Upper Floridan: South-Central
Water levels in five wells were used to define groundwater conditions in the Upper Floridan aquifer in south-central Georgia. Water generally is confined in this area of the Upper Floridan aquifer but locally is unconfined in karst areas in Lowndes County. Water levels in this area are affected by changes in pumping and by precipitation. Climatic effects are more pronounced in areas where the aquifer is close to land surface, such as the karst area in Lowndes County and near the Flint River in the northwestern part of Worth County.
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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