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Material Information

Title:
Dr. Garald Gordon Parker Collection
Physical Description:
7.13 : (15 boxes) ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Parker, Garald G. (Garald Gordon), 1905-

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Aquifers--Florida   ( lcsh )
Hydrogeology--Florida   ( lcsh )
Hydrology--Florida   ( lcsh )
Biscayne Aquifer (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Everglades (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Floridan Aquifer   ( lcsh )
Genre:
ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Scope and Content:
Following Garald Parker’s long career in Florida hydrology, his materials focus almost exclusively on ground water resources in southern Florida. The “Papers” boxes cover articles and other writings by Parker, along with the “Publications" boxes, which include other writings Parker collected. The “Projects” boxes are arranged around certain cases and may contain correspondence, reports, or court documents. Two other boxes deal with extensive materials Parker collected relating to two court cases. Parker’s “Notebooks” box includes a scrapbook of his time spent in the Everglades, along with his handwritten notes. There are also some materials relating to the courses he taught, mostly including his handouts, along with his lecture slides in the “Slides/Photos” boxes.
Preferred Citation:
Dr. Garald Gordon Parker Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library,  University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Acquisition:
Garald G. Parker
Biographical:
Garald G. Parker, often cited as the “Father of Florida groundwater hydrogeology,” had a long career studying and preserving groundwater resources, particularly in Florida. In 1939, Parker and other scientists were sent by the U. S. Geological Survey to discover the reason why wells in Miami were going salty during a drought. Parker worked in the Everglades from 1940-1947, studying the water levels of wells with indicators that were monitored by planes flying over the marsh. During this time, Parker discovered and described both the Biscayne Aquifer and the Floridan Aquifer, detailing the water landscape of southern Florida in his monumental 1,000 page report “Water Supply Paper 1255, Water Resources of Southeastern Florida” (1955). Parker’s work alerted Floridians to their ground-water resources, and resulted in the establishment of Florida’s five Water Management Districts (though the state was slow in doing so).  Parker also warned of the deleterious effects that unchecked settlement and water usage could have on the ground-water supply, such as the encroachment of salt water that brought Parker to south Florida in the first place. After leaving the U S. Geological Survey, Parker spent several years working as Chief Hydrologist for the Southwest Florida Water Management District, and then spent the last years of his active career working as a consultant.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at [url=http://www.copyright.gov/%C2%A0]http://www.copyright.gov/[/url]for more information.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - P06
usfldc handle - u29.254-p06-ead
System ID:
SFS0032069:00001


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Garald G. Parker, often cited as the Father of Florida groundwater hydrogeology, had a long career studying and preserving groundwater resources, particularly in Florida. In 1939, Parker and other scientists were sent by the U. S. Geological Survey to discover the reason why wells in Miami were going salty during a drought. Parker worked in the Everglades from 1940-1947, studying the water levels of wells with indicators that were monitored by planes flying over the marsh. During this time, Parker discovered and described both the Biscayne Aquifer and the Floridan Aquifer, detailing the water landscape of southern Florida in his monumental 1,000 page report Water Supply Paper 1255, Water Resources of Southeastern Florida (1955). Parkers work alerted Floridians to their ground-water resources, and resulted in the establishment of Floridas five Water Management Districts (though the state was slow in doing so).  Parker also warned of the deleterious effects that unchecked settlement and water usage could have on the ground-water supply, such as the encroachment of salt water that brought Parker to south Florida in the first place. After leaving the U S. Geological Survey, Parker spent several years working as Chief Hydrologist for the Southwest Florida Water Management District, and then spent the last years of his active career working as a consultant.
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Florida geologic map (1929) that was removed from the collection to be cataloged and added to the Rare Maps Collection, signed by Parker.
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Preferred Citation:
Dr. Garald Gordon Parker Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library,  University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Arrangement of Materials:
The boxes labeled Papers are works by Parker himself, arranged alphabetically by title. The Publications boxes include the collection of articles and other publications Parker collected by others, and are organized alphabetically by author or organization if possible. If not, the item is listed by title. Correspondence is arranged chronologically, and all other items are organized topically.
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Scope and Contents
Following Garald Parkers long career in Florida hydrology, his materials focus almost exclusively on ground water resources in southern Florida. The Papers boxes cover articles and other writings by Parker, along with the Publications" boxes, which include other writings Parker collected. The Projects boxes are arranged around certain cases and may contain correspondence, reports, or court documents. Two other boxes deal with extensive materials Parker collected relating to two court cases. Parkers Notebooks box includes a scrapbook of his time spent in the Everglades, along with his handwritten notes. There are also some materials relating to the courses he taught, mostly including his handouts, along with his lecture slides in the Slides/Photos boxes.
COLLECTION METADATA
BEGIN SUBORDINATE COMPONENTS
dsc combined
Detailed List of Contents
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Papers
c02 file
id114946
1
Folder 1
Affidavit concerning the Green Swamp
id114947
1
2
Application for Development Approval form
id114948
1
3
A Preliminary Assessment of the Quality of Ground Water and of Water Quality Problems in the Tampa Bay Region, 1976
id114949
1
4
A Preliminary Study of Hillsborough County's Water Supply Situation
id114950
1
5
Artificial Recharge and its Role in Scientific Water Management, with Emphasis on Long Island, New York
id114951
1
6
Brokaw and Pshtigo Area, Northeastern Wisconsin
id114952
1
7
Charmed Life, After 97 Years Marjory Stone Douglas Looks Back
id114953
1
8
Delaware River Basin
id114954
1
9
Description of Permit Requirements
id114955
1
10
Developmental Improvements of the Three Sisters Springs Area, Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida
id114956
1
11
Early Stage of Hydrogeology in the U.S., 1776 to 1912
id114957
1
12
Ecosystems Analysis of the Big Cypress Swamp and Estuaries
id115550
1
13
Feasibility of a dam and reservoir for water-supply purposes and potential aquifer recharge, Bullfrog Creek, southeast Hillsborough County, Florida
id114958
1
14
Geologic and Hydrolic Features of the Richland Area, Washington, Relevant to Disposal of Waste at the Hanford Operations of the Atomic Energy Commission Interim report no. 1
id114944
2
Papers
id114959
2
1
Gerald G. Parker & Associates materials
id114960
2
2
Ground Water
id114961
2
3
Ground Water in the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
id114962
2
4
Highlights of Water Management in the Southwest Florida Water Management District
id114963
2
5
Hydra
1969
id114964
2
6
Hydrogeology of the Three Sisters Springs, Crystal River Area, Citrus County, Florida
id114965
2
7
Hydrology Data, Idaho National Engineering Lab
id114966
2
8
Landform Development
id114967
2
9
No title (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114968
2
10
Officer's Cave, a Psudokarst Feature in Altered Tuff and Volcanic Ash of the John Day Formation in Eastern Oregon
id114969
2
11
On Developing Florida's Big Spring as Water-Supply Source (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114970
2
12
On Getting a Fair Share of Our Water Resources (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114971
2
13
On Hillsborough County's Water Supply Situation (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114972
2
14
On Increasing the Water Crop by Desalination of Salty Water (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114973
2
15
On Relationship of the Waccasassa and Withlacoochee Basins (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114974
2
16
On Revising the Mapped Drainage Area and Natural Flow System of the Withlacoochee River Basin in the Southwest Florida Water Management District
id114975
2
17
On Saving the Big Cypress and the Green Swamps of Florida (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114976
2
18
On Saving the Green Swamp
id114977
2
19
On the Developing Energy Crisis and Our Water Resources (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114978
2
20
On the Hydrology of the Southwest Florida Water Management District
id114979
2
21
On Water-Resource Conditions in the Vicinity of Pinellas County's Eldridge-Wilde Well Field (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114980
2
22
Peace River Double-Mass Curves (unfinished)
id114981
2
23
Physical, Sub-surface Role of Soils and Geology in Ecology
id114982
2
24
Piping
id114983
2
25
Piping and Pseudokarst in Drylands
id114945
3
Papers
id114984
3
1
Potentiometric Surface of Floridian Aquifer Map set
1928-1977
id114985
3
2
Procedures for Aquifer Tests
id114986
3
3
Public Facilities; Wastewater Management
id114987
3
4
Research and Advances in Ground-Water Resources Studies
1964-1974
id114988
3
5
Salt Water Encroachment in Southern Florida
id114989
3
6
Rules of the Department of Administration pertaiing to Developments of Regional Impact
id114990
3
7
Shallow Liquid-Waste Disposal in Central Oregon, Lava Terrane
id114991
3
8
Starkey Well Field Cotee and Anclote River Basins (Don R. Feaster)
id114992
3
9
Surface Impoundments and their Effects on Ground-Water Quality in the United States A National Assessment
id114993
3
10
Tampa Bay Region Water Study
id114994
3
11
Testimony at cross Florida barge canal hearing
September 24, 1976
id114995
3
12
The Green Swamp: Should it be in Public Ownership?
id114996
3
13
The Green Swamp: Should it be Saved?
id114997
3
14
The Hydrogeology and Problems of Peninsular Florida's Water Resources
id114998
3
15
The Metric System What is it and How Will it Affect Us When Adopted (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id114999
3
16
The Paradox of Florida's Water Supply
id115000
3
17
There is a Need for Academic Training of Hydrologists and Hydrogeologists
id115001
3
18
The Role of Artificial Recharge in Management of the Water Resources of Southwest Florida Water Management District (From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist)
id115551
3
19
The Water Crop and the Water Budget in the Southwest Florida Water Management District
id115002
3
20
Upper Tampa Bay Watershed Channel Investigations
id115003
3
21
U. S. Government Overseas Consulting
id115004
3
22
USGS Water Resource History Outline (Annotated) and Family Tree
1867-1946
id115005
3
23
Water and Water Problems in the Southwest Florida Water Management District and Some Possible Solutions
id115006
3
24
Water Management in the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Florida
id115007
3
25
Water, Water Everywhere nor any Drop to Drink
id115008
3
26
Yucatan Seminar on Management of Water Resources in Karst Terrance
id115009
4
Publications
id115010
4
1
Agricultural Research Service (U.S. Department of Agriculture): "Hydrology of Three Experimental Watersheds in Southern Florida"
November, 1969
id115011
4
2
Barker, Frank: "Terms in Nuclear Science"
id115012
4
3
Boykin, John: "Liquid Life: The Water Beneath Us"
id115013
4
4
Bromwell, Leslie G.: "Florida Phosphatic Clays Research Project"
id115014
4
5
Bureau of Geology: "Water Quality"
id115015
4
6
Division of State Planning
id115016
4
7
Ehrlich, G. G. et al.: "Chemical Changes in an INdustrial Waste Liquid During Post-Injection Movement in a Limestone Aquifer, Pensacola, Florida."
id115017
4
8
Environmental Information Center
id115018
4
9
Environmental Protection Agency
id115019
4
10
Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc.
id115020
4
11
Evaluation of Colorado Clays for Sealing Purposes
id115021
4
12
Florida Cooperative Extension Service (University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Science)
id115022
4
13
Geraghty and Miller Consulting Geologists
id115023
4
14
Ground Water Research Branch: "Publications list"
id115024
4
15
Hydroscope (Southwestern Florida Water Management District)
id115025
4
16
International Workshop on Biosaline Research
id115026
4
17
Iowa State College Engineering Report
id115027
4
18
Jacobeen, Frank; Kanes, William H.
id115028
4
19
Journal of the Hydraulics Division
id115029
4
20
Kenfield, Katherine: "Tackling Corrosion in Desalination"
1985
id115030
4
21
Marhsall, Author R. (Center for Urban Studies, University of Miami)
id115031
4
22
Metropolitan Dade County: "Pollution Control Ordinance"
id115032
4
23
Mineral Industry of Florida
1974-1975
id115033
4
24
P. E. Lamoreaux and Associates, Inc.
id115034
4
25
The Petroleum Engineer: "Engineered Hydraulic Fracture Treatments"
id115035
4
26
Piper, Author M.: "Ground-Water Geology and Hydrology"
id115036
4
27
"Pumping Stations: Conserving South Florida's Water"
id115037
4
28
Robinett, Mark and Strong, Tom: "An Introduction to Steamflow Measurement"
id115038
5
Publications
id115039
5
1
Steele, Harry A. (Water Resources Council)
id115040
5
2
Stewart, Joseph W. (U.S. Geological Survey): "Hydrologic Effects of Pumping a Deep Limestone Sink Near Tampa, Florida, U.S.A."
id115041
5
3
St. John, Marie: "The Woods were Tossing with Jewels"
id115042
5
4
Twachtmann, Dale: "Concepts for Ground-Water Regulatory District"
January 1974
id115043
5
5
Vistelius, A. B.: "Problems of Mathmatical Geology"
id115044
5
6
Voronin, Iu. A.: "The Mathematical-Logical Basis of Geological Classifications"
1963
id115045
5
7
Water Element Committee (Department of Administration, Division of State Planning)
id115046
5
8
Water Management District
id115047
5
9
"Water on Display: Exhibit Posters of Special Interest to the Water Resources Division"
id115048
5
10
Water Resources Division (U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey)
id115049
5
11
Wilson, William L. (University of Central Florida / Florida Sinkhole Research Institute)
id115050
5
12
Winkertorn, Hans, F.: "Water in Soil"
id115051
6
Correspondence / Associations
id115052
6
1
Correspondence
Undated, 1968-1970
id115053
6
2
Correspondence
1971
id115054
6
3
Correspondence
1972
id115055
6
4
Correspondence
1973
id115056
6
5
Correspondence
1974
id115057
6
6
Correspondence
1975-1983
id115058
6
7
Organizations- Southeastern Geological Society
id115059
6
8
Organizations- Florida Water Resources Research Center
id115060
6
9
Organizations- The Everglades Conference at Miami
id115061
6
10
Organizations- The Soil Science Society of Florida
id115062
6
11
Organizations- The Geological Society of America
id115063
6
12
Organizations- United States Geolgoical Survey
id115064
6
13
Organizations- Miami Geological Society
id115065
6
14
Organizations- American Society of Civil Engineers
id115066
6
15
Organizations- International Association of Hydrologists
id115067
7
Personal
id115068
7
1
Photos
id115069
7
2
Interview Notes and Transcript with Dr. Garald G. Parker, Interview by Kim Golombisky. Oral History Transcript No. 1, Southwest Florida Water Management District
December 5, 1997
id115070
7
3
Awards/Commendations
id115071
7
4
Resume
id115072
7
5
Affidavit and resume
id115073
7
6
Resumes of selected personnel of Geraghty and Miller
id115074
7
7
Solar Energy
1978-1980
id115075
7
8
Beth Parker, Graduation Recital
id115076
7
9
"Thank You" notes
id115077
7
10
Pollution and contamination clippings
id115078
7
11
Newspaper clippings
1964-1975
id115079
7
12
Newspaper clippings
1976
id115080
7
13
Newspaper clippings
1977
id115081
7
14
Newspaper clippings
1978
id115082
7
15
Newspaper clippings
1987
id115083
7
16
Phosphate Council news clippings
id115084
7
17
Phosphate Council news/other
id115085
8
Projects
id115086
8
1
No. 80010, Stan and Ellen Griffis
id115087
8
2
No. 80051, Boward Coalition of the Environment
id115088
8
3
No. 81011, Pasco County Water Advisory Council
id115089
8
4
No. 760301, Savignac v. Department of Transportation
id115090
8
5
No. 810610, Carter v. San-Cartier
id115091
8
6
No. 820306, Pasco Landfill, Shady Hills area
id115092
8
7
Nassau-Suffolk Water Problem
1976-1977
id115093
8
8
Nassau-Suffolk County EPA Task VII Type Study
id115094
8
9
EPA Project: Surface Impoundment
id115095
8
10
Northwest Manasota Basin Project Proposal
id115096
9
Projects
id115097
9
1
Alafia River Basin
November 16, 1972
id115098
9
2
Southwest Florida Water Management District
June 10, 1973
id115099
9
3
Consultants Billing Samples; Southwest Florida Water Management District contracts; Guyton Consultant Fees
January 5, 1973
id115100
9
4
Occidental Chemical Co., Hamilton and Columbia cos.
July 30, 1976
id115101
9
5
City of Lakeland, Florida
July 21, 1977
id115102
9
6
Brevard County Water Supply Study / Statement
1978
id115103
9
7
Green Swamp (Snow Martin)
1979
id115104
9
8
Deltona Corporation, Tampa Palms, Development order
1980
id115105
9
9
Hookers Prairie bidding specs for well construction
id115106
9
10
Hookers Prairie, Environmental Impact
id115107
9
11
Well construction plans
id115108
9
12
Outline of Water Resources Division
id115109
9
13
Oxy-Chem Project, N. Florida
1976
id115110
9
14
Status of O'Dell Records
1949-1970
id115111
9
15
Geraghty and Miller, Inc. Confidential
December 2, 1977; January 27, 1978; March 31, 1978
id115112
9
16
Geraghty and Miller Inc., Schedule of fees
April 1977
id115113
9
17
Geraghty and Miller, Minutes of the Project Managers meeting
August 14, 1978
id115114
10
Maps / Teaching Materials / Miscellaneous
id115115
10
1
Maps- Chloride concentrations in ground water, Everglades
id115116
10
2
Maps- Maps showing pumping drawdowns around N. W. Hillsborough
id115117
10
3
Maps- Maps and charts
February 24, 1982
id115118
10
4
Maps- Florida map
undated
id115119
10
5
Maps- Piping maps
id115120
10
6
Maps- Potentiometric
id115121
10
7
Maps- Mean annual precipitation, Florida
id115122
10
8
Maps- Tampa Bay Area well fields
id115123
10
9
Maps- U. S. Geological Survey
id115124
10
10
Maps- Water needs
id115125
10
11
Teaching- A Short Course in Plane Surveying (G. E. 21), syllabus and materials
Spring 1939
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Teaching- Correspondence / memos
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Teaching- Ground-water Geology II materials
Spring 1956
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Teaching- Ground-water Geology and Hydrology syllabus and course materials
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Teaching- Maps
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Teaching- Notes / Handouts
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Teaching- Notes packet: Mathematical models for selected hydrogeologic controls
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Miscellaneous- Bullfrog Creek Reservoir
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Miscellaneous- Lake Tarpon chlorides in mg/L
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Miscellaneous- Southwestern Florida Water Management Development
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U.S.A. v. Carter, San-Cartier, Turk: Depositions
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Timothy Turk
June 30, 1981
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Theo Carter
June 30, 1981
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George Smith
June 30, 1981
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Paul Larson
July 1, 1981
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John Michael
July 1, 1981
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Thomas Murray San-Cartier
July 1, 1981
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Coastal Petroleum
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No. 79030, P/R Double Mass Studies
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Deposition of Morton W. Bittinger
August 28, 1981
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Deposition of Ray B. Krone
October 6, 1981
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Deposition of Raul S. McQuivey
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Hardee DeSoto Potentiometric maps
May 1971; September 1971
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Southwest Florida Water Management District Potentiometric Maps in sets
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Water Levels in Artesian and Non-Artesian Aquifers of Florida
1973-1974
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Peace River, Fort Meade, Florida. Computation of gage heights and discharge (U. S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division)
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Peace River, Bartow, Florida. Computation of gage heights and discharge (U. S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division)
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Florida Aquifer well near Wauchula
1960-1971
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Transparencies
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Well descriptions and water level measurements
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Peace River at Bartow vs. Bartow Rainfall
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Peace River Basin Ground-Water Boundary, Polk County
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Miscellaneous support materials on the Florida Aquifer
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Lakeland materials
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Salt-H2O Encroachment
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Notebooks
item
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P.B.NO.4
November 24, 1965 March 5, 1980
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U. S. Geological Survey Level Book (19)
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Field Notes Book 79-01
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Field Notebook
March 16, 1979
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HD No. 3
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U. S. Department of the Interior, DI 6
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Geologic Investigations
1939-1943
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Gulf / Western Upper Glades Project,
Summer 1930
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Slides / Photos
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General Hydrology Branch Field Project Photographs, Volume I
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General Hydrology Branch Field Project Photographs, Volume II
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General Hydrology Branch Field Project Photographs, Volume III
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General Hydrology Branch Field Project Photographs, Volume IV
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General Hydrology Branch Field Project Photographs, Volume V
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[no title]
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Lecture Slides
1975-1976
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Southwestern Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD)
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Prehistoric Life Fossils
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Slides / Photos
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Special Slides Lectures
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South Florida and Glades, 1940- / PELA Project
1975-1976
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Slides (Florida College)