Artesian Flow and Height of the Piezometric Surface, 1954
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Title: Artesian Flow and Height of the Piezometric Surface Projection: Unknown Source Bounding Coordinates: W: -81.5 E: -81 N: 28.5 S: 28
Description: This map shows areas of artesian flow and the height of the piezometric surface, in feet, referred to land surface in 1954. "Figure 9 shows also contours which represent the height, in feet, referred to land surface, to which water will rise in artesian wells penetrating the limestone aquifer. It shows that the maximum depth to water is more than 50 feet below land surface in an area near the southwest corner of the county and at Geneva. The artesian pressure head is more than 20 feet above the land surface in an area adjacent to the Little Wekiva River, the east edge of Lake Monroe, and around most 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