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  • Expanded East-Central Florida Transient (ECFTX) Groundwater Model

    The Expanded East-Central Florida Transient (ECFTX) Groundwater Model is a three-dimensional model that extends from the Gulf of Mexico on the west to the Atlantic Ocean on the east and from southern Marion County in the north to the Highlands/Glades county line in the south. The model simulates groundwater flow in the surficial aquifer, intermediate aquifer/confining unit, Upper and Lower Floridan aquifers, and associated middle confining units. The model will be used to evaluate the effects from changes in groundwater withdrawals and other components of the water cycle on water levels in lakes, rivers, springs, and wetlands in support of the 2020 update of the Regional Water Supply Plan for the Central Florida Water Initiative area.

    12 68 Meetings 10 and 11 (Interim C... by mbarcelo
  • Minimum Flows and Levels for the Rainbow River System.

    This is the Independent Scientific Peer Review of Minimum Flows Proposed for the Rainbow River System.

    Minimum flows and levels are limits established by the District Governing Board for surface waters and groundwater that are intended to prevent significant harm to the water resources or ecology of an area that may be caused by water withdrawals. Proposed minimum flows for the Rainbow River System, including springs that contribute flow to the river, are summarized in a draft report and appendices.

    32 53 District Response to the Peer... by Kym Holzwart
  • Minimum Flows and Levels for the Pithlachascotee River

    This is the Independent Scientific Peer Review of Minimum Flows Proposed for the Pithlachascotee River. Minimum flows and levels are limits established by the District Governing Board for surface waters and groundwater that are intended to prevent significant harm to the water resources or ecology of an area that may be caused by water withdrawals. Proposed minimum flows for the Pithlachascotee River, including the upper, freshwater segment and the lower, estuarine segment are summarized in a draft report and appendices that will be reviewed by an independent panel of scientists.

    29 37 Typo from Bill-- SWFWMD not S... by BillDunn
  • Minimum Flows and Levels for the Crystal River/Kings Bay System

    Independent Scientific Peer Review of Minimum Flows Proposed for the Crystal River/Kings Bay System in Citrus County

    29 43 Summary for the December 5, 2... by Doug Leeper
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