Ground-water recharge from streamflow data, NW Florida

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Annual base flows of streams draining Okaloosa County and adjacent areas in northwest Florida were determined through hydrograph separation and correlation techniques for purposes of evaluating variations in ground-water recharge rates. Base flows were least in the northern part of the county and greatest in the southern part. Topographic and soils data were then superimposed on the distribution of base flow by subbasin to produce a map showing distribution of ground-water recharge throughout the county. The highest recharge rate occurs in the southern part of the county where relatively flat upland areas underlain by excessively drained sandy soils result in minimal storm runoff and evapotranspiration.
Publication type Conference Paper
Publication Subtype Conference Paper
Title Ground-water recharge from streamflow data, NW Florida
ISBN 0872628116
Year Published 1991
Language English
Publisher Publ by ASCE
Publisher location New York, NY, United States
First page 153
Last page 160
Conference Title Proceedings of the 1991 National Conference on Irrigation and Drainage
Conference Location Honolulu, HI, USA
Conference Date 22 July 1991 through 26 July 1991
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