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Effects of land use on ground-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida
Bradley G Waller
1983 by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 66-67
|Statement||by Bradley G. Waller ; prepared in cooperation with the Metropolitan Dade County Planning Department|
|Series||Water resources investigations -- 82-4093|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Metropolitan Dade County (Fla.). Planning Dept|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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EFFECTS OF LAND USE ON GROUND-WATER QUALITY IN THE EAST EVERGLADES, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA By Bradley G. Waller ABSTRACT Ground-water quality characteristics of the Biscayne aquifer from September through June were determined for seven land-use areas within the East Everglades in Dade County, :// Groundwater quality characteristics of the Biscayne aquifer from September through June were determined for seven land use areas within the East Everglades in Dade County, Florida.
Four agricultural areas, two low-density residential areas, and Chekika Hammock State Park were investigated.
The effects of land use on the groundwater were minimal in all areas; only iron, which Get this from a library. Effects of land use on ground-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida.
[Bradley G Waller; Geological Survey (U.S.); Metropolitan Dade County Effects of Land Use on Ground-Water Quality in teh East Everglades, Dade County, Florida Author: Bradley G. Dade County Subject: Land-use, ground-water quality, everglades Keywords: Land-use, ground-water quality, Effects of land use on ground-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida Created Date: 4/29/ PM Waller BG () Effects of land use on ground water quality in the east Everglades, Dade county, Florida.
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Now the Orlando area is pushing to suck water out of rivers to its north, local utilities are jacking up water rates as much as 35%, and South Florida's water board may cap withdrawals from Everglades Kati W.
Migliaccio. Applicability of CS Soil Water Sensors for Miami-Dade County, Florida. Article. Water Quality Trends at Inflows to Everglades National Park, The CFWSC has an active presence in support of hydrologic research and monitoring across the Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Virgin Islands region. We look forward to expanding our work with partner organizations throughout this region and identifying new projects of mutual interest relevant to our water-resources. For questions related to water resources, please feel free The Everglades Agricultural Area is the main source of surface water inflow into the Everglades Protection Area.
On average, aboutac-ft of water are discharged from the EAA to the south Abstract: Increasing population and the concomitant urban sprawl and industrial growth in South Florida has caused concern to agencies involved in land-use planning and water management as to the adequacy of water supplies, determination of water quality and changes in environmental :// Everglades National Park is an American national park that protects the southern twenty percent of the original Everglades in park is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States, and the largest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi average of one million people visit the park each year.
Everglades is the third-largest national park in the contiguous 10 Transformation of the South Florida Landscape. William D. Solecki. Montclair State University. Robert T. Walker. Michigan State University. This chapter describes the relationship between expansion of the human system and changes in land use in the South Florida region of the United :// High Ground Is Becoming Hot Property as Sea Level Rises canals that manipulated the water flow of the Everglades shows a series of settlements along higher ground.
people left Miami-Dade Effects of Land Use on Surface-Water Quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida (Water Resources Investigations Report ) Effluent Migration from Septic Tank Systems in Two Different Lithologies, Broward County, Florida (Water Resources Investigations Report ) Author: Metadata Title: Project Title: Aiken, George-Interactions of Mercury with Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Florida Everglades (project metadata)Everglades Water chemistry - Cations and Anions (data set metadata); Everglades Water chemistry - DOC and other parameters (data set metadata); Everglades Water Chemistry - Surface water DOC, pore water DOC and SUVA data (data A review of the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Environmental Regulation, the Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission, the Department of Community Affairs, Division of Resource Planning & Management: prepared in accordance with senate rule no.
and section (1), Florida statutes by Florida (Book) Freshwater demand in Southeast Florida is predicted to increase over the next few decades. However, shifting patterns in the intensity and frequency of drought create considerable pressure on local freshwater availability.
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Nutrient concentrations in standing water largely reflected ground water in winter, the largest annual water The history of Everglades’ conservation dates back to almost a century ago.
In early s, there was a national initiative to conserve Florida Everglades. The immediate impact of the initiative was realized in when Everglades National Park was created. This was an effort to make the park a natural habitat for both flora and :// /informative/ Proceedings of a specialty symposium held in conjunction with the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress in Orlando, Florida, MaySponsored by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.
Cosponsored by U.S. Geological Survey; South Florida Water Meyer, F.W.,Availability of groundwater for the U.S. Navy well field near Florida City, Dade County, Florida: U.
Geological Survey Open-File Report50 p. Meyer, W., and Patrick, L,Effects of artificial-recharge experiments at Ship Creek alluvial fan on water levels at Spring Acres Subdivision, Anchorage, Alaska: U.S The Central Everglades Planning Project will identify and plan for projects on land already in public ownership to allow more water to be directed south to the central Everglades, Everglades National Park, and Florida Bay.
Public participation is a major component of this planning :// /Central-Everglades-Planning-Project. Welcome to the Everglades National Park Information Page. Here you will find all you need to know about the natural history of the park. Learn about the geology, trees, mammals, birds, or other plants and wildlife of the area.
Everglades National Park is located in the southern tip of Florida, just west of the city of Miami Ground-water recharge and discharge alternate there in time, driven by the differential responses of surface water and ground water to precipitation events and operation of water-control Storm-Tide Elevations Produced by Hurricane Andrew Along the Southern Florida Coasts, Aug By Mitchell H.
Murray Abstract On AugHurricane Andrew made landfall south of Miami, Florida, and crossed the extreme southern point of peninsular Florida. The combined effects of storm surge from The Broward County Water Resources Fact Book is designed to provide general facts about the water resources in Broward County and offer a reference guide to the Divisions within the Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department (EPGMD) that plan for and regulate water resources in Broward County.
This book /utilities-and-engineering/water-resources-fact-book. Introduction. Groundwater resources are a major source of agricultural, potable, and industrial water. In the United States, approximately 83 billion gallons of groundwater are withdrawn per day, which is equivalent to a quarter of all daily freshwater withdrawals (Maupin et al., ).Irrigated agriculture is the largest category of groundwater withdrawals in the United States, with nearly The ground under the cities of South Florida is largely porous limestone, which means water will eventually rise up through it.
The cities are taking flood-control measures like installing pumps We analyzed the dynamics of freshwater marsh vegetation of Taylor Slough in eastern Everglades National Park for the to period, focusing on cover of individual plant species and on cover and composition of marsh communities in areas potentially influenced by a canal pump station (“S”) and its successor station (“SD”).
monitoring, and a bi-weekly water quality sampling program (with over 25 chemical elements analyzed) was established by the University of Florida in March’ A GIS system comprising different hydrological, land use and vegetation layers was developed to support this research.
The resulting hydrological and water quality information has been /reports/ The coupling to ground water, however, was necessary to accurately represent leakage exchange between the surface water and ground water, which transfers substantial volumes of water and salt.
Initial calibration and analysis of the TIME application produced simulated results that compare well statistically with field-measured :// Water quality is both a spatial and temporal phenomenon and can be affected by both natural and anthropogenic influences.
Under certain conditions, external sources adjacent to the sanctuary (e.g., Gulf of Mexico Loop Current and Florida Current, land based activities, and atmospheric inputs) can dominate water quality ://.