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ID 07SGD01
Also Known As B-2-07-FL
Abstract United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Coastal and Marine Geology Program,South Florida Water Management District,Florida International University. Chief Scientist: Pete Swarzenski. Geochemical and Geophysical data of field activity 07SGD01 (B-2-07-FL) in Florida Bay, Barnes Sound, Blackwater Sound from 09/04/2007 to 09/09/2007
Organization United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Coastal and Marine Geology Program
South Florida Water Management District
Florida International University
Project/Theme Submarine Groundwater Discharge
Chief Scientist Pete Swarzenski
Activity Type Geochemical and Geophysical
Platform Barge
Area of Operation Florida Bay, Barnes Sound, Blackwater Sound, Florida
Bounding Coordinates
-87.75000     -78.25000
Ports LEAVE Key Largo, FL
ARRIVE Key Largo, FL
Dates 09/04/2007 (JD 247) to 09/09/2007 (JD 252)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Christopher Reich
Marci Marot
Pete Swarzenski USGS
Chris Reich USGS
Marci Marot USGS
Rene Price FIU
Jeremy Stalker FIU
Dave Rudnick SFWMD
Collection of Radon and Resistivity profiles in Florida Bay and surrounding
waters to look for SGD that may be enhancing the recent algal blooms in the
Information to be Derived
Resistivity profiles through various portions of Florida Bay, Barnes Sound and
Blackwater sound looking for variations in subsurface resistivity which either
represent lithologic or groundwater salinity changes. Radon mapping concurrent
with resistivity provides additional data for the detection of enhanced
groundwater surface water interaction (SGD).
Approximately 45 line kilometers per day was collected during the study. This
included resistivity, radon and continuous surface water quality (salinity,
temperature, pH). Shinn, Reich and Hickey installed numerous monitoring wells
in Florida Bay in the mid 1990s and were revisited during this trip to collect
various groundwater parameters. Wells were selected in the study region of
eastern Florida Bay and were sampled for nutrients, trace metals, field
parameters (temp, salinity, pH), and Radon and Radium isotopes.
Platform used; Aluminum 25ft barge
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