Piezometric Surface in Seminole County, January 1954
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Title: Piezometric Surface in Seminole County Projection: Unknown Source Bounding Coordinates: W: -81.5 E: -81 N: 28.5 S: 28
Description: This map shows the piezometric surface of the Floridian aquifer in Seminole County in January 1954. "Figure 7 shows the piezometric surface of the Floridian aquifer in Seminole County during near record-high water levels in January 1954. The piezometric map shows that in general the flow of water in the county is toward the northeast. The effect of ground-water discharge near Sanlando Springs, and in areas 2 miles south of Lake Mary and 2 miles northeast of Oviedo is shown by depressions in the piezometric surface (fig. 7). The effect of ground-water recharge in the areas near Geneva, south of Oviedo, near Chuluota, south of Sanford, and south of Paola is shown by mounds in the piezometric surface (fig. 7). The contours also indicate discharge into the St. Johns and Wekiva rivers and into the southwest part of Lake Jessup." — Jack T. Barraclough, U. S. Geological Survey, 1962 Source: Jack T. Barraclough, U. S. Geological Survey, Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Geological Survey, 1962) Map Credit: Courtesy the University of South Florida Library