AGENCIES INVOLVED IN SOME PHASE OF WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OR USE
(This list is illustrative only and is not inclusive.)
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(a) The United States Department of Interior is represented by
the Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Reclamation, and
the Surface Water Branch, the Ground Water Branch (two offices),
and the Quality of Water Branch (Regional Laboratory) of the
iUnited States Geological Survey.
(b) Tie United States Department of Agriculture is represented by
the Agricultural Research Service, the Soil Conservation
Service and the Forest Service.
(c) United States Corps of Engineers.
(a) The Florida Geological Survey.
(b) The Division of Water Survey and Research.
(c) The State Board of Health.
(d) The Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District,
(e) Forest Serviceo
(f) Game and Fresh Water Fish Comsission.
(g) Park Service.
(h) The State Universities. Work at the State universities is con-
centrated for the most part in the College of Agriculture and
the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Florida;
the College of Engineering and the Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station of the University of Florida; and in a few
departments of the two State institutions.
The State Board of Control has recently created at the Univer-
sity of Florida a Bureau of Water Research. Preliminary plan-
ning contemplates an Advisory Council composed of representa-
tives of interested agencies and groups both on and off the
campus. Such a group might, in time, serve a useful function
in reviewing and correlating the work of the many agencies en-
gaged in various aspects of the overall problem.