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Hydrogeology, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Hydrogeology integrates geology, hydrology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology, and engineering to understand the occurrence and movement of water in the complex subsurface environment.


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  • Aquaculture - This web site offers an introduction to the world of Florida aquaculture.
  • Coastal and Aquatic Managed Areas - Coastal and Aquatic Managed Areas (CAMA) manages 45 sites totaling nearly five million acres of submerged lands.
  • Coastal Management Program - The Florida Coastal Management Program is based on a network of agencies implementing 23 statutes that protect and enhance the state's natural, cultural and economic coastal resources.
  • Coral Reefs - Learn about Florida's many coral reefs.
  • Data and Maps - Download and print geology maps and data, arcview shapefiles and oil and gas data and maps.
  • Drinking Water - The Department of Environmental Protection has the primary role of regulating public water systems in Florida.
  • Environment News - Read the latest press releases and newsletters from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Environmental Protection, Department of - View environmental resources for citizens, educators, businesses, and government.
  • Fishing - Get information on freshwater and saltwater fishing from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  • Geologic History - Florida's geologic history begins deep beneath its surface where ancient rocks indicate that Florida was once a part of northwest Africa.
  • Geological Survey - The Florida Geological Survey (FGS) is the only agency in the State of Florida which collects, stores, interprets, maintains, and publishes geologic and hydrogeologic data from throughout the State.
  • Rocks and Minerals - Read about rocks and minerals commonly found in Florida.
  • Sinkholes - Learn about sinkholes, a common feature of Florida's landscape.
  • Wastewater - Read current wastewater treatment facilities reports.
  • Water Management Districts - The Department of Environmental Protection manages the quality and quantity of water through its relationship with the state's five water management districts and the adoption and implementation of The Florida Water Policy and The Florida Water Plan.
  • Water Resource Management - Water Resource Management Programs are responsible for protecting the quality of Florida drinking water as well as its rivers, lakes and wetlands, and for reclaiming lands after they have been mined for phosphate and other minerals.
 
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