3 edition of Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys found in the catalog.
Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys
1994 by U.S. Geological Survey, Center for Coastal Geology in St. Petersburg, Fla .
Written in English
|Other titles||Fate and pathways of injection well effluent in the Florida Keys.|
|Statement||by Eugene A. Shinn, Ronald S. Reese, and Christopher D. Reich ; prepared for State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, in cooperation with NOAA Sanctuaries Reserves Division, NOAA National Underwater Research Program, Florida Keys Sanctuary Advisory Committee.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 94-276., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-276.|
|Contributions||Reese, Ronald S., Reich, Christopher D., Center for Coastal Geology (Geological Survey)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 116 p.|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Fate and Pathways of Injection-Well Effluent in the Florida Keys Open-File Report By: Eugene A. Shinn, Ronald S. Reese, and Christopher D.
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Fate and Pathways of Injection-well Effluent in the Florida Keys. U.S. Geological Survey., Open-File Report St. Petersburg, Florida. Google Scholar United States Environmental Protection Agency. Cited by: The role of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary in the South Florida Ecosystem restoration initiative.
In Porter, J. W., and Porter, K. (eds.), The Everglades, Florida Bay and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: an Ecosystem Sourcebook. of any individual sewage treatment effluent injection well in Florida, including aquifer recharge and salt water intrusion barrier systems.
However, most of the sewage treatment effluent wells reported to be operating in Florida are in the Florida Keys, Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys book marine environment. Fresh water sewage treatment. derived nitrate in the subsurface of a Florida Keys residential community (Key Colony Beach, FL) that uses this disposal method, analyzing samples from 21 monitoring wells and two canal sites.
Wastewater Management Improvements in the Florida Keys, Florida Prepared For The Federal Emergency Management Agency Class I Injection Well – The first of five well classifications developed by the U.S. Effluent – The waste stream from a.
The Florida Keys extend into a km arc from just south of Miami, FL, to the southwest, terminating in Key West, with the remote Marquesas Keys and Dry Tortugas to the west ().The present-day coral reef ecosystem is located approximately 10 km off the seaward coast of Cited by: QUALITY OF WATER RECOVERED FROM A Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys book EFFLUENT INJECTION WELL IN THE FLORIDAN AQUIFER SYSTEM, POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA By Donald J.
McKenzie and G. Irwin ABSTRACT Approximately 69 million gallons of backflow from an injection well used for the disposal of secondary treated municipal effluent in the FloridanCited by: 2.
Viral tracer studies have been used previously to study the potential for wastewater contamination of surface marine waters in the Upper and Middle Florida Keys. Two bacteriophages, the marine bacteriophage φHSIC and the Salmonella phage PRD1, were used as tracers Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys book injection well and septic tank studies in Saddlebunch Keys of the Lower Florida Keys and in septic tank studies.
Environmental Impact of Wastewater Disposal in the Florida Keys, Monroe County 3 Environmental Impact of Wastewater Disposal in the Florida Keys, Monroe County According to the Florida Department of Health, there are more than million on-site sewage treatment and disposal systems (septic systems) across the state.
Rural areas haveFile Size: KB. other than treated effluent Fate and pathways of injection-well effluent in the Florida Keys book, chemicals, nutrients, or microorganisms for in situ aquifer remediation) please see program guidance policy BPSS 1.
Definition: ChapterFlorida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), defines an injection well as an underground disposal device whose depth is greater than the dimension of width or Size: 54KB. Fate of wastewater-borne nutrients under low discharge conditions in the subsurface of the Florida Keys, USA.
Marine Chemis p. Dillon, K.S., D.R. Corbett, J.P. Chanton, W.C. Burnett, and D.J. Furbish. The use of sulfur hexafluoride (SF 6) as a tracer of septic tank effluent in the Florida Keys. BPSS-8 Effluent Disposal via Injection Well. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land.
The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s. Master Plan. Inwith nearshore water quality deteriorating around the Florida Keys, the State of Florida mandated through legislation that the entire island chain install advanced wastewater treatment systems to eliminate the use of tens of thousands of septic tanks, illegal cesspits and ineffective small treatment units.
InMonroe County completed the. CDWWTP IW-1 Class V Injection Well Des’ Sub-Floridan Confinement Zone Potential Injection Zone 0 Base of USDW at 1,’ bls Boulder Zone 3,’ 2,’ Well IW-1 Actual Casing Depths to Date •inch.
Viral tracer studies indicate contamination of marine waters by sewage disposal practices in key largo, Florida.
Paul JH, Rose JB, Brown J, Shinn EA, Miller S, Farrah SR. Domestic wastewater disposal practices in the Florida Keys are primarily limited to on-site disposal systems such as septic tanks, injection wells, and illegal by: At its Oct.
12 meeting, the Governing Board was presented a draft concept for using deep injection wells north of Lake Okeechobee to help reduce freshwater discharges from the lake to coastal estuaries during emergency events when significant rainfall creates excessive stormwater runoff.
Presentation: District Concept for Deep Injection Wells in the Northern Everglades. Wastewater Management Improvements in the Florida Keys, Florida Prepared For The Federal Emergency Management Agency Region IV Chamblee-Tucker Rd. Atlanta, GA Prepared By URS Group, Inc.
Orchard Ridge Drive, Suite Gaithersburg, MD South Royal Poinciana Blvd. Suite Miami Springs, FL Decem HYDROLOGIC MONITORING OF A DEEP-WELL WASTE-INJECTION SYSTEM NEAR PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MARCH MARCH By C. Pascale and J.
Martin ABSTRACT This report presents the hydraulic and chemical data collected from March to March through a monitoring program at a deep-wellCited by: 3. Injection wells IW–1, IW–3, and IW–4 stressed the aquifer system with injection of as much as cubic meters of effluent per second.
Injection well IW–2 stressed the aquifer system with pressure release from the injection zone, caused by reverse flow of as much as cubic meters of formation fluid mixed with effluent per second. Florida International University FIU Digital Commons FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations University Graduate School Geochemical Determination of the Fate and Transport of Injected Fresh Wastewater to a Deep Saline Aquifer Virginia M.
Walsh Florida International University, [email protected] DOI: / • Largest water and sewer utility in Florida, serving more than million residents • Water System: 3 large regional and 5 small water treatment plants Supplying million gallons per day (MGD) 90% of the County’s public water supply Per capita water use gpcpdretail customers 15 wholesale customersFile Size: 1MB.
As part of EPA's Fiscal Year Appropriations bill, Congress included the following provision: “Within available funds, the conferees direct EPA to conduct a relative risk assessment of deep well injection, ocean disposal, surface discharge, and aquifer recharge of treated effluent in South Florida, in close cooperation with the Florida.
Assessing the health of coral reef ecosystems in the Florida Keys at community, individual and cellular scales h [electronic resource] / by Elizabeth M. Fisher. [Tampa, Fla.]: b University of South Florida, 3 ABSTRACT: Coral reefs are threatened in Florida and worldwide.
WATER-QUALITY PROTECTION PROGRAM FOR THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY PHASE I REPORT U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Oceans and Coastal Protection Division J Contract No. C Work Assignment Prepared by Continental Shelf Associates, Inc.
Parkway Street Jupiter, Florida Telephone: (). Two artificial tracer experiments (June and September ) were conducted in a groundwater system surrounding a high-volume (– m 3 /d) wastewater disposal well in the Florida Keys to determine the fate of wastewater borne phosphate in the subsurface.
SF 6 served as the conservative groundwater tracer in both experiments. Cited by: Chapter 64E-6 Florida Administrative Code- Standards for Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems Place each tab in your book setting it down one notch until you get to the bottom of a page.
Injection well & nutrient reducing system. Location/Design 54) 64E (1)(b)(3 The ground surface within a distance of at least 10 ft in File Size: KB. Chapter Page Types of Reuse Applications in Florida 69 Regionalizing Reclaimed Water in the Tampa Bay Area 70 References 71 3 TECHNICAL ISSUES IN PLANNING WATER REUSE SYSTEMS 77 Planning Approach 77 Preliminary Investigations 78 Screening of Potential Markets 78 Detailed Evaluation of.
Boyer, J. and H. Briceno. annual report of the water quality monitoring project for the water quality protection program of the Florida Keys National Marine Sactuary. Florida International University, Miami, FL.
cited in Dailer et al. () freshwater effluent from SGD, originating from injection wells, are likely impacting Florida coral reefs by providing excess amounts of nutrients.
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