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STATE OF FLORIDA
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Randolph Hodges, Executive Director



DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
J.V. Sollohub, Director



BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
Robert O. Vernon, Chief



Information Circular No. 67



SELECTED WATER RESOURCE RECORDS
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS



By
James B. Foster and Charles A. Pascale
U.S. Geological Survey



Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY
DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
and
OKALOOSA COUNTY


TALLAHASSEE
1971












Th&3"9


Completed manuscript received
February 11, 1970
Printed by the
Florida Department of Natural Resources
Division of Interior Resources
Bureau of Geology
Tallahassee










CONTENTS


Page
Introduction .......... ......................... .. 1
Acknowledgemerits ................................. 1
Well-numbering system ................... ............. 3
Hydrologic Data ..................................... 3
Selected Data References ................................95
ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure Page
1 Map of Florida showing location of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas and a
diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system . 2

2 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of surface-water
and rainfall data collection sites. ... ................ ....... 10

3 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried
wells which top the Floridan aquifer with those wells used for water-level
observation indicated ..............................23

4 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried
wells which tap the sand-and-gravel aquifer with those wells used for water-level
observations indicated ................... ............24


TABLES

Table

1 Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas 5

2 Miscellaneous surface-water data not previously published . 7

3 Records of rainfall in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas .... 11

4 Records of wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas . 12

5 Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas 25

6 Ground-water pumpage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa County
and adjacent areas ................................33

7 Chemical analyses and temperature of ground waters in Okaloosa County and
adjacent areas ........... ....................... 35

8 Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ... 58

9 Report well reference number keyed to Florida Bureau of Geology well file
number ..................................... 94
m










SELECTED WATER RESOURCES RECORDS FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS

By
James B. Foster and Charles A. Pascale
INTRODUCTION
This report presents water resources records for Okaloosa County, the upper
drainage area of Shoal River, coastal areas in Walton County, and selected areas
in Santa Rosa County as shown in figure 1. These records were collected from
January 1966 through September 1968 as a part of an investigation by the U.S.
Geological Survey of the water resources of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas.
The investigation was made in cooperation with Okaloosa County and the
Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources, Florida Department of
Natural Resources.
The purpose of the report is to assemble the basic data collected during the
investigation that are not previously published. Other data reports pertaining to
Okaloosa and adjacent areas are contained in the list of selected references.
The interpretative results of the investigation are in the report entitled,
"Water resources of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas" by J.B. Foster and
C.A. Pascale (in preparation, 1969).
Geologic and hydrologic information are presented in tables which group the
data according to type. Maps of the area show the location of data collection
stations within the county and adjacent areas. The stratigraphic nomenclature
conforms to the usage of the Florida Bureau of Geology and not necessarily to
that of the U.S. Geological Survey.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

A number of individuals and organizations have been most generous in
supplying information and assistance in the process of collecting data for this
investigation. The courtesies extended by the following persons are most
appreciated:

G.R. Hinson and J.B. Hoover Okaloosa Water and Sewage System

Joe Morgan, E.W. Dick, J.H. Lynham, and Grady Henderson City of Fort
Walton Beach

Col. J. Y. Read, Col. W.F. Potter, W.E. Alford, R.A. Hoffman, C.R. Smith,
and L. Davis Eglin Air Force Base

W.T. McKenzie Okaloosa Island Authority


A.G. Symons and R.H. Brown Layne Central Company






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Figure 1. Map of Florida showing location of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas and a
diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 3
E.L. Thomason Thomason Well and Pump Company

Robert Gibson Gibson Well Drilling

We also extend our thanks to the numerous other individuals in the county
and adjacent areas who gave us access to their wells and who furnished us with
information on their water supplies.
WELL NUMBERING SYSTEMS
The well-numbering system used to catalogue wells in this report is that of the
Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. It is based on the
location of wells within a one-second grid of parallels of latitude and meridians
of longitude. A report well reference number has also been used as a
cross-reference number.
The Geological Survey number used to catalogue wells is a 16-character
number that defines the latitude and longitude of the southeast corner of a
one-second quadrangle in which the well is located. The first 6 characters of the
well number include the digits of the degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude,
in that order. The 6-digits defining the latitude are followed by the letter N
which indicates north latitude for wells in the northern hemisphere. The 7 digits
following the letter N gives the degrees, minutes, and seconds of longitude. The
last digit, set off by a period from the rest of the number, is assigned
sequentially to identify wells inventoried within a one-second quadrangle.
An example of the well number is illustrated in figure 1. The designation
275134N0815220.1 indicates the first well inventoried in the one-second
quadrangle bounded by latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude 081052'
20" on the east.
The report well reference number is used to facilitate the identification of
wells in the tables and on the well location maps. It is also used to provide a
cross-reference between wells in this report and wells which are discussed in the
report by Foster and Pascale which was previously mentioned.
HYDROLOGIC DATA
Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1 and 2. The
surface-water-data-collection sites in table 1 are listed in downstream order. The
station number identifies the sites on the map in figure 2. Table 2 contains
miscellaneous streamflow measurements, results of chemical analyses,
temperatures, and specific conductances of surface water. Rainfall records are
compiled in table 3 and the locations of the rain gages are shown in figure 2.
Table 4 gives a record of wells inventoried in and adjacent to Okaloosa County
whose locations are shown in figures 3 and 4. Other ground-water data are
included in tables 5, 6, and 7 which contain records of water levels, pumpage,





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and results of chemical analyses, temperatures, and specific conductances.
Figures 3 d 4 show the location of wells for which water level records are
available. Wells listed in table 7 may also be located in figures 3 and 4 by the
report well reference number. Lithologic logs of selected wells are presented in
table 8. The location of these wells and other wells for which drill cuttings are
on file with the Florida Bureau of Geology are shown in figures 3 and 4. Table 8
gives the cross-reference between the report well reference number used in
figures 3 and 4 and tables 4 and 7 and the Florida Bureau of Geology well file
number.









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67






Table 1. Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas.

Type of record: A, standard chemical analysis; D, Discharge and stage;
K, Conductivity; S, Stage.

Frequency of record: d. Daily; r, Continuous; (3), Total number of analyses
of samples or measurements of streamflow.


No. on
fig. 2


Drainage Type and
area frequency
sq. mi. of record Period of record


Location
(in downstream order)


12B COASTAL AREA BETWEEN CHOCTAWHATCHEE
RIVER AND YELLOW RIVER

Rocky Creek near Portland


Rocky Creek near Niceville


Long Creek near Portland


Long Creek (No. 2) near Valparaiso


Turkey Creek near Valparaiso


Swift Creek near Niceville


Turkey Creek near Niceville


Rogue Creek near Valparaiso


Tenmile Creek near Valparaiso


Anderson Branch near Valparaiso


Juniper Creek near Niceville


Turkey Creek at Niceville

Toms Creek at Valparaiso


Carnier Creek near Garnier


Lightvood Knot Creek near Garnier


Turtle Creek near Fort Walton Beach

East Bay River near Wynnehaven Beach


12C YELLOW RIVER BASIN

Yellow River near Oak Grove


Yellow River at Milligan



Trammel Creek near Milligan


Baggett Creek near Milligan


Qum Creek near DeFuniak Springs

Caney Creek near Clendale

Shoal River near Hossy Head


*See Table 2.
a approximate


624






7.8






123


D(3)
A(3)

Dr
Kd
A(ll), K(5)*

D(4)
A(3), K(4)*

Dr
A(4)

D(3)

D(2)

Dr
A(6), K(7)*


D(3)
A(1)

67.0 Dr
A(5), K(7)*

D(1)
K(1)*

-- D(1)
K(1)*

D (1)
K(1)*

5.15 D(8)
A(3)

25.0 Dr
A(6), K(7)*

D(4)
K(4)*

D(2)
K(2)*

-- (1)
K(I)*

29.5 Dr
A(6), K(7)*

A(1)

D(1)
K(1)*

D(l)
-- D(1)
K(1)*

-- D(1)
K(1)*

-- D(2)

62.0 Dr
A(5), K(6)*


Station


1965-67
1965

March 1966 to June 1968
1966-68


1967


1967


1967

1961-67
1966-68

April 1966 to June 1968
1966-68


1966-67


1967


1967

March 1966 to June 1968
1966-68

1967


1967


1967


1967

1966-67

April 1966 to June 1968
1966-68



1966-68
1966-68

July 1938 to June 1968
1965-68
1962-68

1967
1966-68

October 1964 to June 1968
1966-68

1965-67

1966-67

March 1951 to June 1968
1966-68








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Table 1. Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued


Station
No. on
fig. 2


25

26

27


28


29


30


31


32


33


34


35


36


37


38


39





40


41


42


43


4/.


*See Table 2. page
a approximate


location
(in downstream order)


Lake Jackson near Paxton

Horaehead Creek near Laurel Hill

Pond Creek near Dorcas


Shoal River near Dorcas


Titi Creek near Crestview


Shoal River near Crestview


Turkey Hen Creek near Crescview


Gopher Creek near Crestviev


Carspring Branch near Creatviev


Turkey Gobbler Creek rear Creatviev


Wilkinaon Creek near Cresaview


Middle Creek near Creatviev


Malone Creek near Crestviev


Meets Creek near Crestviev


Yellow River near Holt


12D BLACKATER RIVER BASIN AND
COASTAL AREA

Blackwater River near Good Hope


Boggy Hollow Creek near Good Hope


Blackwater River near Blackman


Blackwater River near Baker


BlackLwaer River near Holt


Drainage Type and
area frequency
sq. mi. of record


a2 Sd

D(2)

94.8 Dd
A(7), K(7)*

-- D(5)
A(3)

62.9 Dr
A(7), K(7)*

474 Dr
A(6), K*(6)

-- D(1)
D(l)



K*(l)

D(1)
K*(1)

K*(l)

*- D(1)

K*(l)
D*(l)

Kk(l)
K*(l)




1210 Dr, 0(2)
A(3)


D(2)
A(3)

D(1)
A(1), K*(1)

D(1)
A(1)

Dr
A(8), K*(4)

D(15)
A (4)


Period of record


September 1966 to June 1968

1966-67

October 1966 to June 1968
1966-68

1966-68
1966-68

March 1966 to June 1968
1966-68

July 1938 to June 1968
1966-68


1967


1967


1967


1967


1967


1967


1967


1967

1933-41; 1966-68
1966-68




1966-68
1966-68


1966


1967

March 1950 to June 1968
1966-68

1958-62; 1966-68
1966-68









INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 7








Table 2. Hiscellaneous surface-water data not previously published.


Specific
Conduct-
Toe- ance
Station Dier-per- ( ro-
go. on Date charge nature mhos
fig. 2 Stream Tributary to Location Hearured (cf ) F at 25*C)


I Rocky Creek Rocky Bayou Let 30'32'07", long 86"22'55", in 12-20-66 115 54 12


3 Long Creek Rocky Creek






4 Long Creek Rocky Creek
(No. 2)




5 Turkey Creek Rocky Bayou





7 Turkey Creek Boggy Bayou


SEk sec. 31, T. 1 N., R. 21 W.,
at bridge on woods road, 6 miles
east of Niceville, Okaloosa County,
Fla.



Let 3'030'45", long 86"23'24". in
N8k sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 21 W., at
culvert on graded road; 0.5 miles
above Rocky Creek and 11.7 miles
vet of Portland, Walton County,
Fla.

Lat 30'31'20", long 86*24'42". in
SE sec. 2, T. 1 S., R. 22 W., at
culvert on voods road, 1.3 illes
above Rocky Creek and 5 iles east
of Valparaiso, Okalooaa County, Fla.

lat 30*30'43", long 86*25'30", in
NWk sec. 11, T. 1 S., R. 22 V.. at
culvert on graded road, 0.4 mile
above Rocky Bayou and 4 miles east
at Valparaiso, Okalooes County, Fla.

Let 30"33'43", long 86*32'10", in
NWk ec. 27, T. 1 N., R. 22 W., at
downatrela side of bridge on woods
road, 0.6 mile upstream from Rogue
Creek and 4.5 miles northwest of
Niceville, Okaloosa County, Fla.


3-21-67 152 65 17
6- 8-67 112 70 19
10- 9-67 275 68 24
11-15-67 157 59 12
1- 4-68 240 59 17
2-12-68 172 50 15

4-25-67 9.87 67 32






4-25-67 8.11 67 16


4-25-67





12-19-66
3-21-67
6- 6-67
10-10-67
11-13-67
1- 2-68
2-12-68


6.44 68 14


8 Rogue Creek Turkey Creek Lat 30*33'20", long 86'33'46", in
SEt sec. 29, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., at
culvert on voods road, 4.2 miles
northwest of Valparaiso, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

9 Tenmile Creek Juniper Creek Let 30*34'12", long 86*31'00", in
SEi sec. 23, T. I N., R. 23 W.,
at bridge on graded road, 0.3 mile
above Juniper Creek and 4.8 miles
north of Valparaiso, Okaloosa
County, Fla.


10 Anderaon Branch Juniper Creek


Let 30'33'35". long 86*30'50", in
NEk sec. 26, T. 1 N., R. 23 V., at
culvert on graded road, 0.3 mile
above Juniper Creek and 4 alles
north of Valparatso. Okaloosa
County, Fla.


11 Juniper Creek Turkey,Creek Let 30*33'26", long 86*31'11", in
NWt sec. 26, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., at
downstream side of bridge on State
Highway 85, 0.9 mile upstream from
Turkey Creek and 3 miles northwest
of Niceville, Okaloosa County, Fla.


13 Toms Creek Toms Bayou


Lat 30*30'22", long 86'31'27", in
Ntk sec. 14, T. 1 S., R. 23 ., at
culvert on State Highway 85, In
Valparaiso, Okaloosa County, Fla,


14 Carnier Creek Carnier Bayou Lat 30*28'49", long 86*35'07", in
SEtk ec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 23 U., at
culvert on State Highwy 85A, 0.3
mile above Carnier Bayou and 1.8
illes north of Carnier, Okaloosa
County, Fla.


15 Lighcvood Knot Carnier Bayou
Creek


Lat 30'28'41", long 86'35'45", in
SWk sec. 19, T. I S., R. 23 W., at
bridge on State Highway 85A, 0.3
mile above Garnier Bayou and 1.4
miles north of Carnler, Okaloosa
County, Fla.


7-13-66 12.5 76 14
1-12-67 11.9 59 15
3-22-67 10.4 67 13
4-27-67 15.7 67 18


3-22-67 35.7 63 12
4-27-67 37.4 68 16





4-25-67 4.13 77 18






12-20-66 57.0 54 9
3-21-67 69.2 67 17
6- 6-67 74.5 70 21
9- 5-67 54.8 61 14
11-13-67 73.7 61 14
1- 2-68 114 63 16
2-12-68 87.8 50 15

4-25-67 13.9 68 22




3-23-67 21.3 56 18






4-27-67 44.2 68 20









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Table 2. Miacellaneous surface-water data not previously publiabed -- Continued


Specific
Conduct-
Tem- ante
Station Dis- per- (nic o-
%o. oa Date charge ature whose
fig. 2 Stream Tributary to location Measured (cfa) "F at 25*C)


17 East Bay giver East Bay at 30'25'53", long 86*46'20", in 12-20-66 160 58 18
Nt see. 8, T. 2 S., R. 25 W., near 3-21-67 153 65 20
bridge on woods road, 2.2 miles up- 10- 9-67 170 72 20
stream from Panther Creek and 1.5 11-14-67 166 63 15
miles north of Wynnebaven Beach, 1- 3-68 318 59 40
Okaloosa County, Fla. 2-13-68 146 52 19


19 Yellow giver Blackwater Bay






20 Tramel Creek Yellow River





24 Shoal giver Yellow River






27 Pond Creek Shoal River







29 Titi Creek Shoal River







30 Shoal River Yellow River






31 Turkey Creek Shoal River






32 Gopher Creek Shoal River


33 Carspring
Branch


Yellow River


34 Turkey Yellon River
Gobbler Creek


lat 30'45'10', long 86*37'45", in 3- 2-67 983 56
sec. 15, T. 3 N., R. 24 V., upstream 4-13-67 437 77
side of old bridge on U.S. Highway 8-10-67 314 74
90, 0.5 mile east of Milligan, Oka- 9-20-67 335 74
loosa County, 0.5 mile upstream from 11-15-67 621 58
Tramel Creek.

Lat 30*44'48", long 86*37'14", in 4-13-67 4.0* 68
Wt sec. 23, T. 3 N., R. 24 W., at 5-18-67 6.0* 69
culvert on State Highway 4, 0.9 nile 8-10-67 3.5* 69
above Gully Branch and 1.0 mile.east 9-20-67 5.0* 72
of Milligan, Okaloosa County, Fla.

Lat 30'47'45", long 86"18'25", in 1-20-67 191 58
SW sec. 36, T. 4 N., R. 21 W., near 3- 3-67 135 55
center of bridge on State Highway 4-13-67 91.4 65
285, about 200 ft downstream from 5-19-67 51.6 67
Machine Branch and 3.9 miles north 11- 3-67 793 56
of Mossy Head, Walton County, Fla. 12-14-67 457 61

Lat 30"50'02", long 86'25'43", in 12-21-66 54.5 49
NEk sec. 22, T. 4 N., R. 22 W., at 3-20-67 60.4 61
bridge on county road, 0.2 mile 6- 7-67 35.2 72
downstream from Juniper Creek and 9- 6-67 53.7 72
2.6 miles north of Dorcas, Okaloosa 11-16-67 85.2 52
County, Pla. 1- 4-68 224 59
2-14-68 71.6 50

Lat 30"42'05", long 86*29'28", in 12-19-66 94.3 54
Wt sec. 6, T. 2 N., R. 22 W., at 3-21-67 106 65
bridge on woods road, 0.3 mile down- 6- 5-67 106 67
stream from Long Creek and 5.5 miles 10-18-67 145 67
southeast of Creatview, Okaloosa 11-14-67 141 59
County, Fla. 1- 3-68 181 61
2-13-68 136 50

lat 30*41'50', long 86"34'15", in 1-19-67 844 56
sec. 5, T. 2 N., R. 23 W., at bridge 3- 2-67 742 65
on State Highway 85, 3.5 miles down- 4-13-67 492 67
stream from Titt Creek and 4.5 miles 8-10-67 369 70
south of Crestvlew, Okaloosa County, 9-20-67 504 72
Fla. 11-14-67 845 59

Lae 30*40'50", long 86"34'30", in 3-23-67 19.6 57
Wt sec. 17, T. 2 N., R. 23 W., at
culvert on graded road, 1.3 miles
above Shoal River and 5.3 miles
south of Crestview, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

Lat 30'40'54", long 86"36'20", in 3-23-67 4.55 59
NW sec. 2 N., R. 24 W., at
culvert on graded road, 1.2 miles
above Shoal River and 5.0 miles
southeast of Milligan, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

Lat 30*40'30", long 86'39'00", in 3-23-67 4.19 61
W4 sec. 16, T. 2 N., R. 24 V., at
culvert on graded road, 0.4 mile
above Yeltow River and 4.8 miles
acutheast of Galliver, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

ast 30*40'17", long 86*39'42", in 3-23-67 30.4 59
SEL sec. 17, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at
bridge on graded road, 0.6 mile
above Yellow giver and 4.6 miles
southeast of Galliver, Okaloon
County, Fla.


*Estimated
Discharge











INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67


Table 2. Miscellaneous surface-water data not previously published -- Continued


Specific
Conduct-
Te- ance
Station Dis- per- (-icro-
No. on Date charge nature mhos
Fig. 2 Stream Tributary to Location Measured (cfs) "F at 25*C)


35 Wilkinson Yellow River Lat 30*41'23", long 86"40'41", in 3-23-67 7.85 63 11


Creek


NEt sec. 7, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at
bridge on graded road, 0.4 miles
above Yellow River and 2.9 miles
southeast of Galliver, Okaloosa
County, Fla.


36 Middle Creek Yellow River Lat 80'39'50", long 86'40'35", in
hWt sec. 20, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at
bridge on graded road, 0.6 mile
above Yellow River and 4.5 miles
southeast of Galliver, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

37 Malone Creek Yellow River Lat 3089'36", long 86'41'57", in
SEt sec. 24, T. 2 N., R. 25 W., at
bridge on graded road, 1.2 miles
above Yellow River and 4.9 miles
south of Galliver, Okaloosa County,
Fla.

38 Metts Creek Yellow River Lat 30"39'20", long 86'48'47", in
SEl sec. 22, T. 2 N., R. 25 W., at
bridge on graded road, 1.3 miles
above Yellao River and 4.1 miles
south of Holt, Okaloosa County,
Fla.


41 Boggy Hollow
Creek




43 Blackwater
River


Blackwater River Lat 3058'56", long 86*43'06", in
NWt sec. 35, T. 6 N., R. 25 H., at
bridge on State Highway 180, 5.2
miles west of Good Hope, Okaloosa
County, Fla.

Blackwater Bay Lat 30'50'00", long 86*44'05", in
SWi sec. 22, T. 4 N., R. 25 W., at
bridge on State Highway 4, 0.3 mile
downstream from Red Wash Branch and
3.8 miles northwest of Baker,
Okaloosa County, Fla.


3-23-67 18.0 59






3-23-67 20.9 63


3-23-67 16.8 63 14






6- 2-66 2.31 70 18


8- 8-67 86.1
9-19-67 107
11- 2-67 1070
12-13-67' 626






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Figure 2. Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of surface-water
and rainfall data collection sites.








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Table 3. Records of rainfall in Okaloosa County

Rainfall in inches.

Year J F M A M J J A

Department of Transportation Prison Camp near
(30034'N.86032'W.)


and adjacent areas.


S 0

Niceville, Fl


8.76 3.00

4.44 5.76 0.72 3.60 2.52 6.28 5.00 10.03 4.00 10.08

M.R. M.R. 2.64 2.64 2.16 2.64


William's farm near Dorcas, Fla. (30050'N.86026'W.)


5.73 4.67 1.00 1.43 2.86 5.90 5.17 10.25 3.52

2.73 2.41 3.18 1.77 5.33 2.46


Eglin Auxiliary Field 5 (30035'N.86036'W.)



4.41 5.06 0.80 2.00 1.43 6.44 4.97 11.55 4.55

1.40 1.05 3.05 0.75 0.95 2.85


N D

a.


1.80 4.20

3.02 11.01


3.68 3.73 5.13

10.25 0.74 6.87


1966

1967

1968




1966

1967

1968




1966

1967

1968


Reeves' residence on Lake Jackson near Paxton, Fla.
(3059'N.85020'W.)

2.40

6.00 5.16 1.20 0.72 1.44 2.16 5.52 7.92 3.12 11.52

1.92 1.44 3.48 1.44 2.28 1.80


M.R. Missing Record.


1.76 3.44

9.88 2.10 8.95


1966

1967

1968


6.72 2.76

0.84 8.04














Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOPA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS,


WELL NUMBERS See figure I for explanation of well-numbering system.
REPORT WELL REFERENCE NUMBERI Reference numbers are used to identify wells
in data and interpretive reports,
OWNERSHIPI C, county; F, federal government; M, city; N, corporation or
company P, private; B, state agency.
WELL FINISHI 8, screens T, sand point; W, shored; X, open hole.
METHOD DRILLEDI B, bored C, cable; D, dug; H, hydraulic rotary; J, Jetted;
V, driven; Z, air reverse circulation rotary,
TYPE LIFTI C, centrifugall J, Jets L, multiple-centrifugall H, multiple-
turbinea N, nonal P, platon;l submergiblie T, turbine,


WATER USEi A, air conditioning H, domestic; I, irrigation; N, induatriali
P, public supply; U, unused,
AQUIFER(S)i IF, Floridaen 4M, shallow artesiani 15, sand-and-gravel,
ALTITUDE OF LAND-SURFACE DATUMI Tn the nearest foot,
WATER LEVELI To the nearest foot, Plus values above land-surface datum.
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS AVAILABLE) C, complete; J, conductance and chloride; K,
conductance; L, chloride; M, multiple--complete and one or more partialas
P, partial,
IOG DATA: E, resistivity and/or spontaneous potential; F, fluid resistivity;
0, gamma ray; L, geologists and/or samples available; T, temperature,


302254N0862514.1
302304N0862817.1
302340N0862942.1
302325N0863329.1
302338N0863526.1

302346N0863524.1
302347N0863604.1
302352N0863757.1
302351N0863829..1
302348N0863900.1


302357N0864151.1 19 F
302342N0864248,1 20 F
302334N0864448.1 21 F
302427N0862934,1 22 P
302411N0863649.1 23 H

Interpolated


1 P 1955 600 -- -. X H T P 1F 10* --
3 P 1958 653 434 4 X H C P F1 10* -
4 C 1964 657 440 -- X Z T P IF 30* -
8 F -- 750 -- 6 X H S H F 10* 5
12 S 1951 696 474 5 X C N U 1F 12 48


OKAIOOSA COUNTY

FLORIDAN AQUIFER

-- 75 **
536 19
100 60
1-67 90 14

2-62 325 255
S 250 90
9-67 305 264
S 50 --
100 60


1946 834 592 6 X C T P IF 12
1959 802 648 6 X H P IF 12*
1960 850 669 6 X I H 1F 10*
1955 630 614 3 X H J I 1F 5*
SX T P IF 10**

from USCS 15 minute series topographic map.


2-66 0.02 4.4 69 24 620 C 77 --
-- -- ---**-- -- --- L


6-67 0.03 60
10-60 0.05 6.4

10-49 0.09 13
10-60 0.19 17
6-67 0.31 0
4-67 --


.. -- BE,G,L
58 20 505 C --
60 24 566 C 78 -







Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued


OKALOOSA COUNTY -- Continued

FLORIDAN AQUIFER -- Continued


302418N0863640.1 24 M --
302419N0863626.1 25 C 1936
302419N0863639.1 26 M 1950
302440N0863945.1 27 M 1958
302442N0863940.1 28 H 1964

302458N0864206.1 32 F 1942
302431N0864403.1 34 P 1960
302505N0863555.1 35 M --
302507N0863639.1 36 M 1954
302535N0863617.1 37 P 1958

302536N0863618.1 39 P --
302541N0863728.1 41 P 1956
302511N0863821.1 43 M 1957
302513N0863840.1 44 M 1968
302553N0863830.1 45 P --

302530N0863952.1 46 C 1962
302521N0864152.1 47 F 1954
302526N0864619.1 48 F 1964
302516N0864754.1 49 F --
302604N0863356,1 51 C 1962

302612N0863455.1 52 P --
302653N0863423.1 54 C 1962
302613N0863501.1 55 F 1944
302625N0863545.1 56 C 1960
302628N0863535.1 57 N --


613 467 6 X N U 1F 17 92
800 500 6 X N U 1F 16 446
735 510 12 X H T P 1F 17 +10
787 570 10 X H T P 1F 23 --
764 595 -- X Z T P 1F 20* 61

805 550 10 X P 1F 35 32
820 -- 6 X H C H 1F 10* 6
803 510 24 X Z T P 1F 8* 39
839 494 16 X H T P 1F 17 10
572 472 3 X H J U 1F 5* --

571 467 2 X H N U 1F 5* 20
640 -- -- X H S H IF 12* --
735 548 16 X 2 T P IF 38 32
850 520 16 X Z T P IF 30* 48
690 410 4 X H IF 18* --

475 -- 10 X H T P IF 30* --
807 596 12 X Z T P IF 35* 32
850 650 -- X H P 1F 34* 6
560 -- 6 X P 1F 29* --
610 418 4 X H T P 1F 19 0

550 426 4 X H J U IF 6* -*
630 420 4 X H P 1F 71 18
605 -- -- X H T P IF 6 +28
600 432 6 X H N U IF 11 --
601 422 4 X i 9 P IF 5* -


7-66 -- -
8-36 -
11-50 500 100 -
2-68 300 51 --
2-68 517 29 --

10-47 500 -- -
2-68 -
7-66 760 174 -
12-54 620 -- -


9-67

1-67 627 64 -
5-68
5.68 -- -- --

2-68 275 -- -
-- 25 3 26
S 50 .. .
150 .. .

S 30 .. ..
9-62 50 -- -
2-44 750 -- -
-- 180 -
60 -


11-46 --
7-66 0.10
7-66 --
2-66 0.01

5-57 0.06
2-68 0.0

11-54 0.10
9-67 5.5

9-67 --
5-67 -
2-66

2-67 0.00

3-67 --
10-55 0.20
7-65 0.12
10-60 0.59




2-44 0.10


7.6

4.4


140 58
61 25
57 18


4.0 76 21 607
4.6 106 20 730

20 58 36
1570 19,500 6590 37,700

1400 13,000 6220 35,500
-- 50 -- 510
-- -- 535

0.0 75 28 692


4,2
5.0
0.0
4.8




3.2


50 22
65 21
118 14
66 20




48 25
.. **


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.
w


- E,F,G
78 *--
81 L
-- L
77 -

70 --


- L
- E,F,G

-- E,F,G
73 --
78 L
-- E,0,L
72 --

75 -
69 -

80 --
--

- E,F



- E,F,G











Table 4, RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued


OKALOOSA COUNTY -* Continued

FLORIDAN AQUIFER -* Continued


302637N0863553.1 58 P *-
302600N0863611.1 59 C 1958
302600N0863611,2 60 C 1960
302600N0863611.3 61 C --
302619N0863555,1 64 N **

302631N0863644.1 65 C
302606N0863705.1 68 C 1959
302609N0863754.1 69 C 1961
302652N0863718.1 70 C 1957
302711N0862514.1 71 F 1951

302724N0863254.1 73 F 1965
302733N0863217.1 74 F 1952
302748N0863251.1 75 F 1951
302743N0863301.1 76 F 1951
302759N0863209.1 77 F 1957

302726N0863648.1 80 M 1965
302739N0863648.1 81 M 1962
302705N0863705.1 82 C 1966
302747N0863820.1 84 F 1966
302857N0862852,1 86 F --

302852N0862950.1 87 F 1957
302852N0863013,1 88 F 1942
302857N0863107.1 89 F 1958
302808N0863238.1 91 F 1947
302859N0863258.1 92 F 1958


320 --
620 453
620 455
620 455
570 398

690 --
601 468
640 473
653 500
425 --


3 X H N U 1F 11* 10
4 X H T P IF 13* -
4 X H T P 1F 13* -*
4 X H T P IF 13* -
X H U IF 12* -

8 X H T P IF 15* --
8 X H T P 1F 15 -
4 X H T P IF 21 +2
6 X H T P 1F 40 10
4 P IF 12* +15


606 444 16 X Z T P 1F 15* 64
896 382 12 x T P 1F 8* +22
603 425 10 X T P 1F 52* 52
620 400 12 X T P IF 57 53
695 450 18 X T P 1F 60* 51

631 455 16 X H T P 1F 37* 32
750 500 24 X Z T P IF 36 52
635 470 6 X H S I 1F 35 --
858 503 10 X Z N U IF 58 55
540 -- 6 X N U IF 8 +29

642 360 16 X T P IF 18 40
557 357 12 X C T P 1F 53* 48
702 404 8 X T P IF 69 45
627 424 10 X T P IF 72* 45
736 482 10 X T P 1F 70* 48


9-67 --
200 2 -
-- 150 -




-- 350 -- *
4-61 123 -- -
10-57 100 -- -
5-57 82 -- -

8-67 495 13 24
8-52 900 28 --
2-68 300 -- -
2-68 500 --
2-68 800 -

4-66 830 75 --
7-66 89 23 --

8-66 466 8 24
9-47 .. .

2-68 1000 --
2-68 950 38 1
1-58 167 -- -
2-68 300 -- --
2-59 225 11 10


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


9.3

5.6
6.0
8.4
7.4
6.8

4.0
4.4




7.0
10
9.6
9.8
8.4


-- P,0
SL
- L
.. =.
*- E,F,G



. L
- L
68 --


72 L
70 --
72 L
12 --

79 E,G,L
." L

- E,G,L
78 E,0,L


72 -
71 -
- L
71 -
72 -


7-51 0.04

5-67 0.00
2-59 0.50
11-52 0.01
2-59 0.00
5-57 0.40

7-66 0.20
5-66 0.00

7-66 0.00


5-57 0.02
10-49 0.01
10-60 0.28
10-49 0.01
2-59 0.02






Table 4, RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued





WELL 9w.
NUMBER ^ s I o. DATA





OKALOOSA COUNTY -- Continued

FLORIDAN AQUIFER -- Continued


302804N0863510.1 93 C --
302804N0863510.2 94 C
302811N0863539.1 96 F 1951
302952N0862542.1 97 S 1964
302921N0862949.1 98 F 1941

302902N0863032.1 99 F 1942
302903N0863019.1 100 F 1960
302910N0863015.1 101 F 1942
302924N0863108.1 106 F 1954
302926N0863119.1 107 F 1951

302939N0863158.1 108 F 1960
303039N0862839.1 109 M 1965
303039N0862924.1 110 M --
303039N0862924.2 111 M 1948
303055N0862955.1 112 M --

303033N0863002.1 114 M --
303013N0863516.1 115 F 1942
303021N0863516.1 116 F 1942
303113N0862915.1 119 M 1950
303126N0862929.1 120 F 1939

303136N0863946.1 122 F --
303211N0862929.1 123 F 1951
303241N0864617.1 125 F --
303431N0862645.1 130 F 1943
303441N0862639.1 131 F 1942


700 --
700 --
582 430
410 --
575 314

652 364
590 --
607 362
520 --
582 413

650 436
544 322
485 --
544 314
542 --


6 X H T P IF 42* -
6 X H T P 1F 42* --
6 X T P 1F 25 38
4 X S P IF 22* --
10 X T P IF 40* 72

12 X H T P IF 62* 64
6 X T P IF 58* 79
12 X H T P IF 52 58
4 J P 1F 63* --
8 X C T P IF 70* 76

6 X T P IF 72* 69
16 X H T P IF 15* --
8 X N U IF 22 25
8 X C T P IF 22 +5
-- X Z T P IF 52 --


X T P 1F 71* 30
640 524 8 X C T P 1F 87 28
591 442 10 X H T P IF 89 25
465 340 10 X H T P IF 16 47
524 370 6 X P IF 59 +2

- -* 4 X P 1 130* --
635 373 10 X H T N IF 92 71
708 -- 6 X T P 1F 185* -
585 436 10 X C T P 1F 154 --
652 409 10 X H T P 1F 156 93


7-68 200 4 --
-- 50 --
2-68 250 **

2-68 1000 46 --
7-66 450 -
2-68 1000 53 -
-- 5 -- --
5-67 300 16 24

5-67 60 -- -

2-68 --
7-48 350 15 -
800 -- -

2-68 415 25 -
10-47 250 18
1-48 250 25 --
2-68 726 -- -
4-39 127 24 -

10 -
2-68 421 160 -
50 -
1-43 250 24 -
10-47 250 28 1


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


10
8.8
11
8.2
11

9,2
7.2
..


11-52 0.04
8-65 0.34
10-49 0.02

10-49 0.01
10-60 0.37
10-49 0.02
5-57 0.44
8-53 0.13

11-60 0.27
2-66 0.30




10-49 0.03
10-49 0.08
4-50 0.03
10-49 0.01

8-65 0.05
8-53 0.02
9-62 0.03
10-49 0.02
10-49 0.02


289 C 70 L
239 C -
280 C 73 -

269 C 72 -
273 C 72 -
272 C 69 -
261 C 72 --
269 C 72 --

262 C 72 --
259 C 75 L

L
-- -. T,
"" "" L


276 C 72 --
282 C 69 --
288 -- L
284 C 72 L

510 C -
285 C 70 L
590 C 72 -
230 C 72 --
230 C 72 --


0







zl











Table 4, KECOKD OF WLLS IN OKAILOOA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS ConcLnued


OKALOOSA COUNTY -- Continued

FLORIDAN AQUIFER -- Continued


303512N0863751.1 134 F 1942
303517NO863801,1 135 F 1942
303733N0864410,1 138 F 1942
303745N0864421.1 140 F 1942
303820N0862418.1 141 F --

303849N0863141.1 143 F --
303854N0863149.1 144 F 1943
304040N0863415.1 149 P --
304050N0863453.1 151 F --
30413210864052.1 152 P 1954

304245N0864505.1 154 M 1967
304412N0863710.1 159 P --
304518N0863340.1 161 M 1966
304537N0863406.1 162 M 1949
304541N0863407.1 163 M 1955

304510N0863824.1 164 P 1965
304801N0864031.1 167 M -
305543N0862519.1 175 P 1967
305530N0863227.1 179 P 1966
305537N0864120.1 182 P 1968

305615N0862848.1 183 S 1959
305637N0863114.1 185 P 1966
305754N0862739.1 187 M 1961
305743N0863848.1 188 C --
30571210864034.1 189 S 1957
305730N0864156.1 190 P 1962


710 524
680 528
730 527
690 527
530 --

609 456
795 510
430 320
424 --
447 350

645 540
493 -
642 423
604 438
920 440

396 320

724 524
500 400
500 280


10 X H N U 1F 178 100
10 X C T P 1f 212 100
10 X T P IF 160 49
10 X H T P 1F 135 48
4 X H 1F 230* --

10 X H T P IF 197 99
10 X C T P 1F 221 140
6 X H 1F 120* --
4 X H 1F 105* --
3 X H N H 1F 52 +19

6 X H T P F1 195* 123
4 X H J H 17 103* -
16 X Z T P 1F 215* 131
10 X C T P 1F 227 126
10 H T P 1F 264 127

2 X H J H 1F 90* --
6 X H T P 1F 221* --
4 X H S H 1F 280* 100
4 X H S I 1F 179* 20
4 X H 8 H IF 170 46


425 415 4 X H 8 H 1F 290* 113
650 400 4 X S H 1F 232* --
607 428 6 X H T P 17 279 88
625 -- -- X H S P 17 215* --
565 360 4 X H S H IF 270* 136
520 410 3 X B J H 1F 185* -


10-47 250 2 -
1-48 250 80 **
10-47 250 5 -
1-48 250 4 **


10-47 250 20
9-48 250 80 --

S 10 -- -
7-66

-67 204 14 --

12-66 650 12 12
7-49 432 18 --
-55


5-67
5-67
7-68

4-67

11-61

4-67


125 --


20 -



167 62 4

50 -
.. .6 --


10-49 0.02
10-49 0.02
10-49 0.17
10-49 0.01
5-67 0.23

10-49 0.02
10-49 0.02
5-67 0.12
2-59 0.30
1-68 --

1-68 0.00
7-67 --
12-66 0.00
1-68 0.00
1-68 0.00


8-67
5-68
5-67
1-68
7-68

1-68
4-67
11-61'
7-68
1-68
8-67


0.20
0.00

0.00


0.01

0.27

0.01
0.52


4.0

8.0
8.0

10

9.5
5.6
8.0
--


3 123
4 123
36 74
35 70
4 83

3 138
4 148
4 106
4 102
11 59

10 74
3 128
4 104
3 112
3 110

42 88
25 54

3 102
6 129

3 110
-- ..
7 104
2 121
3 146
-- 100


405
397
260
202
292

218
250

255
268
200


72 E,a
72 --
72--
72 --

72--
71 --


74 --


74--
73 E,L
75 -
77 L

71 --
63 -

63 -


59 --
72 --
- L

59 -
69 -


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.








Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued


SANTA ROSA COUNTY

FLORIDAN AQUIFER

302329N0864809.1 1 F 1961 1088 708 6 S Z T P IF 5* -- 402 314 -
30233010864820.1 2 F 1957 756 689 16 X H N U 1F 8 +15 5-66 450 -
302305N0865021.1 3 F 1964 930 720 4 X H L P IF 5* +11 5-64 50 10 5
SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER


1-61 0.06 15
8-60 0.13 1.4
6-67 0.43 0.0


256 34 1280 C 70 --
288 42 1360 C 85 E,L
142 18 840 C -


302308N0865051.1 4 F 1960 28 --
302308N0865051.2 5 F 1958 42 --
302654N0865359.1 6 F -- 40 -
302654N0865359.2 7 F 1963 123 .118
303116N0865410.1 8 F 1962 172 112

303116N0865410.2 9 F -- 165 --
303209N0864837.1 10 F 1942 197 140
303216N0864830.1 11 F 1942 209 169
303504N0865148.1 12 F -- 100 --




301827N0860534.2 2 P 1965 -- -
301945N0860928.1 3 S -- 460 406
301946N0860957.1 4 M 1939 615 188
302058N0861432,1 5 P 1965 -- -
302117N0860528.1 6 S 1963 400 189


4 S P IS 10* -- 10 -
2 S P IS 10* -- 3 -
2 8 P IS 12* .. ..
4 S H S H s1 12* -- 25 -
6 S H S H IS 137* 90 9-62 25 1--

2 U IS 137* -
8 S H T P 18 135 84 10-47 250 9 -
6 S T P 1S 132 109 -- 250 60 -
4 S S P 1 28* -- -- 50 -

WALTON COUNTY

FICRIDAN AQUIFER

2 X H H IF 11* -
3 X H C P 1F 5* -
6 X N P 1F 7 +13 4-61 360 -
4 X H S P IF 12* 7 6-68 -
4 X H c H 1F 28* 18 5-63


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map,


7-65 1.5
7-65 0.65
7-59 0.02
8-65 0.38
8-65 0.05

2-59 0.37
10-49 0.04
10-49 0.01
8-65 0.45


9 8 52
6 14 52
4 2 20
4 4 18
2 2 13

3 2 15
5 6 25
4 5 20
2 2 23


20 192
182 210
250 --
16 132
35 128


4-65
7-68
7-61
6-68
5-63


0.0
19

0.0
8.4


69 -
72 L






-- E,G
77 -
74 -
72 -
















Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOW A COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -* Conctnued


302102N0861424.1 7 P 1963 368 270
302111N0861434.1 8 P 1961 330 90
302214N0860652.1 9 P -. 450 --
302229N0861544.1 10 P -- 821 252
302231N0862143.1 11 P 1965 420 350

302357N0861007.1 12 S -
303049N0862032.1 13 F -- 380 -
303103N0862010.1 17 F -- 475 -
303103N0862010.2 18 F -- 382 305
303443N0861939.1 19 F -- 452 -


WALTON COUNTY -- Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER -- Continued
4 X H H IF 18* 14 7-63 20 -- 7-63
4 X H J H 17 10* +1 6-58 -- -- 5-63
8 X C H 1F 11 +16 3-36 -- -- 6-68
3 X H F1 14 0 4-61 -- 7-68
4 X H S 1i IF 12* 9 6-65 -- -- 7-68
3 X 1 1F 5 +14 9-61 50 -- 5-63
4 X H 1F 99* -- 15 -- 8-65
6 X T P IF 92* -- -- 30 -- 8-60
6 X H S P 1F 92* 56 -- 100 4 -- 8-65
6 X T P 1F 178* 137 -- 150 4-- 8-60


304044N0862116.1 28 F 1942 630 323 10 X H T P F1 231 *. 250 10 -- 10-49
304055N0862114.1 29 F 1942 625 327 10 X C T P IF 238* 245 80 -- 10-49
304358N0861208.1 32 N 1960 509 323 10 X H T H 1F 274 144 4-61 7-68
304643N0861830.1 37 P 1965 420 200 4 X H S H IF 232* -- -- -- 7-68
304953N0862053.1 39 N 1964 227 -- 4 X H 8 H 17 192* .- 8-67


0.01





0.37
0.17
0.06
0.05
0.01
0,02

0.05


8.4
7.5
8.8
7.7
11
11
8.0
8.0
8,0


34 140
215 135
362 178
10 116

2 95
1 107
5 104
6 105
3 125
3 129
7 78
4 126
*. **


305110N0861648.1 41 P -- 415 285 4 X H J H 17 255* 100 -- -- -- 7-68 -
305336N0862154.1 42 P 1960 320 -- 4 X H S H 1F 232* 65 -60 -- 7-68 -
305804N0861809.1 46 8 -- 350 230 4 X H 8 P F1 325* 111 6-68 50 7-68 -

Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


4 103 210 C -
3 114 220 C 76 -
3 110 210 C -


72 -
74 -
77 --
76 -




71 --
72 -
72 --
70 --


0





I-I






Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued







B : 1 0I





OKALOOSA COUNTY -- Continued

SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER


302303N0862650.1 2 F
302317N0863130.1 5 F
302317N0863130,2 6 F
302319N0863222.1 7 F
302328N0863332.1 9 F

302328N0863332.2 10 F
302334N0863441.1 11 F
302343N0863548.1 13 F
302439N0864005.1 29 P
302443N0864002.1 30 P

302446N0864004,1 31 P
302431N0864359.1 33 P
302536N0863606.1 38 P
302536N0863618.2 40 P
302559N0863702.1 42 P

302518N0864738.1 50 F
302629N0863422.1 53 P
302608N0863613,1 62 P
302608N0863615.1 63 P
302633N0863641.1 66 P

302635N0863645.1 67 P
302727N0863147.1 72 F
302709N0863442,1 78 P
302709N0863442.2 79 P
302711N0863837.1 83 P


4 S J P 1S
4 S C P 18
2 S C P 1
2 S C H 18
4 S SP IS

2 -- CP 18
2 C P 18
2 S JH IS
1 T B C 158
B C I I

- T B C I 1S
1 T B C H 18
-- B C I 18
1 T B J A 1S
1 T B C I 18

3 S P IS
1 T B C H 18
1 T B C I 1S
1 T B C I 1S
S1T B C I 18

1 T B C I 18
4 S P 1S
1 T B C I 18
1 T B C H 18
2 T B C I 18


10* --
5* --
5* -
10* --
10* --

10* -
10* -
10* -
20* .
15* --

20* --
11* -
5* --
5* -
12* -

30* -
15* *
12* -
12* -
15* -

15* -
12* -
5* -
5* --
45* --


10 -
40 -
10 -
5 -- -
27 -- -

18 -- -
8 -- --
5 -- --


20 -





50 -


11-60 4.3 2.0
6-56 0.47 17
8-65 0.96 7.0
7-65 0.20 5.6
2-59 0.08. 8.9

8-65 0.02 6,4
8-65 0.10 16
7-65 0.02 6.4
7-67 1.4
7-67 1.8

7-67 0.27
7-67 1.9 --
7-67 1.0 -
7-67 5.8 35
7-67 0.75

10-66 3.7 4.8
7-67 0.51
7-67 0.80
7-67 0.30
7-67 0.20

7-67 0.10 -
5-57 0.06 2,5
7-67 0.55
7-67 0.15 30
7-67 0.04


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


12 8
35 70
21 78
14 60
35 54

15 48
18 45
8 50



15 --

280 115
25 --

4 6
7 -


25 -


7 4
15 --
30 --


I














.g




78 --





74 -
73 -
71 -

75 -
73 -


74 -

70 -

71 -
71 -
70 -


72 -
70 -














Table 4, RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -. Continued





WILL LOo

NUMBER g e I g DATA



OKALOOSA COUNTYY -- Continued

SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER -- Continued


302747N0863820.2 85 F
302858N0863116.1 90 F
302810N0863541.1 95 F
302933N0863032.1 102 F
302942N0863022.1 103 F

302914N0863113.1 104 F
302915N0863124.1 105 F
303003N0863027.1 113 F
303044N0863510.1 117 F
303019N0863850.1 118 F

303104N0863822.1 121 F
303218N0863748.1 124 F
303321N0863344.1 126 F
303330N0863340.1 127 F
303311N0864539.1 128 F

303314N0864537.1 129 F
303421N0863050.1 132 F
303427N0863053.1 133 F
303528N0863909.1 136 F
303528N0863909.2 137 F

303735N0864411.1 139 F
303820N0862418.2 142 F
303843N0863311.1 145 F
303843N0863311.2 146 F
303827N0864418.1 147 F


38 23
72 --
28 -
86 -
70 -

68 -
86 76
60 -



110 100
115 --
26 21
91 86
170 --

140 --
20 15
35 30
151 -*
130 -


2 T B N U IS 58 5
4 5 P 18 68* ..
4 8 I 15 13**
4 8 J P 18 60* ..
4 8 J P 1 60* *-

2 8 U S1 68*
6 C J P S1 69 40
4 a J P s1 25* --
4 19 98* -
.8 S P 15 100* --

4 8 C J P iS 125* 42
4 S U 18 160* -
4 S H N U 18 60* 8
4 S H N U 18 50* 50
4 S P 18 185* -

2 H 18 195* -
4 8 H N U 18 70* 3
4 S H N U 5I 100* 16
6 5 H J P 18 220* 93
2 S U 18 220* --


1942 208 168 6 8 C U 18 136 -
S 60 2 S U 18 240* -
1963 147 142 4 S S H 18 220* 97
1958 130 -- 2 8 U 18 220* --
J F 18 110* --


11-66 80 --
S 10 *-
S 100 -
S 30 --
S 10 **


4-54 20 --
-- 5 --
S 10 --


4-53 10 -
30 -
9-66 -- *
2-67 --
S 10 -

15 -
1-67 -
9-66 -
2-66 150 -



-- 180 -
7-63 --
-- 5 --


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


71



72 -


70 L
-- **


7-66 0.12
10-60 0.45
11-60 0,33
10-60 0.12
5-57 0,06

10-60 2,1
11-54 0.38
10-60 0.31
8-64 1.2


8-65 0.11
10-60 0.28


10-60 0.43

2-59 0,01


10-60 0.15
2-59 1.9


2-59 0.00
8-65 0.15
3-59 0.43
-- --


0.4
8.4
0.1
3.0

0.8
10
0.8
0.4


0.4
0.4


0.0

0.0


0.4
0,0



0.0


0.0
0.4
0.0


4
15
1
4

5
4
3
3


1
3


3

3


1



2
1
3
--


S 29
3 27
81 340
12 36
8 40

7 41
115 258
4 29
4 24


4 21
2 32


1 21

2 29


2 18
2 20


5 28
0.4 13
2 16





Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -- Continued


OKALOOSA COUNTY -- Continued

SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER -- Continued


303843N0864417.1 148 F 1955
304040N0863415.2 150 F --
304237N0864534.1 153 P 1965
304340N0863933.1 155 F 1966
304342N0863927.1 156 F 1966

304419N0863351.1 157 P 1965
304421N0863354.1 158 P --
304509N0862606.1 160 P 1965
304510N0863836.1 165 P 1956
304537N0864225.1 166 P 1966

304958N0862554.1 168 P 1957
304914N0864226.1 169 P 1960
305037N0864035.1 170 P 1950
305108N0863136.1 171 P 1951
305204N0863651.1 172 P 1955

305247N0864645.1 173 P 1965
305257N0864647.1 174 P -
305537N0862619.1 176 P 1942
305541N0862620.1 177 P 1964
305531N0863044,1 178 P 1954

305521N0863810.1 180 P -
305530N0863814.1 181 P 1959
305633N0863122.1 184 P 1947
305601N0863812.1 186 P 1966
305757N0864153.1 191 P 1952


135 125
56 --
106 102
14 9
68 63

99 96
60 56
58 54
24 20
86 82

30 --
115 104
97 93
52 48
85 82

76 73
68 65
37 32
27 22
20 --


100 96
58 54
85 81
80 60


4 S N U IS 98* 53
4 S U 15 120* --
2 S B P H 18 186* --
4 S H N U IS 80* 5
4 S H N U 18 110* 19

2 S J P 18 215* --
2 S J H 1S 210* .
2 8 J J H 18 232* -
2 S B J H IS 125* 11
2 B B J H S1 219* --

2 S B J H IS 145* --
2 S B J H 1S 210* --
2 S C P H S1 245* 90
2 S C J H IS 275 36
2 S H P H S1 133* 17

2 S B J H 1S 250* -
2 S B J H 18 260* --
2 S J J H 18 185* -
2 S J J H 18 183* --
- D J H IS 232* 16

SS D H IS 221* 16
2 S H J H IS 210* --
2 S H J H 15 214* --
2 S H J H 18 170* --
3 8 B C H IS 182* --


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map,


12-55 14 -
10 -

1-67 -
1-67 -- -
1-67 .


8-67 -

8-67 -. -
** -- ***
-. -. ..
-. -- --


10-60 0.30
10-60 0.27
8-67 0.30



8-67 0.10
8-67 0.40
8-67 0.51
8-67 1.5
8-67 0.14

8-67 0.25
8-67 1.0
8-67 0.38
8-67 0.52
8-67 0.53

8-67 0.56
8-67 0.40
8-67 0.30
8-67 0.50
8-67 0.09

8-67 0.24
8-67 6.0
8-67 0.20
8-67 0.15
8-67 5.7


2 2 22
2 2 14
-- -. 25



-- -- 18
.... 18
-- -- 20
. -- 39
-- -- 42
-- .- 43

-- -- 28
-- 11 46
-. -- 22
-.. 34
-- -. 25

-- 6 26
-- -- 44
.- -- 53
-- .- 45
-.. 28

- 10 65
- 70 112
-- 34 90
.. -- 45
-- 5 118


72 --
70 -
L
- L

72 -
70 -
73 -
71 -


70 -
71 -
69 -
68 -
69 -

71 -
71 --
70 -
70 -
69 --

68 -
74 -*
71 -
69 -
71 --














Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -. Continued


303949N0862037.2 14 F --
303020N0862145,1 15 F -
303144N0861922.1 16 F *-
303456N0861916.1 20 F
303943N0861702.1 21 F 1962

303943N0861702.2 22 F -
303946N0862057,1 23 F 1953
303952N0862027.1 24 F 1953
304005N0862030.1 25 F -
304007N0862038.1 26 F 1953

304023N0862038.1 27 F 1953
304101N0861902.1 30 F -
304126N0861952.1 31 F --
304440N0861851.1 33 P 1963
304443N0861829.1 34 S --

304435N0861912.1 35 P 1955
304410N0862123.1 36 P 1959
304734N0861117.1 38 P 1966
305105N0861439.1 40 P 1967
305408N0862150.1 43 P 1966

305652N0861420.1 44 P 1927
305731N0862122.1 45 P 1950



3018271i860534.1 1 P 1965


87 --
65 -
47
60 *-
165 155

90 --
108 99
104 --
106 --
110 100

95 85
58 --
65 --



11 --
72 68
70 66
87 --
63 59


WALTON COUNTY -- Continued

SANANDND-GRAVEL AQUIFER

2 S U 18 99* -- 5 --
4 S S P 15 72* 33 -- 15 -.
-- S P 18 97* -- 10 -- *
4 S H N U 18 182* -- 5 -
4 8 1 9 H 18 242* 100 -- 30 12 -

2 S N U S1 242* -- 5 .
4 C J P is 220* 89 4-53 10 -- -
4 S C J P 15 230* 85 -- 15 -*
4 8 J P IS 225* -- 10 --
4 S C J P iS 222* 71 4-53 10

3 S J P 15 235* 76 4-53 10 -- --
2 J P 18 240* -- 10 -
4 J P 18 200* -- 10 --
3 X H S H 1i 265* -- ..
J H 18 270* -- -. .

- W D H S1 220* 2 8-67 -
2 S J H 18 242* -- -.. ..
2 S J J H 1S 230* --.. .. ..
2 C J H 18 252* .... ....
2 S B J H 18 240* .. .


40 -- -- D B H 18 295* 30 8-67
92 90 2 T H 18 270* -..- -.

SHALLOW ARTESIAN AQUIFER

275 143 2 X H N U 4M 11* 12 3-65 10 -


8-60 0.32 2
8-65 0.07 0
8-65 0,26 0
7-61 2.1 0
8-65 0.06 0

2-59 0.07 0
11-60 0.22 0
10-60 0.36 0
8-65 0.20 0


11-60 0.17 0
8-65 0.10 0
8-65 0.30 6
1-68 0.01 5
7-68 -- 0,

8-67 0.25
8-67 0.34
8-67 0.12
8-67 0.35
8-67 0.90

8-67 0.21
8-67 0.54 --



3-65 -- 936


5 10 62
2 4 28
2 5 22
2 2 18


1 2 14
4 40 118
2 108 225
2 12 45
2 0 19

-. -- 37
-- -- 21
-- .. 23
-- -- 29
-- -. 50


35b P 68 -
- 36 P 69 -


7630 2630 22,000 C


* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.


72 --


63


70 -*
71 -
72 -
71
71 -


73 --








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


Figure 3. Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried
wells which tap the Floridan aquifer. Those wells used for water-level observations are
indicated.


saw a1W


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Figure 4. Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried wells
which tap the sand-and-gravel aquifer. Those wells used for water-level observations are
indicated.


wwr









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Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas.


Okaloosa County

302338N0863526.1. Report well reference number 12. State of Florida. Fort Walton Beach. SEJNE-SW1 sec.
19, T. 2 S., R. 23 W. Drilled unused artesian vell in Floridan aquifer, di'm 5 in, depth 696 ft, cased to 474.
Lsd 12.0 ft above msl. HP top of casing 1.0 ft above lad. Records available: 1966-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below lsd, from the recorder graph 1966.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5


h68.55


1967

5 h73.53 85.25 h88.73 80.3

10 76.47 d4.89 91.42 88.8 h88.78 74.4

15 79.55 93.73 h92.17 e86.3 77.6

20 h48.48 82.16 h90.80 80.9 e71.1

25 83.94 h89.76 80.3

eom 85.05 h92.00 h90.45 78.3

1968

5 44.8 54.7

10 57.6 57.8 64.3

15 52.1 58.0

20 59.2 49.3

25 47.0

eom 44.5 54.6

e Estimated

h Tape measurement




302419N0863626.1. Report well reference number 25. Okaloosa County. Fort Walton Beach. SEkSE$1Wt sec.
13, T. 2 S., R. 24 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 6 in, reported depth 800
ft, cased to 500. Lsd 16.44 ft above msl. HP center of corporation cock, 0.93 ft above lsd. Fluctuation
caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available 1936, 1946-1968.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.


Jan.
Mar.
May
July
Sept
Nov.
Jan.


Date
9, 1964
5
7
7
. 9
5
6, 1965


water
level
47.22
39.57
52.99
79.82
73.95
73.27
37.37


Mar.
May
July
Sept
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.


Date
4, 1965
5
8
9
5
11, 1966
9


Water
level
39.57
78.77
88.47
73.72
71.39
55.67
57.92


Date
Apr. 29, 1966
July 7
Sept. 14
Nov. 1
Jan. 4, 1967
Mar. 7
May 3


Water
level
60.51
82.15
81.49
57.61
47.97
44.87
80.37


Date
July 11, 1967
Sept. 8
Nov. 8
Jan. 11, 1968
Feb. 28
May 9
July 3


Water
level
90.52
83.07
71.87
54.52
55.47
85.12
96.07










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Table 5. Records of the water level In wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

302747086b3820.1. Report well reference number 84. U. S. (rologlcal Survey. NA.NEWNUk sec. 34, T. I S.,
R. 24 W. Drilled test well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, depth 858 ft, cased to 503. lad 57.67 ft above mal.
IP top of casing. 3.00 ft above Isd. Records available: 1966-68.

Highest water level for the day. feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1966.



DBa Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 58.68 49.45

10 58.32 51.90 48.78

15 h54.55 58.73 51.03 48.40

20 54.44 51.96 eS1.1 47.77

25 55.47 51.40 47.50

eom 57.94 e51.2 49.88 46.62


1967

5 46.46 e45.1 h58.02 59.21 59.67 60.57 57.28 60.76 56.42 55.10

10 46.20 45.82 56.74 59.21 61.86 61.54 56.10 60.60 56.47

15 45.72 59.44 60.93 61.90 60.34 57.10 60.03 56.52

20 46.00 61.30 62.05 62.62 59.32 58.49 59.47 56.14

25 45.78 e50.0 59.92 61.66 60.51 58.30 59.83 59.14 55.52

eam 50.57 57.31 60.90 60.08 61.21 57.43 60.26 57.80 56.10

1968

5 50.87 50.46 55.82

10 50.76 50.98 50.17 56.72 h64.09

15 e50.5 51.56 50.58 57.10

20 50.89 50.54 52.02

25 50.63 50.55 52.20

eam 51.20 50.58 54.23
e Estimated

h Tape measurement



30285720862852.1. Report well reference number 86. U. S. Air Force. Kindergarten Building at Postil
Point. NW15 ESEt sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 22 W. Drilled unused artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 6 in,
depth 540 ft. Lsd 7.54 ft above msl. liP top of 6 x 4 reducer 2.30 ft above lad. Records available: 1947-68.

Water level in feet above (+) and below (-) land surface datum.


Date

Sepc. 3. 1947
Oct. 28
Feb. 11, 1948
Apr. 14
June 22
Sepc. 16
Oct. 20
Dec. 1
Jan. 19. 1949
Mar. 3
Apr. 20
June 2
Illy 12
Sept- 14
Oct. 29
Decc 14
Mar. 22, 1950
May 4
J.nr. 20
Aui. If.
O.- 4


Water
level
+30-2
29.1
29.2
30.1
20.7
24.6
26.4
28.4
29.6
28.0
27.5
24.5
26.0
24.5
25.2
26.6
28.2
26.6
23.4
22.-
+24.2


Date
16, 1950
3, 1951
20
3
31
11
6
17
6
30. 1952
19
20
4
16
22
II
20
14. 1953
26
11
In


Water
level
+24.9
28.7
26.2
27.2
22.9
22.4
19.4
21.5
24.2
25.4
26.7
25.8
20.9
14.8
16.9
21.5
22.7
25.6
25.3
22.7
+17.8


July
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
May
July
July
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
May
Jlune
Aug.
Sept.
Nov.


Date
29, 1953
10
21
3
12, 1954
24
8
21
8
29
7
18
1
13, 1955
21
5
18
28
16
28
7


Water
level
+15.9
19.8
20.3
24.5
24.9
23.8
21.1
14.4
9.7
12.6
7.8
11.7
16.2
18.6
20.1
16.2
4.90
1.50
5.55
2.25
+ 6.9


Date
Dec. 21, 1955
Feb. 1, 1956
Mar. 13
Apr. 25
June 12
July 12
Sept. 4
Oct. 9
Nov. 27
Jan. 17, 1957
Feb. 26
Apr. 12
May 27
July 1
Aug. 14
Oct. 10
Nov. 21
Jan. 7, 1958
Feb. 13
Mar. 27
May 14


Water
level
+13.1
S15.2
13.8
8.7
3.6
8.10
4.76
7.7
8.1
10.5
9.8
10.3
4.15
6.93
1.,45
5.15
4.80
9.2
10.1
10.6
+ 5.6











INFORMATION CIRCULARNO. 67


Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued


Date
June 26, 1958
Aug. 7
Sept. 25
Nov. 5
Dec. 19
Feb. 6, 1959
Mar. 18
May 7
June 19
Aug. 21
Sept. 25
Nov. 4
Dec. 17


Water
level
+ 2.70
5.00
6.20
7.22
9.6
12.9
12.6
3.60
6.80
3.20
2.60
7.60
+ 9.2


Jan.
Mar.
May
July
Aug.
Sept.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Apr.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.


Date
28, 1960
24
10
1
1
22
10
16
13, 1961
18
18
29
10, 1962


Water
level
+11.0
10.4
4.7
4.3
1.6
2.6
5.90
7.80
8.30
7.6
0.10
3.0
+ 0.50


Feb.
Apr.
June
Aug.
Sept.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
June
Aug.
Oct.
Jan.


Date
28, 1962
19
5
1
19
7
9, 1963
6
25
19
27
23
8, 1964


Water
level
-4.60
+2.40
-9.22
-7.37
-4.75
-1.20
+4.00
44.70
-6.00
-7.04
-5.59
-8.56
+1.4


Date
Mar. 5, 1964
May 6
July 6
Jan. 6, 1965
May 5
Jan. 13, 1966
Apr. 28
July 12
July 14
Jan. 5, 1967
May 3
Jan. 11, 1968
May 9


Water
level
+ 3.4
- 1.80
- 9.40
+ 1.05
- 5.40
- 0.62
- 7.96
-14.58
-15.01
- 5.00
-16.23
- 5.95
-16.90


303321N0863344.1. Report well reference number 126. U. S. Geol. Survey. Rogue Creek number 2. NEiNE:SEk
sec. 29, T. 1 N., R. 23 W. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 26 ft, cased to 21, screen 21-26.
lad approximately 50 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 3.00 ft above lad. Records available: 1966-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph, 1966.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 7.49 e7.6 e7.6

10 7.52 e7.6 e7.4

15 7.55 e7.5 e7.5

20 h7.60 e7.5 e7.5 e7.5

25 7.62 e7.5 e7.5 e7.6

eom 7.34 h7.55 e7.5 e7.3


e7.4

e7.4

7.37

7.42

7.45

e7.47


e7.49

e7.08

e7.19

e7.29

7.33

7.34


7.34

7.35

e7.36

e7.37

7.37

7.38


7.40

7.41

7.09

7.37

h7.45

7.45


7.45

7.49

7.51

7.55

7.53

7.57


1967

7.15

7.46

7.54

7.53

e7.6

e7.5

1968


e7.6

e7.6

7.67

7.70

7.65

e7.7


e7.3

e7.2

e7.3

e7.3

e7.4

e7.5


7.61

7.48

7.58

e7.6

e7.6

e6.2


e6.8

7.03

7.11

7.15

7.15

7.17


-7.06

e Estimated

h Tape measurement











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Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

303330H0863340.1. Report well reference number 127. U. S. Geol. Survey. Rogue Creek number 1. NE4SEiNEt
sec. 29, T. I N., R. 23 W. Drilled water-table well in sand diam 4-in, depth 91 ft, cased to 86, screen 86-91.
Lad approximately 100 ft above asl. NP top of 4-in casing 3.00 ft above lad. Records available: 1967-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph, 1967.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 50.00 49.75 50.10 50.54 50.99 51.21 51.36 50.22 49.77

10 49.90 49.80 50.18 50.60 51.02 51.26 51.40 50.08

15 49.79 49.86 50.22 50.69 51.03 51.30 51.25 50.01

20 49.76 49.90 50.30 50.76 51.09 51.31 50.97 e50.0

25 49.72 49.95 50.38 50.83 51.12 e51.3 50.65 e50.0

eom h50.26 49.71 50.02 50.49 50.90 51.17 e51.4 50.38 49.9

1968

5 47.30 48.12 48.82 49.51

10 47.45 48.22 48.93

15 -46.70 47.60 48.35 49.05

20 46.86 47.76 48.46 49.18

25 46.96 47.90 48.58 49.29

eoc 47.14 48.01 48.71 49.40

e Estimated

h Tape measurement



303441N0862639.1. Report well reference number 131. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 2. SE1SEJSEt
sec. 16. T. I N., R. 22 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth
652 ft, cased to 409. Lsd 155.61 ft above msl. M? top of t-in tee, 0.70 ft above Isd. Fluctuation caused
primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-66.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.


Date Water Water Water Water
level level level level
Sept. 8, 1964 123.55 Jan. 4, 1965 116.7 May 3, 1965 116.4 July 11, 1966 122.27
Nov. 3 118.2 Mar. 3 115.3 Apr. 28, 1966 118.8 DISCONTINUED



303421M0863050.1. Report well reference number 132. U. S. Geol. Survey. Ten Mile Creek number 2.
SWtSlSE-E sec. 23, T. 1 N., R. 23 V. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 20 ft, cased to 15,
screen 15-20. Lsd approximately 70 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 1.50 ft above lsd. Records avail-
able: 1967-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1967.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


h2.70

2.53

2.63

2.71

2.80


2.85

2.24

2.37

2.43

2.54

2.57


2.65

2.73

2.80

2.90

2.99

3.07


3.18

3.26

2.58

3.10

e3.2

3.42


3.40

3.57

3.68

3.79

3.66

3.90


2.95

3.35

3.50

3.63

e3.7

e3.4


e3.5

e3.1

3.49

3.63

3.35

3.14


3.17

3.28

e3.4

e2.8

e2.9

e2.8


e3.0 3.02 h2.00

2.37 2.95

2.52 3.14

2.67 3.20

2.80 3.29

2.89 h3.34











INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67


Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

303421N0863050.1. Report well reference number 132 -- Continued.
1968


Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Hay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 2.60

10 h2.00 h2.64 2.55 h3.45

15 2.67

20 2.71

25 2.72

eom 2.62

e Estimated

h Tape measurement



303427N0863053.1. Report well reference number 133. U. S. Geol. Survey. Ten Mile Creek number 1.
NEtSWtJEt sec. 23, T. 1 N., R. 23 W. Drilled wateF-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 35 ft, cased to 30,
screen 30-35. Lsd approximately 100 ft above mel. HP top of 4-in casing 2.50 ft above lsd. Records
available: 1966-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph 1966.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 18.59 18.37 e18.9

10 18.37 18.40 e18.9

15 18.37 e18.5 el9.0

20 h16.35 18.37 e18.6 e19.1

25 18.66 18.37 e18.7 el9.2

eom 18.88 18.37 e18.8 e19.3

1967

5 e19.3 e18.2 17.45 18.36 19.14 19.70 19.84 19.59 e18.5 17.70 h17.72 e17.1

10 e19.4 e18.1 17.55 18.50 19.24 19.76 19.73 19.62 18.13 17.90 e16.9 e17.3

15 e19.2 e18.0 17.70 18.64 19.34 19.81 19.65 19.50 17.73 18.12 e16.6 el6.0

20 el9.0 e17.8 17.89 18.77 19.43 19.82 19.51 19.35 17.45 18.31 e16.6 el5.2

25 e18.7 e17.7 18.04 18.90 19.50 19.82 19.49 19.22 17.38 18.49 e16.7 el5.1

eom e18.4 e17.6 18.21 19.02 19.61 19.83 19.50 18.85 17.49 18.70 e16.9 e15.1

1968

5 e15.3 16.62 17.79 18.54 el9.0

10 e15.5 16.82 17.97 18.61 h19.16

15 15.85 17.04 18.15 18.70

20 16.05 17.24 18.31 e18.7

25 16.18 17.43 18.41 e18.8

eom 16.43 17.60 18.50 e18.9

e Estimated

h Tape measurement










30 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY



Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

30351210863751.1. Report well reference number 134. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 5.
WlBtESE sec. 15, T. 1 N., R. 24 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in,
depth 710 ft, cased to 524. lad 178.03 ft above mal. MP top of concrete pump base, 0.75 ft above Isd.
Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-68.

Water level in feet belao land surface datum.


Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water
Date IDate Date Date
level level level level
Jan. 9, 1964 128.0 Sept. 9, 1964 129.6 May 3, 1965 128.1 Jan. 11, 1966 129.8
Mar. 5 126.8 Nov. 3 129.5 July 6 130.6 Mar. 9 129.3
May 7 126.8 Jan. 5, 1965 128.7 Sept. 8 130.5 May 2 129.6
July 7 129.8 Mar. 4 127.8 Nov. 3 130.4 RECORDER INSTALLED
SEE FOLLOWING TABLE



Highest water level for the day, below lsd, from recorder graph 1966.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 -130.18 -131.50 -133.24 -132.68

10 -129.50 130.20 131.77 -134.70 132.96 132.36

15 129.71 130.59 131.95 133.01 132.57

20 129.79 130.81 -132.13 -132.80 132.90 132.17

25 129.74 131.21 -132.74 132.78 132.30

eom -129.93 -131.19 -132.71 -131.87

1967

5 -131.90 -131.00 -130.44 -130.88 -132.27 -133.53 -134.40 -134.97 h-135.12 -135.10 -134.81

10 131.76 130.82 130.60 131.03 132.43 133.65 134.48 135.03 134.78 134.97 -135.11 134.15

15 131.48 130.83 130.53 131.22 132.65 133.77 134.55 -135.20 134.80 135.26 134.90 134.35

20 131.57 130.60 130.62 131.40 132.85 133.90 134.80 134.79 135.40 134.88 134.35

25 131.37 130.93 130.63 131.74 133.18 134.19 134.88 134.81 135.31 134.67 134.16

em -131.38 -130.60 -130.75 -132.04 -133.40 -134.22 -134.95 -134.97 -135.05 -134.75 -133.91


-134.01 -133.31

133.61 133.09

133.55 133.19

133.61 132.96

133.31 133.13

-133.41 -132.77

h Tape measurement


-132.93 -132.96 -133.99

132.69 133.04 134.38

133.00 133.14 134.68

132.80 133.35 134.98

132.86 133.64 -135.23

-132.86 -133.83 -135.57


1968

-135.66

135.91

137.84

136.53

136.67

-136.97











INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 31



Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

303745N0864421.1. Report well reference number 140. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 6.
SWNNWkiSW sec. 34, T. 2 N., R. 25 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in,
reported depth 690 ft, cased to 527. Lsd 135.07 ft above msl. MP top of -in tee, 1.40 ft above lad.
Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1948-68.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.


Date
9, 1964
5
7
. 9
3
5, 1965
4


water
level
70.4
69.8
68.8
70.1
70.3
70.8
70.3


May
July
Sept.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
May


Water
Date
level
4, 1965 70.4
8 71.6
8 71.6
3 72.0
11, 1966 71.6
9 71.4
5 71.8


July
Sept.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
May
July


Date
6, 1966
13
2
4, 1967
7
2
12


Water
level
72.9
73.5
74.0
74.0
73.4
73.5
74.9


Sept.
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
May


Date
6, 1967
8
9, 1968
28
8


Water
level
75.1
75.5
75.2
75.0
75.2


303849N0863141.1. Report well reference number 143. Eglin Auxiliary Field 3. NEiSEIJNE sec. 27,
T. 2 N., R. 23 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth
609 ft, cased to 456. Lad 196.72 ft above msl. MP top of -in tee, 1.60 ft above lsd. Fluctuation caused
primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-68.

Water level in feet below land surface datum.


Date
9, 1964
5
6
6
. 9
3
4, 1965


Water
level
128.4 Mar.
127.7 May
126.6 July
128.4 Sept.
129.4 Nov.
129.3 Jan.
129.5 Mar.


Date
3, 1965
3
6
8
3
11, 1966
9


Water
level
128.4
128.3
129.6
129.8
131.1
130.0
129.3


May
July
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Mar.
May


Date
4, 1966
11
12
31
5, 1967
6
3


Water
level
129.4 July
130.1 Sept.
131.0 Nov.
131.5 Jan.
131.6 Feb.
131.0 May
131.6


Date
12, 1967
5
6
8, 1968
28
7


Water
level
132.7
131.4
133.4
133.3
132.1
133.0


304132N0864052.1. Report well reference number 152. J. B. Carr. NEkSWNNEt sec. 7, T. 2 N., R. 24 W.
Drilled domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4-in to 3-in, depth 447 ft, cased to 350. Lsd 51.98
ft above msl. MP top of lower flange of Dresser coupling, 0.50 ft above lad. Records available: 1966-68.

Water level in feet above land surface datum.


Water
level
+18.5
+16.2
+15.8


Date
Mar. 8, 1967
May 2
July 12


Hater
level
+16.9
+16.8
+15.4


Date
Sept. 6, 1967
Nov. 7
Jan. 10, 1968


Water
level
+16.2 Feb. 27, 1968
+15.0 May 8
+15.4


Water
level
+15.0
+14.7


304340N0863933.1. Report well reference number 155. U. S. Geol. Survey. Baggett Creek number 2.
SWANWIW sec. 28, T. 3 N., R. 24 W. Drilled water-table well in sand diam 4-in, depth 14.5 ft, cased to
9.5. Lsd approximately 80 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 3.0 ft above lad. Records available:
1967-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1967.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5 h5.59 h6.13 h7.42 8.30 9.06 8.88 6.65 7.14 6.48


10 5.72 h6.68

15 h5.01 h5.42 e5.9

20 5.39 h5.50 e6.1


25 5.49


b6.18


8.63 9.10 9.22

h8.05 8.75 9.16 9.30


7.38 5.91 e4.2

7.63 5.92 5.33


8.16 8.85 9.01 8.68 h5.81 7.77 6.07 5.35

8.03 9.13 6.60 6.12 7.87 6.05 5.44

8.50 9.24 6.62 6.47 5.41 6.33


Date
July 6, 1966
Nov. 2
Jan. 4, 1967


T ....


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Table 5. Records of the water level in vells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -- Continued

304340N0863933.1. Report well reference number 155 -- Continued.
1968

Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


5.64

h3.18 5.83

5.36 5.91

5.50 5.65

5.58 5.71

5.65 5.74


h7.09


e Estimated

h Tape measurement



304342'0863927.1. Report well reference number 156. U. S. Geol. Survey. Baggett Creek number 1.
SEgWkfS16 sec. 28, T. 3 N., R. 24 W. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 68 ft, cased to
63. screen 63-68. Lsd approximately 110 ft above mal. MP top of 4-in casing 3.00 ft above lsd. Records
available: 1967-68.

Highest water level for the day, feet below lsd, from the recorder graph 1967.



Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June. July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


h!8.74

18.06

17.67

17.51


17.50

17.33

17.17

17.16

17.22

17.31


17.45

17.57

17.72

17.85

17.99

18.12


18.12

18.36

18.49

18.55

18.60

18.72


18.85

18.98

19.15

e19.3

e19.4

e19.5


e19.6

e19.7

e19.8

e20.0

e20.1

e20.2


e20.3

e20.4

20.48

20.57

20.60

e20.7


e20.7

20.74

20.75

20.80

20.55

19.81


19.24

18.65

18.13

17.94

17.92

17.98


18.12

18.25

18.39

18.53

18.71

18.94


18.62

18.20

18.02

17.97

17.98

18.04


18.13

18.22

18.05

17.81

17.74

17.69


1968

17.64 e17.6 18.02 17.74

17.53 e17.7 13.08 17.82 h18.38

e17.5 e17.8 17.95 17.88

e17.4 e17.9 17.79 17.97

e17.5 elS.0 17.72

e17.6 18.01 17.70

e Estimated

i Tape measurement











INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 33




Table 6. Ground-water pumpage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa
County and adjacent areas.

(Facilities are in Okaloosa County, except those for Auxiliary Field 7 and Site A-15 which
are in Santa Rosa County, and that for Auxiliary Field 1 which is in Walton County.
All facilities pump from the Floridan aquifer except that at Auxiliary Field 7 which
pumps from the sand-and-gravel aquifer.)

Pumpage in millions of gallons.



Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total


CITY OF FORT WALTON BEACH


1964 53.70 52.83 59.25 76.01 73.50 90.77 74.21 63.34 63.21 55.68 63.96 50.76 777.22
1965 50.50 53.63 64.71 81.52 115.75 79.59 73.50 67.86 63.67 67.03 76.39 60.61 854.76
1966 58.20 52.10 73.40 80.40 81.00 94.10 95.70 80.40 81.00 67.80 60.70 55.50 880.30
1967 55.10 48.80 77.20 98.60 107.60 95.30 95.00 81.00 84.80 85.70 75.20 60.60 964.90
1968 63.50 61.90 74.60 99.00 123.00 139.00 135.00 114.00 126.00 116.00 83.00 65.00 1,200.00


EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE

Hain base, base housing, and range sites


1964 68.305 59.663 81.388 111.698 161.733 151.077 110.148 103.019 101.764 83.201 76.609 69.06 1,177.665
1965 70.321 62.906 70.538 109.651 151.956 125.360 111.277 100.040 89.625 84.680 79.534 68.904 1,124.792
1966 76.010 72.632 105.566 137.834 123.422 128.889 130.187 121.022 118.397 98.021 83.467 80.696 1,276.143
1967 89.956 81.251 121.766 162.623 151.921 140.397 144.466 118.608 114.824 106.041 84.470 75.125 1,391.448
1968 82.087 77.373 111.725 202.873 171.256 167.684 163.538 156.303 144.692 111.145 88.440 48.350 1,258.841


Auxiliary Field #1


1961 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .612
1962 .062 .056 .062 .060 .062 .060 .341 .093 .192 .234 .152 .113 1.487
1963 .162 .189 .189 .136 1.174 .466 .487 .119 .417 .173 .275 .128 3.915
1964 .988 .047 .484 .391 .563 .439 .174 .597 .984 .285 .765 .392 5.219
1965 .167 .196 .193 .180 .585 .950 .417 .311 .705 .334 .393 .117 4.548
1966 .422 .076 .587 .127 .208 .188 .705 .450 .300 .100 .580 .400 4.138
1967 .900 1.080 .275 .432 .429 .621 .700 1.140 2.700 .211 .184 .364 9.036
1968 .340 .104 .013 .104 .228 .198 .080 .070 .052 .150 .157 .255 1.751


Auxiliary Field #2


1961 .062 .060 .176 .060 .115 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .779
1962 .062 .056 .062 .060 .464 .450 .899 .935 .942 .248 .289 .217 4.684
1963 .217 .236 .132 .122 .462 .338 .266 .200 .201 .254 .193 .282 2.903
1964 .251 .172 .172 .413 .430 .692 1.364 2.764 3.081 1.229 .249 .109 10.926
1965 .395 .127 .113 .174 .197 .099 .086 .515 .111 .203 .102 .045 2.167
1966 .191 .155 .252 .250 .176 .228 .200 .200 .100 .090 .205 .300 2.347
1967 .200 .172 .694 1.216 1.613 2.200 2.000 1.790 1.200 1.020 1.226 1.169 14.500
1968 1.290 .842 1.151 1.441 1.550 1.986 2.327 1.689 1.524 1.134 1.198 1.123 17.615


Auxiliary Field #3



1961 .128 .672 1.137 1.803 1.442 1.817 1.340 1.765 .651 .566 11.321
1962 .621 .699 .985 1.187 2.410 1.336 1.654 1.392 1.463 2.197 1.356 1.410 16.710
1963 1.635 1.383 1.514 1.876 1.543 1.823 2.668 2.995 2.046 1.840 2.047 1.628 22.998
1964 1.291 1.377 1.726 1.707 2.374 2.776 3.332 4.626 4.058 2.825 3.601 3.286 32.985
1965 3.417 2.308 2.758 2.740 2.816 2.913 2.577 2.861 3.838 2.795 2.664 1.075 32.762
1966 1.450 1.440 1.560 1.590 1.950 1.900 2.100 1.890 2.200 2.200 2.000 1.900 22.180
1967 1.500 1.570 3.330 2.470 2.530 2.360 2.100 3,010 2.900 2.776 2.868 2.623 30.010
1968 3.240 2.830 2.860 3.190 3.630 3.390 4.260 4.270 2.770 2.900 2.430 2.440 38.210


Auxiliary Field #4



1961 2.790 2.700 1.026 .935 1.957 1.143 1.004 .854 .738 .519 13.666
1962 .747 .337 .651 .664 2.035 1.950 1.795 1.075 .976 1.222 1.221 1.255 13.928
1963 .594 .736 .713 .836 1.419 .523 .454 .671 .500 .620 .788 .667 8.521
1964 .654 .675 .600 .857 2.019 2.190 1.273 .907 .816 .616 .735 .526 11.868
1965 .685 .426 .605 1.476 2.337 1.064 .812 .600 .569 .533 .501 .477 10.085
1966 .555 .854 .800 .492 .431 .785 .200 .070 .400 .100 .152 .100 4.939
1967 .100 .163 .174 .190 .215 .166 .200 .250 .210 .164 .063 .033 1.938
1968 .312 .051 .155 .020 .093 .117 .160 .100 .174 .084 .076 .645 1.735











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Table 6. Ground-later pmapage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa
County ad adjacent areas -- continued


Tear Jan Feb Mar Apr ay Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total


Auxiliary Field #5


1961 .440 3.845 3.891 3.789 6.919 1.420 1.056 .811 .809 1.017 23.97
1962 1.524 .470 1.240 .857 1.190 .963 .992 .992 1.913 1.488 1.385 1.411 14.361
1963 1.428 .994 .383 .656 1.504 .588 .452 .407 .822 .532 1.119 .847 9.932
1964 .570 1.202 .559 .575 1.201 .986 1.459 .645 .837 .733 .435 .872 10.074
1965 .976 .420 .356 .228 .184 .803 .232 .801 .193 .199 .188 .172 4.752
1966 .203 .619 .506 .266 .018 .318 .300 .070 1.100 .200 .085 .060 3.745
1967 .3 .123 0 .59 .39 .70 .1 .65 .012 .046 .018 .016 2.945
1968 .01. .015 .015 .05 .91 .092 .13 .06 .019 .011 .003 .015 1.33


Auxiliary Field #6


1961 .613 .513 .651 .630 .681 .894 .904 1.408 .934 1.354 8.582
1962 1.674 1.425 .963 .906 .936 1.234 .992 .775 .755 .767 1.166 1.152 17.745
1963
1964 1.310 1.135 1.045 1.609 2.621 2.392 2.203 2.283 2.398 2.234 2.133 1.568 22.931
1965 1.575 1.327 1.598 2.188 3.910 3.125 3.201 2.480 2.578 1.578 1.501 1.155 26.216
1966 1.18 .95 1.78 3.13 1.44 3.28 2.00 2.37 1.90 1.60 1.67 1.60 22.90
1967 1.3 1.17 2.17 2.28 3.00 2.36 2.1 1.93 1.9 2.053 1.809 1.799 23.871
1968 2.11 1.77 1.93 2.38 2.72 2.64 2.51 2.68 1.398 2.243 1.740 1.677 25.798


Auxiliary Field #7


1961 .745 .675 2.940 1.957 1.605 .681 .630 .650 .630 .651
1962 .651 -588 .747 1.561 1.504 1.350 1.440 1.465 1.437 1.414 1.609 1.361
1963 1.799 1.329 1.314 1.274 1.302 1.154 1.856 1.710 1.840 1.478 1.708 1.762
1964 1.760 1.612 1.346 1.628 1.561 1.488 1.574 1.382 1.468 1.918 1.659 1.161
1965 1.083 1.495 1.623 1.395 1.457 1.259 .994 .972 1.711 1.471 1.031 .903
1966 1.01 1.15 1.04 1.43 1.22 .88 .80 .79 .70 .80 .92 .80
1967 .6 .74 .80 .71 1.10 1.412 1.3 1.41 1.9 1.914 1.764 1.689
1968 1.67 1.16 1.79 2.29 1.73 2.38 1.8 1.84 2.29 1.93 3.89 1.98


11.164
15.127
18.526
18.557
15.394
11.54
15.339
24.75


HURISURT FIELD

ain base


1961 9.20 9.00 14.73 19.54 22.70 18.62 20.17 15.80 13.73 18.93 13.32 10.27 186.01
1962 12.11 13.53 15.84 17.97 23.06 16.32 15.47 15.96 14.65 12.94 11.63 12.59 182.07
1963 15.19 13.34 18.46 20.95 20.08 17.97 24.41 27.44 28.32 25.02 14.51 17.28 242.97
1964 16.86 12.~2 15.75 15.05 35.58 37.59 25.11 19.79 23.27 16.82 15.15 13.13 246.92
1965 13.98 13.71 14.86 26.60 35.55 24.41 24.09 21.07 17.73 16.54 15.39 13.58 237.51
1966 15.13 15.14 18.50 24.46 22.63 30.28 30.38 27.68 27.07 18.74 15.83 13.69 259.53
1967 13.95 13.10 15.43 27.57 26.66 20.90 24.14 20.34 19.96 18.63 14.00 12.47 227.13
1968 13.59 14.32 18.75 25.95 31.25 29.34 29.43 24.10 26.30 21.77 15.88 14.28 264.96


Site A-15


1961 2.78 3.77 3.80 3.93 6.34 4.48 5.14 4.45 4.36 3.68 2.40 2.54
L96Z 2.45 2.20 2.12 2.54 4.14 3.21 3.69 3.47 3.35 2.86 2.23 1.78
1963 1.86 1.23 2.45 2.60 3.29 3.04 2.84 2.54 2.04 2.40 1.99 2.33
1964 3.31 1.72 2.00 1.71 2.30 3.31 3.68 2.93 2.96 2.06 2.01 1.82
1965 2.06 1.84 2.09 2.87 3.27 3.04 3.21 2.70 1.74 1.54 .95 .95
1966 1.09 1.62 1.65 1.86 2.79 3.27 3.89 3.19 2.82 1.90 2.11 1.01
1967 1.09 .90 1.40 2.14 2.50 2.34 2.21 2.18 1.75 1.62 1.38 1.57
1968 1.66 1.44 2.10 1.93 1.96 2.07 2.08 2.39 2.26 2.09 1.91 1.90


45.68
34.04
28.60
29.83
26.27
27.20
21.08
23.59














Table 7, Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas
(Note: Reference number are used to identify wells in this report)
Chemical analyses, in milligrams per liter, except specific conductance, pH, and color

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Tem- Nag- Po- Car- Total solids
Well of ence anoe per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodium tas- Bicar- bon- Sultate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron on- Col-
number collea- number (micro- pH nature (SiLO) ciuma lum (N) sium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion mhos (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO) (COa) (Cl) (F) (NO) at ou- magne- boa-
at 25'C) 180'C lated sim ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY

FLORIDAN AQUIFER
.


302264N0862514.1
302340N0862942.1
302325N0863320.1
302325N0863329.1
302325N0863329.1
302325N0583329.1
302326N0863328.1
302325N0863329.1
302346N0863524.1
302351N0863829.1
302351N0863829.1
302351N0803829.1
302351N0863829.1
302351N0863829.1
302381N0863629.1
302351N0863829.1
302351N0863829.1
302351N0863829.1
302348N0896300.1
302348N0863900.1
302348N0863600.1
302348N0803900.1
302348N0863900.1
302348N0863900.1
302348N0863900.1


07-07-08
07-06-68
12-06-60
07-12-61
09-13-02
07-28-68
06-13-66
06-01-67
02-02-66
02-04-59
08-23-60
08-23-60
07-12-61
09-13-82
07-10-63
07-28-68
06-13-66
06-01-67
10-03-60
07-12-61
09-13-62
07-10-63
07-28-65
06-13-66
06-01-67


1
4
8

8
8
8
14
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
18


A In solution when analymod.


451
5665
628
640
625
630
645
648
620
560
582
864
584
862
633
860
573
505
566
580
563
555
590
600
615


12
5.4
6.4
4.8
7.2
4,2
4.4
4.6
4.6
10
5.6
13
5.6
4.8
6.4
4.5
5.3
3.6
5.6
6.4
4.8
4,8
3.3
3.6
3.9


77
110
132
130
132
130
127
135
130
112

118
102
124
120
120
117
115
117
121
120
128
120
122
123
128


4.5
5.6
7.1
7.2
6.8
6.6
7.0
5.9
6.5
4,9
6.1
5,9
6.1
5.8
5.6
8.A
5.8
5.7
6.2
6.0
5.6
5.6
6.0
6.3
6.0


210
240
240
254
262
282
262
243
258
252
220
228
237
218
228
240
240
235
232
242
248
240
240
232
249
254


16
4.0
4,4
5.2
4.4
4.8
4.4
12
4.4
4.8
5.8
7.2

7.2
7.6
9.2
6.0
6.4
8.4
5.2
5.6
3.6
2.4
4.0


38
80
71
72
70
70
72
72
69
56
68
56
62
59
60
86
88
58
60
60
60
60
61
64
69


0.7
1,1
1,4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.1
1.4
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.2
1,0
1.1
1.1
1,1
1,3
1,1

1.2
1.0
1.2
1.2
1.5


0.1
.1
.0
.0
.1
.1
.1
.6
.0
2.0
.0
,0
.1
.0
,0

.1
.1
.0
1.6
1.,3
.0
.0
.4
.1
,0


,0.31
.11
.44
.04
.14
.00
A.02

.00
.02
.01
.14
.17
.34
.03
.05
.10
.04
,09
.14
.22
.486


271 276 66
318 313 30
383 367 26
375 363 26
388 360 26
364 363 26
352 360 26
363 376 27
-- 9 24
324 320 48
340 335 40
339 329 38
349 341 26
336 330 28
308 332 22

330 326 20
310 320 24
316 322 20
346 336 24
356 342 32
342 340 24
314 327 16
340 334 19
328 338 19
362 353 22


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0













0


Table 7, Chembeal Analysm and TamperAtures of Oromud Watern to Okalouos County and adjacent areo--Contiuuvd

Speoltac Dissolved Hardaner
lDte IRter- oonduat- Tom- g- P- car- Totl
well no eodc T a o sodium e- Stone lt Chlo- Fluo. Ni. on Col.
Well o o noo. enio per O. silica Cal- n- Sodlum tis- Bcir.- bon- Sulte Clo- Puo- I Iron on.S Col-
number Oa.1.- number (tiero- pH aure (O510) o tu alum (Ne) slum boast ate (680) ride ride trat. (e.) .Resdue Cal.. Calclau, oar- or
Iton ahos ('P) (Ca) (Mg) () (HCO,) (CO) (C) (F) (NO,) at au- sgn- bon.
at 23'C) 1B'0C lated lum ate
OKALCOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued


302357N0864151,1
302357N0864151,1
303357N0864151.1
30235750864181,1
3033 7N0864181,1
302367N0864151.1
30337MH0884181.1
30233570864151.1
30235770864161.1
303387N0864161.1
302357M0864151.1
30335708864151.1
30235670864161.1
30235870804151.1
30233710864101.1
302342N0864248,1
302342N0864248.1
30334230864348,1
303342N0884248.1
302342N0804848.1
302342H0864248,1
302342N0864248,1
302334N0804448.1
302334N0864448.1
302334N0804448.1
303334N0884448.1
302334N0864448,1
30334N10864448.1
302334N0864448.1
302419N0863639.1
302440N0863945.1


10-07-40
086-3-00
11-0-13.
08-20-83
11-16-54
05-23-57
02-03-69
08-23-60
07-17-61
09-10-82
07-11-63
07-28-65
06-13-66
06-01-67
10-03-60
07-12-61
09-13-62
07-10-63
07-28-65
06-13-66
06-01-67
10-03-60
07-12-61
09-13-82
07-10-63
07-28-66
06-13-60
06-01-07
07-26-66
07-20-66


5.9
6.5
80.
9.1
4.0
5.2
6,4
8.8
5.6
5.6
4.0
4.4
4.0
12
5.6
8.0
7.2
4.0
0.0
5,0
5.5
6.4
7.2
0.6
4.0
3.8
4.2,
3.7
9.0
-,?'
|,O


6.6
5,6
6,4
6,4
6.8
6.3
6,4
8,6
6.4
7:4
7.0
6.9
68,
5.8
6.7
6.9
7.1
6.8
5.8
6.5

8.0
7.,
9.8
7.4
"" I


13
16
10
26
8.5
13
36
6.7
8,0
6.4
7.6
8.0
7.2
8.0
17
18
16
18
16

17
10
6.8
2.8
7.2
,4
.2
.0
7.6


0,45
1,.
.33
2,0
.42
.32
.04
.02
.21
.01
.06
.33
.10
.32
,19
.22
.11
,17
.09
.08
.10
.95
.11
.10
,10
.10
.25
.18
.31
.10


382
380
383
398
370
374
395
3560
368
384

366
369
386
383
448
445
437
455
445
440
449
414
420
410
416
531
422
523
472


0




0
05


I- I I


I I


--


8 Calculated NL plus R, reported as Ns.















Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters In Okaloosa County and adjacent area--Continued
Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Tem- Mag. Po- Car. Total
Well of enoe ance per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodiu tas- Blear- bon. Sultate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron Non- Col-
number colleo- number (micro- pH ature (810.) oluam Iu (Na) Slum bonate ate (804) ride ride rate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium oar- or
tion o ho (F) (Ca) (Mg) (M) (HCO0) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (NOs) at ou- mane- bon-
at 25C8) lsoC late saiu ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued
30442110863940.1 02-02-66 28 550 7.6 77 14 3.4 2.2 116 5.6 228 0 4.4 57 1.2 0.7 0.01 317 18 0 5
302458N0864206.1 05-19-50 32 613 7.8 72 14 4.3 2.6 8130 232 0 5.8 75 .9 .2 .22 347 347 21 0 5
302458N0884208.1 07-30-51 32 605 7.7 88 13 4.0 2.4 8131 232 0 5.1 75 1.1 .1 .15 339 346 20 0 4
302458N08B4206.1 11-03-82 32 608 8.3 69 13 4.0 2.5 B130 222 4 5.4 75 1.0 .1 .07 346 344 20 0 8
30248N10864208.1 08-20-53 32 622 8.4 12 3.7 2.9 B133 226 4 6.5 78 1.0 .0 ..14 356 38 21 0 2
302458r0864206.1 11-16-54 32 596 8.6 70 12 4.6 3.0 B132 220 6 7.0 78 1.0 .1 .09 341 352 24 0 6
302458H0864206.1 05-23-67 32 607 8.3 72 14 3.6 2.9 124 6.0 234 0 4.0 76 1.1 .0 ,06 388 347 21 0 3
30246810864206.1 09-12-60 32 883 8.3 -- 13 4.0 2.4 128 6.1 220 4 4.4 71 .7 .1 .00 346 342 20 0 5
30345880864206,1 10-12-64 32 570 8.0 70 13. 6.4 1.0 123 5.8 228 0 4.8 70 1.0 .0 .00 388 346 20 0 5
30245N80864206.1 11-22-65 32 600 6.2 70 13 3.3 2.2 132 5.2 228 0 7.6 78 1.0 .0 .07 348 388 17 0 10
302458N0864206.1 10-06-6 32 580 7.8 70 13 3.4 2.3 124 6.0 228 0 4.4 73 1.1 1.5 .05 330 341 18 0 8
302458N0864206.1 11-28-67 32 620 7.9 77 15 3.8 2.3 126 6.1 230 0 4.4 79 1.0 1.4 .06 351 363 20 0 5
302431N0864403.1 02-29-68 34 730 7.8 14 3.6 2.5 145 6.0 232 0 4.6 106 1.0 .0 397 398 20 0 0
302535N0883817.1 09-21-67 37 37200 7.1 11 1090 950 6870 138 68 0 1480 13800 .5 .1 24400 6640 6590 0
30253810863617.1 09-21-67 37 37700 7.0 11 1070 950 6990 137 72 0 1570 13900 .5 .1 24700 6590 6830 0
302530N0863618.1 09-20-67 39 35500 7.2 11 100 89 64064 13b 78 0 1400 13000 .5 .1 23000 6220 6160 10
302530?0863952.1 02-28-67 46 530 8.2 76 11 4.4 2.3 112 5.6 236 0 4.2 50 1.2 .0 306 308 22 0 0
302521N0864152.1 10-25-55 47 557 7.6 69 14 4.0 2.7 8119 220 0 5.0 65 1.0 .1 .20 324 319 21 0 8
302521N0864152.1 05-23-57 47 540 8.2 72 13 3.6 2.7 110 5.6 228 0 3.0 56 1.1 .0 .04 326 307 20 0 3
302521N0864152.1 08-20-58 47 533 8.3 -- 13 6.4 1.9 112 5.5 224 4 9.0 51 1.1 1.5 .06 318 315 24 0 0
302521N0864152.1 02-24-59 47 536 8.0 65 13 4.4 2.2 110 5.0 231 0 4.8 83 1.1 .2 .08 313 308 20 0 5
3022N1086413.1 08-23-60 47 524 8.1 -- 13 6.4 1.9 108 5.7 231 0 5.0 50 1.0 1.8 .01 320 307 24 0 4
302521N086412.1 09-12-60 47 531 8.3 70 13 4.8 2.4 104 8.4 226 2 6.4 51 1.0 .4 .08 304 301 22 0 5
302821N0864152.1 09-28-02 47 519 8.2 13 4.8 1.5 117 5.9 228 0 4.4 80 .7 .1 .48 312 309 18 0 5
302521N0864152.1 10-12-64 47 504 8.2 70 12 3.2 3.9 111 5.5 236 0 4.8 50 1.0 .0 .04 308 312 24 0 5
302521N0864152.1 10-06-66 47 510 7.8 70 13 3.3 2.2 111 s.6 228 0 5.6 51 1.1 1.3 .07 292 306 17 0 5
B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.

















Table 7, Chealcl Analyose and Tuwperature of Ground Waterr in Olkaooa Csounty and sdjaeant arees--Contanued

Specifto D$srolved Hardness
Date tr conduct- Toe-. Mg PO- Car- Total alt
Well ot e nor no par. SIlica Cal- no." odium tr- Bicar- Dbn. iultate Chlo- Fluo- N- iron ode Co-l
number colleo- number (aior- pit ature (B10I) aoium lum (ai) alum bonaots at (304) ride ride trate (Fe) Resldue Cal- Calaciu, car- or
tion isho (F) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (MHC0) (CO) (CI) (F) (NOu) at ou- ai e- bon-
at 2*C) 1380'C lNted slium *t
OKALOOSA COUNTY-.Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued


303321M088415,.1
305236N0864619,1
30252680864819,1
303616N0864754.1
302511N0864734,1
30281600664734,1
302816H0864784.1
302581N0884754.1
30316N03864754.1
308816N0864784.1
30251600364754,1
302711N0863214.1
303711N0862514.1
303711N0862314.1
303711N0832514.1
303711N0836214.1
30271108832814.1

303711N0863214.1
303711N0832514,1
303711N0868214.1
302711N0862514.1
30271100862514.1
302711H0836214.1
302724N0863254.1
30273300883217.1
30273308063317.1


11-28-67 47 525
07-89-65 48 830
06-.01-67 48 504
10-03-60 40 547
07-12-61 40 872
08-10-83 49 5s6
07-10-63 49 550
07-39-68 40 580
06-03-87 49 880
07-30-51 71 26B
11-03-32 71 271
08-20-53 71 278
11-16-54 71 277
05-17-57 71 270
02-01-39 71 270
08-18-80 71 271
07-18-81 71 266
09-11-62 71 264
07-09-63 71 255
08-00-03 71 273
06-14-66 71 278
05-25-67 71 380
05-24-67 73 366
02-04-89 74 401
08-18-60 74 400


30273300883317.1 07-19-61 74 401
302733N0863317.1 09-10-63 74 388
303733N0863317.1 07-09-63 74 390
3027330863217.1 08-10-65 74 400
303733N0863217.1 05-34-67 74 400
E Calculated fi plus K, reported as Na.


70
72
80
72
65
72
72


70
70
72


72
73
72
72



72

72
72
73
72
72


110
180
114
117
120
122
114
120
119
89.6
BS.2
811
B12
6.0
9.4
7.3
7,0
7,8
7.2
8.1
8.
8.2
61
09

70
70
78
70
72


3,6
6,0
5,8
5.0
8.0
5.5
5.3










3.9
3.0

2,0
2.8
2.7

3.0
2.9

3.0
2.9
3.0
3.0
3.8
3.8
3.8
4.3
4.1
4.0
4.0
3.0


338
390
334
334
316
316
338
224
223
18
188
160
18
160
161
184
188
1580
188
160

160
1358
1886
200
300
300
100
300
201
198


4,8
.0
3,8
4.8
,4
4,4
4,4
5,6
4,0
94.

9.6
0,8
11
8,.
9.6
8.1
8.4
7.2
8.4
8,8
8.0
8.4
5.0
6.0
8.4
6.4
6.0
0.4
6.8
5.2


42
118
58
66
668
64
66
84
08
8,O

5.8
7,2
4.0
6.0
3,0
4,0
4.0
3,5
4.6


20
28
26
26
27
28
28
33


1,0 0.9
1,7 1.3
1.0 1,1
,9 .9
.8 ,o
.2 ,0
.7 .0
.8 .0
.7 .1
.1 .1
.2 .4
.3 ,2
.2 .3
.0 .0

.3 .0
.4 .0
.3 .0
.2 .0
.2 .1
.4 .0
.4 .1
.8 1.0
.5 .8
.8 .4
,7 .4
.4 .0
.5 .0
.4 .6


0.06
.13
.59
.05
,04
.13
.14
.00
.34
.12
.16
.81
.06
.07
.083
.30
.01
.08
.05
.07
.00
.00
,05
.03
.37
.01
.07
.02
.00


310 897
450 462
308 313
338 326
344 328
330 337
300 323
314 334
330 328
181 189

151 188
180 102
181 164
148 19
154 164
162 164
160 10
170 188
146 143
180 108
136 160
158 188
208 214
338 238
238 238
242 237
285 248
2323 24
2638 239
238 244


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o




o
0
0

0




o





0


0t












Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refor- conduct- Teo- Mag- Po- Car- Total a
Well of once ance per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodium tau- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chio- Fluo- Ni- Iron I Mon- Col-
number colleo- number (micro- pH nature (810g) cilu sium (Na) Isum bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion h or ('F) (Ca) (Mg) (X) (BCOC) (CO) (Cl) (7) (NCO) at cu- magne- bon-
at 25'C) 180C lated slum ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
PF RIDAN AQUIFER-Continued


302748N08632B1.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
30274850863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748H0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302748N0863251.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302743N0863301.1
302789N0803209.1
302759N0863209.1
302759N0863209.1
302759N0863209.1
302759N0863209.1


11-03-52
08-18-53
11-18-54
05-15-57
03-23-59
08-18-60
07-19-61
09-21-62
07-09-63
08-10-65
06-22-66
06-01-67
02-04-59
08-18-60
07-19-61
09-10-62
07-09-63
08-10-65
06-21-66
07-28-66
05-23-57
02-05-89
08-18-60
07-19-61
09-10-62


302759N0863209.1 07-09-63 77 270
302759N063209.1 08-10-65 77 290
302759N0863209.1 00-21-66 77 284
302759N0863209.1 05-24-67 77 292
302726N0863648.1 05-27-66 80 448
A In solution when analyzed.
B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.


14 9.1
14 9.3
14 10
15 8.9
18 8.5
20 10
16 10
18 9.5
18 10
18 11
16 11
18 11
16 7.5
18 9.5
14 9.5
14 10
15 9.8
16 9.7
15 9.4
17 10
21 13
26 9.5
24 12
21 13
22 12
21 13
20 13
19 13
19 12
9.2 4.5


173
172
170
172
167
164
168
166
168
168
164
164
175
170
172
162
170
156
168
168
164
162
167
164
186
160
162
164
160
220


13
14
12
12
12
7.6
10
9.5
11
10
9.6
11
14
12
12
12
13
12
12
10

6.8
7.0
6.0
7.0
0.5
7.0
6.0
7.0
9.0
33


0,08
.07
.11
.04
.22
.45
.05
.00
.04
.04
.15
.00
.00
.01
.04
.00
.07
,08
.07
.12
.40
.07
.22
.01
.00
.03
,12
.12
,00
A.01


--






















Table 7, Cheamual Analyuam and Tempura(urse of Ground Waturi in Okaloovs County and adJacont areas--Contlnued


Ipeo(tie Dairolved Hardneas
Date fr-condut- Tm- l Po Car- Total
W.ll a0l onca e .o.e per- MlatoC.lC1- Sn- aodiu, am. Bic.r- ban- Sulfate Chio- FluO- N1-. I n won- Col.
number oole-- number (icro- e jJH tur ($Cl0,) oLum lum (N) bonst. ate (04) rIde ride trate (FI) Residue Cal- Callium, oar- or
tion I iho i ('F) (Ca) (ME) (K) M (IC3) (COs) (C1) (F) (NOI) IIt cOU- ] gnl- bon-
at 25,') L I'C latd lun It.


30272060868348,1
302739N086600581
302739N0863648.1
30374708638620,1
302747N0863020.1
30274790803820.1
30274790868380,1
302747N0863920.1
30274790803820,1

302852608N6300.1
302862N0862930.1
302852N0862950.1
303882N082980.1

302882N0862080.1
3028523N0862980.1
3028852N0892012.
302882N0863013,1
302852N0863013.1
30282N0863013.,
30285820863013.1
3028852 083013.1
302851N0883013.1


07-26-60
08-27-66
07-27-69
07-22-66
07-25-66
07-25-66
07-27-06
07-27-66
07-28-66
05-18-57

02-04-59
06-18-60
08-19-61
09-07-62
07-10-63
08-10-65
06-21-66
05-35-67
10-05-49
05-15-50
07-30-51
08-20-53
11-17-84
05-15-57
02-04-59


440
400
412
810
530
808
480
474
479
278

277
275
274

278
298
290
094
280
278
298
274
295
2903


302852N0863013.1 08-18-60 88 279
302832N0883013.1 07-19-61 88 280
302882N0863013.1 09-07-62 88 269
302852N0893013.1 07-10-63 88 280
302852N0863013.1 08-10-85 88 287
A In solution when analyzed.
B Calculated Na plum K, reported as Na.


79


78




72
72
72
72
72
72


71
68

70
72


72
72
72
72


OKALOSA COUNTY-4Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER-.Continued
.. .. I.. ,


6,5
6,6
6,7
18
17
12
7,0
6.3
6.6
23
27
28
22
28
22
20
22
22
21
24
22
20
21
19
24
26
22
22
20
20


84

95
98

98



14
13
11
13
14
12

17
14
13
12
13





514
B19
B18
91

24
18
17
21
23
16
IS


6.2
6,1
0,l
4.5
0,3
4.9
4,6
4.4
4.6
2,4
2.7
3.4
3.4
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.2
3,1





2.6
2.8
3.1
3 2
3.0
3.4
3.0


216
200
202
252
25B
244
232
228
206
156

168

160
lag
160
156
180
162
156
160
157
158
162
156
164
166
150
1586
186
160
155


4,0
4.4
58.
8.4
4,4
4,8
3,2
2.2
2,8
7,0
8,8
9.8
9.2
8.4
10
10
6.6
10
10
10

9.8
10
9.8
9.5
8.5

9.6
10
10
8.8
10


30
27
24
40
40
40
42
40
41
6.2
5.0
5.0
6.5
0.0
7,0
7.0
6.4
7.0
8.2
5.8

6.0
9.8
7.0
10
8.0
5.4
8.0
6.8
9.0
6.0


0.0
,4
,0
,0
.0
,0
.0
,0
.0
,1

.3
,I

.0
.0
,1



.3
.0

.1
.0


.0
.4
.3



.3
.0
.2


0,20
A,00
.55


.24
.00
.00
.02
.03
.01
.24
,02
,14
.03
.07
,00
1.8
.127
.16
.04
.09
.66
.00
.01
.05
.00
.03
.10


302
290

169
180
159
163
180
144

152
1238
162
152

151
179
151
171
167
170
167
199
174
156


257
242
238
308
311
301
289
286
284
163
104
162
184
166
163
163
185
163
175
181
15918
173
162
177
178
164
165
180
173
160


34
36
24
60
62
00
26
35
30
119
117
120
121
115
126
112
112
114
106
117
112
103
110
101
105
114
108
121
104
104


I


I


I


I


- -1 --I -I -I















Table 7, Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued


Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Ten- Nag- Po- Car- Total
Well of ence anoe per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodium tas- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron on- Col-
number ll- umber (iro- pH ature (810) alum sIum (Na) alum bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, oar- or
tion a os ( *) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCOj) (CO0) (Cl) () (N 0) at cu- magne- bon-
at 25*C) 180'C lated sium ate


302882N0863013.1
302852N0883013.1
302882N0803013.1
302887N0863107.1
302857N0863107.1

302887N0883107.1
302857N0863107.1
302867N0883107.1
302857N0863107.1
302857N08863107.1

302808N0863238.1
302808N0863238.1
302808N0803238.1
302808N0863238.1
302808N0863238.1

302808N0883238.1
3028080863238.1
302808N0883238.1
302808N0863238.1
302808N0863238.1

302808N0863238.1
302808N0883238.1
302808N0863238.1
30280N08083238.1
S302808N0863238.1

302859N0863258.1
302859N0863258.1
302859N0863288.1
302859N0883258.1
302859N0863258.1


06-21-66
07-28-66
05-25-67
10-07-60
07-17-81

09-07-62
07-10-63
08-16-65
06-29-66
08-28-87
05-25-67

10-05-49
05-16-50
07-30-81
11-03-52
08-18-53

11-18-54
05-18-57
02-04-89
08-18-60
07-19-81

09-07-62
07-09-63
08-10-65
086-2-66
05-24-67
02-08-59
08-18-60
07-18-61
09-07-62
0'-11-63


D Caloulatod Na plus K, reported as Na.


OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued

FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued


7.8 6.0 0.2
8.8 8.0 .3
9.2 8.0 .2
96,8 2.8 .
8.8 2.4 .4

9.2 3.0 .4
6.8 4.0 .4
9.6 3.6 .3
6.8 3.0 .3
8.8 5.0 .3

9.8 6.9 .2
9.3 6.8 .3
9.1 7.0 .2
9.1 8.6 .2
10 7.8 .2

10 4.0 .1
9.5 7.2 .2
.6 10 .8
8.7 5.6 .4
8.0 5.4 .4

8.8 3.5 .4
8.8 7.0 .1
10 4.0 .3
8.0 5.0 .2
8.4 8.0 .2

8.4 4.0 .3
8.8 3.9 .3
10 4.0 .4
8.8 4.0 .3
9.6 4.0 .3


0.0
.0
.1
.2
.1
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0

.0
.3
.3
.3
.0

.1
.4
.6
1.8
.0

.3
.0
.1
.1
.1

.0
.2
,2
.3
.0


0.07
.12
.00
.28
.44

.01
.74
S.06
.56
.24

.06
.21
.21
.21
.13

.51
.09
.02
.04
.09

.00
.04
.14
.07
.00

.02
.42
.39
.01
.04


161
189
184
161
155

160
149
156
146
158

1088
168
166
166
1868
170
162
18869
180
173
166

177
167
163
181
168

188
163
168
178
188



















Table 7. Chemical Analynpe and Temperature ato Ground Waterb in Okaloosa County and adJacent areas-.Contlnued

Ipeolllo Disrolved Hardnoex
Date Rotfr- conduct- TAm- Mag- Po. Car- Total old |
Well of *ncei nce per- ilies Cal- ne- Sodium tag- Blar-r bon- Sulfate Chio- Fluo- Ni.- roin -o Col.
numbWr colleo- number (micro- pH nature (SlO0) l lum stum (Na) hlum bonate ste (04) ride ride trite (rP) Residue Cal- Calctum, car- or
tion mhor (OF) (Ci) (Us) (K) (iCO|) (COg) (CI) (F) (tO) at cu- maine- boa-
at 25'C) 10o0C latd Niue ate
OKALOOA COUNTY.-Co0tinued
PLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued

302859Ns08e638.1 06-13-60 9O 270 7.6 18 22 15 13 3.0 162 0 ,.8 ,50 0.2 0,0 0.25 174 163 118 0 8
302869N0863288.1 05-25-67 92 265 7. -- 15 20 14 14 3.0 152 0 8.4 8.0 .2 .3 .00 154 160 110 0 5
302811k08630. 1-03-52 90 289 7.4 70 15 18 13 824 10 0 10 7,5 8. .5 .09 160 169 101 0 1
30281110863539.1 08-20-53 06 288 8.1 -- 15 18 13 824 -- 162 0 8.5 8,5 .2 .0 .21 16 189 98 0 2
302811NO63539.1 11-17-54 96 280 8.0 72 1 10 12 B26 -- 161 0 .92 7,2 .0 .61 166 169 97 0 7
302811N0863539.1 05-24-57 96 284 7.7 72 19 19 12 23 3.9 162 0 8.0 7.0 .4 .5 .37 160 173 97 0 3
302811N0863539.1 02-03-89 96 282 7,8 17 24 9.2 22 3.3 182 0 8.2 7.5 .4 1.0 .07 160 173 98 0 3
302811N0883539.1 11-07-60 96 254 7,2 -- .4 16 10 22 3.1 128 0 0.4 15 .1 .3 .33 138 142 81 0 2
3028110863839.1 08-18-60 96 283 7.5 -- 15 24 14 20 4.0 162 0 7,8 8.0 .4 .3 .19 163 174 118 0 1
3028110863239.1 07-17-61 96 283 7,9 72 16 19 12 23 3,7 160 0 8.0 8.6 .4 .0 .18 169 188 97 0 0
30281110868353.1 09-10-62 96 271 8.4 72 16 21 11 26 3.4 186 8 7.2 6.5 .4 .5 .00 189 177 98 0 3
302811N0883539.1 07-11-63 96 271 7.7 72 16 18 12 24 3.9 160 0 8.4 6.0 .3 .0 .04 174 168 96 0 a
302811$0863o39.1 08-16-05 96 282 8.1 72 16 18 12 22 3,4 158 0 8,8 6,0 .3 .1 .20 164 168 04 0 0
302811N08O6359.1 06-13-66 96 272 7.5 -- 16 1 13 21 3.9 184 0 6.8 6.0 .3 .0 .07 180 167 102 0 0
302811N0863839.1 05-25-67 96 283 7.4 16 19 12 21 3.4 162 0 7,2 7.0 .4 .0 .31 165 167 08 0 0
302952N0862842.1 08-09-65 07 230 7.7 72 12 17 12 11 3., 136 0 7,6 3.0 .3 .1 .34 144 133 92 0 0
30295210882542.1 06-14-66 97 241 7.9 -- 13 17 12 14 3.7 135 0 7.0 6.0 .2 .1 .24 130 140 92 0 0
302952N0882542.1 05-25-87 97 338 7.3 14 17 12 11 3,7 132 0 7.2 3,0 .3 .0 .22 126 134 92 0 0
302021(0862949.1 10-05-49 98 280 7.6 16 26 16 B10 186 0 10 4.0 .2 .2 .17 151 164 131 0 2
302921N0862949.1 05-15-50 98 286 7.6 73 14 25 15 B12 162 0 10 4.0 .2 .1 .47 161 161 124 0 3
302921N0862949.1 07-30-51 98 282 7.3 68 15 25 17 88.1 183 0 0.3 4.0 .3 .2 .16 152 159 132 0 6
302921H0862949.1 11-03-52 98 283 7.5 69 15 25 16 B10 163 0 0.3 4.6 .1 .3 .04 19 160 128 0 6
302921N0832948.1 08-19-53 98 283 8.1 -- 18 24 16 812 -- 166 0 8.8 4.8 .2 .2 .07 164 163 128 0 3
30292110882949.1 11-17-54 98 274 7.9 70 14 25 15 813 168 0 1 0 4.2 .2 1. 18 12 124 0 5
302921N0886249.1 05-18-57 98 280 7.7 70 18 24 16 9.0 2.5 165 0 11 3.0 ,2 .2 .80 158 163 126 0 1
3020210882940.1 02-04-58 98 280 7.9 -- 16 31 11 11 2.8 167 0 8.4 4.5 .2 .3 .08 157 167 122 0 4
302921N0882949.1 08-18-60 98 280 8.1 -- 1 30 14 10 3.0 178 0 9.0 2.6 .3 .0 .02 174 171 132 0 1
302921N08O2949.1 07-19-61 98 281 8.1 72 15 28 14 12 3.0 188 0 8.4 3.5 .2 .2 .02 164 165 122. 0 2
302921N0862949.1 09-07-62 98 278 8.0 72 18 26 14 12 3.0 168 0 8.4 4.0 .3 .0 .02 102 167 122 0 2
302921N0862049.1 07-10-63 98 270 7.7 72 12 27 14 9.6 3.2 168 0 8.8 3.0 .1 .0 ,04 144 161 126 0 5












Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas-Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Reter- conduct- Tom- Nag- Po- Car- Total oli a
Well of once dance per- Silica Cal- no- Sodium tas- Blear- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Flue- Ni- iron Non- Col-
anuber colle- number (micro- pH ature (8102) olm lsium (Na) ium bonate ate (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion aho (F) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (NBCO) (COa) Cl) (F) (NO3) at ou- magne- bon-
at 25'C) 180'C lated sum ate
OKALOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued


302921N0862949.1 08-10-65 98 o90
302921N0862949.1 06-21-66 98 284
302921N0862949.1 05-25-67 98 292
302903N0863032.1 10-08-49 99 269
30290030863032.1 05-15-50 99 270
30290320863032.1 07-30-51 99 277
302902N0863032.1 11-03-82 99 267
300290N0863032.1 08-20-83 99 272
302902N0863032.1 11-17-84 99 260
302902N0863032.1 05-18-57 99 274
302902N0863032.1 02-02-89 99 264
302902N0863030.1 08-18-60 99 267
302002H0883032.1 07-19-61 99 268
302902N0863032.1 09-07-62 99 257
302902N0863032.1 08-10-65 99 273
302902N0863032.1 08-21-66 99 280
302902N0863032.1 05-25-67 99 270
302903N0863019.1 10-10-60 100 273
303903N0803019.1 07-19-61 100 273
30290310863019.1 09-07-62 100 272
302903N0863019.1 07-10-63 100 260
302903N0863019.1 08-10-65 100 287
302903N0863019.1 06-21-66 100 280
302903N0863019.1 05-25-67 100 375
302910N0863015,1 10-05-49 101 272
302910N0863015.1 05-15-80 101 280
302910N0863018.1 07-30-51 101 272
302910N0863015.1 11-17-84 101 267
302910N0803015.1 05-15-87 101 275
302910N0863015.1 02-02-89 101 268
0 Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.


7.9 72 15 23
8.3 -- 14 24
7.6 -- 15 24
7.9 -- 16 23
8.0 72 18 24
7.4 69 18 23
7.3 70 15 24
7.8 -- 14 22
7.8 70 15 23
7.7 72 16 22
7.8 -- 17 25
8.0 -- 18 20
8.1 72 15 22
8.3 72 18 22
7.7 72 14 22
7.7 -- 14 22
7.8 -- 15 21
7,8 -- 14 23
7.7 72 18 22
8.5 72 18 22
7.8 72 16 20
7.7 '72 14 21
7.7 -- 14 21
7.8 -- 12 22
7.8 -- 16 24
7.3 72 13 25
7.3 69 18 23
7.9 -- 18 23
7.6 72 16 23
R.O .. 1i o.


18 11
15 10
18 12
15 811
14 812
14 813
14 B11
14 815
14 813
14 11

13 13
18 13
14 14
14 17
14 12
14 14
14 13I
13 17
14 14
13 22
15 17
13 18
14 18
13 13
18 B12
14 813
18 B12
18 813
15 11
13 12


2.6
3.0
2.9






2.7
2.6
2.0
2.8
3.4
2.6
2.8
3.2
3.1
3.0
3.3
2.9
3.4
2.8
3.2
3.0




3.7
2.6


166
188
166
186
186

15488
184
188
186
185
188
18
160
185
18856
186
162
164
184
156
186
187
160
180
188
160
187
187
161
181


8.8
6.8
6.4
10
9.6
9.5
10
9.5
10
9.2
8.4
8.4
8.0
9.2
9.2
7.6
9.,
8.8
8.8
9.2
8.2
10
lo
7.3
8.4
11
11
9.8
11
8.5
9.7


0.2
.2
.1
.2
.2
.1
.2
.2
.0
.2
.3
.3
.3
.4
.3
.2
.2
.3
.4
.4
.8
.3
.2
.2
.2
.1
.3
.1
.2
.0


0.0
.1
.1

.3
.3

.3
.1
.0
.2

.4
.3
.1
.4
.0
.1
.4
.3
.0
.2
.0
.0
.1
.3
.2
.2
.3
.1
.5
.5


0.04
.06
.00
.07
.28
.21
.12
.05
.23
.82
.--
.03
.04
.00
.09
.17
.00
.37
.08
.00
.04
.07
.06
.02
.08
.23
.70
.09
1.6
.00


168
142
180
144
148
148
149
161
185
180
148
154
161
172
184
144
148
164
1688
181
172
178
142
180
148
183
150
145
180
147


168 119 0
159 122 0
185 122 0
186 119 0
155 117 0
184 115 0
184 117 0
187 112 0
186 118 0
158 112 0
161 116 0
187 112 0
189 112 0
160 112 0
188 112 0
160 112 0
188 110 0
168 108 0
188 112 0
175 108 0
161 112 0
189 106 0
160 110 0
184 109 0
160 122 0
159 120 0
186 119 0
189 119 0
160 119 0
103 116 0


0





0



zJ









pb
























Table 7, Cheearli Analygeu and Temperstureu oa Ground Waters in sOklooa8 County sad adjacent area--Continued


Ipcliafc ODlgolvdI HIlrdned.
Date Reer- onducl- Teo- Mayg Po- Ciar Total oli d I
Well oft eaI oon O per- S lio Oil. ne- Sodium ti. Biear. bon- Sulfltt Chlo- Fluol- Iron Non- Col
number oollec. number (aLoro- pH ,ture (01) oaum au (Na) am bonate te (84) ride rid. trate (Fe) Reidue Cal- Caloium, car- or
lton mbho (') (CA) (Ng) (K) (HC ) (CO) (Cl) (F) (NO.) at ou- ma boa-
at 283C) 180'C lated glum ato


08-18-60 101
07-10-81 101
09-07-62 101
07-10-683 101
08-10-65 101
06-21-68 101
05-25-67 101
05-24-57 106
02-04-659 106
08-18-80 106
07-17-61 100
07-10-63 106
08-00-86 106
06-13-86 106
08-20-53 107
05-23-57 107
02-04-59 107
08-18-60 107
07-17-61 107
09-07-62 107
07-11-63 107
08-16-65 107
06-13-66 107
05-25-67 107
11-07-60 108
07-17-61 100
09-10-62 108
07-11-63 108
08-16-65 108
06-13-66 108


237
274
263
265
281
280
282
261
268
265
2683
250
281
258
289
288
261
265
270
261
262
280
260
278
262
265
257
262
250
302


B Calculated 1n plus K, reported as Na.


72
72
72
72


72


73
72
73





72
72
72





73
72
72


25
26
22
22
22
21
22
22
28
24
22
223
21
22
21
22
25
22
24
24
22
21
23
22
26
22
24
22
20
22


OKALOOSA COUNTY.-Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFIR--Contlnued


2,8
3.3
2,8
3.3
3.2
3.2
3.0
3.3
2.8
3.0
3.3
3.4
3.2
3.2

3.2
2.8
2.7
3.5
3.1
3.2
3.1
3.0
3.1
3.0
3.2
2.8
3.2
3.2
3.1


186
188
166
180
160
188
188
185
188
161
156
188
1856
188
157
185
187
187
185
154
184
155
186
186
186
188
150
186
155
518


0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
a















8
0
0
0


9,0
9,6
8.8
9,6
9.2
8.0
0.2
.23
9.2
7.8
8.4
8.0
10
7.2
11
9,8
9.6
8.8
13
6.8
9.6
10
8.0
9.8
9.2
8.8
0.8
10
9.2
8.0


4,0
5.0
5,0
5,0
4,4
8.0
6.0
3,0
3,8
3.0
2.6
4.02
,.0
3,0
4.2
3.0
4.5
2.4
3.0
3.0

3.5
4.0
4.0
8.0
3.0
3.0
3,5
3.0
2.0
16


0,5
.3
.4
.3
,3
.2
.2
.2
.4
.3
.4
.3
.4
.3
.4
.3
.6
.0
.4
.2
.4
.3
.3
.3
.4
.2
.4
1.1
.3
.3


0,4 0.04
.0 ,20
.3 .01
.0 .03
.0 .03
.0 .05
.3 ,00
.3 .44
.9 .69
.1 .48
.1 .88
.0 .87
.1 .62
.0 .81
.0 .14
.3 .09
.1 .02
.4 .07
.1 .00
.0 .02
.0 .22
.0 .10
.0 .08
.0 .29
.3 .27
.4 .11
.3 .00
.0 .27
.0 .63
.2 .52


118

188
163
148
155
145
152
180
159
158
160
186
157
152
149
155
161
172

163
136
170
152

180
170
160
168
oo00


161
163
177
181
1850

189

150
154
162
158
155
157
180
185
161
166
118
186
163
186
188
168




181
177
177


1
0
3
0
0
5
4
4
3
0
5
0
0
3
3
6
2
2
2

3
0
0
0
3
3
0
3
0
0


3029010883015,1
30291010863015.1
30290100863018.1
302910N0863015.1
302910N086301B5.1
30291090883015.1
302910M0863016,1
302394N0863108.1
302924N0883108.1
302924M0863108.1
302924M0863108.1
30292410863108.1
302924N1083108.1
302924N0863108.1
30292810863119.1
302926N0863119.1
30293820863119.1
30292680863119.1
30292680863119,1
302926N0863119,1
30292N60883119.1
30292680863119.1
30292860863119.1
30292860883119.1
302939N0863158.1
30298390863188.1
302939N0863158.1
302939N0863158.1
303939N0863158.1
30293910883158.1


I


I I











Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okalooma County and adjacent areas--Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Tea- Mag- Po Car- Total ao
Well of eano ance per- Silica Cal- en- Sodium tas- Bacar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Pluo- Ni- iron Non- Col-
number colle- number (micro- pa nature (810,) aa sium (Na) aIum bonate ate (SO4) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal Calcium, car- or
tion bho ('7) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO3) (COO) (Cl) (7) (NO,) at ou- magne- bon-
at 25C ) 180'C late aiu te
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
PLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued
302939N0863158.1 05-25-67 108 270 7.5 -- 15 21 14 12 3.1 156 0 8.0 5.0 0.3 0.0 0.47 149 156 110 0
303039N0882839.1 02-02-66 109 259 -- 75 14 22 14 9.5 3.0 180 0 7.2 3.0 .3 .0 147 112 0 5
303013110863516.1 10-06-49 115 282 7.7 -- 16 23 15 14 161 0 10 4.9 .2 .1 .74 151 163 119 0 5
30301350863516.1 05-15-50 115 282 7.6 69 19 24 15 914 -- 14 0 11 4.0 .2 .2 .77 163 168 122 0 2
303013N0863516.1 51 11 285 8.1 -- 18 23 15 815 168 0 10 4.6 .1 .2 .45 186 164 119 0 2
303013H0863810.1 07-30-; 1 115 311 7.4 69 15 26 15 B15 -- 166 0 15 4.9 .2 .1 .22 167 173 127 0 4
303013N0863516.1 11-03-52 115 281 7.6 15 23 15 15 12 0 12 3.9 .2 .2 2 .0 167 164 119 0 6
303013N0863816.1 08-20-53 115 285 8.1 -- 15 23 14 B18 166 0 10 5.0 .2 .1 .11 163 167 115 0 1
303013N0863516.1 11-18-84 118 272 7.8 70 15 23 1 10 -- 162 0 12 4.2 .2 .0 .14 148 164 119 0 6
303013N0863516.1 05-24-57 115 279 7.8 72 18 23 14 13 3.2 164 0 9.8 3.2 .4 .3 .06 157 166 115 0 3
30301350863516.1 02-04-59 115 279 7.8 -- 1 29 11 14 2.2 167 0 .9 3.5 .3 .2 '.78 159 169 118 0
303013N0863516.1 08-18-60 115 279 8.0 -- 16 24 14 14 2.6 164 0 9.0 4.0 .5 .4 .16 161 166 118 0 1
303013H0863516.1 07-05-61 115 275 8.1 72 15 22 15 15 3.0 166 0 8.4 4.0 .3 .0 .37 171 168 116 0 0
303013N0868616.1 09-07-62 115 274 8.0 72 16 23 14 14 2.8 164 0 8.0 5.0 .3 .0 .04 156 164 115 0 8
303013N0863516.1 06-23-65 115 272 7.6 72 15 17 11 22 3.8 160 0 8.2 3.0 .4 .0 .06 146 159 88 0 0
303021H0863816.1 10-06-49 116 276 7.7 16 24 15 14 -- 164 0 11 3.8 .2 .2 .17 181 106 122 0 2
303021N0863516.1 05-15-80 116 285 7.5 72 18 24 14 B15 164 0 9.5 3.8 .2 .3 .24 160 166 117 0 3
303021N0863516.1 07-30-51 116 283 8.0 -- 15 23 14 17 163 0 9.5 4.8 .2 .3 .40 161 164 115 0 8
30302120863516.1 07-30-51 116 302 7.7 68 17 23 15 813 -- 163 0 8.5 3.8 .1 .2 .24 151 161 119 0 4
303021N0863516.1 11-03-52 116 279 7.0 69 15 22 14 B16 -- 156 0 10 4.6 .3 .4 .10 164 168 112 0 1
303021N0863516.1 11-03-52 116 271 7.7 72 16 24 15 814 164 0 11 3.8 .2 .0 .20 156 165 123 0 3
303021N0863616.1 08-20-53 116 281 8.2 16 23 15 18 -- 165 0 9.5 4.9 .1 .0 .49 158 104 119 0 4
303021N0863516.1 11-17-54 116 271 8.0 70 15 23 14 817 164 0 10 4.2 .1 .2 .67 162 1665 11 0 6
303021N0863516.1 0-24-87 116 279 7.8 72 18 23 14 13 3.2 164 0 6.8 3.5 .4 .2 .61 153 163 115 0 3
303021N0863516.1 02-04-59 116 273 8.1 18 26 12 14 2.3 167 0 8.2 5.0 .0 .2 .89 156 165 114 0 5
303021N0863516.1 08-18-60 116 282 8.0 16 2 13 14 2.8 166 0 9.6 3.0 .3 .3 .16 165 166 116 0 5
30302180663516.1 07-05-61 116 263 7.9 72 11 24 12 18 2.9 166 0 .8 3.0 .3 .0 .68 157 151 110 0 0
303021N0863516.1 09-05-62 116 273 7.8 72 16 25 13 14 2.8 160 0 9.2 3.0 .3 .1 .89 148 162 116 0 5
3002120863816.1 07-1-63 116 260 7.8 68 16 22 15 16 3.1 162 0 8.4 4.6 .3 .0 .10 166 165 116 0 5
303021N0863516.1 08-23-63 116 237 7.8 72 16 31 13 15 2.8 160 0 9.4 4.0 .3 .0 .07 180 160 166 0 0
B Calculated Na plus K, reported aa Na.



















Tablu 7, Cheillica Analyulo lid TuimilpjurAturaU of Oround Watura In OkClooae County and adjucunt areau--Contlnuud

Spectlto Dissolved Hardneas
Date Retfr- conduct- Tam- Mlag- Po- Car- Total ol
Woll of once ance por- Silica Cal- ne. Sodium ta.- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- N1- iron on.- Col-
nwnbor collue- number (micro- p)l ature (810l) aium uium (Na) l mn bonatu at@e (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal. Calcium, car- or
tlon l hoa ('F) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HICO) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (NO) at ou- magnet. bon-
at 28'C) 180'C lated ilun te
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER-.Continued

303021N0863818.1 00-16-60 116 260 7,9 17 22 15 14 2.7 162 0 7.6 3,.0 0,3 0.0 0.12 161 162 117 0 5
303021N0863816.1 05-29-67 116 270 8.1 -- 16 23 14 13 .8 160 0 8,4 4,0 .3 .0 .08 148 161 116 0 0
303113N0868919.1 04-19-50 119 288 7. -- 17 28 17 6.4 2,6 176 0 12 2.0 .0 .2 -* 160 173 140 0 2
303120N0862900.1 10-05-40 120 284 7.7 -- 14 27 17 7.3 -- 170 0 9,1 2,8 .1 .2 ,14 150 161 137 0 5
303126N0862920.1 05-18-50 120 290 7, 72 15 28 17 6.2 -- 16i 0 8,7 3.8 .1 .1 .23 168 162 140 0 2
303126N0862920.1 07-30-81 120 284 6.9 68 14 27 17 6.7 -- 169 0 8.3 3.0 .1 .3 .24 181 189 137 0 3
303126N0862920.1 11-03-82 120 281 7.6 69 14 29 17 5.4 -- 169 0 10 3.0 .2 .3 ,09 187 162 142 4 2
303126N0862920.1 08-20-83 120 288 8.0 14 27 17 7.8 -- 171 0 8,0 3.9 .1 .1 .45 164 162 137 0 2
303126N0863922.1 11-17-84 120 275 7.8 70 13 27 17 8.5 171 0 10 3.8 .1 .1 .14 145 163 137 0 5
303126N0866020.1 05-158-7 120 280 7.7 72 15 26 17 0.8 2.0 171 0 0.2 3.5 .1 .4 .08 161 164 135 0 1
30312600862920.1 02-03-0 120 283 7.8 -- 16 30 15 5,8 2.4 171 0 8.0 3.5 .2 .4 .02 I25 1o 136 0 3
303126N0862020,1 08-3-60 120 286 7,7 14 30 I1 6.0 2.7 100 0 13 2.0 .3 .1 .05 169 167 136 0 3
303120o0862929.1 07-17-61 190 282 6.1 72 14 27 1t 6.1 2.9 172 0 8.8 2.5 ,1 .1 .07 161 162 134 0 4
303126N0886209.1 09-11-02 120 276 8.0 72 15 30 15 6.6 2, 168 0 7,6 3.0 ,4 .0 .00 173 163 136 0 0
303126N0862929.1 07-09-63 120 270 7.7 72 14 28 17 5.6 2.6 172 0 8.0 3.0 .0 .0 .18 174 163 140 0 8
3031260N862029.1 08-09-80 120 290 7.8 72 14 26 16 6,6 2.6 171 0 8.4 3.6 .2 .1 .11 132 162 131 0 0
303120N0862029.1 06-14-60 120 281 7.7 -- 18 26 16 6.3 2.6 170 0 6.6 3.0 .2 .1 .14 134 160 131 0 0
303126N0862029.1 05-28-67 120 287 7.4 -- 14 26 16 6.7 2.7 188 0 7.6 5.0 .2 .0 .14 150 162 132 0 0
303136N0863946.1 08-30-68 122 510 8.2 -- 8.1 5.4 3.2 106 5.9 248 0 .4 38 .9 .2 .05 284 290 26 0 0
303211N0802929.1 08-20-53 123 288 8.0 -- 14 20 17 9.1 -- 171 0 8.8 3.8 .1 .0 .33 166 163 138 0 1
303211N0862029.1 11-17-54 123 275 7.9 70 14 26 17 8.8 -- 169 0 10 3.0 ,3 .0 .87 158 102 138 0 0
303211N0862929.1 05-24-57 123 278 7.7 72 16 20 16 7.9 2.6 169 0 8.0 2.5 .3 .3 .19 164 163 131 0 3
303241N0864017.1 09-21-62 120 590 8.0 72 12 4.0 1.9 135 5.0 302 0 .0 45 1.0 1.7 .03 350 385 18 0 5
303241N0804617.1 07-15-63 128 060 7.8 6B 11 4.0 4.4 140 5.1 290 0 .4 46 1.0 .7 .32 352 380 28 0 5
303241N0804617.1 08-30-68 125 560 7.9 -- 12 2.7 2.0 138 5.1 308 0 .4 44 1.4 .3 .17 342 358 14 0 5
303241N0864017.1 06-16-66 128 581 7,7 -- 13 3.1 2.0 127 4.9 296 0 .4 44 1.8 1.3 .20 370 343 16 0 5
303241N0864617.1 08-29-67 12 8 860 8.2 -- 11 3.1 1.9 132 4.8 208 0 .4 44 15, .9 .42 348 347 16 0 0
303431N0862645.1 10-06-49 130 230 7.8 -- 14 19 11 1 -- 140 0 5.0 2.6 ,s .2 .75 128 136 93 0 1
303431N080264,.1 05-16-50 130 247 7.7 72 12 24 13 8.4 -- 144 0 9.0 2.8 .1 .1 .81 137 140 113 0 2
303431N0862045.1 07-30-51 130 251 7.5 68 16 24 14 7.7 -- 147 0 8.1 3.1 .2 .8 .27 135 146 117 0 7
B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.









Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Te- Mag- Po- Car- Total soli
Well of ence ance per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodium tas- Bioar- ban- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron Non- Col-
number collec- number (micro- pH nature (Si0) cium sium (Na) sium bonate ate (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion amho (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO,) (CO0) (Cl) (F) (NOS) at nu- magne- ben-
at 28"C) 180C late sium ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued
303431N0862645.1 11-03-52 130 235 7.7 70 12 20 12 B13 -- 140 0 7.2 3.0 0.6 0.8 0.20 130 137 99 0 7
303431N0862645.1 08-20-53 130 251 8.4 -- 13 24 14 B10 -- 138 6 9.0 4.8 .2 .2 .20 150 149 117 4 2
303431N0862848,1 11-18-54 130 241 7.9 70 13 23 14 B8.1 -- 144 0 9.8. 8 .8 .1 .2 .20 135 142 115 0 6
303431N0862645.1 05-24-57 130 241 7.6 72 13 23 13 6.5 2.3 143 0 7.8 2.2 .2 .1 .31 140 138 111 0 3
303431N0862048,1 08-18-60 130 239 7.9 13 25 11 9.0 2.5 144 0 6.3 1.8 .4 .1 .28 141 140 108 0 1
303431N0862045,1 07-05-61 130 239 8.3 72 11 23 13 6.6 2.5 138 2 7.6 2.2 .8 .2 .57 134 137 111 0 2
303431N0862645.1 09-06-62 130 241 7.7 72 13 24 13 6.5 2.4 144 0 7.6 2.0 .3 ,1 .14 132 140 114 0 5
303431N0862045,1 07-10-63 130 230 7.7 68 12 24 13 7,4 2.6 144 0 7.8 2.0 .1 .0 .18 154 140 112 0 5
303431N0862645.1 08-23-68 130 244 7.6 72 12 22 13 8.6 2.5 146 0 8.0 2.0 .1 ,0 .02 110 140 108 0 0
303431N0882645.1 06-17-66 130 246 7.6 12 22 14 6.2 2.5 145 0 6.6 2.0 .1 .1 .30 146 136 112 0 0
303431N0862645.1 05-24-67 130 240 7.4 -- 12 22 13 6.6 2.4 143 0 7.2 3.0 .2 ,4 .00 128 137 109 0 8
303441N0882039,1 10-06-49 131 241 7.6 -- 13 24 14 87.3 -- 146 0 9,3 2.5 .1 .2 .03 131 142 117 0 1
303441N0862639.1 05-16-50 131 247 7.4 72 11 24 14 B5.8 -- 142 0 9.0 2.8 .1 .2 1.2 131 137 117 0 2
303441N0862639.1 11-03-52 131 243 7.06 9 12 24 14 6.7 -- 143 0 9.6 2.6 .3 .4 .11 134 140 117 0 2
303441N0862639.1 08-20-53 131 246 8.0 -- 12 23 14 B8.1 -- 145 0 8.0 3.7 .1 .0 .11 142 140 115 0 3
303441N0862039.1 11-18-54 131 241 7.9 70 13 23 14 B8.1 -- 144 0 9.8 2.8 .1 .2 .20 135 142 111 0 6
303441N0862639,1 07-30-57 131 240 8.0 72 12 22 14 6,4 2.3 144 0 5.8 2.5 .4 .0 .33 132 136 11i 0 3
303441N0862639.1 02-08-59 131 238 7.8 -- 13 27 12 5.4 1.8 143 0 7.4 2.8 .2 .3 .67 130 140 117 I 5
303441N0892639.1 08-18-60 131 224 7.5 12 16 8,3 23 3.0 138 0 2.0 3.0 .9 .7 .21 133 135 66 J 1
303441N0862039 1 07-05-61 131 242 8.0 72 12 22 15 5.7 2.5 144 0 8.8 2.0 .1 .1 .29 139 139 118 0 3
303441N0802639.1 07-08-62 131 230 7.8 72 12 14 9.0 25 2.8 138 0 2.0 2.5 .9 .4 .38 150 137 72 0 2
303441N0862639.1 07-10-63 131 220 7.8 68 12 22 13 8.4 2.4 142 0 6.0 3.0 .3 .0 .31 142 137 110 0 5
303441N086200391 08-23-65 131 228 7.4 72 1 1 12 7.2 26 2.7 138 0 1.2 2.0 .7 .0 .19 106 132 60 0 0
303441N0862639.1 06-17-66 131 235 7.5 -- 12 24 14 5.6 2.2 144 0 6.8 2.0 .1 .0 .09 152 138 18 10 5
303441N0862639,1 05-24-87 131 255 7.5 -- 13 23 13 5.6 2.2 146 0 6.8 2.0 .1 .2 .00 127 138 112 0 5
303512N0883751.1 10-06-49 134 260 7.7 -- 16 28 13 BB.5 154 0 10 3.4 .1 .1 .29 143 155 123 0 2
303812N0803751.1 05-15-50 134 265 7.6 71 19 29 13 B6.7 -- 153 0 9.4 3.4 .1 .2 1.2 152 158 126 0 2
303512N0863751.1 07-30-51 134 264 6.9 68 17 26 13 810 -- 153 0 9.1 4.2 .1 .2 .75 146 155 118 0 1
303512N0863751.1 11-03-52 134 263 7.7 70 10 28 13 8.6 -- 153 0 10 3.8 .2 .4 .21 147 155 123 0 9
303512N0863751.1 08-20-53 134 266 7.9 -- 15 27 13 B10 -- 153 0 10 4.5 .2 .1 ,42 188 155 121 0 4
0 Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.

















Table 7, Chemical Analyrse and Temperatures ot Oround Waters in Okalooa* County and adjsoent areas--Contlnued

speclfic Di*olved Hardnes
Date Refer. conduct- Te- Ma- Po- Car- Total od "
Well of once ance p r- Silica Cal. nr- Sodium ta.- Bicar. ban- Sulfate Chlo. Fluo- NI. Iron o- o. Col.
number collon. number (ioro- pH ature (slUo) aolun c lu (Na) alum bonate ate (a04) ride ride trate (p) Residue Cal- Callcum, car or
tion abho ('F) (Ca) (Mg) (I) (ICOg) (CO0) (C) (F) (NO,) at ou- magne- bon.
at 25'C) 80'C :latd slum ate
OKALOOBA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued
303512N0883751.1 11-22-54 134 258 7.9 70 18 27 13 10 -- 154 0 10 4.0 0.1 0.0 0.55 151 156 11 ii 0
30352110863751.1 05-23-57 134 362 7.7 72 17 26 12 8.4 2.9 154 0 5.2 3.2 .3 .2 .48 150 151 114 0 3
303512N0883751.1 07-05-61 134 185 8.0 72 11 13 11 86. 2,8 104 0 8.0 4.0 .2 .0 .08 110 110 78 0 0
303512N0883751.1 02-04-59 134 280 7.8 18 32 9.2 9. 1.9 156 0 8.2 3 .0 -2 149 167 118 0 6
303512N0883761.1 08-18-60 134 271 7.7 16 29 12 9.3 2.0 187 0 9.8 3.5 .2 .1 .08 158 159 122 0 5
303512N0863751.1 07-16-63 134 240 7.7 68 16 26 13 8,8 3,4 158 0 8.4 4.0 .0 .0 .04 158 18 120 0 5
303513N0883751.1 08-23-68 134 280 7.8 72 16 26 12 8.5 2.4 154 0 8.8 3.0 .2 .1 .07 154 153 114 0 0
303517N0893801.1 10-06-49 135 270 7.5 -- 16 28 13 11 157 0 12 3.5 .1 .1 .18 150 181 123 0 2
303517N0883801.1 00-19-50 135 269 7.7 72 16 27 13 10 155 0 10 4.0 .1 .2 .59 182 158 131 0 7
303517N0803801.1 07-30-51 135 266 7.0 88 15 26 13 10 -- 14 0 9.2 3, .2 .2 .45 144 153 118 0 2
S03517N0883801.1 11-03-82 135 267 7.8 89 11 20 9.6 24 -- 17 0 6.4 3.4 .8 ,a .27 150 153 89 0 4
303617N0863801.1 08-20-3 135 274 8.0 -- 1 24 12 16 17 0 9.0 4,8 .2 .0 .40 160 158 109 0 4
303517H0863801.1 11-22-54 135 261 7.9 70 15 25 13 13 155 0 11 3.8 .1 .1 .14 143 157 118 0 6
303517N0863801.1 05-23-57 135 267 7.8 72 16 26 13 9.4 2.9 166 0 9.0 3.2 .3 .1 .24 151 157 118 0 3
303517N0863801.1 02-04-89 135 260 7.7 -- 1 30 10 9.0 2.3 154 0 9.2 5.0 .2 .4 .38 103 188 116 0 a
303517N0863801.1 08-18-60 13 2685 7.6 -- 1 30 12 7.4 2.6 154 0 8.8 2.2 .3 .2 .06 185 154 134 0 1
303517N0863801.1 07-05-61 135 271 8.1 72 15 26 13 10 2.8 158 0 0 10 3.3 .2 .1 .00 19s 159 11 0 2
303817N0863801.1 09-06-62 135 258 7.8 72 16 27 12 9.6 2.5 152 0 8.4 4,0 .6 .1 .50 136 105 117 0 5
303517N088S301.1 07-15-63 135 250 7.7 68 16 26 13 10 2.7 156 0 8.0 4,0 .2 ,0 ,70 158 157 118 0 5
30351710863801.1 08-23-65 135 256 7.8 72 15 26 12 9.6 2.5 154 0 9.3 3.0 .2 .0 .15 162 154 114 0 0
303517N0863801.1 06-16-66 135 263 7.7 -- 15 25 12 9,8 2.4 156 0 7.0 3.0 .2 .0 .13 172 182 112 0 0
303517N0883801.1 05-25-a7 135 209 8.0 14 26 13 11 2.6 154 0 6.4 4.0 .3 ,0 .34 144 183 115 0 0
303733N0864410.1 10-06-49 138 466 7.9 23 15 8.9 79 228 0 8.0 36 .4 .4 .53 274 282 74 0 4
303733N0884410.1 0S-1i-50 138 460 7.4 72 18 14 8.1 7 -- 218 0 6.3 39 .5 .2 3.0 268 271 6B 0 7
303733NO864410.1 07-30-51 138 480 7.3 71 21 14 8.6 80 322 0 4,8 40 .4 .5 .54 273 279 70 0 10
303733N0864410.1 11-03-52 138 461 7.6 69 21 15 8.4 77 221 0 6.1 38 .4 .4 .22 270 273 72 0 1
303733N0864410.1 08-20-3 138 472 8.2 -- 19 13 86 81 224 0 6.0 38 .4 .2 1.2 283 277 88 0 23
303733N0864410.1 11-22-54 138 484 8.0 70 20 15 7.7 79 222 0 6.0 37 .4 .2 ,12 278 274 89 0 B
303733N0864410.1 05-29-57 138 472 8.0 72 22 16 7.8 76 5.4 228 0 8.5 38 .6 .5 .25 274 287 72 0 3
303733N0864410.1 05-18-60 138 468 8.1 20 18 10 74 5.0 225 0 4.9 37 .5 .6 .00 271 279 81 0 1
B Caloulated Na plus K, reported an Na.








Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okalooaa County and adjacent areas--Continued


Specific Dissolved Hardnese
Date Refer- conduot- Tem- Mag- Po- Car- Total ol
Well of ence ane per- Silia Cal- ne- Sodium ta Bar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron Non- Col-
number olloo- number (micro- pH aturo (S10) cium ium (Na) sium bonate ate (0S4) ride ride trato (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion mhoa (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCOa) (CO) (C) (F ( (NCO) at ou- magn bon-
at 2"C) 180oC lated alum ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AOUIFER--Contlnued


303733N0864410,1
303733N0884410,1
303733N0864410.1
303745N08684431.1
303745N0864421.1
303745N0864421.1
303745N0864421.1
303745H0864421.1
30374580864421.1
303745N0864421.1
30374510864421.1
303745N0864421,1
303745N0864421.1
30374510864421.1
30374510884421.1
303745N0884421.1
303745N0884431,1
3037485N084421.1
3037461N0864421.1
303820N0862418.1
303820N0862418.1
30308300862418.1
303840N0863141.1
303849N0863141.1
303849N0883141,1
30384910883141.1
303849N0863141.1

30384010883141.1
30384910883141.1
303849N0863141.1
303849N0883141.1


09-10-62
08-23-65
05-26-67
10-06-49
05-18-50
07-30-51
11-03-52
08-20-53
11-322-54
05-39-57
02-04-59
08-18-60
07-05-61
09-20-62
07-15-63
08-23-65
06-16-66
05-26-67
08-24-60
06-17-66
05-25-67
10-06-49
08-10-50
07-30-51
11-03-52
11-22-54
05-24-57
02-04-59
07-05-61
09-05-62


801
430
460
458
469
454
466
478
487
474
451
458
466
452
450
430
460
467
200
209
210
270
287
274
273
261
270
265
371
203


B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.


72
72

72

73
88
--


70
72


72
72
68
72
-.







73
69
70

70
72
72
72


84
76
77
876
B78
B79
877
B81
B82
78

73
84
77
74
87

77
73
80
15
58.
10
04.4
B4.6
81.9
B3.8
BSe
86.58
3.8
4.4
3.8
3.9


8.1
4.7
5.0






5.5
4.3
4.9
5.4
5.0
5'3
5.2
4.9
5.0
3.1
2.0
2.3





3.1
1.3
2.0
1,7


224 0
224 0
220 0
216 0
218 0

219 0
218 0
222 0
224 0
236 0

323 0
208 12
322 0
216 0
224 0

224 0
224 0
226 0
121 0
123 0
120 0
163 0
161 0
101 0
160 0
160 0
163 0
164 0
162 0
160 0


5.2
4.8
4.0
6.4
6.1
5.8
6.1
5.5
6.8
4.8

5.1
.1
5.2
2.8
9.2

5.6
3.6
.0
.0
7,.
3.6
9.8
11
8.6
9.7
9.0
8.2
8.4
9.2
8.0


38
38
38
35
38

37
38
40
40
39
38
34
38
37
40

, 37
38
40
3.0
2.0
3.5
3.8
5.6
3.5
2.9

3.5
2.8
4.0
2.4
3.0


0,6
.5
.5
.4
.4

.6
.4
.3
.4
.6
.1
.7
.4
.5
.3

.6
.8
.5
.9
.5
.6
.0
.1
.1
.32
.1
.2
.0
.2
.3


0,1 0,01
.1 .03
,0 .12
.6 .07
,1 .59
.4 .20
.4 .39
.1 .12
.0 .44
.6 .48
.6
.7 .49
.1 .33
.1 .07
.0 .05

.1 .10
.0 .09
.0 .58
.0 .67
.0 .15

.0 .23
.0 .29
.1 3.1
.1 .25
.1 .20
.0 .23
.1 .05
.1 .09
.0 .11
,1 .01


290
276
371
264
278
289
273
287
284
279
270
278
286
258
383
378
294
265
98
140
121
146
181
145
149
152
145
151
154
134


287
278
276
268
275

275
371
277
282
283
275
274
277
267
294

277
274
271
116
124
117
156
163
152
184

153
187
157
188
153


68
68
70
70
70

69
689
69
70
67
68
01
70
68
68

64
66
62
64
100
83
138
142
141
138
132
134
132
134
130


0 3
0 0
0 0
0 6
0 2

0 2
0 2
0 3
0 9
0 3
0 5
0 6
0 3
0 5
0 5
0 0
0 5
0 0
0 0
0 5
0 5
0 2
0 2
0 3
7 2
0 8
0 3
0 4
1 0
0 5





-
















Table 7 Chealoil Analyses and Temperatures oft round Vaters In Okaloosa County and adisont Asrse--Conttnued

Date Refer. ondut Tea- P. CaTotal sold Hardness
Well oa snae n oos per. silca Canl- na- sodiau ta- Blonr- bon- sulfate Ch lo u.- Flu- i1 iron -" --- CO l-i
^nuber oes-number (aoro- pH i" as (sha) (CA) (Mg) Iw) (ICOM) (COS (Cl) (NO,) at ou- agaos- bo-1
t 2C) 1804BO'C lated sium* at
OKAOOSA COUNTY--Contlnued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continusd
303840NB063141.1 07-16-63 143 350 7.9 68 14 27 16 3.7 1. 61680 7.6 4,0 0. 0,0 o ,06 10s 153 134 3 5
30384980863141.1 08-34-68 1 8 7. 1 4 5.6 3.0 186 0 7,8 3 0 .1 .0 ,03 1 1 1 18 1 0 0
30384890863141.1 06.16-06 143 383 7.5 13 37 14 8. 19 188 0 6.6 3.0 0 .13 19 150 135 0 0
30388490863141.1 058-2-67 143 25 7.6 13 27 1 4.4 18 188 0 7. 4.0 .0 11 14 150 130 0
30388540863149.1 10-08-49 144 393 7.6 1 33 16 84.B -- 167 0 14 4. .1 0 7 160 1 148 0 2
30385400863149.1 05-16-50 144 984 7.6 71 13 33 1 1.9 19 6 0 11 3,8 .0 ,4 15 15 8 148 0
30385400883149.1 07-30-81 144 284 7.3 69 13 23 18 8. -- 148 0 8.3 3. .8 .5 138 144 194
303854N0883148,1 11.03-83 144 1B6 8.7 68 7.7 18 9.6 B 887 -- 1 5 7,8 3.9 .3 .,21 98 103 77 0 3
303854N0863149.1 08-20-53 144 274 8.1 13 23 16 8.0 163 0 9.8 3.6 .0 .0 .16 146 188 1368 3
303854N)063149.1 11-21-64 144 366 7.9 70 13 38 16 86.1 163 0 9. 3.5 .1 .0 .61 153 157 136 3 4
303854N0863149.1 05-34-57 144 2368 7.6 73 15 37 15 4.6 2.3 16 0 8.0 3.8 .0 10 159 154 139 0 3
303854N0863149.1 02-04-59 144 268 7.8 -- 14 3 1 68.8 1 0 -- 14 159 13 0 7
30385410863149.1 07-05-61 144 360 6.0 73 13 36 15 4.5 .1 158 0 8.0O 3.0 ,0 41 10 148 1 0 0
303854N0863149.1 09-08-638 144 367 8.0 73 13 36 14 53 1.9 160 0 .68 30 .3 .0 .01 17S 153 130 0 0
303684)10863149.1 07-16-63 144 680 7.9 66 14 28 16 4,6 1.0 164 0 8.0 4.0 4 0 .09 186 158 136 8 5
303854N083149.1 08-24-6e 144 378 7.7 13 29 14 4.7 19 160 0 8.4 4.0 ,1 .0 ,03 142 14 130 0 0
303854N0863149.1 06-16-66 144 370 7.7 13 28 15 4.4 1.9 164 0 7.6 3.0 .1 .0 .03 182 154 132 0 0
30385410883149.1 08-26-67 144 378 7.7 13 27 15 4.7 1.9 160 0 7.2 4.0 .2 .0 .03 142 153 129 0 0
304040N083415.1 08-5-6588 149 247 7.4 14 23 11 9.1 2.4 138 0 9.4 3,0 .1 .0 .33 16 139 100 0 0
304040N0863415.1 06-20-66 149 240 7.4 15 23 11 9.3 3,4 140 0 8.8 3.5 ,. .0 1.8 154 139 10o 0 0
304040N0863415.1 058-6-67 1498 48 7.3 -- 13 34 11 6.7 3.3 139 0 7.2 3.5 .2 .0 .1a 139 13 108 0
30405N0088343.,1 03-04-58 151 333 8.0 1 26 9.0 8,6 2,3 140 0 8.4 3.5 ,.3 .30 127 139 102 0 6
304050N0863453.1 07-10-63 151 230 7.7 66 1 10 13 10 .8 140 0 4.0 .4 ,0 .44 138 140 98 0
30405010863453.1 08-26-67 151 260 7.1 14 24 1 7,2 3.2 138 0 9. 3.5 .2 .0 .69 140 140 106 0 0
30413210884050.1 01-10-68 158 397 7.8 14 12 6.8 49 4.4 186 0 5.8 11 .6 .0 -- 181 196 89 0 10
304345NO084805.1 01-11-68 154 31 7.98 3 18 16 8.3 39 7.0 177 0 8.0 10 .5 .1 -- 190 19 74 0 0
30441310863710.1 07-12-67 189 360 7.9 74 17 s0 13 5.4 3.5 188 0 8.0 3. .2 .0 -- 15 183 18 0 0
304518N0863340.1 13-07-66 161 308 7.7 -- 1 35 10 3,8 1.7 144 0 14 3.8 .1 -- 15 134 1 28 10
304518N0863340.1 13-07-66 161 318 7.7 15 7 6.8 3.7 1.5 138 0 9.2 3.0 0 -- 134 130 104 0 0
3048516O863340.1 13-07-66 161 309 7.9 1 3 10 3.9 1.5 118 0 9.2 3.0 .2 .0 -- 13 18 111 14 0
B Caloulatsd )a plus K, reported ao a..






Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued


Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Tem- Hag- Po- Car- Total solids
Well of ence anoe per- Silica Cal- ne- Sodium tas- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron on- Col-
number colloo- number (micro- pH nature (SiOa) aium sium (Na) *ium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, ar- or
tion mhos ('F) (Ca) (MN) (K) (HCO0) (COa) (C) (F) (N0g) at ou- magne- bon-
at 285C) 180'C late siu ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued

30418No0863340.1 12-07-60 11 22 7.7 -- 16 28 8.9 2.6 1.6 126 0 8.9 3.0 0.2 0.0 -- 126 131 106 3 0
304518N0863340.1 12-08-66 161 210 7.8 -- 18 26 8,6 2.6 1.8 120 0 9.0 2,8 .2 ,0 -- 123 125 100 2 0
304518N0863340.1 12-12-66 161 209 7.9 74 16 27 8.7 2.7 1.5 116 0 8.8 4.0 .2 .1 -- 120 126 104 8 0
304537N0863406.1 01-10-68 162 233 7.7 78 16 27 11 4.2 1.8 137 0 8.7 3.0 .2 .0 -- 13 139 112 0 0
304541N0863407.1 01-10-68 163 232 8.1 77 18 26 11 2.9 1. 136 0 8.2 3.0 .2 .0 -- 132 135 110 0 0
304801N0864031.1 05-08-68 167 397 7.8 -- 22 11 6.4 64 6.0 192 0 4.0 25 .7 .0 -- 221 234 54 0 5
305330N0803227.1 01-11-68 170 202 7.7 63 9.6 24 10 1.6 .6 116 0 8.0 3.0 .3 .2 0.00 110 118 102 6 5
305837N0864120.1 07-08-68 182 292 7.6 -- 12 30 13 11 8.9 176 0 8.0 6.0 .3 .0 -- 172 174 129 0 0
305615NOB62848.1 01-11-68 183 218 7.7 59 9.1 29 9.0 1.8 .6 122 0 10 3.0 .2 .0 .01 118 123 110 10
305743N0863848.1 07-05-6 188 1 25 7.8 -- 14 32 10 4.9 2.1 161 0 5.6 2.0 .2 .1 -- 11 150 121 0 0
308712N0864034.1 01-11-68 189 268 7.6 59 17 35 9.4 8.0 3.9 188 0 8.0 3.0 .2 .0 .01 184 160 126 0 10
SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER


302303N0862680.1
302303N0862650.1
302303N0862680.1
302317N0863130.1
302317N0863130.1
302317N0803130.1
302317N0863130.2
302317N0863130.2
302317N0863130.2
302319N0863222.1
302310NOB63222.1
302319N0863223.1
302328N0863332.1
302328N0863332.1
3023280863332.2
302328N0863332.2
302334N0863441.1
302334N0803441.1
302334N0863441.1
302343N0863848.1


11-07-60
08-18-65
06-13-66
06-25-56
08-23-60
08-16-68
05-23-67
02-01-50
08-16-65
05-23-87
10-03-00
07-29-65
08-23-60
08-16-68
02-01-89
08-16-88
05-23-57
10-03-60
08-16-65
10-03-60


B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.


1.0
1.0
1.1
6.1
5.8
2.4
14.
4.7
4.5
2.3
1.0
2.0
5.2
2.1

2.1
2.2
1.3
1.2
.7


7.0
7.2
6.5
819
20
12
80
10
12
8.4
7,1
8.2
22
9.4
20
8.4
13
18
11
10


2.0
.0
.0
17
25
13
29
64
7.0
8.8
4.0
5.6
8.8
7.2
.09
6.4
8.2
44
10
1.6


4.3 31 38
2.9 32 34
4.7 58 31
.47 173 188
.18 205 179
.29 106 104
.25 428 344
.99 180 172
,96 132 120
.36 96 85
.08 97 81
.20 82 88
.08 180 134
.04 84 87
.08 120 120
.02 72 80
.18 92 79
.62 147 150
.10 94 90
.60 49 40



















Table 7, Chemioal Analymse and Tlemoraturee of Oround Waters In Okaloosa County and adJaoont ireae.-Coct$Pued

Speotlio Dissolved Hardnel
Data Reer- conduct. Tem- Mg- Pa Car- Total solid
Well of aneo no@ per- Silioa Cal- ne- Sodium tea- Blcar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron on- Cal-
number collo- number (Iiro- pH Atur (IOs) loum Istu (Na) ulum bonate ate (w4) ride ride trate (Fe) Reidue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion abos (F) (Ca) (Mg) ( ) (COi) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (N0O) at ou- lmre- bon-
at 25SC) 180'C laIted um ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued


302343N0863548.1
302536N0863616,8
302518N0864738.1
302618N0B84738.1
302518N0864738.1
302518N0864738,1
302727N0863147,1
302727N0863147.1
302709N0803442.2
308688N0863116.1
302810N0863641.1
302933N0863032.1
302933M0803032.1
30294210863022.1
3029420863022.1
302942N0863022.1
30294820863022.1
302914N0863113.1
302916N0863124.1
303003N0863027.1
303003NO863027.1
303003N0863027.1
303044N0863610.1
303044N0863610.1
303044N0863510.1

303104N0863822.1
303:21enu66db48.1
303311N0864539.1
303311N0864539.1
30331470864637.1


07-28-65
07-10-67
10-12-64
11-22-65
10-06-66
11-28-67
01-23-57
02-04-50
07-12-67
10-07-60
08-10-65
03-03-59
08-19-80
05-24-57
02-05-59
08-18-60
08-09-65
10-07-60
11-16-54
05-23-57
10-07-60
08-09-65
08-30-64
06-16-66
05-25-67
08-30-65
10-18-6U
10-18-60
08-30-65
02-05-59


13
40
50
50
50
50
72
72
79
90


103
102
103
103
103
103
104
105
113
113
113
117
117
117
121
124
128
128
120


120
1180
100
79
41
64
37
86
1160
27
25
36
36
40
53
46
50
41
258
52

29
27
24
17
27

21
32
22
21
29


B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na,


72 7,8
-- B.0
70 9.4
70 9.9
70 3.8

70 4,1
72 3,7
3.7
70 3.0
2.7
72 4,0
-- 4,8
-- 4.6
72 4.7
-- 4.1
S 3.7
72 2.2
--
70 14
72 4,4
-- 4,1
72 3.1
2.3
-- 1.6
-- 3.7

-- 7.3
-- 2.8
S 3.8
-- 5.7
3.0


16
18
4.,
2,5
1,2
1.5
1.2
1.0
18
.8
2.2
1.6
2.6
1.8
4.2
3.2
3,0
2.4
23
2,8
2.8

.4
1.0
.5
.4
1.2
.4
.8
1.0
.6


1,0
17
1.1
1.0
.9
1.0
.1
1.6
22
.2
.5
1.7
1.3
.7
,4
1,.
,0
.2
14
1.3

,6
.4
.4
.4
.3
.1
.0
.4
.2


4,6
198
12,
7,1
3.4
7.3
3.8
9.2
166
2.8
1,7
1.9
1,8
2.7
3,4
3.1
1.8
,8a
814
4.3
2.0
1.2
1.5
1.3
2.7
1.3
1,6
1,7
1.5
1.6


0.5
9.2
,2
.0

.3
.0
4.0
.3
.4
.3
.0
.4
.9
1.4
.8
.0
.0
.0
.4
.3
.2
.3
.0
.1
.2
.2


47
152
18
20
1
0
0
4
5
10






166
412
4
6
5













13
5

10
156
12
7
8
7
4

8
13

13


6,4
35
1.,
1.2
4,8
,0
2.5
2.8
43
.4

.0
.0
.1
3.0
5.6

5,7
6.0
.6
10
1.0

.8
.0
.4
.4
.0

.4
.4
.4
.0
.0


8,0
280
13
12

13
6.0
15
320
4.5
2.56
2.5
1.8
3.8
3.0
3.0

3.8
6;2
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.2
4.2
1.5
3.2
3.0
2.8
3.2


0.1
15
1.5
,2

.1
.2


,1

.0
.2


.0

.0
.1
.1

.0
.2



.1
.0


.1
.2


.1
.1
.0


.1
.1
.1

.0
.1
.1
.0
.0


0,1
.1
.8
6.4
.3
.3
6,6
.1
2.0

3,0
.0
8.8
8.4
6.5
6.7

4,5
3,0
2. 5
.6
5.2
1.1
,1
.0
.5
.4
,1
.1
.0
,0
7,4


0.02
2.4
2.7
3.7
.48
.06
.02

.45
.04
.01
.12
.06
.21
04
.27
2.1
.53

.31
.51
1.2
.07
3.1
.11
.28
.26
.43
.42


as
558

46
25

30
20
41
580
16
17
24
23
26
31
29
22
19
187
31

16
12
12
9

16
16
15
15
16
283


44 6

186 1
115 0

10 0
6 6

8 8
4 0
9 9
130 132
3 0
8 0
11 8
12 8
8 4
12 8
17 14
10 6
7 0
115 0
12 2
4 0
3 0
4 0
2 0
2 0
4 0
2 0
2 0
1 0
2 0


40
20

20
3
3
5
3
0
0
3
2
3
0

IS
2


I--


--


I





r









Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- oonduct- Tem- Mag- Po- Car- Total
Well of fence ance per- Silica Cal- n- Sodium tas- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Pluo- Ni- iron on- Col-
number calloo- number (miro- pH nature (SiO) cium aIum (Na) mium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Caloium, car- or
tion mhoe (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HC00) (COg) (Cl) (F) (NO5) at cu- magne- bon-
at 256C) 180'C lated eium ate
OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued
SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued
303314N0864537.1 08-18-60 129 26 6.7 -- 3.4 1.2 0.8 1.5 0.0 10 0 0.2 2.8 0.0 0.2 0.08 24 15 5 0 0
303314N0864537.1 07-05-61 129 25 0.9 72 4.0 .8 .0 1.7 .0 12 0 .4 1.S .0 .0 .17 19 14 2 0 2
303528N0863909.1 10-18-60 130 18 59 -- 4.8 .4 .1 .9 .0 8 0 .4 1.5 .1 .3 .18 18 11 2 0 3
303528N0863909.1 08-30-68 136 14 6.2 -- 6.3 .0 .2 1.1 .2 4 0 .0 .8 .0 .2 .10 12 11 1 0 5
303528N0803909.2 02-08-89 137 20 6.6 -- 5.0 .6 .1 1.2 .2 10 0 .0 1.5 .0 .8 1.9 20 14 2 0 6
303820N0802418.2 02-058-9 142 28 6.6 -- 8.6 .4 1.0 .8 .1 16 0 .0 1.8 .0 .1 .03 18 18 5 0 3
303820N0862418.2 08-18-60 142 31 6.7 -- 3.0.0 1.8 1.5 .0 17 0 .7 .2 .0 .3 .48 20 17 10 0 2
303820N0882418.2 10-18-60 142 21 6.1 -- 2.2 .4 .2 1.6 .0 6 0 .8 3.5 .0 .6 .13 13 12 2 0 4
303843N0863311.1 08-25-68 148 13 6.3 -- 8.7 1.0 .2 1.0 .0 3 0 .4 1.5 .1 .0 .15 8 11 4 0 10
303843N0863311.2 03-24-59 146 16 6.3 72 10 .6 .1 .8 .2 0 0 .0 3.0 .0 .3 .43 10 18 2 0 3
303843N0863311.2 08-18-60 146 19 6.3 4.5 .6 .9 1.8 .0 6 0 .2 1.0 .0 .3 .05 14 12 8 0 1
303843N0884417.1 10-18-80 148 22 6,3 -- 8.1 .8 .0 1.3 .2 8 0 .4 2.0 .1 .1 .30 25 17 2 0 4
304040N0863418.2 08-18-60 150 18 6.5 -- 4. 1.6 .5 .9 .1 6 0 .0 1.1 .1 .8 .50 21 13 6 1 0
304040N0863415.2 10-18-60 150 14 5.9 -- 4.2 .4 .1 1.4 .5 4 0 .4 1.5 .1 .8 .27 17 11 2 0 2
304040NOB83410.2 09-13-82 150 18 6.0 72 4.4 .4 .2 1.9 .8' 4 0 .0 3.8 .1 .0 .01 1 13 2 0 3
304040N0863415.2 07 68 180 11 63 -- 3.6 .2 .2 .9 .6 4 0 .0 1.5 .0 .1 .05 16 9 2 0 0
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FLORIDAN AQUIFER
302329NO084809.1 01-17-81 1 1280 8.1 70 13 6.4 4.3 278 9.4 292 0 18 256 2.0 3.3 0.06 718 731 34 0 7
302329NB084809.1 09-28-62 1 1310 7,9 -- 13 7.2 4.4 276 10 266 0 17 270 1.8 1.3 .05 748 730 36 0 8
302329NB064809,1 10-12-64 1 1300 7.9 70 13 4,0 7.8 270 9.8 280 0 18 278 2.0 6.0 .11 784 772 42 0 5
302329N0864809.1 10-06-66 1 1300 8.0 70 13 6.2 4.3 278 9.9 280 0 20 278 2.0 4.2 .09 736 781 33 0 5
302329N0864809.1 11-29-87 1 13600 8.0 79 14 9.2 4.8 270 ,3 264 0 1 295 1.6 1.0 .50 764 758 46 0 0
302330N0864820.1 02-02-59 2 1380 8.1 -- 13 14 3.6 265 8. 270 0 5.6 292 1.9 .8 1.0 782 737 80 0 5
302330o0864820.1 08-23-60 2 1380 8.0 -- 13 7.2 5.8 272 8.9 206 0 14 288 1.7 1,8 .13 780 743 42 0 5
302330N0804820,1 09-12-60 2 1380 81, 70 13 8.0 5.4 264 0.4 266 0 10 285 1,7 3,8 .05 742 731 42 0 7
30306088N8021.1 07-28-65 3 800 8.5 72 7.2 3.7 2.0 180 6 8 26 182 .0 135 1.8 .0 .15 466 474 17 0 0
30230N0880021.1 00-13-0 3 872 8.2 -- 9.3 2.9 2.1 180 7,4 277 0 .2 139 1.6 .1 .18 470 480 16 0 0
302305NO086021,. 06-01-07 3 840 8.3 -- 7.8 3.7 1.8 178 7,8 264 4 .0 142 1.6 .0 .43 472 476 18 0 0



















Table 7, CheLatsl Analyses and Temperaturas of Oround Waters nt Okaloosa County and adjesant ares*--Continued

speolflo O I olved Hardnso i
Date Rotr- conduct- Tem- Mar- Po- Car- Total
P11 or I__ sls I
Well oC enc e n e ir. a tlio Cal. ne- Sodium tal- Btoar- bon- ulfate Chio- Fluo- HN- Iroa on- Col-
number 0oll ac- number (nro. pH sur (Sl10) olum Ilu (Na) sIus boasted ate (8104) ride ride trate (Fe) Reldue Cal. CaloIum, car- or
tion ao I (I') (Ca) (Mg) (K) (0a (CO, ) (C () (Y) (NO,) at ou- usaln bon-
at 35'C) IOC80 late lium ate
SANTA ROSA COUNTY--Continued
$AND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER


3023080500500it
3033N088086501,1
303308N0858801.1
303086N08651360.1
303684N08866369,1
30265640863509.1
303654N0865389,3
303116N0860410.1
303116N0866410.2
303114N0868410.1
303309N0864837.1
303309N0864837.1
303209N0864837.1
303209N0864837.1
303309N0884837,1
303309N0804837.1
303909N0804837.1
303309N0864837.1
303309N0864837.1
303309N0864837.1
303316N0884830.1
303316N0884830.1
303316N0864830.1
303216N0884830.1
303316N0864830.1
303316N0864830.1
303316N0864830.1
303316N0884830.1
303316N0864830.1
303316N0884830.1
303316N0864830.1


10-03-60
07-38-65
07-26-65
03-05-69
08-18-60
08-35-66
08-32-66
03-05-89
07-05-61
10-068-49
05-18-80
07-30-61
11-03-53
08-30-53
11-33-64
08-39-57
03-04-659
08-18-60
08-33-65
10-06-40
06816-50
07-30-51
11-03-52
08-30-83
11-22-84
05-39-67
03-04-89
08-18-60
08-23-65
06-16-66


4
4
5
6



10
7
8


10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11

11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11


61
52
82
22
18
13
18
63
25
2538
20
17
18
16
17
18
16
38
30
2233
24
28
30
19
19
16
18
39
17


8 Calculated Na plus K, reported as NH,


6.4 78
6.7 73
6,8 73
5,7
5.7
8.7
6.2 --
I.8 -a
4.0 73
6.4
6.9 69
6.7 68
5.7 70
.0 -
.*.O 70
5.7 73




5.9 72
8,9 68
6.1 70
6.0 --
5.9 70
,.0 72
5.8 --
6.3 --
6,9 732
5.4 --


4.3
1.8
8.7
8.8
8.0
8.8
6.3
4.9
2.4
6.7
6.1
6.2
6.7
5.7

6.5
7.0
5.3
7.3
7.0
6.9
7.6
8.2
7.1
6.6
7.6
9.7
10
7.1
6.3


3.8
83.
4.0
.4
.0
1.0
1.7
.4
.6
,17
1.8
.8
.2
.4
.4
.6
1.4
.6
1,0
1,3
.8
.4
,8
.8
.8

3,.
.3


0.4
.2
.28
.3

.5
.1
.1
.8
.3
.,

.4
.4
.3
.4

.0
.4

.3


.3
.4






.1

.1
.0
,6
.3
.3


4.0
4.9
3.1
.,7
2,.
2.0
1.4
1.7
1.6
B4.0

B3.0
82. 5
B3.1
B4.3
1.9
.3.3
23.
3.4
B4.32

B2.3
B3.8

B4.1

1.0
1.6
1.,
1.7


0.3
.3
.3
.0
.0

.1
.3









.0
.0
.4






.0
.2
.0
.3
.2


1.4
.4
.4
1.3




1.6
1.8
1.4
1.3
2.5
.2
.2
.2
.4
1.0
1,
1.7
1.4
1.5
2.5
1.0
.3
.5
.4
.4


8,0
8.8
5,8
3,5
3.8
3.6
3.0
3,3
7.3
58.
4.5
3.8
3.3
3.0
3.5
3.,
3,3
3.8
4.8
3.1
3.8
3.6
3.4
3.5
2.8
3.2
3.3
3.8
2.3


0.1
,1
.0
.0
.1
.1
.0
.0
.0

.0
.1
.0
.0
.1
.1
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
,1
.0
.0
.1
.1
.1
.0
.0
.1


2.2
.3
.0
.1
.0
.0
.0
.9
.0

.3
.3
.3
1.3
.1
,1
.2
.6
.1

.3
:3

.3
.3
.3
.3
.
.9
.3
.1
.0


0.44
1.,
.68
,03
.19
.38
.05
.37
.37
.76
1.8
.32
.18
.03
.03
.07
.37
1.4
.13
.05
1.3
.19
.64
.03
.30
.11
.03
.04
.03
.06


35
34
30
18
15

18
14
13
33
30
17
16
16
30
18
16
14
18
33
18
30
10
18
30
16
19
19
33
13


11
8
14
3
4
3
3
32


4
3
3
3
3
8




4
3
8
8

3
4





10
3


0 60
0 0
0 0
0 3
0 3
0 8
0 0
0 8
0 2

0 3
0 3
1 1
0 2
0 8
0 3
0 3
3 1
1 0
0 3
0 1
0 3
1 3
0 2
0 a
0 6
0 3
0 3
0 3
0 0
0 0









Table 7. Chemical Analysee and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent aroea--Continued

specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- oodut- Te- Ma- Po- Car- Total D eoli d Hd
Well of dance dance per- Silica Cal- no- Sodium tas- Blcar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron on- Col-
number collec- number (micro- pH ature (S ) iOs)iu Iium (Na) aium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion mhos ('F) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO) (COa) (0C) (P) (NOg) at ou- magne- bon-
at 25C) 180'C lated sum ate
SANTA ROSA COUNTY--Continued
SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued


303216NS084830.1 05-29-67 11 15 5.2 7.2 0.2 0.2 1.9 0.1 1 0 0.0 3.2 0.1 0.0 0.10 I 13 2 0 0
303504N08 6148.1 08-30-651 12 23 6.6 10 .5 .2 2.0 1.0 3 0 4.0 1.5 .0 .0 .45 30 21 0


WALTON COUNTY

FLORIDAN AQUIFER


25 16
25 18
26 106
6,7 6.2
14 24
14 12
18 128
24 246

15 19
'I. -
11 7.9
11 8.2
11 8.4
12 8.0
13 8.3
11 8.2
12 7.3
12 8.0
12 1.6
12 7.6
11 9.8
12 10


5.2 240
5.2 252
3.7 198
.7 152
2.0 140
1.6 146
4.0 124
8.6 164

3.8 148
2.7 132
2.7 132
2.8 130
2.4 143
2.8 144
2,7 138
2.9 140
3.0 138
2.8 136
2.9 140
3.1 138
3.0 138


0.0 18 0.4
.0 20 .4
19 182 .5
-- -- .4
.0 16 .2

8.4 35 ,4
.0 34 .4
-- -- .1
17 215 .5
67 362 1.3
.- -- 1.5
18 10 .5
-- -- .6
8.4 2.0 .2
7.6 1.0 .2
7.0 3.5 .3
7.5 1.0 .3
0.0 3.0 ,3
8.0 2.5 .3
7.6 3.0 .3
8.8 5.0 .2
7.2 3.0 .2
7.6 3.0 .2
7.7 6.0 .3
8.4 2.2 .2


0.37
.84
.4-
.17
.36
.03
1.1
.06
.11
1.1
.05
.19


529
17,2
184
217
508
850

165
116
150
130
137
141
151
138
134
154
131
135
146


239
246
494
151
188
184
485
842

174
130
132
132
139
141
140
137
141
130
140
145
139


192 0 -
192 0 0
210 0 0
.. .o ..
132 7 0
128 14 10
140 20 5
135 34 0
178 43 0

116 0 0
95 0 0
98 0 0
98 0 0
107 0 1
108 0 0
105 0 3
106 0 5
104 0 0
102 0 0
108 0 0
105 0 3
104 0 3


301827N0860534.2
301827N0860534.2
301945N0860928.1
301946N0860957.1
302088N0861432.1
302117N0860528.1
302102NOS61424.1
302111N0861434.1
302214N0860652.1
302229N0861544.1
302229N0861544.1
302231N0862143.1
302357N0881007.1
30304910862037.1
303049N0862037.1
303049N0862037.1
303103N0862010.1
303103N0862010.1
303103N0862010.1
303103N0862010.1
303103N0862010.2
303103N0882010.2
303103NO862010.2
303443N0861939.1
303443NOB61939.1


04-02-65
04-01-65
07-07-08
05-13-63
06-19-68
05-13-63
07-07-63
05-13-63
06-19-68
07-07-68
05-13-63
07-07-68
05-13-63
08-23-65
06-16-66
05-25-67
08-23-60
07-18-61
09-11-62
07-12-63
08-24-65
06-16-66
05-25-67
08-23-60
07-18-61


a
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
lo
11
12
13
13
13
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
19
19


510
520
902
1120
276
342
320
304
902
1480
16680
300
1920
230
232
235
237
236
232
220
220
235
240
232
236


8.4
7.9 76
7.8 --
8.0 77
7.6 74
8.0 72
7.8 --
8.2 72
7.7 74
7.7 --
8,2 75
7,7 77
8.2 76
7.4 72
7,4
7.3
8.2 --
7.9 72
8.0 72
7.7 72
7.5 -
7.8 --
7,5
7.4
7.8
7.9 72


20 35
18 35
18 39
14 41
7.3 28
17 33
11 24
14 27

12 21""
13 20
15 21
13 21
14 23
15 22
15 24
13 22
14 22
15 21
14 23
15 24
13 22


U


I --

















Table 7. Chemical Analysee and Temperatures of Oroamd Waters in Okslooas County and addjaent res-.. -Continued



In l oto I a& per. lil Cl- P- sodium ta.. Bier. bo n- Sult ito Chlo- Fluo- Ni- ir n no- Col-
number coll e- number (io. p ature ( 1alum um (N) ium bOst. (eO) rId ridei trte (Fe) Residue Cal Calcium, car or
tion mhae (or) (CA (Mg) (K) (1CO0) (CO$) (C1) (F) (NOi) at a an@- ban-
at 2C) 1680'C lated ilum at

WALTON COUNTY--Continued
FOR__IDAN AQUIFER--Continued
0 I I ,I aIn I n I .... 1 ,


J 3443M90019030 0u13-6J3 19 2o2
303443M0868139.1 08-30-65 19 330
303443N0801939.1 06-31-66 19 338
303443N0861939.1 05-35-67 19 240
304044H086611.61 10-06-49 30 351
304044M0863116.1 05-16-50 28 355
304044N0863116.1 07-30-51 38 389
30404410863116,1 11-03-52 8 351
30404400863116,1 086-0-83 28 254
304044N0863118.1 11-18-54 38 348
30404410863116.1 05-24-57 28 344
30404430863116.1 02-05-59 38 349
304044M0856116.1 06-16-60 38 351
304044N0806116.1 07-05-61 38 219
3004044N0886116.1 09-00-63 28 48
304044N0826116.1 07-10-63 38 200
30040440863116.1 06-34-65 28 350
304044N0863110.1 06-10-68 28 242
304044N0886116.1 05-25-67 28 358
304085N0866114.1 10-06-49 39 346
30405560862114.1 05-10-50 29 190
30405880863114.1 07-30-51 29 351
304055N0862114.1 11-03-52 29 249
304055N0863114.1 08-20-53 29 251
304065508N6114.1 11-17-54 39 181
304055N0862114.1 05-24-57 29 247
304055N0856114.1 03-05-59 39 245
3040550N862114.1 08-18-60 29 251
304055N0863114.1 07-05-61 209 47
304056N0862114.1 00-13-63 39 243
B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na


7.0
7,7
7.4
7.4
7.7
8.1
7,3
8.0
8.1
7.8
780
7.9
8,0

7.08
7.9
8,0

7.8
7.7
7.9
7.6
7.3
7.7
8.2
6.2
7.9
7.8
8.0
8.2
7.9


7.0
8,0
7.2
7.2
11
9,5
10
9.3
9.5
10
8.3
8.0
8.2
4.4
7.6
3.6
8.8
7.6
8,0
11


9,4
9.3
9.3
84.5
94.6
8.4,
a3,1
82.6
58.4
4,4
4.0
4,0
4.0
7.3
4.7
8.4
3,8
4.2
3.9
56,4
B6.6
B58,
B5.32
B6.4

4.4
3.8
4.2
4,.
4.9


2.9
3.0
3,0
3.9






1.8
1,.
1.8
3,1
1.5
3.1
1.0
1.9
1.0






1.7
1.4
1.4
1.0


3,0
4,0
3.0
3.0
3,0
4.0
5.5
3.0
4.0
3.5
,.5
2.0
2,0
3,0

3.0
3.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3,0
2.5
3.0
3.,
3.5
4,0
3.0
2.5
2.0
4.0
2.0
3.0


I 0.92
.63
.13
S .7
S ,11
.94
.34
,11
,10
.230
.01
,04
.83
,39
,03
.16
.08
.11
.35
,08
.40
.18
.18
.05
.36
.09
.66
.31
.31


134
136
118
130
134
139
143
138
144
135
137
141
145
135
146
114
130
186
135
134
100
138
136
142
101

153
139
149
148
167


137
138
138
135
151
142
149
145
148
148
142
147
149
187
147
118
147
149
144
149
101
146
145
145
111
147
145
148
144
143


0 5
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 3
6 3
13 3
9 5
0 2
3 5
0 I

0 3
0 3
2 a
0 0
1 3
0 5
3 0
2 0
0 0
4 1
0 3
2 3
3 3
3 2
2 2
0 7
0 3
0 4
8 0
0 4
0 3








Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued

Specific Dissolved Hardness
Date Refer- conduct- Tem- Mag- Po- Car- Total soli s
Well of once ance per- Silia Cal ne- Sodium tas- Bicar- bon- Sulfate Chlo- Fluo- Ni- iron Non- Col-
number oollec- number (micro- pH ature (siol) oium slum (Na) sium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue Cal- Calcium, car- or
tion hos (F) (C) (M) ) ( M (HCO) (HC3)CO,) (Cl) (F) (NOg) at ou- magne- bon-
at 25'C) l0 'C lated siun ate
WALTON COUNTY--Continued
FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued
304055N0862114.1 07-10-63 29 240 7.9 68 15 26 16 3.6 1.8 148 0 9.2 3.0 0.0 0.0 o,0 156 147 128 6 5
304055NOB62114.1 08-24-60 29 250 7.7 -- 14 24 12 5.1 1.7 144 0 8.8 2.0 .1 .0 .05 118 138 110 0 0
304055N0862114.1 06-16-66 29 240 7.6 -- 15 25 14 4.3 1.8 146 0 6.8 2.0 .2 .0 .11 160 141 120 0 0
304358N081208.1 07-04-68 32 180 7.8 72 21 24 4.4 6.3 1.6 100 0 8.0 6.5 .2 .1 -- 122 121 78 0 0
304643N0861830.1 07-04-68 37 238 7.8 -- 14 26 15 2.0 1.3 145 0 8.0 3.5 .2 .1 138 141 126 6 0
305110N0861648.1 07-04-68 41 210 7,8 -- 15 27 8.6 2.0 1.2 124 0 8.0 3.5 .2 .0 -- 125 126 103 2 0
305338N0862154.1 07-04-68 42 220 7.7 76 11 26 12 1.8 .4 132 0 10 2.5 .2 .1 -- 130 129 114 6 0
305804N0861809.1 07-04-68 48 210 7.6 -- 8,7 21 14 1.8 .3 135 0 4.0 2.5 .2 .0 -- 115 120 110 0 0
BAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER
303049N0862037.2 02-03-59 14 37 6.6 -- 5.1 3.4 0,3 1.8 0.2 13 0 2.0 5.0 0.0 0.8 0.25 25 25 10 0 2
303049N0862037.2 08-23-60 14 38 6.5 -- 4.4 4,0 .7 2.9 .0 12 0 2.2 3.2 .1 .3 .32 32 24 13 3 1
303020N0862145.1 08-23-68 15 13 6.3 72 3.4 .2 .2 1.6 .4 2 0 .8 2.0 .0 .0 .07 6 10 2 0 0
303144N0861922.1 08-24-65 16 16 6.4 -- 3.3 1.2 .4 1.2 .3 4 0 ,4 2.0 .0 .2 .26 6 11 4 1 0
303450N0861918.1 07-18-61 20 27 6,9 73 4.2 .6 .1 1.4 .0 12 0 .4 1.0 .0 .0 2.1 23 14 2 0 1
303943N0861702.1 08-26-86 21 13 6.9 -- 77 .6 .2 .8 1.4 6 0 ,4 1.0 .0 .1 .06 22 16 2 0 0
303943N0861702.2 02-05-50 22 62 5.9 -- 6.7 1.8 1.2 7.5 .3 4 0 .0 0.0 .0 20 .07 50 48 10 6 3
303943N0861702.2 08-18-60 22 7 6.3 7,1 2.6 2.1 8..0 .3 6 0 .2 5.8 .1 20 .07 52 49 15 10 0
303946N0862057.1 11-08-60 23 28 6.0 -- 65. .6 .6 .8 .0 13 0 .8 2.0 .1 .2 .22 32 17 4 0 5
303946N0862057.1 08-31-06 23 24 6.5 -- 4.8 .2 .2 1.0 ,0 8 0 .0 2.2 .0 .0 .79 8 12 4 0 0
303952N0862027.1 10-12-60 24 22 6.3 1.9 1.4 .4 .8 ,0 10 0 ,4 1.5 .0 .1 .36 19 11 5 0 4
304005N080203301 08-30-6 2 18 6.0 9.3 .3 ,3 1.1 .5 6 0 .4 1.8 .0 .1 .20 22 17 2 0 0
304023N0862038.1 11-08-60 27 14 5.8 -- 5.2 .4 .2 1.0 .2 4 0 .4 .8 .1 .6 .17 16 11 2 0 10
304023N0862038.1 08-30-65 27 23 8.6 -- 51 .6 1.0 1.7 .2 6 0 .8 .0 .0 2.2 .76 10 15 6 0 0
304101N0861902.1 10-12-60 30 118 7.1 -- 40 13 1.8 8.6 2.4 68 0 .4 4.0 .1 .2 .10 69 68 40 0 4
304101N0861902.1 08-31-66 30 160 7.7 -- 22 18 6.7 6.0 2.1 96 0 4,4 2,5 .1 .1 .11 110 108 68 0 0
304120N0861952.1 08-30-68 31 225 8.0 -- 1 26 11 3.5 2.3 141 0 6.0 2.0 .1 .0 .30 136 125 108 0 0
304440N0861851.1 01-11-68 33 46 6.7 63 11 3.4 .8 2.1 1.1 15 0 5.6 2.0 .1 .0 .01 31 34 12 0 5
304443N0861829.1 07-04-68 34 19 8.4 -- 5 .0 .1 .1 1.0 1.3 6 0 .0 1.s .2 .0 -- 14 1 0 0 0
SHALLOW ARTESIAN AQUIFER
301827N0B60534.1 03-31-65 1 322000 7.7 73 13 188 125 14280 170 200 0 938 7630 0.6 16 1 l3900 2630 2470 10







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 12. W-2537.

Florida State Road Department, Ft. Walton, Wayside Park, Fla. Elevation
12 ft. Drilled by Gray Artesian Well Company, 1951. Logged by driller.*

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, white, fine 20 20

Sand, white, medium 20 40

Sand, cream, fine to coarse 100 140

Sand, black; fragments of wood 20 160

Sand, cream, fine to coarse 20 180

Sand; shell fragments; clay 40 220

Clay; sand 60 280

Clay; sand; fossil fragments 60 340

Clay; sand; fogsil fragments; gravel 130 470

Limestone, cream, porous 20 490

Limestone, cream, chalky 140 630

Limestone, light brown, hard 103 743



Casing: 5-in to 479 ft; open hole from 479 to 743 ft.


*Note: Detailed paleontology of geology available from Bureau of Geology.







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 16. W-8886.

Okaloosa Island Authority, Okaloosa County, Fla. Elevation 8 feet.
Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1967. Tentative stratigraphic
assignments by J. B. Foster.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

HOLOCENE BEACH DEPOSITS

Sand, white, fine to medium, frosted; 20 20
few phosphorite grains

TERRACE DEPOSITS AND MIOCENE
COARSE CIASTICS UNDIFFERENTIATED

Sand, white to tan, very fine to medium, 23 43
frosted, grains stained tan

Same as above; shell fragments 22 65

Sand, white to light gray, very fine to 23 88
coarse, cemented by 10% white clay

Sand, light gray, fine to coarse, partly 45 133
cemented by 5% white clay; shell
fragments; foraminifera

Sand, gray, fine to coarse; 10% gray clay; 22 155
shell; foraminifera; phosphorite

Sand, gray to black, very fine to very 113 268
coarse, 10% clay; fine black phos-
phorite sand; shell; foraminifera

Sand, light gray to brown, fine to very 112 380
coarse, 15% clay; abundant brown
phosphorite sand; some black phos-
phorite sand

LOWER MEMBER OF PENSACOLA CLAY

Sand, light gray to brown, fine to very 22 402
coarse, 407 clay; foraminifera






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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 16--continued.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, gray; sand; brown phosphorite;
shell; foraminifera 45 447

Clay, gray; shell; some sand, very coarse
to granule; limestone fragments 45 492

CHICKASAWHAY LIMESTONE AND TAMPA
FORMATION UNDIFFERENTIATED

Limestone, white to light gray, fine
crystalline; some sand; shell;
foraminifera 23 515

Limestone, white, fine crystalline; less
sand; shell; foraminifera; some black
phosphorite 22 537

Limestone, white, fine chalky; shell;
foraminifera 24 561

Limestone, white, crystalline; shell;
foraminifera 24 585

Limestone, light gray; sand, very fine to
very coarse; black phosphorite;
magnetite grains; shell; foraminifera 17 602

Limestone, light gray, granular; some
sand; foraminifera; some black
phosphorite 16 618

Limestone, tan to cream, granular; shell;
foraminifera 30 646

Limestone, tan to brown, dolomitic
crystalline; foraminifera, Sorites sp. 26 674

Limestone, white to cream, granular,
slightly dolomitic; foraminifera;
magnetite grains 17 691

Limestone, white to cream, very fine
grained; few shells; foraminifera 22 713







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 16--continued.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone, white, chalky; black
phosphorite grains 25 738

Limestone, white to cream, granular;
calcite fragments; shell 19 757

Limestone, white to cream, finely
crystalline 9 766

Limestone, white to cream, granular;
foraminifera; shell 17 783

Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera;
shell; few sand grains 18 801

Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera;
shell; 20% sand 5 806

Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera;
shell; few sand grains 10 816

Limestone, tan, granular, foraminifera;
shell, no sand 6 822

Limestone, white to cream, finely
crystalline; shell; foraminifera 28 850

Limestone, grayish-white, crystalline;
shell; foraminifera; black phosphorite
inclusions in shell tests 28 874



Casing: 12-in to 535 ft; open hole from 535 to 874 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 19. W-1018.

Eglin Air Force Base, Site A-10. Elevation 12 ft.
Artesian Well Company, 1946. Logged by driller.

Thickness
Materials (feet)

Sand, brown, medium 10

Sand, brown, medium 30

Sand, gray, medium 10

Sand, brown, medium 10

Sand, white, fine 10

Sand, brown, coarse 10

Sand, tan, coarse 10

Sand, white 85

Sand, white, fine 70

Sand 40

Sand, white, fine to coarse 20

Sand; gray marl 35

Sand, fine; marl, gray 55

Sand, fine; gravel 10

Sand, medium to fine 35

Sand, white, fine 10

Sand, white, coarse 15

Sand, fine 10

No sample 120


and adjacent




Drilled by Gray


Depth
(feet)

10

40

50

60

70

80

90

170

240

280

300

335

390

400

435

445

460

470

590








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 19--continued.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone, cream to gray, dense 30 620

Limestone, greenish gray, dense 60 680

Limestone, cream to dark brown, porous 10 690

Limestone, greenish gray to cream, dense 40 730

Limestone, cream to brown, porous 60 790



Casing: 8-in to 592 ft; open hole from 592 to 834 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 27. W-4828.

Town of Mary Ester, Fla. Elevation 24 ft. Drilled
Company, 1958. Logged by driller.


Materials

Sand, orange, medium to coarse

Sand, gray, medium to coarse

Sand, gray, fine to medium

Sand, gray, fine to coarse

Sand, gray; clay, white

Sand, fine to coarse

Sand, gray, fine to coarse

Sand, gray, fine to medium

Sand, coarse; clay, orange

Sand, brown, fine to coarse

Limestone, brown, porous

Limestone, orange, slight porosity

Limestone, orange, soft

Limestone, white, hard


Thickness
(feet)

10

30

10

80

20

20

20

60

200

50

10

10

60

206


and adjacent




by Acme Drilling


Depth
(feet)

10

40

50

130

150

170

190

250

450

500

510

520

580

786


Casing: 10-in to 570 ft: open hole from 570 to 786 ft.









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Table 8. Logs of selected wells-in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 29. W-249.

Eglin Air Force Base, Field 1. Elevation 238 ft. Drilled by St
Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, medium to coarse; clay, yellow 50 50

Sand, coarse; clay, yellow 95 145

Sand, medium, gray 182 327

Limestone, brown, hard 110 437

Limestone, light cream, porous 193 630



Casing: 10-in to 323 ft: open hole from 327 to 630 ft.


evens








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Table 8. Logs of selected well in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 36. W-3391.

City of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Elevation 19 ft. Drilled by A. W.
Williams Inspection Company, 1954. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand 38 38

Sand, black, fine; humate 1 39

Sand 79 118

Clay, green; sand 260 378

Shale, blue, firm 108 486

Limestone, hard 352 838

Shale 1 839



Casing: 24-in to 120 ft, 16-in to 614 ft; open hole from 614 to 839 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 43. W-4257.

City of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Elevation 38 ft. Drilled by La
Central Company, 1957. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, white, medium 21 21

Sand, tan, medium to coarse 42 64

Sand, white to tan, coarse to medium 21 85

Sand,.white to tan, fine to medium 63 148

Sand, tan, medium to fine 21 169

Sand, tan, medium to coarse 43 212

Sand, tan to gray, medium 21 233

Sand, gray, very fine to fine 149 382

Sand, gray to tan, very fine to fine 85 467

Limestone, tan to gray; sand, very fine 51 518
to fine

Limestone, tan to gray; sand, fine to 31 549
medium

Limestone, cream, very fine to fine, 34 583
chalky


Limestone,
chalky

Limestone,
chalky

Limestone,
coarse

Limestone,


gray, very fine to fine,


cream, very fine to fine,


gray to tan, coarse to very


tan to gray, very coarse


691


735


Casing: 16-in to 548 ft; open.hole from 548 to 735 ft.


yne-








BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 55. W-828.

Okaloosa County Water and Sewer Systems, Shalimar, Fla. Elevati
6 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1944. Logged by drille

Thickness Depth


Materials

Sand, gray to white, medium to
coarse

Sand, white, medium

Sand, white, medium to fine

Sand, gray, medium

Sand, gray, fine to medium

Limestone, gray, medium to coarse

Limestone, light gray, fine to
coarse

Limestone, white, medium to coarse

Limestone, white, large

Limestone, white, medium to large, hard


(feet) (feet)

20 20


on
r.


60

80

120

306

358

490


553

590

605









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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 84. W-8885.

U.S. Geological Survey, Tallahassee, Fla. Elevation 58 ft. Drilled
by Layne-Central Company, 1966. Tentative stratigraphic assignments
by J. B. Foster.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

TERRACE DEPOSITS, CITRONELLE FORMATION
AND MIOCENE COARSE CLASTICS UNDIFFEREN-
TIATED

Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 38 38
organic stain, frosted

Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 62 100
dark organic stain

Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 22 122
frosted

Sand, white to brown, very fine to 23 145
medium, frosted; black phosphorite
grains

Sand, white to light gray, very fine to 16 161
coarse; mica flakes, black phosphorite;
some organic cementing material

Sand, light gray, very fine to medium, 52 213
some coarse grains, frosted; gray
clay cementing grains; mica

Sand, light gray, very fine to medium, 44 257
some coarse grains; some gray clay
cementing grains; heavy mineral
grains

Sand, light gray, very fine to fine, some 68 325
coarse grains; some clay cementing
grains; mica; heavy mineral grains

Sand, light gray, very fine to very coarse, 23 348
frosted; gray clay; some orange
stained sand; mica; black phosphorite








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference:number 84. W-8885 (continued).

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, light gray, very fine to medium; 32 380
gray clay; mica; shell; foramini-
fera; some black phosphorite

Sand, light gray, fine to very coarse, 90 470
frosted; gray clay; shell; mica

Sand, light gray, very fine to coarse; 22 492
gray clay; limestone; black phos-
phorite; mica

CHICKASAWHAY LIMESTONE AND TAMPA
FORMATION UNDIFFERENTIATED

Limestone, light gray, granular; sand; 16 508
mica; black phosphorite; foramini-
fera

Limestone, light gray to tan, granular; 38 546
few sand grains; foraminifera

Limestone, cream to beige, granular; 35 581
sand; magnetite fragments;
foraminifera; shell

Limestone, light gray, fine grained; 29 610
sand; black phosphorite; shell;
foraminifera

Limestone, light gray to beige, granular; 18 628
shell; foraminifera; black phos-
phorite; few sand grains

Limestone, white to beige, granular; 14 642
fragments brown crystalline
dolomitic limestone; foramini-
fera; few sand grains

Limestone, white to cream, fine grained; 28 670
few foraminifera; some black
phosphorite








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 84. W-8885 (continued).

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone, cream to beige, granular; 10 680
foraminifera; fossil tests filled
with phosphorite and or glauconite

Limestone, white, massive; fossil casts 55 735

Limestone, white to light gray; fine 49 784
granular; abundant foraminifera
casts; shell

Limestone, white to light gray; light 5 789
gray crystalline dolomitic lime-
stone; foraminifera casts

Limestone, white to brownish gray, 20 809
crystalline; brownish-gray
crystalline dolomitic lime-
stone; few foraminifera casts

Limestone, white to gray; fine crystal- 30 839
line; shell; gray phosphorite

Limestone, light gray, fine; shell; 15 854
foraminifera

Limestone, light gray, fine grained; 4 858
gray clay; shell; foraminifera

TOP OF BUCATONNA CLAY MEMBER
OF THE BYRAM FORMATION



Casing: 10-in to 503 ft; open hole from 503 to 858 ft.






BUREAU OF GEOLOGY



Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 105. W-3198.

Eglin Air Force Base, Incendiary Chemical Area. Elevation 69 ft.
Drilled by L. M. Gray, 1954. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)


Sand,

Sand,

Sand,

Sand,

Sand,


clear, fine to coarse

cream, medium to coarse

white, coarse to very coarse

white, medium to coarse

white, fine to medium


Sand, white, medium to coarse


Sand,

Sand,


white,

white,


fine to medium

fine to medium; clay, white


66

86

96

157


Casing: 6-in to 76 ft: well screen from 76 to 86 ft.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 111. W-1774.

City of Valparaiso, Fla. Elevation 22 ft. Drilled
Well Company, 1948. Logged by driller.


Materials

Sand

Sand; clay

Marl, blue; limestone

Limestone


Thickness
(feet)

30

40

238

236


and adjacent




by Gray Artesian


Depth
(feet)

30

70

308

544


Casing: 8-in to 314 ft; open hole from 314 to 544 ft.







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 115. W-149.

Eglin Air Force Base, Field 4. Elevation 87 ft. Drilled by Stevens
Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, medium; clay, yellow 40 40

Sand, coarse 45 85

Sand, medium; clay, gray 65 150

Sand, coarse; clay 105 255

Sand. coarse 97 352


Sand, coarse; clay, gray

Limestone, brown, hard

Limestone

Limes tone

Sand, dark gray, medium

Limestone, white, soft


374

400

445

500

545

640


Casing: 16-in to 76 ft; 10-in to 454 ft;
from 524 to 640 ft.


8-in to 524 ft; open hole








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 119. W-2157.

City of Niceville, Florida. Elevation 16 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central
Company, 1950. Logged by driller.


Materials

Sand, clear, fine to medium

Sand, coarse to fine

Sand; marl, greenish gray

Sand, fine to medium; marl

Sand; marl

Marl, green; sand

Marl; sand; limestone

Limestone, cream, soft

Limestone, cream to gray, porous

Limestone, tan, porous


Thickness
(feet)

51

69

10

67

53

35

10

30

106

34


Depth
(feet)

51

120

130

197

250

285

295

325

431

465


Casing: 10-inch to 340 ft; open hole 340 to 465 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 120. W-405.

U.S. Forest Service, Jackson Ranger Station. Elevation 59 ft. Drilled
by Gray Artesian Well Company, Florida, 1939. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, coarse 60 60

Sand, fine to medium; clay 20 80

Sand, gray, medium 270 350

Limestone, gray, coarse 70 420

Limestone, gray, fine 42 462

Limestone, gray 21 483

Limestone, brown 17 500

Limestone, brown 24 524


Casing: 6-in to 370 ft; open hole from 370 to 524 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 126.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 60 ft. Drilled by E. L. Thomason,
1966. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, brown, very coarse 10 10

Sand, cream to white, very coarse; clay 13 23



Casing: 4 in to 18 ft; 5 ft of screen to 23 ft.







BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 127.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled
1966. Logged by driller.

Thickness


Sand,

Sand,

Sand,


Materials (fee

tan to orange; very coarse 5

coarse; gravel, orange 5

very coarse; gravel, cream to tan; 60
clay white


and adjacent




by E. L. Thomason,


Depth
(feet)

5

10

80


Casing: 4 in to 75 ft; 5 ft of screen to 80 ft.


et)







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 130. W-142.

Eglin Air Force Base, Field 2. Elevation 154 ft. Drilled by St
Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, coarse; some clay 40 40

Sand, coarse; some clay, gray 65 105

Limestone, brown to gray, porous 105 210

Sand, medium to coarse 40 250

Sand, medium; some clay 170 420

Limestone, gray, porous 15 435

Limestone, light gray, fine, hard 125 560

Sand, gray, medium 25 585



Casing: 10-in to 436 ft; open hole from 436 to 585 ft.


evens








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 132.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 25 ft. Drilled by E. 1. Thomason,
1966. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, tan to brown, fine to coarse 2 2

Gravel; clay, orange to cream 18 30



Casing: 4-in to 15 ft; 5 ft of screen to 20 ft.








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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 133.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled
1966. Logged by driller.


Materials

Sand, tan to white; organic material

Sand, orange, medium to very coarse;
clay, orange; gravel, coarse

Sand; gravel, tan, coarse; clay, white

Clay, orange; gravel, coarse

Clay, gray; sand, very fine


Thickness
(feet)

3

6


30

10

20


and adjacent




by E. L. Thomason,


Depth
(feet)

3

9


39

49

69


Casing: 4-in to 33 ft; 5 ft screen to 38 ft.







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 135. W-168.


Eglin Air Force Base, Field 5. Elevation 212 ft.
Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness
Materials (feet)

Sand, brown, fine to medium; white 48
clay stain on sand particles


Sand, white to tan, medium to coarse

Sand, white, medium; few orange stained
crystals

Sand, gray to white, fine; black phos-
phorite grains, shell fragments

Sand, gray, fine; phosphorite grains;
shell fragments; limestone
fragments

Limestone, white

Limestone, gray, coarse

Limestone, white to tan, coarse


231


123



92

10

50


Drilled by Stevens


Depth
(feet)

48


113


405


528



620

630

680


Casing: 10-in to 528 ft; open hole from 528 to 680 ft.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 138. W-255.

Eglin Air Force Base, Field 6. Elevation 160 ft. Drilled by St
Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, medium to fine 40 40

Sand, medium to fine; clay 20 60

Sand, medium to fine 60 120

Sand, brown, medium 20 140

Sand, white, medium 40 180

Sand, medium 40 220

Sand, brown, coarse to medium 40 260

Sand, greenish-gray, medium 40 300

Sand; marl, blue 40 340

Sand, fine 20 360

Sand, fine to medium 40 400

Sand, fine to coarse 120 520

Limestone, brown, hard 60 580

Limestone, brown, medium hard 20 600

Limestone, brown 20 620

Limestone, light gray 80 700

Limestone, brown 30 730



Casing: 10-in to 527 ft; open hole from 527 to 730 ft.


evens






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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 144. W-254

Eglin Air Force Base, Field 3. Well No. 1. Elevation 221 ft.
Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth


Materials

Sand, medium coarse to coarse; clay,
white

Sand, medium coarse to coarse; clay white
to yellow

Sand, brown to gray, medium to coarse

Sand, brown to gray, medium to coarse;
shale, gray

Shale, gray, fine; limestone, light brown
to gray

Limestone, brown

Limestone, light brown to gray

Limestone, brown to dark brown

Limestone, brown

Limestone, light brown to cream white

Limestone, light brown


(feet) (feet)

50 50


90


260

90


140


400

490


510


530

550

575

600

700

795


25

100

95


Casing: 10-in to*510 ft; open hole from 510 to 795 ft.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells .in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 154. W-7868.

City of Holt, Fla. Elevation 195 ft. Drilled by Spillers Well
and Pump Company, 1967 Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand; clay 40 40

Clay. blue 40 80


Sand, pink

Sand; clay

Sand; clay,

Sand; clay,

Sand; marl,

Sand; marl,

Limestone

Sand, fine


blue

blue; shell

blue

blue; limestone


65

40

20

60

185

20

40

20


145

185

205

265

450

470

510

530

555

570

620

645


Sand

Sand; clay, white

Limestone, soft

Limestone


Casing: 6-in to 540 ft: open hole from 540 to 645 ft.






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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 155.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 80 ft. Drilled by E. I. Thomason,
1966. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Clay, orange; sand, fine 10 10

Clay, blue 10 20



Casing: 4 in to 9 ft; 5 ft of screen to 14 ft.






INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 156.

U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled
1966. Logged by driller.


Materials

Clay, yellow to white; sand, fine

Clay, yellow to white to blue at 13 ft

Clay, blue, dense

Same as above with mica

Clay, blue

Clay, blue


Thickness
(feet)

10

5

5

20

10

15


and adjacent




by E. L. Thomason,


Depth
(feet)

10

15

20

40

50

65


Casing: 4 in to 60 ft; 5 ft of screen to 65 ft.






88 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY




Table 8. Logs of selected wel s in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference n:miber 161. W-8480.

City of Crestview, Fla. Elevation 215 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central
Company, 1966. Tentative stratigraphic assignments by J. B. Foster.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

TERRACE DEPOSITS AND
CITRONELLE FORMATION

Sand, tan to orange, very fine to very 42 42
coarse; orange clay staining sand;
black phosphorite grains

Sand, white to beige, very fine to 23 65
coarse; white and beige clay

Sand, white to light gray, fine to very 67 132
coarse; white clac staining grains;
black phosphorite grains

MIOCENE COARSE CLASTICS

Sand, tan to gray, fine to granule; gray 45 177
clayed sand layers; orange and white
clay; mica; black heavy material

Clay, gray, waxy; sand; shell; mica 68 245

Sand, light gray to tan, very fine to 44 289
coarse; gray clay; shell; mica

Limestone, light gray, fine granular; 44 333
sand; shell; clay, gray

Sand, light gray to tan, fine to coarse; 91 424
limestone cement; shell

Limestone. white to light gray, granular; 8 432
shell; foraminifera; some sand grains;
gray phosphoritic shells

Limestone, white, fine granular; mica; 6 438
fossil casts

Limestone, white to gray, crystalline, 23 461
dolomi tic






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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference Iumber 161. W-8480 (continued).

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone, light gray to beige, 27 488
granular; shell; foraminifera;
black phosphorite filling shell
tests

Lmestone, white to brown, crystalline, 26 514
dolomitic; shell; foraminifera;
black phosphorite

mestone, brown, crystalline, dolomitic; 90 604
black phosphorite inclusions; few
foraminifera

Limestone, light gray to beige, fine 32 641
crystalline; few shell; black
phosphorite material

Limestone, white to light gray, granular; 1 642
abundant forminifera; shell; same
gray phosphoritic material


Casing: 16-in to 423 ft; open hole 423 to 642 ft.







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Table 8. Logs of selected veils in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 162. W-1950.

City of Crestview, Florida. Elevation 227 ft. Drilled by Gray
Artesian Well Company, 1949. Logged by driller.

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Sand, orange to red, medium-coarse 10 10

Sand, coarse 10 20

Sand, white, coarse 10 30

Sand, white 20 50

Sand, very coarse; clay, white 10 60

Sand, white, medium 10 70

Sand, medium to coarse 10 80

Sand, white, very coarse 10 90

Sand, white, coarse 20 110

Sand, greenish-gray 40 15

Sand, gray; marl 40 190

Sand 40 230

Sand, fine; gravel 40 270

Sand, fine; marl 40 310

Sand; gravel 110 420

Limestone, cream, porous 20 440

Limestone, cream, soft 10 450

Limestone, cream, soft 154 604


Casing: 10-in to 438 ft; open hole 438 to 604 ft.


t







INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 187. W-5843.

City of Laurel Hill. Elevation 279 ft. Drilled by
Company 1961. Logged by driller.

Thickness
Materials (feet)

Sand; clay 7

Clay, white; sand 28

Clay, red 10

Sand, white, fine 3

Sand; clay, blue 60

Sand; clay 17

Sand; clay streaks 32

Clay, white to gray, soft, sand 72

Limestone, hard 11

Limestone, hard 13

Limestone; clay 20

Limestone, brown, hard; clay 12

Limestone, brown, medium hard; clay 105
streaks

Limestone, hard 95

Limestone, brown, medium to hard 122


and adjacent




Acme Drilling


Depth
(feet)

7

35

45

48

108

125

157

229

240

253

273

285

390


485

607


Casing: 8-in to 240 ft, 6-in to 438 ft:


oven hole from 438 to 607 ft.







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Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 189. W-4286 (continued).

Thickness Depth
Materials (feet) (feet)

Limestone, light gray, medium to fine; 15 370
some foraminifera

Limestone, light to dark gray, fine to 80 450
coarse

Limestone, light to dark gray, fine to 115 565
coarse; granular; foraminifera


Casing: 4-in to 360 ft; open hole 360 to 565 ft.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adj
areas--continued.

Report well reference number 189. W-4286.

Florida Forest Service, Sand Hill Tower. Elevation 270 ft.
by Willis Brown, 1957. Logged by driller.

Thickness De


Materials

Sand, reddish orange, fine; few
partially cemented sand grains

Sand, red to tan, medium to fine

Sand, pink to tan, very fine

Sand, gray, very fine to medium;
abundant cemented sand particles

Sand, gray, very fine to fine; few
phosphorite grains

Sand, gray to tan, fine to medium;
abundant cemented sand particles

Sand, gray to orange, fine to medium;
few phosphorite grains

Sand, tan to white, medium to fine

Sand, tan to gray, medium to fine

Clay, gray; abundant shell fragments;
sand, fine to coarse

Clay, tan to gray; sand, white to
orange, fine to coarse

Sand, white to orange, fine to medium

Limestone, gray, medium to coarse

Limestone, gray, coarse to medium


(feet) (f

40


acent




Drilled


pth
eet)

40


180

220

250


290


340

350

355







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Table 9. Report Well Reference Number Keyed to
Florida Bureau of Geology Well File Number


Report Well
Reference Number


3
12
16
19
26
27
36
43
44
51
55
59
69
70
74
81
84
87
89
96
105
109
ll
115
119
120
130
135
138
139
144
154
161
162
163
187
189


Florida Bureau of Geology
Well File Number


Okaloosa County











































Santa Rosa County


Walton County


W-4692
W-2537
W-8886
W-1018
W-2298
W-4828
W-3391
W-4257

W-5965
W-828
W-4927
W-5736
W-4550
W-2731
W-5872
W-8885
W-3994
W-4510
W-2552
W-3198
W-7389
W-1774
W-149
W-2157
W-405
W-142
W-168
W-255
W-256
W-254
W-7868
W-8480
W-1950
W-3550
W-5843
W-4286



WG-124



W-249
W-5520







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67


SELECTED DATA REFERENCES

U.S. Geological Survey
Water levels and artesian pressures in observation wells in the United States: Annual
reports as follows: 1946, Water-Supply Paper 1072; 1947, Water-Supply Paper 1097;
1948, Water-Supply Paper 1127; 1949, Water-Supply Paper 1157; 1950, Water-Supply
Paper 1166; 1951, Water-Supply Paper 1192; 1952, Water-Supply Paper 1222; 1953,
Water-Supply Paper 1266; 1954, Water-Supply Paper 1322; 1955, Water-Supply Paper
1405.

Ground water levels in the United States: Reports as follows: 1956-58, Water-Supply
Paper 1538; 1959-63, Water-Supply Paper 1803; 1964-68, Water-Supply Paper (In
preparation).

Quality of surface waters of the United States: Annual reports as follows: 1958,
Water-Supply Paper 1571; 1959, Water-Supply Paper 1641; 1960, Water-Supply Paper
1741; 1961, Water-Supply Paper 1881; 1962, Water-Supply Paper 1941; 1963,
Water-Supply Paper 1947; 1964, Water-Supply Paper 1954.

1965, 1966, and 1967 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 2, Water quality records:
Water Resources Div.

1968 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 2, Water quality records: Water Resources
Div. (in preparation).

1960 and 1.963 Compilation of records of surface waters of the United States through
September 1950 and through September 1960; pt. 2-B, South Atlantic Slope and
Eastern Gulf of Mexico basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl River: U.S. Geol. Survey
Water-Supply Papers 1304 and 1724, 399 and 458 p.

1961, 1962, 1963 and 1964 Surface-water records of Florida, Vol. 1, Streams: Water
Resources Div.

1965, 1966, and 1967 Water Resources data for Florida, pt. 1, Surface water records,
Vol. 1, Streams: Water Resources Div.

1968 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 1, Surface water records, Vol. 1, Streams:
Water Resources Div. (in preparation).




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STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Randolph Hodges, Executive Director DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES J.V. Sollohub, Director BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Robert O. Vernon, Chief Information Circular No. 67 SELECTED WATER RESOURCE RECORDS FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS By James B. Foster and Charles A. Pascale U.S. Geological Survey Prepared by the UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the BUREAU OF GEOLOGY DIVISION OF INTERIOR RESOURCES FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES and OKALOOSA COUNTY TALLAHASSEE 1971

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of Completed manuscript received February 11, 1970 Printed by the Florida Department of Natural Resources Division of Interior Resources Bureau of Geology Tallahassee ii

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CONTENTS Page Introduction .......... ..................... .... .. 1 Acknowledgemerits ................................. 1 Well-numbering system ................................ 3 Hydrologic Data ..................................... 3 Selected Data References ................................95 ILLUSTRATIONS Figure Page 1 Map of Florida showing location of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas and a diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system ...........2 2 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of surface-water and rainfall data collection sites. ... ................ ....... 10 3 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried wells which top the Floridan aquifer with those wells used for water-level observation indicated ..............................23 4 Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried wells which tap the sand-and-gravel aquifer with those wells used for water-level observations indicated ................... ............24 TABLES Table 1 Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ..5 2 Miscellaneous surface-water data not previously published ............7 3 Records of rainfall in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ........... 11 4 Records of wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ...........12 5 Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ... 25 6 Ground-water pumpage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ................................33 7 Chemical analyses and temperature of ground waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas ........... ........................ 35 8 Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas .......... 58 9 Report well reference number keyed to Florida Bureau of Geology well file number ..................................... 94 m..

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SELECTED WATER RESOURCES RECORDS FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS By James B. Foster and Charles A. Pascale INTRODUCTION This report presents water resources records for Okaloosa County, the upper drainage area of Shoal River, coastal areas in Walton County, and selected areas in Santa Rosa County as shown in figure 1. These records were collected from January 1966 through September 1968 as a part of an investigation by the U.S. Geological Survey of the water resources of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas. The investigation was made in cooperation with Okaloosa County and the Bureau of Geology, Division of Interior Resources, Florida Department of Natural Resources. The purpose of the report is to assemble the basic data collected during the investigation that are not previously published. Other data reports pertaining to Okaloosa and adjacent areas are contained in the list of selected references. The interpretative results of the investigation are in the report entitled, "Water resources of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas" by J.B. Foster and C.A. Pascale (in preparation, 1969). Geologic and hydrologic information are presented in tables which group the data according to type. Maps of the area show the location of data collection stations within the county and adjacent areas. The stratigraphic nomenclature conforms to the usage of the Florida Bureau of Geology and not necessarily to that of the U.S. Geological Survey. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A number of individuals and organizations have been most generous in supplying information and assistance in the process of collecting data for this investigation. The courtesies extended by the following persons are most appreciated: G.R. Hinson and J.B. Hoover -Okaloosa Water and Sewage System Joe Morgan, E.W. Dick, J.H. Lynham, and Grady Henderson -City of Fort Walton Beach Col. J. Y. Read, Col. W.F. Potter, W.E. Alford, R.A. Hoffman, C.R. Smith, and L. Davis -Eglin Air Force Base W.T. McKenzie -Okaloosa Island Authority A.G. Symons and R.H. Brown -Layne -Central Company

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2 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY *7T* W* *e* 64* *e le* 1* 60 "lie G E G OR IA Location or aa cloag m,,..oo,,o, 11• Figure 1. Map of Florida showing location of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas and a diagram illustrating the 16-character well-numbering system.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 3 E.L. Thomason -Thomason Well and Pump Company Robert Gibson -Gibson Well Drilling We also extend our thanks to the numerous other individuals in the county and adjacent areas who gave us access to their wells and who furnished us with information on their water supplies. WELL -NUMBERING SYSTEMS The well-numbering system used to catalogue wells in this report is that of the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. It is based on the location of wells within a one-second grid of parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude. A report well reference number has also been used as a cross-reference number. The Geological Survey number used to catalogue wells is a 16-character number that defines the latitude and longitude of the southeast corner of a one-second quadrangle in which the well is located. The first 6 characters of the well number include the digits of the degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude, in that order. The 6-digits defining the latitude are followed by the letter N which indicates north latitude for wells in the northern hemisphere. The 7 digits following the letter N gives the degrees, minutes, and seconds of longitude. The last digit, set off by a period from the rest of the number, is assigned sequentially to identify wells inventoried within a one-second quadrangle. An example of the well number is illustrated in figure 1. The designation 275134N0815220.1 indicates the first well inventoried in the one-second quadrangle bounded by latitude 27051'34" on the south and longitude 081052' 20" on the east. The report well reference number is used to facilitate the identification of wells in the tables and on the well location maps. It is also used to provide a cross-reference between wells in this report and wells which are discussed in the report by Foster and Pascale which was previously mentioned. HYDROLOGIC DATA Data pertaining to surface water are found in tables 1 and 2. The surface-water-data-collection sites in table 1 are listed in downstream order. The station number identifies the sites on the map in figure 2. Table 2 contains miscellaneous streamflow measurements, results of chemical analyses, temperatures, and specific conductances of surface water. Rainfall records are compiled in table 3 and the locations of the rain gages are shown in figure 2. Table 4 gives a record of wells inventoried in and adjacent to Okaloosa County whose locations are shown in figures 3 and 4. Other ground-water data are included in tables 5, 6, and 7 which contain records of water levels, pumpage,

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4 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY and results of chemical analyses, temperatures, and specific conductances. Figures 3 d 4 show the location of wells for which water level records are available. Wells listed in table 7 may also be located in figures 3 and 4 by the report well reference number. Lithologic logs of selected wells are presented in table 8. The location of these wells and other wells for which drill cuttings are on file with the Florida Bureau of Geology are shown in figures 3 and 4. Table 8 gives the cross-reference between the report well reference number used in figures 3 and 4 and tables 4 and 7 and the Florida Bureau of Geology well file number. *1

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 Table 1. Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas. Type of record: A, standard chemical analysis; D, Discharge and stage; K, Conductivity; S, Stage. Frequency of record: d. Daily; r, Continuous; (3), Total number of analyses of samples or measurements of streamflow. Station Drainage Type and No. on Location area frequency fig. 2 (in downstream order) sq. mi. of record Period of record 12B COASTAL AREA BETWEEN CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER AND YELLOW RIVER 1 Rocky Creek near Portland -D(3) 1965-67 A(1) 1965 2 Rocky Creek near Niceville 67.0 Dr March 1966 to June 1968 A(5), K(7)* 1966-68 3 Long Creek near Portland -D(1) K(1)* 1967 4 Long Creek (No. 2) near Valparaiso -D(1) K(1)* 1967 5 Turkey Creek near Valparaiso -D(1) K(l)* 1967 6 Swift Creek near Niceville 5.15 D(8) 1961-67 A(3) 1966-68 7 Turkey Creek near Niceville 25.0 Dr April 1966 to June 1968 A(6), K(7)* 1966-68 8 Rogue Creek near Valparaiso -D(4) K(4)* 1966-67 9 Tenmile Creek near Valparaiso -D(2) K(2)* 1967 10 Anderson Branch near Valparaiso -D(1) K(1)* 1967 11 Juniper Creek near Niceville 29.5 Dr March 1966 to June 1968 A(6), K(7)* 1966-68 12 Turkey Creek at Niceville -A(1) 1967 13 Toms Creek at Valparaiso -D(1) K(1)* 1967 14 Carnier Creek near Garnier -D(1) K(1)* 1967 15 Lightvood Knot Creek near Garnier -D(1) K(1)* 1967 16 Turtle Creek near Fort Walton Beach -D(2) 1966-67 17 East Bay River near Wynnehaven Beach 62.0 Dr April 1966 to June 1968 A(5), K(6)* 1966-68 12C YELLOW RIVER BASIN 18 Yellow River near Oak Grove -D(3) 1966-68 A(3) 1966-68 19 Yellow River at Milligan 624 Dr July 1938 to June 1968 Kd 1965-68 A(ll), K(5)* 1962-68 20 Trammel Creek near Milligan -D(4) 1967 A(3), K(4)* 1966-68 21 Baggett Creek near Milligan 7.8 Dr October 1964 to June 1968 A(4) 1966-68 22 Qua Creek near DeFuniak Springs -D(3) 1965-67 23 Caney Creek near Clendale -D(2) 1966-67 24 Shoal River near Hossy Head 123 Dr March 1951 to June 1968 A(6), K(7)* 1966-68 *See Table 2. a approximate

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6 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 1. Surface-water data-collection points in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued Station Drainage Type and So. on Location area frequency tig. 2 (in downstream order) sq. mi. of record Period of record 25 Lake Jackson near Paxton a2 Sd September 1966 to June 1968 26 Horsehead Creek near Laurel Hill -D(2) 1966-67 27 Pond Creek near Dorcas 94.8 Dd October 1966 to June 1968 A(7), K(7)* 1966-68 28 Shoal River near Dorcas -D(5) 1966-68 A(3) 1966-68 29 Titi Creek near Creatview 62.9 Dr March 1966 to June 1968 A(7), K(7)* 1966-68 30 Shoal River near Crestview 474 Dr July 1938 to June 1968 A(6), K*(6) 1966-68 31 Turkey Hen Creek near Cresview -D(1) K*(l) 1967 32 Gopher Creek near Crestview -D(l) K*(1) 1967 33 Carsprlng Branch near Crestviev -D(l) K*(1) 1967 34 Turkey Gobbler Creek rear Crestviev -D(1) K*(l) 1967 35 Wilkinson Creek near Crestview -D(1) K*(l) 1967 36 Middle Creek near Creatviev -D(1) K*(l) 1967 37 Malone Creek near Crestview -D(l) K*(1) 1967 38 Metts Creek near Crestviev -D(1) K*(l) 1967 39 Yellow River near Holt 1210 Dr, D(2) 1933-41; 1966-68 A(3) 1966-68 12D BLACKHATER RIVER BASIN AND COASTAL AREA 40 BIackwater River near Good Hope a90 D(2) 1966-68 A(3) 1966-68 41 Soggy Hollow Creek near Good Hope -D(1) A(1), K*(1) 1966 42 Blackwater River near Blackman -D(l) A(1) 1967 43 Blackwater River near Baker 205 Dr March 1950 to June 1968 A(8), K*(4) 1966-68 44 Blackwater River near Holt 276 D(15) 1958-62; 1966-68 A(4) 1966-68 *See Table 2, page a approximate

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 7 Table 2. Niseellaneous surface-water data not previously published. Specific ConductTeoance Station Disper(nicroRo. on Date cherge acure mhoe fig. 2 Stream Tributary to Location Hea ured (cf ) F at 25*C) 1 Rocky Creek Rocky Bayou Let 30'32'07", long 86"22'55", in 12-20-66 115 54 12 SEt sec. 31, T. 1 N., R. 21 W., 3-21-67 152 65 17 at bridge on woods road, 6 miles 68-67 112 70 19 east of Niceville, Okaloosa County, 109-67 275 68 24 Fla. 11-15-67 157 59 12 14-68 240 59 17 2-12-68 172 50 15 3 Long Creek Rocky Creek Lat 3'030'45', long 86'23'24", in 4-25-67 9.87 67 32 HWk eec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 21 W., at culvert on graded road; 0.5 miles above Rocky Creek and 11.7 miles vet of Portland, Walton County, Fla. 4 Long Creek Rocky Creek Lat 30'31'20", long 86*24'42". in 4-25-67 8.11 67 16 (No. 2) SE sec. 2, T. 1 S., R. 22 W., at culvert on woods road, 1.3 alles above Rocky Creek and 5 miles east of Valparaiso, Okaloossa County, Fla. 5 Turkey Creek Rocky Bayou let 30*30'43", long 86'25'30", in 4-25-67 6.44 68 14 NWk ec. 11, T. 1 S., R. 22 V.. at culvert on graded road, 0.4 mile above Rocky Bayou and 4 mlles east at Valparaiso, Okalooea County, Fla. 7 Turkey Creek Boggy Bayou Let 30"33'43", long 86*32'10", in 12-19-66 67.8 54 9 Wl eec. 27, T. 1 N., R. 22 W., at 3-21-67 75.6 67 16 downatream side of bridge on woods 66-67 66.9 72 23 road, 0.6 mile upstream from Rogue 10-10-67 69.9 65 14 Creek and 4.5 miles northvest of 11-13-67 79.9 63 12 Niceville, Okaloosa County, Fla. 12-68 86.5 65 15 2-12-68 84.7 54 17 8 Rogue Creek Turkey Creek Let 30*33'20", long 86'33'46", in 7-13-66 12.5 74 14 SEl sec. 29, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., at 1-12-67 11.9 59 15 culvert on voods road, 4.2 miles 3-22-67 10.4 67 13 northwest of Valparaiso, Okaloosa 4-27-67 15.7 67 18 County, Fla. 9 Tenile Creek Juniper Creek Lat 30*34'12", long 86*31'00", in 3-22-67 35.7 63 12 SEl sec. 23, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., 4-27-67 37.4 68 16 at bridge on graded road, 0.3 mile above Juniper Creek and 4.8 miles north of Valparaiso, Okalooaa County, Fla. 10 Anderson Branch Juniper Creek Let 30'33'35". long 86*30'50", in 4-25-67 4.13 77 18 NEk ec. 26, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., at culvert on graded road, 0.3 mile above Juniper Creek and 4 alles north of Valparatso. Okaloosa County, Fla. 11 Juniper Creek TurkeyCreek lat 30'33'26", long 86*31'11", In 12-20-66 57.0 54 9 NAW sec. 26, T. 1 N., R. 23 W., at 3-21-67 69.2 67 17 donestrean side of bridge on State 66-67 74.5 70 21 Highway 85, 0.9 mile upstream from 95-67 54.8 61 14 Turkey Creek and 3 miles northwest 11-13-67 73.7 61 14 of Niceville, Okalooaa County, Fla. 12-68 114 63 16 2-12-68 87.8 50 15 13 Toms Creek Toms Bayou Lat 30"30'22", long 86'31'27", in 4-25-67 13.9 68 22 Wk eec. 14, T. 1 S., R. 23 V., at culvert on State Highway 85, In Valparaiso, Okaloosa County, Fla. 14 Carnier Creek Carnier Bayou Lat 30*28'49", long 86*35'07", in 3-23-67 21.3 56 18 SEl sec. 19, T. I S., R. 23 U., at culvert on State Highway 85A, 0.3 mile above Carnier Bayou and 1.8 illes north of Crnier, Okaloosa County, Fla. 15 Lightvood Knot Carnier Bayou Let 30*28'41", long 86'35'45", in 4-27-67 44.2 68 20 Creek .SW ec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 23 W., at bridge on State Highway 85A, 0.3 mile above Garnier Bayou and 1.4 milea north of Carnelr, Okaloosa County, Fla.

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8 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 2. Miacellaneous surface-water data not previously publiabed -Continued Specific ConductTemante Station Disper(nmcio%o. oa Date charge ature mhos fig. 2 Stream Tributary to location Measured (cfa) "F at 25*C) 17 East Bay River East ay Lat 30'25'53", long 86*46'20", in 12-20-66 160 58 18 NBt see. 8, T. 2 S., R. 25 W., near 3-21-67 153 65 20 bridge on woods road, 2.2 miles up109-67 170 72 20 stream from Panther Creek and 1.5 11-14-67 166 63 15 miles north of Wynnebaven Beach, 13-68 318 59 -40 Okaloosa County, Fla. 2-13-68 146 52 19 19 Yellow River Blackwater Bay lat 30'45'l0', long 86*37'45", in 32-67 983 56 40 sec. 15, T. 3 N., R. 24 V., upstream 4-13-67 437 77 68 aide of old bridge on U.S. Highway 8-10-67 314 74 65 90, 0.5 mile east of Milligan, Oka9-20-67 335 74 68 loosa County, 0.5 mile upstream from 11-15-67 621 58 57 Tramel Creek. 20 Trammel Creek ellow River eat 3044'48", long 86*37'14", in 4-13-67 4.0* 68 90 Wt sec. 23, T. 3 8., R. 24 W., at 5-18-67 6.0* 69 105 culvert on State Highway 4, 0.9 mile 8-10-67 3.5* 69 90 above Gully Branch and 1.0 mile:east 9-20-67 5.0* 72 78 of Milligan, Okaloosa County, Fla. 24 Shoal giver Yellov River Lat 30'47'45", long 86"18'25", in 1-20-67 191 58 40 SW sec. 36, T. 4 N., R. 21 W., near 33-67 135 55 16 center of bridge on State Highway 4-13-67 91.4 65 20 285, about 200 ft downstream from 5-19-67 51.6 67 26 Machine Branch and 3.9 miles north 113-67 793 56 27 of Mossy Head, Walton County, Fla. 12-14-67 457 61 21 27 Pond Creek Shoal River Lat 30'50'02", long 86'25'43", in 12-21-66 54.5 49 22 NEk sec. 22, T. 4 N., R. 22 W., at 3-20-67 60.4 61 25 bridge on county road, 0.2 mile 67-67 35.2 72 30 downstrean from Juniper Creek and 96-67 53.7 72 24 2.6 miles north of Dorcas, Okaloosa 11-16-67 85.2 52 22 County. Fla. 14-68 224 59 26 2-14-68 71.6 50 25 29 Titi Creek Shoal River Lat 30*42'05", long 86*29'28", in 12-19-66 94.3 54 10 Wt sec. 6, T. 2 N., R. 22 W., at 3-21-67 106 65 16 bridge on woods road, 0.3 mile down65-67 106 67 25 stream from Long Creek and 5.5 miles 10-18-67 145 67 22 southeast of Crestview, Okaloosa 11-14-67 141 59 13 County, Fla. 13-68 181 61 18 2-13-68 136 50 15 30 Shoal River Yellow River Lat 30*41'50', long 86'34'15", in 1-19-67 844 56 14 sec. 5, T. 2 N., R. 23 W., at bridge 32-67 742 65 22 on State Highway 85. 3.5 miles down4-13-67 492 67 25 stream from Titi Creek and 4.5 miles 8-10-67 369 70 19 south of Crestview, Okaloosa County, 9-20-67 504 72 19 Fla. 11-14-67 845 59 17 31 Turkey Creek Shoal River Ltn 30*40'50", long 86"34'30", in 3-23-67 19.6 57 9 Wkl sec. 17, T. 2 N., R. 23 W., at culvert on graded road, 1.3 miles above Shoal River and 5.3 miles south of Crestview, Okaloosa County, Fla. 32 Gopher Creek Shoal River Lat 30'60'54" long 86"36'20", in 3-23-67 4.55 59 10 NWk sec. 13, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at culvert on graded road, 1.2 miles above Shoal River and 5.0 miles southeast of Hilligan, Okaloosa County, Fla. 33 Carspring Yellow River Lat 30*40'30", long 86'39'00", in 3-23-67 4.19 61 17 Branch NW sec. 16, T. 2 N., R. 24 V., at culvert on graded road, 0.4 mile above YelIto River and 4.8 miles acutheast of Galliver, Okaloosa County, Fla. 34 Turkey Yellon River lat 30*40'17", long 86*39'42", in 3-23-67 30.4 59 12 Gobbler Creek SEI sec. 17, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at bridge on graded road, 0.6 mile above Yellow giver and 4.6 miles southeast of Galliver, Okaloon County, Fla. *Estimated Discharge

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INFORMATION CIRCUALRNO. 67 9 Table 2. Miscellaneous surface-water data not previously published -Continued Specific ConductTemance Station Disper(microNo. on Date charge ature mhos Fig. 2 Stream Tributary to Location Measured (cfs) 'F at 25*C) 35 Wilkinson Yellow River Lat 30*41'23", long 86"40'41", in 3-23-67 7.85 63 11 Creek NEt sec. 7, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at bridge on graded road, 0.4 miles above Yellow River and 2.9 miles southeast of Galliver, Okaloosa County, Fla. 36 Middle Creek Yellow River Lat 80'39'50", long 86'40'35", in 3-23-67 18.0 59 16 lWt see. 20, T. 2 N., R. 24 W., at bridge on graded road, 0.6 mile above Yellow River and 4.5 miles southeast of Galliver, Okaloosa County, Fla. 37 Malone Creek Yellow River Lat 3089'36", long 86'41'57", in 3-23-67 20.9 63 12 SEe sec. 24, T. 2 N., R. 25 W., at bridg6 on graded road, 1.2 miles above Yellow River and 4.9 miles south of Galliver, Okaloosa County, Fla. 38 Metts Creek Yellow River Lat 30"39'20", long 86'48'47", in 3-23-67 16.8 63 14 SEk sec. 22, T. 2 N., R. 25 W., at bridge on graded road, 1.3 miles above Yellow River and 4.1 miles south of Holt, Okaloosa County, Fla. 41 Boggy Hollow Blackwater River Lat 3058'56", long 86*43'06", in 62-66 2.31 70 18 Creek NWt sec. 35, T. 6 N., R. 25 W., at bridge on State Highway 180, 5.2 miles west of Good Hope, Okaloosa County, Fla. 43 Blackwater Blackwater Bay Lat 30"50'00", long 86*44'05", in 88-67 86.1 74 16 River SWD sec. 22, T. 4 N., R. 25 W., at 9-19-67 107 70 17 bridge on State Highway 4, 0.3 mile 112-67 1070 61 31 downstream from Red Wash Branch and 12-13-67' 626 56 29 3.8 miles northwest of Baker, Okaloosa County, Fla.

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10 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY mon B ma w g aw Raw Nmw mow a --47; Figure 2. Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of surface-water and rainfall data colection sites. Tomoo G&L orIO

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 11 Table 3. Records of rainfall in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas. Rainfall in inches. Year J F M A M J J A S O N D Department of Transportation Prison Camp near Niceville, Fla. (30034'N.86032'W.) 1966 8.76 3.00 1.80 4.20 1967 4.44 5.76 0.72 3.60 2.52 6.28 5.00 10.03 4.00 10.08 3.02 11.01 1968 M.R. M.R. 2.64 2.64 2.16 2.64 William's farm near Dorcas, Fla. (30050'N.86026'W.) 1966 3.68 3.73 5.13 1967 5.73 4.67 1.00 1.43 2.86 5.90 5.17 10.25 3.52 10.25 0.74 6.87 1968 2.73 2.41 3.18 1.77 5.33 2.46 Eglin Auxiliary Field 5 (30035'N.86036'W.) 1966 1.76 3.44 1967 4.41 5.06 0.80 2.00 1.43 6.44 4.97 11.55 4.55 9.88 2.10 8.95 1968 1.40 1.05 3.05 0.75 0.95 2.85 Reeves' residence on Lake Jackson near Paxton, Fla. (3059'N.85020'W.) 1966 2.40 6.72 2.76 1967 6.00 5.16 1.20 0.72 1.44 2.16 5.52 7.92 3.12 11.52 0.84 8.04 1968 1.92 1.44 3.48 1.44 2.28 1.80 M.R. Missing Record.

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKAL~OOA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS, WELL NUMBERS See figure I for explanation of well-numbering system, WATER USEi A, air conditioningi H, domestici I, irrigation; N, industrlali REPORT WELL REFERENCE NUMBERI Reference numbers are used to identify wills P, public supply; U, unused. in data and interpretive reports, AQUIFER(S)i IF, Floridan; 4M, shallow artesian; 1S, sand-and-gravel, OWNERSHIPF C, county; F, federal government; M, city; N, corporation or ALTITUDE OF LAND-SURFACI DATUMI Tn the nearest foot, companyl P, private; B, state agency. WATER LEVELI To the nearast foot, Plus values above land-surface datum. WELL FINISHI 8, screen; T, sand point; W, shored; X, open hole. CHEMICAL ANALYSIS AVAILABLE) C, completea J, conductance and chloride; K, METHOD DRILLEDI 8, boredi C, cable; D, dug; H, hydraulic rotary; J, Jetted; conductance; L, chloride; M, multiple--complete and one or more parttals V, driven; 2, air reverie circulation rotary. P, partial, TYPE LIFTI C, centrifugall J, Jets L, multiple-centrifugall M, multipleLOG DATA) E, resiativity and/or spontaneous potentiall F, fluid resisatvity; turbinal N, nonel P, piatonl S, submergiblel T, turbine, 0, gamma ray; L, geologists and/or eamples available; T, temperature, NUMER to DATA OKALOOSA COUNTY FLORIDAN AQUIFER 302254N0862514.1 1 P 1955 600 --X H T P IF 10* --* *" 7-68 -16 38 66 451 C --302304N0862817.1 3 P 1958 653 434 4 X H C P 1F 10* -*75 .** -* .. .. ..-..L 302340N0862942.1 4 C 1964 657 440 -X Z T P IF 30* --536 19 -7-68 -4.0 50 3 555 C -302325N0863329.1 8 F -750 -6 X H S H IF 10* 5 -100 60 -6-67 0.0 12 72 27 645 C -302338N0863526.1 12 S 1951 696 474 5 X C N U 1I 12 48 1-67 90 14 ----* ----* E,L 302346N0863524.1 14 C 1962 850 460 10 X H S P IF 5 10 2-62 325 255 24 2-66 0.02 4.4 69 24 620 C 77 302347N0863604.1 15 C 1955 746 555 10 X -T P 1F 5* --250 90 24 --------L 302352N0863757.1 16 C 1967 874 535 12 X Z T P 1F 8* 32 9-67 305 264 4 -------,G,L 302351N0863829..1 17 F 1958 880 731 6 X --H 1F 5* --50 --6-67 0.03 60 58 20 505 C -302348N0863900.1 18 F 1960 750 550 6 X H S P IF 10* 2 -100 60 20 10-60 0.05 6.4 60 24 566 C 78 302357N0864151.1 19 F 1946 834 592 6 X C T P IF 12 +15 6-46 310 81 -10-49 0.09 13 84 32 657 C 72 L 302342N0864248,1 20 F 1959 802 648 6 X H -P IF 12* --150 --10-60 0.19 17 120 32 778 C 78 302334N0864448.1 21 F 1960 850 669 6 X H -H 1F 10* --100 34 -6-67 0,31 0 139 23 920 C 78 302427N0862934,1 22 P 1955 630 614 3 X H J I IF 5* 1 4-67 ---4-67 ----550 K -302411N0863649,1 23 M -..-. X -T P IF 10* ---*--** ..-.. Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued WELL LAOG NUMBER 9 r, DATA OKALOOSA COUNTY -Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER -Continued 302418N0863640.1 24 M -613 467 6 X -N U IF 17 92 7-66 ------------E,F,G 302419N0863626.1 25 C 1936 800 500 6 X -N U IF 16 446 8-36 --11-46 ------78 *-302419N0863639.1 26 M 1950 735 510 12 X H T P 17 17 +10 11-50 500 100 -7-66 0.10 7.6 140 58 855 C 81 L 302440N0863945.1 27 M 1958 787 570 10 X H T P F1 23 -2-68 300 51 -7-66 --61 25 572 P -L 302442N0863940.1 28 M 1964 764 595 -X Z T P 1F 20* 61 2-68 517 29 -2-66 0.01 4.4 57 18 550 C 77 -302458N0864206.1 32 F 1942 805 550 10 X --P I1 35 32 10-47 500 --5-57 0.06 4.0 76 21 607 C 70 -302431N0864403.1 34 P 1960 820 -6 X H C H IF 10* 6 2-68 ---2-68 0.0 4.6 106 20 730 C -0 302505N0863555.1 35 M -803 510 24 X Z T P 1F 8* 39 7-66 760 174 ---302507N0863639.1 36 M 1954 839 494 16 X H T P 17 7 10 12-54 620 -1154 0.10 20 58 36 -P -L 302535N0863617.1 37 P 1958 572 472 3 X H J U 1F 5* --.--9-67 5.5 1570 19,500 6590 37,700 C -E,F,G 302536N0863618.1 39 P -571 467 2 X H N U 1F 5* 20 9-67 ---9-67 -1400 13,000 6220 35,500 C -E,F,G 302541N0863728.1 41 P 1956 640 --X H SH 1F 12*" ---5-67 --50 -510 P 73 -302511N0863821.1 43 M 1957 735 548 16 X Z T P 1F 38 32 1-67 627 64 -2-66 ----535 P 78 L 302513N0863840.1 44 M 1968 850 520 16 X Z T P 1F 30* 48 5-68 --.-----EO,L 302553N0863830.1 45 P -690 410 4 X --H 17 18* ------2-67 0.00 0.0 75 28 692 C 72 -302530N0863952.1 46 C 1962 475 -10 X H T P 1F 30* -.---3-67 -4,2 50 22 400 C 75 -302521N0864152.1 47 F 1954 807 596 12 X Z T P 1F 35* 32 2-68 275 --10-55 0.20 5.0 65 21 557 C 69 302526N0864619,1 48 F 1964 850 650 -X H -P 1F 34* 6 -25 3 26 7-65 0.12 0.0 118 14 820 C -302516N0864754.1 49 F -560 -6 --P 1F 29* -. 50 ... 10-60 0.59 4.8 66 20 547 C 80 -302604N0863356,1 51 C 1962 610 418 4 X H T P 17 19 0 -150 .. ...--------L 302612N0863455.1 52 P -550 426 4 X H J U 1F 6* --30 .. .. .. --------E,F 302653N0863423.1 54 C 1962 630 420 4 X H -P 1F 71 18 9-62 50 ----*.." .-. 302613N0863501.1 55 F 1944 605 --X H T P 17 6 +28 2-44 750 --2-44 0.10 3.2 48 25 -C 302625N0863545.1 56 C 1960 600 432 6 X H N U 17 11 --180 -1 -.-..-."" 302628N0863535.1 57 N -601 422 4 X I S P 1F 5* --60 ---.---",FG Interpolated from USGS 15 minute eeries topographic map. w

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Table 4, RECOUR OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUN'TY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued WELL DATA OKALOOSA COUNTY Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER ** Continued 302637N0863553.1 58 P -* 320 -3 X H N U 1F 11* 10 9-67 -.** --. --.. .. .. ... -,0 302600N0863611.1 59 C 1958 620 453 4 X H T P IF 13* --" 200 2 -. ----.. .. ... L 30260010863611,2 60 C 1960 620 455 4 X H T P IF 13* -150 --.. ... .... L 302600N0863611.3 61 C -* 620 455 4 X H T IP 1F .3* -.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 302619N0863555,1 64 N -* 570 398 X H -U 1F 12* ---. .. -.... .. .. .. ... E,F,O 302631N0863644.1 65 C -690 -8 X H T P IF 15* -------.. .. -... .. 302606N0863705.1 68 C 1959 601 468 8 X H T P IF 15 --350.----... ... .. 302609N0863754.1 69 C 1961 640 473 4 X H T P IF 21 +2 4-61 123 ------L 302652N0863718.1 70 C 1957 653 500 6 X H T P IF 40 10 10-57 100 ------.. ... L 302711N0862514.1 71 F 1951 425 -4 ---P IF 12* +15 5-57 82 --7-51 0.04 9.3 5 126 286 C 68 -302724N0863254,1 73 F 1965 606 444 16 X Z T P 1F 15* 64 8-67 495 13 24 5-67 0.00 5.6 20 50 365 C -302733N0863217.1 74 F 1952 896 382 12 X -T P IF 8* +22 8-52 900 28 -2-59 0.50 6.0 26 52 401 C 72 L 302748N0863251.1 75 F 1951 603 425 10 X -T P IF 52* 52 2-68 300 --11-52 0.01 8.4 13 72 316 C 70 302743N0863301.1 76 F 1951 620 400 12 X -T P 1F 57 53 2-68 500 --2-59 0.00 7.4 14 71 313 C 72 L 302759N0863209.1 77 F 1957 695 450 18 X -T P 1F 60* 51 2-68 800 --* 5-57 0.40 6.8 7 106 285 C 72 302726N0863648.1 80 M 1965 631 455 16 X H T P IF 37* 32 4-66 830 75 -7-66 0.20 4.0 30 216 440 C 79 E,G,L 302739N0863648.1 81 M 1962 750 500 24 X Z T P IF 36 52 7-66 89. 23 -5-66 0.00 4.4 27 35 400 C .L 302705N0863705.1 82 C 1966 635 470 6 X H S I IF 35 ---" 8 ----. -EG,G,L 302747N0863820.1 84 F 1966 858 503 10 X Z N U IF 58 55 8-66 466 8 24 7-66 0.00 -41 42 470 C 78 E,,L 302857N0862852.1 86 F -540 -6 X -N U IF 8 +29 9-47 .. .. -----. .. ... .. 302852N0862950.1 87 F 1957 642 360 16 X -T P IF 18 40 2-68 1000 --5-57 0.02 7.0 6 119 275 C 72 302852N0863013.1 88 F 1942 557 357 12 X C T P IF 53* 48 2-68 950 38 1 10-49 0.01 10 8 106 294 C 71 302857N0863107.1 89 F 1958 702 404 8 X -T P IF 69 45 1-58 167 --10-60 0.28 9.6 2 112 259 C -L 302808N0863238.1 91 F 1947 627 424 10 X -T P 1F 72* 45 2-68 300 --10-49 0.01 9.8 7 110 284 C 71 30285990863258.1 92 F 1958 736 482 10 X -T P IF 70* 48 2-59 225 11 10 2-59 0.02 8.4 4 110 277 C 72 Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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Table 4, RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued MBER I 0 w to DATA OKALOOSA COUNTY -Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER -Continued 302804N0863510.1 93 C -700 -6 X H T P IF 42* -------... .... 302804N0863510.2 94 C -700 -6 X H T P 1I 42* -------... .. .. 302811N0863539.1 96 F 1951 582 430 6 X -T P 1F 25 38 7-68 200 4 -11-52 0.04 10 8 101 289 C 70 L 302952N0862542.1 97 S 1964 410 -4 X -S P IF 22* --50 --8-65 0.34 7.6 3 92 239 C .. -302921N0862949.1 98 F 1941 575 314 10 X -T P IF 40* 72 2-68 250 --10-49 0.02 10 4 131 280 C 73 302902N0863032.1 99 F 1942 652 364 12 X H T P IF 62* 64 2-68 1000 46 -10-49 0.01 10 3 119 269 C 72 -302903N0863019.1 100 F 1960 590 -6 X -T P IF 58* 79 7-66 450 --10-60 0.37 8.8 6 108 273 C 72 -302910N0863015.1 101 F 1942 607 362 12 X H T P IF 52 58 2-68 1000 53 -10-49 0.02 11 4 122 272 C 69 *302924N0863108.1 106 F 1954 520 -4 --P IF 63* --5 --5-57 0.44 8.2 3 108 261 C 72 -302926N0863119.1 107 F 1951 582 413 8 X C T P IF 70* 76 5-67 300 16 24 8-53 0.13 11 4 110 269 C 72 -302939N0863158.1 108 F 1960 650 436 6 X -T P IF 72* 69 5-67 60 --11-60 0.27 9,2 3 110 262 C 72 -303039N0862839.1 109 M 1965 544 322 16 X H T P IF 15* ----2-66 0.30 7.2 3 112 259 C 75 L 303039N0862924.1 110 M -485 -8 X -N U IF 22 25 2-68 ----------303039N0862924.2 111 M 1948 544 314 8 X C T P IF 22 +5 7-48 350 15 ---------L 303055N0862955.1 112 M -542 --X Z T P IF 52 --800 -------.. .-L 303033N0863002.1 114 M --* --X -T P 1F 71* 30 2-68 415 25 ----------303013N0863516,1 115 F 1942 640 524 8 X C T P 1F 87 28 10-47 250 18 -10-49 0.03 11 4 122 276 C 72 303021N0863516,1 116 F 1942 591 442 10 X H T P F1 89 25 1-48 250 25 -10-49 0.08 11 5 119 282 C 69 -303113N0862915.1 119 M 1950 465 340 10 X H T P 17 16 47 2-68 726 --4-50 0.03 12 3 140 288 --L 0' 303126N0862929.1 120 F 1939 524 370 6 X --P IF 59 +2 4-39 127 24 -10-49 0.01 9.1 3 137 284 C 72 L 303136N0863946,1 122 F ---4 X -P IF 130* --10 --8-65 0.05 0.4 38 26 510 C -303211N0862929.1 123 F 1951 635 373 10 X H T N 1F 92 71 2-68 421 160 -8-53 0.02 8.5 4 135 285 C 70 L 303241N0864617.1 125 F -708 -6 X -T P IF 185* --50 --9-62 0.03 0.0 45 18 590 C 72 303431N0862645.1 130 F 1943 585 436 10 X C T P 1F 154 -1-43 250 24 -10-49 0.02 5.0 3 93 230 C 72 -303441N0862639.1 131 F 1942 652 409 10 X H T P 17 156 93 10-47 250 28 1 10-49 0.02 5.0 3 93 230 C 72 -* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map. *U,
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Table 4, KECOKD OF WEELL IN OKAL)OGA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS .ConCtnu ed WELL LoG OKALOOSA COUNTY -" Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER -Continued 303512N0863751,1 134 F 1942 710 524 10 X H N U IF 178 100 10-47 250 2 -10-49 0.02 10 3 123 260 C 72 e,G 303517N0863801,1 135 F 1942 680 528 10 X C T P IF 212 100 1-48 250 80 -10-49 0.02 12 4 123 270 C 72 -= 303733N0864410,1 138 F 1942 730 527 10 X -T P IF 160 49 10-47 250 5 -10-49 0.17 8.0 36 74 466 C 72 -303745N0864421.1 140 F 1942 690 527 10 X H T P 1F 135 48 1-48 250 4 -10-49 0.01 6.4 35 70 458 C 72 -303820N0862418,1 141 F -530 -4 X --H 11 230* --.. .--5-67 0.23 3.6 4 83 210 C --303849N0863141.1 143 F -609 456 10 X H T P IF 197 99 10-47 250 20 -10-49 0.02 9.8 3 138 270 C 72 -303854N0863149.1 144 F 1943 795 510 10 X C T P 1F 221 140 9-48 250 80 -10-49 0.02 14 4 148 293 C 71-304040N0863415.1 149 F -430 320 6 X --H 1F 120* --.. ... 5-67 0.12 7.2 4 106 248 C -304050N0863453,1 151 F -424 -4 X --H 1F 105* -.. 10 --2-59 0.30 8.4 4 102 232 C --30413290864052.1 152 P 1954 447 350 3 X H N H F1 52 +19 7-66 ----1-68 -5.6 11 59 327 C 74 304245N0864505.1 154 M 1967 645 540 6 X H T P IF 195* 123 -67 204 14 -1-68 0.00 6.0 10 74 316 C --3044120863710.1 159 P -493 -4 X H J H 1F 103* -.--. 7-67 -8.0 3 128 260 C 74 304518N0863340.1 161 M 1966 642 423 16 X Z T P 1F 215* 131 12-66 650 12 12 12-66 0.00 8.8 4 104 209 C 73 E,L 304537N0863406.1 162 M 1949 604 438 10 X C T P 1F 227 126 7-49 432 18 -1-68 0.00 8,7 3 112 233 C 75 -304541N0863407.1 163 M 1955 920 440 10 -H T P F1 264 127 -55 ---1-68 0.00 8.2 3 110 232 C 77 L 304510N0863824.1 164 P 1965 396 320 2 X H J H F1 90* ---.-8-67 0.20 -42 88 405 P 71 304801N0864031.1 167 M ---6 X H T P 1F 221* --125 --5-68 0.00 4.0 25 54 397 'C 63 30554390862519.1 175 P 1967 724 524 4 X H S H 1F 280* 100 5-67 -.-. 5-67 ---260 K -305530N0863227.1 179 P 1966 500 400 4 X H S I 1F 179* 20 5-67 ---1-68 0.00 8.0 3 102 202 C 63 305537N0864120.1 182 P 1968 500 280 4 X H S H F1 170 46 7-68 20 --7-68 -8.0 6 129 292 C -305615N0862848.1 183 S 1959 425 415 4 X H S H IF 290* 113 4-67 ---1-68 0.01 10 3 110 218 C 59 305637N0863114.1 185 P 1966 650 400 4 X -8 H 1F 232* ------4-67 ----250 K 72 305754N0862739.1 187 M 1961 607 428 6 X H T P 1F 279 88 11-61 167 62 4 11-61' 0.27 9.5 7 104 -C -L 305743N0863848.1 188 C -625 --X H S P 1F 215* -----7-68 -5.6 2 121 255 C -305712H0864034.1 189 S 1957 565 360 4 X H S H 17 270* 136 4-67 50 --1-68 0.01 8.0 3 146 268 C 59 -305730N0864156.1 190 P 1962 520 410 3 X B J H 17 185* -----8-67 0.52 --100 200 P 69 Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued WELL LOG NUMBER 4 DATA a I I ... M SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLORIDAN AQUIFER 302329N0864809.1 1 F 1961 1088 708 6 S Z T P IF 5* --402 314 -1-61 0.06 15 256 34 1280 C 70 '-302330N0864820.1 2 F 1957 756 689 16 X H N U IF 8 +15 5-66 450 --8-60 0.13 1.4 288 42 1360 C 85 E,L 302305N0865021.1 3 F 1964 930 720 4 X H L P IF 5* +11 5-64 50 10 5 6-67 0.43 0.0 142 18 840 C -. SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER 302308N0865051.1 4 F 1960 28 -4 S --P 1 10* --10 --7-65 1.5 0.4 9 8 52 C --302308N0865051.2 5 F 1958 42 -2 S --P IS 10* --3 -7-65 0.65 0.4 6 14 52 C -. 302654N0865359.1 6 F -40 -2 S --P IS 12* ... 7-59 0.02 0.5 4 2 20 C -302654N0865359.2 7 F 1963 123 118 4 S H S H 1i 12* --25 --8-65 0.38 0.4 4 4 18 C -30311680865410.1 8 F 1962 172 112 6 S H S H is 137* 90 9-62 25 1 -8-65 0.05 0,8 2 2 13 C --. 303116N0865410.2 9 F -165 -2 ---U 1 137* ---2-59 0.37 0.2 3 2 15 C .303209N0864837.1 10 F 1942 197 140 8 S H T P 18 135 84 10-47 250 9 -10-49 0.04 1.6 5 6 25 C 69 -303216N0864830.1 11 F 1942 209 169 6 S -T P 1 132 109 -250 60 -10-49 0.01 1.9 4 5 20 0 72 L 303504N0865148.1 12 F -100 -4 S -S P 1S 28* --50 -8-65 0.45 4.0 2 2 23 0C -WALTON COUNTY FICRIDAN AQUIFER 30182780860534.2 2 P 1965 --2 X H -H 1F 11* -----4-65 -0.0 20 192 520 C -30194510860928.1 3 S -460 406 3 X H C P IF 5* -----7-68 -19 182 210 902 C -E,G 301946N0860957.1 4 M 1939 615 188 6 X -N P IF 7 +13 4-61 360 --7-61 .-250 --L 77 302058N0861432.1 5 P 1965 --4 X H S P F 12* 7 6-68 .--6-68 -0.0 16 132 276 C 74 -302117N0860528.1 6 S 1963 400 189 4 X H c H IF 28* 18 5-63 ---5-63 0.3 8.4 35 128 342 C 72 .. Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map, ^3

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1-4 00 Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKAWOOA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued NUBER DT , WALTON COUNTY -Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER -Continued 302102N0861424.1 7 P 1963 368 270 4 X H H IF 1 1* 14 7-63 20 -7-63 0.01 0.0 34 140 320 C -302111N0861434.1 8 P 1961 330 90 4 X H J H 1F 10* +1 6-58 --5-63 -*--304 P 72 -302214N0860652.1 9 P -" 450 -8 X C -H 1F 11 +16 3-36 --6-68 -17 215 135 902 C 74 -302229N0861544.1 10 P -821 252 3 X --H F1 14 0 4-61 --7-68 -67 362 178 1480 C --302231N0862143.1 11 P 1965 420 350 4 X H 8 1F 12* 9 6-65 ---7-68 -18 10 116 300 C 77 -302357N0861007.1 12 s ---3 X --1 1F 5 +14 9-61 50 -5-63 -* --1920 P 76 -303049N0862032.1 13 F -380 -4 X --H 1F 99* --15 --8-65 0.37 8.4 2 95 230 C --303103N0862010.1 17 F -475 -6 X -T P 1 92* --30 --8-60 0.17 7.5 1 107 237 C -303103N0862010.2 18 F -382 305 6 X H S P 1F 92* 56 -100 4 -8-65 0.06 8.8 5 104 220 C -303443N0861939.1 19 F -452 -6 X -T P F 178* 137 -150 4 -8-60 0.05 7.7 6 105 232 C --304044N0862116.1 28 F 1942 630 323 10 X H T P F1 231 --* 250 10 -10-49 0.01 11 3 125 246 C 71 -304055N0862114.1 29 F 1942 625 327 10 X C T P IF 238* --245 80 -10-49 0,02 11 3 129 251 C 72 -304358N0861208.1 32 N 1960 509 323 10 X H T H IF 274 144 4-61 ---7-68 -8.0 7 78 180 C 72 304643N0861830.1 37 P 1965 420 200 4 X H S H IF 232* -----7-68 -8.0 4 126 238 C -304953N0862053.1 39 N 1964 227 -4 X H 8 H 17 192* -----8-67 0.05 --.275 P 70 305110N0861648.1 41 P -415 285 4 X H J H 1F 255* 100 ----7-68 -8.0 4 103 210 C -305336N0862154.1 42 P 1960 320 -4 X H 8 H 17 232* 65 -60 ---7-68 -10 3 114 220 C 76 305804N0861809.1 46 8 -350 230 4 X K 8 P 1F 325* 111 6-68 50 --7-68 -4.0 3 110 210 C -* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued I I OKALOOSA COUNTY -Continued SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER 302303N0862650.1 2 F 1954 26 -4 S -J P 1S 10* --10 --. 11-60 4.3 2.0 12 8 65 0C -302317N0863130.1 5 F 1951 25 -4 8 -C P IS 5* -40 --6-56 0.47 17 35 70 249 C 78 302317N0863130,2 6 F 1961 25 -2 S -0 P 18 5* --10 -8-65 0.96 7.0 21 78 219 C 302319N0863222.1 7 F -23 -2 S -C H 18 10* 5 --7-65 0.20 5.6 14 60 160 C -302328N0863332.1 9 F 1944 29 -4 S -S P 19 10* --27 --2-59 0.08. 8.9 35 54 217 C --302328N0863332.2 10 F 1944 28 -2 --C P S1 10* --18 --8-65 0.02 6.4 15 48 147 C --302334N0863441.1 11 F 1941 25 -2 --C P 18 10* --8 -8-65 0.10 16 18 45 159 C --302343N0863548.1 13 F -24 -2 S -JH S 10* -5 -7-65 0.02 6,4 8 50 120 74 -302439N0864005.1 29 P 1967 25 20 1 T B C I 18 20* -----7-67 1.4 ---110 P 73 302443N0864002.1 30 P ----T B C I I 15* ----7-67 1.8 ---55 P 71 -302446N0864004.1 31 P 1967 ---T B C I 1 20* -----7-67 0.27 ---110 P 75 -302431N0864359.1 33 P 1967 40 37 1 T B C H 1 11** -----7-67 1.9 -15 --P 73 -302536N0863606.1 38 P -----B C I 18 5* -----7-67 1.0 ----P --. 302536N0863618.2 40 P 1967 30 -1 T B J A 1S 5* -----7-67 5.8 35 280 115 1180 C -302559N0863702.1 42 P 1961 25 21 1 T B C I 1 12* -----7-67 0.75 -25 -175 P 74 -30251880864738.1 50 F -60 -3 S --P 18 30* --20 --10-66 3.7 4.8 4 6 41 0 70 30262910863422.1 53 P 1967 46 43 1 T B C H 18 15* -----7-67 0.51 -7 --P -.-P 302608N0863613,1 62 P 1958 23 20 1 T B C I 1 12* -----7-67 0.80 ---350 P 71 -30260810863615.1 63 P 1967 25 22 1 T B C I 18 12* ----7-67 0.30 ---150 P 71 -302633N0863641.1 66 P 1967 20 15 1 T B C I 1S 15* -----7-67 0.20 -25 -150 P 70 302635N0863645.1 67 P 1957 35 25 1 T B C I 18 15* -----7-67 0.10 ----P --. 302727N0863147.1 72 F -20 -4 S --P 18 1I2* -50 -5-57 0.06 2.5 7 4 37 C 72 302709N0863442.1 78 P 1965 25 20 1 T B C I 18 5* ----7-67 0.55 -15 --P 70 302709N0863442.2 79 P 1967 30 25 1 T B C H 18 5* -----7-67 0.15 30 350 --C --302711N0863837.1 83 P -38 33 2 T B C 1 18 45* -----7-67 0.04 ----P -* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map. "0

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKAIOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS C. Continued WILL LOo t NUNMBER ---i [ f I DATA OB'I...... ..... ..,. OKALOOSA O~UNTY -Continued SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER -Continued 302747N0863820.2 85 F 1966 38 23 2 T B N U IS 5b 5 11-66 80 --7-66 0.12 -29 P 71 302858N0863116.1 90 F -72 -4 5 --P 18 68* .. .10 --10-60 0.45 0.4 4 3 27 C --302810N0863541.1 95 7 -28 -4 5 --I 15 13* *. -100 -11-60 0.33 8.4 15 81 340 C -302933N0863032.1 102 F -86 -4 8 -J P 18 60* .. .30 --10-60 0.12 0.1 1 12 36 C -. 30294210863022.1 103 F 1943 70 -4 8 -J P 1 60* *-10 ** -5-57 0.06 3.0 4 8 40 C 72 -302914N0863113.1 104 F -68 -2 S --U 18 68* ------10-60 2.1 0.8 5 7 41 C --302915N0863124.1 105 F 1954 86 76 6 -C J P i 69 40 4-54 20 -11-54 0.38 10 4 115 258 C 70 L 303003N0863027.1 113 F 1956 60 -4 8 J P 1 25* --5 --10-60 0.31 0.8 3 4 29 C -. 303044N0863510.1 117 F ---4 ---18 98* 10 -8-64 1.2 0.4 3 4 24 C --303019N0863850.1 118 F ---8 P 19 100* --.. .. .... ..-..... 303104N0863822.1 121 F 1953 110 100 4 8 C J P IS 125* 42 4-53 10 -8-65 0.11 0.4 1 4 21 C -303218N0863748.1 124 F -115 -4 S --U 18 160* --30 --10-60 0.28 0.4 3 2 32 C --303321N0863344.1 126 F 1966 26 21 4 S H N U S1 60* 8 9-66 -.----------L 303330N0863340.1 127 F 1966 91 86 4 8 H N U 18 50* 50 2-67 -.--. -.... --* L 303311N0864539.1 128 F -170 -4 S --P 18 185* --10 -.10-60 0.43 0.0 3 1 21 C -303314N0864537.1 129 F -140 -2 ---H 18 195* --15 --2-59 0.01 0.0 3 2 29 C -303421N0863050.1 132 F 1966 20 15 4 8 H N U 18 70* 3 1-67 ---.. -----* -L 303427N0863053.1 133 F 1966 35 30 4 S H N U 1I 100* 16 9-66 ----------L 303528N0863909.1 136 F 1959 151 .6 S H J P 18 220* 93 2-66 150 --10-60 0.15 0.4 1 2 18 C -303528N0863909.2 137 F -130 -2 8 --U 1 220* -----2-59 1.9 0.0 1 2 20 0 -303735N0864411.1 139 F 1942 208 168 6 8 C -U 18 136 .----. -.. .. .-----L 303820N0862418,2 142 F -60 -2 S --U 18 240* --180 --2-59 0.00 0.0 2 5 28 C 303843N0863311.1 145 F 1963 147 142 4 8 -S H 18 220* 97 7-63 ---8-65 0.15 0.4 1 0.4 13 0 -30384310863311.2 146 F 1958 130 -2 8 --U 18 220* --5 --. 3-59 0.43 0.0 3 2 16 C -303827N0864418.1 147 F -----J P 18 110* --------* Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS -Continued 0 j L OKALOOSA COUNTY -Continued SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER -Continued 303843N0864417.1 148 F 1955 135 125 4 S -N U IS 98* 53 12-55 14 --10-60 0.30 0.4 2 2 22 C -304040N0863415.2 150 F -56 -4 S --U 15 120* -.10 --10-60 0.27 0.4 2 2 14 C 72 -304237N0864534.1 153 P 1965 106 102 2 S B P H IS 186* -----8-67 0.30 --25 P 70 -304340N0863933.1 155 F 1966 14 9 4 S H N U IS 80* 5 1-67 --------L 304342N0863927.1 156 F 1966 68 63 4 S H N U 18 110* 19 1-67 ----------L 304419N0863351.1 157 P 1965 99 96 2 S -J P 18 215* -----8-67 0.10 .. .... 18 P 72 -304421N0863354.1 158 P -60 56 2 S -J H IS 210*---8-67 0.40 ---20 P 70 -304509N0862606.1 160 P 1965 58 54 2 8 J J H S1 232*---8-67 0.51 .. .-39 P 73 -304510N0863836.1 165 P 1956 24 20 2 S B J H IS 125* 11 ----8-67 1.5 ---42 P 71 -304537N0864225.1 166 P 1966 86 82 2 S B J H S1 219* -----8-67 0.14 --*. 43 P -304958N0862554.1 168 P 1957 30 -2 S B J H IS 145*-----8-67 0.25 ---28 P 70 -304914N0864226.1 169 P 1960 115 104 2 S B J H 18 210* ----8-67 1.0 ... 11 46 P 71 -305037N0864035.1 170 P 1950 97 93 2 S C P H IS 245* 90 ----8-67 0.38 -.-22 P 69 -305108N0863136.1 171 P 1951 52 48 2 S C J H IS 275 36 ----8-67 0.52 -.. -34 P 68 -305204N0863651.1 172 P 1955 85 82 2 S H P H S1 133* 17 ----8-67 0.53 --25 P 69 -305247N0864645.1 173 P 1965 76 73 2 S B J H IS 250*----8-67 0.56 --6 26 P 71 -305257N0864647.1 174 P -68 65 2 S B J H IS 260* -----8-67 0.40 ---44 P 71 -305537N0862619.1 176 P 1942 37 32 2 S J J H 18 185* ----8-67 0.30 .--53 P 70 305541N0862620.1 177 P 1964 27 22 2 S J J H 18 183* ----8-67 0.50 .--45 P 70 -305531N0863044,1 178 P 1954 20 ---D J H IS 232* 16 8-67 --8-67 0.09 .. ... 28 P 69 -305521N0863810.1 180 P ----S D -H IS 221* 16 8-67 ---8-67 0.24 --10 65 F 68 -305530N0863814.1 181 P 1959 100 96 2 S H J H IS 210* -* -*8-67 6.0 --70 112 P 74 305633N0863122,1 184 P 1947 58 54 2 S H J H 15 214* -----8-67 0.20 .-34 90 P 71 305601N0863812.1 186 P 1966 85 81 2 S H J H 18 170* -----8-67 0.15 ---45 P 69 -305757N0864153.1 191 P 1952 80 60 3 S B C H IS 182* -----8-67 5.7 --5 118 P 71 Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map, I-*

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Table 4. RECORD OF WELLS IN OKALOOSA COUNTY AND ADJACENT AREAS o. Conctnued WALTON COUNTY ** Continued SAND-AND-GRAVEL AQUIFER 303949N0862037.2 14 F -87 -2 S --U 18 99* .. -5 --8-60 0.32 2.2 3 13 38 C -303020N0862145.1 15 F -65 -4 S -B P 1I 72* 33 -15 .-. 8-65 0.07 0.8 2 2 13 C *I 303144N0861922.1 16 F -47 --S --P 1S 97* .. -10 -*8-65 0.26 0.4 2 4 16 C -. -303456N0861916.1 20 F -60 *4 S H N U 18 182* -. ---7-61 2.1 0.4 1 2 35 C 72 -* 303943N0861702.1 21 F 1962 165 155 4 S iH 9 H 1 242* 100 -30 12 -8-65 0.06 0.4 1 2 13 C --303943N0861702.2 22 F -90 -2 S -N U IS 242* .. -5 --.. 2-59 0.07 0.0 5 10 62 C .* -303946N0862057.1 23 F 1953 108 99 4 -C J P is 220* 89 4-53 10 --. 11-60 0.22 0.8 2 4 28 C --303952N0862027.1 24 F 1953 104 -4 8 C J P iS 230* 85 -15 .-10-60 0.36 0.4 2 5 22 C -. -* 304005N0862030.1 25 F -106 -4 8 -J P 18 225*.. -10 --8-65 0.20 0.4 2 2 18 C --304007N0862038.1 26 F 1953 110 100 4 S C J P iS 222* 71 4-53 10 ---.----. .... 304023N0862038.1 27 F 1953 95 85 3 S -J P 1I 235* 76 4-53 10 -11-60 0.17 0.4 1 2 14 C -. -304101N0861902.1 30 F -58 -2 --3 P 1S 240*.. -10 --8-65 0.10 0.4 4 40 118 C --304126N0861952.1 31 F -65 -4 --J P IS 200*.. -10 --8-65 0.30 6.0 2 108 225 C --304440N0861851.1 33 P 1963 --3 X H S H IS 265*---1-68 0.01 5.6 2 12 45 C 63 -= 304443N0861829.1 34 8 -----J H 18 270* --.-7-68 -0.0 2 0 19 C -304435N0861912.1 35 P 1955 11 --W D -H iS 220* 2 8-67 ---8-67 0.25 ---37 P 70 -3044100862123.1 36 P 1959 72 68 2 S J -H 18 242*----8-67 0.34 ---21 P 71 -304734N0861117.1 38 P 1966 70 66 2 S J J H 18 230* ---.. .. 8-67 0.12 --.. 23 P 72 -305105N0861439.1 40 P 1967 87 -2 -C J H 18 252*----. 8-67 0.35 ---29 P 71 -305408N0862150.1 43 P 1966 63 59 2 S B J H 18 240* -----8-67 0.90 ---50 P 71 -305652N0861420.1 44 P 1927 40 --D B H 18 295* 30 8-67--8-67 0.21 ---35 P 68 305731N0862122.1 45 P 1950 92 90 2 T --H 18 270* -----8-67 0.54 ---36 P 69 SHALLOW ARTESIAN AQUIFER 30182710860534.1 I P 1965 275 143 2 X H N U 4M 11* 12 3-65 10 -3-65 -936 7630 2630 22,000 C 73 Interpolated from USGS 15 minute series topographic map.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 23 saw R4Ww an. We. now /l i ( p Jr T I I / IY I ,so TINT -Jp 10, 20Figure 3. Map of Okaloosa County and adjacent areas showing location of inventoried wells which tap the Floridan aquifer. Those wells used for water-level observations are indicated.

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24 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY aw Raw omn .nw aaw Raw Raw P .i -. .• .4 / i t ; l t -^* o -"-, .-, -as S GOI F .8 indicated. D.m.. Figre4.OklosaCont ad djcet res hoin lcaio o ivetoie wll whchta te an-ndgrve auie. hoe els sd orwaerlee osevaios r indicated.O~ R

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 25 Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas. Okaloosa County 302338N0863526.1. Report well reference number 12. State of Florida. Fort Walton Beach. SEJNEtSW1 sec. 19, T. 2 S., R. 23 W. Drilled unused artesian vell in Floridan aquifer, diam 5 in, depth 696 ft, cased to 474. Lsd 12.0 ft above msl. HP top of casing 1.0 ft above lad. Records available: 1966-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph 1966. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 10 15 h68.55 20 25 eom 1967 5 h73.53 85.25 h88.73 80.3 10 76.47 84.89 91.42 88.8 h88.78 74.4 15 79.55 93.73 h92.17 e86.3 77.6 20 h48.48 82.16 h90.80 80.9 e71.1 25 83.94 h89.76 80.3 eom 85.05 h92.00 h90.45 78.3 1968 5 44.8 54.7 10 57.6 57.8 64.3 15 52.1 58.0 20 59.2 49.3 25 47.0 eom 44.5 54.6 e Estimated h Tape measurement 302419N0863626.1. Report well reference number 25. Okaloosa County. Fort Walton Beach. SEkSEMCW sec. 13, T. 2 S., R. 24 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 6 in, reported depth 800 ft, cased to 500. Lsd 16.44 ft above ms1. MP center of corporation cock, 0.93 ft above Isd. Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available 1936, 1946-1968. Water level in feet below land surface datum. Date Water Water Water Water level le evel Date level l evel Jan. 9, 1964 47.22 Mar. 4, 1965 39.57 Apr. 29, 1966 60.51 July 11, 1967 90.52 Mar. 5 39.57 May 5 78.77 July 7 82.15 Sept. 8 83.07 May 7 52.99 July 8 88.47 Sept. 14 81.49 Nov. 8 71.87 July 7 79.82 Sept. 9 73.72 Nov. 1 57.61 Jan. 11, 1968 54.52 Sept. 9 73.95 Nov. 5 71.39 Jan. 4, 1967 47.97 Feb. 28 55.47 Nov. 5 73.27 Jan. 11, 1966 55.67 Mar. 7 44.87 May 9 85.12 Jan. 6, 1965 37.37 Mar. 9 57.92 May 3 80.37 July 3 96.07

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26 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 5. Records of the water level In wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 302747M08h3820.1. Report well reference number 84. U. S. (Gological Survey. NI.NEFiNU. sec. 34, T. I S., R. 24 W. Drilled test well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, depth 858 ft. cased to 503. Id 57.67 ft above asl. MP top of casing, 3,00 ft above Isd. Records available: 1966-68. Highest water level for the day. feet below lsd, from the recorder graph 1966. DBa Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 58.68 49.45 10 58.32 51.90 48.78 15 h54.55 58.73 51.03 48.40 20 54.44 51.96 e51.1 47.77 25 55.47 51.40 47.50 eom 57.94 e51.2 49.88 46.62 1967 5 46.46 e45.1 h58.02 59.21 59.67 60.57 57.28 60.76 56.42 55.10 10 46.20 45.82 56.74 59.21 61.86 61.54 56.10 60.60 56.47 15 45.72 59.44 60.93 61.90 60.34 57.10 60.03 56.52 20 46.00 61.30 62.05 62.62 59.32 58.49 59.47 56.14 25 45.78 e50.0 59.92 61.66 60.51 58.30 59.83 59.14 55.52 eao 50.57 57.31 60.90 60.08 61.21 57.43 60.26 57.80 56.10 1968 5 50.87 50.46 55.82 10 50.76 50.98 50.17 56.72 h64.09 15 e50.5 51.56 50.58 57.10 20 50.89 50.54 52.02 25 50.63 50.55 52.20 ean 51.20 50.58 54.23 e Estimated h Tape measurement 30285720862852.1. Report well reference number 86. U. S. Air Force. Kindergarten Building at Postil Point. NW1, SEt sec. 19, T. 1 S., R. 22 W. Drilled unused artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 6 in, depth 540 ft. Lsd 7.54 ft above msl. lHP top of 6 x 4 reducer 2.30 ft above lsd. Records available: 1947-68. Water level in feet above (+) and below (-) land surface datum. a Water Water Water Water level level level level Sepc. 3. 1947 +30.2 Nov. 16, 1950 +24.9 July 29, 1953 +15.9 Dec. 21, 1955 +13.1 Oct. 28 29.1 Jan. 3, 1951 28.7 Sept. 10 19.8 Feb. 1, 1956 -15.2 Feb. 11, 1948 29.2 Feb. 20 26.2 Oct. 21 20.3 Mar. 13 13.8 Apr. 14 30.1 Apr. 3 27.2 Dec. 3 24.5 Apr. 25 8.7 June 22 20.7 Hay 31 22.9 Jan. 12, 1954 24.9 June 12 3.6 Sepct 16 24.6 July 11 22.4 Feb. 24 23.8 July 12 8.10 Oct. 20 26.4 Sept. 6 19.4 Apr. 8 21.1 Sept. 4 4.76 Dec. 1 28.4 Oct. 17 21.5 May 21 14.4 Oct. 9 7.7 Jan. 19 1949 29.6 Dec. 6 24.2 July 8 9.7 Nov. 27 8.1 Mar. 3 28.0 Jan. 30, 1952 25.4 July 29 12.6 Jan. 17, 1957 10.5 Apr. 20 27.5 Mar. 19 26.7 Sept. 7 7.8 Feb. 26 9.8 June 2 24.5 Apr. 20 25.8 Oct. 18 11.7 Apr. 12 10.3 Ily 12 26.0 June 4 20.9 Dec. 1 16.2 May 27 4.15 Sept14 24.5 July 16 14.8 Jan. 13, 1955 18.6 July 1 6.93 Oct. 29 25.2 Ag. 22 16.9 Feb. 21 20.1 Aug. 14 1.45 Dec14 26.6 Oct. 11 21.5 Apr. 5 16.2 Oct. 10 5.15 Mar. 22, 1950 28.2 Nov. 20 22.7 Hay 18 4.90 Nov. 21 4.80 May 4 26.6 F-eb. 14. 1953 25.6 .Jne 28 1.50 .an. 7, 1958 9.2 l.,tI 20 23.4 Mar. 26 25.3 Aug. 16 5.55 Feb. 13 10.1 Au.:I. 22-1 May 11 22.7 Sept. 28 2.25 Mar. 27 10.6 0-,. 4 +24.2 .l..ne In +17.8 Nov. 7 + 6.9 May 14 + 5.6

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 27 Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued Water Water Water Water Dat e Date Date Date level Date level Date level Date level June 26, 1958 + 2.70 Jan. 28, 1960 +11.0 Feb. 28, 1962 44.60 Mar. 5, 1964 + 34 Aug. 7 5.00 Mar. 24 10.4 Apr. 19 +2.40 May 6 -1.80 Sept. 25 6.20 May 10 4.7 June 5 -9.22 July 6 -9.40 Nov. 5 7.22 July 1 4.3 Aug. 1 -7.37 Jan. 6, 1965 + 1.05 Dec. 19 9.6 Aug. 1 1.6 Sept. 19 -4.75 May 5 -5.40 Feb. 6, 1959 12.9 Sept. 22 2.6 Nov. 7 -1.20 Jan. 13, 1966 -0.62 Mar. 18 12.6 Nov. 10 5.90 Jan. 9, 1963 44.00 Apr. 28 -7.96 May 7 3.60 Dec. 16 7.80 Mar. 6 44.70 July 12 -14.58 June 19 6.80 Jan. 13, 1961 8.30 Apr. 25 -6.00 July 14 -15.01 Aug. 21 3.20 Apr. 18 7.6 June 19 -7.04 Jan. 5, 1967 -5.00 Sept. 25 2.60 Oct. 18 0.10 Aug. 27 -5.59 May 3 -16.23 Nov. 4 7.60 Nov. 29 3.0 Oct. 23 -8.56 Jan. 11, 1968 -5.95 Dec. 17 + 9.2 Jan. 10, 1962 + 0.50 Jan. 8, 1964 +1.4 May 9 -16.90 303321N0863344.1. Report well reference number 126. U. S. Geol. Survey. Rogue Creek number 2. NE-NEkSEk sec. 29, T. I N., R. 23 W. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 26 ft, cased to 21, screen 21-26. Lsd approximately 50 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 3.00 ft above led. Records available: 1966-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph, 1966. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 7.49 e7.6 e7.6 10 7.52 e7.6 e7.4 15 7.55 e7.5 e7.5 20 h7.60 e7.5 e7.5 e7.5 25 7.62 e7.5 e7.5 e7.6 eom 7.34 h7.55 e7.5 e7.3 1967 5 e7.4 e7.49 7.34 7.40 7.45 7.15 e7.6 e7.6 e7.3 7.61 e6.8 e7.2 10 e7.4 e7.08 7.35 7.41 7.49 7.46 e7.6 e7.7 e7.2 7.48 7.03 e7.2 15 7.37 e7.19 e7.36 7.09 7.51 7.54 7.67 e7.7 e7.3 7.58 7.11 e7.4 20 7.42 e7.29 e7.37 7.37 7.55 7.53 7.70 e7.6 e7.3 e7.6 7.15 e7.5 25 7.45 7.33 7.37 h7.45 7.53 e7.6 7.65 e7.6 e7.4 e7.6 7.15 e7.6 eom e7.47 7.34 7.38 7.45 7.57 e7.5 e7.7 e7.5 e7.5 e6.2 7.17 e5.6 1968 5 e6.1 10 e6.7 15 e6.8 20 25 eom -7.06 e Estimated h Tape measurement

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28 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 303330H0863340.1. Report well reference number 127. U. S. Geol. Survey. Rogue Creek number 1. NE4SEiNEt sec. 29, T. 1 N., R. 23 V. Drilled water-table well in sand diam 4-in, depth 91 ft, cased to 86, screen 86-91. Lad approximately 100 ft above asl. NP top of 4-in casing 3.00 ft above lad. Records available: 1967-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph, 1967. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 50.00 49.75 50.10 50.54 50.99 51.21 51.36 50.22 49.77 10 49.90 49.80 50.18 50.60 51.02 51.26 51.40 50.08 15 49.79 49.86 50.22 50.69 51.03 51.30 51.25 50.01 20 49.76 49.90 50.30 50.76 51.09 51.31 50.97 e50.0 25 49.72 49.95 50.38 50.83 51.12 e51.3 50.65 e50.0 eom h50.26 49.71 50.02 50.49 50.90 51.17 e51.4 50.38 49.9 1968 5 47.30 48.12 48.82 49.51 10 47.45 48.22 48.93 15 -46.70 47.60 48.35 49.05 20 46.86 47.76 48.46 49.18 25 46.96 47.90 48.58 49.29 eo 47.14 48.01 48.71 49.40 e Estimated h Tape measurement 303441N0862639.1. Report well reference number 131. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 2. SE1SEESEt sec. 16, T. 1 N., R. 22 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth 652 ft, cased to 409. Lsd 155.61 ft above msl. M? top of t-in tee, 0.70 ft above Isd. Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-66. Water level in feet below land surface datum. Date Water Water Water Water level level level level Sept. 8, 1964 123.55 Jan. 4, 1965 116.7 May 3, 1965 116.4 July 11, 1966 122.27 Nov. 3 118.2 Mar. 3 115.3 Apr. 28, 1966 118.8 DISCONTINUED 303421W0863050.1. Report well reference number 132. U. S. Geol. Survey. Ten Mile Creek number 2. SWitSEEtl sec. 23, T. 1 N., R. 23 V. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 20 ft, cased to 15, screen 15-20. Lsd approximately 70 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 1.50 ft above lsd. Records available: 1967-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below Isd, from the recorder graph 1967. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 2.85 2.65 3.18 3.40 2.95 e3.5 3.17 e3.0 3.02 h2.00 10 h2.70 2.24 2.73 3.26 3.57 3.35 e3.1 3.28 2.37 2.95 15 2.53 2.37 2.80 2.58 3.68 3.50 3.49 e3.4 2.52 3.14 20 2.63 2.43 2.90 3.10 3.79 3.63 3.63 e2.8 2.67 3.20 25 2.71 2.54 2.99 e3.2 3.66 e3.7 3.35 e2.9 2.80 3.29 eao 2.80 2.57 3.07 3.42 3.90 e3.4 3.14 e2.8 2.89 h3.34 J

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 29 Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 303421N0863050.1. Report well reference number 132 -Continued. 1968 Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Hay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 2.60 10 h2.00 h2.64 2.55 h3.45 15 2.67 20 2.71 25 2.72 eom 2.62 e Estimated h Tape measurement 303427N0863053.1. Report well reference number 133. U. S. Geol. Survey. Ten Mile Creek number 1. NEtSWINEt sec. 23, T. 1 N., R. 23 W. Drilled wateF-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 35 ft, cased to 30, screen 30-35. Lad approximately 100 ft above mel. HP top of 4-in casing 2.50 ft above led. Records available: 1966-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below led, from the recorder graph 1966. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 18.59 18.37 e18.9 10 18.37 18.40 e18.9 15 18.37 e18.5 el9.0 20 h16.35 18.37 e18.6 el9.1 25 18.66 18.37 e18.7 e19.2 eom 18.88 18.37 e18.8 e19.3 1967 5 e19.3 e18.2 17.45 18.36 19.14 19.70 19.84 19.59 e18.5 17.70 h17.72 el7.1 10 e19.4 e18.1 17.55 18.50 19.24 19.76 19.73 19.62 18.13 17.90 e16.9 e17.3 15 e19.2 e18.0 17.70 18.64 19.34 19.81 19.65 19.50 17.73 18.12 e16.6 el6.0 20 el9.0 e17.8 17.89 18.77 19.43 19.82 19.51 19.35 17.45 18.31 e16.6 e15.2 25 e18.7 e17.7 18.04 18.90 19.50 19.82 19.49 19.22 17.38 18.49 e16.7 e15.1 eom e18.4 e17.6 18.21 19.02 19.61 19.83 19.50 18.85 17.49 18.70 e16.9 el5.1 1968 5 e15.3 16.62 17.79 18.54 el9.0 10 e15.5 16.82 17.97 18.61 h19.16 15 15.85 17.04 18.15 18.70 20 16.05 17.24 18.31 e18.7 25 16.18 17.43 18.41 e18.8 eom 16.43 17.60 18.50 e18.9 e Estimated h Tape measurement

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30 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 30351210863751.1. Report well reference number 134. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 5. WlBtESE sec. 15, T. 1 N., R. 24 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, depth 710 ft, cased to 524. lad 178.03 ft above mal. MP top of concrete pump base, 0.75 ft above Isd. Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-68. Water level in feet belao land surface datum. Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water evel level leve Da level Jan. 9, 1964 128.0 Sept. 9, 1964 129.6 May 3, 1965 128.1 Jan. 11, 1966 129.8 Mar. 5 126.8 Nov. 3 129.5 July 6 130.6 Mar. 9 129.3 May 7 126.8 Jan. 5, 1965 128.7 Sept. 8 130.5 May 2 129.6 July 7 129.8 Mar. 4 127.8 Nov. 3 130.4 RECORDER INSTALLED SEE FOLLOWING TABLE Highest water level for the day, below lsd, from recorder graph 1966. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 -130.18 -131.50 -133.24 -132.68 10 -129.50 130.20 131.77 -134.70 132.96 132.36 15 129.71 130.59 131.95 133.01 132.57 20 129.79 130.81 -132.13 -132.80 132.90 132.17 25 129.74 131.21 -132.74 132.78 132.30 eoa -129.93 -131.19 -132.71 -131.87 1967 5 -131.90 -131.00 -130.44 -130.88 -132.27 -133.53 -134.40 -134.97 h-135.12 -135.10 -134.81 10 131.76 130.82 130.60 131.03 132.43 133.65 134.48 135.03 134.78 134.97 -135.11 134.15 15 131.48 130.83 130.53 131.22 132.65 133.77 134.55 -135.20 134.80 135.26 134.90 134.35 20 131.57 130.60 130.62 131.40 132.85 133.90 134.80 134.79 135.40 134.88 134.35 25 131.37 130.93 130.63 131.74 133.18 134.19 134.88 134.81 135.31 134.67 134.16 em -131.38 -130.60 -130.75 -132.04 -133.40 -134.22 -134.95 -134.97 -135.05 -134.75 -133.91 1968 5 -134.01 -133.31 -132.93 -132.96 -133.99 -135.66 10 133.61 133.09 132.69 133.04 134.38 135.91 15 133.55 133.19 133.00 133.14 134.68 137.84 20 133.61 132.96 132.80 133.35 134.98 136.53 25 133.31 133.13 132.86 133.64 -135.23 136.67 eom -133.41 -132.77 -132.86 -133.83 -135.57 -136.97 h Tape measurement

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 31 Table 5. Records of the water level in wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 303745N0864421.1. Report well reference number 140. U. S. Air Force. Eglin Auxiliary Field 6. SWNNW-SWk sec. 34, T. 2 N., R. 25 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth 690 ft, cased to 527. Lsd 135.07 ft above msl. MP top of -in tee, 1.40 ft above lad. Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1948-68. Water level in feet below land surface datum. Date Water Date Water Date Water Date Water level level level level Jan. 9, 1964 70.4 May 4, 1965 70.4 July 6, 1966 72.9 Sept. 6, 1967 75.1 Mar. 5 69.8 July 8 71.6 Sept. 13 73.5 Nov. 8 75.5 May 7 68.8 Sept. 8 71.6 Nov. 2 74.0 Jan. 9, 1968 75.2 Sept. 9 70.1 Nov. 3 72.0 Jan. 4, 1967 74.0 Feb. 28 75.0 Nov. 3 70.3 Jan. 11, 1966 71.6 Mar. 7 73.4 May 8 75.2 Jan. 5, 1965 70.8 Mar. 9 71.4 May 2 73.5 Mar. 4 70.3 May 5 71.8 July 12 74.9 303849N0863141.1. Report well reference number 143. Eglin Auxiliary Field 3. NEESEJaNE sec. 27, T. 2 N., R. 23 W. Drilled public-supply artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 10 in, reported depth 609 ft, cased to 456. Lad 196.72 ft above s1l. MP top of -in tee, 1.60 ft above lad. Fluctuation caused primarily by regional pumping. Records available: 1947-68. Water level in feet below land surface datum. Water Water Water Water level level Date level level Jan. 9, 1964 128.4 Mar. 3, 1965 128.4 May 4, 1966 129.4 July 12, 1967 132.7 Mar. 5 127.7 May 3 128.3 July 11 130.1 Sept. 5 131.4 May 6 126.6 July 6 129.6 Sept. 12 131.0 Nov. 6 133.4 July 6 128.4 Sept. 8 129.8 Oct. 31 131.5 Jan. 8, 1968 133.3 Sept. 9 129.4 Nov. 3 131.1 Jan. 5, 1967 131.6 Feb. 28 132.1 Nov. 3 129.3 Jan. 11, 1966 130.0 Mar. 6 131.0 May 7 133.0 Jan. 4, 1965 129.5 Mar. 9 129.3 May 3 131.6 304132N0864052.1. Report well reference number 152. J. B. Carr. NENSWkNEt sec. 7, T. 2 N., R. 24 W. Drilled domestic artesian well in Floridan aquifer, diam 4-in to 3-in, depth 447 ft, cased to 350. Lsd 51.98 ft above msl. MP top of lower flange of Dresser coupling, 0.50 ft above lad. Records available: 1966-68. Water level in feet above land surface datum. Date Water Water Water Date Water level level level level July 6, 1966 +18.5 Mar. 8, 1967 +16.9 Sept. 6, 1967 +16.2 Feb. 27, 1968 +15.0 Nov. 2 +16.2 May 2 +16.8 Nov. 7 +15.0 May 8 +14.7 Jan. 4, 1967 +15.8 July 12 +15.4 Jan. 10, 1968 +15.4 304340N0863933.1. Report well reference number 155. U. S. Geol. Survey. Baggett Creek number 2. SWANWISW sec. 28, T. 3 N., R. 24 W. Drilled water-table well in sand diam 4-in, depth 14.5 ft, cased to 9.5. Lsd approximately 80 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing, 3.0 ft above lad. Records available: 1967-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below sld, from the recorder graph 1967. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 h5.59 h6.13 h7.42 8.30 9.06 8.88 6.65 7.14 6.48 10 5.72 h6.68 8.63 9.10 9.22 7.38 5.91 e4.2 15 h5.01 h5.42 e5.9 h8.05 8.75 9.16 9.30 7.63 5.92 5.33 20 5.39 h5.50 e6.1 8.16 8.85 9.01 8.68 h5.81 7.77 6.07 5.35 25 5.49 h6.18 8.03 9.13 6.60 6.12 7.87 6.05 5.44 eom 8.50 9.24 6.62 6.47 5.41 6.33

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32 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 5. Records of the water level in vells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas -Continued 304340N0863933.1. Report well reference number 155 -Continued. 1968 Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 5.64 10 h3.18 5.83 h7.09 15 5.36 5.91 20 5.50 5.65 25 5.58 5.71 eon 5.65 5.74 e Estimated h Tape measurement 304342'0863927.1. Report veil reference number 156. U. S. Geol. Survey. Baggett Creek number 1. SEgWkfSS sec. 28, T. 3 N., R. 24 W. Drilled water-table well in sand, diam 4-in, depth 68 ft, cased to 63. screen 63-68. Lod approximately 110 ft above msl. MP top of 4-in casing 3.00 ft above lsd. Records available: 1967-68. Highest water level for the day, feet below lad, from the recorder graph 1967. Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June. July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 5 17.50 17.45 18.12 18.85 e19.6 e20.3 e20.7 19.24 18.12 18.62 18.13 10 17.33 17.57 18.36 18.98 e19.7 e20.4 20.74 18.65 18.25 18.20 18.22 15 h!8.74 17.17 17.72 18.49 19.15 e19.8 20.48 20.75 18.13 18.39 18.02 18.05 20 18.06 17.16 17.85 18.55 e19.3 e20.0 20.57 20.80 17.94 18.53 17.97 17.81 25 17.67 17.22 17.99 18.60 e19.4 e20.1 20.60 20.55 17.92 18.71 17.98 17.74 eam 17.51 17.31 18.12 18.72 e19.5 e20.2 e20.7 19.81 17.98 18.94 18.04 17.69 1968 5 17.64 e17.6 18.02 17.74 10 17.53 e17.7 18.08 17.82 h18.38 15 e17.5 e17.8 17.95 17.88 20 e17.4 e17.9 17.79 17.97 25 e17.5 elS.0 17.72 eon e17.6 18.01 17.70 e Estimated i Tape measurement

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 33 Table 6. Ground-water pumpage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas. (Facilities are in Okaloosa County, except those for Auxiliary Field 7 and Site A-15 which are in Santa Rosa County, and that for Auxiliary Field 1 which is in Walton County. All facilities pump from the Floridan aquifer except that at Auxiliary Field 7 which pumps from the sand-and-gravel aquifer.) Pumpage in millions of gallons. Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total CITY OF FORT WALTON BEACH 1964 53.70 52.83 59.25 76.01 73.50 90.77 74.21 63.34 63.21 55.68 63.96 50.76 777.22 1965 50.50 53.63 64.71 81.52 115.75 79.59 73.50 67.86 63.67 67.03 76.39 60.61 854.76 1966 58.20 52.10 73.40 80.40 81.00 94.10 95.70 80.40 81.00 67.80 60.70 55.50 880.30 1967 55.10 48.80 77.20 98.60 107.60 95.30 95.00 81.00 84.80 85.70 75.20 60.60 964.90 1968 63.50 61.90 74.60 99.00 123.00 .139.00 135.00 114.00 126.00 116.00 83.00 65.00 1,200.00 EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE Hain base, base housing, and range sites 1964 68.305 59.663 81.388 111.698 161.733 151.077 110.148 103.019 101.764 83.201 76.609 69.06 1,177.665 1965 70.321 62.906 70.538 109.651 151.956 125.360 111.277 100.040 89.625 84.680 79.534 68.904 1,124.792 1966 76.010 72.632 105.566 137.834 123.422 128.889 130.187 121.022 118.397 98.021 83.467 80.696 1,276.143 1967 89.956 81.251 121.766 162.623 151.921 140.397 144.466 118.608 114.824 106.041 84.470 75.125 1,391.448 1968 82.087 77.373 111.725 202.873 171.256 167.684 163.538 156.303 144.692 111.145 88.440 48.350 1,258.841 Auxiliary Field #1 1961 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .612 1962 .062 .056 .062 .060 .062 .060 .341 .093 .192 .234 .152 .113 1.487 1963 .162 .189 .189 .136 1.174 .466 .487 .119 .417 .173 .275 .128 3.915 1964 .988 .047 .484 .391 .563 .439 .174 .597 .984 .285 .765 .392 5.219 1965 .167 .196 .193 .180 .585 .950 .417 .311 .705 .334 .393 .117 4.548 1966 .422 .076 .587 .127 .208 .188 .705 .450 .300 .100 .580 .400 4.138 1967 .900 1.080 .275 .432 .429 .621 .700 1.140 2.700 .211 .184 .364 9.036 1968 .340 .104 .013 .104 .228 .198 .080 .070 .052 .150 .157 .255 1.751 Auxiliary Field #2 1961 .062 .060 .176 .060 .115 .062 .060 .062 .060 .062 .779 1962 .062 .056 .062 .060 .464 .450 .899 .935 .942 .248 .289 .217 4.684 1963 .217 .236 .132 .122 .462 .338 .266 .200 .201 .254 .193 .282 2.903 1964 .251 .172 .172 .413 .430 .692 1.364 2.764 3.081 1.229 .249 .109 10.926 1965 .395 .127 .113 .174 .197 .099 .086 .515 .111 .203 .102 .045 2.167 1966 .191 .155 .252 .250 .176 .228 .200 .200 .100 .090 .205 .300 2.347 1967 .200 .172 .694 1.216 1.613 2.200 2.000 1.790 1.200 1.020 1.226 1.169 14.500 1968 1.290 .842 1.151 1.441 1.550 1.986 2.327 1.689 1.524 1.134 1.198 1.123 17.615 Auxiliary Field #3 1961 .128 .672 1.137 1.803 1.442 1.817 1.340 1.765 .651 .566 11.321 1962 .621 .699 .985 1.187 2.410 1.336 1.654 1.392 1.463 2.197 1.356 1.410 16.710 1963 1.635 1.383 1.514 1.876 1.543 1.823 .2.668 2.995 2.046 1.840 2.047 1.628 22.998 1964 1.291 1.377 1.726 1.707 2.374 2.776 3.332 4.626 4.058 2.825 3.601 3.286 32.985 1965 3.417 2.308 2.758 2.740 2.816 2.913 2.577 2.861 3.838 2.795 2.664 1.075 32.762 1966 1.450 1.440 1.560 1.590 1.950 1.900 2.100 1.890 2.200 2.200 2.000 1.900 22.180 1967 1.500 1.570 3.330 2.470 2.530 2.360 2.100 3,010 2.900 2.776 2.868 2.623 30.010 1968 3.240 2.830 2.860 3.190 3.630 3.390 4.260 4.270 2.770 2.900 2.430 2.440 38.210 Auxiliary Field #4 1961 2.790 2.700 1.026 .935 1.957 1.143 1.004 .854 .738 .519 13.666 1962 .747 .337 .651 .664 2.035 1.950 1.795 1.075 .976 1.222 1.221 1.255 13.928 1963 .594 .736 .713 .836 1.419 .523 .454 .671 .500 .620 .788 .667 8.521 1964 .654 .675 .600 .857 2.019 2.190 1.273 .907 .816 .616 .735 .526 11.868 1965 .685 .426 .605 1.476 2.337 1.064 .812 .600 .569 .533 .501 .477 10.085 1966 .555 .854 .800 .492 .431 .785 .200 .070 .400 .100 .152 .100 4.939 1967 .100 .163 .174 .190 .215 .166 .200 .250 .210 .164 .063 .033 1.938 1968 .312 .051 .155 .020 .093 .117 .160 .100 .174 .084 .076 .645 1.735

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34 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 6. Ground-water pumpage by municipal and federal facilities in Okaloosa County ad adjacent areas -continued Year Jan Feb Mar Apr ay Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total Auxiliary Field #5 1961 .440 3.845 3.891 3.789 6.919 1.420 1.056 .811 .809 1.017 23.97 1962 1.524 .470 1.240 .857 1.190 .963 .992 .992 1.913 1.488 1.385 1.411 14.361 1963 1.428 .994 .383 .656 1.504 .588 .452 .407 .822 .532 1.119 .847 9.932 1964 .570 1.202 .559 .575 1.201 .986 1.459 .645 .837 .733 .435 .872 10.074 1965 .976 .420 .356 .228 .184 .803 .232 .801 .193 .199 .188 .172 4.752 1966 .203 .619 .506 .266 .018 .318 .300 .070 1.100 .200 .085 .060 3.745 1967 .3 .123 0 .59 .39 .70 .1 .65 .012 .046 .018 .016 2.945 1968 .01. .015 .015 .05 .91 .092 .13 .06 .019 .011 .003 .015 1.33 Auxiliary Field #6 1961 .613 .513 .651 .630 .681 .894 .904 1.408 .934 1.354 8.582 1962 1.674 1.425 .963 .906 .936 1.234 .992 .775 .755 .767 1.166 1.152 17.745 1963 1964 1.310 1.135 1.045 1.609 2.621 2.392 2.203 2.283 2.398 2.234 2.133 1.568 22.931 1965 1.575 1.327 1.598 2.188 3.910 3.125 3.201 2.480 2.578 1.578 1.501 1.155 26.216 1966 1.18 .95 1.78 3.13 1.44 3.28 2.00 2.37 1.90 1.60 1.67 1.60 22.90 1967 1.3 1.17 2.17 2.28 3.00 2.36 2.1 1.93 1.9 2.053 1.809 1.799 23.871 1968 2.11 1.77 1.93 2.38 2.72 2.64 2.51 2.68 1.398 2.243 1.740 1.677 25.798 Auxiliary Field #7 1961 .745 .675 2.940 1.957 1.605 .681 .630 .650 .630 .651 11.164 1962 .651 -588 .747 1.561 1.504 1.350 1.440 1.465 1.437 1.414 1.609 1.361 15.127 1963 1.799 1.329 1.314 1.274 1.302 1.154 1.856 1.710 1.840 1.478 1.708 1.762 18.526 1964 1.760 1.612 1.346 1.628 1.561 1.488 1.574 1.382 1.468 1.918 1.659 1.161 18.557 1965 1.083 1.495 1.623 1.395 1.457 1.259 .994 .972 1.711 1.471 1.031 .903 15.394 1966 1.01 1.15 1.04 1.43 1.22 .88 .80 .79 .70 .80 .92 .80 11.54 1967 .6 .74 .80 .71 1.10 1.412 1.3 1.41 1.9 1.914 1.764 1.689 15.339 1968 1.67 1.16 1.79 2.29 1.73 2.38 1.8 1.84 2.29 1.93 3.89 1.98 24.75 HURLBURT FIEID Main baae 1961 9.20 9.00 14.73 19.54 22.70 18.62 20.17 15.80 13.73 18.93 13.32 10.27 186.01 1962 12.11 13.53 15.84 17.97 23.06 16.32 15.47 15.96 14.65 12.94 11.63 12.59 182.07 1963 15.19 13.34 18.46 20.95 20.08 17.97 24.41 27.44 28.32 25.02 14.51 17.28 242.97 1964 16.86 12.~2 15.75 15.05 35.58 37.59 25.11 19.79 23.27 16.82 15.15 13.13 246.92 1965 13.98 13.71 14.86 26.60 35.55 24.41 24.09 21.07 17.73 16.54 15.39 13.58 237.51 1966 15.13 15.14 18.50 24.46 22.63 30.28 30.38 27.68 27.07 18.74 15.83 13.69 259.53 1967 13.95 13.10 15.43 27.57 26.64 20.90 24.14 20.34 19.96 18.63 14.00 12.47 227.13 1968 13-59 14.32 18.75 25.95 31.25 29.34 29.43 24.10 26.30 21.77 15.88 14.28 264.96 Site A-15 1961 2.78 3.77 3.80 3.93 6.34 4.48 5.14 4.45 4.36 3.68 2.40 2.54 45.68 L962 2.45 2.20 2.12 2.54 4.14 3.21 3.69 3.47 3.35 2.86 2.23 1.78 34.04 1963 1.86 1.23 2.45 2.60 3.29 3.04 2.84 2.54 2.04 2.40 1.99 2.33 28.60 1964 3.31 1.72 2.00 1.71 2.30 3.31 3.68 2.93 2.96 2.06 2.01 1.82 29.83 1965 2.06 1.84 2.09 2.87 3.27 3.04 3.21 2.70 1.74 1.54 .95 .95 26.27 1966 1.09 1.62 1.65 1.86 2.79 3.27 3.89 3.19 2.82 1.90 2.11 1.01 27.20 1967 1.09 .90 1.40 2.14 2.50 2.34 2.21 2.18 1.75 1.62 1.38 1.57 21.08 1968 1.6t 1.44 2.10 1.93 1.96 2.07 2.08 2.39 2.26 2.09 1.91 1.90 23.59

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas (Note: Reference numbers are used to identify wells in this report) Chemical analyses, in milligrams per liter, except specific conductance, pH, and color Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductToeNagPoCarTotal solids Well of ence anoe perSilica CalneSodium tasBicarbonSultate ChloFluoNiiron onColnumber colleanumber (micropH ature (8i0O) cium slum (N) sium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion mhos (OF) (Ca) (MgK)() (HCO) (COa) (Cl) (F) (NO) at oumagneboaat 25'C) 180'C lated -i-t ateo OKALOOSA COUNTY FLORIDAN AQUIFER 302254NOS62514.1 07-07-08 1 451 7.8 -14 12 8.3 77 4.5 210 0 16 38 0.7 0.1 -271 276 66 0 0 302340N0862942.1 07-06-68 4 586 8.0 -14 5.4 3.5 110 5.6 240 0 4.0 50 1.1 .1 -318 313 30 0 0 302325N0863320.1 12-06-60 8 628 8.5 72 12 6.4 2.4 132 7.1 240 12 4.4 71 1,4 ,0 .0.31 363 367 26 0 8 d02325N0863329.1 07-12-61 8 640 8.3 72 12 4.8 3,4 130 7.2 254 2 5.2 72 1.4 .0 .11 375 363 26 0 0 302325N0863329.1 09-13-62 8 625 8.1 72 12 7.2 1.9 132 6.8 252 0 4.4 70 1.4 .1 .44 358 360 26 0 302325N0863329.1 07-28-65 8 630 8.0 72 12 4.2 3.0 130 6.6 262 0 4.8 70 1.4 .1 .04 364 363 26 0 0 302325N0863329.1 06-13-66 8 645 8.4 -13 4.4 2., 127 7.0 243 9 4.4 72 1.3 .1 .14 352 360 26 0 0 302325N0863329.1 06-01-67 8 648 7.8 -12 4.6 3.2 135 5.9 258 0 12 72 1.1 .6 .00 363 376 27 0 5 302346N0863524.1 02-02-66 14 620 7.9 77 16 4.6 3.0 130 6.5 252 0 4.4 69 1.4 .1 A.02 -359 24 0 10 302351N0863829.1 02-04-59 17 560 8.7 -12 10 5.6 112 4.9 220 12 4,8 56 1.1 .0 -324 320 48 0 5 302351N0863629.1 08-23-60 17 582 7.9 -13 5.6 6.4 118 6.1 228 0 5.8 68 1.1 2.0 .00 340 335 40 0 2 302361N0803829.1 08-23-60 17 864 8.2 -14 13 1.0 102 5.9 237 0 7.2 56 1.2 .0 .02 339 329 38 0 2 302351N0863829.1 07-12-61 17 584 8.5 72 13 5.6 2.9 124 6.1 218 12 7.6 62 1.1 .1 -349 341 26 0 4 302351N0863829.1 09-13-62 17 562 8.4 72 13 4.8 3,9 120 5.8 228 4 6.8 59 1.2 .0 .01 336 330 28 0 3 302381N0863829.1 07-10-63 17 833 8.0 72 12 6.4 1.5 120 5.6 240 0 7.2 60 1.0 .0 .14 308 332 22 0 5 302351N0863829.1 07-28-65 17 560 7,8 72 14 4.5 2.3 117 5.A 240 0 7.0 56 1.1 .1 .17 330 326 20 0 0 302351N0863829.1 06-13-66 17 573 7.9 -12 5.3 2.3 116 5.8 235 0 9.2 88 1.1 .1 .34 310 326 24 0 0 302351N0883829.1 06-01-67 17 505 8.1 -13 3.6 2.3 117 5.7 232 0 6.0 58 1,1 .0 .03 316 322 20 0 0 302348N0863900.1 10-03-60 18 566 8.2 78 14 5.6 2.4 121 6.2 242 0 6.4 60 1.3 1.6 .05 346 336 24 0 6 302348N0863900.1 07-12-61 18 580 8.2 72 13 6.4 3.9 120 6.0 248 0 8.4 60 1,1 1,3 .16 356 342 32 0 2 302348N0863900.1 09-13-61 18 563 8.1 72 14 4.8 2.9 128 56 240 0 52 0 1.2 .0 .04 342 340 24 0 5 302348N0803900.1 07-10-63 18 558 8,1 72 11 4,8 1.0 120 5.6 240 0 5.6 60 1.0 .0 .09 314 327 16 0 5 302348N0863900.1 07-28-65 18 590 8.5 72 12 3.3 2.3 122 6.0 232 8 3.6 61 1.2 .4 .14 340 334 19 0 0 S302348N0863900.1 06-13-66 18 600 8.0 -12 3.6 2.4 123 6.3 249 0 2.4 64 1.2 .1 .22 328 338 19 0 0 302348N0863900.1 06-01-67 18 615 7.7 -12 3.9 2.6 128 6.0 254 0 4.0 69 1.5 ,0 .48 362 353 22 0 5 A In solution when analyzod. 00

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Table 7, Cbh)oeal Analymom ad Tmaperatures of Oromud Water ton Okalouos County and adjacent Iress--Contnuued Speolloc Dileolved HardMnea Dlate RteroonductTeaMagPoa CTotal WeL ot soe coa .perI llca CalInoodium timler ulfate ChloPluoNIIron N. Cole number 0llo0-M number (aliro pH lur. (5100) olu altum (Na) alum bonast ate (804) ride ride trait (Fe) Realdue Cal. Calciua, caror t0on ahoa ('P) (Ca) (Mg) () (HCO,) (CO0) (Cl) (F) (NO) at cuagnebone at 2'C) 1B'0C latmd alum ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 30238710864151,1 10-07-409 1 687 81 --i .4.1 139 -241 0 13 84 1.1 1.4 0,45 385 382 32 0 302357N0884151, 08-28-80 19 868 7.7 72 18 0.l 3.7 8137 -228 0 18 87 .9 .32 1.3 38 8 380 31 0 3 303527N0884181.1 11-03-52 19 695 7.9 89 13 58. 3.4 8140 -233 0 20 85 1.2 1.7 ,33 383 383 29 0 4 302337N4084181,1 08-20-53 19 706 8.3 -12 9.1 4.2 8141 -224 5 28 e 1,0 1.7 2,0 407 398 40 0 8 303357N08841511 11-18-84 19 638 80 .-13 4.0 3.8 138 -323 8 8.5 87 1.1 .1 .42 383 370 2 0 8 302357MN864151.1 05-13-57 19 858 8.1 72 14 8. 3.4 132 6.8 230 0 13 84 1,2 1.1 .32 377 374 27 0 3 30235870884181,1 02-03-65 18 882 8.1 -14 6.4 2.7 138 5, 231 0 20 87 .8 21 .04 373 395 37 0 4 30233570864181.1 08-23-60 19 640 8.5 -13 8.8 2.4 117 .64 322 6.7 88 1,1 .0 .02 363 386 32 0 3 30238570884181,1 07-17-61 19 847 8.1 72 12 5.6 2.0 128 6.4 228 0 8.0 84 1.1 1.8 .i1 370 32 32 0 0 30233570864151.1 09-10-86 19 631 8.6 73 13 5.6 2. 141 6.8 220 8 6.4 8 1.2 .4 .01 422 284 2 0 0 302357N0864151.1 07-11-63 19 625 7.7 72 13 4.0 2,8 133 6,3 238 0 7.6 85 1,1 .9 .05 384 368 22 0 8 30233870864181.1 07-28-65 19 640 7.9 72 13 4.4 3.7 133 8,4 232 0 8.0 88 1.0 .1 .23 378 368 22 0 0 302387N080415181 06-13-60 19 683 7.8 -.0 1 .31 6.6 230 0 7.2 87 1.0 ,1 ,10 350 38 223 0 0 30238750864151.1 06-01-67 19 670 8,1 -12 7 130 6.4 348 0 8.0 88 2.5 .0 .32 383 383 42 0 0 302342)0864248,1 10.03-60 20 778 .8.4 78 11 5.6 4.4 164 7:4 222 8 17 120 1.1 .0 .19 448 448 32 0 18 30234320864348.1 07-12-61 20 787 8,1 72 12 8.0 3.4 159 7.0 333 0 18 122 1.1 .0 .22 439 448 34 0 0 302342N0864248,1 09-13-63 20 77 8.1 72 13 7.2 .9 155 6.9 22338 0 16 123 1.1 .2 ,11 436 437 30 0 5 30234210864248,1 07-10-63 20 732 7.9 72 11 4.0 4.9 168 .,5 234 0 15 130 .9 .0 .17 434 485 30 0 8 302342N0864348.1 07-28-65 20 808 7,8 72 13 .0 3,1 160 .5 2326 0 18 128 1,1 .0 .09 437 445 26 0 0 3023421084248.1 06-13-6 20 800 8.4 -13 5.0 3.3 168 07 218 6 16 128 1.0 1 .08 440 440 29 0 0 302342N0864248.1 06-01-67 20 780 7,. -12 5.5 3.8 158 6.9 232 0 17 128 1.0 .0 10 445 449 32 0 0 302334N10864448.1 10-03-60 1 729 7., 78 8.0 6.4 1.9 182 7.1 233 0 10 110 1.4 2.1 .98 411 414 24 0 30 30233410884448,1 07-13-61 21 783 8.2 72 19 7.2 9.9 181 6.8 240 0 6.8 114 1.2 .0 .11 424 420 30 0 8 30233340804448,1 09-13-68 21 .737 8.1 72 11 5.6 1.9 182 6.8 230 0 2.8 114 1.3 2.1 .10 412 410 92 0 5 302334N0864448.1 07-10-63 21 703 7.8 72 12 4.0 7.8 145 6.5 238 0 7.2 118 1.0 .0 .10 402 416 42 0 10 30233410864448.1 07-28-65 21 970 7.9 72 11 3.8 3.2 201 8.0 328 0 .4 140 23. .0 ,28 493 831 20 0 0 30233410864448.1 06-13-60 21 770 8.0 -11 4.2 2.4 183 7.5 249 0 .2 118 1. .1 .18 414 433 22 0 0 302334)0864448.1 06-01-07 21 920 8.3 -12 3.7 3.0 198 9.8 308 4 .0 139 1.0 9 .31 327 523 23 0 0 30241910863639.,1 07-26-66 26 855 8.0 81 14 9.0 7.8 101 7.4 322 0 7.6 140 1.2 .0 .10 -472 58 0 8 302440N1086394.1 07-20-66 27 572 8.2 80 -----332 0 -81 --a ---235 0 -B Calculated )a plusu reported a NMa.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent area--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardneas Date ReferconductTemMag. PoCar. Total ol Well of enoe ance perSilica CalneSodium ta -Bcar bon. Sulfate ChloPluoNiron NonColnumber collecnuaber (micropH ature (Si0) oaim sIum (Na) Slum bonatOe te (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium caror tion ahoa (F) (Ca) (Mg) (M) (9CO0) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (NO,) at ouMnaebonat 258*) .BO'C lated aoiu ateo OIALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 30244210883940.1 02-02-66 28 550 7.6 77 14 3.4 2.2 116 5.6 228 0 4.4 57 1.2 0.7 0.01 -317 18 0 5 302458N0864206.1 05-19-50 32 613 7.8 72 14 4.3 2.6 8130 -232 0 5.8 75 .9 .2 .22 347 347 21 0 5 302458N0884200.1 07-30-51 32 605 7.7 68 13 4.0 2.4 8131 -232 0 8.1 75 1.1 .1 .18 339 346 20 0 4 302458N06B4206.1 11-03-62 32 08 8.3 69 13 4.0 2.5 B130 -222 4 5.4 78 1.0 .1 .07 346 344 20 0 8 302488N0884208.1 08-20-53 32 622 8.4 -12 3.7 2.9 B133 -226 4 6.5 78 1.0 .0 ..14 36 352 21 0 2 30245860864206.1 11-16-54 32 596 8.6 70 12 4.6 3.0 B132 -220 6 7.0 78 1.0 .1 .09 341 382 24 0 6 302458H0864206.1 08-23-87 32 607 8.3 72 14 3.6 2.9 124 6.0 234 0 4.0 76 1.1 .0 ,06 388 347 21 0 3 30245680864206.1 09-12-60 32 883 8.3 -13 4.0 2.4 128 6.1 220 4 4.4 71 .7 .1 .00 346 342 20 0 5 30345880864206,1 10-12-64 32 570 8.0 70 13. 6.4 1.0 123 5.8 228 0 4.8 70 1.0 .0 .00 388 346 20 0 5 30245850864206.1 11-22-65 32 600 8.2 70 13 3.3 2.2 132 5.2 228 0 7.6 78 1.0 .0 .07 348 355 17 0 10 30248N0864206.1 10-06-66 32 580 7.8 70 13 3.4 2.3 124 6.0 228 0 4.4 73 1.1 1.5 .05 330 341 18 0 5 302458N0864206.1 11-28-67 32 620 7.9 77 15 3.8 2.3 126 6.1 230 0 4.4 79 1.0 1.4 .06 351 363 20 0 5 302431N0864403.1 02-29-68 34 730 7.8 -14 3.6 2.5 145 6.0 232 0 4.6 106 1.0 .0 -397 398 20 0 0 302535N0883817.1 09-21-67 37 37200 7.1 -11 1090 950 6870 138 68 0 1480 13800 .5 .1 --24400 6640 6590 0 302838N0863617.1 09-21-67 37 37700 7.0 -11 1070 950 6990 137 72 0 1570 13900 .5 .1 --24700 6590 530 0 302831N0863618.1 09-20-67 39 35500 7.2 -11 1020 890 6540 13b 78 0 1400 13000 .8 .1 --3000 6220 6160 10 30283010863952.1 02-28-67 46 530 8.2 76 11 4.4 2.3 112 5.6 236 0 4.2 50 1.2 .0 -306 308 22 0 0 302521N0864152.1 10-25-55 47 587 7.6 68 14 4.0 2.7 8119 -220 0 5.0 65 1.0 .1 .20 324 319 21 0 8 302521N0864152.1 05-23-57 47 540 8.2 72 13 3.6 2.7 110 8.6 228 0 3.0 86 1.1 .0 .04 326 307 20 0 3 302521N064152.1 08-20-58 47 533 8.3 -13 6.4 1.9 112 5.5 224 4 9.0 51 1,1 1.5 .06 318 315 24 0 0 302521N0864152.1 02-24-59 47 536 8.0 65 13 4.4 2.2 110 5.0 231 0 4.8 83 1.1 .2 .08 313 308 20 0 5 302621N086412.1 08-33-60 47 524 8.1 -13 6.4 1.9 108 5.7 231 0 5.0 50 1.0 1.8 .01 320 307 24 0 4 3025211086412.1 09-12-60 47 531 8.3 70 13 4.8 2.4 104 8.4 226 2 6.4 51 1.0 .4 .08 304 301 22 0 5 302821N064152.1 09-28-02 47 519 8.2 -13 4.8 1.5 117 5.9 228 0 4.4 50 .7 .1 .48 312 309 18 0 8 302021N0864152.1 10-12-64 47 504 8.2 70 12 3.2 3.9 111 5.5 236 0 4.8 50 1.0 .0 .04 308 312 24 0 5 302521N0864182.1 10-00-66 47 810 7.8 70 13 3.3 2.2 111 s.6 228 0 8.6 51 1.1 1.3 .07 292 306 17 0 5 B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.

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Table 7, Cheialol AnlyOeS and TupWraturie of Ground Waters in Olrkooea County and adjiacut areOs-.Continued Specflot D$rolved Hardness Date RforconductTomg PCarTotal Sol a Well of enor anoe p r. Slica CalnI" Sodium trBicar.Don iultate ChloFluoNiiron o e ion. Colnumber colleonumber (aoropit sture (liOS) aoium aua (Na) alum bonate ait ((04) ride ride trate (Fe) Reldue CalCalIoum, caror tion isho0 (F) (Ca) (Mg) () ( (HCO) (COS) (CI) (F) (NO,) at ouarebonat 14'C) 480'C Inted ium *te OKALOOSA COUNTY-Continued PLORIDAN AQUIFSR--Continued 303251N0864152,1 11-28-67 47 525 7,8 70 14 3,5 2.2 110 5,6 228 0 4,8 42 i,o 0.9 0.06 310 297 i1 0 0 302126N0864019,1 07-28-65 48 820 7,8 72 13 2.6 2,0 180 6,0 290 0 .0 118 17. 1.3 ,12 450 462 14 0 0 30238260864819.1 06-01-67 48 504 7,8 -13 3.3 2.9 114 8,8 224 0 3.8 58 1.0 1,1 ,12 308 313 18 0 0 302816N0804754,1 10-03-60 40 547 7.4 80 12 4,8 1.9 117 5.0 224 0 4.8 606 9 .8 .59 338 326 20 0 3 302516N0864754,1 07-12-61 40 572 8.4 72 13 4.0 2,4 120 8,0 216 6 .4 60 .8 ,0 .05 344 325 20 0 5 30516H0864754.1 00-10-62 40 562 8.3 65 14 4,8 1.9 122 5.5 216 4 4.4 4 4 .2 0 .04 330 327 20 0 3 302516N0864754.1 07-10-83 49 550 7,9 72 14 6,4 2,4 114 5.3 228 0 4.4 0 .7 .0 .13 306 325 20 0 5 302516N0864754.1 07-29-68 40 560 7.8 72 13 3.3 2.0 120 5.5 224 0 5,6 64 .8 0 .14 314 324 16 0 0 302516N0864754.1 06-02-67 49 580 7.9 -13 3.3 2.2 119 5. 226 0 4.0 6 .7 .1 .00 320 328 18 0 5 302711N0862514.1 07-30-51 71 200 7.4 68 17 24 16 9.6 -158 0 9.3 50 .1 .1 .24 151 189 120 0 2 302711N0802514.1 11-03-52 71 271 7.4 70 18 26 17 5.2 -158 0 9.6 40 .2 .4 .12 151 158 135 5 1 302711N0862514.1 08-20-53 71 278 8.0 -16 24 16 D11 -160 0 9.8 5.8 .3 .2 .16 150 162 126 0 4 3027110862514.1 11-16-54 71 277 7.9 70 16 24 1 B12 -188 0 11 7,2 .1 .1 .51 151 164 126 0 5 30271N1086214.1 05-17-57 71 270 7.0 72 10 24 16 6.0 2.0 160 0 8,2 4.0 .2 .3 .06 148 158 126 0 2 302711H0882514.1 02-01-59 71 270 8.0 -17 25 18 9.4 23. 161 0 9.6 6.0 .0 .0 .07 154 164 128 0 9 302711N0862514.1 08-18-60 71 271 8.0 -18 29 14 7.8 2.7 164 0 8.1 3.0 .3 .1 .08 162 164 130 2 1 302711N0862514.1 07-18-61 71 266 8.0 72 17 25 15 7.0 3.0 100 0 8.4 4,0 .3 .0 .20 160 169 124 0 0 3027110862514.1 09-11-62 71 264 8.0 72 18 26 14 7,8 .9 158 0 7.2 4.0 .4 .0 .01 170 158 122 0 3 302711N0862514.1 07-09-63 71 255 7.9 72 17 24 16 7.2 3.0 158 0 8.4 3.5 .3 .0 .05 146 143 124 0 8 302711N0862514.1 08-00-65 71 273 7.9 72 10 23 15 8.1 2.9 158 0 8.8 4.6 .2 .0 .05 160 155 119 0 0 302711N0862514.1 08-14-66 71 278 7.9 -17 23 16 8.5 3.0 160 0 8.0 5.0 .2 .1 .07 136 160 134 0 0 302711N0862514.1 05-25-67 71 280 7.6 -17 23 15 8.2 3.0 158 0 8.4 5,0 .4 .0 .09 158 158 120 0 0 30272410863254.1 05-24-67 73 365 7.5 -14 10 0.0 61 3.8 186 0 5.0 20 .4 .1 .00 208 214 80 0 5 3027330883217.1 02-04-89 74 401 7.9 72 18 14 4.1 69 3.8 200 0 6.0 26 .8 1.0 ,05 236 238 52 0 3 302733N0863217.1 08-18-60 74 400 8.0 -15 11 6.0 o6 3.8 200 0 6.4 26 .5 .8 .03 238 238 62 0 8 302733N0863217.1 07-19-61 74 401 8.0 72 14 9.6 6.3 70 4.3 200 0 6.4 26 .6 .4 .27 242 237 50 0 3 302733N0803217.1 09-10-62 74 388 8.5 72 15 11 5.0 70 4.1 190 10 6.0 27 .7 .4 .01 235 248 48 0 0 302733N0883217.1 07-09-63 74 390 7.7 72 14 10 6.6 78 4.0 200 0 6.4 28 .4 .0 .07 232 246 82 0 5 302733N0863217.1 08-10-65 74 400 7.6 72 15 9.4 60. 70 4.0 201 0 6.8 28 .5 .0 .02 268 239 50 0 0 302733N0863217.1 05-24-67 74 400 7.8 -15 10 5,8 72 3.9 198 0 5.2 32 .4 .6 .00 238 244 50 0 5 B Calculated Ht plus K, reported am Na.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReforconductTeoMagPoCarTotal lt a Well of once ance perSilica CalneSodium tamBicarbonSulfate ChillluoNiIron onColnumber collenumber (micropH ature (8i0g) oium sium (Na) sium bonate ate (904) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalClcitua, caror tion hor ('F) (Ca) (Mg) (X) (BCO) (Ce) ( I) (M) (NO) at cumaunebonat 25'C) 180C lated slu t OXAL00A COUNTY--Continued PLORIDAN AQUIFER-Continued 302748N0863251.1 11-03-52 75 316 7.6 70 15 14 9B,1 45 -173 0 8.4 13 0.3 0. 0.08 183 190 72 0 7 302748N0863251.1 08-18-83 75 321 8.1 -14 14 0.3 B44 -172 0 7.5 14 .3 .0 .07 193 188 73 0 4 302748N0863251.1 11-18-54 75 305 7.9 70 15 14 10 B42 -170 0 9.2 12 .2 .0 .11 174 186 76 0 5 302748N0863251.1 05-18-57 75 304 7.7 72 16 16 8.9 36 2.9 172 0 8.8 12 .3 .5 ,04 182 185 74 0 1 302748H0863251.1 03-23-69 75 305 8.0 72 16 18 8.5 34 3.3 167 0 6.4 12 .4 .5 .22 179 181 80 0 4 302748N0863251.1 08-18-60 75 287 8.0 -15 20 10 26 3.7 164 0 7.2 7.6 .4 .2 .45 172 171 91 18 1 302748N0863251.1 07-19-61 75 297 7.9 72 15 16 10 34 3.8 168 0 7.2 10 .4 .0 .05 185 179 81 0 0 302748H0863251.1 09-21-62 75 293 8.0 -10 18 9.5 32 3.7 166 0 6.8 9.5 .5 .0 .00 195 178 84 0 2 302748N0863251.1 07-09-63 75 282 7.5 72 15 18 10 33 4.0 168 0 8.0 11 .2 .0 .04 170 182 86 0 5 302748N0863251.1 08-10-65 75 300 7.8 72 16 18 11 30 3.4 16e 0 8.8 10 .4 .0 .04 179 180 90 0 0 302748N0863251.1 06-22-66 75 297 7.7 -16 16 11 29 3.7 164 0 6.2 9.6 .3 .2 .15 102 173 85 0 0 302748N0863251.1 06-01-67 75 300 7.6 -16' 18 11 28 3.5 164 0 6.4 11 .2 .1 .00 164 176 91 0 5 302743N0863301.1 02-04-59 76 313 7.7 72 15 16 7.5 40 3.2 175 0 7.4 14 .1 .0 .00 180 189 71 0 3 302743N0863301.1 08-18-60 76 316 8.0 -15 18 9.5 38 3.8 170 0 8.0 12 .5 .5 .01 187 189 84 0 1 302743N0863301.1 07-19-61 76 318 7.9 72 15 14 9.5 39 3.9 172 0 6.4 12 .4 .0 .04 195 185 74 0 0 302743N0863301.1 09-10-62 76 301 8.6 72 18 14 10 45 3.8 162 10 7.2 12 .6 .3 .00 212 198 76 0 0 302743H0863301.1 07-09-63 76 290 8.0 72 15 15 9.8 39 4.0 170 0 8.0 13 .5 .0 .07 168 188 78 0 3 327435083301.1 08-10-68 76 290 8.3 72 15 16 9.7 3 3.4 186 4 4.8 12 .5 .1 .08 186 178 80 0 0 302743H0863301.1 0-21-6 76 30 78 .5 -14 15 9.4 35 3.8 168 0 6.0 12 .4 .0 .07 198 179 76 0 0 302743N0863301.1 07-28-66 76 310 8.0 -1 17 10 35 3.8 168 0 6.0 10 .4 .0 .12 -181 84 0 5 302759N0803209.1 05-23-87 77 285 7.7 72 17 21 13 19 3.9 164 0 6.5 6.8 .4 .0 .40 189 169 106 0 3 30275890863209.1 02-05-59 77 284 7.9 72 17 26 9. 19 3.5 162 0 8.8 7.0 .4 .7 .07 167 172 104 0 4 302759N0863209.1 08-18-60 77 284 8.2 -17 24 12 18 3.6 167 0 7.5 6.0 .4 .5 .22 167 171 110 0 0 302759N0863209.1 07-19-61 77 281 7.9 72 16 21 13 21 3.8 164 0 8.8 7.0 .4 .0 .01 169 172 106 0 0 302759N0863209.1 09-10-02 77 275 8.5 72 16 22 12 24 3.4 158 8 8,0 6.5 .4 .3 .00 192 178 104 0 0 302759N0863209.1 07-09-63 77 270 7.7 72 16 21 13 20 3.8 160 0 9.2 7.0 .2 .0 .03 162 169 104 0 5 302789N0863209.1 08-10-65 77 290 7.8 72 16 20 13 21 3.0 162 0 8.4 6.0 .2 .0 .12 168 168 104 0 0 302750N0863209.1 00-21-66 77 284 7.5 -16 19 13 20 3.7 164 0 7.6 7.0 .3 .0 .12 192 168 101 0 0 302759N0863209.1 05-24-67 77 292 7.6 -1 19 12 21 3.5 160 0 7.2 9.0 .2 .0 .00 158 169 100 0 5 302726N0863848.1 05-27-66 80 448 7.5 -17 9.2 4.5 88 5.4 220 0 3.6 33 .7 .1 A.01 -270 42 0 30 A In solution when analyezd. B Calculated No plus K, reported as Na.

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Table 7, Chrea$ol Analymae and Tamporaturel of Ground Waters in Okaloous County and 4djaaont reoas--Contlnued t tr-onduotTengoCarTotal Well o 9l.ne acnnte | perl6to1. CalnoS odium caBMicarbonSulfate ChiofluoNIIron I IanColnumber coloonumber (micro-. jjH stur (8so,)0alum alum (Na) N ium bonate ate (8IO) ride ride trrat (ve) Residue C1lI c-.. or tion aIlho ('F) (Cm) (M0) (K) (HCs) (CO.) (C1) (F) (NOa) IIt umainebon_/ t I 5C) 1-o'A I(hCO(IC I OKALOOSA COUNTY--Cont nued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued o0272N0883048.1 07-2.-6 80 440 82. 7. 17 65 1,2 84 0.2 216 0 ,40 o0 07 ,o0 0,30 .. 257 34 o 0 302738NOB30648.1 08-27-66 81 400 7.3 -6,6 4 79 5,1 200 0 4.4 27 .7 ,4 A.0 -242 53 0 10 302739N0863848.1 07-7--6 81 412 6,0 -16 8,7 4,2 7 63.2 202 0 5.2 24 .7 ,0 ,55 2-38 34 0 5 302747N0863600,1 07-22-65 864 10 6.1 -14 18 4.B 05 4.5 252 0 084 40 .8 ,0 .-208 s0 0 5 30274710863620.1 07-25-8 864 530 8.1 79 15 17 4., 986 ,3 250 0 4,4 40 ,8 ,0 --. 311 62 0 0 302747N0883620.1 07-23-66 84 808 6.1 -15 12 4.7 08 4.9 244 0 4, 40 .8 .0 .24 302 301 50 0 0 302747086830101 07-27-58 64 488 6.0 -15 7,0 4.7 97 4,6 212 0 3, 42 .7 .0 .00 290 289 3 0 0 30274710806320.1 07-27-68 64 474 6 .1 -16 .3 4. 08 4.4 228 0 3.2 40 ..0 2. 26 25 0 0 30274780803820.1 07-28-60 84 47 8.5 -1 6.6 4.8 5 4.6 206 12 2.8 41 .7 .0 .00 -284 36 0 0 302852N0862050.1 05-15-57 87 278 7.7 72 17 23 15 14 2,4 158 0 7,0 6,1 ,2 ,4 ,02 159 163 119 0 1 302852N0883910.1 02-04-89 87 276 7,7 72 17 27 12 13 2.7 168 0 8.8 ,.0 .3 ,3 .03 168 104 117 0 5 302862N080300.1 08-18-60 87 277 7.7 -15 28 12 11 3.4 156 0 9,6 5.0 .3 .1 ,01 159 162 12 0 2 3028652N088620.1 08-19-61 87 275 8.0 72 16 22 1 13 3.4 10 10 9. 6.5 .4 .0 .24 163 166 121 0 0 302852N0882950.1 09-07-62 87 274 8.0 72 17 28 11 14 3.2 156 0 8.4 0.0 ,4 .0 ,02 180 168 115 0 1 302852N8062050.1 07-10-63 07 268 7.9 72 13 22 17 12 3.2 160 0 10 7,0 .1 .1 ,14 144 163 126 0 5 302862N0862960.1 08-10-65 67 278 7.9 72 18 22 14 13 3.1 158 0 10 7.0 ., .0 .03 152 102 112 0 0 302862N02950,1 06-21-66 87 268 7,7 -15 22 14 12 3,2 162 0 6.6 6.41 .0 ,07 138 158 112 0 0 3086520882980.1 05-2-67 87 20 7.7 -16 22 14 13 31 1 16 0 0 7,0 2 .0 .00 165 162 14 0 5 30288a0863013,1 10-05-49 66 294 7,8 -17 21 13 24 -16 0 10 8.2 .2 .0 1.8 162 175 100 0 1 302882N0863013,1 06-15-50 68 280 7.5 71 16 24 14 B14 -157 0 10 5.8 .1 .4 .27 152 161 117 0 3 302852N0863013.1 07-30-51 88 278 7.5 68 14 22 14 16 -156 0 9.8 6,0 ,2 .3 .16 151 19 112 0 4 30286521083013,1 08-20-53 8 298 8,0 -15 20 13 B25 -162 0 10 9.8 .2 .1 .04 179 173 103 0 9 302862)N083013.1 11-17-84 88 274 7.9 70 15 21 14 B18 -186 0 9.8 7.0 ,1 .1 .09 151 162 110 0 5 302852180663013.1 05-16-57 88 295 7.7 72 16 10 13 28 2.6 164 0 9.5 10 ,2 .5 66 171 177 101 0 3 302852N0803013.1 02-04-59 88 203 7,9 -17 24 11 24 2,8 166 0 8.5 8.0 4 ,3 .00 167 178 105 0 5 302852N0863013.1 08-18-60 86 270 7,9 -1 2 12 18 3.1 156 0 9.6 5.4 .4 .3 .01 170 164 114 0 2 302852N0883013.1 07-19-61 88 2680 7.9 72 16 22 13 17 3.5 156 0 10 8.0 .3 .0 .05 167 155 108 0 0 302852N0863013.1 09-07-62 88 269 8,5 72 1 322 16 21 3.0 156 a 10 6.5 ,4 .3 .00 199 180 121 0 0 302852N0863013.1 07-10-63 88 280 7.8 72 16 20 13 23 3.4 160 0 8.8 9.0 ,. .0 .03 174 173 104 0 5 302852N0863013.1 08-10-65 88 287 7.7 72 15 20 13 16 3.0 155 0 10 8.0 .3 .2 .10 158 160 104 0 0 A In solutlon when analyzed. B Calculated Nm plus K, reported ma NM.

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Table 7, Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductTenNagPoCarTotal oli Well ot enoe ane perSilica CalneSodium tasBicarbonSulfate ChloFluoNiiron onColnumber colloonumber (mioropH ature (810) alum slum (Na) alum bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, oaror tion ahos (Fr) (Ca) (Ng) (K) (HCOj) (COI) (Cl) (7) (N0) at cumagnebonat 25*C) f 180 C 0 lated slum ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 302882N0863013.1 06-21-66 88 280 7.8 -16 21 13 16 3.2 188 0 7.8 6.0 0.2 0.0 0.07 142 161 106 0 0 302882N0883013.1 07-28-66 88 290 8.0 -17 22 14 15 3.1 144 0 8.8 8.0 .3 .0 .12 -189 113 0 5 302882N0803013.1 05-25-67 88 272 7.5 -16 21 13 16 3.1 186 0 9.2 8.0 .2 .1 .00 147 164 107 0 5 302887N0883107.1 10-07-60 80 289 7.9 -15 2S 12 14 3.1 .160 0 9.6 2.8 .8 .2 .28 148 161 112 0 3 302887N0863107.1 07-17-61 89 263 7.9 -10 22 13 13 3.3 184 0 8.8 2.4 .4 .1 .44 180 155 108 0 0 302857N0863107.1 09-07-62 89 268 8.1 72 16 23 14 14 3.0 186 0 9.2 3.0 .4 .0 .01 177 160 115 0 8 302857N0863107.1 07-10-63 89 280 7.7 72 1 1 19 15 13 3.4 152 0 6.8 4.0 .4 .0 ,74 148 149 108 0 5 302887N0883107.1 08-16-68 89 271 7.7 72 18 22 14 12 2.9 157 0 9.6 3.6 .3 .0 -.06 160 156 112 0 0 302887N0863107.1 0-29-66 89 286 7.8 -13 20 13 12 3.4 181 0 6.8 3.0 .3 .0 .56 170 146 104 0 0 302857N0863107.1 05-25-67 89 271 7.4 -16 21 14 11 3.2 184 0 8.8 5.0 .3 .0 .24 181 186 111 0 0 302808N0863238.1 10-05-49 91 284 7.6 -16 21 14 820 -162 0 9.8 6.9 .2 .0 .06 187 168 110 0 2 302808N0883238.1 05-16-50 91 291 7.4 71 16 22 14 818 -162 0 9.3 6.8 .3 .3 .21 168 166 112 0 2 302808N0803238.1 07-30-51 91 290 7,0 08 10 21 14 B19 -11 0 9.1 7.0 .2 .3 .21 186 166 110 0 1 302808N0863238.1 11-03-52 91 283 7.6 69 17 21 14 819 --. 161 0 9.1 6.6 .2 .3 .21 188 166 110 0 3 302808N0863238.1 0-8-8-53 1 290 8.0 -16 20 14 22 -163 0 10 7.8 .2 .0 .13 178 170 107 0 1 302808N0863238.1 11-18-54 91 279 7.9 70 18 21 14 18 -163 0 10 4.0 .1 .1 .81 164 162 110 0 6 302808N0863238.1 05-15-57 91 288 7.8 72 17 20 14 18 2.7 163 0 9.5 7.2 .2 .4 .09 166 169 108 0 2 302808N0883238.1 02-04-89 91 294 8.0 72 17 20 7.8 33 3.1 167 0 .6 10 .8 .6 .02 173 180 81 0 8 302808N0863238.1 08-18-60 91 283 8.1 -16 25 12 17 3.2 168 0 8.7 8.6 .4 1.8 .04 168 173 112 0 1 302808N0863238.1 07-19-61 91 282 7.9 72 16 24 11 18 3.4 162 0 8.0 5.4 .4 .0 .09 174 166 105 0 0 302808N0863238.1 09-07-62 91 270 8.4 72 16 22 13 21 3.2 164 6 8.8 3.8 .4 .3 .00 182 177 108 0 3 302808N0863238.1 07-09-63 91 270 7.7 72 14 22 14 18 3.0 162 0 8.8 7.0 .1 ,0 .04 168 167 114 0 8 302808N0863238.1 08-10-68 91 283 7.7 72 17 19 13 17 3.3 161 0 10 4.0 .3 .1 .14 184 163 101 0 10 302808N0863238.1 06-22-66 91 280 7.8 -18 20 14 16 3.3 161 0 8.0 8.0 .2 .1 .07 188 181 108 0 0 302808N0863238.1 05-24-67 91 288 7.6 -16 21 13 16 3.3 162 0 8.4 8.0 .2 ,1 .00 186 165 108 0 0 302859N0863258.1 02-05-59 92 277 7.9 72 17 26 11 16 2.0 185 0 8.4 4.0 .3 .0 .02 188 166 110 0 5 302859N0863258.1 08-18-60 92 241 8.0 -15 24 13 18 3.1 163 0 8.8 3.9 .3 .2 .42 159 163 114 0 0 302859N0863s28.1 07-18-61 92 279 7.9 72 16 24 13 16 3,1 160 0 10 4.0 .4 .2 .39 174 166 114 0 0 302889N0863258.1 09-07-62 92 265 8.5 72 10 22 14 20 2.8 182 12 8.8 4.0 .3 .3 .01 178 175 112 0 0 302885N0883258.1 07-11-63 02 272 7.8 72 15 22 14 18 3.2 162 0 9.8 4.0 .3 .0 .04 166 168 112 0 8 0 Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na. *^ I-

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Table 7, Chemical Analynpe and Temperature ato Ground Watorb in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas-.Contlnued -peolllo Dierolved Hardnoce Date RoftrconductTmnM9gPo | CarTotal To olt I Well of once ance perilies CalntSodium tagSBar. bonSulfate ChloFluoIN-1. ron Non Colnumblr colleonumber (mlcropH sture (8a0O) clum stum (Na) lium bonate ste (O04) ride ride trite (P.) Relidue, CalCalcum, caror tion mhom (F) (Ci) (Mg) (K) (iCOo) (COg) (CI) (M) (NO) at cum=anebonat 25'C) 10o0C o atd iue ate OKALOOA COUNTY.-Continued rLO IDAN AQUIFER--Continued 302859N0883258.1 06-13-606 9 270 7.6 -18 22 15 13 3.0 162 0 ,8 5,0 0.2 0,0 0.25 174 183 118 0 8 302189N08e3828.1 05-25-07 92 265 7.9 -15 20 14 14 3.0 152 0 8.4 8.0 .2 ,3 .00 154 160 110 0 5 302811N0883830.1 11-03-52 90 289 7.4 70 15 19 13 824 -160 0 10 7,5 .6 .5 .09 160 189 101 0 1 302811N08635398.1 08-0-53 06 288 8.1 -15 18 13 828 -162 0 8.6 8,5 .2 .0 .21 186 189 98 0 2 302811N0863539.1 11-17-54 96 280 8.0 72 16 10 12 B26 -161 0 9. 7,2 .2 .0 .61 166 169 97 0 7 302811N0863539.1 05-24-57 96 284 7.7 72 19 19 12 23 3.9 162 0 8.0 7.0 .4 .5 .37 160 173 97 0 3 302811N0863539.1 02-03-89 96 282 7,8 -17 24 92 22 3.3 162 0 8.2 7.5 .4 1.0 .07 160 173 98 0 3 302811N0883539.1 11-07-60 96 254 7, -5.4 16 10 22 3.1 128 0 0.4 15 .1 .3 .33 138 142 81 0 2 302811N0863539.1 08-18-60 96 283 7.5 -16 24 14 20 4.0 162 0 7,8 8.0 .4 .3 .19 163 174 118 0 1 302811086339.0 --1 07-17-61 96 83 7.0 72 16 19 12 23 3,7 160 0 8.0 8.6 .4 .0 .18 169 188 97 0 0 30281110868353.1 09-10-62 96 271 8.4 72 16 21 11 26 3.4 156 8 7,2 6.5 .4 .5 .00 189 177 98 0 3 302811N0863539.1 07-11-63 96 271 7,7 72 16 18 12 24 3.9 160 0 8.4 6.0 .3 .0 .04 174 168 96 0 5 302811o086339.1 08-16-65 96 283 8.1 72 16 18 12 22 3,4 158 0 8,8 6,0 .3 .1 .20 164 168 04 0 0 302811N08O3539.1 06-13-66 96 272 7. -16 10 13 21 3.9 184 0 6.8 6.0 .3 .0 .07 180 167 102 0 00 302811N0863839.1 05-25-67 96 283 7.4 -1 19 12 21 3.4 162 0 7,2 7.0 .4 .0 .31 165 167 08 0 0 30295820862542.1 08-09-65 07 230 7.7 72 12 17 12 11 3.2 136 0 7,6 3.0 .3 .1 .34 144 133 92 0 0 30292510882542.1 06-14-66 97 241 7.9 -13 17 12 14 3.7 135 0 7.0 6.0 .2 .1 .24 130 140 92 0 0 30298520882542.1 05-25-87 97 338 7.3 -14 17 12 11 3,7 132 0 7.2 3,0 .3 .0 .22 126 134 92 0 0 30202110862949.1 10-05-49 98 280 7.6 -16 26 16 B10 -186 0 10 4.0 .2 .2 .17 151 164 131 0 2 302921N0862949.1 05-15-50 98 286 7.6 73 14 25 15 B12 -162 0 10 4.0 .2 .1 .47 161 161 124 0 3 302921N0862949.1 07-30-51 98 28 7.3 68 15 25 17 88.1 -183 0 .3 4.0 .3 .2 .16 152 159 133 0 6 302921H0862949.1 11-03-52 98 283 7.5 89 15 25 16 B10 -163 0 9.3 4.6 .1 .3 .04 159 160 128 0 6 302921N0832948.1 08-19-53 98 283 8.1 -15 24 16 812 -166 0 8.5 4.8 .2 .2 .07 164 163 128 0 3 30292110882949.1 11-17-54 98 274 7.9 70 14 25 15 813 -168 0 10 4.2 .2 .0 12 15 1882 124 0 5 302921N0886249.1 05-15-57 98 280 7.7 70 18 24 16 9.0 2.5 165 0 11 3.0 ,2 .2 .50 158 163 126 0 1 3020210882940.1 02-04-59 98 280 7.9 -16 31 11 11 2.8 167 0 8.4 4.8 .2 .3 .08 187 167 122 0 4 302921N0882949.1 08-18-60 98 280 8.1 -1 30 14 10 3.0 178 0 9.0 2.6 .3 .0 .02 174 171 132 0 1 302921N0862949.1 07-19-61 98 281 8.1 72 15 28 14 12 3.0 188 0 8.4 3.5 .2 .2 .02 164 165 122 0 2 302921N0862949.1 09-07-62 98 278 8.0 72 16 26 14 12 3.0 168 0 8.4 4.0 .3 .0 .02 102 167 122 0 2 302921N0862049.1 07-10-63 98 270 7.7 72 12 27 14 9.6 3.2 168 0 8.8 3.0 .1 .0 ,04 144 161 126 0 5

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas-Contlnued Specific Dissolved Bardness Date eterconductTemMagPoCarTotal soli Well of once ace perSilica CalnoSodium tasBlcarbonSulfate ChloFluoNiiron ---onColAnuber collenumber (micropH ature (l10) oius slum (Na) slum bonate ate (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion shoo (F) (Ca) (M() () (NCO) (COO) (Cl) (F) (NO3) at oumagnebonat 25'C) 180'C lated sIe ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 30292180862949.1 08-10-65 98 290 7.9 72 1B 23 18 11 2.6 186 0 8.8 4.0 0.2 0.0 0.04 168 162 119 0 0 30292180862949.1 06-21-66 98 284 8.3 -14 24 18 10 3.0 156 5 6.8 4.6 .2 .1 .06 142 159 122 0 0 302921N0862949.1 05-25-67 98 292 7.6 -15 24 18 12 2.9 168 0 6.4 6.0 .1 .1 .00 180 168 122 0 8 302902N0863032.1 10-05-49 99 269 7.9 -16 23 15 11 -186 0 10 3.2 .2 .3 .07 144 158 118 0 4 3029020863033.1 05-15-50 99 270 8.0 72 15 24 14 812 -156 0 9.6 3.1 .2 .3 .25 148 155 117 0 4 302902N0863032.1 07-30-51 99 277 7.4 69 15 23 14 813 -155 0 9.5 3.5 .1 .2 .21 146 184 118 0 3 302902N0863032.1 11-03-52 99 267 7.3 70 18 24 14 B11 -184 0 10 3.4 .2 .3 .12 149 184 117 0 3 302902N0863032.1 08-20-53 99 272 7.8 -14 22 14 B15 -188 0 9. 4.2 .2 .1 .08 161 187 112 0 14 302902N0863032.1 11-17-64 99 260 7.8 70 15 23 14 813 -166 0 10 3.5 .0 .0 .23 158 186 115 0 6 30290280863032.1 05-18-57 99 274 7.7 72 16 22 14 11 2.7 155 0 9.2 6.5 .2 .2 .82 150 156 112 0 2 30290280863032.1 02-02-89 99 264 7.8 -17 25 13 13 2.6 158 0 8.4 3.0 .3 .4 -148 161 116 0 3 302902N0863032.1 08-18-60 99 267 8.0 -18 20 18 12 2.8 158 0 8.4 2.0 .3 .3 .03 184 187 112 0 3 30290230883032.1 07-19-61 99 268 8.1 72 18 22 14 14 3.4 160 0 8.0 3.0 .3 .1 .04 161 159 112 0 2 302902N0863032.1 09-07-62 99 257 8.3 72 15 22 14 17 2.8 180 2 9.2 3.8 .4 .4 .00 172 160 112 0 0 3029020863032.1 08-10-65 99 273 7'.7 72 14 22 14 12 2.8 188 0 9.2 4.4 .2 .0 .09 154 165 112 0 0 302902N0863032.1 06-21-66 99 280 7.7 -14 22 14 14 3.2 186 0 7.6 8.0 .2 .1 .17 144 160 112 0 0 302902N0863032.1 08-25-67 99 270 7.8 -18 21 14 13 3.1 152 0 9.2 7.0 .2 .4 .00 148 188 110 0 8 302903N083019.1 10-10-60 100 273 7.8 -14 22 13 17 3.0 164 0 8.8 6.0 .3 .3 .37 164 165 108 0 8 302903N0803019.1 07-19-61 100 273 7.7 72 18 22 14 14 3.3 154 0 8.8 4.4 .4 .0 .08 168 188 112 0 302903N0863019.1 09-07-62 100 272 8.6 7 1 2 13 22 2.9 156 6 9.2 7.0 .4 .2 .00 181 175 108 0 3 302903N0863019.1 07-10-63 100 200 7.6 72 18 20 18 17 3.4 186 0 5.2 7.0 .5 .0 .04 172 161 112 0 5 302903N0863019.1 08-10-65 100 287 7.7 72 14 21 13 16 2.8 187 0 10 6.0 .3 .0 .07 176 169 106 0 0 302903N0863019.1 06-21-68 100 280 7.7 -14 21 14 18 3.2 160 0 7.3 6.0 .2 .1 .06 142 100 110 0 0 302903N0863019.1 05-25-67 100 275 7.8 -12 22 13 13 3.0 180 0 8.4 8.0 .2 .3 .02 150 184 109 0 8 302910N0863015.1 10-05-49 101 272 7.8 -16 24 15 912 -188 0 11 3.9 .2 .2 .08 148 160 122 0 2 302910N0863016.1 05-15-50 101 280 7.3 72 13 85 14 13 -160 0 11 3.6 .1 .2 .23 13 189 120 0 2 302910N0863018.1 07-30-51 101 272 7.3 69 18 23 18 B12 -187 0 0.6 4.0 .3 .3 .70 180 186 119 0 4 302910N0863015.1 11-17-84 101 267 7.9 -15 23 18 B13 -187 0 11 8.2 .1 .1 .09 145 158 119 0 5 302910N0803018.1 05-15-87 101 275 7.6 72 16 23 18 11 2.7 161 0 8.5 4.8 .2 .8 1.6 150 160 119 0 0 302910N0863015.1 02-02-89 101 268 8.0 -15 S2 13 12 2.6 161 0 9.7 6.0 .0 .5 .00 147 103 116 0 2 B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na. w

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Table 7, Chemricl Analyqa and Temperatures oa Ground Waterg in Okaloosa County sad adjacent ar*ea--Continued Specif c Otlolvds HIrdal Date RefrconductTeagPoCar Total oli rd Well of a o o I use perSilil Cal. nSodium tiasBlcr. bonSulfate ChloFluoNiron onColnumber collce number (mloropH iture (l0I) oaum lum (Na) sIum boIat It (804) rid ride trate (rF) Residue ClCaloium, caror ltoan bo (oi) (Ca) (Ng) (K) (HCO) (COO) (Cl) (F) (NO) at ou5i_ -bonat 28*C) 180'C leted slum &te OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLIORIDAN AQUIFt--Contlnued 302910150883015,1 08-18-80 101 27 7., .17 25 13 12 2,8 186 0 9.0 4.0 0.5 0.4 0.04 188 181 118 0 1 30210100863015.1 078-19-1 101 274 7.8 72 16 26 14 12 3.3 188 0 9,8 ,.0 .3 .0 .20 165 163 122 0 0 30201010883018.1 09-07-62 101 263 8.4 72 15 22 19 16 2.8 168 6 8.8 5.0 .4 .3 .01 188 177 133 0 3 303910108e3015.1 07-10-63 101 265 7.8 72 13 22 17 12 3.2 160 0 9.6 8.0 .3 .0 .03 128 181 124 0 a 303910N086301B.1 08-10-65 101 281 8.2 72 15 22 14 12 3.2 100 0 9.2 4.4 .2 .0 .03 162 159 112 0 0 30291090863015.1 06-21-86 101 280 7.8 -14 21 14 14 3.2 18 0 8.0 8.0 .2 .0 .08 148 189 110 0 0 302010N0863015.1 05-25-67 101 282 7.7 -1 22 13 12 3.0 188 0 0.2 6.0 .2 .3 .00 185 150 109 0 5 302914N0863108.1 05-24-57 106 261 7.8 72 16 22 13 12 3.3 155 0 8.2 3.0 .4 .3 .44 140 154 108 0 4 302924N083108.1 02-04-69 106 286 7.7 -18 28 11 12 2.8 188 0 9.2 3.8 ..9 .89 152 162 115 0 4 30292410863108.1 08-18-60 106 265 8.2 -15 24 13 13 3.0 161 0 7.8 3.0 .4 .1 .48 186 158 114 0 3 302924J0863108.1 07-17-61 100 263 8.0 72 14 22 14 13 3.3 156 0 8.4 2.6 .3 .1 .68 159 155 112 0 0 302924N0863108.1 07-10-63 106 250 7.8 72 15 22 13 14 3.4 156 0 8.0 4.0 .4 .0 .67 188 157 110 0 5 302924N0883108.1 08-09-80 106 281 7.6 72 15 21 13 18 3.2 156 0 10 .0 .3 .1 .62 160 160 106 0 0 302924N0863108.1 06-13-66 106 258 7.8 -15 22 14 13 3.2 158 0 7.2 3.0 .4 .0 .81 166 155 113 0 0 302926(0863119.1 08-20-53 107 269 8.1 -16 21 14 B17 -167 0 11 4.2 .3 .0 .14 157 160 110 0 3 3029260863119.1 05-23-57 107 286 7.4 72 10 22 13 17 3.2 185 0 9.8 3.0 .6 .3 .00 152 156 108 0 3 30298260863119.1 02-04-50 107 261 8,0 -15 25 12 12 2.5 157 0 9.6 4.5 .0 .1 .02 140 158 112 0 6 302926N0883119.1 08-18-60 107 268 7.9 -16 22 14 12 2.7 187 0 8.8 2.4 .4 .4 .07 158 186 112 0 2 302926O0863119.1 07-17-61 107 270 8.1 72 15 24 13 14 3.5 158 0 13 3.0 .2 .1 .00 161 163 114 0 2 30292610883119.1 09-07-62 107 261 7.9 72 16 24 13 14 3.1 154 0 6.8 3.0 .4 .0 .02 172 156 114 0 2 302926N086119.1 07-11-83 107 262 7.8 72 15 22 13 18 3.2 184 0 0.6 3.5 .3 .0 .22 162 188 110 0 3 30292610863119.1 08-16-65 107 280 7.6 72 17 21 14 13 3.1 158 0 10 4.0 .3 .0 .10 136 188 110 0 0 30292610863119.1 06-13-66 107 260 7.6 -14 23 14 13 3.0 186 0 8.0 4.0 .3 .0 .08 170 186 116 0 0 302926M0863119.1 05-25-67 107 7S 7.4 -15 22 14 12 3.1 186 0 9.68 .0 .3 .0 .29 182 188 113 0 0 303939N0863188.1 11-07-60 108 262 7.8 -15 26 11 14 3.0 188 0 9.2 3.0 .4 .3 .27 151 159 110 0 3 302939N086318.1 07-17-61 108 265 8.1 t 14 22 14 14 3.2 18 0 8.8 3.0 .2 .4 .11 160 188 112 0 3 302939N0863158.1 09-10-62 108 537 8.5 72 15 24 12 16 2.8 150 8 U.8 3.5 .4 .3 .00 170 165 110 0 0 302939N0863158.1 07-11-63 108 262 7.8 72 15 22 13 16 3.2 156 0 10 3.0 1.1 .0 .27 160 160 110 0 3 302939N0863158.1 08-16-65 108 250 7.6 72 14 20 13 13 3.2 155 0 9.2 2.0 .3 .0 .63 168 151 104 0 0 30239N0863168.1 06-13-66 108 302 7.9 -14 22 14 22 3.1 156 0 8.0 16 .3 .2 .52 200 177 113 0 0 B Calculated Na plus E, reported as Na.

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Table 7. Cbemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specifio Dissolved Hardness Date ReerconductTeaMagPoCarTotal ao u maneI Well of enoe ance perSilica CalnoSodium tasBacarbonsulfate ChloFluoNiiron NonColnunber collcumber (microp ature (810) ia slium (Na) aIum bonate ite (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion bhoe (F) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO,) (COO) (01) ( I) (NO,) at ouOagnebonat 25 ) 180C lated iun ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued PLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 302939N0863158.1 05-25-67 108 270 7.5 -15 21 14 12 3.1 156 0 8.0 5.0 0.3 0.0 0.47 149 156 110 0 8 303039N0862839.1 02-02-66 109 259 -75 14 22 14 9.5 3.0 180 0 7.2 3.0 .3 .0 --147 112 0 5 303013110863516.1 10-06-49 115 22 7.7 -16 23 15 14 -161 0 10 4.9 .2 .1 .74 151 163 119 0 5 30301350863516.1 05-15-80 115 282 7.6 69 19 24 15 914 -164 0 11 4.0 .2 .2 .77 163 168 122 0 2 303013N0863516.1 51 116 285 8.1 -18 23 16 815 -168 0 10 4.6 .1 .2 .45 156 164 119 0 2 303013NH063816.1 07-30-61 115 311 7.4 69 16 26 15 915 -166 0 15 4.9 .2 .1 .22 167 173 127 0 4 303013H0863516.1 11-03-52 115 281 7.6 -15 23 15 815 -162 0 12 3.9 .2 .2 .20 157 164 119 0 6 303013N0863816.1 08-20-53 115 285 8.1 -15 23 14 918 -166 0 10 5.0 .2 .1 .11 163 167 115 0 1 303013N0863516.1 11-18-54 115 272 7.8 70 15 23 15 1 -162 0 12 4.2 .2 .0 .14 148 164 119 0 6 303013N0863516.1 05-24-57 115 279 7.8 72 18 23 14 13 3.2 164 0 9.8 3.2 .4 .3 .06 157 166 115 0 3 303013H0863516.1 02-04-59 115 279 7.8 -18 29 11 14 2.2 167 0 .9 3.5 .3 .2 '.78 159 169 118 0 a 303013N0863516.1 08-18-60 115 279 8.0 -16 24 14 14 2.6 164 0 9.0 4.0 .5 .4 .16 161 166 118 0 1 303013H0863516.1 07-05-61 115 275 8.1 72 15 22 15 15 3.0 166 0 8.4 4.0 .3 .0 .37 171 165 116 0 0 303013N0868616.1 09-07-62 115 274 8.0 72 16 23 14 14 2.8 164 0 8.0 5.0 .3 .0 .04 156 164 115 0 8 303013N0863516.1 06-23-65 115 272 7.6 72 15 17 11 22 3.8 160 0 8.2 3.0 .4 .0 .06 146 189 88 0 0 303021H0863816.1 10-06-49 116 276 7.7 -16 24 15 B14 -164 0 11 3.8 .2 .2 .17 181 165 122 0 2 303021N0863516.1 05-15-80 116 285 7.5 72 18 24 14 B15 -164 0 9.5 3.8 .2 .3 .24 160 166 117 0 3 303021N0863516.1 07-30-51 116 283 8.0 -15 23 14 817 -163 0 9.5 4.8 .2 .3 .40 161 164 115 0 8 30302110863516.1 07-30-51 116 302 7.7 68 17 23 15 813 -163 0 8.5 3.8 .1 .2 .24 151 161 119 0 4 303021N0863516.1 11-03-52 116 279 7.6 69 15 22 14 B18 -16 0 0 1 4.6 .3 .4 .10 164 188 112 0 1 303021N0863516.1 11-03-52 116 278 7.7 72 16 24 15 814 -164 0 11 3.8 .2 .0 .20 156 165 123 0 3 303021N086516.1 08-20-53 116 281 .2 -1 23 15 B21 -165 0 9.5 4.9 .1 .0 .49 158 164 119 0 4 303021N0863516.1 11-17-54 116 271 8.0 70 15 23 14 817 -164 0 10 4.2 .1 .2 .67 162 165 115 0 6 3030210863516.1 05-24-87 116 279 7.6 72 18 23 14 13 3.2 164 0 6.8 3.5 .4 .2 .61 153 163 115 0 3 303021N0863516.1 02-04-59 116 273 8.1 -1 26 12 14 2.3 167 0 8.2 5.0 .0 .2 .89 156 165 114 0 5 303021N0863516.1 08-18-60 116 282 8.0 16 25 13 14 2.8 166 0 9.6 3.0 .3 .3 .16 165 166 116 0 5 303021N0663516.1 07-05-61 116 263 7.9 72 11 24 12 18 2.9 166 0 .8 3.0 .3 .0 .68 157 161 110 0 0 303021N0863516.1 09-05-62 116 273 7.8 72 16 25 13 14 2.8 160 0 9.2 3.0 .3 .1 .89 148 162 116 0 5 303021N0863816.1 07-15-63 116 280 7.8 68 16 22 15 16 3.1 162 0 8.4 4.6 .3 .0 .10 166 165 118 0 5 303021N0863516.1 08-23-63 116 1 75 7.8 72 16 31 13 15 2.8 160 0 9.4 4.0 .3 .0 .07 150 160 166 0 0 B Calculated Na plus K, reported an Na. aj;

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Tablu 7, Cheilical Analyuwo nlid TuimilpriAturaw of Oround Waturl in OkClooal County and adjucunt areui--Continuud Spectlio Dissolved Hardneas Date RetorconductTumM ag. PoCarTotal sold Woll of once ance porSilica Calne. Sodium ta.BicarbonSulfate ChloFluoN1iron fin oh Colnumbor colluenumber (micropRl ature (810l) o lum uium (Na) lmn bonatu ate (0S,) ride ride trate (Vo) Reaidue Cal. Calcium, caror tion l bho ('F) (Ca) (1d) () (COIC) (CO,) (C1) () (NO,) at oumagne* bonat 28'C) |180'C Jlated ilun ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 303021N0863818.1 00-16-60 116 260 7,9 -17 22 15 14 2.7 162 0 7.6 3.0 0,3 0.0 0.12 161 162 117 0 5 303021N0863516.1 05-29-67 116 270 8.1 -16 23 14 13 2.8 160 0 8,4 4,0 .3 .0 ,08 148 161 116 0 0 303113N0862915.1 04-19-50 119 288 7.9 -17 28 17 6.4 2,6 17 0 12 2.0 .0 .2 -* 160 173 140 0 2 303120N0862900.1 10-05-40 120 284 7.7 -14 27 17 7.3 -170 0 0 ,1 2,8 .1 .2 ,14 150 161 137 0 5 303126N0862920.1 05-18-50 120 290 7,8 72 15 28 17 6.2 -160 0 8,7 3.8 .1 .1 .23 168 162 140 0 2 303126N0862920.1 07-30-81 120 284 6.9 68 14 27 17 6.7 -169 0 8.3 3.0 .1 .3 .24 181 189 137 0 3 303126N0862920.1 11-03-82 120 281 7.6 69 14 29 17 5.4 -16e 0 10 3.0 .2 .3 ,09 187 162 142 4 2 303126N0862920.1 08-20-83 120 288 8.0 -14 27 17 7.8 -171 0 8,0 3.9 .1 .1 .48 164 162 137 0 2 303120N0863902.1 11-17-84 120 275 7.8 70 13 27 17 8.5 -171 0 10 3.8 .1 .1 .14 145 163 137 0 5 303126N0868020.1 05-158-7 120 280 7.7 72 15 26 17 0.5 2.0 171 0 0.2 3.8 .1 .4 .08 161 164 135 0 1 303126N0862920.1 02-03-0 120 283 7.8 -16 30 15 5,8 2.4 171 0 8.0 3.8 .2 .4 .02 2IS 16e 136 0 3 303126N0860020.1 08-23-60 10 286 7,7 -14 30 15 6.0 2.7 100 0 13 2.0 .3 .1 .05 169 167 136 0 3 303120N0862929.1 07-17-61 120 282 8.1 72 14 27 t1 6.1 2.9 172 0 8.8 2.5 ,1 .1 .07 161 162 134 0 4 3031268N088209.1 09-11-02 120 276 8.0 72 15 30 15 6.6 2,6 168 0 7.0 3.0 ,4 .0 .00 173 163 130 0 0 303126N0862929.1 07-09-63 120 270 7,7 72 14 28 17 8.6 2.6 172 0 8.0 3.0 .0 .0 .18 174 163 140 0 8 3031268086229.1 08-09-05 120 290 7.8 72 14 26 16 8.6 2.6 171 0 8.4 3.6 .2 .1 .11 132 182 131 0 0 303120N0862029.1 06-14-60 120 281 7.7 -18 26 16 6.3 2.6 170 0 6.6 3.0 .2 .1 .14 134 160 131 0 0 303126N0860229.1 05-25-67 120 287 7.4 -14 26 16 6.7 2.7 188 0 7.6 5.0 .2 .0 .14 180 162 132 0 0 303138N0863946.1 08-30-65 122 510 8.2 -8.1 5.4 3.2 106 5.9 248 0 .4 38 .9 .2 .08 284 290 26 0 0 303211N0802929.1 08-20-53 123 288 8.0 -14 20 17 9.1 -171 0 8.8 3.8 .1 .0 .33 166 163 138 0 1 303211N0862029.1 11-17-54 123 275 7.9 70 14 26 17 8.8 -169 0 10 3.0 ,3 .0 .87 158 162 138 0 6 303211N0862929.1 05-24-57 123 278 7.7 72 16 20 16 7.9 2.6 169 0 8.0 2.5 .3 .3 .19 164 163 131 0 3 303241N0864017.1 09-21-62 128 890 8.0 72 12 4.0 1.9 135 6.0 302 0 .0 45 1.6 1.7 .03 380 388 18 0 5 303241N0804617.1 07-15-63 125 060 7.8 68 11 4.0 4.4 140 5.1 290 0 .4 46 1.0 .7 .32 352 380 28 0 5 303241N0804817.1 08-30-06 128 860 7.9 -12 2.7 2.0 138 5.1 308 0 .4 44 1.4 .3 .17 342 358 14 0 8 303241N0864617.1 08-16-66 128 581 7,7 -13 3.1 2.0 127 4.9 296 0 .4 44 1.8 1.2 .20 370 343 16 0 5 303241N0864017.1 08-29-67 125 880 8.2 -11 3.1 1.9 132 4.8 298 0 .4 44 15, .9 .42 348 347 16 0 0 303431N0862684.1 10-06-49 130 230 7.8 -14 19 11 1 -140 0 5.0 2.6 ,. .2 .75 128 136 93 0 1 303431N080264.,1 05-16-50 130 247 7.7 72 12 24 13 8.4 -144 0 9.0 2.8 .1 .1 .81 137 140 113 0 2 303431N0862045.1 07-30-51 130 251 7.5 68 16 24 14 7.7 -147 0 8.1 3.1 .2 .8 .27 135 146 117 0 7 B Calculated Na plus K, reportod as Na.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductTeMagPoCarTotal soli Well of ence ance perSilica CalneSodium tasBiarbanSulfate ChloFluoNiiron NonColnumber collecnumber (micropH ature (Si0) cium sium (Na) sium bonate ate (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion amho (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO3) (CO0) (Cl) (F) (NOS) at oumagnebenat 28"C) 180I C lated stum ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 303431N0862645.1 11-03-52 130 235 7.7 70 12 20 12 B13 -140 0 7.2 3.0 0.6 0.8 0.20 130 137 99 0 7 303431N0862648.1 08-20-53 130 251 8.4 -13 24 14 B10 -138 6 9.0 4.8 .2 .2 .20 150 149 117 4 2 303431N0862048.1 11-18-54 130 241 7.9 70 13 23 14 B8.1 -144 0 9.8 2.8 .1 .2 .20 135 142 115 0 6 303431N0862645.1 05-24-57 130 241 7.6 72 13 23 13 6.5 2.3 143 0 7.8 2.2 .2 .1 .31 140 138 111 0 3 303431N0886248,1 08-18-60 130 239 7.9 -13 25 11 9.0 2.5 144 0 6.3 1.8 .4 .1 .28 141 140 108 0 1 303431N0862045,1 07-05-61 130 239 8.3 72 11 23 13 6.6 2.5 138 2 7.6 2.2 .8 .2 .57 134 137 111 0 2 303431N0862645.1 09-06-62 130 241 7.7 72 13 24 13 6.5 2.4 144 0 7.6 2.0 .3 ,1 .14 132 140 114 0 5 303431N0862045,1 07-10-63 130 230 7.7 68 12 24 13 7,4 2.6 144 0 7.6 2.0 .1 .0 .18 154 140 112 0 5 303431N0862645,1 08-23-68 130 244 7.6 72 12 22 13 8.6 2.5 146 0 8.0 2.0 .1 ,0 .02 110 140 108 0 0 303431N0882645.1 06-17-66 130 246 7.6 -12 22 14 6.2 2.5 145 0 6.6 2.0 .1 .1 .30 146 136 112 0 0 303431N0862645.1 05-24-67 130 240 7.4 -12 22 13 6.6 2.4 143 0 7.2 3.0 .2 ,4 .00 128 137 109 0 5 303441N082603,91 10-06-49 131 241 7.6 -13 24 14 87.3 -146 0 9,3 2.5 .1 .2 .03 131 142 117 0 1 303441N0862639.1 05-16-50 131 247 7.4 72 11 24 14 s5.8 -142 0 9.0 2.8 .1 .2 1.2 131 137 117 0 2 303441N0862639.1 11-03-52 131 243 7.06 9 12 24 14 6.7 -143 0 9.6 2.6 .3 .4 .11 134 140 117 0 2 303441N0862639.1 08-20-53 131 246 8.0 -12 23 14 B8.1 -145 0 8.0 3.7 .1 .0 .11 142 140 115 0 3 303441N0862839.1 11-18-54 131 241 7.9 70 13 23 14 B8.1 -144 0 9.8 2.8 .1 .2 .20 135 142 111 0 6 303441N0882639,1 07-30-57 131 240 8.0 72 12 22 14 6,4 2.3 144 0 5.8 2.5 .4 .0 .33 132 136 11i 0 3 303441N0882639.1 02-08-59 131 238 7.8 -13 27 12 5.4 1.8 143 0 7.4 2.8 .2 .3 .67 130 140 117 I V 5 303441N0862839.1 08-18-60 131 224 7.5 -12 16 8,3 23 3.0 138 0 2.0 3.0 .9 .7 .21 133 135 66 J 1 303441N0862639 1 07-05-61 131 242 8.0 72 12 22 15 5.7 2.5 144 0 8.8 2.0 .1 .1 .29 139 139 116 0 3 303441N0802639.1 07-08-62 131 230 7.8 72 12 14 9.0 25 2.8 138 0 2.0 2.5 .9 .4 .38 150 137 72 0 2 303441N0862839.1 07-10-63 131 220 7.8 68 12 22 13 8.4 2.4 142 0 6.0 3.0 .3 .0 .31 142 137 110 0 5 303441N0862039,1 08-23-65 131 228 7.4 72 1 1 12 7.2 26 2.7 138 0 1.2 2.0 .7 .0 .19 106 132 60 0 0 303441N0862639.1 06-17-66 131 235 7.5 -12 24 14 5.6 2.2 144 0 0.8 2.0 .1 .0 .09 152 138 18 10 5 303441N0862839,1 05-24-87 131 255 7.5 -13 23 13 5.6 2.2 146 0 6.8 2.0 .1 .2 .00 127 138 112 0 5 303512N0863751.1 10-06-49 134 260 7.7 -1 28 13 BB.5 -154 0 10 3.4 .1 .1 .29 143 155 123 0 2 303812N0803751.1 05-15-50 134 265 7.6 71 19 29 13 B6.7 -153 0 9.4 3.4 .1 .2 1.2 152 158 126 0 2 303512N0863751.1 07-30-51 134 264 6.9 68 17 26 13 10 -153 0 9.1 4.2 .1 .2 .75 146 155 118 0 1 303812N0863751.1 11-03-82 134 263 7.7 70 10 28 13 8.6 -183 0 10 3.8 .2 .4 .21 147 155 123 0 9 303512N0863751.1 08-20-53 134 266 7.9 -15 27 13 B10 -153 0 10 4.5 .2 .1 ,42 188 158 121 0 4 B Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na. -$

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Table 7, Chemiaul Analyseo and Temperatures of Oround Waters in Okalooal County and adjsoent areas--Continued specific Disoalved Hardne Date Refer. conductTeMNaPoCarTotal d well of once anc* prSilica Calnr-. Sodium taBiearbanSulfate Chlo rFluoNiIron n. Col. number colleo number (micropH ature (11UO) aolu s lu (Na) alum bonate *te (a04) ride ride trate (p) Residue CalCallcum, carp or tion baho ('F) (Ca) (Mg) () (NCO,) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (NO,) at oumagnebon at 2C* ) 180'C | lted slum ate OKALOOBA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFE--Continued 303512N0863751.1 11-22-54 134 258 7.9 70 16 27 13 10 -154 0 10 4.0 0.1 0.0 055 1 11 15 121 0 8 .03512N0863751.1 05-23-67 134 263 7.7 72 17 26 12 8.4 2.9 154 0 5.2 3B. .3 .2 .48 150 151 114 0 3 303512N0863761.1 07-05-61 134 185 8.0 72 11 13 11 86. 2,8 104 0 8.0 4.0 .2 .0 .08 110 110 78 0 0 303512N0863781.1 02-04-59 134 280 7.8 -1 32 9.2 B. 1. 166 0 8.2 3.0 .2 .0 -149 167 118 0 6 303612N0863751.1 08-18-60 134 271 7.7 -16 29 12 B. 3.0 1 7 0 9.6 3.5 .2 .1 .08 158 159 112 0 5 303612N0863751.1 07-16-63 134 240 7.7 68 16 26 13 8.8 3,4 158 0 8.4 4.0 .0 .0 .04 158 165 120 0 5 303513N0883751.1 08-23-68 134 260 7.8 72 16 26 12 8.5 2.4 154 0 8.8 3.0 .2 .1 .07 154 153 114 0 0 303517N0863801.1 10-06-49 135 270 7.5 -16 28 13 11 -157 0 12 3.5 .1 .1 .18 150 161 123 0 2 303517N0863801.1 06-19-50 135 269 7.7 72 16 27 13 10 -155 0 10 4.0 .1 .2 .59 152 156 121 0 7 303517N08S3801.1 07-30-51 136 266 7.0 68 15 26 13 10 -154 0 9.2 3,2 .2 .2 .45 144 13 118 0 2 303517N0883801.1 11-03-52 135 267 7.8 69 11 20 9.6 24 -157 0 6.4 3.4 .5 ,A .27 150 153 89 0 4 303617N0863801.1 08-20-53 138 274 8.0 -15 24 12 16 -157 0 9.0 4.5 .2 .0 .40 160 158 109 0 4 303517H0863801.1 11-22-54 135 261 7.9 70 15 25 13 13 -1655 0 11 3.8 .1 ,1 .14 143 167 116 0 6 303517N0883801.1 05-23-57 135 267 7.8 72 16 26 13 9.4 2.9 166 0 9.0 3.2 .3 .1 .24 151 157 118 0 3 303517N0863801.1 02-04-59 136 260 7.7 -16 30 10 9.0 2.3 154 0 9.2 5.0 .2 ,4 .38 163 158 116 0 6 303517N0803801.1 08-18-60 13B 26B 7.6 -15 30 12 7.4 2.6 154 0 8.8 2.2 .3 .2 .06 105 154 124 0 1 303517N0863801.1 07-05-61 135 371 8.1 72 1 2 13 10 2.8 158 0 0 10 3.8 .2 .1 .00 109 109 116 0 2 303617N0863801.1 09-06-62 135 258 7.8 72 16 27 12 9.8 2.6 162 0 8.4 4.0 .6 .1 .50 136 155 117 0 5 303170863801.1 07-15-63 135 250 7.7 68 16 26 13 10 2.7 166 0 8.0 4,0 .2 ,0 ,70 168 157 118 0 5 303517N0863801.1 08-23-66 135 255 7.8 72 15 26 12 9.6 2.5 154 0 9.2 3.0 .2 .0 .15 160 154 114 0 0 303817?0863801.1 06-16-66 135 263 7.7 -1 25 12 9,8 2.4 166 0 7.6 3.0 .2 .0 .13 172 12 112 0 0 303617N0863801.1 05-25-67 135 269 8.0 -14 26 12 11 2.6 154 0 6.4 4.0 .3 ,0 .34 144 153 115 0 0 303733N0864410.1 10-06-4B 138 466 7.9 -23 16 8.9 79 -228 0 8.0 36 .4 ,4 .53 274 282 74 0 4 303733N0864410.1 06-15-50 138 460 7.4 72 18 14 8.1 79 -315 0 6.3 39 .5 .2 3.0 268 271 6B 0 7 303733N0864410.1 07-30-81 138 480 7.3 71 21 14 8.6 80 -22233 0 4.8 40 .4 0. .54 273 279 70 0 10 303733N0864410.1 11-03-52 138 461 7.6 69 21 18 8.4 77 -221 0 6.1 38 .4 .4 .22 270 273 72 0 1 303733N0864410.1 0-20-63 138 472 8.2 -19 13 8.6 81 -224 0 6.0 38 .4 .2 1.2 283 277 68 0 23 303733N0864410.1 11-22-54 138 454 8.0 70 20 18 7.7 79 -222 0 6.0 37 .4 .2 .12 276 274 69 0 B 303733N0864410.1 08-29-57 138 472 8.0 72 22 16 7.8 76 8.4 228 0 8.5 38 .6 .5 .25 274 287 72 0 3 303733N0864410.1 08-18-60 138 465 8.1 -20 16 10 74 5.0 220 0 4.9 37 .5 .6 .00 271 279 81 0 1 8 Caloulated Na plus K, reported ao Na.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okalooaa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconduotTemMagPoCarTotal o well of enoe anoe perSilia CalneSodium ta BarbonSulate ChloFluoNiiron NonColnumber collumber (miropH aturo (5i0,) cium ium (Na) sium bonate ate (SO,) ride ride trato (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, aror tion mhoa (OF) (Ca) (MgK)(K) (HCO) (COC) (Cl) (F) (NO8) at cunagnebonat 25"C) 180oC lated aum ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 30373318084410,1 09-10-62 1368 01 7.0 72 22 14 8.0 84 5.1 224 0 5.2 38 0,6 0,1 0.01 290 287 68 0 3 303733N0884410,1 08-23-65 138 430 8.1 72 22 14 8.0 76 4.7 224 0 4.8 38 .5 .1 .03 276 278 68 0 0 303733N0864410.1 05-26-67 188 460 8.2 -20 14 8.2 77 5.0 220 0 4.0 38 .5 ,0 .12 271 276 70 0 0 303745N0884421.1 10-06-49 140 468 7.8 -21 14 8.6 76 -216 0 6.4 35 .4 .6 .07 264 268 70 0 6 303745N0864421,1 05-18-50 140 469 7.4 72 23 15 7.8 78 -218 0 6.1 38 .4 .1 .59 278 275 70 0 2 303745N0864421.1 07-30-51 140 454 7.2 72 22 14 8.2 B79 -219 0 5.8 37 .6 .4 .20 269 275 69 0 2 303745N0864421.1 11-03-52 140 466 7.6 68 22 14 8.3 877 -218 0 6.1 3 ..4 .4 .29 273 271 69 0 2 303745N0864421.1 08-20-53 140 478 8.1 -20 12 9.56 81 -222 0 5.5 40 .3 .1 .12 287 277 69 0 3 303745N0864421.1 11-22-54 140 487 8.0 70 20 14 8.5 B82 -224 0 6.8 40 .4 .0 .44 284 282 70 0 9 303745N0864421.1 05-29-57 140 474 8.1 72 22 14 7.8 78 5.5 226 0 4.8 39 ...6 .48 279 283 67 0 3 303745N0864421.1 02-04-59 140 451 7.9 -21 17 6.2 73 4.3 223 0 5.1 38 .1 .6 -270 275 68 0 8 303745H0864421.1 08-18-60 140 488 8.4 -16 13 6.9 84 4.9 208 12 .1 34 .7 .7 .49 278 274 01 0 6 303745N0864421.1 07-05-81 140 466 8.0 72 20 13 9.1 77 6.4 222 0 5.2 38 .4 .1 .23 286 277 70 0 3 30374580884421.1 09-20-62 140 452 7.8 72 19 15 7.4 74 5.0 216 0 2.8 37 .8 .1 .07 258 267 68 0 5 303745N0884421.1 07-15-63 140 450 .7.0 88 20 14 8.0 87 5.3 224 0 9.2 40 .2 .0 .05 282 294 68 0 5 303745N0864421.1 08-23-65 140 430 7.9 72 20 13 7.5 77 5.2 224 0 5.6 37 .6 .1 .10 278 277 64 0 0 303748N0884421.1 00-16-66 140 460 7.5 -22 14 7.8 73 4.9 224 0 3.6 38 .8 .0 .09 294 274 86 0 5 303745N0864421.1 05-26-67 140 467 8.2 -14 12 7,8 80 6.0 226 0 .0 40 .5 .0 .58 268 271 62 0 0 303820N0862418.1 08-24-68 141 200 7.8 -11 16 7.2 15 3.1 121 0 .0 3.0 .9 .0 .67 98 116 64 0 0 30382008862418.1 06-17-66 141 209 7.5 -11 22 11 8.8 2.0 126 0 7.6 2.0 .8 .0 .18 140 124 100 0 5 303820N0862418.1 05-25-67 141 210 7.2 -11 18 9.1 10 2.3 120 0 3.6 3.5 .6 ,0 .23 121 117 83 0 8 303849N0883141.1 10-06-49 143 270 7.7 -14 29 18 94.4 -163 0 9.8 2.8 .0 .0 .29 146 166 138 0 2 303849N0863141.1 05-10-50 143 287 7.4 72 16 32 18 84.6 -161 0 11 5.6 .1 .1 3.1 181 163 142 0 2 303849N0883141,1 07-30-51 143 274 7.1 69 14 30 16 81.9 -11 0 8.6 2.8 .1 .1 .25 148 152 141 0 3 30384980883141.1 11-03-52 143 273 7.7 70 13 29 16 B3.6 -160 0 9.7 2.9 .2 .1 .20 149 184 138 7 2 303849N0883141.1 11-22-54 143 261 7.9 70 12 28 15 B6.5 -160 0 9.0 3.5 .1 .0 .23 162 183 132 0 8 303849N0863141.1 08-24-57 143 270 7.8 72 16 29 15 3.8 2.1 183 0 8.2 2.8 .2 .1 .08 145 187 134 0 3 303848H0863141.1 02-04-59 143 268 7.8 -14 30 14 4.4 1.3 164 0 8.4 4.0 .0 .1 .09 151 187 132 0 4 30384980863141.1 07-05-61 143 271 8.0 72 13 29 15 3.8 2.0 162 0 9.2 2.4 .2 .0 .11 154 185 134 1 0 303849N0863141.1 09-08-62 143 203 8.0 72 14 28 14 3.9 1.7 160 0 8.0 3.0 .2 .1 .01 134 183 130 0 6 8 Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.

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Table 7 Chealoil Analyses and Temperatures oft round Vaters In Okaloosa County and adisont Asrse--Cont4nued Date Refer. out TeaMag o. CarTotal tsolved 4 ardness Well oa I nae n oos per. -ilia Calna.sodiau tiaBoiaibonsulfate ChloFluON .iron -" --CO l-i nu(ber olens(a p1 tUr (010)alo lu i (Na) Itun bonr s t a (804) ride ride trtel (Pi) ReaNdu CalCalciuml oaror i" a (s) (CA) (Mg) w) (
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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductTemHaPoCarTotal solid ell of ence ance perSilica CalneSodium tasBicarbonSulfate ChloFluoNiiron onColnumber colleonumber (micropH ature (SiaO) aium sium (Na) -ium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalium, caror tion mhos ('F) (Ca) (Mf) (K) (HCOe) (CO)) (C ) (F) (NOg) at umagnebonat 25'C) 180'C lated su ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 30418N0863340.1 12-07-60 161 222 7.7 -16 2 8.9 2.6 1.6 126 0 8.9 3.0 0.2 00 -126 131 106 3 0 304518N0863340.1 12-08-66 161 210 7.8 -18 26 8.6 2.6 1.5 120 0 9.0 2,8 .2 .0 -123 12 100o 2 0 304518N0863340.1 12-12-66 161 209 7.9 74 16 27 8,7 2.7 1.5 116 0 8.8 4.0 .2 .1 -120 126 104 8 0 304037N0863406.1 01-10-68 162 233 7.7 76 16 27 11 4.2 1.8 137 0 8.7 3.0 .2 .0 -135 139 112 0 0 304541N0863407.1 01-10-68 163 232 8.1 77 18 26 11 2.9 1.0 136 0 8.2 3.0 .2 .0 -132 135 110 0 0 304801N0864031.1 08-08-68 167 397 7.8 -22 11 6.4 64 6.0 192 0 4.0 28 .7 .0 -221 234 S4 0 5 305530N0863227.1 01-11-68 170 202 7.7 63 9.6 24 10 1.6 .6 116 0 8.0 3.0 .3 .2 0.00 110 118 102 6 5 30SS37N0864120.1 07-05-68 182 292 7.6 -12 30 13 11 5.9 176 0 8.0 6.0 .3 .0 -172 174 129 0 0 305615N0862848.1 01-11-68 183 218 7.7 59 9.1 29 9.0 1.5 .6 122 0 10 3.0 .2 .0 .01 118 123 110 10 5 305743N0863848.1 07-05-68 188 256 7.8 -14 32 10 4.9 2.1 161 0 8.6 2.0 .2 .1 -181 1S0 121 0 0 308712N0864034.1 01-11-68 189 268 7.6 59 17 35 9.4 5.0 3.9 188 0 8.0 3.0 .2 .0 .01 184 160 126 0 10 SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER 302303N0862680.1 11-07-60 2 65 5.7 -4.1 1.8 1.0 7.0 0,3 11 0 2.0 12. 0.1 0.1 4.3 31 38 8 0 4 302303N0862680.1 08-18-65 2 63 6.7 72 2.8 2.5 1.0 7.2 .0 12 0 .0 14 .0 .1 2.9 32 34 10 0 0 302303N0862650.1 06-13-66 2 03 6.7 -3.8 2.4 1.1 6.5 .4 10 0 .0 12 .0 .0 4.7 58 31 10 2 25 302317N0863130.1 08-25-56 8 249 6.7 78 7.9 18 6.1 19 -84 0 17 35 .1 .6 .47 173 188 70 26 200 302317N0883130.1 08-23-60 8 308 6.9 -14 32 8.8 20 2.3 82 0 28 38 .3 1.0 .18 208 179 104 37 38 302317N0863130.1 08-10-08 5 180 6.8 72 9.6 18 2.4 12 1.4 82 0 13 20 .2 1.3 .29 108 104 85 20 302317N0863130.2 05-23-87 6 671 6.7 72 8.6 19 14. 80 4.8 66 0 29 184 .8 1.0 .25 428 344 105 51 270 302317N0863130.2 02-01-50 6 276 6.6 -15 31 4.7 10 2.4 41 0 64 24 .2 .0 .99 180 172 97 84 19 302317N0863130.2 08-16-68 6 219 7.3 -,7.6 24 4.5 12 .9 85 0 7.0 21 1 .4 .96 132 120 78 9 20 302316N0863222.1 05-23-87 7 149 7.1 72 4.4 17 2.3 8.4 .8 56 0 8.8 15 .2 .3 .36 96 85 52 6 65 302319N0863222.1 10-03-00 7 143 7.4 74 4.3 20 1.0 7.1 .0 60 0 4.0 14 .1 .0 .08 97 81 54 8 30 302319N0863222.1 07-29-65 7 100 7.6 72 4.5 19 2.0 8.2 .4 62 0 5.6 14 .2 .2 .20 82 88 86 4 0 302328N0863332.1 08-2M-60 9 248 7.4 -11 17 5.2 22 .8 60 0 8.8 37 .1 1.9 .08 180 134 64 15 6 302328N0863332.1 08-16-68 9 188 6.9 72 6.6 17 2.1 9.4 1.0 55 0 7.2 16 .0 .4 .04 84 87 51 6 0 302328N0863332.2 02-01-59 9 217 7.5 -6.6 18 2.2 20 .9 84 0 8.9 35 .0 1.0 .08 120 120 54 10 2 302328N0863332.2 08-16-68 10 147 6.9 72 5.1 16 2.1 8.4 .7 52 0 6.4 15 .0 .0 .02 72 80 48 6 0 0" 302334N0863441.1 05-23-57 11 156 6.8 72 4.8 12 2.2 13 1.2 31 0 5.2 24 .2 1.4 .18 92 79 39 14 7 302334N0863441.1 10-03-60 11 256 6.9 78 7.5 29 1.3 15 3.0 40 0 44 26 .3 .7 .62 147 150 78 40 17 302334N0863441.1 08-10-65 11 159 6.9 72 7.5 16 1.2 11 1.4 38 0 10 18 .1 .1 .10 94 90 45 15 0 302343N0863548,1 10-03-60 13 70 6.0 74 5.5 1.6 .7 10 .8 10 0 1.6 14 .1 .9 .60 49 40 7 0 45 B Calculated Na plus K, reportod as Na, r-

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Table 7, Chemical Analyoms and Teoperaturem of Ground Waters In Mkaloosa County and adJaeont arease.-Cont$lud $petco Dissolved Hardne.r Date Refroonducat TenMagPa. CarTotal soled Wtll of aneo anoI per8lca CalneSodium teBlcsrbon-Ssultate ChloFuoNi.iron INo-~ Colnumber collonumber (iniropH ature (S0l) olum slum (Na) slum bonate ati (8o0) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCaaIum, caror tlon abos () (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCOi) (CO,) (C1) (F) (NOv) at oumlapgbonat 285C) iBO'C lated ium t OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued 302343N0863548.1 07-28-68 13 120 7.1 72 7.8 1B 1,0 4,6 0.5 47 0 6,4 8,0 0.1 0,1 0.02 72 08 44 8 0 302536N0863618,2 07-10-67 40 1180 7. -9.0 18 17 198 9.2 152 0 35 280 ,6 ,1 -641 642 11 0 80 302518N0O84738.1 10-12-64 50 100 8,1 70 9.4 4,6 1,1 12, .2 18 0 1,. 13 15 .2 2.4 106 s6 18 1 40 302o18N0B84738,1 11-22-65 80 79 6. 70 9.9 2,5 1,0 7.5 .0 20 0 1.2 12 2 .2 2.7 54 46 10 0 20 302518N0864738.1 10-06-66 50 41 4., 70 3.8 1,2 .9 ,34 .6 1 0 4,8 3,8 .1 6.4 3,7 16 25 6 6 5 303218N0864738.1 11-28-87 50 64 8.3 70 4.1 1.5 1.0 7.3 .3 0 0 ,0 13 ,2 .3 .48 50 30 8 8 30 302727N0863147.1 05-23-57 72 37 5.3 72 3.7 1.2 .1 3.8 .0 4 0 2.5 6.8 1 .3 ,06 21 20 4 0 3 302727N0603147,1 02-04-50 72 86 4. -3,7 1.0 1.6 9.2 ,8 0 0 2.8 15 ,0 86, .02 40 41 9 9 3 302709N0O63442.2 07-12-67 79 1160 0.0 70 3.9 18 32 166 4.9 4 0 43 320 .2 .1 -684 580 136 132 5 303858N086311,1 10-07-60 90 27 6,2 -2.7 ..2 2,8 ,3 5 0 .4 4.8 .1 2.0 .45 21 18 3 0 3 302810N0863641.1 08-10-65 92 25 6.8 72 4,0 2.2 .5 1.7 .4 10 0 .8 2.6 .0 .0 .04 16 17 8 0 0 302933N0883032.1 03-03-59 102 38 5.4 -4.8 1.6 1.7 1.9 .3 4 0 .0 2.5 .0 8.8 ,01 24 24 11 8 5 302933N0803032.1 08-19.80 102 36 5.5 -4.6 2.6 1,3 1,8 .0 4 0 .1 1.8 .1 8.4 .12 37 23 12 8 0 30294210863022.1 05-24-57 103 40 5.8 72 4.7 1.8 .7 2.7 .0 I 0 3.0 3.8 .1 6.5 .06 30 26 8 4 3 302042N0863022.1 02-05-59 103 53 5.8 4,1 4.2 .4 3,4 .9 5 0 5.6 3.0 .0 6.7 .21 35 31 12 8 2 302942N083022.1 08-18-60 103 46 5.7 -3.7 3.2 1. 3,1 1.4 5 0 5.7 3.0 .2 4, .04 33 29 17 14 3 302943N0863022.1 08-09-65 103 50 6,8 72 2.2 3.0 .6 1,8 .8 6 0 6.0 1.5 .0 3.0 .27 36 22 10 6 0 302914N0863113.1 10-07-60 104 41 6.4 -.8 24 ,8 .0 10 0 .8 5.5 .1 2.5 2.1 34 19 7 0 3 302915N0863124.1 11-16-54 108 288 7.9 70 14 23 14 14 -15 0 10 3.8 .2 .6 -146 187 115 0 18 303003N0863027.1 05-23-57 113 82 6.5 79 4,4 2,8 1.3 4.3 .0 12 0 1.0 6;2 .1 5.2 .53 38 31 12 2 2 303003N0863027.1 10-07-80 113 29 6, -4,1 .8 ,s 20 .0 7 0 .8 3.5 .1 1.1 .31 17 16 4 0 3 303003N0863027.1 08-09-65 113 27 6.5 72 3.1 .4 .1.2 .0 8 0 .0 3.0 .0 .1 .51 18 12 3 0 0 303044N0803510.1 08-30-04 117 24 .6 -2.3 1.0 .4 1.5 .4 7 0 .4 3.0 .1 .0 1.2 10 12 4 0 0 303044N0863510.1 06-16-66 117 17 5.9 -1.6 .5 .4 1.3 .3 4 0 .4 2.2 .1 .5 .07 14 9 2 0 0 303044N0863510.1 05-25-87 117 27 6.0 -3.7 .4 .4 2.7 .2 0 .0 4.2 .1 .4 3.1 0 15 2 0 5 303104N0863822.1 08-30-85 121 21 6.6 -7.3 1.2 .3 1.3 .3 8 0 .4 1.5 .0 .1 .11 12 16 4 0 0 303:1aenutub348.1 1U-18-6U 124 32 0.1 -2.8 .4 .1 1,6 .0 13 0 .4 3.2 .1 .1 .28 25 15 2 0 4 303311N0884839.1 10-18-60 138 22 8.7 -3.8 ..0 1.7 .1 10 0 .4 3.0 .1 .0 .26 17 18 2 0 2 303311N0864539.1 08-30-65 18 21 0.5 -5.7 1.0 .4 1.5 .2 8 0 .0 2.8 .0 .0 .43 14 16 1 0 0 303314$0864537.1 02-08-89 129 29 .8 -3. ...2 1.6 .2 13 0 .0 3.2 .0 7.4 .42 19 23 2 0 7 8 Calculated Na plus K, reported as Na.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductTeagPoCarTotal Well of ence ance perSilica CalnoSodium tasBicarbonSulfate ChloPluoNiiron onColnumber calloonumber (micropH ature (8O1) cium saum (Na) mium bonate ate (504) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion mhoe (OF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO3) (COg) (Cl) (F) (NO) at cumagnebonat 256C) 180'C lated aium ate OKALOOSA COUNTY--Continued SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued 303314N0864837.1 08-18-60 129 26 6.7 -3.4 1.2 0.5 1.5 0.0 10 0 0.2 2.8 0.0 0.2 0.08 24 15 5 0 0 303314N0884537.1 07-05-61 129 25 0.9 72 4.0 .8 .0 1.7 .0 12 0 .4 1., .0 .0 .17 19 14 2 0 2 303528N0863909.1 10-18-60 130 18 5.9 -4.8 .4 .1 .9 .0 6 0 .4 1.5 .1 .3 .18 18 11 2 0 3 303528N0863909.1 08-30-68 138 14 .2 -8.3 .0 .2 1.1 .2 4 0 .0 .8 .0 .2 .10 12 11 1 0 5 303528N0863909.2 02-08-59 137 20 6.6 -5.0 .6 .1 1.2 .2 10 0 .0 1.5 .0 .8 1.9 20 14 2 0 6 303820N0802418.2 02-05-59 142 28 ,6. -..6 ,4 1.0 .8 .1 16 0 .0 1.8 .0 .1 .03 18 18 5 0 3 303820N0882418.2 08-18-60 142 31 6.7 -3.0 1.8 1.5 1.5 .0 17 0 ,7 .2 .0 ,3 .48 20 17 10 0 2 303820N0862418.2 10-18-60 142 21 6.1 -2.2 .4 .2 1.6 .0 6 0 .8 3.5 .0 .6 ,13 13 12 2 0 4 30384380863311.1 08-25-65 145 13 6.3 -6.7 1.0 .2 1.0 .0 3 0 .4 1.5 .1 .0 .18 8 11 4 0 10 303843N0863311.2 03-24-59 146 16 6.3 72 10 .6 .1 .8 .2 0 0 .0 3.0 .0 .3 .43 16 18 2 0 3 303843N0863311.2 08-18-60 146 19 6.3 -4.5 .6 .9 1.8 .0 6 0 .2 1.0 .0 .3 .05 14 12 5 0 1 303843N0864417,1 10-18-60 148 22 6.3 -8.1 .8 .0 1.3 .2 8 0 .4 2.0 .1 .1 .30 25 17 2 0 4 304040N0863416.2 08-18-60 150 18 6.5 -4.6 1.6 .5 .9 .1 6 0 .0 1.1 .1 .8 .50 21 13 6 1 0 304040H0863415.2 10-18-60 150 14 5.9 -4.2 .4 .1 1.4 .5 4 0 .4 1.5 .1 .8 .27 17 11 2 0 2 304040N0863410.2 09-13-02 150 15 6.0 72 4.4 .4 .2 1.9 .5' 4 0 ,0 3.8 .1 .0 .01 1 13 2 0 3 304040N0863415.2 07 65 180 11 6.3 -3.6 .2 .2 ...6 4 0 .0 1. .0 .1 .0 16 9 2 0 0 SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLORIDAN AQUIFER 802329N0864809.1 01-17-61 1 1280 8.1 70 13 6.4 4.3 278 9.4 292 0 15 286 2.0 3.3 0.06 718 731 34 0 7 302329N0884809.1 09-28-62 1 1310 7.9 -13 7.2 4.4 276 10 266 0 17 270 1.5 1.3 .05 748 730 38 0 5 302329NB064809,1 10-12-64 1 1300 7.9 70 13 4.0 7.8 270 9.8 280 0 16 278 2.0 6.0 .11 784 772 42 0 5 302329N0864809,1 10-06-66 1 1300 8.0 70 13 6.2 4.3 278 9.9 280 0 20 278 2.0 4.2 .09 736 751 33 0 8 302329N0864809.1 11-29-07 1 1300 8.0 79 14 9.2 4.6 270 9,3 264 0 1 29 1.6 1.0 .50 764 758 46 0 0 0 302330N0864820.1 02-02-59 2 1380 8.1 -13 14 3.6 265 8e. 270 0 .6 292 1.9 .8 1.0 762 737 50 0 5 30233090864820.1 08-23-60 2 1360 8.0 -13 7.2 5.8 272 8.9 206 0 14 288 1.7 1.5 .13 750 743 42 0 5 302330N0804820.1 09-12-60 2 1350 8.1 70 13 8.0 5.4 264 9.4 266 0 10 285 1.7 3,. .05 742 731 42 0 7 30230088660021.1 07-28-68 3 800 8.5 72 7.2 3.7 2.0 180 68 256 12 .0 135 1.8 .0 .18 466 474 17 0 0 30230608605021.1 00-13-60 3 872 8.2 -9.3 2.9 2.1 180 7 4 277 0 .2 139 1.6 .1 .18 470 480 16 0 0 30230BN0695021.1 06-01-07 3 840 8.3 -7.8 3.7 1.8 178 7.8 264 4 .0 142 1.6 .0 .43 472 476 18 0 0 tJI w

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Table 7, Chemtlol Analyaos and Temperaturas of Oround Waters ti OkaLooao County and adjmaont areas--Continued Speoliio .Ol.olved HArd.oo. Dates f rconductTemMarPoCarTotal *oled Hardu P11 or 1,or Ind I Well 1of ence ianoe per. I tl Cal. noSodium taBloarbonsulfate ChloFluoNIroAn onColnumber oollonumber (Maro. pH tur (810l) alum slu (Na) alus boate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Rialdue Cal. Calluam, caror tion mboa (') (Ca) (Mg) (K) (0)(C) (l)CO, ( (F) (NO,) at ou. ugnsbon. at 35'C) I80'C latod lium at SANTA ROSA COUNTY--Continued SAND ANU ORAVEL AQUIFER 302308N0865051,1 10-03-60 4 61 6.4 78 4.2 3.8 0.4 4.0 0.2 19 0 .4 8,0 0.1 .2 0,44 a5 35 11 0 o6 302308N0865051.1 07-28-65 4 52 6.7 72 1,5 2,2 ,6 4.0 .2 10 0 .4 8.8 .1 .3 1.5 12 24 8 0 0 302308N0805051.2 07-28-65 5 52 6,8 72 5.7 4.0 ,5 3.1 .2 18 0 ,4 5,8 ,0 .0 ,65 22 30 14 0 0 302654N0865359,1 02-05-59 6 20 5,7 -8.8 .4 .2 2.7 .0 4 0 .6 3,5 .0 ,1 ,02 19 18 2 0 3 302864N0866359.1 08-18-60 6 22 5.7 -8.0 .8 .2 2, .0 4 0 1,2 2.8 .1 .0 .19 15 1i 3 0 a 302654N0885359.3 08-25-65 7 158 .7 -8.5 10 .3 2.0 ,1 4 0 .1 3.5 .1 .0 .38 22 18 4 0 5 3031160868410.1 08-25-65 8 13 6.2 -6.2 1.7 .2 1.4 .2 4 0 .8 2.0 .0 .0 .05 10 15 2 0 0 303116N0865410.2 02-05-59 0 15 5.8 -4.9 .4 1 1,7 .2 4 0 .2 3.2 .1 .9 .37 11 14 2 0 5 303118N0865410.1 07-05-61 8 63 4.0 72 2.4 .6 .1 1, .0 0 0 .0 7.2 .0 .0 .37 1 12 2 2 5 303209N0864837.1 10-06-49 10 25 6.4 -6.7 1.7 .5 B4.0 -7 0 1.6 5.2 .0 .2 .76 21 23 6 0 2 303209N0864837.1 05-15-50 10 25 5.9 89 6.1 1.8 .3 53.0 -5 0 1.6 4.5 .0 .2 1. 21 20 6 0 3 303209N0884837.1 07-30-51 10 20 8.7 68 6.2 .8 .5 2.5 -3 0 1,1 3.8 .1 .3 .20 17 17 4 0 2 303209N0864837.1 11-03-52 10 17 5.7 70 6.7 ,5 .4 2,2 -2 0 1.4 3.2 .0 .2 .18 18 16 3 1 1 303209N0864837, 08-20-53 10 18 6.0 -5.7 .2 .4 B3.1 -4 0 1.2 3.0 .0 .2 .03 15 16 2 0 2 303209N0864837.1 11-32-54 10 18 *5.6 70 6,5 4 .2 84.3 -3 0 3.5 3.5 .1 1.2 .03 11 20 2 0 5 303209N0804837.1 05-29-57 10 17 5.7 72 6.8 .4 .2 1.9 .0 4 0 .2 3,2 .1 .1 .07 1 15 2 0 3 30320910804837.1 02-04-59 10 18 8.2 -7.0 ,8 .2 .2.2 .0 8 0 .2 22, .0 ,2 .37 13 16 2 0 3 303209N0864837.1 08-18-60 10 16 57 -5.3 1.4 .4 2.2 .0 3 0 .2 2.5 .0 .6 1.4 17 14 5 2 1 303209N0864837.1 08-23-65 10 28 5.0 72 7.3 .6 .2 3.4 .4 2 0 .4 4.5 .0 .1 .13 20 18 1 0 30321610884830.1 10-06-49 11 20 5.7 -7.9 10 .5 4.2 -8 0 1 .3,5 .0 .2 .05 19 23 5 0 2 303216N0864830.1 05-18-50 11 22 5.9 72 6,9 1,2 .5 82.3 -4 0 1.6 3,5 .0 .2 1. 19 18 5 0 1 303216N0864830.1 07-30-51 11 24 5.9 68 7.6 .8 .3 B.6 -4 0 1.7 3.9 .1 .3 .19 20 20 3 0 3 303216N0884830.1 11-03-52 11 28 6.1 70 8.2 .8 .4 82.5 -3 0 1.4 3.6 .0 .2 .64 19 19 4 1 3 303216N0864830.1 08-20-53 11 20 6.0 -7.1 .4 .5 3.9 -4 0 15 3.4 .0 .3 .03 18 18 3 0 2 303216N0864830.1 11-22-84 11 19 5.9 70 6.6 ,8 .1 4.1 -4 0 2.5 3.5 ..3 .30 19 20 2 0 6 30321610864830.1 05-29-57 11 19 5.9 72 7.5 .8 .1 1.9 .0 4 0 1.0 2.8 .1 .3 .11 16 16 3 0 3 30321N0884830.1 02-04-59 11 16 5.8 -9.7 .8 0 1,8 .2 4 0 .2 3.2 .1 .9 .02 35 19 2 0 3 3032610864830.1 08-18-60 11 18 6,2 -10 .8 ,6 1. .0 5 0 .5 2.2 .0 .3 ,04 24 19 4 0 2 30321610864830.1 08-23-65 11 29 6,9 72 7.1 3,5 .3 1. .3 14 0 .4 3,5 .0 .1 .03 24 23 10 0 0 303216N0864830.1 06-16-66 11 17 5.4 -6.3 .3 .3 1.7 .2 3 0 .4 2.2 .1 .0 ,00 22 13 2 0 0 S Calaulated Na plus K, reported as NS,

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Table 7. Chemical Analysee and Temperatures of Ground Watere in Okaloosa County and adjacent aran--Continued specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferoodutTeMagPoCarTotal Diol d Hd Well of ance ance perSilica CalneSodium tasBicarbonSulfate ChloFlueNiiron onColnumber oolleonumber (micropH ature (SiOx) ium sium (Na) liun bonate ate (80s) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion mhos (IF) (Ca) (Mg) (K) (HCO) (COO) (0C) (P) (NO3) at ouagmnebont 2C) 180'C lated siu ate SANTA ROSA COUNTY--Continued SAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER--Continued 303216N0864830.1 05-29-87 11 15 5.2 -7.2 0.1 0. 2 1. 0.1 1 0 0.0 3.2 0.1 0. 0 0.10 8 13 2 0 0 303504N0863148.1 08-30-51 12 23 6.6 -10 .2 2.0o 1.0 3 j 0 4.0 1.5 .0 .0 .49 30 21 2 0 0 WALTON COUNTY FLORIDAN AQUIFER 301827No080o34.2 04-02-85 2 510 8.4 -20 35 2 16 5.2 240 8 0.0 1 0.4 1.4 -239 192 0 -301827N0860534,2 04-01-65 2 520 7.9 76 18 35 25 18 .2 252 0 .0 20 .4 .5 --24 192 0 0 301945N086028.1 07-07-68 3 902 7.8 -15 39 26 106 3.7 198 0 19 182 .5 .1 -52 494 210 0 0 301946N0880057.1 06-13-63 4 1120 8.0 77 ---------.4 -----30205880861432.1 06-19-68 5 276 7.6 74 14 41 6,7 6.2 .7 162 0 .0 16 .2 .1 -172 161 132 7 0 302117N0860528.1 05-13-63 6 342 8.0 72 7.3 28 14 24 2.0 140 0 8.4 35 .4 .0 -14 188 128 14 10 302102N0861424.1 07-07-83 7 320 7.8 -17 33 14 12 1.6 146 0 .0 34 .4 .0 -217 184 140 20 5 302111N0861434.1 05-13-63 8 304 8.2 72 --------.1 ------. 302214NOS00652.1 06-19-68 9 902 7.7 74 11 24 18 128 4.0 124 0 17 215 .5 .0 -580 485 135 34 0 302229N0861544.1 07-07-68 10 1480 7.7 -14 27 24 246 8.6 164 0 07 362 1.3 1.2 -850 842 178 43 0 302229N0861544.1 05-13-63 10 1660 8.2 75 ---------1.5 ----7 1--1. 302231N0862143.1 07-07-68 11 300 7,7 77 12 21 15 19 3.8 146 0 18 10 .5 .1 -16 174 116 0 0 302357N0881007.1 05-13-63 12 1920 8.2 76 ---------.6 ------303041N0862037.1 08-23-65 13 230 7.4 72 13 20 11 7.9 2.7 132 0 8.4 2.0 .2 .0 0.37 116 130 95 0 0 303049N0862037.1 06-16-66 13 232 7,4 -15 21 11 8.2 2.7 132 0 7.6 1.0 .2 .0 .64 150 132 98 0 0 303049N0862037.1 08-25-67 13 235 7.3 -13 21 11 8.4 2.8 130 0 7.0 3.5 .3 .0 .49 130 132 98 0 0 303103N0862010.1 08-23-60 17 237 8.2 -14 23 12 8.0 2.4 143 0 7.5 1.0 .3 .3 .17 137 139 107 0 1 303103N0862010.1 07-18-61 17 236 7.9 72 15 22 13 8.3 2.8 144 0 0.0 3.0 .3 .0 .36 141 141 10 0 0 303103N8O82010.1 09-11-62 17 232 8.0 72 15 24 11 8.2 2,7 138 0 8.0 2.5 .3 .0 .03 181 140 105 0 3 303103N0862010.1 07-12-63 17 220 7.7 72 13 22 12 7.3 2.9 140 0 7.6 3.0 .3 .0 1.1 138 137 106 0 5 303103N0862010.2 08-24-65 18 220 7.5 -14 22 12 8.0 3.0 138 0 8.8 5.0 .2 .0 .08 134 141 104 0 0 303103N0862010.2 06-16-66 18 235 7.5 -18 21 12 1.6 2,8 136 0 7.2 3.0 .2 .0 ,11 154 130 102 0 0 3031030N862010.2 05-25-67 18 240 7.4 -14 23 12 7.6 2.9 140 0 7.6 3.0 .2 .0 1.1 131 140 108 0 0 303443N0861939.1 08-23-60 19 232 7.5 -15 24 11 9.8 3.1 138 0 7.7 6.0 .3 .5 .05 135 145 105 0 3 303443N0861939.1 07-18-61 19 236 7.9 72 13 22 12 10 3.0 138 0 8.4 2.2 .2 .1 .19 146 139 104 0 3

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Table 7. Chemical Analyeo aond Teperiatures of OQrowd Waters in Oksloole County an4 adjacent are.s--Continued Date Referuot*a D rolvd Hardness Date not 4TemNagFoCar. Total --lU ot Men m0M per.I alita l no(sodium ta Bleamr. boanulfItoI ChloFluo-iirnonColnumber coleonumber miopH r atir ,) alum lum (N" ) ium baonate o (a30) rid, ride trate (Fre) Reidue Cal Calcium, cror tion aha. I (C) (cA) ()) ( ) ( ) (Cl) () (NO() at amagn banat 25C) 180'C lated ilum ate WALTON COUNTY--Continued FORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued S303443N081930.1 07.13-63 19 220 7,9 71 14 21 11 9,4 2.9 136 0 7.0 3,0 0.3 0,0 0.22 184 137 100 0 5 303443N080193901 08-31-65 1 2380 7,7 -143 29 1 9.3 2.9 138 0 8,0 4,0 .2 .1 .3 130 138 100 0 0 303441N0881939.1 00-61-60 19 238 7.4 -14 21 11 9,3 310 140 0 7.2 3.0 .1 .0 .13 116 138 BE 0 0 303443N0881939.1 05-23-67 19 940 7.4 -13 21 11 9.6 2.9 135 0 7.2 3.0 .3 .0 .27 130 135 96 0 304044N0862116.1 10-06-49 28 251 7.7 -16 37 15 84., 150 0 11 3.0 .1 .0 11 134 151 1 29 1 3 3040445086116.1 05-16-0 28 251 8,1 72 11 27 14 4, -145 0 8.5 4.0 .1 .1 .94 139 142 125 6 3 304044N0816116.1 07-30-51 28 28 9 7,3 as 15 28 15 3.1 -146 0 10 5.5 .2 .0 ,o4 141 149 132 12 3 30404410862116.1 11-03-52 28 251 8,0 70 16 27 1 6 -147 0 9.3 3.0 .1 .0 .11 138 148 129 9 5 304044N08e6116.1 08-20-53 28 254 8.1 -14 25 14 58,4 149 0 9.6 4,0 .1 .0 .10 144 148 130 0 9 304044N0862116.1 11-18-54 28 248 7.9 70 15 25 1 35 8,4 141 0 10 3.5 .2 .0 .,0 135 148 124 a2 3040440862116.1 05-24-57 28 244 7. 71 10 4 14 4. 1.8 145 0 8.2 2,5 .1 ,1 .1 137 142 118 0 3 304044N0862116.1 02-05-59 28 49 7.9 16 29 12 4.0 1,0 150 0 8.0 3.0 .1 .1 ,04 141 147 122 0 3 30404400802116.1 08-1.-60 8 251 8,0 : 18 24 16 4.0 1,8 152 0 8.2 2.0 .1 .8 145 149 1l26 2 304044N0862116.1 07-05-61 28 219 7.9 72 13 24 9.1 7,3 21 132 0 4.4 3,0 .4 .0 189 1 127 96 O 0 300444N0802116.1 09-06-62 28 248 8,0 72 17 26 14 4.7 1.5 14 0 7.0 2.5 .0 .01 146 147 122 1 3 304044N086211.1 07-10-93 98 200 7,6 68 10 19 11 8.4 2.1 126 0 3.6 2.0 ,4 0 .16 114 118 94 o0 304044N0862116.1 18-14-6 28 250 7.9 -15 7 14 3.8 210 15 0 8,8 25 .1 .0 .,0 130 147 112 2 0 3040441.862116.1 06.16-68 28 142 7.8 -16 26 15 4.1 1.9 165 0 7.6 3.0 ,1 ,0 ,11 162 149 126 2 0 304044N0862116.1 05-25-67 98 251 7.7 15 25 14 3.9 1. 148 0 8,0 3.0 ,2 .0 .25 135 144 120 0 0 304055N0862114.1 0-06-49 29 46 7 -1 127 14 2B54 -148 0 11 2.5 .1 .0 .08 134 149 125 4 1 3040N98086289114.1 05-16-50 29 190 7.8 71 6,7 15 11 6, 103 0 7.4 3.0 .2 .2 .40 100 101 83 0 3 30405580862114.1 07-30-51 29 251 7,3 69 16 26 14 5s,' -147 0 9.1 3.2 .0 .3 .18 138 146 121 2 3 304055N08a2114.1 11-03-52 29 249 7.7 69 15 26 14 5'2 146 0 10 2.5 .0 .1 ,18 138 145 122 3 2 304055N0862114.1 08-20-53 29 251 8.2 -14 4 15 56.4 -146 0 9.5 4 .1 .0 .05 142 145 122 2 2 3040NBB062114.1 11-17-54 29 181 6.1 70 12 17 9,9 38,0 -. 107 0 7.6 3.0 ,2 .3 .26 10 1 Il 83 0 7 3040550N862114.1 05-24-57 29 247 7.9 72 18 20 13 4.4 1.7 145 0 10 2.5 .2 .0 .09 153 147 118 0 3 304055N0862114.1 02-015-50 9 245 7.8 -15 29 12 3.8 1.4 148 0 8.8 2,0 .-139 145 122 0 4 304055N0882114.1 08-18-60 29 21 8,0 2-s 14 4.2 1.4 149 0 7,5 4.0 ..1 .66 149 148 130 8 0 304055N0882114.1 07-05-81 29 247 8.1 72 14 36 13 4,2 2.0 148 0 9,1 2.0 .1 .0 .21 148 144 11 0 4 304055N0862114.1 09-13-62 29 243 7.9 72 15 26 13 4.9 1.9 144 0 7,1 3,0 .1 .1 .1 157 142 118 0 2 B Calaulated Na plus i, reported as Na.

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Table 7. Chemical Analyses and Temperatures of Ground Waters in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--Continued Specific Dissolved Hardness Date ReferconductTemMagPoCarTotal solid Well of once ance perSilia Cal neSodium tasBicarbonSulfate ChloFluoNiiron NonColnumber oollecnumber (micropH ature (siol) oium slum (Na) sium bonate ate (804) ride ride trate (Fe) Residue CalCalcium, caror tion hos (F) (C) (M) () C) (HCOI) (CO,) (Cl) (F) (NOg) at oumagnebonat 25'C) 'C lated sium ate WALTON COUNTY--Continued FLORIDAN AQUIFER--Continued 304055NOB6214.1 07-10-63 29 240 7.9 68 15 26 16 3.6 1.8 148 0 9.2 3.0 0.0 0.0 o,0 156 147 128 6 5 304055N0B62114.1 08-24-65 29 250 7.7 -14 24 12 5.1 1.7 144 0 8,8 2.0 .1 .0 .05 118 138 110 0 0 304055N0862114.1 06-16-66 29 240 7.6 -15 25 14 4.3 1.8 146 0 6.8 2.0 .2 .0 .11 160 141 120 0 0 304358N081208.1 07-04-68 32 180 7.8 72 21 24 4.4 6.3 1.6 100 0 8,0 6.5 .2 .1 -122 121 78 0 0 304643N0861830.1 07-04-68 37 238 7.8 -14 26 1 2.0 1.3 145 0 8.0 3.5 .2 .1 -138 141 126 a 0 305110N0861648.1 07-04-68 41 210 7,8 -16 27 8.6 2.0 1.2 124 0 8.0 3.5 .2 .0 -126 126 103 2 0 305336N0862154.1 07-04-68 42 220 7.7 76 11 26 12 1.8 .4 132 0 10 2.5 .2 .1 -130 129 114 6 0 305804N0861809.1 07-04-68 46 210 7.8 -8,7 21 14 1.8 .3 135 0 4.0 2.5 .2 .0 -11 120 110 0 0 BAND AND GRAVEL AQUIFER 303049N0862037.2 02-03-59 14 37 6.5 -.61 3.4 0,2 1.8 0.2 13 0 2.0 5.0 0.0 0.8 0.25 25 25 10 0 2 303049N0862037.2 08-23-60 14 38 6. -4.4 4,0 .7 2.9 .0 12 0 2.2 3.2 .1 .3 .32 32 24 13 3 1 303020N086140814 8-23-68 15 13 6.3 72 3.4 .2 .2 1.6 .4 2 0 .8 2.0 .0 .0 .07 6 10 2 0 0 303144N0861922.1 08-24-65 16 16 6.4 -2.3 1.2 .4 1.2 .3 4 0 ,4 2.0 .0 .2 .26 6 11 4 1 0 303450N0861918.0181 07-18-61 20 27 6,9 72 4.2 .6 .1 1.4 .0 12 0 .4 1.0 .0 .0 2.1 26 14 2 0 1 303943N0861702.1 08-26-86 21 13 6.9 -77 .6 .2 .8 1.4 6 0 ,4 1,0 .0 .1 .06 22 16 2 0 0 303943N0861702.2 02-06-59 22 62 5.9 -6.7 1.8 1.2 7.5 .3 4 0 .0 6.0 .0 20 .07 80 45 10 6 3 303943N0861702.2 08-18-60 22 76 6.3 -7,1 2.6 2.1 8..0 .3 6 0 .2 5.8 .1 20 .07 52 49 15 10 0 303948N0862057.1 11-08-60 23 28 6.0 -566 .6 .6 .8 .0 13 0 ,8 2.0 .1 .2 .22 32 17 4 0 a 303946N0862057.1 08-31-60 23 24 6.5 -4.8 .2 .2 1.0 ,0 8 0 .0 2.2 .0 .0 .79 8 12 4 0 0 303952N0862027.1 10-12-60 24 22 6.3 -.9 1.4 .4 .8 ,0 10 0 .4 1.5 .0 .1 .36 19 11 0 4 304006N0802030.1 08-30-65 25 18 6.6 -9.3 .3 ,3 1,1 .5 6 0 .4 1.8 .0 .1 .20 22 17 2 0 0 304023N0862038.1 11-08-60 27 14 5.6 -5.2 .4 .2 1.0 .2 4 0 .4 .8 .1 .6 .17 16 11 2 0 10 304023N0862038.1 08-30-65 27 23 6.5 -" 61 .6 1.0 1.7 .2 6 0 .8 .0 .0 2.2 .76 10 15 6 0 0 304101N0861902.1 10-12-6 0 30 118 7.1 -40 13 1.8 8.6 2.4 68 0 .4 4.0 .1 .2 .10 69 68 40 0 4 304101N0861902.1 08-31-66 30 160 7.7 -22 18 6.7 6.0 2.1 96 0 4,4 2.5 .1 .1 .11 110 108 68 0 0 304120N0861952.1 08-30-68 31 225 8.0 -1 26 11 3.5 2.3 141 0 6.0 2.0 .1 .0 .30 16I 125 108 0 0 304440N0861851.1 01-11-68 33 46 6.7 63 11 3.4 .8 2.1 1.1 15 0 5.6 2.0 .1 .0 .01 31 34 12 0 5 304443N0861829.1 07-04-68 34 19 8.4 -.01 .1 .1 1.0 1.3 6 0 .0 1.s .2 .0 -14 1 0 0 0 SHALLOW ARTESIAN AQUIFER 301827NB6034.1 03-31-65 1 22000 7.7 73 13 188 152 14280 170 200 0 938 730 0.6 16 3900 2630 2470 10 (SI

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58 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 12. W-2537. Florida State Road Department, Ft. Walton, Wayside Park, Fla. Elevation 12 ft. Drilled by Gray Artesian Well Company, 1951. Logged by driller.* Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, white, fine 20 20 Sand, white, medium 20 40 Sand, cream, fine to coarse 100 140 Sand, black; fragments of wood 20 160 Sand, cream, fine to coarse 20 180 Sand; shell fragments; clay 40 220 Clay; sand 60 280 Clay; sand; fossil fragments 60 340 Clay; sand; fogsil fragments; gravel 130 470 Limestone, cream, porous 20 490 Limestone, cream, chalky 140 630 Limestone, light brown, hard 103 743 Casing: 5-in to 479 ft; open hole from 479 to 743 ft. *Note: Detailed paleontology of geology available from Bureau of Geology.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 59 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 16. W-8886. Okaloosa Island Authority, Okaloosa County, Fla. Elevation 8 feet. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1967. Tentative stratigraphic assignments by J. B. Foster. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) HOLOCENE BEACH DEPOSITS Sand, white, fine to medium, frosted; 20 20 few phosphorite grains TERRACE DEPOSITS AND MIOCENE COARSE CIASTICS UNDIFFERENTIATED Sand, white to tan, very fine to medium, 23 43 frosted, grains stained tan Same as above; shell fragments 22 65 Sand, white to light gray, very fine to 23 88 coarse, cemented by 10% white clay Sand, light gray, fine to coarse, partly 45 133 cemented by 5% white clay; shell fragments; foraminifera Sand, gray, fine to coarse; 10% gray clay; 22 155 shell; foraminifera; phosphorite Sand, gray to black, very fine to very 113 268 coarse, 10% clay; fine black phosphorite sand; shell; foraminifera Sand, light gray to brown, fine to very 112 380 coarse, 15% clay; abundant brown phosphorite sand; some black phosphorite sand LOWER MEMBER OF PENSACOLA CLAY Sand, light gray to brown, fine to very 22 402 coarse, 407 clay; foraminifera

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60 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 16--continued. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Clay, gray; sand; brown phosphorite; shell; foraminifera 45 447 Clay, gray; shell; some sand, very coarse to granule; limestone fragments 45 492 CHICKASAWHAY LIMESTONE AND TAMPA FORMATION UNDIFFERENTIATED Limestone, white to light gray, fine crystalline; some sand; shell; foraminifera 23 515 Limestone, white, fine crystalline; less sand; shell; foraminifera; some black phosphorite 22 537 Limestone, white, fine chalky; shell; foraminifera 24 561 Limestone, white, crystalline; shell; foraminifera 24 585 Limestone, light gray; sand, very fine to very coarse; black phosphorite; magnetite grains; shell; foraminifera 17 602 Limestone, light gray, granular; some sand; foraminifera; some black phosphorite 16 618 Limestone, tan to cream, granular; shell; foraminifera 30 646 Limestone, tan to brown, dolomitic crystalline; foraminifera, Sorites sp. 26 674 Limestone, white to cream, granular, slightly dolomitic; foraminifera; magnetite grains 17 691 Limestone, white to cream, very fine grained; few shells; foraminifera 22 713

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 61 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 16--continued. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Limestone, white, chalky; black phosphorite grains 25 738 Limestone, white to cream, granular; calcite fragments; shell 19 757 Limestone, white to cream, finely crystalline 9 766 Limestone, white to cream, granular; foraminifera; shell 17 783 Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera; shell; few sand grains 18 801 Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera; shell; 20% sand 5 806 Limestone, tan, granular; foraminifera; shell; few sand grains 10 816 Limestone, tan, granular, foraminifera; shell, no sand 6 822 Limestone, white to cream, finely crystalline; shell; foraminifera 28 850 Limestone, grayish-white, crystalline; shell; foraminifera; black phosphorite inclusions in shell tests 28 874 Casing: 12-in to 535 ft; open hole from 535 to 874 ft.

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62 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 19. W-1018. Eglin Air Force Base, Site A-10. Elevation 12 ft. Drilled by Gray Artesian Well Company, 1946. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, brown, medium 10 10 Sand, brown, medium 30 40 Sand, gray, medium 10 50 Sand, brown, medium 10 60 Sand, white, fine 10 70 Sand, brown, coarse 10 80 Sand, tan, coarse 10 90 Sand, white 85 170 Sand, white, fine 70 240 Sand 40 280 Sand, white, fine to coarse 20 300 Sand; gray marl 35 335 Sand, fine; marl, gray 55 390 Sand, fine; gravel 10 400 Sand, medium to fine 35 435 Sand, white, fine 10 445 Sand, white, coarse 15 460 Sand, fine 10 470 No sample 120 590

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 63 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 19--continued. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Limestone, cream to gray, dense 30 620 Limestone, greenish gray, dense 60 680 Limestone, cream to dark brown, porous 10 690 Limestone, greenish gray to cream, dense 40 730 Limestone, cream to brown, porous 60 790 Casing: 8-in to 592 ft; open hole from 592 to 834 ft.

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64 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 27. W-4828. Town of Mary Ester, Fla. Elevation 24 ft. Drilled by Acme Drilling Company, 1958. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, orange, medium to coarse 10 10 Sand, gray, medium to coarse 30 40 Sand, gray, fine to medium 10 50 Sand, gray, fine to coarse 80 130 Sand, gray; clay, white 20 150 Sand, fine to coarse 20 170 Sand, gray, fine to coarse 20 190 Sand, gray, fine to medium 60 250 Sand, coarse; clay, orange 200 450 Sand, brown, fine to coarse 50 500 Limestone, brown, porous 10 510 Limestone, orange, slight porosity 10 520 Limestone, orange, soft 60 580 Limestone, white, hard 206 786 Casing: 10-in to 570 ft: open hole from 570 to 786 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 65 Table 8. Logs of selected wells-in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 29. W-249. Eglin Air Force Base, Field 1. Elevation 238 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, medium to coarse; clay, yellow 50 50 Sand, coarse; clay, yellow 95 145 Sand, medium, gray 182 327 Limestone, brown, hard 110 437 Limestone, light cream, porous 193 630 Casing: 10-in to 323 ft: open hole from 327 to 630 ft.

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66 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wella in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well refeience number 36. W-3391. City of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Elevation 19 ft. Drilled by A. W. Williams Inspection Company, 1954. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand 38 38 Sand, black, fine; humate 1 39 Sand 79 118 Clay, green; sand 260 378 Shale, blue, firm 108 486 Limestone, hard 352 838 Shale 1 839 Casing: 24-in to 120 ft, 16-in to 614 ft; open hole from 614 to 839 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 67 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 43. W-4257. City of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Elevation 38 ft. Drilled by LayneCentral Company, 1957. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, white, medium 21 21 Sand, tan, medium to coarse 42 64 Sand, white to tan, coarse to medium 21 85 Sand,.white to tan, fine to medium 63 148 Sand, tan, medium to fine 21 169 Sand, tan, medium to coarse 43 212 Sand, tan to gray, medium 21 233 Sand, gray, very fine to fine 149 382 Sand, gray to tan, very fine to fine 85 467 Limestone, tan to gray; sand, very fine 51 518 to fine Limestone, tan to gray; sand, fine to 31 549 medium Limestone, cream, very fine to fine, 34 583 chalky Limestone, gray, very fine to fine, 20 603 chalky Limestone, cream, very fine to fine, 66 669 chalky Limestone, gray to tan, coarse to very 22 691 coarse Limestone, tan to gray, very coarse 44 735 Casing: 16-in to 548 ft; open.hole from 548 to 735 ft.

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68 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 55. W-828. Okaloosa County Water and Sewer Systems, Shalimar, Fla. Elevation 6 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1944. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, gray to white, medium to 20 20 coarse Sand, white, medium 40 60 Sand, white, medium to fine 20 80 Sand, gray, medium 40 120 Sand, gray, fine to medium 186 306 Limestone, gray, medium to coarse 52 358 Limestone, light gray, fine to 132 490 coarse Limestone, white, medium to coarse 63 553 Limestone, white, large 37 590 Limestone, white, medium to large, hard 15 605

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 69 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 84. W-8885. U.S. Geological Survey, Tallahassee, Fla. Elevation 58 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1966. Tentative stratigraphic assignments by J. B. Foster. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) TERRACE DEPOSITS, CITRONELLE FORMATION AND MIOCENE COARSE CLASTICS UNDIFFERENTIATED Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 38 38 organic stain, frosted Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 62 100 dark organic stain Sand, white to tan, fine to coarse, 22 122 frosted Sand, white to brown, very fine to 23 145 medium, frosted; black phosphorite grains Sand, white to light gray, very fine to 16 161 coarse; mica flakes, black phosphorite; some organic cementing material Sand, light gray, very fine to medium, 52 213 some coarse grains, frosted; gray clay cementing grains; mica Sand, light gray, very fine to medium, 44 257 some coarse grains; some gray clay cementing grains; heavy mineral grains Sand, light gray, very fine to fine, some 68 325 coarse grains; some clay cementing grains; mica; heavy mineral grains Sand, light gray, very fine to very coarse, 23 348 frosted; gray clay; some orange stained sand; mica; black phosphorite

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70 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference:number 84. W-8885 (continued). Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, light gray, very fine to medium; 32 380 gray clay; mica; shell; foraminifera; some black phosphorite Sand, light gray, fine to very coarse, 90 470 frosted; gray clay; shell; mica Sand, light gray, very fine to coarse; 22 492 gray clay; limestone; black phosphorite; mica CHICKASAWHAY LIMESTONE AND TAMPA FORMATION UNDIFFERENTIATED Limestone, light gray, granular; sand; 16 508 mica; black phosphorite; foraminifera Limestone, light gray to tan, granular; 38 546 few sand grains; foraminifera Limestone, cream to beige, granular; 35 581 sand; magnetite fragments; foraminifera; shell Limestone, light gray, fine grained; 29 610 sand; black phosphorite; shell; foraminifera Limestone, light gray to beige, granular; 18 628 shell; foraminifera; black phosphorite; few sand grains Limestone, white to beige, granular; 14 642 fragments brown crystalline dolomitic limestone; foraminifera; few sand grains Limestone, white to cream, fine grained; 28 670 few foraminifera; some black phosphorite

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 71 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 84. W-8885 (continued). Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Limestone, cream to beige, granular; 10 680 foraminifera; fossil tests filled with phosphorite and or glauconite Limestone, white, massive; fossil casts 55 735 Limestone, white to light gray; fine 49 784 granular; abundant foraminifera casts; shell Limestone, white to light gray; light 5 789 gray crystalline dolomitic limestone; foraminifera casts Limestone, white to brownish gray, 20 809 crystalline; brownish-gray crystalline dolomitic limestone; few foraminifera casts Limestone, white to gray; fine crystal30 839 line; shell; gray phosphorite Limestone, light gray, fine; shell; 15 854 foraminifera Limestone, light gray, fine grained; 4 858 gray clay; shell; foraminifera TOP OF BUCATONNA CLAY MEMBER OF THE BYRAM FORMATION Casing: 10-in to 503 ft; open hole from 503 to 858 ft.

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72 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 105. W-3198. Eglin Air Force Base, Incendiary Chemical Area. Elevation 69 ft. Drilled by L. M. Gray, 1954. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, clear, fine to coarse 16 16 Sand, cream, medium to coarse 20 36 Sand, white, coarse to very coarse 8 46 Sand, white, medium to coarse 10 56 Sand, white, fine to medium 10 66 Sand, white, medium to coarse 20 86 Sand, white, fine to medium 10 96 Sand, white, fine to medium; clay, white 61 157 Casing: 6-in to 76 ft: well screen from 76 to 86 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 73 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 111. W-1774. City of Valparaiso, Fla. Elevation 22 ft. Drilled by Gray Artesian Well Company, 1948. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand 30 30 Sand; clay 40 70 Marl, blue; limestone 238 308 Limestone 236 544 Casing: 8-in to 314 ft; open hole from 314 to 544 ft.

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74 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 115. W-149. Eglin Air Force Base, Field 4. Elevation 87 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, medium; clay, yellow 40 40 Sand, coarse 45 85 Sand, medium; clay, gray 65 150 Sand, coarse; clay 105 255 Sand, coarse 97 352 Sand, coarse; clay, gray 22 374 Limestone, brown, hard 26 400 Limestone 45 445 Limestone 55 500 Sand, dark gray, medium 45 545 Limestone, white, soft 95 640 Casing: 16-in to 76 ft; 10-in to 454 ft; 8-in to 524 ft; open hole from 524 to 640 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 75 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 119. W-2157. City of Niceville, Florida. Elevation 16 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1950. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, clear, fine to medium 51 51 Sand, coarse to fine 69 120 Sand; marl, greenish gray 10 130 Sand, fine to medium; marl 67 197 Sand; marl 53 250 Marl, green; sand 35 285 Marl; sand; limestone 10 295 Limestone, cream, soft 30 325 Limestone, cream to gray, porous 106 431 Limestone, tan, porous 34 465 Casing: 10-inch to 340 ft; open hole 340 to 465 ft.

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76 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 120. W-405. U.S. Forest Service, Jackson Ranger Station. Elevation 59 ft. Drilledi by Gray Artesian Well Company, Florida, 1939. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, coarse 60 60 Sand, fine to medium; clay 20 80 Sand, gray, medium 270 350 Limestone, gray, coarse 70 420 Limestone, gray, fine 42 462 Limestone, gray 21 483 Limestone, brown 17 500 Limestone, brown 24 524 Casing: 6-in to 370 ft; open hole from 370 to 524 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 77 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 126. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 60 ft. Drilled by E. L. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, brown, very coarse 10 10 Sand, cream to white, very coarse; clay 13 23 Casing: 4 in to 18 ft; 5 ft of screen to 23 ft.

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78 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 127. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled by E. L. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, tan to orange; very coarse 5 5 Sand, coarse; gravel, orange 5 10 Sand, very coarse; gravel, cream to tan; 60 80 clay white Casing: 4 in to 75 ft; 5 ft of screen to 80 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 79 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 130. W-142. Eglin Air Force Base, Field 2. Elevation 154 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, coarse; some clay 40 40 Sand, coarse; some clay, gray 65 105 Limestone, brown to gray, porous 105 210 Sand, medium to coarse 40 250 Sand, medium; some clay 170 420 Limestone, gray, porous 15 435 Limestone, light gray, fine, hard 125 560 Sand, gray, medium 25 585 Casing: 10-in to 436 ft; open hole from 436 to 585 ft.

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80 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well referdnce number 132. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 25 ft. Drilled by E. 1. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, tan to brown, fine to coarse 2 2 Gravel; clay, orange to cream 18 30 Casing: 4-in to 15 ft; 5 ft of screen to 20 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 81 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well refetence number 133. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled by E. L. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, tan to white; organic material 3 3 Sand, orange, medium to very coarse; 6 9 clay, orange; gravel, coarse Sand; gravel, tan, coarse; clay, white 30 39 Clay, orange; gravel, coarse 10 49 Clay, gray; sand, very fine 20 69 Casing: 4-in to 33 ft; 5 ft screen to 38 ft.

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82 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 135. W-168. Eglin Air Force Base, Field 5. Elevation 212 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, brown, fine to medium; white 48 48 clay stain on sand particles Sand, white to tan, medium to coarse 65 113 Sand, white, medium; few orange stained 61 174 crystals Sand, gray to white, fine; black phos231 405 phorite grains, shell fragments Sand, gray, fine; phosphorite grains; 123 528 shell fragments; limestone fragments Limestone, white 92 620 Limestone, gray, coarse 10 630 Limestone, white to tan, coarse 50 680 Casing: 10-in to 528 ft; open hole from 528 to 680 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 83 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 138. W-255. Eglin Air Force Base, Field 6. Elevation 160 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, medium to fine 40 40 Sand, medium to fine; clay 20 60 Sand, medium to fine 60 120 Sand, brown, medium 20 140 Sand, white, medium 40 180 Sand, medium 40 220 Sand, brown, coarse to medium 40 260 Sand, greenish-gray, medium 40 300 Sand; marl, blue 40 340 Sand, fine 20 360 Sand, fine to medium 40 400 Sand, fine to coarse 120 520 Limestone, brown, hard 60 580 Limestone, brown, medium hard 20 600 Limestone, brown 20 620 Limestone, light gray 80 700 Limeston6, brown 30 730 Casing: 10-in to 527 ft; open hole from 527 to 730 ft.

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84 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 144. W-254 Eglin Air Force Base, Field 3. Well No. 1. Elevation 221 ft. Drilled by Stevens Southern Company, 1942. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, medium coarse to coarse; clay, 50 50 white Sand, medium coarse to coarse; clay white 90 140 to yellow Sand, brown to gray, medium to coarse 260 400 Sand, brown to gray, medium to coarse; 90 490 shale, gray Shale, gray, fine; limestone, light brown 20 510 to gray Limestone, brown 20 530 Limestone, light brown to gray 20 550 Limestone, brown to dark brown 25 575 Limestone, brown 25 600 Limestone, light brown to cream white 100 700 Limestone, light brown 95 795 Casing: 10-in to-510 ft; open hole from 510 to 795 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 85 Table 8. Logs of selected wells .in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas-.-continued. Report well reference number 154. W-7868. City of Holt, Fla. Elevation 195 ft. Drilled by Spillers Well and Pump Company, 1967 Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand; clay 40 40 Clay, blue 40 80 Sand, pink 65 145 Sand; clay 40 185 Sand; clay, blue 20 205 Sand; clay, blue; shell 60 265 Sand; marl, blue 185 450 Sand; marl, blue; limestone 20 470 Limestone 40 510 Sand, fine 20 530 Sand 25 555 Sand; clay, white 45 570 Limestone, soft 50 620 Limestone 25 645 Casing: 6-in to 540 ft: open hole from 540 to 645 ft.

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86 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 155. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 80 ft. Drilled by E. I. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Clay, orange; sand, fine 10 10 Clay, blue 10 20 Casing: 4 in to 9 ft; 5 ft of screen to 14 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 87 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 156. U.S. Geological Survey. Elevation 110 ft. Drilled by E. L. Thomason, 1966. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Clay, yellow to white; sand, fine 10 10 Clay, yellow to white to blue at 13 ft 5 15 Clay, blue, dense 5 20 Same as above with mica 20 40 Clay, blue 10 50 Clay, blue 15 65 Casing: 4 in to 60 ft; 5 ft of screen to 65 ft.

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88 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wel s in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference n:umber 161. W-8480. City of Crestview, Fla. Elevation 215 ft. Drilled by Layne-Central Company, 1966. Tentative stratigraphic assignments by J. B. Foster. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) TERRACE DEPOSITS AND CITRONELLE FORMATION Sand, tan to orange, very fine to very 42 42 coarse; orange clay staining sand; black phosphorite grains Sand, white to beige, very fine to 23 65 coarse; white and beige clay Sand, white to light gray, fine to very 67 132 coarse; white clac staining grains; black phosphorite grains MIOCENE COARSE CLASTICS Sand, tan to gray, fine to granule; gray 45 177 clayed sand layers; orange and white clay; mica; black heavy material Clay, gray, waxy; sand; shell; mica 68 245 Sand, light gray to tan, very fine to 44 289 coarse; gray clay; shell; mica Limestone, light gray, fine granular; 44 333 sand; shell; clay, gray Sand, light gray to tan, fine to coarse; 91 424 limestone cement; shell Limestone. white to light gray, granular; 8 432 shell; foraminifera; some sand grains; gray phosphoritic shells Limestone, white, fine granular; mica; 6 438 fossil casts Limestone, white to gray, crystalline, 23 461 dolomi tic

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 89 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference Iumber 161. W-8480 (continued). Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Limestone, light gray to beige, 27 488 granular; shell; foraminifera; black phosphorite filling shell tests Lmestone, white to brown, crystalline, 26 514 dolomitic; shell; foraminifera; black phosphorite mestone, brown, crystalline, dolomitic; 90 604 black phosphorite inclusions; few foraminifera Limestone, light gray to beige, fine 32 641 crystalline; few shell; black phosphorite material Limestone, white to light gray, granular; 1 642 abundant forminifera; shell; same gray phosphoritic material Casing: 16-in to 423 ft; open hole 423 to 642 ft.

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90 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected veils in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 162. W-1950. City of Crestview, Florida. Elevation 227 ft. Drilled by Gray Artesian Well Company, 1949. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, orange to red, medium-coarse 10 10 Sand, coarse 10 20 Sand, white, coarse 10 30 Sand, white 20 50 Sand, very coarse; clay, white 10 60 Sand, white, medium 10 70 Sand, medium to coarse 10 80 Sand, white, very coarse 10 90 Sand, white, coarse 20 110 Sand, greenish-gray 40 15 Sand, gray; marl 40 190 Sand 40 230 Sand, fine; gravel 40 270 Sand, fine; marl 40 310 Sand; gravel 110 420 Limestone, cream, porous 20 440 Limestone, cream, soft 10 450 Limestone, cream, soft 154 604 Casing: 10-in to 438 ft; open hole 438 to 604 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCUALR NO. 67 91 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 187. W-5843. City of Laurel Hill. Elevation 279 ft. Drilled by Acme Drilling Company 1961. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand; clay 7 7 Clay, white; sand 28 35 Clay, red 10 45 Sand, white, fine 3 48 Sand; clay, blue 60 108 Sand; clay 17 125 Sand; clay streaks 32 157 Clay, white to gray, soft, sand 72 229 Limestone, hard 11 240 Limestone, hard 13 253 Limestone; clay 20 273 Limestone, brown, hard; clay 12 285 Limestone, brown, medium hard; clay 105 390 streaks Limestone, hard 95 485 Limestone, brown, medium to hard 122 607 Casing: 8-in to 240 ft, 6-in to 438 ft: oven hole from 438 to 607 ft.

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92 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 189. W-4286 (continued). Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Limestone, light gray, medium to fine; 15 370 some foraminifera Limestone, light to dark gray, fine to 80 450 coarse Limestone, light to dark gray, fine to 115 565 coarse; granular; foraminifera Casing: 4-in to 360 ft; open hole 360 to 565 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 93 Table 8. Logs of selected wells in Okaloosa County and adjacent areas--continued. Report well reference number 189. W-4286. Florida Forest Service, Sand Hill Tower. Elevation 270 ft. Drilled by Willis Brown, 1957. Logged by driller. Thickness Depth Materials (feet) (feet) Sand, reddish orange, fine; few 40 40 partially cemented sand grains Sand, red to tan, medium to fine 10 50 Sand, pink to tan, very fine 30 80 Sand, gray, very fine to medium; 20 100 abundant cemented sand particles Sand, gray, very fine to fine; few 10 110 phosphorite grains Sand, gray to tan, fine to medium; 30 140 abundant cemented sand particles Sand, gray to orange, fine to medium; 20 160 few phosphorite grains Sand, tan to white, medium to fine 20 180 Sand, tan to gray, medium to fine 40 220 Clay, gray; abundant shell fragments; 30 250 sand, fine to coarse Clay, tan to gray; sand, white to 40 290 orange, fine to coarse Sand, white to orange, fine to medium 50 340 Limestone, gray, medium to coarse 10 350 Limestone, gray, coarse to medium 5 355

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94 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Table 9. Report Well Reference Number Keyed to Florida Bureau of Geology Well File Number Report Well Florida Bureau of Geology Reference Number Well File Number Okaloosa County 3 W-4692 12 W-2537 16 W-8886 19 W-1018 26 W-2298 27 W-4828 36 W-3391 43 W-4257 44 51 W-5965 55 W-828 59 W-4927 69 W-5736 70 W-4550 74 W-2731 81 W-5872 84 W-8885 87 W-3994 89 W-4510 96 W-2552 105 W-3198 109 W-7389 111 W-1774 115 W-149 119 W-2157 120 W-405 130 W-142 135 W-168 138 W-255 139 W-256 144 W-254 154 W-7868 161 W-8480 162 W-1950 163 W-3550 187 W-5843 189 W-4286 Santa Rosa County 2 WG-124 Walton County 29 W-249 32 W-5520

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 67 95 SELECTED DATA REFERENCES U.S. Geological Survey Water levels and artesian pressures in observation wells in the United States: Annual reports as follows: 1946, Water-Supply Paper 1072; 1947, Water-Supply Paper 1097; 1948, Water-Supply Paper 1127; 1949, Water-Supply Paper 1157; 1950, Water-Supply Paper 1166; 1951, Water-Supply Paper 1192; 1952, Water-Supply Paper 1222; 1953, Water-Supply Paper 1266; 1954, Water-Supply Paper 1322; 1955, Water-Supply Paper 1405. Ground water levels in the United States: Reports as follows: 1956-58, Water-Supply Paper 1538; 1959-63, Water-Supply Paper 1803; 1964-68, Water-Supply Paper (In preparation). Quality of surface waters of the United States: Annual reports as follows: 1958, Water-Supply Paper 1571; 1959, Water-Supply Paper 1641; 1960, Water-Supply Paper 1741; 1961, Water-Supply Paper 1881; 1962, Water-Supply Paper 1941; 1963, Water-Supply Paper 1947; 1964, Water-Supply Paper 1954. 1965, 1966, and 1967 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 2, Water quality records: Water Resources Div. 1968 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 2, Water quality records: Water Resources Div. (in preparation). 1960 and 1.963 Compilation of records of surface waters of the United States through September 1950 and through September 1960; pt. 2-B, South Atlantic Slope and Eastern Gulf of Mexico basins, Ogeechee River to Pearl River: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Papers 1304 and 1724, 399 and 458 p. 1961, 1962, 1963 and 1964 Surface-water records of Florida, Vol. 1, Streams: Water Resources Div. 1965, 1966, and 1967 Water Resources data for Florida, pt. 1, Surface water records, Vol. 1, Streams: Water Resources Div. 1968 Water resources data for Florida, pt. 1, Surface water records, Vol. 1, Streams: Water Resources Div. (in preparation).

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