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1. Configuration of the Base of the Surficial Aquifer System in Dade County, USGS WRIR 90-4108, figure 13 [USGS_SOFIA_dade_config_base_surficial_arc]
Contours of the base of the surficial aquifer system are shown on this map. The base of the aquifer system occurs at a relatively uniform elevation of 180 to 220 ft. below sea level over most of Dade ...


2. Altitude of the base of the surficial aquifer system in eastern Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie counties, Florida, USGS WRIR 99-4214, fig. 1 [USGS_SOFIA_ch1999cont_arc]
The surficial aquifer system underlies Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties and primarily consists of sand, clay, silt, shell, and limestone of Holocene, Pleistocene, and Pliocene age. Its thickness ...


3. Approximate Eastern Limit of the Gray Limestone Aquifer in Dade County, USGS WRIR 90-4108, figure 14 [USGS_SOFIA_glime_limit_dade_east_arc]
An aquifer identified by Fish (1988) in Broward County, composed of predominantly gray (in places, greenish-gray or tan) limestone of the lower part and locally the middle part of the Tamiami Formation, ...


4. Approximate Western Limit of the Biscayne Aquifer in Dade County, USGS WRIR 90-4108, figure 16 [USGS_SOFIA_dade_biscayne_limit_west_arc]
The map shows the approxiamte western limit of the Biscayne aquifer in Miami-Dade County. Southeastern Florida is underlain by geologic units of varying permeability from land surface ...


5. Configuration of the Base of the Biscayne Aquifer in Dade County, USGS WRIR 90-4108, figure 16 [USGS_SOFIA_dade_config_base_biscayne_arc]
The map shows the altitude below sea level of the base of the Biscayne aquifer in Miami-Dade County. The contour interval is 10 feet. Southeastern Florida is underlain by geologic units ...


6. Configuration of the Base of the Gray Limestone Aquifer in Dade County, Fl, USGS WRIR 90-4108, figure 15 [USGS_SOFIA_dade_config_base_glime_arc]
Contours of the altitude below sea level of the base of the highly permeable gray limestone aquifer in the Tamiami Formation are shown in this map. The aquifer, as mapped, includes all intervals of ...


7. Generalized Configuration of the Base of the Surficial Aquifer System in Broward County, USGS WRIR 87-4034, figure 35 [USGS_SOFIA_brwd_config_base_surficial_arc]
This map shows the altitude of the base of the surficial aquifer system below sea level. In addition to the test holes drilled in this study, eight others from Parker and others (1955) or from the ...


8. Thickness of the Gray Limestone Aquifer, Southern Florida, USGS WRIR 99-4213 figure 16 [USGS_SOFIA_glime_thkness_arc]
The thickness of the gray limestone aquifer generally ranges from 30 to 100 ft. The map shows the thickness of the gray limestone aquifer in southern Florida. The contour interval is 50 feet. ...


9. Thickness of the upper confining unit of the gray limestone aquifer, southern Florida, USGS WRIR 99-4213 figure 22 [USGS_SOFIA_glime_thk_ucu_arc]
The upper confining unit of the gray limestone aquifer ranges from 20 to 60 ft in thickness in most of the study area, but is absent to the west and southwest in much of Collier County and most of ...


10. Traces of hydrogeologic sections A-A', A'-A", B-B', and C-C' in the study area, southern Florida, WRIR 99-4213 figure 9 [USGS_SOFIA_glimehydrogeo_arc]
Four hydrogeologic sections show lithostratigraphic units and structure in the study area. Hydrogeologic sections A-A' and A'-A" extend northwest to southeast from southern Hendry County to southern ...


11. Hydrogeology of the Surficial Aquifer System in Southwest Florida [USGS_SOFIA_metweed]
The objective of this project is to provide to hydrologic modelers a three-dimensional database of the geologic and hydrologic properties of the sediments and rocks of the surficial aquifer system ...


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