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Simulation of ground-water discharge to Biscayne Bay, southeastern Florida
Christian D. Langevin
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Christian D. Langevin ; prepared as part of the U.S. Geological Survey Place-Based Studies Program and in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report ;, 00-4251|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., Geological Survey (U.S.). Place-Based Studies Program.|
|LC Classifications||GB701 .W375 no. 00-4251|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||2002320517|
State of Florida, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, FIND, and the South Florida Water Management District. What is the geographic area of the plan? The Plan focused on Biscayne Bay and adjoining waters from the Broward County line to Card Sound. The planning area extended inland a short distance to include the lower reaches of. The extensive and highly managed surface-water system in southeastern Florida constructed during the 20th Century has allowed for the westward expansion of urban and agricultural activities in Miami-Dade County. In urban areas of the county, the surface-water system is used to (1) control urban flooding, (2) supply recharge to production well fields, and (3) control seawater intrusion.
1. Introduction  More than a century ago, Ghyben, more appropriately spelled Ghijben, and Herzberg independently observed that the depth of the freshwater‐saltwater interface in coastal aquifers is linearly proportional to the elevation of the water table above sea level. Their findings can be explained by assuming that salt water remains static and that pressure is hydrostatic along the Cited by: Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Simulation of ground-water flow in the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer system near the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, and the Point Breeze Refinery, southern Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, , Water-Resources Investigations Report Simulation of ground-water discharge to Biscayne.
Waters discharged from the Turkey Point nuclear power plant in Florida are contaminating Biscayne Bay and pose a threat to Biscayne National Park, according to studies commissioned by the state of Florida.. In light of that pollution, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and Tropical Audubon Society on Tuesday issued notice that they would sue Florida Power and Light for Clean Water Act. Southern Biscayne Bay extends southward from Black Point to Barnes Sound and includes Biscayne National Park. Several canals that were constructed as part of the Central and Southern Florida (C&SF) Project for Flood Control drain discharge from both agricultural and urban areas to southern Biscayne Bay.
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Simulation of Ground-Water Discharge to Biscayne Bay, Southeastern Florida By Christian D. Langevin Abstract As part of the Place-Based Studies Program, the U.S. Geological Survey initiated a project inin cooperation with the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers, to quantify the rates and patterns of submarine ground-water discharge to Biscayne Bay. Simulation of Ground-Water Discharge to Biscayne Bay Regional-Scale Ground-Water Flow Model.
The regional-scale model simulates the flow of ground water from January to August for most of Miami-Dade County and parts of Broward and Monroe Counties. Get this from a library. Simulation of ground-water discharge to Biscayne Bay, southeastern Florida.
[Christian D Langevin; Place-Based Studies Program (Geological Survey); United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
rates of submarine ground water discharge. Simulation of Submarine Ground Water Discharge to a Marine Estuary: Biscayne Bay, Florida by Christian D.
Langevin1 1U.S. Geological Survey, NW 36th St., Ste. Miami, FL ; [email protected] Received Mayaccepted February Published in by the National Ground Water. Simulation of ground-water discharge to Biscayne Bay, Southeastern Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Reportp. BOOK. Simulation of Ground-Water Discharge to Biscayne Bay, Southeastern Florida, USGS Water resources Investigations Report Mazzoti, F.J., M.S.
Cherkiss,Status a nd Distribution of the American Crocodile (Corcodylus actunus) in Biscayne Bay. Contract No. C, South Florida Water Management District. Simulation of Submarine Ground Water Discharge to a Marine Estuary: Biscayne Bay, Florida Article in Ground Water 41(6) November with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Results suggest that fresh submarine ground water discharge to Biscayne Bay may have exceeded surface water discharge during the, and dry seasons, but the average discharge for the entire simulation period was only ∼10% of the surface water discharge to the by: —SEAWAT includes standard MODFLOW The rate of fresh groundwater discharge into Biscayne Bay was estimated to be about 10 percent of the measured surface-water discharge (Langevin, ; ).File Size: KB.
Langevin, C.D.,Simulation of Ground-Water Discharge to Biscayne Bay, Southeastern Florida: USGS WRIR Langevin, C.D. Simulation of submarine ground water discharge to a marine estuary: Biscayne Bay, Florida. Langevin, Simulation of Groundwater Discharge to Biscayne Bay, South-eastern Florida, USGS, Florida, by SEAWAT and SUTRA versus observed values 5 9 4 /~o 3 v / "E 2,~ 1 Year l i~x~SUTRA.o SEAWAT 9 well L/93 Figure Cited by: 3.
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Location of Cutler site study area at Biscayne Bay and aquifer near Miami, Florida (red star). Map of North America modified after Wikipedia (creator: Bosonic dressing, ). Langevin, C.D.,Simulation of Ground-Water Discharge to Biscayne Bay, Southeastern Florida, Water-Resources Investigations ReportU.S.
Geological Survey Place-Based Studies Program and in cooperation with the U.S. Coastal groundwater flow investigations at the Cutler site of the Biscayne Bay south of Miami, Florida, gave rise to the dominating concept of density-driven flow of seawater into coastal aquifers indicated as a saltwater wedge.
Within that wedge, convection-type return flow of seawater and a dispersion zone were concluded to be the cause of the Biscayne aquifer ‘seawater wedge.’Cited by: 3.
1. Introduction  This paper examines the hydrogeologic factors that influence the magnitude of submarine groundwater discharge to the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, in an area west of the Mississippi River delta. Previous work by Krest et al. and Moore and Krest suggested that groundwater discharge may be significant in this region of the Gulf, with discharge rates on the Cited by: Apparently, Provost et al.
did not fully consider the physical meaning of Fig. 11 in Weyer taken from a publication of the USGS (Springfield ).Springfield’s report documents artesian (flowing) discharge of deep groundwater flow systems to the surface in all of southern Florida including the coastal area in general and the area of Biscayne Bay in : Klaus Udo Weyer.
Christian D. Langevin has written: 'Simulation of ground-water discharge to Biscayne Bay, southeastern Florida' -- subject(s): Computer simulation, Groundwater flow 'Modflow' -.
projects > ground-water discharge to biscayne bay > abstract. Ground-Water Discharges to Biscayne Bay. Project Chief: John A. Passehl Several surveys during the late 19th and early 20th centuries describe the occurrence of large quantities of ground-water flow to Biscayne Bay by way of underground channels or conduits.
Water samples collected from Biscayne Bay along the Coconut Grove transect plotted within the range of values that is representative of ground water (oxygen values from to + per mil and deuterium values from to + per mil), with oxygen values of + and + per mil and deuterium values of + and + per mil.
An attempt has been made to study the subsurface groundwater discharge (SGD) in the coastal Cuddalore region of south east India. Measurement for Radon, water level, Electrical Conductivity (EC) and pH in surface water for a total of twenty hours by hourly interval has been attempted and further correlated with tidal values calculated by WX Tide 32 by: 3.Full text of "Mowry Canal (C): Water Quality and Discharge into Biscayne Bay, Florida, " See other formats Report SFRC/06 Mowry Canal (C): Water Quality and Discharge into Biscayne Bay, Florida, Everglades National Park, South Florida Research Canter, P.O.
BoxHomestead, Florida Digitized by the Internet Archive in with funding from LYRASIS .rates and patterns of submarine ground-water discharge. Inthe U.S. Geological Survey initiated a project, in cooperation with the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers, to quantify the rates and patterns of submarine ground-water discharge to Biscayne rates have been incorporated into the circulation model, which is currently under development by the Corps.