Funding and/or support for this study were provided by the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program and Water Resources Division and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. We thank Erik L. Staub of the USGS in Tampa, Florida, for his assistance in data collection. This document was improved by the reviews of Mark Hansen (USGS) and Julie C. Bernier (ETI Professionals, Inc., contracted by the USGS) at the FISC - St. Petersburg, Florida.
The data archived here were collected as part of the USGS Lakes and Coastal Aquifers (LCA) Project. The main objectives were: 1) to determine if a geologic model of the Peace River could be constructed from geophysical data collected in a shallow riverine environment, and 2) to extend those findings to a study of the hydraulic connection between the Peace River basin and the underlying aquifer systems. For further information about this study refer to Lewelling and others (1998).
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Access_Constraints: None. These data are held in the public domain.
Use_Constraints:The USGS and Southwest Florida Water Management District request to be acknowledged as originators of the data in future products or derivative research.
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