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Cedar Springs main view
Cedar Springs is a fifth-magnitude spring with a small pool and vent at the base of a large cedar tree with exposed roots. Another sand boil occurs in the run as the spring flows toward the north to the Sulphur Run of Black Water Creek.
Cedar Springs run
Discharge from Cedar Springs was measured at 0.03 cubic feet per second (cfs) by St. Johns River Water Management District in 2005.
Cedar Springs was sampled once by the district in 2005. The water quality data for selected variables are shown in the table below.
Summary statistics of water quality and discharge
at Cedar Springs
|Alkalinity, total, mg/L as CaCO3||122.0||2005|
|Calcium, total, mg/L as Ca||62.0||2005|
|Chloride, total, mg/L as Cl||77.2||2005|
|Magnesium, total, mg/L as Mg||16.5||2005|
|Nitrate + nitrite, total, mg/L as N||0.03||2005|
|Orthophosphate, total, mg/L as P||0.04||2005|
|Phosphorus, total, mg/L as P||0.05||2005|
|Potassium, total, mg/L as K||1.5||2005|
|Sodium, total, mg/L as Na||41.6||2005|
|Specific conductance, field, µmhos/cm at 25°C||645||2005|
|Specific conductance, lab, µmhos/cm at 25°C||658||2005|
|Sulfate, total, mg/L as SO4||86.3||2005|
|Total dissolved solids, mg/L||380||2005|
|Water temperature, °C||22.2||2005|
mg/L = milligrams per liter
cfs = cubic feet per second