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Water-Data Report FL-04-2B


Water Resources Data Florida, Water Year 2004
Volume 2B: South Florida—Ground Water

By S. Prinos,R. Irvin, and M. Byrne

 

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ABSTRACT

Water resources data for 2004 water year in Florida consists of continuous or daily discharge for 405 streams, periodic discharge for 12 streams, continuous or daily stage for 159 streams, periodic stage for 19 stream, peak discharge for 30 streams, and peak stage for 30 streams, continuous or daily elevations for 14 lakes, periodic elevations for 23 lakes, continuous ground-water levels for 408 wells, periodic ground-water levels for 1188 wells, quality of water data for 140 surface-water sites, and 240 wells.

The data for South Florida included continuous or daily discharge for 86 streams, continuous or daily stage for 54 streams, no peak stage discharge for streams, 1 continuous elevation for lake, continuous ground-water levels for 257 wells, periodic ground-water levels for 226 wells, water quality for 39 surface-water sites, and 149 wells.

These data represent the National Water Data System records collected by the U.S. Geological Survey and cooperating local, State, and Federal agencies in Florida

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Cooperation

Summary of Hydrologic Conditions

Special Networks and Programs

Explanation of the Records

Station Identification Numbers

Downstream Order and Station Number

Numbering System for Wells and Miscellaneous Sites

Explanation of Stage and Water-Discharge Records

Data Collection and Computation

Data Presentation

Station Manuscript

Peak Discharge greater than Base Discharge

Daily Table of Daily Mean Values

Statistics of Monthly Mean Data

Summary Statistics

Identifying Estimated Daily Discharge

Accuracy of Field Data and Computed Results

Other Data Records Available

Explanation of Precipitation Records

Data Collection and Computation

Data Presentation

Explanation of Water-Quality Records

Collection and Examination of Data

Water Analysis

Surface-Water Quality Records

Classification of Records

Accuracy of the Records

Arrangement of Records

On-Site Measurements and Sample Collection

Water Temperature

Sediment

Laboratory Measurements

Data Presentation

Remark Codes

Water-Quality Control Data

Blank Samples

Reference Samples

Replicate Samples

Spike Samples

Explanation of Ground-Water Level Records

Site Identification Numbers

Data Collection and Computation

Accuracy of Ground-Water Level Data

Method-Independent Factors

Method-Related Factors

Data Presentation

Water-Level Tables

Hydrographs

Explanation of Records of Bulk Electrical Conductivity

Data Collection and Computation

Accuracy of Bulk Electrical Conductivity

Data Presentation

Records of Ground-Water Quality

Data Collection and Computation

Laboratory Measurements

Data Presentation

Access to USGS Water Data

Definition of Terms

Selected References

Broward County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Miscellaneous water-level measurements

Charlotte County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Collier County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Miscellaneous water-level measurements

Glades County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Hendry County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Lee County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Miscellaneous water-level measurements

Martin County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Miami-Dade County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Miscellaneous water-level measurements

Palm Beach County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

St. Lucie County

Well Descriptions and water-level measurements

Index to Introductory Text


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Front section, pages i-32 (1.7MB)

Broward County, pages 33-112 (5MB)

Charlotte County, pages 113-118 (332KB)

Collier County, pages 119-218 (5.7MB)

Glades County, pages 219-224 (278KB)

Hendry County, pages 225-254 (1.1MB)

Lee County, pages 255-378 (7.1MB)

Martin County, pages 379-388 (698KB)

Miami-Dade County, pages 389-542 (9.5MB)

Palm Beach County, pages 543-586 (5MB)

St. Lucie County, pages 588-600 (1MB)

Back pages of report, pages 601-602 (30KB)

 

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Miami, Florida 33178

 

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