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The city of Lakeland's northeast wellfield from conceptualization to production

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Authors:Drake, Charles W.; LaFrenz, W. Bruce; Dennis, W. Michael
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Florida Association of Professional Geologists, United States
Other:
Breedlove, Dennis & Associates, United States
Volume Title:Professional Geologist
Source:The Professional Geologist, 56(4), p.13-18, 41. Publisher: American Institute of Professional Geologists, Arvada, CO, United States. ISSN: 0279-0521
Publication Date:2019
Note:In English. 13 refs.; illus., incl. sect., sketch map
Summary:This article describes the 30-year history of the City of Lakeland, Florida northeast wellfield from project conceptualization to production and continued monitoring. It also describes a multi-disciplinary approach to evaluation of causes of water-stress of on-site wetlands and the successful interpretation of causes and possible remedies. Implementation of restoration activities agreed between the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) and the City of Lakeland in 2007 allows the City to withdraw groundwater from a stable source of supply without harming nearby wetlands. The restoration project reversed hydrologic changes and harm caused by historical agricultural and silvicultural practices.
Subjects:Degradation; Drinking water; Ground water; Human activity; Hydrogeology; Hydrology; Hydrostratigraphy; Monitoring; Production; Reclamation; Water management; Water resources; Water supply; Water wells; Wetlands; Florida; Polk County Florida; Southwest Florida Water Management District; United States; Lakeland Florida
Coordinates:N264500 N293000 W0812000 W0824500
N280228 N280228 W0815732 W0815732
Record ID:874149-2
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