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Publication type: Report: Publication Subtype: USGS Numbered Series: Title: Quantifying submarine groundwater discharge to Indian River Lagoon, FloridaAuthor: Peter W. Swarzenski, J.B. Martin, J.E. Cable, M.K. Lindenberg, Betsy Boynton, Rita Bowker, G.C. Sigu. Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge to Indian River Lagoon, Florida Hydrogeology: The hydrogeology along the northeastern coast of Florida can be broadly divided into two aquifer systems – the Surficial and the Floridan aquifer system (Fig.
Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge To Indian River Lagoon, Florida Figure 1. Sampling for submarine groundwater discharge in Indian River Lagoon. Introduction The Indian River Lagoon system (Fig. 1) extends over km along the east-central coast of Florida and consists of three inter-connected lagoonal basins: Mosquito, Banana River, andAuthor: Peter W.
Swarzenski, J.B. Martin, J.E. Cable, M.K. Lindenberg, Betsy Boynton, Rita Bowker, G.C. Sigu. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge to Indian River Lagoon, Florida: Authors: Peter W.
Swarzenski U. Geological Survey: Jonathan B. Martin Department of Geological Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL: Jaye E. Cable Department of Oceanography, Louisiana State University.
Here we report on Year-1 results from a co-operative (USGS-UF-LSU) project that is investigating the role of submarine groundwater discharge into Indian River Lagoon, Florida. Figure 2. Parameters of submarine ground water discharge. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Authors: Peter Swarzenski, Jonathan Martin, Jaye Cable, Rita Bowker: Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge to Indian River Lagoon, Florida: Geochemistry: To derive estimates of ground-water seepage into Indian River Lagoon.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Authors: Peter Swarzenski, Jonathan Martin, Jaye Cable, Rita Bowker: Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge to Indian River Lagoon, Florida. Submarine Ground-Water Discharge in Upper Indian River Lagoon, Florida.
By Peter W. Swarzenski 1, Jonathan B. Martin 2, and Jaye C. Cable 3 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Fourth Street South, Saint Petersburg, FL, 2 University of Florida, Department of Geological Sciences, Gainesville, FL, 3 Louisiana State University, Department of Oceanography, Baton Rouge LA, The Indian River Lagoon (IRL) is a mile long estuary located on Florida’s East Coast.
The lagoon is long and narrow, occurring between approximately 27 and 29 North latitude. The IRL system is comprised of three distinct water bodies, Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River, and the Indian River.
The IRL is an estuary, not a river. Evaluating the source and seasonality of submarine groundwater discharge using a radon pore water transport model Article in Earth and Planetary Science Letters () September. An annual recharge cycle causing a seasonal inflow and outflow of seawater within an unconfined coastal aquifer is a new concept introduced by a team at MIT (Michael et al., ).This group had shown earlier via a seepage meter survey of Waquoit Bay that the groundwater discharge was largely saline (Michael et al., ).To explain the source and timing of the high flux of salty water Cited by: QUANTIFYING SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE TO INDIAN RIVER LAGOON FLORIDA Download Quantifying Submarine Groundwater Discharge To Indian River Lagoon Florida ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to QUANTIFYING SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE TO INDIAN RIVER LAGOON FLORIDA book. However, there is a growing recognition that the submarine discharge of fresh groundwater into coastal oceans is just as important as river discharge in some areas of the coastal ocean.
 Magnitudes of terrestrial (fresh) and marine (saline) sources of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) are estimated for a transect across Indian River Lagoon, Florida. Two independent techniques (seepage meters and pore water Cl − concentrations) show terrestrial SGD decreases linearly to around 22 m offshore, and these techniques, together with a model based on the width of the outflow.
Submarine Ground-Water Discharge in Upper Indian River Lagoon, Florida By Peter W. Swarzenski1, Jonathan B. Martin2 and Jaye C. Cable3 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Fourth Street South, Saint Petersburg, FL, 2 University of Florida, Department.
Book: Title: Quantification of ground water discharge and nutrient loading to the Indian River Lagoon: Series number: SJSP5: Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: St. John's River Water Management District: Contributing office(s) Coastal and Marine Geology Program: Description: p.
Country: United States: State: Florida. Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD), the direct discharge of groundwater into the sea, is abundant around the globe.
Fresh SGD can occur as focused flow in submarine springs. Additional Physical Format: Quantifying submarine groundwater discharge to Indian River Lagoon (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government. Swarzenski, Peter, Reich, Chris, and Rudnick, David,Examining submarine ground-water discharge into Florida Bay by using Rn and continuous resistivity profiling: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report66 p. Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) is a hydrological process which commonly occurs in coastal areas. It is described as submarine inflow of fresh- and brackish groundwater from land into the sea.
Submarine Groundwater Discharge is controlled by several forcing mechanisms, which cause a hydraulic gradient between land and sea. Considering the different regional settings the discharge. To separately quantify the roles of fresh and saline submarine groundwater discharge (SGD), relative to that of rivers, in transporting nutrients to Tampa Bay, Florida, we used three approaches (Darcy's Law calculations, a watershed water budget, and a Rn mass-balance) to estimate rate of SGD from the Pinellas peninsula.
Groundwater samples were collected in 69 locations in the coastal. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.
Skip to Main Content. Our study specifically focuses on a portion of the Indian River Lagoon that is located ∼ km north of Melbourne, Florida, and ∼ km south of Eau Gallie, Florida (Fig. 1b and c).Freshwater is delivered to the studied portion of the Indian River Lagoon via direct precipitation, urban runoff, discharge of the Eau Gallie River and Crane Creek, and terrestrial SGD (Martin et al., ).Cited by: Investigation of Submarine Groundwater Discharge along the Tidal Reach of the Caloosahatchee River, Southwest Florida By Christopher D.
Reich Prepared in cooperation with the South Florida Water Management District Open-File Report – U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. Located along Florida’s east-central coast, the Indian River Lagoon(IRL)isashallow(meandepth m)andnarrow(3 km submarine groundwater discharge (SGD), and inﬂows from tributaries Map of the Indian River Lagoon showing the ﬁve segments, 20 sampling sites, and four reference sites.
File Size: 1MB. Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center (SPCMSC) and USGS Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center (CFWSC) in Davies, working in collaboration with the St.
Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) investigated submarine groundwater discharge at Eau Gallie North, a site along the western shore in the central section of the lagoon. Year Published: Distribution of modern salt-marsh Foraminifera from the eastern Mississippi Sound, U.S.A.
This study documented surface distributions of live and dead foraminiferal assemblages in the low-gradient tidal marshes of the barrier island and estuarine complex of the eastern Mississippi Sound (Grand Bay, Pascagoula River, Fowl River, Dauphin Island).
Definition of submarine groundwater discharge We have noted confusion in the literature concerning use of the term “groundwater discharge” (e.g., see comment to Moore, by Younger, and subsequent reply on whether groundwater2 is meteori-cally derived or “any water in the ground”).
The mostFile Size: 1MB. Looking north from the boardwalk on the western side of Blowing Rocks Preserve, at the exposed tidal flats of the Indian River Lagoon. Details. Image Dimensions: x Date Taken: Thursday, Ap Location Taken: FL, US. Photographer.
Radium isotopes as sediment-water interface tracers [electronic resource]: Indian River Lagoon, Florida / by Peter W. Swarzenski U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S.
Geological Survey, Center for Coastal Geology Saint Petersburg, FL Australian/Harvard Citation. Swarzenski, Peter W. & United States. Department of the Interior. Investigation of Submarine Groundwater Discharge along the Tidal Reach of the Caloosahatchee River, Southwest Florida Investigation of Submarine Groundwater Discharge along the Tidal Reach of the Caloosahatchee River, Southwest Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report20 p., plus apps., p. A1-A Contents. Groundwater Ra activities were among the highest we have observed in nearly 15 years studying submarine groundwater discharge (Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, Table 4).The key influence appears to be local deposits of phosphorite, a naturally occurring phosphate-bearing mineral that also contains appreciable quantities of uranium and its decay products (Miller et al.,Cowart and Burnett Cited by: Magnitudes of submarine groundwater discharge from marine and terrestrial sources: Indian River Lagoon, Florida Jonathan B.
Martin,1 Jaye E. Cable,2 Christopher Smith,2 Moutusi Roy,1 and Jennifer Cherrier3 Received 20 June ; revised 17 January ; Cited by: Radium isotopes as sediment-water interface tracers; Indian River Lagoon, Florida Open-File Report By: Peter W.
Swarzenski. Scientists and technical staff within the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program study coastal and ocean resources from shorelines and estuaries to the continental shelf and deep sea, providing expertise, tools, products, and data that address and inform a broad array of resource challenges facing our Nation.
RADIUM ISOTOPES AS SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE TRACERS: INDIAN RIVER LAGOON, FLORIDA by Peter W. Swarzenski U.S. Geological Survey Center for Coastal Geology 4th Street South Saint Petersburg, FL Open File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorial Author: Peter W. Swarzenski. This study is part of a series of cooperative investigations conducted from to by the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) and the United States Geological Survey St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center (USGS).
Areas of study include inland and offshore waters and adjacent terrain throughout much of the SJRWMD. Magnitudes of submarine groundwater discharge from marine and terrestrial sources: Indian River Lagoon, Florida.
Water Resources Research. W • Relevant research is ongoing at Nova Southeastern University, USGS, Florida Atlantic University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Watershed scale assessment of nitrogen and phosphorus loadings in the Indian River Lagoon basin, Florida Article in Journal of Environmental Management 67(4) May with Reads.
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 .Jeffrey King is a Research Hydrologist with the Florida Water Science Center in southern Florida.
King is primarily interested in the role that physical processes play in driving chemical and biological processes in water bodies and within hydrologic systems.Here we report on Year-1 results from a co-operative (USGS-UF-LSU) project that is investigating the role of submarine groundwater discharge into Indian River Lagoon, Florida.
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