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Saltwater Intrusion in Florida
Learn about saltwater intrusion in Florida through this five-part audio series of interviews with hydrologist Barclay Shoemaker. The following broadcasts are copyrighted by Kevin Pierce and were broadcast the week of July 16, 2007 on The Florida Environment. Permission to post on this site has been granted by the copyright owner.
Selected Resources & Bibliography
Shoemaker, B.W. 2004. Important observations and parameters for a salt water intrusion model. Ground Water. 42. 6:829-840. (PDF File, 448 Kb)
Shoemaker, W. Barclay and Edwards, K. Michelle, 2003, Potential for Saltwater Intrusion into the Lower Tamiami Aquifer near Bonita Springs, Southwestern Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4262, 74 p.
List of Florida-based USGS research looking at saltwater intrusion and changes in water-quality along coastal regions since 1990. Saltwater Intrusion Bibliography