|Florida Water Science Center|
By R. L. Kane, and M. Dickman
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Water resources data for the 2005 water year in Florida consist of continuous or daily discharges for 429 streams, periodic discharge for 9 streams, continuous or daily stage for 218 streams, periodic stage for 5 streams, peak stage for 28 streams and peak discharge for 28 streams, continuous or daily elevations for 15 lakes, periodic elevations for 23 lakes; continuous ground-water levels for 401 wells, periodic ground-water levels for 1,098 wells, and quality-of-water data for 211 surface-water sites and 208 wells.
The data for Southwest Florida include records of stage, discharge, and water quality of streams; stage, contents, water quality of lakes and reservoirs, and water levels and water quality of ground-water wells. Volume 3A contains records for continuous or daily discharge for 113 streams, periodic discharge for 4 streams, continuous or daily stage for 80 streams, periodic stage for 2 stream, peak stage and discharge for 8 streams, continuous or daily elevations for 3 lakes, continous or daily elevations for 3 lakes, and quality of water for 75 surface water sites.
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.
List of surface-water stations, in downstream order, for which records are published in this volume
List of discontinued surface-water or stage-only stations
Summary of hydrologic conditions
Downstream order and station numbering
Numbering system for wells and miscellaneous sites
Special networks and programs
Explanation of stage-and water-discharge records
Data collection and computation
Peak discharge greater than base discharge
Data table of daily mean values
Statistics of monthly mean data
Identifying estimated daily discharge
Accuracy of field data and computed results
Other data records available
Explanation of precipitation records
Data collection and computation
Explanation of water-quality records
Collection and examination of data
Classification of records
Accuracy of the records
Arrangement of records
On-site measurements and sample collection
Water-quality control data
Access to USGS water data
Definition of terms
Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U. S. Geological Survey
Stage, discharge, and water quality of streams
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