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Water resource records of the Econfina Creek basin area, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 57 )

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Water resource records of the Econfina Creek basin area, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 57 )
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FGS: Information circular
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Musgrove, Rufus H
Foster, J. B ( James B )
Toler, L. G
Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Groundwater -- Florida -- Econfina Creek Watershed ( lcsh )
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Deer Point Lake ( local )
Bayou George ( local )
Town of Suwannee ( local )
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"Prepared by United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation."
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Digitized as a collaborative project with the Florida Geological Survey, Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
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by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster and L. G. Toler.

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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION





DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57






WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE
ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA



By
R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler
U. S. Geological Survey







Prepared by
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY
FLORIDA BOARD OF CONSERVATION


Tallahassee
1968























































Completed manuscript received
July 15, 1968 Printed by the
Florida Board of Conservation
Division of Geology
Tallahassee


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CONTENTS

Page
Introduction.. 1
Well-numbering systems ................................................ 1
Surface-water stations.............................................. 3
Hydrologic data ......................................................... 4


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


Figure Page
1 Location of the Econfina Creek basin area and explanation of 9-digit well-numbering system ............................................................ 2
2 Diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system .................... 3
3 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of surface-water data collection sites ... 4 4 Deer Point lake showing locations of sampling sites ........................... 5
5 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of ground-water data collection sites ... 6 6 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells inventoried ................ 7
7 Locations of wells for insert A on figure 6 ......................... ......... 8
8 Locations of wells for insert B on figure 6 ................................. 9
9 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells with geologic control ........ 10


LIST OF TABLES


Table Page
1 Locations of surface water data collection sites .............................. 11
2 Streamflow data......................................................15
3 Monthly average lake stages ........................................... 20
4 Chemical analyses and temperature of surface water .......................... 21
5 Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water ................... 29
6 Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake ............................... 47
7 Records of rainfall in the Econfina Creek basin area .......................... 48
8 Records of wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ............................ 51
9 Measurements of ground-water levels in the Econfina Creek basin area
A. Periodic measurements .............................................74
B. Five-day maximums form recorder charts ................................ 80
10 Pumping test data in the Econfina creek basin area ........................... 83
11 Lithologic logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ................ 91
12 Records of ground-water pumpage in the Econfina Creek basin area ............ 114
13 Chemical analyses and temperature of ground-water ......................... 119
14 Periodic chloride anaylyses and temperature of water from wells ................ 126



















































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WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE
ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA

By
R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler

INTRODUCTION
The Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern Florida, which includes Bay County, southeastern Wasiington County, and parts of Calhoun, Gulf, and Jackson counties is shown in figure 1. The basin has an abundant supply of ground water and surface water of good quality. This determination is based on a three-year investigation of the water resources of the basin by the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, during the period from October 1961 through June 1964. The purpose of this report is to assemble the basic data collected during this investigation for those persons interested in water development or management in this basin.
The interpretative results of the investigation have been reported in publications listed below:
(1) "Freshening of Deer Point Lake, Bay County, Florida," by L. G. Toler,
R. H. Musgrove, and J. B. Foster, Journal American Water Works
Association, Volume 56, 1964.
(2) "Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in the Econfina Creek basin
area, Florida, 1962," by L. G. Toler, Division of Geology, Florida
Board of Conservation, Map Series No. 10, May, 1965.
(3) "Use of specific conductance to distinguish two base-flow components
in Econfina. Creek, Florida, by L. G. Toler, U.S. Geological Survey
Professional Paper 525-C, 1965.
(4) "Water resources of the Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern
Florida, by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler, Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, Report of Investigations No.
41, 1965.
Geologic and hydrologic information are presented in this report in the form of tables which group the data according to type. Maps of the basin and specific areas within the basin are used in conjunction with the tables to locate the data collection stations within the basin. The stratigraphic nomenclature in this report conforms to the usage of the Florida Geological Survey and not necessarily to that of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Well-Numbering Systems
Two well-numbering systems are used in the report. Both systems are based on latitude-longitude coordinates. The nine-digit number is explained and illustrated on figure 1. This numbering method was in use in the Florida District

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on the south and east sides respectively of a one-second quadrangle in which the well is located.
Figure 2 is a diagram illustrating the well-numbering system. For example, the designation 275134N0815220.1 indicates that this is the first well inventoried in the one-second grid bounded by latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude 081052'20" on the east.








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Surface-water Stations
All surface water data collection sites are listed in table 1 in alphabetical order and given a sequential number. These sequential numbers locate the sites on the map in figure 3 and identify the station in the tables.of data.





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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 5

HYDROLOGIC DATA

Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1 through 6. In addition to the table of surface-water location descriptions which are shown on the map of the basin in figuire 3, there are tables of selected streamflow data, monthly average lake stages, chemical analyses and temperatures of surface water, daily specific conductances and temperatures of surface water, and chloride content of water in' Deer Point Lake. The location of Deer Point Lake sampling points is shown on figure 4.
Rainfall records collected for this study are in table 7. The location of rain gages is shown on figure 5.






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Table 1.--Location of surface-water data-collection sites.
(Note: Numbers preceding station. names are location numbers in fig. 2, numbers following are station numbers)

Station Drainage irea
Number Station Name (sq mi) Location

STREAMFLOW

1. Bayou George Creek near Bayou George in NWt sec. 8, T. 3 S., R. 12 W.,
at bridge on forest road 104, 0.7 mile
above Island Branch and 4.5 miles east of Bayou George.

2. Bear Creek near Youngstown 67.2 in NEt see. 17, T. 2 S., R. 12 W., at
(023595.50) bridge on U. S. Highway 231, 0.1 mile
downstream from South Fork Bear Creek and 3.2 miles south of Youngstown.

3. Big Cedar Creek near Bennett 95.0 in SWj see. 26, T. 1 S., R. 14 W., at
(o23596.50 bridge on State Highway 388, 5.6 miles
west of Bennett.

4. Big Crooked Creek near West Bay in NEt sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W.,
0.1 mile above Pigeon Creek and 31 miles northeast of West Bay.

5. Black Slough near Greenhead in SEV sec. 5, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., at
bridge on county road, 1 mile upstream from Still Pond and 6.1 miles east of Greenhead.

6. Blue Springs near Fountain on line between secs. 27 and 34, T. 1 U1
R. 13 W., on east bank of Fconfin Creek
2 miles above Washington-Bay County line and 6.9 miles southwest of Fountain. Measurement made at mouth of spring and includes all spring flow.

7. Burnt Mill Creek near Southport in 'E sec. 3, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at
former bridge site, 6 miles above mouth and 62 miles northwest of Southport.

8. Burnt Mill Creek near Vicksburg in NEg see. 4, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at
end of woods trail on west bank, 5 miles. above mouth and 5 miles northwest of Vicksburg.

9. Callaway Bayou near Callaway in SWN, NW sec. 9, T. 4 S., R. 13 W.,
at bridge on State Highway 22, 2 miles northeast of Callaway.

10. Callaway Bayou near Panama City in SES see. 32, T. 3 S., R. 13 W., at
ford on woods trail, 4 miles above mouth and 6} miles east of Panama City.

11. Cooks Bayou near Callaway in SW4 sec. 8, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on State Highway 22, 6 miles east of Callaway.

12. Cushion Creek near Callaway in E} see. 12, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at
bridge on State Highway 22, 5 miles east of Callaway.

13. Econfina Creek near Bennett 122 in see. 20, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at
(023595.00) bridge on State Highway 368 and 1.6
miles southwest of Bennett.

14. Econfina Creek near Betts in NEC sec. 24, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., at
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30. Moccasin Creek near Econfina in NW sec. 15, T. 3 S., R. 13 W., at
bridge on county road j mile south of Econfina and 1 mile north of State Highway 388

31. Pigeon Creek near West Bay in NEi sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W., at
bridge on woods road, 0.1 mile above Big Crooked Creek and 3j miles northeast of West Bay.

32. Sand Mountain Branch near Greenhead in NE see. 3, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
0.3 mile above Porter Lake and
8.3 miles east of Greenhead

33. Sandy Creek near Panama City 25 in NEJ sec. 14, T. 4 S., F. 12 W.,
(023593-00) at bridge on State Highway 22 and
16 miles east of Panama City.

34. Swindle Swamp Otlet to Porter in NEJ sec. 4, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
Lake near Greenhead 0.2 mile above Porter Lake and
7.2 miles east of Greenhead.

35. Unnamed Spring near Fountain in NWI, SWI, NEt, sec. 22, T. 1 N.,
R. 13 W., 0.4 mile south of Walsingham Bridge and 6.4 miles vest of Fountain.

36. Wetappo Creek near Wewahitchka 45 in NW} see. 13, T. 5 S., R. 11 W., at
bridge on county :oad, 0.5 mile below Little Creek and 8 miles southwest of Wewahitchka.

37. White Oak Creek near Greenhead 8.46 in NE} sec. 28, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at
(023596.10) abandoned bridge, 1.0 mile above Gap
Pond .Outlet and 7.6 miles northeast of Greenhead.

38. Williford Spring near Bennett in SWk sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
on west bank of Econfina Creek, 0.1 mile north of Washington-Bay County line and 3.4 miles north of Bennett.














































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Table t.--Coni'd

STAGE:

3Q. Clarks Hole (Hamlin Pond) in SWi sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on
sear Greenhead south shore of pond, 0.5 mile south
of Deadening Cemetery and 3.7 miles
east of Oreenhead.

40. Compass Lake at Compass Lake in SE sec. 1, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., on
southwest shore of lake at Compass Lake.

4-1. Gap Pond near Greenhead in NWi see. 29, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., on
(023596.14) north shore of pond, at public ramp
and northeast of Greenhead.

42. Gully Pond near Greenhead in NW sec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on
(023596.45} southeast shore of pond and 2.8 miles
east of Greenhead.

45. Hammock Lake near Greenhead in SWI see. 19, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., on
(023596.30) west shore of lake and 4.9 miles
southeast of Greenhead.

44. Mrial Lake near Greenhead in SW! sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 14 W.,
(023596.70) on south shore of lake and 8.1 miles
south of Greenhead.

45. North Bay at Lynn Haven in sec. 4, T. 3 S., R. 14 W., on
(02593.20) south end of bridge on State Highway
77, at Lynn Haven.

46. Porter Lake near .veenhead in SW} sec. 9, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
(023596.16) on southwest shore of lake and
6.6 miles cast of Greenheod.

47. Still Pond near Greenhead in NEI sec. 18, T. 1 N., R. 13 W.,
(023596.25) on south shore of pond and 5.0
miles east of Greenhead.

48. Wages Pond near Greenhead in SWI sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. 14 w.,
(023596.43) on east shore of pond, 0.2 mile
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Table 2.--Cont'd

16. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Econfina Creek near Compass Lake, in cfs

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year
1962 46.7 57.6 59-5 99.6 23.9 35.2 37.8 39.2 43.0 47.6 4o.6 43.6 47.7
1963 88.5 65.9 57.2 32.5 29.2 39.1 83.2 70.5 64.o .


17. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek near mountain

Flow Flow Flow
Date (cf.) Date (cf.) Date (cfs)
1959 1s 19
MIay 16 148 Sept.11 96.1 Aug. 26 144
Juno 1 317 Oct. 31 86.5 oct. 8 154
Dec. 18 91.7 Nov. 20 110
1962
Mar. 11 122 1963 1964
Mar. 27 108 Jan. 29 149 Jan. 10 805
Apr. 10 175 Apr. 9 126 Jan. 16 255
I-ny 22 86.9 May 28 79.6 Feb. 4 194
July 19 101 July 16 126


18. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek above Gainer Springs, near Bennett

Flow Flow
Date (cfs) Date (cfs)

Apr. 11, 1962 318 may 29, 1963 189
sept.11, 1962 206 Aug. 27, 1963 272
Jan. 30, 1963 293

11. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek below Gainer Springs, near Bennett

Flow Flow
ate (Cf.) (cfs)
Apr. 11, 1962 468 May 29, 1963 356
Sept.11, 1962 372 Aug. 27, 1963 419
Jan. 30, 1963 451

20. Streanflow measurenents of Econfina Creek below renmile Creek, near Fountain

Flow
Date (cfs)

Jan. 29, 1963 121
izay 27, 1963 53.7
Aug. 28, 1963 101

22. Flow over Deer Point Dam from Deer Point Lake near Panama City

Flow
Date (cfs)

Jan. 31, 1963 956


23. Streamflow measurements of Gainer Springs near Bennett
(Spring on east bank of Econfina Creek)

Flow Flow
Date (efa) Date (efs)

Nov. 14, 1941 20.2 May 29, 1963 17.8
Sept.11, 1962 20.7 Aug. 27, 1963 19.4
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33. Streamflow measurements of Sandy Creek near Panama City
Flow Flow Flow
Date (c-f) Date (c.) Date (crc)
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Mar. 16 23.6 Jan. 28 37.6 Nov. 4 9.86
Apr. 23 11.0 Mar. 11 23.5 Dec. 16 90.3
June 18 14.1 May 6 7.05
Aug. 13 19.9 June 24 86.5 1964
Oct. 5 37.6 Aug. 12 29.9 Feb. 3 22.8
Nov. 26 19.2 Sept.16 20.4 Feb. 28 838

34. Streamflow measurements of Swindle Swamp Outlet to Porter Takc near Greenhead

Flow
Date (efs)
Mar. 8, 1962 3.79
July 18, -1962 1.90
May 30, 1963 1.18

36. Streamflow measurements of Wetappo Creek near Wdwahitchka
Flow Flow Flow
Date (.f.) Date (cfs) Date (cfs)

Nov. 11 9.52 Oct. 5 183 Aug. 12 68.2
Nov. 26 45.3 Sept.16 40.2
1962 Nov. 4 14.6
Mar. 16 47.2 1963 Dec. 16 325
Apr. 23 24.3 Jan. 28 164
June 18 15.8 *Aar. 11 83.8 1964
Aug. 13 43.4 :.iay 8 6.52 Feb. 3 75.3
June 24 187

37. 3trn::iILow '.twirements of White Oak Creek near Greenhead
Flow Flow Flow
Date (U!s) Date (cfs) Date (cfs)
19.2 11 IoZ3
Mar. 1 8.10 Nov. 29 4.91 Aug. 15 94.7
Apr. 26 6.13 Sept.19 6.57
June 21 8.2 1963 Nov. 7 8.22
July 18 5.22 Jan. 17 9.o4 Dec. 19 1h.4
AuC. 16 2.52 Mar. 14 44.9
Oct. 2 53.4 May 30 7.15 1964
June 27 7.50 Feb. 5 21.1

38. Streamflow measurements of Williford Spring near Bennett

Flow Flow
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Sept.11, 1962 31.1 May 29, 1963 31.9
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Table 3.--Moathly average lake stages in feet above mean sea level, taken fro graph of about weekly gage readings Jan. Feb. Mr. Apr. My June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

39. Clarks Role near Greenhead (sae as Hamlin Pond above elevation 55 ft.) 1962 56.8 57.2 57.3 56.3 54.8 55.0 54.3 52.5 50.7 49.3 48.3
1963 47.6 48.2 47.8 46.8 47.0 46.2 47.0 57.0 57.5 57.6 56.3 57.4

41. Gap Pond near Greenhead
1962 92.2 92.4 92.8 92.4 92.1 92.0 91.7 91.5 91.1 90.7 90.5
1963 90.5 90.9 91.3 91.2 90.8 90.6 90.7 91.6 91.8 91.9 91.5 91.9

42. Gully Pond near Greenhead

1961 51.8 51.6 51.2 51.0 50.3 49.9 49.9 50.3 50.7 50.3 49.8 49.7
1962 49.3 48.- 48.4 48.0 47.2 46.8 46.7 46.5 46.2 45.8 45.5 45.4
1962 45.4 45.4 45.3 44.9 44.4 44.2 45.2 46.2 46.6 46.6 46.6 46.9

43. Hanmock Lake near Greenhead
1962 49.6 49.4 49.2 48.3 48.0 48.2 48.1 47.8 47.3 47.1 46.9
1963 46.6 46.6 46.5 45.8 45.4 45.1 45.8 47.0 47.1 47.2 46.1 47.2

44. Merial Lake near Greenhead
1962 50.0 49.5 49.2 48.6 48.1 47.8 47.3 46.8

45. *North Bay at Lynn Haven
l)62(4izL.)- -1.39 -1.67 -1.08 -0.90 -0.82 -0.93 -o.46 -0.22 -0.51 -1.49 -1.93
192(aax.)- 1.37 2.56 1.85 1.51 1.88 1.70 1.81 1.78 1.95 1.94 1.50
1963(xin.)-2.30 -2.05 -1.98 -1.17 -1.10 .93 .80 .80 .45 .45 -1.68 -2.35
1963(max.) 2.12 1.97 1.56 1.90 1.73 2.18 2.26 1.67 2.50 1.70 2.87 1.76
-Elevations are monthly maximum and minimum tide ranges

46. Porter Lake near Greenhead

1961 68.3 68.3 67.9 67.9 67.5 66.7 66.3 66.2 66.0 64.9 63.8 62.9
1962 62.6 62.3 62.2 62.4 61.6 60.8 60.5 59.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 57.2
1963 57.1 57.8 58.1 57.7 56.8 55.9 56.5 60.2 60.8 61.5 60.7 61.1

47. Still Pond near Greenhead

1962 58.1 58.1 58.2 57.6 57.6 58.0 57.7 57.2 57.0 56.7 56.3
1963 57.4 58.3 57.9 57.7 57.2 56.8 58.0 58.5 58.3 58.3 57.9 58.3

48. Wages Pond near Greenhead
1962 58.6 58.1 58.2 57.5 56.9 56.5 56.1 55.3 54.6 54.3 54.1
1963 54.0 54.2 54.0 53.5 53.2 53.2 53.6 54.7 54.8 54.8 54.6 54.9

















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(Note: Numbers proceeding station names are location numbers in figure 2;
In discharge column; Z, estimated; I, instantaneous, at time of sampling;
5, stage; D, average for the day; blank is average for the period.)
Chemia analyses. in Parts per million. aee pcfi n utnpad or
Ist =ot secif conuctante. oN. and color
Dissolved solids Hardness Specific
Date Mean Silica Iron Cal- u. Sodium tax- Bicar- Sulfate Chloride Fluo- Nl- Cal- Residue o-conduct- Teof discharge ( C.) (N.) sum bonate (8 (C ride. rate cu- at (on ance pH or Pr
colleciou (do) (SIN e) (Ca) O) (1) CHCOJ ( (NO) lated 10C magna- arbon- beoa
slum ait at 250C)
(1) BAYOU 0 ORGE CREE NEAR BAYOU GEORGE, FLA.
Nov. 13, 1961. 5.2 0.00 80 179 1440 61 94 360 2480 0.2 0.7 4652 4620 936 858 8100 7.4 7 72
Mar. 9, 1962.. 6.1 7.4 .6 2.6 .0 20 2.0 5.0 .1 34 50 21 4 51 6.7 90' 56
Sept. 12...... 1 69.8 -- 0 3.0 4 4 26 4.5 160 76

(2) BEAR CREEK NEAR YOUNGSTOWN, FIA.
Nov. 13, 1961. 4.6 0.01 3.8 0.4 1.9 0.3 14 0.8 2.5 0.0 0.0 21 24. 11 0 30 7.2 7 68
Feb. 5, 1962.. I 57 5.1 .06 3.0 .4 2.4 .2 9 .4 2.8 .1 .0 19 29 9 2 28 6.5 30 62
May 22........ I 4.6 4.2 .5 1.5 .2 13 .0 2.5 .1 .2 20 27 12 2 31 6.8 12 71
July 18....... I 97 4.9 .13 2.2 .4 1.7 .1 6 .8. 3.5 .1 .0 17 20 7 2 24 5.8 70 77
get. 10...... I 96 6 3.0 -- 8 3 29 5.9 90 77
Oct. 30....... 1 46 4.7 12 2.0 -- 20 10 0 28 6.9 15 63
Dec. 17....... D 65 4.8 -- -- 9 -- 2.8 -- 22 9 2 27 6.3 40 56
May 13, 1963.. D 62 1.7 .10 2.8 .5 2.0 .3 9 .4 3.0 .1 .5 16 14 9 2 29 6.8 40 75

(3) BIG CEDAR CREEK NEAR RENNETT, FLA.
Nov. 15, 1961. 5.2 0.03 3.6 0.2 1.7 0.4 13 1.6 2.2 0.0 0.2 22 26 10 0 29 6.8 40 73
Fob. 6, 1962.. 4.1 .04 4.4 .1 1.6 .2 12 .4 3.2 .1 .0 20 31 12 2 32 6.6 45 57
Apr. 27. 6.4 8.9 4.0 .1 1.6 .0 12 .0 3.0 .5 .0 24 25 10 0 28 6.8 30
June 20....... I 6.3 4.1 .05 3.0 .1 1.2 .1 8 .8 3.5 .0 .0 17 32 8 2 36 6.4 55 77
Aug. 15....... I 3.5 -- -- 12 2.0 -- 10 0 34 6.7 15 82
Nov. 28....... 5.9 4.0 -- -- 14 2.0 28 12 1 32 6.7 25 60
Jan. 16, 1963. I 9.9 4.9 .10 .8 .1 1.4 .1 2 .0 3.0 .1 .0 12 12 2.5 1 19 5.0 40
May 13........ I 3.0 2.3 .05 5.4 .1 1.7 .2 19 .0 .5 .1 2.1 22 8 14 0 35 7.2 30 72

(4) BIG CR00ED CREEK NEAR WEST SAY, FLA.
Feb. 7, 1962.. 4.8 0.07 2.0 0.6 2.8 0.1 7 0.8 4.0 0.1 0.0 19 28 8 2 27 6.5 40 51
Mar. a........ I 9.0 4.2 2.0 .2 2.4 .1 6 .0 4.5 .1 .0 16 23 6 1 25 6.3 25 54
May 14, 1963.. 3.3 .06 3.4 .6 2.1 .4 13 .0 3.0 .0 .0 19 20 11 0 31 7.0 20

(5) BLACK SLIOH NEAR GREENNEAD, FLA.
Mar. 7, 1962.. I 5.5 7.0 0.6 0.1 2.2 0.2 0 0.0 4.0 0.1 0.0 15 36 2 2 23 4.6 70 57
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Doe Mon Sila rn a- Mg- Po. aCCO conduct- Tano no. Sodium tas- Bicar" Sulfate Chloride FluO- ?i- Cal- Residue ance COl- perof discharge ( ) (Fe) alum slum (Ns) slum (one (Ci) ride lisle Cu- at no (micrao- PH or sture
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(13) EZCFINA CREEK NEAR BEOLErT, FLA.
Nov. 15, 1961. 430 5.5 0.00 15 1.8 1.6 0.2 55 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.1 55 54 45 0 96 7.5 2 70
Feb. 5, 1962.. 1 422 5.0 .00 15 1.7 1.6 .2 53 .4 2.8 .1 .3 53 59 44 1 94 7.4 5 69
Apr. 12-20.... 483 5.0 .01 17 .2 2.1 .4 53 2.0 2.5 .2 .5 56 6 44 0 102 7.5 10
Apr. 21-25,
27-30........ 453 4.7 .00 16 1.1 2.5 .5 52 2.0 2.5 .0 .4 56 66 44 2 100 7.5 10
May 1-8....... 426 4.9 .00 16 1.9 1.7 .2 52 2.0 2.0 .1 .0 55 52 48 6 101 7.5 5
May 9-11,
13-14, 21-23 388 4.7 .00 17 7.3 2.8 .1 56 1.2 3.0 .1 .0 58 53 48 2 105 7.1 5
May 24-31..... 399 4.5 .00 17 1.8 1.3 .1 55 1.2 2.0 .1 .0 57 51 50 2 103 7.3 5
June 1-10..... 396 6.9 .01 15 2.2 2.1 .2 54 1.2 3.5 .2 .2 59 59 46 2 102 7.4 a
June 11-20.... 418 5.5 .02 15 1.6 1.5 .2 52 1.6 2.5 .1 .2 54 56 44 2 95 7.5 9
June 21-23,
25, 30...... 410 5.7 .01 15 1.6 1.5 .1 52 .8 1.5 .3 .2 53 55 44 2 94 7.5 14
July 1-10..... 402 5.0 15 1.6 1.8 .1 51 .8 1.5 .1 .0 53 51 44 2 95 7.5 10
July 11-20.... 389 5.1 15 1.8 1.9 .1 52 2.0 1.8 .2 .1 54 55 45 2 97 7.6 5
July 21-31.... 428 4.9 16 1.0 2.0 .1 52 1.6 1.8 .1 .1 54 54 44 2 95 7.4 7
Aug. 1-10 421 5.0 16 1.2 2.0 .1 52 1.6 1.8 .1 .1 54 54 45 2 97 7.7 10
Aug. 1-20.... 395 4.8 15 1.7 2.0 .1 55 1.6 2.0 .1 .0 55 56 47 2 100 7.4 8
Aug. 24....... 630 -- -- -- 31 2.0 -- -- -- 64 7.4 --
Aug. 21-23,
25-31........ 442 5.2 -- 16 1.0 2.3 .1 53 .4 1.8 .1 .1 53 55 44 0 96 7.6 10
Sept. 1-7,9-10 423 4.8 .01 15 2.1 1.4 .2 35 t 2 2.2 .1 .0 54 64 46 1 95 7.9 5
Kept. S....... 592 68 1.0 -- -- 120 8.0
Sept. 11-19... 543 5.1 .02 14 1.5 1.9 .1 48 .4 3.0 .1 .0 50 44 41 2 87 7.2 20
Sept. 20...... 618 -- 37 -- 1.0 -- -- -- -- 71 7.5 --
Sept. 21-30... 463 5.0 .01 14 2.2 2.1 .1 51 .8 2.5 .2 .2 52 58 44 2 92 7.7 15
Dec. 18....... 1 383 4.5 --- -- 53 46 2 95 7.5 5

(14) CONF1NA CREEK NEAR BEflM, FLA.
Nov. 13, 1961. 5.7 0.06 1.4 0.6 1.7 0.6 7 0.4 3.5 0.0 0.2 18 22 6 0 28 7.1 30 67
Sept. 12, 1962 4 3.0 5 2 20 5.7 50












Table 4. CheMical OaaIly and tspQVatUvaa Of 1649facW *Ntr*--Con~tIu0d
ChmicIa analyses, in parts per mtilloa, except specIfic coaductsaC, pM, and color--Coataued I)Iu.a.d lulial Iirdsinss :wuIfic
C. ag. Po. 43 CO) .:,duct. T4qDate Wtas sileR iea CIro ra. Sodium t". SIca' Sulfate Chloride Fluo' ..- Cat- 114at414 an'a Cal- par.
of discharge (510) (re) cium slum (Na) slum k"" (S0) (Cl) d I. itIi VOn. (micro. P11 or ature
collactica (cus) (Ca) C(CO,) () (?) latQ4 110 C mfl.;o.a-bon* aI 5)J
life ato 250c

(15) EONFINA CREEX A8OVI BIJE SPRING, NEAR FOUNTAIN, FA.

Sept. 21, 1962 1 111 30 1.5 41 26 2 60 7.0 30 76
(16) =NWIMA CRUE NEAR ODMPASS LAKE, FLA.

Nov. 13, 1961. 4.2 0.02 0.8 0.2 1.6 0.2 4 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.2 13 17 3 0 14 6.3 25 65
Feb. 5, 1962.. I 28 4.9 .07 1.0 .1 2.0 .4 3 .4 2.2 .1 .0 13 22 3 0 16 5.6 40
Sept. U ...... 1 21.5 -- -- 2 2.2 -- -- 2 1 16 5.3 45
May 12, 1963.. 1 15 3.3 .14 .9 .0 1.5 .4 4 .0 1.5 .1 .7 10 Is 2 0 14 6.0 55
(17) ECON7INA CREEK NEAR FOUNTAIN, FlA.

Feb. 6, 1962.. 4.8 0.06 5.2 0.9 1.8 0.4 19 0.8 2.5 0.1 0.0 26 36 16 1 39 6.9 30
July 19....... 1 101 5.9 .06 6.2 1.2 1.4 .2 23 .8 3.5 0.0 .0 30 29 20 2 48 6.7 55 76
Sept. 11..... 3 95.9 -- --- 25 1.8 38 22 1 51 6.9 30 75
Oct. 31....... I 86.4 4.9 -- 26 1.2 -- 32 22 1 53 6.9 10 64
May 12, 1963.. I 75 2.8 .04 2.0 1.5 1.8 .4 30 .0 3.2 .0 .5 33 36 26 2 56 7.1 30 74
(18) ECCRFINA CREME AVE GAINER SPRING, NEAR BEV1E7T, FIA.
Apr. 11, 1962. I 318 5.5 12 1.5 1.6 0.1 41 0.4 2.0 0.1 0.0 43 51 36 2 80 7.5 20 68
Bept. 1U...... 1 206 52 1.8 44 2 91 7.2 15 76
('19) ECONVINA CREtE 51.01 GAINER SPRING, NEAR BEnME7, YIA.
Apr 11 1962A 1 468 4.9 16 2.7 1.6 0.0 58 0.4 2.0 0.3 0.0 57 62 51 4 102 7.2 2 70
Apr 11...... 1 46 4.4 17 2.1 1.8 .2 61 2.0 .1 .0 56 57 51 1 110 7.5 2 69
Apr. 110...... 1 46 5.0 13 1.8 1.6 .1 43 1.6 2.0 .1 .0 47 51 40 5 82 7.2 8 70
Sept. 11...... 1 372 52 2.2 57 46 4 107 7.2 7 74
(23) GAINER SPRINGS NY FL.W, NEAR BOONWTT, FIA.
Apr. 11, 1962. 5.3 18 3.2 1.9 0.1 65 0.8 3.0 0.2 0.0 65 65 58 4 115 7.2 2 70
Sept. 1...... 1 39.1 61 2.2 62 52 2 109 7.3. 2 74
A Right bakt.
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Table 4. Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters-Continued
Chemical analyses, in parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued Dissolved solids Hardness Specific
Po-M Pa- [- 25 CaCO1 Conduct- TomDate M Silica Iron Cal- no- Sailum tas- Dicr- Sulfito C.,. ride Fluo Cal- Residue ance Cal- pegof discharge (Sij (Fc) clurn slum (Na) slum bonato (60 .) ride train cu- at ,a Nan- (micro- PH or Sturm
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(23) GAINER SPRINGS E FI5., NEAR 5E8E 1, FI.A.

Apr. 11, 1962. 4.7 19 2.8 2.0 0.2 70 1.6 2.5 0.1 0.0 67 66 59 2 115 7.4 2 74
Sept. 21...... 1 20.7 70 2.5 68 58 0 122 7.6 5 73
(23) GAINER SPI03 SW FLOW, MER BENNETT, FIA.

Apr. 11, 1962. 4.4 13 1.8 1.7 0.2 46 0.4 1.5 0.1 0.1 41, 50 40 2 82 7.3 7 70
Sept. 11 ...... 1 53.4 59 1.8 58 50 2 104 7.5 2 73
(24) GIN POND OUTLET NEAR GREEKSEAD, FLA.
Mar. 7, 1962.. I 1.4 0.3 0.6 0.1 1.6 0.1 2 0.0 2.0 0.1 0.0 6 11 2 0 14 5.1 2 50
(25) 1ODWI3 RRANCU NEAR GREEIREAD, FIA.
Mar. 7, 1962.. I 0.3 14 0.4 0.1 1.3 0.1 0 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 19 26 2 2 15 4.6 45 52
(26) 0AMOND POND STEEPHEAD NEAR FOUNTAIN, FIA.
Oct. 11, 1962. 3.2 0.04 0.8 0.0 0.9 0.0 3 0.0 1.0 0.1 0.3 8 7 2 0 12 5.8 0
(27) JUNIPER CREEK NEAR YOUNGSIOW, FIA.
Mar. 8, 1962.. I 4.3 4.4 2.2 0.1 2.0 0.1 6 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 15 17 6 0 21 6.5 3 55
Sept. 12...... 1 12 -- 2 2.2 3 2 16 5.4 50 78
May 13, 1963.. 3.1 .08 2.6 .1 1.8 .1 10 .0 2.8 .1 .0 16 16 7 0 22 6.7 30 71
(28) LITTLE BEAR CREEK AT YOUNGSIOWN, FLA.
Feb. 5, 1962.. 3.3 0.01 1.6 0.0 1.5 0.2 5 0.0 2.2 0.1 0.2 12 1 4 0 18 6.0 10 64
May 22........ I 23.3 3.4 1.8 .1 1.1 .2 4 .0 1.5 .1 .0 10 19 5 2 19 6.3 10 71
July 16....... I 22.8 3.8 .02 1.0 .4 1.4 .1 5 .0 2.0 .0 .1 11 10 4 0 17 5.9 20 79
Sept. 10...... 1 33.3 -- -- 3 2.8 4 2 20 5.7 45 77
Oct. 30....... 1 27.5 3.3 -- -- -- 5 1.5 11 4 0 17 6.1 6 64
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C.bhIcal analyses, In parts per mIlion, except I Ro1f4. conductanas. pN, anI color--Cantinu"d Dissolvd solids I ardnss specific
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(42) GULLY POND NEAR ORENKEAD, FIA,
Feb. 6, 1962.. a 9.60 0.2 0.01 1.2 0.0 2.0 0.2 3 0.3 1.5 0.1 0.0 a 16 3 0 30 5.4 10 63
(43) HAMMOCK LAKE NEAR ORIMMEAD, FLA.
Feb. 6, 1962.. 0.3 0.01 1,4 0.0 2,0 0.3 2 3.4 2.5 0.1 0.4 10 15 4 2 21 5,4 5 62
(44) MERIAL LAKE NEAR GURENHEAD, FLA.
Feb. 7, 196S.. 1.2 0.8 0.2 1.9 0.0 2 2.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 10 9 3 3 17 5.5 1 53
(45) OMT1 AY AT LYNN HAVEN, FLA.
Apr. 24, 1962. 8 2.74 2.9 -- 152 446 3500 139 66 810 6650 0.7 0.0 12000 13940 2210 2160 19000 7.0 30
June 21....... 5 3.44 2.9 0.00 236 652 5750 222 94 1300 9900 .7 6.9 16100 20000 3270 3190 26800 7.2 10 89
Aug. 15 ....... 5 2.25-- -- -- -- -- 10200 -- -- -- 28100 -- 15 90
Nov. 29....... 8 2.24 -- ----- -- -- -- 12400 -- -- -- 28300 -- 8 60
Jan. 17, 1963. 6 1.86 1.4 .01 256 745 6240 246 96 1530 11300 .8 183 20500 21400 3702 3624 27000 7.5 20
(46) PORTER LAKE NEAR OREENNEAD, FLA.
Feb. 6, 1962.. 0.7 0.00 0.6 0.1 1.6 0.2 2 0.0 2.0 0.1 0.1 6 16 2 0 16 5.3 5 60
Sept. 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2.2 -- -- -- -- 3 2 20 5.1 5
May 12, 1963.. 5 4.59 .5 .02 .8 .5 2.5 .4 4 1.6 3.0 .1 .7 12 26 4 0 23 5.7 20 92
(47) STILL POND NEAR OUNRNEAD, FVA.
Feb. 6, 1962.. 6.1 0.09 0.6 0.5 2.0 0.2 1 5.2 0.1 0.0 19 27 4 2 25 4.6 80 54
Feb. 6........ 4.4 .06 1.0 .4 2.4 .3 1 4.8 3.0 .1 .0 17 25 4 3 24 4.9 50 59
(48) WAGES POND NEAR ORNENUEAD, VIA.
Feb. 6, 1962.. 0.2 0.02 1.4 0.1 1.8 0.2 4 0.4 1.2 0.1 0.0 7 14 4 0 18 5.7 20 60






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water

Refer to table I for description and location of station indicated by number and name

13. EOON7rNA CREE NEAR BENNET, FLA.

Specific conductance (microhos at C) April to September 1962
Day October November December January February March April May June July August September

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2. -- 95 89 98 66 100
3..... -- 96 96 99 94 100
4.- 107 99 100 97 101
5 -- 106 99 89 104 101

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10.. -- 93 98 100 89 86

11..... 101 99 100 94 104
12..... 93 108 99 98 97
13..... 104 109 94 94 99 93
14..... 103 106 95 97 104 84
15... 89 -- 104 62 104 72

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17..... 107 -- 95 97 101 9?
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20..... 102 90 96 102 69

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22.... 99 100 96 97 103 93
23..... 94 100 91 103 90 98
24...o. 127 101 -- 99 62 98
25 105 104 93 100 94 98

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Table E. Daily specific conductance and.temperatuw of surface vater--ontiUeGd
18. SCONFINA CREW ABOE GAINED SPRINGS, NEAR DUMITT, FLA.

.Specific conductance (xicroxboa at 25*) October to Deceaber 1963

Day October November December January February March Apri May June July August September

1.. 61 89 76
2..... 4S 8 78
3 45 82 83
4. d is 76
72 86 82
6.... 75 84 83
777 ts as
8 78 66 84
9..... 78 87 85
1001.. 92 84 85
11. 3 16 86
12...-. 1 85 85
130.... 84 88 54
14.. 63 i8 39
6 15... 84 88 Sc
16..... 63 a8 67
17..... 67 8 73
18.... 64 E8 76
19..... 87 E8 78
20.... 8s 89 78

21e.... 8! 85 80
220.... E 89 78
23.... 86 E8 78
24.0... 8 73 71
25..... 1 79 77
26.@... 84 84 79
27..... at 83 8C
28..... 8t e4 82
29..... 87 !1 83
308.. al 60 84
31..... 67 -- 76
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Table 5. DaIly specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued

21. ECNFINA CREE ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BENTT, FIA.

Specific c ductance ( uio u at 25'C) Octobr Wo Dfccjber 196
Day October November December January February March April May June July Aupst September

1. 45 70
2..... 31 67
3..... 31 64
4.50 66
5.56 67

6.se 65
7..... 61 66
.. 58 66
9..... 59 68
10..... 63 64

11..... 63 66
12.63 67
i.. 66 70
S14... 65 69
S15.... 66 69

16..... 64 68
17..... 66 67 51
18.66 68 57
19..... 65 69 59
20..... 69 69 59

21.... 68 70 62
22..... 67 69 59
23..... 68 69 58
24..... 65 51 50
25..... 68 59 55

26..... 67 64 58
27..... 65 63 62
28..... 67 64 62
29..... 75 32 62
30.4. 70 41 64
31..... 70 54 1

Average 61 64















Table 6. w DaIly Ope1Ific COductance and te"peOto Of SUrf&ae estor-Contlaued

23. "Ilia SPRING# NEAR 33133TT, FA,
S peLfia condutae (icro"ON at 26C) water year October 1962 to Aepte ber 1963
Day Oelobor November December January Febevery Marah April May Jose July Augul September

1..6.9 124 115 112 115 110 114 114 110 109 110 110
2... -- 123 117 112 113 110 127 114 111 110 110 110
3..... 121 115 111 113 110 117 114 112 110 110 110
4... 121 112 113 114 110 119 114 114 110 110 10
5..o -- 115 113 111 119 110 114 114 110 110 110 111
6. 120 112 115 119 110 116 115 112 110 110 110
7 120 102 112 114 110 114 114 112 11 110 110
-- 114 116 113 115 110 115 114 111 110 110 110
9 .. 115 114 113 115 110 115 114 112 110 110 110
10.... -- 114 113 115 114 110 116 114 110 110 110 109
11 .... 121 112 112 114 114 110 115 115 113 110 110 110
12 119 113 112 111 115 110 114 117 112 110 112 111
13..... 122 113 112 112 115 110 115 117 113 110 110 110
14i.. 119 112 112 '112 119 110 115 114 11 110 110 109
15 117 114 111 114 116 110 115 114 110 110 109 110
16 117 113 115 114 116 110 115 114 lit 110 109 110
17 117 112 116 120 114 110 115 114 110 110 110 109
1. 117 112 111 120 114 110 116 115 110 110 110 110
19e 11 112 111 121 114 110 114 115 109 110 110 110
20 121 113 All 117 115 110 116 114 110 110 110 111
21 121 112 116 114 115 110 114 115 110 110 110 111
22..... 123 113 112 120 115 110 116 114 110 110 111 ALL
23... 120 112 112 110 115 110 115 115 110- 110 110 110
24...oo 121 113 111 109 115 110 114 114 110 110 110 110
25..... 120 113 111 108 115 110 116 114 110 110 110 110
26..... 120 112 120 110 115 110 114 114 112 10 110 110.
27.... 121 113 111 110 115 110 114 114 111 107 110 110
28..... 120 113 112 111 115 110 114 114 113 110 110 110
29 120 112 112 111 110 114 114 112 110 110 106
30 121 115 113 111 110 114 115 112 109 110 All
31 120. 111 110 110 117 110 110
Average 114 112 113 115 110 115 114. 110 109





Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued

23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNMT, FLA.

Specific conductance (microMhos at 25'C) October to December 1963
Day October November December January February March April May June July Auguat September

.. 111 111 109 109
2..... ILI 111 110 110
3..... 111 111 110 110
4..... 111 111 110 106
111 .111 110 110

6..... 111 Ili 110 110
7..... 111 111 110 110
8 ... 111 111 110 110
9 111 111 110 110
10 ..... 111 111 110 109

11. 111 111 110 110
12. 111 111 110 110
13. 111 111 110 110
14..... 111 111 110 110
15. 111 111 110 110

16 ..... 111 111 110 110
17..... 111 111 110 111
18 ..... 111 111 110 111
29.... 111 111 110 110
20 ..... Ill ill 110 110

21 ..... 111 111 lIC 109
22..... 109 109 110 110
23..... 111 111 114 110
24..... 100 100 110 110
25..... 111 111 110 110

26..... 111 111 110 110
27.... 111 111 110 110
28..... 111 111 110 110
29..... 110 110 110 110
30..... 111 111 110 111
31..... 110 110 -- 111 I__IIAverage Ilo 110 110 109













Table 5. Daily specific conductanoe an4 temperature of surface water--Coutlnue4
38, WII4AIORD SPRING hEAR SONMT, FLA,
Vpecific conductan a (xicroxhos at 2*0) water Year October r toes
Day October November December January February March AprIl May June July Augus September

131 132 132 130 129 122 132 12 1? 125 125
2 -- 130 130 132 130 129 123 132 126 128 125 129
3 -- 132 133 131 130 123 121 131 177 124 127 129
131 133 131 131 127 120 131 129 129 125 130
5 -- 131 130 131 129 122 120 131 128 121 125 130
6 -- 131 132 130 129 126 121 132 128 121 125 130
-- 132 132 130 129 125 121 134 127 125 125 129
8 131 133 131 130 123 122 132 129 129 125 129
9 -- 131 135 131 130 129 122 132 127 129 125 130
10..... -- 131 133 130 130 123 123 131 128 121 125 130

11..... 138 131 133 130 130 124 123 131 128 129 125 130
12.... 132 131 134 131 129 124 123 131 129 128 125 130
L 13..... 132 131 133 134 131 124 122 131 130 125 125 130
00 14..... 132 131 132 129 131 122 122 136 130 127 125 130
15 132 128 134 131 131 122 122 134 128 127 126 130

16..... 132 131 134 132 130 123 122 131 128 125 128 130
17 132 131 133 132 132 123 122 135 12P 128 126 130
18..... 132 129 130 131 131 122 122 131 129 132 127 130
19..... 134 130 131 131 130 124 90 131 129 125 127 130
20.... 132 130 140 133 130 123 121 131 12R 125 130 128

21e.... 131 130 130 131 130 124 122 133 127 125 128 126
22..... 132 131 130 129 130 126 122 131 129 126 128 126
23..... 134 130 131 129 130 127 122 131 124 127 126 128
24..... 133 130 132 131 130 125 123 111 129 127 128 128
25.1... L31 131 132 136 129 125 122 130 128 127 128 128

26..... 132 130 133 131 129 124 122 132 128 127 131 128
27..... 131 129 134 131 130 123 122 131 128 127 125 128
28..... 131 129 132 130 129 123 122 111 127 128 128 128
29..... 132 130 13C 131 123 122 131 129 128 128 128
30..... 132 130 130 130 124 122 131 128 128 129 130
31..... 131 130 131 124 -- 131 120 125 127
Average 130 132 131 130 124 120 131 128 126 126 128







Table S. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued

38. WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BENNETT, FLA

Specific ccnductanci (micrombs at 250C) Octobe- to Decenber 1963
Day October November December January February March April May June July August September

L..... 128 1 0 -2..... 12e 130 -3..... 128 130
4..... 128 130 -S... 128 130 -6..... 128 130 -7..... 122 130
8..... 128 130
9..... 128 130 -10.. 128 130 -11. 128 130
12..... 128 130 -13..... 128 130 -14..... 128 130 -15.. 128 130 -16.. 128 130 -17..... 128 130 125
18..... 128 130 124
19..... 128 130 128
20..... 128 126 124

21..... 128 126 129
22..... 128 126 122
23..... 128 126 124
24..... 128 126 129
25..... 128 126 12?

26..... 128 128 122
27..... 126 128 129
28..... 128 128 121
29..... 128 128 129
30..... 128 128 129
31..... 126 -- 126

Average 127 128 --













Table 6. Daily apeoiftc conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued
13, ECOI1INA CREEK NEAR BENNM1, FLA.
Temperature ('F) of water, January to September 1962

Mon Dy Average
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 111113 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
axum- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 65 65

FerUMz .. 66 67 67 67 68 68 65 66 68 67 67; 68 69 70 70 71 68 68 70 69 69 71 72 71 71 72 73 73 -- 69
Minimum .... 64 65 65 66 66 65 63 63 66 65 65'65 67 68 69 69 66 66 68 67 67 69 70 70 69 70 71 72 -- -- 67 March I
Maximum .... 72 66 66 66 67 66 67.67 69 70 71 72 70 69 67 67 66 68 686 71 71 71 70 70 69 TO700 70 71 70 69 Minimum .... 70 70 64 64 66 64 64 65 67 69 70 70 68 68 66 65 65 65 66 67 69 69 60 68 69 68 66 66 67 68 68 67 April.
MAXIMUM.... 68 65 66 67 67 68 69 70 70 70 71 70 70 69 69 66 68 69 70 72 71 71 71 71 71 70 72 72 72 72 70
Minimum .... 65 63 63 64 66 67 68 68 68 67 69 70 68 67 67 66 66 67 68 69 69 69 68 69 69 70 69 70 69 70 63
May
Maximum .... 73 73 72 72 72 73 73 74 74 74 73 74 75 75 74 74 74 74 75 74 74 75 75 75 75 75 76 76 75 74 75 74 Minimum .... 70 71 69 70 70 70 70 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 72 June
Maximum .... 75 75 75 76 75 74 74 74 76 74 74 74 75 75 75 75 76 75 76 75 76 75 75 74 76 76 75 73 75 75 75
Minimum .... 72 72 72 73 73 72 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 73 73 74 74 73 73 74 72 73 74 72 73 73 73
July
Maximum .... 75 76 76 74 74 76 75 76 76 77 77 75 76 76 75 74 74 75 74 74 76 75 75 76 74 74 75 75 74 76 75 75 Minimum .... 73 73 74 -- 74 74 74 74 74 74 73 74 74 74 74 74 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 .73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 August
Maximum .... 76 76 76 75 76 76 75 76 76 76 76 76 75 75 76 75 74 75 75 74 73 73 73 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 Minimum .... 73 74 74 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 Se member
MAxim .... 75 74 76 76 76 75 74 74 74 75 74 74 74 74 74 74 73 74 7474 73 72 72 72 73 73 73 72 71 71 74
Minimum .... 73 73 73 73 7373 73174 7374 7372 7373 73 73 73,73 73 73 72,71 72 72 72 72 72 70 69 69 72







Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued
13. ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature ("F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963
Day.
Month Day Avebge
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-110 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
October
Maximum .... 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 .73 73 72 73 73 73 .73 73 73 72 71 71 71 71 70 68 67 67 68 69 69 69 71 Minimum .... 70 71 71 72 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 70 71 69 68 67 66 65 65 67 69 67 70
November
Maximum .... 67 67 67 67 67 66 67 68 67 65 67 67 67 67 66 68 69 70 69 69 69 69 67 67 67 67 66 66 67 67 67
Minimum .... 65 65 66 66 65 65 65 67 65 65 65 66 67 66 65 66 67 69 67 68 69 67 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 66 33
December
Maximum .... 66 67 66 67 67 65 65 65 65 64 65 64 61 63 63 65 66 65 65 67 68 68 67 67 67 66 64 65 66 66 -- 66
Minimum .... 65 65 .65 65 65 64 63 65 64 63 63 61 61 61 61 63 65 65 65 65 67 67 67 65 65 63 63 63 65 64 64 January
Maximum .... 64 63 63 64 65 65 64 63 64 65 67 67 66 61 62 61 62 64 65 66 64 59 62 61 60 61 62 61 63 63 65 63
Minimum .... 63 62 62 62 63 64 63 63 63 63 65 65 61 60 61 61 61 62 64 64 59 57 59 59 59 59 61 60 61 63 63 62 February
Maximum .... 66 67 67 65 64 65 65 65 64 65 65 65 63 62 63 63 63 63 63 61 63 63 61 63 63 63 63 63 - -- 64 Minimum .... 65 66 65 63 63 63 63 63 63163 65163 60 60 61 61 61 63 60 59 60 61 61 62 60 61 61 61 -- -- 62 March
Maximum .... 63 63, 64 66 68 65 66 66 65 67 69 71 71 71 70 69 71 72 72 71 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 69 69 69 69 66 Minimum .... 63 61 62 64 66 66 64 63 64 65 66 68 69 69 67 68 69 69 70 69 67 65 64 65 65 67 67 65 65 65 67 66
April
Maximum .... 70 71 71 71 71 71 68 69 69 71 73 71 71 71 69 71 71 71 72 73 73 73 73 72 71 72 71 71 72 71 71
Minimum .... 67 67 68 68 69 68 67 65 66 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 71 71 71 71 71 69 69 70 69 71 71 -- 69 May
Maximum .... 71 69 70 72 73 73 73 74 74 73 74 74 73 73 73 74 75 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 74 73 73 74 73 73 Minimum .... 69 67 68 69 69 69 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71
June
Maximum .... 74 74 74 73 73 74 74 75 74 74 75 74 75 76 75 76 75 73 73 74 75 737373 73 74 74 73 73 73 74
Minimum .... 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 3 72 72 73 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 72
July
Maximum .... 75 75 75 75 75 75 76 74 73 75 74 74 74 73 73 75 75 75 76 76 75 76 75 75 73 73 75 75 75 76 75 75
Minimum .... 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 7.3 71 71 71 72 72 71 73 73 73 74 74 74 75 73 73 73 73 74 73 73 74 73
August
Maximum .... 75 75 76 75 77 77 77 75 76 76 77 75 77 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 757 75 76 775 75 75 75 73
Minimum .... 73 74 74 75 74 74 74 7 7573 75 75 74 75 75 75 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 74 7473 7373 74 74 September
Maximum .... 75 75 75 76 7575 75 75 75 75 75 75 775 74 73 73 73 74 76 73 74 73 79 73 73 72 72 73 72 74.
Minimum .... 73174 74174 74173 73173 73 73 7373 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 72 73 73 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 73









Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued
13, ECONFINA CREEK NEAR PENNErT, FLA,
Temperature (F) of water, water year October 1963 to September 1964
DAy
Month I Average
1i1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17118 19 .20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27128 29 30 31 October 271277 ~.ax 71 72 72 72 73 73 72172 71172 71170 71 72 71 72 72 71 70 71 71 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 69 68 71
Minimum 70 71 71 1 ;7 1 7169 69170 69!68 69 TO 69 70 TO 69 68 69 69 69 69 70 71 71 70 71 69 67 66 70
NoM m .... 69 68 67 68 69 70 70 69 69!69 69 69 68 66 66 66 67 68 68 69 69 70 69 69 66 69 70 70 70 66 6
Minimum .... 67 67 65 66 1 69 69 68 68 68 69167 66 65 64 64 65 66 66 68 67 68 69 67 67 68 69 70 66 65 67
Maximum .... 65 66 66 65 65 65 6566 65 65 6768 67 65 62 62 63 63 63 63 64 64 65 64 63 64 66 65 65 64 64 65
Minimum .... 64 64 65 64 64 6t 65165 64 64 65!67 65 62 60 160 62 62 62 62 62 64 64 62 62 62 64 64 64 64 59 63
January .
MAXImum .. 59 59 62 63 631 63 63.63 63 63 60!60 59 57 58 60 60 60 62 64 63 63 64 66 67 66 65 65 64 65 66 31
Minimum ...56 56 59162 63' 63 62 62 6 85 575
Mebrua 63160 55 59 5756 57 58 58 58 60 62 62 62 63 64 66 65 64 64 63 63 65 61
Maimum.... 66 66 66 65 66:65 64 64 6364 65 6465 66 66 66 6666 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 65 64 60 56 64
Minimum.... 6664 65 65 65 64 63 62 61;62 64.63 63 65 65 65 64 64 63 62 62 63 63 62 64 63 6053 56 -- 63 tj March
Maximum .... 62 65 65 66 67 66 67 68 70'70 68;69 69 70 70 69 6 69 67 67 67 67 67 67 69 69 67 6 686 6 6
Minimum .... 53 62 65 65 66 64 64 66 66'68 67:67 67 68 69 68 66 66 66 66 66 65 66 66 67 67 65 6 68 66 69
April I
Maximum .... 67 68 68 70 70 70 70 71 7069 69 70 72 71 69 69 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 74 72 72 71 72 71 71 Minimum .... 65 66 68 68 69 70 70 70 68167 67166 70 68 68 67 68 69 70 70 70 70 71 72 72 72 Ti 70 70 69 69
may 1
Maximum .... 71 70 71 71 71 72 72173 7373 74!74 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 75 73 74 75 75 76 75 75 73 Minimum .... 70 70 70 69 69 701 70170 7172 72;72 72 71 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 72 73 73 73 74 72 72 71
Maximum .. 74 75 7 755 74 74 75 74 75'74 75475 76 76 76 76 76 76 :75 76 75 76 75 75 75 75 74 75 75 76 75
Minimum .... 72 73 72 72 72 73 72 73 73. 73 7474 74 74 74 74 7 73 7 4 4 74 7474 74 74 74 74 73
zaximum.... 75 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 74 74 74175 74 75 76 76 75 75 74 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 7575 76 76 76 75 Minimum .... 74 74 74 74 74 74 73 73 74 74 74174 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 75 74 747 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74

Maximum .... 76 76 75 76 7574 7575 75 757 74 4,74 73737 74 74 74 747 74 75 77 7474 74 7474 7
Auimum .... 76 75 76 75 76 76 75 74 74 74 75 74 75 74 74 74 74 75 75 75 75 75 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 75
Minimum .... 74 74 74 74 74 74 7* 74 7* 74 73174 74 74 73 73 74 74 74*74 7* 74 74 75 74*74 74 74 74 74 74 74 M imum. 76 76 75 76 75 75 75 75 75 75 74 7 4 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 73 74 74 74 74 74
Minimum .... 74 74 74 74 U74 74 74 741 73 74 74 74 74 73 173 73 ,f73 173 173 73 73 73 72 73 172 72 172 173 174 73 -- 73






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNET', FLA.
Temperature (*F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963
Day AverMonth-----------------
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13114 15!16117 18 19120 21 22 23 24 25 26127128 29 30 31 age
October ....... - 71 70 71 74 74 74 71 74 72 69 70 71 73 71 70 65 67 69 68 71 68
November..... 65 65 67 65 65 67 67 67 64 63 63 66 68 65 63 66 67 69 69 68 70 66 68 63 65 64 62 64 62 64 66
December ..... 65 65 64 64 66 61 60 64 63 61 61 59 58 57 59 62 64 63 66 67 68 67 67 65 67 64 63 64 66 63 62 63
jauary........ 61 61 60 61 62 64 62 63 61 65 67 64 61 59 59 60 60 64 65 57 60 58 61 58 56 59 60 58 59 62 64 61 February....... 66 67 65 61 62 63 63 61 62 66 61 69 58 61 59 60 61 59 57 59 59 61 59 61 59 61 59 58 -- 61
March......... 62 59 61 65 67 63 62 63 64 69 66 70 70 70 68 69 69 70 71 70 67 65 63 66 65 67 66 66 66 66 67 66 April.......... 68 69 68 68 69 70 67 66 67 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 70 71 71 72 72 70 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 69
My........... 69 67 66 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 70 72 72 72 71 71 71
June .......... 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 73 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73
July........... 72 73 7 3 73 73 74 74 74174 73 72 72 73 73 73 7373 73172 73 73 74 73 72 73 7373 73 73 73 73
August........ 7373 73 75 73 74 73 74 74[7 4 74 774 4 73 73 73 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73
September..... 73 74 73 73 73 72 73 73 73 73 72 73 73173 72 72 72 72 ,72172 72 74 72 70 70 71 72 72 71 70 -- 72
18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, October to December 1963
Day AverMonth 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 age

October ....... 69 70 70 70 70 70 70 69 68 70 8 681 59 69 68 69 70 69 68 68 68 68 68 70 70 70 72 70 6965 64 69 November..... 66 65 62 66 67 68 68 66 66 68 68 66 64 62 62 63 64 64 65 66 67 68 69 66 6666 68 70 6663 66 December ..... 62 63 63 61 62 61 62 6 62 61 163 67 64 61 17 58 59 60 59 59 71 62 62 59 59 59 63 61 6163 59 61










Table 5. Daily Npecific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued
21. ECONFINA CREEK ADOME WILLIFORD SPRINGS, EAR BEWE1', FLA,
Temperature (OF) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963

Month D Aver1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 110 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 8*E
October .......
November..... 64 63 65 69 63 65 65 65 63 60 62 64 66 63 60 64 71 69 66 68 69 66 62 60 63 62 58 62 61 63 64
December ..... 63 62 60 61 62 59 56 60 59 57 57 55 53 52 94 56 60 59 63 64 66 65 65 62 65 61 59 61 64 60 56 Go
JAnuY .....,... 5 56 55 56 58 60 59 60 58 61 64 59 59 55 56 57 57 61 62 65 58 54 58 55 52 55 56 54 56 58 62 56 February....... 63 65 63958 59 59 60 57 59 58 63 56 554 54 55 56 57 56 53 55 55 5556 54 58 55 53 57
March........ 59 56 56 63 666 60 59 60 62 64 66 69 68 67 67 72 72 72 71 71 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 67
April.......... 66 68 66 67 66 69 65 64 65 68 69 69 68 65 64 64 65 68 69 70 70 72 71 71 70 66 67 69 69 70 68
May........... 68 66 67 68 69 69 70 71 70 71 71 72 71 72 72 72 73 71 71 70 70 70 70 70 70 7172 72 71 70 70
June .......... 72 70 70 71 71 71 71 72 73 74 747 74 75I 74 7 73 73 73 73 76 73 73 73 72 72 72 79 73 73
July.......... 72 73 73 73 73741 75 74 7473 72 71 73172 7373 73 74 73 73 74 74 74 74 72 73 73 74 73 73 73 73
August........ 747 74 76 74174 74175 75175 174 75 7475 7174 73 73 7 73 72173 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 74 74 74
September..... 73 74 73 73 73 7 73 74 73 72 73 73 74 72172 72 72 71 71 72 73 71 68 70 71 71 70 70 72

21, ECOIFINA .CREEK ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (iF) of water, October to December 1963

Month Da Aver1 2 3 4 5 6 17 8 9 110 111 12 13 114 15 16117118 19120121 22 23 24 25 26127128 29 3OT31 age
October ....... 68 69 7069 70 69 69 68 67 691 66 66 68 68 66 68 t681 6616 16 66 116 "6 68 61 6 7 60 6 62 61 67
November ..... 646 62 64 t666 63 64 66 66 64 61 5 58 58 60 62 62 63 64 69 68 64 63 6 986 60 -- 63
December ..... -- -- --- --- -------- -- 95 56 94 54 54 57 59 55 54 5 __9_757 so 951 -






Table 5. Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued
23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963

MonthDay Aver1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12113 14 15 16 17 18 19120121 22232425262728293031 age
October ....... - - 73 72 72 73 73 73 73 75 73 71 72 73 74 72 73 71 71 74 72 74 7.1
November ..... 70 71 70 70 71 72 72 71 70 70 72 71 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 70 71 1 71 70 70 70 70 71
December ..... 71 71 71 71 71 70 70 70 70 70 71 69 69 69 70 71 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 70 71 70 70 70 71 70 69 70
January........ 70 70 69 69 70 69 69 70 69 71 72 71 69 69 69 70 69 71 71 72 69 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 70 71 72 70 Yebruary....... 71 72 70 70 70 70 70 69 70 70 72 70 70 69 70 69 70 70 70 70 70 69 70 71 70 70 69 70 70 March......... 71 70 72 71 70 70 70 70 71 70 71 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 71 70 71 70 72 71 71 71 71 7171 71 71
4 April.......... 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 72 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 72 71 7171 71 72 72 72 72
may........... 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72
June .......... 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72
July........... 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72172 7272 72173 772 72172 7272 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72
August........ 73 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 7372 72 72 72 72 72172 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72.73 72 72 September..... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 72 72 72 72172 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 172 72 72 72 72 71 72

23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA.
Temperature (IF) of water, October to December 1903
Day Aver.
Month --ag-e----- ;
______ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16117118 19 20121 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 age
October ....... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 271 72 72 72 772 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 70 70 72 235947
November ..... 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 70 7171 7272 72 71 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 70 70 71 December ..... 71 0 77oo 7o 70 71 70 70 71 72 71 70 69 70 7 1 59 71 70 70 70 70 71 70 70 71 70 70











Table 5, Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued 38, WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BENNETT, FLA,

Temperature (*) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963

Month Day Aver.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
October .......
November ..... 70 69 71 70 70 72 72 70 70 69 72 72 72 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 70 71 72 70 70 71 7171 -- 71
December ..... 70 71 71 71 71 70 69 71 70 69 71 69 69 70 70 71 71 70 71 71 71 71 71 70 71 70 71 71 71 70 70 70
January..... 70 70 70 70 70 71 70 71 70 71 71 71 70 69 70 70 70 71 71 71 69 70 71 69 66 70 70 70 70 70 72 70
February....... 71 71 70 70 70 71 70 70 70 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 -70 70 70 70 70 67 70 70 70 70 70 69 - 70
Match........ 71 70 70 71 72 70 70 70 70 71 71 72 72 72 71 71 69 69 70 69 65 62 60 63 63 64 65 64 63 64 64 61
April.......... 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 72 72 71 71 70 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 71
May.........., 71 71 71 71 72 71 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72 June ......... 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 12 73 3 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 72
July........... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72
August........ 72 72 72 73 1 77272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72
September .... 7272 72.72 7272 72 72 72 7272 7273 72 72 .72.72 72 72 72.72 72.71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72

38, WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BEM1ET, FLA.
Temperature (IF) of water, October to December 1963

MonthDaAvr
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 111112 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20121 22 23 24125 26 27 28 29 30 31 AVe
October ....... 72 72 72 71 72 71 71 71 71 72 7172 7272 711 72 172 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 72171 7170 70 71
November ..... 72 70 71 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 7070 7070 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 72 72 72 70 71
December ..... -- 70 70 69 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 71 70 7070 69 -








Table 6. Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake
(See figure 3 for station location)
A-Surface sample; B-Bottom sample; C-Depth integrated sample
(Analyses for stations 1 to 6 by Florida State Board of Health)

Station 1 Station 4
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 7100 9700 11-16-61 15100 17200
11-17-61 6000 7400 11-17-61 4500 7100
11-20-61 2300 7400 11-20-61 3300 5300
11-22-61 2950. 4500 11-22-61 4200 4800
11-28-61 1350 6000 11-28-61 3250 3250
11-30-61 1890 2730 11-30-61 3180 3270

.12-04-61 180 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500
12-08-61 1100 2800 12-08-61 2000 2000
12-26-61 810 540 12-20-61 810 550
01-04-62 92 470 01-04-62 550 660
01-16-62 160 270 01-16-62 220 220
01-23-62 31 200 01-23-62 270 -01-30-62 45 92 01-30-62 140 140
02-20-62 58 70 02-20-62 220 220
03-13-62 48 70 03-13-62 145 145

Station 2 Station 5
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 4100 7100 11-16-61 15000 14800
11-17-61 9200 7000 11-17-61 6000 7100
11-20-61 4900 12500 11-20-61 6000 4500
11-22-61 4450 9000 11-22-61 3950 3950
11-28-61 2750 3600 11-28-61 3500 8000
11-30-61 2960 4810 11-30-61 3420 3400

12-04-61 3300 3500 12-04-61 1400 4100
12-08-61 1650 2000 12-08-61 2400 2000
12-20-61 980 750 12-20-61 1400 1300
01-04-62 270 750 01-04-62 750 550
01-16-62 410 470 01-16-62 410 280
01-23-62 290 270 01-23-62 210 270

01-30-62 110 145 01-30-62 160 980
02-20-62 145 155 02-20-62 230 1450
03-13-62 110 15 03-13-62 210 1850
Station 3 Station 6
Date A B Date A B
11-16-61 10000 12500 11-16-61 14000 10000
11-17-61 6000 14800 11-17-61 5400 8500
11-20-61 4900 4900 11-20-61 5300 15100
11-22-61 3000 3150 11-22-61 4000 4150
11-28-61 3250 3400 11-28-61 3300 3300
11-30-61 2770 2720 11-30-61 3400 3400

12-04-61 1100 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500
12-08-61 1100 1650 12-08-61 2400 2400
12-20-61 1300 550 12-20-61 660 430
01-04-62 270 410 01-04-62 470 550
01-16-62 270 230 01-16-62 410 410
01-23-62 250 260 01-23-62 260 330

01-30-62 140 190 01-30-62 190 210
02-20-62 180 210 02-20-62 310 1750
03-13-62 145 180 03-13-62 210 1550

Station 7 Station 8 Station 9
Date C Date C Date C
12-11-61 8550 12-11-61 2150 12-11-61 4275
02-05-62 325 02-05-62 182 02-05-62 975
05-09-62 80 05-09-62 90 05-09-62 8.0
09-12-62 64 09-12-62 48 09-13-62 5.2
10-10-62 46 10-10-62 36 10-11-62 8.0








47










Table 7. Records of rainfall in the Econfina Creek basin area.
Measured by standard S-in. precipitation gage (U.S. Weather Bureau).
Rainfall In inches. At Trst's farm (30a32' N. 8532' W. see fig. 6).
_________________ 1962
.aFeb-i Mar- ul .
1L I

td

-ow -36 32 10
--.01
450 1.1
.l&4 1.072.04. ,0b
9 L.54. -2.10
*2 72
62 .10
31 .37
1332 2.9s 1.32
:68 .36.




373




.03 .08 .9B
6 .06
2 .40




___ _7 20 .
--.22 t




--- jIjj



484
Z'23 -9_ .20 ..0


T .7.02~~1 .0 07133 .4 3 21

.393



40
'42 .0 .40

.0 -4 w

.00

76 0 .20

u .0 .09 .3

3.1 .1 .5 1 7.02 11.04 ..24
"serd3 **gft .he.re.













48 10 .814










Table 7 contin~Ud
At Sizemore's farm (30*30' N. 85*35' 1. see fig. 6).

1962

_-Li. AA e- n M
d. .20


.40 do 20




1.0 do
6o 1.0 do

.4 ~ 9 --. ---- # ,0 0 4
20 d_ 20






--- d d
Ap



-0 -.4 4- do -10 do

.21 .90 8 .40







~I08..Q -- _8_
00 do 50


1 .7 2o
pdo
N R 7drecord
4 7.85 e2.61 e .10 2.01 5 50 2.50 1963
1:, FeIrb. Mar. Apr. I a ,rV une july Aut, Sent, Oct. Nova C,
2,20 l 2.00 _x

20

0 .5Sn 1.28 3._ 1.Q.58 24 .33 .70
0.58 .10 62
9 0.5 ,06t69 ,07 1
0.58 ,)3

.9 22 2 .20
43 1 72 ,= ,_I .30
4T ,k3_ .63 2.94 10
UE .40 -50 .10

37 19 A0
19 .2L 1. 94 1.22 .60 1.72
iZO 2.92 .90
.112 1_.5 .04 .03 1 1 0.06
22 160 .7 .15
23 0,90 04

40 2,2q
26 -0 1s 4.o 13 0.13 1
27 20 .88 1 1, 95 0.12
2 ;& 1 .63 J_ .78 2,9523
29 20 ,58 1.12 05
0_ 0 -2
L ~ ~ 1 ,4 L .83 .1 1 .V5 I-V 9.5 4.66 20 ,1i /4
*Record begins~ here
N.R.-No record



















49








Tbl. 7 contiftu*4
At I. V. Enfinger's farm (30*24' N. 8*33' W. gee fig. 6).
1962


k -28
..1-4 .:.



.72 37 -.92 22
.60 ____.3 1 1
.1 20

*1


9 10
.- .20
2L 3 4 31 60
202L
:23
.629 15


-u 03 17 2 27








-- v .. L . Z 0 .




__ 1 _o? .3
4- ..273
40..2

___. 47 1 0..4

,417 --I
0.30 ,0 0


L90 .32 -11 0.9d
1.23 .1.0 0, 0 .. .









L 0 OS
til 2.20 1.2 .6 ..1 Q1.0 _12
Lil ~~~~~ 701 .. .811








*M*C2 b.g._ .e .e























so




Table 8. Record of wells in the Econfina Creek Basin area.
Well number: See figure for explanation of well-numbering system,. precision leveling; tO a foot, interpolated from topographic maps.
Owner: C, county; I, industry; H, municipality; P, private; S, state; Water level: To tenth of a foot if measured by wet-tape method or if
U.S. government, taken from recorder chart. To nearest foot, if measured by pressure
Depth of well: Reported unless otherwise noted by M, measured by gage or air line. Reported measurement (R),
U.S. Geological survey.
Well finish: 0, cased to aquifer, open hole in aquifer; 5, sand point; T, screen. Chemical analyses available: C, complete; Z, complete and bacteriaMethod of drilling: C, cable tool; D, dug; Z, driven; J, jetted; R, logical; P, partial.
rotary; V, reverse rotary; X, other or unknown, Yield and drawdowns Reported unless noted by M, measured by U.S.
Type of pump: C, centrifugal; J, jet; M, none; 5, submergible; T, Geological Survey,
turbine, Remarks: Owner's well number: V?, International Paper Company; La,
Use of water: D, domestic; I, industrial; R, irrigation; P, Long Beach; M, Millville; 0, St. Andrew; U, U.S. ay Nine Defense
municipal or public supply; T, test or observation. laboratory; H or Wgi, Florida Geological Survey. Lg5t 3, resisAquifer(s): F, Floridan; 0, secondary artesian aquifer; W, water- tivity and/or spontaneous potential; G, gamm ray; L, geologists
table aquifer, and/or samples available; V, current meter; H 5, hydrogen sulfide
Altitude of land-surface datum: To tenth of a foot if determined by taste and odor. A 5-9-62, sampling date of chemical analysis listed.

Casing Water level a


Well ';, 0 i
number % 0 V R.g marks
id 1 a -9

14 0 a 20 19 V i A

h_ I AA -, ___._____U0 .
, SAY COUWIT

156-524-241 P 1953 497 424 18 0 A T P F 12 -12 6-4-53 1000 96 219 735 3 W-2939, L, A 5-9-62
(295645H052439 10A

956-525-221 P 1950 63 11 --- 4 0 C It - 12.2 -10,32 4-14-61 ----- ----- ---- --- ---- --- --W-2275,L
(295657140852507,I

956-525-223 P 1951 81 H 216 4 0 C it S 16.0 -6.50 4-14-61 ---- -(29565310852508.1)

001-532-223 U 1961 610 350 6 0 R T P F 21.2 -34 10-22-62 400 24 ISO C --- 500 96 --A 5-9-62
(3001471053230.1)

003-531-333 U --- 447 304 8 0 R T P F 10.5 -17.06 4-30-62 ---- 320 ---- 72.5 ---- -- E A 2-1-62
(30031040653105.1

003-534-113 U 1959 645 345 16 0 V T P F 27,8 -90.44 10-21-62 843 145 22! C 177 503 -- W-4982, 1,, A 10-20-59
(300341A1085345 S.1)
(300358M0O53539.1 U 1941 437 356 12 0 R T P F 24.2 -20 11-15-41 939 161 23C C 77 50 97.0 36 8-509 L,E,A 7-31-50 Destroved
003-535-121A U 1902 661 356 12 0 V T P F 24.2 -87.22 10-21-62 944 182 24P C 77 421 $3.5 4 11-92
(30035800853539.2
v, A Refer to e action or well rimb n sy ter ai or in er retataf of well numbers.












Table Cased
waer level


Maw *1' e
um-ev ~3~ a





004-533-442 U 1958 350 260 6 0 & T F F 8.0 -33 4-11-61 ---- 190 121 P 72 '00 ---- A 3-21-50
(3004100853305.1

004-535-323 0 1954 487 337 12 0 R 7 P 1 30.9 -74.1R 4-11-61 732 109 234 C 76 508 .... W-3371, L,AL2-15-55,Destroyed
(300420U0453544. 1
(3OO2OUO535J4.2' U 1965 735 336 12 0 V 7 P F 30.9 -- ------ 1,060 180 24, C -- 50 72 M 19 A 5-20-S
004-535-333 0 1941 435 356 12 0 1 T t F 24.2 -101.9 4-11-61 1,100 212 21 C -- 500 W-- -590, L, A 7-31-50
(300407M.53555.1

004-535-343 V 1962 174 1 170 4 0 A 0 T S 29.3 -34.40 10- 9-62 ---- ---- --- -- 15 ---- L, -7387
130040437853540. 1
(30Om.3 53517.1 U 1941 435 339 12 0 R 7 P F 26.2 -27.5 9-25-46 817 126 22 C 77 500 LE, 7-31-50, Deatwaye4
004-$35-434A U 1961 653 339 12 0 V T P 1 26.2 -124.9 2-25-62 1,087 205 25 C 75 500 1---- -- A 11-22-61
(3000430853517.2

004-536-214 V 1958 "44 351 16 0 V T P F 31.2 -74.48 10-21-62 839 141 221 C 78 620 53 -- A 1-19-59
(3004530853621.1
006-525-224 p -------- --- 3 0 X 1 T F 9.6 4.0 7-10-61 220 4 JZ C ---- A 8-9-2
(3006493052504.1

006-536-224 P -- ----- -- -- 0 R T P F 10 ..--- -------- .--- --.
(30064U653604. 1
006-536-423 8 ---- -------- -4 - T 11.0 -41.71 2- 8-63 ---- ---(30061930853614.1

006-537-131 U 1959 -------- -- -- 0 P 7 16.2 -43.2 4-11-61 ---- 50 -- ---- -- A 4-30-52
(300643M853759.1

006'540.412 U 1961 500 324 16 0 V T I I 16.1 -39.00 10-21-62 515 58 171 C -- ---. --------512, L, A 5-9-62
(30063030854017.1
007-535-144 p 1948 268 185 4 0 - r 11.6 -40 12-1548 97 222 -- -1859, L, A 6-1950
(30070530853538.1






Table 8 Continued

Casing Water level a


Well U S
number Remarks
40, .40. 80 1CI U 54
e 0 4'
-0 %1a9 0 00 0. WO .30%
__ __ j _0 _4 __ 0 -, .3 03 S._
e ~ ~A T. '. I. ; .oau e o s

007-535-334A P 1948 76 M 76 4 T 'Y T S 8.5 -8.96 1-29-63 4050 1280 575 C 72 50 -- 1747, LA 1-29-63
(20070500853537.1)

007-535-3343 P 1956 30 --- 4 0 S P F 10 ----- ------- 417 6 236 C 70 A2-10-63
(30070510853537.2)

007-543-113 S --- 400 -- 8 0 T P F 12.9 -25.28 10-19-62 ---- 73 ---- -- -- A 2-14-62
(30074820854353.1)

007-544-122 S ------- --- 4 T P F 10 ------- -------- ---- ----- ------(200757MO854432.1)

007-544-422 S ---- ----- --- 4 T P F 20 ------- ----------- --- -(3007290854405.1)

008-535-143 P 1963 317 H --- 6 R T P F 30 -132.29 5-17-63 ---- -----(30083390853541.1)

008-526-122 C ---- 78 H --- 4 I T S 10 -15.11 1-10-62 ---- ---- ---
(800859)10853633.1)

000-536-132 1 1947 501 219 18 0 R I F 22 ------- ------ --- 20 ---- --- --- -- IP-22, A 6-26-63
(300044110853651.1)

008-538-142 1 1948 501 219 18 0 R If F 18.6 -144.42 6-26-63 ---- 8 ---------- --IP-23, A 6-26-63
(300044110853633.1)

008-536-241 P ---- ----- --- 6 A T P F 30 --------- ------ ---- ----- -- -(300038I10854608.1)

008-536-414 P ---- ----- --- 6 R T P F 25 ------- -------- ---- ----- --- ---- -(30082010853617.1)

008-536-442 C 1942 285 200 4 0 T 7 F 22.3 -116.28 2- 4--64 ---- --------- -- --- ------- V-224, L, E, G
(300009110853601.1)











Table 8 Consinuad

Casing Wager level


Well
amber e eab






00.-536-444 P -- ... 6 R T 25 .-..-42 --- --4 y
(30080700853408.1I
008-37-232 1 193o 506 ... 16 0 It It V 15.2 -892 5-15-42 -- 29 .. .. -. IF..1, deshoyed, Li25118
(3004500863720.1

000-537-234 1 1930 361 -- 16 0 R T I r 13.4 -117 1 6- -37 347 -- -- IP-5, A 2-19-48
(3008340853722.1

008-537-241 1 1930 510 --- 16 0 R N 1 29.0 -126.57 5-23-42 ---- ---- --- IP-3, destroy
(30084210853713.1
u
004-537-242 r 1930 361 -- 16 0 R 3 F 22 -- 729 128 20( C 76 --- .------ IP-2, A 8-21-63
C3008290853701.1 1

008-537-342 I 1930 490 140 16 0 R T I r 10 -92.59 8-20-36 --- 28----- --- --- ------ -1-6, A2-19-48
(3008240853731.1

008-537-343 I 1930 520 140 16 0 R N 1 10 -116.55 5-23-42 .. ---- ---- -- ---- --- 1-7, destroy
(30081930853743.1

008-537-421 1 1930 350 200 18 0 R N 7 6 3 1 1930 -.. .---- --- -- 700 0 -- t-1tet, W-140, L,
(30082690853709.1 destroy

008-537-422 I 1930 780 --- 16 0 R N F 20 ------- -------- ---- 72 ---- ---- --- --- -- -p-1. destroyed, A2-1948
(30082910853705.1

008-543-423 --------- --- ---- R j D F 5 ------- ------- ---- ..-- --- ..- -- .... ..
(30081680834310.1

008-44-444 ---- 380 --- 4 -- T 7 10 ------- ------- 465 47 141 C --- --- -- --- A 5-0-62
(3008073085440.1

008-545-12 1 1961 ------ --- 4 R3 F 14 -22.68 12-14-61 ---- 90 -------- -- ----- .-A 2-14-62
(30084430854534.1





Table 8 Continued

Casing Water level

a Ul a
Well M a 1
a uu u
number A 1 a a a Iz Ramarks
4M O o j Ca qu
I 4 w 4
0 Urn 01 Ab U ~ a.
A_ 4j 1.0 10 a_ -- V._


008-545-224 --- 10 N--- E N 8 -4.80 1-29-63 78 11 2C C 67 --- --- -- A1-29-63
(30084610854519.1

'308-545-224 P --- 101 --- 2 H 6 5 -4.48 1-29-63 3620 1090 558 C 71 -- -- A 1-29-63
(30084810854505.1

008-545-242 7 1961 307 k 210 2 0 'R D F 5 -22.76 12-19-61 ---- 106 ---- ---- --- ---- A 1- 4-62
(30083810854501.1

009-533-331 I 1958 570 201 18 0 V T I F 26.8 -109.28 10-18-62 ---- 19.5 ---- 73 654 I ----- IP-37, A 11-16-61
(30091010853357.1

009-533-342 I 1962 577 180 18 0 V T I F .13.9 -92.43 3- 2-62 490 56 172 C 77 700 9.4 -- IP-39, W-5369, L,
(300998H0853335.1 A 8-21-63

009-534-331 1 1953 505 201 18 0 R T I F 29.8 -115.80 10-18-62 ---- ------ ---- L-1 433 1 ---- -- IP-32
(30091010853459.1

009-534-332 I 1953 512 202 18 0 R T I F 21.5 -115.55 10-18-62 ------ ---- ---- 71.2 433 1 ---- -- P-33
(300910N0853446.1

009-534-342 I 1955 512 205 18 0 R T I F 32.2 -116.63 10-18-62 ---- ----- ----- 72.6 609 M----- IP-35
(30090810853436.1

009-534-433 1 1955 515 203 18 0 R T I F 28.2 -113.85 10-18-62 .... .----- ?----- 2.4 663 ------ -- IP-36
(30090400853427.1

009-534-441 I 1960 575 205 18 0 V T I F 32.8 -118.26 10-18-62 ---- --------.- 72 776 k ---- -- U-38
(30091310853414.1

009-535-332 I 1948 470 206 18 0 R T I F 28.1 -67.5 1 4-21-48 ------.. -----.. .1 470 V 17 -- IP-26,L
(30091210853551.1

009-535-341 I 1948 500 213 18 0 R T I F 27.1 57 1 5- 4-48 ---- ---- 2.0 536 V---- IP-27
(30091010853537.1



I [ .










Tablv I ContInued
C411in Water level


Well 0 Reak
number Ieaarkm





009-535-431 I 1952 492 209 18 0 R T I 1 34.7 -122.63 10-18-62 ----- ---- ---- -70 483 N. ..-......-30
(300911N0853525.1

009-535-44I I 1952 510 202 18 0 1 ,T I 7 28.3 -129.61 10-18-62 318 9 16 0 73 394 H V- -31, A 8-21-53
(300910N0853511.1
009-536-123 1 1950 81 27 18 T R T I H 30 ------- ------- ---- 10.5 ------------------ IP-29, A 3.-16-61
(300950N0853645.1
009-536-133A I 1949 84 36 18 T R T I V 30 -24 1 3-24-49 ---- ---- ---- -- 380 ------ ---1-28
(30093700853656.1

009-536-1331 0 1951 103 66 8 T C T 2' S 30 ------- -------- ---- ------- --- --- --- -- W-2407, L
(300936N0853655.1

C% 009-536-142'A 1 1933 394 140 16 0 R T I r 24.0 -93.80 2-4-64 ---- 16----- --- --- ---- -- -1-14, A date unknown
(30094300853635.1:
009-536-1428 I 1935 85 60 10 T R N W 25 10--- -------- ------- -- 1P-13, A date wnkown
(30094320853635.2
009-536-143A I 1935 460 140 16 0 R. T I 24.6 -98.08 2-4-64 ---- 18V. --------- -----------11-12, A date unknown
(300937N0853644.1

009-536-143B I 1935 88 60 10 T R T I W 25 ------ -------- -- 10 -------- ----- ---- -- 1-11, A date Unknown
(300937N0853644.2

009-536-213A I 1935 427 140 16 0 R T 27.6 -95.16 4-23-42 300 7 1S C 74 550 --- -- IP-16, A 8-21-63
(300949N0853626.1
009-536-2133 I 1935 85 60 10 T R I W' 30 .----.- ---..---- 299 6 10 0 74 402 --- --. %P-15, A 8-21-68
(300949N0853626.2

009-536-233A I 1941 300 -- 16 0 R I 1 1 32 -60 1 12-1941 --- 48 ----- -- --- ---- -- I-18l A 7-20-45
(30093720853626.1
009-536-233B I 1941 110 60 10 T R T I W 32 ----- -------- -- 19 ----- -------------- Ip-19, A 2-19-48
(300937N0853626.2





Table 8 Continued
pas ins Water level


Well
number V Remarks
w~ 01 0 OwRaar




009-536-312A I 1935 520 -- 16 0 R N F 28.3 -106.84 2-4-64 .--- 28 -- -- -------- IP-10, abandoned,
(300925N0853651.1 A 2-19-48

009-536-312B Z 1935 90 60 10 T R N W 30 -------------- --- 13 --- --- --- --- --. I-17, abandoned,
(30092590853651.2 A 2-19-48

009-536-3120 I 1945 67.5 36 18 T R T I W 25 ------ ----- 160 15 35 0 75 --- ---- -- -21, A 8-21-63
(300930N0853648.1

009-536-313 I 1930 79 60 10 T R N W 30 ----- ----------18 ------- --- -- -- P-8, A date unknown
(30091990853656.1
009-536-331A I 1944 503 201 18 0 R T I F 27.1 -110 1 1944 ---- 30 --- 72.0 --- ------ p-20, A 7-20-45
(300910N0853653.1
009-536-331B P 1944 148 40 2 0 E N 30 ------------ --- --------- -- 15 ----- W-854, L
(300912N0853655.1
009-536-342 I 1948 501 201 18 0 R T I F 12.9 -100 2-24-48 420 41 164 0 76 394 --------- -24, A 8-21-63
(300910N0853634.1
009-536-441 I 1948 501 199 18 0 R T I F 19.6 -86.5 1 4-31-48 --- --- ---- --- 300 9 -- IP-25, L
(300912N0853614.1
009-536-443 p ---- 23 M 20 1 5 8 0 W 25 -6.58 1-29-63 115 18 10 0 75 2 ---- -- A 1-29-63
(300906N0853613.1

009-537-133A M 1936 98 79 8 T R T P W 30 -12.5 1 1936 ---- 20 --- 70 190 ---- -- M-2, A 11-15-61
(300936N0853759.1

.009-537'-1333 M 1936 135 135 8 T R T P S 30 -12.5 E 1936 ---- 16, --- 70 350 ---- -- M-3 A 11-15-61
(300931N0853759.1

009-537-1330 M --- 375 -- 0 R T P 1 30 -113.71 10-18-62 --- 16 --M-- --- --9-5 A 11-15-61
(300931N0853758.1

009-537-134 9 1936 170 80 8 T R T P 0 30 -11 1936 195 15 30 70 190------ --1, W-151, L,
(300932N0853751.1 A 5-7-62










eb a le Coat iaued

C" tag Water level










(3009323I 3701.1 009-5"7-312 X 1944 148 90 12 T It T F S 30 -28.5 1 4- 1-"4 --- U2 -- --- 328 ---- -- *-4, W-8249 L.
(30092GU53750-1 U-13-61
009-SW8222 x M95 580 222 16 0 It T P P 36.4 -99 1 4-20-5$ 413 34 17 C 73 700 *- -7, V-3503, L,
(300,9560 3803.1 -107.23 12- 7-61 A 5-7-62

009-538-224 m ..-- 51,2 --- 16 0 1 T F F 32.6 -109.24 10-18-U2 --. 13 --- -50 -6, A 11-I"-I
(300961853801.1.
009-539-134 .- 54 51 4 T - 1 33 -9.5 1 --------- ---- ---- .... .... ... .... ..
(3009318053 7.1

009-539-143 x1909 630 200 8 0 F 20 -41.0 5- 8-36 --- -- Destrod, reported in
(300933M85360.1 2 4th A 1 p.
009-539-243 p 1- 385 165 4 0 R T i 3 5 -51 4-1958 ---- 9 .---- --- 0 --- A 10-16-62
(300932M853916.1
009-539-313 P 1908 300 180 8 0 5 131 1908
(3009221053955.1

009-539-321 P 1903 40 234 6 0 C P r 20 -45 5- 8-43 -- --- ---- -- 160 -- L-214
(3009261053945.14

009-539-431A C ---- 98 1 5 3 T t S 20 -24.04 10-15-62 60 13 ---- P- -- -- A 1-6-52
(300914 853930.1

009-539-431 C ,- 40 2-- 2 T aC 20 ---- -83----7 ------ P --- -- -- A 1-4(30091400853930.2

009-539-4310 C 1938 357 231 4 0 1 T y 20 -71 1 8-30-58 --- ---- --- -- --(3009153853927.1




Table & Continued
1 C-inga Water level
U

aa
Well .4 4", 4
4an g 1 M- *d 0
ame c Va a a.. V 1S 5
.am & a I 4 a al

..~~ um-du~ a MU ~ I


009-54-311 P 1962 535 294 6 0 R T P 10 -48.57 10-18-62 559 70 159 C --- 150 70 A 8-21-63
(30092330854459.1

010-536-332 1 1962 86 60 18 T V T I V 32 -21.92 1-18-64 77 7 21 C 70 510 --- IP-40 A 8-21-63
(301012H1OO53646.1)
030-536-343 1 1953 85 42 18 T R T I V 32 ------- -------- ---- ---: -- - 1P-34
(30100000853643.1:
010-537-321 P 1963 315 230 2 0 ft N T F 30 -79.5p 12- 5-63 ---- ---- --- --(30102850853745.1:
010-541-112 M 1954 598 223 16 0 R T P F 10 -78.0 10- 5-54 ---- 70 -- -- 554 ---- --3648, L, 0-8
(301057$0854149.1 A 11-14-61

010-541-344 M 11936 253 -- 3 0 T 25.3 -35.6 8-20-36 --- 20 --- -- ---- ---- A -20-36
(301006508%4135.2' -70.26 10-18-62

010-542-212 H --- 444 212 10 0 R T P P 10.0 -23 1 11-17-42 --- 35 --- 75 400 -- -- 8-3, 9-684, 1.
(30105930854217.1) -A 11-13-61
010-545-234 U 1965 A483 260 12 0 C1 T P F 10 -32.93 2-19-65 ---- 74 250 H 65M 8 05-3, 1, V, 3-7352
(301030FOW5520.1:
010-545-412 U 1943 412 C -14 6-1943 110 235 25 C 5 350 -- Us-, A1-2-51
(30102530854519.1 241 2-14-62
010-545-414 U 1952 605 260F 1 -30 1-30-52 12 250 264 C 78 350 --- VS-2, V-2902, L
i1 j0 CT pF 20 1-3 1 12U0 250 4
(V1I01910854519.1 -46 2-14-62 A 7-6-56
010-548-124 P 1947 434 292 10 0 R T p F 7.9 -67.1 4-12-61 397 9 C15 C 200 85 -- 13-1, V-1378, L,
(30104650854835.1 A 5-8-62
010-548-232 P 1950 450 i 286 10 0 R T P F 10.9 -73.9 4-12-61 -----2, 1-2238,
(30104110554817.1I



Ilr










TalO a C*a&inued

,ad* GIn Wacte lve



-. --Cda - - lor .- i 5 1





all-W2411 m IM3 W0 423 IC 0 It I p F 13.0 -86.60 10-1"-2 .... 102 --- IM1, 350 N 24 3-6, V-117. A 11-N-61
(3W112MU230. 1:

011-%42414 x 1943 603 423 10 0 It T P F 13.3 -46 1 11- 1-43 --- 76 ----78 365 47 24 5-5, V-816, L,
(3W1123IM21S.I A U1-

011-5424 m 1943 640 426 10 0 A T F F 13.6 -31.2 a 7-24-43 ---- 0 7 360 --- .-4, V-813. L,
(301122m354230.1 -89.85 10-19-62 A 7-24011-542-41 1943 610 413 12 0 1FF 13 -4- --43 ---- 76 --- -75 360 7 2 -7, W-I-217,
(30112654213. 1 A 111--61

011-542444a N 1942 330 220 10 0 A T Fr 13.6 -11 710-12-42 ------ 74 283 1 S-1, W-665, L,
(301101mm5207. 1 -99.16 10-19-62 A 11-9-61

011-542-443 N 192 438 213 10 0 1 T P r 10 11-16-4 630 104 19 -- 350 -2. W-013, L,
(301111O54206. 1 A 5-7-62

011-545-414 U --- 87.5 --- 3 N 9 10 -6.61 12- 7-61 440 12 231 C 72 --- --- A 1-24-63
(3011161054521. 1
012-540-311 N LM 234 145 6 0 T P F 14 -14 1 4-29-58 284 6 144 C --- 50 -- 4690, L, A 5-7-62
(30122606S4059. 1

012-541-213 x 1942 345 326 6 0 A 3 1 F 4.0 -7.96 2-15-62 --- --- --- --- W-65, L
(30125065 .28. 1

012-545-= 1 -- i03 --- 91 -1 ,- 3 -------- --- ---- W-933, L, t, O1 cas
(3012271M54533.1
012-550-331A N 194 590 306 6 0 C 3 1 28.5 -25.11 2-16-62 -- 113 5 C--- --- -w-82, L, ,
(301210M55059.1 A 10-24-"I
012-550-3313 --- ---- -20 ----- -- 426 34 12 C 75 -- -- -A4-1-63
(301216M5059.2

012-551-321 F 1953 430 27 0 P T 0------ ------ -- ----~ ------ -- V-2959. L





raob I ColCLnued

Casing Water level


Well a a i .
number a a e ge .s s.
C a : @ a u I .Remarks

a 96 PC 0
Do, a a a'.x;:: t a i f f.

012-552-122 S 1952 134 p 111 6 T C T S UZA -8.67 4-14-61 ---- 25 W-2699, L, ''
(301256SM85236.1 :

0-2-552-s223 0 1953 436 275 6 0 C T P F 20 1953 290 16 11 C --e 80 s-2879, roy
(3012569C855236.2 1-2879
A 5-5-62
013-531432 1 953 10 --- - 52.1 ------- ---------- --- ------ -- -- -3000, L,
(30131150853120.1 9-00 etoe

013-550-243 P 1959 364 -- 3 0 R N 1 7 5.7 -2.55 12-14-61 ---- 9 -- 72 --- -- 12-14-61
(30133710855014.1

013-553-212. H 1961 762 342 16 0 V T P. F 37.6 -29.4 6-13-61 750 111 22 C 90 500 -- 1-5681, ., A 5-5-62
- (30135MO085322.1

013-553-322 P 1953 466 293 4 o C T P; 21 -21 6- 8-53 --- -- --- 30 0 -2950 L
(301320855323.1
014-528-343 S .... .... 58,
014 528 4c D ------- --- 31 6 C ----- ---- A 1-29-63
(30140550852844.1 11

014-528-423 I 1946 4960 -- 51.2 ------ ----- --- --- --1102, E.
(30141910852809.1

01453-31 9192 30 8 0 -N F 19.5 -5.06 9-2C436 --- -.--- --- -..- --- .(30142710853651.1 -5.88 0-21-46

014-538-311 M 1928 497 -- 12 0 -'T P r 16 ---------------- 428 49 15 --- -- W-863, L, A 5-7-62
(30142990853855.1

014-540-223 --- ---7-- T z F 8.9 -3.50 10-23-62 7"4 1Lh is 74 A 8-16-55
(30144M$%)54010.1

014-540-224 U1943 556 227 8 0 C T I i 9.1 -4.35 10-23-63 S-3 116 146 C 76 220 W--- -728, L, A 8-15-55
(30144850654007.1

0l5-532-141A P 1954 106 -- 0 2 C D S 13.6 4.2 4-12-61 195 2. C - ...- .. AS-8-62
(30152950853239.1 ,










Tahl a Cantinued

casoa Water level



number IO IOrk
We ..t wI ~ ~




015-532-1415 P---- 15 F 12 1 X N T V 5 -8.64 12- 6-61 160 S 44 0 18 -.. .-- A 1-26-93
(301529N0853239.2

015-532-322 P 1960 120 -- 2 - D F 7.4 2,4 4-12-61 ---- .-- .-.. ...
(30151230853234.1
0.91 2- 8-62
015-535-113 P 1960 509 ) 213 4 0 R N T r 7.78 3.01 10-23-62 ---- --- ---- 75 -- --------- 1569, E, 0
(301550N0853558.1

015-535-232 P --- 17 1 14 1k 8 E N T V 6.6 -5.56 11- 8-61 873 248 9C 0 71 -- ----- A 1-28-63
(301538N0853520.1 -1.37 1-28-63

015-535-233 P ---- ------ --- 2 0 1 D F 8 ------- -------- ---- -(30153030853524.1

015-536-222A P 1962 17 15 1k 8 R N V 5 ----- ----------- 1200 ---- -- ------ -- Destroyed, A 9-28-62
(30155730653602.1

015-536-2223 P 1963 220 187 2 0 R D r 5 ------------- -- -- -- --- -(30155730853602.2

015-558-143 P 1964 420 273 4 0 R T P F 20 -5.5 1 1-1964 --- --
(30153730855824.1
015-559-222A P ---- 23 23 2 T C D V 20 -.- .---- ---- ...(30155430855907.1
015-559-222B P ---- 21 21 2 T N W 20 -17.78 8- 3-62 .-- --.(30155430855904.1
016-532-322 P ---- 30 l 27 14 5 E D w 35 -3.87 1-26-63 22 2.5 3 0 73 -- ------ A 1-26-63
(30162830653231.1

016-535-111 P 1954 105 -- 2 0 R 1 12 ----- ------- .-- .
(301658N0853559.1

016-535-324 p ---- 110 80 2 0 J D S 10 ------- -------- 1070 30 5o C- -- -- ---A1-28-63
(301621N0853533.2





Table 8 Cohtjnued

Casing Water level

U .
Well u 4
number A VRemark
C u u.4




016-535-342A P 1950 85 50 2 0 R D S 5-------------- ---5.5-------- ------ A 11-17-61
(30l609N0853534.1

016-535-3423 P ---- 13 --- 2 - N W 5 -5.53 11-17-61 57 3.5 11 C 72------ -- --A 1-28-63
(30161240853536.1 -1.92 1-25-63

016-535-342C P----------------2- --- -------------------------------31.5--------------- -----A 11-21-61
(301612160853536.2

016-535-411 P --- 34 -- l4 S S N U 10 -7.75 11-17-61 ---- 5.5 -- ---- ----------- ---A 11-18-61
(301630N0853529. 1

016-536-242A P11951 83 82 2 K J3D S 10--------------------------5------ ------------ A11-17-61
(301643N0853601.1

016-536-2423 1---- 23 20 1e 5 E D U 10 ------- ----------228 5 119 C 70 ----------- A1-28-63.I
(301643160853601.2

016-537-132 P ---- 106 --- 2 0 - F 8 -4.18 1-28-63 270 5 146 C 75 5------ ---A 1-29-63
(301643160853745.1

016-537-322 P 1963 120 80 2 -0 K D P S -1.72 1-23-63 274 7 143 C 70 3------ ---A 1-28-63(301625160853735.1

016-538-123 I 1911 435 300 6 0 N T P 4.5 1.5 8-20-36 580 39 154 C 80----------- ----A 5-8-62
(301649160853845.1

016-541-314 I 1961 370 100 15 0 V T, I 1 7.9 -2.79 11- 7-61 -- -- --- -76
(301617N0854152. 1

016-541-323 I 1961 307 100 18 0 V T i y 9.6 -4.15 11- 7-61 433 8 235 C -72 504 33 W-5717, L,
(30161710854138.1 A 12-3-62

016-559-411 I 1952 482 --- 8 0 R T P F 22.1 -10.59 12-15-61 680 91 220 1 72 100- -- A 5-8-62
(30162610855925.1

017-534-113 P ---- 30 --- 1 z ND 10 3.5 - - --- A 18
(3017460853457.1
016-35-11 --- 3 ) -- i 8 N 10 -7.5 1117-1 ... .5 --- -- -- -A11-6-6











lab!. B Coot~laged
C-64 la Wager level


W-11 -0 1 -


member ~ 3 ~ ~


_____~~~~ I !~ i~Hi

017-534-131 IP us38 225 3 101 I 7.5 20.0 11-21461 345 3.5 15I C 174 ---- A S-"2
(3017396N53459. 1:

017-534-133 p .---- 330 ... E j 10 11.3 11-21-51 --


(3017342E5353. V
017-534-311 1--- 150 22 o R J D 2 10 -- ....
(3017433653453.1



017-535-133 IP --- 25 22 1 SE J Di is ----- ..---.-.. ------ -- A6 --4-5(301731W653553.13

017-535-1346 P --- 25 22 i S -i D V 13 7 --- -7 -- --- A 12-5-U1
(3017311M53545.1 I
017-535-L331 -31 2 9 22 c It 8 V 12 ------ -- 77 256



017-535-241 p-- 300 H 6 E 0 -ID 10 ---- 5 -- 510 8---- -- --- A 12-S-61
(30174230853545.1:
017-535-312 r -9-- --- 95 2 D 13 ------ ------- ... .. .. --- --
(30172SM853551.1017-535-3357 1 --- 31 P 29 i E z w 1. -6.71 11- 8-61 ---- 8. -- --------- A 1-2-62
017-535-333A P 1953 107 3 95 2 0 ItC DS 10---------------------233 4 1.2C C i12i
(301705M53558.1


,017-535-3333 P ---- 36 ?37 It S 2 X V 13.5 -8.65 11- 6-51 159 6 74C7A -86
017-53"-412 P ---5 22 P 9. It S E D W a -6.41 1-27-63 39 7 C -- A 1-27-63
(301724M5B53816.1




Table 8 Cantinued

C6ing Water level


well co A 5
-~ ~ -Cc a f~u

n0ber 4 It C

.00 w -: Cd CE f



017-351-221 --- 26 23 It D 10 -2.25 1-27-63 62 13 U C -- --- -- A 1-27-63
(301755SHM511L2.1
1.40 4-18-61
017-551-233A P 1926 290 3 0 T F 5.5 2.10 4-23-63 ---- ---- 72 --- -(301732SM85129.1:

017-51-2333 P 1933 300 --- 3 0 D F 5 1.0 4-14-61 755 116 23 c -- --- -- A 5-S-62
(3017361IM5S30.1

018-34-4 P ---- ------ 2 0 D F 10 20.0 4-13-61 ---- ---- --- .
(301837=03449.1
016-534-212 P 1960 210 2 0 a N D F 14.3 15.9 6-23-61 ---- 7 8 .5: --- --(301&%310833417.1
018-535-331 P -- 22 20 1 5 3 D V 10 -1.30 1-27-63 12 1. C 71 -- ----- A 1-28-63
(3018105 5355.1
018-535-342 ... -- 10 ----- ----- --- 8 -A 71-17-61
(30181510853536.1,

01-539-223 S 193 190 132 4 0 D F 42 -2.98 3-28-64 1 ---- -------- -- ---- -- V-7373, L
(3018501W853914.1 1
018-551-13 S 1964 410 --- 4 0 - D F 13 3.05 13-28-6 --- --- --- - --- --7370, L
(30183710855108.1

01 27.1 p ---. 166 147 2 0 l F1 30 9.7 11-30-61 ---- I -- -- -- Jb- S, A U1-30-61

019-527-414A P 1960 165 --- 2 0 a 9 D F 30 12.6 4-14-61 ---- ---- ------ -- -6
(3019160852720.1

019-527-4143 P 1960 197 --- 0 T 33.2 12.6 4-14-61 245 2 13 c A 5-5-1952
(3019170852718.1

019-539234 S 1960 i1t 2 4 0 ;.' P F 23.0 8.2 3-14-62 320 3. C 72 -------- -- 2
(301936510853257.1











Table & Continuaed

Caring War.r level


Well 0.% %d a
aumber & marks


44' a 4. a 5 98 3. 3 '4 6# U- 2 2


019-532-1338 ---- 248 105 6 0 R N F 23.0 8.0 3-14-62 310 3.5 153 C 72 -- ---- A 5-0-62
(3019361053257.2)

019-534-214 1 --- 144 ? --- 3 0 P D F 12.7 7.7 1- 2-62 366 4 18C C 70 ... .... A 1-12-65
(30194610853442.1

019-545-121 1 --. 17 14 14 3 P W 18 -2.05 1-27-63 35 7.8 3 C 68 -- ---- A 1-27-63
(3019530854545.1
019-545-143 P ---- 140 P --- 2 0 i N F 9.9 -2.2o 4-14-61 150 3.2 67 C --- --- --- -- A 1-8-62
(30193610854540.1
021-524-341 1 1953 4834 148 8 0 i y 85 ------. .-- ------ --- ---- ------------ -- W-2982, L, 1, destroyed,
S(3021120852440.1 o11 test
021-526-212 C 1950 183 166 4 0 C T P 1 74.6 -4 1 3-25-50 ------- --- --- -100 W---- --2143, L
(302159NO852622.1
021-526-214 P 1914 412 --- 6 0 T 0 1 85 -14.51 9-25-46 --. -. ---- -- -- .. .(3021473852620.1

021-526-324 P ---- 184 ) --- 2 0 R D 1 65.3 3.52 11-30-61 -. ---- -- -- -(30212230852636.1

022-526-443 P ---- 30 ) 27 1 8 z 0 w as -14.31 1-26-63 36 4.8 a C 71 --- ----- A 1-26-63
(30220130852613.1

023-526-2234 P 1956 160 1 161 4 0 V N T F 102.6 3.0 3- 2-61 .--- --. ----- 150 ---- -- L
(30235130852611.1
023-526-2233 1959 4748 393 8. 0 I t 102 ------- ------.---- ---- ----- -- -- --- ---- W-4920, L, 8, destroyed,
(302351J0S52611.1 oi1 t
023-529-221 1 1956 5000 390 8% 0 . - 120- ---------------- --- ----- W-3753, L, destroyed
(30235410852911.1 1 0--lt
023-532-124 P 1961 23 20 1 E S B D W 95 -5.28 12- 6-el 24 3. C 72 --- ---- -- A 1-26-63
(30235010653235 .1





Table 8 Continued

Casing Water level





o2-3-33 P - 9 a 2 0 1. 4-14- 29 2.a5 9 1 84
Wall a27E ( 2C


(. & 44 -2
nube a awl(4 u ~



.8'g k a 1e Ok m


02-5-A1 0-- 1! 47 1kS




024-535-3411 P 1962 232 190 2 0 R 0 F 103 -56.40 7-31-62 189 -2.5 95 C 73-------- --A1-26
(320.85 5 8 2 C6 a F-2-O .2





025-525-213A P 1955 153 165 4 0 N S 139.9 -12.6 3- 2-61 ---- --- -- -- ---- --.
(30254980852529.1

0% ~ ~~~ 025-552 I 1955 4531 -- 9[ R 11 - 140-------------------- .--------- ----- --------------W-3433, L, N, a5.1 teat,
(30249805252. 2demloyed 025-533-114A P ---- 96 2 0 6- 90 -58.63 4-23-62
(30254580853349.1

025-533-114B P --- 28 1 -- 1 E N F0 -20.25 4-23-62 1-- -- -- C 73 --- ..
(30254580853349.2

025-541-133 P --- 37 134 14 S N S 1 92 -25.02 1-26-63 33 3.5 C 69--- -----A 1-27-63
(30253610854154.1

025-542-321 P --5 3---- ---2 - - 95 -7.1 4-15-61 --- --- --- -(302525N0854240.1

025-525-341 P---- 300 -- 3 0 T D F 155 ------ -------240 1.7 11 C.--- -----------A5--62
(30260880852342.1

026-525-342A F---- 170 -- 2 0 -.J D S 155 ----- ----------200 1.C 9 C -- ------------A 5-9-62
(30261050852533.1

026-525-342B P ---- 34 --- 2 - T 155 -20.79 11-30-61 ---- ---- --(30261010852533.2

026-530-442 P ---- 18 15 1 S E E D 138 -5.59 1-26-63 16 1.1 6 C 68 -- --- -- A 1-26-63
(30261080853011.1








Table a cont inA4d

Csan Water level


Well p







(3029I3M 2510.1 I

02S-525-24311 P --... 12 P 14 5 E 0 V 182 1.26 1-26-63 169 11 37 C ---- -- A 1-26-63
(30233=M52310.2
028-525-414 p ...- 3s0 -- 6 0 T IP IF ISO ------- -------- 195 1.3 81 C ---- -- 5-S-62
(302823MM82520.1
029-524-133 p 1961 211 I 4 0 S F 160 -23.30 12- "-1 ---- ---- -26
(302 6 0 024 .1 1
033-523-431 P 1 300 7 1 2 I S1 D 2 -104 --3 29 42 C 7 -If I- A
(30331652323.1 1


I CALMUM COUWT
02-523-244 I ---- 16 9 13 17 D 9 77 -3.23 1-28-63 25 4 3 C --- -- A 1-26-63
(302435M652307.1

026-522-313 1 ---- '610 13 1 ------- -- ---- ------ -- -,
(302622865225.1



093-521-113 9 ---- 260 IL20 4 0 It D 11 -------------- 4M 13 I --14-W
(2"39521 6352158.1

006-511-M32 X 1961 578 U4S 12 0 R T P 7 ".G -20.0 7-10-63L 760 88 269 C 55 --- -710, L, A S-2-62
(300600M51146.1

008-521-444 r 1961 361 237 3 0 8 D, F 52 -18 5-1961 361 4 1-C -- -- A 5-115-03
(302623652103. 1
026-22-3.3 I----610 --





able 8 Cone inued

C. s 1 Vater level


Well 00 -fwa
umbnr Ram rks
a ~ @ k a 3dI : Z 06l
0 0 to 0 ona L -I @





035-522-112 P 1963 168 126 2 0 R D 195 ------ -------- .... .. -- .. ..
(3033571IM2249. 1
035-523-124 P --- 45 -- 30 0 0 J D V 220 -39.90 12- 8-61 154 17 3 C -- --- A 5-8-62
(3035510652334.1
035-523-1243 P 57 --- 2 -, W1-1 212 -27.34 12- 8-61 --- ---- --
(3035S1I852336.1

035-523-212 p 194d -----. -- 3 9 T V 190 -37.41 22- 8-61 .-- .- .. .-.--.
(303559X0852319.1
035-523-21 !9-------- 12 82 V19 1-71 2-86
036-523-414A P 1955 168 127 4 0 R T 19 217 12- 8-61 ---- ---- - --- -(303620l852316.1
36-23-414 P1959 265 220 4 01 S D 7 260 -135 5-26-59 230 2 C -- A S-0-62
(303622MOSS2320. 113

WAS9123=010t COUO77
194.9 '3-29-61
024-356-121 P ---- ------ --- 2 1 1F 10 13.7 1-15-62 ---- 70' --(302453155637. I
024-556-123 P -- ------ --- 2 F 10 1I.6 1-15-62 ---- 70
(3024491u0855639.1I

026-532-311A U 1962 56 51 2 0 N 11 T F 39.2 -17.50' 9-21-62 154 3. 6 C - -. -6290, L, A 9-20-62
(302629622 3253.1
026-532-3118 U 1962 23 IS 2 T A 11 T V 39.3 -17.73 9-21-62 83 2. 3' C L, A 9-21-62
(k26290833253.2










?&bi 8 Coatinued

ea to Wate level



number I. Rewis

i go i a a -l .ue .lH 83 a i a o



026-542-211 P 1963 145 P 105 2 0 1 J 0 1 B7 -45.24 9-16-63 175 3.5 76 C -- L A 9-16-63
(3026563654223.1

027-533-422 u1962 110 ) 97 2 0 A N 1 1 128.2 -19.86 10- 2-62 130 2 S C 72 -. A 9-24-62
(3027253852202.1

027-533-4223 0 1962 52 ) 49 2 T R N T V 128.4 -15.51 10- 2-62 124 2.c 5e c 72.- -- ---- -- L, A 9-24-62
(302725M53302.2

028-532-223 0 1962 118 1 102 2 0 J 1 N 1 119.8 -83.36 10- 2-62 188 6 9 c --- --- ---- --:-7357, L, A 9-27-62
(302850NSe3212.1

028-539-311 P 1955 168 -- 3 0 1 0 134 -95 1955 --- --- -- -- -(3028243853957.1
028-543-321 P 1953 5024 187 8j 0 R 0 125.9 ------ -------- --- -- -- --- W-2926, L., oil test,
(3028263854344.1 destroyed

028-551-344 P 1953 273 8 0 R N 77.4 ------------- ----------- --- W-2884, .,, o,1l test,
(302803=855135.1 destroyed
029-532-431A U 1962 106 1 81 2 0 J X T F 117.2 -78.01 10- 2-62 129 2 6 C -- --- W-7355, L. A 9-25-62
(302910M853228.1
029-532-4318 U 1962 62 1 33 2 T J X T V 117.0 Dry 9-26-62 ----- --- ------- --------.
(30291010853228.2

029-536-142 P 1940 120 24 3 0 N 1 55 -4 1 6-1940 --- --- -- --- -547, L
(3029433853634.1

029-550-342 P 1921 485 --- 6 0 0 F 100 -------- -------- ------- W&-449, L
(02914MOS5031.1

029-550-411 5 1963 190 102 4 0 R T D r 103 -84.94 6-24-63 -- -- -- -- ---- W-7353 9 W-7371, L
(3029260855030.1

030-531-241A 1 1962 116 94 1 2 0, J N T F 140.3 -98.56 9-19-62 191 2 95 c -- --W-7354, L, A 9-18-62
(30303SM853115.1





Table 8 Continued

Casn Water level


Well *
'a -0 L a a
14 .0 0 ~ ak
a A
soa f A a
t a m U e as k -a zei..?
0 au *A..
.0 96 '0 0 1



030-531-2413 U 1962 76 57 2 0 J It T W 140.2 -55.85 9-19-62 37 1.5 1 C 73 L, A 9-19-62
(303038 M653115.2 IJ1 -96

030-531-424A U 1962 107 1 202 2 0 J N T 1 74.9 -28.71 10- 2-62 149 2.5 7 C 71--- -------t-7156, L, A 9-20-62
(303M2l2063103.1 1

030-531-4245 U 1962 42 ) 37 2 T J N T V 75.0 -27.44 10- 2-62- -------------- L
(303021M0653103.2

030-535-42 U 1962 150 110 4 0 P N T F 66.1 -10.38 9- 6-62 210 2.5 lo C 74 -- ------Wgi-1664, L, E,
(303025u0353505 1: A 9-5-62
030-535-4223 U 1962 26 M 23 2 T J N 7 V 67.5 -5.61 9- 6-62 61 1.5 21 C 73 --- --- L, A 9-6-62
(30302520653505.2

030-539-342 P --- 20 1 --- 1 S D V 145 -17.20 1-27-53 16 2 2 C 70 .--- .--- A 1-27-63
(30301520853936.1 I

031-535-233 U 1962 123 110 2 T R N T F 76.0 -16.94 10- 2-62 111 4 C --- --- ---- -- W-7358, L, A 9-13-62
(30313120853528.1:

031.535-242 P 1948 4826 541 101% R P 110 ------- ---------- ----------- -1758, L, X. oil test,
(30313920853505.1 destroyed

032-532-432 P ---- 16 1 26 24 0 D It V 80 -10.11 12-13-61 ---.-0-. --- --- --(30320920853222.1

032-547-242 P 1953 4720 275 81 0 i N 140.7 ---------- ---- ---- -- -- ..-- ..- 2913, L
(303242$0854703.1

'034-530-424 P 1962 308 1 220 4 0 R J D F 255 -179.78 5-31-62 --- -.
(303417120853602.1
034-544-233 P 1940 180 55 3 0- N 187 -35 P 6-1940 ---- ------- ---- -- W-548, L
(30343710854430.1










Table A Continued

C4ta Water level



number a a





035-534-311 p .-- 12.5 12.5 15 0 D N W 20S -9.94 11-24-61 ---- ---- -(303527M353454.1

035-535-322 5 1944 275 220 3 0 D 1 270 ------- -------- 290 2.4 144 C --- .--- --- --8-77, L, A --62
(30352710653534.1

036-534-132 p 921 30 24 0 D 1 0 V 120 -13.53 11-24-61 45 7.2 C 69 --- ---- -- A, 1-27-63
(3036431V853452. 1

036-551-133 P 1947 6020 337 10f 0 I I 67 ------- --------------- ---- ---- ----- --- -- W-1637, L, oil test,
(303637=0655157.1 plugged
-19 1911
037-535-313 P 1911 233 --- 6 0 J D Y loo -53.93 1-15-62 230 2 11 C --- -- -- -- A 5-0-62
(303720SM53554.1
037-542-143 M 1906 190 135 6 0 T P F 6 -12.5 F 1906 .-- .--- .. .- -.
(303732m854243.1

037-542-431A 1 1944 206 1 202 3 0 C N F 46.3 -18.70 3-29-61 --- ---- -- ..- -.
(303714)854226.1

037-542-4313 P --- ------- 0 0 N V 46.1------------- --- ----------(303714NO654226.2

038-537-221 P --- 630 115 -- 0 R J D 2 ------- ------ ---- 835 -A--- ----- A4-16-62
(30385850853709.1

038-541'332 P 1956 175 --- 4 0 R T 42 ------- ------ --- -(303612M 54149.1

060-550-143 1 1962 193 117 12 0 V T I F 82 -51.47 2-13-62 24J4 3 12 C" 256 --- -- Wgi-1381 5 W-7388, L.
(30603710855039.1 A date unknown

041-538-412 P 1955 4170 274 81 0 R 3 37 ------- --------- -- ---- ---- -- -3650, L, E, oil test,
(30413010853816.1 destroyed

041-545-214 P 1932 180 180 2 ---. F 120 -70 1932 34. 3 C --- ----------g-584, A 12-9-53
(30415010854519.1




Table 8 Continued

Casino Water level.

Ic r.
Well a v 5U4 .number .e -E
e a a Vs Remarks
0 a Nru 0
a -a7 -X U-7
u .U


042-531-/43 P 1950 173 1.30 0 R J D F 142.6 -90.9 7-20-50 ---- -- --- --2224, T

-174 5-15-57
042-545-334 8 1957 225 196 4 0 R J D F 120 -69.34 2-13-62--------------------5 ------1425L
(304204N0854551. 1

043-531-134A I 1921 4912 0 R 195 ----------------- ---- -- - --- -1. L, oil test,
(304334N10853151.1 uge
plugged
043-531-134D 8 1963 540 298 4 0 R T P F 210 -160 F 11-29-63 ---- ---- ....---- ---- ---.--- -7372, L
(30433390853147.1

043-538-112 P ---- 205 156 10 0 R T R F 92 -43.64 1-17-62 --.. --. ---- -- -.- .. ..
(304359110853846.1

046-531-213 P 1956 88. 85 6 0 R It T F 98.0 -35.8 3-28-61 ---- ---- .... .(304649MO853129.2










Table 9- Measurements of water levels in the Econfina Creek Basin area.
A. Periodic measurements


well Water vaerate
ate Date Iater Date Water Date Wter
number level level evel

BAY COUNTY

956-525-221 4-14-61 10.32 1- 8-62 10.95 9-17-62 10.37 8-28-63 10.67
295657H0852502.1 7-11-61 11.55 2-26-62 11.19 11- 5-62 10.98 10-21-63 10.92
8-30-61 11.00 4-16-62 10.69 1- 7-63 10.60
10-16-61 11.30 6- 7-62 11.50 3- 4-63 10.53
11-27-61 11.75 7-30-62 11.23 4-22-63 11.22

003-534-113 11- 6-61 93.45 1- 7-63 69.20 3- 4-63 109.12 4-22-63 79.94
300346N0853454.1

004-535-434 9-25-46 27.5 1-17-49 47.8 3-16-62 119.7 8-27-63 115.7
3004040853517.1 10-22-46 27.3 3- 7-49 65.7 6- 6-62 128.7 10-21-63 121.7
11-20-46 34.7 10-24-49 76.6 7-31-62 80.7
4-18-47 31.9 1-30-50 60.8 9-18-62 108.7
9- 5-47 22.2 6-19-50 93.6 11- 5-62 84.7
4-16-48 49.0 3-17-50 74.1 1- 7-63 84.7
5-17-48 62.8 6- 7-50 92.6 3-22-63 94.7
10-21-48 77.6 2-26-62 124.9 6-18-63 102.9

006-525-224 7-10-61 +4.0 2-27-62 +3.3 11- 6-62 +5.9 8-30-63 +6.3
3006498085-1504.1 9-27-61 +5.3 4-17-62 +5.40 1- 8-63 +5.5 10-22-63 +6.1
10-18-61 +3.7 6- 6-62 +4.30 3- 5-63 +6.3
11-28-61 +3.0 7-31-62 +6.30 4-23-63 +4.5
1- 9-62 +2.9 9-18-62 +8.5 6-18-63 +2.3

006-540-412 2-14-62 30.91 8- 2-62 38.40 1-17-63 32.93 6-17-63 41.80
30063080854017.1 3-14-62 30.71 10- 9-62 43.16 2-19-63 32.38 7-26-63 39.87
4-30-62 34.80 11-28-62 37.45 5-20-63 41.66 9-30-63 40.23

007-543-113 6- 1-62 26.13 10-19-62 25.28 4-12-63 23.80 9-30-63 26.39
30074880854353.1 6-28-62 26.59 11-28-62 25.52 5-16-63 26.13 12-11-63 25.03
8- 2-62 26.85 1-16-63 23.82 6-25-63 26.48
9- 7-62 25.83 2-19-63 22.73 7-26-63 26.88
10- 3-62 25.39 3-23-63 23.54 8-26-63 27.20

009-538-222 4-20-55 99.0 6-28-62 123.26 1-17-63 101.96 8-28-63 132.01
30095680853803.1 12- 7-61 107.23 8- 2-62 127.25 2-19-63 99.65 12-11-63 113.94
2- 9-62 105.00 9- 1-62 122.78 4-15-63 122.65 3-14-62 112.26 10- 1-62 117.51 5-20-63 117.35 4-29-62 107.96 11-27-62 101.85 7-26-63 127.92

010-541-344 8-20-36 36.6 8-19-50 51.49 5-25-54 58.32 8- 7-58 64.76
301006N0854136.1 8-21-46 44.50 10-28-50 50.78 7-29-54 60.57 9-25-58 66.42
9-25-46 44.02 11-25-50 50.57 9- 9-54 63.08 11- 6-58 67.30
10-24-46 43.67 12-23-50 50.48 10-20-54 60.14 12-19-58 67.19
11-19-46 44.80 1-27-51 49.24 12- 1-54 59.30 2- 4-59 65.05
4-30-47 42.33 2-24-51 49.63 1-13-55 56.66 3-18-59 64.70
5-31-47 43.43 3-31-51 49.97 2-23-55 59.18 5- 6-59 66.58
6-30-47 44.62 4-28-51 50.69 4- 8-55 63.37 6-17-59 68.42
7-31-47 45.69 5-26-51 52.97 5-17-55 66.41 8-19-59 70.14
8-31-47 45.78 6-23-51 53.55 6-30-55 68.25 9-23-59 69.08
9-30-47 44.70 7-21-51 56.02 8-19-55 66.41 11- 4-59 67.75
10-29-47 44.61 9-22-51 56.07 9-29-55 66.94 12-16-59 66.95
1-31-48 43.88 12-29-51 53.89 11- 9-55 65.25 1-27-60 64.32
2-21-48 43.86 1-12-52 53.13 12-21-55 62.70 3-23-60 63.39
3-28-48 41.76 2-16-52 53.37 1-31-56 62.84 5- 9-60 66.69
4-25-48 44.50 3-29-52 54.35 3-14-56 60.35 6 30-60 72.00
5-30-48 47.72 4-18-52 h55.56 4-25-56 59.76 8-11-60 71.34
6-27-48 47.80 6- 2-52 h58.33 6-14-56 64.69 9-22-60 68.25
3-26-49 44.43 7-14-52 e60.76 7-25-56 63.84 11- 9-60 67.16
4-30-49 44.52 8-26-52 e60.19 9- 6-56 63.88 12-14-60 67.38
5-28-49 46.05 10- 9-52 e58.90 10- 9-56 61.20 1-12-61 74.70
6-25-49 47.87 11-17-52 e55.53 11-29-56 60.85 3- 9-61 63.54
7-30-49 47.99 1-30-53 55.64 1-17-57 59.50 4-18-61 64.66
8-20-49 46.77 2-10-53 55.27 2-25-57 59.59 6- 7-61 72.79
9-17-49 48.13 3-23-53 55.04 4- 9-57 58.72 7-11-61 70.74
10-29-49 47.86 5-13-53 56.57 5-29-57 65.11 8-30-61 71.12
11-26-49 47.89 6-15-53 56.97 7- 3-57 65.26 10-17-61 69.29
12-31-49 47.08 7-28-53 59.58 8-14-57 64.47 11-28-61 70.22
1-28-50 47.28 9- 9-53 57.80 10-10-57 62.80 1- 9-62 67.60
2-25-50 47.10 10-19-53 56.86 11-22-57 60.83 2-27-62 67.95
3-25-50 47.27 12- 1-53 56.56 1- 9-58 59.48 4-17-62 69.10
4-29-50 47.29 1-12-54 53.56 2-14-58 58.25 6- 6-62 77.58

e Estimated.
h Tape measurement.








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Table 9A.--Continued

Well Water Water Water Water
number level level Date level D level

010-541-344 5-27-50 48.45 2-23-54 52.68 3-26-58 57.91 7-31-62 73.03
301006N0854136.1 6-24-50 50.75 3-14-54 52.53 5-14-58 61.36 9-18-62 73.09
(Continued) 7- 1-50 52.30 4- 5-54 53.22 6-26-58 63.96 11- 6-62 71.60
1- 7-63 68.02 3-22-63 74.00 8-27-63 75.24
3- 5-63 67.25 6-18-63 78.36 10-23-63 74.58

010-545-412 6- -61 14.0 6-28-62 60.0 11-28-62 44.0 7-26-63 51.0
301025N0854519.1 12- 7-61 31.0 8- 2-62 49.0 1-17-63 43.0 8-26-63 51.0
2-14-62 41.0 8-27-62 50.75 2-19-63 38.0 9-30-63 46.0
3-15-62 40.0 9- 7-62 60.0 4-12-63 44.0 12-11-63 37.0
4-27-62 42.0 10- 3-62 46.0 5-16-63 51.0
6- 1-62 56.0 10-19-62 54.0 6-25-63 54.0

010-545-414 2-14-62 46.0 8- 2-62 56.0 1-17-63 56.0 7-26-63 64.0
301019N0854519.1 3-15-62 43.0 9- 7-62 70.0 2-19-63 54.0 8-26-63 56.0
4-27-62 52.0 10- 3-62 74.0 4-12-63 65.0 9-30-63 61.0
6- 1-62 77.0 10-19-62 72.0 5-16-63 72.0 12-11-63 45.0
6-28-62 71.0 11-28-62 60.0 6-25-63 59.0

011-542-411 2-15-62 92.93 8- 2-62 108.86 2-19-63 95.38 8-28-63 109.24
301123N0854230.1 3-15-62 90.76 9- 7-62 107.96 3-23-63 102.90 9-30-63 101.21
4-30-62 89.22 10- 3-62 103.10 4-15-63 102.19 12-11-63 95.24
5-31-62 112.69 11-28-62 96.07 5-20-63 112.16 6-28-62 107.87 1-16-63 97.36 7-26-63 105.03

012-552-122A 3-14-61 8.67 1- 9-62 9.67 9-18-62 8.99 6-17-63 9.32
301256N0855236.1 7-11-61 8.78 2-27-62 9.28 11- 6-62 9.46 8-27-63 9.08
9-28-61 8.72 4-17-62 9.21 1- 8-63 9.55 10-23-63 9.04
10-17-61 9.05 6- 6-62 8.97 3- 4-63 9.13
11-28-61 0.25 7-31-62 9.14 4-22-63 9.12

013-553-213 1- 4-62 34.0 6-28-62 38.84 10-28-62 37.0 6-24-63 40.0
301350N0855322.1 2-13-62 35.72 8- 3-62 40.22 1-16-63 36.0 7-25-63 42.0
3-19-62 31.20 9- 6-62 50.0 2-19-63 34.0
4-27-62 33.15 10- 3-62 37.0 4-12-63 35.0
6- 1-62 35.02 10-23-62 37.0 5-16-63 36.0

014-536-312 2- 4-59 6.58 5- 9-60 8.22 7-11-61 8.48 11- 6-62 9.28
301427N0853651.1 3-18-59 6.67 6-30-60 9.97 8-30-61 7.72 1- 8-63 7.88
5- 6-59 7.91 8-11-60 8.33 10-17-61 8.96 3- 5-63 7.57
6-17-59 7.04 9-22-60 7.55 11-28-61 9.87 4-23-63 9.71
8-19-59 6.78 10- 9-60 8.66 1- 9-62 9.44 6-18-63 10.37
9-23-59 6.93 12-14-60 8-89 2-27-62 9.38 8-27-63 8.41
10- 4-59 6.98 1-12-61 8.50 4-17-62 8.25 10-23-63 8.66
12-16-59 8.06 3- 9-61 8.32 6- 6-62 10.67
1-27-60 7.61 4-17-61 7.31 7-31-62 8.53
3-23-60 7.79 6- 7-61 9.79 9-18-62 7.56

015-532-141A 4-12-61 +4.20 6- 8-62 +3.09 11-25-62 +3.51 6-24-63 +3.60
301529N0853239.1 12- 6-61 +3.44 6-27-62 +3.23 1-14-63 +4.09 7-23-63 +5.21
1- 2-62 +3.60 7-31-62 +3.68 2-13-63 4.20 8-22-63 +5.23
2-12-62 +4.26 9- 1-62 +2.93 3-16-63 +4.34 9-25-63 +4.84
3-14-62 4.13 9-28-62 +3.44 4-11-63 +3.95
4-28-62 +4.00 10-23-62 +3.01 5-14-63 +2.95

015-532-141B 12- 6-61 8.84 6-27-62 8.30 1-14-63 7.59 7-23-63 5..3
301529N1853239.2 1- 2-62 7.54 7-31-62 8.02 2-13-63 7.66 8-22-63 7.69
2-12-62 8.00 9- 1-62 8.33 3-16-63 7.62 9-25-63 7.50
3-14-62 8.05 9-28-62 10.08 4-11-63 7.96
4-28-62 7.90 10-23-62 8.30 5-14-63 8.32
6- 8-62 8.29 11-29-62 8.03 6-24-63 7.49

015-535-232 11- 8-61 5.56 6-29-62 1.49 1-14-63 1.30 5-14-63 1.63
301538,0853520.1 12- 5-61 2.01 7-31-62 1.39 2-13-63 1.39 6- 7-63 1.70
1- 2-62 1.63 9- 1-62 1.68 3-16-63 1.50 7-23-63 1.20
2-12-62 1.65 9-28-62 1.51 4-11-63 1.52 8-27-63 1.28
3-19-62 1.65 11-29-62 1.54 5- 2-63 1.51 9-25-63 1.51

016-535-342B 11-17-61 5.53 1- 2-62 2.93 3-19-62 2.42 4-11-63 2.15
311&12N0853536.1 12- 5-61 3.90 2-12-62 2.53 6-27-62 2.67 5- 2-63 2.47

016-535-411 4-11-63 4.64 5- 2-63 5.35
301630h'0853529.1









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Table 9A.--Continued

Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water
number level level level level

016-538-123 2- 4-59 +2.24 3-23-60 +1.40 4-17-61 +1.80 6- 6-62 +1.80
3019N0aS3845.1 3-18-59 +2.01 5- 9-60 +1.30 6- 7-61 +1.20 7-31-62 +2.60
5- 6-59 +1.51 6-30-60 +1.00 7-11-61 +2.20 11- 6-62 +1.85
6-17-59 +1.80 8-11-60 +1.60 8-30-61 +2.10 1- 8-63 +2.50
8-19-59 +1.95 9-22-60 +1.40 10-17-61 +1.20 3- 5-63 +2.78
9-23-59 +1.90 11- 9-60 +1.40 11-28-61 +1.10 4-23-63 +2.10
11- 4-59 +1.80 12-14-60 +1.30 1- 9-62 +1.13 6-18-63 +1.30
12-16-59 +1.25 1-12-61 +1.40 2-27-62 +2.20 8-27-63 +2.60
1-27-60 +1.90 3- 9-61 +1.50 4-17-62 +2.40 10-23-63 +2.20

016-541-314 It- 7-61 2.79 5-31-62 2.97 10-23-62 2.17 7-23-63 2.01
301617N0854152.1 12- 5-61 2.86 6-27-62 3.26 2-13-63 2.26 8-22-63 1.65
2-12-62 2.21 7-31-62 1.95 4-10-63 5.37 9-25-63 1.72
3-19-62 2.07 9- 7-62 2.25 5-14-63 3.86
5- 1-62 2.02 9-28-62 1.71 6- 7-63 4.12

016-541-321 11- 7-61 4.15 5- 1-62 3.41 10-23-62 3.61 6- 7-63 5.51
30161740854130.t 12- 5-61 4.05 7-31-62 3.33 2-13-63 3.55 7-23-63 3.37
2-12-62 3.63 9- 7-62 3.70 4-10-63 6.82 8-22-63 3.07
3-19-62 3.48 9-28-62 3.10 5-14-63 5.20 9-25-63 3.09

016-559-411 2-13-62 9.52 8- 1-62 10.48 1-16-63 9.67 6-24-63 10.74
30162680855925.1 3-15-62 9.28 9- 1-62 10.74 2-19-63 9.51 7-25-63 10.40
4-27-62 10.16 10- 3-62 10.31 3-23-63 10.25 8-26-63 10.47
6- 1-62 10.81 10-23-62 9.91 4-12-63 9.90 9-30-63 10.02
6-26-62 11.26 11-28-62 9.90 5-16-63 11.38 12-11-63 9.80

017-534-131 11-21-61 +20.0 6- 8-62 +21.0 11-29-62 421.9 6- 7-63 +19.5
30173980853459.1 12- 5-61 +20.6 6-27-62 +21.0 1-14-63 +21.8 7-23-63 +20.2
1- 2-62 +20.7 7-31-62 421.4 2-13-63 +21.6 8-22-63 +20.8
2-12-62 +21.2 9- 1-62 +20.8 3-16-63 +21.6 9-25-63 +20.8
3-19-62 +20.8 9-28-62 421.6 4-11-63 420.8
4-30-62 +21.2 10-23-62 421.7 5-14-63 420.2

017-535-131 It- 6-61 +8.3 12- 5-61 +8.7 1- 2-62 +9.7
30174210853545.1

017-535-331 12- 5-61 4.85 2-12-62 4.18 6-27-62 4.65 5- 2-63 4.47
30t7 0MO85 3557. 1 1- 2-62 4.44 3-19-62 4.18 4-10-63 3.91

017-535-3333 12- 5-61 6.68 4-10-63 5.80 5- 2-63 6.35
301705NO853558.2

017-551-233A 4-18-61 +1.40 11-28-61 +0.05 7-31-62 +.10 4-23-63 +1.02
30173210855129.1 6- 8-61 +0.72 1- 9-62 40.51 9-18-62 +.74 6-18-63 40.33
7-11-61 +0.71 2-27-62 +.43 11-16-62 +0.75 8-27-63 +1.02
8-31-61 +1.60 4-17-62 +.02 1- 7-63 +1.01 10-23-63 +1.00
10-17-61 +0.80 6- 6-62 +.50 3- 5-63 +1.44

018-554-212 4-13-61 +15.9 6- 8-62 +15.2 11-29-62 +15.6 6- 6-63 +14.8
101854.0853417.1 12-16-61 +14.4 6-27-62 +15.0 1-14-63 +15.4 7-29-63 +15.1
1- 2-62 +14.8 7-31-62 +15.8 2-13-63 +15.8 8-22-63 +15.6
2-12-62 +15.7 9- 1-62 +15.5 3-16-63 +15.8 9-25-63 +15.4
3-14-62 +15.7 9-28-62 +15.6 4-11-63 +L5.0
4-30-62 +15.4 10-23-62 +15.8 5-14-63 +14.8

019-527-4145 1- 5-62 +12.5 10- 1-62 +12.8 3-16-63 +13.2 8-26-63 +12.3
30191)0852718.1 4-30-62 +12.3 10-23-62 +13.0 4-11-63 +12.4 9-25-63 +12.7
6-27-62 +12.7 11-29-62 +13.0 5-14-63 +12.2
8- 1-62 +13.0 1-14-63 +12.8 6-24-63 +11.8
9- 1-62 +12.6 2-14-63 +13.2 7-23-63 +11.9

019-532-133A 3-14-62 +8.15 7-31-62 +8.15 11-29-62 +8.65 6- 6-63 +6.45
301936;0851257.1 4-30-62 +7.75 9- 1-62 +8.05 3-16-63 +8.45 7-29-63 +7.05
6- 8-62 +7.65 9-28-62 +8.45 4-11-63 +7.65 8-22-63 +6.65
6-27-62 +8.25 10-23-62 +8.25 5-14-63 +6.75 9-25-63 +7.05

019-532-1338 3-14-62 +8.05 7-31-62 +7.85 11-29-62 +8.35 6- 6-63 +6.45
30193680853257.2 4-30-62 +7.95 9- 1-62 +7.75 3-16-63 +8.45 7-29-63 +7.05
6- 8-62 +7.85 9-28-62 +7.85 4-11-63 +7.45 8-25-63 +7.25
6-27-62 +7.85 10-23-62 +8.05 5-14-63 +6.65

019-545-143 3-14-61 2.2 9-28-61 2.64 11-28-61 3.68 2-27-62 3.27
30193680854540.1 7-10-61 3.02 10-17-61 3.15 1- 9-62 3.66 4-17-62 3.28










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Table 9A.--Continued

Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water
number leval level level level

023-526-223A 3- 2-61 +3.00 4-17-62 +2.86 11- 7-62 +2.60 6-21-63 +1.6
302351N0852611.1 11-28-61 +2.9 6- 6-62 +1.81 1- 8-63 +3.00 8-28-63 +1.5
1- 9-62 +2.93 7-31-62 +1.18 3- 6-63 +1.73 10-22-63 +2.15
2-27-62 +2.94 9-19-62 +1.30 4-23-63 +3.07

023-532-124 2-12-62 11.90 9- 1-62 7.48 3-16-63 5.96 8-22-63 4.66
30235ON0853235.1 3-14-62 9.50 9-28-62 6.34 4-11-63 6.73 9-25-63 6.27
6- 8-62 8.16 11-29-62 7.26 5-14-63 7.24
6-27-62 8.85 1-15-63 6.30 6- 6-63 7.82
7-31-62 10.20 2-15-63 6.21 7-29-63 4.49

023-533-433 2-12-62 +9.4 7-31-62 +9.9 2-15-63 +8.68 7-29-63 +10.2
302302N0853325.1 3-14-62 +9.4 9-28-62 +9.7 3-16-63 +8.78 8-23-63 +9.4
4-30-62 +9.3 10-23-62 +10.1 4-11-63 +7.48 9-25-63 +9.4
6- 8-62 +9.9 11-29-62 +9.5 5-16-63 +9.2 12-26-63 +10.6
6-27-62 +9.5 1-18-63 +8.88 6- 6-63 +8.9

025-525-213A 3- 2-61 12.6 2-27-62 13.46 11- 7-62 13.77 8-28-63 10.96
302549N0852529.1 9-28-61 11.04 4-17-62 13.08 1- 8-63 13.60 10-22-63 10.34
10-17-61 11.48 6- 6-62 13.76 3- 6-63 12.93
11-28-61 12.45 7-31-62 14.66 4-23-63 13.34
1- 9-62 13.25 9-19-62 14.75 6-21-63 13.14

025-533-114A 6-27-62 59.35 1-23-63 59.32 6- 6-63 60.34 11-22-63 58.68
302545N0853349.1 7-31-62 59.51 2-15-63 59.49 7-29-63 58.80 12-26-63 58.56
10- 2-62 59.18 3-16-63 59.39 8-23-63 58.14
11-29-62 59.71 4-12-63 59.70 9-23-63 58.43
1-18-63 59.79 5-16-63 60.06 11- 5-63 58.38

025-533-1148 6-27-62 20.87 1-23-63 20.61 5-16-63 19.09 9-23-63 17.83
302545N0853349.2 10- 2-62 20.41 2-15-63 14.63 6- 6-63 20.43 11- 5-63 18.08
11-29-62 20.63 3-16-63 18.93 7-29-63 20.76 11-22-63 18.55
1-18-63 21.04 4-12-63 18.86 8-23-63 17.81 12-26-63 18.99

026- 25-3428 2-12-62 22.63 9- 1-62 23.90 3-23-63 21.69 8-26-63 18.04
30761ON0852533.2 3-14-62 22.78 10- 1-62 23.40 4-11-63 21.86 9-25-63 18.50
5- 1-62 21.41 11-29-62 22.48 5-14-63 21.92
6-27-62 22.68 1-14-63 22.51 6-24-63 21.43
8- 1-62 23.49 2-14-63 21.88 7-23-63 19.81








































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Table 9A.--Continued

Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water
number level level level level

031-535-233 10- 2-62 16.94 1-25-63 18.78 5-16-63 19.04 9-23-63 16.21
303131N0853528.1 11- 7-62 17.82 2-15-63 18.47 6- 6-63 19.25 10- 1-63 15.83
11-30-62 18.29 3-16-63 18.42 7-29-63 18.63
1-11-63 19.22 4-12-63 18.47 8-23-63 16.83

037-535-313 2-12-62 54.47 8- 1-62 63.54 1-16-63 56.27 7-29-63 53.91
30372092853554.1 3-14-62 53.95 9- 6-62 56.48 2-15-63 55.26 8-23-63 53.94
5- r-62 53.59 10- 2-62 56.63 3-16-63 54.90 9-23-63 55.16
5-31-62 54.61 10-23-62 56.49 4-12-63 55.36
6-26-62 55.08 11-27-62 56.59 5-16-63 55.90

037-542-431A 3-29-61 18.7 1-11-62 16.45 9-19-62 21.28 6-19-63 20.20
303714N0854226.1 7-12-61 18.71 3- 2-62 17.66 11- 9-62 20.55 8-26-63 18.38
9-29-61 19.01 4-19-62 17.69 1-11-63 20.45 10-25-63 19.82
10-20-61 19.70 6- 4-62 19.65 3- 8-63 18.65
11-30-61 20.07 8- 2-62 20.01 4-24-63 20.13

040-550-143 2-13-62 51.47 8- 1-62 54.83 1-16-63 54.53 7-23-63 54.57
304037N0855039.1 3-19-62 50.76 9- 6-62 55.71 2-14-63 52.73 8-26-63 53.60
5- 1-62 50.97 10- 2-62 55.68 4-11-63 53.27 9-26-63 55.08
6- 1-62 53.21 10-25-62 56.11 5-14-63 55.14
6-26-62 54.21 11-27-62 55.90 6-24-63 54.88

042-545-334 2-13-62 69.34 8- 1-62 72.61 1-16-63 73.92 6-24-63 73.09
304204N0854551.1 3-1962 68.02 9- 6-62 73.98 2-14-63 71.80 7-23-63 71.95
5- 1-62 68.89 10- 2-62 74.35 3-23-63 71.46 8-23-63 69.89
6- 1-62 70.67 10-25-62 74.44 4-11-63 71.56 9-26-63 71.51
6-26-62 72.14 11-27-62 75.00 5-14-63 72.18

043-538-112 6-26-62 44.74 11-27-62 46.97 3-23-63 43.74 6-24-63 45.25
304359N0853846.1 8- 1-62 45.45 1-16-63 45.82 4-11-63 44.41 7-25-63 43.67
9- 6-62 46.47 2-14-63 44.09. 5-14-63 45.43



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035-523-212 2-12-62 36.80 9- 1-62 36.68 3-23-63 36.09 8-26-63 36.06
303560N0852320.1 3-14-62 36.47 10- 1-62 36.47 4-11-63 36.14 9-25-63 36.63
5- 1-62 36.00 11-29-62 36.56 5-14-63 36.54
6-27-62 36.50 1-14-63 36.34 6-24-63 36.72
8- 1-62 36.60 2-14-63 36.14 7-23-63 36.46

036-523-414A 2-12-62 82.15 9- 1-62 81.10 2-14-63 81.99 7-23-63 80.72
303620N0852316.1 3-14-62 81.90 10- 1-62 82.30 3-23-63 81.43 8-26-63 79.54
5- 1-62 80.83 10-23-62 82.40 4-11-63 80.85 9-25-63 79.55
6-27-62 81.50 11-29-62 82.71 5-14-63 80.99
8- 1-62 81.83 1-14-63 82.81 6-24-63 81.30






























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Table 9. Neasurements of water levels in the Econfina Creek Basin area.
a. Five-day eaxtisume from recorder charts


Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water
number level level level level

BAY OUNTY

004-535-343 10-20-62 34.75 1-31-63 33.45 5-15-63 35.49 8-25-63 35.15
300404N0853540.1 10-25-62 35.10 2- 5-63 33.38 5-20-63 35.57 8-31-63 35.14
10-31-62 34.92 2-10-63 33.27 5-25-63 35.80 9- 5-63 35.20
11- 5-62 34.99 2-15-63 33.30 5-31-63 35.80 9-10-63 35.37
11-10-62 35.15 2-20-63 33.20 6- 5-63 35.65 9-15-63 35.30
11-15-62 35.17 2-25-63 33.48 6-10-63 36.28 9-20-63 35.30
11-20-62 34.77 2-28-63 33.37 6-15-63 36.10 9-25-63 35.53
11-25-62 34.62 3- 5-63 33.09 6-20-63 36.03 10- 5-63 35.44
11-30-62 34.64 3-10-63 33.10 6-25-63 36.20 10-10-63 35.35
12- 5-62 34.08 3-15-63 32.95 6-30-63 36.05 10-15-63 35.43
12-10-62 34.32 3-20-63 32.98 7- 5-63 35.55 10-20-63 35.46
12-15-62 34.13 3-25-63 32.33 7-10-63 35.55 10-25-63 35.39
12-20-62 34.35 4- 5-63 33.54 7-15-63 35.31 10-31-63 35.55
12-25-62 34.25 4-10-63 34.23 7-20-63 35.14 11- 5-63 35.47
12-31-62 33.97 4-15-63 34.65 7-25-63 35.24 11-10-63 35.34
1- 5-63 34.00 4-20-63 34.30 7-31-63 34.98 11-15-63 35.54
1-10-63 33.73 4-25-63 34.88 8- 5-63 35.28 11-20-63 35.13
1-15-63 33.64 4-30-63 34.97 8-10-63 35.33 11-25-63 34.90
1-20-63 33.34 5- 5-63 35.67 8-15-63 35.40 11-30-63 34.75
1-25-63 33.64 5-10-63 35.34 8-20-63 35.42 12-31-63 34.02

006-536-423 2-10-63 41.00 4-20-63 44.18 7-20-63 45.14 9-30-63 43.55
300619H0853614.1 2-15-63 41.54 4-25-63 44.93 7-25-63 45.88 10- 5-63 43.42
2-20-63 40.96 5-20-63 46.09 7-31-63 45.90 10-10-63 43.04
2-25-63 40.90 5-25-63 44.86 8- 5-63 45.84 10-15-63 43.54
2-28-63 41.05 5-31-63 45.02 8-10-63 45.85 10-20-63 42.98
3- 5-63 40.10 6- 5-63 44.42 8-15-63 45.12 10-25-63 42.93
3-10-63 40.52 6-10-63 44.47 8-20-63 45.67 10-31-63 43.38
3-15-63 40.96 6-15-63 43.92 8-25-63 45.42 11- 5-63 42.45
3-20-63 41.18 6-20-63 44.92 8-31-63 44.87 11-10-63 42.19
3-25-63 41.47 6-25-63 45.28 9- 5-63 44.87 11-15-63 42.63
3-31-63 41.05 6-30-63 46.08 9-10-63 44.46 12-31-63 43.95
4- 5-63 42.90 7- 5-63 45.75 9-15-63 44.35
4-10-63 42.82 7-10-63 45.38 9-20-63 44.42
4-15-63 43.55 7-15-63 45.87 9-25-63 44.50

007-535-334A 2-20-63 8.30 4-20-63 8.34 6-20-63 7.89 10-15-63 8.30
300705Z0853537.1 2-25-63 8.41 4-25-63 8.41 6-25-63 7.99 10-20-63 8.12
2-28-63 8.67 4-30-63 7.98 6-30-63 8.14 10-25-63 7.95
3- 5-63 7.98 5- 5-63 8.77 7- 5-63 8.00 10-31-63 8.15
3-10-63 8.37 5-10-63 8.49 7-10-63 7.92 11- 5-63 7.81
3-15-63 8.51 5-15-63 8.35 7-15-63 8.16 11-10-63 7.98
3-20-63 8.45 5-20-63 8.52 7-20-63 7.77 11-15-63 8.65
3-25-63 8.35 5-25-63 8.37 7-25-63 7.87 12-15-63 8.60
3-31-63 8.35 5-31-63 8.50 7-31-63 7.82 12-20-63 8.45
4- 5-63 8.34 6- 5-63 8.39 9-30-63 8.10 12-25-63 8.81
4-10-63 8.33 6-10-63 8.22 10- 5-63 7.91 12-31-63 8.16
4-15-63 8.60 6-15-63 8.46 10-10-63 7.90

008-536-142 6-30-63 144.1 8-15-63 149.1 9-30-63 146.8 11-15-63 147.9
300844N0853633.1 7- 5-63 140.0 8-20-63 149.9 10- 5-63 147.2 11-20-63 147.3
7-10-63 145.9 8-25-63 149.3 10-10-63 147.6 11-25-63 147.0
7-15-63 148.7 8-31-63 148.0 10-15-63 148.0 11-30-63 146.7
7-20-63 150.3 9- 5-63 142.4 10-20-63 148.1 12- 5-63 147.0
7-25-63 150.8 9-10-63 144.7 10-25-63 148.1 12-10-63 146.8
7-31-63 150.4 9-15-63 146.1 10-31-63 148.1 12-15-63 143.3
8- 5-63 150.2 9-20-63 146.0 11- 5-63 147.8 12-20-63 144.1
8-10-63 150.3 9-25-63 147.0 11-10-63 147.2 12-25-63 143.5

012-541-213 2-15-62 h7.96 4-25-62 7.90 8-15-62 8.95 10-25-62 8.52
101250N0854128.1 2-20-62 7.98 4-30-62 8.05 8-20-62 9.24 10-31-62 8.13
2-25-62 7.95 5- 1-62 h8.13 8-25-62 9.05 11- 5-62 8.64
2-28-62 7.86 6-11-62 hIO.27 8-31-62 9.00 11-10-62 8.50
3- 5-62 7.75 6-15-62 10.17 9- 5-62 9.08 11-15-62 8.37
3-10-62 7.61 6-20-62 10.12 9-10-62 9.01 11-20-62 8.07
3-15-62 7.71 6-25-62 10.19 9-15-62 8.62 11-25-62 8.26
3-20-62 7.62 7-11-62 h9.30 9-20-62 8.37 12- 5-62 7.88
3-25-62 7.65 7-15-62 9.21 9-25-62 8.30 12-10-62 e8.2
3-31-62 7.48 7-20-62 9.14 9-30-62 8.35 12-15-62 8.26
4- 5-62 7.68 7-25-62 9.02 10- 5-62 8.21 12-20-62 8.35
4-10-62 7.58 7-31-62 8.70 10-10-62 8.24 12-25-62 8.22
4-15-62 7.69 8- 5-62 8.65 10-15-62 8.14 12-31-62 8.09
4-20-62 7.85 8-10-62 8.70 10-20-62 1 8.22 1 1- 5-63 7.83

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Table 9B.--Continued

Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Water
number level level level level


012-541-213 1-10-63 7.54 4-20-63 8.87 8- 5-63 8.78 11-15-63 8.67
301250N0854128.l 1-15-63 7.63 4-25-63 9.41 8-10-63 8.70 11-20-63 8.23
(Continued) 1-20-63 7.10 4-30-63 9.34 8-15-63 8.65 11-25-63 8.01
1-25-63 7.61 5- 5-63 9.62 8-20-63 8.50 11-30-63 7.85
1-31-63 7.67 5-10-63 9.58 8-25-63 8.48 12- 5-63 7.54
2- 5-63 7.70 5-15-63 9.71 8-31-63 8.55 12-10-63 7.52
2-10-63 7.65 5-20-63 9.97 9- 5-63 8.64 12-15-63 7.35
2-15-63 e7.6 5-25-63 10.32 9-10-63 8.64 12-25-63 e7.2
2-20-63 7.37 5-31-63 10.56 9-15-63 8.77 12-31-63 e7.0
2-25-63 7.39 6- 5-63 10.67 9-20-63 8.65
2-28-63 7.47 6-10-63 10.69 9-25-63 h8.89
3- 5-63 7.05 6-15-63 10.60 9-30-63 8.15
3-10-63 7.38 6-20-63 10.16 10- 5-63 8.16
3-15-63 7.53 6-25-63 9.81 10-10-63 8.06
3-20-63 7.47 6-30-63 9.55 10-15-63 8.22
3-25-63 7.85 7- 5-63 9.35 10-20-63 8.26
3-31-63 8.15 7-15-63 h9.37 10-25-63 8.28
4- 5-63 8.35 7-20-63 9.21 10-31-63 8.55
4-10-63 8.47 7-25-63 9.10 11- 5-63 8.35
4-15-63 8.92 7-31-63 8.89 11-10-63 8.25

012-550-331a 2-16-62 h25.11 7-10-62 28.40 11-28-62 h27.56 6-25-63 28.41
301210N0855059.1 2-20-62 25.20 7-15-62 28.51 1-16-63 h26.62 6-30-63 28.65
2-25-62 25.12 7-20-62 28.64 1-20-63 25.93 7- 5-63 28.91
2-28-62 25.01 7-25-62 29.01 1-25-63 26.33 7-10-63 29.08
3- 5-62 25.34 7-31-62 28.97 1-31-63 26.15 7-15-63 29.32
3-10-62 25.08 8- 5-62 29.10 2- 5-63 26.06 7-20-63 29.59
3-15-62 h25.11 8-10-62 29.30 2-10-63 25.71 7-25-63 29.40
3-20-62 25.08 8-15-62 29.63 2-15-63 25.94 7-31-63 29.60
3-25-62 24.92 8-20-62 30.00 2-20-63 25.68 8- 5-63 29.90
3-31-62 24.68 8-25-62 29.69 2-25-63 25.65 8-10-63 30.00
4- 5-62 25.10 8-31-62 30.00 2-28-63 25.73 8-15-63 30.00
4-10-62 25.08 9- 5-62 30.00 3- 5-63 25.41 8-20-63 30.19
4-15-62 25.20 9-10-62 29.86 3-10-63 25.77 8-25-63 30.23
4-20-62 25.32 9-15-62 29.43 3-15-63 25.69 8-31-63 30.40
4-30-62 25.43 9-20-62 29.18 3-20-63 25.61 9- 5-63 30.64
5- 5-62 25.71 9-25-62 29.10 3-25-63 h25.89 9-10-63 30.43
5-10-62 25.89 9-30-62 29.01 3-31-63 25.90 9-15-63 30.55
5-15-62 26.08 10- 5-62 28.93 4- 5-63 h26.22 9-20-63 30.32
5-20-62 26.22 10-10-62 28.83 4-10-63 25.99 9-25-63 30.31
5-25-62 26.40 10-15-62 28.72 4-15-63 26.35 9-30-63 29.60
5-31-62 26.77 10-20-62 28.69 4-20-63 26.23 10- 5-63 29.59
6- 5-62 27.38 10-25-62 28.73 4-25-63 26.45 10-10-63 29.42
6-10-62 27.70 10-31-62 28.14 4-30-63 26.39 10-15-63 29.40
6-15-62 27.56 11- 5-62 28.20 5- 5-63 26.69 10-20-63 29.30
6-20-62 27.88 11-10-62 27.91 5-10-63 26.88 10-25-63 29.15
6-25-62 28.19 11-15-62 27.78 5-16-63 h26.94 10-31-63 28.92
6-30-62 28.33 11-20-62 27.50 5-20-63 26.80 12-11-63 h27.33
7- 5-62 28.33 11-25-62 27.70 6-24-63 h28.41 12-31-63 26.67
015-535-113 2- 8-62 hto.95 6-15-62 +0.94 10-15-62 +1.45 3- 5-63 +1.94
301550N0853558.1 2-10-62 +1.12 6-20-62 + .84 10-20-62 +1.39 3-10-63 +1.69
2-15-62 +1.03 6-25-62 + .72 10-25-62 +1.19 3-15-63 +1.63
2-20-62 + .98 6-30-62 + .86 10-31-62 +1.46 3-20-63 +1.73
2-25-62 +1.02 7- 5-62 + .99 11- 5-62 +1.13 3-25-63 +1.38
2-28-62 +1.08 7-10-62 + .96 11-10-62 +1.31 3-31-63 +1.28
3- 5-62 +1.18 7-15-62 + .84 11-15-62 +1.27 4- 5-63 +1.31
3-10-62 +1.23 7-20-62 + .96 11-20-62 +1.46 4-10-63 +1.42
3-15-62 +1.18 7-25-62 +1.03 11-30-62 +1.36 4-15-63 +1.06
3-20-62 +1.24 7-31-62 h+1.19 12- 5-62 +1.64 4-20-63 +1.11
3-25-62 +1.25 8- 5-62 +1.19 12-15-62 +1.33 4-25-63 + .88
3-31-62 +1.41 8-10-62 +1.26 12-20-62 +1.35 4-30-63 + .93
4- 5-62 +1.36 8-15-62 +1.06 12-25-62 +1.36 5- 5-63 + .74
4-10-62 +1.47 8-20-62 + .96 12-31-62 +1.41 5-10-63 + .60
4-15-62 +1.48 8-25-62 +1.13 1-15-63 +1.57 5-15-63 + .52
4-20-62. +1.32 8-31-62 +1.03 1-20-63 +1.97 5-20-63 + .44
4-25-62 +1.26 9- 5-62 + .92 1-25-63 +1.61 5-25-63 + .30
4-30-62 +1.30 9-10-62 +1.07 1-31-63 +1.76 5-31-63 + .30
5-10-62 +1.06 9-15-62 +1.42 2- 5-63 +1.70 6- 5-63 + .22
5-15-62 + .95 9-20-62 +1.58 2-10-63 +1.74 6-10-63 + .22
5-20-62 + .98 9-25-62 +1.52 2-15-63 +1.60 6-15-63 + .17
5-25-62 + .79 9-30-62 +1.42 2-20-63 +1.81 6-20-63 + .51
5-31-62 + .69 10- 5-62 +1.54 2-25-63 +1.77 6-25-63 + .68
6-10-62 + .71 10-10-62 +1.49 2-28-63 +1.72 6-30-63 + .84










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Table 9B--Continued

Well Date Watertat Water Water Date Water
mber level level level level

015-535-113 7- 5-63 +0.92 8-20-63 +1.63 9-30-63 +2.09 11-25-63 +1.21
301550NW853538.1 7-15-63 h+1.04 8-25-63 +1.55 10-23-63 h+1.46 11-30-63 +1.38
(ContInued) 7-20-63 +1.21 8-31-63 +1.56 10-25-63 e+1.4 12- 5-63 +1.39
7-25-63 +1.57 9- 5-63 +1.63 10-31-63 e+1.2 12-10-63 +1.35
7-31-63 +1.69 9-10-63 +1.59 11- 5-63 e+1.4 12-15-63 +1.65
8- 5-63 +1.68 9-15-63 +1.49 11-10-63 e+1.4 12-20-63 +1.48
8-10-63 +1.67 9-20-63 +1.60 11-15-63 e+1.0 12-25-63 +1.53
8-15-63 +1.70 9-25-63 h+1.41 11-20-63 a+1.1 12-31-63 +1.70


WASHINGTON COUNTY

030-535-422A 10-25-62 11.68 2-15-63 10.48 6- 5-63 12.95 9-20-63 9.21
3030250853501.1 11- 5-62 12.02 2-20-63 10.34 6-10-63 13.15 9-25-63 9.42
11-10-62 11.97 2-25-63 10.25 6-15-63 13.30 9-30-63 8.39
11-15-62 12.04 2-28-63 10.25 6-20-63 13.13 10- 5-63 8.33
11-20-62 12.12 3- 5-63 10.15 6-25-63 12.87 10-10-63 8.43
11-25-62 12,21 3-10-63 10.25 6-30-63 12.63 10-15-63 8.58
11-30-62 12.28 3-15-63 10.30 7- 5-63 12.10 10-25-63 8.89
12- 5-62 12.32 3-20-63 10.28 7-15-63 12.78 10-31-63 9.12
12-10-62 12.47 3-25-63 10.41 7-20-63 12.78 11- 5-63 9.24
12-15-62 12.57 3-31-63 10.55 7-25-63 10.24 11-10-63 9.30
12-20-62 12.70 4- 5-63 10.86 7-31-63 9.60 11-15-63 9.39
12-25-62 12.80 4-10-63 10.70 8- 5-63 9.53 11-20-63 9.55
1-20-63 10.68 4-15-63 10.74 8-25-63 8.67 11-25-63 9.49
1-25-63 10.43 4-20-63 11.87 8-31-63 8.75 11-30-63 9.93
1-31-63 10.44 5-20-63 12.45 9- 5-63 8.78
2- 5-63 10.45 5-25-63 12.59 9-10-63 8.90
2-10-63 10.54 5-30-63 12.76 9-15-63 9.08

046-531-213 3-28-61 35.9 7- 5-62 36.80 12-10-62 40.71 5-15-63 37.63
30464910853129.1 7-12-61 34.80 7-10-62 37.10 12-15-62 40.53 5-20-63 37.84
9-29-61 33.99 7-15-62 37.40 12-20-62 40.60 5-25-63 37.80
10-20-61 35.43 7-20-62 37.68 12-25-62 40.58 5-31-63 37.87
11-30-61 37.91 7-25-62 37.89 12-31-62 40.52 6- 5-63 38.03
1-11-62 34.16 7-31-62 38.10 1- 5-63 40.39 6-10-63 39.78
2-25-62 33.60 8- 5-62 38.35 1-10-63 40.22 6-15-63 37.50
2-28-62 33.53 8-10-62 38.54 1-15-63 39.29 6-20-63 37.88
3- 5-62 33.32 8-15-62 38.87 1-20-63 37.53 6-25-63 37.60
3-10-62 33.30 8-20-62 39.18 1-25-63 37.20 6-30-63 37.50
3-15-62 33.21 8-25-62 39.30 1-31-63 36.70 7- 5-63 37.28
3-20-62 33.09 8-31-62 39.50 2- 5-63 36.45 7-10-63 37.27
3-25-62 33.19 9- 5-62 39.83 2-10-63 36.38 7-15-63 37.24
3-31-62 32.54 9-10-62 40.02 2-15-63 36.24 7-20-63 36.59
4- 5-62 32.21 9-15-62 40.00 2-20-63 35.80 7-25-63 35.68
4-10-62 32.27 9-20-62 40.09 2-25-63 35.49 7-31-63 34.66
4-15-62 32.18 9-25-62 40.17 2-28-63 35.48 8- 5-63 34.55
4-20-62 32.48 9-30-62 40.30 3- 5-63 35.19 9-25-63 36.70
4-25-62 32.88 10- 5-62 40.31 3-10-63 35.50 9-30-63 36.82
5- 5-62 33.30 10-10-62 40.40 3-15-63 35.41 10- 5-63 36.42
5-10-62 33.63 10-15-62 40.41 3-20-63 35.09 10-10-63 36.31
5-15-62 34.19 10-20-62 40.43 3-25-63 35.46 10-15-63 36.43
5-20-62 34.40 10-25-62 40.62 3-31-63 35.67 10-20-63 36.57
5-25-62 34.88 10-31-62 40.45 4- 5-63 35.79 10-25-63 36.80
5-31-62 35.31 11- 5-62 40.88 4-10-63 35.39 10-31-63 37.20
6- 5-62 35.52 11-10-62 40.99 4-15-63 36.40 11- 5-63 37.18
6-10-62 35.93 11-15-62 40.96 4-20-63 36.57 11-10-63 37.44
6-15-62 35.99 11-20-62 40.89 4-25-63 36.93 11-15-63 37.92
6-20-62 36.21 11-25-62 41.08 4-30-63 37.05 11-20-63 37.97
6-25-62 36.52 11-30-62 40.95 5- 5-63 37.17 11-25-63 37.95
6-30-62 36.69 12- 5-62 40.67 5-10-63 37.41 11-30-63 37.50



























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Table 10. Pumping test data in the Hconfina Creek basin area.

Long Beach Pump Test

[Pumped well 010-548-124; March 20, 1963; well pumped 200 gpm; distance between wells (r)=1750 feet]

Drawdown of pumped well Recovery of pumped well
Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elasped time Water levels Recovery

Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (ft) (ft)

Pump on 0702 34.37* 14 00 74.93 62.44

9 00 41.60 7.23 16 00 72.44 64.93

11 00 46.89 12.52 20 00 69.98 67.39

12 00 55.21 20.84 23 00 68.53 68.84

13 00 66.03 31.66 25 00 67.14 70.23

15 00 72.20 37.83 29 00 65.00 72.37

17 00 81.01 46.64 33 00 63.51 73.86

20 00 89.64 55.27 35 00 62.67 74.70

24 00 93.97 59.60 37 00 61.93 75.44

30 00 100.76 66.39 40 00 60.90 76.47

56 00 156.68 122.31 44 00 59.68 77.69

61 00 157.03 122.66 47 00 58.88 78.49

76 00 159.85 125.48 51 00 58.09 79.28

98 00 162.29 127.92 56 00 56.98 80.39

118 00 164.41 130.04 69 00 54.38 82.99

148 00 166.55 132.18 81 00 52.66 84.71

178 00 168.02 133.65 89 00 51.57 85.80

208 00 169.36 134.99 102 00 50.16 87.21

240 00 170.41 136.04 149 00 46.44 90.93

271 00 171.17 136.80 179 00 44.70 92.67

298 00 171.74 137.37 212 00 43.24 94.13

Pump off 1201 242 00 42.15 95.22

270 00 41.30 96.07

Recvery of pumped well 299 00 40.52 96.85
Elasped time
Water levels Recovery 333 00 39.70 97.67
M~in. Sec. (ft) (ft) 359 00 39.16 98.21

1 00 98.79 38.58 474 00 37.37 100.00

7 00 82.70 54.67 595 00 36.04 101.33

10 00 79.13 58.24 658 00 35.47 101.90

12 00 76.89 60.48 719 00 34.99 102.38

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Table 10 continued

Bid-a-Wee Pumping Test
IPupsd well 012-550-331&1 April 1-4, 19631 well pumped 55 gpm; distance between well. (r)a49 feet)

Drewdown of obeervatlon well d4 ura .uinj Dowdown of ob ervation welld
1lasped time wetor level. Drawdown h1ope t Water levels Drawdown

"m. Sec. (t) (t) Min. Sec. (It) (ft)

Pump an 0900 31.48' 14 00 42.90 11.42
(4-1-8-3)
00 15 31.59 .11 15 00 43.09 11.61

00 30 31.72 .24 16 00 43.26 11.78

00 45 31.82 .34 17 00 43.50 12.02

1 00 32.13 .65 18 00 43.70 12.22

1 05 32.59 1.11 19 00 43.94 12.46

1 30 33.06 1.58 21 00 44.35 12.87

1 43 33.58 2.10 22 00 44.53 13.05

2 00 34.09 2.61 25 15 44.79 13.31

2 15 34.53 3.05 25 00 45.12 13.64

2 10 34.94 3.46 27 00 45.42 13.94

2 43 33.38 3.90 29 00 45.72 14.24

00 35.78 4.30 30 00 45.87 14.39

1 1% 36.11 4.63 32 00 46.14 14.66

3 10 36.44 4.96 34 00 46.39 14.91

1 45 36.80 5.32 36 00 46.63 15.15

4 00 37.10 5.62 40 00 47.06 15.58

4 15 37.38 5.90 44 00 47.45 15.97

4 310 37.62 6.14 49 00 47.80 16.32

5 15 18.48 7.00 53 00 48.20 16.72

3 4S 38.81 7.33 56 00 48.42 16.94

6 00 39.02 7.54 60 00 48.69 17.21

7 00 39.78 8.30 70 00 49.28 17.80

7 13 39.85 8.37 90 00 50.22 18.74

8 15 40.54 9.06 93 00 50.33 18.85

8 30 40.69 9.21 105 00 50.79 19.31

9 00 40.96 9.48 109 00 50.92 19.44

10 00 41.41 9.93 120 00 51.29 19.81

11 00 41.82 10.34 136 00 51.74 20.26

11 30 42.39 10.91 150 00 52.09 20.61

13 00 42.59 11.11 165 00 52.44 20.96
water level Immt4ately prior to start of test












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TAW@C 10 continued
Bid-a-Wa. Pumping Tast continued

DrAwdown of obaervation wall dr in pumping Ronyavr
K1aspad tim Watar lavl@ Drawdown Elanpad timo Watar 1avela Racov@ry

Min. Sec. (t(f)Min. stc. (f) ()

180 00 52.77 21.29 7 15 48.10 7.15

240 00 53.86 22.38 8 00 47.80 7.45

254 00 54.06 22.58 9 00 47.40 7.85

256 00 54.07 22,59 10 00 47.05 8.20

273 00 54.27 22.79 12 00 46.38 8.87

300 00 54.58 23.10 13 00 45.94 9.31

330 00 54.93 23.45 14 00 45.82 9.43

360 00 55.25 23.77 15 00 45.41 9.84

1'ump off 1500 (4-1-63) 16 00 45.33 9.92
17 00 44.99 10.26

Recover of ob#rvation woll 19 00 44.69 10.56
llaapad tm Watr lavala Racovary 20 00 44.49 10.76

Hil. Sac. (ft) 21 00 44.31 10.94

1 is 53.17 2.08 22 00 44.13 11.12

1 30 52.78 2.47 23 00 43.98 11.27

1 45 52.38 2.87 24 00 43.80 11.45

2 00 52.03 3.22 25 00 43.66 11.59

2 15 51.76 3.49 26 00 43.51 11.74

2 30 51.44 3.81 27 00 43.36 11.89

2 45 51.18 4.07 30 00 42.97 12.28

3 00 50.91 4.34 33 00 42.61 12.64

3 15 50.79 4.46 35 00 42.39 12.86

3 30 50.46 4.79 40 00 41.89 13.36

3 45 50.23 5.02 45 00 41.44 13.81

4 00 50.07 5.18 50 00 41.05 14.20

4 15 49.87 5.38 55 00 40.70 14.55

4 30 49.69 5.56 60 00 40.37 14.88

4 45 49.51 5.74 75 00 39.58 15.67

5 00 49.36 5.89 93 00 38.86 16.39

5 1 49.22 6.03 120 00 37.95 17.30

5 30 49.04 6.21 150 00 37.24 18.01

5 45 48.89 6.36 161 00 37.00 18.25
6 00 48,80 6.45 180 00 36.68 18.57







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Table 10 continued

Bid-a-Wee Pumping Test continued
Recovery of observation well
slaspad time Water levels Recovery

Min. sec. (f) f)

270 00 35.55 19.70

433 00 34.17 21.08

1125 00 32.84 22.41



Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test
(Puaped well 016-541-323; December 3-5, 1962; well pumped 504 gpm; distance between wells (r)-1195 feet)
Dr down of pumped wIl Drawdown of pumped well
Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elaeped time Water levels Drawdown

min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (i) (ft)

Pump on 1100 5.66
(12-3-62) 20 00 21.66 16.00

00 15 11.05 5.39 20 45 21.81 16.15

1 15 14.30 8.64 21 30 21.97 16.31

2 15 15.80 10.14 22 30 22.13 16.47

3 00 15.61 9.95 23 15 22.27 16.61

3 45 16.24 10.58 24 15 22.44 16.78

4 30 16.65 10.99 25 00 22.57 16.91

5 15 17.05 11.39 26 00 22.73 17.07

6 00 17.44 11.78 26 45 22.83 17.17

6 45 15.60 9.94 27 30 22.95 17.29

7 30 18.11 12.45 28 15 23.08 17.42

a 15 18.41 12.75 29 00 ------ -----9 15 18.78 13.12 30 00 23.34 17.68

10 15 19.13 13.47 31 00 23.48 17.82

11 00 19.38 13.72 31 45 23.58 17.92

11 45 19.59 13.93 32. 30 23.68 18.02

12 45 19.93 14.27 33 15 23.79 18.13

13 30 20.13 14.47 34 00 23.90 18.24

14 15 20.34 14.68 35 00 24.04 18.38

15 00 20.54 14.88 36 00 24.18 18.52

15 45 20.72 15.06 38 00 24.40 18.74

16 45 20.94 15.28 38 45 24.49 18.83

17 30 21.12 15.46 39 30 24.58 18.92

18 15 21.31 15.65 40 45 24.72 19.06

19 U. 15.65 41 45 24.82 19.16












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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued Draw own of pumped well D
Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elasped time Water levels Drawdown

Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (ft) (ft)

43 30 25.02 19.36 150 00 30.50 24.84

44 45 25.12 19.46 155 00 30.63 24.97

45 45 25.23 19.57 160 00 30.75 25.09

47 15 25.38 19.72 165 00 30.87 25.21

48 00 25.44 19.78 172 00 31.03 25.37

48 45 25.52 19.86 175 15 31.15 25.49

49 30 25.58 19.92 180 00 31.21 25.55

50 15 25.64 19.98 195 00 31.45 25.79

51 15 25.73 20.07 210 00 31.82 26.16

52 00 25.79 20.13 225 00 32.16 26.50

52 45 25.86 20.20 240 00 32.38 26.72

53 30 25.90 20.24 255 00 32.57 26.91

54 15 25.96 20.30, 270 00 32.74 27.08

55 30 26.05 20.39 285 00 32.92 27.26

56 45 26.15 20.49 300 00 33.07 27.41

57 30 26.20 20.54 332 00 33.34 27.68

58. 30 26.27 20.61 365 00 33.75 28.09

60 00 26.42 20.76 393 00 33.97 28.31

65 00 26.83 21.17 424 00 34.19 28.53

70 00 27.16 21.50 487 00 34.66 29.00

75 00 27.45 21.79 548 00 34.95 29.29

80 00 27.72 22.06 608 00 35.45 29.79

85 00 27.97 22.31 667 00 35.67 30.01

90 00 28.20 22.54 725 00 35.84 30.18

95 00 28.50 25.84 784 00 36.03 30.37

100 00 28.79 26.13 844 00 36.19 30.53

105 00 29.00 23.34 905 00 36.32 30.66

110 15 29.22 23.56 973 00 36.86 31.20

115 00 .29.39 23.73 1026 00 36.69 31.03

120 00 29.56 23.90 1089 00 36.80 31.14

125 00 29.73 24.07 1149 00 37.06 31.40

130 00 29.88 24.22 1205 00 37.21 31.55

135 00 30.04 24.38 1264 00 37.30 31.64

140 00 30.18 24.52 1325 00 37.39 31.73

145 00 30.35 24.69 1385 00 37.47 31.81







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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued of umd W 1 Drm don -of nupd we I
clasped tie Water levels Drawdown heaped tme Water levels Drawdown

"In. Sec. (ft) (ft) min. Sec. (ft) (ft)

1443 00 37.54 31.88 1740 00 37.79 32.13

1505 00 37.38 31.72 1800 00 38.08 32.42

1507 00 37.39 31.64 1875 00 38.08 32.42

1560 00 37.48 31.82 1926 00 38.20 32.54

1620 00 37.57 31.91 1987 00 38.34 32.68

1W8 00 37.65 31.99 Pump off 130q (12-3-62)



Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test
(observation well 016-541-3141

)rawdown of observation well during vumoin rawdown of observation well dur nR pumping gleeped tie Water levels Drawdown Elasped time Utter levels Drawdown

min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (9t) (ft)

Pump on 1100 4.73
(12-3-62) 10 30 4.72 .05

00 15 4.67 11 00 4.72 .05

00 30 4.67 11 30 4.72 .05

00 45 4.67 12 00 4.72 .05

1 00 4.67 12 30 4.73 .06

1 15 4.67 13 00 4.73 .06

1 30 4.67 13 30 4.75 .08

1 45 4.69 .02 14 00 4.75 .08

2 00 4.71 .04 15 00 4.76 .09

3 45 4.71 .04 16 00 4.76 .09

4 00 4.71 .04 17 00 4.77 .10

4 15 4.71 .04 18 00 4.77 .10

5 00 4.71 .04 18 30 4.77 .10

5 30 4.71 .04 19 00 4.77 .10

6 00 4.71 .04 20 00 4.79 .12

7 00 4.71 .04 21 00 4.81 .14

7 45 4.71 .04 22 00 4.81 .14

8 00 4.71 .04 23 00 4.82 .15

a 30 4.72 .05 24 00 4.83 .16

S 45 %.72 .05 25 00 4.85 .18

9 00 4.72 .05 26 00 4.86 .19

9 30 4.72 .05 28 00 4.88 .21

10 00 4,72 .05 .I 1 00 4.91 .24













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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued avdovn of observation well durinstpumping Drawdown of observation well durinR oumpina
Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elaped time Water levels Drawdown

Min. Sec. (ft) Min'. Sec. (ft) (ft)

34 00 4.92 .25 165 00 6.45 1.78

37 00 4.98 .31 170 00 6.52 1.85

40 00 5.03 .36 175 00 6.53 1.86

43 00 5.07 .40 180 00 6.55 1.88

45 00 5.12 .45 195 00 6.71 2.04

48 00 5.12 .45 210 00 6.84 2.17

50 00 5.12 .48 225 00 6.91 2.24

53 00 5.12 .54 240 00 7.03 2.36

55 00 5.24 .57 255 00 7.14 2.47

58 00 5.29 .62 270 00 7.24 2.57

60 00 5.31 .64 285 00 7.35 2.68

63 00 5.32 .65 300 00 7.44 2.77

65 00 5.35 .69 330 00 7.62 2.95

68 00 5.39 .72 362 00 7.78 3.11

70 00 5.41 .74 390 00 7.93 3.26

73 00 5.44 .77 421 00 8.06 3.39

75' 00 5.47 .80 480 00 8.33 3.66

80 00 5.55 .88 510 00 8.44 3.77

85 00 5.60 .93 540 00 8.55 3.88

90 00 5.66 .99 570 00 8.62 3.95

95 00 5.71 1.04 600 00 8.72 4.05

100 00 5.77 1.10 630 00 8.83 4.16

105 00 5.83 1.16 660 00 8.94 4.27

110 00 5.87 1.20 690 00 9.00 4.33

115 00 5.94 1.27 721 00 9.10 4.37

120 00 5.99 1.32 780 00 9.20 4.53

125 00 6.04 1.37 840 00 9.33 4.66

130 00 6.10 1.43 902 00 9.46 4.79

135 00 6.14 1.47 960 00 9.57 4.90

140 00 6.19 1.52 1020 00 9.68 5.01

145 00 6.25 1.58 1078 00 9.80 5.13

150 00 6.31 1.64 1141 00 9.89 5.24

155 00 6.35 1.68 1201 00 10.02 5.35

160 00 6.42 1.75 1260 00 10.12 5.45








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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued 0rawdown of observation well duins oupina awdown of observation well during pumping
Ilasped time Water levels Drawdown apd Water levels Drawdown

min. Sec. .(t (t in. see. (ft) (ft)1320 00 10.21 5.54 2040 00 10.97 6.30

1380 00 10.30 5.63 2160 00 11.08 6.40

1440 00 10.34 5.67 2280 00 11.18 6.51

1500 00 10.39 5.72 2400 00 11.25 6.58

1560 00 10.45 5.78 2520 00 11.35 6.68

1620 00 10.52 5.85 2640 00 11.45 6.78

1682 00 10.60 5.93 2760 00 11.50 6.83

1740 00 10.68 6.01 2880 00 11.53 6.86

1800 00 10.73 6.06 2940 00 11.55 6.88

1943 00 10.90 6.23 2995 00 11.60 6.93

Pump off 130j (12-5-62) _1

























































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Table 11. Logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area. (The well samples are filed with the Florida Geological Survey under the designated W-number listed with each well number.) Well 956-524-1411
(295645N0852 )9.1)'
W-2939-'

Depth, in feet,
Material below land surface

Pleistocene to Recent:

Sand, brown, quartz, very fine, subangular to

subrounded; brown organic material coating

sand grains; pieces of brown organic material. 0 10

As above, except sand lighter brown in color

and with less organic materials. . . . 10 20

As above, with abundant fragments of charred

wood; some mica. . . . . . . . 20 30

Sand, brown, quartz, fine to coarse, subangular

to subrounded, clear to frosted; some clay

material coating sand grains . . . . 30 40

Sand, gray to light gray, quartz, fine to very

coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to

frosted; gray clay material coating sand;

some charred wood . . . . . . 40 50

Sand, light gray, quartz, coarse, subangluar to

subrounded, clear to opaque. . . . . 50 60

As above, except grain size ranges from fine to very

coarse; some gray clay cementing grains; some

mica . . . . . . . . . 60 70
1/
2/ U.S. Geological Survey nine digit well number, see explanation in text. 3/ U.S. Geological Survey 14 digit well number, see explanation in text.
Florida Geological Survey well number.












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Well 956-524-141
(Continued)

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

As above, with white crystalline calcite

fragments; no mica . . . . . . . 70 90

As above, with some gray clay. . . . . 90 100

Choctawhatchee Formation:

Shell, mollusks, corals, brachiopods; clay, gray;

sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to

subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite;

foraminifers . . . . . . . . 100 110

Limestone, gray to tan, crystalline; calcitized

shell fragments and foraminifers; soee sand;

black phosphorite . . . . . . . 110 120

Shell mollusks, coral, brachiopoda; clay, gray;

sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to

subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite;

foraminifers . . . . . . . . 120 130

As above, with increase in small shell

fragments. . . . . . . . . . 130 180

As above, increase in fine quartz sand . . 180 190

As above, much more fine sand; some dark ,gray

clay . . . . . . . . . . 190 200

As above, but slightly clayey. . . . . 200 220

As above, but more clayey. . . . . . 220 250

As above, but more calcareous. . . . . 250 260


















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Well 956-524-141
(Continued)

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

Limestone, gray to brown, mostly shell

fragments and foraminifers; some sand,

white, fine, clear to frosted (possibly

contamination); black phosphorite 260 290

,As above, with an increase in sand, 35% of

sample; mica flakes; black phosphorite

grains . . . . . . . . . . 290 300

As above but less sand (approximately 10% of

sample). . . . . . . . . . 300 310

As above, but less sand (6 to 8% of sample). . 310 340

Chipola Formation:

Limestone, gray to brown, composed of shell

fragments,' and foraminifers; small amount of

quartz sand grains and grains of black

phosphorite; some white crystalline calcite. 340 370

As above, but with increase coral fragments. . 370 390

Limestone, cream colored to light gray,

crystalline, composed of shell, abundant

foraminifers; sand, white, quartz,

very fine, subangular to subrounded, clear;

few black phosphorite grains . . . . 390 400

As above, but with very little sand; coral

fragments. . . . . . . . . . 400 420















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Well 956-524-141
(Continued)

Depth, in feet
Materials below land surface

No sample . . . . . . . ....420 424

As 400-420 above, with pea sized quartz grains;

very fine sphericle phosphorite and some

white shell fragments. . . . . . 424 460

Limestone, white, fragmental; shell fragments

foraminifers and approximately 40% sand; sand,

white, quartz, subangular to subrounded,

clear to frosted; a few black phosphorite

grains . ... . . . . . . . 460 480

Tampa Formation:

Limestone, cream to tan colored, fragments of

crystalline limestone; shell fragments . . 480 497








































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Well 006-540-412
(300630N0854017.1)
W-5812

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

Pleistocene to Recent:

Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to

very coarse; subrounded to rounded, clear

to frosted; gray clay coating some sand

grains; some black phosphorite grains; a few

foraminifers . . . . . . . . 0 10

Sand, brown, fine to very coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, with brown clay coating some grains; limestone,

white, crystalline, foraminifers; some

greenish gray limestone containing

phosphorite.and sand grains. . . . . 10 20

As above, with less limestone and with some

green glauconite . . . . . . . 20 40

As above, with a few limestone fragments; some

black phosphorite grains; black organic

material . . . . . . . . . 40 60

As above, with abundant shell fragments, mica

flakes and foraminifers. . . . . . 60 70

As above, with increased amounts of shell

fragments. . . . . . . . . . 70 80


















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Well 006-540-412
(Continued)

Depth, in feet,
Materials below land surface

Limestone, white, fossiliferous, green

glauconite; limestone, gray, containing

sand, phosphorite, and shell; no mica. . . 80 90

As above, but more clayey. . . . . . 90 100

Choctawhatchee Formation:

Limestone, light gray, crystalline, with foraminifers; sandy, black phosphorite, and abundant

black and white shell; sand, fine to coarse,

subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, containing green glauconite, mica . . . . 100 110

As above, but approximately 65% sand and 35%

limestone and shell. . . . . . . 110 120

Sand, white, slightly clayey, quartz, fine to

medium, subrounded to rounded, clear to

frosted, containing a few limestone fragments;

abundant black phosphorite grains; foraminifers

(Robulus); mica flakes; green glauconite. 120 160

As above, with abundant foraminifers; with

large black phosphorite pebbles and fragments

of pyrite. . . . . . . . . . 160 170

As above, with less foraminifers and shell

fragments. . . . . . . . . . 170 180

As above, but more clayey. . . . . . 180 190


















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STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY Robert O. Vernon, Director INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA By R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler U. S. Geological Survey Prepared by UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the DIVISION OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA BOARD OF CONSERVATION Tallahassee 1968

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Completed manuscript received July 15, 1968 Printed by the Florida Board of Conservation Division of Geology Tallahassee ii

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CONTENTS Page Introduction ....................................... ................... 1 Well-numbering systems ................................................ 1 Surface-water stations ........................... ... ............... 3 Hydrologic data ......................................................... 4 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Figure Page 1 Location of the Econfina Creek basin area and explanation of 9-digit well-numbering system ......................................................... 2 2 Diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system .................... 3 3 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of surface-water data collection sites ... 4 4 Deer Point lake showing locations of sampling sites ........................... 5 5 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of ground-water data collection sites ... 6 6 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells inventoried ................ 7 7 Locations of wells for insert A on figure 6 ................................. 8 8 Locations of wells for insert B on figure 6 ................................ 9 9 Econfina Creek basin area showing locations of wells with geologic control .........10 LIST OF TABLES Table Page 1 Locations of surface water data collection sites ..............................11 2 Streamflow data .................................................... 15 3 Monthly average lake stages ............................................20 4 Chemical analyses and temperature of surface water ..........................21 5 Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water ...................29 6 Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake ...............................47 7 Records of rainfall in the Econfina Creek basin area ..........................48 8 Records of wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ...........................51 9 Measurements of ground-water levels in the Econfina Creek basin area A. Periodic measurements .............................................74 B. Five-day maximums form recorder charts ...............................80 10 Pumping test data in the Econfina creek basin area ...........................83 11 Lithologic logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area ................91 12 Records of ground-water pumpage in the Econfina Creek basin area ............. 114 13 Chemical analyses and temperature of ground-water .........................119 14 Periodic chloride anaylyses and temperature of water from wells ................126

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WATER RESOURCE RECORDS OF THE ECONFINA CREEK BASIN AREA, FLORIDA By R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler INTRODUCTION The Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern Florida, which includes Bay County, southeastern Washiigton County, and parts of Calhoun, Gulf, and Jackson counties is shown in figure 1. The basin has an abundant supply of ground water and surface water of good quality. This determination is based on a three-year investigation of the water resources of the basin by the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, during the period from October 1961 through June 1964. The purpose of this report is to assemble the basic data collected during this investigation for those persons interested in water development or management in this basin. The interpretative results of the investigation have been reported in publications listed below: (1) "Freshening of Deer Point Lake, Bay County, Florida," by L. G. Toler, R. H. Musgrove, and J. B. Foster, Journal American Water Works Association, Volume 56, 1964. (2) "Quality of water from the Floridan aquifer in the Econfina Creek basin area, Florida, 1962," by L. G. Toler, Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, Map Series No. 10, May, 1965. (3) "Use of specific conductance to distinguish two base-flow components in Econfina. Creek, Florida," by L. G. Toler, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 525-C, 1965. (4) "Water resources of the Econfina Creek basin area in northwestern Florida, " by R. H. Musgrove, J. B. Foster, and L. G. Toler, Division of Geology, Florida Board of Conservation, Report of Investigations No. 41,1965. Geologic and hydrologic information are presented in this report in the form of tables which group the data according to type. Maps of the basin and specific areas within the basin are used in conjunction with the tables to locate the data collection stations within the basin. The stratigraphic nomenclature in this report conforms to the usage of the Florida Geological Survey and not necessarily to that of the U.S. Geological Survey. Well-Numbering Systems Two well-numbering systems are used in the report. Both systems are based on latitude-longitude coordinates. The nine-digit number is explained and illustrated on figure 1. This numbering method was in use in the Florida District 1

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2 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY pior to the establishment of an international well numbering system for data storage and retrieval by the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Suvey. Oer.s of 1 I wit at the Greenic. .Englol,. prare swidran Fti .Locations of the Econa Creek basin area and explanation of 9-digit well-numbering system. The 16-character well number is explained here so that the quality of ground-water tables which were handled by data processing using the 16-character number can be cross referenced to the table of well records and to the map showing the locations of wells inventoried as seen on pages 51 and 119, respectively. The well number is a composite of two numbers separated by the letter N. The first part consists of six digits; two digits of degrees, the two digits of the minutes, and the two digits of the seconds of latitude. The N refers to "north" latitude. The second part consists of seven digits; the three digits of the degrees, the two digits of the minutes, and the two digits of the seconds of longitude. The wells are numbered consecutively within a one-second grid, so that if more than one we is located within a one-second grid, the wells can be identified. This sequential number follows the seconds of longitude and is set off Sdecim Therefore the well number defines the latitude and the itude --LOG the map showing the locations of wells inventoried as seen on pages 51 and 119,

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 3 on the south and east sides respectively of a one-second quadrangle in which the well is located. Figure 2 is a diagram illustrating the well-numbering system. For example, the designation 275134N0815220.1 indicates that this is the first well inventoried in the one-second grid bounded by latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude 081052'20" on the east. 0ao GI 'S. 'NC' S260 4,&%. Figure 2. Diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system. Surface-water Stations All surface water data collection sites are listed in table 1 in alphabetical order and given a sequential number. These sequential numbers locate the sites on the map in figure 3 and identify the station in the tables.of data.

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4 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY Iowa. L --------... . wwI J.ON COUi iis . "xCI A.. Ai Figure 3. Econfmna Creek basin area showing locations of surface water data collection sites. The number in parentheses following the station name, for some stations, is the U. S. Geological Survey identification number for the station.More detailed tabulations of streamfiow and stage are available for most of these stations in the annual data reports of the U. S. Geological Survey. Information about these reports may be obtained from the U. S. Geological Survey District Office, Tallahassee, Florida. C Ai --OU F OU T CALAM Ta~lahassee, Florida.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO.57 5 HYDROLOGIC DATA Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1 through 6. In addition to the table of surface-water location descriptions which are shown on the map of the basin in figure 3, there are tables of selected streamflow data, monthly average lake stages, chemical analyses and temperatures of surface water, daily specific conductances and temperatures of surface water, and chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake. The location of Deer Point Lake sampling points is shown on figure 4. Rainfall records collected for this study are in table 7. The location of rain gages is shown on figure 5. -1i -----------Y -------r I 8AY CO. DEER POI LAKE LOCATION MAP I 9"-,. 4 . A Chloride tompling stoations (Numbers refter to table 6) Deer Poir Dom FIgure 4. Deer point lake showing locations of sampling-sites.

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6 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY w 5 1 5 *5 2 W o' W :, a a " * a J d c"sc i ... --o" Y. -'-." ,Y owa/Lse o st s ' re seas ,iU CO1Z WO. o/ a 8 givesa ror or )A Fam, j t1ION iio \ r S o"AY s"M, >b 4.. I o ground-water data includes tables 9 and 10 which incle records of water levels P' fj I. , EXPLANATION ~ n uin e a w o ions a s n n fiu 5. lls a resented in table 1 with the locaios f these wlls shown on fi " s * A 5. .i. .' 8~ 2 -a11 3W so 31 11a ? h tCUnM c. Table 8 gives a record of wells inventoried in and adjacent to the Econfina and pumping test data, whose locations are shown on figure 5. Lithologic logs of wels are presented in table 11, with the locations 6f these wells shown on figure

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 7 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY uM 5O W S 4 40 ' 30 I I so-" E -40' I ,22 II N I:^ "'^ -: I---:----!.. -It I P1 " 4::4 1* 4Iw INS AI So I I .U.O eU -00t04 V/insPcondory OrUe'on Oqu4der . * ,= 3WelI in Flodan equie--ifer Us-o 01' so" 4' io 05' 04 00 0o1 Figure 6. Econfina Creek basin area showing location of wells inventoried. 9. Tables 12, 13, and 14 give data on ground-water pumpage, chemical analysis and temperature, and periodic chloride analysis and temperatures, respectively. The locations for data collection stations in tables 12 through 14 are shown on figure 5. EXPLANATION
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8 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY EXPLANATKON o03 Wy in water-table aquifer em Well in Floridon oquifer Note: Number indicates number of well as illustrated in figure I. 85°38' 37' 85036' 30l(I 30010' S 123 213b o0 O213a 142aoP 142b 133 a,b,C 143b 133c 0 00143ao e233b S134 4 2330 0 133b 422aob 0 312c 33c *312 312b o0312o 0 313 331b *441 * 3310 0342 09' --44309 S32 41 2 132. 142 .241 0234 *342 4210 : 414 *343 444 30008 310d8 -30o08 -N85*38' 37' 85°36 0 1/2 I MILE Figure 7. Location of wells for insert A on fgure 6.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 57 9 85*36' 35' 85034' 30018' 30018' .41 I o 311 134a (, 133 133 0 134b 131 0 312 0 331 gp 3330o 7' 333b// 130017' EXPLANATION o 113 Well in woter-table Saquifer. *133 Well in Floridon oquifer S 0411 Note: Number indicates number of well as illustrated in figure I. *324o08b 342co0 342 b 41403420 30 16' 300° 16' 85036' 85035' 0 1/2 I MILE I I I Figure 8. Location of wells for insert B on figure 6.

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10 DIVISION OF GEOLOGY W 0 L&a s a" o LI I *-I .+ O | i |CO.. i | i i T| l --J-Saw SI SWAHNTON Ca. -« --_ n _ --\ -*> -2 II Is HOS0~ 6,11 c c .i e *i ae A --1 g(s u WW sw W 4W 4W4 3 3a tar e40 S F e 9. co a reek basin area showing locations of wells with geologic contr %.." .. ... me

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Table 1.--Location of surface-water data-collection sites. (Note" Numbers preceding station. names are location numbers in fig. 2, numbers following are station numbers) Station Drainage Area Number Station Name (sq mi) Location STREAMFLOW: 1. Bayou George Creek near Bayou George in NWt sec. 8, T. 3 S., R. 12 W., at bridge on forest road 104, 0.7 mile above Island Branch and 4.5 miles east of Bayou George. 2. Bear Creek near Youngstown 67.2 in NEt sec. 17, T. 2 S., R. 12 W., at (023595.50) bridge on U. S. Highway 231, 0.1 mile downstream from South Fork Bear Creek and 3.2 miles south of Youngstown. 3. Big Cedar Creek near Bennett 95.0 in SWj sec. 26, T. 1 S., R. 14 W., at (023596.50 bridge on State Highway 388, 5.6 miles vest of Bennett. 4. Big Crooked Creek near West Bay -in NEt sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W., 0.1 mile above Pigeon Creek and 35 miles northeast of West Bay. 5. Black Slough near Greenhead in SE¼ sec. 5, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., at bridge on county road, 1 mile upstream from Still Pond and 6.1 miles east of Greenhead. 6. Blue Springs near Fountain on line between sees. 27 and 34, T. 1 NU R. 13 W., on east bank of Econfine Creek 2 miles above Washington-Bay County line and 6.9 miles southwest of Fountain. Measureaent made at mouth of spring and includes all spring flow. 7. Burnt Mill Creek near Southport -in NE sec. 3, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at former bridge site, 6 miles above mouth and 62 miles northwest of Southport. 8. Burnt Mill Creek near Vicksburg -n NEg sec. 4, T. 2 S., R. 15 W., at end of woods trail on west bank, 5 miles. above mouth and 5 miles northwest of Vicksburg. 9. Callaway Bayou near Callaway in SWI, NW1, sec. 9, T. 4 S., R. 13 W., at bridge on State Highway 22, 2 miles northeast of Callaway. 10. Callaway Bayou near Panama City -in SEi sec. 32, T. 3 S., R. 13 W., at ford on woods trail, 4 miles above mouth and 61 miles east of Panama City. 11. Cooks Bayou near Callaway in SWH sec. 8, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at bridge on State Highway 22, 6 miles east of Callaway. 12. Cushion Creek near Callaway -in E4 sec. 12, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., at bridge on State Highway 22, 5 miles east of Callaway. 13. Econfina Creek near Bennett 122 in sec. 20, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at (023595.00) bridge on State Highway 358 and 1.6 miles southwest of Bennett. 14. Econfina Creek near Betts -in NEH sec. 24, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., at culvert unde U. S. Highway 231, 2 miles north of Betts. 11

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Table l.--CntE '. 15. reanrina Creek above Blue Springs, -on line between sees. 27 and 34, T. 1 N7 near Funtain R. 13 W., Just above Blue Springs ana 6.9 miles southwest of Fountain. 16. m$nfina Creek near Caieass Lake 40.5 on line between sees. 21 and 22, T. 2 N, (05593.50) R. 12 W., at bridge on county road and 3.5 miles southwest of Compass Lake. 17. Beflrna Creek near Fountain 70.2 in SEt sec. 15, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., at (02559k.50) bridge on county road and 6.3 miles vest of Fountain. 18. confina Creek above Gainer -in SW sec. 4, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., just Springs, near Bennett above Gainer Springs, 1.1 miles below Washington-Bay County line and 2.6 miles north of Bennett. 19contina Creek below Gainer -n SW sec. 4, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., just Springs, near Bennett below Gainer Springs, 1.1 miles below, Washington-Bay County line and 2.5 miles north of Bennett. 20-. aonfina Creek below Tenmile 67.3 in Sz9 sec. 2, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., Creek near Fountain 0.5 mile below Tenmile Creek and 4.2 miles northwest of Fountain. 21. Sconfina Creek above Wlliford -in SW sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., Springs near Bennett 50 yards above Williford Springs. 22. Flow aver Dear Point Dam from 435 in SW* sec. 36, T. 2 S., .14 W., on Deer Point Lake near Panama City State Highway 77-A and 8 miles northeast of Panama City. 23 Gainer Springs near Bennett -in SWv sec. 2, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., 1.1 miles below Washington-Bay County line and 2.6 miles north of Bennett. There are three big springs in this group, two on vest bank of Econfina Creek about 300 ft. apart and one directly acroes creek on east bank. The east spring and vest upstream spring have been measured. 24. Gin Pond Outlei. near Greenhead -in SE* sec. 20, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at bridge on county road, 0.7 mile below Gin Pond and 7.6'miles northeast of Greenhead. 25. Godwin Branch near Greenhead -in NWk sec. 28, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at culvert under county road, 0.6 mile above Gap Pond and 7.4 miles northeast of Greenhead. 26. Hmmnd Pond Steephead near Fountain -in NE sec. 7, T. 1 N., R. 12 W., at upper end of small stream, 1 mile upstream from Hamond Pond and 4 miles northwest of Fountain. 27 Juniper Creek near Youngston -in S4t sec. 36, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at bridge site on woods road, 2.3 miles above mouth and 3.8 miles vest of Youngstown. 28. Little Bear Creek at Tungstown 27.4 in SEk sec. 28, T. 1 S., R. 12 W., at (023596.00) bridge on State Highway 388, 0.4 mile west of Youngstown. 29-. 20i Bayou near Lyan Havn -in Sj see. 13, T. 3 S., R. 14 W., at bridge on U. S. Highway 231, 2-3/4 miles above mouth and 3j miles southeast of Lynn Haven. 12

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Table l.--Cont'd 30. Moccasin Creek near Econfina in NWk sec. 15, T. 1 S., R. 13 W., at bridge on county road j mile south of Econfina and 1 mile north of State Highway 388 31. Pigeon Creek near West Bay in NEi sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 16 W., at bridge on woods road, 0.1 mile above Big Crooked Creek and 3j miles northeast of West Bay. 32. Sand Mountain Branch near Greenhead in NBE sec. 3, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., 0.3 mile above Porter Lake and 8.3 miles east of Oreenhead 33. Sandy Creek near Panama City 25 in NEJ sec. 14, T. 4 S., R. 12 W., (023593.00) at bridge on State Highway 22 and 16 miles east of Panama City. 34. Swindle Swamp Ortlet to Porter -in NEJ sec. 4, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., Lake near Greenhead 0.2 mile above Porter Lake and 7.2 miles east of Greenhead. 35. Unnamed Spring near Fountain in NWI, SWI, NEt, sec. 22, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., 0.4 mile south of Walsingham Bridge and 6.4 miles vest of Fountain. 36. Wetappo Creek near Wewahitchka 45 in NWJ sec. 13, T. 5 S., R. 11 W., at bridge on county ioad, 0.5 mile below Little Creek and 8 miles southwest of Wewahitchka. 37. White Oak Creek near Greenhead 8.46 in NEJ sec. 28, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., at (023596.10) abandoned bridge, 1.0 mile above Gap Pond.Outlet and 7.6 miles northeast of Greenhead. 38. Williford Spring near Bennett -in SW sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., on west bank of Econfina Creek, 0.1 mile north of Washington-Bay County line and 3.4 miles north of Bennett. 13

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fthle L.--Contd STAGE: 5. Clarks Hole (amlin Pond) -in Swi sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on ear Greenhead south shore of pond, 0.5 mile south of Deadening Cemetery and 3.7 miles east of Oreenhead. 4O. Comas Lake at Copass Lake -in SEO sec. 1, T. 2 N., R. 12 W., on southwest shore of lake at Compass Lake. 41. Gap Pond near Greenhead -n NWi sec. 29, T. 2 N., R. 13 W., on (023596.14) north shore of pond, at public ramp and northeast of Greonhead. 42. Gully Pond near Greenhead -in NWJ sec. 14, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., on (023596.45} southeast shore of pond and 2.8 miles east of Oreenhead. 45. aemock Lake near Greenhead -in SWI see. 19, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., on (023596.30) vest shore of lake and .9 miles southeast of Greenhead. 44. Mertal Lake near Greenhead -in SW! sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 14 W., (023596.70) on south shore of lake and 8.1 miles south of Greenhead. 45. Norta Bay at tynn Haven -in sec. 4, T. 5 S., R. 14 W., on (02~593.20) south end of bridge on State Highway 77, at Lynn Haven. 46. Porter Lake near :eenhead -in SWi sec. 9, T. 1 N., R. 15 W., (025596.16) on southwest shore of lake and 6.6 miles east of Greenhead. 47. Still Pond near Greenhead in NE» sec. 18, T. 1 N., R. 13 W., (025596.25) on south shore of pond and 5.0 miles east of Greenhead. 48. Wages Pond near Greenhead in SW~ sec. 12, T. 1 N., R. 14 W., (023596.40) on east shore of pond, 0.2 mile southwest of Deadening Cemetery and 3.7 miles east of Greenhead. 14

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Table 2.--Streamflov data 1. Streamflov measurements of Bayou George Creek near Bayou George Flow Date (cae) Sept.12, 1962 69.8 (0.5 mi. downstream) May 9, 1963 1.19 Feb. 5, 1964 14.7 2. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Bear Creek near Youngstown, in cfe Jan. Feb. Mai. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year 1962 66.8 62.1 63.8 157 41.4 43.0 87.9 59.9 156 96.7 83.9 108 85.5 1963 127 312 71.9 48.0 60.6 .170 272 198 174 3. Streamflow measurements of Big Cedar Creek near Bennett Flow Flow Flow Date (Cf.) Date (cfs) Date (cs) Mar. 9 7.64 Jan. 16 9.90 Sept.18 9.02 Apr. 26 6.43 Mar. 11 8.00 Nov. 6 11.5 June 20 6.26 May 7 4.30 Dec. 17 17.1 Aug. 15 3.50 June 26 9.14 Sept.13 18.2 Aug. 114 598 1964 Oct. 2 9.15 Feb. 4 13.7 Nov. 28 5.89 4. Streemflow measurements of Big Crooked Creek near West Bay, in cfs Flow Date (cfa) Mar. 6, 1962 8.96 May 7, 1963 4.70 Feb. 4, 1964 12.1 5. Streamflow meaurements of Black Slough near Greenhead Flow Flow Flow Date ( ) Date (f) Date (cf.) Mar. 7 5.48 Jan. 17 6.05 Sept. 19 0.99 Apr. 26 1.50 Mar. 14 7.00 Nov. 7 .65 June 21 7.79 May 27 .40 Dec. 19 11.3 July 18 6.22 June 27 2.97 Aug. 16 0 Aug. 15 23.5 1964 Oct. 2 .76 Feb. 5 15.9 Nov. 29 .16 6. Straamflow measurements of Blue Springs near Fountain Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (crfs) Apr. 10, 1962 12.3 May 28, 196 11.1 Sept.11, 1962 10.8 Aug. 28, 1963 12.6 Jan. 29, 1963 12.7 15

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Table 2.--Cont'd 7. Streamflov measurements of Burnt Mill Creek near Southport Flow Date (cfr) Mar. 6, 1962 42.2 Sept.12, 1962 17.7 My 7, 1963 9.64 Feb. 4, 1964 37.0 10. Streamflow measurements a Callavay. Bayou near Panama City Flow Date (cfa) Mar. 9, 1962 2.66 Sept.10, 1962 9.95 May 9, 1963 .93 Feb. 3, 1964 8.79 13. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Econfina Creek near Bennett, in cfa Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year 95 ---------420 410 421 1936 682 585 182 476 417 413 451 615 462 566 167 512 514 1937 482 529 530 630 568 544 515 506 812 530 593 510 562 1938 469 44o 436 429 9 4 51 o50 661 411 400 394 415 434 1939 388 4oo 96 00o 415 510 512 962 698 577 529 522 526 191 480 602 580 576 486 1487 -629 535 452 421 449 g 80 515 1941 480 4553 53 482 426 465 665 556 514 460 437 169 197 1942 554 582 675 544 543 565 598 586 584 493 470 502 558 1943 503 451 543 469 498 489 528 573 489 431 443 453 490 1944 447 519 566 595 479 469 506 631. 719 521 505 506 538 1945 568 548 481 464 459 419 513 532 593 507 465 533 507 1946 602 535 656 563 789 643 612 749 658 530 56 488 615 1947 612 495 632 734 590 597 538 647 539 502 890 818 633 1948 705 639 924 1176 695 575 803 692 680 612 719 673 741 1949 610 698 693 747 600 598 743 758 636 577 517 558 645 1950 488 499 576 589 490 508 577 549 698 515 193 506 541 1951 486 467 582 480 453 484 473 507 519 435 195 565 496 1952 L27 533 500 484 416 381 371 452 510 433 427 426 446 1953 424 521 486 538 472 476 488 499 '572 531 531 742 523 1954 593 537 545 510 485 462 489 445 431 409 405 400 476 1955 02 398 374 401 359 342 356 352 344 337 323 317 359 1956 350 382 358 332 337 357 544 409 468 449 376 400 397 1957 358 348 379 395 466 522 442 486 793 716 598 579 507 1958 586 574 652 795 742 800 761 686 585 541 551 5o0 648 1059 511 598 664 656 591 614 662 601 627 706 572 597 617 1960 622 679 605 773 569 564 589 637 605 566 495 488 599 1961 509 508 522 538 505 479 535 14 571 460 436 498 512 1962 429 459 450 551 392 405 407 426 485 429 420 426 440 1965 492 461 432 388 380 413 537 559 513 -15. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek above Blue Springs, near Fountain Flow Flow Date (cf.) Date (cfa) Apr. 10, 1962 198 May 28, 1963 88.8 Sept.11, 1962 111 Aug. 28, 1963 15i Jan. 29, 1963 163 16

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Table 2.--Cont'd 16. Monthly and yearly mean discharge of Econfina Creek near Compass Lake, in cfs Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year 1962 46.7 57.6 59.5 99.6 23.9 35.2 37.8 39.2 43.0 47.6 4o.6 43.6 47.7 1963 88.5 65.9 57.2 32.5 29.2 39.1 83.2 70.5 64.o 17. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek near Fountain Flow Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfs) Date (cfs) 1959 15r l9May 16 148 Sept.11 96.1 Aug. 26 144 June 1 317 Oct. 31 86.5 Oct. 8 154 Dec. 18 91.7 Nov. 20 110 1962 Mar. 11 122 1963 1964 Kar. 27 108 Jan. 29 149 Jan. 10 805 Apr. 10 175 Apr. 9 126 Jan. 16 255 IMay 22 86.9 May 28 79.6 Feb. 4 194 July 19 101 July 16 126 18. Streamflow measurements of Econfina Creek above Gainer Springs, near Bennett Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfs) Apr. 11, 1962 318 mLa 29, 1965 189 Sept.11, 1962 206 Aug. 27, 1963 272 Jan. 30, 1963 293 11. Streanflow measurements of Econfina Creek below Gainer Springs, near Bennett Flow Flow Date (cfs) D"tM (cfs) Apr. 11, 1962 668 May 29, 1963 356 Sept.11, 1962 372 Aug. 27, 1963 b19 Jan. 30, 1963 451 20. Strean:flow meassrements of Econfina Creek below renmile Creek, near Fountain Flow Date (cfs) Jan. 29, 1963 121 IMay 27, 1963 55.7 Aug. 28, 1963 101 22. Flow over Deer Point Dam from Deer Point Lake near Panama City Flow Date (cfs) Jan. 31, 1963 956 23. Streamflow measurements of Gainer Springs near Bennett (Spring on east bank of Econfina Creek) Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfs) Nov. 14, 1941 20.2 May 29, 1963 17.8 Sept.11, 1962 20.7 Aug. 27, 1963 19.4 Jan. 30, 1963 20.9 17

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Table 2.-Cont'd 23. Streamlow easurements of Gainer Springs near Bennett (Cont'd) (Upstream spring on vest bank of Econfina Creek) Flow Plow Date (etf) Date (ea) Nov. 14, 1941 44.5 May 29, 1963 36.2 sept.1, 1962 39.1 Aug. 27, 1963 40.6 Jan. 30, 1963 40.2 24. Streamflov measurements of Gin Pond Outlet near Oreenhead Flow Flow Data (efa) Date (cfa) Mar. 7, 1962 1.35 May 30, 1963 0.12 July 18, 1962 .50 Feb. 5, 1964 3.76 25. Streamflov measurements of Godwin Branch near Greenhead Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfa) Mar. 7, 1962 0.33 May 30, 1963 0.24 July 18, 1962 .25 Feb. 5, 1964 1.07 27. Streaaflov measurements of Juniper Creek near Youngstown Flow Flow Date (We) Date (efa) Mar. 8, 1962 4.28 May 8, 1963 1.49 Sept.12, 1962 12.0 Feb. 4,1964 6.22 28. Streamflow measurements of Little Bear Creek at Youngstown lovw Flow Flow (ta (cfa) Date (cWa) Date (cf.) :ar. 9 27.2 Feb. 11 37.6 Oct. 7 60.5 Mar. 2b 25.8 Apr. 8 47.6 Nov. 21 35.5 May 21 23.3 May 8 103 JrAIl 16 22.8 June 10 33.4 1964 Sept.10 33.3 July 15 58.5 Jan. 10 325 Oct. 30 27.6 Aug. 26 50.7 Feb. 4 64.6 Dec. 17 31.2 31. Streamflow measurements of Pigeon Creek near West Bay Flow Date (cfa) Mar. 6, 1962 4.46 May 7, 1963 1.18 Feb. 4, 1964 4.73 32. Streamflow measurements of Sand Mountain Branch near Greenhead Flow Flow Date (ciW) Date (cis) mar. 8, 1962 0.46 May 27, 1963 0.005 July 18, 1962 .38 Feb. 5, 1964 2.62 18

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Table 2.--Cont'd 33. Streamflow measurements of Sandy Creek near Panama City Flow Flow Flow Data (cf.) Date W.) Data (Cc) Mar. 16 23.6 Jan. 28 37.6 Nov. 4 9.86 Apr. 23 11.0 Mar. 11 23.5 Dec. 16 90.3 June 18 14.1 May 6 7.05 Aug. 15 19.9 June 24 86.5 1964 Oct. 5 37.6 Aug. 12 29.9 Feb. 3 22.8 Nov. 26 19.2 Sept.16 20.4 Feb. 28 838 34. Streamflow measurements of Swindle Swamp Outlet to Porter Tak c near Greenhead Flow Date (cfs) Mar. 8, 1962 3.79 July 18, 1962 1.90 May 30, 1963 1.18 36. Streamflow measurements of Wetappo Creek near Wcwahitchka Flow Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cf) Date (cfs) IM5 15 --1 7)T --M Nov. 11 9.52 Oct. 5 183 Aug. 12 68.2 Nov. 26 45.3 Sept.16 40.2 1962 Nov. 4 1h.6 Mar. 16 47.2 1963 Dec. 16 325 Apr. 23 24.3 Jan. 28 16 June 18 15.8 :*ar. 11 83.8 1964 Aug. 13 43.4 :.iy 8 6.52 Feb. 3 75.5 June 24 187 37. 3tr'n::,I'Lo '-.teatrrements of White Oak Creek near Creenhead Flow Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfs) Date (cfs) 1902 195 Z93Mar. 8.10 Nov. 29 4.91 Aug. 15 94.7 Apr. 6 6.13 Sept.19 6.57 June 21 8.2, 1963 ;ov. 7r 8.22 July 18 5.22 Jan. 17 9.04 Dec. 19 14.4 Aug. t6 2.52 Mar. l4 44.9 Oct. 2 53.4 May 30 7.15 1964 June 27 7.50 Feb. 5 21.1 38. Streamflow measurements of Williford Spring near Bennett Flow Flow Date (cfs) Date (cfs) Sept.11, 1962 31.1 May 29, 1963 31.9 Jan. 31, 1963 32.3 Aug. 27, 1963 31.2 19

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Table 3.--Mothly average lake stages in feet above mean sea level, taken fr graph of about weekly gage readings Jan. Feb. Mhr. Apr. 4My June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 39. Clarks Hole near Greenhead (same as Hamlin Pond above elevation 55 ft.) 1962 -56.8 57.2 57.3 56.3 54.8 55.0 54.3 52.5 50.7 49.3 48.3 1961 47.6 48.2 47.8 46.8 47.0 46.2 47.0 57.0 57.5 57.6 56.3 57.1 41. Gap Pond near Greenhead 1962 -92.2 92.4 92.8 92.4 92.1 92.0 91.7 91.5 91.1 90.7 90.5 1963 90.5 90.9 91.3 91.2 90.8 90.6 90.7 91.6 91.8 91.9 91.5 91.9 42. Gully Pond near Greenhead 1961 51.8 51.6 51.2 51.0 50.3 49.9 19.9 50.3 50.7 50.3 49.8 49.7 1962 49.5 48.7 48.4 48.0 47.2 46.8 46.7 46.5 16.2 45.8 45.5 45.4 1962 45.4 45.4 45.5 44.9 44.4 44.2 45.2 46.2 46.6 46.6 16.6 46.9 13. Hammock Lake near Greenhead 19b2 -49.6 49.4 49.2 48.3 48.0 48.2 48.1 47.8 47.3 47.1 46.9 1963 46.6 46.6 46.5 15.8 45.4 45.1 45.8 47.0 47.1 47.2 46.1 47.2 44. Merial Lake near Greenhead 1962 -50.0 49.5 19.2 48.6 48.1 47.8 47.3 46.8 --45. *North Bay at Lynn Haven l62(.-ln.)-1.39 -1.67 -1.08 -0.90 -0.82 -o.93 -0.46 -0.22 -0.51 -1.49 -1.93 19-2(iax.)1.57 2.56 1.85 1.51 1.88 1.70 1.84 1.78 1.95 1.94 1.50 1963(ain.)-2.30 -2.05 -1.98 -1.17 -1.10 -.93 -.80 -.80 -.45 -.45 -1.68 -2.35 1963(Max.) 2.12 1.97 1.56 1.90 1.73 2.18 2.26 1.67 2.50 1.70 2.87 1.76 *Elevations are monthly maximum and minimum tide ranges 46. Porter Lake near Greenhead 1961 68.5 68.3 67.9 67.9 67.5 66.7 66.3 66.2 66.0 64.9 63.8 62.9 1962 62.6 62.3 62.2 62.4 61.6 60.8 60.5 59.8 59.0 58.4 57.8 57.2 1963 57.1 57.8 58.1 57.7 56.8 55.9 56.5 60.2 60.8 61.5 60.7 61.1 47. Still Pond near Greenhead 1962 -58.1 58.1 58.2 57.6 57.6 58.0 57.7 57.2 57.0 56.7 56.3 1963 57.58.5 57.9 57.7 57.2 56.8 58.0 58.5 58.3 58.3 57.9 58.5 48. Wages Pond near Greenhead 1962 -58.6 58.1 58.2 57.5 56.9 56.5 56.1 55.3 54.6 54.3 54.1 1965 54.0 54.2 54.0 53.5 53.2 53.2 53.6 51.7 54.8 54.8 54.6 51.9 20

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Table 4. -Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters (Note: Numbers preceeding station names are location numbers in figure 2; In discharge column; 8, estimated; I, instantaneous, at time of sampling; S, stage; D, average for the day; blank is average for the period.) Chemial anal se. in Parts per million, expt pcii conutace pH ad color hn t =a o f uctante. oN. and color Dissolved solids Hardness Specific coa i d an Silica o C--MPoo nduct Tapt disch S ilig a In Ca ne-lm Sodium taBlcarSulfate Chloride FluoN-CaResidue o nd t c perTcO d(chai (C (Nc slum bonata ( C) rt cuat (micropH or ature coUetc (W (Ca) ( icoJ M (NI) lated o'' magnearbonhos) slum ait at 25'C) (1) BAYOU G080E CREE NEAR BAYOU GEOBGE, FLA. Nov. 13, 1961. 5.2 0.00 80 179 1440 61 94 360 2480 0.2 0.7 4652 4620 936 858 8100 7.4 7 72 Mar. 9, 1962.. 6.1 7.4 .6 2.6 .0 20 2.0 5.0 .1 34 50 21 4 51 6.7 90" 56 Sept. 12...... 1 69.8 -----0 -3.0 ---4 4 26 4.5 160 76 (2) BEAR CRBEE NEAR TOUNGST70, FLA. NOV. 13, 1961. 4.6 0.01 3.8 0.4 1.9 0.3 14 0.8 2.5 0.0 0.0 21 24. 11 0 30 7.2 7 68 Feb. 5, 1962.. I 57 5.1 .06 3.0 .4 2.4 .2 9 .4 2.8 .1 .0 19 29 9 2 28 6.5 30 62 May 22........ I 40 4.6 -4.2 .5 1.5 .2 13 .0 2.5 .1 .2 20 27 12 2 31 6.8 12 71 July 19....... I 97 4.9 .13 2.2 .4 1.7 .1 6 .8. 3.5 .1 .0 17 20 7 2 24 5.8 70 77 pt. 10...... I 96 ------6 -3.0 ----8 3 29 5.9 90 77 Oct. 30....... 4 4.7 ----12 -2.0 ---20 10 0 28 6.9 15 63 Dec. 17....... D 65 4.8 -----9 2.8 ---22 9 2 27 6.3 40 56 May 13, 1963.. D 52 1.7 .10 2.8 .5 2.0 .3 9 .4 3.0 .1 .5 16 14 9 2 29 6.8 40 75 (3) BIG CEDAR CREEK NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Nov. 15, 1961. -6.2 0.03 3.6 0.2 1.7 0.4 13 1.6 2.2 0.0 0.2 22 26 10 0 29 6.8 40 73 Fob. 6, 1962.. -4.1 .04 4.4 .1 1.6 .2 12 .4 3.2 .1 .0 20 31 12 2 32 6.6 45 57 Apr. 2........ 6.4 8.9 -4.0 .1 1.6 .0 12 .0 3.0 .5 .0 24 25 10 0 28 6.8 30 June 20....... 6I .3 4.1 .05 3.0 .1 1.2 .1 8 .8 3.5 .0 .0 17 32 8 2 39 6.4 55 77 Aug. 15.... .I 3.5 ----12 2.0 ----10 0 34 6.7 15 82 Nov. 28...8... 5.9 4.0 ---1 -14 -2.0 ---25 12 1 32 6.7 25 60 Jan. 16, 1963. I 9.9 4.9 .10 .8 .1 1.4 .1 2 .0 3.0 .1 .0 12 12 2.5 1 19 5.0 40 May 13........ 3.0 2.3 .05 5.4 .1 1.7 .2 19 .0 .5 .1 2.1 22 8 14 0 35 7.2 30 72 (4) BIG0 CR00ED CREEK NEAR WEST BAY, FLA. Feb. 7, 1962.. 4.8 0.07 2.0 0.6 2.8 0.1 7 0.8 4.0 0.1 0.0 19 28 8 2 27 6.5 40 51 MarN. ..,..... 9.0 4.2 -2.0 .2 2.4 .1 6 .0 4.5 .1 .0 16 23 6 1 25 6.3 25 54 May 14, 1963.. 3.3 .06 3.4 .6 2.1 .4 13 .0 3.0 .0 .0 19 20 11 0 31 7.0 20 (5) BLACK SLOUGH NEAR OREENHEAD, FLA. Mar. 7, 1962.. I 5.5 7.0 0.6 0.1 2.2 0.2 0 0.0 4.0 0.1 0.0 15 36 2 2 23 4.6 70 57 Sept. 12...... I .3 0 2.8 2 2 30 4.3 100

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Table 4. -Cbhlcal sualyses sad seoeralture of urlrse wsers-Coatl*md Cbhical "asyeul , a parts per wlll$oa, escept specfe conductlaae, pM, sa4 olor-Coalsaued Disolved Alda Hardu "paUm Cel -Po. a CaCu cooduct. Teasuf M 1. .Soiu t". Blear a J., (y B. nuIN1Cad sldusu T a. Col. P at diuIe WeCum stum (N) slum bona S* (ScO Q C e It hs (onc1o PH or s9= ds * at *C) (6) aUsI SP1o0 v. nFw UMAu IOrUTAIX, hA. Feb. 6, IU.. 6.2 0.01 n2 1.0 1.6 0.3 74 0.6 3.0 0.1 0.0 72 78 83 3 132 7.4 0 TO (6) IBLE SPRIIG Z. FL IDNI FOUUTAIN, FA. Feb. 6 .lM.. 4.3 1 3.7 1.4 0.0 65 2.0 1.5 0.1 0.0 62 60 s 2 95 7. 2 70 Sept. ...... 1 10. 70 1.5 67 8 0 110 7.7 2 73 (7) iUUT MILL CUM RLM E a00 UWO, FIA. Nov. 1, 19l1. -5.2 0.03 4.1 0.9 1.9 0.4 1 0.4 2.2 0.1 0.3 s2 25 1s 0 41 6.9 16 6r eb. 7, 13 2.. -5.3 3.4 .5 2.6 .0 10 .4 4.5 .1 .0 22 31 10 2 31 7.1 55 66 Mr. 6.4....... I 42.2 6.7 2. .6 2.8 .1 6 4.0 5.0 .1 .2 22 39 9 4 30 6.0 90 52 Sept. 1...... 1 17.7 -----14 -3, ----14 2 40 6.. 70 76 S(8a) Ilar ILL cuasc nu nvCzawOI , FIA. Say 13, 2193.. 1.8 0.02 46 11u 936 22 34 199 1860 0.1 0.0 2990 3510 600 572 5240 6.8 30 79 (9) CUauAY BAYOU EIAR CAULOAY, nA. Nov. 13, 1961, 4.7 0.03 1.6 0.2 3.0 0.2 6 1.6 5.0 0.0 0.1 19 24 5 0 26 6.9 15 70 May 14, 1963.. .8 .01 296 971 8310 307 106 2010 14200 1.3 .0 26100 28000 4730 4640 34300 7.5 20 (10) CALOAT UT10o 3E PAmwAMA CITT, FA. Mar. 9, 196.. I 2.7 6.0 1.0 0.4 3.6 0.1 1 1.6 6.0 0.1 0.0 19 36 4 3 35 4.7 35 86 Sept. 10 ......I 9.9 0 4.8 4 4 39 4.5 120 76 (11) COOW B1TO O LE CAILraU , FIA. ov. 12, 1961. 5.0 0.02 2.0 0.5 2.7 0.2 10 0.4 3.5 0.0 0.1 19 23 7 0 28 7.1 3 6 Sept.14, 19. -------3.0 ----2 2 24 4. 150 ay 14, 1963.. 4.1 .07 2.4 .5 2.5 .3 9 .0 4.0 .0 .0 18 14 8 0 27 8.7 20 74 (12) CUSRICO CUME MNE CAI A AY. FIA. iao. 13, 961. 5.6 0.01 1.8 0.5 2.5 0.2 8 0.4 3.5 0.0 0.0 18 21 6 0 24 0.8 4 72 Sept. 1962 2 2.6 4 2 24 8.4

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Table 4. -Chemical analyses and tenperatures of surface waters--Continued Cheslcal analyses, in parts per aillIon, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued le Man MCgPo a CaC conductTaer lca S odium tsaB car" Sulfate Chloride FnUO?CalResidue ance Colpe" discarg (~j Slum bonce ride Lrat Cuat -. of dshrge (Fe) slum (N) slum
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Table 4. -Chemaictl aslybs and tsperalturev of curtfacu a*ter--ContlAnu4 Cbhelcal aalyeo, na parts per mtillon, eacept specific coaductsnce, pM, ad color--Coatloned 1)1.ul4 d uolidls llt.rdsHns i.lfic Cal u Po-. 43: .40 C .:,.dUCt. TaDate Md s Siier Con ..Scditum t. c** Sulfa Chloride "lu' C alA 1o A Cai p . at disclage 5K (.) cLum slum (Na) slum k (0 (CI) w t V! go atf (mic°ro. p11 or at ollctioa (cu (Ca) " (K) (NCO, (t (?4ol) It 0C tooa(15) ECOININA CREEX A8OVB E81U SPRING, NEAR FOUNTAIN, UA. Sept. 11, 1962 f 111 30 1.5 41 26 2 60 7.0 30 76 (16) EOO=WINA CREZK NEAI OIPASS LAU , FLA. Noy. 13, 1961. -4.2 0.02 0.8 0.2 1.6 0.2 4 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.2 13 17 3 0 14 6.3 s2 65 Feb. 5, 19.. I 2 4.9 .07 .0 0 .1 2.0 .4 3 .4 2.2 .1 .0 13 22 3 0 1o 5.6 40 Sept.%2 ...... 1 21.5 ------2 -2.2 ----2 1 16 .3 45 May 12, 1963.. I 15 3.3 .14 .8 .0 1.5 .4 4 .0 1.5 .1 .7 10 18 2 0 14 6.0 5 (17) ECOVFINA CRm N~EAR FrONTAIN, FLA. Feb. 6, 1962.. -4.8 0.06 5.2 0.9 1.8 0.4 19 0.8 2.5 0.1 0.0 26 36 16 1 39 .9 30 July 19....... I 101 5.9 .06 6.2 1.2 1.4 .2 23 .8 3.5 0.0 .0 30 29 20 2 48 6.7 5 76 ept. 11...... 3 95.9 -----25 -1.I ---38 22 1 1 .9 30 75 Oct. 31....... I 86.4 4.9 -----26 1.2 --32 22 1 53 6.9 10 64 Mas 12, 1963.. 76 2.8 .04 8.0 1.5 1.8 .4 30 .0 3.2 .0 .5 33 36 26 2 56 7.1 30 74 (18) ECOrfINA CREMX ABOVE GAINER SPRING, NEAR BENETT, FLA. Ap. 11, 1962. I 318 5.5 12 1.5 1.6 0.1 41 0.4 2.0 0.1 0.0 43 51 36 2 80 7.5 20 68 Sept. U...... 1 206 52 1.8 44 2 91 7.2 15 76 (19) ECONFINA CREtE 6U11V GAINER SPRING, NEAR BMRNET, FLA. Apr. 11 1962A 1 468 4.9 16 2.7 1.6 0.0 58 0.4 2.0 0.3 0.0 67 62 51 4 102 7.2 2 70 Apr 11...... 46 4.4 17 2.1 1.8 .2 61 -2.0 .1 .0 58 57 51 1 110 7.5 2 69 Apr. 11C...... I 46 5.0 13 1.3 1.6 .1 43 1.6 2.0 .1 .0 47 51 40 5 82 7.2 8 70 Sept. 11...... 372 -----52 -2.2 ---57 46 4 107 7.2 7 74 (23) GAINER SPRIIGS Nw FID, wEA BOENETr, FIA. Apr. 11, 1962. 5.3 18 3.2 1.9 0.1 63 0.8 3.0 0.2 0.0 65 65 58 4 115 7.2 2 70 Sept. 1...... I 39.1 61 2.2 62 52 2 109 7.3. 2 74 A Right bak. B Center. C Left bnk. -. '

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Table 4. -Chemical analyses and temperatures of surface waters-Continued Chomical analyses, in parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued Dissolved solids H. ardness Specific ManPo----as CaCO) Conduct. TeaMe, a'n Cl ....jrSulI .or...e atars 1 Date silc Iron noSlum tas%to C,. .o luo .Xanc Clpcollection d Cs) O5 S m 6166 (K) ( o M (S .1od 180C magna.cabon h * slum ate at25*C) (23) GAINER SPRINGS E FLM, NEAR RESSElT, FLA. Apr. 11, 1962. 4.7 19 2.8 2.0 0.2 70 1.6 2.5 0.1 0.0 67 66 59 2 115 7.4 2 74 Sept. 11...... I 20.7 70 2.5 68 58 0 122 7.6 5 73 (23) GAINER SPRINGS SW FUIW, MNAR BENNETT, FLA. Apr. 11, 1962. 4.4 13 1.8 1.7 0.2 46 0.4 1.5 0.1 0.1 4,1 50 40 2 82 7.3 7 70 Sept. 11...... 1 53.4 59 1.8 58 50 2 104 7.5 2 73 (24) GIN POND OUTLET NEAR GREEEAD, FLA. Mar. 7, 1962.. I 1.4 0.3 0.6 0.1 1.6 0.1 2 0.0 2.0 0.1 0.0 6 11 2 0 14 5.1 2 50 (25) GODWIN BRANCH NEASR GORE D, FIA. Mar. 7, 1962.. I 0.3 14 0.4 0.1 1.3 0.1 0 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 19 26 2 2 15 4.6 45 52 (26) HAMMOND POND STEEPHEAD NEAR FOUNTAIN, FLA. Oct. 11, 1962. 3.2 0.04 0.8 0.0 0.9 0.0 3 .0.0 1.0 0.1 0.3 8 7 2 0 12 5.8 0 (27) JUNIPER CREEK NEAR TYOUNGSIOR, FLA. Mar. 8, 1962,, I 4.3 4.4 2.2 0.1 2.0 0.1 8 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 15 17 6 0 21 6.5 3 55 Sept. 12...... 1 12 -----2 -2.2 ----3 2 16 5.4 50 78 May 13, 1963.. -3.1 .08 2.6 .1 1.8 .1 10 .0 2.8 .1 .0 16 18 7 0 20 6.7 30 71 (28) LITTLE BEAR CREEK AT YOUNGOSTOr, FLA. Feb. 5, 1962.. -3.3 0.01 1.6 0.0 1.5 0.2 5 0.0 2.2 0.1 0.2 12 18 4 0 18 6.0 10 64 May 22........ I 23.3 3.4 -1.8 .1 1.1 .2 4 .0 1.5 .1 .0 10 19 5 2 19 6.3 10 71 Joly 16....... I 22.8 3.8 .02 1.0 .4 1.4 .1 5 .0 2.0 .0 .1 11 10 4 0 17 5.9 20 79 Sept. 10...... 1 33.3 -----3 -2.8 ----4 2 20 5.7 45 77 Oct. 30....... I 27.5 3.3 ------1. ---11 4 0 17 6.1 6 64 Dec. 17....... 31.2 3.6 ----4 -1.8 ---13 4 0 17 6.2 20 57

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Table 4. -CbIcal ualy** oad tp.rrtureI of ur.arles werr--Coatlawl -Chetcl taoaly rt, La parts per alltoo, e*cept sp thfe coduotaau , pi. m4 c.lora-CotSliau4 Sa-------Disolve4d sicds HardIM SpedfIL Spo." *ICO co0 WuNt. Te.Dm " 8I Ire Cl .Sodium t". 3c""slfteu Chloride Flu* Ht &I"Ifts &A" Co l. of dIs *lurn bow" rlds t o"00at IIroP w l P aH soflaUama (F)' Sia (H as S) (s0C (C() , I IIoC j).v koa ( 1) (29) MILL iBTOO IAl LYIIS AYv, Au. o. 13, 131. .6 0.03 8.6 7.3 sO 1.6 24 15 91 0.1 0.1 133 193 53 33 370 7.1 5 7II lao. 3 163.. 1.7 1 .6 4.2 .7 5.0 .2 a 6.0 7.0 .1 .0 33 44 14 7 53 6.3 30 64 p t0.... .9 ----4 -0.0 ----3 6 3 .6 077 (30) MOCASII CuaK n1*A COWNlYMA, UA. Ieb. 19 .. 3. 0.05 3.0 0.1 2.0 0.1 10 1.6 1. 0.1 0.0 17 22 a 0 23 6.6 10 S6 so".13 5 -2.5 ----a 4 23 5.03 170 is", 196..: ..06 2.6 .1 1. .1 10 .0 2. .1 .6 14 14 7 0 23 6. 30 71 S(31) PIGOEM CRIB UEAR M 3T BT, FLA. .a....... 1 4.5 4.0 -2.2 .4 3.0 .1 6 .4 1.O .1 .0 1 27 7 2 30 6.5 2 4 May 12 i3:.. 1.3 6.1 .09 6.4 .7 2.5 .3 22 .0 4.2 .1 2.2 34 14 19 1 6 7.0 30 71 (32) SAND MUTAIN WSCH NUAB 1 GRE1C AD IUA. lar. 8, 192.. I 0.5 2.7 0.4 0.2 1.6 0.1 1 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 8 1i 3 1 17 4.9 35 4 (33) SAXDT CUI NEAR PARAUA CITY, FA. Now. 13, 161. -6.4 0.05 4.2 0.4 2.3 0.4 14 0.4 3.2 0.0 0.1 24 23 13 0 37 7.0 3 10 S opt. 14, 2 a 3.7 ------2 -3.0 ----4 2 22 5.1 0 y i4, 13.." 5 1 3.6 .10 4.5 .0 2.5 .3 13 .0 3.5 .1 .0 22 20 12 2 3 6.9 30 7 (34) 8IXDL S1AMP CIUTT 70 IORT LAZU, S1R GoraMAD, FIA. lar. 8, 1963.. I 3.8 5.4 0.6 0.2 2.0 0.1 0 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 11 28 2 2 22 4.6 45 47 (36) UoU3ED SPRING MEA IU rrOAI, FIA. Apr. 10, 1.93. 5.0 16 1.9 1.50.3 55 0.8 2.0 0.1 0.0 55 61 48 3 100 7.3 5

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Table 4. -Chemical analyse and taeperatures of surface waters-Contlnued Chemical analyses, nl parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color-Continued Dissolvedsolids .Hardness Specific agPoas CaCO) conduct Tm.lte ed n Slca Iron Cal -Sodium tasB de CalR Chloreside ance Colpercoileoe c nera_Sulfate Chloride :: "onpH of discharge (S (e) cLUn slum (Na) slum n baL (503 (Cl) ride trate c"*at l on(microPH or a* collection (cts) (ca) (a) ( (Hc () (oJ lted UOC magne. bonslum ate at 25QC (36) FETAPPO CREEI EAa R nAITCHA, FLA. Nov. 13, 1961. -6.3 0.08 1.4 0.4 2.5 0.4 7 0.4 3.8 0.1 0.1 19 19 5 0 25 6.3 25 72 Apr. 23, 1962. 1 24.3 5.0 -1.6 .1 2.6 .0 2 3.2 5.0 .2 .3 19 40 4 3 25 5.3 65 June 22....... E 21 5.0 .11 1.6 .2 2.1 .3 2 .8 4.5 .0 .0 16 44 5 4 27 5.2 60Aug. 13....... 1 43.3 4.2 .37 .6 .6 2.0 .1 1 .4 4.2 .1 .1 13 41 4 3 28 4.9 -84 Sept. 14...... I 33 ------6 -2.0 ----5 5 26 5.8 Nov. 2S....... I 44.3 5.7 ----2 -4.0 ---37 6 4 29 5.3 45 58 May 14, 1963.. I 10.5 4.1 .17 2.8 .5 2.8 .5 9 .0 4.5 .0 .7 20 22 9 2 32 6.6 50 82 (37) WHITE OAK CREE NEAR GOREDM2EAD, FLA. NJ Feb. 6, 1962.. -6.3 -0.6 0.2 1.8 0.1 2 0.0 3.5 0.1 0.0 13 20 2 1 16 5.1 30 57 SMar. 7........ I 8.1 4.5 -.6 .2 1.9 .0 2 .0 3.5 .1 .0 12 19 2 1 17 5. 30 49 Apr. 26....... 6.7 12 -.4 .1 2.4 .0 2 .0 2.5 .2 .0 19 20 2 0 14 5.0 35June 21....... 1 8.3 4.7 0.10 .4 .2 1.4 .2 1 .8 3.5 .0 .0 12 29 2 1 20 4.7 60 Aug. 16 ....... 2.5 ------1 -1.8 ----1 0 38 5.0 25 74 nov. 29....... 4.9 4. -----2 -2.5 ---15 2 0 14 5.2 35 54 Jan. 17, 1963. I 8.1 4.8 .12 2.8 .4 1.7 .0 8 .4 3.5 .2 .0 18 24 8.5 2.0 28 6.3 200 54 (38) WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BM5E3TT, FLA. Apr. 13, 1962. 4.5 28 2.4 1.7 0.3 90 0.0 3.0 0.1 0.0 84 88 80 6 150 7.2 0 70 Sept. 11...... 76 2.0 64 2 128 7.5 72 (39) CLARIS ODLb NER GREXHMEAD, FLA. Feb. 6, 1962.. 1.2 0.02 2.4 0.1 2.7 0.3 3 0.0 4.8 0.1 0.2 13 34 6 4 32 5.4 30 60 (40) COMPASS LAZE AT COMPAS SLE, FLA. May 8, 1962... 0.5 1.2 0.2 1.4 0.2 2 0.0 2.5 0.1 0.0 7 20 4 2.0 18 5.6 3 (41) GAP POCD NEAR GEEHEED, FLA. Feb. 6, 1962... 0.5 0.02 1.6 0.2 1.6 0.2 4 0.0 2.2 0.1 0.4 9 20 5 2 22 6.3 10 61

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Tsble 4. -Chetosal analyses &d tloperatures of surface waere--Contlnued Chebtlcl asnlyses, In parts pr tllion, Mexopt I t4c conductsna, pN, n&A color--Continued Dissolved soilds Hlrdnas BspecifKl DaO Mean SBll Iron Cl' a. od .,l Iull Chloride P*l NC c, tiu of dachr 80 FI) 10lum sum () tum bongnie aride rat at Immo pXlon collecti (csw)
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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water Refer to table 1 for description and location of station indicated by number and name 13. ECOFIrA CBEE NEAR BENNEIT, FLA. Specific conductance (icroahos at 25C) April to September 1962 Day October November December January February March April May June July August September ..... -as 120 95 91 100 2..... -95 89 98 86 100 3..... -06 96 99 94 100 4 ..... -107 9q 100 97 101 5..... -106 99 89 104 101 6.... -100 104 75 102 101 7..... -112 109 92 99 101 8..... -105 115 96 86 12? 9..... -123 103 98 88 88 10..... -93 98 100 89 86 11,1... -101 95 100 94 104 12..... 93 -108 99 98 97 13..... 104 109 94 94 99 93 14.... 103 106 85 97 104 84 15..... 89 -104 82 104 72 16..... 103 -91 86 101 89 17..... 10 -95 97 101 9? 18.... 92 -99 ?8 88 88 19.... 99 -99 98 90 82 20..... 102 -90 96 102 69 21..... 119 101 100 91 99 92 22.... 95 100 88 97 103 93 23.... 94 100 91 103 80 98 24.... 127 101 -99 62 98 25..... 105 104 93 100 94 98 26..... -101 92 100 92 90 27.*... 90 103 96 92 99 83 28.... 97 104 99 8( 95 90 29..... 91 102 97 94 91 93 30..... 6 105 96 89 97 95 31..... -100 -4 99 Average -102 98 93 04 93 L

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Table 5. -Daily spO1fct c conaduetanoo ma4 tosplrtur of surfaeow we4r-CaontIlue 13. KICOWXFI CREKx WIEA BnrITI , rA. -peitaic toaductasne (qteoo as at O'C) water year Oc ber 196 to S eptaber 1983 Day October November December Jauuary February Mrch April May Juw July Aug* September 1,,... 9t 96 58 86 83 03 94 82 94 80 77 64 2.,,. 85 9 52 91 89 71 95 87 96 85 11i aS 3,,,,. 77 96 62 2 87 75 95 95 96 90 79 49 4..... at 96 92 99 87 81 95 97 97 91 014 90 5..... 73 97 93 94 86 83 C6 99 46 93 42 84 6.,,9 861 100 56 92 87 85 96 106 96 95 A 83 7..... 90 988 96 85 87 85 65 98 97 94 96 89 8.*... 93 96 94 88 87 85 78 96 97 8B R3 88 9..... 92 75 93 92 87 86 86 100 99 60 87 90 10..... 62 74 66 92 87 86 91 102 97 59 81 89 11..... 78 83 95 96 95 89 94 99 94 70 06 91 12..... 95 90 94 78 82 87 93 103 96 8S 74 91 13..... 92 86 93 53 79 87 95 93 95 99 r) 9? 14..... 94 86 95 73 84 74 95 88 96 90 71 ON 15..... 94 92 95 84 87 75 95 89 97 94 45 90 16..... 94 92 94 87 BI 105 98 93 97 87 64 91 17..... 4 9 949 88 85 9 7 96 98 90 77 8 16..... 104 95 96 86 89 84 98 97 77 88 80 91 19.... 95 100 97 84 78 86 97 93 72 79 s0 91 20..... 95 95 97 80 68 88 97 106 69 85 79 92 21..... 96 95 99 49 78 88 97 94 77 84 73 92 22..... 94 86 97 51 87 89 98 8s 86 80 73 91 23..... 92 81 99 77 87 89 97 93 72 71 78 8I 24..... 95 90 97 81 88 89 98 93 79 76 82 87 S2..... 95 95 96 85 73 92 100 97 8s 60 84 93 26.... 96 95 80 85 79 84 100 107 84 44 AS 94 27..... 95 98 75 85 81 86 99 99 88 43 87 92 26.... 100 97 80 84 85 88 99 99 91 68 79 90 29..... 98 95 88 85 -88 99 100 P3 67 84 40 30..... 97 89 89 85 -69 99 96 A7 6? 97 39 31..... 97 -89 86 -92 -, 97 -79 96 Averr 91 92 87 82 8 85 95 96 89 78 1 0 84

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Table 5. -Daly specific conductance and temperature of surface w ter-Continued 13. ECCOXNFA CREEE NIER BsIT, FLA. Specific conductance (microaos at 25C) water year October 1963 to September 1964 Day October November December January February March April May June .July Augst September 1..... 72 89 119 50 71 69 71 68 85 n0 5s 85 2..... 77 88 110 58 76 80 74 57 85 79 74 85 3..... 53 86 114 75 79 54 74 49 85 83 78 85 4..... 74 89 74 81 78 46 72 50 86 78 1A 64 5.... 79 89 78 78 79 53 76 66 P6 68 80 75 6..... 82 88 88 77 60 70 74 71 86 76 74 81 7..... 84 88 89 60 65 75 65 73 6 1 3 75 67 8..*.. 86 88 89 54 67 77 68 73 82 87 57 80 9..... 86 0S 90 42 67 71 71 74 80 88 48 81 10..... 87 90 89 37 72 72 73 74 79 88 73 82 11..... 87 88 91 43 75 76 75 75 Ptl 1 57 77 12..... 87 88 91 s5 78 76 77 76 8' 72 60 39 13..... 88 90 70 52 78 77 75 75 83 79 52 33 14..... 88 90 53 62 78 75 69 74 82 75 65 50 15..... 88 90 53 70 79 84 49 77 84 82 76 67 16..... 88 90 75 75 7 74 61 49 77 R3 81 79 74 17.... 85 90 81 64 77 67 72 78 86 R6 79 75 18..... SC 90 85 55 69 72 75 90 86 84 79 76 19..... SC 90 85 64 51 87 74 40 PA 61 76 79 20..... SC 90 85 69 60 59 76 79 87 49 74 78 21..... 9C 91 85 70 73 51 76 80 87 62 68 83 22..... 91 1s 86 72 76 68 75 80 P7 0 55 79 23..... 90 89 85 74 77 73 77 82 88 70 52 To 24..... 90 78 77 74 78 74 75 91 sP 80 59 79 25..... 89 84 82 75 78 71 77 76 76 72 72 80 26..... 89 86 85 73 68 62 78 76 76 44 74 83 27..... 89 66 85 75 68 57 55 7Q 76 62 79 80 28..... SC 88 86 77 37 56 46 R 80s 55 82 80 29..... 94 69 84 78 37 68 48 82 PO 61 80 R? 30..... 92 69 88 79 -71 57 R1 PO 71 80 87 31..... 92 -77 79 -73 -84 -I 0 "I Average 85 87 84 66 69 68 69 73 p 74 71 74

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Table 6, w Dally petaIflc coaduotiaeo sad toepeture of surfwe wvtepc--onttnued 18, ICONFINA CREK ALBOTI GAIWIR S fINGS, WU B11e lIT, ULA, -c Lutie coaductan a (Nicrao s At @*C) wte *ea v ecobar b 1961 to Bntl br II Day October November December Jauuary Februay Marh April May June July Auput September I.. -98 74 86 79 1a 111 87 97 71 74 90 2.'. -97 76 87 83 58 95 84 98 4 68 8 2"" -97 85 89 83 69 93 92 99 92 75 II 4"", -96 59 93 79 76 94 97 99 97 78 86 s5e,* -98 90 92 82 80 93 95 110 97 81 90 6 -97 90 92 84 79 97 99 101 97 82 84 7".. -97 89 79 85 80 62 98 102 as 84 84 8:. -97 90 86 90 81 71 100 102 87 93 89 9." -55 90 90 85 85 92 101 103 03 Bs 89 10,. -" 64 91 92 85 87 89 100 104 48 al 90 11,. 75 83 93 92 86 83 90 100 103 71 68 95 ..12o. 87 89 91 46 71 84 93 104 101 85 66 91 13.... 96 80 91 42 72 86 97 101 100 91 73 92 14.... 92 87 92 64 79 62 97 83 100 92 65 91 15..... 94 90 93 75 82 67 94 84 101 90 54 92 16.**.@ 94 91 92 80 85 79 95 93 102 92 58 89 170t..0 94 92 93 83 84 81 95 96 103 85 77 89 LB.4-.. 99 93 82 81 83 86 98 98 83 88 75 90 19..,. 95 91 89 74 51 85 95 87 74 83 68 89 20..-*, 94 92 91 76 55 92 98 95 68 88 69 92 21.... 100 92 92 61 69 67 98 94 82 88 65 92 22,0*** 96 73 91 66 80 87 98 86 90 80 65 91 23,,.,* 94 77 94 68 81 87 99 87 67 78 83 89 246.*, 97 85 92 67 79 88 98 91 83 87 92 90 25 ..96 90 93 74 64 86 98 97 86 59 81 91 26..... 96 90 67 76 71 90 98 97 85 43 85 92 27t***. 100 91 63 73 73 77 99 98 90 42 92 91 28.-.e 9 91 71 73 79 82 100 100 94 65 AS 43 29 .... 96 91 79 82 -87 99 101 66 51 84 70 30..., 97 90 77 78 -89 98 96 70 59 84 50 31..... 96 -61 7 -as -95 -73 86 Average -86 77 77 at1 94 94 92 77 76 86

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Table 5. -Dally specific conductance mand. twpeatur of surface ster--ContinLed 18. SCONFINA CRE ABOVE GA0INE SBPINGS, NEA BRES TT, FLA. Specific conductance (icroahoa at 25*) October to Decaeber 1963 Day October November December January February March April May June July August September 1....d 61 89 76 2w...* 4S 85 78 3..... 45 82 83 4..... ~d 85 76 5..... 72 86 82 6*...* 75 84 83 7...*. 77 s5 85 8..... 78 66 84 9..... 78 87 85 100..* 82 84 85 11...*. 63 66 86 12.*.-. 7S 85 85 130.... 64 68 54 w14..... 3 88 39 S15.0.. 84 s8 5C 16..... 63 88 67 17.... 67 8s 73 18..... 64 68 76 19.... 67 88 78 20..... 65 89 78 21..... 85 ES 80 22..... 66 89 78 230..*. 86 £8 78 24.... 86 73 71 25 ..... 6 79 77 26.*... 84 84 79 27..... at 83 8C 28..... 6t 84 82 29*.... 87 !1 83 30..*.. 87 60 84 31.... 87 -76 Average 79 63 76

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Table , -Dally speolic oonuhdta·u e and t.oew turlU 0 of rfo ntrl--OontlnUid 21, IlCOWIA CRUX ALIOV WILLIPOIuD sPrNO I, uEA BIWmEr, i ., spttci.f oCdootaneo (utro-boG at S* C) wateeraOctbr 12 to ept bher 19-3 Day October Novembeer Deember January Februry March April MUy June July Aupu September 1oo .. -go 51 70 55 63 65 57 tO 5I 56 60 i.... 81 5I 72 41 39 71 67 83 67 54 67 3e. -14 70 72 61 52 7Z s0 83 65 53 66 4 -.. -s0 73 75 55 71 72 70 85 74 57 68 5 ..... -I g 75 76 61 2 71 O 89 76 61' 7? 6o.1.. -1 74 73 64 63 72 0 84 t78 61 62 iI. 74 60 65 65 40 0 4 s 5 63 65 I:::: -82 76 6 64 65 55 2 85 63 77 T0 ..... 39 75 75 66 61 81 85 34 66 70 S -..... 44 77 73 66 66 69 63 85 29 72 70 LI. 55 67 78 71 64 66 68 83 86 45 54 72 12..... 7C 72 76 29 49 6 70 84 82 64 44 72 13...-w 74 42 77 28 !1 67 70 82 al 67 56 75 14oo°-° 74 72 76 45 62 39 71 56 82 73 54 76 sW 5 o 74 77 77 60 63 45 71 58 84 67 37 75 160 7 15 i 7 6 6 63 62 74 73 86 60 35 7C 170000 IC 76 77 69 66 66 73 T77 85 57 48 72 140.0 78 is 1 76 66 67 66 75 80 57 61 53 71 19 AvC 7ge7 7 77 62 32 67 75 67 49 54 46 71 20*o*.. 75 79 77 61 38 69 75 75 43 64 52 75 21o°°°04 61 77 29 50 72 75 74 60 65 54 75s 22owo. 15 62 76 32 61 69 74 63 72 54 5Z 73 23-°s.. ti 63 76 51 62 69 76 72 40 51 52 70 24..... 77 9 7 8 58 63 68 77 78 60 59 68 73 259000. 79 73 76 62 42 68 76 91 65 35 68 74 26000*, tS 75 47 62 56 TO 77 79 64 28 70 7s 27*-. C 77 44 57 58 61 t77 78 71 28 67 73 280-fo· 75 77 52 58 62 64 79 82 73 45 66 28 290.o0. eC 77 62 56 -67 79 84 39. 33 68 24 304.... 13 72 56 .6C 67 7 tS 43 37 6Y 26 31 ..... 1 -65 76 69 77 54 70 Averae -73 70 6C 58 63] 71 76 72 55 57 66

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Table 5. -Dally specific conductance and teeperature of surface water-Continued 21. EC01FINA CREEE ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BEIN.TT, FL&. S____ ____Secific ca ductance (.inosoB at 25'C) Octobt r to DecWber 196l Day October November December January February March April May June July Aupgst September 1. 45 70 2..... 31 67 3..... 31 64 4..... 50 66 5..... 56 67 6. s. 5 65 7.... 6 61 66 8.... $ 66 9..... 59 68 10..... 63 64 11..... 63 66 12..... 63 67 13.. 66 70 S14.. 65 69 S15.... 66 69 16..... 64 68 17..... 66 67 51 18..... 66 68 57 19..... 6 69 59 20..... 65 69 59 21h.. 68 70 62 22..... 67 69 59 23..... 68 69 58 24..... 65 51 50 25..* .68 59 55 26..... 67 64 58 27..... 65 63 62 28. **, 67 64 62 29..... 75 32 62 30... 70 41 64 31..... 70 -54 Averae 61 64

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Table 6, -DaIly peesflo ooductance and tepenturo of SurJfae est~r-Contlnued 3, GIlna PIINP# NuA BbmITT VlA, Lelfie coaduetaaoe (*tro"eoa at C) water year October 198 to bepteIber 193 _ Day Otlobr November Deember Janlury Febr y March April May Jose July Augut Septleber 1..... -124 115 112 IH11 10 114 114 I110 10 110 110 2..,* -123 117 112 113 10o 127 114 11 110 110o 10o ..... -121 115 111 13 n10 117 114 112 110 110 110 4**.. -121 112 113 119 11 0 11 114 114 110 110 110 5..... -1S 113 112 119 110 114 114 110 11t 110 110 6... -120 112 115 119 110 116 11i 112 110 110 110 7.. -120 102 11 11 14 110 114 114 112 110 110 110 S..0 -114 116 11 5 1 110 115 114 11t 11o 11O 110 ...0.. 115 1114 4 3 115 110 11i 114 112 110 110 110 10..... --1 114 113 11 114 110 116 114 110 110 110 109 13..... 121 112 112 114 114 110 115 115 113 110 110 110 12.... 119 113 112 111 119 110 114 117 112 110 112 110 13..... 122 113 112 112 1 112 11 10 5 113 110 110 110 14..... 119 112 11 112 116 110 15 14 11t 110 110 110 15*..,. 117 114 1 1 114 110 115 114 10115 1 110 10 109 16.... 17 113 1 114 116 110 115 114 Ill n 11 109 110 17..*. 117 112 116 120 114 110 115 114 10 110 110 109 21..... 117 112 111 120 114 110 116 115 110 110 110 11t 19..... 118 112 111 121 114 110 114 115 109 110 110 11I 20... 121 113 11l 117 115 110 116 114 110 110 111 111 23. 1..1 121 112 116 114 115 110 114 115 110 110 110 111 22..... 123 113 112 120 115 110 116 114 110 110 110 I11 23..... 120 112 112 110 115 110 115 11i 11 110 110 110 24..... 121 113 111 109 115 110 114 114 110 I10 110 110 25..... 120 113 111 108 115 110 116 114 110 10i 110 110 26.... 120 112 120 110 11S 110 114 114 112 108 110o 110, 27... 121 113 111 o110 115s 110 114 114 111 107 110o 110 28* .... 20 113 112 111 115 110 114 114 113 110 110 110 29.... 120 112 112 111 -110 114 114 112 110 110 106 30.. 121 11 113 111 -110 114 115 112 109 110 111 31.... 120 -111 110 -110 -117 -O110 110 Average -114 112 113 115 110 115 114 ill l09 110 109

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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BNNETT, FLA. Specific conductance (micromhos at 25'C) October to December 1963 Day October November December January February March April May June July August September 1..... 111 111 109 109 2..... Ill 111 110 110 3..... 111 111 110 110 4..... 111 111 110 106 5..... 111 .111 110 110 6..... 111 111 110 110 7..... 111 111 110 110 8..... ill illI la 110 9..... 111 111 110 110 10..... 111 111 110 109 11..... 111 111 110 110 12..... 111 111 110 110 13..... 111 111 110 110 14..... 111 111 110 110 15..... 111 111 110 110 16..... 111 111 110 110 17..... 111 111 11C 111 18..... 111 111 110 111 19.... 111 111 10 111 20..... 111 111 110 110 21..... 111 111 11C 109 22..... 109 109 110 110 23..... Ill 111 114 110 24..... 100 100 110 110 25..... 111 111 110 110 26..... 111 111 110 110 27....; 111 111 110 110 28..... 111 111 110 110 29..... 110 110 110 110 30..... 111 111 110 111 31..... 110 110 -111_____ Average Io1 110 110 109

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Table 5. -Daily specific cooductanoe aU4 tuperature of surface water-.-Coutnue4 38, WILIIfORD 8PRING NEAR BD ETT, FLA, pecific conductanc (xtcroxhos at 2*C water Yar October 19 tr Day October November December January February March April May June July Augual September .... -131 132 132 130 129 12? 132 121 78 125 12 .... -130 130 132 130 129 123 132 128 128 125 129 3..... -132 33 131 130 123 121 131 177 124 177 129 4..... -131 133 131 131 127 120 11 129 129 12 130 5..... -131 130 131 129 122 120 131 128 121 125 130 6.... -131 132 130 129 126 121 132 128 121 125 130 71... -132 132 130 129 125 121 134 127 125 125 129 8.... -131 133 131 130 123 122 132 129 129 125 129 9..... -131 135 131 130 129 122 132 127 129 125 130 10..... -131 133 130 130 123 123 131 128 125 125 130 11..... 138 131 133 130 130 124 123 131 128 129 125 130 12..... 132 131 134 131 129 124 123 131 129 128 125 130 S13..... 132 131 133 134 131 124 122 131 130 125 125 130 00 14..... 132 131 132 129 131 122 122 136 130 127 125 130 15..... 132 128 134 131 131 122 122 134 128 127 126 130 16..... 132 131 134 132 130 123 122 131 128 121 128 130 17..... 132 131 133 132 132 123 122 135 12P 128 128 130 18..... 132 129 130 131 131 122 122 131 129 132 127 130 19..... 134 130 131 131 130 124 90 131 129 125 127 130 20..... 132 130 140 133 130 123 121 131 12R 125 130 128 21..... 131 130 130 131 130 124 122 133 127 125 128 126 22..... 132 131 130 129 130 126 122 131 129 126 128 126 23..... 134 130 131 129 130 127 122 131 124 127 128 128 24..... 133 130 132 131 130 125 123 131 129 127 128 128 25.... 131 131 132 136 129 125 122 130 128 127 128 128 26... 132 130 133 131 129 124 122 132 128 127 131 128 27..... 131 129 134 131 130 123 122 131 128 127 125 128 28..... 131 129 132 130 129 123 122 131 127 128 128 128 29..... 132 130 13C 131 -123 122 131 129 128 128 128 30..... 132 130 130 130 -124 122 131 128 128 129 130 31..... 131 -130 131 -124 -131 -128 125 127 Average -130 132 131 130 124 120 131 128 126 126 128

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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 38. WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BIENNTT, FLA _ecific cc nductanct (micromhos at 25) October to Deceber 1963 Day October November December January February March April May June July August September 1..... 128 130 2..... 128 130 3..... 128 130 4..... 128 130 5..... 128 130 6..... 128 130 -7..... 122 130 8..... 12 130 9..... 128 130 10..... 128 130 11..... 128 130 12..... 128 130 S13..... 128 130 S14..... 128 130 15..... 128 130 16..... 128 130 17..... 128 130 129 18..... 128 130 124 19..... 128 130 128 20..... 128 126 124 21..... 128 126 129 22..... 128 126 122 23.... 128 126 124 24..... 128 126 129 25..... 128 126 122 26..... 128 128 122 27..... 126 128 129 28..... 128 128 121 29.... 128 128 129 30..... 128 128 129 31..... 126 -126 Average 127 128 --

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Table 6, Daily apeoifc conductanoe and teperature of surftce water-Contlnued 13, ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BENNHET, FLA, Temperature (*F) of water, January to September 1962 Day Month --IDyAverage o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Mximum .... ----6 69 Minimum .... -" " February M imu .... 66 67 67 67 68 68 6566 68 67 67 6 69 70 70 71 68 68 70 69 69 71 72 71 71 72 73 73 ---69 Minimum .... 6 65 65 66 66 65 63 666 65 65 67 68 69 69 66 66 68 67 67 69 70 70 69 70 71 72 ---67 March I Maimum.... 72 66 66 66 6766 67 67 69170 71 72 70 69 67 67 68 68 68 68 71 71 71 70 70169 770 70 701 70 69 Minimum .... 70 70 64 64 66 64 64 65 67 69 70 70 68 68 6665 65 6 66 67 69 69 68 68 69 6 66 666 67 6 68 67 April Mim .... 68 65 66 67 67 68 6970 70 70 71 70 70 69 69 68 68 69 70 72 771 71 71 71 70 7 72 72 72 -70 Minimum .... 65 63 63 64 66 67 68 68 68 67 69 70 68 67 67 66 66 67 68 69 69 69 68 69 69 70 69 70 69 70 -6 May Maximum.... 7 73 72 72 72 73 7 74 7 73 74 75 75 747 7 74 7 75 74 7 75 75 75 7 75 76 76 74 75 774 Minimum.... 70 71 69 70 70 70 70 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 737 73 7 7 73 72 June Macimum.... 75 5 75 76 75 74 74 7 767 74 74 755 75 75 76 75 76 75 7675 75 74 76 76 75 7 75 75 7Minimum .... 7272 72 73 73 72 73 7 72 773 73 7 73 73 7 73 73 4 74 73 7 74 7 7 7 74 72 7 7 72 7373 3 73 July Muaximum .... 75 76 76 7 4 76 7576 76 77 77 75 76 76 75 7 7475 74 74 76 75 75 76 74 74 75 75 74 76 75 75 Minimum .... 73 73 74 -7 74 74 74 74 74 73 74 74 74 74 74 72 73 73 73 7 7 3 73 73 7373 73 72 73 3 73 7 73 August Maimum .... 76 76 76 7 7675 767 7 6 7676 76 76 75 76 75 74 75 75 74 73 73 3 75 7575 7575 757 75 S 75 Minimum .... 73 74 74 7 73 7 3 7474 7474 7373 733 73 73 73 73 7373 73 7 72 73 73 73 7373 73 73 773 September um .... 75 74 76 76 76 7 74 74 74 75 774 74 74 7 74 7 7 74 74 74 73 72 72 72 73 73 73 72 71 71 -74 Minimum.... 7373 73 73 73 73 7374 7374 7372 73 73 73 73 773 73 73 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 70 69 69 -72

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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water--Continued 13. ECONFINA CREEK NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Temperature (°F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963 Day Month DaI Avege 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 October Maximum.... 72 72 73 73 73 73 7 73 74.73 73 72 73 73 73.73 7373 72 71 71 71 71 70 68 67 67 68 69 69 69 71 Minimum .... 70 71 1 7171 72 71 71 1 71 7 71 71 7171 711 71 69 70 71 69 68 67 66 65 65 67 69 67 70 November Maximum.... 67 67 67 676 67 66 67 68 67 65 6767 6767 66 68 69 70 69 69 69 69 67 67 67 67 66 66 67 67 -67 Minimum.... 65 65 66 66 65 65 65 67 65 65 65 66 67 66 65 66 67 69 67 68 69 67 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 6639 December Maximum.... 66 67 66 67 67 65 65 65 65 64 65 64 61 63 63 65 66 65 65 67 68 68 67 67 67 66 64 65 666 -66 Minimum ... 65 65 .65 65 65 64 63 65 64 63 63 61 61 61 61 63 65 65 65 65 67 67 67 65 65 63 63 63 65 64 -64 January Maximum.... 64 63 63 64 65 65 64 63 64 65 67 67 66 61 62 61 62 64 65 66 64 59 62 61 60 61 62 61 63 63 65 63 Minimum .... 63 62 62 62 63 64 63 63 63 63 65 65 61 60 61 61 61 62 64 64 59 57 59 59 59 59 61 60 61 63 63 62 February Maximum.... 66 67 67 65 64 65 65 65 64 65 65 65 63 62 63 63 63 63 63 61 63 63 6 3 63 636 63 63 --64 Minimum.... 65 66 65 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 65 63 60 60 61 61 61 63 60 59 60 61 61 62 60 61 61 1-62 March Maximum .... 6363 64 66 68 68 6666 65 67 69 71 71 71 70 69 71 72 72 71 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 669 9 69 69 68 Minimum.... 63 61 62 64 66 66 64 63 64 65 66 68 69 69 67 68 69 69 70 69 67 65 64 65 65 67 67 65 65 65 67 66 April Maximum.... 70 71 71 71 71 71 68 69 69 71 73 71 71 71 69 71 7171 72 73 73 7373 72 71 72 71 71 72 71 -71 Minimum.... 67 67 6868 69 68 6765 66 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 69 69 71 71 71 71 71 69 69 70 69 71 71 -69 May Maximum.... 71 69 70 72 73 7 7 74 7 7 744 7 7 7 74 75 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 74 7737474737373 753 737373 4 73 73 74 73 79 Minimum.... 69 67 68 69 69 696 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 71 71 7171 71 1 171 171 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 June Maximum.... 74 74 74 73 73 74 74 75 74 74 75 74 75 76 75 76 75 773 73 74 75 73 73 73 73 4 4 73 -74 Minimum.... 717 71 71 7171 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 3 73 72 72 73 72 72 72 71 71 72 727 2 -72 July Maximum .... 75 75 75 75 75 75 76 74 73 75 74 74 74 73 73 75 757 76 76 75 76 75 75 73 73 75 75 5 76 75 75 Minimum.... 72 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 7.3 71 71 71 72 72 71 73 73 73 74 74 74 75 73 73 73 73 74 73 73 74 73 August Maximum.... 75 75 76 75 77 77 77 75 76 76 77 75 77 75 75 757 5 7 5 75 75 75 5 75 75 76 75 75 757 75 73 Minimum .... 73 74 7475 74 74 74 75 75 7575 74 75 75 75 74 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 7474 74 73 7373 74 74 September Maximum.... 75 75 75 76 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 755 75 75 7 7 5 7 7574 73 7 3 74 76 73 74 73 73 73 7 72 72 73 72 -74 Minimum.... 73 774 7474 73 737373 733 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 72 73 73 72 71 71 72 7272 2 71 -73

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Table 6. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surace water--Continued 13, ECONFINA CREEK HEAR RENNETT, FLA, Temperature ('F) of water, water year October 1963 to September 1964 Day Month ----Average SI1 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13114 15 16 17118 19 20 21122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 _ rMaxu .71 72 72 72 73 73 72172 71172 71 70 71 72 71 72 72 71 70 7l1 71 7 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 69 68 71 Minimum .70 71 7171 7169 6970 69 68 69 70 69 70 69 68 69 69 69 6970 7171 70 71 69 67 66 70 November I M mum ... 69 6 67 68 69 70' 70;69 69 69 69 69 6666 66 67 68 68 69 69 70 69 69 6 69 70 70 70 66 6 Minimum.... 6767 65 66 686969 61 68 68 69 67 66 65 4 64 6566 666 676 6967 67 68 69 70 66 65 -67 December Maximm .... 65 66 66 65 65 65 666 65 65 67 68 65 6 62 6 63 63 636 64 64 65 64 63 64 66 65 65 64 64 65 Minimum ... 464 65 64 64 64 6565 65 64 64 65 67 65 62 60 62 62 62 62 62 64 64 62 62 62 64 64 664 64 59 6 January .i Ma m 59 59 62 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 6060 59 57 5 60 60 60 62 64 63 63 64 66 67 66 65 65 64 65 66 31 Mini 56 56 9 626363 6262 63 60 5859 576 5758 58 6062 62 62 63 64 66 65 64 64 6 63 65 61 Febru ryI Maximum .. 66 66 66 65 66 65 64 64 634 64 6 4 6 6666 66 666666 64 64 664 64 64 64 65 64 60 58 --64 Minimum.. 66 64 6565 65 64 63 62 61 62 646 63 65 5 65 64 64 63 62 62 63 63 62 64 63 60 58 56 --63 tj March Maximum.... 62 65 65 66 67 66 67 68 70'70 68;69 6970 70 69 6769 6666 67 667 67 69 67 68 68 68 66 Minimum.... 3B 62 65 65 66 64 64 66 66'68 677 67 68 69 68 66 66 66 66 6665 66 66 67 67 65 69 68 66 69 66 April i Maximum.... 67 68 68 70 70 70 7071 69 6970 71 69 69 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 74 72 72 71 72 71 -71 Minimum.... 6566 68 6 69 70 7070 68167 6768 70 68 68 67 6869 70 7 70 70 71 72 72 72 T1 70 70 69 -69 May I Maximum .... 71 70 71 71 71 72 72 73 73 73 74 74 74 73 73 73 773 73 74 4 74 74 75 73 74 75 75 76 75 75 73 Minimum.... 70 70 70 69 69 70 70170 71.72 727 72 1 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 72 73 73 73 74 72 72 71 June i Maximum.... 74 75 75 75 74 74 75 74 75 74 7575 76 76 76 76 76 76 775 76 7 76 79 75 75 75 74 75 75 76 -75 Minimum.... 72 73 72 72 72 73 72 73 7 3 7474 74 74 744 74 74 7 74 74 74 76 -7 Mximum .... 75 76 76 76 76 76 76 7 774 74 75 74 75 7676 79 755 7 5 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 79 76 76 76 75 Minimum .... 74 74 744 74 74 7373 7 4 774 74 74 74 74 7 74 74 74 75 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 September Maximum.... 76176 75 76 75 7 75 7 757575 74 4 74 7 7 774 74 74 74 74 7 747 14 74 74 -74 Minimum.... 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 73 73 7 73 73 73 73 733 72 T 72 72 721 739 74 719 1 -73

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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Temperature (°F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963 Day AverMonth--------------------1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15!16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 262728 29 30 31 age October....... ----------71 70 71 74 7474 7 71 74 72 69 70 71 73 71 7016 67 69 6 71 68 November..... 65 65 67 65 65 67 67 67 64 63 63 66 68 65 63 66 67 69 69 68 70 66 68 63 65 64 62 64 62 64 -66 December..... 65 65 64 64 66 61 60 64 63 61 61 59 58 57 59 62 64 63 66 67 68 67 67 65 67 64 63 64 66 63 62 63 anuary........ 61 61 60 61 62 64 62 63 61 65 67 64 61 59 59 60 60 64 65 57 60 58 61 58 56 59 60 58 59 62 64 61 February....... 66 67 65 61 62 63 63 61 62 66 61 69 5 61 59 60 61 59 57 59 59 61 59 61 59 61 59 5 ---61 March......... 62 59 61 65 67 63 62 63 64 69 66 70 70 70 68 69 6970 71 70 67 65 6366 6567 6666 66 66 67 66 Aril.......... 68 69 68 68 69 70 67 66 67 69 70 70 69 67 67 67 67 70 71 71 72 72 70 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 -69 May........ 69 67 68 69 69 70 70 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 722 72 73 72 71 71 71 71 71 71 70 72 72 72 71 71 71 June .......... 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 74 74 74 74 7 73 7473 73 73 733 73 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 -73 July........... 72 773 73 3 773 74 74 74 74 73 72 72 73 3 73 73 73 73 72 73 73 74 73 72 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 August........ 73 73 73 75 73 74 73 74 74 74 74 74 7 73 7 73 73 73 72 773 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 September..... 73 74 7373 73 72 73 73 73 73 72 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 74 72 70 70 71 72 72 71 70 -72 18. ECONFINA CREEK ABOVE GAINER SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETI, FLA. Temperature (OF) of water, October to December 1963 Day AverMonth age S 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 October....... 69 7 0 70 70 70 69 68 70 68 6 59 69 68 69 70 69 68 68 68 68 68 70 70 70 7270 696 64 69 November..... 66 65 62 66 6768 68 66 66 68 68 66 64 62 6263 64 64 65 66 67 68 69 66 6668 68 70 6663 -66 December ..... 6263 63 61 62 61 62 61 62 61 63 67 64 61 57 58 59 60 59 59 71 62 62 59 9 59 63 1 6163 99 61

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Table 5. -Daily spectiic conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 21. ECONFINA CREEK ABOvE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, "EAR BENVETT, FLA, Temperature (OF) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963 Day _y Aver. Month -Av 2 3 4 5 6 17 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 'e October ....... November..... 64 63 65s 1 6 65 656 6 60 62 64 66 63 60 64 71 69 66 61 6966 62 6 63 62 58 62 69 63 -64 December..... 63 62 6061 62 59 56 60 59 57 5755 53 52 54 56 60 59 63 64 66 65 65 6 65 61 59 61 64 60 8 60o IJnumar........ 58 56 5 596 58 60 59 0 5 6 61 64 9 59 55 56 57 57 61 62 69 58 54 58 95 52 55 96 54 56 58 62 58 February..... 63 65 9 63 599 60 57 59 58 63 58 55 9 54 55 96 57 56 53 55 95 59 54 S8 55 9 ---57 March........ 9 56 5866 6 6 64 60 59 60 62 64 66 69 68 67 67 72 72 72 71 71 70 70 71 711 71 71 1 71 71 71 67 P. April........... 66 68 66 67 68 69 65 4 65 68 6969 68 65 64 64 65 68 69 70 70 72 71 71 70 68 67 69 69 70 -66 May.......... 6 66 6 67 6 9 69 70 71 70 71 71 72 71 72 72 7273 7171 7070 70 70 7070 71 72 7271 70 70 June........ 72 70 70 71 71 71 7172 73 74 7474 74 7 5 79 74 797 73 73 17 7 7 73 73 72 7272 79 7 -73 July......... 72 73 73 73 7 73 76 75 74 74 79 72 71 73 72 7373 73 74 73 73 747 74 74 727 73 74 7 73 73 73 August........ 747 74 76 7474 74 75 75 75 74 74 74175 74 74 73 73 74 7 7 7317 73 73 73 4 7 77474 74 74 7 74 September.... 73 74 73 73 773 73 74 73 72 73 73 7 7 72 72 72 72 771 71 72 73 71 6 68 70 71 71 70 70 -72 21. ECO(FINA .CREEK ABOVE WILLIFORD SPRINGS, NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Temperature (iF) of water, October to December 1963 Month y-Aver1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 261 27 28 29 30 31 aeC October....... 68 69 70 69 70 69 69 68 67 69 66 66 68 68 66 68 68 66 66 66 66 66 66 68 68 6 662 61 67 November ..... 64 6 62 64 66 66 63 64 66 66 64 61 58 58 8 60 62 62 63 64 6 68 64 6366 67 68 660 -6 December ..... ------------56 94 4 7 595 59 57 57 so 9 -

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Table 5. -Daily specific conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Temperature (°F) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963 MonDay AerMonth 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 e October....... ----------73 72 72 73 73 73 73 75 7 71 72 73 74 72 7371 7174 2 74 7.1 November..... 70 71 70 70 71 72 72 71 70 70 72 71 72 71 71 72 7272 72 72 72 771 771 7 1 71 71 70 70 70 70 -71 December ..... 71 71 71 71 71 70 770 70 70 70 71 69 69 69 70 71 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 70 71 70 70 70 71 70 69 70 anuay........ 70 70 69 69 7069 69 70 69 71 72 71 69 69 69 70 69 71 71 72 69 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 70 71 72 70 ebruary....... 71 72 7070 0 70 70 69 70 70 7270 70 69 70 69 7070 70 70 70 69 70 71 70 70 69 70 ---70 March......... 7170 7271 7070 70 70 71 70 71 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 2 71 70 71 70 72 71 71 7171 71 71 71 71 4 April.......... 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 72 71 1 717 7171 71 72 7272 72 73 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 -72 SMay........... 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 72 June .......... 72 71 72 72 7272 722 722 72 72 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 -72 July........... 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 723 72 72 72 7272 72722 7272 72 72 72 72 August........ 73 72 72 73 72 72 72 2 2 7272 7273 7 72 72 7272 7272 72 72 7272 7272 7272 7279 72 72 September..... 72 72 72 72 72 72 2 73 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 72 72 72 72 72 71 -72 23. GAINER SPRINGS NEAR BENNETT, FLA. Temperature (°F) of water, October to December 1963 Day AverMonth ---age S1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 age October....... 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7272727272 272 -72 7170 70 72 235947 November..... 72 71 71 72 72 7271 71 71 7271 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 717272 7 1 71 72 72 72 70 70 -71 December ..... 7171 770 7 70 70 71 70 70 7172 7170 69 70 70 1 71 70 70 7070 770 7 0 70 71 70 70

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Table .5 -Daily speclfic conductance and temperature of surface water-Continued 38, WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BENNETT, FLA, Temperature (1*) of water, water year October 1962 to September 1963 Monthy -Aver. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Le October ....... November..... 70 69 71 70 70 7272 70 70 69 722 72 72 71 70 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 70 72 70 70 71 71 71 -71 December..... 71 71 711 71 0 69 71 70 69 71 69 69 70 0 71 71 70 71171 7171 71 70 71 70 71 71 1 70 70 70 January...... 70 70 70 70 70 7171 701 70 71 71 71 70 69 70 70 70 71 71 71 69 70 71 69 60 70 70 70 70 72 70 February....... 7 71 70 70 0 71 700 70 70 71 70 70 70 70 69 70 70 70 0 70 67 770 7070 70 69 --70 MaSch........ 71 70 7071 7 70 70 70 71 71 72 72 72 70 7172 7272 171 69 69 70 69 65 62 60 6 6 64 65 64 63 64 64 6 April.......... 72 72 71 71 71 72 71 71 71 72 72 71 71 70 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 711 71 71 72 72 71 May........... 71 71 71 71 72 71 72 72 72 71 727 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 7272 71 72 June .......... 72 71 72 72 722 72 72 727 72 2 71 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 July...........72 72 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 22 72 72 7272 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 7 72 72 August........ 72 72 72 73 7272 2 72 7 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 722 2722 72 72 72 72 72 72 September..... 72 72 72 72 7272 72 72 72 722 72 2 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 772 72 71 71 72 272 72 72 71 -72 38. WILLIFORD SPRING NEAR BSINETf, FLA. Temperature (*F) of water, October to December 1963 MonthDa Aver1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 V Otober ....... 72 72 72 71 72 71 71 71 72 7172 7 2 72 71 71 71 7271 71 71 72 71 7170 70 71 November ..... 7 7 72 7171 71 71 71 71 71 70 7 70 70 71 2 71 1 71 717 7 1 71 7701 72 1 72 72 72 70 71 -71 December ... -------------70 70 69 70 70 70 70 70 70 0 71 70 70 70 69 -

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Table 6. Chloride content of water in Deer Point Lake (See figure 3 for station location) A-Surface sample; B-Bottom sample; C-Depth integrated sample (Analyses for stations 1 to 6 by Florida State Board of Health) Station 1 _Station 4 Date A B Date A B 11-16-61 7100 9700 11-16-61 15100 17200 11-17-61 6000 7400 11-17-61 4500 7100 11-20-61 2300 7400 11-20-61 3300 5300 11-22-61 2950. 4500 11-22-61 4200 4800 11-28-61 1350 6000 11-28-61 3250 3250 11-30-61 1890 2730 11-30-61 3180 3270 .12-04-61 180 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500 12-08-61 1100 2800 12-08-61 2000 2000 12-20-61 810 540 12-20-61 810 550 01-04-62 92 -470 01-04-62 550 660 01-16-62 160 270 01-16-62 220 220 01-23-62 31 200 01-23-62 270 01-30-62 45 92 01-30-62 140 140 02-20-62 58 70 02-20-62 220 220 03-13-62 48 70 03-13-62 145 145 Station 2 Station 5 Date A B Date A B 11-16-61 4100 7100 11-16-61 15000 14800 11-17-61 9200 7000 11-17-61 6000 7100 11-20-61 4900 12500 11-20-61 6000 4500 11-22-61 4450 9000 11-22-61 3950 3950 11-28-61 2750 3600 11-28-61 3500 8000 11-30-61 2960 4810 11-30-61 3420 3400 12-04-61 3300 3500 12-04-61 1400 4100 12-08-61 1650 2000 12-08-61 2400 2000 12-20-61 980 750 12-20-61 1400 1300 01-04-62 270 750 01-04-62 750 550 01-16-62 410 470 01-16-62 410 280 01-23-62 290 270 01-23-62 210 270 01-30-62 110 145 01-30-62 160 980 02-20-62 145 155 02-20-62 230 1450 03-13-62 110 15 03-13-62 210 1850 Station 3 Station 6 Date A B Date A B 11-16-61 10000 12500 11-16-61 14000 10000 11-17-61 6000 14800 11-17-61 5400 8500 11-20-61 4900 4900 11-20-61 5300 15100 11-22-61 3000 3150 11-22-61 4000 4150 11-28-61 3250 3400 11-28-61 3300 3300 11-30-61 2770 2720 11-30-61 3400 3400 12-04-61 1100 2800 12-04-61 2400 3500 12-08-61 1100 1650 12-08-61 2400 2400 12-20-61 1300 550 12-20-61 660 430 01-04-62 270 410 01-04-62 470 550 01-16-62 270 230 01-16-62 410 410 01-23-62 250 260 01-23-62 260 330 01-30-62 140 190 01-30-62 190 210 02-20-62 180 210 02-20-62 310 1750 03-13-62 145 180 03-13-62 210 1550 Station 7 Station 8 Station 9 Date C Date C Date C 12-11-61 8550 12-11-61 2150 12-11-61 4275 02-05-62 325 02-05-62 182 02-05-62 975 05-09-62 80 05-09-62 90 05-09-62 8.0 09-12-62 64 09-12-62 48 09-13-62 5.2 10-10-62 46 10-10-62 36 10-11-62 8.0 47

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Table 7. Records of rainfall in the Econfine Creek bsin area. Meesured by standard S-in. precipitation gage (U.S. Weather Bureau). Rilnfall In tnches. At Hurst's ftrm (30a32' N. 81*32' W. see fig. 6). L -.037_. ._... Mr °. l yj LitL ; | _ ., ---1 .I. ---.o... -o. .... .. 1. 1 ! .0 1.10 ..02 L .--• ... .;' " [ ^ "' .... ..It -l.. .0 .,' "0-6 " ,_; ....t „ o .. .o _ L .5 ..-10 .27 .10 31.3 3__ _2.__s 1.32 ft , ~i •,77 : .36 , *u ; -, _ __ --.__ _ -; * -* .1 .: 1 _, .... ._ _' I .-. .. ... .... , 20 .01 .A0 .. ..... .M. , .. ..-.......u. . ,. 1 _ .1 ...o ..... .., 2 .:i! ....-5 -J ..... ...... 00e r1.32 S ..I3 .9 LI .L 0t0r 4.04 _ ---------m .-.o .o '7 1. 02 .40 .40 __L .s i..__.56 .05 ^1 ' n-r~-:-*"-~^~~---'-"----iYd --*-* 0 ..03 3..1 2 1. 3.59 1 7.02 111 6 ..1 ~ 3."" .. 10 48

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Table 7 conltnued At S1iemore~' farm (30*30' N. 85*35' :;, see fig. 6). 1962 ..... .. .. ----I-.+ ---f-~ .... ~i --~-Z1~~ -ZI;_ ........ ..... ... do 62. 0 do2 1.20 do 2.6 110 do ....... .... .o " SI ___ ddo -+ ......... + .4.. -_ -....... ... .". .. .-I-' .J+,l' 90 0...... ... _ ..... " -+ 1isr---120::I----di o -2 _89_ , ' .3 do-1 o. -do o ,7.t 85 e2.61 e .10 2.01 550 2.50 1963 S.' .F reb. .. .. ar. ... ... I -a June july u S ....... e... -* ... ^I5...I.;--1 --oj--r.Mi--J ^ --.O* ,,"1 -+ "" i .... ..... _...... ..... ..... -.. ... -.. ..9 .o... ... .0 _ .......... 2_____ .... _o .I ~ I_ _ 22 1 .2 7. p I I 2.00 .50 2. Q58. 2 ... ..70SR 5 .r , , . UEL--' .20 -50 ..1 1963 ,-..-. -_I l ... u ..... .,9 2,.2._ _ _ I _ __Jl5--.. .. .. _.. 19 .2L _ " ' '0"+ ---1. ....1.2 0 . i __ 2,.92 __ -_ q_ i ,__ _,o _ _ .. i?... .12 1' '5 _ .04 .03 1 1 t 0.0o -. .o~ .~ ......~ .o Z -'T.7 6-+J-5 1 ..0.13___ 1t----20 .__ 0 .1.. !8 " t__ 1 .2 I 1.9 0.12 i _ ;& 1 .o .03 _ .78.6o _ ___ 2. 29 20 .5-8 1 -.-05 1 JL ...37 I-. Vo , 1 4..o N.R,-No record 49

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'bOI can7fltum * At I. V. Enflnaer's fatr (30*241 N. 68 331' W. fig. 6). 1962 k.6 .1 ..1 .40 2.. Vv 1. ; ----I -i:1A,.K< ±tr L.72 .37 -.92 -22~ .6. 30 1 , ý-t i'z·~ .1 ..51 1 .16 , .64_ CIS *1.20 * 10 L -A ,31 6 2020 --~ ~ 0 9 17_____ -26L.27 1963 -T0,17 ---I., i3.:;t 111~i_. ____ -4~!P. 1 L'L 0 --. 32 -.12 -0 ----do L -l i a. -__1-__ 207 *MCr begle bher so

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Table 8. Record of wells in the Econftna Creek Basin area. Well number: See figure for explanation of well-numbering systear. precision leveling; to a foot, interpolated from topographic maps. Owner: C, county; I, Industry; H, municipality; P, private; S, state; Water level: To tenth of a foot it measured by vet-cape method or if .U, U.S. Government. taken from recorder chart. To nearest foot, If measured by pressure Depth of well: Reported unless otherwise noted by M, measured by gage or air line. Reported measurement (A), U.S. Geological Survey. Well finish! 0, cased to aquifer, open hole in aquifer; 5, sand point; T, screeno Chemical analyses available: C, complete; E, complete and bicterioMethod of drilling: C, cable tool; D, dug; E, driven; J, Jetted; R, logical; P, partial. rotary; V, reverse rotary; X, other or unknown. Yield and drawdowns Reported unless noted by M, measured by U.S. Type of pump: C, centrifugal; J, Jet; ., none; 5, submergible; T, Geological Survey, turbine. Remarks: Owner's well number: I?, International Paper Company; L., Use of water: D, domestic; I, industrial; R, irrigation; P, Long Beach; H, Millille; , St. Andrew; U, U.S. "avy ineo Defense municipal or public supply; T, test or observation, Laboratory; W or Wgi, Florida Geological Survey. Logst 3, reaisAquifer(s): F, Floridan; e , secondary artesian aquifer; W, watertivity and/or spontaneous potential; G, sagm ray; L, geologists table aquifer, and/or samples available; V, current meter; H 5, hydrogen sulfide Altitude of land-surface datum: To tenth of a foot if determined by taste and odor. A 5-9-62, sampling date of chemical analysis listed. Casing Water level af GA , , ... .. aa 04 a# COURIT " (I.. -2i mber a % Remarks I id , 1 a a o , ... 'o .! s °| __l _ allilljiliiAij.l____ V, SAY cOwIt >956-525-221 P 1950 63 I -4 0 C I1 --12.2 -10.32 4-14-61 .... .... ..---------2275,L (295657B0852507.1, 956-325-223 P 1951 81 H 216 4 0 C 1t -S 16.0 -6.50 4-14-61 ----(2956530852508.1, 001-532-213 U 1961 610 350 6 0 R TI FF 21.2 -34 10-22-62 400 14 18 C --500 96 -A 59-62 (30014700853230.1) 003-531-333 U *-447 304 8 0 R T P F 10.5 -17.06 4-30-62 ---320 ----72.5 .--E , A 2-1-62 (300310N0853105.1) 003-534-113 U 1959 645 345 16 0 V T P F 27,8 -90.44 10-21-62 843 145 22 C 177 503 .W-4982, L, A 10-20-59 003-535-121A U 1902 661 356 12 0 V T P F 24.2 -7.22 10-21-62 944 182 24 C 77 421 3.5 4 11-9-62 (30035810853539.2) /1A/ Refer to siction or well lberin sy ter l or ini erretao of vell numbers.

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Table 8 Const ied Wager level Iw II I I ..ii t1? I ... .• I P I SA i i 004-533-442 U 1958 350 260 6 0 1 T 1 F 8.0 -33 4-11-61 --180 12 P 72 400 *-A 3-21-59 (30041030853305, 004-535-323 0 1954 487 337 12 0 1I 1P 30.9 -74,11 4-11-61 732 109 23 C 76 508 * I -W-3371, L,AI-15-55,Detroyed (300420U053544.1 (3020B853544.2* U 1965 738 338 12 0 V 7 P F 30.9 --1,050 180 24 C -508 172 19 A 5-20-S6 004-535-333 0 1941 435 356 12 0 T Pr F 24.2 -101.9 4-11-61 1,100 212 2 C -500 --590 , L, A 7-31-50 (3004071053555.1 004-535-343 V 1962 174 , 170 4 0 R T S 29.3 *34.40 109-62 ------15 *--, C, L, 177387 (30040430853540. 1 (3000435351 0 191 43 339 12 0 V T P F 26.2 -27.5 9-2-216 317 126 22 C 77 500 ,E, 7-31-50, D-tUy L 004-35,-434A U 1961 653 339 12 0 V T P 26.2 -124.9 2-25-62 1,087 205 25 C 75 500-----A 11-22-51 (000430453517.2 004-536-214 V 1958 44 351 16 0 V T P 31.2 -74.48 10-21-62 839 141 22 C 78 620 53 -A 1-19-59 (30045301853621.1 006-525-224 P .--..----. ... 3 0 I r 9.6 4.0 7-10-61 220 4 1 C ---A 89-62 (300449M052504.1 006-536-224 1------0 T P F 10 -. -----(3006406853604. 1 006-536-423 -------4 T -11U. -41.71 2-8-63 --(30061960853614.1 006-537-131 U 1959 ----0 TV 7 16.2 -43.2 4-11-61 -50 -5 ---A 4-30-62 (30064310853759.1 006:540412 0 1961 500 324 16 0 V T I 16.1 -39.00 10-21-62 515 58 17C -----5812, L, A 5-9-62 (30063050854017.1 007-535-144 1948 28 185 4 0 D 1.8 -40 r 12-15-48 97 222 ---1859, L, A 6-1950 (3007050853538.1 1

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Table 8 Continued Casing Water level a 8 0., 5 , .7 S?= o. Well " S 40 ,00 15CIO 05 55 7,a ~____I a a .a H 5 3 g )________ 007-535-334A P 1948 76 M 76 4 T -YI T S 8.5 -8.96 1-29-63 4050 1280 575 C 72 50 --17417 , L.A 1-29-63 (300705o1053537.1)i 007-535-s334 P1956 380 --4 0 -SP 10 -----------417 6 236 C 70 ----19-6 (300705110853537.2) 007-543-113 S -400 -8 0 -T P F 12.9 -25.28 10-19-62 --73 -----A 2-14-62 (30074810854353.1) 007-544-122 S ------4 --T P F 10 ------------------(30075710854432.1) 007-544-422 S ----------4 --T P 20 -------------(30072910854405.1) S008-535-143 P 1963 317 H -6 -R T P F 30 -132.29 5-17-63 ----(30083310853541.1) 008-536-122 C -78 H -4 --I T S 10 -15.11 1-10-62 -----(30085910853633.1) 008-536-132 I 1947 501 219 18 0 P. N -F 22 -------20 ------IP-22, A 6-26-63 (30044410853651.1) 008-536-142 1 1948 501 219 18 0 R 11 -F 18.6 -144.42 6-26-63 --8 -------IP-23, A 6-26-63 (30004110853633.1) 008-536-241 P ---------6 -7T P F 30 ----------(3000381r0854608.1) 008-536-414 P--------6 -R P 25 --------(300820110853617.1) 008-536-442 C 1942 285 200 4 0 -I T F 22.3 -116.28 24.64 ----------V-224, L, E, G (300809110853601.1)

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Table 8 Consinuad a S Casag Wa er level (3000 110853608. 537-23 '0 0 6 i 6,5 2 9 I .. , d A amber e l r r I 0r d * g b R Sk g 1: _____ g i i £ _ _ __ I .ga I f______ (3008070085308.1 00537-232 1 O1930 506 .-. 16 0 It I -r 15.2 -99 5-15-42 -29 -..-... .. 114, dtroyed, AI118 (3009450863720.1 008-537-234 11930 361 -16 0 R T I 13.4 -117 6-37 347 --. --.... -5, A 2-1-8 (30083450853722.1 008-537-241 1 1930 510 -16 0 R N -7 29.0 -126.57 5-23-42 -----------.-7.3, destrotyd (30084210853713.1 kn S008-537-242 I 1930 361 -16 0 R -I 22 ----729 12 20( C 76 -.--I S-2, A 8-21-63 (3008A420853701.1 1 008-537-342 I 1930 490 140 16 0 R T I 1 10 -92.59 8-20-36 ---28 ----6, A2-19-48 (30082490853731.1 008-537-343 I 1930 520 140 16 0 R N -V 10 -116.55 5-23-42 ..---.------7, destroymd (3008190853743.1 008-537-421 I 1930 350 200 18 0 R H -7 6 3 1 1930 -----700 k0 -Z1 test, -1UO, L, (30082650853709.1 deetroyd 008-537-422 I 1930 780 -16 0 R 9N -F 20 --------------72 -------------1. destroyad, A2-1948 (30082910853705.1 008-543-423 --... .. .D 5 ....... ........ .... .... .... ... .... .. (30081680854310.1 008-44-44 5 ---30 -4 --T 10 -..-------465 47 141 C ----.A 5-8-62 (30080780854404.1 008-545-126A 1961 ----4 -I 3 7 F 14 -22.68 12-14-61 --90 ------A 2-14-62 (300846M0854534.1

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Table 8 Continued Caing Water level M o C a ? g 0 U |t 3 01 A 2 008-545-224 --10 -H -E -V 8 -4.80 1-29-63 78 11 2C C 67 ---A1-29-63 (30084o10854519.1 (30083810854501.1 009-533-331 I 1958 570 201 18 0 V T I F 26.8 -109.28 10-18-62 -19.5 --73 654 --IP-37, A 11-16-61 (3009010853357.1 009-533-342 1962 577 180 18 0 V T I F 13.9 -92.43 32-62 490 56 17 C 77 700 ]9.4 -IP-39, W-5369, L, (30098f80853335.1 A 8-21-63 009-534-331 1 1953 505 201 18 0 R T I F 29.8 -115.80 10-18-62--------433 --IP-32 (300910H0853459.1 009-534-332 I 1953 512 202 18 0 R T I F 31.5 -115.55 10-18-62 ---------712 433 ---IP-33 (30091010853446.1 009-534-342 11955 512 205 18 0 R T I F 32.2 -116.63 10-18-62 -----72.6 609 --IP-35 (300908H0853436.1 009-534-433 1 1955 515 203 18 0 T I F 28.2 -113.85 10-18-62 -------2.4 663 --IP-36 (30090410853427.1 009-534-441 1960 575 205 18 0 V T I F 32.8 -118.26 10-18-62 ---...-72 776 ---1P-38 (3009130853414.1 009-535-332 I 1948 470 206 18 0 R T I F 28.1 -67.5 1 4-21-48 ------* -.1 470 17 -IP-26,1 (30091210853551.1 009-535-341 1948 500 213 18 0 R T I F 27.1 -57 1 5-48 ------2.0 556 1-1P-27 (300910H0853537.1

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T*blu I Cont nued ,. Caitna Water levl 009-535-431 1952 492 209 18 0 R T 1 1 34.7 -122.63 10-18-62.. ---7LO 483' N IP-30 (300911i0853525. 009-535-1l I 1952 510 202 18 0 1 T I 7 28.3 -129.61 10-18-62 318 9 156 73 394 -1-31, A 0-21-58 (300910N0853511.1 009.536-123 1 1950 81 27 18 T R T I W 30 .-... ........ ---10.5 * ---*-IP-29, A U-16-61 (300950N0853645.1 009-536-133A I 1949 84 36 18 T R T I 30 -24 I 3-24-49 --* *** -380 --P28 (30093700853656.1 009-536-133B C 1951 103 66 8 T C T P S 30 ..... ........ .... ... ... ... ... --.2407, L (300936N0853655.1 0 009-536-142A 1 1933 394 10O 16 0 R T I 24.0 -93.90 2-4-64 *-16 ----*-IP-14, A date unknown (300943110853635.1 009-536-1421 I 1935 85 60 10 T R N -W 25 -.....--10 -.-----I-13, A dae unknown (300943N0853635.2: 009-536-143A 1 1935 460 40 16 0 R T I 24.6 -98.08 2-4-64 --18.. -4* -----IP--12, A date unnown (300937N0853644.1 009-536-143B I 1935 88 60 10 T R T I 25 ....... ---..-.. .... 10 -. ----.--P-11, A date nknown (300937H0853644.2 009-536-213A 1 1935 427 140 16 0 R T -I 27.6 -95.16B 4-23-42 300 7 .S1 C 74 550 ---P-216, A 8-21-63 (300949N0853626.1 009-536-213B I 1935 85 60 10 TR I -W 30 ..........-..-299 6 10 C 74 402 M ---IP-15, A 8-21-68 (300949N0853626.2 009-536-233A 1 1941 300 -16 0 R TI 7 32 -60 I 12-1941 .--48 -----* ---. IP-18, A 7-20-45 (30093720853626.1 009-536-233B I 1941 110 60 10 T R T I W 32 ----------.... 19 -----IP-19, A 2-19-48 (300937N0853626.2

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Table 8 Continued Casing Watoer level Well a 1 J ia .3 number V. Remark e u W * 1 a 8 a S 0.5 10 o RamIrI§ wc i0 1 I 1 i _ ! a a g s as. §_______ _ ; 009-536-312A I 1935 520 --16 0 R N 1 P 28.3 -106.84 2-4-64 ---28 ------IP-10, abandoned, (300925N0853651.1 A 2-19-48 009-536-312B 5 1935 90 60 10 R N -W 30 -----------13 -.---.-IP-17, abandoned, (30092590853651.2 A 2-19-48 009-536-3120 I 1945 67.5 38 18 T R T I W 25 ----.-----. .160 15 35 C 75 ----IP--21, A 8-21-63 (300930N0853648.1 009-536-313 I 1930 79 60 10 T R N -W 30 ---------1 -----IP-8, A date unknown (30091910853656.1 009-536-331A I 1944 503 201 18 0 R T I F 27.1 -110 .1944 --30 --72.0 .--IP-20, A 7-20-45 (300910N0853653.1 009-536-331B P 1944 148 40 2 0 E N -S 30 -----------------15 ---W-854, L (30091210853655.1 009-536-342 I 1948 501 201 18 0 R T I 1 12.9 -100 I 2-24-48 420 41 164 c 76 394 .-. -11p-24, A 8-21-63 (30091080853634.1 009-536-441 I 1948 501 199 18 0 R T I F 19.6 -86.5 4-31-48 ---------300 9 -IP-25, L (300912N0853614.1 009-536-443 P ---23 M 20 1S E -W 25 -6.58 1-29-63 115 18 10 0 75 2 --A 1-29-63 (300906N0853613.1 009-537-133A M 1936 98 79 8 T R T P W 30 -12.5 1936 --. 20 ---70 190 --M-2, A 11-15-61 (30093690853759.1 009-537'-133B M 1936 135 135 8 T a T P S 30 -12.5 I 1936 -165 ---70 350 ---M-3 , A 11-15-61 (300931N0853759.1 009-537-1330 M --375 --0 R T P F 30 -113.71 10-18-62 --16 -.-----M-5 , A 11-15-61 (300931N0853758.1 009-537-134 M 1936 170 80 8 T R T P 30 11 1936 195 15 30 70 10 -, W151, L, (300932N0853751.1 A 5-7-62 l;

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1blea 8 Coat ,"ud C tag Vator level " mashe I a 009537-2 30 A 2-19-4 (300956 3 1 803.1 107.23 12761 A 5-7-l2 ______ ilJk i'li i JlZ ii Ptill____ 009-538-224 I .l. 512 16 0 1 T -F 32.6 -109.2 10-18.... 13 * -, l-», A .1-14«1 (300920853701.1 009-539-13 4 148 90 154 51 4 T --I 13 -9.5 1-----44 -----.... ... .... .. (30093210853947.1 009-539-143 x 1950 580 222 1 0 -3 6. -1.09 4-20-55 4 34 C 75 700 --7 Destro-35, r i (3009335853403.1 107.23 1276 A -7 2 pt. 009-539-224 K -512 161 0 R T 32.6 -51 09.24 10-19562 -139 --500 --A 10-16-6 (3009324853916.1 009-539-134 908 30 18 8 -1.11 1908 A (3009221853955.1 00 009-539-143 P 199 63 0 200 6 0 C --r 20 -41.0 584-36 -------160 ---S -24e (300923853944.1 4h l pt. 009-539-2431A C -1958 3 16 3 4 0 5 S 20 4-24.04 10-15-6 -92 ------A 1-6-62 (3009130853930.1 009-539-4313 -1908 0 10 0 X -5 13.11 190 ----1 -P -----A 1-1-64d 009-539-321 1 1943480 234 6 0 C -P r 20 -45 5843 -------------160 ---lft 214 009-539-431A C--98 --3 IR -S 20 -24.04 10-13-62 60 13 ---P --------1-6-6 (30091430853930.1 009-5394318 C-s40 --2 TI R -v 20 -------------------7 41 -. 1----*-----1-6-6 (30091410853930.2 009-539-431C C 198 357 231 4 0 T -20 -71 8-30-58 -----(3009153853927.1 i! '

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Table 8 Continued o a U 9 009-5A-311 P 1962 535 294 6 0 R T P F 10 *48.57 10-18-62 559 131 C -150 70 8-21-53 (300923S88O5459.1 010-536-332 1 1962 86 60 IS T V T I V 32 -21.92 1-18-64 77 7 21 C 70 510 --XP-40 , A 8-21-63 (3010121M083646.11 s KM t "III 010-536-343 1 1 5 42 18 T I -------------34 (30100010853643.1 010-37-321 1963 315 230 2 0 R I T F .30 -79.5 12-63 (301028-053745.1 010-541-112 N 1956 598 223 26 0 i T V F 10 -78.0 1 105-54 ---70 .. ..554 W-3648, L, 8-8 S(301057084149. A 1 -14 -61 010-123 --2.3 -3.6 8-20-36 -20 A (301006i 135.1 -70.26 10-18-62 010-542-212 H -19622194 1 0 R T P 10 -48.5723 10-17-2 559 70 15 --150 -70 -3, 9-684, (300923085445921.1A 1-1-61 010-54-3324 1962 86 260 1817 0 T I W 32 -21.92 1-18-6 77 7 2 C 70 510 --I S-30, L V, 8-1-635 (30101230853646. 1 010-536-343 11953 65 426 18 0 TI 3 -------1--1---0 2----25 C ----IP-341(301000110853643.1 010-545-414 U 1952 603 260 12 0 CT P F -0 130 1-30-52 12uO 250 264 C 7 350 .. ... S-2, W-2902, L., 010-537-321 P 19473 43 292 10 TP 7.9 67.1 4121 397 9 -2 51 1378, L, (301028110853745. 1 9 f 010-541-112 n 1954 598 223 16 0 R V T 10 -78.0 105-5' -70 -4' --5 ---------3648, 1, S-8 (/, (30105710854149.1 ' A -»-" 010-541-344 H 1936 253 -3 0o -1 T 7 26.3 i -35.6 8-20-36 -20 ----'-A 9-20-36 (301006800854135.1 A 5-82 2 M 444 J 12 E O P! P 10.F -23 11-17-42 35 -75 400 ----S-----3,1 -684, 1 010-348-232 P 1950 450 (301059b10854217.1S 0 A -1-61 010-545-234 U 19650 4630 260 12 0 T P F 109 7-32.93 2-19-65 ----74 250 M 65K 8 B-3, V, -7352 (30103010854520. 1) ' " 010-545-412 1 19431 604 256 i12 10 -14 6-1943 116 23 25 C 5 350 --US-i , A 1-12-51 010-45414 i 5 6 P 6 10 -30 1-30-52 12"0 250 26s 4 78 3SO --nS-2,V-2902, L, 10I-45 U 019 li0C54519.1: i f | -46 2-14-62 C 7-6-55 010-548-124 P 11947' 43f. 292 :10 & Ra T F F 7.9 -67.1 4-12-61 397 9 15 C -200 65 -13-1. W-1378, L, (301046110854835.1 I ; [ i ' S | [ * { A 5-8, 2 010-548-232 P '1950! 450 286 10 T P 10.9 -73.9 4-12-61 -E----1200 110 -1-2, V-2236, 1

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w, Q I " • I1 TWO a ?*R tn1 .| cad* I W -Vatelor level 011-W-411 m 13 604 423 10 0 T IP F 13.0 -86.60 10-1"-62 .... 102 -7& 350 24 -6, V-117. A 1U-1N-61 (3011231M~230.1: 011-%2-1.4 193 60) 423 10 0 It T F 15.3 -46 81.43 .76 * 78 365 7 24 5-5, 9-816, L. (3011231521:1 A 11-14-61 011-52424 m 1943 640 426 10 0 R T F F 13.6 -31.2 5 7-21-43 -. 7. 4 ... C 78 360 --S-4, 3-813. L, (301122064230.1 -89.85 10.19-62 A 7-2-43 011-542-41 M 1943 610 431 12 F 10 --.---92 ---360 7-8-7, .i-217, (301116*230213.1 A 11--U1o011-54244A 1942 330 220 10 0 r T P r 13.6 -11 I 10-1242 ---17 --74 285 7 1 S-1, W465, L, (301101MU m 07o.1 -99.16 10-19-62 A 11-9-61 011-542-4 142 3 213 10 0 T P -23 11-16-4 630 1 19 C -350 -S-2, W-683, L, (301111OMS206. 1 A 5-7-62 011-545-414 0 -87.5 -3 -* 9 10 -8.61 127-61 440 12 231 C 72 ----A 1-24-63 (301116004521. 012-540-311 N Ms 234 145 6 0 T P F 14 -14 4-29-58 284 6 14 C -50 -W4690, L, A 5-7-62 (301226U608059. 1 012-541-213 1942 345 326 6 0 R T r 7 4.0 -7.96 2-15-62 -------.--W-65L, L (3012505085428.1 012-545-=32 1 -103 -94 -R 3 ----. ----------W-933, , 01 Ol ae (3012271M54533.1: 012-550-33A N 1944 590 306 6 0 C 3 -28.5 -25.11 2-16-42 -113 5! C .----852, , , ,, (301210505059.1 A 10-24-4 012-550-331 N ------T 20 -----426 34 121 C 75 --A 4-1-63 (301210in855059.2 (3012265S1415 .I.1 012-551-321 P 1953 39 27 « 0C 7 11 2030 -------... -------V-2959, L

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Table 8 Contcnued SCas in w ater level -at.: 2 : s, -| :I S___ ___ Do, a: IS ae a'. 0 I-552.4 S 1952 134 11 6 C -T S U -8.67 4--61 -----25 --2699, L, , b0 1252-2723 0 1953 436 275 6 0 C T P .10 -5.0 1953 290 16 11 C --80 --i-2879, L, (301269 553236.C 6 2 A 5-8-62 013-531-432 1953 10 --'52.1 -----------------------3000 . (30131110853120.1 -3000, L, d»esroyed 013-550-243 1 1 959 364 -3 0 R 1 1 7 5.7! -2.55 12-14-61 ---9 7-----2 -12-14-61 (30133710855014.1, S13-553-21 2.3 H 1961 762 342 16 0 T1 PF 37.6 -29. 6-13-61 750 111 22 c 90 500 --5681, 1. A 5-5-62 013-553-322 P 1953 466 '293 4 o 1 C T 21 -21 6-----30 0 Y -2950, L (30132M$55323.1 014-528-343 S -... ... ... A i.-2-3 01-528-423 1 '1946 1960 -. .' 51.2 -.-----..----. -,--' ..-V , ,. (30141908a52809.1 014-536-312 P 1927 300 19.5 -5.06 9-2C46 ---------(30142710853651.1: -5.88-21-46 014-538-311 1 M1928 497 -12 0 -Pv .1 1 ---------------428 49 ---863, L, A 5-7 62 (30142990538535.1 010 -T F 89 -350 10-23-62 7"4 I is -74A. 8-16-55 (30144M$%654010.1 014-540-224 I943 556 227 8 0 C T I i 9.1 -4.35 10-23-63 t 116 4I C 76 220 -728, L, A 8-16-55 (3014485054007.1 , 2(321 019 5 C1 D S 13.6 4.2 4-12-61 195 C ---4-8-62 (301529W853239.1 , C .

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Table I Continued ., Castna Water level We .4 w I 7_ _ _8 s 'i h? ! ^ I _ I_ L ^We 015-532-1415 --15 I 12 1 5 E T 5 -8.84 126-61 160 8 44 0 18 -.-A 1-26-63 (301529N0853239.2 015-532-322 P 1960 120 -2 --D 1 7.4 2.4 4-12-61 --(301512WI853234,1 0.95 28-62 015-535-113 P 1960 509 213 4 0 R N T F 7.78 3.01 10-23-62 -----75 ---i-1669, E, G (301550N0853558.1 015-535-232 P --17 1 14 1 8 E N T V 6.6 -5.56 118-61 873 248 9C C 71 ----A 1-28-63 (301538N0853520.1 -1.37 1-28-63 015-535-233 P ----------2 0 R -D 8 ------(30153030853524.1 015-536-222A P 1962 17 15 1 8 E N * V 5 -----------1200 ---Deat royed, A 9-28-62 (301557M853602.1 015-536-2223 P 1963 220 187 2 0 R -D f 5 -----. --------(301557N0853602.2 015-558-143 P 1964 420 273 4 0 R T P F 20 -5.5 1 1-1964 (30153750855824.1 015-559-222A P -23 23 2 T -CD H 20 --..... (301554N0855907.1 015-559-222B P --21 21 2 T -N -W 20 -17.78 83-62 -(301554N0855904.1 016-532-322 P --30 2 27 14 5 E -D W 35 -3.87 1-26-63 22 2.5 ' 0 73 ---A 1-26-63 (301628N0853231.1 016-535-111 P 1954 105 --2 0 --R S 12 -----(30165810853559.1 016-535-324 ---110 80 2 0 -J D S 10 --------1070 30 58 C ----A 1-28-63 (30162130853533.2

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Table 8 CohC~nued Casing Water level " §! " § S i S U t. Well " e nuber & 0.0 Remarks 1w____ A -C J 016-535-342A P 1950 85 50 2 0 R -D S 5 -------------5.5 ------A 11-17-61 (301609N0853534.1 016-535-342B P --13 --2 ---W 5 -5.53 11-17-61 57 3.5 1i C 72 ----A 1-28-63 (30161210853536.1 -1.92 1-28-63 016-535-3420 P -------2 -------------31.5 -------A 11-21-61 (301612N0853536.2 016-535-411 P ---34 --t 8 E N -W 10 -7.75 11-17-61 --8.5 ------A 11-16-61 (301630N0853529.1 016-536-242A P 1951 83 83 2 -R J D S 10 --------------5 -* -------A 11-17-61 (301643N0853601.1 016-536-242B P --23 20 1t 8 E -D W 10 --------------228 5 119 C 70 ----A 1-28-63 (301643N0853601.2 016-537-132 P ---106 -2 0 --F 8 -4.18 1-28-63 270 5 146 C 7.5 5 ---A 1-28-63 (301643H0853745.1 016-537-322 P 1963 120 ) 80 2 0 RD P 5 -1.72 1-23-63 274 7 143 C 70 3 ----A 1-28-63 (301625H0853735.1 016-538-123 I 1911 435 300 6 0 -N T F 4.5 1.5 8-20-36 580 39 184 C 80 ---A 5-8-62 (301649N0853845.1 016-541-314 I 1961 370 100 18 0 V T I F 7.9 -2.79 117-61 ----.. ---5716, L (301617N0854152.1 016-541-323 I 1961 307 100 18 0 V T I F 9.6 -4.15 117-61 433 8 238 C 72 504 33 -W-5717, L, (30161710854138.1 A 12-3-62 016-559-411 I 1952 482 -8 0 T P F 22.1 -10.59 12-15-61 680 91 220 C 72 100 ---A 5-8-62 (301626N0855925.1 017-534-113 P --30 -1 E -..D 10 ---(301746N0853457.1

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e1ll I7 1 ? ! ss h I ; r71 -" n a* Dk a -" ->* *-".,! " .". K 017-534-133 1 -330 --0 j D 10 11.3 11-21-61 -----*(3017423)85355S.1 017-53-31 -150 -2 0 10 --.-.(3017431S853458.1 017-535-13 p .25 30 22 I -D 15 75 ---A 1-2-52 (301732M085353.1 017-535-131 P --. 25 1 22 I. S J D V 13 ..... ........ -12-5-61 (30173l0853550.1 3 017-535-1343 -25 22 1t SE J5 Di U 71 .--.-4-71 ---A 12--61 (301731,S353554. 1 017-535-141 P ---300 -6 0 -D 10 -.3 16-5 -1 C -75 ----A 12-S-61 (3017420853565.1: 017-535-312 ... .. 017-535-331 -31 29 S E I -1 -6.71 11-61 -.----A 1-2-62 (301710)M853557.1 017-535-333& 1953107 95 2 0 -C s D 10 -------------233 4 12( 1-2-63 (30170510853558.1: 1 ,017-535-3331 F---31 P it S E x -w 13.5 -8.65 116-61 ---6 85 A 1-28-63 (30170530853558.2 017-538-412 P -22 19 S -D -6.41 1-27-63 39 7 C A 1-27-63 (3017240853816.1

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Table 8 Ccntinued C.6ing W ter level or. -1 Cc a f I a ( , 175. 5112.1 075 I-21 -S· " ,: A Z-!'£mmber x 4 C a 0 jI 017-551I-23l -192 290 -3 --2.0 -2-63 -,-(301755120855129.1 017-.551-233A P 1925 300 -3 -A 5-(30173610855130.1 ( 17 '6 1 3 ' I 018--13 ---2 0 -D F 10 20.0 4-1361 -------(30183710853449.1 018-534-212 196 210 -2 0 F 14.3 15.9 -13-61 -7 1.5 A 12--61 (3018540853417.1 018-535-331 P -22 20 1 5 E -D 15 -1.30 1-28-63 12 1. C 71 ---A 1-28-63 (3018100M853555.1 018-535-342 P ----100 --------A 1-17-61 (3018150M853536.1 018-539-223 S 194 10 0 D F 2 -2.9 --6 -------5-7373 0180-5108. S 1964 10 ---D f13 -305 3-2•-64 -----*-5-7370, L (301355920852726.1 --31 01-5 2720.1 1960 165 2-2 0 D F 30 12.6 4-13t61 ----1.300 18-13-61 01531a P 1960 97 -2 0 a N T F .5 12.16 6-3-61 5 2 1 C--A 1952 (30173208.55129.1 019-55-233A P 5 315 252 -0 I F i23.0 8.2 3-14-62 320755 C 7 ----A 5-8-62 (30198-53.-34 2 2. D F 07.20.0 13-61 (30183710853449.1 016-534-212 S1960 210 13 2 0 o FR -D 14.3 15.9 4-13-61 -----7 -.------------V-6-7 1 (30185438533417.1 018-535-331 S 9---22 020 & S 3 -D V 15 3 -511 -26-64 12 ---iV-370, L (3018103083555.1 7019-535-342 ...-------------------------------0--110 9.7 11-30161 ----7I ---S U3-61 (30181510853536.1 01539-223 7 S41 1960 3214 01 DY 42 -2.986 3-2864----------------------------------------7373, -L (30185010853914.1 018-551-4143 5P1964410 ---19 47 D F 13 0 -3.0511 3-24-641 245--------------H-----------------1---5355 (30180401855108.1 1 049-527-411 F 0i----16 147 2 01 30 89. 11-30.61 30 3AS A 1130-61 (30192930852726.1

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Table 8 Continued C0at ing Wa~tr level S , V , ,7 G 01 -124 I -0 .0 3. 7 A (3019360 57 i 019-53-132 II .. 4 10 3 0 R ND F 12.0 .7 14-262 366 4 133 C s7 ..|. * A 5-0s-62 (30194610853442.1: 3*ubr3 f 6 v r 3 53 019-545-121 .... 17 1 S i -P V 18 -2.O0 1-.7-63 35 7.8 1 C 68 ..... A 1-27 63 (301" 31M084545,1 019-553-133 P --140 105 6 0 N -F 9 23.0 8.0 4-14-61 310 3.2 67 C 72----A 5-86-2 (3019361085432540. 019-534-321 1 193 144 1 -3 0 I12.7 7.7 5 ---. 2-62 366 4 l C 70-.....-2.. A-i L , de1(30219610853442.1 o s 019-5t6-212 C 1i90 18 166 4 0 C P 74.6 -24.0 1-27-63 35 7.8 3 68-.---A 1-2i 7-3, (30195308552625.1 019-526-2143 P --914 4 -0 -r TN 7 -14.51 4-14-61 150 3.2. 6. C --. .-.----(30214936084540.1 021-526-341 1953 834 148 8 2 0 R -D 64.3 3.52 11-30-61 ---...-29, , I, d. d, (3021122085244036.1 021-526-2 PC 19-183 166 4 0 T -f 74.6 -14.31 1-26-63 36 4-C 7--1 -----A 1-24-, 3 (30215910852622.1 023-526-234 P 19514 412 -6 0 V T DF 102.6 3. 32-61 ---150 *-L (302147110852620.1 021-526-2234 P I-1 84 -0 4 --10 N -----.65.3 3.52 11-30-61L destroye (302351085261136.1 oil 022-526-443 P --30 2 27 1)H 8 E -0 II RS -14.31 1-26-63 36 4. C 71-----*----A 1-26-63 (30220110852613.1 023-529-2231 1 1956 160 00 1 4 0 V N -F 102.6 3..0 3-2-61-----*--W-3753, L, , des-troy(302351110852611.1 023-526-223B I 1959 4748 383 8& 9. 0 --102 ----------------4920, 1, 2, dutrobyud, (302351)0852611.1 @i. urne 023-529-221 I 1956 5000 390 8 % 0 3 -i -130 --------------------------------------------3753. L, I, deetroyed ; (30235410852911.1 oil test 023-532-124 9 1961 23 20 1 i S E *D W 95 -8.28 12-61 24 3.3 E C 72 -------A 1-26-63 (302350108653235.1

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Table 8 Continued Well a U a 8 .& i 4 4 1 (30230280853325 A 11-2-62 025-525-213A P 1955 153 165 4 0 R T S 139.9 -12.6 32-61 ----.-. (30254980852529.1 L a. 025-525-213B I 1955 531 -R 140 ..----w 0 V .-w3433, , , .te, (3025A91852529.2 " J 4dest:oyed 025-533-114A P --96 2 0 --I 901 -58.63 4-23-62 2--1--..-. -8 (30235450853349.1 025-533-114B P --28 -1 S E N -W 90 -20.25 4-23-62 -----... 025-53-3413 P --37 34 14 S E -D 1 92 -25.02 1-26-63 33.5 6 69 ----A 1-27-63 (3025318085415438.1 05-542-321 ---2 ---W 95 -7.1 4-15-61 -----... .. 02-5 2542.1 S--300 -3 0 -T D F 15 ---------240 1.7 11 C -----A 5--62 026-525-341 P 1-170 -2 0 -D S 105 ----6. ---23 1.9 9 --.---A -8-62 (302610110852533.1 026-525-342 P -34 --2 --N T W 155 -20.79 11-30-6 ----(30261008525339.2 026-541-1330P---37 15 3 t S E -13 -25.59 1-26-63 3316 1 6 C 68 -----A 1-27-63 (30261080853011.1

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Table i CoIntnued C anta Water level t|5 I i ? ' II (I I Ve. l 52 11i0.. a, S S A i i Ti 2 028-S25-243U P ---72 ) -2 ---D V 12 -10.44 1-26-63 29 4.2 4 C 71 .--A 1-26-63 (302" 33352510.1 028-525-2431 P -12 I 9 14 E -D V 182 1.26 1-26-63 169 11 37 C ----A 1-26-63 (30283350=52510.2 028-525-414 p -30 -6 0 * T P F IO ----"----195 1. C-----A 5-6-2 (3028230 52520.1 029-524-33 p 1961 211 160 4 0 1 S D F 16 -23.30 128-61 --26 -(302936M0 0024 0 S.1 033-523-431 P 1960 300 -4 10 0 I t 253 ------" (303312M 2323.1 CALMnow cuanrT 01-523-244 I --16 13 1\ 8 E -D 9 77 -3.23 1-28-63 25 4 3 C 3 --A 1-2 3 (30416351M2307.1 026-522-313 I --4610 -13 -I M ------------417B, L, 1 (30262210852258.1 cm COU m 959-521-113 S --260 20 4 0 JD F 10 ---------456 13 C -8 -A 5-14-63 (29595210852158.1 (30061 08651146.1 008-521-444 1961 361 157 3 0 -S D 52 -18 5-1961 361 4 C ---A --63 (3000U12052103.1:

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lable 8 Colntnued C. in Vater level -N= L.'" " '* ' s „. .a Mo . We035-l$2l2-11 .7 ,1. .-.---035-523.-124 9 45 230O D JDM 20 * -39.90 128-61 154 17 .C --8-62 Vmbn A 's Ram' ic (30 35s 08 5233. 035-523-1124 V 196 57 12 -0 R Jo F 212 *-7.34 12 8-61 --. * --. .-(30351852336.7 2 (3035593085233419.1 035-523-124B P9----57 -----2 -P --V 212 -27.34 128-61 .. .. ... (30362080852316.1 036-323-414 P 1959 265 220 4 0 R S D 7 260 -135 5-26-59 230 2 12 C ---A 5-8-62 (303622S0852320.1 j MASH1230201T CO.Y.1 1 .9 3-2961 024-356-121 P ----1 -2 01 D F 10 13.7 1-15-62 ---70 -(302453855637. I 024-556-123 P *-. ---2 0 -2 D F 10 lu.6 1-15-62 --70 -(3024490855639.1 026-532-311A U 1962 56 51 2 0 N 1 T F 39.2 -17.50' 9-21-62 154 3.5 -*--6290, L, A 9-20-62 (30262962853253.1 026-532-311B U 1962 23 19 2 TR 1 V 39.3 -17.73 9-21-62 83 2 3 --L, A 9-21-62 (302629X0833253.2

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Tbl I Contlnued C. aCots UWaer level , S027 42 18, A -2I-62 (30272550C 3302.1 S02733-422 -1 2 L A 2-62 (302725O853302.2 II ] -8 S. 0e A|, 028-432-223 0 1963 118 102 2 0 1 J 0 67 -45.24 6 10-6 17 3.6 7 C ----7357, L, A --2-2 (302850l S543212.1 028-533-4311 1925 161 97 2 0 R 1348 -19.5 10-2-2 130 -(3027234053570.1 028-543-321 P 1962 52 189 2 0 R -125.4 ---5. 10-2-212.C 72 ----2926, L, o/L-2 tt, (302723533.1 sr02.2 028-551-344 P .5M 273 0 R N --77.4 ----------W*288W, L, E, oi1 test, (302803o855135.1 de*stroyed 029-532-231A 1962 1061 I10 2 0 J X T F 119.2 -83.36 102-62 129 2 96 C --*---I1,735 , A 9-25-62 (3029180053228.1 029-539-31 U 1955168 -33 2 T J V 117.0 9-26-62 ------(30291810853922.2 029-5436-12 P 1943 50 24 18 0 -N --125.9--0 ----2926, L, o t, (3029263853644.1 dtr 028-551-342 P 1953 273 81 0 --77.4 00 ---------------288449, L, ol t, (30280391855131.1 029-53250-411A 196 1906 81 2 0 T U7.2 -78.01 102-62 129 2 6 ----1-7355, A 9-7371, -62 (3029206853228.1 03029-531-241 1962 1162 3 2 0 J N T F 117.0 Dr86 9-19-62 191 2--9C---7354, , A 9-18-62 (029-53-142 1.1 940120 24 5 6-19 ----(3029433853634.1 029-550-342 11921 485 --6 0 --1 100 -------------------Wgl-449, t (30291412655031.1 029-550-411 3 1963 190 102 4 0 R 1 D 1 103 -84.94 6-24-63 ----------1-7353 ( 1-7371, L 030-531-241A 1 11962 116 I 94 2 0 J I 1T 140.3 -88.56 9-19-62 1 2 93 C ----1-7354, L, A 9-18-62 (M303038K08311S.1

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Table 8 Continued S a Water level U C. 030 11 19 76 57 T 140.2 5.8 9-9-2 37 7 -9-19-62 0 , O42A0n103,1 11962 107 102 JN 74,9 -28.7 102-62 149 2.5 7 71 ---736, A 92062 03031424 1962 42 37 J S 75.0 -.02-62 1 " 030-535342S 1U 1962 150U 110 4 .0 P. NT F 66.1 -10.38 96-62 210 2.5 1 C 74 ---1g-1664, L, E, 030-352 05.2 U 1962 26 I 23 2 T J T V 67.5 -5.61 96-62 61 1.5 2 C 73 -----L, A 9-6-62 00-539-32 P -20 -1 --D V 145 -17.20 1-27-63 16 2 C 70 ---A 1-27-63 (3030L5150853936.1 03135-233 8.1 1962 123 110 2 NT 1 76.0 -16.94 102-62 111 4 C ------7356, L, A 9-13-62 (303131120853528.1 0315235-242 1948 826 541 n --110 ---------------------------1758, L, .oil test, deitryst 032-32-32 .P---16 16 24 0 -0 -10.11 2-13-61 ... (303209210853222.1 032547-242 03.1 1953 720 275 81 0 N --/40.7 ---------------------2913, 1 '03-53 624 1962 308 220 4 R 255 -179.78 5-31-62 --... . (30341700853602.1 034-44-233 1940 180 55 3 0 H -1.8? -35 P 6-1940 -.-----548, L (30343720854430.1

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Tlble I Continued S C4dtiag Wcer level 035-534311 .12.5 12. 15 0 DI -20S 9.94 11-24-61 .. ... (303643NM3452. 1: 03-551-133 1947 020 337 10 0 -67 ------------1637, oil st, (30363,55157.1 plugged (303527250653554.1 037-542-43 M 1906 190 135 6 0 -T P -12.5 F 1906 .... .... .... . (303732iD243s. 1 037-54235-322 s 206 2 20 3 0 N6.3 18.70 .. --290 2.4 1 * 77, , -8-62 036534-132 1 921 30 I --40 II1 120 -13.53 11-24-61 45 7.2 C 69 -.--A, 1-27-63 (30374310853452.1 036-551-4133 P 1947 720 337 1 0 0 B -67 --.--. -----... --.. -17, L, oil ts, (303637858508157.1 plaUad -1 I 1911 037-535-313 P1911 233 -6 0 -J D YP 100 -53.93 1-18-62 230 2 11e C--------A 5-B-62 N (3037200853554,1 '| 037-542-143 H 1906 1790 135 6 0 -7 6 I -12.5 1906 ------. (3037132M854243.1 037-511431 1 19 44 206 11202 3 0 C -F 46.3 -18.70 3-29-61 2 1 -N .2 -(303714854226.1 037-542-431 1955 -10 24 0 .-341 --------------3 , L ol (30371430854226.2 038-537-221 P -1 630 115 -O2 D 82 1----1-2 --. 835 -----5A A-16-62 (30385800853709.1 038-541-332 P 1956 175 -4 RT42 -... ...... (30386120854149.1 00-550-143 I 1962 193 117 1 0 V T I F 82 -51.47 2-13-62 244 3 121 C -256 -..--Vg-I--1381 i V-788, L, (304037110855039.1 A dan unknomn 041-538-412 1P 1955 170 274 8| 01 K --37 -----------------------. --. ..---I-3650, L, It oil est, (3020413 l0853816.1 dectroyd 04-1545-214 P 1932 180 180 2 ---7 120 -70 1932 34.7 3 C --------(g115-5864, A 12-9-3 (304150110854519.1

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Table 8 Continued Casinsg rater level pcllu Well , I 0 -i nuaber .0 S Q u < .§ S 4 S e S a .Remarks 2 3 9 i30 -909 * W-2224 1T 3 a a .I X UU 043-531-134A I193..21 4912 --R-. 1, „ , oil »e.,, S(304334,H853151.1: plu ed u U 043-538-112 P -205 156 10 0 RT R F 92 -43.64 1-17-62----.2 (304359110853846.1 04-531-213 P 1956 88. 85 6 0 R T 9.0 -35.8 3-28-61 ------.. . 9.1. .3 ea P Ca. 'ac 1: 50 V-25 L 042-531-2M3 A 1 195 173 130 3 0 R -D F 142.6 -90.9 71-20-50 2-2224, (3042 310 X.-.38. 1 1 043-531-134D 8 1963 540 298 4 0 R T P F 210 -160 F11-29-63 ------------------------------------..-7372, L (30433390853147.1 043-538-112 P ---205 156 10 0 R T I F 92 -43.64 1-17-62 .... .... .... .... ... ... .. (304359110853846.1 046-531-213 P 1956 88.7 85 6 0 R It T p 98.o -3s.9 3-28-61 ------.... ..

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Table 9. Measurement of water levels in the Econfina Creek Basin area. A. Periodic measurements well ter atr Water Water e Dte DDate W Date er Date Wter number level level level level BAY COUNTY 956-525-221 4-14-61 10.32 18-62 10.95 9-17-62 10.37 8-28-63 10.67 295657N0852502.1 7-11-61 11.55 2-26-62 11.19 115-62 10.98 10-21-63 10.92 8-30-61 11.00 4-16-62 10.69 17-63 10.60 10-16-61 11.30 67-62 11.50 34-63 10.53 11-27-61 11.75 7-30-62 11.23 4-22-63 11.22 003-534-113 116-61 93.45 17-63 69.20 34-63 109.12 4-22-63 79.94 300346N0853454.1 004-535-434 9-25-46 27.5 1-17-49 47.8 3-16-62 119.7 8-27-63 115.7 300404"0853517.1 10-22-46 27.3 37-49 65.7 66-62 128.7 10-21-63 121.7 11-20-46 34.7 10-24-49 76.6 7-31-62 80.7 4-18-47 31.9 1-30-50 60.8 9-18-62 108.7 95-47 22.2 6-19-50 93.6 115-62 84.7 4-16-48 49.0 3-17-50 74.1 17-63 84.7 5-17-48 62.8 67-50 92.6 3-22-63 94.7 10-21-48 77.6 2-26-62 124.9 6-18-63 102.9 006-525-224 7-10-61 +4.0 2-27-62 +3.3 116-62 +5.9 8-30-63 +6.3 S3006498085.25C4.1 9-27-61 +5.3 4-17-62 +5.40 18-63 +5.5 10-22-63 +6.1 10-18-61 +3.7 66-62 +4.30 35-63 +6.3 11-28-61 +3.0 7-31-62 +6.30 4-23-63 +4.5 19-62 +2.9 9-18-62 +8.5 6-18-63 +2.3 006-540-412 2-14-62 30.91 82-62 38.40 1-17-63 32.93 6-17-63 41.80 300630N0854017.1 3-14-62 30.71 109-62 43.16 2-19-63 32.38 7-26-63 39.87 4-30-62 34.80 11-28-62 37.45 5-20-63 41.66 9-30-63 40.23 S007-543-113 61-62 26.13 10-19-62 25.28 4-12-63 23.80 9-30-63 26.39 300748N0854353.1 6-28-62 26.59 11-28-62 25.52 5-16-63 26.13 12-11-63 25.03 82-62 26.85 1-16-63 23.82 6-25-63 26.48 97-62 25.83 2-19-63 22.73 7-26-63 26.88 103-62 25.39 3-23-63 23.54 8-26-63 27.20 009-538-222 4-20-55 99.0 6-28-62 123.26 1-17-63 101.96 8-28-63 132.01 300956N0853803.1 127-61 107.23 82-62 127.25 2-19-63 99.65 12-11-63 113.94 29-62 105.00 91-62 122.78 4-15-63 122.65 3-14-62 112.26 101-62 117.51 5-20-63 117.35 4-29-62 107.96 11-27-62 101.85 7-26-63 127.92 010-541-344 8-20-36 36.6 8-19-50 51.49 5-25-54 58.32 87-58 64.76 301006'0854136.1 8-21-46 44.50 10-28-50 50.78 7-29-54 60.57 9-25-58 66.42 9-25-46 44.02 11-25-50 50.57 99-54 63.08 116-58 67.30 10-24-46 43.67 12-23-50 50.48 10-20-54 60.14 12-19-58 67.19 11-19-46 44.80 1-27-51 49.24 121-54 59.30 24-59 65.05 4-30-47 42.33 2-24-51 49.63 1-13-55 56,66 3-18-59 64.70 5-31-47 43.43 3-31-51 49.97 2-23-55 59.18 56-59 66.58 6-30-47 44.62 4-28-51 50.69 48-55 63.37 6-17-59 68.42 7-31-47 45.69 5-26-51 52.97 5-17-55 66.41 8-19-59 70.14 8-31-47 45.78 6-23-51 53.55 6-30-55 68.25 9-23-59 69.08 9-30-47 44.70 7-21-51 56.02 8-19-55 66.41 114-59 67.75 10-29-47 44.61 9-22-51 56.07 9-29-55 66.94 12-16-59 66.95 1-31-48 43.88 12-29-51 53.89 119-55 65.25 1-27-60 64.32 2-21-48 43.88 1-12-52 53.13 12-21-55 62.70 3-23-60 63.39 3-28-48 41.76 2-16-52 53.37 1-31-56 62.84 59-60 66.69 4-25-48 44.50 3-29-52 54.35 3-14-56 60.35 6 30-60 72.00 5-30-48 47.72 4-18-52 h55.56 4-25-56 59.76 8-11-60 71.34 6-27-48 47.80 62-52 h58.33 6-14-56 64.69 9-22-60 68.25 3-26-49 44.43 7-14-52 e60.76 7-25-56 63.84 119-60 67.16 4-30-49 44.52 8-26-52 e60.19 96-56 63.88 12-14-60 67.38 5-28-49 46.05 109-52 e58.90 109-56 61.20 1-12-61 74.70 6-25-49 47.87 11-17-52 e55.53 11-29-56 60.85 39-61 63.54 7-30-49 47.99 1-30-53 55.64 1-17-57 59.50 4-18-61 64.66 8-20-49 46.77 2-10-53 55.27 2-25-57 59.59 67-61 72.79 9-17-49 48.13 3-23-53 55.04 49-57 58.72 7-11-61 70.74 10-29-49 47.86 5-13-53 56.57 5-29-57 65.11 8-30-61 71.12 11-26-49 47.89 6-15-53 56.97 73-57 65.26 10-17-61 69.29 12-31-49 47.08 7-28-53 59.58 8-14-57 64.47 11-28-61 70.22 1-28-50 47.28 99-53 57.80 10-10-57 62.80 19-62 67.60 2-25-50 47.10 10-19-53 56.86 11-22-57 60.83 2-27-62 67.95 3-25-50 47.27 121-53 56.56 19-58 59.48 4-17-62 69.10 4-29-50 47.29 1-12-54 53.56 2-14-58 58.25 66-62 77.58 e Estimated. h Tape measurement. 74

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Table 9A.--Continued Well Date Water Date Water Date Water ate Water number level level level level 010-541-344 5-27-50 48.45 2-23-54 52.68 3-26-58 57.91 7-31-62 73.03 301006N0854136.1 6-24-50 50.75 3-14-54 52.53 5-14-58 61.36 9-18-62 73.09 (Continued) 71-50 52.30 45-54 53.22 6-26-58 63.96 116-62 71.60 17-63 68.02 3-22-63 74.00 8-27-63 75.24 35-63 67.25 6-18-63 78.36 10-23-63 74.58 010-545-412 6-61 14.0 6-28-62 60.0 11-28-62 44.0 7-26-63 51.0 301025N0854519.1 127-61 31.0 82-62 49.0 1-17-63 43.0 8-26-63 51.0 2-14-62 41.0 8-27-62 50.75 2-19-63 38.0 9-30-63 46.0 3-15-62 40.0 97-62 60.0 4-12-63 44.0 12-11-63 37.0 4-27-62 42.0 103-62 46.0 5-16-63 51.0 61-62 56.0 10-19-62 54.0 6-25-63 54.0 010-545-414 2-14-62 46.0 82-62 56.0 1-17-63 56.0 7-26-63 64.0 301019N0854519.1 3-15-62 43.0 97-62 70.0 2-19-63 54.0 8-26-63 56.0 4-27-62 52.0 103-62 74.0 4-12-63 65.0 9-30-63 61.0 61-62 77.0 10-19-62 72.0 5-16-63 72.0 12-11-63 45.0 6-28-62 71.0 11-28-62 60.0 6-25-63 59.0 011-542-411 2-15-62 92.93 82-62 108.86 2-19-63 95.38 8-28-63 109.24 301123N0854230.1 3-15-62 90.76 97-62 107.96 3-23-63 102.90 9-30-63 101.21 4-30-62 89.22 103-62 103.10 4-15-63 102.19 12-11-63 95.24 5-31-62 112.69 11-28-62 96.07 5-20-63 112.16 6-28-62 107.87 1-16-63 97.36 7-26-63 105.03 012-552-122A 3-14-61 8.67 19-62 9.67 9-18-62 8.99 6-17-63 9.32 301256N0855236.1 7-11-61 8.78 2-27-62 9.28 116-62 9.46 8-27-63 9.08 9-28-61 8.72 4-17-62 9.21 18-63 9.55 10-23-63 9.04 10-17-61 9.05 66-62 8.97 34-63 9.13 11-28-61 0.25 7-31-62 9.14 4-22-63 9.12 013-553-213 14-62 34.0 6-28-62 38.84 10-28-62 37.0 6-24-63 40.0 301350N0855322.1 2-13-62 35.72 83-62 40.22 1-16-63 36.0 7-25-63 42.0 3-19-62 31.20 96-62 50.0 2-19-63 34.0 4-27-62 33.15 103-62 37.0 4-12-63 35.0 61-62 35.02 10-23-62 37.0 5-16-63 36.0 014-536-312 24-59 6.58 59-60 8.22 7-11-61 8.48 116-62 9.28 301427N0853651.1 3-18-59 6.67 6-30-60 9.97 8-30-61 7.72 18-63 7.88 56-59 7.91 8-11-60 8.33 10-17-61 8.96 35-63 7.57 6-17-59 7.04 9-22-60 7.55 11-28-61 9.87 4-23-63 9.71 8-19-59 6.78 109-60 8.66 19-62 9.44 6-18-63 10.37 9-23-59 6.93 12-14-60 8;89 2-27-62 9.38 8-27-63 8.41 104-59 6.98 1-12-61 8.50 4-17-62 8.25 10-23-63 8.66 12-16-59 8.06 39-61 8.32 66-62 10.67 1-27-60 7.61 4-17-61 7.31 7-31-62 8.53 3-23-60 7.79 67-61 9.79 9-18-62 7.56 015-532-141A 4-12-61 +4.20 68-62 +3.09 11-25-62 +3.51 6-24-63 +3.60 301529N0853239.1 126-61 +3.44 6-27-62 +3.23 1-14-63 +4.09 7-23-63 +5.21 12-62 +3.60 7-31-62 +3.68 2-13-63 +4.20 8-22-63 +5.23 2-12-62 +4.26 91-62 +2.93 3-16-63 +4.34 9-25-63 +4.84 3-14-62 +4.13 9-28-62 +3.44 4-11-63 +3.95 4-28-62 +4.00 10-23-62 +3.01 5-14-63 +2.95 015-532-1418 126-61 8.84 6-27-62 8.30 1-14-63 7.59 7-23-63 5. 3 301529N0853239.2 12-62 7.54 7-31-62 8.02 2-13-63 7.66 8-22-63 7.09 2-12-62 8.00 91-62 8.33 3-16-63 7.62 9-25-63 7.50 3-14-62 8.05 9-28-62 10.08 4-11-63 7.96 4-28-62 7.90 10-23-62 8.30 5-14-63 8.32 68-62 8.29 11-29-62 8.03 6-24-63 7.49 015-535-232 118-61 5.56 6-29-62 1.49 1-14-63 1.30 5-14-63 1.63 301538K0853520.1 125-61 2.01 7-31-62 1.39 2-13-63 1.39 67-63 1.70 12-62 1.63 91-62 1.68 3-16-63 1.50 7-23-63 1.20 2-12-62 1.65 9-28-62 1.51 4-11-63 1.52 8-27-63 1.28 3-19-62 1.65 11-29-62 1.54 52-63 1.51 9-25-63 1.51 016-535-342B 11-17-61 5.53 12-62 2.93 3-19-62 2.42 4-11-63 2.15 301612N0853536.1 125-61 3.90 2-12-62 2.53 6-27-62 2.67 52-63 2.47 016-535-411 4-11-63 4.64 52-63 5.35 301630N0853529.1 75

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Table 9A.--Conctnued ell D Water Water Water Water ate DeDa Dtee Dete number level level level level 016-538-123 24-59 +2.24 3-23-60 +1.40 4-17-61 +1.80 66-62 +1.80 30169N0853845.1 3-18-39 +2.01 59-60 +1.30 67-61 +1.20 7-31-62 +2.60 56-59 +1.51 6-30-60 +1.00 7-11-61 +2.20 116-62 +1.85 6-17-59 +1.80 8-11-60 +1.60 8-30-61 +2.10 18-63 +2.50 8-19-59 +1.95 9-22-60 +1.40 10-17-61 +1.20 35-63 +2.78 9-23-59 +1.90 119-60 +1.40 11-28-61 +1.10 4-23-63 +2.10 114-59 +1.80 12-14-60 +1.30 19-62 +1.13 6-18-63 +1.30 12-16-59 +1.25 1-12-61 +1.40 2-27-62 +2.20 8-27-63 +2.60 1-27-60 +1.90 39-61 +1.50 4-17-62 +2.40 10-23-63 +2.20 016-541-314 I17-61 2.79 5-31-62 2.97 10-23-62 2.17 7-23-63 2.01 301617 0854152.1 125-61 2.86 6-27-62 3.26 2-13-63 2.26 8-22-63 1.65 2-12-62 2.21 7-31-62 1.95 4-10-63 5.37 9-25-63 1.72 3-19-62 2.07 97-62 2.25 5-14-63 3.86 51-62 2.02 9-28-62 1.71 67-63 4.12 016-541-323 117-61 4.15 51-62 3.41 10-23-62 3.61 67-63 5.51 30161740854t30.1 125-61 4.85 7-31-62 3.33 2-13-63 3.55 7-23-63 3.37 2-12-62 3.63 97-62 3.70 4-10-63 6.82 8-22-63 3.07 3-19-62 3.48 9-28-62 3.10 5-14-63 5.20 9-25-63 3.09 016-559-411 2-13-62 9.52 81-62 10.48 1-16-63 9.67 6-24-63 10.74 301626no085923.1 3-15-62 9.28 91-62 10.74 2-19-63 9.51 7-25-63 10.40 4-27-62 10.16 103-62 10.31 3-23-63 10.25 8-26-63 10.47 61-62 10.81 10-23-62 9.91 4-12-63 9.90 9-30-63 10.02 6-26-62 11.26 11-28-62 9.90 5-16-63 11.38 12-11-63 9.80 017-534-131 11-21-61 +20.0 68-62 +21.0 11-29-62 421.9 67-63 +19.5 301739N0853459.1 125-61 +20.6 6-27-62 +21.0 1-14-63 +21.8 7-23-63 +20.2 12-62 +20.7 7-31-62 +21.4 2-13-63 +21.6 8-22-63 +20.8 2-12-62 +21.2 91-62 +20.8 3-16-63 +21.6 9-25-63 +20.8 3-19-62 +20.8 9-28-62 421.6 4-11-63 +20.8 4-30-62 +21.2 10-23-62 421.7 5-14-63 420.2 017-535-13L 116-61 +8.3 125-61 +8.7 12-62 +9.7 301742.1853545.1 017-533-331 125-61 4.85 2-12-62 4.18 6-27-62 4.65 52-63 4.47 30t710N08 3557.1 12-62 4.44 3-19-62 4.18 4-10-63 3.91 017-535-3333 125-61 6.68 4-10-63 5.80 52-63 6.35 301705NO853558.2 017-551-233A 4-18-61 +1.40 11-28-61 +0.05 7-31-62 +.10 4-23-63 +1.02 30173210855129.1 68-61 +0.72 19-62 40.51 9-18-62 +.74 6-18-63 40.33 7-11-61 +0.71 2-27-62 +.43 11-16-62 +0.75 8-27-63 +1.02 8-31-61 +1.60 4-17-62 +.02 17-63 +1.01 10-23-63 +1.00 10-17-61 +0.80 66-62 +.50 35-63 +1.44 018-5)4-212 4-13-61 +15.9 68-62 +15.2 11-29-62 +15.6 66-63 +14.8 101854.0853417.1 12-16-61 +14.4 6-27-62 +15.0 1-14-63 +15.4 7-29-63 +15.1 12-62 +14.8 7-31-62 +15.8 2-13-63 +15.8 8-22-63 +15.6 2-12-62 +15.7 91-62 +15.5 3-16-63 +15.8 9-25-63 +15.4 3-14-62 +15.7 9-28-62 +15.6 4-11-63 +15.0 4-30-62 +15.4 10-23-62 +15.8 5-14-63 +14.8 019-527-4145 15-62 +12.5 101-62 +12.8 3-16-63 +13.2 8-26-63 +12.3 3J1O'1t.0852718.1 4-30-62 +12.3 10-23-62 +13.0 4-11-63 +12.4 9-25-63 +12.7 6-27-62 +12.7 11-29-62 +13.0 5-14-63 +12.2 81-62 +13.0 1-14-63 +12.8 6-24-63 +11.8 91-62 +12.6 2-14-63 +13.2 7-23-63 +11.9 01-532-133A 3-14-62 +8.15 7-31-62 +8.15 11-29-62 +8.65 .66-63 +6.45 301936s0851257.1 4-30-62 +7.75 91-62 +8.05 3-16-63 +8.45 7-29-63 +7.05 68-62 +7.65 9-28-62 +8.45 4-11-63 +7.65 8-22-63 +6.65 6-27-62 +6.25 10-23-62 +8.25 5-14-63 +6.75 9-25-63 +7.05 019-532-1338 3-14-62 +8.05 7-31-62 +7.85 11-29-62 +8.35 66-63 +6.45 30193680853257.2 4-30-62 +7.95 91-62 +7.75 3-16-63 +8.45 7-29-63 +7.05 68-62 +7.85 9-28-62 +7.85 4-11-63 +7.45 8-25-63 +7.25 6-27-62 +7.85 10-23-62 +8.05 5-14-63 +6.65 011-545-143 3-14-61 2.2 9-28-61 2.64 11-28-61 3.68 2-27-62 3.27 30193608545440.1 7-10-61 3.02 10-17-61 3.15 19-62 3.66 4-17-62 3.28 76

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Table 9A.--Continued Well Date ater Water D ate r Date Wate te Water number leval level level level 023-526-223A 32-61 +3.00 4-17-62 +2.86 117-62 +2.60 6-21-63 +1.6 302351N0852611.1 11-28-61 +2.9 66-62 +1.81 18-63 +3.00 8-28-63 +1.5 19-62 +2.93 7-31-62 +1.18 36-63 +1.73 10-22-63 +2.15 2-27-62 +2.94 9-19-62 +1.30 4-23-63 +3.07 023-532-124 2-12-62 11.90 91-62 7.48 3-16-63 5.96 8-22-63 4.66 302350N0853235.1 3-14-62 9.50 9-28-62 6.34 4-11-63 6.73 9-25-63 6.27 68-62 8.16 11-29-62 7.26 5-14-63 7.24 6-27-62 8.85 1-15-63 6.30 66-63 7.82 7-31-62 10.20 2-15-63 6.21 7-29-63 4.49 023-533-433 2-12-62 +9.4 7-31-62 +9.9 2-15-63 +8.68 7-29-63 +10.2 302302N0853325.1 3-14-62 +9.4 9-28-62 +9.7 3-16-63 +8.78 8-23-63 +9.4 4-30-62 +9.3 10-23-62 +10.1 4-11-63 +7.48 9-25-63 +9.4 68-62 +9.9 11-29-62 +9.5 5-16-63 +9.2 12-26-63 +10.6 6-27-62 +9.5 1-18-63 +8.88 66-63 +8.9 025-525-213A 32-61 12.6 2-27-62 13.46 117-62 13.77 8-28-63 10.96 302549N0852529.1 9-28-61 11.04 4-17-62 13.08 18-63 13.60 10-22-63 10.34 10-17-61 11.48 66-62 13.76 36-63 12.93 11-28-61 12.45 7-31-62 14.66 4-23-63 13.34 19-62 13.25 9-19-62 14.75 6-21-63 13.14 025-533-114A 6-27-62 59.35 1-23-63 59.32 66-63 60.34 11-22-63 58.68 302545N0853349.1 7-31-62 59.51 2-15-63 59.49 7-29-63 58.80 12-26-63 58.56 102-62 59.18 3-16-63 59.39 8-23-63 58.14 11-29-62 59.71 4-12-63 59.70 9-23-63 58.43 1-18-63 59.79 5-16-63 60.06 115-63 58.38 025-533-1148 6-27-62 20.87 1-23-63 20.61 5-16-63 19.09 9-23-63 17.83 302545N0853349.2 102-62 20.41 2-15-63 14.63 66-63 20.43 115-63 18.08 11-29-62 20.63 3-16-63 18.93 7-29-63 20.76 11-22-63 18.55 1-18-63 21.04 4-12-63 18.86 8-23-63 17.81 12-26-63 18.99 026-l25-3428 2-12-62 22.63 91-62 23.90 3-23-63 21.69 8-26-63 18.04 302610N0852533.2 3-14-62 22.78 101-62 23.40 4-11-63 21.86 9-25-63 18.50 51-62 21.41 11-29-62 22.48 5-14-63 21.92 6-27-62 22.68 1-14-63 22.51 6-24-63 21.43 81-62 23.49 2-14-63 21.88 7-23-63 19.81 77

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Table 9A.--Continued 1 Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water number level level level level WASHINGOoN COUNTY 024-556-123 2-13-62 +13.3 6-26-62 +14.4 10-25-62 +13.8 4-11-63 +13.5 30244990855639.1 3-19-62 +14.6 81-62 +14.5 11-27-62 +14.3 5-21-63 +12.8 51-62 +14.9 91-62 +14.4 1-16-63 +13.6 6-24-63 +11.8 51-62 +14.6 102-62 +14.0 3-23-63 +14.3 8-26-63 +12.0 026-532-311A 9-21-62 17.50 1-25-63 20.87 66-63 20.35 11-22-63 19.80 30262910853253.1 108*62 19.61 2-15-63 19.99 7-29-63 19.15 12-26-63 19.74 11-16-62 19.91 3-16-63 19.96 8-23-63 19.67 11-29-62 19.89 4-12-63 20.10 9-23-63 19.83 1-18-63 19.97 5-16-63 20.26 115-63 19.78 026-532-3118 302629N0853253.2 9-21-62 17.73 1-25-63 18.36 66-63 20.08 11-22-63 19.40 102-62 18.84 2-15-63 18.78 7-29-63 19.03 12-26-63 18.93 11-16-62 19.69 3-16-63 19.36 8-23-63 18.61 11-29-62 19.66 4-12-63 19.50 9-23-63 19.10 1-18-63 19.04 5-16-63 20.03 115-63 19.13 027-533-422A 30272580853302.1 9-24-62 23.56 1-25-63 19.98 66-63 20.80 11-22-63 18.39 102-62 19.86 2-15-63 19.33 7-29-63 20.10 12-26-63 18.47 11-15-62 20.26 3-16-63 19.54 8-23-63 18.35 11-29-62 20.53 4-12-63 19.78 9-23-63 18.49 1-18-63 20.44 5-16-63 20.36 115-63 17.85 027-533-4228 9-24-62 15.64 1-25-63 15.20 66-63 16.55 11-22-63 14.52 302725N0853302.2 102-62 15.51 2-15-63 14.90 7-29-63 14.79 11-26-63 14.30 11-15-62 16.17 3-16-63 15.29 8-23-63 13.83 11-29-62 16.49 4-12-63 15.50 9-23-63 14.43 1-18-63 15.73 5-16-63 16.13 115-63 14.00 028-532-223 102-62 83.36 2-15-63 84.26 7-29-63 82.86 11-22-63 83.20 302850n0853212.1 11-15-62 84.34 3-16-63 84.06 8-23-63 82.45 12-26-63 83.03 11-30-62 84.18 4-12-63 84.45 9-23-63 82.93 1-18-63 84.43 66-63 85.22 115-63 82.94 029-532-431A 102-62 78.01 1-25-63 79.17 5-16-63 79.50 9-23-63 76.97 304)9010853228.1 11-14-62 79.64 2-15-63 79.13 66-63 79.96 111-63 76.83 11-30-62 79.05 3-16-63 78.62 7-29-63 78.07 11-22-63 77.11 1-18-63 79.62 4-12-63 79.09 8-23-63 76.16 12-26-63 76.88 02:-532-4318 102-62 Dry 1-25-63 Dry 5-16-63 Dry 9-23-63 Dry 302910N0853228.2 11-14-62 Dry 2-15-63 Dry 66-63 Dry 111-63 Dry 11-30-62 Dry 3-16-63 Dry 7-29-63 Dry 11-22-63 Dry 1-18-63 Dry 4-12-63 Dry 8-23-63 Dry 12-26-63 Dry 030-531-241A 9-19-62 88.56 1-25-63 83.42 66-63 85.04 11-22-63 84.62 303038,0853315.1 102-62 85.77 2-15-63 84.75 7-29-63 82.42 12-26-63 85.47 11-12-62 84.51 3-16-63 84.68 8-23-63 81.65 11-30-62 85.09 4-12-63 84.35 9-23-63 82.18 1-18-63 84.74 5-16-63 84.96 111-63 84.45 030-531-241B 9-19-62 55.85 1-25-63 57.19 66-63 56.04 11-25-63 52.36 102-62 55.93 2-15-63 57.21 7-29-63 52.33 12-26-63 53.18 11-12-62 56.29 3-16-63 55.74 8-23-63 52.84 11-30-62 56.29 4-12-63 55.30 9-23-63 52.54 1-18-63 57.09 5-16-63 55.76 111-63 52.60 030-531-424A 102-62 28.71 1-25-63 29.77 5-16-63 30.43 9-23-63 29.14 303021,0853103.1 11-12-62 30.16 2-15-63 30.11 66-63 30.76 111-63 28.96 11-30-62 29.98 3-16-63 29.84 7-29-63 27.94 11-27-63 29.16 1-18-63 30.19 4-12-63 30.20 8-23-63 28.67 12-26-63 28.96 030-531-4248 102-62 27.44 1-25-63 27.16 5-16-63 26.57 9-23-63 24.43 30302100853103.2 11-12-62 27.06 2-15-63 26.31 66-63 27.53 111-63 24.20 11-30-62 27.17 3-16-63 26.14 7-29-63 26.49 11-22-63 24.89 1-18-63 27.44 4-12-63 26.42 8-23-63 24.05 12-26-63 24.97 010-535-4228 96-62 5.61 1-18-63 6.22 5-16-63 6.56 8-29-63 3.46 313025n0853501.2 102-62 6.23 1-25-63 5.05 66-63 6.72 9-23-63 4.73 115-62 7.24 2-15-63 5.23 7-15-63 6.37 10-23-63 4.54 11-30-62 7.19 3-16-63 4.42 7-29-63 3.83 111-63 4.90 1-11-63 7.06 4-12-63 5.39 8-23-63 2.94 12-26-63 3.29 78

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Table 9A.--Continued Well Date Water Date Water Date Water Date ater number level level level level 031-535-233 102-62 16.94 1-25-63 18.78 5-16-63 19.04 9-23-63 16.21 303131N0853528.1 117-62 17.82 2-15-63 18.47 66-63 19.25 101-63 15.83 11-30-62 18.29 3-16-63 18.42 7-29-63 18.63 1-11-63 19.22 4-12-63 18.47 8-23-63 16.83 037-535-313 2-12-62 54.47 81-62 63.54 1-16-63 56.27 7-29-63 53.91 303720N0853554.1 3-14-62 53.95 96-62 56.48 2-15-63 55.26 8-23-63 53.94 5r-62 53.59 102-62 56.63 3-16-63 54.90 9-23-63 55.16 5-31-62 54.61 10-23-62 56.49 4-12-63 55.36 6-26-62 55.08 11-27-62 56.59 5-16-63 55.90 037-542-431A 3-29-61 18.7 1-11-62 16.45 9-19-62 21.28 6-19-63 20.20 303714N0854226.1 7-12-61 18.71 32-62 17.66 119-62 20.55 8-26-63 18.38 9-29-61 19.01 4-19-62 17.69 1-11-63 20.45 10-25-63 19.82 10-20-61 19.70 64-62 19.65 38-63 18.65 11-30-61 20.07 82-62 20.01 4-24-63 20.13 040-550-143 2-13-62 51.47 81-62 54.83 1-16-63 54.53 7-23-63 54.57 304037N0855039.1 3-19-62 50.76 96-62 55.71 2-14-63 52.73 8-26-63 53.60 51-62 50.97 102-62 55.68 4-11-63 53.27 9-26-63 55.08 61-62 53.21 10-25-62 56.11 5-14-63 55.14 6-26-62 54.21 11-27-62 55.90 6-24-63 54.88 042-545-334 2-13-62 69.34 81-62 72.61 1-16-63 73.92 6-24-63 73.09 304204N0854551.1 3-19-62 68.02 96-62 73.98 2-14-63 71.80 7-23-63 71.95 51-62 68.89 102-62 74.35 3-23-63 71.46 8-23-63 69.89 61-62 70.67 10-25-62 74.44 4-11-63 71.56 9-26-63 71.51 6-26-62 72.14 11-27-62 75.00 5-14-63 72.18 043-538-112 6-26-62 44.74 11-27-62 46.97 3-23-63 43.74 6-24-63 45.25 304359N0853846.1 81-62 45.45 1-16-63 45.82 4-11-63 44.41 7-25-63 43.67 96-62 46.47 2-14-63 44.09. 5-14-63 45.43 JACKSON COUNTY 035-523-212 2-12-62 36.80 91-62 36.68 3-23-63 36.09 8-26-63 36.06 303560N0852320.1 3-14-62 36.47 101-62 36.47 4-11-63 36.14 9-25-63 36.63 51-62 36.00 11-29-62 36.56 5-14-63 36.54 6-27-62 36.50 1-14-63 36.34 6-24-63 36.72 81-62 36.60 2-14-63 36.14 7-23-63 36.46 036-523-414A 2-12-62 82.15 91-62 81.10 2-14-63 81.99 7-23-63 80.72 303620N0852316.1 3-14-62 81.90 101-62 82.30 3-23-63 81.43 8-26-63 79.54 51-62 80.83 10-23-62 82.40 4-11-63 80.85 9-25-63 79.55 6-27-62 81.50 11-29-62 82.71 5-14-63 80.99 81-62 81.83 1-14-63 82.81 6-24-63 81.30 79

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Table 9. Measureament of water levels in the Econflna Creek Basin area. a. Five-day mlxnuua from recorder charts Well Water Date Water Date Water Date Water number level level level level BAY OUNTY 004-535-343 10-20-62 34.75 1-31-63 33.45 5-15-63 35.49 8-25-63 35.15 30040490853540.1 10-25-62 35.10 25-63 33.38 5-20-63 35.57 8-31-63 35.14 10-31-62 34.92 2-10-63 33.27 5-25-63 35.80 95-63 35.20 115-62 34.99 2-15-63 33.30 5-31-63 35.80 9-10-63 35.37 11-10-62 35.15 2-20-63 33.20 65-63 35.65 9-15-63 35.30 11-15-62 35.17 2-25-63 33.48 6-10-63 36.28 9-20-63 35.30 11-20-62 34.77 2-28-63 33.37 6-15-63 36.10 9-25-63 35.53 11-25-62 34.62 35-63 33.09 6-20-63 36.03 105-63 35.44 11-30-62 34.64 3-10-63 33.10 6-25-63 36.20 10-10-63 35.35 125-62 34.08 3-15-63 32.95 6-30-63 36.05 10-15-63 35.43 12-10-62 34.32 3-20-63 32.98 75-63 35.55 10-20-63 35.46 12-15-62 34.13 3-25-63 32.33 7-10-63 35.55 10-25-63 35.39 12-20-62 34.35 45-63 33.54 7-15-63 35.31 10-31-63 35.55 12-25-62 34.25 4-10-63 34.23 7-20-63 35.14 115-63 35.47 12-31-62 33.97 4-15-63 34.65 7-25-63 35.24 11-10-63 35.34 15-63 34.00 4-20-63 34.30 7-31-63 34.98 11-15-63 35.54 1-10-63 33.73 4-25-63 34.88 85-63 35.28 11-20-63 35.13 1-15-63 33.64 4-30-63 34.97 8-10-63 35.33 11-25-63 34.90 1-20-63 33.34 55-63 35.67 8-15-63 35.40 11-30-63 34.75 1-25-63 33.64 5-10-63 35.34 8-20-63 35.42 12-31-63 34.02 006-536-423 2-10-63 41.00 4-20-63 44.18 7-20-63 45.14 9-30-63 43.55 3006t9Nn853614&. 2-15-63 41.54 4-25-63 44.93 7-25-63 45.88 105-63 43.42 2-20-63 40.96 5-20-63 46.09 7-31-63 45.90 10-10-63 43.04 2-25-63 40.90 5-25-63 44.86 85-63 45.84 10-15-63 43.54 2-28-63 41.05 5-31-63 45.02 8-10-63 45.85 10-20-63 42.98 35-63 40.10 65-63 44.42 8-15-63 45.12 10-25-63 42.93 3-10-63 40.52 6-10-63 44.47 8-20-63 45.67 10-31-63 43.38 3-15-63 40.96 6-15-63 43.92 8-25-63 45.42 115-63 42.45 3-20-63 41.18 6-20-63 44.92 8-31-63 44.87 11-10-63 42.19 3-25-63 41.47 6-25-63 45.28 95-63 44.87 11-15-63 42.63 3-31-63 41.05 6-30-63 46.08 9-10-63 44.46 12-31-63 43.95 45-63 42.90 75-63 45.75 9-15-63 44.35 4-10-63 42.82 7-10-63 45.38 9-20-63 44.42 4-15-63 43.55 7-15-63 45.87 9-25-63 44.50 007-535-334A 2-20-63 8.30 4-20-63 8.34 6-20-63 7.89 10-15-63 8.30 300705N0853537.1 2-25-63 8.41 4-25-63 8.41 6-25-63 7.99 10-20-63 8.12 2-28-63 8.67 4-30-63 7.98 6-30-63 8.14 10-25-63 7.95 35-63 7.98 55-63 8.77 75-63 8.00 10-31-63 8.15 3-10-63 8.37 5-10-63 8.49 7-10-63 7.92 115-63 7.81 3-15-63 8.51 5-15-63 8.35 7-15-63 8.16 11-10-63 7.98 3-20-63 8.45 5-20-63 8.52 7-20-63 7.77 11-15-63 8.65 3-25-63 8.35 5-25-63 8.37 7-25-63 7.87 12-15-63 8.60 3-31-63 8.35 5-31-63 8.50 7-31-63 7.82 12-20-63 8.45 45-63 8.34 65-63 8.39 9-30-63 8.10 12-25-63 8.81 4-10-63 8.33 6-10-63 8.22 105-63 7.91 12-31-63 8.16 4-15-63 8.60 6-15-63 8.46 10-10-63 7.90 008-536-142 6-30-63 144.1 8-15-63 149.1 9-30-63 146.8 11-15-63 147.9 300844N0853633.1 75-63 140.0 8-20-63 149.9 105-63 147.2 11-20-63 147.3 7-10-63 145.9 8-25-63 149.3 10-10-63 147.6 11-25-63 147.0 7-15-63 148.7 8-31-63 148.0 10-15-63 148.0 11-30-63 146.7 7-20-63 150.3 95-63 142.4 10-20-63 148.1 125-63 147.0 7-25-63 150.8 9-10-63 144.7 10-25-63 148.1 12-10-63 146.8 7-31-63 150.4 9-15-63 146.1 10-31-63 148.1 12-15-63 143.3 85-63 150.2 9-20-63 146.0 115-63 147.8 12-20-63 144.1 8-10-63 150.3 9-25-63 147.0 11-10-63 147.2 12-25-63 143.5 012-541-213 2-15-62 h7.96 4-25-62 7.90 8-15-62 8.95 10-25-62 8.52 101250N9854128.1 2-20-62 7.98 4-30-62 8.05 8-20-62 9.24 10-31-62 8.13 2-25-62 7.95 51-62 h8.13 8-25-62 9.05 115-62 8.64 2-28-62 7.86 6-11-62 h10.27 8-31-62 9.00 11-10-62 8.50 35-62 7.75 6-15-62 10.17 95-62 9.08 11-15-62 8.37 3-10-62 7.61 6-20-62 10.12 9-10-62 9.01 11-20-62 8.07 3-15-62 7.71 6-25-62 10.19 9-15-62 8.62 11-25-62 8.26 3-20-62 7.62 7-11-62 h9.30 9-20-62 8.37 125-62 7.88 3-25-62 7.65 7-15-62 9.21 9-25-62 8.30 12-10-62 e8.2 3-31-62 7.48 7-20-62 9.14 9-30-62 8.35 12-15-62 8.26 45-62 7.68 7-25-62 9.02 105-62 8.21 12-20-62 8.35 4-10-62 7.58 7-31-62 8.70 10-10-62 8.24 12-25-62 8.22 4-15-62 7.69 85-62 8.65 10-15-62 8.14 12-31-62 8.09 __ _ 4-20-62 7.85 8-10-62 8.70 10-20-62 8.22 15-63 7.83 * Estimated. h Tape measurement. 80

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Table 9B.--Continued Well Date tr Date ate Date Dat ater number level level level level 012-541-213 1-10-63 7.54 4-20-63 8.87 85-63 8.78 11-15-63 8.67 301250N0854128.1-15-63 7.63 4-25-63 9.41 8-10-63 8.70 11-20-63 8.23 (Continued) 1-20-63 7.10 4-30-63 9.34 8-15-63 8.65 11-25-63 8.01 1-25-63 7.61 55-63 9.62 8-20-63 8.50 11-30-63 7.85 1-31-63 7.67 5-10-63 9.58 8-25-63 8.48 125-63 7.54 25-63 7.70 5-15-63 9.71 8-31-63 8.55 12-10-63 7.52 2-10-63 7.65 5-20-63 9.97 95-63 8.64 12-15-63 7.35 2-15-63 e7.6 5-25-63 10.32 9-10-63 8.64 12-25-63 e7.2 2-20-63 7.37 5-31-63 10.56 9-15-63 8.77 12-31-63 e7.0 2-25-63 7.39 65-63 10.67 9-20-63 8.65 2-28-63 7.47 6-10-63 10.69 9-25-63 h8.89 35-63 7.05 6-15-63 10.60 9-30-63 8.15 3-10-63 7.38 6-20-63 10.16 105-63 8.16 3-15-63 7.53 6-25-63 9.81 10-10-63 8.06 3-20-63 7.47 6-30-63 9.55 10-15-63 8.22 3-25-63 7.85 75-63 9.35 10-20-63 8.26 3-31-63 8.15 7-15-63 h9.37 10-25-63 8.28 45-63 8.35 7-20-63 9.21 10-31-63 8.55 4-10-63 8.47 7-25-63 9.10 115-63 8.35 4-15-63 8.92 7-31-63 8.89 11-10-63 8.25 012-550-331a 2-16-62 h25.11 7-10-62 28.40 11-28-62 h27.56 6-25-63 28.41 301210N0855059.1 2-20-62 25.20 7-15-62 28.51 1-16-63 h26.62 6-30-63 28.65 2-25-62 25.12 7-20-62 28.64 1-20-63 25.93 75-63 28.91 2-28-62 25.01 7-25-62 29.01 1-25-63 26.33 7-10-63 29.08 35-62 25.34 7-31-62 28.97 1-31-63 26.15 7-15-63 29.32 3-10-62 25.08 85-62 29.10 25-63 26.06 7-20-63 29.59 3-15-62 h25.11 8-10-62 29.30 2-10-63 25.71 7-25-63 29.40 3-20-62 25.08 8-15-62 29.63 2-15-63 25.94 7-31-63 29.60 3-25-62 24.92 8-20-62 30.00 2-20-63 25.68 85-63 29.90 3-31-62 24.68 8-25-62 29.69 2-25-63 25.65 8-10-63 30.00 45-62 25.10 8-31-62 30.00 2-28-63 25.73 8-15-63 30.00 4-10-62 25.08 95-62 30.00 35-63 25.41 8-20-63 30.19 4-15-62 25.20 9-10-62 29.86 3-10-63 25.77 8-25-63 30.23 4-20-62 25.32 9-15-62 29.43 3-15-63 25.69 8-31-63 30.40 4-30-62 25.43 9-20-62 29.18 3-20-63 25.61 95-63 30.64 55-62 25.71 9-25-62 29.10 3-25-63 h25.89 9-10-63 30.43 5-10-62 25.89 9-30-62 29.01 3-31-63 25.90 9-15-63 30.55 5-15-62 26.08 105-62 28.93 45-63 h26.22 9-20-63 30.32 5-20-62 26.22 10-10-62 28.83 4-10-63 25.99 9-25-63 30.31 5-25-62 26.40 10-15-62 28.72 4-15-63 26.35 9-30-63 29.60 5-31-62 26.77 10-20-62 28.69 4-20-63 26.23 105-63 29.59 65-62 27.38 10-25-62 28.73 4-25-63 26.45 10-10-63 29.42 6-10-62 27.70 10-31-62 28.14 4-30-63 26.39 10-15-63 29.40 6-15-62 27.56 115-62 28.20 55-63 26.69 10-20-63 29.30 6-20-62 27.88 11-10-62 27.91 5-10-63 26.88 10-25-63 29.15 6-25-62 28.19 11-15-62 27.78 5-16-63 h26.94 10-31-63 28.92 6-30-62 28.33 11-20-62 27.50 5-20-63 26.80 12-11-63 h27.33 75-62 28.33 11-25-62 27.70 6-24-63 h28.41 12-31-63 26.67 015-535-113 28-62 h+0.95 6-15-62 40.94 10-15-62 +1.45 35-63 +1.94 301550N0853558.1 2-10-62 +1.12 6-20-62 + .84 10-20-62 +1.39 3-10-63 +1.69 2-15-62 +1.03 6-25-62 + .72 10-25-62 +1.19 3-15-63 +1.63 2-20-62 + .98 6-30-62 + .86 10-31-62 +1.46 3-20-63 +1.73 2-25-62 +1.02 75-62 + .99 115-62 +1.13 3-25-63 +1.38 2-28-62 +1.08 7-10-62 + .96 11-10-62 +1.31 3-31-63 +1.28 35-62 +1.18 7-15-62 + .84 11-15-62 +1.27 45-63 +1.31 3-10-62 +1.23 7-20-62 + .96 11-20-62 +1.46 4-10-63 +1.42 3-15-62 +1.18 7-25-62 +1.03 11-30-62 +1.36 4-15-63 +1.06 3-20-62 +1.24 7-31-62 h+1.19 125-62 +1.64 4-20-63 +1.11 3-25-62 +1.25 85-62 +1.19 12-15-62 +1.33 4-25-63 + .88 3-31-62 +1.41 8-10-62 +1.26 12-20-62 +1.35 4-30-63 + .93 45-62 +1.36 8-15-62 +1.06 12-25-62 +1.36 55-63 + .74 4-10-62 +1.47 8-20-62 + .96 12-31-62 +1.41 5-10-63 + .60 4-15-62 +1.48 8-25-62 +1.13 1-15-63 +1.57 5-15-63 + .52 4-20-62. +1.32 8-31-62 +1.03 1-20-63 +1.97 5-20-63 + .44 4-25-62 +1.26 95-62 + .92 1-25-63 +1.61 5-25-63 + .30 4-30-62 +1.30 9-10-62 +1.07 1-31-63 +1.76 5-31-63 + .30 5-10-62 +1.06 9-15-62 +1.42 25-63 +1.70 65-63 + .22 5-15-62 + .95 9-20-62 +1.58 2-10-63 +1.74 6-10-63 + .22 5-20-62 + .98 9-25-62 +1.52 2-15-63 +1.60 6-15-63 + .17 5-25-62 + .79 9-30-62 +1.42 2-20-63 +1.81 6-20-63 + .51 5-31-62 + .69 105-62 +1.54 2-25-63 +1.77 6-25-63 + .68 6-10-62 + .71 10-10-62 +1.49 2-28-63 +1.72 6-30-63 + .84 81

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Table 9,--Continued Well Wate Date Water Date Water Date Water number level level level level 015-535-113 75-63 +0.92 8-20-63 +1.63 9-30-63 +2.09 11-25-63 +1.21 301550N0853558.1 7-15-63 h+1.04 8-25-63 +1.55 10-23-63 h+1.46 11-30-63 +1.38 (Continued) 7-20-63 +1.21 8-31-63 +1.56 10-25-63 e+1.4 125-63 +1.39 7-25-63 +1.57 95-63 +1.63 10-31-63 e+1.2 12-10-63 +1.35 7-31-63 +1.69 9-10-63 +1.59 115-63 e+1.4 12-15-63 +1.65 85-63 +1.68 9-15-63 +1.49 11-10-63 e+1.4 12-20-63 +1.48 8-10-63 +1.67 9-20-63 +1.60 11-15-63 e+1.0 12-25-63 +1.53 8-15-63 +1.70 9-25-63 h+1.41 11-20-63 a+1.1 12-31-63 +1.70 WASHINGTON COUNTY 030-535-422A 10-25-62 11.68 2-15-63 10.48 65-63 12.95 9-20-63 9.21 30302580853501.1 115-62 12.02 2-20-63 10.34 6-10-63 13.15 9-25-63 9.42 11-10-62 11.97 2-25-63 10.25 6-15-63 13.30 9-30-63 8.39 11-15-62 12.04 2-28-63 10.25 6-20-63 13.13 105-63 8.33 11-20-62 12.12 35-63 10.15 6-25-63 12.87 10-10-63 8.43 11-25-62 12,21 3-10-63 10.25 6-30-63 12.63 10-15-63 8.58 11-30-62 12.28 3-15-63 10.30 75-63 12.10 10-25-63 8.89 125-62 12.32 3-20-63 10.28 7-15-63 12.78 10-31-63 9.12 12-10-62 12.47 3-25-63 10.41 7-20-63 12.78 115-63 9.24 12-15-62 12.57 3-31-63 10.55 7-25-63 10.24 11-10-63 9.30 12-20-62 12.70 45-63 10.86 7-31-63 9.60 11-15-63 9.39 12-25-62 12.80 4-10-63 10.70 85-63 9.53 11-20-63 9.55 1-20-63 10.68 4-15-63 10.74 8-25-63 8.67 11-25-63 9.49 1-25-63 10.43 4-20-63 11.87 8-31-63 8.75 11-30-63 9.93 1-31-63 10.44 5-20-63 12.45 95-63 8.78 25-63 10.45 5-25-63 12.59 9-10-63 8.90 2-10-63 10.54 5-30-63 12.76 9-15-63 9.08 046-531-213 3-28-61 35.9 75-62 36.80 12-10-62 40.71 5-15-63 37.63 304649n0853129.1 7-12-61 34.80 7-10-62 37.10 12-15-62 40.53 5-20-63 37.84 9-29-61 33.99 7-15-62 37.40 12-20-62 40.60 5-25-63 37.80 10-20-61 35.43 7-20-62 37.68 12-25-62 40.58 5-31-63 37.87 11-30-61 37.91 7-25-62 37.89 12-31-62 40.52 65-63 38.03 1-11-62 34.16 7-31-62 38.10 15-63 40.39 6-10-63 39.78 2-25-62 33.60 85-62 38.35 1-10-63 40.22 6-15-63 37.50 2-28-62 33.53 8-10-62 38.54 1-15-63 39.29 6-20-63 37.88 35-62 33.32 8-15-62 38.87 1-20-63 37.53 6-25-63 37.60 3-10-62 33.30 8-20-62 39.18 1-25-63 37.20 6-30-63 37.50 3-15-62 33.21 8-25-62 39.30 1-31-63 36.70 75-63 37.28 3-20-62 33.09 8-31-62 39.50 25-63 36.45 7-10-63 37.27 3-25-62 33.19 95-62 39.83 2-10-63 36.38 7-15-63 37.24 3-31-62 32.54 9-10-62 40.02 2-15-63 36.24 7-20-63 36.59 45-62 32.21 9-15-62 40.00 2-20-63 35.80 7-25-63 35.68 4-10-62 32.27 9-20-62 40.09 2-25-63 35.49 7-31-63 34.66 4-15-62 32.18 9-25-62 40.17 2-28-63 35.48 85-63 34.55 4-20-62 32.48 9-30-62 40.30 35-63 35.19 9-25-63 36.70 4-25-62 32.88 105-62 40.31 3-10-63 35.50 9-30-63 36.82 55-62 33.30 10-10-62 40.40 3-15-63 35.41 105-63 36.42 5-10-62 33.63 10-15-62 40.41 3-20-63 35.09 10-10-63 36.31 5-15-62 34.19 10-20-62 40.43 3-25-63 35.46 10-15-63 36.43 5-20-62 34.40 10-25-62 40.62 3-31-63 35.67 10-20-63 36.57 5-25-62 34.88 10-31-62 40.45 45-63 35.79 10-25-63 36.80 5-31-62 35.31 115-62 40.88 4-10-63 35.39 10-31-63 37.20 65-62 35.52 11-10-62 40.99 4-15-63 36.40 115-63 37.18 6-10-62 35.93 11-15-62 40.96 4-20-63 36.57 11-10-63 37.44 6-15-62 35.99 11-20-62 40.89 4-25-63 36.93 11-15-63 37.92 6-20-62 36.21 11-25-62 41.08 4-30-63 37.05 11-20-63 37.97 6-25-62 36.52 11-30-62 40.95 55-63 37.17 11-25-63 37.95 6-30-62 36.69 125-62 40.67 5-10-63 37.41 11-30-63 37.50 82

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Table 10. Pumping test data in the Econfina Creek basin area. Long Beach Pump Test [Pumped well 010-548-124; March 20, 1963; well pumped 200 gpm; distance between wells (r)=1750 feet] Drawdown of pumped well Recovery of pumped well Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elasped time Water levels Recovery Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Pump on 0702 34.37* 14 00 74.93 62.44 9 00 41.60 7.23 16 00 72.44 64.93 11 00 46.89 12.52 20 00 69.98 67.39 12 00 55.21 20.84 23 00 68.53 68.84 13 00 66.03 31.66 25 00 67.14 70.23 15 00 72.20 37.83 29 00 65.00 72.37 17 00 81.01 46.64 33 00 63.51 73.86 20 00 89.64 55.27 35 00 62.67 74.70 24 00 93.97 59.60 37 00 61.93 75.44 30 00 100.76 66.39 40 00 60.90 76.47 56 00 156.68 122.31 44 00 59.68 77.69 61 00 157.03 122.66 47 00 58.88 78.49 76 00 159.85 125.48 51 00 58.09 79.28 98 00 162.29 127.92 56 00 56.98 80.39 118 00 164.41 130.04 69 00 54.38 82.99 148 00 166.55 132.18 81 00 52.66 84.71 178 00 168.02 133.65 89 00 51.57 85.80 208 00 169.36 134.99 102 00 50.16 87.21 240 00 170.41 136.04 149 00 46.44 90.93 271 00 171.17 136.80 179 00 44.70 92.67 298 00 171.74 137.37 212 00 43.24 94.13 Pump off 1201 242 00 42.15 95.22 270 00 41.30 96.07 Recovery of pumped well 299 00 40.52 96.85 Elasped time St Water levels Recovery 333 00 39.70 97.67 Min. sec. (ft) (ft) 359 00 39.16 98.21 359 00 39.16 98.21 1 00 98.79 38.58 474 00 37.37 100.00 7 00 82.70 54.67 595 00 36.04 101.33 10 00 79.13 58.24 658 00 35.47 101.90 12 00 76.89 60.48 719 00 34.99 102.38 *Water level immediately prior to start of test 83

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Table 10 conttnued Bid-a-Wee Fumpnn Test I[Prpd well 012.550-331si April 1-, 19631 vell pumped 55 gpm; distence between wells (r)-49 teet) Drewdown of obervaton e d rm um Drwdon of o rvation well w de unaum lalsped ttme VWteo levels Drawdown hlosped Lim Water levels Drawdown HLn. Sec. (t) (It) MHn. See. (t) (tt) ump on 0900 31.48* 14 00 42.90 11.42 (4-1-83) 0o S1 31.59 .11 15 00 43.09 11.61 00 30 31.72 .24 16 00 43.26 11.78 00 45 31.82 .34 17 00 43.50 12.02 l 00 32.13 .65 18 00 43.70 12.22 1 tI 32.39 1.11 19 00 43.94 12.46 1 30 33.06 1.58 21 00 44.35 12.87 t 4 33.58 2.10 22 00 44.53 13.05 2 00 34.09 2.61 23 1i 44.79 13.31 2 S 34.53 3.05 25 00 45.12 13.64 2 10 34.94 3.46 27 00 45.42 13.94 2 43 33.38 3.90 29 00 45.72 14.24 1 00 35.78 4.30 30 00 45.87 14.39 1 t1 36.11 4.63 32 00 46.14 14.66 3 10 36.44 4.96 34 00 46.39 14.91 1 43 36.80 5.32 36 00 46.63 15.15 4 00 37.10 5.62 40 00 47.06 15.58 4 1i 37.38 5.90 44 00 47.45 15.97 4 31 37.42 6.14 49 00 47.80 16.32 5 15 18.48 7.00 53 00 48.20 16.72 3 43 38.81 7.33 56 00 48.42 16.94 6 00 39.02 7.54 60 00 48.69 17.21 1 00 39.78 8.30 70 00 49.28 17.80 7 15 39.85 8.37 90 00 50.22 18.74 8 13 40.54 9.06 93 00 50.33 18.85 8 30 40.69 9.21 105 00 50.79 19.31 9 00 40.96 9.48 109 00 50.92 19.44 10 00 41.41 9.93 120 00 51.29 19.81 t1 00 41.82 10.34 136 00 51.74 20.26 I1 30 42.39 10.91 150 00 52.09 20.61 1) 00 42.59 11.11 165 00 52.44 20.96 *atetr l*vel tIm4kately prior to start of test 84

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TAblh 10 continued id-a-Wee@ Plmping Test continued Drawdown of observation well d urtna pumpn in Rcove of o EKasped time Wat@e leve@ Drawdown Elahped time ator levels Recovery Min. Soc. (ft) (t) tn. c. (ft) ( 180 00 52.77 21.29 7 15 48.10 7.15 240 00 53.86 22.38 8 00 47.80 7.45 254 00 54.06 22.58 9 00 47.40 7.85 256 00 54.07 22,59 10 00 47.05 8.20 273 00 54.27 22.79 12 00 46.38 8.87 300 00 54.58 23.10 13 00 45.94 9.31 330 00 54.93 23.45 14 00 45.82 9.43 360 00 55.25 23.77 15 00 45.41 9.84 I'ump off 1500 (4-1-63) 16 00 45.33 9.92 17 00 44.99 10.26 Recovery of obervaLtonn wll 19 00 44.69 10.56 llanped tin e Water levels Recovery 20 00 44.49 10.76 Hin. Soc. (ft) ()t) 21 00 44.31 10.94 1 15 53.17 2.08 22 00 44.13 11.12 1 30 52.78 2.47 23 00 43.98 11.27 1 45 52.38 2.87 24 00 43.80 11.45 2 00 52.03 3.22 25 00 43.66 11.59 2 15 51.76 3.49 26 00 43.51 11.74 2 30 51.44 3.81 27 00 43.36 11.89 2 45 51.18 4.07 30 00 42.97 12.28 3 00 50.91 4.34 33 00 42.61 12.64 3 15 50.79 4.46 35 00 42.39 12.86 3 30 50.46 4.79 40 00 41.89 13.36 3 45 50.23 5.02 45 00 41.44 13.81 4 00 50.07 5.18 50 00 41.05 14.20 4 15 49.87 5.38 55 00 40.70 14.55 4 30 49.69 5.56 60 00 40.37 14.88 4 45 49.51 5.74 75 00 39.58 15.67 5 00 49.36 5.89 93 00 38.86 16.39 5 15 49.22 6.03 120 00 37.95 17.30 5 30 49.04 6.21 150 00 37.24 18.01 5 45 48.89 6.36 161 00 37.00 18.25 6 00 48,80 6.45 180 00 36.68 18.57 85

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Table 10 continued Bid-a-Wee Pumping Test continued Recovery of observation vell Elasped time Water levels Recovery Min. sec. (ft) (ft) 270 00 35.55 19.70 433 00 34.17 21.08 1125 00 32.84 22.41 Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test (Pumped wvll 016-541-323; December 3-5, 1962; well pumped 504 gpm; distance between wells (r)-1195 feet] Dradown of pumped w _11 pradown of pumped wel Elasped time Water levels Drawdown El1sped time Water levels Dradown Min. Sec. (tt) (ft) Min. Sec. (tt) (ft) Pump on 1100 5.66 (12-3-62) 20 00 21.66 16.00 00 13 11.05 5.39 20 45 21.81 16.15 1 15 14.30 8.64 21 30 21.97 16.31 2 15 15.80 10.14 22 30 22.13 16.47 3 00 15.61 9.95 23 15 22.27 16.61 3 45 16.24 10.58 24 15 22.44 16.78 & 30 16.65 10.99 25 00 22.57 16.91 5 15 17.05 11.39 26 00 22.73 17.07 6 00 17.44 11.78 26 45 22.83 17.17 6 45 15.60 9.94 27 30 22.95 17.29 7 30 18.11 12.45 28 15 23.08 17.42 8 15 18.41 12.75 29 00 -.--.... 9 15 18.78 13.12 30 00 23.34 17.68 10 15 19.13 13.47 31 00 23.48 17.82 11 00 19.38 13.72 31 45 23.58 17.92 11 45 19.59 13.93 32. 30 23.68 18.02 12 45 19.93 14.27 33 15 23.79 18.13 13 30 20.13 14.47 34 00 23.90 18.24 14 15 20.34 14.68 35 00 24.04 18.38 15 00 20.54 14.88 36 00 24.18 18.52 15 45 20.72 15.06 38 00 24.40 18.74 16 45 20.94 15.28 38 45 24.49 18.83 17 30 21.12 15.46 39 30 24.58 18.92 18 15 21.31 15.65 40 45 24.72 19.06 19 15 211 15.85 41 45 24.82 19.16 86

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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued Drawdown of pumped well Drawdon of pumped vll Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elasped time Water lvaels Drawdown Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) 43 30 25.02 19.36 150 00 30.50 24.84 44 45 25.12 19.46 155 00 30.63 24.97 45 45 25.23 19.57 160 00 30.75 25.09 47 15 25.38 19.72 165 00 30.87 25.21 48 00 25.44 19.78 172 00 31.03 25.37 48 45 25.52 19.86 175 15 31.15 25.49 49 30 25.58 19.92 180 00 31.21 25.55 50 15 25.64 19.98 195 00 31.45 25.79 51 15 25.73 20.07 210 00 31.82 26.16 52 00 25.79 20.13 225 00 32.16 26.50 52 45 25.86 20.20 240 00 32.38 26.72 53 30 25.90 20.24 255 00 32.57 26.91 54 15 25.96 20.30 270 00 32.74 27.08 55 30 26.05 20.39 285 00 32.92 27.26 56 45 26.15 20.49 300 00 33.07 27.41 57 30 26.20 20.54 332 00 33.34 27.68 58. 30 26.27 20.61 365 00 33.75 28.09 60 00 26.42 20.76 393 00 33.97 28.31 65 00 26.83 21.17 424 00 34.19 28.53 70 00 27.16 21.50 487 00 34.66 29.00 75 00 27.45 21.79 548 00 34.95 29.29 80 00 27.72 22.06 608 00 35.45 29.79 85 00 27.97 22.31 667 00 35.67 30.01 90 00 28.20 22.54 725 00 35.84 30.18 95 00 28.50 25.84 784 00 36.03 30.37 100 00 28.79 26.13 844 00 36.19 30.53 105 00 29.00 23.34 905 00 36.32 30.66 110 15 29.22 23.56 973 00 36.86 31.20 115 00 .29.39 23.73 1026 00 36.69 31.03 120 00 29.56 23.90 1089 00 36.80 31.14 125 00 29.73 24.07 1149 00 37.06 31.40 130 00 29.88 24.22 1205 00 37.21 31.55 135 00 30.04 24.38 1264 00 37.30 31.64 140 00 30.18 24.52 1325 00 37.39 31.73 145 00 30.35 24.69 1385 00 37.47 31.81 87

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Latnsng Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued ra lsof of mned w411 -Drd dom of pumed we ll_ glasped tim Water levels Drawdon Blasped time Vater levels Dradown Min. Sec. (It) (ft) min. Sea. (ft) (tt) 1443 00 37.54 31.88 1740 00 37.79 32.13 1305 00 37.38 31.72 1800 00 38.08 32.42 1307 00 37.39 31.64 1875 00 38.08 32.42 1350 00 37.48 31.82 1926 00 38.20 32.54 1620 00 37.57 31.91 1987 00 38.34 32.68 164 00 37.65 31.99 Pump off 130q (12-5-62) Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test (Obeervation well 016-541-314] rawdown of obervation well dtin pumptin r Dawdown of observation well dur n puming tlseped tim Water levels Drdown Elasped time Wter levels Drawdown Min. Sec. (tt) (ft) Min. Sec. (t) (ft) Pump on 1100 4.73 (12-3-62) 10 30 4.72 .05 00 15 4.67 11 00 4.72 .05 00 30 4.67 11 30 4.72 .05 00 45 4.67 12 00 4.72 .05 1 00 4.67 12 30 4.73 .06 1 15 4.67 13 00 4.73 .06 1 30 4.67 13 30 4.75 .08 1 45 4.69 .02 14 00 4.75 .08 2 00 4.71 .04 15 00 4.76 .09 3 45 4.71 .04 16 00 4.76 .09 4 00 4.71 .04 17 00 4.77 .10 4 15 4.71 .04 18 00 4.77 .10 5 00 4.71 .04 18 30 4.77 .10 5 30 4.71 .04 19 00 4.77 .10 6 00 4.71 .04 20 00 4.79 .12 7 00 4.71 .04 21 00 4.81 .14 7 43 4.71 .04 22 00 4.81 .14 8 00 4.71 .04 23 00 4.82 .15 8 30 4.72 .05 24 00 4.83 .16 6 45 %.72 .05 25 00 4.85 .18 9 00 4.72 .05 26 00 4.86 .19 9 30 4.72 .05 28 00 4.88 .21 o1 00 4,72 .05 31 00 4.91 .24 88

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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued nrawdovn of observation well durin pumping Drawdown of observation well during pumpin Elasped time Water levels Drawdown Elpedtme Water levels rawdown Min. Sec. ((ft) (f) Min. Sec. (ft) (ft) 34 00 4.92 .25 165 00 6.45 1.78 37 00 4.98 .31 170 00 6.52 1.85 40 00 5.03 .36 175 00 6.53 1.86 43 00 5.07 .40 180 00 6.55 1.88 45 00 5.12 .45 195 00 6.71 2.04 48 00 5.12 .45 210 00 6.84 2.17 50 00 5.12 .48 225 00 6.91 2.24 53 00 5.12 .54 240 00 7.03 2.36 55 00 5.24 .57 255 00 7.14 2.47 58 00 5.29 .62 270 00 7.24 2.57 60 00 5.31 .64 285 00 7.35 2.68 63 00 5.32 .65 300 00 7.44 2.77 65 00 5.35 .68 330 00 7.62 2.95 68 00 5.39 .72 362 00 7.78 3.11 70 00 5.41 .74 390 00 7.93 3.26 73 00 5.44 .77 421 00 8.06 3.39 75' 00 5.47 .80 480 00 8.33 3.66 80 00 5.55 .88 510 00 8.44 3.77 85 00 5.60 .93 540 00 8.55 3.88 90 00 5.66 .99 570 00 8.62 3.95 95 00 5.71 1.04 600 00 8.72 4.05 100 00 5.77 1.10 630 00 8.83 4.16 105 00 5.83 1.16 660 00 8.94 4.27 110 00 5.87 1.20 690 00 9.00 4.33 115 00 5.94 1.27 721 00 9.10 4.37 120 00 5.99 1.32 780 00 9.20 4.53 125 00 6.04 1.37 840 00 9.33 4.66 130 00 6.10 1.43 902 00 9.46 4.79 135 00 6.14 1.47 960 00 9.57 4.90 140 00 6.19 1.52 1020 00 9.68 5.01 145 00 6.25 1.58 1078 00 9.80 5.13 150 00 6.31 1.64 1141 00 9.89 5.24 155 00 6.35 1.68 1201 00 10.02 5.35 160 00 6.42 1.75 1260 00 10.12 5.45 89

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Lansing Smith Steam Plant Pumping Test continued Dradaon of observation vell during pumpin Drawdown o bservation well durin pumping Ilapod time Waer ee Draown Easpod tm Water level Drawdown mn. Sc. *(ft) (t) Min. Soc. (ft) (ft) 1320 00 10.21 5.54 2040 00 10.97 6.30 1380 00 10.30 5.63 2160 00 11.08 6.40 1440 00 10.34 5.67 2280 00 11.18 6.51 1500 00 10.39 5.72 2400 00 11.25 6.58 1560 00 10.45 5.78 2520 00 11.35 6.68 1620 00 10.52 5.85 2640 00 11.45 6.78 1682 00 10.60 5.93 2760 00 11.50 6.83 1740 00 10.68 6.01 2880 00 11.53 6.86 1800 00 10.73 6.06 2940 00 11.55 6.88 1943 00 10.90 6.23 2995 00 11.60 6.93 Pump off 1306 (12-5-62) _ 90

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Table 11. Logs of selected wells in the Econfina Creek basin area. (The well samples are filed with the Florida Geological Survey under the designated W-number listed with each well number.) Well 956-524-1411. (295645N0852ý)9.1)' W-2939Depth, in feet, Material below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, brown, quartz, very fine, subangular to subrounded; brown organic material coating sand grains; pieces of brown organic material. 0 -10 As above, except sand lighter brown in color and with less organic materials. ....... .10 -20 As above, with abundant fragments of charred wood; some mica ................ .20 -30 Sand, brown, quartz, fine to coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; some clay material coating sand grains ......... .30 -40 Sand, gray to light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; gray clay material coating sand; some charred wood...... ......... .40 -50 Sand, light gray, quartz, coarse, subangluar to subrounded, clear to opaque. ........ ...50 -60 As above, except grain size ranges from fine to very coarse; some gray clay cementing grains; some mica ..................... 60 -70 1/ 2/ U.S. Geological Survey nine digit well number, see explanation in text. 3/ U.S. Geological Survey 14 digit well number, see explanation in text. SFlorida Geological Survey well number. 91

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Well 956-524-141 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface As above, with white crystalline calcite fragments; no mica .............. 70 -90 As above, with some gray clay. ........ 90 -100 Choctawhatchee Formation: Shell, mollusks, corals, brachiopods; clay, gray; sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite; foraminifers ................. 100 -110 Limestone, gray to tan, crystalline; calcitized shell fragments and foraminifers; some sand; black phosphorite. .......... ..... .110 -120 Shell mollusks, coral, brachiopoda; clay, gray; sand, quartz, medium to coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite; foraminifers ................. 120 -130 As above, with increase in small shell fragments ............. ..... .130 -180 As above, increase in fine quartz sand ....180 -190 As above, much more fine sand; some dark gray clay .................... .190 -200 As above, but slightly clayey. ......... .200 -220 As above, but more clayey. ........... .220 -250 As above, but more calcareous. ......... .250 -260 92

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Well 956-524-141 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, gray to brown, mostly shell fragments and foraminifers; some sand, white, fine, clear to frosted (possibly contamination); black phosphorite 260 -290 As above, with an increase in sand, 35% of sample; mica flakes; black phosphorite grains .................... 290 -300 As above but less sand (approximately 10% of sample) ............. ....... 300 -310 As above, but less sand (6 to 8% of sample). .. 310 -340 Chipola Formation: Limestone, gray to brown, composed of shell fragments, and foraminifers; small amount of quartz sand grains and grains of black phosphorite; some white crystalline calcite. .340 -370 As above, but with increase coral fragments ..370 -390 Limestone, cream colored to light gray, crystalline, composed of shell, abundant foraminifers; sand, white, quartz, very fine, subangular to subrounded, clear; few black phosphorite grains ...... ...390 -400 As above, but with very little sand; coral fragments................ ....... .400 -420 93

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Well 956-524-141 (Continued) Depth, in feet Materials below land surface No sample .................... 420 -424 As 400-420 above, with pea sized quartz grains; very fine sphericle phosphorite and some white shell fragments. ............ .424 -460 Limestone, white, fragmental; shell fragments foraminifers and approximately 40% sand; sand, white, quartz, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; a few black phosphorite grains ............... ...... .460 -480 Tampa Formation: Limestone, cream to tan colored, fragments of crystalline limestone; shell fragments ....480 -497 94

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Well 006-540-412 (300630N0854017.1) W-5812 Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse; subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; gray clay coating some sand grains; some black phosphorite grains; a few foraminifers. ............... .0 -10 Sand, brown, fine to very coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, with brown clay coating some grains; limestone, white, crystalline, foraminifers; some greenish gray limestone containing phosphorite and sand grains. ......... .10 -20 As above, with less limestone and with some green glauconite ............... .20 -40 As above, with a few limestone fragments; some black phosphorite grains; black organic material ................... .40 -60 As above, with abundant shell fragments, mica flakes and foraminifers. ............ 60 -70 As above, with increased amounts of shell fragments. .................. 70 -80 95

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Well 006-540-412 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, white, fossiliferous, green glauconite; limestone, gray, containing sand, phosphorite, and shell; no mica. .... 80 -90 As above, but more clayey. ............ 90 -100 Choctawhatchee Formation: Limestone, light gray, crystalline, with foraminifers; sandy, black phosphorite, and abundant black and white shell; sand, fine to coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, containing green glauconite, mica ........ .100 -110 As above, but approximately 65% sand and 35% limestone and shell. ............. .110 -120 Sand, white, slightly clayey, quartz, fine to medium, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, containing a few limestone fragments; abundant black phosphorite grains; foraminifers (Robulus); mica flakes; green glauconite. 120 -160 As above, with abundant foraminifers; with large black phosphorite pebbles and fragments of pyrite. .................. 160 -170 As above, with less foraminifers and shell fragments ................... 170 -180 As above, but more clayey. ........... .180 -190 96

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Well 006-540-412 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, white to gray, soft, and finely granular, sandy, containing black shell fragments; foraminifers, black phosphorite, and glauconite .. ........ ... .. .... 190 -220 Sand, light gray to white, quartz, coarse to small gravel, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; shell fragments; black phosphorite, foraminifers. ....... .220 -240 As above, with an increase in limestone. ... ..240 -250 As above, with approximately 40% limestone and shell and 60%/ sand; gray sandy limestone ...250 -260 As above, with approximately 5% limestone and shell. .... ... ..............260 -280 Limestone, beige to greenish-gray, fossiliferous; sand; black phosphorite and glauconite .................. 280 -300 Chipola Formation: Limestone, white, soft, fossiliferous; gray sandy limestone and shell fragments. .... ..300 -310 As above, with abundant foraminifers; a few pea sized sand grains and some glauconite. ... .310 -320 As above, with some black material embedded in limestone. ... .............. .320 -330 97

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Well 006-540-412 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface As above, with fragments of limonite and gray sandy limestone .............. ..330 -420 As above, with fragments of gray sandy limestone and some black material filling fossil cavaties (phosphorite and/or glauconite) .....420 -440 As above, without gray limestone fragments; white limestone fragments contain abundant black inclusions ............... 440 -470 As above, with addition of green glauconite. .. 470 -500 98

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Well 009-533-342 (300908N0853335.1) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subrounded, clear to frosted; black phosphorite and limonite ........... 0 -17 As above, but darker gray with gray clay coating grains; organic material and mica. ... .17 -42 Choctawhatchee Formation: Sand, dark gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subrounded, clear to frosted; clay containing shell, foraminifers, and black phosphorite grains ...... .42 -52 Limestone, gray, hard, with shell and black phosphorite .................. 52 -104 Clay, greenish-gray, with foraminifors; shell fragments; black phosphorite grains; some sand ............... 104 -180 No sample...... ......... .... .180 -190 Chipola Formation: Limestone, white, fine grained, fossiliferous, some crystalline limestone fragments; coral; some black material in matrix. ........ .190 -255 As above, but grayish white, with increase in black material (heavy mineral, phosphorite, or glauconite) ................ 255 -277 99

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Well 009-533-342 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Tampa Formation: Limestone, beige, crystalline, fossiliferous and abundant foraminifers. ........... 277 -320 Limestone, beige to white, crystalline, abundant foraminifers; black material in fossil tests ................ .320 -384 As above, with more abundant foraminifers. ...384 -406 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, cream colored, fossiliferous; with less black material. ............. .406 -428 Limestone, tan to white, crystalline.. .... .428 -448 As above, with more broken fossil fragments. .. 448 -511 Limestone, tan, crystalline, black inclusions in white fossil tests; shell fragments mineralized. ................. .511 -532 As above, but limestone more white in color. .. 532 -554 As above, but with abundant foraminifera ....554 -577 100

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Well 010-541-112 (301057N0854149.1) W-3648 Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; a few foraminifers; some purple clay and fragments of mica flakes. .... .. .0 -30 As above, with a few black phosphorite gri ins. .30 -40 As above, with limonite nodules. .......40 -50 As above, with some green glauconite .....50 -60 Choctawhatchee 'ormation: Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subrounded to rounded,, clear to frosted; li:. ,Irton, ,ray, soft, crystalline fragmenito ; shAl; ;or.imlnilfoers; black phosphorite fgral-i; l..-mcoilt and isomni clay material ...........60 -70 Limestone, white, soft, finely granuilar, with sand and clay; bla.ck phosphorite; glauconite, dark gray limetfione fragments; shell fragments 70 -80 As above, with white limestone fragments containing fine pyrite crystals ........... 80 -90 As above, with increase in metallic crystals ..90 -140 As above, with small gravel .ized sand; black and brown phosphorite of small gravel size ... 140 -150 101

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Well 010-541-112 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials .below land surface As above, but more greenish-gray in color and more clayey .................. 150 -160 As above, except foan increase in sand and in foraminifers ................. 160 -170 As above, but with an increase in glauconite ..170 -200 As above, except for the occurrence of fragments of gray sandy clay ........... 200 -230 Chipola Formation: Limestone, white, crystalline, fossiliferous, with secondary calcite mineralization; foraminifers, Amphistegina chipolensis, Operculinoides 230 -250 As above, except an occurrence of greenish gray limestone in the 250-270 section, possibly contamination; ostracods in 300-310 foot section. .............. .... ..250 -330 Tampa (?) Formation: Limestone, beige to light gray, finely crystalline, fossiliferous; abundant foraminifers; black shell (phosphoritization) gives limestone grayish appearance ....... ........330 -350 As above, except for the occurrence of massive crystalline calcite; fragments and external molds of Sorites ............... .350 -390 102

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Well 010-541-112 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, predominately beige in color, finely crystalline but with less black phosphoritized shell and fewer foraminifers.. 390 -440 As above, with occurrence of external molds of Sorites. ................... .440 -450 Suwannee (?) Limestone: Limestone, white, soft and finely crystalline, fine calcite crystals as matrix of limestone; fossiliferous; foraminifers, Heterostegina texana, Miogypsina hawkini .......... .450 -460 As above, but with shell fragments showing secondary calcite mineralization ...... ..460 -470 Limestone; white and brown, soft and finely crystalline; brown limestone possibly dolomitic; foraminifers ................. 470 -490 As above, with color changing to white and beige 490 -510 Limestone, white to beige, soft, finely crystalline .................. 510 -550 Limestone, white and brown, soft and finely crystalline, brown limestone possibly dolomitic 550 -570 As above, foraminifers, Heterostegina texana 570 -590 103

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Well 013-553-213 (301330tiq055322.1) Depth, in feet, Materials belot land sutface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, white, quartz, fine, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; some fine black and brown phosphorite and organic material .0 -44 Sand, brown, quarts, fine, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted, brown staining from organic material; e.i. a black and brown material similar to peat ........44 -66 Sand, brown, quarts, fine, subangular to subrounded; with a few fine black phosphorite grains ........... ........ .. ..66 -88 As above, but having some soft fine calcareous material and less black phosphorite. .... ..88 -110 Sand, stained gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; fine black phosphorite grains; some calcareous cementing ................ 110 -132 Choctawhacchee Formation: Limestone, fragments, gray; shell fragments and foraminifers; sand, gray, quartz, fine, subangular to subrounded, clear to frosted; fine black phosphorite grains. ........ .132 -154 104

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Well 013-553-213 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface As above, with somewhat less sand and abundant foraminifers .............. ...154 -176 As above, with much more sand (25 to 50%) and abundant foraminifers ........... .176 -220 As above, with an increase in phosphorite and the size of its grains ... ..... ...220 -242 Chipola Formation: Limestone, gray; with shell fragments and foraminifers; some sand, possibly contamination 242 -264 As above, with showing of phosphorite grains and no sand. ................... .264 -308 As above, with fine grained limestone and glauconite inclusions. ............... 308 -330 Limestone, light gray to white, coarse grained; shell fragments larger than those found in 308330 foot interval above; foraminifers; black phosphorite and calcite fragments present. .. 330 -352 As above, with fragments of fine gray, and soft limestone. .................. 352 -374 Limestone, white to light gray, large fragments with shell, foraminifers and sand; sand, light gray, fine, clear to frosted; fine phosphorite grains and calcite fragments present. ................... .374 -396 105

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Well 013-553-213 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land autface As above, but with less sand ........ .396 -440 Limestone, white to tan, crystalline fragments, with shell; abundant coral; foraminifers ................. 440 -462 Limestone, white to tan, crystalline, large fragments (indication of hard rock); some tan colored rock, probably dolomite; foraminifers, shell and coral fragments. ..........462 -528 As above, with less brown crystalline material .528 -572 Tampa Formation: Limestone, white to tan; shell fragments; abundant foraminifers. ......... ...572 -616 As above, with addition of large subrounded pieces of limestone .............. .616 -638 As above, with secondary mineralization of fossils, a few glauconite inclusions; fragments of crystalline rock. ........ .638 -660 As above, with an increase in crystalline rock .660 -704 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, white, chalky, with some tancrystalline rock; shell fragments and foraminifers. .704 -748 As above, with glauconite and some coral fragments ............. ....... .748 -763 106

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Well 014-538-311 (301429N0853855.1) Depth, in feet Materials below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, light gray to white, quartz, medium to small gravel, subrounded to rounded, frosted, gray clay coating grains; a few shell fragments 0 -22 Choctawhatchee Formation: Sand, light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; abundant black and brown phosphorite grains, fine to coarse; 10% gray limestone fragments; a few foraminifers; a few shell fragments. .. 22 -43 As above, increase in limestone (35% of sample), more abundant foraminifers .......... .43 -65 As above, limestone 407 of sample, increase in brown phosphorite grains, limonite fragments .65 -86 As above, color of limestone white to beige. .. 86 -107 Chipola Formation: Limestone, white to beige, finely granular, fossiliferous; greenish-gray sandy clay fragments, containing black phosphorite; some very coarse sand; green glauconite. ......... 107 -129 As above 129 -150 As above, abundant foraminifers, slight increase in sand, no greenish gray clay fragments ...150 -173 107

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Well 014-538-311 (Continued) Depth, .in.feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, white, fossiliferous, black phosphorite grains; some crystalline calcite fragments ....... .. ... ... ... .173 -194 As above, a few black phosphorite pebbles, few pyrite fragments ............... .194 -215 As above, green glauconite, fragments of gray limestone, hard, finely granular ...... ..215 -237 Tampa Formation: Limestone, white to beige, very fossiliferous, finely crystalline; some brown limestone fragments; few black pebbles; Sorites. ... .237 -260 Limestone, light gray (white crystalline limestone containing black fossil casts giving limestone light gray appearance); crystalline calcite fragments; few sand grains; few mica flakes 260 -282 Limestone, light gray, soft, finely crystalline, some black fossil casts; black phosphorite ..282 -304 Limestone, white to beige, granular, fossiliferous; foraminifers ............. .304 -325 Limestone, white, finely granular, soft; black shale like material; very coarse sand grains; limonite granules; limonite stained limestone; large black phosphorite grains ....... .325 -347 108

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Well 014-538-311 (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Limestone, beige, viterous luster, secondary crystallization, fossiliferous ........ .347 -390 Limestone, white, finely crystalline, large fragments ........... ........ 390 -410 As above, some brown calcite crystals. .... ..410 -452 As above, increase in shell fragments. .... ..452 -497 109

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Well 027-533422A (302725N0853302 1) bepth, in feetj Materials belowf-leti sutface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, dark brown, quartz, medium to very coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; grains coated with brown clay; brown clay, largely washed out by drilling .0 -10 As above, with increase in coarse sand; less brown clay; some yellow clay coating sand grains ....................10 -30 Sand, light gray to white, quartz, approximately 75% fine to medium, and 25% coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; abundant mica flakes; some white kaolinitic clay ......30 -60 As above, but light gray sand, with some gray clay .................. ..60 -70 Choctawhatchee Formation: Sand, light gray, quartz, medium to coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; shell fragments; mica flakes, gray clay. ..................70 -80 As above, with more abundant shell; shell black and white; black phosphorite grains. .... ..80 -104 Limestone, white to light gray, crystalline; sand, fine to coarse; shell and foraminifers; abundant green glauconite. ..... .....104 -110 110

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Well 030-535-422A (30302N0B853501.1) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Pleistocene to Recent: Sand, white, quartz, very fine to coarse, subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; mica flakes; a few black phosphorite grains .... 0 -10 As above, with some very coarse sand .....10 -15 As above, with less black phosphorite. .... ..15 -20 Sand, white, quartz, fine to granules (10%), subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted, (larger grains frosted); mica flakes and few black phosphorite grains ........... 20 -25 Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to granules (75%) subrounded to rounded, clear to frosted; some gray clay coating sand grains; showing of black organic material. ......25 -30 Sand, white to light gray, quartz, very coarse to granules, subrounded to rounded, frosted, some gray clay material coating sand grains ...30 -35 Sand, white to light gray, quartz, fine to very coarse; gray clay coating sand grains; mica flakes and some black phosphorite. ....... 35 -40 As above, with an increase in gray clay coating sand .....................40 -45 Ill

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Well 030-535-422A (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Tampa Formation: Sand, light gray, quartz, medium to very coarse, clear to frosted; limestone fragments, beige; foraminifers; mica flakes. ........... 50 -62 Limestone, light gray to beige; granule sized sand; very fossiliferous (crab claw); foraminifers ................... ...62 -76 As above, with green glauconite. ........76 -78 Limestone, gray to tan, crystalline, dolomitic, fossiliferous, shell fragments; green glauconite and pyrite crystals. ............. .78 -83 As above, more abundant limestone, gray, crystalline; shell fragments. ............. 83 -92 Limestone, brown to tan, crystalline, coated with brown clay or organic material; shell fragments and foraminifers ............... 92 -97 Limestone, white to tan, crystalline, with limonite stains, fossiliferous; shell fragments and foraminifers; sand (medium); mica flakes; green glauconite ............... 97 -102 As above, but sand 95% of sample ........ .102 -107 Sand, white, quartz, fine to medium, subrounded to rounded, clear; limestone fragments; foraminifers (5% of sample). ............ 107 -112 112

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Well 030-535-422A (Continued) Depth, in feet, Materials below land surface Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, white to light gray, soft crystalline, fossiliferous; abundant foraminifers ....112 -122 As above, with coarser limestone fragments and larger foraminifers. ............. .122 -132 Limestone, white, soft, crystalline, fossiliferous 132 -150 113

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Table 12, Suuaary of groun4-vater pumpage by manlclpal, industrlal, federal governMent, and private companies in the Econflna Creek basin area. Pumpage (millions of gallons) Ovwnr Aquifer Year Jan | reb Pa Hr I Apr KMy |June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec TOTAL HUNCIPAL Panma City, loridan 1944 50.9 59.7 68.4 66.0 76.3 83.4 79.0 82.3 76.9 77.3 74.7 72.6 867.3 (combined pumpage for Millvlle and 1945 72.4 65.7 76.1 72.5 76.3 83.7 82.6 79.6 68.4 57.3 54.4 47.0 836.0 Sc. Andrew water plants) 1946 39.4 32.4 37.8 42.2 42.7 47.7 47.1' 46.5 44.2 46.1 39.4 37.3 502.7 1947 35.5 32.5 37.4 39.8 51.4 50.2 55.8 50.7 47.5 44.0 36.9 37.5 519.2 1948 37.6 36.2 41.2 45.9 68.5 64.5 55.6 52.4 49.9 46.0 42.9 41.6 582.0 1949 42.4 38.4 43.5 45.6 65.8 59.0 55.9 53.5 54.4 50.6 45.0 44.4 598.4 -1950 46.1 42.0 42.7 46.4 63.5 67.1 65.4 71.8 59.2 57.1 52.8 48.2 662.1 1951 46.3 45.4 54.0 53.0 72.9 78.2 76.3 75.3 72.0 86.7 61.4 54.2 775.6 1952 56.0 52.3 59.5 63.9 79.3 102.7 93.5 75.6 67.4 73.8 63.2 59.3 846.3 1953 56.9 51.2 64.2 65.0 89.4 77.7 82.2 71.7 74.3 70.7 56.1 53.6 812.9 1954 52.1 51.3 59.4 70.3 91.8 93.8 91.7 100.1 83.6 73.5 62.1 65.3 894.9 1955 57.5 54.2 74.7 74.4 100.6 97.9 81.5 80.3 83.8 75.0 62.8 60.5 903.0 1956 62.0 57.9 67.1 79.0 112.2 99.7 93.8 101.1 86.4 79.1 73.4 69.7 981.4 1957 71.5 73.3 74.4 86.4 117.6 100.2 113.0 110.6 85.8 78.4 70.8 71.4 1053.6 1958 71.4 63.7 68.7 78.2 98.2 108.7 106.2 99.5 97.1 98.2 82.5 79.2 1051.6 1959 78.5 69.1 79.4 87.2 117.0 112.4 102.8 95.9 96.5 97.4 80.6 77.3 1094.3 1960 71.7 69.1 77.9 99.0 114.4 131.3 124.1 110.0 97.0 96.5 88.6 78.7 1158.1

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Table 12 continued Pumpage (millions of gallons) Ovner Aquifer Year TOTAL Jan Feb Mar Apr Hay June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec MUNICIPAL--Continued Panama City-Floridan 1961 74.7 68.5 88.4 90.5 119.2 127.0 121.5 108.3 95.0 110.5 92.2 80.9 1176.5 Continued 1962 86.7 72.8 87.4 99.9 151.7 138.0 116.3 123.5 98.1 96.2 80.5 63.8 1234`8 1963 83.8 72.6 95.2 126.5 140.3 119.1 124.1 116.1 103.4 109.0 83.6 82.8 1527.0 Lynn Haven Floridan 1963 6.9 6.3 12.9 12.7 13.3 8.4 6.7 8.4 7.2 7.1 90.0 West Panama Floridan 1962 12.4 12.3 13.2 6.8 6.9 2.4 3.5 60.4 City Beach 1963 2.3 2.2 2.7 4.0 7.4 12.5 31.1 INDUSTRIAL International Floridan 1945, 221.8 209.9 239.6 229.7 245.5 235.6 229.7 235.6 225.7 243.5 217.8 164.3 2698.7 Paper Co, and Water Table 1946 145.0 188.9 217.5 229.0 188.9 227.1 225.1 236.6 213.7 236.6 225.1 206.1 2539.6 1947 263.4 237.9 259.1 252.8 261.3 254.9 240.0 263.4 242.1 263.4 254.9 229.4 3022.6 1948 325.9 286.5 325.9 312.7 315.4 312.7 304.8 323.2 286.5 320.6 312.7 278.6 3705.5 1949 330.3 255.7 223.7 151.8 162.5 226.4 226.4 311.6 303.7 325.0 317.0 293.0 3127.1 1950 420.7 362.5 410.4 376.2 424.1 410.4 400.1 424.1 386.5 424.1 403.6 376.2 4818.9 1951 447.2 407.2 436.3 436.3 447.2 436.3 418.1 450.8 407.2 447.2 432.7 381.8 5148.3 Floridan 1952 414.9 386.3 406.6 383.5 319.3 397.8 370.8 415.6 387.4 404.8 386.8 363.7 4637.5 1953 397.8 362.0 398.3 393.6 400.2 390.5 369.5 408.2 325.1 406.8 390.4 311.1 4553.5

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Table 12 continued Pumapge (millions of gallons) Ovnr. Aquifer Year ----.T .. r.i ^ --.I I i l OTAL Jan Feb I ar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec INDUSIRIAL--Cont nued International Floridan 1954 342.2 355.3 344.7 343.5 398.1 383.8 351.9 348.9 366.0 393.5 379,5 428.3 4435.7 Paper Co.-continued 1955 390.3 352.1 389.6 337.5 399.7 385.6 363.2 402.6 362.3 393.8 379,1 344.2 4500,0 1956 415.9 389.6 365.6 353.8 366.2 362.9 341.6 369.8 304.0 370,3 301.0 281.0 4221.7 1957 329.3 175.7 328.8 316.6 328.5 307.9 246.5 325.4 299.7 319.8 271.2 173.1 3422,5 1958 233.3 204.7 302.1 203.4 225.7 214.8 282.4 297.3 276.9 304.1 251,8 254,1 3050.6 1959 297.8 239.3 211.3 257.3 346.0 336.4 324.7 345.1 306,8 346.5 325.7 258,8 3597.7 1960 325.3 306.7 320.6 365.7 334.4 312.7 282.8 329.7 352.1 346.6 334.5 290.9 3902.0, 0 1961 415.5 341.0 374.4 337.4 374.0 352.9 342.4 344.6 336.9 357.5 336.4 315.8 4228.8 1962 362.9 319.5 356.3 342.3 307.2 332.8 303.0 323.7 389.6 365.6 386.3 326.6 4115.8 1963 331.4 377.2 400.3 397.9 422.5 392.7 414.3 428.6 392.8 422.3 408.6 390.1 4778.7 Water 1952 49.4 48.0 46.4 47.1 40.1 47.7 44.8 48.7 43.2 59.5 58.1 44.4 578.0 Table 1953 57.5 45.6 53.4 47.0 51.5 50.1 49.1 47.1 42.1 48.5 50.2 48.8 390.9 1954 46.6 47.9 44.1 41.7 48.3 48.2 47.7 47.1 48.0 52.9 52.5 49.7 574.7 1955 56.1 51.1 56.8 51.3 46.7 46.4 40.0 43.8 40.9 45.4 45.7 51.8 576.0 1956 52.8 48.9 54.1 52.1 53.5 49.9 50.5 56.7 53.7 56.2 49.9 49.2 627.5 1957 57.6 36.5 58.1 58.1 58.4 54.0 46.8 55.3 49.8 60.9 59.5 45.3 640.3 1958 60.5 59.1 63.6 54.4 36.0 55.0 53.3 62.4 58.8 61.6 53.9 57.6 696.2 1959 58.5 51.0 52.6 52.8 63.1 59.5 58.0 64.0 60.7 62.6 63.6 57.9 704.3

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Table 12 continued Pumpage (millions of gallons) Oner Aquifer Year -TOTAL Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec INDUSTRIAL--Continued International Water 1960 59.2 55.2 56.4 64.1 57.7 56.8 49.0 52.7 69.7 69.0 50.1 46.3 686.2 Paper Co.-Table continued 1961 55.9 49.2 54.2 48.4 52.5 49.9 46.1 45.0 50.0 54.2 57.8 56.4 619.6 1962 62.2 55.9 61.9 57.9 52.6 52.8 50.8 53.7 54.0 50.9 54.4 49.0 656.1 1963 51.3 50.5 54.9 55.3 62.4 57.5 60.5 61.5 59.7 64.6 61.7 59.9 699.8 U.S. MILITARY INSTALLATIONS Tyndall Air Force Floridan 1956 20.9 25.5 30.0 NR 47.6 43.2 39.0 46.0 36.3 30.8 26.3 23.5 402.0 Base 1957 25.9 24.0 28.7 36.8 51.5 40.9 46.7 39.2 33.4 30.4 27.1 24.6 408.9 1958 27.4 25.0 32.6 39.0 48.4 50.6 48.1 54.4 44.3 45.6 37.1 35.7 488.1 1959 45.8 46.0 36.1 39.0 53.7 56.4 54.7 52.1 47.7 50.8 37.7 35.6 556.0 1960 33.9 31.7 40.4 48.4 53.7 66.1 70.7 60.3 53.7 57.7 44.3 34.3 595.1 1961 31.4 37.6 45,6 40.6 52.2 62.3 61.1 52.5 43,6 62.4 51.6 38.3 571.2 1962 41.0 42,9 48.7 52.0 76,7 83.9 74.3 68.9 54.3 50.2 43.0 39.6 675.5 1963 40.1 34.1 54.1 67.3 75.4 65.6 71.2 78.7 75.1 77.3 57.4 49.7 746.1 U.S. Navy Mine Floridan 1956 3.8 3.1 3.0 3.6 7.7 NR 5.7 7.9 5.2 3.5 3.6 3.9 51.2 Defense Laboratory 1957 3.9 3.5 4.3 NR 8.3 8.4 8.2 7.1 5.0 6.7 5.7 2.8 64.0 1958 2.7 2.9 3.0 5.3 6.7 7.9 10.7 7.9 6.5 5.4 4.4 4.6 68.0 1959 3.8 3.7 3.1 4.8 10.1 6.3 6.3 6.1 6.4 4.6 5.9 5.2 66.5 NR-no record

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Table 12 continued Pumpage (millions of gallona) Owner Aquiter Year TOTAL Jan rFb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec U.S. MILITARY INSTALLATIONS-Continued U.S. Navy Mine Florldan 1960 4.0 3.7 4.1 4.5 6.6 8.3 6.4 5.9 5.4 4.2 4.8 3.5 61.3 Defense Laboratorycontinued 1961 3.1 3.1 4.4 4.5 8.5 9.4 Ni 17.9 9.1 7.5 5.5 4.0 77.0 1962 5.1 3.2 3.7 4.4 10.0 11.3 5.9 6.3 6.9 7.0 NE 5.5 69.3 1963 4.6 4.2 5.1 7.5 9.8 10.1 7.3 6.8 9.2 7.1 3.4 3.0 78.0 PRIVATE WATER COMPANIES Hathaway Water Ploridan 1962 .8 .8 .8 1.0 1.1 2.1 1.4 1.0 1.2 .7 1.0 1.0 13.0 Works 1963 .4 .9 .7 1.0 1.8 2.0 .9 1.2 1.2 .7 1.2 .8 .12.7 tong Beach Resort Floridan 1963 2.6 2.6 4.4 5.9 7.8 10.7 11.5 11.4 5.9 3.6 2.8 2.5 71.6 .....'

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Table 13. Chemical Analyses and Temperature of Ground Water (Note: Type 1, Pumped; 4, Collected from Spigot; 9, Flowing well) Chemical analyses in part per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color Specific Dissolved conductsollds Hardness :aoe TemMagPoCarWell Date (microperCalnetasBiearbonChloluoNiResidue CalCalcium, NonNumber of mhos ature Silica cium sium Sodium sium bonate ate Sulfate ride ride trite Iron at cumagnecarbonColcollection Type at 25'C) pH (7) (810,) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (I) (EC0a) (00) (804) (C)( ) (y) (NOa) (Fe) 180'C lated im aste or BAT COUNTY Water Table Aquifer 300846N08545191 01-29-63 1 78 5.8 67 5.9 3.6 2.7 7.2 0.2 12 0 4.8 11 0.3 0.1 0.91 148 42 20 10 450 300906108636131 01-29-63 1 115 5.0 75 5.6 1.6 1.5 16 1.1 2 0 12 18 .1 11 1.3 74 68 10 8 2 301405608528441 01-28-63 1 31 5.8 -4.0 .6 .1 3.3 .1 6 0 .0 6.0 .1 .8 .14 24 18 2 0 0 301529N08532392 01-26-63 1 160 6.5 68 3.2 1.4 2.7 9.5 7.1 30 0 35 8.0 .1 .5 1.8 104 95 46 22 3 301838N08535201 01-28-63 1 873 6.4 71 4.2 12 15 150 2.6 20 0 23 248 .1 2.5 1.1 502 467 90 74 0 301628108532311 01-26-63 1 22 6.1 73 6.9 1.2 .0 2.0 .0 4 0 2.4 2.5 .0 .0 1,4 21 18 3 0 2 i 3016120855361 01-28-63 1 57 6.1 72 3.2 3.6 1.9 2.8 .1 10 0 10 3.5 .1 .3 .87 46 30 17 9 2 301643N08536011 01-28-63 1 228 7.3 70 12 46 1.0 4.0 .5 143 0 .4 5.0 .1 .1 2.3 149 141 119 2 20 301705N08535582 01-28-63 1 159 6.9 71 20 24 3.4 4.8 .8 91 0 .4 6.0 .1 .3 1.9 114 105 74 0 40 301724N08538161 01-27-63 1 39 5.6 -8.7 2.2 .1 3.1 .1 5 0 1.6 7.0 .1 .1 2.6 35 22 6 2 2 301755N08551121 01-27-63 1 62 4.6 -6.8 1.0 .9 8.0 .2 1 0 4.0 13 .1 .1 1.1 45 35 6 5 3 301810N08535551 01-28-63 1 12 6.0 71 4.3 .6 .1 .8 .2 3 0 .4 1.5 .0 .0 .36 13 10 2 0 0 301953N08545451 01-27-63 1 35 5.7 68 6.1 .6 .4 3.1 .0 3 0 .0 7.8 .5 .0 1.1 42 20 3 0 0 302201808526131 01-26-64 1 36 5.8 .71 4.9 2.0 .7 1.5 .8 3 0 .4 4.8 .0 6.1 .22 33 23 8 6 0 302350N08532351 01-26-63 1 24 6.0 72 2.6 2.0 .2 1.1 .4 5 0 .0 3.5 .0 .0 .24 20 13 6 2 5 302412208535382 11-02-62 1 92 5.4 69 3.4 2.4 1.0 8.8 6.5 3 0 10 16 .1 .2 .83 57 50 10 8 0 302538208541541 01-27-63 1 33 6.1 69 4.2 1.0 .9 1.7 .5 4 0 .8 3.5 .0 7.1 .36 28 22 6 2 0 302610N08530111 01-26-63 1 16 6.1 68 2.5 .8 .0 .6 .4 4 0 .4 1.2 .0 .4 .46 12 9 2 0 5 302629106532532 09-21-62 1 83 7.0 -4.4 13 .4 2.0 .0 38 0 .4 2.2 .1 2.2 .03 46 44 34 3 0 302833N08525101 01-26-63 1 29 5.7 71 4.2 .8 .5 1.4 .0 6 0 .4 4.2 .0 .0 6.5 23 22 4 0 5 302833N08525102 01-26-63 1 169 5.9 -7.0 1.3 1.1 4.2 19 8 0 44 11 .1 .3 1.9 118 104 37 30 5 303038H08831152 09-19-62 1 37 6.7 -4.5 4.0 .2 1.2 .0 16 0 .0 1.5 .3 .0 .03 22 20 11 0 3

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Table 13. ChemEcal Analysea and Temperature of Ground Water--Coatinued (Motie Type 1, Pumped; 4, Collected from Spliot; 9, Flowing wall) Chemical analyses in parts per tillion, except specifta conductance, pH, and color-Continued Specitic Disolved conductsolide Hardesm anoc ToeMagPoCarWell Dae (microperCalnet*alicarbonChloFluoNiResidue CalCalcium, MonNumber of shan sture Silica cium atum Sodium alum bonato ate Sulfate ride ride trate Iron *I cuIagnOarbonColcollection Type at 3 C) pH ( F) (SiO,) (Ca) (Mg) (.N) (K) (HCO3) (CO,) (804) (Cl) (r) (NOi) (Fe) 180 C Ited slum ate or BAY COUNTY--Continued Secondary Artesian Aquifer 300706N08635371 01-29-63 1 4060 6.2 72 4.4 72 96 688 16 18 0 200 1280 0.2 3.2 3.3 2890 2370 575 560 0 300684808845051 01-29-63 -3620 7.5 71 11 130 57 610 7.9 212 0 126 1000 .2 3.1 4.9 2310 2140 588 384 100 3009308065364R1 08-21-63 1 160 4.7 75 7.5 i. 3.2 13 .9 0 0 46 16 .1 .0 .61 110 92 35 36 5 300949108836262 08-21-63 1 299 7,2 74 11 38 2.2 3.2 .8 12 0 4.8 6.0 .1 .1 .43 144 126 104 6 10 300932N08537511 05-07-62 -195 3.9 -6,2 2.8 .6 13 2.2 0 0 34 15 .2 .0 2.4 98 79 30 30 2 301012108536461 08-21-63 1 77 6.7 70 8.4 9.6 1.0 4.1 .1 28 0 4.0 7.0 .1 .1 .70 70 49 28 5 20 301116N08545211 01-24-63 1 440 7.6 72 8,0 90 2.8 6.4 .3 278 0 .4 12 .1 .2 2.4 267 257 236 8 6 301629N08532391 05-08-62 9 10S 7.9 -11 33 4.3 2.1 .8 12 0 2.8 2.5 .2 .1 .06 125 116 100 2 0 301621N08835332 01-28-63 1 1070 7.8 -17 118 71 3H 4.2 162 0 443 30 1.1 .0 .07 896 802 886 456 0 30132510857351 01-2.-63 1 274 7.8 70 12 39 11 4.7 ,. 172 0 3.2 7.0 .5 .2 .06 167 183 143 2 5 301643508537451 01-28-63 1 270 7.7 72 11 36 14 3.2 .N 172 0 4.0 5.0 .3 .1 .10 167 189 146 5 0 301705808535581 01-28-63 1 233 7.4 -12 26 13 3.1 .H 13N 0 8.8 4.0 .5 .3 -139 136 120 7 3 o Floridan Aquifer 295645808524391 05-09-62 1 1000 7.9 -12 25 38 136 1 7 0 7145 96 3.1 0.0 -631 601 219 0 3 300147808632301 05-09-62 1 400 7.9 -15 20 28 I 4.0 33H 0 .0 14 1.5 .1 -339 224 188 0 0 300346508534541 10-20-59 1 843 7.6 77 15 34 35 86 5.9 19M 0 62 145 2.1 1.4 .03 518 484 229 66 3 300346N08634541 11-21-61 1 R78 7.7 77 15 42 30 99 7.0 190 0 61 10 1.9 .0 .04 556 504 228 68 2 300346M08534541 11-27-61 1 892 7.8 76 15 3H 33 90 7.4 196 0 58 150 1.8 .2 .06 526 490 230 70 3 300346108534541 11-09-62 1 754 8.3 76 17 38 32 71 6.0 201 6 38 122 1.7 .3 .14 447 443 226 16 5 300346108534541 11-15-63 1 930 8.1 74 13 43 31 94 6.8 184 0 67 180 2.1 .6 .12 576 508 236 85 5 300368808535391 07-31-50 -938 7.4 77 18 35 33 100 -179 0 67 161 1.7 1.1 .26 526 508 230 84 2 300358N08535391 11-23-53 -893 7.9 77 14 36 35 98 -1H1 0 67 160 1.0 .0 .41 868 500 234 86 4 300358N08535391 09-21-54 -918 8.1 77 14 38 33 95 -182 0 66 12 11.5 .0 .01 541 490 230 82 4 300358N08535391 11-16-55 -894, 7.9 75 13 38 36 89 -17 0 62 157 1.2 1.3 1.1 510 486 243 97 9 300365808353391 11-03-56 -939 7.8 75 16 37 34 105 -175 0 71 170 1.6 .0 ,00 570 521 232 89 5 300358O08535391 08-26-57 -934 7.8 79 16 41 31 100 6.7 180 0 68 169 1.7 .5 .11 619 523 230 82 2 300358N08535391 09-18-58 -920 7.8 77 15 42 32 87 6.6 IO0 0 57 103 1.5 .6 .07 561 494 236 89 2 300358808535391 10-20-59 -922 7.6 -14 48 32 98 5.7 180 0 70 170 1.8 1.4 .09 560 530 252 104 300368N08535391 11-21-60 -937 7.8 77 15 43 31 105 7.4 17H 0 68 170 .4 .7 .09 610 529 235 8s 3 300358808536391 11-27-61 -942 7.8 76 15 37 35 97 7.6 178 0 64 170 1.0 .7 .10 584 516 236 90 3 300358808535391 11-09-62 1 944 8.4 77 14 40 34 118 7,4 182 R s7 1H2 2.1 .2 .04 577 563 240 78 3

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Tablu 13. Chrimical Analysc and Tompuraturo of Ground Wator--Continuod (Xotu: Typo 1, Pumpedl; .I. Colloetcd from Spigot; 0. Flowing wall) Chemical analyses in parts par million. rxc.'it upclftic conductanco, pll, and color--Continued Specific Dissolved conductsolids Hardness ance TomMURPo. CarWell Date (microperCalnotanlicarbonChioFluoNiResidue CalCalcium, NonNumber of ahos ature Silica clum slum Sodium aum bonato utu Suliato rido ride trate Iron at oumagnecarbonColcollection Typo at 25*C) pH ( F) 8lO, (Ca) (HM) (Na) (K) (HCO,) (COg) (804) (C1) (7) (N0) (Fe) 180'C latod sium ate or BAY COUwNTY--Continued Floridan Aquifer--Continued 300358H08535391 11-18-63 1 1100 7.9 74 13 46 33 116 6.8 170 0 80 203 2.4 0.6 .26 672 587 252 112 0 300404N08535171 07-31-50 -817 7.3 77 18 34 33 82 -201 0 49 126 1.S 1.1 .23 451 444 221 -3 300404108535171 03-02-53 -795 7.5 76 17 34 32 80 -206 0 47 119 1.4 1.0 -438 432 216 48 3 300404908535171 11-23-53 -766 7.9 77 13 34 32 80 -209 0 46 120 1.0 .0 .07 464 429 216 46 3 300404N08538171 09-21-54 -769 8.0 76 16 36 32 73 -206 0 47 112 1.3 .0 .06 443 418 222 52 4 300404N08535171 11-16-55 -738 7.7 75 20 38 35 60 -210 0 40 108 1.2 1.0 .25 417 406 239 67 6 300404H08535171 11-30-86 -773 7.7 75 17 35 32 78 -206 0 44 120 1.4 .0 .00 451 428 219 50 5 300404N08535171 08-26-57 -750 7.8 79 19 38 30 68 6.8 210 0 44 114 1.7 .7 .09 480 425 218 46 2 300404908535171 09-17-58 -778 7.7 77 19 43 28 87 6.8 208 0 27 115 1.4 .0 .07 488 409 222 82 0 300404908535171 10-20-59 -842 7.7 88 16 34 33 91 5.7 198 0 61 142 1.9 1.7 .05 520 484 220 5s 3 300404H08835171 11-21-60 1 876 7.8 77 14 47 29 95 7.5 196 0 85 150 1.9 .1 .04 530 497 236 76 7 300404N08835171 11-22-61 -1087 8.0 76 11 43 35 124 6.6 156 0 94 205 2.8 .8 .24 670 599 252 124 3 300404N08535171 11-09-62 1 710 8.3 76 18 38 31 73 6.8 216 8 37 108 1.6 .8 .07 430 428 222 38 0 300404M08535171 11-15-63 -900 7.8 74 15 42 31 92 6.8 188 0 62 152 2.0 .8 .17 546 497 232 78 10 300407N08835551 07-31-50 -1100 7.8 84 16 42 34 130 -172 0 77 212 1.9 1.5 .32 625 589 245 -1 300407M08535551 11-23-53 -1180 7.9 78 12 43 38 143 -182 0 78 242 1.2 .0 .21 743 646 264 114 6 300407N08535551 09-21-54 -1210 8.1 77 14 42 40 140 -182 0 81 238 1.9 .0 .05 710 647 270 122 6 300407N08535551 11-16-55 -1560 7.7 74 15 53 48 101 -170 0 103 349 2.0 1.0 .68 903 846 330 180 6 300407108535551 11-30-56 -1330 7.6 75 15 37 45 163 -170 0 90 280 1.8 .0 .00 766 716 278 138 5 300407H08535581 08-26-57 -1280 7.7 79 16 47 39 152 7.0 174 0 85 270 2.1 .8 .10 828 708 278 136 2 300407108535551 09-18-58 1 1290 7.7 77 16 51 37 142 6.8 176 0 67 266 2.0 .8 .06 761 676 279 135 1 300407N08535551 10-21-59 -1280 7.5 74 14 42 41 155. 6.0 178 0 88 278 2.6 2.0 .12 768 717 274 128 4 300407N08535551 11-21-60 -1270 7.5 77 17 49 37 164 8.5 176 0 79 275 2.1 .9 .49 818 720 274 130 6 300407N08535581 11-27-61 1 1281 8.0 76 14 42 42 151 8.1 176 0 82 270 2.0 .7 .26 774 699 278 134 3 300407H0883B551 11-08-62 1 1100 8.4 75 15 46 36 155 8.4 184 8 82 240 2.1 1.6 .07 722 691 263 98 5 300407808535551 11-15-63 1 1220 7.8 -14 48 39 150 7.3 174 0 85 278 2.1 .1 .93 788 710 282 140 0 30042008835441 11-15-55 -732 7.7 76 19 36 35 62 -207 0 39 109 1.4 1.0 .04 411 404 234 64 7 300420N08535441 11-30-56 -910 7.7 77 15 38 33 102 -184 0 68 160 2.0 .0 .02 537 509 230 80 5 300420808535441 08-26-57 -734 7.6 77 20 38 31 62 6.2 210 0 38 107 1.7 .9 .57 454 408 222 50 2 300420H08535441 09-17-58 -740 7. 77 19 49 24 58 5.9 214 0 18 107 1.4 .4 .10 463 388 221 46 0

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Table 13, Chemtcal Analyses and Tmperature of Ground Water-Contlaued (Note Type 1, Pumpe4; 4, Collected frao 'piotl 9, Floving ell) Chemical sanlyse in parts per tillito, eacept specific conduotance, pH, and color--Continued Speci fi Dimolved conductsolids lardnea manc TeUagPoCarWell Date (*icroperCaloetasSBtebonChlonuostIssidue CalCalciu, UosNumber of bhoa ature Bilics aim aim Sodium slu boast teo Sulfate ride ride trate Iron t ouuageoarboaColcollection Type st 35'C) pM (r1) (810) (Ci) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO,) (o00) (0B6) (Cl) (1) (N,) (Fe) 1i0'C lated aium ia or BAT COMUTY-Continued Floridan Aquifer-Coatlaued 300420150535441 10-20-59 1 894 7.6 77 14 36 36 1986 5. 186 0 70 162 2.4 1.4 0.29 646 S1 238 86 300430910836441 11-21-60 1 864 7.8 74 15 42 31 96 6.9 194 0 59 156 1.9 .7 .27 577 604 23 74 3 300430808836441 11-27-61 1 897 7.9 75 14 38 33 93 7.5 192 0 62 140 1.9 1.2 .10 513 486 230 73 3 300430908535441 11-09-62 1 6689 8.3 75 19 35 32 68 6.6 210 8 33 102 1.6 .4 .09 413 409 219 34 6 300420108835441 11-16.03 1 700 8.1 74 17 37 31 62 0.0 210 0 33 106 1.6 .6 .14 436 397 2322 0 5 300453008536211 01-19-59 1 839 7.8 78 17 43 29 84 5.9 212 0 39 141 1.5 .0 .18 478 464 226 3 6 300463106836211 10-21-69 1 816 7.6 76 17 32 32 83 6.6 216 0 40 140 1.7 .6 .08 495 466 212 34 6 30045308636211 11-21-60 1 840 8.0 74 18 42 31 92 7.2 218 0 34 145 1.7 .5 .08 499 478 233 54 4 300456310536211 11-27-61 -843 7.9 73 18 35 33 82 7.1 210 0 38 140 1.5 .7 .20 472 458 223 51 3 -300453106536211 11-09-62 1 774 8.4 75 18 36 30 84 7.4 203 12 33 130 1.5 .7 .08 459 453 214 27 3 hJ 300436308636211 11-15-63 -760 8.0 75 19 38 32 68 6.6 212 0 31 117 1.6 1.1 .13 454 418 223 54 10 J 300649106652041 08-09-62 9 220 7.9 -9.6 43 1.1 2.8 .6 134 0 3.2 4.0 .1 .0 .09 138 130 113 2 0 30063050840171 06-09-6O 1 615 7.8 -16 27 27 36 4.8 192 0 19 68 1.0 .0 -293 284 178 21 0 300706808535373 02-19-83 -417 8.2 70 20 38 34 5.2 1.8 280 0 .4 6.0 .3 .0 .01 366 244 236 6 15 30084208637011 06-21-63 1 729 7.4 76 15 35 27 66 2.2 190 0 20 128 .6 .0 .10 450 388 200 44 -300807108844041 05-06-082 1 465 7.8 -14 21 23 34 8.6 188 0 8.8 47 .9 .0 .12 246 250 147 0 6 300908108533351 08-21-63 1 490 7.5 77 14 43 16 32 2.6 170 0 30 66 .6 .1 .46 316 276 173 33 10 300010108638111 06-21-63 1 318 7.3 73 14 56 5.0 4.8 1.2 192 0 1.6 9.0 .3 .1 .26 204 187 160 2 5 300910108636341 08-21-63 1 420 7.9 76 15 9.6 34 23 1.6 182 0 12 41 .5 .0 .11 260 226 164 1 5 300949108636261 08-21-63 1 300 7.5 74 14 68 2.3 4.2 1.0 186 0 .4 7.0 .2 .0 .15 194 179 154 2 5 300966106638031 05-07-62 1 413 7.9 -14 56 9.0 21 1.9 192 0 7.2 34 .4 .0 .5 28 238 174 16 0 300929308644591 08-21-63 1 669 7.3 -13 22 25 60 6.4 204 0 16 70 1.4 .1 .01 342 329 158 0 10 301019X06545191 07-06-66 -1240 7.7 78 15 38 41 --222 0 44 250 .9 1.6 .26 73 648 264 82 3 30101HO08645191 05-31-67 -1150 7.6 78 16 34 39 135 6.6 228 0 32 330 1.0 1.4 .07 664 607 34 58 5 30103608646191 01-12-61 1 1180 7.5 75 13 42 37 146 -241 0 41 235 1.1 .2 1.3 640 634 27 -3 301025108545191 02-25-52 1 1330 7.5 76 14 46 40 161 -234 0 45 276 .9 .0 .14 734 698 279 -3 301025608646191 05-19-53 1 1180 7.9 75 15 44 38 137 9.1 244 0 38 240 .9 .0 .86 673 642 266 66 5 301025108545191 07-06-56 -1290 7.7 78 15 46 40 --232 0 49 262 .9 1.8 .41 791 683 280 90 6 301062510854191 05-31-67 -1195 7.6 78 16 40 39 135 8.4 240 0 40 238 .9 1.. .08 696 687 260 64 5 301046X08648351 05-08-62 1 397 7.7 -15 21 24 20 14 234 0 .0 9.0 1.0 .0 .08 211 219 151 0

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Table 13. Chemical Analyses and Temperature of Ground Wator--Continued (Note: Type 1, Pumped; 4, Collected from Spigot; 9, Flowing well) Chemical analyses in parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued • Specific Dissolved conductsolids Hardness anco TomNagPoCarWell Date (microperCalnetauBicarbonChloPluoNiResidue CalCalcium, NonNumber of mhos ature Silica cium sium Sodium sltu bonate ate Sulfate ride ride trate Iron at cumagnecarbonColcollection Type at 25*C) pH (F) (810,) (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (HCO) (CO0) (804) ) (C ) (NO,) (Fe) 180'C lated sium ate or BAY COOUT--Continued Floridan Aquifer-Continued 301111M08542061 05-07-62 1 630 7.9 -13 37 24 * 6 2.9 190 0 18 104 0.8 0.0 0.20 392 359 191 s3 2 301226N08840591 05-07-62 1 284 7.5 -12 54 23 4. .8 174 0 .0 6.0 .2 .0 1.0 170 186 144 2 0 301210N08550592 04-01-63 1 426 7.7 75 10 19 18 27 8.0 175 0 3.2 34 1.1 .0 -188 206 121 0 10 301285608552362 05-08-62 -290 7.7 -12 18 18 10 9.2 148 0 .0 18 1.0 .0 .08 151 157 119 0 0 301358N08553221 05-08-62 -750 7.8 -20 42 29 62 38 238 0 10 111 .8 .0 .05 430 398 224 30 5 301429808538551 08-07-82 -428 8.0 -12 34 17 30 2.0 162 0 14 49 .7 .0 .30 264 239 155 22 0 301448N08640101 08-18-55 -744 7.5 74 13 29 19 94 -133 0 37 146 .6 .6 .44 418 408 150 42 a 301448N08540101 08-13-56 -749 7.5 60 12 23 25 88 -138 0 37 141 .4 1.0 .11 430 395 160 48 4 301448I08540101 08-14-57 -717 8.0 90 12 31 18 81 3.8 141 0 32 138 .5 .6 .36 434 386 152 36 2 301448N08840101 08-14-8 -690 7.9 82 11 33 17 80 3.7 136 0 31 128 .6 .4 .24 376 370 152 41 1 301448N08540101 08-20-59 -843 7.8 85 12 32 18 72 2.0 140 0 29 114 .4 .3 .30 358 349 184 40 5 301448N08540101 08-22-60 -656 8.5 80 9.2 33 17 72 3.1 132 4 29 114 .5 .2 -347 347 152 38 5 301448N08540101 09-12-61 -635 7.9 92 10 31 17 68 3.4 139 0 24 113 .8 .6 .19 391 336 148 34 5 301448608540101 09-20-62 1 653 7.8 -11 30 18 74 3.5 132 0 28 120 .2 .0 .02 380 350 149 41 10 301448808540101 09-09-63 -400 7.3 S9 11 29 19 28 3.0 154 0 7.6 51 .8 .0 .43 222 225 182 20 5 301448N08540071 08-16-55 -843 7.6 78 14 29 18 75 -13 0 31 116 .3 .6 .19 363 351 146 38 5 301448108B40071 08-13-56 -626 7.5 65 14 25 23 68 -142 0 32 109 .4 1.0 .16 383 342 157 40 3 301448K08540071 08-14-57 4 630 7.9 90 12 32 18 62 2.9 145 0 26 111 .8 .6 .05 405 33,6 184 35 1 301448N08540071 08-14-58 -687 7.9 82 13 30 189 80 3.7 138 0 32 125 .6 .4 .41 400 372 183 40 0 301448N08540071 08-20-59 -38 7.8 886 10 33 17 66 2.6 140 0 28 114 .4 .0 .06 350 340 152 38 6 3014480840071 08-22-60 -667 8.1 80 10 30 19 76 3.1 137 0 31 118 .6 .6 -379 355 183 40 4 30144808540071 09-12-61 -48 7.9 92 12 30 19 70 3.5 136 0 27 117 .8 .8 .40 436 347 153 42 8 301448N08540071 09-20-82 1 s40 7.8 -11 29 18 72 3.5 132 0 28 118 .2 .0 .02 370 345 146 38 10 301448088540071 09-09-63 1 640 7.7 90 10 34 18 70 4.1 134 0 26 119 .5 .0 .18 372 348 180 50 5 301649808538481 05-08-62 9 580 7.8 -11 34 24 49 4.7 18866 0 81 39 1.4 .0 .03 345 332 184 48 0 301171(08541381 12-04-62 1 432 7.7 72 15 8e8 .2 5.4 .8 284 0 .0 8.0 .2 .1 1.4 268 262 236 4 301617N08541381 12-03-62 1 433 7.7 72 15 87 5.1 5.7 .8 288 .0 .0 8.0 .2 .1 1.7 270 264 238 4 8 301617N08541381 12-05-62 1 432 7.7 70 16 85 5.2 8.0 .9 284 0 .0 8.0 .2 .0 1.5 272 263 236 4 5 301626108o88921 05-08-62 -680 7.9 -18 42 28 54 4.0 233 0 16 91 .6 .0 .18 386 369 220 29 5 301739H08345891 05-0'8-62 9 348 7.9 -12 30 19 4.7 1.9 140 0 58 3.5 .7 .0 .10 231 205 168 54 0

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Table 13, Chetiele Analysee and Temperature of Oround Vater-Coantinud (Note$ Type 1, Pumped; 4, Collected freoe Iplotl 9, Flowing well) Chemical analyses tn parts per million, encept spetifo conductance, pH, and color-Coatlnued Bpecttio DOlolved conductmolids Surdae sees TOeNayPoCuWell Date (microperCalnota*BlearboaChloFluNilesidue CilCaluel, lon. Number of abos Sture alitc olum sltu Sodium sItu boaMte ate Bulate ride ride trate Iron at oml .oearboaColcollection Type at 25'C) PH (r1) (S10i) (ca) (Mg) (Ns) (K) (IC,) (Cs) (o4) (Cl) (r) (NM) (Fe) 180'C lted itm aste or BAY CODUT--Conttioud Floridan Aquifer-Contlnued 301736X0851301 05-08-2 9 765 7.8 -18 74 11 60 3.3 242 0 8.4 116 0.2 0.0 1.14 428 407 230 31 6 30191708827181 05-08-62 9 245 8.1 -18 27 17 4.4 2.2 170 0 1.2 2.0 .5 .0 .04 188 IN4 138 0 2 301385M05832571 06-08-62 9 320 8.1 -19 32 18 7.9 3.2 188 0 12 3.5 .8 .0 .17 207 189 14 0 3 3019368X0632672 08-0-62 9 310 7.8 -19 30 19 8.0 3.1 190 0 9.6 3.5 .8 .0 .04 198 137 183 0 3 301936008545401 06-08-62 -150 8.5 -1.5 12 9.0 2.3 1.2 78 3 .0 3.2 .2 .0 .3S 73 71 67 0 0 230230108533381 06-08-62 9 295 7.9 -17 35 16 5.4 1.7 196 0 .0 2.5 .4 .1 .12 180 175 184 0 0 30242108355382 11-02-62 1 189 7.5 73 13 35 2.8 2.7 .6 122 0 .4 2.5 .2 3 3 .16 122 18 9 0 3062080N8125421 05-08-62 -240 7.5 -16 44 1.0 3.1 .9 143 0 .0 1.7 .1 .0 .43 138 137 U14 0 6 302610N08125331 OS-08-62 -200 7.4 -14 37 .1 2.8 .8 122 0 .0 1.0 .1 .1 .19 130 11 93 0 5 S302823N08855201 05-08-62 -195 7.7 -20 28 4.6 4.6 1.7 117 0 .4 1.3 .1 .0 .04 117 119 89 0 5 CALHON COUNTY Water Table Aquifer 301435108523071 01-28-63 1 23 5.7 68 4.0 0.8 0.2 2.2 0.1 4 0 0.4 4.0 0.1 2.9 0.32 23 17 3 0 6 GULF COUNTY Floridan Aquifer 295935208582181 05-14-63 4 458 7.7 20 37 7.3 15 3.6 182 0 4.4 13 0.3 0.0 1.43 200 192 123 0 .10 S300644X08811461 05-09-62 1 760 7.8 13 42 38 64 4.4 164 0 108 88 1.4 .0 .65 473 430 26 127 3. 300801208581031 06-14-63 1 361 7.8 24 57 11 8.4 2.2 238 0 .0 4.0 .4 .0 .24 204 224 188 0 5 JACKON COUNITY Water Table Aquifer 303551N08523341 05-08-62 1 154 5.7 5.0 6.4 3.6 14 5.0 4 0 0.0 17 0.1 40 0.16 134 93 31 28 5 Florldsa Aquifer 303622M08523201 05-08-62 1 230 7.8 15 34 8.8 3.0 1.4 144 0 4.8 2.0 .2 .0 .24 146 140 120 0 3

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Table 13. Chemical Analyses and Temperature of Ground Wator--Continued (Note: Type 1, Pumped; 4, Collected from Spigot; 9, Flowing well) Chemical analyses in parts per million, except specific conductance, pH, and color--Continued Specific Dissolved conductsolids Bardneas ance TenNagPoCarWell Date (microperCalnetasBicarbonChloFluoNiResidue CalCalcium, NonNumber of abos ature Silica clue slum Sodium slu bonate ato Sulate ride ride trate Iron at cuapencarbonColcollection Type at 25*C) pH (oF) 810i (Ca) (Mg) (Na) (K) (9CO3) (C00) (804) (Cl) (F) (NO,) (Fe) 1801C lated lum ato or WASHINGTON COUNTY Water Table Aquifer 302725M08533022 09-24-62 1 124 7.8 -5.4 22 0.2 3.2 0.0 72 0 1.2 2.0 0.1 0.0 0.45 69 69 58 0 5 3027251M08533022 01-25-63 1 58 6.7 -6.8 7.6 .0 .6 .0 29 0 .4 1.5 .0 .0 .33 42 31 19 0 18 303025808535012 09-06-62 1 61 7.1 -3.6 9.6 .0 1.3 .0 28 0 .4 1. .1 .0 .37 33 30 24 1 5 303025M08535012 01-25-63 1 58 6.5 70 3.1 8.4 .2 1.6 .1 26 0 1.6 3.8 .1 .1 .32 39 32 22 0 3 303018H08639361 01-27-63 1 16 6.0 70 3.7 1.2 .0 .9 .0 4 0 .4 2.0 .0 .0 .36 14 11 3 0 0 303131N08835281 09-13-62 1 111 6.4 -1.8 4.4 .2 1.9 .1 12 0 1.2 4.0 .2 .1 .24 22 20 12 2 303643M08534521 01-27-83 1 45 5.8 69 6.8 .8 1.0 3.9 .7 3 0 .0 7.2 .1 7.8 .11 43 30 6 4 2 Floridan Aquifer 302629N08532531 09-20-62 1 154 7.4 5.6 2.3 1.8 3.6 0.2 79 0 0. 8 3.5 02 0.7 0.07 77 78 68 0 2 302658N08542231 09-16-63 1 175 7.3 8.9 26 3.2 8.4 .6 88 0 17 3.5 .2 .0 .01 106 103 78 6 10 302725N08533021 09-24-62 1 130 7.8 12 22 .7 3.3 1.0 76 0 .0 2.0 .2 .0 .07 77 78 so88 0 4 302850N08532121 09-27-62 1 188 7.3 11 34 2.2 2.2 1.0 104 0 4.8 6.0 .1 .3 -134 113 94 9 20 302910N08532281 09-25-62 1 129 7.7 5.6 22 2.2 2.0 .2 76 0 2.0 2.0 .2 .0 .00 76 73 64 2 8 303021808531031 09-20-62 1 149 7.7 6.5 24 2.4 1.4 .1 82 0 .0 2.5 .1 .0 .03 76 77 70 3 0 303038N08531151 09-18-62 1 101 7.7 7.5 34 1.9 2.5 .7 105 0 8.8 2.0 .2 .1 .14 109 110 93 7 8 303025N08B38011 09-05-62 1 210 7.7 6.2 38 2.7 1.9 .1 128 0 .0 2.5 .1 .0 1.6 113 114 106 1 2 303527N08835341 058-08-62 -290 7.4 8.6 42 9.5 1.8 .6 150 0 18 2.4 .1 .0 .29 168 157 144 21 0 303720M08835841 05-08-62 1 230 8.0 11 38 .86 1.5 .6 143 0 1.6 2.0 .2 .0 .01 137 130 U11 1 0

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Table 14. Periodic chloride analyses and temperature of water from wells. (Field analyses except as noted by the letter L which are laboratory analyses Tem(CloTemChloperride perride Well number Date ature (ClWell number Date ature (Cl('?) ppm) (F) ppm) 30040730853555.1 07-31-50 84 L 212 300842N0853701.1 07-25-56 -125 11-23-53 78 L 242 10-09-56 -132 09-21-54 77 L 238 01-17-57 -116 11-16-55 74 L 349 04-09-57 -108 11-30-56 75 L 280 05-29-57 -120 08-26-57 79 L 270 07-03-57 -140 09-18 58 77 L 266 08-14-57 -126 10-21-59 74 L 278 11-22-57 -109 11-21-60 77 L 275 .01-09-58 -128 11-27-61 76 L 270 02-14-58 --11-08-62 75 L 246 03-26-58 -142 11-28-62 -306 06-26-58 -125 01-17-63 76 302 09-25-58 -128 07-26-63 77 310 11-03-53 -140 03-28-63 78 302 12-19-58 -120 09-30-63 76 292 03-18-59 -100 11-15-63 -L 278 12-16-59 -133 300748N0854353.1 02-14-62 -73 03-23-60 -170 03-15-62 -73 05-09-60 -130 04-27-62 -73 06-29-60 -140 06-01-62 -71 08-12-60 -130 08-02-62 -74 09-22-60 -130 09-07-62 -72 11-09-60 -30 10-03-62 -71 01-11-61 -90 10-19-62 -72 03-08-61 -115 11-29-62 -72 04-17-61 -120 01-16-63 -72 06-07-61 -131 02-19-63 -74 08-30-61 -130 03-23-63 -76 10-18-61 -120 04-12-63 -74 11-28-61 -125 05-16-63 -72 01-09-62 -200 06-25-63 -72 08-21-63 76 L 128 07-26-63 -74 300956N0853803.1 11-14-61 -91 08-26-63 -72 12-07-61 75 74 09-30-63 -74 01-04-62 75 36 300842N0853701.1 10-18-51 -140 02-09-62 75 52 12-07-51 -158 03-14-62 75 39 01-30-52 213 05-07-62 -36 03-20-52 132 05-07-62 -L 34 04-18-52 -135 06-28-62 76 -06-02-52 -139 08-02-62 76 48 07-01-52 -129 09-07-62 76 33 08-20-52 -130 10-01-62 76 33 10-09-52 -121 11-28-62 76 112 11-17-52 -130 01-17-63 74 30 01-10-53 -131 02-19-63 75 70 02-09-53 -135 04-15-63 75 30 03-23-53 -130 05-20-63 -92 05-13-53 -134 06-25-63 77 28 06-15-53 -134 07-26-63 76 30 07-27-53 -120 08-28-63 78 28 09-08-53 -125 301025N0854519.1 01-12-51 75 L 235 11-11-53 -120 02-25-52 76 L 276 10-19-53 -130 05-19-53 75 L 240 01-11-54 -130 07-06-56 78 L 262 02-23-54 -145 05-31-57 78 L 238 01-05-54 -120 0-03-61 -290 07-30-51 -110 07-11-61 -230 09-10-54 -120 08-31-61 -280 12-02-54 -96 11-28-61 -230 01-13-55 -113 12-07-61 -230 02-23-55 -95 01-04-62 78 230 04-08-5 -101 02-14-62 78 230 05-17-55 -111 03-15-62 78 230 06-30-55 -160 04-27-62 -230 08-19-55 -101 03-01-62 79 230 09-29-55 -83 06-28-62 78 240 11-09-55 -110 08-02-62 78 230 12-07-55 -125 08-09-62 -L 265 02-02-56 -112 09-07-62 78 240 04-25-56 -110 10-03-62 78 235 05-13-56 -141 10-19-62 79 234 126

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Table 14. Periodic chloride analyses and temperature of water from wells.-Continued TemChloTemChloperride perride Well number Date ature (ClWell number Date ature (Cl(°F) ppm) I(°F) ppm) 301025N0854519.1 11-28-62 77 230 301123N0854230.1 08-02-62 79 105 01-17-63 77 234 09-07-62 78 105 02-19-63 76 230 10-03-62 78 100 05-16-63 79 242 11-28-62 78 100 06-25-63 78 234 01-16-63 78 104 07-26-63 79 232 02-19-63 78 104 08-26-63 78 244 03-23-63 78 102 09-30-63 76 244 04-15-63 78 106 301019N0854519.1 07-06-56 78 L 250 05-20-63 -102 05-31-57 78 L 230 07-26-63 79 104 03-08-61 -237 08-28-63 80 104 07-11-61 -220 09-30-63 77 104 08-31-61 -210 301350N0855322.1 12-15-61 -108 11-28-61 -58 01-04-62 77 110 02-14-62 -260 02-13-62 -110 03-15-62 76 200 03-19-62 79 102 04-27-62 -220 04-27-62 -110 06-01-62 78 230 05-08-62 -L 111 06-28-62 78 240 06-01-62 81 110 08-02-62 78 220 06-28-62 81 110 08-09-62 -L 278 03-03-62 -120 09-07-62 78 230 09-08-62 81 125 10-03-62 78 220 10-03-62 82 120 10-19-62 78 268 10-23-62 80 118 11-28-62 77 218 11-28-62 80 118 01-17-63 77 220 01-16-63 81 118 02-19-63 77 262 02-19-63 77 118 04-12-63 78 220 04-12-63 80 122 05-16-63 78 222 05-16-63 81 120 06-25-63 78 222 06-24-63 81 120 07-26-63 78 224 07-25-63 81 124 08-26-63 80 228 08-26-63 82 124 09-30-63 77 226 301538N0853520.1 01-04-63 75 420 301123N0854230.1 11-14-61 78 102 02-13-63 64 250 12-07-61 78 90 03-16-63 -230 01-04-62 78 103 04-11-63 65 230 02-15-62 78 100 05-14-63 -266 03-15-62 79 100 07-23-63 72 204 05-31-62 78 -08-22-63 76 168 ___ 06-28-62 79 -_ 03-25-63 74 152 127

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