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Source, use, and disposition of water in Florida, 1975
Stanley D Leach
|Statement||by S. D. Leach ; prepared in cooperation with Florida State Department of Environmental Regulation ... [et al.]|
|Series||Water resources investigations -- 78-17|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division, Florida. Dept. of Environmental Regulation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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SOURCE, USE, AND DISPOSITION OF WATER IN FLORIDA, By S. Leach ABSTRACT On the average, 18, million gallons of water was withdrawn for use in Florida each day in an increase of 3, million gallons per day rate since The Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Source, use, and disposition of water in Florida, [Stanley D Leach; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.; Florida. On the average, 18, million gallons of water was withdrawn for use in Florida each day in an increase of 3, million gallons per day (Mgal/d) rate since The daily total was made up of 11, million gallons of saline water and 6, million gallons of freshwater.
The saline water supply, largely surface water, was pumped from tidal estuaries. Get this from a library. Source, use, and disposition of water in Florida, [Stanley D Leach; Geological Survey (U.S.),].
Source, use, and disposition of 7, million gallons per SOURCE, USE, AND DISPOSITION OF WATER IN FLORIDA, By Stanley D. Leach million gallons per day for rural self-supplied use (an increase of 17 percent since ). The peak month of Cited by: 4. in Florida’s urban water systems: Florida Water Resources Journal, Augustp.
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The water-use data for Florida were published in a map report, (Pride, ). Additional water-use data on public supplies of selected municipalities for are given in a report by Healy (). PRESENT INVESTIGATION This report was prepared to document the results of the water-use.
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Inpublic supply withdrawals represented nearly 26 percent of the total freshwater withdrawn in Florida. Total water withdrawn for public supply in Florida during averaged 1, million gal/day. Public suppliers served million residents, in Groundwater was the source for more than 88 percent (1, million gal/day) of public-supply withdrawals and.
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