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Brooks, H.K. 1961. The submarine spring off Crescent Beach, Florida. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. of Sci. 24(2):122—34.

Davis, J.B. (in review). Aerial thermography survey and seismic reflection profiles from the Silver River, Marion County, Florida. St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Fla.

[DEP] Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 2000. Florida’s springs — strategies for protection and restoration. Tallahassee, Fla.

Ferguson, G.E., C.W. Lingham, S.K. Love, and R.O. Vernon. 1947. Springs of Florida. Bulletin 31. Tallahassee: Florida Bureau of Geology.

Fontes, J.C., and J.M. Garnier. 1979. Determination of the initial 14C activity of the total dissolved carbon: A review of the existing models and a new approach. Water Resources Research 15(2):399—413.

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Kindinger, J.L., J.B. Davis, and J.G. Flocks. 2000. Subsurface characterization of selected water bodies in the St. Johns River Water Management District, northeast Florida. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-180.

Odom, H.T. 1957. Trophic structure and productivity of Silver Springs, Florida. Ecological Monographs, Vol 27, No 1.

Osburn, W., D. Toth, and D. Boniol. 2002. Springs of the St. Johns River Water Management District. Technical Report 2002-5. Palatka, Fla.: St. Johns River Water Management District.

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Robertson, W.D., and J.A. Cherry. 1989. Tritium as an indicator of recharge and dispersion in a groundwater system in central Ontario. Water Resources Research 25(6)1097—1109.

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Spechler, R. M. 1996. Detection and quality of previously undetermined Floridan aquifer system discharge to the St. Johns River, Jacksonville to Green Cove Springs, northeastern Florida. U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 95-4257.

Swarzemski, P.W., C.D. Reich, R.M. Spechler, J.L. Kindinger, and W.S. Moore. 2001. Using multiple geochemical tracers to characterize the hydrogeology of the submarine spring off Crescent Beach, Florida. Chemical Geology 179:187—202.

Toth, D.J. 1999. Water quality and isotope concentrations from selected springs in the St. Johns River Water Management District. Technical Publication SJ99-2. Palatka, Fla.: St. Johns River Water Management District.

Toth, D.J., and C. Fortich. 2002. Nitrate concentrations in the Wekiva groundwater basin with emphasis on Wekiwa Springs. Technical Publication SJ2002-2. Palatka, Fla.: St. Johns River Water Management District.


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