Upper Floridan: Northern Coast
Water levels in two wells were used to define groundwater conditions in the Upper Floridan aquifer in the northern coastal area. Water is confined in the southeast area of the Upper Florida aquifer and is semiconfined in the northwest area, and water levels are influenced by climatic effects and agricultural pumping. Hydrographs for the two wells (below) illustrate monthly mean water levels for the period of record. The hydrographs show periodic upward or downward trends that reflect surplus or deficits in rainfall, respectively, and changes in pumping.
Period of Record (POR) and Ten Year Trends
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Well Locations with Ten Year Trend Icons
Arrow icons represent upward or downward water level trend. Calculations based on last 10 years of data.
Dot icon represents trend slope less than 0.01 ft/yr. or less than 100 data points from the last 10yrs. of data.
Split color icons represent wells with graphs.
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Monthly Mean Data Graphs
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