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ID 92SPP03
Also Known As C-3-92-FL
Abstract United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Water Resources Division,Florida Department of Environmental Protection,National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,Florida Geological Survey,Environmental Protection Agency (Federal Region IV). Chief Scientist: Gene Shinn. Coring and Well Installation data (drillcore) of field activity 92SPP03 (C-3-92-FL) in Florida Bay and Florida Keys from 09/13/1992 to 09/29/1992
Organization United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Water Resources Division
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Florida Geological Survey
Environmental Protection Agency (Federal Region IV)
Project/Theme Fate and Pathways of Injection-well Effluent in the Florida Keys
Chief Scientist Gene Shinn
Activity Type Coring and Well Installation
Platform Captains Lady
Area of Operation Florida Bay and Florida Keys, Florida
Bounding Coordinates
-80.41867     -80.19633
Ports leave Key Largo, Florida
arrive Key Largo, Florida
Dates 09/13/1992 (JD 257) to 09/29/1992 (JD 273)
Analog Materials list
Information Specialist
Katie Ciembronowicz
Gene Shinn Chief Scientist, USGS St. Petersburg
Roy Gaensslen Ships Captain
Jack Kindinger Diver/geologist/driller, USGS St. Petersburg
Keith Ludwig Deck Hand, USGS St. Petersburg
Rich Young Deck Hand, USGS St. Petersburg
Bill Townsley Deck Hand, USGS St. Petersburg
Equipment Used
To determine if sewage effluents injected in Class V wells onshore are reaching 
offshore reef areas via underground flow.
Information to be Derived
Determine the subsurface lithofacies and their porosity to evaluate the 
possibility of groundwater flow through the region. Groundwater chemistry 
including: salinity, nutrients and bacteria.
Drilled 9 cores and installed wells off northern and middle Key Largo, Florida.
CAPTAIN'S LADY (50 ft charter) used with HALIMEDA (small boat).
Got Help? For 92SPP03, we would appreciate any information on -- contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, project number, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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92SPP03 location map of where navigation 

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92SPP03 location map of where navigation 

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