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Title: An Index to Springs of Florida Projection: Unknown Source Bounding Coordinates: W: -90 E: -80 N: 31 S: 24
Description: This is a map of Florida showing an index to the springs, current to 1975. The following is taken from the article "An Index to Springs of Florida" by Jack C. Rosenau and Glen L. Faulkner — "The total number of springs in Florida is not known, but there are more than 200. Florida's springs represent natural overflow from the state's vast ground water storage and circulation system." As shown in the key, the red dot represents first magnitude springs; average flow greater than 100 cubic feet per second, 64.6 million gallons per day. The blue shows the second magnitude springs; average flow between 10 and 100 cubic feet per second. The black is the third magnitude springs; spring flow less than 10 cubic feet per second, 6.46 million gallons per day. The green are pseudo springs and the flow is unknown. The numbers in front of the springs represent the number it is in that particular county. Please see the article An Index to Springs of Florida by Jack C. Rosenau and Glen L. Faulkner for more information. Source: U. S. Geological Survey, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Florida Water Atlas (Tallahassee, FL: Bureau of Geology, 1976) Map Credit: Courtesy the University of South Florida Library