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Synthesis of the Regional Hydrostratigraphic Framework for the Floridan Aquifer System, Southern and Central Florida and Relevancy to Aquifer Storage and Recovery

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Project Investigator: Ronald S. Reese

Project Personnel: Emily Richardson

Project Start Date: 2005 End Date: 2005

Recent Funding: (FY05) USGS GE PES


This project will publish a new hydrostratigraphic FAS framework; provide maps of the UFA; and, provide guidance in locating CERP ASR wells.

The objectives of this project is to: 1) publish a new regional synthesis and delineation of the hydrostratigraphic FAS framework in central and southern Florida, making it available to other workers who study the FAS in the various regions covered in the CERP study, and 2) provide maps of the UFA, the primary ASR target storage zone, allowing for better comparisons of existing ASR sites and their performance in terms of recovery of injected freshwater, 3) provide guidance in locating CERP ASR wells.

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