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Effects of land use on surface-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida
Bradley G Waller
|Statement||by Bradley G. Waller ; prepared in cooperation with the Metropolitan Dade County Planning Department|
|Series||Water resources investigations -- 81-59|
|Contributions||Dade County (Fla.). Planning Dept, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Get this from a library. Effects of land use on surface-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida. [Bradley G Waller; Metropolitan Dade County (Fla.). The federal and state governments incorporated this 10 ppb as the strict water quality standard for surface water total phosphorus concentrations in the Everglades.
However, interpretation and application of this standard would be unique for the various areas of. Bradley G Waller has written: 'Effects of land use on surface-water quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida' -- subject(s): Water quality Asked in Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences.
Eric Swain has lived in Miami for over 37 years and researched South Florida hydrology with the USGS since With over publications in water resources and fluid mechanics, Eric has developed a variety of analyses and models to understand the hydrologic system and.
Presented below are water quality standards that are in effect for Clean Water Act purposes. Table: Surface Water Quality Criteria representative of present flow conditions, based on evidence of land use or other changes affecting the flow) or theFile Size: KB.
Effects of Land Use on Surface Water Quality in the East Everglades, Dade County, Florida. U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigations Report 81– Walters, C.J.
South Florida Ecosystem Assessment: Everglades Water Management, Soil Loss, Eutrophication and Habitat - EPA R, September Executive Summary The United States Environmental Protection Agency South Florida Ecosystem Assessment Project is an innovative, long-term research, monitoring and assessment effort.
AN ATLAS OF THE EVERGLADES AGRICULTURAL AREA SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT BASINS By Richard M. Cooper DR E Water Resources Division Resource Planning Department South Florida Water Management District.
AN ATLAS OF THE EVERGLADES AGRICULTURAL AREA SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT BASINS water use, water quality, and File Size: 4MB. levels throughout southern Dade County, and probably reduced freshwater flow to Florida Bay. The primary purpose of this report is to inform Everglades National Park management about the effects of changing water management in the LN, LW and C.
Land Use and Water Quality Correlations in Miami-Dade, Florida Quality Correlations in Miami-Dade, Florida, having been approved in respect to style Miami-Dade County land use and water quality are correlated.
Through statistical factor and cluster analysis, it is apparent that agricultural areas are associated with higher. Human-environment interaction in South Florida's Everglades region: Systems of ecological degradation and restoration.
Dade County and in a stretch of territory running northward from the. flow through the Everglades under topographic and hydraulic gra-“The outline of this Florida end-of-land, within the Gulf of Mexico, the shallows of the Bay of Florida and the Gulf Stream, is like a long pointed spoon.
That is the visible shape of the rock that holds up out of. The initial draining and dredging of the Everglades and the Cross-Florida Barge Canal project offer valuable insight into the history and effects of dredging in Florida.
The drainage of the Everglades began in with the hope that at leastacres of wetlands would. Effects of Canals and Levees on Everglades Ecosystems: Circular 4 Effects of Canals and Levees on Water Quality Nutrient Enrichment A major impact on Everglades structure and function has been the delivery of agricultural nutrients, especially phosphorus, into wetlands by the canal system.
Small quan-File Size: 3MB. April Cycle Application No. 5 As further revised on Wednesday, Octo Requested Text Amendment: Staff proposes to change the text of Open Land Subarea 4 (East Everglades Residential Areas) in the Land Use Element of the CDMP to.
Table 1 Tecnnical Reports and Working Papers East Everglades Resources Planning Project PLANNING/LAND USE Management Objectives for the East Everglades Resources Planning Project, Dade County Planning Department. This paper derives objectives for the East Everglades study from existing laws, plans, policies, and objectives.
The Florida Everglades had a turbulent and violent history in the years from to Spain still owned Florida inbut the U.S.
government was fighting Indians who were feuding with American settlers in Florida and south Georgia. The Florida legislature enacts the Everglades Forever Act. The Act eliminates the SWIM plan and establishes a narrative water quality standard for phosphorus that prohibits waters in the Everglades Protection Area to be altered so as to More.
Excluding coastal areas, urban development in Broward County and the northern part of Miami-Dade County constitutes approximately 49 percent of the total land area, and has a significant impact on surface water quality.
In many of the coastal areas in the region, the infrastructure to convey stormwater and sewage is outdated. Discharge and salinity were measured along the southwest and the southeast coast of Florida in Everglades National Park (ENP) within several rivers and creeks from through Data were collected using hydro-acoustic instruments and continuous water-quality monitors at fixed monitoring stations.
Water flowed through ENP within two distinct drainage basins; specifically, Shark Slough and. Everglades National Park is an American national park that protects the southern twenty percent of the original Everglades in Florida. The park is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States, and the largest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi River.
An Location: Miami-Dade, Monroe, & Collier .Audubon Florida Everglades Land Assessment July 8, 2 For the STAs, no. To support the core missions of water quality improvement and natural resource protection, the sugarcane lease on the STA 1W outparcel should not be renewed.
The parcel should be used for water storage or some other benefit to the natural system to enhance habitat. Welcome to the South Florida Information Access (SOFIA) Website. South Florida is one of several study areas within USGS Priority Ecosystems Science (PES; formerly "Place-Based Studies").
PES was established to enable the USGS to enhance its scientific assistance to resource managers who require an improved scientific information base to resolve or prevent complex resource conflicts or.