323 111 113 152 152 152




Table 8. (Continued) (9) Hutchina Lake Outlet near Lutz
Year Jane Feb. mar. Apr. Mar June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1946 0.0 0. 0.88 3.75 6.44 2.53 0.31 0.o 19147 0.003 0.13 0.40 0.41 .06 .41 4.94 10.4 12.9 7.81 5.32 1.13
1948 3.31 2.69 1.4o .09 .02 0 .09 3.88 2.90 2.68 .25 1949 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 325 3.42 14.6o 186 .50 1950 .31 .06 .14 .0A 0 0 .o .32 6.65 2.16 :16 .52 1951 .80 1.08 .19 .22 0 0 .05 .34 .53 1.00 2.60 2.15 1952 .26 .27 .95 .65 .06 ,36 .51 1.87 .97
(27) Little Manatee iUver near Wimauma
1939 14.2 27 .3- 622 574 1,209 276 83.9 24.3 23.1 1940 76.3 146 77.0 45.7 12.2 73.4 136 269 129 37.7 11.1 35.4 1941 98.6 84.8 89.4 203 u.6 113 737 98.4 127 35.9 105 89.7. 1942 11o 224 200 54.3 13.0 146 146 53.1 49.5 12.0 8.91 14.5 1943 17.2 15.9 4o.8 13.2 23.1 542 1,279 964 396 166 32.1 31.8 1944 35.0 19.4 $6.5 21.0 10.5 50.2 132 382 212 178 28.7 23.0, 1945 62.4 21.8 12.0 6.78 3.75 543 1,444 685 434 1.5 31.5 141.3 1946 58.7 48.0 83.8 11,0 17.8 107 896 811 522 128 28.8 24.5 1947 214.9 89.o 354 93.0 68.o 258 40 622 1,180 150 80.4 78.3 1948 483 86.6 99.3 77.2 14.4 8.48 3314 619 713 438 33.3 33.0 1949 23.0 17.8 12.3 8.51 6.61 39.7 94.2 932 459 350 52.6 28.4 1950 22.0 16.6 17.7 14.1 13.5 17.5 275 258 569 159 27.3 .13 1951 66.2 72.9 21.3 200 14.2 5.13 192 435 4el 204 41.5 34.6 1952 22.6 53.0 12 35.7 13.6 37.3 43.8 262 262 1,16o 152 73.9 1953 248 162 31.1 47.9 9.91 55.3 72.4 255 974 290 18 290 1954 165 51.1 37.6 48.5 117 163 351 175 525 98.9 83.5 64.5 1955 57.0 40.2 25.3 22.1 11.0 26.2 208 650 383 36.7 33.4 26.9 1956 21.2 31.3 13.3 10.0 46.0 8.74 17.9 96.2 141 168 20.8 17.9 1957 30.4 40.0 163 134 176 348 239 476 229 306 35.2 75.4 1958 410 220 530 439 81.0 82.9 231 166 70.7




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Table 9. Measured Flow of Cypress Creek Near Sulphur Springs
(In cubic feet per second)
Date Elevation Discharge (mal) (cfs) MAy 2, 1956 0 Aug. 28, 1956 0 Sept. 26, 1956 25.14 0 Nov. 6, 1956 24.97 0 Dec. 13, 1956 24.46 0 Jan. 22, 1957 24.90 0 Mar. 7, 1957 25.07 0 Apr. 17, 1957 25.76 18.8 May 30, 1957 25.37 7.30 July 11, 1957 25.82 25.8 Aug. 27, 1957 26.75 307 Oct. 2, 1957 27.74 608 Nov. 19, 1957 25.02 0 Dec. 31, 1957 25.24 0 Feb. 26, 1958 26.30 Mar. 4, 1958 27.56 569 Apr. 24., 1958 26.29 195 June 18, 1958 24.03 0 Ang. 19, 1958 27.38 572 Oct. 8, 1958 25.28 Mar. 23, 1959 30.70
30




Table 10. Records of Wells
Yields Pumping rate in gallons per minute (gpm)/ drawdown in feet (dd)/ hours pumped (hrs). Use: D, domestic or commercial; I, industrial; Zr, irrigatLon; 0, observation; P, public supply; R, return or drainage; 5, stock watering; T, test hole; U, unused. Remarks. Prefixe H and Wgi; denote Florida Geoloical Survey well n~ubers;WSP, U.S. Geological Survey Water-SuppLy Paper; chloride data were determined in the flald
and do not mat laboratory standards for precision and accuracy.
Casi- Water level Chloride content
a 044 Yield.
Well Owner Location tw a.. W, .e tpldl Remarks
4.. 1 __3__WIw
738-206-1 Murray Harrison SS.53 sec. 33 ..-- 13.5 3 13-- 20 4.6 12-11-56 6 12-10-56 3 casing seated on hardpan
T. 32 S., R. 22 E.
738-231-5 Harem Forms SBA sec. 32 .... 600 8 10.5 150 7.9 2-20-52 25 2-20-52 Zr Temp. 780P, 2-20-52; 70F, 8-7-58
T. 32 S., R. 18 3. 26 8 7-59 739-203-1 Murray Harrison .teSik see. 25 ---- 120 21. 60-------------------------------------------U Water level below 25 ft, capped
T. 32S., R. 22 E. and abandoned 739-204-1- do 5 ee. 26 ---- 10 2 10 - 3......-....... .....- .L--------S Casing seated on hardpan
T. 32 S., R. 221 .
739-207-1 d--- o ------- 4WkW see. 33 ....--- 25 2- 132 30 6.0 12-11-56 ------ ------- ---------------- Do
T. 32 S., R. 22. a
739-224-1 J. Raymer N31.SA' sec 33 1930 500 6 150--125 +6.4 5-11-51 20 5-11-51 Zr Temp. 779F, 7-28-58; 771F, 8-7-58
T. 325-., R. 19E. 18 7-28-58 739-226-2 J. Stevens Sr SWh see 30 195081,000 8 21.3 ------------+1.3 9- 958 ...... ------- r
T. 32-B., R. 19 E.
739-230-1 The Canada Corp. SEkNk sac 33 -.-- 553 8 22.9 ------------20.9 9-10-58 25 12-19-50 U Measured depth 270 ft, 1-18-50
T. 32 S., R. 18 S.
739-240-1 State Road Dept. NWkcSWk sec 35 1954 300 6 230 ----- ------------+11.6 5-24-55 ----------------D Skyway 2; water fron 230 ft contained
T. 32 S., R. 163B. 16,000 ppm chloride; temp. 78%P 5-24-55
740-204-1 Murray Harrison SWkSW. se 24 ---- 18 2k. 18 -- 50---------------------------------S Casing seated on hardpan
T. 32 S., R. 223S.
740-207-1 Clifton Brock SAMHW sec 28 1953 903 10 160 126.3 660 59.2 2-12-58 ----------------Zr 2,640 ft south and 660 ft seat of
2. 328a., R. 223S. northwest section corner 740-213-1 R. S. Anderson NASW1k sac 20 1957 600 10 128 86 1,200 44.8 2-14-58 ......- ------- r 6-inch liner from 263-320 ft to
T. 32 S., R. 21 S. seal off caving material




Table 10,,-Coa4aus4
C aLn 1W .. vl Chlorid coumie,
S Yield
;pu octin/dd/hr. 3ak
140-215-1 L, L, Leae ISkM e6c. 25 1949 207 6 53 50 ............ 5.8 2-14-58 .. ....... Ir
T, 32 S., R. 20 S,
740-220-1 Mr. falmoe MWSI sec. 19 -.. 700 6 58.4 ....... 26.2 1-17-51 .... ... U
T. 32 S., 1. 20 3.
740-224-1 Samuel Hlamond N1kS9% sec. 21 .... 500 6 1.5 300 +24.2 2-15-51 25 2-26-51 Zr Temp. 78'F. 2-26-511 77'1, 8-7-58
T. 32 S., R. 191 20 8- 7-58
740-228-3 9. J. Claprood MSWsR ec. 23 ......... 4 20.9 ............ 1.9 9- 9-58 6 8- 7-5a Zr Temp. 77F, 8-7-58
T, 32 S., I. 16 1.
741-204-1 Z. J. Pea MikiMt3 so.. 14 1895 10 36 10 130 ............ 2.5 2-12-58 23 2-12-58 D Dug well vith brick curb; temp, 611F,
T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 2-12-58
741-204-2 C. 1. Hancock Sk3Wc see.c 14 .... 12 2k 12 .....-............ 1. 2-12-58 ......---------U Casing seated on hardpan
T. 32 1., 1. 22 1.
741-224-1 Hre. J. Bannes SVWkW% sec. 15 1929 400 4 200 38.9 ............ 14.7 9-10-58--------------- U
T. 32 S., R. 19 1.
741-229-2 Powell Farms SkNEk seec. 15 1949 605 6 35 10.8 100 +3.8 ....... 0-19-50 Zr Temp. 77.59F, 10-29-50
T. 32 S., R. 19 Z.
741-230-6 R. J. Claprood WANWk aec. 21 ......... 8 .... 5.7 350 +15 2- 4-58 25 11-16-50 Zr Temp. 76.5%?, 11-16-50; 790?, 3-6-58;
T. 32 S., R. 18 Z. +17 3- 6-58 35 2- 4-58 84%1, 4-2-58; 78'F, 5-8-58; 79"%.
+16 4- 2-58 33 3- 6-58 8-7-58 +13 5- 8-58 31 4- 2-58 +10.2 6- 5-58 34 5- 8-58 +13 7- 2-58 32 8- 7-58 +11.8 9- 9-58 29 0-11-59 31 0-13-59
742-203-1 Clifton Brock SZkcnk sc. 12 1957 700 10 140 130 ----------- 57.0 2-13-58 .............. Zr
T. 32 S., 1. 22 3.
742-208-1 arnesil Ranch Inc. Nklg sac. 7 1957 861 12- 298 122 ----------- 57.7 2-13-58 12 8-22-58 Zr Water contains much 82S
T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 10




Tab'.e 1O.--Continued
Caing j Water level Chloride contend
W .4 U 0
Wall Owner Location tmtks
well !1 gpm/dd/hr@ -.
742-216-1 Brady, Knowlton, and SkWIc ee. 11 1957 324 6 80 106--------------56.0 2-28-58------------- U Two large sinkholes formed within
Greene T. 32 S., R. 20 S. 56.9 5-24-58 200 ft of well 2 months after test 56.8 9- 9-58 pumping 500 pm for 3 days
742-219-1 Paul Carter SWhNWk sec. 9 1951 330 6 97 85------------ 49.7 8-23-51 9 7-31-58 0 Continuous water-level record from
T. 32 S., R. 20 E. 8-23-51; also known as observation well Alillborough 500
742-224-5 R. Deal Szkiw' see. 9 6 17.6-------------+3.8 9-10-58----------------r
T. 32 8., R. 19 B.
742-226-12 Dickman Farms NAS k see. 7 .. 6 9.0-------------+7.6 9-10-58 25 0-31-52 Ir Temp. 77.5, 10-31-52
T. 32 1., R. 19 E.
742-228-11 Henry Willis hESW W sec. 1l .... 500 6 8.7 1O +5.7 9-10-58--------------k,0
T. 32 S., R. 18 8.
742-229-9 J. Morgan S8,kSS see. 10 .... 500 6 8 200 11.9 10-27-50 10-27-50 U Temp. 78PF, 10-27-50; 75P, 8-7-58
T. 32 8., R. 18 E. 8- 7-58
743-212-1 Virgil Simms NASA sec. 4 1940 1,900--------------------------------------------------------T Southern Petroleum I Mi..el.oil
T. 32 S., R. 21 S. test, plugged and abandoned, salt water reported at 1,900 ft depth
743-215-1 A. M. Crowell, Jr. SA4BA sec. 6 1956 1,489 12 210 106 ,000 62.5 5-19-58 5 8- 7-58 Zr Deepened from 780 to 1,489 ftto
T. 32 S., R. 21 8. increase yield
743-216-1 Brady, Knowlton, and 81cS8* sec. 2 1957 735 12 220 100 1,000 62 i957--------------r
Greene T. 32.S., R. 21 B.
743-226-2 Paul Dickman SWAS8' sec. 6 ---- 479 6 29 6.8 250 7.8 9-10-58 25 10-24-50 r Tamp. 78%, 10-24-50
T. 328., R. 198.
743-227-5 Chase and Co. SzkSWk sec. 1 6 6.9 250 +9.7 9-12-58 25 1-22-52 Zr T. 32 S., R. 18 S.
744-208-1 State of Florida SWkNA sac. 31 1953 217 4 8.-----.-------------32 9-29-53--------------D W-3025, supplies Hurrah Tower facility
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.
744-215-1 Bethel Sweat NVA sec. 36 1951 640 8 82-----.------------62 1951 50 121350 Zn
T. 313., R. 208.




Table to. --Coea tuod
__.. ....______ Cji -i:: W.ca, .lve londe g.oage
W48 G 0001181
V950 ow' I___ Location u~n riy aco ol
744-224-1 Lelsiy and Son 893%l se. 33 t 450 6 ... 15,4 250 +3.6 %-Llql ............-. lor dlo rini iny season only
1, 31 S., R. 19 1.
744,224-18 Dlckswun ?arms SBNWg aec. 33 1947 400 6 8.6 ............ +.2 1130-50 2 11-30-5 r. Tamp, 77.59F, 11-30-50, 751F,
1, 31 S., A. 19 3. 8-7-58
744-225-2 C. 1. Council i i c ......... 7.1 ............. 11.1 4-25-51 ...... ....... .rt
7. 32 S., i. 19 Z.
74-225-13 Dickman Fari WAAl7 sac, 32 .... .... 9.1 ............ +6.3 9-LO-58 25 7-25-52 IrS
T. 31 S., 3. 19 Z.
744-225-39 C. L. Council M0nh mac, 32 .... 500 6 33 6.8 ............ +7.5 2-28-52 370 2-28-52 0 Continuoa s iaer-level record Ir
T. 31 S., A. 19 Z. 7-13-50; amp. 820?, 2-28-52; alma known as observation well Hilalborough 30
744-226-4 San Hindman SzkgS3 ae, 31 .... 325 8 26 6.2 ............ +4.7 9-10-58 25 U- I-M Zr Temp. 7801. 11-1-50
1. 31 S., A. 19 1.
744-226-9 Troy Alman SASA aee. 31 1949 600 6 4---- 4.2 ............ 12.0 2- 4-58 50 2-13-50 IrD Temp. 798Y, 12-13-50; 8I1', 3-7-58
T. 31 S., R. 19 1. +14.0 3- 6-58 +14.0 4- 2-58
+11.3 6- 5-58
+12.0 7- 2-58
+11.5 9-10-58
744-226-16 Dickman Farms htSk sic. 31 .... 450 6 ----- 5.4 ............ +9.0 9-12-58 30 1- 1-50 Ir Tamp. 7807, IL-I-50
T. 31 S., R. 19 1.
744-226-31 ..... do --------f WkS aee. 30 .... 427 6 48 3.7 ............ 9.5 11-30-50 245 L-30-50 Zr Tamp. 10*7, LL-30-50; 81", 3-6-58;
T. 31 S., R.. 19 3. 81'1. 4-2-58; 75 8-7-58
745-207-1 S. E. Thatcher Wg, M k sme. 29 1950 800 10 -----.-------------------------------.------- Zr
T. 31 S., R. 22 3.
745-207-2 ------ do ------- SZ-Sk mc. 20 1950 816 t0 121 130 ............ 64 3-29-50 ------------- Zr W-2152, mater surgea 2 ft La well
T. 31 S., R. 22 3.
745-213-1 Balm Zduatries MrkH seec. 29 1955 760 10 30----- 3 ............ 84.6 5-24-58 ------------- Zr Deepened frou 950 to 750 ft to
T. 31 S., Rt. 21 E. increase yield




Table lO.--Conticued
Casing Water level Chlride~ content
%.- S,,LU
W411 Lo ato ~ 4a
o, . L ) cm see a 0 .00
Well Iwe Zoc"Weon
74-215-1 R. 0G Sett SZS1k sec. 24 1942 650 6 144 99.7 2-27-58 - T Test he drilled for Ruble Oil Co.
T. 31 S., R. 21 S. rByt 745-225-15 Pauline e Hearg e 8at see. 29 1938 345 8 30 5.5 ------------ -7.4 9-10-58 25 0-13-50 Z Tei-p. 760r, 10-13-50
T. 31 S., R. 19 Z.
746-207-1 S. E. Thatcher hik sec. 20 1950 501 10 120 125 ------------ 58.5 2-13-58 ------ --------r gi-67. waler surges 2 ft in well
T. 31 S., R. 22 E.
746-209-1 American Agriculture d... N. k sec. 24 ---- 700 8 122.4 ------------72.7 4- 7-58 ------ ------- Americn Agricul.tural Chemical Co.
Chemical Co. T. 31 S., R. 21 E. Boyetta 2
746-210-1 - do --------SWSW s ec. 13 505 24 103 122 3,000135/8 68.7 4- 7-58 ------ 1.-------- American Agricultural Chemical Co. 13
T. 31 S., R. 21 S. or ayette 3 746-214-1 Bethel Sweat m1hI10 nee. 19 .... 690 10 165 125 ------------ 86.3 5-24-58 7 7-29-58 It 80 ft, l07.inch casino; 165 ft of
T. 31 S.. R. 21 E. 8-inch casing 746-223-2 Dickman Ferms NWkMZ sec. 22 ---- 340 6 23 8.3------------ -5.5 9-10-58 20 M-31-0 rS Temp. 78%. 10-31-SO
T. 31 S., R. 19.
746-224-4 i-------do-----I--- SWk sec. 21 300 S 4.4 ------------ +9.4 9-10-58 205 10- 5-50 Zr Temp. 79*P, 10-5-30;. 78', 8-7-58
T. 31 S., R. 191 .
746-224-5 ----d----------WJ5Ik see. 21 ---. l57 6 56 ----- ------------+-11.1 11-17-50 35 1-75 Ir Temp. 77'?, 1.1-17-50; 79'P, 8-7-55
T. 31 S., R. 195S.
746-224-10- do ----- SZJNW% sec. 21 1950 483 6 37 12.1 300 +8. 0 11- 15-50 40 10- 5-50 Zr Temp. 77.5, 10-5-50; 76'r. 8-8T. 31 S., R. 1 91.
747-203-1 L. B. Anderson 8W-, k sec. 12 1955 400 8---- ----- ------------ ----- ------- ------ ------- Zr
T. 31 S., R. 22 S.
747-204-1 International SWkNZh sec. 14 1957 850 12 134 158---------------82. 7 2-13-58 8 7-28-58 Zr Waler contains much NZ
Minerals &. Chemn. Co. T. 31 5., R1. 22 1.
747-210-1 American Agricultural 14W-j5Vk sec. 13 1945 883 24- 202 ----- -------------61.1 4- 7-58 9 7-28-58 1 Water level below surface 57 ft in
Chemical Co. T. 31 S., R. 211E. 20 1945, 77 ft in 1949 747-220-1 Council Farms MgNZ sec. Is 1951 520 846 100 39.3 500 32.6 3-12-57------- --------7U
T. 31 S., R. 201E.




Tabja 10. --Cmni Lnued
CasingWaer level chloride gonea
Welt ''Yel mah
747-222-11 Powell farms N3kWk $eo, 1. .... 123 6 36 10.7 100 +2,2 9-11-58 25 10-16-50 Tr Temp. 76F7, 10-16-50
T. 31 1., A. 19 3.
747-223-6 Ileberry Parma sWMRA set, 15 .... 350 8 t8 6,1 300 7.0 ...................... .r Temp. 77.5F, 11-21-50
T. 31 $,, A. 19 A.
748o205-1 J. A. l1l SWUEBk see. 3 L956 263 3-2 135 125 ............ 38 12- -56 12 12-12-56 0 2-inch liner 135-145 ft,
T. 31 S. R. 22 1. shuts off crumbling material 7468-206-1 T. S. Jameson kNA e sc. 7 .... 10,129 26 4,498 99 ....................................... T W-1005, Humble Oil Co. I T. S. Jamelon;
T. 31 S., R. 22 casing pulled, plugged and abandoned 748-222-6 Powell Farmes s1kk seec 11 1949 340 8 31 ................. +6.4 10-16-50 25 10-16-50 Zr Temp. 74.5, 10-16-50; 7707, 8-8-58
T. 31 ., R. 19 1.
748-223-8 John Kushner 1AicNZ $cs. 10 .. 340 6 31 6.7 250 +8.3 10-11-50 200 10-11-50 Zr Temp. 80*7, 10-11-50; 799F, 8-8-58
T. 31 ., R, 19 3.
748-223-10 ........ do ........ l sec. 0 .... 300 6 ..... 6.0 200 +6.0 10-11-0 90 L0-11-50 Zr Temp. 77*7. 10-11-S0; 77'?, 8-8-58
T. 31 S., R. 19 3.
748-223-19 ........ do -------- WkS sec. 3 .... 143 4 ..... 5.0 250 +1.0 9- 8-58 120 10- 9-50 D Temp. 777. 10-9-50
T. 31 S., R. 19 3.
749-215-1 J. A. Kay& M32kWm seec. 1 1943 147 4 50 75 ............ 38.8 5-24-38--- ....... D Yield reported to be low
T. 31 S., R. 20 3.
749-219-1 severely Hille Dairy 3 &n%. see. 4 1956 323 6 175 110/10 57 2-29-56 18 6- 3-58 D W-36860 T. 31 S., R. 20 1.
749-222-1 Joe Fernandez S3.83 see. 35 1950 328 8 ..... 12.9 125 1.2 5-24-58 25 12-15-50 Zr
T. 30 S., R. 19 1.
749-222-4 T. 3. abry rAlc1MPc sec. 35 1945 233 6 ...................... +3.1 9-20-51 210 9-20-51 Zr Temp. 7607, 8-8-58
T. 30 S., R. 19 3.
750-208-1 Royce Dixon WlklSi sec. 30 1951 493 4 65 112 30/24 8 4-20-51 -------------- W-2416, yield insufficient, casing
T. 31 8., R. 22 1. pulled, plugged end abandoned 750-208-2 Hillsbornugh County NZM sec. 30 195 452 10 139 100 48.5 4-11-55 ------ ------- D
3d. of Public Znetr. T. 30 S., R. 22 3.




Table LO.--ContLued
CAsin$ V Water level Chloride content
a -a
Well oner Lcatio Yield Rmk Well Cruer Location a,'t a gpm/dd/hrs A 6 ,5uXr5
750-222-1 Histal Park Court SkIS;r sec. 26 1952 250 4 .... --....-................. ....... 210 S 9-52 rD
T. 30 S., R. 19 E.
751-203-1 Seeboard Air Line NEkNZ k see. 24 1945 759 8 65 119.7 ------------43.3 6-21-57 ----- ------- 0 Abandoned railroad supply, altitude
RR. T. 30 S., R. 22 E. at top of casing 122.3 ft, water level 43.5 ft below land surface, reported
6-28-48
751-204-1 J. I. Southerland HWgNW- sec. 24 1953 108 3---------- --------------8 1953------------ -r
T. 30 S., R. 22 E.
751-207-1 Lllie Hulet SMMI% sec. 21 t20 4 35 43.3 50 20 1-17-57 10 1-30-59 V Water contains ouch HzS, considerable T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 20 3-12-57 uefor alleged medical value, free 10.2 4- 9-57 flowing well
21.3 5-15-57
22.5 6-14-57
751-207-2 ------ do ------- SWkSNk sec. 21 ---- 102 4 40 45.4 40 17.5 1-17-57 10 1-30-59 U
T. 30 S., R. 22 E.
751-208-1 Grays Grocery SWkSEk sec. 19 1954 108 2 51 30 7 9- -54 14 6- 3-58 L T. 30 S., R. 22 E.
751-218-1 J. A. Hays NWSZk sec. 21 1939 265 12 ----- ----- ------------ 45 ....... -.-------r Honey-combed chert and limestone from
T. 30 S., R. 20 E. 240-265 ft yielded most of the water
751-218-2 ------ do ------- SWSW sec. 21 1939 777 10- 140 ----- ------------45 ---- ------- ------- -r
T. 30 S., R. 20 8. 8
751-218-3 ------ do ------- SW&NW% sec. 21 1939 715 8-6 150 ------------------41 ....... .....-.--------r Deepened from 400 to 715 ft to increase
T. 30 S., R. 20 E. yield, well bottoms in hard, brown limestonee
751-231-1 iCy of Port Tampa N810Wk sec. 20 1912 200 6 160 5 ............-1.7 4-18-34 34 8-15-58 U WS? 773-C H16; formerly used as municipal
T. 30 S., R. 18 E. 3.2 6- 8-58 supply for irrigation and general service 2.5 9-16-58 water for City; 300 test wells drilled in area failed to yield potable water
752-207-1 lm Kinsey SWJNWk sec. 16 1946 820 24- 304 58.4 3,625/18 +.8 1-26-57 14 7-29-58 0 W-1448; formerly Elanor Mine supply;
T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 18 water level +15 ft in 1946, +6 ft in 1947; mud-filled cavity at 350 ft;
cemented then drilled; well flows 300 gpm




Tbi. i0..-Contaed
Using 4d.I koe 'hia~i contet
Vel]e ocso Y"eld *1 dIaUii.,
752-208-1 American Allicultael 8l$h N sec. 18 1929 776 L6- 170 .. 3,900 +4.8 1-21-34 40 t934 U W-11l WIP 773-C, Ca. 27 American
Chemical Co. ., 30 S., A. 22 A. L2 Agricultural Chemical Co. 12 or
Carmichael 1; f+twed 660 &pm in 1929
732-217-1 Henry Marrill N.%Ss s.ec. 14 1958 504 6 23 9 100 +6.2 11-17-58 13 1.30-59 D Well supplies 2 fish pools T, 30 S., A. 20 1.
152-210-1 C. L. Rima MSWk sec. 9 1954 204 6 54 ................. 10.5 8-15- 4 248 6- 3-58 D W-3377
T. 30 S., R. 20 A.
752-220-1 U.S. Phosphoric lIks sec. 18 .... 830 16 -----2.2 ............ 12.6 12-10-56 1,560 7-28-56 U Reported abandoned because of high
Products Corp. 7, 30 S., A. 20 1. 10 chloride content of water
752-230-1 C. S. MoDanleld NZS14 sat. 16 1955 145 5 ..... 100/5 7 8- 6-55 143 6-10-5a D W-3625, water contains much 02S,
?. 30 S., R. 18 E. wa fresh when drilled
753-206-1 State of Florida NkSA set. 10 1939 105 4 ..... So ............ +3.9 1-16-57 17 1-11-57 T Test hole on site of proposed canal;
T. 30 S., R. 22 Z. *5.0 3-12-57 well is burled under concrete slab; 00 +5.1 4- 9-57 temp. 73,7, 1-11-57
753-213-1 I. Sowell SZklgWA sec. 8 1956 717 12- 150 53 ------------ 38.1 9-18-56--5 ............
T. 30 S., R. 21 Z. 10
753-219-1 J. A. Bishop niKSlu st. a 1956 238 2 238 25 ............ .....----------------------- U Sand and black organic material from
T. 30 S., R. 20 E. surface to 238; plugged and abandoned
753-219-2 ------ do --------H hAU sec. 8 1956 160 4 21 22 ............ 10 1956 ------- -------- Water highly colored at times; contains
T 301.. 1t. 20 1. much K2S, Iron, very hard; water level 10 ft in the zone from 33-160 ft; rock
at 18 ft
753-223-1 Z. H. Forrester SWkFsA sec. IL 1945 70 6 ---------- 200 .....--------------- -------- Supplies fish farm
T. 30S., R. 19E.
753-224-1 L. I. Adams SV'kS5k sec. 3 1951 150 4 135 150/6 8 2-21-51 3,275 2- -51. U W-238L; casing pulled; plugged and
T. 30 S., R. 19 E. abandoned
754-205-1 S. D. Gooch NWJSWk sec. 2 1953 50 2 41 ----------------- 8 8- -53 -............. S
T. 30 S..R 22 E.
754-206-1 ----- do -------- SWkM sec. 3 .... 27 3 ----------.----.------- 17 1- -56 -------------- r 2 identical wells 20 ft apart on
T. 30 S., R. 22 E. comon header




Table 10.--Contisued
Ca~n W at.r level Cidoride content
0 VO
Wellowner Location j'i! L i~ mk Wel -a Spmdd/hzs I 'a
754-208-1 Amrican Agricultural SHNA see. 6 1934 805 26- 361 --- 4,635 17.9 3-25-35 U W8-267; VI? 773-C, no 26; U.S. Corps
Chemical Co. T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 16 of Army Engineers 402; American Agricultural Chemical Co. 9, or
Camichael 2
754-213-1 M. H. Kulronan SWNVk see. 5 1947 677 12 81 ----- -------------65 '7- -47 ------- ---------Zr Water level remained 75 ft below
T. 30 S., R. 21 E. surface from 115 to 660 ft; roe to, 65 ft when 17 ft cavity was
encountered at 660 ft
754-219-1 Purity Diry Hm sec. .... ---- 8-6 172- ................. ............ 60 8-20-58 SD Driller reports water-filled cavity
T. 30 S., R. 20 E. 230-298 ft, sand and clay 298-300 ft
754-221-1 Edward Sweeting UklSVk sec. 36 1956 590 6 ---18----------------5.9 4-29-56 ------- ---------Zr
T. 29G., R. 19E.
754-229-1 -. M. Carton, Jr. SW% Sg sec. 34 1957 65 4 10 ------------ 7.6 6-0-59 600 6-10-58 U Ohettucted at 65 ft, 3 other wels
T. 29 S., R. 1 8. on property yielded water high in chloride
754-230-1 L. Traynor SWkHgk sec. 4 1952 163 8-6 75 9 60/7 9.5 6-11-52 46-10-58 0 -2664, supplies trailer court
T. 30 S., R. 15 E.
754-230-2 -- --- -------Sk sec. 4 1950 124 6 31 - 75/4 14.4[ 1-25-50 ------- ---------D -2296
T. 30 S., R. 15 E.
755-203-1 & S. lesson N Stk sec. 25 -- 100 3 52105 ------------ 8 1955 ------- -------T. 29 S., R. 22 1.
755-203-2 a. A. Esposito N1A$Rt oec. 25 ---- 288 4 82 90 27 1954---------------,
T. 298S., R. 22 Z, Zr
755-203-3 J. A. Miles SEFAI~k sec.36 1939 480 8 s ---- Soo 16 1939 10 7-29-58 Zr Temp. 76*1?, 6-21-57
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
755-204-1 ----do --- SWkN8Wk sec. 36 1942 402 10 80------------------18I 1942-------- ---------Zr Cavity 200-202 ft
T. 29 S., R. 221E.
755-204-2 0. S. Cunningham NW1%HA see. 35 ---- 150 3 80-- so --------------2.2 3-17-5k--------------.
T. 291S., R. 221E.
755-206-1 Coronet Phosphate C N17 gsk sec. 33 1921 795 30- 97 3.000/25.5/ ---------------------------U Plugged and abandoned
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. ls cent.




leb|, |O,,.Coot~nued
Calls WAler level Chiolr a cuntoan
Weal Owner Reomasron hk
755.206-2 Coronet Phosphate Co. SlkI eec, 28 1920 BO J0- 150 ..... 4,000/6/cont 40 1920 ..... U Pump in wall, not used since 19401
T. 29 S., R. 22 g, is 15-iLch liner at unknown Interval to shut off caving material
755.207-1 D. D. Hull SFkHWk sec. 29 1945 545 12 no 100.............32.6 3-18-5I
T. 29 8., R. 22 S.
755-212-1 Americen Cyanamid Co SW~hZ1 sec. 28 1949 1,700 30. 480 77 3.500/60 39 1949-............ I W2008, water level 45 ft below
T. 29 S., R. 21 1. 24 surface in 1950, air line 147 ft long to 145 ft below surface
755-212-2 d........ .. 8d2NZ sec. 28 1956 725 26 130 62 6,250 35 1956............ I W-4109, air line 84 ft lonq to 82 ft
T. 29 S., R. 21 S. below surface
755-215-1 J. A. Miles 5WkW see. 30 1928 483 18 64 75 3,500 64 6................ Ifr When Alafia River flooded, water
T. 29 S., R. 21 S. level rose 4 ft over night
755-215-2 .... ....... ---- WkSW iec. 30 1928 97 18 60 85 3,500 72 6-..................Ir Cavity at bottom of well, about 4 fIt
T. 29 S., R, 21 R. of open cavity, more than 20 ft of &and in cavity
755-215-3 C. W, Lumaden 8wkmH- sec. 36 1946 253 P 85 92 ..............67 1946..............
T. 29 S., R. 20 S. .
755-218-1 C, R. Pierce HMcIZJc eec. 28 1952 443 6 141 37 .............20.4 8145.............. DS
T. 29 S,, R. 20 E.
755-221-1 Clair M el Builders SZcSWk eec. 25 1958 635 4 70 25 120/8/4 7.3 5- 5-5 110 5- 5-58 D W-4635; test well for subdivLaIon T. 29 8., R. 19 S. 7,6 7-30-5 supply; water used in housing conetru6.8 9.17-5 coion; temp. 770F, 5-5-58; chloride content increased with depth to 110 ppm
at total depth after pumping I hour at
90 8pm
755-221-2 Chester HacIntyre SWjNWl sec. 36 1955 180 2 ---------- ------------------------------------ D Water black, has high H28 content
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
755-226-1 Tamps ElectrLc Co. 59%SWk see, 19 1947 720 10 117 5.0 900/17 5 1947------------- D W1604
T. 29 S., t. 18 1.
755-229-1 B. 0. Wilson NWkSEl sec. 27 1952 67 2 40 60 8 2-28-5;------ ----D W2574, well buried
T. 29 S., R. 18 S.




Table 10. --Continued
Casing Water levelhlride contend
v oner Location I C+ Yied/br tare k
Wel owerV. .1 s gpu/dd/hr. We '
u 0A Is .. !.._ _ __ _
755-230-1 H. C. Kiehl SEANZ seec. 28 1952 57 2 39 60 10 10- 5-52 -- W-2755
T. 29 S. ,R. 18 8.
755-231-1 C. 0. Farber MNZ~Wk sec. 32 1951 114 4 64 6 100/17 4.9 6-10-58 1,380 8-13-58 W-2492, Crenothrix sp. thrive on
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. aerated water; chloride content of water 158 ppm; 9-18-51 after pumping
100 Spo for 14 hrs
756-205-1 T. B. EILLs MM1gNZ, sec. 17 1949 97 55 ----- ------------ 20 3- -49 10 6-21-57 D Cavity 90-94 ft, owner reports
T. 29 8., R. 22 E. difficulty in obtL'ning adequate water supply north of State Rood 60 in this
vicinity
756-206-1 William Hart SWkm4? sic. 21 1950 95 6 35 116 500/17/1 12.6 6-26-57 ------------ -r Cavity 87-95 ft Screened driven wells
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. in area yield water high in iron
756-207-1 A. R. Haralson SFkSWh sec. 21 1952 35 3--------------------------------- ------------ -r
T. 29 S., R. 22 S.
756-207-2 ------ do -------- SgkSWk sec. 21 1953 73 2 38 -----------------12 6- -53 12 62657
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
756-207-3 J. C. McDonald NWkNEk seec 29 1945 716 12 80 ----- -------------40 ------------ ------- Or 10-inch liner from 175-205 ft to shut
T. 29 S., ,. 21 E. off crumbling material
756-211-1 J. F. Let 1Z1SEI sec. 22 1956 600 8 68 58.9 500 17.9 6-.0-57------------ -r
T. 29 S.. R. 21 E.
756-211-2 ----- do ------- S3kS see. 22 1950 90 4---------------------------------- 11 62057 D
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.
756-212-1 American Cyanamid Ca SWSE seec. 21 1929 537 16- 400 2,086/60/20 ------------ 10 4- 4-58 0 Supplies wayside park and picnic area
T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 12
756-214-1 C. W. Blanchard M43SWk sec. 19 .... 52 4---------------------- 41.8 6-20-57 12 6-20-57 U Abandoned, dry bottom in dry season
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.
756-215-1 T. B. Turner 8ftSEk sec. 24 1957 350 8 60 36.4 800 15.6 6-20-57 13 1-11-58 Zr Well is on slope of large sinkhole
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
756-215-2 V. R, Hunter Swhsgk sec. 24 1954 176 5 75 -----------------48 4-15-54 14 5-26-58 0 W-3216
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.




Table 10,--Coatioud
Cooing Water level Chloride cuntson Wield k.
II ~Spa/dd/h r Roma$
__ __, __ __
756-215-3 r Turner WNW sce, 19 1913 250 8 90 ................ 45 6. D fomerly supplied large sawmill
T, 29 8., A. 20 E.
756-216-1 Hlllsborough County HkSitk sec, 23 1954 335 6 225 ..... 94/10 37 3-11-54 14 5-26-58 D W-3181, Yates School supply
ed, of Public Instr, T, 29 1., A. 20 E.
756-216-2 1. 0. Smith WluWk seec, 26 1950 182 4 78 ..... 8/2 58 2-10-50 15 5-26-58 D W1-2108
T, 29 S., R. 20 X.
756-216-3 Brandon Water Co. INW1eY, sec, 23 1955 480 12 ........................... ........
T, 29 S., R. 20 Z.
756-216-4 .... ....... I-- NkSk sec. 23 1958 556 12 156 ................ .34 1-29-59 9 1-30-59 U Well is 20 ft southeast of 756,216-3
T. 29 S., 1. 20 R.
756-218-1 Vrank Ackerly MSWk see. 22 1950 126 3 52 31 10/4 16.2 5-27-58 11 5-27-58 D 1-2303 T. 29 ., R. 20 E.
756-221-1 Two Brothers Dairy SWkFA sec. 19 1949 203 6 55 25.7 100/6 11.4 2- 4-58 100 5- 5-58 0 W-1920 T. 29 S., R. 20 3.
756-227-1 Hotel Hilleboro S1'NEk seec. 24 .... 171 16 22 ------------ 17.1 6-28-57 222 8-14-58 U Abandoned, water rusted pipes and
T. 29 S., R. 18 S. equipment, becomes very salty when pumped
756-228-1 Independent Ice Co. NEkNWk sec. 23 1935 400 8 21 ------------ 10.6 5-27-58 ............ Abandoned, water rusted pipes end
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. equipment, becomes very salty when pumped
756-229-1 Culbreath Landscape S'SVdk sec. 23 1951 165 3-2 60 ------------------------....... 29 6-11-58 Zr Water temp. 76%, 6-11-58
Nursery T. 29 S., R. 18 E.
756-230-1 C. F. Cowsill N1kSWk sec. 21 1934 124 6 11 ------------ 8.5 6-11-58 74 6-10-58 U
T. 29 R. 18 E.
756-230-2 City Karket Builders NlMHEkN see. 28 1949 205 64 11l 15 50/2 16 1949 65 8-13-58 D W-1989, quantity insufficient for
Corp. T. 29 S., K 18 S. laundry, supplies car-wash water 756-230-3 Tampa Electric Co. SW%1k sec. 22 1956 277 8 117 --- 450 t0 3-28-56 ------------ R W-3844, Tampa Electric Co. 3
T. 29 S., R. 18 S.
756-230-4------ do -------- SWhNWk sec. 22 1956 355 8 108 ----------------- 11 5- 2-56 -- --------R W-3861, Tampa Electric Co. 4, deepened
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. from 220 to 355 It, 6-28-56 to increase disposal vol~ume




Table 1O.--Continued
-' e.. .-
756-230-6 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cain -Water. leve Chloride content2,6 |L 40 5 -5- ;382 apaEet~cC.1 clr 7502306aad
HelOwner Location -0 W Remer s
T. 29 S." .18 oe tp 756-230-6 -- -------- SWNW sec. 22 1956 266 8 100- 400 12 2-17-5 152 4-25-58 0 W-3642, Tamp. Electric Co. 1, chloride
T. 298., R. l8E, sample composite of water from 750-230-6 and -7
756-230-7- ---------- SAM see. 22 1956 250 8 133- 450 11 3-14-56- ------- 0 W-3843, Tampa Electric Co. 2
T. 29 ., R. l8 E.
756-231-1 J. A. Bevis S~kSEj sec, 20 1954 73 2 29 --- 50/10 6 3- 2-54 44 8-14-58 Rt W-3175, well is buried
T. 298S., R. 18S.
757-203-1 W. H M errin SRcSWlc sec. 13 1955 45 2 25 -- 775 10 1955- -------- -r
T, 29 S., R. 22 E.
757-203-2 D. E. Bailey NAM8 se.e 13 1956 100 2-----------------------15 1956 10 6-27-57 0
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
757-206-1 elton Brothers SAE; sec. 16 .... 450 4 122 350/7 20.9 1-24-5------------ U Measured depth 210 ft. 1-10-57
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
757-207-1 L. P. lunkett NEkSE; sec, 17 158 8 84 116 ------------ 13.1 3-17-5------------ -r
T, 29 S., R. 22 E.
757-209-2 Lewis Wansley NWkNEk sec, 13 1945 535 a 400- -- - ............ 31 1945-------5- r
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.
757-209-3 C. Medley ... I1Sk sec. 13 1944 201 8 90 106 ------------ -32 3-18-5 ----- ------- r
T. 29 S.. R. 21 E.
757-212-1 American Cyanamid Co WkJ8B eec. 16 1956 450 4-3 189 88.1 ------------47.5 8-23-5 10 10- 8-57 0
T. 29 S., P. 21 E.
757-212-2 ----do --- NWk8E sec. 16 1956 29 3 21 88---------------14.6 8-23-56 10 10- 8-57 0 Measured depth 21.1 ft, 11-23-56
T. 29 S., R.. 21 S.
757-212-3 -.....d-----------Wh8k see. 16 1956 79 3 62 88.2 -------------32.3 8-23-U 9 10- 8-57 0
T. 29 S., R. 21 E.
757-213-1 ........ do --------- -W W7 sec. 17 1937 770 8 76 ----- -------------68 1937----------- I Pumping level below 70 ft in 1946,
T. 29 S., R. 21 S. pump set at 80 ft'




Tbe 0. .-Ccontnued
CeiAAn Water level Chloride cungeni
wait Ovaer Location j5/dhS ~ ~ L Remarks
__ 2W m I 1 __,_/757-213-2 American Cyanamid Co. SkH3k sec. 17 1947 170 12- 104 650 42 1947 ....... r
T. 29 S., R. 21 Z. to
757-216-1 J. Drake kNsEk eec 14 1956 744 12 90 100 2.200/10 45 7 2 r T. 29 S., R, 20 9.
757-218-1 0. H. Woodberry SMkHWk sec. 21 1951 11000 6 200 58 .40 1951 ------ Zr
T. 29S., 3. 209.
757-218-2 0. H. Fisher Skk sec. 16 1951 122 3 54 55 10/5 35 110.51 U W-2352, plugged and abandoned T. 29 S., A, 20 Z.
757-220-1 Rufus Quinn HkN3o s ae. 1s 1930 400 6 46 ............ 25.6 6-18-57 22 6-18-57 D
T. 29 S., R. 203E.
757-221-1 Herman Sausage Co. zksigk sec. 13 1947 300 8 24.9............ 11.7 6-19-57 123 8-20-58 1
T. 29S., A. 19E.
757-221-2 ....d..........S3~c3k see. 13 .... 300 8.............1,200 ... .... 57 2- 4-58 1
T. 295S.. R. 193E.
757-222-1 Stauffer Chemicel Ck SWkNV.i sec. 14 1956 300 4 95.--120/15 5 2-13-56 42 4-28-58 1 W-3803
T. 29 S., R. 193E.
757-223-1 Atlantic Coast Line NVASVk sec. 15 1925 212 6 ---16.3..............*.6 4-15-58 22 8-18-58 D Known as drinking water station
3.3. T. 295S., R. 193E.
757-223-2 Seaboard Air Line SiS~k sec. 15 1950 123 6-4 115 ... 100/14 5 5-22-50 24 4-28-58 D W-2184
33. T. 29 S., A. 19 E.
757-224-1 40th Street Drive-in $VNgW7k sec. 16 ... 199 4-3. .36 40 22 ....... Ill 6-18-58 D Water at 100 ft contained much 82S, H2S
Theater T. 29 5., R. 19 E. content decreased when casing reached 105 ft
757-224-2 Floral Cleaners SWMcNWk sec. 16 1955 165 4-3 105 27 ............ 10 8- 1-55 147 8-18-58
T. 29S., R. 19Z.
757-224-3 Lykes' Brothers NkS3 sec. 16 1952 506 8-6 116 ... 350/6 11 10- -52 119 8-20-57 1
PackinaC Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
757-224-4 Timpa Cold Storage NWkM see. 13 1953 450 6-4 395 ... 110/5 11 2- 1-53 25 2-13-53 0
Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
757-225-1 City of Tampa SWJNWk sec. 7 1913 325 12 --- -............................................. U City sub-station 4, not used since 1933
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.




Table 10. --Continued
CaSing Water level Chloride content
0 0 .
ci 5
757-225-2 Cit7 of Tampa SVklWk sc. 7 1912- 12----------------------f.o. 197--------U Cit"y sub-eaion 3, not used sinc,
T. 29 S.. R. 191E. 1933, capped 1957 757-225-3d-------- SW Wk sec. 7 1913-..........---......... low U City sub-station 2; not used sine
T. 29 5., 8. 195E. 19343, capped 1957; temp. 7557, 2-5-51
7.57-225-4 Catliornia Fackini SZlylY4 sec. 17 1930 203" 14--------------.8 4-95 4!-65
Co. T. 29 S., P. 19 8.
757-225-5- -....do-...... l Vl eec. 17 1941 129 5 12.7-------------.74 9-8-------I
T. 29 S.. R. 191Z.
757-225-6 City odf ... SZ1gWk sec. 17 1911 10 6 13 I 170/.5/103 4---------------U C bot used since 1930
T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-1 -ercedes dernande- W see. 7 191 12 ..... ............ 18o1953910083-2-------------------- -2981
T. 298S., R. 19 S.
757-226-2 Californdo- ....... Wak sec. 18 1953 155 14 7 --130 30 7 --58 ----------- W12980
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
757-226- 3 -. Garcoa ------- N t sec. 18 1954 212 6 4 5 7510/3 13.3 195--------------T. 29 S., R. 19 1.
757-226-4 Vill-on and Co. ----LEN see. 18 1953 6 42- 36.8----1 1 --------8 1953 N3 8- 5 s
T. 29 8., R. 19 E.
757-226-5 A.A. onsalen SZ cWk eec. 18 1953 113 43 .32 200 2 -- 8-53 428145 D 5--2896, well drained 800 ---pm on test1
T. 29-S., R. 19 E.
757-226-6 --anley. Fonts SSIN- N see. 18 1958 14 4 72 120/12 1 7-4-58---------------D
T. 29 S., R. 19 Z.
757-226-7 3Salk-Lindey W1w k se.en. 18 .. 227 6 4 180/8 / 17------- -------------- D
T. 29 S., R. 19 8.
757-226-8 A. A. onalec SCo. HEM sec. 18 1953 -- 3 1 .30 21 1953----- 4- 58 V2095
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
757-226-9 101cr Ice Cream Co. tAGze Swk sec. 18 1955 300 1 00 23 2 8-14-58 D w T. 29 S., R. 19 1.
757-226-1 le 8 156 4 3 ........ 3 I Well is on comon header with 757-226757-226-9 Poar Foery am C Wk s 1 19
Bravery, Inc. T. 29 S., R. IL




Table 10, tC4mtaeaued
Cal $As water level chlouide Gq!
Wal I Owner Location spa/d/br Remarks
757.&6" Tamps Florida Brewer: 81V b %sac lB --a I 120 5 42 13 4-11,52
Inc. T. 291., A. 191.
757226-2 ........ do ....... MSWt sec. 18 ... 152 6 3 5 ..... 7 7-13,47 L50 4-11-52 D Well drilled in historical "Tropical
T, 29 S., 1. 19 2. spring". water supply for former Fort Brooke
757-226-13 ........ do ..........lk5W?9sec. 18 ..-. 335 6 42 ..... ........... 10.2 11-26-55 327 4-11-52 1 aPwpin level 15.1 ft below top of
T. 29 S., R. 191,. casing 7-26-58
757-227-1 Southern Draving Co. W1SAc ee. 13 1945 300 8 ..... ..... 350 750 -14-58 1 Water temp. 781 I, 6-28-57; pumps
T. 291S., 1. 183,. 150,000 spd
757-227-2 Jose Garcia NWVNk sec. 13 1953 173 3-2 136 ................. 34 6- 8-53 17 8-14-58 0
T. 29 1., R. 18 1.
757-227-3 City of Tamps S3ASW'9 sec. 13 1911 165 10 100---------------------.... ...... ---------U Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 23,
T. 293S., R. 1513. City 23
757-227-4 ------ do -------- S Rl scee. 13 1904 202 10 75 ----- ------------.----------------------- -U Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 8.
T. 29 S., R. 18 1. City 8
757-228-1 Hillsborough County N1WSk sac. 14 .... 400 6 ..... 23 ------------ 10.5 5-27-58 ------------ U Supply well used by City of Weet Tampa
3d. of Public Instr, T. 29 5., A. 18 E. to 1912, well is located 41.6 ft south of Main Street, 62.7 ft west of Roma
Avenue
757-232-1 G. 1. Carter WtckNk see. 18 1952 125 3 88 ----- --------------------------110 4-25-58 U W-2587, well cemented 125-100 ft to
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. shut off salt vater
757-234-1 F. W. Greenbacker Sl~gnZ, sec. 14 1940 3,000 12 ------.----- ------------------------ 13,500 1-21-36 U Plugged back to 196 ft and casing
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 6 perforated, salty water from near surface to total depth, water contains
much iron
757-234-2 8artkas Inc llAlcM sac. 14 1942 140 3 60 ----- ------------ 7 1942------------ U Several partially sand-filled cavities
T. 29 S., R. 18 Z. encountered in rock
758-203-1 I4. L. Cracker SWkSz% seec 1 1946 701 8-6 500 ----- ------------23 1946 ------------ Ir
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.




Table 10.--Continued
Casing IWater level Chloride content
x~~ield : ,:
lOwner Location S Well a /dd/hra.l,.
758-203-2 E. B. W-ingate SWkgN sec. 12 .... 118 3 60 ......... .... u Plugged and abandoned, caring pulled
T. 29 S., a. 22 E.
758-203-3 ----- do ------- WkNk sec. 12 .... 76 3 60------------------16- ....... .....------- -r Well s 40 fIt east of 758-203-2, water
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. level dropped from 8 to 16 ft when walL wee drilled below 110 ft, boiling spring muddy while drilling well
758-204-1 G. S. Hancock SW7%Wk eec. 12 1950 503 6 34 400/30 43.2 9-16-58 15 6-7-57 Zr 5-inch liner from 90-137 ft to shut off
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. blue clay, pumping level 50+ ft but less than 60 ft; temp. 75"F, 6-7-57
758-204-2 ----- do ------- SWkSWk sec. 12 ---- 80 3 21 85/15/1 7 6- 7-57------------ r
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
758-204-3 Hilleborough County NWkSWk sec. 12 1951 438 6-4 200 -----------------43 8-1----- ------- Supplies 500-student school
Bd. of Public Intr. T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
758-204-4 Fletcher Lett SWkgS1, sec. 11 1953 530 8---------------------- 37.9 9-16-58 ------------ -r Water level reported about 30 ft below
T. 29 S., R. 22 i. surface in 1953, pump set at 50 ft
758-207-1 Walton Brothers SWtk 'sec. 8 .... 40 3 19 130 ------------ 3.1 1-24-58- --------U
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 2.2 2- 5-58 .5 3- 5-58
.4 3-31-58
3.0 5- 8-58
3.8 6- 5-58
2.9 7- 3-58
758-208-1 S. B. Wilson SWkSWk see. 7 1954 140 2- 80 ................. 34 5- -54 15 6- 7-58 D PracticaLly no water above 134 ft;
T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 3 cemp. 76"F, 6-7-57
758-208-2 L. J. Prosser NWhNsh sec. 7 1946 450 12- 140 ------------ 52.6 3-18-58 ----- ....... -r Water level 35 ft when drilled
T. 29 S., R. 22 E.
758-212-1 Adolph Crosby SW7'kMl sec. 9 1935 145 4 43 77 300/ 22.1 1-28-57 --- ------- R Water kills crops, ie unfit for drinkT. 29 8., R. 21 X. ing, well is in pit 12 ft deep, about 10 gpm of swam water drains Into well, 5-foot cavity from 140-145 ft
758-216-1 T. Mannasseri NWlhW see, 11 1953 99 3 64 25/4 39 9-23-50 ..... .......-D W-2266
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.




Table 10.-Counlnued
C1 ali waer lvl bIhlorde conten
Yield sar" Well Owner 1oatonhro .
758-316-2 Shirley Lewis Hwkszk sec. 11 1951 120 3 6 ..... 10/8 52 5- 9-51 14 5926-58 P W-2437
T. 29 S,, R, 20 3.
758-216-3 Super Test Oil Co. owk8ak sec. 2 1952 182 3 8 ..... 20/4 49 1-28-52 20 5-27-58 D W-2568
T. 29 S., t, 20 E.
758-217-1 J, L, Dodd 5k~NUk sec, 10 1950 116 3 50 ..................42 12- 6-50 16 5-26-58 D W-2302
T. 29 S., R, 20 1,
758-217-2 Williams Dairy 5AWk see, 10 1950 188 6 79 ..... 125/5 20 10.20-50 7 7-28-58 D W-2299
T. 29 S, R. 20 S.
758-219-1 Harding. Masonry 4kS1k sec. 9 1956 93 4 ..... 55 21 5- -56 16 5.27-58 1 5 feet of chert at bottom of well
Products Co. T. 29 8 R. 20 8.
00 758-219-2 Raymond Hill 1SklHk sec. 8 1950 90 3 64 10/2 13 I1- 2-50 ............ D V-2283
T. 29 8., R. 20 E.
758-219-3 W4. R. Lunsford HNkSWk sec. 8 L957 101 2 75 ................. 12 6- 1-57 18 6-18-57 D,8 Cavity from 89-101 ft, well buried
T. 29 S,, R. 20 S. under concrete slab 758-220-1 W. R. Harris NWkNWk aee, 8 1947 137 4 ..........-............ 15.9 6-18-57 15 6-18-57 2
T. 29 S.,R 20 B.
758-220-2 ........ do ........ HWNWk sec. 8 1941 65 2 ----- ----- ------------ 12.6 6-18-57 ............ U
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
758-220-3 H. 0. Reeves SAMb1i sec. 5 1957 260 6-4 148 ----------------- 37.8 1-24-57 18 6-18-57 D
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
758-221-1 A. R. Lott HWklWk sec. 7 --- 139 3 40 18 ------------ .2 6-18-56 ----- ....... U
T. 29 S., R. 20 3.
758-222-1 Larry Suarez SAM sec. 11 1957 555 6-4 84 ----------------- 15.4 9-17-58 ---- ------- U W-4282, well abandoned when City water
Construction Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 3. mains were installed never used 758-223-1 Gus Feagle aHHM sec. 10 .-.- 160 4 --- 44.7 ------------ 19.7 4-15-58 6 8-18-58 D
T. 29 S., R. 19 E.
758-224-1 Garden of Memories SEShNk eec. 9 1927 700 8 .-----.----------------------------- 10 8-L8-58 Zr
Cemetery T. 29 S., R. 19 3.




Table 10. --Continued
Cag Water level Chloride coten
7.58-224-2 aerdeei of! Memories SB kH8 sec. 9 197 7810 | 73 53.4 32.8 |9-17-59---------------Z
euseary T. 29 8. a., 19 1.
758-225-1 0. 3. Ferrants SW&SW sec. 8 --- 14 3- 21.6--- ...........---8-----------------T. 299S., a. 198,.
758-226-1 Blue Chip Cafe 8D 88 see, 7 --- 1 3 3 51-----------------------T. 29 8., R. 198E.
T. 29 SY, a. 198. 75-26- LcyCozam E Loksc.ti7 1955 13 3- 10 4.-- -----3 10 8-15-58s
I. 29lo. 19! ,
758-226-4 city of Temopa SN HW see. 7 1910 73 101ormerly municipal supply well C t T. 29 8., R. 19 8. 758-227-2 Duvel Funral Home HSlgSk sec.. ,128 13 16 -3 676 51.8- ------------3 4-20-53 2- 8-14-8 Z -2920
T. 29 5., R. 18 .,
758-227-3 Hler Whpes SSkSE% sec. 12 1949 122 3 82 41..-------------30..5-23-49. 14. 8-14-58. r. FomrydmsiDupy bnoe
T. 29 S., R. 18. because of high iron content of water 758-227-4 J. V. Cuegl ardo H k ssc. 12 15 14 4 11 60--------------- ------- - 58-T. 29 S., R, 18 E,
758-227-5 Puriy Spngs NEkWk ee. 12 1958 45 4- 105 75. ---- 2---30 4-16-58. 44 4-10-58 TD etwlsplywl 5-2at~er Cm, T, 29 5., R. 18 2il is 30 ft east of test well
758-227-6 Dig Darn Food NS kSE sec. 1 191 1 4 36- ------------- 2-13-51 ---------------- i2588
Market nc,, T. 29 8., R. 18 ,
758-227-7 Buffalo Avenue SEkSEk sec. 1 1950 55 8- 82 -------------3 9-132---- 4---Baptiset: Church T. 29 8., a. 18 .
758-228-1 0. A. MoOinnW s SW3H5 sec. 11 1950 17 -3 102 -------------1 56-28-50 38 4-11-58 Ir Waterl contai m suh an
T. 29 B., R. 18 S.bcueo ihirncnetoae 756-227-4 .P ualad BN k sec. 12 195 145 4, Il ----0... ...- ... ....
T. 29 S., R. 18 S.
758-229-6------------------S8~WS see. 10 1951 16 4 236----- --------------6.6 2-10-58---------------D W-58
T. 29 S.,R. 188,.




Table 10.- .Coe;alud
_______ -1 t9 ,
Wll Owe.r 40 i gamu/ddtsus ,
___ __ __ ___--II 11 i t if __
71.330 1. I, Ciecarslo lSAWA sec. 10 192 91 ..... ........... 4 1957 13 1.11-57 0 Vell t belAWd
7. 29 1., R. 1i I.
751-230o2 The brden Co, mmW8S Inc, 9 1943 512 10 56 31 300 13. 9-185 ............ W.766, CLoy It. U.S. Amry 16,
1. 293J,, I3. 103. Old Amy 14, ell Is pluued i2d iaadoned 9-1-58
751-230-3 City of Tamps mlak see. 9 .... 436 10 141 29.5 500/23 13.5 1942 149 4- -42 0 V-49, City 4, U.S. Amy 4
1, 29 1., 18 I.
758-231-1 ........ da ........ WNk*JW soc. 9 1942 508 10 93 500/6 14 1942 22 5- -42 1 V-690, City 5, U.S. Army 5
Tr, 29 S1., It. 18 L,
7M231-2 ------ -do ........ kUl sc. 8 1943 502 10 99 27.9 360/1 14.7 9- 4-43 ------- P 9-411, City 12, U.1. Ay 12.
1, 29 A., 183 Old Army 15
758-231-3 ........ do ......... .S saC. 8 192 513 10 134 ..... 425/5 14 10- 1-42 44 10- -42 0 V.693, City 6, U.S. Army 6,
T. 29 5., I. 18 3. Old Army 8, water salty after pumpLag 250 Spa for 5 days
758-231-4 ........ do ........ ..RWS1 sac. 8 1942 312 10 20. -------------------....... 76 $- -42 V Wg8-191, City 1, U.S. Amy I
T. 9 S., R. 183.
758-231-5 ........ do ........ W see. 8 1942 309 10 21.1 ......................... 72 5. -42 a W$i-192, City 2, U.S. Army 2
T. 29 1., R. 18 Z.
758-231-6 ----- do ......... ... lUWt see. 1 1942 221 6 23 23.4 300 10 6-23-42 51 5- -42 E :-688,City 3, U.S. Army 3
T. 29 S., R. 18 3.
758-231-7 ........ do ......... 5Vg1 sac. 9 1942 511 10 101 ... 500/8 11 1942 -... ....... 1- City 10, U.S. Amy I0
T. 29 S., R. 18 3.
759-203-1 R. L. Crocker WhtIZl sc. 1 1940 265 6-4 140 ----------------- 22 1940. -............ r At depth 0-140 ft meter eme was IS ft
T. 29 S., It. 22 S. below lad Amurfac; 140-200 ft water livi ias 40 ft; 200-265 fE twatr Imavl
was 22 fEt
759-211-1 L. C. Griffin SWSR se. 34 1946 452 8. 105.9 700 35.7 1-11-57 ............
T. 28 S., R. 213.




Table 10.-Continued
CAs ng Vaer level Chlorida content
wail Owner Location a ed 0Tii
an4. gp/dd/hrs 96~
1*~ ~ tt __6 a__ B ~ I!a__759-211-2 T. C. Alred NW k k sec. 2 1957 30 4 15 250 5 1957e------------ -r lemp. 79%, 6-6-57
T. 29 S., R. 21 S.
759-215-1 F. R. Ennis SVkNEk sec. I ....-------6- 60.5-------------40--------- ------- 0 U.S. Engineering Dept.400
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
759-216-1 Walter Killian SkNEk sec. 2 1951 96 3 75------------------22 1-22-51 14 5-26-58 0 W-2354
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
759-219-1 Erwin Perkins RkNEIk sec. 5 1957 137 4 a1------------------- 2- -57 13 6-1157 Ir
T. 29 S., R. 20 E.
759-220-1 A. T. Flowers SEhSWJg sec. 31 ---- 40 3 20---------------2.1 6-18-57-------------- Well covered by fill, September 1958
T. 28 S., R. 20 E.
759-220-2 W. C. Pound SEk31M sic. 6 1956 158 4 85------------------55 1-16-56 8 8-20-58 0.3
T. 29 S., R. 20 S.
759-221-1 C. D. Shifflett WkNkM sec. I .. 190 4 -.30---------------4.6 6-13-57 21 8-20-53 U ater contains much H2S
T. 28 S., R. 191.
759-222-1 East Side Water Co. NkNWk seec. 2 1956 338 6 83 30 400 12 7-30-56 15 S- 1-56 p V-3996, supplies East Lake Park T. 29 S., R. 19 3. subdivision 759-222-2 ----- do .------- NWNW sec. 2 1957 537 10 105 31 1,200/6/8 9.9 9417-58------------ Vae: level 10.7 ft below top of
T. 29 S.. R. 19 10-inch coupling which is 1.2 ft above ground, 4-15-58
759-222-3 Pik'n Pak Discount NE1ekNk sec. 2 1958 215 6 56 40 150/2/2 15.6 9-17-58-------------City T. 29 S., R. 19 S.
759-222-4 C. 0. Shifflett IASVA sec. 2 1953 129 3 72 30 100/21 13 2--5------------- Water contains lees 12S than nearby
T. 28 6., R. 19 Wells (reported) 759-224-1 F. 0. Perez SVkS3E sec. 33 1957 120 4 50 58.9 10/15 25.2 7- 9-57 S 7-11-57 0 Principal vater-bearing zone at 53 ft
T. 28,8., R. 19 S.
759-224-2 V. Aldermen NhkNsE sec, 4 1957 154 3-2 79-----.------------30 1957 6 8-18-58 0
T. 29 S., R. 19 3.




Table 10. -Co9$Puad
Cooin Water level blorlda ongal
1 1 1 8pm/ddlhr lene11a
Well~al ava 3o1,o 1 ab I I V_ 31 1 _ _
_______ME .__ -, 1i A_ ____ hi A_ I. A_
759.226-1 Von Neoan and S1ier 8tS3W'n sec. 31 1953 353 ..... ............ 32 3- 2-53 . W-2922, drains 40 gps from &if condi1. 29 1., it. 19 3, tioner
759-226-2 ........ do ........ 811;S% seec 31 1950 256 6-4 140 54.8 ............ 27 7-21-50 D
T, 29 S., A. 19 Z.
759-226.3 Roelum Bakers Inc. "?AM3J seec, 6 1947 620 6 110 65.6 ............ 35 6-10-47 31 4-15-58 Zr W-1504, 10 hp Jc pump set at 45 ft
T. 291., $1. 19 2. lose prime when not throttled, normal pump Ing level 35 ft below surface
759-226-4 Mrs. Crook S1AiX% sec, 6 1955 165 3 4 ............ 23 6-15-55 14 8-15-58 D
T. 29 1., 1. 19 3.
759-226-5 Yraids Inc. akVu3! sec, 6 1954 116 3 ..... 100/34 24 9- 7-54 5 1-22-57 3 W-3341
1. 29 S., R. 19 3.
759-227-1 Hillsborough County SW c(M sec. 1 1952 163 6 55 49.1 100 32. 6- 9-52 23 8-14-56 Zr T-3029
Id. of Publi ZInstr. T. 29 5., R. 18 3.
759-227-2 Purity Springs Water SWtak sec. 1 1958 240 16 31 600/15/30 9.5 4-15-58 135 8-14-58 P
Co. T. 29 1., 1. 18 S. 12
759-227-3 J. H. Davis ,I sec. 6 1955 152 3 ..... 20/3 27 1- 6-55 ..... ....... I W-3418
T. 29 S., R 193S.
759-229-1 N. P. ussell WSIMc sec. 34 .... 70 2 40-- -- ---......................... 36 1-10-58 D Supplies Stan's Drive-in Restaurant and
T. 28 S., R. 18 2. mussel Piping Contractors
759-229-2 Florida State HNkIWA sec, 3 1945 367 6 93 36 ............ 17.4 1-10-58 ------.... o-- el. yielded 5a50*7 water, abandoned
Theaters Inc. T. 29 5., A. 18 E. 17.4 2- 5-58 14.3 3- 5-58
16.2 3-31-58
17.0 5- 7-58
18.2 6- 5-38
16.4 9-17-58
759-231-1 CIty of Telao S'Ngz ec. 5 2943 515 10 80 29 300 14.5 7-11-43 ---- ----------P 1-8OO, City L4., U.1. Army 14, Old Amy I6
T. 29 S., R. IS E.
759-231-2 -------- do --------- SMNc sec. 5 1942 478 10 121 28.6 550/1 12 0-23-42 30 0-25-42 P V-694, City 9, U.S. Axmy 9
T. 29 S., R. 181 .
759-231-3 ........ do -------- e sec. 5 1942 208 10 87 430/6 10.5 9-10-42 44 LO- -42 p V-691, Mity 8, .S.A-my 8,
T. 29 S., R. 18 E. Old Army 6




Table 10. --Continued
Casing Wate level Chlorie content
04 Yield 14
1ell Ovaer Location Rm a ikd
6 ~ ~ .i~ gpu/dd/hra ..
a 0. W B
759-231-4 City of Tampa WkHW7 sec. 4 1943 500 12 74 28.3 350/2 133 8- 3-43 76 S- -42 P W-802, City 15, U.S. Army 15,
T. 29 S., R. 18E. o14 Army 18 759-231-5 ----- do ------- nkek aec. 5 1942 511 10 112 29.7 425/6 16.4 9-30-42 16 6-12-58 'P -692, City 7, U.S. Army 7
T. 29 S., R. 18 E.
759-231-6 d ------ V .S ., eec. 5 1943 501 12 84 32.8 350/0.5 18 8-18-43------------ P W-803, City 16. U.S. Army 19
T. 29S8.,R, 183.,
759-231-7 ........ do ........ -- -S sec. 5 1943 337 10 94 28.3 ------------14.5 7-23-43------------ P W-801, City 13, U.S. Army 13,
T. 29 6., R. 18 E. Old Amy, 17 759-231-8 Alterman Transport SWhSW% sc. 32 1955 182 4 93 42 1. 5- 2-55 27 4-25-58 0 W-3515
Line, Inc. T. 28 8., R. 17 E.
759-233-1 Webb and Gibbons SWkSWk sec. 36 131 6 9..... 9------------------------175 9-26-57 Temp. 75*F, 8-13-58; flown into pond
as Trustee T. 28 S., R. 17 Z. through underground te in casing.
759-233-2 Marco Penn WN kM% sce. 1 .... 100 4-------------------------+2.4 9-26-57 128 8-12-58 D Temp. 76'%, 8-12-58; flows continuously
T. 29 S., R. 17 E. :-nto fish pond, water sold A Penn 759-235-1------------------- SUM ac. 3 1957 200 f---------------------------------------2,220 8-12-58 U mineral Health Water
T. 29 8., R. 17 E. Temp 7071, 8-12-58 759-235-2 John Meeker HiNEM sce. 3 1957 107 2 30-------------------7 1957 1,200 1 2-58 D
T. 29 S., R. 17 !.
800-207-1 City of Plant City SWkSFk sec. 29 1958 650 16- 213 129 1,050/39/24 44.4 3-17-58 12 3-18-58 P 9-4621, City 4 T. 28 S., R. 22 E. 12
800-208-1 L. B. and 1. D. 8kVWk saec. 29 1946 599 8 ----------------------------------------------Rusaell T. 28 S., R. 22 3.
800-208-2 Shirriff-Horsey Corp. SIkSh seec 29 1945 499 12 ..... .....- 500 29 3--------------T. 28 8., 9. 22 1.
800-208-3 ......... do ------- SWkSWk sec. 29 1946 692 12 110- 1800/19 28 2----------------I Temp. 80%?, 3-5-57; while pumping
T. 28 S., R. 22 3. !2,300 gpm 800-208-4 --------- do----- SWkSW seec. 29 1946 782 12 110 1,100/19 28 1946--------------ls size decreases from 16 inches to
T. 28 ., R. 22 E. 12 inches at 235 it




Table MO -C&atia.d
_____CA_ a asg 1aie level hiorld CUM94e1 M 1 Yield j
el, a, ]L~o.tt'on ,. j, Ipm/dd/hrs %o,4
500-208.5 Shtrrliff.Hors y Corl SkS sec. JO 1955 736 16 113 .... ..... .......
T. 28 S., R. 22 1,
00-21L-I V. L. Epps MwkS ee. 27 1950 20 2 20 .... 50 7 2. -5 ....... Ir Several similar wells on property
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.
800-214-1 A. R. Dukes S, SEk sec. 30 1949 185 4 8513 -4 ....... r Pump loses prime when pumped at 600 8pm
?. 28 S,, 1. 21 3. for several days 800-214-2 ........ do ........ ..SV1Zk sec. 30 1951 9 4 50 ................. 17 1951 ..... ....... Ir Pimping level below 25 ft after
T. 28 S. 1. 21 1. 10 minutes pimping 400 om 800-214-3 Dukes and MOssberg SE 40 sec. 30 1935 153 ..... 800/3.5/1 +-5 1935 ....... Zr
T. 28 S., 9. 21 5.
800-220-1 J. Vanderburg 912% sac. 31 .... 100 4 ....-- - -............. +2 6-17-57--- --- ....... -r.U flows about 30 Spm
-T. 28 S., 3. 20 E.
800-220-2 R. 0. Tuggle 8UONZ'I sec. 31 1935 204 4------------ .......... -..-.....-----........... Ir Flows interiitCently, Water contains
T. 28 S., R. 20 Z. much Iron and M25 800-220-3 Z. M. WbLits I14S3. sec. 31 1955 48 3 30 ----------------- +2.9 6-18-57 ------- S Supplies fish hatchery, wall bottom
T. 28 S., R. 20 Z. at top of rock, always flows 800-224-1 Del Rio Estates SSEt sec. 28 1957 375 8 144 - 450/17 6.8 9-29-SC ------------ U
T. 28 S., R 19 Z.
800-224-2 Del Rio Utility Co. iUIkU sec. 33 --- 200 6 ----------.------------ 9.1 6-17-58 .....---------P Standby well 15 hp electric and ausilary
T. 28 S., R. 19 X. gasoline powered centrifugal pump 800-224-3 ----- do ------- SEkSZ sec. 28 --- 190 4 98 ----------------------........------------ P Regularly pimps 400 p, 7.5 bp electric
T. 28 S., R. 19 S. centrifugal pump 800-227-L Charles Gains SWi,'i sec. 30 1957 192 3 93 51.9 ------------ 36 0-24-57 ------------T. 285., R. 19 .
800-227-2 SemLnole Heights SBASAk sec. 36 1957 616 6 86 40.7 90/3.5 22 10-30-57 ------------Methodist Church T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
800-227-3 ----- do ------- SE sec. 36 1957 729 6-4 -- 41 r ---------.......-------- R -4467, constant water disposal well,
T. 28 S., 18 E. salt water encountered at 725 ft depth




Table 1O.--Continuad
Casing Hater level Chloride. content
_ a &0 Ad
-4 0h
I e0 0 A Y e l d I m r ~
Well Omer Location hRemark
____~ _______r CH 0 .- i
u "
A a
800-227-4 Sortie McCord 4ZktMk sec. 36 1955 202 4 105 51.1-------------36.5 U-14-55------------ D w-3713, well buried 2.5 fc below land
T. 28 S., R. 18 S. surface
800-227-5 American Legion S!kSHk sec. 25 1956 130 4 55- 50/5 17 7- 3-56------------ D W-3977
Foot III T. 28 S., R. 18 Z.
800-227-6 D. Garcia SWk .sec. 30 1950 183 4 42 44.5 20- ----- ------- W-2274, plugged and abandoned
T. 28 S., R. 19 !.
800-227-7 Thelma Farmer SWkHWk sec. 36 1938 192 2---------------------- .7 6-10-58-------------0 Supplies fish pond
T. 28 S., R. 18 !.
800-227-8 Purity Springs Water SWk~kI see. 36 1927 134 12- 60-----------------------------------------P Wall flavs when not pumped, pumping
Co. T. 28 8., R. 18 E. 6 level 15 ft below surface when pumping
Lii 500 gpm continuously (.1 800-228-1 0. B. Dempsey H!kJcW sec. 35 1957 113 4 6.-----.-------------14 -57 14 6- 6-58 D water contains much U28 and iron
T. 28 S., R. 18! .
800-228 -2 Tampa police Pistol NSkNWk sec. 35 .. 125 3-------------------------7.2 6 658------------ U
Club T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
800-230-1 Robert Jones SEtsEk sec. 28 1947 110 2------------------------12 23 6-11-58 D
T. 28 S., R. 18 !.
800-230-2 1. S. Whealton M3M4Ek sec. 33 1924 125 2---------------------- ---- ------- 23 6-11-58 D ell formerly supplied several houses
T. 28 S., R. 18 E. in area
800-230-3 0. W. Shepard N!1k ac. 33 1950 300 4 64 ----- -------------20 6-11-58-----.--------U Surface caved in and well filled with
T. 28 S., R. 185E. 30 ft of sand at depth of 80 ft with 40 ft of casing, water level dropped
from 12 to 20 ft below surface when
casing was driven to 64 ft to shut off
sand
800-233-1 H. C. Williams HM*SEk sec. 25 1955 200 2 170----------------------------------13 8-12-58 D ell supplies dairy and 2 houses
T. 28 S., R. 17 !.
800-234-1 L. 8. Robles SWkN sec. 35 1900 135 4 40-------------------3.2 1- 7-58 371 1- 7-58 U Temp. 73F. 8-12-58
T. 28 8., R. 17 8.




Y10we 10, ,Con; 4r level b
V* |O n r Loa ton Y vIm r
f ~ ipa/dd/hrs
800-135-1 g, L, LHayman 1VecWIV sec. 27 .... 125 4 42 0.0 1- 7-58 45 1- 7-58 8
1, 288,, ,. 17 9,
o0-204-1 1, V, Ackerman 9I1Irwk sec. 23 t923 25 4 20 ..... 3.7 5-14-58 Ir
T. 28 S., 22 Z.
801-206-1 J, P, Park NWPk sec. 27 .... 749 12 150 720/1.5/1 50.2 5-15-58 Ir
T. 28 S., It. 22 2.
801,206-2 Plant City Vlding WW% see. 27 1951 234 6 80. 200 2.9 5-23-58 ............ D W-2491
and Tank Co. T, 28 S., R. 22 E.
801-207-1 City of Plant City S1V N% see. 29 1908 340 10- 260 128 500 33 1912 ....... U Formerly City 1, U.S. Engr. Dept. 401,
T. 28 1., R. 22 S. 8 H-23 In WSP 773-C, water level 36.9 ft below top of pump bass which was led on
9-21-34, caaing rusted out, plugged and
abandoned 1941
801-207-2 ........ do .--------- I1W seec 28 L927 367 16- 280 128 1,500/5/cnt. 39 1-20-34 14 8-22-58 P V-30, U.S. Znr. Dept. 492, City 2,
T. 281., R.221. 12 formerly City 3, H-25 in ViP 773-C, 28 ., It.22 .watert level 0 t in 1927
801-207-3 -------- do ........ 8 e sec. 28 1943 488 12- 40 128.5-........... 38 7- -43 .....----------U W-793, formerly City 4, water polluted,
T. 28 S., 1. 22 E. 10 plugged and abandoned
801-207-4 ..... do -------- SWk sec. 29 1947 760 12 105 133.8 1,200/8 42 1947 -- -------- i-382, City 3, pumps continuously at
T. 28 S., 1. 22 E. 1,200 Spi
801-207-5 ........ do ........ SR sec. 28 1914 637 16 160 132 500 40 1914 14 8-22-58 P City I, formerly City 2, H-24 in
T. 28 5., R. 22 5. VIP 773-C
801-208-I Dudzinski Ngkft sec. 30 1950 87 43 ------------------38 5- -50 ----- --------- W-2186
T. 28 S., R. 22 3.
801-211-i Olin Dukes K4lkNak sec. 28 --- 254 6 78 95--------------18.7 1-10-57 --- -------- Never 10aa prime When pumped at 300 Spi
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. with centrifugal pump
801-212-1 Fred Gortner SUZNlW% see, 28 1951 108 3 70 5/2 32 1951 ----- ------- D W-2471
T. 28 1.,. 21 9.
801-213-I C. Farris 8.N2Zk see. 29 1943 250 8 60 75.4-------------5 1- 9-57 ------------ U
T. 28 ., R. 21 Z.




Table 10.--,ontLnued
Casing Water level Chloride content
VOlwner Iocaton 8 pm/dd/hro 'U Remarl
801-213-2 C. Fere I3Izk1 seec. 29 1943 55 8 55---------------------- --------.....--------U Well was drilled in sinkhole, abandoned
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. at 55 ft in muck and sand
801-213-4 C. S. Dye NIV Wk seec. 29 1951 123 4 81 120/8 10 7-28-51 -------------Zr W-2470
T; 28 S., R. 21 Z.
801-213-5 D. D. Hull MWgS5k me. 29 1942 402 8 60------------------30 1942 -------------r
T. 28 8., R. 21 E.
801-213-6 M. R. Colline U8'EkW sce. 20 .... 89 3 72.5-------------14 1- 9-57 ------------ U
T. 28 8., R. 21 E.
801-213-7 W. S. irkland, Or. SWkNWk see. 21 .... 90 2--------------------------7.9 1-22-57 ------------ U
T. 28 ., R. 21 8.
801-213-8 ------ do -------- 5WgW seec. 21 ---- 100 4 65 76.2 500/6 8 1-22-57 ------- Ir ft north of 801-213-7
'T. 28 S., R. 21 5.
801-213-9 R. 0. LaBroad WkNWk sce. 28 .... 193 4 110----------------------------------------- -r
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.
801-213-10 T. B. Purvis SV4NWIW oe. 20 1945 119 6 71.1 250 17.6 2-11-57 ------- Zr
T. 28 ., R. 21 E.
801-213-11 City of Tampa ORSIS, sce. 20 1957 750 4 74 69.4-------------3.5 2-28-57 -------------0 W-4260, City teat well 3, deepened
T. 28 S., R. 21 S. 1.3 3-10-57 from 523 to 750 ft July 1957, flown
1.5 5- 3-57 intermittently
1.6 8- 3-57
801-213-12 ------ do ........ --S-k sa. 20 1957 84 4 0 68.2 ------------ 9.2 3-13-57 -------------U Sinkhole formed around well, samples
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. discarded, abandoned, no City number aeigned
801-213-13 ----- do ------- NASA sec. 20 1957 345 4 64 68.2 -------------7.6 5- 3-57 ------------ 0 W-4259, City teat well 2
T. 28 S., R. 21 8. 8 5-16-57 7.3 10- 1-58
801-213-15 ........ do ........ ckSek sc. 20 1957 417 16 69 69.3 2,200/26.6/ .6 3- 5-57 9 3-25-57 0 W-4261, City well A; flows intermittently
T. 28 S., R. 21 S. 3.1
801-213-16 ------ do -------H-N31 see. 20 1957 250 4 49 73.9--------------6.8 5- 3-57 ------------ 0 W-4262. City teat well 4
T. 288., I. 21 5.




able ,o0,-.CoAt.n~ud
Cagli tl Wtr level h id. cun tile!
Wat oar&c anYield :+ I s i4h ~narLocaioIA ap./dd/hra
801-213-17 City of Tampa NZ51k sec. 20 1957 310 4 0 70 ....... ......... .... W-4258, City tet well 51 abandoned
T. 25 S., R, 21 at 310 ft in clayey sand 801-2L3-18 ........ do ........ NgklI3 eec. 20 1957 80 4 0 ........................ 0 No City number ieigned, driller could
T, 28 S., R. 21 S. not came off broken chart, abandoned 801-213-19 ........ do ........ Nl3k8z sac. 20 1957 400 4 78 72,9 ............ 3.5 3-.57 W-4265, City teat well 6
T. 28 S., R. 21 S.
801-213-20 ........ do ........ NZ11Sk sec. 20 1957 400 4 39 71,7 ............ 3.5 4-31-57 ....... 0 W-1264, City test well SA
T. 26 S., R. 21 Z. 3.3 5- 3-57 3 8- 3-57
801-213-21 ........ do ........ -- -V see. 20 1957 256 4 92 74.7 ............ 5.2 5- 3-57 ............ 0 W-4269, City test well 8
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.
801-213-22 .. d... do .......----- Sk se. 20 1957 800 16 72 74.1 ........................ .6 5- 757 0 W-4268, City teat well B
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
801-213-23 ........ do ........ - -- see. 20 1957 256 4 86 70.5 ............ 6.5 5 3-57- ... ....... 0 W-4270, City tesl well 7
T. 28 S., a. 21 S.
801-214-1 0. H. Griffin FWNW sec. 29 1938 180 0 130 ..... -............ 6 7-30-57- .....------- U Well formerly drelned a pond in which
T. 28 S., R. 21 S. it was drilled 801-214-2 ----- do ------- SW ? sec. 29 1935 175 6 46 ..... -........... 7.8 7-29-58 ------------ U Caing partially obstructed at 13 ft
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.
801-214-3 ----- do ------- SW. eec. 29 1906 110 6 9.----- ------------ ------ -........ ..... ------- r Well in center of Gallagher Road, pump
T. 28 S., R. 21 3. La 45. ft east of well 801-214-4 D. L. NevuoeoNw NZkN3k ee. 30 1906 450 6 110 ----------------- 5 1929 ------------ r Well deepened from 225 to 450 ft
T. 288., R. 21 E. in 1929 801-214-5 ----- do ------- 1c c S 4 uec. 30 1946 105 4 58 ---------------------------------------. r
T. 28 S.,R 21 S.
801-214-6 C. Z. AllchAin NZkMig sec. 30 .-- 140 4 ..... .... .......... .... .. .... ..... .......- r
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
801-217-1 S. A. Rittar SEltNk seec. 22 1951 110 3 73 15/1 31 S- 7-51 ..... ....... W-2493
T. 28 S,, R. 20 3.




Table 10.--Continued
Casing Water level Chloride content
I. 4 ah W
' i" ,-, # Yield Wel Owe Loato Remark&
u pu/dd/hre ---oA
801-223-1 J. D. Lockaby N~ s eec. 26 1956 235 6 57- 100 24 10- 6-56- -------- Water level 25.6 ft below top of 6-inch
T. 28 S., R. 19 E. casing which is 0.5 ft above surface, 11-7-56
801-223-2 Her-chel Homes, Inc. SFNWlk sec. 27 1956 266 6 72- 400 20.5 5-10-56 26 6-12-58 P W-4070
T. 28 S., R. 19 R.
801-223-3 City of Temple NWkHW sec. 26 1956 465 12 97- 600/60 30 5-30-56------------ P W-3970, City 3
Terrace T. 28 S., R. 19 E.
801-224-1 K. M. Collins lNWkNZ~k sec. 21 1946 90 2---------------------- 21.5 11- 7-56 16 7-56 D
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.
801-226-1 City of Tampa SEkNW k seec 30 1924 375 6p----- -----------------10 10-21-57------------ U Formerly supplied Hamilton Heights
T. 28 S., R. 19 E. subdivision
801-226-2 I. T, Hirsch S5INHW sec. 30 1953 52 2 32------------------25------------------0 Pump sucks air through drop pipe at
T. 28 ., R. 19 E. 30 ft below surface when Sulphur Springs pool in lowered
801-227-1 Paul Schwartz NWkSW sec. 19 ---- 315 8-6 31.2-------------21.4 2- 3-58------------ 0 Well in pit 18 ft below surface
T. 28 S., R. 19 E.
801-227-2 Sulphur Springs SAWHk seec 30 1923 315 8 80-------------------0 9-29-58--------------0 Water is reported to be mild laxative
Tourist Club T. 28 S., R. 19 E.
801-227-3 Paul Schwarts Wkalk sec. 19 .... 930 8 300 31.5 200/9 17.4 1-24-58 4,876 7-12-58 0 Formerly used as disposal well for
T. 28 S., R. 19 E. cooling water of ice plant
801-227-4 Cit of Tampa S5N1 sic. 25 1918 200 4 30------------------17.4 9-29-58 3,550 8-19-58 U Temp. 78%P, 8-19-58; well drilled in
T. 28 S., R. 18 X. original "Sulphur Spring" which dried
up when well began to flow; well has
long been referred to as "Sulphur
Spring"; water from 400 ft deep well
6 ft west of this well wes too salty to
be palatable and was plugged and
abandoned
801-227-5 Ingalls Hardware NS~I5) see. 24 .... 48 .----- -----.--------------21.9 1-1658-------------U
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
801-228-1 City of Tampa NES% seec. 23 .... 375 6 35.3------------ 18.7 6- 6-58-U Well is obstructed at 185 ft. formerly
T. 28 8., R. 18 s. supplied "El Portal" subdivision




Table 10,,COeWlawd
Lo water level blonds Can.
WlOmrYield a
Well ounr Lora, J"i 'i g ,,., m /dd/hrelj i~ 2.1 Ui ] t
601-328.2 Purity $print Water &AIR% sa, 36 .... 300 ..... 500 P Referred to as Orleans Avenue well
Co. T.28 1,#, I a
801-329-1 ........ do ........ 091SZI sec. 22 t956 255 12 L- 50/52/30 12 1956 9 3-15.56 F W,3859, referred to as Armena Avenue
T, 261 ., t. 18 5. well 801-2338-1 Henry Hunt S31M sec. 19 .... 8 84 ..... 160 0 ....... 1,450 8-11-58 Ir Well is burled 3 ft deep
T. 28 6., 1. 17 9.
801-238-2 2. Liguori Uolwk see. 19 1957 76 4 65 ................. +2 9-20-57 1,780 0- 2-57 D Most of water cam n at 1-ft cavity
T, 28 6,, R. 17 X. at bottom of well 802-209-1 Fred Collins KHkNgk seec 24 1937 143 6 100 ................. 15 1957 ....... U
T. 28 S., 1. 21 2.
802-209-2 d........ ...Sksk sec. 13 1938 212 65 800/3.5/1 12 1938 ....... U
T. 28 S., 1.21 E.
802-209-3 0. Webster HAltfk sec. 24 1954 119 4 52 ................. 24 1954 ----....... D
T. 28 S., R. 21 Z.
802-210-1 A. F. Griffin SzkI)Vk see. 15 1935 473 3 60 165/11 16 L0- -..... .. . r Top of casing 2 ft below surface,
T. 28 S., R. 21 Z. deepened frm 135 to 473 ft in 1956 802-210-2 Russell Rabin SEdjI see.c 13 1935 480 8 65.- ............. 25 1935 .......... .. Zr
T. 28 S., R. 21 S.
802-210-3 d... do .......h----- eec. 24 1935 452 6 60. ............. 25 1935 .....- .. U
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.
802-210-4 Hilleboro County SlFI Sec. 15 1944 108 3 60 ................ 11 1944 ..... ..... D Serves school of 550 pupils
1d. of Public Inatr. T. 28 S., Rt. 21 X.
802-210-5 A. F. Griffin SUN3? sce. 15 1956 128 4 69 102 ------------.16.2 2-19-56 .....- ---- r Water level reported 16 ft below land
T. 28 G., R. 21 E. surface, 9-1-56 802-211-1 Charles Forbes SWSWk seec. 14 1950 165 4 65 .................13 1950 ..... - .r Irrigate& 3 acres
T. 28 S., R. 21 S.
802-212-1 A. H. Fritzka gkI seec. 22 1930 150 6 60 .................10 ........................ .r
T. 28 S., R. 21 3.




Table lO.--Contiued
Casing -Water level Chloride content
*0 .-.5.
Wal Owner Location Yieldimrk
802-213-1 A. H. Fritzke NWA seec 21 1931 125 4 65 76.3 400 8.3 1 2-57-------------- Zr IrrLgates 10 acres, pump is on con
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. header with 802-213-2 which is 20 ft
south
802-213-2 ------ do ------- 51tkNh sec. 21 1931 450 6 130 77 ............ 9 1- 2-57------------ -r Dravdb n excessive after pumping several
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. days
802-213-3 Harold Fry SUMkSL sec. 17 --.- 100 5 73.9 -------------8 2-57----- ------- -r
T. 28S., R. 21E.
802-213-4 City of Tampa MNAH~ sec. 20 1957 450 4- 208 74.5 --------------5.5 5- 3-57---------------0 W-4263, City well 1, sand filled well
T. 28 S., R. 21 E,2 while drilling 150-190 ft, cased off with 21-inch liner from 20 to 208 ft,
78.4 ft of 4-inch casing, altitude at
0top of 4-inch casing 74.1 ft 802-214-1 H. Hopkins HNWS0 sec. 18 1945 75 6 60.----- --------------3 5-16-58------------ -r
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
802-215-1 B. C. Cook and Son SFASZk sec. 13 1920 450 100 55 ------------ 1.7 1-23-57 ------- U Well formerly drained swamp, used
T. 28 S., R. 20 1. occasionally for irrigating grove, large cavity reported at bottom
802-215-2 A. J. Walker SWAMAt sec. 18 350 6 46.7 -------------3.8 1-23-57------------ -r Measured depth 171 ft, yell flows
T. 28 S.. R. 20 z. .9 5-31-57 intermittently, reportedly spouted 5 ft .1 9-30-58 above top of casing in about 1930 802-217-1 L. V. Lee h hAN sec. 22 1945 746 12 96 111.8 1,000 84.5 11-18-56------------ 0
T. 28 S., R. 20 S.
802-222-1 City of Temple SWmHZ sec. 17 1925 364 8---------------------- 34.2 11- 6-56- ------- U Former supply well for Temple Terrace,
Terrace T. 28 S., K. 19 R. water trickles through break in casing approximately 15 ft below top of casing,
abandoned
802-223-1 ------ do ------- HW %NW; sec. 23 1954 480 10 93- 700/12 47 1954 26 6-12-58 P W-3208, City 2
T. 28 S., R. 19 3.
802-223-2 ........ do ........ -Hlb sec. 15 1958 510 12 1191---............ 58 1958 14 31258 P W-4614, City 4
T. 28 S., R. 19 c.




leble 30.--Censiawed
Codinag W46at level Chloride Guan i
VPl ," ,,m/d4.......
02 23'3 ity of Temp le N zk 3 % seec. 5 958 248 6 15 6 5 ............ 48 L-10- d U Tea c w l l, to norl hme od 802-2 23. 2,
Tlrril T.38 $. It29 | 'O er Level lower'ed 10 Ii hnn 802-223-2 wag drilled, water level
63.4 It when 802:223-2 i. pumped at
510 spm for I hr, 10 min
602-225-1 Joeeph Ichlito SWV seec. 17 1940 510 10 40 ................. 400 9-17-42 U Army' well 1, for flenderean PLeLd,
rawing Co. 1. 28 5., 3. 18 3. ,reactivated as supply for construction o. Schlitz growing Co., L957'
802-225-2 ........ do ........ S!SU seec. 17 1957 691 14- 249 43.9 570/32/4 20.3 9-L-57 191 7- 8-57 'ZI QuaLity unsatisfacory Bar coolLng
1. 28 S., 19 10 puw'poees 8I 602-227-1 David Hope MN k sec. 3 1947 57 2 21 ............... 16.7 5-28-58 101 8-42 0D Cavity 52-5T It
T. 28 S., R. 18 X.
802-227-2 Ralph Vorsley MIIShfk sec. 16 1946 45 4 42 33.5 5/15 26 L946 -.......... 11 W-1447'
1. 28 S., R. 19S.
802-227-3 Hillsborough County S'wig sec. 24 1956 336 6 .....-.. 125/3.5 20.3 3-24-56 -- ------- -r Solt water in cavty 31a-336 It,,
ad. of Public Ineir. T. 28 1., A. IS Z. plugged back to 297' ft to cut off malt 802-227-4 X. mmer 5VAlgM sec. 24 1951 115 6-----.----- ------------ 20 12-20-51 1,185 U-20-5, r? Salty water, abandoned
T. 28 S., i. 18E.
802-227-5 ........ do ........ SW sac. 24 19 1 268 4 ----- .-- ------------ 22 10-29-5I ...------- L- Salty water, abandoned,. 60 ft north
T. 28 S., R. 18 t. of S 02-227-4 802-230-1 Kr. Thomicins SLMVX sec. 21 1941 381 4 100--500 '18 1949 ------ -T. 28 S.,. 18Z.
802-231-1 runner's Dairy lklNZ sec. 17 1943 125 4 60 47.4 SO/ 10.3 9- -57 14 1-19-57 i rWater levil 14 ft in 1950,, yield T. 28 S., R. 18 9. d'c ceaect c 17' SI= 1950, abandoned 802-231-2 ------ do -------f. f sec. 17 1950 255 4 200 80 14 1950 -----, 60 t- northeast t( 80o-Z31-1
T. 28 S., R. 18O.
802-231-3 ------- do------- NZ SA sec. 17 1956 645 a 72 500/5 15 9-22-56 ..... ..---T. 28 S.,a. 18 9.




Table i0.--Cn mnued
Casing W after level d2&orlde conteint
' 0Z'.. Yilzd ". ,m
802-2.32-1 John Modrigutz NW see. 19 195.......0----- .3 35 4U1-7I l er: contains much. feo,
T. 28 S., 18
802-233-1 S.4. Carm Sr. sec. 13 1 T. 28 S.t R. 18 Z *. f
802-234-1 Hi(lo "Thoms USgk see. 14 ....e 115e 4& ---- 12m --------- a-95 1 -95 DAs ee
T. 28 S., R. 18 Z late wh. is 0..3 ft abv Ipaaund:
802-234-2 Louis Marsnco MkJ see. 14 197 9 0--------- -05 592 7D Temp. 7SeF. 9-20-57
T. 28 S., R. 17
802-235-1 S. E. Eckert MUZtg sec. 22 1955 10 3 58 1 0 .8 9-23-57 5 0 T. 27S., R. 17 E.
802-236-1 J Keys S~kM sec. 21 9 ---- 115--4-- 13 9-19-57 15 9-19-57 lows fresh wat n vy 60-6 ft ,
T. 28 S., R. 17 8. sulphur watec at 70 ft dep4h. ater i 1:levl rose progresively wit:h deFt,:h 802-238-1 L. u. Freeno 6S.w see. 19 7 87 4 603. 2 .-20-57 1,2'1, 11-26-56 wall flows
T. 28 S., R. 17 .ttently, caped 802-238-2 -....... do ------h- SEtMhg sec. 19 19 .3 4 2 - -. -6e. 73915 11-27-96,
T. 28 S., R. 17 3.
802-238-3 Suni e Park Race Nwk sec. 18 2 3.28 98 2,0-- 8 --------------5 19-34 155, 8- 7-58 71ev, from 3,255, ct, ,268 ft In,
Track 7. 28 S., R. 17 S. 1926-, strong, va7 1 ado;p ct.usted, off, belv srace, wrer ovs fm paet
spritng or sand bol"; known, as R, V.
19111s OL odamwl," well'
802-238-4 Sunshine Developm1nt emn 4S sec. 19 2 .6 .. 11275 10 811-56 Temp. 72', -2-5, weila o1er
Corp. T. 28 S., R. 17 X. o cumi whtc i.s c fpt above Is&
803-204-1 J. H Cons - SW sec. 12 1946 04 ------------------------------------ 0at0r level epote 22 em .n 73, we
T. 28 S., R. 22 is i pit to allv use of centrfugal
802-205-3 --n----- doa --ace-- SW see. 1i 194.23 8 84 2.000 1 3 5-19-34 --42t to grease y.eld of
T. 28 S., 7. 22 3. cen6trfugal cu arp
803-203-2 N. Osborne ni Son SWd51l, sec. 15 1956 5 e 76 82 veil ov over top T. 28 S.. R. 223. c a




Table 10.--Contnued
Cain g Water level Chloride content
Well Owner Location V ' w id/hrs Iarks t e o.-. Iuba.-e~ La
.9 Oa 1 -: a___ jA' a __ __A
803-207-1 Joe McIntosh MWlmk sec. B 1945 385 6 60 107------------ 9.5 5-14-55-------------r
T. 28 S., R. 22 E.
803-207-2 ----- do -------- SEk.8 sec. 8 1940 68 6 29.----- 2 5---------------.... r Flows intermittently, LrrLates 10 acres
T. 28 S., R. 22 Z.
803-210-1 J. T. Holbrook SEnkE sec. 11 1939 35 1k 23------------------4.7 2-19-56------------ U
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
803-210-2 0. L. Brovning NWSEk sec. 12 1947 225 6 55 102--------------14 12-19-56-------------r
T. 28 S.. R. 21 1.
803-210-3 J. T. Holbrook SENE% seac. 11 ... 15 2k---------------------- 9.1 12-19-56---------------u
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
803-210-4 ------- do ........ c.ZN14 sec. 11 1940 37 lk 35-------------------7.5 12-19-56----- .......-U
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
803-210-5 ------ do ........ ENEA sec. 11 1947 55 2------------ ............- 1954 .....----------,S
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
803-210-6 ........ do ........ EN E sec. 11 1951 129 3 5 100/10/i a 1951 12 12-19-56 0
T. 28 S., R. 21 1.
803-210-7 ------ do ........ ENEk sec. 11 1945 86 2 50--....--------------------....... --... ..----T. 28 S.. R. 21 E.
803-210- ........ do ........ ---E-- tc. 11 195- QP 2 11-------------------9.7 12-19-56 .....----------r Mesured depth 53 ft
T. 28 S_, R. 21 E.
803-211-1 1. A. May. NEIAV see. 11 193 500 0 7r- --- -- ............ 20 1913----------------r
T. 28 S., F. 21 t.
803-21&-1 J. R. Alden SEINW set, 7 19:0 ill .. . .2 12 1950. ...0 W-2158
503-219-1 C, M, Simpson RAM~tl see. a i957 110 3 30................27 5-23-58 5 7-30-50 D
T. 28 S.. a. 21 1.
003-222-1 S. A. Proctor RA~SA, Sec. I 94 i3 2 ..... ..... .............U 19. 15
7. 8 7, .19 E.




Table 10.--Continukd
Casing V Water level Chloride co tent
-0 .0 low a 1W Yed A
Well Owuer Location of a t aM YldV I z
2. al-a a ~ .
803-228-1 Lee Dentzer HWk seac. 14 947 160 a8---------- 460 18 L947 ------------ P Cavity 156-L60 ft
T. 28 S., t. 18 E.
803-230-1 Bob Derso SWSWk sec. 4 1954 120 1 66 .....-------------6 LI- -54 ,-------T. 28 S., f. IS E.
803-231-1 burners Dairy NEkNWk sec. 17 1954 235 4 60 80 10 1954 ------------D ,
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
803-231-2 ----- do -------- SwkHw sec. 17 1957 613 8 475 38.3 500/5 10 8-29-57 -------------Zr
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
803-231-3 eamargo Dairy NWkS8,k see. 8 1957 250 3 38 ------------------9 6- -5 .....--------- 0,S
T. 28 5., R. ISE.
803-232-1 W. J. Mullineau NWNWk seec. 18 1955 100 2 86 34 ------------- 7.5 9-20-57 15 U-22-57 U
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
803-232-2 B. C. Jackson SWkNWk sec. 7 1954 60 2 50 36.2 -------------2.8 9-13-57 13 L1-19-57 0,5
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
803-232-3 R. T. Tamargo SWkgNZ see. 7 1947 105 3 45 -----------------17 1947 S
T. 28 5., t. 18E. I 803-232-4 ------ do -------- SWkA sec. 7 1953 203 4 75 -----------------21 .2 -53 .....---------S
T. 28 S., ft. 18 .
803-233-2 Dennis Rip& NANA3 see. 13 1956 87 3 75 35.1 -------------6.9 9-13-57 r
T. 28 S., ft. 17 E.
803-234-1 Katy Jones )nk. sec. 11 1957 130 4 98 _------------- 9.1 9. 557----- ------- D
T. 28 S t. 17 E.
803-238-I Sunsiaine Park MV k e. sea. 7 6---------- 300 290 12 5-56 D,5 Supplies all water for racetrack
Raceway Assn. T. 28 S., ft. 17 E. service, livestock and house, 7,500 Sal pressure tank
803-238-2 Charlie Diet nk8?jk sec. 7 1956 87 4 18.2-------------+1.4 U- 5-56 13 I- 5-56 D,S Flows Lotermittently, temp. 72*7,
T. 28 $., ft. 17 E. 3-4-58 804-206-1 1. L. Dame SAS~k sec. 4 1952 434 6 66 112 ------------ 10.3 5-13-58 ------------ Ir Water Level 15 ft when drilled
T. 28 S., ft. 22 E.




Table 40,.-Contlnued
CasI~ iilwager lekvel Chloride cgoteal i l, W vLEh,.
Well Owner Lotation [ '.~ ~~ p/dhs ~g uSers
804-207-1 H. C. Carlton NKN! W Mac, 5 1950 425 6 73 107 ............ 5.......... U Water level 12,8 ft on 11-18-56 below
T. 28 S., A, 22 Z. lop 6L-nCh casing which ts 0.3 It above surface, measured depth 416 It,
50 ft west of well used to irrigate
field
804-208-1 ........ do ......... NFMk see. 5 1934 60 4..... ..... 400 4 1940. ............. U
T. 28 S., A. 22 8.
804-214-1 C. B. Smith 1kSwk sec. 6 .... 180 3 145 ................. 3.6.... ....... Ir
T. 28 S., R. 21 E.
804-214-2 J. B. Todd NV8NEh sec. 7 1951 144 ..... 120/7 6 1951..... ....... Zr W-2382
T. 28 S., R. 21 8.
804-215-1 H. and R. Maguire SANE1k sec. 13 1957 275 6 80..................5.4 5-16-58.............. U Drilled to drain adjacent pond, pond
T. 28 S., R. 21 E. level not high enough in many years to drain into well
804-217-1 J. J. LolLo NWkSW sec. 3 1953 102 3 72 50 i 1953 4 8-21-58 D W-2921 T. 28 S., R. 20 E.
804-219-1 Mr. Williams SWk N~ see. 5 1947 135 2 84 ..................35 226-47...............0 Driller reports chart "boulders"
T. 28 S., R. 20 E. caused 3 other wells in circular depression to be abandoned; this well
drilled on periphery of depression,
no "boulders" encountered
804-220-1 S. A. Cruise SWNFhI sec. 6 1951 90 2 .-----.----------------------------------------- Chart at 78 fc, cavity from 89.6 ft
T. 28 S.. R. 20 Et to unknown depth 804-225-1 Harold PlevLn SW1kNk sec. 5 1946 79 2 .-----.-----.-------------13.5 L. 7-56- ------- U Measured depth 56.2 ft
T. 27 5, R. 19 Z.
804-227-1 Murray Schultz NWkSWk sec. 1 1940 850 12.-----.------------------12 1951 .------------ r
T. 28 S., R. 18E.
804-229-1 Murray Schlin WkgNWk sec. 3 1951 562 12 80 -----------------19.3 6-11-58 8 7-30-58 Zr lumping level 25-28 ft when pumped at
T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 17.4 73058 1,000 gpin continuously 17.1 9-25-58
804-232-1 T. J. Smith .ZOHWA sec. 6 .... 50 2 48 --.--- 5.1 9-12-57 77 1-22-57 U
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.




Table LO.--ContLnued
Casing j Water level Chloride aonten
Vell Owner Location 104 OW ed % Rauef a 4I a a ~ gm/dd/rs a ~ *9 AL
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~d wef Z E1 e _____804-232-2 W. K. Joyner HWkH~k sec. 7 ---- 46 3 --- -- ------ 4.1 9- 5-57 ---- U Obstruction at 9 ft
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
804-234-1 A. Kajander HENEk sec. 11 90 2 60 43.2-------------15.8 9-19-57 14 9-19-57 S Waters 3,000 chickens
T. 28 S., R. 171.
804-235-1 Stephan Hosyorosy SANEU sec. 3 1947 194 8 50 450 15 11- 5-56 ------- 0 Well failed to yield sufficient quantity
T. 28 S., R. 17 E. of water after lake was drained into well for some time.
805-208-1 L. A. Carlton HMESW sec. 32 1956 14 tk 12 ----- ------------ 5.7 12- 6-56 6 12- 6-58 D
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.
805-209-1 3. H. Chapman SEkcZk sec. 36 1957 525 8 117 ------------ 23.4 5-15-58- ------- Zr
T. 27 S., R. 21 1.
805-213-1 A. H. Plees S3&HWk sec. 33 1940 596 12 105 74.3 1,000/17/1 6.5 5-15-58 ------------ Zr Water level 8.5 ft below surface 1940;
T. 27 S., R. 21 S. pumping level 25+ but less than 28 ft when pumping 1,000 pm
805-213-2 ........ do --------- NES sec. 32 ---- 606 4 128 ----- ------------ 8 18 5-15-58
T. 27 S., R. 21 S.
805-215-1 H. and R. Mc~uire NWNZ% sec. 13 1947 715 8 70 ----- -------------15 1947----------------Zr Well is in pit 15 ft deep
T. 28 S., R. 21 S.
805-218-1 ll1am Fink H3IcWk sec. 33 ..- 82 2h 38 ------------ 8.6 5-28-58------------ U
T. 27 5., R. 20 E.
805-220-1 J. McDonald NSWtWk sec. 31 -.-- 17 1k ---------- ------------ 5.4 6- 6-58- -------2. 27 S., R. 20 3.
805-220-2 Buck Guy H1ItSwk sec, 31 1957 86 2 50 ------------------5.5 1957-------------U H28 odor
T. 27 S., a. 20 S.
805-227-1 Paul Bearse SW SWk sec. 36 ---- 399 12 85 49 1,500/7 5.6 6-11-58 12 6-11-58 Zr
T. 27 S., R.' 18 S.
805-228-1 Tampa Bay 3apist NWHIk sec. 35 1947 102 3 87 50/12 6 1947 .....---------- W-1400
Assembly T. 27 B., R. 18 S.
805-229-1 Mre, 0. D. Bowis HZ'hS3 sec. 34 193 611 12 ----- ----- ------------ 11.1 6-11-58- ------- U
T. 27 S., R. 18 S.




Table 10.,--oncinu4
casinh Wete level bloride stinlen
Well Ownser Location Yi ged/r ea
805-230-1 W. Ra KNklIk sec. 33 1937 180 ..... ............ 1 9.17.57 16 6-15 U Well obscruced at 22 ft
T, 27 8, g. 18 1.
805-2JO-2 J. V. Klepper NlHlkk sec, 5 L949 80 ................. ...... D
T. 28 8., R. 18 1.
805-231-1 W. L. Youngblood SWkSWk see. 32 1956 368 4 100 54 .............i8 5......... ....... Ir Water level 14.6 ft below top of seal
T. 27 8., 18 which is 0.6 ft above land surface, 9-5-57
805-231-2 Z. E. Sabin Nl..SWk see. 32 1955 93 2..... ................. ..... ....... ..... ........
T. 27 S., R. 18 1.
805-231-3 Turner's Dairy Inc. NWkiiNk sec. 5 L957 223 6 71 53 ............ 12.4 9-12-57 15 U-19-57 U
T. 28 S., R. 18 E.
805-232-1 R. 0. ScallIns SWkSIW sec. 30 1957 56 2 50 48 ............ 8.3 9-12-57--- --- ....... U Water contains much iron
T. 27 S,, t. 18 .
805-232-2 S. J. Shaw SW?%SWk sec. 31 1953 83 t-----.-----.-------------16 1953 .....-------D S Well is burled
T. 27 S., R. 18 1.
805-232-3 ........ do ........ SWkSWg sec. 30 1958 83 2 60 50 ------------ 10.7 9-25-58----- .......-U
T. 27 5., R. .8 E.
805-234-1 Lee Blount SWJcSWlc sec. 35 1950 86 3 52 .....-...............- -...... 1-27-56 D Temp. 71"P, 11-27-56
T. 27 5., R. 173.
805-234-2 C. H. Hobley SF,,cNEl sec. 35 1957 99 2 .-----.-----.---------------------........ -....... D
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
805-234-3 J. W. Barber SAJ8MJ sec. 35 1940 179 4 40 ..... -..........13.6 9- 3-57 ------------ U
To 27 S., R. 17 S. (?)
805-234-4 ------ do ------- SEtSA sac. 35 .--- 60 3------------ ............- ------.......-....... -,S
T. 27 S., R. 17 .
805-234-5 C. W. Walker SWkNlk sec. 35 1939 65 2 62----- ------------17.9 8-29-57-------------T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
805-235-1 City of St. Peters- HWkMNW sec. 34 1930 340 12 80- 1,500/8 9 1930 9 1-16-32 U W-131 PLnellas Water Co. 1, formerly
burg T, 27 S., R. 17 E. City 1, casing collapsed, sealed end abandoned 194 well I 3is o
present tL. Pe ers urg 11 805-235-)o




Table 1O.--Continued
Casing 30 Water level Chloride content
V. 4 Yiel
a 0emrk
Well Owner Location %U d W 0% 1 3 4 & p/dd/hra K. g
805-235-2 City of St. Peters- MURW see. 34 1930 305 12 65- 1,100/12 9 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-123, City 2, yields 700 Spm regularly
burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
805-235-3 ----- do -------- NkNWk sec. 34 1941 300 12---------------------------------------------- 0 City .B, about 150 ft east of 805-235-1
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
805-235-4 ------ do ------- NW1kWk sec. 34 1941 345 12 105- 1,000/8 12-15 ------------ ------- P W-240, City 1 or 1C, yields 800 8pm
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. regularly
805-235-5 ------ do ------- NM sec. 34 1946 332 12 130 ----------------------------------------- U City 17, yield Insufficient, abandoned
T. 27 8., R. 17 8.
805-235-6 ------ do ------- NNA sec. 34 1946 315 12- 149----------------------------------------- U City 17a, practically no water yielded
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 10 003 hra. test in 1946, abandoned 805-235-7 Sugene Weaver S8AS8lc see. 34 1930 100 2---------- ------------15 1- -5 -------------0 House to be built over well
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.
805-237-1 Florida Palm Nursery 81SkSA se. 32 1956 280 8 68- 500/10/3 5.9. 2- 5-58 11 11-27-56 Ir Temp. 746%8 11-27-56
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
806-204-1 Ledley Wear 8?WS7'k sec. 26 40 4---------------------------------- 8 62157 S
T. 27 8., R. 22 8.
806-217-1 Charles Eberly SWkWS seec. 22 1936 590 8 38 ------------ 4.6 5-28-58------------ U
T. 27 8., R. 20 8.
806-225-1 Angelo Alfiero SWkSW seec. 20 1957 285 4 172 100/6 17.5 1- -57 6 8-21-58 0,8 W-4181 T. 27 8., R. 19 Z.
806-227-1 R. J, Forkel H8AIfWk sec. 25 1946 300 6---------------------- 9.8 6-12-58-------------r
T. 27 S., R. 18 8.
806-228-1 Alice Kam NWk81 sec. 26 1958 120 2 95 ------------------4.9 6-11-58 15 6-11-58
T. 27 8., R. 18 8.
806-230-1 A. r. Zambito NWkSW7% sec. 27 1957 75 2 42 -----------------10.2 9-17-57 14 11-19-57 D Water contains much iron
T. 27 8. R. 18 R.
806-232-1 C. 8. Armstrong SAMN8Pg sec. 30 -.. 90 2 56 ------------ 2.8 9-12-57---------U Well collapsed at 40 ft, abandoned
T. 27 S., R. 18 X.




Table 10,..Conlinwed
C46 all wiar level Chlorsd a untea
Weil owner Location ,. h Recrk
..- i Ism a Am
806-232-2 Leo French WS54l ac. 19 1950 63 4 .-. 52 ............ 7.6 9-24-57 13 1-19-57 U Water polluted, abandoned
T. 273,, 1, t 18.
006-233-1 W. 1. Meyor& SWkNz% see. 25 .... 90 2 .... 47 ............ 9.1 9- 5-57 ........... D
T. 27 S,, R. 1i 5.
806-233-2 Mrs. T. Richards SWkW% sec. 25 1956 1053 ................ ...........
T. 27 5., R. 17 1.
806-233-3 I. T. Burrell SVkSWk sec. 24 1937 106 2 51.3 ............ 4.7 9- 5-57 ..... ........U Pumped 1-inch of sand in 5 gal container
T. 27 S, ,R. 17 !. of water, in 1942, at total depth of 89 ft deepened to 106 ft in 19431 3-ft
diameter hole 8 ft deep formed around
casing, v1l capped
806-234-1 City of St. Peters- MljN~k snc. 26 1930 350 16 107 54.9 ------------35.3 1-15-- ..... -.......U W-124, Pinelles Water Co. 7, formerly
burg T. 27 5., R. 17 E. City 7, abandoned 1942, 75 ft northwest of 806-234-2
506-234-2 ........ do ........ WkW% see. 26 1942 324 12 135 54 1,050/9 20 1942 ------------- P Wgi-313, City 7 or 7A, yields 550 Spm
T. 27 .,. R. 17 E. regularly
806-234-3 ------- do -------- NhNk eec. 26 1930 345 12 52 54 1,100/11 14 1930 8 1-15-32 P W-133, City 8, altitude of water surface
T. 27 S., R. 17 1. (static), 23.0 ft above mel 11-12-57, altitude of water surface (pumping)
12.7 ft above mi 9-30-57
806-234-4 ------ do -------- SWSlk see. 23 1930 270 16 60 53 700/17 12.5 1930 ..... ...... P 11-130, City 10, Pinelles Water Co. 10
T. 27 6., R. 17 S. ()
806-234-5 David Allen S3,kS1k see. 23 ... 217 Iz- 55 ------------ 21.5 9- 5-57 ------------ Pitcher pump fails to pump when 806-234-4
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. is pumping 806-234-6 V. Z. Clemons SWhNFk sec. 26 --- 100 2 .-----.-----.------------------------------------ D
T. 27 S., R. 17 5.
806-234-7 W. A. Bartholomew SlzNEk sec. 26 1948 98 2 49.3 ............17.5 9-13-57 15 11-22-57 U Nearby well 160 ft deep yielded muddy
T. 27 S., R 17 S. water, well unsatisfactory
806-234-8 James Walker NESzWk sec, 26 1957 109 3 75----- ------------29 6- -57 ----- ------T. 27 S., R. 17 3.
806-234-9 RaleLgh Allen NWkSWk see. 26 1946 l8 2----- ----------------- 25.5 11-15-57 9 9-27-57 D Water level 13 ft when drilled
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.




Table 10.--Continued
Well- oS Per Latn 9 37Casing Water level Chloride content 8ear Tw 27 Spm/dd/hre .4
u I.-~ 11 I ma W AlS .1
806-234-10 Handon Groves Nwk8ks sec. 26 1934 63 2 50. ------------ 11.2 8-25-57 ----- ------- -U
T. 27 1., R. 17 3.
806-235-1 City of St. Peters- SWklk see. 27 1930 354 12 79 33.7 700/26 11 1930 ------- U W-118, Pinellae Water Co. 3, City 3
burg T. 27 S., R. 17E. originally, 250 ft west of 8 06-235-6 806-235-2 ----- do ------- NWkSEk seec. 27 1930 345 12 65 49 1,100/10 11 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-120, City 4, yields 700 5pm regularly
T. 27 S., R. 17 S.
806-235-3 ----- do --------. NSSk sec. 27 1930 350 12 89 49 1,100/9 11 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-132, City 5. yields 700 gp regularly
T. 27 8., R. 17 2.
806-235-4 ----- do --------11g.N1k eec. 27 1930 297 12 61 47.3 1,100/15 11.5 1930 9 1-16-32 U W-134, Pinellee Water Co. 8, formerly
T. 27 8., R. 171. City 6, yielded sandy water, abandoned 1942. 75 ft eouth of 806-235-12
806-235-5 ........ do ........ NkSEk seec. 27 1930 318 12 96 54 1,400/10 16 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-128, City 9, formerly City 9A, yields
T. 27 S., R. 17H. 775 5pm regularly 806-235-6 ------ do ------- SWkSEk sec. 27 1942 335 12 122 45.5 1,100/8 15 1942-------------P Wgi-312, City 3 or 3A yields 700 S pMn
T. 27 8., R. 171. regularly 806-235-7 ------- do ........ NWkszk sec. 27 1952 310 20- 72- 900/5 23.5 4--------------- P W-2614, City 20, yields 700 gpm regularly
T, 27 8., R. 171. 12
806-235-8 ------ do ------- 1 eksk seec 27 1952 320 20- 80 888/20.2 20.9 4----------------P W1-207, City 21, yields 700 gpo regularly
T. 27 8., R. 171. 12
806-235-9 d ........ do ----------81 k sec. 27 1946 300 12 100 ----- ------------ ----- ------- ....... P City 16, yields 500-550 gpm regularly
T. 27 5., R. 17 S.
806-235-10 --- ------- SkSEk sec. 27 1946-------------------------------------------------------------P City 18, yields 700 gpo regularly
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
806-235-11 -.....d----------klk see, 27 1948 312 12 115---------------------------------------------..P City 19, yields 700 gpo regularly
T. 278S., R. 17 E.
806-235-12 d----------IkN~k see. 27 1941 333 12 84 48 1,005/9 10-------------------------P 51-241, City GA, yields 700 gpo regularly
Te 27 S., R 17 E.
806-235-13 J. L. Smith 81k81k eec, 22 ---- 97 3 68 51---------------16---------------------T.,278S,Rt. 178,.




Table 10. s-Cotltaid
Water tevul Chloride cu ntsn
1 4
W e l l O w n e r L o c a t i o n I m / d d l re b a .
806-235.14 City of St. Peters- NZkN1; sac. 27 1945 330 12 128 ................. ...... U City 14, abandoned
burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E,
806-235-15 ........ do ........ N kec see. 27 .... 298 12 125 ........................-- --- ------ --...... P city 15
T. 27 S,, R, 17 1.
806-236-1 Ray birch SWkH3k sec. 28 1957 152 6 111 38 .............10 9-27-57 IS 9-27-57 0,
T. 27 1., R, 17 8. Ir 806-238-1 W. W. Leaving MESwkk lec. 19 .... 160 3 33 ............-- .6 9-18-57 Ir
T, 27 S., R, 17 E.
807-204-1 W, A. Albricton S3kNEk sec. 23 1943 21 2 21-................. 8 1943 5 6-21-57 Ir Water found in cavity under hardpan
T. 27 S., R. 228S.
807-208-1. A. Pastrinostro SWkSWk see. 18 1936 45 3 36 86 ............. 3 1936 .... ........ Zr Irrigates 10-acre truck farm
T. 27 8., R. 22 S.
807-209-1 ........ do ........ SWkSWk sec. 18 1936 45 3 36................. 4.9 12- 6-56 LL 12- 6-56 U Rock at 25 ft, cavity from 30-45 ft
T. 27 8., R. 22 E.
807-213-1 A. H. Pleas HW'SEk sc. 17 .... 335 8 54.2 1,000 4 5-15-58 ------------ Zr
T. 27 S. R. 21 E.
807-218-1 V. J. Kiehi, Trustee NkSgk seec. 16 .... 950 O- 47 ------------ 2.4 1-27-58 10 7-30-58 T R. E. Skinner I Bessie Martin
T. 27 S., R. 20 E. 8
807-218-2 ........ do ........ -- seec. 16 .... 780 8-6 47 ------------ 4 1-27-58- ... ....... T R. S3 Skinner IA or 2, Besase Martin.
T. 27 S., R. 20 E. Partially blocked at 7 ft depth 807-215-3 ------ do ........ kSEk sec. 16 --- 57 3 36 47 ............ 1.8 1-27-58 - ------- -U
T. 27 8., R 20 E.
807-226-1 Gilbert Tucker SwkSEk saec. 18 .... 240 8 65.2 -------------7 6-12-58 20 6-12-58 Zr
T. 27 8., R. 19 E.
807-230-1 ........ do --------- SESW sec. 16 .... 93 2 ----- 61 ------------ 5.5 9-17-57 20 11-19-57 U
T. 27 S., R. 18 E.
807-230-2 City of St. Peters- SWkNEk seec 21 1953 300 20- 142 1,529/30 9 1953 ------------ U City 27 or 13A
burg T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 12




Table 10.--Contlnued
casing e rWater level Chlorie contain
Ai .44 4
5~~~~~6 Zors wel Vs1 tv o 0-3* 47,., 4476.
T, ~%. q7 INP. I,
Wll Owner Location 1.-s 0e %.2 uW/dhr a 3 + V Reaks
.. 27eJ, .. 83 e..1
807-230-3 City of St. Peters- S~gSFg sec. 21 1930 362 12 57.8 500/25------- -------------- 0 W-143, City 13, Wor 773-C 8-3, U.S.G.S.
burg T., 271B.,R. 188S. observation wall 8-13 807-232-1 R. L. White tNl S~k sac. 19 1957 85 2 57 58----------------7.8 9-25-57 10 1l-19-57 D
T. 27 S. R. 18 S.
807-233-1 C. W. Seigler .. kalS sec. 24 1956 103 4 1- 511 ............ -8.5 9-24-57 ----- ------- or
T. 27 S., R. 17 S.
807-234-1 City of St. Peters- NZSZ sec. 23 1929 299 12 56 56.6 1,100/8.5 33.7 9-24-58 9 1-15-32 U W-100, Cosine test well 1. City 12, total
burg T. 279B., R. 178E. hardness 143, 9-11-30, altitude of water surface (static) 26.2 ft above mel 11-12-57
at 180 ft depth water level wae 17 ft,
no appreciable drawdown after pumping for
6 hours, wall is 10 ft west of 807-234-3
807-234-2 ----d----------SWkShk sec. 23 1930 300 16 76 59 525/25 18 1930----------------1V City 11, well never connected to main
T. 271S., R. 17!E.
807-234-3 ----d----------Ntk9Ek see. 23' 1952 300 20- 88--872/28 23 1952-------------p W-2615, City 22 or 12A; altitude of water
T. 278B., R. 17 S. 12 surface above mel (static) 32 ft 9-2-57;
pumping,5.6 ft 11-12-57
807-234-4 ----do --- SWhNfl eec. 23 1953 354 20- 168--717/31/12 21 1953----------------P W-3080, City 23, teeing cemented to top
T.,279S., R. 17!S. 12
807-234-5 -.....d----------WkNZt see. 23 1953 357 20- 162--949/14 21 1953----------------p W-3082, City 24, casing cemented to top
T. 278S,,R. 171z. 12
807-234-6 ----d----------?YkNZk sec. 23 1953 350 20- 159 l-,3A4/30 21 1953----------------p ou-mai, City 25, casing cemented to top
T. 27 S., R. 17!E. 12
807-234-7 -.....do---------14Wht4Z sec. 23 1953 260 20 96 ----- ------------ --------------------- ----...u W-3079, City 25A, originally 26, plugged
2. 278,., R. 17 E. and abandoned, pumpe ukadmd 807-234-8 -.....do----------SWkS see. 14 1956 300 none--61-------------- ----- -----------------------U W-4117, City 26, cored to 300 ft, plugged
2. 279S., R. 17!E. end abandoned, no casing left in hole
807-234-9 -.....do--------8SWk8Ek sac. 14 1956 300 none -.. s5s .........------- ----- ---- ---- U W-4118, City 27, cored to 300 ft, plugged
T. 279S.,!R. 178E. and abandoned, no casing left in hole




Table 0, -?ContaoiI,
Casing jWater level Ihlord a goatee T~hie18,-,. Yieldo
U-. I -.- r -..
Well Owner Location Ohr 1"Ald ;'ike
I__ __ __ __ __ irI/dd/hra j m uhA___ ___ _-al .5 a
807.234-10 City of St. Peters- Wikt seec., 14 1956 34 ............ W-415, City 28, plugged and abandoned
burl T. 27 1., A. 17 1.
807-234-11 R, X. Carpenter WIBW% see. 23 1955 79 2 V............ Is 955 7 9-13-57 0
T, 27 S., R. 17 1.
807-234-12 1. D. Warner NWkNWk sec. 23 1946 85 2 65 ................. 16 ......... ....... Reported water level 21 ft. 11-15-56
T. 27 5., 1. 17 1.
807-234-13 City of St. Peters- wkk eec. 14 1956 152 ..... ..... .............................U City 28A. plugged and abandoned, no
burg T, 27 5., R. 17 S. casing in hole 807-235-1 J. A. Lowe r itkIk eec. 22 1954 93 3 72 46. .............16.2 9-17-57 110 1- 7-58 D
T. 27 S., R. 17 X.
807-235-2 Elmer Tucker XlOWk see. 22 1957 100 2 ............ .. ... .. --T, 275S., R. 171E.
807-236-1 W. LeevLne 2IIISWk eec. 21 1956 455 12 120 46 ............ 14.7 9-18-57 .......-Zr
T. 27 S., R. 17 1.
807-236-2 ........ do ........ Wkt see. 21 1956 405 L2 120 49 ------------ 15.9 9-18-57 ..... --------Zr
T. 27 S., R. 17 R.
807-236-3 -------- do ........ e.ANk sec. 21 1942 255 6 80 46 ............ 16.8 9-18-57 7 7-30-58 D Well wse pumped 5 minutes before
T. 275S., R. L7 3. measuring
807-236-4 ------ do --------. WNk sec. 21 1947 120 3 80 48 ------------ 15.6 9-18-57 .......-U
T. 27 S., R. 171Z.
807-236-5 R. H. Elves 811?kSW sec. 16 1940 87 2 42 ------------ 10 1940 ------- D Water has high iron content
T. 27 ., R. 17 R.
807-236-6 Milton Raybon SWkSW% see. 16 1956 79 2 4--- 40 -------------10.1 9-18-57- ------- Water highly colored, tastes like lake
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. water
807-237-1 J. A. Day N31SWkk seo. 17 --- 60 3 .......... -................. .......- 16 9-25-57 D
T. 27 S., R. 17 1.
807-237-2 W. W. Leavine SWkW% ncee. 20 1956 00i 3 ----- 34 ------------ 5.9 9-19-57---------U
T. 27 8., R. 17 1.
807-238-1 ------ do ------- SWk see. 19 --- 38 12 10- ................-10.8 9-18-57 ------- Zr
T. 27 S.,R. 171. E.




Table 10.--Continued
casing Water level Chloride cantent
Yield
Vail OerLocation &ma 8md/ha erks
808-203-1 Ledaly Wear S'kgNV sec. 13 1943 112 2 110-------------- 4.8 7- 8-57- --------T. 27 S., R. 22 S.
808-204-1 Albert Chestnut MtN~kiNJ sec. 14 14 11 11 105------------ 3 7-18-57 6 6-21-57 D
T. 27 S., R. 22 8.
808-208-1 C. L. Whiteside RM8tV sac. 18 -..- 18 2 ---80----------------6 1954-------- ----...D
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.
808-208-2 ----- do ------- SW 1 1c. 18 337 4 60 80------------ 18 ....... 18 7-28-58 Ir WSP 773-C, 20, irrigates 10 acres
T. 27 .,! 22 8.
808-208-3 ........ do ........ HW S sc. 18 ..-. 237 4 83 so---------- 8.1 3- 7-34 ------------ -r WSP 773-C, 19, irrigates 5 acres
T. 27 S., R. 22 E.
808-214&1 V., L. Reagan NZkN8k sec. 18 1955 90 3 56------------------8 1955 10 6-21-57 D,8
T. 27 S., R. 21 E.
808-214-2 State of Florida SZkSk sec. 7 1954 185 6-4 123 72/9/8 7.8 7-29-58 21 6- 3-58 D W-2439, Hillsborough River State Park T. 27 S., R. 21 8. camping area supply 808-226-1 Billy. Pilley SEk1NZ sec. 18 1956 440 8 94 62.8 435/15/4 6.7 6-12-58 ------------ -r Reported water level 11 ft when drilled
T. 27 S., R. 19 1.
808-227-1 Hillaborough County NhHSWk sec. 12 1955 381 6 70 100/5/1 5.5 1955 8 6-21-57 D W-3428, Lute School, water contains much
Bd. of Public Instr. T. 27 8.8 R. 18 E. iron and is highly colored 808-227-2 Lutz Baptist Church SWkNW sec. 13 1954 138 3 102 ----- ------------.---------------------- -D W-3378
T. 27 S., R. 18 1.
808-231-1 Ralph J. Cordiner VgSZFc sec. 8 1957 606 8 48 57.8 550 6.4 8-30-57 ------------ -r Water level 6.9 ft below top of 8-inch
T. 27 S., R. 18 S. casing which is 0.5 ft above led 8-30-58 808-232-1 Hillsborough Dairy HNBkSWk sec. 18 -... 70 2 54.2-------------12 9-24-57---------------U
Inc. T. 27 ., R. 18 S.
808-234-1 George Mogyorosy SWkHWk sec. 14 .... 76 2 58.4-------------17.7 9-13-57 -------------U Water contains much iron
T. 27 S., R. 17 8.
808-234-2 A. 5, Clendenning SWkSlk sec. 14 .. 83 2 61.9-------------24.2 1- 7-57---------U
T. 27 S., R. 17 S.




Table, 0.,0VOnnue4
Cagngwater level' IChiort 0' Cane
Wall ovwoar Locsljon -.0 I rkal
808-234-3 T, 0, Sarls NWHIk se0. 14 .' 155 4 100 61.9 ....... 3 5. 5-57 10 6- 3-58 D Tarp. 75%? 9.5.57
T, 27 So, R. 17 R.
808-234-4 ........ do ........ WkH5A ser, 14 84 3 73 60 ............ 4.3 9- 5-57 U Excessive drawdown, abandoned
T, 27 5,s 17 5,
808-234-5 City of 8t. Peters- WNkEk see, 14 1956 ........................................................ U City 29A, plugged and abandoned, no
burg T. 27 ., R.1 17 5. casing in hole
808.234-6 ........ do ......... .IkEk see. 14 1956 375 20' 110 59 .............................. ....... U W-4116, City 29, teat ppd 200 gpr of
T. 27 5o, R. 175. 12 muddy water, well collapsed when surged, abandoned
808-234-7 ........ do ......... .WkNEk 'l. 14 1956 384 20- 93 61 760 29 1956 ............ P W-4119, City 30
T7 27 8.,, 178. 12
808-234-8 ........ do ......... SWkNEk see. 14 1956 375 20- 102 62.5 1,000 30,8 10-23-56 ............ p W-4120, City 31
T, 27 5, R. 17 E12
808-234-9 ........ do ......... HEk5Nk sec. 14 ....................................................... ........ City 32
T, 27 5., R. 17 1.
508-234-10 ........ do ......... NEkWk seec. 14 ....................................................... ........ City 33
7. 27 5., R. 17 5.
808-234-11 ........ do ........ N~kNWk ee. 14 .......................................... ....... U City 33A
T. 27 5., 1. 17 E.
808-234-12 ........ do ......... E4SWk Mae. 11 ...................................................... ....... P City 34
T. 27 5.,R 17 1.
808-234-13 St. Petersburg 5Eksk see. 11 1952 97 2 60................. 21 1952............0
Y.M.C.A. T. 27 5., R. 17 E.
808-235-1 H. A. Dunlap 5WkS W sec. 10 1956 82 3 52................. 12 9- -56 ..... ....... D
T. 27 5., R. 17 1.
808-235-2 Col.0. E. Henderson 58kSWk sec. 10 1957 85 2 70................. 12 6- -57 11 9-13-57 D
T. 27 5., R. 17 1.
808-237-1 M. A. Davis HEkSEk sec. 8 .--- 89 2 ... 38 ............ 3.5 9- 4-57 ..............U
T. 27 S., R, 17 E.




Table 10.--Continued
aning Water level Chloride cantont
-dYield
Well werLocation 'W a %+ Iil Remarice Owne 04spm/dd/hre -808-237-2 U. L. Stafford NWkN1hl2 see. 17 1936 90 2 70 35 ........... 4.7 9-18-57 13 9-857
T. 27 8., R. 17 E.
808-237-3 ----do---- NW~hWk see. 17 1955 85 2------------------------- 11 6- -55----------------U Reported temp. 761
T. 278S, R. 178S.
808-237-4 0. E. Ut. Clair 8WhNWk sec. 17 1952 70 2 21 35 ............-9 1952 ------------- Water contains much iron, smells like
T. 27 S., R. 17 S. swampwater 808-237-5 T E. Kennedy NWSW sac. 17 .... 269 10 38 ------------ 7.4 9-18-57 16 6- 4-58 Zr
T. 27 8., R. 17 8.
808-238-1 R. Malms NANA sec. 18 .... 107 2 ...35--------------1 2- 5-56 15 9-25-57 D
T. 27 S., R. 17 8.
808-238-2 Evald 8akeen N2HWk Dec. 18 160 3 140 35--------------12 6- -56--- -------T. 27 8., R. 17 B.
809-208-1 D. L. Crum sWkSWk sec. 6 1955 36 2 1------------ 3.9 12- 6-56 6 12- 6-56 8 Temp. 75'F, 12-6-56
T. 27 8., R. 22 S.
809-225-1 R. L. Cockerham 8wkSW sac.5 86 68------------- 6.8 6- 5-58------------ U
T. 27 8., R. 19 8.
809-227-1 Oaorge McDowell HWkNWh see. 12 .... 126 2 100 ..... ...........-9,9 1- 9-56 18 2-10-57 U Water turbid 80-100 ft, drill fell into
T, 27 8., R. 18 E. cavity at 126 ft depth unknown 809-227-2 Albert Hewbarger SEk8Bk sec. 1 1954 366 8 40 .....-------------8 1954 13 6-12-58 Zr
T. 27 S. R. 18 E,
809-231-1 R. J. Cordiner HEkS sac. 8 1956 478 8 48 58,3 ------------ 6.3 8-30-57----------r
T. 27 S., 18 E.
809-231-2 ........ do ........ WkNk sec. 8 1957 765 8 80 61 550 6.6 8-30-57 8 8-11-58 Zr
T. 27 8, R, 18 8.
809-231-3 ........ do ........ -kN-k sec. 8 .... 135 3--------------------------9 1955---------------T. 27 8,, R. 18 S,
809-232-1 J. L. Hancock NANA1~ sec. 7 1951, 184 3 53------------------- .....-....... 10 8.11-58 0 Water contains undesirable amount of
T. 27 8., .18 8. iron




Table 10. --ConIlsued
CooLasWage level Vhlorl'ia cuntano
W ell owner Ioc. ct n C asio ., Yie5 h s ld R ua wel OnrWoto pm/dd/hre oeek
809-233-1 J, L.. Hancock % N, I . 57 2 . 63 ............ 4,.4 8-29-57 11 10- 8-57 U
T, 27 5., R, 17 2,
609-234-1 Walley Colley Nwkszk sec. 2 1949 66 2 56,5 ............ 10.1 9- 4.57 4 8-11-58 0
T. 27 5., R. 17 1.
509-234-2 C. Z. Coflin ElkNW% sac. 11 1954 8 .... ....... ...... 0 Water contains much iron
T. 27 S., A. 17 S.
809-234-3 M. S, Davis s3zk1Wk sec. 11 7 ..... ............ 0 Water low in iron content well next
T. 27 B., R. 175 door 120 ft deep, fields water with high iron content
809-234-4 W. A. Williamson KWIWk sec. 2 .... 80 2...... ................. ........................ D
T. 27 S., R. 17 E.
00 609-235-1 W. J. Clapp NkNEk eec. 10 1937 LO 2 80 48.4 ............ 7.3 9- 4-57 11 il-22-57 0
T. 27 S., R. 17 Z.
809-235-2 C. C. Hams NWkSc55 cm. 3 .... 97 2 49 ..... .............11 S- -55 6 8-11-55 0 Pumping level more than 22 ft when
T. 27 S., R. 17 E. pumped at 10 Upm on 12-6-55; 31 ft drop pipe now used L seatiefactory
809-235-3 Marvin Askew 5NWI seec. 3 1947 84 2 60 51 ............ 2 9- 4-57...... ------ U Sand filled well to 10 ft below surface
T. 27 B., R. 17 E. when pumped
509-239-1 Eldredge and Wilde HtNEk sec. 12 1948 62 2 37 5 14.8 10-31-56 10 10-31-56 D Temp. 75, 10-31-56: well is in Pinellas
T. 27 S., R. 16 5. County about 100 ft vest of Hillaborough County line
810-209-1 Richard Arentz NAHNEk see. 21 --. 85 2.-----.-----.------------------------ 9 12- 6-56 0S,
T. 27 B,, R. 21 E.
510-210-1 E. L. Brown NANA sac. 2 1930 12 . 10.-----.------------.----- -------- 10 6-21-57 D 2 ft well point,vater is brown and unfit
T. 27 S., R. 21 E. for drinking, well is dry in dry season
810-210-2 sasa Childers HNghlk sm. 2 1930 80 ..-----.-----.------------ ----- ------- 10 12- 6-56 D Temp 69"F, 12-6-56; vater has mineral
T. 27 B., R. 21 5. taste
810-212-1 Robert Thomas mk5dWk ec. 4 .... 450 4 20 62.3 ............ 8.7 1-16-56 12 9- 4-57 U Abandoned prison camp supply, 14.7 ft
T. 27 S., R. 21 5. southwest of 810-213-2




Table 10. --CbntLhued
Casing Water level ChLoride content
T. 27 S., R. 2- S.
810-234-1 W. F. Finsel NBkNIt see. 2 15 13 3- 10 55 ...... 749--7 106-21-57 D 80 ft of 3-inch @sains, 100 ft: of
T. 27 S., R. 17 S. 2 inch li~ner to cut off' sand 810-234-2 W. L. Hattlon NWkIN seec. 2 197 7 -- 2 ------ -65 .. --- Well. pumped sand, abandoned 1934
T. 27 S., 1. 17 S.




'Tall. [I, Cb~zn1 al Alyau. Qi GrOund Watur
Chemical alyse. In arts or million eZcpt ,spoolsic conductenceo PH. and color
580 w*oli44 as Cocoa conduct-Tm Dae CSl no. too- Stear- Chla- Fluo- Ni- Pho- Cal- Residu Calcium, Won- (micro- perWell of 8il1a Iron Clum slum Podium slum boasts Sulfate ride ride rate phate cu- at amano- carbon- a os Cal- Sture number collection (510,) 4 (V) (Ca) (M jN) (K) J) .L (Cl) (!)(NO.) (w0 lated 180'C gum ate at 250Cp or (ai)
7392241 07-2-58 25 0.00 04 40 16 2.5 200 252 18 08 0.0 0,0 557 608 424 260 805 .6 3 7492081 08-12-58 27 b .04 44 15 8,7 .9 160 42 12 ,7 .1 .0 229 232 172 40 351 ,5 3 742191 07-31-58 11 .00 7. 1,7 3.1 1.3 11 11 9,0 19 .1 3,4 54 51 25 16 79 .6 a 7432151 08-07-58 47 .01 38 17 6.6 1.2 208 4,0 5,0 .7 .0 .0 222 229 168 0 313 .8 5 743326 04-07-55 . 115 51 11 -- 80 330 31- 702 496 349 950 ,1 -"
7442241 07-27-55 -- 81 36 20 1.3 210 165 26-484 350 -- 686 .3 -74422036 03-05-58 17 .00 199 81 86 2.7 168 582 190 8 1350 830 692 1780 3-7462141 07-29-58 40 b .10 50 21 8.8 .9 24 12 7.0 .5 .1 -- 263 257 212 8 386 .8 2
7462244 03-06-53 18 .00 276 110 105 2.9 62 821 270 1.2 .6 --.. 1840 1140 1000 2300 .4 -7472041 07-28-58 25 .00 42 10 7.0 .5 15 25 8.0 .7 .1 .1 195 200 146 18 300 1.6 3
7472101 07-28-58 21 .01 50 14 7.7 1.1 164 46 9.0 .6 .0 0 230 242 182 48 364 .3 4 7472201 03-06-53 23 .00 87 38 13 1.2 228 188 14 .6 .7 531 373 186 718 .4 6 7482238 07-27-55 '-- -- 206 79 73 2.6 176 610 157 ... 1340 839 -- 1720 .4 -74822310 03-06-53 21 0.06 170 65 50 2.4 172 510 88 0.4 0.4 .. .. 1080 693 552 1370 .3 -0 7512072 01-30-59 26 -- 80 20 3.2 -- 163 134 10 .5 -- 354 -- 202 148 553 .7 0
o7512311 01-06-25 25 .38i221 96 223 -- 32 7.1 611 -- 1.6 .. ..- 320 659 -7522071 07-29-58 21 .00 58 16 10 1.1 187 54 14 .5 ,1 -- 265 294 206 52 444 .7 9 7522171 01-30-59 25 -- 53 17 5.5 -- 189 38 13 .3 . 245 -- 202 47 412 1.7 5
7522201 07-28-58 2.8 .00 126 93 788 20 4 262 560 .2 .6 0.1 2850 3150 697 694 5000 .7 5 7522301 07-30-58 21 .00 i11 13 28 .6 401 2.0 44 .3 .3 .3 418 426 330 2 679 .9 10 7552033 07-29-58 27 .00 42 12 8.5 .5 183 10 9.5 .5 .1 .1 200 203 154 4 312 .6 5 7552211 07-30-58 12 b .03 47 7.2 27 1.6 145 18 53 .1 .0 .0 237 257 147 28 408 .5 3 o 7552212 09-18-58 22 .06 76 4.0 4.0 -- 150 21 . .3 .- -. 298 208 58 -- .6 10
7562121 04-04-58 19 .00 45 10 5.0 .2 188 .0 9.5 .4 .0 .1 183 182 154 0 297 .9 3
7562164 01-28-59 7.3 -- 49 3.8 1.8 -- 115 34 9.0 .0 -- 162 -- 138 44 289 .7 4
d 7572253 03-12-58 . 76 7.3 .. 200 85- .. .. .. .. ..- 220 56 550 .4 0
7572273 01-29-59 10 -- 122 33 38 --131 100 760 .1 . 1480 -- 440 332 2760 .6 4
757228 02-08-08 -- .4 96 6 102 -- 34 174 .. ....- 590 .. .
757228 02-21-08 21 1.9 94 12 110 195 45 226 -- .2 . 650 284 .. 7572341 01-29-59 8.1 -- 238 300 320 666 840 5400 .5 :- -p0400O 1810 1260 16700 7.4 18 7582041 06-07-57 21 .00 26 14 5.3 .4 115 2.0 14 .6 20 160 179 122 28 252 7.2 3 d 7582041 07-11-57 . 45 2.- .0 15 -- 15 .. .. 122 30 220 .2 --




Table 11. (Continued)
Cho oil anal ses in )arte Per million except s ecific conuctance, PH. and ci or--Conti d I Na-i Dissolved 9 HU a, ss 8pec2ii solids au CsCO5 conductNag- Po- ance TemDate a Cal- ne- ta- Bicar- Chic- Fluo- Ni- Phan- Cal- Residue Calcium, Non- (micro- perWell of Silica Iron cium slum Sodiu: slum bonate Sulfate ride ride rate phate cu- at m cgne- carbon- mhos Col- ature number 0olloction (8MO (0) (CA) (Mg) (Na) (K) (OS) (S04) (CI) (F) (NOS) (POA) late 1800C sum ate at 250C) pH or (0F)
7582172 07-28-58 15 0.00 58 4.3 4.2 0.7 164 27 7.0 0.2 0.0 -- 197 223 162 28 320 7.6 1
d 7582275 04-10-58 16 .03 46 6.3 26 -- 132 28 44 .2 .. .. ..- 248 142 34 350 7.7 5
07882303 04-14-42 16 .10 94 8.2 . 256 18 149 .. .. .. 512 269 0 -- .6 -07582311 05-05-42 14 .40 83 .9 259 1.6 22 .. .. .. ..- 286 231 0 -- .7 -o 7582313 .10-07-42 14 .80 7 5.3 268 3.4 44 -- .0 . 359 210 0 -- .5 -d7592241 07-11-57 -- 13 . 160 6 8.1 .. .. .. .. ..- 204 4 325 7.6 5
7592263 04-15-58 34 .00 49 8.6 18 1.2 158 21 31 .6 .1 0.0 242 244 158 28 359 7.8 8 d 75892265 11-22-57 -- 44 11 :- -- 183 -- 5.0- .. .. .. . 150 0 -- .7 25
759227 10-10-23 15 .09 36 4.1 8.6 -- 88 18 13 -- 18 .. .. 161 107 .. .. ..
TamPa 08-26-23 14 .26 132 33 292 -- 200 95 588 .. .. .. ..- 310 465 .
Ybor Ct3 02-08-08 -- 35 5 1.8 -- 55 32 24 .. ..---.. ..-208 108 -a 7592312 10-26-42 17 1.16 84 6.9 48 -- 273 4.8 30- .. ..- .. ... 356 239 15 -- .4 -07592313 10-09-42 12 1.7 77 6.1 41 -- 229 4.4 44 .9 . 336 218 30 -- .3 -7592331 01-02-58 18 .00 106 11 122 2.6 234 49 238 .2 .6 .1 662 744 310 118 1140 7.9 5 7592352 01-02-58 20 .00 214 50 638 11 238 210 1210 .4 1.8 .0 2470 2670 740 544 4220 7.7 5
800206 02-14-24 -- 50 18i 3.6 -- 221 11 10 .. ..- - .. ..- 227 199 ..
8002071 03-18-58 26 b 15 9.4 .3 229 1.0 12 .5 .1 .1 227 224 186 0 364 7.7 4 801207 10-18-3 18 .03 14 4.1 18 -- 7 20 14 .. ..---.. ..-125 52 52
801207 02-14-24 -- 47 22 2.2 -- 233 5.8 11 .. ..-,-.. ..-224 208 ..
.8012072 02-14-24 -- 44 15 4.1 -- 195 6.9 8.8- .. ..--- .. ... 208 172 ..
8012075 08-23-23 28 0.09 60 11 16 -- 253 1.7 14 .. ..-,-.. ..-258 195 ..
80121315 03-25-57 -- g9 4.6 6.6 1.7 208 96 0 .. ..-.-.. ..- 361 266 96 529 .6 -80121315 03-25-57 -- 100 2.1 7.8 1.2 220 101 3.5 .. ..-,-.. ..-344 268 88 544 .6 -80121315 03-25-57 -- 59 3.2 5.0 .7 170 22 8.0 .. ..---.. ..-195 .- 20 328 .9 -80121315 03-25-57 -- 61 2.9 4.9 .7 173 22 8.0 .. ..-,-.. ..-203 -- 22 331 .9 -80121315 03-25-57 -- 56 2.1 4.9 .7 168 16 8.0- .. ..-,-.....-168 -- 10 309 .0 -80121315 03-25-57 -- 1 8.0 5.6 1.2 150 197 8.5 .. ..-,----- 484 -- 197 607 .9 -80121310 03-25-57 -- 120 7.5 6.5 1.0 206 153 8.0 .. ..-,-.....-453 -- 149 604 .6 -80121318 03-25-57 -- 87 3.8 4.8 .6 184 78 8.0 .. ..------- 294 -- .81 455 .8 -80121315 03-26-57 -- 3.0 6.5 .6 190 16 8.5 .. ..-,----- 200 142 -- 344 .8 -80121315 03-26-57 -- 11 5.7 5.3 .7 208 149 9.0 .. ..------- 419 2 148 602 .0 -80121315 03-26-57 -- 10 4.7 7.8 .4 207 136 8.0- ------- 382 -- 124 560 .7 -80121315 04-03-57 21 b 5 9.4 5.3 .3 212 3.0 7.0 0.2 0.2 -- 204 221 173 0 344 .5 5
8012131 04-04-57 -- 66 2.8 5.3 .2 208 8.5 9.5 --- -- -- 209 -- 6 357 7.9 -8012131 04-05-57 B8 6.0 6.2 .6 243 49 10-300 45 487 7.8 8012131 04-05-57 -- 3.2 5.0 .4 196 23 9.0- -- ---- 218 -- 20 370 7.9 -8012131 04-05-57 -- 50 3.6 4.7 .1 164 6.8 9.0- 171 -- 6 286 .9 ""
8012131 04-05-57 -- 2 5.2 5.0 .1 194 14 8.51 208 -- 17 347 .9 --




'Tall e H IC.r-lilo d)
Chor~a teaiwek 449 ~ to ~ ov~ Eaon, 4p.i -~co go oni60114slid as C&C03 oducta Cal- Re- iou- Bicar- Chlo- Flu" St- Mine- Cal- RoedidU Calcium, Won- (stwy... powNag I I --- -- nepm
eill of silica irom cium sm sodium sum bonate Sulfate ride ride rate phats cu- at Man- cs&YoW- "Oe Col. atu
....ik~Loletion (a10.) "M. (.nL .g)La) (11) KOQ _j"41 CL !L'fs) (PO~) lated 180,C stum -at. at We i.r..1L
5012131 04-05-57 Is -7 4, 5,2 0.2 210 43 9.0 -257 -- 40 428 ,7
5013131 04-10-57 74 3,1 80 .4 213 23 10 241 43 .
6012231 04-0-57 4 4. 5.4 .1 190 70 9.0 287 -- 459 a
5012131 04-10-17 89 14 5.3 .4 212 105 9.0 363 10 4 533 .
5012131 04-12-57 20 0.43 49 14 3.6 .4 212 6,0 7.0 0.2 0.0 0.4 210 25 %so 2 356 .4
8012132 05-07-57 18 b 0 56 6. 5.2 .4 204 .0 6.5 .2 .7 .2. 193 205 ld 0 329 .3 3
5012273 07-12-8 11 .00 727 300 1660 79 191 1730 360 1.1 2.1 .1 050t1600 3030 210 1500 I .4 7
9012o 4 1--5914 -378 1I0. 20-57 64 350 -60 1580 1460 |11300 |.4i 4o, / r ',
d8012291 03-15-56 12 .07 53 3.3 6.9 -168 10 9.0 .1 -- .1 -- 170 146 6 265 .4 0
a 5022232 03-12-58 2.0 .04 61 6.0 1.0 -9 16 1.2 0 177 65 -- .9 10
a 302232 02-12-56 3,0 .0409615 .0 --- 64 14 -1.5 - 409 302 204 -- .1 10
a 3022352 07-08-57 8.0 10 388 39 62 BI3 191 .7 1800 1130 1 936 .5 30 a 3022252 01-27-18 7.0 .36 457 39 148 967 324 .2 2280 2300 1.140 .3 10
30222 01-30-50 13 -- 456 34 1 186 912 305 .2 1930 1230 1120 2630 7.6 5
50222521 0-31-5.. -- 932 319| -N 5022252 02-05-59 -- 92 304---------------- -
8022252 02-07-5O - - 01 402----------------- -.802363 07-21-30 -- 346 70 L90 192 672 3440 6600 1570
8022383 08-10-42 15 .10 104 00O 140 --223 357 2100 -- 1.2 -- 3930 1040 - -8032041 081-58 7.3 0.01 42 5. 20 32 204 6.0 22 0.3 15 0.0 250 262 28 0 414 .4 13 6032191 07-30-58 16 .010 47 7.3 .2 136 3.0 8.5 .4 9.9 .5 161 36 11 257 .3 2
8032882 07-31-58 7.9 .01 60 3. 5.8 .5 203 .0 9.0 .1 .1 .2 187 196 162 0 319 7.8 5
04291 07-30-18 15 .00 78 3. 4.7 .7 251 2.8 8.5 .1 .0 237 242 20 2 391 7.4 5
8082132 07-31-8 17 .00 87 3. 6.6 .6 25 1.610 .1 .1 267 274 232 0 423 .86
6052351 01-05-31 - 6 5. --220 1.0 8.0- ,- 186 -805235101-14-31 - 67 4. 218 1.0 9.0- ",8 --8052381 04-27-31 64 5. 2.8 210 1.0 10 192 --8052351 01-16-32 -8 4. 1.6 215 1.0 9.0- 1 17 -- .
6052381 10-14-32 13 .03 65 4. 7.4 .9 218 1.1 10 .0 .0 213 179-
8052332 07-24-30 - - -- --10
8052352 09-37-30 68 3. 12 240 2.0 9.0 i-- 7 182ee8052352 01-05-31 69 3. -219 1.0 8.0 1
805232 01-15-31 -70 3. - 220 1.0 6.0- - - 191
8052352 04-27-31 -64 4. 3.4 --209 1.0 6.0 -- 18 176- .8052352 01-15-32 -70 4. 1.0 -216 1.0 9.0- -192' 192
6052352 t'10-14-32 .04 67 3. 5.4 -217 .7 9.:0 .0 -i192 180
8062341 04-27-31 - 73 4. 1.4 -231 1.0 8.0 - -207, 199
8062343 09-02-30 - 83 5. ~ -260 1.0 79 - -231 21- -




Table 11. (Conftlaed)
Chemcal. anal,... In )arts tvor million exceat oveil t conductance. v. andf o.-ohil~d ~ fi Dissoved M rss Specifi
solids as CaCQ3 -'COnd
Mag- PO- anC TenDate a Cal- no- tes- Boar- Chic- Flu Ni- Phs- Cal- Residue Ca]liwi, MOM- (micro- perWell of Silica Iron clue alum Sodium alum donate Sulfate ride ride trate' phato at magum- ;caro mhoe Cal- saue number collection (Soe (e) (Ca&) '(Mg) (Na) (K) (EC0O (SI sl)()uO2 f)lte~10C am ate :at 25,C) a or CeZ)
- ,O ( 3 ( M (( P ) ( N O ( P 1 l a e '8 9
806234309-17-30 76 3.2 3.2 241 1.0 8.0 215 203 8062343 10-02-30 - -8062343 01-7-31 - 7 3.2 -- 238 1.0 7.0 206 3062343 04-27-31 -276 2.8 2.1 236 1.0 8.0- 2 11 20 F 8062343 01-15-32 -74 2.6 1.8 228 1.0 8.0- 200 196
806234310-21-32---- ---------------233------ ------- .-
8062343 10-21-32 - 235 60623 10-21-32 234 -8002351 04-27-31 - 72 4.8 6.1 -245 2.0 7.0- - -- 228 200
806235201-09-31 -76 3.80 237 1.0 9.0 - 206
806235i -14-3. - 73 3.4 -- -235 1.0 9.0 J S F
8062352 04-27-31 76 4.0 4.6 247 1.0 9.0 --222 M 806235201-15-32 88 4.1 3.5 281 1.0 9.0, -234 -- 237 8062352 10-14-32 0.03 73 3.1 6.3 238 .9 9.0 0.0 209 195 8062353 0902-30 71 6.6 220 1.0 9.9 - 191 205
8062353 09-17-30 71 4.8 2.8 -J 231 1.0 9.0 208 197 8062353 0146-31 74 4.6 239 1.0 9.0 204 8062353 04-27-31. 66 3.2 4.0 211 1.0 9.0 192 ITS 8062353 01-15-32 73 4.6 2.8 236 1.0 9.0- 207 20
8062353 10-18-32-- 20 806235310-18-32 --806235 10-18-32-- 229 6062354 01-07-31 -74 3.4 -233 1. 9.0 - 199 --
8062354 04-27-31 74 3.6 1.0 231 1 8.0 207 200
8062354 01-15-32 73 3.5 1.0 227 1.0 8.0' 198 -- 7 8062354 01-6-32 74 3.6 3.2 235 1.0 9.0 207 200 80623155 01-09-31 -72 4.7 - 237 1.0 8.0 199 8062365 01-1511 72 4.3 234 1.0 8.0 8062355 04-27-31 73 3.4 4.4 236 1.0 8.0 -22 196




Tb1@ 11. (Caatsnied)
1.o- .. .
Chem I- ....... t" e.. ....C loeolyad ardness SpecifiI046 07-30-5 Cocoa conductvsg- Po.- &no* Tll-' Date Col- now tag- 9icar- Chia- rluc 'Ni- Phos- Col- Resldue Calcium, Mon- (micro- per"
3062355 01-15-32 7 3.4 3-- 236 1.0 80.0- .. ... ..--- 1-20 -- 199
8062315 10-24-32- ------ -- --- ----7 --3 -- --- -4 -- 1
8072131 07-30-58 12 0.17 94 1;.8 4,6 0.5 255 30 10 0.2 0.1 0.1 3 03 42 33 451 7.4 20 8072341 01-07-31 --67 3.7 .- 217 1.0 8,0-------------- 18lei- --3072341 04-27-31 - 68 3.9 3.1 --218 1.0 9.0---------197 IS16O -
8072341 01-15-32 --70 3.4 2.8 --221 1,0 8.0---------198 IS18O
8072341 10-14-32 -- .12 70 3,3 8.7 --229 .9 10 -- .0 -- 204 -- 89
8072363 07-30-58 16 .00 66 2.3 3.8 .1 213 1.0 7.0 .1 .1 .3 202 203 176 2 331 7,5 8
8082082 07-28-58 15 001 90 3,3 10 .0 281 .0 18 .3 .1 .2 275 297 238 8 464 7.7 3 8082142 07-29-58 18 1.8 114 4.0 8.1 .2 334 34 14 .3 .1 .0 388 366 301 28 557 7.7 3 8082271 07-30-58 12 1.41 2 1 .4 4.4 .11 160 2.0 1 8.5]_ .0 .11 .0 158 157 131 0 59 F.5 6
a In solution when analyzed, except am noted
b Total Iron
a Analysis by Thornton Laboratories, Inc.
d Analysis by Tampa Water Department
e Also contained .31 ppm COS




Table 12. Chloride in Ground Water
(Note: Chloride data were determined in the field and do not met laboratom standards of recision and s o o raooy )
Cl1cim Colection
won No. Date Time Flow C1bode wenl No. Date Timne F.1 CIro .....(P ) .....
738-231-5 2-20-52 25 744-226-9 12-13-50
8- 7-58 26 8- 7458 130 739-224-1 5-1-51 20 744-226-3l 11-30-5o0 25
7-28-58 18 2- 4-58 127 3- 6.58 134
7410-224&-1 2-26-51 25 4~- 2-58 128
8- 7-58 20 8- 7-58 740-228-1 8- 7-58 6
7 o-228-3 8- 7-58 6 74 6-214-1 7-29-58 7 741-2O0&-l 2-12-58 23 74~6-224-4 10- 5-5o 205, 8- 7-58 275
741.-23o.6 11-16-5o 2
2- 4-58 35 7.6-224-5 11-17-50 35 3- 6-58 33 8- 7-58 70
4- 2-.58 31
5- 8-5 8 34 746-224-10 10-5-50 40 8- 8-8 32
8- 7-58 32 747-204-1 7-28-58 8
10-11-59 30 29
10-23-59 30 31 7hT-210-1 7-28-58 9
742-2o8-1 8-22-58 12 748-205-1 12-12-56 12
7412-219-1 7-31-58 9 74~8-222.6 10- 6-5o 25 742-229-9 10-27-50 25 8- 8.58
8- 7-58 22
748-223-8 10-11-50 200 743-225-1 8- 7-58 5 8-18-5 138 74-224-18 31-3-50 25 748-223-1o :O-.-50 90
8- 7-58 20 8- 8-58 80 748-223-9 8- 8-58 63
744-226-4 n- 3-4o 25 10-..59 7
4i- 8-58 ni6 11-10-59 500 115




Tab)* 19 Conttrme4
Co.lotion Collation wo mo. 't T h, aYj Chloride .o No. Dot. Time
749-219.- 6- 3.8 18 752-230-. 6.10-58 8- 8-'8 1o50 P8 7-30-8 8-858 207 p 16
74 9--.4- 9-20,51 no 753-21,, 6-26-8 a- 9-58 2t40
7C22159220753-2o6-i 2-2-57 1.7 750.222-1 5- 9-5221
8-40- 8-548 205 754-M2-1 W-2-58 6 751-207- 1-30-59 1m5-29-1 6-20" 6W
751-1 6-34.28 ,1- no
7.o- 7 30-1 6-1.8 W& % 751-213-A 2916 2a 38
1 -7-56 22
12-12-A6 755-203-3 7-29-8 10 5-847 21
10- 1-57 24 70-2228 4-8 21 6-24-58 22 5-1-58 90 72 6-2648 26 5-2458 250 5-3-58 220
751-213.3BU- -56 22 5- 558 7..7a D 10320 12-12-%6 21 5-5-58 2:51 p 320 5-28,-7 22 5-55 6o- 1 1.-20 20010- 5-57 24. 7-308 53 6-26-58 22 75-29 6-2"a5 24.3
75231-1 8-1U-583482829
7275-231-1 8-58138 7-207A1 7-9-58 2
72U- 30523756-20-1 6-22-57 10
7524218&1 6. 3-5a 24.8 7W207 "-57 1 75-2- -8alw756-211-2 6-20-57 1 752-20-17-248 1560756-212-1 4.- 14810




Table 12 Continued
Collection Colection
Well. No. Date T1IM Cbo ewell No. Date PIC C
756-21A-i 620-57 12 757-220-1 6-18-57 22
76-215-1 1-11-58 13 8-0-58
757-221-1 8-20.58 223 756.235-2 5-26-58 24 1.-1059 100 120 756-226-1 5-26-58 4 757-221-2 2- 458 57 3- 5-8 51
756-226-2 5-26-58 35 3--3-8 60 8-20-8 55
756-216-4 1-30-59 9
- 757-222-1 4a-28-58 42 756-216-1 5;27-58 21 5- 7-58 58 8-20-.58 3
756-221-1 5- 5-58 100
8-20-58 44 757-222-A 6-26-8 250
756-227-1 8.14-58 222 757-222-B 6-2658 170 756-229-1 6-n-58 20 29 757-223-1 8-18-58 22
8-1L-58 24
756-230-1 6-10-58 7k 757-223-2 4-28-56 24
6-1-8 3.0 B8-50 23
8-23-58 101
757-22k-1 8-as-58 M2 756-230-2 8-13-58 ?5
b 756-230-5 4-25-58 352 757-224.2 8-26-58 757-22k-4 2-23-53 25 756-231-1 8-34-58 44 k-5-B 26 757-203-2 6-27 57 10 757-225-3 2- 5-58 84 757-212-1 10- 8-57 10 3-22-58 85 75;7-225-k 8,-18-.58 14
757-212-2 10- 8-57 10 757-225-4 8-28-58
757-212-3 10- 8-57 9
757-226-5 8-k-58 42




Oo1 .otton Qolaott on
We, No, Dnt. Ti ) br Wn No. Di.t Tim 757.226.9 8..-1-58 312 758-.220-1 6-8-571
8-20.48
757-226-10 4i-n-52 250 824 8-3.4-8 388 758-220-3 6-18-57 757-22612 4-11-52 150 758-223-1 8.18.58 6 757-226-13 l-n..-52 327 758-22k.i 8-18-58 757-227-.1 8..1-58 750 758-226.2 8-.1,5-58 28
757-227-2 8-34.-58 17 758-26-3 842548 10 757-227-A 9- -22 584 758-227-2 8-5-58 28
6.1-27 92
6.24.0B 45 758-227-3 842548 2 00757-2324 k445458 n.1 758-227-64l-1-584
co8.12-58 100
758-228-4 -1-68 38 757-23,-1 1.21-i 33,500 8-So 32 812-58 70
1329-69 5,koo 758-230-1 11-15-57 23 1410-58 25
758-20k-. 6- 7-47 15 8-13-58 22 7-2.4-7 15
8- 1-58 758-230-3 4'. .42 758-208-1 6- 747 33 758-231-1 5- -42 758-226-2 5-26-58 14 758-231-3 1o. -142 i 758-226-3 5-27-58 20 758-217-1 26-58 16 758-231-S' ; s- -4, 758-217-2 7-28-58 7 758-231-6 9- -42 51 758-229-1 5-27-58 26 759-216-1 5-26-58 241a




Table 12 Continmed
Collection Colle-ation
Tell No. Date Timie Flo Cblorde Well No, Da te Time I Clre
759-219-1 6-21-57 23 759-233-1 9-26-57
1- 2-58 238
759-2202 8-20.58 8 2- 5-58 250 3-5-58 237
759-220-A 7-31-58 83-.31-58 248 5- 7-58 250
759-221-1 8-20-58 21 6- 4a-58 251 8-2z3-58 ?3
759-222-1 8- 1-56 815-8 3
8-18-58 8 75.9-233-2 8-12-58 128
759-224 -1 7-1-57 8 759-235-1 8-12-58 2,220 759-224-2 8-18.58 6 759-235-2 1- 2-58 19200 001- 2-58 1,210
759-226-3 4-15-568 31 8-12-$8 1,220 759-226-4 8-15-8 14 800-207-1 3-18-58 12 759-226-5 11-27-57 5 800-226-A 6-10-58 22 759-227-1 6-24-58 23 800-226- 8-22-58 17
759-227-2 o-14-58 35
800-227-A 6-6-8 880 759-229-1. 1-1.58 36 8-22.-58
759-231.2 10-25-42 30
7592313 0- 4?800-228-1 6- 6.58 114
79214 8-3.2-58 56 800-230-1 6-11-58
759-231-5 0-325 76 800-23042 6-11-58 23, 759-231-8 4-5582800-23341 8-12-58 23
800-234-A 9-26-57 1,00 8-12-58 1,190




Tablo 12 ContinUS4
co'lotton Cougoton
Date Time 713 r C~lop'lda Well Hoe Date Times poW Corda Well Not ,i-to fj 800-23h-l 1- 74,8 371 9o1-27.) 9.20-56 22 8-12.58 332 10- 9-57 222 10-12-59 34o 10-21.7 11.00 an 200 11.10-59 10 340 10-21-57 2t05 pm 210 10-22-57 7tO0 am 410
800.235-1 1- 7.58 45 10-22.57 830 am 420 10-22.-57 10,05 an 5
801-207-2 8-22. 58 10-23-57 100 10-23;-57 1Zs7 a
10.25-57 fltiS5 am Loo
801-207-5 8-22-58 214 10-25-57 1:35 pm w 11-26-57 20
1-2-58 18
801-223-25 .- 3-57 7 2-27-58 224
,-12-57 7 4-24-58 229 6-19-58 237
80123.3-22 5- 7-57 8-19-58 242 10441-58 218
801-223-2 6.12-58 26 1-21-59 1,80 801-224-1 11- 7-0 26 801-227-0 5-11-55 1,330
5-12-5536
801-226-A 8-22-58 35 5-3-5 3 5-16-55 380
801-226-B 6-10-58 29 5-20-55 194
8-22-58 18 5-23-55 LK6 801-227-2 8-19-58 1,680 6- 7-55 304
10-33-59 15 4 500 6-1"-5 60 1.-10-59 15 1,530 6-28-55 45 7- 1-5 54
801-227-3 7-12-58 4,876 8-19-58 33
801-227-4 8-19-58 3,550 801-229-1 3-,5-56 9
1-2Q-59 3:550
801-227- 2-17-58 801-238-1 8-_-58 1..450
6-12-58 25 8.01-238-2 10-22-57 1,780 1-29-59 26 8-l.-58 1,780




Table !P Continued
Collection Colleoticn
Date. Time 71Oiw Chlor.de Date Time 71mo ChlorzLde Well. N'o..,-. [m ;;o1 No. ,P, .''zm
802-223.1 6-12-58 26 802-236-,l 1- 7-58
802-223-2 3-12.58 9:00 am 510 16 802-238-1 11-27-6 i,82b
3-12-58 3:00 pm 780 1 11-27-56 4430
6-1558 510 26 9-25-72
3- 148 1,560 802-225-1 9-17-42 .00 3-31-8l"5
8-19-58 8 5- 7-58
6- -58 1$0 802-225.2 7- 8-57 57 191 8-3.1-81,0
8-1.7 190
8-19.8 290 802-238-2 11-27-56 1,1:0 1-27-59 324: 8-11-58 1#4:00
1-30-59 305
1-31-59 319 802-238-3 8-10-,W 2,0 2- 5-59 301 3-3.8-47 2,500
2- 7r4.9 1:02
802-238..I; 8..1.-871
802-226-A 8-22-58 31 803,-204-1 8- 1-5.8 2
802-231-1 .-19.- 7 88
802-231-2 8-12-58 8 8032106 12-1946 803-219-1 7-30-58
802-232-1 11-19-57 187
1- 7-58 16 803.227-A 8-22-58 10
802-234-I 9-19-57 17 803-232-1 3.1-27-57 5
9-2657 24
8-12.58 22 803-232-2 U-19-57 33
802-234-2 9-20,7 35 803-238-1 n- 5-56 290
9-2-47 36 8-1-8 296
8-1258 9
803-238-2 11- -S56 23 802-235-1 9.26-7 45 9-2-57 2
8-12-8 31 1.. 6-57 2 1- 48 17




Table 12 Continued
Col~oti on ollection Dt Ti oi r dsDate Time' do
803-238-2 2- 5-58 14 805-237-1 9-25-57 12 (Continued) 3- 4-58 14 (Continued) 2. 5. 8 11 3-31-58 24 8.11.58
5. 7-58 13
6- J4-58 19 806-204-1 6-21-55 8 7-31-58 9 7- 8-57 8 10-12-59 11
n5-20-59 806-225-1 8-21-58 6 8OL-217-1 8.21-58 4 806-228-1 6-u-58 I5 804-229-1 7-30-8 8 806-230-3 3.1.-19-57 lh 80h-232-1 11.22-57 77 86-232-2 1.-19-57 13 804s-234,-1 9-19-57 24 806-23h-3 1-15-32 8 N 8-12-58 806-234-7 11-22-57 15
805-208-1 12- 6.56 6
6-21-57 6 806-23h-9 9-27-57 9 10- 8-57 23
805-213-2 5-15-58 18 n-22-57 23 7-31-58 10 8-3.1-58 7 805-227-1 6-.1.-58 12 806-235-2 1-15-32 9 805-230-1 6-31-58 16 806-235-3 1-15-32 9 805-231-3 n1-19-57 15 806-235-4 1-16-32 9 805-234-1 11-27-56 10 806-235-5 1-15-32 9 805-235-1 1-16-32 9 807-23,-1 1-15-32 9 805-235-2 1-15-32 9 806-236-1 9-27-57 18 805-237-1 11-27-56 200 r'm 10 807-204-1 6-21-57 5 11-27-56 5:00Om pm 200 3- 7- 0-57 5




Collection colection
Flow Chloride "wn No. Date Time Flow Chloride well No. Date Time Flo) Clpp T) (ppM) 807-209-1 12- 6-56 11 808-237-2 9-18-57 13 8-11-58 8
807-218-1 7-30-58 10 808-237-5 6- 4-58 a 300 16 307-226-1 6-.2-58 20
807-230-1 11-19-57 20 8-5-58
807-232-1 11-19-57 10 8o9-208-l 12- 6-56 6 6-21-57 6
807-234-11 9-13-57 7 809-227-1 2-i0-57 18
807-235-1 1- 7-58 110 6-21-57 766
3U-U~dla13
837-236-3 7-30-58 7809-227-2 6-12-58 3
807-237-1 9-25-57 16
8-11-58 8 809-231-2 8-21-58
808-204-1 6-21-57 6 809-232-1 8-u-58 10
808-208-2 7-28-58 18 809-233-1 10- 8-57 1 1-2 2 57 11
808-214-1 6-21-57 10 3O-34-1 -1-8 4
8o8-208.2 6- 3-58 21
7-29-58 14 80.-235-1 11-22-57 11
808-227-1 6-21-57 8 809-235-2 8-21-58 6
7-30-58 8
810-209-1 12- 6-56 9
808-234 -3 A- 3-58 10 6-21-57 9
8-11-58 205 pm 4
8-11-58 2:10 pn 7 810-210-1 6-21-57 10 808-235.-2 9-13-57 11 810-210-2 12- 6-56 10
8-n-58 8




Ifrble i, onntl.n s4
Colleoton Coleot:on
J n No. a Well No, Date Time ____81ON2124j 9. h-57 12 810-2).1 A-21.57 10
9. 4.5 12
a Flow estimated
b Composite of 756-230-6 & 756-230-7




Table 13-. Summary of Monthly Evaporation in Hillsborough County
Evaporation (inches)
Month Class A Pan1 Pan Coefficient2 Reservoir January 3.17 0.77 2.44 February 3.73 .69 2.57 March 5.23 .73 3.82 April 6.35 .84 5.33 May 7.53 .82 6.17 June 7.10 .85 6.04 July 6.18 .91 5.62 August 5.66 .91 5.15 September 5.24 .85 4.45 October 4.45 .76 3.38 November 3.44 .71 2.44 December 2.77 .83 2.30
Total 49.71
1 Monthly mean of record for 1952-58 from U. S. Weather Bureau evaporation station
at Bay Lake near Sulphur Springs, Florida
2 Computed evaporation data for Lake Okeechobee, Florida, Kohler, M. A., 1954,
Lake and pan evaporation, in Water-loss investigation Lake Hefner studies,
technical report. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 269, p 128,
based on a study by Langbein, W. B., "Research on Evaporation from Lakes and
Reservoirs," Paper presented at Brussels Assembly, 1951, and U. S. Weather
Bureau Records.
95




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STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Robert 0. Vernon,Director INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 44 WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA By C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall U.S. Geological Survey Prepared by the UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, and the CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE 1964

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XAJo. 44 AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY Ccnpleted manuscript received October 4, 1963 Printed by the Florida Geological Survey ii

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CONTENTS Page Introduction .................................. 1 ILLUSTRATIONS Figure 1 Location of Hillsborough County, Florida ..............2 2 Location of surface-water data collection sites ..........3 3 Explanation of well and spring-numbering system ..... .....4 4 Location of inventoried wells ................ Facing page 4 Table. 1 Lake stage records ............................ 5 2 Information on selected springs in Hillsborough County .....6 3 Chemical analyses of spring water ..... .............. 8 4 Measured flow of selected springs ................... 10 5 Streamflow records ............................. 13 6 Chemical analyses of stream water .................. 14 7 Temperature of stream water ....................20 8 Monthly mean discharge of streams. ..............23 9 Measured flow of CypressCreek near Sulphur Springs ...... 30 10 Records of wells .............................. 31 11 Chemical analyses of ground water .. ................ 80 12 Chloride in ground water ................ ....... .. 85 13 Summary of monthly evaporation in Hillsborough County ..... 95

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WATER-RESOURCES RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA By C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall INTRODUCTION A study of the water resources of Hillsborough County was made during the period 1956-58 by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, Hillsborough County, and the city of Tampa. Hillsborough County is in the western part of peninsular Florida about midway down the west coast (fig. 1). The results of the study were published by the Florida Geological Survey as Report of Investigations No. 25, entitled "Water Resources of Hillsborough County, Florida," by C.G. Menke, E.W. Meridith, and W.S. Wetterhall. This report contains the data on which Report of Investigations No. 25 was based, and it is published to make the data available for other uses. It contains records of streamflow, stream and lake stages, location, depth, and diameter of casing, and other data for selected wells, measurements of groundwater levels, chemical analyses, and temperature of water. Location of streamdata collection sites are shown on figure 2. The well-numbering system is shown in figure 3, and the locations of inventoried wells are shown in figure 4. Many wells in the Ruskin area, in the southwestern part of the county, were inventoried by H. Peek. Information for about 600 wells, including selected wells noted in this report, was reported by Peek in Florida Geological Survey Information Circular No. 22.

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.7u_________________ _____,_____-_____ SI. eo -----_-, .ri -i, i i3 ,-GLEOR G-IA •a ",IHAM ,L'LEON d' MA SO // v Svill T--I A f --~\SAKER UVA ....' SDIXIE ALACUA PUTNAM j LEVY MARION 1. OLUSI 2 Fge.f'oru. County, F Iordo SEMINOLE HERNANSO ORANGE 0 -PASCO SCEOLA S'1 r MANATEE I HARDEE EECOE --iRT. HIGHLANDS I LU __CO_ LLE ^SARWASOT IAR N ________ _M_ _TT__ GLADE_ S LEE |HN PALM BEACH 0 sN-.WA1 COLLIER IROWARO MiaiN NROE Aew.1 DADE _-__ _00_Mil gIes Figure 1. Location of Hillsborough County, F lorida. 2

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-PASCOCOUNTY 43-6444 SII p p 4 10 4.t 13. .fILLSBOROUOH .50 go 9 go X dd 0,0 ooo 4'i4i HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY .FLORIDA 4 r ol A y 41 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY_ Figure 2. Location of surface-water data collection sites. 43

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O4Fe s of Im aI le Grmiii. EngelM, p*e Wridon r ir ar or or o o -----,_G_ E 0 -R I A 1Well mbe .7--13ic | *81 83-1i31-3 wos 1.e ther well Springs ar numbered in the same manner with alphla--~ t5.ar1 betical designation of the order in which they were \L.J inventori82 ed. I Figure 3. Explanation of well and spring-numbering systems. 4. ... .j

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RITE R18E RIE I R 20 E 21 E R22E 82 8230 8225 0 20 COUNT 85' 210 05 =c_ -82*W3 82'34' 2810' 4 2 L H I L LS B0RGH I T -C O U28NTY E.27I 6 O ---.2 3 1' N 0. 4 08, 2 -2 .28 1 :* Z 2 2 3 073 22 3. 2. 6. S4,12 2R'V V '--' -.I I 5281 7, / I8 7 S 1 2805. 1 1. 1 82"36' 359 82 034' B YLSoS IQ .Sa. 1 IIg 2^ TA -Ps5.6 .52 .,42 3T P,12 j. HJs L B. INGHSEOUNTY 8495 -J 127 28R8 192.19021227. 3 3 .' 1 i 84' .5 I"1 se ______S 8 3 W n .1 INSET W" 20/164 12 8226f T Quyo o r 4 .6ar ness S 4le insets 3Sr t l Well i o b .l F 4. Lc ti o 1 inE2 w Fgr 4. 2\ of 19 82e1l .s5 I 4 -1 1,2 INSE A

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Table 1. Lake Stage Records Ident. surface area 0age tremes no Area Eevation* datum Maximum elevation Minimum elevation Lake name fig. 2 (eg mi) (ft mal) Location of gage (ft mal) Period of record (ft msl) (ft mat) Bay Lake 1 0.06 45 Lat 28'o4'10"," 0.00 May 1946 to 46.70 Aug. 23, 1949 43.02 May 31, 1949 long 82030'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Carroll, Lake 2 .29 34 Let 28*03O20", 30.00 May 1946 to 40.08 Sept. 25, 1947 32.35 Mar. 20, 1957 long 82'28'55" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Church Lake 3 .11 53 Lat 28*06'051, 30.78 Sept. 1957 to 37.28 Aug. 17, 1959 33.92 Sept. 4, 1957 long 82'35'55" Sept. 1959, (cont.) Cooper Lake 4 .13 Lat 28O08'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 62.54 Sept. 24, 1947 58.78 June 11, 1949 long 82028'o" Aug. 1956 Echo Lake 5 .04 33 Lat 28*06'20", 32.10 Sept. 1957 to (Church and Echo Lakes are connected. Levels long 82036'15" Nov. 1958 shown for Church Lake are representative levels at Echo Lake) Ellen, Lake 6 .08 39 Lat 2803'32", 30.00 May 1946 to 41.74 Oct. 1, 195 37.64 May 29, 1949 long 8229.'45" Aug. 1956 Henna Lake 7 .05 Lat 28*08130", 30.00 June 1946 to 62.90 Aug. 20, 1953 57.72 June 10, 1949 long 8226'50" Oct. 1955 Hobbs, Lake 8 .10 Lot 2809'50", 30.00 June 1946 to 68.10 Sept. 27, 1953 65.36 May 18, 1956 long 82W28'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.) SHutchins Lake 9 .03 4at 28e07'40", Arbitrary Apr. 1946 to 3.64 Sepb. 6; 1950 Below 0.9 many times long 82*29'15" Sept. 1952 (gage-heights, gage not tied into msl) Keene, Lake 10 .05 Let 28*08'55", 30.00 Sept. 1946 to 63.50 Sept. 18, 1951j1 60.90 June 25, 1955 long 82*26'55" Oct. 1955 Sept. 28, Oct. 2, 10, 1955 Keystone Lake 11 .96 41 Lat 28*08'05", 30.00 Apr. 1946 to 45.20 Aug. 23, 1949 58.51 June 8, 1949 long 82*35'40" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Magdalene, Lake 12 .36 47 Lat 28'04'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 50.74 Aug. 22, 1947 44.48 Mar. 17, 1957 long 8229'10" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Platt, Lake 13 .10 49 Lat 28'05'55", 30.00 May 1946 to 51.38 Sept. 8, 1950 46.92 June 9, 1949 long 82'28'55" Aug. 1956 Stemper, Lake 14 .20 Lat 28008'09", 30.00 May 1946 to 61.96 Sept. 27, 1955 58.68 July 14, 1949 long 82'27'221 Dec. 1958 (cont.) Thonotosasea, Lake 15 1.3 Lat 2800404", 2.16 Sept. 1956 to 36.52 Aug. 9, 1957 34.85 June 21, 1958 long 8101'04" Dec. 1958 Elevation of lake for surface area determination

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TWble 5, InJoralloa an sn lected Springs to liilllborougb County :0 I, ldustrlel; U, uanuse4 P, PuLbll supply HI, recreartia7 Aproait -te lpr l Discharg elevtion Chr le (ureber an O r tto(A tent U.e Remarks 751..21-A Lithlt County of illaborough Waitt ato. 17, bia 5,500 9-}0-58 8 l 1946 p Sprltg ud ru 600 toot org re *suberrge T. 30 S., B. 21 E Nia 17,100 1.9-.57 O2 11: 7.56 at lood Sa.ge of A1e River, AMddLtI l Avg 00,000 1934-58 eo 12.12.56 fpw meuremnte ln teble 4, 1 51. 8-57 26 6-86. 5 751.21-2 LUtti* County of Kllsb.rougb t SW lsee. 17, 282 U7-56 8 400 tfat BE of 751-4U -A. Spring and run Lithis T. 30 8., R, 21 E Mu 6,900 9-0-58 21 12-12.56 200 tefo lon uare submrgd at flood stiep Min )50 13-3 22 5.26.57 of Alftia River, Addltional wsurwemnt Avg 4,000 193 241 10. 5-57 In table 4. 26 6.26.58 752-217-A essier F. L. Achorly SVtfW aso. ,14, 500 -17-78 8 U T. 30 S., R. SO 2 75).218-A uckhorn U. S, Phosphorit aeta t seo. 9, Ia 6,200 8-19-58 3 14 6.26.8 I Products Corp T. 50 2., a. 20 3 min 4,a00 6-20-58 Avg 5,400 1946.58 755.204-A Bolng P. C. Mar, Jr. SW*mt soo. 25, T. 9p 8., a. 22 X 2,000 65 U O 755ap29-A lu City of Tamp sre. 34, 50 5 L-4 6-10-58 U A complex of 2ax openin8$. 0oi T. 29 B., 2. 259 8-14.58 757-222-A Craft Mi. H. E. Herrlngton sisW seao. 15, 150 8 250 6.6.58 U Water formrly bottled anm sold. Mineral T. 29 8., R. 19 757-222.DIsou g Mr. H. Z. .erringtoon SwiB i s. 3, 20 7 170 6-26.58 U T. 29 8., R. 19 2 757.22-A Oak Oak Park Drive-in NEWiW se. 17, 100 15 U 500 feet n of 757-a22-A. spring Is burlid, Theater T. 29 8., R. 19 5 dlishargse via oaoduit. 757.227-A Mbme City of Tempa .UldW see. 15, 300 5 ,4 9 -22 U High color formerly puble isupply T. 29 So., R. 18 E 92 64for Tmw 6-.24-58 800-220-A Eureka R. 8. Mtoore SaB i see. )1, 2,000 15 8 7-51-58 U T. 26 S., R. 20 E 00*-220-B Eureka R. 8. Moore Sll aWt a. 31, 200 15 U 200 teet SW of 800-220-A. T. 28 S., R. 20 E 800-21-A -R. L Mbley SBWt se. 30, .,000 15 U 200 teft of Six Mile Creek and 100 feet V T. 28 ., R. 20 E of a drainage dithb. 800-221-.VB .Bovaie SEi seea, 30, 1,000 15 U 0.15 adi of 800-221-A in bottno of Six Mil T. 28 S., R. 20 E Creek. 800-226-A River Bend City of Tampa N wj 8 mc. 0, 1 5 22 6-10-58 U T. 28 S., 2. 19 5

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Table 3. (Continued) 'pproxtmat Chloride Sprin Discharge elevation content Number Name Owner Location gpm Date (feet ppm Date Use Remarks S_______above mal) 500.-26-3 -Mrs. H. L. McGlammnry MSSEl sea. 30, 100 25 29 6-10-58 U T. 2d S., f. 19 E. 17 8-22-58 1I 1-29-59 00-227-A Lwry City of Tampa HWrSW sec. 25, 30 7 880 66-58 U Very strong a2S odor, eulfur T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 980 5-22-58 deposits on curb. 980 1-29-59 00-227-B North Park E. A. Vaughn NWHWi see. 56 50 5 U Formerly supplied laundry. T. 28 S., E. 1 E. 800-254-A Jackson Henry Plouff SEf4 sec. 55, 5 5 1,400 9-26-57 U T. 28 S., r,. 17 E. 1,190 8-12.58 801-226-A 10th Street Mrs. Cecil Fink SWSW sec. 19, 0 13 55 8-22-58 U Spring is diked to prevent flow. Sink T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 801-226-B -City of Tampa NWhSWJ sea. 30, 15 .29 6-1o-58 U T. 28 8., R. 19 E. 18 8-22-58 801-227-A Purity Purity Springs NtDaHWk see. 25L 500 7 21 2-17-58 P Water Co. T. 28 S., R. 1 2. 25 6-12-58 16 1-29-58 801.227-B Sulphur City of Tampa SWhNEt sac. 2S, Max 75,000 85-45 7 212 9-20-56 R Average flow based on T. 28 S., R. 18 E. Min 5,800 2-12-54 500 10-25-57 79 measurements during period Avg 57,000 237 6-19-58 1917-59. 801-227-C Richardson Hedrick Estate SWHEDe see. 25, 210 5 1,330 5-11-55 P T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 53 8-19-58 802-226-A Trinity A. J. Hanna SWSW} see. 18, -14 31 8-22-58 Spring flowed from orifice into T. 28 S., R. 19 E. pool--then out orifice on other aide of pool; ceased flow 7-10-58 following earthquake. 802-227-A Blue Sink Douglas McMichael SE.NWb sec. 13, 9,000 15 Spring flows from orifice into T. 28 S., R, 18 E. pool--then out orifice on other aide of pool. 804-218-A -Allen Paul, Jr. SEINW& see. 4, 20 30 U On east bank of Hlillsborough River, T. 28 S., R. 20 S. 5 miles north of Cowhouse Creek. 805-219-A -illiam Fink SESES sec. 29, 500 30 U SDring is 150 feet I1W of T. 27 S., R. 20 E. coation corner. 808-205-A -W. A. Albritton SC1NE, sec. 15, -90 On south bank of Blackwater Crack, T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 50 feet vest of ccnal.

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Table J1.Cheirnical Anl4)yas o Spring Wat.r (Xolt; Number preceding sta;toa name ta location number on figure 2, and number fntlowing ita&ion name it spring number appearlng on tabl) 2) Chemical analyses In pars per a il on except ipacitf:L cn uctn. p H, and color Dissolved Hardness Speciflt solids as CaMc conductMag. -o aGeO T-mof discharge Silica Iron tm alum Sodiuam sua bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magno carbonKhoa olAture collection (ofa) (<0)1(o) r)(Ca) (Mg) (na) (K) (HOC) (580) (Cl) (F) (N0O) (P04) lated ao0c C tum ste at 25'C) pH or AsE ('r) (17) LITHIA SPRIING AT LITHIA, VIA, (Major Spring) (751-213A) No. 7, 196...I. 45.1 19 0.00o 8 12 14 132 81 22 -0.1 -271 194 866 431 7.I 2 7 Dec. 12........... 1 43.3 17 .00 58 12 8.0 130 74 20 -.0 --253 194 88 418 7. 4 76 May 28, 1957...... I 46.9 15 .01 57 13 9.9 132 76 21 0.1 .0 0.0 257 196 88 419 7. -Oct. 1.." ........ -15 .01 61 91.2 128 86 24 .3 .2 .0 277 190 85 424 7.4 3 June 24, 1958..... -15 .00 60 9.4 18 130 85 22 .3 .9 .05 275 188 82 434 7., 0 77 (17) LITHIA SPRINOG AT LITHIA, LA. (Minor Spring) (751-213B) Nov. 7. 1956..... I 10.0 17 0.00 62 12 12 133 85 22 -0.4 276 204 95 451 7., 2 76 o. 12 ........... 12.0 20 .00 61 13 4.8 130 77 21 -.0 261 206 99 439 7. 3 May 28, 1957...... I 13.0 16 .00 55 17 8,5 132 82 22 0.1 .9 266 207 99 439 7. 0 Oct. 6........... -14 .01 2 IS 15 133 85 I4 .4 .278 200 90 433 7.4 2 76 June 24, 1958..... -14 .01 65 9.2 1 130 84 22 .3 .7 271 200 94 449 7.4 5 77 (18) 8ULPUR 8PRIN0., VIA. (801-227B) May 1, 1956....... 1 34.6 8.5 0.01 74 13 100 1.3 157 78 170 -0.2 ----110 901 7. 15 -Sept. 20.......... 43.7 9.9 .02 80 17 115 -152 92 212 -.3 -601 -270 145 1070 7. 5 81 Nov. 8............ 52.3 13 .02 77 13 110 -148 79 200 -.0 -565 -246 124 1030 7. 28 -76 De0. 17........... 55.6 14 .00 75 14 92 -154 73 172 -.0 -516 -244 118 945 7. 7 -7 Ja 30, 1957...... 38.6 10 .01 78 14 98 -160 74 182 0.1 .0 0.3 35 -252 121 962 7. 7 74 Mar. 7 .......... I 47.5 11 .01 79 14 115 -160 79 206 .0 .0 .1 583 -254 124 1050 7. 6 --Apr. 18.......... I 57.7 9.5 .00 78 13 109 -155 82 193 .2 .1 .0 561 -248 121 991 7. 5 -75 June 4............ 63.9 9.9 .02 74 15 109 -148 79 198 .0 .5 .0 55 -246 124 984 7.4 5 -76 July 18........... 59.0 9.8 .01 73 13 106 -150 71 190 .0 .0 .2 537 -236 112 942 7. 2 -76 Aug. 28...........I 87.3 7.5 .03 64 15 116 -58 77 245 .0 .0 .0 554 -221 174 1080 6. 22 -Oct. 9............ 103 7.2 .05 61 14 123 -102 74 222 .8 1.2 .2 553 -210 126 1010 7. 37 -76 Oct. 21 (11 a.m.). 80.6 8.9 .05 67 8.0 104 3.2 126 70 200 .0 2.2 .3 526 583 200 96 962 7. 12 -76 Oot. 21(2:05 p.m.) 97.5 8.9 .02 69 13 115 -128 70 210 .2 2.1 .1 551 -226 120 1030 7. 7 0.0 76 Oct. 22 (7 a.m).. I 94.1 8.9 .01 86 25 224 -134 110 410 .2 1.7 .0 932 -318 208 1720 7. 6 .0 75 Oct. 22(830 a.m.) I 101 8.9 .02 83 26 233 -138 108 420 .2 1.8 .0 949 -314 201 1720 7. 6 .0 75 Oct. 22(10:06s.a.) -9.3 .04 90 31 230 7.4 132 118 450 .0 3.2 .3 1000 100 352 244 1810 7. 7 .0 75 Oct. 23........... -8.7 .01 98 29 254 -164 112 470 .2 1.9 .1 1050 -364 229 1990 7. 5 -75 Oct. 25(11l450a..) I 9..2 9.6 .02 76 43 271 -148 122 00 .2 1.8 .0 1100 -366 245 2060 7. 3 .0 75 Oct. 25(1:15 p.m.) I 53.3 25 .01 91 23 226 -138 108 415 .2 2.9 .1 959 -322 208 1740 7. 7 .0 76 NOT. 26........... 1 57.1 9.7 .01 74 13 108 -144 68 201 .2 .4 .0 545 -238 120 1030 7. 3 .0 76 Jan. 2, 1958...... 1.8 29 .01 42 8.5 -20 0 -18 3.8 .0 4.6 196 -140 124 341 6. 55 .1C 75 Feb. 27........... 1 67.3 9.0 .00 83 10 120 -145 85 214 .1 .1 .06 592 -248 129 1070 7. 5 -74 Apr. 24........... I 67.2 9.4 .01 80 13 131 -147 90 229 .2 .3 .04 625 -23 132 1120 7.3 5 -75 June 19........... 44.8 10 .00 74 13 102 -152 76 182 ..1 .12 532 -238 114 967 7.1 2 .0 75 Aug. 19........... 79.2 9.7 .00 78 16 132 -148 237 .1 .4 .05 634 -260 139 160 7.1 5 .0 76 Oct. 14.......... I 56.4 9.9 .00 78 13 123 -144 85 218 .2 .4 .03 599 -248 130 599 7. 5 .0 76

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Table 3. (Continued) Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Dissolved Hardness Specific solids as CaC0s conductNagPoanceu TamDate Mean CalnetasBicaCbloluoNiPhos CalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron ciu sum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phat cuat magnecarbonmhos Colature collection (cfs) (810.) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (COS) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (P04) lated 180C slum ate at 25"C) pH or ABS ("F) BUCKHORN SPRING, FLA. (753-218A) Apr. 26, 1956..... | 1.9 0.01 56 11 15 0.7 135 66 24 0.4 0.0 I 74 I 414 8.3 1 5 IEUREA SPRINGS, FLA. (759-220A) May 1 1956....... I 1.0 11 0. 60 6.9 4.9 0.4 18 46 8. 0.3 0o. 216 178 48 361 7.9 20 75 July 1, 1958..... 13 .01 60 6.0 4.7 .3 159 41 8.0 .1 .1 0.1 211 228 174 44 327 7.5 4 75 PURITY SPRINGS, FLA. (801-227A) July 20, 1923..... 8.9 0.07 45 3.4 6.0 142 3.6 11 -0.3 157 126 ---May 1, 1956....... 1.2 9.7 .01 55 3.6 14 .7 164 12 24 -4.5 --18 407 7.4 10 Feb. 17, 1958..... 9.8 .05 52 4.9 5.5 137 12 21 0.1 9. 0.0 225 10 38 300 7.5 0 May 26............ ----6.3 ---295 Jan. 29, 1959 .... 5.8 -56 3.0 4.4 139 16 22 .0 -175 -12 38 363 7.6 3 75 0PALMA CEIA SPRINGSi-FM. (755-229A) Aug. 26, 1923..... 17 0.1 10 15 100 249 29 231 o0. 6953 334 -I-May 2, 1956....... 0.5 15 .02 95 10 84 2.5 192 28 168 0.2 .0 -120 932 7.9 5 Apr. 1, 1957...... --82 6.3 -170 ---232 62 7.3 LOWRY SPRINGS, FLA. (800-227A) Jan. 29, 1959..... 12 1 162 47 1 29 1 2 01 192 980 I0.0 020 598 433 3640 7.5 51 76 UNNAMED SPRING, FLA. (800-226B) Jan. 29, 1959..... 68 1.6 3.9 1 174 16 18 0.0 206 176 34 386 [7.7 11 75 RICHARDSON SPRING, FLA. (801-227C) May 11, 1955...... I I I I 330 540 1 390 1 7.2 E Discharge estimated 1 Result of discharge measurement

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Table 4. Measured Flow of Selected Springs (Note: lumber preceding spring name refers to location In figure 2) (16) ucthorn Spring near Riverview (753-218A Buckhorn Creek PumPage Total Dats Belwc spring Above spring fram spring spring flow mv 1, 1946 ---11.0 Apr. 25, 1956 9.58 2.61 -* 6.77 Sept. 25, 1956 34.6 26.9 4.36 12.1 ow1. 7, 1956 9.72 2.50 4.63 11.8 DI. 18, 1956 --4.46 13.0 Jan. 30, 1957 8.60 2.55 4.55 10.6 Mar. 12, 1957 10.5 3.94 4.40 11.0 Apr. 24, 1957 9.72 3.07 3.95 10.6 Jine 4, L957 12.6 3.23 4.30 13.7 July 18, 1957 12.4 3.20 4.30 13.5 Aug. 28, 1957 13.8 5.68 4.30 12.4 act. o1, 1957 16.2 7.76 4.85 15.3 Nov. 25, 1957 11.8 3.18 4.35 13.0 Jan. 3, 1958 11.5 3.79 4.72 12.4 Apr. 29, 1958 12.5 4.83 3.61 11.3 June 20, 1958 8.84 2.91 3.70 9.63 Aug. 19, 1958 20.6 11.o 4.15 13.8 oct. r, 1958 13.6 4.01 4.01 13.6 *Pumpaeg not included (17) Lithia Springs near Lithia (751-213A and 751-215B) Major spring Minor spring Total flow IDate (751-213A) (751-215B) of springs Jan. 8, 1934 47.8 1.00 48.8 Apr. 9, 1935 38. 8.95 47.4 Nov. l8, 1941 39.6 11.9 51.5 Apr. 13, 1943 38.4 .79 39.8 Apr. 30, 1946 53-2 11,0 64.2 June 18, 1954 44.0 9.64 53.6 Apr. 25, 1956 39.7 8.37 48.1 ept. 25, 1956 42.5 9.08 51.6 Nov. 7, 1956 45.1 10.0 55.1 Dec. 12, 1956 43.3 12.0 55.3 an29, 1957 38.1 9.37 47.5 10

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Table 4. (Continued) (17) Lithia Springs near Lithia (751-213A and 751-213B) -continued Major spring Minor spring Total flow Date (751-213A) (751-2135B) of springs May 28, 1957 46.9 13.0 59.9 Nov. 19, 1957 54.7 12.8 67.5 Dec. 31, 1957 45.8 12.1 57.9 Feb. 25, 1958 44.4 12.8 57.2 June 17, 1958 50.4 12.0 62.4 Sept. 30, 1958 56.8 15.4 72.2 (18) Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs (801-227B) Discharge Discharge Discharge Discharge Date (cfs) (mgd) Date (cfs) (ngd) Feb. 24, 1917 35.5 22.9 Dec. 8, 1932 38.7 25.0 Feb. 6, 1929 25.8 16.7 Jan. 3, 1933 39.6 25.6 May 9, 1930 92.3 59.7 Feb. 15, 1933 37.7 24.4 Feb. 6, 1931 46.1 29.8 Mar. 8, 1933 41.5 26.8 Mar. 18, 1931 80.0 51.7 Apr. 4, 1933 44.9 29.0 Apr. 6, 1931 69.8 45.1 May 4, 1933 56.8 36.7 May 6, 1931 72.0 46.5 June 5, 1933 40.6 26.2 June 24, 1931 54.2 35.0 July 6, 1935 43.5 28.1 July 17, 1931 31.0 20.0 Aug. 2, 1933 82.6 53.4 Aug. 8, 1931 40.5 26.2 Oct. 18, 1933 57.4 37.1 Sept. 3, 1931 38.4 24.8 Dec. 4, 1933 41.1 26.6 Sept. 13, 1931 51.4 33.2 Jan. 8, 1934 31.1 20.1 Oct. 7, 1931 74.6 48.2 Feb. 12, 1934 12.9 8.34 Nov. 12, 1931 58.8 38.0 Mar. 19, 1934 29.2 18.9 Dec. 4, 1931 44.7 28.9 Apr. 16, 1934 47.9 31.0 Jan. 9, 1932 51.0 33.0 May 4, 1934 27.7 17.9 Feb. 12, 1932 54.1 35.0 .June 11, 1934 34.1 22.0 Mar. 10, 1932 39.4 25.5 Apr. 5, 1935 20.8 13.4 Apr. 7, 1932 24.7 16.0 Aug. 3, 1945 163 105 June 8, 1932 23.6 15.3 Aug. 6, 1945 154 99.5 July 6, 1932 49.1 31.7 Aug. 15, 1945 110 71.1 Aug. 4, 1932 34.6 22.4 Oct. 5, 1945 102 65.9 Sept. 9, 1932 48.8 31.5 Mar. 12, 1946 70.4 45.5 Oct. 4, 1932 26.6 17.2 May 2, 1946 48.3 31.2 Nov. 16, 1932 38.2 24.7 Nov. 8, 1946 65.3 42.2 11

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Table 4. (Continued) (18) Sulphur Springs at Sulphur Springs (801-227B) -continued) Discharge Dscharge Diacharge Discharge Date (cfr) (seo) Date (cfs) (mgd) Mr 1, 1956 34.6 22.4 Oct. 22, 1957 94.1 60.8 June 19, 1956 40.7 26.3 Oct. 22, 1957 101 65.3 Aug. 8, 1956 39.3 25.4 Oct. 25, 1957 91.2 58.9 ** Sept. 20, 1956 43.7 28.2 Oct. 25, 1957 5353 34.4 Nov. 8, 1956 52.3 33.8 Nov. 26, 1957 57.1 36.9 Dec. 17, 1956 55.5 35.9 Jan. 2, 1958 51.8 33.5 Jan. 30, 1957 38.6 24.9 Feb. 27, 1958 67.3 13.5 Mar. 7, 1957 47.5 30.7 Apr. 24, 1958 67.2 13.1 Apr. 18, 1957 57.7 37.3 June 19, 1958 44.8 29.0 June 1i, 1957 63.9 10.0 Aug. 19, 1958 79.2 51.2 JU~l 18, 1957 59.0 37.0 Oct. 14, 1958 56.1 36.5 Aug. 28, 1957 87.3 54.7 Dec. 5, 1958 54.8 35.4 Oct9, 1957 103 66.6 Jan. 30, 1959 44.5 28.8 Cct. 21, 1957 80.6 52.1 ** May 21, 1959 79.1 51.1 Oct. 21, 1957 97.5 63.0 Made iure very unfavorable conditions Pegul1ated 12

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Table 5. Streamflow Records Ident. oGage Drainage Idean Ectremes Streamflov no. Location datum area Discharge Maximum discharge Minimum dicharge gaging station name fig. 2 of gage (t mel) Period of record (sq mi) (cfe) (cfa) (oas) Alafia River at Lithia 19 Lat 27'52'19", 9.86 Jas. 1953 to 335 350 19,500 Sept. 7, 1933 6.6 June.5, 6, 1945 long 8212'41" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Blackwater Creek near lnights 20 Lat 28*08'25", 70.56 Jan. 1951 to 110 84.1 1,800 Sept. 27, 1953 0.7 May 25, 1952 long 82'09'00" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Brooker Creek near Odessa 11 Lat 28'08'15", 30.00 April 1946 to 10 7.46 180 Aug. 23, 1949 No flow many days long 8235'40" June 1956 Bullfrog Creek near Wimauma 21 Let 27047'30", 0.00 Sept. 1956 to 29.1 958 Apr. 16, 1958 No flow Jne 4, 5, long 82'21109" Oct. 1958 7, 10-21, 1958 Cypress Creek 22 Lat 28*o4'53", 31.58 May 1956 to (Periodic near Sulphur Springs long 82'24'1" Mar. 1959 measurements -see table 9) Drainage ditch at Beares Ave., 23 Let 28'05'15", 30.00 July 1946 to 12 107 observed No flow many days near Sulphuir Springs long 82*27'55" Sept. 1956 Sept. 23, 27, 1947 lint Creek near thonotosassa 15 Let 28'04'04" 32.16 Sept. 1956 to 60 317 Aug. 9, 1957 No flow June 7-24, long 82'16'04" Dec. 1958 1958 Hanna Lake Outlet near Lutz 7 Lat 28'08'i0", 30.00 April 1946 to 2.44 46 Sept. 24, 1947 No flow many days long 82'26'35" Sept. 1951. Hillaborough River near Harney 24 Let 28'03'15", 19.14 October 1933 to 630 546 11,700 June 20, 1934 46 observed long 82'21'52" Dec. 1939 Apr. 29, 1938 Hillsborough River near Tampa 25 Let 28001'25", 0.00 Oct. 1938 to 650 586 9,690 July 28.30, No flow Nov. 30 to long 82025'40" Sept. 1958 (cont.) 1945 Dec. 2, 1945 Prior to establishment of gage 16,500 measured Sept. 9, 1933 Hllsborough River 26 Let 2809', 33.28 Oct. 1939 to 220 268 5,920 observed 48 observed near Zephyrhills long 82*14' Sept. 1958 (cont.) Sept. 19, 1947 June 11-17, 1945 Hutchins Lake Outlet near Lute 9 Let 28'07'40", Arbitrary April 1946 to 2.7 1.45 28 Aug. 14, 1947 No flow many days long 82*29'15" Sept. 1952 Little ,Mnatee River 27 Let 27'40'15", 2.17 March 1939 to 145 176 9,450 June 24, 1945 1.2 June 6, 7, 1945 near Winauma long 82*21'10" Sept. 1958 (cont.) North Prong Alafia River 28 Let 27'53'01", 38.56 May 1950 to 175 147 3,890 Sept. 7, 1950 3.6 May 17, 1952 near Keysvlle long 82'06'01" Sept. 1958 (cont.) Pemberton Creek near Dover 29 Let 28*01'34", 53.04 Aug. 1956 to 24 258 Aug. 6, 1957 1.1 Oct. 18, 1958 long 82*14'12" Dec. 1958 Rocky Creek 50 Let 28*02'23", -0.15 Jan. 1953 to 35 31.8 697 Sept. 27, 1953 0.4 May 12-16, near Sulphur Springs long 82834'31" Dec. 1958 (cont.) June 9, 10, 1955 Simile Creek at Tampa 31 Lat 27"57'59", 0.00 Sept. 1956 to 28 822 Feb. 26, 1958 14 daily long 82a22'07" Dec. 1958 (cont.) Dec. 21-23, 1956 Sweetwater Creek 32 Let 28'02'33" 30.68 Oct. 1951 to 6.4 4.65 85 Aug. 9) 1957 No flow many days near Sulphur Springs long 8230'44" Sept. 1958 (cont.)

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Table 6, Chrnic.l Aralyoes Li Str8:i W*a r (Hotel Numbers precud4ing itroe n*aes refor to ncati on an flgure 3) Chemical analyes in part peor mll.ion except apecflc conductance .pJ!2H nd color DIis piolved Hardness spectl solids as CQO, conductM4gPoI "e Tom Date Mens al nstaslearChiao fluo. Ni. Phos CalResldue Caloium, Non. (mioroperof discharge Silit Iron lum slum Sodium lum bonat Sulfate rid rid de trate phate cuat magsncarbono abo Colaiture colloetion (cfs) (810,) (FO) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (X) (100,) (804) (CI) (F) (NO.) (P04) lated 180'C uiim te at 2'C) pH or AS (*F) (27) LITTL8 MANATEE RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA. Sept. 24, 196,... -57 6.8 0,08 4,4 1.7 4.1 -10 1.8 12 -0.2 -. ~ 35s -18 10 so .2 120 Oct 1-10.......... 347 5.4 .20 3,6 1,9 5,1 0.3 6 2.2 11 0.4 .3 -33 73 17 12 55 ,0 250 Oct, 11-20........ 95.8 6.7 22 3.4 ,1 5.1 .3 9 2.0 16 .4 .2 -41 66 17 10 60 .5 250 Oct. 21-31,,...... 69.6 6.7 .18 4.4 1.8 53 .2 11 1.5 11 ..1 -37 60 18 10 64 .7 180 Nov. 1-10.......... 24.5 7. .15 .2 2.3 5.0 .2 18 2.2 12 .4 .1 -44 53 22 8 70 .8 110 Nov. 11-20........ 20.3 7.5 .11 4.8 2.4 4.6 .2 20 2.5 10 .4 .1 -43 43 22 6 68 B.9 65 Nov. 21-30........ 17.6 7.3 ,11 5.6 2.1 4.6 .2 21 3.2 9.0 .4 .1 -43 40 22 6 70 .8 60 Dec. 1-10......... 18.3 9.4 .10 .4 2.1 4.3 .2 21 2.8 9.5 .3 .1 -44 36 22 6 I 7 3.8 I De, 11-20.. ...... 16.2 6.8 .10 .0 2.3 4.3 .2 22 2.2 95 ..1 -42 37 22 4 68 7.1 55 Dec. 21-31....... 19.1 7.0 .12 4.8 2.4 4.3 .3 21 2. 8.8 .4 .1 -41 41 22 5 67 .0 7 Jan. 1-10 1957... 17.6 6.0 .08 4.8 2.4 4.4 .3 21 2.5 9.8 .3 .1 -41 42 22 5 68 s .9 s6 Jan. 11-26....... 18.7 6.0 .10 5.0 2.7 4.3 .3 22 2.8 9.8 .3 .1 -42 39 24 68 .9 70 SJan. 21-31.......... 52.7 7. .07 4.8 2.9 .4 .3 13 8.0 12 2 .2 1.2 50 75 24 14 83 ,8 70 Feb. 1-10......... 20.1 7.2 .08 4.8 2.9 5.5 .2 18 5.2 10 .3 .2 1.0 46 66 24 9 78 .1 75 Feb. 11-20........ 16.6 5.9 .07 4.4 3.2 4.9 .1 21 3.5 9.0 .2 .3 1.4 43 56 24 7 74 .1 65 oeb. 21-28........ 94.0 7.4 .26 4.0 2.7 5.9 .3 11 6.5 11 .2 .3 .8 45 77 21 12 72 .8 130 Mar. 1-10......... 298 6.1 .10 5.2 1.0 6.7 .4 7 6.8 13 .3 .3 .9 44 88 17 12 76 .0 180 MNa. 11-20........ 85.6 6.3 .18 3.2 2.2 6.1 .1 10 4.8 12 .2 .5 1.3 42 62 17 9 69 .6 160 Mar. 21-31........ 1111 5.7 .12 3.2 2.2 5.8 .1 9 4.8 11 .2 .5 1.2 39 67 17 10 66 .5 170 Apr. 1-10......... 260 4.1 .12 3.6 2.8 5.6 .5 7 5.2 11 .3 .2 1.2 38 67 20 15 63 .4140 Apr. 11-20........ 101 5.8 .17 4.0 1.8 5.9 .5 10 5.8 11 .3 .5 1.2 42 68 18 10 66 .8 110 Apr. 21-30........ 40.7 6.7 .15 5.2 1.8 5.6 .4 17 5.8 10 .4 .1 1.3 46 57 20 6 73 .2 90 May 1-10.......... 80.7 5.5 .10 3.8 1.6 5.3 .4 10 5.5 10 .2 .2 1.2 39 65 16 8 63 .8 120 May 11-20......... 391 3.9 .07 2.4 2.2 4.6 .4 4.8 12 .6 .0 0 35 59 15 8 52 .0 130 Nay 21-31.......... 67.1 5.9 .17 4.2 1.6 4.9 .4 14 3.5 12 .4 .2 0 40 67 17 6 66 .7 120 June 1-10, 1957... 111 5.2 0.09 3.6 1.7 4.4 0.4 12 4.5 10 0.3 0.2 0 36 6 16 6 60 .6 100 June 11-19........ 108 5.8 .08 3.4 1.9 4.9 .4 11 4.5 10 .4 .2 0 37 59 16 8 61 .3 120 June 20-29........ 761 3.5 .07 2.0 1.3 3.1 .4 5 4.2 6.2 .2 .7 0 24 51 10 6 39 .9 110 July 1-10.......... 226 4.6 .10 2.4 1.5 3.8 .4 7 4.2 9.0 .2 .1 0 30 54 12 6 48 .0 130 July 11-20........ 171 4.9 .08 2.2 1.7 3.9 .2 8 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 30 55 12 6 47 .2 150 July 21-31........ 313 4.1 .08 2.4 1.5 3.4 .4 7 3.0 9.2 .3 .1 0 28 53 12 6 42 .0140 Aug. 1-10......... 1206 3.5 .06 2.0 1.0 3.3 .4 6 2.8 7.2 .3 .1 0 24 45 j 9 4 38 .7130 Aug. 11-20........ 197 5.4 .10 3.2 1.0 3.7 .4 9 3.5 9.0 .4 .1 0 31 0 12 4 46 .2130 Aug. 21-31........ 64.8 6.6 .09 3.6 2.7 4.2 .3 11 4.5 8.0 .2 .6 -36 55 20 11 53 .8 90 Sept. 1-10........ 155 5.3 .07 2.6 1.9 4.3 .6 10 4.0 8.5 .3 .4 -33 8 14 6 52 .4110 Sept. 11-20....... 204 2.0 .08 2.8 1.1 4.1 .4 8 3.2 8.2 .2 .5 -26 58 12 5 46 .1 20 Sept. 21-30....... 327 4.3 .08 2.8 1.3 4.0 .7 7 2.8 7.5 .2 .4 -27 50 12 7 46 .9 110 Time-weighted 120 averg....... 171 8 0.11 3.8 2.0 4.8 0.3 12 3.9 10 0.3 0.2 --57 18 8 61

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Table 6. (Continued) Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pB, and color--Continued Dissolved Eardness Specific solids as CaC3 conducta Poanc TeDate Mean Cal-taBicaroNPhosCalesidue Calu, Non( icroperof discharge Silica Iran olum slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trat phate cuat magnecarbonhos Colature collection (fs ) (810,) (Fe) (C) () (Na) (K) (HC3 ) (50s) (Cl) (7) (NO) (PO4) lated 180'C saum ate at 28C) pH or AB8 (pF) (27) LITTLE MANATEE RIVER NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA.--Continued Oct. 1-10, 197... 842 3.9 0.12 2.0 1.2 3.5 0.6 6 2. 7.0 0.2 0.4 -24 53 10 5 41 .9 140 Oct. 11-20........ 81.8 6.1 .09 3.4 1.7 4.4 .4 12 3.5 8.0 .3 .3 -34 84 16 6 57 .5 110 Oct. 21-31........ .34.2 6I. .07 3.8 2.2 4.4 .4 1s 3.5 8.2 .3 .2 -37 52 18 6 63 8.7 1 -Nov. 19........... 40 6.6 .08 16 2.4 4.8 -50 5.5 9.2 .3 .0 0.8 71 -50 9 123 .2 605 .16 Dec. 31........... 139 8.4 .01 52 4.5 7.8 -154 20 12 .3 .0 .2 181 -148 22 321 7.9 27 .04 Feb. 25, 1958..... 63 17 .05 4.0 1.3 5.1 -11 3.8 9.2 .2 .0 .88 47 -16 6 60o .6 70 Apr. 22........... 156 6.9 .07 3.4 .9 3.4 -9 2.0 6.5 .2 .1 1.5 29 -12 4 46 6.3 120 June 17........... 13 4.3 .04 4.0 2.8 4.9 1.0 19 3.2 7.0 .5 .0 1.2 38 43 22 6 9 6.6 35 Aug. 12........... 905 4.0 .09 2.8 .7 2.2 .6 5 .8 4.0 .3 .0 .63 19 55 10 6 39 5.4 150 (21) BULLFROG CREEK NEAR WIMAUMA, FLA. Sept. 24, 1956.... .0 3.9 0.02 4.0 1.7 7.4 8 7.5 13 -0.0 -41 17 10 70 .0 200 -Nov. 1............ 3.2 4.8 .10 4.0 1.9 6.2 9 4.2 14 -.1 -40 18 10 74 1.2 140 SDe. 12............ .6 1.9 .04 5.6 2.9 5.3 13 7.0 14 -.0 -43 26 16 89 .5 80 -Jan 22, 1957...... 12 2.5 .06 4.6 2.6 8.3 12 9.5 14 0.2 .1 -48 22 12 91 .7 85 -Mar. 6............ 84 5.4 .10 3.8 2.1 9.2 6 8.8 18 .1 .0 0.53 49 18 13 87 .6 150 -Apr. 17........... 9.2 3.5 .09 2.8 1.7 6.9 6 3.0 13 .3 .5 .47 35 14 9 66 .0 110 May 28............. 4.9 4.5 .04 2.6 1.7 6.7 6 5.0 12 .1 .3 .49 36 14 8 60 .6 120 July 17........... 5.8 3.1 .13 2.4 1.2 4.8 7 2.0 9.5 .0 .0 .48 27 11 6 50 .6 120 Aug. 26........... 10 5.5 .13 3.4 1.7 5.1 9 3.0 11 .1 .0 .36 35 16 8 61 .9 150 -Oct. 1............ 102 4.6 .10 2.8 .7 5.8 9 2.5 8.0 .3 .2 .32 30 10 2 47 .0 180 Nov. 19........... 1.9 3.1 .04 3.6 2.2 6.4 12 3.8 12 .3 .1 .1 38 18 8 72 .7 80 .02 Dec. 31........... 15 4.4 .03 4.0 1.5 6.7 6 4.5 14 .3 .0 .61 39 16 11 82 .9 150 -Feb. 25, 1958..... 7.3 3.7 .04 4.0 1.2 6.7 7 4.8 13 .2 .2 .27 38 15 10 74 .2 65 Apr.. 22........... 25 3.3 .02 3.2 1.0 3.4 8 2.5 7.0 .2 .0 .37 25 12 6 48 .1 190 Aug. 12........... 79 5.1 .14 3.2 .9 3.4 5 1.5 7.8 .3 1.1 1.06 27 12 8 50 .4 190 Sept 30........... 4.8 6.9 .12 2.4 1.7 4.6 4 3.0 11 .3 .2 .42 33 13 10 s9 1.5 160 .09 (19) ALAFIA RIVER AT LITHIA, FLA. Sept. 26, 1986.... 369 19 0.02 31 7.9 3.4 -29 71 14 -0.4 -11 -110 86 262 7. 100 Nov. 1 .......... 118 34 .06 62 8.1 --22 131 12 -.1 19 277 -188 170 422 6. 5 Dec. 12........... 73 59 .06 78 11 --21 169 11 -.0 28 366 -240 222 518 6. 15 Jan. 29, 197.... 153 31 .01 45 8.1 19 -14 111 15 3.8 .2 40 280 -146 134 345 6. 45 Mar. 6............ 437 25 .05 26 6.1 --12 20 15 6.0 .0 21 104 -90 80 235 6. 85 Apr. 23........... 297 18 .11 25 5.2 5.3 -16 3 12 .0 .0 22 136 -84 71 213 6.7 90 June 3............ 372 22 .03 33 6.9 9.2 1.6 8 59 11 3.7 .3 38 134 -111 104 256 6. 60 July 9........... 256 24 .10 33 6.9 8.2 .8 11 57 10 3.6 .3 29 178 -111 102 253 6. 90 Aug. 22............ 433 26 .02 ---10 86 9.5 9.0 .1 32 225 ---296 6. 55 Oct. 1-10......... 1404 15 .25 18 8.1 7.4 1.1 21 33 9.8 2.5 .2 14 116 134 66 49 164 6. 90

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Tibhl 6, (Cuntinuvd) -__ __ ___wCh itlnl ulyiipm*in pCrlB.pa' aii4tal Xyupt Npuulrl conginiutjIi .p nd iu urt u-o-Contljnugd _i_ IwUigaeolved Hmarlnsi BpUeVt i uoltd ao ccC0 oaondo4tMUypoane TomDate Mean CalnetialcsarChloFluoNiPlhoaCaRResdue Calotuno Non(mltroperof dicoharge Btla Iron olium sil Sodtunals um bonatu Sulfate rid rid. trate phato auat mgneParbon. phose 01Iture collection (o) () (1Oa) (fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO1) (804) (CI) (F) (NO$) (PO0) iJted 1BO*C etum te a at 5C) pH or ABBS (F) (18) ALAFIA RIVER AT LITHIA, FLA,--Continued Oct. 11-20....,... 295 20 ,16 30 6,6 9,2 ,O S 58 12 3.0 ,S 24 175 186 102 84 244 6,E 55 0t, 21-31,,.. 166 24 ,07 43 8,4 9,8 1,0 29 76 14 3.2 .4 20 223 238 142 118 308 6, 45 NOV. 1-10,,,,., 128 31 ,03 62 9,1 10 1,0 16 110 14 3,3 .0 52 309 310 192 179 415 6, 40 NoV 11-20,,,,,,.. 127 37 .01 78 12 11 1,2 9 162 15 3.4 .1 61 385 402 244 236 502 6, 25 Nov, 21-30,,,,,... 132 40 .01 79 16 13 1,3 6 168 16 3,5 .1 82 419 431 263 258 532 6.S 3 Dec, 1-10,,,,... 1566 32 01 63 20 12 1.2 3 155 17 3.5 .1 70 375 387 239 236 490 6.4 30 Dee, 11-20...... 144 31 ,03 68 14 13 2 3 14 135 18 3.4 .0 65 366 369 227 216 483 6. 30 Dec, 21-30........ 221 32 .03 57 13 12 1.8 10 129 18 3.4 .1 63 334 337 196 188 432 6, 40 Doc, 31-Jan, 1-10, 195 ............ 353 34 .07 43 ,5 14 1.8 29 76 19 3.0 ,2 41 252 254 130 106 322 6 655 Jan, 11-20........ 329 36 ,04 49 6.2 16 1.8 23 87 20 5,0 .3 40 281 279 148 129 364 6. 44 Jan. 21-31........ 112 22 .06 24 6,6 12 1.6 26 49 16 3.0 .5 24 170 170 87 66 233 6,1 65 Feb. 1-10......... 416 21 .06 29 7.4 12 1.2 23 57 17 3,0 .3 27 186 197 103 84 263 6. 50 Feb. 11-19........ 307 29 .06 43 5,0 13 1.2 19 75 20 3.5 .3 41 240 233 128 112 320 6. 40 Feb. 20-28........ 707 24 ,06 35 5.2 12 1.2 7 67 18 3,0 .3 33 192 206 109 104 277 6. 50 Mar. 1-10......... 1089 18 .00 26 5.1 12 1.4 22 44 18 2.5 .4 26 164 174 86 68 230 6. 90 Mar. 11-20, 1988. 534 24 0.15 31 6.0 13 1.3 26 52 18 3.0 0.5 31 193 200 102 80 250 6., 85 Mar. 21-31 ....... 800 19 .11 26 6,8 11 .9 28 49 16 2.5 .5 24 169 179 89 66 232 6. 85 Apr. 1-15......... 588 20 .15 29 5.0 12 1.0 27 48 10 2.5 .4 23 170 186 03 71 245 6.7 90 Apr. 18-30........ 801 20 ,16 29 4,3 10 .7 29 51 14 3.0 .1 28 174 176 90 66 231 6. 80 May 1-10......... 189 36 .09 53 5.4 1,5 .7 28 93 20 4.0 .7 51 293 288 154 131 380 6.7 45 May 11-20......... 327 40 .10 40 8.0 15 .8 .6 78 19 3.5 .5 41 259 266 133 111 333 6.7 65 May 21-31......... 245 32 .08 54 5.7 14 1.0 21 90 22 4.0 .5 54 287 284 158 141 380 6. 50 June 1-10......... 98.4 62 .01 100 6.9 17 1.0 12 172 22 -.2 110 497 484 278 268 590 6. 15 June 11-22........ 87.5 77 .02 117 19 19 1.3 9 222 18 .3 170 658 659 370 362 735 5. 20 June 23-28....... 261 40 .0 58 8.1 17 1.0 17 108 26 -.7 63 330 329 178 164 427 6. 45 June 29-July 10... 637 28 .20 31 4.7 10 .8 17 54 14 3.0 .5 34 183 197 97 83 239 6.4 150 July 11-20........ 193 40 .01 46 11 14 .8 0 79 18 --i .2 80 269 306 160 160 372 6. 65 July 21-31........ 135 54 .03 84 8,4 17 1.0 0 131 21 -.2 146 478 475 243 243 542 6. 45 Aug. 1-10 ......... 258 6 .13 90 .2 16 1.4 2 156 16 -.3 140 499 496 274 272 141 5. 66 Aug. 11-20........ 786 28 .21 40 4.9 10 1.1 4 55 14 9.0 .2 50 214 241 112 108 274 6. 120 Aug. 21-31,...... 279 33 .15 60 7.5 13 1.3 4 89 18 10 .2 63 287 288 156 152 351 6.5 s8 Sept. 1-10........ 683 21 .18 34 5.6 12 1.4 0 53 18 6. .3 43 195 210 108 108 261 6. 90 Sept, 11-20....... 260 30 .19 50 4.6 16 1.3 2 75 24 11 .2 65 278 286 144 142 360 6. 80 Sept. 21-30....... 172 40 .08 56 11 16 1.2 0 93 21 14 .2 78 330 345 184 184 424 6. 45 ie-weig..h.... 415 33 0.09 50 8.0 13 1.2 16 92 17 3.8 0.3 57 145 362 -61 Oct. 1, 1957..... 1220 1 0.09 22 3.4 6.0 16 33 8.0 4.4 0.1 15 115 69 56 12 .110 Nov. .........I 134 40 .0 63 12 2 122 14 6.7 .0 43 302 206 205 47 7 28 Dec. 31........... 287 9.5 .01 77 14 14 150 78 207 .2 .0 0 674 250 126 1060 7. Feb. 25, 1956..... 207 17 .01 47 6.2 8.3 7 82 19 3.2 .0 48 234 143 138 333 ,. 30I Apr. 17........... 2480 6.3---6.O 0.2 27 5 0 3.1 -9.1 -1 8 23 g_ -a.

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Table 6. (Continued) Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued ." ~ Dissolved Hardness Specific i*I solide as CaCO, conductMagoe ance TemDate Mean CalnetasBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron cium sium Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate ouat magnecarbonmhos Colature collection (acW ) (i10o) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO3) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO3) (lO) lated 180C sium ate at 250C) pH or ABS (S) (31) SIXMILE CREEK AT TAMPA, FLA. Sept. 25, 1956.... 45 11 0.02 58 6.2 12 130 65 15 02 -231 170 64 371 .5 20 -" Nov. 2............ 21 13 .01 66 7.7 11 162 62 16 -.0 -256 196 63 403 .2 9 -Dec. 10........... 16 15 .00 75 8.0 7.8 168 74 16 -.0 -279 220 82 452 .6 9 -Jan. 22, 1957..... 31 10 .06 86 10 15 168 119 18 0.2 .3 0.3 342 256 118 632 .9 20 Mar. 4............ 49 2.0 .02 46 6.6 12 88 60 17 1.4 4.2 1.3 194 142 70 340 .3 42 -Apr. 17........... 35 9.0 .01 72 7.4 9.4 150 80 16 .3 .0 .16 268 210 87 440 .6 35 -May 28............ 30 13 .02 66 9.6 3.2 160 58 14 .0 .1 .11 243 204 73 398 .0 12 July 16........... 66 10 .04 67 6.1 5.5 146 62 14 .2 .1 .28 237 192 72 393 7.6 65 Aug. 26........... 128 6.6 .06 40 2.9 6.4 95 32 9.5 .3 .0 .36 145 112 34 239 7.0 80 Oct. 1............ 113 7.4 .06 37 4.0 8.5 88 36 12 .4 .0 1.0 149 109 37 252 7.0 170 Nov. 25........... 35 12 .01 68 7.2 10 165 60 16 .3 .0 .0 255 199 64 423 7.8 .0.01 Jan. 2, 1958...... 36 11 .01 37 27 11 162 63 19 .4 .0 .20 249 204 70 436 7.6 30 -Feb. 27........... 184 12 .03 29 1.3 5.1 50 32 10 .2 .3 .82 116 78 37 194 7.0 70 Apr. 25........... 0 8.7 .02 66 4.3 B.C 146 57 14 .3 .2 .16 231 182 62 381 7.5 40 S June 19.......... 24 12 .01 70 6.0 6.0 164 54 15 .2 .1 .13 244 199 64 415 1.0 5 Aug. 18........... 111 8.5 .06 42 3.9 8.5 102 36 12 .4 .4 .82 163 121 38 278 7.3 180 Sept. 30.......... 27 14 .01 68 6.9 14 16 6 67 15 .2 ..2 268 1 198 60 424 7.6 5 .00 (26) HILLSBOROUOH RIVER NEAR ZEPHYRHILLS, FLA. Sept. 2119-6... 454 8.6 0.07 18 2.9 4.4 -0 92 11 -0.4 -79 -7 16 140 7, 1 Oct. 1i:10.......... 469 6.4 .21 22 2.4 5.0 0.4 l 7 62 11 04 .1 -87 112 65 10 141 7. 2 Oct. 11-16........ 252 7.2 .24 30 4.1 5.4 .4 94 7.5 12 .4 .1 "113 143 92 15 188 7. 220 Oct. 17-631 ........ 588 5.1 .24 20 2.4 5.0 .4 4.5 11 .4 .1 -77 106 60 14 125 7. 280 Nov. 1-10......... 170 6.7 .15 3 40 5. .2 121 7.2 12 .4 .1 -13 174 114 15 230 7. 220 Nov. 11-20........ 98.3 11 .04 45 8.9 5.5 .2 1 9 11 12 .3 .1 l177 170 149 10 303 7. 50 Nov. 21-30; ....... 77.4 12 .01 37 4.6 4.8 .3 183 11 14 .3 .1 -194 -161 11 319 7. 30 De0. 1-10.......... 72.7 12 .01 57 5.4 4.6 .3 186 10 9.0 .3 .4 -191 183 164 12 322 8. 10 Doe. 11-20........ 70.8 12 .03 58 4.3 4.4 .3 187 10 9.0 .3 .1 -190 180 162 9 323 7. 10 Dec 21-31 ........ 71.5 11 .00 67 5.4 4.6 .4 187 11 9.2 .3 .1 -191 184 164 11 323 7. 25 Jan, 1-10, 1957... 89.0 12 .00 57 4.4 4.6 .4 L86 9.2 9.5 .3 .1 100 199 160 322 7. 7 Jan, 11-20........ 67.9 9.8 .01 56 5.0 5.1 .5 185 9.3 10 .2 .1 -187 200 160 8 321 8. 10 Jan. 21-31........ 95.5 11 ..02 83 4.9 7.8 .7 172 12 14 .2 .2 0.48 189 196 152 11 323 8. 12 Feb. 1-10......... 78.8 12 .02 54 4.7 6.4 .4 178 10 12 .1 .2 .27 188 218 154 8 320 8. 10 Feb. 11-'20 ........ 73.6 12 .01 53 14,9 5.8 .2 180 8.5 9.0 .1 .2 .16 183 190 152 4 316 8. 5 Feb. 21-28........ 146 11 .05 46 4,6 8.2 1.2 150 12 14 .2 .2 .41 171 190 134 1i 301 8. 40 Mar. 1-0l...I...... 149 10 .08 44 4.9 9.1 1.7 141 14 16 .2 .1 .76 170 181 130 14 290 8. 65 Mar. 11-21 ........ 101 10 .16e 1 e6. 8.0 .8 180 32 13 .2 .1 ,47 201 191 182 21 311 8. 45 Mar. 22-Apr. 1.... 512 5.0 .14 21 2,3 8.7 1.2 60 9.0 12 .3 .3 .81 89 119 62 13 153 7. 130 Apr. 2-11......... .. 11 4.8 .19 20 4.1 6.1 .7 64 6.5 11 .3 .2 .61 8a 118 67 14 148 7. 160

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Tsble 6. (Cominuad) Chealcal s alya'ss in parts p1r mLlion exckpt spVec'fu COndctance Rs and colar.-Coat4lnued .T .Iolved o noardsas spetific Saoltids as Ca00, conductData Me a CalntBlearChlo. Fluo. NAPhosCalReldue Caloium, Non. (maroperof discbarge Silis Iron oium r aum odir iuai bonate sulfate rlde ride trate phate cu. t magnacarboan aoba 1ture coolection (cs) (10) (y) (Ca) C(M) (Na) (K) (BCo) (0.$ ) (C( ) (P) (NO) (PO04) lated 0c| sum ate at 25aC) pH or ABB (*F) Apr, .,.... 13.0 9 5.8 ,22 27 4,3 6.6 .7 84 9.5 12 .3 .3 ,6 108 134 85 16 189 7, 130 Apr. 31-30........ 162 8.2 .*09 39 3.8 6.6 .6 124 9, .11 .3 .2 .66 141 174 113 12 246 90 May l-11.......... 301 6.3 .13 28 3,4 4.8 .6 90 6.5 9.0 .3 .2 .62 104 123 84 10 182 a. 100 May 13-14,....... 182 -.09 37 3,3 --115 -9.5 .3 -69 --106 12 221 1. 90 Nay 15-18,..... 77 -.12 15 2.1 4.6 1.1 42 -8.5 .4 -,96 --46 12 114 7. 120 May 19-31, 1957.., 264 8.2 ,10 30 4.6 5,6 0.8 99 6.5 9. 0, 0.3 1 0.76 116 135 94 13 198 8. 100 June 1-10........ 211 8.1 .06 29 5.2 6.9 .9 97 8.2 10 .4 .2 .74 118 135 94 14 200 7.6 60 June 11-20........ 143 9.1 .03 41 2.8 6.5 .4 128 8.8 9.5 .5 .2 .40 142 169 114 9 242 7. 6s0 Jone 21-26, 28-30. 151 8.6 .03 41 3.8 6.2 .6 136 9.2 8.5 .4 .2 .36 146 154 118 6 250 7. 40 July 1-10........ 137 9.6 .04 42 3.9 6.2 .4 140 8.0 8.5 .3 .2 .21 148 165 121 6 253 7. 60 July 11-20........ 186 7.0 .02 37 3.3 7.1 .8 120 8.2 10 .4 .2 .39 134 144 106 8 232 7.3 50 July 21-25, 27-31, Aug. 1-4.....2... 61 5.8 .05 30 3,6 5.0 .2 97 5.8 7.5 .3 .2 .03 106 129 90 10 188 7.0 60 Aug. 6-12......... 1102 3.5 .07 13 2.9 4.3 .4 42 4. 6.0 .4 .2 .23 56 82 44 10 97 6.7 120 O Aug. 13-24........ 336 6.3 .10 26 3.2 5.7 .4 86 56. 8.0 .4 .3 .16 98 124 78 8 169 6.9 110 G Aug. 25-31........ 809 .1 .08 21 2.6 5.2 .6 65 5.5 7.0 .4 .3 .20 81 100 63 10 137 7.1 120 Sept. 1, 3-10..... 529 5.6 .11 17 4.6 5.4 .7 58 5.8 7.5 .4 .4 .39 77 -61 12 129 7.0 140 Sept. 11-20....... 763 .1 .15 16 2.7 5.4 .6 49 4.5 7.5 .4 .5 .35 67 97 51 11 113 6.8 160 Sept. 21-30....... 671 5.0 .15 18 1.9 5.4 .6 53 4.8 8.0 .5 .4 .23 71 97 53 10 118 6. 140 Time-weighted .-1 .7 I averae...... j 2385 8.3 ).09 37 4.1 5.8 0.6 119 8.9 10 0.3 0.2 0.44 -150 10 11 227 -90 Oct. 1-9, 1957.... 872 5.1 1.13 15 2.6 5.2 0.8 44 4.8 7.5 0.5 0.3 0.57 Ss 90 48 12 107 6 140 Oct. 11-20........ 260 7.3 .11 31 2.3 5.8 .4 96 6.0 9.5 .4 .2 .18 110 132 87 8 184 7. 120 Oct. 21-30....... 140 9.8 .04 46 4.6 6.1 .4 148 8.2 8.5 .6 .3 .11 158 168 134 12 268 7. 50 Nov. 21........... 104 12 .01 54 4.0 8.0 -177 8.5 10 .2 .1 .10184 -151 6 319 7. 7 Jan. 2, 196...... 123 13 .01 50 4.1 14 -161 17 14 .3 .0 1.40 193 -142 10 316 7. 23 Mar. 4............ 1360 11 .06 13 2.1 5.5 -38 5.5 11 .3 .0 .76 68 -41 10 105 7. 110 Juno 24........... 89 13 .06 68 3.3 4.4 .5 182 8.2 7.5 .2 1.0 .32 186 183 18 9 237 7. 50 Aug. 8............ 170 11 .13 42 1.2 5.2 .9 117 10 10 .3 .7 .51 140 163 110 14 238 7.100 Aug. 2............ 92 6.4 .06 41 2.3 7.4 -126 9.0 10 .3 0 .35 139 -112 8 240 7. 55

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Table 6. (Continued) Chemical analyses in parts per million except specific conductance, nH, and color-Continued Dissolved Hardness specific solids as CaCO3 conductMagPonce TeaDate Mean CalnetasBar-ChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calcium, Non(microperof discharge Silica Iron ciua lum Sodium slum bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat sgnecarbonsbos ocollection (cgs) (iO.) (le) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (BC0D) (804) (Cl) (F)) (Nc ) (l04) lated 180C sue ate at 25C) pH or ABS (.T) (15) FLINT CREEK NEAR THONOTOSASSA, FLA. Nov. 7, 1966...... 14 2.5 0.03 9.6 5.4 16 54 7.8 20 -0.1 -88 46 2 170 7.1 55 I Dec. 10........... 5.5 4.0 .03 10 6.1 15 8 78 20 -.0 -92 50 2 178 6.9 S5 May 31, 1957...... 62 2.9 .04 15 2.8 7.6 33 10 18 0.4 .3 1.5 75 49 20 161 7.3 90 Oct. 7............ ..84 3.7 .05 6.8 1.6 7.4 22 5.8 9.5 .4 .1 1.4 46 24 6 84 6.7 8010.2__ (25) HILLSBBOUG RIVER NEAR TAMPA, FLA. Sept. 26, 195 .... 436 7.7 0.10 39 2.6 5.1 97 20 13 -0.2 -136 108 28 233 7. 150 Nov. 6............ 280 9.1 .11 27 2.1 3.0 76 5.8 10 -.1 -94 76 14 164 7. 180 Dec. 18........... 42 9.4 .02 54 6.2 3.7 160 22 10 -.0 -184 160 29 316 7. 45 Jan. 22, 1957..... 29 .8 .02 50 5.6 9.2 158 22 10 0.2 .5 0.2 177 148 18 313 7. 20 Mar. 13........... 162 10 .04 48 4.4 9.2 132 27 15 .1 .0 .27 179 138 30 305 7. 83 Apr. 16........... 677 5.1 .08 24 1.9 6.4 68 7.5 12 .3 .1 .32 90 68 12 156 7. 110 May 30............ 312 5.5 .08 26 1.9 6.2 73 8.0 12 .2 .3 .84 97 73 13 160 7. 90 I July 11........... 320 6.4 .05 14 12 2.8 85 7.5 9.0 .1 .1 .30 94 84 15 175 7. 90 %' Aug. 27........... 1810 5.4 .07 20 1.5 3.4 58 5.0 7.5 .1 .1 .38 72 56 8 128 6. 110 Oct. 9............ 2420 5.1 .05 16 1.9 3.5 47 5.0 7.8 .3 .0 .32 63 48 10 108 7. 90 0. Nov. 25........... 41 9.9 .00 52 4.5 7.8 147 26 12 .2 .1 .0 184 148 28 317 7. 30 .0 Jan. 2, 198...... 259 5.1 .07 4.0 2.3 5.5 10 4.0 13 .3 .0 .72 40 20 12 76 6. 100 .1 Feb. 27........... 810 3.3 .03 34 1.7 8.0 2 12 15 .2 .0 .31 120 92 16 217 7. 50 Apr. 24........... 652 13 .07 24 1.0 6.0 64 8.0 11 .2 .0 .68 96 64 12 153 7. 200 June 19........... 57 6.9 .01 46 3.4 7.4 136 18 10 .3 .1 .05 159 129 18 273 6.8 25 .0 Aug. 14........... 1800 8.7 .06 26 .7 4.1 68 10 7.0 .3 .0 .21 90 68 12 154 7. 140 Oct. 8............ 203 8.0 .02 44 2.9 -124 20 10 .3 .1 .22 154 122 20 265 7. 0 a Time-weighted average for year ending September 30

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Table 7, Temperature of Surface Water (lotel umber nrecedir sttatton name ts location number on figure 2) (19) Alatl niver at Uthis, water year Vetober 1957 to @ept.1958, October Novenber December January February March April May June July August September T 76 6 68 5 7 65 65 .80 R 0 F .53 7. 2 -67 65 56 6 70 65 80 8 1 -82 79 3 -67 63 54 -. 68 64 80 81 78 81 79 4 75 69 60 5 50 6 67 77 81 76 82 78 S 7 68 60 0 50 6 68 75 80 77 81 79 6 75 67 w59 55 51 68 9 76 8178 81 -07 75 67 59 58 56 69 71 71 80 78 80 80 8 75 70 62 49 55 72 70 71 80 79 80 81 9 75 69 60 l9 53 72 69 71 81 80 80 10 75 67 58 48 53 70 68 72 82 81 78 t 74T 67 56 49 56 67 68 71 81 82 78-12 73 68 51 50 55 68 67 72 83 82 78 N 13 74 68 50 56 54 69 67 73 83 81 77 79 0 14 75 70 51 57 53 61 68 72 84 81 79 79 15 74 l72 -2 9 55 63 68 72 83 81 79 81 16 75 7~ 56 56 52 61 -71 83 80 79 81 17 74 71 58 56 h8 61 -73 8 81 79 82 18 7h 73 60 54 46 62 65 73 85 82 80 82 19 74 74 61 54 15 63 67 74 85 82 80 81 _20 7h 70 61 9 10 60 648 17 82 81 80 82 21 7h 69 61 56 ?? 59 69 77 82 81 79 82 22 71 69 61 58 53 58 69 77 80 82 81 82 23 74 72 62 56 55 60 70 75 78 83 80 81 24 73 72 63 60 60 62 -77 80 83 80 25 7-270 6 6 6h .. 79 78 79 82 80 L0 26 70 67 67 58 64 64 76 78 79 80 80 80 27 66 68 65 57 62 64 77 78 80 83 80 80 28 62 69 66 58 63 63 77 77 80 -79 80 29 61 69 66 57 63 75 80 78 83 79 79 30 63 68 66 56 63 79 79 75 83 80 31 6472 65 6 65 79 8 79 Avg 72 69 61 55 55 65 70 75 81 81 80 80

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Table 7. Continued (27) Little Manatee River near Winauma, water year Oct. 1956 to Sept. 1957 October Noveniber December January February March April May June July August September Day 1 77 69 57 60 70 65 68 72 82 85 8 2 77 72 58 62 70 61 68 78 82 80 80 8%: 3 77 72 58 60 74 64 73 79 75 83 80 84 4 77 76 8 60 0 63 75 7E 8 82 79 78 s 7h 71 69 9 77 79 78 78 78 6 7 71 59 66 69 6 79 81 81 78 8o 7 76 7 62 66 69 67 76 79 78 78 78 8 3 "70 65 64 73 64 74 75 -84 80 75 9 7 67 68 63 72 60 77 76 79 85 81 78 to 7h 59 63 65 73 61 72 -86 80 79 11T 7h 63 -67 68 72 6 71 73 83 87 83 80 S12 .72 69 65 65 69 65 70 78 82 85 84 83 13 72 61 7 67 6 75 80 83 8' 83 80 14 74 63 69 66 64 68 76 79 85 84 84 83 is 71 6L 71 66 62 69 72 7 86 8 86 81 16 70 66 72 68 65 68 7h 78 85 86 85 82 17 70 67 72 66 66 7h 73 80 86 85 85 83 18 70 72 7k 55 66 70 75 79 87 83 86 78 19 71 68 7k 5k 71 75 74 79 87 82 85 81 20 72 67 69 61 68 7h 77 81 80 83 86 79 21 77 68 72 63 65 73 -83 80 82 86 82 22 72 68 71 64 65 75 77 8 79 83 82 82 23 72 59 73 65 64 73 73 85 81 8s 78 83 24 70 57 71 70 -73 74 86 81 82 -83 25 70 61 6h 62 69 70 75 86 82 81 81 82 26 70 61 56 71 66 70 81 84 82 79 -78 27 70 56 57 72 68 70 80 84 79 82 81 77 28 7 51 60 72 68 66 79 79 81 83 80 76 29 68 53 61 72 -66 80 83 85 83 79 30 68 68 8 .. 69 -76 -81 82 79 31 68 __ 69 _71 80 80 82 Avg 73 65 65 65 68 68 75 79 82 83 82 80

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Table 7, Continud (26) Hillsborough !iver'' rper 2rhri.hf ls, w:-t.r Ie'.r ":t. 1956 to ?ept, 1957 October Novemnber December January Februory March April May June July August Saptmbe Doy -' 77 72 64 65 73 5 6s --727 --B5 --7 --79 2 77 72 66 64 73 66 66 71 78 00 76 3 76 72 68 66 74 67 71 76 78 80 78 78 4 76 73 68 67 7l 67 73 76 79 80 78 78 S 76 72 70 68 71 68 74 72 79 80 7 7 6 75 72 9 69 72 68 72 7 79 79 78 79 7 75 71 70 70 74 68 70 71 79 79 78 76 S 75 71 70 68 7 67 72 73 79 80 78 77 9 76 70 68 7h 6h 72 7 78 80 78 77 S70 70 72 6 70 80 80 80 79 11 75 66 70 72 7h 66 70 71 80 79 78 80 12 7 66 71 70 70 66 70 -80 78 80 80 N 13 73 68 12 A8 68 68 72 76 80 79 80 80 IN 14 73 68 7 71 68 71 73 78 80 80 80 7 15 7 770 72 68 72 72 .76 78 78 78 16 72 70 74 72 68 72 70 78 80 80 79 78 17 70 72 7 71 68 72 72 78 80 80 81 78 8 -72 74 63 68 72 72 78 80 80 -78 19 -72 .63 72 7 -79 80 80 90 78 20 -7J 66 64 7h 71h 80 80 78 80 21 72 73 70 68 72 74 00 80 79 S 80 22 -71 72 70 67 68 75 80 80 80 78 80 23 -6 72 70 67 69 74 81 80 80 78 80 24 66 71 70 68 72 75 80 80 80 78 79 25 67 70 70 70 72 74 80 78 79 74 79 26 -65 6 71 70 69 75 80 78 -74 77 27 -6 66 72 -68 76 80 -79 78 76 28 -6 67 72 70 66 76 79 79 80 78 77 29 66 66 72 66 76 80 80 79 78 78 s -68 61 72 66 76 o8 80 80 78 78 31 -66 73 j 68 78 77 79 Avg .. 69 70 69 70 69 73 77 79 79 79 78

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Table 8. Monthly Mean Discharge of Streams (In cubic feet per second) (Note: Number preceding stream name refers to location in figre 2) (19) AlRfia River at Lithia ear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr., May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec 1935 69.8 108 156 299 52.6 191 1,080 373 2,537 180 101 74.5 1954 74.4 113 137 172 96.6 1,006 779 599 523 343 61.9 67.5 1935 70.4 56.0 35.4 46.8 33.6 62.3 424 340 1,958 285 94.7 178 1936 423 1,191 527 117 45.0 157 175 281 358 535 119 107 1937 78.5 282 250 665 185 164 267 594 440 167 136 228 1938 170 88.9 72.1 28.5 35.9 236 748 570 154 1,259 369 1354 1939 105 107 49.5 48.2 71.0 959 1,293 1,596 1,046 309 106 85.6 1940 221 387 276 179 36.2 102 171 242 109 50.9 28.0 67.1 1941 144 160 184 484 43.8 173 1,546 414 254 102 190 374 1942 312 311 714 156 60.5 379 501 155 209 56.7 33.6 57.7 1943 54.4 52.2 99.6 38.0 118 843 1,945 1,370 624 220 95.9 91.0 1944 91.8 65.1 119 63.1 32.7 64.4 350 680 224 395 110 76.2 1945 205 73.3 36.3 25.0 13.0 835 2,667 1,358 835 373 119 147 1946 192 146 303 40.9 89.1 155 678 701 480 225 89.5 68.4 1947 65.2 177 493 503 166 544 691 1,072 2,528 527 286 257 .N 1948 1,009 384 261 122 30.0 28.1 404 1,478 1,097 947 139 156 W 1949 90.6 70.1 45.0 27.6 18.7 236 191 2,136 1,001 827 228 146 S1950 109 66.8 79.4 49.3 19.9 57.3 166 178 821 348 91.1 246 1951 141 180 109 528 51.5 27.0 203 342 349 343 169 120 1952 87.5 166 315 113 42.2 95.6 161 432 209 1,271 406 187 1953 580 355 151 119 36.5 254 518 913 1,810 774 718 766 1954 353 199 191 130 206 456 968 457 506 256 315 180 1955 197 182 113 132 46.2 95.1 355 384 579 136 158 110 1956 93.7 135 52.7 47.9 124 57.0 80.6 222 420 274 81.1 75.4 1957 114 142 50 444 748 407 514 1,045 1,087 67 129 177 1958 622 456 808 775 253 162 316 436 339 16 249 257 (20) Blaclwater Creek near Knights 1951 32.2 49.0 38.4 193 31.0 22.0 40.1 55.1 85.7 38.4 24.6 26.4 1952 20.4 35.5 183 33.8 68.1 77.0 77.9 211 95.0 198 53.0 24.1 1953 45.6 61.7 28.9 29.5 9.27 25.9 204 500 759 248 223 255 1954 68.2 52.7 29.4 19.2 19.0 165 164 141 35.9 18.1 27.3 22.6 1955 27.8 48.8 17.1 15.8 8.51 6.02 58.1 178 153 33.1 61.7 29.5 1956 28.7 54.5 11.9 9.27 30.5 9.87 39.2 19.1 197 152 15.0 7.58 1957 12.9 27.5 128 131 232 89.2 56.3 273 254 171 13.8 19.2 1958 67.0 106 144 123 22.1 8.47 25.3 44.8 67.6 11.5 18.7 18.1 .i

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Table 8, (Continued) (15) Fint Oreok near 'honotosaas Y.r Jai feb, Mu. Apr. My June July Au spA, te, Ny ov no, 1956 43.5 9*70 4.96 1956 9.45 15.9 71.5 o02 75.5 55,7 95.0 194 204 98.3 0o.9 36.8 19 755 800 U19 98.5 29.0 9.17 85.7 107 47.4 15,8 32.7 S6.7 (7) Inna Lake Outlet near Luts 16 0.65 1.28 3.20 5.73 11.6 6.96 2.70 1,33 S 0.49 0 0 o o 0 .06 5.40 19.8 13.9 1.3 1.22 S 3.33 2,85 1.83 0 0 0 0 6.01 6.87 5.61 .45 .38 1949 .02 0 0 0 0 0 0 .27 4.89 15.1 5.17 1.57 1950 .68 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.72 7.06 3.17 2.35 195, 2,30 2.83 .09 .24 0 0 0 0 .16 (24) Elllaborough River near aBney N 1933 408 131 106 4 1934 103 12 158 177 186 4,040 1,700 1,610 695 640 124 101 195 110 129 97.7 70.0 79.2 89.4 636 780 3,924 592 189 190 1936 464 2,027 880 187 86.5 265 442 267 271 534 210 151 1937 130 412 462 913 421 109 394 1,238 1,072 3453 16 457 1938 221 135 96.3 57.3 65.2 115 562 855 231 1,295 542 134 1939 115 96.4 66.8 70.0 89.3 485 1,913 1,521 1,524 557 116 91.9

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Table 8. (Continued) (11) Brooker Creek near Odessa Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1946 3.41 1.42 2 2.75 15.3 27.3 21.7 20.1 5.30 2.16' 1947 0.70 0.58 3.29 4.68 1.06 .o0 7.69 42.1 9.1 0.1 16.5 6.72 1948 8.57 13.2 6.16 2.08 .26 .01 .4 3.15 4.76 8.57 2.88 1.36 1949 .59 .27 o 0 0 o 0 59.9 38.0 27.7 13.5 4.62 1950 2.09 .48 .29 .04 0 0 3.87 10.9 43.7 8.21 .23 2.75 1951 4.44 3.7 1.9 1.79 .32 o 0 .92 5.45 3.50 2.35 4.04 1952 3.76 10.2 12.6 2.13 1.62 1.69 8.06 8.2 4.6 10.1 2.39 1953 1.7 2.59 1.95 4.68 2.65 .46 2.01 28.3 36.8 34.1 7.78 14.2 : 1954 1.3 3.85 1.82 1.19 .21 .35 4.10 5.11 16.2 18.2 2.88 1.47 1955 1.52 2.89 .82 .12 0 0 .06 5.57 22.6 6.82 .007 o 1956 0 0 0 0 0 0 (21) Bullfrog Creek near Wimauma 1956 36.2 1.17 0.56 1957 2.51 1.86 24.5 29.2 21.6 42.9 36.2 79.9 41.1 55.6 2.17 .7.59 19q8 55.7 47.3 78.7 108 6.69 4.56 26.5 25.8 8.52 18.1 (23) Drainage Ditch at Bearse Ave., near Sulphur Springs 1946 6.95 8.06 11.9 10.1 5.40 1.72 1947 0.09 0.05 1.89 4.89 1.47 0.13 12.8 58.3 76.1 51.1 20.2 6.09 1948 10.7 19.6 8.43 .85 .23 .58 .26 25.2 12.6 19.6 2.76 2.55 1949 1.77 .96 .26 .08 .0 .04 0 25.3 35.5 39.3 6.62 1.04 1950 .68 0 0 0 0 0 3.66 2.30 36.0 4.96 1.26 1.45 1951 2.16 3.81 .59 1.45 .36 0 0 2.16 25.1 20.4 4.08 4.21 1952 1.54 .46 4.02 4.28 .09 .25 2.36 .16.9 7.20 11.6 6.01 1.28 1953 1.45 .91 o 0 0 o 0 10.2 39.5 17.3 3.59 22.0 1954 7.92 1.19 1.08 .72 1.90 6.61 10.2 29.8 19.5 10.0 2.41 2.28 1955 2.32 3.19 *13 .06 o o .01 .12 6.79 1.29 .22 .05 1956 .01 .05 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Table 6. (Continued) (95) HitlU orough River near Taunpa Year Jan, Mb' Fib Ma -Apr.ug" W A B, ept" Oo, M y, l 19)8 1,257 573 164 199 154 128 97.@ 1o6 90. 490 1,886 1,475 1,67 61 171 137 1940 808 502 340 351 103 225 430 509 89 16 95, 110 1941 35 384 808 1,856 1454545 3,108 688 858 177 227 27 194 77 354 1,650 638 171 246 (o4 525 695 169 10 102 194 96.6 89.8 106 86.2 88.4 877 8,384 1,780 1, 477 165 140 1944 19) 15 151 186 90.6 98.1 165 1,021 456 657 442 154 1945 533 169 110 84.8 65.9 956 4,647 5,ou 2,869 880 298 185 1946 1 259 765 90.0 2 89 1,377 733 545 15 87.7 1947 55.7 91.2 45 449 12 554 1,465 2,168 3,501 1,850 722 404 1949 1,27 1,273 510 212 113 69.4 299 2,192 832 1,079 120 119 199 4.3 50.0 49.9 335.5 0.0 30.7 36.1 1,414 2,5366 2,508 347 247 1950 507 88.1 81.6 72.1 33.9 26.2 193 147 ,8644 615 236 364 1951 353 234 199 406 186 a5.4 144 498 697 751 221 358 1952 1 169 521 598 80.1 257 226 644 429 787 591 141 195 188 521 171 1,065 217 170 469 1,965 4,371 2,795 610 1,795 1954 850 250 177 103 97.8 37 723 1199 08 268 109 19 1955 125 216 76.6 61 55.1 4. 15 00 1,191 19 120 1956 8.1 174 42.9 1 14.8 8.48 31.5 35.9. 52 742 178 46.1 1957 4.8 9. 66 79 8 18 8 1,8 1,790 1, 157 119 S1958 14 486 1,975 7 204 74.5 494 811 238 (26) Hillsborough River near Zephyrhille 199 295 94.0 82.6 1940 110 226 183 211 77.8 93.1 162 175 195 77.6 69.3 73.6 1941 112 157 369 942 93.5 102 684 269 112 83.8 127 161 1942 352 252 826 231 89.8 209 329 110 16 77.6 63.0 63.6 194 67.3 65.1 73.6 58.6 69.3 303 1,092 692 658 159 86.8 84.9 1944 9.3 80.0 88.2 83.6 60.5 56.5 129 377 18 474 189 91.6 1945 152 89.5 69.9 60.9 55.7 625 1,95 1,468 1,116 310 128 140 1946 173 136 7 97.1 102 19 3 500 249 156 95.4 85.5 947 76. 97.5 175 239 117 36 691 867 1,635 506 345 188 1948 868 442 289 115 70.0 67.6 175 1,102 40 593 102 113 1949 89.8 74.0 58.8 57.1 59.0 73.4 9553 929 987 688 153 1950 157 101 97.2 94.4 76.2 82 9.9 112 1,255 184 121 1951 143 175 156 368 11 98.7 140 298 362 344 199 1 1952 103 136 40o 222 154 198 169 358 216 364 155 102 195 11 178 152 491 97.6 117 53 1,037 2,001 797 374 665 1954 247 130 116 96.8 99.2 296 70 417 124 98.5 107 103 1955 109 139 86.1 81.7 75.4 69.5 126 446 565 116 149 101 195 96.9 117 75.9 70.0 93.0 70.1 95.5 83.0 364 487 115 71.7 1957 78.0 96.2 258 319 333 169 202 625 654 415 106 107 1958 199 332 693 323 111 113 152 152 152

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Table 8. (Continued) (9) Hutchina Lake Outlet near Lutz Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1946 0.05 0.4 0.88 5.75 6.44 2.53 0.31 0.10 1947 0.003 0.13 0.40 0.41 .06 .41 4.94 10.4 12.9 7.81 5.32 1.13 1948 3.31 2.69 1.40 .09 .02 o .09 3.88 2.90 2.68 .29 .25 1949 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 325 3.42 4.60 1.86 .50 1950 .31 .06 .14 .04 0 0 .40 .32 6.65 2.16 .56 .52 1951 .80 1.08 .19 .22 o o .05 .34 .53 1.00 2.60 2.15 1952 .26 .27 .95 .65 .06 .36 .51 1.87 .97 (27) Little Manatee River near Wimauma 1939 14.2 27.3 622 574 1,209 276 83.9 24.3 23.1 1940 76.3 146 77.0 45.7 12.2 73.4 136 269 129 37.7 11.1 55.4 1941 98.6 84.8 89.4 203 11.6 113 737 98.4 17 35.9 105 89.7. 1942 110 224 200 54.3 1.0 146 146 .5.1 49.5 12.0 8.91 14.5 1943 17.2 15.9 40.8 13.2 23.1 542 1,279 964 396 166 32.1 31.8 1944 35.0 19.4 56.5 21.0 10.5 50.2 132 382 212 178 28.7 25.0 1945 62.4 21.8 12.0 6.78 3.75 543 1,444 685 434 115 51.5 41.3 1946 58.7 48.0 83.8 11.0 17.8 107 896 811 522 128 28.8 24.5 S1947 24.9 89.0 354 93.0 68.0 258 00 622 1,180 150 80.4 78.3 1948 483 86.6 99.3 77.2 14.4 8.48 334 619 713 438 33.3 33.0 1949 23.0 17.8 12.3 8.51 6.61 39.7 94.2 932 459 350 52.6 28.4 1950 22.0 16.6 17.7 14.1 13.55 7.5 75 258 569 159 27.3 113 1951 66.2 72.9 21.3 00oo 14. 5.13 192 435 4e1 204 41.5 34.6 1952 22.6 53.0 128 35.7 13.6 37.3 43.8 262 262 1,160 152 73.9 1953 248 162 34.1 47.9 9.91 55.3 72.4 255 974 290 418 290 1954 165 51.1 37.6 48.5 117 163 351 175 525 98.9 83.5 64.5 1955 57.0 40.2 25.3 22.1 11.0 26.2 208 650 383 36.7 33.4 26.9 1956 21.2 51.3 13.3 10.0 46.0 8.74 17.9 96.2 141 168 20.8 17.9 1957 30.4 40.0 163 134 176 348 239 476 229 306 35.2 75.4 1958 410 220 530 439 81.0 82.9 231 166 70.7

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Table 6, (Conlinied) (28) North o PrAO, .laS Iiver at Keyvill r ar Jaa, eb. Mar. Apr. ay June July Aug. Sept .Ctc, Nov, De,. 1950 8,9 15.7 51.1 52.4 368 151 40,4 94,8 1951 50,4 72,6 56.9 16 27,6 12.8 103 u6 U17 92.0 79,0 50,3 1952 40.4 78.5 151 59.8 22.2 35,5 70.7 221 73.9 481 148 68.3 1953 U8 1e 5,7 46.5 175 139 308 482 776 316 29 3 134 82,1 72.5 52.2 96,5 445 174 174 98,2 118 78.9 1955 89.6 75.4 52,4 49.9 27,0 67,4 184 175 312 77.3 89.4 64.8 1956 55.5 71.2 33.1 39.6 77.4 41.0 59.7 116 207 147 41,5 38.5 1957 59.5 81,6 151 193 363 150 225 533 597 266 71.8 97.4 1958 263 223 323 250 125 69.1 92.1 199 188 (29) Pemberton Creek near Doer 1956 12.9 18.1 5.8 52 1957 6.77 10.1 1.7 36.8 37.4 24.1 33.6 88.1 90.0 42.1 10.7 13.4 1958 27.0 28.7 36.4 32.6 11.5 9.92 36.1 32.3 17.9 5.57 14.7 14.4 N (30) cbw Creek near Sulphur Springs S751953 .... .. ,. 55235. b.9.2 1 .B.2 22-.9 565 1o03 100 2-.7 a4.0 1954 34.5 9.28 6.85 7.47 9.54 10.3 52.3 68.1 104 40.8 17.3 9.84 1955 10. 16.1 5.57 3.63 .63 .58 1.86 7.61 60.5 5.34 7.36 2.73 1956 4.38 10.3 3.43 1.94 1.91 1.30 1.97 4.35 12.2 5.91 2.67 1.98 1957 2.35 2.48 18.9 78.0 26.7 59.4 79.2 185 127 78.5 6.29 4.83 1958 20.0 38.2 92.9 47.1 11.2 3.69 37.1 73.3 25.0 (31) Sixile1 Creek at Tampa 1956 29.6 18.8 15.8 1957 20.5 22.2 3.6 40.7 36.2 44.6 83.0 183 65.2 71.5 35.7 36.4 1958 47.6 69.0 86.4 53.7 9.0 39.4 '71.4 104 37.0 33.5 8.5 34.9

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Table 8. (Continued) (32) Sveetater Creek near Sulphur Sprinc rear Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. y Jme July~ Aug. Sept. Oct. mBv. Dee. 1951 1.21 1.17 1.17 1952 0.44 0.46 1.97 1.32 0.11 0.30 2.25 5.90 4.94 6.72 1.71 .28 1953 .98 2.05 1.34 2.14 .57 .10 1.42 19.2 26.5 25.6 8.80 9.70 1954 3.55 .91 .64 .16 .06 .05 .28 2.18 7.05 1.36 1.21 1.16 1955 .89 1.1 .27 .31 0 0 .05 .15 3.85 .82 .40 .15 1956 .12 .2 .03 0 0 0 .02 0 0 .01 0 0 1957 0 0 .07 .84 1.12 10.7 11.5 52.1 30.4 27.4 .42 .46 1958 2.56 5.05 1..7 22.2 5.00 .76 13.9 23.9 9.46 N,

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Table 9. Measured Flow of Cypress Creek Near Sulphur Springs (In cubic feet per second) Date Elevation Discharge (mal) (cfs) May 2, 1956 0 Aug. 28, 1956 -0 Sept. 26, 1956 25.14 0 Nov. 6, 1956 24.97 0 Dec. 13, 1956 24.46 0 Jan. 22, 1957 24.90 0 Mar. 7, 1957 25.07 0 Apr. 17, 1957 25.76 18.8 May 30, 1957 25.37 7.30 July 11, 1957 25.82 25.8 Aug. 27, 1957 26.75 307 Oct. 2, 1957 27.74 608 Nov. 19, 1957 25.02 0 Dec. 31, 1957 25.24 0 Feb. 26, 1958 26.30 Mar. 4, 1958 27.56 569 Apr. 24, 1958 26.29 195 June 18, 1958 24.03 0 Ang. 19, 1958 27.38 572 Oct. 8, 1958 25.28 Mar. 23, 1959 30.70 30

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Table 10. Records of Wells YLeld: Pumping rate in gallons per minute (gpm)/ drawdown in feet (dd)/ hours pumped (hrs). Use: D, domestic or commercial; I, industrial; Zr, irrigation; 0, observation; P, public supply; R, return or drainage; S, stock watering; T, test hole; U, unused. Remarks: Prefixes W and Wgi denote Florida Geological Survey well numbers; WSP, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper; chloride data were determined in the field and do not meet laboratory standards for precision and accuracy. T. 32 S., R. 2 738-206-1 Murray Harrison SS1kSt sec. 33 ---13.5 3 13 ----20 4.6 12-11-56 6 12-10-56 S Casing seated on hardpan T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 738-231-5 Harlee Farms SBASWk sec. 32 -600 8 10.5 150 7.9 2-20-52 25 2-20-52 Ir Temp. 78FP, 2-20-52; 80'F, 8-7-58 T. 32 S., R. 18 3. 26 87-56 739-203-1 Murray Harrison SBSBk sec. 25 -120 2 60 ---------------------------U Water level below 25 ft, capped T. 32 S., R. 22 E. and abandoned 739-204-1 -.---do-----JktSWk sec. 26 -10 2 10 3--3 .--.----. .-----.S Casing seated on hardpan T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 739-207-1 --d----do --SW1HW sec. 33 --25 2 ---132 30 6.0 12-11-56 ---------Ir --------------Do T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 739-224-1 J. Raymer NSkSS' sec 33 1930 500 6 150 --125 +6.4 5-11-51 20 5-11-51 Ir Temp. 77'F, 7-28-58; 77F, 8-7-58 T. 32 S., R. 19 E. 18 7-28-58 739-226-2 J. Stevens SkSWhk see 30 1950 1,000 8 -21.3------------+1.3 9-59 ---.-----Ir T. 32 S., R. 19 E. 739-230-1 The Canada Corp. SENk sec 33 --553 8 ---22.9 --------20.9 9-10-58 25 12-19-50 U Measured depth 270 ft, 1-18-50 T. 32 S., R. 18 S. 739-240-1 State Road Dept. WSW sec 35 1954 300 6 230 -----------+11.6 5-24-55 ---------D Skyway 2; water from 230 ft contained T. 32 S., R. 16 E. 16,000 ppm chloride; temp. 78'F, 5-24-55 740-204-1 Murray Harrison SWSW sec 24 -18 2 18 -50 -...----..-------S Casing seated on hardpan T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 740-207-1 Clifton Brock SWNWH sec 28 1953 903 10 160 126.3 660 59.2 2-12-58 ---------Ir 2,640 ft south and 660 ft east of T. 32 S., R. 22 .northwest section corner 740-213-1 R. B. Anderson NISW1I see 20 1957 600 10 128 86 1,200 44.8 2-14-58 ---------Ir 6-inch liner from 263-320 ft to T. 32 S., R. 21 S. seal off caving material

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Table 10,,-CooLtnued SCItag Wit .lev. l Chloride cunen SLoainpu/dd/hrs g 3-rk ________ _______ £ -_____ bi *I H a _______d_______ 140-215-1 L. L, Le* Skle sec. 25 1949 207 6 53 50 ............ 5.8 2-14-58 ... .... .. Ir T, 32 S., R. 20 E. 740-220-1 Mr. falmore MISWII se .19 ...1 700 6 -58.4 ....---... 26.2 1-17-51 .........-.. U T. 32 S., 1. 20 E. 740-224-1 Samuel Hammond NEkS9% sec. 21 .... 500 6 --.. 1.5 300 +24.2 2-15-51 25 2-26-51 Ir Temp. 78',F 2-26-51; 77'F, 8-7-58 T. 32 S., R. 19 1. 20 87-58 740-228-3 B. J. Claprood NkSk sec. 23 .... ..... 4 -20.9 --............ 1.9 99-58 6 87-58 Ir Temp. 77F, 8-7-58 T. 32 S., R. 18 6. 741-204-1 Z. J. Pae SBkMk sn.. 14 1895 10 36 10 130 .....-----. .2.5 2-12-58 23 2-12-58 D Dug well vith brick curb; temp. 61'F, T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 2-12-58 741-204-2 C. S. Hancock SkSWk eec. 14 *-. 12 2 12 .---.---.----. 1.0 2-12-58 -----.-U Casing seated on hardpan ST. 32 S., I. 22 E. 741-224-1 Mrs. J. Bannes SVkSWk sec. 15 1929 400 4 200 38.9 ....----14.7 9-10-58 ---------U T. 32 S., R. 19 B. 741-229-2 Powell Farm SqBkNk see. 15 1949 605 6 35 10.8 100 +3.8 --25 10-19-50 Ir Temp. 77.5*F, 10-19-50 T. 32 S., R. 19 E. 741-230-6 R. J. Claprood NEkWk sec. 21 ...--8 -5.7 350 +15 24-58 25 11-16-50 Ir Temp. 76.5'F, 11-16-50; 79F, 3-6-58; T. 32 S., R. 18 E. +17 36-58 35 24-58 84F, 4-2-58; 78'F, 5-8-58; 79'*. +16 42-58 33 36-58 8-7-58 +13 58-58 31 42-58 +10.2 65-58 34 58-58 +13 72-58 32 87-58 +11.8 99-58 29 0-11-59 31 0-13-59 742-203-1 Clifton Brock SBZnk sec. 12 1957 700 10 140 130 ----------57.0 2-13-58 ----. -----.... Ir T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 742-208-1 Marnegil Ranch Inc. NEkBSB sec. 7 1957 861 12298 122 -.--------57.7 2-13-58 12 8-22-58 Ir Water contains much 82S T. 32 S., R. 22 E. 10

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Tab'e 10.--Continued Ca ing Water level Chloride conten Wall Ouner Location wg L ced m urks well !1 a gpm/dd/hre '. 742-216-1 Brady Knowlton, and S ec. 11 1957 324 6 80 10656.0 2-28-58 ---------U Two large nkholes formed ithin Greene T. 32 8., R. 20 S. 56.9 5-24-58 200 ft of well 2 months after test 56.8 99-58 pumping 500 gpm for 3 days 742-219-1 Paul Carter SW ec 9 1951 330 6 97 85 --------9.7 8-23-51 9 7-31-58 0 Coninuou water-level record from T. 32 S., R. 20 E. 8-23-51; also known as observation well ltillaborough 500 742-224-5 R. Deal SiEtWk see. 9 ---6 -17.6----------+3.8 9-10-58 -----------Ir T. 32 S., R. 19 B. 742-226-12 Dickman Farms NAlSB k ec. 7 --6 --9.0 ---------+7.6 9-10-58 25 0-31-52 Ir Temp. 77.5', 10-31-52 T. 32 S., R. 19 E. 742-228-11 Henry Willis hkSSW sec. 11 ---500 6 ----.7 1 +5.7 9-10-58----------It, ST. 32 S., R. 18 E. 742-229-9 J. Morgan S8ESSk sec. 10 -500 6 8 200 11.9 10-27-50 2 10-27-50 U Temp. 78F, 10-27-50; 75PF, 8-7-58 T. 32 8., R. 18 .8 58 743-212-1 Virgil Simms NWlS; sec. 4 1940 1,900 ---------------. ---T Southern petroleum I Miaeloil T. 32 S., R. 21 E. test, plugged and abandoned, salt water reported at 1,900 ft depth 743-215-1 A. H. Crowell, Jr. SWSWk sec. 6 1956 1,489 12 210 106 ,000 62.5 5-19-58 5 87-58 Ir Deepened from 780 to 1,489 ftto T. 32 S., R. 21 8. increase yield 743-216-1 Brady, Knowlton, and S8~S8* see. 2 1957 735 12 220 100 1,000 62 957 ---------Ir Greene T. 32.S., R. 21 B. 743-226-2 Paul Dickman SWA k see. 6 ---479 6 29 6.8 250 7.8 9-10-58 25 10-24-50 Ir Temp. 78'F, 10-24-50 T. 32 S., R. 19 g. 743-227-5 Chase and Co. SBgSWk sec. 1 ---6 --6.9 250 +9.7 9-12-58 25 1-22-52 Ir T. 32 S., R. 18 S. 744-208-1 State of Florida SWkNA sec. 31 1953 217 4 88------------32 9-29-53 ---------D W-3025, supplies Hurrah Tower facility T. 31 S., R. 22 E. 744-215-1 Bethel Sweat NEHAk see. 36 1951 640 8 82-----------62 1951 50 12-13-50 Is T. 31 S., R. 20 E.

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Table Io.-*Coea aud4 5 8 i i3 01 58 Cayie ld au level blorde goagea Vol owns Locati, o a WIll Ow tcr~lotn SO 48 (Ipm/dd/lhrm 2 744-224-1 Lelsey and Son SkSL% i re. 33 1950 450 6 **** 18,4 250 +3.6 9-l2-S ...*. ....... Ir flows during rainy season only T, 31 S., R. 19 1. 744.224-18 lDck LLn Iarms SLWlk ser .33 1947 400 6 .8.6 ........... +3.2 11-30-50 2S 11-30-SO rD Temp, 77.5'9, 11-30-50, 751F, T, 31 S., R. 19 X. 8-7-58 744-225-2 C. 1. Council r ec. 5 .... ..... 8 *-7.1 ............+11.1 425-51 ...... ....... r T. 32 S., R. 19 E. 744-225-13 Dickan Foarr Wkl7 sec, 32 -.... ..... 6 ..9.1 ............ +6.3 9-10-58 25 7-25-52 IrS 1. 31 S., I. 19 E. 744-225-39 C. L. Council NWkNE sIe. 32 .... 500 6 33 6.8 ............ +7.5 2-28-52 570 228-52 0 Continuous water-level record Ifr ,T 31 S., A, 19 7-13-50; eomp. 82'7, 2-28-52; also known as ablsrvation well Hillaborough 30 744-226-4 Sam Hindman SzSEk se. 31 --. 525 8 26 6.2 --............ 4.7 9-10-58 25 U-l0 r Temp. 78*,. 11-1-50 1. 31 S., A. 19 E. 744-226-9 Troy Alman S~VS se e. 31 1949 600 6 -4.2 ............-12.0 24-58 50 L2-3-50 IrD Tmp. 79'F, 12-13-50; 81I', 8-7-58 T. 31 S., R. 19 1. +14.0 36-58 +14.0 42-58 +11.3 65-58 +12.0 72-58 +11.5 9-10-58 744-226-16 Dican Farnm NtSk sec. 31 ---450 6 ----5.4 -------..+9.0 9-12-58 30 .11-50 Ir Temp. 7807, 11-1-50 T. 31 S., R. 19 1. 744-226-31 ------do------SEkSE4 see. 30 ---427 6 48 3.7 -----............ 9.5 11-30-50 245 L-30-50 Ir Temp. 807, 11-30-50; 81", 3-6-58; T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 81',. 4-2-58; 75F, 8-7-58 745-207-1 S. E. Thatcher MWk k sec. 29 1950 800 10 100-------------------------------Zr T. 31 S., R. 22 E. 745-207-2 -----do-----SkSEk sec. 20 1950 816 10 121 130 --------.... 64 3-29-50 ------------Ir W-2152, rater surges 2 ft in well T. 31 S., R. 22 E. 745-213-1 Balm Industries WMr~ seec. 29 1955 760 10 ---130 ....-----. 84.6 5-24-58 ----------Ir Deepened from 550 to 760 ft to T. 31 S., R. 21 E. increase yield

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Table 10.--Continued Casing N Water level Chloride content %. -SAYld Well Onuar Locution I f /d/hts A e T. 31 S., R. 2_ E. 745-225-15 fauline McHargue wEkt seec. 29 1938 345 6 30 5.5 ---------+7.4 9-10-58 25 0L-13-50 Ir Teap. 760r, 10-13-50 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 746-207-1 S. E. Thatcher NhEkSE sec. 20 1950 501 10 120 125 -----------58.5 2-13-58 -----------Ir Wgi-567, water surges 2 ft in wtll T. 31 S., R. 22 E. 746-209-1 American Agriculturea HE NSE seec. 24 ---700 8 ----122.4 -----------72.7 47-58 -----------U American Agricultural Chemical Co. Chemical Co. T. 31 S., R. 21 E. Boayett 2 746-210-1 --------do------SWkSWk sec. 13 --805 24 103 122 3,000/35/8 68.7 47-586--------I. A.mrican Agricultural Chemical Co. 13 T. 31 S., R. 21 S. or Boyette 3 746-214-1 Bethel Sweat h1n~Nk sec. 19 -690 10165 128 -----------86.5 5-24-58 7 7-29-58 Ir 80 ft, 10-inch casing; 165 ft of 1 T. 31 S., R. 21 E. 8 8-inch casing 746-223-2 Dickman Farms WkMVNE sec. 22 ---340 6 23 8.3 ----------+5.5 9-10-58 20 10-31-50 I,S Temp. 78%f, 10-31-50 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 746-224-4 --------do ------hrSWk sec. 21 -300 6 ----4.4 ---------+9.4 9-10-58 205 105-50 It Temp. 79"1, 10-5-50; 78*', 8-7-58 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 746-224-5 d--------do-----WS) k sec. 21 ---187 6 56-----------------+11.1 11-17-50 35 1-17-50 It Temp. 77', 11-17-50; 79'P, 8-7-58 T. 31 S., R. 19 S. 746-224-10 -.-------do------SZBNU seee. 21 1950 483 6 37 12.1 300 +8.0 11-15-50 40 105-50 Ir Temp. 77.5?F, 10-5-50; 76'*F 8-8-58 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 747-203-1 L. B. Anderson SWSSkt ec. 12 1955 400 8 --------------------------------------Ir T. 31 S., R. 22 E. 747-204-1 International SWkNZh sec. 14 1957 850 12 134 158 -----------82.7 2-13-58 8 7-28-58 tr Water contains much 82S Minerals & Chae. Co. T. 31 S., R. 22 1. 747-210-1 American Agricultural NW-SWk sec. 13 1945 863 24202---------------61.1 47-58 9 7-28-58 I Water level below surface 57 ft in Chemical Co. T. 31 S., R. 21 E. 20 1945, 77 ft in 1949 747-220-1 Council Farms MWkNk sec. 18 1951 520 8-6 100 59.3 500 32.6 3-12-57 ---. ------U-T. 31 S., R. 20 B.

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Tab|a 10. --Cmnllnued Cang Wate l e ve lval Chlorite contea Welt '1 d 0 ti Jma i a .,,. 747.222-1 Powell frms NBkSWk sea, 1l ...123 6 36 10,7 100 +2,2 9-11-58 25 10-16-50 Tr Temp. 76*F, 10-L6-50 T. 31 1., R. 19 t. 747-223-6 Isllbrry Farms swkSit eem .15 ... 350 8 18 6,1 300 7.0 ...... ...... ...... Ir Temp. 77.5F, 11-21-50 T. 31 8,, R. 19 A. 748.205-1 J. A. .l1l SWSUBk Ise. 3 1956 265 3-2 135 125 ----....... 38 12-56 12 12-12-56 D 2-inch liner 135-145 ft, T. 31 g. .22 1. shuts off crumbling material 748-206-1 .S. Jameson Nka o seaI. 7 10,129 26 4,498 99 ............ ...... .. ........ ....... T W-1005. Humble Oil Co. 1 T. S. Jamelon; T. 31 8., R. 22 3, casing pulled, plugged and abandoned 748.222-6 Poweull Farms S1g i sec, 11 1949 340 8 31 .--...--.. ---... .+6.4 10-16-50 25 10-16-50 tr Temp. 74,5, 10-16-50; 777, 8-8-58 T. 31 8., R. 19 1. S748-223-8 John Kushner WANiN secc. 10 *-. 340 6 31 6.7 250 +8.3 10-11-50 200 10-1150 Ir Temp. 80*7, 10-11-50; 79"F, 8-8-58 T. 31 8., R. 19 I. 748-223-10 ........ do---.... .M r sec. 10 .-300 6 ..... 6.0 200 +6.0 10-11-50 90 10-11-50 Ir Temp. 777., 10-11-50; 77'T, 8-8-58 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 748-223-19 .--.....don .---SWikSk sec. 3 ..-145 4 ..... 5.0 250 +1.0 98-58 120 109-50 D Temp. 77*7. 10-9-50 T. 31 S., R. 19 E. 749-215-1 J. A. Kay&s Nklk sec. 1 1945 147 4 50 75 .--...-----. 38.8 5-24-58 -----. .---. D Yield reported to be low T. 31 S., R. 20 E. 749-219-1 Beverly Hill Dairy NIke sec. 4 1956 323 6 175 --110/10 57 2-29-56 18 63-58 D W-36860 T. 31 S., R. 20 E. 749-222-1 Joe Fernandez SASk see. 35 1950 328 8 *.... 12.9 125 1.2 5-24-58 25 12-15-50 Ir T. 30 S., R. 19 E. 749-222-4 T. 3. Mabry lWkcSW sec. 35 1945 235 6 .-----.-------... --. +3.1 9-20-51 210 9-20-51 Ir Temp. 76*7, 8-8-58 T. 30 S., R. 19 E. 750-208-1 Royce Dixon WtSetk sec. 30 1951 495 4 65 112 30/24 8 4-20-51 ------------t W-2416, yield insufficient, casing T. 31 8., R. 22 E. pulled, plugged and abandoned 750-208-2 HillsboTough County NEkZMi sec. 30 1955 452 10 139 --100 48.5 4-11-55 --------D Id. of Public Inetr. T. 30 8., R. 22 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing V Water level Chloride content Yield Well owner Location Ys t gp /dd/hrsld Rm gaIrks 05 a a 3 a A 6 ., 750-222-1 istal Park Court VSWkSI sec. 26 1952 250 4 ---------.. ---.--.--.---. 210 59-52 ;r,D T. 30 S., R. 19 E. 751-203-1 Seaboard Air Line NEkIWk sec. 24 1945 759 8 65 119.7 -----------43.3 6-21-57 -------0 Abandoned railroad supply, altitude RR. T. 30 S., R. 22 E. at top of casing 122.3 ft, water level 43.5 ft below land surface, reported 6-28-48 751-204-1 J. I. Southerland HhNWkH sec. 24 1953 108 3 -------------------18 1953 -----------Ir T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 751-207-1 Lillie Hulet SWaSW sec. 21 ---120 4 35 43.3 50 120 1-17-57 10 1-30-59 V Water contains much HzS, considerable T. 30 S., R. 22 E. -20 3-12-57 use for alleged medical value, free 10.2 49-57 flowing well 21.3 5-15-57 S22.5 6-14-57 751-207-2 --------do-----SWSW k sec. 21 --102 4 40 45.4 40 17.5 1-17-57 10 1-30-59 U T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 751-208-1 rays Grocery SWkSEk sec. 19 1954 108 2 51 ----30 7 9-54 14 63-58 D T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 751-218-1 .A. ays SZ sec. 21 1939 265 12 ------------------45 ---------Ir Honey-cobed chert and lmestone from T. 30 S., R. 20 ., 240-265 ft yielded most of the water 751-218-2 --------do------SSW sec. 21 1939 777 10140 ----------------45 ------------Ir T. 30 S., R. 20 B. 8 751-218-3 -----do------SWNW sec. 21 1939 715 8-6 150 ---------------41 .----------Ir Deepened from 400 to 715 ft to increase T. 30 S., R. 20 E. yield, well bottoms in hard, brown Limestone 751-231-1 City of Port Tampa HENHWk sec. 20 1912 200 6 160 5 -------1.7 4-18-34 34 8-15-58 U WSP 773-C 816; formerly used as municipal T. 30 S., R. 18 E. 3.2 68-58 supply for irrigation and general service 2.5 9-16-58 water for City; 300 test wells drilled in area failed to yield potable water 752-207-1 lma Kinsey SWJNWk sec. 16 1946 820 24304 58.4 3,625/18 +.8 1-26-57 14 7-29-58 0 W-1448; formerly Elanor Mine supply; T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 18 water level +15 ft in 1946, +8 ft in 1947; mud-filled cavity at 350 ft; cemented then drilled; well flows 500 gpm

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Tblie g0..-Contiaued UCsng UIer "vel C hiaride content Vell Ower Laceston p r l 4* Ias IeSi ra > i ei 3 Sil l p d s /h an 752-208-1 American Alrlculbael SrEkNt sc. 18 1929 776 16170 *. 3,900 +4,8 11-21-34 40 1934 U W-1191 WSP 773-C, pa, 271 American Chemical Co, T. 30 S., A. 22 A. 12 Agricultural Chemical Co. 8, or Canmicheel L; flowed 660 spm in 1929 752-217-1 Henry Marrill MWtSUV sec. 14 1958 504 6 23 9 100 +6.2 11-17-58 13 L.30-59 D Well supplies 2 fish pools T, 30 S., A. 20 E. 152-218.1 C. L. Rina MCSWk sec. 9 1954 204 6 54 *..*..-.......... 10.5 8-15-S4 248 63-58 D W-3377 T. 30 S., R. 20 A. 752-220-1 U.S. Phosphoric lNksk rec. 18 *. 830 16---23.2 ............ 12.6 12-10-56 1,560 7-28-58 U Reported abandoned becaure of high Products Corp. 7, 30 S., 1. 20 1. 10 chloride content of water 752-230-1 C. S. McDan iels NHEkS1 rse. 16 1955 145 6 52... 100/5 7 86-55 143 6-10-58 D W-3625, water containe much 02S, T. 30 S., R. 18 E. was fresh when drilled 753-206-1 State of Florida NkSW sec. 10 1939 105 4 50 -------........ +3.9 1-16-57 17 1-11-57 T Test hole on site of proposed canal; T. 30 S., R. 22 E. +5.0 3-12-57 well is buried under concrete slab; 00 +5.1 49-57 temp. 73"7, 1-11-57 753-213-1 D. H. Sevell SZWlk sec. 8 1956 717 12150 53 -----------38.1 9-18-8 ------... ---... Ir T. 30 S., R. 21 E. 10 753-219-1 J. A. Bishop ntSEk sre. 8 1956 238 2 238 25 --...------...----. ---..U Sand and black organic material freo T. 30 S., R. 20 E. surface to 238; plugged and abandoned 753-219-2 .--------do--.HkSk sec. 8 1956 160 4 21 22 --.--------. 10 1956 ------------D Water highly colored at times; contains T. 30 S., R. 20 E. much H2S, iron, very hard; water level 10 ft in the zone from 33-160 ft; rock at 18 ft 753-223-1 .H. Forrester SWktSV sec. II 1945 70 6 ---------200 ------------------8 Supplies fish farm T. 30 S., R. 19 E. 753-224-1 L. H. Adaas SVkSWk sec. 3 1951 150 4 135 -150/6 8 2-21-51 3,275 2-51 W-2381; casing pulled; plugged and T. 30 S., R. 19 E. abandoned 754-205-1 S. D. Gooch NWlSWk sec. 2 1953 50 2 41 ----------------8 8-53 -------------. S T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 754-206-1 -------do-----SWWk sec. 3 --. 27 3 ------------------17 1-56 ------------Ir 2 identical wells 20 ft apart an T. 30 S., R. 22 E. common header

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Table 10.--Continued SCasg Wate level Chloride content We lla pm/dd/hza.ed t e s o _ __t Loation __ _ _ __r a_ 3 I 754-208-1 ,Aerican Agricultural SkA sec. 6 1934 805 26361 --4,635 17.9 3-25-35 U W-267; WSP 773-C, no 26 U-.S. Corps Chemical Co. T. 30 S., R. 22 E. 16 of Army Engineers 402; American Agricultural Chemical Co. 9, or Carmichael 2 754-213-1 -. M. .ulrenan SWNWk see. 5 1947 677 12 81 ---------------65 7 -47 --------------r Water level remained 75 ft below T. 30 S., R. 21 E. surface from 115 to 660 ft; rose to 65 ft when 17 ft cavity was encountered at 660 ft 754-219-1 Purity Dairy NE sec. 5 ---298 8-6 172 -----------. ------60 8-20-58 S,D Driller reports water-filled cavity T. 30 S., R. 20 E. 230-298 ft, sand and clay 298-300 ft 754-221-1 Edward Sweeting S.5SWk sec. 36 1956 590 6 ---18 -----------5.9 4-29-58 --------r T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 754-229-1 L. H. Carlton, Jr. SWIlSk sec. 34 1957 65 4 -10 -----------7.6 6-10-58 600 6-10-58 U Obttucted at 65 ft, 3 other wlls T. 29 S., R. 18 E. on property yielded water high in chloride 754-230-1 A. L. Trayner SWkNBk sec. 4 1952 163 8-6 75 9 60/7 9.5 6-11-52 44 6-10-58 0 W-2664, supplies trailer court T. 30 S., R. 18 E. 754-230-2 ----do------SfW1M see. 4 1950 124 6 31 --75/4 14.4 11-25-50 -------------D W-2296 T. 30 S., R. 18 E. 755-203-1 0. & S. Feason NZWtSk sec. 25 --100 3 52 105 ----------8 .1955 -------------D T. 29 S., R. 22 B. 755-203-2 a. A. Esposito NEkSR sec. 25 ---288 4 82 --90 27 1954 ------------D, T. 29 S., R. 22 B, Ir 755-203-3 J. A. Miles SEIkc sec.36 1939 480 8 80 -----500 16 1939 10 7-29-58 Ir Temp. 76t', 6-21-57 T. 29 S., R. 22 B. 755-204-1 -------do-----SUWNWt sec. 36 1942 402 10 80 --.-------------18 1942 -------------Ir Cavity 200-202 ft T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 755-204-2 0. S. Cunningham HNWlt sec.c, 35 ---150 3 --80 -----------2.2 3-17-58---------V T. 29 8., R. 22 E. 755-206-1 Coronet Phosphate Co N1BNB sec. 33 1921 795 3097 --3.000/25.5/ -----------------------U Plugged and abandoned T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 18 cont.

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TlbI O,,"Coo(Hlued CatIn WAer level Chlortd cuntnt Weal Owner .ocston e ma rk & p/dd/hr -rk i U -i Ig i 51 S (^ R o markii 755.206-2 Coronet Phosphate Co. SEkBlt ec. 28 1920 00 30150 *.... 4,000/6/cont. 40 1920 .. *....... U pump in vell, not used since 19401 T. 29 S., R. 22 8, 1s 15-inch liner at unknown Interval to shut off caving material 755.207-1 D. D. Hull SFkWk sre, 29 1945 545 12 n0 100 ............ 32.6 3-18-5i -..-* *...Ir T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 755-212-1 Americen Cyanamid Coa S1WHN sec. 28 1949 1,700 30. 480 77 3.500/60 39 1949 *** ......... I 9-2008, water level 45 ft below T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 24 surface in 1950, air line 147 ft long to 145 ft below surface 755-212-2 ........ do...... 8NZk sec. 28 1956 725 26 130 62 6,250 35 1956 **-. ....-... I W-4109, air line 84 ft lonq to 82 ft T. 29 S., R. 21 S. below surface 755.215-1 J. A. Miles SWkWh see. 30 1928 483 18 64 75 3,500 64 6-2 ---.---.... Ir When Alafia River flooded, water T. 29 S., R. 21 E. level rose 4 ft over night S755215-2 ........do.----. -IWkSt sec. 30 1928 97 18 60 85 3,500 72 6-2 ----------Ir Cavity at bottom of well, about 4 ft T. 29 S., R. 21 E. of open cavity, more than 20 ft of sand in cavity 755-215-3 C. W. Lumaden NWHEk sec. 36 1946 253 P 85 92 ---.....--67 1946 ....---. --Ir T. 29 S., R. 20. 755-218-1 C, R. Pierce VIkSEJ sec. 28 1952 443 6 141 37 .---------...20.4 8-14-5 ............D,S T. 29 S,, R. 20 E. 755-221-1 Clair Mel Builders S kSWk ee. 25 1958 635 4 70 25 120/8/4 7.3 5558 110 55-58 D W-4635; test well for subdivision T. 29 8., R. 19 E. 7.6 7-30-5 supply; water used in housing constru6.8 9-17-58 cioon; temp. 770F, 5-5-58; chloride content increased with depth to 110 ppm at total depth after pumping 1 hour at 90 gpm 755-221-2 Chester MacIntyre SkWtlk sec. 36 1955 180 2 ----------------------------------------D Water black, has high H28 content T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 755-226-1 Tampa Electric Co. S5SWk set. 19 1947 720 10 117 5.0 900/17 5 1947 ---------D W-1604 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 755-229-1 B. G. Wilson lWkSEk sec. 27 1952 67 2 40 ----60 8 2-28-52 ----------D W-2574, well buried T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

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Table 10. -Continued Casing Water level Chloride content Well owner Location /dd/br arks u jA0 si .. !.. __j _________ 755-230-1 H. C. Kiehl SE;FN seec. 28 1952 57 2 39 ---60 10 105-52 -----D W-2755 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 755-231-1 C. 0. Farber lNkWk sea. 32 1951 114 4 64 6 100/17 4.9 6-10-58 1,380 8-13-58 D -2492, rnor p. thrive on T. 29 S,, R. 18 E. aerated water; chloride content dof water 158 ppm, 9-18-51 after pumping 100 Spa for 14 hrs 756-205-1 T. B. Ellis NHEM3k sec. 17 1949 97 55 ----------------20 3-49 10 6-21-57 D Cavity 90-94 ft, owner reports T. 29 8., R. 22 E. difficulty in obtaining adequate water supply north of State Road 60 in this vicinity 756-206-1 William Hart SWkNk sEa. 21 1950 95 6 35 116 500/17/1 12.6 6-26-57 ---------Ir Cavity 87-95 ft creened driven wells T. 29 S., R. 22 E. in area yield water high in iron 756-207-1 A. R. Haralson SEFSWk see. 21 1952 35 3 ----------------------------------Ir T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 756-207-2 -------do-------SkSWk sec. 21 1953 73 2 38 ------------12 6-53 12 6-26-57 D T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 756-207-3 J. C. McDonald NWkNE seec. 29 1945 716 12 80 ----------------40 ---------------Ir 10-nch in er ro 175-205 ft to shut T. 29 S., R. 21 E. off crumbling material 756-211-1 J. F. Lee S~SEI sec. 22 1956 600 8 68 58.9 500 17.9 6-20-57 ---------Ir T. 29 S.. R. 21 E. 756-211-2 --------do-----SkSt sec. 22 1950 90 4 -----------------------11 6-20-57 D T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 756-212-1 American Cyanamid Co SWkSEk sec. 21 1929 537 16400 -.2,086/60/20 ---------10 44-58 D Supplies wayside park and picnic area T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 12 756-214-1 C. W. Blanchard N4kSWk see. 19 .-52 4 ----------------41.8 6-20-57 12 6-20-57 U Abandoned, dry bottom in dry season T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 756-215-1 T.B. Turner SEkSE sec. 24 1957 350 8 60 36.4 800 15.6 6-20-57 13 1-11-58 Ir Well is on slope of large sinkhole T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 756-215-2 V. R. Hunter swksEk sec. 24 1954 176 5 75 --------------48 4-15-54 14 5-26-58 0 W-3216 T. 29 .R. 20 E.

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Table 10.--Coat$aus Clo nA Water level Chloride cunten "a dJYield kI. 11 pur tron rt( S ^ If |p/dd/hrI Ro m a$ Wel Owri ________ ______ i! t *I aw At .a S I_ ____ ____ 756.215-3 T. .Turner SWWk sc, 19 1913 250 8 90 ...* *....*.... 45 6. -56 .... -...... D ormerly supplied lIrge satwmll T. 29 8., R. 20 E. 756-216-1 Hllsborough County Ik\Stk sec, 23 1954 335 6 225 **-. 94/10 37 3.11-54 14 5-26-58 D W-3181, Yates School supply Ad, of Public Instr. T, 29 S., R. 20 E. 756-216-2 i, 0. Smith WhWk sec, 26 1950 182 4 78 ..... 8/2 58 2-10-50 15 5-26-58 D I.2108 T. 29 S., R. 20 X. 756-216-3 Brandon Water Co, MWSEk sec. 23 1955 480 12 * ................... ....... ...... T. 29 S., R, 20 E. 756-216-4 .........do -----WkSk sec. 23 1958 556 12 156 --................ 34 1-29-59 9 1-30-59 U Well is 20 ft southeast of 756.216-3 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 756-218-1 rrank Ackerly SWWtk see. 22 1950 126 3 52 31 10/4 16.2 5-27-58 11 5-27-58 D W-2303 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 756-221-1 Two Brothers Dairy SWkSWF sec. 19 1949 203 6 55 25.7 100/6 11.4 24-58 100 55-58 D W-1920 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 756-227-1 Hotel Hilleboro SW~NEk sec. 24 ... 171 16 -22 -----------17.1 6-28-57 222 8-14-58 U Abandoned, water rusted pipes and T. 29 S., R. 18 E. equipmnt, becomes very salty when pumped 756-228-1 Independent Ice Co. IWNWk sec. 23 1935 400 8 21 -----------10.6 5-27-58 *-----.-U Abandoned, water rusted pipes and T. 29 S., R. 18 E. equipment, becomes very slty when pumped 756-229-1 Culbreath Landscape SWSVWk sec. 23 1951 165 3-2 60 ------------------------. 29 6-11-58 Ir Water temp. 76'F, 6-11-58 Nursery T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 756-230-1 C. F. Covgill NIWkSk sec. 21 1934 124 6 *11 1-----------8.5 6-11-58 74 6-10-58 U T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 756-230-2 City Harket Builders NEMlfH sec. 28 1949 205 6-4 111 15 50/2 16 1949 65 8-13-58 D W-1989, quantity insufficient for Corp. T. 29 S., R. 18 E. laundry, supplies car-wash water 756-230-3 Tampa Electric Co. SIWk1 sec. 22 1956 277 8 117 ----450 10 3-28-56 --------R W-3844, Tampa Electric Co. 3 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 756-230-4 -----do-------SWNW sec. 22 1956 355 18 8 ----.-----------11 52-56 .------R .W-3861, Tampa Electric Co. 4, deepened T. 29 S., R. 18 E. from 220 to 355 ft, 6-28-56 to increase disposal volume

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Table 10.--Continued Casing -^ Water level Chloride content S. ... T. 29 S., R. 18 E. eample composite of water Eros 750-230-6 and 7 lOwer Loc756-231-1 J .SS tion e. 20 1 2 -500 -3 ell eri C T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 756-230-5 ampa El.ctric SWkW sec. 22 1956 427 8 117 -----10.9 6-20-56------W-3966, Tapa Electric C. 5, water T. 29 S., R. owin over top o andpip 756-230-6 .----------see. 22 1956 266 8 100 -----400 12 2-17-5 152 -2-58 D -342, Tamp lctri Co. chloride T. 29 S., R. 18 E.mple compo o water rom 750-230-6 and -7 757-230-1 ---oer-------SWEAW sec. 12 1956 250 8 133 ----50 11 314-5-------d W-3843, Tampa Electric Co. 2 T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 757-231-1 L, P. Plevit SNk SEj sec. 20 1954 73 2 29----50/10 6 3--5 44 -14-58 W3175wellis ied T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 757-203-1 .va Wanerrin ShSWk sec. 13 1955 45 2 0 -----75 10 1955 -------ITr T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 757-209-3 D. E. BMeley NAH ; sec. 13 195 100 ----6 ---------3-----1 1956 10 6-27-57 T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 757-206-1 merlcn Carothers SWo sec. 16 1450 4 122 350/7 20.9 -24-5---------U Measured depth 210 1-10-5 T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 757-207-1 L. P. P dlunkett c eNS sec. 17 12158 8 8 116 ----------13.1 3-17-5 -----------1 f, T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 757-212-2 Lewis Wansley No NE sec, 16 1945 535 8 6 400288.2 ------31. 8-23-56 1 08-57 0 T. 29 S., R. 21 E. T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 757-212-1 American Cyanamid Cod WkSA sec. 16 1956 450 4-3 189 88.1 ----------47.5 8-23-5 10 108-57 0 T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 757-212-2 --------do-------NWE sec, 16 1956 29 3 21 88---------------14.6 8-23-56 10 108-57 o Measured depth 21.1 ft, 11-23-56 T. 29 8., R. 21 S. 757-212-3 ........-do---------Wh8k sec, 16 1956 79 3 62 88.2-------------32.3 8-23-5 9 108-57 0 T. 29 8., R. 21 E. 757-213-1 .----. do----NBWt sec. 17 1937 770 8 76 --------------68 1937 -------Ir Pumping level below 70 ft in 1946, T. 29 S., R. 21 E. pump set at 80 ft'

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Toble 10,.-Contlnued Ceriig Water level Chloride cuoneni Well Owner Location R h.r s pd < emarks _1 m I h 1 0 J il___ I 757-213-2 American Cyanamid Co SrNHk sec. 17 1 0 4 12 170 04 *14 650 42 1947 * ....... Ir T. 29 S., R. 21 E. 10 757-216-1 J. E. Drake NEkSBk ec. 14 1956 744 12 90 100 2,200/10 45 7. 1-56 ** .. ..1.. Ir T. 29 S. , 20 757-218-1 0. H. Woodberry WhWkW see. 21 1951 1,000 6 200 58 .......... 40 1951 *-------ir T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 757-218-2 0. H. Fisher .Nmtk sc. 16 1951 122 3 54 55 10/5 35 1-10.51 .**** .--*. U W-2352, plugged and abandoned T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 757-220-1 Rufus Quinn HNWkT see. 18 1930 400 6 .. 46 -...........25.6 6-18-57 22 6-18-57 D T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 757-221-1 Herman Sausage Co. SItiS sec. 13 1947 300 8 -24.9 ............ 11.7 6-19-57 123 8-20-58 1 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-221-2 .........do ...--SEkSk sec. 13 ..-300 8 --------1,200 .---.. ..-.57 24-58 1 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-222-1 Stauffer Chemical Co SWgHEy sec. 14 1956 300 4 95 ----120/15 5 2-13-56 42 4-28-58 I V-3803 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-223-1 Atlantic Coast Line NVESWk sec. 15 1925 212 6 ---16.3 -..--------+.6 4-15-58 22 8-18-58 D Known as drinking water station RR. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-223-2 Seaboard Air Line SWlSEk sec. 15 1950 123 6-4 115 *---100/14 5 5-22-50 24 4-28-58 D W-2184 RR. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-224-1 40th Street Drive-in SVMtW sec. 16 .-199 4-3 ----36 40 22 ..----111 8-18-58 D Water at 100 ft contained much H2S, R2S Theater T. 29 S., R. 19 E. content decreased when casing reached 105 ft 757-224-2 Floral Cleaners SWNWk sec. 16 1955 165 4-3 105 27 -----------10 81-55 147 8-18-58 D T. 29 S., R. 19 £. 757-224-3 Lykes' Brothers NESE sec. 16 1952 506 8-6 116 ----350/6 11 10-52 119 8-20-57 I Packian Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-224-4 Tampa Cold Storage NW8V seec. 13 1953 450 6-4 395 ----110/5 11 21-53 25 2-13-53 D Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-225-1 City of Tampa SWkNHW sec. 7 1913 325 12 --------------------......--..... ..----..--. U City sub-station 4, not used since 1933 T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

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Table 10.--Continued CaS in Water level Chloride content Wl757-225l3 dSWk se. 7 1913 -l 17 84 U City sub-sation 2; not used Yine T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 1933, capped 1957; temp. 7557, 2-5-58 757-225-4 California Packing SlycY4 sec. 17 1930 203 8 14 ----.-------3.8 49-58 147 8-16-58 I Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 8. 757-225-5 --......do--...... NIkSV eec. 17 1941 129 6 50 12.7 -------------3.7 49-58---------------I T. 29 S.. R. 19 1. 757-225-6 -.......do-------S1Wk see. 17 1911 10 6 13 170/11.5/103 1 49-58---------------U Zot used since 1930 T. 29 S., R. 19 1. 757-226-1 ercdey o ernade k sec. 18 19 10 -----------------flo 1957 -------------City bio 3, not ud nc298 T. 29 S., R. 19 E.ppd 1957 757-226-3 --------do.------SWN sec. 18 1953 15 1957 8 2-5-58 U City -ub--t10ton 2; not ud nc 2980 T. 29 S., R. 19. 1933, cppd 1957; p. 75 757-2263 C. arcnia SVWNEI sec. 18 1954 201 8 45 -1 7510/ ---3.8 41 9558 147 8-18-58 1 Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-225-5 ----Vllon nd Co. HNBSt seec. 18 195341 129 6 1236.8 ----------3.7 49-58 ---I T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-5 A.---A. on---ale SWk sec. 18 1953 100 6 --13 10/11.5/100 3 1 4-5 -1 -2896 U ot ell drained 800 pm on st T. 29 S., R. 19 B. 757-226-1 eSanled. Foncer SNdez sec. 18 1958 100 3 ------1 33 1953 ------------R T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-7 alk-Lindoey --NW k see. 18 227 4 7 --180/8 0 7-25-53------------D -2980 T. 29 S., R. 19 Z. 757-226-8 A. .ConGaci SW sec. 18 195 212 4 45----75/10/3 13.3 1954 ------------209 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-9 P r Ice Creamn Co. tWMs sec. 18 1955 30 1 421 36.8---500953 301 8-14-58 I T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-5 A. A. Gonrzlez S see. 18 1953 113 4-3 32 -200 23 -8-53 42 8-14-58 D W-2896, wll drained 800 gpm on teos T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-6. Stanley.Fonte SSwk sec. 18 1958 144 4 42 --120/12 14 44-58 ----------D T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-10 Tampa Flkorida H SW sec. 18 ---226 473 ---1 1 ----------11---D rvery, nc. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-8 A. A. Gonzalet SAMk age. 18 1953 ----3 31 --30 21 1953 ....--*....R W-2095 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 757-226-9 Polar Zc Cream Co. WSWk see. 18 1955, 301 10 180 ..-.500 --* ---312 8-14-58 I T. 29 8., R. 19 E. 757.226-10 Tampa Florida NASW% sec. 18 S-. .. 1561 4 3 .-----------10.3 7-26-51 250 4-11-52 1 Well is on common header with 757-226-11 Bravery, Inc. T. 29 S., R. 19 I

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Table 10, Cemlkuaid Cal $ wate r level chilorid q VWell Owner Location si e/dd/r marke _________ a~ll LiIh]eiLdiH i_____l 757.1226.1 ramp Florida Brever: NlVkW sec, 18 --120 5 -* --........... 13 4-11,*52 ** I Inc. T. 29 8., I. 19 I. 757226-12 ........do ....... NKSrtk sec. 18 ...* 157 6 35 ..** **... 7 7-13.47 i50 4-11-52 D Well drilled in hiscorical "Tropical T, 29 S,, 1. 19 2. Spring", water supply for former Fort Brooke 757-226-13 .....-...do........ se. 18 **335 6 42..-------... 10.2 11-26-55 327 4-11-52 1 Puping level 15.1 ft below top of T. 29 S., R. 19 .1 casing 7-26-58 757-227-1 Southern Dreving Co. ,SWS.,C s c. 13 1945 300 8 .--.--.. ... 350 .--. .. 750 8-14-58 I Water temp. 78' 1, 6-28-57; pumps T, 29 S., R. 18 ,. 150,000 gpd 757-227-2 Jose Garcia W NWk sec. 13 1953 173 3-2 136 ..... ........ .34 68.53 17 8-14-58 D T. 29 8., R. 18 E. 757-227-3 City of Tampa SzkSVk sec .13 1911 165 10 100 -..----. ----... ---.. ..-------U Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 23, T. 29 S., R. 18 E. City 23 757-227-4 ------do------SSl sec. 13 1904 202 10 75 -------------------------------U Formerly Tampa Water Works Co. 8, T. 29 S., R. 18 E. City 8 757-228-1 Hillsborough County NkSW% sac. 14 .400 6 23 -----------10.5 5-27-58 -------U Supply well used by City of West Tampa Bd. of Public Instr. T. 29 S., R. 18 E. to 1912, well is located 41.6 ft south of Main Street, 62.7 ft west of ioma Avenue 757-232-1 G. 1. Carter tWkNlk sec. 18 1952 125 3 88 ---------------------110 4-25-58 U W-2587, vell cemented 125-100 ft to T. 29 8., R. 18 E. shut off salt vater 757-234-1 F. W. Greenbacker SlBkHN sec. 14 1940 3,000 12 -------------------13,500 1-21-56 U Plugged back to 196 ft ad casing T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 6 perforated, salty water from near surface to total depth, water contains much iron 757-234-2 Bartkes Inc NWkNt sec. 14 1942 140 3 60--------------7 1942 --------U Several partially sand-filled cavities T. 29 S., R. 18 Z. encountered in rock 758-203-1 H, L. Crocker SkSzk seec. 1 1946 701 8-6 500 --------------23 1946 --------Ir T. 29 S., R. 22 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing I Water level Chloride content Wel Owner Location S rk Well a g B/dd/hra.. 0 lr u 758-203-2 E. B. Wingate SW k sec. 12 ---118 3 60---------------8 -----------Plugged and abandoned, casing pulled T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 758-203-3 --------do-------SWkN sec. 12 --76 3 60----------------16 ----------------Ir Well s 40 ft east of 758-203-2, water T. 29 S., R. 22 E. level dropped from 8 to 16 ft when wall was drilled below 110 ft, boiling spring muddy while drilling well 758-204-1 G. S. Hancock SWSWt eec. 12 1950 503 6 34 ---400/30 43.2 9-16-58 15 6-7-57 Ir 5-inch liner from 90-137 ft to shut off T. 29 S., R. 22 E. blue clay, pumping level 50+ ft but less than 60 ft; temp. 75"F, 6-7-57 758-204-2 -------.do------SWkS sec. 12 ---80 3 21 --85/15/1 7 67-57 -----------Ir T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 758-204-3 Hillsborough County NHWSWk sec. 12 1951 438 6-4 200 ---------------43 8-51 --------D Supplies 500-student school Bd. of Public Inatr. T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 758-204-4 Fletcher Lett SWkSk sec. 11 1953 530 8 ------------------37.9 9-16-58 ----------Ir Water level reported about 30 ft below T. 29 S., R. 22 E. surface in 1953, pump set at 50 ft 758-207-1 Walton Brothers SWNBk 'sec. 8 ---40 3 19 130 -----------3.1 1-24-58 ---------U T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 2.2 25-58 .5 35-58 .4 3-31-58 3.0 58-58 3.8 65-58 2.9 73-58 758-208-1 S. B. Wilson SWkSWk sec. 7 1954 140 280 --.---------34 5-54 15 67-58 D Practically no water above 134 ft; T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 13 temp.76'F, 6-7-57 758-208-2 L. J. Prosser NWlNEt sec. 7 1946 450 12---140 -----------52.6 3-18-58 -----------.. Ir Water level 35 ft when drilled T. 29 S., R. 22 E. 8 758-212-1 Adolph Crosby SWHEHk sec. 9 1935 145 4 43 77 300/ 22.1 1-28-57 ..----. ---R Water kills crops, ie unfit for drinkT. 29 S., R. 21 E. ing, ell i in pit 12 ft deep, about 10 gpm of swap water drains into well, 5-foot cavity from 140-145 ft 758-216-1 T. Hannasseri NHNW sec. 11 1953 99 3 64----25/4 39 9-23-50 ---.. --. D W-2266 T. 29 S., R. 20 E.

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Teble 10.--Conlonued C11alg te' sar level Chloride conten Ioc nYield sarI Well Owner 1ocathon d r 1 758-216-2 Shirley Lewis HwkSEk sec, 11 1951 120 3 62 .** 10/8 52 59-51 14 5926-58 D W-2437 T. 29 8,, R, 20 E, 758-216-3 Super Test Oil Co. Swk1sk sec. 2 1952 182 3 82 .**** 20/4 49 1-28-52 20 5-27-58 D W-2568 T. 29 S., R, 20 E. 758-217.1 J, L. Dodd SBkNAt sec, 10 1950 116 3 50 ................ 42 12. 6-50 16 5-26.58 D W-2302 T, 29 S., R, 20 E, 758-217-2 Williams Dairy SWN1W see. 10 1950 188 6 79 ----125/5 20 10-20-50 7 7-28-58 D W-2299 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 758-219-1 HardInge Masonry NWkSk sec. 9 1956 93 4 60 **... 55 21 5-56 16 5.27-58 1 5 feet of chert at bottom of well Products Co. T. 29 8., R. 20 8. 00 758-219-2 Raymond Hill NHSkNk sec. 8 1950 90 3 64-10/2 13 112-50 --.. ----..D W-2283 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 758-219-3 W. R. Lunsford NEhSUW sec. 8 1957 101 2 75 --------. ..-..*..12 61-57 18 6-18-57 D,S Cavity from 89-101 ft, well buried T. 29 S., R. 20 B. under concrete slab 758-220-1 W. R. Harris NWkNW sec. 8 1947 137 4 ..--------.-.---. ....15.9 6-18-57 15 6-18-57 D T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 758-220-2 ........do ..---. NWkNWk sec. 8 1941 65 2 ------------------12.6 6-18-57 ---....---U T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 758-220-3 H. G. Reeves SAW1 sec. 5 1957 260 6-4 148 --------------37.8 1-24-57 18 6-18-57 D T. 29 S., R. 20 B. 758-221-1 A. R. Lott NWkMlW sec. 7 ---139 3 40 18 -----------.2 6-18-56 ----.-----U T. 29 S., R. 20 E, 758-222-1 Larry Suares SEkSWk sec. 11 1957 555 6-4 84 --------------15.4 9-17-58 --------U W-4282, well abandoned when City water Construction Co. T. 29 S., R. 19 E. mains were installed -never used 758-223-1 Gus Feagle N3SkW sec. 10 ---160 4 ---44.7 ----------19.7 4-15-58 6 8-18-58 D T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 758-224-1 Garden of Memories SkNEtk eec. 9 1927 700 8 ---------------------------. -10 8-18-58 Zr Cemetery T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casg Water level Chloride conten e aetar T. 29 S, R. 19 E. 0 P 1 '1 ^ 46 1 1 Y g S 8 ; 758-224-2 arde J.of emories SWBkSW sec. 9 1957 748 10 73 534 32.6 9-17-59 ---------Ir etery 29 S. R. 19 E. 758-225-1 ue Ch Frrp Cnte SWBSW sec. 8 -146 3-2 1 ---------------48 ------------------.29 S., R. 19 758-226-1 Blue Chip Cafe SDShE sec. 7 --133 3 51 -------------------------------D T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 758-226-2 oe Caballal fESWt sec. 7 ---210 3 67----------5 ----28 8-15-58 D T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 758-226-3 Lucy G onoalo HEsNWk sec. 7 1955 135 3 103 49.2 ---30 ----10 8-15-58 0 T. 29 S., R. 19 S. 4. 758-226-4 City of Tampa NBkW sec. 7 1910 310 12 --------------------------Formerly municipal supply well ', T. 29 S., R. 19 B. 758-227-2 Duvel Funeral Home NESHEk sec. 12 1953 165 4-3 67 51.8 ------33 4-20-53 28 8-14-58 Ir .W-2920 T. 29 S., R. 18.E. 758-227-3 Henry West SSESEk sec. 12 1949 122 3 82 41.7-----------30 5-23-49 14 8-14-58 Ir. Formerly domestic supply, abandoned T, 29 S., R. 18 E. because of high iron content of water 758-227-4 J. F. Guagliardo NBESEk sec. 12 1952 145 4 111 --60 ------------0----Ir T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 758-227-5 Purity Springs NEkWk sec. 12' 1958 450 4105 --75 23 4-16-58 44 4-10-58 T Test well, supply well 758-227-1 Mater Co. T, 29 S., R. 18 E. 21 ii 30 ft east of teat well 758-227-6 Big Barn Food SWkSEk sec. 1 1951 146 4 36 ----------22 42-13-51 ---------D W-2588 Market Inc. T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 758-227-7 Buffalo Avenue SESSE sec. 1 1950 255 8 82 -------------32 9-1350 -------D Baptist Church T. 29 8., R. 18 E, 758-228-1 G. A. McGinnis SWH Ng sec. 11 1950 167 4-3 102 ------------15 6-28-50 38 4-11-58 I Water contains much H2S T. 29 S., R. 18 B. 758-229-1 -----------SENWtS se. 10 -68 2 42 ------------6.6 1-10-58 -----------U T. 29 S., R. 18 E.

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ITlIe 10. .Coaeiaue Vi -V .T 8 Se l__ __ --Ciiis l .ariisoi Will Owne o40 oa Sp. bu gamuts 75.2301. I, Ctccarllo 1SVAW sec. 10 1926 91 2 4 ----.............. 4 1957 13 1.11.57 D Uel I. burae 1. 29 8., R. 18 I. 75I-2302 The Borden Co, WVt t ac, 9 1943 $12 10 5 31 300 13,6 9-18.58 -........* U W.766, City II, U.S. Army 16, 7, 29 3,, It. 1 E. Old Amy 14, well ts pluued s7d ihendoned 9-18-58 758-230-3 City of Tampe Stlk see. 9 *... 436 10 141 29.5 500/23 13.5 1942 149 4*42 0 V-689, City 4, U.S. Amy 4 T, 29, 1., R, 18 I. 758-231-1 ........ do....... NWk sie. 9 1942 508 10 93 -500/6 14 1942 22 5-42 1 V-690, City 5, 0.S. Ary 5 T, 29 S., R. 18 L, 7M*231-2 -.---. do ........ Mkll see. 8 1943 502 10 99 27.9 360/1 14.7 94-43 -----P If811, City 12, U0.. Army 12. T. 29 A., R. 18 B. Old Army 15 S758-231-3 -........do ........ S sec. 1942 513 10 134 ..... 425/5 14 101-42 44 10-42 0 9.693, City 6, U.S. Ary 6, T. 29 S., I. 18 E. Old Army 8, wter salty after pumpLag 250 spa for 5 days 758.231-4 ........ do ........ M E sac. 8 1942 312 10 *20. -----------------....... 76 --42 0 V11.-191, City 1, 0.S. Amy I T. 29 S,, R. 18 E. 758-231-5 ..--...do--........ W .1942 309 10 21.1 .-----------....... 72 5. -22 0 Iit-I192, City 2, U.S. Army 2 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 758-231-6 -------do -* ........ % sec. 8 1942 221 6 23 23.6 300 10 6-23-42 51 5-42 r0 :-688, City 3, U.S. Ary 3 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 758-231-7 .......do -..... SUVtlg es. 9 1942 511 10 101 ---500/8 11 1942 -------. .P City 10, U.S. Amy 10 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 759-203-1 R. L. Crocker WhmSk sec. 1 1940 265 6-4 140 --------------22 1940 --.... -.. -Ir At depth 0-140 ft water levt was & ft T. 29 S., I. 22 E. below lead swrtace; 140-200 ft wter lentl ws 40 ft; 200-265 f water Irel was 22 ft 759-211-1 L. C. Griffin SgfSEk sec. 34 1946 452 8 --105.9 700 35.7 1-11-57 -.......T. 28 8., R. 21 3.

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Table 10.-Continued Casing ater level Clorida content a O Y ld 6 Vwll Owner Location a edl 0 ii .4 gp u 99/dd/hrsa *6 a __ ________ itat __ ____ aB ~___ 759-211-2 T. C. Aired NWkN sec. 2 1957 30 4 15 -250 5 1957 ---------Ir Temp. 79%, 6-6-57 T. 29 S., R. 21 B. 759-215-1 F. R. Ennis SVkNEk sec. 1 --------6 --60.5-------40 ----------0 U.S. Engineering Dept.400 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 759-216-1 Walter Killian SEkNEk sec. 2 1951 96 3 75 ----------------22 1-2251 14 5-26-58 0 -2354 T. 29 S., R. 20 B. 759-219-1 Erwin Perkinse NSkNEk ee. 5 1957 137 4 81 --------------8 2-57 13 6-11-57 Ir T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 759-220-1 A. T. Flowers SEkSWk sec. 31 ---40 3 --20 ------------2.1 6-18-57 ----------Vell covered by fill, Sepember 1958 T. 28 S., R. 20 B. 759-220-2 W. C. Pound SEkNBk sec. 6 1956 158 4 85---------------55 7-1656 8 8-20-58 0,3 T. 29 S., R. 20 E. 759-221-1 C. D. Shifflett WN sc. 1 ---190 4 -----30 -----------4.6 6-13-57 21 8-20-58 V Water contains much H2S T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 759-222-1 East Side Water Co. MWkW sec. 2 1956 338 6 83 30 400 12 7-30-56 15 81-56 p V-3996, supplies Bast Lake Park T. 29 8., R. 19 B. subdivision 759-222-2 ----do------NWW sec. 2 1957 537 10 105 31 1,200/6/8 9.9 917-8 ----------V ater level 10.7 ft below top of T. 29 S., R. 19 B. 10-inch coupling which is 1.2 ft above ground, 4-15-58 759-222-3 Pik'n Pak Discount NlkNEk sec. 2 1958 215 6 56 40 150/2/2 15.8 9-17-58 --------City T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 759-222-4 C. D. Shifflett SBkSk sec. 2 1953 129 3 72 30 100/21 13 2*53 ----------D Water contains less 2S than nearby T. 28 8., R. 19 B. wells (reported) 759-224-1 F. 0. Peres SikSEB sec. 33 1957 120 4 50 58.9 10/15 25.2 79-57 7-11-57 D Principal vater-bearing zone at 53 ft T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 759-224-2 W. Alderman NWNE\ see.c 4 1957 154 3-2 79 ---------------30 1957 6 8-18-58 T. 29 S., R. 19 E.

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Tabl$ 10.IOCoatlnu*d C g Water level Chlorldie onse Well Ovuar Locolton I1 I IelaA 1 8 8p a/ddlhr s d1 1 I I _V iI J _____ ME ._ -, 1i A_ ____ hi A I A 759.226.1 Von NI wan and Bller 8E4tWit sec. 31 1953 353 4-3 167 ............ 32 32-53 .* -* W-2922, drains 40 sgpm from sti condt 1. 29 8., It. 19 3, cioner 759-226-2 ........do ........ SlSV see. 31 1950 256 6-4 140 54.8 ............ 1 7721-50 **-** ******* D T. 29 1., A. 19 E. 759-226.3 Roellum akers Inc. N"ME srec 6 1947 620 6 110 65.6 ............ 38 6-10-47 31 4-15-58 Zr W-1504, 10 hp Jac pump set at 45 ft T. 29 8., R. 19 3. lose prima when not throttled, norual pumpinI level 35 ft below surface 759-226-4 rs. Crook S1tWk sec, 6 1955 165 3 50 415 ......... 23 6-15-55 14 8-15-58 D T. 29 8., 1. 19 3. 759-226-5 Fralds Inc. aktu ( sec. 6 1954 116 3 43 ----100/34 24 97-54 5 1-22-57 3 V-3341 S. 29 S., R. 19 3. 759-227-1 Hilltborough County S~LM sec. 1 1952 183 6 55 49.1 100 31 69-52 23 8-14-56 Ir W-3029 I 3d. of Public Instr. T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 759-227.2 Purity Springs Water SWkEk sec. 1 1958 240 16*-** 31 600/15/30 9.5 4-15-58 135 8-14-58 P Co. T. 29 8., R. 18 E. 12 759-227-3 J. H. Davis HMMIk ec. 6 1955 152 3 42 --20/3 27 16-55 ----.-----. -R W-3418 T. 29 S., R. 19 E. 759-229-1 H. P. Buseell StVk sec. 34 .--70 2 40*-* -... ---.... -... ........ 36 1-10-58 D Supplies Stan's Drive-in Restaurant and T. 28 8., R. 18 E. Bussell Piping Contractors 759-229-2 Florida State HNWtWk sec. 3 1945 367 6 93 36 ..--........ 17.4 1-10-58 -----.--.. Well. yitlded sany wacer, abandoned Theaters Inc. T. 29 8., R. 18 E. 17.4 25-58 14.3 35-58 16.2 3-31-58 17.0 57-58 18,2 65-58 16.4 9-17-58 759-231-1 City of Taupa SEN3 k eac. 5 1943 515 10 80 29 300 14.5 7-11-43 -.-----. ----P 1-800, City 14. 0.S. Army 14, Old Army 16 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 759-231-2 --.------do-----SEV-Na sec. 5 1942 478 10 121 28.6 550/1 12 0-23-42 30 0-25-42 P V-694, City 9, U.S. Army 9 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 759-231-3 ....... do-------EtS sec. 5 1942 208 10 87 ---430/6 10.5 9-10-42 44 10-42 p V-691, City 8, U.S.A-my 8, T. 29 S., R. 18 E. Old Army 6

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Table 10.--Continued SCain Water level Chlorid content 1ell Owuer Location md IeMrl 6 I gpm/dd/hra a. a j a W BI 759-231-4 City of Tampa SWkHW7 sec. 4 1943 500 12 74 28.3 350/2 13.3 83-43 76 5-42 P W-802, City 15, U.S. Army 15, T. 29 S., R. 18 .Old Army 18 759-231-5 -. ----do------NEE sec. 5 1942 511 10 112 29.7 425/6 16.4 9-30-42 16 8-12-58 'P -692, City 7, U.S. Army 7 T. 29 S., R. 18 E. 759-231-6 ---d------H1~SZ sec. 5 1943 501 12 84 32.8 350/0.5 18 8-18-43 --------P W--803, City 16. U.S. Army 19 T. 29 S., R. 18 B. 759-231-7 ----.. do--..-SSr~t sec. 5 1943 337 10 94 28.3 -----------14.5 7-23-43 ---------P W-801, City 13, U.S. Army 13, T. 29 S., .18 E. ld Army, 17 759-231-8 Alterman Transport SWkSWk sc. 32 1955 182 4 93 ----42 13. 52-55 27 4-25-58 D W-3515 Lines, Inc. T. 28 8., R. 17 E. S759-233-1 Webb and Gibbons SWkSWk sec. 36 -131 6 --.. 9 ----------------175 9-26-57 D,S Temp 75*F, 8-13-58; flowo into pond as Trustee T. 28 S., R. 17 E. through underground tee in casing 759-233-2 Marco Penn HWNitk sec. 1 -100 4 -------------+2.4 9-26-57 128 8-12-58 D Temp. 76', 8-12-58; flows continuously T. 29 S., R. 17 E. into fish pond, water sold as Penn Kineral Health Water 759-235-1 -----------------S k sec. 3 1957 200 3 --. .--------------------2,220 8-12-58 U T. 29 S., R, 17 E. Temp 740?, 8-12-58 759-235-2 John Meeker VNEI k sec. 3 1957 107 2 30 -----------7 1957 1,200 12-58 T. 29 S., R. 17 B. 800-207-1 City of Plant City SWkSV sec. 29 1958 650 16213 129 1,050/39/24 44.4 3-17-58 12 3-18-58 P -4621, City 4 T. 28 S., R. 22 E. 12 800-208-1 L. B. and 1. D. SBkS6W sec. 29 1946 599 8 ---------------------------------------Russell T. 28 8., R. 22 E. 800-208-2 Shirriff-Horsey Corp. SWkSWh sec 29 1945 499 12 .----.. 500 29 3-56 --------T. 28 8., R. 22 B. 800-208-3 --.---do------SkSk sec. 29 1946 692 12 110 --1,800/19 28 2-52 -------I Temp. 80'F, 3-5-57; while pumping T. 28 S., R. 22 B. 2,300 spm 800-208-4 -------do--SSW sc. 29 1946 782 12 110 --1,100/19 28 1946 --------I Hole size decreases frm 16 inches to T. 28 S., R, 22 E. 12 inches at 235 it

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Table M10.-C&Aa.iaad S--Ca tag ietr level Chlorld eunse1 I Ome t *s Rea Wel, O1ar Lo'rlon 1 a g,. Ipa/dd/hrs %o, Rk __ ______iJi __ Ei ALi4 LA d A____ 800-208.5 Shirrlff.Horsey Corp SlkSEl sec. JO 1955 736 16 113 1----,000 *** ...... .. ....... I T. 28 S., R. 22 E, 80011-1 V. L. Epps tkSEk see. 27 1950 20 2 20 .**. 50 7 2. -57 --....Ir Several smlilar wlls on property T. 28 S., t. 21 t. 800-214-1 I. R. Dukes SESEk sec. 30 1949 185 4 85 ***** .....--..13 8-49 .----.. lr Pmp loses prime hen pumped at 600 gpm T. 28 S,, 1. 21 E. for several days 800-214-2 ........do -...... SSk sec. 30 1951 90 4 50 -...............17 1951 *.. ....... Ir Pumpng level below 25 ft after T. 28 S., R. 21 1. 10 minutes pumping 400 pm 800-214-3 Dukes and ossberg SEtkSB sec. 30 1935 153 8 90.... 800/3.5/1 +.5 1935 ------.-Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 5. t 800-220-1 J. Vanderburg 9SlB2i sec. 31 .... 100 4 .------.--------.. +2 6-17-57 .--.--.... Ir. lous about 30 Spm r T. 28 S., 1. 20 E. 800-220-2 R. 0. Tuggle SikN)I sec. 31 1935 204 4 ...------------------..----...... Ir Flous intermitCetly, water contains T. 28 S., R. 20 Z. much iron and H2S 800-220-3 E. M. IbWite WkSA sec. 31 1955 48 3 30 ----------------+2.9 6-18-57 ------S Supplles fish batchery, wll botcom T. 28 S., R. 20 E. .at top of rock, alwys flows 800-224-1 Del Rio Estates SESEa see. 28 1957 375 8 144 ---. 450/17 6.8 9-29-50 ---------U T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 800-224-2 Del Rio Utility Co. MiMk sec. 33 --200 6 ------------------9.1 6-17-58 -------P Standby well 15 hp electric and auxilary T. 28 S., R. 19 E. gasoline powered centrifugal pump 800-224-3 -----do-----SEk sec. 28 --190 4 98 ---------------------------P Regularly pumps 400 spm, 7.5 hp electric T. 28 S., R. 19 S. centrifugal pump 800-227-1 Charles Coins SWtSi' sec. 30 1957 192 3 93 51.9----------36 0-24-57 ----------D T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 800-227-2 Seminole Heights SBASEk sec. 36 1957 616 6 86 40.7 90/3.5 22 10-30-57 -----------D Mathodist Church T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 800-227-3 -----do------SEkSk sec. 36 1957 729 6-4 ---41 --------------------R -467, constant vater disposal well, T. 28 S., R. 18 E. salt water encountered at 725 ft depth

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Table 10.-Continued Caaing ater level Chloride conten I eield B0rle Well Ovner Location ., d/hr ___ ___ 1 _i 0 J./dd/hrs CHji d A a 800-227-4 Bertie McCord NKEZ k sec. 36 1955 202 4 105 51.1 -------36.5 11-14-55 --------D W-3713, well buried 2.5 fc below land T. 28 S., R. 18 B. surface 800-227-5 American Legion SEksWk sec. 25 956 130 4 55----50/5 17 73-56 ----------D -3977 Foot III T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 800-227-6 D. Garcia SWkS .sec. 30 1950 183 4 42 44.5 20 ------------.U W-2274, plugged and abandoned T. 28 S., R. 19 !. 800-227-7 Thelma Farmer SWtHWk sec. 36 1938 192 2 -------.----------.7 6-10-58 --------Supplies fish pond T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 800-227-8 urity Springs Water SWkW c see. 36 1927 134 1260---. ----P all flas when not pumped, pumping Co. T. 28 S., R. 18 .6 level 15 ft below surface when pumping 1 T500 gpm continuously U1 (1 800-228-1 0. B. Dempsey HEBkN sec. 35 1957 113 4 65----------------14 8-57 14 66-58 D ater contains much U28 and iron T. 28 S., R. 18 B. 800-228-2 Tampa Police Pistol lBklWk sec. 35 -125 3 ------------------7.2 66-58 ---------U Club T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 800-230-1 Robert Jones SEkSBk sec. 28 1947 110 2 --------------12 --23 6-11-58 D T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 800-230-2 I. E. Whealton 3kUkB sec. 33 1924 125 2 ---.-------------------23 6-11-58 D Well formerly supplied several houses T. 28 S., R. 18 E. in are 800-230-3 .W. Shepard NHNEk1 sc. 33 1950 300 4 64 ---------------20 611-58 ..------U Surface caved in and wel filled with 0T. 28 S., R. 185. 30 ft of sand at depth of 80 ft with T. 28 ., R. 18 .40 ft of casing, vater level dropped from 12 to 20 ft below surface when casing was driven to 64 ft to shut off sand 800-233-1 H. C. Williams HNkSEk sec. 25 1955 200 2 170 ----.-------..13 8-12-58 D Well supplies dairy and 2 houses T. 28 S., R. 17 E. 800-234-1 L. 8. Robles SWkEk sec. 35 1900 135 4 40 -------------3.2 17-58 371 17-58 U Temp. 73*F 8-12-58 T. 28 8., R. 17 8.

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1e 10, LCoer level Chlorti |P h5 1 9S V 1 i W*ll OOwnr Location g 8 | / h rk 800-135-1 g LHayman WkIVWk sec. 27 -... 125 4 42 -... .*......... 0.0 17-58 45 17-58 8 7, 28 8., i, 17 9, 801-204-1 C, V, Ackerman NIr1Wk sec. 23 1923 25 4 20 ..... ..-.....3.7 5-14-58 -** --Ir T. 28 S., R, 22 Z. 801.206-1 P, Park WWk **. s 27 ..-749 12 150 .-. 720/1.5/1 50.2 5-15-58 ..-* .-Ir T. 28 S., R. 22 E. 801.206-2 Plant City Wslding SWW sec. 27 1951 234 6 80 .-. 200 2.9 5-23-58 .... ..---. D IW2491 and Tank Co, T, 28 S., R. 22 E. 801-2071 City of Plant City St sec. 29 1908 340 10. 260 128 500 33 1912 .. .U Formerly Cty 1, U.S. EnSr. Dept. 401, T. 28 8., R. 22 S. 8 H-23 in VP 773-C, water level 36.9 ft below top of pump bass which was led on 9-21-34, caaing rusted out, plugged and Sabandoned 1941 8012077........-do------W sec. 28 927 367 16280 128 1,500/5/cont 39 1-20-34 14 8-22-58 P -30, U.S. Zngr Dept. 492, City 2, T. 28 S., R. 22 .12 orerly City 3, H-25 in VIP 773-C, T. 28 S., .22 2ater leveL 0 t in 1927 801-207-3 ---do-........ 8 c. 28 1943 488 12 40 128.5 .--....--.-3 7-43 --------U -793, formrly City 4, water polluted, T. 28 S., 1. 22 ,. 10 plugged and abandoned 801-207-4 ---do----SWkB sec. 29 1947 760 12 105 133.8 1,200/8 42 1947 ------V i-382, City 3, pumps continuously at T. 28 8., R. 22 .1,200 Sp 801-207-5..---....do..-SW sec. 28 1914 637 16 160 132 500 40 1914 14 8-22-58 P City I formerly City 2, H-24 in T. 28 8., R. 22 5. P 773-C 801-208-1 k. Dudinski NBkfE sec. 30 1950 87 4 43 -------------38 5-50 ---------I 2186 T. 28 S., R. 22 3. 801-211-i Olin Dukes lIN9tN sec. 28 --25 6 78 95 -------18.7 1-10-57 ..--------I Never ao prie hen pumped at 300 8pm T. 28 S., R. 21 E. with centrifugal pump 801-212-1 Fred Gortner SU~ I W sec. 28 1951 108 3 70 --5/2 32 1951 *-----------D W-2471 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-1 C. Farrie 8.NZk sea. 29 1943 250 8 60 75.4---------.-5 19-57 -------U T. 28 8., R. 21 B.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing Water level Chloride conent T. 28.R. 2 .at 55 ft in tuc and and 801-213-4 C. 5. Dye NIVkWk sec. 29 1951 123 4 81120/8 10 7-28-51 ------------Zr W-2470 all 28 S. R. 21 8. 801-213-5 D. .rrHull NBkSBk se. 29 1942 55 8 55 ---------------942 ---U Wl wa driled n inkhol, doned T. 28 8., R. 21 E. 55 f n ck and 801-213-6 C. R. DColle 8 Wk sec. 20 951 123 4 81 -----120/8 10 7-2 -51 ----------r W2470 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-7 D. D. irkland r. S k ec. 29 1942 402 8 60-------------30 1942-57 --------I T. 28 S., R. 21 8. 801-213-6 M.R. Cdollns SkNWk seec. 21 ---100 4 7.5 500/6 81 19-57 ---------noh of 801-213 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-9 W. G. rkland,B r. HWWkW c sec. 28 --90 2 110--------------.9 1----5--------IU T. 28 S., R. 21 B. 801-213-10 T. ---urvdo--SW c. 20 194 100 4 65 76.2 500/6 7.6 2--57 ------Ir I north of 801217 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-9 R, 0. LaBroad NMkWt sec. 28 .--. 193 4 110 -----------------------------------Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-10 T. B. Purvis SEVNWI; see. 20 1945 119 6 ...71.1 250 17.6 2-11-57 ------Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-11 City of Tampa MNkSSg sec. 20 1957 750 4 74 69.4-----------3.5 2-28-57 -------0 W-4260, City teat well 3, deepened T. 28 8., R. 21 8. 1.3 3-10-57 from 523 to 750 ft July 1957, flows 1.5 53-57 intermittently 1.6 83-57 801-213-12 ----do-----NgkSWk sec. 20 1957 84 4 0 68.2----------9.2 3-13-57 ---U Sinkhole formed around well, samples T. 28 S., R. 21 E. discarded, abandoned, no City number assigned 801-213-13 --------do------NSWk sec. 20 1957 345 4 64 68.2----------7.6 53-57 ---------0 W-4259, City test well 2 T. 28 S., R. 21 8. 8 5-16-57 7.3 101-58 801-213-15 ----.. do ..--NBS.Sk sec. 20 1957 417 16 69 69.3 2,200/26.6/ .6 35-57 9 3-25-57 0 W-4261, City well A; flows intermittently T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 3.1 801-213-16 ----do-----NHkSk sec. 20 1957 250 4 49 73.9 --------6.8 53-57 -----0 W-4262, City teat well 4 T. 28 8., R. 21 E.

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TebI o )0,-Coatlausd Ca all I W t level Chlarjid.cun iln Ynar owr LocaIion I apg /d hr. a A & *801-213-17 City of Tampa NEkS1 sec. 20 1957 310 4 0 70 -....... ... ... ....... ......... 0 W-4258, City test well 5, abandoned T. 28 S., R. 21 X. at 310 ft In clayey sand 801-213-18 -.....do ....... NkSk eec. 20 1957 80 4 0 ............. ... .. ---... No City number imeigned, driller could T, 28 S., R. 21 E. not came off broken chart, abandoned 801-213-19 ........ do........ N z sac. 20 1957 400 4 78 72.9 .-----...... 3.5 5-57 -----W-4265, City teat well 6 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-20 -........do .----NBSElk sec. 20 1957 400 4 39 71,7 ............ 3.5 4-31-57 ---.... 0 W-1264, City test wll SA T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 3.3 53-57 3 83-57 801-213-21 .----... do-----.... .see. 20 1957 256 4 92 74.7 ............ 5.2 53-57 .--. .......-0 W-4269, City test tmll 8 T. 28 S., R. 21 3. S801-213-22 .-----..do -.---N.kSk sec. 20 1957 800 16 72 74.1 -...------------...... 6 57-57 0 W-4268, City test well B T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-213-23 .------.. do----..N~S sec. 20 1957 256 4 86 70.5 ....------. .6.5 5 3-57 .--.----.0 W-4270, City tels well 7 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-214-1 0. H. Griffin SWUN sec. 29 1938 180 0 130 .-------..-. ----6 7-30-57 -.---.----U Well formerly drained a pond in which T. 28 S., R. 21 LE it was drilled 801-214-2 -d----do-----SW--V sec. 29 1935 175 6 46 ..---.--..------. 7.8 7-29-58 ---------U Cesing partially obstructed at 13 ft T. 28 S., R. 21 ,. 801-214-3 --------do------SW Wk ee. 29 1906 110 6 90 --------------------.......-.Ir Well in center of Gallagher Road, pump T. 28 S., R. 21 E. is 45 ft east of well 801-214-4 D. L. NevWome NZkNk seec. 30 1906 450 6 110 ----------------5 1929 ----------Ir Wll deepened from 225 to 450 ft T. 28 S., R. 21 E. in 1929 801-214-5 --------do---SkNE519 sec. 30 1946 105 4 58 ------------------------------ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-214-6 C. E. Allchain NEZIk sec. 30 --140 4 ----------------.. -------.Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 801-217-1 E. A. Ritter SEtNk seec. 22 1951 110 3 73 ---15/1 31 87-51 .-------. .D W-2493 T. 28 S., R. 20 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Caing Water level Chloride content S -# Yield I N be i r k Sp/dd/hr Wall O0ner Locatian I Ihrs 801-223-1 J. D. Lockaby NEIEtk sec. 26 1956 235 6 57 ---100 24 106-56 --------D Water level 2.6 ft below top of 6-inch T. 28 S., R. 19 E. casing which is 0.5 ft above surface, 11-7-56 801-223-2 Her-chel Homes, Inc. SEFHW sec. 27 1956 266 6 72 ----400 20.5 8-10-56 26 6-12-58 P W-4070 T. 28 S., R. 19 B. 801-223-3 City of Temple NWkHWk sec. 26 1956 465 12 97---600/60 30 5-30-56 -------P W-3970, City 3 Terrace T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 801-224-1 K. M. Collins lWkHEk sec. 21 1946 90 2 ---------------------21.5 117-56 16 17-56 D T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 801-226-1 City of Tampa SEkNWk sec. 30 1924 375 6 --------,---10 10-21-57 ---------U ormerly supplied Hamilton Heights T. 28 S., R. 19 B. subdivision U1 801-226-2 1. T. Hirech SEHWc sec. 30 1953 52 2 32 --------------25 -----------Pump sucks air through drop pipe at T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 30 ft below surface when Sulphur Springs pool ie lowered 801-227-1 Paul Schwartz NWkSW sec. 19 ---315 8-6 -31.2 ------21.4 23-58 -------0 Well in pit 18 ft below surface T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 801-227-2 Sulphur Springs SwNWk see. 30 1923 31 8 0 ------------0 .9-29-58 --------D Water is reported to be mild laxative Tourist Club T. 28 S., R. 19 B. 801-227-3 Paul Schwartzs WkfSW sec. 19 -930 8 300 31.5 200/9 17.4 1-24-58 4,876 7-12-58 0 Formerly used as disposal well for T. 28 S., R. 19 B. cooling water of ice plant 801-227-4 City of Tampa S5Nk sec. 25 1918 200 4 30 -------------17.4 9-29-58 3,550 8-19-58 U Temp. 78'F, 8-19-58; well drilled in T. 28 S., R. 18 8. original "Sulphur Spring" which dried up when well began to flow; well has Long been referred to as "Sulphur Spring"; water from 400 ft deep well 6 ft west of this well was too salty to be palatable and was plugged and abandoned 801-227-5 Ingalls Hardware NIkSEk see. 24 --48 -------------------21.9 1-16-58 -------U T. 28 S., R. 18 B. 801-228-1 City of Tampa NESE% see. 23 ---375 6 -35.3 -------18.7 66-58 -----U Well is obstructed at 185 ft. formerly T. 28 8., R. 18 B. supplied "El Portal" subdivision

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Table 1|0,|',ColUad o a t --Wler level bChlorldC oa n Wall O rYield a. Well onr Loratlo, f J" .8pm/dd/hr. 28 1 S M k _____ ___l l____i III U1 ______ 601-328.2 Purity Sprint Water WAM~I see, 26 .... 300 12-.. ... .500 P .. .F ferred to as Orleans Avenue wll Co. T. 28 1,# R, It I .a 801-329-1 ........do ........ lkSZk sec. 22 1956 255 12 -A .* 850/52/30 12 1956 9 3-1.56 F W,3859, referred to as Armenia Avenue T, 28 S., R. 18 5. well 801-238-1 Henry Hunt SF.E~t sec. 19 ... 87 4 84 ..... 160 0 ....... 1,450 81158 Ir Well is buried 3 ft deep T. 28 i., 1. 17 C. 801*238-2 .Ltguori IkWlk see. 19 1957 76 4 65 ................ +2 9-20-57 1,780 IY2-57 D Host of water cam In at 1-ft cavity T. 28 6,, R. 17 E. a bottcc of wll 802-209-1 Fred Collins HaHNk sec. 24 1937 143 6 100 *............. 15 1957 **** ...... *U T. 28 S., R. 21 2. 802-209-2 ........do...... k sec. 13 1938 212 8 65 ---800/3.5/1 12 1938 -......U 0 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 802-209-3 .0. Webster IHWlkl sec. 24 1954 119 4 52 --............. 24 1954 ---...... D T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 802-210-1 A. F. Griffin SBzk)k sec. 15 1935 473 3 60--165/11 16 10-57 ---.. -Ir Top of casing 2 ft below surface, T. 28 S., R. 21 E. deepened fro 135 to 473 ft in 1956 802-210-2 Russell RabLs SUJV see. 13 1935 480 8 65 --.-----------25 1935 ---------Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 B. 802-210-3 --------do--...--IW.t ec. 24 1935 452 6 60 ---------..25 1935 --.... --U T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 802-210-4 Hillsboro County S3k sec. 15 1944 108 3 60 .--.--------11 1944 ---------D Serves school of 550 pupils Dd. of Public Inatr. T. 28 S., R. 21 8. 802-210-5 A. F. Griffin SB3L k se. 15 1956 128 4 69 102 -----------16.2 12-19-56 ---------I r Water level reported 16 ft below land T. 28 S., R. 21 E. surface, 9-1-56 802-211-1 Charles Forbes SWSWY sec. 14 1950 165 4 65 ----------13 1950 -------Ir Irrigate& 3 acres T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 802-212-1 A. H. Fritzka NHNi sec. 21 1930 150 6 60 ------10 .......----...........-r T. 28 S., R. 21 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing -Water level Chloride conten 802-213-2 ........ do........ k sc. 21 /1931 50 10 77 ......... 9 127 Draudo-n excessive after pump-nseveral T .. 28 S, .2 802-213-3 Harold Fry SHikSN sec. 17 1 00 5 6 73.3 ....... 8. 12-57 ------Ir Scop of 4-inch casing 74.1 ft 802-214-1 H. Hopkins HWhSE sec. 18 1945 75 6 60 ------3 5-16-58 ----Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 802-215-1 B. C. Cook and Son SEkSyk sec. 13 1920 : 50 8 100 5 -----1.7 1-23-57 ---U Wll formerly drained vamp, used Ow T. 28 S., R. 20 occasonally for ria ove, lar S* cavity reported at bottom 802-215-2 A. J. Walker sec. 18 350 6 46.7 ----38 12357 Ir asured depth 171 t, ell flows T. 28 S., R. 20 ..9 53157 intermittently, reporedly spouted ft .1 9-30-58 above top of casing in about 1930 802-217-1 L. W. FrLee HWE~HN sec. 22 19531 125 65 111. 1,000 84.5 12-56 -----------r Irr 10 cr, pp n c T. 28 S., R. 21 E. header with 802-213-2 which is 20 ft south 802-213-2 --------do----------Wk51 eec. 21 1931 450 6 13077 77-------------9 12-57-------------Ir Dravdbun exctesive after pumping several T. 28 S., R. 21E. days 802-213-3 Harold Fry SUsM sec. 17 -.-100 5 ----73.9--------------8 12-57 ------------I-r T. 28 S., R. 21 B. 802-222-1 City of Temple SNEkk sec. 17 1925 430 4208 7--------5.5 --5 -----------0 W4263orer supply well or Tend flle Terrace, Terrace T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 2 whte trillng 150-190 ftbre cased off with 2%-inch liner from 20 to 208 ft, 78.4approximately 15 belo top of 4-inch ccasing,titude 0% top of 4-inch casing 74.1 ft abandoned 802-223-1 -H. Hopkins -HWSt sec. 18 1954 75 6 1 60----------------3 5-16-58 ------3208, Cty 2 T. 28 S., R. 19 E. 802-2123-2 -. -. dook and-on StlE sec. 15 1920 450 1 10055 ----------1.7 1-23-57 ------Well forrly drind p, ued T. 28 S., R. 19 .occ ly for irig g grove, lrge cavity reported at bottom 802-215-2 A. J. Walker SW A sec. 18 -e-350 6 ----46.7-----------3.8 1-23-57-------------IZr Measured depth 171 ft, well flows T. 28 S.. R. 20 z. .9 5-31-57 intermittently, reportedly spouted 5 ft .1 9-30-58 above top of casing in shout 1930 802-217-1 L. V. Lee NANA nee. 22 1945 746 12 96 111.8 1,000 84.5 11-18-56---------------0 T. 28 S., R. 203S. 802-222-1 city of Temple SW7~mk sec. 17 1925 364 8-----------------------34.2 116-56---------------U Former supply well for Temple Terrace, Terrace T. 28 S., R. 19 R. water trickles through break in casing approximately 15 ft below top of casing, abandoned 802-223-1 --------do------NW`HWk sec. 23 1954 480 10 93 ----700/12 47 1954 26 6-12-58 P W-3208, City 2 T. 28 S., R. 193E. 802-223-2 .......-do----------...t. sec. 15 1958 510 12 1191.----.---.----------58 1958 14 3-12-58 P W-4614, City 4 T. 28 S., R. 193c.

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TebLI 10,--Coenlaued Coding 46atr level Chloride Geanc i Wel* owner 0%,o e i p i.. ..... _______i lil i____ijaijJ'.__ 102-123.3 .ty of Temple INkyS3 sec. 15 1958 248 6 1 65 *.......... 4 L 10-id --.. ..-. U Teac weLL, to northehu o 802-223.2, rrrac T. 8 S. t 29 E. wter level Iowered 10 fc vwhn 802-223-2 was drilled, water leveL 63.4 It when 802.223-2 i pumped at 510 gpm for I hr, 10 min 802-225-1 Joeeph Ichllt Sr seec. 17 1940 510 10 40 *..a ----.---* .. 400 9-17-42 U Army well 1, for lenderion PLeld, rawingl Co. 1. 28 S., .18 3. reactivated as supply for conetruCaion oa Schlitz Brtwing Co., L957 802-225-2 ........do........ SS3U sec. 17 1957 691 14249 43.9 570/32/4 20.3 9-11-57 191 78-57 '( Quality unsatisfacO ory for cooling 1. 28 S., R, 19 1, 10 purposee N) 802-227-1 David Hope MiWSk sec. 13 1947 57 2 21 ---.-............ 16.7 5-28-58 101 18-42 ID Cavicy 52-57 ft T. 28 S., R. 18 X. 802-227-2 Ralph Worsley MISk sec. 18 1946 45 4 42 33.5 5/15 26 1946 ..-..... D M W-1447 T. 28 S., R. 19 S. 802-227-3 Willsborough County SWMIW sec. 24 1956 336 6 --.... -... 125/3.5 20.5 3-24-56 ..-.--..r Sal water in cavty 31a-336 I,, Bd. of Public Inrsr. T. 28 S., A. 18 Z. plugged back to 297' ft to cut off malt 802-227-4 Wt X. Hanner s514A sec. 24 1951 115 6 ----------------20 12-20-51 1,185 2-20-51 B? SaLty water, abandoned T. 28 S., i. 18 E. 802-227-5 .-.......do........ SW& .sec. 24 1951 268 4 ----------------22 0-29-51 ------...' Salty water, abandoned,. 60 ft north T. 28 S., R. 18 E. ao 802-227-4 802-230-1 Kr. Thomkins SVXt sec. 21 1941 381 4 100 *---500 18 1949 ------r T. 28 S., R. 18 802-231-1 urner's Dairy StNEl sec. 17 1943 125 4 60 47.4 50/4 10.8 96-57 14. -19-57 i' Water tvel 14 1 t in 1950,, yield T. 28 S., R. 18 E. dec:aed to 17 gpnm It 1950', abandoned 802-231-2 ------do-------SQMk sec. 17 1950 255 4 200 --80 14 1950 ----------. 60 ft northeast of 802-231-1 T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 802-231-3 ------do------NES.c sec. 17 1956 645 8 72 ---500/5 15 9-22-56 ---------T. 28 S., .18

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Table 0O.--Cntinued Casing Vacer level Cdlori d content '...0Z Yltd ",. j" 5,,! S,, 81 ie S &Location :0 Vm NOtRAN rs -. he 0 ,, gPli a S 5______ 802-232-1 John Rodriguez lMUE sec. 19 1957 87 2 59 30 ------5.3 9-3-5T 14 U-19-57 D Wlaer contains much. ,an T. 28 S., R. 18 802-233-1 S. M. Carsmon SENEk sec. 13 1955 110 3 58 35.1-----8.8 9-13-57 -----D T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 802-234-1 Hilo Thomas SEkStk sec. 14 -115 4 --12 -------+3 9-19-5 17 9-19-57 Wter level .4 t abo top Ti. 28 S., R. 18 .cor plate which. is 0..3 E above Iound: 802-234-2 Louis Hanrnco MNkSk see. 14 1957 97 3 60 ------------3.2 9-20-57 15 9-20-57 D Temp. 75T, 9-20-57 T. 28 S., R. 17 B. 802-235-1 F. .C. Eckrt MESUNk sec. 22 1957 312 4 206 17 60 .5 9-26-57 -26-57 D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 802-236-1 Clo. h 8S sec. J. 21 -98 2 40 ----------+1.2 -1 7-58 1 17 -79--57 ,5 rw, r esh wa 1 r in caviy 60-66 ft, T. 28 S., R. 17 8. sulphr wacer at 70 f t depho. wateo tlverl rose progressively with depth. 802-238-1 Lo. .Freeman StWk see. 19 15-86 4 -3.1 2-.0 11-27-56 1,820 1-27-56 0 T .a 725', 11-26-56, wll flows T. 28 S., R. 17 .intemittently, cspped 802-238-2 ..--. do ---SWtK sec. 19 1946 83 -------------1,400 1-27-56 e. 73, 11-27-6, T. 28 S., R. 17. 802-238-3 Sunhine Park Race Ntk sec. 18 1923 3289 8 2,000 8.1 ----------+.5 4-19-34 2,100 8-10-42 -8; daenet f, 3,255, to 3,269 ,0 in, Track T. 28 S., R. 17 I. 1926; stpuro, 8a odot ca7 sing rsted ote below sortace, wateg r fows foem apparent spring or "sand bolt"; known, as c V. 1i91's "Oldamaw," well 802-238-4 Sunshine Development SU%t sc. 18 194--2 ----------------------710 8-21-58 D Temp. 731, 8, ll top Corp. T. 28 S., R. 17 X. of casing wlhll.is 1 f t above ls& 803-204-1 J. H. Cone NWSW sec. 12 1946 604 8 96 122 1,100/5 23 5-14-58 22 81-58 Ir Water level repoted 22 t in 1946,, well T. 28 S., R. 22 X. is in pit to atLov use of centrifugal punp 803-205-1 -----do -----SUWN sec. 11 1946 124 8 84 --1,000 13 5-14-58 ----Ir Well Is t pit to increase yield of T. 28 S., R. 22 1 .centriugal pump 803-205-2 S. Osborne lad Son WlNh sec. 15 1956 510 4 66 58 70/10 36 1956 --10-42 US T. 28 8., .R. 22

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Table 10.--Continued Casiag Water level Chloride content Well Owner Location Sp p/did/hr. mark t 10. IL br i_________ __________ -4 _______ -. 1. 1 a a 2* a A_____ 803-207-1 Joe McIntosh NWNEl sec. B 1945 385 6 60 107 -----------9.5 5-14-58 ----------Ir T. 28 S., R. 22 E. 803-207-2 ------do-------SEtl sec. 8 1940 68 6 29 ----*-------2 5-1-58 -------Ir Flows intermittently, Lrrigates 10 acres T. 28 S., R. 22 E. 803-210-1 J. T. Holbrook SE4HEt sec. 11 1939 35 1k 23 --------------4.7 12-19-56 -* -------U T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-2 0. L. Browning NWlSEk sec. 12 1947 225 6 55 102 ----------14 12-19-56----------Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-3 J. T. Holbrook SEkNE% lec. 11 --15 2k -----------------*--9.1 12-19-56 -*--....... u T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-4 t -------do-..... C.E.kNE sec. 11 1940 37 1 35 *-*** *-------* 7.5 12-19-56 *-----* ----U T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-5 -------.do--.. NEEl sec. 11 1947 55 2 ----* --* ..*-.---... *. 1954 ***--------** D,S T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-6 ..--....do-.--.. -NEkNEk sec. 11 1951 129 3 85 -100/10/ 8 1951 12 12-19-56 D T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-210-7 ---.--. do----..EkNEk sec. 11 1968 86 2 50 *-.--...--...-. -..-. -..-----'---..... D T. 28 S.. R. 21 E. 803-210-8 ........ do -----.. .NNE1 c. 11 19568 2 1 ---* -------*-9.7 12-19-56 ***** *.*---Ir Measured depth 53 ft T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-211-1 J. A. MayJ NEkW sec. 11 193 500 10 7rj ...-.. .......... 20 19.3 .***...... Ir T. 28 S., F. 21 E. 803-21&-1 J. R, Alden SEWINW sec, 7 1950 iii .. 6 :* 0'2 12 1950 .* D W-2158 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 803-219-1 C, M, Simpson WASEt sec. 8 1957 110 3 30 .............. 27 5-23-58 8 7-30-58 D T. 28 S.. R. 21 1. 803-222-1 S. A. Proctor REkSAW sec. 11 199 3 2 ****** *............22 194 15 2 L T. 28 t,, ., 19 E.

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Table 10.--Continukd Caing Water level Chloride conten lo Yield A a a Well Ouner Location op dhrs at V ark .aS a .0 3 B 803-228-1 Lee Dentzer HWe t sec. 14 1947 160 8 ---------460 18 1947 ----------Cavity 156-160 ft T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-230-1 Bob Deriso SSWk sec. 4 1954 120 1 66 ---------------6 LI-54 ------D,S T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-231-1 rurners Dairy NF.kHE sec. 17 1954 235 4 60 -80 10 1954 -----------D,S T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-231-2 ---------do-----S W sec. 17 1957 613 8 475 38.3 500/5 10 8-29-57 ----------Ir T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-231-3 ramargo Dairy hWkSBk see. 8 1957 250 3 38 ---------------9 6-57 ----------D,S T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-232-1 W. J. Mullineau NW Wk see. 18 1955 100 2 86 34 -----------7.5 9-20-57 15 1-22-57 U T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-232-2 8. C. Jackson SWkNWk sec. 7 1954 60 2 50 36.2 ----------2.8 9-13-57 13 L1-19-57 D,S T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-232-3 R. T. Tamargo SWINS sec. 7 1947 105 3 45 ----------------17 1947 S T. 28 5., R. 18 E. 803-232-4 --------do------SW sec. 7 1953 203 4 75 ----------------21 2-53 --------S T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 803-233-2 Dennis Ripa NsaSAl sec. 13 1956 87 3 75 35.1 -----------6,9 9-13-57 -----Ir T. 28 S., R. 17 8. 803-234-1 Katy Jones EVSki sec. 11 1957 130 4 98 -----------9.1 95-57 -----------D T. 28 S R. 17 E. 803-238-1 Suns;ine Park NFEk sec. 7 ---6 -------300 --290 115-56 D,S Supplies all water for racetrack Raceway Assn. T. 28 S., R. 17 E. service, livestock and house, 7,500 gal pressure tank 803-238-2 Charlie Dies NKkjk sec. 7 1956 87 4 ----18.2 --------+1.4 115-56 13 115-56 D,S Flows ntermittently, temp. 727, T. 28 S., R. 17 E. 3-4-58 804-206-1 W. L. Dame SEkSk sec. 4 1952 434 6 66 112 ----------10.3 5-13-58 ----------Ir Water level 15 ft when drilled T. 28 S., R. 22 E.

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Table I0..-Contlnued CstIAl w4r letvesl Chlorida cuateon Well Owner Location | b re g pm/dd/hr ear u gj l 5Sd 804-207-1 H. C. Carlton NKMSNW sec, 5 1950 425 6 73 107.3 ........... l2.5 ll-18.56 W..... ...... U Water level 12,8 ft on 11*18-56 below T. 28 S., 8, 22 E. cop 6*(nh casing which st 0.3 It above surface, measured depth 416 It, 50 ft west of well used to irrigate field 804-208-1 ..---...do.......NNW see. 5 1934 60 4 * *.....** 400 4 1940 *.... ....... U T. 28 S., R. 22 e. 804-214-1 C. B. Smith N!kSWk sec. 6 *-.180 3 145 ................. 3.6 5-16-58 ........... Ir T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 804-214-2 J. B. Todd NNEkI sec. 7 1951 144 4 86 .**.. 120/7 6 1951 ..-* ........ Ir W-2382 T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 804-215-1 H. and R. Maguire SEkNEk sec. 13 1957 275 6 80 ................. 5.4 5-16-58 ---........ U Drilled to drain adjacent pond, pond T. 28 S., R. 21 E. level not high enough in many years to drain into well 8064217-1 J.J. Lollo NWkSWk sec. 3 1953 102 3 72 ----50 18 1953 4 8-21-58 D W-2921 T. 28 5., R. 20 E. 804-219-1 Hr. Williams SWkNE& sac. 5 1947 135 2 84 ---..........-35 2.26-47 ..... ........ Driller reports chart "boulders" T. 28 S., R. 20 E. caused 3 ocher wells in circular depression to be abandoned; this well drilled on periphery of depression; no "boulders" encountered 804-220-1 8. A. Cruise SWNkt sec. 6 1951 90 2 ----------------------------.--..... -----Chert at 78 Ec, cavity from 89.6 ft T. 28 S., .20 E. to unknown depth 804-225-1 Harold Plevin SHkNWk see. 5 1946 79 2 --------------------13.5 117-56 --.--. --U Measured depth 56.2 ft T. 27 S5, R. 19 E. 804-227-1 Murray Schultz NWHSWk see. 1 1940 850 12 --------------------12 1951 -----------. Ir T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 804-229-1 Murray Schlein WkNWk sec. 3 1951 562 12 80 ---------------19.3 6-11-58 8 7-30-58 Ir Pumping level 25-28 ft when pumped at T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 17.4 7-30-58 1,000 gpm continuously 17.1 9-25-58 804-232-1 T. J. Smith NEkN k see. 6 .-. 50 2 ---48 -------5.1 9-12-57 77 11-22-57 U T. 27 S., R. 18 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing Water level Chloride contern SI 3 I T ? Yeld Vell Owner Location W gpm R/dd/h markse a a P4 Ig a / 1h a : r a A *IN____ __bE 1MA me a e __________ 804-232-2 .K. Joyner WHNEk sec. 7 ---46 3 ---------4.1 95-57 ----U Obstruction at 9 ft T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 804-234-1 A. Kajander ENEk sec. 11 ---90 2 60 43.2-----------15.8 9-19-57 14 9-19-57 S Waters 3,000 chickens T. 28 S., R. 17 E. 804-235-1 Stephan Hogyorosy SENEk sec. 3 1947 194 8 50---450 15 115-56 -----0 Well failed to yield sufficient quantity T. 28 S., R. 17 E. of water after lake was drained into well for some time. 805-208-1 L. A. Carlton HEBSWh sec. 32 1956 14 Ic 12 ----------------5.7 126-56 6 126-56 D T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 805-209-1 E. H. Chapman SEkSZk sec. 36 1957 525 8 -117 -----------23.4 5-15-58 ------Ir T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 4 805-213-1 A. H. Ples S3NHWk sec. 33 1940 596 12 105 74.3 1,000/17/1 6.5 5-15-58 ----------Ir Water level 8.5 ft below surface 1940; T. 27 S., R. 21 E. pumping level 25+ but less than 28 ft when pumping 1,000 gpm 805-213-2 .--.....do-----NEkSEt sec. 32 ---606 4 128 ------------.---18 5-15-58 D T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 805-215-1 H. and R. McGuire NWNBk sec. 13 1947 715 8 70 ---------------15 1947 ----------Ir Well is in pit 15 ft deep T. 28 S., R. 21 E. 805-218-1 William Fink NBHkWk sec. 33 *-82 2 -38 -----------8.6 5-28-58 --* ----U T. 27 S., R. 20 E. 805-220-1 J. McDonald NWtSWk sec. 31 *--17 1k ------------------5.4 66-58 ----------D T. 27 S., R. 20 E. 805-220-2 Buck Cuy NWtSk see, 31 1957 86 2 50 --------------5.5 1957 ---------U H2S odor T. 27 S., R. 20 S. 805-227-1 Paul Bearse SWhSWk sec. 36 ---399 12 85 49 1,500/7 5.6 6-11-58 12 6-11-58 Ir T. 27 S., R.' 18 805-228-1 ampa Bay 3apist NWhNEk sec. 35 1947 102 3 87 --50/12 6 1947 ----------0 WD-1400 Asembly T. 27 8., R. 18 E. 805-229-1 rs., G. D. Bowis HNEkSE sec. 34 1953 611 12 --------------------11.1 6-11-8 ---------U T. 27 S., R. 18 S.

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Teble LO,.-Concinue4 Caslnh W*(er level Chlorde scUntde Wll1 Owner Location edhrl earkd I. _g __ -s fij /d hr_ 805-230-1 W. .Reag NBkNk sec, 33 1937 180 2 42 ..... ............ 1,1 9.17.57 16 6-11.58 U Well obstructed at 22 ft T. 27 S8, R. 18 1. 805-20J-2 J. V. Klepper NHEkNk se., 5 1949 80 270 -**.............. ... ....... ..... ....... D T. 28 8., R. 18 E. Ik 805-231-1 W. L. Youngblood SVkSWk see. 32 1956 368 4 100 54 ............ 18 5 -56 --... -...... IIr Water level 14,6 Et below top of seal T. 27 8., R. 18 E vwhich is 0.6 ft above land surface, 9-5-57 805-231-2 E. E. Sabin N.SWk see. 32 1955 93 2 .--. ..................... ...... ..... ........ T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 805-231-3 Turner's Dairy Inc. NWiNWk sec. 5 1957 223 6 71 53 ---------.... 12.4 9-12-57 15 11-19-57 U T. 28 S., R. 18 E. 805-232-1 R O. Sallins SWkSWk sec. 30 1957 56 2 50 48 ............ 8.3 9-12-57 ..--....... U Water contains much iron T. 27 S,, R, 18 E. 805-232-2 S. J. Shaw SWSWk sec. 31 1953 83 k --------------------16 1953 *-* -----D,S Well is burled T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 805-232-3 ..--... do ...--.. SSWt sec. 30 1958 83 2 60 50 -----------10.7 9-25-58 ----.......-T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 805-234-1 Lee Blount SWkSWh sec. 35 1950 86 3 52 ---. ---.............-... ..-.. 10 1-27-56 D Temp. 71*, 11-27-56 T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 805-234-2 C. H. Hobley SBHNEl sec. 35 1957 99 2 -----------------------------... .-.... ....... D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 805-234-3 J. W. Barber SJ8Ek sec. 35 1940 179 4 40 .-.--.--..----. 13.6 93-57 ---------U T. 27 S., R. 17 E. (?) 805-234-4 --------do --.---SEkSE sac. 35 ---60 3 ------------------.---.--------..--...... T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 805-234-5 C. W. Walker SWkNEk sec. 35 1939 65 2 62--------------17.9 8-29-57 ----------D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 805-235-1 City of St. PetersHNWkWt sec. 34 1930 340 12 80 ---1,500/8 9 1930 9 1-16-32 U W-131 Pinellas Water Co. formerly bur T. 27 S,, R. 17 E. City i, casing collapsed, sealed and abandoned 1941: well is 30,ft 5uh.of present 5t. Peterasburg 1 (805-235-4)

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Table 10.--Continued Casing 3 Water level Chloride content 805-235-2 City of St. PetersNHINWk sec. 34 1930 305 12 65 -.-. 1,100/12 9 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-123, City 2, yields 700 gpm regularly burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 805-235-3 ..--.. do--NkNWk sec. 34 1941 300 12 .-.-------* .------City ,lB, about 150 ft east of 805-235-1 T. 27 S., R. 17 1. 805-235-4 .--.--. do....--Wk *ec. 34 1941 345 12 105 -1,000/8 12-15 ---. --P W-240, City 1 or 1C, yields 800 gpm T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 10 on 3 h. tet in 196, abandoned 805-235-7 Eugene Weaver SlFSE^ sec. 34 1930 100 2 ------15 1-57 ----D House to be built over veil ST. 27 Sl, R. 17 E. 805-237-1 lority t. Peal Nursery SNSN sec. 32 1930 305 12 6--1,100/10/3 9 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-23, City 2, 700 pm r11-27-egul56rly bug T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 80-235-1 Ledle ---ar sec. 26 1941 300 12 -----------------------------------0 Ci bou 150 t st 805-235-1 T. 27 S., R. 22 g. 805-217-1 Charles berl S-------sec. 19 345 12 105 ----000/8 12-16 5-28-5---------------P 240, ity or C, yield 800 T. 27 S., R. 20 E. rulrly 80-25-1 An Ado se. 34 1946 32 12 172 ---100/6 7.5 1-----------------------57 ------------U City yield fici abndoned T. 27 S., R. 19 B. 80-227-1 ork ---se. 25 1946 315 1149----------------------------58------City pr ically no w r yielded T. 27 S., R. 18. 10 3 tet in 1946, abandoned 806-235-1 Alene K ver SSBk sec. 26 1930 120 2 95 ----------15 6-11-5-----H t T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 806-230-1 Florid. abito SNursry S sac. 27 1956 80 8 68----500/10/3 5.9. 25-5 14 11-27-5 D ater ont 74 much 11-2 on T. 27 S., R. 18 B. 806-204-1 Ledley Wer NIgSWk sec. 26 .... 40 4----------------------------------8 6-21-57 S T. 27 8., R. 228S. 806-217-1 Charles Eberly MSWk see. 22 1936 590 8 3----38 --------------4.6 5-28-58--------------U T. 27 8., R. 208S. 806-225-1 Angelo Alfiero SWk~SW7 sec. 20 1957 285 4 172 ----100/6 17.5 1-57 6 8-21-58 0,8 W-4181 T. 27 S., R. 198Z. 806-232-1 C. J. Aorkel NWkog S sac. 30 0 --------------------2.8 9-12-57 ---------lapsed a 0 f, abandoned T. 27 S., R. 18 B. 806-228-1 Alice Kam NWk1g sec. 26 1958 120 2 95 -----------------4.9 6-11-58 15 6-11-58 0 T. 27 8., R. 18 S. 806-230-1 A. r. Zambito NWkSW% sec. 27 1957 75 2 42 -----------------10,2 9-17-57 14 11-19-57 0 Water contains much iron T. 27 8., R. 18 R. 806-232-1 C. E. Armstrong SA~NMPg sec. 30 -... 90 2 56------------2.8 9-12-57---------U Well collapsed at 40 ft, abandoned T. 27 8., R. 18 X.

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Table 10,-'Conlinued Cal wiater level Chlorsld cuntue Weal Owner Locatlon i p/dd/hr rh -, a_____ i t I_ I I ___ 806-132-2 Leo French SWkSWk sec. 19 1950 63 4 .**52 ............ 7.6 9-24-57 13 ll-19-57 U Water polluted, abandoned T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 806-233-1 W. H, Maeyrs SWkNzk sec. 25 --* 90 2 .-.. 47 --...-----.9.1 95-57 ........... D T. 27 S,, R. 18 E. 806-233-2 Mrs. T. Richards SWSW% sec. 25 1956 105 3 --.............. ..... ....... ..... ....... T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-233-3 I. T. Burrell SVkSWk sec. 24 1937 106 2 -$1.3 ............ 4.7 9557 -.... ....... Pumped l-inch of sand in 5 gal coniainer T. 27 S., R. 17 E. of water, in 1942, at total depth of 89 ftt deepened to 106 ft in 19431 3-ft diameter hole 8 ft deep formed around casing, wvll capped 806.234-1 City of St. PetersNWNWk sec. 26 1930 350 16 107 54.9-----------35.3 1-S1-58 -... U W-124, Pinellss Water Co. 7, formerly 4 burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E. City 7, abandoned 1942, 75 ft northwest 0 of 806-234-2 806-234-2 ..---......-do---SWk se. 26 1942 324 12 138 54 1,050/9 20 1942 ----------p Wgi-313, City 7 or 7A, yields 550 gpm T. 27 S., R. 17 E. regularly 806-234-3 -------do------NW) k eec. 26 1930 345 12 82 54 1,100/11 14 1930 8 1-15-32 p W-133, City 8, altitude of water surface T. 27 S., R. 17 E. (static), 23.0 ft above mal 11-12-57, altitude of water surface (pumping) 12.7 ft above mil 9-30-57 806-234-4 -----do-----SWkSgk see. 23 1930 270 16 60 53 700/17 12.5 1930 .--.-----. P W-130, City 10, Pinellas Water Co. 10 T. 27 S., R. 17 E. (?) 806-234-5 David Allen SkS1k sec. 23 -217 1 -55 -----------21.5 95-57 -----------D Pitcher pump fails to pump when 806-234-4 T. 27 S., R. 17 E. is pumping 806-234-6 V. B. Clemons SWkhNE sec. 26 ---100 2 -------------------------------------D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-234-7 W. A. Bartholamew SLNEkc sec. 26 1948 98 2 -49.3 --------17.5 9-13-57 15 11-22-57 U Nearby well 160 ft deep yielded muddy T. 27 S., R. 17 E. water, well unsatisfactory 806-234-8 James Walker NEkSWk sec, 26 1957 109 3 75--------------29 6-57 --------D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-234-9 Raleigh Allen NWhSWk sec. 26 1946 118 2 --------------------25.5 11-15-57 9 9-27-57 D Water level 13 ft when drilled T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

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Table 10.--Continued Casing Water level Chloride concent :" ',r* Yield Well Owner Location dhr g Remarks Swa g pm/dd/hre 4 ag u I11 I .ma W A .W 1 806-234-10 Handon Groves NWksE sec. 26 1954 63 2 -50.5----------11.2 8-28-57 -----------U T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-1 City of St. PetersSWkSE sec. 27 1930 354 12 79 33.7 700/26 11 1930 -------W-118, Pinellas Water Co. 3, City 3 burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E. originally, 250 ft west of 806-235-6 806-235-2 -------do-------NWkSEk see. 27 1930 345 12 65 49 1,100/10 11 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-120, City 4, yields 700 Spm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-3 ----do ---NNStSk sec. 27 1930 350 12 89 49 1,100/9 11 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-132, City 5, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-4 --------do-------StNlk sec. 27 1930 297 12 61 47.3 1,100/15 11.5 1930 9 1-16-32 U W-134, Pinellae Water Co. 6, formerly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. City 6, yielded sandy water, abandoned 1942. 75 ft south of 806-235-12 806-235-5 .---.... do----.NEkSEk sec. 27 1930 318 12 96 54 1,400/10 16 1930 9 1-15-32 P W-128, City 9, formerly City 9A, yields T. 27 S., R. 17 e. 775 gpm regularly 806-235-6 ---.----do-----SWkSEk sec. 27 1942 335 12 122 45.5 1,100/8 15 1942 ----------P Wgi-312, City 3 or 3A yields 700 gpm T. 27 S., R. 17 E. regularly 806-235-7 -----.--do.---. .NWkSEk sec. 27 1952 310 2072 ----900/5 23.5 4-52 ----------P W-2614, City 20, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 12 806-235-8 --------do-----SEktWk see. 27 1952 320 2080 ---. 888/20.2 20.9 4-52 ----------P W-2607, City 21, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 B. 12 806-235-9 .----do-----SEkSEk sec. 27 1946 300 12 100 -----------------------------....... P City 16, yields 500-550 gpm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-10 --------do-------SWtSEk soc. 27 1946 -------------------------------------------P City 18, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 806-235-11 .. .--do-------NSEkik sec. 27 1948 312 12 115 ----------------------------------P City 19, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 806-235-12 -----.. do------. SBNEk sec. 27 1941 333 12 84 48 1,005/9 10 ..--------------P -241, City 6A, yields 700 gpm regularly T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-13 J. L. Smith SgkSEk sec. 22 --97 3 68 51 -----------16 ----------------D T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

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Table 10. .ConRtaled Coa Wa eir tyevl Chloride cunten Well Ownr Location p re lar 806-235-14 City of St. Peters. NEZNEg sec. 27 1945 330 12 128 -.**............... ... ...... ..... u City 14, abandoned burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 806-235-15 ........do ..--.. lNWkN sec. 27 ---298 12 125 -----.....----.... ----....... ..... ....... city 15 T. 27 S., R, 17 E. 806-236-1 Ray Birch SWkNHk sec. 28 1957 152 6 111 38 ............ 10 9-27-57 18 9-27-57 ,D T. 27 ,., R, 17 8. Ir 806-238-1 W. W. Leavins SWkSwk sec. 19 .... 160 3 .... 33 -----.....46 9-18-57 **... ---. Ir T, 27 S., R, 17 E. 807-204-1 W, A, Albricton SEkNEk sec. 23 1943 21 2 21 ----...--...--.8 1943 5 6-21-57 Ir Water found in cavity under hardpan T. 27 S., R. 22 8. 807-208-1 A. Pastrinostro SWkSWk see. 18 1936 45 3 36 86 ............ 3 1936 -.. .-.......Ir Irrigates 10-acre truck farm ST. 27 S., R. 22 E. 807-209-1 .....-..do-.... SW SWk sec. 18 1936 45 3 36 -----..---------4.9 126-56 11 126-56 U Rock at 25 ft, eavity from 30-45 ft T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 807-213-1 A. H. Pleas NWkSk sec. 17 ---335 8 54,2 1,000 4 5-15-58 ---------. Ir T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 807-218-1 W. J. Kiehl, Trustee NkSL k sec. 16 ---* 950 10---47 -----------2.4 1-27-58 10 7-30-58 T R. E. Skinner I Beesie Martin T. 27 S., R. 20 E. 8 807-218-2 -..-.. -do-.---... NEB sec. 16 --* 780 8-6 -47 -----------4 1-27-58 --.---. .-T R. ES Skinner 1A or 2, Besare Martin. T. 27 S., R. 20 E. Partially blocked at 7 ft depth 807-218-3 ------do---.NEkSE sec. 16 .--57 3 36 47 ----------1.8 1-27-58 -.-----.U T. 27 S., R. 20 B. 807-226-1 Gilbert Tucker SWkSEk sec. 18 --. 240 8 ---65.2 --------7 6-12-58 20 6-12-58 Ir T. 27 S., R. 19 E. 807-230-1 ...... do-------SESWik sec. 16 .--93 2 ----61 -----------5.5 9-17-57 20 11-19-57 U T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 807-230-2 City of St. PetersSWkNHE sec. 21 1953 300 20142 -1,529/30 9 1953 -----------. City 27 or 13A burg T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 12

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S Table 10.--Continued Casing e Water level Chloride conten aI .44 Wtll Owner Location /dd/hrs emarks 0 o4sg wl % -0 gp£/dd/hra a -a 07^^^_______ Ex £J UI __ o a ______ 807-230-3 City of St. PetersSWkSZk sec. 21 1930 362 12 -57.8 500/25 ----------------0 W-143, City 13, WSe 773-C 8-13, U.S.G.S. burg T. 27 S., R. 18 B. observation wll H-13 807-232-1 R.. L. White NEkSE see. 19 1957 85 2 57 58 -----------7.8 9-25-57 10 L1-19-57 D T. 27 8., R.18 B. 807-233-1 C. W. Saigler NBkSk sec. 24 1956 103 4 --51.1 ----------8.5 9-24-57 ----------Ir T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-234-1 City of St. PetersNSSkE sec. 23 1929 299 12 56 56.6 1,100/8.5 33.7 9-24-58 9 1-15-32 U W-100, Cosme test well 1, City 12, total burg T. 27 S., R. 17 E. hardness 143, 9-11-30, altitude of water surface (static) 26.2 ft above asl 11-12-57 at 180 ft depth water level was 17 ft, no appreciable drawdown after pumping for 6 hours, well is 10 ft west of 807-234-3 (/1 807-234-2 --------do-----SWkSB sc. 23 1930 300 16 76 59 525/25 18 1930 ----------City 11, well never connected to main T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-234-3 ------do----N t sec. 23 1952 300 2088 ---872/28 23 1952 --------P W-2615, City 22 or 12A; altitude of water T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 12 surface above mel (static) 32 ft 9-2-57; pumping,5.6 ft 11-12-57 807-234-4 ----do----SWhNft eec. 23 1953 354 20168 ---717/31/12 21 1953 ------------P W-3080, City 23, casing cemented to top T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 12 807-234-5 -----do---SWkHNB sec. 23 1953 357 20162 --949/14 21 1953 ----------p W-3082, City 24, casing cemented to top T. 27 S., R. 17 z. 12 807-234-6 ----do----NWNEk sec. 23 1953 350 20159 ---1,3A4/30 21 1953 ----------P -3081, City 25, casing cemented to top T. 27 8S., R. 17 E. 12 807-234-7 ....-do---WWhNE sec. 23 1953 260 20 96 --------------------------U-----------W-3079, City 25A, originally 26, plugged T. 27 S., R. 17 E. and abandoned, pumped muck and mud, casing left in well 807-234-8 -----do----SW;kSt see. 14 1956 300 none --61 ------------------------------U W-4117, City 26, cored to 300 ft, plugged T. 27 S., R. 17 E. and abandoned, no casing left in hole 807-234-9 -d---do----SWkSEk sec. 14 1956 300 none -55 --------------------U W-4118, City 27, cored to 300 ft, plugged T. 27 8., R. 17 E. and abandoned, no casing left in hole

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Table 10,-.CootlaoI Casing Water level Chlorit. conte. l Wall Owner Locaton 1 pdd/hr hmrk -8 l l .5 a. K 807.234-10 City of t. PetersWhiSt see, 14 1956 345 *... .. 54 **.......** *-W-.. ...... u W-415, City 28, plugged and abandoned burg T. 27 L., R. 17 B. 807-234-11 1, B. Carpenter W iW sec. 23 1955 79 2 *.*. ............ 18 1955 7 9-13-57 0 T., 27 S., R. 17 1. 807-234-12 E. D. Warner 1NWklk sec. 23 1946 85 2 65 .-*.. .......... 16 ....... .. .......... Reported water level 21 ft, 11-15-56 T. 27 S., 1. 17 E. 807.234-13 City of St. PetersWlkSk sec. 14 1956 152 ** ** **..... ..... **. ............ .... ....... U City 28A, plugged and abandoned, no burg T, 27 S., R. 17 S. casing in hole 807-235-1 J. A. Love SIkIk sec. 22 1954 93 3 72 46 ........-.... 16.2 9-17-57 110 17-58 D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-235-2 Elmer Tucker Mh5kW rsec. 22 1957 100 2 ...-..--... .......--... ..-----. -... ..------D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-236-1 W. W. Leavine tNESWk sec. 21 1956 455 12 120 46 ----------.. 14.7 9-18-57 -*----ZIr T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-236-2 ..-.....do .----.. SWkBt sec. 21 1956 405 L2 120 49 -----------15.9 9-18-57 -.....-----Ir T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-236-3 ------do--........ SNk ec. 21 1942 255 6 80 46 ---------.. .16.8 9-18-57 7 7-30-58 D Well was pumped 5 minutes before T, 27 S., R. 17 E. measuring 807-236-4 --------do-------SWtNHtk e. 21 1947 120 3 80 48 -----------15.6 9-18-57 -------U T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-236-5 R. H. Eaves SB1kS1 sec. 16 1940 87 2 --42 -----------10 1940 -----.D Water has high iron content T. 27 S., R. 17 R. 807-236-6 ilton Raybon SUtSWl see. 16 1956 79 2 ---40 -----------10.1 9-18-57 -----D Water highly colored, tastes like lake T. 27 S., R. 17 E. water 807-237-1 J. A. Day IWBkW sec. 17 --60 3 --.--.----.. .----.----..---.. 16 9-25-57 D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-237-2 W. W. Leavine SWHkWk ec. 20 1956 100 3 ----34 -----------5.9 9-19-57 ----------U T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 807-238-1 --------do----SW Wk see. 19 ---380 12 100 --------------10.8 9-18-57-------Ir T. 27 S., ,R. 7 E.

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Table 10.--Continued casing Water level Chloride conten r S S Yield Vel Owner Location 4 g gpm/dd/hr : emarks s p d d / a uZ Si so I a. ___ __ aiI_ ___ as .__ as g a 808-203-1 Ledely Wear SEklNE sec. 13 1943 112 2 ---110 ----------4.8 78-57 --------S T. 27 S., R. 22 8. 808-204-1 Albert Chestnut MBtNBk sec. 14 -14 It 11 105 -----------3 7-18-57 6 6-21-57 D T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 808-208-1 C. L. Whiteside SWkt sec. 18 ---18 2 ---80 -----------6 1954 ----------D T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 808-208-2 -------do --SW sec. 18 ---337 4 60 80 ----------18 --18 7-28-58 Ir WSP 773-C, 20, irrigates 10 acres T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 808-208-3 .----. do--...NWkN Sec. 18 --237 4 83 80 -------8.1 37-34 --------Ir WSP 773-C, 19, irrigates 5 acres T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 808-214-1 V. L. Reagan HNkNE8 sec. 18 1955 90 3 56--------------8 1955 10 6-21-57 D,S T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 808-214-2 State of Florida SEkS~ B sec. 7 1954 185 6-4 123 --72/9/8 7.8. 7-29-58 21 63-58 D W-2439, Hillsborough River State Park T. 27 S., R. 21 E. camping area supply 808-226-1 Billye Pilley SEBtHE sec. 18 1956 440 8 94 62.8 435/15/4 6.7 6-12-58 ---------Ir Reported water level 11 ft when drilled T. 27 S., R. 19 E. 808-227-1 Hillsborough County NHkSWk sec. 12 1955 381 6 70 -100/5/1 5.5 1955 8 6-21-57 D W-3428, Lute School water contains much Bd. of Public Instr. T. 27 S., R. 18 E. iron and is highly colored 808-227-2 Lutz Baptist Church SWkNt sec. 13 1954 138 3 102 ------------------------.------D W-3378 T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 808-231-1 Ralph J. Cordiner BkSe sec. 8 1957 606 8 48 57.8 550 6.4 8-30-57 ---------Ir Water level 6.9 ft below top of 8-inch T. 27 S., R. 18 E. casing which is 0.5 ft above led 8-30-58 808-232-1 Hillsborough Dairy NkSk sec. 18 -70 2 -54.2 -----------12 9-24-57 -------U Inc. T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 808-234-1 George Mogyorosy SWkNW sec. 14 --76 2 --56.4----------17.7 9-13-57 -----U Water contains much iron T. 27 S., R. 17 8. 808-234-2 A. ,. Clendenning SW7kSE sec. 14 -83 2 -61.9-----------24.2 17-57 -----U T. 27 8., R. 17 E.

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Table, I0, oConnute Caing W ater level Chiort0 untanr t Wall opwer LocstLon jj gpd e rk. 808-234-3 T. .Eearle NWNEk sre. 14 .* 155 4 100 61.9 ........... 3 9 5-57 10 63-8 D Tamp. 75', 9-5-57 T. 27 S8, R. 17 R. 808'234-4 ........do ........ WHNWA sel. 14 8* 84 3 73 60 ............ 4,3 95-57 .-U. Excesuiye drawdown, abandoned T, 27 8, R. 17 E, 808-234-5 City of St. PetersNWkSk sec. 14 1956 *.....* *. .....--................ .... ... ..... ....... U City 29A, plugged and abandoned, no burg T. 27 8,, R. 17 E. casing in hole 808.234-6 ...... do N....... WaEk see. 14 1956 375 20 110 59 ............ .............. ........ U W-4116, City 29, tet ppd 200 gpm of T. 27 S., R. 17 .12 muddy water, well collapeed when surged, abandoned 808.234-7 ........do -........SNE .14 1956 384 2093 61 760 29 1956 .......... p W-4119, City 30 T 27 8, R, 178. 12 808-234-8 ........do.... .BSWNEk se. 14 1956 375 20102 62.5 1,000 30.8 10-23-56 *..... .... .. P W-4120, City 31 T, 27 S., R. 17 E. 12 808-234-9 ...... do........ NEWk se. 14 -.... ..... -*. ----............. ............... ............. City 32 T, 27 S., R. 17 E. 608-234-10 .--..... do ....... NEkNWk se. 14 -...--.---..... ..................... ..-................ U City 33 T, 27 S., R. 17 E. 808-23411 .. .do........ NBkNWk see. 14 -----...--..... .-----............ ....-...... ..... ..... U City 33A T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-234-12 ........ do........ SE4SWk ac. 11 ...* .... ---..... ---................ ......... .... ....... P city 34 T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-234-13 St. Petersburg SEkSBk see. 11 1952 97 2 60 --................ 21 1952 --.. ....... D Y.M.C.A. T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-235-1 H. A. Dunlap SWkSWk sec. 10 1956 82 3 52 --............-12 9.56 --..... *-. .D T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-235-2 Col., 0. .Henderson SEkSWk sec. 10 1957 85 2 .70...............12 6-57 11 9-13-57 D T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-237-1 M. A, Davis NEkSEk sec. 8 *--89 2 ----38 ............ 3.5 94-57 .....---U T. 27 S., R. 17 E.

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Table 10.--Continued -d Yield Casing Water level Chloride content Well Ownrt Location |' g s Y dh Remarie __ ____ 8a a U s 808-237-2 U. L. Stafford NWW sec. 17 1956 90 2 70 35 ------------. 4.7 9-18-57 13 9-18-57 D T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-237-3 ------do-------NWNW see. 17 1955 85 2 -----------------11 6-55 --------U Reported temp. 76'F T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-237-4 0 ..t. Clair SWlNWt eec. 17 1952 70 2 21 35 -------9 1952 ---------D Water contains much iron, smells like T. 27 S., R. 17 B. swaipwater 808-237-5 T. E. Kennedy NW8SWA sec. 17 ---269 10 --38 -----------7.4 9-18-57 16 64-58 Ir T. 27 8., R. 17 E. 808-238-1 R. Melms NEkWN se.c 18 --107 2 --35 -------A 1 25-56 15 9-25-57 D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 808-238-2 Evald Sakeen NEW sec. 18 ---1160 3 140 35 ------12 6-56 -----D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 809-208-1 D. L. Crum SWks8W sec. 6 1955 36 2 -81 ---------3.9 126-56 6 126-56 S Temp.75'F, 12-6-56 T. 27 S., R. 22 E. 809-225-1 R. L. Cockerham 8WkSW sea. 5 -86 2 -68 .-------6.8 65-58 -------U T. 27 8., R. 19 E. 809-227-1 George McDowell HNWkW see. 12 --126 2 100 ------------9.9 119-56 18 2-10-57 U Water turbid 80-100 ft, drill tell into T. 27 8., R. 18 E. cavity at 126 ft -depth unknown 809-227-2 Albert Newberger SEkSEk sec. 1 1954 366 8 40 ----------8 1954 13 6-12-58 Ir T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 809-231-1 R. J. Cordiner NEkSWk sea. 8 1956 478 8 48 58,3 ----------6.3 8-30-57 ------Ir T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 809-231-2 .-d--o -NWkNEk sea. 8 1957 765 8 80 61 550 6.6 8-30-57 8 8-11-58 Ir T. 27 8, R. 18 8. 809-231-3 .----... do ----.Wk ec. 8 --135 3 -------------9 1955 --------D T. 27 S., R. 18 E. 809-232-1 J. L. Hancock NENEA see. 7 1951 184 3 53 --------------. -------. 10 8-11-58 D Water contains undesirable amount of T. 27 8., R. 18 E. iron

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Cotg La War level chlort a cuntan T -7 5., .17 5. t 12 1 | m ji 9a fyi -Yeld s Kssark 809-233-1 I, L, Hancoclk 048iNC, I -57 2 .-.. 63 ............ 4.4 8-29.57 11 10. 8-57 U T. 27 S., R, 17 ,. 609-234-1 l illy Colley BENkSk sec, 2 1949 66 2 .-.-. 56,5 ............ 10,1 94.57 4 8.11-58 0 T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 809-234-2 C. E. CoflLn SEkNW srec. 11 1954 87 2 ....* ****. ............... ........ ..... ....... D Water contains much iron T. 27 S., A, 17 E, 809-234-3 D. 5, Davis SSkNWIk sle. 11 I -. 77 2 .-.*....-...... ** .. .......... ...-D Water low in iron content vwell next T. 27 S., R. 17 E. door 120 ft deep, vields water with high iron content 809-234-4 W. A. Williamson NhSWk sec. 2 --.. 80 2 ** .... ..... ............ ............ ..... .. .D T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 00 809-235-1 W. J. Clapp N5kNEk sec. 10 1937 100 2 80 48.4 ............ 7.3 94-57 11 U1-22-57 D T. 27 S., R. 17 E, 809-235-2 C. C. .Hams NW5SE ac. 3 --.. 97 2 49 **--........--......... 11 8 -56 6 8-11-55 D Pumping level more than 22 ft when T. 27 S., R. 17 E. pumped at 10 gpm on 12-6-55; 31 ft drop pipe now used is satisfactory 809-235-3 Marvin Askew SEtWk sec. 3 1947 84 2 60 51 -----........ 2 94-57 -.... .---. -U Sand filled wall to 10 ft below surface T. 27 S., R. 17 E. when pumped 809-239-1 Eldredge and Wilde HENEk sec. 12 1948 62 2 37 5 14.8 10-31-56 10 10-31-56 D Temp. 75*F, 10-31-56; well is in Pinellas T. 27 S., R. 16 5. County about 100 ft vast of Hillsborough County line 810-209-1 Richard Arentz NEfNEk see. 21 ---85 2 -----------------------------. 9 126-56 D,S T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 810-210-1 E. L. Brown WkNEk sac. 2 1930 12 1t 10 ------------------------10 6-21-57 D 2 ft well point,water is brown and unfit T. 27 S., R. 21 E. for drinking, well is dry in dry season 810-210-2 Jessa Childers N5ENEk sac. 2 1930 80 -----------------------------10 126-56 D Temp 69"F, 12-6-56; vater has mineral T. 27 8., R. 21 E. taste 810-212-1 Robert Thomas NEWk sec. 4 ---450 4 20 62.3 ----.. .---. .8.7 L1-16-56 12 94-57 U Abandoned prison camp supply, 14.7 ft T. 27 8., R. 21 E. southwest of 810-213-2

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Table 10.--Cbntihued Casing Water level Chloride content 3 S Yl. u Lcto Y ield + -0 L, Well Owner Location R mhaa 1 marks _ ____ 8_ U8 SI S i § d i _ a_ 810-212-2' Robert Thomas NEIlNW sec. 4 -400 4 -62.2 -----------8.4 11-16-56 -----U Abandoned pxison camp supply T. 27 S., R. 21 E. 810-234-1 W. F. Finsel NBNW~ sec. 2 1951 135 3-2 100 55 --------7.4 94-57 10 6-21-57 D 80 ft of 3-inch caning, 100 ft of T. 27 S., R. 17 E. 2-inch liner to cut off sand 810-234-2 W. L. Hatton NWNWk seec. 2 1927 7 2 ---52 ----------4.2 9-16-57 ------U Wll pumped sand, abandoned 1934 T. 27 S., R. 17 E. -sj

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Tabl. I[, Chbnicl Alolyat at QGround Water Cheoaaal asalyssl In arts per million except spuoilic conductance PH. and color olid4s as CoCOa conductNagPo-One TeDate S Calnoe tasticarChloFluoNiPhoal-Residue Calcliu, Non(microperWell of Sililc Iron luam stlum odium slum bonat Sulfate ride ride rate phate cuat malgncarbonsos ColSture number olleotion (8104) (VF) (Ca) (MI) J() () ( ) Jpt) (Cl) (a) (NOa) (PO) lsted 180'C sium ste at 2'C) pH or (*F) 7393341 07-32-58 25 0,00 104 40 16 2.5 200 252 18 0,8 0.0 0,0 557 608 424 60 805 7.6 3 7492081 08-22-58 27 .04 44 15 8,7 9 160 42 12 ,7 .1 .0 229 232 172 40 351 7, 3 7422191 07-31-58 11 .00 7. 1,7 3.1 1.3 11 11 9,0 ,9 .1 3.4 54 51 25 16 79 .6 8 7432151 08-07-58 47 .01 38 17 6.6 1.2 208 4.0 5,0 .7 .0 .0 222 229 168 0 313 7.8 7433362 04-07-55 --11 111 -180 330 1 ----702 496 349 950 7,8 -" 744241 07-27-55 --81 36 20 1.3 10 165 26 ---484 30 -686 .3 74422631 03-05-58 17 .00 199 81 86 2.7 168 582 190 ,9 8 --1350 830 692 1780 .3 7462141 07-29-58 40 b .10 50 21 8.8 .9 249 12 70 ..1 -263 257 212 8 386 .8 2 7462244 03-06-53 18 .00 276 10 105 2.9 162 821 270 1.2 .6 --1840 1140 1000 2300 .4 -7472041 07-28-58 35 .00 42 10 7.0 .5 156 25 8,0 .7 .1 .1 195 200 146 18 300 .6 3 7472101 07-28-58 21 .01 50 14 7.7 1.1 164 46 9.0 .6 .0 .0 230 242 182 48 364 .3 4 7472201 03-06-53 23 .00 87 38 13 1.2 228 188 14 .6 .7 --531 373 186 718 .4 6 7482238 07-27-55 --206 79 73 2.6 176 610 157 ----1340 839 -1720 7.4 7482231 03-06-53 21 0.06 170 5 50 2.4 172 510 88 0.4 0.4 1080 693 552 1370 .3 00 7512072 01-30-59 26 -80 20 3.2 -163 134 10 .5 --354 -202 148 553 .7 0 0 7512311 01-06-25 25 .38 221 26 223 -322 7.1 611 -1.6 --320 659 -7522071 07-29-58 21 .00 56 16 10 1.1 187 54 14 .5 1 -265 294 206 S2 444 7.7 2 7522171 01-30-59 25 -53 17 5.5 -189 38 13 .3 --245 -202 47 412 7.7 5 7522201 07-28-58 2.8 .00 126 93 788 20 4 262 560 .2 .6 0.1 2850 3150 697 694 5000 .7 5 7522301 07-30-58 21 .00 111 13 28. .6 401 2.0 44 .3 .3 .3 418 426 330 2 679 .9 10 7552033 07-29-58 27 .00 42 12 8.5 .5 183 10 9.5 .5 .1 .1 200 203 154 4 312 .6 5 7552211 07-30-58 12 b .03 47 7.2 27 1.6 145 18 53 .1 .0 .0 237 257 147 28 408 .5 3 o 7552212 09-18-58 22 .06 76 4.0 4.0 -150 21 --.3 .-298 208 58 -7.6 10 7562121 04-04-58 19 .00 45 10 6.0 .2 188 .0 9. ...0 .1 183 182 154 0 297 .9 3 7562164 01-28-59 7.3 -49 3.8 1.8 -115 34 9.0 .0 -162 -138 44 289 .7 4 d 7572253 03-12-58 --76 7, --200 -85 220 56 550 .4 0 7572273 01-29-59 10 -122 33 38 131 100 760 .1 -1480 -440 332 2760 7.6 4 757228 02-08-08 -.4 96 6 102 -218 34 174 5----90 --.. 757228 02-21-08 21 1.9 94 12 110 -195 45 226 -.2 --650 284 -772341 01-29-59 8.1 -238 300 320 -686 840 5400 .5 ---0400 -1810 1260 16700 7.4 18 7682041 06-07-57 21 .00 26 14 5.3 .4 11 2.0 14 .6 20 -160 179 122 28 252 7.2 3 d 7582041 07-11-57 --45 2. -.0 15 -15 ---122 30 220 .2 --

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Table II. (Continued) ____Chemicl analy es in )arts per million except specific con utance, pH. and co or--Contined I Nagi Dissolved Ea1dness specific solids as CaCO conductNagPoance TemDate a CalnetasBicarChloFluoNiPhosCalResidue Calium, Non(microperWell of Silica Iron cium slum Sodium sium bonate Sulfate ride ride trate phate cuat magnecarbonmhos Colature, number 0ollection (s81,) (Fe) (C) (Mg) (Na) (K) (cOO) (804) (Cl) (F) (NOS) (PO) lated 1800C siun ate at 250C) pH or (0F) 7582172 07-28-58 15 0.00 58 4.3 4.2 0.7 164 27 7.0 0.2 0.0 -197 223 162 28 320 7.6 1 S7582275 04-10-58 16 .03 46 6.3 26 -132 28 44 .2 ---248 142 34 350 7.7 5 S7882303 04-14-42 16 .10 94 8.2 --256 18 149 ----512 269 0 -.6 -S7582311 05-05-42 14 .40 83 5.9 259 1.6 22 ----286 231 0 -7.7 o 7582313 .10-07-42 14 .80 75 5.3 --268 3.4 44 -.0 --359 210 0 -7. d7592241 07-11-57 --60 13 --160 6 8.1 -----204 4 325 7.6 5 7592263 04-15-58 34 .00 49 8.6 18 1.2 158 21 31 .6 .1 0.0 242 244 158 28 359 7.8 8 d 7592265 11-22-57 --44 11 --183 -5.0 -----10 0 -7.7 25 759227 10-10-23 15 .09 36 4.1 8.6 -88 18 13 -18 --161 107 ---Tampa 08-26-23 14 .26 132 33 292 -200 95 588 ----310 465 ---Ybor Ct) 02-08-08 --5 1.8 -55 32 24 ----208 108 -a 792312 10-26-42 17 1.16 84 6.9 48 -273 4.8 30 ----356 239 15 -.4 S7592313 10-09-42 12 1.7 77 6.1 41 -229 4.4 44 -.9 --336 218 30 -7.3 7592331 01-02-58 18 .00 106 11 122 2.6 234 49 238 .2 .6 .1 662 744 310 118 1140 7.9 5 792352 01-02-58 20 .00 214 50 638 11 238 210 L210 .4 1.8 .0 2470 2670 740 544 4220 7.7 5 800206 02-14-24 --50 18 3.6 -221 11 10 ----227 199 ----8002071 03-18-58 26 b .4 50 16 9.4 .3 229 1.0 12 .6 .1 .1 227 224 186 0 364 7.7 4 801207 10-18-23 18 .03 14 4.1 18 -7 20 14 ----125 52 ---801207 02-14-24 --47 22 2.2 -233 5.8 11 -----224 208 ---.8012072 02-14-24 --44 15 4.1 -195 6.9 8.8 ----208 172 -8012075 08-23-23 28 0.09 60 11 16 -253 1.7 14 ----258 195 -80121315 03-25-57 --99 4.6 6.6 1.7 208 96 10 ----361 266 96 529 .6 -8012131 03-25-57 --100 2.1 7.8 1.2 220 101 3.5 ----344 268 88 544 .6 -80121315 03-25-57 --9 3.2 5.0 .7 170 22 8.0 ----195 -20 328 .9 80121315 03-25-57 --61 2.9 4.9 .7 173 22 8.0 ---203 -22 331 .9 -80121315 03-25-57 --2.1 4.9 .7 168 16 8.0 ----168 -10 309 .0 80121315 03-25-57 --120 8.0 .6 1.2 150 197 8.5 ----484 -197 607 .9 80121318 03-25-57 ---120 7.5 6. 1.0 206 153 8.0 ----453 -149 604 .6 -80121316 03-25-57 --87 3.8 4.8 .6 184 78 8.0 ----294 -.81 455 .8 -80121315 03-26-57 --2 3.0 6.5 .6 190 16 8.5 ----200 142 -344 .8 80121315 03-26-57 --118 5.7 5.3 .7 208 149 9.0 ---419 2 148 602 .6 -8012131 03-26-57 --110 4.7 7.8 .4 207 136 8.0 ---382 -124 560 .7 -80121318 04-03-57 21 b .47 4 9.4 5.3 .3 212 3.0 7.0 0.2 0.2 -204 221 173 0 344 .5 5 8012131 04-04-57 --6 2.8 5.5 .2 208 8.5 9.5 ----209 -6 357 7.9 -8012131 04-05-57 --88 6.0 6.2 .6 243 49 10 300 -4 487 .8012131 04-05-57 --67 3.2 5.0 .4 196 23 9.0 ----218 -20 370 .9 8012131 04-05-57 --50 3.6 4.7 ,1 164 6.8 9.0 --171 -6 286 .9 8012131 04-05-57 --5.2 8.0 .1 194 14 8.5 ---208 -17 347 .9 --

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Table II. rCcAiu cd) Chmioca alys n rt pr tlton tecap 4e4 ewgtto. on.oE >R44 4 Ev-CdtmS .. n ____AU l; lid as CiCO0 conductDt a CalnetasBcearChloFluONPhoeCal-. Reidu Calcium, lon(styo-w perwell of Silica Iron ctum slm Sodium slum bonate Sulfat ride ride ra pht pte cuat magnearboaLoa Col. atur ub.er eolrciton (a10.) ) ( ) a) C() KO j41 C) (F f) (PO.. lated 180IC stum -at* a2'Ci pe aro _EL. 8012131 04-05-57 --78 4.3 5,2 0.2 210 43 9.0 2--57 -40 428 ,7 -8013131 04-10-57 -74 3,8 ,0 .4 218 23 10 --241 -40 012231 04-10-57 --84 4. 5.4 1 199 70 9.0 ----87 -S 459 7,I 801231 04-10-7 --89 14 5 .4 212 10 90-33 -1 533 .7 -B012131 04-12-57 20 0.43 49 14 3,6 .4 212 6,0 7.0 0.2 0.0 0.1 210 225 180 2 356 .4 5 801132 05-07-57 18 b.10 56 6.4 5.2 .4 204 .0 6.5 .2 .7 ,2. 193 205 l 0 329 7.3 3 8012273 07-12-8 11 .00 727 300 660 79 191 1790 4880 1.1 2.1 .11000 11600 3030 2970 I5s00 .4 7 8012274 01-29-5 14 -378 160 1920 -157 804 350 .1 --8700 -180 1460 11300 .4 4 S8012291 03-1l-56 12 .07 33 3.3 6.9 -188 10 9.0 .1 -.1 -170 146 8 265 7.4 0 a 802232 03-12-38 2.0 .04 61 6. 1.0 --89 16 -1. --80 177 65 -7.9 10 a 022232 03-12-5 3.0 .04 96 15 .0 --164 14 -1.5 --409 302 204 .B.10 a 8022252 07-08-57 80 .10 388 39 62 --18 191 -.7 --1800 1130 936 -7.5 10 S8022252 01-27-58 7.0 .36 457 39 148 --967 324 -.2 --2280 2300 .140 -7.3 10 8022332 01-30-59 13 -456 34 117 -186 912 305 .2 --1930 -1 280 1120 2630 7.6 5 Se 8032252 01-159 -------932 319 ------S58022252 02-05-59 -------892 304 --------8022252 02-07-59 -------91 402 --------802233 07-21-30 --346 170 1900 -192 672 440 ----6o 2570 ---8022383 08-10-42 15 .10 104 P00 1140 -223 357 2100 -1.2 --3930 1040 ---8032041 08-01-58 7.3 0.0 42 5. 20 32 204 6.0 22 0.3 15 0.0 250 262 128 0 414 7.4 13 8032191 07-30-58 16 .00 47 .1 7.3 .2 138 3.0 8.5 .4 9.9 .5 161 16 118 5 257 .3 2 8032382 07-31-58 7.9 .01 60 3. 5.8 .5 203 .0 9.0 .1 .1 .2 187 196 162 0 319 7.8 5 8042291 07-30-58 15 .00 78 3.3 4.7 .7 251 2.8 8.5 .1 .0 237 242 20 2 391 7.4 5 8052132 07-31-58 17 .00 87 3. 6.6 .6 285 1.6 10 .1 .0 267 274 232 0 423 7.8 8052351 01-05-31 --6 5. ---220 1.0 8.0 -----80231 01-14-31 --67 4. --218 1.0 9.0 -----188 ---8052351 04-27-31 --64 5.2 2.8 -210 1.0 10 ----192 281 ---802351 01-16-32 --68 4. 1. -21 1.0 9.0 ---190 -187 -802351 10-14-32 13 .03 4. 7.4 .9 18 1.1 0 .0 .0 -213 179 --8052352 07-24-30 -------10 -----18 ---8052352 09-17-30 --68 3.9 12 -240 2.0 9.0 ----217 86 --8052352 01-06-31 --69 3.8 --219 1.0 8.0 ----188 8052352 01-15-31 --70 3.8 --220 1.0 8.0 -----191 ---8052352 04-27-31 --64 4. 3.4 -209 1.0 8.0 ---188 176 --8052352 01-15-32 --70 4. 1.0 -218 1.0 9.0 --192 -192 --805232 10-14-32 -.04 67 3. 5.4 -217 .7 9.0 -.0 -192 -180 -8062341 04-27-31 --73 4. 1.4 -231 1.0 8.0 --207 -199 -8062343 09-02-30 --83 5. ---260 1.0 7.9 ---231 -231 ---

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Table 11. (Contifned) Chemical analyes in parts per nillion except secific co ndctance. .and coor-Co tied Dissolved -ard sw Specific solids as CaCQO condctMagPoanc TeaDate a CalnotasBicarCloFluoiPhosCalResidue CalcIia, Mon(microperWell of Silica Iron clun sfu Sodinu slum bonate Sulfate ride ride tratte pha -at Iagae;carbonshoe Clature number collection (So10) (Fe) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (ECO) (50O) (Cl) (7) (NO) I(u) Ilated: 180'C stai ate at 25C) C or CeY 8062343 09-17-30 --76 3.2 3.2 -241 1.0 8.0 ---215 203 --8062343 10-02-30 --3 ----8.0 8.0 -----10 8062343 01-07-31 --77 3.2 --238 1.0 7.0 ----20 --8062343 04-27-31 --76 2.8 2.1 -236 1.0 8.0 ---211 201 ---8062343 01-15-32 --74 2.6 1.8 -228 1.0 8.0 ---200 -196 ---8062343 10-21-32 ------233 -----8062343 10-21-32 ------235-8062343 10-21-2 ------234-8062351 04-27-31 --72 4.8 6.1 -245 2.0 7.0 ----218 200 -8062352 01-09-31 --76 3.8 0 237 1.0 9.0 ----20 -8062352 01-14-31 --73 3.4 --235 1.0 9.0 ----16 -8062352 04-27-31 --76 4.0 4.6 -247 1.0 9.0 ----222 06 ---8062352 01-15-32 --88 4.1 3.5 -281 1.0 9.0 --234 -237 8062352 10-14-32 -0.03 73 3.1 6.3 -238 .9 9.0 -0.0 -209 -1900 8062353 09-02-30 --71 6.6 .---191 -205 --8062353 09-17-0 --71 4.8 2.8 -231 1.0 9.0 --208 -197 8062353 01-06-31 --74 4.6 --239 1.0 9.0 ---204 8062353 04-27-31 --66 3.2 4.0 -211 1.0 9.0 ---192 -17 8062353 01-15-32 --73 4.6 2.8 -236 1.0 9.0 ---207 -201 -8062353 10-18-32 ------2030 8062353 10-18-32 -----224 ----8062353 10-18-32 ------229 ------8062354 01-07-31 --74 3.4 --233 1.0 9.0 -----199 8062354 04-27-31 --74 3.6 1.0 -231 1.0 8.0 ---207 -200 ---806234 01-15-32 --73 3.5 1.0 -227 1.0 8.0 ---198 -197 8062354 01-6-32 --74 3.6 3.2 -235 1.0 9.0 ---207 -200 --806235 01-09-31 --72 4.7 --237 1.0 8.0 -----199 8062355 01-15-31 --72 4.3 --234 1.0 8.0 -----195 8062355 04-27-31 --73 3.4 4.4 -236 1.0 8.0 ---211 -196

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T0bl@ 11. (Caotinied) Chem I .. ...... ..it" e M CD.. .olved .ardne.s Specific solids am CocO, conduct* MagPo-. ae n'o Tee Date Calnetag8icarChlorluo NiPhosCalResldue Calcium, Non(microper" Well of Silica Iron eclu slum Sodium alum bonate Sulfate ride ride rate phate cu* at magnecarbonhbos Colsture number collection (810.) (Fe) (C) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (80 4_ (Cl) (F) _NO) (4) lated 180C stlu ate at 2'C) H or (r) 8062355 01-16-32 --T3 4.0 3,9 -223 1.0 8,0 ---207 -199 ---. 8062334 10-14-32 --1 70 --331 -8 ---. ----0 -8062365 10-24-32 -2 3 -----232 ---------8073181 07-30-58 12 0.17 94 12.8 4,6 0 .213 30 10 0.2 0.1 0.1 303 417 33 431 7,4 0 8072341 01-07-31 -67 3,7 --217 1. 8,0 -----181 ---8072341 04-27-31 --68 3.9 3.1 -218 1.0 9,0 ---197 -186 ---8072341 01-15-33 --70 3.4 2.8 -221 10 9.,0 ---19 -189 ---8072341 10-14-32 -.12 70 3.3 6.7 -229 19 10 -.0 -204 -189 ---8072383 07-30-58 16 .00 so 2,8 3,8 .1 213 1.0 7.0 .1 .1 .3 202 203 176 2 331 7,5 8 8082082 07-28-58 15 .01 90 3,3 10 .0 281 .0 18 .3 .1 .2 275 297 238 8 464 7.7 3 8082142 07-29-58 18 1.8 114 4.0 8.1 .2 334 34 14 .3 .1 .0 358 366 301 28 557 7,7 3 8082271 07-30-58 12 1.41 52 .4 4.4 .1 160 2.0 8., .0 .1 .0 158 157 131 0 259 7.5 6 a In solution when analyzed, except as noted b Total iron a Analysis by Thornton Laboratories, Inc. d Analysis by Tampa Water Department e Also contained .31 ppm COS

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Table 12. Chloride in Ground Water (Note: Chloride data were determined in the field and do not met laboratory standards of )recision and accuracy ) Collectimf Collection Well No. Date Time Flow Cloide Well No. Date Time (F Cod ......( gp ) .. ... 738-2312-20-52 25 744-226-9 12-13-50 0 87-58 26 874-8 130 739-224-1 5-11-51 20 744-226-1 -3 0-50 21i5 7-28-58 18 2-58 127 36.-8 134 7410-224-l 2-26-51 25 42-58 128 87-58 20 87-58 95 710-228-1 87-58 6 7o-228-3 87-58 6 716-214-1 7-29-58 7 741-20-&-l 2-12-58 23 746-224-4 105$-S 205 87-58 .275 741-230-6 11-16-50 25 2L588 35 76-224-5 11-17-50 3 3 6-58 33 87-8 70 42-58 31 58-58 3 7lh6-224-10 105-50 1 88-8 32 87-58 32 717-204-1 7-28-58 8 10-11-59 30' 29 10-13-59 30 31 7h7-210-1 7-28-58 9 72-208-1 8-22-58 12 718-205-1 12-12-6 12 5-214-8 1 712-219-1 7-31-58 9 748-2224 106-50 25 742-229-9 10-27-50 25 888 18 87-58 22 748-223-8 10-11-50 200 743-225-1 87-58 5 8-18-58 138 7l-2214-18 11-30-50 25 7T8-223-0o :10o1-50 90 87-58 20 88-58 80 748-223-19 88-58 63 744-226-1 111-0 25 10-13-9 71 i8-58 n6 11-10-59 500 125

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Tabl) 1i Conttr4e Collection Collotioo wl o. m Dte Ti now ChlorLd, Wll No. DIt Time w ---) (,P-) .(g) p. 749-219.63-58 18 752-230-. 6-10-58 h 884-8 150 p 8 7-30-58 8858 2037 m 16 7f9-222.9-2041 no 753-21BA4 6-2648 2 89-58 2t0 7326-.1 l..n--57 17 750-222-1 59-52 2n0 88-58 205 75-219-1 8-208 -o 75107-2 1-30-59 10 75f-29-1 6-10-8 60 8-12.48 370 751-208-1 6348 11n 75o7 -230-1 6-10.58 & 00 751-23-A 1926 8-1348 38 11 7-56 22 1222126 2 755-203-3 7-29-8 10 5-287 21 01-57 24 755-222-1 -29-58 22 6-2158 22 5-1-58 90 72 6-264 8 26 5-2-58 250 5-3-58 220 751-213-B 11 7-56 22 5558, 7 .17 100 20 12-12-56 21 5548 2:51 pm 320 5-28-57 22 55-58 625 w 2o0 200 105-57 21 7-30o 8 53 6-24-58 22 6-26-58 26 755-229 6-10.58 243 8-114-58 259 751-231-1 8-5-58 38 75-231-1 8-13-58 1,380 752207-1 7-29-58 1 7521 1-30-59 23 756-205-1 6.21-57 10 752-217-1 1-30-59 13 752-218-1 6 3-58 248 76o077 66-57 2 756-1a2 620-57 .1 752-220-1 7-2848 1,56056 -2 60-7 81 756-212-1 -4-8 10

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Table 12 Continued Collection Collection Well No. Date Time C de Well No. Date Time C 756-21-1l 6-20-57 12 757-220-1 6-18-57 22 756-215-1 1-11-58 13 8-20-58 757-221-1 8-2058 123 756-225-2 5-26-58 12 11-1059 100 120 756-226-1 5-26-58 2 757-221-2 21-58 57 35-58 51 756-216-2 5-26-58 35 3-31-58 60 8-20.58 55 756-216-4 1-30-59 9 757-222-1 4l-28-58 l2 756-216-1 5-27-58 1 57-58 58 8-20-58 36 756-221-1 55-58 100 8-20-58 lk 757-22266-26-58 250 756-227-1 8-1k-58 222 757-222-B 6-26-8 170 756-229-1 6-11-58 20 29 757-223-1 8-18-58 22 8-1L-58 24 756-230-1 6-10-58 7 757-223-2 l-28-58 24 6-11458 05 8-18-50 23 8-23-58 101 757-22k-1 8-18-58 2M2 756-230-2 8-13-58 5A 757-22k-2 8-16-58 kt7 b 756-230-5 .-25-58 352 757-22L-4 2-13-53 25 756-231-1 8-14-58 4 -1 ,5-58 26 757-203-2 6.27-57 10 757-225-3 25-58 8t 3-12-58 8; 757-212-1 108-57 10 757-225-k 8-18-58 147 757-212-2 108-57 107-22 8-8757-226-k 8-1k-S8 30 757-212-3 108-57 9 \ 757-226-5 8-2t-58 12

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thua a onttoud oUe.opton QoUaott on WeU No, Dat. Time Pi) d Wel No. Dit. Tim. S 757.226-9 8-. 58 312 758-2206-8-7 15 8.2048 757-226-10 i-1-52 250 8.1-l58 388 758-220-3 6-18-87 18 757-22612 -.1U-52 150 78-223-1 8-1858 6 77-226-13 l-11-52 327 758-22l-. 8-188 10 757-227-1 8-.4-$8 750 78-26-2 8-15-58 28 757-227-2 8-34-58 17 758-226-3 84-548 10 757-227-A 9-22 58 758-227-2 8-5-58 28 6.-27 92 6.2-s68 5 758227-3 8-2548 2 00 757-2324 -5-8 no10 758-227-5 4-10-58 -00 812-58 100 758-228-14 -16-8 38 757-23-1 .121.6 33,50 8-148 32 8.12-58 7,50 129-59 5,00 758-230-1 21-25-57 23 14-10-58 25 758-20ll 67-57 15 8-13-58 22 7-11-57 25 81-8 24 758230-3 4. -h4 .19 758-208-1 6747 23 758-231-1 s-42 22 758-226-2 5-26-58 1i 758-231-3 10-4a hA 758-226-3 5-27-58 20 758-217-1 526-58 16 758-231-5 s" 72 758-217-2 7-28-58 7 758-231-6 5-42 51 758-29-1 5-27-58 26 759-216-1 5-26-58 241

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Table 12 Contianed Collection Collection Well No. Date Time FPl) C dorde Well No, Date Time S C de 759-219-1 6-11-57 3 759-233-1 9-26-57 175 1258 238 759-220.2 8-20-58 8 25-58 250 3-58 237 759-2204A 7-31-58 8 3-31-58 248 57-58 250 759-221-1 8-20-58 21 6a-58 251 8-13-58 23 759-222-1 81-56 15 8-18-58 8 75.9-233-2 8-12-58 128 759-22-1 7-11-57 8 759-235-1 8-12-58 2,220 759-224-2 8-18-58 6 759-235-2 12-58 1200 00 1258 1,210 759-226-3 4-15-58 31 8-12258 1220 759-226-4 8-15-58 14 800-207-1 3-18-58 12 759-226-5 11-27-57 5 800-226-A 6-10-58 22 759-227-1 8-24-58 23 800-226-4 8-22-58 17 1-29-59 18 759-227-2 8-1l-58 135 800-227-A 664-8 880 759-229-1 1-10-58 36 8-22-58 980 1-29-59 980 759-231-2 10-25-l2 30 800-228-1 66-58 1 759-231-3 10-h2 440 8-12-58 56 800-230-1 6-11-58 23 759-231-4 5W12 76 759-231-5 -2-58 16 800-230-2 6-11-58 23 759-231-8 4-25-588 2 800-233-1 8-12-58 3 8-12-58 6 800-234-A 9-26-57 1,00 8-12-58 1,190

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Tablo 12, Con~tnusd Collectton Coeugtion Date Timne lo Cloprdea Well No. Date Time oW Clorida Well Not k _to PPj 800-2341 7.8 371 81-227. 9.20-56 212 8-1258 332 109-57 222 10-12-59 340 10-21.7 11.00 ar 200 11.10-59 10 340 10-21-57 205 pa 210 10-22-57 7t00 amn 10 800.235-1 17.58 45 10-22.57 830 asa 20 10-22-57 1005 asn so 801-207-2 8-22.58 4 10-23-57 70 10.25-57 11sit am So 801-207-5 8-22-58 21 10-25-57 1:I3 pm wS 11-26-57 201 12-58 18 801-23-25 I3-57 7 2-27-58 21 SI-12-57 7 ~-24-58 229 801-233-22 57-57 6 819.58 2 10-1-58 218 801-223-2 6.12-58 26 1-21-59 1,180 801-224-1 117-6 16 801-227-0 5-11-55 1330 5-12-55 362 801-226-A 8-22-8 35 -3-5 380 5-16-55 180 801-226-B 6-1048 29 -2055 19 8-22-58 18 5-23-55 156 801-227-2 8-19-58 1,680 67-55 30o 10-13-59 15 ,o500 6-10-55 60 11-10-59 35 1,530 628-55 45 71-55 54 801-227-3 7-12-58 ,876 8-19-8 33 801-227-4 8-19-58 3,550 801-229-1 3-35-56 9 1-29-59 3,550 801-238-1 8-11-58 1,50 801-227-A 2-17-58 21 6-12-8 25 801-238-2 10-22-57 1,780 1-29-59 6 8-11-58 1,780

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Table P .Continued Collection Collection S, Date Time 1 Chlor.de N, Date Time F1ow Chloride Well No,.-. [;on No, .,p, 802-223-1 6-12-58 26 802-236-1 17-48 802-223-2 3-12-58 9:00 am 510 16 802-238-1 11-27-6 1,820 3-12-58 3:00 pm 780 11 11-27-56 1,130 6-.2548 510 6 9-25-57 2,0 34-58 1,560 802-225-1 9-17-1 2 o00 3-31-58 1,850 8-19-58 8 57-8 1,190 64-58 1,080 802-225-2 78-57 575 191 8-1-8 1,90oo 8-11-57 190 8-19-8 290 802-238-2 11-27-56 1,o00 1-27-59 321 8-11-58 1,#100 1-30-59 305 1-31-59 319 802-238-3 8-10-2 2,100 25-59 301 3-18-1 7 2,500 2749 102 802-238-4 8.11-58 710 802-226-A 8-22-8 31 803-204-1 81-8 22 802-231-1 U-19-57 1Z 803-210.6 12-19-56 12 802-231-2 8-12-8 8 80.10 26 803-219-1 7-30-58 8 802-232-1 11-19-57 180 17-8 16 803-227-A 8-22-58 10 802-234-1 9-19-57 17 803-232-1 11-27-57 5 9-26-7 24 8-12-58 12 803-232-2 11-19-57 13 802-234-2 9-2047 35 803-238-1 11 -5-6 290 9-267 6 8-11-58 296 8-12.58 9 803-238-2 115-56 23 802-235-1 9.26-7 45, 9-25-7 12 8-12-58 31 12. 6-7 12 1-22-58 17

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Table 12 Continued Coluotion ollecton Date Time 1o Croids Date Time ow de Weil No, De ( (e Ho ---_ _-__ 803-238-2 25-58 l4 805-237-1 9-2557 12 (Continued 34-58 1 (Continued) 258 11 3-31-58 24 8.11U 5 8 5. 7-58 13 64-8 19 806-204-1 6.21457 8 7-31-58 9 78-57 8 10-12-59 11 1-20-59 5 806-225-1 8-21-58 6 80L-217-1 821-58 I 806-228-1 6-1.58 15 80i-229-1 7-30-8 8 806-230-1 11-19-57 lh 80l-232-1 11.22-57 77 806-232-2 11-19-57 13 804-234-1 9-19-57 2t 805-23h-3 1-15-32 8 S8-12-.8 7 806-231-7 11-22-57 15 805-208-1 126.56 6 6-21-57 6 806-23h-9 9-27-57 9 108-57 23 805-213-2 5-15-58 18 1-22-57 23 7-31-58 10 8-11-58 7 805-227-1 6-11-58 12 806-235-2 1-15-32 9 805-230-1 6-1-58 16 806-235-3 1-15-32 9 805-231-3 11-19-57 5 806-235-4 1-16-32 9 805-231-1 11-27-56 10 806-235-5 1-15-32 9 805-235-1 1-16-32 9 807-23,-1 1-15-32 9 805-235-2 1-15-32 9 806-236-1 9-27-57 18 805-237-1 11-27-56 2so00 m 10 807-204-1 6-21-57 5 1-27-56 5:00 pm 200 11 70-57 5

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Collection Collection well No. Date Time F e Well No. Date Time F Cl de 807-209-1 126-56 11 808-237-2 9-18-57 13 8-11-58 8 807-218-1 7-30-58 108 a 30 808-237-5 6L-58 300 16 307-226-1 6-.2-58 20 808-~238-1 9-251-57 807-230-1 11-19-57 20 8-11-58 807-232-1 11-19-57 10 809-208-1 126-6 6 6-21-57 6 807-234-11 9-13-57 7 8 2 809-227-1 2-10-57 18 807-235-1 17-58 110 6-21-57 I 3U-Ucdla 13 307-236-3 7-308 7809-227-2 6 58 809-227-2 6-12=58 13 807-237-1 9-2557 16 8-11-58 8 809-231-2 8-11-58 8 808-20i-1 6-21-57 6 809-232-1 8-11-5 10 808-208-2 7-28-58 18 809-233-1 108-57 1 11-22-57 11 808-21b-l 6-21-57 108 809-23U-1 8-11-58 h 808-21-.2 63-58 21 7-29-58 14 809-235-1 11-22-57 11 808-227-1 6-21-57 8 809-235-2 8-11-58 6 7-30-58 8 810-209-1 126-56 9 808-233-3 A3-58 10 6-21-57 9 8-11-58 2:05 pm 8-11-58 2:10 pn 7 810-210-1 6-21-57 10 808-235-2 9-13-57 11 810-210-2 126-56 10 8-11-58 8

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Table 13. Summary of Monthly Evaporation in Hillsborough County Evaporation (inches) Month Class A Pan1 Pan Coefficient2 Reservoir January 3.17 0.77 2.44 February 3.73 .69 2.57 March 5.23 .73 3.82 April 6.35 .84 5.33 May 7.53 .82 6.17 June 7.10 .85 6.04 July 6.18 .91 5.62 August 5.66 .91 5.15 September 5.24 .85 4.45 October 4.45 ,76 3.38 November 3.44 .71 2.44 December 2.77 .83 2.30 Total 49.71 1 Monthly mean of record for 1952-58 from U. S. Weather Bureau evaporation station at Bay Lake near Sulphur Springs, Florida 2 Computed evaporation data for Lake Okeechobee, Florida. Kohler, M. A., 1954, Lake and pan evaporation, in Water-loss investigation -Lake Hefner studies, technical report. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 269, p 128, based on a study by Langbein, W. B., "Research on Evaporation from Lakes and Reservoirs," Paper presented at Brussels Assembly, 1951, and U. S. Weather Bureau Records. 95


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