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1992

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP1

By: G. Lynne and C. Kiker

Title:
Needs and sources planning: Agricultural land and water use projections for 1995 and 2010

Agricultural water use for irrigated acreage in the St. Johns River Water Management District was projected for 1991 and 2010.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP2

By: G. Lynne and C. Kiker

Title:
Needs and sources planning: Agricultural land and water use projections for 1995 and 2010: Supplement

In this supplement to SJ92-SP1, agricultural water use for irrigated acreage in the St. Johns River Water Management District was projected for 1995 and 2010.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP3

By: G. Lynne

Title:
Needs and sources planning in the St. Johns River Water Management District: Golf course land and water use projections for 1995 and 2010

Golf course land and water use projections are needed in order to compare water needs (demands) and sources (supplies) in the St. Johns River Water Management District. Water use was estimated for the base year 1990 and projected for 1995 and 2010.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP4

By: J. Shireman and K. Opuszynski

Title:
Ichthyofauna reconstruction for the management of phytoplankton

Experimental ponds were used to test the hypothesis that bighead carp, a filter-feeding fish, could improve water quality and reduce the excessive growth of nuisance algae in Lake Apopka.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP5

By: Blackhawk Geosciences, Inc.

Title:
Time domain electromagnetic measurements, east-central Florida

The objective of this survey was to obtain information about the water quality in the Upper Floridan aquifer from the geoelectric sections measured.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP6

By: Geraghty and Miller, Inc.

Title:
Numerical modeling of groundwater flow and seawater intrusion, Volusia County, Florida: Volume I

The primary objective of this study was to develop an up-to-date groundwater flow and chloride transport model to be used for predictive purposes within the context of a water supply needs and sources assessment.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP7

By: Alvarez, Lehman, and Associates

Title:
Fish/wildlife habitat assessment of the Lake George Basin

This report includes information on fish and wildlife species and their habitats in the Lake George Basin and impacts of development on these habitats; regulatory review; and a summary of recommendations.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP8

By: C. Tankersley, W. Graham, and K. Hatfield

Title:
Statistical characterization of groundwater fluctuations and hydrogeological properties in the Floridan aquifer

This study was initiated to develop the capability of forecasting critical low groundwater levels in space and time using stochastic modeling techniques. These models, founded on the principles of probability theory, provide a systematic method for estimating and predicting water levels and recharge rates, which vary erratically in space and time.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP9

By: C. Schelske, F. Aldridge, and H. Carrick

Title:
Phytoplankton-nutrient interactions in Lake Apopka

This study was instituted because Lake Apopka contained high concentrations of phosphorus, and excessive algal (phytoplankton) growth was identified as the prime symptom of eutrophication in the lake. Studies on this shallow, hypereutrophic lake were conducted from December 1989 to November 1991.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP11

By: Coastal Planning and Engineering, Inc.

Title:
Hydrographic and sediment thickness analysis of Lake Poinsett and Blue Cypress Lake within the Upper St. Johns River Basin

Bathymetric surveys were conducted using a fully automated hydrographic system. Sediment thickness surveys were also positioned with the system, and sediment depths were obtained using a low-pressure water jet probe.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP12

By: T. Crisman and others

Title:
Historical assessment of cultural eutrophication in Lake Weir, Florida

This study was conducted to assess the history of cultural eutrophication in Lake Weir, the causes for deterioration of water quality, and the current status of the lake, and to develop management recommendations to preserve water quality in the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP13

By: Subsurface Detection Investigations, Inc.

Title:
High resolution seismic reflection profiling in selected lakes in the St. Johns River Water Management District: Final report

The purpose of this project was to identify the presence and areal extent of karst features in the strata below the selected lakes, all of which have experienced varying degrees of water level decreases over the past 10 to 15 years.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP15

By: Blackhawk Geosciences, Inc.

Title:
Re-examination of the 1986 and 1988 time domain electromagnetic soundings in Seminole County, Florida

In 1986 and 1988, time domain electromagnetic (TDEM) measurements were made in Seminole County as part of formulating a 20-year water management plan for the county. Previous measurements were re-examined due to improvements in data acquisition and processing, particularly for stations located in urban (high noise) areas, and in the development of a better understanding for correlating the geoelectric sections derived from TDEM to water quality.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP16

By: D. Keesecker

Title:
Lake Jesup restoration diagnostic evaluation water budget and nutrient budget

The purpose of this study was to use existing data to prepare a comprehensive water budget and nutrient budget for Lake Jesup to support an analysis of restoration feasibility and techniques for the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP17

By: T. Blandford and T. Birdie

Title:
Regional groundwater flow modeling for east-central Florida with emphasis on Orange and Seminole counties

As part of its needs and sources assessment effort, the St. Johns River Water Management District requested HydroGeoLogic to revise and expand on an existing groundwater flow model of east-central Florida, including Orange and Seminole counties and portions of Lake, Volusia, Brevard, and Osceola counties. The primary purpose was to assess the impacts of utilizing sources of fresh groundwater in Orange and Seminole counties, given the projected demand for the 20-year planning period.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP18

By: L. Motz and J. Heaney

Title:
Upper Etonia Creek hydrologic study: Phase II: Final report (revised)

The Upper Etonia Creek Basin, located in parts of Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Putnam counties, is part of the Lower St. Johns River Basin. In January 1990, the study evaluated long-term changes and trends in rainfall, evapotranspiration, groundwater levels, and water use in the basin. This second phase of the project consisted of compiling and evaluating hydrologic data, developing a groundwater model, simulating lake stages using water-budget data, and estimating the impacts on the stage of Lake Brooklyn that would be caused by drawdowns in the Upper Floridan aquifer and by changes in the surface water flow into Lake Brooklyn.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP19

By: GeoTrans, Inc.

Title:
Wekiva River Basin groundwater flow and solute transport modeling study: Phase I: Regional groundwater flow model development

This report presents the results of the first phase of a three-phase study of the Wekiva River Basin. The overall objective was to provide the St. Johns River Water Management District with a tool to aid in the establishment of minimum groundwater levels within the basin to protect water quality.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP20

By: GeoTrans, Inc.

Title:
Wekiva River Basin groundwater flow and solute transport modeling study: Phase II: Cross-sectional groundwater flow and solute transport model development

A two-dimensional, cross-sectional groundwater flow and saltwater transport model of a portion of the Wekiva River Basin was developed to assess saltwater intrusion. This study is the second phase of a project designed to provide the St. Johns River Water Management District with a tool to aid in the establishment of minimum groundwater levels within the basin.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP21

By: GeoTrans, Inc.

Title:
Wekiva River Basin groundwater flow and solute transport modeling study: Phase III: Three-dimensional, density-dependent groundwater flow and solute transport model development

This report presents the results of the third and final phase of a study of the Wekiva River Basin. Along with development and calibration of the model, sensitivity analysis was also performed, prior to conducting predictive simulations of system response to future groundwater use.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP22

By: D. Graetz, S. Yan, and D. Ivanoff

Title:
Water-column sediment nutrient interactions as a function of hydrology (Hopkins Prairie): Final report, 1991–92

An investigation was undertaken to evaluate the effects of fluctuating water levels on the ecological functions of wetlands. Hopkins Prairie, in the Ocala National Forest, Florida, was chosen as a long-term ecological research site for this purpose.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP23

By: J. Gottgens and T. Crisman

Title:
Newnans Lake, Florida: Removal of particulate organic matter and nutrients using a short-term drawdown, phase I

The impact of lowering water level on deposition and redistribution of organic sediments was studied in eutrophic Newnans Lake, Florida. Phase I included data analysis and discussion relative to the impact of the drawdown on the flushing of organic matter and nutrients from the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ92-SP24

By: J. Gottgens and T. Crisman

Title:
Sediments of Newnans Lake: Characteristics and patterns of redistribution following a short-term drawdown, phase II

The impact of lowering the water level on deposition and redistribution of organic sediments was studied in eutrophic Newnans Lake, Florida. Phase II quantified the removal and redistribution of material from profundal and littoral sediments of the lake.

1991

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP1

By: M. Brown, C. Luthin and others

Title:
Econlockhatchee River Basin natural resources development and protection plan

This document is the first of three volumes of planning documents in a program to develop a basinwide plan for the Econlockhatchee River. This volume contains reports prepared by scientists and planners who studied the environment and resources of the basin. This volume presents an inventory and presents management suggestions of a general nature.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP2

By: C. Thomas

Title:
Trophic structure manipulation project: Phase III: Fish marketing study: Rough fish market survey

This project was undertaken to determine values and locations of existing markets for a whole fish product, to examine potential domestic and export markets for food source components derived from gizzard shad, and to investigate potential for industrial market applications from harvested fish.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP3

By: B. Baca and R. Dolan

Title:
Avifaunal and submerged aquatic vegetation surveys: South and Fox lakes, Brevard County: Final report

A study of the wetland-dependent birds and their vegetative food and habitat in South and Fox lakes, Brevard County, Florida, performed March-November 1990. The objectives of this study were to map the submerged aquatic vegetation of the lakes, describe the habitats used by wetland-dependent birds of the area, and evaluate the lakes for use by wetland-dependent birds.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP4

By: T. Blandford, T. Birdie, and J. Robertson

Title:
Regional groundwater flow modeling for east-central Florida with emphasis on eastern and central Orange County

The primary purpose of this study was to provide the technical basis needed to determine the optimal allocations of groundwater resources in eastern Orange and Osceola counties.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP5

By: L. Motz, J. Heaney, W. Denton, and G. Leiter

Title:
Upper Etonia Creek hydrologic study: Phase I final report

The Upper Etonia Creek Basin (UECB), located in parts of Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Putnam counties, is part of the Lower St. Johns River Basin. The study evaluated long-term changes and trends in lake levels in the UECB, including changes to rainfall, evapotranspiration, groundwater levels, and water use in the basin.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP6

By: K. Reddy and D. Graetz

Title:
Internal nutrient budget for Lake Apopka: Final report

In recognition of the problems and potential values of Lake Apopka, the Florida Legislature, in 1985, approved funds to study feasible means of restoring the lake. Part of this approval was to design a study for better understanding of the external and internal nutrient inputs to the lake, which would result in the development of a nutrient budget for the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP7

By: C. Steele

Title:
Annual report on abandoned artesian wells: 1990

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1990 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP8

By: D. Segal and C. Pollman

Title:
Assessment of potential sediment contamination for the restoration of Lake Apopka

The purpose of the phase I modeling effort of this project was to synthesize boundary conditions and estimate regional aquifer parameters to support the phase II and III modeling tasks. This effort required the construction of a regional, three-dimensional, steady state groundwater flow model.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP9

By: Center for Government Responsibility, University of Florida

Title:
Guide to local groundwater protection in Florida

This manual is in three volumes. Volume 1 contains summaries of basic information on the primary potential sources of contamination, summaries of the aquifer protection tools available to local governments, and a chapter on the decision-making process. Volume 2 includes more detailed planning and regulatory information and the tools available to local governments to help prevent contamination. Volume 3 consists of appendices.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP10

By: K. Clough and G. Best

Title:
Wetland macrophyte production and hydrodynamics in Hopkins Prairie, Ocala National Forest, Florida: March 1989-December 1990

Hopkins Prairie was identified by the St. Johns River Water Management District as the site for a long-term research project to examine the effects of hydrology on wetland ecological functions. This part of the study examines the effects of water level and season on plant community dynamics and the distribution of some nutrients in the prairie.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP11

By: J. Stenberg, D. Day, and G. Best

Title:
Development of natural vegetation in the Lake Apopka Marsh Flow-Way Demonstration Project: Phase I — Baseline conditions, fall 1990

This paper presents the results of a study of the baseline vegetation conditions in the Apopka Marsh Demonstration Project. Data collected during this study provided a pre-flooding reference point for comparison with future evaluations as the marsh developed.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP12

By: D. Graetz

Title:
Water-column sediment nutrient interactions as a function of hydrology (Hopkins Prairie): Final report, 1989–90

This study evaluated the effects of hydrology, particularly fluctuating water levels, on soil water (interstitial porewater) chemistry in Hopkins Prairie, Ocala National Forest, Florida.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP13

By: W. Hackett and O. Thompson

Title:
Biofermentation pilot study for water hyacinth and gizzard shad composting

The process is a means of using naturally occurring bacteria that require oxygen for growth to biologically alter the offensive characteristics of organic waste. This was a study to determine how well the Bioferm process would work on waterhyacinths and gizzard shad removed from Lake Apopka in an effort to lower pollutant levels in the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP14

By: L. Danek, T. Barnard, and M. Tomlinson

Title:
Bathymetric and sediment thickness analysis of seven lakes in the Upper Oklawaha River Basin

The lakes surveyed were Beauclair, Dora, Eustis, Griffin, Harris, Weir, and Yale. The resulting data were used to produce bathymetric and sediment thickness maps, hyposographic curves relating lake water level to lake volume and surface area, and curves relating to sediment volume and surface area to sediment thickness in each lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ91-SP15

By: R. Stamps and D. Haman

Title:
Cold protection of leatherleaf fern in Lake, Putnam, and Volusia counties, Florida

Leatherleaf fern is the most valuable floriculture crop produced in Florida. Almost all of it produced in the state occurs on land under the jurisdiction of the St. Johns River Water Management District. This study was undertaken to enable the district to make more informed decisions about irrigation water application rates and methods of application necessary to protect leatherleaf fern from cold.

1990

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP2

By: J. Trefry, R. Trocine, S. Metz, N. Iricanin, and N. Chen

Title:
Particulate nutrient and metal investigations in the Turkey Creek watershed

This study was designed to provide information about the quantities, composition, and sources of suspended matter in Turkey Creek.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP3

By: J. Trefry, S. Metz, R. Trocine, N. Iricanin, D. Burnside, N. Chen, and B. Webb

Title:
Design and operation of a muck sediment survey

This report discusses the design and operation of a 1989 study of muck sediments in the Indian River Lagoon, including maps developed specifically for the study.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP4

By: CRA-Sunbelt Surveyors

Title:
Hydrographic surveys of Fox and South lakes, Titusville, Florida: Final report

This report details the methodology of determining the water depth and the thickness of the organic sediment layer in South and Fox lakes.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP5

By: C. Steele

Title:
Annual report on abandoned artesian wells: 1989

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1989 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP6

By: Blackhawk Geosciences

Title:
Time domain electromagnetic test survey in St. Johns River Water Management District

This survey was a test of the time domain electromagnetic geophysical method. The objectives of the survey were to map the stratigraphy of the geologic section and to determine the depth to saline water.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP7

By: K. Clough, S. Everett, and G. Best

Title:
Wetland macrophyte production and hydrodynamics in Hopkins Prairie, Ocala National Forest, Florida

Hopkins Prairie was identified by the St. Johns River Water Management District as the site for a long-term research project to examine the effects of hydrology on wetland ecological functions. This part of the study examines the effects of hydrology and season on plant biomass production and species composition in the prairie.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP8

By: M. Chimney and R. Helmers

Title:
A baseline study of the effects of wetland hydrology and water quality on the microinvertebrate community of Hopkins Prairie, Ocala National Forest, Florida: June 1988 to November 1989

This study was conducted to gather baseline information on the effects of wetland hydrology and other physical and chemical parameters on the aquatic microinvertebrate community of Hopkins Prairie.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP9

By: Dames and Moore

Title:
Environmental and ecological effects of drawdown and enhanced fluctuation for Lake Apopka, Florida: September 1990

The potential environmental and ecological effects of a drawdown or enhanced lake level fluctuation program for Lake Apopka were assessed as a part of the Lake Apopka Surface Water Improvement and Management Plan initiative. This assessment was accomplished through extensive literature reviews, personal interviews, and evaluations of existing studies on Lake Apopka.

PUB. NO.: SJ90-SP10

By: S. Panday, P. Huyakorn, and J. Robertson

Title:
Two- and three-dimensional numerical analysis of the effects of groundwater development in the Geneva area, Seminole County, Florida: Final report

The St. Johns River Water Management District contracted HydroGeoLogic to conduct a modeling study of the Geneva freshwater lens system in the upper Floridan aquifer in Seminole County. The objectives were to adopt and calibrate a two-dimensional cross-sectional model and a three-dimensional density-dependent model for simulating groundwater flow and chloride transport in the system.

1989

PUB. NO.: SJ89-SP1

By: D. Haman, A. Smajstrla, F. Azaueta, and D. Hensel

Title:
Water recycling in seepage irrigation of potatoes

This study was undertaken to evaluate the potential to conserve groundwater used in seepage irrigation by implementing a recycling system for the runoff water. Preliminary water quality testing was performed to better understand the influence of the recycling process on the nutrient discharge from the field.

PUB. NO.: SJ89-SP3

By: St. Johns River Water Management District

Title:
Groundwater quality reconnaissance of the Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area, Osceola County, Florida

The purpose of this study was to provide baseline hydrogeological data for evaluating the water supply potential of the Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area.

PUB. NO.: SJ89-SP5

By: J. Heaney, T. Feather, and M. Shafer

Title:
Development of a socio-economic assessment methodology with applications to the Lake Apopka Basin

The purposes of this study were to develop an evaluation procedure and associated software for performing a socio-economic assessment on a water project and to apply this methodology to the Lake Apopka Basin in central Florida.

PUB. NO.: SJ89-SP6

By: L. Danek and M. Tomlinson

Title:
Bathymetric analysis of Lake Apopka

A bathymetric survey of Lake Apopka was conducted in response to instruction from the Florida Legislature to begin pilot studies for restoring the lake’s water quality.

1988

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP1

By: T. Crisman and J. Beaver

Title:
Lake Apopka trophic structure manipulation: phase I: final report

The purpose of this project was to provide baseline data in order to evaluate the potential of extensive fish harvesting as a restoration technique for Lake Apopka as well as other eutrophic (nutrient, overproductive) Florida lakes.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP2

By: V. Singleton

Title:
Benchmark Farms program: summary of agricultural pumpage data through 1988

This document contains agricultural water use information collected from 1982 to 1988.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP3

By: J. Gottgens and C. Montague

Title:
Categorized bibliography of the Paynes Prairie Basin, Florida

This document is a categorized bibliography of references which formed the basis for a review and synthesis of the reconnaissance profile of the Paynes Prairie Basin, Special Publication SJ88-SP4.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP4

By: J. Gottgens and C. Montague

Title:
Comprehensive reconnaissance profile of the Paynes Prairie Basin, Florida

The objective of this report was to integrate and summarize relevant scientific information concerning this basin into a single reference in order to facilitate decision-making processes in basin management.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP5

By: S. Locker, G. Brooks, and L. Doyle

Title:
Results of a seismic reflection investigation and hydrogeologic implications for Lake Apopka, Florida

This report presents the results of a seismic reflection survey of Lake Apopka.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP6

By: Continental Shelf Associates

Title:
Literature review and feasibility analysis report on ichthyofaunal reconstruction as a technique for restoring Lake Apopka

Summary not available.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP7

By: J. Davis

Title:
Annual report on abandoned artesian wells: 1988

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1988 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP8

By: K. Portier

Title:
Statistical sample survey design for estimation of agricultural water use

This report defines and discusses the objectives of the agricultural water use survey proposed by the St. Johns River Water Management District.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP9

By: T. Crisman

Title:
Lake Weir eutrophication study: Final report for phases 1 and 2

This report includes a history of cultural eutrophication in Lake Weir, the important causes responsible for deterioration of water quality, the current status of the lake, and a management plan designed to maintain/restore water quality in the lake.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP10

By: C. Pollman and others

Title:
Feasibility of sediment removal and reuse for the restoration of Lake Apopka: Final report

This report was prepared to evaluate, via the existing literature, the feasibility of sediment removal as a means to restore Lake Apopka and to evaluate the market potential for recovered sediment and develop a cost/benefit analysis for using sediment removal to restore Lake Apopka.

PUB. NO.: SJ88-SP11

By: P. Gremillion and C. Mericas

Title:
A literature review and feasibility analysis assessing microbial decomposition as a technique for restoring Lake Apopka

This report presents the results of a literature review and preliminary feasibility analysis assessing in situ sediment decomposition as a technique for oxidizing organic lake sediments and decreasing sediment nutrient loading to the water column.

1987

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP1

By: J. Davis

Title:
Annual report on uncontrolled free-flowing artesian wells: 1986

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1986 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP2

By: J. Gottgens and C. Montague

Title:
Categorized bibliography of the Orange Creek Basin

This document is a categorized bibliography of references, which formed the basis for Special Publication SJ87-SP3.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP3

By: J. Gottgens and C. Montague

Title:
Orange, Lochloosa, and Newnans lakes: A survey and preliminary interpretation of environmental research data

The objective of this report is to integrate and summarize relevant scientific information concerning the named lakes into a single reference in order to facilitate decision-making processes in basin management.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP4

By: Author(s) not listed

Title:
Blaney-Criddle supplemental irrigation requirements: 30-year mean: Technical memorandum

This report consists of 325 pages of irrigation data.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP5

By: R. Baird

Title:
A preliminary assessment of phosphorus precipitation/inactivation as a restoration technique in Lake Apopka

This report presents the data, findings, and pertinent details of projects that have used chemical precipitation of phosphorus as a lake restoration technique.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP7

By: M. Brown and S. Schaefer

Title:
An evaluation of the applicability of upland buffers for the wetlands of the Wekiva Basin: Final report

This report contains a literature review relevant to buffer zones, a physical and ecological description of the Wekiva Basin, and a review of statutory and permit criteria that relate to the protection of the water resources of the basin. A methodology is then developed for determining buffer zone requirements.

PUB. NO.: SJ87-SP8

By: J. Davis

Title:
Annual report on abandoned artesian wells: 1987

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1987 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

1986

PUB. NO.: SJ86-SP1

By: J. Davis

Title:
Annual report on uncontrolled free-flowing wells: 1985

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1985 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ86-SP2

By: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Title:
St. Johns River Basin, Florida, interim water quality management plan findings

This special report was prepared under authority contained in the Energy and Water Development Appropriation Act of 1984. The purpose of the interim water quality plan for the St. Johns River system was to prepare a plan upon which future development actions within the basin could be evaluated.

1985

PUB. NO.: SJ85-SP1

By: K. Rohrer

Title:
Estimation of the zone of influence of the Port Malabar wellfield, Port Malabar, Florida, for varied withdrawals using a numerical model (1984, rev. 1985)

At the request of the city of Palm Bay, the St. Johns River Water Management District agreed to provide assistance in defining the zone of influence for the existing Port Malabar wellfield. This report documents the findings.

1984

PUB. NO.: SJ84-SP1

By: S. Edwards

Title:
Report on uncontrolled free-flowing artesian wells: Free-flowing well plugging program: 1983

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1983 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

PUB. NO.: SJ84-SP2

By: C. Fall and W. Osburn

Title:
Water quality monitoring field manual (revised August 1987)

This manual provides a reference in proper procedures for collecting water quality data.

PUB. NO.: SJ84-SP3

By: S. Edwards

Title:
Annual report on uncontrolled free-flowing artesian wells: 1984

This document was prepared to comply with the requirements of Section 373.207, Florida Statutes. It includes an inventory of abandoned artesian wells in the St. Johns River Water Management District in 1984 and a work plan for controlling or plugging inventoried wells.

1983

PUB. NO.: SJ83-SP1

By: T. Belanger, S. Van Vonderen, and T. Carberry

Title:
Analysis of selected water quality factors in the Upper St. Johns River Basin

The primary objectives of this study were to monitor specific agricultural pumps in the upper basin of the St. Johns River and determine “loading” rates to the canals and the river, and to perform sediment coring and bathymetric transect studies on the chain of six lakes in the Upper St. Johns River Basin. Appendices make up more than half of this document.

1982

PUB. NO.: SJ82-SP1

By: R. Keller

Title:
Quality assurance procedures for preserving the chain of evidence in water samples

This report provides documentation of how to record custody of a sample from collection to its introduction as evidence.

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