Evaluation of the Water Supply Potential of the Floridian Aquifer in Seminole County, Florida

by Lee P. Wiseman, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, Orlando, United States,
Robert P. Schreiber, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, Orlando, United States,
Ricardo Diaz, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, Orlando, United States,
Charles J. Voss, Camp Dresser & McKee Inc, Orlando, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems

Abstract:

In Seminole County, Florida, a occurred in the 1980s and early 1990s due to a large influx of residents. This large increase in demand, when coupled with a limited groundwater supply, warranted the initiation of a preliminary water supply study. This paper presents the methodology and results of the preliminary water supply study and presents a discussion of Seminole County's efforts to further define and address the water supply problem.



Subject Headings: Aquifers | Water demand | Groundwater management | Salt water intrusion | Coupling | Groundwater supply | Florida | United States | North America

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