Saline-water intrusion related to well construction in Lee County, Florida
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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Div. in Tallahassee, Fla .
Written in English

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  • Saltwater encroachment -- Florida -- Lee County.

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Statementby D.H. Boggess, T.M. Missimer, and T.H. O"Donnell ; prepared in cooperation with the Board of County Commissioners of Lee County.
SeriesWater-resources investigations -- 77-33
ContributionsMissimer, T. M., O"Donnell, T. H., Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division, Board of County Commissioners of Lee County (Fla.)
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 29 p. :
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22427395M

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PDF | On Jan 1, , Durward H. Boggess and others published Saline water intrusion related to well construction in Lee County, Florida | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. SALINE-WATER INTRUSION FROM DEEP ARTESIAN SOURCES IN THE McGREGOR ISLES AREA OF LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA By C. R. Sproull, D. H. Boggess2, and H. J. Woodard 3 ABSTRACT Upward leakage of saline water from an artesian aquifer below 1, feet. Saline-water intrusion from deep artesian sources in the McGregor Isles area of Lee County, Florida (FGS: Information circular 75). Saline-water Intrusion Related to Well Construction in Lee County, Florida. Particular emphasis is placed on saline-water intrusion as related to the construction, operation, and maintenance of wells. HYDROLOGIC DATA FROM MONITORING OF SALINE-WATER INTRUSION IN THE CAPE CORAL AREA, LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA By Daniel J. Fitzpatrick ABSTRACT As a result of declining water levels and saline-water intru­ sion in the Cape Coral area, the U.S. Geological Survey in coopera­ tion with the City of Cape Coral established a monitoring well net­Author: D.J. Fitzpatrick.

LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA. TECHNICAL PUBLICATION # December WELL PLUGGING APPLICATIONS TO THE INTER-AQUIFER MIGRATION OF SALINE GROUNDWATER IN LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA by Wm. Scott Burns This publication was produced at an annual cost Three methods of saline intrusion related to well construction have been. Hydrogeology of Lee County, Florida, Durward H. Boggess Memorial Symposium, edited by Thomas M. Missimer and Thomas M. Scott. The information presented herein is valuable in. As a result of declining water levels and saltwater intrusion in the Cape Coral area, the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the City of Cape Coral, established a monitor well network in Cape Coral and adjacent areas in The network was designed to monitor water levels and water quality, to collect background data from water-bearing zones in the upper and lower parts of the. Boggess, D.H., , Saline ground-water resources of Lee County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report , 62 p. Boggess, D.H., , The shallow fresh-water system of Sanibel Island, Lee County, Florida, with emphasis on the sources and effects of saline water: Florida Bureau of Geology Report of Investigations 69, 52 p.

intrusion. Saline water intrusion, or encroachment, is defined in a more professional way by Freeze and Cherry () as “the migration of saltwater into freshwater aquifers under the influence of groundwater development.” Atkinson () details saltwater intrusion problems for the coastal areas of the United States. Saline water intrusion may. Saline-water intrusion from deep artesian sources in the McGregor Isles area of Lee County, Florida Unknown Binding – Related video shorts (0) Upload your video. Be the first video Your name here. No customer reviews. 5 star 5 star (0%) 0%: 4 star 4 star (0%) 0%:Author: Sproul, Charles R. Boggess, Durward H., ; Woodard, H. J., ; Geological Survey U.S. ; Florida. and O'Donnell, ). Boggess recognized that the deep aquifer intrusion of saline-water into the shallower fresh-water aquifers was not the only problem related to well construction (Figure 2). In Cape Coral, thousands of irrigation and single-family home supply . TESTS FOR INJECTING, STORING, AND RECOVERING FRESHWATER IN A SALINE ARTESIAN AQUIFER, LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA By D. J. Fitzpatrick ABSTRACT An investigation was made of the suitability of a saline, artesian lime­Cited by: 4.