Kenner, W. E.
Stage characteristics of Florida lakes.
Florida Geological Survey,
(Information Circular (Florida Geological Survey) ;, 31)
Florida's lakes have played an important roll in the
development of the state and day by day they are becoming
more important. The future well-being of the state depends
to a large extent on the wise management of this valuable
natural resource. Wise management needs large amounts
of information and, yet, published information about Florida's
lakes has consistently fallen behind the need.
Recognizing this fact, the Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund entered into cooperative agreements with
the U. S. Geological Survey to provide for the collection and
dissemination of lake information.
This report, prepared at Ocala, Florida, under the
supervision of A. O. Patterson, district engineer, U. S.
Geological Survey, is part of the work. It has been written
with the sincere hope that the knowledge it imparts will lead
to the solution of some of the lake problems that Florida
faces today. (Document contains 90 pages.)
Monograph or Serial issue
||Stage characteristics of Florida lakes
|Kenner, W. E.|
||Information Circular (Florida Geological Survey) ;
||Florida Geological Survey
|Place of Publication:
||14 Feb 2008 17:10
||29 Sep 2011 21:46
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